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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 26, 1934, Mason City, Iowa i OF O I i NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI FIVE CENTS A COPT ASSOCIATED PKBSS LEASED WJKB MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 1934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 13 ish Clamor Will Be Raised Effort in House to Liberalize Rules Doomed By HERBERT PLUMMKR ASH1NGTON Oct 26 clamor for liber alization of the rules of the house in the next congress will be raised but no one here expects it will amount to anything It will come from many of the democrats who in the last congress were prevented from exercising little more than voting member ship Republicans will support such a move because they will be in the minority They wont get very far how er it is believed because the iaders themselves will be against Probably not one of the 10 or fire candidates for speaker would ijmmit himself in advance on the jiibject even if it meant votes for It is generally conceded that the Democrats will retain if not in their overwhelming majority in the seventyfourth congress That will make it necessary for strict j and rigid organization in the house 5 if the administrations legislative program is to be enacted Rule Embarrassing Experience has shown that an unbridled house is capable of wreck ing the most carefully laid plans of the administration In the last session there were numerous in stances when the leaders were X forced to clamp downwith the greatest severity to insure the safe ty of the administrations program The socalled discharge ch permits 145 of the 435 mem the houses to force a vote I any the leaders The Id other measures were forced to vote by means of this rule Plans were afoot even before the close of the last session to kill this rule and make it necessary for a majority of the house to force a vote on legislation Whatever the leadership setup in the coming congress may be it is v regarded as certain that the rule will be amended and tie gag ap 7 plied as frequently as in the past V Senate Is Different The senate leadership has no situation with which to contend as the house The relatively smaller membership and greater prestige of senators make it unnecessary for the leaders to resort to gagging tactics Only to extreme cases is the rule of cloture invoked A senator has more avenues upon which to approach his constituents than has a member of the house He can talk to his hearts content any time he desires and air his views on anything he pleases at any length The average member of the house unless he be in the circle of leaders has little opportunity to do more than cast his vote He may secure time to make a speech on a dull day but even these receive scant publicity Then too a senator if duly elected serves for six years and is able to concentrate on other thin than reelection A member of the house comes up every two years for reelection and must of neces sity keep himself as faras possible before his constitutents ND AAA VOTE WILL BE SOON Florida Lynching Mob Storms Jail in Alabama LETS FATHER OF Board of Control on Tour of Inspection DES MOINES Oct 26 Iowa state board of control visited the state hospital at Mount Pleas ant and the state penitentiary at Fort Madison Friday on its semi annual inspection tour FORECAST IOWA Partly cloudy wann er in the eastern and south central portions Friday night Saturday mostly cloudy and much cooler possibly showers in the northeast portion MINNESOTA Cloudy show ers in extreme east portion Fri day night Saturday partly cloudy and colder IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday 57 Minimum in Night 35 At 8 A M Friday 40 The temperature reached a new minimum near the freezing point Thursday night MURDERED GIRL JUDGE ON NEGRO Armed Group of Abou 100 Denies Plan to Harm Victim BULLETIN CHIPLEY Fla Oct 2fi John P Harroll of Washington county today said he had received information that the mob which tools Claude Neal Negro from a jail at Brewton Ala early this morn ing would tie him to a stake at the place where Lola Cannidy of Greenwood was found mur dered andlet the girls father kill the Negro BREWTON Ala Oct 26 armed mob of about 100 men itormcd the Bscambia county jai here today between 2 and 3 a m and seized Claude Neal 23 year olc Negro who allegedly confessed yes erday to the attack and murder of Miss Lola Cannidy 23 at Green wood Fla a week ago Sheriff G S Byrne said the men came to the jail in 30 automobiles bearing Florida license plates Were going to take him to Marianna Fla and turn him over to the girls father and let him do what he wants to with him lead ers of the mob told Jailer Jake Shanholster Nothing More Heard At 9 a m today nothing had seen heard from the mob or itt captive Sheriff Byrne said Shanholster covered by the pistob of the mob leaders unlocked the Negros cell door said the sheriff They assured Mr Shanholster they were not going to harm him Neal and were going to turn him over to Miss Cannidys father at Marianna said Sheriff Byrne Of course I know something has al eady happened to him Other Cars Trail Jail attaches said the Negro was placed in the first of the 30 cars and that the others trailed behind 7hey said no attempt was made to ollow Well tear your jail up and let all the prisoners out if you dont urn him over to us Byrne said he mob informed the jailer He was covered with guns and t was about all he could do said Sheriff Byrne who added Neal left here alive Girls Body Found The body of Miss Cannidy was ound beneath a mound of pine joughs near her home in Florida ast Friday She had been beaten ver the head and a hammer was ound neai the body The Negro was arrested after witnesses at a coroners inquest testified tracks led from the scene to the house occupied by Neal where officers reported finding blooci stained clothing Sheriff Byrne announced last night the Negro had confessed he attacked the woman and killed her TWO MEN KIDNAP 9 YEAR OLD GIRL Police of 3 States Notified to Be on Watch for Abductors THEIR ROMANCE DELAYED RAFAEL LOPEZ DE ONATE ELLEN WILSON McADOO Ellen McAdoo Doesnt v Denies Eloping HARTFORD Conn Two men snatched Oct 26 9 year old Patricia Henry from the yard of St Josephs parochial school this afternoon and drove off with her in an automobile bearing New York license plates Police of three states were notified Teletype and telephone messages to Connecticut New xork and Massachusetts police asked them to halt a blue sedan The child who lives with her grandmother was on her way back to school after the uoou recess The men drove up to the school yard at p m eastern stand ard The occurrence was wit nessed by a woman who notified the police Police were told the automobile sped toward Farmington 40 and 8 Elects lowan MIAMI Fla Oct 26 Pell of Marshalltown Iowa was elected ndvocat national of the American Legions 40 and S fun organization Philippine Born Film Actor LOS ANGELES Oct 26 Pi Ellen Wilson McAdoo isnt married doesnt intend to obtain a license today and doesnt know when she will marry The 19 year old granddaughter of ie late President Woodrow Wilson returned home early today to deny she had eloped with Rafael Lopez de Onate Philippine born film ac tor She came back after leaving home at 11 a m yesterday without saying a word to anyone She ex jlained her absence by saying she md de Onate had been calling on friends Plans Are Indefinite I have no statement to make other than I made before said Miss McAdoo Our marriage plans are indefinite She has been threatened with disinheritance by both her mother and her father Senator William ibbs McAdoo if she goes through with the wedciicg to the 38 year old actor Her parents are divorced Miss McAdoo and de Onate had planned to return to Riverside to day to obtain their marriage icense Waits for Proof The county clerk at Riverside vithout saying who if anyone had asked him not to issue the license aid he would not give the couple a license until de Onate had con ilusively proved he was not part De Onate claims he was jorn of Spanish parents in Manila William H Neblett law partner if Senator McAdoo declared the marriage was definitely manently off While Miss McAdoo was absent rom her home last night Neblett aid it seems Ellen has made up er mind to do something foolish ilrs Eleanor Wilson McAdoo the other a daughter of President iVilson was prostrate in bed as a esult of the situation Neblett said Hunt Hamilton After Fight Kidnaping of Rural Mail Carrier KANSAS CITY Oct 26 Raymond Hamilton youthful Texas desperado with a death sentence hanging over him was hunted to day as one of two men who kid naped William Lane Missouri rural mail carrier in a mad dash to es cape officers with whom they en gaged in a gunfight Capt William J Baxter of the Missouri highway patrol said two of his patrolmen who participated in the encounter near Buffalo Mo Wednesday had identified the es caped Texas convict as one of the men The gunfight took place when two Missouri patrolmen attempted in stop Hamilton and his compan ion for questioning IOWANS VICTIMS OF 4 CON GAMES 9 Head of Cattle in Cash Toll Taken by Swindlers DES MOINES Oct 26 head of cattle and in cash was the toll today in four different confidence games in which lowans were victims At Omaha Henry Schrapfroth 72 a blacksmith of Battle Creek lost 2700 in a soft drink venture In stead of producing a promised profit of a big financier left him holding a large payroll which turned out to be bogus money wrapped in bills A lesson in stud poker with two chance acquaintances cost L A An derson of Elk Horn a farmer Sl 240 in a card game which started in Omaha and ended in Des Moines Money Wrapped Up At Sioux City a spiritualist of fered to bless a package contain ing belonging to Mrs Aldine Bullock The money wrapped in newspapers was to be left undis turbed for 15 hours Mrs Bullocks daughter learned of the plan had the bundle opened and found the money missing L J Sesker of Boone sold nine head of cattle to a buyer who gave him a bad check for The card game in which Ander son sufferedthe loss started in an Omaha rooming house near the stockyards where Anderson had sold a load of cattle the trail wound through Audubon and finally ended in a Des Moines hotel where the teachers disappeared with Ander sons money The game began with Anderson contributing in cash writing a fjrst check for to cover one bet and a second for Cashes Cattle Check Then the trio drove to Audubon where Anderson cashed his cattle check decided to continue the game and came on to Des Moines Even tually as the game drew to a close the Elk Horn farmer discovered that one of his opponents held the winning cards The second of his newly found friends sympathized with Anderson over his loss after the first had left with the winnings The second teacher left shortly afterward to report the incident to police sus pecting that the winner might have had unusual luck Anderson waited at the hotel and personally reported to police when either of his friends put in another appear ance Des Moines police notified the Omaha department that the car in which the trip was made carried Nebraska license plates BANKING GROUP OFFICERS MAKE CALL UPON F R Pledge CoOperation in Recovery Campaign Personally WASHINGTON Oct 26 pledge of full cooperation in the recovery campaign was made per sonally to President Roosevelt to day by the officers of the Amer ican Bankers association Rudolf S Hecht new president of the association told the presi dent the bankers were prepared and anxious to lend money to business banks want to lend said Hecht Plan to CoOperate We are goingthrough with the program of cooperation Of course the bankers cant lend if business does not borrow but the bankers are making it known that they are willing to do their part He called attention that notices have been sent to clearing houses by Francis M Law the retiring BANKER BEGGING WASHINGTON Oct 26 A hanker borrowed a quarter from a reporter today and was accused by President Roosevelt the white house Francis M Law retiring presi dent of the American Bankers association found himself minus the change to pay a taxieab bill when he arrived at the white house for a call on the president He borrowed the quarter from a white house correspondent When the story reached Mr Roosevelt he smilingly accused Law of begging fromthe white house steps To restore Laws credit Rob ert L Fleming vice president of the Bankers association lent him a quarter in the presence of the president and this was re turned to the reporter president advertising the willing ness of bankers to extend credit Hecht was accompanied to the white house by Law and Robert V Fleming vice president of the as sociation and Tom K Smith of St Louis chairman of the bankers study committee which will draft legislative proposals Four Ball Players We told the president that we were four ball players for the all American team he proposed of banking business industry labor agriculture and capital Hecht said He accepted our proffer Hecht said that Jackson Rey nolds president of the First Na tional bank of New York expressed the opinion of the overwhelming majority if not the unanimous opin ion of the bankers in stating that they were anxious to cooperate with the government PHOTO SHOWS END OF RACE Transmitted Ijy radio to the United States this picture shows C W A Scott being carried on the shoulders of enthusiastic wclcoroers after his plane copiloted by Campbell Black landed at Melbourne Australia to win the LondonAustralia marathon 2 BANK ROBBERS GET SI000 LOOT Flee About 5 Minutes After Raid at Montevideo Minnesota MONTEVIDEO Minn Oct 26 men this afternoon raided the Union State bank here and escaped with approximately SI000 There was no shooting and the raiders fled about five minutes after entering the bank heading south ward in a dark colored Ford V8 sedan They were roughly dressed They got only counter cash be cause the time lock on the vault was set not to be opened until later in the day The bank robbery was the fifth in the state this year Montevideo is in west central Minnesota Picture of Baby Is Grounds for Divorce DENVER Oct 26 he was fighting in France during the World war Wesley J Bennett car ried a picture of his wife holding a baby When he returned Bennett told Judge Frank McDonough St his wife told him the picture was only a was not a father The iudjre granted his divorce plea on grounds of cruelty Breeding to Die as Killer of His Wife 5 lowans Now Under Death Penalty at State Prison RED OAK Oct 26 Breeding 40 confessed slayer of his wife today was sentenced to be executed at Fort Madison peniten tiary Oct 29 1935 The death penalty was imposed ay District Judge H J Mantz af ter Breeding had pleaded guilty pre viously to the killing Mrs Breeding was fatally shot Oct 5 after she had filed suit for divorce from her husband on drunk enness charges Breeding a former special policeman was indicted and entered a plea of guilty Testimony was heard Monday by Judge Mantz to fix the decree of guilty witnesses including Breed ings 18 year old daughter A courtroom jammed with resi dents of the community heard the sentence pronounced Breeding im passive registered no emotion and was led from the courtroom in the custody of deputy sheriffs who are to take him to the penitentiary at once The condemned man will bring to five the number of persons held in death cells at the state prison Await Arrival of Fifth FORT MADISON Oct 26 Four men in death row at the state prison today awaited the arrival of a fifth All are condemned to pay the extreme penalty Two pleaded guilty to killing their wives one was convicted of the fatal shooting of a farmer dur ing a robbery and the remaining two were found guilty of fatally shooting a Black Hawk county dep uty sheriff The roster Arch Breeding Red Oak sentenc ed today to be executed Oct 29 1935 after he had pleaded guilty to slaying his wife Reginald Tracy Manchester to be executed Nov 29 1935 for com plicity in the killing of his wife His accomplice Mrs Flossie Fear is in Rockwell City reformatory for life Tony Thompson St Louis to hang Oct 28 1935 for the fatal shooting of a Louisa county farmer during a robbery diet Brewer and Pat Griffin Waterloo convicted of the fatal shooting of Deputy Sheriff W F Wilworth at Waterloo Their appeal is now before the state supreme Bank Pays DES MOINES Oct 26 W Bates state banking superinten dent announced that payment of S135000 was to start Friday to de itors in the Boone State bank of Bonne CUT IN ACREAGE TO BE SMALLER 1935 CornHog Contracts to Be Sent to Farmers in Next Two Weeks By STEPHEN McDONOUGH InpjrlKlit 1931 by The Asiorlnlfd Press WASHINGTON Oct 26 The AAA is expected to seek only half as large a cut in next years corn acreage as it did this year The farm administration a ranged today to submit next years contract to farmers within two weeks The compact it was learned will require signers to cut corn plantings 10 to 15 per cent below the 193233 base acreage of 105 500000 This compared with the 2030 per cent cut asked this year Cut to Be Smaller The cut in hogs is expected to be between 5 and 10 per cent com pared to this years 20 to 25 Most attention is paid to corn curtail ment Hog numbers are already low and officials believe they can be overned by feed control Should an overwhelming major ity of farmers sign next years corn contracts and some officials predict they will expectations are that acreage willbe reduced to between 90000000 and 94000000 Produc tion assumingan average yield of about 25 bushels an acre would be between 2250000000 and 2350 000000 bushels compared with the average of 2600000000 Less Than Average Either of these figures would be less than the average yearly con sumption of 2493000000 bushels aut officials say there will be about 15000000 fewer hogs and 10000 000 fewer cattle at the beginning of next year thus requiring less corn They also declare production y farmers who do not sign con iracts will probably be stimulated by higher prices for corn and hogs next summer The 10 to 15 per cent reduction is felt to be a proper balancing point to compensate for farmers who expand production This years contract signers reduced acreage an average of 22 per cent and the otal cut for the country was about 12 per cent Sum Up Situation Summing up the situation offi cials said feed requirements hence need for feed production during the coming year will be under the average of past year for the rea son that livestock numbers will be small Thus the corn crop in 1935 can ie 10 to 15 per cent Smaller than the average and still supply ade quately the hog crop and other uses or corn Benefit will be paid for 1935 on practically the basis as this yeqr The totnl is expected to be about the sam WALLACETHINKS 1936 PLAN NOT CLEAR TO ALL Praises Herring Relief Board for Efforts on Seed Corn DES MOINES Oct 26 question of a onecontract crop re duction program for 1936 probably will be resubmittcd to farmers ear ly this winter Secretary of Agri culture Wallace said here today In announcing that the poll on the second question of the recent cornhog referendum would be car out earlier than was contem plated when it was announced in Washington the secretary said it will be preceded by steps to ac quaint farmers with its intent Farmers in some of the states he said apparently did not under stand this question in the recent referendum He also said the refer endum on the Bankhead cotton control plan is ready for submission to southern farmers Commends Herring Secretary Wallace commended efforts of Gov Clyde L Herring and the state relict administration in taking steps to obtain seed corn for Iowa farmers for next spring and other activities to coordinate state activities with federal admin istration programs In Des Moines to visit his mother the secretary conferred today with the governor Relief Administrator E H Mulock and W J Albers in charge of seed and feed work for the relief administratiqii and Rep TesentaUviy FriedBienriann I am happy to be able to say that Governor Herrings relief com mittee headed by Mr Mulock Mr Albers and his associates cooperat ing with Mr Murray Iowa secre tary of agriculture has done its work in a manner that is rtcogniz cd in Washington as particularly outstanding Wallace Raid in a statement given newspapermen af ter the conference Problems Coming Lp Wallace said Governor Herring advised him that by the large the coordination between local and federal agencies has been working out very satisfactorily but that some problems coming up this win ter and next spring must be kept in mind Mulock advised the secretary that the relief administration contem plates the purchase of 100000 to 125000 bushels seed corn to be furnished most needy Iowa farmers next spring in exchange for work Commending the plan Wallace said similar steps are being taken in Kansas and Missouri The secretary assured Governor Herring he will transmit to proper authorities in Washington recom mendations regarding further pur chases of cattle in Iowa or the pro viding of feed in areas where the present suppb of feed is insuffi cient Shows Heal Concern The governor has expressed a very real concern about the seed corn situation in southern Iowa a possible feed shortage especially with regard to work animals dur ng the late winter and allocation of a proper share ot drought pur chased cattle for slaughter in Iowa Tun i 3 Column 4 Play Some Games A party is likely to grow deadly dull unless the hostess or host has planned a series of games or stunts the diverion of the guests and once such en affair begins to drag its all over but the goodnights On the other hand a little thought will insure a program that will contribute to everybodys good ime and the booklet Lets Play Game will be found a great help to that line of thought 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