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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 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 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MAY THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 189 DEFENDED AT LAKE DEDICATION LOCAL SOLOISTS AND ENSEMBLE RECEIVE HONORS Mason City Given Four Superior and Three Excellent Ratings tJ CLEVELAND the Ma son City Iowa high school band put final touches on selections to be presented at oclock Friday night in national class A band com petition with emphasis on absolutely accurate tuning the Mohawk school already bore several honors re ceived in competition of soloists and a small ensemble group Four superior rankings three ex cellents and one good were among the honors in early competition by soloists and a small group Superiors won by Mason Cityans were Bil Pappas clarinet Evelyn Cheesman violin Barbara Scott piano and the miscellaneous small group of string instruments Excellent ratings were attained for Mason City by Melvin Baker alto clarinet Edith Stevens Eng lish horn and Homer Hockenberry oboe Ruth Buehler received a good rating in marimba solo Results on Saturday Information concerning broadcast at the time of Mason Citys playing was not available here Friday after noon Results of band competition will be announced at oclock Saturday afternoon at the program in the stadium Hall Dillon of Northwood receiv ed good ranking in baritone eupho nium solo Inbrass sextet the Iowa City group was rated in division 1 In the woodwind quartet division no ratings were given in division 1 Iowa City rated superior in division 2 Other Iowa students winning su perior were Dorothy Goetsch Ode bolt and Pierce Knox Vintca in the marimba antf xylophone divi sion and Arnold Rudd Sioux City and Robert van Stryland Orange City in the violin division Other lowans High Margaret Lecmon Vinton won first rating in the piccalo division and Gene Kubbard Iowa City won similar honors in the alto clarinet section First rating in the flute division included Rosalie Sadie Dubuque John A Selitz Sigourney and Dor othy Soueek Iowa City In B flat clarinet John Schwenke Sigourney won top ranking in addition to Pap pas of Mason City 28 Bands in Class A Twentytwo of the 28 class A bands entered were to play Friday with the other six playing Saturday morning Class A bands are from schools having an enrollment of more than 750 students in which classification Mason City falls Competition for class B and C bands those from schools with en rollments of less than 750 and 250 completed Thurs day None of the ratings on the more than tJO bands entered will be an nounced until late Saturday after In the solo and ensemble contests more than 600 young musicians from 22 states participated In several of these contests the inrleps picked out one or two names to designate rec ommendations for The sponsors of the tournament do not offer scholarships but the designa tions are made for the guidance of music schools wishing to offer them The recommendations included Alto clarinet Gene Hubbard Iowa CityT drum Marion Berryman Wat erloo flute Rosalie Radle Dubuque Marching Troops Foreshadow Far East Strife ON THE INSIDE District Track Meet at Stadium Saturday ON PAGE 9 Employment Showing Gams in Mason City ON PAGE 11 Hill Says Iowa WPA Has Record of Achievement ON PAGE 11 Highway Board Lawyer Dies Following Mishap ON PAGE 2 Former Relief Head Gets Directed Verdict ON PAGE 16 Wife Gets Money but j Hubby Keeps Fishing j Tackle With Divorce WATERLOO A divorce granted by Judge G W Wood na tional president of the Izaak Wal ton league Friday gave Mrs Erma Garthoff a bank deposit auto mobile household goods and other items but she must let her husband P W Garthoff have his fishing tackle and shotgun The courts or der also directs Garthoff to give his former wife her fishing pole Ted Healy of Films Betty Hickman Wed YUMA J Ted Healy ur faced film comedian and Betty Hickman 21 Santa Monica married here early Friday af ter a midnight airplane elopement from Hollywood Healy aroused Superior Judge Hency C Kelly to perform the cere mony which was attended by Jack Marcus the actors manager TWO CONVICTS ARE CAPTURED Three Hostages Freed Alive Six Prison Fugitives Still at Large ANTLERS of the desperate convicts who made a bloody dash from the Oklahoma State penitentiary were recaptured near here early Friday shortly af ter three hostages were released alive Six of the fugitives who killed a prison brick yard foreman at the start of their spectacular dash across southeastern Oklahoma re mained at large with manhunters of three states hot on their trail in this rugged corner of the Kiamichi mountains Reported Surrounded Four of them divided into pair were reported surrounded in the Antlers vicinity with a posse of 50 officers closing in and another pair was believed trapped in a mountain stretch near the Arkansas state line Only a few minutes before offi cers came upon the farmhouse lair of the fugitives four of the long term convicts released Tuck Cope Victor Conn prison guards and Wilburn Doaks a cowboy who had been kidnaped while out rounding up the cows Stabbed in Neck Cope had been stabbed in the neck and had lost much blood The other hostages joined in the chase which resulted in the capture of Bill An derson 30 and Archie Herring 25 both serving terms for robbery Shouting weve got our hands the two convicts surrendered to four officers who were walking ahead of the bloodhounds in the woods a half mile west of here Hold Up Streetcar DES MOINES armed bandits held up a streetcar here ob taining 519 belonging to the street car company and S16 from the car operator L W Curtis JAPANESE ARMY LANDS ANOTHER IN CHINA League Loses Member Changes in British Cabinet Seen I BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Troops marched again in the far east the league of nations lost an other member and rumors of British I cabinet changes flew in London Fri day Japans determined army landed troops in China reinforcing its Tientsin and Peiping garrisons The Chinese fearful that Italys Ethio pian victory had spurred new Nip ponese dreams of conquest predict ed a new campaigner the ultimate seizure of China Little Guatemala which had par ticipated iittle in affairs at Geneva uf late informed the league it was following the example of Germany and Japan Dvie for Changes Guatemala quit the league council five years ago for financial rea sons The British cabinet with one of its members now being named at a judicial inquiry into a budget leak was reported in some quarters to be due for important changes One of these rumored shifts would bring Sir Samuel of the controverted FrancoBritish plan for Ethiopian into the cab inet airfirst iordof Sir Samuel quit as foreign secre tary in the uproar over the peace plan he wrote in collaboration with Pierre Laval then Frances premier The plan which would have granted Premier Mussolini part of the coun try which he subsequently seized in its entirety was given a hasty bur ial by the league Clamp on Speculation Official Italy put a clamp on spec ulation concerning the new fascist empires suspended collaboration with the league The Bank of Italy moved to reorganize Ethiopian fi nances Future policy toward Italy and Germany was discussed by Captain Anthony Eden Britains dashing yoyng foreign secretary and Leon Blum the socialist who probably will be the premier of leftist France rext month And in Austria Prince Ernst von Starhemberg ousted from the gov ernment by Chancellor Kurt Schus chnigg promised the world will hear from the his pri vate army in about a CHINESE SEE CAMPAIGN OF ULTIMATE CONQUEST CopyriRht 1036 by The Associated TIENTSIN Japan ese army landed troops from four transports Friday in a move ment described by the Chinese as part of a campaign encouraged by the Italian seizure of Ethiopia for ultimate conquest of China The troops were destined imme diately for strengthening Japan ese garrisons in the North China cities of Tientsin and Peiping A portion of rhe reinforcements proceeded immediately to Peiping to strengthen the Japanese garri son in that ancient Chinese capital raising the number of troops there to 600 Quartered in Tientsin The main body of the newcom ers was quartered in barracks of the Japanese concession in Tientsin bringing the total strength of this garrison to nearly The fresh troops belong to the Kawabe bri gade of the fifth division Japan informed the United States and other foreign embassies in Peiping of the amazing increases in the garrisons only yesterday when they were already a fait accompli The arrival of the reinforcements today was believed by Chinese to presage an ultimate coming of a full Japanese army division of 000 men Start Buying Lands Simultaneously as part of its plan to militarize the whole of North China Japan has starts buying extensive lands in the Taku area in the vicinity of the old forts about that town in North Chinas Hopeh province The Japanese also are planning construction of a modern four lane highway from Taku at the mouth of the Pei river to Tientsin and are building extensive new barracks and aviation fields in Tientsin Japan now has a total of troops south of the great wall 000 north of the great wall and sev eral thousand at Kalgan Dolonor and other points of inner Mongolia Hordes of Fishermen at Clear Lake as 1936 Season Opens was a sad day for the fish In Clear Lake as myriads of fishermen dotted the as they sallied forth to take advantage of the fishing seasons opening Friday The picture shownabove was taken from the island near Bayside park facing eastl Jack Stevens conservation officer is shown in the foreground checking tip on the sportsmens fishing licenses Freiberg left and Clarence Pease both of Clear Lake are shown proudly exhibiting their haul of fish which they obtained a few hours1 after the season was officially opened Friday morning Lock Photos Kayenay Engravings PWA Assigned Back Seat in Program of Next Year Organization Will Be on Smaller Scale Says F R VERDICT FOR SI IN LOVE SUIT Lawyer of Woman Seeking of Negro Hails Moral DES MOINES A district court jury of six white women and six white men awarded heart balm Friday to Alice V Piper white nurse who sued Dr Alvin Jef ferson Negro physician for ciaiming he promised to marry her and then cast her aside for a woman of his own race It is a moral declared M R Carl Negro attorney for the 33 year old red haired nurse who S Joe Brown Dr Jeffersons Negro counsel told the jury is neither moral nor There is nothing I can sighed the nurse daughter of a Bon durant Iowa physician who con tended the 60 year old Negro physi cian made a love toy of her for nine years Dr Jefferson termed a master lover by the nurses attorney was not present when the jury verdict returned sealed Thursday night af ter eight hours of deliberation was read in court Miss declared her attor ney is a victim of circumstances If she and Dr Jefferson had been of the same race Im sure the dam ages would have been Polish Premier and His Cabinet Resign WARSAW 3KPrmier Marjan Zyndram Kosclalkowski and his cabinet resigned Friday President Moscicki immediately assigned Gen Felicyan Slawog Skladkowski to form a new govern ment as premier WASHINGTON back seat in the new deal works program for the next fiscal year wag assigned by President Roosevelt Friday to public works and resettlement administrations Amid congressional controversy as to whether part of the proposed new relief fund should be earmarked for these agen cies he said in press conference that lie planned to use some of the mon ey to continue both organizations on a somewhat smaller scale The ap propriation will be for the year starting July 1 Mr Roosevelt emphasized that workers on municipal projects under the curtailed PWA program would have to be taken from relief rolls Harry L Hopkins PWA scheduled to spend the bulk of the relief fund would check up on PWA projects too Tax Fight Goes On This development overshadowed for the time being the continuing tax struggle Behind closed doors of a senate committee room several proposed compromises on the Roosevelt tax program were pon dered Another senate committee on for eign relations approved the naval treaty signed recently by represen tatives of the United States France and Great Britain Limiting the size of certain types of warships but not the number it will be considered on the senate floor Monday Chairman Harrison of the finance committee conceded it might not be able to reach an agree ment on revision of the house tax bill and that the whole bewildering subject might have to be fought out on the senate floor Fate Held Uncertain Administraion leaders in the sen ate had abandoned President Roose velts suggestion to repeal all exist ing corporate taxes They concen trated on a battle to save what they term the philosophy of his program to lay a graduated tax on undis tributed corporation earnings On the existing flat taxes on net corporation income the presidents lieutenants hopes to superimpose a surtax applied against undistrib uted profits This compromise how ever faced opposition and its fate was considered uncertain TteWeather FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Friday night and Saturday somewhat warmer Saturday and in west and south portions Friday night MINNESOTA Partly cloudy in south unsettled in north possi bly showers In northwest late Friday night or Saturday and In northeast Saturday somewhat warmer in northwest Friday night and Saturday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock FrMay morning Maximum Thursday 72 Minimum in Night 51 At 8 A M Friday 55 IOWAN CHARGED WITH ROBBERY Annapolis Student From Des Moines Arrested After Inn Holdup ANNAPOLIS trate Harrison M Sandrock of Round Bay held Ferdinand Henry Noble 20 of Des Moines Iowa spe cial student at St Johns college in bond Friday on a charge of assault with intent to rob John Y Hall at an inn Magistrate Sandrock continued the hearing until next Thursday to give the case further consideration Amos W W Woodcock president of St Johns who represented Noble said he would have to leave the college as soon as the law was through with him Capt Douglas L Howard U S N retired Dean of St Johns col lege said Noble left the United States naval academy in February and enrolled as a special student at St Johns JOHNSTON SAYS PROJECT ONE OF Board of Conservation Attends Iowa WPA Head Speaks CLEAR the construction of the retaining wall promenade and boat pier is de posit in the National Bank of Na Alan Johnston assistant WPA administrator at Washington main speaker at the dedication of the project here Friday afternoon came to the defense of the works progress administration against criti cisms of extravagance and that the program is a L S Hill Iowa WPA adminis trator also was a speaker at the dedication ceremony which was at tended by the conservation commis sion state and local officials and a large number of others Mrs Henry Frankel chairman of the state conservation commission was also a speaker at the dedica tion Dr A B Phillips mayor of Clear Lake presided Employed A total of men are now employed on WPA projects in Iowa with the Clear Lake improvement one of in operation according to Mr Johnston Fortytwo per cent of the funds expended have gone into the repair of streets and roads 9 per cent into parks and recreational centers and 13 per cent into waterworks and sewers he Although costing more to operate than the dole system the WPA has something to show for its expendi ture while direct relief would have nothing lefVhe said The complaint of extravagance isnt compatible with the criticism of an Iowa senator who said the poor people were being fed canned dog food the Washington official added A Natural Gift Clear Lake a natural gift im paired by thoughtless exploitation and neglect is being restored in part at least to its original said Mr Johnston We see in it to day a potential source of pleasure and benefit to you and your neigh bors throughout the years The destructive carp which re duced the game fish population has been removed this splendid lake wall and pier is being erected for your benefit and when this work is completed there will for the first time be a public entrance to the shores of the lake where rich and poor old and young may seek and find wholesome recreation Those of us who live in the east look to Iowa as a real pioneer in the field of conservation You lowans appreciate better than your sister states the value ofwildlife re sources You have been doing a splendid job of conservation and I see in this project sponsored by the authorities of your own state an other step forward in the long way toward the restoration of the streams and lakes and hunting grounds that thoughtless genera tions have so carelessly depleted Investment in Nature This restoration of natural re sources represents if you will an investment a deposit of capital in the National Bank of Nature that will return dividends that our chil dren and our childrens children may enjoy It will pay dividends in future years in healthy bodies wholesome minds and sound char acters In your great state which I am informed possesses such a high per centage of the grade A land in the United States there are more than unemployed people who are finding work on WPA projects Clear Lake represents one of the projects which were selected to be put into operation in Iowa Throughout your state are the remaining projects on which your unemployed fellow citizens are earning a living and adding to the wealth of your state in terms of a better environment for you and your children and grandchildren He Answers Critic We have all heard the criticism that has been heaped upon WPA The charges made consist of allega tions of waste extravagance and useless expenditures of federal mon eys And I seem to recall a murmer to the effect that WPA is a political racket Lets look at the record in Iowa and see how useless and extrava gant are the projects here in your own state Fortytwo per cent of the WPA money spent in your atate goes Jot repair and construction of roads and recreation alfacilities aucbai this project con sume per cent of yourstate to tal of WPA expenditures Water
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