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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 11, 1937, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLIII FWE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED PRESS FUL1 IJiASED WIRES MASON GITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 11 1937 CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 211 MPSON HEADS IOWAS LAWYERS LOOK INSIDE FOR ERNEST ALDRICH SIMPSON Receives Apology From Woman Who Gossiped PAGE 2 STRIKE STEEL FIRM OFFICIALS IN CONFERENCE Walkout Spreads March Monroe Michigan Is Called Off YOUNGSTOWN Ohio Representatives of the Steel Workers Organizing committee and two strike beset stee com panies sat down Friday at a con ference called by Gov Martin L Davey of Ohio in an effort to in augurate a settlement of the na tions most extensive steel tieup since 1919 The Ohio governor said the con ference at Columbus Ohio would insession until a reason able and fair basis of settlement is He declared he would invite the union representatives and the delegates of Republic Steel corporation and Youngstown Sheet and Tube company to re main several days at his execu tive mansion if necessary The conference began only a few hours before an S W O C strike was ordered into effect at the Cambria plant of Bethle hem Steel independent producer in the Uni ted States and hitherto unaffected by the walkout which has mao men idle Postal Probe Ordered Meanwhile the senate postoffice committee ordered a broad pre liminary inquiry of charges steel strikers interfered with mail ad dressed to strike besieged plants and of the activities of steel com panies The committee decidu1 to call witnesses on both points As Republic Steel corporation resumed operations in its Monroe plant in the wake of a tear gas attack upon pickets the UniBrother of Missing Woman ted Automobile W orkers scheduled a gigantic mass meeting there Sunday to protest breaking of the lines A projected march on Monroe fay C I O workers was called off earlier in the day STONY BROOK N Martin Halts Caravan report that contact had been cs Homer Martin nationa prcsi1 tablished with the kidnapers of dent of the C I O United Aui Mrs Alice McDonnell Parsons tomobile Workers ended a moj spread Friday after a taxicab driver went to her home here and conferred with her husband Wil liam H Parsons The cabman drove away with in a few minutes He was followed I by an automobile carrying a man reported to be Mrs Parsons brother Frank McDonnell Po lice and detectives on the grounds prevented newspapermen and photographers from following the Two Auto Thieves Beat Iowa Officer and Flee Former Bookkeeper at Leland Given Sentence PAGE 8 North Iowa Clubs to Play Heavy Schedule j PAGE 9 CONTACT HINTED IN KIDNAP CASE Leaves Husbands Home in Taxicab PICTURE ON PAGE tor caravan procession to Mon roe from Pontiac where automobile workers declared an industrial holiday to protest routing of pickets Thursday night from a Republic Steel sub sidiary at Monroe The vanguard of approximately 750 automobile workers turned back from their rallying point ten miles north of Monroe after cars were halted at the city limits by sheriffs deputies and special of ficers They left 34 persons in cluding two women in the Mon roe county jai as the result of clashes with heavily armed law authorities Workers Affected David Watkins S W O C sub regional director estimated of the employes in Bethle hems vast Cambria mill would be affected by the strike order Other plants of Bethlehem which has refused to sign a C I O contract ind is generally believed to be the next on the unions list were not affected by the order night sticks and tear gar to drive back pickets and permit reopening of the New ton Steel company at Monroe Gov Frank Murphy of Michigan ordered preparations for quick mobilization of the national guard and state police and then awaited developments in the bloody strike for signed contracts from three major steel makers Union Leaders Confer The first development came quickly when Martin urged aban donment of the march on Monroe as American Legionnaires and oth er special police with rifles and shotguns turned back a score of automobiles the vanguard of procession at Monroes northern outskirts Martin hurried from Detroit to Pontiac to confer with union mem bers and then dispatched a dele gation of 25 to Monroe to appeal against the plan as these and oth er motorists gathered about 10 miles north of the city The U A W A leader also sought to have the Pontiac industrial holiday abandoned cars Officers patroling the region professed to have no knowledge of the reason for the cabs trip cr McDonnells hasty departure New York License cab bearing a New York ciy license plate and occupied vrjly by the driver entered the rounds of the 11 acre Parsons form at about 10 a m The driver i entered the house and a few min ute later emerged followed by McDonnell I The activity occurred after federal and state investigators had withdrawn to Stony Brook to leave Parsons free to negotiate directly for the return of his 38 i year old social registerite wife I held for ransom Goes About Duties Parsons his eyes red from lack of sleep and his face and manner giving indication of his extreme nervousness and w o r r y went about his farm duties Friday morning automatically Hc talked to reporters who went to the house after abstain ing from visits throughout the night in deference to the fam ilys wishes to give the kidnapers a chance to make some contact with the house I am in a jam an awful Parsons said Someone asked him what he meant am in a he repeated shaking his head An awful But he declined to discuss this statement further NO SHOTS TAKE EFFECT BATTLE STAGED Police and County Officials Combing All Roads Out of Iowa City IOWA CITY City j and Johnson county officials aided by state highway patrolmen responding to an appeal over the Iowa police radio network were seeking two car thieves on all rnads out of Iowa City Friday af ternoon following agun battle here about noon in which one police of ficer was beaten Ben A Hauber the officer was released from University hospital late Friday after treatment for j face injuries inflicted in the handj tohand fight with the thieves who j escaped following the battle j Called to Garage j Hauber had been called to the j garage which is not far from the i business district where the car was held when one of the men called for it shortly before noon A gur battle followed as another bandit not known to be present by Officer Hauber came to the aid of his companion covered by the gun of the officer None of the shots fired by the officer or the armed bandit took effect as the participants in the gunfight dodged around behind trees and cars in the neighborhood Hauber was overpowered by the pair when he had emptied his gun and was seeking cover to refill it Beaten Over Head He was beaten over the head by a gun in the hands of one of the bandits both of whom fled the scene of the shooting and fight immediately afterward At first it had been thought that Hsuber had been creased by one of the ban dits bullets The men were believed to have fled northward from Iowa City in a 1936 light grey Chevrolet se dan bearing the license number 528695 the bureau reported Cars licensed in Johnson coun ty bear the 52 number The state motor vehicle department saidthe number 528695 had not been is sued in Johnson cour ly up to June i ROES GARAGE MAN SHOTS TRADED WITH SHERIFF KELLERTON men in a large sedan resembling the gang which Thursday exchanged gunfire with officers at Harlan held up and robbed Jimmy Mead ows Kellerton garage man of early Friday Sheriff O K Knigh at Mount Ayr said the men went to Mead 600 Attend 43rd Annuai Banquet at Armory Members of the Iowa State Bar association and their wives are shown above at the banquet of their fortythird annual convention attended the dinner and program Thursday night at in Mason City Seated at the speakers table the dais right Byron L Sifford Sioux City John B Sanborn St Paul Judge of the Umted States circuit court Matthew Tovce Minneapolis judge of U S district court Charles A Dewey Washington Iowa judge of U S district court Will F Riley DCS MoinesS Thorns Fort Dodge judge of the U S circuit court of appeals Pryor Burlington president of the state bar association Mason Ladd Iowa City secretary Of the Lsociation BurtJ City Edward R Boyle Clear Lake George O Harlan Herbert Hoffman Dubuque who acted as leader for the community singing and his accompanist Lock photo Kayenay here from Greenwich ows home in Kellertcn and told him they wanted a fan belt for their car They had stopped at the j x garage which was crosed Scare His Home They searched Meadows home and then returned with him to the garage On the way they picked up Francis Virccn of Kel lerton who was near the AMELIA LANDS AT FORT LAMY Reports Flying Over Herd of Hippopotami on African Hop FORT LAMY Africa Amelia Earhart on her leisurely flight around the world arrived Gao at p m time Friday a garage The gang bound both men with rope in the rear of the garage searched the building and took 525 from Meadows the sheriff reported Meadows said driving a large the men were sedan without Steamer Ready to Rescue Residents of Flooded Alaska Town JUNEAU Alsaka steamer Jeanne was standing by at Tulsequah Friday ready to take out the towns 200 residents if flood waters of the Taku river continue to rise Pilot AJex Ifold eii flew over the town and said virtually every home was sur rounded by water Auto Hits Log at 90 Miles an Hour and Things Happen POTLATCH Idaho car traveling 90 miles an hour struck a log and the following things happened The machine hurtled through the air 47 feet It struck a 16inch tree several feet above the ground and snapped it off The motor sailed 60 feet from the chassis The rear spare tire slammed into the front seat when the body folded like an accordion Pat Kilfoyl driver and Robert Stevenson stepped license plates and asked him for tires and radios He said his garage carries neither Without License Plates Sheriff Grover Philson at Har lan reported that three or four men in a large sedan without li cense plates opened fire on him early Thursday near Harlan when he tried to stop them for a traffic violation The men escaped on a side road as the sheriff returned fire State bureau of investigation of ficials who made a radio broad cast of the holdup here said they i believed one gang was responsible I for both crimes Iowa officers were warned to watch for then1 Kellerton is 10 miles east of Mount Ayr Hearings Resumed on Murder Charge in Poolhall Death IDA GROVE were resumed Friday in the case of Albert Hillman 40 Ida Grove trucker charged with the murder of Clifton C Watts 40 of Arthur Eight persons testified Thurs day The hearing is being con ducted in Justice of the Peace C A Van Griethuysens court Watts died of a broken neck af ter a fight in an Ida Grove pool hall Police said Hillman told them he struckWatts and the lat ter fell breaking his neck Miss Earhart averaged 135 miles an hour over on one of the most difficult sections of her flight across Africa She was obliged to fly low to follow the few land marks and was hampered by dense vapors arising from the for ests Nearing Fort Lamy she flew over a herd of hippopotami in the Chari river Three Frenchmen comprising the crew of the Fort Lamy airport sheltered her plane in the only hangar Miss Earhart had lunch at the home of Field Commander L E Thomas The plane was to be refueled after sunset because of the intense heat The Weather FORECAST IOWA Cloudy showers prob able in west Friday night or by Saturday and in east beginning Friday night or Saturday slightly warmer in central and east Friday night somewhat cooler Saturday in west and north MINNESOTA Cloudy Friday night and Saturday showers probable slightly warmer in ex treme southeast Friday night somewhat cooler Saturday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at B a m Friday Minimum In Night At 8 A M Friday New Iowa Bar President TWO MEN ROB CIVIL WAR VET 48 63 had definitely returned to North Iowa Friday with the second clear sunshiny day and the wind from the south During the however the mercury had droppedbelow 50 the seventh consecutive day Burt J Thompson Forest City who was elected president of the Iowa State Bar association at the closing session of the con vention here Friday afternoon will speak over KGLO at oclock Friday evening Hannen Family Has Troubles Bunched JOLLEY came not as single spies but in bat talions Wednesday for the Veno Hannens One son 6 suffered a broken leg while playing with a pony another son Emmet 10 got some poison ivy and Eer nardine 9 was strick enwith appendicitis Pope Suffers Much From Hot Weather Hit SoninLaw With Gun Take From 95 Year Old lowan HAMBURG Authorities Friday sought two armed men who entered che C N Miller home here Thursday night and robbed Wil liam Hydinger 95 Civil war vet eran of 300 Hydinger is the father of Mrs Miller The Millers told officers one of the bandits struck Miller over the head witha gun inflicting a pain ful scalp wound Miller said he attempted to resist the robbers Locked in Basement Before leaving the home the robbers locked the Millers their SOD arid daughterinlaw Mr and Mrs and Hydinger in the basement Lyle Millerbroke down a door and notified authori Officers said only Mrs Miller was awake when the bandits knocked on the door She said the men represented themselves to be government agents and pushed past her saying they wanted to search the house for a Others Awakened The men then awakened the others in the house and after striking Miller brushed aside Hydingers feeble efforts at re sistance and escorted the members of the family into the basement In a quick search of the house the robbers had no difficulty in locating the place where Hydinger had put his money They also took gun belonging to the veteran Hydinger was not struck Authorities said the men ap parently were familiar with the fact that Hydinger often carried a large sum of money Neighbors told officers they had seen a car pass by the Miller home several times during the evening A third man is believed to have remained hi the car while the others entered the house CASTEL GANDOLFO close to the Italy papal household said Friday that the pope had suffered greatly from therecent hot mugfjy weather lowered his spirits and made him appear older and more v It wasTepprtedthepope suffers from insomnia RECOVERS FROM INJURIES DUBUQtfE Lillian Shannon 53 West Roxbury is recovering here from in juries suffered when the car in which she was riding was in volved in a collision with a car driven by Michael Gudenksuf Mrs Shannon broken hip and head lacerations 1938 SESSIONS WILL BE HELD AT DES MOINES Thomas and Bogert Speak Roosevelt Court Plan Is Opposed Burt J Thompson Forest City was elected president of the Iowa State Bar association at the closing session of the convention held at the Surf at Clear Lake Friday af ternoon Mr Thompson succeeds J C Pryor Burlington Henry C Shull Sioux City was chosen vice president and Ma son Ladd Iowa City was re elected secretarytreasurer Des Moines was awarded the 1938 convention by a three to one vote of the executive committee Marshalltown and Sioux City had also entered bids for next years meeting New Executive Committee The new executive committee was elected as follows A G Kistle Council Bluffs Frederic M Miller Des Moines Clyde McFar lin Montezuma Judge Henry N Graven Greene H C Cartwrigbt Marshalltown T M Ingersoll Cedar Rapids John F Devitt Muscatine G C Murray Shel don and J D Loew Algona The final address of the con vention was delivered following a fish luncheon at the Surf by Judge Seth Thomas Fort Dodge of the United States circuit court of ap peals speaking on Origin of the Power of Courts to Declare Statutes Cites Important Activity I would suggest that an im portant activity of the bar asso ciation shouldbe the stimulation of favorable law said Col George Bogert professor of the law school of Univer sity of Chicago at the high school auditorium Friday morning We must have the laws carried into effect The newspapers have shown how labor groups have flaunted the laws during recent months It is not the fault of labor alone but we find this public sen timent through all walks of life We must do what we can to see that those who are enforcing the laws have our support We must see to it that the general citizenry of the country has a feeling of re spect for the laws And we cant expect the rest of the public to obey our laws unless the legal profession takes the Law Professor Changed The law professor has changed a great deal from the time when he started teaching according to Colonel Bogert from the old pro fessor with the long white beard who could not get along at the bar so began teaching to the modern law professor who is interested in the advancement of the law pro fession and he added has a sense of That Colonel Bogert is of the modern school of thought might be surmised from the fact that he came here as a pinch hitter for the Honorable Charles M Hay of Washington D who was un able lo attend and sandwiched his talk into the morning session so that he might talk at Rochester Friday afternoon and then fly to Bloomington where he is scheduled for an address at the University of diana Saturday Suggests Improvements Colonel Bogert touched on sev eral movements for the improve ment of the profession in his re marks here He suggested im provement in legal education and suggested that Iowa change its requirement for admission to the bar He also suggested improve ments in the ethics of the fession by investigating character of students entering law courses and keeping records of them and by providing spon sors for each A suggestion was also made that the Iowa Bar association might also be interested in a survey of the economic status of the bar and the question of whether the public is getting adequate legal service Colonei Bogert attacked methods used in the publication of law books at needless expense and stated that the profession should cooperate in the matter of statute law Oppose Court Bill The association went on record Friday morning as unanimously opposing the supreme court re organization plan now before con nine one t ne from each congressjonal went on record as oppos amendment or compro on   

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