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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 3, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT B1AKES AJLL NORTH NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION yoL XL F1VH CENTS A COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LJ5ASED WIRE SERV1CB MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST 3 1934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 255 Relief Issue in Politics Fletcher Wallace Clash Brings It Into Open By HERBERT PTLUMISIER ASHING TON Aug 3 exchange between Henry P Fletch er chairman of the republican national commit tee and Secre tary Wallace oE the department of a g r i c u Iture on politics in relief definitely brings into the open an issue certain to be fought out on a hundred fronts between now and November Fletcher charges flatly that the administra tion is delaying checks for crop re ductions so they will reach the farmers at a psychological just before election or when the campaign is at its height has countered that the allegation is a contempt ible unfounded partisan state i It is the first time to date two such dignitaries of opposing parties have engaged in such a controversy The charge frequently has been made by lesser political lights that distribution of vast government funds for relief drought aid and crop reduction benefits would be timed to aid the democratic cam paign but it has been more or less ignored by the administration The Personal Note With ihe chairman of the repub national committee and the secretary of agriculture at odds on the question apparently the die ig cast It is bound to be reflected in all stump speeches from now on Washington observers and poli ticians were impressed by the per sonal note injected in Secretary t Wallaces to Fletchers r J It is a in said Wallace for a man of Mr Fletchers intelligence and standing in the republican party to make deliberately for partisan pur poses a completely unfounded state ment designed to stir up ill Fletcher the polished diplomat accustomed to the dignified and suave parlance of diplomacy must have winced abit when he read that It just wasnt as they say in diplomatic circles according to pro tocol Issues for Fall Some politicians profess to see shrewd strategy in Fletchers open charge of democratic skullduggery in handling the relief checks A major point of attack by repub licans in the congressional cam paign was to be centered on the slowness of recovery in business and industry under the new Administration statisticians how ever are predicting that an upturn in business in the fall is a good jfamble If this materializes much of the force of the republican argu ment will be lost Charges that the administration is playing politics with relief funds would come in handy as an issue Fan Dancers Again Wear Pants After Police Make Raids CHICAGO Aug 3 dancers wore pants again today at the Worlds fair Declaring the lid ia not po lice squads last night raided five villages and the seized gambling wheels in each place closed an exhibition and on their wayr out ordered pants placed on Faith Bacon a fan dancer Officials said they would not per mit abuses of their new liberalized policy adopted at the insistence of disgruntled concessionaires POLICE ON GUARD AT STOCKYARDS Debates Site fair Burial Rurul Mail Carriers Meet CHEROKEE Aug 3 than 500 rural mall carriers regis tered herefor the thirtyfourth con vention of Iowa Rural Mail Carriers association FORECAST Fair and warmer in north west portion Friday night Sat urday increasing cloudiness nnrt MINNESOTA Fair warmer In west and central portions Friday night Saturday becom ing unsettled with wnrnicr in southeast possibly showers In northwest portion IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday 76 Minimum in Night 5l At 8 A SI 71 BODY EXPECTED TO REST ON OLD FAMILY ESTATE Hitlers Sudden Rise to Power Subordinated as Topic Copyright 1334 by The Associated BERLIN Aug 3 Germany can best honor her beloved Paul Hindenburg by burial on the battlefield of one of his greatest victories or in the quiet of his home at Neudeck was the great national question today Even the discussions of Chancel lor Adolf Hitlers sudden ascendancy to the presidency were subordinated to the subject of von Hmdenburgs burial place The government wants the body of the field marshal interred in a tower of the great war monument at Tannenberg where von Hinden burgs army slew Russians during the early days of the World war But the house of Hindenburg wants the burial to be with the four generations of Hindenburgs already lying in the family plot To Rest ht Neudeck Present prospects are that the formal state funeral will be held aa scheduled Tuesday with Hitler de livering the1 oration and that the late presidents body will be laid to rest at Neudeck Wednesday Germany gazed across the bier of her deadpresident into an uncertain future of superHitlerism Complexities within the father land and without confronted Aldolf Hitler the corporal who by the death of the aged Paul von Hinden burg yesterday has become master of the destinies of Gei mans His weapon for successfully overcoming these problems is a dic tatorial power without parallel m atl Europe The free plebiscite he has or dered to be held Aug 19 to de termine a successor to von Hindon burg is as all Germans recognize but a ceremony It will rubber stamp Hitlers assumption of presidential powers in addition to those he ex ercises as chancellor Germans lievvildered Many Germans seem bewildered over the suddenness of events even though nothing unexpected has oc curred It was considered that the chancellor would take the presi dency When von Hindenburg died and that he would seek quickly to gain the allegiance of the army was Hindenburgs chief re liance The nazis however have moved with a nice regard for pub lic reaction Hitlers declination of the title of president because it is indissolubly bound up with the name of the great is re gurded as a decision calculated to retain public support Nazis are jubilant too over the army and navys pledge of allegi ance to Hitler which was made be fore nightfall yesterday These units of armed force were the most likely threat to Hitler and naziism and now they are bound to him by their solemn word Troops Concentrating There are reports that Czechoslo vakian troops are concentrating on their frontier fearing a movement involving Germans Czechoslovakia has watched carefully the situation in Austria with its undercurrent of German involvement Other reports that lack confir mation due to a tight censorship say German soldiers arc gathered at the Austrian border Much of the financial load the re aligned Hitler administration must carry will be laid on the shoulders of Hjalmar Schacht president of the relchsbank who was named acting minister of economics suc ceeding Dr Kurt Schmitt who is retiring because of ill health Mourned as Churchman Germany mourns the late presi dent von Plindenburg not alone for Turn to PUKE 3 Column 4 HITLER VISITS HOME OF VON HINDENBURG Death Sentence for Nazi Commuted by Austrian President VIENNA Aug 3 Wllhehn Miklas today commuted the death sentence of a nazi to life imprisonment The nazi Is Edward Hoenisch 24 who was sentenced to death by a courtrnartlal for the pos session of explosives Mlklan inter vened in time to prevent the hang ing scheduled for p m This Associated Prttss picture sent to Navy AorU by radio shows Adoll Hitler loft shaking hands with Col Oskar von Hindenburg son of Germanys late president when Hitler visited at the homo in Neuneck East Prussia a few hours before the venerated former Held marshal died Also shown are William Briipclmer Hitlers adjutant and Otto Mclssner Germany secretary pf state Solemn Quiet Prevails at Sta tely flinden Master Surrounded by PAY IS RESUMED IN 13 COUNTIES Hardin Committee Calls for Recheck of County Corn Hog Contracts WASHINGTON Aug 3 A G Black cmer of the cornhog section of the Agricultural Adjust ment announced to day that cornhog benefit payments have been ordered resumed in 13 Iowa counties Payments in the entire state were suspended last week pending inves tigation of discrepancies in the county allotment quotas The counties In which payments were ordered rcsymed were Dickin son Hardin Buchanan Audubon Polk Union Wapello Jefferson Des Moincs Lee Van Buren Davis and Fremont W F Callendcr chairman of the crop reporting board returned to day from Des Moines where he as sisted in conducting an inquiry into the Iowa situation Two other mem bers of the cornhog section staff are still in Iowa cooperating with the state cornhog board of review in correcting the problem Hnd Adjusted Quota DES MOINES Aug 3 Hardin county cornhog allotment committee today wired CornHog Chief A G Black in Washington requesting a recheck of Hardin county contracts The committee was said to have made the request because it had taken out about more hogs than the records showed in order to meet a corrected quota The situation was further compli cated today by announcement in Washington that Hardin county contracts were among those releas ed for immediate payment of bene fits The committee was to discuss the situation with John B Wilson head of the AAA checkers investi gating Iowa contracts and Leslie M Carl chairman of the cornhog board of review It will have to choose between getting the benefit checks now or waiting for a re check Audubon county contracts were given an okay last night after being checked and Wilsons check ers were working today In Marshall Mahaska and Calhoun countiea Chinese Lower Flags to Honor Hindenburg NANKING Aug 3 Chinese national government today ordered flags throughout the nation lowered to half staff for three days in honor of the late President von Hindenburg of Germany Objects He Loved in f Life By GUBNTHBJBBICUKEKT 183t by Ilio AssoUalcil NEUDECK permany Aug A solemn quiet pievailed at Paul von Hindenburgs stately home when I made a pilgrimage to it this ifternoon to see its death He la surrounded by the objects he loved so well in life and which so often brought him back to his es tate from his arduous duties at Ber lin Von Hindenburg still lay on his deathbed his countenance pallid and benignly peaceful Only his massive1 head and his strong arms showed above the snowwhite cover let In his hands was a cluster of wilting flowers which had been gathered by his children and grand children Shutters Tightly Cldaed An army officer stood guard at each corner of the bed and on each side of It glimmered 30 candles The shutters were tightly closed Near the bed were a number of wreaths One was from Gen Werner von Blomberg defense minister of the reich A black and white ribbon attached to it bore the words To the Field Marshal From the East Prussian On trie white coverlet was a bul let which had Hinrfcn burgs hand in a battle In 1866 A soldier later gave it to von Hinden burg saying I burned my fingers on this it was too Well Thumbed Bible Near the bed lay the old soldiers Bible a heavy well thumbed vol ume It was understood here but not confirmed that burial will take place in the family burial plot on the Neudeck estate Wednesday af ter the body is brought back from Tannenberg It was belJeved the wil lingness of von Hindenburgs fam ily led to the announcement in Ber lin that the buria would take place at Tannenberg but it was through the field marshals will Indicated he preferred to rest here Throughout the spacious home and on the broad green awn are many mementoes of von Hinden burgs interests in life One insight into his character Is an inscription over the fireplace which reads Loalty is honors Pictures of Officers The old Germans uniform pic tures of von Hindenburg and other of leers the big chair in which he frequently caught naps after dinner mvordfl and buffalo and elks heads were other reminders of the master of the estate In front of a hole In the ground was a park bench on which von Hindenburg often rested because he said the place reminded him of one of the of hla creek which he had dammed to make a swimming hole Franz von Papcn personal friend and long one of von Hindenburgs Turn to Pnje 3 Column 3 Scores New Deal V i W i r t 1L i talvm toolidge Beck Speaks at Exercises in Tribute to United States 30th President PLYMOUTH Vt Aug 3 XJ S Ropresontative James M Pennsylvania speaking to day at exercises in honor of the late Calvin Coolldgc charged that tho new deal Subjugated individu alism and said that dictatorial powers are not less dictatorial be cause thtiy might be politely and apologetically The representative attacked those who criticized the administration of President Coolidgc saying Sneer itt Administration It Is the fashion of some1 of the academic apprentices who now con stitute an overgrown federal bu reaucracy to sneer at the admin istration of Calvin Cooltdge Let me remind them that if they in their various schemes to redistribute wealth are now able to command the lavish and tod of ten wan ton ex penditure of billions of dollars their opportunity thus to scatter billions is partly due to thewise adminis tration of Calvin CooHdge which In a few short years had not only paid all the expenses of the government outiof current receipts but Had re duced the national debt by the enor mous sum of ten billion Contending that under the new deal individualism was smother ed he said If Calvin Coolldge were alive today he would prefer that square deal of individualism to the new deal of bureaucratic regimentation which has changed th0 American from a citizen to a sub Behind New Deal Speaking of the power behind the new deal Representative Beck nald T that the dictatorial powers of the NRA and the A A A have boon exercised by an Iron hand veiled In a velvet glove A pre tended spirit of moderation haa been one concession to the Amer ican spirit but dictatorial powers are not less dictatorial because they might be politely and apolo getically exercised The speaker came to the defense of Henry Ford whom he termed Americas greatest Grandstand Erected A grandstand bedecked with the national colors was erected on the slope that faces the terraced bury ing ground where the thirtieth pres ident of the United States lies be neath a simple slab Three United States senators a former attorney general two members of the na tional house of and others came to pay tribute to the former president on this the elev enth anniversary of his Induction into office as president of the United States It Just a short distance up the road in a low white rambling Turn o Ime 3 Column 4 RETURNS TO MAINLAND FROM TOUR TO HAWAII President Bronzed and Erect Metrbx Wife and Sons PORTLAND Aug 3 3ronzed erect and happy President Roosevelt after an unprecedented tour of American trop c possessions and Hawaii today re the mainland of his na ion Aboard tho U S Cruiser Houston President Roosevelt sailed from the jroad Columbia liver into the trlbu ojy to the city of Portland at 110 a passed un the huge St Johua bridge a for thousands of res deiitg of while shipping in rivet loosed a tremendous din of saluting whistles and sirens Up The cruiser moved jip the rivpr to place beside the seawall thatbounds the stream in the citys center The presidential flag floated roms tho top first time the flag of tho president ever had entered Portland harbor Bright sunshine broko through ncecy clouds from which a drizzle had descended during the early morning with Jflags snapping atop building within therendezvpu3vfor hen flye members of the presidents Im mediate family and for dozena of administrators and executives of his official household First There Mrs Roosevelt reached Portland yesterday at the concliiKlon of n tour of western scenic points Jnmes theeldest arrived this morning after using plane atul mo tor frrim Wyoming With the presi dent aboard tha cruised were John and Franklin other sons LoUls McHenry Howe and Steph en presidential secretaries left their rooms early today to take the const guard cutter Redwing down the Columbia 7iver to inter cept tho cruiser and greet the president In his suite Thousands cheered as the U S Houston drew against tlio Portland seawall 21 Gun Salute A 21 gun salute was1 fired as the fighting craft passed slowly and majestically under the high draws of the high Burnside street bridge The officers and crew of the HOIJ flton lined the vessels decks the of ficers In full dress uniforms The Houston docked without tho aid of pulling into the pier un der her own power President Roossvclt appeared on the bridge of the Houston at U 15 a m waved his Panama hat to the cheering throng then waited while the Houstons crew made the lines fast Holnt Gangplank One of the ships airplane cata pDiilts was swung to permit hoisting of a gangplank to the dock from the Houston Mo permit the welcoming delegation to go The president meanwhile leaned over the bridge chatting with offi cers of his vacation ship Among the crowd on the wide dock was Tvlrs Roosevelt who had arrived only night for a west err automobile excursion to be with her husband jn Aboard The presidents sons John Frank lin and James were aboard the ship James having gone down river this morning the coast guard cutter Redwing with the two presidential secretaries Early and Howe Carrying a large bouquet of flow ers Mrs Roosevelt went aboard the Houston Secretary of War Georgo Dern and Secretary of Interior Harold Ickes were next to board the cruiser at the head of a welcoming delega tion which included Gov Julius L Meier of Oregon and a committee of prominent citizens numbering 20 or 30 men and women Olson Calls for Strikes End at Once Threatens to Tighten Up Truck Movement in Minneapolis MINNEAPOLIS Gov Floyd B Olaon today demanded Immediate settlement oCrtlte truck drivers strike threatening aa an al ternative a tightening up on vehicle movement now authorized under permits from the national guard The governor also cracked down on strikers warning the guard will take very drastic action thereafter with deference to forcible picket In view of all the said tho government In taking cog nizance of the employers advisory corhmittees proposal for termina ting tho walkout unless a decent settlement is arrived at today I will issue an order aa commanderIn chlef of the national guard revoking all permits except thoac for tho transportationof actual necessities such as milk ice and klndml com t IDIevon more bringing to more than 100 the total numbor of arrests In tho truck drivers strike were nabbed by imtlonarguardsmon today in a recurrence of disorders Six j of thpso hold were seized while lying In wait for trucks that vyero loading The other flyo accused of stopping vehicles No Violence was reported ton truckwas the SU mils Naval rev etl the armory to few squads of troops returned ao the fairgrounds for a rest Ottmmva Man Killed CAMERON Aug 2 Thomas A Harris 72 Ottiimwa Towa was killed near here yester day when motor car left the road and overturned in a ditch Civil Volcran Dies COUNCIL BLUFFS Aug 3 OF Rev Marquis L Holt 80 re tired minister and Civil war veter an died at the home of his eon Fred I Holt here SPONSOR DINNER ATFORESTCITY Mason City Manufacturers Jobbers and Local Band Attend FOREST CITY Aug The Waldorf college dining room waa filled to capacity last night at the dinner extended by the Mason City wholesalers and jobbers to their Winnebago county customers Every town In the county was represented by some of Its merchants and pro fessional men Frank J president of the Forest City Commercial club called the meeting to order and the Invocation was given by President J L Rendahl of Waldorf college During the dinner a portion of the Mason City band fuiniahed music and group singing was led by Joseph G Weslby of the Forest high schoolfaculty At the conclusion of the dinner which was nerved by the ladles aid President Rcndaht the Rev J A M Hinderlle and the Rev J E Slowey wero Introduced as were S W Linde secretary of the Forest City Commercli club Capt Rich ard T Nichols commander of the local CCC camp andSam Groto wold prbslddnt of the Lake Mills Commercial rclub Mayor Kxtcnds Welcome Mayor N L Ronberg of Forest City then extended a welcome to the City hosts on behalf of Forest City and the local commer cial club and expressed the hobo that similar occasions might behelc in the future Lester Mllllgan secretary of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce which was spotirorlng the dinner introduced the following Mason City hosts H M Knudson B T Drum niond G M Stevens Walter Odcll C H Lcnnan and W G C Bagley Lee P Loomia publisher of the GlobeGazette gave the principal talk of the evening Mr Loomis expressed good will from the manufacturers and dis tributors of Mason City to the re i tail businessmen of Winnebago county and enthusiasm are essentials to good salesmanship ho pointed Concert Warmly Received i The concert given by the Mason City municipal band under the di rection of Weaver was held In the courtyard before the largest audience gathered for nny of the Thursday night concerts that have been held this season features of the band concert Which was warmly received ed concert trios by Clarence J Andrews Carleton L Stewart and Bob Bagley and bv Mr An who was assistec by Mr to 3 Cnlurnn 3 TRADE OPENS IN CHICAGO AFTER HALT OF 10 DAYS Commission Men Handle Cattle Defy Strikers CHICAGO and hogs wero driven into the Chi cago stockyards today under pollca i sscorl as commission men sought I Lo resume trading stopped for 10 lays by a strike ofhandlers Four hundred more stockyard employes the commlssion mndlors Joined tho strike this lastnlght The cornlsslon men them nornlng after declaring a lockout aat The commission men themselves handled the firsj shlp nicnts to arrive forking hay1 to cattlo and filling the water roughs Atmosphere Touso With tiie atmosphere tensei police guarded every Six patrolmen were on duty at the yards power plant A dozen guarded tho railroad cars in which noriunloni Workers front the night shift were Beeping At the dozenentrances here were small details of two to four police Meanwhile the strikers lounged on the violence of ttie day came when a farmer driving cattle to market with brickbats as ho kwaited to enter He drove away uhharmed l Few Buyers There i rVery few buyers were inline J yards and men hiid ugnin trading IWQBI I hbgsat otiiocki CDTJ1 ro ported Supervising John iprender gust strjionod 100vblue qoated police at the main gateway on Exchange avenue heldBO more irireadinessaL the nearby stockyards police sta tlori and said an adequata l 400 Uiiipud i Nonunion replacement about400 atrongamiquartered in V thn yards stock vvvhicby arrived thin rnriinnltr J i eluding the government cae brought In areas Thisheightened the possibility that union houses Anight go out1in At international offices of the Amalgamated Meat Cutter and Butcher Workmen ftwaa saidothar a mooting to determine the cutters position would beiheldlater uv the day Johnson Mean while attention focused tori an Informal hearing into thcrstrike conducted at noon by Gen S TheNRA chief agreed to hear the complaints of the strikers in his hotel suite The packing house union men key men ofthe situation Attond State1 Convention ROCKWELL Aug P Nel son rural carrier 1 Rockwell and carrier from Dougherty left Thursday afternoon for the three convention meet of the rural letter carriers in session atCherokee FAVORITE POEMS Here are tho poems selected by the public through a national poll as being closest to the the American people The famous collection has been printed in thin attracllVe48 page booklet so that evefy home may have the poems which are best loved throughout the land Thq finest sentiments of the race are expressed in Its poetry one will want this remarkable book let Order your copy today Inclose 10 cents to cover cost and handilng Use coupon The GloljoOazeltc i Frederic J Huskiit director U C J Incloan 10 conta ID coin care fully wrapped 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