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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 28, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                E R HIS MEM A ART D C f T OK I 0 V A North Iowas DAILY PAPER for the Home THE NEWSFAPEK THAT MAKES ALL NORTH tOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE 28 1934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO Tour Will Be Dignified Ballyhoo Not to Be Overdone in Trip of Fletcher By HERBERT PLUMMEB ASHINGTON June 28 The forthcoming tour of the coun try planned by Henry P Fletch er new chair man of the re publican national committee will tie conducted on a dignified plane Therell be a certain amount of ballyhoo of course in an at tempt to get out the crowds in the cities where he makes a speech but it wont be overdone The truth of the matter is the whole thing is to be very informal Outside of the scheduled address in Jackson Mich on July 7 commem orating the eightieth anniversary of the founding of the republican par ty no definite plans are in sight at present Fletcher himself isnt certain where he will go next He has no elaborate itinerary mapped out Hell visit key cities as time ant opportunity permit The underlying purpose of his proposed tour is not so much t make speeches as to meet politica leaders in various parts of the coun try and let them see him Dny After Election He didnt get to Chicago until the day after he was elected chairman Many members of the national com mittee left the city for their homes the night before his arrival Its to make personal contact with these and other republican leaders throughout the country which prompted him to decide to go trav As one republican official states it The boys out in the country know Henry principally for his rept titation as a diplomat They want to see what he lookslike as a poli tician Then too there is feeling on the part of many in the party that Fletchers appearance in certain the far in removing any remaining dissatisfaction that an eastern was chosen to head the committee Despite suggestions republican headquarters should be moved to Chicago for better contact with the in the coming congressional and 1936 presidential campaigns it definitely has been decided to keep the main offices in Washington Branch headquarters will be set up in Chicago SpellBinding Out In the few weeks the white haired handsome has been chairman of the commit tee Fletcher has given no indica tion of injecting high pressure or spellbinding tactics in his conduct of the job It seems his idea of being nation al chairman of the committee is to play the role of the silent behind thescenes organizer and let others shoot off the fireworks Ballyhoo i distasteful to him as ib the old idea that the chairman is the partys front Perhaps his observation on a re mark once made by Charles G Dawes best illustrates Fletchers modus operand Dawes when am bassador to England remarked that diplomacy was easy on the brains but hell on the feet When Fletch er was asked his reactions he re plied It all depends upon which you use P MIT L E D Iowa Heat Wave Claims Third Victim in Death KIOTS INCREASE uAcnupirv IIMI Poland Goal 59 COMMUNITIES BLOCK MILWAUKEE STREETCARS Clinics Not Lawful DES MOINES June 28 Op eration of birth control clinics in Iowa is contrary to Iowa law the office of Attorney General OConnor held here in an opinion MASON CITY HAS MERE 99 MOST CITIES OVER 100 Six Women Overcome by Extreme Heat at Davenport There werent any cool spots in Iowa Thursday Mason City being one of the least hot with a mere 99 degrees after its 104 degree June record of Wednesday The scorching heat wave which sent Iowa temperatures up above the 100 mark Thursday had claim ed three lives Arthur Wax 36 Des Momes was the third victim of the suns blaz ing rays Stricken late Wednesday he died Thursday of heat prostra tion in a Des Moines hospital The mounting temperatures pre viously had caused the deaths of A L Deeds Ottumwa businessman and Wilfred Coates 54 farmer of near Dubuque No Relief in Sight Little immediate relief was in as the temperature continued o smash previous June records for the state In addition to the deaths several prostrations were reported Cedar Rapids reported a temper ature of 105 shortly after 1 p m Burlington Clinton and Iowa City 104 Fort Dodge 103 Ottumwa Marshalltown and Dubuque 102 Charles City and Waterloo 101 Council Bluffs 100 and Muscatine 91 Six women were overcome Davenport by the heat Thursday afternoon while working at the American Red Cross supply sta tion Because of the extreme heat it was necessary to close the sta tion for the remainder of the day Employed Under FERA The women were employed under the FERA and were engaged in sewing andmending clothing for the Red Cross Altogether there are 50 women employed at the station Those who were overcome were Mrs Helen Warner Mrs Esther Veach Mrs Catherine Coffman Mrs Alta Yoke Mrs Bertha Clas pell and Mrs Gretna Isaacson They were given treatment by Dr E O Ficke and removed tr their homes in private cars and thi city ambulance Charles D Reed chief of th weather bureau announced that th chances are 94 out of 100 that Jul will be drier than normal this year Rain Below Normal Reed referred to statistics whic showed that 16 out of the 17 hottes June in Iowa were followed by be low normal rainfall during July He said if the July precipitatio is only a little below normal con dition of crops will not be seriousl affected but if rainfall drops sharp ly during July serious damage is likely to result The normal June precipitation for Iowa is 373 inches Reed said The scorching heat of Wednesday shattered most June heat records at weather bureau stations and many reported new alltime highs Reed said Four heat prostrations were re ported two in Des Moines one at Sioux City and one at Council Bluffs Poland Goal of Brothers InOceanHop Promised Fine Flying Weather for Next 48 Hours PORT AUX BASQUES Nfld June 28 Warsaw the plane in which the Adamowicz Brothers embarked today on a flight to Poland was sighted over this point at p m eastern NORMA MILLEN Wife of Machine Gun Killer Faces Prison Sentence Daughter of Former Iowa Minister Convicted as Murder Aide Mass June 28 Norma Millen daughter of a for mer Iowa minister and mate of a machine gunner was convicted to day of being an accessory after the act of robbery and murder Her trial which lasted six days ended shortly after midnight with conviction on three indictments Normas husband Murton Millen leader of the trio his brother Irv ing and Abraham Faber all were convicted recently of murder 2 Policemen Slain Their convictions arose from the robbery of the Needham Trust com pany in which two policemen fell mortally wounded in the snow on a frosty February day The Norfolk county jury deliber ated more than seven hours before it reached a decision Judge Nel son P Brown was summoned and Norma at the Grey Stone jail that rises above the trees not far away made ready The dimly lit courtroom was crowded Outside more than 3000 persons strained at ropes as Norma came on the arm of a deputy Jury Files In The jury filed in then the judge The clerk arose What do you say Mr Foreman is the defendant guilty or not guilty Guilty Norma standing erect stared straight ahead No sentence was pronounced and court was adjourned swiftly She will come again before the bar next fall to hear the sentence It can be at its very worst 21 years in prison It was expected that appeals would be filed by her counsel George A Douglas standard The plane was holding an easterly course To Visit Ancestral Home BROOKLYN N Y June 28 T Adamowicz brothers Ben jamin and Joseph silent partners in business and in flying took off at eastern standard time today on a flight to Po land their ancestral home Promised fine flying weather for he next 48 hours they headed for Harbor Grace Newfoundland there o refuel and turn out across the Atlantic to their native land They were accompanied in their red white and blue monoplane by Hoiger Hoiriis who flew to Copenhagen in 1931 in the same Miss Liberty was to leave the brothers at Harbor Grace Early Morning Haze Their great ship rumbled down 3000 feet of the 4100 foot runway before finally lifting heavily into 59 COMMUNITIES REPRESENTED IN DAIRY MEETING Iowa State Brand Holds Annual Session at Plant Here Fiftynine communities in a score of North Iowa counties were repre sented at the annual meeting of the Iowa State Brand Creameries Inc held Thursday at the great central plant of that cooperative organi zation at the southwest edge of the air After rising to only about 50 feet it mushed down but then gathered altitude and rose safely to disappear in the early morning haze to thenorth Only about 100 persona were at the Floyd Bennett airport when the brothers prompt in their air ap pointments as they are in business arrived from their home at just 5 oclock eastern standard time They wheeled their plane from its hangar five minutes later warmed it up and were off while two fire trucks and an ambulance stod by in the event of any emergency Over Great Circle Their prospective route would car ry them to Harbor Grace in 10 hours then over the great circle route to Dublin Berlin and Warsaw They carried six sandwiches a dozen hardboiled eggs and coffee Hoiriis said the brothers would set forth from Harbor Grace just as soon as they get tanked up Benjamin 36 years old and mar ried and Joseph 39 and single have been flying since 1927 Mason City The morning was given over to annual reports and other items of business at noon there was a dairy luncheon served with the compliments of the association and in the afternoon there was a formal program consisting of music and addresses by a number of distin guished speakers Thompson on Program Speakers included John Thomp son editor of Wallaces Farmer and Iowa Homestead on The Doctrine of Plenty Prof T W Schultz head of the department of agricul tural economics at Iowa State col lege on Iowa Agriculture as Af fected by Present Economic Condi tions and George Godfrey assist ant to the president in agriculture Iowa State college on The Farm ers Problems Dr M Mortensen head of the department of dairy in dustry at Ames and Prof A W eam in Rudnisk in charge of the creai were also heard i brief talks O K Storre of Kensett presi dent was in charge of both fore noon and afternoon sessions Despite adverse economic condi tions the report made by R O Storvick manager was a symbol of large and encouraging achievement The net income for the year was shown to be which was cut up into dividends and rebates as follows Dividends on Stock Dividend on preferred stock 8 per cent Dividend on common stock 8 per cent Patronage rebates on supplies 7 per cent Patronage rebates on butter 9 cents a hundred Despite these divisions was available for addition to the existent surplus of in LANGER LEADS PRIMARY VOTE North Dakotas Convicted Governor Apparently Renominated FARGO N Dak June 28 The campaign of vindication of William Langer North Dakotas convicted governor bore fruit today when returns from Wednesdays primary showed his apparent re FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Thurs day night and Friday not quite so warm in northeast portion Thursday night MINNESOTA Generally fair cooler in extreme east portion Thursday night Friday partly cloudy cooler near lake Su perior LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 104 Minimum in Night 0 At 8 A M Thursday 81 Wednesdays heat set a record for June in Mason City and came with in a degree of the seasons record of 105 registered on the final day of May Thursday morning the wind was in the a likely herald of cooler weather 15 GARS LEAVE HANSELL TRACK Several in Train Turn Over on Chicago and Great Western HANSELL June cars in a freight train left the track of the Chicago and Great Western Thursday afternoon two miles east of Hansell and some of them turned over The wreck however occurred on fairly level ground and the dam age to the cars was not considered great Thirtyeight cars behind those involved in the wreck re mained on the track Several feet of track were torn out j Roosevelt to Make One of His Periodic Reports to Nation WASHINGTON June 28 President Roosevelt will make one of his periodic reports to the na tion over the radio at oclock central standard time tonight It is expected to deal with events of the last six months and prospects i for the future The president still hopes to get away Saturday to start his Hawaii an cruise but if there is too much work he will delay unti Monday creasing it to The organizations amazing growth was reflected in this table of butter sales in pounds for the past seven years lomination Facing probable Enter Judging Contest FAULKNER June Ed Eachen and D H Lynch who were among the five best cream judges at Hadleys picnic went to Mason City Thursday to enter the judging contest at the Iowa State Brand Creamery convention Premier of Alberta Denies Charges Made by His Stenographer EDMONTON Alta June 28 P first witness for the defense J E Brownlee premier of Alberta today denied all allegations of mis conduct brought against him by Miss Vivian MacMillan young stenographer formerly employed in the attorney generals office challenging his right to hold office or to have his name placed on the ballot in the November general elec tion the states chief executive rrd what appeared to be a decisive lead over T H Thoresen candidate of the antiLanger faction of the non partisan league and State Senator James P Cain for the republican gubernatorial nomination Returns from 819 precincts out of 2242 gave Langer 42096 Thoresen 22701 Cain 19504 Governor Langer must appear be fore Judge Andrew Miller in federal court Friday for sentence on his convention for misusing federal re lief funds The maximum penalty is two years imprisonment a fine of S10000 or both United States Senator Lynn J Frazier candidate for the republi can nomination with the indorse ment of both the Langer and anti Langer factions of the league held an overwhelming lead over his two opponents C S Buck and Nelson 192728Less than 150000 Lbs 1928294197067 1929305460456 193031 8021956 1193132 11820312 133233 13009132 19333414040072 Current assets were listed Manager Storvick at 547089722 consisting of in curren assets and 511310781 in fixed as sets Set off against liabilities these revealed a net worth of 28291 Increase for Tear Mr Storvicks report showed increase of 10 patron creameries the past year nine of them i court action Bremer Fayette and Clayton coun ties in the northeast corner of th state There have been only tw withdrawals Just as we have strengthene ourselves by the addition of cream eries he continued we have als expanded our eastern distribution During this past year particula progress has been made in York Schenectad and Troy territory also in Philade phia Boston and New York Citj Despite a sharp decline in deman from our largest print customer ou print volume has nevertheless in reased During this past year al most 50 per cent of the butter handled was marketed in the form of prints From 10 to 15 per cent Mason The incumbents J H Sinclair and William Lemke held early leads for the republican congressional nominations Returns from 819 precincts gave for congressman Bond 6150 Bur dick 19141 Hall 12877 Lemke 03095 Sinclair 19423 Five streetcar lines were blocked by a crowd of several thousand persons as Milwaukee traction officials sought to keep lines open despite an employes strike Here a streetcar is shown being escorted from the barns by police with pickets standing nearby Associated Press Alabama Supreme Court Upholds Death Sentences TT Sets Execution Date in Scottsborp Case for August 31 MONTGOMERY Ala June 28 supreme court today up icld the death sentences of Clarence lorris and Heywood Patterson Ne gro defendants in the Scottsboro case and set their date of execution or Friday Aug 31 In the case of Heywood Paterson he supreme court granted the mo ion of Attorney General Thomas E Knight Jr and struck from the the bill of exceptions in the case which contained all testimony jresented in the lower courts Not Properly Filed The attorney general had asked that the bill of exceptions be strick en out on the grounds that it was not properly filed within 90 days after final judgment in the lower ourts With the bill of exceptions strick en the supreme court was restrict ed solely to the court records and was unable to consider the merits of the case In the Norris case Associate Jus tice Lucien D Gardner overruled the contention of defense counsel that Negroes had been systemati cally excluded from the jury gee No Discrimination We are of the opinion the proof clearly shows Justice Gardner said did that the jury commissioners fairly and honestly endeavor to dis charge their duty and did not in fact discriminate against the Ne gro race in the selection of the jury list and that no provision of the federal constitution has been in fringed The Negroes two of the original nine defendants in the Scottsboro case convicted of attacking Victoria Price young white woman on a freight train near Pain Rock Ala in 1931 OMAHA COUPLE BURNS TO DEATH Auto Tips Over and Bursts Into Flames Following Headon Collision COUNCIL BLUFFS June 28 LV almost beyond recogni tion two bodies extricated from the wreckage of a flaming automobile near Loveland were identified today as Mr and Mrs Frank A Pierrard ol Omaha Homeward bound after a vacation trip to Manchester Iowa the couple was trapped in the car sifter it had collided about midnight with one occupied by F B Buckwalter Sioux City realtor and Miss Selma Nelson treasurer of his firm They were returning home from Lincoln Nebr at the time of the crash Bodies Arc Identified Identification of the bodies was made at a local mortuary by Oma ha relatives of the Pierrards Miss Nelson was unhurt Buckwalter es caped with cuts on the lip and right wrist Both were brought here by Sheriff Perry for questioning Buckwalter told officers his car was traveling north and the other south and that the one occupied by the Omaha couple struck his after zigzagging across the highway Af ter the crash the Omaha car over turned and burst into flames Woman Driving Car TROLLEY STRIKE Mayor Blames Electric Companys Officials for Trouble WASHINGTON June 2S T Settlement of the threatened Ftrike was announced today at the white house The agreement entered into with Lhe government by representatives of the employers and the employes provides for appointment of a board of three to arbitrate differences Each side has agreed to accept jurisdiction of the board President Roosevelt named the following board Judge Walter Stacey of North Carolina Rear Ad miral Henry E Wiley retired of New York and James Mullenbach of Chicago The agreement was negotiated by Miss Frances Perkins secretary of labor who received approval of her plan today by the president Carmen Are Threatened MILWAUKEE June 28 rpokesman for the Milwaukee Elec tric Railway and Light company this afternoon said it was doubtful if the company would be able to maintain streetcar service through out the afternoon Carmen were re turning trams to their barns de claring they had been followed by groups of men in automobiles who threatened them The service admittedly more than iiO per cent below normal at noon became worse during the afternoon us the cars were placed in the eheds The utility offered no objections as employes brought the spokesmandeclared they did tool want their employes to place them selves in jeopardy Many Left Stranded It appeared likely that many peo jle employed throughout the city vould be left stranded during the evening rush hour Thumbere ap neared on street corners urging mo torists to give them a lift Replying to a letter from S B Way president of the Milwaukea Electric Railway and Light com pany which notified him the city would be held liable for property damage and injuries resulting from the utility strike Daniel W Hoan socialist mayor of Milwaukee wrote Way today that be and the com pany are solely responsible for the riots that have so far blotched the ood name of this city Attitude Arrogant Charging the utility magnates attitude toward his employes the public the city and the federal gov ernment is more arrogant than that of any ruler in the world Mayor Hoan wrote you are now witnessing the harvest of pent up public indignation you yourself have aroused Caging of streetcars with protec tive wiring is in fact acting as an rjpen invitation to violence the wrote Battle in Street Street fighting the first instance of a major disorder during the day light broke out today at the Oak land avenue barns of the Milwaukee Electric Railway and Light com pany as strike pickets pulled Mo tormau John Nixon from his car and beat him and his guard John Zak Detachments of pickets kicked in the car doors swarmed into the car Turn to Tune 2 rolunin 21 Woman Badly Burned in Lighting Cigaret WATERLOO June 28 With burns covering nearly her entire body Mrs William L Mills 31 member of a show troupe exhibit Center is in serious Of pnntS irOm 1U to IJ per ueui ing au uiunuj has been marketed in the form of I condition at Allen Memorial hospi unsalted in the ripened and sweet tal Her clothing was ignited last cream form We have consequently I night while she was trying to light diversified our distribution and have i a cigaret United States Map Brady said Miss Nelson who had visited relatives in Lincoln while Buckwalter was handling a business deal was driving the latters car at the time of the accident An inquest began at a m today Orphaned by the crash is June Gripentrap 15 Omaha daughter of Mrs Pierrard by a former mar riage Cards received by Omaha friends indicated the dead couple had visited St Paul after taking Mrs pierrarus mother Mrs Ellen Baker Omaha to Manchester For reference purposes the New Map of the United States is far more convenient than a geography or an atlas It is more easily han dled and the data in which you are interested will be more readily found Every American should have a copy and it should be in every of fice and in every home UDrary In close 10 cents in coin to cover cost and handling Use coupon therefore strengthened our outlets j Quality Is Improved Continued work by the dairy ex tension service of Iowa State col lege in cream quality improvement under the direction of Prof A W Rudnick is helping materially to improve the quality of our butter All our creameries are required to contribute towards the furtherance of this work Definite progress has also been made in manufacturing Turn lo rage 2 Column J Col Roosevelt Not Able to Visit CLARINDA June 28 I 200 300 Towns Wrecked by Floods of Assam CALCUTTA June 28 hundred deaths 1500 square miles of territory submerged and 300 CLARINDA June o terrory sumerge an Theodore Roosevelt notified Chair1 villages destroyed were reported to man Homer Stephens of the repubday in dispatches filtering through Hcan state central committee that the devastating floods of Assam a previous engagement will prevent j Thousands of inhabitants were said him from accepting an invitation to to be living in treetops barely out serve as keynoter for the state rej of reach of the swirling waters rublicciu convention here July 18 fighting precariously for food Mason City GlobeGazette Information bureau Frederic J Kaskln director Washington D C I enclose 10 cents in coin carefully wrapped for the new Map of the United States Name Street City State Mail to Washington D C   

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