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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 30, 1932, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO WINNEBAGO TEAM AWARDED HONORS First in Livestock Judgin at Ames Greene First in Crop Judging AMES Deo 30 Green county team made a perfect scor of 1800 to win first place in th crops judgingcontest for 4H clu boys In their short course at low State college it was announced a the closingsession yesterday This was the first time a perfec team score ever has been made 1 this contest officials said Th team coached by Glen Anderson i composed of Carl Hebner Roy a Holtz and Lee Berry The Winnebago county team com posed of Carroll Brackey Marlii Brackey and Willard Sprechei scored 2903 points to win firs place in the livestock judging Judging contests this year wer the largest ever held with 372 en trants from 52 counties Four hun dred twentyseven boys and the leaders from 62 counties were reg istered for the short course individual winners were Brown Frank lin county beef Biackey Winnebago county dairj Werner Keokuk coun ty Lage Scot county Rinner Washington county Eraekey county an Keil Winnebagi county MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Faces New Hampton Court on Charges of Driving While Drunk NEW HAMPTON Dec Gilbert Groyer of Fredericksburg Thursday was bound over to thi next term of district court in Jus tice court here on a charge of op erating a motor vehicle while in toxicated at Fredericksburg 500 bond was furnished A Find lowans Frozen Body Hanging on Tree DUBUQUE Dec 30 frozen body of Herman Draese 79 was found hanging from the limb of a fallen tree in the woods near the city limits yesterday Draese had been out of work for some time 2 Men Indicted for Des Moines Murder DES MOINES Dec 30 Polk county grand yesterday returned murder indictments against JRay Kmhey 45 and Edward JFar rant 20 inconnection with the killing of Detective Harry Booton here Dec 10 300 Farmers Prevent Sibley Sheriffs Sale SIBLEY Dec 30 the second time 300 farmers prevented a sheriffs sale at the farm home of S Beer As a result G Draayom effected an agreement with Beer whereby Draayoms claim of 5700 was reduced to Beer raised S100 and volunteer contributions provided the rest The group an nounced a projected organization to stop foreclosures and protect farm ers will be discussed Wednesday A New York trainer says he can educate mosquitoes as well as fleas for dramatic performances Person ally wed rather see a mosquito on the Herald CASH TALKS LOUD Centerville Lump IOWAS BEST COAL In Two Ton Per Ton Wolf Bros Coal Co PHONE 1148 Th s Association will pay you a good rate of Interest on the money you invest here Ask about the plan today Mason City Building Loan Association ROSS POTTER Secretary East State St Phone 721 HOOVER INDORSES JOB SHARING PLAN Continued From Van 1 and it is to Chairman Tcagle that President Hoovers chief aids now seem to be turning to save the sit they turned to Chairman Gifford a year ago and to Chairman Woods the preceding year Have Broadcast Appeals Anyway Secretaries of Commerce and Labor Roy D Chapin and Wil liam N Doak the cabinet pair most directly interested in the In dustries and workers problems recently have broadcast appeals to large employers the country over bespeaking their cooperation in the jobsharing program which is men tioned by both department chiefs as having the presidents warm in dorsement THE PLAN is simple An employer who has a certain amount of work to be done is urged to cut it into the maximum number of jobs consistent with the pay ment to each worker ol a sufficient wage to exist providing for as many men as possible without in creasing his own production costs Reduce Working Hours Indeed an employer who has a force already working for him on full time is advised to reduce its working hours and pay according in order to permit of numerical additions Chairman Teagle is quoted to the effect that 3500000 jobs have been created In this it is not stated how many previously fully employed workers have been put upon part time with corre spondingly reduced incomes in the process IT IS TRUE that labor leaders do not like the system President William Green of the A P of L to be sure grudgingly acquiesces in it as an emergency necessity but other officials of the federation quite generally are un qualifiedly against it At its best they say it compels the workers to carry the full bur den of unemployment Lower Living Standard At its worst they believe it to be preparatory to a lowering of labors living standard If it proves to he necessary permanently to shorten he working day or week or both as an offset to the mechanization and acceleration of Industry Labors advocates have contended that this should be accomplished without pay with an advance Instead they argue reductions in ime and pay are being made simul aneously Once both are effected hey fear both will remain frozen at he lowered level DESPITE these complaints it is evident from the tone of comment at the commerce and labor depart nents that Secretaries Chapin and 3oak alike expected their appeals n the job sharingmovements be alf to be popular Few Care to Come Secretary of State Henry L Stim onappears also to have looked for IN DAYS NEWS Doris E Cowser 13 Maple ton III spelled 285 words cor rectly to win the spelling cham pionship of Illinois Associated Press HEADLESS BODY AT CITY DUMP Police Believe Dead Man t Be Victim of Crazed Surgeon LOS ANGELES Ind Dec 30 1 Negro workman today found i mans torso minus the head and on arm in a package at the incinerato plant of the city dump There were no identifying marks Employes at the dump said they hac no knowledge of its delivery there Edward Davis the Negro said h thought the package might contain food for his dog and tossed it to th anima The dog backed away H kicked the package open and madi the grewsomediscovery Police and deputy sheriffs ex pressed the opinion the dead man was the victim of a skilled surgeon possibly crazed as there were thre incisionsin the skin that had bee made with expert care One was in the abdomen and two were in th Groin Stitches were found in th skin burst of applause to follow nis ie ent announcement based on pass ort records of a 500000 decline In ie number of alien arrivals in the Jnited States since the depression he thinks to mmigration restrictions It is a fact that ordinarily such ews would be well received in labor ircles In the present instance comment s rather to the effect that labor onditions are regarded by Euro eans as so much worse in the Uni ed States than in Europe that few rorkers care to come here NDICTED IN TAX REFUND FRAUDS Vail and Wilson Charged by Grand Jury With Theft From State DES MOINES Dec 30 dore Wall Des Moines attorney nd Glea A Wilson employed in the tate treasurers office were In icted by Polk county grand jury esterday on charges of defrauding he state through fraudulent gaso ne tax refunds The allegedly fraudulent ctions totaled 550000 trans Wall vyas indictedon three counts f obtaining money under false retense Wilson was indicted on a Imilar count and one of accepting bribe Wall pleaded not guilty before udge Loy Ladd and was freed un er 57500 bond Wilson reported 1 at his home did not appear but rrangements were made to post ond of for him The state alleges Wall directed he transactions in which gasoline efund claims were solicited from ontractors The state further al eged that Wall raised the amount f the solicited claims that they rere paid by Wilson and that prof ts derived were divided In a signed confession presented o the grand jury Wilson admitted e received 1200 and Wail 52000 n one transaction The state al eged that this transaction involved claim of the Daley Construction onipany of Burlington for NEED MONEY PINE WILL LOAN YOU On furniture nutos personal property or anything of value to persons who have steady employment LOANS UP TO Pay back in monthly Installments LOANS MADE SAME DAY OF APPLICATION C If Pine Loan Company SECOND FLOOR WEIR BLDG OF MASON CITY PHONE STALIN CRITICIZES CAMPBELLS BOOK Continued From Page 1 statement the article continued Mr Campbell is obviously using his fancy when he says the conver sation with Stalin which started at 1 oclock p m continued long af ter night into the dawn Indeed the conversation lasted no more than two hours Mr Camobells fancy is a real American one Mr Campbell fabricates more and more when he ascribes to Sta lin words like Trosky ox iled Russian Bolshevik they really tried to extend communism all over the world and this was the first reason for the rupture between Trotsky and himself that Trotsky trusted world communism while he Stalin wanted to limit his activity in his own country Facts Upside Down This senseless fabrication which turns facts upside flown can be be lieved only by deserters to the camps of Kautskys Wells and Mr Trotsky This reference apparent ly was to Carl Kautsky the Ger man socialist and H G Wells the British novelist who caused a sen sation several years ago by prais ing Russian institutions In fact the conversation with Campbell had no relation to the question of Trot sky and Trotskys name was not mentioned during all the conversa tion the article went on Mr Campbell la inventing more and more Mr Campbell in his book mentions the record of the interview with Stalin but he did not consider it necessary to publish it in his book I think the best punishment for the tale telling Mr Campbell will be to pub lish the text of the record of the conversation between Mr Campbell and Stalin The article was signed J Sta lin and dated December 28 U S Has Reasons In the published record of the interview Stalin was quoted as say ing to Campbell It is very clear to me that the United States more than any other country has reasons to provide business relations with the soviet union not only because the United States is rich in technique and cap ital but because in no other country would our business and people have enjoyed such a cordial reception and hospitality Stalin then went on into the ques tion of propaganda denying that the soviet government or any of its agents could undertake such work of interference with internal af fairs of another country adding soviet government could not Be held responsible for legal activi ties of the American communist party in that respect Fayette County Office Is Won by Republican WEST UNION Dec re count which ended yesterday re sulted in the election of Edgar A Traeger republican incumbent who contested the election of Phillip K Meskel democrat to the clerkship of the Fayette county court His majority was 113 He gained 362 votes in the recount FOUR SLAIN BY NEGRO SOLDIER Brooding on Demotion Ma Have Been Motive for Slayings FORT HUACHTJCA Ariz De brooding of a Negr soldier over his demotion from ser geant to private was advanced to day as a possible motive for th Negro slaying two army and their wives at this histori post Another white officer wa wounded late yesterday before th soldier was shot and killed by Negro corporal of the proves guard Although the official state ment suggested no motive the in vestigating board of officers wa emphatic in stating no breach o discipline was involved The dead Capt Joseph R Wessely 45 o San Antonio Tex 25th infantry assistant to the post quartermaster Former Iowa Woman Mrs Wessely wife of the slal officer of Cedar Rapids Iowa Capt David A Palmer 42 o Beverly Mass in command o Company M 25th infantry Mrs Palmer wife of Capt Palmer the former Miss Mar Lowden of Dedham Mass James H Abernathy Negro pri vate quartermasters corps o Houston Tex slayer of the four The wounded First Lieut Harvie R Matthews 25th infantry assigned to Com pany K shot twice through both legs He is 32 years of age anc from Chapel Hill Tex Physician said he will recover No Motive for Crime The official statement of th board of investigators summonei by the post commander said No motive for the crimes i shown to the officers at For Huachuca but Abernathy undoubt edly was suffering from temporary insanity He was employed at tlu filling station on the military reser vation All of the officers concerned were unusually popular with tbj men Col R S Knox commanding of ficer of the twentyfifth infantrj regiment who came from his head quarters at Nogales later added Corporal Commended Insofar as the regiment is con cerned there is no breach of dis cipline but on the other hand here is great commendation for Corporal Peter Hardley Company L member of the provost guard vho pursued and killed the murder er upon his own Initiative Officers at the post unofficially advanced as a possible cause of the Negros madness his brooding over a recent demotion from the rank of iergeant Abernathy had been tn Olved in a fatal automobile acci dent He had been released to statt ourta and was placed on 10 years irobation Wessely First Killed Captain Wessely was the first to ic killedHe was shot down with lut warning as he drove into the ervice station where Abernathy was employed Alter killing the of icer the Negro drove to the cap ains home where he apparently jurst in upon Mrs Wesscly and killed her From the Wessely home he went o the Palmer residence where he apparently killed Captain and Mrs aimer without a struggle The wo Palmer children David 12 anc 3olly 10 escaped David shoved his iister into a closet slammed the loor and ran from the house to notify post headquarters Fires at Lieutenant After killing Captain and Mrs Calmer Abernathy ran to the home if Lieutenant Matthews and open d fire on him Meanwhile the pro vost corporal had been attracted by he shooting and obtaining a rifle an toward Matthews home He ound the officer lying on the ground and the Negro firing shots nto his body The corporal then milled Abernathy His officers said Corporal Hartl ey has an enviable record with the eglment He enlisted from Cam en Ala in 1918 and has four hon rahle discharges all bearing the notation character excellent Both Captain Palmer and Cap ain Wessely had served in the World war with the ranking nf ma Jnemployed White Men Join Roving Tribes in Jungles of Australia ADELAIDE Australia Dec 30 white men who ave gone native and joined rov ng aboriginal tribes may have a rofound influence on these stone ge nomads L A Wells explorer who has re urned from a trek through the ildest parts of Australia says he as surprised to find that many ribes included one or two white nen They were naked and almost lack from exposure to the sun and rere living in accordance with na ve customs They were able to improve on he age old methods of hunting and rapping and had Brought to the ribes a knowledge of the conserva on of food and cultivation of veg tables By making the tribal food supply more plentiful and certain these whites It is believed may save lany of the tribes from decay and xtinction Dies of Suicide Wounds WATERLOO Dec 30 oslah Potter 83 died today from elf inflicted wounds He had been isconsolate over the death of his ife three weeks ago 2 WORLD FAMED SCIENTISTS TALK From Page 1 seen If the ray had been an elec tron as Compton holds it would have been detected by a track left in a cloud of vapor Made Airplane Tests His airplane testa of cosmic raya said Dr Mlllikan were the firs really accurate tests from airplanes ever taken and were made possible by a new specially developed device They showed no such differences in the intensity of the rays from the tropics toward the poles as Comp ton found from tests on mountain peaks On the other hand said Dr Comp ton the photons that Millikan be lieves he has detected may not be cosmic rays at all but only local photons or particles split off from atoms of air a few miles from the earth by the impact of the real cosmic rays in the form of electrons Speed Toward Earth This actually could happen if the cosmic rays are electrons and as a result a mixture of photons and elec trons would speed toward the earth The photons would have greater penetrating power and this might explain tests that seem to show cos mic rays penetrate deep Into lakes and the earth Instead of cosmic rays they might have been really just these local photons from the atmosphere Most scientists agree however that the rays whether real cosmic rays or secondary ones are charged particles traveling almost as fast as light DECEMBER 30 1932 Benefit Cage Games Are Carded at Manly High for Milk Fund MANLY Dec have been completed for 2 benefit basket ball games Friday starting at 7 oclock in the school gymnasium between the high school regulars and the Manly Alumni both boys and girls Members of the regular high school teams who are In town will play for the kids and assistant Coach C H Hogan will referee The probable lineup for the alum ni boys is Louis Meany Harry Meany Bo Brown Robert O Brown John Heiny Carol Kurd Howard Durner and others who may be in town For the girls Orpha Bruyn Marjory Bosworth Irene Oilman Dorothy Kraus Beryl Cbbeen and Genevieve Relndl will probably see action The games are sponsored by the American Legion the use of the school building has been donated by the school board The entire pro ds will go into the milk fund Mrs Dusold Funeral Held at St Josephs Burial at West Bend A requiem high mass was said for Mrs Mary Dusold 2 Central apart ments by Monrfgnor F S OConnor at St Josephs Catholic church Fri day morning Mrs Dusold died at a ocal hospital Wednesday morning The body was taken to West Bend where Father P M Dobber stein of St Peters and Pauls church conducted the commital service at the grave Pallbearers were Herbert Bender Kenneth Chute Richard Knapp James Coyle Omer Berg and Wil iam McCauley Soldiers Woes Add One More Verse to That Old Army Song NEW YORK Dec 30 voea of Private Leo F Whelen have added a new verse to an old army song Whelen was convicted o1 stealing a banjo a camera an overcoat and 10 from the quarters of Brig Gen Lutus R Holbrook and was given a year Now the eighteenth infantry songsters are singing The doughboy swiped the generals dough Parley voo His camera coat and best banjo Parley voo He said of generals Ive no fear Till the court passed out a kick and a year Hinkeydlnkey parley voo Husbands Bat 500 With Wives Judges CAMDEN N J Dec 30 Husbands batted 500 in Camden lolice court when four wives were allowed to pass sentence on their espective spouses Either give hem 30 days in jail or take them tome with you the women were old Mrs Elwood Potts and Mrs lenry Schnitlzius decided on jail or their mates but Mrs George 3range and Mrs Clarence Sims ook theirs home Two Pairs of Twins Bom in Single Year CHICAGO Dec 30 the econd time within a year Mrs larie Colson 25 presented her usband Gilbert with twins born esterday They were a hoy and girl as was he first set born last Jan 10 Colson is an automobile insur nce company clerk Cornell Professor Honored LOS ANGELES Dec 30 Drummond of Cornell college Mt Iowa was elected to the AH ociation Council of the National Vssocintion of Teachers of speech in nnual convention here EXPECT VETO ON PHILIPPINES BILL Compromise Act Passed by House by Overwhelming 17116 Vote WASHINGTON Dec 30 The question of granting independ ence to the Philippine Islands after a 10 year transitional period was put squarely up to President Hoover today with many predicting his dis approval By 171 to 16 the house late yes terday passed the compromise bill and sent it to the white house to await action by the chief executiv when he returned from a southern fishing trip Some republican leaders an others who have followed the cours of Philippine independence were in clined to believe that Mr Hoove would not the measure Amonj his advisers Secretary Hurley ha been most outspoken in opposition to freedom at this time Reported on Findings Hurley made a trip to the island a year ago and reported his finding to the president After hearing them Mr Hoover told newspaper men Independence tomorrow withou assured economic stability wouk result in the collapse of Philippine government revenues and the col lapse of all economic life in the islands That was his direct statement on the subject Those who say he miph approve the present bill point to the 10 year trial period and the provis ions designed to help the islands at tain stability in the interim Divided in Attitude Leaders in the Philippines wen divided in their attitude Manue Quezon president of the insular senate called the measure a Joke asserting it would provide a fictitious independence A meet ing of island legislatorsadopted a resolution saying the difference of opinion amongFilipinos was based on the 10 year clause and retention of naval bases by the United States Freedom for the islands has been advanced in this country for many years as a farm relief measure Un der the bill approved yesterday ariffexempt exports to the United States would be limited annually o 50000 tons of refined and 800000 tons of raw sugar 200000 tons of cocoanut oil and 3000000 pounds of fibers during the transition per od and in the sixth year export axes woulcf be applied as a means of paying of Philippine indebted ness HERE FOR MOVIES lowan Jumped Too Late as Car Stalled PLEASANTVILLE Dec 20 Leonard Dyer jumped when his car stalled on a railroad crossing near here But he was a little too late A southbound train struck his foot His automobile was wrecked Last night a physician ampu tated the foot at a hospital here Tail of Famous Horse Is Given Roosevelt Grattan Saw Trotters Last Race DECORAH Dec D Roosevelt has expressed appre ciation for receiving as a gift the tali of the champion trotting horse Gloster which M T Grattan of De corah saw race for the last time Gloster was bred by the president elects fatherat Hyde park more than 60 years ago The tail of this once famous horse the first to trot a mile under was sent to the governor by a resident of Goshen N Y Mr Grattan watched Gloster trot Oct 7 1874 in Chicago The horse died on the way back to Cal ifornia The record this horse was There should be quite a saving in cutting down the elephant harness to fit a Pilot COUNT THE COST When tempted to buy BARGAIN SHOES It might cost you FOOT TROUBLES for the rest of your days and it is nretty sure to make you CHUCK YOUR PRIDE A very little more will get you what you wanted in the first place A real pair LAIRDIB 14 E State St iMT Where Shoes Are Really Fitted SPECIAL BLUE RIBBON NUT Consolidated Coal Co PHONE 1176 Phone AteAteAte BEFORE ITS TOO LATE Make your coal dollars work all night Fire should not go into an all night sleep at this season Have you tried our GREAT HEART Certified Fuel Fireside Fuel Co 1011 S FEDERAL Heather Angel who has won fame on foreign screens has ar rived in the United States to try her luck In American films Associated Press THE DAY IN CONGRESS Senate Meets briefly to recess until Tues day House Continues consideration of agri cultural appropriations THURSDAY REVIEW Senate In recess House Debated agricultural supply bill Approved conference report on Philippine independence lowan Badly Wounded as Shooting Climaxes Quarrel of Four Men CARROLL Dec 30 Buss 35 was in a critical condition at a hospital here with a wound in the chest sustained in a shdoting which climaxed an alleged quarrel among four men near Glidden Harry Myers 45 was charged with assault with intent to commit mur der Webb Steininger was charged with carrying concealed weapons Kenneth Smith 19 was released after questioning MARTINS TRIAL NEARING JURY Iowa City Youth Accused of Slaying Gasoline Station Attendant MUSKEGON Mich Dec 30 W case of James Regis Martin Iowa City Iowa youth who is charged with slaying a gasoline station attendant during a hold up probably will reach the jury late today All testimony was completed late yesterday and only closing argu ments and the courts instructions remained to complete the case The jury of eight farmers and four businessmen will be called upon to decide whether the 16 year old defendant was able to distinguish right from wrong when as the de fense admits he shot and killed the attendant Four physicians who were defense witnesses testified the boy is insane Three policemen called as rebuttal witnesses yester day over defense objections testi fied they noted nothing abnormal in the boys demeanor or actions after his arrest Dr C F Watts WiUIamsburg Iowa physician testified that from an extended observation of young Martin he believed him suffering from dementia praecox and unable to tell right from wrong From the way things are working out it appears that losing a war is cheaper than winning Telegraph Tubes Tested FREE In Our Store We Repair and Service AH Makes of Radios VANCE MUSIC CO EVERYTHING IN MUSIC 124 North Federal Phonu 798 WE SPECIALIZE Willard Batteries Complete Electrical Service for your car JACOBY BATTERY ELECTRIC CO 110 S Delaware RIason City of RADIO Youve seldom if ever seen values like these in Radios Theyre going have to hurry if youre going to get in on this sale 112X Philco Philco Lowboy No 112 Philco Lowboy 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