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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 12, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JANUARY 12 THINK ADMIRAL WAS MISQUOTED War Scare Article in Jap Magazine Accuses U S of Spying TOKIO Jan 12 navy of fice spokesman today cast doubt on the veracity of an interview attrib uted to Vice Admiral Nobumasa Suetsugu commander of the navys combined fleets Jn the Gendai mag azine The magazine quoted the admiral as saying Japan must prepare and is preparing to defend herself against what appears to me to be Americas policy of hostilely en circling Japan by every possible means The spokesman said the matter be investigated and observers recalled that at one time the admir al was placed on the navy waiting list for a short time as a penalty for indiscreet utterances after the London naval conference Cites Undbcrgh Trip Instances of encirclement the in terview cited were Col Charles A Lindberghs leisurely flight along the Kurlles in the summer of 1931 and Harold Bromleys abortive at tempt to fly the Pacific in 1930 I may be mistaken but 1 think it is possible they were spying in those islands the admiral was quoted as saying Some time ago an American lieutenant hopped off from Japan on an alleged transPacific flight attempt and turned back after fly ing ive dont know where I think the failure was purposeful BromleyGatty Atempt This reference obviously was the BromleyGatty attempt of Sept 14 Then Lindbergh stayed in the Kuriles over a week on excuse of bad weather The length of his stay is grounds for suspicion Today Americans are survey ing the Aleutian islands on a great cutters airplanes and the telegraph corps I think this means an American policy to surround Japan with every possible means in the event of war before the clash of the main fleets Refers to Russia The admiral referred to the re sumption of RussoAmerican rela tions and the Soviets perfection of armaments in the far east where they have stationed a strong army and a powerful air force In the event of an emergency he continued Russia will attack Japan through the air from three west and while a powerful hostile fleet with a strong air force will attack from the Pacific The American navy was not men tioned in this connection IN THE RADIO WORLD FRIDAY JAN 13 Central Btanoarfl Tfmej a to s All pro to key and basic chains or groups thereof unless specified cout to coast c to e designation Iccludw all available stations subject to change P M NBtMVEAF NETWORK weat wlw we el wlo wjar ivtag wcsh wfl wfbr wro wgy when wcsh wfi wilt wtbr wro wg wb BO wlam wwj waal Midwest kad wmaq wocwho wow wdaf wnuf WORTHIEST AND CANADIAN wtmj Triba ha tp welX wday klgr crct cfcf wptf wwao wts wjax wlla wlod warn wroo wsb wapl wjdx wamb Jtvoo Vrky wlaa wbap kprc ktbs ktha a Jrdyl kfilr kghl kfl kgw komd kbq Htar kgu Beaaley Tom Mix wraaq ksd of tha Mountains Howard and Others Bachelors Sketch Bays Serial Show Gotfberga Serial Act and to c by Lyman Youngs Orch First 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Hopeful Senate Will Pass Cuts DES MOINES Jan 12 islators and the state motor vehicle department are receiving notices from county treasurers of a de crease in motor vehicle registration compared with former years it was learned today The department points out this is due probably to two facts one that delinquency does not start un til Feb 1 and the other that mo torists are awaiting to see what disposition la made of the bill to re duce that part the fee based on value after the fourth registration Bill Reduces Fee The house last month passed the bill reducing fees but the senate motor vehicle committee to which it was rfeerred has taken no action on the measure pending house con sideration on the bill providing for refinancing the outstanding 95 000000 In primary road bonds The house committee on high ways recommended indefinite post ponement of the refinancing bill The senate vehicle committee points out that the registration reduction bill would reduce the revenue about which will he needed un less the highway commission is per mitted to adopt a refinancing pro gram If the house overrides Us com mittee report and acts favorably on the senate bill it is highly probable the upper branch will reciprocate and enact the house reduction meas ure Based on Value Under the house bill that part of the registration fee based on value would be 75 per cent of the rate when new upon the fourth registra tion 50 per cent upon the fifth 25 per cent upon the sixth and after the sixth the fee based on value would be eliminated Under the present law the fee for the first five registrations is based on the full value when new and after the fifth valuation on 50 per cent of the full value The other factor entering into registration fees is weight which would not be affected by the pend ing measure SEE VANCE IN ADVANCE FOR EVERYTHING IN MUSIC VANCE MUSIC CO 12i North Federal Phone 798 CITY LOANS The Investment Department of the First National Bank Mason City Iowa will consider a limited number of Local First Mortgages on Mason City improved real estate for prompt closing on strictly first grade property and to selected people with an estab lished credit reputation We suggest you call or write us for more exact terms Investment Department FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mason City Iowa IN DAYS NEWS This is Rclchbishop Iudwig Mueller whose imposition of a dictatorship over the Evangeli cal church in Germany was met with open defiance by many pastors Associated Press photo EXTEND RELIEF TO DELINQUENTS Continued From Fage 1 dresses of Governor Herring and B H Mulock at a joint assembly Senator Baldwin explained tha the BaldwinHarrington bill would encourage the payment of back taxes through the elimination of the interest and penalty which h said in some instances amounts to a third of the principal The measure was amended to apply only to general taxes the application to special assessments being eliminated when opposition developed The bill states that the board o supervisors of a county shall on petition of the property owner com promise any general taxes due and delinquent for 1932 or prior thereto by accepting payment of the prin cipal Harrington Amendment An amendment by Senator Vin cent Harrington which would have allowed the acceptance of part pay ment of the principal was defeated Senator Fraileys remarks on the house action were made as he ob jected to consideration of other bills until the senate had disposed of tax revision and liquor control He declared that various special orders were delaying the major bills The house went into committee the whole to begin ita work on tax revision Representative C L Rice of Keo kuk chairman of the tax revision committee told the house that the house members were closer to the people than are senate members and that the representatives are more interested in the legislation to be enacted Ultimate Result Urging that the ultimate result be the primary consideration he asked that the members fight all personal interests and adopt meaffuro that Is fair to all the p pie of Iowa He outlined the procedure of the interim committee In Its study of tax revision and preparation of the bill now before both branches Representative Rice also nro posed that the several tax bills be taken up in the order of filing and that a half day be devoted to each However some members suggest ed that more than a half day for each bill would he required for i careful consideration In Form of Motion I The proposal that final considera tion begin the first of next week was advanced by Representative O J Grau of Newell Under another proposal put in the form of a mo tion by Representative Cunningham sponsors of the various bills wil have the right to call in outside speakers If they wish The house judiciary No2 com mittee Introduced two bills placing dining and dance places under th same regulation by city councils a dance halls and legalizing school building funds issued by th Independent school district of Free mont township Winncshiek county The house drainage committee in troduced a measure pcrmittinj boards of supervisors to refund an surplus in drainage district funds t persons who have paid their drain age assessments in lull JAPANESE TUNA BEARS NRA SIGN Customs Guard Waiting for Orders on 4000 Cases in California SAN PEDRO Cal Jan 12 Customs guards kept watchful eyes on 4000 cases of Japanese tuna to day while they awaited orders from Washington concerning disposition of the shipment on which NRA blue eagles bad been pasted Discovery of the foreign shipment bearing the NRA insignia was dis closed in a telegram sent by Arch E Ekdale attorney for the Califor nia Fish Canners association to Walter White Washington HA ex ecutive It read Japanese vessel Tatsuta Maru landed nearly 4000 cases Japanese canned tuna consigned in part to Samuel Kunin and Sons Chicago arriving Chicago fifteenth inst Each case bears a large NRA in signia Does administration sanc tion Have photo and affidavit for proof Ekdale was not prepared to say when the insignias were put on the cases The shipment was landed last Friday but it was not until Tuesday tha erablemBtamped cases were no ticed The canners association seeks an embargo on Japanese tuna inplace of the 45 per cent ad valorem tax Ekdale pointed out that in the first nine months of 1D33 about 600000 cases were imported and that the American surplus was approxima tely that amount This competition has resulted in the tying up of tuna boats here and at San Diego threatening jobs of 4000 men Perplexed by Report CHICAGO Jan 12 ell Kimln of the wholesale grocery Irm of Samuel Kunin and Sons aid today he was perplexed by a eport tliat 4000 cases of Japanese una has been consigned to the corn any here bearing the NRA blue agle Kunin asserted his firm had or ered only 100 cases and had spe ifled domestic tuna California acked He said no Japanese tuna vas purchased Kunin said he con racted with the Halfhlll company td of Los Angeles for the ship ment HAWAII TO FETE NAVY AVIATORS Heroes Rest After 24 Hour Flight From Frisco to Honolulu HONOLULU Jan 12 Pacific spanning flyers of Uncle Sams navy are heroes here And when Lieut Com Knefler McGinnis and his 29 officers and men are fully rested from their 24 hour record breaking mass flight from San Francisco to Hawaii they face rounds of entertainment The six seaplanes sliced the wa ters of Pearl Harbor yesterday The last one had come to rest at p m Pacific standard time Fog and Darkness Through darkness fog and other hazards of oversea flying for 2100 miles the squadron came through without a slip in what the navy insisted was merely a routine movement and Commander Mc Ginnis described as just another all night hop The civilian population of Hono lulu however refused to accept such a matteroffact view On the streets and elsewhere conversation indicated the very ease and precis ion with which the squadron ac complished its task supported the opinion that a regular air route to the mainland had been blazed Paveg Way For Mall Intense interest was evidenced in the declaration of Delegate Lincoln McCandless of Hawaii In Washing ton that the success of the flight paved the way for regular airmail and passenger service to the main land in the near future Entertainment for the sailors of the air awaited the arrival of Rear Admiral A W Johnson command er of the aircraft base force who first proposed that the squadrons planes be flown to Honolulu in stead of being transferred in crates on surface vessels Night Seemed Long From the time Commander Mc Ginnis led the flight through San Franciscos golden gate at p m Pacific Standard Time Wed nesday until the Pearl harbor fin ish Admiral Johnson kept in touch with the progress of the planes by wireless In telling of the flight Command er McGinnis said the night in the air was awfully long because the squadrons westward course stretch ed the period of darkness Into about 15 hours The late Commander John Rodg ers made the first mainland to Hawaii flight attempted in August 1925 The commander and a crew of four were forced down 450miles sliort of their goal Nine days later they were rescued drifting off the ASK 3 MILLIONS FOR IOWA RELIEF Continued From Page 1 there is still so much demanded for relief He stated this demand had reached 5200000 in December Mulock said further that while Harry L Hopkins federal relief ad ministrator had notified him that Iowa would have to allocate its share of funds he had explained nothing had been said about dis continuance of present federal money To Name Committee At the conclusion of Mulocks talk the joint session passed a mo tion by Senator George Patterson of Burt authorizing the president of the senate and the speaker of the house to appoint a committee of three senators and three representa tives to make recommendations as to the manner meeting this emergency relief contingency and the means of getting the revenue The governor and lieutenant gov ernor and Speaker Miller met short ly after the joint session adjourn ment to discuss the appointment of committee members zolfers Meet Bogey on Thirteenth Green CHICAGO Jan 12 the lirteenth green at the Flossmoor ountry club course Harold O Mc jane his three guests and four addles met a real bogey A holdup man greated them took and de iarted in a motor car iullitt Confirmed as Envoy to Russia WASHINGTON Jan 12 The senate yesterday confirmed the nomination of William C Bullitt as ambassador to soviet Russia There vas no roll call Confirmation of the ambassador was the only part the senate could play in recognition of the soviet republics Vlartin Instill Appeal Decision Postponed TORONTO Jan 12 deci sion in the appeal of Martin J In sull former Chicago utilities oper ator from extradition to the United States to face embezzle ment charges was postponed today until Monday Island of Kauai Expressions of Admiration ROME Jan 12 Ameri can navys mass flight to Hono lulu brought expressions of admir ation today from the Italian air ministry and high officers They were unanimous in con gratulating the United States on the feat which they said they con sidered one of the outstanding re cent proofs of the progress of avia tion and an indication of the pre ponderant part airplanes would play in warfare Jupan Not Surprised TOKIO Jan 12 United States navys Honolulu flight was not surprising in view of recent de velopments in aviation said a Jap anese navy office spokesman today It shows what Increased powers this development has placed at the disposition of mankind he said adding It remains to be seen whether these powers will be used bcnefi ciently or destructively FILE NEW COUNTS IN MNIDER SUIT Ontjes Asks Judgement for for Alleged Sale of Stock F A Ontjes Thursday filed in district court here separate peti tions as to the second and third counts of his original petition in the suit which he brough against Hanford MacNider and Ma H McNider executors of the C H McNider estate and the Northwest ern States Portland Cement com panics of Iowa and West Virginia In the separate petition as to thi second count he asks judgment fo BO000 against the defendants al leging that the late C H McNider acting as an officer of the North western States Portland Cemen company sold 4000 shares of stock in the Alpha Portland Cement com pany below the market price at the time of the sale and that McNide and the party to whom he sold the stock received prof itby re selling the stock at market prices The separate petition as coun three asks that the court decrei that C H McNider received exces slve bonuses and salaries in th amount of while an office of the cement company and ask judgment in favor of the company for that amount The new petitions were filed I compliance with aruling of th court on Jan 6 jrant Wood to Give Lectures to Artists IOWA CITY Jan 12 Vood Cedar Rapids artist is to onduct a series of lectures for art ts who wish to enroll for univers y credit while working on CWA rt projects Wood is state director f the CWA art work AUSTRIA AIMS BLOW AT NAZIS Vice Chancellor Fey Jails Vienna Leader and Two Other Hitlerites VIENNA Jan 12 Chancellor Emil Fey struck th first solid blow today in the Aus rrlan governments renewed drive against nazis With new power in his bands as result of yesterdays cabinet shift to the fascist helmwher Fey jailed the nazis Vienna leader AI fred B Frauenfold and two othe prominent Hitlerites Frauenfeld was released frotr prison only a few weeks ago in ex change for a Vienna detective wh had been held in Munich on espion age charges A short time after Vice Chan cellor Feys sudden stroke the cab Inet of Chancellor Engelbert Doll fuss gathered in a special session and discussed new measure against the nazis The vice chancellor is particular y eager it was said to carry ou a thorough cleanup of Austrian courts and the civil service weed ing out of all nazi political tenden cles CHARLES MACK DIES IN CRASH riginator of Comedy Team of Two Black Crows Pinned Under Car MESA Ariz Jan 12 Charles E Mack 46 originator of he famous comedy team of Moran and Mack known as the Two Black Crows was fatally injured as an automobile overturned six miles from Mesa last night Others in the automobile who all escaped serious injury were Mack Sennett former bathing beauty motion picture producer the come dians wife and daughter Mary Jane and his partner George Mo ran Crushed Under Car Mack was crushed under the ma chine but was still alive when pass ing motorists helped free him and bring him to a hospital He died a short time later Moran who said he had been as sociated with Mack for 18 years declared the dying comedian whose Negro dialect phrases were once bywords of the country kept mut tering The end is here pal Mack born in White Cloud Kans Nov 22 1SS7 obtained his first vaudeville chance from Alexander Pantages in Seattle more than 25 years ago He had previously been a baseball player streetcar con ductor and electrician Bound for Hollywood The automobile party Moran said was enroute from New York to Hollywood where he and Mack were planning to engage in motion pictures Moran said he his part ner and Miss Mack were in the back seat when a rear tire of the machine blew out and it turned over Mrs Mack was kept under ob servation at the hospital for an in jured back which physicians said was not serious The others in the party went to a hotel after receiv ing emergency treatment NOTICE Packing House Workers meeting will be at the K C Hall in place of the Monroe School 8 oclock tonight Rudy Vallee Upheld by New York Court NEW YORK Jan 12 unanimous decision upholding Rudy Vallee was handed clown by the Ap pellate division of the supreme court today in denying Pay Webb Vallee an injunction to prevent Vallee from suing her for divorce In Mexico SENATE ACTION PAINS FRENCH Officials Hopeful House Will Vote Against New Rap at Defaulters PARIS Jan 12 United States senates vote to prohibit Americana from buying bonds of debt defaulting nations made a painful impression on French gov ernment circles today Officials were represented as tjopeful that the house of represen tatives would vote against the till Government circles insisted that the breakdown ot the AngloAmer ican debt negotiations made it im possible for the French government to raise the debt issue again in par liament pending some new develop ment Thrown From Buffgv Killed MOUNT PLEASANT Jan 12 UP Stulcerjuergen 10 was Itilled when thrown from a buggy while returninghome from school yesterday Sponsor Two Events EMMETSBURG Jan lo cal Knights of Columbus chapter is sponsoring two events A cribbage tournament started this week with 16 players entered and a trap shoot at Ayrshire ou the gun club grounds there Sunday Winners in the first round of the cribbage tourney were Thomas Nolan T R Martin Charles Spies and Joseph Laughlln Injured in Explosion DUBUQUE Jan 12 cians are doubtful of restoring the sight of Paul Johnson 53 city wa terworks supervisor who was in jured when a delayed dynamite ex plosion in a CWA project went off CASH ONLY ton Ontervlllej KY NUT W KY LUMP SO ILL LUMP Franklin County ton ton ton Bros Phono 1118 Stop In and See the Beautiful New ReflectorType Lamps YOULL find lamps of charm lamps of distinction lamps that will help protect the eyes of young and old alike Youll find lamps equipped with both the direct and indirect lighting features When the reflector lamp is used for reading sewing or other close work the light is cast down When the lamp is used for bridge playing or general illumination the light is thrown upon the ceiling then reflected downward in a soft even shadowless glow Youll never fully appreciatethe advantages of the reflector type lamp until you have enjoyed it for a few evenings in your home Call tomorrow and ask to have a reflector lamp delivered for a free trial There is no obligation Better Light FREE TRIAL will gladly lonn reflector lumps tor bridge parties or other occasions Better Sight on conrenicnt terms Plalcd bnses Ju chrome black cop gold nnd lirnss SilXi liarehmenf and mfca shades Did You Know It it were possible to sell gas and electricity at the plant in little packages fhe cost would be much less But gas and elec tricity cant be handled that way Gas and electricity must be available instantly nt all tlmea When a button IB pressed or a Talve la turned there can be no delay To provide this service a tre mendous investment and ceaae Icss vigilance are required Approved appliances nniy also be purchased from odicr reliable dealers In this community PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC   

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