Burlington Hawk Eye, December 21, 1930

Burlington Hawk Eye

December 21, 1930

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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - December 21, 1930, Burlington, Iowa Today ,4 Papal Flying Field. Rai^ia’s Slave Ijibor* ^fe From Volcanoes. \jr Shaw, He Scores I s. jgH ARTHUR BRISBANE— THE BURLINGTON HAWK-EYE “FIRST WITH THE LATEST” STAGE OF THE BIVER—No report. (Dally or    M M \v a »¡I iho »ur . a i TU Ri Russ ¡ai 3mNMLUS€ t gf.t by King Features Syndicate, luc.1 bings have been done by , pes important to human e. They have en-hf* arts, ind the world owes _ gieatest pictures, statues, 't n,.y established Europe’s *;f>- and sent missionaries ,n(J civilising among Indians * i^akes *nd the Chinese 0 0 0 • * Pope now appears as a remoter of aviation ,and important direction. niited Vatican city ter-,j • ) the Papacy, by Mus-not room for a full sized The Pope, therefore, development of the •hat rises and lands perpen-i will have a small heli- o o o IK1 \,nt to scientific avia-able the Pope at any j ipal territory for any ■ it entering upon ter- ma * become hostile. o o o ■ of nations labor bureau information about labor Russia. All jobs are ob-, i government agencies, uau an quit by giving seven dors quit, he Is called an deserter” and for six 'ter he quits, although he sghly skilled man, the gov-ires him nothing to do but or. Then he is reinstated. o o o R lssl&’s much talked of It certainly Is not “free •he western world under- Russia considers Industrial natter of life and death, as tions consider military suc-tei of life and death, itary crisis we sent three a *o Europe without asking ission, and if one deserted ent was something worse .it manual labor. It was rudders industrial triumph tit as military triumph, abor conditions horrify us, arc new. We take it for it a boy of eighteen, tired. cloudy, probably snow Sunday; Monday, partly cloudy.V\' ' ."Y{.    WV- ; .V-V V'-''-• ^Olst Year. No. 169. BURLINGTON, IOWA, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21. HOOVER SIGNS RELIEF MEASURES Burlington Officers Arrest 2, Seize LootIK MR1I0N FOR PUBLIC WORK IS SCORE »THEFTS IN 2 COUNTIES THOUGHT SOLVED Arthur Post and Robert Stack Held; Stolen Auto Recovered AND WHAT DO YOU WANT FROM SANTA?” ued On Page Three) SHIPS COLLIDE don for Survivors Aban-ed in Marine Disaster Of? Danish Coast ;. /■ A r,ociated Press. n, Denmark, Dec. 20.— -is ’hat had combed the attegat for 24 hours to-iy abandoned the earch additional survivors of w< rst marine disasters In f fhe Danish coast, the • - Fiui«h liner Oberon off rs of tho vessels express-‘ * hat any further search successful. 10 persons, and possibly believed to have been n t he Oberon went down. tithed later In a sea of hat escaped from the ves-r.h Oberon was rammed • last night in a dense j v *?er-«hip, the Arcturus, j * •; coincidence, the two mmanded by brothers. k and Osso Tjelt. The trag-dy. picked up 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 Stack, according to Sheriff Delbert Murray. A truck load of loot, which county officials and police say Post and Stack stole, was brought to the police station. An automobile belonging to John L. Glass, 803 Jefferson street, which was stolen from South Main street December 10, was also recovered, and the two men being held are accused of the theft. The arrests were made by Murray and Police Captain R. E. Goodman. Sheriff Fred Weismann and Deputy Harry Coles of Lee county took Post and Stack to Ft Madison last night. Efforts will be made to secure indictments against the men in both counties. Arrested On Farm The officers of both counties have been working on the robberies for several days, they said last night Post and Stack have been living in an old Motor Boat club shack in Green Bay bottoms for more than a week. They were arrested on a farm on Flint creek. The loot was found at the same place. Among robberies believed to have been solved with the arrests are included the recent breaking Into of the Dry Branch school, where two snare drums and two lamps were stolen; the Will Herminghausen home In Ft. Madison and the Messek residence in Lee county. IJst of Loot Included in the many articles recovered are the following:    One    gas Last Call Is In For Goodfellows A few weeks ago when Miss Harris, secretary of the Social Service league, and Mr. Goodfellow talked matters over, things weren’t very encouraging. "There are scores of little children right here in Burlington to whom Santa Claus just, simply can’t come,” said Miss Harris, and then she told of ’‘cases '—little boys and girls who have faith in Santa Claus, who have every right to expect a few little toys, some candy, on Christmas morning. But necessities must come first and all resources were being extended to provide food and fuel and shelter. ‘‘But the kids must have their Christmas joys, they are too little to understand ‘depression’ and ’economic conditions,’ we just can’t let their little hearts bear the burden of disappointment,” insisted Mr. Goodfellow and he and Miss Harris called upon Chief Ostertag of the fire department and the campaign was launched for the children. Cash contributions to The MADE AVAILABLE 845,000,000 For Drought Aid To Be Ready Following Holidays i BULLETIN] R > I he Associated Pres*. Washington, D. U., Dee. 21__ I Sunday]—Congress adjourned at 12:05 a. m. today for a two weeks* recess over the holiday» after the senate had kept In continuous session for more than 13 hours. The senate passed the hill appropriating an additional $150,«wi,-000 for the farm hoard, completing congressional action on the measure. By The ,t **ociated Press. Washington, D. C., Dec. 20.~ Pr* m-dent Hoover late today signed the bill putting $116,000.000 immediately at Hawk-! disposal for new Jobs on federal Eye, where the secretary of the Good- Improvements throughout the nation, fellows club has permanent quarters, This emergency measure got old toys to the Central Fire station through congress early in the aftei-where every fireman, enlisting as a ;noon and together with the measure Goodfellow, went to work repairing authorising $45.000,000 for loans to and repainting the old toys—    | drought stric ken farmers to put in And for the past week things have jnext year’s crop was promptly signed, been booming among Goodfellows, I The $45.000,000 must still he appro- cash and toys, toys and cash. j printed. This will be done immedi- We’re going to win, “not an empty j ately after Jhe holidays and mean-stocking in Burlington on Ch-ristmas" j while arrangements will be perfected Is coming true providing you who for getting the loans to the farmet*» have not yet given, and feel that you can, come thru now. This is the last call. \ ou who see the joy of your own children in preparing for Christmas and looking forward to the coming of Santa Claus, \ou who find joy in making others a bit happier in this happy season, Don’t overlook this opportunity, be- Work To Start Soon The $116,000.000 is available at once and will be put into immediate u«e. In his recommendations and in bis public statements concerning them the President has emphasized that work can begin immediately. All the technical phases such as . b-t.lining sites, architectural planning (Continued On Page Three) Sends Yule Card To Judge, Escapes RAN AND LABOB LINK PROBABLE Sentence in Jail Negotiations Under Way for Brotherhoods to Affiliate By The Associated Pres». Pittsburgh, Pa., Dec. 20.—a Christ-    With    Federation mas greeting card saved Thomas     ___ Henry, 48, from a likely Jail sentence trvtav    By lire Associated Press. „    v. v.. u , w .    *    Cleveland,    O.,    Dec. 20-A new cam- Hc was brought before Magistrate paign was in progress tonight to af-Leo Rothenberg on a charge of intox- filiate the major railroad labor broth-ication just after the magistrate had erhoods with the American Federation finished iead.ng his mail, which in- ¡of Labor to enable organized labor to eluded a card from Henry.    j meet its future problems with a “solid ‘‘Judge,” said Henry, "I thought of front” of 3,500,000 members, you yesterday. Think of me today Negotiations to this end, instituted as h swam in the and be lenient.” id    k-9    I “Discharged,” said the court. •id daughter in his i    b j Henry and Rothenbuig are well known to each other, the former having appeared many times before the t ar of justice and always on the same charge. disaster who ar-n said that when 1 fog was so dense t see two yards, imed the Oberon starboard side. 5 -«hock and in less doomed vessel’s *>od* d. There was boats and passen-of the crew flung ? water. 1 tVDHl Ri.HS WON’T MOVE l*c. 20. — Colonel gh said tonight he >f moving west. by William Green, president of the feedration, were disclosed today by Alexander F. Whitney, president of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, when he announced the appointment of a trainmen’s committee to confer with a committee from the federation. In the belief of many labor leaders, the proposed affiliation of the brotherhoods and the federation is one of the most important undertakings in the history of organized labor in this country. *    !    Thus    far,    the    negotiations    with    the u The Assort press    ;    trainmen’s brotherhood are the only Wymore. Neb., DecT 20-Police Chief I one*. ,r*?^cd’ .but    “ William Chambers said tonight that L. S. Bigler, 29, of Clay Center, Kans., had confessed that he slew L. Baldwin, his partner in cattle buying at Clay Center, Kans. Kansan Confesses Slaying of Partner Will Rogers Says: To The Hawk-Eye: 1TOLLYWOOL), Calif., Dec. A A 20.—Senate has been in session almost a month, and just passed the very bills that President Hoover suggested in the first hour that It met. They could have passed ’em the second hour, but no, that wouldn’t give ’em a chance to denounce. 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 horsethlef. And the dumb part about it is they have played right into the president’s hands, for there is nothing the people believe in any more than someone the senate is denouncing. Six months like that and Hoover w*ould be elected by acclamation. Yours, Will Rogers LUCAS-NORRIS DEBATE WARM come a Goodfellow, send or bring und «‘n&ineering have been completed your cash donation, no matte«’ what jon the projects included under the it s size, to the secretary of the Good- ] re(,°min^ndations. Mr. Hoover has fellows club at The Hawk-Eye, and, *said actual employment under the bill if you have any toys that do not re- Cftn start in most cases within from one to three months. The bill, in addition to allowing actual labor to .«tart on buildings and other projects, will provide lshor ?n various industries, such as steel, briek, quarrying, and in machinery menu* facturing. which will supply iflate-rials. The legislation completed t ho j emergency program recommended by | President Hoover but as the senate Back On Hospital Cot **ve flnal approvalto ,h i116000^ quire much repairing, leave them at the fire station Monday. That’s all, but you’ll enjoy your Christmas a lot more in the knowledge that you have helped make a little child happy. To Stop and Look He Forgot, Now Ed Is Republicanism of Nebraskan I Challenged in Senatorial Expenditure Inquiry By The Associated Press. Los Angeles, Calif., Dec. 20.—“Right I it heard a new appeal for addiMoral relief. Two Dissatisfied Senators LaFollette, republican, re- S here,” said Edward Partington, “upon I Wisconsin, and Walsh, democrat. I this very spot, an auto smacked me &lH«»achusetts, assailed the approprt-! like a ton—I woke up on a cot. Two at*on •* a “drop in the bucket.” They days ago it happened, friend, and grim 1    ~    ...    , ,    .    _    _    „--- — , hospital walls have Just released me, j    ntinued °n Pa*e Three) | on the mend, to make my Christmas calls.” Out in the street with painful troad | By The A ssociatc* Press. Washington, D. C., Dec. 20. A publican demand that Robert H. Lucas of Kentucky resign as executive di- \ limped Edward Partington, rector of the republican national com- ^ ^ illustrate for you, ’ he said, “just mittee was made during neated debate | h°q'Vhpt^e thlfig WaS donP‘ ’ in the senate late today over Lucas’!    t.he    a    "will    machine fmnW nrlmisQinn tKot Ho h.lnsrl    b01    e    dOVl    n    to    aid    the    plot.    Now    Ed \ People Interdependent By CALVIN COOI.IDGE I? •    *or The Burlington Hawk-Eye. • ■ i* FOX, Mass., Dec. 20.—It is an axiomatic policy t ninient that it be conducted for the general die people. As those with the larger resources can d ives the government is more particularly so-licitous for the welfare of the less fortunate. The question is how this best can be done. More and more our people are becoming interdependent. A few are practically independent, but the mass are connected with large producing organizations. Their welfare depends not only on their own efforts and skill, ut on the ability and success of the manage-ment of some large concern. Only if the concern prospers are they secure. That is why the government encourages industry. It is difficult to assist the wage earner directly, for he can be benefited by profitable to employ him. of our public service companies and industries feel ^ muon restricted by elgisaltion and regulation that ^ operate profitably and so cannot employ wage -uch complaitns merit careful consideration. Cer-• on is necessary, but a wise administration of reg-^ncreases greatly the employing power of the na- CALVTN COOLIDGE. confident the plana will include similar proposals to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, the Brotherhood of Firemen and Enginemen and , the Brotherhood of Railway Conductors. Together with the trainmen, they meeting of the board of directors of the last campaign against Senator Norris, republican, in Nebraska. Senator Howell, Norris’ colleague, demanded that Lucas resign. Senator Glenn, republican, Illinois, challenged the republicanism of Norris and the latter replied with a denunciation of Lucas. He gave his reasons for supporting Alfred E. Smith in 1928, told the senate he had no apology for opposing Herbert Hoover and would do it agaki. “If the republican national committee has any respect for Its reputation it will ask for Lucas’ resignation immediately,” Howell said. By The Associated Press.    Lucas    had told the senate campaign Atlanta, Ga. .Dec. 20.-Thomas Jet-    committee earlier^ in the day ferson’s original written account of a ward reeks of iodine; once more he’s on his cot Original Jefferson Manuscript Found have a membership of approximately 500.000. Wild Oklahoma Gas Well Still Rampant By The Assess eatcd Press. Wewoka, Okla., Dec. 20.—The giant torch of “Wild Abe,” blazing gas well at the city’s edge, continued to light up the countryside tonight in defiance of a corpa of men laboring to extinguish it 15 Cities Represented At Air Line Conclave B\t The Associated Prr**. Salina, Kans., Dec. 20.—Fifty business men from 15 cities in six states arrived here today to attend an air conference called by the Salina Chamber of Commerce and the Western Ah Service corporation of this city. Cities represented are Omaha and Lincoln, Neb.; Sioux City, la.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Winnipeg; Wichita, Salina, Belleville and Concordia, Kans.; Oklahoma City, Bartlesville, Ardmore and Blackwell, Okla., and Dallas, Fort CAPONE AIDE IS CONVICTED Frank Nitti, ATs Financial Genius, Gets 18 Months for Income Tax Evasion the literary fund of the University of Virginia in 1824 came to light here today. The account was inscribed in Jefferson’s own fine script, made famous in j the Declaration of Independence and ¡signed by himself as “Rector.” It is I contained in an age-yellowed book be-| longing to John F. Burdine, Atlanta business man. that he paid over $4,000 out of his own pocket for anti-Norris literature last October for circulation in Ne- j Wortil and Wichita Fails, Tex braska. He said the national committee had nothing to do with it, but he wanted to see Norris defeated because he was a democrat.” POSTOFFICE ROBBED By The Associated Press. Oconomowoc, Wis., Dec. 20. — Two men held up Postmaster Charles F. Spurting its searing flame 150 feet Brent and five patrons during the into the air from amid the mass of - Christmas rush in the postoffice here twisted metal wreckage of valuable late today and escaped with about equipment, the gasser was burning an estimated 60,800,000 cubic feet of gas daily. Now All They Mast Do Is Find the Cow By The Associated Press. Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 20.—Postmaster H. E. Ross and his force in times past have solved complicated riddles regarding the delivery of letters addressed in vague fashion, but a missive came today that has the best of the baffled. The address read: “Mrs. E. H. Holmes, “Who lives next door to Mrs. Jenkins, “Who owns a cow, “Jacksonville, Fla. * $600 in stamps and cash, Weather Forecast J IOW’A—Partly cloudy to cloudy, probably local snows In southeast portion Sunday; Monday, partly cloudy. HJLINCHB9—Probably snow flurries in north, mostly fair in south portion, somewhat colder In east portion Sunday; Monday, mostly fair. MISSOURI—Generally fair Sunday, slightly colder in southeast portion; partly cloudy Monday, probably becoming unsettled. Farm Board Accused Of Low Price Fault By The Asso* iated Prtt s. Oklahoma City, Okla., Dec. 20—John Simpson, national president of the Farmers’ Union, charged today the ! present low prices of cotton and wheat j “are being deliberately maintained” by j the federal farm board and that the j board “is using its ability to lend money to farm organizations and voluntary co-ope>ratives to force support for itself.” LONDON AIDS POOR By The Associated Press. London, England, Dec. 20. Charitable organizations are massing for their drive against hung* r and che« r-lessness as they prepare for the final push in the days remaining before Christmas. By The Associated Press. Chicago, 111., Dec. 20. The gov lament got another man today Fiank Nitti, “The Enforcer,” secretary in finance of the Capone alcohol and gambling syndicate Nitti, whose share of the Capone profits for three y* ars ending December 31, 1927, was $842,887, pleaded guilty, a new departure in gangland affairs. His penalty was 18 months in Leavenworth penitentiary and a $10,000 fine. It was the fifth scor** for the government In its relentless campaign against evaders of Income taxes. The government has not lost a case since it began to strangle the profits of illicit trad, political graft, gombling illicit trade political graft, gambling tions. Jury Holding Shepard Fate Retires For Night TEMPERATURES Max. Yesterday .............  32 A year ago  ...........15 Min. 19 2 -The'?rmakin* the    fin., fate of Major Charles ABhepard, army 1 a la*ed that Shepard had "put His views were expressed in a tele-■ medical officer charged with poison-: awaY hii wife with bichloride of gram to Senator Walsh of Montana,, jng his second wife, rested late tonight rnercurY because she stood In the way indorsing the senator's resolution ask- j with a sleeping Jury.    i ot hl* love tor Miss Grace Brandon ing an investigation of the board’s* The Jurors, 12 Kansas family men, * 8tf‘ao*raPh«r of San Antonio who »as marketing activities.    retired    at    10:03 p. m. after deliberating a government witness in the t.'ia). about five hours, excluding a dinner Brewster did not directly demand tbe recess. Charged by Federal Judge death Penalty. Richard J. Hopkins, they received the Harry S. Class of Denver, chief of case at 2:58 p. m.    defense counsel, told the jury that Judge Hopkins said he would accept Shepard had been “crucified” by the a verdict from the Jurors tomorrow. government in what he termed a They were instructed that three ver- trumped up case of circumstantial ev-dicts could be returned*—acquittal; idence. He asked the Jurors rot to conviction of first degree murder with- Ifuess away a man’s life,” but to send out recommendation, which means Shepard free to “finish his days in re-death. and conviction “without capital storing the wrecks of the war.” punishment”    j The social life of the army    formed District Attorney Sardius M. Brew- * the background for the triaL Steel Company to Put 400 More Men to Work By The Associated Press. Cleveland, O., Dec. 20.—J. E. Anderson, works manager of Empire Steel company announced today that 400 men will be put to work Monday in the company’s plant here. ;

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