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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                i L 0 E NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI 5TVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MAY 20 1935 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 188 FEULING COOPER PLEAD NOT GUILTY lowans in Washington Visit of Farmers Was Happy Day for Wallace May 20 The farraers march on the capitai to defend adjustment pro gram made a field day for Iowas Secretary Wallace and in the opinion of some of his friends the hap piest day of his life Quietly he watched the sev e r a 1 thousand farmers gather in historic Con stitution hall Joking laughing yipyipping they came from the cotton and tobacco fields of the south from the Caro linas Georgia and Alabama from Louisiana and Texas from the wheat fields of Kansas the Dakotas and Montana and from his own cornbelt region Modestly he received their ova tion when he stepped to the ros trum to chat with them in friendly ovation whose thunder ing cheers echoed and reechoed against the high ceiling of the au ditorium The whole farm audience jumped to its feet with applause and shouts which lasted for several minutes and then subsided to listen intently to his every word deliv ered informally almost shyly and the attitude of Jieac pf acr Perhaps the high moment of the day came when he stepped before a loudspeaker attachment on the south portico of the white house to introduce the president to the farm ers who had come to his support when the attacks on his farm pro gram were growing hottest from its critics His voice fairly rang with excite citement as he opened the way for the president to deliver his unex pected vigorous defense of the farm program and attack on its op ponents Wallace stood in the back ground as the president thundered forth his denunciation of the high and mighty1 He heard with just the faintest wisp of a smile the re sounding cheers and spontaneous bursts of laughter with which the milling sea of farmers standing be low on the white house lawn re sponded to the president Was Tribute to Wallace It was a special tribute to Wal lace who firmly denies criticism from his opponents that the march was inspired and organized by the farm administration The farmers spread in a vast cir cle across the white house lawn cheering the presidents stand for the program as they had whooped it up for Wallace in the morning and Chester P Davis earlier in the afternoon at their mass meeting Wallace went to the mass meet ing without a prepared speech When the time came for him to ap pear he leaned his elbows on the Tnrn to Page 3 Column 1 Senate Orders Probe of Rail Financing Urged by Wheeler WASHINGTON May 20 House bonus leaders made one last effort to win over President Roose velt but failed to shake his inten jon of vetoing the Patman bill with he most forceful language he can command Headed by Representative Wright Patman D Texas author of the measure the house members called at the white house and presented 12 page argument contending among other things that th bonus could be paid with new money with out impairing a sound monetary system Meanwhile certain administration eaders predicted that the bonus is sue would be resurrected immedi ately after defeat of the Patman defeat which the leaders call mathematical certainty Will Support Bonus One administration chief reported 2 to override a support a bonus bill in the form of a rider to another bill which would give the president a choiceof three ways of payingthe stead of the single of new currency contained in the Patman League of Nations Council in Session GENEVA May 20 JP The ItaloEtJbiopian dispute and projects for bringing Germany into a Euro pean peace system dominated league of nations circles today as the council met for what appears cer tain to be a period of intense activ ity FORECAST IOWA Showers Monday night and Tuesday mostly cloudy showers in extreme east portion rising temepratures in west portion MINNESOTA Mostly cloudy Monday night and Tuesday not much change in temperature IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock Monday morning Maximum Sunday 60 Minimum in Night 46 At 8 A M Monday M Rainfall IS Figures for 24 hour period end ing at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday 68 Minimum In Night SI At 8 A M Sunday 35 bill The proposed rider would direct that the bonus be paid It would lowever leave to the president the choice between issuing currency borrowing or taking the money out of his public works und The senate Monday ordered an nvestigation of railroad financing after Chairman Wheeler of the in lerstate commerce committee had declared conditions in some of the systems was scandalous Resent Cutting Opposition Wheeler said hearings probably would start next fall Ed Howe Better Buried in Cave House Bonus Leaders Fail to Shake Roosevelt NEW PH WITH BETTER CHANCE TO WIN DRAFTED Neiv photo of Ed Hnive world famous Kansas county editor who is recovering in Johns Hop kins hospital Baltimore from serious illness The famed au thor of Story of a Country Town has hecn threatened with total blindness Central Press Alyce Janes Guardian to NEW BEDFORD Luella McHenry of Oma ha was apointed guardian of her daughter Alyce Jane in probate court here today after Paul Mc Henry Iowa Falls Iowa father of the child withdrew his petition contesting the guardianship plea Under Massachusetts law the fa ther despite his residence in Iowa Falls was the natural guardian A throng of spectators crowded the courtroom in the hope of hearing arguments presented by counsel for the parents of the 11 year old girl who was restored to normal health through an operation for diaphrag matic hernia Mrs McHenry how lever secluded herself in an ante i room of the court chamber In open resentment against the A note aloud y administrations opposition to the wmiam c Crossleyi colmsel for Me reelection of the late benaioi Henry and district attorney here J Bronson Cutting New Mexico re publicanindependent five senate liberals walked out of the senate chamber today when Dennis Cha vez Cuttings successor was ad ministered the oath of office They were Senators Johnson California Norris Nebraska Nye North Dakota republicans LaFol lette progressive of Wisconsin and Shipstead farmerlabor of Minne sota A sixth Senator Borah R Ida who was understood to have been a leader in the protest absented Turn to Inee 3 Column I TORNADO TAKES TOLL IN SOUTH At Least Two Persons Dead in Alabama and One in Mississippi DOTHAN Ala May 20 least two persons were killed and an undetermined number injured near Midland City Ala today in a storm which cut a path across southeast ern Alabama Doctors with ambulance equip ment from Atmore Ala were rushed to McCullough Ala 1 miles north of Atmore this morn ing on appeals for help after the town was reported struck by a tor nado The storm followed tornado and floods that claimed 13 lives in Texas and Oklahoma over the weekend Negro Child Killed JACKSON Miss May 20 One person was killed and severa others injured by high winds that swept scattered sections of Missis sippi early today Near Utica the storm killed Negro child leveled about 12 houses injured an undetermined number 01 persons and badly damaged the property of the Utica institute Negro college A light storm is reported to have struck between Mendenhall and Ma gee in Simpson county injuring two negroes and killing several farm an imals said I hereby reqeust you to with draw my appearance for me in the guardianship of my daughter Alyce Jane I do not desire to contest any further Mrs McHenry after her appoint ment as guardian by Judge May hew R Hitch denied she and her tiusband ever had been separated She said they were together last night in Fall River attending a mo tion picture show with Alyce Jane and another daughter Frances McHecry drove Frances from his Iowa home arriving yesterday in Fall River where Alyce Jane and her mother have been staying since the operation Arrest 40 Motorists FORT DODGE May 20 lice arrested more than 40 motorists in a drive against traffic violations Most of them were released with warning 8 IN IOWA ARE MISHAP VICTIMS OVER WEEKEND 2 Are Killed in Algona Others in North Iowa Are Injured Eight lowans lost their lives over the weekend in accidents and drownings and several were injured The dead Envin Thomas IS Arling ton drowned Frank Thomas 11 Arling ton drowned Clarence N Anderson 54 Des Moines killed in Algona auto accident K C House 37 Des Molnts Uillert in Algona auto accident Dale Ginn 12 Gravity killed in gun accident Andrew Visand 65 Badger crushed by auto Joseph Wilson 25 Central City killed In motorcycleauto crash Robert Forry 6 Laurens run over by auto Those injured were Lowell Honchcr Mankato hurt in Algona collision Carl Olson Belmond hyrt in planter accident Dean Connor Charles City hurt in Osage accident rles City hurt ft Anderson general agent for the New England Mutual Life Insurance company of Boston and R C House 37 salesman for the Rollins hosiery mills in Nebras ka and Iowa both from Des Koines ware killed in an auto accident about 60 reds west of the Hobarton corner on highway 18 which is about 2i miles northwest of Algona The ac cident happened about 4 oclock Saturday afternoon The two men were returning home from a fishing trip at Spirit Lake when the accident occurred The car was a new Chrysler belong ing to Anderson who was doing the driving He had just passed a beer truck and was going at a high rate of speed it was stated when he lost control of the car swerving from one side of the pavement to the other and finally going into the ditcn The ear turned over four times Anderson was killed instantly and House died at the General hos pital in Algona at p m Sat urday from a probable skull frac ture and concussion and other in jurijs He never regained conscious ness The right side of his body re ceived the most injuries Inquest Is Postponed Joe Elbert and Harold Cosgrove working in a nearby field were the only witnesses The car had a flat rear tire but it is not known whether the accident was caused from it or ir it happened after the accident The car was demolished An inquest was opened Saturday evening with Cleve Barton Charles Nolle and Edward Taylor as jurors but was postponed to a further un known date Both bodies were tak en back to Des Moines early Sunday for burial Both men were friends Turn to 3 Column 2 ORCHESTRA HAS SECOND DIVISION ONTEST RATING SHIRLEY EVANS BODY OF MISSING GIRL 8 FOUND Believed Killed in Landslide but Hunt for Possible Kidnaper Planned C Woodwind Ensemble Put in Highest Group at Madison Members of the Mason City high ichool orchestra Monday resumed heir regular studies after partici ating in the largest national or hestra contest ever held that at Madison Wis Friday and Satur day The local players received sec division rating The Mason City woodwind group received first divi rankings and other local groups and soloists placed high The three orchestras which re eived division one ranking which ivas that of highly superior were Lane Tech of Chicago John Adams of Cleveland and Cleveland Heights There were 13 orchestras in the sec md division rating which was that of superior Twentyone class A or hestras played in the keenest com jetition ever noted by judges in a lational contest Others Place High Second division rankings in small ensemble and solo competition for Mason City were Edith Stevens in Snglish horn solo Orris Herfindahl n student conducting miscellaneous string ensemble brass sextet and oliJ Sliirley cEvaiis missing from Kerhom e in Jackaon Heights Queens since last Friday was found dead today 250 yards from her home Her body was buried beneath a ton of earth in a cave she and playmates had dug in an excavation n the rear of her home District Attorney Charles P Sul livan of Queens county said the jirl in all likelihood died in a land slide He said however search for a possible kidnaper and assailant would continue The discovery ended a two day search by police Boy Scouts and neighbors who beat nearby swamp lands and lots in a fear the child had been slain Calls It Accident After examining the girls bodyat the Queensboro morgue acting chief inspector John J Sullivan of the New York police expresesd the be lief death was accidental It looks at present he said as if a cavein had caused the death of the little girl There were no exter nal marks of violence and judging from the condition of the finger nails she did not struggle with any person Her clothes apparently were undisturbed Children Saw Mishap I am beginning to think that some children saw this accident and were afraid to tell about it The body was uncovered after 10 minutes digging after a neighbor Taylor Putney Jr had recalled the childrens digging Putney teacher of history in New York university has an apartment in the same building occupied by the Evans at 8216 Thirtyfourth avenue Jackson Heights Queens Today he urged another search of the excavation in a vacant lot for merly used by the children as a playground HOME BUILDING GAINS The F W Dodge corporation of New York announced that April contracts for residential construction in the 37 states east of the Rocky mountains were larger than for any other month since the close of 1931 The corporation called the factor the most favorable in the otherwise relatively drab picture of current consumption activity The total of residential contracts for April reached as against 000 in the same month last year The cor poration does not obtain records from the states west of the Rocky mountains Coming on top of the substantial gain in March and an increase of about 23 per cent for the initial quarter of 1935 as compared with the corresponding period of 1934 the April figures are even more encouraging said L Seth Schnitrnon chief statistician of the corporation The April residential total reached 000000 in the 37 eastern states as against only for April 1934 and 209000 for March of this year The April total for housing facilities was about onethird of the total contract volume for all classes of construction This also is a significant development since in the recent past residential building has formed far smaller a proportion of the consumption volume than is customary for this branch of activity The total volume of construction in the 37 eastern states approximated for April This contrasts with for April of last year Of the April total this year a far greater amount was private con struction than was true of either the March total or for April of last year This too is an encouraging note In fact private construc tion contracts during April were higher than for any other month since the beginning of 1932 New business at the lumber mills has shown progressive increases for three con secutive weeks with the unrevised total vol ume booked during the last week of April the heaviest of any week since November 1933 Shipments were in excess of those of ony week since July 1933 production was heaviest since September 1934 Orders were 32 per cent above those of corresponding week of 1934 shipments were 26 per cent in excess of those reported for the 1934 division ibte solo Diclc Barker Jn trombone solo Results in the B flat clarinet competition in which Bill Pappas of Mason City was entered were still not available Monday after noon The great number entered in his made the playing a long pro cedure Pappas was called back to play a second time when judges leard the best of the best in an at tempt to making placings Charles Cityan High James Stiehl of Charles City was division one in baritoneeuphon um and division four of trombone solo Lee Francis Lyebarger was in division one of baritone euphon ium and division two of trombone solo Our orchestra played very well and I was well satisfied with its per formance Carleton L Stewart di rector of the Mason City organiza tion stated Of course we were all disappointed with the ranking we received I heard the Lane Tech or chestra of Chicago and it certainly was a marvelous organization Staged at Hotel The Mason City delegation under the supervision of Principal James Rae returned at oclock Sun day morning in a special Milwau kee train While in Madison the Ma son City orchestra stayed at the Loraine hotel and rehearsed in the ball room providing ideal arrange ments Osage and clear Lake orchestras returned Saturday The Osage or ganization which received third di vision in class B stayed at the Park hotel and the Clear Lake group which received fourth division in class B was housed in the Belmont hotel Madisons facilities were over taxed by the 3500 high school mu sicians who were there and some were forced to use makeshift ar rangement although the host city did its best to provide housing The East Waterloo orchestra was among those which had difficulty in find ing quarters and stayed in the field house Had to Close Doors Attendance Saturday night was so great that it was necessary to close the doors for the contest which was held in the Masonic aud itorium Soon after arriving in Madison the Mason City orchestra held a rehearsal Thursday night and sub sequently held several practices get in the best of condition for ap pearance before the judge Mis Marjorie B Smith devoted specia efforts in final checking up of the Turn to Pane 3 Column 1 Chain Letter Mill Not to Be Resumed Although besieged on all sides by disappointed participants officers of the Forty and Eight of ths Legion announced Monday they had no intention of resuming operations of the chain letter mill that was un ceremoniously stopped by federal officials Saturday afternoon Despite the fact that officers were ecking M H Priebe of Keosauqua n a warrant cnarging him with sing the mails for fraudulent chemes in connection with starting be chain mill at the Hupmobile ales and Service company offices 0 Fourth street northeast Friday vening and that a hearing has een set for Thursday for four ilason City persons on the same harge hundreds with their dollars n the mill are clamoring to have ipcrations resumed Voiture All Through But L L Raymond chef de garc and other officers of the voiture tated unequivocally they were hrough with the chain mill Al hough admitting they could deliver he dollar letters without use of the nails they were likely then to be topped by state officers Mr Ray nond stated Besides the longer the mill runs he worse it will be to stop it for he more people you will have who will want it continued he said Attention was called to the fact hat Saturday morning a prominent awyer called up voiture officers and told them they were doing a chain letter lowan Borrows Gun and Takes Own Lif DENISON May 20 a Sunday he was complaining Bec he mill was stopped Kept Busy Sunday That is the way the thing goes Mr Raymond commented In order to make delivery of the money assigned at the mill at the ime federal and local officers valked in the place Saturday after noon Mr Raymond and other voi ure chieftains were kept busy Sun day One man who was out of town Saturday was surprised when deliv ery of was made to his wife you can buy the dress your self now he told her Whoever dreamed youd get into a thing like nis Delivered Sunday Approximately 1700 in one dol ar bills were delivered about the city Sunday A few letters for out of town persons are still being hold jy the voiture officers The Forty and Eight has in the bank as a result of the mill as Turn o 1nfe 3 Column GIRL TELLS HER STORY OF ATTACK Helen Kuhl Testifies for 20 Minutes in Trial of Granduncle GLENWOOD May 20 Kuhl 17 of Pacific Junction who was brutally beaten last March 20 by a clubber who fatally beat he sister Edith 13 today testified fo 20 minutes in the trial of Clarenc Price 49 granduncle of the sisters on charges of first degree murder in the death of Edith The attack oc curred at the home in Pacific June tion where the girls boarded Pale and still wearing a swath o bandaging about her head Hele first testified of events on the nigh of March 19 On that night sh said she was asleep in a bedroon when awakened by a noise at th window Chased Away Prowler I heard a noise like someon trying to remove the screen sh testified She said she got up and minute later Price entered th house saying he had been out t chase away a prowler The next night on which the at tack occurred Helen said she an her sister retired at 10 p m leav ing Price in the dining room The were awakened 15 minutes later she said to find Price standing be side the bed He told them Hole TRIAL OF STATE D SET FOR MAY 27 1000 Bonds for Both Posted at Des Moines Arraignment DES MOINES May 20 f not guilty were entered in district ourt here today by E J Feuling owa democratic state chairman barged with failing to file a com lete return of contributions and by Harold M Cooper former chairman f the state liquor commission who s charged with violating the state quor control act by engaging in an lection campaign Cooper was not in court being epresented by his attorney Feulings trial was set for Mon ay May 27 The date for Coopers rial tentatively was set for May 28 nd not later than June 3 Feuling nd Cooper were released under onds of 51000 each Shcaklcy Signs Bond The offenses charged against hem are misdemeanors punishable pon conviction by a maximum pen Ity of fine or a year in pris n or both Feuling was accompanied by his ttorney T E Diamond of Shel on and by C C Sheakley of New Jampton who signed as surety on he 51000 bond under which Feuling was held While a discussion was being held n the courtroom as to the date of rial Carl Burkman Polk county at torney told Feuling I want you to understand this Is not a political action Cooper Out of State Coopers bond of was signed by Dr G E Hermence of Marsh alltown The plea was entered for Cooper by his attorney C H E Boardman f Marshalltown Boardman said xooper is out of the state Feuling in an address before the owa Young Democrat clubs con tention here following his arraign ment today attacked the republican party for carrying trumped up harges into the courts in its oppo ition to the democratic administra ion You have seen the desperate op position leadership resort to the use if courts with trumped up charges ir charges based wholly upon tech nicalities in an effort to destroy he democratic party unity and to shake the confidence of the people of Iowa in some of our public fig ures he said Scores Vicious Policy The state democratic chairman called upon the young democrats to place every ounce of your energy in direct opposition to the vicious political policy the party in opposx ion has adopted Cooper resigned his chairmanship at the conclusion of a legislative in vestigation of the state liquor com mission several weeks ago J H Collins of Fonda testified Turn In TUB 3 Column 3 A COIN COLLECTION Petrarch Italian scholar was the first coin collector of note Today a fellow countryman King Victor Emmanuel of Italy is one of the famous collectors of the world and an authority on numismatics Are you a member of the excel lent society of coin collectors There are 600000 in the United States Do you intend to develop this interesting and profitable hobby Everybodys Coin Book begins with the origin of coins and goes right down the line with informa tion about notable collections oddi ties in various issues rare coins high priced coins and complete in formation about how to start and build up a collection build up a collection Use coupon might leave Pacifi go to Plattsmouth testified he Junction to Ncbr Went In Sleep When 1 went to sleep again Clarence was in the dining room she testified A little while after I heard a noise I thought I heard someone gim he borrowed from Ben Glau I coming into the room I started to who was standing beside him at the raise up Something hit me she time Martin Harms Denison farm er shot and killed himself while vis iting on Glaus farm near here I continued Helen testified that was all she j remembered of the attack The Mason City GlobeGazette Information bureau Frederic J Haskin director Washington D C I enclose 10 cents in coin carefully wrapped for Every bodys Coin Book Name Street City State Mail to Washington D C   

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