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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 13, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home VOMP HAHLON E R Hi S MEM ART DEwror IOWA OF S HO I MES I A VOL XXXVII BTVB CENTS PER COPY WIRE SKRVICE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH iOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY IOWASATURDAY PEG 13 1930 HOM E UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 57 Session Not Calamity Sniffs at Congress Are Resented by Solons ARMY CHARITY GAME By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON Dec all of the countrys leading lawmak ers take kindly to the ihsinuatiou that it is a na tional calamity to have cohgres in session For example Chairman Julius H Barnes of President Hoov ers business sur vey confeernce an expresident of the United States Chamber o t Commerce was cently as hoping no gressional discussion will be al lowed to create delay and even discussion of an extra session at this Sensitive time To make it nonpartisan Mr Barries being o fthe republican faita Owen D Young often mentioned as a democratic presidential possibil ity was quoted about the Two Youths KUled Near Cresco in AutoCrash STEM MAKES FOUR OTHERS IN HOSPITAL AFTER TIRE BLOWOUT 1 m I Party From Protivin Returning Home on No 59 pRESCO Dec May Zahaska 18 and Arthur Svest ka 20 bothof Protivin are dea samel jour of their associates are 1 time to the effect that a suspension tne Mercy hospital here sufferin of congressional and parliamentary hTJU1ies as result of an auto activities thruout the world would morjiie crash two miles south of do more god than an armament Lime Springs on highway No 53 suspension I at 2 oclock this morning The six youths were returning to characteristic of big busi jrptivin from a dance at Lime V ness nodded Senator Henrik springs when a blowout caused the Shipsteadof Minnesota commenting machine to turn into the culverfand close theic nights hilarity with one of the grimmest highway tragedies on these utterances Its the Mussolini ideal interests which would profit m this section for some time by a dictatorship naturally want I Turn n rsee 1C Column DAWNBME IS WON BY SPANISH Victory Terminates Revolt tafjrinie Minister MADRID Dec13 a furious battle1 near the town of Ayerbe at dawn tbdayfederal troops took 100 prisoners seized rebel equipment and drove a revolting regiment of infantry back upon the garrison town of Jaca where rebel lion flared yesterday General Berenguer the prime minister asserted that the engage ment had terminated the revolt and that federal troops were in control of the Jaca area The prime minister made this an nouncement after a brief audience with King Alfonso Jihis morning The loyal troops from Saragossa he said continued a march on Jaca after the battle Eight rebel officers none of whom was identified in the dispatches were among the captives They are to be courtmartialed immediately Five Rebels Killed First official reports of the cas ualities in the battle which raged about Ayerbe and thenearby town of Plasencia said five rebels and two federal soldiers were killed and a dozen wounded but it appeared certain that the figures would grow as stretcherbearers came in from the mountain passes Itappeared that the rebels fled before superior forces across the rough snowbound country leaving munitions and equipment behind Lenders to Be Shot LONDON Dec 13 ex change telegraph dispatch from Madridsaidthat severalleaders of the Spanish revolt will be shot tomorrow Alas The population is dense in two ways and the automobile effects a cure in only Times Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Dec has banned that splendid film All Quiet on the Western Front OIL account of it snowing G e r manylosing the war They are going to take back and make it with a differ ent finish Well they can show us losing it and they wont be far wrong sure there will be no kick Another disarmamentconfer ence disbanded in Geneva with out doing anything but getting more suspicious of each other If any two nations don ate each other why just let emconfer on something and they will before its over Stop conferring and you wil atop fighting Yours WILL ROGERS I am Miss Zahaska died from a broken neck immediately following the crash Svestka was brot to the hos pital with the other occupants of thecar by passing motorists but died from internal injuries 15 min utes after reaching the institution The others in the party who are suffering from lacerations scalp wounds cuts and possible internal injuries are Roy Zabaska brother of the fatally injuredgirl Frank Doubek and Naomi Malek all of Protivin and Jeanette Jan 6fCres E L Bradley coroner of Ho ware county was summoned to the scene of the tragedy shortly after the ac cident He stated todaythat no in questwould probablybe held Physicians at the Mercy hospita statedthe four injured would re cover unless complications devel oped None appeared to be in a ser lous condition late today 200 POSSEMEN HUNT 2 NEGROES Bank Robbers Thot Hidde in Lowlands NearMis souri River WATHENA Kans Dec 13 Two Negroes who yesterda escaped with approximately from the Farmers State bank of WaUiena were sought today by 200 possemen deployed in the lowlands near the Missouri river The robbersentered the bank thru a rear door locked four employes in the vault and escaped in an old mo tor car They drove south on an un frequented road forabout eight miles and then stopped their ma chine on a bridge setting it afire Fifty one dollar bills a revolver and two handkerchiefs used as masks were found in the autombo bile Miners Wait for News of Nevada Gold Proof of Strike Wil Start Stampede Of Prospectors the RENO Nev Dec 13 R of a gold strike spread over deserts of Nevada today and griz zled miners their lives spent in searching for theprecious metal waited eagerlyfor newa that might TROUBLES BEGIN ALREADY IN NEW FRENCH CABINET One Resigns and Another Is Persuaded to Stick PARIS Dec 13 Steeg the new French premier oday ran into his first misadven ure as the head of the governmen hiclK he formed with such grea fficmty It did not seem of paramount im ortancel in itself but it was re Carded as a forerunner of the diffi ulties he is expected to encounter vhen he presents his cabinet to the hamber of deputies next week Len Barety undersecretary of finance nformed Steeg earlier in the day be vould be unable to stay in the cab net Etienne Cliche undersecretary or air also started to resign but yielded to persuasion andremained n the cabinet New Policy Stated As he left the Elysee palace the newpremier issued his first forma statement of policy to the effec that his cabinets program would b dedicated to the service of impartia justice and to the maintenance E peace thru security and the pursui of economic activity Toy means social progress M formation of liis cabinet during the night Doubt immediately was expressed that he would be able to procure a vote of confidence when he takes his ministry before the senate probably AUCTIONED FOR CHARITY Officers Take 4 Robbers to Reformatory Daring Band Admits Many North Iowa Holdups ALLISON Dec youths members of a daring holdup gang which staged many robberies m North Iowa today were taken to th mens reformatory at Anamosa in retribution for their crimes They were given life sentences by Judg Joseph J Clark Mason City in dis trict court here yesterday after noon DOWN NAVY 60 70000 Spectators Give Gate to Unemployed SCORE BY riDKIOUS Army0 00 66 Navy 0 0 0 YANKEE STADIUM NEW YORK Dec 13 AP I by Associated Jrow Wiolo Tha football Dearing tho autographs of tho president Secretaries of war and navy tho teams and coaching staffs of the naval and military academies which was to bo auctioned off between halves of the Armj Navy football game played in New York for the benefit of the unem ployed Saturday The bull is Insured for S50000 3 CRY BABIES Bandits Executed at Sing Sing for Slaying of Druggist OSSINTNG N Y Dec is Three cry baby bandits youths who shed tears profusely during their trial were executed last night next Thursday Tha new cabinet is based almost solely upon the support of radical socialists and left center groups and resembles incomposition the short lived Chaiitemps government of 11 start a stampede From the RabbitHole mining dis months ago trict in the northwestern part of Steer Fourth Man the state just onthe edge of the Great Black Rock desert came the for the slaying of a druggist Long Island James Bolger 19 James Butler 20 and Italio Ferdinand 22 died in the electric chair at Sing Sing prison after Governor Roosevelt had refused to commute their sentences to life imprisonment Butler was the first to go He made no statement Ferdinandi was tbe next Hello may God for lived flurry or a real boom was uncertain Reports received here last night stated that two brothers Charles and James Scossa had made the The cabinet as drafted last night l he said included Premier and minister of jnve me for what I have done bless first word of a new strike Whether colonicgi Theodore Steeg interior mother father and sweetheart the discovery would mean a short Leygues justice Henri HasSmile on Face heron foreign affairs Aristlde Bolger ended the procession He Briand finance Louis Germain strode in with his hands in his in budget Maurice Palmade pockets I die like 1 lived he Louis Barthou marine Albert marked with a smile on my face Sarraut education Camille Chau The three ate heartily of their PUBLIC WORKS BILL GUT DOWN Joint Committee Would Give President Power to Change Sums WASHINGTON Dec 13 Conferees onthe emer gency public works bill reduced the total appropriations today to 000000 and restored the house pro vision to permit the president to use the specified sums interchangeably The conferees also eliminated the senate amendment requiring that lo cal labor be employed on all relief projects The reduction in total appropria tions ivas brot about by cutting down from to the senate amendment for work on unreserved public land roads Strikes Out Provision The senate had struck out the house provision allowing the presi dent to shift funds from one project to another if found warranted President Hoover said this action would hamper A sensational 57 yard clash Kay Stecker Cadet half Long confessions which the four back from Hazelton Pa po made described holdups of restauday gave the Army a last pe rants filling stations banks and iocl victory over the Navy 6 stores One of the unusual features f ht gridiron battle betoe 70000 spectators were already given life sentences wllQ contributed in The sentences Imposed by Judge receipts to the unem Clark were that the four were to t serve not less than 10 years or life plOi ecu in tbe reformatory at Anamosa steckra long run on a reverse They were charged with attemptlay that troite off Army s left insr to enter a bank with intent to lacklo pllt a sensational finish to rob This waa their attempt to rob ueEensiVc struggle that lasted well the Austinville Savings bank Nov into the rinai period The rangy 19 Was Gang Leader tars no Army star was shaken loose by fine interference but Personally shook the gang who gave his residence as Luat i Army held the upper nandfor most of Fort Dodge Clarence Perry 10 City The other trok and ea up after the middles reached the gang were Lyle Barton Brownfield both 20 years of age and both from Wcbster City who Turn to Fnge 10 Cnltunn strike1 after a year of prospecting 1 public works Edouafd Dalj with roast veal I did relieve him of great the district The two brothersarrived in Lovelock town of 1200 population on the Overland route of the South ernPacific railroad with 12 sacks of the ore which they had found It adier commerce Louis Loucheur entjjng with ice cream agriculture Victor Boret labor Ed I GOVernor Roosevelt said their ouard Grinda pensions Robert had fceen established beyond Thoumyre air Paul Painleve mer chant marine Charles Danielou posts and telegraph and that altho they were in itial offenders they had confessed which they had assayed a pound Three prize Bonnet public health Cor not becn convicted QD fo rnnlr I I sacks known as picture rock showed a value of 546276 a ton Based on these figures the brothers had already acquired a small for tune Further reports stated that doz pns of residents of Lovelock had rez Queuille M Steegs success in getting to Must Discourage Crime To grant clemency he added gether a ministry came early upon Only as an encourage the ninth day of the cabinet crisis to the commission Of similar which began when the senate Thurscrimea Dy Other young men who are day of last week voted no confib t bv like temptation a were conviCted of kill Charles Bauer in a holdup at dencejn Premier Tardieu on a ques started for Rabbit Hole 45 miles tion involving financial policy M away ready to stake out claimsand was tlie fourth man to je I Y on Feb 4 Their be in on the ground floor in the j aaiced to f0rm a government Ray vvas that Bauer was acci mond Poiticare having refused be cause of ill health and Louis Barth ou and Pierre Laval having failed The conference agreement cannot be taken up in the senateuntil its conferees are formally appointed They met in advance of appointment to speed action Ask Huugen Meanwhile ranking republicans on the house agriculture committee asked Speaker Longworth to recog nize Chairman Haugen on Monday for a suspension of rules to con sider the senate drough relief bill Such drastic action would limi debate Haugens plan is to substitute th AUNT HET By Robert Quillen MINNESOTA BOY WEDS ACTRESS 7lour Magnates Son Marries Dolores Salazar in Nevada Jane neednt brag about her linen She didnt know till afteishe got married that tables was supposed tc have any cover except oil cloth LAS VEGAS The marriage here Dec 13 UP yesterday of Dolores L Salazar 22 film actresj and John R Holmes 21 son of thp ate Payton R Holmes Minneapolis Hour magnate was revealed today by District Judge William E Orr who performed the ceremony Miss Salazar announced her en gagement to young Holmes las spring shortly after she had ob tained 517000 damages from Ferdi nand Pinney Affinity Barle ar tist now living in Paris for alleged breach of a prenuptial agreement The announcement however wa denied emphatically by both Mrs Payton Holmes and her son an later by the actress Both the young persons gav their home addresses as Loa Angeles Elevator Sold to Kallroad SIOUX CITY Dec 13 elevator property of the Flanlny Grain company yesterday was re ported sold to the Great Northern Railroad company for nearly 000 event of a boom In Rena and otner towns thruout the state news of the strike was eagerly sought Most of the big gold strikes in Nevada as well as the flurries in he past have been in the southern esertg where such camps as Tono mh and Goldfield flourished Government Quizzes First Group of More Than 20 Bootleggers TOLEDO Ohio Dec 18 government today was questioning trfe first contingent of bootleggers caught in a sweeping campaign di rected to learn whether law viola BODY OF MISSING WOMAN HUNTED Farm Hand Changes Story on Murder of Dakota house loan bill for th dentally shot when he attempted to j geuato je30iution opposed by tb administration In addition to re ducing the appropriation by half th house leaders are prepared to elim block their escape from the store They claimed a revolver was charged as it struck the door tors were buying organized pro tection More than 20 persons five or them women were under arrest fol lowing yesterdays raids by 55 fed eral agents mobilized from four states under the direction of ward J OBrien of Detroit United States special agent PROPOSED CHANGES IN TAXES EXPLAINED On page 12 will bo found n complete explanation of the 15 recommendations made Ity the legislative tax committee arid the state board of assessment and re view for revision of lowns 75 year old taxation system Family IT Students Hurt inCrash DES MOINES Dec 13 Drake university students Helen Maynard 22 Sioux City and Jean Beymer 18 Avoca were slightly injured in an automobile collision yesterday Their companion Charles Van Koten Drake football star was uninjured l inate loans farmers to purchase food fo CHRISTMAS FUND GROWS TO 11 DAYS REMAIN Previously Reported 511250 K C Bennkcndorf WonUii 100 Thankful jj00 Harvey M Johnson 300 Harmony Guild East Side Vresbytorum Ladles Aid Society Glunville Brothers New Toul 30800 WILLISTON N Dak Dec 13 of the whereabouts of Mrs Albert E Haven orthe Find ing of her body police believed to day would prove an important fac tor in establishing the identity and the motive of the person who killed her husband and four children Officers continued to search for Jilrs Havens body on the farm near Schafer from which the Haven fam ily disappeared last February The bodies of the husband and four children were found thereduring the past two days Charles Brannon 22 farm hand employed by Haven told of the burying places after his arrest fo selling property off the place He said at first that Mrs Haven killed the rest of her family and fled then told of her being dead too and finally changed it to involve a farm er living near Schafer and another man whose name he did not know Mrs Havens body could not be fnunrl nf Iho location he described Markets at a Glance rWhat uou want 5HOPPW DAYS NEW YORK Weak U S Steel Amer ican Telephone and other leaders at years low Bonds Weak rails at new lows for year Weak market at new low Who said Mason City wasnt go ng to answer the Christmas call his year Listen to this Thursday a goal of for this week was established for the Christmas Cheer fund Friday noon a day and a the closing time the total had reached Then those in charge made bold to establish a new Saturday forenoon at 11 o dock the total had reached 208 and the who bad guessed so badly twice on the weeks objective held up further reports until Monday The story short and sweet that the fund is growing More than a third of the amount raised las year is now on hand and there 11 days of giving left before Christ mas The largest amount ever received by the fund was the check for S75 recorded above fromthe Harmony Guild of the Congregational church In other years however this or ganization has been giving gener ously l50 if our memory is cor rect The example set by this group of women may serve as an example for other groups both men and women with a little money on hand to be invested in the best possible way And who can name a better investment than bringing joy to those who otherwise wciuld Armys 25 yard line The first service battle since 1927 attracted a colorful and notable crowd in the interests of charity but failed to fill the big baseball park FIRST 1JKIUOD Captain Bowstrom of the Navy won the toss and chose to kick off Kilday took the kick and returned 15 yards to Armys 30 yard lino Kil day plunged two yards off tackle Frentzel was stopped after gaining a yard on a reverse Stecker punted to Kirn who was forced out of bounds on Navys 27 yard iine Navy was penalized 15 yards for holding and the ball was brot back giving Army a first down on its own 15 yard line Stecker ripped off five yards on a spinner and then plunged thm giiard for four more Kilday made it a first down on Navys 43 yard line and the middles took time out Kilday added three yards and an other three yards left tackle Tnrn to IHRft 17 Column fi Spirit Lake Boat Case Sentence Is Affirmed DBS MOINES Dec sentence of Mllo Hartman Spirit Lake boat operator to three years for conspiracy to damage the prop erty of rival boat owners was up held by the Iowa supreme court to day Foreign exchanges Irregular French franc sags CHICAGO steady increased receipts and weakness Wall street predictions large re ceipts and bearish weather to higher Worth of Butter Stolen at New Hampton NEW HAMPTON Dec Thieves broke into the New Hamp ton Farmers CoOperative creamery here last night and stole 37 tubs of butter valued at live thru a pretty cheerless Chriat mastide Demands this year according to Mrs T T Blaise in charge of ad ministering the fund are heavier than in the past Last year a sum slehtly in excess of was spent to a great advantage This year well we hesitate to set an oojec tivetive weve been such a bat guesser up to this time How would 5750 by way of sugges tion Remember this Send your con tributions they cant be too great or too small to the Christmas Cheer Fund GlobeGazette Mason City Names of donors will tie printed unless there is a specific re quest not to do so IOWA WEATHER Cloudy or partly cloudy Sat nrduy night and Sunday pos sibly light snow Saturday night in extreme northeast portion slightly warmer Sunday In northwest portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures foi 24hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 29 Above Minimum In Night 27 Above At 8 A M Saturday 28 Above Fridays weather will stand oul as remarkable because the highesl and the lowest temperatures of the 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning wore only 2 de grees apart Cloudiness prevailed thruouf the period and continued Saturday and during the night there was a spit of snow which was eddying about on the pavement Saturday morning WEEKLY FORECAST Weather outlook for the week be ginning MondayDec 15 For the Upper Mississippi and lower Missisippi Valelys and the norUicrn nnd centra Great Plains No unseasonably cold weather like ly one or two precipitation periods Lets keep the old kettle of good j probable over north portion moaL iceiboiling X 1 Vy over south portion cheer boiling1   

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