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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 30, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                tJ I H right Q cr da NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOt THE HOME LON R i I 8 MEM A Attf iEPT OF MO I fj I THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION A Q your A there makii Q husbE A Q A Q ed C been A A ct over Ml her the Sh Fc ed whoi VOL XLI ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED W1KE SEKViCJt MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 301935 PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS 6ECTIOM ONE NO 94 Veteran Has Had Lesson Committee on Rules Must Select Bill Thats Wanted By HERBERT PLUMMER WASHINGTON Jan 30 Time was when a chairman of th rules committee of the house wa numbered atnon the three poten tales of tha othe two being th speaker and th majority floo leader His claim t the triumvirat lay in the fac that his commit tee controls th destiny of mor proposed legisla tion than an other in th house The rule mojss committee can report a rule fo i consideration of a bill any day I bring in a rule for considera of any bill that has been re 1 ported out of committee at an time Brun But it must be careful to selec ie bill the majority of the house roveiseeras want most as the rule i TK brings in must be adoped by thi handhouse the Tne chairman of the rules com seepimittee in the present QJJohn J OConnor of New York a pi veteran of 16 years service Ajhas learned this to his discomfiture QJ Chosen Floor Leader thati OConnor who succeeded to the AJchairmanship of the rules commit Qjtee after Bankhead of Alabama was Achosen floor leader for the demo crats attempted to persuade his pommittee to report out a rule de wicribed by republicans and some relief Democrats as a gag to president Roosevelts work rogram through api The rule permi the house Q A permitted the tying of o strings to the 54800000000 fund he strategy was to make this an under no ances would the house tolerate Insiders say OConnor and his ad acted too hastily The prepon democratic majority in the f0rceij a reorganization of was ammittees and rules got its tne are of newcomers It was the dem to Q3ratic newcomers plus the republi committee who top ffummed up the show A Their protests forced Chairman Connor and the leadership of the Qmse to delay their program It onjy a momentary delay but cient not only to upset care the lly laid plans of strategy but also A cause everyone to see the hand shelttting on the wall Q See Trouble Ahead wen Many profess to see in this inci wasnt the beginning of what may Aean serious trouble for the admin Qtration later The house since the hoiilvent of the new deal has been closnenable to the wishes of the white Ause There have been complaints Cjaong the democrats freely voiced shelat during the first Roosevelt Angress they were prevented from jjercising more than a voting on Now they are demanding a change cidftd think they can get it j saicWhat counterstrategy if any ill be employed by the white Ouse only that end of Pennsylvania didlenue knows There have been jwever suggestions that if the sit Uattion shows signs of getting out of the president may personally TWO SUPPORT HAUPTMANN ALIBI Assembly Speeds Mortgage Moratorium Laws tioisignate some wheelhorse 4 restore harmony nil j you to try AGENCY TO RULE LAND SEA AIR TRAVEL SOUGHT Program of CoiOrdinaor Eastman Is Presented to Congress WASHINGTON Jan 30 A vast plan to extend federal regu ation to all important forms of transportation on land sea and in the air was recommended to con ress today by Joseph B Eastman ederal coordinator of transporta tion A superagency in the form of a recreated interstate commerce com mission would rule the nations far lung networks of carriers Settinghis gcal as coordinated efficient and economical transporta ion Eastman urged that instead of he present ICC of 11 men the new agency have a membership of 16 divided into five units Plans Five Onits A finance division of three mem ers A railroad division of five A water carrier and pipe line di ision of three A motor carrier and air carrier ivisiou of three A control board composed of the hairman of the commission and he heads of the four subsidiary ivisions under it The office of eoordinator of remspprtation would be continued indwbulc beTffllec anICC inem er designated by tie president His unction would be to plan improve ientsin the nationwide transporta ion system tinder a law proposed y Eastman the coordinator could ompel unification of facilities If rders for coordination of facilities rere disobeyed fines as high as 20000 a day cauld be imposed From NliA Control All transportation would be re noved from NR4 control Dismissal ages would be given men displaced y consolidations of services Eastman rejected the prince Ian of regional railroad consoli ation and his own favored plan for overnment ownership on the round of difficulty of accomplish ent and the large national debt e urged amendment of the bank uptcy act to facilitate railroad Organizations His plan met immediate opposi on Eight of the present members the ICC in a letter transmitting report to congress asserted re rganization of the commission is nneeded and undesirable Most Efficient Means The ultimate objective Eastman id is a system of transportation r the nation which will supply the ost efficient means of transport d furnish service as cheaply as is consistent with fair treatment of labor and with earnings which will support adequate credit and the ability to expand as need develops and to take advantage of all im Held in Kidnaping Perdue 21 year old farm hand was jailed in Evansville Ind as the result of an accusation that he ab ducted Mr and Mrs Morgan B Hammack Jr of Morgan field Ky at the point of a pistol and forced Hammack to drive him into Indiana Asso ciated Press fiorthand Under Par ylBut Steno Thinks Up Way to Even Things saiQALLAS Texas Jan 30 OOJe girls shorthand was a bit un par but she thought of a way edleven matters H classified ad in a Dallas newa said Inexperienced lady stenographer years of age desires position rnlh stuttering man who takes a fj time to tell it the the The Weather FORECAST Mostly cloudy and sprightly waniier Wednesday shorht Thursday fairly cloudy warmer MINNESOTA Partly cloudy Wednesday night and Thurs alty not much change in tem J IN MASON CITY nCiibcGazette weather figures fi hour period ending at S rik Wednesday morning Cvimum Tuesday 23 puttimum in Night 21 jS A M Wednesday 23 nic provements in the art This system of transportation must be in the hands of reliable and responsible operators whose charges for serv ice will be known dependable and reasonable and free from unjust dis crimination The question is Eastman con tinued what can the federal gov ernment do to accomplish this ob Tnrn fo page 2 column 3 Claims Herring About v Warrants Sale Wegman Declares Governo Was Party From Start in Beh Deal By GEORGE MILLS Iowa Daily Press Bureau DES MOINES Jan Clyde L Herring not only knew al the details leading to the sale of the Beh warrant was a party to the proceedings from the beginning Leo J Wegman state treasurer declared today Wegmans statement coming on the eve of a possible legislative in vestigation into the warrant deal threw a bombshell into state po HERRING DENIES IT Iowa Daily Press Bureau DES MOINES Jan ernor Herring today denied re ports that he knew the 000 sinking fund anticipation warrants were to be sold to Carleton D Beh company with out competitive bidding The governor said he did take part in discussions leading to the transaction but he was empha tic in his declaration that he did not know the securities were to be disposed of at private sale litical circles Governor Herring from the first had expressed his amazement that the anticipation issue against the state sinking fund should have been sold without competitive bidding The state treasurer in breaking his long silence on this particular Turn io pace Z column 4 RECEIVES FIRST MAJOR SETBACK Turns to Big Domestic Tasks After World Court Defeat By D HAROLD OLIVER WASHINGTON Jan 30 Administration leaders turned to rewelding their senate strength for big tasks to come today after the stunning upset which doomed world court adherence by a 7 vote mar gin President Roosevelts 000 work relief a trouble his social secur ity plans were uppermost in the minds of those charged with pilot ing the administration program Congress looked ahead toward cash bonus inflation and the Townsend a month old age pension moves Celebrates Birthday President Roosevelt as the na tion prepared to join in celebrating his fiftythird birthday wrote Sen ator Robinson the democratic lead a letter of appreciation for the fight made in behalf of adherence Then his desk stacked high with ongratulatory messages on the an niversary the chief executive turn ed to domestic problems Tomorrow Mr Roosevelt will send congress a report of his spe cial aviation commission recom mending a commission tcr supsr vise all civilian aviation including airmail contracts Climax to 12 Years The roll call which wrote a climax to 12 years of controversy showed 52 votes for joining the court and 36 noes With 88 vot ing this was seven votes short of the required twothirds Jubilantly the courts opponents declared that the issue was dead forever Weary after a long fight for the court the administration leader Senator Robinson said sadly This forecloses the ques tion of American entry into the court fof an indefinite period But prominent court advocates including Elihu Root and Newton D Baker said the fight must go on Must Continue Fight This means said Baker that we must continue the campaign of education until we have obtained seven more votes President Roosevelt who had urged adherence to the court was silent Both proponents and opponents agreed that an important factor in the result was the radio campaign conducted against the court by the Rev Charles E Coughlin Detroit priest Powerful Influence Senator Robinson who led the fight for adherence against the anticourt of California and Borah of Idaho agreed the telegrams received by senators during the last two or three days had a very powerful influ ence In Detroit Father Coughlin con gratulated the aroused people of he United Stages who by more than 200000 telegrams containing at Turn hi pdKc 2 rnllimn J Where Ransom Cash Was Hidden Arrow points to broom closet in the kitchen of Bruno Hauptmanns Bronx home where Hsiuptmann testifying in his own defense said he hid a box given him liy the late Isador Fisch Later Hauptmann de clared he discovered the box contained money which caused his arrest This is a copy of the picture introduced in the trial by the prosecution Associated Press CONTINUED FARM CONTROL URGED Davis Says Production Must Be Curbed to Maintain Improvement QUINCY 111 Jan 30 tinued control of farm production was urged today by Chester C Davis administrator of the agri cultural adjustment act to main tain the farmers present im proved condition He added to that in an address before the Illinois Agricultural as sociation two other suggestions Restoration of as much foreign ex perts as can be had on reasonable terms and increased indus trial production with lower prices on industrial goods Davis said that agriculture sailed blindly on during the de pression maintaining a five year production level at 87 per cent of ROCKFORDWINS SUIT TEMPERATURES TO KEEP RISING Iowa Given Welcome Respite From Subzero Cold of Last Week DES MOINES Jan 30 Warm breezes under cloudy skies proved a welcome respite from last weeks subzero temperatures for Iowa today Government weather forecasters predicted even higher temperatures for the state tonight and Thurs day Skies will continue cloudy A minimum cf 20 degrees above ero was reachrd at Charles City and Dubuque list night while the highest temperature in the state was 32 at Keokuk A trace of rain was recorded at Sioux City Omaha and Des Moines at 7 a m Shippers were warned to protect or temperatures ranging from 25 n northeast Iowa to 32 in south east Iowa tomorrow Germany Begins Its Third Year Under Hitlers Rule Power of Greater Than That of Kaiser By CHARLES H GUPTILL Associated Press Foreign Staff Germany entered the third year of its goose step march Wednesday behind a former Austrian corporal Adolph Hitler The last two years have seen a nation of 65000000 citizens changed from a republic to an au thoritarian state ruled by one man Hitlers control is greater than was that of Kaiser Wilhelm for Wil helm had a parliament and Ger many now has abolished even that form of representation Invited to Cabinet Twice before Jan 30 1933 Pres ident Paul von Hindenburg invited Hitler leader of the national social ists then a minor politic 1 party to nter the German cabinet Twice the nazi refused because he would accept nothing less than the chan cellorship with unlimited authority Once he became chancellor clothed with the powers he de manded he swiftly remolded German state after his own design New Elections Called Parliament was dissolved Feb 1 1933 and new elections called Less than one month later the provisions of the Weimar constitution which guaranteed republican German lib erty of person freedom of the press the 1929 level through 1934 al though in 1932 industrial produc tion fell to 41 per cent of the 1929 level Some progress was made last year he asserted when the total national cash farm income rose 20 per cent above 1933 but he said it was due to various factors and not by all means to the adjustment pro gram Iowa Public Service Firm Ordered to Remove AH Equipment ROCKFORD Jan M H Kepler Wednesday afternoon filed a decree in Floyd district court dissolving the temporary in junction of the Iowa Public service company against the City of Rock ford for the construction of a mu nicipal light plant The decree found for the city in every particu lar n the 10 page decree the rul also ordered the Iowa Public Sb e company to remove all of its juDment from Rockford Breese Comwel were attor neys for the City of Rockford Thft City of Rockford at a spe cial election two years ago voted to build a plant Another vote was held following a supreme court de cision in the Suniner case in which to the question was added that the plant be paid for out of the earnings of the plant This vote also carried A temporary injunc tion against the FairbanksMorse company erecting the plant was granted The present decree is a re sult of the hearing on this injunc tion OneApproved in Senate and One in House Delay Foreclosures Extend Period of Redemption DES MOINES Jan 30 to continue Iowas mortgage mora torium laws moved forward rapidly in the Iowa general assembly today as each received the approval of one house without opposing votes By a vote of 50 to 0 the senate placed its approval on the measure to postpone foreclosure of real es tate mortgages and deeds of trust for another two years to March 1 1937 The second of the moratorium bills extending the redemption period where deeds of conveyance have not been issued shortly be fore had received approval of the house by a 104 to 0 ballot Houses Trade Bills The senate approved mortgage foreclosure bill now goes to the house for further consideration while the second measure will be sent over to the senate side Both bills carry forward the provisions of the present moratorium laws which would expire in less than a month Before putting its bill on final passage the senate disposed of a number of amendments approving a variety of corrective and clari fying proposals Two important changes were withdrawn when they encountered opposition Postpones Foreclosures Senator AJ Shaw Poca hontas chairman of thejoint com mittee which had drafted the two bills after conferences explained that the bill merely continues for another two years the important provisions of the present law de laying foreclosure of real estate mortgages and deeds of trust to March 1 1937 In the house a sharp floor de bate was waged over advisability of reenacting as well as amending She existing statute providing ex tension of the redemption period Amendment Defeated Representative Phillip F Roan R of Lee offered an amendment to the bill calling for reenactment of all parts of the present law not n conflict with the new measure Roans nroposal was defeated by a vote of 30 to 72 In the senate a favorable com nittee report was returned on two lills by Senator D W Kimberly R of Davenport to change the irovisions On purchase of property at tax sale by special charter cities and to revise costs of notice of ale and publication DECLARE BRUNO WAS AT BAKERY Wife of Defendant and Carpenter on Stand for Defense By WILLIAM A KINNEY Copyright 1935 by Tho AHSOclaled InrsB FLEMINGTON N J Jan Two his day supported Bruno Richard Hauptmanns alibi for the night Baby Charles A Lindbergh Jr was kidnaped and slain Elbert Carlstrom a carpenter of Swedish extraction who said he re membered because it was his birth day testified he saw Hauptmann in the Bronx at p m on March 1 1932 Mrs Hauptmann testified her husband called for her at her place of employment that evening and went home with her around 10 p m Over 60 Miles Away The Lindbergh baby was stolen from his crib in Hopcwcll N J more than 60 miles away between 7 and 10 p m on March 1 1931 Mrs Hauptmann tremulously of fered an alibi to Hauptmanns jury for every important date connected with the crime The state taking her over for cross examination immediately at tacked her credibility on her asser tion she had never used a shelf in a broom closet and therefore had never seen the shoebox in which Hauptmann said the dead Isador Fisch gave him the 14600 Lind bergh ransom monesyiojind in i s JAPAN TO SPEND MORE ON ARMS Warlords Inform House of Rising Tide of Military Expenditures TOKIO Jan 30 rising tide of military expenditures may the Japanese people for many years to come the warlords told the and sanctity of private property were rescinded An incendiary fire in the assem bly hall of the reichstagon Feb 28 was laid at the door of the nazis most important opposition the communists providing the excuse for extermination of that party Thc same fate befell other poli tic opposition after nazi candi dates polled 44 per cent of the votes cast in the March 5 election Turn o page 3 column 3 house of representatives today Replying to a question of when the nation might expect a reduction in the burden of its military pre parations Mineo Osumi minister of navy and Gen Senyuro Hayashi minister of war indicated the 1935 36 army and navy budgets must be increased Hayashi citing the menace of soviet activities near Manchoukuos frontiers intimated that Japanese forces in Manchoukuo would be In creased Creeping Death by Alcohol Poison Takes Thirtythird Victim GLOVERSVILLE N T Jan 30 creeping death today claimed another poison alcohol vic tim the sixteenth here and the thirtythird in three central New York industrial cities John Poyfair was the latest He was discharged from the hospital yesterday but rushed back early today and died soon after Hoover Relative Out of His West Branch Job as Postmaster WASHINGTON Jan 30 relative of former President Herbert Hoover is out as postmaster at West Branch Iowa The term of Otho Voder the rel ative expired Monday and he was notified immediately by the post office department that his term was over j Representative Eicher DIowa Former Resident Dies i recommended the appointment of GLENVILLE Minn Ian Lewis R Kinscy as acting postmas Word wap received by relatives that I tor until the list of eligiblcs is corc Dnn Ackley S6 died at his home in pletcd An examination was held re Ohio He was a former resident of j cently by the civil service commis this place sion LINK GANG WITH PAYROLL HOLDUP BarkerKarpis Mob Blamed for Killing Policeman in St Paul Cupvrilrht 1935 by Thc Asodntd ITcBs ST PAUL Jan 30 officers today were working on evi dence purporting to link members of the BarkerKarpis mob several of whom now are held for the kid naping of Edward G Bremer with the cold blooded killing of one po liceman and wounding of another in the sensational payroll holdup in front of the South St Paul postoffice Aug 30 1933 A getaway chart found by fad era agents in Cleveland several months ago when three women members of the BarkerKarpis gang were arrested and a St Paul news paper Pioneer Press describing es cape of gangsters from a Vernon avenue house here were two major bits of evidence connecting the mob with the brutal slaying and holdup Traffic Resumed on Omaha Line After Clearing Wreckage HINTON Jan 30 mal traffic was resumed over the Chicago Minneapolis St Paul and Omaha railroad line through here today after the wreckage of 14 freight cars sent tumbling off a trestle one mile north of here after being derailed by a truck was Thc accident occurred when a track smashed into the train at a crossing possession site oTd use the shelf With Her in New York She said Hauptmann was with her in New York on the night of March 1 1932 when baby Lind bergh was stolen from his crib more than 60 miles away She testified he was at home with her and a friend on April 2 1932 when Dr John F Jafsie tondon said he paid Hauptmann the 50000 futile ransom in a Bronx graveyard She said Hauptmann spent the evening of Nov 26 1933 at home A theater cashier had testified he proffered a Lindbergh ransom note in payment for a ticket on that night The date was prior to the time Hauptmann said Fisch gave him the shoebox with the money Succeeds Her Husband Mrs Hauptmann succeeded her husband on the stand On her direct testimony she said she could not reach the top shelf of the broom closet and for that reason never used it Attorney General David T Wilentz made her admit she kept a tin box rath soap coupons on that shelf and that she often took the box down also that she kept rags and curtain rods on the shelf She insisted nevertheless that she never saw the shoebox Wilentz attacking the most im portant alibi she offered for her husband asked her Too Far Back And so when they the police 1 asked you about March 1 you said thats too far back I cant remem Tiirn o PHKR 2 oohmin 4 FAVORITE POEMS The chosen poems of the Amer ican reading public selected by a nationwide canvass through lead ing newspapers have been com niled into a handy 48 page booklet or popular distribution Copies of his booklet arc available only ihrough our Washington informa ion bureau This is the first collec ion of popular poems ever made by the judgment of the whole read ng public The poems are those actually closest to the hearts of the American people Inclose 10 cents to cover cost and handling Use coupon The Mason City GlobeGazette Information bureau Frederic J Raskin director Washington D C I inclose 10 cents in coin care fully wrapped for the booklet Americas Favorite Poems Name Street City State Mail to Washington D   

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