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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette June 29, 1939

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 29, 1939, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME E R HIST MEM ART o P T or i o DES MOlHES I A THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY THE BRIGHT SPOT VOL XLV ASSOCIATED PRESS AND UNITED PRESS FUU LEASED WIRES FIVE CENTS A COPY MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE 29 1939 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 224 MEWS fix BEHINI By PAULMALLON Jsr POSSE KILLS OLSON FUGITIVE Wallace Wins in Cotton Subsidy Plan invisible diamond studded belt goes to Hen ry Agard Wal lace the agri culture secre tary He has quietly de feated P r s i dent Roosevelt State Secretary Hull Treasury Secretary Mor genthau and a majority of congress onbis cotton subsidy Senate Passes Relief in Hectic Session infighting as a political pugilist ever set his glove to No other heavyweight hereabouts can point to such a record of and he did it with one blow Of course there are people like Senator George Georgia who say Wallace has even defeated himself They claim he will not be able to use the he wheedled out of congress to sell cotton abroad cheaper than the price Americans must pay Mr Wallace however holds a differ ent view As he is also holding the money what anyone else thinks may not matter The agriculture department is not advertising its victory but in its own quiet way it is already ar ranging to pay an export subsidy of about a bale on new cotton and thus get rid of 3600000 now growing bales abroad when and as necessary Used Noodle Not Fists Mr Wallace did it with his noodle not his fists The president was determinedly against super budgetary appropriations and the had made no allowance for the cotton export subsidy Up to the last the state department was against the plan because it fol lows the Hitler instead of the Hull theory foreign trade MrWallacegave out an an AGREEMENT IN HOUSE BILL IS EXPECTED SOON Senators Spend 14 Hours in Continuous Debate on Measure WASHINGTON The sen ate finishing strong after more than 14 hectic hours of continuous debate voted 550 early Thursday to authorize for re lief during the fiscal year starting State Brand Creameries Name Master Butter makers Saturday Aware that a compromise must be reached with a house bill before midnight Friday all relief is not to be suspended administration leaders drove the chamber relentlessly through an almost interminable series of amendments up to the final ballot at a m C S T Conciliation Expected Leaders expressed belie that speedy conciliation the differ ences between the house and sen ate bills would be accomplished making possible final action be fore the deadline They predicted that the hotise would agree to the senates re fusal to earmark for the Public Works Administration and to its substitution of a single WPA administrator for the tliree man board voted by the house The administration favors the sen ate version of both these provi sions Before debate on the bill had developed into a marathon the senate voted 4332 lagainst a SEE STORY ON PAGE 15 Iowas master bultenijakers named by the Iowa State Brand Creameries members at their annual meeting here are shown above with Gene Lundihl of Dolliver named No 1 for the second succes sive year at the extreme left The others from left to right in the order of their ranking are M O Hovland Vlnje Horace Schenck Crystal Lake R Jorgenson Grafton O F Spies Kulhven Bruce Miller West Bend Harry Cash Fertile H K Nelson Rock Creek Milo Bakke Lake mills Blartin Bleich Tttonka and Selmer Nelson Lost Island The last two named tied for tenth place The awards were made ou the basis of the most uniformly high quality butter shipped by any of the 86 member creameries in the association They were scored on their ability to get the composition of their butter most nearly correct and the weights most nearly exact Approxi mately 3000 persons attended the annual meeting Thursday at which the awards were made Lock photo Kayenay engraving Fear of Major Crisis Soon in Danzig Voiced in England Reports Received of Well Trained Germans Forming Free Corps nouncement saying state and 15500000000 allocation for PWA treasury had acquiesced in the pro gram as an emergency measure but senators who heard Assistant State Secretary Francis Sayre on the telephone during the last two weeks do not understand that he ever acquiesced Mr Hull also had private telephonic fears that the congressional authorization was going beyond the temporary phose to which he originally ac quiesced Congressmen who talked with Treasurist Morgenthau know his opposition had not been ma terially relaxed and a majority of congress was certainly against Wallace because the house had specifically voted down his ex port subsidy But Mr Wallace conquered them all by simply getting Mayor LaGuardia of New York and Ed ward ONeal of the Farm Bureau Federation into a twin logrolling combine which changed enough and voted 38 to 38 against half that sum Doubled for Health Spending forces succeeded in ncreasing by the louse allocation of or the farm security administra tion boosted the national youth administration allotment by 000000 and won a 4319 majority for extra in farmten ancy loans The chamber also approved an amendment by Senator Russell doubling a al lowance for public health service administrative expenses The senate agreed to permit expenditure of 1 per cent of the total appropriated for projects sponsored solely by WPA thus providing funds for such projects as the federal theater art and mu sic projects without local spon votes in the house to put the sub sidy over Meeting of Minds Uncouth people here say there was a Deal Gentlemen in poli tics never have deals They jus have a meeting of minds How far Farmers Wallace and ONeal had to go to meet New Yorker La Guardias metropolitan mind can be accurately estimated There L suVrfScd to be one farmer in Nev York City He was on a radio program not long ago But he does not grow cotton and anyway Mr LaGuardia is too busy to fool around for one vote Mr LaGuardia is interested in the Washington money he can get out of WPA for New York City next year He happened to be lobbying here at the time Mr ONeal was looking for house votes The mayor wanted a maxi mum bulk amount for WPA re storation of the theater project no limit on money allowances for projects Messrs Wallace and ONeal did not meet Mr LaGuardias mind there will be no doubt a holler Irom LaGuardia that will be heard in Kansas For the New York mayor spent much time with the Tsmmany delegation and aft erward several Tammanyites im mediately switched on the farm bill to the position that Messrs Wallace and ONeal wanted them to take Earlier they had voted against the cotton subsidy After seeing LaGuardia they voted for it They gave it the necessary votes to put it over Now if Messrs Wallace ami ONea do not reciprocate by de livering enough farm bloc votes for Mr LaGuardias city relief maintenance you will certainly hear city hall New York broad casting No faith can be placed in men Senator Georges belief that the subsidy program had been wrecked is based on the fact tha in the rubbercotton barter agree ment with Britain the United States has agreed to give Britai the benefit of any cotton subsidy Mr Wallace grants to anyone else ICopjrirbl Klni Inc sorship Garner Is Present The house had voted to elimi nate all such projects and to pro hibit any expenditure for a WPA theater project On the stroke of midnight Vice President Garner who usually is in bed by 9 p m emerged from a cloak room and marched across the senate floor for a word with Democratic Leader Barkley Gar ned had not been in evidence ear lier in the evening but his place was taken by Senator LaFollette who pounds a gavel nearly as vigorously The senate also voted to require hat in each state local contribu tions make up 25 per cent the cost of WPA projects approved after Jan 1 1040 that a major crisis would be precipitated soon in Danzig were expressed Thursday in Britain where a movement was under way to strengthen still further the na tions reserve of trained manpow er The British press which voiced fears that nazis were preparing mischief this weekend in Danzig gave prominence in Winston Churchills prediction Wednesday of a summer of tension and to An thony Edens advice that Britain be tough talk tough act tough to keep peace Form Free Corps Adolf Hitlers Berlin newspaper Voelkischer Beobachter ridiculed reports of impending nazi action as wild rumors over an immedi ate nazi coup in Danzig Bui overnight reports were receivec here from Warsaw that well trained Germans were being or ganized into a Danzig free corpsr for any emergency Britain awaited an official naz reply to an offer to negotiate a new naval limitations treaty to replace the 1935 pact denounced by Hit ler May 28 The British memor andum to Germany delivered Wednesday was hailed by news papers as a determined effort to end German fears of encircle ment LOOK INSIDE FOR MRS MARGARET CAMPBELL Her Slaying Is Like Other Unsolved Murder PAGE 2 imbrace by Myrl Alderman Is Denied y Dorothy Lamour NEW YORK La mour who was described in Los Angeles courtroom testimony as being warmly embraced by Myrl Alderman and kissed by him too was indignant about the matter Thursday Nonsense she said tartly It is not only fantastic but un true Miss Lamour who is here at the SherryNetherlands hoteU said she knew Alderman protessionally as do about a hundred other artists in Hollywood Myrl Alderman was employed by NBC as a standby pianist she continued and he worked with various singers in rehearsal I was one of them I just cant understand why 1 had to be singled out from 75 or 100 people If the bartender said Mr Ald erman kissed me its just bosh anc not true Would Increase Conscription Meanwhile a group members of parliament was said by reliable sources to be urging Prime Minis ter Chamberlain to extend the age for conscripts to include those be tween 21 and 24 years old Under the present conscription aw 220018 men between 20 and 21 registered June 3 for six months first com pulsory peacetime service in Brit sh history It was estimated by backers of he extended conscription plan hat more than 800000 additional men would be available for ser vice from the 1100000 falling within the 21 to 24 year limits The other 300000 were said to be men already in one of the armed forces or to be physically unfit Discourage Adventures The war office is said to have prepared a provisional plan for such extended service for which new legislation would be neces sary If Germany wished to enter ne gotiations on a new treaty it added Britain wanted assurances that such a pact would not be scrapped as was the 1935 agree ment limiting Germanys naval tonnage to 35 per cent Britains The be tough remark of Eden former foreign secretary was seen by some as an indication of a con certed British campaign to try to discourage further German or Italian adventures by boasting of Founder of 4H to Talk Near Clarion PAGE 7 IOWAN KILLS SELF SHENANDOAH Coroner J D Harding reported Bert Dir rim 64 Stanton fanner commit ted suicide by shooting himself G 0 P Economy Claim Are PAGE 7 REASURY CUTS VOICES F RS OPPOSITION SILVER TO 38 Quotation on Foreign Metal Again Slashed in New Policy WASHINGTON IP The reasury cut its price for foreign ilver to 38 cents an ounce Thurs ay shortly after Secretary Mor enlhau said the price would be djusted to that on the London market The price was cut from 38 jcents anounce The third cut in as many days brought the price exactly five cents below the level it had held every day from March 1938 until Tuesday noon The London price had dipped Thursday to 3779 from Wednes days 3862 cents an ounce 3 lowans Are Dead in Car Truck Crash CLUTIEH With three youthful victims of an automobile truck collision near here added to the list Iowas 1933 highway fa tality toll Thursday stood at 223 38 ahead of the total of the cor responding 1938 period The victims of the collision Wednesday on a graveled road running west from here to high way 63 were Edward Zmolek 18 son of Louis Zmolek Clutier farmer Mllo Zmolek 20 Edwards brother Ernest Chalupnik 15 son oE L S Chalupnik Clutier farmer The three were riding to a mailbox on the road when the col lision occurred Coroner A J Wentzicn said George Ottsen Cedar Rapids injured seriously was the only occupant of the truck Ottsen Thursday was apparent ly recovering in a Cedar Rapids hospital from cuts and bruises Edward Zmolek was killed in stantly Milo died in a Marshall town hospital and the Chalupnik boy died last night in a Waterloo hospital The coroner said he probably would not hold an inquest Morgenthau Declares Curtailment of Power Will Cause Worries WASHINGTON Secretary Morgenthau voiced the adminis trations unflinching opposition to curtailment of President Roose velts monetary powers Thursday with an assertion that farmers businessmen and laborers had bet ter start worrying about the dol lar if devaluation authority is riot continued While Senate Majority Leader Barkley and House Majority Lead 2 Who Fought Over Boundary Line Will Bunk Together in Jail INDIANA Pa UR Two neighbors who fought each other over a boundary line dispute were sentenced to jail with orders that they be bunked together and work together The sentence was given by Judge E E Creps to D M Mc Creary 57 who was sentenced to nine months and Harry Walker 29 sentenced to six months When he ordered that they occupy the same cell Judge Creps said Per haps this will aid you to become SLAYER OF TWO DEPUTIES TRIES TOFLEEONLAKE Trapped Because of Dire Need for Food in Wild Brush Area CABLE Wis Olson fugitive killer of two special dep uty sherilfs was shot to death Thursday while attempting to flee from four possemen led by Con stable Ernest Moore Cable The shooting took plate on Lake Wamakagon near the Wheatley Anderson farm 14 miles from Cable Struck by four bullets the Idller who had been hunted since June 17 toppled intothe water near a boat he tried to launch to continue his flight across the lake Admits Killing Two Olson lived about 10 minutes Erf ore death he admitted the shooting ol the deputies Carl Johnson and Fred Scott at Hay vard and told the officers his vile was in no connected vitli his law breaking Olson who had led 200 posse men a spectacular chase through he wild brush country of Saw ver and Bayfield counties for two weeks finally was trapped be cause of his dire need food and rest Was Weary Weary and hungry the 30 year Louis Winner Against Toughest Ring Foe PAGE 13 Britains might newlyacquired armed DIXIE CLIPPER HOPS ATLANTIC Leaves Horta for Lisbon on First Pay Commercial Flight HORTA The Azores Dixie Clipper left Horta for Lis bon Portugal at p m Thursday a m CST on the second leg of her flight inaugurat ing commercial passenger airplane service across the Atlantic The big Pan American airways flyinj boat halted here only one hour anc 44 minutes having completed the 2397mile hop from Port Washing ton N Y at a m a m TRAFFIC TOLL DROP CONTINUES Fatalities Decline for 19tn Month Reports U S Safety Council CHICAGO fatali ties in the nation declined in May for the nineteenth consecutive month the National Safety Coun cil reported Thursday The council said 2330 persons were killed on streets and high ways last month representing a 2 per cent drop compared with May 1938 Cities registered an II per cent cut in traffic deaths but a 4 per cent increase in fatalities on country highways nearly dis the decline which began n November 1937 During the first five months oE 939 and there were 11010 persons billed or 7 per cent fewer than n the same period last year This years improvement was achieved despite increased motor travel the council said er Rayburn conferred with Mr flosevelt at the white house about the bitter congressional contest over the presidents emergency powers over money the treasury secretary told his press confer ence Certainly since 1934 no farm er businessman or laborer needed to worry about the dollar but they had better start worrying now if the devaluation power lapses to morrow night Apparently the main hope of the administration in preventing that lapse was to work out in a conference committee of senators and representatives some compro mise of senate restrictions in the pending monetary bill which would split a coalition of hard money republicans and silver state senators These groups joined to write into the bill a treasury price of 7757 cents an ounce for domestic silver and to vote an end to the presidential authority to de value the dollar further friendlier The Weather FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Thurs day night and Friday somewhat warmer Friday MINNESOTA Considerable cloudiness Thursday night Fri day fair and warmer IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures Maximum Wednesday 84 Minimum Wednesday night 37 At 8 a rn Thursday 74 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Rain 72 57 DAVIS WARDEN AT ANAMOSA Heads Reformatory as Successor to Frazer Secretary Also Named DES MOINES Foss Davis of Jefferson Thursday was appointed by the state board of control to succeed W H Frazer as warden of the Anamosa re formatory Davis is 43 a republican and has a wife and two children He has been Green county sheriff five times and was a deputy two terms Frazer has been warden since September 1933 He resigned his post effective July 1 and the former board of control accepted the resignation After appoint ment of the new board he re applied but the board chose Davis The board Thursday appointed R B Clift Rockwell City repub lican and banker as secretary of the board to succeed George S Wootcn formerly of Boone who resigned effective July 31 The Anamosa wardens salary is with a home and food furnished The board secretary PITKIN PLANS NEW LEAGUE Would Organize Middle Class People Before Parasites Destroy Us ELYRIA Ohio B Pitkin author and educator be lieves the plain people must bind themselves together before the parasites destroy us and Thurs day set out to organize a nation wide league of the middle class The man who said begins at 40 bade hardworking Americans of average means to a meeting Thursday night in this city of 25000 to help him initiate the movement which he refers to as the next American revolu tion Pitkins nonpolitical and noncommercial to arouse middle class interest and action in political and economic affairs with the object of correcting evils I offer a plan at no cost to nybody said the 62 year old Columbia university professor of ournalism It is workable but t is up to the mass intelligent lardworking Americans to put t to work Plain folks who have been compelled to pay tribute because of the Ward heelers cheapskate old fugitive broke into Andersons home sometime Wednesday after noon He cooked a meal changed his clothing and apparently lay down to rest The Anderson family discovered something was amiss upon re turning home Wednesday night Anderson notified the authorities who surrounded the place Shortly after dawn Thursday Moore men closed irivon the farm Olson hiding in an outhouse broke for the woods The possemen fired and gave chase Hit by 4 Bullets They pursued their quarry through a clump of bushes and on to the lake shore where Olson frantically tried lo shove a boat into the lake A bullet from a 22 caliberrifle was the first to strike Olson It struck him in the back Three others ripped into his body Mortally wounded Olson fell into the lake Moore Frank Flow ers and two other members of their party pulled the fugitive from the water and took him to shore Olson was armed with a pistol Killed to Escape Arrest The possemen nred about 20 shots in ending the career of Ol 18 receives lowan Hurt Fighting With Bull Snake Found Unconscious HARPERS Rog gensack 64 superintendent of a gravel pit located two miles from here is hobbling about on crutches due to a vicious bite from a five foot bull snake a sprained knee and shock and can tell the prize winning snake story of the year to boot Mr Roggensack on his way to the gravel pit here at in the morning preparing to oil up the machinery for the days work stepped accidentally on the tail of the big snake so angering the snnke that it crawled up the leg of Roggensacks trousers wrapped itself around his leg and bit him viciously on the knee In his des perate struggle to pull the snake out of his trouscr leg Roggen sack sprained his knee and fainted Fortyfive minutes later Alvin Luce a neighbor lad came down the lane with his team horses to plow a garden arid found Hog gensack unconscious snake crawling over the his huge form Luce attempted to kill th snake but it slithered off through the high grass and escaped whil he was caring for the man Rog gensack was rushed to the Me Grcgor hospital where it wa found that the bite though painfu was not poisonous and that h was suffering only from shod and the pain of the sprained knee politicians and in some communi ies to rackets in labor move ments must bind themselves to ether before the parasites destroy us Pitkin asserted Bagley to Get New loor Covering for Statehouse Office DES MOINES worn floor covering in the stale treas urers offices is to be replaced The executive council Thursday authorized Treasurer W G C Baglcy to purchase S61320 worth of carpeting and worth linoleum son described as a petty thief who turned killer to escape arrest on automobile theft charges Olson former inmate the Wisconsin state prison was ar rested near Hayward June 15 A Sawyer county traffic officer told him he was wanted for driving an automobile bearing stolen license plates The traffic officer ordered Ol ons attractive 20 year old wife o vide with him into Hayward nd instructed Olson to drive his nvn car ahead of him A short distance down the road Olson cceleratcd his motor and made a dash for liberty The officer gave hase and Olson abandoned his machine and fled into the woods Shot Two More Olson swam the Namaagon riv r stole another automobile and led into the dense second growth imber surrounding Moose Lake 25 miles east Hayward Two days later Sheriff George Seehuetler of Sawyer county and Koelling Is Elected Head of Evangelical Church Convention BURLINGTON Rev A F Koelling Burlington was elected president of the Iowa syn nod Evangelical and Reformec church at conference sessions here Wednesday night The conference ended Thursday Other officers arc C W Klein Washington vice president J M Newgard Wilton Junction secretary W H White Lowden treasurer These men with a layman F W Raschr ol Buvlington formed the synodical council KAY OLSON ends in death ;

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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: June 29, 1939

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