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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 22, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home YJZZ THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LKASKD WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 221934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 271 Dictators Not Many Long Neely Among Senators Bossing Their States By HERBERT PLUMMER WASHINGTON Aug 22 Time was when a United States sen atorshlp often meant that the wear er of the sena torial toga exer cised p o li t i c a 1 domination over the party ma chinery fn his state It still is true in some in stances H u e y Long of Louisi ana is the politi cal czar in his state Matthew Neely of West Virginia recent ly demonstrated bis power when a youth who had his blessing copped the democratic sen atorial nomination from two veter an politicians Political observers however have CREDIT UNIONS PROMOTED BY FCA Judging Completed at North Iowa Free Fair year noted that thus far in the 1934 pri maries there has been a tendency for the voters to kick over the traces of senatorial bossism Especially has this been true among some of those happily situated democratic senators who have republican col leagues With their party in power con irol of ordinary patronage in their state rests exclusively with them Such control is in itself a powerful weapon in carrying out state demo cratic leadership Hasnt Worked Out But what actually has happened Take the situation in Ohio for example Senator Bulkley occupies a unique position there Yet in the recent Ohio primaries Bulkley ap parently suffered a decisive defeat in his effort to direct the course of democratic affairs through loss of the senatorial nomination for his man Representative West Step along to Missouri Therean other young democratic Bennett who inherited a jyeat name in politics and who red indications of being am bVAis to become party master in Missouri saw bis hopes smashed when his candidate ran third for the senatorial nomination In California there are reports the leadership of Senator McAdoo is threatened by the possibility of an interloper capturing the demo cratic gubernatorial iwmination White House Attitude Divided senatorial representa tion almost invariably encourages attempts dominant as the boss in that state The 1934 primaries to date have shown this clearly Thus far how ever it has been the bosses with in the state many of whom never held office or have gone to Wash ington in an official capacity who have outmaneuvered their sena torial rivals for party power Just what the white house thinks about the unkind blows primaries have dealt democratic senators with state boss aspirations is not of rec ord Examination of the attitude on some aspects of Mr Roosevelts policy shown by some of these sen ators in the two recovery sessions of congress would suggest how ever the president might have greeted the news with private chuckles by senator of the party to set himself up CROWD AT BRITT FOR 2ND ANNUAL HOBO PROGRAM Some Genuine Knights of Road Come to Claim Slumgullion BRITT Aug today was holding its second annual hobo day celebration commemorating the famous hoax of 1900 But today just as was the case at last years celebration there were some hon est to goodness hoboes present At least these men claimed to be hoboes And by that claim they won the right to a grand feast of slum gullion Into the slumgullion went meat potatoes carrots beans and other in one grand stew that might be difficult to an alyze as far as constituency is con cerned but sworn to for purity by the local committee Actual counts of the hoboes here as the program got under way var ied There were at least more than 15 With a large number of local businessmen attired as hoboes an actual census was rather difficult Parade Held Among those who claimed to be hoboes was Hajrbreadth Harry a noted knight of the road Last year however the other hoboes consider ed him not genuine viewing with askance his talent in writing poetry andhis ratherelaborate philosophy This morning a parade was held more than a naif mile long Included n the parade were a hobo band omposed of fife and drum players a hobo fire department and floats ntered by various businesses Large Crowd Present A record crowd was in town for he event and all parking space in the business district and nearly all in the residential district was taken by the autos FourH club exhibits were also a feature Governor Clyde Herring was to speak tonight and this the days program included an address by Senator Patterson of Burt republi can candidate for lieutenant gov rnor The hobo convention of 1900 was heralded widely in advance and at tracted correspondents of all the metropolitan papers On arriving here the correspondents found staid citizens dressed as hoboes The writers carried through the hoax however and reported many hoboes present VICTIMS OF DARING HOLDUP Victims of tbe daring daylight robbery of an armored bank truck in Brooklyn N Y after brand ishing machine guns were William JLillientlml left and Joseph Allen guard and driver respectively of the car The holdup was staged iii front of an ice company where the truck was halted to make collections Associated Press Aluminum Company Rejects Government Plans to End Strike PITTSBURGH Aug 22 The Aluminum Company of Amer ica this afternoon formally reject ed the governments plan to end a strike of approximately 8500 work ers in six of its plants stating that it does not consider demands for closed shop check off universal wage rates and union agreement to be proper matters for arbitration FORECAST IOWA Unsettled Wednesday night possibly scattered show ers Thursday with warmer In east and south portions IV IN N E S OT A Increasing cloudiness followed by scat tered showers and warmer in north portion Wednesday night Thursday unsettled cooler In west and central possibly show ers in extreme east p tlon IN MASON ClFY GlobeGazette weather figures for 2f hour period ending at 8 oclock morning Maximum Tuesday 83 Minimum in Night 5S At 8 A M Wednesday 63 PEACE REACHED IN MINNEAPOLIS 36 Day Truck Strike Ends as Workers Employers Agree to Pact MINNEAPOLIS Aug 22 Thirtysix days of industrial strife pock marked by death and violence before the dawn of military rule was terminated today by a pact of peace between striking truck driv ers and their employers For the first time since July 16 commercial vehicles in the city moved unrestricted and unguarded over streets that on July 20 were stained with the blood of 68 persons two of whom later died from police wounds inspiring Gov Floyd B Olson to impose military rule by the national guard July 26 Guardsmen packed away machine guns and rifles today dissolved the military courts and pardoned mili tary prisoners as members of Gen eral Drivers and Helpers Union No 574 went back to work with the governors latest statement ringing in their ears This settlement said Governor Olson is practically an acceptance of the HaasDunigan proposal Based on the peace proposal ad vancedsome days ago by the Rev Francis Haas and E H Dunnigan federal mediators adhered closely to demands of strike leaders In duplicating the action of the employers advisory committee the union membership last night accep ted the terms submitted them by P A Donoghue representingthe na tional labor relations board at Washington The workers were iven a definite wage scale and as surance that seniority rights would be recognized in reinstatement of imployes without discrimination Henry T Rainey Comes Back to His Home Folks President Mourns Bier With 30000 Citizens CARROLLTON 111 Aug 22 T T Rainey came back to his home folks today and the presi dent of the United States mourned with 30000 citizens at his bier Through streets draped with mourning and past half masted flags the funeral cortege from St Louis wended its way slowly to the little courthouse where the body lay in state All the business houses on the courthouse square were closed and 2280 residents of this little city were present almost en masse to pay their last respects to Henry T Raineys body was taken home tiiis afternoon His beloved Walnut Hall estate will echo to the sonor ous chant of the requiem from the front porch of the farm house a mile east of here The short and simple Episcopal ritual will be read by John Chandler White Episcopal bishop of Springfield Beside His Parents The late speaker was to be buried in the carrollton cemetery beside the graves of his father and moth er The funeral services were held at the farm home because there is no place in the city big enough to han dle the throng expected A host of both state and national politicians found their way here for the cere icnies President Roosevelt came from Washington on a special train Gov Henry Horner Senator William H Dieterich and Chief Justice Norman L Jones of the Illinois supreme court will meet the president and escort him to the Rainey home Jones was once a law partner with Rainey Rainey Homecoming It was one of fates ironies that the funeral services for the late speaker should be held on a day set Turn to page column 1 YOUNG EVANGELIST ADMITS STORY OF KIDNAPING UNTRUE GOLDSBORO N Car Aug 22 Rev R H Askew 28 Four Square Gospel evan gelist confessed today Sheriff Paul Garrison said that his story of being kidnaped was untrue and that he wrote the ransorj messages received by his wife LliUOR DEALERS LOSE LICENSES Commission Action Follows Council Bluffs Sioux City Raids DES MOINES Aug 22 Iowa liquor control commission to day revoked wholesale licenses of three dealers the GlobeDistributing company of Sioux City the Ham mond Liquor company of Council Bluffs and Harry Projanski of Council Bluffs M H Kirscnbaum of Sioux Cityi was given until Sept 10 to surrender his license and to dispose of his liquor stock through legal channels Kirschbaum indicated his intention to retire from business the com mission said and was given consid eration for that reason Distributors Raided The distributors were raided by the liquor commissions law enforce ment agents on the allegation the companies were selling liquor to in dividuals in violation of state law Persecution of the distributors for alleged violation of the liquor control act will rest with county attorneys a commission announcement said Revocation of the license completes official work of the commission it announced Boone Store to Open The commission office announced today that the Boone liquor store LARGER CROWD TAKES INTEREST IN RODEO SHOW Big Livestock Parade to Be Among Features of Thursday The enormous task of judging the thousands ot entries in the North Iowa free fair was completed Wed nesday by experts in agriculture and domestic science and education As ribbons fluttered from the prize winning entries those having ex hibits to be accorded such honors expressed satisfaction at triumphing in the face of stiff opposition A crowd estiated by Fred G Mit chell secretary of the fair at be tween 2500 and 3000 cheered Wed nesday afternoon as Candy Ham mers rodeo outfit presented a spec tacular show The manner in which thousands have continued to flock to the rodeo is indicative of the high interest which has developed in this western sports program It has seemed that interest in the rodeo has been on the increase Evi dently North lowans are becoming rodeo minded Meanwhile large crowds continued to swarm through the halls of exhibits and livestock barns at the fair The midway also was providing amusement for many Every Program Different Those who have been attending the grandstand programs regularly saidthat every performanceof the rodeo presents entirely new angles as the wild bucking bronchos and steers are always doing the unex pected Despite the fact that Maxine Henley cowgirl in the rodeo was critically injured while performing Tuesday afternoon the rodeo out fit presented a daring exhibition Tuesday night With the spirit of the show must go on there was no indication to the audience that the lighthearted death defying jerformers anxiously awaited word from the pretty young girl uncon scious in the hospital Parade to Be Thursday A spectacular event on Thurs days program will be the parade of livestock at oclock Cham will open Saturday Stores at Perry and Rockwell City will be opened probably next week as soon as equipment is installed the commis sion announced Prosecution of the distributors for lected for these stores it was an nounced A store at Maquoketa is to open Oct 1 A new building is being constructed there for the store Another Raid Made COUNCIL BLUFFS Aug 22 T i liquor commission agents today had in their possession an Timi In jinfe 3 column 0 Johnson to Vacation at Delaware NEW DEAN OF HOUSE With the death of Henry T Rainey speaker of the house ot representatives a fellow Illi nois member Representative Adolph J Sabath B8 of Chicago became the oldest member in point of service A native of Czechoslovakia Sab ath has been a member of the house since 1907 Associated Press jions from a wide area represent ng a huge investment will be araded by their owners before ad NORTH IOWA FAIR EVENTS SCHEDULE Wednesday p band concert p presentation by Candy Hammers rodeo Thursday p of live stock in charge of Earl Dean Harlan Girton and Edward ODonnell p m Candy Hammers rodeo interspersed by numbers by municipal band p by muni cipal band p finale of Candy Hammers rodeo miring throngs Thursday after noon and evening will see final per formances by the Hammer rodeo The WLS entertainment troup of 30 artists will appear Friday after noon and night before the grand stand Much favorable comment is being accorded the munimipal band which last year won the state championship Included in the Tues day night performance of this 38 piece organization were selections from the classics as well as popu BETHANY BEACH Del Aug 22 Hugh S Johnson is expected to arrive here today for a two weeks vacation He has rented a cottage at the beach lar numbers and marches A con tinuous musical accompaniment for the grandstand acts is presented by the band Considerable merriment resulted Tuesday night in the grandstand when the clown with the rodeo took his faithful burro into the grand stand While keeping up a humorous jargon the clown had the animal go through various stunts in all sec tions Events in Rapid Succession The evenings program opened with a grand entry followed in rapid succession by wild Brahma steer rid ing square dance by couples on horseback fast calf roping plain and fancy roping rope twirling broncho riding trick riding bull dogging and races One of the western horses which was in the chutes ready for the next event became frantic succeeded in the getting his hoofs through Turn to page 3 column 2 Farley Caught in Rain Thumbs Ride Downtown Postmaster General Leaves Denver for Des Moines on Way East DENVER Aug 22 ing to Omaha and Des Moines today after a visit here to address a convention Postmaster General James A Farley probably remem bered Denver as the city where he and an aide thumbed like the devil before they hitchhiked an auto ride The story was disclosed just be fore Farley left on a Rock Island train last night He was due in Omaha at p m C S T today and in Des Moines at p m tonight From there he will re turn east Visits Denver Bishop With Ambrose OConnell his ex ecutive assistant the cabinet offi cer visited the home of Bishop Ur ban J Vehr of the Denver Cath olic diocese and decided to walk back to his hotel a sudden shower found him without a car and with no taxi at hand We thumbed like the devil but our teehnic must have been bad said OConnell Finally a fellow came along who said he owned a jewelry store and took us to the hotel We introduced ourselves but I bet he thought we were a couple of liars Replies to Critics Farleys address to the National Rural Letter Carriers association convention was devoted mainly to the achievements of the postoffice department during the Roosevelt regime and to replying to critics of the president Farley declined to comment on the democratic party primary fight in Colorado in which Gov E C Johnson seeking renomination is being bitterly opposed by Miss Jos ephine Roche Husband Is at Bedside of Cowgirl Maxine Henley Clings to Slender Thread of Life As her husband anxiously stood vatch at her bedside Maxine Hen ey 23 year old cowgirl with the Candy Hammer rodeo here clung enaciously to a slender thread of ife Wednesday afternoon Maxine was had been un conscious for more than 24 hours Ser husband is unable to conceal his anxiety When another person enters the room he turns his head away as if to hide his emotion Concussion of the brain is keeping Maxine Henley in bed the physi cians say with a doubtful predic tion for her recovery But the entire rodeo troupe awaits with Cecil Hen ey the hoped for tidings that Max ine has emerged from her coma Dangles From Saddle A rearing bucking horse which fell upon her Tuesday afternoon was the cause of the most serious occurring to a member of the Candy Hammer rodeo this sea son Many spectators the smart guys thought it was part of the act when the pretty Henley girl dangled limply in the saddle as the horse arose But the experienced members of tbe rodeo knew it was otherwise and after a furious struggle with the frenzied horse took the uncon scious Maxine Henleyfrom its back The wailing moan of a siren rising and lowering a few minutes later told the audience that the cowgirl May the best man win he said and added smilingly or rather may the best man or woman win Report Revolution Plot in Cuba Broken by Colonel Batista HAVANA Aug 22 army headquarters today announced that Col Fulgencio Batista com mander of the army supported by loyal officers and enlisted men had definitely broken a plot for an open revolution Sept 4 on the anniver sary of Batistas overthrow of for mer President Carlos de Cespedes Green Backs Strike in Textile Industry WASHINGTON Aug 22 Pi President William Green of the Am rican Federation of Labor today ndorsed the proposed general strike in the textile industry and pledged the full cooperation of his organization was being taken to a hospital At the Park hospital anxiou members of the rodeo clustered about the injured womans bedside one was the glamour and color of the rodeo its place a roon ull of worried women who woulc not leave their pal until ordered 0 do so by a nurse Avoid Serious Angle Some of them attempted to avoid he serious angle with remarks such as Shell come out of it Why when was thrown in Cheyenne I was in ied for months but came out of it 3ut somehow the remarks meaning o aid those distressed about their riend seemed only tb worry them more Others of the cowgirls spoke nore bluntly The same thing hap ened to one of our cowboys in the Madison Square Garden rodeo and e while recovering lost part of is brains and has been mentally un alanced since that time one of the iris said Maxine Henley is still in a state f coma She may live She may die ut if hopes and care could aid her she would have been among the rid ers at the fairgrounds show Wed nesday afternoon In the meantime Cecil Henley waits MISSING COEDS BODY IS FOUND Alabama Girl Dead at Least 24 Hours Left in Field With Throat Cut BIRMINGHAM Ala Aug 22 T Miss Faye New missing Howard college coed was found dead by volunteer searchers this afternoon in a cornfield near Irondale Her throat had been cut and she had been dead for at least 24 hours The body was found by R L Carlisle one of the volunteer searchers hundreds of whom had been hunting for the girl since Mon day night Police ordered that curious be kept away from the body until the coroner arrived As the news of the finding of the body spread roads leading into the section were almost blocked by hun dreds who wanted to get near the scene MOVE BEGUN TO AID LITTLE MAN WHONEEDSCASH One Objective Will Be to Furnish Loans at Lower Interest WASHINGTON Aug 22 The farm credit administration started promoting the idea of credit unions today to help the little fel low who needs cash Under the federal credit union act it will oversee the organiza tion of such unions throughout the country Gov William I Myers an nounced the appointment of Claude R Orchard of Omaha as assistant director of the credit union section to assist Herbert Emmerich acting director Credit unions Myers explained are cooperative thrift and lending institutions organized by seven or more persons Their chief aims are to encourage thrift and lend mon ey to their members only for pro vident or productive purposes To Encourage Saving The law was enacted to permit people of small means to borrow money from their fellowworkers associates or neighbors through credit unions formed for the pur pose and to encourage them to save Myers said One objective of course is to provide sources of credit at lower interest rates than have been gen erally available He said it was not the purpose to set up new banking institutions op erating for profit Federal credit unions may lend only to their mem bers who have purchased shares of capitalstock or the from which they have applied for a i loan All profits after provision has been made for losses and reserves are paid to the memberstockhold ers whose number include of course the borrowers Loans Are Limited Under the law loans of may be made on the security of the bor rowers note alone while loans over that must be obtained with col lateral No one may borrow more than S200 or 10 per cent of the unions paid in and unimpaired cap ital whichever is greater Members provide capital stock by purchasing shares at each which s loaned to memberborrowers as a normal banking operation Application forms for which mion charters will be ready at dis trict offices of the Farm Credit as sociation shortly after Sept 1 tfyers said District offices are at Springfield Mass Baltimore Col umbia S Car Louisville Ky New Orleans St Louis St Paul Omaha Wichita Houston Berkeley Cal and Spokane Contracts Awarded on Missouri River WASHINGTON Aug 22 The war department announced oday award of more than 54000 00 of contracts for improvement n the Missouri river Guard Your Dogs Nothing is more important to the general health and comfort than he proper care of the feet but the average person seldom realizes its mportance until through neglect or abuse his feet have been seriously njured Experts agree that most oot troubles could be prevented by using reasonable care in the selec ion of hose and shoes or could be orrected before much damage has een done by following simple com mon sense instructions such as are ound in this booklet Dont negkct r feet Send for your copy of CARE OF THE FEET today in losing 10 cents to cover cost and handling Use this coupon Roosevelt Approves Garment Code Change WASHINGTON Aug 22 President Roosevelt has signed an executive order approving the hour reducing wage increasing amend ments to the code for the 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