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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 24, 1935, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JULY 24 1935 IRISH RELIGIOUS STRIFE SPREADS Dock Workers Demand That Protestant Workers in Galway Be Fired GALWAY Irisn Free State July 24 religious strife spread to the west today as dock workers demanded all Protestant workers in Galway be dismissed in retaliation for Belfast antiCatholic disturbances Workers in several Galway fac tories walked out in protest against employment of Protestants There was a clash at one factory between strikers and workers who refused to join them Police dis persed the fighters with swinging batons Fifty extra guards arrived from Dublin to assist in the event of an emergency A number of Catholic church leaders in the Irish Free State joined in condemning the attacks on Protestants in the Limerick dis trict and other parts of southern Ireland In the north where the conflict arose from the celebration 12 days ago by the Protestant Orangemen of the anniversary of the battle of the Boyne the antiCatholic out breaks were reported to be dimin ishing At Belfast Lord Chief Justice Sir William Moore told a grand jury that severe punishment should be dealt out to those responsible for the rioting there that has led to nine deaths only as a laboratry reagent It used to sell for about a pound but since discovery of producing it from the corncob it now can be pur chased in carload lots for about 9 cents a pound Mixed with certain compounds it becomes a substance something like the material used in making hard rubbery trays frequently used in cafeterias It can be molded easily however and thus comes out in the form of the innumerable products now made of hard rubber Used as Engine Fuel Dr F B La Forge of the bureau of chemistry reported successful use of furfural as a fuel in an automo bile engine Future possibilities still lie ahead the scientists believe Fast dyes now made from coal tar may some day come from lignin the stuff that holds the cob and plant material in general together and makes it rigid Cellulose found in corncobs may be spun into exquisite textiles Car bon acetic acid ethyl alcohol and other chemicals are imprisoned in the corncob waiting for the time when it will be commercially worth j while to use them GERMANY PUSHES UNITY CAMPAIGN Continued From Fuse 1 nationalists never merged with the accredited formations of the nazi party whereas the Steel Helmets did merge From Erfurt word reached the capital that despite Seldtes visit to Hitler the local authorities for bade the Erfurt Steel Helmet or ganization to meet or wear distinc live garb or badges Jews still bore the brunt of the nazi drive against reactionaries Hush AntiCatholic Drive The press hastened to put the antiCatholic campaign here into the background printing lengthy accounts of the religious riots in Ireland and referring to bloody events on Green Island The public baths at Schweinfurth were reported closed to Jews Two more Jews were reported arrested on charges of immorality In nazi eyes antiSemitic laws became a must part of legisla tion projected for the near future IOWANS ACTIVE j IN WASHINGTON Continued From Page 1 furfural an aromatic liquid about onesixth heavier than water sol uble in 11 parts water nearly col orless when first prepared but darkening on exposure to air and light It can be obtained also from oat hulls bran and other vegetable sub stances but was so costly that 35 years ago only about 50 pounds were used in the United States and then BAKER IS BOUND TO GRAND JURY Former Head of Muscatine Clinic Furnishes Bail Bond of MUSCATINE July 24 ID Norman G Baker was bound over to the grand jury on charges of con spiracy by Justice J C Coster in justice court Tuesday afternoon His bail bond was fixed at which be furnished The September grand jury will investigate the charges A motion by defense counsel to dis miss the action was denied by the court The charge against Baker grew out of his operation of a clinic here at which it is alleged he practiced medicine without a license He was arrested on his return to Iowa recently from Nuevo Laredo Mexico where he operated a radio station Creston Woman Named Cosmetology Examiner DES MOINES July 24 Mrs Mae Haney of Creston today was appointed to the Iowa board of cosmetology examiners for a three year term beginning imme diately BLAME SLIPPERY ROAD FOR CRASH Two Council Bluffs Men Are Killed and Three Hurt in Collision COUNCIL BLUFFS July 24 Pavement made slippery by heavy rain was blamed today by Sheriff Joe Perry for an automobile crash near here in wrhich two men were killed and three others were in jured All were Council Bluffs men starting a trip to Chicago to bring home a convoy of used biles The dead Gerald YudeJson IS Lawrence Chapin 27 The injured Carl Brendt 36 fractured skull condition serious Cloyce Carter fractured skull condition serious Daniel Tague 19 gashes on head and face Their car being driven by Chap in collided with a truck driven by Soren Johanson Oakland Iowa farmer Johanson was uninjured although his truck was hurled over a nearby embankment BOYS TO BECOME SOLDIERS AT 18 Day in Congress By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Senate Takes up omnibus banking bill Lobby investigators question John W Carpenter of the Texas Power and Light company House Debates liquor control bill Military committee renews in vestigation of war department business TUESDAY Senate Passed AAA amendment bill House Considered liquor regulation bill Continued From Fate D of 18 and 21 would be transferred from Sunday mornings to Saturday afternoons beginning in September 500000 in Training General Graziole estimated 500 000 yuuths are receiving this pre liminary training They once were regarded as only potential arms bearers Eventually they would form the military classes of 1915 191B and 1917 The Italian press meanwhile branched out from its lusty attacks on Japan and Great Britain to lengthy explanations that the na tions currency has been strength ened rather than weakened by tem porary suspension of the gold cover age clause After remaining silent on the sus pension decree yesterday the press today hailed the results of the first days effects of the suspension on foreign exchanges as proof that the lira defended itself brilliantly and won Victory Over Speculation H Popolo di Roma after examin ing yesterdays openingand closing exchange rates abroad said Speculation had an opportunity more than rare It was unique And it profited somewhat But the clear ness limpidity and probity of the Italian monetary policy have once again brought victory over specula tion A royal decree published Monday eight in the official gazette sus pended a clause in the stabilization law of 1927 fixing the gold coverage of notes and deposits of the Bank of Italy and authorized the cover age to drop below the legal 40 per cent ARMY RULES IN MEXICAN STATE Federal Government Steps in After Revolution of Peasants MEXICO D F July 24 The federal government stepped firmly today into a peasant uprising which caused the apparent downfall of Tomas Garrido Canabal dictator of the state of Tabasco and threat ened to overthrow the governor of the state of Taxnaulipas President Lazaro Cardenas direct ed the removal of Garridos gover nor Miguel Lastra and replaced a military commander friendly to Gar rido by one known to be loyal to the federal government Tabasco went under semimilitary control In a sudden turn of the political wheel of fortune Garrido was re ported reliably to be preparing to go into exile abroad and to abandon the southern gulf coast state in which his socialistic program prevailed for eight years The new Tabasco military com mander General Miguel Henriquez announced that steps had been taken to prevent further political agitation in the state and that or der was being maintained by the federal forces v In Tamaulipas Gov Antonio Vil larreal long unpopular with the peasants was the target of a pop ular uprising which was sweeping nearly the entire state of Neuvo Laredo and Matamoras on the Texas border to Tampico in the south SMALL DOWN PAYMENT EASY MONTHLY TERMS BOOMHOWER HARDWARE 217 NORTH FEDERAL AVE PHONE 142 MADE ELECTRIC CONN Urges CoOperation of Farm and City CHICAGO July 24 ation of farm and city dwellers in community betterment programs were urged by Prof R K Bliss director of Iowa State college agri cultural extension service in a talk before the midwcstern Farm Bureau conference here Mediator Continues Meetings in Effort to Settle Bakery Strike DES MOINES July 24 F Kaufman special mediator in the Des Moines bakery strike today contin ued a series of separate meetings with strikers and owners despite announcement by baking plant op erators that there can be no ne gotiation on the closed shop ques tion George Comfort attorney for the Master Bakers association said op erators of the six plants closed by the walkout July 12 of 250 union bakers and drivers are ready to meet union leaders for negotiation on any question except the closed shop J C Lewis president of the Iowa Federation of Labor said we are now optimistic about the situation because of the way Mr Kaufman is going about it Lewis cancelled a mass meeting scheduled last night outside the Colonial Banking com pany plant He said the meeting was called off to prevent anything that might delay conciliation Stove Explosion Cause of Flames at Plymouth PLYMOUTH July broke out in the Frank Faltisek home early Tuesday when a kero sene stove exploded The stove and a few articles of furniture were des troyed Otherwise little damage was done The son Paul was slightly burned when he carried the blaring stove from the kitchen TRY TO REMOVE BODY OF VICTIM Ruins Cool After Explosion and Fire in Distillery at Peoria PEORIA HI July 24 ruins cooled workmen today sought to extricate the body of John Bar don 38 the single victim of an ex plosion and fire at the Hiram Wal ker distillery here Bardons body was found last night by searchers directed by his brother Charles but salvage work ers were unable to extract it from beneath the charred werckage of a rackhouse where the blaze started Officials of the company and au thorities continued investigations as to the cause of the fire which caused damage in build ings and whisky destroyed A broken joist in rackhouse No 3 was one possible cause they said Four of those injured in the con flagration were still in hospitals but attendants said they were ex pected to recover Gladiolus Exhibition Will Be at Waterloo WATERLOO July 24 annual exhibition of the Iowa Glad iolus society will be held at Water loo Bulb farms two miles south east of Waterloo on highway 213 on August 16 17 and 18 The amateur exhibitor winning the most points at the show will be presented a lov ing cup donated by the Waterloo Courier The winner will keep the cup until the following July when it will be returned for reward at the next show Butler County Canning Contest Is Scheduled ALLISON July Art Bell of Allison was appointed chair man of the canning contest to be held early next month Mrs Bell has selected Mrs Dan Lindaman Allison Mrs John Martin Clarks vilie Mrs Harry Wilder Allison and Mrs Grace Woodley Allison as her assistants The canning con test is a contest for all farm women in Butler county THOMPSON MAY NOT TAKE STAND Selection of Jury for Trial in Girl Slaying Moves on Slowly PEORIA 111 July 24 Thurman attorney for Gerald Thompson indicated today that the young defendant might not appear on the witness stand during his trial for the slaying of Mildred Hallmark 19 As the selection of a jury moved forward slowly Thurman altered his routine examination of prospec tive jurors late yesterday to ask if they would be influenced against Thompson if he failed to testify You realize the law does not compel the defendant to testify he queried You would not allow the fact that he failed to testify to influence you against him In the first two days of the trial only four jurors were accepted Nearly half the original venire of 132 persons passed through the box Monday and yesterday Thompson is charged with killing Miss Hallmark after taking her in his automobile to a cemetery and assaulting her Her body was found June 17 in a ditch badly beaten Can 141 Quarts In 2 Days LUVERNE July Roy Guy with the assistance of her sis ter Mrs Ruth Clement of Algona canned 141 quarts of vegetables in 2 days The supply included carrots peas string beans beets and Swiss chard all gathered from the Guy gardens The women used the cold pack method VIRGIN ISLANDS DEAL DISCLOSED Contlnurd From J in a campaign against the measure AAA Fight Seen Another investigating committee obtained a positive assertion from a witness that Joseph Silverman Jr dealer in surplus army supplies had furnished expense money to Frank Speicher while the latter was being sought for a grand jury Speicher has been described as the represen tative of a tire company which sought army contracts Meanwhile the AAA amendment bill designed to broaden the Roose velt crop control program and pro tect it against certain legal attacks headed toward a new struggle in conference There were indications that the house which passed the bill prev iously would fight for some provi sions eliminated by the senate be fore it approved the measure yester day Truck Driver Killed in Headon Collision With Another Truck CARROLL July 24 Eberhart Atlantic Colonial Baking company truck driver was killed Tuesday when his truck collided headon with one driven by Harry Kunecke a mile east of here Kunecke who suffered only slight cuts and bruises said Eberhart ap parently fell asleep while driving for the bread truck gradually moved across the pavement to the left side of the road Kunecke said he drove clear out on the shoulder but could not get out of the path of the on coming bread truck PROPOSALS FOR SPENDING MADE Work Relief Planned in New York City if President Gives Approval WASHINGTON July 24 Recommendations on how to spend another quarter billion dollar chunk of the work relief fund have been made to President Roosevelt by his works allotment board If the president approves 462893 of the money will be spent for work relief in New York City which has a great pool of unem ployed Details of these projects have not yet been announced Among other spending recom mended by the allotment board yes terday were to be spent in 13 states for recla mation for census bur eau studies of business enterprise and retail trade and for an index of the 1900 census to be used in connection with the old age pension program The reclamation sums listed in cluded for the Fort Peck dam in Montana and for the Conchas dam in New Mexico New Plan of Relief NEW YORK July 24 city plans to take all the heretofore wasted writing talent and lay it end to end in a sparkling directory of points of interest Its a relief pro ject for unemployed authors Teddy only swung a big stick Our dazed congress begins to suspect that Franklin picked up the The Detroit News THE CAR that has WON AMERICA The Ford V8 for 1935 has been an outstanding success not because of anything we have said about it but because of what owners have said about it At Country Clubs In Pullman Cars In Air planes In Living Rooms At filling stations and on the streets And all these comments tend to fall under four heads one The New V8 rides like a two Its smartly costs less to run and four It performs like nobodys business AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERS Convenient service at Ford dealeroperated quick service stations in your neighborhood H o i Jisideor t 5 tlla f cnn for bass anj P ce f The New AND UFO60EROIT Standard group ineluctteg bumpers cmd spore See ex tra fosy tefroi through Unlvwsa Credit Go j
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