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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 6, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JULY 6 1935 WOMAN FATALLY HURT IN CRASH jWalked Unaided Following Accident at Bancroft Dies of Shock BANCROFT July 6 Mrs Gladys Skuttle 32 Minneapolis died here Thursday night shortly after 9 oclock about an hour alter the automobile in which she had been riding was involved in a col lision with a car driven by Bea Lamps of Bancroft Mrs Skuttle apparently died from shock witnesses said as she was seen to walk about unaided at the scene of the accident about half a mile north of here Larape accom panied by his wife and four chil dren had started to drive across the paving when his car and the car in which the Minneapolis wom an was riding collided According to Lampc the Minneapolis automo bile had no lights With her daughter Nancy Ann three other women and W J Moran all of Minneapolis Mrs Skuttle was returning home after spending the Fourth of July with her parents Mr and Mrs Joseph M Ford of West Bend DOUG SEES MARY AND GOES FISHING Continued From PnRC 1 other business meeting here Mon day Yesterday Fairbanks met Miss Pickford for the first time since she divorced him last winter Office Doors Shut The scene was Samuel Goldwyns private office at United Artists stu dio yesterday The doors were shut The reunion of the two was sup posed to be dramatic Maybe it was In the years gone by every time Doug rejoined Mary after an ab sence from home the event was marked by much hullabaloo reams of publicity flashlights and music Yesterday Fairbanks told news papermen he had absolutely noth ing to say and proved it by dis appearing quickly into the Goldwyn inner office Cubas Crack Army Intelligence Corps Solves New Crime HAVANA July 6 crack army intelligence corps was on top today in another encounter with major crime thereby adding to a record less publicized but com parable to that of Washingtons Londons Scotland Yard Standing his ground against pistol fire of five trapped extortionists at Camaguey yesterday a corporal of the corps shot and killed Jorge Gar cia leader of the band They are ac cused of trying to collect 525000 from Manuel Lopez Camaguey mer chant The other four escaped The corporal surprised the group as they met their intended victim in a public park President Roosevelt says the country needs peace and it looks now like congress might adjourn next month Norfolk LedgerDis gatch Lefs Go to the CLEAR fOUNTRV LAKE CLUB I Saturday July 6 TINY LITTLE And His Toe Teasers 10 piece band bigger and better than ever Cooling breezes right off the lake Iced beverages lunches plenty of tables 40c per person MURIEL HANFORD GOES ON STAND Continued From 1age 1 on which he was indicted related to his previous testimony about the Hattie Brown chicken shack episode a party which other witnesses claimed Attorney General CTConnor attended Bert Welch of Sioux City who testified in the ouster action hero against Henry C Kuhlmano former commissioner of safety preceded Arthur before the grand jury today Welch had testified in the Kuhl mann action to being a bootlegger and had said he had paid protection money Three different collectors visited him in three months he tes tified in that case When he inquired how many collectors there were he was told 17 he said Isadore Marsh of Sioux City also was a grand jury witness today Retained as Defense Carlos W Goltz Sioux City at torney and one of the original spe cial prosecutors named to conduct the graft grand jury inquiry was retained today to act as defense counsel for Mayer Goltz resigned as a special prosecutor with the an nouncement that he felt his part of the job was done when Max Duckworth former county attor ney resigned while facing ouster action Before accepting the case of Mayer Goltz said he conferred with the present special prosecutors H M Havner of Des Moines and Ole Nagelstad of Sioux City No investigation concerning Clyde E Mayer had been made up to the time Goltz withdrew as a special prosecutor commented Havner No Legal Reason There is no legal or ethical rea son added Nagelstad why Goltz could not take Mayers case Most of the jurys time in a full session yesterday was occupied with Mrs Alma Berry secretary in the state attorney generals office and Glenn L Schmidt acting chief of the state bureau of investigation which operates under jurisdiction of the attorney general Both Schmidt and Mrs Berry took voluminous records into the jury chamber but emerged empty landed WANTS TO KNOW PLANS FOR WIFE Goodrich Says He Will No Plead Guilty Unless She Is Sent Free DETROIT July 6 Ward Goodrich declared today upon his return from New York he wouW not plead guilty to the murder of Lillian Gallaher 11 if his wife were charged with complicity in the crime I dont care what they do with me he said but I wont plead guilty until I know what theyre going to do with my wife Within an hour of the time the former trap drummer handcuffed to Detective Sergt George Branton was rushed from the Union station to police headquarters he was con fronted by Frank Gallaher father of the schoolgirl he confessed mur dering Goodrich groaned and averted his eyes as Gallaher stared at him in stony silence Crazy looking guy Gallaher muttered at last and turned away There was no crowd at the sta tion and Goodrich was spirited through tfie baggage room and into a police car without incident 6TH IOWA FLOOD VICTIM DROWNS Indian Youth Hit by Train Near Tama on Way Home From Celebration Swollen Beaver creek near Boone claimed Iowas sixth flood victim Of the season Friday to add to a list of seven lives lost in the state by accidents over the Fourth of July Loring Van Pelt Beaver high schoolStudent drowned while swim ming The youth apparently seized by a cramp was swimming with a rela te Searchers had not found his body late Friday The accident oc curred just across the road from the home of the youths parents Mr and Mrs B W Van Pelt The battered body of Adam San ache 21 year old Mesquakie Indian was discovered near the North Western railroad track three miles west of Tama Friday Sanache presumably was struck by an eastbound passenger train Wes Hartman a track wlker found his body 100 feet from the track Coroner Harvey Jones of Tama county said he would hold no in quest Sanache and two other reserva tion Indians Martin Davenport and Wilson Brown left a Fourth of July celebration at Tama at a m Friday in a taxi Davenport told of ficers they got out of the taxi near the scene of the accident and final ly left Sanache sitting on the rail road tracks An eastbound passen ger train was due at a m Sanache was employed at the In dian sanitarium at Toledo George Sanache the victims father and his divorced wife Mrs Amos Morgan 15 Deaths Friday in United States Are Blamed on Weather CHICAGO July 6 deaths were attributed directly or indirectly to the weather in the United States yesterday Seven persons drowned two in Massachu setts one in Illinois three in Min nesota and one in Missouri Eight other deaths were traced indirectly to the haat and humid ity including two in Ohio and Illi nois and one each in Michigan Iowa Massachusetts and Rhode Is land Seven persons were stunned b a bolt of lightningin an electrical storm near Glen Falls N Y Two were prostrated by the heat in New York Citv WEEK SEES IOWA PROBE NEAR END Raid at Cedar Rapids Start of Investigation Into Graft in State THE WEEK IN IOWA SEALS TO SIOUX CITY TWO SUCCESS STOKIES GENTLE NATURE POOEV President Roosevelt on WeekEnd Cruise WASHINGTON July 6 T President Roosevelt left the white louse by motor before noon today for Annapolis Md to board the government yacht Sequoia for a weekend cruise on Chcsapeaie Bay THE GOLDEN TEXT Mark ye into all the world and preach the gos pel to the whole creation BAPTIST school convenes at 915 A departmentalized school with classes for all ages C E Oes chger Superintendent Morning worship at Mrs J E Stine hart at the organ using as special numbers Pilgrims Chorus Wag ner Autumn Leaves Stinehart grand chorus Dubois The pastors subject The Kingly Authority of Ihrist Communion service fol owing the morning message Union park service at The Rev Oliver N Wigdahl will be the speaker CATHOLIC St at 6 8 and a m Benediction and rosary at 4 p Rev P S OConnor pastor the Rev James K Cassidy Lssistant Holy northwest Sunday masses at 7 MASON CITY WED JULY FAIRGROUNDS THE SHOW OF SHOWS N PERSON HIS OWN 3RING CIRCUS s 111 tin PERFORMANCES DAILY2SSPM jxmsoreim7fil Tickets may be purchased cir cus day at Korcl HopUins drug store from 10 a m until 1 p in at no extra charge and a Rev R Murphy the Rev A J Bohrer assistant Lehigh Catholic every Sunday at a m Confes sions before mass Catechism 15 minutes alter Rev John Canals CHURCH OF CHRIST FirstsBible school Com nunion and preaching service iermon The Great Physician by he pastor Union Park service ie Rev 0 L N Wigdahl speaker Midweek service Wednesday eve ning CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Washington and Third street north west Sunday services 11 a m Sub ject God Sunday school a m Wednesday testimonial meeting p m Reading room east end of church Week days 11 a m to 5 p m CONGREGATIONAL Sunday school morning worship The choir will sing How Beautiful Upon the Mountains by Harker Mrs Dor othy Weston and Mrs F M Hum phrey will sing a duet in the an them The pastor will preach on the theme When Are We Free There will be no evening service but this church unites with the other churches in the open air re ligious service at the band shell in East park at Sid ney Carlson minister LUTHERAN Fourth and Fifth streets on North Delaware 9 a m graded Sunday school and Bible classes 10 a m English ser vice 11 a m German service The pastor will preach on The Hymn of the Church Triumphant Is 12 At 2 p m the German part of the congregation will have their semi annual meeting Wednesday evening Ladies aid division 2 meets in the church parlors with Mrs A F Toensing entertaining Thursday evening the Walther league will have their monthly A Hinz pastor Central Where East State Crosses a m the church school 11 a m divine wor ship the sermon theme The Out reach prelude Andante Religioso Thome vocal solo The Lord Is My Shepherd Van De Water Miss Millie Rye offertory Nocturne Chopin postlude Pleycli Hymn Wcstbrook Sunday p m ser vices at East park Monday S p m the mida n n u a l congregational meeting Wednesday p m the noitheast chapter of the Ladies Guild with Mrs O H Grelk at 730 North Carolina avenue Wednesday p m the southeast chapter of the Ladies Guild with Mrs E W Schilling at 628 Sixth street south east Friday p m the Ruth Learner girls meet at the church preparatory to outing at Clear H Kampen pastor Immanuel Fifth and Jersey southeast Sunday school at 10 a m Morning worship at 11 sermon by the Rev O Mall special music Note change of time Martha society will meet with Celia Gustafson 232 Fourth street southeast Tuesday at 8 South division will meet with Mrs Henry Mickelson northeast of city Thursday afternoon at 2 Mem bers of all other divisions have been invited Brotherhood Thursday eve ning at 8 outdoor meeting place to be announced T Er holm pastor Our Saviors Jefferson and Twentyfifth southwest Morning worship 9 sermon theme In the Shadow of the Temple Gate Acts music by the vested junior choir Sunday school 10 Junior choir will practice Wednesday af ternoon at O Urness pastor St Sixth street south east Graded Sunday school 9 a m Pearl Rohr superintendent Ella Woisnak secretary and treasurer American services at 10 a m theme The Mighty Hand of God The brotherhood meets Thursday evening at 8 oclock in the parlor of the church Orphans home festi val at Waverly on July E G Mall pastor South Pennsylvania avenue Early service at 9 a m Prelude Gravlie Maxine Carman Lucille sermon Seeking the Lost Luke Sunday school and Bible classes at 10 a m J C Odden superintendent Morning service at 11 a m Prelude selected Mrs J C Odden processional choir solo There Were Ninety and Nine Mrs Blanche Lyng ser mon Seeking the Lost Luke 15 110 Young peoples Luther league at 6 p m devotionals Ada Colby topic leader Enola Skram instal lation of officers The pastor will preach tile sermon at the services at East park at The Trinity ladies quartet will sing Trinity church will be represented at the Waldorf college association meeting Tuesday at 2 p m The L D R will be entertained at Rock Falls by Miss Erna Hanson Monday at 7 p n Cars leave church at 6 p m Forest park circle entertained Thurs day at p m by Mrs H A Kueck 1206 Sixth southwest topic Old Testament Women leader Mrs R O Storvick Sunday school teachers and officers meeting Fri day at 8 p L N Wlgdabl pastor North Delaware avenue Sunday school and Bible closses at a m C O Quam su perintendent Morning service at a m sermon Seeking the Lost Luke Evening ser vice and adult class instruction at 8 p L N Wigdahl pastor METHODIST church school Mens class in courthouse morning worship Special music Andante Lemaire postlude Mendelssohn Mrs Patchon I Am With Thee Henry Jacobscn The Mighty God Hath Spoken Henry Lincoln Case Mrs Agnes Bennett 7 union service In George Davles associate pastor Sixth street southwest Sunday school at Ministry of the word at There will be no evening services Church prayer meeting Thursday evening at All other services will give way to the annual campmeeting which is now in progress at W Schmidt minister a m church school C K Kinney superintendent 11 a m morning worship and sermon Theme Good Tidings The girls chorus from the I O O F home will sing two special numbers Bet ty Geer will play the offertory number The announcement for the young peoples service will be made at the morning services This con gregation joins in the evening ser vice at East park The Rev 0 L N Wigdahl will be the speaker W H M S Wednesday I 0 O F home 2 p m Sunday school 3 p m church Galbreth minister Union church school devotions 11 ser mon by pastor subject Make It Sure union services sermon by the Rev Mr Roman pastor of the St Johns Baptist church program by junior church school Mrs E Stratton and Mrs Walls in charge A H Runcie and daugh ter Miss Dorothy Runcie will ap pear on program with solos and duets PRESBYTERIAN will be no 11 oclock worship service Sunday because of the absence of the pastor who is on a vacation Sunday school will be held at as usual MISCELLANEOUS Alliance Gospel North Delaware An netta Hoisted missionary to China and the Philippines will speak in both services Sunday Miss Helen Van Horn Minneapolis school teach er will speak at to the young people The gospel team of the Mis sionary training institute of Nyack outheHudson will present a pro gram of missions and music Tues day and Wednesday evenings July 9 and 10 Two open air services will be held again next week the one at the corner of Sixth and Van Bu ren southwest Wednesday evening and the other on South Federal ave nue at Second street Saturday eve ning The ladies missionary band will meet Wednesday at the home of Mrs Ira Paugh 113 President E Freligh Minister Church of the Nazarene 337 West State Bible school a m The Rev Mr Cor bett evangelist will preach at 11 a m Mrs Corbett will address the young people at p m Mr Cor bett will preach an evangelistic ser mon at p m Sunday school rally at a m and the evening service will be the closing service of a three Sunday evangelistic cam paign carried on by Mr and Mrs D Fritzlan pastor 220 2nd street Northwest Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Church school 10 a m sermon 11 a m Song service p m Evan galist Richard Baldwin Sermon 8 p m Subject Christ Is Coming Again Soon On ground floor of Y M C A building By the ASSOCIATED 1RESS Last winter a raid at Cedar Rap ids disclosed Harold M Cooper chairman of the Iowa liquor com mission had given J LcRoy Farm er Cedar Rapids canningplant own er 200 state liquor seals Last week a Woodbury county grand jury returned indictments at Sioux City against Atty Gen Ed ward L OConnor his first assist ant Walter Maley and 18 other men for conspiracy to operate gambling houses and devices Tnere is a definite Verne Marshall Cedar Rapids edi tor Raid Rouses Marshall The raid roused Marshall who in years past had exhibited a definite aversion to what he considered of ficial chicanery or graft Marshall hammered away day In and day out with edictorial accusa tions that there was something rot ten in Denmark He gathered evidence and ap peared before the legislative com mittee which investigated the liquor commission a direct result of that raid Among other things Marshall charged he had learned in his pri vate investigation of the liquor com mission was that Sioux City offi cials were exacting protection trib ute from slot machine operators and illegal liquor dealers that this graft excluded to the Iowa state house Investigation Inevitable A grand jury investigation be came inevitable It wasnt long afterwards that Woodbury County Atty Max Duck worth and Sioux City Safety Com missiner Henry C Kuhlman resign ed They previously had been sus pended Marshall continued to shout his charges in 120 point headlines Oth er newsmen more and more viewed him as The Crusading Editor The grand jury continued Its in vestigation Saturday it still was burrowing after evidence Started at 28 John K Valentine was 28 not long out of the University of Iowa aw college when he decided to run for state senator from the Davis Appanoose county district Elder politicians chuckled at the bricktopped gimlet eyed Valen tine considered him much too young to play politics But many an elder democrat last week enviously learned that Senator John K Valentine had been ap pointed a member of the state board of assessment and review by Gov Clyde Herring who saw to it the senator was named chairman John K Valentine now is 31 He has behind him a record of party service which included his wielding the party whip in two sessions of the legislature Better Rural Schools Agnes Samuelson started teach ing a country school in 1906 She was a good teacher and ad vanced to a superintendcncy of the Yorktown schools Later she en gaged in extension work for Iowa State Teachers college Better rural schools was her aim In 1927 she became state super intendent of public instruction A republican her record of service led democrats to indorse her for re election Last week the National Education association elected her president Let Poets Rave Let the poets rhyme about Gentle Nature To newsmen last week she was a hoyden a jade and a chit with a lousy disposition For the second time in as many weeks she went on a spree spew ing a nineinch flood over Primghar Iowa squeezing a flood out of the clouds that wrecked Ledges state park inundated Valley Junctions business district and rolled down over the Des Moines river valley again William A Halloran 69 Collins Carson 16 and Francis Convoy 17 LOV BEllE BURNS CROMER ventured on to the flooded Des Moines in a the Center Moines river at Des rowboat just above street dam The current caught their boat whirled it towards the dam Fran cis gripped both sides of the boat as he sat in the stern Collins stared in wide eyed terror Halloran rowed with all the strength left in his aging back Pulls For Shore Do you think you can make it to shore Francis asked Keep still gasped Halloran Keep still Rescuers pulled Francis from the water 1000 feet below the dam The bodies of Halloran and Collins still are lost in the flood Other flood victims last week Everett Eppers 24 Keokuk drowned in tie Mississippi at the mouth of the Des Moines river Justin C Johnson Wisconsin salesman drowned near Madrid when his car plunged over a wash edout bridge abutment Loring Vanpelt Boone drowned while swimming in flooded Beaver creek And nature was not yet content She drew back the clouds so a Doilingsun could turn the state into a steaming oven A Bostonian playing bridge on a verandah at a passing boo and felled his partner At least hr thinks there was a Gn Constitution Continued From 1ncc 1 had driven at once to the Eddinj home to apologize And now he hat discovered Jan was leaving Chira his head throbbed like a jungle drum and he wanted a drink like nobodys business The motor approached the harbor front and Val leaned his lithe length forward to peer through the window There he could glimpse the black hull of the President Taft anchored far out in the swirling brown waters of the river where even now she seemed to strain at her chains His already taut muscles tightened as the Nanking road swung around the turbaned authority of a huge Sikh traffic policeman to debouch sud denly into the Bund The taxi skid ded to a stop The young man leaped out to toss a bill and an answering grin to the driver then turning ran with swift easy strides along the street and across the gangway to the customs house jetty There his course was abruptly halted by an expanse of dirty water widening between himself and the receding stern of the last tender carrying visitors to the President Taft Nonplused he stood for a de feated instant Then as his finely built body swung about his eyes leaped to where a lone sampan awaited a fare He strode toward it But even as he did so he was diverted by the ap pearance of a very special with slim twinkling ankles tiny feet and carrying a leopard skin with her imperious little hand held up to the coolie tripped from the opposite side of the jetty Val had signaled the man Tirst but as the girl approached he nstinctively gave way for the in stant it took her to step into the craft and settle herself Hells bells The last sampan and this young upstart had snatched it As the small boat slid away he glared down nto the lustrous dark eyes that eered back at him over a graceful shoulder but when she flung him the faintest ghost of a smile he found himself melting into an an swering grin Nevertheless the grin soon faded his debonair manner grew momen tarily more subdued as his gaze vain ly searched the neighboring floats for any other available watertaxi Usually there were a dozen emoty campans to be whistled up but to day the little river craft all appeared engaged in carrying spectators to the rowing races on Pootungside Beneath his lowpulled hat brim his blue eyes burned with chagrin He crammed florists box and Chinese doll under his elbow fumbled with impatient fingers for a cigaret lighted it took a deep drag and ex haled smoke and a sotto voce flow of seagoing language adequate to the occasion Why in the name of the Great Horn Spoon had he let that girl wangle the last sampan from under his very nose This was the sort of thing he reflected with a dis gusted shrug that was always put ting him off an even keel Because this nervy little brat had been smooth and attractive he had per mitted himself to be turned aside from something that really mat tered She kept him away from Jan that was what she had done He scowled at a ribsailed junk thread ing its way past a nest of battle ships Good Lord surely there would be a boat of some sort along in a minute Jan mustnt sail thinking him indifferent to last nights slight Why they had been friends from their youngster days navy junior both small wanderers whose brief periods of home life were succeeded by longer years of following the ships where their officer fathers found themeslves on duty At the Mare Navy Yard near San Francisco when she was a blond curlytop in smocks and he a lad of 10 the other boys had ragged him for deserting their games to teach her to swim their jeers had got un der his skin but she had been such a game pupil he had stubbornly ig nored his gang for her sake Even when she was convalescing from measles Jan must have been very appealing to make him surender sailing his raft on the shallow bay waters to sit indoors through sunny afternoons reading St Nicholas aloud or playing Halma with her He paused to whistle frantically to a passing craft then saw it had a passenger Impatiently pacing the float he returned again to his thoughts of Jan and flushed to re call that although they had been jlaymates through childhood in la er years when he was a midship man at Annapolis and her father lad reported there as an instructor he Val had been engrossed with a seminary siren from Washington and had ignored the demure school girl That was his last year at the naval acdemy where he remem jered with no great pride his claims o fame lay in his ability to play Jie piano the composing of some singable music for the Masquer aders and his reputation for the sensational pulchriture of the fem mes he dragged to the hops TO BE CONTINUED SWEEPING PROBE OF LOBBY URGED Continued From Page 1 The publication stated in its fort nightly review that analyses of de tailed evidence for the first five month for 1935 show that general business activities in those months remained remarkably steady and at a level noticeably higher than in the corresponding part of 1934 Attorney General Cummings de clined to express an opinion as to whether the Guffey coal bill is con stitutional He suggests that con gress pass it and let the courts de cide Have Given Notice Contending that manufacturing is not interstate commerce men in the steel automobile and rubber indus tries have given notice they intend to ask the courts to rule on the Wagner labor disputes acts consti tutionality as applied to their rela tions with labor Harry L Hopkins slashing hours on relief jobs was described officially as an attempt to carry on a higher proportion of more sub stantial projects On work relief projects under Hopkins the maximum hours were cut from ISO a month to liO The pay which has been announced as ranging from 519 to 594 a month depending on locality and kind of work will remain the same NEW AUTOMOBILES John Dawson 640 Connecticut avenue southeast Chevrolet truck W C Irelan City Chevrolet se dan Knutson Hardware company Clear Lake Chevrolet truck R J Carr Swaledale Buick se dan Clara Mabb Thornton Oldsmo bile sedan Carl Henkel 9 Oak drive Buick F L Krieg Hotel Eadmar Ply mouth sedan George D Waddell 721 Washing ton avenue northwest Ford sedan Lottie M Swearingen Y W C A Plymouth coach Mrs Pete Madoura 1511 Presi dent avenue northwest Chevrolet sedan J M Campbell 3 Georgia avenue southeast Pontiac sedan L T Mitchell Foresters build ing Chevrolet coach Mildred A Baker Clear Lake Chevrolet sedan George Kimble Clear Lake Chev rolet pickup Mason City GlobeGazette City Chevrolet coach Hazel Coon Central school Chev rolet coach E K Howe City Plymouth se dan Edith M May 127 West State street Ford coupe Joe Claire 610 Delaware avenue northeast Ford coupe Clear Lake bakery Clear Lake Chevrolet truck D C Zimmerman 27 Second street southeast Pontiac coach Mrs Leon Kaufman 1627 North Federal avenue Hupmobile sedan Max and Leo Wood RFD Mason City Lafayette sedan Rolf B Rasmuson Weir building j Lafayette coach Alelvin Baaken Clear Lake Chevrolet coach Julius N Cutler 23 Oak drive Plymouthsedan Sam M Hall Clear Lake Chev rolet sedan John H Martin 131 Crescent drive Hudson sedan M A Marsden 1452 North Fed eral avenue Dodge Sedan W R Baxter 223 West State street Plymonth coupe J H Gaynor 16S6 North Fed eral avenue Plymouth sedan Charles M Pearce 411 First street northeast Graham sedan E F Meyer 155 Fourteenth street northwest Pontiac sedan Firestone Auto Supply and Ser vice store City Ford pickup George C Ecklmrdt First Na tional Bank building Ford coach Hazel G Heneman 1214 Adams avenue northwest Ford coach William H Fredericks 202 First street southeast Ford coach Alice Matuza 21 Rock Glen Ford coupe Equitable Life Assurance society City Ford coach Bankers Life company City Chevrolet coach Donald E Bruce 65 Beaumont drive Ford coupe Passaic police are required here after to go to church It should be a novelty to traffic cops to hear that kind of language used in an other News In some of the LatinAmerican re publics the natives are so capricious and changeable their presidents have to run both before and after their elections New Orleans States Mrs Roosevelt says Mr Roosevelt likes hot dogs and toasted cheese but if we were president those would be amongthe things wed prefer to have our secretary digest Herald FOREIGN NEWS HAS SPOTLIGHT Cubas Ousting of American Liberals Feature of Past Week NEWS OF THE WEEK CUBA OUSTS LIBERALS TAXES AND UTILITIES ETHIOPIA IN APPEAL TWO SLAYERS CONFESS By DEVON FRANCIS Associated Press Staff Writer Fifteen American liberals in cluding the young playwright Clif ford Odets gained the headlines this week when they went to Cuba to investigate conditions in the island republic Cuba chose not to be investigated and the visitors promptly found themselves aboard an outbound ship Terrorist rule was their description of the gov ernment there They promised to return Official Washington was caught in a crossfire of tax and utility legislation Hard on the heels of the supreme courts NRA decision was the passage by a recalcitrant house of its own public utility regulation bill rejecting the Rooseveltian death sentence clause which i would have folded up all saiy holding companies by 1942 I Investigate Lobbying A move was put afoot to investi gate lobbying activities in con nection with the utility legislation An administration spokesman was charged by a former republican of Maine with a coercive attempt to control his vote The president tightened his battle lines for his increased tax levies on wealth as old line republicans and young progressives subjected the plan to bombardment John L Lew president of the United Mine Workers called off a projected na tionwide strike of soft coal miners a month of renewed parleys ensues The treasury deficit for the fiscal year ended June 30 was fixed at three billion dollars less than the administration said it anticipated Appeals to U S European Affairs The first siz able engagement between Italian and Ethiopian forces was reported without confirmation from Addis Ababa Emperor Haile Selassie reit erating his country would fight to the end to remain independent ap pealed to the United States to find some means to make Italy observe her obligations under the KcJJosg pact Rome said No to peace ovr ertures of Capt Anthony Eden Britains roving ambassador and some members of parliament spanked Eden for what it termed his presumptuousness Moscow moved to end abuse of the easy soviet di vorce laws The Australian cabinet voted to restore the Hapsburgs1 properties seized 16 years ago Asia Moscow warned Tokio al leged violations of soviet frontiers must stop charging Nippon has de signs on soviet islands in the Amur river Troubled China saw Chinese police and loyal soldiers smash suc cessfully at mutinous soldiers in the Tungchow region Admits Trunk Murder Crime Merton Ward Goodrich 27 stoopshouldered former inmate of a mental asylum confessed to the trunk slaying of 11 year old Lil lian Gallaher Detroit last Septem ber William Schweitzer alias Wil liam Ferris smalltime gambler confessed hs slew Howard Carter Dickinson attorney and nephew of Chief Justice Hughes at Detroit loot 5150 Sports Maxie Baer exring clown exchampion married Mary Ellen Sullivan dietitian Donald Budge California youngster bowed out of the Wimbledon alltennis championships before the stroking of Gottfried von Cramm Andre Citroen Dies Died Andre Gustave Citroen the Ford of France Leopold Woelf ling former Archduke of Austria Engaged Jose Laval daughter of former Premier Laval of France to Count Rene de Chambrun whose mother is a sister of the late Nich olas Longworth Odds and Ends Americas July t celebration cost more than 200 lives Prof Albert Einstein opined matter is only space in a peculiar form Burr Ansell Washington at torney swung his fist at Huey Longs chin he missed In Warsaw were born the Czarkowski quad rupletes DINE AT The New Highway Eat Shoppe WEST STATE AT WASHINGTON ST SPECIAL SUNDAY MENU Baked Chicken with Sage Dressing Mashed Potatoes and Gravy Buttered Green Beans Hollywood Salad Strawberry Sundae Choice of Drink Baked Ham Potato Salad Buttered Green Beans Spiced Tomatoes Rolls Choice of Drink Strawberry Sundae STARTING NEXT WEEK WE WILL SERVE DAILY AFTERNOON SPECIALS WE ARE OPEN FROM 6 A M TO 12 P M DAILY AND FROM 8 A M TO 12 P M SUNDAYS   

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