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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 21, 1931, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home i I L 0 M E R I S K C H A ART iEPT OF r V S MO I XXXVII FIVE CENTS A COPY THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES AIJ NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION ED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 21 1931 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO ONE NO 212 Hitler May Win Europe Turn to Fascism Causes Nations to Fear By CHARLES P STEWART July 21 The certainty that there will be an overflow of Germanys economic troubles from the Fatherland itself more or less into every other coun try in the world is bad enough They may de velop politically also however and that will be worse yet as pes simistic forecast ers view the in ternational fu ture p 1 o matic Washington does most of the polit ical prophesying Treasury and Adolph Hitler commerce d e partment officials are more inter ested in the economic aspects of the situation Separately their predic tions are not so threatening com bined they make an uncomfortably explosive mixture THE GERMANS naturally are an 4orderly substantial people who are sure to settle down to a peaceful evolution out of their present difficulties if the process can be made not to intolerably painful for them according to the diplomats Thus far good but the process unavoidably will be terribly painful according to the economists Cancellation or even a radical re duction of war reparations follow ing the current years moratorium of course would solve the whole problem so far as the Germans are concerned but equally of course Germanys creditors never will con sent to such a solution without a corresponding scaling down of Amer icas claims against them and that is something no one is naive enough to believe the American taxpayers will submit to Even congressional approval of the moratorium while expected nowseems unlikely to be as enthusiasticas the first response toy r of fee of it ALL THIS is so obvious that few observers of the latest crisis in German economics dare to look for Turn In TaRe 2 Column h IOWA GETS REST FROM HOT WAVE Northeast to Get Cooler West and North Iowa to Heat Up Again DES MOINES July 21 lovvang today enjoyed another holi day from high temperatures with predictions that the comparative coolness would last another day Federal observers here sold the northeast portion of the state would have slightly cooler temperatures tonight but also said west and north portions of Iowa would be warmer Wednesday No rain was recorded during the 24 hours ending at 7 a m today Scattered showers in many parts of Iowa in the previous day however were seen asv furnishing needed moisture to the states crops Fort Dodge yesterday had the highest temperature in the state its S8 contrasting with above 100 de grees experienced in many cities a week ago Boones 58 was the low Jjst Charles City reported 92 and Oubuque and Sioux City with SO were the only other Iowa stations with more than 90 degree maxl mums Davenport had 88 degrees for Its high Keokuk and Council Bluffs 86 and Creston 85 AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Married folks is goin to do just so much pettin an the more they do before hand the quicker they get tired of it afterwards US STS HELP OF BANKS Jordan ALL BELOW WILL IN COMPETITION Six Players Required to Play Off Tie for Place pETE JORDAN Des Moines t who came trailing in Monday with Fairburn Kurtz of Des Moines and Merle Stimson bf Waterloo to score 73 for second place turned in another 73 Tuesday to takethe low early score in the second 18 holes of qualifying Jordan shot a 38 going out and equaled par coming in The two rounds gave him a total score of 146 Jordan had trouble going out on the long numher six when it took six strokes to negotiate the long 500 yard par five hole He also went one stroke over par on the 510 yard ninth The 255 yard six teenth offered some difficulty and he took one stroke over par out picked up the single stroke loss on the next hole when he took a birdie on number 17 a par 4 hole at 410 yards Jordans card and par follow Par 444 435 Jordan Par 444 434 Jordan 444 434 FJayed Elimination Everyone with a score of 159 or lower of whom there were 30 qual ified for the championship flight It SUMMARIES OF SCORES Summaries of the 36 hole scores in the state amateur tourney will be found on the sports page with other stories of the tournament was necessary however for six men getting a score of 160 to play an elimination flight to get the ad ditional two to fill out the 32 re quired for the championship con test The six were Ritas Baskerville Des Moines Volney Hanson Mason City1 Burton Gookin Chariton P W McClelland Davenport Aldcn Hvlstendahl Sioux City and H Choee Des Moines Gookin and Hvistendahl quickly eliminated the other four Gookin got a three for a birdie on the first hole Baskerville Hanson and Mc Clelland got a five while Hvisten dahl and Chase tied with a four Hvlstendahl eliminated Chase on the second hole when Chase got a six missing a comparatively short putt and conceded the hole Beck In Championship Fritz Beck city champion for two consecutive years shot himself into the championship flight along with Marion Joslyn of Fort Dodge by posting a score of 158 Beck took an 80 for Tuesdays 18 holes shooting 38 on the out nine but requiring 42 on the incoming nine to spoil hln chances for a medal score Beck had hard luck on number 10 and was forced to take six strokes on a par four hole He landed in the trap on the left side of tho green Joslyn shot an 81 for his Tuesdays round Dick Tang also of Fort Dodge and winner of the Northwestern open played in the same foursome but was forced to take an extra stroke to go one over tho curly Turn tn SpnrtH ft Cnlumn THREE KILLED Two Automobiles Crash on Minnesota Highway Near Moose Lake MOOSE LAKE Minn July 21 persons were killed and a fourth probably fatally Injured when two automobiles crashed on highway No 1 near here yesterday The dead W G Frazee 40 vice president of the Iowa Mann com pany of Cedar Rnpids Mrs W W Curfman wife of the superintendent of schools at Law rence Kans and her 10 year old daughter Mr Curfman suffered a fractured skull that physicians said probably would prove fatal The Curfmans 8 year old son Mr and Mrs John D Aldrich of Cedar Rapids nnd Mrs Frazee were not seriously injured ualifying for Championship STARS OF FIRST TWO DAYS Here are three outstanding stars of Mondays qualifying play In tho mens Iowa state amateur golf tournament At the left Is Don Mc Gregor who turned in the low 38 hole score for the first day of qualifying with a Z McGregor Is ot tho Hyperion course of Des Molnes Pete Jordan In the center also from Des Moines shot a 73 to tie with Merlo Stimson of Waterloo and Fairlmrn Kurtz of Des Mollies for sec ond place honors Ho came back Tuesday with another 73 however to take tho low early score of the day with a 3G hole total of 140 Another star unique in his exhibitions Is George Perlcy right of Des Moines Altho he has been handicapped for more than five months with rheumatism and has been able to walk but five weeks he tours the course daily for 9 holes of golf nnd turns in fairly good scores tho he drives with ononana oh Ills crutch Albert Fall Noiv 6991 at Prison Home Loses Citizenship in State Which Has Honored Him SANTA FE N Mex July 21 B Fall today became num ber 6931 in the New Mexico state of his citi zenship rights in the state which has heaped honors upon him The 70 year old former secretary of the Interior was committed last night to serve a sentence of a year and a day on conviction of accepting 5100000 to negotiate a lease on fed eral oil naval reserves while he was a cabinet member The commitment marked the end of an eight year legal battle Bolstered by Stimulants Bolstered by two heart stimu lants administered by his physician while enroxite by ambulance from his ranch at Three Rivers Fall was immediately taken to a private room in the prison hospital Dr J H Gambrell his personal physician said Fall was in no condition to be confined He is unable to take care of himself Dr Gambrell said is not certain of his feet and re quires constant attention In response to a telegraphic re quest from Pardon Attorney Finch in the department of justice at Washington U S Marshal Joseph F Tondre dispatched a telegram notifying him that Fall had been committed some speculation was aroused by the exchange of mes sages Urged to Fardon President Hoover and department of justice officials have been urged by Falls friends to grant him a pardon Officers said a pardon is not granted until after commit ment of the prisoner Dr E W Fiske prison physician was to examine Fall today to deter mine whether he is able to undergo fingerprinting photographing and other prison routine including out fitting with prison denim and cut ting of the hair Airmail Pilot Killed When Plane Crashes CBNTRALIA III July 21 F Edward Hamann airmail pilot for the Universal Airlines company on KvansvllleSt Louis air route was killed about 2 a m today when his plane crashed duringa blinding rainstorm on a farm south of Hoff man nine miles west of here State Police Mobilized at Threat of Bombing New Penitentiary JOLIET 111 July 21 motorcycle police were mobilized and armed today in anticipation of an outbreak at the new state peni tentiary at Stateville Warden Maj Henry C Hill left the old peni tentiary here to be on the scene There were reports prisoners plan ned to bomb the walls Both penitentiaries have been relatively quiet since riot and arson left them in turmoil for several days last spring Several prisoners were killed by guards in putting down rebellion during which half a dozen buildings at Stateville were fired Fortyfive highway police manned the prison walls and halls armed with revolvers and machine guns They were ordered here at 11 a m from all adjoining counties Prison officials said 2 p m had been the deadline for the reported outbreak The reported zero hour passed without commotion Seven hundred convicts were working in the yard repairing the damage of the recent fire and doing other construction work The other 1400 were in their cells Vigilance was maintained de spite the air of quiet Ji W K N H OF ALL NATIONS France Says League Should Have Force to Allow Disarmament PARIS July 21 united armed force provided by all mem bers of the league of nations which could intervene in conflict to sup port the league councils decision or recommendations was proposed to day by France in a memorandum setting forth its attitude on disarm ament France already has reduced her own armaments to a point which she considers to be the lowest con sistent with her national security In the present state of Europe and the world the memorandum said The present government is ready to participate In organization of a scheme for mutual assistance for all countries in case of aggression and is certain that tho 1932 disarm ament conference at Geneva will not overlook the opportunity of or ganizing it SERVE 2 YEARS Capone Machine Gunner and Wife Sentenced Under Mann Act CHICAGO July 21 McGurn the dapper young machine gunner of the Capone clan was sentenced to two years in Leaven worth prison today by Federal Judge Walter C Lindley on a Mann act charge His wife the former Louise fiolfe who was his alibi when he was sought for the Moran gang massacre in 1029 was sen tenced to the Cook county jail for four months on the same charge McGurn whose real name is Vin cent Gebardi was convicted on three counts and given two year terms on each but was ordered placed on probation for four years after he has served his first two year sentence The couple was living together in a downtown hotel when detec tives found them a fortnight after the St Valentines day murders Flaherty Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison HURON S Dak July 21 Edward L Pat Flaherty of Sioux City was sentenced late Monday by Circuit Judge Alva E Taylor to serve four years in the state peni tentiary the maximum term on a second degree murder charge Flaherty was convicted of the poker party slaying of Charles Eyestone railroad clerk here Feb IS Markets at a Glance NEW YORK rails strengthen In lato trading railroad issues gain dullness continues Foreign exchanges Irregular Sterling recedes after early strength easier cables and favorable weather Brazilian buying CHICAGO unfavorable for eign crop and weather reports bullish Nebraska advi to higher Building Era Has Left Its Mark Behind Railroads Look Back to Pioneer Days in Present Crisis By SEYMOUR BERKSON Copyright liy tho Anmiclalcil IrcN NEW YORK July in the background of the present fi nancial crisis of American railroads is the era of the wizards whose magic wands transformed a dubious venture Into the greatest transpor tation network in the world It was the era or VantTerbilt and Gould of Morgan Harriman and Hill They and their fellow pioneers were largely responsible for what has happened in the development of the iron horse since John St ens received from the state of New Jersey on Feb 16 ISIS the firit charter for a railroad in the United States At the time elghttcnth1 of the countrys 8350000 population resided in New York and tho states adjacent to the Atlantic Fellow Skeptical Stevens fellow citizens were skeptical There were curious de bates as to the relative merits ot steam carriage transportation and canal navigation It was not until 1830 that Stevens actually used his charter to form the Camden and Am boy railway company And even at the end of that year there were but 40 miles of railroac lines In the entire country But beneath the surface of the nations early apathy to the iron horse far reaching social and eco nomic developments were paving the way for the era of Vanderblll and Gould of Morgan Harriman and Hill Manufactures Develop Domestic manufactures began to develop Machinery made in the eas was beginning to be exchanged for cotton from the south and grain from the middle west In the decade between 1840 and 1850 more thanfour million immi grants had come to the United States The necessity of distribut ing these newcomers to unsettlec portions of the country helped to overcome resistance that was born of skepticism Railroad lines began to spring up here and there By the middle of the century the period of initial experimentation was at an end nnd the nation went to work earnestly at the job of building railroad Then came the need for coordi nation of the multitude of indepen Tnrn lo Tagfl 2 Column Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal July is sorter give the down and out a chance day They pounced on Ma Kennedy Aimees mother after the poor soul had tried to scare up some fun and amusement They started to examine her sanity but they couldnt find anyone in Hollywood capable of making the test Cant see much satisfaction only for the politicians to have something to point to with pride in years to cornel in sending old man Fall to the pen He got the 5100000 but he evidently did not put up oil lands for security for he lost the ranch to Dohcny for the same Course every thing wasnt exactly on the up and up but that is one case that was tried entirely by politics Yours WILL ROGERS WOULD KEEP UP T VETS HOSPITAL LAKE SITE HAS FINAL HEARING 20 North lowans From Wide Area Before Committee By STAFF REPRESENTATIVE DES MOINES July fina armament for Clear Lake O Iowas best site for the projecte million dollar hospital and an in vitation to the federal hospitaliza tion board to inspect the offering was presented Tuesday forenoon by a delegation of 20 North lowans al a hearing in the old federal build ing In addition to the spokesmen from Clear Lake and Mason City who have been active in the hospital site mentioned there were repre sentatives from several other widely separated points from Decorah on the enst to Garner and Clear Lake on the west No other site declared B A Webster past state Legion com mander and present head of Mason City Chamber of Commerce would be pleasing to as large a number of service men in the territory to be served as Clear Lake Substantiate Assertion And the supporters from far flung points were present as a sub stantiation of the assertion Four past district commanders of the Legion were there The commander of a Veterans of Foreign Wars past and the commander of a Disabled Veterans post both from Decorah were members of the party which filed into the committee room led by Representative G N Haugen of Northwood Gen Frank T Hines administrator of veterans affairs Rear Admiral diaries E Rigg a native of Iowa City and Gen George H Wood Inspector of na tional homes constituted the sub dommittec and Col John T Phe lan site inspector for the engineer ing department sat in as counsel lor After a presentation of the delegation by W Earl Hall as chairman of fourth districts hos pital site committee Mr Webster in about six minutes reviewed Clear Lakes claim upon tho hospi tal He stressed the proximity to a fine body of water the unexcelled transportation facilities the pres ence of natural gas and nearness to Mason City with its supplementary hospital facilities and consulting specialists in medicine and surgery Tjiko Added Asset At first he pointed out nearly every community was sure it had just the proper site hut a study of what vvas required convinced ail of us that Clear Lake had all that any of us had plus an asset that isnt found elsewhere I refer to the lake along which the hospital would ho situated Dr Frltchen of Decorah at this point was called on for a medical mans view of the advantages of a lake site He pointed to the added Slimmer comfort on a north short and to the beneficial effects of the beach Indorsed by Legion Reference was made by the chair man to the fact that even tho some 42 points have offered sites Clear Lake has received the indorsement of almost a third of ths states Le gion posts Including a resolution unanimously adopted by the GO posts of the fourth district Mr Haugen to Vase 2 Column ilVEN GERMANY ormal Suggestions of America Laid Before Conference J1TASHINGTON July 21 VV proposal by the American government that the bankers of the vorld maintain their present vol ime of credits to Germany has been aid before the interested powers at he London ministers conference Acting Secretary Castle of the tate department made known to day the details of the formal aug estions approved by President loover for relieving Germany At the outset the American pro josals placed entirely in Europes lands the solution of their politi cal problems Confined to Banking The American proposals were confined to banking operations It vas suggested that the mainten ance of the present levels of credits be supplemented with continued measures by Germany to stem the ntcrnal tide within that country It proposed the establishment nf a committee of the bank for Interna tional settlements or thru other means to secure cooperation in consulting world banking interestJ for renewal of short term credits cooperation in an inquiry to deter mine Germanys further economic needs and the study for the conver sion within six or eight months of a part of the short term credits into long term credits Castle estimated the total of tho short term credits at onehalf which is held by Amer ican bonks Restore Confidence The American proposals pointed out theh strain onGermanys eco nomic structure had come from tho flight from the mark in Germanv and the withdrawals of foreign credits It cited the restoration of confidence in Germanys economic life as the actual purpose of th5 proposal thru economic measures The plan had already been sub mitted by Secretary Stimson to tho French and Germans Saturday He said it had ben received in a friend ly spirit by the British The text of the American propos al follows The essence of the problem is tho restoration of confidence in Ger manys economic life both in Ger many and abroad Eliminate Friction I On the political side the Uni ted States hopes that thru mutual joad will and understanding tho European nations may eliminate all friction so that the world may rely ipon the political stability of Eur ope 2 On the economic side tho present emergency is strictly a term credit crisis Fundament al pressure upon German economy during the period of depression has jeen relieved by the joint action of the creditor powers in suspending nil payments upon governmental lebts during the period of one year But Germany has financed her eco nomic activities to a very great extent thru the medium of short term foreign credits There Is no reason to doubt the soundness of the basis upon which these credits rest But tho general uncertainty which has prevailed for the last few weeks resulted in such a loss of con fidence that the German banking and credit structure was subjected to a very severe strain This strain Turn In rnno 2 Column 31 IOWA WEATHER Fair slightly cooler In thn northeast portion Tuesday night Wednesday fair with warmer in the west and north portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday07 Minimum in Nlglit07 At 8 n m Tuesday80   

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