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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 12, 1935, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI K1VE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SKRV1CB MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1935 SECTION ONK THIS PAPER CONSISTS Of TWO SECTIONS NO 207 F R Feels Court Slap Humphrey Case Was Overshadowed by Other Two By CHAKLES P STEWART Central 1tcss Staff Writer ASHINGTON June h e United States su preme courts re cent decision in what is known as the Humphrey case has been overshadowed as to public interest manifested in it by the high tri bunals simultan eously rendered decisions in the NRA and Fraz ierLemke cases which most folk evidently regard as having been by far the most important of the three This may be a correct estimate too Trade the industries and labor doubtless are more immediately af lecled by the NRA ruling than by either the FarzierLemke or the Humphrey opinions Agriculture is more immediately effected by nulli fication of the FrazierLemke piece of legislation intended to case the farm mortgage situation than by the Humphrey and NRA findings Effects of the NRA and Frazier Lemke judgments economic as well as political in their nature are felt right now The Humphrey issue was in its immediate aspects predominantly political Slap on Wrist Nevertheless the supreme courts ruling on it was a much more em phatic slap on President Roosevelts wrist than were either of the other two decisions The FrazierLemke law a stop gap measure pending enactment of a more comprehensive one sought to qualify what the supreme bench interprets as the constitutional in violabilityvol cbntracts accordingly it was found therefore void This was not much of a slam at the president The original FrazierLemke bill was not of his inspiration It was framed and passed on Capitol hill True the president signed it but the supreme court having knocked it out his only necessary comment considering that it was no brain child of his own was oh well Congress Participates The white house did have a great deal to do with influencing congress to establish NRA and other apha betical setups by executive order But after all the president did not assume that he had the right to issue the orders without legisla tive authorization Such orders he recognized are of a sort that con gress alone is entitled to issue What he did say in was that congress acts slowly and the orders might need to be issued in jigtime For that reason he asked Turn Ifl Page 1 Column 21 SEES NEED OF PERMANENT PEACE Iowa County Officers Open Convention Here SPEAKERS URGE LOCAL CONTROL OF GOVERNMENT Resolutions Expected to Oppose Tendency at Centralization Local control of government by local people That was the keynote of the con vention of the Iowa County Officers association which opened Wednes day afternoon at the high school auditorium with several hundred delegates expected later in the day and for the individual sessions Thursday Local government formed the center of deliberations of the reso lutions committee in session a large part of the day under the chairman ship of B B Dewey DCS Moines The convention was expected to pass on the resolutions late Wed nesday Truly Representative One of the resolutions certain to go before the convention and be passed expressed the belief that the NEXT ON PROGRAM Wednesday Evening June 12 At Hotel Hanford beginning at p lunch and floor show Rusty Hinge quartet toe dancing Garners Genial Jest ers TinCanoLin act military dance sextet magic song by Lawrence Cain tap dance marimba solos comedy song and dance and acrobatic dance Thursday June 12 Associations convene at a m supervisors in high school auditorium auditors and treas urers in Music hall clerks court in room 213 of high school recorders at Hotel Hanford en gineers at the HiY room of the Y M C A and stewards and matrons in banquet room of Y M C A Help Trap Weyerhaeuser Kidnapers FILIBUSTER NEW THREAT TO NRA BILL IN SENATE Tax A 20 cent cigaret case and a couple of young ladies who knew how to use heir heads resulted in the capture of two of the Weyer haeuser kidnapers in Salt Lake City Utah Miss Eclythc Morley 24 left clerk in the store sold Mrs Harmon M Waley a riparct case and turned the bill she received over to Miss Marion Samuel 19 right cashier in the store She In turn handed the bill over to a detec tive with the result that Mrs Waley and her husband are inthe cus of government agents and are alleged to have confessed to their part in the kidnaping of George Weyerhaeuser Central Press MAN FOUN IN NEW Hi DEAD UPTON Yarroad Farm Manager for Insurance Firm Dies in Hotel NEW HAMPTON June H Yarroad was found dead in his bed at the Miller hotel Wednesday morning It was believed by the cor oner that he succumbed from nat ural causes Mr Yarroad whose home was in Eldora was farm man ager of the Equitable Life Insur ance company of New York FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Wed nesday night and Thursday ex cept possibly shoivers in the ex treme west portion Thursday Somewhat cooler in north por tion and in north central por tion Thursday MINNESOTA Generally fair Wednesday night and Thursday except possibly showers in ex treme west Thursday cooler in past portion Wednesday night and in southeast and extreme east Thursday warmer in northwest Thursday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Wednesday morning maximum Tuesday R Minimum in Night 53 At 8 A M Wednesday 75 Those rare days glorified by the poets have arrived at last as wit ness the foregoing statistical mat ter relating to Tuesdays weather offcnne county government as now consti tuted in America is the most demo cratic and truly representative that has ever been devised and ex pressing opposition to any theor etical bureaucratic or centralized control Local government as it is now constituted in the counties was likewise the feature of the first of the regular addresses on the con vention floor by Miss Lucile E Bess Chicago secretary to Dr Al len D Albert editor of the National County Magazine official publica tion of the American County Offi cers association Hard Fight Waged Miss Bess stated that a hard fight was being waged in Indiana against a bill introduced in the leg islature there for consolidation of counties and centralization oi local governments This bill would en1 tirely wipe out the existing county governments and the township trustees she said Miss Bess who took the place of Dr Albert on the program compli mented the work of the state county officers association As you know the county form of government originated in England many years ago she said During the early period of settlement in this country county government was adopted as being the most practical the most effective and wholly rep resentative form of local govern ment Backbone of Government Surely form of government that has so basic a foundation can Tiirn fo Column 3 Issue Drawn at Midwest Party Rally By ROBERT M 1ODER SPRINGFIELD 111 June 12 Ml constitution became a leading grass roots campaign issue today with midwestern republican politi cians declaring themselves ready to combat the destructive forces at work in America today Organizers of the 10 state conven tion indicated they would continue to strive for a 1936 republican vic tory on the basis of the save the constitution slogan and a direct at tack upon President Roosevelt Following adjournment General Chairman Harris E Spangler of the grass rooters said Heart of Midwest The conference has spoken It has reflected the true heart of the midwest The people of this terri tory have volunteered at the Hrst call in the defense of our American institutions No gathering of 10000 people could have been more repre sentative In brief the party rally at Lin colns shrine 1 Stressed the save the constitu tion battle cry 2 Made a sustained attack di rectly upon President Roosevelt holding him responsible for crit icised phases of the new deal 3 Avoided carefully any G O P presidential boom Fear Centralization Orators hammered away at the constitution topic expressing fear of centralization and dictatorship during the two day convention at the scene of Abraham Lincolns pol itical triumphs I The cue came from Frank 0 Low den former governor of Illinois I who emerged from retirement to de 1 clsre the administration wanted an j NRA amendment with the essen tial forms of American government challenged John D M Hamilton of Kansas said it proved the existence of a Turn trt Pace 3 Column 2 CHINESE COUNCIL REJECTS DEMAND New Unsettling Factor Is Injected Into Situation in North China BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A new unsettling factor was in jected into the north China situa tion Wednesday with reports that the central political council highest executive body of the Nanking Na tionalist government had rejected the Japanese military authorities demands for the PeipingTientsin area reports said the political council meeting in ur gent executive session voted to re ject the Japanese demands of May 29 and that Premier Wang Cheng Wei was flying to Chengtu to con fer with Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek concerning the crisis news reports said sentiment was manifest in north China for creation of an in dependent state composed of four northern provinces which would be friendly to Japan and unconnected with the Nanking government additional Japan ese troops debarked enroute to Tientsin foreign military observers expressed the opinion the next few days would determine whether north China would be subject to a Japanese militaryinvasion army lead ers protested to Chahar provincial Bill Up in House Utility Act to Come Up There Soon WASHINGTON June 12 A filibuster in the senate Lodiy threatened the NRA extension bill as democratic leaders sought to push it through Senator Long DLa began the filibuster launching a rambling discussion of NRA He is asking the Gore amendment which would re quire senate confirmation of all government officers who receive more than SjOOO a year The leaders were disconcerted Unless the senate acts this week the old NRA law expires Sunday with not even a revised setup lo take the place of the machinery dismantled by the recent supreme court decision Utility Kight Moves On A 75000 000 tax bill was shaped up for passage in the house It would continue for years existing socalled nuisance levies On the house schedule today were minor naval bills Before long it must face what probably will prove a long drawn fight over the admin istrations measure to abolish wtmt are deemed unnecessary utility holding companies It was passed by the senate yesterday 56 to 32 Rightofway was granted by the house rules committee today to an administration must bill necessi tated by the supreme courts NRA decision that creating a central statistical committee and central statistical board Finland officially notified the state department that it would as usual pay its semiannual war debt installment of on June 13 Activity Is Lessened With President Roosevelt and many other key new dealers out of the city activity in other down town government departments was lessened Attention centered on the Shrin ers convention with another big pa rade scheduled for tonight Political Washington pondering the implications of the grass roots republican convention at Springfield 111 heard that advo cates of a liberal national third party will meet at Chicago on July 5 and 6 Praise for the creed adopted by the republicans came from members of that party while democrats voiced criticism or poked fun at its provisions Two Sioux City Men Accused of Perjury SIOUX CITY June 12 Sam Stevens night club owner and L C Wright were arrested on perjury charges in connection with testi What Mahan Left Behind JITC Murphy Unite chief of police displaying contents of the suit rasp found in William Millions car Note the gray suit too smnll for Mahun Wryirhaiiiscr kidnap suspect indicating tn had an with him Note also the printing set with which he evidently planned to niter serial numbers of ransom hills Oivtral Press mony given at the recent hearing against Henry C ouster Kuhl mann resigned public safety com missioner Both men modified their testimony at different times during the Kuhlmann trial Stevens con cerning knowledge of a bootleggers name and Wright over whether he had been threatened for appearin as a witness Says Canada Likely Mahan HISAPPROVALOF ARMYINCREASES Addresses Graduates of Military Academy at West Point TEXT ON PAGE 5 WEST POINT N Y June 12 T President Roosevelt called for an assurance of permanent peace be orc the graduating class of the United Slates military academy and he high command of the army on hose historic grounds today Mr Roosevelt spoke from a stand at the base of the battle monument it Trophy Point overlooking the reen covered banks of the Hudson Proposing peace to the uniformed ren before him the president also announced his approval of legisla ion to increase the military force Because of a conviction that the army had ocen reduced to a level injustificd by a due regard to our own safety Peace Greatest Xerd The greatest need of the world today he said is the assurance of permanent peace an assurance jased on mutual understanding and mutual regard Riding here by motor from his home at Hyde Park N Y the pres ident was greeted with the 21 gun presidential salute as he entered the grounds Relatives of the new officers of the army surrounded the 1935 class in the bright sun The firm announcement by Mr Roosevelt of an increase in the BULLETIN MOBIIIDOE S Dak June 12 man believed to be a suspect in the Weyor haetiser kidnaping was arrested here aboard a freight today by Werner Hanni federal agent and returned immediately to Bilker Mont for questioning Unofficial sources said Hie man was believed lo Do William Mahan scar marked fugitive believed seen yesterday in Butte Mont BUTTE Mont June 12 Pi Search for William Mahan fugitive exconvict named as one of the George Weyerhaeuser kidnapers turned suddenly to Canada today on a hot tip from William Mahon Great Falls Mont transportation executive Mahon vice president of a cab company who has known Mahan since childhood said the elusive scar faced fugitive adopted an alias sim ilar to his name and that the true name of the hunted man is William Dainard and that he formerly lived at Vidora Saskatchewan Canada He said he believes Mahan fled there when the search for him in Montana became too intense WESLEY BOY IS KILLED IN CRASH Cousin Badly Injured Auto Accidents Take Lives of 2 Other lowans WESLEY June Lloyd 1fi Wesley was killed and his cousin John Lloyd 24 also of Wesley was critically injured today when the car in which they were riding crashed into a bank and hurtled 40 feet through the air on a side road about 2 miles east of St Benedict They were riding in a car belongj promote friendship and to discour tion of applause Family Joins Him Mrs Roosevelt who flew here to day from Raleigh N Car joined the president and his mother upon their arrival at the exercises John youngest son of Mr Roosevelt ac companied him to the stand The president personally handed out the diplomas to the white cap ped gray coated graduates shak ing the hand of each Under the canopy behind him sat Secretary Dern General Douglas MacArthur chief of staff and of ficers of the first army corps It was an imposing assemblage of army leaders The chief executive said Of Full Value If you strive at all times to CIO pIUlCSLCU LU pLUViuuidl TIT T authorities against the questioning Pioneer Woman IS of a group of Japanese army offi cers motoring through the territory by a Chinese local magistrate ETHIOPIA SENDS NOTE TO ITALY Protest Against Colonial Troops Agression Is Strongly Worded ADDIS ABABA June 12 Ethiopia presented a strongly word ed note to the Italian minister today protesting against what she termed characteristic aggression by Italys colonial troops against Ethio pian territory The protest signed by Foreign Minister Herouy was a reply to the Italian emissarys complaint con failed to act nn t oerning an alleged incident near the Monroe church to Association Answers Communism Charges by Ousting Preacher INDIANOLA June 12 Roger Williams Association of Bap tists answered charges of commun ism socialism and modernism by the Rev J M Carlson of Monroe by ousting him from the association as a minister in good standing The association meeting here request of tho withdraw from Richberg Declares Constitution Ought to Permit Growth GALESBURG HI June 12 Donald R Richberg chairman of the governing board of NRA today told the graduating class of Knox college here that a constitution must permit economic growth or prove to be a mockery and a delusion Buried at Harlan HARLAN June 12 Mrs John Burcham SI daughter of the first lumber and grain mill opera tor in western Iowa was buried here Wednesday Mrs Burcham a I resident of Shelby and Harrison i counties since 1850 died Tuesday i Plan Special Program I WHEELERWOOD June 12 There will be special services at the Will George Wcyerhaeusers kid napers plead guilty eral Lindbergh tion debated today after Thomas H Tracy special agent for the depart ment of justice and Owen P Hughes assistant U S attorney filed the federal kidnap charges ing to Roy Sherman of Wesley with whom they had gone fishing yesterday Sherman was not with them when the accident occurred James Lloyd wno was the son of Mr and Mrs J H Lloyd of Wes ley suffered a broken neck John Lloyd who is the manager of the Lloyd Pool hall at Wesley suffered skull and other injuries He is un conscious N E Heitor farmer who was plowing corn in a nearby field said the car suddenly plunged from the road into the bank The accident must have been caused by some me chanical defect he said since there were no other1 vehicles on the road John Lloyd is in the Kossiith county hospital at Algona for treat ment KILLED IX HEADOK fed CRASH AT IOWA FALLS was the quesIOWA FALLS June Cutler 31 Newark N J Jewish newspaper writer was killed and Alexander Richard 31 Newark and L N Gorham of Omaha were in jured in an automobile crash Tues day evening on a highway 65 curve age suspicion to teach respect for the rights of others and to decry aggression to oppose intolerance with a spirit of mutual helpfulness then indeed your service be of full value to your government and a source of satisfaction to your selves Two hundred seventy six cadets marched to battle monument to re ceive diplomas from their com mandcrinchief The graduation ceremonies al ways a colorful event at West Point took on added significance because Mr Poosevelt was the Turn to Olmnn I Telling Time by the Stars The Waleys reputed to have conj iesscd here and Mahan too when caught could plead guilty and vir tually be certain of only life impris onment The Lindbergh law provides the death penalty only when the victim is harmed Under Washingtons kidnap law death isautom i convicted kidnapers unless the jury specifically recommends life impris onment cars mct hoadon and officers Every night the United States naval observatory in Washington fixes the exact time from the stars Three times a day standard time signals are flashed to all corners of the country How may one tell time by astronomical observation This and 50 other intriguing ques tions in popular astronomy are vn swcrcd in the GlobeGazette new service booklet on the earth sun mnon stars and planets Neptune 13 2629000000 miles from tho earth said Gorham apparently was mak ing the turn on the wrong side of the black lines and the marks on so far from the center of the solar the paving indicated ho tried to get i system that sunlight there is only inside the linos when near the apone ninehundredth part of sunlight Cutler car which also on theearth This new service booklet will en you to survey the whole field a few evenings Illustrated with fine astronomical photograpns In close 10 cents to cover cost hand I proachin state i t0 dc solth side of the line j natic for i jn an effort to miss the Gorham car i church Sunday June 16 A program has been arranged for in the ab sence of the Rev Mr Miller who June is a bad time to marry Your friends have spent their spare has gone to Wadena to hold sorv change for graduation j Codar Rapids Both autos were badly damaged Richard and Cutler were taken to Ellsworth hospital where Cutler died from fractured ribs and internal in1 a juries They were on the way from I Minneapolis to Denver with a ionct show Use coupon RALPH W ANDERSON IN RINGSTED DISPATCH Tafari Katma frontier posts the association lowa newspapers are devoting column after column of space and editorials to im press their readers wtih Iowas advantages and why people of this state should be es pecially happy this year The newspapers are donating this space and spending a great deal of time and money in an effort fo make lowans realize just how fortunate they are But the publishers must have help from every other lowan to put the program across and make this state even bigger and better than it i today So let or our state KILLKI AS HIS CAR KAILS TO MAKE CURVE j Juno 12 i When his oar failed to make a I I eurve on highway 30 a mile west of Chelsea at 11 p m last night iFdwani Ostcr Writer killed j lc suffered a broken neck and i erushed chest Ralph Henis Mar shalilown sustained broken ribs i ind deep ruts and Rnmlall MrDrnI ioi Coggon nfferrd Jaeorations i i am buiisos Tho tvo latter are in a i Marsnalltown hospital The Mason City GlobcGazetts Information bureau Frederic J Haskin director Washington D C T inclose 10 cents In coin care fully for booklet on Asi ronomy Name Street City State Mail fo Washington D C ;