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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                ALON E Mtu e L tT OK I c fi v n NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HOME EDITION NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL XLI CENTS A COPY A8EUilATXD PRESS LEASED W1KB MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBEK 29 1934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 42 Comes Back Into Fold Report Moley Again Member of F Rs Brain Trust By HERBERT PLCMMER ASHINGTOIS Nov 29 The return Prof Raymon Moley to th right hand President Roose velt is reliabl reported b u thus far ther have been no in dications t h a other erstwhil brain trusters are on the wa back to thei former places i the new deal1 Moley w h earlier in this ac ministration held the title of brai truster No 1 is said by those nig in authority to have become one more one of the presidents chie advisers on things politic and eco nomic If that be true he is the only on of that galaxy of best brains of th the exceptio of Dr Rex figure at all prominently on the Washing ton stage today Glance down the list Most of th headliners of yesteryear jerke from comparative obscurity almos overnight to dizzy heights have dis appeared almost as suddenly They Are All Gone plph A Eerie Jr of New of NewYcrk City Re he was named a member o the New York stock exchang brain trust an tee to the exchange board of gov ernors Prof George F Warren left th chair of agricultural economics am farm management at Cornel uni versity to flash across the nationa scene in connection with the Roose velt gold purchasing and dollar de preciation policies He has returned to Cornell and now sees the presi dent only occasionally Prof James Harvey Rogers thj colleague of Warren recently re turned from an extensive silver in vestigation in the orient under gov ernment auspices is little heard o DOW Presumably he will return ti Yale as Sterling professor of polit ical economy Old Familiar Faces Lewis Douglas former director of the budget and Gen Hugh John son administrator of NRA unti recently while not specifically classed as the professortype o brain gen erally were regarded as such Cer tainly at one time they were among the most publicized members of the new deal Douglas is out of politics Gen eral Johnsons future is still vague And so it has gone The rise and fall of these personalities durinj the last 20 months of the new deal has been one of the most striking things of the Roosevelt administration 6 Men Reported to Be Under Consideration for Highway Board DES MOINES Nov 29 men were understood today to be consideration by Gov Clyde L Herring for appointment to the state highway commission to fill the vacancy caused by the death of H A Maine of Waterloo chair man of the board The men are E J Feulingof New Hampton chairman of the state democratic central committee George Darling mayor of Marshall town a republican E H Birming ham of Sioux City ninth district committeeman Thomas E Byrne of Dubuque Charles Altfillish of De corah and William Wade of Wood ward FORECAST IOWA Mostly cloudy prob ably light rain Friday and in the southeast portion Thursday night Slightly warmer in the extreme west portion Friday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 34 Minimum in Night 28 At 8 A M Thursday 30 2 CEREMONIES JOIN ROYAL PAIR Deckers Resumes Operations JOHN HAMILTON NOW SOUGHT AS NO 1 GANGSTER Federal Men After Last of Gang With Death of Baby Face WASHINGTON Nov 29 John Hamiltons him That order sent department of justice men ranging a wide terri tory today for the ast slrviving principal of John Dillingers mob Now that Baby Face Nelson is by two federal men who gave their lives in the Hamiltons name stands in a quartet of public enemies on which the federal agents are concentrating Though the only specific federal charge against him is obstructing justice he ia wanted badly Three Others Sought While coBtfdirtnghuh ftconten London Gay for Royal Wedding three They Doc Barker and Alvii Karpis named as the abductors of Edward G Bremer St Paul business man and Thomas H Robinson Jr accused of kidnap ing Mrs Alice Speed Stoll society leader of Louisville Kentucky Grieving over the death of In spector Samuel P Cowley and Agent Herman Hollis the depart ment of justice took pride in the claim that it is rapidly converting the public enemy tag into a pass port to oblivion Dutch Schultx Surrenders It was obviously pleased too over the surrender of Dutch Schultz ong considered a leader in the New York beer racket For 22 months he treasury department sought Schultz He surrendered yesterday a few days after the case was runed over to the department of iustiee Agents considered that a iribute to their rapidy growing rep utation for getting their man A movement to provide compen sation for the families of agents dlled in the line cf duty is expected o gain force in the next congress Senator King DUtah called for such action yesterday saying it is a frightful thing to have gangsters reying on citizens and shooting down such fine men Body Lies on Slab CHICAGO Ntv 29 bul t punctured body of Americas o 1 public Baby Face on a Cook ounty mortuary slab today while he governments war on his kind was pushed with unabated inten ity John Hamilton a lieutenant in he ruthless band of killers headed y the late John Dillinger was the bject of the far flung drive in the elief that he was with Nelson This Associated Press picture sent from London to New York by radio shows how London street were decorated with flags and bunting for the wedding of the Duke of Kent and the Princess Marina of Greece Turn to Page 5 Column 5 TYPHlNRAGES IN PHILIPPINES ills at Least One Man and Destroys 300 Houses in Island Capital MANILA P I Nov 29 yphoon killed at least one man and estroyed 300 houses in Tacloban apital of the island of Leyte as it swept across the Philippines today For a time the storm endangered he lives of 40 men aboard the merican freighter New York But fter flashing an SOS early today that she was being driven toward balaya Point near San Bernardino traits the San Francisco freighter eported at noon all ok now Other craft raced to the scene nd stood by Captain Boe of the ew York reported that his ship ad made her way to windward of he pont The freighter with one oiler disabled resumed her course or the port of Tabaco near Le aspi in the Philippines Weather forecasters said the ty hoon would pass south of Manila Suicide of Actor Seen as Murdei Letter Brings Death of Jarnagin Before Grand Jurors LOS ANGELES Nov 29 letter hinting of murder brought the death of Jerry Jarnegin actor and song writer before the Los An geles grand jury today A coroners jury decided the ac tor had committed suicide when he was found shot to death in his home four months ago but members of the criminal complaints committee of the grand jury disclosed they had received new evidence indicating Jarnegin did not take his own ufe The new information was con tained in a letter now in the hands of the jury Committeemen declined to disclose the name of the writer or to discuss this unexpected de velopment Second Supposed Suicide Jarnegins death was the second supposed suicide of a prominent Los Angeles resident to be revived in reports of a grand jury investiga tion Recently the jury examined all records of Dist Atty Buron Fitts inquiry into the fatal shooting of Paul Bern film executive and hus band of Jean Harlow In that case jurors explained they were only delving into expendi tures of Fitts whom they had pre viously indicted for perjury Jarnegin died in his home last August 19 amid the laughter of a gay little dinner party given by his wife Irene Franklin musical comedy actress He was alone in the living room his wife and three guests said when their laughter was broken by a revolver shot Body Slumped Over Jarnegin was found dead his body slumped over an overstuffed chair A bullet had torn a hole in his right temple Strangely police found the gun in another chair about six feet away In the dining room awaiting Jar negin when the shot was heard were Miss Franklin her niece Dcr Tnrn to rase 5 Column 6 KILLS WIFE AND THEN HIMSELF Man Crazed With Jealousy Wounds Another Couple With Shotgun CHESTER Pa Nov 29 man said by police to have been crazed by jealousy shot and killed his wife seriously wounded another man and woman and then commit ted suicide with a sawed off shot gun The slayer Grover Evans 38 de scribed by Chester police as a small time racketeer rushed into a room ing house last night pulled the shot gun from a trouser leg and opened fire on a party being held in a room adjoining that of his wife Mrs An na Evans 35 Police breaking into the place as the final blast was heard found James Lang 36 of Marcus Hook and Miss Hilda Gibson 33 a resi dent of the house lying on floor with numerous wounds Clad in pigeon blue pajamas the body of Mrs Evans was found in her room Nearby lay that of Evans his shotgun roped to his body with the muzzle pointed under the chin EMPLOYES BACK TO JOBS AFTER 2 DAY WALKOUT Few Departments Not to Get Under Way Until Friday Morning Thanksgiving day was observed at the Jacob E Decker and Sons company packing plant Thursday with the resumption of activity after a twoday walkout Employes returned to their jobs at the accustomed hour Thursday morning for a five hour run during which time it was expected that at least 2700 of the 4500 hogs held over in the plant during the two day strike would be sent through the killing department Accept Company Offer The return to work followed a de cisive vote late Wednesday after noon for quitting the strike and ac the companys offer of re tufSEg with air seniority nglitr re stored but with a continuance of the policy of no discrimination be tween union and nonunion men The men had walked out on a closed shop stand The company executives made the announcement that all who partici pated in the walkout must report for work by Friday morning or they will lose their jobs and sen iority rights Wheels Trim Again The old familiar hum of machin ery and the shouts of the hog hand lers and other workers were heard about the plant as operations were practically at full tilt Thursday morning A few departments were not working among them the beef killing unit which had no animals on hand Workers in some of the other departments were cleaning up in preparation for resumption of full aeticity Friday morning Deliveries of hogs cattle and sheep were again being accepted with the reestablishment of market prices unevenly higher than those of Tues day morning at the time operations closed down 51 in Alimony Row on Thanksgiving Day CHICAGO Nov 29 mixed opinions of their plight 51 prisoners spent Thanksgiving in ali mony row of the county jail Some of the men all in jailfor failure to pay alimony were glad to be there prison officials said while others would rather be free Says Husband Beat Her in 14 States CHICAGO Nov 29 ing that he beat her in 14 states Mrs Margaret Trottman filed suit or divorce from her husband Ben iamin a traveling salesman Since here are 48 states Mrs Trottman said she viewed the future without enthusiasm The judge indicated he ivould grant her petition Widows and Children of Two Slain Federal Agents Will Get Aid CHICAGO Nov 29 wi dows and children of Samuel P Cowley and Herman E Hollis fed eral agents slain in a gun battle with George Baby Face Nelson will receive compensation in accord ance with a federal act for surviv ors of federal employes killed on duty H H Clegg department of jus tice inspector who arrived from Washington yesterday to investi gate the killings explained the act provides that a widow receive 35 per cent of the employes monthly salary until her death or remar riage New Portrait of Royal Couple A striking sludy of the Duke of Kent and his bride the former Princess Marina of Greece is provided by this latest studio photo por trait of the royal couple whose wedding marked a red letter day for British royalty Associated Press Whole Nation Has Part in Day of Thanksgiving Sentence Held Up Until After Holiday OMAHA Nov 29 of entering Leavenworth prison today to begin serving a year and a day on a still charge Herman Chesler had Thanksgiving dinner with his wife and five children Federal Judge Donohue granted Chesler a stay of commitment in order that he could spend the holiday at home Hopkins Declares No One Goes Hungry of Festive Day By ASSOCIATED PRESS The nation paused in its far flung activities Thursday as its millions observed a day of Thanksgiving Although rain and snow prevailed in many parts of the country a fes tive spirit filled the air This was a day of feasting in which virtually everybody partici pated The needly everywhere were provided with holiday dinners Said Harry L Hopkins federal relief administrator Many millions of Americans will sit down to Thanksgiving day din ners provided by the federal relief administration expending federal funds I am thankful that those in need of food will have it President Roosevelt was observ ing Thanksgiving day at Warm Springs Ga Tonight he will preside at a turkey dinner for a group of young infantile paralysis patients at Warm Springs foundation In Plymouth Mass where Thanksgiving day was given birth by the pilgrims 313 years ago the day was marked by religious ser vices in the old Pilgrim church In countless homes Thanksgiving day meant the reunion of families asabsent members returned to help celebrate the day Transportation services were pressed to the limit by holiday travelers Leaden Skies Usher in Thanksgiving Day in Nearly All of Iowa DES MOINES Nov 29 Leaden skies which ushered in Thanksgiving day in Iowa hovered over the state generally with the exception of Sioux City where clear weather greeted celebrants During the early part of the day rain fell in the southeast part of the state The lowest temperature recorded last night was 26 at Sioux City and the highest yesterday was 42 at Keokuk HUNT MKEEVER IN SLAYING OF 2 Officers Seek Accomplice of McNeiley in Case in Missouri COLUMBIA Mo Nov 29 TV Police today continued their search for Elroy C McKeever 36 named by his brotherinlaw Francis Mc Neiley Iowa farm youth as his ac complice in the slaying here June 14 1933 of two peace officers McNeiley under guard in the jail here has been formally charged with the slaying of Sergeant Ben O Booth of the state highway patrol Sheriff Roger Wilson of Boone county was killed with Booth when they attempted to question several men at a highway intersec tion Adam Richetti confederate of the late Charles Pretty Boy Floyd who is being held in the same jail charged with the two murders has not been told of Mc Neileys arrest lowan Also Hunted AUSTIN Minn Nov Sheriff Ira Sycks stated that Lee Bostetter of Mclntire as well as Elroy C McKeever are being sought for the murder of John Freund of Johnsburg which Fran cis McNeiley admitted having par ticipated in Naval Conversations Halted for Wedding of Kent and Marina LONDON Nov 29 na val conversations between three powers were halted today for the wedding of a foVmer naval otficer and Princess Marina of Greece Norman H Davis and Admiral H Standley United States delegates to the naval talks in common with thousands of Americans here joined their English cousins in cheering j the Duke of Kent and Marina to I Knd from tho cflrftmnnv j BRITISH PRINCE GREEK PRINCESS WED IN LONDON Grandeur and Tradition of Empire Typified in Rituals By BURDETTE T JOHNS LONDON Nov 29 the pageantry of England the solemni ty of two religious rites Marina the beautiful smiling princess of Greece was married today to the Duke of Kent the tall handsome and youngest son of the King of England They were united according to the ritual of the Church of England in Westminster Abbey and by the rites of the Greek orthodox church at a subsequent service in the chap el at Buckingham palace All the grandeur and tradition of the British empire were typified in the rituals and pageants of the day Romance In Mounting Their romance began in the mountains of Yugoslavia on the es ate Bin tim of anassassin Theirtroths were pledged in history jsteeped Westminster Abbey beiwe the most glittering assembly of Enrons high personages which had here in more than a decade Kings and queens dukes and duchesses and lords and ladies lock ed on under the flickering mellovy light of tapers in candelabra menorahs as the white haired arch bishop of Canterbury his resonant voice echoing and reechoing through the domed and vaulted Ab bey led them through the marriage lines Decorations and Jewels The colorful uniforms of the male gue ts and the handsome dresses of the women their decorations and their jewels shimmered and spark led untfer the softly reflected light of the abbey where lie the bones Ct Englands great A deathlike silence in keeping with the eternsl sleep in which lie buried the honored dead of the Abbey fell oveithe huge assem blage as the slowly in toned George Edward Ed mund wilt though this woman to thy wedded wife to liye together after Gods ordinance nolv estate of matrimony VHJlt tbou love her comfort her hon01 and keep her in sickness and and forsaking all others keep tnee Turn to Pnzfl ft rulimm 21 Modernizing Is Profit Modernizing an old house and bringing it up to date is a profit able enterprise for it means in creased market and rental values are added to the property The owner finds a sale easier to nego tiate and if the work has been care fully planned and economically done the price he receives almost invariably shows a substantial prof it on the modernization investment Likewise the improved house will rent more readily find more desir able tenants and yield better re turns At the same time the owner has the satisfaction of helping in the federal governments drive to restore the building industry to a prosperous basis Our Washington information bu reau will send a booklet on this subject to any address upon receipt of 10 cents to cover cost and hand ling Use coupon The GlobeGazette Information Bureau Frederick J Haskin director Washington D C I enclose lOc in coin careful ly wrapped for the booklet Modernizing Old HOIIPCS Name Street City State Mail to Washington D C   

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