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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 23, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME 10 N E R 11 CM f A T OF THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI MVE CENTS A ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY APRIL 231935 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 165 Spenders of Billions Hopkins Pays but Little Attention to Precedent EDITORS is the last of a series of four ar ticles sketching the personali ties of four men who will have charge of spending the 000000 appropriated for federal work relief By WILLIAM S WHITE WASHINGTON April 23 Lean brisk Harry L Hopkins who will help direct the 5000000000 woiireliel program can take his official conven tions or leave them alone This 44 year old social worker who put 4000 000 men to work in the civil works program prob ably has paid less attention to precedent than any other man in and official dig nity still rests lightly upon him Probably term ing himself a noncompromist he has given Harry L democratic party Hopkin regulars a few headches by his outspoken com instance the time he described Upton Sinclairs nomina tions in California as great busi ness Gets Things Done He brings to his new job this same outspokeness that two years of handling relief and spending around have not stilled a Puckish mixture of ideal ism and toughfibred realism and a reputation for getting things done in a hurry Tall younglooking perhaps he more nearly speaks the average mans vernacular than any other new dealist many times he pub licly has abhorred politics of the patronage sort and despite a num ber ofcollisionswith cdngTesahihasVretained an unusual popularitywith them He never has hesitated to dress down officials with whom he came to blows in print One example was his blast at Governor Talmadge of Georgia All that guy is after is head lines Subordinates Like Him In all his stay here Hopkins has worked in a shabby office without the gilded trappings usually found in the headquarters of men of such position There he has labored sometimes until mid night planning arguing sometimes issuing ultimatums Subordinates think the world of him partly be cause he never hesitates to go to them He insisted on running the relief administration as he saw fit and de clined the opportunity to have a special legal department figuring the regular justicedepartment at torneys were good enough for him Hopkins has a lot of fun along with all the work He likes cards plays a fair game of golf goes to horse races and prize fights when he can spare the reads poetry Seeks Evidence for Ouster of Kuhlman SIOUX CITY April 23 sistant County Attorney Tom Mur rayinterviewed four persons who testified before the grand jury in vestigating alleged graft conditions here in an effort to obtain evidence on which to base ouster proceed ings against Public Safety Commis sioner Henry c Kuhlmann as rec ommended by the grand jury TfeWeather FORECAST IOWA Partly cloudy to cloudy Tuesday night and Wed nesday showers probable in extreme east portion awl Tues day night in central section slightly warmer in extreme east portion and cooler in extreme west Showers prob able in north partly cloudy in south Tuesday night and Wed nesday slightly warmer Toes day night along Lake Superior IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday 61 Minimum in Night 46 At 8 A M Tuesday 49 Rainfall 07 Monday afternoons rain was only a little more than enough to settle the dust but it served to stir hopes that more moisture was in the offing LIQUOR BOARD REMOVAL URGED Senate Rejects Chain Tax Amendments NINE PROPOSALS TO CHANGE BILL ALLVOTEDDOWN Final Vote Neared With Only Minor Points to Be Debated DBSMOINES April 23 Supporters of the BuringtonHar rington chaon store tax bill success fully piloted their measure away from six amendments proposed to day as it was debated in the Iowa senate Of nine changes proposed since the house approved measure waa ta ken up late yesterday all have been defeated in the upper branch Sev eral minor admendments remained early this afternoon before the bill can reach a final vote Two amendments offered by Sen ator L T Shangle D of Mahaska one to bring under provisions of the bill farm holdings where more than one is owned by the same owner ship and another to impose the tax on nonresident chains were both defeated Defends Farm Amendment Shangle defended his farm amendment with the assertion that t is just as bad to have Iowa farms turned over to foreign cor porations and insurance firms as it s for multiple mercantile businesses to the hands of large cor porate interests Another amendment offered by Senator G W Patterson E of Burt to exempt from chain tax jersons operating concerns wholly owned and with all assets within the state was ruled out of order in view ofthe defeat administered the Shangle proposal Senator E p Donohue R of New Hampton sought to exempt firms whose principle business is motor vehicle sales but was likewise overridden Discarded by House In their general form all of the amendments discussed in the senate were previously debated and dis carded as the house argued the bill ast week Four bills proposing to carry out the revised state financial program announced yesterday by Gov Clyde L Herring were introduced in the senate today Three of the measures came from the ways and means arid one from the appropriations com mittees They would allocate from the state threepoint tax fund poor re ief and CCC revenues from the re mainder of 1935 and would permit appropriation in 1936 from the gen eral fund of for additional 3CC activities Authorization would e made for setting aside 736750 o meet requirements of the federal 3WA and obtain federal allotments for improvement of state institu ionsin the next two years State Property Tax They also provide for a state iroperty tax to raise in 1936 and in the first half f 1937 for poor relief Legislation to put the state gen eral tax back on property will not e introduced until after the ap iropriations bill has been passed md the total necessary levy is mown Under the plan this would leave the entireproceeds of Tarn to Vage 2 Column 7 RAINlALLSfN PARTS OF IOWA All of State Cloudy Sioux City and Council Bluffs Have Showers DES MOINES April 23 Iowa was cloudy today and rain was falling at Sioux City and Coun cil Bluffs Moreover the weather bu eau predicted showers in the east rn sections of the state today and hi the central portion tonight Greatest precipitation yesterday was a half inch at Charles City Temperatures will vary throughout the state tonight and tomorrow rom slightly wanner in the ex reme east to cooler in the extreme west The high during the last 24 hours was 28 at Council Bluffs and Atlan ic and the low was 45 at Esther Home Trims Down State Budget Bill DBS MOINES April 23 Iowa bouse today lopped off its biennial appro priations bill by voting to reduce the contingent fund for the state government by that amount The action was on an amendment by Representative Dewey Goode R of Davis which was adopted after a number of amendments to set the contingent fund at different amounts had been rejected The house appropriations commit tee bill proposed a contingent fund of for each year of the 193637 biennium and this was re duced to Amendment Defeated An amendment by Representa tive J P Gallagher D of Iowa to increase the historical department allowance from to a year was defeated Changing its procedure from that followed yesterday when the bill was worked over in the committee of a whole the house in regular ses sion took up amendments to the various sections The committee on the whole changes which added a total of to the bills appropriation were not acted upon immediately by the house proper Urge Contingent Fund Representative A H Bonnstetter D of Kossuth urged that ample provision be made for the contin gent fund and several other speak ers pointed out what they consid ered was the advisability of sav ing money available in case of emergency If we haye a sufficient single cushion rund were going to iave to have a special assembly session which would cost consider ably more Bonnstetter said 483 Persians Dead in Series of Quakes TEHERAN Iraq April 23 Jnconfirmed reports received here today said 483 inhabitants of Maz anderan province in northern Iraq Persia have died in a series of earthquakes which have shaken the area since April 12 Ames Bank Robbers Seize Loot A checkup revealed three thugs who looted the College Savings bank at Ames Monday afternoon got away with slightly more than 4800 Officers still hunted the ban dits BEER BILL SENT TO CONFERENCE House Refuses to Recede From Senate Rejected Amendments DES MOINES April 23 beer bill went to conference com mittee in the Iowa general assem bly today when the house refused to recede from its amendments The vote by which the lower branch stood firm on its plans for drastic revision of the laws govern ing the sale of beer 8S to 7 The vote vas on a motion of Representative C L Rice D of Keokuk The senate earlier had refused to accept the house amendments to the senate approved bill The senate measure would merely have amend ed the present law to give com plete regulatory powers to cities and towns The measure immediately goes to the conference committee which will seek a solution to the differ ences between the house and senate Speaker John H Mitchell ap pointed as house members of the committee Representatives J P Gallagher D of Iowa E E Wie ben D of Tama C L Rice D of Keokuk and R D Blue R of Wright Plan Operation on Helen Kubls Head COUNCIL BLUFFS April 23 P of plans to perform a decompression operation on the head of Helen Kuhl 17 year old Pa cific Junction girl brutally beaten ID an attack March 20 which was fatal to her sister Edith was made by Dr A C Brown The girls condi tion he said was satisfactory Forgives Man He Served for Instead of seeking vengeance when he was freed from the Indiana state penitentiary for a crime he never committed Edward Singleton 43 year old war veteran went before a court and obtained a parole for Ralph B Hanvood 23 year old salesman who con fessed the robbery of which Singleton was convicted Both men are residents of Hammond Ind Associated Press CLIPPER RAGES FOR CALIFORNIA Plane Gains Speed on Last Leg of Return Flight From Hawaii ALAMEDA Cal April 23 laining speed as stubborn head winds slowly shifted toward its tail he Pan American Clipper raced in irilliant sunshine high above cloud janks today toward its goal of anding here completing the first round trip flight between California and Hawaii At 9 a m PST 12 noon eastern standard the seaplane was less than 600 miles off the coast and lying at a rapidly gaining rate af er a night of buffeting headwinds Aboard the plane when it took off from Pearl harbor at p m Honolulu time yesterday EST were more than 12000 let ters The takeoff was just one min ute ahead of the time announced y officials of Pan American Air ways owners of the huge craft Sues Driver of Car for Damages IOWA CITY April 23 mer Dill Jr son of Homer R Dill director of the University of Iowa museum filed a petition in district ourt here askingdamages of against Grant E Nelson University tudent from St Paul for asserted jermanent injuries he suffered in an automobile accident when he was riding with Nelson 54000 Deaths of Malaria Reported COLOMBO Ceylon April 23 Uf With 54000 deaths already offi cially reported the malaria epidemic was believed reviving A number of cities reported that he fever which recently diminished n fatalities grew stronger again over the weekend and many hos pitals were filled with patients Starting In This Issue On Page 4 Bending the Twig A ThoughtProvoking Series of Articles on Our Children and Our Schools Written by Dr John Guy Fowlkes of the University of Wisconsin an Out standing Authority in the Field of Education WOMAN TRAPPED FATALLY BURNED 7 Apartment House Fires in Chicago Are Blamed on Firebug CHICAGO April 23 woman was fatally burned and an other seriously injured here early today when they were trapped in one of seven northside apartment house fires which police blamed on a firebug All of the blazes oc curred this morning within a pe riod of two hours Mrs Julius Goldberg 73 a wid ow died at a hospital a short time after she was extricated from her flaming apartment home by fire men Her granddaughter Miss Vir ginia Winnick 18 year old high school student was in a serious condition from burns All of the fires were started in the vestibules of Rogers park apartment houses The first alarm was sounded at a m and the seventh fire the onein which the two women were burned was dis covered at a m Between those alarms scores of frightened families were routed from their beds as firemen raced to five other blazes Most of the fires were reported before the pre vious one was brought under con trol keeping all crews and equip ment in the area working at top speed All men on duty at two district pohestations were orderedout in a frantic hunt for an incendiarist Firemen were unable as yet to make an estimate of property dam age MANY PROJECTS AT SAME TIME Plan to Give Pump Priming Theory Test Attributed to Administration WASHINGTON April 23 A desire to start many work relief projects at one time in order to jive the pump priming theory of business recovery a thorough test was attributed to the Roosevelt ad ministration in informed circles to day Plans disclosed yesterday for bringing the civilian conservation corps to a peak of 600000 men on July 1 were believed to be an indi cation of the timing contemplated in the 54000000000 works drive CCC officials said land already iiad been acquired for 1216 addi tional conservation camps and that the war department was ready to aegin construction at once But the organizations full program would not get under way until the midsummer deadline they added CONGRESS TOLD BONUS TO MEAN BOOST IN TAXES Treasury Will Call for Increase in Levy on Inheritances WASHINGTON April 23 Congress was warned frankly today that if a bonus bill is passed the treasury will recommend a new fed eral inheritance tax to raise from to a year This notice came from Secretary Morgenthau who appeared before the senate finance committee and said that any pendingbonus propos als would call for additional taxes He testified after American Legion representatives had rejected any compromise and demanded full cash payment Visitors at Capitol With Easter visitors still throng ing the capitol the house met at noon to receive from its appropria tions committee one of the largest oeacetime naval appropriation bills in history one calling for an ex penditure of in the 1936 fiscal year The committee however slashed by nearly budget esti mates for new ship construction as serting the cost of building the American navy un to treaty strength must be disturbing to us and equally disquieting to other powers Ickes Not Through Secretary Ickes returned from New York today denied that he was Senator Long D his trenchant senatorial critic and predicted that President Roose velt would announce at least some of the details of the new 000 work relief program later in the day Conceding the United States is de nendent upon the rest of the world for one of the most important in dustrial and war materials tin the house foreign affairs committee recommended a broad clan designed to stimulate production of that metal within American borders 12 Persons Seriously Hurt in Train Wreck MEXICO D F April 23 Twelve persons were in hospitals vith serious injuries today and 38 others were suffering from minor mrts as a result of a train wreck near here yesterday caused by the collision of an excursion train and a switching engine Jury Named to Hear Trial of Five Women LINCOLN Nebr April 23 A jury to hear the governments case against five Rhoden Likens Alice Dennig Cath erine Limerick Ethel Berry and Theola Gierkmann of Council Bluffs and with harbor ing bank robbers was completed lere May 8 Set For Trial DES MOINES April 23 Way 8 was set as the1 date of trial if 20 men arrested early Easter morning at the club Belvedere here Ouster Urged HAROLD M COOPER DICK R LANE FOUR SALESMEN GOT BUSINESS Report Is Made on Audit of Iowa Liquor Control Commission DES MOINES April 23 ilore than 52 per cent of the liquor mrchased by the Iowa liquor con rol commission up to Dec 31 1934 was supplied through four sales men the report of an audit made jy the office of State Auditor C W Storms showed today The regular annual audit required y the statutes it touched onsome Turn o PaRR 8 Column 2 Electric Chair Claims Two Lives in Illinois CHICAGO April 23 men died in the electric chair in Illinois early today one with words of forgiveness on his lips the other voicing a tirade of hatred The two were Thomas J Lehne 44 former Venice 111 policeman whose death sentence was executed n the southern Illinois penitentiary at Chester and Fred Blink 44 Whiteside county farmer electro cuted at Joliet prison Lehne was killed for the murder of Charles Puhse of Granite City 11 husband of his paramour Jan 26 1934 Blinks life was taken by he state for the shotgun slaying of John Hamilton Fulton 111 his for mer business partner and one of ive persons killed last September y Blink in an outburst of rage over a debt Both were calm and entered the death chambers composedly Lehne waS the first to be executed He was strapped in the chair at Ches ter at a m and was dead four minutes later The electric cur rent was switched into Blinks body at a in at Joliet Four min utes later he too was dead Blink had only bitter words of condemnation for L L Winn Whiteside county states attorney who prosecuted his case and Tim Corrick of Des Moines husband of one of Blinks victims and principal state witness at his trial in Morri son 111 last winter I only wish Corrick and Winn were going to sit on my lap he declared just before he began the march from his cell to the death chamber Blink contended at his trial that although he killed Hamilton Mrs Corrick Harry Menje of Belvidere 111 Mrs Jennie Walter and Webb Collier of Sterling brother and sis ter his mind on the day of the slay ings was a blank because of poisoned liquor which he alleged Corrick drugged In his final words Blink reiterated his defense TRIOACCUSEDOF MISCONDUCT BY ATTORNEY PAGE Eiouse Refuses to Allow Report to Be Printed in Journal By ROY F PORTER Associated Press Staff Writer DES MOINES April 23 Members of the Iowa liquor control ommission today were accused of maladministration and wilful mis Conduct which constitutes grounds or their removal by Floyd E 3age of Denison attorney for the egislative committee investigating the commission In a lengthy legal report to the committee on testimony taking dur ng the investigating sessions Page named Chairman Harold M Cooper of Marshalltown Bernard E Man HAVE NO COMMENT DES MOINES April 23 The Iowa liquor commission to day authorized the following statement We have no comment to make on Mr Pages report to the committee We understand it has not as yet been approved consequently it is not the official report to the legislature ley of Mason City and Dick R Lane of Davenport as violators of sec tions of the Iowa liquor act He re viewed testimony and submitted legal findings to the committee on 18 subjects considered by the The bouse refused to Allow report by Page to be printed house journal The house in lieu of permitting the report to be printed in the jour nal adopted a substitute motion providing for the report to be filed together with the committees offi cial report at the earlest possible convenience The substitute motion offered by Representative Arch vIcFarlane R of Blackhawk Pages report was called up on he floor by Representative Gus fUesen D of Plymouth who mov d that it be printed in the journal Series of Substitutions The house debated the motion and ntangled itself in a series of sub titutions and amendments which ventually resulted in the with rawal of all previous motions and he acceptance of McFarlanes mo ion The report completed yesterday y Page after the committee had oncluded its inquisitorial sessions has been given to the committee members One of the members Rep esentative C L McKinnon D of lenry opposed the move to release the report on the grounds the com mittee had not had sufficient op portunity to study the lengthy doc ument Representatives B B Hicken ooper R of Linn Herman Knud son R of Cerro Gordo and Roy Sours R of Floyd made addresses u favor of release of the report but lam fa race 2 Column 2 CARE OF THE FEET Foot troubles are more preva ent than any other human ills not withstanding the fact that they are asily prevented or corrected The for this is that most people are either ignorant or careless or rath in such important matters as he selection of footwear foot hy 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