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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 6, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                K iV I fl North Iowas Edited for the Home VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OVVANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 6 1933 THIS PAPEK COXSJSTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 157 Hitler Says No Idle Rich All Will Work for Country Under His Plan HITLER By LOUIS P LOCHNER BERLIN April 6 new Germany ia in the making one fo which the dramatic political up heavals drastic antiSemitism and idealized nationalism of Adolf Hit lers following are to he but thf first steps of a toddling infant Hitherto unre vealed the plan of the reglma call for a dis tinctly different social and econo mic society No part of the national socialist program has been enshrouded in more mystery than this econo mic plan The leaders declined to reveal iI while they were in o p p o s ition saying their op ponents would steal their thunder Since Hitlers accession to power they have been equally secretive Hitler Asks Only Time The chancellor himself has said merely that he needs four years to put the project through That per iod of dictatorial power was grant ed him by the reichstag But by numerous conversations with nazi leaders and a daybyday study of the party newspapers and pronouncements one can see that the fatherland is headed toward a staendestaat That word meansa state in which representatives of the pro fessions guilds trades handicrafts arts and other callings will be sub stituted for the political represen tation of the ordinary parliamen tary sysem The uazis proclaim that parlia mentarism is dead in Germany They also proclaim the end of let ua alone liberalism Public Weal Paramount Casfes and classes are to go In acommunlty spirit is to be inculcated and poor exalted arid lowly shall work side byside for the fatherland The idea is that capitalism as such is not to be abolished but its excesses prevented The principle Turn o PUSH 2 Column 6 WATlSHIGHIN SOUTHEAST IOWA Cedar River Floods Hundreds of Acres in Muscatine County MUSCATINE April 6 Cedar river had flooded hundreds of acres in Muscatine county today Crews of county workers piled sandbags to save roads to Moscow and Conesville Two breaks in the Rock Island branch tracks to Mon tezuma were reported The Muscatine levee on the west side of the river had two breaks between the Simpson and Salisbury bridges The county road west between Muscatine and West Liberty was covered by raging torrents in sev eral places Many cottages along the Cedar here were flooded and the force of Lhe water tipped over some of them A man and his daughter were rescued from their small home by boatmen The crest was believed to have been reached here last night and the flood danger appears now to threaten Louisa county There were several levee breaks at Columbus Junction Workers placed sandbags on the Iowa river which threatened Wapello roads IOWA HOUSE PASSES KIDNAP BILL Points to Exclusion of Yellow Race From U S HITLER CLAIMS PRECEDENT FOR WAR UPON JEWS Says American PeopL Were First to Draw Distinctions By LOUIS P LOCHNEK Associated Press Correspondent BERLIN April 6 lor Adolf Hitler pointed to tlv United States exclusion act agains the yellow race as a precedent in explainingtoday his purpose in re moving Jewish intellectuals from medical legal artistic and scientifi1 positions in Germany The American people were th first to draw the practical politica consequences from the inequality in the difference of races he s Through immigration laws barred undesirables from other races Nor is America ready now to open its doors toJews fleeing from Germany any No Physical Harm To this reference to emigrating Hitler added the usual noz Jews assertion that no physical harn was done them He also expressed the opinion hat the United States which be fore other modern countries becami an exponent of a strong uiovemen iguinst foreign elements has the east occasion to attempt to coun Germanys efforts to purge herselfof fpreigri elements Hitlers remarks were occasioned by his visit to the new JewFree executive board of the German ledical federation Justice to Germany By purging cultural and intel ectual life from a preponderance if Jewish intellectuals we do jus ice to Germanys natural right to ts own spiritual leadership the chancellor said The greatest chievements of intellectual life lever have been made by members other races but by Aryan Ger man spiritual forces Hitler further said that the area n which German intellectuals ould move was necessarily limit id and that therefore the pure Lryans had a natural and moral ight to be preferred To admit oo many foreigners meaning Jew sh elements he continued would onstitute an admission that other aces are superior intellectually Must Be Rejected This idea must be rejected with 11 emphasis he declared Especially young German intel eetuals he said must be afforded he opportunity for work by crowd ng back foreign racial elements The government today instructed he German ambassador in Warsaw o protest against antiGerman in idents at Kattowitz and other Pol h Silesian ciies The ambassador as instructed to demand a strict nvestigation punishment for those esponsible and the taking of steps o preclude a recurrence AUNT MET By Robert Quillen I do hope Ella gets to Heaven Shed be worried sick if she could always smeli somethin burnin 2 BOYS HURT IN BRITT ACCIDENT One of Injured Victims in Critical Condition at Hospital Berly Peck 9 son of Mr and Mrs Bruce Peck of Britt is in a critical condition at Mercy hospital and his brother Perry 5 is recov ering at Britt from injuries re ceived Wednesday night when the two were struck by an auto at Britt The older boy was pushing the younger on a coaster when they were hit by a ear driven by Hugh Gordon salesman Both of Bcrlys legs are broken and he suffered bruises on his head His condition remained about the same Thursday afternoon The younger brother suffered two broken bones and scratches on his face Physicians believe he will re cover The accident happened on Fair grounds street in Britt as both the boys and the auto were going west Gordon stopped his car after the accident and took the younger brother to a physicians office while neighbors took the other boy also to a physician for treatment The latter was then taken to Mason CHICAGO STUDENTS IN STRIKE Protesting against teachers unpaid salaries thousands of high school students Wednesday walked out on strike from classrooms Students at Crane high arc shown In front of the school utter the walkout Associated Press State Senate Continues Work on Appropriations Bill Already Carries More Than House Approved DES MOINES April G tinuing work on the biennial appro priations bill the state senate today made an additional net in crease over the allowances of the house for the Dams items Changes made by the senate in its committee of the whole sessions so far have brought the toal net ncrease over the house appropria Jons for the same departments to Appropriations approved by the senate so far also represent an in of over the umount recommended by the senate appro priations committee for the sections considered so far Other Items Raised Increases over the committee rec ommendations made today included adjutant general board oC education 5750 governor 51108 and health department The increase in the board of edu cation allowance of represent ed an advance of yearly in the salaries of each member of the fin ance committee The appropriations committee had recommended that the salaries be cut at 52500 a year An amend ment by Senatoi Carolyn Pendray roviding for the increase was ap iroved by a 29 to 15 vote For Fair Board After beating down attempts to liminate state aid appropriations o agricultural societies and asso iations the senate yesterday in Teased by the state fair loard appropriations and by 00 the allowance for state aid to ounty fairs Whereas the senate committee on appropriations recommended 00 for the state fair board the ommittee of the whole approved f The state aid to county airs was advanced from to 105000 Other increases over committee ecommendations included or the board of assessment and re Tnm 1o rage 2 Column STUDENTS DEFY CHICAGO POLICE Strike for Second Day to Protest Lack of Pay for Teachers CHICAGO April G sands of Chicago high school stu dents defied police squads again today and walked from their classes with threats not to return until payment of teachers salaries In several schools teachers com manded and pleaded with their stu dents to halt Principals stood In corridors and at exits but the stu dents disregarded them Authorities said the strike pcared to be of about the same proportions as yesterday when 13 000 students walked out Many of the original strikers were back in school and authorities said they were spreading strike propaganda Police squads were kept buay driving pupils away from schools to which the walkout had not spread They said striking stu dents appeared in droves at sev eral schools not affected and par aded about the groundswith ban ers Supt of Schools William J Bo arrived back from the state capital at Springfield after a con ference with Gov Henry Homer and announced teachers in all ichools were combatting the strike He said strike leaders would be ar rested on charges of interfering with the schools Adjourns Not to Meet Until Monday WASHINGTON April 6 The house today agreed that upon adjournment it should not meet again until Monday This made next week the earliest time for consid ering the securities farm mortgage or the relief bills Denver Will Remove Relics of Horse Days DENVER April 6 blocks and hitching posts must go Chief of Police Albert Clark de clared the relics of the motorless age to be nuisances and danger ous to life and limbs and ordered city employes to remove them Car Believed Put in School Heads Garage by Practical Jokers PLYMOUTH April Briggs and Marshal Gage were searching for the formers car ear ly Tuesday morning The auto had disappeared from its parking plaru beside the owners residence on Main street It was found in Super intendent Neiferta garage where it had evidently been driven by prac tical jokers Spanish Liner Works Free From Coral Reef FORT LAUDERDALE Fia April 6 coast guard cut ter Unalga at a m radioed the base here the Spanish liner Marques do Comillas had worked Itself free from the coral reef near Carysfort Light on which it ground ed Tuesday night The radio said vessel pulled from the reef at m find continued on its a original course hours later for Havana two AKRONBEGANTO CRACK UP EVEN BEFORE FALLING 3 Survivors of Airship Submit Report to Navy Head WASHINGTON April 6 Evidence that the Akron began cracking up before it struck the water off Barnegat Light Tuesday was submitted to Secretary Swan son today by Lieut Com Herbert V Wiley executive officer of the airship and one of its three sur vivors The navy mada public his report which embraced statements by the two enlisted men survivors R E Deal and M E Erwin Meanwhile Wiley in late after noon appeared before the house naval committee which is to investi gate the disaster In secret session the committee by Representative De laney D N both Wiley and Commander Garland Fulton of the navy Outline Procedure The purpose was said to be simply to outline procedure in the study that is to begin early next week In his statement to Secretary Swanson Wiley told of a sharp and severe gust of wind which strucl the ship one more severe than he had ever experienced he note that the lower rudder control rop had carried away and that the ship was falling Deal in a collaboratingreport said that as he lay in his bunk he had seen two portside girders above a corridor through the ship bend and buckle Control linos as he ran forward appeared slack but not broken Difficult to Synchronize It s difficult to synchronize ac curately these observations in the keel by Deal Wiley said with my own observation in the control car but apparently the damage to the girders occurred after the very severe gust struck the ship and after the ship had begun its last de scent practically out of control and which terminated by the ship strik ng the water with consequent major structural damage Just before trie ship struck the water Deal said he glanced toward he back and saw it still intact as ar his vision could carry with he lights going out a moment be fore the crash Tried to Keach Ship Wiey said that after he had been submerged in the control car by water coming in the window he was standing beside and then carried out another window he sought to reach the airship by swimming as i was niihouettcd in lightning flashes The airship however was drift ing away from me rapidly he add ed ind at about 500 yards distance I could see the ship entirely on the water broken in two or three places submerged about one third of her diameter with the bow for a length of about 200 feet inclined in the air at an angle of about 30 degrees I gave Jp trying to reach the sliip and looking around sighted lights of what I took to be a surface vessel and e lighthouse he said Saw Several Men I aw several men in the water and heard their cries None was close to me Wiloy recounted how he had clung to a hoard and how he was hauled aboard the German tanker Phoebus after being in the water be tween a half hour and an hour He described how upon recovering his strength he found R W Cope land the chief radioman unconsci ous He said he believed he died about i m but that they made fruit1 less efforts to revive him until New York Assembly Passes Bill to Call Repeal Convention ALBANY N Y April 6 The New York assembly Wednes day passed a bill calling for a state convention to act on repeal of the eighteenth amendment and provid ing for 150 delegates all to be elected at large The bill already approved by the senate goes to Governor Lehman The election of delegates will be May 23 and the convention June 27 at the capitol Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal April aviation like I do and believing in it like I do this loss wus a terrible jolt My main friend among them was Admiral Moffett we had been to two dis armament conferences together I could always go to him and get a little inside news that the conference was trying to do he was a grand soul Moffett was the propeller of naval aviation Now dont fly off and say that aviation is not safe or not practical there is certain tilings nature can do to you whether its an earthquake in California a flood in Mississippi a tornado in Ohio or a drought in Arkansaw When nature en ters into it dont criticize Yours WILL ROGERS Copyrlfiht McNnuellt Syndicate At Least 11 Men Lost as Storm Destroys Boats Sudden Spring Squall Hits Fishing Fleet Off Coast of Washington HOQUIAM Wash April 6 Wreckage of numerous small fish ing boats scattered along the beach today marked the path of a sudden springaquall which took the lives of at least 11 fishermen on the treach erous Grays harbor bar The storm struck with savage fury late yesterday afternoon into the midst of the salmon trolling fleet as it was putting to sea Watchers saw seven of the little craft capsize hurlingthe crews into the water About SO of the fleet made up 100 boats in all made their way across the bar successfully while the others turned baqk to West port their base List of Men Iosi The list of the men and boats lost reported by other fishermen and coast guardsmen was The Aozwrhuj with Jack and W Sainio brothers aboard The Axel owned and operated by Axel Backland The Alki carrying Charles Pie tola and Joel Salo The Pacific manned by Alex Forsel The Helen manned by Victor Bjorsen Wayne Wade and a third innamed man A boat with Nick Heikkila aboard 19 States to Say Goodbye to Near Beer lowans Must Visit in Border States to Get Brew By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A large part of the country goes off the near beer standard at a m local time Friday In 19 states and the District of Columbia sale of beer containing 32 per cent alcohol by weight per cent by volume becomes legal at that time Brewers in some of those states plan to deliver beer as soon as it becomes legal Others ruling out jubilee parties at midnight say beer will not be delivered much be fore breakfast time Legal In ID States The 19 states in which beer be comes legal at a m are Ari zona California Colorado Dela ware Illinois Indiana Kentucky Maryland Minnesota Missouri Montana Nevada New Jersey New York Ohio Oregon Pennsyl vania Washington and Wisconsin Six other states have set specific later dates for the twist of beer spigots They are Louisiana April 13 Vermont May 1 North Caro lina May 1 Wyoming May 18 West Virginia June 9 and North Dakota July 1 still others have proposals pending to legalize beer The regulations vary as to where and how beer can be sold The price Is expected to vary also in differ ent places of sale One price frequently in New York was 6 A small boat with only one un identified man in it Late last night the bodies of two men were washed ashore Neither was Immediately identified See Boats Capsize Fishermen whose boats had sur vived the stormy water told of hav ing seen others of the fleet cap sized and their crews tossed into the turbulent waters Rescue work was nearly impossible they snid The fleet had put to sen under favorable weather conditions but by the time the bar was reached the waters which arc frequently nav igated by large ships with diffi culty were being churned by the sudden squall From the Westport coast guard station the lookout saw the little craft were in difficulty and watched several capsize The two life saving crews immediately put out for rescue work The men didnt have much chance to live in those waters the ookout said wholesale for a case bottles Brewers Fear Hilarity The decision to prohibit sales ii many states until 6 a m was made by the United States Brewers asso ciation Beer makers said hilarity due to stronger drinks otherwise might be unjustly blamed upon the brew The sale in some states will be made without regulatory laws for the time being Illinois is among these Beer will not be welcomed vciy generally in the south Friday Ken tucky and Maryland beingthe only two states where sale will be legal In the District of Columbia the sale will not be permittee to per sons under 18 or to automobilists The commissioners will decide if the beverage is to be sold on gov ernment property and in the cap ital building itself Planes to CnpiUil Planes were being groomed in Pittsburgh to rush cases of the drink to the nations capital One Brewery has prepared a special case for the president Hollywood wont have any beer after midnight California will per mit sale all right and Los Angeles lias an ordinance which permits sale but it applies to only some sections of the city Hollywood is within the city limits but outside tha area delineated by the ordi nance The divorce colony in Reno ftv pected to make purchases in the So far as Nevada was concerned the prospect was the beverage would be tax free No Beer to Be Ilnil Montanans may buy the bever ge if they can find any to buy iTurn In 2 Column 21 ABDUCTION FOR RANSOM WOULD CALL FOR DEATH 3Ian for Refunding of Primary Road Bonds Defeated DES MOINES April 6 laping for ransom would be pun shable by death under a bill passed S to 18 today by the Iowa house of The bill now goes o the senate for consideration The lower branch after vigorous debate defeated 48 to 55 a bill by he senate committee on highways Ahich would have permited the tale highway commission to pro vfde a comprehensive plan for re unding primary road bonds out landing as of Feb 1 The vote was nailed down so hat it would take favorable action y 72 members for reconsideration Hold Up Action The also held up action on the concurrent resolution by Repre sentative McFarlane of Black Hawk setting April 12 as the date for final adjournment Representative Reed of Mahaska smd Jenson of Audubon fought the resolution on the grounds there was too much important business pend ing to think about adjournment McFarlane said many of the members had requested the resolu tion The kidnaping bill was brought up by Representative Snyder of Hamilton its author who moved that it be token from the sifting committee After a debate on the motion wffich was fought by Repre senative McCreery of Ltan a mem ber of the committee the house brought out the bill by a vote of 85 to 10 Amendment Tcfen1cl An amendment making the pen alty either death or life imprison ment was offered by Representative Spurs of Floyd but defeated 18 to Johnson opposed the amendment claiming that it defeated the pii1 jose of the bill He claimed that there were no mitigatingcircum stances in kidnapingfor ransom as requcntly occurs in murder cases Those votingagainst the bill vere Cunningham Fabritz Lazell Garner Laugh I In Lichty McCreery jcKinnon Manefe Millhone Mitch II Teet nice Sours Stansell Te er Zipse and Zylstra Not voting or and Ryder Iflgliwny BUI Up The highway bill was called up by McCreery While giving the com mission the right to provide a re funding plan it would limit the an nual payments of interest and prin cipal to a minimum of and a maximum of 59000000 so that the gasoline and registration taxes would care for the payments The state executive council in case the receipts exceeded the amount necessary for maintenance K Pr Zsn the and Payment of interest and prin citys night clubs after a m cipal would havc bccn empowpclcd to use up to 52000000 annually to retire bonds next outstanding Beam of Light From Star to Open Gates WILLIAMS BAY Wis April 6 at Yerkes observa ory reported a trap for a beam of ight from Areturus which is to e used to open the worlds fair t Chicago is all set A 40 inch elcacope will snare the beam and i photoelectric cell will transform t into current to open the fairs gates 4000 Contribute to Defense of Hartzell DES MOINES April 6 4000 persons have contrib ted to the defense fund of Oscar f Hartzell promoter of the Drake state nnd charged with using the mil to defraud J T Jones defense und trustee announced 3 6 HOUR WEEK PLAN REJECTED Senate to Lengthen Work Hours Debates Black Bill WASHINGTON April 6 Pressing toward final disposition of the Black five day week bill the senate today rejected a proposal to change the number of hours of work from 30 to 36 a week Senator Robinson of Arkansas the democratic leader proposed the change on the ground that restric tion to 30 hours might lead to de mands for wage reductions His proposal was voted down 48 to 40 The bill would forbid the trans portation in interstate commerce of products made by establishments in which men work more than five six hour days a week It was the first defeat of the ses sion for the administration leaders Robinson had announced the change to President the change the entire would bo acceptable Roosevelt Opponents claimed would have revised philosophy of the legislation Passed iiy by House the house in Bills passed cluded By the senate sifting committee an act to legalize and renew the corporate right of the Clinton Davenport and Muscatine railway company of Davenport Jt was ox plained that renewal was inadver tantly overlooked on Feb 28 By the senate sifting committee correcting a section of the meas ure previously passed making tax rates apply to the assessed instead of taxable value of property Weal IOWA WEATHER Generally fair Thursday night temperature Friday increasing cloudiness rising temperatures LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar company weather figures for 2 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morn ing Maximum WeclneHdiiy 12 Minimum In Night S2 At 8 A M 8Z Snowfall Tracp After being In the south thrno days the wind back in northwest Thursday   

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