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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 14, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FEBRUARY 14 1934 SHORT TO RUN FOR GOVERNOR Sioux Cityan Announces His Candidacy for G 0 P Nomination DES MOINES Feb 14 lace M Short of Sioux City today announced his candidacy for the re publican nomination for governor at the June primary Short said he would announce his platform later but stated I am fully aware of the serious situation that will confront the next gover nor of thla state for Iowa and the majority of her citizens are in dis tress Declaring this situation must be faced by all the people he added that we must understand our re sponsibilities to one another and share together the burdens of re covery each according to his ability Point of View In making1 thla announcement be said The point of view of the chief executive should be the point of view of allwho produce wealth and render services within our borders His business should be to defend the people against exploitation protect them in their constitutional rights and seekenactment of laws and the adoption of policies that shall fur nish security in the ownership of homes and tea pursuit of happiness He should lead the people In their efforts for economic equality The fight for justice should be made at the seat of government in consulta tion with the people and then It will not be made In mass action on the homesteads and the public high ways He should have the vision to make decisions and the courage to act MustTnke Control The people must take control of their own government It is my pur pose to give them this opportunity Mr Short 5s a native of Page county where he resided until 22 years of age For the past 24 years he has been a resident of Sioux City he served six years aa mayor He also was a member of the forty fourth assembly serving as one of the Woodbury county representa tives He is a graduate of Beloit college of Beloit Wis and of Yale He IB married and has three children STOCK EXCHANGE HAS NEW RULES NEW 14 York stock exchange Tuesday adopted new rules prohibiting Its members from having any interest in the profits of any pool or other market operation used intentional ly for the purpose of unfairly influ encing the market price of any se curity i EAT wHprr IILIKEANPTAKE IBELlrANSWHENV i DISAGREES Approved by the dlgeitivB tablet in AmericaBelluu Js perlectljr harmless yet gives prompt relief cveti Bellana Hotwater Sure Relief Since 18S7 Trialis proofJSc BELLANS FOR INDIGESTION REFUSE TO CURB STEERING GROUP Continued From Pago It up with the work of the lower branch The adjournment resolution was sponsored by Representative Fos ter of Cedarwho offered it as an amendment to his resolution pro posing the rccesa The adjournment amendment was killed by a standing vote of 14 to 39 Laid on Table Representative Johnson then moved that the recess resolution be laid on the table and was supported by a 70 to 29 vote Those voting against tabling the resolution for a recess were Alesch Augustine Bonnstetter Crouch Davis Dreessen Fletcher Foster Fn eater Garner Goode Hook Huff Koch McFarlane ilcKinnon Ma lone Maniece Moore of Harrison Rice Roe Schlatter Stimpson Te ter Thlessen Willis Yager zyl atra and Miller Absent or not vlting Cunning ham Fabritz Jensen Laughlln McCreery Millhone Porter Snyder Stansell TRACE PATH OF SOLAR ECLIPSE Japanese U S Scientists Given Advantage of Clear Skies LOSAP Caroline Islands Feb 14 skies gave American and Japanese aelentists an unsur aased opportunity to observe and hotograph the solar eclipse which raced a 6000 mile arc over the cific ocean today The 33 Japanese scientists in the expendition to Losap Island 1875 miles southeast of Japan pro nounced their efforts entirely suc cessful The two J Johnson instructor in astronomy at California Institute of Technol ogy and Dr William Cohn re search fellow at the University of comment pend ing further work with their tele scopes and cameras MAN RELEASED NEAR DECORAH Wisconsin Man Freed After Kidnapers Take Money and Auto DECORAH Feb Treg er Menomonie Wis who was kid naped yesterday afternoon at the point of a gun was released be tween here and Calmar and walked here last night reaching Decorah at midnight He told local officers of the kidnaping Treger a well dressed man said he was lUdnaped while he was in his car at Menomonie and forced to drive to Durand Wis where he was blindfolded He was placed in the back of another car driven by two men Last night the car was driven to a slderoad near highway 55 Treger claimed his money and keys were then taken He was thrown from the car After reaching Decorah Treger told his story to Night Marshal Herman Tavner and then to Dep uty Sheriff Fred OBoy His car was a Nash sedan bearing a Minne sota license but he could recall only two numbers of the license This morning he telegraphed to his wife for expense money to re turn home Former Resident of Keokuk Dies in Fall MACON Mo Feb 14 UE A coroners jury hers late yeatorday returned a verdict of death by jumping from a fourth story win dow for Mrs Sam Hiller 54 for mer Keokuk Iowa resident Mrs Hiller fatally Injured when she jumped from a fourth story win dow of the Jefferson hotel here Monday afternoon She had been a patient in a sanitarium here Woolen to Run for State Schools Head DES MOINES Feb 14 S Wooten of Boone today took out nominating papers for the demo cratic nomination at the June pri maries for superintendent of public InstrucUor Many attempts have been made to harness the suns rays and the oceans waves for power purposes but so far without commercial suc cess KING PALMER IN CONGRESS RAGE Continued From Page 1 named Schrader has announced his candidacy Friends of Mr Palmer reason that because the congressmans post was occupied for almost 35 consecutive years In tho west end of the dis trict there Is basis in fairness and expediency in selecting a nominee from the eastern or central eastern portion Vigorous Campaign Planned Although some of the persons most insistent on Mr Palmers en tering the race are service men he is said to command the friendship and support of many not thus Iden tified with him An organization la being effected for a vigorous primary campaign to be followed by an even more vigor ous election campaign in tho event Mr Palmer receives tho nomina tion An effective speaker ho has a personal acquaintance and follow ing in all sections of the district REMOVE HAMANN TO STATE PRISON Young Iowa Giant Gets Life Sentence for Murder of Grandmother DENJSON Feb 14 Hamann 18 young Schleswig giant today wasto be taken to Isou penitentiary to start alif o sen tence for the murder of hisgrand mother Mrs Christine EiverB 70 The youth last night pleaded guilty to a county attorneys infor mation charging first degree mur der and was sentenced immediately by Judge J P Klinker Hamann 6 feet 2 Inches tall and weighing 210 pounds confessed that he clubbed his grandmother Sunday night in her Schleswlg home and then choked her to make sure she was dead His desire for he believed she had hidden in the house prompted the act he said Five witnesses testified at the short hearing They included Sher iff Hugo Willy Coroner John Gott hurg Jim Davis Schleswig mar shal Dr J J Duffy and Edmund HamannLouis cousin I find said Judge Klinker in pronouncing sentence that this Is a first degree murder and a mosl heinous crime WILLIAM TKAVERS JEROME NEW YORK Feb 14 Wil am Travers Jerome who as dls riot attorney of New York twice rosecuted Harry K Thaw for the murder of Stanford White is dead He was 74 ysars old Ill two weeks with pneumonia ho famous prosecutor who held of ice from 1802 to 1610 died yester ay at his town house With him vere his son William Travers Jer me Jr and his daughterinlaw His widow is ill at the Jerome coun ry house at Yonkers Although well known to New Yorkers as an archfoe of Tam many hall and a constant crusader against crime and political corrup ion Jerome was best known in ther parts of the country for his irosecutlon of Thaw Following tho second trial of Thaw as a result of which he was ommltted to an asylum Jerome re icatedly blocked attempts of Thaw o regain his liberty For six years after he left office the state of New York hired him to defeat new maneuvers to free the millionaire Anally the attorney generals of ico decided to get along without Thaw was freed Jerome retired to private prac lce in 1910 and about 12 years ago irganized a company for produc lon of motion pictures In color which in 1929 was reported to have built him a fortune estimated at 20000000 LET BUTTER REAP Valentine IN DAYS NEWS ND TESTIMONY IN MURREL TRIAL ourt Grants Each Side in Attack Case Hour and 45 Minutes SAN ANTONIO Tex Feb 14 government and defense om pie ted testimony today in the ial of Lieut John H Murrel for ier West Point football star ac used of attacking Miss Blanche alls last fall The court granted each side an our and 45 minutes for arguments Indicating that the jury would be n deliberation about 5 p m WOMEN BATTLE ALONGSIDE MEN Continued From rage 1 encod a 43 year old shoemaker to ang The government summoning all vailable man power to its side oured reserve troops into the cap al In government ctrolesj a reorgan sation of thecabinet Was dlacuBS d andilt wasexpected that three members would be eliminated and epace by men of right radical ellefs They are Dr Karl Buresch minister of finance Richard Ichmltz minister of social welfare nd Dr Robert Herbert minister portfolio Outlaw 38 Societies The government outlawed 38 so ieties and associations of various escriptions on thu grounds that hey contained a socialist member hip Socialist headquarters at Florlds dorf in which retaining revolution aries had taken refuge was cap after fierce fighting After the triumph at suburban government forces turned upon Garden CPY another vorkers settlement Government sources said defenders there hat surrendered Routed Out of Station The socialists were routed out of the Vienna north railway station where they had entrenched them selves only after a fierce conflict Driving the revolutionaries before them troops pressed into the area of the Vienna municipal apart nents still held by their defenders Streetcar service after having been disrupted since Monday by the socialist general strike was resum ed in Vienna today The middle class la the one to mart to take patent medicine anv too poor to hire a nerve specialist State Journal How We Got That Way Wyatt Started IHVtKT ED THIS MODERN POCKET PIECE WHILE HUNTING AMD THE QUARRY 81T OFF THE OF MK Rlf Our homo owned and home operated mixing plant turns out completely and uniformly mixed concrete Order Hen kcls Ready Mixed Concrete for economy and satisfaction HENKELS READYMIXED CONCRETE PHONE 2020 ALLOW WINE SALES IN HOTELS Continued From I1 age 1 enator Frailey declared it to be 1m ortant that the commission mem ers be of high caliber as the law will stand or fall on tlie caliber f the commission Opposes Amendment Senator George Hopkins of Guth ie opposed the amendment iissert ng that there are applications for he commission posts by the bun reds and that some good hon st men would be willing to work or a much lower salary As the amendment to Incrsaso the ommlsslon personnel was cousder dSenator Frailey said he believed he task of getting the liquor clls cnslng system started to be too much for three mon when the mount of money and tho responsi 111 ty involved was considered He told the senate tnat In Ontario province of Canada business amounted to about a andsthe profit to about 00 Special Distributor stad of 32 per cent would be per mitted Could Issue Penults Boards of supervisors could issue classs and C permits to establish ments outside municipalities Sales of beer would be permitted on Sunday Beer could be sold refrigerated and in less than 12 bottle lots for consumption off the premises but he beverage must be In the original container Supervisors could issue class B permits to clubs Labels on beer bottles would be required to show the alcoholic con tent but a variance of 003 per cent would be permitted Exempt From Tax Iowa breweries selling their prod ucts outside the state would be ex empt from the state tax of a barrel Class B and C permittees would be required to purchase their pro ducts solely from class A whole salers or distributors permittees Bonds for class B permittees would be reduced from 52000 to 1000 Unwer no circumstances would breweries be permitted to furnish equipment to class B or C permit tees One class B permit could be issued railroads permitting sale in all cars on their lines State Fair Board The state fair board could issue a permit for sale of beer at the state fairgrounds Revenue derived from Issuance of permits by municipalities would be divided 75 per cent to the Issuing city and 25 per cent to the county The county would retain all of the fees from permits issued by the board of supervisors In suggesting an increase in the alcholic content of beer members oi the committee pointed out that of 18 leading brands prior to prohibi tion only two had a beer which reached an alcoholic content of 384 per cent while less than hall were 35 MORE YOUNG PEOPLE MARRYING YOUNGER SAYS SOCIOLOGIST AMES Feb 14 George H von Tungeln of the Iowa State College Sociology department says that young people are marrying earlier and that more young people are marrying And says the sociologist though one marriage in six breaks up di vorces are decreasing Between 1920 and 1930 Professor von Tungeln says there was an in crease of 23 per cent in the total number of families In the United States The family habitat once both shop and home now is a place where we eat sometimes sleep a little and hang our spare clothes the sociologist declares When children were of economic worth there were more of them Now a child is an economic liability He coats more than the home Itself President Roosevelt is now writ Ing another book If he is going to dedicate It to someone who is dead why not let It be the G O P ele Constitution 3 Each Day We serve 3 different Lunches each day 25c 30c 35c Which ever you order youll receive elegant tasting food and yout moneys worth One After Another Lots of Parties are being held after another in the Amber Room No charge for room Menu at regular price A Fine Bar Cold draught beer served A liandsome bar and its always clean as a whistle Jefferson Coffee Shop at the BUS depot An amendment as to the qualifl latlons of special distributors who might be named for towns wlthoul i state liquor store encountered ome opposition but It finally was approved by a 41 to 8 vote As adopted the amendment pro vides that the distributor shall avo been in business and a resident if the town for not less than five prior to appointment Dis rlbutors are to he paid an annual alary of not more than 5900 The senate also struck out the ottse provision for a fee for an ndividual liquor purchase permit xtcndlng to July 30 1934 and a Jl nnual fee thereafter Its amend ment provides a fee to June 30 934 and annually thereafter In addition to the 58 committee mendments nearly a score of other ropojied changes havejjeati filed by ndlvidyal member8XJndef agreed upon today all ttie coinmit ee amendments will be disposed f bafora these others are consid red Private Sole BUI An amendment by Senator Vtn ent Harrington of Sioux City to ubstltute his private sale bill for he state monopoly measure will irovide one of the major tests of he session Senator Frailey started the sen ate to work on the bill with a short explanation of the manner in which the bill had been prepared telling of the work done by the governors commission and pointing out that the recommendations of the com mission had been carried out in the bill All the major recommendations with the exception of local option remain in the measure as passed by he house he said The senate com mittee he said la agreed that the principles of the bill are funda mentally sound and most of Its amendments are corrective Recertifies Military Law Preparatory to taking up the liquor blU the senate yesterday disposed of another special order measure which has been awaiting consideration the military code bill Before passing the measure bj a vote of 32 to 11 the senate struck out provisions which would have ex tended the power of the governor in calling out troops and authorized military courts Aa approved the measure merely recertifies the state military code to conform with the national defense act its sponsors said Holding Its first meeting yester day afternoon the conference com mittee on the Interim committee tax bill agreed on several correc tive amendments but did nof reach a decision on any of tho major differences between the two branches The senate insurance committee also gave further attention to the house resolution for an Investiga tion of the state insurance depart ment and Senator I H Knudson chairman said that State Insurance Commissioner E W Clark and At torney H M Havner would be in vited to appear before the commit tee at a future meeting OUTRIGHT SUBSIDY FAVORED BY F R From Page 1 the questionof whether canals or the llJte were needed and finally on the social question of whether land should be eliminated or more land put Into cultivation Of course the whole authority for enacting the program would be turned over to congress for final ac tion but it la believed at the white bouse a guide such as this should be given congress Pay for Themselves Involved is the Idea of making water highways pay for themselves through some kind of tax At pres ent the gevornment spends between and a year for maintenance of water routes ByJcentraUzatl6h of Industry the president haa In mind of Wage work for f Arm ing areas where subsistence cannot be gained from outright farming By this program Mr Roosevelt would convert the of public works and rivers and harbors legis lation into an orderly process for years ahead Towun Kills Himself NEOLA Feb 14 J Casson 31 killed himself with a shotgun in the barn on his farm Relatives said he had been despon dent since a paralytic stroke Take Advantage of This Amazing Combination Offer On THE FAMOUS EASY WASHER AND SET OF 2 TUBS Both For YOUR OLD WASHER ACCENTED IN TRADE BUY DURING THIS SALE YOU SAVE PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC HOUSE BEER BILL DBS MOINE3 Feb 14 new beer bill drafted yesterday by the house liquor control committee and providing for sale of 4 per cent beer by weight was filed with the steering committee of the house to day by the liquor control committee The steering committee may at is discretion place the bill on the cal endar and bring it out on the floor of the house The steering commit tee is believed to be favorable to this action Tha now bill retains many fea tures of tho present beer Jaw bul makes the following major changes The sale of beer of an alcholic content of 4 per cent by weight In That is why people who know good coffee flavor always insist upon it They buy coffee at A P FOOD STORES MUD AND MELLOW RICH AND fULLBODIED VIGOROUS AND WINEY lb 2 Us 19c 39c CIFftRINT IN KAVOR EQUAL IN QUALITY THI HNIJT THAT MQNIY CAN   

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