Mason City Globe Gazette, November 12, 1930

Mason City Globe Gazette

November 12, 1930

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 12, 1930, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home COMr1 rURLoN E ft HIS MEM ART DCPT OF IOWA DfSWOlNES I A THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAIUiS ALL NORTH IOVVANS NEIGHBORS HOME r i i l iJl i A UiVlIJ lUlYfilNO llilVJt IH3UJAO VOL XXXVII FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 12 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 30 J I More Money Is War Cry Pinchot Wants Pres ident to Call Spe cial Session Nov 12 CPA making no direct answer to the quoted s t a t ement of Govelect Gif ford Pinchot of P e n n 3 y 1 vania that he would urge a special session of con gress upon the president to pro v i d e unemploy ment relief Mr Hoover has an nounced h e will ask congress for an emergency ap propriation for public projects It is believed in administration circles that noth ing could be gained by calling con gress a week or two earlier than its regular session in December Insofar as the federal govern ment is concerned greatly increased sums already were provided for public works by the last congress as the president points out Evidently Col Arthur Woods employment committee not yet hav ingcoordinated state county and relief reluctantly has ad vised still greater federal expendi tures Last years reduction in the income tax in all probability can not be retained But this undoubt edly does not worry the man out of CPEAKING academically men ac J tivein connection with Colonel Woods relief program there is an understandable disinclination p n their part to be quoted to the pur port that anything more could be done tjjan they are doing admit Turn tn Tuge 3 Cllllmm R PARTY SPLIT King George Convenes BritishIndian Conference FEDERAL BUDGET hind Closed Doors to Plan Schedule WASHINGTON Nov 12 Forrnulatip of legislation to fi nance tho federal government for the ncxtt fiscal year today engaged the attention of the house appropri ations committee Between Dec 1 when the short session begins and the Chirstmas holidays Chairman Wood expects the house to pass three of the nine annual measures and send them to the senate with the others to be acted on as soon afterthe holidays as possible The nine supply bills including two deficiency appropriation meo sifres are expected to call for an outlay of approximately 000 for the fiscal year 1932 begin ning July 1 1931 For the present year they aggregated 5487240109G including postal service allotments of As usual the hearings were be hind closed doors with government officials and budget bureau experts testifying before subcommittees designated to handle particular bills MEETING OPENS IN MAGNIFICENT ROYAL GALLERY Emperor Expresses His Confidence in Great Success By DEWITT MacKENZE Associated Press Staff Writer T ONDON Nov 12 I1 George ruler over the might iest empire of all time today con vened representatives of Britain and India in a conference which during the coming winter will attempt to evolve a government for the Asiatic empire satisfactory to its restless millions His majesty expressing anxiety at the course of events in India told his hearers that he would follow their deliberations with closest at tention but with confidence in their success It is my hope that the future government of India he said based on foundations of mutual obligations and their recognition and fulfillment will give expression to her honor able aspirations Held in Gallery The formal imposing opening of the deliberations was held amidst the gorgeous regal trappings of the gallery of the house of lords tiifjcisj home of the British nobility were present Of these 57 were from the provinces flii3aancl 16 from the native In dian states including nine powerful Turn to 1npo 2 Column 3 Bomb Follows Threat Upon CHicago Bakery by The Association CHICAGO Nov 12 bomb thrown into the entrance of Karsh Brothers bakery on the west side early today damaged the building and nearby structures to extent of police said Max and Joseph Karsh owners of the bakery told officers they hact recently been warned of a forth coming bombing unless they joined The Association AUNT HET By Robert Quillen It didnt supris me none to hoar Emily was engaged 1 heard her say last month ohc was tired o workin Col MNidei Arrives for Presentation Minister to Canada Spends Busy Day at Offices Col Hanford MacNider arrived Mason City Wednesday morning to spend two days looking after his business affairs and to take part in the presentation of the Charles H McNider parish house to the St Johns Episcopal congregation Wed nesday evening The colonel came to Mason City from Chicago where he addressee a large aggregation in the heart of the business district on Armistice day Chicago police roped off a block on LaSalle street for the event Colonel MacNider will leave for Ottawa Thursday evening his duties as United States minister to Canada necessitating his early re turn The colonel stated that he and his family were enjoying their so journ in Canada and that the hos pitality of the Canadianswas keep ing Mrs MacNider and himself al functions almost daily The two oldest sons Tom and Jack are at tending school Colonel MacNider spent most of Wednesday opening an accumula tion of mail and in conferring witi his associates in the First Nationa bank the First National company and other enterprises GOLDFIELD MAN DIES AT GAME George Whyte Collapses While Being Taken From Contest EAGLE GROVE Nov attending the ClarionEagle Grovi football game Tuesday Georgi W Whyte Goldfield became sud denly ill and died while he was being rushed to ah automobile It is thot heart trouble caused his death Two sons John S and Kenneth who are associated with him in the furniture and hardware business a Goldfield were with him when he died Another son George H oper ates the Whyte garage at Goldfield Six married laughters are also liv ing Funeral arrangements have nol been made The body was to bt taken toGoldfield Woman Hart in Explosion Recovering TELLS HOW SHE E HOUSE WRECKED BY EXPLOSION KIltK PHOTOS DON I1K1UI1XO EXPLOSION VICTIM VIrs H F Everts in Serious Condition at Hospital H F EVERTS 1918 Penn A sylvania avenue southeast who vas critically injured in a tremend us explosion which demolished her ome Tuesday afternoon showed ome improvement and has a chance or recovery attending physicians Park hospital said Wednesday norning Fire from her clothing deeply mrned her face neck and hand and icr arms and legs were also badly jurned The blast lifted Mr Everts who was listening to the radio in the room above the explosion to the ceiling He had returned from work about 20 minutes before the acci dent He is a conductor for the Mil waukee railroad He was stunnec but not seriously injured A son William 15 who is a school freshman who was working in the garage rushed to help his mother Witlithe JSen Heii dricksohTfandi neigrhbbrs be carrled iet frdni the house to the lawn and extinguished the flames on her clothing Police ioolc Jier to the Daughter Escaped Injury A daughter Vivian who works with the Northwestern Bell Tele phone company was in the kitchen at the time of the explosion but es Tnril ei fiii 2 Cnhimn Mrs ir F Everts 1918 Penn sylvania nvcnuo southeast was washing clothes with gasoline in the basement of her home Tuesday when the fumes ig nited wrecked the house and severely injured her HOW ITirrn iriilons nf gasoline accidentally exploded may wreck a house is vividly s iihotoernplis Mrs H F Everts was cleaning clothes Tuesday afternoon in the base shown in the nhovu basement of her home Pennsylvania avenue southeast wlien KIIKCOUH vapurs were ignileii resulting in i terrific explosion Wittiessivi stated tliat tiie large house was lifted off the foundation and the walls blown out They a lourt nnise anit saw a fire start immediately After the blast rescuers found one corner of the house supported only hy a hoce grandfathers clock Mrs Everts was seriously injured and Mr Everts dazed by the explosion Simple Family Services Will Mark Passing of Hubbel DES MOINES Nov 32 simple family service at 2 p m to morrow will be the rites foi Frederick M Huubell 01 pioneer Iowa capitalist who died at his home here yesterday The Rev Harry Sherman Long ley Jr son of the Episcopal bishop of Iowa will have charge of the services The body will be buried in the family vault at Woodland cem etery Countess Karl Wnchtmeister the former Beulah Hubbell of Paris and Stockholm a daughter of the financier will not be able to at tend the service Hoover Invites Samuclson DES MOINES Nov 12 Agnes Samuelson superintendent of public instruction has received an invitation from President Hoover to attend the white house conference on ctiilrt health and protection Nov 19 to 22 Prince Pilots DOX for 10 Minutes Upon Flight Over England CALSHOT Eng Nov 12 The Prince of Wales took complete control of the giant German sea plane DOX for 10 minutes during a half hour flight he made in her to day He is a very fine pilot was the compliment paid the prince by flight lieutenant Meitz the pianos chief pilot While in the air the prince toasted the commander and wished him success on the forthcoming At lantic flight Iru return Captain Christiansen and the crew drank the princes health Young Robbers Met by Hail of Bullets Upon Leaving Looted Bank MARLAND Okla Nov 12 Two young bank robbers ran into a hail of officers bullets as they left the Bank of Pawhuska today with 2000 One Jimmie Jackson 20 ycnr old Indian oE PnwhiiHka was killed and the other Cartel1 Cnmp l5 also of Pawhuska was wounded and captured 8 Hurt in Damage Done in California Fields LOS ANGELES Nov 12 Two oil well fires one in the new southeast Venice field and the oth er in the Tnglewood district today had caused injuries to eight per sons and caused damage Three of the injured hovered be tween life find death as the flames continued to resist fire fighters The three seriously burned were working on YorkSmullinp well No 1 at Inglewood when a tank con taining hundreds of gallons of oil burst into flames and ignited well VV L Murray Al Snow anrl S D Falls were so badly burned police surgeons were doubtful they would recover The Venice fire broke out when well No 2 of the International pe troleum Corporation Limited blew in unexpectedly from a depth of 4 000 feet Battalion Fire Chief Tnhn Winkler of Venice one of fiiO men anil three oil workers were in jured attempting to extinguish it BANDITS LEAVE ATH IN WAKE Three Men and Woman Kill Two in Hunt for Loot BOSCOBEL Wis Nov 12 A fashionably dressed woman and three young men left behind them today two dead men and the buried treasure if any that is hidden on the remote farm of GOyearokl Cor nelius Horrigan 17 miles from here Posingas hunters the three men accompanied by the woman shot to death Horrigan his brotherinlaw Patrick Gorman and the latters son Paul 18 and escaped without making any effort find the money Horrigan and his brother Stephen 57 are reported to have secreted about the farm because of their distrust of banks Stephen wounded The wouldbe robbers invaded the home of the Horrigans as they sat at dinner with their sister Ellen 75 and the Germans who recently came from their home in Huron S Dak for a visit Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Nov Hoover spoke Mon day before the advertisers con poor man dont v e n t i o n The any more than get thru talking to one organiza tion than some other one comes along This country sure is organized and this country sure is advertised When we arrive at the poor house we will be the best organ ized and the best advertised na tion that was ever admitted Tn fact its paying dues to organiza tions and advertising that will put us there One of our big stars must be coming out with a ncvv picture There is a big movie fight on Yours WILL SPECIAL FAVORS TO FARMER 111 Grange Must Recognize Changes National Master Says ROCHESTER N Y Nov 12 thru adherence to a def inite and practical program and recognition of the fact that condi tions in American life nre changing so rapidly as to compel alert lead ership will the grange obtain equal ity for agriculture National Master Louis J Taber today told delegates to the sixtyfourth annual conven tion of the national grange Not by special favors to the farmer thru government aid or otherwise said Mr Taber but by a program embracing such practical subjects as better marketing meth ods restriction or irrigation and re clamation projects and a more just ly distributed system of taxation will the grange be successful in its effort to obtain equality for agri culture Hring New Methods Mechanical devices are bringing new methods and new inventions to the assistance of agriculture The scientists and the chemists daily unlock new possibilities in the manu facture and processing of food prod ucts These same sources are finding new possibilities in food substitution and imitation More important than either me chanical or scientific changes af fecting agriculture is the remark able development in merchandising and distribution Mass production mass purchasing and mass distribu tion are dislocating farm methods and threatening many rural com munities with disaster if not almost destruction said Mr Taber One of Mr Tabers outstanding declarations was in favor of the Turn tn 2 Column GOPURGEDTO MAKE DRY LAW BIG 1932 ISSUE Law Enforcement Group Convenes to Take Up Work WASHINGTON Nov 12 Pi President Hoovers law enforce ment commission convened today to continue work on its prohibition re port as republican wets and dryd came to grips on the liquor question as a possible issue in the 1932 presi dential race As usual the meeting of the en forcement commissioners was ex ecutive and Chairman Wicketsham stood on his announcement of a few ays ago that all reports speculat ng on the commissions findings guesses Favors Making Issue With former Senator Wadsworlh f New York and Representative Sritten of Illinois republican antt rohibitionists in dispute with Sen tor Fess republican prohibitionist rom Ohio as to the latters asser ion that the party would split If t avored repeal Representative Bee dy republican Maine came out in favor of making prohibition an is sue in the 1932 elections I believe the Maine member said that the matter of prohibition should bo thoroly discussed in the 1932 campaign and that it would be much better if the people of the country would have the right to voice their opinions Beedy is a prohibitionist ard has opposed on the floor of ths repeal of the efghuicjJameiid meht Want Party Kight Beedy said he thot it advisable to settle the prohibition question in the next general election and that it would be n helpful thing for everybody concerned Replying to Fess Wadsworth said We want our party to be right on the only fundamental con Markets at a Glance NEW YOHK leaders cance 2 to 0 points losses on rise in cop pers U S govern ments strong strong rallies follow early weakness steady CHICAGO bullish estimate European requirements forecast unfavorable weather to lower Turn 1o TilSft follimti HENKERpTSED ONI BOND Charles City Attorney Is Ar rested on Charge of Em bezzlement ALLISON Nov Henke attorney at Charles City who was brot here from Charles City Tuesday hy Sheriff H W Bur ma has been released on a bond According to the sheriff he is charged with embezzlement of about in connection with a col lection which he is said to have made for a client who signed the information against him Henke was arrested at Charles City by Floyd county authorities at mid night Monday Henke is scheduled to have a hearing in a local court on the charge V tV I SKt Wea IOWA WEATHER Fair Wednesday night nnd Thuradaj Somewhat colder in the west nml north portions Wednesday night and in the extreme north portioX Thurs day LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures foi 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Wednesday morning IMaximum Tuesday fiT Minimum in Night At 8 A HI Wednesday 3fi For a brief time VVednesdaj morning it looked as if the 12 day period of clear weather in North Iowa was to be ended The sky was overcast nnd it was easy to believe that a storm of some sort was in the offing But by 9 oclock the sun had ful control of the situation and another perfect November day was under way ;

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