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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 5 1936 FIFTEEN 11 ARGUMENTS SET FOR APRIL TERM I State Supreme Court Will I Hear Actions Brought in I "Graft" Case. | DES MOINES, UPJ--The state su- X preem court TLursday set the hearts ing of arguments in actions brought iby three Woodbury county "graft" [grand jury defendants for its April I- f term full bench sitting beginning 'J April 7. ':' The three defendants, first Ass i Atty. Gen. Walter Matey, Ray Har t rison and Joe Gagen, asked a review { of District Judge Earl Peters' re fusal to quash the indictment against them. The grand jury charged Male with gambling conspiracy, conspir acy to obstruct justice and interfer ence with justice. Gagen, a De Moines professional bondsman, we charged with gambling conspiracy Harrison, a Des Moines attorney | who served as a special investigato j of the grand jury on appointmen | Jay the state executive council, wa^ j charged with conspiracy to obstruc 5 'justice an.d interference with jus- '' tice. In its order Thursday the supremi court also authorized Gagen and Harrison to adopt Haley's argumen PRUIIC MAKES GOOD TOAST FRESH BROWN COUNTRY EGGS MANY FLAVORS OF ICE CREAM as their own. and granted oral argument on their petition. Their request for a review of Judge Peters' decision is based primarily on the contention that Special Prosecutor H. M. Havner was not legally qualified to take part in the action. Rites for Carl Mehl, 50, Conducted in Rake RAKE -- Funeral Services were held for Carl Mehl, 50, at the Zion Lutheran church, the Rev. T. H. Benson officiating. He died at his home after a lingering illness, leaving one sister, Mrs. Dora Peterson of Buffalo Center and two brothers, John of Frost and Ole of Rake. Junior High Winner Named. CLARION--The junior high declamatory contest was held Monday night in the high school auditorium after numerous postponements because of the weather conditions. Ben Birdsall was winner of first place in the oratorical division and Gene Speedling placed second. Verlene Carrol was first in the dramatic and leathering Jerde second. Frances Hoyt took first place in the humorous division and Betty Harson, second. Judges were Miss Ursula Mussel, Miss Hilma Richardson and H. L. Sittings. DOUG FAIRBANKS UNABLE TO WED U. S. Consulate in Pans Refuses to Marry Him to Lady Ashley. PARIS. UP)--Attaches of the United States consulate refused Thursday to marry Douglas Fairbanks. Sr., movie actor, and Lady Ashley, former actress. The consulate officials told Fairbanks that they did not have the right to perform the ceremony. Previously, French authorities had refused to make an exception for Fairbanks and Lady Ashley to the French laws governing marriages. Friends of Fairbanks said the actor intended to try to get the ceremony performed in some other European country. Goodyear Ordered to Stop Discriminating in Fixing Tire Prices WASHINGTpN, W)--The federal trade commission Thursday ordered the Goodyear Tire and Rubber com- pany of Akron, Ohio, to "cease and desist" from discriminating in prices between Sears Roebuck and company and Goodyear's retail dealer customers for automobile tires. The company is ordered to stop selling the tires to Sears Roebuck "at not realized prices which are lower thim the net realized prices at which the said respondent (Goodyear) sells the same sizes of tires of comparable grade and quality to individual tire dealers or other purchasers." P. W. LifcMield, Goodyear president, promtply announced his company's intention of appealing the commission ruling to the courts, saying that if permitted to stand the decision "would wipe out a widely used trade practice under which a substantial proportion of the country's total retail business is done." At present, Goodyear has a contract with Sears Roebuck expiring in 1942 which, the commission has alleged, gives that company benefits that have resulted in the destruction of small retail dealers to whom the purported special discount has not been available. Goodyear was directed to file with the commission within 30 days a written report stating in detail the manner in which the order will be "compiled with and conformed to." Morgenthau Reports U. S. to Absorb All Canada Silver Output WASHINGTON, (if)--Secretary Morgenthau said Thursday his agreement to buy newly mined Canadian silver through the Bank of Canada was expected to absorb the dominion's entire output. The production was estimated by treasury officials at about 16,000,000 ounces per year. Morgenthau said the treasury would fix the price to be paid for the metal rather than to be governed by the prevailing New York price. The treasury figure is about one-fourth cent an ounce higher than that quoted in New York. Rake Declam Firsts to Give Talks at Ledyard RAKE--The local high school declamatory contest was held at the school auditorium Tuesday evening. First place winners were. Dramatic, Dorothy Havnen; oratorical, Arllne Rake, and humorous, Lyle Beaver. They will compete at the district contest at Ledyard, Wednesday evening, March 11. Others participating were: Oratorical, Lillian Haugen, Chris Mchl and Thomas Sapa; dramatic. Marjorie Hanson, Christine Sabln and Hazel Erdal; humorous, Lillian Pederson, Mai-vis Olson and Alma Herem. Three Armies March to Aid Shansi Forces Fighting Communists PEIPING, UP) -- Armies from three provinces were on the march Thursday to the assistance of forces in Shansi province in the north where large forces of communists were reported moving in. Harold Matthews, American missionary from Marshalltown, Iowa, reported from Fenchow, in Shansi province, that feverish defense preparations were proceeding. He declared the mission officials were not in danger as the city is strongly garrisoned and would be able to withstand a three month siege. Night Shift Rushes Okoboji Ice Harvest ARNOLDS PARK, UP)--A night shift, working under electric lights, is rushing the ice harvest in the ice field near Des Moines beach on West Okoboji Lake. Heavy snow and bitter weather delayed the harvest this winter and though the ice now is 34 inches thick, operators fear spring weather will come too soon to complete the work unless a night shift is cm- ployed. It is the first time floodlights have ever been used here in the ice harvest. Even without the outflow of AAA benefit checks, the federal government still writes about sixty-eight million clipcks a. year.--U n 11 c d States News. Republican Leaders From 15 Midwestern States Hold Ssession CHICAGO, OB--Republican leaders from 15 midwcstcrn states converged on Chicago Thursday for a meeting designed to perfect organization for the coming campaign. 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