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April 27, 1936

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TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 27 B 1936 T --i t DEMANDS PROBE OF BOY'S DEATH Uncle Is Dissatisfied With Theory of Suicide in Student Killing. CHICAGO, ISP)--A thorough investigation of- the death of Jack Scbiffer, 21, whose brilliant career at the University of Chicago was ended by a single thrust of an antique surgeon's knife, was demanded Monday by his uncle. Sergeant James Sullivan, listed the case a suicide last night but the uncle, Benjamin Elboom, asserted he was dissatisfied- with that theory. "I don't see how anybody could stick a knife into himself like that, Elboom said. "He was a model boy and had no troubles. I am going to demand a thorough investigation." Sullivan said the evidence indicated Schiffer had apparently spent several hours smoking and gazing at a skull on his desk in his apartment in exclusive Hitchcock ball and then had stripped to his pajama trousers, reclined on a bed and plunged the 12 inch blade into bis chest just above the heart. The student fell to the floor, he added, and the knife became dislodged. It was found beside the body, which was lodged against tie door in a sitting position. The gruesome discovery was made by Schiffer's roommate, E. T. Baumgart. Baumgart identified the weapon as a dissecting knife that had belonged to his grandfather, a phy Clarion Man Suffers Bums Rescuing Wife in Bedclothes Blaze CLARION--Severe burns were suffered by B. F. Henely early Sunday morning when a match stub which he dropped started a blaze on the bed clothes where his wife was sleeping. He did not notice that the stub was still flaming and eft the room without paying at- :ention to it. Hearing his wife scream, he ran up stairs and picked her up from the bed, which was a mass of flames. He carried her out and later removed the blazing bedclothes :o keep the house from burning. Furniture in the bedroom was damaged. Burned arms and hands were suffered by Henely. sician. Dr. Ruxton Appeal From Sentence of Death Is Dismissed LONDON, UPI--The court of criminal appeal Monday dismissed an appeal by Dr,. Buck Ruxton, "Devil's Beef Tub" killer, from the death sentence for the murder of -his wife. Dr. Ruxton was convicted of killing his wife and a servant "on or about" Sept. 15, 1935. Their bodies were dismembered and thrown in a ravine on the Scottish border called the "Devil's Beef Tub." Ruxton was to have been hanged April 1, but the hanging was postponed 'while Burkett, a famous criminal lawyer, carried an appeal to the high court. Day in Congress BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Senate -- · Debates resolution calling for data on-AAA. payments'. Finance committee considers tax bill. Agriculture' committee gets evidence on cotton trade practices. Debates $800,000,000 tax bill. Appropriations' committee works on 51,500,000.000 relief bill. WHAT A CHANGED GIRL SALLY IS MO PEP. SHE LOOKS AS IF SHE NEEDS A GOOD REST THEN SALLY LEARNED ABOUT "no-scrub" WASHDAYS MY, HOW EASY RINSO MAKES WASHDAY: SALLY LOOKS V /YES, A VACATION FROM GRAND. HAS SHE it HARD-WORK WASHD/WS \ 5HEFINAUYTOOKMY ADVICE AND TRIED RINSO.] NO MORE BACK-BREAKING VASCRUBBING ,,» FOR HER BEEN AWAY ON A VACATION? i HOLD MATTESON DEATH INQUEST Brother Says Police Failed to Provide Medical Attention. DAVENPORT, UP)--An inquest into the death of Jacob Matteson, who died in a cell at the police station early Saturday morning, will be held Monday night. Coroner W. F. Skelley announced his decision to hold the inquest after a post mortem examination of the body revealed that death was due to a fracture of the skull and intercranial hemorrhage. At first it was believed Matteson died as the result of a. stroke of apoplexy and no inquest was planned. From indications, a damage suit will be filed against the city by Frank Matteson, brother of the victim, who charges that police failed to provide medical attention and general negligence in handling the case. Matteson was picked up by police from the sidewalk in front of his home after a call had been received at the police station that a man was lying on the walk. It is believed that he suffered a dizzy spell as he was walking up the steps in front of his home and toppled backward. Matteson's brother charges that police failed to make an effort to learn where the man lived or an investigation as to what happened before the arrival of police. 12 PAINTINGS BY IOWANSCHOSEN Two Pieces of Sculpture to Represent State at New York Exhibit. DES MOINES, (.50--Judges have selected from 87 entires 12 paintings and two pieces of sculpture to represent Iowa in the New York City municipal committee's exhibit of American art. The exhibit will be on display at New York from May 18, to June 18. Judges who picked the Iowa entries were Forrest Spaulding, Des Moines; L. H. Minkel,'Fort Dodge; Harold Carlisle; Des Moines; and Dr. A. L. Habeboeck, Davenport. The paintings were not rated, but a portrait, "My Uncle," by Helen A. Grotewohl of Hartley, topped the list., of each of the judges. "Main Street," by Robert Tabor of Independence also ranked high. Other artists whose .paintings were selected were: Fred A. Hartsock, Des Moines; M. H. Ebersole, Keokuk; Harry D. Jones, Des Moines; Mrs. L. G. McBroom, Des Moines; Catherine MacCartney, Iowa City; Miss E.M. Williams, Lime Springs; Cris Glasell, Cedar Rapids; Helen Stearns, Des Moines; Jimmie Kroeter, Des Moines, and Anil Brunk, Des Moines. Clifton Adams, Lphrville, and Glen McNeley, Des Moines, were the winners in sculpture. lowan to Columbia. NEW YORK, UP)--The Columbia medical school announced appointment of Dr. Phillips Thygeson of the University of Iowa college of medicine as assistant professor of opthalmology. 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The voting, however, showed that the radical socialist party, dominant factor in the old parliamentary setup, would still retain a leadership in the new assembly, although the party sustained some losses. Left Appears Victorious. The combined body of the leftists, united under the "popular front," appeared to emerge victorious in the elections, polling their votes in a front against the "fascist menace" of the right parties. The Spanish voting for electors to replace the deposed President Niceto Alacala Zamora, brought forth Premier Manuel Azana as the most likely candidate for the country's presidency. The common electoral front of the leftists, in most of the country, succeeded in choosing the majority of the 473 electors who will meet with a similar number of members of parliament to choose the new president. Crisis in Austria. In Austria Vice Chancellor Ernst von Starhemberg said flatly he would oppose any attempts to disband his private army, instigating a succession of conference of government officials to deal with the impending crisis. _ The young prince warned there would be a repetition of the bloody socialist and then nazi civil wars o) 1934 should any attempt be made to curb his military power by dis arming his heimwehr, or horn- guard. The financial field received news today of a ban imposed in Polant on foreign exchange operations curbing the dealings in foreign ex change, or valuta. Only the govern ment and specified private bank were permitted to deal in foreign monies under this new decree. Jungdahl Elected by Iowa Lutheran Group STANTON--Iowa Lutherans el ected the Rev. Reuben Jungdahl o Marshalltown to succeed Dr. L. C Hultine of Red Oak as state presi dent. · : : . . : . , Boone Oil Station Operator Held Up President Speaks to 2,000 in New York This soundphoto transmitted by wire from New York to Chicago, shows President Roosevelt lett, chattinz with Thomas McMahon, president of the national democratic club, which gave the banquet, just before the president addressed the belated Jefferson day dinner in New York City Saturday right, Mr. Roosevelt expounded a philosophy of higher wages for workers. (Central Press Soundphoto) 2,000 Attend Dedication of New Grafton Church Auxiliary Sponsors Clinic. CORWITH--A baby clinic for the public, sponsored by the local American Legion auxiliary, will be held Monday and Tuesday, Dr. P. E Walley will be the attending physician. Children up to and including 3 years are eligible free. Packard Club Elects, GREENE -- Officers elected at the meeting of the Packard Community club are as follows: President, Mrs. Alice Hansen; vice president, Mrs. Dorothy Willey; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Mildred Curtis. BOONE, CW--A bandit held u and robbed Carl Glaus, service sta tion operator of S88.90 Sunda night. . ! HORTONWANTS EARLY FREEDOM Bedford Farmer Hopes Iowa High Court Will Reverse His Conviction. FORT MADISON, 5 -- Taylor county Sheriff Torn Lacy had a message Monday to carry to Floyd Horton's lawyers at Bedford, as Horton started serving a life sentence for the poison'capsule murder of his pretty wife. "Tell them to get busy," Horton said to Lacy. "I don't want to stay here very long." The philandering farmer expressed hope the state supreme court will reverse his first degree murder conviction. As he became number 17,226 at the penitentiary Horton said: "This is a hell of a place to end up. I'm not sore at anyone except Anna. Anna lied about me and put me here." .He referred to. Mrs. Anna Johnston, his buxom paramour who is also serving a life sentence for the murder. "I hope that damned Johnston woman is satisfied," Horton said. "She was responsible. I'm innocent. Elta was a peach of a wife. I don't know why I ever started running around with Anna." District Judge Homer A. Fuller Saturday at Bedford overruled the defense motion for a new trial and pronounced the life sentence on Horton, who remarked, "Well, that's that." Moving Service » Don't worry over lost minute Moving details. Place your problem in our hands. Our expert movers will take care of every last item with "the greatest of ease." Cadwell Transfer Storage Co. PHONE 216 303 EIGHTH STREET S. W. In Serious Condition. OSKALOOSA--Martha L o u i s e Campbell of Oskaloosa was in a serious condition Monday from injuries suffered when a car in which she was riding overturned near Grundy Center. Gets Divorce at Hampton. HAMPTON -- Ennis A. Palmer was granted a divorce from Ward L. Palmer by Judge T. G. Garfield in district court here. She was given custody of the four minor children. Ward, Kathryn, Mildred Anna and Frances, and $30 a month for their support. She was also given the personal property and real estate. Visitor From Des Moines, MANLY--Mrs. R. C. Amos of Des Moines was visiting here for a few days with her husband's mother, Mrs. Belle Amos, and other friends. Greetings Extended by Many Visiting Pastors. GRAFTON -- A crowd estimated at more than 2,000, including many visitors from a distance, gathered here Sunday for services marking the dedication of the new Immanu- 'el Lutheran church, an exceptional, ly beautiful "structure which was recently completed at a cost of $60,000. Loudspeakers were set up in the basement, in the old church and outside so that all could hear the services. The day's program opened at 9 o'clock in the morning with a service in the old church. The Rev. J. Gemaehlich of Russell, Kans., reached the sermon. C- W. Paulus, vho served as church organist 30 years, played the organ. March to New Church. Following this was a procession to the new church, headed by the church band, an instrumental group directed by the pastor, the Rev. Carl janddeck. Vessels from the old church were carried to the new Visiting pastors, church officers and the congregation were included in the procession. The band played, Unfold Ye, Portals," and the choir sang "Lift up. Oh Ye Gates." At the formal dedicatory service, marked by its exceptionally impressive character, the Rev. Johannes Lehmann.of Beatrice, Kans., president of the central district of the American Lutheran church, preached the sermon on "Christ the Crucified." Special music was given by the seninor choir and the church band played "Fete Day in the Cathedral. Herbert Landdeck, nephew of the pastor, attending school at Dubuque, played the organ. Many Extend Greetings. During the noon hour, the women of the church served 1,000, accommodating 300 at a time. In the afternoon the pastor called on several visiting clergymen for greetings, including the Rev. Mr. Kumpf of Rock Creek church, the Rev. Mr. Tiede of North/wood, the Rev. Mr. Staehling of Myrtle, Minn., the Rev. Mr Langhough of St. Ansgar, the Rev Mr Diers of Greene, the Rev. Oswald Mall of Mason City, the Rev Mr. Bosholf of St. Ansgar, and the Rev. Mr. Carsten of Alta Vista, who spoke in behalf of the conference to which the church belongs. The Rev. B. A. Welke of St. Paul president of the Minnesota district of the American Lutheran church gave the sermon. The junior and se nior choirs joined together for a number and the band played, "The Dedication of the Temple" by Keller Bela. Host at Conference. Much favorable comment wa heard when the new organ was played. Valued at $3,500, it has a va riety of fine rich tone coloring Esther Landdeck is the regular or ganist. Dedicatory observance will b continued throughout this week b the congregation. Services will b held Wednesday evening. Next Sun day the dedication ceremonies wi be completed with a sermon in Ger man in the morning by Prof. Job Becker of Waverly. Sunday evenin at 7:30 o'clock there will be an or gan recital by the Rev. Gerhard Bunge of Independence, an accom plished organist. The new church convenient! seats 600. On Sunday, however more than 800 were in the structure 'offering taken at the two service amounted to ?800. HERRING SCORED BY BIRMINGHAM )emocratic- State Chairman Resents Attacks From Within Party. DES MOINES, (--E. H. Birm- ngham, democratic state chairman ssued a .party central committee ulletin Saturday to party workers n which he defended campaign und collection methods and declar- d he resented public attacks from within the party. Birmingham refrained from men- ioning Gov. Clyde L. Herring by name, but referred specifically to 'party finances" and the necessity of obtaining fuQ'ls to finance the arty from "those who receive bene- its from the party in the capacity of employes and officials." Opposed by Governor. Governor Herring this week ordered campaign fund pledge cards being circulated at the state house ·taken out and burned." The governor declared he was opposed to hedging state employes to give 3 ier cent of their salaries for cam- aign purposes, saying he believed mch contributing should be entirely voluntary. "Naturally," Birmingham said, "I resent public attacks, from within the party, by responsible individuals upon'a safe and honorable organization program, particularly when the attackers have been the beneficiaries time and time again of the wholehearted support of the organization. Will Not Retreat. "I do not propose to retreat in the face of any opposition, which places selfish interest above the welfare of the party. I regret, of course, that disagreement with a duly approved program has found its sole medium of expression through the public press. "We have suffered in the past from ill-advised and unnecessary exploitation of our internal problems, and it seems that we are destined to continue to suffer, for sometime at least, in the future." BUTLER WOMEN HOLD MEETING Record Crowd at Clarksville for Federated Club Convention. CLARKSVILLE--The federated women's clubs of Butler county held the annual convention at the Community church at Clarksville Thursday. There were 168 registered from the clubs of. Allison. ·Aplirigton, Parkersburg, New Hartford, Greene and Clarksville. Allison sent the largest delegation, 22, with Aplington second with 11. Mrs. R. A. Santee, district director, Cedar Falls, Mrs. Eugene Cutler, first vice president of the Iowa Federation of Des Moines; Mrs. L. E. Eickelberg, Black Hawk county chairman; Mrs. Leo Leeper, district contact woman and president of the Waterloo Woman's club were the speakers. The Rev. S. M. Becker gave the invocation. A play, "A White Bird Flying," presented by seven women of the Pittsford. township Farm Bureau club, met with hearty approval by the large audience. It was the largest attendance of any federation meeting ever held in the county. New Hartford will entertain the federation next year. Krafft, Nora Springs Pastor, Will Retire From Active Service NORA SPRINGS--A large group of church members and friends of tie Rev. J. M. Krafft gathered in the parlors of the Evangelical church to help him celebrate his seventy-third birthday. A potluck supper was served, after which Sam Swearingen acted as master of ceremonies, and stated that the event was not only a birthday party, but also a farewell party for the Rev. and Mrs. Krafft, for in the fore part of May they will retire from this pastorate and also active service as an appointed pastor of a charge. Mr. Krafft has served 43 years in the ministry, three of which were spent here. The Rev. Mr. Gaide and the Rev. Mr. Fieselmann gave short talks'of appreciation of Mr. Krafft, · after which he responded with a statement of his gratitude. Mrs. Krafft expressed her thanks also. HELDJUSTra IN SHOOTING MAN Iowa Woman Is Absolved by Coroner's Jury in · Slaying Veteran. WASHINGTON. (/P--A coroner's jury Monday held that Mrs. Arthur Krause, 30, was justified in shooting Albert Schacffer, 40, when he attempted to enter the Krause home late Saturday night. Schaeft'cr, a World war veteran died at a hospital here Sunday a£ ter telling officers he had been drinking and "ran up against a bul let." The inquest conducted by County Coroner W. S. Kyle concluded thai Schaeffer died from loss of blooc as the result of the pistol wounc and that Mrs. Krause's action was justified "under the circumstances.' Alone in House. Sheriff Harold Putnam said Mrs Krause was alone in the house when the shooting took place. She wa not held. The housewife, officers said, firs saw Schaeffer approaching the house apparently intoxicated am ordered him on. Her husband had left to go downtown a few moment; before. Schaeffer refused to leave. Put nam" slated, and went to a window on the east side of the house. Then Mrs. Krause went to get a .22 call ber revolver and called loud enough for the neighbors to hear, telling Schaeffer to get off the propertj and warning him she would shoot Putnam continued. Refuses to Leave. Still refusing to leave, the office said, Schaeffer rattled the window The glass crashed, and Mrs; Kraus shot. She ran to the door and calle for help, firing two shots in the air Scharffer stumbled to the fron of the lawn, where police found him Sheriff Putnam said Schaeffer asked what he had been doing, tol officers he was looking for a toile and "must have scared the woman. STANCE FUNERAL 0 BE WEDNESDAY can of Iowa State College Veterinary Division Dies of Heart Disease. AMES, (JP)--Funeral services for harles Henry Stange, 50, dean of he Iowa State college veterinary vision, who died of heart disease . his home here Sunday while dig- ng dandelions in his yard, will be t 2 p. m. Wednesday in Great hall " Memorial union. Interment will be in the college emetery. The dean's body was found by W. . Donald, a neighbor, who -called hysiciajis and an inhalator crew, heir efforts to resuscitate him ere futile. Veterinarians and farmers had raised the'work of Dean Stange in rganizing hog cholera control neasures in the state. His methods · educed loss from the disease 93 cr cent, it was stated. Born on a Cedar county farm, Hay 21, 1880. Dean Stange was raduated from the veterinary di- isipn of the college in 1907. After aking post graduate work at the Jniversity of Chicago he returned o Iowa State as assistant profes- or in veterinary medicine. He be- ame dean of the division in 1909. He organized the college vcterin- ry research laboratories and cx- anded the division into a full five ear course. Dean Stange was a member o£ he United States Livestock Sani- ary association and the Iowa Acad- ray of Science. He served as prcsi- ent of the American Veterinary ledlcal association in 1924. Appointment of Iowa Postmasters Confirmed WASHINGTON, senate , confirmed the appointments of the following Iowa postmasters: Sydney B. Dailey, Allison; Kathryne D. Finn, Dumont; Paul E. Morf. Fredericksburg; Julia Loretta Hurley, Laurens; Mabel E. Buchanan, Plover; Herbert Ward Alexander, Thornton; Charles E. Lynch, Waucoma. "WHITE SLAVERY" RING BROKEN UP Hoover Announces Arrest of Three Negro Men, Five White Women. WASHINGTON, OP)--J. : Edgar Hoover announced Saturday arrest of eight persons in "what is believed to be a ring of Negro men engaged in white slave traffic" of transporting white women from Chicago, 111., to the Harlem district in New York City for prostitution. The chief of the investigation bureau said three Negro men and five white women were named in a complaint filed Saturday morning before the United States commissioner in New York. Hoover said the white women were brought to New York City and "forced to prostitute themselves with Negro men in the Harlem district, their illicit earnings furnishing the income for the Negro men who drove expensive" automobiles and frequently made trips to other cities and attend prize fights." The eight persons charged with conspiring in the interstate transportation of women for prostitution were: Leon Richard Smith, 36; Garland A. Patton, 44; Robert Edward Smith, 36; Catherine Hill Boosey 23; Betty Parker 32; Mrs. Leon Richard Smith, 30; Dorothy Moritz; 31, and Betty Tobin, 35. Mrs. Sage Is Taken to Ellis Island to Await Deportation JERSEY CITY, N. J.. (St--Mr Anna' Sage, the "woman in red who lured John Dillinger into h death trap, neared the end of h life in the United States Monday a a coast guard cutter carried her * Ellis Island for deportation. She was one of 81 deportees wh arrived in Jersey City aboard special train (of the Lehigh Valle railroad). The train .pulled into th yards at the foot of Johnston av nue at about 6 a. m. (EST) and short time later the aliens were en route to Ellis Island on two coas guard craft. Mrs. Hogan Hostess. MANLY--The Catholic Ladi guild was entertained by Mrs. Cl;i ence S. Hogan Thursday evenin Bridge was played with high sco going to Mrs. Jake Douglas and low to Miss Josephine Yezek. Condition of Egypt's King Becomes Worse CAIRO, (fP--The condition of ;ing Fuad, gravely ill with a throat and mouth infection, became worse oday, the royal physicians announced. An official bulletin said the monarch passed a restless night and hat his mouth infection was spread- ng, increasing circulatory troubles. The king has taken no food for our days. Officers.Watch for Keosauqua Robbers DES MOINES, (.T) -- The state bureau of investigation broadcast a warning Monday asking Iowa officers to be on the lookout for \~fro men who held up and robbed an oil station Sunday night at Keosauqua. LISTEN TO THE R A D I O 4 BIG DAYS \ April 29, 30, May 1, 2 Casey Drug Co. 335 S. Federal Phone 291 OF THE GOlDtN HULE ll^g^ IOWA MUNICIPAL BONDS MASON CITY, IOWA School Refunding Bonds Due 1941 to 1944 Circular and Prices Upon Request May be purchased from CARLETON D. BEH CO. 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