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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 10, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIKB 82HV1CB MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY 101935 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OK TWO SECTIONS SECTION QNJE NO 77 Man Behind the Scenes9 New Democrats in Congress Sent to See Garner By HERBERT PLUMMER ASHINGTON Jan 10 UP Congressional in siders are pass ing the wora around privately to the hostof democratic new comers in both senate and house that one of the first places they should visit o n capitol hill is one room office right back of the senate chamber Its the place where the vice president of the United States may be found most of the time The reason is they are all con vinced jack Garner is destined to be about the most dominant per sonality behind the scenes on the hill this winter in the working out of the administrations legislative program Those who should know believe that he will be an even more com manding figure this session than in the last In the T3rd congress every one recognized how much President Roosevelt relied on the ruddyfaced Texan He was perhaps more than any other one individual the con tract man between the opposite ends of Pennsylvania avenue Breaking a Precedent There are several reasons for the belief that President Roose velt will lean even more heavily on Garner for guidance m maneuver ing with congress this session One is that he quit his beloved Uvalde a month before the date for convening congress Since he broke a longstanding habit of getting in to Washington only a few hours be fore congress actually got under way everyone here started guess A favorite surmise was that be He had been here era an only a few hourfc befurihe emergea from the white house after a conference with President Roosevelt and an nounced that the executive end of the government would take no part in an affair which strictly concern ed the legislative branch A Clear Conscience Shortly thereafter the speaker ship candidate believed to LC Gar ners choice his close personal friend Sain Rayburu of Texas withdrew The statement from the steps of the white house removed all possi bilities of later accusations being hurled at him that he took sides It did another thing too He now is able to lay down the law in the coming months if necessary or Ra capitol hill with a clear conscience He is outside any factional strife i which might arise as the result of Pthe speakership tilt More evidence of the important Fre part he is to play in the ooming nif session is to be found in rumors em the anating from the white house Much plisj of the silence which prevailed in of Tr nei quarters prior to the conveu of congress on the adrmnistra legislative plans is credited to jGarner si of ll veupil Station Looted by Fairfield Bandit DO J Jiedyj FAIRFIELD Jan 10 retuijunmasked bandit looted the Coryell weekfil station on the west city limits st night obtaining in cash ter forcing the attendant to open cash drawer the bandit locked j Paul in the wasn room Mr an ters they COOPER INDICTED BY GRAND JURY Dr Condon Completes His Dramatic Testimony DEFENSE UNABLE TO SHOW GANG BACK OF CRIME Jafsie Is Confronted b Mystery Woman Asked About Another By WILLL4M A KEVNEY Copyright liOS by The Associated Prcsn FLEMINGTON N J Jan 10 UP John F Jafsie Condon o the Lindbergh ransom negotiations competed his dramatic testimon against Bruno Richard Hauptmann today after had been confronted by one mystery woman and ques tioned about another The defense failing in cross ex amination to show that a gang wa involved in the Lindbergh kidnap ing and failing also to shake hi identification of Hauptmann as to mysterious John who collected th 550000 ransom for a baby already dead excused him at the openlni of the afternoon session The prose cution needed only 23 more min utes to clear up the loose ends o his testimony Two Mystery Women The mystery women were inject ed into the trial just before the luncheon recess by Edward J Reil ly chief of thedefense staff fight ing to save Hauptmann from th electric chair as the kidnaper am murderer of Baby Charles A Lind bergh Jr The aged educator IdentifledHaupbaann as the It gress preside tures I TfeWeather FORECAST IOWA Cloudy rain or snow extreme east somewhat cold in northwest and north cen itral portions Thursday night MINNESOTA Partly cloudy D Thursday night and Friday T bt so cold in north portion now f Thursday night and in northeast sion conlortion Nrfnd IN MASON CITY is autd GlobeGazette weather figures for on hour period ending at S oclock not refhursday morning Maximum Wednesday 35 fs jgff Minimum in Night 24 At 8 A M Thursday 31 Jam The first measurable snow of 935 began falling early Thursday irencon and continued into the irenopn At 10 oclock when it id ceased the total was a little ss than an inch with the tcmper ure right at the freezing mark p i YAt the sun peeked through aAJe clouds the first timeit had en seen for several days the ransom didnt remember ever tell ing anybody thaCie believed a gang kidnaped the baby and he deniec the attorneys assertion that he hac told a newspaperman the babys body had been brought back to the spot where it was found in the wools a few miles from the Hope well home of the Lindberghs He also ignored the attorneys use oi the term the chief when asked if the box had been planned and or dered by the chief Ransom in Box The ransom money was placed in the box by Jafsie and wag orderec by Colonel Lindbergh and Atty Henry Brecldnridge and built by a New York woodcarver Reilly brought up his ire by ask ing him why he made noattempt to have a bus driver run down the man he saw on the street in the Williamsburg section of New York in August 1934 a man he said he recognized as John identified by lira as Hauptmann Jafsie was on a bus at the time Did you call out to the chauf Get that man Made No Effort No it was none of my business Jafsie replied and this brought from the attorney So it is your sworn testimony then that you made no effort to capture the man to whom you say you gave 550000 the man who double crossed you on the I didnt say that parried Jafsie explaining there was too much traf fic to permit a chase Jafsie denied ever telling anybody that he thought a gang which kid naped the baby had headquarters on City island Brings Woman Forward Shortly before court recessed for lunch at p m Reilly brought Turn to PaRe 7 Colntnn 1 SNOW FALLS IN PARTS OF IOWA Mason City Has Trace With Temperatures Continuing Well Above Normal Snow ranging from a trace to heavy was falling at scattered points in Iowa Thursday while tempera tures continued well above normal Mason City had less than an inch The heaviest snowfall was ed at Sioux City where four inches lay on the ground Thursday morn ing while Charles City and ssveral other points reported a trace of a light fall Davenport reported a trace of rain Temperatures ranged from a maximum of 44 Wednesday at Sioux City to 26 above Thursday morning at Charles City Somewhat lower temperatures were expected in northwest and north central Iowa Thursday night with partly cloudy conditions prevailing Friday Lawyer and Dr Condon Renew Duel Educator Returns to Witness Stand for Second Day FLEMINGTON N J Jan 10 cross examination duel be tween Dr John F Jafsie Condon and Chief Defense Counsel Edwari J Reilly took up today wnere i left off as court convened at for another day of Bruno Richan Hauptmanns murder trial The educator from the Bronx wa back in the witness chair apd the defense launched its thrusts as hi story of his role in the Lirxlbergb ransom negotiations Hauptmann was the first princi pal of the court drama to appear His face seemed even paler than usual There was a drawn tired look on his countenance as if he had no slept well Jafsie Comes In A moment later Jafsie accom panied by Al Reich Col Charles A Lindbergh and Col H Norman Schwarzkopf entered Jafsie bowed low and politely to Wilentz when the attorney genera told him to resume the witnea stand He looked kindly at the ju rors Reilly opened up Q I think doctor when we ad jourued yesterday we were discuss ing a note found under a rock A Where For some reason Reilly did no immediately pursue this question after receiving that answer bu switched instead cemetery Jonn4 Found Under Stone I picked that up under th rock he said when asked to ideu tify another note found under atone in front of a deserted Jerome avenue hot dog stand It did not bear the kidnap symbo he acknowledged Dr Condon began to describe his trip to the point beyond the Jerome avenue subway station where he found the ransom note under a boulder Well he began I asked Mr Alfred J Reich if he wanted to drive there with me Q Where did you stay A In front of the frankfurter stand described in the letter with symbols In Front of Stand Q How long did you stand in front of the frankfurter stand be fore something happened A Something did happen Q Did you see anyone around there A I saw in this southerly direc saw an auto and it seemed someone was in it Jafsie also related there was another auto with a canvas cover a country auto I would say which was parked nearby Q Did you take their lictnse numbers A No sir Q I thought youwere investigat ing carefully A The automobile didnt affect me at all I was there to get the letter and I got it Did Not Cross Jafsie said that he did not cross he street at that time but got into the automobile Q The top of that cemetery wall s not very safe is it A No its pretty dangerous Reilly asked if the doctor had seen guards about the cemetery I saw one near 233rd street nside the gate he said Q Where was the guard when his man was coming up over the ence A About 30 feet away near a tree Q There was nothing between this guard and the man climbing A There was there were some rashes which have since been re moved Gave No Alarm P Did the guard give any alarm A No alarm While talkingto him John I heard a noise Dr Condon said Q Did you see the guard A Yes Q Describe him A He was German ex raction I mean rather stout I would call him a heavyweight Crowd Laughs Again Q Its rather unusual is it not for a man to be climbing out of the emetery at night A I dont think so Q Did you ever climb out of a graveyard at night doctor A Ive never been in one at night The quick sally provoked a gale f laughter from the crowded room Turn to rage 7 Column 3 Cant Balance Budget Either Joseph G LaMizzo Washington vegetable merchant found that balancing the budget this year is somewhat harder than it was a year ago The new 336 budget shown on the scales weighed three pounds 14 ounces or three ounces more than its predecessor Associated Press Photo Present Lineup in Senate Uphold BMus Velo SPOIL WELCOME OF SAAR VOTERS Communists at Station When Nazis Greet Voters From South America SAARBRUECKEN Saar Basin Territory Jan 10 injected themselves into the Ger man fronts welcome for a group oi 59 South American Saarlanders ar rivingtoday and spoiled the effect the nazis had wished their demon stration to produce Several hundred communists who desire the territory to remain jnder league of nations administra ion massed in adjacent side streets as the nazis gathered before the railroad station Meanwhile the international army sent here by the league of na lons made final arrangements to day to deal with mass demonstra ions expected to accompany the Saar plebiscite Sunday English and Italian tank and armored car companies ordered to cooperate in case of necessity were ent through joint maneuvers near Dillingen Eighty of the fierce looking cars armed with machine guns were irdered to travel over part of the erritory to acquaint troops with heir duties and to serve as a prac ical warning ramily of 7 Killed as Blaze Destroys 2 Room Cabin Home SOMERSET Ky Jan 10 An entire family of seven persons was wiped out today by a fire that destroyed their two room cabin lome 16 miles east of here Neighbors raked tine charred re mains of the family from the em ers of the little park log house at ublic a small settlement east of here The cause of the fire was not tnown NEWS IN TODAYS WANT ADS 506080 Acre Farms For Sale for Stove Experienced man wants work on farm General Electric 8 tube cabi net radio offered for sale For sale a clear lot in College Addition READ GLOBEGAZETTE WANT ADS DAILY IT PAYS Legion Chief on Way to Capital to Help Fight for Bill By NATHAN ROBEIUoON Copyright by Tile ANSOCiiiled 1resn WASHINGTON Ian 10 survey of the senateindicated def initely today that if the present lineup on the soldiers bonus issue continued unchanged through the ultimate roll call a presidential vj to of full and immediate payment would be upheld This disclosure which recalled predictions vy acministration lead ers that such a bill would be beaten in the senate came aa Frank Bel rano national commander of the American Legion was hurryng to the capital from San Francisco to press the fight for the bonus 35 Taking Stand Interviews with senators showed 35 of them taking a stand indicat ing future changes of would be virtually certain to vote to sustain a veto Thirtythree nay votes would Dlock the bonus for it takes two hirdg to override a veto Twenty one others were noncommittal in cluding some who have voted against the bonus in the past Twentynine senators recorded ihemselves positively for the bonus payment Some were unreachable jecause of absence or illness The big question mark heretofore n all discussion of what congress would do on the bonus has been whether the senate would sustain President Roosevelt if he a cash payment bill Congressional eaders have conceded the house would probably override a presiden ial veto but Chairman Harrison of he finance committee predicted the senate would sustain it Strong for Compromise The survey emphasized however hat sentiment runs strong in the senate for some kind of compromise Hany of those who said they would oppose outright an immediate pay ment of the suggest ed alternatives Few expressed themselves as dead set against any cnange in the bonus aw but almost everyone had his own idea of how it should be lib eralized President Roosevelt has never latly announced he would veto a bonus bill but it is generally con ceded among his advisers on capj tol hill that such a veto would be orthcoming AGREE TO MAKE FR RULER OVER RELIEF FUND Congress to Specify Use of 300 Million PWA Appropriation WASHINGTON Jan 10 TV An agreement for making available in a lump sum to be administered by the president the 54000000000 re quested by the administration for the new work relief program was reached today by President Roose velt and congressional leaders It was agreed however that con gress would specify how the regu lar annual public works appropriation would be spent Chairman Buchanan of the house appropriations committee said the huge work relief measure would be taken up in due course It will be preceded fay a deficiency measure to provide for emergency expendi tures To Be Separate Bill The congressional conferees indi cated the proposal by the president for authorization to spend 5880 000000 of unexpected balances in meeting direct relief needs for the next few months would be handled as a separate bill It is utterly impracticable and impossible Buchanan said to ear mark a appropria tion projects feasiblemight not1 prove tfiree months fromnow This effort to make jobs must be left to com petent administration Reported to Senate Meanwhile on capitol hill the re solution for American entry into the world court was reported to the senate by Democratic Leader Rob inson who urged approval Senator Borah RIdaho intro duced a bill to require federal li censes for all corporations engaged in interstate commerce Three Bombs Do Damage in IndianaTown Restaurant Wrecked No Persons Injured in South Bend SOUTH BEND Ind Jan Three bombs early today wrecked a restaurant and did widespread dam age to a dozen stores and a the ater at the principal intersection in South Bends business district scattering streets with debris and rousing citizens from their beds lor blocks around The Palace restaurant a night club at the corner of Colfax ave nue and Michigan street was wrecked and the Palace theater was badly damaged Shop and drug store windows in the area were shattered and the debris scat tered over the streets Early esti mates by officials placed the dam age at No one was injur ed 2 Small Explosions Witnesses reported two small explosions at the rear of the res taurant and one terrific blast at the front The interior of the cafe was leveled Police said that bat tery dry cells found at the scene indicated that a time bomb had caused the blast Two huge safes in a neighboring jewelry store were overturned but were not blown open Police offi cials said that labor troubles were possibly the cause of the bombing James G Spasinos owner of the restaurant was absent from city when the blast occurred t v e Po 200 Physicians in Havanas Hospitals Walk Out on Strike HAVANA Jan 10 200 physicians attached to the emergency and municipal hospitals of Havana went on strike today All the institutions thus left with out their regular staffs retainer small groups of doctors however to treat urgent cases The strike has been breving for the last several days and was brought to a head when 80 physi cians attached to the Havana uni versity hospital voted their support Nurses and hospital employes were expected to swell the striker ranks 2 BANDITS LOOT LEIGHTONBANK LEIGHTON Jan 10 The Farmers Saving bank here was held up and robbed by two men shortly after noon today Leighton a village of 115 popula tion is in Mahaska county near Oskaloosa taly Not Planning African Aggression ROME Jan 10 lussolini gave assurances to Negad as Yesus Ethiopian minister to today that Italys strength ened position in Africa would not result in a policy of aggression Day in Congress By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Senate Ends two day recess with meeting at noon Considers miscellaneous bills on calendar Senator Clark DMo de livers speech on munitions House Meets at noon to debate inde pendent offices appropriation bill Ways and means committee democrats continue selecting per sonnel of standing committees WEDNESDAY Senate In recess Foreign relations committee voted approval of United States entry into world reservations House Began debating independent offices supply measure restaurant had jecent lyleenv mvolvetJ In rlalfor troubles through the employment or a non union orchestra and that pickets had surrounded the restaurant ear lier in the evening Blaze Extinguished Fire which broke out following the explosions was quickly extin guished Radios on display in a drug store across the street from the restau rant were scattered along the thor oughfare and officials of the fire department stated that accurate es timates of the property loss would have to await inventories by store keepers of damage done to build ings and to their stock 6 CHILDREN DEAD AFTER COLLISION 13 Others Hurt 3 of Them Critically When Truck Bus Collide DEADWOOD S Dak Jan 10 T children were dead today and 13 others lay injured in a hospital three critically after a bustruck collision on a narrow bridge on IT S highway 16 near Piedmont 25 miles southeast of here Three of the children died almost immediately one within a few min utes at Calcite another on the way to Rapid City and the sixth suc cumbed in a hospital at midnight The accident occurred when the driver of each vehicle apparently be lieved he had the right of way on the bridge The bus had nearly cleared the bridge when it struck the truck laden with molasses The left sides of both machines were virtually torn off and the bus upset Smashed barrels of molasses spread their sticky contents over the wreckage hampering rescue work The children members of World war veterans families at a CCC camp near Calcite near Piedmont were being transported from the school to the camp Darkness set in shortly after the crash further hin dering rescuers Modernized Versions of Old EverNormal Granaries AAA Aim WASHINGTON Jan 10 rogress toward the creation in the United States of modernized ver sions of the evernormal granar ies used centuries ago ir Peru China and Egypt was clained to day by the agricultural adjustment idministration Directed by Secre ary Wallace who seeks to bring it ip to date through the govern ments lending powers the plan Iould call for storage of huge luantities of food and feed on or icar the farm with surpluses in bountiful years carried over to lean years HEAD OF LIQUOR BOARD CHARGED WITH VIOLATION Accused of Aiding Cedar Rapids Man to Possess Liquor Illegally CEDAR RAPIDS Jan 10 The Linn county grand jury today returned an indictment against Harold M Cooper chairman of the Iowa liquor control commission charging him with violating the state liquor control act The indictment decrees the grand jury accuses Harold M Cooper oE the crime of violating section 85 of the Iowa liquor control act com mitted as follows The said Har old M Cooper on or about Dec 8 1934 being then and there a mem ber of the Iowa liquor control com mission did knowingly and willing ly permit a violation of the provi sions of the Iowa liquor control act bv one J Leroy Farmer in that he did knowingly and willingly permit said J Leroy Farmer to possess unlawfully vinuous fermented spir ituous or alcoholic liquors except beer Bond to Be Posted County Attorney G K Thomp son who presented the case to the grand jury said Coopers attorney had informed him bond would be posted and that it would not be nec essary to arrest Cooper The charge against Cooper is defined as a mis demeanor No specific mention was made in the indictment of 200 state liquor seals taken by police in a raid Dec 12 on the Farmer Canning plant here and which Farmer said Coop er had given tank on FarmeVs representation he wanted them for a private stock of preprohibition liquor Filmier Faces Charge Farmer is charged with illegal possession of alcoholic liquor His case did not come before the grand jury being under a true informa tion No date has been set for his trial He posted bond An assortment of liquor valued at 52000 and bar equipment were seized at the Farmer factory by police County Attorney Thompson ex plained Thursday that the purpose served by the seals gift incident in the grand jury consideration was to indicate that Cooper knew that Farmer illegally possessed liquor Knew He Had Liquor Thompson said Cooper knew that Farmer had the liquor because Farmer told him so He also must have known that the liquor was il legally possessed otherwise Farm er would not have needed any seals to place on the bottles They would have been there The only purposa the seals could have served was to cover up illegal possession The county attorney said that in all probability the illegal pos Turn to rase 7 Column T Vtassachusetts Bank 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