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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 7, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowtfs DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home NEWSPAPER THAT HAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED W1KB SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 7 1934 SECTION ONE NO 232 May Reform Old System Roosevelt Rejects Bills Passed in Final Hours STRIKE IN HANDS OF COMMITTEE Agreement Reached for Milk I f k J u ly 7 T h e manner in which President Roose velt threw into discard much of the legislation enacted in the rush of the clos ing hours of the seventy third congress may give impetus to a long talked of reform on capi tol hill Congressional leaders recog nize the evil in the old practice of senators and representatives attempting to jam through pet bills in the turmoil and confusion which always accom panies the windup of a session Thus far however they have been able to do little about it Vice President Garner attempted to halt the stampede in the senate this year Declaring it had been his observation that bills were passed toward the end of a session which never should become law he served notice that he intended recognizing any senator who wanted to block such measures In the house time and again Re publican Leader Snell and his aides halted the mad rush by yelling louder than those seeking passage of pet measures Passing the Buck The difficulty in attempting to control this situation lies in the fact that usually both houses have been working at top speed day and night inan effort to adjourn Nerves are frayed everybody is fatigued and anxious to get the ses sion over so they can rest Conse quently there is a disposition to let down thebars Once down the flood of bills rushes in In the majority of cases even the sponsors of these bills hardly ex pect to see them become law Once tjirbufh congress however their augend The buck Thka been passed to the other end ofPennsylvania avenue does it mater if the presiden tial ax falls heavily and effectively The members duty to his constitu ents has been discharged A Changing Picture Some of the most loyal adminis tration supporters are not averse to using their neat little political trick They have no malice in their hearts against the president They be the last to admit any at tempt to embarrass him They simply believe the chief ex ecutive can better afford to take the chance Their political sphere is confined to a single state or dis trict The president operates on a national scale and on national is sues Mr Roosevelts practice how ever of not only vetoing these bills but telling why in each instance changes the picture somewhat It tends to rob the hardworking al ways alert member of some of his political thunder And it may result either in con gress deciding to remain in session until proper consideration can be given these hills or in making it virtually impossible for them to be brought up for action at all To Submit Road Progrram DES MOINES July 1 tails of Iowas new high program will be submitted tc Washington soon for approval Fred White chief engineer of the Iowa Highway Commission announced FORECAST IOWA Fair Saturday night and probably Sunday not so cool In west and north portions Saturday night Warmer Sun day MINNESOTA Fair not so cool In west and south portions Saturday night Sunday In creasing cloudiness and warm er may become unsettled In north LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures fo 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 2 Minimum in Night 47 At 8 A M Saturday 66 Duluth Minn Please take notici Jof the above weather figures stealing your stuff WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO July 7 for the period July 9 to 14 T For the upper Mississippi ani Missouri valleys and th and central Great Plains some local shower or Tuesday and probably within later half of week herwise mostly fair temperature nstly normal or above U S AGENT AIDS N SETTLEMENT N LOCAL AREA reducers to Get 63 Per Cent More Price Up 25 Per Cent An agreement was reached Sat urday between milk producers and listributors in the Mason City area o raise the price of milk to the iroducer 63 per cent and to the onsumers 25 per cent This settle ment was made between producers and distributors after a special was sent here by Gov Clyde L Herring and Secre ary of Agriculture Henry Wallace The settlement averted a threat ned milk strike and also the pos sibility that the Mason City area might be placed under the iicens ng provisions of the dairy section f the AAA it was stated by ar iltrators Producers maintained that the eed which they have on hand was oeing fed to cows and would con tinue to be fed for the summer ne cessitating additional purchases Despite recent rains this feeding would be necessary it was stated hey also indicated that they might vithhold their milk from market if ihe price were not raised New Schedule Set William Perdue of Des Moines representing the department of ag riculture was sent to Masou City y Governor Herring and Secretary Wallace to aid in getting an agree producers and dis tributors Mr Perdue after a series of con ferences with producers and diE Tibutors found that it would not be necessary to place the Mason City distributors under the licens ng provisions The final agreement reached called for an increase of to for 100 pounds for all fluid bottled milk with the usual dif ferential per point up or down for 35 per cent butterfat content and similar increase for milk users for cream purposes Benefits to Producer Retail prices will be increased to minimum of 10 cents a quart This has generally been around 8 cents A similar increase has been provided in the wholesale prices The price set for coffee cream was 11 cents for a half pint and for Tarn to Pace 2 Column 6 Machine Guns Placed on Liquor Trucks by Firm With Contract DES MOINES July 7 Ma ohine guis were placed on the trucks hauling state liquor by the company holding the trucking con tract Chairman H M Cooper of the state liquor control commission explained today The commission is covered on loss of liquor by insurance and the company hauling liquor under con tract is employing the guards and has purchased the machine guns he said His comment was prompted by complaints said to have been re ceived from over the state These should have been addressed he said to the trucking company Hitler Awoke Neighborhood With Screams New Tale Related of Nazi Suppression of Revolt BAD WIBSSE BAVARIA Ger many July 7 description of Chancellor Hitler awakening the whole neighborhood with piercing shouts during his sensational con spiracy arrests here early last Sat urday was given today by residents of this resort city This fresh element in the story of events that led to suppression of Germanys second revolution dif fers from official versions in inti mate revelations from a neighbors point of view Awakened Everybody People living in the beautiful re sort at Gegernsee where most vil lagers are tonguetied in the pres ence of foreigners revealed that Hitlers screaming awakened every body but before people had time to dress the automobiles bearing the leader and those accompanying him already had departed Hitler was furious villagers said Only piecemeal bits of the story could be elicited Actual witnesses were few although the time of the stormy scene is placed at 7 oclock in the morning No one in the vicinity ventured nearer than his own window sill Middle Class Hotel The setting was not as official reports said the official luxurious country mansion serving as a kind storm troop headquarters resi dents claim They say it was are spectable middle class pension built in Alpine style on the edge of a lake The late Ernst Roehm former storm troop head had been spend ing a vacation of about three weeks there Natives said Hitler had vis ited here a week or two previously but had stayed at a house across the lake while Hitlers secret police chief who is credited with uncov ering the revolt was visiting near by Only Froralnent Guests None but prominent guests are admitted to the pension which has been besieged by the curious since a government statement gave it a house of sin reputation No one seems to have seen Roehm at the time of his arrest and hear say descriptions of Edmund Heines a Silesian storm troop leader in handcuffs are frequent and uncon firmable A rumor that Roehm had com mitted suicide was carried in Ber lin the Wednesday before he was shot IS THREE A CROWD IN THIS CASE Price Increase PLAN HEARINGS FOR The New York city marriage license bureau was thrown into con fusion when Violet Hilton one of the much publicized Siamese twins sought a license to marry Maurice L Lambert who is shown kissing her The license was refused on moral grounds mid the same luck befell the trio In New Jersey Daisy the other twin said she Is engaged to marry an English fighter Associated Press 6 RIOTERS SLAIN IN AMSTERDAM Trouble Breaks Out Again in Spite of Arrival of More Troops AMSTERDAM July 7 Riot ing thought to have been checked with the arrival of additional sol diers and police broke out anew late today resulting in two more deaths bringing the total to six for the day An undetermined number of per sons suffered wounds Authorities said the situation was again grave Four were killed this morning when police and troops cleared all the disturbed areas using tanks to flatten barricades The rioters are mostly unemploy ed incensed at a reduction in city dole payments Among 50 taken to a hospital earlier the condition of six was said to be hopeless Nazi Command Puts Political Truce in Effect Makes Determined Effort to Efface All Traces of Revolution By D STEFFERUD CoDyrittht 1934 by The Associated Press BERLIN July 7 political truce was put into effect today by the nazi high command in a de termined effort to efface all re maining traces of Germanys bloody second revolution Chancellor Adolf Hitler left for his summer home in the Bavarian Alps while his trusted subleaders are also taking their first rest since their partys purging of plotters and traitors Stripped of Uniforms Two million storm troopers tem porarily stripped of their uniforms are on a months vacation Their future has become Germanys fore most political problem A powerful political instrument these peace time soldiers are being treated as if they might become greater in pow er than their creators Vice Chancellor Franz von Papen when seen at his home today seemed in better spirits as if re flecting the prevailing tendency toward political peace He wore a generous smile which completely masked his feelings re garding recent climactic events which many believed represented his own narrow escape from death Finns Not Complete My plans are not yet complete he told the Associated Press Turn to rage 2 Column 4 Fl PROMISES REHABILITATION Talks to Puerto Ricans of Administration Plans for Island SAN JUAN Puerto Rico July 7 Roosevelt in a talk to Puerto Ricans today announced his agreement in principle on a program of rehabilitation for the island and asked cooperation in carrying out plans similar to those of the administration in the United States Talking into the microphone in the old Spanish palace occupied by Gov Blanton Winship the president broadcast his promise and appeal before sailing for St Thomas Vir gin islands We must look ahead said the president That is why we have come to an agreement in principle on a program of rehabilitation that it will take a great many years to accomplish The plan was not announced in detail but it was assumed to be that on which Undersecretary of Agriculture Tugwell and island brain trusters have been at work for some time TO BE GOOD Go on Shore Leave at Nice After Dressing Down for Street Fighting THREE MEN LOCK THEMSELVES UP INBALLGONDOLA Breathe Artificial Air Test Flight Called Great Success RAPID CITY S Dak July 7 JP men seeking to learn something of the conditions to be faced when the proposed ballooe flight into the stratosphere is made locked themselves into the ball gondola today William Kepner pilot Capt Al bert W Stevens scientific observer and Orvil Anderson alternate pilot breathed air from liquid oxygen and moved ballast about to determine the effect of this air upon their ability to work Communication with the three who will emerge at 6 p m was by radio during their confinement 37 Minute Flight Early today before beginning the test Major Kepner and Captain Anderson made a 37 minute flight in a small balloon to test air con ditions about the Moonlight valley bowl from which the stratosphere flight will start when weather con ditions are favorable The results of the test flight which began at a m moun tain time and ended two miles north of Rapid Cityat a m indicated success for the ambitious adventure into the upper air Call Flight Success The 35000 cubic1foot bag they used is a replica of the three mil lion cubic foot balloon in Which they will attempt to rise 15 miles above the earth on the first favor able day after Monday Both pilots termed the flight a success It was particularly satisfactory said Major Kepner in view of the fact that I got just what I wanted in the takeoff The wind was stronger than wanted for the main flight and the resultant experience was beneficial Conditions were stable above the takeoff bowl with no bad air cur rents The trial hop indicates success for the main ascent if weather con ditions are right 1500 Feet Up Rising 1500 feet above the floor of the takeoff bowl the trial bal loon drifted 13 miles northeast and landed undamaged in a field Major Kepner said the northwest corner of the bowl where the small gas bag cleared the rocky wall was the most difficult place for the takeoff indicating that even with similar wind direction the main flight may encounter little difficulty The 16 mile wind at the top of the bowl increased to 20 miles at INJURY RECEIVED IN ONE ACCIDENT SET RIGHT BY ANOTHER GARNER July Gil bert 23 would not have been walking on the streets of Gar ner Friday if it had not been that a second automobile acci dent righted the first that hap pened the fourth of July mom ing when his coupe skidded on the wet pavement near Klemme and turned over Dean was taken by a local doctor accompanied by his father Jim Gilbert driver of the doctors car to Iowa City after first aid treatment at a Mason City hospital When within a few miles of Iowa City the automobile skidded down an embankment 18 feet turning completely over and landed right side up with the result that Gilberts back thought to have been broken went into place again After an overnight rest in the Iowa City hospital Gilbert is home and well A long stay in the hospital surgical treatment a cast avoided the doctors auto mobile did the work Dean and the machine are running as well as ever NICE FRANCE July 7 With a promise to be good sail ors from theUnited States warships Arkansas and Wyoming went on shore leave again tonight along the Riviera after a dressing down by nava authorities for last I the landing point but caused no dif Strategy Group Will Make Decision Upon General Strike SAN FRANCISCO July 7 A brains not brawn leadership took over direction today of union labors fight in behalf of striking longshoremen As steel hmeted riflemen of the states militia patrolled the water front scene of tumult riot death and injury in recent days delegates from 120 45 000 last night to leave the matter of a general strike in the hands of a strike strategy committee Sane Move Now This strategy committee is sane move now said John OCon nell president of the Central labo council it will lead to organized movement in case of a general strike later and would mean that brains and not brawn would di rect us With the waterfront district quiet momentarily under the threat of jayonets and bullets for those who riot President Roosevelts labor dis putes board prepared for public hearings Monday to determine is sues facts and practices in the strike which began May 9 when 12000 longshoremen struck The longshoremen havo been joined since by some 15000 allied maritime workers Vote 165 to 8 By a vote of 165 to S representa tives ofthe 120 unions a closed meeting iastn cOi a ch6 adopted a strongly worded lion of condemnation for use of troops on the waterfront While moves for peace were made and talk of more strife was heard San Francisco hospitals and homes leld the scarred victims of Thurs days rioting in which two were killed 31 shot and scores gassed and bruised in violent fighting be tween police and picksts Victory or Death Victory or death was the cry of embattled maritime workers at Portland where a general strike also has been proposed as they re to move cargo defied a blind FLETCHER NOTES DICTATOR TREND Chairman of G 0 P Avers Congress Has Given Up Law Making Power JACKSON Mich July Henry P Fletcher chairman of the republican national committee in an address prepared for delivery before a gathering of republicans observing the SOth anniversary of the birth of their parly today said that congress under the influence of a combination of fear and fas cination has undermined democracy and weakened representative gov ernment by surrendering its law making power to the president He said congress had yielded to the president power and author ity comparable only to those pos sessed by Mussolini and Hitler and added Control of Livelihood The president has in turn delej Jfed al attemP srated the control of the livelihood stnke pickets who business and properly of the indi blast from police teatgas guns vidual American citizen to a vast to grease railroad tracks leading to maze of theorizing meddling di the docks shouted reeling spending lending and bor If we lit you move this tram to the dock our cause is lost Were ready to give our live to prevent it Holds Ominous Note Turn tit nights adventures in which 28 were wounded Just to help remind them of their promise American naval police pa ficulty in the descent The pilot said the trial hop was about an hour later than the prob able time of the real ascension The trols were doubled with strict ord1 balloonists waited purposely to test ers to keep the jack tars on their I slightly adverse conditions rowing agencies lettered on the Russian model The new deal the republican na tional chairman added has cost to In view date seven billions Congress has of Police authorized the expenditure of at j others that least twenty billions more The govj ernment faces the greatest deficit in its history x x x Every dollar on both these budgets ordinary j and extraordinary expenditures i must be paid by the people of the United States or repudiated by the j United States government I Fletcher charged the democratic j administration with taking the of predictions by Chief William J Quinn and the arrival of the na Till Doctor Comes In best behavior Confer With French French department police and the American consul at Nice hart a conference during the afternoon and agreed that the crews of the battleships should not be punished Turn to Page 2 Column I Turn to 2 Column Ki Patrol Keeps Watch of Ickes Employes to Prevent Loafing WASHINGTON July 7 patrol was set over the department of interior today to make sure that the government workers heed the warning loafing of Secretary Ickes against Ickes gave 4000 public works and interior department employes three quarters of an hour off yesterday to listen to an impromptu lecture against wasting the governments time Eating breakfast primping and holding social gatherings during of fice hours and rushing madly into the corridors at the p m clos ing time all came in for his censure He said he had ordered a thor ough patrol of the building by Louis R Glavis interior department chief investigator and his merry men WEAR BULLET PROOF VESTS BUT FAIL TO DISCOVER DILLINGER CLINTON July 7 Oil linger notorious Indiana outlaw may have been in Clinton today but if he was police could find no trace of him Spurred by a report that the fugi tive was seen on local streets driv ing a car with Indiana license plates authorities armed with ma chine guns and wearing bullet proof vests threw a guard about ap proaches to both bridges spanning the Mississippi and also scoured the city for a trace of Dillinger but their efforts were fruitless A later report that the same car followed by two other cars bearing out of state licenses had been seen in another part of the city brought further investigation but these ef forts also bore no fruit Considerable excitement was stirred by appearance of police with armament recently purchased after Dillinger and his gang raided a Mason City bank Omaha Truck Driver Reports HiJacking COUNCIL BLUFFS July 7 Weak from loss of blood E F Stielow Omaha truck driver re ported to police three armed men overpowered him on a highway 20 miles east of here early today seized his track and hijacked the cargo 119 cases of cigarets valued at S6400 i lowan Convicted of Felony Citizen Again DES MOINES July 7 Wayne Silliman convicted of a fel ony in Clarke county received restoration of citizenship by an act of executive clemency of Gov Clyde L Herring The governor also sus pended a three months jail sentence and 5500 fine of Charles W Pilgrim Jr Mahaska county on a charge of driving while intoxicated 500 Million Dollars for U S Home Renovation Moffett Assumes Job of Giving Work to 5 Million WASHINGTON July 7 James A Moffett took over the re covery job of housing administrator today with the objective of getting into home renovation by fall and ultimately the reem ployment of 5000000 persons The youthful looking housing ad ministrator expressed the objectives io newspapermen at a press confer ence in the executive offices of the white house He said he had not selected his aides set up his organization or even obtained headquarters Moffett expressed enthusiasm for the possibilities of the housing pro pram and said industrial leaders likewise were enthusiastic over its prospects Outlining the many purposes of tha broad housing legislation Mof fett said he expected to get the home modernization program under way very quickly He added he ould stay here con tinuously until that part of the pro gram was moving He explained the housing pro gram should not meet the same de lays encountered by the public works administration because the financing will be done by private institutions and the projects will be small and uncomplicated case of an accident which ra in serious injury to anyone i the first thing to do is to send for a physician But until the doctor comes there are many emergency measures to be taken all depending upon the nature of the injury and i far too often there is no one at hand who knows just what should be Oone Ignorance or helplessness on the part of bystanders or first ar rivals on the scene has cost many a life or led to more serious aftei effects than should have resulted from the mishap Hence the value of the FIRST AID booklet which is offered by the GlobeGazette 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