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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas norm lowas J4RA DAILY PAPER w Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS yoL XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 27 1934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OK TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 249 REPORT ITALIANS OVER BORDER Learning by Experience Cuban Mistakes Not to Be Repeated in Philippines By HERBERT PLUMMER ASHINGTON July 27 anyone think Uncle Sam doe not learn by ex perience let him glance at Publi Law 127 enactec in the last con gress P L 127 i the vehicle b which is mad good one of th democratic par tys major prom ises to the elec in dependence f o the Philippines The last time Uncle Sam did any thing like this was in the case of Cuba Rules and regulationpre scribing how the Cuban constitu tion should be written and what it should contain were written in Washington The constitutional convention of the Island republic adjourned how ever before Washington had i chance to give its approval Nothing like that is likely to happen in the case of the Philip pines undir P L 127 With Reservations In the first place a draft of the proposed constitution for the Phil ippineswas written in Washington by request by the chairman of the house judiciary committee and cabled to Manila days in advance of the first meeting of the conven tion Certain political factions in the islands are reported to have resent ed this charging that if a people are to have complete independ ence as P L 127 provides they should have the right to formulate their own constitution p L 127 does provide for the complete independence of the Phil ippine Islands but it also provides for the adoption of a constitution and a form of government for tie Philippine Islands It does more than that Section 2 of the law is all but the constitution itself It makes manda tory that the Filipino constitution shall contain a bill of rights absolute toleration of religious sentiment the public debt shall not exceed limits set by the con gress of the United States an ade quate stem of public schools shall be established primarily conduct ed in the English language Filipinos Vote Pending complete divorce from Uncle Sam 10 years hence foreign affairs shall be under direct su pervision of the United States all acts passed by the Filipino leg islature shall be reported to the congress of the United States acts affecting currency imports and exports and immigration shall not become law until approved by the president of the United States and decisions of Filipino courts shall be subject to review by the supreme court of this country And after the convention writes its constitution it must be accepted or rejected by a first time Filipinos actually have had a chance to say by ballots whether or not they want inde pendence Its all to give the islands a chance to see for themselves what they can do Uncle Sam will give them a 10 year trial period If all is well by July 4 1945 or there abouts they can write their own still with reservations FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Fri day night and Saturday Not much change in temperature MINNESOTA Generally fair Friday night and Saturday cooler Friday night except in extreme north and extreme south LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday 86 Minimum in Night 75 At 8 A M Friday 76 Hitler Names von Papen Minister to Austria PLAN FOR PEACE IN MINNEAPOLIS AGAIN REJECTED Employers Refuse Plea to Reconsider Their First Stand MINNEAPOLIS July 27 Employers rejected a suggestio they reconsider their refusal o peace terms advanced by federa mediators ta the truck driver strike today as federal authoritie turned inquisitorial eyes on tw suspected communists linked by po lice with the strike Reiterating their previous answe they would not deal with com munists the employers advised th Rev Francis Haas and E H Dun nigan mediators they would not en ter into any arbitration with wage scale fixed in advance The city remained under military rule with guards patrolling the streets as federal immigration au thorities examined documents anc etters seized when James P Can non editor of the Militant com munist league publication and Max Shachtman editor of the New In ternational were arrested Released and Rearrested Both men charged with vagrancy upon presentation o a writ of habeas corpus in distric court this morning They were im mediately reairrested however bj guardsmen and taken to the arm ory They will be tried in military court officials indicated Results of the investigation fed eral men said would determine vhether deportation proceedings against the two would be started While inquiry was made into this ihase of the situation business was onducted as usual with additional national guardsmen called into Min neapolis The city however was quiet and the military discipline irst feared by citizens was con picuous by its absence Citizens Unaffected For the most part citizens were unaffected by control of the national guard Striking drivers however were forbidden to congregate out of doors in large numbers without written consent of Adjt Gen E A Walsh This order also applied to all atherings of 100 persons or more Employers were unable to move commercial vehicles save trucks bearing necessities without official mits from the military Trucks hat did move today plied the treets without armed police con for the first time in almost a week Deliveries Unhampered Deliveries of breadstuffs milk ce beer gasoline were unhampered guardsmen This did not include deliveries of pie cake and pastry Turn to Paue 2 Column 5 STATIONMASTER KILLED BY BLAST Three Judges of Hell Get Blame for Bomb Left in Subway Coach PARIS July 27 three udges of bombers who lave terrorized the French capital believed by police to be re sponsible for an infernal machine blast in a Montparnasse subway station which killed the station master and injured two passengers A conductor in a first class oach found an innocent looking ackage lying on a seat At the station where two iubway lines intersect he turned t over to the stationmaster to be sent to the lost package office The train pulled out and just as he stationmaster was examining the package the bomb inside ex loded He was killed Two subway rid rs were injured The episode was the first subway ilast in a long series of bombings ttributed to the unidentified per ons for whom police have sought or months past and who signed otes attached to their bombs The three judges of hell FIRST UNCENSORED PHOTO OF NAZI PUTSCH Here is the first picture which evaded Austrian censorship of the nazi putsch sent telephoto to London and radioed to New York showjng Heimwchr troops with tanks before the chancellery building in Vienna where 144 Austrian nazis daringly captured Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss and two other cabinet ministers killing the tiny antinayi dictator when he attempted to escape For two hours the rebels held federal troops at bay by means of the hostages surrendering with the guarantee of a safe conduct to the German border afterwards retracted and the nazis jailed amidst threats of lynching by trocps and civilians when death of the tiny chancellor was learned KOHLER PICKET LINES SMASHED 75 Special Deputy Marshals Clean Out Headquarters of Strikers KOHLER Wis July 27 Seventyfive special deputy mar shals of Kohler village today smash ed the picket lines besieging the Manufacturing company where a strike is in progress and cleaned out field headquarters of the strikers The pickets offered comparatively ittle resistance most of them flee ng before the mass advance of the deputies One was struck on the lead in being disarmed after strik ng at a deputy with a club Some fled into adjacent cornfields Shacks Demolished Shacks the pickets threw togeth r on property adjoining the plant were demolished The deputies re jorted the seizure of many clubs lingshots and railroad spikes Bar ricades at the gate through which reight cars are hauled and that to the pottery plant were torn down The picket line before the main jffice building where a hope has ffectively blocked entrance and gress was broken The deputies raid followed the uccessful movement of a carload f coal into the plant after it was mce turned back Petition Is Presented The following petition dated July 6 and signed by 1500 Kohler em loyes was presented today to An on Brotz president of Kohler vil age and the board of trustees We employes of the Kohler com any have an opportunity and want o work for the company under erms now in effect which are sat sfactory to us An organized group not from tohler village and many not even employes are forcibly and iotously interfering with our enter ig the plant As American citizens with a ight to earn a living we demand ull protection by the legal authori ies in entering the factory and therwise Campaign of Iowa Demos Has 3 Units Action Takes Place Behind Scenes at Convention horning Warned Its Water Supply Will Last 30 Days More CORNING July 27 esidents have been warned by Cal loman superintendent of the city that the water supply n the city reservoir will last just 3 days longer Homan said the water supply is aJminishing an inch a day and in the reater part of the reservoir the ater is only six feet deep City of cials are endeavoring to have wa er shipped here either from Coun 1 Bluffs or Omaha Iowa Pnily PrPM A4im Hotel Fort Des Mollies By JAMES MAXWELL DES MOINES July the scenery of the democratic state convention during the handshaking and preparation of a platform while district caucuses were being held a ihree unit campaign was planned at the Fort Des Moines hotel which when the details become known will e news even to state party leaders One of the three units is of course he regular party organization of the state The second of the units was formed when the Iowa democratic congressional contingent met at Wednesday night and planned a oint campaign And the third of the units resulted from an informal gathering of lead ers of the Young Democratic clubs of the state and nation All Except Biermann The meeting of Iowas congress men was attended by all the sitting congressmen of the state except Fred Biermann of the fourth district who could not attend because of sickness According to reports Con gressmen Eicher of the first and Candidate Utterback of the sixth districts led in the campaign dis cussion Candidates from the three Iowa districts with republican con gressmen also attended the meet ing The congressmen favored going into the fall campaign as a unit Each of course confining his cam paigning largely but not wholly to his own district But all taking a similar position on the issues which confront the nation and the voters of Iowa When the gettogether ended it was wtih the understanding that a similar meeting would be called in the near future to complete the plans for such a united campaign Otho Wearin Speaks Following the meeting Congress man Otho Wearin Iowas youngest representative who is from the sev enth district said I believe such a campaign by the congressmen of Iowa would help to show the voters what the new deal has meant to our state JudgeUtterback of the sixth dis trict expressed a similar opinion The other congressmen and candi dates could not be reached The Young Democrats of Iowa meeting was an informal gathering of state and national officers in the hotels tap room where during Turn to PttRe 3 Column 3 TWO INJURED IN HAMPTON CRASH Condition of Hamilton Is Critical Following Auto Collision HAMPTON July S Hamilton Jr of Hampton is in a critical condition suffering injuries received Thursday night when the car he was driving and an auto driven by Joe Simonsen crashed Simonsen was also injured but his condition is not critical Hamilton who has been uncon scious part of the time since the accident suffered severe cuts on his head and is believed to have a brok en shoulder Physicians expect he will recover Simonsen received a broken jaw bone five broken ribs and a badly wrenched back The accident occurred at the rlamilton home on highway 65 at he north edge of Hampton as Hamilton who was headed north started to turn in at his driveway Simonsen was going south The cars were demolished Marshal Lyautey of France Organizer of Colonies Dies PARIS July 27 Louis H Lyautey virtual war dic tator of France under Aristide Briand died today at the age of 80 years France lost one of its greatest colonizers in the death of Marshal Lyautey The greater part of his life was spent in pacifying organizing and developing the overseas possessions of his country Fred and Al Key Up in Plane Seven Days MERIDIAN Miss July 27 Fred and Al Key aloft in the Old Miss today were entering their seventh day in the skies and had completed more than 150 hours aloft They are attempting a new endurance flying record BALLOON FLIGHT WILL START AT DAWN SATURDAY BULLETIN RAPID CITY S Dak July 27 stratosphere bal loon flight imminent for the past month will start at dawn tomorrow Major William E Kepner pilot announced this afternoon ACTION SEEN AS MOVE TO QUIET EUROPES FEARS Germany Denies It Had Anything to Do With Nazi Putsch BERLIN July 27 lor Hitler named the conservative vice chancellor Franz von Papen to become minister to Austria today in what was regarded as an astute move to assure the world Germanys attitude towards Austria is every thing that can be desired The propaganda ministry an nounced that von Papen now in Switzerland has accepted the ap pointment He has long been a storm center of the nazi govern ment because of his sharp criticism In keeping with custom the ap pointment was formally framed as a request to President von Hinden burg who has yet to reply with his necessary consent Approval of the president was taken for granted liuivever government circles assum ing his opinion had been asked be forehand Dared to Criticize Should von Papen go to Vienna Hitler would achieve the long soughtwish to have vonPapen oui of the cabinet The Austria post be came vacant with the summary withdrawal from Vienna of Kurt Rieth following the asassination of Chancellor Dolfuss Von Papen who has dared to criticize the nazi regime is at pres ent Saar commissioner His appointment it was believed would be highly agreeable to other foreign powers Hitlers recognition of this was seen in his expressed wish in the letter to Hindenburg to relax the general situation in Europe espe cially as regards Germany and Austria Deny Any Guilt The move likely will result in the ppointment of Herman Wilhelm oering Hitlers right hand man in he June 30 revolt and premier of Prussia to the vice chancellory Many believed von Papens appoint ment would not be temporary as Hitler says An official communique said to day that strict investigations es ablished the fact that in no case has any German official been guilty of having directly or indirectly anything to do with the happenings in Austria It further emphasized Germanys determination to show the outside world an attitude of complete de tachment toward Austria AH Roads Barred All roads leading to Austria were immediately barred when news of the putsch was received the com munique added and Austrians en camped in Germany were strictly forbidden to leave their quarters The only exception the commun ique continued was that Theodore Habicht responsible for Austrian news over the Munich radio station through a lack of proper control permitted Austrian reports to go out that might have produced a dif ferent impression Therefore Hab icht has been removed from his post of inspector The openingof the AustroGer man frontier after a 24 hour closure was represented in official circles as showing that the border control is sufficient to prevent any illegal movements or untoward happen ings NEW HITLER ENVOY FIIANZ VON PAPEN ITALY TO SEND NO MORE TROOPS Government Spokesman Says Situation in Austria Is Satisfactory YUGOSLAVIA TO MOBILIZE ARMY IF RUMOR TRUE Vienna Awaits Attack Parts of Austria in State of Anarchy BELGRADE Yugoslavia July 27 unconfirmed report that talian troops have already crossed he Austrian border near Villach aused grave concern in govern ment circles tonight Every effort was being mada ither to confirm or definitely es ablish the falsity of the report One official told the Associated ress correspondent that if the re port should be confirmed Yugo slavia will have no choice but to mobilize her army Meanwhile absolutely no troop movements have taken place on the Yugoslavian border However Foreign Minister Yeftich departed hastily to confer with the ting of Nishkabanya where the lat ter is spending the summer BULLETIN ROME July 27 gov ernment spokesman tonight said Italy ivould intervene in Austria if the internal situation there justifies the step His dec laration mitrlscd an advance in the Italian viewpoint which was hitherto that Italy ivouJd Inter vene in Austria if Austrian in dependence was threatened from outside the country ROME July govern ment spokesman said today that no urther Italian troops will be sent o the Austrian border at present He characterizes the Austrian sit uation as satisfactory Commenting on the intense diplo matic activity which has been in progress for the last two days this spokesman said it was not designed to create any concerted action and that no diplomatic steps would be taken in Berlin by Great Britain France or Italy He said the reported concentration of German troops On the Austrian border was not regarded here with alarm and on the contrary the Italian government was relieved by the belief that the German soldiers not only would prevent Austrian legionnaris now in Germany from going into Austria but would also prevent the escape into Germany of Austrian terrorists The unofficial Vienna report that Premier Mussolini would attend the funeral of Chancellor Dollfuss Sat urday in Vienna was denied by the spokesman He said that II Duce in stead would attend the requiem services that will be held in Rome for the late Austrian dictator He further said the Italian gov ernment looks with pleasure and re lief upon the appointment of Franz von Papen German vice chancellor as minister to Austria TENSION EASES WAR IS IMPOSSIBLE PARIS July 27 French foreign office said today war is im possible as an immediate result of Chancellor Dollfuss assassination Peace instead it was said was strengthened by the failure of Austrian nazis and world wide dis Turn lo Paitfi 2 Column 3 Skies Sunny but Extreme Temperatures Not Back Although the sky was sunny over Iowa the deathdcaling tempera tures of the last week did not re turn Friday The mercury tumbled Thursday below the 100 mark with seven weather bureau stations reporting tops of below 85 degrees Mason City had an 86 degree reading Highest reading in Iowa was 97 at By WADE WEBNEB Conyrtpht 1I34 by The ASNOclnted FreM VIENNA July 27 eased tonight as a feared nazi at tack against the capital failed to develop immediately butthe vig ilance of government scai tered strategically about the city was not diminished Government forces appeared to be gafcnng the ascendancy in bat tles reported raging in various por tions of the country but these re ports were so fragmentary that a picture of the situation could not be compiled It appeared certain however that at least 500 persons had been slain n battles with the nazis In State of Anarchy Whole sections of the country vere reported in a state ap roximating anarchy In Vienna itself heavy cordons of ascist heimwehr troops were drawn round the districts in which are he most important government uildings Machine gun companies mounted heir weapons on the roof of the Hochhaus Viennas skyscraper Diving the guns a position of com mand over the federal chancellery n the Ballhausplatz Jammed Troops The Ballhausplatz itself was ammed with heimwehr troops All government buildings were hurriedly supplied with candles as Turn to 1nire 2 Column 3 SEETHING EUROPE At a time when the drums of war art sounding through central Eur cpe GlobeGazette readers will wish to have a geographical back ground Fortunately our information bur eau in Washington has a brand new map of Europe Its just off the press It can be had for 10 cents Just 20 years ago Austria started a war that broke the heart of the world What is to follow on the as sassination this week of Austrias chancellor Of course you will want to follow these epochmaking contemporary events in the most understanding way possible A best beginning will be to provide yourself with this NEW MAP OF EUROPE An or der blank for your convenience fol lows Albia the bureau said Creston had a top 95 and Keokuk and Clarinda 94 Crops however still suffered despite scattered showers Weather j bureau stations reported precipita tions of 06 of an inch at Iowa Falls 04 at Dubuque and Iowa City 02 at 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