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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 20, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                US ft 1 UT OF I 0 Final IOWA U IOWA STATE PITTSBURGH MINNESOTA NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME 1 J S 4 Final 1 J X 4 Klmil X 4 Fliml CHICAGO INDIANA OHIO STATE COLGATE NORTE DAME CARNEGIE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIOHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI rrvTC CENTS A COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SRKV1CB MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 1934 CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 8 I Land Buying Is Watched Makes Amends for Settlement Errors By HERBERT FLUMMER ASHINGTON Oct re cent disclosure that the federal government had bought a million acres of wornout farm lands has focused renewed interest on one of the most far reaching experi ments o f the new deal It represents an effort on the part of Uncle Sam to make at least partial amends for mis takes made in the land settlement program of the last century Some idea of how extensive were these mistakes may be had in esti v mates compiled by the land policy section of the agricultural adjust ment administration that from 750 000 to 1000000 families are now on land so poor that to make a com fortable living from farming even in prosperous times is impossible The present situation officials say was brought about by the haphazard way the agricultural lands of the country were settled Homestead seekers first settled in the good lands along river bottoms When these were exhausted the pio neering spirit pushed more and more of the settlers to the more unde sirable sections of the western plains A Losing Battle This backwash of settlement left many families holding farms on rocky and steep land The descend ants of these first families since have fought alosing battle and to make an adequate living There are considerable areas of which the average cash income per farm seldom has been as high a year Department of agriculture esti mates of acreage which ultimately should be taken out of cultivation range between 30000000 and 40 000000 acres Buying operations are being con ducted in practically all sections of the country An allotment of 000000 of public works money has been made for the retirement ot these submarginal lands The fed eral emergency relief administra tion has an additional Torn t Page t Column W lowan Hurt in 4th Story Fall Is Dead SIOUX CITY Oct 20 Seihl 60 salesman from Cherokee died early today in a Sioux City hos pital from injuries suffered when he fell from a fourth story window of a hotel early Wednesday Farmers to Be Guests NORA SPRINGS Oct commercial club will give a ban quet Monday evening at the Wood man hall Each member is inviting a farmer as his guest In connection with the Commercial club banquet the American Legion is giving the junior baseball team a banquet FORECAST JOWA Generally fair and eooler Saturday night Sunday fair cooler in extreme west portion MINNESOTA Mostly cloudy rain in northeast cooler In extreme west portion to night Sunday generally fair somewhat wanner in west por tion IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 62 Minimum in Night 43 At 8 A M Saturday H Rainfall 65 The largest rainfall of the month fell the past 24 hours WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO Oct 20 er outlook for the period Oct 22 to Oct 27 For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and the northern and central great plains Generally fair except possibility of showers about Tuesday and again toward end of week temperatures mostly near normal IOWA STATE AHEAD 170 AT HALF Mollisons Reach Baghdad First in Air Race AHEAD AFTER 2 DUTCH TEAMS IN LEAD IN ATHENS Airplanes Speed on in LondonMelbourne Contest By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BAGHDAD Oct 20 and Amy Mollison arrived in Baghdad tonight the first of the Londonto Melbourne air racers to reach this controi point They had covered 2530 miles in their big British De Haviland plane since they took off from Mil denhall airdrome at a m G M T The whole pack was led out of Athens by K D Parmentier and J J Moll flying an American Douglas plane One hour and 28 minutes behind them leaving Athens were their fellow country men D L Asjes and G L Gey sendorfer flying a Panderj 43 Minutes Behind Turner and Pangborn flying their American Boeing plane pulled into Athens just 43 minutes after the Parmentier ship had left American partisans were Jolted by the withdrawal from the race of Miss Jacqueline Cochran and Wesley Smith of New York after they reached Bucharest after making the 1300mile hop in the good time of nine and onequarter hours Covered 4000 Miles Miss Cochran and her partner set their ship down on Pera airdrome at p m Eastern European time Miss Cochran said that although the trip from England was smooth she had decided to fly no farther They had covered the approximately 1300 miles direct line in nine and a quarter hours Take Off at Dawn MILDENHALL AIRDROME Eng Oct 20 a grey and gold dawn 20 pilots in a span of 16 minutes roared away today on the England to Australia air derby Led by the flying Mollisons and followed by the others in rapid suc cession like hornets emerging from a hive the air procession began its trek over sea mountain and desert with Baghdad as the first required stop Col Roscoe Turner and Clyde Pangborn were Americans to get away Steer Different Routes From the hopoffs the racers quickly steered different routes The speedsters including the two Americans hit for the nearest Eng lish coastal point near Harwich in the Baghdad beeline The handicap contestants headed south crossing the Thames between London and the Estuary The first permissible stop is Mar seille France The speed craft was out of Eng Turn to Pace 1 Column Tt FLYER HOPS OFF FROM AUSTRALIA KingsfordSmith Starts on Flight for U S by Way of Honolulu BRISBANE Australia Oct 21 Sunday Charles Kings fordSmith hopped off at 4 a m today 1 p m Saturday Eastern standard time on his attempt to fly to the United Honolulu States by way of Kammeier to Talk at Social Work Session DES MOINES Oct 20 W Kammeier executive secretary of the Iowa Tuberculosis associa tion will be one of the principal speakers at the tristate conference for social work at Sioux City Oct 24 through 27 for delegates from Iowa Nebraska and South Dakota it was announced here SCENE OF HUNT FOR KIDNAPER Victim Recaperates KENTUCKY THREE INDICTED BY GRAND JURY IN KIDNAP CASE Younger Robinson Given Actual Abduction Charge LOUISVILLE Ky Oct 20 he fugitive Thomas H Robinson r and his wife and father were in icted by a special federal grand ury here today on charges making ossible in event of conviction the leath penalty for all three in con ection with the kidnaping of Mrs dice Speed Stoll The same penalty under the law nay be inflicted upon all three District attorney Thomas J Sparks aid in reply to a question about the ndictments Asked if he intended to press for he extreme penalty for all three he That depends upon the proof as o two but as to Robinson Jr I say mhesitatingly that I will do so All for Conspiracy Charging the actual abduction of the young society woman for whon 50000 ransom was paid to the Robinson the joint indict This map shows major spots involved la the manhunt for Thomas H Robinson Jr named by the department of justice as the kidnaper of Mrs Alice Speed Stoll of Louisville After Robinson clews had been variously reported from Canton HI Chicago South Bend Toledo and Lima the search shifted to Springfield Ohio when the car Robinson was believed to have used was found there abandoned near rooming house whero he presumably stayed F R Gets Degree of Law Doctor Expresses Praise of Broad Education US in WILLIAMSBURG Va Oct 20 definite place exists in Am erican life for a broad liberal and nonspecialized education Presi dent Roosevelt asserted today at William and Mary college where he was awarded the degree of doctor of laws Every form of cooperative en deavor cries out for men and wo men who in their thinking pro cesses will know something of the broader aspects of any given prob lem he said Restoration Is 1raised Government is greatly using men and women of this ple who have the nonspecialized point of view and who at the same time have a general and extraor dinary comprehensive knowledge not of the details but of the pro gress and the purposes which un derlie the work of the specialists themselves He also spoke in praise of the restoration through the efforts of John D Rockefeller Jr of Wil liamsburgs original colonial build ing and streets Shortly after leaving his special train this morning the president visited the old capital building and led a procession formally opening the restored Duke of Gloucester street Publisher Congratulated At the ceremony inaugurating John Stewart Bryan Richmond publisher as the nineteenth presi dent of William and Mary Mr Roosevelt congratulated Mr Bryan on the opportunity of service that lies before you He then told of his first visit to Williamsburgmore than 20 years ago He was picked up by an old Negro in a horse and buggy after starting out to walkit from James town Then there was no capitol build ing there was no palace of the roy al governors there was no Raleigh Tavern he said referring to the inroads of modern buildings in the former colonial setting Return Provides Thrill What a thrill it has been to me to return today he said and to WEALTHY BAKER NAMED SLAYER Weitzman Is Charged With Slaying of Advertising Concern Executive CHICAGO Oct 19 Weitzman wealthy baker today was booked for the murder of Eli T Daiches executive of an advertising concern named as the beneficiary of the victims insurance policy and headed by Weitzmans brother First Assistant States Attorney Wilbert Crowley announced the booking stripping away the mantle of mystery which had cloaked the sensational case since Daiches was shot to death last March 3 by shot gun assassins who cut him down as his chauffeur drove him along the crowded outer drive on the south side The slaying occurred as Daiches was on his way to the Chicago of fice of the Thomas M Bowers Ad vertising Agency Some time before his death Daiches had transferred most of his interest in the firm to Louis Weitzman New York chair man of the company Daiches in surance policy listed the advertis ing agency as the beneficiary Irving Weitzman had been for questioning last Tuesday but re leased yesterday on a habeas corpu writ He was arrested shortly afte 5 p m today at the St Pair hotel where he had registered under thi name of Homer White after Arthu Emblen Gary Ind had confessei he had made an unsuccessful at tempt to beat Daiches to death som months before the victim was as sassinated Planes Sent Out to Search for Missing Air Liner 10 Aboarc MBLBOURNE Australia Oct 20 xvere sent out toda in search for the missing air line Miss Hobart in the vicinity 0 Wilsons promontory at Victori eight miles from where the liner last messages were sent Five miles off shore searcher observed a patch of oil on the se but there was nothing definitely t enable them to connect this with the piane The air liner has been missing with 10 passengers aboard sine yesterday when it took off on th regular 265mile sea route from Launceston across Bass strait acy It also declared that they did while Mrs Stoll was in their cus ody beat injure bruise and harm and aidedand abetted each other ir beating injuring bruising and larming the woman The Lindbergl aw as amended provides the tria ury may recommend death sen ences where such injury is proved The trial judge may or may not fol ow that recommendation Federal District Judge Charles 1 Dawson before whom the joint in dictment was returned after an houi and 40 minutes deliberation by the special grand jury asked U S Dis rict Attorney Thomas JSparks whether young Robinson if caugh could be held without bond Named in Joint Warrant I will look into that and advise replied the district attorney I will hold him without bond i it can be done Judge Dawson said Thomas H Robinson Sr fathe of the former insane asylum in mate and Mrs Frances Robinson the latters wife were named in th joint warrant issued shortly afte Mrs Stolls release upon paymen of the ransom The elder Robinso was freed in bond in Nash ville The wife was held in defaul of 550000 Mrs Stoll herself went into th Hauptmann Now Held in New Jersey Will Face Trial in Month on Murder of Baby FLEMINGTON N J Oct 20 lT Richard Hauptmann is a prisoner of the state of New Jersey oday and within a month he must ace trial for the murder of the Lindbergh baby He is lodged in a solitary cell in he Hunterdon county jail close by he courthouse in which he will be ricd Hauptmann was brought to the iail by New Jersey authorities last night a few hours after he had lost his fight to prevent his extradition from New York The appellate di vision of the New York supreme court denied his appeal and his re moval to New Jersey was affected forthwith Plan Trinl in Month Gaining at last custody of the man they formally charged less than two weeks ago with the Itid naprnurder the New Jersey au thorities made plans to bring the stolid German carpenter to tria within a month The first step will be Hauptmann arraignment Atty Gen David T Wilentz who accompanied Haupt rnann here on a quick trip from New York said it willbeheld at Football Scores FIRST PERIOD tolfrate 0 Ohio State 0 orgia Tech 0 Michigan 0 South Dakota State 0 North Da kota If 0 0 Vale 24 ioly Cross 7 Harvard 6 Icnii State 12 Lchigh fl ivansas 0 Kansas State 0 Louis 7 Missouri 0 Ohio U0 Miami 0 Navy fi Columbia 7 St Marys 0 Fordham 7 SECOND PERIOD Holy Cross 7 Harvard 6 Colguln t Ohio Statn 3 Georgia Tech 0 Michigan I Brown I Yalo 31 Soxvjinee 0 Army 20 Northwestern fi Colby 0 FINAL Cortland Normal 0 St Lawrence Frosh 32 Princeton Merccrsburg Prep Freshmen 20 grand jury room during the delib erations to tell of her experience She was accompanied by her bus band Berry V Stoll and her moth er Mrs William S Speed Mrs Sto looked anxious as she went into th grand jury room She came ou more composed and smiling Sh wore a blue felt hat dark blue an white checkered coat The Hire were surrounded by federal agents Maid on Stand Ann Woolet the maid who was found by Berry Stoll bound to a chair and who told police the kid naper slugged Mrs Stoll was amongthe principal witnesses be fore the grand jury Her husband Fowler Woolel caretaker on the 16acre estate and Melvin H Pur vis of Chicago were among other principal witnesses Purvis who headed the Dillinger squad was in command of the federal agents who overtook Mrs Stoll on her way home the night of Oct 16 Young Mrs Robinson who claimed she worked with the au thorities towards release of the victim declared through counsel to day she did so at the instance of Fred M Sackett former U S sen ator and former ambassador to Ger many The announced position of the elder Robinson was that he had aided the authorities in trying to I release Mr Stoll Expectations were that the gov ernment would invoke the Lindj bergh law because the kidnaper carried the young society matron from one state into another Young Robinson apparently had escaped the net federal officers set for him Clews from a half dozen states led only to blind alleys Federal agents in California were informed the elusive kidnaper was the convenience of Supreme Court Justice Thomas W Trenchard probably in three or four days The decision which ended Haupt manns fight against extradition was handed down last night by five justices of the appellate divis ion who upheld Justice Ernest E L Hammer of the Bronx in refusing to grant a writ of habeas corpus ifter Governor Lehman of New York had signed extradition papers Held in Conflict Before the opinion was handed down James M Fawcett Haupt manns counsel had sought to in troduce evidence to show that Hauptmann was in New York the day of the kidnapingand succeed ing days This evidence was in the form of an affidavit by Joseph M Furcht that Hauptmann had worked for him at an apartment hotel on March 1 1932 and on succeeding days The court however held that this contention is in direct conflict with documentary evidence already in the record In any event this additional evi dence is cumulative and not in itself conclusive and there still exists a definite conflict of evidence upon this record Removal Made Quickly After the decision was announced Fawcett said he would appeal no further and steps to take Haupt mann to New Jersey were quickly taken Attorney General Wilentz and New Jersey state troopers took the court order to the Bronx county jail and a few minutes later Haupt mann was turned over to them Handcuffed to two state police men he was placed in an official car of the state of New Jersey and whisked across the Hudson to this little town less than 10 miles from the Hopewell home from which the Lindbergh baby was carried to his death The car was preceded by a motorcycle escort and was followed by a number of other oars bearing j state detectives and officials Church of Germany Is Split Open Secession Occurs as Synod Resolution Is Adopted BERLIN pct20 split the protestant church of Ger many today with a resolution of th confessional synod claiming 80 pe cent of Protestant churchgoers or clering all churcii councils to refus obedience to reichs church author ties and to follow the synods order alone The synod chief opposition to Hit lers German Christian church adopted the resolution virtual unanimously climaxing a year anc a half of bitter opposition to a reichs church dictatorship The document asserted that we communicate this statement to the reichs government and demand that it shall also recognize that in ecclesiastical affairs the church has sole jurisdiction under the super visory powers of the state The German Christian church reared by the nazis was sought to achieve a dream of a single slate controlled church was cleft by so much acrimonious debates that Chancellor Hitler after months of delay has summoned reichschurch leaders to meet him and his ad visers FUMBLES PROVE COSTLY IN IOWA U TEAMS UPSET Cyclones Entirely Out Play Hawks in I st Two Periods AMES Oct 20 States inprising Cyclones smashing hrough the big Hawkeye line took i 17 to 0 lead over Iowa at the end f the half in their intrastate foot iall contest here today before 20 00 wildly cheering lowans The Cyclones completely out layed their Big Ten opponents hroughout the half the Iowa State lacks cutting through the Iowa line or consistent gains while a stub born defense kept the Hawkeyes rom making any serious scoring gesture Fred Poole sophomore end counted the first points with a 30 vaid field goal late in the first quarter Tommy Neal the sensational sophomore quarterback put on the real scoring touch however in the t period when he flashed around the ends for two touchdowns Starl on Ames 25 Theophilus won the toss and elect ed to defend the south goal Craynp kicked off to Miller on Iowas 10 yard line and the Iowa State quar ter returned to the 25 yard line Miller was thrown for a two yard loss on the first play by Osraaloski and Fred Poole punted to the Iowa 10yard line wBerev itwasdowned by Hammons was play ing on the defense Simmons after taking a lateral from Crayne danced his way for a 15 yard gain On a reverse Hild marie two yards over Iowa State right tackle On a spinner Crayne 1 1niiH 2 71 9 DROWNED IN SHIP EXPLOSION Victims Overcrowd Rowboat After Blast Only One Rescued WINNIPEGOSIS Man Oct explosion in a NORSEMEN BEAT PANTHERS 137 Minnesota Downs Pittsburgh in Intersectional Battle PITTSBURGH Oct burghs previously undefeated Pan thers succumbed to UIP mighty Norsemen of Minnesota IS to 7 in an intersectional battle here today before a crowd of 64800 Running Open Punting Duel Pug Lund Minnesotas all American captain promptly tangled with Miller Munjas in a kicking duel in which neither team could gain as the ends Frank Larseu for the Gophers Rooker and Sei fert for Pitt covered brilliantly down the field The first break came to Pitt as Izzy Weinstock broke through left tackle for 29 yards to Minnesotas 41 but Mike 2 Column fit schooner sent nine persons ing three children to their 20 fishing inciud deaths yesterday One man of the parly of ten was rescued The nine were drowned when Quad City Milk Price Is Reduced in Order WASHINGTON Oct 20 Secretary Wallace today signed an amendment to the milk license for the Quad Cities of Illinois and Iowa reducing the price for class one milk by 15 cents 100 pounds they crawled into a rowboat over loading it and capsizing the smaller craft The victims were Mr and Mr I Wilvert Goodman and their three children Oliver Rnlla and Vera Oliver Johnson Mary HarriFon Esleley Arnson and May Rickel The fishing schooner caught fire while enroute from Winnipcgosis to Papoose Island 65 miles north of here The blaze started near the gasoline tank which exploded WHY WAIT The GlobeGazette will he on the street Satur day evening at 7 oclock with scores and full ac counts of the days foot ball games Why wait until Sun day for Saturdays news in Liquor Taxes Are Paid in i DBS MOINES Oct 20 Iowa liquor control commission an I notinced issuance of a voucher for i S1333927 to the state tax rommis sion paying retail sales taxrs on i merchandise sold by the commission for the quarter ending Sept 20 Cook Book Welcome Your guests will ask How dirt you make it if jou use this book The good housewife is constantly concerned to get variety into her daily menus and her menus for special occasions Everybodys Cook Book is a first aid in that re spect for it was carefully compiled for that very purpose and it will find a welcome in every kitchen It includes a wide selection of recipes all of which have been tested and found practicable and none ot which is commonplace With it ynu can work out your food program for a week in a very few minutes With nearly 300 tested recipes it also contains marketing advice time tables for cooking general rales for laying the table and serving Use coupon Tfirn Pftcft 3 Oiltimn fi Man Who Escaped at Fort Madison Caught HOUSTON Texas Oct 20 W L Wilson 27 of Birmingham Ala who said he escaped Oct 3 i from the state farm at Kort Madi son was arrested in front of re i lief headquarters here The Mason City Information Bureau Frederic HasUin director Washington C I inclose cents in roiti icaro fully wrapped for Everybody Cook Book Name Street City Slate ail to Washington H CI   

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