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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 4, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                North DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION you XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 4 1934 CONSISTS OF TV SECTION ONE NO 256 Glass Stand AidsGOP Pay Day for New Deal Warning Is Right in Line By HERBERT PLUMMER WASHINGTON Aug 4 The warning sounded by Senator Car ter Glass of Vir ginia that a pay day is coming for the huge ex penditures of the new deal fits in perfectly with the line of strat egy now being mapped out by the republican high command R e g imenta tion surrender of constitutional rights aband onment of principles on which the country was founded and has pros pered in the past have been favor ite themes of republican politicians attacking the present administra tion but everybody was aware of the fact elections are not won on such issues The question of who will pay the bills in the end and where the money is coming from is the kind of ap peal calculated to make those who cast votes sit up and take notice Democrats Have Answer Representative Snell of New York republican leader of the house began talking on this subject as far back as the close of the special ses sion when the administration first inaugurated its program of vast re covery expenditures Snell warned of what he described as the new deals trick system of bookkeeping separating actual expenditures for running the gov crnt from those for recovery G O P spokesmen in steadily in creasing numbers since have viewed With alarm the billions be ing pumped out ot the treasury for recovery and are demanding to toowrBoWtliey are to The answer Sums Under Estimates They point to the fact that the Administration Is spending far less money for recovery than first planned President Roosevelt him self stated at the outset he expected to spend seven and onehalf bil lions in 1934 At the close of the fiscal year less than four and onehalf billions had been spent The administration is particularly proud of the fact that of the total 56452846304 expended by the RFC since the corporation was set up in the Hoover administration more than three and onehalf billions rep resent loans against which collat eral has been placed Holders of these loans pay more interest to the government than it pays the bondholders RFC ended the fiscal year showing a net profit of more than 21 million dollars Of course there remains several billions that must be paid by the taxpayers in seme way some time At present however the administra tion hasnt got around to worrying about that Burrows Gets 5 Years VINTON Aug 4 Bert Bur rows 41 former Vinton resident was sentenced to an indeterminate five year term in Fort Madison penitentiary when he pleaded guilty to a grand larceny charge 2 MINNEAPOLIS PICKETS SHOT Roosevelt Inspects Site of Grand Coulee Dam PRAISEDBY FOR DEVELOPING COLUMBIA RIVER Introduced as Greatest Builder Ever to Sit in White House GRAND COULEE DAM SITE Wash Aug 4 C C Dill D Wash today gave to Pres ident Roosevelt full credit for con ceiving the plan for development of the Columbia river with the three fold objective of power production flood control and reclamation of more than 1000000 arid acres in the Columbia basin project Senator Dill introduced the pres ident to the thousands of persons gathered in the natural amphithe ater at the head or the Grand Coulee as the greatest builder who ever sat in the white house Main Power Source The senator predicted This river will become the principal power source of superpower system to provide electricity without profit all over the United States Roosevelt Dill said was the mas ter builder of our time because through his conception of power de velopment reclamation reforesta tion and decentralization of factory TO SPEAK SUNDAY CHICAGO Aug 4 tative arrangeinerits havebeen made for president Roosevelt to deliver another address to the people Sunday evening Time has been reserved for a presidential address of 15 minutes or longer on two hhains of the National Broadcasting company starting at p m Central Standard time FORECAST IOWA Scattered showers Saturday night and probably Sunday morning warmer in east and central portions and cooler in extreme west portion Saturday night Cooler in west and central portions Sunday MINNESOTA Cloudy lo cal showers Saturday night and possibly in east portion Sun day morning cooler in west portion Saturday night and m east and south portions Sunday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum 3 Minimum in Night 61 At 8 AM Rainfall 01 Saturday mornings rain was the first measurable shower for two weeks One hundredth of an inch was deposited in the GlobeGazettes rain gage between 7 and 8 oclock and in a second shower between 8 and 9 the precepitation was 02 of an inch WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO Aug 4 outlook for the period Aug 6 to 11 For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and the northern and central Great Plains fair first part of week possibly showers near middle and at end temperatures near or above normal population he is building a new America in which all will have a more abundant life President Roosevelt and his party arrived at the dam site at ll04 a m today Score of Cars The score of cars making up the presidential caravan covered the 57 miles between Bphrata and the site in an hour and 36 minutes While thousands of persons cheer ed and craned their necks in an ef fort to see the President and Mrs Roosevelt the party proceeded im mediately to the site of the huge power dam two miles northwest of the ampitheater where he spoke to inspect the preliminary work This includes excavation construction piers for a bridge and work on a workmens townsite Makes First Talk On the lower banks of the Colum bia late yesterday overlooking steam shovels and trucks at the Booneville dam site the president made his first talk after returning to United States soil I always believe in the old say ing more power to you I dont believe that you can have enough power for a long time to come and the power that we are developing here is going to be power which for all time is going to be controlled by government The president conceived the power projects as yardsticks so the people of this country will know they are paying the proper price for electricity of all kinds Find Sack of Dynamite SPOKANE Wash Aug 4 sack of dynamite and percussion Turn to Pnge 2 Column 8 GETS STRATOSPHERE MAIL FOOCHOW SAFE FROM INVASION Chinese Government Claims Its Troops Smashed Red Revolt SHANGHAI Aug 4 Chinese government claimed today its troops had smashed a commun ist rebellion in Fukicn province and saved the city of Foochow from threatened capture Censorship however was sharp and details of the fighting were not available Earlier unconfirmed reports re ceived at Hong Kong said the com munists had broken through gov ernment forces to capture the city of Shuikow and were menacing the important port of Foochow The British warship Witch ai rived at Foocaow this afternoon Daily Press Photo A letter which was carried aloft by the stratosphere balloon is the prized possession of Robert F Miller Council Bluffs boy The letter was addressed to him by his uncle Capt Orvil A Anderson alternate pilot of the balloon the Exrriorcr and after the wreck of the balloon was placed on a mail plane and delivered to Council Bluffs Stamp collectors all over the United States sought similar letters but were refused because there was not room for a packet of mail in the bal loon gondola 10 Year Old Boy Brought Back to Life Policeman Tries Out What He Learned at School MANHASSET N Y Aug 4 Boy was dead The doctor said so The coroner concurred They called the undertaker Everyone in the crowd that gath ered on the dock when the lad Stanley Kadluboski 10 years old was hauled from Manhasset bay early last night agreed No one can stay under water 10 minutes and live A doctor examined the body No pulse no breathing no movement The boy was dead Papers ot Death The coroner came He shouldered his way through the group gath ered about the silent form and made his professional examination He executed the papers of death One cannot drown in Manhasset bay except there be coroners papers later to make it official The crowd remained awaiting the arrival of the undertaker John Symes of the Nassau coun ty police was present He was not too experienced with tragedy of the sea but at police school he had paid attention to the course on life saving Wait for Hearse As they waited for the hearse Symes stepped forward Let me show you fellows how they taught us to save lives at po lice school he remarked The policeman bent overthe body of the boy who had been pro nounced dead two hours before The Turn to Pasc 2 Column 1 750 Gallon Still Is Found Near Dubuque DUBUQUE Aug 4 agents seized a 750 gallon still four 6000 gallon vats of niash 500 pounds of yeast and 1286 alcohol tins in a raid on a farm near Hazel Green Wis The bootleg plant the largest seized near here in many years was valued by agents at 000 Frank Willie the farmer was placed under technical arrest NAZI REBELLION IN AUSTRIA JUST STARTED CLAIM Chief of Staff Asserts Fight for Freedom Will Go on By WADE WERNER Copyright 1031 by The Ansoclated Tress SOMEWHERBONTHB YUGO SLAVBORDER Aug ine Kammerhofer chief of staff of he Austrian nazi armed forces told the Associated Press today that the nazi rebellion in Austria has only just begun Wo are not finished he de clared the fight for German Aus rias freedom will go on It is true our military resistance ias been temporarily broken It is true that Schuschnigg government now wreaks vengeance on our fam lics and followers at home con fiscates our property and robs us of our bank accounts But the fight goes on and where there are no men left the women and children will continue fighting Schuschniggs government has no more chance of surviving than that of his predecessors HOOVERS DOCTOR QUADRUPLET AT SAC CITY DIES No Visible Organic Trouble Found in Tiniest One of Wycoff Babies SAC CITY Aug 4 to day claimed Lorraine Delaine Wy coff tinest of the quadruplets born June 9 to Mr and Mrs Larry coff The child had no visible organic trouble according to Dr G H Swearingen who delivered the quad ruplets and has attended them since He could give no reason for the death except that the tot did not have the strength to survive Lorraine had gained only a little more than a pound since birth fail ing to keep pace with her huskier sisters and brother Her weight yes terday was pounds S Surviving Members Of the three surviving members of the famous quadruplets Lavonne Danene yesterday weighed 4 pounds 14 ounces Laverne Darlene 5 pjunds and Lester Dean 6 pounds and Dr Swearingen said they were getting along fine Dr Swearingen had been hopeful in the nearly two months he has attended the babies that all would survive Kept in improvised incu bators first at the home of the doc tor and later at the Wycoff resi dence they were given the greatest possible care and attention Had Wide Attention Birth of the quadruplets to 30 year old Mrs Wycoff held wide attention and the mother and father a Sac county highway work er were showered with offers of assistance Lorraines death was the first in the family which includes five other children in addition to the three sur viving babies of the quadruplets Davenport Man Dies on Tram While on Way to World Fair JOLIET 111 Aug 4 for the worlds fair with his wife and small granddaughter Nels Pearson 62 of Davenport suffered a cerebral hemorrhage aboard a Rock Island train near Jolict last night and was hurried to a hos pital when the train reached here He died an hour later Plan No Change in Administration Says WASHINGTON Aug 4 change is contemplated in the corn loan program under which farmers have obtained loans of 45 cents a bushel on sealed corn the farm ad ministration has announced here The announcement came yester day in response to rumors that the government intended to increase the loan rate to 60 or 65 cents a bushel Ward M Buckles finance direc tor the farm administration said there was no foundation for such re ports The Commodity Credit cor poration which financed the corn loans concurred Inspections Made of Abandoned Packing Plants Over State DES MOINES Aug 4 tative inspections of abandoned packing plants at Albia Webster City Dubuque and Centerville have been made in connection with con sideration by Iowa emergency re lief administration of operating several beef processing plants to handle cattle from the states 24 emergency drought counties Packing plants not under contract with the government for present meat supplies are also being con sidered TALE OF ONE OLIVE IN MANY COCKTAILS SHOCKS WASHINGTON WASHINGTON Aug 4 perhaps to be known aa the affair of the second hand upon the nations capital today Shudders ran through the ranks of Martini cocktail connoisseurs The olive that nestles in a Martini here let the hotel and restaurant employes alliance whisper the start ling allegation may not be a new one It may be a repeater it may have popped out of its bottle long long ago it may travel from drink to drink vying with the Wandering Jew and the Flying Dutchman for longevity The alliance standing right up in meeting yesterday watched the Dis trict of Columbia commissioners blanch as it told the story Uneaten olives cherries and slightly decrepit mint are used over and over again by some Washington bartenders the alliance representa tives said s The blame they laid upon the dis tricts rule that all bars must bo hidden from patrons The alliance demanded action They seemed to feel that under the constitution every a entitled to a brand new olive Daily Press Photo WEST BRANCH Aug 4 Iff thousand residents of this community fathered here Fri day night to honor Dr J L Leech state commander of the G A K upon his eightyeighth birthday and his completion of 53 years of continuous medical service to this community Doc tor Leech began his practice here in the spring of 1881 His most famous patient was Her bert Hoover whom he treated for cWlflliood disease when the former boyLln Hindenburg to Lie in Memorial at Tannenberg Hitler Calls Reichstag fo Monday to Hear Reason for Power Seizure BERLIN Aug 4 Ger man government decided finally to day that the late President Paul von Hindenburg will be entombed in the memorial at Tannenberg instead of on the grounds of his estate at Neu deck where he had expressed the wish to lie Until today the authorities in Berlin and members of the house hold atNeudeck have been in dis agreement as to the final disposi tion of the field marshals body fol lowing the state funeral next Tues day Kcichstag Summoned Adolf Hitler seeking to consoli date his position as the new Napo leon summoned the allNazi reich stag to assemble Monday for a memorial service to the late presi dent Chancellor Hitlers address a chancellery spokesman intimated will be of a political nature with a direct eulogy of von Hindenburg re served for the funeral services Tuesday at Tannenberg Because of the unusual circum stances of his coup detat where by he merged the offices of presi dent and chancellor Hitler was be lieved to be intending to seize the occasion to justify his assumption of the powers of a monarch To Justify Action From the reichstag rostrum der fuehrer is expected to utilize what may be his best opportunity to justify in a guarded way to the German people and the world his precipitate action of Thursday im mediately after von Hindenburgs death See Hope of Strike End at Chicago Hugh Johnson Stays to Help Arrive at Settlement CHICAGO Aug 4 ndications that solution of the tockyards strike was at hand carne rom the conference room of Gen ugh S Johnson this afternoon Representatives of the stockyards wners quit the conference and General Johnson NRA chief sent or the leaders of the striking andlers union saying that an an nouncement could be expected late oday As Redmond S Brennan attor iey for the union reached the room he smiled broadly and remarked Things look a good deal brighter One report arose that Federal udge Philip L Sullivan arbiter of a previous labor controversy in the last April would be chosen mediator Judge Sullivan was approached by General Johnson today but left the hotel without revealing what de cision was made The NRA chief had his bags packed for departure and it was ex pected he would go on to Washing ton before the day ended Meanwhile the strike scene was quiet with the yards in the usual Saturday doldrums A few dozen pickets loafed across the street froi the Halstead street entrance but offered no violence as non union handlers went about feeding andwatering stock DRIVER FIRES AS 20 MEN SWARM OVER HIS TRUCK Injuries Not Serious Strike Settlement Thought Near John 79 and Ed 69 Shake Hands After Fight Over Woman ST PAUL Minn Aug 4 John White 79 and Edward Pepin 69 roommates who admitted fight ing over a woman left police court their differences settled White admitted assaulting Pepin who with a black eye when brought to court said We are friends I do not want him punished We had a siJIy quarrel over a woman At the suggestion of Judge John L Rounds they shook hands and walked out promising not to quar rel again GANG SOUGHT IN EXTORTION PLOT Blamed for Threats Against Five Millionaires One of Them Gettle LOS ANGELES Aug 4 gang known to police only as the trio is being sought in connection with an extortion plot directed against five millionaires among them William F Gettle Beverly Hillsoil magnate who was kidnap ed last May and freed without the payment of ransom The search for the gang was dis closed today as investigators of the district attorneys office and United States postal inspectors attempted to trace letters in which in cash was demanded of the five bus inessmen Besides Gettle the men who re ceived the threats were Alexander Pantages film impresario E L Do heny oil king J J Doyle oil and fight promoter and Ora Monnette vice president of the Bank of Am erica The first extortion letter was de MINNEAPOLIS Aug 4 Roving pickets two of them wound ed were scattered by gunfire today in another outbreak of violence as federal mediators worked determin edly to settle the 19 day truck driv ers striks peaceably Unaware of the single blast of buckshot from Leo Holschers shot gun with which he drove off 20 strikers attacking his ice cream truck in the downtown district the Rev Francis Haas said mediators were seeking to draw the strikers closer to the employers peace terms Holscher was not held Armed troops in trucks plied the streets again during the outburst three blocks from guard headquar ters Earl Collins and George Schirts with minor wounds were treated at a hospital after they and 18 companions had smashed win dows in the truck with bricks ripped out ignition wires and scat tered Ice cream containers Six Pickets Arrested Meanwhile six pickets arrested during the recent guerrilla warfare on moving trucks the last few days were sentenced to up to 90 days at hard labor The sentences were im posed by the military which had made the arrests charging the men with carrying dangerous weapons and upsetting trucks Gov Floyd B Olson planned to confer with FatherHaas arid BH Duniiigan todaydeferring tempor arSljr pigeons Picketing this morning caused the arrest of seven more strikers whose activities however caused no damage or violence Death Toll Four Deaths directly or indirectly at tributed to the strike stood at four The outbreak followed the death last night of Alfred Israelsen 25 He died from injuries suffered when the car in which he was rid ing was struck by a squad car of the national guard The guardsmen answering a trouble call rar through a traffic signal last Tues day The driver of the car in which tsraelsen rode Carl Wallin was killed outright Nearing Settlement Father Haas and Commissioner Dunnigan said the governor ad me that the parties to the itrike controversy are nearing a settlement In order not to interfere n any way with their efforts to nediate the strike I shall continue n effect the present orders with eference to permits Word that progress was being rompted the governor earlytoday o rescind his order closing streets o all commercial trucks save those carrying necessities untilan agree ment was reached His action fol owed a raid on offices of the Cit zens Alliance by 10 national guard troops under his express command Turn to Page 2 Column 4 Hitlers last appearance before livered to Monnette Thursday A the reichstag was July 13 when he defended to Germany and the world his bloody purging of nazi ranks June 30 Displaying a lively interest in Turn to rape 2 Column 1 few hours later another was deliver ed to Pantages Yesterday Doyle received a letter Neither Gettle nor Doheny were approached so far as is known but their names were mentioned in the other misivcs Louisiana Negro Lynched by Members of Own Race HOUSE ANTS Have you discovered ants crawl ng about your icebox or garbage can Have you found beds of them in your lawn Do you know just what kind they are and what to do about them Send for a copy of the bulletin HOUSE ANTS which has been prepared by government experts and which thoroughly covers the subject of ants and their control The booklet is illustrated giving pictures of various kinds of ants with helpful instructions concern ing their habits and how to control and destroy them Send for your copy of this help ful booklet today and put an end to your ant problem Inclose four cents to cover postage and handling Use this coupon SHREVEPORT La Aug 4 him to death with pine knots offi A Negro was Ivnched last night by I ccrs reported v Page described as a bully in the Negro community at Bethany was seized by the group after the automobile in which he was driv ing the girl away had collided with a truck knocking the girl uncon scious No arrests have been made members of his own race because officers said today he had insulted a Negro girl A group of about 10 Negroes tied Grafton Page 30 to a tree limb near Bethany 22 miles from here stripped him and then beat The GlobeGazette Information Bureau Frederic J Haskin Director Washington D C I inclose 4 cents in coin care fully wrapped for booklet on ANTS Name Street Citv State Mail to Washington D C   

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