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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 6, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                V V 121 T use It or local North Iowas Edited for the Home CQMP E R HlS MEM 4 ART DEPT OF IOWA A THE NEWSPAPEnTHAT MAKES NORTH IQWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XXXVII FJVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY DECEMBER 6 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 51 Dail Dail Dail Dail Dail 6 in Out 9 IT Ent Dickinson Is Iowa Type New Senator Is Real Hawkeye Says Stewart FUND AT MILLION cla dai the By CHAKLES P STEWART ASHINGTON Dec 6 lowa has a type as much as any state More so than some Rep resent ative L J Dickinson the ne w Hawkeye senatorelect is a first class ex ample of it Senator Smith W Brookhart is not He is not a n a t i v e lowan either He was born in Missouri and he looks it JThis is intended as no reflection on Missouri or on Senator Brook hart butMissourlans do have their own characteristic style of figure and physiognomy and the colonel trot his with him from the Iron Mountain state when he arrived in the commonwealth of his present allegiance some time in the 1870s Senatorelect Dickinson was born In Iowa grew up there attended Iowa State university never has leftJowe except to come to Wash ington as one of its congressmen and is an lowan in every respect A I suppose Iowa is the richest spot ofits size on earth acre for ridculous to think of hard times there as any of the states own fault Not but that the Hawkeye folk do have their depressions Ive seen Turn to Column Barthou Chosen to Form New French Cabinet 7 3 SUSPECTS Olf WAY TO ALLISON Arrival Is Expected to Throw Light onrNorth Iowa ALLISON Dec 6 im minentarrival here ofthree sus pects was expected today to cast additional light on two Iowa hold ups this year that of the Peoples Savings bank in St Benedict and the Austinyille Savings bank Myron Martin 31 Fort Dodge Clarence Perry 19 Clarion and Harris Damon 18 Holmes were arrested in San Antonio Texas with a woman who gave her name as Nellie Hancock of Clinton Sher iff Hertry Burma and State Agent James Day were returning the men here James Risden chief ofthe state bureau of investigation intimated that the three are thot to have par ticipated in a score of holdups In the last few months Martin had a bullet wound In his left arm which he said was caused by the accidental discharge of a re volver he was cleaning San An tonio police had been informed that one of the Austinville robbers had been shot thru the arm Admits Bobbery In Iowa WATSEKA IIIDec 6 William Pete Clifton 22 Was said by authorities today to have con fessed participating in the robbery of the Umqn Trust and Savings bank at Strawberry Point Iowa last June 24 Clifton and Arbie Walker 24 were arrested oncharges of robbing the Wisconsin State bank at Glen Haven Wis and were taken to Lancaster Wis today Voters RefuseGas Franchise CASEY Dec 8 voters yesterday refused to grant the Iowa Electric company a natural gas franchise CHOICEFOLLOVft POINCAIRE PLEA OF POOR HEALTH French War President Might Have Been Asked Again PARIS Dec 6 Barthou today accepted an invitation from President Doumergue to form a ministry in succession to the de feated government of Andre Tar dieu The radicalsocialist former min ister of justice leaving the Elysee palace after half an hours talk with the president told newspapermen he had accepted the task in principle and that he would confer tonight with political leaders to that end Thepresidents of the chamber pi deputies and the senate Raymond Poincare Aristide Briand and Andre Tardieu he said would Bbe the first statesmen to report pro gross to the president tomorrow M Barthou has been backed by the most influential elements of his par ty iu the chamber as the man moa IJkely to clear up the recent bank ing scandals and place the bourse orice more upon a firm footing Markets at a Glance NEW YORK StocKs heavy Erie Railroad com mon lowest since 1924 Bonds irregular rails soft a rest of Ust holds steady Curb heavy small losses gen eral Foreign exchanges steady Ster ling strong Cotton quiet and featureless Sugar barely steady trade sell ing Coffee lower increased Brazilian offerings CHICAQO good weathe southwest and larger receipts bearish weathe forecast and weakness southwest v PREPARES FOR ATMNTIC HOP HartParr Is OpenedAgain in Full Force Business Outlook Im proving Thruout Country HOWARD WARD FOUND DEAD IN HIS AUTOMOBILE Frauleln Margu von Etzdorf at the Berlin airport where she Is making plans for her projected flight across the Atlantic in a small singleseater junkers plane Her proposed route is from Berlin to Spain Africa Teneriffe South America FOOTBALL SCORES 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final Iowa State Rice Institute Navy Penn m Carnegie W J Maryland Maryland Colgate York U AUNT MET By Robert Quillen I didnt know we was out o iodine I knew we did have some an Pa hadnt told me about settin down on the cat last week SUNDAY MOVIES WIN BY 4 VOTES Lake Mills Council Repeals Its Ordinance Against Pictures LAKE MILLS Dec a ma jority of only four votes Sunday movies were approved yesterday afternoon by the citizens of Lake Mills Following the special election the council met and repealed the city ordinance against movies Then themanagement of the theater an nounced that shows would start in about two weeks A total of 562 ballots were cast The question was Shall the Town of Lake Mills Authorize Sunday Movies The equipment room of the Iriving theater was destroyed about a month ago by fire resulting in damage estimated at 35000 The management of the theater an nounced repairs would not be made unless Sunday movies were per mitted so that the theater could ba operated on a profitable basis Third Venire Called to Pick Jurymen From KANSAS CITY Kans Dec 0 third venire hastily sum moned by telephone attorneys to day resumed efforts to select a jury for the trial of Maj Charles A Shepard charged with the murder of his second wife 500 MEN BATTLE AGAINST POLICE Spectators Turn on Raiders of Alleged Immoral Dance in Hollywood HOLLYWOOD Cal Dec Five hundred men fought 150 po licemen here early today when of ficers raided an alleged immoral dance and the spectators turned up on the raiders More than 100 men and four wo men were arrested and bundled off to jails in Hollywood and Los An geles Vagrancy charges were lodged against those jailed The entertain ment took place In the loft of a storage building When 14 officers of the vice squae attempted to place performers and members of the audience under ar rest a pitched battle resulted Every available officer in four divisions was called to the scene Severa persons were injured in the fighting that followed Bottles were hurled and used asclubs FOG ALONE WAS CAUSE OF DEATH 6 Lethal Gas Concealed in Fatal Belgian Mist i Decided LIEGE Belgium Dec 6 og and fog alone was the cause f more than three score deaths In he Meuse valley during the past wo days the provincial health ommissioner announced this after noon at the end of an official in There was no lethal gas and no caustic chemical in the yellow mist vhich swept thru the valley dealing death to those already weakened by respiratory ailments he said and here was no basis for the belief of terrorized peasants that death was stalking thru the fog in the guise of war gases rWhai uou want 4000Attend Rabbit Show DES MOINES Dec 6 than 4000 persons attended the closing session last night of tho American IJabbit and Cavy Breed ers association show Five members displayed 3000 exhibits O SHOPPING TILL CHARLES CITY Dec HartParr division the Oliver Equipment company has resumed work in full force in all depart ments and prospects are that the division will be busy all winter Gal D Sivwright manager announced today A totalof 1600 men are now being employed hi the factory The outlook for business all over the country seems to be im proving Mr Sivwright stated We have a lot of orders on the books which will keep us running full force for a long time None of these are particularly big but they are many in number Crating Russian Shipment For a little more than a week the factory had been concentrating on crating a big shipment of tractors for Russia During this time all de partments of the company were not working Mr Sivwright declared the work on Russian tractors is continuing Among the recent large ship ments of the company was a train load consisting entirely of Hart Pat r tractors to Dallas Texas Mr Sivwrighl pointed out that all these tractors had already been contract ed for by farmers ViCSreditJs Extended Dec Gtiicago newspapers the Journal of Com merce and the Tribune In this mornings editions gave attention on their financial pages to the op eration of the Oliver Farm Equip ment company making reference to a plan for credit during a period of slow collections The following is from theTrib une under New York dateline A plan for strengthening the position of the Oliver Farm Equip ment company involving a change of management and extension of Tum to Papa B Column Heart Disease Is Fatal to Salesman From Waterloo TJOWARD F WARD 38 PRESIDES AT TRIAL Water loo salesman for the Grant Storage Battery company was found dead in his automobile in front of the Park hospital Saturday afternoon Death was caused by heart disease physicians believed Altho death is believed to have resulted from natural causes Dr W E Long county coroner an nounced that an inquest would be held Saturday afternoon Mr Ward leaves a wife at Water loo He was in the local Grant sta tion at 223 South Federal avenue about oclock at which time said he had not been feeling well a couple of days His friends be lieved he was on his way to see a doctor when death occurred Commander A Wyshinsky is presiding over the cial session of the TJ S S R supreme court during the trial of members of tho counterrevo lutionary organization Itnovvn as tho Industrial Party SATURDAY IN CONGRESS TAKEN IN CHICHoD HOLDUP Five Robbers Train Guns on 25 Bank Customers and Employes CHICAGO Dec 6 rob bers obtained loot estimated at be tween and in a hold up of the State Bank of Clearingon theSouthwest side today The bandits trainedtheir guns on 25 bank customers and employes herding them into the basement of the building The money was taken from vaults where it had been placed today preparatory to cashing checks for industrial workers and from patrons who had already cashed their checks ENGLISH FOG LIFTS LONDON Dec 6 and the continental seaboard began to emerge this morning from the impenetrable fog which turned the past two days into night Several hundred ships tied up at British French and Belgian ports turned their noses cautiously about and got ready to move to sea In Belgium 15 ueaths were attributed to the fog apart from the more than three score victims of amys terious Epidemic in the Meuseval ley In France particularly along the Seine valley and at Havre both shipping and train service were paralyzed Forty steamers were awaiting to enter at Havre Paris had the worst fog in 25years SENATE In recess until Monday Finance committee considers nom inations to tariff commission Friday Kcvlcw In recess Agriculture committee favorably reported resolution to appropriate for loans to farmers Senator Wheeler charged before Indian committee that governments handling of was little less than criminal Interstate commerce committee decided to question nominees to new power commission HOUSE In recess Appropriations committee works on bill Agriculture committee considers drought reliet Friday Review Passed Unnual treasurypostoffice supply bill Refused to stop use of govern ment funds for poisoning alcohol Appropriations committee continr ued work on presidents 000 public building fund Agriculture committee debated drought relief measures Special communist investigating committee heard William Z Foster Petition Asks Paving Election in Dickinson SPIRIT LAKE Dec 6 seeking a special election on a proposal to issue bonds for paving Dickinson county primary roads arc by residents of Lake Park They ask that the elec tion be called for July Case Against Four in Cattle Deal Dismissed i F Dec 6 attorneys informations against men charged with conspiracy in an alleged nationwide cattle selling fraud were dismissed today by Judge George Dashiel of Albia Mo tions to dismiss in 22 other cases were overruled Court Ajourns to Consider Fate of 8 Soviet Plotters MOSCOW Dec 6 eovie court extraordinary which has bee sitting intrial of eight soviet gineers charged with conspiracytc overthrow the Moscow governmen adjourned at noon today to conside their sentences which will be re turned about 6 p m tomorrow 1 a m C S T There has been no question o guilt involved in the trial which ha been in progress nearly two weeks The eight dcfendmts admitted th conspiracy in a Despite this the gover nstructed a thoro case ag i broadcast ing their guilt ussian world by radio and mo cture Adjournment was taken after the last two of the defendants Sergei Kuprianoy and Xenephon Sitnin had made pleas of mercy to the court M Sitnin as ho spoke to tha court was greatly affected and his eyes were full of tearsHe admit ted his guilt but asked that his life be spared I have suffered thruout this trial he said Ixhave no rea son to ask for leniency but I give myself into the hands of the Prole tarian court I promise that if my life is spared I shall devote myself to honest work M Kuprianov was pale and ap peared to be ill He spoko only a few My lawyer already haj explained for me and I have little to say I fully admit my guilt I have cancealed nothing from the court I know that the Proletarian court has no feelings of vengeance and therefore I hope that I may be given an opportunity thru honest work to vrfpe the blot from my name HAUGEN STANDS BY PRESIDENTS LOAN ESTIMATE HouseGroup Strikes Compromise on Farm Loans WASHINGTON Dec 6 house agriculture committee to day approved legislation for a S30 000000 seed feed and fertilizer loan to farmers in drought areas The vote was 11 to 7 The committee first rejected by 12 to 6 the resolution of Represen tative Aswell democrat Louisiana making the fund The larger amount was unani mously approved yesterday by the senate agriculture committee Propose Compromise The administrationset figure was and Representative Ketcham republican Michigan proposed the compromise Aswell ranking democrat com mittee member reserved the right to file a minority report and asked the house for The vote on adopting the SSO 00000 loan fund was announced y Aswell as follows Hall North Da kota Pratt New York Andres en Minnesota Clarke New York Hope Kansas and Garber Virginia republicans and AswSll Jones Texas FulmerSouth Carolina and Larson democrats Gives First Vote TiiinnbiV Rlieliaintivarmort Aditinji Ullriois and Snow Maine republicans and Nelson Missouri democrat Aswell announced the following committee vote defeating his reso lution for 560000000 Jones Fulmer Larsen Nelson and Garber Purnell Ket chaiw Hall Pratt Menges Andre sen Adkina Hope Clarke Brigham and Snow FOOTBALL EXTRA Accounts of the Notre DameSouthern California game and all otherSaturday football games will be cvar ried in a special edition of the GlobeGazetJe sold on the streets at 7 oclock Five Farm Women of Iowa Reverse Trail of Pioneers in Bus BOSTON Dec 6 dauntless Iowa women attended the national farm womens conference today after reversing the trail by bus that their ancestors tookover the prairies in covered wagons In the group are Mrs Ellsworth Richardson of Abia Mrs J R Kerr of Iretrn Mrs Raymond Sayre of Ackworth Mrs Clarence Decatur of Grinnell and Mrs W Van Bloom of Dayton In the words of Mrs Ellsworth We remembered that our pioneer ancestors trailed westward from Massachusetts in covered wagons so we resolved to do the next best thing and reverse the trail by bus Will Rogers HOLLYWOOD Cat Dec You cant beat matrimony for unconscious humor Friday nigh lights Some woman married her fifth naval offi 5 cer One more naval disarma ment confer ence and she will have to marrying a few civilians We will have to change the name of our navy from Uncle Sams navy to Mra Jones Husband Then get this one Mrs Sarah Bagley clerk of Yumar county court Wire me immediately the name of the woman I married last O R Weed Dont want to brag but dont you wish you was here in the nice warm sunshine watcnlng Knutca boya act out today Yours WILL ROGERS HOOVER FAVORS CLOSE ECONOMY Prospects of Deficit Discussed at White House WASHINGTON Dec 6 Prospects of a de ficit this year were discussed at white house today as Presiden Hoover urged strict economy b congress in a talk with Senate Watson Indiana the republican leader Watson was urged to impres upon congress the necessity for i limitation upon appropriations as the senate prepared to take up th first of the relief bills in which the agriculture committee boosted the budget estimate of 525000000 fo drought stricken farmers to 560 000000 No specific legislation was said t have been pointed to at today white house parley Senate leader sec little hope of cutting down th proposal drough sufferers Sentenced for Impersonation DUBUQUE Dec 6 C Davis waa sentenced to four month In the Dubuque county jail on charge of impersonating a Unite States secret service man outhern California and Notre Dame Get Ideal Grid Weather LOS ANGELES Dec 6 erfect football weather was on tap or the Notre DameUniversity outhern California gridiron cias ic here today with a temperature nder 70 degrees promised and no vind forecast A slight cloudiness vas expected to add to the ideal onditions by keeping the tempera ure down and preventing glaring unshlne 9Kt Weal IOWA WEATHER Mostly fair Saturday night nnd Sunday little change In temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 32 Above Minimum in Nlghl 26 Above At 8 A M Saturday 27 Above The temperature extremes for the 24 hour period which ended at 8 oclock Saturday morning were exactly the ssma as for the previ ous like high and 26 ow Saturday mornings 8 oclock tem perature was three degrees lower however than at a corresponding time Friday Cloudiness continued with the fog of the night contribut ing to the slippery condition of roads and sidewalks WEEKS FORECAST Weather outlook for week begin hing Monday Dec 8 For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri val leys and the northern and central great plains Not much precipitation likely temperatures mostly above normal altho possibly colder north portion near end of week   

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