Mason City Globe Gazette, April 20, 1935

Mason City Globe Gazette

April 20, 1935

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 20, 1935, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI FIVE CENTS A COPS ASSOCIATED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRIL 20 1935 T1I1S PAPER CONSISTS OP TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 163 Spenders of Billions Fechner Rising as Force in Program of Recovery EDITORS is second in a series of four articles sketchingthe personal ities of four men who will have charge of spending the appropriated for fed eral work relief Robert Fechner By WIIXIAM S WHITE WASHINGTON April 20 labor leader who came up from the grime and sweat of railroad work shops is a rising force these days in the administra tions enlarged recovery pro gram Robert Fech ner who organ ized the civilian conservat ion corps from a sickbed sees it now projected for enlarged activity under the workre lief fund Heavy rather grim faced lie came to Wash ington in re sponse to a wholly unexpect ed white house call that im portant business was afoot in April of 1933 to start the Roosevelt gov lernments first major emergency ef Ifort At the outset two obstacles arose Labor and Peace Protests Some labor representatives had against the CCC wage Iscale a day Fechner answered assurances that CCC men not compete with private When a new camp went local carpenters got the job of it at prevailing wages Some peace organizations were claiming the corps was a mechanism for training soldiers Fechner denied this repeat and he ordered men iu the camps to be called enlisted men Nevertheless he has authorized a certificate of valor for men performing exceptionally courageous action This former mabhimst who set out tobe arailroad man by taking on a job after leaving grammar butch on a train was one of the first of the to descendon Wash ington He isnt a democrat in the regular sense having campaigned tor LaFollette in 1924 Atthe time his appointment Fechner was general vice president of the Inter liational Association of Machinists pnd he has carried over the easy Democracy of labo rinto his new of fice on Pennsylvania avenue ECW Didnt He travels over the country bear ing for luggage a single suitcase He Inspects everything so thoroughly I hat on one occasion he was seen feering into camp machinery to as himself the bolts had been well runs his administration the most unspectacular manner hossible and gives no appearance of Ihe highlygeared executive In his lew speeches he usually contents pimself telling in a factual Jnanner what is happening in the ECC where some has feem spent The official name his agency Incidentally Emergency Conser lation Work but ECW did not latch on so well as A leading labor advocate in the lid had contacts dur lig the war with President Roose lelt when the latter was assistant ecretary of the gained imething of a reputation for knowl dge of labor conditions And 11 lears ago this who was a Jtranger to college degrees was lec liring by invitation at Brown uni at Dartmouth at Harvard SENATE INCREASES IOWA BUDGET Hitler Indignant in Protest to League Powers ATTACKS THEIR RIGHT TO JUDGE GERMAN ACTION Note Is Reichsfuehrers 46th Birthday Gift to Himself BERLIN April 20 in dignant protest to the powers rep resented on the league of nations council was Reichsfuehrer Hitlers gift to himself the nation and the foreign powers today on the occa sion of his fortysixth birthday This protest was handed by the lerman ambassadors and ministers to the respective foreign offices the capitals of the various nations during the course of the day and was to be given out for publication in Germany at p Berlin time Hitler himself remained most of the morning at the chancellery A few minutes after 11 oclock Gen eral Werner von Blomberg defense ministervisited der fuehrer to thank him for restoring conscription to the nation Twenty minutes later an honor company of the reichswehr German army marched by under a youthful chief commander Although the nature of the pro test was withheld in Berlin before its publication political circles gen erally expressed the opinion that it lays emphasison the fact Germany rejects the establishment of a new guilt StrongNote to Italy April 20 rer note to Premier MussolinitcKJayre jected in the most resolute man ner the league councils condem nation of his country He also challenged the right of the governments represented on the make themselves judges over and characterized See Kentucky Youth Hanged for Assault A crowd of more than persons a third of them women gathered in the courthouse yard at Smith field to witness the execution of William DcBoe for assaulting a woman They heard him protest his conviction In a 45 minute speech In which he assailed his accuser The executioner is shown adjusting the noose preparatory to springing the trap Associated Press HOLD FIELD DAY IN IOWA HOUSE 29 Bills Majority of Them Claims Measures Are Apprpyal Iowa representatives1 declared a field dgy today and spurt of action gave their approval to 29 their deliberations as a new dis The German note Qlrich Van Hassel the German am bassador to the foreign ministry was the longawaited answer to the councils censure of the reich for rearming ir violation of the Ver sailles treaty Weather FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Satur I day night and Sunday not much change in temperature MINNESOTA Generally fair I Saturday night and Sunday I slightly warmer Sunday in west portion IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for hour period ending at S oclock liturday morning 1 Maximum Friday 57 I Minimum in Night 38 At 8 A M 42 WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO April 20 SUN TO SHINE ON EASTER PARADE Weather Man Says lowans Can Carry Coats Over Their Arms sun will shine on Iowas Easter parade Charles E Reed govern ment meteorologist predicted today with all the confidence Mr ever is able to muster and it will be warm enough to carry your coal over your arm So thesun probably will shine on Iowas Easter parade for Mr Reed seldom gets confident unless hes got four aces and another up his sleeve to bet against old man But Easter weather being what it always has been Mr Reed hedged his forecast with the sug gestion that there might be clouds over some sections of the state in the afternoon and as Mr Reed often has observed where there are clouds there may be Whether or not theres good wea ther tomorrow Easter shoppers were thronging stores throughout the state and buying new spring raiment Businessmen generally de clared that Easter business was bills The majority of the measures passed were claims1 bills most of which had already received affirma tive seriate votes Claims of 29 in dividuals were ap proved The lower branch also voted for two emergency legislation mea sures One would extend duration time of real estate foreclosure judg ments two years and the other would extend a similar time on judgments given on promissory notes Other measures Other Bills Approved To legalize the corporate acts of the Farnhamville Mutual Telephone company of Farnhamville To make permanent the tempor ary transfer of from the road maintenance fund to poor relief fund of Pottawattarriie coun ty Town Splits Over De Boe Final Words SMITHLAND April exchange of bitter wordsvbe tween Willian De Boe hanged and the dramatic tirade he delivered from the gallows before he dropped to his death lived after him today Beneath the surface quiet of this little western Kentucky town was ob servedsharply divided reaction of the people to De Boes last words his accusation of cold blooded mur flung at his Mrs Marjorie Johnson and Mrs John sons after his ninth direct challenge to her that money couM not have bought her silence in tlie up a deficiency in the salary and expense fund of Iowa district court judges To authorize the governor to grant a land patent to Glenn Golt of Muscatine county To legalize payment by the Dav enport City council of to the Davenport Times and the Dav enport Democrat for publication of legal notices Concur in Amendment The house also concurredin cor rectiveamendments to the bills au thorizing cities to operate auto testing stations for safety purposes and to correct a typographical er ror in the measure to allow refund ing of state sinking fund anticipa tory warrants Claims approved included Her man Jordan and Will Ager Freder ika and respectively Doris Sovcrign Crcsco 525 W H Would Have Taken De Boe had shouted If I had had I wouldnt be on this scaf fold she would have taken Not if you had offered me she yelled back The Rev Bailey chaplain at Eddyville state prison who bap tized De Boe recently will conduct funeral services at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon in Paducah De Boes for mer home De Boe told his audience he was going to sleep there where get justices Biiriai atPaldu1 Bongartz Waterloo Spain Parkersburg James and Speaker John H Mitchell and Sen good if not better than a year ago j ator Qarritt E Roelofs 5100 each for expenses to the interstate legis I lative assembly at Washington D C eather outlook for pril 22 to April 27 I For the region of the period the Greai temperature by Mon or Tuesday mostly above nor al thereafter precipitation prob lle by middle of week the upper Mississippi and Iver Missouri valleys and the Irthern and central Great jjmperatures mostly normal Government Bureau Has Unusual Protest of Too Much Money WASHINGTON April 20 Veteran observers of the Washing ton scene were startled today to come upon a government bureau which frowns upon a proposal to give it to spend Members of congress have been urging that President Roosevelt set aside of the work re lief fund for erosion control The reaction of the soil erosion service as set forth today by a high official of the department of agriculture was or Thank you hut will ove one or two shower periods be plenty for the next two Icly in most sections maybe too 2 Black Dillingers Hanged in Maryland for Robbery Murder BALTIMORE April 20 James A Gross 25 and Gordon Dent 30 both Negroes who called themselves the black Dillingers during their depredations in Prince Georges county were hanged at the state penitentiary Friday The extreme penalty was exacted for the murder of John T Geary in the holdup of his barbecue stand at Priests Bridge last June It was one of a scries of Prince Georges county robberies laid lo the black cab gihcrijf Says XJtlle Im saying very little about the Sheriff G H Heater who sprung thetrap which sent De Boe to his death said this morning 1 figure less talk there is about it the that there was exten sive division of sentiment as to DC Boes guilt the sheriff said I dont think iits going to result1 in any Boy Falls Into Lake WEle SailingBoat Rescued by Friends PITTSBURGH April 20 The kids were sailing their boats in the park lake and one of them suddenly called out Lookie theres a piece of paper in the water thatll make a good He his hands clutched the hair of 5 year old El mer Stewart whod fallen in unbe knownst to his playmates Help me you shouted the rescuer and in a few minutes they had Elmer out He went to bed for rest but oth erwise was all right SIX JOYRIDERS KILLED IN CRASH Young People Meet Death as Their Car Smashes Into Parked Truck SALISBURY April 20i Six young persons out on a joy ride were killed early today as their automobile crashed into a parked truck at Powellville 9 miles east of here Two were killed instantly and four died later in the Peninsula hospital here without regaining consciousness The wrecked ma chineshad to be torn apart to ex tricate the bodies The victims were Victims of Crash Thaddeus Dykes 25 Morris M Dykes 22 and Wisehart Mumford 19 of Salisbury Violet Templeton 37 Evelyn Willey 17 and Agnes Taylor 20 of Corporal C E Minnick of the state police said the machine failed to negotiate a curve in the center of the village and crashedinto the which had been left parked on the street by Edwin Jones of Ac Va The car must have beentravel ing 70 miles an Mihriick making a he found no eye witnessesto the tragedy Crushed Inside Car The victims were crushed inside Lhe car by the force of the impact The two Dykes were dead when villagers reached the car The sound of the crash awoke most of the residents of the vil age and they flocked to the scene Lo give any aid they could The injured were taken in cars to the hospital Corporal Minnick said Thaddeus Dykes was taken from behind the storing wheel The officer said his operators license had previously seen revoked by the state motor ve hicle commissioner Hauptmann Counsel Files Arguments to Set Aside Conviction TRENTON N April 20 OP r u n o Richard Hauptmanna counsel filed with the prosecution today 133 arguments for setting aside his conviction of the Lind bergh baby slaying preparatory to presenting his appeal in June AMELIA VISITS MEXICO CAPITAL Aviarix Loses Route and Lands Enroute on Good Will Flight MEXICO D April 20 MPj Amelia Earhart landed here at C S p E S today in her flight from Los An geles after losing her route and landing briefly at Nopala state of Hodalgo just north of the capital A federal holiday was declared in honor of Miss Earhart she ar rived on her good will visit All governmont employes were given a day off so they could be at the field when the famous aviatrix arrived Representatives of President Car denas and several cabinet ministers as well members of the diplo matic corps were on the official re ception committee SENATE JAM TO HOLD UP SOCIAL SECURITY PLANS Bill Passed by House to Await Its Turn in Gommittee By NATHAN ROBEKTSON WASHINGTON April 20 Swept through the house of repre sentatives by a lopsided vote the Roosevelt social security bill ran today into a legislative jam in the senate which threatened long delay New attempts to write sweeping changes into the big is designed eventually to levy or more in new taxes for fi nancial help to the aged jobless children and were in Troubles in Europe Stay in Spotlight prospect The 372 to 33 vote which jammed the bill through the house yesterday was made possible by smooth func tioning of the overwhelming demo cratic machine and by the ayes of many republicans who had lost their battle to delete the new taxes from the bill Avoid Political Suicide Off the record some of these re publicans said they had to vote for the whole bill on the filial roll call to avoid political Fresh from this which followed almost three months of dis the bill went to the senate fi nance committee already tied up In controversy over the cash bonus and NRA Harrljjon an nounced the Seciiritjrprogram would bp pushed ahead as rapidly as pos sible but said the bonus would be taken up by his committee first and then the bill to extend NRAs life Hearings on the bonus bill have already been called for the first two days of next week Harrison said he loped to get it out of committee by the middle of the week and turn to he recovery legislation Will Take 10 Days Even the most optimistic admin stration friends of NRA concede however that it will take 10 days r two weeks to get that contro issue settled in the commit ee and reported out to the senate No one on the senate side of the apitol disputed today that the so ial security bill faced much tough r sledding there than it did in the louse Already many suggestions or modifications had risen not only rom republicans but from the emocratic ranks as well Senator Byrd long ago nnounced proposals for modifying he administration bill He NEWS OF THE WEEK GKKMANV MAKES PROTEST OUST KKCKDES IN WEST 1CKES BEAKS DOWN RECORD FLIGHT MADE By WJDLLARD KEEFE Associated FrcM Staff Writer Germany protested to Great Bri tain that she had been betrayed by Englands change of attitude af ter the Berlin conferences Great Britains accord with Italy anc France at Stresa and with other na tions at Geneva was named by the relchs spokesman as the act of Great Britain with 12 member nations of the league of nations council Denmark abstaining voted a resolution censuring Germany for repudiating her international obli gations by her proclamation of con scription Hitler conferred with his advis ers regarding Germanys action on the resolution Warned by Powers Italy and Great Britain warned the reich to let the demilitarized Rhlneland alone Premier Laval submitted to the French cabinet the complete text of the FrancoRussian pact AntiGerman demonstrations in the Polish corridor caused the death of a pronazi orator and injury to several Germany refused to surrender to Berthold mon antinazi journalist allegedly kidnaped on Swiss territory Rains In Dust Area Rain and hails terms fringed the dust storm area on the plains of the southwest but a new black roller struck parts of Colorado Governor Landon Kansas compared the ma jor disaster with a devastating flood of sand instead of water Secretary Ickes revoked PWA loans to Georgia and Louisiana Four loans to Georgia were can celled because of Governor Tal madges veto of a financing bill he sponsored revocation of four Lou Onrn lo z Column fl says nake itpbssifilefor gov rnment to dictate to the states Hearings Completed Hearings on the bill have been ompleted by the senate comroil ee and when it gets the bonus nd NRA out of the way it will go mmediately into executive session o act on social security This will peed the procedure somewhat but will still leave all the issues in the ast bill to be fought out As passed by the house the mea ure touches on all the phases of economic security outlined in a message President Roosevelt sent o congress Jan 17 However in most cases the aid for tne persons overed would materialize only if be state did something for them Two Hinds of Pensions There are two kinds of old age ensions 1 If a state has a satisfactory ension system for the aged needy Turn i IaRf 2 Column 7 Herring Notified Iowa Must Have 4 Million Relief Appropriation DES MOINES April 20 Harry L Hopkins federal relief ad ministrator today notified Gov Clyde L Herring Iowa must approp riate at least a year for the nfcxt biennium for poor relief In a telegram from Washington Hopkins urged the governor and the legislature to continue the finan cial support which the state and counties have given the relief ad Governor Herring said he had dis cussed the situation with senate and house leaders and legislative action on the appropriation would be con sidered early next week Added to the annual sum will be a year for CCC campa in Iowa the governor said i LITTLE HOPE FOR HOUSE BEER BILL Conference Committee Best Measure Can Expect in Iowa Senate DES MOINES April 20 House clerks today labored over a drastically revised beer bill passed 81 to 11 by the house in a stormy session yesterday in an effort to as semble the document and sent it to the senate The bills reception in the senate today was considered problematical of any sort of approval ind some considered a conference committee is the best it can expect in the upper body Toiling through a barrage of amendments totalling close to 75 the house finally passed the bill over repeated efforts toward adjourn ment The measure would dras tically revise state beer laws 1uts Ban on Dancing It would not permit issuance of sale by the drink licenses in resi dential sections it prohibits dancing in all places where beer is sold ex cept hotels and clubs permits no Sunday sale and requires every beer establishment to close at midnight The measure carries the senate title but nothing but the title and the file number of the bill passed in the senate a week ago remains The bill provides for a state per mit board and a state beer li cense for retailers The board would be composed of the state treasurer state auditor and secretary of state It would possess powers of review over the actions of city councils and boards of supervisors Sets 1ermit Costs Under the revised measure per mits to brewers wholesalers and distributors would cost an nually the money to go into the state sinking fund Sale by the drink permits would cost in towns of population or less In towns of lo such permits would cost and 5200 in cities of to In cities over per1 mils would cost Permits un Turn in 3 Column it APPROPRIATION BILL FINAL VOTE S El FOR MONO AY Total Amount Increase Over Sum Proposed by Committee DES MOINES April 20 state senate today increased the ap propriation proposed for each year of the 193637 biennium to 125 the total provided for when the senate concluded work on amend ments to the bill and substituted committee recommendations for the original Final action on the ap propriation measure was allowed to go over until Monday The bill now provides for 622 for state departments 777 for board of control Institutions for board of education in stitutions and for a con tingent fund Increase of The total is an Increase of 847 over the amount recommended by the senate mittee Before substituting the the senate reconsidered action taken yesterday and increased state aid to county fairs by and raised salaries proposed for members of the finance committee of the state board of education Senator Roy Stevens D of Wa pello chairman appropriation committee withdrew an amendment which would have added tor capital improvements at state institutions understanding it would be introduced later as a separate The senate turned back thret ef forts to reduce It i Senator Shangle DJ of Os offered first amend ment reduceaTlhe recommendation for the University of Iowa to for each year of biennium the amount by the state cbmp roller and governor and would have placed the total at more than the allotment of the last The move was defeated however by a vote of 23 to 25 Senator Morris Moore D of Walnut theu offered a proposal which would have cut iitys appropriation from o even but it lost 21 a 26 Seek Towa State Cut Senator C E Malone D of Atlantic turned State col ege and offered an amendment which would have reduced1 its alloti nent of funds from to Again the senate stood irm in opposing reduction voting 3 to 25 As the senate took up the Shan gle amendment Senator Roy Stev ns D of Ottumwa chairman of the appropriations committee an ounced the filing of an amendment o add to the bill to pro ide for capital improvements at be various institutions Money for Repairs His provision included for improvements and repairs at the university Other amounts allowed in the Stevens amendment included Iowa Tnm fo rate 2 Column 1 Driving on Flat Tires When a mans tire blows out he knows about it right away and doesnt waste a moment getting it repaired When a mans feetblow out he knows about it right away but he sometimes waits weeks fore getting them fixed A weak spot in a tire has wrecked many a fine car Likewise a weak spot in a pair of feet has caused many human machines to break down Look after your human tires Theyre just as important to you as the rubber tires are to your car Get a copy of Care of tie It contains facts everybody should know about foot health footwear and home treatment of foot trou bles The price is 10 cents Use this 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