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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 8, 1935, Mason City, Iowa rfJtwUa I TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JUNE 8 1935 DAVIS GETS LIFE IN BREMER CASE Boss McLaughlin and Two Others Get Terms at Leavenworth ST PAUL Jne 8 t Davis who pleaded guilty Monday to conspiracy in the Ed ward G Bremer kidnaping after his capture in Chicago was sentenced to life imprisonment in the Leaven worth penitentiary in federal court here late Friday John J Boss McLaughlin for mer political chieftain in Chicago was sentenced to five years in Leav enworth prison as a conspirator in the kidnaping In pronouncing sentence Federal Judge M M Joyce told the 68 year old convicted defendant he realized McLaughlin was suffering from diabetes and that the court had no desire to add anything to your un happiness McLaughlin was accused of en gineering the peddling of 557000 of ransom money Harold Alderton in whose home at Berisenville 111 Bremer was kept prisoner for 21 days was sen tenced to 20 years in prison McLaughlin and Alderton to gether with Arthur Doc Barker James J Wilson and Oliver Berg wereconvicted by a jury Barker and Berg previously were given life terms Elmer Farmer tavern keeper or Bensenville who assisted in making arrangements with the kidnapers for Aldertons home and who pleaded guilty during the trial was sentenced to 20 years in Leaven worth prison j Aldertons term also will be served in Leavenworth Iowa Farmer Will Receive Millions 20 NEW STAGE SHOW HIGH STANDARD Manager Tom Arthur Com mends Cecil Vaudeville as Tops The third of the current series of weekly vaudeville billed Saturday ana Sunday at the Cecil theater with the picture The Daring Young Man was recommended Saturday by Manager Tom Arthur as being well up to the high stand ard set by the two stage programs which have already been presented Comment upon both of the first two vaudeville presentations stamped them as some of the finest entertainment afforded North Iowa theaiergpsrs in several years The the last two shows and the five act unit which is cur rently featured are selected from the finest vaudeville on the road and come directly from Oriheum circuit cities such as Minneapolis Sioux City Omaha and Denver James Dunn portrays the role of a1 star reporter in The Daring Young Man a bracing comedy based upon the investigation several months ago of the conduct of the prison on Welfare island in New j Dubuque 263475 Ernmett204306 Fayette 309631 Floyd 209265 Franklin 284091 299528 277522 290294 By GEORGE MILLS Iowa Daily Press Bureau DES MOINES June cornhog payday approximately fZOOOOOOO this time is in sight fc the Iowa farmer First checks in the flood of cash which the farmers of the state will pocktt this year in AAA benefits should be in the hands of contract signers be fore July 1 R M Evans chairman of the Iowa cornhog committee said today The first payment will total about Evans said and the last and slightly larger payment win to tal between and 000000 Between 12000 and 15000 contracts are ready in the audit sec tion of the cornhog administration here waiting for shipping instruc tions from Washington he added This number is expected to increase rapidly from now on Will Speed Payment Little time will elapse between receipt of the contracts in Wash ington and payment of the first checks because most of the auditing Acrk handled in the federal depart ment of agriculturelast year wil be completed in Iowa before the contracts are sent to the capito where the AAA is engaged in cleaning up the 1934 program The estimate as to tne total of benefits to be paid in Iowa under the 1935 program was made by W W Chandler chief of the state cornhog audit section at the request of J R McCarl comptroller general of the United States gov ernment 96370 Acres Retired The number of acres retired by Iowa signers in the 1935 program totals 1963470 equivalent to more than 12200 farms of 160 acies each other figures prepared by Chandler for McCarl reveal The acreage to tal for the state is slightly less than last year when a little more lhan 2 000000 acres were given i rest from corn production The 1935 reduction is 2024 per cent of the 8703000 acres of corn estimated in the state in the 193233 base years The 1934 reduction was approximately 23 per cent Of the 152602 cornhog contracts in Iowa this year 125653 or S23 per cent are in the group one class one consists of contracts made under the same conditions as n 1934 Group two in which the signer has changed his corn base has 14887 contracts or 98 per cent of the total Group three in whicn a new hog base is being established otals 3802 or 25 per cent and Toup four the miscellaneous classi ication has 8260 signers or St per cent Acres in farms under contract n the state total Figures collected by Chandler on theamount of corn acreage redue ion by North Iowa counties in the 935 program follow Land in Farms dlarnakee 223107 Bremer 159629 Butler 270721 Cerro Gordo 267246 Ihickasaw 210308 Clay 238274 Clayton 340257 Dickinson 190865 York where favored inmates were living like kings A special midnight vaudeville show is scheduled at 11 oclock Saturday night and there will be a bargain hour from 1 to 2 oclock Sunday afternoon When people clamor for equality what they mean is a chance to get even with their TelegraphHerald ICE CREAM SPECIALS 28c Radio Btitle 34c Soda Grill ice cream Yes we make it extra rich velvety smooth arid that grand home made taste VANILLA and CHOCOLATE Saturday Sunday quart Maple Nut Strawberry Fruit Toasted Almond and Brick ice cream Saturday Sunday quart SERVE AT HOME Chicken Chow Mein for two Small Chow Mein50c American Chop Suey50c Theres Appetite Appeal to SODA GRILL SUNDAY DINNERS See the food taste it how you will enjoy everything Var iety of tempting menus Prices to please 16 South Federal Mason Citv Hamilton Hancock Karelin Howard 204131 Humboldt 226809 Kossuth 526606 Mitchell 226049 Palo Alto 285979 Pocahontas 320647 Winnebago 187100 Winneshiek293902 Worth 188712 Wright 305695 Acres Retired 7769 9204 19788 19595 12577 21015 15811 12669 12888 14167 17216 15659 22009 21168 17890 22916 10447 14798 35397 13608 19648 21866 11125 14314 11978 20159 JAILBREAK TRY NOT SUCCESSFUL Bricks Removed From Wall at Charles City by Man From Greene CHARLES CITY June uty Sheriff A B Coons heard a noise last night and investigated discoveringthat several bricks had been removed from the wall in an attempted jailbraak Lloyd ONeill of Greene who was sentenced to 5 months for theft of corn and still hasa month to serve was attempt ing to get out but had not made a large enough hole to permit him to leave A half dozen other prisoners wefe also in the iail Medical students need a great deal training before they can write passable prescriptions men tions a doctor We understand that some of their earlier efforts are hopelessly London WHEN YOU GiT READY TO SEND YOUR LAUNDRY CALL US AND ASK OUR PRICES ALL WORK GUARANTEED If youve fried the rest call us and get the best PHONE 738 HANGING HOOVER TALK HIGHLIGHTS Week in Iowa Sees Cooper Acquitted of Violating Liquor Laws THE WEEK IN IOWA LIVES FOR A LIFE HOOVER IS TROUBLED COOPER BATS 500 TARGET SET UP DEATHS PAROLE WHEN AND WHEN By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A federal court judge refused a stay order The circuit court of ap peals turned a deaf ear to appeals for a reprieve Gov Clyde Herring who once had granted a stay order refused to interfere with the laws course again So Attorney James W Fay ot Emmetsburg drove to Fort Madi son prison and made the sign of the cross as he watched his clients Elmer Brewer and Pat Griffin dangle in death at the end of a hangmans noose paying with then Jives for the life of W F Dilworth deputy sheriff they shot and killed at Waterloo Dec 16 1932 Hoover Talks at Drake Herbert Hoover who as president saw the nation engulfed in the de pression admitted himself trou bled as he explained to Drake uni versitys graduating class his view of the future The forces of government he warned may impose on you that which will limit or destroy your in spiration your incentives and your opportunities Cooper Is Acquitted Harold M Cooper as chairma of the Iowa liquor commission last winter was convicted at Cedar Rap ids of allowingJ LeRoy Farmer of Cedar Rapids to possess liquor ille gally He was fined Resigned as liquor commission chairman Cooper this week was ac quitted at Des Moines of violating the liquor control act by offering J H Collins of Fonda a job to with draw from a political campaign in favor of another candidate Special Prosecutors H M Havner and Ole Naglestad special prosecutors gave the pub lic a look over their shoulders at the target of the Sioux City graft grand jurys investigation There in the Dulls eye were Atty Gen Edward j OConnor and his first assistant Walter Maley The special prosecutors filed a letition asking the district court to bar the attorney general and his assistants from the grand jury room cited an affidavit purporting e show OConnor and Maley were involved in a protection ring which exacted tribute from slot machine operators Waits For Her Son Kipling once wrote a verse about nomen like Kate Farnell A dozen years ago her son Jean vas sentenced to Fort Madison pri son for an offense against a Htte girl She followed him to the prison from Davenport built herself a shack on the river flats at the foot of prison hill scrubbed floors to Hv began a never ending plea for his release This week Jean Farnell came down prison hill his sentence ended by parole Kate Farnell patted his cheek said they would go to Ohio to start again Only death paroles a mother from her sentence of love Rain Keeps Falling Last summer southern Iowa resi dents voiced a never ending ques tion Whens it going to rain This week they began to ask Whens it going to stop raining For it had rained at least a little every day for more than a month throughout the area Corn rotted in the cold wet ground The growing season became later and later Then it rained a lot Floods wash ed over the lowlands of south cen tral and southeast Iowa A F OF L IS NOT SATISFIED ON NRA Cimtlniird From 1KBf ll possible to settle the controversy without the force of arms Floods and tornadoes in Kansas Missouri ud Nebraska caused 110 known deaths and oroocrty damage of The French liner Normandie set a record crossing the Atlantic in four days 11 hours and 42 minutes King Has Birthday King George of England was ac claimed on his seventieth birthday June 3 Col Charles A Lindbergh retired from active duty as technical ad visor to the Transcontinental and Western Air Champions of the soldiers bonus in congress abandoned their fight for it until after the first of next year America winnings in the Irish Sweepstakes on the English derby totaled Pope Pius was reported consider ing a reorganization of the conclave for the election of future popes one plan giving the United States more han 100 electors instead of the 3resent four Murderers Executed Murton and Irving Millen and Abe Fabii were executed in Boston or a number of machine gun ders Stanley Baldwin succeeded Ram say MacDonald as prime minister of Great Britain Field Marshal Julian Hedworth Byng the hero of Vimy Ridge later created the first viscount of Vimy died in England at 72 BORAHS TROUBLE SEEN IN HIS AGE CMillmml Kriin Inue 1 has no one of much consequence to fight for All the candidates whom he might fight for are wishywashy If they could have spoken effec tively for themselves they would have done so already Fights Own Battle Borah must fight if at all for himself seemingly And he is 70 Still he not only is the most for midable and a very formidable antiRooseveltian in the field he is the only formidable one Conservatives strange to say especially are considering the presi dential candidacy of Senator Borah who throughout his entire public career has been regarded as a rad ical He has not changed his position either Partisan opinion has readjusted Borah is in a different group from the one he originally was in The matter is one of a change of the contents of bottles without a change of labels on the bottles Borah Inconsistent Senator Byrah always has had in campaign time a high regard for the character of the label on his bottle Between times he has not cared during campaigns he has been me ticulous This doesnt mean that he has ob jected to chanjes in the content of his bottle To the contrary he fre quently has strongly insisted on it times But gosh how inconsistent he is One day in President Coolidges time it was reported to the white house that the Idaho senator had been seen horseback riding in Rock Creek park Were he and his horse asked the Northamptonian going in the same direction CHINESE START MOVING TROOPS Conlintifd Frim Pace I said the terms of the agreement were sent to Tokio and that the Japanese demands included the withdrawal from the Peiping area of two central government army di visions and the suppressing of secret antiJapanese and antiManchoukuo organizations A revival of bandit or guerilla outbreaks in Manchuria was report ed by vernacular newspapers which said that a Japanese officer and seven Manchoukuan policemen were killed when 150 bandits attacked them A lady who had spent fifteen consecutive days cleaning dirt out of her house felt somewhat ill and called on a physician He told her she needed more exercise The Ma sons had charge of his Rooks Co Kansas Record Cat THE GOLDEN TEXT Rom 8 many as are led by the Spirit of God these are the sons of God BAPTIST school at Morning at Young people at Evening worship at A suest speaker J Lee Lewis Minneapolis will occupy the pulpit both Sunday morning and A W Cavil minister CATHOLIC St at 6 S and a m Benediction and rosary at 4 p Rev P S OConnor pastor the Fev James K Cassiay assistant Holy street northwest Sunday masses at 7 and a Tne Rev R P Murphy the Rev A J Bohrer assistant Lrlilsb catholic every Sunday at S 30 a m Concessions before mass Catechism 15 minutes after The Rev John Canals CHURCH OF CHRIST Firs Pentecost service Bible school several assembly and orchestra con cert Morning worship Orpan prelude Largo Handel ladies chorus SancUis Gounod Offertory Hymn to the Sun Bemlsfev Solo bv Mrs W L Bennett 1 Am With Thee Jacob sen Sermon by Bert Wilson Indianapolis Postlude Gloria Mozart Cars will leave immediately after the morning service fqr Pilot Knob for picnic lunch Service at with nearby churches Berl Wilson speaker L Kiaiz pastor CHKlSTLtX SCIENCE First Churrli of Christ ington and Third street northwest Sunday services 11 a m Subject God the Only Cause and Creator Sunday school a m Wednesday evening testimonial meeting p m Reading room east end of church Week days n a m to 5 p m CONGREGATION AT worship at and con tinue for a little more than an hour Mrs F M Humphrey has been engaged as the director of summer choir Services on Sunday June 9 will be as follows Sunday school at Morninp worship At thi hour the delegates to the young peoples conference at Grinneil will he formally com missioned by the church Mrs Dorothy wes witl a solo following the commis sioninf service Service by Charles Wake field Cadman The choir wjii present Mac farlancs Open Our Kyefi and the pastor will preach on Mine Qwn Vineyard There will he no evening or younc peoples service Sidney Carlson minuter St a m Holy Communion No church school or classes untl after opening of public school in September 11 a m morning prayer Special music prelude Andantino in B Flat Lowden offertory List the ChcutlcHost from The Holy City Gaul sung by girls sestet and bari tone postlude March From Atnaiia Men delssohn p m rehearsal for II Trov atorc in hatl of MacNider memorial parish house p m young peoples evening prayer supper and proI cram At the 11 oclock service admission for the Girls Friendly society will be held Tuesday p m St Johns Boy Scouts roop 35 ojrulttr meetinp jn he guild hall p m II Trovatore rehearsal In the church parlors Wednesday 1 oclock noon St Katharines guild will hold a picnic in East park In event of Inclement weather guild wl meet for luncheon and meeting at the guijd hull No meeting of the Girls Friendly society groups during the week due the fflntn period of Camp Friendly st Clear Lake Boys choir will not Kev rohert rccdcnhHiigh rector KVAXfiKIMAl Adams avenue rtorthwest for ivifship tiMS young peoples service evening service fi Wednesday mid week service Vacation Bible school will be continued on Monday at 9 a m All Sun day school picnic Thursday afternoon ana evening Childrens day Sunday June 16 with offering for the foreign missionary work of the Evangelical C Enjnemeier minister LUTHERAN Fourth and Fifth streets on North Delaware avenue 9 a rn Sunday school and Sible classes 10 a m English service 11 a m German service The Rev George Koch of Garner will con duct these services Wednesday evening the Ladies Aid division 2 meets in the church parlors with Mrs A W Rathman hostess Thursday evening at S the English church council meet in Dr Toensings office at 21 South Federal avenue Sunday June Jfi the Sunday school picnic will be held after the morning service at Mclsiders park A Hinz pastor East State Crosses Con netticut 9 MS a m the church 11 a m divine worship The sermon theme The Child and the Kingdom Prelude Andante Kavanaugh anthem Lord God Almighty Wilson offertory Ber ceuse Godard poatlude Angels Ever ErJRht and Fair Handel Tuesday S p mT brotherhood at East park Tuesday p m the southeast chapter of the Ladies Guild with Mrs H Quandahl at 33 Nine teenth street southeast Wednesday 8 p m church choir Friday p m boys club with Stanley Rivgdal at 310 Tenth street north west Monday 9 a m the opening of the second week of the Vacation Bible school at the Garfield McKlnley and Roosevelt H Kampen pas tor Fifth and Jersey south east Whitsunday Sunday school at Worship at Holy communion adult confirmation and baptism Communion medi tation The Water of Life1 Anthem If Ye Love ACe Simper Vocal BOO by Mrs B T Erholtn The board ot administration will meet Tuesday at Thursday the south division will meet at 2 oclock with Mrs Max Petersen 2103 South Federal avenue Brotherhood Thursday at K commit tee Nds Landcren Frit and Nels Frid The Junior mission band Saturday At 2 with Helen and June Klemensen South Jef fcrron Choir Friday at T Erholm pastor Our find Twentyfifth street southwest Morning worship for Pen lacopt Sunday at 9 Confirmation services Sermon theme The Houc God Ts Euild inp Kph Music by the vested junior choir Thnne fo be confirmed arc Vir Kil Lunning Paul Mftdsen Ruth Erickson and Kelvin Klntt Sunday school 10 Com munion services June 0 Urness pastor Sf Jamev502 Sixth street southeast Graded Sunday school fa m Pearl Rohr superintendent Ella Woisnak secretary and treasurer Pentecost American services at 10 a m Confessional service also Rt 10 n m Holy communion will be given Vaca tion Bible school 9 a m each day except Saturday The brotherhood will not meet until June 20 Choir Friday and boys choir Saturday Holy communion June 16 in Ger man The pastor asks all mpmner to ho present K G Mall pas tor South Pennsylvania avenue Early service 9 a mPrelude Jlailnc Carman Lucille Gravlle Sermon Lest We Forget John H2331 Sunday school 10 n m J C Odden superintendent Mcrn Inp srvice 11 s m Prelude Miss Clar fne Ortden Hymn My Heart Its Incense fin mine by choir Sermon Lest We For CCt John 1 J2V3I Younj peoples Luther league FlrcMdc Hour B p m Dcvn tionftls Bear rice Wlqdnhl Topic Partici patinp in Church Worship Hchrpws 10 ieadrr HnrnM Benson p rot hern iciri p m Confirmation rtrtVv a m Adult Xnndny 7 p rt Choir rehearsal Wednesday p m East Park Highland Wednesday 2 p mF by Mrs E E Crap ser 2078 Carolina avenue northeast Roose vclf circle Thursday p m Hostess Mrs Charles Anderson 1412 South Pennsyl vania avenue Forest park circle Thursday p m Hostess Mrs A M Rodberg 1136 Second street southwest Lutheran va cation Bible schools at Roosevelt Jackson Garfield and Calvary schools Monday at 9 a m continuing tuo L Wigdahl pastor Delaware avenue north east Graded Sunday school and Bible classes at m CO Quam superintendent Kerning service a m Sermon Lest We Forget John Evening ser vice at p m Vacation Bible school at McKinley school Monday at 9 a m con tinuinf two L N WigdahJ pastor METHODIST church school Judge Clarks class in courthouse Others in church build ing 1015 morning worship The Rev E M Cable pastor abroad at Seoul Korea will preach Special music prelude in E Flat Read He Learfeih Me SchumannMoore girls choir solo by Mary Jean Poatlude Lemalrge young peoples service Talk moving pictures on Korea by Dr Cabli Homer Hoclcenberry will have charge ot devotions Thayer Randall and Mary Jane Hill in charge of D George Davies associate pastor m church school C K Kinney superintendent 11 a m morning worship Reception into church membership baptism special music by the choir object lesson sermon p mP young peoples meeting p m childrens day program The home guards will meet with Ruth Stokes Tuesday p m The Junior Queen Esth ers uill meet Wednesday with Mrs C E Li net cum Mrs E A Flarup and Mrs Ernest Olson will entertain at silver tea Thursday afternoon at the church I 0 0 R p m Sunday school 3 p m thurch Galbreth minister IRESBYTERIAX Washingon at Xinth ft reel northwest a m church school 11 A m morning worship Music by Miss Stevens includes June Tschaikowsky and an cf fcrtory by Gricc Special music Dr H H Halley Bible lecturer and recitalist will sposk on Some nayinps of Jesus p m the combined mealing of the young peoile p m the concluding service with Dr Halley His suijcct The Most Urgent Need of American Prrtpstan ism MonJay p m the evening cir cle with Mrs R J K Da vies pastor East a m Sunday school Bud Conlon suoerintendent MISCELLANEOUS Alliance Gospel North Delaware avenue The Sunday morning ser mon topis will be The Chrlslocentric Plan of God The subject of the evening will be The Antichrist and the Plan of Satan The regular schedule of meetings cr the week will be observed the womens mis sionary praysr band mcetine all Wed nesday at the home or sirs Jittler at Y Frcligh minister Church the West State Sunday Blblu school at Morning wor ship it Young people meeting at Evangelistic service at Wednes day evcnlT prayer mcelinc at Young peoples prayer meeting Friday evening Rt flt the or Mr and Mrs IM Sevnh street southwest IX Frit Ifln pastor ftrnrcnsiUeil hurrti of liny school 10 n m IVirninp trrvirr a n HiY ronm V M A EMfrs H H Scvy and O B Smiggins in charge WISCONSIN WILL APPEAL DECISION Ciinllniird From Imi I tax instead of an occupational tax as in the Wisconsin as none of those designations are con clusive the difference in that re spect between these designations in the two statutes is ol no material significance Although upon its face the Ken tucky statute differs from the Wis consin in that while under the lyentucky statute a retail mer chant operating but one store is likewise subjected to the tax un der the Wisconsin law only those operating two or more stores un der the same general management are to be taxed that difference docs not constitute such a material dis tinction in the legal consequences under the statutes as to obviate the vice because of arbitrary and un reasonable discrimination between the proprietors of small and large chains Expires in December The Wisconsin law ilnvolved in this decision expires in December under its own provisions L B Kruger tax commission statistician said that the gross in comes tax has indicated it would yield a total of by the end of this year had it continued effec tive Only about 5260000 of this on 1933 been collected and the larger firms he said mostly paid their tax under protest and may claim refunds The license alternative he said probably would bring about S330 000 The Standard Oil company Krucger said would have to pay about of the license total because of its large number of fill ing stations The company is ex pected to test the license feature in the courts if it is applied he said Isnt Worried Members of Governor La Fol lettes staff said they did not ex pect the decision would upset pro posed chain store tax included in the governors 5209000000 public works bill because this bill fixes a tax based on the gross income in relation to the number of outlets a revised arrangement which is ex pected to require a separate court test In making its decision the court in opinions by Justice Fritz referred to the Kentucky chain store tax law which the United States supreme court held was unconstitutional be cause it increased the rates in ac cordance with larger gross income and not in relation to the number of stores Liquor Commission to Use Permit Books Left From Last Year DES MOINES June 8 Iowa liquor commission will use surplus permit books with the date reprinted in issuing new pemits Present permits expire June 30 and must be renewed for a year Original permits cost reissued 50 cents Use of the surplus books meets one of the criticisms of the com mission in the state auditors re port This report declared the com mission had bought far too large a supply Possibility of Strato Flight Sunday Denied RAPID CITY S Dan June 8 Orvil A Anderson pilot for the National GeographicArmy Air corps stratosphere flight said today there is no possibility of an ascent tomorrow as reported from Washington Informed that the war depart ment at Washington had been ad vised the flight might take place tomorrow Anderson said the re port must have been garbled in transmission Radical reformer One who hasnt yet had opportunity to do any re forming except with his Fountain Inn Tribune EXPENSE LESS Net Loss From Industries ai Fort Madison During Year Decrease DES MOINES June 8 operating costs of Fort Madison prison during the 1934 fiscal year were less than during the 1933 fiscal year Net loss from various prison in dustries was as compared to during the previous year the report of G S Worden state audits supervisor to state Auditor C W Storms shows The bulk of this loss occurred in operation of the chair and furniture factory during a per iod from Oct 28 1933 to June 30 1934 Nelle Huntley Sued for on Account Judgment for allegedly due as balance on an account dat ing since 1933 was asked against Mrs Nellc Huntley in a petition filed Friday in district court here by the Boomhower hardware com pany WIDEN BUNT FOR HIDEAWAY HAUNT Identities of Weyerhaeuser Kidnapers May Not Be Known to Ofifcers By LKLAND HANXU31 Cnpyrlslit liy The Associated Irfss TACOMA Wash June S Search by air and on the ground for the hideaway haunt used in the George Weyerhaeuser kidnaping widened today Strong indications were given that the identities of the abductors were unknown both to federal j agents and police j A report that 20 federal reserve notes from the ransom were found yesterday in bank re ceipts at Salt Lake City was fol lowed by another that E F Connel ly federal agent in charge of offi cers here was missing from his of fice today Left by Airplane A Seattle newspaper PostIntel ligencer which carried the report said it was reported he had left by airplane for Salt Lake City to di rect a search there Indications that names of the ab ductors were unknown to officers came when authorities revealed the two gabled hideout house holds the key to their identities through fingerprints The house was be lieved abandoned by the gangsters The boy was released a week ago House Gray An authoritative source disclosed the young kidnap victim had told specially what parts of the home he saw his captors touch with ungloved hands The child said the house was gray with two gables and near water and a railroad curve When the building is located officials said fingerprints on furniture and other objects doubtless would reveal the identities of its occupants should they hare criminal records VISIT AT HOME Arrives at Hyde Park Address Class at West Point Wednesday HYDE PARK N Y June 8 j President poqsevelt arrived home I early today for a weekend visit bej fore going to the military academy I at West Point Wednesday to adj dress the graduating class i The president was accompanied from Washington by Henry Morgen thau secretary of the treasury and Dutchess county neighbor The train ride offered opportunity to dscuss the monetary situation but there was no outward sign that this was done Morsenthati drove directly from the train to his farm Marvin H Mclntyre a secretary established headquarters at kccpsie vvhrre constant contact was maintained nitii the white house and Washinirton Ill EAST STATE STREET Is the New Location of LITTLES RADIO SERVICE North Iowas Most Modern Radio Service Our Service Department is Equipped With the CathodeRay Oscillograph THE XRAY OF RADIO You will get a newthrill in listening to your favorite ra dio programs after your radio has been checked and ad justed with this new modern instrument No matter how new or how old your radio is we can in crease its musical range make it separate stations more accurately and get more distant stations than it has ever done before Just as a doctor might locate injuries with an XRay or see germs with a microscope the Radio Engineer can now see a moving picture of the tiny electric currents flowing in your radio and detect any defect or irregularity with the aid of the CATHODERAY OSCILLOGRAPH the Radio Engineers XRay PHONE 70 When You ore Sick YQSI Call a Compelent Physician Don9 You It is just as essential that you have your life insurance matters arranged by a competent life insurance man The members of the Mason City District As sociation of Life Underwriters are pledged to the code of ethics and principles of the Na tional Association of Life Underwriters IS YOUR Insurance A MEMBER Members of Local Association ROY L BAILEY Mason City Iowa CHAS BAILEY Osage Iowa A D BROGAN Whittemore Iowa HARRY BROWN Mason City E W CHENEY Kudd Iowa C E COOPER Mason City Iowa JAKE DOUGLAS Mason City Iowa J W DUNNETTE Sheffield Iowa EMIL ELLING Garner Iowa R W FISCHBECK Mason City Iowa L H GILCHRIST Mason City Iowa W M HUFFMAN Mason City Iowa C R JENSEN Mason City Iowa MAX KISSICK Mason City Iowa D S KUPKER Nora Springs Iowa EARL S LEAMAN Mason City Iowa F W OSMUNDSON Mason City Iowa RICHARD POOL Mason City Iowa B L PROUTY Garner Iowa C A SHARP Northwood Iowa SCOTT SHERRETS Mason City Iowa W D THRAMS Mason City Iowa KING VANDERWICKEN Mason City Iowa F W VOORHIES Muson Citv Iowa WALTER WALKER Mason City Iowa
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