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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home JLii THE NEWSPAPER THAT UAJKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPX ASSOCIATED PKESS LEASED WIKE SEKV1CE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 3 1934 THiB PAPEK CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 229 lowans in Washington Future Hog Farmer to Know Results of Production By DON McGUIRE ASHINGTON July 3 future American bog farmer is going to know just how many pounds of bacon ham lard and other products the forebearer of each member of his pig herd pro duced First experi ments in these family perform ance records are being carried on by the Iowa ag ricultural exper iment station with the cooperation of the United States department of agriculture Thirty pigs were recently impor ted from Denmark each pig with a complete record of its family strains Of the 30 pigs eight boars and 16 gilts are of the Danish Landrace breed and two boars and four gilts are Yorkshires G Sent to Iowa The animals were selected by 0 G Hankins of the bureau of animal industry and were shipped from Copenhagen to the Virgin Islands where they were held for the per iod of quarantine and then shipped to New York Six of the Landrace pigs have been sent to Iowa to the station at Ames and the others are now at the animal husbandry experiment farm at Beltsville Md The department of agriculture and the Iowa station have been in terested in the Danish methods of hog breeding and pork production for several years Denmark leads all nations in the development of efficiency in swine production and the quality of export bacon Will Make Comparisons The leadership is credited largely to the effective system of record keeping at breeding centers testing stations and inbaconplants over a period of 25 years making it pos sible to select the most efficient families and strains of hogs It is the purpose of the experi ment to make use of the Danish pigs performance records in con nection with breeding and research Studies will be conducted compar ing the different strains of Danish hogs with important strains of American breeds in prolificacy rate and economy of gain yield and quality of product The animals also will be used for cross breeding with American strains Secretary Ickes renewed activity in the public works administration last week netted Iowa 2064320 in allotments for 35 projects Approves 1241 Projects Thus far in his effort to allot the 5500000000 made available through the new public works appropriation Ickes has approved 1241 projects carrying a total allotment of 771253 The Iowa projects will provide 7585 manmonths of labor The PWA has stressed the need for commencing work on all the projects at once and has obtained promises from the various units re ceiving the loans or grants that they will commence construction promptly Largest of the Iowa allotments was 5917000 to the city of Iowa City to construct a light plant the allotment covering both a loan and a grant Lieutenant Governor Will Be Entertained at Clear Lake Club Lieut Gov N G Kraschel was expected to arrive Tuesday in Ma son City and reservations were be ing made with Carl Snyder in Ma son City and Mrs W C Carroll of Clear Lake for a dinner in his hon or Tuesday evening at 7 oclock at the Clear Lake Country club Mr Snyder and Mrs Carroll comprise the committee on arrangements for the affair SKf Weal FORECAST IOWA Unsettled Tuesday night and Wednesday slightly cooler in extreme east portion Tuesday night Warmer Wed nesday in central and west por tions MINNESOTA Generally fair Tuesday night and Wednesday except unsettled in southwest portion not much change in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday 96 Minimum in Night At 8 A M Tuesday 68 Rainfall Trace HITLER GOES TO SEE HINDENBURG German Standing Army Backbone of Hitler Rule STATE TAKES IN IN SALES TAXESFIRSTDAY One Merchant Pays His in Nickels and Pennies DES MOINES July 3 days receipts for the first quarter of retail sales tax collections were the retail sales tax division of the board of assessment and re view reported today Payments were made by check money order draft and cash One Polk county merchant planked down a half dozen cigar boxes filled with in nickels and in pennies Information Given Out To facilitate clearingof pay ments under the new law a cash iers office and an information counter were established on the sec ond floor of the state house rotun da Payment of some permit fees still is being accepted although the time for payment without pen alty elapsed Saturday the sales tax office said H A Rinislancl field force di rector said that 29 basic points in the state have been selected from which fieldmen will work in push ing collections and checking on un licensed retailers Mason City Base The fieldmen and their assistants in each basic city will visit each townwithina 35 mile radius before July to Rinisland said The field men will assist retailers in compil ing sales tax reports and can ac cept payments of the tax by check Cash payments however must be forwarded to the Des Moines office The basic cities for fieldmen Rinisland said are Ames Boone Burlington Cedar Rapids Clinton Council Bluffs Audubon Shenan doah Creston Corydon Decorah Davenport Des Moines Dubuque Fort Dodge Fort Madison Iowa City Keokuk Marshalltown Mason City Waterloo Spencer Algona Sac City Muscatine Newton Oska Icosa Ottumwa and Sioux City RICHIERG TAKES OVER THREE JOBS Must CoOrdinate Agencies of Industrial Relief as First Task WASHINGTON July 3 Donald Randall Richberg took over his duties today as President Roosevelts newest three job man The genial heavy sot lawyer who until yesterday was NRAs general counsel has on hand what he calls the intensive job of coordinating the agencies dealing with industrial NRA the PWA the emergency relief administration and the labor disputes organiza tions gained wide notice through watching over the legal course of the blue eagle from the time it was a fledgling He has been pointed out frequently as likely to go higher Few predicted however that he would be a three title man Now hes the director of the new industrial emergency committee or coordinating agency the executive director of the national emergency council itself a sort of clearing house for new deal doings and ex ecutive secretary of the executive council This is made up of cabinet members and emergency chiefs Richberg brought to the new deal a varied background A poet a writer of songs a graduate of the Harvard law school he has been called a member of the brain trust Repo rt Downfall of Counterfeiting Ring With Arrest of Gang CHICAGO July 3 ties today claimed the downfall of a counterfeiting ring accused of pass ing 375000 in bogus money with the arrest of 15 men and five wo men Four men were seized in Chicago and the others secret service men said were apprehended in Milwau kee Kenosha Wis and Gary Ind Secret service agents said the bills of denomination were passed on saloons and gasoline fill ing stations DIES IN NETHERLANDS PRINCE HENRY Prince Consort of Netherlands Dies Suddenly Henry 58 Year Old Husband of Queen Wilhelmina III Few Days THE HAGUE Netherlands July 3 prince consort of the Netherlands died suddenly this af ternoon of heart disease the end coming before Queen Wilhelmina could reach his side While the 58 year old husband of thequeen had been ill for several days he had shown improvement until shortly before his death at 3 p m The prince consort was stricken in his office at Red Cross headquar ters June 28 and the queen hurried home from Switzerland where she was on a holiday At Another Palace She was at another palace today when word came that her husbands condition had suddenly taken a turn for the worse She hurried to the royal palace but arrived too late to see the prince consort alive Crown Princess Juliana daugh ter of the royal couple who is in London was planning to leave for The Hague tomorrow to visit her father The prince consort who was a member of the German nobility bore the title of duke of Mecklen burg before his marriage to Queen Wilhelmina in 1901 Suitable Match The match was an eminently suitable one Well built and broad shouldered Henry made a very presentable figure in uniform They were married at The Hague Feb 7 1901 she being 20 and the bridegroom 24 A month previously he had been officially naturalized as a Dutch citizen and a special title Prince of the Netherlands was created for him In the early days of their mar ried life there was plenty of gos sip about disagreements between the couple Queen Wilhelmina had a firm will of her own and the at mosphere in the palace was at times said to be electrical Helped with Rescue The prince made himself exceed ingly popular in 1907 by his gal lant conduct when the passenger steamer Berlin was wrecked on the Dutch coast on Feb 21 of that year when 128 lives were lost He insisted on going out with the life boats in a raging sea and helped getting the survivors ashore This appealed to a seafaring nation like the Dutch and for a time the land rang with his praise When after eight years of mar ried life a daughter Princess Jul iana was born domestic happiness seemed secure The silver wedding of the couple was celebrated in 1926 amid much popular rejoicing Earthquake Strikes Western Honduras TEGUCIGALPA Honduras July 3 earthquake of unusual strength struck western Honduras Monday according to advices roach ing here today Several towns re ported feeling heavy temblors but specific news of casualties and I damages was lackinjr Unsettled Prediction for Fourth North Iowa Cool and Cloudy Only Trace of Moisture North Iowa was cool and cloudy Tuesday as the weather bureau de clared that holiday picknickers and vacationists in the state may look lor unsettled weather Wednesday Hain still amounted to only a trace The chances are however that picnics neednt be called off though showers may be expected in some sections the bureau reported Somewhat warmer weather is ex pected by the bureau in the central and west portions At Ida Grove ciouds of dust rode in on a high wind Tuesday which flattened small buildings and dam aged trees The storm was followed by two and a half inches of rain Rains cooled scattered sections of the state during the last 24 hours while other parts sweltered under 100 degree temperatures Mason City had a 96 reading Tuesday Heaviest precipitation fell at Al bia which received 25 inches In wood received 153 inches and other showers varying from 01 of an inch at Council Bluffs to 90 at Sioux City fell Highest temperature was 102 at Clarinda Atlantic Council Bluffs Waterloo Burlington Cedar Rapids Iowa City and Keokuk reported a temperature of 100 The weather bureau said temper atures were in the upper nineties in other parts of the state except in the north and northwest portion where they were lower 2 BANDITS ROB PACKWOOD BANK OF 81000 LOOT PACKWOOD July 3 Farmers Savings bank of Pack wood was held up about p rn today and robbed of about by two men who escaped north ward in a Model A Ford bearing li cense 541333 Vigilantes from here pursued the bandidts and peace of ficers in this vicinity were notified by telephone to be on the lookout for them J G Loving cashier B T Lutes bookkeeper and Glen Middlekauff a customer were the only ones in the bank at the time The bandits were dark complexioned wore working clothes and one appeared to be about 22 years old The other was about 30 years old They both carried revolvers They held up the bank after one had asked for change for a dollar They ordered the customer to the rear of the bank and he escaped while they were scooping the money up The money taken was from the tills Other cash at the bank at the lime was protected by the time lock on the vault CALLS FOR WAR UPON FASCISM Columbia U President Urges AH English Speaking Peoples to Unite LONDON July 3 English speaking peoples all over the world to unite in a fight against compulsion in government Nicholas Murray Butler president of Colum bia university New York today ad dressed a pilgrims banquet here Butler bitterly attacked both fas cism and communism If liberty is crushed by compul sion in the generation which lies ahead of us he said it can only be because the English speaking peoples have failed in their great task He said he ventured to doubt whether the fate of an ancient Athens or an ancient Rome was in store for any nation But he said that the rising tide of Fascism should be halted quickly by coop erative effort STORM TROOPS NOW SMASHED WITHOUT CHIEFS Little Could Be Done in Opposition to Will of Reichwehr BERLIN July 3 reichs wehr or standing army was the real heir today of the situation which developed from Chancellor Hitlers coup against his former as sociates and reactionaries It stands forth as the one instru ment of force on whose support the nazi regime must rest The storm troop organization hated rival of the army is smashed and virtually leatierless The SS or picked guards carry the odium of marching their former brown shirted comrades off to death Little Could Be Done At least it is safe to say that lit tle could be done by Hitler or his right hand man Hermann Wilhelm Goering against the will of the reichswehr Goering has control of the police but undoubtedly remembers thai when Franz von Papen as chancel lor sent a few reichswehr officers and privates in June 1932 to ar rest Commander Heimannsber head of the Berlin police force not a shot was fired Although remaining in the back ground the veichswehr was ready last Saturday and Sunday to take a hand if Camped In Munich it actually surround ed the brownhouse storm troop headquarters but in Berlin the whole division was camped quietly outside the city Later it went into barracks in Berlin The army cooperated indirectly by lettingthe SS have its infor mation concerning the route to be taken by storm troops in their al leged attempt to capture Berlin These plans also included storm ing of the military barracks at Doeberitz just outside Berlin for the planned storm trooper Putsch was quite as much directed against the army as against the existing regime Demanded Cabinet Post Ernst Roehm stormer chief of staff who was executed at Hitlers order months ago demanded that he be made minister of defense with much larger power than those held by Reichswehr Minister von Blomberg Roehm fully expected to have both the reichswehr and the quasi military organizations the brown troops and the stahlheim or steel helmet war veterans association under his command But that pro ject was turned down flatly by Hit ler who already was under pres sure from the army Caused First Spat This caused Hitlers and Roehms first major spat Somewhat later Roehm after a breakdown in srms negotiations at Geneva and Ger manys decision to increase the army from 100000 to 300000 offi cers and men demanded that re cruits for new formations be de rived from the storm troops This move also was blocked Roehm left in a huff and went on leave to Bavaria where he evi dently planned his part in the putsch Many of the stormers were ab solutely loyal to Roehm and were dissatisfied with Hitlers taking sides with the army They were to take an oath of allegiance to Roehm superseding that to Hitler Oklahoma Primary Draws Heavy Vote OKLAHOMA CITY July 3 Pi Heavy voting at city boxes and an early call for more ballots from country precincts in this area indi cated today that Oklahomas first 1934 primary may set a record for votes as well as for candidates for a nominating election restricted to state issues The weather was fair and hot SHOW ALLEGIANCE TO HITLER FATE OF PAPEN TO BE SETTLED AT CONFERENCE Chancellor Restores Civil Courts and Extreme Measures End By LOUIS F LOCHNEK Pjrlghl 1034 by Tlic Afisoclntrit IrffMV BERLIN July 3 or Hitler boarded an airplane for home of President Paul Hindenburg tonight after an mportant cabinet session leaving he disposition of the vice chancel ory unsettled Hitherto the resignation or dis missal of Vice Chancellor Franz Papen had been regarded as an assured fact Hermann Wilhelm Goering Prussian premier was slated to succeed him A spokesman for the propaganda ministry asked about the expected von Papen resignation said It may in fact never become a fact Leaves by Airplane One of our leaders he said has gone outside of Berlin by air Thls Associates Press picture telephoned from Berlin to London reichswehr detachment goose stepping past Hie Berlin residence of Adolf Hitler demonstrating thelr loyalty to him after an abortive mutiny in the riazi ranks hadJiecij ruthlesslj suppressed Hitler Most Carefully Guarded Man in World Hoffman Named Secretary EMMETSBURG July dall Hoffman Palo Alto county agent has been named secretary of the county fair board with Aug 16 17 and 18 chosen for the 1034 fair to be held on the countv fairficrmmrto NO JULY 4TH PAPER In order that the GlobeGazette staff may enjoy a holiday there will be no issue of the ilobc Gazetta dated July 4 The North Iowa edition of July 5 will bo for sale at ncwstamls and on the streets In Mason City Wednesday evening carrying holiday news baseball scores and other sports events Strong Guard at on Two Trips From Chancellory BERLIN July 3 ler is probably the most carefully guarded man in the world today Since his return Saturday from iiis epochal trip to Munich he has left his chancellory to public knowl edge only twice and then with strong protection Late yesterday he visited the king and queen of Siam at the Adlon 30tel He walked through a lobby and hall lined members of a special bodyguard His other visit was to fashionable suburban Dahleni to confer with Kurt Schmitt minister of economics Cleared of Traffic Before Hitler left the adjacent street to the chancellory was cleared of all traffic His huge car darted away like a flash The chancellory is an impressive four story structure of light colored stone strongly built Its compara tively small windows give it U fort ress like appearance Through its windows can be seen armed police and SS men schultz staffel picked guards seemingly in every room Motorcycles dash up to it and the nearby propaganda min istry at given signals and depart with a flurry Lorries full of armed men pass frequently Crowds stood around the chancellory for hours Sunday slow ly moving in response to police com mands to weiter gehen move Appears at Window Hitler appeared once at the win dow his broad smile was amply photographed and appeared in sev eral newspapers Dr Joseph Goebbels minister of propaganda emerged once from Hitlers residence in an open car which shot from the guarded drive way across the street to a building of his own department The crowd saw him and surged toward the lat ter building many of them shout ing heil One could only estimate roughly the special and secret police guard ing Hitler and the capital but it is known the number of those now on duty or subject to immediate call is large Killed in Auto Crash DES MOINES July 3 E Brown 40 of Salina Kans was killed and his wife injured when their automobile crashed into a gas olineelectric train at Waukce Iowa SEALEGS TESTED BY ROUGH WATER Seasickness Casualties Are High Among Reporters With F R ABOARD TJ S S GILMER AC COMPANYING PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT July 3 dent Roosevelt and his shipmates were afforded a real test of their sealegs today as they headed due south toward Haiti and Puerto Rico The cruiser Houston bearing the presidential party proceeded through rough seas last night and early today at a fast clip of 18 to 20 knots The Houston dipped and pitched and the trail destroyers bobbed about like corks Keporlers Get Seasick Seasickness casualties were high on board the destroyer Glmer car rying newspapermen and the de stroyer Williamson carrying secret service men but they hung on grim ly declining an offer by the presi dent to slacken the pace Mr Roosevelt enjoyed his second day on the Atlantic today relaxing and taking things easy with his sons Franklin Jr and John But he remained in touch with the white house by wireless He joshed the in land newspapermen about some of the nonnautical terms in their stories Off Florida Coast The Houston was off the Florida coast today and proceeding far out at sea The schedule called for the first stop Thursday at Haiti and the first landing Friday at Puerto Rico His 13000 mile voyage will take the president into the Pacific to Hawaii and the American west coast The New Orleans has been ordered to renlace the San Fran cisco ns Pacific convoy the San Francisco having damaged a pro peller EXPULSION DENIED BERLIN July 3 circulated in Amsterdam that the former crown prince had been expelled from Germany were branded nonsensical by the Hohenzollern administration here today the Exchange Telegraph News Service reported While saying that the crown prince was not in Berlin the ad ministration was insistent upon denying that lie h pelled from the country plane and that may change things That is all I can say now The reference proved to be to the departure of Chancellor Hitler After Hitlers departure it be came apparent the cabinet was still in session and that the chancellor had bolted the momentous meeting to confer with the president regard ng von Papens future and other issues 1resideiit Has Say This indicated that the aged pres ident had at least one emphatic word to say about recent develop ments including the prospect that the vice chancellor would be forced from the cabinet The unexpectedness of the flight was held of unusual significance because of von Hindenburgs close friendship with von Papen Reliable observers felt that the whole nazi program might be at stake The cabinet in its session passed a brief laconically phrased law making legal the shooting of the past few days The law said Measures Made Legal Measures adopted to quell the highly treasonable attacks of June 30 and July 1 and 2 are legal be cause they were undertaken as Turn fo 3 folumn 3t 40 CAREERS Women today as never before are seeking economic business and civic pursuits in the arts and professions For the first time in American history we have a woman in the cabinet another as minister to Denmark To assist wo men in determining careers our Washington Information Bureau of fers a booklet of practical sugges tions questions and answers on feminine vacations Earning pros pects and educational requirements are examined for every from aviation radio law medicine literature to the stage social serv ice teaching Other sections cover banking advertising and trade To obtain your copy of this help ful booklet send 6 cents in coin to the GlobeGazette Washington In formation bureau to cover cost postage and handling Use coupon RFC Loans in Iowa Total II WASHINGTON July 3 conatruction Finance corporation loans to the amount of j werc disbursed in Iowa from Feb I 2 lSir2 to June 23 1934 it was nounced here Loans totaling SSIj 055ri were authorized for Iowa i nnd 59506792 if them were withi drawn or canceled Mason City OlobeGazctto Information bureau Frederic J Slaskln director Washington U C I inclose 6 cents in coin carefully wrapped for a copy of the booklet CAREERS FOR WOMEN Name Street City State Mail to Washington D C   

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