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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 18, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Some THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS ME EDITI VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED W1EB SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 18 1934 THIS PAP2R CONSISTS OK TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 216 No Laughing in Congress Bloom Has Company in Anger Toward New Dealers By BERBER PLTJMMEK June 18 Al most everybody i n Washington except members of congress got a big laugh out of the way Gen Johnson dressed down Represents t i v e Sol Bloom of New York for bawling out some of the generals NRA employes It was any thing but a laughing matter however for them While the usually genial Mr Bloom lost patience with only a group of subordinates because of hig inability to locate a certain bu reau in the huge department of commerce building other members of congress have had their tem pers tried higher up Some of the best of them have cooled their heels in official ante chambers since the advent of the new deal until they almost choked in rage One only has to listen to cloak room gossip to realize this Cool Heels Hot Anger One of the best of these stories concerns the man who ranks among the highest in the democratic lead ership of the senate He went to the office of a cabinet member on official business and was requested to wait The delay was so long he finally lost patience and stormed out of the antechamber with the atmos phere sizzling from the effects of his anger He vowed he would never return One of the grievances Senator Byrd of Virginia had against Dr Rex Tugwell was that he wrote him a letter asking his attitude on pending AAA amendments and the professor waited about a week before niakinj a reply f mittee recently expressed them selves as resenting the fact that a young braintruster who appeared before them showed a fondness for leaning back in his chair thumbs thrust in his vest in an attitude of complete self confidence An F D R Ride The Bloom episode however is easily understood by anyone who ever has attempted to make the rounds of the new deal setup in Washington The most experienced Is likely to encounter difficulty in locating a bureau or division in the labyrin thine passages of the commerce buildin and that is only one of the huge stone buildings in which are scattered the various new agencies of government set up within the last year or so President Roosevelt once joking ly remarked at his press conference he intended taking the afternoon off and go for an extended motor ride Someone asked where he would go Putting on his famous broad grin he replied that he hoped to get around the department of com merce building F R DRAWN INTO CONGRESS JAM Two Men Cla im to Be Governor of North Dakota LEADERS SAY HE WANTS TO DROP DONALD WEIR OF WHITTEMORE IS MISHAP VICTIM Falls From Truck Near Emmetsburg Hold 2 Companions EMMETSBURG June Don ald Weir 25 son of Mr and Mrs Mike Weir of Whitternore was in stantly killed Sunday night when he fell from a moving truck six miles west of Emmetsburg on high way 18 Weir in company with Harlan Fish also of Whittemore and Lee Howell of Kansas City Kans was enroute from Whittemore to a dance at Electric park Long Island lake outside of Ruthven Sheriff Bert Montgomery of Em metsburg was called to the scene of the accident by a passing motorist and found the body beside the road and believed him to be the victim of a hit and run driver Following in quiries and further investigaiton however Sheriff Montgomery a short time later took Fish and How ell who were attending the dance at Electric park into custody Deny Knowledge of Death Both admitted having been with Weir on the way to the dance but denied any knowledge of his death According to Fish the driver and owner of tie truck Weir was rid ing alone on the truck platform behind the drivers seat ire the HITLER FRIEND SLAIN versing with him from time to time but did not immediately notice bis disappearance When they did real ize he was gone according to their statements to the sheriff they turned around and drove back sev eral miles looking for him They be lieved however that he might have dropped off and caught a ride with someone else Held at Emmetsburg The two continued on their way to the dance Both are being held by authorities at Emmetsburg for further questioning County Cor oner Woodbridge said death was caused by a fractured skullAn in quest has been set for Tuesday morning Weir was in the employ of a transfer company at Whittemore He is survived by his parents five married sisters and a brother Known as a friend of the Hit ler administration Col Bronis law Pieracki Polish minister of the interior vas shot dead by assassins who escaped in a crowd on a Warsaw street Colonel Pieracki was host to Dr Joseph Paul Goebbels Ger man minister of propaganda who is regarded as Chancellor Adolf Hitlers righthand man when Goebbels visited Warsaw recently Funeral services been arranged have not yet U S PROTESTS AT MORATORIUM Sioux Cityan Badly Injured in Knifing Formal Objection Ordered Made to Germany by State Department SIOUX CITY June IS unidentified assailant knifed Ben Sioux City inflicting severe cuts on his head and body His condition wasreported critical Wea FORECAST IOWA Fair cooler in the ex treme east portion Monday night Tuesday fair warmer in the west portion MINNESOTA Fair cooler in extreme east portion Monday night Tuesday partly cloudy warmer in northwest cooler near Lake Superior j LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for j 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning j Maximum Sunday W i Minimum in Night 54 At 8 A M Monday 70 Trace of Rain Figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday 82 Minimum in Night 59 Bainfall 08 of an Inch Junes precipitation total grew to 249 inches with a 2 hour drizzle rain Saturday night which deposit ed 08 of an inch of npisture in the GlobeGazettes rain gauge June normally is the wettest month of the year in the north central states and unless the soil is well saturated before the Fourth of July the region is not well fortified for the dry heat just a normal for July and August WASHINGTON June IS formal protest against ths German moratorium on foreign debt pay nsents has been directed by tie state department The department said today it had instructed Ambassador Wil liam E Dodd at Berlin to inform the German government that the United States expresses strong re gret that new hardships have been brought upon American creditors holding German obligations Minnesotas Fix Issues Voters Go to Polls to Choose Nominees of 3 Parties ST PAUL June 18 of bitter campaigning in which the highly controverted public ownership platform of the farmlabor party was the storm center of attack and defense came to a close today with Minnesotas primary election An estimated 600000 voters were expected to decide what candidates will continue the race for national state and county offices and in some measure determine to what extent will be a fusion between re publicans and democrats against f armerlaborites The renomination of Senator Henrik Shipstead only farmerla borite in the United States senate is being opposed by Congressman F H Shoemaker whose frequent conflicts with the law and attacks upon Shipstead have added spice to I the farmerlabor campaign Olson Chief Target Chief target of attack in connec tion with the third party platform during the campaign was Gov Floyd B Olson selfproclaimed Tnm tfl rage 3 Column 2 SENTENCING OF LANGER PUT OFF UNTIL JUNE 29 U S Troops Called Out Lieutenant Governor Takes Oath BULLETIN BISMARCK N Dak June 18 executive order of Gov William Langcr the sher iff of Burlcigh county and his deputies today guarded the ex ecutive offices as Lieut Gov Ole H Olson took steps to de clare himself governor on the theory Langers conviction of a felony has automatically cre ated a vacancy Orders were issued to permit no one to en ter the governors office with the exception of employes BISMARCK N Dak June 18 men claimed to be the legal governor of North Dakota to day as Gov William Langer ap peared in federal court for sentenc ing and federal troops moved about the city in an extreme tense atmos phere A series of fast moving events began the day Two truckloads of troops were stationed before the federal build ing where Judge Andrew Miller de ferred until June 20 sentencing of Langer and four codefendants con victed of a felony One truck moved to the Patter son hotel where Judge Miller went CONFESSES DROWNING Authorities at Cleveland said Floyd Ranker Jr 10 confessed that he drowned 3 year old Peggy Young by push ing her in the Cuyahoga river He was held for a mental ex amination Associated Press remained there The troops were returned to Fort Lincoln early this afternoon Beady for Trouble Federal authorities declined to reveal the reason for stationing the troops but it was known that this move was taken as a precaution against any trouble that may de velop as a result of the chief ex ecutives conviction Rumors were current that threats had been made against certain persons but authoritative sources declined to comment Lieut Gov Ole H Olson who arrived here from his home in New Rockford shortly after midnight took the oath of office and with state officials aligned with him be gan the move by which they hoped to give him possession of the of fice of governor Fight to Last From Langer came a retort when advised of the oppositions move that he would fight to the last and use force if necessary to retain his office By force he explained he did not mean use of national guardsmen but declined to further amplify the statement The governor and his four code fendants appeared at the federal building before court convened and a small group of persons was on hand in the expectation the gover nor would be sentenced today Col George Harris commandant of Fort Lincoln conferred with fed Tnrn to Page 3 Column 2 Iowa Quadruplets j Continue to Show Increase in Weight j SAC CITY June 18 9 j day old Wycoff j Dean Laverne Darlene Lavonne j Danene and Lorraine tinued to gain weight in their im provised incubator here today at the home of their mother Mrs Laurence Wycoff The three sisters and their brother who after slight losses last week yesterday had gained back their birth weights were pro nounced in good health by their doctor G H Swearingen It will be some time before the babies diet corn syrup and milk every two be changed Dr Swear ingen said Though the mother of the quadj ruplets is still weak her condition j was termed satisfactory1 by Dr Swearingen Max Baers Life Story Told in Pictures Ghost writers will concoct bizarre yarns about the life and loves of the new worlds heavyweight But here starting in the next issue is a photographic record of the Livermore Butcher Boys meteoric rise to the top of the pugilistic ladder And camera lenses arent given either to romancing or exaggerating This feature is available EXCLUSIVELY for North Iowa sports fans in the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WATCH FOB FIKST INSTALLMENT TUESDAY HITLER POLICIES Nazi Regime Receives Strong Criticism From Its Own Vice Chancellor By LOUIS P LOCHNEK BERLIN June IS bold est public criticism of the nazi re gime which has come from anjone in authority since Chancellor Hit lers assumption of power in Jan uary 1933 was made yesterday by Franz von Papen vice chan cellor of Ger many The sensation al character of his remarks de livered before students of Mar burg university is bestillustrated by the fact that no Berlin news papers printed an excerpt Von Pa pen in guarded language pleaded for the reestablishment ot the mon archy Notice was served by the govern mentcontrolled German news bu reau upon its subscribers that the speech must not be published in Germany Challenges Regime Von Papen a Hitler right hand man challenged the nazi regimes MOREDISORDERS FEARED AS CUBA COUNTS 15 DEAD Heavy Guard Placed at Hospital to Protect 4 Wounded Men By EDMUND A CHESTER HAVANA June 18 tion by infuriated members the ABC society was feared today after Cubas bloody Sunday in which 12 persons were killed and nearly GO wounded A heavy guard was placed around the emergency hospital upon re ports that the ABC planned to storm it and wreak vengeance on four wounded men Deep political significance was attached to the two days rioting leavinga total of 15 dead and cul minating yesterday in a parade that was turned suddenly into a slaughter They appeared likely to bring a postponement of the gov ernments plan to hold general elec tions in December Sworn to Brcuk Up I Guerilla warfare carried on in termittenly for months reached a climax when 50000 members of the ABC society a powerful political organization marched through the principal streets the big moment of a two day fiesta enemies had sworn to break up When the marchers reached the intersectiqn of Neptuno street along Prado boulevard themnsieofiSrassiiariasKas inter rupted by the deadly clatter of ma chine guns The attack of enemies of the soci ety came as a complete surprise A shrill whistle sounded and then shots whizzed into the boulevard from side streets A number of marchers including several women fell dead or dying Thousands Sec Parade Thousands of bystanders watch ing the parade were thrown into a panic and trampled one another as they rushed for shelter Women screamed Some fainted ABC members who were armed dropped to their knees and returned the fire The attack came from be hind stone pillars After six or seven minutes the assailants fled leaving at least 12 dead and scores injured The line of march was reorganiz ed and the parade continued During the shooting the ABC flagbearer cooly held his banner aloft as comrades dropped about him Havana Left Dazed Havanas population was left daz ed by the outbreak A number of the wounded were in a grave condi tion and physicians said they ex pected the death toll to grow Cooler heads in the ABC prevail ed last night and prevented threat ened counter attacks on known ene mies of the society and no serious disorders occurred although a bomb exploded downtown Government spokesmen said every effort would be made to run down the assailants Reports that four men who led i the attack were captured by ABCs j and burned to death in their autoi CHARGE WITCHCRAFT Mrs Anna Juried was arrest ed in Milwaukee and accused by the state medical board of mal practice She allegedly attempt ed witchcraft in efforts to pre vent the birth of a child Asso ciated Press 1 Killed and 12 Others Hurt in Factory Blast Ford Plant Explosion Sprays Molten Metal Four Are Badly Burned DETROIT June 18 ex plosion in the foundry department of the Ford Motor company plant sprayed molten metal over 13 workj men today one of them being fatal ly burned and four others gravely hurt Walter Titsworth died several hours after the accident Harry Bennett head of the ser vice department of the Ford com pany said a napthaline tank spilled overflowing on to hot metal below the balcony on which the tank rest ed The molten metal exploded he said covering the workmen Tivo hundred men were at work in the department but all except the 13 escaped injury Most seriously hurt were John Evans John Meah Martin Kayuk RAIL LABOR ACT Measure Main Block as Senate Passes Relief Appropriation WASHINGTON June IS I Democratic leaders today drew President Roosevelt into the effort to break the legislative log jam and get an adjournment of congi ess declaring he favored letting the railroad labor bill go over until the next session of congress This measure appeared to be the main impediment to adjournment late today The senate already had sent to the white house the more than general ielie appropriation taking it up by a to 39 vote ahead of the bill for a board to mediate rail labor dis putes House All Through The house meanwhile had adopt ed an adjournment resolution and approved a compromise with the senate on the FrazierLemke fatin mortgage relief bill Senator Rob inson D Ark promised a vote on that as a concession to reach adjournment Earlier the controverted bill amending banking laws in various respects a key factor in the Satur day night jam that blocked art journment then had been with drawn In what he called a frank state ment to the senate Senator Rob inson democratic leader sought to forestall a vote on the rail labor bill by asserting he had conferred with the president and the cniet executive waiited JhebjU over ratiier tfian sion Home Aid BUI TJp The democratic leader drew the president into the complicated sit uation when Chairman Dill the interstate commerce committee sug gested he would like to move to take up the rail labor bill Should the Robinson move meet success the senate then faced action on the bill to ease home building and repair considered a preatl journment essential by the admin istration The senate in no time at all ap proved the Kerr bill for control of certain tobacco production by tax ation but it had to go back to the house for action on amendments Finish in Sight Senate leaders were hopeful of adjournment tonight Should long filibuster speeches intervene how ever these plans could easily go awry President Roosevelt meanwhile and Mr Vartanina They received grave burns that Bennett said may j went his own busy way outwardly prove fatal Others injured were Jesse Mor mobile were denied by police Rafael Escalona allegedly one the four spoke by radio from a hospital to deny the report gan D Strand P Hazard John Gross Otto Totcke K Kostegian Luther Corley and Joe Duslak One man was lulled ir a separate accident at the Ford plant this morning He was Russell Clark who was caught in a conveyor belt He died in tlie plant hospital Supreme Court Will Hear Arguments on Appeal of Grattan claims that it must impose its will in the realm of religion and severe ly criticized muzzling of the press He took issue with nationwide campaign of Dr Joseph Goebbels minister of propaganda another of Hitlers leading advisors against MJi PPvpr f grousers and croakers iYiaUd fever Pantm wavnerl noainqt radi 1 O uiauae JMBHU ai ueuunui IUCHI cal Death in SlOUX City j of the G A R and affiliated they held the possibility of a new I gamzations Have been active class war SIOUX CITY June Grattan s Excessive use of slogans and the ta fever a malady which doctors belief that the people might be uniti here assert is rare in this section of ed by terrorism were denounced by i the country caused the death of Le the vice chancellor who also serves land R Ralya local druggist as minister of air One Political Party He criticized the attempt to have one political party rule Germany in i stead of making the new Germany I the real peoples state Von Papen frankly admitted that the reichs government is not de ceiving itself about the fact that the rich treasure of confidence which at least unconcerned over the mixed up capitol situation He studied bills just arrived at the white house signing one authoriz ing 5522000000 for road construc tion over a three year span As one of the final decisions iFuChod today without difficulty congress authorized the trade com mission to continue its utilities in vestigation until January 1936 Injured by Collision DBS MOINES June IS zel Lertz 45 of Council Bluffs and Mrs Josephine Van Houteii 0 of Des Moines suffered slight injur ies in an automobile collision DES MOINES June 18 full bench of the state supreme court is scheduled tomorrow to hear j argument of the appeal of Martin T Grattan Civil war veteran who was convicted in the slaying of i Claude Mead at Decorah Members or in behalf and James Willett 88 year old former com mander of the Iowa G A R is scheduled to carry his appeal to the court WORD BOOKLET the German people bestowed upon it is ta danger i The government is well inform ed he continued about all in the j nature of selfishness lack of char acter untruth ungentlemanliness aad arrognance that is trying to spread out under the cover of the j German revolution Responsible for As one of those responsible for Heat So Intense London Judge Removes His Wig Slovenliness in speech is a badge of vulgarity that can be removed only by eternal vigilance Similarly misspelling words reflects upon one who is guilty of it The Wotd Book1 is a concur guide to correct speecn and writing in treating words frequently mispro nounced misspelled 01misused by the average person Because slips of the tongue are more numeraus than slips of the pen special cnie should be taken to avoid them In close six cents to cover coat and postage Use coupon She events when the nazis went into Brought 500 Turn ic 3 rolmnn iUrch brooms LONDON June 18 is all must irregular Lord Merrivale that famous I judge actually discarded his wig in court today The most dignified po lice in the world as represented by the bobbies at Rochester discarded their tunics and directed traffic in their shirtsleeves As England steamed through an other humid day with no rain in sight to relieve the countrywide police firmed with guarded the Ascot heath and racecourse from the dan ger of fire At 1 p in the temperature in j London was 81 degrees in the the shade one degree higher than yesj terday A guard was kept everywhere against wastage of water Prayers were offered for rain in churches throughout the country i yesterday King George set an example hy ordering discontinuance of the wat eringof the royal gardens at Wind Mason City GlobeGazette Information bureau Frederic 1 Hnskin director Washington D C I inclose G cents in coin i care lullv wrapped i for the Word Booklet Name Street City State iMnil to Washington 1A   

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