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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 7, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                E R MS MEM J T OF I 1 P vn i r s NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION If VOL XLI FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY DECEMBER 7 1934 THIS PAPEK CONSISTS OF TWO SKCTJONS SECTION ONK NO 49 Differences Are Settled Roosevelt Composes Dispute of Ickes and Moffett By HERBERT PLUMMER ASHINGTON Dec 7 President Roose velts success in composing the differences be tween Secretary Ickes and James JV Moffet on the federal housing program is being set down as one of the most striking feats yet performed by him The gravity of the dispute be tween the two was weil iscog nized among ob servers here Not a few on the in side thought for a while that one or the other might have to go The fact that Both Mr Ickes and Mr Moffett remain at their posts presumably in good spirits is being spoken of as a tribute to the execu tive ability of Mr Roosevelt A president of lesser force or less abls to command the devotion of those who serve under him might not have been able to have accomplished what he did Both of the disputants are indi vidualists accustomed to command Its not like either one of them to give in once they have tUeir minds made up their friends say Sticks to His Aides Thus far Mr Roosevelt hasnt parted company with any of his major aides no matter how much they have quarreled among them selves or witb others in the admin istration Professor Raymond Moley clashed his superior Secretary Hull ajid left the state department Moley however is still close to the house and is one of the pres idents most trusted advisers General Hugh Johnson had all sorts of rows with his colleagues both in and out of NRA while he administrator His departure owever was due to other kan these squabbles Secretary Hull and George N jeek clearly are at odds on the question of tariff policies but the president is keeping both of them on the job When Peek previously clashed with officials of the AAA Mr Roosevelt was so eager to keep him in the administration that he invented the exportimport bank job for him Lets Them Squabble Only those who differ on politics with the president himself for Tiny length of time have been casualties thus far in the administration Lewis Douglas former director of the budget quit for this reason Professor Sprague and James P Warburg were permitted to leave their positions in the treasury be cause they were out of step with the thite house Dean Acheson was asked to resign for the same rea son It makes little difference to the president apparently how much his aides squabble among themselves Just iso long as they avert an open break or do not direct their shafts at him personally he is satisfied Post Makes Another Attempt for Record BARTLESVILLE Okla Dec 7 Wiley Post took to the air at p in C S T today in another effort to set a world altitude record for airplanes LITTLE ENTENTE WARNS WORLD TfeWeather Aged Oto Farmer Found Frozen to Death in His Cornfield Frigid weather took a firmer grip on Iowa early Friday sent thermo meters to subzero readings in many sections and caused one death from exposure Clearing skies Friday and sunshine over most of the state caused temperatures to rebound however and prospects were for mimmurns generally above zero Fri day night W A Fuffett 82 was found froz en to death Friday in a cornfield a mile from his home near Oto in eastern Woodbury county Suffering from illness for several weeks Puf fett is believed to have been deir ioiis when he removed a screen and departed through his bedroom win dow to wander into the snowcov ered fields His home is 29 miles southeast of Sioux City Dccorah Coldest Spot Mason City recorded 10 below early Friday morning and 13 below was registered at 5 oclock a m at the Crystal Sugar company north of town Coldest spot in the state Thurs day night was Decorah reporting 14 degrees below zero three de grees higher than the minimum of Waterloo reported 11 below and Fort Dodge and Sioux Falls S Dak 9 below North central Iowa was coldest with westernIowa points near zero and an average several degrees higherat most Mississippi river points The Iowa thermometer was topped Thursday at Keokuk where it reached 26 above 10 Below at Northwood Northwoods minimum tempera ture early Friday was 10 degrees below zero Friday was also remark able at Northwood becauseit was the first day since Nov 15 that could be classified as clear Encouragement for harassed fur nace tenders and owners of cars with frozen raaiators was offered in the weather bureau forecast of not so cold Friday night and some what warmer Saturday Light snowfalls were reported at scattered towns during the night Council Bluffs received two inches in a fall ended early Friday while both Keokuk and Davenport were visited by flurries Absence of high winds with the subzero wave tempered its severity and saved livestock and travelers from the danger of any pronounced suffering Shippers Get Wanting Shippers were warned to protect 7merchandise Friday night against temperatures of 6 above northwest ward 4 above northeast 12 above southwest and 12 above southeast Waterloo was apparently the cold est spot in eastern Iowa with near by Cedar Rapids reporting 7 degrees above and Iowa City an unofficial 6 degrees above Marshalltown had Tarn to POKC 3 Column 1 Set as Goal for Cheer Fund First List of Donors to Be Largest Ever Given at Start Twelve hundred dollars hasbeen decided upon as the goal of this years 1934 Christmas Cheer Fund A larger amount could be used to advantage by Mrs Mabel Blaise secretary of the Social Welfare league and administrator of this fund But this sum will go a long way toward accomplishing the Christ mas season job among the commun itys needy And moreover it is an attainable goal Last year the objective was Offered Position Preparing for Carnival Iowa Thermometers Tumble to New Low Points MASON CITY HAS 10BELOWNOTSO COLD FORECAST FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Friday night and Saturday Not so cold in the west and north portions Friday night Somewhat warm er Saturday MINNESOTA Partly cloudy in north generally fair in south Friday night and Saturday not so nold Friday night and in south portion Saturday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday 10 Above Minimum in Night 10 Below At 8 A M 7 Below The mercury in North Iowa did a nose dive Thursday night reaching a depth of 10 below in Mason City and 13 below at the beet sugar plant north of the city Mason City was one of the coldest points in Iowa according to weather bureau reports This minimum is one of the lowest ever recorded here in early December The wind shifted from north to south Friday morning a brisk rise of temperature through the forenoon MAKE BIG PLANS FOR SALES DAY Special Values Offered by Mason City Merchants for Saturday Elaborate plans are under way for Greater Mason City day to be ob served here Saturday with the of fering of special merchandising Vil ues by the merchants of the city Retailers are busy preparing thoir large stocks of Christmas merchan dise which will be ready for he buying public during this special event These large stocks of goods will offer shoppers in Mason City and North Iowa an opportunity to make their choices from a wide variety Workmen have almost completed the task of erecting the most ef fective Christmas decoratings Ma son City has had for years Mason City will be in a festive mood for visitors on Greater Mason City day Great Expectations Famous Dickens Christmas Story to Be Presented at Cecil as Christmas Cheer Benefit Great Expectations the Charles Dickens immortal clas sic has been converted into a movie Thats good news Great Expectations is to be shown at the Cecil theater next Wednesday Thursday and Fri 12 13 and 14 Thats still betternews Great Expectations is to be shown through the kindness and generosity of Tom Arthur Cecil manager as a benefit for the Christmas Cheer Fund What moresappfoi priate than this Universal com panys masterpiece with its Christmas theme as a vehicle whereby North Iowa theatergoers cangive themselves a neverto beforgotten evening of enter tainment and al the same time help fill the communitys Christ mas stocking In the next few days Globe Gazette readers will hear much about Great This little item is merely to suggest that you save out an evening for this picture which has won the plaudits critics everywhere set so high that it was not reached This must not happen again Opportunity and Challenge There you are good fellows Your opportunity and your challenge Its a personal question What is YOUR fair share of this task This guarantee offered Every donor will get back in satisfaction that comes from doing a good un selfish deed far more than he or she gives A flurry of contributions received Friday made it certain that the first list of Christmas Cheer donors to be printed Saturday will be the largest ever presented at the start of the campaign Cash in Hand The finance officer of organiza tions which have authorized con tributions are requested to act at now if cause the Saturday list will be con fined to cash in hand As was stated in the last issue getting the ball rolling is the hard est part of this venture Its the early gifts that oil the wheels He who gives at this stage of the game should be twiceblessed Send your contribution to this address Christmas Cheer Fund GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa No gift too too small Rock Island Man Hit by Tram and Killed ROCK ISLAND HI Pec 7 John C Von Essen 30 died of in juries this morning when he was struck by a train according to witnesses the man was hurrying to cross the tracks ahead of the train when he slipped and fell Hanged for Murder of Bride of 13 Days SAN QUENTIN PRISON Cal Dec 7 Dwight Murphy was hanged here today for the murder of his bride of 13 days in Long Beach in 1926 E 3 FEULING Senators Argue About Value of Military Secrets Du Pont Officials Claim Firm Was Urged to Stay in Powder Business WASHINGTON Dec 7 Evidence that the war department considered jt wore Jmpprtant JE95 du Pont company to continue production of powder than for the national to guard military secrets drew assertions today from mem bers of the senate munitions com mittee that America was arming the to its own future disad vantage The statements from Chairman Nye RN Dak I and Senator Van dcnberg RMichi drew from an official of the du Pont company the defense that no military secrets last more than two years Smoke Filled Room Their assertions were produced by evidence presented in the smoke filled hearing room that the war de partment urged the du Fonts to continue in the powder business af ter the World war Vandenberg who conducted the questioning in which three of the du Pont family participated from time to time introduced a memor andum from the du Pont files quot ing Colclen L H Ruggles assistant chief of ordinance in the war de partment as saying It was vastly more important to encourage the du Porit company to continue in the manufacture of propellants for mil itary use than to endeavor to pro tect military secrets Deny Giving Secrets Earlier in the session the du Pont witnesses vigorously denied intima tions from the committee that they had imparted military secrets to foreign manufacturers over the ob jections of the war and navy de partments Documents from the du Pont files disclosed however that some offi cials of the du Pont company were concerned that an agreement be tween the du Pont company and Nobel Ltd of London to exchange processes might endanger relations with the departments Boy Seriously Hurt When Sled Crashes Front of Streetcar DBS MOINES Dec 7 T The second serious coasting accident here in 24 hours resulted in the ser ious injury of Joseph Branchohs 12 whose sled crashed into the front end of a streetcar The boy rolled under the front of the car narrow ly escaping the wheels and receiv ed severe bruises and a possible skull fracture HERRING OFFERS FEU JOB ON HIGHWAY BOARD Expresses Hope Party Chairman Will Turn Down Post DES MOINES Dec 7 Clyde L Herring today offered to E J Feuling of New Hampton state chairman of the democratic party a position on the state high way commission to fill the vacancy caused by the death of H A Maine of Waterloo At the same time the governor expressed the hope that Feuling would decline the appointment In a formal statement which the governor released at his regular morning press conference he said Thoroughly Qualified The governor this morning of fered an appointment to fill the vacancy upon the highway commis sion occasioned by the death of H A Paine to E J Feuling of New Hampton with the explanation that Feuling is located in the part of the state from which the appoint ment should be made is thoroughly qualified in every respect to make a good highway commissioner and in addition has earned any appoint ment he might accept by exception al party service At the same lime the governor stated that he expressed the wish Cedar Rapids Lights Out for Nearly Hour CEDAR RAPIDS Dec 7 large portion of the downtown bus iness section was without electric light and power for nearly an hour today forenoon when water seeping from a broken main entered a manhole of the Iowa Electric Light and Power company causing a short circuit to tne desires of many outstanding demo crats throughout the state continue as state chairman of the democratic party in Iowa the position which he has so efficiently and effectively filled for the Past two years Withholds Decision Advised of the governors an nouncement Feuling who returned to Des Moines last night from a trip said he would not make his decision immediately He lunched with the governor and it was believed the matter was discussed further at that time The democratic chief expressed his gratification at the tender of the position but also indicated the wel fare of the party must be consid ered carefully before a decision is reached The governor said that in the event Feuling accepts the appoint ment it will undoubtedly be neces sary for him to resign his state chairmanship according to the wishes of democratic leaders Has Been Active The governor pointed out in ex pressing his position in the matter hat Feuling has long been active in highway affairs in his territory and that he has had considerable experience as a party member and also in association with the high way commission in the development of northern Iowa roads Members of the party who have figured prominently in the recent campaign have long known the de sires of the state chairman in re gard to the highway appointment the governor said Various leaders have attempted to dissuade the state chairman In his request but Feuling has maintained that his interest and experience in highway matters make him a logical candi date for the position Forty and Eight chiefs prepare for carnival being staged at Hie armory Friday evening at oclock under the joint sponsorship ot the Legion and P T A as a benefit for the voiture milk fund Heading from loft to right are J F Malary who is installing part of equipment L K Whipple and R C Patrick chairman of the committee The program will include Collins and his Hill Billy troupe the Lonesome Cowboy Mexican dance team Mexican singer Rusty Hinge quartet and Denny Cross in a tap Oance number Hall is to be master of ceremonies Photo and cut by Kayenay Engraving Co Retire After Hungarian Border Raids Remain Near Front Bands Raid Homes of Refugees NELSONS WIDOW GETS SENTENCE Helen Gillis Committed to Federal Prison for Year and Day MADISON Wis Dec 7 Frail blue eyed Helen Gillis the 22 year old widow of George Baby Pace Nelson and mother of the gangsters two children stood silent in federal court today and heard Judge Patrick T Stone commit her to Alderson W Va prison for one year and a day The diminutive defendant a vic tim of anemia huddled deeply into the folds of her dark coat to cscaue the sharp winter air when she left the county jail She was said to have been under the care of a physician By JAMES A MILLS Copyright 31134 by The Associated Press SZEGED Hungary Dec 7 After intermittent forays across the frontier into Hungary this morning Serbian troops attached to the Yugoslav army retired temporarily relieving a highly dangerous situa tion As the forces remain only a short distance from the frontier however their presence is a source of great anxiety to Hungary The official Hungarian news agency said the Chetniks an or ganization of armed men made mid night raids on evacuated Hungar ian homes in Yugoslavia carrying off valuables Pogrom Is Announced A pogrom the agency said was announced by the Chetniks to be impending against Hungarians The Serb decacnment entered the country only three miles from here early this morning and challenged a Hungarian border force to fight Only strong disciplinary action by Hungarian officers they reported prevented a battle The situation was tense and grave fears were expressed by authorities Szeged officials said they did not believe an attack on the city was contemplated but if it came the city was prepared Streets were crowded with Hungarian soldiers Second Largest City Szeged with a population of 135 000 is Hungarys second largest city Budapest the capital and the largest is only 96 miles away The invasion followed Yugo slavias expulsion of thousands of Hungarians who continued to come across the border today The situa tion rose from the assassination of King Alexander of Yugoslavia at Marseille Oct 9 Indignation was at a fever pitch in Hungarian border villages Serb troops wearing their emblem of a skull and crossbones shouted threats and imprecations at Hun garians authorities reported Filled to Overflowing Szeged and nearby towns were filled to overflowing with weary and frightened refugees Increasing the fear was the knowledge that Yxigo slav forces are far superior to Hun garian troops along the frontier Many of the refugees were so ill they required hospital treatment Four hundred were added last night to the 1308 who had arrived yesterday and the preceding night Turn In 3 Cnlurnn 3 US WILL HELP END CHACO WAR Informs League This Nation Ready to CoOperate in Peace Moves WASHINGTON Dec i a good neighbor the United States accepted today the role of peace maker in cooperation with othei American republics in an attempt to end the long jungle war between Bolivia and Paraguay With the belligerents still locked in a desperate struggle in the Gran Chaco Secretary of State Hull in formed the league of nations this government would cooperate in the peace plan by assuming two respon sibilities 1 Name an American member to the neutral supervisory commission which will try to end the war quick ly 2 Name American delegates to a PanAmerican peace conference at Buenos Aires designed to negotiate a lasting settlement of the 50 year old border dispute and insure future peace in South America Not League Member Since the United States is not a member of the league Hull declined to become involved in any league or European entanglements by col laborating with the leagues Chaco advisory commission at Geneva This country would he said matn Turil IHfe il Column 3 THREATENS WAR ON NATION THAT MENACES UNITY Czech Statement Follows Yugoslav Charges and Hungarian Reply By JOSEPH E SHARKKY liyrlRhl 1SI34 by rrcfift GENEVA Dec flat threat of war against any nation which seeks to violate the alliance of Yugoslavia Czechoslovakia and Ru mania was made to the world today by the foreign minister of Czecho slovakia The warning was issued by Dr Eduard Bcnes the personality re garded as most responsible for the organization of that little entente He told the council of the league of nations gathered in an exciting session in an effort to settle a quarrel between Hungary and Yugoslavia that if anyone strikes a blow at the unity of the little entente war will result by Russia He said that soviet Russia was joined with the little entente in a securities pact which defined an aggressor nation as a country which supported armed bands or which protected such armed bands Previously the council has heard Yugoslav charges that armed bands of assassins plotting against the life of the late King Alexander of Yugoslavia had been protected in Hungary while they plotted against the monarchs life They also heard a Hungarian re buttal that a plot against King Alexander was announced in Amer ica and that hte assassination was the result of internal conflict in Yugoslavia Says Conspiracy Exists The Czechoslovak minister charg ed that a general conspiracy existed against the territorial integrity of the nations which were created by the World war Dr Benes also asserted that if the assassination of King Alexander at Marseille had occurred before the World war or before the existence of the league of nations war be tween Yugoslavia and Hungary would have been a dolorous andhor rible reality If in the future he declared anybody strikes at the unity Yugoslavia Czechoslovakia and Rumania catastrophe will surely come Replies to Accusations Tiber Eckhardts statement that Croats in America sentenced Alex HFT Help f Fight Tuberculoiii Turn Jo Pane 3 Column S Tram Leaves Rails and Hits Elevator MALVERN Dec 7 Wa bash railroad freight train left the rails here today and crashed into Good Brothers elevator wrecking the elevator and scattering about 12000 bushels of corn and oats over the ground No one was injured in the crash Remodel Your Hut One good reason to remodel your house is that you will be cooper ating with the federal government in its campaign to revive the build ing industry and increase employ ment But the prime reason is tliat you will increase the value sala bility and rentability of your prop erty and enhance its attractiveness comfort and convenience Before undertaking a remodeling project however you should send to our Washington Information bureau for a copy of Modernizing Old Houses1 i It will aid you in your planning as it contains a wealth of practical information on every phase of such work Use this coupon Shopping Days til Christmas The Mason City GlobeGazette Information bureau Frederic J Haskin director Washington D C I enclose lOc in coin carefully wrapped for the booklet Mod ernizing Old Houses Name Street City State Mail to Washington D CU ANOTHER GREATER MASON CITY DAY COMING SATURDAY   

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