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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 5, 1931, Mason City, Iowa                                11 North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home C y p HARLOM E R HIS MFM ART oc P r or i ovA n s VOL XXXVII PTVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 5 1931 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NQ 173 Trade Union Thot Likely U S May Join South America in New Federation By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON June 5 CPA Latin America is in a frame mind with the least bit of en cburag c m ent from Washing ton for an econ o m i o hookup with this country that virtually would amount to a United States of the New World Indeed if given half a chance some of the southern repub lics evidently in tend to make the first overtures at the seventh PanAmerican confer ence to bo held in 1933 at Monte video Uruguay The program com mitte held a meeting here only a few days ago At this session the subject of an interAmerican cus toms agreement was mentioned as the one which of all others the Latins are perhaps moat anxious to discuss with their northern neigh bor If Washington shies away from the suggestion of course it will not go into the agenda but there is no question that the southern govern ments representatives will urge it as strongly as they can THE IDEA of a PanAmerican A customs union originally I be lieve was brot to the United States by Col Orestes Ferrara when he Turn In PaRe 8 Column TWO ROAD BOND ISSUES BEATEN Butler in Re Decide Issue By THEASSOCIATED PRESS With road bond issues totaling l21000p defeated in Marshall and Butler counties within the last two days Jones county voters Friday considered the merits of a 5500000 issue for their county to be voted on next Wednesday Marshall county voters Thursday defeated a proposal to issue 560000 in bonds for paving primary roaJ No 14 north and south across the county 4501 to 3368 The proposal carried decisively in the1 cityif Marshalltown but was defeated al most 10 to 1 in the rural precincts Sutler countys issue failed to gain the required 60 per cent majority of votes to make it effective when returns Wednesday gave 1681 for and 1377 against the measure TOSSES BOMB OFF PORCH Attempt Made to Blow Up Home of Minneapolis ExMayor MINNEAPOLIS June 5 An unsuccessful attempt was made last night to bomb the home of George B Leach former mayor and a candidate for that office in next Mondays election The bomb was discovered on the porch of the Leach home by Mrs Leach who tossed it Into a vacant lot just before it exploded Mrs Leach was slightly burned on one finger She found the missile when she went to investigate a thud on the porch Mr Leach was not at home at the time AUNT HET By Robert Quillen If bendin exercises reduce the waist plckin up after Pa would o made me look like a wasp years ago INDICT CAPONE AIDES ARRESTED DOX Arrives on Mainland of Brazil COMPLETES HER LONG TRIP OVER ATLANTIC OCEAN Ship to Be Overhauled Before Flying to Visit Rio NATAL Brazil June 5 seaplane DOX arrived here at p m today p m C S completing her transAtlantic voyage from Altenrhein Switzer land The seaplane took off from Fernando Noronha at p m a m C S T It had re fueled there after the flight yester day from the Cape Verde islands The last lap of the ambitious flight took her across the South Atlantic from Porto Praia Cape Verde islands a stretch 1429 miles in 12 hours and 26 minutes Commander Christiansen expects to stay here for several days while the plane is overhauled Then he will fly down to Rio de Janeiro nearly 1000 miles to the south without stoppingat Pernambupco as he originally intended Her passengers ana crew were en thusiastic over the flight saying the 12 500 horsepower motors func tioned perfectly as the great flying boats hummed along under the southern cross on the resumption of her long delayed trip from Europe to the new world Doctors to Decide 7 WhetKerTallTVlay Serve Prison Term WASHINGTON June 4 Chief Justice Wheat of the District of Columbia supreme court said to day he would name two El Paso Texas physicians to examine Albert B Fall to determine whether his physical condition will permit his coming to Washington to begin his prison term of a year DRYS FORM NEW CAMPAIGN BODY Allied Forces Will Insist on Dry Candidates in 1932 Election WASHINGTON June 5 demand for dry candidates and enforcement planks is to be pre sented to the democratic and repub lican national conventions next year by the Allied Forces for Prohibition Dr Daniel A Poling of New York chairman announced that the new organizations ultimate goal was to retain the eighteenth amend ment and its immediate objective to procure dry commitments in the po liticalconventions Plan Big Drives The organization plans to open its campaign in Columbus Ohio Sept 8 and to carry on three day drives in major cities for several weeks Poling said Senator Shep pard democrat Texas coauthor of the eighteenth amendment and Senator Borah of Idaho republican would be two of the prominent speakers to carry the prohibition campaign to the people The chairman said his organiza tion expected to have more than a million pledged votes to submit with their demands for dry candidates After the conventions he said the forces would be reorganized for the presidential campaign Not Reformers Mrs Rushmore Patterson of New York and Washington named yes terday by Poling as chairman of the womens branch said in a state ment she believed the eighteenth amendment should have a better op portunity to prove its value Allied women she said were not reform era but just commonsense per sons of the feminine gender throw ing their support to a law in which they have faith Returning to Washington after a tour of the west Prohibition Direc or Woodcock reported enforcement conditions encouraging After a fortnight here he plans to tour the southern states No Casualties Reported in Serbian Earthquake CHEVEGHELI South Serbia June 5 severe earthshock was felt here today causing consid erable damage but no known cas ualties AFTER 38 YEARS Associated PiessPhat When Charles Johnson 66 was shipwrecked off Japan three months ago he pledged that if saved ho would serve out a twoyear term at Lin coln Ncbr penitentiary whence he escaped in 1893 Hes back TO START AFTER BABYS BIRTHDAY Mrs Lindbergh to Relieve Colonel at Controls NEW YORK June E time after June 22 the first birth day of Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr his parents will leave him at Englewood N J with his grand parents Senator and Mrs Dwight W Morrow and fly over the Pa cific ocean for a vacation Preparations for the flight are being rushed AL the North Beach airport queens mechanics are fit ting the colonels Lockheed plane with pontoons for use in the journey Mrs Lindbergh Is getting more ex perience In the air While details are unsettled the Pacific flight probably will be made from the Alaskan coast over the Aleutian Islands across the 600 mile stretch of ocean and over the tip of Kamchatka along the Kurile Islands to Japan Northern Route Considered This is the same route the army roundtheworld flyers took Anoth er possibility is a more northern route which would only necessitate flying over a 56 mile stretch of wa ter at Bering strait Mrs Lindbergh the former Ann Morrow would be at the controls with her husband relieving him of the full strain of such a flight The plane they will use Is the same one she helped pilot in the 14 hour flight from California to New York last year Possibly the Lindberghs will greel another flyer while over the Pacific Selji Yoshihara known in his own land as the Japanese Lindbergh plans to fly to the United States along the same routes the colonel may take Time Undecided Colonel Lindbergh told the As sociated Press today that he would have to give the matter consider able study before he decided on the exact time and route on his flight with Mrr Lindbergh to the orient this summer We are planning to go and have applied to the state department for passports he said but I cant say anything as to just when because I dont know The primary purpose of the trip which will carry the Colonel and Mrs Lindbergh over the Pacific is to see the orient he said Men Who Broke Out of Jail in Nebraska in Custody Once More SIOUX CITY June 5 Cherpinsky 26 and Edward Dutch Peterson 34 both of Sioux City who escaped from the Jail at Madison Nebr early Thursday were captured last night near Ne Ugh Nebr Cherpinsky and Peterson who were held in Jail at Madison in con nection with the robbery of the Granada theater at Norfolk Nebr escaped by digging their way thru an eight inch brick wall The men were returned to the Madison jail HINES FRIENDLY TO LAKE AS SITE OF VET HOSPITAL Hall Interviews Members of Federal Board on Hospitalization By W EARL HALL WASHINGTON June In terview late yesterday afternoon with Major Gen Frank T Mines de veloped several interesting facts with regard to the process of se lecting a site for the projected 51 275000 veterans hospital in Iowa but it threw no beam of light on Clear Lakes chances being the favored location In generalit may be said that the situation is essentially the same ns last week when C A Knutson and C 13 Wells were in Washington in the interest of Clear Lakes bid for the hospital Col John J Phelan in spector for the veterans bureau is still working on his report and an interview with him was planned for today as well as with several mem bers of the federal hospitallzation board who under General Hinea will cast the final vote Colonel PheJans report will have the effect of reducing the field of bidders from about 20 to three or even to one Then a subcommittee probably headed by Hines will go to Iowa for a final inspection Not until then can the aelec t ion be announced Indorsed by Legion Hineywaa In ahappj mood when Maj A D Hiller led me Into his spacious office in the de partment of the interior building not far from the white house In a humorous manner he avowed that the descriptions of Clear Lakes ad vantages already provided by its earlier spokesmen could scarcely be made more alluring therefore turned my attention to the service mens viewpoint having brot with me documents which evidenced an indorsement of the Clear Lake site by almost 200 Legion posts of Iowa This showing was acknowledged by both the veterans bureau adminis trator and by his assistant to bo a thing well wish to take into con sideration in weighing the merits of the several sites General Hines repeated what he assured Mr Knutson and Mr Wells the announcement of the hospitalization board that the site Turn to S Colnmn BAPTISTS STUDY MONEY AFFAIRS Rockefeller Gift Met With Enthusiasm by Delegates KANSAS CITY June 5 nouncement of a 5400000 gift by John D Rockefeller Jr was met with enthusiasm today as delegates to the northern Baptist convention began consideration of their finan cial problems Notice of the gift which is appli cable to the current operating bud get without conditions of restric tions was contained In a telegram received by convention officers last night Dr W H Bowler executive sec retary in announcing the benefac tion characterized the donor aa n man who gave generously without trying to Impose his will In respect to the manner in which his gifts were to be used The 193132 budget has been au thorized at 55100000 San Francisco was chosen for the 1932 convention Bruening and Curtius Greeted in London by MacDonald Henderson LONDON May 5 Bruening of Germany and foreign Minister Julius Curtius arrived here from Southampton this afternoon and were met at the station by Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald and Arthur Henderson the foreign secretary After an exchange of greetings the visitors were taken to the hotel where they will live while in Lon don Lincoln Seen as Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Analysis of Civil War President Read by Scientist TORONTO June 5 Lincoln was anaryzed as a schizoid maniac Dr Jekyl and Mr Hyde who had his baser na ture under rigid the Am erican psychiatric association meet ing today The analysis was read by Dr A A Brill a psychoanalyst of New I York City When an abstract of Dr Brills speech appeared in the program of the association last month it brot a bitter protest from Dr Edward E Hicks prominent Brooklyn psy chiatrist who described the illu sions to Lincoln as Insulting Dr Hicks entered a formal protest against the speech with officers of the association Describes Split Tendency Schizoid is a word of Greek deri vation meaning to split and the ex pression applied to Lincoln does not mean insanity Dr Brill found the trace of dual personality In a reputed tendency to tell offcolur anecdotes which bubbled up as part of Lincolns humor The split personality source was traced to his conflicting inheritances from his mother and father two natures that never became fused in him Dr Brill ranked Lincoln as a wit with Mark Twain Uncle Remus and other great American humorists He confined his study to the emotional side of the emancipator Whatis Lin coins stories Dr Brill his owii and those he priated from others is the fact that many if not most are of an aggres sive or algolagnic nature treating of pain suffering and death and that a great many of them were so frankly sexual as to be classed as obscene Most of his biographers speak of the latter but are at a loss to explain why Lincoln resorted to this form of wit Was Quite Human Thus Beveridge remarked that he had faults extremely human such as his love of a certain type of anecdote a taste which he overcame and the expression of which as will appear was so marked a feature of his manhood and so shocking to the eminent men among whom he did his historic work Dr Brill named as other authori ties for the anecdotes Carl Sand burg quoting Henry Villard and Dr Hollands Abraham Lincoln Looking at this behavior with present day eyes Dr Brill said I cannot be shocked by any of Lin colns stories that I heard or read To be sure he called a spade a spade and having been brot up In the back woods of pioneer days he did not possess the Inhibiting influ ences of a New England environ ment Adds Further Refutation NEW YORK June 5 Edward E Hicks Brooklyn psychi atrist who protested against the speech of Dr A A Brill psycho analyst at Toronto today has added further refutation to Dr Brills statements that some of Abraham Lincolns humor was off color The Lincoln anecdotes Dr Hicks said today were farm folklore fa miliar in Greek plays in 500 B C and are still being told in rural America Dr Hicks after reading an ab stract of Dr Brills speech which among other things stated that Lincoln was a chissoid manic per sonality whose baser nature was under rigid control had previously asked that the speech be stricken from the program Subsequent discussion of the mat ter according to Dr Hicks brot similar protests from all parts of the country Dr Hicks charged Dr Brills statements were in sulting Radio Commission Refuses to Renew Muscatine License WASHINGTON June 5 federal radio commission today re fused to renew the license of sta tion KTNT operated by Norman Baker at Town The commission held that Baker continually and erratically over the air rides a personal hobby hi cancer cure Ideas and his likes and dislikes of certain persons and things The station must go off the air at midnisrht tonioht NAUTILUS DIVES THRU SEA ON ITS VOYAGE TO POLE Will Stop at London on Way to Test Out New Method DOSTON June 5 Hubert Wilkins submarine Nautilus bound for England on the first lap of a trip to the north pole today reported her position to the coast guard aa 50 miles east of Cape Cod light at 8 a m The craft was mak ing seven knots in a smooth sea with good weather overhead The coast guard cutter Ponchartrain was accompanying the Nautilus as far as the Grand Banks The submarine will test the feasi bility of reaching the polo under Arctic ice In speed tests yesterday the sub marine proved itself efficient at 11 knots which will take her to Lon don in 20 days From England Sir Hubert plans to go to Spitzbergcn Norway where the voyage thru and under the polar ice will start The route will take the Nautilus across the polfl to Alaska Before starting Sir Hubert said he hoped to be at the pole in time to keep a rendexvous with the Ger man dirigible Graf Zeppelin which also plans a polar trip this summer HOPEOF FARMER ONea Says Agriculture Now Gets Only 17 Per Cent of National Income WATERLOO June 5 ers must look to organization to procure for them a greater share the national income President Edward ONeal of the American Farm Bureau federation told a large audience here today Agriculture now receives only 17 per cent of the national Income ONeal said while industry and labor the other two economic forces receive the other 83 per cent Farmers rate 73 per cent in pro duction but only 40 per cent in pur chasing power and 33 13 per cent in marketing he said The agriculture marketing act and the federal farm board have helped the farmers as no other leg islation has he asserted It is tiic same type of work that is being done for industry and labor and will be helpful in the long run ONeal said he had noted the re sults of hard times in Iowa as well as In other states but that he be lieved the depression would soon pass With favorable conditions he said the farm states this year would produce a good crop at less cost Fairfieid Will Direct Summer Playgrounds FAIRFIELD June 5 vised playgrounds will be main tained at four grade schools here during June and July W G Pence schools superintendent has announ ced KILL HOLLYWOOD Cal June We used to always be talking and slo ganing about back to normalcy Well thats right where we are now and where we are going to stay so we might just as well get used to it Its taught us one important fact that we havent got as many big men an we thot we had We used to think every head of a big organi zation was a big man and he was as long as everything was running In spite of him but when 6e man get back to earth hit us in the jaw why we didnt have an industry that shrunk like the big man in dustry did Big men are just like stocks Now they are selling at just what they are wnrth no more Yours A I Charged With Income Tax Evasion Gang King Expected to Surrender Soon to Give Bond CHICAGO June 5 Capone the scarfaced leader oi Chicago gangdom was indicted by a federal grand jury today for vio lating the income tax Inws The governments claim based on an investigation that lasted two years was that Capona owed 8G4 on a gross income of for the years 1924 to 1920 inclusive Bond Blade 550000 The indictment was returned be fore Federal Judge John P Branca and bond was set at 550000It was reported that Capone might surren der either late today or tomorrow to give bond One indictment containing 22 counts charges income tax viola tions covering the years 1925 to 1029 inclusive and places the gang sters income for those years at and the amount due the government Another in dictment covering only the year 3224 brot the total income to and the total tax to 521508048 VcaU of Campaign The indictment was the high point in the campaign of United States District Attorney E Q John son against gang leaders and poli ticians Other leaders of the Capone li quorvice gambling syndicate have been indicted and some of them convicted and sentenced on similar charges Capone Is already under sentence on one federal months for contempt of court Tho gang leader is at liberty under bond pend ing an appeal MIDWEST ALKY SYNDICATETHOT BROKEN IN RAIDS Alleged Ring Members Held at Aurora and Waterloo HICAGO June 5 authorities announced today hat with 20 men under arrest they lad broken up that part of the Capone syndicate which handles alcohol thruout the middleweat Assistant States Attorney Daniel Anderson said simultaneous raids y federal agents last night at Au ora 111 and Waterloo Iowa brot he total number of alleged mcm jers of the ring under arrest to 20 The outfit had a combined output of from 10000 to 15000 gallons of alcohol a week he said which was old in Illinois Iowa Nebraska Minnesota and South Dakota Hunt Clinton Man Those arrested last night Ander on said included Dave Meyers of Aurora and three brothers Richard Russell and Frank Price who had charge of operations at Waterloo He said other leaders of the syndi cate some of whom are not yet un der arrest were Mike Blumberg known as the Al Capone of Clin Iowa and three brothers Paul jabiiel and Tony Conquiua alcohol recooklng experts The syndicate Anderson said had joasted that the highways were greased from Chicago to the Mississippi river and had pur chased a fleet of high powered trucks and automobiles with all modern equipment including radios Many ofthe prisonersare b9iid penfUngV submission 61 y ihe grandjury 3a Markets at A Glance NEW YOIIK rails maintain vigorous upward trend rails and foreigns advance briskly realizing checks ad vance steady Foreign Span ish pesta makes further gain lower cables and favorable weather firmer snot mar ket Brazilian sup port CHICAGO bullish Canadian advices steady predictions beneficial rains to lower VATICAN REJECTS OLIN OFFER Premier Agrees to Permit Catholic Womens Clubs to Reopen ROME June 5 Mus solini made a gesture of conciliation in the controversy between his gov ernment and the church today of fering to permit reopening of Cath olic clubs for women and girls The Vatican refused however replying in effect that all or none of the Catholic clubs recently dissolved must be restored to good standing Mrs Stillman Gets Divorce and Marries Grandson of John D NEW YORK June 5 Brooklyn Eagle says today that Mrs Anne U Stillman yesterday obtained a divorce from James A Stillman and was then married to Fowler McCormick Chicago grand son of John D Rockefeller Alleged Shortage in Monroe Treasury Is Announced by Auditor DES MOINES June 5 Auditor J W Long said Thursday that an alleged shortage of had been discovered in the accounts of Deputy Treasurer R E Smith o Monroe county Arrested at Waterloo WATERLOO June 5 Price 34 and J H Fisher 26 were arrested here last night on Ifquor charges after federal prohibition officers said they seized 75 gallons of alcohol in the mens automobile Federal Agent W E Bennett of Chicago who made the arrests said the action was part of a cleanup of an interstate liquor ring Price and Fisher were held to the federal grand jury by Commis sioner J E Dempster Fisher under 5000 bonds and Price under NAVYlXTON S LIST Secretary Adams and Offi cials to Spend WeekEnd at Rapidan Camp WASHINGTON June H President Hoover will discuss the possibility of curtailing expenses oC the naval establishment with Sec retary Adams and other naval offi cials tomorrow at his Rapidan camp Secretary Adams Is prepared to inform the chief executive a saving of about was brot about this fiscal ycnr due to conferences last summer at the Virginia camp He Is expected to assure the chief executive a similar amount prob ably would be returned to the treas ury next year The reductions are not expected by naval officials to impair departmental efficiency Jfie IOWA WEATHER Cloudy Friday night rnln prnlmhln In the south portion wJightly cooler In the extreme east portion Saturday becom ing fair i LOCAL STATISTICS Local weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Friday Maximum Thursday 82 Lowest in Night 5t At 8 A M Friday 67 Mason City got another trace of rain early Friday morning Tho wind was still in the northeast keeping up hope that moisture la greater volume was forthcoming   

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