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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 10, 1935, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI FIVE CENTS A COPX ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 1935 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OP TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 154 loivans in Washington 3 Republicans in House Differ on Reorganizing By MTJNKO KEZEK ASHINGTON April 10 Iowas three re publicans in the national house of r e p r esentatives may present a united front ill congress but they are far apart in their views of p r o posed republican r e o r g anization moves in the middlewest Representative Fred C Gilchrist of Laurens most active of the Iowa G O P in the house farm bloc is convinced the people want not socialism but more social legislation than in the past while Representative John W Gwynne of Waterloo quiet first tenner hopes the party will take a firm stand for the old virtues of selfreliance and individual initia tive Representative Lloyd C Thurston of Osceola by contrast thinks it doesnt make much difference how the republicans reorganize He is convinced the democrats will 30 mismanage this government that the republicans will come back into power Thurston likewise is inclined to believe that reorganization efforts inthemiddlewest are without sig nificance regardless of the extent of activity or the direction taken by new leaders Puts Hope on West The republican party he said can expect no votes south of the MasonDixon line That means tiie party must win with votes of the northeast and the west Thurston interpreted this to mean that western states which have relatively few votes could have little influence indetermining future party policy He said such states as Illinois Michigan Ohio and troth power rattier than a far middlewesterh unit would be the real determiner of fu ture G 6 P policies Gilchrist felt the republican party could not regain control until it re cognized a changed sentiment of the people Want Social Controls The people want a better distri bution of the productive income of this country he said They want some social controls Over against Gilchrists sugges tion the republicans should draft z program carrying out such ideas Gwynne expressed hope the repub lican party would not copy the democratic party that it would not try to outbid the democrats for votes by promises I hope the republican party wil stand for a restoration of individual initiative that its program will mean giving the small businessman and the individual a chance to suc ceed through his own efforts Two Believed Candidates Talk of the next democratic sen atorial campaign runs up and down Turn to Page 3 Column 2 GRAFT LAID TO COUNTY ATTORNEY Existing Agencies to Be Used for WorkRelief F RS GOAL FOR MIDNOVEMBER Senate Group Approves AAA Amendment Bill With Changes WASHINGTON April 10 Plans for using existing govern ment agencies to speed the 880000000 workrelief program to an operating peak by midNovem ber were disclosed today by Presi dent Roosevelt Burned by a southern vacation sun he jovially greeted his first press conference since his fishing trip and then answered questions about the big employment drive which Undersecretary Tugwell has termed a third economy He said there may be some boards or committee to link the various agencies which handle the relief fund but emphasized there still were no strict rules of proce dure To Spend Rapidly The president intends to spend all that is possible or that ia necessary before July 1 1936 It was described as the objective to spend the funds in areas where the unemployed reside to avoid ne cessity of UBBecesary expenditures in providing new homes for workers taken away from heir residences So far as possible the adminis tration will seek to deal directly in making jobs irather than employing J i Wife Kills Herself in Fear Husband May Be Jailed for Alimony MILWAUKEE April 10 A young wife was dead today a Buicide said Coroner Frank Schultz because she feared her husband might be imprisoned for failing to pay alimony to his first wife Police officers who found the body of Mrs Fay Wegener 36 In her gas filled home yesterday took possession of a note revealing the womans fears r Over Half Aside from the disclosure that the board1 to administer the fund might number more than halfa dozen men with Mr Roosevelt as its active chairman officials would not comment It was said in in formed sources however that three men sure to have places on the board are Harry L Hopkins relief administrator Harold L Ickes public works administrator and Dr Tugwell under secretary of agri culture As the large group of newsmen filed into his office Mr Roosevelt greeted them as his teachers and reported that the class himself had behaved very well on vacation Only For Relief In reply to questions he said if the cotton processing tax were re moved as demanded by a large group of textile interests some other means must be found for pro viding benefitpayment funds Though a provision in the 000000 workrelief law would per mit use of its funds for benefit pay ments the president said that mon ey could go only for relief He declined comment on agitation for new silver legislation In later afternoon the executive settled down to one of his busiest days in recent weeks The schedule called for conferences with a num ber of his cabinet One with Secre tary Hull was for the purpose of discussing a new neutrality plan for the United States in event of wSr abroad Senate in Kecess It was learned the white house hopes congress will enact all the New Deal program at this session Turn to Page 3 Column 2 FORECAST IOWA Kain probable Wed nesday night and Thursday changing to snow in west and north portions colder in west Wednesday night and in east and south sections Thursday MINNESOTA Kain or snow probable Wednesday night and Thursday colder Thursday and in extreme west portion Wed nesday night IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Wednesday morning JIaxUnum Tuesday 53 Minimum in Night 36 At 8 A M Wednesday 40 Hail and rain fell on Mason City Wednesday afternoon The latter carried a large content of mud drawn from a heavily dust laden at mosphere which prevailed over this community throughthe forenoon Posts Bail Benjamin Heier Hauptmann trial witness finally posted S2 000 hail for his release from Flemington N J court where he pleaded not guilty to per jury charges He will be tried for his testimony he saw late Isidor Fisch leap St Raymonds cemetery wall as ransom was paid Central Press House Busy on Bill to Revise Tentative ipptovial Accord ed to Six of Measures 58 Sections DBS MOINES April 10 Working as a committee of the SCATTERED RAIN TO COVER STATE Weather Bureau Forecasts Snow in Western and North Portions DES MOINES April 10 Scattered rain over Iowa today probably will spread over the entire state tonight and tomorrow chang ing to snow in the west and north portions Heaviest rain during the last 24 hours was reported by Clarinda in southwest Iowa where 15 inch fell Albia had 08 Omaha 06 and Des Moines 04 Colder weather is forecast in western Iowa tonight and in the east and south sections tomorrow The coldest portion will be the north where it will be 25 degrees above zero while in the southwest it will be 30 and in the southeast 35 Estherville with a reading of 35 was the coldest point in the state last night and Forest City the warmest with 52 whole the Iowa house today tenta tively approved six of the 58 sec tions of the state beer law revision bill before recessing Under the procedure the house will informally consider amend ments to put the bill in unanimous ly agreed form return the measure to the liquor committee to have changes inserted and then bring it back to the floor for final passage Representative J P Gallagher D of Iowa liquor control com mittee chairman proposed the com mittee of the whole to save time and prevent deadlocks over any debatable features of the bill Revision in Phraseology Two minor amendments making slight revision in phraseology were indorsed One offered for the liquor committee by Representative C L Rice D of Keokuk would prevent retailers from the refilling with keg beer of picnic bottles Gallagher said he believed the bill as prepared in subcommittee has the favor of the majority of as sembly members in its general form Features of the bill include Creation of a state permit board composed of the state treasurer auditor and secretary of state with power to review action of cities anc counties in the handling of retai permits General increase in all classes of permit fees Add State Permit Addition of a state permit cost ing required of all retail per mit holders proceeds to be used in administration of the state boarc and employment of up to five state beer investigators Limits the number of class permits to be issued with one for each 500 population up to 2500 and Turn to 3 Column o State Agents Enter Probe of Vice at U IOWA CITY April 10 agents of the state bureau of inves tigation arrived here today with orders from Gov Clyde L Herring to investigate vice conditions in this university town The governor ordered the investi gation as a result of the indefinite suspension from the University of Iowa of 23 members of the Phi Beta Delta fraternity on charges of keep ing a disorderly house University officials also ordered disbanding of the Iowa chapter of the fraternity Reports Too Conflicting In Des Moines Governor Herring said he sent the agents to Iowa City because he had received so many reports of varigus kinds some of them conflicting that he want ed to learn the actual situation He said he had instructed Agents Moorhead and Haight to give every assistance possible to Iowa City and University officials A number of prominent Jewish business and professional men were in conference this morning with Robert E Rienow dean of men and President Eugene A Gilmore in re gard to the Phi Beta Delta frater nity situation Dean Rienow said that the men were in no way attempting to in tercede in behalf of the fraternity but that they merely were interest ed in learning all of the facts in the case 4 IOWA BANDITS WALK INTO TRAP Gilmore Refuses Interview President Gilmore refused to grant an interview today but an nounced through his secretary that he would not comment directly The presidents that w Gilmore has tosay Dean Rienow who is in complete charge Dean Rienow promised full coop eration with the state investigators Among those in conference with university officials were Robbi Eu gene Mannheimer Des Moines N Schoen Cedar Rapids furrier Rob ert Lappen federal probation offi cer of Des Moines Harry Ginsberg Des Moines merchant and Abe Bass Cedar Rapids attorney Fraternity Members Move Members of the oustead frater nity moved from the chapter house this morning after spending the night there Most of the men took temporary rooms in the city State Agents Moorhead Haight arrived here about 11 a m If there is not a inorough clean up of conditions which exist in fraternities I intend to begin an investigation of my own when the grand jury convenes May 6 was the warning hurled at univer sity officials by County Attorney A E Baldwin The warring followed indefinite Turn to Face 3 Column SETBYOFFICERS Lodged in Jail Following Attempt to Get Albia Mine Payroll ALBIA April 10 5 Four ban dits who attempted to hold up op erators of the Smoky Hollow Coal company and steal a payroll walked into a trap set by a posse and were captured near here today Acting on a tip the holdup at tempt would be made the posse of seven officers and seven deputized civilians lay in wait along the Al biaHitemah road 2 miles north west of Albia John and Leonard Evans oper ators of the coal company had been informed of the plans and agreed to aid in the effort to capture the holdup men Bandits Halt Car When the bandits driving to wards Albia halted the operators car as it was going to the coal com pany headquarters in Hiteman the coal companys men offered no re sistance the paper money and started to speed away The posse which was armed with three ma chine guns and eight rifles opened fire from concealment One of the bullets inflicted a flesh wound in the thigh of the driver of the hold up car The automobile almost turned over then careened tot gltcfi The fourinen came out with their hands above their heads and made no attempt to use the pistols rifles sawed off shotguns in their The bandits took wrapped package of Kid Gloves By RUDOLF JOSTEN Copyright 1935 by The Associated rrcM BERLIN April 10 same medieval battle ax which fell on the leeks of two noblewomen spies six weeks ago lopped the heads today rom two men accused of a crime ommitted of political hatred Sally Eppstein a 28 year old Jew and Hans Ziegler 34 year old Aryan went to the execution block n Ploetzensee prisons gloomy ourtyard for the slaying of Horst Vessel the martyred bard of nazism Once more the 67 year old offi cial executioner donned his top hat cid gloves and tailcoat to perform lis grewsome task The two prisoners had been in ormed at 6 p m last night to pre mre for your last 12 hours Cell Doors Opened At the same time the heavy death cell doors were opened for he night to enable the wardens whose duty it is to entertain death candidates during their last mo ments to keep the doomed men from falling asleep Shortly before 6 a m the prison director enjoined Ziegler and Epp stein to prepare for the last act of and car Brought to Jail The four men brought to the Al bia jail gave their names as Ned Warner of North Riverside 111 who was said to be the driver of the car James Marvino who gave no address Mike Barra Chicago and George Schindler Chicago Officers Turn to Tape 3 Column 3 Liquor With Illinois State Seals Seized by Waterloo Police WATERLOO April 10 terloo police last night seized 132 bottles pints and quarts of liquor bearing Illinois state seals and ar rested Robert Zubor 40 Davenport and Joe Clares 51 Chicago for vio lating the Iowa liquor control act The auto in which the liquor was found also is being held Reich Air Minister Wed to Actress at City Hall Fuehrer Hitler One of Two Groomsmen for Gen Goering BERLIN April 10 Her mann Wilhelm Goering relch air minister and Frau Emmy Sonne mann 38 year old actress were married today in a 13 minute cere mony in Berlins city hall Reichsfuehrer Hitler clad in his brown uniform was one of the two groomsmen A vast crowd in City Hall square standing on rooftops and craning necks from windows shouted itself hoarse as the bridal couple entered the municipal building No specta tors were admitted to the cere mony however except members of the wedding party The marriage was solemnized by tall Mayor Heinrich Sahm clad in a somber Prince Albert coat and top hat with the heavy golden chain of his office hung about his shoul ders He was assisted by Julius Lip pert state commissioner for Berlin An honor company of police bear ing rifles presented arms and a po lice band played as the bridal par ty emerged from city hall A traffic jam described by police as the worst in years threw down town Berlin into a turmoil as the city turned out enmasse for the bridal procession More than 30000 storm troopers picked nazi guards Hitler youths and police took up their positions along the route of the wedding pro GENERAL GOERING General Goering and his brid last night entertained the diplo matic corps members of the reicil and Prussian cabinets governmen officials party leaders and severa thousand additional guests at th most brilliant opera performanc since the fall of kaiserdom 2 More Heads Lopped Off in Germany by Battle Ax xecutioner Dons Hat Tailcoat and Boy Still Missing justice The prisoners donned jackets and with their brown bands chained to their backs were led to the block Confirmation of the death verdict passed last June was read from an improvised stand in the prison courtyard The condemned men were then told that their appeal for clemency had been rejected by Reicbsfuehrer Hitler Crime Carefully Planned The verdict said the crime on Horst Wessel was carefully planned and committed out of political hatred Wessel was shot to death Jan 1 1930 as the outcome of an alter cation with his landlady Six com munists have been sentenced to terms up to six years for the crime Ali Hoehler one of the defendants who died while serving his term testified he fired the fatal shot but did so in self defense Eppstein was said to be the first Jew beheaded in Germany history He and Ziegler both communists were condemned to death after their case had been brought to court for rehearing last June TWO CONVICTS SLAIN BY POSSE Members of Gang of Six Who Wounded Guard in Break From Prison Farm CAMDEN S Car April 10 ffl Two convicts were killed early to day in a brush with a posse pur suing the remnant of a band of six who seriously wounded a guard in breaking from the state prison farm near here Sunday Capt H H Kester of the peniten tiary guard said Carnell Williams o Spartanburg and Willie Jackson of Charlestown were shot down by members of a large posse including national guardsmen Williams was said by John Sim mons of Charleston another convict recaptured yesterday to have sworn never to be taken alive Simmons said the six fleeing Ne groes split into two groups in an effort to elude searchers and slip from the dense swamp where they first sought refuge The Charleston Negro unarmed and clothed in garments stolen from a nearby house surrendered yester day to Ray Boykin a member o the posse from Sumter county HI was returned to the prison farm At Least 10 Killed as Roof Collapses CANTON China April 10 At least 10 persons were killet and more than 50 seriously injurec today in the collapse of the roo of the Capital theater a Chines talking picture house Many women and children were among the vie tims The dead and injured trappei by the falling roof were crushei beneath the heavy beams CHICAGO April 10 Hope dimmed today for the finding of little Richard Max Perrot above missing 4 year old mute youth as police ended the fifth day of hunting for the child who is believed to have been abducted by a moron NO ALTERATIVE Extension Urged Act Hel Fundamentally Sound by Businessman WASHINGTON April 10 Edward A Filene Boston business man told the senate finance com mittee today there was no alterna tive for NRA except whatever Dr Townsend Father Coughlin and Hu ey Long propose Holding that NRA was fundamen tally sound Filene said the day had passed in this country when busi less could make more profit by pay ing employes less Retail grocers 40000 strong ad ded their voices to the chorus rising from some quarters of industry in behalf of the extension of NRA Urges Continuance H C Peterson of Chicago speak ing for the national association o retail grocers urged the senate fi nance committee to continue the re covery law for two more years A similar plea was received by the committee from S L Hoffman New York cotton garment manufac turer who testified to widesprea benefits to workers and business un der the code Peterson said his industrys cod had been a code of ethics and tha its abandonment would bring an era of price cutting so vicious tha many grocers would be forced ou of business Norris Offers Broposal Senator Norris RNebr ex pressed the view that to correc faults in the operation of the na tional recovery act two policies ar fundamental 1 That the government take larger part in drafting codes to les sen the influence of big business 2 That the government rathe than business enforce the code Norris would retain what he regard as the best features of NRA NAMED IN SALE OF PROTECTION AT SIOUX CITY Others Accused by Marshall in Liquor Investigation By ROY P PORTER Associated Press Staff Writer DBS MOINES April 10 ax Duckworth Woodbury county torney was named by Verne Mar hall Cedar Rapids editor as an fficlal who was heading the organ ation selling protection In Sioux testimony before the execu ve session of the legislative com littee investigating the liquor con rol commission showed today Marshalls statement made dur ng a closed session last Thursday in replyto a question by Com ittee Counsel Floyd Page the rec rd disclosed The name of Max Duckworth ras given to me as that of an of icial who was heading the organ zation selling protection in Sioux ity the testimony showed Mar hall replied Nine Others Named Nine other Sioux City men were amed by the editor the official rec rd sets forth Coincident with the release of the estimony for publication by Page he committee revealed that Joe en Des Moines bondsman had jeen called before an executive ses ion April 2 for questioning after Marshall had included Gagen in his off the record statement Notes of the testimony have not ieen transcribed by Reporter Carl V RUey and probably will not Ibe Page aiid the comtBlttee re of Jl dont be lieve so from the witness Grand Jury Ctets Notes Shorthand notes of Gagens testi mony were taken before a Polk county grand jury recently as a fur ther inquiry in the asserted pay off system was begun it was re iably reported The committee called Gagen after he bondsmans name had been brought into the investigation by he editor Chairman M X Geske D of McGregor declared In the executive session the committee and ts counsel was not able to develop any connection between the activi ties of Gagen and the liquor com mission and for that reason the line of inquiry was dropped Geske de ilared Geske declared Marshall by pub icatiou of a story in the Cedar Ra pids Gazette naming Gagen had jroken his agreement with the com mittee not to reveal the executive session testimony Two Different Persons Marshall the newspaperman and Marshall the investigator are two different persons so far as the com mittee is concerned Geske said However Gagens testimony not being pertinent to the investigation by this committee is of little value now Marshall named the following Sioux City men as alleged violators of the Iowa liquor control act in Sioux City the record showed to day Ike Sherman Joe Siegel Gus Ver Turn to Page Z Column St RECEIVES A GOOD PHEASANT DINNER DOESNT BREAK LAW Peterson former boxer here walked int Fishs cafe with a live pheasant i his arms I want a good pheasant dinner he told the startled waiter Sorry said the waiter but cant cook it for agains the law to kill em I mean I want a good dinner fo the bird Peterson explained was flying up and down the niai street in front of the cafe so tamed it with a right hook After feeding the pheasant Pe erson took it to a nearby park an released it Booklet of Best Poems The finest thoughts and senti ments of the race have been ex pressed in verse There are certaia poems every one loves This booklet is made up of old poema those best loved from coast to coast by tha people of the United States There is great enjoyment for every one Ja 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