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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 11, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                C R I ii ML li 5 Vl i f T C F I Mf c NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION n i VOL CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED MAY CONSISTS OF TVVO SECTION 181 lowans in Washington Shift of Processing Tax to Cattle Is Given Up ASHINGTON May 11 Possible shifting of part of the processing tax on hogs to cattle and other live stock definitely is out of the farm administra tion picture here now despite the strong support the plan had from leading lowans in the ad ministration Secretary Wal lace Farm Ad ministrator Da vis and Dr A G Black then chief of the feed grain and livestock division of the farm administration all favored a lower tax on hogs with a small tax on cat tie sheep and dairy products to pay benefits to corn and otber feed grain growers for controlling their pro duction The plan was blocked in congress as a new amendment to the AAA would be necessary but there re mained a possibility the farm ad ministration might try to evolve a plan to shift part of the tax under the machinery available with the present adjustment act Gerald B Thome until recently economic adviser to the farm ad ministration and Dr Blacks suc cessor as head of the feed grain and livestock division said today how ever that all attempts to draft a program affecting beef cattle have been abandoned Effort Should Be Made Unless producers request action or consideration of a new program he said the farm administration a watchful waiting hands off policy Thorne is convinced an effort should be made to take ac tion in time to avert another over supply of livestock which would glut themarkets and lower prices duceri themselves to initiate ac tion Besides the lowans in the admin istration who indorsed the proposed unified program to control feed grains by general processing taxes on livestock a group of Iowa farm ers came here to work for the pro posal Willard Edwards of Humboldt and other Iowa farmers led the sup port of the plan in meetings of cat tlemens committees here but the protests of western range cattlemen outvoiced them Wearin Wins Battle Representative Wearin D la has won one committee battle against what he considered im proper spending of the taxpayers Turn to Page 2 Column 1 S U I Fraternity Furniture to Be Sold IOWA CITY May 11 ment of was obtained in dis trict court here by Lee Nagle against the ousted Phi Beta Delta fraternity to satisfy an overdue rent claim Furniture owned by the fraternity was ordered sold to meet the claim Members of the frater nity were expelled recently for maintaining a disorderly house TheWeather FORECAST IOWA Showers Saturday night and probably Sunday morning Cooler in west central portion Saturday night and throughout the state Sunday MINNESOTA Cloudy show ers Saturday night and pos sibly in north and extreme east portions Sunday morning cool er in west portion Saturday night and in south portion Sun day IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclocSc Saturday morning Maximum Friday 70 Minimum in Night 50 At 8 A M Saturday 33 Rainfall 35 At 8 oclock Saturday morning with May about onethird gone Ma son Citys precipitation for the month stood at inches and this amount was substantially increased during the day 21 of an inch hav ing fallen between 8 and 9 oclock The normal May total of moisture is 416 inches WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO May 11 outlook for the week beginning Monday May 13 For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and the northern and central great plains Occasional showers temperatures mostly near or below normal 4 BANDITS ROB BANK AT LE MARS Dean Heads Iowa Farmers on Washington Trip MORE THAN FROM MIDWEST AND SOUTHWEST Pilgrimage Designed to Ask Congress to Give AAA Power Earl Dean of Mason City Charles Lamm of St Ansgar and E P Hay ward of Hardin county left together Saturday on a trip to Washington to join other farmers in urging pas sage of recommendations on the AAA setup of production control Mr Dean former state legislator is head of the Iowa delegation Members of the Iowa delegation will meet in Washington Monday night it is expected to make fur ther plans for presenting their proposals We are not trying to high pres sure anyone Mr Dean explained We are just going to present our ideas as a group of farmers and tell of conditions on farms The recom mendations are not so much for production control as to provide means for maintaining adequate surpluses without flooding the mar ket More Than 500 Strong DBS MOINES May 11 Corn and cotton farmers more than 500 strong struck out for the nations capital today intent upon insuring of the midwest and southwest The pilgrims will gather in Washing ton Tuesday for a mass meeting and possible talks by Secretary Wallace and Farm Administrator Chester C Davis Their frankly announced purpose is to press for passage of the pend ing AAA amendments which the farm administration has asserted are vital to continued crop control All Dirt1 Farmers The farmer delegation is com posed mainly of county and township crop adjustment control association members They all are dirt farm ers and assertedly are paying their own expenses or defraying costs by funds raised by personal donation The move met with a word of cau tioi from Administrator Davis in Washington that AAA officials were to maintain strict neutrality in the farm trek This was interpreted in official quarters as predicated on a belief the farm administration might be held responsible for any action of the group Officials declared privately the farmers were rallying to the AAA because they decided if the cotton processing tax is repealed AAA at tacks will spread to other adjust ment programs Started in Texas Wellinformed quarters both here and in Washington asserted the Turn to Page 2 Column S WRITlGAlST RELIEF STRIKERS Administration Proceeds to Prepare for Planting of Community Gardens With a temporary injunction Is sued restraining eight striking re lief workers from interfering with the administration of relief to tae poor the Cerro Gordo county re lief administration proceeded Sat urday to prepare for the planting of community gardens A representative from the stats office is expected to be here over the weekend to give information on relief work under the new setup and any expansion of relief projects will not be attempted until next week The eight persons who were en joined were Abe Butler A E Bower H N Ward F C Baker John Paul Walter Becker Clarence Ward and George S Eberline Judge M F Edwards who issued the injunction Friday afternoon overruled a motion by Attorney D H Fitzpatrick to dissolve the in junction as to Mr Bower The other defendants were not represented by counsel County Attorney Frederick B Shaffer is at work drawing up the court order for presentation to Judge Edwards Monday The judge held in his ruling that socalled peaceful picketing can be enjoined adding however that there is no such thing as peaceful picketing Verdict Set Aside CHARLOTTE N Car May 11 Judge W F Harding today set aside the verdict returned for F Brandon Smith Jr in his alienation of affections suit against his for mer wifes father Joseph F Cannon Concord millionaire and ordered a new trial Judge Harding in setting it his action taken Her father couldnt have alienated her affections from Smith MrsJ Anne Cannon Rey nolds Smith above told the jury because she never loved Smith She divorced Smith even quicker than she did the late Smith Reynolds F R Making His Decision About Bonus WASHINGTON May 11 definite decision on vetoing the Pat man cash bonus bill was expected to be made by President Roosevelt today while on a fishing trip wita key men in congress Accompanied by Vice President Garner Speaker Byrns Senator Robinson the democratic leader and Chairman Harrison of the senate finance committee the president drove into the Blue Ridge mountains of Maryland for the weekend Soon after he left Senator Long D La a leader of the cash bonus forces which are bombarding the capital with telegrams said in a statement that virtually all demo cratic chieftains favored the Pat man measure Congress in Recess i The senate and house were in re cess today many members of con gress taking advantage of balmy spring weather to attend the Preakness at the Pimlico race track in nearby Balitmore Just before he left the city the president took another step in launching the work relief program with the issuance of an executive order officially creat ing the rural electrification division It was given an initial fund of 000 Meanwhile AAA officials assist ed in arranging accommodations for the pilgrimage of raidwestern farmers who will arrive Monday to ask congress to strengthen and make permanent the farm adminis tration Must Involve Farming In his first decision oh the 880000000 work relief fund J R McCarl the comptroller general ruled that the money could not be Turn to FJKEC 2 Column 1 LAWYERS TOLD TO SEEK OUSTER OF DUCKWORTH Judge Rice Takes Formal Action on Woodburys County Attorney SIOUX CITY May 11 Judge F H Rice today formally ordered Ole Naglestad and Carlos W Goltz special prosecutors for Woodbury county to file proceedings to bring about the removal of Max Duck worth from the office of county at torney An information also was filed this morning against William Texler slot machine repair man charging conspiracy to obstruct administra tion of justice He had been ar rested Friday with L Resnick Po lice this morning released Resnick for lack of evidence Earlier Goltz presenting evidence in the grand jury investigation of charges of graft and corruption in public office here had announced he was preparing a petition asking removal of Duckworth Asked to Resign County Attorney Duckworth has been asked to resign Goltz stated but he has refused to do so We are preparing a suit asking that he be removed from office Duckworth and Goltz both ap peared before a special session of the board of supervisors yesterday ii Fire and Explosions Wreck Chemical Plant board adjourned to meet again to day Both the county attorney and the special prosecutor appeared again this morning before the board and Duckworth again refused to quit his office Following the boards session Goltz announced he would seek Duckworths ouster through the courts Elected in Landslide Duckworth a democrat has been county attorney since Jan 1 1932 when he was elected in the democratic landslide which swept the country He was renominated in Turn to Page 2 Column Shoot Payroll Bandit and Recover Money MEMPHIS Tenn May 11 Less than an hour after three ban dits obtained in a payroll robbery at the AndersonTully company lumber manufacturers today police shot one of the rob bers arrested another and recovered all the money NAME CHAVEZ TO SUCCEED CUTTING Former Demo Representative to Finish Senate Term for New Mexico SANTA FE N Mex May 11 3 of Dennis Chavez former democratic representative to succeed the late Senator Bronson Cutting indepedent republican was announced today at the office of Gov Clyde Tingley Chavez who ran against Cutting in 1934 and al ready had a contest pending for Cuttings seat was given an ap pointment which runs until the 1936 general election Senator Cutting was killed in an air crash near At lanta Mo last Monday When Cuttingdefeated Chavez last fall by a scant disputad 1200 votes Tingley a democrat and run ning mate of Chavez gained the governorship Will Drop Contest In a statement Tingley expressed personal feeling that the pending contest of Chavez now should be dropped This came as a surprise since many political observers had felt that Chavez both would accept the interim appointment and con tinue his contest so that if he won the latter he would be entitled to Cuttings full term until 1940 and a campaign in 1936 would thus be j unnecessary Chavez himself later told news men he would not pursue the pend ing contest but would be a candi date for the remainder of the Cut ting term in the 1936 election Regard for Cutting The tragic death of Senator Cutting for whom I held a high re gard and a genuine personal affec tion Chavez said sealed his lips and makes it impossible for him to speak in defense of his rights Any effort on my part to press the con test further would place me in the attitude of attacking the title of a departed friend I am unwilling to do that If successful in the contest Chavez would have been entitled to serve until December 1940 Fire starting in an oil tank and followed by several explosions swept the Merck and company plant in South Philadelphia causing damage estimated between and Three buildings were de stroyed by the flames Associated Press ERROR IS FOUND IN BUDGET BILL State Gpyetnment Will Be Months of 1935 B GEORGE MILLS Iowa Dally Press Bureau DES MOINES May How to make 16000000 do the work of 7 500000 in appropriations was the problem confronting state officials today with the discovery that the fortysixth general assembly failed to provide sufficiently for operation of the state government in the lasl half of 1935 The difference between income and outgo will require dras tic trimming of financial sails be tween July 1 and Dec 31 accord ing to C B Murtagh state comp troller Among other things it will mean that no money will be avail able for capital improvements at the state institutions this year and probably not before April or May of 1936 he added Here is the state financial pic ture for the last six months of this year Two General Forms The legislature appropriated ap proximately 515000000 a year for state purposes in its budget Half of that or is the amount earmarked for the six months end ing Dec 31 1935 To meet its appropriations the state will have two general forms of revenue this year One is the three point tax proceeds of which 000 is allocated for state purposes each year The 6000000 is paid at the rate of a quarter Thus the state will receive 000 from this scouree July 1 and an other Oct 1 The other source is made up of many types of taxation all of them being grouped under the heading of indirect revenue In this group are insurance taxes cigaret tax and the like These yield approximately a years Every Six Months Thus the yield from these indi rect sources can be figured to oe approximately every six months The states income for the six months then will be as follows Three Point tax July 1 51500000 Three point tax Oct 1 Indirect taxes Total Appropriations for same period Wallace Asks Louisiana to Agriculture Henry A Wallace addressing a statewide agricultural rally here today in the domain of his frequent critic Sen ator Huey P Long called upon the farmers of the nation to stand firm in their support of the agricultural adjustment act It is time for farmers to get up on their hind legs and fight for what they know to be simple justice he said adding that your united stand for the cause of agriculture was never more necessary than at the present moment Two weeks ago Senator Long fired a blast against the AAA and he new deal policies in Secretary Wallaces home city Des Moines Crucial Period Ahead The next few weeks will be cru cial said the cabinet member If the ranks of agriculture hold firm we have some chance to improve the agricultural adjustment act and come closer to winning for agricul ture its fair share of the national ncome but if the ranks of agricul ure are divided it is almost a cer ainty that what farmers have jattled for for 15 years will be lost Secretary Wallace declared the farm situation changed when Presi dent Roosevelt came into office Since the farmer has to buy in a protected market the farm pro of the new deal found a way o help him sell in a protected mar ket For the first time through the device of the processing tax the ma jority of farmers had a tariff that actually worked for them Won Right to Adjust Because of surpluses so huge as to overshadow our whole national economy because of the limited amount of food the human stomach can consume because of a shattered foreign market for farm products agriculture in 1933 won the right to adjust its production to the market Jiat actually existed The agricultural adjustment act borrowed the centralizing power of government so that agriculture might at least begin to win back a little of its fair share of the nation al income now that these gov Tnm to 2 Column 8 By WILLARD KEEFE Associated Press Staff Writer The Patman bill authorizing im mediate payment of the soldiers bonus with of print ng press money was passed by the senate A veto was predicted to be sustained by half a dozen votes Op jonents of the bill warned against nflation but the bills defenders re fused to compromise on proposals to strike out the printed currency clause Deficit Actually the difference might even be greater according to Mur tagh because income in the indi rect group generally is higher in the first six months of the year than in the last Rather than a income every six months the figure may be nearer for the first half of 1935 and only 000 for the second half 83500000 Deficit If this proves to be true the de ficit will be It was indicated that no plan of using stamped warrants until the 1936 revenues are available is con Tnrn to Iaef 2 Column M MASON CITY IN DISTRICT FINAL Defeats Dows 13 to Ion Wet Diamond at Tournament in Titonka TITONKA May City defeated Dows 13 to 1 here Satur day to go into the finals of the dis trict baseball tournament A wet diamond delayed playing consider ably and the ArmstrongRake semi final scheduled for the morning was not started until later Score by innings R H E Mason City 103 234 15 4 Dows 000 000 1 3 0 Fletcher and Mott Bolles and C Boone BONUS ACT TOPS NEWS FOR WEEK Ilaly Hints at Making War raAbysrinia as Europe Keeps Arming CUT TELEPHONE LINES AND TAKE IN LOOT No Shots Fired as They Escape Toward Road to Minneapolis LE MARS May 11 bandits held up and robbed the Le liars Savings bank here today and escaped with approximately in currency Shortly after the bank opened for lusiness at 9 a m an auto bearing Nebraska license plates drove up before the front door Four men wearing masks leaped out Three of them dashed into the bank lobby They were armed with revolvers and sawed off shotguns Stick em up one of them or dered Raise Their Hands Seven bank officers and employes and two customers one of them ac ompanied by his small son raised heir hands towards the ceiling in urprise All of you get to the back room the bandit ordered and herd ed the bank officials and customers ahead of him The boy whimpered in ear While this bandit stood guard over his prisoners the other two robbers cut the banks telephone lines and then quickly but methodically went through the cages and money drawers scooping the banks funds into sacks It did not take long Blocked by Time Lock They soon discovered that a time lock on the vault blocked them from the money there In less than live called to the guard iet NEWS OF THE WEEK BONUS BILL PASSED ITALY HINTS AX WAR RAIL TENSIONS VOIDED SENATOR CUTTING KILLED The Italian chamber of deputies was advised in the report on the taloAbyssinian crisis that the na tion is ready to fight that Italy cannotremain indifferent before repetition of incidents in Abyssinia Arms Race Goes On The armaments race continued Great Britain was pushing her plans for increased production of war planes soviet dictator Stalin ad nitted that the Russian people had been driven into industrialization and collectivism to make them strong against attack France con tinued to cry its alarm over Ger manys desire to fortify the demili tarized Rhineland zone The reich denounced as unmoral the FrancoRussian mutual assist ance pact The supreme court by a five to our vote declared the railroad re tirement act unconstitutional The decision was regarded in some quarters as a challenge to the val idity of the pending social and econ omic security bill as it now stands Senator Cutting Killed Senator Bronson Cutting of New Mexico and four others were killed in the crash of a transport plane in Missouri Herbert Witherspoon 61 successor to Giulio GattiCasazza as general manager of the Metropoli tan Opera company died of a heart Turn to Fact 2 Column 2 They ran outside and leapefl Into the car Meanwhile the bandit on guard at the bank entrance menaced all ap proaches with a machine gun Like wildfire word ran along the street the banks being robbed By the time the bandits were ready to leave more than 100 per sons had come out of stores or up side streets to peer out at the ban dits and then dodge back to cover But no shots were fired Roar Out of Town The bandits roarded out of town n highway 5 towards the intersec ion of highway 75 which runs from Sioux City to Minneapolis Officers quickly organized a posse and gave base but failed to sight the bandit ar Bank employes who faced the ianditsf guns were Mike Kass president Joe Cook cashier and Joe Kass Lawrence Tnm to Pane 2 Column 2 33 Naval Officers in Greece Sentenced to Die in Courtmartial ATHENS May 11 three naval officers all but two of whom have fled the country since the recent unsuccessful revolt to day were sentenced to death by a naval courtmartial but President i Alexander Zaimis commuttcd to life j imprisonment the sentences of the j two who appeared for trial in per I son Identify Des Moines Streetcar Victim DES MOINES May 11 The man fatally injured when struck by a streetcar here yesterday had been identified today by his wife as Ole Mordal 67 a Des Moines carpenter Mrs Mordal called police when her husband failed to return home Flowering Annuals Flowering annuals have their place in every garden and they alone will make a beautiful garden if they are selected with good taste planted on the correct sche dule and given proper cultivation and care It does not require an ex pert gardener to do this Any ama teur can qualify and get splendid results if he will be guided by our booklet Annual Flowering Plants An especially valuable fea ture is a chart for color making with each flower arranged accord ing to height Twentynine varieties of annuals are included in this chart Price 10 cents to any ad dress postpaid Use coupon The Mason City GlobeGazette Information bureau Frederic J Haskin director Washington D C I enclose 10 cenfg In coin carefully wrapped for the booklet on Annual Flowering Plants Name Street City Stats i Mall to Washinpfo3 V   

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