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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 3, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY W i ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE EDITION Bogus Issues Stewart Favors Six or Eight Political Parties By CHARLES P STEWART ASHIKTGTON April tor Brookhart of Iowa recently of fered to plug for the democratic candidate for president against Mr Hoover in 1932 provided the democrats put up either Senator Norria of Nebraska or Sen ator Borah of Idaho Needless to state no one ex pects the demo crats to do it If they should be an acknowledg ment that the democratic party of yore has ceased to neither Senator Norris nor Senator Borah can qualify as a Jeffersonian democrat by any manner of means V TO be sure the Jeffersonian de no longer exists any Plenty of socalled democrat senators and representatives have no more Jeffersonianism in thei system than Senator Norris or Sen ator Borah However their party i in the habit of considering then democrats so it is certain to nomi nate one of them in 1932 Of course Senator Broolchart un derstands this perfectly What he said undoubtedly was a mere oratorical flourish what he plainly meant was that he would tike to vote for Senator Norris or Senator Borah at the head of a third presidential ticket might think that the progressiveswould have had enough of third party attempts in 1924 perhaps it is suggestive tha Tnrp to Page 7 Column MASON APRIL 3 1930 UNITED PHESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENT NO 151 HELD SLAYER VICTOR IN VOTE Bruening Considering Dis olving Reichstag to Hold Elections BERLIN April 3 lor Heinrlch Bruening whose new cabinet scored its first victory in the Reichstag today defeating a nonconference motion called a cabinet meeting immediately after adjournment to decide on his gov ernments position He was reported to be concerned over the problem of obtaining a ma Jority for the governments com plete program and to have con suited his cabinet as to whether it would not be better after all to dls solve the reichstag and have new elections The nationalists who did not sup port todays nonconference motion which was defeated 252 to 187 made so many reservations that Chancellor Bruening was fearful the nationalist support might prove illusory when it came to practical work It is understood that the cabinet shared Chancellor Bruenings an noyance at Dr Hugenbergs atti tude but Calmer counsels prevailed and the remainder of the cabinet session was devoted to working out detailed legislative measures which will be presented as soon as possi ble to the reichstag Sinn Blue EarthMayor BLUE EARTH Minn April At the city election held Tuesday William Sinri was elected mayor by a majority of 11 votes over Walter Schwen The former mavor M G Horgan was not n candidate AUNT HET By Robert QuiJIen Men folks say a woman lias got Intuition because theyre auhamecl to admit she could be smartern them without some special help Crime USUAL FETHODS GIVE NO GLEWS TO WIFE SLAYER Scrapings From Finger nails May Solve Chi cago Crime CHICAGO April 3 modern crime laboratory threw itsresources into the search for the ribbon slayer of Mrs Mildred Hels ing today after police had practical ly abandoned hope of solving thu mystery thru the usual methods None of the clews found by police seemed to be any aid toward find ing the person who strangled the youngt wife with a satin ribbon Tues day evening Even the black ribbon found around her neck and at first considered a valuable clew gave no hint of the slayer after other pieces exactly like the daath ribbon were found in the apartment Call Crime Experts The recently organized criminal detection laboratory of Northwest ern University wascalled into the case and today made a microscopic study involving the suspects police have rounded up as well as the slain womans husband Reuben Helsing Dr Clarence Muehlberger of the Northwestern laboratory took scrapings from beneath the finger Turnto Page 7 NINE ARE KILLED AS FIREWORKS PLANT IS RUINED Sound of Explosion Near Philadelphia Heard for Miles PHILADELPHIA April 3 least nine persons were killed and scores of others injured in a series of explosions today at the plant of the Pennsylvania Fireworks Display company inc at Devon 16 miles wiest of Philadelphia About 35 injured persons were taken to the Bryn Mawr hospital Fire companies from many ot the suburban towns rushed to the scene to give first aid to injured and lo rush the injured to the hospital Heard for Many Mllos The explosion was so terrific that It wasfelt and heard for many miles Much damage was caused in the immediate vicinity by the blast Automobiles that were passing the plant at the time were said to have been thrown from the road The plant of Benjamin T Dent ner a short distance from the scene Turn to Inge 7 Column CHICAGO YOUTH GETS MILLIONS 15 Year Old Student In herits Large Estate of His Father CHICAGO April 3 Thompson 15 year old Chicago boy preparing to enter Yale will not have to worry about finances while attending is to receive he estate of his father Dave P Thompson valued at between S2 500000 and His father a director of the In and Steel company died in Miami ria March 21 without leaving a will Probation of the estate began yesterday with one of Chicagos greatest banks named conservator Alexis Is now a student at St Pauls academy Concord Mass Find New Cave DECORAH April 3 children have discovered another ave in the series of ice caves in his vicinity They let themselves lown about 10 feet and found a icrizontal passageway At the jnd hey discovered a cave which stlmated was 25 tect high and bout 15 feet FIRST PICTURES OF BYRDS RETURN MISSING YOUTH BEING SOUGHT Bby From New Hampshire Believed Seen in Iowa Towns ADEL April 3 for Georgo Macalliston 17 schoolboy of Moultonboro N H who disap peared following an automobile ac cident in which he thot he had killed hia chum Ernest McDonald is being centered around this town and Waukee where it is believed the young man was seen In several occasions in recent weeks Miss Eva Lana of Waukee stated that a youth to whom she gave a meal in February resem bled a picture of the young man Others have told of picking him up on the highway recently and feed ing him To each he related a story of having come from New England in seavch of work He told one farmer that he was on his way to Grimes to work to another he stated that he was headed for Omaha Ernest Davis grandfather of the boy has been conductinga nationwide search for him Ilnmiltnn Talks In Aredale AREDALE April Ham ilton of the commercial school of Mason City gave an address to the Aredale high school Tuesday after noon Mr Hamilton told of some of the opportunities in the business world of today for young persons Cosgrave Is ReElected as Ireland Chief DUBLIN Irish Free State April 3 fF William T Cosgrave was re stored today to the presidency of the Irish free state an office he held from 1922 until last week when he resigned after defeat in the dail on an opposition measure He was rclected by the dail eireann last night by a vote of 80 to 65 In two preceding ballots his opponents Eamonn De Valcra of the fianna fail and Thomas J OCon nell labor leader were eliminated De Valera by a vote of 93 to 54 and OConnell by a poll of 78 to 13 Mr Cosgraves name was pro posed only after Mr De Valera who is in the United States on a lecture tour had been nominated and de feated and Mr OConnell had been put up and voted down His election had been taken as almost a foregone conclusion since his resignation last week The president of the Irish Free State Is not president in the Ameri can sense but is president of tho cabinet council whose members he appoints from the membership of the dal and which is responsibleto the dail The nominal head of the government ia the governor general appointed by the crown James MacNcili When President Cosgraves minis try fell last week it had survived since 1D22 passing a general elec MISSOURI Turn fo Colu mn Tulsa Honors Glider Pilot and His Companion With Banquet BULLKTIN TULSA Okla April 3 w Continuing his Irnnscontlnentji glider flight Capt Frank Hawks took off hero nt m for Springfield Mo with East St Louis III his goal for tonights stop His departure1 planned for 7 n in Wus delayed by fog and low ceiling TULSA Okia April 3 more than half of a proposed jour ney across the continent in a motor less glider completed Capt Frank Hawks today expected to continue his trip by a flight from Tulsa to St Louis Drawn by a small twoplace bi plane piloted by J D Jernigan jr Captain Hawks landed his fragile 300pound glider the Eaglet at the Tulsa airport at p m yes terday Later the glider pilot holder ot both the eastwest and westeast transcontinental flight records was honored at a banquet A distance of 1505 miles has been Clown by the glider train which is cnroute to New York ana which left San Diego Cal Sunday morning A midday stop is scheduled at Springfield Mo GREAT BRITAIN U S AND JAPAN ALL IN ACCORD Credit Given to Reed for Smoothing Out Diffi culties T ONDON April 3 an nouucement was made at Amer ican delegation headquarters today that the Americans British and Japanese are in complete accord The only points to be settled are details relating to Japanese reser vations on the scrapping and replac ing of ships in order to keep Uieir dockyards working It was said there would be no factor of dif ficulty in any of the Japanese reser vations Senator Reed who was credited by his colleagues with having been instrumental in solving the Ameri can British and Japanese problem made the following statement to newspaperme i after the meeting I cannot too strongly impress on you the fine spirit in which the Jap anese and British have met us There was no disposition to quibble on the part of any one the three delegations At the conclusion of the meeting the throe chjefs appointed a sub committee consisting of Admiral W V Pratt and Captain Alexander Van Kueren representing Uie United States Admiral Fisher and Captain Bellairs Great Britain and Admiral Abo and Captain Toyoda Japan This subcommittee will study the amount which would nor mally be laid down in Japanese yards under the ReedMatsudaira agreement and make suggestions to supplement deficiencies work As far as Japanese reservations regarding her right again to raise the question of her naval desires at the 1933 conference arc it was said Great Britain and the United States also had reserved the right again to express their desires and position at that time On the question of replacing ves sels before the age limit has been reached it is understood Great Brit ain may desire some acceleration of Turn 1o VHKO 7 Column THIRDKllAP SUSPECT HELD Alleged St Louis Gangster Questioned in Abduct ing of Katz KANSAS CITY April 3 hird suspect in the re puted kidnapingextortion of Mi chael Katz millionaire druggist was confined in a Kansas City jail to Raymond Tipton 22 alleged asso nate of St Louis gangsters was irot here early today by two de ectlves who obtained custody heir prisoner yesterday in Sc auls He denied all knowledge of he kidnaping and was booked for nvestigation pending the filing ol more formal charges Two other alleged participants in the extortion the last of a series perpetrated OD prominent persons havebeen arraigned on state war rants The men Bossie Nigro Kan sas City and Eddie GoggleEyed I Leonard of St Louis are held without bond Investigation of the case which came to light five days after its reputed execution March 38 is bo Ing made by a county grand jury which began sessions yesterday Michael Katz believed actuated ny fear of the consequences has re fused to discuss the affair with police Officers believe five men wen concerned in the plot said to have started with fhe daylight kidnaping of the victim as he drove his auto mobile from his home Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal April hold the record unchal lengedfor forming clubs and or ganization for no earthly reason at all for every kind of goofy project both na tional and in ternational but occas i o n a 1 1 j somebody dons come thru witn a great idea a n d having these Gold Star mothers visit their s o n s WILL ElOCiEKS graves at government expense is a masterpiece and makes up for all the cuckoo other things we do That will be by far the must representative American pilgrim age that ever left our shores There goes your real good will delegation No diplomacy no schemes to put over Just moth ers the same the world over We cant wish them happiness but we do wish them contentment Yours WILL ROGERS HUGE TASK OF ARGEEMENT ON TARIFF STARTED Six Major Disputes Con front Senate House Group T17ASHINGTON April 3 The v Htupendoiis task of bringing the house and senate into agreement upon the 1250 disputed points of the tariff bill was taken in hand today by conference committees representing the two branches of congress The measure now more than i year in the making moved into an other and a final stage of Its pro gress toward enactment and the ora torical tumult that has attended its formulation was replaced by the quiet of a committee room from which the public was barred Have 6 Major Disputes Six major disputes confronted the conferees all of which they are to bring back to their respective houses for record votes before n final agreement is reached On the remainder of the controverted points the work of the conference consisted in arriving at compromise figures between the rates approved by the house and those written into the bill by the senate The house conferees were bound by a gentlemans agreement to come to no decision on sugar ce ment lumber and shingle rates without first seeking the advice of BLOW BY BEER BOTTLE FATAL TO ALBIA MAN Early Morning Argument Results in Fight Out side Cafe ALBIA April 3 Clair 27 Lovilia was held in the Monroe county jail here today in connection with the death of Harry Gowdy 24 a miner Gowdy died yesterday from a fractured skull received when ho was struck by a beer bottle Altho no specific charges have been filed Clair is alleged to have struck Gowdy following1 an argu ment in a Lovilia restaurant at 1 a in Wednesday The miner died in u hospital here several hours later Clair said they were ordered out the restaurant and continued their argument on the street Gowdy got in his automobile according to the story Clair told police Police said they understood Gowdy reach ed out and caught him by Ihe shoulder and he then swung the beer bottle striking Gowdy on the left temple Clair would not tell officers the cause of the dispute He said he never had met Gowdy before An inquest will be held tomorrow morning it was announced v Turn lo 7 Column German Commander Gen Von Der Goltz Dead BERLIN April 3 Bar on George Konrad Von Der Gollz died here aged 77 He took a promi nent part in the battle of Tanuen berg as commander of a Landwtilir division and also was known for his musical compositions SEARCH FOR 40 BODIES ENDED Death Toll in Japanese Ferryboat Disaster Will Be 95 TOKYO April 3 from Wakamatsu said that when search was given up today at the scene where the ferryboat Wakato Maru capsized yesterday 53 bodies had been recovered and 40 persons were missing Two of those rescued died later in a hospitnl making the probable death toll 95 The ferryboat soon after leaving Wakamatsu for the town of Tobata was lashed by a gale which swept huge waves aboard The 200 pass engers twice the vessels normal capacity rushed to one side of the chip to escape drenching Their weight caused the boat to turn over Despite the storm large crowds remained at nearby beaches thru cut the night many searching fran tically for missing relatives Dur ing the night scores of fishing boats lighted with torches or kero sene Hares floated at the scene of the disaster looking for bodies FOR OIL GUSHER Huge Steel Cap Expected to Stop Flow Fire Zone Created OKLAHOMA CITY April 3 Pi Oil workers groping amid tons ot falling petroleum today were Inlent on fitting n 3000 pound spring bonnet on the rebellious head rt the fsTo 1 Mary Sudik wild gusher quean of the Oklahoma City oil field Hurling oil over the countryside for miles around the well for more than a week has virtually saturated the South Oklahoma City field with oil Because of the menace of pos sible fire C R ONeal stale Cire marshal late yesterday created a fire hazard none for two miles about the big well The mammoth steel bonnet was constructed by engineers especially for the well which ripped out casings and connections by the force of its gas flow of 200000000 cubic feet a day Fugitive Des Moines Girl Held in Detroit DETROIT April 3 Mrs Berince Davis 23 was held here for police of Des Moinea Iowa who want her on u charge of grand lar ceny The complainant is n iwiil which places the amount of the al leged theft at IOWA WEATHER Thursday night and Fri day Slightly warmer in oust portion Friday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday Minimum In Night fls At 8 A M Thursday 41 April cloaked itself in a smile Wednesday and that smile continued Thursday with bright sun and balmy breeze Wednesdays maximum was the highest temperature recorded since the middle of last month but a higher readingfor Thursday ap peared entirely likely at 8 oclock when the GlobeGazettes thermom ters recorded 41 degrees as com pared with 35 at thesame hour Wednesday   

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