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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 2, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE AUGUST 2 1935 THREE MIDWEST POLICE SEEKING LAMMEY Description Broadcast When Fingerprints on Murder Car Check DBS MOINES Aug 2 eia throughout the midwest today searched for Donald Lammey 20 DCS Moines wanted for questioning in connection with the slaying of John Le Clair Des Moines garage mechanic His description was broadcast throughout Iowa and surrounding states after J S Gladstone state bureau of investigation fingerprint expert reported the fingerprints found on Le Glairs automobile cur responded with Lammeys prints Lammy police said was commit ted to Anamosa reformatory in July 1931 under a 10 year old sentence for car theft and breaking jail He was released last June on parole to Charles Forbes cafe owner here He had worked a short lime for the transfer company which employed Lc Clair following his release Police also said they wished to question Lammey about the disap pearance of a 12 gauge shotgun from his mothers home here The mother told officers she was sure the gun was not taken until Tues day night some 12 hours after the killing although she was not at home at the time Coroner William Carpenter re ported that a check of the shell wadding taken from the wound in Le Clairs head disclosed a 12 gauge gun was used to kill the youth Relative in Rockford ROCKFORD Aug Le Clair who was murdered in Des Moines is a nephew of Bert Gruver section forman here Killed in Crash Belmond and Dougherty Will Play This Sunday DOUGHERTY Aug Dougherty baseball team which de feated St Ansgar 7 to 6 in 11 in nings last Sunday will play Bel mond at Dougherty Sunday FOAM CREAMY F O AM Just dip your nose JD the rich white cuff on a glass of Schmidts City Club notice how rich and creamy it the mellow flavor of the golden brew Its dif ferent because it is made from the finest hops the best barley malt and the purest artesian well water Try a glass know youll come back for more 1ACOB SCHMIDT BREWING CO Prince Alexis one of the mar rying Mdivani brothers former husband of Barbara Hutton Woolworlh fortune heiress was killed in an automobile accident in Spain GRANTS PACKERS TEMPORARY WRIT Judge Issues Injunction to Prevent Collection of Processing Taxes CHICAGO Aug 2 major meat packing companies Thursday were granted a tempor ary injunction restraining the gov ernment from collecting approxi mately in overdue fed eral processing taxes on pork Judge John P Barnes granted the preliminary injunction at the close of a hearing in federal district court I do not think this is a tax as sessable under either the interstate commerce or taxation powers of congress Judge Barnes said I believe it to be a violation of the fifth amendment to the constitu tion as a deprivation of property The packers including Swift and company and Armour company started suit last Monday to avoid payment of the taxes WEATHER IS NOT LEADING TROUBLE Continued From rnce 1 the administration deem PRINCE ALEXIS KILLED IN CRASH Continued From InKe 1 painter he had another sister the wife of Charles Huberich Fans lawyer Alexis Mdivani was married first to Louise Astor Van Alen a de scendant of John Jacob Astor at Newport Villa May 15 1931 They were divorced a few months later Divorced at Reno His second marriage was to Bar bara Hutton at a civil ceremony in Paris June 20 1933 They were di vorced at Reno Nevada May 13 1935 When Miss Hutton was married to Mdivani she retained full control of her fortune of approximately 42000000 but it was reported that she gave as a weddingpresent to her bridegroom a set of pearl shirt studs a string of polo ponies 51 000000 and a trust fund that paid him a year Brothers Plan to Leave LOS ANGELES Aug 2 David and Serge Mdivani elder brothers of Prince Alexis Mdivani fatally injured in an auto wreck in Spain today planned to leave with out delay for Barcelona This was the announcement of Prince David who with Serge is interested in oil holdings in south ern California to riors are needed too she said day If the women will not follow me 1 will lead the soldiers of my father vho include the heroes of AUua Scores Volunteer Scores of women volunteered to replace men at printing plants and ether posts to permit the men to proceed to the front Mass recruiting proceeded with that open con flict with Italy was nesieging the recruiting stations erected quickly after Emperor Haile Selassie and tribal chieftains concluded i secret two day council Senate Motor Vehicle Carrier Measure Gets Approval From House WASHINGTON Auj The house has passed 2 Wi the senate approved administration bill to reg ulate motor vehicle carriers Urged for enactment this session the measure puts both common and contract bus and truck carriers un der interstate commerce commission control Trucks handling agricultural products fish or newspapers are ex cluded as arc private carriers school buses and the like The standing vote was announced as 193 to IS No record vote was taken POLICE ARREST BAUER SUSPECT ConUnucd rrwm Itige 1 led to the capture of his MASON CITY BOTTLING CO Phones Distributor which son Brother Walks In Zenges brother Leighton 24 walked into the criminal courts building a few minutes after his brothers arrest had been an nounced Told his brother was in custody he said Oh my God Is my father here I want to see them right away He was told he would have to wait until the investigators com pleted their questioning Detectives in the meantime had returned the elder Zenge to his ho tel room They said he told them he would engage an attorney to defend his son Leighton Zenge was accompan ied by C V Staggs of Canton Mo cousin by marriage which vital This necessitated the appointment of a committee of members of both houses to effect a compromise One was appointed and met Such meetings are supposed to be secret However in the present instance Senator Burton K Wheeler the administration measures fore most proponent asked for the pres ence of an expert noncongression al spokesman or two for the admin istration Representative George Huddleston one of the foremost opponents of the administration plan replied that he had no objec tion on condition that his side have an expert or two in attendance also State of Insurrection Wheeler would not consent then neither would Huddicstoti The senatorial group fairly ame nable to white house influence supported Wheeler A majority of the representatorial group in a bad state of insurrection supported Huddleston Mad as a hornet Senator Wheeler who had no reelection campaign on his hands next year threatened to avail himself of his leisure to go all the way down from his home state of Montana to Representative Hud dlcstons Alabama district to fight the latters 1936 reelection Hud dleston said he would be glad to have him do so implying that he would consider the opposition of Wheeler and the administration as an asset In short here was so touchy and temperamental a conference com mittee that it could not begin con ferring Case Unassailable Parenthetically it appears to me that Congressman Huddlestons case was I like Senator Wheeler Anyway the administration as everyone is aware was elected as a democratic administration Senator Wheeler was elected as a democrat Congressman Huddlescon has served 20 years in the house of rep resentatives as a democrat The liouse upholding Huddleston is overwhelmingly democratic The senate upholding Wheeler is democratic likewise Does this suggest a party split Oh by no means It is the stifling Washington sum mer weather Yeah the heck it is 20000 LESS NOW ON RELIEF ROLLS Continued From 1aKC t 1934 and seed corn and soybean cases began in May 1935 1933 Cases Jan 38771 Feb 43709 March 54987 April 59709 May 56469 June 44774 July 40508 Aug 38998 GERMANY GETS REGRETS OF US Note on Flag Incident Says New York Police Did Their Best WASHINGTON Aug 2 The United States last night officially expressed regret at the unfortun ate incident in which the nazi flag was torn from the steamship Brem en in New York harbor last Friday night and thrown into the Hudson river The governments position was stated n a note delivered by Wil liam Phillips acting secretary of state to Dr Rudolph Leitner the German charge daffaires While regretting that the German flag had not received that respect to which it was entitled Phillips note added that the incident which actually occurred was in no sense due to neglect on the part of Amer ican authorities The note represented the govern ments reply to a protest from the German government received on July 29 It inclosed a comprehensive report from the New York police de partment which upheld the Ameri can governments claim that New York police had taken every possible precaution to prevent disturbance when the Bremen sailed Congress has its own ideas about the constitution but it doesnt seem to have any luck when it comes to telling it to the Wichita Eagle Sept Oct Nov Dec Mo 38758 352fa2 38849 23856 Cost 6S4037 869794 952386 931469 558183 522194 531027 544307 581418 579895 298413 1934 Cases Cost 22385 333098 456638 636610 S21524 963111 1102359 1114523 1122487 1237593 24712 34414 46469 47688 53893 56423 55674 52942 53796 56765 62664 1935 Cases 67037 66532 66330 61851 56169 47209 Cost 1701420 1757932 1537295 1401038 1312624 1608649 43096 47319 for Cool tnergj for y that a weather lored e tor greatest dCoStSnoth everofferc phiUipshase ing extra Why not try at IT PAYS TO USE THE GLOBEGAZETTE WANT ADS There are no swear words in the Indian language They dont need them as vary few Indians play News MADAM YOU WERE RIGHT TWEY STAY KELLOGG has added something lo a delicious whole wheat cereal Its never been done before Kelloggs Wheat Krispies actually retain their marvelous crigpness in milk or cream BLENDING was discovered in the Kellogg kitchens By this new process the crunchy goodness of rice is blended with the tasty nourishment of whole wheat The result is a new tasletlirill in readytoeat cereals Enjoy Kelloggs Wheat Krispies often Delicious any time Always fresh at your grocers Buy a big package today Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek ITALIANS AGREE TO ARBITRATION Continued Fr Pace visors were authoritatively reported today considering martial law for Addis Ababa to control the thous ands of men pouring into the capital to enlist for possible action against Italy As Woizero Asagadatch daughter of commander Dedjazmatch Hapte mikael called upon Ethiopias wo men to take up arms for their coun try measures were taken to insure the capitals order in the event of hostilities Two mayors and two po lice chiefs were named The government rushed armed guards out to defend railway bridges after stones on the rails derailed a car A Bodencanesian employe of the railway an Italian subject was killed Italians Protest Death Reports not immediately con firmed said the Italian legation had protested his death though authori ties said they did not know whether the stones had been intentionally placed or whether a landslide ac counted for them Asagadatch putting into words recent agitation by women for the right to bear arms sounded a stir ring call for her sisters to rally to the defense of Ethiopian independ ence I will organize and lead my own army of women said the daughter of the former cabinet member who commands Emperor Haile Selassies field army The women must fight today just as our mothers and grandmoth ers helped fight and conquer the same foes at Adua 40 years and by fight I mean with rifles spears and knives not just nursing and cooking Appeals for Funds Only yesterday she had appealed for funds at a rally of 500 Ethiopian ladies of the Red Cross society joined by Miss Paula Legler Ameri can journalist and Abba Betch a j favorite of capital society I Monev is hadlv needed but war Q i Mvzts TOJAWJ Ca   

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