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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 22, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                t ft M E u a r OK i i M i NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY APRIL 22 1935 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 164 Spenders of Billions TugweU Left Wing Savant of F Rs New Deal is the third of a scries of four ar ticles sketching the personali ties of four men who will have charge of spending the OOUOUU appropriated for fed eral work relief By WILLIAM S WHITE WASHINGTON April Th classic profile of young Dr Rex ford Guy Tugwell who will hel spend the five billion dollar wort relief approprii tion is known 1 thousands b u few really under stand the socia theories of thi erudite b r a i truster Tugwell a fa vorite target admin istratio oppositionist since he left Co lumbia univer sitys quiet hall is the enigma o the new deal perhaps the hare est man in that circle c a t e gorize N one label suf Rexford Tugwell fices but in gen eral Washington recognizes him a leader in the leftist group of admin jstration advisers Tall and distinguished he look like a slightly graying matine idol but talks like what he is fund an eminently successfu student professor and economist Uses BigWords One of the reasons his ideas an so little understood is a seeming inability to put them in capsule In speeches he uses terms that some times send men to dictionaries and he does not write in the popular language For example this Tug well quotation had even some of ficial brows wrinkled Chance has substituted itself for the an thro morphic icquence of human exist GOrwirvativw in bothparties jwitn pe rioaically members of the admin istration party in the senate pu him severely over the jumps before approving his confirmation as un dersecfetary of agriculture and in a recent AAA purge the ax fel upon some of his followers Secre tary Wallace approving that action but retaining hiv affection tor Rex He is in some respects a paradox a man who for years has been an active writer but whose ideas few outside the academic fold ever have grasped a beau brummel who does not like parties a countrybred former farm boy typifying urban ity and suavity Irked by Ked Label Mildly astonished bv the storms his views sometimes have raised he ships away now from official utter ances The heat of old controver sies has tended to make him with draw from the limelight The red Tarn to Page 3 Column 2 Darling Not to Quit Biological Survey WASHINGTON April 22 All thoughts he may have enter tained about resigning as chief of the bureau of biological survey have been dropped since action is in prospect of his plan for federal res toration of wildlife J N Darling of Des Moines announced FORECAST IOWA Mostly unsettled probable local showers Tues day except Monday night or Tuesday In northwest portion slightly warmer in central and east sections Monday night cooler Tuesday in central and west portions MIN N E S O T A Increasing cloudiness slightly warmer in east Monday night Tuesday unsettled probably local show ers slightly warmer along Lake Superior cooler except along Lake Superior and ex treme southeast IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Maximum Sunday 65 Minimum in Night 42 At 8 A M Monday 50 Figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday 65 Minimum in Night 45 At 8 A M Sunday 53 The weather mans offering Sat urday and Sunday will stand as a challenge in perfection to Easter tides of the future On both days sunny skies prevailed with the temperature just a little below the summer level Now we could stand a little more rain if suggestions are in order STEAL CAR HERE ROB AMES BANK Senate Defeats State Appropriations Measure VOTESACTDOWN 1634AFTERTWO DAYS OF DEBATE Herring Reveals Program to Allocate 3 Point Tax Law Revenue DES MOINES April 22 senate defeated its 527945916 bi ennial appropriations bill this after noon by a vote of 16 to 34 The vote on final passage origi nally was 23 to 25 but before it was announced seven senators switchet from aye to no Increases had encountered vigor ous criticism Worked over in two days consideration of committee and individual amendments the bill proposed a total allowance of 13 72958 for each year of the 1936 37 biennium as it was debated dur ng the morning session Galleries Are Crowded Crowded galleries composed prin cipally of visitors interested in the chain store tax bill which was to ollow the budget bill in senate con ideration heard the discussion of he appropriations proposed for the tate government and its education al penal and other institutions The appropriation bill before the senate wasthe one which it had amended are substituted for the iriginar billdrafted from recom mendations of the state comptrol er A half dozen speakers xigposed passage of the Tneasure pointing tut that its provisions represented an increase ofmore thaji a year over tha appropriations of he last general assembly for each year of the current biennium Announces Program Gov Clyde L Herring today an nounced a legislative program to jrovide allocation of the three point ax law revenue for relief and for a general property levy beginning n September 1935 The program was agreed upon at luncheon conference of the gov irnor and members of the house nd senate It is designed to take are of necessary expenses in four epartments of state government Details of the program as aa ounced by the governor were 2 Million for Relief 1 Relief Allocation of 2000 00 from the three point tax reve ue for necessary expenses from uly 1 to Dec 31 1935 rom general property levy to be pread in September 1935 and col ected April 1936 for relief during 936 from general prop rty levy collected in 1936 for relief urposes during the first six months of 1937 The governor pointed out that no irovision has been made in the con emplated legislation for relief Turn to Page 3 Column 1 Jury in Bremer Abduction Case Takes Stroll The jury in the Edward G Bremer case passing judgment on men and women In the KarpisBarker gang charged with abducting the banker goes out for lunch at St PauL Free Press Is in No Danger Claims Ickes NEW YORK April 22 of government interference with a free press was called without sub stance today by Secretary Harold L Ickes of the interiordepartment speaking at the annual luncheon of the Associated Press He said freedom of the press freedom of speech and the right 01 free assemblage were the greatest safeguards of as i SENATE REJECTS HOUSE BEER ACT f Lower Branch Refuses to Recede Conference Will Be Held DES MOINES April 22 orts of the Iowa house of represent tives to rewrite the state beer law met rejection inthe senate today the upper branch refused by voteof7 to 37 to concur in the ouse amendments The bill willnow go back to the ouse which either can recede or ot recede from its amendments If ie lower branch refuses to recede he measure then will go to a con erence committee The senate had passed the bill to trengthen the beer lawby delegat ng enforcement powers to cities d towns but when the measure eached the house the lower branch ompletely rewrote the act provid g for the establishment of a state ermit board and other features Sen M X Geske D of Mc regor brought the bill up in the enate today and asked the body to ote no on the house proposal He lid a canvass of the senate had bowed the housemeasure must be ijected if there is to be any action i the beer law this session of the gislature The senate approved a motion by en Howard C Baldwin D of ascade which specified that the nates refusal to concur in the mendments be messaged to the use at once i serted So long they lemain political vitamins we can witi standthe shock troops of fascism of communism or even of speciai mviiege parading in the verisimili iude of benevolence and democratic concern for the common man Guests of Honor Frank B Noyes publisher of the Washington Star and president of he Associated Press presided at the luncheon and paid tribute to charter members still living who oined in forming the present Asso ciated Press in 1900 A number of iharter members were present as fuests of honor Introducing Secretary Ickes Mr Noyes recalled the days when he was editor of the Chicago Record Herald and Ickes was a bright man managing the cam of a mayoral candidate sup torted by that newspaper At that time Ickes was hard pressed for ampaign funds Share the Wealth Today Mr Noyes said he is dis posing of fabulous funds and in my opinion doing his darndest to do his stupendous job efficiently and hon estly Ickes without mentioning names assailed the share the wealth plan An optimistic view of present business conditions with a note of uncertainty over the future trend was reflected today in the opinions of newspaper publishers here for the annual meetings of the Associated Press and of the American News papers Publishersassociation Business on Upgrade An improved outlook for business was noted by Clark Howell Sr pub lisher of the Atlanta Constitution If we could only have renewed confidence he said business would go ahead with increased in terest It is just a lack of confi dence uncertainty as to what the country is going to do that is hold ing back recovery E P Adler of the Davenport Times said Conditions are very fine in Iowa Authorities Report No Clews Found in Sioux City Murder SIOUX CITY April 22 With but few clews to aid them Sioux City ana Thurston county Nebr authorities said they had ound nothing definite which would lead to the solution of the murder of Sherman Casper 37 whose body was found in the Missouri river The body was discovered Satur day night by two fishermen A fractured skull a bruised right iaw and bruises on the body indi cated that Casper had been attack ed before his body was thrown into the river Thurston county author ties said ALGONA WOMAN KILLED IN CRASH Three lowans Dead Several Hurt in Auto Accidents Over WeekEnd Fair weather brought forth many motorists in a holiday mood result ing in auto accidents which caused three deaths and injuries to several on Easter Sunday The dead Mrs IKwey Snyder Algona Edgar Ajar Newton Martin F Mellody Manchester The accident which resulted in the killing of Mrs Snyder of Al gona and the injuring of several persons occurred Sunday night when three autos collided on the first corner west of Dickens Mr and Mrs Snyder proprietors of the Kossuth county hatchery and their son Bob and Miss Arlene Reyn olds who is the daughter of Mrs J W Reynolds were in the car Others Badly Injured The Snyder auto was headed for Spencer One car from the south and two others from the opposite direction were involved in the crash In the auto coming from the south was an elderly Minnesota couple and the womanwas severe y injured All occupants of the cars vere injured somewhat and were aken to the Spencer hospital for reatment Mr Snyder was injured consider ably but the exact extent of his in juries has not been determined Hiss Reynolds was quite badly in iured Bob Snyder sprained ankle Mrs Snyder who suffered a is about 35 years of age died as soon as the accident occurred Injured at Cresco Frank A Panoch 37 was still in an unconscious condition Monday morning at a hospital in Cresco af ter being struck by a passing car about 9 oclock Sunday evening at ie edge of Cresco It was stated that he had just stepped out of his auto when he was struck by an other car The other car was driven by Bud DeWelle 19 The youth picked up ie injured manand took him to the hospital Panoch suffered broken ribs and cuts on his face Pedestrian Hurt Fatally Mellody 52 was killed Sunday night when he was struck by an automobile driven by Ora Sickles of Manchester while walking on the Illinois Central railroad crossing according to an Associated Press dispatch Sickles claimed another car which has not been identified was also nvolved in the fatal accident Mel ody is survived by his widow and our children Killed at Fairfield Agar 19 was killed and Don Benzine and Max Strouder were ser ously injured when the car in which they were riding failed to make a turn on highway 34 at Fair field as their car approached an overhead crossing The auto plunged 50 feet into a pasture Locked brakes were blamed for in accident on highway 30 south of Dow City in which four members of he Marion Stewart family of Ccun il Bluffs were injured as their car iverturned Overcome by Smoke COUNCIL BLUFFS April 22 UP estimated at 53000 was lone by fire here to the F L Lain on greenhouses William Stevens an employe was overcome by smoke lelping fight the blaze Holiday Body Not to Start Third Party By BOY P PORTER Associated Press Staff Writer DES MOINES April 22 support of the rank and file of our citizens will go to a third party in 1936 but the annual Farm Holiday associationconvention has not been called to launch a new political party Mllo Reno national holiday president said today In a statement of his personal opinion the militant farm leader blazed away at both republican and democratic administrations and asked Should the people after eight years of destruction and desolation be asked to again trust either of them withpublic affairs S Powerful Leaders Reno named Senator Huey P Long of Louisiana Father Charles E Coughlin Detroit radio priest and Dr FE Townsend author of the revolving pension plan three powerful leaders who if they could consolidate their efforts could des troy wage slavery as surely as was destroyed in the Senator Long is to be the princi pal speaker at the third annual holi day convention here next Saturday His discussion of campaign pro make us make them and you make us break them is to go over a national radio hookup start ing at p m The denial of political purposes of the convention was emphasized by its president when he said Has No Ambition I want to disabuse the mind of the public that this meeting was called for the purpose of launching a new political party The Farmers Holiday association is not apoliti cal organization and so far as I know has ro ambition to sponsor a third party Our members are at perfect lib erty to voteas they please to sup port whatever political party they believe is nearest to the common people of the republic However I believe the ninetynine per cent will support a progressive ticket There is some liberal progressive thought in the republican party Reno declared which if the party could control it might assist in staging a comeback Unlikely to Happen However this is very unlikely to happen but if in the next campaign the two major political parties are controlled by the same old group they cannot possibly be of any serv ice to our people In fact both the republican and democratic parties had their opportunity the Holiday leader said President Herbert Hoover had his chance but sinned away his day of grace and President Franklin D Roosevelt put the finishing touches on the Hoover program and in sulted the farmers as a class by of Xurn to Page 3 Olomn Z QUAKE TOLL AT 3045 AS FIRES ADD TO TERROR Report 12000 Injured Flames Break Out m Rums Copyright 1935 by The Associated 1resa TAIHOKU Formosa April Fires broke out today in the ruins of several northwestern Formosa communities where violent earth quakes Sunday killed more than 3000 persons and injured about 12000 Streams of injured continued to straggle into the emergency hos pital centers while army carrier pigeons brought reports hourly of further devastation in remote sec tions The Rengo news agency at Tokio today officially announcedthat 3045 persons had died Two terrific earth shocks shook the populous sections of this Japa nese island possession at dawn Sun day sending hundreds of flimsy dwellings crumbling about their sleeping inhabitants In many vil lages not a building was left stand ing Entire families lost their lives Trapped In Debris Hundreds of persons trapped in debris cried for help Frantic relief workers their efforts handicapped by insufficient equipment were able to reach only small percent age of the injured An army battalion stationed at Taichu in the center of the rav aged area sent out 50 relief par set up field dressing sta Gen Kenji Nakagawa of Formosa announced 16000000 yen ties to tions Gov Danubian Conference Scheduled for May Postponed to June ROME April 22 govern ment spokesman announced today the Danubian conference originally scheduled for the latter part of May has been postponed until June The most likely date the spokes man said is June 3 The postpone ment was decided upon since the eague of nations council is to meet tie end of next month about in Japanese gov ernment funds was available to aid the victims of one of the worst ca tastrophies in modern oriental his tory Emperor to Donate It was understood that Emperor Hirohito also was to make a dona tion from the privy purse Recurring aftershocks combined with the outbreak of fires and the wailing of the injured and homeless converted the period following the two main quakes into a nightmare of terror Men women and children wan dered through the debris shouting the names of lost relatives The cor respondent for the Rengo Japanese News Agency told of seeing long lying on screaming rows of injured persons mats along a roadside with pain 350000 Homeless Early official estimates placed the cumber of homelss at 250000 and the number of dwellings destroyed Turn fn Pag 1 Column li Brazils II Duce With an asserted backing of 200000 green shirts the Bra zilian counterpart of the black shirts of Italy Plinio Salgado has been called the Mussolini of Brazil Brazil however has outlawed the organization which Salgado calls integralism Glass Subcommittee Votes for Eccles as Federal Reserve Head WASHINGTON April 22 The Glass banking subcommittee to day voted to make a favorable re port on the nomination of Marriner S Eccles of Utah as governor of the federal reserve board without further inquiry into his qualifica tions The vote was not announced Chairman Glass DVa said a proposal was made that the sub committee look into complaints filed against Eccles by some unnamed persons but this was not agreed to F R to Finish His WorkRelief Plans This Week Bonus Hearings Open With Patman Asking Approval of House Bill WASHINGTON April 22 Summoning his recovery advisers President Roosevelt began piecing together today the giant spending machinery that before the week is out will be ready to allocate the 4 000000000 work relief fund This action was taken as his lieu enants on capitol hill faced again the troublesome bonus issue with cash bonus advocates declining to accept any compromises at hearings before the senate finance com mittee The white house said Mr Roose velt would announce this week de ailed plans for employing 3500000 rom the vast work relief fund For he most part he will rely on exist ng government agencies to help al ocate the money Egg Rolling Held Heads of these departments were called to the executive mansion in the midst of the annual Easter egg rolling which attracted thousands of children and grownups to the white house lawns Capitol corridors and the senate and house galleries were jammed with Easter visitors long before the noon convening hour Many went to the senate in the expectation of hearing Senator Long of Louisiana continue his attacks on Secretary Ickes and Harry L Hopkins relief administrator The bonus compromise proposed by Chairman Harrison of the senate finance committee was ignored by war veterans spokesmen as the two day bonus hearings were opened this morning Patman First Witness The first witness Representative Patman DTexas asked the com mittee to approve his bill passed by Turn to PaRp 3 Column TRIO OF BANDITS GETS CASH LOOT OFABOlimOOO Holdup Auto Stolen on Sunday From Wagner Motor Company Three men of a gang which stole Ford DeLuxe coach from the Wagner Motor company here Sun day morning after taking salesman late Chier for a ride robbed the College Savings bank at Ames at oclock Monday noon The same Ford V8 coach bearing a dealers license number 922 which was stolen here was used in the holdup About in currency waa aken in the Ames robbery accord ng to C A Knudson president of he bank who said the exact amount could not be determined at once Shortly after 11 oclock Sunday morning two strangers appeared at he Wagner garage and asked to have a demonstration of one of the new models Both men were well dressed and apparently prospective customers Mr Chier obliged them by taking the pair lor a spin east of Mason City on highway 18 When they arrived at a point about 5 miles east of Mason City however one of the men shoved a gun against the ribs of Mr Chier and ordered him to get out of the car Well Take Charge Well take charge of it from here on he said That was the last seen of the car until it turned up at Ames Mon day noon inthe btck robbery Although only twomar appeared at the ffarage three men flr ured in the bank jobbery Kniifl son and T E JLavelle cashier were the only employes in the bank the other four having gone to lunch There were about four or six custo mers in the lobby when the robbers entered Lies Down on JTloor The three men commanded Knud son who was at his desk in the ront of the bank to come into the obby and line up against the wall with the customers Lavelle was told o lie down on the floor While one member of the trio itood guard near the front door with sawedpff shotgun the other two armed with revolvers scooped up he currency in the cages One robber told Knudson they be ieved they would wait until the 3me lock opened the safe Then youll have a long wait said he told the men The ime lock does not go off until 30 p m he said March Out to Car After the two had taken the noney they joined the guard and he three robbers commanded nudson Lovelle and the customers o march out of the bank to the obbers automobile which was larked near the bank With Knudson and Lavelle as lostages standing on the running ward on opposite sides of the car he robbers sped west on the Lin oln highway After driving about even or eight blocks the two bank Tun la Pagi 3 Column 2 Man Crazed by Illness Kills Son and Daughter CHICAGO April 22 ently crazed by illness William Gardner a bank teller grabbed a gun and went on a mad death spree in his La Grange Park home early today killing his daughter and one son and seriously wounding another on Gardner was captured only after La Grange Police Chief Edward Jones had summoned reinforcement The dead were Rita Jane Gard ner 20 and her brother Gerard 14 Kenneth Gardner 17 was wounded Fires Ten Shots Jones said the father fired 10 shots during his outburst He first directed his fire at his daughter and Gerard Kenneth awakened by the shots grappled with Gardner but fell back seriously wounded with a bullet in his abdomen Mrs Gardner who Jones said had also been ill was asleep during the shooting and was uninjured The police officer said Gardner had threatened his family Gardner was a teller at the First National bank of Chicago where he had been employed according to Albert C Keck an official for more than 25 years Had Nervous Breakdown Keck said Gardner had a nervous breakdown some time ago and ap parently recovered only to suffer a recurrence Recently he was given a two months leave of absence from his duties Keck said The bank official said Gardner as far as he knew had no particu lar financial worries and that there had never been any difficulty with his accounts Care for Your Feet An overwhelming majority of the American people have foot trouble of one kind or another This was evealed strikingly when the con scripts were given their physical xaminations at the time an army was being mobilized and trained for he World war Physicians and podiatrists say there is no excuse for this since iractically 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