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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 20, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                j North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home THE XEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS EB OME ITION VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA APRIL 20 1934 THIS PATER CONSISTS OK TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 166 Democrats in Earnest Republicans Laugh at Receptiofi for Roosevelt By HERBERT PIAJMMER ASHINGTON April 20 smiles and u nd i sgulsed amusement of re publicans and others at the strange h o m e comirig accorded President Roose velt upon his re turn toWashing ton were not shared by the democrats who part icipated in the ceremony They were in dead earnest The chuckles a n d merriment in dulged in by some were frowned on One prominent democrat house member Alabama who suggested that the president would rather have had these fellows voting with him than marching down to meet him admitted later that per haps he had said thewrong thing j Just who originated the idea of gettingout the band and members of congress for the early morning reception at the railroad station re mains a bit obscure Woodrum Starts It Representative Woodrum of Vir ginia generally is credited with being father of the thought t al thoughthe tendency was to divide the honors If it it was a happy coincidence The tall handsome Vir ginian is the man who had charge of the independent offices bill con taining more liberal allowances to veterans which Mr Roosevelt yetoet and which the house overrode only an hour or so before his departure for Florida It is said that Woodrum was con fident to the last that the house would stick by the president on hi veto and so told Mr Roosevelt If theres any doubt however as individual thought up the idea of this precedentbreaking re ception there can be none as to who for making it the impressive show that it was Borahs That distinction is exclusively Senator Borahs It was the Idahos senators naive questioning of Connolly of Texas who announced to the senate the unofficial reception committee as to why ho republicans were includec that enlarged the affair out of al proportion from what was intended at first Democrats thought they merelj would send informal committee from both house and senate down to the train to extend the hand o fellowship to their chief executive Borahs perplexity as to why an an nouncement of the affair should b made on the floor of the senate am no mention made of republicans pu the democrats in the position of hav ing to inyite everybody SEEKS WORLD ACTION ON SILVER Reveal Kaisers Suppressed Interview of 1908 EAST AND WEST MUST MEET HE TOLD REPORTER Indiscreet Statement of War Necessary EDITORS NOTE The kaiser gave an indiscreet interview to an American newspaperman in The Gerhian foreign j of fice according to the blue penciled much of the dynamite The expurgated version wasian nounced for publication in the December 1908 Centurymaga zine Before it appeared how ever the foreign office roqufest ed suppression and sent a cruiser to New York to pick up the pages and consign them to Davy Jones locker When tho crates containing the sheets failed to sink they were fished out and the copies fed to the flames The lost interview is now published for the first time SOLON ACCUSES FEDERAL JUDGE Shoemaker Charges Jurist in Minnesota With Crimes and Misdemeanors WASHINGTON April 20 Representative Shoemaker F today in the house impeach ed Federal Judge Joseph W Moly neaux of Minnesota on charges of high crimes and misdemeanors and usurping of powers and asked an in vestigation by the judiciary com mittee of his official conduct in of fice Declines to Comment MINNEAPOLIS April 20 Federal Judge Joseph W Moly neaux declined to comment today on charges of high crimes and mis demeanors made against him In Washington by Representative Francis Shoemaker of Minnesota I dont know anything about he said FORECAST TOWA Fair with frost Friday night Saturday fair and slight ly warmer Fair not so cold in northwest portion Fri day night Saturday fair and somewhat warmer LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday 43 Minimum in Night 27 At 8 A M Friday 39 Snowfall Trace By HOMER McCOY BOSTON April 20 the kaiser said to William Bayard Hale journalist back in 1908 international mystery for a quarter of a revealed today The ilbst which caused so manyr headaches much speculation ispresent ed in the May of the Atlantic Monthly magazine by William Har lah Hale son of the man to whom Emperor William 11 of Germany spoke so freely and as his country so indiscreetly This is the gist of the views ex pressed by the kaiser Sees Inevitable The inevitable world crisis was a clash between apan and occidental nations East and west must meet and the west must conquer Great Britain was guilty of a sort of political miscegenation in allying herself with Japan War was necessary War was Christian The Bibe was full of greatest soldiers were Christians Theodore Roosevelt then presi dent of the United States was his dominating militaristic leader he hoped he himself was The course of history was large ly determined not by the clash ing of social forces and economic trends but by the deeds of great men and personalities Evening in July Thus the kaiser spoke It was one evening in July 1908 that he con sented to the interview by Hale close friend of Theodore Roosevelt The meeting was on the imperial yacht Hohenzollern at anchor in the Fjord of Bergen In the Atlantic Monthly Hale writes that the emperor voiced the most amazingly indiscreet state ments ever uttered by the head of i great The Hale interview was to ap pear in the Century Magazine De cember 1918 The German foreign office gave it a thorough editorial scouring removing most of the dy namite Should Be Suppressed Then it was decided that the in terview should be suppressed It was just before publication The pages were yanked out crated and stored in a warehouse The German cruiser Bremen came to New York loaded the crates aboard and in midAtlantic tossed them over board The crates declined to sink and the Bremen lowered boats and took them aboard again Eightimperial German officers according to the story stripped and went down into the engineroom from which enlist ed men temporarily were barred and fed the printed pages to the fireboxes Theodore Roosevelt was supposed to have had a copy of the inter view but it has not been located During the World war Hale was Tarn to t Colamit 4 HIT GREAT BRITAIN WELHEIM HOHENZOIAEUN When Kaiser of Germany Low Figures on Airmail Bid by Private Firms Spectators Whistle With Surprise at Opening by Farley WASHINGTON April 20 Spectators whistled in surprise when Postmaster General Farley ripped open the envelopes and read the bids today for on the 21 routes thegovernmenlln teridstoiplace Inprivate handsfor at least the nest three months Some of the companies bid as low as 19 cents an airplane of fering to fly The maxi mum range stipulated in the speci fications was from 41 to 45 cents an airplane mile Small Room Jammed The small room where the bids were opened was jammed with post office and justice department offi cials and aviation men Meantime while the senate was getting ready to debate the airmail bill which would provide for a con gressional commission to study the whole aviation situation Senator Black announced that Of ficers of the International Mercan tile Marine corporation would be summoned soon for questioning by his investigating committee A tabulation of the bids over the following routes includes Bids Under Maximum No 11 Chicago to Oakland via Moline Iowa City DCS Moines Omaha Lincoln Grand Island North Platte Cheyenne Rock Springs Salt Lake City Utah Elko Reno Sacramento maximum 11 cents United Air Lines 39 cents No 14 Newark to Oakland via Cleveland Toledo Chicago Mo line Iowa City Moines Omaha Lincoln Grand Is land North Platte Cheyenne Rock Springs Salt Lake City Elko Reno Sacramento San Fran cisco maximum 42 cents United Air Lines 28 cents WOMAN PRONOUNCED DEAD COMES TO LIFE IN MEXICAN MORGCE U S Checks Received by 269Farmers Marion County Given First CornHog benefits KNOXVILLE April 20 hundred and sixtynine Marion county farmers who signed the cornhog reduction contract with Uncle Sam lined up in front of the courthouse at Knoxville this after noon and were handed benefit pay ment checks totaling more than They were the first checks re ceived by coinhog contract signers in the United States Harry Town farmer living near here was the first to step xip He received for cutting his 1034 corn acreage from 25 to and reducing his 1934 hog marketings from 25 to 19 To Get More Town received for reduc ing corn acreage and for cut ting hog marketings He later will receive another for corn re duction and two more payments on hogs one of and an other of next February C C Converse of Tracy took the largest check amounting to and W S Sterling of Pleasantville was handed a check for 9 the smallest of the lot Marion county farmers respond ed earlier in the day to a call sent out by LaWrence Goff secretary of the Marion county cornhog con trol association They gathered around early inthe afternoon and waited until their contracts had been checked at the cornhog office In High Spirits The formal celebration originally planned when the checks were to arrive was called off earlier in the week but the farmers were in high spirits Businessmen reported sales which they attributed to the pending ar rival of the checks Many farmers it was reported had borrowed money with which to pay taxes and interest It was ex pected that farmers would spend their first benefit checks on house hold necessities and farm lir ments 30 More Sent In The county agents office report ed that 30 more early payment contracts went Into Washington yesterday They were previously de layed because of improper signa tures and errors in figures The state cornhog office today estimated that in the neighborhooi of cornhog contracts hac been signed In the state Benefit payments totaling around 70 mil lion dollars are expected here to flow into the state as soon as the contracts can be approved by AAA officials The Marion county early payment contracts were sent to Washington April 8 The total signup for county was around Iowa Cat Mother to Family of Squirrels BUCKINGHAM April 20 Herman Brandts new family is do ing A cat owned by Brandt lost its kittens at birth While cutting tim ber on a neighboring farm Brandt found three motherless baby timber squirrels Brandt took them home His cat adopted them on sight MEXICO D April 20 Margarita Hernandez Bernal stab bed herself and jumped from a ho tel window They picked her up pronounced her dead Yesterday morticians tolled among the corpses in a morgue Now and then one would glance toward the slab where between two other bodies lay that of the 25 year old woman The attendants would shake their heads It is too they would say She was Then one of the attendants stood wide eyed He had seen the feminine figure move He shouted He and his fellows stared locked In Immobility by fright breathed Margarita Hernandez Bernal sitting upright between the two corpses please give me a Physicians performed an opera tion on the knife wound in the young womans breast They said she probably would recover th URGES INCREASE IN SIZE OF ARMY General Mac Arthur Talks to House Subcommittee on Military Affairs WASHINGTON April 20 Giyinghis unqualified approval t a bill to add men to the army Gen Douglas chief o army staff told a military affairs subcommittee today that th measure seeks to remedy one of th most glaring critical defects of ou military The bill introduced by Represen tative Thompson woul direct an increase in army enliste men from to and th officer personnel from to 063 Enactment of this bill woul enhance the security of the Unite MacArthur asserted I would lift the American army abov the danger line give us an oppor tunity to rehabilitate thousands of young men who are now suffering the results of the economic de He recalled that although author ization now existed for en listed men and officers in the last 12 years reduced appropriations had brought a continuous shrink age of these numbers to the danger ous Inadequate figures we now have OUTLAW KILLED BOY NEAR DEATH IN GUN BATTLE jimmens Gar Tips Over After 10 Mile Chase in Lincoln LINCOLN April 20 One gunman was killed another vounded and a 1i year old achool oy was near death this afternoon as the result of a running gunfight ictweeh police and gunmen on Lin olns principal street After a ten mile chase the gun mens automobile overturned near1 Home east of here killing we of the men and injuring the ther A third gunman waa unin ured The school boy Lviccen Marshall vns in the abdomen by a itiay bullet as the two automobiles aced east on O street past the street intersection hysicians hold little hope for his ecovery The wounded gunman told police he was Walter Dean 28 Beaver Jity a farmer Ho was taken o a hospital for treatment of gun shot wounds Officers said another of the gun men gave his name as Sam Rlvitt 30 Galveston Texas At the hospital Dean told officers he was released from tho Texas penitentiary recently and thatv he und Rlvitt were in his morning when the third gun man approached them pointed a jun at them and proposed that they pull a They joined him and tho three motored to Lincoln In the large sedan in which Dean and Rivltt had come north he added He told of icers he did not know the dead mans Identity As far as I know that man may be Pretty Boy Dean said when pressed for the name of the dead man Bnndlt Kills Banker SPRINGFIELD Ohio April 20 M Saylor president of the Tarmers Deposit bank of New Vienna east of here was shot and dllcd today by a bandit who unsuc cessfully attempted to hold up the jank Lewis Jones cashier of the bank os returning from lunch when he icard the shot He saw the bandit dash out of the mnk and then himself ran into the building to find Saylor lead on the Hoor The bandit obtained no money Slain by Officers EXPERIMENT April 20 M Ward a mill night watch man was fatally wounded today by machine gun fire from Atlanta of ficers who werecalled here after the watchman had killed a 10 year old hoy and then defied police who tried to arrest him SUGAR ACT SENT TO CONFERENCE House Rejects Amendment Added by Senate Quick Action Sought WASHINGTON April 20 Thc house today rejected senat amendments to the JonesCostigan sugar control bill and sent it to con fercnce to adjust differences be tween the two branches of congress Calls for speed because of a fas passing plant season came from the beet sugar growers That In dustry 5s allotted tons tin der the measure Louisiana an Florida cane growers get tons Senate passage came late yester ny 49 to 18 after a day of rlebat which now rejection of amendment to fix production quotas for Hawa and Puerto Rico Mrs Pinchot Scores Hugh Johnson Again PITTSBURGH April 20 Firing another blast in her feu with Gen Hugh S Johnson Mrs Cornelia Bryce Pinchot charged the NRA chief has ignored the work ers interests and done everything TIGER SERENE As the braves of Tummniiy revolted against the leadership of John F Ourry right and demanded his resignation to a hall game In Nuw York andreiterated his statement that he wouldnt quit Shown with him Is Saimiol Levy president of the borough of Manhat Associated Vrewt Says Miss Burroughs Did Not Know of Contributioh NO NRA COURT GASES PLANNED Johnson Tells Editors of Newspapers He Needs Their Help WASHINGTON April 20 en Hugh S Johnson told news paper editors toclfiy that no of NRA code violation brought again at largo manufacturers had developeda case that would stand up in the courts Addressing the convention of the American Society of Newspaper editors he said their help would speed accomplishment of NRA ob jectives Johnwon saitl frequent reports In Iho opposition press asked why some drastic action was not taken against some conspicuous firm al leged to be violating an NRA code Skating to On reference to the federal trade commission or to our legal depart ment Or to the attorney general we havent any case against a large manufacturer that would stand up In the Johnson said Some are skating pretty close to the Johnson told editors that If you help the objective oC NRA will be more quickly But if you hang around like vul tures and swoop clown on every mis take it will take ho added I would like to have your coop eration because I think the national recovery program inaugurated by President Roosevelt is the only way to get the country out of the eco nomic depression And if you think we are out of our difficulties you are very much he con tinued Accused of Censorship We have been accused of a clla dollcal desire to Impose n censor ship on the press and the radio Considering the articles and speech es in opposition to the presidents program we certainly have made the poorest kind of mesn if contro of the agencies of publicity was one of our objects An a matter of fact the consti tutional prohibition againnt Inter ference with the press has been taken into account with every draft of the newspaper code since the first appearance of the publishers committee In the matter We might as well have put in the ten com mandments and probably would have done no had tSo newspaper committee requested a positive re assertion of the Declares They Could Not Have WASHINGTON April 20 31shop James Cannon told a District of Columbia jury today that he and Miss Ada L Burroughs could not have conspired to violate the edaral corrupt practices act n fati ng to report received for ils 1928 antiSmith campaign be he could to increase Wall streets Protest Restoring of Death Penalty ORENSE Spain April 20 m A 24 hour general strike was de clared today In protest of the gov ernments proposal to restore the death penalty Minor clashes took place between guards on patro duty and strikers the women nevev knew he iad obtained tho money Tho southern Methodist church man IH on trial with Miss Burroughs or failure to report of the received from E V Jame son a New York insurance execu ivc for use agnlnst the presidential candidacy of AlfredE Smith Did Not Tell Her Dltl you Cannon was asked give Miss Burroughs infor mation that Mr Jameson contrib uted altogether No I never Robert HJ McNeil chief defense counsel also asked Did you ever discuss with her nny failure to report any of the contributions The witness again repled No I never did Good Tin He said also that he kept cam paign funds in a safe deposit box in Richmond and in a good tin box in his Washington apartment Canon testified it was the duty of Miss Burroughs treasurer of the Virginia antiSmith committee which the bishop make the reports I went over them in a general he added andthey seemed to be correct It never occurred to me to check whether she had been F R TO OPPOSE LEGISLATION BY CONGRESS NOW Believes Solution Lies in Fixed World Ratio With Gold WASHINGTON i April 20 was mado known today at the white house that PresldetitRooseyelt feels tho answer to the silver rornonitiza tlon problem lies formula pre sented at the London economic con ference whereby all nations4 would fix definite reserves of silvorin ra tion to their gold supply This would bring lor the first time In history a fixed v ratio throughout the world between and silver It at Lon don thatthe nations establish sil ver reserves 25 per cent of their gold supply Will Stand Pat As a result ofthis informal ex position of the presidents attitude it1 was believed today Mr Roose velt stand pat against any mandatory legislation at this session regarding silver v As explained at the white house Mr Roosevelt feelsIt is impossible for one nation to get anywhere sin rehabilitating silver without the co operation of all countries Oneproblem it was is that there is an unknown quantity ofail ver in the gold which can figured to an almost exact total Informal How far negotiations for an ternational agreement have gressed islnco the IB any indication ofan world economicConference for con siderationof1 silver Presum ably informal discussions arVgolng on howeyer The rpresldent willconfertomor row with thesenate silver advocates on the whole problem Confers With Rail WASHINGTON April President4 Roosevelt today fconf err ed with railway labor leaders in an effort to adjust the controversy overa new wage scale The president also conferences today on two important legislative disputed Wagner labor board billand the proposal to have the federal re servo banks make direct loans to in dustry v DES MOINES COUPLE OWES LIVES TO DOiG HOUSE BURNS DOWN DES 2 and Mrs B L Brownof Des Moines were alivo they be lieve of their 6 year old fox terrier Peggy 10 minutes of2 last Brown said I was awakened Peg gy was pawing me and licking my face I amelled Brown awakened His wife They hurried downstairs In a few min utes the house was in flames With in an hour Brown said the house a two story frame huildlng burned tb the ground The loss was estimated at Care of the Feet PLACED ON INDUSTRY LOANS Roosevelt Approves Plan to Give Federal Reserve More Power WASHINGTON April 20 President Roosevelt today approved the proposed legislation authorizing copy of Care of the Feet today Nothing is more important to the general health and comfort than proper care of the feet but the av erage person seldom realizes its importance until through neglect or abuse his feet have been seriously Injured Experts agree that most foot troubles could beprevented by using reasonable care In the selec tion of hose and shoes or could be corrected before much damage has been done by following simple com mon sense instructions such as are found in this booklet Send for your the federal reserve banks to make direct loans to industry Senator Glass and Gov ernor Black of the federal reserve board went over their bill with the president and upon leaving the white house said they had the go ahead signal to push it through congress Industrial advisory committees are to be established in each of the federal reserve districts to advise on the loans which would be limited to five years Federal Relief in Iowa WASHINGTON April 20 The federal relief administration granted today to Iowa for transient relief through April using coupon and enclosing 10 cents to cover cost handling and postage Mason City GlobeGazette Information bureau Frederic J Haskln director C I inclose 10 cents In fully wrapped for the booklet of the Feet Name Street City State Mall to   

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