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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 30, 1931, Mason City, Iowa                                H A R L 0 M E R HIS 11 L H A ri T OF n c s M 11 M F s I A North Iowas Edited for the Home NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL XXXVII FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 30 1931 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE No 194 What Comes After Plan Here Are Guesses to What Will Follow Moratorium By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON June 30 The weakness in our policy of leaving Europe to stew in its own juice said Executive Secre tary Frederick J Libby of the Na tional Council for the Prevention o War was th danger all along that we would fall into the pot Finaly that is just what hap pened President Hoov e r addressing the international Chamber of Com merce in Washington last May wa at his best in linking armament re strictions and further revisio of war obligations as a mean of extinguishing the fire ove which the whole caldronful the worlds peoples are simmering His speech in Indianapolis urging us to get out of the pot by our selves was not so admirable Its an international inclusive We all stew in it together or we all get out of it together However the president had an audience of trained internationalists in Washington and doubtless felt sure of being understood in terms of Turn to Tnse 2 Column rt SWJT J HEftT TO LAST THRU WEDNESDAY Hoover Plan LEGION OF 4TH Airmen Start Across Country DISTRICT ELECTS asloiffliSlOB LEADERSOF1931 Take UF WICKERSHAM Ray Blankenheim New Albertd Hampton Succeeds Cross From Siberia to WW Phelps Nome Alaska and Hurry On BULLETIN WHITE HORSE Yukon June SO piano believed to be that of Wiley Post and Harold Gatty passed over Carmacks 200 miles north of here at a m C S T today FAIRBANKS Alaska June 30 I Law Enforcement Study Commission Breaks Up Quietly WASHINGTON June 30 of President Hoovers commis slons once the highest focal pom of interest in the nation today dis solved quietly into Its 11 componen iIieipa fllWllCy fOSt arm nuium uuiijr nafini er Cresco Ernest Nicholson Mar loa oj LI nnnimtmAftil flTTf ttlQ 1 WMMJKJZ SlOIl CONSTITUTION OF SPAIN DRAWN UP New Assembly Will Consider Liberal Document on July 14 June 3qm titlesof nobil ity Ml bV submitted to thSnewly elected national assembly when it convenes July 14 The preliminary draft as formu lated by a government commission pLEAR LAKE June a vfull day of sports on tho lake the golf course and other amuse ment places of Clear Lake Ameri can Legion members of the Fourth District returned to their homes with the spark of comradeship ci 1917 renewed R P Blankenheim New Hamp ton was elected to the office of dis trict commander to succeed W W i FAIRBANKS Alaska June 301 V commis the Wicker i i BiM a ii it m commi heavy load of gas line Post waa unable to get the Winnie Mae into the air on the first trip down the field After taxiing back to start tho Oklahomau gunned the motor and the ship rolled slowly down the field rising just in time to clear a woodpile by a few feet Post circled the field to gain alti masuji i tudeAs the flyers soared over th2 Volstad Clear Lake Ray Blanken hangar Where eight mechanics had helm New Hampton and W W worked all night to condition tho ship they waved and then turned due south Ideal weather conditions pre vailed in the vicinity and all along the route to the Canadian city As Post climbed into the ship he turned to one of the mechanics and quette vice commanders ana tuo Rev Jewel L Pickett Mason Lity chaplain At the afternoon session vigorous indorsement of the Clear Lake site for the veterans hospital was given in a resolution unanimously passed A committee from the district or ganization made up of W Earl Hall Mason City Forde Lee and Henry Phelps McGregor was named to work for the hospital Mr Volstad and Mr Hall discussed the pros1 Banquet at Hotel jest gathering was held at Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS cai June news today as big as this Post and Gatty that are making this world of ours look like the size of a watermelon This pilot Post is an old one eyed Oklahoma boy He has just got that good eye glued on the horizon and he is going to find that horizon if it meets the earth anywhere and Gatty this re formed Australian brumby and wombat you boys that didnt go to Oxford are lost In another maze of intellect well this Gatty just give him a compass and one peek at the giant dipper and he con tell you where you are even if you aint there This is one ship I would have loved to been a stowaway on Yours WILL wYW Phelps district commander presided Ad jutant R J Laird Des Moines ad vised exservice men on filing Jor compensation and allied matters first be passed on by the cabi net possibly this week Women to Vote It stipulates that women shall be allowed participate for the first time in the election of deputies that all creeds will be allowed re ligious freedom and that the an cient distinctions of aristocracy be come a corporation and the state would have no official religion Supreme authority would be vest ed in the republican government In Madrid altho the provinces mlgbl organize for local administrative purposes The president would be elected for a term of six years by a majority of the senate and lower house In joint session Congress Bicameral The senate would be made up o 240 members chosen equally among the cultural Industrial and labor entitles and the lower house woul consist of 470 deputies elected bj popular suffrage Freedom of speech of the pres and of assembly would be guaran teed No member of the military church or nobility could be electe to the presidency War could not b declared without the sanction o the assembly Woman at Fort Dodge Dies by Inhaling Ga FORT DODGE June v C G Kraham deputy city cler here for 15 years committed suicid by inhalinggas Monday A nervous breakdown suffered recently was blamed for the act Her husband mother and two brothers survive IB urged members to make use of AUNT HET By Robert Quillen he state and national service for eterans Frank Miles editor of the Iowa egionaire urged the cooperation f the post in obtaining positions or unemployed service men All of the new officers were in roduced each giving a short talk he Rusty Hinge quartet Mason City sang a group of numbers and is members led in community sing Drum Corps on Parade A martial element was added to he days program by the snappy rum and bugle corps of the Clau en Worden post Mason City A oncert waa given in the city park ollowed by a parade on Main treet to the Lake Shore hotel for he banquet Golf fishing and a sight seeing trip around the lake in one of the arge boats was a part of the after noons entertainment Only a small number of women of the auxiliary attended the convention Dancing at the Bayslde amusement park to the Big Little band of Caryl Church afforded entertainment during the evening Many Towns Represented Mrs Forde Lee Mrs W C Car roll and J R Buttleman acted as the registration committee Those registered included R A Nack Grafton R T OBrien McGregor J Nicholson Marquette Mr and Mrs Emil Monthly Cresco M Peck Lawler Thorwald Nielson W Phelps McGregor W A K son Leonard Baldner John G Meyer Cresco J H Little New Hampton R P Blankenheim New Hampton Nels F Malm J L Pickett Leslie Whipple A R New house and L N Beck Mason City D R Lynch L H Sanford H C Spoor Oelweln C E Kline Claude Merritt New Hampton Fred B Logeman Manly Raymond Goud reau Arlington H Sondegaard J W James E C Jensen Thornton R J Lau Des Moines A J Hart J T McAvoy Carl Web Elma E J Kelley Thornton Frank Miles J A Simon Stacyville Jacob W Adams Stacyville Max Studer Manly Ralph Lloyd Jones Mason City Elmer N Sorensnn Thornton Shirley Kimball Mr and Mrs Forde Lee Peter Anderson J R Buttleman Dr A B Phillips F P Walker Mr and Mrs H S Hushaw Jens Wind Henry Volstad C M Pederson Mr and Mrs L G I Stunkard Joe E Johnson and L E Ashland Clear Lake when I get to New YorU Im going to sleep 48 hours straight Gattys arm was paining him but he insisted It was all right and would be completely healed with in a day or two PREFERRED DEATH i Oeorgo W V sion does no reach the end o its allotted spa until midnight tonight when the remainder of its 5500000 appro priations reverts to the govern ment But the com m i s s i o ns once immaculate offices and equipment today were in the hands of the movers All its save Anil jsrospects Chairman ARGEEMENT CAN Mellon and Edge Confer at Length to Seek New Light Italy to Put Off All Debts to It at Once Two Points Brot Up by France Still Need Clearing Up WASHINGTON June 30 The Italian government thru th Italian embassy here today advised the state department it was pro visionally suspending debts duo i DARIS June 30 French tomorrow by debtor nations tho Cities Blamed for Decrease in Birth Rate i senate sustained tho govern ments course on the Hoover plan today by a vote 197 to 5 about 100 abstaining During debate Premier Laval had asked the senators for their confidence which we need more today than yesterday and which we may need more tomorrow than today Tho premier declared ho could not openly discuss tho Hoover pro posal and tho French reply in view of negotiations still going on Seelc New Light Secretary of the Treasury An drew W Mellon and Ambassador Walter E Edge conferred at length today in tho latter3 residence re examining eveiy angle of the FrancoAmerican negotiations and groping for new light on how to in sure an agreement on tho Hoover moratorium plan They talked during the night by transAtlantic telephone with Act Ing Secretary William R Castle Jr in Washington on the latesL Ambassador de Martino of Ital advised the state department of th Italian action Italy simultaneously informe the American government it we depositing thc payments to il creditors duo tomorrow in a pro visional fund in the bank of inte national settlement Two points advanced by one na tlon today needed clarification b fore the way could be opened to a rangcments for the moratorium AH Others Agreed STATE BOOST two hai were that after tonight Wickersham alone would remain in It dont make no differ ence how homely a woman is she always believes a man means it when he says shes purty Commission to Hear Railroads on July 15 WASHINGTON June 30 Hearings on the railroads petition for a 15 per cent increase were Be today by the Interstate commerc commission to start on July 15 NOME Alaska June 30 Wiley Post and Harold Gatty pre ferred death in the Bering sea to cracking up their ship later on their dash to New York they said yester day when they arrived at Solomon near here from Khabarovsk Si beria We experienced every kindof weather imaginable coming to Sol omon from Khavarovsk Post said as he climbed from the plane I flew for three hours and a half Sunday night with the weather so thick that I didnt see more than the glass on the cockpit windows at any time Post declared between mouthful of friend chicken as he watched mechanics refueling the ship Would Rather Croak I thot then well I would a damn sight rather croak flying across tho Bering sea than crack the ship down south after were almost home We managed finally to see enough light to guide the ship safely here but all the way across the Bering sea we saw miles and miles of ice floes moving steadily northward into the straits The cold and haze prevented us from going to a high altitude We tried it once and almost froze to death For the last 200 miles into Sol omon we flew above clouds and did not drop beneath them until within about 10 miles of Solomon Post paid high tribute to Gatty as a navigator and gave his slight companion much credit for the suc cess of flight so far Post Some Flyer Gatty In turn said Post was the master of the flight and some flyer I thot we were gone once Gatty said but I know now while Wiley s at the stick were going to pull hru The flyers said the Russians were wonderful to them and did every hing posiblc under the sun for us hey tried to speed us along as fast as we could go hoping we would reak ail records to smithereens Except for having to fight weather most of the way across Siberia the airmen said they had little trouble altho their plane bogged to her belly when they set her down on a muddy field at Bla goveschensk i We finally managed to pull her out with the assistance of a whole lcnarc the capital No Excitement Commission observers had ex pected a final meeting and some brief ceremony as the time came for its dissolution But as each member completed his part in the 25 months longinvestigation of crime he or she departed quietly and with none of the excitement that marked their first coming tc the capital Here is the commissions record Ten reports have been delivered to the government printer or deposited at the white house four others one of them the stillcontroverted study of prohibition have been made pub 1c Of the half million dollars ap propriated for this work approxi mately 20000 can be returned to the treasury Await Approval Even with the completion of thla work the stripping of the commis sions offices and the departure of the members however its task is not yet formally done At commission headquarters the view was expressed that only when a final history of the commissions activities and expenditures is writ ten and accepted with a well done by President Hoover will the com mission actually cease to exist It was not created by law but by ex ecutive command Temporary Office In order to attain this end a temporary commission headquar ters has been established near the white house equipped to accommo date only Chairman Wickersham and a small staff There tho fif teenth report will be written The commission has completea reports upon the deportation of aliens lawlessness in law enforce ment crime among the foreign born juvenile delinquency the work of the police prisons probation anc parole the costs and causes of crime and a progress report upon the work of the courts to be car ried on by private agencies Not Lift Or X I now principle to the Living Count as Realities WASHINGTON June 30 Blamo for a decreasing American birth rate has been laid by Warren S Thompson census expert to the American city In cities he says in amonograpn childfen aro an afterthot In tho country there is a place for them Not life not living but things constitute the ultimate realities city life he believes tangible countable cumulative things are criteria of success Comparing unmarried men in the city and country ho writes Easy for Bachelor A man can live comfortably even luxuriously in the city as a celibate There is scarcely a job of any kind In the city at which one cannot succeed more easily and quickly without a wife to say noth remperatures Mount onJ 9th Day of Unbroken f Hot Wave By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS j THE mercury soared back toward the century mark again Tuesday bringing with It renewed reports or deaths from thc heat wave Deaths reported at 2 p m hau reached n total of 28 bringing tha death roll to 6t since Sunday and 85 in the last nine days Dubuque seemed to be the hardest hit five deaths there in the last 24 hours bringing the total to nine in the last two daya At the Iowa Soldiers home in Marshalltown an additional death this morning had brot the toll to four Temperatures were mounting aa rapidly Tuesday as at any timo during the nine days of unbroken heat The weather bureau held out Tho were raised by litlle hope for relief with a stats States would accept no compromise endangering thc principle of Pres ident Hoovers plan for a years Dead holiday from war debt and repara tions payments While discussions continued act Ing Secretary Castle of the state department announced that ho un derstood all governments have er himself was understood to have listened in by a special system in stalled in the white house Can Cut In Inasmuch as he Is never called dl rect this device enables him to in tervene in the conversations when ho wishes The Associated Press was Informed that not only was the newspaper Excelsior correct in quoting Premier Laval to the effect that France had reached thc limit of concessions but that he made the same statement In effect in lost nights conference with the Ameri can delegates He was said to have explained that the cabinet had deliberated over Uls policies and had formulat ed what they deemed the limit of compromise He said that public opinion would not permit France to go any further and that therefore the government was obliged to stand firm at the same time re maining cordial and convinced that ing of children The opposite is true in the country There the bachelor does not find living easy Without a wife and homemaker ha is lonely uncomfortable and does not succeed any better for eschewing wife and children Brushing aside as relatively incon sequential other elements Thomp son summarized the situation this way Something Needed United States village population had a ratio of H per cent greatei than the city population when num ber of children under five were com pared to number of women between 40 and 14 The farm population ra tio was in excess of that of the vil lage by 225 per cent and of tho urban by 764 per cent Thompson predicted that by 19Q our ratio of natural Increase wil not be more than half of what 11 was in 1920 about 10 per 1000 unless some very powerful agent arises to stimulate the birth rate in a way we cannot now foresee m nn agreement could be reached Will Hcar Points The senate will hear late today a revelation of thc points under dis cussion when Premier Laval goes before It to answer interpellations Titm In 1nKO 2 Column 90 NEW AGENTS MAKE 20 RAIDS Markets at A Glance Has No Time to Take on Winner of Stribling Schmeling Figbt presidents plan except the French government Unconditional acceptance has come from Germany Great Britain Italy Austria and Bulgaria Agree ment to the Idea has been expressed by Belgium Czechoslovakia Jugo slavia Rumania Poland and Japan Should Bo Funded Tho two outstanding points of difference between the United States and France involved uncon ditional made principally for actual war devasta tion France Insisted that Imme diately at the end of the mora torium Germanys postponed uncon ditional payments should be made available for use by the Paris gov ernment Tho United States held the money should be funded over several years The second point was that France wanted the unconditional payments to continue to the bank for inter national settlement the resulting eicdlts to be parcelled out among other needy European nations America said that if the reich wants all tho credit it should have it Might Bo Acceptable Some officials here held that a French offer to compromise pro vided it did not decrease thc bene ficial economic effects might be acceptable to the United States A possibility of American recession from its attitude toward the sec ond point was seen In statements that the credits should go back to v if the reich so desires uiautvjr reached 102 degrees in Mason Aty at oclock Dead reported Tuesday James Ballaugli 59 Dubufmc Mrs L Hoffman 80 Diilmque Arthur Rocth 18 months Dubuque Otto Elhvnngcr 81 Dulmqvie Mrs Kmrao Slcgclc 04 DU buque Bins Thomas Hoover 13 Oak vmc D Livingston 49 Cedar Rapids construction workman died at Muquokcta William Dunn 83 Clinton banker Henry Sclirumm 83 Burling ton merchant Duvo Huffman Fort Madi son fomkonuin Mrs E M Chambers 7D Burlington August Merrymnn SO Des Rloinei Euircno K Butler 88 Dea did not need all the credit diplo mats said would considerably clarify tilings Discussions abroad Mr Castle RENO Ncv June 30 Jack 1 said officially were in a recess today The French cabinet was to appear before its senate leaving Secretary Mellon and Ambassador Edge comparatively free until to morrow Dempsey former heavyweight box Ing champion said today he had turned down a tentative offer from Cleveland to meet the winner of the Stribling Schmellngbout there in Septem ber The offer ho said came from Ed Bangs 1 yj I oii Thomas Burtlaw 80 Davcn Schmidt fiG Davcn I H Pott 58 Daven port Jacob Oroff 02 Davenport F W Kuoffel 74 Davenport Robert II Kchfuss Jr 20 Davenport Hans Horat Durant John Iannlng 03 Cedar Rapids Mrs Amy Robinson 19 Mar Blinlltown Soldiers homo Dr Joseph Soukup 56 Cedar Rapids dentist found dead In office Edward Tutlilll 71 Clinton Mrs Wilhclmina Lohse 82 Muscatlnc Georgu T Clarke 88 Oslia loosa retired farmcv Clivro MattliCB 37 Iowa CSty laborer Charles D Heed government meteorologist In Dos Moines said the current heat wave Is one of the most severe ever cxpericaced in Iowa Ho pointed out that tberoi has been no precipitation In any Tttrn to rngo It CNiltimn York Volstead ers Arrest 32 Men on Dry Violations NEW YORK U S Steel break par foreigns heavy small lossei i dull trading Foreign Exchanges Irregular Spanish peseta strong trade support CHICAGO insufficient rain American northwest bullish weather hogs lower HAS RESERVATIONS Jack Derapsey BRUSSELS June 30 text of the Belgian reply to Presi dent Hoovers war debt proposal made public today accepts in prin ciple but makes reservations for the bfefor of lhc Plan to BclSllln tertam Tny oJfer The Belgium government wcl tertam any of tnc president of the United States as an net of highest importance the reply says sees in it the beginning of a Cleveland news paperman It would be utterly for the Cleveland date as I am planning my own promotion here nnd an hTavyweight I solidarity tending towards the re preferably Schmeling Slribllng covery of general economic condl Sharkey said NEW YORK June 30 Ninety new federal prohibition s early today raided 20 speak1 T and cordial goy jJlCS OI Injuries i aueoLcu Of men on regiment of soldiers Store Destroyed by Fire i wereunableTokeep 1 correct re1 LE MARS June 30 cord of the governments seizures Lamb 16 year old son of Dr and because of the large quantities of Mrs J A Lamb died in the hos liquor which continued to arrive in pital here today from injuries re MILLERSBURG June 30 the police escorted trucks ceived while swimming last night Tii J C Schultz furniture store Raiding began as theaters closed In diving he struck the water In was destroyed by fire here Monday and speakeasies received their night such a manner as to injure ms The damage was not estimated IspLno or Camera Dempsey tions the mere prospect of whlcl has already given birth on every hand to a feeling of confidence an hope Body of Whitehead Bridge Expert Will Stein and Greenberg Be Brot to America pounj Guilty of Vivian Gordon Deat PLYMOUTH England June 30 body of Wilbur C White head whist and bridge expert who died Saturday at sea arrived today i ncvv unm aboard the lie De France and will Stein and Samuel Greenberg we be sent back to America for burial acquitted late today of the murd Death was due to heart disease of Vivian Gordon alleged blac NEW YORK June 30 diabetes ImaUer and vice witness IOWA WEATHER Mostly fair nnd continued warm Tuesday night and Wed nesday except possibly tmmdcr utorms nnd cooler In noitlnvcst by Wednesday night LOCAL STATISTICS t GlobeGazette weather figures for 1 hour period ending at 8 oclock tiesday morning Maximum Monday 103 Minimum in Night S At 8 A M Tuesday Mondays maximum fell short 1 egree of thc season record estab shed Sunday The day however was the fourth In a row with a emperature surpassing 100 degrees Not since June 21 has there been a day with a maximum under 90 consecutive days with he mercury hugging the century mark The noon temperature Tuesday was 100 degrees and at 3 oclock it had reached 102 degrees J The day by day since the beginning of the heat follow I June 21 88 June 22 92 June 231 93 June 2J 99 June 25 96 June 26 101 June 27 101 June 28 Juno ZQt 103i June 1024   

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