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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa Edited for the Home HOME EDITION BODY OF AIRMAIL 51929 sutmm r HOOVERMELL ON Rapid Disposal Made of Measure Now Goes to Senate BULLETIN WASHINGTON Dec house after a debate of sevcrat hours in which Representative JNRamseyer of Iowa took a lead ing part passed the 000 income and corporation tax reduction recommended by President Hoover and Secretary l Ulellon WASHINGTON Dec 5 JPJiCon of the administration sponsored tax reduction bill was bs gun tuiay in thchouse with leaders prepared to expedite work in th hope of sendingthe resolution call ing for a 1 per cent cut in tli rates for individuals and corpora tious ib the senate before ad jo urn nitnt A lew minutes befoie the hous get to work its ways and mean committee submitted a formal re poit urging quick approval of tb measure Only one member of th omnittee Ramaejei icpubhcin uissented The majority report diafted i Chairman Hawtey held that th uithetreasury at could stand a reduction of fl6ft 800000 ds proposcdby th6 admm oration and that the committee was of the opinion that this cu should be passed on to the taxpay Ramseyer argued that a reduc turn in revenue was not warranted aad insisted that if some taxes were burdensome and unjust that the sit Uiririo should be met by reacljuit nenV of the tax burden but ju a way not to reduce treasury n CIMC Housfe Passes IOWAIUGAINST CUT FAVORED BY Will Rogers BEVERLY Mr Hodver delivered his pre scription to congress onthe con dition of the c o un try It was 1 2 OOO words long Thats how had shape we are in And he hint ed to congress that they was the one that got us that way but that if they would Witt ROGERS get busy and do somethingat this session he hoped to cut our conditions maybe 6000 by the timehe enumerates our troubles again Yours WILL ROGERS FOUND WORKONLYWAY TOlRdSPEfi SAYS IOWA STEER WINS LIVESTOCK CHAMPIONSHIP STORM LASHES BRITISH ISLES S h i p p i ng Seriously Hind 3 ered Three Fishermen Are Drowned LONDON Dec 0 fish ermen were drowned during a tsr nfic gale which swept the British Isles last night leaving a trail of destruction in many places and ser iously interfering with shipping As the day progressed reports arrived recording material damage to roofs houses telephone and tele graph wires and the curtailment of train and motor car traffic by fallen tlees The first loss of life was reported i from Ireland where the crew of a BmaH fishing boat numbering three men were downed when their vessel foundered Cross Channel service from New Haven to pieppe was canceled be cause of the rough weather A pas senger boat from Dublin encoun tered severe weather and arrived three hours late at Heyaham We9 IOWA FORECAST Fair Thursday night Friday increasing cloudiness not rnucit change in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 f o clocks Thursday morning AVarrtiest Wednesday 12 gr Coldest in Night At 8 A M Thursday s3 fAVeord high temPerature for S the first week of December was es tabllshed Wednesday afternoon when the mercury in the GlobeGa zettes government thermometers ascended to 42 degrees above zero COURTORPER FREES MMANUS IN DEATH CASE Evidence to Convict in Rothstein Slaying 1 MEW YORK Dec 0 upJudg Charles N Nott Jr today cls missed the case of George A ATc ManuEcharged with the rriurder o Arnold Rothstein By the order of the court jury without leaving the room rendered a verdictof acquittal The law of circumstantial cvi donee is clear and simple JuUg Nott taid It is not sufficient to rpve that a man might have com mitted a crime it is necessary to prove that he must have done bo He added that in his opinion this had not been done in the McMamu case Under the directed verdict ordered on motion of James D C Murray McManus can never be brot to tria again on the charge that he shot to death his gambler associate a yea ago last November HooverLooks to Pebpl to Maintain Indus trial Levels BULLETI WASHINGTON Dec 5 400 representatives of busi ness and Industry attending the national survey con ference today unanimously passed a resolution indorsing the uroposal of President Hoov to name an executive com irrttpp to represent organized business necessary and empowered the pjialrman Ju lius Barnes to appoint such i committee MITCHELL ROAD BALLOT FRIDAY Wass Meeting at Osage Is Addressed by Men on Both Sides OSAGE Dec county vill votetoday onwhether or not t will become the eightieth county n the state to approve of primary road bonds for the pavingof its jrincipal highways This election vhich will place before the voters he question of issuing 1000 000 n bondsis the first to be held in the state since September The Mitchell county bonds approved will give motorists of northern Iowa an almost allpaved oad to Chicago and points on east utcnel at present is only one of three counties in the eastern half f the state which has not ap roved bonds Allamakeo and oulsa are the other two A mass meeting hed Tuesday vcnmg m the courthouse at O sage filled the structure to1 overflowing The meetingwas presided over by Charles Lamm introduced the prfacpal speaker of the evening Attorney W H Salisbury who Spoke in favor of the bonds Other speakers in favor wpm T Tnu T LI 1 jonn JllhlAlfred Leach Her man Dietrich and others Speakers M K Cu Mauer Chris Hansen H Wilsonand Brede Wamstad Lawyer Sues Movie Actress for LOS ANGELES Dec 5 Dolores Del Rio motion picture a defendant in a suit for filed by Gunther Lesslae attorney He asserts the amount fg for legal services rendered in connection with the actress btiif noas affairs Dec 5 dent Hoover looks upon the American people as a whole to be responsible for maintenance of sta bility and prosperity and feel3 that the keynote of their efforts should be the good old word work This was the message he gave personally today to the conference of several hundred prominent busi nessmen called into session here by the chambar of commerce of the United Slates to further the pros IT have no desire t6 preach the president said T may however mention one good old The presidents address was made atthe chamber of commerce build ing fronting Lafayette square across Jrom the white house He motored there in one of the large white house limousines Efforts for Single End He asserted that all of the efforts that have been put forth by the ad ministration to stabilize Industry after the stock disturbance were to a singleend that of assur ing employment and to remove the fear of unemployment The very fact that you gentle men come together for these broad purposes the president added represents an advance in the whole conception of the relationship of business to public welfare You represent the business of he United States undertaking thru your own voluntary action to contri bute something very definite to the advancement of stability anr fress in our economic rights After reviewing steps which have ieen taken the president declared that a great responsibility and prosperity rests with the whole peo le Another of his sentences said VOTE IS NEAR ON VARE CASE Senate Must Determine le gality of Pennsylvanians Election WASHINGTON Dec er three years of intermittent con troversy a vote was imminent today ouiLcujiugyery ucLimie to me Ou wnetherWilliam S Vare is to be advancement of stability and pro seated as senator from Pennsylvania cross in I Cr barred because of excessive ex penditures in the republican state nrlmnrv in TOOC Associated Press Pbau All of these efforts have one 0 assure employment and to remove he fear of unemployment CreatesUndue Pessimism The president said that the large effect of the situation had been to TURN TO PAGE 14 COLUMN 1 SAUNDlRSMAY BE CANDIDATE Emmetsburg Man Might En ter Race for Secretary of State DES MOINES Dec 5 V E G Saunders of Emmetsburg ms informed friends at the state louse that hewill be acandidate or the republican nomination as ecretary of state if Ed M Smith ncumbent enters the gubernatorial ace Saunders is chairman of the state pard of conservation and served s state representative from Palo Ito county in several sessions of he Iowa general assembly Smith announced recently that he vould make no public statement ecision on the gubernatorial can idacy until the first of the new ear primary in 1926 The senate was also confronted with the question of whether the Irhiladelphia pplttical leader was legally elected and was called upon to vote the contest brot bv William B Wilson Vares demo cratic opponent in1 the general elec tion who charged fraud and cor ruption The decisive action was expected to come in balloting on a resolution by Senator Norris republican Ne braska which would refuse Vare a scat because of the sums expended than the con test for the party nomination Royal Couple of Italy Visit Vatican City DOME Dec 5 Victor lv Emaniiel and Queen Heleua paid their long awaited visit to Pope this morning They ware the first sovereigns of united Italy to enter the Vatican which only cently ceased to be a place of self imposed imprisonment for tbe pontiff The king and queen journeyed o Vatican City the newest political entity in Europe with an imposing retinue of courtiers Minister of Foreign Affairs Dino Grandi aid Count De Vecchi Italian ambassa dor to the holy see Their majesties and his holiness met in the Vatican throne room They were alone doors were cloard and guarded and what they safe was not disclosed Huge Crowds at Event But their conversation marked he tacit approval of both to the treat ies which made it possible those at the Lateran palace msc shattered and passengers were cut by flying glass Several ambulances were rushed Uo the scene Munhall is a suburb near Homestead Six men were re ported missin ging in the them Roman question Hundreds of thousands of Ho MCORMICK CASE STARTS AGAIN Head of Nursing Staff to Continue His Test imony SANTA BARBARA Cal Dec 5 the return from Inyo county today of Superior Judge Wil liam Dehy hearings will be resumed in the Stanley McCormick guardian ship case with Kenneth McKillip head of the Jnctnpetcnt multimil lionaires male nurse staff on the stand for further redirect examina tion A recess was taken Saturday an Judge Dehy might attend to legal matters in his own county McKillip who has watched over McCormick since 1906 when the heir to the harvester millions of Cyrus McCormick became insane has been on the stand two and one half days when aaurt recessed He testified that Stanleys condition showed im provement on occasion but that force still was necessary frequently to induce the patient to tnkc his daily walks mans and Italians from alt parts of the country saw the royal pro TURN TO PAGE It COLUMN o Bill to Ratify French War Debt Ordered to Be Reported to Senate WASHINGTON Dec 5 A bill to ratify the more than four bil lion dollar French wnr debt settle ment was ordered reported to the senate today by Itsfinance commit tee toawait consideration after the house disposes of it Workmen began dig debris in search of The building was a two story old Several families lived m apartmentson the second ROB MINNESOTA BANK OF Two Unmasked Youths Drive Employes Into Vault at Belle Plaine BELLK PLAINE Minn Dec 5 Two unmasked youths today held up the First National bank of Belle Plaine drove three employee into the vault and fled with all the floor The postoffice occupied the first floor Windows in other build ings in the district were shattered HAITTONDET MARTIAL LAW Strike of School Teachers Spreads to Other In dustries WASHINGTON Dec 5 Martial law has been declared In the republic of Haiti the federal gov ernment was advised today in offi cial dispatches The situation which led to this Taxe Russia Still Objecting to Note by U S Nations Should Turn Atten tion toS A Says Soviet Official BULLETIN WASHINGTON Dec 5 Secretary Stlmson said today that further action so far us the United States was concerned In tho ChineseSoviet situation in Manchuria had been closed with his pabHc reply to soviet alle gations of unfriendliness in the secretarys move for peace VfOSCOW Dec 5 m France and Great Britain would much better turn their minds to activities in South America war ships m Chinese waters and armies in colonial countries than to ob struction of SinoRusaian negotia tions in the opinion of Maxim Lit vinoff actingcpmmisar for foreign affairs for the soviet union In the largest hall in the Krem lin laat night the Russian foreign office head addressed the central ex ecutive committee of the communist most powerful political body in the U S S and emphasizing the Soviets answer to the American demarche in behalf of application of the Kellogg peace pact to the Manchurian problem L occasional bits v of sarcasmwhich brot ripples of laughter from his hearers particularly wag this the case when he announced Panama had joined tbe countries reminding Russia of the Kellogg pact He sug gested that Panama look into whether the pact safeguards its own existence from the hands of preda tory neighbors In general tone the address was similar to the notes sent the United RABBIT HUNTER LOCATED PLANE ALONG HIGHWAY Former lowan Discovered 25 Feet From Wreck age CLEVELAND Ohio Dec The body of Pilot Thomas P Nelson former lowan and hia air mail plane badly shattered were found this afternoon by a rabbit hunter near Chagrin Falls 35 miles southeast of here Nelson met death sarly Monday morning while flying the nir mail from Bellefonte Pa to Cleveland in a heavy and blinding snow storm The report came from Joseph Vincent at Chagrin Falls who was minting rabbits He said he saw ths plane with Nelsons body in it in n lavine only 25 feet off a slate liltrfi vay Was Killed Instantly Nelsons body had been hurled by tuirific impact of the plane against die ground about 25 feet from the wreckage Undoubtedly he was tilleu instantly The discovery of the body ended a three day hunt made by fellow pi iOls over most northeastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania Col Charles A Lindbergh leU 15 lirplonts all this morning covering th2 section between Cleveland any north to Lake Erie States France and Great Britain i St Lcuis Tuesday In these it was stated tbat the soviet could not consider their reminder of the Kellogg pact obli gations as a friendly act and tbat no nation or nations were empow ered as protectors of the past That to America had an added paragraph expressing amazement at Americas deeming it politic to of fer advice to a nation with which it has no relations Unjustified Interference Litvinoff emphasized that the de claration of the United States and other countries to Russia was con K sidered by the soviet government as t unjustified interference in Russian Pcndln Lngedy but affairs M Litvinoff referred to activities tbe red army saying that con tinued assaults and provocations by the Chinese had forced the soviet soldiers to take drastic measures TWO ARE KILLED IN EXPLOSION Report 75 Injured in Blast in Suburb of Pitts burgh PITTSBURGH Dec 5 persons were and a number injured today in an explosion that wrecked the Munhall postoffice The Homestead hospital reported an emergency corps of physicians and nurses was attending the victims Estimates placed the number of injured at 15 Those killed were women A crowded street car was passing the building as the explosion mcuaurea curred Windows of the car were which would not only drive the Chi shaHiMori nese from the soviet border but also would destroy white guard or coun TURN TO PAGE 14 COLUMN 1 CHAMrWETS RECORD PRICE Pound Paid for Prize Winning Iowa Animal CHICAGO Kcc firm of Tracey and Warye of Nnsh iin lown awarded ritilioiv inr the grand champion nnrf se nior champion red polled lirecd t soiv CHICAGO Dec 5 new worlds record price of a pound was paid today for Lucky Strike grand champion steer at the Inter national Livestock exposition Rlll olt Brown of Rose Hill Iowa will receive nearly for His 030 pound animal J C Penney chain store operator again was the successful bidder at Jio was The hi SwCV vine hardly 25 feet from a statp liighway but wag effectively con cealed from searchers by the aides of tho ravine and by the snow thit covered it Nelson one of the best flyeivi of the Notional Air transport line foiv merly was a buddy of Colonel Lindbergh when they were on thr airmiil route between Chicago nncl r Heard Over Clarion Pa Tlirlast flight of Nels in oiiitecl at a m Monday at Bollcfonlc His piano waa hoant about 2 a in roaring over Clarion Fn Then it seemingly was swal lowed up by the slnrm Search for the flyer slarieJ a few hours later Five airplanes stnitrd out first There were 26 the riiport this aCtcinooii ready tu join the hunt when the body was founci Nelsons parachute was partly open indicating he realized the im ng tragedy but too late tn save bio life by jumping The plmio TURN TO PAGE J4 COLUMN 0 Two Men and Woman Believed Victims of Poisoning Plot OMAHA Nebr Dec 5 Two men and a woman believed by police to be victims of a poison plot by anold man romantically jealous of younger men in a rooming house arc seriously ill today In a local hci1 I pital Those poisoned are John Vossc 26 in critical condition Joe Shep eard Janitor who denies the plot and Mrs Florence Stone 33 landlady who tells of spurning ShcpeanTs attentions LIHJ oiltCCoSluI DltlCICr 91 avaZwp todaya auction Last year Penney tohavc out of purchased Dick urand chamrnn n u a strike among the school teachers of the republic and which appar ently now has necome rather spread in other lines American marines now occupy Ui Libv uucupy Haiti and the gendarmeri is headed by marine corps officers President Hoover said inhis annual message lo congress that he soon would ap point a commission to ntudy Hnitien situation with B view to withdrawing American marines man purchased Dick grand champion of the 1928 show at a new record price of 5700 a pound Clarence Goecke oC State Center Iowa was Dicks owner The most recent record waa established at the American Royal Livestock exposition at Kansas City where 802 per pound was paid for the champion steer The bidding started at 51 a pound loday and ran up under spirited competition Judgingfrom the way they talk many political are nio bunk VlrjrinlanM fnf AUNT HET By Koberb Quillen dont pay no attention to them that talk about me The only women that 110 tices Im behind with my housework is them that aint at home cloin I heir