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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 19, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home SSi THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NOETH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XL ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 19 1934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS NO 242 1 I Wealth of Material Congress Members Have Plenty for Campaigns By HERBERT PLUMMER ASHINGTON July 19 Its been a long time since members of congress running for reele c t i o n have been sup plied with such a wealth of cam paign material to feed their con stituents as they have this year Almost every known device has been employed by those in authority to make easily available infor mation on all phases of the new deal both pro and con Especially have the democratic leaders been helpful to their first term brethren many of whom had opportunity to get their feet little more than on the ground during the hectic seventythird congress They have made use of the most elemen tary methods to give them an idea of what went on in Washington dur ing the session that they might be able to talk intelligently to the folks back home Following the President In many instances these fresh men voted blindly for legislation they knew nothing about Their ex cuse was they were following the president Agricultural legislation enacted in the seventythird congress is a good illustration Few of the firstterm ers perhaps few of the old timers knew what it was all about The intricacies of the agricultural adjustment act the farm credit act the crop production loan act the cattle purchase act the farm mort gage t bankruptcy act and others meanUttle more to many congress men man a very painful headache Yet Hitting tripm campaigns this jfall they musttalk in New Deal Catechism Heres how Marvin Jones of Texas chairman of the house agricultural committee and the man who steered most of this type of legislation through that body came to the res cue of his colleagues He has put out what may be called the Jones or What the New Deal Means to the Farmers of America He has made it available to all members of con gress In convenient questionsandan swers form the congressman stumped by a constitutents query only has to turn to this document to find an instant answer It cov ers the whole field from farm fi nances to the scaling down of the farmers debts Jones Catechism For instance suppose he is asked What will the farmers receive in benefit payments from the govern ment by the end of the present year He has only to turn to the Jones Catechism to find It is es timated they will receive 000 The questions and answers run the whole gamut of new deal agri cultural policies And this sort of thing is not con fined to agriculture alone FRISCO GENERAL STRIKE AT END North Dakota Legislature Backs Langer STRIKERS READY TO HALT TRUCKS FARMERS DODGE TRUCK STRIKE Picketing Receives New Emphasis on Third Day of Walkout MINNEAPOLIS July 19 Picketing received new impetus to day as the truck drivers strike en tered its third day and union lead ers received reports that an early movement of trucks by employers was contemplated There were few reports of vio lence and no serious disorders but roving cars of pickets apparently on the lookout grew more numer Leaders Apprehensive At strike headquarters it was in dicated that leaders were appre hensive of a movement of trucks on the part of employers and strike pickets watched the city marke area scene of the major troubl where two men were killed in the previous truck strike last May No attempts had been made fo concerted truck movements Haas in Conferences The Rev Father Francis J Haas federal mediator after con eluding conferences with the union leaders and the employers took steps to confer with the local re giona board and with Gov Floyd B Olson Father Haas said at bis confer ence WittGovernor Olson he wouli review the situation as it had been presehted to himvlromTJllangles and that he hoped either late today or tomorrow to make suggestions that would be the basis for both sidesto come to an agreement KING ASKS FREEDOM FOR MAN WHO THREW BOTTLE AT HIS AUTO EDINBURGH July 19 OP A man who hurled a bottle or large lass at King George and Queen Mary was discharged today at a olice court hearing and it was be ieved had the king to thank for t The object was thrown Saturday as their majesties were motoring to Edinburgh from Harthill It struck he pavement a few yards behind the royal car Police immediately siezed the man King George expressed a wish that the man be freed it was un lerstoofl FRENCH CABINET SPLIT WIDE OPEN PARIS July 19 truce cabinet of Premier Gastonn Dou mergue was split wide open today by a fight between adherents of the right and left and the precipitation of an eventful cabinet crisis was threatened FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Thurs day night and Friday not so warm Friday in northeast por tion MINNESOTA Fair to partly cloudy Thursday night and Friday slightly cooler in north Thursday and in east Friday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 87 Minimum in Night 71 At 8 A M Thursday 80 Rainfall 03 The extreme humidity Wednesday made it one of the most uncomfort able days of the summer in Mason City even though the temperature was almost 20 degrees below the seasons peak The temperature at oclock Thursday afternoon was 96 degrees i rise of l degree from 1 oclock AP Investigates Rumors of New German Revolt The GlobeGazette received word from the Associated Press Thursday afternoon that it was investigating rumors of sensational events in Germany Private wires had carried reports of further killings in Germany and also of Chancellor Hitlers over throw and the accession to power of Franz von Papen former vice chan cellor None of the reports was ac credited to an authentic source The Associated Press reported that evidently the basis of the ru mors is one writers conclusion that von Papen is on top and that Hitler is close to the end Prussia Bans Works of Upton Sinclair BERLIN July 19 novels and other literature by Upton Sin clair widely known American au thor were ordered confiscated and aanned today in Prussia Sinclairs books have been among the best sellers in Germany With their sales curtailea by the Minneapolis strike of truck drivers farmers in Robbinsdale Minneapolis suburb set up this temporary market to get their produce before yet remain out of the strike area Associated Press 10 Take Off on Alaska Hop Army Planes Off for Dayton Ohio From Washington WASHINGTON July 19 Ten bombing planes comprising the Alaska flight squadron of the army air corps hopped off from Boiling field at 10 a rn EST to day for Dayton on the first leg of their 8000 mile flight to Alaska and return Mr and Mrs Elliott Roosevelt were among SOO who gathered at the field to wave the 30 airmen farewell Just before the takeoff Maj Gen Benjamin D Foulois chief of the air corps wished Lieut Col HH Arnold flight commander good uck The planes formed into triads circled over the capitol and then lew down Pennsylvania avenue before heading for the west The armada will make only a jrief stop at Dayton before roaring on to Minneapolis tonight The squadron is due at Fairbanks on July 23 LUPEFWTO SHOW IN COURT Judge Says Hell Throw Oil Divorce Case If She Stays Away LOS ANGELES July 19 Lupe Velez failed to show up in ccurt today to press her suit for di vcrce from Johnny Weismuller for mer Olympic swimming champion and screen Tarzan Her attorney Neil S McCarthy telephoned Judge Robert Kenny to inform him Lupe was working in a motion picture and was unable to appear today but probably would show up tomorrow If she doesnt show up tomorrow Ill put the case off the calendar Judge Kenny replied STRIKER KILLED AND TWO HURT DECATUR Ala July 19 3ne striking textile worker was shot md two others were injured this af ernoon in an altercation on a down own street PROBE PLANNED INTO SHOOTING Senator Wagner Imperilled When Special Guards Fire at Auto PORTLAND Ore July 19 complete investigation of the waterfront shooting incident which mperilled Senator Robert F Wag jer and several others was prom sed here today by Major Joseph Carson while tha New York senator aid the affair must have been a uis take Special waterfront guards fired t an automobile load of officials ate yesterday when they said the machine failed to observe a com nand to halt Senator Wagner was in a car just ahead of the one fired at and in which one bullet lodged E P Marsh conciliator for the United States department of labor was in the car struck After being questioned the guards were ordered by Chief of Police B K Lawson to return to duty Later however they returned and spent the night at police emer gency hospital Myrle Wilson 27 former army regular declared halt orders were interpreted lit erally in the army The other guards questioned were Randall Schudtee 22 S M Frank 22 and A R Thomas 31 j Alcohol Seized in Raid at Des Moines DES MOINES July 19 Sixtysix gallons of alcohol were seized in a raid here last night by a state liquor commission investi gator Angelo Azzinarb was ar rested and posted a bond after pleading not guilty to a charge illegal possession of liquor Homeliness a Factor COLUMBIA Mo UP Mme Ernestine SchumannHeinle veteran operatic star remarked here that all real contfeltos arehomely I think Mme SchumannHeink was here for a recital at the University of Missouri auditorium NORWAY Through the Eyes of a Roving Reporter Enoch A Norem Globe Gazette City Editor is tour ing the north of Europe this summer His daily letters starting with the visit made by him and Mrs Norem to A Cen tury of Progress and carry ing through their entire outing including a North Cape trip will begin in Fri days GlobeGazette Watch for this daily fea ture on the local news page the page presided over by Mr Norem for more than a dozen years Unity From Chaos Work ofBradshaw Judge and Spangler Behind Scenes at Convention IowaDally A Hotel Fort Ucs Moiiies By JAMES MAXWELL DES MOINES was created out of chaos in the re publican convention Wednesday by the quiet work of two accomplished political C S Brad shaw of Des Moines and Harrison E Spangler of Cedar Rapids The casual observer at the con vention saw a few hundred men and women milling in the lobby of the Savery hotel He saw backslap ping handshaking talking and cigarsmoking He saw a mass of sweating uncomfortable humanity But the casual observer did not see the mass of conflicting resolu tions being heaped in the office of Homer Stephens state chairman He did not see the contesting dis trict preliminary meetings in which leaders from the nine congressional districts of the state argued resolu tions to be presented to the conven tion and in which conflicts over can didates for the state central com mittee and convention committees were settled by compromise and voting Moves Behind Scene Moving behind the scenes seldom in sight Judge Bradshaw was lin ning up file nomination of candi dates so well that fore cast whothe successful candidates wouldbe on the night before the ballotingon Wednesday Also behind the scenes National Committeeman Spangler guided the sentiment of the leading delegates into an intention to demand of the convention a direct criticism of na lional democratic measures and practices Opposed to Spanglers desire to denounce the new deal Chairman Stephens and members of the state central committee were also at work Their purpose was to soften the criticism and at least to avoid specifically naming either national democratic leaders or the NRA or any agency to which the republi cans object Next Door to Turner While Spangler was busy Steph ens at thedirection of the state committee appointed a sifting com mittee to cull the many resolutions njbmitted to the convention This lifting committee by coincidence did its work in a room next door to he room of Dan Turner republican Candidate for governor And al hough the sifting committee was given carte blanche the resolutions SUPREME COURT OUSTER SOUGHT AS BODY MEETS Olson Takes Governo Office With Troops Supporting Him BISMARCK N Dak July 19 UP an atmosphere filled with ten sion the North Dakota house o representatives convened with i bare quorum present in defiance o a proclamation by Lieut Gov 01 H Olson acting governor revoking a special session while the senate convened without a quorum present Fiftyseven members were pres ent in the house as it was called tc order pursuant to call by William Langer deposed governor In the senate 18 members out o 49 were present and discussion im mediately began on whether it could be declared legally convened All Langer Supporters Those present in both houses wen ardent supporters of Langer who went into seclusion after the state supreme court held him disqualified tu hold office and declared the duties of the office devolve on Ol son L L Twichell head of the inde pendent republican wing in the house announced members of tha faction would not attend the ses sion Indications that the Langer con trolled rump legislature defying the supreme court order which hold Olson is the legal governor wouli attempt to impeach officials am possibly judges unfriendly to Lan ger were given in the senate Legality Questioned State Senator A F Bonzer Jr one of the Langer faction leaders submitted a resolution that the sen ate convene in its own right Dis cussion revolved around the legality of the meeting of the senate in view of the failure to have a quorum At p m the senate recessed 2 p m tomorrow Bonzer in his resolution said the senate had a right to convene to consider impeachment of any and all state officials D W Hamilton president pro em sitting in the presidents seat accupied in the last session by Lieut ov Olson called attention there was some uncertainty about the con of the senate because no quorum was present Absentees Notified C G Bangert nominated for one of the seats in the state supreme court in the recent primary election with indorsement by the Langer fac ion told the senate it was his vie troposed by it to the resolutions I that since the house is in legal ses ommittee on the convention were written in the spirit held in com mon by Turner Stephens and the majority of the retiring committee men This division of opinion wbetljer o condemn the new deal in detail r only generally then became a ontest for control of the resolu ions committee Each side was suc essful in winning some of these line places And when this commit ee met at noon Wednesday it re mained in session until and re vrote practically all the resolutions ubmitted to it Struck Compromise If the committee had not been plit between the two attitudes and it had not rewritten the resolu ions submitted to it a harmonious onvention close would hove been mprobable In the behind the scene selection f candidates for lieutenant gover or attorney general and secretary Turn io race 3 Column 7 GREENE KILLED IN AUTO CRASH Assistant Superintendent of Clay County Fair in Collision SPENCER Jury 19 reene 76 assistant superintendent f the Clay county fair was killed ere today when his car collided ith one driven by G R Spletter ty councilman and overturned Greene was Earl Sellers who subpoena ab sent members and force them to at tend Bangert moved that the absent members be notified and the motion was adopted Bonzers resolution was referred to committee The resolution calls on the senate to go on record as convening on its own call and not pursuant to Lan gersproclamation The house adopted a resolution declaring it is in session by its own initiative The sergeant at arms was instructed to bring in absent members Others Drift in The vote for the resolution was 53 to 8 The first roll call showed 57 members present but others drifted in later It was learned later Langer is keeping in close touch with the ac tivities of the assemblies and from a source close to him came word that he planned to go before the legislature whenever the members called on him He has prepared a Turn to Pate 3 Column 3 GOVERNOR AT LAST OLE H OLSON DECLARE G 0 P DOES BEST JOB Iowa Republicans Nominate Patterson Naglestad and Nelson PICTURES ON PAGE 3 By THOMAS F HAWIUNS DES MOINES July 19 republicans will wage their fight to turn out of office the democratic new dealers next fall on the premise that only the republican party can originate the measures that ulti mately will restore economic pros perity This broad theory around which the state convention built its speci fic criticism of what it termed ex and bureaucracy by topped the platform adopted shortly before adjournment late yesterday The sentiment also was expressed n an address by former Gov W L iarding The Republican party knows how to run the government and the democratic party doesnt he said Patterson Nominated The platform was adopted after the convention in city coliseum here rranted nominations to George W Patterson of Burt for lieutenant overnor Ole Naglestad of Sioux ity for attorney general and Fred Nelson of Nevada for secretary of igriculture The nominations were for the hree posts contested since the June primary when none of the candi dates obtained the 35 per cent vote majority necessary The republican resolutions also de manded repeal of the state sales ax condemned inordinate exten ion of the bureaucracy of state em iloyes pledged an administration if economy if elected and favored of the old age pension aw The party indorsed the old age ension law in principle however L state income tax was favored Liquor Just Mentioned A 43 word paragraph comprised tie only mention of liquor in Iowa t pledged effective enforcement of iquor laws but condemned the lanner and wasteful extravagance rith which the present laws for the ale of liquor through state stores being administered The convention deplored the endency toward the stifling of in dividual initiative favored encour agement of industry in the state ledged labor a high standard of ving commensuratewith the ideals f American citizenship and rec gnized that the restoration of griculture must be the foundation f permanent national recovery Seek Youths Support A strong bid for young republican also was advanced by the Tern to Pane 3 Column fl EXTRA VOTE TO RETURN TO WORK TAKEN BY COMMITTEE 191 Ballots Cast for End of Walkout to 1 74 Against BULLETIN SAN FRANCISCO July 19 The gan Francisco general strike committee voted today to end the muss walkout of union liihor here The vote was announced at 191 to 174 FRANCISCO July 39 Signs of rapid return to normalcy were observed on all sides today as San Francisco and Oakland began shaking off the headache of a gen eral strike Resumption of streetcar service by the Market Street railway was ex pected here shortly East bay trans portation service will start again to morrow Approximately 50000 union work ers in San Francisco are still on strike although many have returned to their duties of public conveni ence and necessity declared Ed ward Vandeleuer president of the San Francisco labor council and chairman of the general strike com mittee Officials of the Market Street railway announced that as many cars as possible would be placed in service while municipal railway heads saidh heads saidthvcitys had eg North Iowa Coolest Part of State but Plenty Hot uffered severe aken to the injuries Spencer and was hospital betters daughter Elizabeth who as riding with him was cut on the face but Spletter was unhurt North Iowa was the coolest part of the state Thursday but even in this section the temperature hov ered in the upper nineties Mason City had 96 degrees as did Water loo Charles City reported 95 and Fort Dodge 97 Highest reading reported in the state was 109 at Ottumwa The mercury hit 108 at Keokuk and Council Bluffs at oclock It was said to be the hottest day of the year at Council Bluffs and the alltime record at Ottumwa toppled Des Moines and Creston sweltered under 107 degrees Burlington reg istered 103 and Iowa City and Cedar Rapids reported 101 It was 98 at Clinton and 97 at Muscatine Corn over the southwestern area was firing badly and Leslie M Carl chief of the federal depart ment of agriculture said severe damage is likely to result Light scattered rains fell during the last 24 hours heaviest being 32 of an inch at Davenport Con tinued fair weather for Friday was predicted by the weather bureau tablished a record in number of cars in operation Test Cars Sent Out The municipal lines operated without police guards Test cars were sent out by the Market Streer company last night with police orts but no instances of intimida tion were reported The municipal ines operated 234 cars and in 24 hours had carried some 300000 pas sengers The produce district here pa rolled by national guardsmen was a scene of intense activity Auto ferry boats carried full loads of trucks bearing fresh produce and they were dispatched to various parts of the city to supply grocery stores Trucks without police convoys far outnumbered those with escorts Bullets Hit Car Bullets wuinea around an auto mobile in which United States Sen ator Robert F Wagner of New York sent west to investigate the maritime dispute and his party were riding on the Portland Ore gon waterfront One of the bullets struck a ma chine carrying E P Marsh con ciliator for the United States de partment of labor Four special guards at the municipal pier who police said fired the shots were re turned to duty after questioning Hugh Johnson NRA adminis trator and spokesman for the fed eral maritime dispute board here conferred with labor leaders last Turn to Inse 3 Column CORRECT SPEECH This is a concise guide to correct speech and writing in English treating of words frequently mis pronounced misspelled or misused by the average person Because slips of the tongue are more nu merous than slips of the pen espe cial care siould be taken to 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