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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 16, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                oca OF 14 North Iowas Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT SLAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS EDITION VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIHB SERVICE MASONCITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 16 1933 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS NO 191 House Gets Scolding Magnus Johnson in Attacks on Demo Leaders By HERBERT PIAJMMER WASHINGTON May IB That big voice heard so often in the senate some years nus Johnson of teen heard again on capitol hill this time in the house Johnson back in politics as a farmer laborite and a represen tative at large has been singu larly quiet since he took the oath of office at the beginning of the present session For the most tjiAQHjs JOMMSON part he has been content to sit quietly in his seat about half way back on the repub lican aide and listen The house was debating whether it would accept the cost of produc tion plan as a part of the farm bill Perhaps it struck Johnson as a bit strange when Clarke of New York controlling the time for the republicans announced that he would yield just two minutes to him During the old days in the senate he could have had as much time as he desired His Time Counted But no man ever made more of those two minutes perhaps than he did In a voice that reverberated through every part of the chamber and which silenced the incessant noise so much a part of the house Johnson began It might have been the fact that he could get only two minutes that BO aroused him Glaring across the aisle at the democratic leaders he reminded them that he hadnt taken up much their time in talking Then he proceeded to fly Into them beeniSbetter for ou by far he shbiite3ifryoUdld not come in here with this great majority By the use of the floor whip you have been rough shod in your tactics You have applied the pressure of the conqueror You have in a determined machine like process applied the gag rule and in so doing you have invited the same criticism upon your shoulders for which you burned on the stump the party that was in power before you This statement at the conclusion of his speech was a signal for a mingled outburst of cheers and jeers Strengthen Progressives But above the confusion and be fore the chair silenced him Johnson made a statement that may prove to be significant What your party does here he cried can only serve to strengthen the only progressive party in Min nesota and that party is the one of which I am a member Theres a suggestion In that per haps of the future for Johnson A seat In the senate must be contested in Minnesota next year Johnson led the ticket last November in the election of that states representa tivesatlarge polling a total of 388616 votes Maybe he has his heart set on a return to the body in which he once served Held After Death of Two in Auto Mishap COUNCIL BLUFFS May 16 20000 bond Virgil Lent Council Bluffs was bound over to the district court at preliminary hearing on charges of manslaught er The charges result from an automobile accident In which Mrs Ida Anderson was killed and Charles A Woods was fatally in jured AUNT NET By Robert Quillen Them Joneses are so hon est they cant help lookin disappointed when they tell you the old mans gettin better ROOSEVELT APPEALS TO WORLD Wisconsin Strikers Reject Governors Offer REFUSE TO MEET HIM UNDER HIS OWN CONDITIONS Schmedeman Calls for Surrender Troops Rout Pickets MILWAUKEE May IS forts to bring about an immediate settlement of Wisconsins tumultu ous milk strike went glimmering today when strike chiefs refused to confer with Gov A G Schmede man under conditions which the governor prescribed Officials of the Wisconsin coop erative milk pool had made over tures to the governor suggesting a meeting this afternoon The governor in effect demanded that the strikers surrender first He was willing to meet them provided they came with a determination to call off the strike at once and pro vided that Walter M fiery president of the milk pool was not a member of the conference com mittee Cannot Be Arbitrated The sovereignty of the state cannot be arbitrated one of the governors advisers informed the strikers The attitude of the governor un der whose mandate several hundred national guardsmen are preserving deputies brought av bristling retort arbi tration committee of thoinllk pool The committee declined to meet the gavernor under histerms There will be no surrender said Singler The committee in a telegram to the governor said it was still anxi ous to meet the governor to discuss the situation and find a solution of the present controversy Mind Not Closed But the conference committe must be of our own choosing and on terms indicating that your mind is not closed to our just demands Paul Weis chairman of the arbitra tion committee telegraphed to the governor Strike chiefs were meeting in Milwaukee but they had several representatives at Madison with whom they communicated frequent ly At Madison A H Chrlstnmn of Menominee Falls vice president of the pool continued to labor with the hope that a meeting with the gov ernor might still be arranged In Conciliatory Mood Christman appeared to be in a more conciliatory mood than the strikers in Malwaukee who vetoed a meeting under the governors con ditions Throughout the strike region to day state and county officials dealt with strikers withincreasing firm ness National guard cavalrymen in the role of civilian deputies this morning routed milk strike pickets at Shawano where strikers yester day overwhelmed authorities and closed several dairy plants Militiamen 225 of them from Mil waukee were added to the force of about 300 special deputies recruited about Shawano Troops Rout Strikers They carried sidearms riot sticks and gas bombs In a few hours early today they swept the highways There were two brushes with farm strikers About 200 pickets cast of Shawano were dispersed Strikers then assembled near Bonduel where a tear gas battle was fought yesterday but again were driven away Acting Sheriff Oscar C Dett who replaced Sheriff Otto Druck ery of Shawno county suspended fir Inefficiency Druckery was suspended last night for failure to stop rioting in Bonduel Dettinan was named im mediately 25 Pickets Arrested WOODSTOCK 111 May 16 Twentyfive milk strike picketers were arrested and placed in the county jail today when they at tempted to blockade roads and pre vent delivery of milk Plans to Revoke Permits CHICAGO May 16 Com missioner of Health Herman N Bundesen said today he was plan ning to revoke Chicago milk selling permits to farmers not using them at present Bundesen said such action might be taken within 24 hours He said It would not only 11 directed at Wisconsin farmers but against dairymen of Illinois and Indiana as well if they possess permits but do not use them San Francisco Bay Area Has Earth Shocks Street Lights Go Out in Santa Rosa and Clocks Stop SAN FRANCISCO May 16 Two sharp earthquakes awakened residents throughout the San Fran cisco bay area at a m Street lights went out in Santa Rosa 50 miles north of here when the shocks disrupted the electric system A few clocks were stopped and windows broken in San Fran cisco no other damage was re ported Calls It Minor Although Professor P Byerly University of California seismolo gist described the shock as a min or one many people fled from their homes Professor Byerly said he was some distance from San Fran cisco He did not consider the quake of sufficient importance to consulthis seismograph before the usual hour Old time residents in Oakland and San Francisco however termed the quake the worst in years In Quick Succession The shocks each of several sec onds duration came in quick suc cession Sacramento 125 miles northeast of here Stockton 75 miles to the east and peninsula towns to the south reported feeling the shocks It was not felt in southern Califor nia First Gancer Patient Has Treatment With New XRay Machine CHICAGO May 16 800000 volts and 10 miliamperes of electricity coursing over his body John J Mulcahy 60 of St Johns N F lay 35 minutes in a lead lined chamber at Mercy hospital to be the first patient to be treated by the worlds moit powerful xray machine installed for treatment of cancer He said he experienced no sensation whatever PROFESSOR LAMENTS SOCIAL DECLINE OF GOOD OLD TOOTHPICK OMAHA May 16 C O Simpson says he lements the decline of the toothpick Dr Simpson professor of Radio dontia at Washington university St Louis spoke at the Nebraska State Dental society convention Hardy pioneers he said picked their teeth with bowie knives The elite of the 80a carried gold tooth picks and within the past 20 years touthpicks were quite generally served in homes and at public eat ing places Now they are confined to primi tive rural communities restaurants and dining cars The proper manipulation of a toothpick he said can be extreme ly beneficial 3 BANDITS LOOT MINNESOTA BANK Enter Bank at Farmington Before Open Escape With S6000 FARMINGTON Minn May 16 bandits who entered the First National bank before it opened today overpowered four em ployes as they came to work and fled with 56000 The victims were threatened with two submachine guns as they ar rived singly and forced into the basement where they were bound with wire and rope and their mouths closed with adhesive tape HO they could not shout They were locked in a store room and left there Officers believe at least two and perhaps all of their raiders who fled in a car driven by a fourth man entered the bank during the night and the others a short time before it opened Cashier C E Cadwell after ar riving was forced to open the bank vault and safe Then all were or dered in the basement A Bricelyn Minn bank was raided of Saturday by one bandit who entered during the night MAY GET HER WISH Mrs Puttie Willis South 80 Nicholasville Ky who always 1ms wanted to dine at the white house may hnve her wish ful filled She expects to visit Washington soon and Mrs Frunlilin D Roosevelt lias writ ten her snying she would be glad to Invite Mrs South to 11 men if she herself is in Wash ington lit the time Associated Press Minnesota Judge Declares Debtor Aid Law Invalid Says Mortgage Moratorium Violates U S State Constitutions MINNEAPOLIS May 16 Minnesotas new mortgage mora torium act was held unconstitution al today by District Judge Arthur W Selover The law was enacted by the legis lature last month to ease the bur den on mortgagors Gov Floyd B Olson at the time of its passage said It made unnec essary continuation of the fore closure moratorium lie had pro calimed because It furnished a means of relief to hard pressed mortgagors particularly farmers Will Bo Appealed Announcement was made that Judge Selovcrs ruling would be ap pealed to the state supreme court The judge held the law violated a federal constitution section for bidding passage of any act Impair ing obligations of contracts and n similar provision of the state con stitution He ruled also that it violated a state constitution section forbidding special or class legislation and an other saying a law may not em brace more than one subject Provides Extension The law provided a 30 day ex tension for redemption from mort gage foreclosure sales of real es tate and authorized district court judges to give further extensions in the redemption time up to March 1 1D35 The ruling was made in the local case of John H Blaisdell against the Home Building and Loan asso ciation The latter began fore closure proceedings against prop erty owned by Blaisdell who re quested an extension of the re demption period Judge Selover denied the request The judge said that in his opinion the statute is for the benefit of that limited class of debtors who have given mortgages upon real property 12 PLEAD GUILTY AT Judge Suspends Terms of Year Each 10 to Stand Trial DENISON May 15 men arrested for rioting at a farm sale here April 28 pleaded guilty in district court today to charges of contempt of court and resisting service of a court process Judge Homer A Fuller sentenced each defendant to one year in the state penitentiary on the resistance charge but issued bench paroles Fines of each and one days imprisonment in county jail were imposed on the contempt charge Failure to pay the fine entails an additional 15 days in jail Judge Fuller decreed The resistance charges were brought against the men today on information of County Attorney Andrew Bell Ten men remain to be tried Called Misguided To those pleading guilty today Judge Fuller said You are not lawbreakers but misguided and misled individuals worked into the wrong frame of mind by agitators No leniency may be expected from this court or any other court to the remaining 10 defendants re fusingjto enterpleas Judga Fuller warned Attorneys indicated that some of the 10 might enter pleas of guilty later Conspiracy charges against the 12 who entered picas today were dismissed The 12 are Lester Hardy B E Cooper James Chew Ben Chrecht Raymond Buck George Edberberg R c Cooper George Tictsort James Hawii James Mich ael Ralph Neslcr nnd Carl Nelson To Stand Trial Those electing to stand trial are W H Meyers Frank North Her man C Blume Fritz Blume Carl C Carlson George Fegcbrat T K Cooper Anton Baugaard A J Johnson and Charles Speck A grand jury summoned for Mon day morning will consider evidence on the county attorneys new infor mation charging resistance of a court process Assisting County Attorney Bell in the prosecution arc Judge Advo cate Frank B Hallngan of the mil tary court which investigated the riot Captain Harris of Jefferson nnd Cloid Level assistant county at torney Guards Break Camp Fortyseven men and three offi cers of the Iowa National Guard Company M Red Oak One Hun dred Sixtyeighth infantry were to break camp this afternoon Com pany L of Council Bluffs one hun dred sixtyeighth will remain nt Denison for several days At Le Mars Col Glenn C Hayncs commanding officer said he will de part for his home at DCS Moines tomorrow Twentyfive men de parted for home yesterday and about 80 will leave tomorrow leav ing an encampment of less than 50 men Along with Colonel Haynos Capt A B Young of Sioux City and Lieut H J Yount of Waterloo will leave Le Mars Federal judge Says Dry Agent Sarnpled Too Much Evidence CHICAGO May 16 Prohibition Agent George B Whit lock testified he bought five high balls at the now closed Planet Mars cafe and noted that several patrons were intoxicated Federal Judge James H Wilkerson said This agent was in no condition to say whether the other customers were intoxicated after drinking as much liquor as he did The judge freed Harry Voiler who managed the Planet Mars but fined a waiter Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal May this a good tip or aint it No business in the U S is as cockeyed as the oil business and many states depend on U for their prosperity If ever a business needed a dictator it Is them It would he the biggest job held by a single man out side the president It must not be on oil man for he is already linked with one side or the other its got to be a man that the whole oil industry knew was on the level fearless fair seeking nothing but justice to thousands that produce oil and millionse that use It Well if there is a man In America that will fill this position any better than Al Smith I defy you to think of him Yours WILL CofiyrlRht 1033 Mettangtit Syndicate ISSUES MESSAGE TO WORLD CALLS ON HEADS OF54NATIONSTO RESERVEPEACE D Notifies Congress of His Proposal of Pact of NonAggression FKANKLIN D ROOSEVELT Technical Recognition of Russia Says Borah Robinson Also Message May Have That Effect WASHINGTON May 16 Inclusion of Russia amongthe 54 nations addressed today by Presi dent Roosevelt was hailed by Sen ator Borah R Idaho us the same as technical recognition of the so viet government Although the official attitude was that the sending of the communi cation to Moscow constituted nei ther recognition nor a step toward recognition Senator dcmobratic had said in i statement the act may have the eftcct of recognition Not to Others Also it was noted that although Die document went to Russia it did not go to Salvador and Liberia neither government of which is rec ognized by the United States This was despite the fact that those gov are among those invited o attend the London world econ omic conference the list of which were recipients o the Roosevelt message Long an advocate of recognizing the soviet Borah told newsppaper I am not concerned as to wheth er the president intended this as recognition Technical Recognition I am only concerned with the proposition that its effect is the same as technical recognition Borah is former chairman and now ranking republican on the im portant foreign relations commit tee Other republicans who did not want their names used told re porters they agreed with Robinsons statement ns to the effect of the message to Moscow Secretary Hull today declined to comment Not First Message The cablegram Is not the first communication to pass between Washington and Moscow under the soviet President Wilson sent a message to Jacob Sverdloff president Kal inins predecessor In 1918 concern Ing tiie negotiations which soviet Russia was making at BrestLl tovsk for separate pence with Ger many In 1921 and 1922 telegrams were sent to Presidents Harding and Coolidge by the soviet foreign min ister concerning American recogni tion Replies were made through pub lic statements delivered to soviet representatives at Reval Estonia Claims Finding Toad 20 Feet Underground PRESTON Nebr May 16 The story William Margrave tells is this While digging in a gravel pit he found a toad 20 feet beneath the earths surface inside of a ball of clay out of which it hopped away HITLER READY TO TELL PLANS Calls Delegate to Geneva fr Receive All Latest Information BERLIN May 16 or Adolf Hitler today called Count Rudolf Nadolny to get the latest nformation from Geneva prepara tory to facing the reichstag and the world with a declarftlon of Ger nanys International political inten lions The chancellor at 3 p m tomor row will outline before the re assembled reichstag Germanys pos tion in the face of the deadlock in he world disarmament conference which followed German disagree ment with articles of the British disarmament plan The count chief delegate at the conference and Dr Alfred Rosen icrg chief of the foreign division of lie nazi party were recalled to Ber in over the weekend for confer ences The latter had been in Lon don Seek to Check Drift The situation in Germany was most tense as government leaders sought to check the drift which rapidly was carrying the country into political isolation Newspapers generally blamec France for the Geneva impasse und expressed surprise that the Speech last Saturday night of Vice Chan cellor Franz von Papen in which he compared the present situation with that existing In 1014 had re ceived a cool foreign reception Hitler wants no war thi Deutsche Allgemeinc Zeltung de dared in belittling talk of war He could not want it without jeopardiz ing his lifework and his ideology HI wants peace security equality an gradual revision of the Versailles treaty Lawa Approved Semioffieially It was stated tha no meeting1 of the cabinet MBS been called until after the chancellor1 pronouncements before the rcich stag Meanwhile the Prussian cabine approved a project offered las week by Hans Kerrl president a the Prussian diet radically alterini land laws in thr Btate Under the measure Jews are pro hibitcd from owning lands an farmers from selling them The must be passed down to the chil ciren with the oldest whether boy or girl getting possession Its goal ii the preservation farms in sizes big enough to sup port one family and preventing sub diviflion until It is valueless Z Held In Theft SIOUX CITY May 10 lice were holding V J Shepherd 43 and Dewey Luckcy 34 In con nectlon with the theft of from Herman Huth 80 WASHINGTON May 16 Concerned over threats to peace resident Roosevelt appealed to the today to repudiate weapons f aggression and join for real pro notion of international understand ng and economic recovery To the leaders of 54 nations he ddresaeif a suggestion for treaty greement against troops crossing rentier lines He notified congress of his action few hours later saying it was Im elled by evidence that assurance of world political and economic peace nd stability la threatened by sel ish and shortsighted policies ac ions and threats of actions Directed at Hitter No names were mentioned but ven before his wordfl were read to ouse and senate legislators com lented on his move as to particular ROOSEVELT TEXTS Text Roosevelt message to 54 foreign capitals on pagu 5 Text of presidents message to congress on page 2 significance at this time in view of the declaration of policy Chancellor Adolf Hitler of Germany is sched uled to make tomorrow Thepreeidentii communication to governments called lor petty national alms in the Interest of all people and warned that unless this ia done the world will know where blame goes His approach and proposals com manded immediate support from both parties in the congress al though here and there comments showed doubt of much concrete re sult Applies to Marines Secretary Hull made plain at the state department that the proposed treaty against armed troops cross ng frontiers applied decidedly to sending of American marines to Litln American countries as has een done in the past He would not comment on qiies ions as to the sendingof a copy of he message directly to Russia vhose government the United tales does not recognize Official impressions had been iven elsewhere however that the administration did not consider the sending of the message to the soviet as constituting recognition Turn to Fngn Column 3 DAYS DEVELOPMENTS By THE ASSOCIATE PRESS Developments In the Inter national disarmament crisis WASHINGTON President Rooyevelt broke precedent by appealing directly to the rulers of the nations to reduce arma ments eliminate aggressive weapons forget petty na tional aims and work for peace and economic recovery Hitler conferred with President von Hlndenburg about his momen tous disarmament pronounce ment to be made tomorrow be fore the special reichstag ses sion factories mak ing food chemicals clothing and army were ordered to report to the passive de fense bureau11 on their capacity and number of employes Hitler rebuked Austria for slapping Germany in the face were report ed fleeing In disorder to make a stand against the Japanese army only 13 miles east of Pelping IOWA WEATHER Generally Fair Tuesday nlpht Wednesday Increasing cloudi ness not much change In tem perature LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar company weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Tuesday Maximum Monday 77 Lowest In Night 48 At 8 A M Tuesday 61 Precipitation OS of nn Inch The wind was still in the south west Tuesday   

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