Mason City Globe Gazette, June 7, 1935

Mason City Globe Gazette

June 07, 1935

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 7, 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 COPY ASSOCIATED PXZSS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 7 1935 SECTION ONE THIS PAPER CONSISTS OK TWO SECTIONS NO 204 McCarl May Be Nominee H i s Condemnation by Norris Seen as Boost By CHARLES STEWART Central Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON June intendingto condemn John Ray mond McCarl in Strong terms Senator George W Norris in the opinion of many politicians may prove to have given just the boost necessary to make his for m e r secretary now comptroller general of the United States a formidable candi date for next years republican nomination His decisions in a number of highly significant instances have been adverse to expenditures pro posed in connec J R McCarl tion with Uncle Sams Tennessee River Valley pow er development plansthe Muse e Shoals project as it perhaps is Bet ter known v Now the activities of the iVA Tennessee Valley Authority are es pecially dear to Senator Norris To have them interfered with is an athema to him at best lo them interfered with by MS mer secretary is worse yet by Norris Hence the senators clnrgs that McCarls attitude is a power tiust atThatin itself would not neces sarily adverse McCarl as a repub i can presidential possibility but the senator then proceeds to ac count for McCarls attitude He sur mises that McCarl has been bitten would have been better by the presidential bee and has been spoiled by it The fact is that McCarl has been presidentially mentioned but no have for BRITAIN CHANGES GOVERNMENT House Approval of Stopgap NRA Seen VOTES TO TAKE UP BILL UNDER LIMITED DEBATE Roosevelt Reminds That Codes Must Abide by AntiTrust Laws BULLETIN j WASHINGTON June 7 Establishment of federal transportation c o m m i s s i o 11 with comprehensive powers over all traffic was proposed o congress today by President Roosevelt 7 Murderers Pay With Their Lives eso turned in his direction Maybe Senator Norns intending precisely the contrary has fur nished the megaphomc outcry It is common political talk that the 1936 standard bearer of tie repub licans should be from tlie midwest Born in Iowa McCarl nearing 56 and therefore not a bad age was born m Iowa and reared in Nebraska He practicing law in Senator home town of McCook Turn In 2 Col was Norris when the SOUTH DAKOTA JOINS MEETING Grass Roots Convention of Republicans Takes in Tenth State SPRINGFIELD HI June 7 The republican grass roots con vention today was extended to take in a tenth midwestern Dakota General Chairman Harrison E Spangler of the conference commit tee announced that a last minute changs Had been made to provide for South Dakota in the delibera tions on 19G6 campaign issues here Monday and Tuesday South Dakota is expected to send 40 persons to the G O P meeting in Abraham Lincolns home town With two congressional districts the additional state will have 30 votes at the convention We had numerous requests from South Dakotans to be included in the conference Spangler said Ac cordingly provision was made to expand the scope of our midwestern conference FORECAST IOWA Generally fair fol lowed by showers in central and west portions Saturday and in extreme northwest portion Fridav night Warmer M N E S OTA Increasing cloudiness showers beginning In west portion Friday night or Saturday and in east portion Saturday warmer Friday night and in east portion Saturday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday 62 Minimum In Night 87 At 8 A M Friday fit Thursday nights minimum tem perature was close enough to the frost level to cause a bit of uneasi ness in growers of beans and other forms of tender vegetation Friday morning however the mercury ap peared to be definitely headed up thp column to warmer levels WASHINGTON June Overwhelming approval of the re lution extending a stopgap NKA organization was clearly forecast to dav when the house voted 280 to 100 to take up the measure imme diately and limit debate This came after President Roose velt at a press conference had emphasized that all voluntary codes of fair practice must conform to the antitrust laws The vote was on what was called a special rule making it in order to proceed immediately to debate and consider the NRA extension resolution Party Drawn Party lines were clearly with most republicans voting no Representative OConnor of New York a democratic leader ral lied his huge party majority with these remarks The NRA is not dead we will not let it die It is not a political issue and the Lord help those who try to make it one A constitutional amendment to give congress the power to make all laws which in its judgment shall be necessary to provide for the general welfare of the people was proposed by Representative Keller D 111 The president also defined the purpose of the new deal as an ef fort to spread security and happi ness Leaves for Hyde Park After the conference he proposed to leave tonight for Hyde Park N Y to pass the weekend before presenting diplomas to the graduat ing class of the military academy at West Point Addressing the tax revision coun cil Secretary Morgenthau laid down a four point program to decide up on a revenue policy His discussion centered around means for untang ling conflicts in levying and col lecting taxes He suggested a study of the en tire problem with a view to making alterations Calls for Study Chairman Rayburn of the house interstate commerce committee in troduced a resolution calling for a commission to study whether a valid railway pension bill could be pre pared The supreme court decreed the measure passed last session was unconstitutional The Union Trust company of Pittsburgh a Mellon enterprise de faulted a board of tax appeals sub pena thereby bringing to an abrupt halt the governments protracted tax case against Andrew Mellon former secretary of the treasury and ambassador to Great Britain Debate Utility Bill The senate continued considera tion of the utility holding company regulation bill The complete files of the Food Drug and Grocery Chain Stores jf America Inc were seized last night from its offices in the Na tional Press building here under a subpena issued by the special house committee investigating alleged lobbying activities of the American Retail Federation inc The organization is composed of 160 groups of the largest chain stores in the country WHISTLES WILL BLOW TO SIGNAL RAILROAD WEEK Salute to Open Local Celebration Monday Morning at 8 Murton Millen Irving Millen Abraham Fa her Ahovp VS supreme court sealed the doom nf Miirton left and Irving Millen and Abra ham Faber right under sentences of death in Massachusctls for murder when it denied petitions for writs of review The trio con victed at Dcdham Mass of the murder nf Policeman Forbes A McLeod during a bank robbiry at Needham died in the electric chair Friday morning Mrs May H Carey 52 went to the gallows at George town prison Georgetown Del with her 27 year old soa Howard she wajjthe llrst whitewonmn to hanged in the state Mother and son were convicted nf the murder of Mrs Careys brother Hohert Hitchins seven years ago The photo of Mrs Carey made 2 years ago is the only one in ex istence Mrs Way H Carey Mrs Carey Son Hanged for Slaying GEORGETOWN Del June 7 TV first white woman to be hanged in Delaware went to her death at dawn today with a prayer for forgiveness on her lips For the seven year old perfect crime slaying of her brother Mrs CUBAN KIDNAP DRIVE STARTED Police and Army Forces Ge Orders Detain Lawyer of Millionaire HAVANA June 7 and army forces were hurriedly 01 dered today to concentrate at San tcs Suarez a suburb in the vicinit of Antonio San Miguels home fo a drive against the 78 year ol mans kidnapers The order was issued a short tim Every available whistle on rail Long Service Ends Five Reported Dead in Japanese Quake LONDON June 7 Ex change Telegraph company report ed today that a severe earthquake had occurred in Srokushow in Tai chu province Japan The report dated Tokio said that five casualties had been reported by 5 p m The market building and Un grammar school were reported o have been wrecked and dwel lings demolished or damaged May H Carey paid with her life on the gallows in company with her eldest son Howard 27 The mother was taken from her cell at a m eastern standard time the trap was sprung at and she was pronounced dead at Taken From Cell Howard was taken from his cell at The trap was sprung 10 minutes later and he was pro nounced dead at 6 a m Mrs Carey walked unfalteringly up the 13 steps and before the cap was adjusted she turned to the wit nesses and said in a trembling voice My way is clear 1 have nothing to say Howard mounted the platform and said what I did was against my will I feel sure anyone in my place would have done the same 1 hope to see my three little ones on the other side He mumbled a prayer as the cap was adjusted Escort of Polipp With an escort of Delaware state police the bodies were taken to Frankford for immediate burial Just before she was taken from her cell Mrs Carey requested that her body be taken through the town of Omar past her mothers home The couples crime was the slay I ing of Robert Kitchens Mrs Careys brother for the 52000 in surance on his life He was bludgeoned and shot to death Ruthless Gang Dies BOSTON June 7 Eng lands most ruthless gang of killers the MillenFaber machine gun trio paid for four wanton killings early today in the electric chair at state prison Murton Millen 25 his brother Irving 21 and their college gradu ate pal Abiaham Faber died with in a space of 30 minutes after mid night for their brief but bloody career of crime They were sen after the victims lawyer Pedro Herrera Sotolongo was detained by police for questioning The police refused immediately to explain what prompted the order but they admitted they expected an encounter with the kidnapers The lawyers detention on unre vealed charges added a new sensa tion to the abduction of the aged railroad magnate Only a short time before his de tention the lawyer announced he was still unable to make a contact with the men who abducted his client but hoped to do so later in the day Friendof the victim tried to per suade police and army authorities to withdraw from the case assert ing their activities were handicap ing efforts to contact the abductors One associate of the former pub lisher legislator and railroad mag nate said the vigilance of police yesterday prevented delivery of S286000 ransom to the kidnapers The valet one of the four serv ants seized with thnir employer was released to deliver the note oad property in Mason City will be jlown in conjunction with a whist ing salvo scheduled for locomotives n duty between Chicago and the Pacific coast and the Canadian and Mexican borders at 8 oclock Mon day morning The salute will open the celebra ion proclaimed here recently by J J Burns as Railroad Week Speeches music displays and ex hibitions will be sponsored by the ve local railroads as part of the campaign to show the traveling niblic how the western railroads lave improved their speed safety equipment riding comfort and low ered rates within the past few years Afiract Travelers By virtue of these improvements the roads are hoping to attract the highest summer pascnger total on record The coordinated outburst of lo jomotive signals will Announce to railway personnel to travelers and to residents of every city village and hamlet that Railroad Week has begun said Harry G Taylor chair man of the Western Association Railway Executives recently I believe I can say that nothing like this has even been attempted before The Welkin ringing feat is to be participated in by every i gme whether it is in transit in de pot or in yards But of course the Choristers will be only those loco motives that are in operation at that hour The whistling will be elimin ated in the vicinity of hospitals and similar institutions Exhibits Scheduled With the week under way sta tions will be decorated and exhibits will be displayed at each station Service clubs will be visited and pro grams will be conducted by railroad employes The public will be given a chance here to see railroading be hind the scenes at shops and round houses Attention is to be paid not only to the progress shown in such mat ters as air conditioning and stream lines but also to the progress made in the west ever since the first transcontinental line was started 70 years ago The week will commem orate a titantic period in American railroad building as well as honor the more recent developments Dur ing the week Iowa and Mason City busincsmen will give time and thought to the railroads which serve them 52 weeks in the year Laval Wins Initial Vote 412 to 137 PARIS June 7 Pierre askingdecree powers to save the French franc from de valuation won a quick vote of con fidence from the chamber today within 17 hours after he had formed a government The vot was 412 to 137 clearing the way for action on the limited decree powers bill by postponing interpolations The vote was taken after the new premier had appealed to the depu ties sense of patriotic duty Undismayed by the defeat of for mer premiers PicrreEtienne Flan din and Fernand Bouisson whose governments fell before the cham ber of deputies hostility to their demands for dictatorial fiscal au thority Laval announced he would advance virtually the same pro gram Swift action to save the franc by a financial houscclcaning heavy deflation and substantial eco nomics was the new premiers ob jective He said he would go before par liament tonight to request the lowers successively denied Flandin and Bouisson These powers would authori7e the government to promulgate by decree measures to combat devalu ation balance the budget and revive business activity With the threat of disorders alarming the capital and the gold reserves of the bank France steadily shrinking Laval consented to become head of the government after five other statesmen had de clined or failed in their efforts to create a ministry roNALDQUITS ALDWIN NAMED RAMSAY MncDONALU JAPANESE SEND Parents of Missing ie New York Boy Fear Kidnapers Took Him NEW YORK June 7 distraught parents of John Kaul were fearful today that their 5 year old son had been kidnaped under the mistaken impression they could pay a sizable ransom The child has been mysteriously missingfrom a playground near the wealthy Sutton Place residential section since early last night The father and mother John and Anna Kaul are in modest circumstances Fears for his safety mounted to day after a fruitless all night search by police and volunteers yielded no trace of him The child was last seen at about 6 oclock last night playing near a retaining wall above the East river Crisis Believed Impendin in Tense North China Situation Accused of Stealing From Park Fmdley MIAMI Fla June 7 court here set bond of for the man booked as Maurice Hanson 26 of Des Moines charged with larceny and forgery of a express check from his employer Park Fiiulley chief of the Iowa bureau of investi gation Findley is here on a vacation and a honeymoon Hanson was bound over for trial Broun Again Named by Newspaper Guild CLEVELAND June 7 wood Broun newspaper columnist of New York was reelected nation al president of the American News paper guild today Convention dele gates chose Broun by acclamation There were no other candidates for the office Members of Parliament in Adjournment for 10 Day Recess LONDON June 7 Baldwin twice prime minister oC jreat Britain accepted that post gain today from King George after Ramsey MacDonald who has served s the head of he government or the last six rcsignc 1 MacD o nal d iien Baldwin by oyal summons oferred with the ing in turn at Buckingham pal ice The retiring rime minister vho is leaving his ligh post be ause of failing health handed iver his portfolio o the king in his majestys private apartment Their udience lasted Stanley Baldnin Modern Bluebeard Executed in Russia KHARKOFF U S S R June 7 P Convicted of murdering 20 women in a little more than 12 months Engineer Maleshoff executed today Boy Hero Admits That He Took DES MOINES June 7 William Fleming Jr 16 who cast himself in the hero role in relating how he fought off robbers April 23 while his parents were away from home signed a statement for Sher iff Charles Keeling admitting he took 5120 and set the stage to bear was i out his story The boy was held for I juvenile authorities OUST SWEITZER AS TREASURER Illinois County Officer Tries to Retain His Office by Force CHICAGO June 7 M Sweitzcr was ousted as county treasurer today after a ser ies of unprecedented events cli maxed by his attempt last night to retain possession of the office by force Joseph L Gill municipal court clerk was elected Sweitzers suc cessor by the county board of com missioners Bqth votes were unani mous Sweitzer failed to produce the S414000 an audit allegedly showed ho was short ropyriclii lirtl ly Press TOKIO June crisis in th tense North China situation a peared impending today as Japanef troops were on the move and th army received government authn ization to apply pressure to the n gion south of the great wall Army transports were sailin from Japanese ports It was offi cially denied however that these activities were directly connected with the Japanese military author ities objectives in Chinese terri tory Meanwhile at Tientsin China a Japanese military attache Major General Rcnsuke Isogai was quoted as sayingit was necessary for China to establish a new government ca pable of cooperating with Japan in maintaining peace in the far east A full report on the SinoJapan ese situation was submitted to Em peror Hirohito by Field Marshal Prince Kotohito Kanin chief of the army general staff A foreign office spokesman de nied that the demands the Japan ese military autooties have pre sented to the Chinese government constituted an ultimatum There is no time limit In the usual sense of an ultimatum he said but the Japanese government hopes China will accept the de mands and settle the matter as soon as possible 51st Army Moves Out TIENTSIN China June 7 Pi Chinese officials announced tonight that General YuHsuehChungs fif tyfirst army which comprised the former governors garrison force here has moved out of Peiping to Paotingfu 90 miles to the south the new seat of the government of Hopeh province As the fiftyfirst army went oil1 Japanese military movements in the streets of Tientsin continued Ds tachmcnts of several hundred Jap anese soldiers with full equipment frequently marched through the crowded Chinese areas almost an hour MacDonald recom mended to the king that Baldwin succeed him and Baldwin as lord jrcsident of the council and leader of the majority party was sum moned as soon as MacDonald had left the royal presence A group ol only 10 women which watched MacDonald go forthIroia No 10 Downing street to resignation swelled to a large crowd by the time Baldwin had startd out and when MacDonald returned they were waiting for him Raises His Hat He raised his hat in acknowledg ment of their interest Baldwins interview with the king lasted only 10 minutes and then he returned to Downing street where the cabinet ministers were assem bling to set his new cabinet in mo tion The arrangements were carried through in such rapid order that the country actually was without a prime minister for only four minutes During this brief time MacDon ald was returning to Downing street and Baldwin was enroute to the palace Their autos passed each other on the Mall The outgoing and incoming prime ministers greeted each other by solemnly raising their tophats Blight Be Relieved MacDonald looked as though he might be relieved by casting off his responsibilities and his usually rave face was brightened by a broad smile as he paused on the steps of his residence before enter ing his limousine He wore a morn ing roat and silk hat MacDonald had been accorded a tremendous ovation upon his ap pearance today in the house of com mons Members of parliament about to adjourn for a 10 day recess rose and cheered the veteran Scotch statesman wildly Turn lo 2 Column G E ELLISON IN Put your money In Iowa form land In spite of the slump in land values Iowa land is still the best investment Land brokers pre dict Iowa farm land will sell for SI 50 an acre before 1936 and we believe they are not far wrong Iowa land is now selling at SI 00 to SI 30 an acre for the best an Associated Press survey shows and many of the deals NASHUA REPORTER are being made in cash Six main reasons as signed for the revived land activity say mid west bank officials and insurance company executives are confidence in business im provement fear of inflation increase in gen eral price levels lower interest rates on loans freer circulation of money and the fact that land is considered a good investment FINE MAP OF 0 S Balloonists Awaiting Favorable Weather j for Strato Flight i RAPID CITY S Dak June 7 balloonists awaitj ing favorable weather to take off from the Black Hills flight base to1 day decided they will drop heavy j batteries at the ceiling of the I flisht perhaps It miles or more I above the earth to lighten the gas j bags load Residents below wont j need to worry however for individ ual parachutes are expected to 1 lower the heavy objects harmlessly j to the ground i Printed from the very latest plates in five colors on strong heavy paper 21x28 inches in size the GlobeGazette service map of the United States will be a daily aid on your vacation tour It shows not oniy the continental United States but all of the Detached Ter Hawaii Puerto Rico and the on the reverse side will be found import ant geographical and uptodate statistical data interesting histori cal facts about each state Enclose 10 cents 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