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   Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - December 21, 1930, Burlington, Iowa                                pyfififtl Today A Papal Flying Russias Slave Safe From jjr He Scores iEv ARTHUR M t Features have been done by important to human V i They have en and the world owes established Europes and sent missionaries r iviiizing among Indians and the Chinese O O O pope now appears as a of aviation niited Vatican city ter the by Mus room for a full sized The development of the and lands perpen have a small heli o o to scientific avia able the Pope at any pal territory for any ut entering upon ter Become O O O nations labor bureau about labor n All jobs are ob government quit by giving seven he Is called an deserter and for six afiihe although he skilled the gov him nothing to do but Then he is O O O much talked of Lb It certainly is not free a iii western world under Kiissia considers Industrial of life and as in consider military suc i iaier of life and i crisis we sent three M Europe without asking and If one deserted was something worse manual It was THE BURLINGTON HAWKEYE FIRST WITH THE LATEST WEATHER probably mow Sunday partly STAGE OF THE SUNDAY DECEMBER PAGES Price Per Copy Dally HOOVER SIGNS RELIEF MEASURES Burlington Officers Arrest Seize Loot a jo Industrial triumph i MIT as military iabor conditions horrify v arc We take It for iW4 iirit a boy of ed On Page Three MOWN WHEN SHI PS COLLIDE Search for Survivors Aban doned in Marine Disaster Off Danish Coast SCOREOFTHEFTS IN 2 COUNTIES THOUGHTSOLVED Arthur Post and Robert Stack Held Stolen Auto Recovered AND WHAT DO YOU WANT FROM SANTAr Vlotrd n hat had combed the for 24 hours to the earch survivors of marine disasters In r lie Danish the liner Oberon off rf vessels express i any further search and possibly to have been ho Oberon went later n a sea of Nearly a score of recent robberies that have taken place In Des Moines and Lee counties were believed solved last night with the arrest of Arthur Post and Robert according to Sheriff Delbert A truck load of which county officials and police say Post and Stack was brought to the police sta An automobile belonging to John 803 Jefferson which was stolen from South Main street December was also re and the two men being held are accused of the The arrests were made by Murray and Police Cap tain Sheriff Fred Weismann and Deputy Harry Coles of Lee county took Post and Stack to Ft Madison last Efforts will be made to secure indict ments against the men In both Arrested On Farm The officers of both counties have been working on the robberies for sev eral they said last Post and Stack have been living In an old Motor Boat club shack in Green Bay bottoms for more than a They were arrested on a farm on Flint The loot was found at the same Among robberies believed to have been solved with the arrests are In cluded the recent breaking into of the Dry Branch where two snare drums and two lamps were stolen the Will Hermlnghausen home In Madison and the Messck residence in Lee List of Loot Included In the many articles re covered are the One gas Continued On Page Three Sends Yule Card To Escapes Sentence in Jail Bu Tlif A Christ mas greeting card saved Thomas caped from the ves from a likely jail sentence Oberon was rammed is night in a dense the RAIL AND LABOR LINK PROBABLE Negotiations Under Way fori Brotherhoods to Affiliate With Federation h swam in the hc body of his d daughter in his Bu The Associated new cam He was brought before Magistrate paign was in progress tonight to af Leo Rothenberg on a charge of intoxi filiate the major railroad labor broth ication just after the magistrate had erhoods with the American Federation finished reading his which inof Labor to enable organized labor to meet its future problems with a solid front of Negotiations to this instituted by William president of the the two by I eluded a card from Osso f The i said I thought of picked up yOU Think of me today and be said the court were disclosed today by 6 Alexander president of Henry and Rothenbutg are well thg Brotnerhood of Railroad known to each the former liavI he appointment disaster who ar itfn said that when was so i see two the Oberon lie starboard shock and in less j In doomed vessels There was boats and passen of the crcw flung he a committee to confer Kansan Confesses WONT MOVE Colonel said tonight he moving ing appeared many times before the tar of justice and always on the same wjth a committce from tne In the belief of many labor the proposed affiliation of the brother hoods and the federation Is one of the most Important undertakings In the of Partner in this I Thus the negotiations with the trainmens brotherhood are the only ones but labor leaders are Witt Rogers Says To The HawkEye has been in ses sion almost a and just passed the very bills that Pres ident Hoover suggested in the first hour that It They could have passed em the sec ond but that would nt give em a chance to de A foreigner coming here and reading the congressional record would say that the president of the United States was elected solely for the purpose of giving a senator somebody to call a And the dumb part about it Is they have played right Into the presidents for there is nothing the people believe in any more than someone the sen ate is Six months like that and Hoover would be elected by WILL ROGERS LliCASNORRIS DEBATE WARM Republicanism of Nebraskan Challenged in Senatorial Expenditure Inquiry Last Call Is In For Goodfellows 116 MILLION FOR PUBLIC WORK IS MADE AVAILABLE For Drought Aid To Be Ready Fol lowing Holidays A few weeks ago when Miss secretary of the Social Service and Goodfellow talked matters things werent very There are scores of little children right here in Burlington to whom Santa Glaus simply cant said Miss and then she told of and girls who have faith in Santa who have every right to expect a few little same on Christmas But necessities must come first and all resources were being extended to provide food and fuel and But the kids must have their Christmas they are too little to understand depression and economic we just cant let their little hearts bear the burden of dis Insisted Goodfellow and he and Miss Harris called upon Chief Ostertag of the fire department and the campaign was launched for the Cash contributions to The Hawk where the secretary of the Good fellows club has permanent old toys to the Central Fire station where every enlisting as anoon and together with the measuru went to work repairing j authorizing for loans to and repainting the old drought stricken farmers to put in And for the past week things havejnext years crop was promptly been booming among I still be appro cash and toys and j This will be done Immedi Were going to not an empty j ately after thf holidays and mcan ocking In Burlington on Christmas while arrangements will t IBULLETIN The adjourned ut today for a two recess over the holidays after the wnate had kept In continuous ses sion for more than IS The senate panned thn bill ap propriating un additional 000 for the farm completing oonjrensloiml action on the meas dent Hoover late today signed the bill putting Immediately nt his disposal for new jobs on federal Improvements throughout the This emergency measure got through congress early In the aftei stocklng is coming true providing you who have not yet and feel that you come thru This is the last You who see the Joy of your own children In preparing for Christmas and looking forward to the coming of Santa You who find joy in making others a bit happier in this happy Dont overlook this be come a send or bring your cash no matter what its to the secretary of the Good fellows club at The If you have any toys that do not re quire much leave them at the fire station Thats but youll enjoy your Christmas a lot more in the knowl edge that you have helped make a little child To Stop and Look He Now Ed Is Back On Hospital Cot Ril The A Los said Edward upon this very an auto smacked me like a woke up on a Two days ago it and grim hospital walls have just released on the to make my Christmas Out in the street with painful tread The A Moiitcu re publican demand that Robert Lucas of Kentucky resign as executive dij limped Edward i Ill illustrate for he just how the thing was Then on the scene a swift machine bore down to aid the Now Ed ward reeks of Iodine once more hes on his cot be perfcrted for getting the loans to the Work To Start Soon The is available at once and will be put into immediate In his recommendations and in bis public statements concerning them the President has emphasized that work can begin All the technical phases such as tulning architectural planning and engineering have been completed on all the projects Included under fhe Hoover haa said actual employment under the bill can start In most cases within from one to three The In addition to allowing actual labor to on buildings and other will provide Inhor in various such as and in machinery manu which will supply mate The legislation completed emergency program recommended by President Hoover but as the senate gave final approval to the heard a for additional Two Dissatisfied Senators and tLisalled the appropri ation as a drop in the They Continued On Page Three Vu The JLssortzild Chief William Chambers said tonight that of Clay had confessed that he slew Bald his partner in cattle buying at Clay People Interdependent By CALVIN COOLIDGE x Copyright for The Burlington i is an axiomatic policy that it be conducted for the general As those with the larger resources can mselves the government is more particularly so licitous for the welfare of the less The question is how this best can be More and more our people are becoming inter A few are practically independ but the mass are connected with large producing Their welfare de pends not only on their own efforts and but on the ability and success of the manage ment of some large Only if the con cern prospers are they That is why the government encourages in It is difficult to assist the wage earner for he can be benefited by profitable to employ of our public service companies and industries feel restricted by elgisaltion and regulation that t operate profitably and so cannot employ wage uch complaitns merit careful Cer is but a wise administration of reg s increases greatly the employing power of the na CALVTN confident the plans will Include simi lar proposals to the Brotherhood of Locomotive the Brother hood of Firemen and Enginemen and the Brotherhood of Railway Conduc Together with the they have a membership of approximately Wild Oklahoma Gas Well Still Rampant Bit The Associated giant torch of Wild blazing gas weU at the citys continued to light up the countryside tonight in defiance of a corps of men laboring to ex tinguish Spurting its searing flame 150 feet into the air from amid the mass of twisted metal wreckage of valuable the gasser was burning an estimated cubic feet of gas Now All They Must Do Is Find the Cow Bv Tltf Aaociatfd master Ross and his force In times past have solved complicated riddles regarding the delivery of let ters addressed in vague bat a missive came today that has the best of the The address read El BL Who lives next door to Jenk Who owns Original Jefferson Manuscript Found Bu The Associated Jef fersons original written account of a meeting of the board of directors of the literary fund of the University of Virginia In 1824 came to light here The account was inscribed in Jefferj J sons own fine made famous in e the Declaration of Independence and signed by himself as It is contained in an ageyellowed book be longing to John Atlanta business rector of the republican national com mittee was made during neated debate In the senate late today over Lucas frank admission that he helped finance the last campaign against Senator in Senator Norris demanded that Lucas Senator challenged the republicanism of Norris and the latter replied with a denunciation of He gave his reasons for sup porting Alfred Smith in told the senate he had no apology for op posing Herbert Hoover and would do it If the republican national commit tee has any respect for Its reputation It will ask for Lucas resignation im Howell Lucas had told the senate campaign funds committce earlier in the day that he paid over out of his own pocket for antiNorris literature last October for circulation in Ne He said the national commit tee had nothing to do with but he wanted to see Norria defeated because a 15 Cities Represented At Air Line Conclave CAPONEAIDE IS CONVICTED Frank Als Financial Gets 18 Months for Income Tax Evasion POSTOFFICE BOBBED Bv Tltt Two men held up Postmaster Charles Brent and five patrons during the Christmas rush in the postoffice here late today and escaped with about in stamps and Weather Forecast cloudy to probably local snows in southeast por tion Sunday partly snow flurries in mostly fair In south somewhat colder in east portion Sun day mostly fair slightly colder hi southeast portion partly cloudy probably be coming Yesterday A year ERATUBES 19 Farm Board Accused Of Low Price Fault Bi The Arraorkitrtt busi ness men from 15 cities in six arrived here today to attend conference called by the Salina Chamj ber of Commerce and the Western Air Service corporation of this Cities represented are Omaha and Sioux Minne Winnipeg Sa Belleville and Oklahoma Ardmore and and Fort Worth and Wichita LONDON AIDS POOB The Astociated able organizations are massing for Tlif Alinrtatmt The i n ment got another man todayFrank The secretary in finance of the Capone alcohol and gambling synd irate whose share of the Capone profits for three y ars ending DecTn ber was pleaded a new departure in gangland His penalty was 18 months in Leavenworth penitentiary and a It waa the fifth scon for the gnv ernment in its relentless campaign against evaders of Income The government haa not lost a case since their drive against hunger and cheer it began to strangle the profits of lessness as they prepare for the final Illicit gombllng push in the days remaining before j Illicit political gambling By The Associated Oklahoma national president of the Farmers charged today the present low prices of cotton and wheat are being deliberately maintained by the federal farm board and that the board is using Its ability to lend money to farm organizations and vol untary cooperatives to force support for His views were expressed in a tele gram to Senator Walsh of indorsing the senators resolution ask ing an Investigation of the boards marketing Steel Company to Put 400 More Men to Work Bv TJa Anedated Ander works manager of Empire Steel company announced today that 400 men wffl be put to work Monday in the companys plant Jury Holding Shepard Fate Retires For Night Kansas fate of Major Charles army medical officer charged with poison ing his second rested late tonight with a sleeping The 12 Kansas family retired at after deliberating about five excluding a dinner Charged by Federal Judge Richard they received the case at Judge Hopkins Bald he would accept a verdict from the jurors They were Instructed that three ver dicts could be conviction of first degree murder with out which means and conviction without capital District Attorney Sardlus Brew he final that Shepard had put away his wife with bichloride of mercury because she stood In the way of love for Miss Grace stenographer of San Antonio who was a government witness in the Brewster did not directly demand the death Harry Class of of defense told the jury that Shepard had been crucified by government in what be termed a trumped up case of circumstantial ev He asked the jurors cot to guesa away a mans but to iwnd Shepard free to finish his days in re storing the wrecks of the The social life of the army formed the background for the sss   

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