Mason City Globe Gazette, March 3, 1936

Mason City Globe Gazette

March 03, 1936

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 3, 1936, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLII ilVE CENTS A COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH 3 1936 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 126 Threats of War Seen Japan Blood Purge Is Analyzed by Stewart By CHARLES P STEWART A SHIN GT ON CPAI Pacific coast senators and represents lives take it for granted that Jap ans recent blood purge1 may lead to war between America and the islanders That is to say they reason that the military par ty is in the sad d 1 c in Nippon and their conclu sion is that these bellicose folk will leave Uncle Sam no final alterna tive except to fight If it is to be assumed that the samurai or warrior caste really is in control this may not be a bad guess Japans hereditary man atarms is recognized no more fully anywhere than in Japan itself as a rabid animal when he goes But proportionately he isnt very numerous Militarists Defeated Indeed to judge from much cen sored accounts from Tokio the SWEEPING TAX CHANGES SOUGHT Britain Announces Expansion of Army and Navy CITES DANGERS OF WAR AND ITS DEFENSE NEEDS Mobilizes Industry for Instant Readiness If War Comes By CHARLES P NUTTER Copyricht 1938 by The Associated Britains gov ernment announced Tuesday a vast immediate expansion of its army navy and air forces and industrial mobilization for instant readiness in case of war A white paper or government re port said the rearmament and in 7 Japanese Generals Ask to Resign From Council Assassinations Rebellion blood purge was a sequel to the ovj creased national defenses were made erwheiming defeat the militarists necessary by complications of the had suffered shortly beforehand at international situation combined with a deplorable and undeniable worldwide expansion of armaments The United States Germany Bel gium France Italy and Soviet Rus sia were listed as having embarked already on similar plans Dangers of Citing dangers of war and pro the polls Beaten they turned to assassina tion of the leaders of the winning element The fact remains that they evi dently are in a small one They are dangerous An antimili taristic Japanese cabinet member is a poor life insurance risk He not only is likely to be killed but the samurai who killed him may go un punished he will be acclaimed by Ms class as a hero anyway The ori ental holds life cheaply his own in cluded How cheaply he holds it is difficult or impossible for the occi dental mind to comprehend Change in Opinion TOKIO of the highest ranking generals of the Japanese army Tuesday night asked permis sion to resign from the supreme war council of the empire owing to a feeling of indirect responsibility for last Wednesdays rebellion and as sassinations of government leaders They asked Gen Yoshiyuki Ka washima minister of war to trans mit their joint resignations to Em peror Hirohito saying they felt re sponsible for the conditions in the army which had made the rebellion possible The generals who took this ac tion are Senjuro Hayashi and Sadao Araki both often mentioned as pos sibilities for the premiership No buyuki Abe Jinzaburo Mazaki Giichi Nishi Kenksehi Yueda and Count Juichi Terauchi GEN SADAO ARAKI claiming a necessity for means of j defense against aggression and en forcement of collective security the white paper discloses A fresh examination of the posi tion made last summer and autumn led to the conclusion that it was necessary to make further changes in the royal air force and speed up measures contemplated for modern i ization of the army and navy to All the same the averageuptoI provide as rapidlyas possible neces date Japanese considers the samurai sary reserves of stores of ammuni anachronistic tion and equipment and organize in My personal association as a forj dustrial resources of the country in eign newspaper correspondent in such a way as to allow immediate Japan was mainly with native j expansion of productive capacity in nwspapermen They were not sam uraiites They were willing per haps as any occidental to go to war but they did not can to fight a least not needlessly But the hoi polloi of the Japanj ese They had not to be sure and probably havent yet the enlighten ment of the newspaper group Nevertheless they were not pro samurai The samurai are an aristocratic group The ultra aristocrats were the daimio being as I have had it explained to me by Japan ese friends a big Samurai Policy But even the plain samurai had come to be regarded by the ordin ary citizenry as a load to be carried of date useless and quarrel some The intelligent Japanese had ar rived at a point where he rated the cult as interesting in literature and on the stage but as highly undesir able inpublic affairs Japanese big business had reachedthe same conclusion Premier Inukai its spokesman was assassinated in 1932 for warn case of an Parliament will debate the while paper next week To Name New Minister Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin will name a new cabinet minister as CHILDREN RECEIVE PREFERENCE DURING NEW YORKS STRIKE Try to Complete Tieup of Building Service in N Y Squadrons of Strikers Make Raids to Force Out Employes NEW YORK out bursts of violence flared in the building workers strike as roving bands of strikers sought re cruits to the walkout and visited buildings in which their jobs had been taken over by replacement workers The clashes following a night in which more than 300 cases of disj ing to walk up and down many NEW YORK build ing service workers may not have adopted women and children first as their motto but some children1 at least got preferential treatment What the up one picket at 65 West 96th street ex claimed Ah not the kiddies Well take care of Closed Other children got in their opin ion an even more preferred treat ment Most of the private day schools in the strike affected areas suspended classes so there would be no chance of their small pupils hav deputy chairman of the imperial de fense committees to supervise co ordinate and control the huge arma ment expansion The problem before us differs materially from that with which we were faced in the great the government announced pointing out that the ItaloEthiopian conflict showed claims on Britains defenses in various parts of the The urgency of Britains rearm ament was emphasized by the an nouncement that the government would attempt to prevent extrava gant profits to the munitions indus try but that it will be important however to see that the work is not delayed by overelaboration of fi nancial Concede Parley Collapse The government conceded virtual i collapse of naval limitations as reg uiatcd by the Washington and Lon j don treaties denounced by Japan and expiring at the end of this year his country that he not Thc government report announced continue to finance Japans military activities on the Asiatic mainland In did not matter that he could not He was assassinated because he did not whether he could or not Typical samurai policy Losing Support Samurai crazy But how far it is backed by Japa nese public opinion Seemingly it is not so supported if the last Japanese election means anything Japanese grabs in North China are supposed to have been underta ken to absorb Japans overproducI tion Recent information is to the ef fect that japans big business has assimilated all the effect of this ex Japanese overpopu lation has not been relieved by it a bit plans to lay down the keels for two capital ships in 1937 addition of men to the navy men to the army and 250 planes to the air force The white paper or government report announced that moderniza policy is of course j tion of Britains existing battleships i would be continued Fanner Injured When His Team Runs Away WASHINGTON Iowa MusU farmer living five miles southeast of here remained in a serious condition in a hospital here Tuesday as a result of injuries suf fered in a runaway A frightened team threw Musil from his wagon on to a mud road and he was found unconscious by farmers Musil was paralyzed from the ilips down 5 Cruisers Included Five cruisers will be included in the 1936 building program in the scheme to bring up the total of Britains cruisers to 70 of which 60 will be under age and 10 over age A steady replacement program for destroyers and submarines is the report said A new aircraft carrier of a smal ler type will be laid down at an early date The growing naval im portance of the fleets air arm will necessitate considerable expansion of its present The white paper did not estimate the cost of the vast rearmament order were reported to police con tinued even as representatives of the Building Service Employes union and spokesmen for realty owners tried to thresh out their differences in a conference at Mayor LaGuardias chambers In the presence of a special guard and eight passengers five men yanked Sol Drinaututi 23 from an elevator in a 16 story building at 352 Fourth avenue and beat him Drinaututi was a replacement worker Augment Police Forces Police forces were further aug mented to cope with the situation Flying squadrons1 of strikers visited the Wall street section but their efforts at impressing workers met with little success They hurled taunts at employes of the New York Stock Exchange building Dont be yellow Come out on strike they shouted None of the workers heeded their call At the City BankFarmers Trust building the strikers were ac corded a similar lack of response Excitement ensued briefly at both places Police dispersed the flying flights of stairs Peddler Is Opportunist One peddler proved himself an opportunist He approached apart ment tenants with the invita tion Get your corn plasters foot pow der and seat cushions right Numbers Racket Hit Among the industries hardest hit by the strike was the numbers racket Collectors according to pickets and patrolmen on duty re fused to plod upstairs to get the bets of maids and other servants on higher floors Use Novel Scheme Telegraph agencies hit on a novel scheme to keep their deliveries go ing through Relays of messenger boys were placed at six floor inter vals in skyscrapers of the financial district Each would run hand on the message and return to i his post for more The conference at the mayors office was the second since strike began last Sunday Labor Board Member tne Butchers Neighbors Steer ROCKWELL CITY with butchering a steer belonging to a neighbor and trading the meat for groceries W S Lantz Rinard farm er waa indicted by the Calhoun county srand jury Iowa Falls Will Vote on Retiring of Debts IOWA two candi dates filed for place on the ballot at the school election to be held next Monday March 9 They are Mrs A H McLeod and Mrs W E Welden both at present members of the board of education Miss Elinor Cobb present school treasurer also seeks reelection and Is without op position Besides the selection of two directors and a treasurer voters will express an opinion on whether the received as insurance on the North Ward school when it burned in 1933 should be used to re tire present bonded indebtedness Meeting with the conferees Tues day was Ben Golden associate di rector of the national labor rela tions board He was there not as an official representative of the board but at his invitation said Mayor LaGuardia The Building Service Employes union is an affiliate of the Ameri can Federation of Labor but the strike is entirely in the hands of the local unit of the union Officials of the Hotel Workers union announced Tuesday that seven more hotels went on strike affect ing to workers They in cluded the Martinique New Weston Navarro and Beekman Towers I Houlihan president of the local unit of the organization said he was awaiting word from officials of the Building Service union before calling a strike in the Pennsylvania Astor and McAlpin hotels WPA Laborer 70 Killed in Accident COUNCIL BLUFFS UP Joe Kermeen 70 WPA laborer was in stantly killed Tuesday morning when a slide of dirt apparently loosened by recent thaws broke off the side of a cliff where he was loading dirt and crushed him against the side of a truck His back was broken Doorman in Disguise Arriving guests at Delmonicos on Park avenue were greeted by a doorman who had doffed bis major domos uniform and gold braid for a plain blue serge suit and felt hat With a decidedly furtive air he dashed out to open automobile doors dashed back to the foyers shelter Estate Pays Tax DES MOINES estate of George A Bereiter of Brighton oaid the state treasurer Tuesday a lax of on a valuation FORECAST IOWA Increasing cloudiness with rain turning to snow in northwest late Tuesday night or Wednesday and in east and south portions Wednesday somewhat warmer in east portion colder in northwest late Tuesday night Much colder Wednesday MINNESOTA Cloudy rain turning to snow Tuesday night and in east and south Wednesday colder Tuesday night much cold er Wednesday and in northwest Tuesday nigbt IN MASQN CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 nour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday moiming Maximum Monday 36 Minimum in night 30 At 8 a m Tuesday 34 The gradual melting of the past week or two has reduced the Mason City average snow level to less than a foot from its maximum of inches reached in the middle part of February After reaching 46 above Tuesday forenoon the mercury dropped to 42 at noon The 46 read RIVERS RISE IN SOUTHWESTERN PART OF STATE Rain Turning to Snow Predicted as Flood Threat Grows DES MOINES with ice streams and rivers in southwest Iowa poured mounting floods over their lowlands Tuesday The West Kishnabotna river choked with ice for 15 miles be tween Randolph and Hamburg pil ed out of its banks over highway 3 east of Sidney A half mile of the road was under a surging flood cut ting off all traffic The Boyer river south of Missouri Valley broke out of its levels ear ly Tuesday flooding over hundreds of acres of lowlands Willow Creek to the west of Missouri Valley also turned into an ice bearing torrent of thaw water To Blast Out Ice Highway maintenance engineers gathered dynamite to blast out ice jams threatening to sweep out sev eral bridges along these streams as the water mounted higher and high er behind them To the south of Council Bluffs Mosquito creek poured over its lanks flooding the new South Oma ha road and more than 400 acres of and in the Lake Manawa area Indian creek that water course thfough Council Bluffs which floods he city at every Opportunity so far las been held to its banks but only y blasting out several ice jams Threat Keeps Growing As the day advanced the threat of floods extended And the weatherman had little to offer in the way of consolation Rain turning to snow was in prospect Tuesday night and Wed nesday he said and while the rain wasnt expected to be heavy he cautioned that you never can tell for sure what the weather will do this time of Moreover Tuesdays temperatures fed the floods as they mounted inti the fifties and sixties over the state reducing the snow to water Relative Proposition The much colder Wednesday forecast the weatherman explained is a relative is ON THE INSIDE Daily Press rhoto DR FREDERICK J SWIFT Swift New Head of Iowa Soldiers Home ON PAGE 2 Road Bond Refunding Sales Are Scheduled ON PAGE 12 Albia Wins Crown in Jaysee Tussle ON PAGE 13 Postal Receipts Show Gam Despite Weather ON PAGE 9 much colder in comparison Tuesdays Low temperatures forecast with for early Wednesday were 25 above in the northwest 35 above in the north east and 40 above in the It probably wont get much warmer if any the weatherman these tem peratures wont halt the thawing and Adjt Gen Charles swung his flood emergency up Monday by Gov Clyde L Herrings flood control conference into action Tuesday morning Jams First Problem Reports he said that our immediate problem is to get the jams blasted out of southwest Iowa streams Its no use try ing to build levees as long as ice dams up the water commission engineers were reporting progress of the floods to him and the points where dynamite was required so he coulcl arrange supplies Grahl Monday asked all county engineers to inform him at once of the number of lowland residents in heir counties who might have to move in case of floods so he could mobilize the national guard for evacuation work At Riverton a guard was main tained atthe railroad bridge over the East Nishnabotna river Ice jammed behid the bridge Monday night and threatened to tear it out Pony Creek Flooded At Pacific Junction west of Glen wood and south of Council Pony creek flooded the west part of the town with 10 to 20 inches of water Highway 134 south of the town was reported under water Atlantic authorities issued flood warnings Monday night to dwellers along the Nishnabotna there A Cass county road crew blasted out one five mile ice gorge into moving again A tributary between Audubon and Atlantic was reported out of its banks FAMILIES LEAVE HOMES IN MISSOURI LOWLANDS Demory Third of His Clan to Meet Gangsters Death Slaying Linked to That of Half Brother Machine Gun Jack McGurn CHICAGO slaying of Anthony of his clan to meet a gangsters was linked to the assassination of his half brother Machine Gun Jack McGurn Supervising Capt John Stege an nounced his belief Demory died be cause he had boasted I know the guys that killed Jack Im going to get The striking similarity of the two executions prompted the official theory that they had been carried out by the same trio of gunmen Demory 24 was playing cards with three others in a Little Italy j poolroom Monday night Three men their faces shadowed by over coat collars walked in They bran dished pistols The leader cried Patrons All Rise This is a A score of them Anthonys brother Joseph Demory ose Ten shots were fired at Anthony Three struck him The assailants fled Just 17 days ago three gunmen shouting This is a stickup slew machine gunner for Al a bowling alley Demory wounded in the head shoulder and side died in a hospital within an hour He was unable to talk His Mother Weeps Mrs Josephine Gebardi Demory mother of the victim sobbed First Vincent then Tony My Tony they didnt have to kill As officers led Joseph away for questioning she called after them want to get him too Take care of right name was Vincent the child of her first husband Demory was the son of her second husband Angelo alcohol cooker slain in 1923 a block from lastnights mur der scene lave left their homes in the face of lood danger officials here said Tuesday Creeks and drainage ditches in the area were filled with ce and running bank full North of Mondamin Iowa on highway 75 half a ijozen families were moving out of their homes in the lowlands as the Soldier river cut off flooded these lands The cutoff is Ethiopians on North Front Are Crushed League Gives Warring Nations Week to Seek Peace By EDWARD J NEIL Copyright 1936 by The Associated WITH THE NORTHERN ITAL IAN ARMY AT THE FRONT ETH Italian army Tuesday crushed Ethiopians under the command of Rag Imeru governor o1 j Gojjam province concluding a bat tle begun three days ago The Italian victory smashed the last complete Ethiopian army on the northern front The victory was as complete as those over the armies of Ras Mul ugheta Ras Jassa and Ras Seyoum Ras Imerus army was defeated on the western front along the Tak kaze river where the Ethiopians sought to bar the fascist legions from moving in the direction of Lake Tana headwaters of the Nile LEAGUE AWAITS REPLY TO APPEAL FOR PEACE league of nations committee of representing every member of the council except Italy decided Tuesday to appeal to Italy and Ethiopia for peace and gave the two nations one week in which to reply The date was fixed specifically at March 10 at which time the com mittee will meet again The members agreed unanimously on the test of the peace appeal Its draft was discussed earlier in the day by Anthony Eden British foreign s e c r efa r y and Pierre Etienne Flandin the French foreign minister Private Banking Abolished Private banking in Italy was abolished Tuesday by a sweeping banking reform passed by the council of ministers in a session at which Premier Mussolini declared anew fascisms defiance of league of nations sanctions The cabinet ordered the four big gest banks in Bank of Italy the Banca Commerciale Ital iana Credito Italiana and Banco Di public banks Status Is Confirmed The ministers also confirmed a public bank status for a number of other important banks including the Banco de Napoli Banco de Sicilia and Banca Nazionale del Lavoro The strength of the Bank of Italy was reduced to a capitaliza tion of lire about to be subscribed to by the public banks A report was published in Lon don that Emperor Haile Selassie had sued for peace at Geneva but the activities of the league of na tions did not serve to substantiate this angle Prepare Oil Embargo As a matter of fact league offi cials prepared a program for the carrying out of an oil embargo against Italy if the member nations should call for one as an additional sanction against 11Duces govern ment At his cabinet meeting Premier Mussolini praised the neutrality pol icy of the United States as an in strument of world peace Obliquely his praise was interpreted a criticism of nations which had ap plied sanctions against his govern ment for the war with Ethiopia Great Britain one of the chief sanctionist nations let it be known that she was preparing for defense against any eventuality MISSOURI VALLEY j an artificialchannel carrying wat 100 families living in the Missouri i erg of the Soldier river to the Mis FRANCE AGREES MS DEMANDS Will Accept Tons Limit on Battleships Until 1940 LONDON An authoritative source said Tuesday that France had agreed to the United States de mand for a maximum limit of 000 tons for battleships agreeing to that figure until 1940 This source said the agreement had been reached in a conference between American and French dele gates to the international naval conference thereby removing one of the major obstacles to the confer ences conclusion Previously one of the reasons for the conference deadlock waa the fact that the French wanted a maximum of tons set on capi tal ships while the United States held out for the higher maximum on ing was the highest so far for 1936 river lowlands southeast of herelaouri river PRESIDENT ASKS NEW CORPORATE LEVIES SYSTEM Congress Is Stunned by Breadth of Revision Plan Proposed TEXT ON PAGE 18 WASHINGTON A tax re vision program which stunned con gress by its breadth was by President Roosevelt Tuesday as a means of raising revenue for the farm program and the bonus In a special message which was greeted cooly by some democrats and condemned from within repub lican ranks Mr Roosevelt asked re peal of the present corporate tax system which brings in almost a billion dollars a year and urged substitution of a drastic tax on un distributed corporation profits This levy designed to force bil lions of dollars into distribution among stockholders was estimated to yield roughly at Raise Extra Revenue Treasury experts said the new proposal would not only cover the taxes the president asked congress to repeal but would raise 000 a year additional for the farm program and the bonus This was the only permanent tax proposed The president also asked tem porary processing taxes and a spe cial windfall tax to replace processing taxes which were lost during the current fiscal year amounting to in round figures The chief executive told congress ils proposalswould not only simpl fy the but would plug up one of the biggest leaks in the present laws Asked to Repeal Congress was asked to repeal the existing capital stock tax the cor joration excess profits tax the graduated corporation income tax nacted only last year and the resent exemption of dividends from the normal 4 per cent tax on individual incomes On Capitol Hill hostility develop ed even among democrats of the house ways and means committee which will write the legislation I dont think that the taxing of corporate surpluses is the proper said Representative Thomp son I believe it would have a very adverse effect en business that should very shortly begin to absorb some of the unemployment It is hard to reconcile with the presidents breathing spell an nouncement and my action as a member of the committee will be exactly in accord with those Consider Procedure The committee assembled at p to consider procedure on the tax program The president in his message said consistent policy with his budget message calls for such tax ac Representative Mapes however predicted there would be no tax law this session that congress would fuss over it and then go home The only reaction of Chairman Doughton of the ways and means committee was We are going to take it and study it Representative Treadway ranking minority member of the ways and means committee repeated that he still favored re ducing expenditures instead of in creasing taxes Suggestion Dangerous I think the suggestion of taxing undivided corporation income is very ho added Asked whether the tax proposal would add emphasis to a drive for payment of the bonus through cur rency expansion Representative Patman replied I imagine it might It is likely stir We will have to give that mes studying and a little remarked Cullen N a member of the Ways and means committee It is a pretty bitter dose of medicine for business to asserted Representative Bacharach N also of the ways and means committee 1 dont believe the committee will report out such a bill as the president enunciated in his tax message Another commiSteemaflj Repre sentative said he stillthought general ex cise tax the bertdy for raising the money Senator of Kentucky e ou or e ger the grounds that the American democratic member the serate fleets needed long cruising ranges J finance ;

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