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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 7, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                Edited for the Home Hope for Parley John Bull Will Have Something at Stake Too By CHABLES P STBWAKT WASHINGTON jan 7 conference of the end fnVf JT y y111 have one deem ing feature about it anyhow ftp 77 SUPTORTIGED FOR PARLEY sure the British government wil not be as deeply involved as Am ericas butlt will be in it part way up to its neck at all events A single group of delegates try ing to go it alone It an important into mat ional gathering are in bard luckas ours discovered the fellow negotiations in 102122 n author of the first world dsarmament compact on IKS of the own quick to see their advantage Hughes had told the universe L more than he was able to deliver in the con yeijencc did not intend to cut their worth itr Hugheshbwever 5 Ineffect they said to him 1C you will agree to cut the stuf tog out of the American navy we win agree to a lot of hokuspocus lubbers believe we are doinjr llke WJSeOf course It wilt notbe the real thing on our part but it wilt save your face Otherwise we will leave you with an unadulterated to MUST BE KEPT WITHIN DEMAND STONE BELIEVES Seek to Eliminate Peaks and Valleys in Price Trend J INCOLN Nebr Jan 7 of farm production to buying demand was named today as an essential part of the federal farm boards program by James C Stone vice chairman in an address for a general meeting of Nebraska farm organizations JT1Je farmer wants equality with industry and he is entitled to it Stone said The agricultural mar keting act was passed by congress for the purpose of giving it to him but economic laws cannot be done with in the process and one which cannot be done NAVAL MEETING Business he said regulates pro duction to meet the buying demand ffn F demftnl as the demand Tnrt lfc at a Price and at the same time tries to stim ulate and enlarge the demand If the American farmer wants tode rive the fullest benefit from this legislation MrStone added It is oeerate to oate and HENRY STIMSON Secretary of State CHICAGO POLICE OCCUPIED WITH MURDER THEFTS Crime Grows as Man Power of City Is Cut Down rHICAGO Jan 7 slay ing blamed on terrorists one attempted gang killing scores of holdups and a Gold Coast robbery in which a millionaire publisher 1Ute otliers that have CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS Secretaryof the Navy Ahove CHARLES G DAWES AmuassadortoGreat Britain IDWIGHT W7MORROW Ambassador to Mexico I I1 Hughesagreed rather a laughing stock is no longer any doubt that the comingr London conference win be a flop also probably a semi aisgulsed flop iike its predecessor But it will not be a flop altogeth er at the United States expense On the present occasion Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald of England has been as prominently Identified with the preliminary ar rangements as President Hoover the meeting go flooey andlt will pe as embarrassing for one as for the other WHY should it go flooey Well consider Britain claims to be mistress of the seas Many Americans dispute it However Prime Minister Mac Donald was so certain the British never would yield that he asked Mr Hoover to leave that question out or the two countries naval discus sion Mr Hoover acquiesced but can it be kept is so mighty fluctuations of price levels from year to year he gave as the farni ra greatest troubles adding that one of the main objects of coop erative marketing is to take out the peaks and valleys in a large meas ure m the prices of farm products over a period of years thereby plac ing the farmer who is a member of the association in a position to reg ulate production demand I have never believed the farm er really wanted anybodyto give him anything Stone added All wants is an equal opportunity dud this he is entitled to and if it is in the power of the farm board to bring this about under the present legislation I pledge you now on my own behalf as well as on behalf of the other members of the board that wef will do our best to accom Still supposing It can what next Why the next thing Is that Ja pans terms would be considered ab solutely impossible if it were not for one that is that Frances TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 1 AUNT HEX By Robert QuilJen It Joqks like the more aborsavin devices a wom an has in heikitchen the nore she depends on peanut Hitter an storebought po tato salad IOWA FALLS HAS SI 0000 BLAZE Two Garages and Dwelling House Burn No Persons Injured IOWA FALLS Jan late Monday night destroyed two nd a dwellinE with an es loss of 10000 The fire in the garage of OS TO BREAK JAIL Sixteen Inmates of California Prison Returned to Cells SACRAMENTO Cal Jan 7 B Jailor and a prisoner were Buf fering from severe wounds today and the county Jail was guarded by extra officers as the result of a not Sixteen inmates of the nails felony tank made a desperate but unsuccessful bid for their free dom last night as they were being locked m their cells The prisoners ivere armed with a Icnife and a piece of iron Threatened Officers Albert Boss charged with the murder of a grocery clerk during a holdup started the outbreak offi cers said He appeared suddenly at the niam floor cell block and de ucci 40 a garage owner who died ffrm wounds suffered in an attack early Monday One of Antonuccis six children has as a MrS AneJ The fire spread to the dwelling owned by the J G Hartmac es tate occupied by O F Kellojrfr The home is a total loss altho some of the household goods were saved The loss is only partially covered by insurance Fire is supposed to tjave originated from defective wir ing m one of the trucks Effec tive work of the fire department saved several adjacent dwelltats wo one was injured HOTELPATnONS DIE IN BLAZE Officials Investigating Cause of Fire at Pittsburgh Kans The alarm was spread and the Junty ail was surrounded bv sheriffs deputies and policemen The physical violence was pre cipitated by Harry Abel held for holding up a roadhouse near Sacra mento Abel struck Jailor George TURN TO PAGE 4 COMrUN Z EDITlEXPECTS PROSPEROUS 30 Clifford De Puy Tells Iowa Investment Bankers Out look Is Optimistic DBS MOINES Jan on timtatic outlook for business in Iowa was given to a meeting o las ToUCh of Sub ZeroWeather DBS MOINES Jan 7 Subzero temperatures camo into parts of Iowa last night for a temporary visit Sioux City and Charles City awoke today in 6 below zero weather while Des Moines had a 1 below reading Continued cold was the weather bureaus forecast for tonight with a bit warmer weather for Wednesday CHICAGO Jan 7 sonalwarmth turned to bitter cold today as winter whipped a drizzling rain into an icy blast In many places over the central and northwest a drop of around 40 degrees was predicted In Chicago the thermometer at 7 oclock last night stood at 51 three degrees under the all time record for January warmth But the weather bureau blasted hopes for further mildness with a predic tion 10 above here today and zero by night Early today1 t was 5 above in Kansas City and the ground was covered with snow and sleet on STORMBOUND PITTSBURGH Kana Jan 7 UP patrons of the Wick hotel If Tre burned to deati and five Injured early today by f ire wh ch flee from to t H the threestory hotel Authorities were investigating re had ire escapes police said The dead are Clarence rTSfn mthe Kansas City itv in of c the Northwestern Banker Giving the results of a question naire submitted to Iowa bankers S may look for ia due a prosperous tie declared no other state amore favorable outlook Puy gave three factors Ir eating 1930 willbe a prosperous one for Iowa Total Income of the people has Increased every year but one for 20 years activity in the Bond market is promised while 67 per cent of the bankers said they believe the idea of investment trusts was sound and urged further education along this line Airline Fleet LONDON Jan 7 ial Ainvays is constructing a fleet of Right air Imers for the cross chan nel and India services each equipped withsmoking room and bar and a cabin as large as a railway coach DENVER Colo Jan 7 wcky Mountain region was storm bound today by a blizzard that stretched from the slopes of the Rockies eastward and south thru iansas Oklahoma and Texas al most to the Gulf The swirling snow resulted in the rash of an airmail plane in Colo rado last night Today Montana Wyoming and Colorado felt the ef fects of the storm that came after an extended period of mild weatlier 25 Degrees Below Clear and cold weather the kind that sends the mercury reeling pre vailed in Montana where nianv points reported temperatures ns low as 20 below At Lewistown 25 bc TURJ TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 4 Kanawha Man Injured Skating Receives Three Broken Ribs Bruised KANAWHA Jan Mc Neish of the firm of Miller and Mc Nelsh here in the grocery business got badly hurt Sunday at the Ice party at the West Twin miles east of Kanawha The whole ake was a clear ice and hundreds of skaters had gathered and while many were driving their cars at full speed and had hangerson on ropes he driver would put the brakes on w 1 a tlJril wWr MrMcNcfsh tumbled and fell breaking lug col ar bone and three ribs He wns ARE SENTENCED Rum Chasers Pleaded Guilty to Drinking Confiscated Liquor LONDON Conn Jan 7 pleaded guilty of in toxication from confiscated liquor 10 coastguardsmen were on their boats today awaiting review of sentences by Secretary Mcl Twentyfour coastguardsmen are accused of intoxication and 15 with reC 29 Whetl the FlorDelMar a smuggling craft was captured in Long Island sound and towed to New London where her liquor cargo was unloaded The stolen liquor was found in coast guard barracks and aboard cost guard boats A general1 court martial heard 10 pleas of guilty yesterday nnd was called into session again today to hear other cases Commander M J Ryan presi dent of the court martial said those convicted of theft were liable to dishonorable discharge while the tr of the man now serving a 25 with sentence Connection with tho Ranleri case beieve Antonucci was Kued for refusal to pay tribute tn band which fibred m the Ranieri investigation All Thru The gangland assault was aimed known fa POItti as a gangsterand hbodlurr Se was shot in the back andI critic cally wounded A motorist heard a A a5 saw McManus staggering At tho hospital McBfanuf would not answer police questions McManus was known as nn avowed enemy of Henry Whoops aDaisy OConnor killed in a gun I light at a restaurant Sept 3 He to have been connected Side liquor ring Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Jan This is a peculiar country A fool can make money not only can but doesl But it takes real brains to give it away wisely Thats why three or our finest and most trusted citizens were picked to give away six mil lion And Al Smith proved WILL ROGERS himself a big manMr Cooliclge naturally saw the things in New England that was tremendous ly deserving and provided for them Mr Rosenwald whose passion is giving away even his own money saw his needy in Chicago and put them on the list But do you know Al Smith never took one single cent of the money for the democrats and if you can find more de serving charity than them you will have to journey to Armenia Yours WILL ROGERS NOTED FIGURES IN EUROPE WILL BE JIT luor ring Three revolvers were fouAd on him Charles Manton Richter vice president and general manager o the Consolidated Magazines corpor ation was the Gold Coast robber Sant5itS took Posawstan hnnrt e drive apartmen bound him Mrs Richter and tw fh7rtS t0 olmirsan1 their hps with adhesive tape The robbers rang the bell an DCe at th sentence possible for the others was a months restriction tement hy CaitH H Wolf commander of the destroyer force said that four sacks of stol en liquor 56 quarts and 12 pints ail intact had been recovered 3 Robberies nn Hour that he be not molested Th TO PAGE 4 COLUMN a PAID LOBBYIST Baldwin Says He Got 150 Columns of Publicity in Newspapers WASHINGTON Jan 7 D JUiam H Baldwin New York publicity man testified today be tnc senate lobby committee se had been employed for SI month by the American bot NEW JURY MAY PROBE HUCKINS Cedar Rapids Indictment Against Mystery F ciers Sought CEDAR RAPIDS Jan 7 PIA grand jury investigation of the mys terious financial maneuvers of Georp E and Elmer S Huckins was in prospect today following the announcement of County AttoWy Carl Hendrickson that he would seek ndictments against the men charging obtaining money under false pretenses George Huckias whose home is Cedar Rapids is under technical ar rest here on a true taming the same charge hi ommee t was havc appcired in he had been employed for SI at Wautoma today on a Ior charge of being a fugitive from jus True informations were sworn out against both men when civil suits were brot here to seek recovery bv investors In their business which is said to pay 26 to 52 per cent divi to recover investments of 500 tiers of beveraies to handle publicity advocating a low duty on sugar in the pending tariff Baldwin started in said his employment March 1929 and that an h later he was granted a 1000 month bonus Asked about the amount of pub licity he had got in thenewspapers Baldwin said he could not give an estimate but that it was more than 150 columns Brilliant Assembly to B Present at Royal Nuptials OME Jan 7 BMarie Jose Princess of Belgium and Crown wi h Humbert of Itay tomorrow will be married before one of the most brilliant assemblies seen at any European court since before the The ceremony will take place at the historic Pauline chapel of the Quirmal palace scene of four con claws for election of popes rt will be the first time since April 9 when Princess Yolanda of married Count Calvi di Italy Cardinal Maffi archbishop of Pisa noted astronomer and long time friend of the Italian royal fam e e will Beccana riue assisted by Monsitrnor chaplain PRESIDENT BIDS GOODBYE TO HIS NAVAL EXPERTS Hoover Asks People to Have Faith in Con ference WASHINGTON Jan 7 TJPresi I deHt snin eooclbye to day to the American delegation to a stat DaVnl oonfeonce with that the American people would co operate in the progress of the con i and freedom from criticism He warned that the complexities OL the problem were such that we neea hope for no immediate and quick results To complete the con would be in itself acTom phshment he said and we should not expect any hurried conclusions t livery Xution Favorable ihe chief executive said there was good will toward the conference on Hie part of eveoy nation and ex pressed his own belief that tho United States never before had sent a delegation abroad with such al grasp of the essentials of the prob lein which they have to solve The five delegates to the confer1 cnce who will sail from New York Thursday to join the other two Am bassadors Dawes and Gibson as well as the technical advisers at tended the white house breakfast They were Henry L Stimsou sec retary of jstate and chairman lenariESFrancis of the navy Senator Robinson Arkansas Senator Reed of Penn sylvania and Dwight Morrow ambassador to Mexico After the breakfast Secretary Stimson issued a farewell message i which he said this was a most opportune time for the United States lo meet with these same powers Great Britain Japan Italy ami France to see if wo cannot still further delay or decrease ex penses of the battleship fleet Off for Anw York At the same lime we shall en deavor to find n mutually satis factory arrangement forlimiting the building of cruisers destroycra and submarines he added and thus still further increase that sense of security essential to international good will After the DreaKfaat ana cabinet meeting Secretary SUmson left for New York to rest at his Long Is land home beforejoining the other delegates aboard the steamer George Washington which will sail Thurs day Presidents Statement r The presidents statement was made at his regular press confer ence some hours after he had held a fmnl breakfast conference with UULUI enuo wlcn American delegates and their tech LUC cndC ncivj3crs It mentor 7 am suro tho whole nation bids Otlfpr iklliood and youth Godspeed to the American delepa Uther distinguished tion that leaves tomorrow for the London naval arms conference Tha Other distinguished vlll assist erf iist of Guests The guests will number three A iu I umner three s Albert of the Belgians Vic ne people nnd the governments of the five nations assembling at this meeting arc sincerely desirous that TURN TO PACK I COIYUMN S TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 4 FIREMAN DIES FIGHTING BLAZE Blaze Under Con trol After Five Hour Battle 01 i r T nua ne wns ushed to town and js now getting uonir as well as expected To Buy Airport CHARITON Jan 7 ictition asking the city council to loat a bond issue of 525000 with which to buy a 100acre tract of land for a Chariton airport was being considered by the city fath ers today Chariton has no airport at present Doubt as to what action Elmer Huckms attorneys will take when their client isrequested to return vo untarily to Iowa prompted Hen drickson to seek the grand jury in dictments he said He algo stated that he would ask the grand jury today to begin its investigation and hoped for a quick return of the in dictments scfracteristic of America that nobody wanted the stock ex change investigated while its crazl nefls paid a City Jan man cailsed death ot one man a fireman and injuries rn nearly two score otners inJdestroy a million feet of lumber of the was after by offj tho company at or more In addition near lhe The man who lost his life was Lieut William Pat ton ad of the Ioiiisvi lie salvage corps He was e and 7 R crnno othci fircmen lost control a hose and fell on a concrete IOWA FORECAST toilr Tuesday night nnd Wed nesday continued cold Tues day night not quite so cold edncsday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures foe 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Monday 19 Move Minimum in Night 8 Below At 8 A M Tuesday 7 Below Monday night brot the coldest weather of the new year when the mercury dropped to 8 below zero 3 degrees above the previous low mark of the winter established in December The wind was out of the ho the sun was laboring vallanUv there was not a very rapid ascent of veatrrSter   

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