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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITYGLOBEGAZETTE U S COMMUNIST LEADERS HELD Group Being Detained in Russia by Order of Soviet Leaders NEW YORK July 5 New York Times says today that a group of American communist lead ers are feeing detained in Moscow1 under orders of the communist in ternational Among them are Ben Gitlow for mer socialist member of the New York assembly Bertram D Wolfe and John Pepper Hungarian aide of Bela Run They were called to Moscow to discuss factional troubles in the American communistparty and are expected to remain there a year or until the factional elements in the American party have been reccn cied Jay Lovestone who until recently was head of the party in this coun try and was known as the Amer ican stalin defied the aetentioivor der and escaped to this country He fled after interception of a cable message to his adherents here instructing them to seize the party machinery and wrest control from VV Z Foster who succeeded him as head of the party j Swedish Aviation Sets High Record for 1928 STOCKHOLM July 5 ish passenger and freight aviation has this year reached a record due to the activity of the Swedish Aero transport company and the confi dence ofthe public The Aerotransport company now can look back upon a record of more than four years of regular commercial service without any loss of life or any injury to a passenger The time table of the Swedish fly ing concern shows that Sweden is now connected with practically CENTER OF PROHIBITION STORM Associated Press Photo I I Anna D Sutler of the prohibition bureau in Washington is shown at tho National Education association convention in Atlanta Plans for distribution pamphlets on prohibition during the convention were abandoned when President Hoover learned of them every important center in Europe by not less than 25 regular flying routes Senator Lange Attacks Board in Bids Question DUBUQUE July 5 a let ter to the state board of control Senator Otto F Lange of Dubuquc complained against action of the board in asking for bids on disin fectants under trade names declar ing such action to be in violation state law which requires specifica tion to be in general terms Switzerland has its traffic prob lems too for one person in every five is a Sci ence Monitor RENEW HUNT FOR SLIDE VICTIM Guide Believes Body of Greathouse Will Never Be Found PARADISE INN RAINIER NA TONAL PARK July 5 cessful in their first search for the body of Forrest Greathouse of Seat tie who presumably perished last Tuesday when he and five other mountain climbers fell into a hidden crevasse near the top of Mount Rainier mountain guides renewed their hunt today The search was made thru gla ciers icy crust which conceals many deepcrevasses Crumbling Ice was the cause of Tuesdays tragedy The mountain climbers all tied to a rope plunged down a steep incline of ice when one of their party made a false step fell and dragged the others down The body of Edwin Wetzel Mil waukee attorney was recovered late Wednesday after Robert Strobel one of the six made his way out of the crevasse and down to Camp Muir sending rescuers after1 the others May Never Find It Of the four men who escaped death after being swallowed up in the crevasse three were injured L H Brigham officials guide of the mountain climbers last night ex pressed the belief that Greathouses body never would be found Greathouse was under a chunk cf ice when I first located him after the Brigham I cut him free and propped him up but he was badly hurt Brigham D Y Bradshaw of Cambridge Mass and E P Weath erly of Kansas City Mo also es caped from the crevasse after they had found themselves unable to aid Greathouse Combined Gross Farm Values for Minnesota Livestock Increases ST PAUL July 5 gross farm value of livestock in cluding cattle twoyears old and over horses colts mules sheep anri hogj as of January last showed an increase of over the gross value for thesame date in 1928 according report made public today by Paul H Kirk fed eralstate agricultural statistician For the beginning of this yetvr the estimated total farm value was compared with 188000 In 1928 His study also showed that the combinedvalue of livestock sold in 1928 was Jess thansin 1927 The combined value of the livestock sold in 1928 was while in 1827 it was It was in 1828 that the high peak in the value of livestock sales in Minnesota was hit Previously the gross sales in any single year did not aggregate the total of eituer 1927 or 1928 Increase in the farm inventory value according to Mr Kirk is due largely to the increased price per head of all cattle but horses and colts sheep and hogs also show greater values per head than in 1927 However the value perhead of hogs was slightly above 1927 while the number reportedon farms was reduced producing a decerose of from 1927 to 1928 Val ue of milk cows and heifers on farms was placed at compared with in 1927 indicating the 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