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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 8, 1931, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XXXVII FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON PTTY TOW A MONDAV TTTNTT S 1 QQ1 IVIASrnN lALU 1UYVA IViUlNIJAI JUiNUi UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NQ 175 Taxation to Be Big Issue Republicans Try to Stave Off Any Increases By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON June 8 Taxation will be the big legisla tive issue in con gress next win ter Presidential politics will be the really essen tial issue nut it will not exactly be legislative al tho it certainly will effect legis lation Taxation will predominate leg islatively be cause there will have to be more of it and the question will arise very urgently Upon whom shall all or most of the additional burden fall Interests will clash in the ans wering of this query Philosophies of government will clash also as likewise will economic theories DUSINESS may improve between O now and Dec 7 when the na tions lawmakers are due to assem ble for their next session Admin istration spokesmen say it already is improving more than merely sea sonably they think the worst of the depression is over Even so nevertheless will have to be increased Uncle Sams treasury is in the red more than a billion dollars now A year hence according to not es pecially pessimistic calculations it Turn io InRC 1C Column 3 SENATE HELP Wickersham Body WASHINGTON June 8 political influence brat by the sen ate in the appointment of federal district attorneys was termed a serious menace to the enforcement of law in the third report of the national law enforcement commis sion The report was submitted to President Hoover and made public last night thru the white house It urged the elimination of political considerations in the selection and appointment of district attorneys The great powers of the district attorney under the continual exten sions of federal jurisdiction in the present century the report said are giving increasing political im portance to the office Treatment of it as a reward for political ac tivity is a serious menace to en forcement of law Has Had Effect The report declared the claim of the senate not merely to exercise a collective power of rejecting unfit nominations but to dictate appoint ments as the patronage of senators of the state in which the district lies has often had a bad effect upon the personnel and conduct of the office In states where the senators are in opposition to the administration the commission said it happens too often that political organizations insist on treating the office as po litical patronage and1 thus deprive the president of the information and support he should have in order to make suitable appointments The commission said that federal state and local prosecutors were more responsible for the increase of crime than the failure of juries to convict Crowded dockets it said resulted in prosecuting attorneys dismissing charges thru the power Tnm to rase 2 Column I AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Jim thinks its love that makes him not want his wife to work but its just because hes ashamed to have her makin more than he can DEPUTY SHERIFF KILLS STUDENTS Conference on Reparations Likely Possibility GERMAN DEBTS ISSUE WILL BE TAKEN UP AGAIN Stimson and Mellon to Visit This Summer T ONDON June 8 JF The possi JJ biJity of a world conference to re open completely me prowem of war reparations loomed today in the wake of the weelcend conference between the heads of the British and German governments London newspapers today linked forthcoming visits to Europe of Sec retary of State Henry L Stimson and Andrew W Mellon secretary of the treasury with a promise made at the conference to collaborate with other governments Economic Troubles Discussed A spokesman for the conversa tions at Chequers country home of Prime Minister MacDonald said that the world field of economic and political troubles was discussed particularly as affected by the Young plan and other factors Mac Donald and Foreign Secretary Ar thur Henderson participated in the conversations for Great Britain and Chancellor Heinrlch Bruening and Foreign Minister Julius Curtius for Germany We feel that the tall has been started rolling on the wholi inter national recoriomic question xwpe j jio i riitb Naturally England and Ger many alone cannot solve tte prob lem But it is important that par ties to the chequers conference went on record before the whole world in urging international cooperation and in promising each other to col laborate closely with the other gov ernments concerned Isvlssued A communique issued by the for eign office said Both parties were agreed that in addition to efforts and measures of a national character a revival of confidence and of prosperity de pended upon international cooper ation In this spirit both govern ments will endeavor to deal with the present crisis in close collabor ation with the other governments of the world Chancellor Bruening was under stood to have asked the British statesmens assistance in feeling out Germanys creditor nations particularly the United States on a possibility of deferring repara tions payments regulated by the postponable clauses of the Young plan Mr MacDonald was said to have informed him that Great Bri tain could not take the initiative in this respect France Thot Friendly PARIS June 8 Official comment on the AngloGerman con ferences at Chequers xvas lacking today In some wellinformed quarters it was said however that France probably would be willing to scale down the reparations due her under the Young plan if the other nations decided to do likewise It was con sidered improbable however that France would initiate such a move ment IMMIGRANT GIRL IS FOUND SLAIN Maid Found Slugged on Head and With Rat Tail File in Her Heart CHICAGO June 8 Kulzer 20 an immigrant girl work ing as a maid in the family of Louis D Smith a manufacturers representative was found slain in the basement of an exclusive apart ment building today The attractive young woman had been slugged on the head A rat tail file had been stuck into her heart Her body was found by a maid of another family in the build ing Miss Kulzer had gone there early today to prepare clothes for washing She came here from Germany two years ago Chief of Detectives John Norton and his homicide squad sought a motive for the killing Police looked tor a former sweetheart from whom the girl separated a month ago Many letters from admirers were ound in Miss Kulzers room and detectives have begun a roundup of men who wrote them CAPONE SURRENDERS TO U S AssociatcdPicssPbolo Scarfaco Al Capone Chicago public enemy No 1 is shown cen ter as ho posted bond In Chicago after ills indictment on charges tax fraud and evasion from 1924 to 1929 The gov ernment charges he owes 5215030 in taxes Hunt for Capone Holdings Federal Agents to Civil Liens on His Property CHICAGO June 8 gov ernment was on a treasure hunt to day with Alphonse Capones re putedly vast resources as the object of the search The location of the notorious gang leaders property holdings was sought by federal authorities as a preliminary move to the filing of civil liens to insure collection of the the government alleges Ca pone owes as income tax Capone was indicted last Friday for alleged evasion of the income tax He subsequently surrendered and was released on a bond Owns Huge Ranch In addition to his Chicago and Miami Beach Fla real estate hold ings he is reputed to own a huge ranch between Los Angeles and San Diego Cal and property near Eagle River Wis The announcement of the latest government blow aimed at the gang chief was made by Robert E Neely acting collector of internal revenue who said the lien actions would be started next week in the various revenue districts where Capone property could be found He added that the action would cover safe deposit boxes and other personal property EarJy Trial Promised An early trial on the income tax violation charge was promised by the prosecutors on the indictment which alleged Capones income be tween 1924 and 1928 was at ieast 51038654 They said the case would be disposed of by the end of the summer The Chicago Tribune said there was an expectation in the office of United States District Attorney George E Q Johnson that Capone would tender the government 083 in the hope of mitigating his sentence He is already under a six months sentence for falling to answer a grand jury summons in 1929 during an income inquiry but has appealed Restraining Order Issued MIAMI Fla Juno 8 tem porary restraining order prohibiting deputy sheriffs from further remov al of household furnishings from Al Capones Palm Island residence here was issued today by Circuit Judge W L Freeland The order was obtained by Frank Hark Jr Miami attorney who said 10 represented Mrs Capone Deputy sheriffs placed the house jnder attachment and removed a tortion of its furnishings Saturday night following the filing of a suit against Capone byVincent C Gib In Miami attorney Tho officers had said they would remove more urniture today Giblin seeks which he laimcd is a balance due him as at orney fees SUSPENDS ROME BUILDING Stops Spending of Million by Church as Answer to Mussolini ROME June 8 suspen sion of church construction thruout Italy was understood today to be the Vaticans latest countermove in the controversy with Premier Mus solini The expenditure of many millions in the erection of nearly 2000 build ings in Vatican City and other dis tricts was said to have ceased on orders from Pope Pius Construction already underway win be complet ed but possibly in abbreviated form This move was considered signi ficent inasmuch as the building of new religious edifices is known to be close to the pontiffs heart He recently discussed his program with Cardinal Mundelein of Chicago teil ing him that building was one of the best remedies for unemployment in the Catholic world On the other Hand the Vatican has announced that the reorganiza tion of Catholic youth clubs the closing of which was the root of the disaffection is going forward in the form of congregations While their locations were withheld it was learned that they were being formed in strict adherence to fascist law and would be more closely related to the church than the former groups TAKE VOLUNTARY SLICE IN WAGES Employes of Steel Company Will Help Tide It Thru Receivership MANSFIELD Ohio June S Sixteen hundred employes of the Mansfield plant of the Empire Steel company have voluntarily cut their wages 5 per cent to help tide the company thru its receivership Not long before the company went into receivership last week the same employes struck when a 5 per cent and later a 10 per cent reduction was announced The strike was set tled when the firm rescinded the wage cut The voluntary reduction was voted unanimously yesterday and without company officials being iware of the move It will be effec tive three months Carl Henkrl president and receiver said we will Lry to show the men that we appre ciate such an attitude HINES MAY TAKE LAST SQUINT AT PROPOSED SITES Veterans Chief Plans Trip to Iowa for Inspection By W EARL HALL FINAL choice of a site for the million dollar hospital to be built in Iowa next year by the United States Veterans Bureau may be decided by Major Gen Frank T Hines director of veterans affairs after a visit to Iowa Such a probability was indicated Saturday forenoon by the general in a conference with newspapermen at his office in the department of interior building at Washington D C There was an inference in his an nouncement that he had talked at least informally with Col John J Phelan the bureaus site inspector who last month visited j 42 Iowa communities and is preparing a formal report on the 142 sites of fered for consideration It Sounds KeaHonable In Florida Mississippi Kansas and other states the recommenda tion of the inspector has been ac cepted but because of an admittec complexity of problems and an un usual abundance favorable of feringslt appears entirely plaus ible that the finalseleotlQppfth one favored site from a field o four dl five listed as outstanding by Colonel Phelan will be made by the high chief of all veterans af fairs Referring to the Iowa situation General Hinesspoke as follows to Radford Mobley the GlobeGazettes Washington staff correspondent Because of the several months controversy concerning selection of the site in Iowa I have consented to make an Inspection tour and choose its location Iowa Stands Apart Commenting on the interview Mr Mobley in his report to the GlobeGazette writes General Hines pointed out that Iowa enjoys a peculiar position New and unusual factors are in volved in determining the best lo cation Hundreds of points in the state would fulfill the usual re quirements of accessibility to rail roads and highways sanitation and so forth But another and very important factor is involved that of locating the institution where it will carry the largest load of vet erans needing hospitalizatlon with least travel to and from their homes It is for this reason General Hines explained the board has de cided that final selection should be Turn tcj PofiO II Column fl ELECTION HELD IN MINNEAPOLIS Marks End of Bitter Fight for Mayoralty by Leach and Anderson MINNEAPOLIS June 8 Ending one of the bitterest political campaigns in the citys history Min neapolis voters today elected a mayor alderman and other city of ficials The mayoralty was between George E Leach who las held that office four terms and William A Anderson who was backed by labor organizations During the campaign Leach ac cused Anderson of being a radical and supporter of A C Townley founder of the nonpartisan league Anderson in retaliation charged hat Leachs previous eight years mayor had contributed nothing o the progress of the city and hat Leach was aligned with In terests antagonistic to the welfare of Minneapolis Delegates From Iowa Dailies at Conference DTJBUQUE June 8 ates from every dally newspaper n Iowa and many from surround ng states were here today attend ng the fifth annual conference of ovva daily newspaper composing executives Two Mergers of Big Banks in Windy City Consolidations Give Chicago 3 Big In stitutions CHICAGO June 8 of the most important bank mergers in the history of Chicago were ef fected early today when the First National bank and the First Union Trust Savings bank its affiliate absorbed the ForemanState Na tional bank and the ForemanState Trust Savings bank and a con solidation was arranged between the Central Trust company of Illi noise and the National bank of the Republic The mergers provide the city with three large banking institutions Thru acquisition of the Foreman banks the First National becomes an institution with total resources of approximately mak ing it a close second to the Conti nental Illinois Bank and Trust com pany which has been called the largest bank in the country under cne roll Total resources of the Con tinental on March 25 the date of the last bank cal were S1122 942654 Third Largest Unll The CentralTrust National Bank of the Republic merger will result in a bank with total resources of more than the third largest banking unit in Chicago by a comfortable margin Deposits of the First National Foreman banks total 5730615000 of which the First National and Union Trust contribute anc Foreman Jnstitutions 242000 Deposits of the Central TrustNational Republic aggregate the Central Trust hav ing and the National Republic Absorption of the Foreman banks by the First National group was accompanied by an indemnity fund of guaranteeing the First National against loss up to that amount in the orderly liquida tion of the noilliquid assets of the banks Sum Guaranteed Directors and leading stockhold ers guaranteed of this sum and members of the Chicago Clearing House association were called upon to stand by to the ex tent of 510000000 In return for this guarantee the First National agrees to pay a fee of three per cent for savings de posits of the ForemanState Trust and Sayings bank which are re tained as a result of the consolida tion and one per cent on commer cial deposits of the ForemanState National bank The mergers were effected after almost 36 hours of continuous con ference BEVERLY HILLS Cal June 8 all that was in the papers his morning was about debts Every nation and every individual their principal worry is debt What would be the matter with his for relieving practically every bodys depression by just calling all debts off There cant be over a dozen men in the world that are wed more than they owe so you ouldnt be hurtin very many and besides if you do give them some worry thats what they had every body else doing for years Its not supply and demand Its old man interest thats got he world by the ears This would ive great temporary relief to 00 er cent and wouldnt hurt the others long for they would soon have it back again I make it a motion do I hear a second Tours Markets at A Glance NEW YOKK popular indus rlals pull up weak rails Bonds Irregular induslrials irm pivotal shares up 1 to 3 points Foreign exchanges Irregular Sterling sags better trade de mand steady spot mar ket European sup port CHICAGO good rains Amer ca northwest steady bearish owa reports American Negro Gold Star Mother Places Wreath Upon Tomb PARIS June 8 Aman la Mitchell 70 year old Negro Gold Star mother today placed a wreath n the tomb of the unknown soldier n behalf of the delegation which he represents This afternoon she nd others of her party had tea vith J Theodore Marrincr repre eutlng Ambassador Edge and Gen ral Gouraud who commanded Am rican Negro units in the World ffRT Other parties of Gold Star moth rs today visited tbc colonial cx osltion STANSGARMAN KILLED IN CRASH Five Seriously Injured ant Eight Others Hurt Over WeekEnd in Iowa By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS One man was fatally injured fivi received serious injuries and eigh others were injured less seriously in accidents in Iowa over the week end William Henderson of St Ansgai received fatal injuries in a crasl in which five cars figured on the Lincoln highway east of Nevada Saturday night Hendersons car skidded on the wet pavement and went into the ditch He climbed out and hailed an approaching truck Oscar Larsen of Marshalltown truck driver stoppec and Henderson climbed on the run ning board as another car coming fromthe other direction stopped tc offer assistance Thrown to Pavement Then a car driven by Casey Jones of Marshalltown which had been following the truck crashed head long into its rear throwing Hen derson to the pavement and frac turing his skull Larsen receiving a broken leg and a scalp wound As occupants of the other cars were removing the wounded men a fifth car crashed into the wreckage of the truck and Jones car carom ing into the parked car on the other side of the road Has Broken Back Phillip Gartner 25 son of Mr and Mrs Chris Gartner of Stacy ville suffered a broken back when the car in which he was riding struck loose gravel two miles cast of Mclntire Sunday night and was damaged Others in the car were not seriously hurt Gartner was rushed to Rochester for treatment Turn to 1ncft Column 2 WOMAN INJURED IN ASSAULT HERE Man Held by Police for In vestigation No Charges Filed Paul Brown 26 years old 654 Eighth street northeast a salesman is held for investigation by police in connection with an alleged assault upon Mrs Bill Whitson 010 Delaware avenue northeast which occurred Sunday night according to police records No charges had been filed Monday morning Mrs Whitson is at Park hospital wnere physicians say her condition is Improved but still serious She was injured by an iron instrument used after the as sault physicians said Mrs Whitson was brot to the po lice station by three boys in a car who heard her screams at the place Brown parked his car southeast of the city Later she was taken to Park hospital The woman was forced into the car by threats according to the story she told physicians She was walking home and was picked up north of the Hanford hotel sho said Brown was arrested at his home after police looked up numbers on I his car as taken by tho three boys j MEXICAN BOYS TAKEN FOR BAD MEN BY OFFICER ousins of President of Mexico on Way Home From College BULLETIN ARDMORE OUla June 8 County Attorney IMarmln Shilling said this afternoon it murder charge probably would bo filed in connection wllh the slaying by Deputy Sheriff Bill Guess of two prominent Mexi can college students here today Both Guess and Deputy Sher iff Cecil Crosby his companion asked Unit the charges bo Hied Shilling said The county at torney was closeted this after noon with Senor H Vnidcr Mexican consul at Oklahoma City ARDMORE Oklajune 8 Two students one a cousin of Prf jent Ortiz Rubio of Mexico wer slain here early today by a deputy sheriff in a tragic cr counter aa the youths were dring home from Uieir years study in the United States The victims were Emilio Cortes Rubio 20 the presidents cousin and Manuel Gomez 22 son of a prominent Mexican family A companion Salvador Cortes Ru bio another cousin of the Mexican president was not injured Had Feared Unlrtup Deputy Sheriff Bill Guess shot and killed the two youths after thiy hadstopped car on a high way Guess Sheriff Cecil Crabby drew guns wheri biey approached and that Guess fired when weapons were pointed1 at him Salvador Cortes Rubio the sur vivor said the youths had been fol lowed by another car on their drive southward thru Oklahoma and had feared a holdup Crosby declared he and Guess in formed the youths at once that they were officers No shots were fired by the students and Crosby said he did not shoot Carried Weapons Salvador Cortes Rubio explained that lie and his companions carried an assortment of guns which they intended to take home as the weapons could be purchased more cheaply In the United States They also had protection from bandits in mind lie said The shooting oc curred he said after he had walked away from the car The youths left St Benedicts college at Atchison Kans early yesterday after attending mass at the church there to drive to Mex ico Fernando and Gulllermo Ortiz Rulilo sons of the Mexican presi dent and students at St Benedicts departed at the same time but did not accompany the others Engineering Student Emilio Cortes Rubio was gradu ated from St Benedicts high school two years ago and had been attending the Missouri school of mines at Rolla Mo as an engineer Ing student since Gomez was a sophomore in the engineering de partment at St Benedicts Salva dor Cortes Rubio was graduated in chemical engineering at St Bene lr Cnlumn WeaJ IOWA WEATHER Mostly fair Monday night and Tuesday Warmer LOCAL STATISTICS Local weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Monday maximum Sunday 61 Lowest in Night 46 At 8 A M Monday 52 Ilufnfall Trnco Weather figures for 24 hour per iod ending at 8 a m Sunday Maximum Saturday 67 Lowest In Night 4 At H A M Sunday 53 Rainfall 27 inches Rain which has fallen inter mittently the past tew days reached heavier proportions Saturday night The cloudy condition Monday in dicates that there may be still more moisture coming   

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