Mason City Globe Gazette, July 30, 1934

Mason City Globe Gazette

July 30, 1934

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1934, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JULY 30 1934 THREE HAS REPLY FOR CRITICS OF AAA Wallace Says Old Dealers Want to See Surpluses Pile Up Again RUSTON La July 30 ting back at republicans who attack the AAA program Secretary Wal lace said today that the battle cry of the old dealers is pile up the surpluses again The agricultural secretary said in a speech that the republican party has always been short on states manship and has even seduced hardheaded farmers into believing that since the drought has disposed of the surpluses the agricultural ad justment effort should be aban doned File Up Surpluses The old dealers because they never had any real sympathy with the farmers anyway would doubt less like to see the farmers in the United States Harvesting their full 60000000 acres of wheat 105000 000 acres of corn 41000000 acres of cotton and maintain the crop land acreage in the United States at the 370000000 acre total of re cent years he said The battle cry of the old dealers therefore seems to be pile up the surpluses again but hold the tariff at a point which will make it im possible to dispose of the surplus on the world market Will Make Changes The drought will make changes in the 1935 farm adjustment program he added We have always figured that adjustments would be needed year by is the reason we called it an adjustment act Regardless of changes which may be made he declared definitely there will be no abandonment of the prin cipal of governmental assistance to farmers in establishing the neces sary balance between supply and demand and giving just compen sation for their cooperation BALLOON CRASH PROBE TO GO ON Continued From POKC D 60000 feet considerably short of the stratosphere record but they were not even sure of this Up 57000 Feet The last time I glanced at the instrument it showed we were at an altitude of 57000 feet Stevens said We were climbing rapidly at the time but in a few minutes we noticed the rip and agreed that we must come down All members of the crew were busy every second at the task of bringing the balloon to earth More appeared in the bag and not nntil the Explorer had dropped to 20000 feet above sea level was it possible for the men to open tfce porthole release the spectograph which was tied to the outside of the gondola and then prepare to jump with their parachutes Things were happening fast and little attention was paid to the valuable instru ments Sense of a Goose Stevens who tied parachutes to a couple of empty oxygen bottles and heaved them out of the port hole commented If I had had the sense of a goose I could just as easily have tied parachutes to some of the films and records and saved them instead of the bottles National Geographic society of ficials who with the U S army air corps sponsored the flight said the balloon cost about 560000 The pre cious instruments carried by it were valued in the hundreds of thousands pf dollars but no accurate estimate was available as more than 20 sci entific organizations supplied them Half Million Dollars Some army officers termed the 300 mile flight which started near Rapid City S Dak a half million dollar venture but no authority for the estimate of the cost wag avail able here The spectograph today was en route by express to the University of Rochester Examination of it there will reveal whether new to science resulted from the worlds most pretentious venture into the stratosphere Fabric Too Light Discussing the cause of the rip in the bag Captain Anderson ad vanced the theory that the fabric used below the diaphragm was too light He said that instead of two ounce material three or four ounce fabric should havebeen used Cap tain Stevens had a different opin ion He believed the fabric strong enough but that local strains on the peculiarly shaped bag and the meth od by which it was unfolded prob ahly were responsible for the rips which caused the airmen to seek a landing before they were able to reach the bags maximum altitude Rehorst Formerly of New Hampton Is Dead NEW HAMPTON July eral services were held Saturday in Riverside Cal for John Rehorst who died from a stroke Mr Re horst was born in Chlckasaw coun ty Feb 14 1870 He left here 31 years ago for California where he operated an orange grove Two daughters survive besides two sis ters Mrs Mike Peters New Hamp ton Mrs Robert Kalkbrenner Fred ericksburg and two brothers Henry Rehorst Fredericksburg and Wil liam Rehorst New Hampton three half sisters and three half brothers Invited to Armstrong SWEA CITY July Swea City M E Aid society was invited to attend guest day at Armstrong Wednesday DOLLFUSS SLAYER IS PUT ON TRIAL Continued Vtom Page 1 tioned inside and outside the court room No Past Records Both the defendants are married and neither has any past criminal record Planetta is 34 years old and Holzweber 29 In Planettas alleged confession he said I and a few of my comrades stormed up the big staircase on the right of the entrance to the chan cellery I was followed by one of my comrades who apparently knew the way and had assumed leadership Suddenly we found ourselves in the room of the chancellor and op posite him I raised my pistol and without any exchange of words fired two shots at the chancellor I saw him collapse Two of my comrades after a short time put Dollfuss on a couch I was drawn out of the room by one of my comrades Saddened by Arrest Frau Planetta saddened by the arrest of her husband and the charge against him spoke with sor row of the grief of Dollfuss widow Frau Dollfuss like myself has lost the dearest thing she had on earth she said I want to implore her to receive me not to ask mercy for my husband but to tell her how I sympathize with her Above all I do not want her to hate me Forty nazis early today raided the general hospital in an unsuc cessful effort to abduct Dr Anton Rintelen former Austrian minister to Rome who was found to be lying there seriously wounded despite the original report last Thursday that he had committed suicide ProNazi Leanings Rintelen known to have pro nazi leanings was announced as new chancellor by the nazis when they assassinated Chancellor Doll fuss last Wednesday Rintelen was immediately arrested and the an nouncement was given out that he had shot himself fatally in jail Today when the raiding party entered the hospital a nurse noti fied the police who arrived in time to capture several of the raiders The rest escaped Because of the extraordinary measures of defense against a threatened nazi putsch taken throughout the city last night the general hospital temporarily was left without its strong guard while police and heimwehr members were concentrated around such strategic public buildings as the war minis try and police headquarters Rumors of Monarchy Restoration rumors flared through the city again today with the arrival of unverified reports from Lacenburg near Vienna that the Hapsburg summer palace was being renovated prior to its re occupation It is to be recalled that the late Emperor Charles and the Princess Zita mother of the arch duke Otto spent some time there after the revolution of 1918 A World war field marshal was placed under arrest for nazl activ ity He is Karl Bardolff one time chief of the military cabinet of the Grand Duke Franz Ferdinand Usually when the possibility of a nazi controlled Austrian cabinet has been discussed the name of Bar dolff has cropped up as the possible minister of war ITALY STANDS BY ROME July 30 re assuring reports from Vienna Italys fighting forces remain encamped on the Austrian border today One official said the troops would remain in the north for about two more weeks Traffic between the two countries is said to be resuming normal proportions Premier Mussolini is devoting his full attention to the nazifascist hostilities in Austria determined that nazis shall not dominate the country He spenthis fiftyfirst birthday yesterday studying reports on the situation He had planned to be at a sea resort with Engelbert Dollfuss the martyred Austrian chancellor Report Troops on Border MUNICH Germany July 30 UP was reported without confirma tion today that 100 Italian soldiers had entered Innsbruck Austria to guard the Italian consulate MASON CITY MAN INJURED SLIGHTLY Continued From fage 1 but he was adjudged not insane by the group of examiningphysicians Kritzman claimed Skipsey had de frauded him The charge grew out of a mort jage foreclosure made by Skipsey upon three lots owned by Kritzman Bkipsey foreclosed the mortgage on Nov 29 1930 and since that time he Clear Lake man has held his grudge against the contractor of ficers stated Kritzman has been residing next to his former residence upon which a foreclosure was made by Skip sey Joseph M Daniels who ives at the residence at present was the person whom Skipsey came to visit Sunday night Virgil Daniels 16 year old neigh bor boy who witnessed the scene Skipsey and Miss Asam testified at the hearing Monday afternoon Ponzi Loses Fight to Avoid Deporting BOSTON July 30 United States district court today denied the petition of Charles Ponzi get richquick exponent to set aside the decision of the immigration author ties to deport him to Italy Ponzi served more than 11 years in var ious jails and prisons as a result of his scheme to return 50 per cent interest on investments 45 days Garms Fireman on North Western Loses Arm in Fall Off Train William Garms 222 Fourteenth street northwest fireman on the Chicago and North Western rail road was rushed to Waterloo Sat urday afternoon after falling from a train near Clutier and receiving in juries to his right arm and knee An emergency operation was per formed amputating his arm be tween the elbow and shoulder Rail road officials here received the re port that unless complications set in Garms will recover DOCK WORKERS TO END STRIKE 12000 Longshoremen Vote to Return to Work on Tuesday SAN FRANCISCO July The strike that has tied up Pacific coast shipping for more than two months is ended Twelve thousand longshoremen in ports from feellingham Wash to San Diego Cal have voted to re turn to work at 8 oclock tomorrow morning Marine workers who also have been on strike have not announced their plans but the belief prevails that they too will be back on the job tomorrow The announcement that the dock workers will end their strike Tues day removed the threat that na tional guardsmen would enter Port land Ore today to open the port 3 IOWA YOUTHS ON PICNIC DROWN Wade Beyond Depth in Iowa River in Full Sight of Party on Shore MIDDLE AMANA July 30 Three Fairfax youths members of a picnic party were drowned a mile south of here about 3 p m Sunday when they waded beyond their depth in the Iowa river within full sight of their companions on shore The victims were Charles Pospi sil Lumir Kilberger and Milo Kil berger the latter two cousins None was able to swim The trio had waded out on a sand bar with two friends whensuddenly they stepped off the end of the bar ana sank Their bodies did not come to the surface an hour They were taken from the water by George Heidel of Davenport Cor oner E M Mahannah1 oi North Eng lish said no inquest would be held PARTY OPPOSED TO SALES LEVY Iowa FarmerLabor Group Indorses FrazierLemke Farm Bill DBS MOINES July 30 new Iowa farmerlabor party today stood on a platform indorsing the FrazierLemke farm moratorium bill and opposing the retail sales tax The nominees selected at the state convention here Saturday were Wallace M Short of Sioux City governor Arthur Hauver of Springville lieutenant governor Archie Carter of Oskaloosa secre tary of state Ernest Quick of Des Moines state auditor Mrs Minnie Duvall of Des Moines state treas urer U A Schreechfield of Daven port attorney general W A Payne of Indianola superintendent of pub lic instruction Jesse Sickler of Og den secretary of agriculture and William Jeffries of Valley Junction and Paul I D Ostby of Kensett railroad commissioners The partys platform adopted in convention here Saturday included Legislationgiving farmers and home owners a five year option on property lost through foreclosure Public Ownership Building and maintaining1 ade quate cooperation marketing pro cessing and distributing agencies to protect consumers and producers from extortionate profits Public or cqoperative ownership of natural resources banks public utilities packing plants transpor tation and communication systems and monopolized industries Use of Iowa coal for electrical development and in public institu tions Legislation to regulate hours and wages of labor unemployment ac cident illness maternity and old age pensions Abolition of poor farms Revision of the teachers minimum salary law and optional military training at state educational insti tutions Graduated Taxes Restoration of unearned wealth to the state through graduated net taxes Immediate payment of the sol diers bonus Opposition to tax exempt securi ties Opposition to the issuance of in terestbearing government bonds with all money to be full legal ten der in payment of all debts Opposition to state constabulary or etate police though the international officers oi the meat cutters are opposed to it Has 9000 Members The meat cutters and butcher j workmen include all employes of the butcher line from killers on The union claims some 9000 members of the 50000 employed in Chicagos i packlngtown but it was admitted in the yards that the meat handling mechanism would be stopped by a successful walkout of their mem bers Officials of the butchers union were to go into conference later to day with leaders of the striking livestock handlers who went out about 800 strong last Tuesday The handlers strike has cut ship ments of stock severely Albia Doctor Dies DES MOINES July 30 T R Castles 52 of Albia died in a local hospital following a short Illness The leader of the latest escape from the Indiana peniten tiary at Michigan City in which five prisoners fled to freedom was believed to be Maurice OFlaherty 25 convict who has served terms in Ohio and Indiana and who was once held in St Louis in connection with the slaying of a policeman Associated Press JOHNSON PLANS TRIP TO CHICAGO NRA Chief Will Attempt to Settle Labor Dispute at Stockyards CHICAGO July 30 reached the strike stalled Chicago stockyards today that Gen Hugh S Johnson NRA administrator would fly here tomorrow or Wed nesday to attempt a settlement of the labor dispute paralyzing the yards Federal mediators sent here to try for peace said they understood this was General Johnsons plan Pat E Gorman international presi dent of the Amalgamated Meat Cut tors and Butcher Workmen said the report carne from Washington Fear General Strike Meanwhile the threat of a gen eral strike which would take in union employes of the big packing plants was growing Commission men who buy and sell stock in the yards were in a meeting which was to decide whether theywould at tempt to resume business now at a standstill with nonunion hand lers If they do Gorman said it will be hard to keep strike sentiment down It is crystalizing now al COMMENT MADE AND WITHDRAWN Continual From IIIKO X see there is no risk in the immedi ate future of peace being broken It might well be that peace will not be broken and there are a great many people in Europe who will do all they can to see to it that it is not broken Declaring the question of im perial defense and disarmament had occupied the minds of the govern ment and the house of commons it self for many years Baldwin con tinued Many Disturbing Events In the Saar in Memel and in Danzig there have been disturbing events and the recent and most tragic incidents in Germany itself and last of all in Austria which showed there was a spirit aboard in parts of Europe which if it could not be curbed might some day make the task on which their thoughts centered impossible of achievement It was in circumstances such as these that we have seen in the ma jority the nations who are working on this question of whether actively at Geneva or with sympathy as in the case of the United States which is not a mem ber of the league of within the last year or two rather move toward increasing their arma ments than decreasing them The future is uncertain Biermann Expected to Leave Hospital Soon DECORAH July tative Fred Biermann is recovering from an operation on an infected foot and is expected to leave the hospital at the end of this week He has been in the hospital for the past month for treatment and ob servation He is to speak at a church picnic Aug 4 at the Winne shiek fairgrounds Fire Damages Home DES MOINES July 30 believed to have been caused by chimney sparks from a Mtchen stove caused estimated damage of 53000 at the home of O E Lane Suspect Held for Series of Strange Shootings in Ohio STEUBENVILLE Ohio July 30 believe they have the answer today to the scries of strange killings at the Wheeling Steel corporation A 49 year old World war veter an arrested yesterday was carry ing strapped to his waist a 38 caliber special revolver which bal listics experts said was the weapon used in the slaying of three men and the wounding of a fourth The supect a worker at the mill gave the name of David Dascanlo alias Dasco He said he carried the revolver for his protection insist ing I no shoot nobody He was arrested by special offi cers who had been watching his ac tions since Jan 30 when Fred Mels heimer was shot down fatally wounded on the mill property Three months later James Barnett another mill employe was shot and wounded in the darkness around the plant He is recovering Henry Ford Quietly Observes His 71st Birthday With Wife BIG BAY Mich July 30 Henry Ford is 71 years old today He and Mrs Ford planned to ob serve the occasion by the same quiet dinner together which has featured each July 30 since they were married in 1888 The only dif ference between Mr Fords sev entyfirst birthday and those of other years is his absence from his office and laboratory at Dearborn He and Mrs Ford are vacationing at the secluded Huron mountain club on Lake Superior 19 miles from Big Bay Last Known Veteran v of Southern Army in N E Iowa Dies ROOSEVELT ON HIS WAY HOME President Speeds Through Pacific to Rejoin Wife at Portland ABOARD THE CRUISER NEW ORLEANS E N R 0 U T E WITH PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TO PORTLAND Ore July 30 President Roosevelt sped through the Pacific today 1500 miles from Portland Ore where he will rejoin his wife with his cruisers maintain ing a fast pace of 22 knots A memory of their days in Ha waii stuck with the men on the presidents ship as they rapidly left the tropical region behind heading on a northeasterly course With cool er clays members of the presidential party began looking into their ward robes for heavier clothing Thoroughly acquainted with eco nomic and social conditions in the circle of American possessions and territories Roosevelt is anxious to make an inspection of federal pro jects on the mainland from coast to coast Arriving in Portland Friday morn ing he will be back at his desk in less than a week returning to Washington Aug 9 Mrs Roosevelt Leaves SAN FRANCISCO July 30 As a culmination to the tour that has brought her leisurely across the continent Mrs Franklin D Roose velt planned to leave here today for Portland Ore to meet her husband when he returns from his vacation cruise to Hawaii The first lady with her companion Miss Lorena A Hickok of Now York drove unnoticed into San Francisco yesterday morning Her presence was soon generally known however despite her expressed wish to the contrary Mrs Roosevelt visited friends in the East Bay district after attend ing church WATERLOO July 30 liam Bird 86 last known veteran of the Confederate army in northeast ern Iowa died Sunday night at the home of his daughter Mrs Carrie Clough here He was born in the Shenandoah valley of Virginia and enlisted in the Virginia light horse cavalry at the age of 17 and served under General Shields Brought Here From Manly for Treatment Herman Backus 62 was brought to a local hospital from Manly Sat urday afternoon for treatment of a hip injury incurred when he slip ped while descending a ladder into a hog house Mississippi River Dragged for Bodies of Burlington Pair BURLINGTON July 30 The Mississippi river about 3 miles north of Burlington was being dragged today for the todies of Paul Milter 28 and Horace Adams 24 son of a local police officer who were drowned Sunday The two men left the local docks in an outboard motorboat owned by Miller Another craft which left shortly after discovered the Miller boat empty but with the motor still op erating running in a widecirt at a point near a wing4 dam A cap and cigarets were seen floating In the water q J ggnoldj commar NOWget back your energy quickly when you feel glum and weary Thousands of smokers have adopted this way of combating low energy and low spirits when their energy sags down they smoke a Camel Their 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