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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 16, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLII FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 16 1936 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 137 Turn Toward F R Seen New Dealers Believe Popularity Again on Increase By CHARLES F STEWART ASHINGTON CPA Roose veltians profess to think and un doubtedly do think that the present white house tenants popularity is in creasing again Increasing again is the correct way to put it The presidents supporters admit HITLERS CONDITION REJECTED Reported Barbara9s Son Hoax MAN SEIZED Kiss and Make LOBBY PROBERS Horton Glad rf j4 TF If m M fJ that there was a j while following i about midterm j of the current administration when thev were ccnscioie of a rapid de cline in their favorites prestige with the public But they say the tide has turned since then today it is rising that it is not yet as high as it was ear lier in his regime but may get there What is more there are republi WRITING LETTER now though j f Dl didnt at the time i Warned Lountess or riot to Kidnap Child and Asked PICTURE ON PAGE 2 Up After Another Fight New Skirmish Ends in Draw Just as All Others Did MANCHESTER fred Molyneux 31 of Lancashire was jailed Monday on a charge of I attempting to extort 200 pounds I from Countess Barbara cans candid enough to agree with Hutton HaugwitzReventlow by tHem pretending to reveal a plot to kid G O P Dissatisfied j nap her hew born son The republicans are much dissatpolice said that Molyneux had ad jsfied with Col Henry Breckenridge mitted writing a letter to the Wool as an antinew deal democratic rival worth heiress during moments of of President Roosevelt Of course j depression offering to disclose the they are entitled to no voice in antij He was remanded in cus nsw deal democratic counsels but tody for a week they do believe that the democratic j The prisoner was trapped by pol antis might have hit on a more j jce when he went to keep a rendenz appealing leader than the colonel Al Smiths nomination on a bolt ing democratic ticket ia what best would please the republican mana gers They reckon that Al might draw sufficiently from vous with a messenger from the He told the police that no kidnap plot existed Arrested on Saturday Molyneux was arrested last Sat urday The letter went into details Al Roosevelts strength atthe polls not to be electi as to how contact between Moly ed but to permit the G 0 P candi neux and an agent from the coun to win by a plurality not a tess should be made in Manchester i jt ordered Let your messenger be outside the long bar at the Gau as Wilson did against Taft and mont picture theater March 14 at Theodore Roosevelt 7 p and let him have a red silk Bat they have no notion that handkerchief in his left hand Breckenridge can make a dent at He will beasked daily and the democratic convention or that i must reply no he could cut appreciably into the j K he intends to heed this put an Roosevelt vote as a bolting nominee I answer in the personal column of majority as McKinley did against Bryan and Palmer and Buckner and Of No Consequence They describe lus as of no po liticaf They dont be lieve he can be inflated into any such importance either d apparently Al Smith though he may take a is wholly dis inclined to be slaughtered to make a G O P holiday Speaking of bolts the Manchester Evening Chronicle March Advertisement Inserted DetectiveInspector Forster told the police court that the countess gave the letter to her lawyer who informed the police whereupon the requested advertisement was insert ed in the newspaper On Saturday the inspector said a bpeaKinj ui carrying a dummy pack The democrats have theu hopes y r v age stood outside the theater while other detectives watched Molyneux was arrested when he appeared at I the stated time and received the M Landon of Kansas will be named detective in Cleveland as the republicans said Molyneux told for a formidable bolt from the re publican ranks Their best gues is that Gov Alf By TAYLOR HENRY Associated Press Staff Writer NEW ROCHELLE N The Manvillcs Tommy and his No 4 wife Marcelle Edwards kissed and made up again Monday and comparative calm settled down on their 28 room Premium Point man sion Bon Repos pleasant rest to everybody but the Sundays skirmish as did the one last week and the one the week be fore that ended in a draw with ev eryone more or less happy except The Mamaroneck police New Rochelle hospital Tommys police pup Telephones to Police The first intimation to the out side world that all was again not well with the heir to the Manville asbestos millions and his blond wife who recently returned from a divorceless trip to Reno came at 10 a m Sunday when Tommy tele phoned to Mamaroneck police Patrolman Philip Millheiser re sponded cautiously the policeman sent over to help out the Manvilles last week ducked a plate when he opened the Put that woman the as j bestos heir shouted To Patrolman Millheiser how ever arbitration seemed called for For the next hectic five hours between dodging highball glasses and saucers Millheiser negotiated He Wants Tommy not satisfied action called New Rochelle hospi tal and an ambulance equipped with interne promptly responded Take that woman Tom my shouted varying his theme slightly The interne applied his stetho scope and found Marcelle to be suf fering only from a slight palpita tion of the heart Nothing he replied science and the law deserted the house of pleasant rest Some time after dusk Tommy again got in touch with the Mama roneck police Cops Want Sleep he said send me a cop AliC IVAtM VUeUA LU1U M standard bearer Or maybe Colonel th admit I wrote the and help me get some sleep Frank Knox A comparative con eP servative anyway Their opinion is i ttat Senator E Eoraa will make a desperate fight but will be defeated ripping the G O P wide open Their judgment is that the Idaho statesman partisanly regular as his record is will be mad enough take a perfectly well that plot or any per to kidnap the wrote it in moments of depression as I am without money and with a wife and two children to support on 30 shillings a week Regrets His Action I sincerely regret my acfion and hope I have not caused the count and Countess any worry or Molyneux did not testify at Mon days hearing saying he had noth this time if beaten as to Would Offset Bolt For Borah to take a walk out of the G 0 P convention would be fully bad enough republicanly speaking to offset a walkout by Al I jng t0 acjd to the statement given Smith from the democratic gatherj to the police ing To account in part for President Roosevelts recovery in strength Business by no means is as well pleased by the supreme courts out Nothing was the heart less reply Little man weve had a busy day with you Let us get some So Tommy and Marcelle hugged and kissed and drew a line dividing the house into two 14 room camps In one side slept Marcelle In the other slept Tommy and said Tommy is all up lawing of NRA as it expected to be NRA did put a stop to overlylow bidding on contracts which was most gratifying to big concerns which didnt enjoy having price trimming competitors cutting in on them NRA restrictions enraged the big folk at first Now they are inclined to cuss the supreme court for outlawing what was a considerable protection to them Labor Feels Effects Labor also feels the effects of the price cutters policies They have to shave wages increase hours or both to enable them to reduce prices jam doing this for revenge money The farmers also have felt the I rlos not matter so contained rain of now instructions as to where the coun lawed by the supreme they dont like that either Big business then isnt alto gether antinew deal Labor isnt j The farmers are not j That is the way the new dealers calculate They may be economically right or wrong but they have the better of 3 YEAR OLD BOY ALIVE AND SAFE Walks Into Farmhouse After Spending Night Lost in Dust Storm TWO EUTTES year old Steve Benson walked into a farmhouse Monday after spend ing the night lost in one of the worst dust storms ever to strike this area More than 50 persons were searching for the boy expecting to find him smothered or frozen to death when he reached the farm home of Dewey Fetters six miles from where he disappeared Sunday The letter which added that I j aflcrnoon I slept he said Saw the Almost immediately he fell asleep agent should meet the wnt TOMMY Man Scheduled to Be Guillotined Dies Attempting Escape DIJON France Michel Rosa an Italian scheduled to be guillotined soon for killing two men killed himself Monday in an effort to escape from prison He knocked down a guard as the latter entered his cell ancl managed to reach the prison balcony There however chained hand and foot he plunged to his death Find Body in Lake BURLINGTON UP Searchers found the body of Wilva Tuers 23 of West Burlington in Isaac Walton lake Sunday She had been missing since Friday testified that the letter received at the HaugwitzReventlow London home March 7 read Dear countess I have read of your having a charming little son Now dont gel pannicky You should know that two men have left Manchester to kidnap this son and youd be surprised to hoar that elaborate plans have been made for this confinement while they wait for the ransom they intend to de mand from you Warns Against Police If you would leam of these plans please send some one to meet me in Manchester at once and I will let you know what I know Do not get the police or I shant talk Please be sure to bring 200 or i pounds in treasury less er It ordered that the agent was to have a red silk handkerchief in his left the political argument lowans Body Found Pinned Beneath Truck DES MOINES body of fvor Allen 26 WPA worker and father of three small children was found early Monday pinned be neath a light truck near Chautau qua drive and Prospect road police said Allen apparently was killed about 8 p m Sunday when the truck rolled over an embank ment on Chautauqua drive Newsprint in Acres Estimated HARRISBURG Pennsylvania Department of For ests and Waters estimated that 500 acres of pulp wood is requir ed to make the paper used for one days run of newspapers in the United States IN NEXT ISSUE The weekly Iowa history series which ordinarily would appear In this edition be delayed a day and will be published In the next issue Doctors examined him and said his condition was exceptionally good considering that he had been in the open for hours in a dust storm that reduced visibility to zero He was taken to a hospital at Lamar Veteran residents of the south eastern Colorado dust bowl were amazed that the child lived through the night The temperatures drop ped to below freezing and the boy was clad only in overalls He had lost his shoes and sand burrs stuck in his flesh The Fetters farm is two miles southeast of Two Buttes and six miles from the farm home of his parents Mr and Mrs E W Ben son Fire Destroys Home OSKALOOSA destroy ed the farm home of Ben Derooi near University Park Sunday caus inir damage ON THE INSIDE SERGE MDTVANI Bride Sees Prince Die of Polo Game Injuries ON PAGE 7 Views of Jew Catholic and Protestant Given ON PAGE 12 Conferences on Farm Planning Are Opened ON PAGE 8 Hardin County Woman Is Given G 0 P Post ON PAGE 7 Mohawks Plymouth Take Meet on Court ON PAGE 9 James Cagney Wins Movie Contract Suit ON PAGE 2 AND HEARST IN ANOTHER ROUND Congress Opens Week of Inquiries Waits for Relief Plans WASHINGTON JP Another round between William Randolph Hearst and the senate lobby com mittee ushered in a week of investi gations Monday Chairman Black was served at a committee hearing with a summons to court to answer Hearsts suit for an injunction against seizure of tele grams sent by him Senator Schwel lenbach promptly ac cused Hearst the American Liber ty league and public utilities of try ing to block the lobby inquiry From Robert E Smith chairman of the national conference of inves tors the committee heard that many members of congress had been en tertained in his Washington home last year Action Is Promised Chairman Bell of a house committee created to look into the Townsend and other old age pension movements promised immediate ac tion and public hearings within two weeks Still another group the senate aircraft committee planned an in quiry within the next few days into the dismissal of a government em ploye who had criticized operation of air navigation aids Congress worked on the war de partments annual appropriation and other matters pending word from President Roosevelt as to how much he wants for relief spending in the year beginning July 1 His recommendation on this was expected before he leaves Thursday for a fishing vacation off Florida Study Housing Plans Mr Roosevelt Monday renewed efforts to obtain an agreement with aides on a new housing program and along with thousands of others all over the country set aside an hour to make out his income tax return Other developments Before a recess which will pro vide an opportunity to work out decisions on two new deal laws argued before it recently the su preme court handed clown opinions in two minor cases A ruling on the governments antitrust suit against the sugar institute refiners organ ization formed to regulate trade practices was postponed Another new deal case involving constitutionality of the public utility holding company act was appealed to the supreme court Court in Session The court met in brief session but handed down only the two de cisions of restricted significance and a list showing what new ap peals they had decided to entertain or ignore Thereupon the justices adjourned until March 30 The holding company case was filed by BUrco of Baltimore from a ruling by the circuit court of appeals at Charlotte Wisconsin lost its conention that a 1927 state tax taxed income of foreign corporations if their principal business was with in the valid The court refused in one of its two opinions today to interfere with decisions by the Wisconsin supreme court which held the tax was unconstitutional Process Tax Seen A possibility that congressional tax drafters may have to resort to processing taxes to fill out Presi dent Roosevelts rev enue program appeared despite a desire among both democrats and republicans to avoid such election year levies We dont have to go to process ing taxes but we shall have to go somewhere to get the Chairman Samuel B Hill of the house ways and means tax subcommittee said Of course if the March 15 in come tax returns a very great increase over estimates that would I help a The subcommittee he told report ers spent two hours this morning struggling over the question of how to collect income taxes from for eigners on their dividend stock in American corporations No decision was reached May Fall Short A hint that President Roosevelts forthcoming request for relief ap propriations may fall short of was given by Speaker Byrns Replying to questions at his press Widow Made Guilty Plea BEDFORD JP Im Floyd Horton declared Monday that Anna Johnston pleaded guilty of murdering my wife I have felt for some time that she was guilty and her confession ought to vindi cate me before a Mrs Johnston the 38 year old widowed neighbor of Hortonwho confessed she was his paramour withdrew her plea of innocent to a charge of taking part in the poisqn murder of Hortons wife and pleaded guilty Saturday She was taken to Rockwell City womens reformatory to await sen tence after the murder charge against Horton is disposed of Will Stand Trial Hortons attorney James Lucas of Bedford declared Monday that Horton is going to stand trial on this Trial is scheduled to open March 23 Horton talked of Mrs Johnstons change of front for the first time Monday He also recalled details of his life with his wife We had some good times togeth he said adding How could anyone be so cruel as to take the life of any person by Has Told All The husky blond farmer declared emphatically that he has told auj thorities all he knows about his wifes death I told them everything I could remember because I had nothing to conceal I kept telling them I was innocent but they wouldnt believe me I have been in jail about a month now I guess that is what a fellow gets for trying to help officers in a case like Mrs Johnston in a signed confes sion given officers said she and Horton had been intimate since Nov 1 1935 that they had talked of get ting rid of Mrs Horton that she purchased poison She claimed how ever that Horton actually admin istered the poison in cold capsules Admits Relations Horton while admitting intimate relationswith the widow declared in a signed statement that he knew nothing about the poison Mrs Johnston will be returned here as a witness against Horton prosecution attorneys said Monday Since she pleaded guilty to a first degree murder charge she faces either the death penalty or life im prisonment depending upon the de cision of District Judge Homer A Fuller who will sentence her Isle Gets Air Service DULTUH seven passenger Fokker seaplane equip ped with skis will provide Isle Roy ale midLake Superior resort with its first mainland air service No regular schedule will be maintained Stationed Here HARRY NESTLE 77z2 Weather FORECAST IOWA Fair Monday night and Tuesday somewhat warmer in west portion Tuesday MINNESOTA Fair Monday night and Tuesday becoming un settled in northwest Tuesday somewhat colder in northeast Monday night rising tempera ture in west Tuesday IN MASON CITY Figures for 24 hour period end ing at S oclock Monday morning Maximum Sunday 43 Above Minimum in Night 26 Above At 8 A M Monday 39 Above Figures for 24 hour period end ing at S oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday 42 Above Minimum in Night 30 Above At 8 A M Sunday 35 Above Precipitation 03 of an Inch Snow in this part of North Iowa at this time is pretty much con fined now to places where drifting was heaviest Whole fields lie ex posed to the sun Two successive days on which the mercury touched the 42 degfee mark served to put a finishing touch to the melting process conference regarding the relief mes sage expected by Thursday Byrns said of reported plans to limit the relief extension to seven months I didnt hesitate to say to the president that that would be the wise thing to do there is no way of telling what the revenues or amount of employment will be making it hard to plan too far in Representatives of railroad man agement and labor renewed efforts to negotiate an agreement on meth ods of protecting employes displaced by rail coordination projects BORDER PATROL IS SET UP HERE Minnesota Trucks Entering State Must All Carry Iowa License Mason City became the center of operations Monday morning for a state border patrol extending from the Mississippi to the Missouri river to force Minnesota truckers doing business in this state to carry an Iowa license This move was undertaken in or der to put Minnesota truckers doing business in Iowa on the same basis as Iowa truckers that operate into Minnesota where Minnesota licenses are required Harry assist ant state chief of the state highway stationed in Mason City in charge of the state border assign ment stated Orders From Wallace Orders for the border patrol were issued by Lew Wallace chief of the state motor vehicle department and Chief John Hattery of the state highway patrol Mr Nestle met with 18 state patrolmen at the of fice of Sheriff J M Robertson Monday morning At 9 oclock these patrolmen left to assume their po sitions at strategic points on high ways operating between the two states We have been ordered to stop all trucks operating either direction check them for safety appliances such as lights brakes reflectors clearance lights as well as on over loads and the chauffeurs said the assistant chief Those carrying Minnesota plates with exception of farmers hauling their own produce or trucks travel ing through the state or trucks not actually doing business in Iowa are obliged to register their trucks in Iowa Stop Iowa Trucks The reason for this ruling was the fact that Minnesota authorities have been picking up Iowa trucks found to be operating in Minnesota and requiring them to carry the li censes of that state We however are not confining our duties to the one assignment We are also checking automobiles when we are able as to mechanical condition and the standpoint of safety Each driver is required to prodiice his drivers With Mason City as the head quarters Mr Nestle has established a subheadquarters at Decorah L L Meyer resident patrolman in charge and one at Spirit Lake with H F Fischer resident patrolman there in charge Others in North Iowa Men also are stationed at Wav erly Cresco Northwood Forest City Algona Emmetsburg Rock Rapids and Sibley as well as Ma son City Deputy sheriffs over the nortlrern tiers of counties are as sisting in the project it was point ed out Four additional patrolmen are to be brought in later We have given considerable publicity to this the past week so truckers knew what was coming and that we are not trying to sneak up on Mr Nestle stated These men are going to be on duty day and night at least for the remainder of this week The patrolmen have been given orders that all leaves during the week are canceled and that they are to remain at their posts until midnight next Saturday night Not License War This is not a license war or any thing of that nature It is merely giving Minnesota truckers the same treatment that Iowa truckers get in Minnesota Heretofore Iowa has recognized Minnesota plates as proper for operation in Iowa The patrolmen have been told not to file criminal charges but to hold the trucks until the licenses are procured We are not confiscat ing trucks If truckers are hauling perishable goods we will help them reach their destination as rapidly as possible WILL NOT TAKE UP PEACE OFFER AT CONFERENCE League Council Agrees to Demand for Equality at Meeting By JOSEPH E SHAKKEY Copyrijjlit 1936 by The Associated LONDON league of na tions council ill secret session agreed Monday to Reichsmuehrer Hitlers demands for equality but flatly rejected his condition that the council must discuss his peace proposals Hitler had offered to send a rep resentative to the councils deliber ation on Germans remilitarization of the Rhineland only on a basis of full equality in the conference and with the understanding that his re cent offers of new peace pacts would be considered Six nations headed by France op posed Hitlers insistence on bring ing his peace proposals up simultan ously with the discussion of tha Rhineland reoccupation Side With France The other nations with France were Turkey Spain Russia Poland and Rumania The council then voted unani mously to accept Hitlers first con dition and to reject the second The vote was interpreted as tan tamount to a qualified refusal of Hitlers conditions The council was agreed that Ger many was entitled to sit in the council on an equal footing with the other Locarno is without the right to vote The council ruled however that the Reichsfuehrers proopsals were a matter not for the council but for the signatories of the pact Not Entitled to Vote It was slated that owing to their status as interested parties in the Locarno pact and Belgium as well as Germany would not be entitled to vote in the league coun cil meeting This decision disposes of the diffi culty by which if Germany attended the council on an equal footing with other members of the league she could block an otherwise unanimous decision by voting against it herself The French delegates said they regarded the verdict of the secret session as a decisive victory for France Predict Condemnation A French spokesman predicted that the league now would condemn Germany since Great Britain and Italy have given France their as surances that for them the Locarno pact still He added that the French then could go home with what would amount to a triple alliance of Great Britain Italy and France Other said the French spokesman may then discuss Hit lers proposals but France never will We are not sure that Germany will not attack us some day and in view of recent events we shall not talk with her until we get the guar antees we require of her good Begin Drafting Message League officials immediately af ter the secret session began draft ing a message advising the German government of the decision which was made subject to ratification in public sessions It was said that the wording of the message would not slam the door completely shut in Germanys face although it would not contain any new invitation to Germany to attend the council sessions In British quarters the councils decision was interpreted as a com promise between the British and French of two hitherto irreconcil able viewpoints It was said that the British now were willing to vote for the condem nation of Germany as a Locarno treaty violator but that should the French return home Great Britain would be free to starther own rec ognitions with Germany regarding Hitlers peace proposals Clarification Sought Earlier in the day members of the councilsought to clarify Hitlers reply to the invitation to send a representative to the council Clari fication it was said centered in just what was meant by the word alsbald contained uTthe telegram Joseph A C Avenol secretary genera of the league received from Hitler Sunday night The word at first was taken to mean immediately therefore that Hitler demanded the negotia tion of his peace proposals simul taneously with the discussion of his denunciation of the Locarno pact Translation Is Corrected The German embassy in London explained it had communicated with Berlin and was informed the word should be interpreted in due time   

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