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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 28, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FEBRUARY 28 1934 MAY AGREE TO GERMAN ARMS France Considers Plan That Would Keep Her Present Strong Army PARIS Feb 28 Gaston Doumergue is considering acceptance of Chancellor Hitlers demand for a moderate rearmament of Germany under an agreement en titling France to retain its present strong army it was learned today This would give France a definite arms superiority unless the world changes its mind and decides to dis arm The French limit is understood to include a new defense force pro gram mapped today by Doumer guea little war cabinet composed of Marshal Henri Potato General Al bert Denain and Francois Pietri ministers of war air and navy re spectively An arms accord stating the lim its each county will go is under discussion in Paris London and Rome Dies Near Sladlson DOUGHERTY Word was re ceived here of the death of James H Lalor at his home near Madison Wis He was a brother of Richard Lalor of this place Daughter Is Born girl was born Feb 22 to Sir and Mrs August Fistler Approved by the beatphyBidznathelargeit celling digeative tablet in AmericzBellans is perfectly harmless ytt gives prompt relief even in severecases SixBellans Hotwater Sure Relief Since 1897 Trial is proalZSc BELLANS FOR INDIGESTION 3 Piece Suits EASTER in only 4 weeks from next Sunday Better come In order your New Suit and be ready to join the Easter j3undayparade See KAPS for perfectfitting suit OTTO CAPS Taflor 8 South Delaware Mason City PUYI PREPARES TO ASCEND THRONE Continued From rase 1 tinct contribution to the peace of Asia and to the welfare of the peo ple Draws Contrast In substantiation of this conten tion the 28 year old emperor desig nate drew a contrast between condi tions in Manchukuo and in China proper He asserted that 20 years of re publican rule in China has brought the people of that unhappy country only disunity poverty suffering corruption disorder and continued civil strife But the statement continued two years of benevolent rule in Manchukuo based on the wise lib eral doctrines of Confucius has brought happiness peace security well being and new life to this na tions 30000000 inhabitants WU1 Issue Statement NANKING China Feb 28 The national governments foreign office announced today that upon the occasion of the enthronement of Henry PuYi as emperor of Man chukuo tomorrow it will issue a statement saying the Chinese gov ernments attitude in regard to non recognition of Manchukuo remains unchanged This latest developmentin Jap anese aggression in Manchuria a spokesman said will not alter the nationalist governments stand Threat of Strike in Nash Plant Adds to Wisconsin Troubles MILWAUKEE Feb 28 threat of a strike at the headquar ters plant of the Nash Motor com pany in Kenosha was added today to labor troubles which involve a half dozen industries of eastern Wisconsin Nash plant workers In Kenosha voted last night to strike immedi ately but agreed to delay 24 hours to give James Mullenbeck Chicago a member of the regional labor board on opportunity to effect a settlement There are 2200 workers in the plant Mayor Kelly Opens Drive to Halt Sale of Inferior Liquor CHICAGO Feb 28 cagoans are being sold the wrong spirits says Mayor Edward J Kelly He has opened a campaign to stop tho sale of inferior spirits being re tailed in violation of the state li quor control law The police were ordered to start making purchases package whisky in all dispensing places for testing by the city health depart ment Condition Is Unchanged condition of A J Simons remains about the same as that of the past week He is seri ously ill Im simply thrilled by my shiny new refin ished them myself too with the ELECTRIC SANDER from Boomhower Hardware The sander is so simple to operate that anyone can re iinish the floors in their home with excellent the cost is surprisingly low We also rent the Johnsons Electric Waxer EXTRA SPECIAL 7Q ALL PURPOSE I I VARNISH per gal 1 KINDLING FOB SALE BOOMHOWER HARDWARE US North Federal Avc Phone 142 Did You Know TEXACO FIRECHIEF IS The Most Advertised Most Widely Distributed Fastest Selling Gasoline In America Did you know that we have a new very attrac tive contract for both 100 and split account dealers PHONE WRITE THE TEXAS CO MASON CITY IOWA WRECK OF AIR LINER WHERE IOWANS DIED CITIZENS HELP HUNT FOR BAND Man and Wife and Boy Walk Into Ambush at Home Two Slain WELLINGTON Colo Feb 28 UK citizens formed posses oday to seek members of a robber band which killed a man and boy and wounded a woman Sheriff George Saunders who iad he was holdingthree persona and seekingtwo more declared we know who did It Mr and Mrs Clifford Smith and lobert Griffin 16 who lived with he Smiths walked into an ambush ast night when they returned home attending a school play As they entered the darkened armhouse Mrs Smith said a burst jf rifle fire hit them Smith who was 35 yeara old died instantly as did the boy Mrs Smith turned to flee and was shot In the back Feigning death she saw the men pour kero sene on the bodies as though to jurn them Then she screamed and the killers fled Sheriff Saunders says he is hold ng a man and a boy named Hererra ind a man named Pacheco He said he believed the killers had been sur prised In the act of robbing the nouse Twenty miles cast of Salt Lake City Utah this party of rescuers came upon the wreck of this plane In the daep snow of the mountains only to find the five passengers and crew of three dead It Is believed the plane brushed against a knoll In the murky darkness Three lowans Marcellas Zinsmaster Des Molnes Evnld W Bergjund Boone and Bert McLaughlln Perry were killed Centra Press THREE QUIZZED IN BIG ROBBERY Unarmed Bank Messenger Is Slain in Holdup KANSAS CITY Feb 28 woman and two men were ques tioned for hours today In a 207294 robbery in which an unarmed bank messenger was shot through the heart Detective Chief T J Higglns said witnesses had identified one of the men but he declined to say which it was The prisoners are Sam De caro Joe Martino and Decaros wife The detective chief said Decaro had admitted that he killed a man here In 1922 because he slapped me Webster Kemner 29 assistant teller for the Commerce Trust corn pan was stopped on a downtown street yesterday by two men One of them shot the unresisting teller de spite the fact that he offered no re sistence The men picked up his satchel containing cash and securities and fled in a small car believed to have been driven by a woman A fourth robber had held Doyle Swofford bank guard at bay during the rob bery The crime was executed so swiftly that a traffic officer 30 yards away did not know about it until too late A dozen passersby saw the cold blooded killing Bank officials said only 3900 of the loot is readily convertible The rest Is registered or nonnegotiable bonds THREE BULGARIAN REDS IN MOSCOW Expelled by Germany After Acquitted of Firing Reichstag MOSCOW Feb 28 UP The three Bulgarian communists ac quitted of firing the German reicbs tag building In Berlin and expelled from Germany yesterday morning arrived here by airplane early last evening Several thousand cheering Rus sians greeted them at the snow covered airport The Dimit roff Wassil Taneff and Blagol Pop were made Russian citi zens while yet in jail in Berlin were cheered by names Some of the cheers that were heard were Hurray for Dimltroff Long live the red front Hail the world revolution A milling mob of enthusiasts all but crushed the smiling men when they alighted from the trimotored plane Everythingis well Dtmltroff cried in Russian as he descended Into the arma of the crowd His shout brought renewed cheer ing and he was hoisted on to the shoulders of high officials of the communist international while a band blared out the Internationale SUITS nJ TOPCOATS 20 25 31 COMPARE r ABEL SON INC JOHN W DAVIS RAPS NEW DEAL Former Democrat Candidate for President States His Views NEW YORK Feb 28 Vf Davis democratic presidential candidate In 1924 has broken his silence on the subject of the pres ent administration with a criticism of the new deal His comment was made at the invitation of the Foreign Policy as sociation and the World Peace foundation which made public last week a pamphlet written for them by Secretary of Agriculture Henry A Wallace entitled America Must Choose In it the secretary Invited dispassionate discussion of the choice of economic nationalism in ternationalism or a middle course but declared whatever the course a certain degree of regimented opinion is necessary Not Fully Paid The farmer who raises more than he can sell suffers in not be ing fully paid for his efforts said Davis in a letter to the association To avoid this the government steps in and pays him in advance so that he may escape the danger of unre quited toil All that has happened in the end is the one mans burden has been shifted to another mans back As a permanent policy it is obviously unthinkable The law of supply and demand cannot be thwarted by govern mental pricefixing or even by ex periments with the currency Those who bite on that rock are sure to break their teeth Wisdom in gov ernment I submit consists in dis covering the natural laws and fol lowing them not in devising hasty expedients whereby they may be circumvented Expects No Miracles I do not look for miracles to save us or hope for gold at the foot of the rainbow I have more faith in the prosaic process of following paths marked out by reason com monsense and the past experience of mankind This translates in my opinion into terms among others of less restraint on human activity not more Wallace in his pamphlet frankly stated that the administration is sparring with the situation until the American people are ready to face the facts No Chance to Turn Bock We are well aware he contin ued that our present machinery for production adjustment may not be at all like the machinery we shall have to design and operate for the longer future But we are now fated for grave adjustments with no chance to turn back Whether we take economic na tionalism internationalism or com promise on a middle course a stead fast national allegiance to any fixed course requires a certain degree of regimented opinion Iowa Experiences Relief From Cold Wave of Past Week With a continued rise in tempera ture predicted for Thursday Iowa on Wednesday wsa experiencing re lief from the cold wave of the past week From below zero tempera tures the mercury had risen until it showed a 10 degree minimum dur ing Tuesday night and was climbing steadily Wednesday Waterloo re ported a minimum of 9 above Daughter Is Born and Mrs Clif ford Johnson are parents of a daughter born at their home In Tl tonka WEIR EXPLAINS STAND ON NRA All Right for Temporary Measure Says Head of Steel Firm PITTSBURGH Feb 28 he eve of an expected labor board order directing a new industrial election in his plants Ernest T Weir chairman of the national steel corporation and champion of the in dustrialists described his position n Americas economic recovery irogram before the engineers soci ety of western Pennsylvania The 59 year old steel magnate told 600 engineers who paid apiece for seats at their annual ban iiet last night he is a supporter of he NRA as a temporary measure but a balloon refies the laws of jravity for a period then falls after ts gas is gone Recommending mature thought before embarkment on a new econo mic course Weir attacked the short er hour program of the by asking If a 30hour week gives more persons work why not a 20 hour week or less which would give even more employment Answering this he continued Personally I think our efforts should be toward enabling people to buy more to consume more to share more in profits rather than to produce less I think a dose of castor oil is a good thing once In a while but one cannot live on it Quest From Wisconsin SHEFFIELD Byron Webster New Richmond Wis Is visiting al the C ii Kammcler home this week Dubuque Voters to Decide on Manager Plan on Thursday Feb 28 of Dubuque will decide at a special election Thursday if the manager lan of government is to be retained or discarded in favor of the Ward system of government which existed here prior to 1920 when the man ager form was established The manager plan has the sup ort of the Good Government eague Those opposed to It have carried on their campaign under the name of the Citizens Progressive eague Supporters of the manager plan point to term 14 years of efficient honest public service without politics and graft Foes of he plan allege that it is expensive and not a democratic form of gov ernment JOHNSON GIVEN WHAT HE ASKED Plenty of Complaints and Suggestions About NRA Are Offered WASHINGTON Feb 28 Gen Hugh S Johnson has what he asked for a lot of complaints and suggestions about NRA Amongthe statements voiced a meetings called to talk over th recovery movement are these That NRA boosts costs That the small businessman should be protected better That cutthroat competition not sufficiently outlawed That some codes tend towarc monopoly That some codes overlap That the maximum work week should be 30 hours That unconstitutional acts are committed under NRA That union men are discriminate against In some cases and workers exploited by employers That women should be permitted to continue Industrial home work That industrial home work should be abolished Among the prominent people who registered their thoughts with NRA jvere Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt who urged consideration for small book stores and groceries Senator Nye R N who wants small business protected bet ter Norman Thomas socialist leader who wired after a tour There la utter breakdown of NRA enforce ment machinery in all parts of the country I have visited Clubwomen Fail to Detect Way to Know Who Are Gangsters CHICAGO Feb 28 clubwomen who aat on a felony court bench with the Judge to get a closeup of what the modern gang ster looks like made the disappoint ing discovery that for the most part Its hard to distinguish a public enemy from any other mortal Nineteen assorted enemies were arraigned under the vagrancy law but their cases ware continued SENATE DELAYS LIQUOR ACTION Continued Froto Fate 1 approved by the senate was spon sored by Representative McCreery of Linn and Grau of Buena Vista and adopted 55 to 46 Rider Ruled Out Representative Thiessen of Clin ton attempted to attach a rider to the bill increasing the minimum salary for teachers from to monthly but the speaker ruled it out of order as not germaine to the subject Representative Craven said that his amendment was a compromise while Representative Speldel of Washington told the members he thought the salary question should go over until the 1935 regular ses sion Charges that the president of the deputy county officials state asso ciationwas responsible for the bill were made by Representative Roe of Allamakee who contended that the deputies were reducd only on an avrage of 15 per cent Representative Durant of Han cock endeavored to table the bill and its amendments but the proposal was defeated 37 to 64 Conservation Plan Fund The appropriation of for use by the state board of conserva tion is to be used for materials and acquisition of land for continuing the work under the conservation program in which the civilian con servation corps workers are em ployed The bill which was sponsored by Senators Schmidt and Chrystal was immediately messaged over to the house for further consideration Senate speakers favoring the pro posal said that it would advance the conservation program by sev eral years and also would result in probable continuance of the 22 CCC camps now maintained in the state by the federal agencies Highway Bill Killed The highway patrol bill another controversial measure encountered death in the house yesterday through the adoption of a motion to table an amendment The house al so refused to reconsider a vote by which it earlier had killed a bill to require continuance of realty mort gage foreclosure actions The house action meant the death of the highway motor patrol bill for this session it generally was con ceded The bill was sent to the table on motion of Representative Goode of Davis who moved to table an amendment by Representative Mit chell of Webster placing the ap pointive power of the patrolmen in the hands of the governor instead of the motor vehicle department The speaker explained that adoption of the amendment carried the bill with it but the Goode proposal car ried by a 58 to 40 vote Patrol Force of SS The bill as originally drafted pro vided for a patrol force of 38 men whose duty it would have been to enforce the motor vehicle laws The house fought over the measure for more than a day and it was not un til late yesterday that it was sent to the kill pile Ths lower branch likewise an attempt to resuscitate the mea sure requiring to grant a continu ance on realty mortgage foreclosure actions when the defendant is not in default in pleading or appearance The bill also would have permitted the court to allocate the rents taxes and Interest Refuse To Reconsider The death knell was sounded when the members by a vote of 53 to 47 refused to reconsider the vote by which the bill was defeated last week when it received a vote of 51 to It requires a constitutional majority of 55 to reconsider or pass a measure in the house Proponents of the motion to re consider argued that the bill took no authority from the court but per mitted the owner another year in which to meet his obligations point ing to increasing prices of farm products as giving the farmers more motley Opponents however contended that the granting of further leeway on mortgage foreclosures would im pair credit and that the state hcd gone the limit in helping eliminate foreclosures Four Members of Family of Six Burn to Death in House ROME Ga Feb 28 Four nembers of a family of six were lurned to death here late last night n a fire which firemen believed re sulted from an attempt to thaw out rozen water pipes J W Naish a cotton mill work r two daughters Helen 18 and jouise 14 and a son George 12 lied in the flames Mrs Naish and another daughter lona 22 were not hurt Firemen said the Naish family had attempted to thaw out the water ipes with a fire and they believed he fire started a blaze inside a wall which was not discovered before the amily retired Former Pilots of Airmail Invited to Fly Mail for Army CHICAGO Feb 28 airmail pilots have been invited to fly the mail for the army Lieut Col Horace M Hickam commanding the central airmail zone with headquarters here said ast night the offer conforms with the policy of President Roosevelt He stated the first priority would w given to the application of expor enced airmail pilots who lost their obg since Feb 1 then to those with recent airmail experience and third jrlority to others in the order of heir experience The offer includes officers of the reserve corps Home After Funerat MELTONVILLB Mrs John Tiara and son returned home from southern Iowa where they attend ed her stepmothers funeral DOUMERGUE HAS HIS OPPOSITION 2 Efforts Made in Chamber to Overturn One Man French Rule PARIS Feb 28 Doumergues slow approach to one man rule in Prance stirred bitter op position In the chamber of deputies today Two efforts were made to balk his authority Discontent on the part of the so cialists caused the chamber to re fer back to committee the 71 year old premiers plan to get dictatorial tariff powers In Rebellious Mood Then the chamber in a rebellious mood reinstated the 10 per cent tax on foreign labor which the govern ment had opposed as contrary to treaties The tax wouia fce levied on the wages of all foreigners who have lived less than 10 years in France Asks Full Powers The premier had asked full pow ers to change authority similar to that granted him recent ly to effect government economies by decree without obtaining parlia mentary approval Such authority was voted the gov ernment by the chambers tariff committee Todays moves in the chamber marked the first real show of oppo sition to what many observers have interpreted as a quiet movement by Doumergue toward accumulating dictatorial powers Ask Chicago Police to Aid in Hunt for Two Missing Girls CHICAGO Feb 28 po lice have been requested to search for Harjorie Swift 18 granddaugh ter of the late George B Swift for mer mayor of Chicago and a com panion Mary Dickinson 16 The girls were reported missing since Sunday from the Jennings seminary for girls at Aurora 111 Informed that the girls were later seen in hiking costume relatives ex pressed belief they were taking a vacation No Bonded Indebtedness DECORAH Feb of the four counties of the state of Iowa with no bonded indebtedness is Win neshiek This excepts primary road bonds which are to be retired through the sale of gasoline and mo tor vehicle tax receipts 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