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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 15, 1930, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home f V v C 11 II i S f t 6 Ail T o T r i i v Of S WO IM ES VOL XXXVI CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVRJET NEWSPAPER THAI MVKKS ALL NORTH lOUAXS AEIUHWOKS HOME EDITION u Favor of Secrecy Reed Thinks Public Should Know Lit tle as Possible i1 By CHAHLKS P STEWAUT ASHINGTON July 15 CPA the av erage citizen willing to admit he is too much of a chump to be trusted with full information con cerning his own affairs lest he butt in mis chievously it is hard to under stand how he can meekly accept the view o f statesmen like Senator David A Reed of Pennsyl vania that the more secretly public business is transacted the better it is all around That most folk are boneheads who ought to let the Intelligent few run their government for them un iaterfercd with is real Hamilton ian doctrine to be sure Perhaps it is correct too Nover thless would one expect the voters so 9lassified to concur in such a contemptuous estimate of them selves in the present day and age Once olden times when common people were more modest than they arc now But in this gen eration I wouldnt have supposed so TN fact T question if the pooh pooh attitude still assumed toward the populace by a few presentday poli ticians is a safe policy even for the David A Reedian type of them who have stvick to it thus far There are not so many of them as there used to be Reed is left and Senator Hiram of Connecticut and Sena tors Arthur R Gould of Maine and Old Joe Grundy of Pennsylvania Turn to Tnpe 2 Column IK mm KILLED STOCK TRAIN Former Mason City Is Heir to Millions Auto of West Burlington Men Hit at Grade Crossing 1 BURLINGTON July 15 Bosch West Burlington bank I er and Dr E E Kirkendall West Burlington physician were killed and A A Boach and E O Park were critically injured when their automobile was struck by a Cliica ligo Burlington and Quincy stock train here this morning John and Gus Bosch were direc tors of the West Burlington Savings bank of which E O Park is cash ier The men were going to a bank here to get funds to meet a railroad shop payroll and had picked up Dr Kirkendall president of their bank j The bodies of John Bosch and Kirkendall were burned and identifi f cation was made by personal belong I ihgs Physicians said Gus Bosch i who was severely burned may die j Park received a fractured arm i and leg which may have to be am putated I The automobile was going toward j Burlington J W Rentier crossing i flagman said he was unable to pur i the crossing gate entirely down be cause the car went on to the tracks where apparently the motor died I The automobile was struck by the locomotive and exploded The Miller Construction companys building j was on fire and a number of cat tle in a stock car were burned I aiThe democrats cant agree Qhether to be wet or dry so we uess the thing to do is stick with the republicans and be State Journal FLIGHT RECORD HOLDER IS NEAR DEATH Youth 19 Carried Five Miles Down Mountain on Stretcher rVENNINGTON Vt July 15 Frank Goldsborough 19 year old holder of the junior transcontin ental flight record who crashed In to a mountainside near here yester day is in a critical condition Dr John Trotter at the Putnam Mem orial hospital said today shortly af ter the aviator had been brpt to the institution Goldsborough has a fractured skull Eighteen hours after his plane had crashed inlo a mountainside in a dense fog he was found alive in the wreckage early today He was badly injured and uncon scious and orders were sent down the five miles of tangled wooded mountain for a stretcher Two or three hours were believed necessary to get him down to medical aid at Dunvillc Notch Discovers Wreckage Leonard Lawrence a stage driv er discovered the wreckage at a m after parlies numbering more than 100 had searched all last night since Donald Mockler Goldsbor oughs flight companion had come out of the with word of the accident Information sent down by a boy frort the party which found Golds borough said his pulse was beating regularly altho he was unconscious and groaning badly He was severely cut across the liead and chest and his legs were probably broken Tbe two were flying from Buffa lo N Y to Keene N H and had stopped at Schenectady N Y tak ing off from there intense fog was encountered within 15 minutes and the men became lost crashing about noon Snarclng Parties Formed Mockler was thrown free but was unable to pull wreckage off his companions body and after an Turn to PrtRc 2 Column 11 14 Killed in Strike Riots inAlexandria 250 Seriously Injured Egyptian Troops Sent ALEXANDRIA Egypt July 15 persons of whom eight were Europeans were killed in serious rioting during a general strike here today About 250 per sons were reported injured many of them seriously Most of the European shops fronting upon the square had their windows smashed The crowd tried to set fire to a police station but was driven off One English police officer was wounded The exact BROMLEY TUNES NEW PLANE FOR PACIFIC HOP W W Taylor H AUNT NET By Robert Quillen Amys girl was allowed to have ever foolish an no jiccoiint thing she wanted while she was little an wasnt surprised when she picked the same kind o thing to run off with 60Y HELD FOR KILLING NURSE Woman Is Found With Two Stab Wounds in Her Abdomen GREEN POND N J July If Woolsey M years old son of a Jersey City paint dealer was in custody today charged with the slaying of his nurse Miss Anna 1 Miller 23 years old Scranton Pa Miss Millers body with two stab wounds in the abdomen and five in the back was found yesterday in a ravine at the foot of Lookout mountain She disappeared Sunday when she left the summer home of her employers for a walk with the boy Young Woolsey who was describ ed by police as large for his age and of abnormal mentality was taken in charge when he walked in to police headquarters at Dover N J last night and asked for a nights lodging He wan turned over to state police who found the girls bod3 They said he confessed the slaying She had been employed as the boys attendant for the past three years ami came with him and his parents Mr and Mrs Harry Wool sey from Rldgewood N J Sat urday Was Harness I i MM HM H ova an UH m Ma k e r He re I Taken in One Of Legatee Most Daring Holdups Determined to elmle the misfortunes to Tokyo flight attempt over the Pacific Lletit new plane the City of Tacoma This time LH vd n rucked thvco ships In his attempt to make a i S old Hromlcy inset of Tncoma Wash is tuning up this ant IJroinlivv will fly iigninst competition tli Pacific T CASE Prospects of Reaching Early Vote Are Better XXTASHINGTON July 15 vocates of the London naval treaty were ready to rest their case before the senate today with a speech by Senator Reed republican Pennsylvania one of the delegates to the parley and then leave the burden of carrying on the debate to small but determined band Jf op ponents Prospects of reaching an early vote on ratification of the pact were increased by an informal agreement on the Morris reserva tion reached among friends of the treaty The reservation would stipulate that this government shall not be bound by any secret understandings or agreements which are not a part of the treaty It was submitted after President Hooverdeclined to give the senate custody of all papers relating to the London con ference At first it provoked opposition from friends of President Hoover and also from Senator Robinson of Arkansas the democratic leader He like Reed was a delegate to London and asserted no secret un derstandings existed Senator Isorris has agreed to eliminate the preamble of his reso liition telling of the refusal of the president to give the senate the papers Administration friends have agreed to accept it with this change and one of the big fighting points in the treaty debate seems to have been eliminated Dash Across Pacific Held Up for Test TACOMA Wash July 15 Delayed while experts groom their motors pilots to two planes which may race from Tacoma to Tokyo today said the flights had been post poned until Friday or perhaps even later The flyers had expected to take off Thursday at the latest Harold Bromley who expects to fly the monoplane City of Taco ma across the Pacific said it would take a day or so to get his craft in shape The motor is being completely overhauled on the Pacific Era which may race The City of Ta Pacific Brown BOONEPASTOR Says W W Taylor Brooklyn N Y one of principal heirs of Mrs Ida A Flaglcr who died in a New York sanitarium leaving a fortune of 515000000 grew up In northern Iowa and operated a harness shop in Mason City for a number of yerus Most of the older residents of the city remember him and recall par ticularly the fact that he owned i shop on the site now occupied by the Seney jewelry siiop on East State street This shop was pur chased from J B Tinker after Mr Taylor learned to become a harness maker in the shop of Fred Kuch known as the White Horse on I South Federal avenue approximate j Turn It 1iigc i Column o coma across Robert Wark Seattle pilots the and said North Eddie ten hours test Makes Attempt at Suicide When He Is Asked to Resign BOONE July 15 an attempt to commit suicide the Rev M H Geiken pastor of the St Pauls Lutheran church yester day was taken to the Clarinda state hospital The Rev Mr Green recently dis appeared for 10 days and his parish ioners said he had been acting queerly for some time The suicide attempt was made Sunday when he excused himself from a meeting at which plans were being made for him to resign He Miutrt fciiiu ecu nours Lest tuLiiiiiuu later will a slash in flying would be needed before the j wrist and made an effort to t 300 At Mooting BUFFALO CENTER July 15 The Karm Bureau meeting held In Lincoln township was attended by 300 jjeople A miscellaneous pro gram was given by the children The womens Farm Bureau servo ice cream FATE OF FLYER STILL MYSTERY Young Englishman Lost in Silence of Indian Jungle RANGOON Burma July 15 Indian wilderness today cloaked with silence and mystery the fate of the young British tor Eric Hook whom his companion Jimmie Matthews left in a dying condition on the banks nf a river near hero after a plane crash in the jungle Rescue parties penetrating the jungles feared that even if they did tind him eventually it would he too late to bring him out alive It was pointed out that they had long stretches of high hills to climb antl rapid torrents to struggle against before the area couk be covered England wisely permits radicals to talk And so wouUI America if the listeners were levelheaded Eng lishmen Diivonport Times returned later with a slush in hin from the house He was judged in sane lit 1 local hospital Markets at a Glance NISW YORK July 35 American Telephone rises 7 points TJ S governments improve Drivers Harris ad vances 12 points Foreign exchanges Irregular franc advances Cotton Higher unfavorable weather forecast Sugar Lnwcr oasirr spot mnr ket Coffee Rasy European selling CJHOAOO WheatFirm bullish weather Frenzy to Shoot Flint LOS ANGELES July 15 frenzy caused by brooding over stock market losses was offered to day by Frank Keaton 56 as an ex planation for his slaying of Motley Flint Los Angeles financier Rising from among the spectators as Flint stepped from the witness stand yesterday Keaton fired three Limes at the retired banker over the shoulders of Mrs David O Selznick wife of n motion picture executive As Flint collapsed Kea ton threw his gun at the financier and raised bis hands in surieuder Flint brother of former United States Senator Frank P Flint had been testifying in a 250000 recov ery suit brot by Mr and Mrs Selz nick against a bank once headed by the financier Keaton an Inglcwoud Cal real estate dealer Inter reenacted the shooting saying he knew Flint by name but never had met the finan cier I had nothing against Flint or the bankers associated witli him Keaton said at nn inquest today 1 dont know why I did it I lost a lot of money all my life sav ings thru investing in stocks they could have kept up REBELS OFFENSIVE PRUSSIAN HEAD WILL NOT JOIN IN FESTIVITIES Nationalist Troops Forced to mem Hindenburg Will Not Aic in Celebrating Troop Evacuation DERLTN July 15 LJ President Von Hindenburg threw something akin to a political bomb shell today when lie notified the Prussian premier Dr Otto Braun hat he must decline to participate n the festivities planned at Cob ence Treves AixLaChnpellc and Wiesbaden in celebration of the lib eration of German soil from foreign roops The presidents refusal was based ipon the fact that the Prussian government has not yet lifted the an on the Stahlhelm an organi sation of former service men who participated in the war President Von Hindenburg is an honorary nember of this organization Subject to Condition He said the Prussian government iad made the liftingof the ban subject to conditions from which am compelled to conclude that hese old front line fighters will not le permitted to meet me in closed ormations altho this form of dcm instration has been permitted to all other organizutions 1 am unable agree to this prejudiced troat llflLLMAR Minn July 15 Shooting down two women with machine gun and revolver fire five bandits in one of the most dining bank robberies in the norlhwesi held up the bank of Willmar a institution today and es caped with loot estimated at twecn and 510000 Neither of the women was seri ously wounded one Mrs Emil Johnson being shot in tho arm and leg and the other her 23 year old daughter Mrs Don Gildia wouudcl in the leg Two of the bandits were believed to have been wounded by shotgun slugs poured into their car by urousecl ciUyena us they ilualvvJ away from the bank building they had herded 25 customers ixiul employes into tx huddle during the raid and held 100 more at bay v side tlubank uudcr menace uf Uie machine gun WtmiiMl to Watch Sheriffs of nearly every county in Minnesota were warned to watch for the bnndita and the alarm was also broadcast to Iowa and North Dakota Two of the robbers were described as about 45 years old aiA the others about 35 About 50 shots were fired wild from the bandit cat and thotwl women walkingalong the sidewalk were struck Other bullets broko windows in parked automobiles and shattered glass in several buildings but no other persons wore believed to Have been hit John Evans an oil station em ploye and R s Paffrath armed ITnm In Iilso 2 Column small contract forecasts CornHigher stocks Cattle Weak Hogs Lower Are you sure its informntion 3011 want Senator Johnson and not am munition Kapids 5 Men Are Suffocated by Blaze in Gold Mine Childrens Hospital to Use Golfers Fund INDIANAPOLIS July 15 The James Whltcomb Riley hospital for children will shortly begin use of the SI000 Bobby Jones fund which the golf champion raised In an exhibition match here in 1926 in the development of a playground for the crippled inmates of the hos pital the executive committee of the institution announced today Altho the exact form of the play ground has not been decided It will bear the name of the famous At lanta golfer The Riley hospital is devoted exclusively to children California Forest Fire Swirls Thru Mine Buildings SACRAMENTO Cal July 15 UP miners died of suffocation from smoke which swirled thru the Glenn Gold mine as the surface buildings and surrounding forest were destroyed by fire yesterday The victims were James Campini Placerville E C Shepherd Rose ville G B Henry Sacramento Joseph Shearer Grass Valley and Tom Capitan address unknown The mine ordinarily employes seven miners two not being on duty Ixoscuo Team Called The cook house of the mine 8r miles east of here caught fire the flames spreading to other buildings and destroying I he compressor which supplied air to the shaft and Turn to rage 1 Column Leave Front Line Positions SHANGHAI July 15 IV The launching of a heavy offensive on the HaichowTungkwan railway from the northern alliance rehols was reported today in Japanese ad vice from Honan province Nationalist troops reports said were forced to abandon front line positions there and withdraw to sec ondary positions as the northerners continued their attack of the Stalilbeim An extensive iogrini had been mapped out for what was to have been a triumphal lour for the pres ident Since his accession to the presidency ho has not visited the third and last zone from which al lied troops have just withdrawn So long as there was a foreign soldier on German soil ho declined to visit orrupied territory llcolarod Illegal The position or the Stahlhelm in German politics has been n moot niif ever since its organization soon MURDER SUSPECT Date Set for Hearing of Case Against Emmett Peacock WASHINGTON July 15 Em lett Peacock Anamosn automobile caler hold in Jail hero in connec on with the shooting of Sheriff red Sweet and Marshal Aaron Jailed was visited yesterday by his and mother and father Conferences were held in the at ernoon between Peacocks family ntl attorneys Gcrogc Gorman of dar Rapds and Lto Thonm of Vashington Officials announced Mini nr had been set yot for hnnring of tho case rriirn ro 1nnr rolnmrt jqys British Ship Serves Liquor Outside Limit NEW YORK July in mors that a ship flying the British flag to dispense lifjuor o its pass engers outside the 12 mile limit during the international yait races next September have evoked a pro test from the American Steamship Ownersassociation H B Walker president said the association would appeal to the commissioner of navigation He said he had beard that the Royal Mail line planned to stalion the Araguaya on the race course off Newport R I during the clay and make the trips outside the 12 mile limit at j night when would bo availj able to the passengers J BEVERLY HILLS July 15 you think the senate aint Cuany get this Norris If there has been any trickery about this London treaty and we find it out no matter how old we are wo went to recall back our signatures and call the treaty null and void Now we dont know that there has been any rickcry fthati whats worry ing but if there has in onler that we the senators l may liavs nn alibi in case the whole tiling dont turn out PO good But in case it in Found that we have trickrit the other nations and that the treaty is a fine thing why I liis clausn dont hold Respectfully yours theU S senate Program Is Announced for State Convention Selecting Secretary State Nominee Final Travel in Europe Is Approaching Its Peak WEEKS FORECAST Mostly fair Tuesday nijht anil Wednesday warmer except In extreme northwest porliini Wednesday LOCAL STATISTICS Business DES MOINES July 15 program for the republican state convention tomorrow was announc ed this morning by Willis L Stern of Logan chairman of the central committee Convening at 11 a m the meet ing will start with the Invocation by the Rev C C Davis of Logan followed by the singing of Ameri ca and music by the Argonne Iost NEW YORK July 15 peak of the European travel rush so far this season will be reached tomorrow with 11000 passengers sailing on nine liners About 2000 passengers each will be carried on the North German Lloyd liners Columbus and Bremen he Leviathan of the United States lines the Cunarder Bercngaria and American Legion band Henry K Peterson of Council Bluffs will be introduced as tem porary chairman and to deliver the ui f keynote address Before the noon ll P schedules GlobeGanetto weather for 21 hour period ending nt 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday TJ Minimum in Xiiflit At 8 A M Tuisdty 711 Just a week ago Mason City vvs in the grip of n heat wave lh inimmiiM temperatures of winch were higher than Mondays mnx nuiin What 11 change Monday nights minimum of 1G incidentally will take rank with UIK chlilioiu nights recorded in Mason July weather records The weahor mans promise of wanner wonthor was well on the way to rnalizalinn Tuesday morning when at 8 oclock the temperature was within tvri grces of the maximum for the vions fluv the While Star liner Majestic Keen competition among steam ship companies this summer has iMvntnn utnjii lui IJUUII 11 L recess convention committees will pennlLs he shls to Kcl in be announced Commitco reports will open the afternoon session at 2 p m after Turn to lncn Column 2 extra voyage during the season For once in all history a Can i non went off without making a rc Tulsa World ;