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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 25, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE APRIL 25 TWO ARGHBREEDING FACES NEW LIFE Sheriff Conkel Is Glad He Doesnt Have to Hang Old Friend FORT MADISON UBA now fife opened Saturday for Arch Breeding spared from the gallows by an eleventh hour commutation of sentence by Gov Clyde L Herring It was still a life behind gray prison walls but to the former Red Oak marshal who figured for sure I was going to die the prospect of facing a life of prison labor in stead of the 13 steps to the gallows made him feel like a tad Governor H e r r i n g commuted Breedings sentence Friday after a last intensive study of the case and upon the plea of a delegation of Breedings Red Oak friends Breedingwas to have hanged Monday for slaying his wife in Oc t0Iheriff John Conkel of Red Oak whose duty it was to spring the trap arrived at the state peniten tiary at 1 p m unaware the gover nor had revoked the death penalty Warden Glenn Haynes told con kelof the governors decision Sheriff Is Happy I dont know who is happier Arch or me Conkel said I have known him for a long time and I Sunday THE GOLDEN TEXT Proverbs rich and the poor meet together the Lord is the maker of them Admits Killing Dubuque Laborer BAPTIST Perm crosses State street a m Church school morning worship Theme The Meaning of Redemption p m B Y P U Reports of the re cent Sheffield rally will be given 730 p m song service with preach 4U ing Subject Shall pictures of the life of Christ An Wednesday at m The B n the Church Feed the Hungry Monday 730 p m board of trustees meet in the study Tuesday p m Y W A pot luck supper at Agnes Comp tons home Election of officers and making of May baskets for shutins Wednesday p m praise ser vice Miss Alice Snape Chicago spsaker Thursday noon luncheon at the church Joint meeting of all Ladies Aid divisions and Woman s 1955W for Miss Alice Missionary circle Call luncheon reservations MAKES DISTINCTION DBS MOINBS UPhGov Clyde L Herring made this distinction between the cases of Reginald Tracy wife slayer whom he de nied clemency and Arch Breed ing whom he saved from the fallows Tracy planned to kill his wife because he wanted to get rid of shot his wife ap parently because he wanted to keep her The governor said there is reason to believe that Breeding ilso had planned to destroy him self It was reported to me that there were powder marks along the side of his head when he was captured indicating a suicide in tent which was changed at the last do not know a finer man at heart I feel that if Arch had been m his right mind he would not have com mitted the crime Then Conkel was escorted to J11CU Breedings cellWarden Haynes had previously told Breeding his life was to be spared When the two men met Breeding grasped the sheriff 3 hand and start ici oujd have hated tospring the Conkel said you would have John Isaid Breeding 5t would have done it though it wouldhave been my duty And I wouldnt have against you John Feels Like Kid Howdo you feel now Arch 1 the sheriff asked now huh How do you feel Snope Chicago Baptist worker among Chinese in Chicago is th speaker at p m p m choir rehearsal at Lee Lewis minister CATHOLIC St at 8 915 and Rosary and bene diction 4 p m The Rt Rev P S OConnor pastor the Rev James K CassSdy M A and the Rev Carl E Kurt assistants Holy Family Second street northwest Sunday masses at 7 8 and a Rev R P Murphy the Rev A J Bohrer and the Rev William Mullen assistants Lehlgh Catholic every Sunday at 9 a m Confessions before mass Catechism 15 minutes after Rev A J Bohrer CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist and Third street northwest Sunday services 11 a Subject Probation After Death Sunday school a m Wednes day evening testimonial meeting 745 p m Reading room east end of Week days 11 a m to 5 p CHURCH OF CHRIST street and Adams avenue northwest Bible school W S Kollmaii superintendent Morning worship Organ vol untaries Pilgrim Chorus Wagner Romance in E Flat Williams girls sextet On 0 King Eter nal Schumann solo Olga Moen How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings Liddle Sermon by pastor Lifes Great Questions Christian Endeav or societies Evening worship Sermon subject Gods Riv CONGREGATIONAL FirstSunday school hour at 930 Mrs L A Moore willoeiii charge in the absenceof C EvGU man Final announcements will be made relative to the purchases to be made from the selfdenial gifts re ceived on Easter Morning worship 1045 The pastor will preach the sermon originally planned for last Sunday Folk Need a Lot of Lov ine It is suggested that the mem bers reread the thirteenth chapter of First Corinthians in preparation explanatory lecture will accompany the C Brunemier minis ter LUTHERAN Fourth and Fifth streeta 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 The Rseur rection of The Body John 5 2829 Wednesday beginning at the Ladies aid divisions 1 and 2 will give their annual supper in the church parlor The pastor will be ab sent on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday attending th epostoral conference of the Minnesota Dis trict at Loretto Minn He will re turn on Thursday evening Friday evening the Walther league will have its May basket party in the church parlors Saturday morning at 9 confirmation A Hinz postor East State cross es Connecticut avenue Sunday a m The church school Sundayil a m Divine Worship The sermon theme One Fold and One Shep herd Prelude The Lost Chord Sullivan Anthem Be Joyful in God Ashford Offertory From Thy Love As a Father Gounod Postlude Recessional De Koven Sunday p m Luther league Devotions Bud Conlin will present the stereopticon lecture The Min istry of Healing Monday 8 p m the Church School association Wednesday 8 p m the Church JIUVY UU11 Breeding wiped his eyes with the sleeve of his denim prison jacket I feel like a kid I feel like a young boy Breeding said Last night 1 felt like an old man I felt like I was going to my grave and now I feel like Ive come lack You can tell everybody Im happy Im happy because Tve come back I wish you would thank the governor for I guess John you wont ever know what I feei like No asked Conkel his hand on Breedings shoulder Had Given Up Hope No one will know what it was like last night I guess I couldnt tell them I gave up hope 15 days ago I figured for sure I was going to die But I figured I wouldwalk up there like a man I made up my mind to walk up there and take it I Then last night I didnt sleep I would just doze off and then would wake up quick with a kind of a lump and my eyes wide open I Kept looking at the edge of the bars He pointed I kept looking there and waiting for daylight to COD2C My time was short and I kept waiting for the sun to come up and I remembered how it was how they 1 didnt mean the three oth r ers that went while I was and I remembered how they went out for their last walk and I know just how they felt Nobody else would know Musical numbers anthem Unfold Gounod and a will include Ye Portals by by Spirit by Bben H Bailey sum Mrs W L Bennett At n bers of the Pilgrim Fellowship will leave for Britt where the rally of thp western half of the Mitchell as sociation will be held On Monday evening 7 oclock Boy Scouts Thursday choir rehearsal Friday noon meeting of the Wo mens S Carl son minister EPISCOPAL St Communion 8 a m Church school session m Morning prayer with sermon a m Young peoples fellowship A Kampen pastor Fifth and Jer sey southeast Sunday school at 930 Worship at The sermon will be preached by Maurice Swen son of the Augustana Theological seminary Rock Island 111 Anthem by the church choir The Heavens Are Telling Haydn An offering for foreign missions will be received No evening service The board of trustees will meet Tuesday at Board of deacons Wednesday at 8 Father and Son banquet Friday Confirmation class Tuesday and Thursday at Saturday at T Erholm pastor Our of Jefferson and Twentyfifth southwest Morn ing worship at 8 sermon by Chris tian Lystig of St Paul Music by the vested junior choir Sunday school at 10 Luther League at 30 Friday Confirmation class Satur day at O Umess pastor St Sixth southeast Graded Sunday school at 9 a m Helmer Kapplinger superintendent Ella Woisnak secretary andtreas urerAmerican services at 10 a m Theme Jesus the Good Shepherd will sing I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say by Arthur W Nelson German services at 11 a m Text St John 10 1116 Sen ior league at 7 p m Roll call A Good Thought from the Lutheran Standard On the program will be Pearl Rohr Lorine George and Mel vin Ferr The senior choir will prac tice Friday evening Boys choir Saturday at p m The pastor will attend conference at Grafton Wednesday and Thursday Luther league entertainment May wald E G Mall pastor Answers To Questions on Page 1 1 Honduras 2 Red Oak 3 Shirley Temple 7 4 Moose River 5 Jews and Arabs 6 Harry Stuhldreher one time Notre Dame star 7 Oregon 8 A piece of cord 9 Helen Wills Moody 10 Ethiopia Discharged From Navy and Mrs Martin Larson met their son Melvin Des Moines He has just receive his discharge from the navy He anc his brother Everett who will also arrive next week have been sta tioned on the battleship Arizona Adjourn Receivership Hearing DES MOINES 5VThe receiv ership hearing of the Union Mutua Life company of Iowa was adjourn ed until Monday The Scots Pocket Where does a lefthanded So keep hia money Why in his righ hand pocket of NewsPress Clarence Sunday school C superintendent 30 p Rev arker officiating EVANGELICAL Grace 1400 Adams rtbwest Baker orning service for worship eetirig of the three groups of oung folks evening service eeting of the board of stewards ter the services Monday at 8 clock the monthly business and cial meeting of the senior league Wednesday at midweek serv e in charge of the W M S Thurs ay at W M Sgroup rally the Evangelical church at Nora a m Prelude Lu cille Gravlie Processional junior choir and anthem Beautiful Sav iour Malmin by junior choir Ser mon Saved by Grace Ephesians 2 410 Sunday school and Bible hour at a m J C Odden su perintendent Morning service at a m Prelude Mrs J 0 Gilbertson Processional senior choir Sermon Saved by Grace Ephesians 2 410 L L Fireside Hour p m Topic Enlight ened by the Spirit John 14 26 Topic leader DuaneFollmuth Jun ior Luther league organization meeting Monday at p m Scripture reading Donald Rholl Duet Beautiful Saviour F Mel ius Christiansen by Maxine Lind say and Ruth Wigdahl Bible read ing Esther Wik Violin solo Ellen Betty Christiansen Topic The Guidance of God Lillian Olson Re marks by Mrs 0 L N Wigdahl junior league adviser Election of officers Social hour Luncheon hostesses Lillian Olson Maxine Lindsay and Ruth Wigdahl Con firmation class Tuesday at p m Saturday at 8 p m and O circle entertained by Mrs H Bamman 1226 N President Wed nesday at p m General Ladies Aid Thursday at p m Topic In Memorium and Life Member ship Hostesses Mrs D C Her rick Mrs J I Wik Mrs John Pet erson and Miss Minnie Lien Junior choir Thursday at p m Board of deacons meet Friday at p m Garfiey circle Friday at p m Hostess Mrs S Sagen 620 South Carolina L N Wigdahl pastor 1615 North Delaware avenue Sunday school at 9 a m Mrs W Parsons superintendent Miss Hannah Schonhood parish worker Morning worship at a m Processional and Junior choir Sermon Saved by Grace Ephesians 2 410 Luther league at p m Calvary Guild Friday at 2 p m No evening serv ice this L N Wigdahl pastor METHODIST church school Mens class in courthouse Queen Esthers in P G and B church of youth Talk by Dr Flynn morning worship Organ sounds at Sermon Shadows Special music Prelude in F Read Ave Maria Schubert March Aber nathy Mrs Patchen Hark Hark My Soul Shelley Mrs Maudsley and choir The Prayer Perfect Stenson girls E Flynn minister Sixth street southwest Sunday school morn ing worship evening evangel istic service Tuesday evening mens prayer meeting in the WilliamCo burn home at Coulter Womans prayer circle Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock in the E H Kirby home at 252 Sixth street southeast Church prayer meeting Thursday evening at Young peoples prayer hour and Bible study Friday evening in the W Schmidt minister Zion 10 a m morning worship and sermon theme The Harvest of Fear 11 a m church school Carl Gmpp superintendent At Olivet 10 a in church school C K Kinney super intendent a m morning wor ship and sermon Theme The Har vest of Fear There will be no young peoples service in either church on account of the rally at Cedar Falls For the same reason there will be no evening service at Olivet The annual mother and daughter banquet will be held Wed nesday evening atthe Olivet Galbreth minis 8n PRESBYTERIAN school F W Vorhies superintendent Morning worship 11 In the absence of the Rev G K Davies Bud Conlon will be the speaker Mrs Fitz will sing a solo Young people at Friday the circles will meet at the follow in places East Mrs Falco south Mrs Bamber central Mrs Rasmus sen west Mrs Buche and Forest Park Mrs A 0 Scott East school 10 a m Morning worship 11 a m W L Dibble will preach MISCELLANEOUS Alliciance Gospel 616 Delaware avenue northeast The Sunday morning sermon subject is essential details in Christian experi ence as typified by the tabernacle in the wilderness The evening topic of the future and how to is characteristics tribulation period escape The Ladies Missionary band will meet Wednesday afternoon at the Rev PE Freligh pastor Jehovahs Van Buren avenue at Bible study Subject Kingdom In terests What Part Do Great Multi tudes Have in These Church of the West State street South p Church school prings Sunday evening May 3 E Olson Northwood will show urda p m Sixth and seventh grades Sat at a m Senior choir a m morning worship 11 a m N Y P S 7 p m evening service p m The church plans to begin a revival meeting Sunday with the Rev E M Vaught of Hot Springs Ark in charge There will be special music and singing each evening by the Rev and Mrs Kin dred and also the church trio Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day room Y M C A 10 a m church school 11 a m O B Snuggins in charge HORTON APPEARS TO SEEK RETRIAL Convicted Wife Poisoner Is Confident Fleshier in Cheerful Mood BEDFORD flesh er and in a cheerful mood Floyd iorton convicted wife poisoner ap jeared here Saturday to seek a re rial from District Judge Homer A Fuller Sheriff T V Lacy of Taylor coun ty brought the prisoner here late Friday from the Pottawattamie county jail where he was brought after his trial No longer worn and haggard from the strain of the sensational two weeks trial Horton still maintained his innocence Im not guilty he said Its that old woman He referred to Mrs Anna John ston his buxom widow paramour who is serving a life term for com plicity in Mrs Hortons poison death Horton had gained considerable weight during his stay in jail at Council Bluffs His 24 cellmates commented on his changed mental attitude who for days following the trial was observed closely to pre vent a suicide attempt Found guilty by a district court jury of 11 men and 1 woman Hor ton was sentenced to life imprison ment Judge Fuller presided at his trial HOCMTENCE SET FOR MONDAY eclared Guilty of Second Degree Murder in Bahns Tavern Slaying DAVENPORT guilty of second degree murder in the slay ing of Elmer Banns after a drinking party Emil Hocke 26 will be sen tenced Monday District Judge F D Kelsey ruled Hocke guilty here Friday after a hearing to determine the degree o guilt Hocke had pleaded guilty this week as a jury was being selected to try him The slaying occurred the night o Feb 29 outside a beer tavern here Visitor From California L Boyd of On tario Cal visited niece Mrs J A Zweifel in Corwth MfiNY CITIES TO GO ON NEW TIME Clocks to Be Moved Up Hour in New York and Other Towns Over U S By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The clock hands will be moved up an hour at 2 a m Sunday in many cities and towns of the United States and daylight saving time will become effective In most of these communities clocks will be an hour fast com pared with standard time until 2 i m Sept 27 the last Sunday in when clocks will be set back an hour The towns and cities NEWSPAPERMEN MAKE CHECKUP Italy Votes More Money for War and Great Britain Plans Taxes NEWS OF THE WEEK By The Associated Press The men who dally record in print for Americas millions the happen ings of the world gathered in New York the past week to take stockof their craft Appropriately as newspaper pub lishers assembled their farflung publications were mirroring events emphasizing particularly the role of the newspaper as a chronicle of cur rent history Italy appropriated more money for war Great Britain planned new taxes to finance the construction of war engines the United States wrestled with a tax problem born partly of another kind of conflict economic stress Italys dictator directed troops fought in Bast Africa college stu dents celebrated peace day under a democratic form of government on American campuses History repeated was a fight to save the lives of three men en tombed In Nova Scotia gold mine two were rescued one died News paper libraries held the story of Kentuckys Floyd Collins A Free Press tial election year The varied political AWAITS FILING OF SLAYING CHARGES Wemett Faces Murder or Manslaughter Trial in Dubuque Killing DUBUQUE to connec tion with the roadside slaying of Mike Carabine 53 year old farm Donald Wemett 27 awited The newspaper publishers wit tingly supplied their own contrast for current history A demand for continued freedom of the press as opposed to censorship abroad The American heritage of a free press is no better exemplified than by a newspapers liberty to comment on political trends in this a preaiden interpreta tions put on the weeks events in the national capital carved in relief the American newspapers jealously guarded right to express its opin ions The major political parties were snarply at issue over the adminis trations new tax bill sent to the floor of the house with the blessing of the ways and means committee A democratic spokesman termed the bills most important feature a tax on undistributed corporation pro fits fundamental justice the re publican minority called it a threat to the stability of business and employment Relief Is Dramatized The governments greatest single dramatized in nations newspapers in simple recitation of related events In Washington treasury figuresshow ed it would require almost a billion dollars more than President Roose velt had asked congress1 to appro tennination of the leftist govern ment to put down monarchism and fascism arid maintain the popular front In selection of presidential eelctors A distraught league of nations conceding peace efforts had failed watched Emperor Haile Selassie ot Ethiopia fight to save his capital from invasion by Premier Musso linis armies cheering Romans cele brated the 26S9th anniversary of the eternal citys founding Riotg in Palestine involving Jews and Arabs had their roots in the leagues assignment of the country as a mandate to Britain In 1922 confirming the Balfour declaration to establish there a national home for the Jewish people A Temple Aged Seven Actress Shirley Temple blew out seven candles on a birthday cake Five persons including Ellis H Parker Jr son of the Burlington county N J detective who figured prominently in the Lindbergh case were indicted by a Brooklyn grand jury on charges of kidnaping Paul H Wendel attorney who con fessed to the Hopewell kidnaping Allentown Pa police arrested a man on a charge of abducting Hen ry Koch 10 the boy effected his own escape Representative Zloncheek of Washington was locked up by Dis trict of Columbia police a short time during a gusty hearing of a speed ing charge against him San Francisco longshoremen and ship operators settled their differen ces shipping was resumed Quints Go TTnspanked A greataunt of the Dionne quin tuplets Miss Grace Demers volun teered at Niagara Falls N Y that they had never been spanked Pope Pius told a convention of writers that motion picture regula tion was necessary to keep it in lines where it ought to Frederick H Harvey vice presi dent and general manager of ares taurant chain died with his wife when their airplane crashed in the Alleghany mountains Died Dr Elmer T Merrill latin scholar John T Buckbee represen tative from Illinois Miss Alexan dria Carlisle actress Armstead R Holcombe newspaper man Dr George E Dawson psychologist Robert Glendenning financier Dr John H House educator the filing of charges against him Saturday County Attorney John Duffy was deliberating whether to file murder or manslaughter charges Sheriff Tom Rvder said Wemett confessed he fought with Carabine over who a taxi in j Peil Jr night spots about Du buque Coroner C C Coady said Cara bines face had been cut and bruised in several places The victim struck his head on the pavement and suf fered a fractured skull A deputy sheriff found Carabine s body along a highway near here Thursday night would which pay the fare in they and George Donald Wemett 27 year old Dubuquer with a long police rec ord is shown above as he suc cessfully dodged the camera after he admitted to Sheriff T J Ryder that he killed Mike Carabine 53 year old farm laborer The pic ture was snapped in the Dubuque county jail Friday Wemett con fessed that he killed Carabine on highway No 30 on the outskirts of Dubuque following a drinking brawl Thursday night George Peil 20 of Dubuque below was a witness to the kill ing of Carabine according to Sheriff Ryder Peil was with Car abine and Wemett when they made the rounds of several beer taverns The slaying was the cul mination of a dispute over a taxi bill Iowa Daily Press Photo WEEKEND SKIES WILL BE CLOUDY Cooler Weather Forecast in Central East Portions of State DES MOINES skies will be mostly cloudy the weatherman forecast Saturday and it will be some cooler in the cen tral and east portions Satuday night but not below freezing Clouds mantled most of the state Saturday morning and in the north east section there were some show ers Charles City reporting 08 of an inch of rain Dubuque 02 The high temperature Friday was 78 at Council Bluffs the low early Saturday 35 at Inwood priate to keep WPA operating at its present pace during the next fiscal year In Trenton New Jerseys capital jobless men and women took control of legislative chambers to force a special session to cope with the re lief problem the lawmakers were adjourned Montana and Colorado emulated Florida and Los Angeles in taking steps to frustrate the in filtration of persons without sup port In San Francisco the relief prob lem was the chief topic before a regional meeting of the United States conference of mayors Statesmens Seer Current history too was the death of Louis McHenry Howe a slight self effacing personality who had been the presidents personal fnend and advisor for a quarter of a cen tury The east room on the white house was a funeral chapel for the man who perhaps had more to do with the career of Mr Roosevelt than Colonel House did with that of Woodrow Wilson Before a senate subcommittee spokesmen for religious and racial social welfare bodies protested what they termed violations of civil liber ties In the senate was introduced a bill providing for Puerto Rican in I dependence To the continental congress of the Daughters of the American Revolu tion who resolved against those they described as enemies of the re New League to Take Side of New Deal WASHINGTON the indorsement of President Roosevelt a newly formed Good Neighbor entered thes pic ture of said it would fight ior site to those of the American Lib erty league bitter critic of the new deal The new league in its salutatory announcement listed several leaders in church educational peace and so cial welfare groups as among the directors Dr Stanley High Protestant cler gyman who recently was engaged by the democratic national commit tee to do organization work is on a three member executive commit tee which the announcement said will have actual direction of the af fairs of the organization Two Other Members The other two members of this committee are Col Patrick Henry allahan of Louisville Ky well nown Catholic layman who ganec ational prominence some years ago a a prohibitionist and Mrs Estelle Sternberger prominent in the eace movement and in Jewish char ies Asked if the organization would ombat the Liberty league Dr igh said Saturday We just intend to go ahead with ur own program and if in advanc ng our ideals which are opposite to iose of the American Liberty eague we should seem to combat tie Liberty league we would nev rtheless go right ahead Ideals of Roosevelt However we have no desire to evive the American Liberty league observing daylight time this summer are in 17 states as far south as Georgia and as far west as Idaho New York City will move the clock up and so will 319 other cities and towns of New York state Chicago will remain on eastern standard time but a number of Il linois communities now using cen tral time will go on daylight sav ins Mrs Hogan Hostess Catholic Ladies guild was entertained by Mrs Clar ence S Hogan Thursday evening Bridge was played with high score going to Mrs Jake Douglas and low to Miss Josephine Yezek Visitor From DCS Moines R C Amos of Das Moines was visiting here for a few days with her husbands mother Mrs Belle Amos and other friends i TEACHERS SEEK RETIREMENT ACT State Association to Work for Pension Measure in Next Legislature DES MOINES ff The Iowa State Teachers association will en deavor to put through the next leg islature a bill providing for a retire ment system for Iowa teachers In making this announcement Secretary Charles FPye declared a questionnaire has been distributed to Iowas 25000 teachers to obtain statistical information as a basis for the proposed retirement pension plan Such systems are now m opera tion in Des Moines Davenport Ce dar Rapids and Sioux City The association plans to ask for a state levy in addition to teachers contributions to support the system Members of the annuity commit tee of the association are A I Nau mann of Davenport L G o West Union N D McCombs o Cherokee and James Rae of Masor City public President Roosevelt address ed an announcement that this coun try will not boost its armaments un less other nations force it to The week in politics saw Senator FrederickC Steiwer of Oregon se lected as keynote speaker for the republican national convention in Jvme Representative Bertrand H Snell of New York was chosen fo permanent chairman Commentator attributed Steiwers selection to th old guards determination that thi convention shall open in harmony untroubled by bickering among th ipirants to the presidential nomi ation Ashes of Empire The pendulum of attention Europe swinging i between Berli ud Rome was poised momentarii ver the Wilhelmstrasse Franc eared Germany would destroy Aus rias independence As the reic elebrated HiUers fortyseventh birthday he was endowed with tr itle supreme war lord once re served to the kaiser Some commentators said tbe fa of French democracy was at stak n Sundays parliamentary election Strikes in Spain were attributed t economic stress coupled with a d which is moribund by combatting of our ideals are those of ranklin D Roosevelt while some he hasnot heard of President Roosevelt Friday re ceived George Foster Peabody Georgia banker and director of the Warm Springs foundation and Miss Lillian D Wald noted New York social worker both of whom were isted as cochairmen of the Good Meigbbor league Indorsed by President The announcement said Mr Roosevelt indorsed the principles of the organization which has just been formed to work for the safe ouarding of the progress already made toward the Good Neighbor ideal and to support those practices in our national and international relationships and those political candidates who give the best hope that progress may be continued The name chosen for the new league recalled the Good Neighbor policy frequently stressed by Pres ident Roosevelt in connection with international and domestic affairs The league announcement issued by Dr High said that human val ues come before property words similar to those used by President Roosevelt in replying to some of his critics ITS NOT N PWT   

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