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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 28, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                I M U T or NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOLXLI FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 28 1935 i PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 195 Snub Seen as Warning Progressives Make Defiant Gesture to Roosevelt By CHARLES F STEWART ASHINGTON May 28 The progressives who ostentatiously got up and left the senate cham ber recently when Dennis Chavez appeared to be sworn in as the late Senator B r o n s on Cut tings successor did more than administer a mortal snub to the new solon from the south west They strongly implied a gesture of defi ance in President Roosevelts direc tion In fact Senator George W Nor ris of Nebraska did more than im ply He unmistakably explained his gesture as expressing resentment at the white house tenants treatment1 of Senator Cutting referring to it as the worst example of ingrati tude in American political history To recall the circumstances Senator Cutting New Mexico progressive republican ardently supported the then Governor Roose velt for the presidency in 1932 on the ground that though a demo crat he too was a progressive Subsequently he voted on Capitol Hill for all essential Rooseveltian policies except the bonusissue Ei ther because of this exception or for some other reason the demo cratic national machine made a con spicuously bitter fight for Chavez as a democrat against Cutting when Cutting was a candidate for reelection in 1934 Whether or not it was presidentially ordered pro gressives take the position that the president must have acquiesced in it Cutting winning by a narrow margin Chavez lodged a contest iien Cutti wfi killed in an airplane crash whereupon Gov Clyde Tingley of New Mexico a Rooseveltian democrat appointed Chavez to succeed him serving un til next yearselection Legitimate Appointment It was a perfectly legitimate ap Nevertheless the preceding se quence of events had been such that the progressives are furious This doesnt mean republican pro gressives alone it means all pro gressives It isnt only their present griev ance either To a man they are probonus the president vetoed the bonus They are outraged by the revela tion of nearslavery conditions in sharecropperdom abuses which evidently have been enormously ag gravated by the AAA regime And President Roosevelts sche dule of wages for work Torn to Page ff Column 1 MORE RAINS IN SOUTHEAST IOWA Field Work in Many Parts of State Delayed by Heavy Fall DES MOINES May 28 Field work in many sections of Iowa was delayed again today because of heavy rains during the last 21 hours Additional rain fell again today in southeastern Iowa the weather bureau reported Skies were cloudy all over the state While the rain again delayed field work it gave planted crops a grow ing start and dealt another blow to development of chinch bugs Des Moines had 144 inches the weather bureau reported Davenport reported 126 inches and Keokuk had 110 Eighttenths of an inch fall at Dubuque Council Bluffs reported 12 of an inch VOLUNTARY CODE SETUP STUDIED TfoWeather FORECAST IOWA Partly cloudy and somewhat cooler Tuesday night Wednesday fair with rising temperatures in west and cen tral portions MINNESOTA Generally fair cooler in extreme east and ex treme south portions Tuesday night Wednesday fair warmer in extreme west portion IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 14 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday s Minimum in NiEht At 8 A M Tuesday 58 Weyerhaeusers Speak to Abductors Through Ad SECOND RANSOM NOTE REPORTED SENT TO FAMILY Kidnapers Told We Are Ready Percy Minnie in Seattle Paper TACOMA Wash May 28 Ready to negotiate with the kidnap ers who have demanded ransom for the return of their 9 vear old son George Mr and Mrs J P Weyerhaeuser Jr spoke to the abductors again today through the classified ad columns of a Seattle newspaper The brief advertisement appear ing in the Seattle PostIntelligencer today informed the kidnapers We are ready Percy Minnie The message was the exact word ing which the kidnapers specified in their ransom note delivered to the distracted parents by special deliv ery letter Friday night six hours after George disappeared Had Advertised Before Sunday the Weyerhaeusers had advertised in the specified paper Ready to come Monday Percy Minnie A second personal also appearing Sunday urged the kidnap ers to hurry and relieve Mrs Weyer baeusers anguish There was no sign of unusual ac tivity at the Weyerhaeuser home today although it was illuumtaated upstairs until 1 oclock this front until that hour when aman entered1 and drove away Second Kansom Note Reports were current at police headquarters a second ransom note had been delivered to the family made wealthy by lumber The search for the kidnap gang reached across the international boundary today with officers point ing to remnants of the Alvin Kar pis and Machine Gun Kelly gangs as possible suspects Two Tacoma detectives hurried to Vancouver B C in response to a womans report of seeing a boy ho resembled the kidnaped young ster riding with four men in a travel stained automobile last Sat urday That was less than 24 hours after George was abducted from a Tacoma street Meet With Failure A similar tip met with failure today when a posse of officers re turned to Port Angeles Wash after an unsuccessful effort to trace an automobile containing a boy resembling the missing lad Port Angeles officers remained on the alert however on the possibil ity the kidnapers had sought refuge in the sparsely settled forests of the Olympic peninsula Mr and Mrs Weyerhaeuser were believed today to have taken the ex treme precaution of placing Georges brother Phillip 10 in strictly guarded seclusion He did not at tend classes at Lowell school yes terday The Weyerhaeusers two little girls have been seen repeatedly about the home President Roosevelt Signs Act Boosting HOLC Capitalization WASHINGTON May 28 President Roosevelt today signed the bill increasing the capitalization of the home owners loan corpora tion by 51750000000 thus putting into motion the machinery making it possible for the agency to resume receiving applications for loans from distressed home owners 4 ARMY FLYERS KILLED IN CRASH Bombing Plane Wrecked in Sequoia National Park in California FRESNO Cal May 28 army flyers were killed today when their big bombing plane from Ma ther field Sacramento crashed in Sequoia national park The plane was one of 25 ships from Hamilton field participating in maneuvers Officials at the field said they had not yet received official notification of the accident In Hospital Here MKS JOHN HAMMOX Quintuplets Celebrating 1st Birthday CALLANDER Ont May 28 IT observance today of thefirst Dirthday anniversary of the Dionne quintuplets revived some quintup et quotes of the last year such as QUva iblonhe latherof the Elzire Dionne the mother I wont have any more babies for the government Modern Fairy Tale Dr A R DaFoe attending physi cian The story of the quintuplets s a modern fairy tale with a med cal flavor Mrs Ben LaBelle midwife when babies were born Theyre triplets two more Mrs Dionne God help me to care for them all The drama of May 28 1934 was remembered today with ceremon es gifts and best wishes Resentment in Farmhouse In the farmhouse itself however here was some bitterness and re sentment for the quintuplets Yvonne Annette Cecile Emile and a new spick and span the road with the flag of England flying before it They are lie wards of his majesty the king Asolemn high mass at 8 a an EST at Sacred Heart church at church where Oliva Dionne and Elzire Legros attended mass as the open ng ceremony of the formal birth day observance The parents had een asked to attend but late yes erday Dionne requested that the mass be sung at Callender in stead MRS HAMMILL 2 LOCAL WOMEN HURT IN CRASH MrsMeade Mrs Hudson in Auto Accident on Clear Lake Road Mrs John Hammill Britt wife of the former Iowa governor Mrs L Meade 630 Eighth street northeast and Mrs Frank L Hud son 1205 Washington avenue north west were injured in a headon col lision between two cars about oclock Tuesday morning The accident occurred a mile east of the county farm on the old Hear Lake road as Mrs Hammill turned out to pass a car with a trailer and met the car occupied by the other two women according to a report received at the sheriffs of fice Mrs Hammill was driving east at the time of the accident and Mrs Meade was driving west Mrs Hammill was taken to the Mercy hospital at Mason City where an examination revealed an exten sive scalp wound and contusions of the right shoulder and chest She is also suffering from moderate trau matic shock according to the at tending physician Mrs Meade and Mrs Hudson were taken to the Park hospital Both received cuts and bruises but their in juries were not considered Badly damaged as theyplungedoff the north side of the highway Mr Hammill arrived in Mason City soon after being notified of the accident The former governor is now a practicing attorney at Britt OConnor Rader and Maley Appear Before Grand Jury Session DES MOINES May 28 en Edward L OConnor and two of his assistants LeRoy Rader and Valter Maley appeared before the Polk county grand jury today The three states attorneys it was jelieved testified in the investiga tion of charges of extortion and attempted justice obstruction filed y Maley against Thomas Conroy Des Moines beer distributor last week LIMERICK TO GO TO SIOUX FALLS Bank Robber Suspect Double Chained and Guarded by 4 Armed Men KANSAS CITY May 28 Double chained and guarded by four men bearing riot guns Tom Lim erick alleged bank robber listed by the department of justice as a pub lic enemy today appeared before a United States commissioner and waived removal to Sioux Falls S Dak where he is under federal indictment for three bank robberies His bond was set at Limerick arrested by St Joseph Mo city police last Saturday has confessed according to J Edgar Hoover chief of the federal bureau of investigation in Washington that he robbed the three banks on which the indictments were based Limerick also is under federal in dictment in Nebraska for alleged bank robbery and kidnaping Hoover Goes Fishing on His Way to Iowa BOISE Idaho May 28 route by motor to Iowa to deliver the commencement address at Drake university in Des Moines former President Herbert Hoover halted in Idaho to go trout fishing Tuesday at Wendell on the ranch oi R F Bicknell wartime state fooc administrator Hoover declined comment on the NRA supreme court ruling Fate Up to Jury SEES GAINS IN FORECLOSURES Bowman Says Iowa Farm Aid Act Will Not Replace National Law DES MOINES May 28 Teased fram mortgage foreclosures in Iowa were predicted by M L Bowman executive secretary of the Iowa farm debt advisory council as a result of the FrazierLemke mortgage act ruling by the United States supreme court Bowman said the Iowa mortgage moratorium law was inadequate to replace the national law The trouble with the Iowa law Bowman said is that interest is piling up at 8 per cent when they farm owners were unable to make a go of it at the 5 per cent their mort gage bore Although the two laws bore a marked similarity the state act provides a two year moratorium period while the federal law grantee five years in which farmers coulc pay rental and retain redemption rights Of 555 cases filed under the FrazierLemke law in the southern Iowa federal district court 374 dis posed by compromise or in bank ruptcy court Among northern dis trict actions under the law eight had been filed at Sioux City and 99 at Fort Dodge of the latter 31 are pending NEW YOKK May 28 jury In the trial of Joseph L Steinmetz Brooklyn divinity stu dent charged with the murder of his 17 year old bride Kuth re tired today to deliberate tht ver dict NOT TO REFUND BEH WARRANTS WegmanSays Transaction in i Faifii and Legal in Every Respect ONLOOKER SIT IN NEW CANTON STRIKE RIOTING Woman Badly Wounded and Two Men Hurt m Flareup CANTON Ohio May 28 woman onlooker was shot and ser iously wounded late today in a fresh outbreak of violence in the strike at the United Alloy companys plant Mrs Mary Reed 22 was rushed to a hospital where attendants said both ankles and legs were wounded with shotgun pellets Two men were injured in the flare up One of these John L Motts 44 at work in his garden near the plant received a leg wound from a stray shotgun bullet The other Joseph Eslich 28 an employe of the Timken Roller Bearing company was slugged with the butt of a gun He said the gun was wielded by a company guard Guards rickets Clash Company guards and pickets clashed earlier outside the alloy di vision of the Republic Steel corpor ation not far from the spot where more than a score of persons were injured in strike rioting yesterday Pickets stoned a number of auto mobiles and turned back office workers While the stoning was in pro came outof Dynamite Necklace Weapon for Suicide LOS ANGELES May 28 Robert M Yeatman 31 year old oil worker selected a dynamite neck lace as his means of committing suicide Polise said he slung two pounds of dynamite around his neck and exploded it with an electric plunger DES MOINES May 28 State Treasurer Leo J Wegman an nounced today there is to be no re funding of the 3500000 worth of anticipatory warrants on the state sinking fund sold last fall to the Carleton D Beh company of Des Moines In a statement setting forth his opinions on the proposal to refi nance the sinking fund warrants Wegman said I will not be a party to any at tempt on the part of the great state of Iowa to repudiate a transaction that was entered into in good faith and was legal in every aspect Had Legal Advise The treasurer based his opinion on legal advice he said he had ob tained which gave the state no more right to refund the warrants than the Beh company the opportunity to deny the warrant purchase if the transaction had proved to be a bad investment Wegman denied newspaper re ports not carried by the Associated Press that he had attended a state executive council session last Sat urday armed with an opinion from the attorney general I had no such opinion nor had I asked for one Wegman said The opinion in question was ad dressed to Gov Clyde L Herring and was delivered me by the governor after the council meeting Would Have Approved The statement that the council would have approved a refunding issue if such approval had been sought by the treasury is guess work The council in the main took the stand that the warrant sale is a closed incident Wegmans declaration followed two stormy executive council ses sions last weelc at the first of which State Auditor Charles W Storms introduced a resolution to refund the sinking fund warrants The treasurer opposed such action asserting the sole authority for such a recommendation was vested in his department by an amend ment to the sinking fund act passed by the fortysixth general and signed by the governor Motion Lacks Second Wegman told Storms that the treasurer was running the treasury department and that the same op portunity in the auditors office was offered to Storms The motion died for want of a second after an opinion from Attorney General Ed ward L OConnor supported Weg mans position The authority for originating action towards refunding of war rants issued under the Brookhart Lovrien act is vested in the treas urer of state under the acts of the fortysixth general assembly Weg man said today The treasurer reiterates that there is to be no refunding Recorder Resigns MRSNELLE HTJNTLEY back nearly a half mile with tear gas bombs No one was injured A large crowd had gathered at the Berger Manufacturing company plant when the trouble started yes terday just as school children trooped by See Armored Truck Bystanders saw an armored truck following cars loaded with non strikers When the truck stopped not far from the plant about 10 men stepped out and began firing into the crowd In the confusion that followed Herbert Blazer a spectator was shot in the back Atty Sam S Adle man 28 spectator wasshot in the hand Philip Bille was hit on the head with a piece of gas pipe Ches ter Bowen 33 FERA worker was shot in the leg Many persons cut and bruised were treated in nearby houses Twentyone others were treated in Mercy hospital NRA CODE WORK IN IOWA HALTED State Administrator Hughes Waits for Instructions From Washington DES MOINES May 28 code compliance work was halted today in Iowa on orders from John J Hughes state NRA administra tor awaiting formal instructions from Washington on the supreme court NRA ruling The action sus pended and left indefinite the status of 450 state county and local code authorities in the state Hughes estimated that elimina tion of maximum hour regulations might jeopardize the jobs of as many as 5000 Iowa workers while J C Lewis state federation of labor president issued a warning to employers that if NRA provisions are scrapped strikes will result throughout the state Lola Mason Will Succeed NelleHuntley Miss Lola Mason deputy county auditor Tuesday afternoon was ap pointed Cerro Gordo county record er by the board of supervisors to succeed Mrs Nelle Huntley who presented her resignation to the board Monday evening Miss Mason has been employed in the auditors office since November Details of Mrs Huntleys plans were lacking Tuesdayl One of the supervisors stated she had remarked she was moving with her family to California She could not be reached at fler home 316 Delaware avenue northeasst Mrs Huntleys written resignation was worded as follows Presents Resignation To the members of the board of supervisors I Nelle Huntley hereby tender my resignation as county re corder in and for Cerro Gordo coun ty effective immediately The board of supervisors have re quested the auditor of state for a complete audit of the recorders of fice up to the time Mrs Huntley left Monday afternoon B S McCully snd B I Harms state checkers who nave been at work on the annual check up of county accounts throughout the courthouse since May 20 are expected to be assigned to the additional audit An attempt to get a statement on the audit of the recorders of fice from C J Burns deputy state auditor in charge of checkers brought the reply that under the statute facts on the checkup cannot be made public until completed and a report is made Started in 3929 Following the provisions of the state statutes when a vacancy oc curs County Auditor Arthur Harris took charge of the cash and bank account of the office the work in which is carried on by Christine Larson and CeceliaGustafson depu ties and Grace Heitland clerk Mrs Huntley has served as re corder continually since she first entered the office Jan 1 1929 Man Fatally Injured When Car Overturns DES MOINES May 28 D Mitton 31 a machinist was fa tally injured when his car overturn ed as he sought to avoid collision with an interurban car Police said the car brakes apparently locked Price Reductions in Liquor Announced DES MOINES May 28 Price reductions ranging from 5 to 45 cents in 106 brands of liquor car ried in Iowa retail liquor stores were announced by the state liquor commission in the third price revi sion since stores opened last year The new scale becomes effective June 1 OTHER LAWS OF NEW DEAL FEEL RULING ON NRA Administration Decides AAA Amendments to Be Rewritten WASHINGTON May 28 A voluntary code structure under a revived blue eagle was being seri ously considered today by admin istration leaders to replace the com pulsory provisions of the recovery law invalidated by the supreme court Immediate studies were under taken at the direction o President Roosevelt to see in what way a re building process could be started and to what extent other new deal legislation banking AAA social security and utilities holding com pany measures must be revised Congressional leaders meeting with Secretary Wallace and Under secretary Tugwell of the agriculture department decided AAA amend ments pending before the senate must be completely rewritten to make them conform to the supreme courts ruling Business Leaders Confer Business and labor leaders like wise conferred hurriedly to see what they should do William Green president of the American Federa tion of Labor summoned members of his executive council to a special meeting Talk of strikes was heard if labors gains are not preserved The national labor relations board charged with enforcing the labor provisions pi NRA virtuaJlyeus deteii URGES RETAINING OF CODE LEVELS Chamber of Commerce Head Appeals for Preserving Wages and Hours NEW YORK May 28 an appeal for the preservation of wages and hours established under NRA Harper Sibley president of the United States Chamber of Com merce today urged businessmen to uphold the levels of the codes I call upon all employers of labor who are members of the chamber and its constituent organization Sibley urged to make no immedi ate changes in hour or wage sched ules I am confident that this will be the policy of American business Sibley spoke from a hurriedly pre pared manuscript addressing about 500 persons at a luncheon of the Merchants Association of New York Sibley said he spoke to settle at once any question as to the attitude of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States This is a moment of great op portunity but also of great respon sibility for the American business man he warned This is his mo ment to prove his good faith capitoi hill tie Black SO hour yforK week bill was urged as one way of counteracting the supreme courts smashing blow F B Reserves Comment The president himself reserved comment pending conferences with his chief aides He took time how ever to sign a bill giving the Home Owners Loan corporation a part of the new deals emergency ma chinery an additional 750 000000 to help distressed home owners One important development on capitoi hill was a decision by Pat man bonus leaders to go forward with their drive for cash payment of the adjusted service certificates at this session and to aacrifice in lationary provisions if necessary A roll call vote on the house floor forced the military committee to ad journ an executive session called to consider new TVA legislation TVA Prime Subject The constitutionality of TVA was prime subject of discussion Chairman McSwain D g of the committee said he did not be lieve the supreme courts decision in the NRA case affected TVA but Representative McLean R N asserted outright that the TVA act was unconstitutional Representa tive May D added We have decided to continue our opposi tion until the decision of Federal Judge W I Grubb Alabama which said that the TVA was not authorized to sell power in competi tion with private industry has been tested in the supreme court The senate scheduled to consider the AAA amendments turned to minor legislation instead Delightful Sandwiches Few housewives realize that more than 50 varieties of attractive sand wiches may be made from ma terials usually available in toe kitchen The GlobeGazette service booklet will help you quickly to prepare and serve an inviting sand wich for every occasion This un usual recipe booklet also contains scores of recipes for soups and salads The sandwich list includes hot and cold sandwiches toast and cracker sandwiches simple sand wiches and some which seem fancy although not hard to make Enclose 6 cent to cover cost handling and postage The Slason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Frederic J Haskin lirector Washington D C I enclose 6 cents in coin carefully wrapped for the booklet Soups Salads and Sandwiches Name Street City State Mail to Washington D C   

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