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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 11, 1930, Mason City, Iowa Iowas ILYPAi Edited for the Home VOL XXXVI PIVE CENTS PER COPY THE NEWSPAPER THAT MARES ALL NORTH IOIVANS NEIGHBORS g MASON CITY IOWA f HOME EDITION SEPTEMBER HX930 Hurricane Is Never Cold Warm Layer Break ing Thru Cold Air Is Cause By CHAELBS P STEWART A S H IN G T O N Sept 11 CPA Warm mois a i r breakin thru ans uppe layer of coo dry air is wha causes storm like the cue tha devastated Sant D o m i n recently Warm there fore a storm o this sort alway is of tropics origin Moist there fore such a storm always starts a sea The lower layer of air breaking thru the upper layer often breaks thru quite a small hole and swish ing out thru the hole sets the escaping air awhirling as wate whirls around a washbowl drawn toward the opening into the waste pipe at the except that the latter is a downward while the for mer is an upward whirl A tropical storm of the character described is known in the ori ent as a typhoon but in our hemis phere weather specialists refer to i as a ordinary folk term i a hurricane The little twisters familiar tothc corn belt are rot really cyclones bul tornadoes Tornadoes arc violent enough heaven knows It is estimated thai they whirl at a 300mile clip Ex perts at the naval hydrographic of fice which has studied cyclones since we have had a navy be lieve that about 160 miles an hour is as fast as a cyclone ever rotated IN many other respects cyclones and tornadoes are two entirely distinct breeds of meteorology The diameter of a tornados whir nerally is less than a mile fre ntly veryr inuch Ittravels most a few miles A cyclones di amter is hundreds of miles and it travels thousands And they have additional diver gent characteristics which do not interest the hydrographic office Whats inland weather to the navy THE Atlantics principal cyclone i forming area is southeast of the West Indies thence eastward al most to Cape Verde on the African Turn to Paso 4 Column NEWPELLOR NEEDED Lindbergh and Morrow Are on GoodWill Tour Committee NEW YORK Sept 11 new wooden propeller for their plane the QuestipnMark must be brpt from France before the Paris toNew York flyers Dieudonne Coste and Maurice Bellonte can be gin their goodwill tour The delay will be about a week Discovery of a crack in the pro peller was made yesterday when the flyers inspected their plane at Cur tiss field Valley Stream Long Is land The personnel of the committee in charge of the goodwill tour was announced by Charles Hayden chairman Colonel Charles A Lind bergh Ambassador Dwight W Mor row Rear Admiral Richard F Byrd Senator Hiram Bingham and Paul Claude French ambassador to the United States are among the com mittee members AUNT MET By Robert Quillen Bils wife is kind o like liis religion He dont pay much attention to her when hes well but he thinks shes the only one can save him when hes sick Score Killed and 50 Injured by VolcancTEruDt AT QUAKE ADDS TO DESTRUCTION IN ITALIAN ISLAND Streams of Lava Descenc on Villages Beneath Volcano IWfESSINA Italy Sept 11 score of persons are reported dead and 50 ormore injured in the simultaneous eruption of volcano and an earthquake o Stromboli Island one of the Aero ian group near here v When the eruption blew the vol canos cone high into the air a grea stream of lava descended upon San Bartolo and other villages Four destroyers and torpedo boats loaded with provisions tents and medical supplies as well an companies of city firemen with of ficials have been sent from Messina to assist the victims MAN MURDERED BECAUSE POOR Drugstore Owner Had Slow Day Pays Gangsters With Life CHICAGO Sept 11 mur der as heartless and unprovoked as police can recall over a long peripc was committed late last night in the drugstore of Willis Fiddelke the 40yearold proprietor Fiddelke was shot dead as he lay face down on the floor Youve only got and that aint enough was what the killer said jabbing f he muzzle of his pistol nto the druggists back between the shoulders andpulling the trig Two customers held at bay in an other room by an accomplice of the junman heard him say I croaked him all right Lets get out of here The robbers had compelled Fid delke to go to a rear room and lie ace down They complained at only inding but Fiddelke explained t had been a poor day and that was all he had So he was killed JUDGE REFUSES JURYS REPORT Says Body Deliberated Too Long in Cattle Case at Fairfield FAIRFIELD Sept 11 he ground that the Jefferson coun y grand jury had deliberated 24 hours too long Judge George Dasfiiel yesterday refused its report holding hat the jury properly should have been discharged on the day previ ous The jury had been in session for i week considering various cases mportant among the cases before t was that in which a previous county grand jury last June indicted 35 cattlemen of Jefferson and surrounding counties It is now expected thatthe case will be presented to the next grand ury at the September term of dis rict court opening Sept 29 Charges against the cattlemen tvho were indicted last June were hat they had confederated to mis epresent the quality size and irficd of feeder cattle It was al egcd that the cattle were brot to bwa from the southwest and rc old to buyers in Iowa and Illinois as purebred native Iowa stock Three of the men also were harged with false pretense in cat le dealings while others were harged with obtaining money by alse pretense ocal Police Assist in Search for Woman Local police have been asked to ssist in the search for Mrs Larry ibbelts Clear Lake who disap eared She is 35 years of age 0 cct 5 inches in heightand was driv ng a blue Chrysler car license 2213 She wns accompanied by small Eirl 11 Senators Dropped Out of Congress Five Defeated and Six Did Not Try for Election WASHINGTON Sept 11 Resignations and defeats in the pri maries already have eliminated 11 of the 35 members of the senate who were up for reelection this year assuring one of the greatest changes in the senate makeup ol recent years It has been a hardseason on the incumbents regardless of party af filiations Southern democrats al ready have rejected three senators for renomination and forced a J Heflin Alabama to run as an independent Sis Refused to Kun Those senators who have weath ered the primary battles in most in stances are fighting for theit politi cal lives in the forthcoming election The assault on the office holders does not seem to have affected the house members so much altho the primaries have shown considerable reaction against house incumbents Of the11 senators who retire af ter the next election five were de feated for renomination and six declined to run again Those who have been defeated for the party nomination are Republicans De neen Illinois and Grundy Pennsyl vania Democrats Simmons North Carolina Blease South Carolina and Ransdell Louisiana NorrJs Victorious The following six republican sen ators declined to run for reelection New Jersey Gillett Mas sachusetts Goff West Virginia Gould Maine Phipps Colorado aric Sullivan Wyoming Senator Brock democrat Tennessee also will re Lire but he is running for election to complete the short unexpired term of the late Senator Tyson Among prominent senators who lave beaten down opposition are Senators Robinson of Arkansas the minority leader Norris of Nebras ka republican independent Couzens republican Michigan and Sheppard democrat Texas Senator Borah re publican Idaho is up for reelection his year but he has encountered no difficulties Take 5050 Chance Whether the republicans or demo crats will control the next senate is still to be determined in the forth coming election The republicans now have 56 of the 96 members the democrats 39 And the farmer abor one Of the senate seats involved in he election this year 22 are held y republicans and 13 by democrats Thus the odds are against the re mblicans but whether the demo rats can overturn sufficient in cumbents to get the majority is jroblcmatical They are making he claim only of R SO50 chance 125 EXPECTED IN CLARKSVILLE Local Man on Program for Butler County Con vention CLARKSVILLE Septl er county delegates on the Coun cil of Religions Education will con vene here tomorrow for their annual convention The principal speakers on the all day program will be O J Hcrbrecht and Walter Hutton both of Des Vloines field workers for the state rganization The Rev Philip Pfaltz raff president of the Cerro Gordo ounty Council of Religious Educa ion and pastor of the Evangelical Jiurch in Mason City is scheduled or an the morning pro gram on the subject The Students Assigned to Me The convention is expected to raw 125 or more representatives rom churches thruout Butler ounty Canada Approached on St Lawrence Waterway WASHINGTON Sept 11 note has been sent to the new Can adian conservative government sug gesting further negotiations toward a treaty for development of the St Lawrence waterway NEW ARGENTINE CHIEF This excellent llkeneyj uf General fose B Urihurn Argentinas new provisional president drawn hy ArtistH T Scott shows him as he looks today the man of the hour in Buenos Aires As soon as he took office followingthe resignation of President Hipolito IrjRoycn Uriburu announced that his government would resign ns soonas the country ready for a popular election and that all contracts entered into by the Irigoycn regime woiilil ha honored CHICKASAWMAN HANGS HIMSELF Len S Babcock 40 Is Found on Bridge Had Been III NEW HAMPTON Sept S Babcock 40 ended his life here Wednesday evening by hanging himself on the overhead bridge just south of town Despondency over ill health was given as the cause He had been a painter here for a num ber of years He is survived by his mother Mrs Fannie Babcock of Frectericks burg two brothers Alfred of Fred ericksburg and Floyd of Riceville Eie also leaves one daughter Edith age 11 He was divorced from his wife about two weeks ago He was a member of the local chapter of Masons No funeral ar rangements have been made County officials were called to the scene but an inquest will not be held Megroes Admit Making Bill of Sale for Car Eddie J Williams and Alonzo riffith Negroes signed confes sions at local police headquarters Wednesday afternoon admitting making out a bill of sale for a Ford which they were driving They stated they knew the car had been stolen by a third person whose namewas withheld The two were arrested by local police Monday for nvestigation The car was stolen n Chicago Markets at a Glance SEPTEMBER II NEW YORK Stocks heavy pivotal shares sag moderately Bonds irregular St Paul5s rally Curb easy leading utilities well supported Foreign exchanges irregular Sterling easier Sugar steady Cuban support Coffeo lower trade selling Butter steady CHICAGO Wheat easy bearish Canadian re port Corn lower bearish government Cattle steady to higher Hogs lower ASK DISMISSAL OF INJUNCTION Hoxsey Bases Motion on Fact That He Is No Longer With Clinic MUSATINE Sept 11 tions to dismiss peti tion against Norman Baker and four other persons involved in the operation of trio Baker institute were filed this afternoon by Harry M Hoxsey one of the defendants He claimed that since he is no long er connected with the institute an injunction against him should not ba had Assistant Attorney General Ger ald Blake said he would call Hox sey to the stand as a state witness lato thin afternoon One of the witnesses today was Lorena Cocherill daughter of Ed ward Durst said to have been one of the original test patients at the institute Durst died in December 1929 C F Kiser and his daughter Mrs Cornelia Scholtz of Minon Iowa and Thomas Clark of Mystic were otjier witnesses today Hot Election Staged by Osceola on Water System Plant Policy OSCEOLA Sept 11 hotly contested election ia in pro gress here today to decide whether or not the people will approve a new city water plant The proposnl provides for a sup ply dam to be erected south of town Contention has been rife here for some time one faction declaring that the proposed plan for taking care of the water supply will not be sufficient to the needs of the cityv The city pond was augmented re cently by two wells but this supply das been found to be inadequate Marshalltown Man Elected Secretary ST LOUIS Sept 11 F H Ewerhardt of Washington uni versity here last night was chosen presidentelect of the American Congress of Physical Therapy Dr F L Wohrer Marshalltown Iowa was elected secretary of the organ ization which will meet in Omaha next year PROHIBITION IS CHIEF ISSUE IN PRIMARY VOTES Roosevelt Declares for Wets After Long Silence VUASHINGTON Sept 11 New ferment was poured into tho cauldron prohibition debate by the results primaries in 10 states during the past three days Altho a number of wet office seekers met defeat the overthrow of several dry champions and the victories of some candidates op posed by the prohibition forces ap peared one of the most interesting developments in the races Other Factors Enter cause re ceived an encouraging impulse yes terday also from Governor Roose velt New York who after a two year silence on the question placed himseli on record as favoring re peal of the Eighteenth amendment withsubstitution of a statute granting each state control of in toxicants In few instances did the politica wet or dry victories furnish un clouded evidence of popular sonti menthowever races where omumon became tho paramour issue other influences entered Drys Are Victors Prominent among the dry losers were the republican representatives Louis C Cramtona and Grant M Hudson a former AntiSaloon league official of Michigan In the lattern race tho prohibition issue was outstanding Representative John F Miller Washington also was a loser for re publican renomination going down before the wet attack of Ralph H Horr Millers district is Seattle however and Horr is republican 4 Column 3 CHARGED WITH CHILD DESERTION Abandoned Baby in Field to Save Family Name SIOUX CITY sept 11 ience was to be presented before a grand jury session which got under vay here today against three mem bers of the Cairns family of Glidden who are charged with child aban donment Formal charges were filed against the trio Ruth Cairns 23 her broth er Harold 27 and their mother tfrs Charlotte Cairns last night They were said to admit abandon ng a baby which was found in a cornfield near here to save the ramily name Edith Cairns daughter of Mrs Cairns and mother of the baby took no part in the alleged abandonment and was not held Will Rogers CAMP RICHARDSON Cal Sept got a funny situa tion here We brot up about a dozen girls to play with di vorcees in the hotel scene in Lightnin and here every day t c h 1 ng us shoot is 100 real divorcees from Reno and around the lakes here all dying to get into pictures while they are serving their time If any woman is missing from your community and you dont know where she is she is here The most popular charge here lately as grounds for divorce is snoring and husbands staying out late playing miniature golf They put in all spare time mak ing their trougsciui Yours WILL ROGERS FACES FRAUD CHARGE era CLAIMS SECURITY MUST Associates tress thoto Lieut Gov T B Butler of South Carolina faces i charge of intent to defraud in connec tion with an alleged shortage of in his accounts as re ceiver of the defunct banlc of Blacksburg 80 Year Old Ousted Head Removed From Sick Room to Ship I A PLATA Argentina Sept 11 Irigoyen aged de posed president of Argentina sailerj away from his native land at a m today on the Argentinian miser Belgrano to which he naif een removed a few minutes ear ier from his sick room in the sev enth regiment barracks here The expresident whisked from he virtual prison in which ho had neen confined since the revolution ary forces of General Jose Evaristo Uribiirro seized the government a veek ago went into apparent exile accompanied only by his daughter his physician Dv Meabe and mail guard of revolutionary igents The destination of the cruiser VDS not made known but earlier reports md indicated that it would irst to Montevideo Uruguay Whether Irigoyon would ba dis mbarked at that port dirt not ap Car in the orders under which the eposed chief executive wan tnken rom his confinement but then Turn III ToCT 4 Column Henderson Says British Group Likes Briand Proposal Sept 11 Arthur Henderson Britains foreign sec etary sounded a call for disarma ment and the conclusion of a gener al Disarmament treaty in 1931 be fore the league of nations this aft ernoon The British statesman declared vith great earnestnesa that it was vain to hope for security until a eneral scheme of disarmament vas a reality He thus squarely re ected the French theory that dis armament must follow measures or security Mr Henderson said that the Briti sh delegation while in full sym lathy with French Foreign Minis ter Briands proposals for n Uni ted States Europe believes that action for such a purpose munt be aken within the assembly of the league of nations Ho praised the address of M Briand which had oc cupied the morning session oC the as interesting and elo quent Praisefi Arbitration Move He said the worlds economic ills could be healed only by inter national cooperation and Great Britain will support all means to this end He praised the proJQpss of themovenfennoward tion for the settlement of tional disputes during the last year and expressed the hope that the principle of compulsory abritration might some day be accepted bv all nations Tuchinfi tho subject of security the British statesmen declared Security is impossible if cumti ative military preparations contin ue as they are going on today he added vehemently we can never limit the purpose for which eague hus been created unless we FEED BARN AT HAMPTON BURNS Household Goods and Autos Are Destroyed Nearby Roofs in Flames HAMPTON Sept which started shortly before noon Thurs day destroyed Switzers feed barn lere and a large amount of house lold goods and some autos which were stored in it Because of the celebration in connection with the opening of the pavement nn unusu ally largo crowd of spectators gath ered The flames in tlic buildingspread rapidly and considerable difficulty vns encountered by firemen in rlghting the blaze because of n itrongr wind from the south Roofs if nearby buildings caught fire sev ral times and men kept watch alertly to avert the flames on other tructures Embers carried hy the tarted a blaze on the Fred Markus louse which was extinguished be orc much damage was clone No amage resulted from other fires vhich were started by embers The origin of the fire Is uncertain lit it is thot by some that the ames started in some old mnga ines as a of spontaneous ombuslion Large clouds of smoke oiled out of the building The barn 80 feet by 120 feet ii oeb and Leopold Start on Seventh Year of Sentence JOLIET 111 Sept 11 Their seventh year in prison began tndav for Richard Loeb and Nathan Leo pold Jr serving life sentences fo the murder of little Robert E Franks Loeb is a clerk for the deputy warden at the old prison and Leo pold is actingas clerk for the chap lain at the new stateville peniten tiary Convention Scheduled BIWABIK Minn Sept 11 LT The DuluA Association of Congre gational churches will hold its thirtysecond annual meeting here Sept 23 and 24 Dr C W Bray of Biwabik will be moderator at the gathering which is to be attended by pastors and laymen Wea IOWA WEATHER Probnlily sJmivors or Ihimder storms beginning Thursday night or Friday Slightly warm er Tliursiluy nlglij in tho east nnil ccnlral portions Cooler Friday in tho north and central portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 81 Minimum in Night At 8 A M Tlmrxdny fil The weather this week has been of the kind that arouses in one a suspicion that the poet who so com pletely lost himself in ecstncies over the rarity of June days had forgot ten his 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