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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 23, 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 XIFI ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED W1RJ5 SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 23 1936 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 170 Stone Stand Is Surprise Not Classed Among Liberals on U S High Court PAIR REST AFTER MINE RESCUE By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON is nothing surprisj ing in the fact I that Associate j Justice Louis D B r a n d e i s and I Benjamin N CarI dozo are on the j liberal side of ev ery sPnt decision which the United States supreme court r en d ers They are liberals of long standing But one scarce ly would have thought that As sociate Justice Harlan F Stone would be so consistently of their faction His law firm of Satterlee Canfield and Stone had a highly conservative practice Among its clients for ex ample was the house of J P Mor the elder J then his estate in the hands of the present magnate This was not what om would be likely to call a liberalizing professional connection Stone was appointed too to the attorney generals office and later to the supreme bench by President Coolidge who was not noted for pickingvery liberal folk to fill im portant positions within his gift Branded Reactionary Ethiopian Troops Blast Road to Addis Ababa LEADER REPORTS ITALIANS BEATEN IN 3 DAY BATTLE Fascists in North Ready to Meet Last Stand of Defenders 1036 hy The Assiiclnlrii ADDIS ABABA Ethiopian troops blasted whole sections of the DessyeAddis Ababa road Thursday in a supreme effort to stem the Italian advance as Ras Nasibu re ported victory after a fierce three day battle in the south I Reports received at government headquarters said troops under the personal direction of Emperor Haile Selassie were continuing a major offensive south of Dessye As an emergency measure in de j fense of the capital the sections of the highway were being hurtled Death of Boy 3 Changes From Accident to Murder What is more his confirmation as j over almost perpendicular cliffs a supreme court justice was fought in the Urited States senate on the ground that he was a reactionary Liberal scions quite generally ob jected to him An old mining engineer now dead of the name of James B Ownbey once a small partner of the elder J P Morgan came all the way from Colorado and waged a formidable campaign to try to show that Stone was unsuitable He charged that Stone had furnished the legal acu men to flimflam him according to his own account out of approxi mately in the Morgan es tates interest Colonel Ownbey was armed besides with a resolution oi the Colorado legislature expressing sympathy with him He also had the support of the now defunct Peo ples Legislative Service a creation principally of the late Senator Rob ert M La Follette and therefore naturally a mighty liberal outfit Liberals in Sorrow The extreme liberals believed that they had suffered a severe jolt when the senate confirmed Stones su preme court appointment Some of them voted for him to be sure The late Senator Thomas J Walsh was one of them I recall I asked him how he reconciled his ballot with Colonel Ownbeys compliments and the senator said Even if the colonel was flimflammed it wai done strictly according to legal Senator Walsh was a fanatical legalist if what was done was dons staturatoriaily it was right as per his reckoning Parenthetically What Stone did according to Cwnbey as a Morgan lawyer was to dig up a longforgotten obsolete law and suddenly apply it tc the colonels disadvantage It was a Delaware law and the Delaware legislature its attention called to the matter hastily re pealed it But that was too late to help Col onel Ownbey Believed Conservative All this was of a nature to give Justice Stone an extremely conser vative sendoff As a supreme court justice he is1 inaccessible as any hermit but I interviewed him as attorney gener al I thought he was a moderate conservative Yet here he is lined up regularly with radical Justice Cardozo and still more radical Jus tice Brandeis Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes has some liberal tradition Associate Justice Owen J Rob erts is a little bit liberal Heaven forbid any liberality in Associate Justices Willis Van De vauter James C McReynolds George Sutherland or Pierce Butler But one would not have expected to find Justice Stone in the liberal minority Sons Film Earnings Basis of New Attack by Mrs Bartholomew LOS ANGELES Bartholomews movie earnings pro vided a new line of attack Thurs day or his mother Mrs Lillian Bartholomew who lost her court fight to regain his custody The mother seeks to compel the boys aunt and guardian Miss Myl licent Bartholomew to account for more than she estimates the 12 year old star has made in two years His salary is said to be a week From the Ethiopian chieftains headquarters at Daggah Bur Ras Nasibu reported the fascist armys drive in Ogaden province was j brought to a standstill The southern Ethiopian com mander said the blackshirts were driven several tens of kilometers south of Badudanan The Italian leader Gen Rodolfo Graziana rushed reinforcements up and compelled the Ethiopians to re tire to Ras Nasibu de clared ITALIANS FIGHT THROUGH iVICDDY SWOLLEN RIVERS By The Associated Press The Italian army fought through muddy swollen Ethiopian rivers Thursday in its drive into the heart of that East African empire cross ing a rough terrain made even more difficult by the advent of tropical rains The northern forces under the East African commanderinchief Marshal Bacloglio were re ported in Rome to be high in the mountains of Shoa province cxpect inc momentarily to face a desper ste last stand by the native Ethio pian defenders Surveys Before Attack The southern army under Gen Rodolfo Graziani has not been halt ed by the heavy downpours and the general himself flew over the Ethio pian ground works south of Harar to make a survey of the enemy posi tions before attacking The empress of Ethiopia made an appeal through foreign newspaper men to the world asking that the great powers support her nation in its fight against the fascist invad ers Crown Prince Rules Her son Crown Prince Asfa Wo san was in control of the govern ment at Addis Ababa as his father Emperor Haile Selassie led the na tive warriors in battle against the fascist aggressors north of the cap ital The French government took measures to put teeth into its mu tual assistance pact with soviet Russia A conference between For eign Minister PierreEtienne Flan din and Vladimir Potemkin Russias ambassador in Paris paved the way lor talks between the general staffs of the two countries to plan measures to be put into effect in case of a German aggression against cither nation HOUSE MEMBER GETS SENTENCE Representative Zioncheck j May Pay Fine or Serve 20 Days WASHINGTON tative Zioncheck of Washington was convicted of speeding and contempt of court in the District of Columbia traffic court Thursday and sentenced to pay fines totaling or spend 20 days in jail Zioncheck had been taken to the guard room in a house office build ing after a scuffle with a police man attempting to serve papers against him He was then taken into court to answer a charge of speeding at 70 miles an hour Man and Woman Accuse Other One of Crime ALTOONA death of 3 year old Matthew Sonny Karmendi from a broken skull sud denly became a murder case Thurs day and police pointed to a conspir acy between Sonnys mother and the man who lately had been her com panion on journeys to movie the aters Asst Dist Atty Robert J Puder baugh announced shortly after mid night that Mrs Margaret Karmen di 22 and Roy Lockard 24 both had signed sworn accusing the other of striking lit tle Sonny with a heavy bolt or rail road spike The boy died Tuesday night Lockard took him to a hospital and told police that while he was car rying Sonny home an automobile sped past and a door handle ap parently pierced the babys head Hunt for Automobile Police spent all day Wednesday searching for an automobile whose license number was furnished by Lockard Lockard spent the day as usual at work on a WPA project but in the evening was arrested and taken before Pudejrbaugh for questioning Mrs Karmendi also was taken into custody The assistant prosecutor said statements were made after hours of questioning and both were simi lar except concerning the actual striking of the fatal blow Puderbaugh said Lockard and Karmendi met while the wom ans husband Matthew was at work in a silk mill He said the couple walked to a deserted section of the city and waited until a car passed Puderbaugh said the blow was then struck and the mother ran across the road and screamed Went to Movies Puderbaugh said Lockard met Mrs Karmendi March 18 and they had frequently gone to motion pic tures together in the evenings us ually taking Sonny with them Puderbaugh said Lockards state ment recited that Mrs Karmendi during the last waik opened her coat to show the heavy bolt and that when the opportunity came she used it throwing it into a field He said the mothers statement declared Roy got a pin meaning the bolt out of his pocket while going over the 17th street bridge He told something is going to I asked him what and he said wait and The statement added that about a mile later on Roy turned and hit the baby I heard him groan and I Puderbaugh said both will be charged with murder Labor on Plans to Save John Fiorenza NEW YORK for John Fiorenza 24 year old con fessed slayer of Mrs Nancy Evans Titterton labored Thursday on plans to save him from conviction of first degree murder and the elec tric chair Attorney Henry Klauber indicat ed he would endeavor to prove Fiorenza was insane ON THE INSIDE Hughes Adds Voice to Attack on Governor ON PAGE 2 Camden Murder TwentyFifth Chapter ON PAGE 6 Dickinson to Talk at Ackley ON PAGE 12 GG Baseball School to Open at Y Friday Night ON PAGE 13 Mason City High Nine Plays Swea City Club ON PAGE 13 BOY KIDNAPED MAKES ESCAPE 10 Year Old Gets Away as Father Gets Ransom Demand FORECAST IOWA Increasing cloudiness Blake Holding His BEDFORD here received word from the Methodist hospital at St Joseph that Charles Blake 15 who was found wounded in his home here Friday was holding his own but still was in a critical condition show night or Friday not so cool in south and extreme east Thursday night cooler Friday except in extreme southeast MINNESOTA Fair In extreme north probably snow In central and showers or snow in south por tion Thursday night and Friday slightly cooler in northwest warmer in extreme southeast Thursday night colder Friday In south IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 53 Minimum In Night 30 At 8 A M Thursday 44 The upswing of the mercury was under way Thursday hastened by a south wind and a warm sun Wed nesday nights minimum was 7 de grees above that recorded on the previous night UP Ten year old Henry T Koch son of a department store executive was kidnaped on his way to school Thursday but escaped as his father received a demand for ran som Police said a man they ar rested admitted the abduction Young Koch bound and gagged with tape and left in a woods on the outskirts of Allentown cut the tape on his legs with a rock He ran to a farm nearby and got aid A man seized near the scene de scribed himself as John James of Chicago but police expressed the belief that was fictitious They said a roll of adhesive tape and four prepared ransom notes were in his pockets The notes were arranged in orderly fashion each succeeding one stronger in tenor than the pre vious What apparently was intended to be the final demand said If you try to double cross us this time you can go home for you will not get your son It was signed final Shirley Temple Says T r TT 1 m browing Up as 7th Birthday Arrives HOLLYWOOD Temple of the dimples curls and box office appeal was Tyears old growing she said Since the little motion picture star hasnt any reason to keep her birthday a older ac tresses sometimes is a big day for her Her schedule Playing with her presents includ ing a pony from her mother a bi cycle from her brother Jack and from another brother George a torquoise ring Blowing out seven candles on homemade birthday cake Visiting crippled children at a hospital DEBATE ON NEW TAX PROGRAM IS BEGUN IN HOUSE Bill Also Considered by Finance Committee of Senate WASHINGTON The Roose velt tax program including levies on undistributed income of corpora tions headed into debate in the house Thursday while senators made ready to examine it closely Coincidentally the communica tions commission received testimony that the American Telephone and Telegraph company collected large profits by renting telephone instru ments to corporating companies and then selling the equipment in 1927 for a further profit of 000 Another industry steel occupied a senate labor subcommittee It heard from Heber Glankenhorn researcher for the national labor board that steel companies are moving1 toward the throwing1 out of half their employes in the next j few years I Roosevelt Writes Speech j President Roosevelt began wor on a speech to be delivered Satur day night to democrats in New York He was told by Senator Rob inson the democratic leader tha congress probably would go horn the first week in June Asihehouse begarudebate revenue Chairma1 Harrison said the senat finance committee probably wil deside to give consideration to new processing taxes which are not in eluded in the house measure Other developments Secretary Ickes scaled down t the requested b Arthur Mullen former democrat national committeeman for lega services with power projects in Ne braska Hails Housing Bill J David Stern Pennsylvania and New York publisher hailed the Wagner housing bill as the first direct challenge to cer tain selfish real estate banking and insurance He testified be fore a senate committee Hope for an adjournment of con gress the first week in June was ex pressed to President Roosevelt by Senator Robinson of Arkansas the democratic leader I think we all said Rob inson upon leaving the white house that the tax and relief bills are the pivotal questions upon which the time of adjournment hinges Adjournment Indefinite It is not possible now to fix a definite time for doubtedly the time between now and June 1 will be required A few days additional may be As the house gathered to begin debate on the tax bill described by democratic proponents as a need ed reform and by republican crit ics as a threat to business the sen aate finance committee also began consideration of the bill The word went out that Secre tary Morgenthau would appear be fore the latter body a crucial test ing ground for all tax legislation He did not appear before the house ways and means committee when it was drafting the bill and his ab sence was called strange in a mi nority report written by republi cans Watch Business Trends With the capital watching busi ness trends for their effect on un employment and other problems the chamber of commerce of the United States produced a cheery re port about foreign trade It said there was a continued though not spectacular improvement in Amer ican exports in 1935 with cotton automobiles machinery and petro leum products topping the list of goods for which increased foreign demand was voted Harry L Hopkins relief admin istrator in a report on transient un employed said nearly per sons took to the road since 1929 Only as the transients are given work can they be absorbed into the ConversingWith Entombed Men more stable population he said AAA kept an eye on the dust bowl of the southwest after Sec retary Wallace said that another dry month would bring critical con ditions there Boy Drowned in Pond MOLINE Parcel 8 was drowned in a pond Wednesday evening when he fell from a raft Premier Angus MacDonald of Nova Scotia is shown in the top photo speaking through the tube which was the means of communica tion with Charles A Scadding lower right and Dr D E Robertson lower left during their ten day entombment 141 feet below the sur face of the Moose River N gold mine The men were brought out early Thursday Central Press Soundphoto Students in Class After Big Parades CHICAGO of col eges and high school students turnedback to the routine of class work Thursday after expressing heir organized sentiment for peace n the American Students Unions hird annual demonstration against war Proportionate participation ranged from 400 students out of an mrollment of 700 at Lawrence col ege Appleton to 50 out of at DePauw Greencastle Ind Joseph Lash national secretary of he union estimated total participa ion Wednesday at not less than half a million Demonstrations Orderly Most demonstrations were orderly but the atmosphere of peace was disrupted by a fist fight at Tulane university in New Orleans and a lash between police and parading students of Lawrence college A free for all fight developed among 300 students at the Univer ity of Kansas and an assault on the ipeakers stand was made at Tem ile university by an unsympathetic lying squadron Demonstrators at the University if Hawaii in Honolulu and at Dako a Wesleyan university in Mitchell i ran a gauntlet of odorous ggg and overripe tomatoes Smith W Broonhart former Iowa enator told a University of Iowa udience he believed the United States should not join the league of ationa until the competitive eco iomic system is displaced by a co perative Finds It At Princton N Dr Albert Ein tein German scientist said he GIRU 5 HAPPY FATHER IS SAFE Big Cheer at Mouth of Mine Reverberates in Heart of Ethel Scadding WAUKESHA The cheer that rose from the throng of rescuing miners and spectators at the Moose River N mine rever berated Thursday in the heart and countenance of Ethel Scadding 15 year old daughter of one of the men taken from the rock bound tomb Im so happy so glad1 my father is alive and she said as the word that Charles Alfred Scadding had been rescued came from the radio speaker where she had sat tensely each night since she learned of the imprisonment She was just gping to bed she said to continue the prayers she had offered nightly for the trapped men and the rescue crews when the news brought relief from the agon izing excitement of the last ten days found the student peace day ob servance At Temple Oswald Garrison Vil lard editor of the Nation told stu dents The youth of the nation has a right to demand a referendum the next time they are asked to go and die on the At Chicago and Northwestern un iversities some students took the Oxford oath against participation in war New York produced the largest demonstrations There college students and 300 pupils of three high schools attended meetings SCADDINGTAKEN TO HALIFAX FOR HOSPITAL CARE Robertson Recuperating Inquest Is Held in Magill Death Copyright 1930 by The Associated MOOSE RIVER N Alfred Scadding rescued from Moose River gold mine was taken by airplane Thursday to Halifax for hospital treatment while Dr D E Robertson the other man res cued alive was reported recupera ting in the emergency hospital erec ted near the mine head The two rescued men were shielded from questioners by doc tors and nurses An inquest was held to determine the exact cause of the death of Her man Magill who perished under ground early last Monday At the inquest Dr Glenn Dono van of Halifax testified I believa to the best of my knowledge that Herman Magill died of pneumonia in all probability brought on by ex posure to cold and damp when his body was in a low state of vitality through lack of No Signs of Fracture Dr Donovan said he had exam ined Magills body and that he had found no signs of skull fracture or of any bleeding from the ears nose or mouth The inquest was adjourned until next Tuesday after Felix D Hen derson mine manager and Suther Higgins had testified The two men sittingup and laughing but keeping their eyes averted from the body of their dead companion Magill were released from their trap early Thursday by a daring rescue crew of miners who tunneled through the 200 feet of live The 62 year old Dr Robertson a noted Toronto physician crawled with his rescuers out of the crumb ling 141 foot level of the old mine and most of the way up the main operating shaft Carried on Stretcher Placed on a stretcher he was car ried the rest of the way to the sur face and emerged at a At lantic standard time p Wednesday CST into the free air he had not breathed since the mine caved in Easter Sunday Thank you the doctor said waving to the cheering sing ing crowd gathered at the mine head as he was borne triumphant ly to an emergency hospital The 44 year old Scadding more weakened by the ordeal of the long entombment was carried all the way to the surface on a specially constructed stretcher his rescue be ing completed at 1 a m Body Left Behind Behind the rescued men lay the body of Magill 30 years old who perished in the dank underground cavern early Monday unable to withstand any longer the torments of exposure cold hunger darkness and uncertainty At first the handful of miners who effected the rescue said We didnt like to bring up the body Covered with a sheet and carried on a stretcher the body of Magill was taken to the surface after Dr Hobertson and Scadding were re leased safely and provided with long needed care Humble But Thankful Humble in the face of death but thankful that two had been saved the miners who succeeded in the rescue the officials who directed heir work and the spectators who were drawn to this isolated settle ment by the international anxiety attending the entombment joined in singing Praise God from whom all bless ngs Mrs Robertson and Mrs ding who had slept in the mine office building and made their headquarters there while waiting ind praying for the rescue went to their husbands sides as they wera removed to the emergency hospital The three physicians in charge of the medical unit Dr H K MacDon ald Dr N D Rankin and Dr Ian tfacDonald announced at a Arrive at Hospital Dr D E Robertson and Alfred Scadding arrived at the improvised lospital at a today Dr Xobertaons physical and mental condition is excellent It is much better than anticipated We feel will have a rapid recovery Alfred Scaddingg condition is surprisingly good His feet wera cold and swollen and somewhat ilistered but we do not anticipata urther trouble The patients will be left i9 Moose River a few days then trans erred to Halifax In the meantime they will eive mediail and hospital   

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