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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 8, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES A1X NOETH IOWANS KEIGHBOBS HOME EDITION XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PHESS LEASED WIRE SERVICB MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8 1934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 259 i The ABC of The FHA Home Modernizing Plan Explained by Moffett EDI TOES tions about the Jaw to ease home modernization and con into Washington Now many are to be answered by the man who knows most about it The GlobeGazette presents the first of a series of ex planatory articles by bun By JAMES A MOFFETT Federal Housing Administrator XCopjTight 1D34 by The Associated Preen ASHINGTON Aug 8 purpose of this series is to ex plain the mod ernization pro gram being launched by the federal housing a d m i nistration the object of which is to en courage where wide spread repairing and recondition ing of residen tial and proper ties Under the national housing act the federal housing administration is also authorized to set up ma chinery to Insure long term amor tized home mortgages but this part of our program will not be launched until a later date First of all let me explain that the government will not make loans to individuals or corpora tins for the improvement of their properties Loans to Banks The loans will be made by com mercial and industrial banks build ing and loan associations savings banks and other lending institu tions ard the governments part will be to insure the lenders against 100 per cent of all loss provided i the total of such loss does not ex ceed 20 per cent of the total volume of Where leans are obtained for the specific purpose of the lending Institution will not require collateral excepting in some cases where the state law requires the particular institution to loan only on mortgage The great bulk of financial ad vancesto be made under this plan will be in the form of character loans The borrower will get his loan solely on the basis of his ability to repay and his general reputation for honesty and fair dealing with out indorsers or comakers of the note Plan No Regimentation Another point I desire to em phasize is that the federal housing administration expects to resort neither to regimentation nor bally hoo We are not going to put pres sure on property owners to borrow for the purpose of making this cam paign a success Our only thought is that where properties are in need of repair and the owners are in a position to re pay the costs of such repairs out of regular income we shall offer practical cooperation in procuring the funds needed We want only such loans made as shall be first of all of definite value to the property owners them selves It will be readily recognized that the composite values of this under taking will be very great The im provement of individual properties will help the entire community in which they are located and this in turn will help the entire nation To Stimulate Demand These processes will stimulate de Sriand for innumerable products of the factory mine and field They will increase employment enhance real estate values and elevate the standard of living by making avail Tum to Page 3 Column 2 115 YEAR HEAT RECORD SMASHED Roosevelt Visits Rochester Goes to Winona PRESIDENT PAYS TWO CANADIANS BEGIN6500MILE HOPTOBAGHDAD Trail of the Caribou Carries Enough Fuel for Four Days WASAGA BEACH Ont Aug 8 Ayling and Leonard Reid took off at dawn today in an attempt to fly nonstop to Baghdad Iraq and break the worlds long distance flight record The heavily loaded plane ran a mile and a half down the beach be fore soaring away at a m EDT to the east Ahead was the dangerous North Atlantic hop the biggest hazard along the 6500 mile route to Bagh dad Mollisons Old Plane The plane The Trail of the Cari 50U is the same one in which Capt James Mollison and his wife Amy British flyers attempted to take off rom the same beach last year on a ong distance flight only to crack up at the start The flyers have been prepared for he gruelling test for months Cross winds balked an attempt July 24 They preferred to starj from cen ral Canada instead of from Harbor 3race Nfld where most of west oeast transAtlantic hops have been inaugurated 600 Gallons of Fuel Six v hundred gallons of gasoline was aboard the food enpugffto last fo four days It ilUded sandwiches pork and lard boiled eggs coffee orange uice apples tomatoes butter mar malade and bread Reid 36 is a native of Canada He has worked for an airplane com pany in this country and in Eng and Ayling is 29 and flew for sev ral years in the British royal air GENTLEMAN CLAD IN PAJAMAS FLIES TO CATCH UP TO TRAIN OMAHA Aug 8 gentleman from Long Island walking his dog on the union station platform here was far from dismayed when his train pulled out and left him behind Despite the fact that he was garbed only in pajamas with a pair of pants pulled on over them he hustled to a taxicab and was soon at the municipal airport There he explained his predicament to airmen who paid his taxi bill and bundled him and his dog into a plane At Creston Iowa the plane overtook the train There said the pilot who flew the plane the easterners wife greeted him with the words you would do some thing like that while he sought out money to pay his air bill JOHNSON BACK AT NBA TASKS ode Rule in Second Era Control Over Smaller Towns Lifted WASHINGTON Aug 8 ugh S Johnson returned to a clut ered desk today to steer NRA into s second era Now that code making is virtual finished the recovery unit enters le uncharted seas of compliance ew setups must be manned to see that industry lives up to its coven FORECAST IOWA Partly cloudy and cooler thundershowers Wednes day afternoon or night in east or south portions Thursday generally fair and cooler MINNESOTA Partly cloudy cooler in west and extreme south portions Wednesday night Thursday fair cooler in southeast portion IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock Wednesday morning Maximum Tuesday 92 Minimum in Night 71 At 8 A M Wednesday 76 Rainfall 06 of an Inch Small and inadequate though it was the showers of Tuesday after noon and Wednesday morning gave Jlason City its greatest 24 hour precipitation recorded since the ob servation day ending at 8 oclock Julv 16 The rain in that period to taled 75 of aninch A brief cloud burst Wednesday afternoon brought 28 of an inch ts The NRA night much formally lifted of the control last over trade in towns of 2500 or less It designated small town employers in 15 retail trades and services as com ingunder President Roosevelts or der lifting code obligations from certain little businesses Only child labor provisions and in certain cases fair trade provi sions were retained Price fixing was tossed out The trades affected Barber shops motor vehicles storage and parking bowling and billiards cleaning and dyeing laundries shoe rebuilding hotels baking industry insofar as sale of bakers products at retail is covered retail food and grocery retail jewelry retail tobac co retail trade including retail and booksellers real estate broker age restaurants and confectioners stores Hearing Continued in Appeal of Discharged Perry Superintendent ADEL Aug S in the appeal of Walter G Clark dis charged as superintendent of Perry schools last May on charges brought by a high school English teacher continued today before May A Hills superintendent of Dal las county schools here Counsel for the Perry school board rested its case after submit ting a transcript of the hearing which resulted in Clarks discharge and testimony from board members that their findings were unprejudic ed Clark was discharged after a hearing at Perry on a number of charges centering around allega tions of Miss Frances Giltner teacher Hitler Turns to Grave Problems Facing Germany Sharp Foreign Trade Drop Necessitates Program of Rationing Materials BERLIN Aug 8 Hit er put aside the role of funeral ora tor today and turned to the task o guiding Germany through grav problems which emmesh it in one o ts most critical mazes since th World war The in al jut totfie capital by airplane yesterday immediate after he had spoken an eulogy a the bier of the late President Pau von Hindenburg Germanys economic situation is rrave A sharp decline in foreign trade and ensuing foreign exchange difficulties have necessitated a pro gram of rationing raw materials which recalls war time measures Production Curtailed This economists say is bound to result in a curtailment of production and the problem of keeping factories going is imminent The financial dilemma was emphasized yesterday by the an nouncement that registered marks would be barred to foreigners living in Germany Hopes are pinned on Franz von Papen as special envoy to Vienna but observers were doubtful he would be able to keep the door open for naziism Austrians in Camp What to do with some 40000 Aus trian Legionnaires in camps around Munich close to the border is a growing problem They are express ing discontent at Hitlers scotching of their long expected march into Austria One of von Papens first missions is expected to be the obtaining of amnesty to permit these men to re turn Invoke Lindbergh Law After Blocking Plot Against Col Rogers NEW YORK Aug 8 Lindbergh law was invoked today against a former chauffeur for Col Henry Huddleston Rogers after an extortion plot against the Standard Oil millionaire was balked The chauffeur John Cvaniga 28 a native of Pueblo Colo was ar rested last night when he called for a suitcase he believed to contain the 510000 demanded on threats of violence to Colonel Rogers third wife Lieut Charles E Neuman said Cvaniga confessed to writing the two letters which directed Rogers to leave the money in a suitcase at the shop of an innocent tailor HONORTONOTED MAYO BROTHERS Speaks at Ceremony o Citation Motors to Mississippi TEXT ON PAGE 2 ROCHESTER Minn Aug 8 Roosevelt the first chief executive to visit this city shared the spotlight today with Ro Chesters most famous citizens the Mayo brothers as this city combin ed its entertainment for him with ceremonies honoring them Praising the two world renowaec physicians Dr William J anc Charles H Mayo operators of the Mayo clinic for their medical ser vices Mr Roosevelt added that their true distinction is in the sim ple fact that you have put mens sense of brotherhood and interde pendence into a setting and have jiven it a new meaning Addressing them as neighbor the chief executive participated in ceremonies in which the American Legion presented to the two physi cians citations voted at the last na tional convention honoring them for their humanitarian accomplish ments Hayes Presents Citations Edward A Hayes national com mander of the Legion presented th citationswhile the presiaent spoki in presenting a plaqueigiveiiTby thi local Legion post During his visit Mr Roosevelt found time to lay a wreath at the statue of Dr William Worrall Mayo father of the brothers and visit St Marys hospital For 50 years you have given Jreless skillful and unselfish ser vice here in this state and city President Roosevelt told the bro iers to whose hospital leading fig ures from all over the world have come for treatment These 50 years the span of your medical practice have covered probably the most remarkable pe riod in the history of science Catalogues Advances Briefly cataloguing the advances he went on But despite the progress that ou have seen and that you have helped to accomplish the restless pint of science prompts you to see iew visions of achievement As you have pointed out so often in your predictions of what humanity may xpect from medical science in the uture progress is only at its begin dng In the further development of he curative art in the discovery of ew means for the prevention of dis ase in the creation of methods by hich all of the people may be lade aware of the knowledge of ygiene and public health developed n the laboratory clinic your vision ffers promise of a greater nation and a happier people 2 Important Respects Those of us who are concerned rith the problems of government nd of economics are under special bligation to modern medicine in wo very important respects he ontinued ROOSEVELT ATTENDS ROCHESTER CELEBRATION Outstanding scenes and prominent figures In connection with the visit of President Roosevelt to Roches ter Minn Dr Charles H Mayo 1 and Dr William J Mayo 2 who were presented with national Amer ican Legion citations for distinguished service to disabled former service men and to humanity in general at a ceremony in which the president participated The Mayo clinic 3 which was inspected by the presi dent Diver and his assistant 4 engaged in construction work on Mississippi river projects which were in spected by the president after he left Rochester View of construction work 5 being rushed on the gate to the lock at Mlnneiska Minn through which the president passed on the Mayo yacht North Star In the first place it has taught s that with patience and applica on and skill and courage it is ossible for human beings to control nd improve conditions under which hey live and it has taught us how evotion to the public good urself h service never ending considera on of human needs are in them elves conquering forces Democracy looks to the day hen these virtues will be required nd expected of those who serve Turn io Page 3 Column I Troops Told to Be More Careful About Shooting NEW ORLEANS Aug ional guardsmen were ordered to day to be more careful about shoot ng at people Instructions to the soldiers to cry halt three times before shooting vere renewed and they were told to fire warning shots into the air at suspects It was feared that a drop of blood shed in the battle between Senator iuey P Long and Mayor T Semmes Walmsley for political con trol of New Orleans might spring the triggers of more than a thous and guns Only three ineffective have been fired thus far Two were aimed at a prowler by a barracks sentry and the third was an acci dental discharge of a riot gun in the registration office held by the militia ASK ROOSEVELT TO TAKE HAND Minneapolis Citizens Claim They Are Deprived of Rights MINNEAPOLIS Aug 8 n appeal to President Roosevelt to ake a hand in the Minneapolis ruck drivers strike was made to ay by the Minneapolis Protective ommittee a group of citizens who barged that residents are being de rived of their constitutional rights y military control A telegram addressed to Presi ent Roosevelt in care of his special rain at Rochester where he is par cipating in ceremonies honoring he worldfamous Mayo brothers leaded with htm to take imme iate steps to remedy the situation nd asking for conciliators who will recognize the needs of all citizens and prevent further demonstration of the situation for political pur poses Before he left for Rochester yes terday to participate in the pro gram Governor Olson left orders suspending military court Mean while 60 pickets and truck owners arrested for operating trucks with out a military permit were incar cerated in the stockade It was generally believed the gov ernor issued the suspension order pending a decision in federal court Hayes Gives Citation to Two Doctors National Commander of Legion Praises Mayos Work ROCHESTER Minn Aug S V bows its knes in grate ful acknowledgement of a lasting debt to the Doctors W J and C H Mayo Edward A Hayes national commander of the American Legion said today in presenting the two noted Rochester surgeons his organ izations citation for distinguished services Soldiers in war willing to die for their country if that be their duty Hayes said they have like wise devoted their lives as soldiers of mercy willing to die in the in terests of medicine if that be their duty to humanity Just as the American Legion created out of the sacrifices hard ships and comradeships of the great war pledged itself to protect the former serviceman who sick in mind or body no longer could pro hearing is set for Thursday morn ing Nine Injured When Air Liner Crashes MILWAUKEE Aug 8 persons were injured one of them critically when a huge Northwest Airways liner crashed into a soft marsh on its takeoff here for Chi cago and its motors burst into flames late last night Although the plane did not tip over two of its motors and the propeller were torn from it the pilots compartment was wrecked and mail and luggage strewn over the marsh tect himself so have the Mayos con secrated their lives to the service of the sick and helpless Lives Busy Ones In presenting the citation in be lalf of threequarters of a million World war veterans Hayes told the Mayo brothers your lives have been and please God may they con tinue tobe for many years yet to come busy ones filled to overflow ing with great accomplishments We of the Legion hold in deep respect the man who serves his country in time of great emer gency Hayes continued who con tinues that service to his commun ity state and nation in time of peace and whose breadth of vision and compassion extend beyond geo graphic lines to an unselfish service to all humanity In each of the Mayo brothers we find that kind of a man We take a justifiable pride in the fact that they are Legionaires by right Turn lo PACC 3 Column 3 BLAST OCCURS IN APARTMENT Floor of Building Wrecked Several Injured One of Them Dying NEW YORK Aug 8 ex plosion on the eighteenth floor of an apartment building at 45 Chris topher street tocisy left that floor of the building wrecked and resulted in injury to several persons One a wo man police said was in a dying condition The woman was found uncon scious on the eighteenth floor of the building near the apartment where the explosion occurred Deputy Police Commissioner Har old Fowler said she had been iden tified as Jeanette Bair a renting agent of 300 Riverside drive Sur geons administered oxygen in an ef fort to revive her The eighteenth story is the pent hour floor of the building and the apartments adjoining that in which the explosion occurred are respec tively those of Louis Soboi news paper columnist and Miss Florence Browning of a motion picture pro ducing firm Sabol said he was asleep when the explosion blew in walls of his partment He was attended by an ambulance surgeon Miss Browning was not at home Mrs Conrad Nagel Gets Divorce From Her Actor Husband HOLLYWOOD Cal Aug 8 of Hollywoods ideally married couple Conrad separated through the divorce courts Mrs Ruth Nagel obtained a de cree yesterday in Juarez Hex The actors prolonged absence from home on film work in the ast was the reason given by Mrs Nagel for the divorce Nagel said Mrs Nagel was given custody of their eight year old daughter Ruth They plan to remain the best ci friends DROUGHT ENDED IN NORTH IOWA 115INOTTUMWA Cloudburst Hits Mason City After Mercury Reaches 100 As all known Iowa heat records melted Wednesday with mercuries skyrocketing to 115 degrees at Ot umwa a thunderstorm and cloud urst crashed down on North Iowa Wednesday afternoon to end the drought and lessen the heat wave The rain began to pour down in KTason City about oclock after he thermometer had registered 100 degrees an hour earlier The rain fall which slackened after about IS ninutes amounted to 27 of an inch The temperature was back up to 99 at oclock The official reading of Ottumwa was recorded at 2 p m The previous record of 113 which las been equalled a number of times in various cities was last recorded at Knoxville during the July heat wave Highest in 115 Years Charles p Reed chief of the Iowa weather bureau declared that the 115 temperature is the highest ever recorded in Iowa during the 62 years the weather bureau has kept weather statistics He said that for 53 years previous to the time the weather bureau started keeping records cursory records were kept and added that the 114 reading probably is the highest ever recorded in Iowa for last 115 years Ottumwas previous high temper ature was 111 set in July and dupli cated several times since DeatK Toll Nine The intense heat was believed to have hastened the death of John Henry Miller 62 former Ottumwa packing house employe who died suddenly while watching a ball game Millers deathbrought the total to nine which have died directly or indirectly because of the heat Other cities sizzled while a few remained relatively cool had a reading of 108 Ceokuk recorded a top of 107 at and at that hour Council Bluffs was baking under a high of 106 3urlington registered 104 Fort Dodge and Marshalltown had a high f 102 E Comparatively Cool Several northern and eastern ities however enjoyed compara ively cool weather Davenport and Charles City recorded tops of 97 and hortly after noon Waterloo had a op of 95 at 1 p m and Cedar Rap ds thermometers read 98 at 1 Clinton Muscatine and Dubuque ad readings of 93 Muscatine had a race of rain and it was partly ioudy at Clinton The weather Bureau meanwhile oked for much needed rain Wed esday night and saw cooler wea er in sight for Thursday All Time Records During the week just closed southern and western Iowa exper ienced temperatures equaling or ex ceeding all time records weather TurnIn PnEc J Column 4 Europe of Today With the war dogs straining at the leash in Europe1 every newspa per reader will find this brand new map just off the press an invalu able aid in following and under standing the stirring and momen tous events across the Atlantic The map 21x28 inches in size is in five colors shows old and new boundaries of all countries and on the reverse side is a wealth of the latest data economic geographic and political Illustrations show the state buildings in the important capitals including the seat of gov ernment in bloody Vienna This map is available only through our Washington Informa tion Bureau To obtain a copy send 10 cents in coin and write your name and address plainly Use this coupon The GlobeGazette Information Bureau Frederic J Haskin Director Washington D C I enclose 10 cents in coin carefully wrapped for new MAP OF EUROPE Name Stect City State Mail to Washington D C   

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