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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 19, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI FIVE CENTS A COP ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED W1RB SB MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 19 1934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS Of TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 7 GarnerStays in Texas Prefers His Home to Washington Life By HERBERT PLUMMER ASHINGTON Oct 19 political d o g days were en livened s o m e what by word from the white house that Pres ident Roosevelt had invited Jack Garner to quit his hunting and fishing in the Chaparral country of Texas and come to Washington for a conference on the futureof the new deal The time set for the meeting was the latter part of September The president was represented as being eager to take advantage of Robinson Believed in Auto Chased by Officers the vice presidents political judgment and experience in charting the ad ministrations future policies September has come and gone and Cactus Jack is still taking it easy at his home in Uvalde And therein lies a story Garner personally cancelled his proposed trip to Washington A few days prior to his scheduled meeting with Mr Roosevelt he wrote the president from Texas that the af fairs of state were progressing so satisfactorily under his direction that he saw no need for him com ing to Washington Mr Roosevelt didnt insist Garner will stay at home Among First to Leave Garner always has had an aver sion to Washington when congress is not in session In his more than 30 years experience around the cap ital almost invariably he is among the first to get out of town when congress adjourns and the last to return for a new session He has been known to reach Washington as late as 8 oclock the morning of the day he called the F R VOICES WARNING ON BONUS Usually itching short of a naoona fr emergency has been able to per suade him to leave his home in Texas and return to Washington Garners failure to keep his date with the president however does not mean in any sense say those on the inside here that his place in the esteem and affection of Mr Roose velt has lessened He still occupies a vital position in the new deal Had Important Role His part in the future course of the administration is expected to be just as conspicuous if not more so than it was in the last congress It was apparent to everyone long before the last session came to a close that Garner as vicepresident played a more vital role in the ad ministration than Dad any other oc cupant of that office in years No one perhaps except the presi dent and Garner himself know what he contributed to the success of the administrations program in the last session He was the white houses contact man with congress the man who composed divergent views and if necessary the one who laid down the law Hell continue as such in the fu ture perhaps to an even greater degree than in the past many be lieve KIDNAP FUGITIVE BELIEVED TO BE IN PHILADELPHIA Checkup on Abductor of Mrs Stoll Made in Wide Area PHILADELPHIA Oct 19 A man believed to be the kidnaper of Mrs Alice Speed Stoll roared to ward Philadelphia at 70 miles an hour today with Delaware state po lice in pursuit A search for the car containing three men was concen trated in southwest Philadelphia and adjoining towns Delaware policemen who chased the machine for more than 10 miles said they are certain one of the trio in it was Thomas H Robinson Jr who is the object of an intensive search throughout the southern and easternsections of the country The fleeing car was spotted last in Marcus Hook a Delaware river town about midway between Phila delphia and Wilmington Del It was said to be carrying Maryland li cense plates Motorcycle policemen and police squads in radio cars started a sys tematic search of southwest Phila delphia Township authorities or dered lookouts in upper Darby and Eddystone Arrest Thought Certain SPRINGFIELD Ohio Oct 19 J1 jump ahead of the law the manhuntedas thekidnaper of Mrs Alice along his trail today evidences of fear that his luck cannot hold his capture is inevitable Department of justice agents studying tell tale marks that Thomas H Robinson Jr tarried here during his foxlike flight from Indianapolis where the Louisville Ky society woman was held set out on new excursions occasioned apparently by fresh clews on the line of flight With reports rife that the fugi tive has been seen at Dayton Ohio and numerous other points Melvin Purvis department of justice ace and nemesis of the notorious John Dillinger sped out of the city after a hurried visit last night but kept Turn III Iaire 3 Column 1 OLIVER F REPP Room 32 Revealed as Former Place Where 32 Beer Was Sold BILLINGS Mont Oct 19 Edith M Kempthorne New York national field secretary of the Camp Fire Girls promised an interview if he would come to her hotel room 32 The hotel clerk told the reporter there was no number 32 With the assistance of bellhops Miss Kemp thornes room was found Over it was a Beer was once dispensed there FORECAST IOWA Cloudy showers prob able in east and central por tions Friday night and in ex treme east portion Saturday Warmer Friday night and in east and central portions Satur day MINNESOTA Mostly cloudy scattered showers to night and probably in extreme east portion Saturday morning warmer tonight and in east portion Saturday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday 44 Minimum in Night 42 At 8 A M Friday 44 Rainfall 18 A drizzling rain Friday morning welcomed eagerly by farmera who say the soil been getting dry again YOUTH HUNTED IN SLAYING OF TWO Discharged From Job After Attentions to Daughter of Victim COFFEYVILLE Kans Oct 19 and Oklahoma author ities today searched for 21 year old Raymond Knoel who officers said killed two persons and seri ously wounded another Cecil Thomas 38 oil field worker and Harry Hicks 40 his assistant were shot to death last night and the wife of the former was critical ly wounded Officers said the youth recently employed by the oil worker had been discharged for his alleged at tentions to Thomas 14 year old daughter Helen Knoel the authorities said fled from the Thomas home after the shooting but reappeared and triec to persuade the girl who with her four frightened brothers and sis ters were hiding in a cellar to flee with him When she refused to ac company him he left in Hicks car No Ransom Is Paid for N Y Youth Refuses to Give Aid to U S Agents in Investigation NEW YORK Oct 19 Esposito returned home late last night more than three days after hehad been reported kidnaped lor see police Our work is just beginning a federal agent said today He made this comment after a score of detectives bad gone home to bed thwarted in their desire to question the 23 year old son of An tonio Esposito junk yard owner They rushed to the Esposito home after a friend had delivered Lewis here Tm too tired to talk now I may tomorrow That was the word the young man gave police through his father We havent paid a cent the el der Esposito said Apparently those who took our son found that we were not wealthy found out that it was useless to try to get money from us The father said Lewis was tired and nervous but otherwise in good health He said two men had stepped into his sons automobile while he waited for a traffic light put taped glasses across his eyes and driven him off OLIVER F REPP TAKES POST OF GRAND MASTER Installed at Impressive Ceremony in Closing IOOF Session Oliver F Repp of Mason City was installed as the grand master of the grand lodge of Iowa Odd Fellows at the closingsession of the conven tion in Mason City at the I O O F temple Friday morning Mr Repp elected at the June meeting of the order together with other new officers of the grand odge was installed at an impressive ceremony attended by several hun dred members from all parts of the state Js Deputy Grand Master George B Sigourney was elevated to the deputy grand mas ters chair held by Mr Repp the past year while Harry Koepf Bur lington was installed as grand war den Other officers installed were W A Merriam Des Moines grand sec retary C D Evans Ottumwa grand treasurer C W Harris Ma son City grand marshal J L Hicks Failfield grand conductor A A Rideout Charles City chap lain C G Viall Mason City grand guardian and Fred Hall Iowa Falls grand herald The last four are selected by appointment by the gramrmgstefr Committee Chairmen Committee chairmen of the order Secretary Dern Looks at Locks at Keokuk in Inspecting Channel KEOKUK Oct 19 tary Dern made only the briefest of stops in Keokuk last night en route from Rock Island to St Louis Accompanied by Col Edmund L Daly and Maj R H Wheeler of Rock Island the war secretary motored from Rock Island tb the Keokuk locks where he boarded the U S Ellen to make the remainder of his trip by boat The secretary was hurriedly whisked aboard the steamer im mediately on his arrival and would grant no interviews He took only a passing glance at the Keokuk locks the enlargement of which he was informed by Colonel Daly di vision engineer will complete the nine foot channel project which he is inspecting on his present tour According io plans he was due in Grafton Mo and from there will mutor to St Louis are E Bebnke Ames R Off North English McSweeney Vic tor E Danielson Chero kee Mileage and per A Montgomery Stuart L Leming Des Moines Board of M Cort ner Des Moines Albert Huse Jr Iowa City and H W Hardy Hampton B Clinton Mar shalltown About 250 persons witnessed the installation ceremony which took place at 12 oclock just before the grand lodge adjournment About 50 of those in attendance were women Chevaliers from Phoenix Canton No 25 Patriarchs Militant of Ma son City with Past Capt A W Russell in command acted as es corts Was Installing Officer H F Wagner Sigourney pas grand master acted as the installing officer J M Hazlett Mason City Turn In raff 3 Column Yugoslavia Army Sent to Borders Troops Reported to Be Concentrating Near Hungary MARIBOR Yugoslavia Oct IB unconfirmed report from a usually reliable source said today that Yugoslavia was concentrating oops along the Hungarian border Neutral observers here regarded 16 situation along the Hungarian ugoslav frontier as dangerous Four Are Four former opponents of the egime of King Alexander were eed today from the government an against them They are Dr oroshetz former premier of Yu oslavia Dr Kulovec Dr Natlacea nd Dr Obrivec It was generally believed here hat a general amnesty soon would e granted all Croatian leaders ho are in prison Viewed as New Deal The release of these four prom nent leaders of the Slovenian cler cal party was viewed here as in ugurating a new deal in Yugo lavias internal policy and as the eath of the harsh military regime nstituted by King Alexander The amnesty affecting the Crca ian leaders at present in jail was xpected to be extended to a large lumber of Croatian political lead rs living abroad The liberation of 3r Koroshetz once Alexanders iremier and later one of bis most ormidable opponents was regarded announced policy to bring real po itical peace and unity among the acial groups of the kingdom of the Croats Serbs arid Slovenes Youth Puts Travels in Prize Winning Picture PITTSBURGH Pa Oct 19 The rainbows bend led an artisti cally inclined youth on a ramble from New York to Scranton and thence home by way of South Caro lina but he found a pot of gold at the end Peter Blume Conn 28 year of old Gaylordsville Russian born American who won first prize in the Carnegie institutes annual art exhibition said I decided to incorporate all I saw on my trip into this picture the coal country villages the sea and the battleships The picture itself South of Scranton blends several scenes with a distorted battle tower of a fighting ship as the central motif Apparently leaping from the tower are the representations of several men Critics terming Blume a sur realist lauded him for craftsman ship which they said is as fine as that of an old master while the viewpoint and technic are those of a modern American Second prize of went to Karl Hofer a German now resid ing in Switzerland for his Pastor al and third prize of to Sid ney Laufman of New York for his Spring Landscape IOWAN ARRESTED IN THEFT SERIES Escaped From Hospital fo Insane Stolen Goods Are Found IOWA CITY Oct 19 on a tip from H G Richardson deputy sheriff of Washington coun ty local police and county officer today arrested Stanley Lamb 38 who has terrorized southeaster Iowa during the last two months Lamb who escaped from the stat hospital for the insane at Independ ence Sept 8 was driving a stole car and had several hundred dollar worth of merchandise in his posses Eion The alleged stolen propert found in his car included severa dozen shirts cigarets underwea and watches He was carrying two revolver Police said that Lamb had stole the car at Columbus Junction las night and that he had robbed three stores at Ainsworth Wednesda night They asserted that he had stole cars at Muscatine Columbus Jun tion Walker and Fort Madison within the last month The officers waited on Highwa No 161 from Washington to low City and stopped the car They sa that Lamb did not try to escape o to shoot Lamb is wanted In Muscatin Washington Louisa and Linn coun ties but will probably be turne over to Washington county officer His home is in Louisa county nea Columbus Junction DAIRY ENTIRELY IN STATE IS NOT LICENSE LIABLE Judge Rules Secretary Cannot Regulate Business DES MOINES Oct 19 eral Judge Charles A Dewey ruled here today that the secretary of agriculture cannot license or regu late the business of a dairy when it is conducted entirely within a state The federal judge made the rul ing today when he signed an order denying the governments plea for a temporary injunction against the iillcrest dairy of Des Moines Not Subject to 1rnvisions Defense attorneys said the effect of the courts decision is that Iowa milk producers and distributors ariose business is conducted entire y within the state are not subject to provisions of the AAA milk li censes The government had sought the injunction on the grounds the dairy had violated provisions of the agri cultural adjustment act and the milk license promulgated for the Des Moines sales area under the statute Reasons Are Giveu The government contended that all milk produced in the Des Moines sales area is in the current ofinterstate cpmmercejnd that could be regulated by the Federal govern ment whether or not the dairy it self is engaged in interstate corn MANILA FEARS ANOTHER STORM Typhoon Approach Report ed as Streets Cleared of Previous Debris MANILA P I Oct 19 Still clearing its streets of the debris strewn about by Tuesdays typhoon Hanila became nervous today at the approach of another tropical VON KLUCK DIES ALEXANDER VON KLUCK storm A warning that a typhoon was leaded in this direction was issued jy the bureau at 9 a m Five hours later a second announce ment said it was apparently sweep ng along the same path as Tues days hurricane which claimed 78 ives according to a death lisl compiled by the newspaper La Van uardia Father Miguel Selga meteorolo gist said the center of the new yphoon at 2 p m was 100 miles east of southern Luzon island al most exactly the same position as its predecessor at a corresponding time The intensity of the new gale and its exact path remained to be determined Gov Gen Frank Murphy an nounced he had been advised from Washington D C that the Red Cross is releasing for ty phoon relief and more will be forth coming if necessary Flyers Are Hopeful of Good Weather for Saturday Race Start MILDENHALL AIRDROME En nierce In opposing the government claims the dairy declared the AAA unconstitutional in delegating legis lative powers to the secretary of agriculture that the license and its provisions are arbitrary and un reasonable and hence invalid as not being due process of law that the Des Moines license by its own terms belies its interstate charac ter and is beyond the power dele gated to the federal government and that the business of the Hill crest dairy is not in the current of interstate commerce and is there fore not subject to federal control Congress Power Irrelative We consider the courts deci sion stated the latter defense as determinative of the questions pres ented Under the state of facts pres ented it is unnecessary to pass upon the questions of the power of con gress to control business engaged in interstate commerce under the ag ricultural adjustment act nor the constitutionality of its delegation of Turn tn InEi X fiiliinin EXTRADITION IS FOUGHT AGAINST Hauptmann Seeks to Hurdle Judicial Tradition in Appeal Hearing NEW YORK Oct 19 Bruno Richard Hauptmann at tempts to hurdle judicial tradition today in his fight to escape extra dition to New Jersey as slayer of the Lindbergh baby Loser in habeas corpus proceed ings his counsel will open an appeal Led Forces in Attacks Near Paris German General Wat Wounded During World War BERLIN Oct 19 Alexander von Kluek died at h home today He was 88 years ol Theaged field marshal long ha been saddened by the death of h only grandchild Alexandra wh suffered fatal injuries in a mote accident near Bordeaux last Marc Von Klucks name stood 01 among those of German milita leaders as the man whose fore nearly tnok Paris in 1914 Thin Tide Turned Tt was von Kluck as command of the German first army in th west whose name was in ever bodvs mouth when official bulletin announced on Sept 3 1911 that h cavalry patrols were sweepin westward of Paris Great was th jubilation in the fatherland for a ter barely a month of fighting auguries pointed to another peac of Versailles like the one that ende the FrancoPrussian conflict J87071 and evolved into proclama tion of a greater Germany Then the tide turned Von Kluck troops were diverted to help Gen eral von Buelows second arm which had gotten into difficult through a French counter mov Tacticians have stated that c Kluck here missed a chance not likely often to occur in war Wounded by Shrapnel The outcome of the battle of the Marne dashed German hopes of cap turing Paris and von Kluck with drew to the Aisne position where he was seriously wounded March 29 1915 by shrapnel splinters while surveying positions in the front trenches near Chateau Vauxel He had to give up his command and was placed on the retired list in URGES VETS TO CONSIDER NEEDS OF FORGOTTEN Address Considered as Opposed to Cash Payment TEXT ON PAGE 10 ROANOKE Va Oct 19 Without mentioning the bonus resident Roosevelt told the na ions veterans today they were better off than any other great roup of citizens and called to their ttention the needs of the under rivileged forgotten in every io ality Dedicating the new vet rans hospital near here the chief xecutive pledged anew the admin stration policy that disabled and ick veterans shall be accordedthe best treatment which medical and iurgical science can supply Words Considered Warning But he appealed to the war vet rans to help eliminate the under rivilegcd groups the existence of which he said were a definite drag against the return to prosperity With the American Legion con vention at Miami only a few days off the presidents remarks were plainly a warning that the govern ment was in no position to cash the bonus at this time It must remain our constant ob jective to eliminate the causes of depression and the drags on pros perity Mr Roosevelt said Assures Business Circles It will cost money to do this he asserted and at the same time gave an assurance toBusiness and financial circles witK ment In the spending of this money we must have due regard for the good credit of the government of the United States That means that we can not spend at once or in any given year all that we could usefully spend The president asked the veterans to recall that other classes were in a worse state than their own and reiterated the statement in his in augural address that we must do first things first The care of the disabled the sick the destitute and the starving is the first thing Says Veterans Approve To this the veterans of Amer ican wars he said give their ap proval in agreement with the over whelming majority of our other citizens The president said he made this statement to the veterans not only because he was confident of their patriotism and their understanding of the nations needs also because October of the following year Taking up residence first in Koenigsberg then in the pleasant western suburb of Grunewald in Berlin he employed his leisure in writing a couple of books on the conduct of the war on the western front nnf 1Q HPI Votoran flvors ingS HIS COUIISE1 will open all earing by requesting the appellate cocked anxious eyes at the skies to day as they made final preparations for a race halfway around the world Some 21 planes will soar away tomorrow in quest of the fat prizes that await the winners at Mel bourne The race is in two sections speed and handicap and several pi lots have entered both The entrants are fervently hoping for good weather for the 11323 mile trail will take them over sea mountains and desert Air Liner With 10 Aboard Is Missing MELBOURNE Australia Oct 19 air liner with 10 passen gers aboard was missing today on the Launceston Tasmania to Mel bourne route The plane flying the 265 mile sea route from Launces ton across Bass strait to Mel bourne left at the usual time but has not been seen Killed by Shotgun Trap He Had Set for Robbers HUNTERSV1LLE N Car Oct IP piMonroe C Grovers country division if the supreme court to storekeeper always feared burglars consider new evidence A member Ten years ago he contrived so the federal and state governments had given to them many privileges not accorded to other citizens and for the reason that World was vet erans today were in the prime of Ijfe and better off from the point of view nf employment anrl of an nual income than the average of any other great group of our citi zens Symbolic of Cure Mr Roosevelt said the hospital he was dedicating the first veterans institution to be constructed since he took office served as a symbolic and bold denial of ay careless state iTurn In Iaili3 Ciilumn 11 Songs Always Popular of the court told the attorney James M Fawcett last night that he could make a motion to that ef fect He gave the lawyer no assur ance however that it wudld be granted New evidence ordinarily is barred in appeal cases but Fawcett con siders the testimony of two addi tional witnesses vital to Haupt manns alibi The Bronx carpenter insists he was in New York on March 1 1932 the day that Charles Lindbergh Jr was kiuiaped from his home near Hopewell N J Attorney General David T Wi lentz of New Jersey calling the witnesses stories grossly inacur ate said he did not believe they could influence the case They tended to show that Hauptmann worked in New York until 5 p m the day of the kidnaping The baby was stolenf rom his crib 60 miles away Urne between und 10 p m that anyone entering the store at night would automatically pull the trigger of a shotgun trained on the door Before entering the store himself the 73 year old merchant would detach a string making harmless his contraption The other day he forgot The gun was discharged for the first time in a decade It felled the storekeep er Yesterday he died in a Charlotte sanitorium In response to many requests we repeat our offer of Everybodys song carefully selected and edited collection of songs that never grow old There are 205 songs complete with words and music indexed collection includes Stephen Foster songs songs of early days folk songs cowboy songs patriotic songs Christmas songs college songs etc Besides the words and music Everybodys song book tells when and under what circumstances The StarSpangled Banner America Home Sweet Home and other songs were written The price is only 20 cents mere cost and handling charge Use coupon American Lutherans Conclude Convention WAVERLY Oct 19 The biennial national convention of the American Lutheran church closed here with a review of foreign mis sion activities during the last two years The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Frederic J Hnskin director Washington D C nclose 10 cents in coin to cover fully wrapped for Everybodys Song Book Name Street City Stata Mail to Washington n C   

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