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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 12, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDJTED FOR THE HOME THI NIWSPAPW THAT MAKE ALL NORTH IOWANS NtlGHIOKS HOME EDITION VOL XLI WVK CENTS A COPV ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH 12 1935 The Yankee Philosopher Fire of Civil War Tempered Holmes as Youth TUIS JAPKR CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SKCT10N ONE NO 129 EDITORS NOTE This Is the second in a scries of six ar ticles on tlie life of the late Oliver Wendell Holmes MOVE STARTED TO OUST COOPER WASHINGTON March 12 Oliver Wendell Holmes was of th present and the future except in his deep and vivid memories of the Civil war In law and philosophy though bl own life spanned so much of tb nations history he marched with the times His mind was open to its great developments and changes But where he did hark back to the past was to recapture the clea call of the bugle the rattle of mus ketry and the pictures of waving battle flags When once the ghosts of deac fifers of 30 years since begin to play in my he said in 1895 the laws are Those memories of the clash of arms were profound and colored his speech and writings with military symbolism though he believed war to be the defense of an idea and not a thing to be glorified Lieutenant From Harvard He was only 20 tall black haired and keen eyed when he took up arms as a blue clad lieutenant so fresh from Harvards halls that he composed the class poem in mili tary camp baptism of fire was not slow in coming At Balls Bluff he was knocked flat by a spent ball When he recovered his breath be returned to the line to be pierced by a min nie ball which entered over the heart and came out on the right side Gallant that he was and even then as in later life doing and thinking things in the grand man ner he later told of his conversa tion with himself as he was ferried away through the night Again Wounded If I were Sir Philip Sidney I should say take my comrade first he is more sorely wounded than But I think I shall just let events take their than a year later then a cap tain he was the neck by a bullet the second days battle of Antietam Skipped by stretcher bearers he on the field until picked up by a farmer boy Years later when he had become Mr Justice Homes a man appeared Turn Iasc 3 Column 3 RICHBERG WOULD DROP 17 CODES Favors Eliminating Larger Number of Local Industries By NATHAN ROBERTSON WASHINGTON March 12 Donald R Richberg today listed 17 covering workers which in his opinion could be eli minated from the code tsructure of the new NRA In givingthe list to the senate finance committee the recovery co ordinator said dropping this er number of local industries was his personal recommendation and that other witnesses would urge the regulation of local businesses This entire list has given rise to the major Richberg said of the codes he named and are in a certain general classifica tion as to which wanted to pre sent the difficulties On the other side of the pictum we have approximately employes in this group who are op crating under low wage F R Calls for Holding Company Regulation PRESIDENT HITS Flees to Italian Territory AT PROPAGANDA OPPOSING PLANS Special Message Asserts Legitimate Business m No Danger WASHINGTON March 12 Roosevelt in a special message to congress called today for regulation of public utility companies and struck back at propaganda flooding Capitol Hill against the legislation Except where it is absolutely necessary to the continued func tioning of a geographically inte grated operating utility said the president the utility hold ing company with its present pow ers must go If we could relate our financial aistory in the light of experience certainly we vould have none of his holding company business Does Not Belong It is a device which does not jelong to our American traditions of law and Transmitting a report by the na ional power policy committee ne wrote Ive watched the use of inves ors money to make the investor jelieve that the efforts of govern ment to protect him are designed to defraud him I have seen much of the propa ganda prepared against such legis down to mimeograpb d sheets of instructions for propa ganda to exploit the most far etched and falacious fears Will Not Destroy I have seen enough to be as un mpressed by it as I was by the imilar efforts to stir up the coun ry against the securities exchange jill last Mr Roosevelt insisted the legis lation will not destroy legitimate business or wholesome and produc tive investment It will not destroy a penny of actual value of those operating companies which holding companies now control and which holding company securities represent inso far as they have any value 5 year The disappearance at the end of five years of those utility holding FORMER PREMIER ELEUTHKKIOS VENIZELOS Revolt Smashed Greece Seeks to Restore Order Flagship Taken by Loyal Members of Crew F R Plans Fishing Cruise This Month WASHINGTON March 12 President Roosevelt has virtually decided to make his annual fishing cruise off the Florida coast the lat ter part of this month companies which cannot justify themselves as necessary for the functioning of the operatingutility companies of the country is an ob jective which congressional leaders I have consulted deem essential to a realistic and far sighted treat ment of the evils of public utility holding companies It is time to make an effort to reverse that process of the con centration of power which has made most American citizens once Turn In Pagr 3 Column 4 TTzeWeather GANG LINKED TO 2 BIG ROBBERIES BarkerKarpis Mob Blamed for Machine Gun Deaths of Policemen Opyrlchl 193S hy The Associated Press SOUTH ST PAUL March 12 E Stassen Dakota county attorney today received tion from Washington that linked the BarkerKarpis gang with two I vestiges of rebel activity in that Copyright 1935 by Tin Associated Prws ATHENS March her rebellion smashed and the rebel leader flown to Italian territory Greece moved tonight to restart the machinery of business and every day life thrown out of gear by 12 days of The ministry of marine reported the receipt of a wireless message from the erstwhile rebel the cruiser Averoff saying former Premier Eleutherios Venizelos leader of the rebellion has beenpnt ashore on the island of Cassos an Italian possession in the Agean sea On Italian Soil Cassos is only 25 miles square and counts a population of persons But its soil is Italian and therefore beyond the reach of the Greek government The ministry said the Averoff had been taken over by members of its crew loyal to the government and that these after transporting Ven izelos his wife and several other rebel leaders to Cassosj were con tinuing on to Greece with several prisoners They expected to anchor off Phaleron tomorrow With Venizelos departure the report said loyalists regained con trol of Crete and government of ficials were restored to their of fices Destroyers Abandoned The marine ministry was in formed that the rebel destroyers Psara and Leon and the submarine Nereus had been abandoned and were now in the hands of loyal of ficers who had been kept prisoner The loyalist General Dedes and Governor Aposkitis were said to have resumed control of the Cretan government The government instructed the legation at Sofia Bulgaria to seek the extradition of General George Kamanos the rebel military leader and his 18 associates who fled with him after the defeat of their forces yesterday Cavalry in Macedonia While the Greek navy reinforced BRANDS SPEECH PIOUS FLUBDUB Johnson Calls on Thinking America to Exterminate Coughlin Long WASHINGTON March 12 Hugh S Johnson bid for the co operation of every thinking Amer ican todayto exterminate1 the influence of Father Charles E Coughlin and Senator Huey P Long he called a pair of politi cal The former blue eagle dropped a hint that he would carry his fight to the radio again in a statement in which he called Senator Long and Father Coughlin economic shysters and public political en emies number one and Actingas Friends At the same time was made by his secretary of a report that Johnson is negotiating for a series of commercial broadcasts It was explained that though repre sentatives of Erwin Wasey com pany an advertisingconcern hand ed to the press last night a state ment in which Johnson replied to Father Coughlins speech they were actingas friends of the gen eral and not representatives of the concern Johnson declared that the clergy man and the senator were making visionary promises backed upby phony statistics Father Coughlins speech of last night he called pious Declaringthat he would answer Father Coughlin in detail later the general said Will Have to Answer I will have to answer him on three important particulars First his absolute distortion or falsifica tion of my simple statements sec ond his falsifications of facts in general and third his falsifications of my record and other circum stances It doesnt take half the intelli by the rebel cruiser Helle which j gence of a Hitler to know that you surrendered yesterday moved to I can wrjn followers by promising extinguish bellion in the last flames of re Crete calvary patrols were reported to be scouring west ern Macedonia to eliminate the last sensational in South i area St Paul August 30 1933 when I with them the world with a fence around it Old stuff That great dictator Julius Caesar taught these ioreleis their philosophy when he said Men easily believe what they wish to be rebels reported fleeing in Policeman Miles Cunningham was a directions Greece took time to slain by machine gun bullets Stassen announced that the ma chine gun found in the Chicago apartment of Arthur Doc Barker held in connection with the kidnaping of Edward G Bremer St Paul banker has been identified Chi FORECAST IOWA Partly cloudy and somewhat warmer Tuesday night Wednesday unsettled somewhat warmer in south portion MINNESOTA Cloudy Tues day night and Wednesday pos sibly light snow in north and extreme east portions warmer in extreme east colder in north west portion Tuesday night colder in north and central por tions Wednesday IN MASON CITY for 2 hmjr Paul holdup A machine gun bul lod ending at 8 oclock Tuesday let taken from a telephone post r A i QCar the St Paul POStoffiCC Maximum Monday 31 matched up perfectly with those Minimum In Night is USCd in thc federal reserve holdup At 8 A M 23 I in I this amount is for following laboratory tests jD cago as the weapon which was stolen from the car of Officer John Yeaman who was shot and serious ly wounded when Pavlak was i that sum dropped by a hail of bullets in the payroll holdup here Through ballistics said day to count the cost of its most recent futile adventure in revolu tion It was estimated the uprising cost the country a minimum of drachmas approxi mately How staggering Expected Lying Of course I expected all the a small nation be lying bunk about my being the tool of bankers and big business Why I batted those babies around so hard in NRA that I am less popular with them than smallpox If they wanted to hire me it would not be to talk but to keep END OF STRIKE OF UNEMPLOYED IS SOUGHT HERE Federal Aid Withdrawal Threatened by State Director A conference was in session at the city hall Tuesday afternoon be tween representatives of labor and Mason City businessmen in an ef fort to end the strike of the un employed and to keep federal aid from being withdrawn The strikers were withdrawn from picketing the grounds of the old postoffice relief headquarters at 1 oclock Tuesday afternoon af ter organized labor leaders agreed to a suggestion that a committee made up of labor members and bus inessmen make an investigation for the purpose of presenting1 rec ommendations to the state and fed eral relief authorities Warned by Mulock Those in conference were Glenn Woodward member of the state la bor federation board Clint Hickox president of the Mason City Trades and Labor assembly George John son manager of the butcher work mens union and H C Peters selec ted by the other three labor mem bers as a representative of the un employed council Willis G C Bag ley president of the Chamber of Commerce Harry Sondergaard county supervisor Curtis Yelland and Lee P Loomis The conference was precipitatec by the announcement of Lloyd Todd Des Moines representative of the state administration that he had been instructed by E H Mulock state administrator that all federal relief would be with drawn from Cerro Gordo county unless the city would assure work ers at the county relief office that workersthere wouJd not be molested by Must Have Protection This announcement was made at a meeting of businessmen called by A M Schanke county administra tor Mr Mulocks telegram to Mr Schanke was as follows As result of reports of disturb ance in Mason City this morning I feel that it is necessary to advise you that unless protection is given for our workers by local authorities both city and county not later than 3 p m today we will be compelled to close federal relief office and withdraw all assistance We are purely administrative body and should have protection of local au thorities Please advise Mr Todd while pointing out that no strike condition existed inas much as Cerro Gordo county had been withdrawn from work relief and was entirely on direct relief he stated administrative officers had been interfered with in going to work Tuesday morning Withdrawal of federal aid from Cerro Gordo county would place ad ditional burden of from to a month on the county it was pointed out Molested Food Workers The fact that strikers had mo lested even the surplus food com modities workers had made it nee Rush Superintendent of Brick Tile Firm Dies Succumbs at Hospital Here After Brief Confinement Charles F Rush 48 general superintendent of the Mason City Brick and Tile company died at a Mason City hospital about 11 oclock Monday night following a brief confinement He had been in failing health since Dec 1 Mr Rush had been a citizen of Mason City for the past 29 years and had been associated with the Mason City Brick and Tile company for the past 25 years He was born at Trempealeau Nov 13 1886 He attended school at Postville and West Union and later studied mechanical engineering With Farmers Company Engaged first in farming then with the Rock Island railroad Mr Rush finally wont into the brick and tile business with the American Brick and Tile company Later he was foreman and superintendent he Farmers Brick and Tile com oany and served in a like capacity or the North Iowa Brick and Tile company On Dec 2 1909 Mr Rush was married to Grace C Stewart Eight of their 10 children survive Mr Rush Surviving Mr Rush are his wife five daughters Mrs Mary lush White and Mrs Nina Rush Bowers 116Vj North Federal ave nue and Catherine Margaret and ktarion at home and three sons Charles Clarence and Robert at lome Mr Rush is also survived by his mother Abernethy Postville and one brother S G Rush Mason City and four sisters Mrs MonPlasure MasoiaCity Mrs Thornfc I Howrey Minne apolis Mrs Henry De Smul Minne apolis and Mrs C E Harrington Postville and two grandchildren Charlene Rae Bowers and Grace Mary White of Mason City Member of Masons Mr Rush was a member of the Masonic lodge and the Denison club Funeral services will be held at the Patterson funeral home Thurs day afternoon at oclock The Masonic Order will be in charge of the services Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery The body will lie in state at the home 1729 Fourth street southwest until the time of the services THREATEN DEATH TO CUBAN REBELS Mendieta Government Ready to Enforce Decree for Any Violence Cnpyrlsht 11135 Iy The Associated Press HAVANA March 12 dead from a weekend of violence President Carlos Mendieta oday threatened death to terror ists The government warned its em ployes to stay out of the general strike which has paralyzed much of Cuban business but the bakers syn To Cripple Country The task of liquidating this enor mous liability appeared likely to these economic shysters is a gospel that leads away from recovery and progress to disorder and more disastrous however is in Chicago came from one of the machine guns used in the South St CHOCOLATE SOLDIER the prospect of wholesale execution Turn lo IHKf 3 Column 8 OFFJCERSSEK MISSING YOUTH Authorities at Algona Are Hunting for Traces of Bob Householder ALGONA March sher iffs forces today joined in a search for Bob Householder 14 son of Mr and Mrs Wes Householder Union township 4 miles north of Algona who has been missing since Mon w nviifii v w wu ivi terms of from two to five years in prison dicate joined the strike today The death toll was raised today when Miguel Angel Ramos died of wounds from a detectives pistol and the body of an unidentified man was found in Marianao the residen tial suburb A government decree ordering thc death penalty for convicted ter rorists was aimed specifically at saboteurs bombcra and any person attacking the republics armed forces Under thp decree persons charged with terroristic acts will be tried before the councils of war set up by yesterdays decree pro claiming thc existence of a state of war throughout the island At the same time the government warned government employes that any convicted of joining the revolu tionary strike would bo liable to CIIAKLKS F RUSH HOUSE RATIFIES SALARIES PAID Legalizes Payments Under Invalid Law New Bills Flood Assembly DES MOINBS March 12 Salaries paid to public officials un der the provisions of the pay cut measure now declared unconstitu tional by the supreme court were legalized today by the Iowa house The lower branch passed the pro posal to ratify the compensation accepted by state county andtown ship officers by a vote of 1 to 41 The measure would also prohibit public officers from attempting to claim back pay since the supreme court invalidated the reduction bill of the fortyfifth general assembly Amendment Adopted An amendment to the measura sponsored by Representative C L Rice D of Keokuk excluded judges of the supreme and district courts before the proposal was ap proved The bill now goes to the senate for action where it was in definitely deferred after a prelim inary round od debate last week The senate devoted the session to reading its 63 new bills which were introduced as the closing hour for introduction Beared and argued two bills both providing for the establishment of county auditors as public biddersat scavenger tax sales Senator Ora E Husted R of Truro on a special order of busi ness called for of is measure for one introduced by George Wilson R of Des Moines as chairman of the committee on cities and towns Bill More Concise Husted argued that his bill was more concise and adequate but met with opposition on the grounds it would be satisfactory for the rural districts but did not provide protec ion for the urban districts where special assessment liens against property would not be adequately irotected Representative Ben Doran R of Boone called up a senate con current resolution to memorialize ongress to limit importations of wheat and corn as the second item of house business Dorans action resulted in con certed democratic opposition to the resolution and terminated after engthy debate with the members oting to table the resolution Hurry Up Bills Individual members worked hur riedly to get their bills under the deadline resulting in the introduc tion of 45 new measures in the house Legislation which may be intro duced hereafter under the assem Tnrn to 3 Column b STATE COUNCIL SUMMONS HEAD OFLIQUORBOARD Asks Him to Show Why He Should Not Lose His Position DES MOINES 12 Harold M Cooper Chairman of the Iowa liquor control commission was requested today to appear be fore the state executive council next Monday morning to show cause why he should not be re moved from his position The request appearanct of the commission chairman follow ed the unanimous adoption of an executive council motion yesterday The resolution instructing Cooper to appealfor preliminary hearing was introduced by Gov Clyde L Herring as chairman of the coun cils regular meeting 1 Governor Moves The governor moved passage the motion was seconded by council members and was adopted unani mously The formal order which to be submitted to Cooper was signed today by all members of the council including the governor Secretary of State Mrs Alex Mil ler State Treasurer Leo J Weg man State Auditor Charles W Storms and Secretary of Agricul ture Ray Murray Cooper was convicted recently vby a Cedar Rapids district court jury of violating the state liquor law The charge against him came on an Indictment by a county grand jury after a police raid December 12 on the canning plant of J LeRoy Farmer r ApproximatelyeOOjliottlea of li and200 state liquor seals which Cooper admitted sending to Farmer were in the raid The liquor commission chairman was charged with allowing Fanner to possess illegal liquor in violation of a section of the state liquor law After Coopers conviction Governor Herring requested him to resign but Cooper declined The text of that portion of executive council resolution re questing Coopers appearance fol lows Requested to Appear Now therefore be it resolved by the executive council of the state of Iowa in executive session that the aforesaid Harold M Cooper mem ber of the Iowa Liquor Control Com mission be and he is hereby invi ted and requested to appear before this body at 9 oclock a m on the 18th day of March A D 1935 and show cause if any he has why the Turn In Pane 3 Column 4 4 Women and 5 Men on Ski Outing Lose Lives in Avalanche GRAZ Austria March W Four women and five men all members of a Vienna ski club on an outing near here were killed today by an avalanche Fourteen of the 25 skiers in the party were swept away as great masses of snow roared down upon them but five were rescued after being carried several hundred yards Mothers Baked Beans He said he believed there is a his brothers and sisters Monday morning as no school was held be cause of school election while his mother went to town The boy was seen starting out with his gun as he frequently hunt ed Theories advanced were that he j might have been hurt in a gun ac cidcnt that he hfvl fallen through j the ico that he might have hopped j a ride with Bailey who took stock DETROIT March 12 and imprisonment of army and navy turing Hushs Johnson aa choc to although telegraphic in of f who participated in thc rev olalo wldlcr Relief Workers Give Up Their Threat to Strike at ESTHER VILLE March 12 Relief workers withdrew their role of quiiy rcvralort that he threats to strike when an might have been a hoy who asked horror the bloody episode in the Rev Charles E Coutrhlin re lhe Milwaukcft service when at the conclusion of the j pcd last night to the former NRA j Cfflt Ol that hc miSnt havc walked Turn In 1 uliimn Turn to 1 fntnmn 3 along the highway tracks rescmb lintr his having hccn ment reached in which the re duced wage scale of 30 cents an hour was altered to include Harry E Jonns labor represen tative Pleads Guilty to Car Theft Charges Gets Sentence of 2 Years SPRINGFIELD March 12 Adams 18 of Kanka kce pleaded guilty today to charges of violating the Dyer act and was sentenced to two years in the federal reformatory by Federal Judge Chnrles G Briggle Authori ties said thc youth confessed steal ing an automobile in Kankakee and driving it to Davenport Iowa where he abandoned it and stole another machine which he drove to Bloom ington 111 He was arrested there Good old baked beans You dont have to go Bostonese to enjoy them Send for Everybodys Cook Book and try our recipe for Mothers Baked Beans It will make you hungry merely to read it and wherever it has been used there are memories as fragrant as the beans were delicious And dont you recall a home where there was al ways a beanpot on the range Hot diggity There are 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