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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 19, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                iLON E R I 5 M E M C i T OF I A f c I r i i North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH JLOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 19 1934 SECTION ONE NO 217 lowans in Washington Administration Had Support of Demo Congressmen By DON McGUIRE ASHINGTON June 19 Iowas first dem ocratic congres sional delegation in the states his tory contributed its almost unfail ing support to the administra tions policies during the ses sion just closed One senator and six represen tatives out of the delegation went through the ses sion with consis tent support for the president when called upon to cast a vote on a matter of admin istration policy Over in the senate the session lias been a constant war of ideas be tween the two Iowa members with democratic Senator Murphy uphold ing the new deal and Republican Senator Dickinson as consistently opposing it Dickinson staunch defender of the Hoover policies in the 1932 campaign and now one of the bit terest Roosevelt foes in congress has fought the administration pro gram throughout the session asa threat to constitutonal liberties Fights Emergency Units His frequent speeches on the floor have been directed against the agricultural adjustment admin istration the national recovery ad ministration and other emergency units set up under the recovery pro gram He has charged that too much power is being delegated to the ad ministrative officers of the govern ment Two of his last big stands were in his fights against the tariff bill and the confirmation of Rex lord CtSisv Tugwell as undersecretary SHIPSTEAD AND OLSON VICTORS 7 Billion Dollar Congress Comes to End RENOMINATED In the fateSfllTJ chafes 7that he Had reversed his own stand on the flexible tariff he repeatedly op posed empowering the president to raise or lower duties at his discre tion He replied to the democrats that they had reversed their own stand as much as he in that they had fought the flexible tariff provi sions of the SmootHawley act Murphy Backs Administration Dickinson gave a long speech zigainst Tugwell in opposing confir mation branding Tugwell and oth ers of the brain trust1 as danger ous to the future security of the na tion He declared that too much power is being centralized in the hands of Tugwell and others and told the democrats that I am much more of a states rights man than many of you Across the aisle with the demo cratic majority Senator Murphy stood with the administration on every major test He made few speeches on the floor but when the roll was called he stood with the party Murphy was an active member of the committee on agriculture and forestry and was one of those in Tnrn to Page 3 Column 1 DRAMATIC COUP BY INSURGENTS MADE AT CLOSE Rail Labor Act Passed Senator Huey Long in Farewell Sally By CECIL B DICKSON WASHINGTON June 19 The seventythird new deal con gress which among other things appropriated an estimated 6SOO 000000 passed into history today Its finale which came at oclock last night Central Standard wasmarked by a dramatic coup by insurgents and an uproar ious farewell sally by Senator Huey Long The congress besides appropriat ing nearly seven billion sum without peacetime equal prob ably in the records of any congress or parliament in the history of the world guaranteed an estimated seven billion dollars in home mort gages and farm bonds set up a two billion dollar stabilization fund passed thousands of bills approved between six and eight thousand nominations and ratified a score of treaties Independents Arise The surprising end came last night after party independents arose in the senate and smote op position to the DillCrosser bill to set up anational board to concil and employers in their hdisagreehienlsin7the railway indus try President Roosevelt and party leadershad wanted the bill to go over to the next congress for they feared final action would mean a prolonged session The insurgents however with such senators as Wheeler DMont and La Follette RWis in the forefront kept driv ing ahead for action overcoming a oreman filibuster by Senator Hast ings RDel and finally winning against the opposition of adminis tration leaders Part Guarantees administrations housing pro gram providing for part govern ment guarantees of loans for home building and repair and other meas ures to set the construction ball rolling was the last major item to gc through Earlier the FrazieLemke bill per mitting a virtual six year morator ium on farm mortgages had passed the final stages of enactment A filibuster by Senator Long DLa Turn to Page 3 Column 1 F R Makes His Plans to Stan Cruise Studies Bills Passed by Congress That He Must Sian i WASHINGTON June 19 j President Roosevelt and the state department are inquiring into the proposal of Great Britain to imj pound the trade profits of Germany to offset the refusal of that govern ment to pay foreign debts It has been decided definitely that the government has the power to do this but whether it will take action has not been decided This was made known today at the presidents semiweekly presa conference along with word that Mr Roosevelt had arranged a meeting with Secretary Perkins and Sena tor Wagner D N T to organize the new labor setup under the emer gency legislation passed by con BY289VOTESON OFFICIAL COUNT G 0 P Convention to Decide on Lieutenant Governor Choice DES MOINES June 19 margin of 289 votes won C A Ben son of Elkader the republican nom ination for congress in the fourth district the official canvass showed today Benson had 16144 votes to 15855 for King R Palmer of West Union The official count Palmer gress Expects Elections Pending the talk with his labor aides the president said he expected the elections by workers to select representatives for dealing with employers to start as fast as prac ticable However he does not expect the elections to be held in all plants simultaneously or even within 10 days but they are to be as fast as time and facilities permit The labor legislation just enacted permits the president to appoint mediation boards to adjust labor dis putes involving collective bargain mg Deluged by 200 bills passed in the closing hours of the session the president scattered the new measures out today to the vari ous departments for examination and will sign them during the 10 days allowed by the constitution The silver measure will be signed tonight at p m an hour when all money exchanges are closed Keport on Fotilois He expects to study the new legis lation while on his forthcoming trip to New England and New York and probably will sign some of the bills while out of the city In response to inquiries the pres ident said he had not read a report Allamakee Buchanan Cerro Gordo Chickasaw Clayton Delaware Fayette Floyd Howard Mitchell Winnishiek Worth 1337 1589 2076 1252 917 2904 1251 837 902 1563 606 Benson 971 996 2501 1140 1971 1042 1203 1017 753 1073 1797 1074 of the house recommending military committee dismissal of Maj Rainey Puts Out Man Sized Smokes When Reporters Drop In WASHINGTON June 19 Newspaper reporters enjoyed a man sized smoke on Speaker Rainey As they approached him last night for a statement about the congressional journeys end he dug into a box three feet long From it he distributed cigars eight inches long and an inch and a half thick FORECAST IOWA Increasing cloudiness probably showers Wednesday and in extreme west portion Tuesday night Warmer in south central portion Tuesday night cooler in west and cen tral portions Wednesday MINNESOTA Showers prob ably Tuesday night and Wed nesday cooler near Lake Su perior Tuesday night cooler in southwest portion Wednesday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 2t hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesdav morning Maximum Monday Minimum in Night At 8 A M Tuesday fi Gen Benjamin D Foulois as chief of the air corps He offered no comment on this but did show interest in the fact that the committee also was making a report on the Port Newark supply Again he offered no comment Appointment of the stock ex change communications and hous ing organizations has been post poned by the president until his re turn here next Monday from his trip to New Haven New London and Hyde Park j Plans Hawaii Cruise The president said today he ex i pected to sail on his cruise to Ha waii between June 30 and July 4 I He added that he would have I lunch with the president of Panama and with the president of Colombia 1 in their countries Mr Roosevelt said the drought sit uation appeared to be little but no worse on the whole AMES TO CARRY HOPES OF G 0 P Will Oppose Governor Brann for Executive Chair in Maine PORTLAND Maine June 19 Alfred K Ames a 67 year old re tired lumberman will carry the re publican hopes to regain the gov ernorship of Maine in the fall elec tions Ames was nominated over three n utn 11 jj other candidates in yesterdays scribed as showing some total vote required to nominate The ofnclal totals for Total 15855 16144 In the repuoiican lieutenant gov ernors race which will go to con vention J A Nelson was high man with 68699 votes Harry B Thompson of Muscatine was sec ond with 64297 George W Pat terson of Burt third and G E Cresa of with 62649 Mason City Old Grand Dad muses Mike Vankovich local car sales man as he views his purchase from the state liquor store the iirst legal purchase of liquor in Mason City in 50 and engraving by Kayenay Mason City in the corn belt which was de Kraschel Not Opposed Lieut Gov Nels Kraschel opposed received 111805 votes for j renomination as the democratic j candidate The complete vote on the con gressional contests as announced today was First district Eicher D Childs R 9293 Hicklin R 14004 Second district Jacobsen D 9325 Koob D 6700 Andelfinger R 13410 Third district Willford D 7716 Van Metre D 4399 Seeman D 1235 Johnson R 3211 Mak R 5028 McGreevy R 3181 Gwynne R 11205 Ontjes R 5582 Fourth district Biermann D 13682 Palmer R 15855 Benson R 16144 Fifth district Farritz D 12667 Thurston R 32135 Sixth district Utterback D 6337 Crocker D 1721 Dyer D 1038 Fisher D 958 Dowell R 18643 Hauge R 11316 Klein R 2780 Meyers and Gilchrist Seventh district Wearin D 11174 Welch D 1909 Parson D 5655 Swanson R 18100 Henry R 9334 Utman R 2935 Eighth district Meyers D 12700 Gilchrist R 27709 Ninth district Gillette D 13 241 Brady R 5401 De Wolf R 9139 Hunter R 7792 McBride R 12652 Harry B Dunlap of George A Huffman of Des Moines were shown to have won the demo cratic nomination for railroad com missioner Dunlap and Huffman Their totals 36180 for Dunlap and 36494 for Huffman gave them the 1714 per cent of the Income Seen Its to Troubles Psychology to Happy Family Life in V S IOWA CITY June 19 family life in the United States can be reestablished by providing a continuous source of income but not through psychology Prof Paul Douglas of the University of Chi cago said here today Speaking before several hundred persons who attended the opening session of the University of Iowa child welfare conference the Chi cago economics professor declared that efforts to build up morals in the chaos of depression are doomed to failure Professor Douglas said I believe that psychiatrists and people inter ested in family relationships are merely idealists if they believe that they can get people to adopt the proper mental attitudes no matter how strong the buffets of fate might be That is the type of faith which finds root easily in an opti mistic country like America where we tend to believe that if you only LIQUOR LEGALLY SOLDHEREAGAIN AFTER 50 YEARS Customers Armed With Blue Permit Books at State Store For the first time m aO years the legal sale of liquor was permitted in Mason City Tuesday as the pop ping of corks in five Iowa cities her alded the return to the state of John Barleycorn from nn exile of 18 years Customers armed with blue per mit books filed into the state liquor store 1115 First street southeast shortly after 11 oclock the opening time for four of the states first five stores at Mason City Marshalltown Atlantic and Oelwcin and made their first legal purchases of al coholic beverages The Des Moines store opened at 9 oclock Purchases First Bottle Mike Yankovich salesman for a local garage purchased the first bottle of liquor sold legally in Ma fon City in more than 50 years Tuesday shortly after the local state store 1115 First street east was opened His purchase a i half pint of Old Grandad whisky was made for S175 j As soon as the doors were opened Mr Yankovich entered and filled j out his order blank while other i prospective patrons were gazing at the bulletin board He had made his pnrchasVand was out of the build ing before the next customer had j filled out his order It was then sev eral moments until a farmer resid ing nine miles south of Mason City decided to purchase tvo pints of Belle of Nelson whisky j Third patron on the list was W i I Chapman of the Chapman furni ture store Then the line of pur chasers increased rapidly Curiosity drew a number of the citys busi ness and professional men into the store where a discussion of brands blends prices etc continued throughout the morning and part of the afternoon No Demonstration Held No display of any kind was made of the liquors sold The crowd was orderly and entirely lacking of any boisterous demonstration and the demand for hard liquor was not so acute as had been expected accord ing to the opinions of most of the spectators at the opening No women were in the morning crowd which was made up prin cipally of spectators rather than customers A few women were seen in the afternoon The reception was also casual in the opening of state retail stores in Des Moines Marshalltown Atlantic and Oelwein The stores are the first of a sys tem of 27 which the state enjoying a complete monopoly in retail sale GOVERNOR OLSON ENTER PAIR OF LOCAL STORES Confectionary Stand Broken Into and Merchandise Is Taken Two burglary attempts in Mason City Monday night resulted in the theft of approximately two dollars worth of merchandise from a con fectionery stand while the second attempt was halted by a heavy meat slab which rested upon the basement floor of the O B Govig grocery 516 Carolina avenue south REPUBLICANS OF MINNESOTA PUT HOPE ON NELSON Austin Man Walks Away With Nomination for Governorship ST PAUL June 19 Seuator Henrik Shipstead farmerlaboritf apparently had won renominction for United States senator in Minne sotas primary election Monday as rural returns came in today to give him a 60000 majority over Con gressman Francis H shoemaker with nearly half of the precincU re porting In the democratic race Congress man Einar Hoidale was pilinj up i large lead over Lewis E Lohman of St Paul and N J Holmberg former state commissioner of agri culture dairy and food maintained a 10000 vote majority over Torn Davis Minneapolis attorney in the republican race Gov Floyd B Olson leader of the farmlabor party was over whelmingly renominated over John Lind Fairmont farmer with nearly 10 to 1 lead Olson is run ning for his third two year guber natorial term Regan Lends Sehllpin i The democratic race for governor j was close with John E Regan of Mankato successful nominee two years ago holding a 7000 lead over the St Cloud newspaper publisher Fred Schilpin and the other six candidates trailing far behind 1 Martin A Nelson of Austin ap parently was the successful repub lican nominee f or with a j7 to 1 leadjoyer oppoi j nent A B j Returns from 1739 precincts out of 3696 in the state for governor I show Farmerlabor John Lind lj032 Floyd B Olson 114948 Republican Martin A Nelson 58360 Edgar B Bernard 7 S3 B Gilbert 8524 Knute O San dum 5609 Democrat Silas M Bryan 9679 Matthew F Eusterman 2 984 James T Hcgland 3518 Joseph 1 Moriarty 4718 Albert Pfaender 18731 John E Regan 15026 Fred Schilpin 38310 Oliver Skellet 17 955 Shipstciid Far Ahead Returns from 1655 out of the states 3696 precincts for United States senator show Farmerlabor Henrik Shipstead 92280 Francis H Shoemaker 32632 Republican Tom Davis 32176 N J Holmberg 42684 Democratic Einar Hoidale 80 420 Lewis iij Lohmann 31733 The democrats were piling up their greatest primary vote in the history of the state according to the ratio of votes reported from one third of the state indicating the to tal vote will double the 105000 dem Turn to 3 Colum will have in operation in the next Ames and j raarv election while the democrats I ment renominated Gov Louis J Brann Mr Roogevelt also is considering j who was unopposed Brann is the first democrat to be elected gover nor of Maine in 16 years He was unopposed United States Senator Frederick Hale republican was renominated by a comfortable majority over Louis A Jack whose campaign ap peal was to the liberal elements of the party The democrats nominat ed F Harold committeeman Dubord national In the third congressional district former Gov Ralph O Brewsters triumph over Frank M Hume of Houlton for the republican nomina tion to congress set the stage for a renewal of his historic political feud with Representative John G Utter back democrat Utterback who was renominated without opposition defeated Brew ster two years ago by a margin of 243 votes Charging fraud and ir regularities Brewster fought to have the democrat denied his cer tificate of election and finally waged an unsuccessful battle to persuade the house of representa tives to deny him his seat extension of the activities of the SCOTLAND YARD TRACES MYSTERY Legs and Torso of Woman Not Those of Missing American Lawyer LONDON June 19 dis two weeks Other stores will open as soon as they are stocked First Sold in Des Moines i i f The first purchase was made in i Norman Resor high school student the Des Moines store by W C Har The burglary had occurred at some bach of Des Moines at about time after o clock Monday east ocratic ballots cast in the peak pri At the confectionery stand sit rnary of two years ago uated at Eleventh andVederal ave1 According to the same return nue north 15 bars and 20 the farmerlabor vote also will ex ages of chewing gum were j ceed the previous high of 1932 when taken from the stand operated by Turn lo Paptc 3 Column 61 I when he bought a bottle of sherry Dick R Lane a member of the night for it was then that Resor closed up his stand The door of iv iiiii a iticiiiuci vno i j state liquor control commission the stand closed only by a nail had I Diet Proportions governments Cuban trade bank to include loans to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands Constitutional Question It was made known that depart ment of agriculture experts are rais ing a constitutional question on the Taylor grazing bill and President Roosevelt will confer with them be fore signing it Ths measure would give the secre tary of interior control over the pub lic domain to conserve grazing land The constituional question is whether easements to water holes are temporary or permanent The bill makes them permanent and the department fears this is contrary to a supreme court decision Mr Roosevelt has not decided whether he will sign the bill Confirms Iowa Postmasters WASHINGTON June 19 The senate confirmed the following postmasters Iowa Dubuque An thony F Schrup Fort Des Moines i Gerry M Houghham 581 Ostbv 17009 and Schmidt j covery of a womans legs in London 33764 Unopposed for renomination on the democratic ticket for attorney j and a womans torso in Brighton put Scotland Yard on the trail to general E L 110758 votes OConnor received In the republican race which goes to convention the vote was given as Naglestad 74 776 Shaw 68436 Swan 56480 and Mowry 48987 Mrs Miller Wins For secretary of state Mrs Alex Miller incumbent won renomina tion on the democratic ticket by a vote of 80964 while the total of her rival Robert L Jones of Des Moines was 46580 The vote by which G C Greenwalt unopposed won the republican nomination was handled the first order i As liquor dispensing got under persons entering way the committee of 12 of the Iowa i temperance council meeting in Des i Moines had gone on record as manding that the state administra tion keep its promise that no hard liquor be sold in counties and cities which do not want stores been pried open by the person or day of one of Englands weirdest I Although Mason Cit murder mysteries There were only meager clews Both the legs and the torso were wrapped in brown wrapping papet and authorities were virtually cer tain they belonged to the same per son Four letters ford were writ ten on the paper at Brighton with a blue pencil detectives believed might serve as a signboard in the search for the slayer Scotland Yard said however val uable information had been di vulged by a person sworn to se 231 083 i crccy Former Gov Dan W Turner won The chief of police of Brighton 1 after another examination of the been a stronghold of the dry forces race 3 Column 3 The problems of food selection of ten cause the conscientious house wife a good deal of worry Adt Burglarized 5 Times i quacy wholesomeness attractive The Govig grocery which had been ness and cost must all be considered last The government booklet GooJ I Proportions in the Diet cover thoroughly every detail of food se f lection It tells what kinds of ioori store Police believe the attempt are needed gives the proportions was made about 11 oclock for a and amounts of food required and suggests a number of menus for well balanced meals Inclose four cent to cover postage and handling Use coupon day night resulted in no material loss for O B Govig proprietor of the Turn to Pfiftc 3 Column It Former Gov Dan W Turner won the republican nomination for gov ernor polling 368 per cent of the vote cast of torso saiil there was no possibility it was that of Miss Agnes Tufver son missing American lawyer No scars birthmarks or wounds Infant Apparently Dead for Over 2 Hours Lives j NEW YORK June 19 nalin chloride potent primer of the tiny heart of a baby who for more than two hours apparently was dead pulsated rhythmically today This six pound day old daughter of Mrs Esther Ranch was born yesterday with an umbilical cori tightly twisted about her neck To human engine Eyelids stirred The heart beat feebly j Down on his knees went the doc tor his lips over the babys mouth Minute after minute he breathed into the girls lungs forcing the tiny chest to expand cmtrnct When he was exhausted a nurse b therre Tarn to Pant 3 Colamn R were found the officer said al I appeirince said 0r Bernzd Zaglin she was dead Into the babys thigh Dr Zaglin j took his place For two hours they injected alpha loblin to promote j alternated at the childs side respiration Into the bnbys heart I Then ramo a familiar cry The ho pressuil a needle carrying adrci baby lived i Mason City GlobeGazette Information bureau Frederic J Haskin director Washington D C I nclose four cents in coin carefully wrapped for the booklet Good Proportions in tht Diet Name Street City State iMiiil to Washington D C FROM BUTCHER BOY TO CHAMPION OF THE WORLD MAX BAERS LIFE IN PICTURESSTARTS IN THE SPORTS SECTIONIN THIS 1SSUK   

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