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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 9, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                ij North lowat DAILY PAPER Edited for ike Home TJZ NEWSPAPEB THAT HAKES ALL NORTH lOWAJfS NEIGHBORS I VOL XL HOME EDITION FIVg CENTS A COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WUUB SBRV1CE MASQAT CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 9 1934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS Of TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE y 1 w JMatiotis JShy lOffPctiley None Wants to Be Host to Naval Conference June 9 of the m a j o capitals of t h world desirous o playing host to big Internationa c o n f e r ence i 1935 has only t make know that wish Thats the situ ation as regard the general nava conference to b participated In bj the principa world power some time ncx year The truth of the matter is that no one ia eager to entertain the con Theyre all discreet and pol lite about it in the open but pri vately extremely cau ioua abou rushing in with invitations The reason is simply Nations go to naval conferences for one pur pose and that is the best possible bargain It is much easier for the guest to hold out for an ad caatage than it is for the host And each nation will be looking for advantages at next years par ley Ordeal For RlacDonald An illustration of how officials upon entertaining such gath erings was given in a state depart ment corridor Newspapermen spotted the am bassador of a leading world powei emerging from the office of the sev retary of state and stopped him Mr said one we understand his capi tal is to be host for con ference next Heaven forbid replied Mr fervently Those who attended the last naval conference in London in 1930 know what an ordeai it was for Prime Minister MacDonald and his associates The prime minister had parliament oil his hands as well as the conference It reiuired almost superhuman effot for him to look after both The time and place will be se lected at discussions in London be ginning June 13 Some officials here wouldnt be surprised to see a neu tral place like Geneva or The Hague chosen Japanese Kutto Problem Theres another reason not talked of publicly way some of the nations are anxious that theconfer ence be held anywhere except their own capitals Japan is expected to request re vision oE the present 553 naval ratio to enable her to construct a 1 number of heavilyarmed fast cruis ers Tokio la all set to embark on such a program if Japanese wishes for additional tonnage are acceded to by the United States and Great Britain If Japan makes such a demand and it is refused unhappy results may ensue No nation at the pres ent desires to be host at a party which might terminate in unpleas j antness Each would rather have the other 1 run the risk FORECAST IOWA Partly cloudy and cooler Satiirdny night Sunday fair with moderate tempera tures lUINNESOTA Partly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday cooler in southeast portion Sat urday NO 209 F R ASKS DROUGHT RELIEF FUND Wind Hail and Flood ADMINISTRATION SCORED IN TALK BY COL MNIOER Mason City Man Give Keynote Address to Eastern G 0 P WORCESTER June 9 The democratic administration was branded as a deception unparallel ed in American by Col Hanford MacNider of Mason City Iowa Jh the keynote address of the Massachusetts state republican con vention here last night Maintaining it is the task of the republican party to bring the gov ernment back to the constitution the former national Legion com mander saw in scientific plan ning a new autocracy that again must be taught to place the gov ernment once more in the hands of the people The democrats he said have ad mitted their ineptitude for govern ment and handed over their prerog atives to a group of professors with no party allegiance who are apply ing methods of government con cocted from classroom vagaries Unified Party Needed What our government needs right now as only once or twice be fore it has ever needed anything is a vigorous fighting unified republi can party reinspired in the cause which originally gave it birth the preservation ofr the said Colonel We who are republicans must bear some of the blame for the reat snarled mess of bureaucracy and socialistic experiment in which ve now find ourselves emmeshed Because we have let the republic fall nto it almost without a protest in he belief that we should support he president and any program he suggested for economic recovery Not the Only Objective What we did not know was that ihere were other objectives more mpoitant to the mind of the ad ministration and its advisers than ecovery There was nothing in the icmocratic platform nor in the ut erances of that partys candidates hat even suggested any such pro pam as we are undergoing today here never was any such mandate rom the American people There never is a mandate for a concealed lurpose No did anyone suspect and this olds for many stalwart democrats liat it was the platform of the so ialist party which was to be im lemented instead of the one upon fhich they appealed for votes On he socialist platform their per ormance for one year is practically 00 per cent The democratic party has dcm nstrated often enough its inepli ude for efficient government but EVADED TAX ON RING JENNY DOLLY Dancer Told to Pay Fine of Convicted of Evading Luxury Tax on Big Diamotid Ring PARIS June 9 nehalf of the earn of the Dolly sisters today was famous dancing LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 1 2i hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday Minimum in Night At 8 A M Saturday Kalnfall 83 61 71 63 Fridays addition to the June J precipitation total brought it to Inches This Friday rainfall I came in two showers One in the forenoon deposited 20 of an Inch in the GlobeGazettes raingage on I River Heights and one late in the afternoon measured 42 of an inch Tillers of the soil report that the moisture has trickled down more 1 than a foot The subsoil however still shows the results of the past deficiency of rain years marked land snow WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO June 9 for the period June 11 to 116 For the upper Mississippi and low ler Missouri valleys and the northern land central great Jfair with moderate temperatures except possibly showers near middle land end week Turn to Puue 2 Column 4 200SEARGHIOR PATSY GRAFF 3 Vicinity of Home Searched by Police Boy Scouts and Neighbors Police neighbors and Boy Scouts in all about 200 persons wore searching Saturday afternon for Patsy Graff 3 who disappeared shortly before noon after playing with children near her home 22 Fourteenth place northwest No traces of the girl were found but officers believed that she had only wandered away Parents of the girl are Mr and Mrs Peter Graff The girl was last seen on Wash ington avenue northwest where she wns playing with some children Po lice were notified and assistance of Boy Scouts was also asked about 40 of the latter joining the police and neighbors in the hunt The neighborhood in which the girl lived was thoroughly combed The girl had curly blond hair wore a gray dress and white collar green anklets and black shoes The girl was described as being undersized for 3 years She has a brother 5 and a one year old baby brother Child Fatally Injured CARROLL June 9 Harrison 6 son of Mr and Mrs Fred Harrison of Carroll was ra tally injured when struck by an automobile here driven by Freeman McCoy of Carrol L Ined and given a suspended sentence of three days in jail for vacling payment of the luxury tax m her 51 carat diamond ring which he bought in Cannes in 1028 Thering was valued at in those days was government tax vould have been The ring itself was sold in an auc ion of Miss Dollys jewels recently or only Badly Disfigured The dancer who was badly disfig red in an automobile accident at tordeaux in March 1933 testified hat her secretary who is now dead ad been responsible for the entire ransaction The exact amount of the fine was francs and was based on he rings purchase price of 86 francs In that time qual to An amount equivalent to the pur hase price was awarded by the erdict to the customs adminlstra on a similar amount was awarded he state and approximately half the purchase price was awarded the state in addition because of the gravity of the Absent From Court Miss Dolly was absent from court but it was said she expected to ap peal If the high courts sustain the verdict and she fails to pay French law provides for arrest and impris onment for possibly a number of months Time was when the Misses Jenny and Roszika Dolly were the toast of Parisian theatergoers and for years they were headline attractions in Paris as well as the United States JEAN SENT BACK TO MADISON FOR COURT HEARING 11 Still C arroil m Morgue as Widow Gives Up Funeral Plans WATERLOO June 9 ing the trails cold federal state and local officers today were bear ing an end of theirhunt in this vicinity for traces of the Dlllinger gang or other companions of the slam Tommy Carroll Dillinger lieu tenant Pretty Jean Deloney Crompton 21 year old the dead gangster had beenspirlted back to Madison and on her way to a probable term in tho federal re formatory Meanwhile the body of Cart oil remained in a local morgue follow ing the cancelation of instructions that it be taken to St Paul home of Carrolls widow today for burial Arrangements Canceled The anangements were said to have been canceled at the request of George Watson brother of Mrs Viola who at first had dl iccted that it be taken to St Paul as soon as its release bythe author ities Search which began for members of the Dillinger mob or other gang sters following the fatal wounding of Carroll and the arrest of the Crompton girl here Thursday had produced few tangible ac cording to the officers T The girl was taken to Madison last night by William McGrath chief of the federal probation office at Chicago and FederalAgents R C Coulter and George Cross of St Paul Departure Kept Secret The agents kept their departure secret and it was not known until some timo later that they had left by automobile It was explained hat they were just taking pre cautions to insure safety on the Federal authorities said they planned to take the girl before Fed eral Judge Patrick Stone for a hear ng in connection with her committ ment to the federal womens re formatory at Alderson W Va When arrested here the girl was on probation following sentence of a year and a day for harboring John Dillinger and the probation was re vcked by Judge Stone Check Her Story Federal agents late yesterday ook her to tho Evening Star tour st camp five miles east of Cedar Rapids checking her story that she Turn lo 1nno 2 Column 3 IN STEEL DISPUTE College Graduates of 1934 Given Charge by Attorney General LAKE FOREST June 9 This years college graduates were called upon by Attorney General Homer Cummings today to steer the country away from any future economic disaster He told the graduating class of Lake Forest college Thus far you have suffered without fault and therefore without accountability Henceforth if you invite the con folly sequences of your countrys you will be held Nothing more difficult than a sort of moral individualism ts needed Cummingfl said Conl Code Unchanged DES MOINES June 9 new price fixing policy of NRA does not change or modify the cx isting provisions of the bituminous coal code it G of the Town coal code authority was ad vised from Washington SHERMAN PASSES AT CHARLES CITY Funeral of Greenhouse Man and Cattle Raiser Set for Monday CHARLES CITY June M Sherman nationally known grower of evergreens and breeder of roses and winner of many records with his Jersey cattle herds died at his home here at 5 oclock Saturday morning He had been suffering from a lingering illness for a long time and had been to Rochester tor treatment Funeral services will be hold at 4 oclock Monday afternoon at the First M E church with the Rev R H Collis iLr charge Burial will be In Riverside cemetery Mr Sherman was born in Fred ericksburg March 2 1862 He at tended school there His father Buell Sherman founded one of the first nurseries in Iowa at Freder icksburg The son worked with him for a time and helped him close out this nursery On coming to Charles City Mr Sherman opened xip a nursery in a small way This steadily Increased in it included 800 acres and several greenhouses In order to provide fertilizer he started a herd of Jersey cattle This herd won many prizes In recent years his business in terests had been centered chiefly in the herd of cattle His wife a daughter of the late C G Patten died three months daugh ter Catherine died at the age of 10 L Mr Sherman had served ns trustee for Upper Towa university of Fayetle Eugene G Grace president of the Bethlehem Steel company and William A Irvln president of tho U S Steel corporation were two of the steel magnates at the conference which sought a pro gram to avert it general strike In tho steol industry They met with Gen Hugh S Johnson NIIA administrator Asso ciated Vress Union to Study Steel Proposal at June 14 Meet Strike Tentatively Set for June 16 Depending on Labor Decision WASHINGTON June 9 Hugh S Johnson said today stee union leaders had told him they would take up the proposal for steel labor mediation board at convention to be held June it Pittsburgh This announcement was mode by the NRA administrator immediately after a three hour conference with Intelnational officers of the Amal gamated Association of Iron Steel and Tin Workers and membera ol the organizations rank and file committee The union threatened a month ago to call a general strike in the in dustry if it was not granted recogni tion for collective bargaining by June 10 Set Tor June 18 The strike has been tentatively scheduled for June day after the Pittsburgh meeting The proposal for a mediation board has been accepted by the American Iron and Steel Institute presenting the employers Mike F TIghc International pres ident of the union told Johnson the proposal for the labor board had Turn y Cnlamn Sarah Asks Freedom From Liberty Gets It Through Divorce BOSTON June 9 Freedom instead of Liberty was what Sarah I have had enbugh she told the court What I want Is my So the judge granted her liberty from Davfti Liberty Chelsea Cruelty was tho ground TWO MASON CITY WOMEN INJURED IN WIND STORM Epidemic of Typhoid at Sioux City Feared as Result of Flood Damage by wind hail and flood replaced damage by heat and drought tu The weather bureau icported rains all over tho Jtason City had C2 of Inch Fiirlny ami Friday night Chief concern resulting from na tures about face during tho last throe days centered in Sioux City where health department officials moved to prevent an outbreak of typhoid fever caused by receding flood waters Doctors were Innoculatlng flood victims 150 of whom wero driven from their homes in tho lowlands Due to the additional rains with in tho last 2t hours Weather QhloE Charles D Reed said fcho drought though not in Iowa has ceased to endanger crops Ho said crops would be on the upgrade if general raius continued for several days Injured In Twister As heavy rains krencheil Nortti Iowa Mrs Lydla Kupplnger 55 and her daughter 23 who reside at1109 Pennsylvania avohue northeast were injured in a smalt twister about a mile and a Half aouthof Kcnsetr 05 at oclock Friday evening while KILLED BY SHOCK HUMBOLDT June 9 L1 Mrs Oscar Baldwin 43 Is dead as the result of an electric shock suffered during a storm last night She had gone to the base ment of her home to disconnect the radio driving to Mason City from Austin Minn At oclock Mrs Kupplngof who wns driving had turned to her daughter and asked what time It was Miss Kupplnger totcl her They had considered stop ping at Kensett but the heavier rains that had come previous to that time had subsided nnd at the time there was only a slight drizzle Mrs Kuppinger told her daughter she thought she had better drive on Fed Cnr Holsteil According to the two women there was a flash and then com plete darkness as dark as night They felt the car being hoisted into the air and that was the last the women could remember until they regained consciousness A passing motorist found the car a Stutlebaker sedan straddle an lg inch retaining wall of a aix foot spill way still headed in the same direction In which It was traveling and the engine running The car was upright with the rear wheela in the spillway and the front wheels outside and Mrs Kuppinger and her daughter were slumped In the Turn In 2 Column I COMMUNICATION ACT IS APPROVED House and Senate Act on Report to Send Bill to White House WASHINGTON June Congressional action wts completed today on the RnyburnDIJI bill cre ating a new commission to regu late Interstate communications systems The house adopted the confer ence report on the administration measure approved earlier by thft senate The action partly removed ono more of the few remaining ob stacles to an adjournment which democratic leaders hope to accom plish by the end of next week The measure contains the house provision for a sevenmember com mission Instead of the senate five man body It abolishes the existing radio commission and transfers all its lowers Including some additional authority to the new commission It also transfers to the new 0dy the regulatory powers now held by the Interstate commerce ommlsslon over telephone tele graph and cables i i Wheat Prices Boom Later Reduce Gains Profit Taking Slashes Advance Based on Crop Reports f t l T CHICAGO June 0 Wheat prices boomed today on Indications of tho smallest crop in 41 years but profit taking later reduced gaina as large as 4 cents a bushel to a Ht tlo over a cent Tho official government report of yesterday sent prices soaring at the opening ancj early values were the highest of the day Belief that rains since June V the date on which tho report was based had reduced or at least yould prevent further harm to crops was a factor in the hcuvy soiling during thq last hour DIONNE FIVELETS GO ON WAGON AS RUM RATIONS STOP CORBELS 0 Dlonno quintuplets In thowords of their doctor are1 total prohibition ists today for scientific devices have eliminated the rum that was used tostimulate them of from thetnr fonts jnow get their stimulation from an oxygen tank TyhlijU has boon most successful In restoring vitality s Soon if all goes theUtttle sisters will be pink normal babies wrinkles and theirbluishtinge gone Trie fed htrfnan milk every two hours ounces distributed five It arrives in ice from hospitaliu Toronto and Is kept on1 Ico at the Dlonne farm home Compliance Boards in Iowa to Dissolve DKS MOINES Juno 9 J Hughes Iowa directorof tho NRA national emergency aald that NRA compliance In Iowa will pass out of existence June 15 The work will bo handled by the state NRA office In the fu ture he said IOWA EMERGENCY BANK ACT UPHELD j Decision of Judge Miller at Atlantic First Returned in Iowa Court ATLANTIC June fl tutionality of lowan emergency banking legislation wasupheld by District Judge Ernest M Miller In a decision handed down here today The decision Is the first returnee by an Iowa court on the banking laws passed by the fortyfifth gen oral assembly in Its regular session although several other cases are pending In other courts Involved In the decision were the laws known as S F Ill and SMF The firat measure permits the state superintendent of banking to take control of state banks without placing them in receivership BunlcH Reorganised The second paved the way for reorganization of banks by provid ing for the signing of depositors agreements by the deposltora Judge Miller expressed the opin on the laws are constitutional under footli arid federal constitu tions The decision In an action brought by Mrs Rachel L Priest living northeast of Atlantic against the Whitney Savings and Loan company of this City The suit was filed to collect on a certificate of deposit Mrs Prient having refused to sign a de positors agreement at the time the bank was reorganized If card Weeks Ago Arguments in the cose were heard in the Cass county district court several weeks ago The defendant filed an answer to the petition admitting execution and delivery of the certificate of de posit but the bank stated It had been reorganized under the emer gency legislation The case was decided on a mo tion to strike the answer by the plaintiff on the ground that the legislation was unconstitutional un der the state and federal constitu tions Judge Miller ruled for the de fendant on the motion to strike Attoineys for the plaintiff said they probably will appeal to the atate supreme court TELLS CONGRESS HELP IS NEEDED ON LARGE SCALE Seeks Absolute Freedom for Administration in Spending Money By FRANCIS M June PresidentRposeVelt asked congresn todaw for to fihance thedroughtrelief program the ad ministration has already undertaken i J ge scalc federal government is necessary to protect people in the strickenre giongjfrom suffering feed to livestockarid faCquI7 Process surplus cattle to provide meat for relief dis he said in a message to congress Absolute for the admin istration to spend the money as it was Rupldly Changing We arc dealing WRhrarapidly nJ I ji that the he flexible lotted cles us thepresldentlaid relief expenditures aa follows L for special work program and human relief livestock pur1 ohose inaddition to thefunds al ready availableunder the Jones Connally act i 3 for shipping pro ceasing distribution of purchased cattle i V 5 i emergency Vac qulsltlon of submarglnal farmland assistance in relocated deatitute farm families V6 afford employment in the drought principally from ci ties and towns r fgrpurchaaeof seed for for loans to get seeds intov farmers hands Message to Congress His message follows To the congress of the United States drought has visited disaster upon a large Prompt and ac tion to ijmeet the been by the federal govern ment through Its various agencies But the situation has become more grave as rainfall shortage has con tinued Future rainfall cannot re store more than a small part of the damage to crops and livestock An especially serious problem has de veloped while there is no prospect of shortage of human food Turn In 2 column 8 Strange Malady Just 1 1 Inch Green Snake RUMFORD Maine June 9 thoroughbred cow died of a strange malady no treatment would cure Postmortem examination disclosed that an 11 inch green snake had gone down the cows throat with its forage WEIGHT CONTROL If you are too fat you are likely to be In a dangerous health and you are losing physical anrt mental efficiency The same is true If you are too thin The facts set forth in the booklet Weight Con trol available only through our Washington Information bureau 11 help you in corrpctlng your velght and improving your general icalth It lists summer ttenus for increasing and reducing he weight Inclose 10 cents in coin to cover cost and postage Use coupon ivrnson City GlobeGazette Information bureau Frederic J Hnskin director Washington D C I inclose 10 cents in coin care fully wrapped for the booklet on Weight Name Street 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