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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 15, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO GARS WRECKED IN ROCKWELL CRASH Autoload of Musicians Is Struck by Car Driven i by Dr Dexter ROCKWELL Sept car loaded with five musicians three from Rockwell and two from Mason City was struck by a car driven by Dr C O Dexter Rockwell on tBe edge of town late Thursday Both cars were badJy wrecked The accident occured near the Rockwell creamery on old highway 65 The Dexter car was coming from the west and the other from the north Henry L White Rockwell who driving the car for the musi cians received scalp injuries The others were thrown out through the top of the car is it rolled over Wayne Campbell and Alvin c Dieselemier or and Harold Lee and Warren Neefe Mason City were riding with White when the ac cident occured Lloyd Krumrey Found Not Guilty by Jury on Drunk Driving Charge CHARLES CITY Sept 15 Criminal matters continue to occu py the attention of Judge M F Edwards this week Lloyd Krumrey was found not guilty by a jury which reported about oclock last evening He was charged with driving while intoxicated and the trial took one day Paul Schultz pleaded guilty to maintaininga Jiquor nuisance and received a sen State cases against Kenneth J Chute and Roy Tietgen are sched uled for trial today with Jens Grothe county attorney prosecut ing the cases and Wesley Henke appearing for the defendants Last May a car which they were driving ran mto another car containing Paul Lockies orchestra which was on Jts way to Nashua The defend ants gavo Mason City as their home IN THE RADIO WORLD FTOBAV SEPT IS Central Htancara 1Ime rouls unless spec Programs subject lo change p i V NETWORK wlw wc llo wtag wcsh wfl wltt wftor wre wgy lod wsm wmc nsb wa only Lum New England Rolllckc quartet also c Serial Act nnd Cavallersc lo c nm Hls Gans r Orcii Navy also c Alners Sociable Hem Davla and Orch Mack Fisher Orch basic len repeat for c Baritone Sterns Orel Maximo Lowes Orch 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Orchto c Blue Rhythm Band Lopez Orch Phil repeat RADIO RUBES TESTED FREE AT OUR STORE GRTJNOW SUPER SERVICE The first real advance In elec tric refrigeration for the home VANCE MUSIC CO EVERYTHING IN MUSIC 121 Nnrth Federal Phone 798 JUDGE KENYONS LAST RITES HELD Continued From rage 1 outstanding qualities which must ever distinguish him Mrs Kenyon who is ill at the summer home in Maine where the judges death occurred had askec Mr Kendall to speak Her request she revealed came from a sealed letter which the judge left asking that Kendall be asked to Accompanied by Brother Judge Kenyon died last Saturday in Sebasco Maine and the body ar rived in Fort Dodge this morning accompanied by his brother A N Kenyon and his secretary Miss Edith Awe A comittee of the Fort Dodge Bar association met the body at the station Those who served as casket bear ers were close friends of Judge Kenyon Frank Maher Granger P Mitchell Frederic Larrabee M J Haire D M Kelleher and Dr D E Baughman Among those here from out of the city were Charles Rawson Des Moines former roommate of Judge Kenyon at college Federal Judge Charles Dewey Des HomesB W Garrett clerk of the Iowa supreme court State Treasurer Wegman Attorney General OConnor State Auditor Storms Maj Ralph Lan caster Federal Judge M M Joyce Minneapolis circuit Judge John Sanborn of St Paul and Circuit Judge Wilbur Booth Minneapolis CLEAlWGEL IN FIGHT DEATH No One Held in Fatal Injury of Bernard Gallagher of Dougherty That Bernard Gallagher came to his death as a result of peritonitis caused by injury was the jurys verdict in the coroners inquest held Thursday at the courthouse of the death of the 19 year old Dougherty boy who died Wednesday evening at a local hospital following close on to a fight at a country barn dance Saturday night We find no one criminally responsible for his death stated the jury Gallagher who was brought t the hospital Monday night diet from what an autopsy revealed t be an injured right kidney rup tured bladder and peritonitis Louis Kruggel 18 Dwaledale wh fought with Gallagher near the close of the dance held at the Clark Van Hoosen place near Rockwell was cleared of any responsibility in the death of Gallagher Kruggel was the last to testify at the inquest closing a 4 hour interrupted ses siouin which 15 witnesses weri calledto j TellsStory of Fight Before taking the stand Krugge was advised by Coroner J E Me Donald and County Attorney M L Mason that his testimony could noi be compelled at the inquest and thai anything he said might be used against him but without hesitation he chose to testify According to his own statements Kruggel had come out of the build ing where the dance was being held at about 11 oclock and gone to his car He had been standing there an proximately five minutes when a man who had been standing at the rear of the car in conversation with some girls hauled off and hit him on the left cheek bone knocking him against his car Kruggel etrucl back hitting Gallagher in the face and knocking him against another car which was about live feet away The two boys then clinched accord ing to Kruggel and after wrestling a bit fell to the ground where they kept on grappling with each other After a short time they either were separated or happened to separate and got up Gallagher taking off his coat and handing it to one of the spectators Wrestle Once More Then Kruggel related they start ed wrestling once more falling to the ground with Gallagher on top Kruggel rolled Gallagher over and was sitting astride him when Van Hoosen separated them After getting up Kruggel went to the pump got a drink of water and went home in a car witli some friends Kruggel stated that he had had one drink but did not know whether or not Gallagher had been drinking He said he had no idea as to why Gallagher had hit him nor did he know anything of the light bulbs mentioned by witnesses In response to a question as to how he thought the Injury to Gal lagher could have occurred Kruggel said that he was unable to account for such an injury having been sus tained at any time during the fight TREASURYMAY SHOW SURPLUS Woodin Says Increased Tax Receipts All Over Most Encouraging WASHINGTON Sept 15 Secretary Woodin said today that the treasury might show a surplus for the present fiscal year Increases in tax receipts all along the line he said were most encouraging He said he considered prohibition repeal most probable and added that such action would go far toward balancing the budget Estimates for treasury receipts from January to the end of next June when the fiscal year closes he said were extremely favorable MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TO WED RATHER THAN PAY SUIT Claire Windsor Cant See Alienations Suit Verdict LOS ANGELES Sept 15 Ordered by a superior court jury to pay Mrs Marian Read for alienation of affections of her for mer husband Alfred C Read Jr Claire Windsor said today she would marry if necessary to escape pay Ing the judgment Attorneys for the blond actress said a motion for a new trial will be made within the next few days They said they were ready to carry the case to the state supreme court The verdict against Miss Windsor was returned late yesterday by a fury of seven women and five men amid cheers and handclapping of courtroom spectators Has No Money I have no money and rather than go to work that Mrs Read may collect I will get married again Miss Windsor said with half a laugh I cant understand it all All I can say is that it is a shame Read said I testified it was my fault and it was I am awfully sorry for Claire Oh I am so happy Mrs Read told the jurors thank you thank you all so much Shoulders Blame recorded courts Grain Collections in Russia Onethird of Total Fixed for Year MOSCOW Sept 15 Kalinin president of soviet Russia has announced that grain collec tions to the government on Sept 1 aggregated 360000000 bushels or 40 per cent of the amount set for the year This was the first indication that the second five year plan provides for the gathering of 900000 000 bushels At this time last year the collections were onethird of the amount so far gathered in 1933 SITUATION GROWS TENSER IN CUBA Continued From Page 1 a minimum wage scale throughout the country The capital itself was threatened with another food shortage as the administration heard rumors oi other armed resistance and tighten ed the lines about 500 former army officers still besieged in the Na tional hotel Fighting and bloodshed mutiny and rebellion were abroad as Presi dent Grau San Martin announced a plan calling for absolute independ ence and national sovereignty a perfect adjustment of political and economic interests and genera elections for a constitutional con vention Warehousemen Strike Warehousemen were on strike in Havana Already prices have soared because of this and a field workers walkout in adjacent provinces and authorities foresaw a growing scar city of food Employes of the Havana electric railway were at odds over the allot ment of work and officials said the situation was not encouraging The powerful O C R R secret society instituted a consumers strike against the electric and telephone rates The government was asked to intervene Drug store messengers were on strike Inspector Killed An Inspector for the stevedores syndicate was killed by unidentified persons in a passing automobile Street fighting was reported in fuegos where all stores were closed racial enmity ran high Talk of another general strike such as the one that paralyzed al most every sphere of activity and forced the eviction of Gerardo Ma chados administration went the roundc In Cristo 12 American officials of manganese mines were held as virtual prisoners by striking em ployes The situation at the National ho tel was acute Telephone wires to the hotel were cut Motorists were not permitted to near the building Whether any American guests remained inside could net be learned Officers Hold Out The officers overthrown by their own men in a revolt against the regime of Carlos Manuel des Ces pedes and in favor of a revolution ary junta continued firm in their insistence that the new president Ramon Grau San Martin give way to Dr de Cespedes They are armed with machine gucs rifles and pistols They main tain they will fight if attacked With shouts and waving red flags workers in Santiago forced the mayor and governor to resign and the resulting situation waa kjbLcci AiguLiiig waa reported in Read in the witness chair had I Matanzas In Gardenias and Cien shouldered the blame for Miss Wind n sors troubles when he admitted making love to her posing as a single man and then telling her he was separated from his wife and planning a divoice He denied Miss Windsor had pursued him Mrs Read in her testimony ac cused Miss Windsor of enticing her husband to leave her The jury de liberated three hours The judgment waa one of the largest of its kind J in southern California SHERIFF TILTON GIVEN VERDICT Judge Upholds Defense Plea in Trial on Farm Riot Attack CHEROKEE Sept 15 O S Thomas today sustaineda de fense plea for a directed verdict in the trial of Sheriff A N Tilton on conspiracy charges growing out of an attack on farm plcketers a year ago Judge Thomas held thatthe evi dence submitted was insufficient to connect the sheriff with any con spiracy The state had sought to prove its case on circumstantial evi dence Harrison Steele vigilante chief and local banker Ralph White Dr Forrest Barnes and Claude Bensley remain to be tried on similar charges SEPTEMBER 15 1933 St Louis Believed Near Victory Over Sleeping Sickness ST LOUIS Sept 15 be lief that we have broken the back of the sleeping sickness epidemic was expressed today by Dr Joseph F Bredeck St Louis health com missioner The health commissioner pre dicted the epidemic would taper oft much more slowly than its spread probably requiring twice as long to end as it to reach its peak The mysterious malady has taken 144 lives in St Louis and St Louis county since mid July IN DAYS NEWS The photo shows Hoi Kaltcn born son of H V Kaltenhorn wellknown radio commentator upon his arrival in the United States from Berlin where tie was attacked by Nazi soldiers who thought tho youth had In sulted the Hitler banner dur ing a parade The Hitler gov ernment made an official apol ogy for the attack and the boys father requested the American ambassador to ignore the Incident in his dispatches called disturbed An army ser feant was said to have taken over he Santiago city hall Posters again attacked Yankee mperialism Plan of Government Into these scenes the young ad ministration brought its plan of Tovernmen It provided ither things Absolute independence and na tional sovereignty at home In its foreign policy the government will strive to obtain better harmony It will also respect all treaties It will call for general elections as soon as possible to elect dele gates to a constitutional convention which will prepare a new constitu tion and organize another govern ment to which the present one will cede its powers Temporarily the government will make individual rights secondary to a regime of government fiscaliza tfon But no one may be deprived of his lawful property except by com petent authority and for cause jus tlfied by the public good Ross to Speak on Second Coming at Church of Christ Christ was portrayed as the place of safety for the pilgrim whoso path has been infested with robbers and plunderers by Floyd Ross at the Church of Christ Thurs day night When Jesus said I am the way He used a homely Illustration said the speaker a road was a place over which weary pilgrims passed with their herds and flocks and be longings These ways were Infested with robbers who robbed plunder ed and killed The Caesars conceived the idea of building protected high ways where every 12 miles were small forts and inclosures protected by soldiers In time these roads came to stand for safety peace and permanence So Christ stands to day as a place of safety Minnie Senasac Ross will draw This Is My Fathers World at the service Friday night when Evange list Ross will speak on the Second Coming of Christ A trio violin cello and piano numbers will be given IOWA MINERS TO RETURN TO WORK Delegates of Seven Union in Polk County Vote to End Strike DES MOINES sept 15 Delegates from seven miners loca unions in Polk county voted toda to end their strike and return to work tomorrow Each of the 70 locals in the state had been Invited to attend the meet ing but only the Polk county groups responded A H Burke leader of the strik ing miners said he believed that al mines which had not yet resumec operation would be functioning to morrow Twentyfour mines in six counties employing 3165 men were involved in the strike at its peak A resolution was submitted ask ing that a special state convention of the TJ it W A be called to con sider the present agreement be tween the miners and operators Although the question of a pos sible petition recalling the state officers of the union was talked among individual miners no such motion reached the floor Silk Workers Vote to Continue Strike PATERSON N J Sept 15 5j A F of L silk workers now on strike from Paterson silk mills rated today to continue their strike gnoring truce terms framed at a Washington meetingof the national abor board with manufacturers and union representatives Expansion of Credit and Currency Urged WASHINGTON Sept 15 mmediate expansion of credit and urrency was advocated in a state ment today by Chairman Fletcher f the senate banking committee Maurice Chevalier of Films Slightly Hurt When Auto Tips Over HOLLYWOOD Sept 15 Maurice Chevalier motion picture star and his manager Max Ruptia were slightly injured early today when their automobile overturned after colliding with another ma chine They were treated at the po lice emergency hospital for minor injuries Defense Testimony in Tilton Case Opens CHEROKEE Sept 15 fense testimony in the trial of Sher iff A N Tilton on charges of con spiracy in connection with the wounding of pickets during farm disturbances was to start today after the state rested its case Sunken Treasure A fortune may lie lost at the bottom of the sea yet it is no good to any man be cause it cannot be used for anyones ad vantage So it is with your dollars which are lying idle They can do good only when put to and this association can put your dollars to the same i time assuring you of 11 h e i r safety and I profitable dividends Mason City Building Loan Association East State A SPECIAL FINANCIAL SERVICE FOR TEACHERS LOANS up to for the usual Fall expenses Repay in installments arranged to meet your require ments A Convenient Personal Loan Service C L Pine Loan Co Phone 224 Diagonally Opposite First National Bank 204 Weir Bldg s pointed out kerns a cigarette tHatV C7 s j x 1555 LIGGETT MYW TOBACCO Co the cigarette thats MILDER the cigarette that TASTES BETTER   

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