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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 22, 1934, Mason City, Iowa ivvruiiuwas JfRA DAILY PAPER W Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PKZJSS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MARCH 22 1934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS NO 141 L No Signs of Session End White House at Sea Just as Much as Leaders By HERBERT PLTJMMER ASHINGTOJS March 22 The white hous apparently is a much at sea as 1 when congres will wind up bus iness in the pres ent session as ar the leaders o capitol hill A recent sug gestion t h a democratic leac era had intimate if the Fletcher Rayburn bill t regulate th stock market be comes too in volved in its leg islative journey it might be side tracked for this session was com municated to the white house The response was that it woul be better to wait and see since n one seemed to know at this dat how long the session will last Senator Vandenberg of Michigai was questioning a representative of the department of agriculture on administration proposals for estab lishing domestic sugar production quotas to prevent expansion of the industry Michigan is the third beet sugar producing state Beet Story Killed After he had maneuvered his wit ness into a strategic position hi produced a news release issued from the department of interior tell ing how public funds had been al lotted for a beet sugar project in one of the western states There seems to be a lack of co operation here dont you think asked Vandenberg Whether this was the reason or not a short time later a mandatory kill of the news release was laid down on the desks of Washington correspondents It wasnt the fault of Senator Hastings of Delaware chairman o the republican senatorial elections vfc democratic shooters who undertook to chide Sim for criticizing the administra tions recovery program He did his best to come to Fess assistance but couldnt quite make it His repeated attempts to get in the fray got no further than a mere Series of Mr President Hell on the Wiibash Representative Grays threat that there will be hell on the Wabash If former Senator Jim Watson at tempts to dislodge him from his seat in the house in the coming elec tions is no idle one The tall angular Indiana con gressman is what is known on the hill as a recurrent member He served in the sixtysecond six tythird and sixtyfourth congresses Then followed a lapse of many years from 1917 to 1932 when he came back as a member of the present congress Mr Watson says Gray is a good man and a great campaigner But he adds I have some lit tle qualifications in that line my self Iowa Liquor Stores Not Likely to Open Until First of June DES MOINES March 22 Some clerical workers for the state liquor control commission are ex pected to be put to work within the next several weeks although it probably will be about the first of June before state stores will be opened members of the commission Said today Clarence McClurg Spencer per sonnel director for the commission has begun interviewing applicant for positions which will be fillec from lists submitted by the director The commission said that it was doubtful whether any stores can be opened before June LABOR LEADERS AT WHITE HOUSE Wreck of Plane Missing for 20 Months Found HOUSE REFUSES TO BOOST VETS HELP U S PAY Senates Program for Veterans Rejected 220 to 174 WASHINGTON March 22 The house today refused to join the senate in voting higher allowances for war veterans than the adminis tration desires A veto had been promised by President Roosevelt if it approved the higher senate figures The vote rejecting the senates veterans program was 220 to 174 Speaker Rainey voted no Earlier the house by 228 to 164 insisted on restoration of only 10 per cent of cut federal pay by July 1 as opposed to 15 per cent voted by the senate Now Up to Senate The next step will be up to the senate It can concur in the house action or again disagree In the lat er event further efforts would be made by a committee of both branches to adjust the differences A roll call was taken on the pay issue at the request of Represen tative Connery D Mass Senate administration leaders af er a checkup of the situation ex pressed confidence the senate would recede in the final showdown from ts more liberal pay restoration amendments The house ypted to restore 5 per of 5 per centinbre oijJuiy 1 The senate voted for 5percehtas of Feb 1 and the full IS per cent on July 1 Adopt Navy Bill The conference report on the Vin on treaty naval bill was adopted y the house It now goes to the icnate where early favorable ac ion was expected by the leaders It provides for a naval construc ion program of 102 warships and 140 airplanes estimated to cost bout 5580000000 In presenting the report Chair man Vinson DGa of the naval ommittee explained senate and ouse conferees were in accord on 11 points Biggest Since War It is the biggest naval program ndertaken with administration ap roval since the World war It is de gned to build the navy up to the ondon treaty limitations by 1939 A limit of 10 per cent profit on onstruction contracts of 10000 nd above is provided The senate resumed consideration f the Philippine independence bill ith Senator Long DLa sup orting the Dickinson amendment Turn to Page fl Column 2 FOLLIES OF 1929 IN WALLPAPER This was the scene In the million dollar room of the Union League club in Chicago as workmen plastered its walls with now worthless stocks bonds mortgages and other certificates of the 1929 boom era The paperhangers said the certificates made excellent wallpaper As sociated Press 4 Year Old Girl Attacked Wea FORECAST Thursday night and Friday little change in temperature MINNESOTA Cloudy Thurs day night and Friday prob ably occasional snow in central and south portions not quite so cold in extreme cast and eu treme north portions Thursday night and in southeast Friday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 40 Minimum In Night 18 At 8 A M Thursday 21 DROP WATCH FOR SAMUEL INSULL Telescope Gazers at Port Said Weary of Their Long Vigil PORT SAID Egypt March 22 IB Saids legion of telescope gazers weary from long vigils to day were on the verge of abandon ing their watch for the elusive Sam Dogs Caught by Police Tested for Rabies OAKHAM Mass March 22 lunice Dean 4 years old is deat he victim of a ferocious attack b wo terriers The little girl died last night eigh hours after the dogs attacked an mangled her The dogs caught an killed by constables are to be ex amined at a laboratory to determin whether they had rabies Eunice daughter of George Dean traveling salesman rode a little wa with her father yesterday when h started out in his automobile on business trip Then she got out and started t walk back home A little later a passerby George Grimes saw th dogs both Boston Terriers tugging and growling at the girl who laj unconscious He drove them awaj and summoned aid Physicians said the dogs had torn all her clothing away and laceratet her body from head to foot Her father was notified as ht drove through Leominister and po lice furnished him a motorcycle es cort but he failed to reach his daughters bedside before she died uel Insuli Excitement gripped the watchers for a time today after a report spread that the fugitive Chicagoans ship the Maiotis was approaching this gateway to the Suez canal What at first was believed to be the little freighter on which heis seeking some new place of asylum against extradition to the United States proved to be another vessel when it drew near enough for posi tive identification As a result after two more or less sleepless nights of watching many of port au believed Insull was beading for Port Said were about 15 Injured as Taxi Strikers and Police Clash in New York NEW YORK March 22 lence flared anew in New Yorks taxi strike early today after another clash between strikers and police in the theater district At least 15 persons were injured and 14 arrested as the result of disorders in various parts of the city The demonstrations followed re jection by the strikers of an agree ment between their leaders and the operators providing return of the men to work and a plebiscite to de termine the question of union af filiation he had changed his to conclude course Mrs Insull III ATHENS March 22 Samuel Insull whose husband is somewhere at sea presumably iboard the Greek freighter Maiotis took to her bed today She was reported to be ill from he strain attendant upon her hiis ands departure from his 18 months haven in Greece f State of Iowa Has Record Day of Over Million in Revenue DES MOINES March 22 T The state of Iowa today had 48180 on its treasurers books after a record day in tax collections The million dollars passed through the hands of Comptroller Murtagh who made it a matter of record and turned the money over to State Treasurer Leo Wcgman The collections were divided as follows State motor fuel tax S56S S8057 motor license fees 500000 agriculture taxes and cigaret tax AL SMITH QUITS MAGAZINE POST Believed to Have Differec With His Publisher on Airmail Issue NEW YORK March 22 Former Gov Alfred E Smith formally announced his resignation as editorinchief of the New Out look a fact that became known last night Although the resignation was re ported to have been prompted by a disagreement with Frank A Tiche nor publisher of the magazine over the airmail controversy the former overnor gave pressure of other Justness oblibations as the sole rea son for his retirement from the edi torial post His announcement said the last articles by him appeared in the Harch issue of the magazine and he April issue is being produced without his assistance The former also made public the correspondence between himself and Tichenor which disclosed that he had been considering the matter of the first of the year Although Ticnenor who is inter sted in aviation has been a vigor ms criticof the governments can ellation of the airmail contracts Vew Outlook with Smith at the helm has been silent on the sub ect emanding Removal of Blue Eagle From Weirton Steel Firm WASHINGTON March 22 demand for the removal of the Slue Eagle from the Weirton Steel ompany was laid before W H Da is NRA compliance director today v a group of outside union workers the Weirton plant William J Long chairman of the union com littee said the workers made the emand because of the companys iolation of the recovery act avenport Doctor Is Killed by Auto DAVENPORT March 22 ugust G L Rindler 83 homeo athic physician who usually walk el for exercise at night because he jared automobile traffic in the day me died in a hospital this morning fter being struck by a hit and run river shortly after A des ription of the car was broadcast by olice but no trace of it was found NINE LOST LIVES WHEN AIRLINER FELL IN ANDES Disappearance of Ship One of Mysteries of Aviation MENDOZA Argentina March 22 of the greatest mysterie of the air was solved today when searchers found the wreck of th PanAmerican Airways liner San Jose lost 20 months ago in i flight over the Andes They found the bodies of the nin occupants of the plane two of them United States citizens preserve under a heavy blanket of snow Seven of the bodies were said tc be in good condition but the othe two were headless Found in Mountains The plane was found crumpled in the Argentine mountains four mile south of Puente Del Inca Its disappearance cause a doggeO widespread search The disappearance the great airliner has been one of the myster ies of aviation for many months For days after it was lost on t flight between Santiago Chile and Buenos Aires other planes cruisee back and forth over the regulai route in constant communication with Mendoza and Santiago Expeditions Sent Out Other expeditions were sent ou on foot throughsnow coverei Tie ship carried six passengers and three crew members The passengers were F E Ca mus division traffic manager of the airline J C Sabate O S Pezet E E Raffo Pinkus Rotszyld F L America The crew were Charles J Robin son pilot C W Myers radio op erator A Woodssteward Left n Midwinter The San Jose left Santiago at a m July 16 1932 Its radio was last heard at a m but an hour later the plane was seen Hying over the Argentine Andes near Las Cuevas Argentina Not only was the flight in the middle of the ChileanArgentine winter but the climate at the top of the Andes is always bitter cold Despite the fact that a terrific storm raged on the days following the San Joses disappearance as many as 12 airplanes some sup plied by the Chilean army went nto the air simultaneously in the determined search Contains Bodies The plane was discovered by em ployes of the Puente Del Inca hotel who advised the PanAmerican Air vays that the plane was wrecked and contained human bodies The airline immediately organized an expedition to the spot which is tear the Chilean border at the base f Mount Aconcagua 23300 feet high and the loftiest in the Ameri as The first expedition to reach the vreck sent back word that all the lodies were well preserved under a ieavy blanket of snow but that two f them were headless Suspend Search Flights BOGOTA Colombia March 22 Scadta Airline today an nounced it had decided to suspend earch flights for the airplane Von which disappeared 12 days go in the dense jungle of the Choco istrict INJURED IN CRASH DON MANUEL TKUCCO Milk in Opposition to Control Program Advance Statement Opens Fire on General Policy of Agreements WASHINGTON March 22 A national conference of coopera tive milk producers gathered today withachii Former Congressman From Indiana Dies at 49 iVANSVILLE Ind March 22 CP Emerson Rowbottom for ler congressman from the old first ndiana district and a member of 10 state legislature from 1919 un 1 1923 died at his home here to ay He was 49 years old L S Smelting Has Extra Dividend NEW YORK March 22 rectors of U S Smelting Refining and Mining company today declared an extra dividend of and the reg ular quarterly dividend of 25 cents a share on the common stock Both are payable April 14 to stock of record April 2 Three months ago an extra of S350 was paid control plan In an advance statement mem bers of the conference opened fire on the general policy of milk mar keting agreements Attacks on the control plan were expected later Reduce Production The milk program covering the last of the commodities named a eligible under the agricultural ad justment act proposes curtailmem of milk and butterfat production bj 15 per cent below the average pro duction of each dairy farmer dur ng 1932 and 1933 A processing ta would be placed on fluid milk and butterfat In return farmers who signed contracts with the government to reduce would receive benefit pay ments of 40 cents per 100 pounds 3f hutterfat on the amount of their urtailment Part of this would be laid after approval of centsacts and the balance after six months 3 Relief Proposals Supplementing this plan are hree proposals for relieving exist ag surpluses The first would ap ropriate for buying sur lus milk for underfed children in ities the second would spend an ther for purchasing ealthy cows in surplus areas and istributing them to needy farm amilies in deficit areas and the lird would allocate to liminate cattle affected with tu erculosls and Bangs disease The cost of the program is esli ated at 5165000000 with the pos ibility that 5300000000 will be ex ended if amendments pending in ongress are adopted LEADlRSlTSPY RING ARE SOUGHT Police Delve Further Into Documents Disclosed by Two Americans PARIS March 22 minds of a far flung spy ring were hunted today as poiice delved fur ther into documents which they said they obtained as the result of reve lations by two American prisoners Robert Gordon Switz and his wife Marjorie French secret police went from Paris into the provinces following trails indicated in the documents which they called a rich haul The investigating magistrate An dre Bcfion hopes American and Bri tish police can help run down the leaders of what is termed an inter national plot The police in those two countries were reported to be investigating Bcnon said the Switzes who come from East Orange N J and New York City pave testimony indicat ing the ring had a recruiting center in New York and marketed naval and military secrets of France Great Britain and the United States in Russia and Germany Three Killed in Crackup of Airways Ship Ambassador of Chile to U S on Board and Injured LIMA Peru March 22 T Three persons were killed today when a PanAmericanGrace Air ways plane crashed at the takeoff On board the plane and injured in the crash was Manuel Trucco Chilean ambassador to the United States Twelve persons were aboard the plane which was heading south toward Chile Among those injured was a daughter of Ambassador Trucco All three members of the air liners crew were killed They were Homer V Farrls pilot Lawrence Wagner radio op erator Frank Large steward The injured were Ambassador Trucco hip and pelvis bones fractured Senorita Grace Trucco his daughter shoulder broken Senorita Carmela Bustam unte John McGregor vice presi dent of FanAmerican Grace airline a partner of PanAmer ican Airways It was believed that one of the motors failed at about 65 feet of altitude Laura Ingolls Rests BUENOS AIRES March 22 UP Itigalls diminutive New today alter Aidesjtesterday Shewas first American1 wom an flyer to make the hop solo and she described the flight from Santi ago Chile as gorgeous 650 KILLED IN JAPANESE FIRE Official Check Shows 460 Wounded and 23000 Houses Destroyed TOKIO March 22 gov ernor of the prefecture of Hokkaido announced officially today that the casualties in the fire which de stroyed the beautiful port city of Hakodate yesterday were Killed 850 Wounded 460 Houses destroyed 23000 It was Japans direst tragedy since the TokioYokohama earth quake and holocaust of 1923 A Living Hell Witnesses described the which held 213000 citizens as a iving hell today Firemen police and soldiers moved through the still smoking buildings searching for corpses Four destroyers and two other varships were despatched from Ominato carrying bluejackets and medical supplies The fire meant many convicts for they were turned out of the jails into the streets when flames bore down upon the prisons Authorities feared that their presence abroad would in crease the chances for crime Storm Is Blamed A storm whichraged in the em Dire from Formosa to the Island if Hokkaido was blamed for the tolocaust at Hokadate largest com munity in the nation north of Tokio and ranked as Japans tenth city The equinoctial gale knocked er chimneys Roofs caught fire Before the winds the conflagrations quickly spread beyond hope of con MAKE CLAIM OF AGAINST UNIONS Board to Hear Charges Part of Peace Plan in Auto Dispute WASHINGTON March 22 The administration let automobile labor union representatives know today that part of its plan for peace in the industry is appointment at once of a committee to pass upon several hundred charges ot anti union discrimination by manufac turers Showing this much of its hand just befoie the labor men took their position to President Roosevelt per sonally Hugh S Johnson met with 30 spoksemen of American Federa DISPUTE SETTLED ALBANY N Y March 22 UP Delaware and Hudson rail road and its train and engine men today settled a wage dis pute ending the danger of a strike of the 2300 members of the Big Four brotherhoods The strike called for March 9 was delayed when President Roose velt intervened It then was post poned to June 6 lion of Labor locals in Michigan Wisconsin Ohio and Missouri They laid the discrimination charges against their employers before the NRA head v It was indicated of an election resentatives for coUecUve bargain ing had The union men did not receive from Johnson any outright settle ment proposal They informed him that although the men were anxious to avoid a strike all were demanding some concrete word from Washington to night The union spokesmen said there were 250000 men insisting that a decision be arrived at at once Johnsons plan for immediate ac ion on the discrimination cases many of them alleging discharges because of union activity cording to into several hundred followed indica ions that both sides were agreeable establishment of a neutral com mittee to pass on the charges Green Heads Group William Green president of the American Federation of Labor headed the group of 25 which pres ented the labor side of the dispute to President Roosevelt After shaking hands with the j delegation Mr Roosevelt got down to business with the special group of 10 He reserved his ideas for avert ing a threatened strike until he had talked things over thoroughly with labor Automobile manufacturers who saw him yesterday were standing by for further conferences Increasing optimism over a set tlement appeared to have developed but specific plans for this accom plishment were undisclosed so car Select 6 Spokesmen The auto union delegates selectee six spokesmen besides Green and William Collins A F of L organ izer to Jay the mens case before President Roosevelt later The spokesmen chosen were Ar Turn lo Iage fl Column 4 rol Supplies are Sent Shocked by the catastrophe the government ordered the seventh di vision of the army to the scene two estroyers were dispatched from Orninato naval port near Aomori Moscow Consulate of U S Is Opened MOSCOW March 22 open for business sign was hung ip today by the United States con ulate in Moscow thus inaugurat ng the normal functions of Amerl an consular representation in Rus ia for the first time since the bol hevik revolution Candy Recipes pVERY kind of candy that can be made readily in the home kit chen Here are tested recipes for honey kisses Turkish delight hore hound cough drops licorice gum squares Every formula in this unique 32 page service booklet has been pronounced 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