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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 1, 1930, Mason City, Iowa Ir PPVl N li mi r 25 4 Daiii Jai w V 3 GENTS PER COPY HOME EDITION OITY WEDNEgDAY NO 72 co tfters irt Shows In iretion of ing Them RESIGNS POST iJTON Jan a be caught by a clev dictaphone is not eo jlerstand He does not lie darn coutraption is fdragevery word he Jpught to be more care ffaking compiomising re he ought to examine Ills and look behind the pic pnd trader the bed before he word However the dicta of detection is com jfly new It is not yet instinc conspirator fo do more tar his voice when he wants mimcdte by word of inoutli partner in one of his plots does seem as if all the in gxperiencje of the ages ke it almost second na yoneof the most rudt pd judgment to avoid ard letters with his to them knocking eni f or the extra iion of as keen a feerbertC Lakin Hrewd enough to the T b L 1930 PROMISES ANOTHER GOO ERA IS BELIED Farmmgjrar More Spunc m ity for1 cast ap by ays on Charles Taft NoteisPatron e end of a Americas ne fine arts ft was recipient ir his many bene at the subject to froiA advanced Solly 4 only Jdis three thel6 into to tirts of Labratf cov j th DW house iif ey jhava with Mellon Lament U S ENVOY Xli IANY j SINGLE FUNERAL IS PLANNED FOR PANIC VICTIMS Nearly Every Home in Scottish fnT Scotland maogements pr funeral for tiCSll of the small fire ye mo Former Iowa Solon Died of Natural Causes Says Nurse LOS ANGELES Jan 1 Frank Remington a nurse told Dep uty District Attorney Daniel Beecher duringinvestigation into circumstances surrounding the death of George Lafayette Finn millionaire former Iowa state sena tor that Finn died of natural cause so far as he knew Beecher an iiounced yesterday The investlga tion wag started at the request of jMrs Gladys McAfee Finns grand Apiece who said she had informa Finn had offered a nursa and Kdoetor to puttoe to sleep Worever KING ALPHQNSQ TOTAKE ACTION WITHIN 3 DAYS Cabinet of Premier Is Also Out Report Claims DAKIS Jan 1 i Priniipe Rivera Estella said t daye n ing t there were a few of jxtremcly urgent comnumi nat YVitneas Lakin simply bnd by mail Even so would as if he might have writ her or veiled his language or at least have Hhis immediately in a post it the end he adopt any of these pre phy he not only wrote volumm ly in the plainest yarning whatever without so as the notation kept carboncopies of all he wpte He kept his answers dnd alln Wg that did itness Lakin no the committe had his let OSSIBLY would been less informative oth acquaintance with they sloent TO PAGE 12 COLTTMN 1 AUNT HEX tBy Robert Guillen perfect but I never that any of getting a heal aftei tory Secretary MeUotf1 the sound con ernments finaL in a position ing the countrjiAo problems fheaS es In Board Secretary Lamont announced the attainment of new highs by American business during 1929 and sa taat he Could confidently pre dict a continuance of their trend At the department of agriculture the condition of farming at the years end was reported in a far more sound condition than at the close of 1928 with the farming out look for the new year made bright er thru the existence of a federal board armed with 500000000 of federal funds ready to oversee the whole of national farm product mar keting The agriculture department an nounced also that there were no IURN TO PAGE 13 COLUMN 2 HUCKINS STILL INSANATARIUM Younger Financier Too III to Move Physicians Declare CEBAR RAPIDS Jan IUPK Advicei received here from Sheriff Harry at Excelsior Springs Mo indicated that George E Huckins for whom a warrant charging the obtaining of money under false is woulcT not be returned here today Huckins is ill in a hotel there According to the sheriffs wire doctora had declined to release Huckins and that he will advise when we come With hisfather El mer Bucking is accused of operat roSineW tb pay from 6A1u52 Per ccnt dividends Allho the younger Huckins is not ill seriously physicians did not wish to release him until they obviated all danger of pneumonia However bail of 57000 has already been ar by here as well a secuntv for the Elder Huck ins Elmer Huckins will not be ex tradited from Wisconsin until h apearo in court on Jan 7 Countv Attorney Carl Hendrickson declared Local authorities aso indicated at the warrant against the elde ncklns charging him with being a fugitive from justice would be ismissed and that he would return ithout oposing extradition The Huckins attorney Walter arngrover maintains that the F e brot before 7w time had diatin fa the patronage of not only art but education and the development of modern journalism Near him at the time of death members of his family In yludingtwo daughters and three Mphewa The distinguished Cincinnalian had an important hand in the devel opment of practically every major project for the civic and cultural betterment of his city In aiding the Cincinnati Institute of Fine Arts Taft anad his wif m1927 gave their art collection worth several millions of dollar and an endownment of 000 He spent practically all his life i Cincinnati his native city excep for a few years of law practice i New York He was educated in Ciu cinnati primary and secondary schools and in Phillips Exeter acad emy Yale university and Columbia university His career in public of lice consisted of one term in con gres and a term in the Ohio legis latur He never sought political pre ferment Ike Kentucky has Wermany mic VPHoto Senator 3 ARE HELD AS BOMB PLOTTERS Italian Newspapermen Are Accused of AntiFascist Efforts PARIS Jan Ital ians described as newspapermen Vere inprison cells here today sus pected by the surete general which is the French Yardwith antifascist plotting against the Italian naval conference delegation and with possession of bombs and bomb making materials The police alleged the three had maintained relations with Camilio Berueri who a week ago confessed n Brussels to a dua plot against the lives of the Belgian royal fam ly as they journey to Italy for the wedding of Princess Marie Jose to the Prince of Piedmont Jan 8 i Their names were given as Al ciLnca Giuseppe Sarbelli and Mberto Parchiani AH were known o have frequented the home o cianca where bombs a quantity o high explosive detonators and other bomb materials were found and con fiscated While details of their plot not disclosed it was said tin men were suspected of co against members of the naval delegation who will pass tkrt Paris shortly enroute to tho conference The prisoners selves refused to make any ment The most serious attempt n conection with the royal was the iingucccsafil effort of UNSHAKEN Washington Not Worried Over French Attitude Toward Parley WASHINGTON Jan i ypA firsthand examination of the note setting forth Frances attitude to ward the coming naval conference t0 e Belief of Am threat to the success of the parley10 their ma made was by the state depart Andrew N Hengesteg 69 Dies Following Long Illness NORTHWOOD Jan Funeral ana epart ment last night with the comment that this was being done to place on record the translation made here ihe contents of the note were given nf 2oints that the London conference hould reach an agrreement pri y011 Principles and methods the KelloggBriand anti war eaty is not a sufficient guarantee f security to become a basis for hVimitatlon of naval armaments H10 national needs of a country should dictate naval strength rather than mathematical ratios and that a complete agreement on naval strength presupposes an understand ing on the question of freedom of miles west of Northwood Saturday evening following an illness of over two years duration Mr Hengesteg was born of pio neer parents In a log cabin home on the same farm he owned and oc eupied at the time of hisdeath His parents were natives of Norway and Vr that ic to America in 1854 They settled near Madison l 6 they lived until 1858 they came to Worth countv 16t acres hK s o an which became the nucleus of thc present large farm owned by the Narcotic Agent I LU twaaasi ontly Humbert ijl Brussels About four years ago Mr Hen geatcg was severely crushed by an enraged bull escaping death by the intervention of his wife who heard his cries for help and by the as ncie of the family dog who harried the bull divertinghis atten tion until Mr Hengestegcould crawl to safety His life was des paired of for several days at that time and while he recovered the impoverished 01 humble stances expected to provide terment in a single grave x Every Home Meanwhile beneath murky ridden skies weeping parent tinued identification the of their children most of whom between the ages of nltely pathetic as the victims were recrfgi lags with names pinned to clothes Several parents removed the bod ies of their children to their homes the mothers carrying in their arms the cold still bodies which they em braced so often when warm and full 3f life There were few who left the morgue with dry eyes and firm vastness of the tragedy vas inconceivable to most their as pect was less of hysteria than of ersons stunned Make Mistaken Identification Parents entered the death cham er conducted by nurses who led hem between the long rows of little orpses One woman found three of er brood lying side by was er entire family Fathers in some ases balked at the door and re used to go inside delegating iden ification to the mother There were some casea in which the seekers failed to identify the death changed faces and left de claring Jy child is not there Others made mistaken Identifica tions and in at least three cases where Identification was thot to have been made the sorrowful par ents returned home to find their youngsters awaiting them there safe and well Died of Suffocation Doctors who spent hours inspect ing the theater and lending the 80 or more who were injured in the panic believed that if the children had stayed quietly in their places when the fire alarm was given not a single life would have been lusr They said none of the deaths were due to gas poisoning Virtually all the deaths wcrebe lieved due to suffocation from IN CELEBRATION Doth Haye H6isyvBut 4jfclared that even ifft gained office he wotiw BIS resignation The JoJnWir tion followed being handed tifW Tuesday morning Ttifirc Uons of the slg ignation if the men shot to Jeath in Chicago today before the 1930 wfs barely an hour oldBoth slayings were attributed to new years eve celebrations William Hevenamm 35 years old was shot and fatally wounded at a not taken to mean Gen Primo de qtilsb hfs leadership ii ment but merely migi fled form of the mT ship Several times recent thf PdLe0tl Roe 52 a member of the Chicago real estate board was found shot to death in front of a Kedzie avenue address Police be lieve revelers with firearms were re sponsible for his death enh uIet aent Morris Kent to the hospital with a buljet wound m the neck Merry makers were blamed for this too No Liquor Arrests Not a single arrest for liquor law violation was made by the 100 fed eral agents who were scattered thruout tlie cabarets and nitrht life centers Police however made SS3 f Drunkenness and disorderly conduct and there were several shootings SEATTLE Jan I AT i L while h rrorn Ambmnr c and effect 5 akcncd his con p L thc j I federal narcotic agent was shot and critically wounded by an imknnwr in front jT hj home here early today was about to enter his when four shots rang out from the shadows at the edge walk He fell to the pave a bullet wound in the ab irand was rushed to the citv lapsed Into her Uusband id evening on government his consittution and made him susceptible to the disease which resulted in his death at this time He is survived by his wife and six children Ncls A of Hartland town ship Mrs Ole Garnas of Manly Mrs Oscar Bgland of Silver Lake township and Mrs Ida Mandt Elmer and Alice residing at home A brother Christ N Hengesteg of Northwood and two sisters Mrs John H Johnson and Mrs John A Sime of Hartland township are still living buried beneath the strug mass of their fellows who being gling pressed in hundreds over those who fell first until there was a barrier of little bodies at the portals as much as six deep Was Not Bip Others did not share this view is one who doesnt click I chance places i State Journal j Maybe tho nrxt wi IIP tho of making some nation fight mad by reminding it of its v JV 1111O V these included gome firemen one of whom said he had been affected seriously by the fumes which es caped from illuminating gas fix tures with which the building was equipped for emergency lighting Several gas fixtures were torn away as if the children had a clutched them in their struggles An inquiry probably will shed lifflit on the point It was certain that the fe itself was a relatively small matter Thc cerna operator rushed thc roll of miming film which caught in an unexplained manner to the open TUKN TO 1ACiE 13 COLUMN i assistant pro hibition administrator here tele graphed prohibition administrator TO PAGE 12 COLUMN 3 Belmond Man Dies on His Birthday Will Be Buried Near Home BELMOND Jan Seviccs 1 dlrl l uuuj m Frank Alcachem who died Sundav morning at thc home of his slsw Mrs George Jenlson in Belmond He Mr3 GeorKC Jen a AXIS Bert Jenison of Bel and two brothers Fred Meachem of Belmond and George Mcacbcm of Colorado his action Imminent Only this week he was quoted In A B C Madrid daily as saying a n f of government would be needed ta serve in the interim the dictatorship and government under Spain s projected new constitution Aged Kensett Woman Dies at 92 Buried in Towns Cemetery KENSETT Jan lFuneral serv peGare held Tuesdav for Mrs H ing on the home farm west aKen sett who diedSunday nijjht at fh age of 92 years Heryhusband dW some years ago and one daughter n infancy Five sons are living H IOWA FORECAST LOCAL STATISTICS beGasiette weather was born JDcc 29 3 dying on his sixtyfijst birth day The Rov S U Lembach hao charge of the funeral at the George Jenison home Interment waq in thn Franklin Grove cemetery ln Bel mond that the we nan was well informed in predict Weathor Muny Want Licenses DECOHAH Jan lThc coun irlstniaa there being from 10 to i waiting to tret their 1930 ante licenses lc
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