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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Atchison, Kansas Four of clock edition today Newt today Atchison daily Globe associated press leased wire reports Price five cent Atchison Kansas monday june 23,1930. A to pages. Fifty third year. 11337two Chicago men have been up in an air plane eleven Days. That a one Way of escaping gangsters ratification of treaty certain but Johnson and others will put up fight committee votes approval measure submitted to Senate my overwhelming decision toy the associated press Washington june 23.�?the Senate foreign relations committee today approved the London naval treaty. By h to 4 the committee ordered it reported to the Senate. Senators Johnson Republican. California and ships Lead Farmer labor Minnesota announced they would submit minority reports. The overwhelming support for the Trinity in the committee was believed to insure ratification of the pact when it us taken up by the Senate in special session. Those voting against the pact were Johnson help Stead Robinson of Indiana and Moses of new Hampshire Republica a. I Hose voting for it were capper Kansas Gillett Massachusetts Reed Pennsylvania fess Ohio coff West Virginia Lafollette Wisconsin and Vandenberg Michigan republicans Swanson Virginia Pittman Nevada Robinson Arkansas Walsh Montana Harrison Mississippi George Georgia. Black Alabama and Wagner new York democrats. Borah announced he would submit the treaty to the Senate today without a report but merely introducing a Resolution of ratification. This is the usual procedure of this committee thus the treaty will be put before the Senate without a word of recommendation Elt Lwi from president Hoover or from the foreign relations com i the weather. J Kansas generally fair tonight and tuesday except possibly a thundershowers and Tooler this afternoon or Early tonight in Northeast portion slightly cooler tuesday in Southeast portion. Missouri partly Cloudy tonight probably showers and cooler in Northwest and extreme North portion. Tuesday partly Cloudy probably showers in Northeast and East Central portions cooler in North urn Central portions. Local temperature at 2 p. In. Today 95. Lowest last night 81. Temperature a year ago today 69. A Kansas dirt roads Good. Cant Acree on veterans Bui g. O. P. Seeks substitute for measure now pending not so warm by tomorrow forecaster promises some Relief from heat a May get Shower by the associated pres Topeka june 23�?Only slight Relief from the heat that has been general Over Kansas for the last two Day was promised by the Federal weather Bur eau Here today. Temperatures this afternoon were scheduled to be around 90 degree in the West and close to and possibly above 95 in the Eastern part of the state. Tomorrow the Mercury would be a bit lower standing at about 90 degrees Over the state generally s. D. Flora meteorologist said. Quot that in t much Relief quot he remarked a but is is a Little quot the forecast was for generally fair tonight and tuesday except possibly a thundershowers and cooler tills afternoon or Early tonight in the Northeast portion. Tuesday would be partly cooler in the Southeast portion according to the forecast. Kansans sheltered in the heat along with the Central Section of the country yesterday. Temperatures generally a Hoover veto looms being considered by congressmen boy scout is lost in California mountains by the associated pre Riverside cal., june 23�?harold ? Johnson 12 year old boy scout son of r. Johnson postmaster at Corona was the object of a search today up the Rocky slopes of it. San Jacinto where he became lost Friday from a scout party. The Hunt in which Veteran mountaineers led posses was spurred by reports of an aviator that a boy answering Harold s description was yesterday from a plane. The lad was or balance a two Enfa tory a a put Hapli Pipii til to Nom Tho Snow Rev Rod the ability of the country at Large to absorb that output in Short it is intended to spot weaknesses in mass a a formula to stabilize business seeks to gauge factory output by the associated press Cambridge mass., june 23.�?a formula to stabilize business characterized As a quot mathematical approach to Prosperity a has been developed at the Massachusetts Institute of technology. It May be employed to establish the believed to be near the Snow covered i resident objects to expense Summit of the 10,000-foot Mountain. Nut tee iii submitting the pact the j were Between 94 and 98 with a High Mark of 96 at numerous Points including Emporia Hutchinson and phillipburg., meteorologist Flora said. Last night temperatures stayed High in Eastern Kansas Between 75 and 78, though the Western part of the state had Relief the Mercury dropping to Between 56 and 65, Goodland having Tho Low of 56. In til Way of Hope. Meteorologist Flora pointed to last nights temperatures in Wyoming where the thermometer readings went As Low As 42 degrees. There was no rain in Kansas Over the week end and or. Flora said skies Over the state were Clear with tile exception of scattered Clouds in the Northeast where Shower were possible this afternoon. Quot it is splendid wheat ripening weather a meteor list fora said quot As Well As excellent Corn growing weather where there is sufficient moisture. includes All of the state with the exception of tile president Only called for ratification. The debate will take care of any Nicis of observed senator Horah with the treaty pow on the debate Calendar there is a possibility that its advocates May move for immediate consideration should the Senate and House become deadlocked on adjournment during a quarrel Over the veterans Bill no suggestion has been made for that course however. Seek sex City employee As Slayer of lin6le by the associated pre Chicago. June 23. A James red Forsythe gun Toter and former City Hall employee was hunted today As the Man who killed quot Jake Lingle Tribune reporter. Forsythe whom judge John Lyle a year ago characterized As a quot potential is under a year s jail sentence for carrying concealed weapons the sentence recently was affirmed by the appellate court. Judge Lyle recalled today that there had been much political activity in Forsythe s behalf at the time of the latter trial on the gun carrying charge. His Forsythe a friends among the politician almost ran me to death to vacate the sentence a judge Lyle said. I would not do Forsythe the police recalled was arrested in a raid on the Moran Aiello gang Headquarters last december. He was released when he identified himself As an employee of the corporation i counsel s office. Police at the time in pair bound Over for trial in Kramer death by the associated press Topeka june 23.�?louis h. Kummel former president of the packing co., and Virgil Pointer a Handy quot Many around the company Plant were bound Over for trial on charges of murder in the first degree in connection with the death of Roy Kramer vice president of the concern last March 26, at the close of their preliminary hearing before judge Hugh c. Larimer Here to to the associated Presa Washington june 23.�? Senate republicans at a conference today discussed but failed to agree on several substitutes for the finance committees veterans Relief Bill opposed by president Hoover. Or. Hoover in a letter to senator Watson yesterday transmitted views on the legislation by Secretary Mellon to the effect that it would necessitate in increase in taxes next year to avoid a deficit. Substitutes for the committee measure proposed by senators Reed Pennsylvania and Bingham Connecticut were discussed by the republicans but no definite plans were adopted to press them. Each was estimated to add an additional Cost of about $35,-000,000 to existing appropriations. Bingham a proposal was originally proposed by tire american legion. Passage of the committee Bill which to a modification of the measure passed recently by Hie House probably i scoutmaster said Johnson was Well versed in scout lore and had bedding. He carried virtually no food however and suffered a foot aliment which caused worry. Brinkley Mck of air by Hie associated press Washington june 23�?the court of appeals of the District of Columbia today ordered the Federal radio commission to allow station a feb Milford ka., to continue broadcasting pending determination of the station s Appeal. The station broadcasts talks by or. H. Brinkley a Goat gland girl to is tortured by would be extortionists by the associated press Fergus Falls minn., june 23�?found bound and with her face and body slashed Viola Holt 18, daughter of a. Wealthy Ottertail county Farmer today would delay tile Early adjournment told a Story of an attempt by three men plans of the leaders. A veto of the to extort $30,000 on threats of death commenting on his release said Forsythe was quot in the place innocently a he was sent there. He Isnit a hoodlum a a bul today they hunted him for murder police said they had no photograph or identification of Forsythe explaining that no rogues gallery pictures May be taken by police until the High court has sustained convictions. The police have held persistently to a theory that the murder of Lingle when solved would Trace Back to the Moran Aiello gang. Lingle who had a wide acquaintanceship among gangsters by reason of his work As a police reporter was known to be Friendly to Al Capone whose gang has Long fought the Moran Aiello group. Nees Freedom of press endangered by attacks by the associated press i Sault Ste. Marie. Mich., june 23.�? dangers of the newspaper profession a appear As imminent now As before a Chase s. Osborne former governor of Michigan today told members of the National editorial association at a breakfast Here today. The editors were on a great lakes trip following their convention in Milwaukee. Quot in Ohio a said or. Osborne a an editor who exposed crookedness is murdered. In Chicago a reporter who knew too much about the criminal layout is shot to death. In Minnesota a newspaper is suppressed exactly As a Mussolini would do it. All this in our own prideful America. The last attack is even More insidious and capable of Hurt. The Freak Panama governor of Louisiana. Huey Long proposed a tax of 15 per cent on the receipts grossed from the Sale of advertising space. There is no Justice and no precedent for such robbery. Nevertheless he might set a fashion if newspaper Folk Are not another big Gusher by the associated press Oklahoma City june 23�?�?owild Mary quot the shrew of the South Oklahoma City Oil Field has a sister of about the same calibre in the i. T. I. O. No. 4 Mary Sudik just one location South of the wild Gusher. The Well blew in this afternoon with a huge volume of Oil and Gas whipped by a South wind the Spray went nearly two Miles. Their trials were set for the april term of the Shawnee county District court the present term. Bond for both men remained at $25,000, though Glenn Logan. Shawnee county attorney asked that the amount be increased to $50,000. Judge Larimer denied the request. Pointer unable to Post the necessary amount was taken Back to the county jail where he has been since his arrest and alleged confession of the crime in which he implicated Kummel a few weeks ago. The former packing company president is at Liberty having posted Bond of $25,000 for his appearance at trial. No witnesses took the stand at the preliminary trial which was started last Friday. Seek to solve problem of employment in state by the associated press Topeka june 23�?representatives of organized labor and farm groups met Here today to discuss unemployment and other problems and to unite behind proposed legislation for their Mutual Benefit. More than too representatives of the Kansas federation of labor groups the quot big four Railroad unions and various farm organizations were in attendance at the opening session of the conference called by c. Beckman state commissioner of labor. The Early discussion included unemployment and suggestions that the three main groups get together behind legislative proposals which would be designed to improve their interests. A committee was named to draft resolutions. _ the labor and farm group representatives will be guests tonight at a dinner sponsored by local labor organizations at which a number of political office seekers and their representatives will have an Opportunity to speak. Broken Buss saw kills by the associated press Pittsburg ., june 23�?his Skull fractured by the broken Blade of a Buzz saw yesterday Urbon Faugh 25, died 45 minutes later. The Accident happened North of Pittsburg while Faugh was sawing Wood. The Blade struck him when the Home made saw driven by an automobile motor struck a knot in the Wood breaking the Blad. Measure probably would Lead to attempts to pass it again. Republican leaders believe this is Likely. Opening debate senator Reed hid the clerk read the president s letter and enclosures by or. Mellon and director Hines of the veterans Bureau. Interrupting at a Point where the president said the pending Bill went far beyond the Relief programs of veterans organizations senator Shortridge Republican said. Quot the president has been misled when he says the legion does not approve of this Bill. Ready for Ocean hop by the associated press Dublin Irish free state june 23.�? reports from Captain Charles Kingsford Smith s Camp this afternoon stated that the Sou them Cross was expected to Start from fort Mamock on her transatlantic flight at 2 30 a. In. Tomorrow 8 30 p. In. C. S. To today. Would Stop ii Ether a Prosperity statements quot by the associated press Washington june 23�?a Resolution i suited a from dynamite or nitroglycerine. Sheriff John Haynes and Coro president Hoover and Secretary Mellon at once quot to refrain from uttering any More prophetic warnings that the bejewelled goddess of Prosperity in her ship with Silken sails is iii the offing a was introduced today by representative Howard the Long haired Democrat from Nebraska. The recent quot Well meant prophetic utterances of the president and secrete members of her family. Blast kills two in car on Highway near Denver by the associated press Denver colo., june 23.�?conflicting theories were advanced today As authorities investigated the terrific mystery blast which yesterday killed a Man and woman and demolished their automobile on the Highway near Here. The bodies of the two identified As or. And mrs. Clifford Hogan of Hill City ., were hurled hundreds of feet by the blast which Tore the body of their car to bits leaving Only a twisted and cracked Frame in the Road. The wrecked automobile gave but meagre Dews As to the cause of the blast some authorities holding to the theory that a High explosive caused the tragedy while others believe the Gas tank exploded. The latter theory was advanced by Mitchael e. Sinter inspector for the u. S. Bureau of mines who found a Peculiar makeshift arrangement of five dry cells installed As an ignition system. A spark from this apparatus in his opinion jumped to the gasoline tank. So terrific was the blast that some investigators believed the explosion re production generally. In alms to make possible die reduction of stocks of merchandise and thus make Large amounts of capital available for reinvestment. The formula evolved by f. E. Raymond. Assistant professor of Industrial research is a set of equations which he believes May be applied to the Maze of costs involved in a $100,000,-000 business or a $500 business with equal Effic ulveness. Or. Raymond worked out his formula from a study of manufacturing processes Cost sheets and production records. A the figures Analysed a he said a Are in general the Cost of material labor and overhead Cost of capital invested in manufacturing operations As Well As inventories rental and space charges and certain losses from obsolescence and deterioration All of which must Bear a definite relation to Price if any Industrial activity is to be profitably conducted. Ile finds that invested capital in Many cases May be reduced without affecting earning Power. Savings May be effected he says by reduction in the Quantity of goods carried in inventories to meet current sales demand whereupon tile rate of capital turnover May be increased proportionately. Savings also May be made or. Raymond asserts by employing working capital to better advantage elsewhere in the business. Some capital May go toward Purchase of More highly developed machinery and thereby increase productive capacity of each operator. In some instances he says it is uneconomical to operate processes continuously under conditions of mass production when the consumption of the finished product varied widely from one period to another. The proper balancing he contends May achieve surprising economies. A it is encouraging to note a or. Raymond says a the interest with which progressive corporations already have adopted some form of scientific methods to control their policies. Scientific study of production is not new to them. Their books already Are in shape for this Type of mathematical a rebound on Stock Market Breiter Bew Tori his Heim 7.000,000 by the associated press new York june 23.�?the 1930 population of greater new York is Between 6,891.435 and 6,091,435 according to final census figures of four of the five Bot ought and an estimate of the population of the Bronx made today by g. M. Fayles a census supervisor of the Borough. The lower estimate would show an increase of 22 per sent in the five boroughs. Complete figures for four boroughs Are Manhattan 1,856,439. Brooklyn 2,596,154. Queens 1,082,212. Richmond Staten Island 156,630. With five of the eight Assembly districts of the Bronx now Complete or. Fayles estimated the 1930 population of that Borough As Between 1,200,000 and 1,300,000. Manhattan the skyscraper Center of greater new York is the Only one of its a boy for the Lindbergh Price recover after Early Selling heavy wheat up after new Low buyers show no desire to take offerings at a a bargain Levels the son born yesterday at the Morrow Home at Englewood n. By the associated press Englewood n. J., june 23.�?colonel and mrs. Charles a. Lindbergh Are the parents of a son. The baby weighing seven and three quarters pounds was born at 2 15 p in. Eastern Standard time yesterday in the Home where his Mother the former Anne Morrow was born. She became a Mother on her 24th birthday. Aside from the statement of the baby s birth and his weight no details of the event were forthcoming from the household of mrs. Ixia to Berghus parents ambassador and mrs. If ? a of Tuio Dwight w. Morrow except the state is 427,664 less residents than in 1920.1 Mother and baby were rest Brooklyn and Queens sawing mated j comfortably. A1 growth have gamed 577,789 and 613,170 respectively. By the associated new York june 23. Stock Market began the new week with a substantial rebound today after three weeks of almost steady declines. Heavy Selling Early in the Day was soon absorbed and prices worked steadily higher during the afternoon a Long list of popular issues closing $2 to $5 a share higher and a few issues Selling up re to More than $10. By the associated Prew Chicago june 23�?the Grain Market found new Bottoms today in a general Stampede to unload then groped its Way upward to an irregular finish. July wheat sold at a minimum of 89�?Ta cents a Bushel Only la cents above the Low Price of june 1914. The final prices for wheat were july 92 to 92 i september 95 i to a. And december $1.00 to %. These prices were i cent lower to % cents higher than saturday. For a time the Market seemed demoralized heavy Selling orders meeting no response from buyers. At one moment every future delivery in North american wheat pits was quoted under $1. A Bushel. Wheat sagged Threa cents below saturdays closing level and then came Back with a late rally. Corn moved up i to i \ cents a Bushel. July ending at 76 to 76�?~s. Heavy movement of newly harvested american Winter wheat weak foreign markets and sales to Stop losses combined with Good weather at Home and abroad to undermine Grain values. A rally in Stock Market values helped to revive Grain quotations. News of the arrival of the Lindbergh Atlantic City mayor one of 4 crossing crash victims by the associated press Absecon n. J., june 23.�?mayor Anthony m. Ruffu jr., of Atlantic City Ner p. N. Hatfield of Arapahoe county Are in charge of the inquiry. Delphos ., Pioneer Dies. By the associated press Salina ., june 23.�?george m. Billings 35, Pioneer Delphos business Man died. At Delphos this morning. He was cashier of the Delphos state Bank from 1880 until his death. He is survived by his wife mrs. Grace Bedell Billings who in correspondence with Abraham Lincoln when a Little girl induced him to grow whiskers. Or. And mrs. Billings had planned to celebrate their sixty first wedding anniversary this year. I heir spread rapidly to All parts of the i ant three other persons were killed. Country and to foreign shores and j today when an automobile was struck within a Short time a Parade of Mesby a Shore bound Philadelphia Atlan would Cut immigration by the associated press Washington june 23�?a 50 per cent forbids Long stunt flights reduction in the immigration quotas by the associated press for the fiscal year 1931 was proposed j the City of Mexico june 23�?presi-tary, the Resolution said have resulted in a Resolution today by chairman 1 Dent Ortiz Rubio today issued a formal in lower prices for farm James Reed to Europe by the associated press Kansas City june 23. A James a. Reed former senator who is regarded by Many missourians As a possible democratic presidential nominee Johnson of the House immigration com i order forbidding military aviators from i mite As a Means of combating in j engaging in Long distance flights. The employment. Sengers with congratulatory messages and bearing Flowers began to arrive at the Morrow Home. Radio stations interrupted their programs to broadcast news of the event which has been awaited with Lively interest for several weeks. A name had not been announced tic City express on a Grade crossing Here. Ruffu who was 52, was identified by papers in his pocket. The other dead Are John Wiley 52, his wife Lillian 40, of Ventnor and Margaret c. Siracusa 37, of Ventnor. The automobile. Mayor Ruffuss car. But. Charles a. Lindbergh or. For his was struck in the Center by the South father or Dwight Morrow Lindbergh i bound Pennsylvania Railroad train. The after his Grandfather were mentioned wreckage was strewn Over the tracks As probable choices. for More than too Yards and the Bod preparations which had been made for mrs. Lindbergh a reception in a new York Hospital were cancelled several Days ago and Hospital equipment and two nurses were installed in the Morrow Home. The arrival of messengers trooping up the drive to the House was the Only v Young Rockefeller weds by the associated press Europe. Cynwyd. Pa., june 23.�?miss Mary in Todhunter Clark of Cynwyd and Nel Short Story writer Dies 1932, will leave at 9 o clock this eve son Aldrich Rockefeller son of John by the associated press Ning on a Long Antoci Patch trip to d. Rockefeller. ., of new York were Clarksburg w. Va., june 23.�?meil Europe which he says is purely for married late this afternoon in the Ville Davisson Post 59, Well known pleasure and recreation. Mrs. Reed protestant episcopal Church of St. Short Story writer died today in a hos will accompany him. Sap he a Here. Petal Here. Order included col. Roberto Fierro. S8n about the Morrow Home to in who was forbidden to continue his dictate that so momentous an event had flight to South America Africa and Tolken place As the birth of a Young Lindbergh. There were even persons within the House at the time who did not learn of the birth until they left and were informed by outsiders. Among those were mayor c. P. Kitchen of Englewood and Daniel Pomeroy Republican National committeeman who had called on ambassador Morrow. A i am a bit mayor Kitchen said a for i left ambassador Morrow after 5 of clock and he never said a word about it. Come to think of it a gentleman passed me in a bit of a hurry while i was in the House but he talk to me. He must have been the mrs. Lindbergh who has been her husbands constant companion in the air since their marriage May 27, 1929, a continued her flying to within a few Days of the baby a birth. Last thursday she hew with colonel Lindbergh from Teterboro Airport to Hartford conn., and return. Ten Days previously she had accompanied him in a test flight of a Small monoplane. The Only description of the baby was the statement of a servant in the Morrow household who was quoted As saying that a the looks like his he has Blond hair and Blue eyes. Friends Eaid colonel Lindbergh took the news of his songs birth with an appearance of outward Calm but that the Grandfather ambassador Morrow gave Frank expression to his elation. They also said that the arrival of a boy conformed to the wishes of both colonel Lindbergh and his wife for a son. Mrs. Lindbergh had invited a few friends to celebrate her birthday with her. Plans for the birthday were hastily put aside for the Advent of Young or. Lindbergh. Mrs. Lindbergh is a graduate of 8mith College. Among her classmates she was known As a studious dreamy girl with a Talent Fqy writing poetry. Les so mangled that identification was almost impossible. Mayor Ruffu reputed to be extremely wealthy was a powerful polite Eal figure at the Shore resort where there have been several efforts to oust him. He had just finished a Short rest he took after being exonerated by the Atlantic county grand jury recently on charges of illegal practices in connection with the placing of the municipal insurance. Convicts relatives seek to Sway mrs. Happy Smith t by the associated press i Kansas City june 23 a uninvited relatives of three convicted Bank bandits who have been sentenced to hang july 24 for the murder of James h. A a Happy Smith policeman have been holding Impromptu prayer meetings in his widows Home. Mrs. Smith reported yesterday. More than a dozen times she said she had been called to the door Only to have her visitors push in. Fall upon their Knees and Pray. Then after pleas for her intervention with the governor they have prayer again and departed. Mrs. Smith said her reply is always the same quot i am leaving everything to Happy a Highway 40 i dangerous by the associated press Kansas City june 23.�?h. M. Brush state Highway Engineer in charge of the Kansas City division today urged motorists to use caution in travelling Highway no. 40. Main Kansas cloy St. Louis artery. Intense heat during several Days has caused j buckling of the pavement at expat san Points tile maximum lift of ther slab being five inches. Repair Crews cutting out several inches of Concrete at each Point of trouble will speedily repair the damage he said. Bishop Sidney Partridge of Kansas City is dead by tile associated press Kansas City june 23.�?nearly half a Century of service As a missionary in the Orient and As a High Church official at Home was terminated hero late yesterday with the death of the it. Rev. Sidney Catlin Partridge Bishop of the West Missouri diocese of the protestant episcopal Church to was 73 years old. Going to the Orient the year of his Ord nation As a sir p in Liny Bishop partridges missionary endeavours Here were interspersed with adventures from the first when he had been in China Only two years he once found himself the Only foreigner who could speak the language of the country on a shipwrecked vessel. He took charge of the situation when the officers lost control of the panic stricken passengers and the Crew do acted eating the 127 natives and six foreigners to safety. Bishop Partridge was a linguist being Able to Converse or write in eight languages. He read widely principally of theology but kept in touch with political affairs both Domestic and foreign. A extensive traveler in crossed the Ocean Many times and a Miv last summer visited the Scardi Muxin countries. He was fond of poetry wad wrote a number of Short detective stories with Oriental settings. His guess he frequently entertained with sleight of hand tricks

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