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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 20, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JULY 20 1935 GUARD ROADS TO WORRELL PLANT More Than 50 Persons Hurt in Fridays Rioting at Sioux Falls SIOUX FALLS S Dak July 20 employes of the John Morrell and company today guard ed all roads to the packing plant scene of disorder yesterday that brought injury to more than SO per sons In a riot that lasted only a short time strikers fought with non striking workmen who sought to penetrate picket lines about the plant Leaders of the strikers informed a police escort would be provided today for workers desiring to en ter the plant declared no effort would be made to halt them We dont want to stop anyone from working who wants to work said J P McCoy adviser of the in ternational union of the butchers organization but we certainly dont intend to have any strike breakers about Scenes in Tram Rioting at Council Bluffs Daily Press Photo SEEK RESTRAINT ON U S COURTS Contlntifd From race 1 Brandeis and Cardozo concurring as in the NRA case Direct Challenge Hence President Roosevelts rec ommendation that the Guffey coal bill be passed whether constitu tional or not is interpreted as a direct challenge The implication was plain that the presidents plan is to give plenty of rope to the nine old men to hang themselves furnish them with so many acts of congress to nullify that their bench will make itself overwhelmingly unpopular It is a plaa which might or might not on public psy chology The new deal versus the U S supreme court It seems to be the next campaign issue It is a reason also for rushing through as much new deal legisla tion as possible as rapidly as pos sible Will Not Have Time If it is delayed the federal courts will not have time to pass on it be fore next election day New stulf will not have time to get to the su preme court anyway but it will have time to be ruled on by district and circuit and appeal the supreme courts attitude will be guessed at It will be guessed at generally as against the new clear ly is indicated by the NRA decision The new deal would nave won against the supreme court a year or two ago That it can do so next yeas is problematic It will if business has improved sufficiently otherwise it is doubt ful It does not necessarily mean that President Roosevelt will be beaten for reelection in 1936 if the su preme court is upheld He may win on his and his opponents lack of one The new deal can be beaten and he can be lapse into a simply ordinary president An angry mob of strikers and strike sympathizers overturned and burned this automobile belonging to tt R Inman in Council Bluffs Friday morning after Inman had shot and wounded a strikuiir oper ator Tho mob refused to allow firemen to pitingulsh the blaze GUARD AGAINST MORE TROUBLE Large Police Reinforcement Pressed Into Service in Paris PARIS July 20 po lice reinforcements were presse into service today in the govern ments effortto smother any recur rence or continuation of workers riotous demonstrations of protes against Premier Lavals widespreai economy pay cuts Thousands of war veterans anc railroad and government employe who jammed the Place de 1Opera with cries of hang Laval and chants of the Internationale con tinued their demonstrations and fighting throughout the night in de fiance of the government order which expressly forbade such man festations Despite the order the police dis played a minimum of activity The mobile guards and the mounted re publican guards were equally re strained the government apparent ly preferred to regard the demon stration as a safety valve outlet for its critics emotions Workers at Brest broke through police lines They were allowed to parade and sing the Internationale peaceably Impending strikes among some groups of the workers mord in the capital ACTION FOR LIBEL FILED Continued From Vnge 1 in court We may have to summon Governor Herring as a witness and one or two others but not many Our defense will not be intricate OT extensive Meanwhile we do not propose to be diverted from our main objective which is the elimi nation of official corruption in this state Our attorneys will have to handle this libel suit as we keep busy on the trail of those who have betrayed the people who put them in public office First Training School for Homeless Youths in Nation Is Opened CLYDE Cal July 20 irst training school in the nation or homeless youths between the ges of 16 and 21 part of President Roosevelts youth rehabilitation pro ram was opened here today Recruited from the federal tran ent shelters throughout California 55 cadets joined with prominent ay district citizens and state and deral officials in the dedicatory rogram ICKES HOPS INTO POWER STRUGGLE Holds Some Central Source Cause of Attempts to Block PWA Jobs WASHINGTON July 20 Jumping into the power fight Sec retary Ickes declared today that some central source is respon sible for the many widely separated legal attempts to block municipal power projects financed by PWA money Declaring that private utility Eirms are making a concerted at lack he referred in a statement to attempt to enjoin 22 of the 31 municipal power projects in which PWA has lent a helping hand The public works chiefs declara ion was the latest move in the pgantic struggle being waged over the power issue He declared that in virtually every case the Jan in the legal documents pre sent against the municipal plants is similar insofar as questions of constitutionality are concerned In some instances he said it is identical Henry T Hunt PWA general counsel said similarity of language indicated the utilities arguments were drafted on forms or instruc tions emanating from some central TEMPORARY PLAN GIVEN BY MAYOR Tram Company Is Asked t Restore 35 Strikers to Work COUNCIL BLUFFS July 20 Up Hugh Finerty today of fered a temporary plan to forestal further tram strike rioting here Six persons were hurt in three out breaks yesterday and Thursday night Finerty asked the Omaha and Council Bluffs Street Railway com pany to restore the 35 Council Bluffs strikers to work with seniority as of April 20 the day the strike be gan The arrangement would be temporary pending a final deter mination of the controversy All was quiet today in both Omaha and Council Bluffs strike zones SEEKING TO MAKE CONTRACTS SECURE Continued From Fnge 1 the drive against the yet unwritten Roosevelt tax measure The senate lobby committee will continue next week to hear testi mony concerning the fight against the clause in utility bill calling for the abolition of unnecessary hold ing companies A lawyer for the As sociated Gas and Electric company yesterday acknowledged that 000 spent by his company eventually would come from pockets of stock holders or consumers Concerted Attack Secretary Ickes joined the cast on the power fight stage with a state ment that some central source is responsible for the widely scattered legal attempts against the PWA fi nanced municipal power projects He said private utility companies are making a concerted attack Administration forces suffering a partial setback in the attempt to bar certain suits against the gov ernment pushed ahead with their program The senate banking committee appears almost evenly divided on the presidents recommendation for legislation to prohibit suits in the gold clause cases The president at a press conference declared every nation exercises the right of sov ereignty to determine whether it THE TUTTS By YOUNG Judge Considers Writ to Restrain Lamoni From Building Plant DES MOINES July 20 Federal Judge Charles A Dewey considered today application of the Iowa Southern Utilities company for a temporary order restraining Lamoni from construction of a municipal light plant Attorneys for the utility and the town submitted written briefs yes terday The utility company in June ob tained a temporary order from federal court preventing the town from issuing revenue bonds to se cure a PWA loan obtained to fin ance the plant Chauffeur Killed in CarTruck Collision SIOUX CITY July 20 LathalWhite 30 Negro chauffeur for a Kansas Cily Mo couple was killed when the car he was driving collided near Oakland Nebr with a truck driven by Mack Williams of Sioux City Williams and the Kansas City couple Mr and Mrs Charles Taylor escaped injury SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER This Tempting Menu Chicken Soup with Home Made Noodles or Fruit Cocktail Olives Fried Spring Chicken Spiced Apple Pickle New Potatoes in Parsley Butter Spring Salad French Dressing Shamrock Rolls and Butter Fresh Peach Shortcake with Whipped Cream Choice of Drink ORDERS FOR CHILDREN Jefferson Coffee Shop at the BUS depot Seiiday at Local Churches V THE GOLDEN TEXT Philippians looking each of you to his own things but each of you also to the things of others CATHOLIC St at 6 8 and 10 a m The Rt Rev P S OCon nor pastor the Rev James K Cas sidy assistant Holy Family Second street northwest Sunday masses at 7 and a Rev R P Murphy the Rev A J Bohrer assistant Lehigh Catholic every Sunday at a m Confes sions before mass Catechism 15 minutes after Rev John Canals CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist and Third street services 11 a m subject Life Sunday school a m Wednesday evening tes timonial meeting p m Read ing hoom east end of church Week days 11 a m to o p m CHURCH OF CHRIST school Com munion service and preachinj Sermon Your Child a Shel ton or a Dillinger Which Eve ning worship union service at East Park the Rev F E Freligh speaking Tuesday evening 8 oclock meeting of Missionary Cir cle Mrs James Blythe speaker Wednesday evening prayer meeting CONGREGATIONAL Sunday school morning worship Choral numbers by the summer choir under the di rection of Mrs F M Humphrey will include The Sabbath Dawns With Welcome Rest by Abt Mrs Dorothy Weston and Frank Pool will sing a duet They Shall Hun ger No More from The Holy City by Gaul The pastor will preach on That Which I Have There will be no evening Alexander Sidney Carlson minister EPISCOPAL St Sunday after Trinity 8 a m Morning prayer service conducted by lay readers of the church Tuesday p m regular meeting of Boy Scout troop 35 in the MacNider memorial par ish Nelson pariah secretary LUTHERAN fourth and Fifth streets on North Delaware 9 a m Graded Sunday school and Bible classes 10 a m English serv ice 11 a m German service The pastor will preach on How God Manifested His Glory at the Calling of Moses according Exodus 3 115 On Wednesday July 31 the Ladies aid division 2 will give an ice cream social on the church lawn and in the church A Hinz pastor East State street es Connecticut The Fifth Sunday After Trinity Anniversary Sunday a m The church school 11 a m Divine worship Sermon theme The Way Shown of Life by the Rev A B Learner D D of Hunt ington W Va Prelude Largo Handel aBthem Christian the Morn Breaks Sweetly Oer Thee Shelley offertory solo Eye Hath Not Seen from the Holy City Gaul Mrs F E Reishus Fostlnde Festi val March Kroeger p ra Services at East Park Tues day p m The mothers league at the church Wednesday p m the Ladies Guild at the church H Kampen pas tor Fifth street and Jersey avenue southeast Sun day school at 10 Morning worship at 11 Sermon by the Rev 0 Mall Special music Thursday July 25 the Dorcas Aid will meet in the church parlor at Thursday eve ning the Luther league will meet in the church parlor at 8 oclock B T Erholm 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 Text First Peter 3 815 An ice cream so cial will be given Friday evening on the church lawn by the Brother E G Mall pastor Pennsylvania ave nue southeast Early service 9 s m Prelude Maxine Carman Lucille Gravjie Solo Hark tie Voice of Jesus Crying Mrs O L N Wig dahl Sermon Launch Out into the Deep Luke Sunday school and Bible classes 10 a m J C Od den superintendent Morning wor ship 11 a m Prelude Mrs J O Gilbertson Duet Hark the Voice of Jesus Crying Mrs Russell Thompson andMrs 0 L N Wig dahl Sermon Launching Out into the Deep Luke L N Wigdahl pastor North Delaware avenue northeast Early service 8 a m Processional hymn Holyi Holy Holy by Junior choir Song For the Beauty of the Earth Ju nior choir solo Hark the Voice of Jesus Crying Mrs O L N Wig dahl Sermon Launch Out Into the Deep Luke song Suffer the Little Children to Come Unto Me Junior choir Sunday school 9 a m C 0 Quam superintendent Junior choir rehearsal Thursday at 7 p L N Wigdahl pastor METHODIST church school morning worship Prelude Calm as the Night Bohm Arr by Gaul Solo How Beautiful Upon the Mountain Harker Mrs C G Maudsley Offertory solo Like as the Hart John A West Mrs Maudsley Sermon subject The Positive Gospel the Rev D George Davics postlude Gounod Mrs Bertha Patchen Union Services in East Park Rev Walter H Kampen of Central Luthern church will preach Epworth League Institute at Clear Lake July 2228 Friday 1 oclock division No 4 of the Ladies aid will meet at the J J Clark cottage at Clear Lake for a covered dish luncheon Sixth street southwest Sunday school at Morning worship at Evening services at The young people will meet in the intermediate room Mens prayer meeting Tuesday evening in the H C Bailey home on 319 Sec ond street southwest The annual Sunday school picnic will be held at East park Wednesday beginning at All those having no means of conveyance are requested to be at the church at Church prayer meeting Thursday evening at Young peoples meeting Friday eve W Schmidt minister a m church school C K Kinney superintendent 11 a m morning worship Sermon theme How Do You Think of Sell Special music Mrs Leon H Wood ward director and accompanist p m union church service at East park Fourth quarterly confer ence Thursday 8 p m Dr J A Young district superintendent will conduct the business session Re ports for the year from all depart ments of the church will be given Members of the church and congre gation have been invited I 0 0 F Home 2 p m Sunday school 3 p m church Gaibreth minister PRESBYTERIAN L Dibble will preach at the morning service at 11 oclock Sunday school at oclock MISCELLANEOUS Alliance Gospel Delaware avenue day school at morning wor ship at the sermon being based upon the one hundred seventh Psalm young peoples meeting at Mrs Freligh continuing her series of talks on consecration eve ning service the subject of the message being Whither Bound The public prayer meeting is Tues day evening and the womens mis sionary prayer meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Os car Long Street meetings will be held as usual Wednesday and Sat urday evenings The summer vaca tion Bible school begins Monday and will last two weeks with young women in charge who have had training at the St Paul Bible school P E Freligh minister Church of the West State street Sunday Bible school a m morning worship 11 a m junior meeting p m young peoples meeting 7 p m evangelistic service p in mid1 week prayer meeting 8 p D Fritzlan pastor Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day room Y M C school 10 a m preaching 11 a m El ders H H Sevy and 0 B Snug gins in charge shall be sued Watch For Sign Chairman Nye RN Dak re vealed that 20 agents of the senate munitions investigation are watch ing for any sign that American armaments firms are doing busi ness with the potential belligerents Italy and Ethiopia The agents under Stephen Raush enbush also have been directed to watch for any possible American banking connections with the two nations President Roosevelt was away from the capital cruising on Ches apeake bay in yacht Sequoia the government ABLE BODIED MEN SENT TO HARVEST Continued From Page 1 milled that they were unwilling to work for less than 40 cents an hour paid on work relief projects We cant take very seriously your requests for relief when you refuse work that is offered to you If you get full time work for a few weeks you may be sure that your reapplication for relief at a later date will be promptly considered Counties which have already sus pended work relief include Winne bago Union Page Washington Chickasaw Floyd Humboldt Wright Benton Wayne Clay Keo kuk Calhoun Harrison and Adair 7452 NEEDED IN STATES BUSINESS Continued From 1ase 1 aries paid for May 1935 totaled 536324663 The total in 1932 was 531598338 The difference or 26325 is less than the increases of occasioned by the added duties in the liquor old age assist ance and board of assessment and review divisions alone The downward trend in public salaries from 1932 to 1935 also is pictured in the averages for the two years These averages do not include figures from all board of education institutions such as the University of Iowa and Iowa State college Minus this division the av erage state employ in 1932 drew 510243 a month In May 1935 it was a month The average is pulled down consistently in both cases by the salaries of board of control employes who often receive board and room as part of their compensation The average for the 15 board of control institutions was 56425 in 1932 In May this year it was 55986 Falls Down Well With Stick of Dynamite ABERDEEN Wash July 20 Pi a stick of dynamite D Hutchinson descended into a well he was digging Suddenly the rope snapped and down he hurtled He landed on the dynamite with such force it exploded but he escaped with minor injuries Mrs Cunningham of Des Moines Elected SEATTLE Wash July 20 Mrs Rose E Cunningham Des Moines educator defeated Dr Min nie Moffctt Dallas Texas to win the second vice presidency of the National Federation of Business and Professional Womens clubs ROTEST DECREE AGAINST CHURCH apal Nuncios Step Follows Swift Series of Moves by Nazis BERLIN July 20 Catholic circles were informed to day that the papal nuncio Cesare Orsemgo had presented a note Charles City News from the Vatican ment protesting to the govern the decree of Thursday suppressing political Catholicism1 The nuncios step followed a swift series of decrees and acts aimed at absolute domination of Germany by which nazidom harassed with in creasing force Catholics Jews and war veterans A Stettin police official out lawed the confessional in Catholic youth groups Participation by a priest he ruled exposed the young people to counsel detrimental to the nazi state Newspapers Suppresed Catholic newspapers were con fiscated and suppressed The governor of Baden issued a police order against Jews trying to martyr themselves in the eyes of he world He accused the Jews of instiga ing outbreaks to obtain world sympathy and ordered members of he National Socialist party to sup press the demonstrations or suffer expulsion Foes of Nazi State Rcichsfuehrer Hitler added reac tionaries as represented by the steel helmets to race and religion as foes of the nazi state with the dissolution of divisions of that or ganization in Thuringia and parts of Silesia In the racial question naziiara has met with scant opposition But the church is fighting back with pro tests heard in the Catholic strong holds of Bavaria the Rhineland and Silesia The steel helmets target of repeated charges of subversive ac tivities are uneasy Divorce Is Granted to Couple at Charles City CHARLES CITY July T A Beardmore held court here and at Osage yesterday forenoon Ernest A Raush of Charles City was granted a divorce from Mil dred A Raush on Ihe grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment They were married Nov 23 1927 and sep arated April 15 1935 Two children Maxine a and Franklin 2 were given into the custody of Mr Raush with Ihe underslanding they were to be committeed to the care and supervision of the Lutheran Orph ans home at Waverly until further court order CHAIN TAX TEST FEATURES WEEK Liquor Commissions Aide Proves Himself to Be Able Explainer THE WEEK IN IOWA TEST CHAIN STOKE TAX ASH STANDS AT EACH SIODX CIY MAYOR OUT BKEAD STRIKE GOES ON Charles City Briefs REVISED PLAN FOR CROPS PROPOSED Continued From TflRe 1 equal to or greater than his requir ed base Have seeded to grass an acreage of land equal to his reductions of corn in the event he did not have the full grass base A producer would be required to seed to grass only the number of retired corn acres needed to meet ais grass base requirements Addi tional retired acres could be used for any crop except corn Although the committee recom mended an average corn reduction of 20 per cent the reduction would vary between counties according to he amouunt of reduction necessary to maintain the present level of soil fertility 3efective Rail Joint Said to be Cause of Trolley Car Accident CHICAGO July 20 ery by Coroner Frank J Walsh of what he considered a defective rail joint was advanced by him today as he possible cause of a trolley car accident yesterday which killed one and injured 88 old Everywhere But None for the Workers DENVER July 20 a building crammed to the eaves with gold bars and gold coins the em ployes are going payless Foi five days 200 employes of the United States mint in more gold is stored than anywhere in the waited vainly for their pay checks to arrive The workers were unable to explain the delay CHARLES CITY July J Murphy of the Murphy Sales cor poration Charles City was the speaker at the Lions club Friday noon He has been a livestock auc tioneer for 20 years and came to Charles City from St Paul and Mason City Seven members of the Lions potato club Paul Auringer and County Agent W H Brown were guests of the club Out of town guests were the Rev J P Hicks and C S Wolf both of Los Angeles Cal Prof and Mrs George M Fuller and three children of Ames came to spend the weekend with Prof and Mrs VV H Schrampfer at the Frank Nies home Miss Lorna Togstad left last night for Los Angeles Cal where she will make an indefinite stay The Roy J Sours family return ed home from a three weeks trip to Washington D C and Akron Ohio Mr and Mrs Phillip Bissonette formerly of this city returned to their home in DeKalb 111 after a visit of two weeks in the commun ity Mr and Mrs Frank Jansick are enroute home from a several weeks trip to Oregon Washington and British Columbia Mrs Elmer Stevens and three children and Miss Clara Stevens ol Ann Arbor Mich are visitors it the Ed LaBounty home Mrs Morris Swartz and son Donald returned from a six weeks trip to Washington D C and other points They visited the Mammoth cave on their way home Miss Dorothy Alt of Des Moines came to be bridesmaid at the wed ding of Miss Marian Frederickson and Dr George Folkman Sunday Fred Kollman was elected dele gate and Mrs Lydia Pfundheller was elected alternate to represent the Flood Creek church at the con ference to be held in Cedar Rapids in September Miss Dorothy Lane Trues of Min neapolis is a guest of Miss Barbara Mills Club number two was in charge of the meeting of the Townsend Old Age Pension clubs last evening in the courthouse Riceville Man Given Sentence on Stealing OSAGE July Wagner 20 living near Riceville was sen tenced to six months in the Mitchell counly jail here Friday morning by Judge Beardmore of Charles City for chicken larceny Will Open Clearmont Store DECORAH July Peck employed in the E J Par inan drug store the past seven years leased the former bank build ing in Clermont and will open a drug store Mr Peck is a gradu ate of the Iowa State university Mr Peck is equipping His new store this week and the family ex occts to move to Clerrnont within the next few days By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Last winter chain store compan ies vigorously fought enactment by the Iowa legislature of a state chain store tax bill levying upon both their slore units and their gross re ceipts They lost This week 20 of these companies sought in federal court a tempor ary injunction restraining the state from collecting the tax They won Next Sept iO three federal court judges will open an hearing to decide whether the state shall be enjoined permanently from collecting the ax The chain store companies argue they are being deprived of Iheir conslitutional righls of equal irolection under the law That remains for the court to de cide How to Save Money William Millhaem Iowa liquor ommission secretary is a former newspaperman Perhaps that ex ilains his ability at explaining This is how he explains the pur hase of ash stands by the com mission instead of stands One dollar stands must be emp tied every day stands once a week It takes a janitor four hours month more to care for a stand han a stand Figuring a janitors time at 50 ents an hour the stands save month pay for themselves in hree months make money for the ommission thereafter in janitor time saved Getting the Goods Gov Clyde Herring conferred last April with four men Max Duck worth Woodbury county attorney Henry C Kuhlmann Sioux City saf ety commissioner W D Hayes Sioux City mayor and William R Tice Woodbury county sheriff Verne Marshall Cedar Rapirls Gazette editor says hes got the goods on you boys the governor told them Subsequently the Woodbury county grand jury recommended removal of Duckworth He resigned before his removal hearing opened Kuhlmann Gets Out It recommended removal of Kuhl mann He resigned but not until testimony in his removal hearing had taken five days Last week it recommended re moval of Hayes This week the dis trict court suspended him set Aug 1 for a removal hearing Hayes the grand jury charged knew of graft and vice conditions in Sioux City but made no effort to right them Im innocent and will fight re moval the mayor declared em ploying attorneys Duck and Then Look Mrs Melvin Lumford DCS Moines was feeding her chickens in her backyard Bill Graham was feeding his rabbits in his backyard a block away Graham shot at a marauding cat The shotgun pellets wounded Mrs Lumford in the face and arm Tillie Blacksmith Des Moines was working in the kitchen of her home Workmen were blastin stumps 100 yards away As Miss Blacksmith bent over the stove the workmen set off a blast A piece of the stump soared through the air crashed through the kitchen roof injured Miss Black smiths back Nothing to Lean On If bread is the staff of life six Des Moines bakery plants havent produced anything to lean on fo more than a week Union workman cluster about their doors preventing their opera tion They demand a closed shop which means that the bakeries em ploy only union workmen Operators refuse And thats the way thev were squared off as the bakery strike went into its third week WIFE OF SLAIN MAN RELEASED Woman Denies Knowledge of Who Companions of Her Husband Were DES MOINES July 20 Mrs Laura Black 29 whose hus band was slain in an attempt io escape from a city detective Thurs day night was released by police after extensive questioning The husband Elmer Black alias Ear Markson 35 was shot by De tective Loren Miller Black sought to leap from a car in which Miller was taking him to the police sta tion for questioning on a tin of a holdup plan Miller fired when Black refused to halt A man and took into custody with Black escaped duringthe shooting s Mrs Black who denied know ledge of who her husbands com panions were was arrested yester day at a tourist camp where she and her husband had been livin She said she and Black married sfx years ago at Sioux City and de clared she did not know how Black earned his living   

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