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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 6, 1934, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER J Edited for the Home NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES A1L NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERV1CB MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 6 1934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS Of TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 257 FSHC Next Big Deal Expected to Be in Limelight After Fall Parley BANDIT TAKES VICTIMS CLOTHES By HERBERT FMJMMER ASHINGTON Aug 6 President Roose velts decision to invite industrial producers to Washington in the fall for a conference on de centralization of industry prom ises to move into the limelight an other alp labeti cal agency of the new the FSHC FSHC Fed eral subsistence homesteads cor one of the lesser known of new deal agencies It may be the means however of Mr Roose velts realizing one of the most cherished dreams of his adminis tration It was set up under the national industrial recovery act in exactly 84 words for the purpose of aiding the redistribution of the balance of population in industrial centers Its capital stock was fixed by congress at The interest displayed by Mrs Roosevelt in the projects thus far sponsored by FSHC particularly one at Reedsville W Va has at tracted some attention to the work The forthcoming conference here within the next two months how ever promises to focus the tion of the whole country on FSHC Long Term Plan The presidents plan for decen tralization of industry is essentially a longterm idea It is estimated a period from 10 to 20 years will be required to persuade industrialists to move their factories from crowd ed cities to the countryside From the time it was created FSHC deliberately has proceeded on a small experimental basis Many difficulties have been encoun tered ranging from the part of those whowould be bene fited to selfishness on the part of individual promoters Something like four and onehall Million dollars in projects have been submitted but many have found unsuitable A total of 48 projects in various states have been approved One is centered in the steel dis trict around Youngstown Ohio Here the homesteads are scattered instead of being placed in a com pact group as at Reedsville in the hope the settlers can do other work as well as farm Washington Oversees Work on each project is watched from Washington Federal employes supervise everything and expendi tures are controlled rigidly Con t fids for homestead deeds are made directly with FSHC The presidents plan and that of FSHC officials if the experiment proves successful is to take it out of the laboratory set up NIRA and turn it into a huge and far reaching national project In that event the government provide the guiding hand only Large governmental expendi tures are not contemplated Loans might be made to industry to aid m decentralization but they would be loans and not federal grants Windstorm Hits North Iowa Southern Minnesota TfoWeather FORECAST IOWA Unsettled possibly showers and warmer in the east central portion Not so warm in the extreme west portion Mon day night Tuesday partly cloudy cooler in the west and central portions MINNESOTA Farlly cloudy thundershowers Monday night In extreme east cooler in west portion Tuesday probably fair cooler in west and south por tions IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Maximum Sunday 86 Minimum in Night l At 6 A M Monday 80 Trace of rain Figures for 24 hour period ending t 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday 93 Minimum in Night 68 Rainfall 02 of an Inch There has been an abundance of hunder and lightning the past iree days and nights here in Ma on City but the dry spell which be gan July IS remains unbroken as yet The 03 which fell Saturday forenoon between 7 and 9 oclock was no more than a teaser An er ror has been noted in the figures riven in this space Saturday on Fridays weather The maximum emperature should have been given 91 degrees instead of 75 ANOTHER WAVE OF HEAT HOVERS OVER MIDWEST Few Sections Get Rain m Electric Storms ofWeekEnd While threat of another heat wave hovered over several mid western states Monday reports of unusually spotty rains and some damage from windstorms over the weekend in North Iowa and south ern Minnesota were received Though weather prognosticators offered some consolation by predic ting showers in some sections heat sufferers in Iowa and Nebraska re mained skeptical Some sections in North Iowa re ported heavy showers of material benefit to dying lawns and other vegetation In communities nearby however in some instances only a trace of rain was recorded Wires Blown Down Telephone and light wires were blown down and branches of trees strewn about the streets Saturday night at Charles City A heavy windstorm was accompanied by a hard rain and a violent electrical storm At Belmond in spite of a heavy electrical disturbance for three hours there was only a short shower of about 20 minutes Sunday night The rain did not extend more A DARK SHAVE While Girton Chandler barber was shaving Ralph Dean Satur day night at Nashua the lights went out during the storm The customer lighted matches so that the process could continue and then his supply was exhaust ed After that according to the barber the operation proceeded in the dark with no complaints voiced by the customer than two miles beyond Goodell to the north Several persons standing with their hands on a wire screen around the Softball diamond at Bel mond received heavy shocks when lightning struck a post at the north end of the field Silos Blown Down During a heavy rainstorm at Nashua Saturday night five silos were blown down While returning home after spending the evening with her sister Mrs R R Waite Mrs Elizabeth Thompson of Nashua passed through a yard as a tree was blown down She fell was un conscious a short time and suffered a gash on her forehead and an in jured ankle A barn struck by lightning was destroyed Sunday evening by fire on the Ole Thompson farm 9 miles southeast of Kanawha Adolph Thompson son of Ole is occupying Turn to Page 3 Column 1 AUSTRIAN NAZIS IN DAILY DRILL 3000 Followers of Lost Cause Make Plans in Yugoslavia VARAZDEN Yugoslavia Aug 6 of a lost cause some 3000 nazis who fled Austria when their recent revolution was crushed drill daily in the safety of Yugoslavia They drill without arms for they were forced to abandon guns when they crossed the border Yugoslav ian authorities have placed Tae na zis in internment camps The sentiment of the nazis was expressed by Konstantine Kammer hofer their leader who said We are not finished The fight for Ger man Austrias freedom will go on Many of the exiles expect an at tempt to restore the Hapsburgs to the throne to be the next step in Vienna Chancellor Schuschnigg nazis here pointed out is a monarchist Spokesmen for a group of 800 men and boya interned here ex pressed the belief they prevented the outbreak of a European war by withdrawing from a secure position in a natuial fortress near the Yu goslavian border They said they could have been removed by artillery fire which would have endangered Yugoslav troops on the frontier a sort dis tance awa President on Way to View Other Sites To Inspect Fort Peck Dam Declares War on Selfishness ENROUTE WITH PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TO WASHINGTON Aug 6 President Roose velt traveled on to new western de velopments today with a declara tion that his administration is just beginning a war on individual self ishness to save our resources of agriculture and industry This statement of a battle in a congressional election year was laid down last night from a tourist cot tage on Two Medicine lake high up in Glacier National park In Special Train Today Mr Roosevelt rode his special train to Glasgow Mont where he motors to inspect another the upper Missouri The project will harness this stream against floods and pro vide eventually power and naviga tion for the region President Roosevelt is closely re viewing the efforts of the govern ment to make the Columbia and Missouri rivers of the northwest to provide places for families of the congested areas elsewhere Adopted by Indians Upon reaching the Two Medicine Lake retreat last night with Mrs Roosevelt Senator Wheeler of Mon tana and Secretary Ickes admin itrator of the two billion dollar pub lic works program the president was formally adopted by the Black feet Jndians JLone Chief was the title given the president a name of one of the tribes greatest chieftains Mrs Roosevelt was referred to constantly by the Indians as the grand white mother arid she was given the tribal name of Medicine Pipe Woman Secretary Ickes was adopted as Big Bear GRAINS SET NEW HIGHS FOR YEAR Wheat Rises Almost Limit Allowed and Closes Just Under Days Peak CHICAGO Aug 6 prices swept upward to new high marks for the year today as a splurge of speculative buying on re ports of increasing damage to corn and Canadian wheat engulfed the market Wheat rose to a peak of 51132 a bushel for May up from Saturdays finish almost the limit gain allowed by trading rules and then settled back to a close just a fraction under the high September deliveries went to a top of almost a cent above the seasons high market established during the early June buying rush and 21 cents above the years low Broad public buying was in evi dence Small orders deluged the pits soon after the opening Some trad ers said speculative interest today was the largest it has been in some time With both Winnipeg and Liver pool markets closed bulls found an additional incentive to buy in up turn at Rotterdam and Buenos Aires A hot wave in parts of the corn belt in Texas Oklahoma Kan sas Nebraska Iowa and the Dako tas was given much attention Corn gained 1 to cents to a high of 75c for September deliv eries oVs cents above the previous peak and closed a fraction under that figure Oats advanced to 3 cents Rye and barley were up about 4 cents JOHNSON GETS BIRTHDAY CAKE IS GERMAN RULER Adolf Hitler Prays for Peace Freedom and Honor of Nation Gen Hugh S Johnson NBA administrator had more than one rea son to smile broadly when a Chicago hotel chef presented him with a birthday cake decorated with 52 candles and a blue eagle He had just finished negotiations settling Chicagos stockyards strike Miss Frances Robinson Johnsons secretary is shown with him Johnsons birthday was Sunday Associated Press Score of Montana Fire Fighters Hurt as Trucks Overturn MISSOULA Mont Aug 6 Twenty fire fighters were injured two possibly seriously yesterday when two trucks loaded with men returning from the Trout creek for est fire in Saneers county over turned The most seriously injured were Carl Hansen of Missoula and Joe Kennedy of Spokane Wash Besides Hansen and Kennedy the less seriously injured included Tom Edwards Bucyrus N Dak Will B Baker Omaha and Mike McLaughlin Fort Dodge Iowa End Militia Rule for Minneapolis Employers Attack Legality of Olsons Permit System in Truck Strike MINNEAPOLIS Aug 6 Employers today appealed for a court injunction restaining Gov Floyd B Olson from continuing mil itary rule in the city during the truck drivers strike and attacking the locality of a new permit system supervised by the national guard on the governors orders The action was filed in United States district court by 10 business concerns which included Powers Mercantile company one of the leading merchandise stores here and Labelle Safety Storage com pany one of the big transfer firms Two applications were made one asking a temporary injunction order to be effective immediately and the other demanding a permanent in junction against the governor and the military Hearing on Wednesday The governor Adj Gen E A Walsh and Col Elmer McDevitt provost marshal were named in the petitions Federal Judges Gunnar H Nord bye and Joseph Molyneaux signed the order to show cause why the pe titions should not be granted and set a hearing for 2 p m Wednes day Only a few trucks were allowed to move and their owners under the governors edict effective one minute past last midnight must have permits from the national guard All military permits under which some 7000 trucks operated the last few days were revoked Hints of Revolt Simultaneously with issuance of his order the governor said hints of a revolt in the ranks of the em ployers some 20 of whom want to meet strikers demands had been conveyed to him The chief executive said he did not know whether those 20 odd were among a similar number of truck owners who indicated they would apply for permits to operate by subscriptions to the HaasDun nigan peace plan and thus avoid restrictions he imposed To Expose Chiselers His decree said the governor will expose the chiselers A few specific truck classes are exempt from the order to be carried out by 500 national guardsmen here en forcing military rule The edict was put into effect when strikers and employers were unable to reach an agreement in the time limit set by the chief execu tive The employers advisory com mittee stood on their peace offer while strike leaders insisted upon adoption of the HaasDunnigan proposal for settlement jCATTLEMOVEAGAltf IN STOCKYARDS AS WALKOUT IS ENDED TEXT ON PAGE 2 By LOUIS LOCHNEK BERLIN Aug 6 the rostrum where on July 13 he de fended his killing 77 revolution aries and declared he was Ger manys law Adolf Hitler today paid solemn tribute to the late President Paul von Hindenburg and prayed for the peace freedom and honor of Germany Deputies of the German reichs tag men and women of the German people the chancellorleader spoke I implore you all now to look be yond this transitory moment into the future Let the strong realiza tion enter our hearts The Herr Reichspresident Field Marshal Gen eral von Hindenburg is not dead He Is Living He is living For in dying he now wanders above us amidst the immortals of our people surrounded by the great spirits of the past as an eternal patron and protector 01 the German reich and the German nation Hitler declared the late president was as innocent of the beginning in the worij CHICAGO Aug 6 moved in the Chicago stockyards again today Handlers and commission mer chants employes their 12 day strike settled returned to work to face a heavy rush of livestock tinder the terms of the settle ment arranged Saturday by Hugh S Johnson NRA administrator the first full shift of union men went to work last night and others returned in the early morning The strike in vclved 800 handlers and 400 com mission merchants employes The Union Stockyards and Tran sit company was unusually peaceful and quiet as the men returned to their jobs The district had been en tirely cleared of the 550 nonunion men whom the company hired in their places An agreement was reached when the company promised a 48 hour week to all regular employes and a 40 hour week for so called extra men each week that receipts reach 4000 cars Federal Judge Philip L Sullivan agreed to reenter the case as an arbitrator He made an award last May 31 in a similar controversy LOUISIANA VW GOES TO COURT Mayor Walmsleys Power in New Orleans at Stake in City Suit NEW ORLEANS Aug 6 City and state officials who have arrayed opposin against each day took thei district courtroom Semmes Walmsleys authority over the New Orleans police at stake There Judge Nat W Bond open ed hearing on a city suit to enjoin the functioning of a new city police board provided for in a bill pushed through the legislature by Senator Huey P Long The bill was described by the Walmsley faction as reprisal for defeat of Huey Long candidates in the last city election It was at tacked in court on grounds of un constitutionality the city claiming irregularities marked its passage in the legislature The new board was scheduled to take office last Wednesday but was restrained from so doing by the citys injunction suit under which the district court issued a tempo Body of Hero Hindenburg in Its Grave Squadron of Planes Scatters Roses on His Estate NEUDECK Germany Aug 6 a lane of flaming torches sixty miles long the body of Paul von Hindenburg was taken tonight to his grave At dusk a squadron of seven air planes piloted by East Prussian avi ators scattered roses over the Neu deck estate the late president and field marshal loved so well Brief memorial exercises were held in the manor house Then the coffin bearing the body of Ger manys hero was placed on a gun carriage for the trip to Tannenburg scene of one of his greatest mili tary triumphs Troops Line Roadside Uniformed men lined the roadside torches in hand in honor of the old soldier Nazi storm troops schutz staffel members and Hitler youth joined the regular army in the trib ute as the cassion rumbled along Flowers and branches of oak and fir were strewn along the road At Tannenberg site of Germany victory over Russia in 1914 the bodj was placed in the marshals towe of the national memorial a towe now known as Von Hindenbur Tower of the war as anybody i could be1 pomtiagretrt the conflict began in 1914 von Hin denburg was living in retirement having taken his discharge from the army at the age of 61 on March 18 1911 The new leader of Germany praised von Hindenburg as a mili tary commander and declared Secretly Convinced Had the political leadership of our people during this period been congenial with the military Ger many would have been spared the greatest humiliation ever to go down in history He said that the World war broke upon a German people sacredly convinced of having been attacked without their guilt The chancellors address deliver ed before a hushed audience in the Kroll opera house which still serves as the temporary reichstag building following last years was nonpolitical in character al though he made frequent references to the principles of his own regime in tracing von Hindenburgs career Chokes in Emotion With his voice choked in emotion Hitler declared We want to pre serve the miracle of this new resur rection of our people as a precious inheritance of a great age and we want to pass it on to the genera tions that come after us He who thus observed fidelity to his people shall himself ever remain unforgot ten in fidelity Outside a cold rain fell The crowd paid no attention to it Al though the speech was not delivered until noon great masses of per sons swarmed about the chancellery where Hitler was putting the fin ishing touches on his speech dur ing the morning Many of those waiting were women They formed a speaking chorus shouting at reg ular intervals Responds to Calls Bins zwei drei vier fuenf sechs zehn wir woolen unsrei Hitler Will Speak Adolf Hitler who eulogized president in an address before the reichstag will be the speakec at funeral exercises tomor MOTORISTHOLOS UP OIL STATION AND HITCHHIKER jets Cash Loot Shoes and Takes Drink of Whisky After robbing an old station manager at Nashua and leaving him beside a highway four miles rom town with only his under clothes a bandit Monday morning jickcd up a hitchhiker at Charles City robbed him and left him out near Floyd That the same bandit was involv ed in both robberies was ascertained by Sheriff George C Murray of htckasaw county and Sheriff B F Atherton of Floyd county who checked descriptions Officers in terro Gordo and other counties were on the lookout for the robber Bandit Has a Drink While in the act of robbing the filling station at Nashua the ban dit took a drink of whisky This was about oclock in the morn ing After he had taken his victim for a ride and freed him minus all clothes but his underwear the ban dit went to Charles City The hitchhiker picked up at Charles City at about oclock was robbed at a point of a gun after the bandit got him out on the highway The bandit took S9 and a grip belonging to the hitchhiker More than that he took the hitch hikers shoes The hitchhiker was the let out near the Floyd cemetery Ordered to Bushes row Before the ceremony von Hin denburgs body will be taken from the tower to a catafalque in front of a large cross where are buried 20 unknown soldiers killed in the battle of Tannenberg Here Hitler will speak Six hundred men have been at work in day and night shifts erecting seats for the thou sands of mourners The little town of Hohenstein a mile from Tannenberg is already overcrowded Its population of 4000 is more than doubled Shops Pool Supplies The burgomaster ordered shops to pool their supplies and arrange for all possible food to be brought in without delay No less than 250000 persons are expected at Tannenberg omorrow The request of the von Hinden burg family that mourners not send lowers but instead give the money to charity has gone unheeded Flor al offerings have poured in Servants of the dead leader at ended a service for him yesterday it the parish church many of them veeping Religious services through out Germany were dedicated to von Hindenburg Werner Shell service station on highway rary restrainer hearing pending todays M F Kohrer Dies COUNCIL BLUFFS Aug 6 Heart disease claimed the life of M F Rohrer 83 mayor of Bluffs for three terms Council sponded to the womens calls by showing himself silently at a win dow and waving back a nazi salute As early as daybreak Hitlers black uniformed special guards the schutz staffel were concentrated in the immediate vicinity of the Kroll opera house and along the Wilhclmstrasse They were supple mented by strong police cordons to keep the passage clear for the auto mobiles of Hitler and his cabinet Streets Roped Off All the way along their course the side streets were roped off to permit a speedy passage The opera house was swathed in black crepe and profusely garland ed inside from the black rostrum lined with laurel trees and white lillies a marble bust of the dead von Hindenburg looked upon the throng Hitlers words were carried to the masses of humanity outside in the Koenigspanatz by numbers of loud speakers rounded his girl compani The air inside the great auditon 1R 9 KNOWN DEAD IN MINE BLAST Two Brought Out Alive and Taken to Hospital as Search Goes on BIG STONE GAP Va Aug 6 known death toll from an explosion in the Derby number 3 mine of the Stonega Coke and Coal company stood at nine this after men had been brought out and were taken to the Stone ga hospital for treatment Several other bodies believed to be still in the mine Seventyfive work ers escaped by use of an aban doned entry Lawrence Flecner and Walter Bayless were brought out alive and taken to a hospital Artificial respiration was resort ed to in vain efforts to save some of the others How many bodies re mained in the mine could not be learned immediately Rescue work was slow because of the necessity of forcing in fresh air to blow out the still lingering fumes of deadly carbon monoxide 218 in the northwest part of Nashua waited on a customer who wanted some oil When Mr Kehe went into the station and returned the would be customer holding a gun said This is a stickup At that point the bandit took a drink from a quart bottle of whisky He took the cash drawer containing S1749 and then ordered Kehe to get in his car About 4 miles southwest ofi Nashua the ban dit ordered Kehe to go to some bushes and take off all his clothes except his underwear Hunts for Clothes The bandit told his victim his clothes would be found on the road Following instructions about 20 minutes later Kehe started hunting for his clothes Unsuccessful he went to the John Juhl farm house and got a pair of overalls and then notified Sheriff George C Murray of New Hampton of the robbery Later Kehe searched for his clothes and found all but his pair of shoes which were new The bandit about 36 years of age weighed about 200 pounds There were pimples on his face He was driving a Chevrolet coach and the county number of his license was 82 The name of the hitchhiker who was robbed was not learned Two Are Arrested SIOUX CITY Aug 6 After kidnaping a taxicab driver in Coun cil Bluffs and forcing him to drive them to near Sioux City two men were arrested here early tdoay The prisoners said they were Rob Tnrn to Pane 3 Column FIRE NEAR FUSE Following the contemporary trouble in Europe will be a diffi cult if not impossible task without an adequate geographical back ground Thats the inspiration of this little suggestion The GlobeGazettes information bureau in Washington D C has just completed a map of Europe its just off the press In it will be found all of the points which have found their way into the news since the assassina tion of Dollfuss this week It is available for 10 cents For your convenience the follow ing order blank has been prepared Hearing for Youth Who Shot Gill Held um was heavy with the odor of the Turn to Page 3 Column 2 SIOUX CITY Aug 6 hearing for John Sherlock 10 who accidentally shot and fatally ion Jean Mooring 16 while showing her a pistol was held today before Chief of Detectives Frank Whcelock The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Frederic J Haskin Director Washington D C I inclose herewith 10 cents in coin carefully wrappedi for your NEW MAP OF EUROPE Name Street City State Mail tc Washington D C
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