Mason City Globe Gazette, April 27, 1935

Mason City Globe Gazette

April 27, 1935

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 27, 1935, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME NEWSPAFIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS HOME EDITION VOL XLI KIVE CENTS A COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WiKE BKKVICB MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRIL 27 1935 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SKCTION ONK NO 169 Mills Likely Candidate Nomination Would Receive Blessing of Hoover By HERBERT PLUMMER ASHINGTON April 27 Washington poli ticians quick to sense anything unusual in the fortunes of G O lost no time in pouncing on the speech of Ogden L Mills former secretary of the treasury a t Brunswick Maine in which he denounced the policies of the Roosevelt admin istration Not that a de nunciation of the new deal by Mr Mills is anything unusual He has been doing that right along and with much feeling lor several years What made this particular speech significant however in the estima tion of politicians is that it was de livered almost before former Presi dent Herbert Hoover had returned to Palo Alto after his muchtalked of visit to the east Presumably Mr Hoover and Mr Mills had an opportunity of seeing each other and chatting while the former was in New York If they did then its fairly certain that the future of their party came in as a topic of conversation See Hoovers Ideas Mills is credited in some circles as being the former presidents fav orite candidate for the republican presidential nomination in 36 pro vided of course that Mr Hoover himself is removed from the picture He has said or done nothing to confirm such a suspicion As a mat ter of fact he is on record as having said there area dozen or more men in his estimation who would make good candidates The HooverMills admiration for each other however is sufficient for politiciansto know the lattervlikelywould receive the formers blessing all things being equal All of which raises the question of whether the observations on the new deal made by Mills before the Institute of Politics of Bowdoin col lege are not those largely enter tained by Mr Hoover himself We must maintain our system of constitutional said Mills Experience has demonstrated that no other system is capable of pro ducing the wealth and wide pros perity essential to Man of Observers see a distinct Hoover flavor in that statement At about the same time Mills was I making his speech in Maine Wil liam Allen White in Washington to confer with republicans of both wings of the party in the hope of stirring up interest in regional meet ing throughout the country was de scriHing Mr Hoover to a group of editors as a man of destiny He can do nothing to affect his I own political said White He will become impossible or in The Hoover curve may be upward it could not quite be downward it may be a straight RENO ATTACKS ADMINISTRATION G Move to Force Adjournment Fails I Manchester Farmer Hangs Self With Belt MANCHESTER April 27 Rudolph Gienapp 32 farmer jhanged himself at his home in Dun Idee with a noose made of his belt iKis body was found by his wife No linquest will be held The Weather FORECAST IOWA Mostly cloudy Satur day night and Sunday showers probable in the northeast por tion cooler Saturday night and in central and east sections Sunday MINNESOTA Cloudy to partly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday probably local showers in east and south cooler Saturday night contin ued cool Sunday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Monday 70 Minimum in Night 52 At 8 A Saturday 56 Rainfall 02 WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO April 27 er outlook for the week beginning Monday April 29 For the region bf the Great Lakes for the upper Mississippi and lower Missour val leys and for the northern and cen tral great plains generally fair and most the week APPROPRIATION MEASURE GOES TO CONFERENCE Motion to Recess Until Monday Adopted by Iowa House DES MOINES April 27 republican move to jump the calen dar in the house and force early ad journment was blocked today by a motion to recess until Monday morning A motion to reenter all pending legislation with certain exceptions back to the sifting committee was introduced by Representative Arch McFarlane R of Black Hawk Democrats opposed the move term ing it a plan to eliminate import ant and marshalled enough votes to recess leaving the question undecided McFarlane would have dumped and prohibited further considera ion of any measures except appro priations claims acts conference committee reports and bills to which amendments are adopted by he senate would lave granted the bill to abolish the iquor control commission Consideration Bill Passed Consolidation of the state fish and game commission and the board of conservation was voted today by he Iowa state senate in passing a house approved compromise bill The senates completes egislative approval and the bill now to the governor The measure approved was a compromise bill af er a first measure had died in conference committee Under its provisions the two present state departments would be ombined in a new department to e known as the state conservation commission It would be composed of seven members appointed by the governor and work of the depart ment would be supervised by a di drawing salary of a year Employment Bill Passed Appropriation of foreach year of the biennium for the main enance of state employment offices n conjunction with the United States employment service also was voted by the senate A house bill the measure also now goes to the governor for signing Most of the senates time at its Saturday morning session as it worked toward final adjournment was devoted to the passage of a number of claims bills appropriat Turn lo 2 Column Balmat 80 Pioneer Iowa Farmer Dies Briggs A Balmat 80 pioneer North Iowa farmer died Saturday morning at his home 32 Eleventh street northeast following an illness of five years Mr Balmat who had been a resident of North Iowa almost 58 years was born in Fowler N Y Oct 22 1854 the son of John D and Marietta Bal mat When Mr Bal mat was 6 years old he moved with his parents to Wells Minn where they resid ed three years af B A BALMAT ter which tn went to Green county where Mr Balmat grew to manhood Came to Nora Springs On Dec 25 1877 Mr Balmat was united in marriage to Miss Addie Millman of Monroe and that year he and his bride came to live on a homestead north of Nora Springs They lived in Floyd county until 1898 when they moved to a farm north of Mason City on which the American Crystal Sugar company later located its factory In 1901 Mr and Mrs Balmat moved to Mason City where they resided since Funeral services will be held at oclock Monday afternoon at the McAuley funeral home with the Rev William Galbreth of theOlivet M E churchand the Rev David L Kratz of the Church of Christ in charge Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery Two Children Survive Mr Balmat is survived by his wifer who has been confined to her bed with illness for 18 months and two children Oscar T Balmat and Mrs Grace McPeak Mason City Birtie Lee a third child died Feb 26 1897 Five grandchildren Mrs E M Duesenberg and Bion Doug las Sheila and Rhoderick McPeak survive a sixth Wayne Balmat preceding hirn in death A brother Hannibal Balmat Po mona arid a sister Mrs Jose phine Confer also survive him BANDIT VICTIM IS UNCONSCIOUS State Agents Probe Algona Robbery Where Woman Was Beaten ALGONA April at tendants today stated Mrs Anton Jergenson 72 who was severely ceaten by bandits late Friday was in a critical condition and that her recovery was doubtful The bandits took from a safety deposit box in her home and ransacked her house xvhere she lived alone Mrs Walter Dale of Algona her oaughter went to the home and noted that the blinds were drawn and that the morning mail was still in the mail box The doors were Jacked and she received no response to her knocks Door Broken Down Calling Donald Cook who oper ates a suburban grocery store nearby Mrs Dale succeeded in breaking down the door with his help and found her mother lying on the floor near the door She was un conscious having received two se vere blows on the head Mrs Jergenson was still uncon scious today Physicians said that the shock commned with her age indicated the serious effects on the woman Agents Are Investigating After being found Mrs Jergenson was rushed to the hospital Two agents from the state bureau of in vestigation arrived Friday night are cooperating with local of fcers on the case It is believed that someone familiar with the fi nancial habits of Mrs Jergenson must have committed the robbery Mrs Jergensons husband died two years ago Several of thn rhil dre reside here Railroad Shops at Clinton to Add 111 Employes on May 1 27 ization of freight locomotives and car repairs by the Northwestern railway in the Clinton shops will bring an increase of HI employes ef Cective May 1 it was announced to ciay by local railroad officials An additional 26 employes will be returned to work May 15 in the car shops it was said Total employment in the locomo tive and car shops will be 475 skilled machinists and helpers Modernization of engines will in clude installation of mechanical stokers in order to make them more efficient at high speeds Three Young Men on Cruise Around Globe KEY WEST April 27 Their 45 foot ketch Hurricane packed with food to last them six months three young men set sail southward for a world cruise The men are Ray Kauffman 29 and Jerry Mefferd 24 of Des Moines and Morrow J Allen 26 of In dianapolis HOUSE VOTES TO ASK MANLEY AND LANE TO RESIGN Resolution Drawn Up by Democratic Committee Is Approved DES MOINES April 27 resolution demanding the immediate resignation of Bernard E Manley of Mason City and Dick R Lane of Davenport as members of the Iowa liquor Control commission was adopted by the Iowa house today Drawn by a committee of house democrats named in a closed session of party members called by Speaker JoLn H Mitchell following receipt yesterday afternoon of Commission Chairman Harold N Coopers res ignation the resolution also de mands that Leslie E Francis of DCS Moines retire as the commissions legal adviser The vote was 97 to 1 Lewis H Weise D of Scott being the only representative opposed The house previously had voted unanimously to suspend the rules and allow immedi ate consideration of the resolution Another BUI Ready Lamar P Foster D of Cedar shortly before the vote was taken apparently revealed the houses po sition when he declared still have time to enact a bill wiping out the liquor commis sion if this resolution is not com plied The house has on file a measure presented yesterday shortly before Coopers resignation was announced which if approved would abolish the liquor commisison and replace it by a fiveman board servingon a per diem basis This board would decide liquor control policies A full 1ime administrator would be re sponsible for carrying out these proposal was drawn by Foster and Gustave Alesch of Plymouth who also were members of the resignation resolution com mittee Foster Warns Board If our demand is not complied with warned we will calf up this Foster laterexplained that he would wait until Monday morning for the resignations If the governor has not received them by that he declared Ill call up the measure to abolish the It was apparent however that some republican members of the bouse were not satisfied with this procedure Several expressed the opinion that even though the re maining two commission members and their legal advisers do resign Governor Herring might be able to delay naming their successors until the legislature is ended and thus escape senate confirmation May Call Up Bill If Foster does not call up the abolishment measure it was indica ted some republican house mem bers may do so Manley and Lane went into con ference at the liquor commission headquarters here shortly after the bouse approved the resignation res olution The resolution reads Whereas facts gathered by an authorized investigating committee make it apparent that irregularities have occured in the operation and administration of the state liquor control commission and Whereas in order to preserve he states integrity and honest in ent to promote the cause of tem Tnni In rRRf I Viluinn 7 To Give Address Roy F Bergengren Boston Mass managing director of the National Credit Union associa tion arrived In Mason City Saturday lo give the main ad dress the slate convention of i credit unions at a banquet Saturday night CLAIM GERMANY BUILDING SUBS British Charge Caps Weeks Arms Developments in Europe NEWS OF THE WEEK UBOATS UNDER WAY EARTHQUAKES TAKETOLL POLITICS BUBBLES AWAY By WILLARD KEEFE Associated Press Staff Writer Charges that Germany is building Uboats capped developments of the week in the European arms contro versy British newspapers said they had excellent authority for the reports Prime Minister MacDonald said Germany had brokenup the road to peace and Paris fearing that Berlin sought to disrupt the united front of France Great Britain and refused to deal directly with Reichsfuehrer Hitler FrancoRussian Pact France and Russia put finishing touches to a pact of mutual as sistance in case of aggression Japan heard that Russia is main taining troops 600 air planes and 600 tanks on the Siber ianManchoukuan frontier Germanys air service is the larg est best equipped and most effi cient in Europe said foreign mili tary experts The German pagan faith move ment nazi sponsored boldly reject ed Christianity saying God had revealed himself through Hitler Earthquake fire and flood killed more than in Formosa a series of shocks in northern Iran took 600 lives a temblor shook Cape Cod Thousands gathered at Des Moines to hear Senator Huey P Long address the National Farm ers Holiday association the Rev Charles E Coughlin started a drive to make the National Union for So cial Justice a political power but not a political Soaring silver prices started up ward by the United States pur chases forced Mexico to declare an Turn 10 Imre z Oilnmn 5 CREDIT UNIONS 36 CONVENTION AT DAVENPORT State Meet Held at Hotel Hanford Hutchins Presiding Davenport was selected for the 1936 convention city by the Iowa Credit Union league which opened its annual session at the Hotel Han ford Saturday afternoon Bids had been made for the con vention by delegates from Dubuque Cedar Rapids and Waterloo who withdrew in favor of Davenport as the business session opened at 2 oclock with A Neal Hutchins president presiding The next order of business was to be the election seven directors the determination of duos and con sideration of various recommenda tions voted by the board of dtrcc tors in a morning meeting More than 200 delegates were in atten Reviewed Activities The board of directors of the league met in the forenoon to hear reports of officers President Hutch ins reviewed the activities of the or ganization the past year A Wester gaard managing director pointec out the growth of the association the past year and steps taken by the association to increase the ef ficiency ofunion H W Hanson chairman of the legislative committee reported tha1 there has been no legislation aimec at or affecting the credit unions and that if and when members of the general assembly do become fa miliar with the credit union we may expect their actions to be To Close With Banquet The convention program was set to close with a banquet at 6 oclock ta the Hotel Hanford followed by entertainment and dance Willis G president of the Cham ber of was scheduled to give the address of welcome while the chief address will be given by Roy F Bergengren Boston Mass managing director of the National Credit Union association Dr R F Kunz will be master of ceremonies for the entertainment to follow which will include acrobatic dancing by Jeanne Ludwig songs by the Rusty Hinge quartet marim baphone solo by Mrs Ellsworth Bates accordion and miniature or B Shaffer music by the high school instrumental sextet and tap and acrobatic dancing by Dorothy Madsen and Margaret Kern Drake Queens Hueys Guests at Breakfast Baby at Muscatine Drowns in Lard Can Part Full of Water MUSCATINE April 27 ft Paul Edward Altenbernd 14 months old son of Mr and Mrs Curtis C Altenbernd of near Muscatine drowned about p m Friday in a five gallon lard can partly fill ed with water The child was found by his fath er when he came to the house from the barn Surviving are the parents and two grandparents Mrs John B Brooks of Cedar Rapids and George J Crull of Frcdonia Death Held Accidental MUSCATINE April 27 coroners jury decided the auto crash which resulted in the death of Vic Pahl St Ambrose track star was accidental IOWABEAUTIFUL LAND FROM AN IOWA STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION MAP Iowa is well defined as The Beautiful To those unfamiliar with her scenic features as well as to those who already know Iowa she offers surprisingly varied and interest ing landscape The majestic rugged hills treeclad valleys and rock exposures of the eastern portion of the state the gently rolling terrain of the northern part dotted here and there with sparkling lakes the hills and dales of the Missouri valley on the west and the rolling prairie of the central por tion verging to a more deeply streamcarved topography in the southern half all combine to delight the eye and to chal lenge the statement that Iowa has no scenic Iowa has 65 natural lakes of more than acres her 50 state parks and preserves cover some acres all in the public domain She has over miles of streams and acres of woodland within her borders With an educated citizenry who live above the fog in public duty and private blessed with a wonderful heritage of geo graphical position geological formation and climatological all of these Iowa is Conservation In response to public demand a survey of the States nat ural resources has been made and a longterm development plan evolved to insure their wise use for the benefit of hu This plan known as the Iowa Twentyfive Year Conservation pertains to the conservation of soil waters woodlands wild life and game fishery resources and historical and archaeological phases In preparing such a plan Iowa has led all other states Readily accessible by good roads many beauty spots and recreational areas ore available Leaving the highway one may pause without trespass on public areas that provide scenic views outdoor recreation scientific information historical reminder and social diversion SENATOR HUEY P LONG In New Spring Attire MOtNES April 27 Senator Huey P Long selfstyled Louisiana klngfish came to Iowa to day turned flown an invitation to address the Iowa house of repre sentatives to eat breakfast with three beauty queens and advocated hanging all that crowd in the de partment of agriculture in Wash In Bible times they would have hung every damn one of the senator said Theres no difference now The economic and agricultural situations are horrible Weve never had enough cotton weve never had enough corn Yet they go out and kill thousands of pigs plow under the corn and cot Talks on Wallace In the secretary of agricultures home city Long described Henry Wallace as the man who signs the orders the president wants to put Ive only met Wallace he asserted Ive talked to him over the telephone several times He doesnt know what its all Midway In the discussion two members of the Iowa bouse ofrep resentatives came into the hotel suite to extend an official invitation to the senator to address the as semblythis morning You dont look like Senator Long told them You look intelligent Lawmakers nowadays aint supposed to look so smart1 Declines Invitation The visiting senator declined the invitation politely but and said his Lime this morning was going to be occupied with several conferences after he had breakfast with three Drake relay queens Representatives Arch W McFar lane R of Black Hawk and A H Avery R of Clay posed for a pic ture with the senator and left ob Turn to S Column 4 WORKS MACHINE WHEELS STARTED Roosevelt Prepares to Give Legislative Accounting to Nation WASHINGTON April 27 The administration started the wheels of Its gigantic works ma hine today with Secretary Ickes notifying state public works engin eers to start receiving applications for nonfederal projects to be fi nanced from the fund Meanwhile President Roosevelt decided to give an accounting of the new deal legislative situation to the nation in his Sunday night radio ad dress covering important measures before congress as well as his new public works program Social security NRA banking and holding company regulation will be some of the subjects touched up on He may also give his ideas on iow soon he believes congress should inish its work and adjourn Senate in Session As Mr Roosevelt shaped his ad dress today the senate convened In nc of its few Saturday sessions rying to disentangle itself from the marl caused by a southern filibuster igainst the CostiganWagner anti tn rune 2 Column SAYS PROMISES MADE BY PARTY WERE NOT KEPT Farmers Holiday Group President Speaks to Convention DES MOINES April 27 Milo Reno president of the National Farmers Holiday association turned loose his fury on the national demo cratic administration today The most destructive and regret table act of the administration has been the attempt to destroy peo ples confidence in our form of gov the farm leader told de legates to the national holiday con vention after blasting six sections ol the party platform The promises of this administra tion have not only been ignored and broken to agriculture but to all classes of he charged Reno said the holiday convention plans contained no thought of third party movement He character ized the annual session as a meet ing of Americans interested in so cial justice and the Attacks AAA and NBA In an address sprinkled with epithets Reno attacked the AAA and NRA dubbed the national sec retary of agriculture Lord Com Wallace and lauded Senator Huey Long of Louisiana said re fused to be bludgeoned submission andhad the nerverio tell them to go straight to Reno promised the holiday JLMO datlon la ready and willing to co operate with any group of American citizens of so ciety believer advocated defendsrepresentative government We have no sympthy with nor will will we be asociated in any manner with any group that proposes to substitute a Mussolini a Stalin or a Hitler for our representative form of government Fulfillment Inserting into nig denunciation paragraphs from the national demo cratic platform the Holiday presi dent denied each recommendation and in language challenged fulfillment of the partys promise to bring back the proud positionot domestic Instead of reducing governmental expenditures the expenses of this administration have been more for the same period than during the Worlds Reno said The platform advocated a conv petitive tariff yet hardly had the present administration come into power when it demanded that the president of the United States have complete control of the he asserted Every Line Instead of strengthening the anti trust the speaker declared and while the platform urged re moval of government from fields of private enterprise the record will show that the government has either taken over and operated or else through a system of espionage and control dominates every line of human Where the platform condemns the improper use of money in po litical activities one of the argu ments in the last campaign ixr sup port of the administration was to support the democratic party or Turn In Columij g How For Collectors Everybodys Stamp is he how book for all stamp col ectors It tells how to do everything from avoiding fakes and frauds to what to do with duplicates and no collector should be without a copy The booklet also includes a wealth of information about stamp history first stamps oddities rarities stamp terms valuing stamps stamps of value the high est priced stamps and the worlds famous collections Ten cents in coin will 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