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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 4, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                s c w r or NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEGHBORS HOME EDITION THIS PAPER WNSmg TWO 8ECTION3 Promises to Be Fulfilled Democrats Plan to Cut Opposition on Committees By HEKBEKT PLCMMER ASHINGTON Jan 4 Gossip baskstage has it there is more behind the democratic threat to reduce repub lican strength on important house c o m m itteea in the next congress than reasons given by the leaders Publicly the democratic high command says the purpose is to give the newly elected d e m o crats a chance to get into the pic ture at the start 76 of these who rode the democratic LIND Y CAL LS H A UPTM A N N GUILTY U U JH HHI Big Public Works Insteriff There were into the house in sweep of Nov 6 Insiders however say that while this may be true another explana tion is that in the struggle over the leadership of the house in the com ing congress promises for prefer ment have and are being made which only can be filled by creating more jobs They point to the ways and means committee for example the most powerful single group in the house and certainly among the most cov eted of congressional assignments Win of the Caucus There are four democratic cancies to be filled on this com mittee and three republican Under the present setup ways and means consists of 25 members 15 of whom are democrats and 10 republicans Apparently an attempt is to be made to increase the number of democrats on this committee at the expense of the republicans it is 6 CONVICTED IN MASSACRE OF 5 AT KANSAS CITY Found Guilty of Plotting Delivery of Convict Frank Nash KANSAS CITY Jan 4 persons were convicted by a lurv in federal court today for arranging the delivery plot which cost the lives of Frank Nash convict and four of ficers in a blaze of machine gun fire on the Union Station plaza here June 1 1933 The jury was out 2 hours and 12 minutes last night and it was evi dent immediately after they filed into the jury room this morning at 9 oclock that a verdict had been reached It was returned In court at a m Those convicted were Louis Doc Stacci Chicago night club operator Frank B Fritz MuIIoy Kansas va1City Richard Tallman Galatas and his wife Mrs Elizabeth Galatas Hot Springs Ark Herbert Allen Farmer and Mrs Esther Farmer his wife Joplin Mo Mrs Vivian Mathis who posea as the wife of the late Verne c Miller here pleaded guilty as the trial opened Judge E Otis ordered Given Promise of Cold Relief Mason City Records 6 Below Saturday to Be Warmer Friday saw Iowa still in the grip of its latest cold wave with temper atures dropping to 6 below in Ma son City in the early morning hours 6 Relief was in sight however with Charles Reed government meteor ologist at Des Moines promising fair and warmer weather for Fri day night and Saturday The mercury rose rapidly here during the day Charles City had an official mark of 6 below during the night and Wa terloo reported 5 below zero Northern and northeastern sec tions of the state felt the lowest Public Works THREE AND HALF MILLION WOULD PrCSidenLDelivers to Congress in Person temperatures early Friday varying from the Mason City and Charles City readings to zero at Dubuque Central and southern minimums all above zero included 4 degrees at Davenport 6 degrees at Des Moines S degrees at Keokuk and Sioux City and 12 degrees at Council Bluffs Saturday is expected to be partly cloudy J their members of ways and means committee These automat ically constitute the democratic committee on committes which makes committee assignments sub ject to the approval of the caucus A resolution then is presented to the house a mere formality for ratification of what has been done in caucus A change ju rules will be neces sary to alter the present setup of house committees With the pre ponderant democratic majority in the house however the will of the caucus is certain to prevail States Marshal Henry Dillingham until tomorrow morning at 930 oclock when they are to be brought before him for sentencing 2 Youthful RobbTrs Take Loot From Sick Mans PocketS WATERFORD Wis Jan 4 REHABILITATION PLANS ADVANCE on Rural Needy Assuming Concrete Form DES MOINES Jan 4 Iowas rural rehabilitation program BE GIVEN WORK Senate and House Listen Carefully to Message in Joint Session TEXT ON PAGE 5 WASHINGTON Jan 4 President Roosevelt put up to con gress today a new and greatly en larged plan whereby the govern ment would make jobs for 3500 000 of the unemployed Under it another 1500000 peo ple on federal relief would be taken care of by the states While the senate and house in joint session listened intently the preadent proposed to supplant the dole with a variety of job making projects such as slum clearance and elimination of grade crossings Largely surprised by the scope or the undertaking and because the cost was not estimated legislators were slow to comment Deep divi sions were regarded as inevitable however once it takes legislative torm Family at Session Before the president as he care fully enunciated his intentions for the session sat members of his family his cabinet and the supreme court as well as some 500 legisla dents appearance V assured that th funds he would seek for the ne work relief setup would be of the on the budget will be delivered Monday of work relief as opposed to direct relief in the federal m ge to congress Friday the state of the nation Committee Assignments Theres nothing new or novel in the idea of the democrats threaten ing to whittle down republican strength in committees The repub licans themselves it is pointed out did it back in the sixtyseventh con gress when they enjoyed superior strength HJ Statisticians on capital hill have V figured it out that the average com for democrats o 26 for the i In a hushed room H 0 Peterson last night lay gravely ill in nis bed His wife their daughter and a neighbor sat at the bedside watch ing and praying that he would sur vive the crisis Into the room tiptoed two youths carrying rusty pistols and masked with red handkerchiefs Morbidly ignoring the tearful pleas of the family the pair went into a closet off the room and re moved from the trousers of tle sick man They fled in an automobile after cutting the telephone wires and taking the phone with There are 76 new democrats to be 3taken care of in the coming con gress as compared to 27 new re publicans In other words as things ow stand 102 republicans have a etter average of committee assign ents than the 322 democrats Some republicans are on two id three committees Byrns of innessee new speaker of the rase puts it thus Thats not right especially when e have a representation of three t of four members azis House and Fee Penniless Americans to Obtain Saar Votes of War Debts Paymer Embezzlement PARIS Jan 4 Frederic FrancoisMarsal former premier of France former minister of finance and obdurate foe of payment of the French war debts to tie United States was sentenced to 18 months in jail for embezzlement today Pulaski to Be First to Get TVA Power to improve the economic status of rural needy Object of the program broadlv is to rehabilitate families now on farms or in rural communities who are receiving relief Immediate steps announced by I address George Keller chairman of the rehabilitation committee are to ap point state and district supervis ors and specialists and incoporation of the Iowa rural rehabilitation corporation so the program may begin to move before spring plant ing begins Feed for Farmers Distribution of feed and seed to farmers now handled by the FSRf division of the FERA will be tak en over by the corporation as will the farm debt conciliation work now handled by the farm debt ad visory council Keller said Loans for purchase of land live stock feed and other commodities and improving real estate will be made through the the first to express h the message was Chair J of the house committee Sound and tive he said Chin in hand her face framed in ioue iFarnea large white collar setting off dark dress Mrs Roo leaned Warns 411 Speculators Applause came when the Dresl dent said he looked forward to a genume friendship between him self and congress He was applaud ed again when he warned tho4 who might for speculative profit or PLASKI Tenn Jan 4 IAARBRTJECKEN SAAR BASIN I hen a closei in Puiaskis new power substation late today the city will become thefirst mu nicipality in Tennessee to benefit by the Tennessee valley authoritys cheap electricity rates 5RRTTORY Jan 4 lavNazis Jlger for votes in the plebiscite to held Sunday week are housing and feeding penniless American Saar taders in addition to having paid Bheir ocean passage Nearly all nericans here have had to borrow jjioney from German friends because fey are unable to cash travelers aecks in marks in the Saar FORECAST IOWA Fair and warmer Fri day night Saturday partly cloudy wanner in south central and extreme east portions MINNESOTA Partly cloudy varmer in east and south por ions Friday night Saturday aoudy and somewhat colder IN MASON CITY iobeGazette weather figures for hour period ending at 8 oclock iday morning tlaximum Thursday 5 Above iMlnimum in Night 6 Below 1 fit 8 A M Above STRIKE BEGUN BY GARAGE WORKERS Union Mechanics Employes in Twin Cities Start Picketing MINNEAPOLIS jan 4 Union garage mechanics and em ployes of Minneapolis and St Paul went on strike early today and be gan picketing immediately The union asked a wage scale ranging from 65 to 90 cents an hour with a guarantee of 30 hours a week and recognition of the union The employers offered 60 cents anhour for class A mechanics with a mini mum of S2250 a week The employ ers contended this was above the code minimum of weekly i the rural tation committee will serve with regional FERA advisors as direc tors of the corporation Lodnick of Fayette The staff includes F A Belous ek engineer B W Lodwick of agricultural advisor Mrs vsor rs Dorothy Tumey social service sun ervisor Miss Lola Schmidt nu trition supervisor K E Hornung architect and H P Christensen and C D Kaiser special project supervisors Keller announced these district supervisors E T Crane c E Cliff 3 J Cosgrove A D Martin J F Brown and George Heikens Daughter of Rich Oil Man Reported Missing Back Home TYLER Texas Jan 4 MVMrs Johnnie Fay Oxford 19 year old daughter of a wealthy Tyler oil op erator for whom east Texas had searched after her family re ported her missing late yesterday returned to her home here early ts day unharmed No explanation was given immediately as to a reason for her absence from home Senator Glass aged 77 today and a foe of some new deal policies sat hanging on every word ins left hand held to his face DetaHmg the scope of his employ inent proposals in hig annual mes sage to congress he told the joint session of the senate and house To Cover Wide Field This work will cover a wide field organization including clearance ol slums which for adequate reasons cannotbe un dertaken by private capital in rural housing of several kinds again private capital is unable to function in rural electrification in tne reforestation of the great water sheds of the nation in an intensified program to prevent soil erosion and to reclaim blighted areas in to FLYER ANSWERS QUERYONBELIEF PUT BY DEFENSE Identifies Hauptmanns Voice as One Heard m Cemetery By WILLIAM A KINNEV CvnyriKht by Ilio AMMMed Ire FLEMINGTON N J Jan i ft Charles A Lindbergh from be witness stand today accused Sruno Richard Hauptmann of kid naping his infant son nearly three ago Defense Counsel Edward J Reily asked the famous flyer directly if e believed Hauptmann was guilty Lindbergh said J Yes I do The flyers opinion followed ear er identification by him of Haupt mann s voice as that of tbe man vho said Hey doctor in a Bronx emetery and collected rar om for a baby already dead End Cross Examination Cross examination of Colonel indbergh ended at p m and five minute recess was ordered The flyer had been subjected to a eientless questioning by Defense ounsel Reiily for more than two ours when the Brooklyn attorney ally stopped In direct examination the prose ution brought up the subject of he voice heard in the cemetery Since that night in St Ray HS etery the Prosecutor sked Lindbergh did you hcsr hat same voice JOHNSBURGCASE Charge McKeever Bostetter and McNeiley With First Degree Murder Greater Appropriation seeks an caa in lm proving existing road systems and in constructing national highways designed to handle modern traffic In the elimination of grade cross m i 1D J extension and enlarge of the in non h highly useful to local division Subpoenas Issued in Liquor Seals Affair CEDAR RAPIDS Jan 4 bubpoenas have been issued to a number of persons to appear Mon day before the Linn county grand jury m connection with investigation of the gift of 200 liquor commission seals by Chairman Harold M Coop er to J LeRoy Farmer locnl can ning plant owner a vson of government and on many others Torn h 3 Column 1 7 MEN MAROONED UPON ICE FLOES Preparations Made to Effect Rescue by Airplane and Lifeboat BARRIE Ont AUSTIN Minn Jan 4 Three McKeever of iurlmgton Lee Bostetter of Mcln ire and Francis McNeiley of Aller were under indictment y the Mower county grand jury on harges of first degree murder in onnection with the slaying of a ohnsburg Minn storekeeper McKeever and Bostetter arrested Shenandoah Iowa are in jail icre while McNeiley is held at Co mbia Mo where he was indicted for murder of two Missouri offi cers McKeever and Bostetter were given until Saturday to enter pleas Trial of Martens in Slaying of Wife and Daughter Continues SIGOURNEY Jan 4 of Adolph Martens Keswick farm er charged with murder in connec tion with the slaying last August of his wife and stepdaughter contin ued here today after Martens testi fying in his own defense said his wife Stella was accidentally killed when a shotgun she had picked UD discharged when he attempted tS wrest it from her and he struck his at 9 of 15 State Institutions e sruc s stepdaughter Maxine Abel 14 over ii UVC1 the head with the butt of the shot gun in self defense after she attack ed him with a butcher knife DES MOINES Jan 4 JP state board of control announced today budget askings 82854257 an increase of for each year of the biennium 1936 In addition the board of control W111tsk the fortysixth general as sembly to appropriate 51618000 for capital improvements at nine of the 15 state institutions under th boards supervision 0 H Michae chairman said The budget askings which are t be submitted to state comptrolle U B Murtaugh include estimate operating expenses for the institu tions and are based Michael said on increased costs of supplies and blanket 10 per cent salary increas tor those employes whose compen sation is not fixed by law Maintenance Requests Askings for salaries support and maintenance for each year of th biennium include Mens reformatory An qon TO Cherokee State hospl8 Clarinda State hospYtai 30959lo Orphans home Daven Training school for boys Eldora 18026781 State penitentiary Fort 6220495 Institution for the fee 40 Red Shirts Await Trial for 5 Deaths MEXICO D F Jan 4 Forty members of the red shirt young revolutionaries orgarzatiyr were remanded to the federv peni tentiary today to await trial for Uia slaying last Sunday of five Cath olics while 25 members of the group were freed 33497924 32422882 y t men marooned on giant Lake Simcoe during a below zero weather staticm 14 floes in in 20 n north i mues norcn t of here six Toronto life awaited improved visibility Before setting out in a rowboat to take off three fishermen from a floe more than a mile from shore The trio was trapped late yester day when the ice on which they had set up fishing shacks broke away fromshore and tar out into the lake One of I V Jones is 76 Fader Perrine Face Charges of Robbery COUNCIL BLUFFS Jan 4 Police Chief George Bennett an nounced charges of robbery with aggravation probably would be filed today against John Fader and Nick Perrine held in connection with the robbery Wednesday night of the Hawkeye drug store itit ice be minded Glenwood Independence State hospital Iowa solidera home Marshalltown Training school for girls Mitchellville 76 770 oq Mt Pleasant State hoi Pjtal State sanatorium Oak udale 22227134 Women s reformatory Rockwell City 5799685 State juvenile home Toledo Hospital for epileptics Woodward 25180815 The operating fund for the board of control institutions set in the ap propriations act of the 45th general assembly amounted to 53415362 Capital Improvements Capital improvements which the board is asking include Anamosa tnnCOrn Crb and Scales new hospital building CLAIM F R WILL SUPPORT COURT Reported Planning Message to Senate Urging Early Ratification WASHINGTON jan 4 t President Roosevelt was said authoritative democratic circles to day to be preparing a special mes sage to the senate urging early rat ification of the protocol of Ameri can adherence to tie world court It was understood the communica probably would be sent next Democratic leaders in tbe senate have tentatively placed the three protocols on their program for early debate Chairman Key Pitt man of the foreign relations com mittee has called a next to act on them This is m accordance with a prom se made by Democratic Leader Jo seph T Robinson last session American entry into the tribunal mr HauPtmann Voiced Whose was that voice Mr Hauptmanns he replied Hauptmann sitting at the de fense counsel table flushed Hauptmann paled trembled or settling international disputes has been a subject repeatedly posi tioned by the senate since the amous formula was drawn and igned by all principal nations in 929 This was designed to meet bjections of opponents of the vorld court but they are not satis led them can H Meet nt DCS Moines DES MOINES Jan 4 John J Hughes Iowa director of the national emergency council hospital Re model boiler house and new equip State lnS of a federal and hospitalKitchen S1GO000 Fort Madison exi tension of prison wall S25000 i Institution for fccble minded turn In re 3 X1 I Day in Congress By ASSOCIATED PRESS SENATE Thursday Convened at noon Swore in 33 senators Heard Senator Longs tele graphic promise to make a speech when he arrives in Wash ington Left Senatorelect Holt fD W Val in seat awaiting formai installation in June Friday Convenes at noon Goes to house at to hear presidents address HOUSE Thursday Elected Representative Byrns D Tenn to speakership and organized Voted to require a majoritv in stead of 145 signatures on peti tions to force measures from committees to floor Granted committee investigat ng unAmerican activities until Feb 4 to file report Friday Meets at noon with senate to hear presidents message Ways and means committee out memberships f o r landing committees executive 0 a m I heard very clearly a voice coming from the cemetery the flyer related to the best of my belief calling Dr Condon What were the words a accent hey doc How many times I heard that voice once Buzz in Courtroom A buzz went over the courtroom s Lindbergh gave his dramatic estimony about the cemetery event Chief of Defense Counsel Ed ward J Reiily called for a glass of water and smiled Justice Trenchard paid no heed to the mild disorder continued with notes he was mak ing When the flyers ransom story ended Attorney General David T Wilentz turned him over to Reiily for crossexamination Reillys first question was Colonel aje you armed Wilentz objected Denies Being Armed Ill answer your honor the fly er said and then in a low firm voice Im not armed The jury was in court early and osed for innumerable photographs he flash bulbs of the photographers blooming in bright spots of light all ver the courtroom The opposing legal staffs also were on handbefore Supreme Court Turn rnge column 2 ABOUT AN OYSTER The universal answer to the question as to what to do about an oyster is Eat him But how are you 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