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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 9, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION vouxu FIVE CENTS A COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED W1KE SEKV1CJ5 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 9 1935 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 179 lowans in Washington Gilchrist Is Author of FrazierLemke Bill Report ASHINGTON May 9 When the house agricultural com mittee decided to approve the Frazier Lemke bill to refinance farm mortgages its democratic chairman went to the cornbelt for an Iowa repub lican to write the report Representative Fred C Gilchrist R one of a group of mid dlewestern con gressmen which has been active in a fight for any legislation which would lower inter est rates was the author There are some things in the bill I didnt like to have to defend Gil chrigt said today but it marked an important stage in our efforts to gain recognition of the need for lower farm interest rates Pictures Many Realities The report itself pictured numer ous realities from Gilchrists exper iences in the middlewest The American farmer is a manly man he wrote he believes that he must always perform his con tracts and keep his promises and be loyal to his country and keep and preserve its laws and fulfill his duty to society in general After sketching the results of the depression on the farm Gilchrist raised a series of question But is not his duty to his wife and his children the most sacred of all these he asked Is not his promise to his loved ones as con secrated as all others If he is thrown out of house and home without fault of his own he is likely to feel that force of resentment which might even impel him to re sist force with force Are Feeding America Despair may at times drive the jbest of citizens to desperation and no American citizen has a right to eat the bread that they produce un less he is willing to share with them all of the things that bring about beautiful home living and establish them in society on a basis of decent bountiful intelligent and religious twentieth century citizenship Gilchrist said the bill which would authorize issuance of 000000of inflationary currency for use in refinancing farm mortgages at 1 per cent interest with an nual payments on the principal of per cent was not intended to increase farm indebtedness but to extend farm debts over a long per iod so the farmer can keep a home for himself and his wife and chil dren lowans Not Confident Facilities for getting the farmer into debt Gilchrist wrote are al ready quite adequate but facilities for getting him out of debt are in adequate It has now become our duty to provide farm credit at such rates and oh such terms as will get farmers out of debt Then and not until then will they acquire buying power and be enabled to enter the markets and take part in business activity and in the restoration of prosperity to the whole country and to all classesof people While members of the Iowa house delegation generally have indicated they would support the measure they have little confidence it will be given a chance to get to a vote Getting it out of the committee in both house and senate gave it the greatest progress it ever has at tained in congress Dickinson Predicts New Deal Future PHILADELPHIA May 9 CSV Senator Dickinson RIa told Shrine club members here that fur ther taxation inflation or repudia tion will be the ultimate result of the present trend of government FORECAST IOWA Fair slightly cooler Thursday and Thursday night with possible frost in central and northwest portions Fair Friday and somewhat warm er MINNESOTA Fair with frost cooler in norziieast portion Thursday night Friday fair warmer in west and south por tions IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for J4 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 61 Minimum in Night 43 At 8 A M Thursday Rainfall 11 48 SEAPLANES LEAVE HONOLULU Senate Bonus Supporters Not to Compromise P ATM AN BILL TO BESENTTOFR WITH NO CHANGE President Calls in Hines and Morgenthau to Discuss Topic By NATHAN ROBERTSON WASHINGTON May 9 While President Roosevelt called in his financial advisers today to dis cuss the bonus situation senator supporters of the Patman bill an nounced there would be no compro mise and they would submit the in flationary measure to the president as it passed the senate Tuesday Mr Roosevelt summoned Secre tary Morgenthau and Frank T Hines the veterans administrator for a midafternoon conference to go over the Patman measure prepara tory to a veto Senators who led the fight for the Patman measure providing for pay ment of the bonus with 000 of new currency said they had rejected proposals for a compromise to make the currency issue optional with the president Decide Against Move This had been proposed by Sena tors Clark RMo and Gore D Okla as a means of gaining more votes in an effort to pass the bill over a presidential veto Patman bill supporters decided however to stand on the present measure At the same time Senator Thom as leaderof the Patman bill forces entered motions that would permit him to change his mind later and ask for recon sideration of the vote He said he was making the move as a precau tionary step only and had no inten tion at the present time of going through with it I think the bill is strongest in its present shape the Oklahoman told newspapermen Asked if he had enough votes to pass the measure over a veto Thomas said Trying for Votes We are trying to get them we havent got them now But we cant jet any more votes by reconsider ing If we get one vote we will lose three While these behindthescenes moves were made a filibuster ad vanced in the senate with republi can opponents of the new deals Tennessee Valley authority fighting against consideration of a bill which Turn to page 2 column 4 IOWAS CLOUDS HAVE ROLLEDBY Weather Bureau Forecasts Frost for Central and Northwest Parts DES MOINES May 9 clouds have rolled by at least for the next two days the government weather bureau predictedthis morn ing but its apt to be a little frosty in the and northwest por tions tonight No serious damage was foreseen however Slightly warmer temperatures will accompany tomorrows spring sun Keokuk reported rainfall of 128 inches during the last 24 hours At Davenport 30 of an inch fell at Dubuque 14 at Des Moines 10 and at Sioux City 04 The highest temperature reported was 72 degrees at Waterloo and Al bia The coldest was 39 at Alta Russia Cancels Farm Debts to State Bank MOSCOW May 9 help farmers modernize equipment and improve living conditions the so viet government today canceled all debts of collective farms to the State Bank of Agriculture con tracted prior to 1933 Baby Crash Victim Recovers Little 15 months old Dorothea Metzger of Los Angeles who suf fered a broken leg and other injuries In the crash of a big transport plane near Macon Mo is shown with her nurse in a Macon hospital where she was reported improving Associated Press on Sale July 1 DES MOINES May 9 Issu ance of new drivers licenses to Iowa motorists is to start July 1 under regulations announced today by Mrs Alex Miller secretary of state Applications and the 25 cent fee authorized by the last legislature may be mailed to the motor vehicle department in Des Moines prior to that date Mrs Miller said for the driving permits which will expire June 30 1937 The application blanks will be dis ributed throughout the state prin cipally in the offices of county sheriffs count attorneys and gaso line filling stations Depends OK Record Drivers whose past driving exper ience is clear will be issued licenses without examination but any driver will subject to examination at any future time by the motor vehi cle department the secretary of state declared Licenses now under suspension or revocation will not be renewed or reissued until the period of suspen sion or revocation has expired and all drivers not having operators li censes at the present time will have to pass a mental and physical ex amination required by law Members of the present highway Turn fo page 2 column 5 Coroners Jury Finds Pilot Was Flying Too Low and Without Lights MACON Mo May 9 The ex tended inquiry of a small town cor oners jury into the crash of a TWA airliner today brought demands frpm the body that the department of commerce make a full and com plex investigation of the probable technical causes of the accident which resulted in five deaths While the federal agency made plans to open its inquiry physicians abandoned hopes for the life of Paul Wing Hollywood one of the eight survivors Wing the father of Toby Wing the actress suffered severe chest injuries when the fog bound Sky Chief crashed near here Monday morning All the others were reported improving The jury after questioning 20 witnesses found that the pilot was flying said plane too close to the ground without turning on the land ing lights with which said airplane was equipped Killed by Lightning PLEASANTON May 9 rison Overton 45 was killed when lightning struck the grader on which be was working here His wife and four children survive PROTESTCOOPER STOR1ESPRINTED IN CEDAR RAPIDS Lawyers for ExHead of Liquor Board Appeal to High Court DBS MOINES May 9 A protest against articles appearing in the Cedar Rapids Gazette criticizing the continuance of the appeal of Harold M Cooper former Iowa li quor commission chairman was filed in the Iowa supreme court today by Boardman and Cartwright of Mar shalltown attorneys for Cooper We protest against such tactics on the part of the newspaper men tioned because it seeks to belittle this court and endeavors to make public believe it can by such publication affect its decision the protest said Whether such actions are of that character to require any action on the part of this court or whether too trivial to be dignified by any judi cial notice is not for our sugges tion In Printed Form The protest in the printed form objected specifically to two news paper stories in the Gazette of May 4 The stories were quoted in full in cluding the headlines Struggling to Escape a Showdown and Thompson Explains the Delay in Hearing on Cooper Appeal The protest also set forth corres pondence between the attorneys the supremecouit and charge of the stirtei Tirt of tie Cooper appeal This is but the last of a long series of articles by this same pub lication in which the editor has sought to obtain the credit of dominating and controlling the va rious agencies of the state and par ticularly the courts in this particu lar case as to this particular de fendant all done to prejudge and prejudice the defendant Harold M Cooper the protest declared Should Be Challenged We feel that such an article as appeared May 4 1935 set out above and the inference to be de rived therefrom should not pass unchallenged We are not at all concerned or are we in any way apprehensive of any effect that such publication might have on this court Our only concern Is the effect that such pub lication will have on the unthink ing and misinformed public This court must understand and reassert no criticism of this courts action is in any manner in tended or even suggested All we are showing from the record is that we were as diligently as we knew how endeavoring to obtain an early hearing not indulging in any stall ing strategy Disclaim Any Criticism Neither are we in the most re mote degree in any manner criti cizing the attorney generalsoffice Turn tn pnfcfi 2 column 4 Cant Hold Him A five foot log chain around his neck couldnt Itccp 10 year old Chester Fredericks Jr from running away from home to see a ball game His lather faced charges of neglect in In dianapolis Associated Press One of Two Jail Breakers Caught Whitlow Attempts to Fiun but Two Shots Bring Him to Stop Whitlow 24 Indianola one of the paroled convicts who sawed his way out of the Cerro Gofdo county jail early Tuesday morning and escaped with James Morris 25 Ayrshire was recaptured Wednesday evening about 7 oclock IN THE BLACK AGAIN Bandits Disguised in Uniforms of Police CHICAGO May bandits three of them in police uniforms marched briskly into the West Tay lor street plant of the Edison Gen eral Electric Appliance company early today and seized just delivered for the payroll Net earnings of 134 industrial companies reporting for the first quarter of 1935 were 972 a gain of 165 per cent over the earned by the same companies in the first quar ter of 1934 the New York Jour nal of Commerce compilations show The largest gains were made in the miscellaneous group steel and automobile and auto supply group the steels benefiting from the large production of the mo tors this spring The food group showed the largest decline while oil mining and chemical group earnings were lower Seventyeight companies en gaged in various lines of business reported aggregate net profits of against 280 for the first quarter of 1934 Of these there were 66 profits and 12 losses against 57 profits and 21 losses last year The automobile and auto sup ply group of nine companies re ported net earnings of 000 agaisnt last year There were 8 profits and 1 loss against 7 profits and 2 losses a year ago Earnings of the group were affected by the in clusion of the large earnings of the General Motors corporation Chrysler corporation has not yet reported A group of 15 steel companies reported earnings of against a net loss for the same group a year ago of There were 12 profits and 3 losses against 7 profits and 8 losses last vear GlobeGazette Photo The tip which sent Sheriff Charles Kathan and Deputy Sher iff Bill Dorsey to the Home cafe at Osage to capture Dwight Whitlow who escaped from the Cerro Gordo county jail Tuesday was the result of the publication of Whitlows picture in the Globe Gazette Whitlow was recognized from that picture and officers were called at the Home cafe at Osage where hunger had driven him to get a meal Whitlow pleaded guilty to lar ceny of a motor car and was sen tenced to 10 years on the second such conviction by Judge M F Edwards Thursday morning at Ma son City Whitlow was taken to Ft Madison immediately by Deputy Sheriff Max Studer Sheriff Charles Kathan and Dep uty Sheriff Bill Dorsey made the arrest after they had been tipped off that a man appearing like the escaped prisoner was eating at the cafef The officers waited until Whitlow had finished his meal be fore making the arrest Shot at Twice Whitlow attempted a break for liberty after arrested but two shots from the revolver of Deputy Sheriff Dorssy both of which missed Whit low succeeded in stopping him in his dash for liberty Whitlow claimed that he had not eaten since his escape from the Mason City jail Following the Mason City break according to a confession from Turn 1o pasc 2 roltinin 3 Smith Urges Support for AAA s Plans ST ANSGAR May ques tion confronting the American farmer is whether he shall move forward as he has in the past year or return to the 10 cent corn and 2 cent hogs of 1932 Such was the assertion of Ralph M Smith of Newton member and secretary of the Iowa cornhog committee in an address here last night urging support and continu ance of agricultures triple A Mr Smiths talk was the featured event of a banquet program spon sored by the businessmen of St Ansgar and arranged by the local Lions club The event was held in the gymnasiumauditorium of St Ansgars fine public school build ing and attended by 150 farmers of this locality Muster of Ceremonies Albert Halverson Lion president was the master of ceremonies and Charles Lamb of Mitchell tempor ary chairman of the county corn hog committee introduced the speaker Entertainment was pro videtl by the Rusty Hinge quartet of Mason City Mr Smith began his talk by out lining the reasons why a planned agriculture is necessary He re called Americas accelerated produc tion during the war followed by the period of artificially maintained ex port business on money loaned by America then the abrupt loss of this business through a world structure of prohibitive tariff walls The United States he said was confronted with planning its production for the American mar kjst A program crop curtailment Jn gi gun tic JUK System of Granaries A system of national granaries was advocated by Mr Smith as a means of insuring against the dan gers of shortage of foodstuffs in years of drought or under produc tion otherwise caused A good many of the critics of curtailed production said Mr Smith to the fact that there are people starving in China that we ought to feed them But Im just hardhearted enough to believe that I owe my first consideration to my own family and to my neighbor Another criticism of the triple A Mr Smith pointed out is that it has driven out rugged individual ism Im saying to you that there is no such thing as rugged individual ism in this world of ours today Build a fence around St Ansgar and youll starve in a month The same Turn to page 2 column 5 NAVAL ARMADA ON LONG HOP TO Ships Off on Greatest Mass Ocean Flight Ever Tried HONOLULU May 9 greatest mass ocean flight ever at empted began today when the first of 48 naval patrol planes roared off rom Pearl harbor for Midway is and at am p m It took three hours for the entire flying armada to get into the air or the 1323 mile flight over an un charted route A cloak of wartime secrecy was thrown about the movement of the planes as they slid down the ramp at Pearl harbor for a sensational en ranee into the greatest maneuvers he United States navy has ever staged in the Pacific No Further Word So great was the secrecy sur rounding the unprecedented flight of he squadron observers expected no urther word of its movements af er the takeoff until the arrival at Midway a mere jinpoint in the sea In the maneuvers the armada rom Americas midPacific naval iase at Pearl harbor 12 miles from will join 153 warships and he greatest aircraft force ever sent to sea in mimic warfare over a vast area of the north Pacific Exactly what part the planes will play in the maneuvers or where hey will go from Midway island was clouded in the same cloak of silence that has ocevered every move the fleet has made since it put to sea last week Elissa Landi Film Star Gets Divorce LOS ANGELES May 9 Elissa Landi film star and writer of fiction and verse was granted a divorce today from John Cecil Lawrence London barrister whom she charged with causing her great mental suffering by his alleged un conventional views on married life 2 Ringsted Men Held on Assault Charges ALGONA May 9 hearing was set for today for Ronald Nelson and Merle Jensen both of Ringsted neld on a charge of criminally as saulting two Fenton girls COM GIRL FATALLY HURT Alberta Merriam Dies After Car Fails to Take Turn Near Sexton BRITT May inquest was being held today in the death of Miss Alberta Merriam 18 daughter of Mr and Mrs Sol Merriam of Cor with who died at 5 oclock Wednes day afternoon at the Kossuth hospi tal in Algona from injuries received in an auto accident She was hurt when the car in which she was rid ing left the highway between Sexton and Wesley The girl who was a graduate of Corwith high school suffered a frac tured skull Dr R L Evans Kos suth county coroner came to the Boughton funeral home where the body was brought to conduct the in quiry Attended Wedding Dance Miss Merriam was in an auto driven by Joe Grandjenett of St Benedict returning from a wedding dance held at Sexton when the acci dent occurred at an S corner be tween Sexton and Wesley where the highway crosses the railroad tracks Passing another car at this time Grandjanett failed to make another tur and the car left the highway Robert Boleonius and Marian Van teicher picked up the two victims and took them to the hospital at Al gona Auto Badly Damaged Grandjanett was not seriously in jured Because of the skull fracture and severe lacerations suffered by Miss Merriam her recovery was at once considered doubtful by physii cians The auto was badly damaged in the accident The corner where this accident occurred has been the scene of several accidents some others of which have resulted in fatalities of flight as the ter Newspapermen who applied for admission at the gates of the Pearl Harbor navy yard were turned away and cameramen likewise failed to 5ain entrance Nobody was permit ted inside with a camera Only a few outsiders and these gathered on a hillside nearby saw the beginning of the flight Honoluluans generally paid little attention to the mass flight being aware they would not be admitted to he navy yard and also being ac customed to airplane operations To Arrive Friday The planes it was learned were expected to reach Midway island jy 7 oclock tonight a m Friday Central Standard This would mean about a 10 hour flight since considerable time was required for the start The planes were not expected to lass over Honolulu but head away northwestward from Pearl harbor Turn to pngr 2 column 4 Thoen Installed as Dental President DES MOINES May 9 E J Thoen of Iowa City was in stalled as president the Iowa State Dental society succeeding Dr Roy S Sommers of Des Moines FOOD AT LESS COST A new service booklet on can ning and preserving is available through the GlobeGazette Wash ington information bureau Just off the presses this carefully compiled 48 page booklet offers more than one hundred tested recipes for fruits vgctabies meats How to make tasty jellies jams conserves and marmalades How to pickle fruits and vegetables How to bottle fruit juices in season How lo can meats and chicken for win ter consumption Hints on the lat est scientific methods Send for this handy guide for lousehold economies today Inclose 10 cents to cover cost handling and postage Use coupon The Mason City GIobcGazettfl Information bureau Frederic 7 Haskin director Washington D C I inclose herewith 0 cents in coin carefully wrapped for the booklet Canning and Preserv ing Name Street City State Mail to 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