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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 2, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HOME EDITION To Carry on Tradition Woman Will Act as Speaker Byrns Secretary By HERBERT PLUMMER ASHINGTON Jan 2 UP Women secre taries to high of ficials in Wash ington will be able to add a new one to their ranks with Joe Byrns of Ten nessee speaker of the new con gress Mrs Mar garet Robertson secretary to the lanky genial Tennesseean for 13 years will carry on the longs landing tradition on capitol hill that Two KillefLand 100 Injured m mm fl the speakers si woman secretary be fe From the time that Nick Long le worth brought with him to tie handsomely appointed suite of of fices on the second floor of the ot capitol provided for the speaker ds a woman secretary one of that sex I has held the job Longworths secretary was Miss Mildred Reeves She remained with him from the time he became in 1925 until his fleath As Secretary When Jack Garner succeeded to the speakership he brought with him his wife as secretary Mrs Garner had served in this position during most of her husbands ca I reer in congress and followed him in a similar capacity when he J moved to the other side of the cap Si itol as vice president The late Speaker Rainey followed Garners example and brought along Jus wife as secretary when he was leeted presiding officer of the Mrs Gar uua Robertson a wife and mother and said to be an authority on politics and the Wa5L0f to carry on I With Mrs Robertson as the speak I ers secretary that makes it just about unanimous for the women in such positions during the coming congress The secretary to Snell of j New York republican leader of the v house is a E A Grid V ley wifeof a Washington newspa Mrs Garner Listed Mrs Garner still is listed as sec 1 retary to the vice president and Mc I republican leader ta woman as secre Secretaries to the titular leaders in congressespecially the one to ttte Snpn lrar ia lANDPITCHFORKS USED IN FIGHTS Nazis and Adversaries Clash Police Hold Back All News By MELVIN K WHITELEAIHER SAARBRTJECKEN Saar Basin Territory Jan 2 persons were killed and at least 100 injured m New Years day political strife in the Saar it was learned today Guns pitchforks hammers and iron rods were used in clashes throughout the territory oetween nazis and their adversaries Half a dozen of the injured received bul let wounds Women were brought into the vi olent part of the struggle prelimi nary to the Jan 13 plebiscite last night when nine shots were poured into the house of a leader of a nazi womens organization in Budweiler No one was injured Fierce Battles Fought Although officials of the interna tional police force announced everything is quiet it was learn ed that fierce battles had been fought in at least five places in Vne territory Reports indicated 50 per sons had been arrested but police would not confirm them Knox Saar commis sioner threatened to dismiss offi cials who let any of violence leak out Two dead were picked up on highways yesterday One had been stabbed near Saarlouis and the other shot near Puettlingen Two Nazis Shot Two nazis were shot in the legs early yesterday in a street clash at Jaergersfreaude Twentyfive com munists and nazis battled there Street fights occurred at Saar bruecken Saarlouis Sinnerthal rf in i f L i BYRNSNAMEDBY HOUSE DEMOS AS SPEAKER CHOICE Robinson Again Senat Leader F R Calls Meeting Friday By CLARENCE M WRIGHT WASHINGTON Jan 2 vation of Representative Joseph W Byrns of Tennessee to the speak ship was assured today when house democrats nominated him for the Eberhahn Puettliugen and Ensdorf The last named had 23 casualties the largest number reported from any place Nazis opened their final cam paign preliminary to the actual balloting Jan 13 with four mass meetings today two in Saarbrueck and the others in Burbach and A LU just Malstatt the same as before Thats where the secretary comes r teclare Amnesty in secretary comes Earlier Knox had decided to de clare a political amnesty as plebiscite campaign moved to ward a climax attended by vio lence The speaker still is a repreaenta I Ffgress and the needs of his district must be attended to just Legislative Momentum Gathers Speed in Iowa Administration SEEK IDENTITY OF MING JAPANESE Arrested Taking Pictures of Harbor and Warship at St Petersburg His unanimous nomination to succeed the late Henry T Rainey llmois came as members of the sen ate and house met in caucus to se ect party leaders for the session tartmg tomorrow Legislative is ues were subordinated in the mean ime Bankhead Is Favored There was a strong trend toward Wilham B Bankhead of Alabama or democratic house leader Senate democrats reelected Jos ph T Robinson of Arkansas Meanwhile the senate campaign funds committee decided to make no further investigation of expendi tures in New Mexico or any other state and to wind up its work with a report to the senate immediately called lead f Weather and Celebrations Claim Lives More Than 100 Deaths Result of Mishaps Fire Violence By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ern half the e naon from the Rockies to New England Hmbile acddents alone ac counted for more than 60 of the th ea was three months old daughter of a f HfWis wto WM uffocated the coroner said when COMPLETE PANEL BY END OF FIRST DAY SEEN LIKELY Lindbergh Sits at Prosecution Table Near Defendant Mother of Murdered Baby Stays Away From Trial Held As Accomplice n a parked car durine a ew Years celebration g 11 Die in Fires At least 11 Of the deaths were ere fiv the victims ere five men burned to death in a laze that destroyed the main quar Faces Trouble By HAKTZELL SPENCE IJPeggy Shamelessly Her New Year With Night in Jail A proclamation probably will be issued Jan 7 freeing several lead ing nazis awaiting trial on charges on carges of slandering the government and a local pegan the i first night in DBS MOINES Jan 2 Legislative momentum ga ownd With storm clouds owing the halls where in ss than two weeks the fortysixth I0iva eneral assembly will convene in ay be 10 day session inal balloons already sent aloft have struck violent crosswiuds and the administration in spite of a clearcut majority in both senate and house is encountering substan tial opposition to some major pro jects The legislature convenes Jan matter of organiza of the legislature does concen sus of opinion agree Harold L Ir wm 36 year old DeWitt lawyer ap pears slated for reelection as pres ident pro tempore of the senatef ard tails of the legislative program I Old Officers KeElected The senate democrats reelected J Hamilton Lewis of Illinois whip and Hugo LBlack of Alabama was renamed secretary of the demo cratic conference Senator Key Pittman of Nevada was renominated as president pro tempore of the senate There was no opposition to any of the nominees No legislation was discussed at the conference attended by 47 of the 69 democrats All but two of the 13 new democratic senators were were present The two absent were Donahey of Ohio and Moore of New Jersey Message to Be Friday Four others perished in El Paso ex when smoke from an elevator into the room uffalo N Y hotel Robert Pat went to the ledge outside a mdow and toppled lix floors to mnttrt Hf had apparently at mpted to leap to an adjoining Temperatures Moderate Meanwhile Mother Nature was ST PETERSBURG Fla Jan 2 i his Plans rC word 77nJnl8Jtion endeavabout details of his recommenda red today to clear up the identity T0113 Jor Public works social and entry into this country of a security the budget or any of the young Japanese arrested after he er maJor with which the as found taking photographs of will wrestle the bonus and the world it right at the ea Predominant issues center about When thelatter was charged anl held for in hfmf him to his cell Frozen Found Interim commit east nf x mjles uwin east or here by two hunters An in quest was to be held today TheWeather FORECAST Generally fair varm portion Wednesday I REPORT KING ZOG INJURED BY BOMB Revolution in Progre Some Days in Albania News Unconfirmed WUOGl VCiS tlU i vIT a aoout uiaicoais nree bitterly controversial subjects hat the Japanese officer would HU0r d hale would not have asserted was Yoshio atsuda a Japanese naval reserve tiicer financed in the I tales by his countrys naval de hi today there was artment but in Tokio a snokes eSlslator who professed to con man for the navy declared himself of the presidents puzzled over the matter The man plansAwaiting his could produce no passports The naval spokesman said there was a Lieut Commander Yoshio Matsuda in this country on a mis smt0 purchase naval materials his opening mes Temperatures were moder ating m the central west while the cold snan hung on in northern states along the Atlantic seaboard with the weatherman predicting temperatures would sag still lower in parts of the east Maine Vermont and New Hamp shire were blanketed by snow Penn sylvama counted eight dead in traf fic accidents during the heaviest snowfall of the season and the na tional capital donned a mantle of for the first time this winter lUBfifiWEW TAXES IS MADE Administration Makes Iti Answer to Cash Bonus Proponents WASHINGTON Jan A By WILLIAM A KINNEy CopyrDthl 1935 by The FLEMINGTON N J Jan 2 X of a complete panel be fore the end of the day to try Bruno Richard Haupt mann for the kid naping and mur der of Baby Lind bergh appeared within about an hour after the opening of the first afternoon session of the trial Nine jurors had been sworn Four jurymen two women and two men were selected during the opening ses sion in the morn ing Five more four men and a woman were found acceptable to both the state defense t nour of the proceedings The veniremen e quesoned were questioned punishment was the a threat of new taxes was the admin istrations answer today to propon ents of immediate payment of the soldiers bonus Acknowledging that a cash bonus bill would pass the house because there is no opposition to it Repre Arthur Pratt 30 of Helena Mont was arrested in San Francisco by department of justice agents and was held for possible grand jury action on charges of aiding the escape of John Paul Chase later cap tured and indicted in Chicago for the slaying of two federal agents in the gun battle in which George Baby Face Nelson also lost his life As sociated Press Consent to Dismissal T questioned was Miss Frances Opdyke a Flem whose making her rest dence Both sides consented to her ter sh w hquor emu uuusuiiaaaon There are half a dozen other prob lems only slightly less important Indications are the administration will fmd the new assembly a hit un ruly on many measures the state a state relief and welfare organization and a depart I ment of public safety Observers ad fcw HJJU WULUU HOC Ha been involved ic photographing Shown a dispatch from New Xorlc saying a woman knew him there as a Japanese lieutenantcom mander the man declined to affirm or deny that he held such rank in Japan He said he would do all his talking when he reached New York Immigration agents would not discuss the results of their question ing but Chief of Detectives E E Lipphard who said he satin on much of it declared the man said he held the rank of a student com mander and hadtaken pictures in several American cities since com ing to this country about a year ago message on Monday each pary called organization meetings for to a UIC3 LU IL nenre set for Friday and the budget sentative Byrns Dem Term message on MnnHoT L speakertobe declared that if it was finally passed he would insis in some additional taxation tomee the estimated two billion dollar ex penditure At the same time a leading dem ocratic senator who declined to per rnit use of his name predicted als that such a measure expected to b introduced and acted upon early in the congressional session to morrow would receive senate ap proval Both were in doubt however as to whether the proposal would pass congress finally over a presidential veto which now is considered cer niSht and Thursday probably snow in north much IN MASON CITY 7 w CQUni health units The old age pension law will be strongly attacked pos ssipjeanesaay morning Runaway Horse Can If T ff r i 15UDSTtItute will be proposed ivnow 1 rarhc oienals th riquor A maftysided on the liquor commission is assured bv TTA T3TJT 1 GVentS Of thp nnaf if IE iw yearas the tciKc it vuiumission is assured by PHILADELPHIA Jan 2 tte Past few weeks One horse can know his ffemblyman already has suggested signals Anthony Del Conts investigation Local option pro fipri n ji I DOnpnts runa fie signals Anthony Del l steed tore away with his bread arf active behind him scamL Schools BeattyBennett through green lights but expired yesterday jr oLjuuimen Brings were thereby closed didnt like it Their leader Turn c 3 Colnmn Cedar Rapids Schools Closed Until Monday Because of Sickness CEDAR RAPIDS Jan 2 GP Cedar Rapids public schools sched uled to reopen today after the Christmas recess will not resume work until next Monday due to threat of iafluenzal pneumonia Decision to delay the reopening was reached in a conference of Dr v H Hasek board of health phy sician and Arthur Deamer super ntendent of schools Dr Hasek said there is no alarm ng epidemic but that he wanted me to check up on the situation John Pickford 14 died yesterday an his brother Ros at day Choose Their Leader After house democrats chose their leader another contested issue was m store Democratic leaders seek ing to protect the administration program from any revolt put in a broad campaign for a change in rules so that 218 members instead of 145 would have to sign a petition to force a vote on a bill which lacked administration approval There was opposition especially among some middle and farwest erners who in the past have hit what they termed attempts at gag rule Supporters of Rule Supporters of the 218 rule who said it would pass declared it was not directed at the bonus Repre sentative Byrns and other chiefs conceding that the bonus will Dass the house the first time intend to bring it up as promptly as possible so that no charge of delay can be made The 218 rule it was indicated was aimed primarily at inflationary moves lacking administration ap proval Democratic leaders hoped tain Throwing down the gauntlet to presidential opposition to such a measure Frank L Belgrano Jr na tional commander of the American Legion said yesterday that Presi dent Roosevelts recent expression on the subject actually contained strong argument for immediate payment op the caucus would approve the chan so it could be put through the house tomorrow or Friday They also intended to reduce republican membership on certain important committees Under this plan the democraticrepublican ratio would ne changed in some cases from 32 to 31 Held for Bad Check DAYENPORT Jan 2 VAllen Abbey 34 garage employe was arrested here this morning and held nr riMnvwt 10 Persons Injured 4 Seriously as Gas Blast Wrecks Block MEDICINE HAT Alta Jan 2 LTVTen persons were in a hospita today four in serious condition following1 gas explosions which de stroyed a two story brick apartment block The walls of the building caved in as a result of the blast and the structure was soon in flames Fire spread quickly fed by gas leaking trom broken mains running below the building The explosions were believed to have been caused by accumulation from a hish PRESIDENTS SON HAS AUTO CRASH Franklin D Jr Escapes Injury in Collision of Two Cars PHILADELPHIA Jan 2 Franklin Delano Roosevelt Jr son of the president was in an auto mobile crash New Years morning at nearby Wayne but escaped in jury it was learned today The driver of the other car Edward Newman 24 of Radnor was cut and bruised in the crash Thats OVer Miss Opdvke aloud as she left the stand Hauptmann sat within a few feet of Colonel Lindbergh thST toe W6nt onHis wife was m the court railing but had WN I PUShed a sjde wall to make herself obscure Mrs Lmdbergh was not present A Charles Walton nrst juror chosen will be the fore Widow on Jury Mrs 58 a widow of w v sons o 3 Mrs Verna Snyder housp of Centerville mother of one son o Arraigned last night before Jus tice of the Peace Howard C Harbi son at Wayne the presidents son was released on his own recogni zance for further hearing there on H ID He explained at the hearing that he had been blinded by the snow and ned to stop when he saw New nans car parked near a railroad tation He said his own car skidded when he tried to stop The accident occurred about 1 a yesterday Young Roosevelt who is a sophomore at Harvard has hMJtownship father of children 8 and 16 No s Mrs Ethel Stockton housewife of Union No 6 Elmer Smith insurance agent of Lambertville Hurane No 7 Robert Cravatt C C C Turn o Pace 2 Column 4 CLOTHING COLORS This is not a fashion guide nor does it tell the correct coltume for B ut an tell you the colors at xiti vara nas been the holiday guest of J Drexel Faul in suburban Radnor and was hv Wua to a dance ta a delphia hotel he said It was not made known whether was in the car with him at Roosevelt was charged with as sault and battery by automrtllc Clinton Woman Has Her 102nd Birthday ou e colors and the kinds of clothes you should wear if you are blond or brunet tall or short stout or thin or what ever your particular problem may be m selecting fabrics and modes uiat are most suitable and most e ana age It is an exceedingly practical discussion of exceedingly practical questions that interest men as well as women Inclose 6 cents to cover cost and handling main Medicine Hat is famous i m for is resources which lie just un n i dcr the surface of the ground CLINTON Jan 2 Schneider Tuesday observed The Mason City GIobeGazettfl Information Bureau Frederic 1 Director Washington C I inclose 6 cents in coin care wrapped for the booklet vvhat to Wear Name Street City State Mail to Washington D C   

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