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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 22, 1931, Mason City, Iowa IS MEM A Aft or IOWA North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Some NEWSPAPER TE1AT MAKES Ait NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS EDITION VOL XXXVII FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 221931 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO ONE NO 213 Law Report Lacks Value Wickersham Group Thot Short on Courage By CHARLES P STEWART July 22 CPA a record of utter futility in stead of the enor mously valuable one which a more courageous body of investigators might have given to the country in its place the Wick ersham a n t crime commis sions series of reports now in progress of being made public by degrees from the White House would be hard to beat The commissions prohibition re port appears to have served as the model for each suceeding report That is to gay the commissioners evidently see clearly enough what Is the matter with prohibition with the governments policy toward juvenile delinquency with alien de portations with the administration of criminal justice generally both by federal and state courts with the authorities and the peoples at titude toward present laws and with the laws they do not like to tell in plain terms what the matter is Consequently the reports merely hint and dodge conclusions or recommendations FOR EXAMPLE the report on Criminal Procedure refers to Californias handling of the Mooney Bllllngs case as shocling to ones sense of justice but nevertheless draws the line at definitely urging that it be shocked but suggests nothing to be done about it Somewhere in the report is a de tailed account of the whole Mootiey Billings affair running to 600 pages butv thus far all except a rather short summary of it is suppressed Presumably it might hurt some v bodys feelings Stories of what individual mem bers of the commission describe as abuses by the labor department of the federal deportation authority are tfnown to have been deleted from the report on that subject be cause Secretary of Labor Doak does not like them THE EXPECTATION is that al i together there will be 15 or 20 reports the commission was divided Turn to PHRC t Column Beck Goes Into Second Championship Round DAIRY PRICES ON THEIR WAY BACK Peak of Overproduction by Say Farm Leaders and Economists CHICAGO July 22 opin ion that turning from the peak of overproduction in dairy products by farmers of the nation has been wit nessed by dairymen was expressec by economists and farm leaders today Prices of milk and dairy products reached the lowest levels in 2 years during June and have Started upward Curtailing of milk produc tion with a resultant reduction of oversupplies of butter and other milk products has been the prln cipal factor in the upturn There has been a decline of 35 pel cent since May 1 in volume of milk produced by the 19000 dairy herds supplying Chicago and 26 nearby communities A M Krahl of the pure milk association said Wholesale butter prices C L Pier federal butter specialist said already have reflected the decline In overproduction in Chicago markets of the last three weeks rising from 21 to 24 cents a pound CHINESE WAR ON JAPAN ASHER DEFEATS BARTON CADDY BEATSBARTLETT John Kraft Par Player Defeats Allen in First Round FRITZ BECK Mason City title holder for two consecutive years suddenly flung into state championship form Wednesday In his first match play of the top flight by defeating O C Tremble Cedar Rapids 7 and 6 Beck was one over par for the first 12 holes The 18 year old Country club wiz ard got birdies on No 2 and No 12 and shot par golf on the others ex cept No 6 and No 10 He missed a 500 yard sixth by two strokes and went over par on the 435 yard tenth The cards Par out 444 435 In444 Beck out434 437 In 543 Trimble out 445 545 In554 Asher Downs Barton Elaine Asher Spencer oldest man in the tournament offered the first upset by matched play when he eliminated Paul Barton Daven port 1 up in the opening round of the championship Barton lost his chance to win the state tournament for a second time by losing an 18 inch putt on the eighteenth hole He GETS HOLE IN ONE H D Fallows playing in the presidents flight of the state tourney at the Mason City Coun try club made a hole In one on the short fifth hole Dick Davis his opponent was paring to make a 16 inch putt for a two when Dr Fallows rolled his drive into the cup was on the green with his third shot 12 feet from the cup while Ashers third was 20 yards from the green Barton overran the cup on his first attempt and then his pvll steered off by an Inch when rolled it back down the sloping green Asher pitched his fourth shot within eight feet of the cup and holed out on his first putt Barton fought an uphill battle all the the turn one down and still behind by that Mar tin at the fifteenth His last stand at the seventeenth produced a par four to square the match but he lost on the final hole The cards Par out 444 Asher out Barton out Par in Asher in 435 445 435 454 326 444 434 445 434 AUNT NET By Robert Quillen I always know whether a woman intends to pay back a cup o sugar she borrows If she dont aim to she sends one o the children Barton in 554 331 Lasche Defeats Bartlett Johnny Lascho of Waterloo the sensational caddy club swinger o last year started on this seasons match play in much the same man ner that spelled defeat for lowaf golfing aces at Waterloo He de feated his old enemy Art Bartiet of Ottumwa 1 up when Bartiet missed a chance for a stymie on thi eighteenth as he rolled 18 Inches to the side of the cup on his putt Lasch missed his putt by 24 inche and was forced to putt a secon time for a par five on the hole He rolled out a 30 foot putt from a sand trap on the fourteenth to equa par for the hole and halve it with Bartlett For the first six holes the pal was all even Lasche took awo anc three and Bartlett four and five Larjlie took seven and the halvei the final two On the twelfth Lasche went two up but lost hi lead on the fifteenth His 1 up leac on the first nine carried him thri the match The cards 536 434 434 433 Jordan Defeats Stimson Pete Jordan young Dea Molne star who took medalist honors wa victorious In his initial engagemen Turn o Sports Ttge Column 8 Kraft Equals Elected JOHN KRAFT DAVENPORT COUNTRY CLUB TEAftl LLOYD B TAIT Will BEVERLY HILLS Cal July conference in London ought to be called a hard luck testimonial meeting It had no more than opened than each nation jumped up and told how poor they were before the others even had a chance toask em for anything Ramsey MacDonald a Scotch man the host and toastmaster before he finished he had em all in tears with Englands con dition France brot their own lunch and not much of it Even Uncle Andy Mellon to stave off a possible touch joined the spirit of the thing and wore a Pennsylvania home spun suit and no sox It wound up by Germany of fering to loan them what little she had Yours WILL ROGERS John Kraft Oelweln left equaled par on the tough 71 course of the Mason City country club Tuesday on thfi second Jay of qualifying He is tho third to turn the trick hi the past week Jock Hutchison national y luiown player is the only other besides the trio to negotiate tho course in 71 Davenports country club team center won tho championship in the four man medal play event Reading from left to right the players are Dr Paul Barton P W McClelland Ira Allen IJoyd Nordstrom Lloyd B Tait secretary ot the Iowa State golf association for 1930SI was elected president of the association for tho coming year Ho fol lows Alfred Lonjrley of Waterloo In the j 3i MORE PICTURES OF THE IOWAAMATEUR TOURNEY ON AGREE TO INVITE BANKSTQRENEW GERMAN CREDIT Good Progress Made a London Early End Expected Second Heat Wave Enters Its 10th Day North Iowa Remains Comfortable Rain Needed DES MOINES July 22 Summers second heat wave in owa entered its tenth day today the length of the June hot spell with predictions of partly cloudy and unsettled weather North Iowa however remained comparatively comfortable Inwood again led stations report ng to the federal weather bureau here its maximum yesterday of 100 degrees being the highest in the state Decorah was the coolest its minimum being 49 degrees There was no rain In Iowa yesterday In todays weekly weather sum mary issued by Federal Meteorolo gist Charles D Reed the last seven days were described as being gen erally hot and dry except for the moratorium on high temperatures occasioned by weekend rains These showers Reed said visited about fourfifths of the state but they were too light to penetrate the soil except in about onefourth of Iowa In an area of about 25 counties mostly northern no rain or only sprinkles occurred in the week end ing Tuesday and the drought is be coming very serious Reed said Temperatures were oppressively high until Sunday night Many sta tions reported temperatures of 100 degrees or higher in northern and eastern Iowa In his crop summary Reed said the effect of the heat was to blanche corn cause pastures to fall utterly kill potatoes and dry up gardens generally Starts Sentence for Attack on Young Girl WATERLOO July 22 F Hellyev Wednesday had started serving a life entence in Anamosa reformatory after he pleaded guilty to criminally attacking a young girl Wadena Savings Bank Doors Fail to Open WADENA July 22 Wa dent Savings bank closed Its doors this morning J O Probert Is pres ident and H E Mason cashier The latest report of the state superin tendent of banking gave its capita as 525000 and Its surplus with deposits set at Wa dena Is in Fayette county SHARKEYHAS29 POUNDS ON MICK Walker Served With Papers in Alimony Suit Brot by Former Wife NEW YORK July 22 Sharkcy will have an advantage of 29 pounds over Mickey Walker In heir 15 round heavyweight scrap tonight at Ebbets Field The Boston sailor weighed 198z lounds on the boxing commissions scales this afternoon Walker veighed 169 Va Walker shortly before leaving the commissions offices was served with papers in a 5100000 suit brot by his former wife Mar garet Kelly Walker and basfid on claims for back alimony The fight er accepted the papers without comment Board Visits Sites Put Up for Hospital Hawks Says He Will Go After Records to Havana He just Lost NEW YORK July 22 Frank Hawks announced today that he would leave at 3 a m tomorrow on a round trip flight to Havana to regain the records recently lost to James Goodwin Hall Hawks still holds the elapsed time record from Havana to New York but Hall beat his flying tlma in both directions Youth at Cedar Rapids Drowns in River There CEDAR RAPIDS July 22 Snodgrass 18 of Cedar Rap ids was drowned Tuesday night while swimming above the dam in the Cedar river He is the son of Mr and Mrs Byron Snodgrass YOUR GOOD LUCK While the SharkeyWalker prizefight Wednesday night will not be broadcast by radio It will be broadcast by the Globe Gazette Pauls Public Address amplify ing system which won so many compliments at the Stribling Schmeling bout will be in use again Blow by blow the fight will be given to the crowd in front of the GlobeGazette office The main bout is scheduled to open at 8 oclock Mason City time It will consist of 15 rounds you know the un certainty of a boxing shows out come Every sports fan in North Iowa is Invited to attend this party tear Lake One of 45 Towns Backed at Hearing DES MOINES July 22 resentatives of the United States joard of hospitallzation Its hear ngs completed here today visited ieveral of the sites proposed for the contemplated million dollar vet erans hospital before leaving Iowa Fortyfive Iowa cities presented maps photographs and charts yes crday in their campaigns to pro cure the hospital General Frank T Hlnes administrator of veterans affairs said that the boards deci sion as to the location probably vould be announced early in August after a conference In Washington Dr Frank L Williams regional director here said that the commlt ee planned to visit proposed loca tions In Newton Oskaloosa Ottum wa Albla and Fort Dodge today The committee feels It worth while to visit personally the sites at Newton Oskaloosa Ottumwa Albla Knoxvllle Fort Dodge and Des Molnes Dr Williams said They will probably not visit any other sites Returning to Des Molnes tonight General Hinea will leave for the west coast Others of the commit tee Rear Admiral Charles E Riggs General George H Wood and Col onel John J Phelan will return to Washington NOT OPTIMISTIC Satisfied that they had fought a good fight but not optimistic with respect to the hospital site location North Iowas supporters of the Clear Lake offering returned to their homes in a dozen towns late Tuesday afternoon Part of the delegation left im mediately after the Clear Lake In ning before General Hlnes and his Tnrn to rage 4 Cnlumn 45 Practice at Iowa City for All State H S Band Concerts IOWA CITY July 22 five musicians were at work toda practicing for a series of public con certs and radio programs nex month to be presented by the All State high school band About 3 high school musicians from 14 Iowa communities and 15 music supcrvls ors from the University of low are members of the band OSAGE PAPERS ARE COMBINED and News Will Be One After Aug 1 Hill to Be Editor OSAGE July Mitchell Jounty Press and Osage News have onsolidatcd and after Aug 1 Jsage will have but one local paper C J Twomey who has published he News since purchasing It of H VI Guy in 1926 sold the paper to Leonard C Bowman of Indianola vho in turn entered into partner hip with Clinton Hill proprietor and editor ot the Mitchell County Press since 1912 Mr Hill will have charge of the edttorlal work of tho mper and Mr Bowman will ha bus ness manager Mr Bowman Is a graduate of Simpson college has ieen principal of his homo town schools at Coon Rapids and for three years past has been business manager of the Indlanola Recoid and Tribune The mechanical force of the paper will consist of tho ress force Bess Arsers Willis nines and Stannard Hill with thn addition of Gale Sawyer for many years a News employe Mr Two ney expects to enter the newspaper luslness elsewhere A part ot tha Mews office equipment and furni lure will be moved to the Presn of fice Two more issues of the News will be published July 23 and 30 BULLETIN LONDON July 22 committee of finance ministers of tho seven power conference published a resolution tonight declaring it had reached nn agreement on a report to lie Hubmltted to the plenary con ferencetomorrow Spaniards Killed in Riot SEVILLE Spain July 22 Two persons were killed today in rioting of strikers In the suburb of Triana DONT SPANK HIM T ONDON July 22 re LJ commendations are understoo to have been adopted today by th seven power conference Germanys financial crisis The first Is that the government concerned should invite the bank o England the bank of France th federal reserve bank of ttie Unite States and the bank for Interna tional settlements to renew fo three months the 100000000 cred they granted to Germany for on month on July 15 The second Is that the princlpa private banking establishments of i the countries concerned should be urged to leave their existing credits in Germanys hands Presented to Ministers These recommendations it was said are being presented this after noon to the finance ministers of the nations participating in the con ference for determination as to whether any technical considera tions would prevent their being car 3d out An official communique Issued after the adjournment of this morn ings conference said The international conference gave further consideration to meth ods of restoring confidence in the stability of the German financial position by concerted international cooperation on the basis of the statement presented by the commit tee of finance ministers Progress Made Progress has been made nria certain technical questions were re ferred to the finance ministers who will consider them this afternoon and report to the main conference tomorrow morning Chancellor Bmenlng and Foreign Minister Curtius of Germany will be hosts at the German embassy tomorrow to Premier Laval Arls tide Brland and the other French CHIANG SAYS HE WILL RESIGN TO Ci iVire From Nationalist Head Suggests Move Into Korea HONKONG July 22 in surgent Canton government to ay announced receipt of a tele ram from Chang HsuehLlang overnor of Manchuria in behalf of Dhiang KaiShek president of the atlonalist government in which he latter conditionally offered to esign and suggested that nil China nlte in declaring war upon Japan The telegram assertedly proposed n behalf of Chiang that allprov nces in China contribute toward ending 800000 troops to the Kor an border as a military operation igainst Japan Since the Canton government was represented as not ipproving the war proposal the elegram as yet has not been answered Willing to Kcslgn President Chiang whose retire ment was set forth as one of tho mncipal purposes otthe formation of the Canton government was rep resented in the telegram as being willing to resign the nationalist presidency but desired to remain as commanderinchief of the Nan king army and navy Chiang was quoted as having sug gested the elevation of Hu Hanmln to the chairmanship oE the admin istrative council the highest office of the nationalist government now held by Chiang himself The nation alist chieftain also proposed ac cording to the message the selec tlonof the Wang GhninpJKpJ left 1st leader as head of tho Kuomin tang or peoples party Behind Nationalists The peoples party Is the political organization behind the nationalist regime The organizers of the Can ton government are for the most part members of the Kuomlntang who bolted the party because of their opposition to Chiang KaiShek They sought his defeat on the ground that he had schemed to es tablish an autocracy Instead of working for a fullfledged republic the orginal goal of the revolution Wang ChiWei is one of the lead ers of the Canton movement Hu HanMin formerly was head of the legislative department of the na tionalist government but was im prisoned at Nanking for a time for opposing the plans of Chiang Kai Shek Later Hu HanMin joined the Canton faction Turn to 4 Cnlnmn Markets at a Glance You have rcjid tho Globe Gazettes baby edition Mon day July 27 This special baby supplement will help you solve the infant behavior problem Teaching the right thing Is important jvhen little minds are clastic NEW YORK trading extreme ly dull after early decline German issues sag slow decline unchanged CHICAGO bullish govern ment weather report bearish Oklahom advices to higher Chiang KaiSheks alleged pro osal that all Chinese factions nite and make war upon Japan re alls the trouble between Chinese nd Koreans In three Korean cities arty thla month The trouble started when about 00 Chinese attacked 200 Koreans t Wampaoshan because the Chinese bjected to the employment of Kor ans on an irrigation project thers Shortly thereafter the Koreans re aliated with mob action which re ulted in the death of many Chln iso and the destruction of consld Turn to PftBft 4 Cotnnln IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy and unsettled Wednesday night and Thurs day Somewhat warmer In tho northeast portion Wednesday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Wednesday morning Maximum Tuesday 82 Minimum in Night 55 At 8 A M Wednesday 71 Tuesday was the ninth day In a row with a maximum temperature of 00 or higher It was however ap preciably lower than on the preced ing days and the relative coolness which prevailed Wednesday morn ing led to a belief that North lowal second heat wave of the summeT had come to an end
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