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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                HOME EDITION flVK CENTS A COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WUtB NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME VOL XLI FHA May Draw Fire Chief Criticism of Housing Program Seems Delay By HERBERT PLUMMEK Jan 5 ru mors backstage in the capital mean anything one of the first alphabet cai agencies of the new deal likely to draw congressional fire is FHA The chief crit icism of the fed eral housing pro gram seems to be IOWA PPflRLCOOPIRlSKED TO QUIT Hauptmann Lawyer to Accuse b delay in getting t h ings started When FHA was created in the closing days of the last session the claim was made on all sidesthat it was the agency which really would brine recovery At the situation now stands say OF LINDY BABY WILL BE NAMED Declares Two Men anc Two Women Actual I wo Abductors By WILLIAM A KINNE1 Copyright 1035 by The FLEMINGTON N J Jan 4 UP The promise of fresh sensations critics progress has been made promise of resh sensations chiefly in home com m murder trial of Bruno Rich paratively minor part of the pro ard HauPtmann cropped up during gram They say that the phase weekend recess today The de hanked on so con announced it would na lagged FHA officials blame the delay Doth on the J up tempi obstacles S State Laws Barriers The cause of most concern the business and labor leaders i the fact that almost 30 per cent less new home building went on in fvember 1934 than in November 1933 During the same period 60 cent more money was spent for Kings FHA uuu wvMttj A lie UC fense announced it would name four persons as the actual kidnapers of the Lindbergh baby Strategically timed the defense th on the difficulties of setting Strategically timed the defense such a huge organization as con fatement followed closely upon the nplated in the act and to leeal testimony of Col Charles A Lind I bergh the states star witness to date who identified Hauptmamis voice as that of the ransom money collector and then quietly expressed his conviction the German excon vict was the man who kidnaped his baby son 2 Men and 2 Women Edward J Reilly chief defense I tw JUI j alterations and repairs on old build contends that one of the itoughest things it is up against is Rthe fact there are certain state laws Bunder which banks insurance com and building and loan asso Killed by Train FINDLEY D YOUNG tza v v the national housing act counsel revealed the defense plan in New York saying he would name the real are two men and two next Thursday He explained he thought testimony would be suf ficiently advanced by that time to introduce this portion of the de vThe identities of as providedunder Kidnapers he would not disclose Maximum Terms Given Four Men at Kansas City hree Women Defendants in Massacre Trial Placed on Probation KANSAS CITY Jan 5 i Maximum sentences of two years imprisonment and fine were imposed today on the four men con victed of the conspiracy to release Prisoner which YOUNGRUNOVER BY BUNTED RAIL CAR AND KILLED Mason City Man Known as Amateur and Semi Pro Ball Player Findley 36 known in Mason City as an amateur and emipro baseball player was killed by a bunted refrigerator car as it an over him at Sixth street and Delaware avenue southeast about 30 oclock Saturday morning R L Jones 1214 Delaware ave ue southeast switchman for the Sla80 Milwaukee St Paul and 4 Billions to Be Asked for Work Claim Roosevelt to Require Equal Amount for been bunted and upon nvestigation with Charles Whitney witch foreman 302 Twelfth street outheast Mr Youngs body ws ound under the car midway ween the trucks Hit By Car The wheels of the car ran over s neck and his left shoulder was ushed and right arm badiy mangled and cut off below the el bow It was believed the car had run over Mr Youngafter hitting mm as he attempted to walk in front of it according to Dr J E McDonald coroner who was called to the scene According to the trainmen the SLwa in the clear oh ng had President Roosevelt has acted to remedy this situation To the gover nors of the 44 states whose legisla tures meet in January of this year ae has dispatched identical letters calling their attention to the need for new state legislation which will i enable state banks and the like to take advantage of opportunities of byFHA Liquidating Indebetedness The charge has been leveled and may be repeated in th Incoming session that it purpose lhas delayed operations in order tha Ejpanks might dispose of real estat H i cai cSUlL now hold before making an Tnew loans HousinS Administrato HMoffett denies this charge He ha Hpomted out however that the pres mortgage indebtedness of th Station estimated at Si billion dol jfars must be made more liquid be Hrpre it will be possible to obtain a tirge amount of new mortgaee ans Whatever the reasons the tardi Liie Litiui if ss on the part of FHA in Mirted appears certain to have re I Hussions on capitol hill this win j way it is believed will sought to speed up the projects i new buildings FORECAST HOWA Cloudy probably rain Srnmg to snow in the northeast portion Saturday night and in tatreme east portion Sunday Bolder in the west and central liortions Saturday nigrht much Bolder Sunday K MINNESOTA Cloudy Bnoderate cold wave light Msnow in east portion Satur night Sunday partly pcloudy colder in east and youth portions IN MASON CITY JlobeGazette weather figures fo period ending at S ocloc today morning Jaximuhi Friday fi Sinimum in Night 95 Bt 8 A M Saturday 31 WEEKLY FORECAST 1 IICAGO Jan 5 for the week beginning r the region of the Great Lakes tnerally fair beginning of week by precipitation Tuesday and again toward 3f week frequent temperature Jhe Pper Mississippi and r Missouri and the northern and great beginning and toward end of Reilly also set at rest reports that Hauptmann would not be plac ed on the witness stand by an nouncing that the enigmatic alien from the Bronx would be the first to testify when the defense opens its case Some Confusion Arises Meanwhile some confusion arose over divergent statements by Reil ly and Associate Defense Counsel C Lloyd Fisher over evidence re putedly placing Dr John F Con don the elderly Bronx educator who 4U UWAIIUU JUCIB june j i The three women defendancs were placed on probation by Federal Judge Merrill E Otis Fined Each After he had sentenced the wo men to a year and a day in the fed eral penitentiary and fined them 500 each the sentences wee sus pended but Judge Otis said the fines must be paid on or before Sept 1 1935 The probation is for three years The men are Louis Doc Stacci Chicago cafe owner Frank B north side of engine No 1513 of the Milwaukee road driven by Walter Gaffney 1102 President avenue southwest bunted some cars extending south of sixth street along the switch r wo rar B was the Jafsie of the ransom ne Fritz Mulloy Kansas City Rich gptiatipns near the scene of the ard T Galatas Hot Springs Ark i ani Herbert A Farmer Jonlin Reilly said flatly we have no Posed as Wife Prove tbat while the women Vivian Mathis would Sav th would say that W C MiIIer one of the toree aeged Jafsie was In slayers pleaded guiltv as the rriv uajaic vvas in pieaaea ETUlltv thp ttia Hopewell about the time of t h e began others are Mrs iJilC rifllntnr Tinii crime Thats said all I Galatas and Mrs Farmed can say Fisher Motion for a new trial was over ruled discount this of the portant purported cat Ws Wife broke into No formal statements oming from the prosecution staff nd Attorney Genera David T Wil ntz said there would be none until he regular press conference tomor ow night at Trenton Hauptmann spent a restless dav n his cell in the jail back of the ourthouse He apparently was not nformed that in Kamenz Germany is aged mother Frau Paullhe LUC iJWlUUQ tracks The refrigerator car which had been standing still was shove about a car length north Identified by Tag Identification of Mr made by Sheriff J M Robertson by a small tag sewed in Mr Youngs coat by a local tailor with the name of Findley Young written on the tag No inquest will be held according to Coroner J E McDon aid Mr Youngwas known in Masor City as Finn Young and had played amateur ball with many of the leading clubs of the city Fe bad been employed as sheet and metal worker and as boilermaker at the Chicago North Western ral road Mr Young was bom at North i nnn Regular Costs By CCARENCE M WRIGHT WASHINGTON Jan 3 n President Roosevelt intends to ask congress an authoritative source said today to provide 000 for what he terms the American plan to quit this business of re hef and put 3500000 unemployed to work This as outlined by persons prom inent on capitol hill would be tlie work relief figure for the fiscal year begining next July i though it would not all be spent if reviving business absorbed enough of the loblesa For ordinary government runniug expenditures in the year it was in dicated about more would be required Thus the budget would be about To Spend 880 Million President Roosevelt outlined to congressional leaders last jjoht a plan to expend about to tide the relief efforts over the transition period from the iole to jobstoall This sum is ex pected to come at least in large part from funds previously apnro pnated It is likely said Senator Rob inson of Arkansas democratic leader after the white house confer ence that funda for relief will be nvjllrffln3 and and whichit be found not necessary to expend mav be trensferred to that purpose by appropriate legislation The congressional leaders went into last nights important confer ence on the future of the new deal only a few hours after hearingthe president in his first message to the seventyfourth congress enu merate many tasks To Consolidate Regulation Among them were consoldation of federal regulation over all forms of transportation renewal and clar rs GOVERNOR WILL OFFER PLAN FOR CONSOLIDATIONS Would Reduce Highway Board and Combine Two Others DBS MOINES Jan 5 TVGo yde L Herring announced today hat he would recommend to the prtysixth general assembly reduc ion of the state highway commia ion from five to three members and he consolidation of the state fish nd game commission and the board f conservation The governors proposed plan for he reorganization of the highway ommission is in the interest of conomy he said and would create he commission as a purely admin trative body in charge of highway amtenance J The big road building program in wa is about over the chief execu te declared and by reducing the personnel of the commission we can save more money for the state than it takes to run the governors office for a whole year On Daily Salary Governor Herrings plan he said would alter the commission setup by placing the members on a per diem basis rather than on an annual salary The five highway commission members at present are paid CLAIM HERRING REQUEST DUE TO GIFT OF SEALS Liquor Board Chairman Considers Demand for Resignation DBS MOINES Jan 5 Gov Clyde L Herring has request ed the resignation of Harold M Cooper Of Marshalltown as chair man of the Iowa liquor control t was reported at the HAROLD M COOPER Wife Blamed for DeLong Death by Jury in Maynard revious Inquest Declared Invalid by Dr Wood New Coroner a year and the board of conservation the governor would set up a state department of conservation of ffve members appointed by the eWeri and approved by the state senate Department members would serve year terms without salary or compensation and t t tlme however said the a allowed 10 minuti not consume that much Order Destruction of Slot Machines sou mouner Frau Paullhe I BLUFFS Jan 5 Tl auptmann wept as she reaffirmPistrit Judge Tinley ordered de 2tr fath k his of the of 15 slot machines seized Lindbergh murder Plan Their Campaigns recent raids and directed their contents be turned over to the temperatures mostly l but with frequent changes we to New York City to match Turn o Pace 2 Column TEMPERATURE IN IOWA MODERATE on Jan 16 Will HonOr Holin uuiu aL English Jan 1 1899 He enlisted in the navy Feb 15 1918 at Des Momes and was honorably dis charged following the World war from the Great Lakes naval statio ag seaman Oct 16 1919 Surviving Mr Young are his pa ents with whom he resided M and Mrs M H Young 960 Virgin avenue southeast three brother Glenn W Young 315 Second stree northwest Milo Young 807 Van Bt ren avenue northwest and Phil Young Chicago and three sisters Mrs Marguerite Letts Chicago Mrs Katherine Goodling Ceda Rapids and Ruth at home One brother Basil who also served in the World war preceded Mr in death two years ago at the Sol diers hospital at Milwaukee Funeral arrangements had not been completed Saturday The body was taken to the McAuley funeral home ification of the NRA of crime detection and prevention abolition of evil features of util ity holding companies improve ment in forms and methods of tax ation and tapering off of emerjencv credit activities y Although there was no detailed announcement of last nights discus sion one conferee who could not be quoted by name listed these things the Same POitioal Full Time Director Members of f h e would be empowered MAYNARD Jan coroners ry at Maynard Saturday returned verdict holding that Samuel eLong came to his death by the hand of Ellen DeLong his wife Ten witnesses were sworn includ ing the widow she being in the jury room 30 minutes DeLong came to his death Sunday in his home by a revolver bullet through his head the widow testifying that he shot himself TJie coroners jury held a secret session Thenew county attorney Sdgar A Traeger was assisted by former county Attorney M M Cooney The new coroner Dr J R Wood of Wadena presided having declared invalid the inquest held arises a from the dcUvcrv r seals bv w H y Parmer of Cedar Rap ids and a raid Dec 12 on an alleged bar m Farmers canning plant reqUCst was the raTd 7 SaW the dav tSn ha been under considera tion n he by the il3uor com mission chairman Declines to Comment Cooper declined to comment on t0 Say that to his After the raid Cooper said he forcement officers paracipating in the raid asserted a buy had been plant shortly 8 The The case will g0 to the grand jury Tuesday Jan S the second day of Ige W L Eichendorfs court erm DES MOINES Jan 5 banquet in honor of Gov Clyde L Herring will be held here the night of Jan 16 on the eve of his in augural by officers of his staff and the state staff of the Iowa national Friend of Dvorak Dies OMAHA Jan 5 Steiger 84 retired Omaha tailor who was a close friend of Antonin on Sunday Moderate temperatures prevailed throughout Iowa Saturday with some cloudiness but were due to Slide back into subfreezing posi ions Saturday night and Sunday turning to snow were the pre diction for north and east parts of the state Average temperatures early Sat rday were seven degrees higher nan the normal of 19 above with ie coldest reading 22 decrees at City Mason City had 25 oove as its minimum Sioux Citv eported 40 degrees after Fridays radnanv ascending temperatures Hauptmann Weeps Reiterates Faith in Son as among those the president considering or definitely has de cided to recommend Old Age Insurance 1 Old age as well as employ ment insurance For these it was said the federal government may expect to bear the initial burden with contributions providing the ernors proposal to employ a fui time director and assistant director who would have charge o the ad ministration of the division Three subdepartments would be set up under the five department heads including a department biological survey which would be SmPanerid officials of the presen wsn ann c Tnrn i Cclllmn Cipjrisht 1935 by The Associated fress KAMENZ Germany Jan 5 Bruno Hauptmanns aged mother Frau Pauline Hauptmann wept un restrainedly today as she reiterated fh ln her 50ns innocence of the charge of kidnaping Col Charles A Lindberghs baby crying No it Pflnnnr ho ftntn cannot be true exclaimed e woman sobbing and wringing n wngng her hands Oh Lord why must luch disastc T come over us sPend Prayin umij rtouuiiulliK rpmnornriirpe n o pitiyjiit ontinucd through tne Erunot Cheer up my boy in his prison cell she added while tears rolled down her furrowed cheeks by tell ing him Im praying for him every FEAR TROUBLE AT MASS MEETINGS Hitlerites and Opponents to Convene as Election in Saar Draws Near SAARBRUECKEN Saar Basin Territory Jan 5 C5BThe possibil ty that opposing mass meetings lanned for tomorrow may result in isturbances aroused concern in ome quarters today as the time for he Saars plebescite draws near The meetings will be held by Hit rite supporters and by those who avor the continued administration f the territory by the league of nations The gatherings will be held in the same community and precautions will be taken to prevent the oppos ing groups from becoming entan gled with one another 0 qft a auiiumgcra The governor stressed that ill revenue from permits and icense by the fiSh the department of and fur bearing animals me Take Over Duties The department of recreaHnr would take over the of c board of conservation supervising and planning state parks state for ests and details of plant industry The governor said that consolidation has been Al i of years ma s the plan wHich has been proved m other states The program as outlined by the ernor follows closely the cut plan he said The chief executive said that the wss 3000 DEAD OF DREAD MALARiA 250000 Reported Stricken With Disease on Island of Ceylon COLOMBO Ceylon Jan 5 Nearly 3000 deaths in the dread nalaria scourge were reported today from a single district of this Indian ocean island surrounding Kegalle n the southern section Of these nearly 1000 occurred among young children said the re port which said the infection con tinued to spread It was stated some 250000 persons had been stricken with the disease the death rate being extremely heavy especially among women Malaria has been raging on the reettnh two faction spokesman the niaenon Vu Cl2ar Cation prior to the convening of the fortv axth general assembly on Jan 14 a WU LJ1C Island of Ceylon a British crown colony in the Indian ocean close to the southern tip of India since early m December Caused by excessive drought the scourge has been char acterized as the worst disaster in the livingmemory of the country In some areas of Ceylon 90 per cent of the population has been re ported affected the death rate being particularly heavy among children Recent estimates have placed the number of affected as high as half ession o an session of the executive council Question of Support The question of support for the another group takes the Representative Gus Alesch of rnoutn county recently askei Htic t the t t tne state and a a visit ouse yesterday As the date for the opening of the legislative session drew nefrer Rr Bruno townfolk who knew Hauptmann in his youth were avidly reading newspaper re ports of the Flemington trial There was little inclination to dis cuss the case however We are sick and tired of talk ng about the matter was the repiy of many persons H manns former friends and quamtanccs gave to questions BITS OF NEWS IN TODAYS WANT ADS Two first class mortgages for sale Three room furnished apart ment for rent Nine or ten room house wanted for rent Watch repairing service of fered Position offered to Automo biln salesman Reno Wonders If There Is Plot to Upset Republic NEW YORK Jan 5 WIMilo Keno mild mannered leader of the farm holiday movement todav questioned whether there is a con spiracy to overthrow this republic and establish a military dictator ship In a speech before the New York Republican club Reno asked Is there a determination to de stroy this republic by forcing out people into that state of poverty and despair where they will either tamely submit and surrender their iberties or else in their despera tion resort to revolution which would end the reign of free govern ment m America and result in a military dictatorship a military tyranny If not ho asked why permit our people to suffer the agonies of bankruptcy the discouragement of poverty unemployment and starva tion when the doing of two things will restore a degree of prosperity that will permit a readjustment of other inequities and establish jus tice and prosperity in the place of wickedness and poverty The Iowa insurance company exe cutive and farm leader recommend ed that congress provide a me diiim of exchange sufficient to transact efficiently the business of the nation and to give the farmer i a price for his products which would cover his production costs catch your ils untc f E market U is not unices it is cooked right Boiling chefs conjure up It is always to be borne mind that fish should nev er be overcooked People who noTh fish h f U ProPerIy prepared But lor a copv of nur DooKiet on Fish and Sea Foods a this The The GlobeGazette Information Bureau Frederic J Haskin Director Washington D C I inclose 6 cents in coin care F iVh for the booklet and Sea Foods Name Street City 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