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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 25, 1934, Mason City, Iowa E R ART OF North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIKE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 25 1934 THIS TAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 222 House Will Not Forgive Senate Spoiled Its Big Adjournment Program 2 CITIES SEEK AHEPA CONCLAVE By HERBERT FLUMMER ASHINGTON June 25 The house of rep resentatives nev er will quite for give the senate for refusing to adjourn the sev entythird c o D gress on Satur day night June 16 The 435 had operated legisla tively speaking since the begin ning of the regu lar session un der what has been described by more than one of them as the gag rule which limits debate on certain bills to a minimum and when ap plied rigidly leaves proposed legis lation immune to change Confident that adjournment sine die on June 16 was a matter of mo ments one of the most ambitious programs of self expression in the memory of veteran house observers had been formulated In fact re hearsals of the full cast were in swing at the moment Robinson of Arkansas democratic leader of the senate dramatically announced the show was off A Lot of Songs Dress rehearsals for the following performances in the house were peremptorily canceled Stars and Stripes Forever by the XT S Marine band Opening remarks by the speaker To the Congress of the U S A words by Sirovich of New York sung by Connery of Massachusetts former vaudeville Dixie by the southern delegation follow ed by My Old Kentucky Home f entire membership in the house joining in the Lewis of Maryland leads his states delegation in singing Mary land My Maryland Parsons and follow with e rendition of Cullen of New York and OCon nor also of New York contribute a duet East Side West Side Har lan of Ohio folows quickly with a solo Beautiful Ohio then Ran dolph of West Virginia sings West Virginia West Virginia and De laney of New York ends with My Father Was a Grand Old Man Anyway It Was Billed Bankhead of Alabama chairman of the rules committee and the man responsible for most of the so callec gag rules enacted in the congress is permitted to speak for two min utes Then the s o n g f e s t is begun Gdeenwobd democratic whip and the Indiana delegation sing On the Banks of the Wabash followed b Lea and Kramer of California duet ing California Here I Come The marine band has the last say with God Be With Us Till W Me2t Again The sum total of the program distributed far in advance and en titled Program of Adjournment in the listed exactly different attractions A perfect bill as some suggested for a Saturday night show WeekEnd Mishaps Take 6 Lives in Iowa 2 FROM DUMONT ARE KILLED AS TRAIN HITS CAR Woman at Lime Springs and Emmetsburg Boy Succumb Six lowans Including four from lorth Iowa were killed in acci ents over the weekend Several were also injured in the state in luding a Mason City boy at GoldFalls ield The dead George Pfaltzgraff 79 Dumont Mrs George Pfaltzgraff 65 Du mont Mllo Holmquist 18 Enimetsbnrg Mrs Burdettc Steers 56 Lime Springs L M Guenther 38 Dubuque Edward Cassoon 20 Mitchell Xebr killed near Macedonia Mr and Mrs Pfaltzgraff pioneer Dumont residents were fatally in ured when the car in which they were riding was struck by an Illi nois Central eastbound through freight at Austinville 10 miles south of Dumont at 10 oclock Sunday morning Their son Howard who was driving and grandson Darwin who were also in the car were se verely bruised but are not in a criti cal condition The Pfaltzgraffs were on their way to Waterloo to spend the day with their son EriosrAtapointjust east of the railroad station in Du mont on coming on to the highway from a bend and where a driver should look about five directions the accident occurred Howard looked in all directions but the one from which the train was coming Auto Is Demolished The train struck the rear of the Pfaltzgraff auto demolishing it Mrs Pfaltzgraff who suffered frac tures of both legs and severe other injuries died about three hours later Mr Pfaltzgraff who suffered a fractured skull and other internal injuries died about 6 oclock in the evening A passenger train which was headed for Apliugton was routed to Austinville and took the two in jured victims to the Iowa Falls hos pital where they died Howard who is 39 and Darwin were also taken to the hospital but it was expected Letup Seen in Hot Wave on Tuesday Mason City Has 101 and 94 Readings on WeekEnd High temperatures prevailed again Monday in Iowa but local thundershowers and cooler weac t were forecast for Monday night and Tuesday The mercury reached a high of 99 at Fort Dodge Sunday which was four degrees below the Saturday high of 103 at Des Moines and Iowa ills The mercury reached lOOVi de grees Monday afternoon after a maximum of 101 Saturday and 94 Sunday Corn near Garner showed the ef fects of the intense heat of Saturday as leaves curled The thermometer registered 104 One man was over come by heat Saturday morninr while at work on the pavin west of Garner Lightning and Hail The lowest reading reported the Des Moines weather bureau Sat urday night was 58 at Inwood while the lowest Sunday night was 68 at Carroll The heat brought with it showers accompanied by lightning and hail Davenport had 080 inches of rain Des Moines 071 Dubuque 076 Marshalltown 030 Cedar Rapids 033 Burlington 007 and Iowa City DOUGHBOY ACCEPTED AS BUDDY just to 005 North of Newton a hail storm they would be dismissed soon Mr and Mrs Pfaltzgraff for Johnson to Give Speech WATERLOO Jan 25 gressman A C Wilford announced NRA Administrator Hugh S John son 4s to speak here July 11 on a tour of the midwest whom a double funeral will be held were retired farmers but in recent years had gone to the farm of their son Howard keeping house for him since the death of his wife Sister at Mason City Brothers and sisters who survive Mr Pfaltzgraff include Mrs Lena Schmidt of Mason City Fred and Jake of Dumont Mrs W W Ahrens of Cedar Falls and Phillip of Avon Dak The father of the Rev Phil lip Pfaltzgraff former pastor of Turn io Infte 2 Column 1 swept across a small part of Jasper county A team of horses owned by Arthur Deutscn livingnorthwest of Newton was killed by lightnihgr Early Sunday a smokestack at Penn college Oskaloosa was struck by lightning Damage is estimated at 53000 6 Killed by Storm CHICAGO June 25 of debris marked today the course of series of devastating weekend wind and electrical storms that struck southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois leaving at least six dead The property damage was estimated at a half million dollars All of the dead with one excep tion were drowned when gales churled up the waters of northern Illinois lakes The five drowning victims were Mrs William R Behanna 30 wife of the Waukegan HI corporation counsel Wilfred E Hall 37 a Wau kegan attorney Allen F Thomas 23 and Joseph Kuhns 22 both of Chicago and an unidentified Chi cagoan who perished in Pistakee Bay near McHenry 111 The sixth fatality was that of Ver land Arye 19 crushed when a barn was blown down near Marshfield Wis FORECAST IOWA Local thundershowers and not so warm Monday after noon or night Partly cloudy and cooler Tuesday MINNESOTA Showers cool er in south portion Monday night partly cloudy Tuesday with cooler in southeast some what warmer in northwest por tion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Maximum Sunday 94 Minimum In Night 72 At 8 A M Monday 80 Trace Rain Figures for like period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday 101 Minimum in Night 61 Although an out of town news paper credited Mason City with a maximum of 105 degrees Saturday the official thermometers at the beet sugar plant north of the city and the GlobeGazettes own gov ernment type thermometers showed only 101 degrees Sunday with a 94 maximum seemed cool by compar ison Junes warmest day so far was June 2 with a reading of 102 which was 3 degrees lower than the final day of May with its 105 Mondays reading was 100 3 degrees FARM MOTHER SLAYS 2 SONS Wounds Her 2 Other Chil dren and Attempts to Take Own Life DAWSON N Dak June 25 UP farm mother who did it for the childrens good shot and killed her two sons critically wounded her two other children then at tempted to slay herself today Mrs John Canfield living half mile north of here told authorities she feared Jack one of her sons would become insane and the rest might be the same I thought the rest might be the same and decided to end it all she said I did it for the childrens own good Mrs Canfield shot and killed Don ald 11 and George 9 while they still were in bed She severely wounded her daughter Margaret 12 and another son Jack 14 Mrs Canfields sisterinlaw re turned to the house from the barn just as the woman was attempting to hang herself after having shot the children She was taken to the Kidder county jail where authorities ex pressed belief she was mentally un balanced Mr Canfield was away on a horse selling trip at the time Negro Who Slapped White Mans Face Pays With His Life MANCHESTER Tenn June 25 Negro who slapped a white man at a Negro dance has paid with his life and today eight white farm ers were in jail charged with killing Care and safe keeping of the gplrlt of the American Doughboy the bronze memorial donated to the county by the local chapter of AHEPA during the convention of the order was accepted by the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars at the dedicatory ceremony Sunday Kayenay Photo and Bunce Declares him Stripped of his clothing shot four times and beaten with a weapon believed to have been an ax the Negro Dick Wilkerson 35 was found dead in an oat field yesterday by two farmers who lived near the scene of the crime 14 miles south east of here A few hours later upon informa tion furnished them by a 14 year old boy Coffee county officers ar rested eight young farmers and charged them with murder Among the eight said Sheriff C D Huff man was the stepfather of the boy Three other men were brothers Thor Solberg Plans on Flight to Norway CHICAGO June 25 to New York to attempt a trans Atlantic flight to Norway Thor Solberg 39 Brooklyn picture frame manufacturer who turned aviator stopped over in Chicago today He said his flight would start within a short time in his Amphibian plane the Lief Ericson Urges Safety Fourth DES MOINES June 25 ty Fourth instead of safe and sane Fourth was advocated by Dr Walter L Bierring state health commissioner in his weekly health i bulletin mm Made Comeback Regained All Ground Lost He Tells 500 Bankers at Convention DES MOINES June 25 Iowa State Bankers association opened its three day session here this afternoon with more than 500 members in attendance At the opening session Ralph Bunce deputy state superintendent of banking tod the members that Iowa banks in the last 15 months have regained all the ground lost during the last few years of eco nomic upheaval He said they have progressed to the point where the reorganization period is a matter of history Plan for Borrowers J H Peterman Clarinda banker gave the convention a plan for training borrowers to pay their ob ligations when due instead of ob taining an extension or renewal How far have we come Bunce questioned in his address To a point where the reorgani zation period is history and where ve can take justifiable pride in the record of our bankers directors and stockholders Bunce replied to ais own question ReEstablish Capital Our stockholders have contribut ed several millions of dollars in the form of assessments and voluntary contributions to reestablish the capital structure of our banks the deputy superintendent said Several additional millions of dollars and accumulated surpluses and reserves have been used to eli minate doubtful assets Several mil lions of dollars in new capital have been added to the capital structure of our banks through the sale of additional common stock and prefer red stock to local parties and to the Reconstruction Finance corporation All of this has entailed much sacrifice on the part of individuals but it has been done cleanly and voluntarily Hud Goood Assets We have come far enough to demnstrate that we had good as sets in our banks two years ago Bunce told the banking association We have come far enough to know that we do not need emergency leg islation to enable us to open ou doors each morning Far enough to frankly admit the mistakes which we have made in the past and to ap ply the lessons which they havi taught us Far enough to recognize some o the things which yet remain to done Far enough to realize that we now have adequate banking facili ties to provide for the needs o the people of Iowa Have Regained Ground Having come thus far Bune appealed will you not agree witl1 me that during the past 15 months we have virtually regained th to rage 2 Columu 8J 11 JURORS ENJOYING OPERA BALL GAMES UJJMlTjEXPENSE ST LOUIS June 25 lembers of a circuit court jury are njoying their job In the last five days they have ccupied boxes at the opera taken wo sight seeing trips watched big eague baseball games played a ttle baseball themselves and con umed a keg of at the ourts expense The case in which they are serv jg was recessed by the death of a elative of one member of the jury nd the court ordered the other 11 o remain together charting the so ial course for them SEEN RECENTLY hotos Positively Identified by Employe of Boston Cleaning Shop BOSTON Jnme 25 dentification of photographs of Miss Agnes Tufverson missing at orney whose disappearance has cre ated an international sensation as hose of a woman who had gar ments cleansed in a Boston shop this month was made today by an employe of the shop Mrs Ruth Hall who previously had expressed the opinion that a customer of the cleansing establish ment strongly resembled published ictures today was shown photo F R Hurries to Get Work Done to Start Cruise Confers With Farley Upon Selections for New Commissions HYDE PARK June 25 ident Roosevelt conferred here to day with Postmaster General Farley as he arranged to select the new stock exchange and communications commissions and fill other govern ment vacancies before departing on Saturday for Hawaii Postmaster General Farley who is also national and state demo cratic chairman reached the home here of President Roosevelt in time for lunch He found Mr Roosevelt engrossed in a stack of govern ment business including legislation just passed by congress The pres ident has set aside the week for clearing up all pending affairs The Farley visit offered oppor tunity also for discussion of na tional and state political affairs Governor Lehman was at Mr Roose velts dinner table yesterday with Edward J Flynn Bronx leader Bundle of Names Before going to the conference room Farley said he assumed the call would deal principally with the Secretary of Order Speaks at Ceremony latsonis Pays Tribute to Democracy of America Every great gathering of this j irder betokens some event of unij rersal significance said Achilles Catsonis of Washington D C su jreme secretary of the Order of Ahepa in his address at the un veiling of the statue of The Spirit of the American Doughboy at the courthouse lawn Sunday afternoon We have gathered here in solemn assembly in order to commemorate ouch an event to pay tribute to the nemory of an American soldier vhose valor and whose heroism have jeen written in letters indelible upon the pages of history What does a gathering of this nature mean Not Forgotten Defender It means that this great democ racy of ours in spite of its short comings its uncertainties and pe riods of confusion has not forgotten the defender of our homes who has preserved our integrity as a nation ind made possible the enjoyment of the safety and security of rights uaranteed us in the constitution as well as those declared in other his toric documents upon which the philosophical structure of our gov ernment is founded No other nation in the world according to Senator David I Walsh of Massachusetts has recognized the dignity the importance and the contribution the sacrifice and the valor of the private soldier as the United States of America This gathering means further that the American doughboy whom we are commemorating here who ever he was whether tracing his lineagefrom Mayflower ancestry or coming lately to share in the bless ings God has heaped upon this na ion whether he sprung of the soil or journeyed hither from distant shores whether he inherited his right to citizenship by virtue of his birth upon American soil or won it by choice after making America his home or whether when the call came he left our shores technically an alien and preferred to write with his own blood his certificate of nat uralization upon the battlefield of honor is none the less the American doughboy and whatever differences his might have been in creed or ra cial origin in professional social or economic rank while living have all been resolved by the grave into one common purpose and understanding that all fought and died in the fight of democracy against despot ism and of right against might and with one voice coming from the grave they plead for the upholding new federal officers about to chosen He carried a bundle graphs of Miss Tufverson supplied morning be of names of those seeking preference Farley will return to Washing ton tonight with President Roose velt on his special train which ar rives in the capital early in the by the bureau of missing persons of the New York police department She promptly identified the pic tures positively as those of the wo man who had visited the establish ment on May 15 and again between June 1 and 10 Dress Was Same Furthermore she said a dress in which Miss Tufverson was photo graphed appeared to be the one that was brought to the Boston plant for cleansing Inasmuch as the estab lishment specializes in a three hour cleansing service no record was kept of addresses The only reference to an address made by the customer that Mrs Hall could recall was her saying something about Dorchester one of the districts of Boston Mrs Hall the same facial contours and the same piercing eyes as those of the woman she saw The disappearance of Miss Tuf verson became a matter of interest Torn to Pncc 2 Column HI Engineer Killed 59 Passengers Injured HOUILLES France June 25 engineer was killed and 5 passengers were injured nine of Mr Roosevelt allocated the first of the drought relief funds last night in an executive order which specified S56250000 for direct aid to the states in the stricken area Aid for Drought Area The remainder of the first dis tribution of federal relief for the drought area included 543750000 for purchase of seed food and live stock for seed and feed loans 512500000 for purchase of lands in the drought region and 512500000 for establishment of ci vilian conservation camps in the stricken region It is the hope of the president that he will have his desk cleared Friday night In that event he will board the cruiser Houston at An napolis Md on Saturday and be gin his tour of the American pos sessions including Puerto Rico the Virgin islands the Panama canal zone and Hawaii Stops also will be made in Columbia South America and in the republic of Panama and triumph of those principles for which they died Never Lack Defenders America devoted mother that she is impartial to all her children who have answered their final call to the roll of honor weeps tenderly over them all and in her sorrow loudly proclaims to the world that Old Glory will never lack defenders of the principles for which these boys fought and bled From the spirit of these dead will come in creased devotion to righteousness and freedom and a renewed deter mination to defend and repell all at tacks foreign to the principles for which the American doughboy ought and died It means that these brave com rades of the American soldier whom Turn lo rage 2 Column 0 HERiflLLER ELUDES POSSE Slips Through Forest Paths Leaving 2 Dead Men and Wounded Woman WOLCOTT Conn June 25 A hermit killer John Crowe S3 slipped through the paths of the Wolcott woods today leaving two dead men and a wounded woman and eluding a posse of several hun dred officers and civilians Crowe fired a rifle point blank at Clarence Yuskis Jr 22 on the UNVEILING SEEN BY HUGE CROWD Members of Society at District Convention in Mason City A strong fight was being waged Monday afternoon between Water loo and Cedar Rapids delegations of the Order of Ahepa for the 1935 district convention in thu second day of the third annual district conven tion of the order in Mason City Members of the order entered a secret business session at the Holel Hanford Monday morning when re ports of delegations were read and the selection of committees made The election of officers for the en suing year and thu final selection of the convention city for 1035 were scheduled for late Monday after noon The Sons of Pericles junior or der of Ahepa drew up to be submitted to the national con vention at Chicago to solidify chap ters The selections of the order with officials will be turned over to the supreme council for appoint ment in Chicago for the national convention All other officer1 of the order will continue to hold office until July The Sons of Pericles met in ti business meeting with the Order of Ahepa Monday 1000 ill Parade The Spirit of the American Doughboy surgod through the veins of more than 1000 of the members of the American Hellenic Educational and associa tion from1 they inarched in a parade and took part in the patriotic program in front of the doughboy statue on courthouse grounds A huge crowd witnessed the ceremonies Through a torrid afternoon they marched in the business district of the city and assembled at the court house lawn for the dedication of the bronze memorial a gift of Mason City chapter to Cerro Gordo county in memory of the men who entered the service of their country from this county and gave their lives in the World war Is Specticuhir It was a memorable occasion to those who witnessed that dedica tion AmericanGreeks with the flags of the United States Greece and the Order of Ahepa the guard of honor of Greek soldiers recruit ed from the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion the American Legion drum and bugle corps the Mason City high school band and hundreds of Ahepans and American citizens of other nation alities all fused in a common pur pose The dedication followed a spirited parade of considerable length headed by Capt W E Elliott of the national guard who was marshal 5 Spectators Killed When Plane Crashes VIENNA June 25 spec tators were killed today when an airplane crashed into a crowd wit nessing a Yugoslav aviation meet at Bemisce on the Hungarian border them seriously when a speeding train crashed into a standing freight Three other persons injured in the 1 train last night i crash were reported dying of the parade and including the of ficials of Ahepa the color guard the ClausenWorden post drum and bugle corps American Legion mem bers the Veterans of Foreign Wars of San Juan Post 733 Mawri City high school band the Rons of Pericles junior order of Ahopa and then the chapters of th district headed by Minneapolis and includ ing Fort Dodge Des Moines St Turn to Iase 2 Column ni A New Map of U S Every office needs an uptodate correct map of the United States There is no need to struggle with in old inaccurate torn map Our Washington Information bureau has prepared a five color 21 by 28 incli map on strong heavy stock with complete statistics of area agricul ture livestock manufactures wa ter power minerals lumber and other important data Every busi ness executive should have one i his desk Inclose 10 cents in coin to cover cost and handling Yuskin grounds yesterday killing the youth almost imemdiately shot to death the hired man JuliusKar vauskas 40 and wounded Mrs Yus kis Clarences mother in the head Leaping into his automobile tte killer drove 500 yards down the road abandoned the car beyond a bend and fled to his home a shack in the field adjoining the Yuskis property As a posse formed and advanced on the shack with machine guns and tear gas bombs Crowe retreated i into the woods behind his house and vanished Mason City JlolicGazette Information bureau Frederic I Haskin director Washington n C J enclose 10 cents in coin carefully wrapped i for the new Map of the United States Name Street City State Mail to Washington 1 C
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