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Monday, March 19, 1934
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TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 19 · 1934 EXTRA GRANTS ON TWO JOBS ASKED Applications Forwarded to Federal PWA Office, Says Hopkins. DES MOINES, March 19. Applications for additional grants totaling $10,366.13 on two Iowa projects have been forwarded to the federal public works administration office, P. F. Hopkins, PWA engineer for Iowa, announced today. The supplemental applications included a request for a grant of $9,751.43 for secondary road work in Union county, and S614.70 for a water works project at West Union. Applications which the Iowa office has received now total 260, Hopkins reported. Applications approved by Washington officials number 128. Muscatine Man Sues for Pay Claimed to Be Due Under NRA MUSCATINE, March 19. W)-Believed to be the first case of its kind to be filed in a district court in Iowa, G. F. Perigo brought suit against Fred Angell, proprietor of a chain of Maid-Rite sandwich stands to collect $338.40 alleged due for wages under provisions of President Roosevelt's NRA agreement. The case is filed for the March term of district court. Perigo who operated a stand for Angell signed the president's wage agreement on Oct. 15 and was awarded an NRA blue eagle. The agreement provided for a minimum ·wage of SU a week for a 40 hour week with pay of one and one-third or 35 cents an hour overtime. Perigo claims he averaged 94 hours a week during the months from October through January and claims 5302.40 of the amount to be due for 54 hours overtime each week for 12 weeks and in addition $3 a week due on regular wages for the 12 weeks period. MUSCATINE MAN BADLY WOUNDED Cook Shot By Proprietor of Cafe; Firing of Gun Called Accident MOTOR INDUSTRY LEADERS GATHER (Continued From Fuse 1) sented by a spokesman of his own choosing." The strike threat comes at the peak of the automobile season. Three or four weeks from now the rush is expected to taper off. That fact led observers to believe that the labor war, if it comes, will come quickly. Ten thousand workers gathered at mass meetings in Detroit yesterday to discuss their grievances. William F". Collins, representative of the A. F. of L,., read a list of rules to *-uide them if the strike is called. The rules designate leaders and provide for orderly picketing. Simlar meetings were called in Flint and Pontiac. MUSCATINE, March 19. Orvttle Brown, 33, was in a critical condition at Hershey hospital here this morning', as the result of a his -bodyKoVTeft to right, was fired from a .38 caliber pistol in-the hands of George Clay, proprietor of the cafe in which Brown is night cook. Police and Clay, a bridegroom of two days, said the shooting was "purely accidental." No charges against Clay had been filed this morning. l)Hg Chapter Formed. HUMBOLDT, March 19. (JP--The Will A. Dilg Conservation League of Iowa has organized a chapter here with a membership of 25. Officers are W. F. Hopley, president; D. H. Sherman, vice president; and A. .B. Myles, secretary treasurer. Stomach Gas One dose of ADLjsklrCA quick- 0 ly relieves gas bloating, cleans out BOTH upper and lower bowels, allows you to eat and · sleep good. Quick, thorough ac- tlon yet gentle and entirely safe. A D L E R I K A HuxtaMe Drag and Weed Pharmacy Teeth The lowest prices I have made on Dental Work la fifteen years. Silver Fillings As Low As 50c GOLD DUST $0 QC RUBBER PLATE 4»O.«7«J Teeth Extracted $1.00 Plates repaired in my own laboratory while yon wait. Jacob E.Hynds D E N T I S T Over Palais Royal Corner North of Dime Store OPEN EVENINGS-SUNDAY A. M. C-O-A-L $6*50 ton $6.50 ton .00 ton (CentervUlg) w. KY. NUT .... ^...$8.50 ton (Franhlln County) Above Coals Best in Their Respective Fields WHY PAY MORE? Wolf Bros. PHONE 1148 GUARDS PARTY FUNDS Walter 3. Curnmings, above, who has been named treasurer · of the democratic national committee, will direct the committee's drive to raise funds to pay off Its 5524,000 deficit. Cummings, chairman of the board of the Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust company, in Chicago, succeeds Frank C. Walker, who resigned to become director of the National Emergency council. Governor Considers Reynolds Successor CLARION MAN'S PAROLE REVOKED Wedemaier Formerly Served Sentence for Extortion, Officers Learn. CLARION, March 19.--H. A. Wedemaier, who was re-arrested after authorities found he had already served a term in the state penitentiary for extortion, was given a second hearing before Judge H. E. Fry Saturday afternoon, who revoked his five year parole. Wede- maier was sentenced to five years in the state penitentiary March 10, after he had pleaded guilty of grand larceny, and was paroled to Sheriff R. E. Wilson. At his trial Wedemaier stated he had never before been arrested. Wedemaier, who has lived in Clarion since about 1919, was arrested March 4 and admitted that he had robbed Shupe and Sons' hardware store of ?48.59 the previous Saturday night. News of his criminal record came as a surprise to county officers and to friends who had known him for the past 15 years. In. 1917 he was arrested in Dubuque county on a charge of extortion. He served two years of a five year term and was then paroled. Wedemaier, 52, has no family here. He had been employed as a farm hand by Oliver Tillman for the past two weeks. Coughlin Reported to Be Recovering From Indigestion Attack DETROIT, March 19. CB--The Rev. Father Charles E. Coughlin was much improved today after an attack of acute indigestion which came upon him while he was alone in his study Saturday night, and which left him too weak to make his Sunday-afternoon broadcast. It was the first scheduled broadcast he had missed in eight years, it was announced at his office. STATE CORN-HOG GROUP OPPOSED Wallace Wires Disapproval of Plans of Iowa County Committees. DES MOINES^ March '19. Gov. Clyde Herring today was to appoint a new member of the state board of assessment and review to succeed the late Dr. J. W. Reynolfia of Creston. Dr. Reynolds died* Wednesday after a heart attack in Detroit. Prominent in the list of candidates was George L. Tinley of Council Bluffs, chief field assessor for the board. KILLS WIFE AND THEN HIMSELF Cleveland Lawyer Cuts His Own Throat After Ax Slaying. CLEVELAND, March 19. UP)-R. B. Newcomb, prominent Cleveland attorney, killed his wife early today with an ax and then committed suicide, police reported, by slashing his throat with a knife. Newcomb had been under treatment for a nervous breakdown. The two bodies were found in the Newcomb home at daybreak by a maid. Coroner A. J. Pearse, summoned by Cleveland Heights police, pronounced their deaths a murder and a suicide. Newcomb was a member of the law firm of Newcomb, Newcomb and Nord. He was 61 years old. PAINT COMPANY WORKERS STRIKE Employes of 2 Other Firms Call Meetings to Talk Over Grievances. CLEVELAND, March 19. UP)-Five hundred employes of the Sherwin-Williams company, paint and varnish manufacturer, were called on strike today over demands for a wage increase. Employes of two other concerns, the Addressograph' 'com-. company \ii/i irieef "tonight to discuss grievances and consider means of gaining wage adjustments. The results of a strike vote taken recently at the plant of the Fisher Body company were withheld until Wednesday pending further deliberations. Union recognition is being asked. Employes of the Industrial Rayon company who are affiliated with the United Textile Workers of America met yesterday and Carl Cummings. union organizer, said they had chosen a committee of ten to call on company officials, but did not disclose their demands. H. J. Hain. vice president of the Sherwin-Williams company, said the company had decided not to grant a. wage advance "because it is not the time for it. We realized that as soon as the 36 hour week goes into effect we must make another general advance." Heads Young Democrats. DES MOINES, March -19. -Ray Baxter of Burlington was named national committeeman of the Young Democratic clubs of Iowa to succeed Cliff Woodward of Des Moines, resigned. PILES Snffer no morel Here's real relief at last for all forms of Piles-Blind, Bleeding. Itching ond Protruding. Pczo Ointment docs all the things necessary. In the manner necessary. First, it soothes--relieves the soreness and inflammation. Second, itj heals-- repairs the torn tissue. ' Third, itebsorbs-dries up excess mucus end reduces the swollen blood vessels which are Piles. In other words, Paro doesn't merely relieve-- It tends to correct the condition of Plica as a whole. The method of application makes it doubly effective. Special File Pipe attached to tube enables you to apply ointment high up in the rectum where it will reach all affect edparts. Thousands say Fazo is the only thing that ever gave them real relief. Thousands Bay It saved them the need of na operation. Get Pozo today and sailer no longer* 5 South Federal Mason City CUMMINGS TALKS ON ARMED GRIME WASHINGTON, March 19. UP)-Attorney General Cummings sale today that America's underwork has more armed men than the United States army and navy combined. The statement was made to the senate judiciary committee as it began consideration of a group of bills submitted by the justice departmen to aid the government in a war on gangsters. Speaking in a calm, quiet voice he called on congress to enac' strong legislation, asserting: "There are more people under arms in the underworld today than in the army and navy of the United States." Cummings outlined the legislativ proposals, and explained they wen necessary because of a "twiligh zone of authority between the state and federal jurisdictions which has afforded roving bands of criminals opportunity to operate with sue cess." Man Sought After Slaying of His 4 Small Daughter: NEW YORK, March 19. (JPJ--John McHale, object of an intensive man hunt after the slaying of his fou: small daughters, was still at larg today as police broadcast his de scription to five states. The four children, their head crushed by a hammer--were foum by their mother when she returnei to their Bronx home after being away 15 minutes to buy milk. Between hysterical sobs, she toll police her husband had left their home in anger after a quarrel Sat urday night. A neighbor said he saw McHale run hatless from the hous a short time before the mother re turned. IN DAY'S NEWS Howard K. Gross (above) of Akron, Ohio, told detectives he thrust his two-year-old son into a glowing furnace "because the Lord told me to." He faced a s a n i t y hearing. (Associated Press Photo). DES MOINES, March 19. 'lans of county corn-hog commit- ees to organize a permanent state group today had met with disap- iroval from Secretary Wallace. · The organization session for the tate group has been called to meet lere tomorrow. The call came from T. Humphrey, chairman of the Slack Hawk county committee, and 1. C. McBlhinney, Tama county chairman. Last night Wallace wired Hum- ihrey that he did not approve of the ormation of a state organization and that he would not send a de- lartment of agriculture represen- ative to the meeting. Meeting to Be Held. WATERLOO, March 19. (J-- The meeting in Des Moines Tuesday at Hotel Savory to organize chairmen of county corn-hog units into a permanent organization, will be held as scheduled, M. T. Humphrey, chairman of Black Hawk county Corn-Hog Production Control association, and R. C. McElhinney, head of Tama county unit, announced Monday. . McBlhinney Sunday received a telegram front Wallace in which the s*'cretaxy._declared that he dtdjipl; approve instate' clgaaSzalTon^ and that he would not send department representative to meeting. I do not believe that Wallace understands the situation or he would not disapprove of our proposed action," declared Humphrey. LIST THOSE WHO VOTED "WRONG" Sensitive Patronage Nerves of Several Democrats in House Jumpy. WASHINGTON, March 19. UF-- The sensitive patronage nerves of several house democrats were concededly a bit Jumpy today, after word, seeped out that Speaker Rainey is compiling a list of all iose who have voted "wrong." What with house leaders being overthrown by large numbers on recent bonus and veterans votes, the list will be a. long one. It will cover 21 roll calls stretching back to the start of the Roosevelt administration. One man will be named 12 times. The white haired speaker' defin- tely refrained from saying that any action is planned against the men who have voted consistently against ihe administration. In fact, he said nothing tangible can be done. Hoeppel of California has opposed 12 of the bills labeled by Sainey as "administration." Terrell of Texas has voted "no" on 11, Connery of Massachusets 8, and Grosser of Ohio 7. Connery is chairman of the labor committee, while Grosser heads the important democratic steering committee. Des Moines Runaway Youth Arrested for Having Stolen Auto CLINTON, March 19. Cffl--Roy Ruaing, 15, Des Moines runaway youth, is being held here today for Marshalltown authorities, after being arrested Sunday, near- Malone, west of here, in possession of an automobile stolen in Marshalltown. Authorities took up the chase after a local gasoline filling station reported a youth had obtained gasoline and fled in his car without paying for it. HOUSE APPROVES COTTON CONTROL (Continued From Page J) world price in payment for agricultural surplus exports. Drop Fiesinger Bill. House action on the Fiesinger bill for the purchase of a billion and a half ounces of silver was called off by Speaker Rainey today at the request of President Roosevelt. The house rejected senate amendments to the cattle commodity bill and sent it to conference. As originally passed by the house, it provided $200,000,000 for the in- dustfy by making cattle a basic commodity under the agriculture adjustment administration. The senate boosted the amount to $350,000,000 and included peanuts, flax and other commodities. Bar HOLC Politics. The senate voted today to bar politics in appointments to the Home Owners Loan corporation after Senator Norris (R-Nebr.) had termed that organization a "political machine, rotten to the core." It adopted, 40 to 33, an amendment by Norris providing that "no partisan political test or qualification shall be permitted or given consideration, but all agents and employes shall be appointed, employed or promoted solely upon the basis of merit and efficiency." The amendment was to the bil' guaranteeing the principal as wel! as interest of the $2,000,000,000 of Home Loan mortgage bonds. Ip that the bandit hideout was located near there. Private detectives and federal men were working in Mason City sver the week-end. One of the de- .ctives, who did not reveal his iden- ity, recently investigated the Sioux 'alls, S. Dak., robbery. Not Dillinger. Returns from the .fingerprints ent to Washington, D. C., showed hat the prints taken from the steering wheel of the car in which the bandits escaped, did not corre- pond in detail with the prints of either John Dillinger or Frank Carpenter. "This leaves a number of possi- tflities, however," said Sheriff J. M. Robertson, "for it was not $x- sected that either Dillinger or Car- lenter would drive the car. We may lave more information later in the week." Iowa Man Dies of Injuries Received as Car Hits Ditch LE MARS, March 19. UP)-- Fred Venche, 52, Galva, died today of injuries received when an auto plunged into a ditch south of here. Venche was hitch hiking to Sioux Falls and picked up a ride at Sioux City with John Smith and Xavier Gillen of Sioux Falls. Smith and Gillen received minor injuries. Venche is survived by a sister, Mrs. Fred Meggers of Galva. ^ as Well as Money ANAMOSA, March 19. "help yourself" man who robbed the Marianne Luncheonet here of $11 yesterday evidently liked pie as well as money, for one was missing with the cash. The thief supposedly hid in the Nileg theater next door after the Saturday night performance and forced a door leading into the luncheonet. Miller Is Candidate. DES MOINES, March 19. LT-George Miller of Harlan, speaker of the house during the special legislative session, has been advanced as a candidate lor United States 'marshal for the southern Iowa district. I OR FAIRNESS OF PRICE AND UTMOST IN SERVICE · · · · TME o ORDER GOLDENRULE RECOMMENDS TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS · · COMMUNITY · · · MEYERFUNErUlHOME John H.Meyer OliverH.Meyer 243 S1SST..S.E. PHONE 1505 VARICOSE VEIN CLINIC TO ALL SUFFERERS FROM VARICOSE VEINS-Dr. Anderson a former associate of Dr. Gilmore of Detroit, Michigan, will hold a second varicose vein and ulcer clinic at my office on Wednesday, March 21. His method of testing patients before treating, takes all the guess work out of treating varicose veins by the injection method. Every patient is tested before being treated. This is an ambulant method. No anesthetic, no hospital, no confinement to bed. You go about your regular work whila taking treatment. Consultation and examination free to all who come in that day. You should make it a point to be present at my office next Wednesday to consult this master specialist. W. R. COTHERN, M. D. Iiy 2 East State St. WOULD ARM POLICE TO BATTLE BANDIT (Continue* Fran 1) AIM 3RD BLOW AT DILLINGER GANG Clark Called to Trial for Slaying of Sheriff at Lima, Ohio. LIMA, Ohio, March 19. UR--The state aimed its third blow today at Dillinger gangsters accused of help- ttg their chief make his first sensational escape from prison. Russell Clark was called to trial for first degree murder in the slaying of Sheriff Jess Sarber, who was shot down when a gang descended on the county jail last October and liberated John Dillinger. Harry Plerpont and Charles Makley have been convicted of similar charges and will be sentenced to death. The state contends Clark stood guard outside the jail while three other men entered and killed the sheriff. PILOT'S BODY TO BE TAKEN HOME lowan llth Army Flyer to Lose Life Since Corps Took Over Mail. CHEYENNE, Wyo., March 19. UP) --Lieut. H. G. Richardson, the eleventh pilot to lose his life since the army air corps began flying the mail, will be sent to the home of his parents near Sioux City. An officer of the army air corps here will accompany the body to Iowa. Lieutenant Richardson was killed Saturday when a plane in which he was making a test flight crashed and burned on the Fort Francis E. Warren reservation. Official investigation of the crash is in the hands of a military board, composed of the same members which studied circumstances surrounding the deaths of Lieuts. A, R. Kirwin, Jr., and Frank L. Howard here March 9. They also were on a test flight when their ship crashed. Settlement in Favor of Defendant Reached for Farm Possession CARTERSVILLE, March 19.--A settlement in favor of the defendant was reached Saturday in an action Adds Laundry Equipment. BRITT, March 19.--Carl Korneisel, proprietor of the Britt pana- torium has added new laundry equipment in his place of business The laundry was open for business Monday with Mrs. Brockman in charge. brought by The Mutual Trust Lif» insurance company against Owen Popp for immediate possession of a farm a mile north of Cartersville, occupied by the defendant, Popp. Popp had rented from A. G. Thurman, the lessee of the insurance company. A change of venue from the court of Justice of the Peace Daniel O'Connor of Cartersville to Justice F. G. Sharp's court was granted but the settlement reached before brought up in the latter court. Attorneys for the plaintiff were Fitzpatrick and Barlow "nd for the defendant, Fred Shaffer, all of Mason City. Tremendous Reductions in BUS RATES MASON CITY to ONE WAY St. Paul S 2.35 Des Moines $ 2.20 Kansas City S 5.25 Ames $ 2.00 Cedar Rapids S 2.80 Waterloo $ 1-70 Los Angeles $25.20 New York $15.50 Bus Fares to Other Points Are Proportionately as Low. · Phone 97 for Information. Jefferson Transportation Company BUS Depot at 16 First Street S. W. Mason City, Iowa Regularity makes a Savings Account EFFECTIVE NORTHWEST SAVINGS BANK MASON CITY IOWA \ AFFILIATED WITH HOPTHWCST BANCOKPORATIOK Known for Their High Quality HAM- LARGER--STRONGER--MORE MILES OF SERVICE and 12 Months ' Unconditional Guarantee If you're in the market for tires, it will pay you to see and examine the CHAMPLIN De Luxe. 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