Mason City Globe Gazette, June 29, 1935

Mason City Globe Gazette

June 29, 1935

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 29, 1935, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 29 1935 SECTION ONE THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS NO 222 Looks for 4 Tickets Venable Says 1936 Battle Will Be Wide Open By CHARLES 1 STEWART Central Press Stall Writer ASHINGTON June have been plent of predictions o a triangular pres idential f i g h next year Now Executive Secre tary Earl Ven able of the na tional republican c o n g r e ssional committee tenta tively suggest that it may be quadrangular Among 1 a w makers of vari ous political com plexions on cap itol hill I find a considerable scattering who incline to think that Secretary Venables guess is not a very wild one Such an alignment apparently would be about like this 1 A Rooseveltian new deal demo cratic ticket 2 A conservative democratic ticket similar to the Palmer and Sucker ticket named in 1896 more to help McKinley against Bryan without admitting it than with any hope of victory 3 An orthodox republican ticket 4 A ticket to suit radicals for whom the new deal is insufficiently to the leftward Republican Hopes Secretary Venables theory is that ticket No 2 supposing it would draw exclusively from new deal strength and that ticket No 4 would draw much more heavily from Rooseveltian than from G 0 P strength The reeretary doesnt contend that this would be likely to give republicanism a majority over all le does surmise that it might give a plurality to republicanism Which would not necessarily mean victory for the G O Ps presidential can didate the winner has to have an outright majority in the electoral the final decision into congress hands Still even that would give the re publican aspirant a final lookin Secretary Venable prophesies what Executive Secretary Buck Hay den of the democratic congresional committee doesnt admit that there will be important G O P gains in the seventyfifth congress Anyway Secretary Venable views the outlook with some complacency Queer Combinations There is indeed a political ele ment which wonders whether tick ets Nos 2 and 3 conservative democrats and orthodox republi cans could not be combined to maximum advantage getting an ac tual majority at the polls over new dealers and the mavericks Active politicians are exceeding ly chary of expressing themselves Turn to Page 2 Column LEWIS CALLS SOFT COAL STRIKE Mason Cityan Convicted of Minnesota Murder MAN WHO LIVED ON RELIEF HERE GETS LIFE TERM Jackson Found Guilty in Second Degree After 2 Others Confess MANKATO Minn June 29 Walter J Jackson Mason City Iowa wag convicted by a jury in district court here early today of a charge of murder in the second degree and was sentenced to life im prisonment in the state penitentiary at Stillwater Jackson with two others was ac cused of causing the death of John S Williams 65 year old Mankato second hand store proprietor who was slugged and robbed on Dec 1 1933 and died eight days later A jury of seven men and five wo men returned the verdict at a m after having considered the case since p m yesterday District Judge Harry A Johnson immediate y imposed the life term Lyle Davis also of Mason City Jacksons stepson previously had leaded guilty to murder in the hird degree and faces a sentence of to 30 years in prison Later Judge Johnson sentenced Bertel Hall Mason City who con essed to five to 20 years after he leaded guilty following testimony as a state witness to first degree manslaughter Spinster Leaves Pet Dog The three men were arrested in Mason City and returned to M o for trial They originally came rom Mankato however and had not been residing in Mason City ong They were on relief here when rrested OLITICS HEAD WEEK IN IOWA euling Manages to Quit at Last Recover Body of Lake Victim FOB QUESTIONING DETROIT June 29 headquarters here were informed at olclock today that William Lee Ferris sought for questioning in the murder of Howard Carter Dickinson had been arrested in Fort Wayne Ind TheWezther FORECAST IOWA Local tlundershowers probable Saturday night and Sunday somewhat warmer in north and extreme eastcentral portions Saturday night MINNESOTA Local thund ershowers probable Saturday night and Sunday cooler Sun day and in extreme west late Saturday night IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday Minimum in Night At 8 a m Saturday Rainfall Friday An unusually wet and abnormally cool June will be disclosed by day to day weather figures on the month to be presented by the Globe Gazette Monday Precipitation Sat urday stood at 756 inches and the abnormal coolness is reflected in the fact that up to this time 1935 hasnt developed a temperature as high as 90 degrees WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO June 29 outlook for the period of July 1 to THE WEEK IN IOWA AT LAST RESIGNED SPIRIT LAKE TRAGEDY ANENT FORECASTS HOW TO END A STRIKE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In E J Feulings office at New Hampton where he publishes the TribuneGazette is a wellthumbed book titled Grief For all the years of his political life E J Feuling has been a demo Dy ever organized Meet Pet an Eskimo spitz which has been willed by his late mistress Miss Margaret McDermott Chicago spinster whose only other stipulation in her fantastic bequest was that her dog be placed in the home of a woman who Joves animals Mrs Hulda Khode a friend of Miss McDermott who is ittsf in possessiptiotthewealthy is shown with her grandson Lawrence Sees Utility Act as Issue in Campaign WASHINGTON June 29 possibility arose today that Pres ident Roosevelts desire to wipe out utility holding companies which he considers unnecessary might be a major issue in the 1936 campaign Senator Wheeler co author of the administrations hold ing company bill threatened a movement to kill the measure in the senate if the house passes it without Including a death sentence for he unwanted holding companies He said he was willing to take the issue to the country in the next election F R Hits Lobby House leaders striving in a Sat urday session to get the bill through n the form the president wishes were spurred by his assertion yes erday that the mandatory aboli ion feature was being misrepre sented by the most powerful lob 79 56 63 16 July 6 For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys Showers with temperature near or above normal first of week generally fail End cool middle of week showers south portion again at close erat As state chairman hepilot ed his party in 1932 to the first democratic state victory since the Civil war But being chairman of the party in power he found is distinctly different from being chairman of the party out Others gained the well paying patronage positions Feuling was too valuable as party chairman which isnt valuable to the chairman as far as salary goes for its a thank you job Once Gov Clyde Herring offered him a state highway commission ship but asked him not to accept it Feuling bowed to Herrings wishes then Later he indicated he wished he hadnt Pays Fine That was after he had paid a fine for failing to report all cam paign contributions after two grand juries had started searching into campaign contributions investigat ing charges that state officials were involved in a ring which ex acted protection tribute from slot machine operators and illegal liquor dealers Friday he again submitted his resignation as party chairman to the state central committee some thing hed done several times before only to have it refused This time it was accepted Feuling was free to go back to New Hampton publish his newspa per read Grief a book dealing with Iowa banking problems and wonder perhaps if banking doesnt have its points over politics To replace him the central com mittee chose E H Birmingham of Sioux City He has been a commit tee member eight years should know the responsibilities he faces Canoe Built For Two Turbulent waves washed up shores of Spirit Lake as Dora Bell Turn to rate i Column 5 This fight stood out in a day that marked the half year point in a ses sion of congress still far from ad journment The senate was in re cess resting up for battles to come over the omnibus banking bill AAA amendments the presidents wealth tax program and other items on his must list End Fiscal Year Approaching the end of its fiscal year the government counted its gross debt at nearly 2S700000000 Billdrafting experts worked on leg islation to pare this figure a trifle with new tax levies in line with the chief executives recent wealth distribution message William E Borah of Idaho dean of the senate planned an assault on the administrations AAA amend ments as he quietly passed his sev entieth birthday Unprecedented importations of agricultural products attributed to drought needs and domestic pries levels were reported by the cham ber of commerce of the United States for the first quarter of this year DEMOCRATS GET MORE IOWA JOBS 23 New Appointive State Officials Taking Over Their Duties DES MOINES June 29 Iowa Daily Press of the state administration will be come even more definitely demo cratic Monday as 23 new appointive state officials assume their duties en state beards and as heads of state departments Every state board or commission which is filled by gubernatorial ap pointment with senate confirmation be controlled by democrats Two lone republicans will continue as heads of departments Dr Walter L Eierring health commissioner is one and A B Funk industrial is the other Dr Bierring was appointed by Gov Clyde L Herring Funks term expires in 1937 Appointees in other instances will fill jobs never before held by democrats New Fire Marshal These include J y Pyle Dem of Chariton who succeeds John W Strohm Clinton as state fire marshal John DeMar Des Moines who will replace J H Henderson Indianola as commerce counsel and Ray Mur phy Ida Grove who suc ceeds E W Clark Mason ty as insurance commissioner The state fire marshals office al been occupied by a re HEAVY TOLL OF LIFE IS TAKEN BY WIND AND FLOOD Japan Counts 62 Known Victims Lives Lost in Portugal TOKIO June 29 worst rainstorms and floods in half a cen tury deluged the populous and thriving Osaka Kyoto and Kobe districts today the second time in less than 10 months that the in dustrial heart of the Japanese em1 pire has been paralyzed by a na1 tural calamity Sixtytwo persons thus far were known definitely to have perished but many were still missing and scores were injured Driven From Homes Thousands were driven from their homes and a fragmentary survey of the affected area indicated that at least 150000 houses and build ings were inundated Damage was estimated at more than 10000000 yen about The floods also swept over northern Kyushu and Shikoku pre fects and western Hondo the same regions scourged by a disastrous typhoon Sept 22 1934 Crews of 60 fishing boats were missing Keishohokudo province of Korea Rescue vessels set out to search for them Floods Sweep Korea Floods also swept southeastern Korea following torrential rains Friday Some 2000 homes were destroyed in Kyoto Japan and the famous Gojo bridge over the river Kamo was washed away Communications were disrupted and railways were washed away in many sections Serious damage to crops was feared The prefectures of Fukuoka Nagasaki and Yimaguehi bore the brunt of the floods whose damage was increased by heavy wincis CAUSE WIDESPREAD PROPERTY DAMAGE LISBON Portugal June 29 Tornadoes and cloudbursts swept almost all of Portugal today leav ing an undetermined number of dead and injured and causing wide spread property damage Mayor of Paris Wounds His Predecessor in Duel Former Police Prefect Resents Criticism of Regime PARIS June 29 Jean Chiappc fiery Corsican and former prefect of Paris police shot and wounded Pierre Godin Chiappes predecessor as president of the Paris municipal council in an early morning pitsol duel today Chiappes last bullet struck Godin just above the right thigh causing what physicians said later was a superficial wound Godin had criticized Chiappes former administration of the police department Chiappe as president of the municipal council is unoffi cial mayor of Pnris and one of its best known politicians Directed Iiy Mussard The duel which began at a m was directed by Chinppes prin cipal second Armand Massard a famous fencer himself and often a duelist Massards best known meet ing was with the late Lucien Gaudin acknowledged as the worlds great est swordsman The meeting on the field of honor had shared attention and excitement in Paris with the challenge made to Jean Borotra tennis star by Didier Poulain Paris sports writer Firo at 23 Paces The little Corsican who hundreds of times led riot squads of police into action met the former council president secretly on the estate of Mme Coty widow of the millionaire perfumer in the Bois de Boulogne They fired from 25 paces The duelists parted without being reconciled When hit Godin sank to the ground tind doctors and seconds gathered about him After an exam ination he was carried into the home of Mme Coty where the wound was probed and dressed JEAN CH1APPE Oporto was plunged into dark ness early this afternoon when a tornado and torrential rains struck the city causing panic among the populace Moncorbo was flooded and several children reported missing Blinding choking clouds of sand almost buried the town of Vianna Do Castello Country districts reported that livestock had been swept away in floods Franchise Election to BeatRockfordAug 12 ROCKFORD June 12 has been set as the date for a spe cial election to determine whether a new franchise shall be given to the Iowa Public Service company the council has decided The com pany has been serving the town since Sept 12 1933 without a franchise An 582000 municipal ight plant Is now under oonstruc Jon Petitions were circulated by he company asking for the clec jon publican since its creation in 1911 The same is true of the position of commerce counsel created in the same year and insurance com missioner formed in 1913 Judge Henderson had been commerce coun sel for ill but part of one year in the 24 that this position has existed Senator Frank M Stevens Garden Grove shifts the balance of power on the board of control from republican to demo cratic for the first time He suc ceeds O H Michael Ottum wa AH other boards became demo cratic earlier in the administration Keappointeil to Board Miss Anna B Lawther Dubuque was reappointed to the board of education She has been a board member since 1921 John P Wallace Des Moines suc ceeds Eskil C Carlson Des Moines on the board beginning July Following is a list of other state board appointees who start their work Jufy 1 Board of assessment and review C F Green Sioux City who succeeds the late John W Foster Gtithrie Center Highway commission Harry M Green Avoca who succeeds Willard D Archie Sidney Tnrn lo 2 Column 7 J BRITTBOYHITBY STRAY SHOT DIES IN HOSPITAL HERE An abscess of the liver caused by complications which had set in after he was struck by shot from a shotgun April 2 Friday night caused the death of Paul Kling 12 Britt son of Mr and Mrs Otto Kling at a local hospital Attend ing physicians said Saturday that the abscess was undoubtedly caused by the shot which had struck the boy in the liver At the time of the accident the boy was playing upon his fathers farm and was alone He was un able to tell where the bullet came from The youth had been admitted to the hospital three different times for treatment following the injury The body has been taken to a fun eral home at Klemme PROJECT TO MAKE DES MOINES RIVER NAVIGABLE PUSHED OTTUMWA June 29 administration at Washington will soon hear of Iowas 15000000 Des Moines river navigation project ac cording to plans completed here at a meeting of river city men Friday night An Ottumwa man Horace A Brown superintendent of the Ot tumwa municipal waterworks and well known Iowa engineer was named last night to head a commit tee of five river valley men who will promote the project which is de signed to make Iowas principal stream navigable from her capital city to her gate Navigation of the river can be made possible by the construction of 23 dams and locks on the river Murky Waters of Des Moines River Fall at Ottuinwa Several Thousand Dollars in Damage Left in Wake of Flood OTTUMWA June 29 murky waters of the Des Moines river were apparently ready to re cede today leaving in their wake several thousand dollars in flood damage most of which will be confined to garden and farm crops At Eddyville 15 miles above Ot tumwa the river dropped seven inches from a 208 crest reached Friday afternoon Damage there will also be confined chiefly to farm land although 14000 bags of sand had to be used to keep the surging waters out of the town From 50 to 75 men have worked there night and day since Tuesday under direction of Chris Den Har tog street commissioner Remains Stationary At Ottumwa the stream remain ed practically stationary during the night after reaching 144 feet by p m Friday Approximately SO families whose ORDERS 4501 MINERS TO WALK T No White House Action Taken After Collapse of Wage Parley WASHINGTON June 29 John L Lewis president of the United Mine Workers ordered all his members in the soft coal indus try to stop work Sunday at mid night In the absence of any white house action after the collapse of wage negotiations with Appa lachian producers Lewis sent out telegrams to 6000 locals directing them to suspend mining of coal Monday He estimated 450000 miners would be affected by the strikfi call The unions district gathered here for wage parleys immediately Jcft for their field headquarters to direct what may prove to be the biggest soft coal strike in the nations history Look for Intervention Meantime the operators looked to th white house for interven tion President Roosevelt said at his press conference yesterday he hoped present wages aud hours would be extended until congress acted on the Guffcy coal stabiliza tion bill to set up a little NRA for the bituminous industry By midafternoon neither Lewis nor the operators had heard airect ly from the white house and plans for the strike went forward Wire Local mm this afternoon tothe effect that the joint wage negotiations have not been fruitful and that the joint conference has recessed subject to call by its chairman at some fu ture date Lewis said The local unions and their members are instructed by the in ternational policy committee to put into effect Monday instructions set forth in a letter sent them June 1 1935 and suspend mining of coal Monday homes are in low lying sections of the city were cared for in tempor ary quarters including a tent city in a local park last night The tents were brought from Camp Dodge Damage here will also be found in the homes within the flooded areas at the county rock quarry It has been estimated that it will ncar the river which went under require the work of 6000 men for one year to complete the project KRASCHEL WILL CAMPAIGN AGAIN Lieutenant Governor Fails to Specify What Office He Will Seek INJURED AS PAVILION FALLS WILKES BARRE Pa June 29 hundred persons were in jured some perhaps fatally this af ternoon when the old dance pavilion at Croops Glen Himlock creek coi apsed during a bahy contest being witnessed by 400 men women and children DAVENPORT June 29 Lieut Gov Nelson G Kraschel told a picnic audience today c was planning on entering another poli tical campaign He did not specify for what public office he might be candidate It shall be a campaign in the interest of holding the advantages that have recently accrued to the Iowa farmer and the American la borer the lieutenant governor added The state official spoke at a new deal farm picnic near here and urged support of the federal agricultural adjustment program Iowa is on the brink of a bigger and a better day he said The storm clouds are passing It is tru ly sunup on the farms of the Mis sissippi valley Iowas part in the new deal program has only begun Kraschel praised Senator Louis Murphy for his support of the AAA and told his listeners the people of Scott county and the other counties of this congressional dis trict have been one step ahead of the state as a whole in your selec tion of a loyal friend of the people to represent you in congress Benny who has stood four square in preserving this program water after a determined tight by relief workers at John Morrell and company where hundreds of head of stock had to be moved from pens and in basements of a few business houses and homes Over Banks at Keokuk For the third time this year the Des Moines river spilled over its banks at Keokuk last night cov ering U S highway 61 into Mis souri by some eight inches and flooding lowlands This rise has been predicted since the first of the week but due to the spreading of the water over bottom lands on the upper river the flood was late in arriving It is expected to reach its crest there tomorrow and block traffic into Missouri as well as cause a heavy loss to tomatoes and corn Apparent Leak on Bank Bill May Lead to Senate Inquiry WASHINGTON June 29 Members of the Glass Banking sub committee of the senate were dis turbed today over an apparent Leak to New York Bankers on their action of the administrations bank bill and indicated there might be an investigation Miller Will Replace Scholes as Board of Control Secretary DES MOINES June 29 Iowa Daily Press Mil ler democrat of College Springs will replace Frank R Scholes re publican of Council Bluffs as sec retary of the board of control next week it was learned today Buy 28 New Cars DES MOINES June 29 Murray secretary of agriculture announced today his department has purchased 28 new automobiles to be used in inspection work by Grand Jury SIOUX CITY June 29 many weeks of deliberation the Woodbury county grand jury which has been investigating charges of official graft and corruption this afternoon returned two indictments making charges against 14 per sons Names of those indicted were not revealed pending the service of bench warrants One indictment listed 12 persons as defendants and the other indict ment named two persons Both fvi dently were conspiracy indictments The report was midr in listrut court to Judge PvObert 1 Minjcr Ut p mj j g B Care of the Feet Many persons have foot trouble of one kind or another Prysicians and podiatrists agree there is no excuse for this since practically all foot ills are due to carelessness cr neglect Send for the GlobeGazette service booklet Care of the Feet today read it carefully and learn the lessons everyone should know Your summer comfort is dependent in no small degree upon the condi tion of your feet Inclose 10 cents in coin to cover cost handling and postage Use coupon The Mason City GlobeGazetta Information Bureau 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