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   Spencer Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - November 9, 1935, Spencer, Iowa                                Iowa Weather Generally fair Friday nlfht and Warmer Fri day COVERING 28 NORTHWEST IOWA TOWNS WITH DAILY CARRIER SERVICE THE SPENCER DAILY REPORTER TOUTED PBBSS IdUMB WDUt Northwest Iowas Complete Home Daily9 HEA FEATURE 8ERTICB ASD HOTS PICTURES MAIL EDITION OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY PAPER 1935 138 SANBORN WOMAN COMMITS SUICIDE Roosevelt Qives Approval To Road Program for Iowa SANBORNS BALLOTING IS DELAYED Special to Dally Reporter election on a bond proposal to build a municipal light plant has been delayed for a few weeks by the dis covery that the original notice of setting November as the election referred to the wrong section of the election The city council will meet Tues day evening to set the date for the said The original election notice was rescinded this week when Carleton of Des acting as attorney for the pointed out the notice referred to section 319 of the election which con cerns general obligation when it should have been section which refers to revenue obli gation The election was called several weeks ago after electors presented petitions asking for presentation of the bond proposal to city i Special The building occupied by the Boll Shoe Vics Hamburger and the Western Union Telegraph of flees is being completely remodel One corner was torn and thereby giving Vica Hamburger Shop almost twice the jpacc they had The re modeling is in charge of the Gle ger Construction with Earl Geiger and Earl Harnack do ing the Joe Boll owns the Victor Sands is the man ager of Vics Hamburger ZENGE SENTENCED a de nial when asked If he had a state ment to Mandevllle Zenge today heard Judge Cor nelius Harrington sentence him to a life sentence In prison to atone for the emasculation mur der of the man who married childhood DID HE CACKLE ATLANTIC 15 years barber shop patrons regarded Albert a gentleman Their illusion ended Albert laid an Irish Will Have Great 1938 Team If the Boys Live EMMETSBURG Special Emmetsburg football somewhat disheartened over the local teams losing streak are pinning their hopes on the 1938 high school That the pros pective candidates live that an east side neighborhood gang here un tangled after scrimmage In a vacant lot to find Donald with a badly fractur ed leg Billy nursing a broken and Robert hobbling to the sidelines with a sprain ed The boys are sons of Roy Palo Alto coun ty relief director Harry chamber of com merce and Ellen county record Brought to a local doctors one of the trio declar ed Well learn that Notre Dame shift yet CLEVELAND PURCHASES Approval of President Roosevelt has been placed upon a program of of highway construction and of grade crossing tions for The announced involves a total of of funds previously apportioned by the Secretary of Agriculture for those public Later federal officials will add to the high roads and streets develop ment program for Iowa and 679 to the funds for grade crossing Iowas share of federal funds for theae two classes of improvements is td be for roads for eliminating grade cross Northwest Iowa projects includ ed among those given presidential approval arc as follows Sioux to Haward state Emmet state street Palo Alto Kossuth county federalaid route 3 bridge and Kossuth Kossuth Palo Alto county federalaid bridge and Buena Vista coun ty line federalaid route 3 miles and Emmet County Estherville to I Minnesota state atate bituminous Grade Crossing Elimination Buena Vista Cherokee Coun UesrItlinoU Wildest School In Iowa MAKALE IN Di POSSESSION OF INVADER Photo Recess time at Iowa8 mountain school in the Yellow river the wildest spot In District school Falrvlew Allumakee It Is listed In the school The forest primeval hugs the little white school house In a pocket in the The school in the they call There was a log school house Twentyfive years ago the frame building wus put At left In the picture is the woodshed filled with the winters supply of wood for the stove cut from the hill Annette the teacher is tossing the bull In the game she and her seven pupils are Sometimes the children venture into the tlmher at but for theres rattlers In them thar Uy Louis Keemlo United Press Cuble Editor The second phase of Italys oc cupation of Ethiopia neared com pletion today with the occupation of strategic northern point within striking distance of the road leading to Addis As the Ethiopians did not Haile Selassies strategy is to permit the Italians to pene trate far into the wilderness of his hundreds of miles from their before his wild war riors start their guerilla Sid Commercial Air manager of the operating out of Spencera municipal airport today is owner of a TravelAir ship which he brought from Chicago last night in three 42 The a six place is pow ered with a 330 horsepower Whirl wind motor and has a top speed of 130 miles an Cleveland purchased the plane from the Black and Decker Tool company in Equipped with all latest and most modern the plane is suitable for night and blind It is equipped with radio for weath er signals and has complete night flying Cleveland is planning to take a load of football fans to Iowa City Only one or two seats were left this he Economy of plane operation makes It possible to charge only Pullman rates for the Cleveland The Moth twoplace ship which Cleveland brought here when he established his Spencer air busi ness will be maintained at the han Igar as a training Palo Mil Paul and Pacific rail of route grade ooo Sioux Milwau Paul and Pacific railway west of federalaid route grade Paul and Pacific of fed eralaid route grade separa FAMILY LEAPS OUT OF UPPER WINDOW IN BURNING HOUSE EMMETSBURG Special The Driver of Truck Sought by Police In HitRun Crash Special to Daily Reporter The lifeless body of Esther well known Sanborn was found at noon today in a cistern near her Edward Beattie reports from home by her Claude Tifft Addis Ababa that this strategy is Apparently she had likely to continue for some iscover I n Poor Health Blamed TO APPEAL RULING ON UTILITIES Lifeless Body of Esther Long1 Found By Brother At Noon Today middleaged Rossie was slightly injur ed about Friday morning when struck by a truck on Main street In front of the Redmond Shoe Either pulling a hitandrun act or else unaware that he had hit the aped Baptist Church Will Celebrate The First Spencer will Baptist church in celebrate its sixty and an Ice truck In A truck driven by Charles Bailey of Dickens and bearing a said by Frankj eighth anniversary with a program lin an employee of the shoe in the church West Fifth the one which struck starting Sunday morning at Groth pursued the truck H oclock and to continue through and halted it near the Glaser Oil i Sunday station near Leach Carroll of Bailey disclaimed any knowledge former Spencer Baptist will of having hit anyone while driving be guest speaker during services unless the warriors get out of hand and insist on going into battle against A period of inaction for at least a week may therefore be expected in the It will be one of conI solidatlon for the during which they will move up artillery and tanks and straighten their entire line from east to west across the country before striking southward in the third phase of the As the push into Makale was a more significant drive was in progress in the A strong Italian force pushed southward along the Sudan border towards Lake the apple of Britains eye in this Lake Tana forms the headwaters of the flows around An crooked count the SudSnkW Kgyjt the fountainhead of the cherished project for irrigation of the Nile Italian operations around Lake lion are committed Ill health and financial troubles had caused Long considerable worry during recent accord Ing to and undoubtedly was the cause of her Tifft had gone to his sisters home at noon to pay her a Unable to find her in the he started a search which ended with the discovery of the clad in in the Long was born and raised in She was the daughter of Scott pioneer Sanborn One Florence a nurse in the Methodist hospital in Sioux survives PLAN DINNER FOR EXSERVICtMEH ON ARMISTICE DAY Observance of Armistice Day watched jealously by j Monday by the Ameiican Legion The possibilities of fricI and Auxiliary in Spencer will be along Main street and was allowed to proceed on Chief of Police Roy who went east as far as Dickens in pur Sunday morning and will bring a message of interest to From to oclock an or chestra from the GreenvillcRossie suit of a truck similar to that de churches will present a recital aft scribed by stopped the jer which greetings will be extend Bailey truck east of Spencer and ed by pastors pf all Spencer brought to a close at a dinner in the Legion Leo the an it carefully for marks which might have been made by collision with a body but failed to find any In the manager of the Spjjncer Pure Ice was racingsouth on churches who are to be guests dur ing the afternoon Homecoming services at oclock will be conducted by George Baptist church and during the evening ser vice special music will be present Carl Larson family of Mallard Highway71 in an endeavor to overjed by the boys choir of Featuring the days of is the program at the Spencer high school at when a large oil portrait of Glen in whose honor the local post was will ho Pedersen was Clay countys first fatality in the Woild Salute to Colors Opening the program Artists Put Lot of Blood Into Pictures of Justice of ths nations leading artists reliv an aghast government to day their concept in paint of how the multJmilllin dollar justice de partment building ought to be de They must have been reading about Dutch Schtiltz last gasp as they The murals submit ted by them stressed electric condemned ma chine thunder hand cuffs and other things unpleasant enough to give even a Gman the The government took one look at the pictures on exhibition at the Corcoran gallery of gasped and tyrned them all down on the theory they were too It was a terrific waste of mainly black and The artists are starting alj over under In structions to Include a little sweet ness and A special fine arts committee se lected by the Treasury department ordered a competition two years ago among artists for statues and murals to decorate the new justice and postofflce The men of art did fine for the headquarters Postmaster General James with colorful and dashing of Indians plundering stage mailmen delivering Christ mas toys to and farmers waiting around the stove in the general store for the IJut for the palace of justice they lu bou Uuwu in tiuuiu marish Informed of what the artists had Attorney General Homer Cummings said he was afraid to go What scared him most was a vivid de scripttyn of the contribution Rico Le Designed for a wall near the front it showed the nearlife size figure of a killer being led to the electric One of his pant legs was split for the elec The chaplain supported him on one and the warden on the He looked like a for but not like a permanent de coration for perhaps the most beau tiful federal building in Washing the commltteemen Neither did they like Harry Sternbergs Punishment Re showing the legen dary blind with one arm snapped off and her scales of jus tice broken in canvas featured an occupied electric chair in one and a pair of chained with blue steel in an Other pictures showed the figure of justice about to step on a a redheaded moses on a rock during a thunder storm and two small children walking out of juvenile court Into a life of The committee told the artists that justice was and all but not that stern and would they please try again when they were feeling Most of them said Utvy were recovering there Thursday from shock and minor bruises sus tained earlier in the day when they escaped from their burning home by jumping from the second story window to a mattress which they had thrown to Oie ground his wife and four child ren leaped separately after they discovered downstairs exits barred by flames which seeped up from the The first floor was badly damaged by the fire which is believed to have been caused by defective The building was covered by it was Larson is manager of a Mallard MILFORD PEOPLE UNHURT IN STORM MILFORD has been received here that and Williams and their grand William escaped in jury in the recent Florida hurri Relatives here received a telegram statins that the hurri cane had passed and we are Do not and Wil liams spend every winter in Flori They usually motor there in October and remain until They live at Fort accompanied by her sister and her two children were also in the hurricane They wired Bartleson that they were in the northern part of the state when the storm struck and take the truck which he believed Young peoples rally is schedul had gone in that He Ied oclock and follows a went to Sioux Rapids but failed to catch up with any fellowship dinner to be sewed in the church basement at 5 He was near 4th and Main streets Delegates from neighboring at the time of the accident and j churches are expected to be pres immediately commandeered a light ent during the celebration delivery truck parked nearby by one of his Elmer rushed Bradshaw to a nearby physicians office where he was treated for several bad bruises and His clothing was torn and but he received no broken Police believe that the truck which did hit Bradshaw was un aware of the Bystanders declared that he apparently had been struck by the truck rath er than the front of the CEDAR died early today near Lis in the wreckage of his KUMZAK TO APPEAR BEFORE HOME TOWN FOLKS IN NEW ROLE By Correspondent the aviation enthusiast who has chosen to follow the trails of the nations will be introduced to his fellow townsmen between Opening the program at the es of the MilfordTerril football school will be a concert by tho game here afternoon Spencer high school At 11 Young Kumzak wrll be introduced taps will be heard outside by to football crowd by Gregithe bugler and the firing squad president of the Milford Busiwill offer salutes under the ness Mens after he isDuring this moment the audience in attired in his jumping suit so thethe auditorium will be at attention when facing Following a few remarks in con nection with accepting the Peder sociation is PaintinK by Commander Leo make Armistice day one of the lDallcy on benalf of local Le i biggest holidays of the year in fost State Representative I to rcccivG thti crcntfist crowd ever snoit assembled in as it is be Community singing of old army Ilieved hundreds of persons will isongs under direction of icomp to Kumrnlct hnmn tnxin will close the Sunday converged on Chi to hometown to cago today for the funeral of the I secrfhlm soar to eath hls homfiJP b j fr J j made The days festivities will NEW attorney for said today he would appeal the decision of the Baltimore Federal district court declaring the Pub lic Utility Holding Company Act Hugo Black of the Senate lobby lommittee today forecast a tax drive against Utility Holding com panies in event the supreme court rules the utilities Holding company Act NEW Utility shares benefitting by the Baltimore court decision holding the famous death clause utility act uncon started one of the greatest stock market trading It was a roar from the start as Wall Street had its first oppor tunity to interpret with money and orders the Baltimore San Francisco markets already had warned of what might happen as prices were pushed up there one to four points At the outset utilities jumped as J much us 2 Individual open commander of nounced No charge will be made for the j ing blocks ranged to shares dinner which will be served to all on the curb exchange and exservice men and auxiliary memj shares on the stock On I the latter trading was at such a furious pace that abbreviated quo tations had to bo Tape quotalions were several minutes behind floor Board rooms in brokerage offices were jammed and the various util ity posts on the floor pf the stock exchange were scenes of greatest activity and EVANGELIST RITES SET FOR SATURDAY Evangelistic followers of the William he leaps from the The Milford Business HA1SY INDICTED Shelby county grand jury today imlivtud Daisy Alexander Koot on first degree murder churls for the slaying of her Hrentoii after a quarrel over his affections for a hotel ciguret LOCAL WEATHEK Eli weather observer Low last Temperature at noon Barometer No dynamic Funeral services will be held to morrow at at a huge church founded by another famous Dwight who taught aspiring preachers the fist swinging technique that made Billy Fear KingsfordSmith Lost In SharkInfested Waters begin j with a program at the high school auditorium Monday with the American Legion and Legion Auxiliary attending in a The high school will give the Business houses will Close during the football game between Milford Preparations are be ing made to providefree parking in two fields adjacent to the gridj which Iowa works pro Dickinson Mystery What Is of WPA Cash to Be Used For A Community Service Program Kossuth Com for Spencer is listed among a Service lected group of WPA projects from funds Straits Charles westward flight across the globe pioneer in many and to patrol the highway to accidents and traffic con I It w believed the American Legion will cooperate in the polic world famous Australian i oceans in the far left Lampiie impossible to go on to It Is believed here that tourists were being turned back and not permit tod to enter the danger Bartleson wired his wife to remain in Jacksonville or continue on some point on the west coast where he will Join her In was many hours overdue on a flight from today and it was feared he was lost In the sharkinfested bay of On his last long from Eng land to the conqueror of tor fighting a fierce storm over the 150 miles from flames shooting from the exhaust of his the Lady Southern KingpfordSmith and his copilot were due here INDIGNANT AT HARROW CEDAR tlun of Cedar Ithplds residents over efforts of Clarence famed criminal to reef Lyle Memuicr from state prison at Fort ftludlHon was finding ex pression today In of let They had not ar at about Thursday rived by midafternoon and a search was being conducted by ocean tramp by wireless and by Royal Air force plane all over the dangerous ocean area in which he was last seen fighting for The great twice con of tho hero of a on the Kentish coast of ut Greenwich mean time EST Wed nesday on what he said was to be a leisurely flight to said also that it would be the last of the great flights which have won him But when he left in central yesterday for this British naval base on the All Red to the his low winged Lockheed Altair monoplane with its supercharged wasp engine and controllable pitch propeller was streaking at world record He was 2Vj hours be hind the astonishing record set by Scott and Tom Campbell Black in their 2 22 58 minute flight from to Melbourne in October giess has been Con thorized to select the ones most struct addition adaptable to speedy prosecution of to disposal the state employment Ernniul County Estherville Ray resident relief engiI Construct community Improve municipal fas service vwj i LI i i i LOI uiii nut The football game will be called noer who has chnrgc of the Improve South Thirteenth at 2 Coach Gilbert Menzner mission to state headquarters of j has his team wellgroomed for the all WPA projects in this water and annual traditional fray and will was unable today to give the give the crowd a real exhibition of lure of the None cen Two WPA projects approved The team has won seven with community service Thursday will provide work for 22 out of eight games this one work has been by him to the people in Clay county and bring in game having been a Milford WPA in federal A road has made 105 points this season ini One having to do with grading project will utilize 11 men comparison to 12 made by opponj the search for missing landmarks m the grading of 17 rounded cor Kumzak will j and corner stoncts in the j ners in the northeast section of tho introduced require in federal tween the halves and will take off j identical with the amount These corners are located in from an adjacent field in time to which can be allocated to the com Sioux and Freeman leap from the plane as themunity service if Hill football game In reversing its stand regarding picks it as one of the approved One corner in Gillett Grove township is also included in that young Kuinzaks batman Hill has at his disposal The other project approved Tues thu Milford Business mens associfor the lengthy list of It clay will give employment to 11 wo ation has declared that since two j was emphasized in the announceI men in for relief leaps have been made successfully jment from A woman supervisor is to and it appears the hazards are not i that under the funds available only j be appointed by the district WPA as great as at Mila limited number of the approved office in Sioux City to oversee the ford is now determined to stand projects can be behind Kumzak in his effort to Other northwest Iowa projects on that reduced former records make a name for himself and his the list wore to KingstorclSmlth was homotown onf of the Burmi going strung iluruUovila uC the federal funds A number of Spencer women have applied for the but nn ilefinil1 unnfunrpmrnt been maUu us lu llic   

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