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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                2K NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI FIVE CENTB A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SKKVICH MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 1934 SECTJON ONE NO 313 Attitude Is Different President Makes No Move to Fill Post of Douglas By HERBERT FLUMMBR ASHINGTON Oct 10 tSV There is a seem ing contrast in the present atti tude of Presi dent Roosevelt toward the bu reau of the bud get and that which he dis played at the outset of his ad ministration One of his first a p p o in t ments was Lewis Doug las of Arizona as director of the budget Douglas was named more than a week be fore Mr Roosevelt was inaugurated and his selection was announced before even some of the members of the cabinet The president went still further He took occasion at the time to em phasize that he considered the bud get office one of the most important in the government and almost on a rank with the cabinet Douglas resigned presumably be cause he did not see eye to eye with the president on budgetary policies and an acting director is carrying on in his place An Advisory Official The cresident has given no in dication of plans to fill Douglas post The budget is in process of preparation for submission to the next congress All inquiries as to whether a new director is to be ap ASSASSINATED KING GOES HOME Trio Robs Knoxville Coal Mine Payroll OBTAIN MAKE GETAWAY IN ILLINOIS CAR Bandits Line 20 Workers Against Wall Seize Cash Box KNOXVILLE Oct 10 bery of the Pershing Coal company mine payroll by three men in a car with Illinois licenses who drove to the paymasters office six miles south of here at noon today and cowed 20 employes under their guns was reported to Sheriff Paul Grundman of Knoxville The trio of bandits appeared shortly after the paymasters office began distributing money at noon They lined 20 waiting mine workers against the wall seized the pay masters cash box and backed out with a warning against pursuit Drive 1933 Model They were driving a 1S33 model dark blue Buickl sedan witnesses I said The robbers roared north on I a county road toward highway 2 pmterkrVanswered simply by the white house with The bureau of the budget is func Honingin normal fashion This is just another way of say ing that it makes little difference whether a new director is appointed or president directs the preparation of the budget Under the the bureau has the reduce or Increase the esti mates of the several departments and establishments of the govern ment All this is done however un der the immediate direction of the president The director of the bud get ii nothing more than an official serving the administration in an ad visory capacity Estimates Finances There is a budget officer ap pointed by the head of each govern ment department and establishment who prepares the estimates of ap propriations an such supplemental or deficiency estimates as may be required These officials are liason officers btween the department and the bureau of the budget The bureau in turn prepares for the president the annual budget which is submitted to congress The director of the budget con fers with the president every week during the year laying before him statements on the condition of fed eral finances and estimates of fu ture expenditures and receipts Douglas appointment as director attracted wide attention because of President Roosevelts pledge to ef fect economy in government The young Arizonan initiated the econ omy drive when he was a member of the house and was author of the ayroll amounts to about officials said representing semimonthly pay for 200 miners The sum paid out before the rob iery could not be determined be cause receipts given by workers were taken with the money box Cut Phone Wires Before entering the robbers had cuttelephone wires to the pay masters office at the mine and em Jloyes were forced to drive a hal mile west to the town of Pershing o the company store to spread the alarm The men were unmasked and eacn carried a gun during the holdup The money had been delivered t the mine early today from Knox ville under a customary guard o deputy sheriffs resolution creating omy committee a special econ WHEAT AND CORN CROPS FORECAST WASHINGTON Oct 10 The nations wheat crop is esti mated today at 496982000 bushels for this year by the department of agriculture which also reported the indicated corn crop at 1416772 000 bushels showing the ravages of this years severe drought TfoWeather TELLS OF STOCK Former Halsey Stuart Firm Controller Testifies in Insull Trial CHICAGO Oct 10 mony that within a few weeks afte the formation of the Corporation Se curities company of Chicago stoc purchased by the company for S18 500000 was written up on the in vestment ledger to a value of 500000 was introduced today in th trial of Samuel Insull and his 1 codefendants The disclosure was made as goi eminent prosecutors resumed th questioning of Van Lamont forme controller for Halsey Stuart an company the stock brokers wh aided Insull in the promotion of th Securities company and who ar defendants in the trial Lamont who yesterday identifie a letter indicating that the organ izers of the Corporation Securitie company were apprehensive of th blue sky law told of two writeup which he said he made at the r quest of Clarence T MacNeille se retary of Halsey Stuart and one o the defendants WIDOWED BY ASSASSINATION Queen Marie left of Yugoslavia was widowed by the assassination of her husband Kin Alexander it Marseille France during a parade welcoming him to the French republic on a good will visit The quwn Is shown here with her mother the dowager Queen Marie of Rumania Associated Press Doubts Underprivileged Will Wait Much Longer Lewis Hits Who Refuse to Back Recovery Act SAN FRANCISCO Oct 10 Doubt that the millions of under privileged will wait even 150 days longer for the industrial freedom granted them more than a year ago by the recovery act was expressed here today by John L Lewis presi dent of the United Mine Workers Bitterly assailing certain em ployers who refuse to abide by the recovery act Lewis told the Com monwealth club Those reactionary industrial groups who have eyes but see not and ears but hear not should no longer be permitted to thwart the objectives of sound public policy or prevent the prompt realization of economic recovery Disregarded Law Neither he continued should FORECAST IOWA Fair Wednesday night and Thursday cooler in extreme south portion Wednes day night MINNESOTA Generally fair and slightly warmer Wednes day night Thursday fair fol lowed by cooler in central and north portions IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for J4 hour period ending at 8 oclock Wednesday morcing Housing Act Loans Made at Waterloo WATERLOO Oct 10 CSVThe first Waterloo loans made under the national housing act were com pleted Tuesday three in number ranging from 5247 to S356 for heat ing plants and repairs to homes A loan for remodeling a store building has been approved Victim of Sunstroke and Not Intoxicated FAIRFIELD Oct 10 A de fense claim that he was a victim of sunstroke and not drink won dis missal from a charge of driving while intoxicated for Harry I Ball local cattle buyer A district court jury deliberated eight hours before returning the verdict toda their indefensible tactics and dis regard of law be permitted to bring about an industrial revolt which would inevitably be attended by the mance of communism or fascism Remove in all industries said the chief of the Mine Workers of America the obstacles to free or ganization of labor such as is con templated in the national industrial recovery act and such as has been done in the bituminous coal indus try and there will be established the basis for a really cooperative part nership between employers anc labor the results of which I am convinced would be amazingly ben eficial to the whole industrial ganization No Other Alternative Indeed Lewis added I can see no other alternative It is impossible to crush the spirit of labor which desires organization Outward man ifestations may be crushed from time to time but it will always re assert itself Labor cannot will not and should not ever be content unti its partnership becomes a real one and not merely one in theory not only a crime against is a social blunder which may lead to the toppling over of our whole eco nomic edifice PAIR ARRESTED FOR MASSACRE Man and Wife Charged With Part in Attempt to Free Frank Nash WASHINGTON Oct 10 TV The department of justice disclose oday that Richard Tallman Gala tas and his wife Elizabeth wer under arrest as principals in th machine gun slaughter of federi and police officers at Kansas Cit June 17 1933 in an attempt to fre Frank Nash a federal prisoner Assistant Attorney General Stan ley said Galatas and his wife want ed for conspiracy to deliver Nash were apprehended at New Orlean Sept 22 and arraigned today i Kansas City Galatas when arrestedwas usin the name of E W Lee The wholesale slaughter in whic Galatas was charged with being in volved resulted in the slaying o Special Agent R J Caffrey of th division of investigation Otto Reec chief police McAlester Okla and W J Grooms and Frank E Hermanson as well as their prii oner Nash Chester H Davis Farm Administrator Makes Speech Tou WASHINGTON Oct 10 Chester H Davis farm administr tor left today for a speaking to through the midwest and sout Oct 12 to 16 He will address the annual Min nesota state agricultural extension conference at St Paul Friday On To opposesuch a movement is Saturday he will speak at a farm r L T Cfnlla Til LOCAL YOUTH IS KILLED AND ONE HURT IN MISHAP Kennedy Fatally Injured When Car Skids and Goes in Ditch Clarence Kennedy in09 Pcnnsyl ania avenue northeast was killed nd his companion Reese Adams 13 Fourth street northeast scri usly injured when the car in which hey were riding crashed shortly etore noon Wednesday between looming Prairie and Hayfield linn The two were returning to Mason lily when the accident occurred hey had stopped at Blooming rairie and asked the direction to lason City but had evidently lost he main road About miles out Blooming Prairie on the way to Hayfield the accident occurred ICoIled Over Skidded Officers investigating said that he car evidently turned over on the oad skidded some distance then oiled over into the ditch The boys vere in a Chevrolet car license 7S930 When help arrived after the acci dent which was about oclock identification of the two victims vas difficult A credit union card of lacob E Decker and sons plant was ound in the coat Adams Com munication wasx made with the Decker plant to learn thejdentity of tHe iwor E J McCann of the employment ureau was notified and staited al once for the scene of the accident Adams Is Unconscious The body of Kennedy was taken a funeral home at Blooming Prairie Adams was given emergen cy treatment at Blooming Prairie and then taken to a hospital al Austin for treatment Injuries suf ered by Adams included a frac tured skull Physicians stated his condition was critical although he has a chance for recovery He had lot regained consciousness Wednes day afternoon Adams was employed in the ki and cut department of Deckers Kennedy is the son of Mr an Mrs Charles Kennedy His fathe is foreman of the sweet pickle de partment at Deckers The accident occurred while th two were returning from attendin a wedding SUCCEEDS TO THRONE Mary Randol Guilty of Manslaughter m Slaying of Husband WATERLOO Oct 10 21 hours deliberation a jury today returned a verdict finding Mary A Randol guilty of manslaughter in the slaying of her husband Ora G Randol who was shot to death June 28 at their barbecue estab lishment on the edge of Waterloo The jury included 10 women and two men ers meeting at La Salle 111 On Oct 16 he will address the National Association of Commis sioners Secretaries and Depart ments of Agriculture at Chicago and that evening will speak at the banquet of the institute of Ameri can Meat Packers Killed When Caught Under Falling Bearr ARNOLDS PARK Oct 10 Funeral services were being planne today for Henry Miller 44 Mi ford who was fatally hurt whe caught under a falling beam lat yesterday while digging a wetl o the Herman Struchen farm sout of Milford Miller working alom was found by a farm hand Die Jumby Forest City Eagle Grove Stores Opene DES MOINES Oct Opening Oct 17 of retail stores the Iowa liquor control commissio at Forest City and Eagle Grove wa announced here Mrs J H Fleagle Fairfield Succumb FAIRFIELD Oct 10 TVMr 1 H Fleagle active in slate lodge affair1 died here early today fol lowing an emergency operation She was 65 years old Take Steps to Prevent Revolution Government Formally Proclaims Peter as King BELGRADE Yugoslavia Oct 10 government moved today prevent an uprising in the Croa an district after it had formally ven Yugoslavia a boy king 11 ear old Peter II son of the mar ked King Alexander A cabinet proclamation notified he citizenry that Peter is now ving He will rule under a regency Hundreds of Croats fled over the ustrian border fearing assassina on of Alexander may result in re risals against them While the government denied icre was any mobilization of roops as was rumored in foreign ountries it admitted the greatest recautions were being taken in Croatia where feeling against the overnment runs high Frontiers are Reopened The country remained quiet today nd the national frontiers have been eopened Reinforeinents for the endarmeri hurriedly summoned In Belgrade when news of the kings ieath became known were with Irawn As Yugoslavia awoke today to he mournful dirge oftolling bells he first intimation a majority of he people had of the death of their ruler a six months period of rnourn ng was prclaimed All public build ng were draped flags were flown and schools and places of amusement were closed Messages of sympathy were re ceived from all parts of the world ncluding cables from President Roosevelt and the pope Assassin Not IdentificMl Yugoslavian authorities said to day they had been unsuccessful in all efforts to determine the identity origin of Petrus Kaiemen the man who killed King Alexander Both houses of parliament were summoned to meet in extraordinary session tomorrow to take the oath of allegiance to the boy king Peter H now enroute home from school in England It was considered of marked sig nificance here that the late kings will dated Jan 5 of this year was made only a few weeks after three Croatians made an attempt upon his life at Zagreb His assailants later were sentenced to death An oath of loyalty to the boy king already has been taken by members of the cabinet the army and the navy Chalmers Becomes Rockford President ROCKFORD III Oct 10 3V Dr Gordon Keith Chalmers 31 was inaugurated today as sixth president of Rockford college in the presence of presidents and rep resentatives of 70 other colleges and universities The inaugural ad dress was delivered by Dr Norman Focrster of the University of Iowa PETER RULES AT UYEARSOFAGE Child King Enroute to Home to Belgrade From School in London LONDON Oct 10 TVPeter Karageorge 1 years old tumbled into bed last night a carefree schoolboy at Sanroyd school Today he arose as King Peter II ruler of Yugoslavia The news of his fathers tragic death at Marseille kept from him last night was imparted early this morning Before Peter could realize the significance of the news he was enroute to Belgrade Last night the housemaster was notified to arouse Peter earlier than his dormitory mates With sleep still in his eyes he was awak WILL LET JERSEY TRYHAUPTMANN New York Governor Grants Extradition Defense Plans Fight ALBANY N Y Oct 10 Governor Lehman announced today he would sign papers at 5 p m EST extraditing Bruno Richard Hauptmann to New Jersey to face ened a message was whispered in his ear that urgent news awaited him in the headmasters office Follows Housemaster Dressing hastily Peter followed the housemaster to the school of fice where his tutor C C Parrott and the headmaster were seated Probably still wondering what school rules he had broken the news was imparted that changed him from Peter Karageorge to King Peter II Breakfast was hastily served and without time even to bid his school master adieu Peter was enroute by motorcar for his countrys legation here his ultima e destination being Belgrade a nigency and eventually the throne of that troubled coun try his late father had ruled with dictatorial power Peter took along only one small brown suitcase regulation equip ment for boys at a preparatory school He was dressed simply in a grey flannel suit and still wore his BODY TAKEN ON BOARD WARSHIP FOR TRIP BACK Queen Mane Comes to Side of Slain Ruler of Yugoslavia By JOHN EVANS OparipM by The AMoclfltw TrtttBt MARSEILLE France Oct 10 the pomp of grief and the majesty of death King Alexander of Yugoslavia started back to bin homeland today His body was borne through streets which yesterday reverber ated successively to cheers pistol shots shrieks and weeping At 4 p m exactly 24 hours after he had set foot in France on what was intended to be a gala visit of good will the assassinated king was taken back to the Yugoslavian de stroyer Dubrovnik which brought his majesty here Again today there were massed thousands of spectators but their silent faces mirrored Europes anx iety over what the assassination of the Yugoslavian king by a Croa tian on French soil may mean Step Toward Pact France had hoped that Alex anders visit would be a long stnp toward a pact Including Italy and scaling the peace of the Balkins for years to come That was the dream of Louis Barthoil foreign minister of France but all through the day the dead Barthou lay in state be side Alexander Together they were down at p mvyesterdayJy Kaiemen 35 year old native of Zagreb and they died only an hour apart Kaiemen himself was mort ally injured by the police and the crowd Other persons were fatally wounded in the burst of fire from Kalemens pocket submachine gun and his auxiliary pistol and the re plying shots of the police Police man Galli died last night and a spectator Madame DuBrec a wi dow died today Wounded Fourteen other persons including Gen Alphonse Joseph Georges of the French superior war council were wounded General Georges despite the severity of his hurts showed signs of improvement today and physicans gave him an even chance for life President Albert LeBrun of France shocked by the tragedy was here with many ministers of the cabinet He arranged that these dignitaries should accompany the body of Barthou to Paris when the funeral train departed three hours after the Dubrovnik sailed for Yu goslavia King Alexanders last thoughts were of his task which was his birthright Preserve Franco Yugoslav friendship he muttered in a su Wallace Will Make Charles City Speech DES MOINES Oct 19 retary Henry Walace will speak in Charles City in behalf of the demo cratic campaign in the near future democratic state headquarters was advised Negotiations Approved DES MOINES Oct 10 3VNe gotiative steps toward a contract between the Master Bakers as sociation and two unions were ap proved by both sides at a meeting here trial for the murder of the kidnaped Lindbergh baby James M Fawcett counsel for Hauptmann declared that Haupt mann would fight extradition to the end in the courts Fawcett made his announcement after a conference with the governor has in store for him and his counsel Charles Poletti Celebrate 1 Hh Blrthdny Hauptmanns counsel said he scholars cap His tutor and a spe cial detective accompanied him As the automobile left the school grounds on which Peter yesterday played games with his mates the new king looked straight ahead as though wondering the future Tiirn h 2 rolnnm 1 Songs We Love would apply tomorrow morning to Bronx county or Bronx supreme court for a writ of habeas corpus which if granted will in effect stay the governors tradition order temporarily He said he dl3 not ask the govi with Peter celebrated his eleventh birthday Sept 8 at Bled Yugo slavia He had looked forward to that day as one he could spend with father whom he loved affection ately But Alexander was too busy affairs of state and Peter There are 205 carefully selected and edited songs complete with words and music in Everybodys Song Book now being offered to its readers by this newspaper Ar rangements arc in keys which bring the music within the range of most voices The harmonization is pleasing This little boook is Bx9 inches in size had H4 pages with an attrac tive durable cover printed In colors One hns only to see it to apprecisU its value There is a wide selection of songs of all kinds The price is 20 cents postpaid to cover rost of manufacturing and handling Use this coupon upon being informed he could not last week for the murder of the kidnaped Lindbergh baby i more fun when Tarngrownup be Governor Lehman told me he cause then j can do l wish said that he was ready to grant the request of New Jersey that Hauptmann be sent there from New trial for the abduc like papa and sail and Today the father who was too busy lies dead from an assassins York to face tionmurder I son only 11 years old I did not ask a hearing because js king with airplanes motorcycles I preferred to carry the case direct and a troubled kingdom as his leg to the courts Fawcett said acy The Mason City GlobeGazette Information bureau Frederic J Haskin director Washington D C I enclose 20 rents in coin carefully wrapped for Every bodys Song Book Name Street v City State Mail to Washington T O Maximum Tuesday 70 local cattle buyer A district court lishment on the eage 01 waienoo ana universities etinc T preferred to carry the case direct and atroubled kingdom as his leg Minimum in Night 42 jury deliberated eight hours before The jury included 10 women and dress was delivered by Dr Norman proved by both sides at a meeting rea y At 8 A M 4fi returning the verdict todaytwo menFoerster of tht University of Iowa here EXPECT CROWD FOR GREATER MASON CITY DAY THURSDAY   

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