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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 28, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME NCWSPAPER THAT ALL NORTH HOME EDITION VOL XL FtVI CENTS A COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEA8BD WIFE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1931 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE Brains Are Classified Hopkins Splits New Deal Group Into Two Classes By HERBERT PLUMMER WASHINGTON Sept 28 The president of Dartmouth college up in New Hampshire Dr Ernest Martin Hopkins has laid down a new rule for classification of brains 1n government It makes reexamin ation of the characteristics of the Roosevelt new from top to bottom urgently necessary if it is to be applied From the president down who are Dr Hopkins explorers and who his probers Who of the Roose velt brain in Dr Hopkins phrasing are men intellectually brilliant but doctrinaire and who men Intellectually honest without brilliance In his address at Dartmouth Dr Hopkins drew this distinction be tween the types of brains necessary in government to safeguard the great social and political experi ments of the present And he called upon every friend of gov ernmental reform and of social ad vance to insist that provers be given equal place with explorers in such experimentation Lacking such trial and error methods he argued experimenta tion unaccompanied by critical judgments invites failure of aspir ations of political leadership in America for human risks a Stalin or a Hitler of vast politi cal power unchecked by any such ethical code as medicine knows against hazardous experimentation upon human New Deal Has Both The president would not phrase It the Hopkins way His gift of ex pression is of the political order He talks to and for the masses not in the rarified atmosphere of higher education He seeks homely similies and metaphors understandable to the man in the street Yet there is much to indicate something very like Dr Hopkins separation of explorers and provers as co equally essential to success of planned social progress has guided him instaffing the new The Moleys et al of the Roosevelt new deal1 are men of an essentially different type from its Johnsons its Harry Hopkins its Ickes its Jesse Jones its Henry Morgenthaii The Wal DaceTugwell combination to deal with the farm problem is the only assignment of the explorer type to executive and administrative functions In that case by his own Bayso President Roosevelt himself Is the If it doesnt work he has said he will be the first to eay so and seek another method A Third Classification There is a third classification in the new however that Dr Hopkins formula wholly ignores What will be done with the Parleys the Ropers the Louie Howes and a lot more who are neither academi cally trained explorers or provers but experienced and wilcy politic ians They are just as essential in a government of by and for the people te success of any social or economic planning as the brain trust con tingents You have to have the votes first all to start experimentation If nny long range project is launched they become doubly necessary to carry on That is the phase of the new deal they are concerned with right now NO 303 Dismiss Injunction Suit Against Plant RRD OAK Sept 28 Early Peters of Clarinda dismissed the action of the IowaNebraska and Power company and 26 citizens who sought a permanent Injunction to prohibit the city of Villisca from entering into a con tract with the Electrical Equip ment company of Des Moines for the construction of a municipal light and power plant Hriilge Firm Gets Contract LINCOLN Nebr Sept 28 The OmahaCouncil Bluffs bridge board of trustees awarded a con tract for about for the construction of H span across the Missouri river ko the Minneapolis Bridgs company FORECAST IOWA Unsettled Friday night and Saturday local show ers probable slightly warmer hi south portion Friday night MINNESOTA Unsettled Fri day night nnd Saturday proli ably local showers except in extreme north not much change In temperature IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures lor 24 hour period ending at g oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday RA Minimum In Night JO At 8 A M Friday 52 HAUPTMANN STEALS JAIL SPO Local Communities Must Carry Burden of Relief F R IN SPEECH TO CONFERENCE ON HUM AN NEEDS Confident Unified Attack to Master Old Man TEXT ON PAGE U WASHINGTON Sept 28 Confidence that a unified attack for a little while longer would master old man depression was expressed today by President Roosevelt in addressing the 1934 conference on the mobilization for humaneneeds To the assembled leaders of the group at the white house the presi dent emphasized that up to local communities to carry the pri mary burden of relief He called it the privilege rather than the duty of the individual American to bear a share in relief Mr Roosevelt said there had been some inefficiency in the emergency efforts to alleviate dis A BLUNT WARNING WASHINGTON Sept 28 Hopkins relief ad ministrator today served a blunt warning that states passingthe buck on relief needs to the fed eral government faced with drawal of relief funds tress but that he looked forward to greater efficiency He told the conference which is headed by Newton D Baker of Ohio that it was its duty to see to First of all that destitution is relieved and secondly that no indi vidual and no family shall be en titled to public assistance If that individual or that family is not de GOSSIP MONGERS WASHINGTON Sept 28 President Roosevelts denunciation of poll parrots and gossip mon gers reverberated in the capital today Using language stronger than his wontt Mr Roosevelt took occasion last night to warn a radio audience against those who would create fear or encourage The president cited an example He said it was a rumor which started in Wall street spread to Chicago and came to Washington for The he said was the immediate retirement 01 three mem bers of my secretary of agriculture and his undersecre tary the secretary of labor and the secretary of the The report Mr Roosevelt said was wholly untrue and urged the country to consider and analyze the source and motive back of every report you CONFLICT SEEN AT CONVENTION Green Arrives for Labor Federation Conclave in San Francisco SAN FRANCISCO Kept 2S conflict which threatens to shatter one important department of the American Federation r La bor confronted the national presi dent William Green on his arrival today for what leaders predict will brt a crucial convention of the or ganization Delegates of three powerful unions were put out and those of lour other crafts withdrew in pro test as bitter dissension split the building trades meeting in advance of the federation convention open ing Monday The three unions in the building trades dispute the carpenters and joiners bricklayers and the electri cal workers were denied represen tation despite a recommendation from the A F of L executive council and Green that their dele gates be accepted Protesting the ousting of the three unions which brokft away from the building trades during a controversy several years ago dele gates of the teamsters marble workers and tile setters operating engineers and the hod carriers loft the meeting yesterday BACK AT CAPITAL President JKoosevelt re1urn6d to after a nt his Hde Park homo evpiesslngthe hope no one would notice Jils hut so late In the season Associated IPrnsfi 1hoto Woman Walking on Road Killed by Automobile Seven Injured in Accidents That Follow Train Wreck Near Gordonsville A Glenville woman was killed and another injured perhaps fatally when struck by an auto Thursday night while walking home from the scene of the M and St L wreck near Gordonsville Six Graf ton persons were injured two ser iously early Friday when their auto smashed into the first southbound train through Northwood after the train derailment Mrs D J Roberts proprietor of a general store at Glenville waa killed and Mrs Ada Budlong also of Glenville was critically injured when they were struck by a car while they were returning home from the site of the railroad wreck They were on highway 65 about 11 oclock Thursday night when the accident occurred Keeovery Is Doubtful The seventyfirst birthday of Mrs Roberts was observed Tues day Her husband preceded her in death and she leaves no Mrs Budlong suffered a broken arm fractured leg and may have in ternal injuries She is in an uncon scious condition at a hospital in Al bert Lea and her recovery was con sidered doubtful by physicians The two women were struck by Willis Tavis about 35 Albert Tavis who it was reported was blinded by lights of an approaching car stopped after the accident and gave the two victims what aid he could i Occurs at Northwoml The autotrain crash at North wood occurred early Friday mornj ing at the grade crossing on East Central avenue the scene of many accidents The injured persons ail living in the Grafton vicinity were returning home after attending Northwood Harvest festival events Walter Wall of Grafton was the most severely injured receiving a dislocated hip and severe bruises and cuts He suffered considerably Williams to Head NRAS RuliugEoard Richberg Body to Give F R Proposals on Policy WASHINGTON Sept 28 The new national industrial recovery boaid set up to administer NRA reported to President Roosevelt to day it had organized with Clay Williams of North Carolina as chair man The recovery board selected Leon C Marshall of Baltimore executive secretary It requested Col George A Lynch to serve as administrative officer He has been acting administrator in the absence of Hugh S Johnson who resigned Report to At a crowded press conference soon after this word had come from the white house Donald Richberg said the emergency industrial com mittee which he directs would not oversee NRA but rather would make its recommendations to President Roosevelt The new NRA hoard headed by Williams has been given all the poweis formerly vested In Hugh S Johnson As for his own committee Rich beig said it would act first in an advisory capacity to the president and second under his direction to coordinate the administration of such policies by all the governmental agencies Williams was nuamed chairman of the new governing board in a con ference of board members held chief ly bytelephone The hew chairman who Is associated with the R 1 Reynolds Tobacco company was not in the capital Tribute to Johnson Richberg in statements read at his press conference paid tribute to Johnson for an extraord inary service and said differences between himself and the resigned administrator related to methods and personnel rather than to pur poses or of Richberg said judicial phases of NRAs re organization were under considera tion Besides Richberg the board that will form NRA policy will include Secretary Ickes Secretary Perkins Farm Administrator Chester Davis nnd Relief Administrator Harry L Hopkins The chairman of the NRA administrative board also will serve with the Richberg committee On Administrative Group The administrative agency to be known as the national industrial re covery board comprises Clay Williams WinstonSalem N A D Whitcside president of Dun and Bradstreet Sidney Hillman president of the Amalga mated Clothing Workers union Leon C Marshall former law pro fessor at Johns Hopkins university Walter Hamilton law profresKor at Vale Smith acting chief counsel for NRA and Leon Hen derson resenrch and planning direc tor of the blue eagle unit from shock and loss of blood He was given emergency treatment he the hospital fore he was taken to at Albert Lea where physicians expected he will recover Suffers 15ruin Concussion Herman Schmidt of Grafton suf fered brain concussion and was in a semiconscious condition until Turn In faltr 1 Column II Denison Man Reports Loaded Truck Stolen OMAHA Sept 28 Cecil Mc Cord of Denison Towa loday re ported to police tnat truck loaded with assorted merchandise valued at was stolen here last night ROMANCE ENDS WITH SHOOTING Nurse Says Slain Policeman Forced His Attentions Upon Her CHICAGO Sept 2K The ro mance rf Police Detective Louis Kolb 10 married and Bernadine Dunning 26 nurse ended early to day when the girl shot and killed him The two were sitting in Kolbs car in n dead end street on the south side Miss Dunningsaid at first that Kolb had killed himself but later admitted the shooting to John S Boyle assistant states at torney Miss Dunning said she shot when Kolb trier to force his attentions on her To Stop Distribution of Liquor Pamphlets DES MOINES Sept 28 Distribution of liquor advertising pamphlets telling how to mix drinks will probably be stopped by order of the liquor control commission members jalri here today A few have been distributed in the store here hut Ihe practice was ordered stopped they jnirl NELSON PUBLIC ENEMY NO US SOUGHT IN IOWA Fingerprints Found on Car Left Here One Stolen in Austin Department of Justice investi gators linkingthe theft of one automobile at Austin and the abandonment of another at Mason City which bore fingerprints corresponding to tliose of George Baby Face Nelson Friday sought trace of the countrys public ene my No 1 in Iowa Several hours after a 393I Ford coach bearing Minnesota license B r38fi3 and owned by James Prev atil Boy Scout director at Austin was taken at Austin last Fritiay an Illinois car was abandoned at Mason City On the latter car wetE found fingerprints corresponding to those of the former Dillinger gang ster TSelson Reported Seen A Mason City resident later re ported seeing a man resembling Nelson drivinga car of the same model and as that stolen at Austin Officers from the local sheriffs office found the car Satur day morning abandoned In the woods south of the Ashley Ferrior farm northwest of Mason City near Horseshoe bend Persons who saw said tiuvt it had been there about the evening before The fact that it bore no license plates and hud apparently been carefully gone over In an effort to destroy any marks of Identification made officers suspicious Johnny Wallace deputy sheriff obtained a few fingerprints however and sent them to the bureau of Investigation at Washington D C jrlnls Tukiin Prints of the index main nnd ring fingers of a womans hand were taken from the right hand door of the car directly below the window Several palm prints were also tak en The print that was probably Nelsons was a thumb print taken from inside the car on the loft Ride Prints were also found on the dome light Several long red hairs some hair pins and other evidence led Sheviff J M Robertson to believe that n redheaded woman had accompanied the gangster A check of motor numbers revealed that the automo bile found in Mason City had been stolen at Vandalia Sept 4 It was purchased from the Craycroft company of that city by W J Mc Coy Maurice Mnnch of the Western Adjustment company arrived in Mason City Friday morning to drive the car hack to Vandalln The car wns a 3931 Ford roadster ami It was believed here that a transfer hod been mnde for the larger car iMsiyii Doctor A possible connection between the stealing of the Austin car and the finding of the Illinois car at Mason City and the attempted kid naping of Dr M C Piper of the Mayo clinic at Rochester the evening before the Austin car was stolen was also made AM Dr Piper sat in his parked car at Austin about oclock Thursday evening three men ap proached his car and slugged him with the comment Now weve got you you Dr Piper wos not hit hard enough to he unconscious and yelled His asnailants fled ac cording to the Minnesota police bul letin One of the men answered the description of Baby Face Nelson Relieves Gangstcrx Herir Sheriff Robertson said that he be lieved several of the gunmen had been in this vicinity recently bas ing his opinion on the results of the of the fingerprints and state ments from two Mason Cityans one of whom saw Nelson at the tlrne of the First National bank holdup here that they had seen a man who looked like Nelson In Mason City this week A federal agent from Omaha spent several days ki Mason City investigating Train Hits Truck 1 Killed 1 Injured HAMBURG sept 28 Wolf 27 Nebraska City was killed and Frank Hurley 17 was seriously injured when the truck they were driving was struck by pnRw train two milen north of Payne ABANDONED BY BABY FACE5 Thin Is I hit cur Jeorge Boby TSulNim find presumably n iliHl women iiimmlnncil nori Invent iMiiNim Oily lust Friday nlghl A thumb print turiila hltnd door at the supposed to liiivn bpcn this only nitirk m lilcmii of the IHUingiMRunnier found Loon officers hccnnui of the rnr when it appeared wiped anil hore no lloenno pinion Tholo nnd Out by Kayoiuiv Knirrav Irig Head of Strike Accuses Sloan of Subterfuge Comments on HUNT KILLER OF CHILD IN IOWA Chiefs Promise of CoOperation WASHINGTON Sept 28 Francis J Gorman strike director of the United Textile Workers to day acused George A Sloan head of the cotton textile Institute of subterfuge in his statement promising nooperation of manu facturers with the newly created textile labor relations board Gorman referred specifically to Sloans statement that the cotton textile code authority had lecom mendcd that as work becomes available workers who did not en gage in lawlCHs violence be reem This Gorman ia H subterfuge in tackling the crimlnatlon problem In fact an open invitation to the employers to discriminate Who is to he the judge of thoso the employers claim engag ed In lawless violence and what does the chairman of the code au thority say about the Indictments In Honea Path where the agents of the employers are charged with the murder of our members Gorman said he had submitted to the new board specific cascM of dis crimination which the union charges against six mills in the Col umbus arua The mills and the number of cnHCfr involved Gorman listed as Bibb 287 MuHkogee 48 Bnidly 8 Ragle Phoenix M7 Per kins 20 find Swift 32 TURNER STATES TAX SOLUTION TriCornered Appearance of Race for Governor Is More Evident Sept 28 W Turner republican candidate for governor in a speech for delivery hern today set forth three points as a solution o Iowas tax They were hfl snirl i i nuit spending so much money in govern 2 pqualixe revise the tax system so that 31 ev erybody will pay according to their ability to pny Turner said hat during his ad ministration Iowa were re fluoed more than and that we on an additional saving to the first year of the Herring administraion 3 VIEWS DELIVERED By THK ASSOCIATED 1KKSS The trlcornered appearance of Iowas gubernatorial race was more evident Friday after three rival can didates for the office had delivered their vltws to audiences In Shcn andoah Coon Rapids and Dayton finding a national tone to the political picture Senator L 1 Dick inson told a republican rally af Rock Island that the administration is proceeding on a program of land control that in the end will include Trim to Ifit i Funeral Services Held for Detroit Girl Victim of Degenerate DICS MOTNES Sept 28 description of Mr and Mrs Morton Ward Goodrich wonted for the alnylng ot Lillian Gallaher at De troit was broadcast by the Jowa police radio system today following the report to Park A Findley head of the state department of Inves tigation that both had been seen at a DOR Moines tourist camp three days ngo filarl W Rinchart proprietor of a tourist cump on the east edge of the city repotted that a couple whom ho identified as Mr and Mrs Good rich 1ioin pictures In a newspaper yesterday stayed at the camp for three houis Tuesday afternoon They drove west upon leaving he said Funeral Scrvicen Held DETROIT Sept 28 held this morning for Lillian Gallaher In a church filled with schoolmates of the II year old girl who was slain last week while trying to raise money for her school A crowd estimated by police in the thousands stood outside St Dom inics Catholic church unable to gain admittance while requiem high mnsH was intoned by the Rev William R Mahoney There was little room left within the church after Lillians 600 school mates who had assembled in the nearby school filed Into the audi torium Eight classmates Httte girls who would have attended her birthday party Wednesday except for the horrible act of a degenerate car ried the casket into the church Two Kirleii Sept 28 man and woman detained over nipht as suspects in the truck slaying of Lil lian Gallagher II year old Detroit girl were released today after ques tioning by George Christoph acting rhief of police Revivalist on Trial for Public Nuisance MONTKZUMA Sept 28 Three hundred persons crowded the Poweshlek county courthouse here to hear testimony in the trial of the Rev M C Plotts Pentecostal evan gellst accused of creating a public nuisance by conducting noisy re vivals late at night Auto Dealers Turn Down Blue Eagles WASHINGTON Iowa Sept as AhTwenty auto companies in Washington county were operating today without blue eagles of the NRA Blue eagle placards were turned down by members of a deal ers association who ussalltyl the NRA BREAKS IT INTO FOUR PIECES AND SHARPENS BOWL Defense Counsel Plans Examination by Psychiatrist NEW YORK Bruno Richard Haiiptmann indict ed as the extortioner in the Lind bergh kidnap case stole a spoon at breakfast today broke it Into four pieces and sharpened the bowl Sheriff John J 1lanley who with Distilet Attorney Samuel J Foley announced the latest development lu the llauptmann case said with further sharpening the bowl of the spoon mighthave been used as a defensive weapon or one to do vio lence to himself The sheriff declin ed to express himself as to what he believed Hauptmarm intended to do with the pieces The prisoner had hidden them In the toilet bowl and in the drain of the washbowl in his celU Curvwl Into Hook The handle of the spoon had been curved into a hook The spoon and bowl were given and other prisoners in lliB Bronx county jail at this morning 15 minutes before break fast a usual custom the sheriff anlcl After breakfast Hauptmannfl spoon wan missing and when t the jailer asked him for it he replied he didnt know anything about the spoon He was Immediately taken out of his cell searched and Hanlcy said His ceUwaB searched minutely of spoon was discovered jail or looked into the washbowl and the He is now eating i on paper dishes and he will use paper sponns so long as we have Hanley said SO Minutes Klnnse The sheriff about 30 min utes between the Urns Hnuptmann was given the spoon nnd the time t was missed Cn that time the prisoner had broken it into four pieces and sharpened the bowl to rnzor edge by rubbingit ngninst the steel frame of the cot In his cell The pieces were discovered after a plumber was called Three of them were In the toilet bowl and the fourth was in the drain of the wash basin Since Hauptmann was placed in the Bionx county jail he cupled a cell on the second tier completely Isolated from the other prisoners After todays Incident ot the spoon he was moved to another cell In the same still with no other prisoners near him Hanlcy said that a special guard watches the prisoner and it is con tinually changed a new guard tak ing up his post every hour Will Examined A plan to have Hauptmann ex amined by a psychiatrist was an nounced today by his counsel The lawyer James M Faweett marie Ms announcement when he arrived at the Bronx county court house to confer with District Attor ney Samuel J Foley taut he de clined to give his reasons for the move J um going to have my own psychiatrist sue Faw Turrl fci 1 tnlnnm if Modern Manners uptodate is in simple terms in this attractive 32 page compilation of facts about good manners Essentials of howto dress behave entertain correspond pay calls walk talk and get alongin every social contact are condensed into a brief booklet Arranged in chapters for handy reference Our Washington Information bureau has compiled this brief inexpensive handbook of etiquet It will be sent to any reader for a postage and handling charge of ten cents TJse coupon City GlobeGazette Information bureau FredericJ llaskin director Wellington D C J inclose10 cents in coin care fully wrapped for the booklet on Modern Street City Mart to Wflshintfton D   

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