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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 8, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI rtVE CENTS A COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED W1RB SBRVICB MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 81934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE No 24 WATCH FOR BABY FACE AT CRESCO THOUSANDSRIOT IN PARIS BREAK THROUGHPOLICE Flandin Will Head New Cabinet Doumergue Rule Ends PARIS Nov 8 thousands of persons smashed through police line in front of the opera tonight as many in the throng cried Down with the depu ties Authorities who teared disord ers would ensue following the res ignation today of Premier Gaston Doumergue and his cabinet had drawn up the police in formation The massing of police was made in an effort to overawe the crowd but the throng broke the dark blue ranks Scores of the demonstrators were arrested Thousands of persons swarmed the boulevards The square in front of the Place de LOpera pacKed with the crowd Mobile guards on horseback their carbines swung across their shoul ders were ordered into action They trotted into the square and lined up against the buildings along the boulevard Before the advance of the horse men the crowd thinned its members moving quickly out of the way Herring Orders Probe of Slander o nnnnruriT MAC RICKENBACKER SEEKS RECORD Governors 40000 See Shuckers in Title VAL REFUSES JOB By STUART MORONEY AB into the discard todayan tTloumergues minister of publii works Etienn Flandin agreei to form a new French govern ment and serv as premier He accept ed this task a the request o President Lebru who previousl had offered th premiership t the chief neutra in French pol tics Pierre La val the resigne foreign ministe Laval howeve refused the task PierreEtienna Flandin FAIRMONT Minn Nov 8 under gray skies and with the tem erature near freezing 18 young armers started off in the national ornhusking championship shortly after noon today The bark of a shotgun sent the lassy field representing nine corn elt states away to a colorful start while a crowd of more than 40000 lersonS cheered The title meet staged at the Fair mont Canning company farm one mile and a half east of here was marked by a carnival spirit with bands playing and large delega ions present to cheer their favor tes Nebraskan Works Fast The defending champion Sher man Henrikson of Nebraska got away to a flying start although he was handicapped from the lack of lusking heavy corn in his home state workouts Minnesota pinned its hopes on Ted Balko and Ray Hanson win ner and runnerup at the state cham pionship contest held recently at Owatonna The contestants were limited to eighty minutes husking Then the corn they pitched into a wagon was separated from any husks that might have been left clinging to the ears and the cornand husks together with waste left in the field was weighed The difference be tween the corn andlie husks and the waste wagto be the total cred ROOSEVELT HAS CONFERENCES ON RETURN TO JOB Uprecedented Margin of Congress Democrats Still Growing WASHINGTON Nov 8 President Roosevelt and Chairman Buchanan of the house appropria tions committee arranged today for a running start on work of the now congress to permit quick action This was done shortly after the president returned to the white house from Hyde Park N Y where he voted in the election which gave the democrats an overwhelming majority in congress After a white house conference Representative Buchanan announc ed his committee would meet be fore congress convenes to prepare the supply bills for immediate con sideration when congress assembles in January Figures Not Mentioned Buchanan said specific figures fo The French public fearful of a repetition of the riots which brought the Doumergue government into being watched the rapid succession of events with nervousness Political Truce Doumergue had based his rule on the idea ofa political truce and Lebrun had called upon Laval in an effort to salvage that type of gov ernment But the refusal of Laval the avowed enemy of payment of the French war debt to the United States was regarded as irrevocable Doumergues resignation forced as it was by the refusal of Edouard Herriot minister without portfolio and leader of the radical socialists and five other ministers affiliated with him to cooperate left the vet eran statesman disillusioned and disheartened He immediately issued a brief I appeal to the people in an effort to preserve the peace of the company Pleads to Country His appeal read I have been led to abandon pow er I beg all my fellow citizens in behalf of the interest and security Turn to J cnlamn 3 ited individual perforiniL untillate this Five Ciwh Arousing the nations corn belt the contest offered five cash prizes 100 to the winner 50 to the run nerup and 25 and to the next three for an hour and twenty minutes grind through stubborn stalks Huskers on the battle lists a champion and runnerup from each state were Ted Balko and Ray Hanson Minnesota Richard Ander son and Ernest Torkelson South Dakota Lee Stodgell and Walter Johaniisen Iowa Emmanuel Dierckman and George Miller Ohio Sherban Hendricksen and Harry Brown Nebraska Lawrence Pitzer and Clarence Ivers Indiana Simon Altman and L D Kahle Il linois Lawrence House and Cecil Vining Kansas Ellsworth Kapp and Layton Roberts Missouri COMPROMISE ON NAVIES OPPOSED U S Delegates Determined Never to Grant Equality to Japanese LONDON Nov 8 delegates are strongly opposed to a British compromise naval program with Japan and appear determined never to grant equality to the Ja panese Englands tentative proposal giv ing Tokio equality in principle but an inferior position to Britain and the United States actually in ton nage goes a long way toward meet ing Japanese demands naval circles here believed Tokio dispatches quoted Japa nese naval spokesmen as saying the British proposal or any other which did not offer full equality is un The Japanese are studying the proposition and may not reply for several days appropriations to run the govern ment during the coming year wer not mentioned in the white house conference The emergency council compose of members of the cabinet an heads of the various recovery units was called for a conference later i the day i JtVas this J FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Rising temperatures Thursday in cen tral and west portions Increas ing cloudiness Friday MINNESOTA Increasing cloudiness snow or rain in north and portions Thursday night and in north eastcentral Friday warmer Thursday night and in east and south portions Friday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 63 Minimum in Night 28 At 8 A M Thursday 30 A November day approaching within a degree or two of the sum mer heat zone was Wednesdays weather offering to Mason City A more beautiful November day isnt in the memory of the oldest old timer locally CONTROL UNTIL 1940 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The democrats are figuring MI controlling the senate until at least 1940 Tuesday they elected 23 sen ators who will serve until con gress meets in 1941 Those to gether with holdovers and others in southern or preponderantly democratic states who will be chosen in 1936 and 1938 the dem ocrats calculate will give them the 49 or more necessary for a majority There are 19 democratic sen ators coming up for election in 1936 and 27 in 1938 Capt Eddie Rickenbacker World war ace is shown with two mem bers of his crew and the new powerful plane In which he seeks a new transcontinental air record between Los Angeles and New iork Lett to right Pilot Si Morrhouse Rickenbacker Capt Charles W France Associated Press SpeedsJEast SEEKS WRITERS OF LITERATURE CHARGES LIBEL Investigation Placed in Hands of Attorney General By ROY P PORTER DES MOINES Nov 8 Clyde L Herring returned to office y a substantial democratic major y which swept through all state ffice races today moved against is opposition by ordering an in estigation of alleged libel and slan er during the campaign He instructed the attorney gener als office to begin an inquiry at once concerning the authorship and distribution of campaign literature which he said libelled and slan dered himself and other democratic state officers His principal attack he indicated was to be against the republican state central committee and its of ficers and employers although other organizations and persons were in eluded in the chief executives or ders to his legal department Confers With Maley Governor Herring announced th move during his regular press con ference after a lengthy conferenc during the morning with Assistan Attorney General Walter Maley in whose hands he placed the Inquiry Une Governors Lead Rises to 71125 DES MOINES Nov 8 Clyde L Herrings lead over Dan W Turner his republican rival in Tuesdays election today had mounted to 71125 votes With only 64 scattered precincts unreported out of the states 2452 the democratic governor had 453 69T votes Turner 382572 and Wal lace M Short farmerlabor nomi nee 26266 The total vote for the three can didates climbed to 862535 by fa xcceding all previous records fo i offyear election in Iowa Count Nears Close The count for elective state offi ers below governor stood today Lieutenant governor 2226 pre incts Kraschel D 397943 Pat erson R 334979 Secretary of state 2202 precinct Miller D 399677 Greenwalt R 331513 Auditor 2202 precincts Storm D 380572 Hanson R 326432 Treasurer 2153 precincts Weg man D 379927 Williams B 331909 Attorney general 2212 precmci OConnor D 380372 Naglesta R 332937 Murray Far Ahead Secretary of agriculture 21 precincts Murray D 38324 Nelson R 321201 Railroad commissioner 2V 2145 precincts Dunlap D 346126 Huffman D 340058 Martin R 306163 Woodruff R 311904 Supreme court judges 1986 precincts Hamilton D 324456 Parson 001 S21085i Richards D ST ANSGAR BOY SCAUGHT AFTER HOLDUP OF BANK Claimed Carpenter Raid Was Under Orders of Famed Outlaw A St Ansgar youth who was ar ested a short time after he held up the Carpenter Savings bank at Carpenter about oclock hursday morning confessed to of icers that he was to meet the no orious gangster Baby Face Nel son at a point near Cresco later n the afternoon In view of this report by the youth officers from several coun ies gathered at Cresco to deter mine whether or not there was any foundationto the boys claims The youth Reuben Perau about 20 entered the bank at Carpenter with a red bandanna handkerchief over his face He carried a 32 nickle plated pistol Youth Was Nervous Pete R Nicholson cashier of the bank and George Davis a customer were in the bank at the time The youth aparently quite nervous held up his hand and voiced a command Give me the money declared the St Ansgar boy Nicholson attempted to argue him out of the holdup saying you are very foolish to attempt it This is Communists March and Pillage in China HONGKONG Nov 8 munists estimated to number 40000 were reported today to be migra ting westward from Fukien to Kiangsi where troops have been blockading them for many months They were reported to be looting the territory in their path toward Szechuen where they planned to es tablish Soviets but were being har rassed by soldiers Watrous Iowa House Architecture Chief DES MOINES Nov 8 Charles A Watrous Des Moines ar chitect today was named architec tural supervisor of the Iowa office of the federal housing administra tion president before he left for his home to vote The meeting gave him opportun ity for an immediatae checkup on the national recovery campaign Buchanan expressed the thought that early preparations of the ap propriation bills would make it posible for a reasonably short ses sion of the new congress LaFollette Guest Senator LaFollette Wisconsin progressive who won reelection and an advocate of a public works program was a luncheon guest Henry Morgenthau the secretary of the treasury and Daniel Bell the director of the budget were called for an afternoon conference Greeted by an early morning crowd of workers at the station Mr Roosevelt motored to the white house and plunged into work with out comment on the overwhelming new deal victory in the Tuesday election The unprecedented democratic majority in congress continued to climb With one senate and two house contests still undecided the democrats had picked up nine seats in the former and six in the latter Hatch Beats Dillon The newest addition to the dem ocratic senatorial certainties was Carl A Hatch New Mexico incum bent who won out over Richard C Dillon his republican opponent The other New Mexico contest was still unsettled with Senator Cutting republican independent leading his democratic challenger Dennis Chavez by a few hundred votes The latest figures on the con gressional lineup were Senate Democrats 69 republi cans 24 farmerlabor 1 progres sive 1 missing 1 House Democrats 320 republi cans 103 progressives 7 farmer labor 3 missing 2 38 Demo Governors The outcome of the gubernatoria contests was complete with the democrats holding 38 the republi cans 8 progressives 1 and farmer labor 1 The latest democratic victory in the house was David J Lewis in cumbent from the sixth Marylam district A new deal supporter h Turn to ingr 2 rolnmn 1 KANSAS CITY Nov S A huge transport plane in charge of Capt Eddie Rickenbacker World var ace landed here at p m Central Standard Time today on a dash from Burbank Cal to New York in an attempt to establish a new transcontinental speed record Leaves For New York BURBANK Cal Nov 8 Seeking a new transcontinental speed record both for transport and speed planes a huge transport plane with Capt Eddie Rickenback r in charge took off from the Jnion Air terminal for New York at a m PST today An official timer of the National Aeronautical association was pres ent in order to aiake whatever mark is made by the plane official One stop was planned on the flight that at Chicago where the Diane was to be refueled Besides Rickenbacker the plane carried two pilots and three passen ers Ideal weather conditions were re ported along the Great Circle over which the craft will fly at an altitude of 18000 feet to take advantage of prevailing winds The route lies over Pueblo Colo and Omaha Nebr Rickenbacker ex pected to reach Chicago about p m The plane carried 870 gallons of gasoline Body of Farm Youth Is Found on Highway IOWA CITY Nov 8 The body of Fred Haak 21 farm youth living 10 miles south of Marengo was found at midnight beside his wrecked car in a ditch two miles east of Ladora He had been dead several hours when found but motorists passing on U S highway No 6 had failed to stop Coroner E M Mahannah of Iowa county is investigating BIERMANN TOTAL MAJORITY 5815 Final Returns Show Gwynne Won Over Willford by 6876 Votes The majority by which Fred Bier mann Decorah democrat retained his seat as represenative of the fourth Iowa district in congress was 5815 votes over the republican nom inee G A Benson of Elkader final returns from all of the 257 districts showed Thursday Final figures were Biermann 47 485 and Benson 41670 Wallace Sumner of Mason City the farmer labor candidatef received a smatter ing of votes in the various counties The Iowa congressional delegation remains at six democratic members and three republican members The count in the Iowa congres sional elections Thursday stood First 237 precincts out of 243 Eicher D 39313 Hicklin R 36425 Second 215 precincts out of 217 Jacobsen D 60201 Andelfinger R 34623 248 precincts complete D 35146 Gwynee R 320 precincts out of 324 Fabritz D 47915 Thurston R 53547 Sixth 215 precincts complete TJtterback D 48659 Dowell R 44587 Seventh 214 precincts out of 318 Wearin D 50654 Swanson R 46687 Eighth 312 precincts out of 318 Myers D 39584 Gilchrist R 44551 Ninth 286 precincts out of 310 Turn to PBRC 2 column 7 Third Willford 41909 Pirandello Italian Writer Nobel Winner STOCKHOLM Nov 8 The Nobel prize in iterature was awarded today to the Italian author Luigi Pirandello The prize amounts to The award was based on the au thors general contribution to lit erature there being no mention of any particular work Play Dirty Trick on Neilburg Postmaster NEILBURG Sask Nov 8 A dirty trick literally and figura tively was played on the postmaster of Freemont Someone poured tar into the letter box When the post master got disentangled it was im possible to read the addresses on the letters Democratic Political Leaders Will Honor 5 Slain in Ambush POTTSVILLE Pa Nov 8 Democratic political figures are coming to Kelayres mountain min ing settlement to honor the five men who were slain in the ambush of an election eve parade Joseph F Guffey United States senator elect George H Earle the next governor and David L Law rence state chairman have an nounced they will come with others Friday for the burial of the victims of a political tragedy The collieries are to close down and the stores and shops will sus pend business for the mass funeral Meanwhile Joseph Bruno county detective his two sons Alfred and James and his nephew Paul ac cused of the slayings will be ar ranged today under heavy guard said is td be pointed toward pos sible grand jury action in the event that facts ascertained by the in vestigators support the preliminary contentions We cannot permit that sort of material whether during a political campaign or otherwise and we dont intend to the governor said Such statements as were made during the campaign against my self and other state officers we know to be false and slanderous he continued New Low Level The campaign on the part of the opposition reached a new low level in political campaigns in Iowa That such tactics are not in the public interest has been shown by the results of the election and the people cave rebuked the opposition by their votes Maley on taking charge of the probe appointed Frank Moorhead agent of the state bureau of inves tigation as special investigator The course of the inquiry has not as yet been determined future plans awaiting development after further conference between the gov ernor and the attorney generals of fice To Include Pamphlets Included in the probe are to be pamphlets political advertising and speeches made by forces opposing the incumbent state officers during the campaign the governor said He declined to state specifically which documents distributed were consid ered during the conference this morning Governor Herring emphasized that the investigation was not di rected against newspapers or press associations which published ab stracts of speeches by opposition candidates but rather was to con cern itself with the organizations and individuals under whose super vision such material was written and distributed Besides the opposing political fac tion several minor groups under whose asserted direction literature was issued were to be subject to the inquiry the governor indicated To Seek Identities The inquiry as determined by the chief executive will attempt to dis cover who wrote certain pamphlets who ordered them written and dis tributed and the identity of any and all persons who were instrumental in the preparation It was indicated that such sub jects as the ownership of the build ing housing the headquarters of the Iowa liquor control commission cer tain allegations made against the moral character of at least one state officer and various other matters would be included in the scope the probe Democratic speakers during the campaign repeatedly charged the republicans with character assass ination speeches and literature Engage In Argument In one instance two high offi cials representing both parties en Torn to 2 column HArson0 i u i i Powers D 2a4oui JSvans R 289517 Kindig R 292741 Stevens R 293539 Claussen R 269368 Democratic control of both branches of the state legislature was assured by the complete unof ficial returns 28 Seats in Senate The majority party will have 28 seats in the state senate to 22 oc cupied by republicans and the house will be composed of 57 demo crats and 51 republicans the unof ficial check showed Democrats won 10 senatorial con tests and the republicans 12 but the democratic party had 18 holdover members to 10 of the republicans In the house the democrats suf fered a setback from last year but will have two more members than the required constitutional ma jority The legislative table incumbent STATE SENATE 1st district Lee T F Driscoll 7th district Fremont and Page Paul L Millhone 9th district Des Moines county James M Bell 10th district Henry and Washing ton Claire Dewey 12th district Keokuk and Powe shiek E F Mason D 13th district Wapello county x Turn to pane 2 column 2 the wrong place to get money The boy answered This is no joke and insisted that the cashier hand him over some money Gives Money Slowly Nicholson slowly handed gome to and WISCONSIN BANK LOOTERS ROUTED Band of 5 or 6 Burglars Fails in Attempt to Blow Safe CAMBRIA Wis Nov S band of five or six men attempted to blow the safe of the bank of Cambria today but was frightened away without loot The burglars fired on William N Lbchart fire chief and Abel Jones driver of the village fire truck when they responded to an alarm Neither was struck Lockhart and Jones sped out of town going to Randolph four milef nervous finallybacked out of the door and left The amount of money obtained by the youth was between 5400 and 500 Davis ran to the window to get the license plates numbers of the car driven by the youth but they were covered Both Nicholson and Davis jumped into Nicholsons new car and sped after the robber Vernon Sesert an oil station at tendant also took part in the chase Marshal Is Called Nicholsons new automobile was unable to stand the hot pace and hot bearings necessitated that he stop Sesert continuing the chase fol lowed the robber to Stacyville While Perau stopped at an oil sta tion for gas Sesert called the town marshai Roy Giiles Ralph Green accompanied the town marshal as he went after the trail of the rob ber The youthful bandit had at that time just left the oil station The two sighted the car used by Perau and chased him south of Stacyville where they crowded him off the road about a quarter of a mile from town Confesses to Robbery Perau confessed readily to the robbery and said I had to hold up the bank to get more money When pressed by officers for an explanation of this statement he claimed he had to meet Baby Turn to page 2 column Dont Neglect Feet Feet are in many respects the most important parts of the hu man body Neglect them and you will have to pay the an extremely serious penalty The booklet Care of the Feet gives explicit instructions on the proper care and treatment of the feet in cluding expert pdvice on the sel ection and fitting of shoes and hose Foot ills can be avoided ar rested or cured and the numerous troubles that result from bad feet can be prevented by studying and following the suggestions contained in this booklet town going to rauutjipii iuur Send 10 cents in coin today for west of here where they telephoned i your copy a small investment to the Columbia county sheriff at that will bring you large returns Portage for assistance The burglars fled before the sher iff arrived Beulah Rausch night operator was awakened by the sound of shooting about 3 a m and saw five or six men in front of the bank They were firing into the plate glass windows apparently with shotguns Miss Rausch was unable to notify the village marshal because the tele phone wires had been cut She then sounded a fire alarm The burglars attempted to blow the safe part of the banks interior was damaged by the explosion but i he strong box held Bank officials reported nothing was taken The Mason City GlobeGazette Information liurenu Frederic 1 tlnskin director Washington D C I enclose 10 cents in coin care fully wrapped i for the booklet Care of the Feet Name Street 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