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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette March 7, 1935

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 7, 1935, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THt NfWSPAPtR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI FIVE CENTS A COW ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MARCH 71935 THIS PAPER CONSISTS or TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 125 Senate Not So Sensitive Members No Longer Rage When Body Is Attacked By HERBERT FLUMMER ASHINGTON March 7 CSV During the las session of con gress administra tion leaders in the senate were extremely sensi live when sub jected to crit icism either by the press or in dividuals on the way that body did business The familiar charge that con gress merely had become a rub ber stamp for t h e president brought immediate and deep re sentment Time and again individual senators arose to denounce such In sinuations For some reason these senators have not displayed such leap ing to the defense of that name thus far in the present con gress Following defeat of the world court protocols and more recently the smashing blow delivered the ad ministrations work relief proposal bitter words of denunciation as well as praise rained onsenators heads The Wild House Probably the silence and reluc tance of these past defenders of the senate to spring into action now and some will admit it privately lies in the fact the senate is coming to be recognized as the chief trouble maker in Washington After the elections of last Novem ber the cry immediately went up that the wild house of representa tives would be the body to cause sleepless nights for the administra tion in the seventyfourth congress Senators it was pointed out elected for six years could be counted on o stop the house bandwagon and the day for the president What liis happened Its been the senatesvHerethisradical movements Its the senate where small groups have set up circles of con trol Possible Keasons Some lay the blame on the fact that senators now are elected di rectly by the people and not by state legislatures as originally provided by the constitution Others attribute the rise of the bloc system such as the progres sives bdth of the republican and democratic variety as the reason Another explanation is that the growth of sectional and regional in terests aided and abetted by power ful lobbies have broken down the method of general policies by which party lines were kept intact It is argued this situation has brought about scenes of individual and group skirmishes in the senate on impor tant issues displacing the onetime grand battle between the rallied forces of the two major parties Perhaps none of these is the real explanation but whatever the cause the existing situation is anything but a comfort to the administration Clinton Man Falls From Boat Never Comes to Surface CLINTON March 7 Mayall 45 plunged to his death in the waters of Beaver slough an arm of the Mississippi river when he fell out of a boat last nightl He and his companion James Crowley were crossing from the mainland to Beaver island where they lived in a shack Crowley told police Mayall did not rise to the surface after falling from the boat The body has not been recovered and probably has been swept down stream by the swift current HOUSE PASSES SALARY GUT ACT Proclaimed King Was Kept Busy Gives NRA Plans Rebel Admiral Threatens to Bombard Harbor GRECIAN ARMIES FIGHT CLOSE TO BULGARIA FRONT League Gets Protest of Turkish Mobilization Along Border Copyright 11135 by The AHftoclated PWIIO GHEVGHELLI Greek Yugoslavia Frontier March Reports reach ing this frontier town today said Admiral Demestichos commanding the rebel fleet had wirelessed the reek cabinet that he would bom bard Piraeus the port of Athens unless the government capitulated immediately The British battleship Royal Sovereign and the French destroyer Verdun are in the harbor threatened by Meantime the rebels showed no signs of surrender To add to the governments wor ries it was reported today that un employed in the great tobacco grow mg districts of Kavala had issued a proclamation against the govern ment Many American tobacco com panies have offices works and ware icuses in Kavalla If Admiral Demestichos carris out his threat of bombbing Piraeus he Parthenon and other archaeol ogical treasures would be in danger The government declared itself confident of its ability to repel such n attack but advices indicated that the populations in Piraeus and Athens were highly alarmed SOFIA Bulgaria March 7 sighting rebel and government roops today approached so close to the Bulgarian frontier that their movements could be observed from he village of Delastica in the Bul garian mountains Bulgarian authorities ordered heir frontier guards to establish a lose watch expecting deserters rom both rebel and government roops to attempt to cross into Julgaria The army of General Kammenas ebel leader and the division under General Kondylis the minister of var were observed maneuvering Government officials denied ru mon that Greek military units had rossed into Bulgaria as late as 3 m today Protest to League GENEVA March 7 garia protested to the league of ations today against concentra ion of Turkish troops along the ations frontier and the Turkish elegate responded that his nation ould not remain indifferent to mil Tnrn to Paise e Column PRINCE ANANDA 11 Year Old Proclaimed Arbiter of Ebb and Flow of Tides BANGKOK Siam March 7 Prince Ananda 11 years old today was officially proclaimed king of Siam and arbiter of the ebb and flow of the tides as the national assembly voted approval of his ac cession to the throne abdicated last week by the princes uncle Prajad hipok The lad who now is in Lausanne with his mother Princess Mahidol sisterinlaw of Prajadhipok will govern his people under a regency This will consist of three men two of whom are princes of royal biood The president of the reg tncy will be Prince Abitaya a nephew of Prajadhipok Prince Anuwabana a cousin of Prajad1 hipok and Chao Tsyn Yomaraj HOUSEMAYVOTE UPON EITHER OF 2 BONUS BILLS Committee Decides 23 to Submit Vinson Legion Act BULLETIN WASHINGTON March 7 tlPl The senate today approv ed an increase of 26250 in the enlisted strength of the army raising the total from 118750 to 165000 men WASHINGTON March 7 The ways and means committee voted 23 to 1 today to submit the Vinson bonus payment bill to the house but agreed to procedure un der which the Patman currency ex pansion method of payment may be offered as a substitute on the floor Chairman Doughton DNC said however that the formal re port on the bonus would not be submitted to the house until next Monday Therefore it would be Tuesday or Wednesday before the ouestion could be brought to a vote The committee today by a vote ct 14 to 10 instructed Doughton to ask the rules committee to let the house have a direct vote on whether it preferred the Patman or the Vinson methods of payment Would Issue Currency The Vinson bill which has the support of the American Legion The Weather FORECAST IOWA Fair colder in ex treme east not so cold in west portion Thursday night Friday cloudy and warmer probably snow or rain in extreme west portion MINNESOTA Partly cloudy colder in extreme east portion Thursday night Friday gener ally fair not so cold in west and south portions IN MASON CITY Weathersfigures for 24 hour per lod ending at S oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 27 in Night 9 At 8 A M Thursday II Snowfall S5 inches Precinitation 25 of an inch SNOW FOLLOWED BY CLEAR SKIES Flood Danger Lessened by Colder Weather Rise in Mercury Forecast Sunshine and clear skies greeted North Iowa Thursday and the fore cast for Friday was warmer after a general snow had blanketed the state Wednesday night Prospects for Friday with a return of cloud iness were for more snow or rain Mason City has three and a half inches of snow in winters latest assault and the temperature drop Spring Opening OTTUMWA March 7 Ottumwa merchants and auto dealers are out gunning for Mr Groundhog They spent days preparing for their annual spring fashion open ing and automobile show The four day event started today tast night after considerable sleet and rain the city was visit ed by 28 inches of snow and tem perature that tumbled the mer cury to 14 degrees Today predominating style notes were overshoes for men and women and chains for autos ped to a low of 9 degrees during the night following a maximum reading of 27 Wednesday The mer cury registered 11 above at 8 a m Turn to Puje 6 Column 1 Believe Recovery of Business to Result in AlienSmuggling WASHINGTON March 7 belief that business recovery will re sult in a broad surge of aliensmug gling has impelled the labor depart ment to strengthen its bulwarks against illegal entries into this country We estimate that between 200 000 and 350000 Mexicans repatria ted after being domiciled here are ready to return to this country il legally Wiilard F Kelly supervisor of the border patrol said today A training school has been set up in El Paso Texas and another probably will be established at De troit to educate border patrolmen in the ways of smugglers Gypsy Spirit Laughter and love anger and hate passion and cruelty The gypsy spirit Confidence that bet ter pasture lies just over the hill for tomorrow You will admire the un spoken philosophy of these colorful bands that still roam the countryside of North America Come into intimate con tact with these strange people in GYPSY GIRL By MCDONALD FEADEB Beginning Friday March 8 in the GlobeGazette general Tunas whereas tee Patman bill would di rect the issuance of sufficient new currency to buy up adjusted com pensation certificates Withthe army appropriations bill its first business the exact time for senate debate to begin on the workrelief program was uncertain Once again the administration faced a test on the prevailing wage issue this time more confident of defeating it The house was engaged for the day in debating legislation to ex pand lending powers of the Home Owners Loan corporation Other developments Exempt Small Ships Exemption of small vessels ply ing inland rivers from proposed legislation for investigating ship ping casualties was asked of the house merchant marine committee by S Slack Barrett vice president of the Mississippi river carriers Both American exports and im ports were shown by commerce de parture figures to have increased in January over December The labor relations board found that the Procter and Gamble com pany had violated section 7A of the recovery act by sponsoring a company union at its Long Beach Cal plant Urges AAA Changes Secretary Wallace urged before the senate agriculture committee passage of the proposed amend ments to the agricultural adjust ment act on the grounds that farmers must continue to control production and that the act must be perfected to facilitate control President Roosevelt has signed an executive order authorizing the relief administration to condemn WILLIAM p MacCRACKEN Completes 10 Day Jail Sentence for Senate Contempt MacCracken Says I Tendec to My Knitting When Questioned sistant secretary of commerce was released from the District of Col umbia jail today after serving a 10 day sentence for contempt of the United States senate MaeCracken wearing a brown business suit hurried out a rear entrance and into a waiting auto mobile Asked how he spent his time he replied They kept me busy To another query concerning reading he might have done he said tended to my knitting A small sedan was driven up to the front door of the jail an hour earlier and received MacCrackens packed bags The same machine met him at the rear door MacCracken was sentenced to jail after papers wanted by a sen ate committee investigating airmail contracts had disappeared from his possession He began serving the jail term only after taking his fight o escape the sentence through the supreme court unproductive land from cultivation for retirement BATTLE SCOURGE OF BLACK FEVER U S Medical Missionaries in China Fight Against Oriental Plague HAICHOW Kiangsu Province China March 7 medical missionaries both men and women plunged today into a silent fight against a mysterious scourge of oriental black fever which is causing thousands of deaths The medical personnel of the American Southern Presbyterian mission with headquarters at Nashville Tenn comprise the group that is trying to save the hordes of poverty stricken fever victims An area of 25000 square miles containing a population of 5000 onn ChinEso is affected taly Starts Second Wave of Troops Over to East Africa Front ROME March 7 today started a second wave of troops to join the 20000 already assigned to East Africa and King Victor Em manuel named Rodolfo Gra ziani the governor of Somaliland and the commander of the troops An official communique stated that General Graziani who was nominated for his n ew titles by Premier Mussolini and the first contingent of the Peloritani division already had embarked at Mogadishu from the S S Vulvania and the S S Contebiancamano Flyers Reach Town After Week Lost in Wilds of Rhodesia BULAWAYO Southern Rhodesia March 7 Young wife of the governor of Northern Rhodesia and Dr J Kerby arrived in Bokwe today after a week lost in the wilds of southern Rhodesia They were escorted into civilization by G W Cameron a white trader who had been their host in a native village following the forced landing of their airplane Hoyt CurtissWright Board Chairman Dies NEW YORK March 7 ard F Hoyt chairman of the board of the CurtissWright corporation arid a leading financier in the avia Jon industry died early today at the Doctors hospital He Was 46 years old OCONNORHOLDS WARRANTS SALE MADE LEGALLY Says Law Does Not Give Right to Advertise for Bids DES MOINES March 7 The legislative committee investi gating state warrants was told by Attorney General Edward L OConnor that it was not legally necessary for the state executive council to advertise for bids when it sold the anticipatory warrant issue to the Carleton D Beh company of Des Moines OConnors interpretation was on the BrookhartLovrein law govern ing the state sinking fund against which the anticipatory warrants were issued and other sections of the Iowa code relating to warrants sales In Concluding Phase The attorney general and State Treasurer Leo J Wegmau were called before the committee today as the investigating body in con cluding this phase of its inquiry sought interpretations of the vari ous sections of the code regarding issuance of state warrants OConnor said further that the state sinking fund law gave the state executive council no specific authority to advertise for bids when Belling linking fund warrants council would hWe violated any law had it actually advertised the warrants for sale by public bid ding he termed a moot one on which he would later furnish the committee with a legal opinion Inviting Controversy At another point thel attorney general told the committee that had the council advertised for bids it would have been inviting a legal controversy particularly if the ad vertisements had created an expense not specifically authorized State Treasurer Wegman said he did not believe the law authorized payment of advertising costs in such ases He said Assistant Attorney General LeRoy Rader told him that when one application had been re ceived from the Beh company the law was being observed Following the appearance of the two state officials the committee was called into executive session by Chairman Harold L Irwin D of De Witt to discuss further proce dure in the phase of its inquiry deal ing with the warrant transaction Summarizes Testimony The committee then decided to lake a recess to allow its counsel T E Diamond of Sheldon time to make a summary report on the tes timony so far During the interim Attorney General OConnor also will prepare an opinion on the question of wheth er the executive would have violat ed the law had it advertised for bids jefore completing the transaction with Beh Todays session virtually complet ed the investigation of the 000 warrant sale and committee members planned to decide in the nterval how they will conduct the nvestigation of previous warrant sales and of the issuance of gasoline ax refunds The resolution appoint ng the committee authorized it to nquire into both matters back to 1925 DONALD R RICHBERG WANT ONLY FEW CHANGES IN LAW Administration Would Limit Codes to Industries in Interstate Trade WASHINGTON March 7 Donald Richberg outlining the ad ministrations views asked the sen ate finance committee today to ex tend NRA substantially in its present form for two years but with codes limited ta those tradeb andindustries actually engaged in of council was the first witness in the committees investigation of the re covery machine and its vast code structure Richberg served under Hugh S Johnsci as genera coun sel of NRA during the early months of the blue ogles spectacular flight AH Members Present Virtually the full membership of the finance committee was present to hear details of President Roose velts program for extending the recovery administration Richberg began with a prepared statement listing 17specific sug gestions for legislation They in luded a recommendation to em power the chief executive to im pose limited codes containing re quirements for minimum wages maximum hours prohibition of notoriously unfair business prac tices and provisions to protect nat ural resources Should Set Wages Congress itself Richberg said should set the standards of min mum wages and maximum hours or administrative application in imited codes with some flexibility provided He recommended also that the jresent exemption from antitrust aws should be restricted to apply only when the codes themselves have been written in compliance with the antimonopoly require ments of the act and urged the committee to retain section 7A abors guarantee of collective bar gaining rights Jury Rules Death of Millionairess Caused by Carbon Monoxide PtNEHURST N Car March 7 coroners jury today ruled he death of Mrs H Bradley Dav dson Jr 22 year old millionairess ride of two months was due to carbon monoxide poisoning under ircurnstances not known to the ury Poetry He Loved Will Be Read at Holmes Funeral WASHINGTON March 7 The nation tomorrow will honor Oliver Wendell Holmes with a sim ile funeral ceremony at which loetry he loved will be read Then will be given a heros burial in Arlington cemetery His flagdraped casket will be arried at noon into All Souls Un tarian church where last rites for another famous jurist William Howard Taft were held five years go this month An organist will play two largos and one from Dvor ks new world symphony The Ulvsses G Pierce will preach a brief sermon and recite Mys terious Midnight by Blanco White and other poems With the justices of the supreme court as honorary pallbearers the casket will be taken to Arlingtons gates and placed on an artillery caisson A military band will play the Battle Hymn of the Republic as the cortege proceeds to the grave with President Roosevelt heading the mourners Soldiers wili fire a final salute and a bugler will blow taps as the body is placed in its resting place beside that of Mrs Holmes who died six years airo SENDS BILL TO SENATEWITH 74 TO 33 APPROVAL Afternoon Session Sees Vote After Debate Is Extended DES MOINES March 7 Iowa house passed the salary re duction bill 74 to 33 this afternoon It will now go to the senate for ac tion The measure affects statutory salaries of various state county and municipal officials and em ployes specifying reductions for some and cutting others under a graduated scale estimated by spon sors to mean a saving over a four year period Shaping of the bill engaged the house in debate more than a week and more than a score of amend ments were offered and some in cluded before the final form was obtained Twentythree house members were given six minutes each to speak on the bill before it was called to a vote shortly aft er 3 p m Debate Is Extended During the morning session the house had marched up to a final vote and then recessed as debate on final passage was extended In its consideration of final imendments the lower branch re jected two and adopted one substitu tion in the previous bill An amendment sponsored by Rep resentative Arch McFarlane R of Black Hawk which would have in creased the compensation of treas urers auditors recorders and clerks of district court m counties of 65000 inpre was defeated 17 Reduce Minimum Pay VV The house approved 70 to 27 an amendment by Representative Charles Putnam D of Pottawatta mie reducing the minimum pay for county superintendents of schools from to Representative Robert Blue R of Wright sought to amend the orig nal proposal to make the salary re ductions of only temporary duration until Jan 1 1937 but the house de clined to accept the suggestion on a vote of 45 to 58 Acting under the call of the house he bill was presented for final pas iage on motion of Representative Ove T Roe D of Allamakee with he members allowed a maximum of 10 minutes of debate before the pro losal is called up for a final roll call 3ut of 23 requests to speak six had leen exercised prior to the house ad ournment over the noon hour with he chamber called back into session at 2 p m Previous Motion Defeated A previous motion to adjourn un il tomorrow morning wag defeated 47 to 53 Representatives J P Gallagher D of Iowa L D Teter R of Marion John R Irwin R of Lee Herman M Knudson Rj of Cerro Turn lo tt Column 4 A Rare Collection Every kind of song from hymns and spirituals to sea songs and songs Christ mas carols cowboy songs Stephen Foster songs school and college ongs folk songs and stunt songs Vhat a rare collection Every bodys Song Book should be in every home and in every school It is not a mere pamphlet that will speedily get dog eared and orn It is printed on excellent laper and has a heavy Bristol cov r durable and attractive 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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: March 7, 1935

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