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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 30, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION j XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA JANUARY 30 1929 UNITED PKESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 97 HILL OFFERS rARM LOAN BILL ATTENDANCE AT Senate Agrees to Limit Cruiser Debate DIVORCE CASES OBJECT OF BILL CHICAGO MURDER MAP Measure Would Prevent Gatheririgs at Hear ings in Court By I C KAKTAUK Associated 1ioss Staff Writer TMCS UOINEf would n i Jan 3U ulil bo burred from altcivl UIUQ it divorce hearings and munt grounds would bo under the general Tor divorce by a bill introduced today tlio Iowa legislature by Walter B Kittio of 1ullc county The bill is known as the model di vorce measure be introduced also in a number uC middle western stales hi an uffort to standardize divorce laws Iu addition to abolishing the pruci rJure lor annulment marriage as such the bill provides for the pres ence of it divorce attorney appoints by the court to act in the interests of the public This counsel would be uJ ilitional lo thai engaged by the parlies to tilt divorce action KluvcuGrounds Tor Divorce Miovon grounds for divorce named in the bill include desertion allure to provide adultery cruelly fraud ar1 uucvtion in obtaining mar rinse com mission uL a aiUi ma drunkenness insanity tar three years o otic Hie parties umjr for incompetency and i Is made In tho lilH for ru diyocco tii absolute al lloi Iritro rtist bill today juinlly wivli of Wuudbury county an exemption Irom excel lion or nuullry to Ihe value ot SO and one riewUiff maeliine to women are Ihe heads ot households J F Mcfnlosll ot MiiseatinG euunty Withdrew house filo 27 providing an increase In sal ary for district court judges fcunl stOfiO to S3000 a year It ivas ex plained that withdrawal was for the purpose ot giving right oC way ID a forthcoming judiciary committee bill which would increase tho salaries to S6000 a year V bill Introduced by H C Paulson it Clinton county would require coun ty superintendents of schools to be oC a university college or TURN TO PAGE IB COLUMN 8 Will Rogers NEW YORK Jan said he didnt know Hoover was in Florida Yes he has been in there since November Hoover invited him over ht 0 oclock and Al said I am a town boy I dont get out that early Then even at 11 Al had to go without his breakfast Thats a tip to you Al All the boys we are electing presidents nowa days are early risers Kenny went alons to WILL ROGERS referee Hasfcob to try and pick up a contribution tothe democratic deficit Yours WILL Copyright 3329 DE RIVERA PUTS SPEEDY END TO TROOPS REVOLT Planes Threaten to Bombj i Town Unless Men Gave Up Break Snow Barrier to Aid Town Hearing of Wesley Boys Is Postponed AbGONA Jan ot Joe Hanip 1G son of George Hanig Wes ley farmer and Robert Muelic IS who Avcre arrested oji a burgrlary charge Sunday has been postponed Tuesday of next when they will appear in juvenile court here Mr ITanig father oC oneof nc ruscd boys attcmpied suicide Sunday by shooting himself He was commit sd to the hospital fov tho Insane at Cherokee Tuesday by the Kossuth county insanity commission SISTERS 0 Hes not such dbadSort after THAT KID BROTHER Hard to understand sometimes BUT Youll like him better iF vjou Pollov McGmnis A GREAT LITTLE LAD starting MONDAV IN THIS PAPER A COMIC STRIP 3 SECRETARIES WILL SERVE ON HOOVERS STAFF Close Cdntact Planned With Chief Govern ment Agencies By JAMBS L WEST Associated Tress Slaft Writer MIAMI BBACH JJMJHH 3J IP Closo contact tha more tliau half a hundred ihclepcndent or the federal government is planned by PresidentElect Hoover uirinj his administration This explains the pending request before congress for an emergency ap propriation of 10000 for an addition al white house secretary This official will be tho liason officer between the president and the independent organ izations which include tho veterans bureau the shipping Ward tho feder al water power commission and muny others These agencies expend clpse to threequarters ot a billion dollars nn uually and tho direction and super vision ot their policies has added a burden the presidency which both President Coolldgo and Mr Hoo ver have agrccd should be lightened as far as possible To Have 3 Secretaries If congress approves the recommen dation for the additional appropria tion made by Jtr Caolldgc 3fr Hoov er as president will have three src relaries who will have ennal rating and among whom will be parcelled the three major divisions of work in the executive offices Besides the secretary who will keep In contact with the independent agen cies there will bo one to give tivo attention to the enormous volume oC mall which flows thru tlic white house and another to deal with mem bers of congress and the public The general expectation is that two ot tho secretarial jobs will co to George Akcrson and Lawrence Ricboy during tb0 campaign bore the MADRID Jan Sit from Ciudad licsil toilay were that several sentences of ilcatli hail hcen passed after a summary court martial inquired into yester days artillery mutiny there Aii artillery general who was tlic ringleader in the whole affair was believed have escaped over the Portuguese frontier Censorship prevents further de tails and a largo number of dis patches have been suppressed MADRID Jan 30 under way today Cor tho summary courtmartial ot all officers responsible for a short lived military revolt at Ciudad Real about 100 miles south or Madrid At dawn today the surrender of the mutineers was j ncHinccd The insurroelion was ended after a sqtmrdoii of airplanes flew over the city dropping proclamation promising that only tho leaders would bo pun ished it tho soldiers surrendered be fore serious fighting occurred Tlie proclamations said that nth return with bombti Tniiqulllty Restored Taier Premier Primo de Ttivcra ap peared before the assembly and an nounced that Iho revolt was at an end and tranquility iiad been restored TUKN TO PAGE Z COLUMN 3 EXPECT FINAL VOTE WILL BE TAKEN MONDAY To Discuss Coolidge Re quest for Immediate Construction i who TURN TO PACE I COLUMN Isolated lor days by 1 show mill ice burner M3o inlialiitniits of the VUlnso of Colesliurg been temporarily rciicvuil ivth llio nr riva of a txiiisleil Inden ivilli fooil nncl meiliciil Eupplics after a 21 hour light against tho drifts by tlio tnro drivers of Ilio sled shows position of Colcshurg miles west of Duhuquc Artists stictcii depfcta tho fiijht to nrcnlt thru tile huge drifts with tile sled The hoard of supervisors Iins since purchased a snowplow and tile roaiTs lo the stricltcn town arc to be opened by Thursday PERJURY LOOMS IN KEYES CASE Prosecutor to Investigate May File Charges Against Pair LOS ANGELES Jan 30 by tlia atato or perjury charges at least two witnesses in the tiial oC former District Attorney Asa Kcycs Ben Getzoff and Ed Roscnljers loomed as a possibility today as tho case miproaelied its end Tha three men are eliartred with conspiracy and hritmry District Attorney Byron Fltts an noiiTiccd last rigiit tliat lie hail or dered an investigation and that it the finding warranted he would tile the perjury charges Tho names of the witnesses involved worts not revealed Rosenberg ivho took the stand yes terday to contradict the testimony ot stale ivitnesscs that ho paid 5125000 ant made gifts to the tvcyes family to escape conviction ort a fraud cliarso a year ago was expected to finish his I today or toramoroiv Tho snoWlow story sometime today purchased by Delaware county left Ilosenberg made a blanket denial Earlville this morninft and expected to COLESBURG IS NEAR RELIEF Newly Purchased Snowplow Almost Has Road Open to Stricken Town COLESBtjno Jan Sit burs is expected to slurt trucking supplies of food and fuel citliei laio tlio evidence of Ms former cndofoiirt ant in the fraud case Jacob Borman Herman who turned statc3 evidence Iti tho present case testified that TCos cnberg told him ho had paid to Gctzorr the tailor for Kcyes and induced him Bcrmaii lo pajf 10 aoo toward charges against him also dismissed Beiman and Uns onbors were acriuitted In the case pronecutsd byKeycs fhjfsh the road between teisburs and Colesburg this afternoon Bobsleds have brot in a supplier since the KnowblocUcd road mvle travel dlftieult possible and for a time Hope Brightens for Four Steamers Disabled at Sea Being Brot Into British Freighter Maple erv r since seircli started several days ngo or tho missing trawler more than n week overdue at its liomo port Grot on Conn Help was on tlio yny today to the Norwegian fivJslilcr Terne cansht in tlie ico off Friars Ilcail Nova Scotia for nine diys The steam er Sydney waa from Hall fax iiftur Captain rjjorsct of the Terno wirelessed thai Ms water supply wns running low altlio he had tooil for 10 more On5s Anotlier slilp made Us eswiiio from tlio winter peril of tlio Atlantic when tho New Bedford drajjgcr IVilllam II Kflllgrow was lowed into poit here by Iho trawler Kingfisher after slio hail drifled helpless for ciRlit hours last Sunday U3 nilks aouthcast oC High land Uslit A COmilo an hour gale Hrst Ijor nets inlo her propollor Port BOSTON Jan 30 Tlio disahlefl British fioJshlcr Silver Maple waa safely in tow today After stic hnd ilrlflcd botplcss In licavy seas Cor U30 miles slnco last Saturday Tho United States touslBuinl cul lers Tampa and JUijavo reached the crippled vessel yesterday atlcr u 1100 mile dash from New England valcrs and tlicy starled luvvJns her lo Her niudu JSO miles Her rudder was disabled hlTe hope was revived for tho missing trawler Seiner and lieicvcw of CO Tho destroycra Slmw Davis and Wllkca acted on a report that a trawl er resembling the Seiner was seen ast Sunday rtrliiinp u miles soullj of TSinitufliot Simula Injunction Prevents High Council Action Against Gen Booth Jan 30 An Injunc Lion against the high council oC Iho savatloi army was granted in chan cery conrttoday by Justlco Evo pro vcntine it from acting on Us resolution deposing Gen Brain we I Booth and electing a successor until after a fur llior meeting of tho council at which tlio general will havo an opportunity of bcinp heard The jnstico salt that a mistake had been made In not Riving II o general an opportunity oE CIHO be fore tlifl council nnd Oint tlicrcforo tho rcHolutton depoaliiR1 him could not IMPEACHMENT CASE BROADENS Oklahoma Assembly to Find Out All About Other De partments Too OKLAHOMA CITY Jan 30 With Iho state supreme court and the fish ami game department ot Coring fresh fields fojinquiry the state leg islature today prepared to delve tlcep or into governmental activities of Ok lahomas official family and put the CinaL touches on Us case against Hen ry S lohiisloii suspended governor who JTOCS before a senate Impeach ment court tomorrow to answer arti cles ut impeachment voted against him by the house ind senate In a session marked by hectic argu ment the huusu yesterday added three charges tothe eight to which John ston will plead before the merit dealing with the il legal issuance ot deficiency certifi cates and one charging general incom potcney Argument particularly bitter on the latter charge but it finally passed 72 to 2G Testimony before the house investi gating committee has been sprinkled liberally with sensational testimony and rumors tho most recent being ihe statement promptly denied of n who IKIH remained friendly to tho Johnston administra tion that he hail heard the suspended governor discharge airs O O Ham monds his confidential secretary on tho day he was temporarily removed from office Much criticism has been leveled at Johnston for Ms employment of Mrs Hammonds and his refusal lo dismiss ber Johnston himself refused to com ment on the report lint Ham monds denied any such action declar ingiliere fihsolutely no founda tion for tlie report WASHINGTON Jan CU Ing to apply the brake on of tlio long pending cruiser construe tlon bill next Monday the insured a vote on Lliia bill anil apparj ently cleared tlio way lor OiseiHanylcj ment of Us legislative calendar Marcli 4 adjournment j An agreement unanimously entered I nto late yesterday calls for limitation f debate on the cruiser measure bej ginning Ivtonduy and Senator Curtis of Cansos the republican leader nc ttatcd the understanding bclicvoe final vote can be taken Monday night Gels Coolidgc Irooosal the senate will discus President Coolldgea reiucst for elitn nationof the clause requiring a sltul on all oC tue proposed 13 cruisers and airplane carriers within two years nda ot the lull passed a year by tho linuso insist tbnv have the votes to defeat tho president Another contest iu in prospect over moves to ciit down the authorization Cor cruisers from 15 to 10 or 5 but the big navy men aro confident of detcatlruj those attacks also I imitation aureqrnent is lapse of the battle againstthe cruiser bill and remainder of he week senate lenders hope to get work doneon some of the stnck of necessary appropriation hills whieh have pTIcclj up aa the senate argued over the ipg antiwar treaty aiuJ tho naval j construction program Tliinlts VotRS Criiniii An overture from the president seen 3csterday in word from tlic white house that Mr Cooltcljrfe wonJi lend an immedtato budget recommcn da Li cm to congress for a start on con structlji of the crulKPre id Jte is control over tlic naval program he SYSTEM WOULD CAST STATE AS MONEY LENDER Bill to Limit Earnings of County Sheriffs Introduced DLiS cre EacI onu of the 3G8 dots on his map represents a murder coin niittcd hi Chicago in 1928 ninny nt uliich nnt been solved At present police have been trying to cope with tho crime situation by rounding up all Itnovyu hoodlums liniiilits nurt iiolorious cluiracters DOCTOR FIGHTS DRIFTS TO GET BjT O KAHTACK stKiaicil Iross Staff Writer MOUNTS Jan 30 A rural redits system to mako bhorL loans to fanners on grain ami live stock with the stale in I ho role of lender was proposed to tlic Iowa Icp lHlaturc totlay in a liiU introduced Representative Ixifo JlilJ oC Floyd ounty The fund from which OuJd be made would be based primar ly on the security of mortgages on rops or livestock To supply thn armors actual money tho state sccre ary of agriculture would be einpow red to issue and sell certificates of redit Enforcement oC iho proposed act would lie with the secretary of agrl cultuie No loan would lie made In a longer period than 1 months First IjicriH on Properties gages given In security wonM be first Ucna on the properties a ml no funds or securities In live hand of secretary woul subject to taxa tion A system ot appraisal of crops s provided Committee consideration on major appropriation bill ot the legi that recommending 000000 for operation and maintenance of state departments got avviy to a good start today whon the appropriation committees oC both houses grave it preliminary scrutiny ind Wisconsin Michigan Residents Dig Out of Worst Storm i 1M ILAVAUKKE Jan conversation bromide we arent having tho wintciR we used to have has been roycn MICE and bunetl under tons oC snow in ths Wisconsin and Michigan northland Today as word began shivering fortli from the entire communities V that hnvo been wtnterbound for days j and weeks sonic idea of the seasons Despite the white house report MII announcement of llerliert Hoove that indorses the denta naval views Senator Hale re publican ot Maine in charge of ho spvcnly wus roalizei1 measure believes he bus tho VOP obtain Us passage without tlie quested presidential change lol Kewaimce Wls was one of the i places whore the oldest residents were ready to admit that never heCorn their memory bnd there been such winter No Kewauncoau was better able to attest tlie seventy of the woither thin M Woulios One oC hii experi ences became known today At daivn with tlie tomperaturo far below Inn j IDr received a telephone cnll Trotxy once head of the red I from the Cugcnc Tieaurain home nine army who has tccn in oxilo in Kusslan miles away Constantinople Opens Its Doors to Tvotzky Turkestan Is expected to take shelter in Constantinoplo or JNnjrorn soon The Turkish government hns agreed to al low hia entry Head of Hutchinson Ice Cream Firm Dies Decorah Man Found Dead in Closed Car DECORA IT Jan 3D K Andorson horscbuycr founJ iloiid In liiH Ioiicd oij the lj ceo rond this morning H vas not known whclhor gas iVoni lie liditer or hrut hi Uu lilli 3D J J liinsun juesidcnL of the Jluteh fee Cream company died sud iluily tliin at ypilnsrt Mo it was learned here lie and his wife wore returning from a rip lieu soiithoiji states lie a Vrothpr of Frank lltiteliinson of Cenar liapidK Mrs Anna Ilcxld Writer Dead IAJJIS Ian fr ind limn Iwiue parted Ihn tow line I divilli lie ltft hero yesterday lo j Ituwnuin Doild BTI American wfiltr H was the liret clew ot any kind held her to the Kingtieher j gather a load of horses lor shipment jdiod toitay it IOWA FORECAST Siioir pruljably night sloivly risiiiB Icnipcratiirr Wednesday Thursday p n r 1 1 y clotidy and coolci LOCAL STATISTICS GlobcGiiKotto weather tisnres ff r 24 hour period endiny at S oclock m Wednesday Hiphcsfc Tunsday f Aljovc Ixnvcsl In t At 8 A M 5 Above SnonTiill 1 Inrh Precipitation US of nn Inch North Iowas average anow IcvtM was brot o nearly 1 inches Tuesday anil Tuesday nipla by tho addition of nn Inch oC extremely fluffy Wednesday ope nod rluiidy with tlry flakes of snow drifting down niout ef tho foraiLOoit When Itir rocord of Ih January a uriithur is written it is lias SUiCqiitpDciI Car The physician set forth In his eqnippcd motorcar only to abandon Et after three miles of tedious travel bucking the heavy drifts Tie startafl nhcatl on foot floundering slowly thru the enow Finally he came to a farm Tiouao and I Beau rain instructions on how 1 to welcome tho stork should the bird arrive heCoro he did A snowplow was put to work to cut a path thru the Irifts but even the plow was able to only three miles nftcr five iionrs Dr bundled In woolens and carryinff bia inRtrument case In manymittenert hantln proFsed ahead nn foot fightinc nitter cold and snow that was walsthfsb in places After scvernl bours he stumbled exliausLcd and nearly frozen into the Beau rain home Tho stork ha A beaten liim and Mrs rtcauraln nnd a baby girl were doing each ofthe numerous Items The 9ubcommtttGC9 nix in number aro composed of two senators on A from four to eifflit house Lhe chairmen oC subcommittees nn4 the natuio ot tliclr Investlgjitions ful ow Xo lve TV B board of coijtml and board of parole Ottchrifit on Kriucation Tso tative Wilson board or education ami commission for tho blind No tlve T H Knudaon attorney senoral joard oC audit slate auditor banking icpartmcnt custodian budget depart ment executive council Clsh nnd gamp department governor prinlinp board retrenchment and reform state sup erintendent of public instruction treasurer of state Xo W A rcscntative nitlodprc1 department oC agriculture board ot conservation stato fnir board Xn fatlvc bureau Jabor nrcme court rtiwtvlct jndges board of health Industrial commission Insur ance department firo marshal No Mvn Iving stale library ani other partmcnts tng to deal ivith u mis tint HANSON HAS BILL DES MOINES Jan provisions or Uouse Fllo Xo 48 in troduced by Hep re se niatlvoIT N TTanson oC county respon sibility of attending to hedges or alonp any public highway would tv placed nnon the hoard liovlnft1 aupcrvision of sich roads As tho statute OJTJVV stands tho Te3arul mnn it ncems to bR up lo tho board of supervisors to thin Inw nntl It ifl Iho Lli TUUN TO PACK 3 1 TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 3 ELMIRAllRS FAIL TO AGREE Court Dismisses Men Who Heard Evidence Against Coastguardsman KriMiKA x y inn ro I disagreement was roporlcd at the openingof court hero today by the jury considering tho case of Glenn IcnninKS United States toast suardn inan charged with manslaughter foi tlio fatal shooting lixst may B of Ja cob Hanson serrctJirv of Niag Falls of KlliH lolin R tharsUed tlie jury iilul discharge them after tl j hail spciit Ilin niaht on cots in the lleaeral buildins AUNT HET By Robert Quillen The Sallic is schcm in to get her girls married off early youd think she was tryin to get em off her hands before they dis graced her   

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