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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 12, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas nonn towns MILL DAILY PAPER W Edited for the Home HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPEB THAT MARES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPV ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED W11U9 SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 12 1934 I PAPER CONSISTS OF TV SECTION ONE NO 132 Message on Debts Left F R About Through With His Share in Session BYRNS URCES DEFEAT OF BONUS By HERBERT FLUMMER ASHINGTON March 12 While the speed which character ized the special session of the present congress hardly has been matched in this session President Roosevelt never theless has just about completed his end of the job Within two months of the session he had all but outlined his entire legisla tive program to congress Only his message on war debts remains His two messages dealing with changes in the tariff law and inde pendence for the Philippines sent up the same day went far toward cleaning the executive slate But congress is further from the end of its job and any forecast of adjourn ment at this time is extremely spec ulative The house with its strict rules can do a tremendous lot of work in a short while but in the senate its a different story Tariffs Call For Talks Mr Roosevelts request for au thority to make reciprocal trade agreements is certain to provoke un told hours of debate The tariff never fails to unleash senatorial ton gues Something like a year was re quired to dispose of the SmootHaw ley bill While a repetition of that historic legislative battle is improbable the proposal that the president be given the power to negotiate tariff treat ies without senatorial concurrence ia something the senate may not agree to without a struggle There are other questions before the request on ratification of the St Lawrence wa terways treaty hasnt been complied with yet Action is yet to be taken on recommendations for the regula tion of stock exchanges And there are others Measures Enacted Progress has been made however even if much remains to be done Although the session is but two months old three major relief laws requested by the president have been enacted Work has been done en other suggestions still pending Probably the most important measure passed thus far in the ses sion was that resulting In devalua tion of the gold dollar The civil works program and other forms of emergency relief have been provided for with a 5950 000000 appropriation and the prin cipal as well as interest on an au thorized two billion dollar bond is sue for refunding mortgages on farms has been guaranteed Man Goes to Chair for Kidnaping and Killing School Boy COLUMBIA S Car March 12 H Wiles was electro cuted just before dawn today at state penitentairy here for kidnap ing and killing Hubbard H Harris Columbia school boy The 49 year old mechanic went to hi3 death with a hymn on his lips after mak ing a full confession and taking sole responsibility for the crime Administration Wins Victories in Iowa Senate FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Mon day night and Tuesday slight ly warmer in east portion Mon day night MINNESOTA Generally fair Monday night and Tuesday slightly warmer Monday night colder Tuesday afternoon In ex treme northwest LOCAL STATISTICS GiobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Maximum Sunday 36 Minimum in Night 26 At 8 A M Monday 39 Figures for like period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday 28 Minimum in Night 10 March weather at its best was brought into existence in north Iowa Sunday en the lap of a south wind The temperature rise which got un der way Sunday continued briskly through Monday By noon the mercury had risen to 65 degrees a new high mark for 1934 AMENDMENTS TO STATE NRA BILL AREVOTEDDOWN Two Patterson Proposals Rejected by Margin of 24 to 24 DES MOINES March 12 Administration forces scored two victories today in the state senates partisan battle over the NRA com pliance bill Solid democratic strength with the assistance of a loae republican vote succeeded in defeating two amendments to the bill which had narrowly survived setbacks in the upper branch last Saturday Both amendments proposed by Senator George Patterson R of Burt lost by a 24 to 24 vote Sena tor Homer Hush R of Essex joined with 23 democratic members in opposing the changes Amendment Rewarded One amendment would have pro vided that nothing in the proposed act should be construed to prevent a producer of perishable products from varying his prices as much as necessary to move them and prevent them from being destroyed The other as filed originally stated that under no circumstances shall a right to trial by jury be de nied a person accused of violating the act It was reworded to provide thata defendant shall be ot fact of the bill contended thatboth amendments wererunnec essary and branded the first propos ed change in particular an un friendly amendment Another Brought Up Another important amendment filed by several republican senators would provide that the act shall not become operative until the prices of agricultural products have reached prewar levels It was considered at the afternoon session Consideration of the NRA bill last remaining piece of major legis lation held up plans for adjourn ment of the special session The house did not meet until afternoon and then marked time on the senate and disposed of re ine matters Has Narrow Escape The NRA bill which seeks to put state enforcement behind the NRA codes as they apply to intrastate business avoided defeat Saturday by narrow margins in the face of strong republican opposition A mo tion to table received a margin of the ballots but the bill obtained new life when the presiding officer ruled that a twothirds vote was necessary Next it skinned through when an I attempt was made to have it killed for the session through indefinite postponement In urging his perishable products amendment today Senator Patter son read a telegram to a Spencer businessman regarding prices and said this ought to show what we are up against in this matter Asked to Raise Price The Spencer merchant was asked to raise his price on baby chicks and told that if he did not do so in vestigators and accountants would be sent to his establishment to make a check as to compliance with an AAA code according to the telegram This is an attempt to destroy a Turn to Page 2 Column 6 PRISON ESCAPE ATTEMPT FOILED Homemade Guns Used by 3 San Quentin Convicts Prisoner Slain SAN QUENTIN PRISON Cal March 12 home made guns three desperate convicts at tempted a daring escape from the prison here today but were frus trated by guards after many shots had been fired and oae prisoner killed The attempted escape was led by Ethan A McNab guards said Wil liam Bagley and Lewis H Downs were the others seeking to scale the walls The prisoner accidentally slain when McNabs gun went off was John Hubert Arbuckle 20 San Ber nardino FREIGHTERS CREW SAVED IN DRAMATIC RESCUE The crew of the freighter Con cordia was rescued in dramatic fashion after the boat had been rammed and sunk by the steamer Black Eagle in a fog near Sable Island in the graveyard of the Atlantic Above picture of life boat taken by R O Crossley member of the stricken ships crew shows members of the Con cordia crew rowing toward the Black Eagle and safety At right Capt Allan Murray of the Con cordia thanks Capt Thomas Kel ley left of the Black Eagle for saving his crew of 61 men As sociated Press 5 Bandits Shoot Chief of Police in Bank Holdup Lost 2 Banks of and Take 9 Employes as Hostages ATCHISON Kans March 12 UCI machine gun bandits rob bedd the Exchange National and Exchange State banks of approxi mately 521000 here today shot and wounded Chief of Police Willard Linville and fled with nine bank em ployes as hostages all of whom were released later Ed Iverson cashier of the Ex change State bank was beaten on the head during the holdup and fell from the robbers car as it sped out of the city He suffered a frac tured skull The two banks associate insti tutions are located in the same building Hostages Released Miss Addie Mattocks Miss Mary Low and George Wolf assistant ca shier of the Exchange National bank were the last of the hostages freed They were released miles south of here Chief Linville who had been warned the robbery was in progress was struck down by a burst of ma chine gun fire across the street from the bank He had attemptd to draw his gun Six bullets hit him and his condition was reported cri tical Knock Off took The bandits who forced entrance to the bank by knocking the lock off a side door waited inside as em ployes arrived A porter Sara Over street got a glimpse of the strang ers from the outside and telephoned a warning to police To protect themselves the ban dits lined up nine persons on the runningboard of their car They had Iversca Hugh Cavanaugh Ed Mattocks John Baker Miss Ger trude Weinman Miss Mattocks Pat Hanscn Wolfe and Miss Low jealousy Blamed in Bombing of Rooming House at Sioux City SIOUX CITY March 12 lice today were investigating al leged jealousy between proprietors of rival rooming houses which they believed led to the bombing yester day cf a rooming operated by Mrs Myrtle Orcutt here Win dows in the house were shattered by what police believe was a black powder bomb No one was injured It was the third bombing here in four months and the second within a week Report Doug Are Near Reconcilation Differences lij Patched Up Over Telephone Copyright 1034 by The Associated 1rcss LONDON March Fairbanks Sr and his wife Mary Pickford have practically patched up all their differences and are near a reconciliation the Associated Press learned from indisputable sources today Fairbanks and Miss Pickford have talked over transAtlantic telephone within the last few days with the result that their reunion on the old basis of married life is practically assured It is just a matter of time now the Associated Press informant said but reconciliation will require months Flans to Return Fairbanks is planning to return to the United States in two or three soon as he has finished a picture making contract in Europe Hollywoods most famous couple may reunite as soon as he lands but it seems more likely that it will be two months after that be fore they are rejoined The couple would be reunited to day if the divorce action of Lord Ashley against his Fairbanks as not intervened causing an unfore seen delay The authority for the fact that Fairbanks and his wife will soon be reunited said Better Than Ever It may surprise you to know that the Ashley incident only caused strained relations for two days The first fury quickly sub sided and now the situation is even better than it was then Doug and Mary always kept in touch with each other although there were lng periods without communication While the terms of the settle ment were not stated Doug appar ently has given up his plans that he and Mary should quit working His work here is expected to satis fy her but both will keep making movies To Return to Screen NEW YORK March 12 TVRe fusingto discuss London reports that she and Doug Fairbanks haci patched up their difficulties Mary Pickford announced today that she expected to return to Hollywood and pictures within a week or ten days I am very sorry but I have noth ing to say Miss Pickford asserted I am goinghome to Hollywood in a eek or ten days to continue in pictures She made this statchent In the lobby of the SherryNetherland ho tel where she has been staying She looked happy 120 JAPANESE SAILORS LOST Torpedo Boat Newest Ship in Navy Capsizes Off Coast TOKIO March 12 newest scorpion of the seas th Tomozuro a torpedo boat with ai armament greater than most ship twice her size was wrecked mys teriously today with the probabl loss of 120 men The navy declined to describe th disaster immediately but it was al most certain that the Tomozur had capsized off the Sasebo nava base in heavy weather The ministry announced the shi had been found after being missini since early morning badly dam aged and drifting many of th crew believed drowned Ship Heavily Armed The vessel of 527 tons was re garded as carrying one of th heaviest armaments ever conceive for a ship her size It was reported that on her fata trip in connection with maneuver off the naval base she carried 12 officers and above he normal complement The navy office said rescue forts are proceeding but made n mention of any survivors Contac with the Tomozuru was lost earl today Completed in February The Tomozuru was completed on Feb 26 It is a new type outsid the range of the limits of the Lon don naval treaty because the ton nage is less than 600 The Japanese recently complete three such ships It is undarstoo 18 others are building or projecte carrying three fiveinch gun and considered equal in fightin power to older and smaller destroj ers It had been reported that vesse of the Tomozuru class were fitte with special apparatus to preven capsizing 105 Lives Lost Special study of this proble was given impetus after the destroj er Sawarabi capsized Dec 5 19 off the coast of Formosa with th loss of 105 lives The Tomozuru was regarded a triumph of Japanese naval arch lecture her class representing hope of effectively increasing th nations sea power outside the cat gories limited by the treat It was understood the disast was a source of deepest disappoin ment to the Japanese high com mand A rigid inquiry was co sidered certain 515 VOTES ARE CAST IN SCHOOL LECTION HERE ontest for Board Places and Bond Proposition Adds Interest The school election in Mason City londay was attracting mild attcn on with more than 500 votes cast y oclock in the afternoon A contest for the positions on the oard and the submission of two chool financing propositions creat d more interest than has been evi ent in school elections here for ears Compared with the state ional or even city elections how ver the voting was a quiet affair Monday afternoon the following umber of ballots had been cast in ach ward voting place rirstadministration building 148 Second courthouse221 Third Lapiner garage 145 Fourth Crystal Lake company JS Total51 Candidates Named The candidates are R E Robert son R E Wiley and Tracy Stevens running for reelection and W H Griebling and R O Dale members of the labor ticket The first of the two propositions submitted to the voters asks ap jroval of a plan to issue bonds for 575000 on condition 530000 addi ional can be obtained under CWA grant for the reconstruction of th qarfieldjicbpoland other building rf Asked to Raise PropositionNo 2 asks the vote to specify whether he would favo the levymff of a schoolhouse tax t raise in event the schoo district is unable to get the CWA grant The polls which opened at oclock in the morning will close a 7 oclock in the evening Utah Rocked by 2 Quakes Schools Shut Shock Splits Walls of Building at State Farm School SALT LAKE CITY March 12 1 sharp earthquake shook this city at a m mountain ime today After the second shock schools n this city were ordered closed as a recautionary measure School offi cials said none of the schools was iamaged except cracking of plaster but the students were dismissed to prevent possible loss of life should a more severe tremor occur The first quake shortly after S a m stopped clocks swayed tall buildings and broke a few windows Structure Is Abandoned LOGAN Utah March 12 The earthquake which rumbled through northern Utah shortly after S a m today split the walls of the home economics building at the Utah State agricultural college here and officials of the school said the structure would be abandoned The chimney of the economics building fell with a roar President E G Peterson of the school report ed and the students already as sembled for early classes fled to the campus Dr Peterson said the threestory economics building was an old structure and the split walls would make unsafe its future use The plaster was split in other buildings on the campus but the dainagteswcis only alight Dr Peter HOUSE VOTES TO TAKE UP ACT BY 313104 BALLOT Vote Over TwoThirds Enough to Override VetobyFR WASHINGTON March 12 In a final attempt to block pass age of the bonus bill Representative Byrns the democratic leader told the house today that the president feels the measure strikes at the very heart of his recovery pro gram By more than a twothirds that necessary to override a presi dential house today ap proved immediate consideration of the Patman cash bonus bill The roll call vote was 313 to 104 Immediate consideration of the 52200000000 measure got under way after it was agreed that two hours of debate be equally divided between the proponents and oppon ents All Know Result RepresentativeFish R N Y i controlled the opposing hour and Representative Patman D Tex that for those who favor paying the bonus with United States notes Everybody knows what the re sult is going to be and we might as well do it here and now said Can non D The only reason this debate is wanted is because some members want to get their names in the con gressional record tomorrow A white house veto has been promised if the legislation is eru son said 1 Strike Breaker Killed 9 Wounded in Clash in Havana HAVANA March 12 strike breaker was killed and nine wounded in a clash between strik ers and strike breakers on the Ward line docks today It was the first serious incident on the water front since the dockworkers strike began Since Friday strikebreak ers protected by soldiers had been laboring as stevedores Too Great Economy on Schools Scored MOUNT VERNON March 12 HP Supt A B Gximes of Monticello told the schools superintendents conference here that the govern ment must realize that education is one of its most important func tions He attacked what he termed a backward step in the school sys tem in adopting an economy pro gram MAN ARRESTED IN ADLER CASE Reported to Have Confessed Part in Attempt to Kidnap lowan SCHOOL IS FIRED BY RADICAL MOB Civil Guards Arrive in Time to Save Children and Arrest 2 Men MADRID March 12 laborers set fire to a Catholic kin dergarten full of children today but civil guards arrived in time to stop the attack save the children and arrest two of the mob mem bers The children were thrown into a panic The furnishings of the school in the Concepcion district were con siderably damaged The attack on the school was one of several outbreaks of violence dur ing the day in connection with strikes called by radicals Guards went into action several times when extremists stoned streei cars They dispersed several groups in handtohand battles when at tempts were made to overturn streetcars in the Las Dentas ana Diago Leon districts Several wert arrested The streetcar battles were the first serious disturbances in the strikes RACINE Wis March 12 George Wolf 26 Chicago who po lice said has admitted a part in the attempted kidnaping of E P Adler Davenport banker and publisher in Chicago last month was arrested here tqday by Illinois states attor neys officers Wolf was singled out from 284 residents of a federal relief transient barracks here Dan Moriarity states attorney of ficer who came here from Chicago today with Ed Griffin and Dan Ken cey of the same department said that Wolf had confessed purchasing and boring hoks in the trunk in which Fred Mayo and Jack Lacy had planned to imprison Adler after trapping him in the Morrison hotel Twentyfour hours after his ar rest Mayo hung himself in his cell Wolf also confessed Moriarity said that he had arranged for the truck in which the trio was to move Adler in the trunk from the Chicago hotel Voters Dont Care to Fix Own Tax Rate NEWTON Conn March 12 This business of setting a tax rate apparently isnt so popular with Newton voters When the chairman counted noses at the town meeting called to fix that rate he found there werent enough to constitute a legal quorum A possee of loyal voters went through the town until they rounded up 11 enough to make the meeting legal CCC Worker Killed Near Council Bluffs COUNCIL BLUFFS March 12 from a government truck on which he was riding to work near here today James A Bloodworth 19 Albia suffered a broken neck and was killed instant ly He was the son of Mrs Margar et Bloodworth of Albia acted Todays firstvote on of thswayif from consideration of the bilC came after 20 minutes of debate equally divided between proponents and op ponents Biermnnn Stands Alone The vote was forced by 145 peti tioners It was the culmination of efforts of the veterans bloc to put the house on record and welcomed by many members in the light of this being an election year lowans voting on the motion to bring the bonus bill before the house for consideration were Democrats for Gillette Jacobsen Wearui and Willford Republicans for Dowel GUchrist and Thurston Democrats against Biermann Hearings on Airmail Both senate and house postoffice committees heard objections today to parts of the administration legis lation to reorganize the airmail ser vice permanently In the house Representative Kelly R Pa said the bill would continue the proposition that caused all our trouble He referred to a provision to pay carriers by space available for mail In the senate Senator Logan D Ky objected to provisions Tiim to Pace 2 Column 2 14 Japanese Slam in Battle With Bandits TOKIO March 12 Japanese soldiers including two officers were killed Saturday in a fierce battle between Japanese troops and 500 bandits in Manchu kuo an official communique re vealed today Beauty Hints May Select Jessup Successor in April IOWA CITY March 12 state board of education probably will not begin consideration of a successor to President Walter A Jessup of the State University of Iowa until April George T Baker president of the board said Bandit Fostoffice RED OAK March 12 lone bandit held up Orville Blade post office cashier robbed him of be tween and and escaped after locking Blade in a vault rE saying that beauty is but skin deep is but a skin deep saying according to Ruskin and every beauty specialist and every woman knows it is true Beauty is deeply rooted in the general health and all beauty has its beginnings in a healthy body aud its accompany ing condition a happy mind But there are many things every woman can do to preserve and to enhance the gifts with which nature has endowed her The GlobeGazette of fers its readers a booklet Beauty Hints Inclose 6 cents in coin to cover cost and postage Use coupon Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Frederic J ILiskin Director Washington D C I enclose six cents in carefully wrapped for booklet Beauty the Street State Mail to Washington D   

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