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Burlington Gazette (Newspaper) - October 25, 1932, Burlington, Iowa WEATHER colder IOWA'S OLDEST RIVER feet 1 no since THE BURLINGTON GAZETTE WITH THE 10 ESTABLISHED JULY 10, 1837. OCTOBER 25, 1932. CENTS ROOSEVELT WINS IOWA STRAW VOTE BITTER BEING WAGED FIHl MISSOURI Judge Guy Fills Governor Nominee Post on Democrat Exposed as Fraud Jefferson Oct. 25.-(A. out unusual mildness but recently has developed into one of the most bitter In Missouri's Is being waged for political control In this border and of hen shouted from the stump in the far corners of the and the issue has become outstanding in tlic Democrats First raised by the Republicans against J. head of the powerful Kansas City Democratic the Democrats have hit charging that tho two major Republican Henry W. Kiel and Lieut. E. H. nominees for the United States senate and were by Arthur secretary of agriculture in the Hoover and Dr. E. B. Francis M. who had the support of in the primary for the Democratic which he decisively won over State Senator Russel died In leaving It to the state central committee to select his Out of a long list of avowed and potential Pendergast supported Circuit Judge Guy B. Park of Platte lifelong friend of Mr. One by one the candidates dropped out in face of the power of Judge Park's The as their state Arthur M. expressed renewed increased their cry of Tlie Park - Winter gubernatorial has attracted tho major although Col. Bennett Champ son of the late speaker of the is tho Democratic nominee for United States senator and one of tho party's chief Ho won in the supported Charles Kansas City Once regarded as safely Missouri has gone Republican in the last three presidential The have continued successful in Iti Due to tho failure of Gov. Henry R. and the last Democratic legislature to agree on a restricting Missouri's thirteen representatives In congress will bo elected at Missouri lost three representatives under the last With tho exception of Representatives Robert D. and James F. who were defeated in the all sixteen members of the present Missouri congressional delegation are nominees for The present delegation is twelve Democrats and four In addition to a United States mid thirteen national will elect an attorney state state secretary of state and three judges of tho supremo MOTHER REUNITED WITH RUMANIAN PRINCE MICHAEL Oct. 25-(A. of the youngest in was back with his mother to celebrate his eleventh birthday Princes in her own had sot a table with even candles grouped about a huge birthday She camo from London yesterday to spend this day with her and because of tho complicated domestic situation In which she and King Carol arc there is much talk about tho possibility of a reconciliation with the They brought from by automobile this afternoon and drove right to his mother's She was waiting and as the boy stepped from the car she took him In her kissed him fervently on both cheeks and hurried Nearly a year of posing as the last German war prisoner to be freed ended when revealed as an Ho had lived with the mother of the real Oscar killed in the Tho Impostor's stories of brutality in an Algerian camp were widely He had been feted throughout Germany as a national The real mother still believes this is her CAPTURE TWO BM ROBBERS Two Companions Escape After After Battle in Elect Kill Dry Smith La Oct. 2G.--(A.P.)-Two of four bank surprised at the State bank oC were captured today after a series of gun battles extending over two The light look place at the bank in the of MIndoro in La Crosse Tho last was at Black River in Jackson two of tho on Page GO BACK TO WORK Milita Stands By at While 200 Men Coal HUSBAND ELOPED WITH HER WIFE'S SUIT SAYS 111., Oct. - old about the married man not caring for his mother-in-law may not apply in the case of Ted Ills In divorce court her liad eloped witli lior court withheld 111., Oct. 25.-(A.P.)- mine No. 7 at closed more than two months ago by an invading army of resumed operations today with more than 200 men whilo a heavy guard of militia stood but there wore no attempts at Tacks intended for automobile tires were strewn alon tho road leading to tho but no pickets Small groups of local miners lounging about wore kept moving by the Number 7 was tho mine in Chritian county since the arrival of troops hero moro than live weeks ago to Quoll disturbances growing out of tho in which one miner was shot to death and many others Roosevelt Vote Tour Nears End Aboard Roosevelt Special En Route To Oct. 25.--(A-P.)-His voice so hoarse that he spoke with Governor Roosevelt today made his appearance of the campaign in North greeting big crowds that gathered along the route of his special Aboard Roosevelt Special En Route to Oct. 25,-(A.P.) Franklin D. homeward bound on the final stages of his last big stumping pushed rapidly northward today across two southern states which cast their electoral votes lor Hoover in 1928. Only brief stops were planned In these two Carolina and pressing on toward scene of the final speech of the trip The special arrives in New York Wednesday and thereafter the governor will do his battling in the populous slates of the north Atlantic With 15 minute stops at N. and scheduled for 9:30 a. and 1:30 p. the governor hade goodbye to the southland and the border state of which was found in the Hoover column in 1928. After conferences with senators and governors who Hocked around him in Atlanta Governor Roosevelt said ho now believed it certain he would bo He left Atlanta last night after a two day visit culminating in a mass meeting which packed the city's big auditorium to the rafters while hundreds of others clamored in vain for In his first address delivered in tho heart of the south by a Democratic presidential nominee in many Governor Roosevelt repeated his pledges for aid for the farmer through easing the farm mortgage situation and raising agricultural prices by a tariff Secretary Hyde as well as President Hoover served as the target of pointed believe that we owe It to tho farmers of America to have as secretary of agriculture an agricultural leader instead of a political he In this connection an open boom for senator from South for the post of of agriculture in the event of Democratic success was launched by a delegation from his state at the conferences President Hoover was accused by Mr. Roosevelt of advocating a of based on the theory that there can ho no help for the farmer or the laboring man prosperity returns through some kind of Blow process of world ' I enough of an ho believe that such a restoration of prosperity in this country revival of mass purchasing will do more to world recovery than all of tlie promotional schemes of lending money to backward and crippled countries could do in In this respect I am for America WOMAN CAPTURES HUSBAND LETS HIM ESCAPE Oklahoma Oct 25.-(A.P.) - Armed with a butcher Mrs. Virgil Mitchell captured a youthful burglar and marched him into custody of lier working at a Tho culprit escaped while was Questioning THOUSAND IN JERSEY TOWNS Put Roosevelt in White Is Closing Plea of 1928 Standard ON AIR Is Central Roosevelt from - Republican Radio P. women's Miss Mary E. Woolley and Miss Ada MIDWEST INSURGENTS CONFER Hoover Will Speak Friday in Indiana Oct. 2.")- Hoover will a rally in Friday and return to the capital Oct. 25.-(A.P.)- With tho ballot boxes opening two weeks from President Hoover morning held in abeyance final as to nis plans over remainder of During morning he received no visitors other the of his family who met Willi him in cabinet No of completed campaign plans is it was said in to 1)0 thai llin executive intends to the situation is hottest at the and his plans accordingly on short Returning from his swing Into the climaxed by his Detroit the president laid tentative plans for a trip to Indianapolis and possibly to Chicago before delivering his next announced addresses In Newark and New York next Although sources these tentative no announcement been reports continued In circulation that Mr. Hoover make a transcontinental trip during tho last week of the but such a trip has not been Mr. Hoover spent a brief time at work in tlic Lincoln study of the Willie morning before his desk in tho executive N. Oct. 25.-(A.P.)- Jubilation rang in the Democratic camp today over the welcome that the state Democracy gave its idol happy when he came back last night to sound his major call for the election of Roosevelt and One man died of a heart attack and GO were injured in a jamming crush of cheering Democratic leaders said it was one of the greatest political demonstrations in New Jersey's Calls Hoover Inside the armory a throng estimated of police at 20,000 heard and saw an hour before his Police Commissioner Edward Reilly estimated that persons choked the streets that later became tho triumphal pathway of Alfred E. Criticising President Hoover as dry leader of tho United he devoted much of his speech to ridiculing the Republicans on He assailed them on charges of deception and Smith claimed authorship of the Democratic repeal plank and assailed the Republican plank as holding out sop to tho wets and a little bone to the He called on New Jersey to make the senate Oct. 25,-(A.P.)-Ac-Democratic at tlie next session by | companied by President Hoover's re- Two midwest political Senators Henrik and George W. Nebraska are shown talking politics at Minneapolis when Norris arrived there in his campaign in behalf of Gov. Franklin D. Press TARIFF BOARD OPENS INQUIRY List of 18 Industries in 30 States to Be Studied in electing Percy Stewart to succeed the late Dwight And in he said the of the Democratic ticket is tho best way to solve these problems and the best way to bring back election of Roosevelt and Hero's His return to the armory he made a campaign speech in 1928 bore the aspects of the home-coming of a The crowd that jammed tho cavernous drill with Its bunting draped rafters and its criss-cross of brilliant cheered On his way from the Holland in Jersey thousands on Pago HEALTH UNIT PLAN Every County in S. Should Have President Oct. 25.-(A.P.)- President Hoover favors of a program to reduce a constructive measure ol public He supported this action before the American public health association last in a brief address to tho opening mooting of a four-day session It was presided over by Surgeon General Hugh S. Gumming of tho public health quest for quick tho tariff commission today had a list of 18 industries in 30 states before it for investigations into the adequacy of existing import Mr. Hoover submitted tlie list industries and localities whero there has been actual increase of unemployment or alternatively where it is inevitable that it will increase from and directed Chairman O'Brien to investigata the tariff rates in connection with depreciated currencies He added in his letter to it shall prove that tho difference in cost of production between liere and abroad in these have altered the basis of tho tariff I wish to receive recommendations of the tariff commission at tho earliest possible The president had told an audience in W. durin last HALF MILLION TO GREET ROOSEVELT IN NEW YORK CITY New Oct. 25.-(A.P.)-Democratic national headquarters announced today that Police Commissioner Edward P. had been requested to make arrangements to handle a of 500,000 persons when Gov. Franklin Roosevelt arrives Thursday night to attend a testimonial dinner tendered by tho stage and screen division of tlic campaign The Democratic presidential candidate arrives from his southern campaign tour tomorrow morning and then goes to Albany or Hyde arriving back here at 8 o'clock Thursday evening for the He will be greeted Thursday evening at Grand Central terminal bv a torchlight parade which will march across 42nd street to Times Amplifiers outside tho Astor where tho dinner will be will carry at the dinner to street HUNT DRIVER WHO HID BODY OF LAD HIS AUTO KILLED N. Oct. 2,';-(A.P.) -A motorist who killed a little boy on a then hid the broken body In scrub oaks three miles away was sought by police and 11, was playing with his twin brother William Sunday near his Long when tho car bore down on William a man and woman shouted to us to look said all I William was knocked but not badly The boy of Joseph not found until when a posse came upon it three miles Police learned two women were with the 4274 VOTES IN ENTIRE STATE I Murphy Has 4,681 Edge Field While Turner Leads JAPS TO OFFER Details of Idea Worked Out in Tokio Are Kept in Closest GIVE 3,406 JOBS ON ROAD PROJECTS trip he had asked the commission to Emergency Federal Aid Work tariff rates in tho light of t depreciated foreign included in tho submitted by tlie president for Investigation and grass tooth and electric light rubber boots and leather canned dried iron and steel metal lumber Tho list named in the following states as locations of New Rhode New Mr. Hoover said that after his la tho 1927 Mississippi od he had called conferences ex flood out of the idea of the most means of strengthening the public servico in harmony Willi the spirit of our American this I mean idea of the county health the president every county in tlie United States should set up for itself as its minimum health a unit consisting of a a sanitary engineer and a trained units were in 100 counties in the Hood lOWAN IS NAMED KENTUCKY COLONEL Oct. 25.-(A.P,)- Dr. J. Slocuin of today appointed a colonel on ilic slate of Governor Ruby of Louisiana and BACK FROM VISIT WITH RELATIVES ABROAD New Oct. 25-Miss Betty who was nursemaid for the and Lindbergh arrived from England today on the liner Caledonia and sped away from the pier in an bearing Jersey license Information Given Out Des Oct. 25 - aid road projects in Iowa to 3,40t) sialic reports The lias for of paving and 51' miles of lo bo paid for from an advance of federal funds made i available for employment ' under an act passed near itie close of tho last Iowa's of the federal advance i was fixed at About remains for additional Starting dates on most of the emergency were in September and tho work is scheduled to be next I not later than July 1, 1933. i Under tlic federal act tlic i ment was as far as among laborers names ' county i is to men de- j pendents and week for laborer is set at labor being used over for unskilled labor is cents per and fur skilled labor 60 cent- 3,40fJ men was com on employed Oct. 1, C 1932, By The Associated Oct. 25.-(A.P.)-Japan has decided to propose her own comprehensive scheme for reduction of naval armaments to the disarmament conference at a high official told the Associated Press The Japanese It was will neither accept nor reject the American and British schemes for cuts In naval but will offer a distinctly Japanese Tho details of the an idea of its general are being held in the closest secrecy for the time The Associated Press was that the scheme embraces all the naval and will bo complete enough to stand alongside the Hoover and Baldwin President Hoover has suggested i a nearly one-third general cut in j This envisaged reduction by one-third of all tonnage and the naval i reductions in treaty tonnage I of aircraft cruisers and destroyers by and submarines by with no nation having more than 35,000 tons of Great Britain's last disarmament plan involves placing the Washington and London naval treaties established ratios between Great the United States and Japan at approximately 10-10-0 in a world Great Britain to the policy of abolition of submarines and certain methods of but is opposed to limitation by reduction of specific categories of naval Tho cabinet's approval of Japanese which it was understood naval ministry had already was given at a session Immediately afterward the plan was cabled to Japanese delegation at It is ilie plan will be divulged prior to reconvening of tlie disarmament conference in Geneva next but the Japanese delegation at Geneva or in various capitals may apprise the principal naval powers of HOOVER'S CLAIMS on Page 3.)' Franklin D. Democratic nominee for president of the United led President Herbert by a margin of 4,274 votes in the straw vote poll of the Iowa Daily Press according to official returns The total vote on president in tho papers in which a ballot was 58,754, Roosevelt received a total of 31,178 votes while 26,904 went to Hoover and to socialist Roosevelt topped Hoover In both the men's and the women's carried the first congressional district In both those divisions as a matter of carried seven of the nine congressional districts In the Murphy Leads Louis Democratic nominee for the United States led the straw vote poU for this having a lead of 4,681 over Henry The poll 28,669. Field 23,988 and Smith W. 6,375. Murphy led Field and In both the men's carried the first congressional district in both those divisions and was victorious in all but three ot the nine congressional in the for Governor Dan was winner over Clyde In the straw vote for governor by the narrow margin of 522 The returns show 27,728, Herring 27,206 and Long 2,557. carried the first congressional but Turner carried five of the nine districts in the More men cast their vote for Herring but Turner's total was boosted by a women's vote than was accorded The vote ot both men and women in the first district in favor of The total vote in the conducted by 29 papers in Iowa outside the city of Des Moines imder the auspices of tho Iowa Dally Press was as For For senator For The state returns include au returns received at press association headquarters in Des Moines 1 p. m. on 9nal time for the return of the Only an average of four days were given to cast ballots and they are regarded as being representative of the various congressional In connection with the vote herein the congressional division lines over the state are of interest and a map showing auch divisions appears elsewhere Declares President and Associates Are Bewildered by Miss Gow say whether administration destination was the home of an in tins number because ot the 30-hour v. eek provision and inci eased DIKS 1 Oct. 20.-(.X.IM I J. S. 77 of j ' died hero last her destination was the home of Col. Charles A. Lindbergh at N. or the estate ot Mrs. Dwight mother of Mrs. at j for last and visited her D. C. Oct. Garner said today that Hoover aud his associates so involved in and apologies for a task poorly done that they aro no longer able to present their own contentions logically or he said in a statement the Democratic national himself into a self fury because promised a saving uf a billion dollars in uu Page U. BOARD DENIES FIELD RADIO PLEA D. C. 25--(A.?.) -An application by Henry Republican senatorial nominee from for increased facilities for his radio station at has been refused consideration by the radio The commission today returned the application on the ground that Iowa has moro than its quota of radio AUTO DRIVER S. 25-(A.P,) - W. M. was killed and was not when their cars collided head-on near here j THE WEATHER Generally colder in the south central and extreme eaat portions Wednesday fair rising Rain and a o m what colder Wednesday colder in tremo east Partly probably except in portion Wednesday slightly warmer in west and north Paul 1.5; rise 0.1. i-a Crosse 1.5; no Dubuque 0.0; rise 0.1. Davenport 0.1; rise Keokuk 0.7; rose 0.2, St. Louis 0.3; 90 Cairo 14.0; 1*11 l.l. Hev 9>7i. UU
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