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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 25, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home E R MEM a OF lOtVA MO IN f I i THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED W1EB SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MAY 25 1934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OK TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 196 Borah Hits New Heights Tariff Bill Speech One of Highlights of Session By HERBERT PLUMMER WASHINGTON May 25 Regardless of whether one agrees with Edrah on the constitutional phases of the proposed tariff legisla tion the speech in which he gave utterance to his views will be set down as one of the highlights of the present con gress Borah the ora tor of the senate the man who packs the galler ies and fills the usually vacant seats of senators on the floor when it is known ahead speak attained occasion seldom WILLIAM EBORAH of time he is to heights on this reached even by him Veteran gallery observers say it has been at least five years since the lone lion of Idaho has at tempted an oratorical feat compara ble to this one Curiously enough his address came with sudden unexpectedness Everyone knew that sooner or lat er in the tariff debate a speech could be expected from him but they didnt look for it on the first day the bill was before the senate Sharpshooters Absent As a matter of fact McNary of Oregon republican leader of the senate was taken by surprise A few minutes before he had been try ing to get the democratic leaders to agree to lay the bill aside tempor arily and take up other business His three of Pennsylvania Hastings of Delaware and Hatfield of West Virginia were absent from the capital that day and none of the other republi cans to speak Robinson ofArkansas and Harri son of Mississippi the democrats in charge of the bill were reluctant to McNaryslrequestfir their eagerness to get through with de bate While the three were wran gling Borah arose from his desk in the rear of the chamber and said Mr President there is one jhre of this question I am willing to discuss now McNary visibly relieved glanced around at the empty seats on the floor and said he would ask that a quorum be called I do not yield for that purpose Borah replied and began to speak Awaited Opportunity What impressed those who heard him was that Borah was delivering himself of thoughts long burning within him The tariff bill gave him the opportunity he long has awaited opportunity to come to the de fense of the ideas and ideals to which he believes the American peo ple should cling His excoriation of these enemies of free government and his hope that someone in a place of power will rise to challenge these apos tles of terror and fanaticism may not have changed the minds of sen ators as to how they would vote on the bill His speech however seems1 certain to overshadow any other event during the senates consider ation of the measure TOLEDO STRIKERS RESUME RIOT Bank Guard Kills Robber Wounds One Japanese Willing to Carry on Talks With Great Britain U S TOKIO May 25 Japa nese government was understood today to have accepted a British invitation to carry on diplomatic talks with the United States and Great Britain separately prelimin ary to the 1935 naval conference High foreign office authorities said Ambassador Matsudaira who rep resents Japan in London was invit ed by Sir John Simon British for eign secretary to ask his govern ment whether it would enter into frank preliminary talks on the sub1 ject of disarmament AVENGES DEATH OF SON KILLED BY BANDIT GANG Two Policemen Killed as j They Watch Road for j Dillinger Gang BULLETIN CHICAGO May 25 jamin Toccio 19 died in n hos pital at Harvey this afternoon second victim among the three bandits shot down by a bank guard at South Holland today SOUTH HOLLAND HI May 25 bank bandit was killed two were wounded and a holdup raid broken up today when five gunmen walked into the guns range of a bank guard burning to avenge his sons death at the hands of the same gang Two escaped taking with them one of the wounded They dumped him on the sidewalk before a Chi cago hospital three hours later The wounded youth found in front of the Jefferson Party hospital gave his name as Isadore Pincus aged 20 He was weak from loss of blood and attendants said he mightdie Pours Withering Fire An expert marksman Jacob de Young 53 poured a withering fire from a big game rifle into the raid ing squad of five when it descended upon the South HollandTrust and savings bank this morning That endedtheraidi and when it was over de Young said Im sorry I didnt kill them all Theyre the same men who killed j my son The baud of five holdup men masked with handkerchiefs walked into a trap The bank was robbed on Feb 10 when the bandits found Peter de Young 30 who was taking his fathers place as guard and killed him outright Since then the town of 1800 a crossroads hamlet south of Chicago had been on the OHIO TROOPS THROW TEAR GAS AT RIOT MOB FIND BEDDOW IN LOFTOFBARNAT FATHERS FARM Escaped Forger Woman Companion Prodded Out of Hay SIOUX CITY May 25 Frank R Beddow convicted forger of government liberty bonds who escaped from the Woodbury county jail Wednesday night was captured by deputy sheriffs and state agents early today on his fathers farm near Colesourg The fugitive and a woman com panion Mrs Irene Wold Olson were found hiding in the hayloft of a barn Their presence was discov ered only after officers had poked around in the hay with pitchforks 12 Year Old Boy Injured by Gas Bomb Crowd Attacks Plant and Ohio Troops With Bricks BELIEVE END OF STRIKE REACHED TOLEDO May 25 guard troops opened fire with pis1 tolg at 3 p m today as they pur sued a mob of rioters between j houses and down alleys in Elm streets near Micigan street j A 12 year old boy received a bad I Peace plans vesting in a board of head injury this afternoon when he i arbitration blanket power to ad Peace Plans Give Board Power to Adjust All Differences MINNEAPOLIS May and finally succeeded their quarry in locating Ohio national guardsmen are shown as they laid down a barrage of tear pis near the plant of the Elec tric AutoLite company which was the scene of rioting rifle tire and other violence as troops fought with strikers and sympathizers Associated Press photo A tine of one of the pitchforks j struck Beddow over the left eye and he emerged from the hay with blood streaming over his face Denies Bribing Guard I suppose all you guys think I paid off Bill Keane to get out of Tackle Job of Adjusting Figures on Corn Hogs alert Wanted by Police Police Chief L H Lagestee saw the carload of bandits cruising past the bank just before 9 oclock He notified De Young and Cashier Milton H Waterman He also noti fied vigilantes They took up sta tions outside the bank armed with hunting rifles shotguns and pistols The bandits stopped just after the bank opened Three entered their leader armed with a sawed off shotgun He shoved it at Waterman and Charles B Waterman the president Both dropped to the floor Got Guns Ready 1 got my guns ready said De Young telling about it a few minutes later when the bandits had fled leaving one dead and one wounded I waited a second to see which I should kill first Taking a careful bead De Young dropped the bandit leader A second bandit was climbing a bank parti tion leading to the vaults De Young picked him off The bandits revolver fired wild The third ban dit fled Vigilantes Open Fire The vigilantes one armed with a 351 big game rifle opened fire at the fugitive at a mate guarding the door with a machine gun and at the fifth waiting iu their car One Tnrn to Page 2 Column 3 Weal FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Friday night and Saturday not so cool Friday night warmer Satur day MINNESOTA Fair not so cool Friday night Saturday fair in socth partly cloudy n north warmer LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday 70 Minimum in Night tb At 8 A M Friday 59 USES GAS GUN AT FARM SALE Sheriff at Blue Earth Keeps Crowd of 100 Protesting Farmers Back BLUE EAPTH Minn May 25 W H Keigley using a tear gas gun to cow a crowd of pro testing farmers today successfully carried through a mortgage fore closure sale here Several men from a crowd of 100 grappled with Sheriff Keigley pul ling him down the front steps of the Faribault county courthouse The sheriff got one arm free pulled a tear gas gun and the assailants Jell back Sheriff Keigley did not lire tha gun Returning to the top of the steps the sheriff warning the men to back then directed the foreclosing of two mortgages one for and the other for i on the Xanu of Henry Guckeen IOWCL Protest Smoothly Toward Settlement By PORTER M HEDGE DBS MOINES May 25 of the first major differences be tween Iowa farmers and the AAA the adjustment of quotas in 24000 overstated cornhog contracts ap peared today to be riding smoothly toward satisfactory settlement County allotment chairmen last night carried the news back to their counties that they would continue their cooperation in the program and tackle immediately the problem of adjusting production figures on the 24000 contracts From all appearances the coop eration pledge of the county chair man indicated at least a temporary victory for the AAA The county chairmen had attempted an all day meeting here called by a committee of three which said it was appointed unofficially to watch over the inter ests of farmers in the adjustment program Three Are on Committee The committee is composed of three county allotment chairmen Raymond Sayre of Warren county R C McElhinney of Tama county and L W Beverley of Dickinson county Difficulties between the adminis tration and farmers over the corn hog quotas began when the state board of review composed of Leslie M Carl chairman R M Evans chairman of the state cornhog ex tension committee and J L Boat man soils specialist in the Iowa ex tension service announced release of county cornhog quotas to county ommittees but prouobited their publication upon instructions from Washington The of the 193233 corn and hogproduction of contract signers upon which bene fit payments are con siderably below what farmers ex pected They were said in Washing ton by Dr A G Black cornhog chief to be 15 per cent below the figures farmers wrote into their contracts Surprise Is In Store It was learned here unofficially but from a reliable source that the quotas set by the state board of re view are still lower and that a sur prise is in store for farmers who have not received their quota fig ures Unofficial reports also showed the heaviest overstatement of produc tion figures came from the farm strike area in the northwest part of the state Authoritative sources reported that feeder pigs have leaked across the state line from South Dakota and on paper have gone into Iowa cornhog contracts 1932 Figures Most Serious The most serious overstatement was in 1932 pig numbers according to unofficial sources In many cases the pigs cannot be accounted for by documentary evidence and each pig Turn to FaEe 2 Column 1 HQRSENAPERSStlRf RANSOM RACKET IN HILLS OF KENTUCKY LOUISA Ky May 25 ransom racket has invaded the Ken tucky mountains A registered stallion owned by Dr R C Moore veterinarian and former Lawrence county judge was taken from his stall in the dead of The horsenapers tacked a ransom note on the barn door It demanded but a postscript added This horse aint worth what we furst thot bring Dr Moore who values the 4 year old Percheron at no matter what the horsenapers think he is worth was instructed to come to Town Hill tonight at 12 Start DRIVER FREED OF BLAME IN DEATH Coroners juryInvestigates Mishap in Which Woman Was Killed CHARLES CITY May 25 A coroners jury Friday afternoon ex onerated R B McWilliams of Wa terloo of blame in connection with the death Thursday night of Mrs John F Ullrich 48 who was killed while walking across the road near her farm when struck by the car he was driving The coroners jury composed of Frank McNally Ernest Sheldon and Wendell Patten examined four wit nesses the husband of the victim her son the driver of the car and P W Stable who was an occupant of the car The accident occured near the Ull rich house Mr Ullrich was driving some cattle which had got into a walkin from Bill Fisher house to neighbors land was on the op gate Go in cemetery when you hear whistle like Bob White drop money on road and keep walkin Dr Moore turned the vote over to authorities and announced he would not meet the ransom ae mand THEATER BURNED AT CEDAR RAPIDS Fire Does Damage to Majestic Building and Fixtures CEDAR RAPIDSMay 25 The Majestic theater one of Cedar Rapids oldest and largest play houses was gutted by fire of unde termined origin early this morning causing an estimated damage of to building and fixtures In a desperate five hour battle firemen prevented spread of the flames to adjoining buildings al though the fire had gained much headway when it was discovered at a m The theater which is located at the edge of the loop district had been closed for the season Saturday night For many years it was a vaudeville and road showhouse but in recent years had been operated periodically as a motion picture theater L F Carman had been manager of the theater the last year Fire Chief E P Kohout and As sistant Chiefs George Stefan and Ben Benish who were attending the firemens short course at Ames drove the 119 miles to Cedar Rap ids in 110 minutes after receiving word of the fire The upper portion of the building collapsed including the projection booth The theater pipe organ is a twisted mass of pipes and practically all of the fixtures except seats on I state examination for ail branches posite side of the road and Mrs Ull rich offered to help him It was while Mrs Ullrich was go ing across the road that she was struck She died instantly Coroner Charles Snyder of Charles City was called and investigated Mrs Ullrich was born in Austria and came to America when she was 2 years of age She settled in Peoria She was married at Baird and later lived in New lamp ton For the past 10 years she had lived at her home two miles north of Nashua Surviving are her husband and children Northwood Mail Hurt WEST UNION May D Warner of Northwooa and Mr and Mrs C P Batz of Sun Prairie Wis were in the the West Union hospital today as a result of a headon col lision last night five miles east of West Union on highway No 18 Sheriff H L Nehring is investigat ing the crash but said no charges had been filed yet Mrs Batz suffered a broken arm and Mr Batz who is a beer dealer received gashes on the head and arm Mr Warner suffered bruises on his body Both cars were badly dam aged jail but said The deputes youre wrong Beddow found a large amount of money in the hayloft County officers taking part in the arrest were Chief Deputy Sheriff Leo Naughton William Gill Glen Hauser and Pat Fitzpatrick The state agents were Paul Gruber and C W McNaughton The raid on the Beddow farm was basedoninfor received from Aaron Hall who told the deputy sheriffs that he drove Beddow to his fathers home While officers were on their way back to Sioux City with Beddow and liis woman companion federal au thorities here were preparing for a grand jury investigation of the escape Admits Driving Car Hall a friend of Beddow whose confession that he drove the fugitive to his fathers farm led to the cap ture was being questioned by fed eral agents preliminary to being taken before the inquisitorial body Night Jailer William Keane whose suspension was ordered by Sheriff William R Tioe immedia tely following the escape is not in custody but he has been sub poenaed to appear before the grand jury It was expected that Beddow and Mrs Olson would also be taten before the grand jury when they ar rive was struck by a gas projectile fired j by national guardsmen in dispersing rioters who had stoned them near the Electric AutoLite riot sector The wounding of the boy became known when a police ambulance was called to a home in Michigan street near the patrolled area Guardsmen arrested five men after the skirmish A gas bomb which a rioter tried to pick up and hurl back at the soldiers exploded but the man escaped injury Man Stripped by Rioters also pulled a man front a taxicab at Elm and Ontario streets two blocks from the Electric Auto Lite trooppatrolled zone late today stripped off liis clothing and then pursued him us lie ran down the street Police dispatched to the scene appealed for help The nude man who had been beaten badly on the face and head ran more than eight blocks to the downtown district the howling mob in pursuit and finally was res cued by police near the interurban station as startled shoppers stood aghast The man was taken to the police headquarters The mob ac cused him of being a scab Bring More Bricks A crowd of 1500 strikers and sympathizers bringing mqre bricks andassortedmissiles had gathered at the plant at noon today and re of the already just all differences between em ployers and employes were agreed upon by representatives of Doth factions early today after Gov Floyd B Olson had worked all night with conferees in an effort to terminate the riotous truck drivers strike The governor predicted trucks would be moving sometime this af ternoon after conferences during an indefinite truce declared last night following one death and in juriei to scores in riots marking the 11 day strike Tivlse Boards Rulings Under terms of the agreement it was understood both sides must abide by the arbitration boards rul igs In the regional labor boards Pond Sabelli Start on Another Leg of Their Rome Flight CARDIFF Wales May 25 Capt George Pond and Lieut Ce1 sare Sabelli took off tor Heston aerdrome near London today on another leg of their projected flight to Rome The engineering staff at Cardiff airfield worked through the night making temporary repays to the plane the Leonardo Da Vinci in which Pond and Sabelli were forc ed down twice yesterday At Heston the engine will be patched up so that the Rome flight can be made tomorrow At Rome the plane will be com pletely overhauled opened the bombardment buildingand troops which had cost the lives of two men The crowd gathered at street in tersections still strewn with the wreckage and debris of three days of rioting Guardsmen laying a I field telephone communication sys tem at first made no attempt to break up the crowd as paving bricks and chunks of concrete came hurling up toward the factory build ing Attack Less Spirited The attack was aimless and less spirited than the lighting yester day which led to handtohand slugging and bullets The militia men had bayonets fixed but did not use them City police today were on watch at train bus and interurban sta tions after they said they heard a report that a group of 200 commun ists was enroute here from Chicago and Detroit to join rioters Hard pressed tne soldiers fired into the jeering taunting rioters yesterday Hubay 27 and Steve Cyigon 20 and wounding several Return to Battle Stopped for a time the rioters strengthened their forces and re1 Turn to Pnpc 2 Column 21 STUCK IN ELEVATOR MINNEAPOLIS May 25 Ti lt was 4 oclock iu the morning and Gov Floyd B Olson with peace plans for ending a truck drivers strike in his pocket was a prisoner in an elevator Aboard the lift stuck between the second and third floors of a downtown office building were the governor his stenographer i and 14 members of a strikers committee They were stillthere 40 minutes later as flurried calls j were sent out for electricians r the fire department and finally the building engineer who reI leased them j original decision approved by the employers but rejected by the em ployes it was not mandatory to accept the arbitration Informants said conferees agreed to file a written stipulation with the regional labor board allowing it to issue an order compelling submit tal of differences between drivers and employers to a board of arbi tration consisting of seven mem bers Will Sign Pact Representatives of both sides sured Governor Olson their advis ory committees would sign the pact and recommended its ratification by their entire memberships Conflicting interpretations were placed on the socalled compromise plan Union leaders were represent ed as claiming it meant recognition John Gilbert Gets His Fourth Divorce LOS ANGELES May 25 John Gilbert screen lover was di vorced today for the fourth time Virginia Bruce formerly of the fol lies got the decree He is 36 and sbe 23 Civil Engineering Exam to Be in June DBS MOINES May 25 the main floor are believed to be damaged beyond repair The stage was only slightly damaged the fire having started in the balcony end i of the building of civil engineering will be held here June 7 S and 9 at the state house J S Druids of Ames chair man of the state board of engineer ing examiners said today Three Young Women With Dillinger Gang in Wisconsin Freed MADISON Wis May 25 The three young women held here incommunicado since John Dillin ger escaped the little Bohemia re sort trap in northern Wisconsin a month ago went free solved by the federal court of any unlawful connection with the no torious Indiana desperado and his henchmen One Man Shot and 30 Others Arrested in New Orleans Riots NEW ORLEANS May 25 One man was shot and 30 others ar rested as police repulsed an attempt by striking longshoremen to pre vent the loading of two ships at the end of Washington avenue late yes terday BIDS FOR MAIL CONTRACTS LOW Supremacy of Big Airlines Receives Challenge by Independents WASHINGTON May 25 Low bids for airmail contracts by independent operators challenged the supremacy of major airlines to day as Postmaster General Farley and his aides opened 61 bids for 13 airmail routes covering 8229 miles American Airlines Inc reputedly controlled by E L Cord bid how ever as low as 8 cents an airplane mile for the contract on one route A tabulation of the bids includes Chicago to Fort Worth via Peoria Springfield 111 St Louis and Springfield Missouri Tulsa and Oklahoma City TWA Inc 31 Boy Is Drowned in River at Cherokee CHEROKEE May 25 iel Wentworth 13 son of Mrs Grace Wentworth was drowned here in the Little Sioux river while seining minnows The body has not been recovered cents Bowen Airlines Inc 19 American Airlines Inc 8 United Airlines Inc 31H Braniff Airways Inc cents cents cents cents St Paul to Kansas City United Airlines 31U cents Hanford Tri State Airlines Inc 189 cents Noel Bullock 24 cents Freeman Aircraft Sales Inc 235 cents A bid was received from Howard Burleson to provide service from Sioux Falls S Dak to Bismarcki Mandan N Dak Officials said that this bid apparently was not in con formity to the specifications but i they would take it under considera ition Fish and Seafoods Our Washington Information bu reau offers an illustrated 24 page booklet for the 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