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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 11, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home EDITION FOE FOR HEFLIN Huddleston Asked to Run Against Alabaman I10 KeprLentalhTe to senator ijcun because e ust Huddieston t seems as if it would or any two individuals NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVI NO sr 1H IcLCt iictt vtJl brand of intelligence ised withthe erratic insurgency of a Borah considers himself forward iokjng andis quite simply means to draw a d action between his own enlighten W OF o rth6UmedievaI backward j essof a Joe Grundy r 1 FATOR SMITH W BROOK 1RT of Iowa for instance is a essive as the upper house is familiar with D fveJsm On the same basis aena r Hiram Bingham of Connecti jitis a conservative is no use for Brookhart and mgham to try to exchange ideaV not only speak diffeernt lan ttheirtemperments are as as the polesand tho employed on ADMIRALTY HAS AGREED TO CUT STRENGTH DOWN Offer Termed Reckless Gamble With Nations Security r ONDON Janli AV A1exander first Jora of the admiralty that Great Britain is willmg to reduce its crui ser complement from 70 to 50 at the forthcoming London conference has not found so strong a welcome from hnLnUsh press as he may hive nopeci trJ etdjtorials in two newspapers today there was a distinct note of warning and fear lest the Kelloge pact as a guarantee of peace was being overrated and Great Brit ain s security be compromised No Change of View The Times independent moder ately conservative but supporting as far M Possible called for a more detailed explana tion as to how the reduction was justified and argued that the peace ful outlook ofthe moment was due rather to universal war weariness than to international agreements The Kellogg honor to and confirmed an existing atate of affairs but did not create a newsituation the Times thisr is no U S DELEGATES SAIL FOR NAVAL PARLEY TRYING TO LOOT SAFE IN GARAGE eaon which as Brookhart oth leaton and Beck are perfect capable of swapping liberal and Conservative viewsyes and agree 1 S TUDDLESTON is a democrat who back for his democratic to Thomas Jefferson TO PACK 8 COLUMN 2 qUBNS TO DEATH fetor Attempts Emer gency Landing Near Sidney Nebr NEY Nebr Jan 11 snow won a grim contest with Jes Chuck Kenwood 28 air who was burned to death Anight when he attempted an fSreney landing near here as plane crashed on the farm o 1 Couch after he had evidently up all of his flarea without a suitable landing place gasoline tank exploded envel the machine in flames Ken was dragged from the cock by Couch and a neighbor but within a few minutes is plane and most of the mail destroyed A number of jkg were found scattered from touches Even assuming the possibility of war 3s at present negligible the paper contended it is being at the wrong end to cut down our cruis ers which areneeded for peace as well as war instead of dealing first with huge battleships which exist for war and war only Is Reckless Gamble The Times noted with satisfac tion that the admiraltys consent to deduction of cruisers was hedged about with very proper restric tions but said it did not find this sufficient and that what First Lord Alexander said about the cruiser question made urgently necessary comprehensive reasoned state ment of the principles on which the government is approaching the en tire subject matter of the naval conference The Telegraph conservative daily declared that most people will re gard the governments binding itself on the assumption of assured peace a reckless gamble with the nations security and urged that notwith standing the importance of the pact it is merely ludicrous to treat it Cations conference as wiifui Morrow ambassador to Mexico secretary of state Senator Jpseph I Howard Rites Indefinite AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen Id like to start a home or aged bed bugs just to if any kind o charity is too silJy to get money out o rich widows like Stella TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 3 SOUTHWEST GETS MERCURY RISE Forecast Still Unsettled Over Most of Wide Area DBS MOINES Jan 11 ing temperatures brot some relief to Iowa today from the intense cold of the last several days but they also brot the prospect for more snow The weather bureau forecast an additionalrise in thetemperature later today but at tho same time said that snow may be expected to night and Sunday Charles City and Des Moines were the coldest places in Iowa last night according to the bureau Each city reported 8 above zero Siou City was the warmest with 16 above Dubuque and Keokuk re ported 12 above and Davenport 10 Higher Temperature KANSAS CITY Jan 11 Temperatures rose over most of the southwest and Rocky mountain re gion today after a sixday old bliz zard and cold wave but clouded skies and ominous reports from gov ernment weather bureaus warned against a too hasty optimism Only along the gulf coast of Texas and the Rio Grande valley did the storm bring more severe conditions Temperatures dropped there the night and loss of fruit was feared Livestock already has suf fered extensively The southwest 1UKN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN S MISSING FARMER IS FOUND DEAD Body of Man Lost in Snow storm Located in Well CENTERVILLE Jan n The body of Arthur Newell 55 wh disappeared from his home Thurs day morning during a heavy snow storm wasfound today in a wel on hia farm near Unionviile Mo had searched for him yeste day and this morning y Newell disappeared Thursday morning while feeding his jivestoclf Tracks near the well ledto the discovery of the body The well was taken to JMO where a coroners be held to determine th death inquest e cause BLIMP STRIKES TREE Pilot and Navigator Escape as Goodyear Puritan Is Almost Demolished CAMPTON Ky Jan 11 a heavy fog theGoodyear blimp The Puritan smashed into a tre here today and was almost demol its occupants escape without injury V Smith pilot who came here said that not until the bag struck a tree md ho or AC uweil the navigator realize thev were so near the earth Intense cold weather had forced them to drop down from ahigh altitude The blimp left Akron Ohio at 10 o clock last night for Gadsden Ala and reports from Ashland Kyin dicated it had a narrow escape from striking high tension wires there It was valued at Services May Be Arranged for Monday Mine Burns 45 Years LEXINGTONOhio Jan countys 15 year old mine fire has broken out anew m many places on the hills adjoin ing New Straitsville Ohio The latest damage caused by the fire came as the result of burning coal under the New LexingtonLogan road causing the highway to drop four feet into an old mine entry Mason City Relative Slightly Injured in Wreck on Way to Elma ELMA Jan ar rangements for frrank E Howard J4 editor of the Elma New Era and prominent North Iowa demo crat who was killed when struck oy a Great Western freight train at a crossing here yesterday while lot definitely arranged will be newat Church of the Immaculate Conception here either Monday or ufd5y morning The Rev Father E Donnelly will officiate Definite selection ofthe day cle upon word from a brother Howard in Colorado who not been reached today Purty Figured in Wreck AHof Mr Howards four chil dren arrived here last night A C toward a son of Mason City and his wife escaped serious injury on wyhere Mason City when their car was wrecked near New Haven Mrr Howard received TPRN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 4 GRAIN ELEVATOR Loss of Million Dollars Sus tained in Cleveland Blaze FRANK SHANE IN RACE AGAIN Ottumwa Senator to Seek Presidency Pro Tern pore OTTUMWA Jan 11 UPJState Senator Frank Shane of Wapello county today announced his inten tion of entering the republican pri maries in June for renomination He acided that he again would make F tl0r the Pudency pro temper of the upper house a position h occupied in 1927 and 1929 Shane who was a candidate be state centra committee last year for lieutenan governor to succeed the late Clem F Kimball said he would not con sider entering the primaries thi year m opposition to Lieut Gov Arch McFarlane who defeated him ra the central committee caucus Leonard Simmer one of Wapello county s state representatives also announced himself a candidate for reelection and added that he would seek the speakership inwhich con nection he was mentioned laat vear preceding the election of J Johnson of Knoxville L W Hall of Eldon the other Wapello county representative also will seek reelection Vigilante Fires at Un identified Sioux Cityan CIOUX CITY Jan 11 and seriously wounded at this morning while attempting to open the safe in the Steainhauei garage at Climbing Hill a village 21 miles southeast of here one uniden tified robber lies in a critical condi tion in a Sioux City hospital while sheriffs aides scoured the country side in search for his companion The wounded man 29 years old and said to be a resident of Siou City refused to give his name He was shot by August Stein liauer proprietor of the garage and a member of the Climbing Hill vig ilancecommittee who was sleeping m a room at the garage a noise as the robbers broke in the front door he grasped his revolver and went to the door opening into the office There he saw one man kneeling in front of the safe whil another stood at the outer door Steinhauer fired at the man at th safe who crumpled to the floor A the vlgiiante stepped back he hear the wounded robber call to Jimmy The latter started to approach his companion then apparently fearing a second shot stepped outside to th ur dn garage Meanwhile the wounded man crawled from the office to the out side of the building where he was assisted into the car by the second man andjioth droveoff They were followed on foot by an other vigilante Vic Rasmussen About a block away near the Climb ng Hill school the bandit car struck a post and stalled As Rasmussen ran up gun in hand one of the men escaped while the wounded man was captured HAMMLSENDS HUCKINS PAPERS Will Rogers NEW YORK Jan liit seemed like old times to heat Mi Coolidge quoting statistics over the ro deo Thursday night No man can quote fig ures like he can And he always pulls a new one for us Since the Wall street crash which the re publicans refer to as a buaiWILL ROGERS ness readjustment prominent men have done nothing but tell of the strength of the countrv Steel was strong T and T strong Radio was Breath was strong We have been strongecl to death in speeches and statements But Thursday night Mr Coolidge said The hearc oi uie Ameri can people is strong And over 500 died of heart failure during the late republican re adjustment What he really meant was that the American public s head is strong but heart is weak Yours for true statistics WILL ROGERS SENATE OJUS to CLEVELAND Ohio Jan 11 UP i James which still sullen v smou dered early today levelled an elevator valued with its contents of gram at in the citys mos n e cys most serious and spectacular fire of recent years Twentynine companies utilizing every available fire hose in Cleve and and crews of two fire tugs battled ice and fire for hours last night m a vain attempt to save the 10 story elevator of the Cleveland Grain company a landmark located in the industrial section alone the uyahoga river valley MnLnUlding Itself was at 4oO000 and the grain which it stored 5600000 by Charles G Wat fins president of the grain com SUIT ATTACKS WILLS LEGALITY Relative of Benefactor Seeks to Recover Sum of NEW YORK Jan 11 suit attacking the legality of provision m the will of Conrad Hubert under which Calvin Coolidga Alfred E famith and Julius Rosenwald allo cated 56000000 in public benefac tions was on file today Joseph Horwich a brother of wi30 was bequeathed Si 000000 is the complainant Under the terms of the will he riska his cgacy ag the document provides that any heirs at law of next of kin who contest the document shall have their legaciesrevoked and the amount shall be added to the por tion left for distribution to charity prosecutor to Proceed Wisconsin for Kohler Signature CEDAR RAPIDS Jan 11 Uov John Hammill sent requisition papers here today for Elmer S Huckins and his wife Amelia of Hancock Wis who were indicted here Thursday on charges of ob taining money under false nre tenses County Attorney Carl Hendrlck son said he expected to go to Mad the signature of Governor Kohler of Wisconsin Tuesday he will go to Wafctoma Wis when Elmer Huck ins is to be tried on a charge of be ing a fugitive from justice Hendrickson said he expected both defendants to be turned over to him immediately Attorneys for the two have announced bail will be here Hucking bond is of which 517000 is on two true informations charging obtain inoney by false pretenses and is on the indictment makintr the same charge Attorneys say they expect Elmer Huckins bond will be reduced to near that provided for his son George on one true information charge and the one count in the in uctment George Huckins is in a hospital under treatment for a nervous ail ment here after providing the two charges which re jilted from investigations into an alleged 26 to 52 per cent interest aying venture Industrial Commission Labor Report Is Made DAVENPORT Jan 11 ures compiled by the Davenport In dustrial commission show that there are 560 more persons employed in local industrial plants now than on John C Shenk industrial com missioner says employment condi tions here are well above normal for tni3 time of year FINANCE GROUP Western Republicans Win Two Seats on Committee Jan 11 The reshaped senate republican or ramzation with Senators LaFollette Wisconsin and Thomas Idaho on the finance committee was ap proved without consent today by the republican conference Content with getting Senator La on the finance committee which considers revenue and tariff legislature the Western independ ents put their approval on the new S6Lll The young guard also won rep resentation in having Thomas on the finance committee and the new slate put the faction split republi cans of the senate on a workimr basis Senator Jones of Washington was given the chairman of the appro priations committee succeeding the late Senator Warren of Wyoming and Senator McNary of Oregon too over the assistant leadership va cated by p The new uprising among some o the western independents in behal fipIiCf McMaster outh Dakota on the interstat commerce committee ended abnmt y The South Dakptan has a prom se of the next vacancy on this com mittee on which two western inde pendents already have places Senator Howell of Nebraska vithdrew his motion to have the new committee assignments re erred back to the committee on ommittees with instructions to lace McMaster on interstate corn Senator Grundy of Pennsylvania was placed on the banking and cur ency commitee one of the major ommittees and also on naval af service and manufac SICKNESS OF 11 OTHERS BLAMED ON ILL PARROTS Various Parts of U S Report Mysterious Malady WASHINGTON Jan U v With two dead from parrot fever and 11 cases of the mysterious malady reported from distant sec tions of the country government health authorities are taking steps to prevent spread of the disease The deaths occurred in Toledo Ohio where Mrs Percy Q Wil liams succumbed and in Baltimore where the victim was Mrs Louise Schaeffer Four additional cases were reported from Ohio and seven from Maryland with unconfirmed reports of three more cases in the latter state and onein California Surgeon General Hugh S dim ming has been advised that three in Annapolis resulted from contact with a recently imported parrot that had been purchased from a New York pet store Fumi gation of the store is expected to ensue U Are 111 Maryland health authorities have been asked to investigate and re 011 to the federal bureau Yester day one of its agents Dr Charles Armstrong called on the Annapolis patients and said there was prac tically no doubt that they were suf fering from parrot fever known to physicians as psittacosis The three stricken in Annapolis his wife end to the the Kalmeycontracted the illness and the unconfirmed report of three more cases in Maryland placed them within this group In Balti more four employes of a pet shop were side with the disease At War ren Ohio Mr and Airs W W Me Miss Clody MuEntirc were ill and under qv with psittacosis and the widower of the dead woman at Toledo was seriously ill from the same ailment No Epidemic Dr Gumming has no fear that the disease will become epidemic but urges caution He advises that con tact with newly imported parrots be avoided as sure means of nre venting contagion The symptoms of the malady are almost identical with those of typhoid fever but are complicated by pulmonary disorders similar to pneumonia The disease is very rare and is believed to be contracted only from the birds with little dan GET LIQUOR AT LEHIGH BAKERY Six Gallons and 32 Half Pints of Alleged Alcohol Taken and i e Keized in a raid at oclock Saturday afternoon by federal and county officers at the Cerro Gordo Lc5llsh row Proprte wm hne and charges will be filed acrairmt him b IOWA FORECAST Snow Saturday night and hunday Not quite so cold Sat urday night in south and ex trenia cast portion LOCAL STATISTICS weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 17 Above Minimum in Night 4 Above At a A M Saturday 13 Above Trace of snow The close of the week found about an inch of snow on the ground a south wind and rising tempera maxmum of 17 was the highest recorded since Monday afternoon and the nights minimum highest since last Sunday WEATHER FORECAST Weather outlook for week heKiu mng Monday Jan 13 For upper Mississippi and lower Missouri val eys and northern and central Teat plains Much unsettled weath er with occasional precipitation temperatures will average near normal except possibly below nor mal m extreme north portions   

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