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March 16, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 16 1936 THREE UNLUCKY 13 WILL ATTEND WEEKLY TRAFFIC SCHOOL Or Maybe Week-End Motor Rule Violators Regard It as "Lucky Break." The week-end proved unlucky for traffic violators in Mason City. Thirteen were sentenced by Police Judge Morris Laird to attend sessions of traffic court here Thursday on charges of committing minor violations. William Baugh, 552 Ninth street southeast, W. H. Everts. 119 West State street, W. 0. Tyler, 979 Virginia avenue southeast, Joe Grobe, 724 Eighth street northeast, Harry Romig, 1528 Carolina avenue northeast, C. E. Patterson. Central Heights, George Senn. 101 Kentucky avenue southeast, and Roy Kellar, 41S Georgia avenue Southeast, each chose to attend traffic school in lieu of a fine for double parking. D. A. Davis, 410 Jefferson avenue northwest, was arrested on a charge of angle parking on First street northwest. 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Walter Herzog, driver for Swift and company, was arrested for parking in a loading zone. All were sentenced to traffic school. David McGreevey Rites Held at St. Joseph's Catholic Church Here Funeral services for David McGreevy, 84, who died at his home, 59 River Heights, Saturday morning following an illness, were held at the St. Joseph's Catholic church Monday morning, with the Monsignor P. S. O'Connor in charge. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery. Pallbearers were T. F. Cain, A. R. West, J. J. McColc, J. J. Burns, L. C. Fattee and Matt Kelly. Ushers at the church were Vic Coyle and Morris Cullen. Joseph Hartman Rites Are Held at Dubuque Funeral services for Joseph Hartman, 78, who died at a local hospital Saturday afternoon, were held at Dubuque Monday, with burial at Dubuque. Mr. Hartman had resided in Mason City for the past 20 years. He was born Jan. 19, 1S5S at Herkimer, N. Y. The body was taken to Dubuque from the Patterson funeral home. Hearing Resumed in McNider Estate Case Hanford MacNider and Peter Anderson were recalled to the witness stand Monday as the hearing on the case brought against the C. H, McNider estate by F. A,. Ontjes continued before Judge T. A. Beardmore. The amateur program sponsored by the American Legion auxiliary will be broadcast over WHO Tuesday evening from 10:45 until 11 o'clock. TWO HELD ON LIQUOR CHARGES Bound To Grand Jury After Raid by Police and Sheriff Deputies. Two were hound to the grand jury Monday by Police Judge Morris Laird on charges resulting from liquor raids staged Saturday by police. Mrs. Tessie Kowny, 1615 Washington avenue northwest, was arrested at her home about 9 o'clock Saturday evening. Sheriff's officer accompanied the police on this raid. A. small quantity of alleged alcohol was obtained in a fruit jar. She was bound to the grand jury on a charge of bootlegging and her bond was fixed at 5500. Louis Tanner, 17 Connecticut avenue southeast, was arrested at his home about 7:45 o'clock Saturday evening when police found four quart fruit jars filled with alleged alcohol there during a raid. He was bound to the grand jury on a charge of illegal possession of intoxicating liquor. His bond was fixed at $500. James Harold Orr, 1406 North Federal avenue, James L. Prosser, Rock Rapids, Joe M. Roman, 144S North Federal avenue, and George Borger, 215 '/a Fifteenth street northeast, each forfeited 510 bonds posted when arrested on charges of into;jcation. Morris E. Tarbcstad, Albert Lea. Minn., forfeited a .$10 bond posted when arrested on a charge of reckless driving about 12:40 o'clock Sunday morning in the 2700 block on North Federal avenue. Richard M. Solum, 421 Adams avenue northwest, was fined .$10 and costs on a charge of reckless driving. Reuben P. Plumber. Orchard, was fined 510 and costs on a charge of intoxication. Plumber was arrested at 10:15 o'clock Sunday morning at 116 South Federal avenue. Maybe candidates for public office should be required to pass an examination. But has it kept the dumb out of other professions?-Wisconsin State Journal. Experiences of Special . Interest Told Briefly by 10 Rotary Members Ten members of the Rotary club gave two minute talks at the meeting Monday noon in Hotel Hanford on interesting experiences in their businesses or professions. Some of these were embarrassing, some were amusing and many were both Those who gave the short talks were W. F. Cody, Howard Reynolds, Dr. B. Raymond Weston, Frank R. Currie, Ward R. Hamilton, Dr. Steve O'Bricii, B. J. Drummond, Supt. R. B. Irons, Howard Bruce and Lee P. Loomis. Guests of the club were Dave Freeman, Rotarian from Molinc, 111., and Charley Crane, Rotarian from Clear Lake. Man Held on Charge of Illegal Fishing in 3 Suicide Attempts CEDAR RAPIDS, (.P)--Donald Hadsell, 33. arrested Sunday on a charge of illegal fishing, made three unsuccessful attempts to commit suicide in the city jail Sunday afternoon, police said. Hadsell first tried to slash his wrists with a fishhook, then tried to hang himself with a mattress cover, and as a third effort took a piece of glass from a window and slashed his wrists. He was removed to the county jail for safekeeping. Police say Hadsell has a. former police record. Spanish President's Properties Seized in Raids of Extremists MADRID, tfP)--Extremists Monday seized extensive properties owned by President Niccto Alcala Zamora. An aunt of the president was attacked by the extremists but saved from serious injury by police. The sudden attack on the president's property and family came despite an order from leftist leaders to their followers to stop demonstrations. 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If your dealer is unable to supply you with your FREE copy, write or phone us. :TRY THESE DECKER FOODS OF QUALITY PURE PORK SAUSAGE Is made from carefully selected fresh trimmings and pure spices. Try it no*--its wholesome goodness and fine flavor will place it among foods you serve often. PURE LEAF LARD Use it wherever the recipe calls for shortening. It is lOO'.i leaf lard, open-kettle rendered. For flakier pies, cakes, and biscuits. SAYS MARSHALL WAS PROSECUTOR Supreme Court Argument Is Filed by Attorney for Walter Maley. DES MOINES. (.W--A supreme court argument filed Monday charged that Verne Marshall, Cedar Rapids editor, acted as a "private prosecutor" for the grand jury which indicted three of the Woodbury county graft defendants. The argument was filed by L. H. Salicger of Carroll, attorney for Walter Maley, first assistant attorney general, and adopted as the argument of Ray Harrison. DCs Moines attorney, Joe Gagen, DCS Moines professional bondsman. The trio in their supreme court appeal asked a review of Judge Earl Peters' refusal to quash the indictments against them. Maley and Gagen were charged with gambling conspiracy and Maley and Harrison with conspiracy to obstruct justice. Not So Indorsed. The argument contended the "indictment was found at the instance of Marshall as private prosecutor and not so indorsed as required" by Iowa statutes. Salinger said in one of his conclusions that both Marshall and H. M. Havner, special prosecutor, acted as "private prosecutors." "Marshall is perhaps more clearly the private prosecutor for he is the master, while Havner is the servant," Salinger's argument declared. The argument contended the Indictments of the three defendants were invalid because Havner, M. E. Rawlings, Woodbury tounty attorney, and Carlos Goltz, a special prosecutor, were disqualified and thus not authorized during the Woodbury county grand jury investigation. "Private Employment." Havner's disqualification, the argument said, lay in his "private employment" by Marshall and "taking reward for official service in public employment." It also charged Havner with misconduct before the grand jury "in advising upon the facts to petitioner's (Malay's) prejudice and thus influencing the grand jury to indict."' The argument told in detail of alleged activities of Havner a,nd Marshall during the lengthy graft in vestigation. "Without proof, even after the expenditure of several thousand dollars, a journalist publicly accused the attorney general and his assistant, the petitioner, of protecting gambling," the argument read. Before Grand Jury. · "He went before a grand jury and made speeches telling them how to get proof * * * "When a prosecuting attorney who shared his belief was about to quit, he promised him pay to stay to establish it and furnished him money to get witnesses and house and feed them and him." Salinger claimed Marshall procured the appearance of Bert Rollinger, Fort Madison penitentiary convict, before the grand jury, and for this reason the editor himself was a prosecutor. He also claimed Marshall gave Havner approximately S400 for procuring the attendance of witnesses and in addition $300 to pay Havner's hotel expenses. The argument, which recited details of the graft grand jury's investigation in chronological order, ·as liberally sprinkled with subheadings in bold face type. Among them were: Calling; and raying-. "Marshall as private prosecutor calling and paying witnesses and di. reeling attorneys and grand jury proceedings. "Havner comes to Sioux City. "Havner becomes unpaid prosecutor of the the Marshall charges under appointment as assistant county attorney. "Marshall pays Witnesses' and Havner's expenses and promises pay for work. Havner continues prosecution and Marshall not only pays but 'assists,' "Havner stays in Sioux City. "Havner expresses opinions on facts." Roosevelt Indorsed by Democrats at Franklin County's Convention HAMPTON -- The democratic county convention was held at the Coonley hotel Saturday with Ove Johnson presiding. Resolutions were adopted favoring the president and his program and the state administration. Delegates elected to the state con- ventioin were Manning Howcll. Ove Johnson, Mrs. Minnie Mallon. Mrs. Bernice Trovvbridse, S. J. Galvin, A. W. Wolf. A§ge Erickson. W. Miller. P. A. Kaus, A. J. Windelow, H. Sorensan. Gwineth Finn, Amos Larson, Mrs. Delia Hal-twig, Robert Wolf, Lynn Evans. H. Schulte. James Keefe, J. J. Sharpe, D. C. Wolf. Alternates included Howard Shafer, A. J. Garner, H. Johnson, Walter Wolf, Dr. F. A. Si'oei-t, Mrs. M. Connor, J. Amman and Mrs. Dewitt Mallory. KKNSON-BACKUS CRESCO--The Rev. Alexander Robertson, pastor of the Cresco Baptist church officiated at the marriage of Miss Eldora Backus and rioyd Benson, both of LeRoy, Minn. The ceremony was witnessed by Mr. and Airs. Rich'ard Backus, at the Baptist parsonage. The leisure class to which Mr. Morgan refers does really get quite a raw deal. When the leisure class loafs, it is charged with idleness; when it works, it is accused of taking work away from the people "that really need it." When it spends money, it is charged with extravagance; auc! when it doesn't spend money, it is censured for "hoarding." -- B o s t o n Evening Trunse.ript. Keith Plath Services to Be H e l d Tuesday at U. E. Church, Manly Funeral services for Keith Laverne Pluth, 5 year old son of Mi: and Mrs. Fredrick Plath, route 4. will be held at the U. E. church at Manly Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. Claire Hicks will be in charge of the services. Burial will be at Manly. The child was born at Manly Sept. 8, 1930, and died at a local hospital Saturday evening at 31:50 o'clock, following an illness of about seven days. Surviving the child are the parents and two brothers, Edwin and Merrill, and three sisters. Rosetla. Dorothy and Marylon, all at home. The body will lie in state at the farm home u n t i l V o'clock Tuesday morning when it will be taken to tho Meyer funeral home at Mason City, where it will lie in state from 9 o'clock u n t i l 3-.45 o'clock when it will be taken to Manly. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Ho matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial irritation, you can get relief now with Creomulsion. Serious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with anything less than Creomul- sion, which goes right to the seat of the trouble to aid nature to soothe and heal the inflamed membranes as the germ-laden phlegm Is loosened and expelled. 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