Mason City Globe Gazette, March 18, 1936

Mason City Globe Gazette

March 18, 1936

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 18, 1936, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLII FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS JuEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MARCH 18 1936 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 139 Hull Speech Lacks Fire Administration May Use Secretary in Campaign SWEEP EASTERN STATES w i t h By CHARLES P STEWART ASHI N G T 0 N ad min is t r a t i on evidently desires j to use Secretary j of State Cordcll I Hull as one of its star speakers in the coming national c a m paign It is men ting him as a spell binder now Perhaps Cor dell Hull is the ablest public a statesman rather than a mere politician but I doubt that he can spellbind He knows what to say but he says it with no oratori cal verve It is an education in gov ernment to read what he has writ ten or to listen to him across his resk as I have done when he was in congress However he hasnt thc declamatory flair He is impressive to the fact a very Venizelos Former Premier of Greece Dies ITALY LIKELY TO Aasgaard of Lake Mills BP PRPm PRfiM Seeks State Senate Seat handsome man But what does that do him over the radio Words Have Substance When Hull makes a speech it is ipeech it is the reading of good essay but not a s an essay It is a corkin ALL I League Seeks Unanimous i Stand in Action on I Germany j By DEVON FRANCIS Associated Press Staff Writer A prominent member of the league of nations council predicted Wednesday night that the league would remove all sanctions from It aly in order to obtain an unanimous condemnation of Germany for de nouncing the Locarno treaty This member declared that it was known that both Anthony Eden foreign secretary of Great Britain and PierrcEtienne Flandin foreign minister of France would welcome the opportunity of removing all re read in piping tones with no from Itaiy at the present phasis no fire moment TTVio t til w lilt ii His words have substance Itajj Rejecfs sanctions es they the Locarno treaty he lacks is When he was in the house of rep t and then in the senate his fellow lawmakers had the high resoect for his attainments but ev Generally scattered when he arose to address them subsequently Tvenising his remarks minutely in lernationa tbo congressional Record His ideas interested but it was too tiresome to hearken to him as a speaker in PreKadio Days Nazi Germany drew Italy to her sociation Candidacy for Nomination by Republicans LAKE A Aas gaard editor and publisher of the Lake Mills Graphic announced his candidacy Wednesday afternoon for the republican nomination as state senator from the district made up of Mitchell Worth and Winnebago counties i The position is now held by Leo Elthon of Fertile prominently men tioned in recent weeks as a possible candidate for the governorship and lieutenant governorship Whether Senator Elthon plans to be a can didate for state office or seek re election to the legislature has not been announced In Lake Mills 50 Years Mr Aasgaard was born at Albert Lea 56 years ago find came to Lake Mills at the age of 6 years The Graphic has been cited numer ous times as an outstanding country weekly and last year Mr Aasgaard was one of the four master edi tors cited by the Iowa Press as in combatting any At present the local man is serv ing as governor of the 40 Lions clubs of northeastern Iowa compris tions as a penalty for denouncing i mg District 9A He has held nearly move might be made by the league of nations council to impose sanc As German delegates to the inI council of guilt ar rived in London to it with the league body on questions brought up bv remilitarization of the Rhine lond Italy announced the fascist dictatorship would have no part in every office at the command of his neighbors president and secretary of community club Lions president postmaster but this is the first time he has sought other office A Newspaper Family Mr Aasgaard is of a newspaper undeclared war in Ethiopia French Flatly Refuse ing of the Graphic here Another i son and sister are also actively The Italian statement of position j engaged in journalism A Hul apparently sold himself to sanctions against Germany his home state of Tennessee on his i Financia and economic sanctions ifamily A is merits in preradio times Even are n against Itajyfor the associated with him Irrthe puttish then his oratorical deficiencies must have handicapped him Still the Tennessee folk were his neighbors who unquestionably recognized his worth from contact with him Similarly his acquaintanceship in cciJTess was personal As secretary of state he hasn t had to make platform The fact that he cannot orate has not mattered But his ability has counted Has Increased Alone among thc cabinet mem hcs his prestige has increased throughout the Roosevelt adrnmis tration He has lived down Ray mond Moley He has kept olear of such squabbles as Secretary of the J in fell upon the ears of representatives of Locarno signatories who were deadlocked in their attempts to straighten out the tangled Euro pean crisis The French had flatly refused even to consider a British proposal for a FrancoGerman deI militarized zone along the Rhine i Despite a violent storm of criti cism the British did not abandon their belief that a temporary neu tral zone between the German and French military forces would ma terially aid the situation Dr J A Aasgaard of Minneapolis is president of the Norwegian Lu theran church of America Thelocal editor indicated that he would make an active campaign be tween now and the June primaries Ask For Reductions DES MOINES the last five days the state board of assess ment and review received requests for reductions in assessments on 46 Stanley M Bruce president of the i properties valued at sum league council announced that the j Interior Ickcs has been mvolvea in councirs committee of 13 will and of such scandals as have ini mcct Thursdav to start negotiations volved Secretary of Commerce fQr haltjng the war in Ethiopia Ropers department He hasn t been Exccpt Italv mixed up in politics like Postmas Thfi of 13 if com ter General Farley Far from nav n mcmbers of the council TWO I ing dwindled to mediocrity like two or three other members of President Roosevelts official family he has made in the face of a none too O t irtii exception if Italy The council ot guilt prepared to brand Germay as a violator of trea ties Thursday with support for the unmistakably Balanced Brain Tnisters Ii is no secret that Hull was chosen for the premier cabinet post AS a mightily substantial piece of furniture He balanced the brain trustrrs He was and is a moderateliberal without being a HP was and is practically respectable in the conservative sense of the word without being a reactionary His record in office from the present administrations standpoint could not have been improved on He is not too advanced to offend conservatism He is liberal enough to mollify radicalism And he is a high class statesman to satisfy anybody Can He Hypnotize But can he modern conditions hypnotize the rank and file of voters A radio audience I can see them tuning out on him in short order Many speakers need ghost writ ers to prepare their speeches for them they can furnish the elocu tion Secretary Hull can do his own writing What he needs is a ghostly pair of lungs to elocute for him promising start on inauguration resolution already day 1933 I pledged by Spain He is a bit too international tor Germany Thursday formally will some tastes but he is a big ma jown nations repre sented on the league of nations council in London to consider the reichs denunciation of the Locarno pact and its violation of the Ver sailles treaty Tnc wording of the resolution of condemnation remained to be de termined Proposals for Peace But of more far reaching conse quence were the proposal of Ger man Chancellor Adolph Hitler for a new system of peace covenants and the repeated French demand that Germany submit its case to The Hague and abide by that courts de cision If The Hague tribunal should de cide that Germany had breacned treaties in remilitarizing the Rhine land by dispatching troops into it March 7 a withdrawal of the troops might be called for That the reichsfuehrer has warned could not be complied with FINDS DYNAMITE CHARGE IN COAL Cedar Rapids Council j Swea City Man Discovers It Members All Get hy First Hurdle in Race CEDAR RAPIDS bers of the city council hurdled the primary Tuesday in their race for reelection Finalists incumbents first are For mayor F K Hahn J F Currell for finance commis sioner Louis Burgus J Earle Booth for public safety Dan Kruid enier W C Benesh public improve ments Dave John L Starman parks Ed Stefan Ed Sbeftic Just Before Shoveling It Onto Fire SWEA Poole Wed nesday considered himself a lucky what might have been As he was about to shovel some coal into the boiler of the Swea City creamery company lie discovered a charge of dynamite in the fuel The fuse cap and dynamite were ar ranged so as to provide a ready ex plosion It was believed at the creamery that the charge was originally set in the coal mine and failed to ignite ON THE INSIDE VALLEE Rudy Vallees Rebuilt Nose Gets Punched ON PAGE 2 Cooper Pleased With High Court Decision ON PAGE 2 Mason City Team Has Good Tourney Record ON PAGE 13 Godfrey Is Named to New Office at Ames ON PAGE 20 WPA Transient Workers to Build Wall ON PAGE 10 With All My Serial Story ON PAGE 4 MARTIN A AASGAARD TANKS EXPLODE OIL WORKS AFIRE Blaze Breaks Out on Banks of Flooded Allegheny at Pittsburgh FITTSBURH broke out in the Waverly oil works on the banks of the flooded Allegheny riv er in nearby Lawrenceville Wednes day and threatened to spread to nearhy Oil tanks exploded roar heard throughout the community Six alarms brought out all avail able firemen Flaming oil spurted from the bursting tanks and set fire to near by buildings of the Pittsburgh Spring Steel company Traffic on all roads in the vicinity was stopped Firemen were endangered by the swollen waters of the river that swirled about the Burning struc tures Hose lines were carried through the djoining buildings of Nuttall Weatinghoiise Electric and Manu facturing companj where 350 men were thrown out of work by the flood The cause of the fire was not de termined Another fire broke out in the Metzger Bolt and Nut company at nearby Etna after an explosion and threatened to spread to a row of flooded homes Embers were carried over the community and firemen were un able to reach the scene with their apparatus Flood waters were high above the fire plugs Dozens of families were trapped in their homes and unable to leave WIFE AND 2 WITH HI PARIS DEATHBED Career Closed Just as Followers Hoped for Comeback By CHARLES FOLTZ Associated Press Foreign Staff PARIS Venize los 72 former premier and father of the Greek republic which has now becomes a monarchy died in self imposed exile Wednesday after a short ill ness His wife and two sons Sopho cles and Kiriadis were at his bed side when he suc cumbed at a a C S to com plications arising from a slight at VENIZELOS I tack of influenza early this month The statesmans health had been Roosevelt Asks Congress to Vote Billion and Half for Work Relief for Year WASHINGTON Roosevelt Wednesday asked congress to appropriate for work relief during the next govern ment yeabeginning July 1 In a special message to congress the chief executive reviewed the unemployment problem proposed that the new funds go entirely to the works progress administration and added The trend of reemployment is upward but this trend at its pres ent rate of progress is inadequate I propose therefore that we ask private business to extend its operations so as to absorb an increasing number of the unemployed None to Be Needed Later If the employment gains are substantial enough no additional appropriation by the next congress for the fiscal year 1937 will be necessary The ultimate cost of the federal works program will thus be determined by private In making the request for Mr Roosevelt noted that more than would be spent out of the treasury in the next fiscal year from prior approp riations while thc budget contained for various public works and the civilian conservation corps The gross projected relief outlay consequently approximated This compared with the presidents estimate that relief out priation and further plans and poli cies be necessary Task of Industry It is the task of industry to make further efforts toward in creased output and employment and I urge industry to accept this responsibility I present this prob lem and this opportunity definitely to the managers of private busi ness and I offer in aid of its solu lays in the current financial year tion the cooperation of all the ap wili amount to Will Give Security In making his relief request Mr Roosevelt told congress I pripriate departments and agencies of the federal Mr Roosevelt said that in De cember 1935 there were generally poor since he came to j previ0usly submitted to the con Paris after the failure of the Greek j gress to provide for the civilian revolution of March 1935 resulted conservation corps and certain pub VCi lr it This request together with those I people at work than m March Public Debt at New High of 31 Billion WASHINGTON public debt shot up abruptly Wednesday to the new high level of as first fig ures on the big March borrowing appeared on the treasury state ment The March financing consisted of a gross turnover of 000 Of this total was in the nature of conversion sub exchange of old se curities for new cash borrowing of Out of the cash receipts however wasappropriated for the retirement of notes which fell due March 16 As a result the actual new cash borrowed in the midmonth financ ing was The conversion offering was for the benefit of notes amounting to approximately which mature on April 15 As a resWt of the iDOrrowing the treasury net cash balance rose to the unusually high level of In arriving at the net public debt this cash on hand would be deductible Snowdrifts Deep on Canadian Highways WINNIPEG highways for a diistance of 100 milds west of Winnipeg were reported Wednesday in restoration of the monarchy and wrecked the hopes of the republi cans Passed Venizelos generally regarded as oneof moderns times passd his physicians announced Death in exile closed Venizelos career just as his followers were hoping for bis return from his sec ond retirement Venizelos quit politics after an at tempt was on his life in 1933 and retired to his native Crete to end his days in peace but he did not stay there long the collapse of the March which he headed Veni zelos fled from the island south of Greece to Paris Plebiscite He November 1935 Greek plebescite which result ed in thc restoration of King George as a bitter only 20 per cent of the Greek people were royalists Former Premier Panayoti Tsal daris proBalkan and antiItalian policy had aroused Venizelos to as sume the leadership Of the abortive March 1935 coup detat After the revolt was crushed by the loyal army Venizelos with his wife and other republican leaders escaped to Paris safe from the death sentence which was passed upon him during his exile Pardoned by King After King George was recalled to the throne the monarch pardoned Venizelos granting him amnesty There were repeated reports that Venizelos would be permitted to re turn to his native island of Crete in exchange for an appeal to his ad herents and their promise to sup port the new regime but Venizelos always denied all this Venizelos had been premier seven times and a power both in and out of office before disaster over whelmed power of his leadership had touched on some phase or other of Greek life almost continuously from the days when he helped free Crete from Turkish rule in 1897 lie works will if acted upon favor ably by the congress give security during the next fiscal year to those most in need on condition however that private employers hire many of thosenow on Thepresident said if the tax pro gram were carried through as he re the work re lief appropriation would in effect provide for the third successive year a reduction in the Appeals ft Business In appealing to business to take up employment observers consid ered significant this paragraph in the message While the provisions of the anti trust laws intended to prohibit re straint of trade must and shall be fully and vigorously enforced there is nothing in these or any other laws which should prohibit manag ers of private business from work tag together to increase production and Such efforts would indeed be the 1933 but added Inspite ofthese great gains there are at present approximately families and unattached persons who are in need of some form of fam ilies and unattached persons on the works program and on lo cal and state relief ProblemDifficult One The president said these figures large as they do not include all those seeking work and empha sized This problem of unemploy ment is the most difficult one be fore the j It is not exclusively the problem j of the poor and unfortunate them he said It is more par ticularly the problem of those who have been more fortunate under our system of government and our eco nomy It will not do to say that these needy unemployed must or should shift for themselves Neither will it do to say that it is a problem for the states and localities The re sources of local governments and states have been freely drawn upon direct opposite of a conspiracy in in the last few years and they have restraint of trade Many private employers believe that if left to themselves they can accomplish the objectives we all Without going into detail of steps open to business to boost employ ment Mr Roosevelt said Sees Litle Evidence Frankly there is little evidence that large and small employers by individual and uncoordinated action can absorb large numbers of new employes A vigorous effort on a nationl scale is necessary by vol untary concerted action of private industry It is my beliet that if the leaders in each industry will organize a common effort to increase employ ment within that industry employ ment will increase substantially Insofar as their efforts are suc cessful the cost to the federal gov ernment of caring for the destitute unemployed will be lessened x x x Only if industry fails to reduce substantially the number of those now out of work will another appro PARTS OF IOWA WILL GET RAIN Moisture Predicted in East and Central Sections Colder in West DBS MOINES little rain is due in central and east Thursday the weatherman Iowa said Wednesday while the west portion will get somewhat colder tempera tures No precipitation was reported at weather bureau stations during the last 24 hours however Temperatures averaged above normal over the state Wednesday after getting down to 26 above at Dubuque early Wednesday Council Bluffs 60 was the high Tuesday Low temperatures expected early buried deep in snowdrifts after a 24 hour blizzard which marooned many jjersbns in cars aind trucks I 30 in the northeast 35 in the south throughout the nicht went sjid 28 in the southeast Thursday were 5 inthe northwest FORECAST IOWA Cloudy with rain in cen tral and east portions Wednesday night and in extreme east Thurs day Warmer in central and east portions and somewhat colder in extreme west Wednesday night Colder In west Thursday MINNESOTA Partly cloudy in west snow in cast somewhat colder in extreme west Wednesday night Thursday partly cloudy somewhat colder in southwest IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 period ending at S oclock Wednesday morning Maximum Tuesday 40 Above Minimum in Night 31 Above At 34 Above The sky Wednesday had a gray cast suggestive of Kansas or Okla honie dust The wind however was from the southeast rather than the southwest injecting an element of mystery noted into the phenomenon not been sufficint Have Taken Advantage It is true that some states for tunately few have taken an undue advantage of federal appropriations but most states have cooperated whole heartedly in raising relief funds even to the extent of amend ing state constitutions It is not desired in the next fis cal year to encourage any states to continue to shirk The federal gov ernment cannot maintain relief for unemployables in any state The federal government then faces the responsibility of continu ing to provide work for the needy unemployed who cannot be taken care of by state and local There are on the work rolls now but administrators hope to reduce that to by July 1 Unexpended balances of a appropriation voted last year will be used with the new ap propriation during the coming 12 months PENNSYLVANIAS DEAD REPORTED AS AT LEAST 26 Property Damage Rises Into Millions Fire Adds to Toll BULLETIN WASHINGTON navy said Wednesday it had been ad vised that a naval reserve radio operator in Johnstown had radioed Philadelphia p We have orders to leave here An official statement said the message was interpreted by naval reservists on the receiving end in headquarters of Ihe fourth naval district at Philadelphia as mean ing that a dam in Johnstown had broken FLOODS AT A GLANCE By The Associated Press least 12 dead in floods engulfing Pitts burghWest Pennsylvania area hundreds homeless millions in property damage fires JOHNSTOWN lives lost Conemaugh river receding worst flood since 1889 when lives lost NEW HARTFORD Dozens of buildings reported swept away when dam in Farm ington river collapses loss of life feared WASHINGT Roosevelt orders federal agencies to mobilize for relief work WHEELING W sands along Ohio river leave homes when waters rise above floodstage Inundation of Wheel ing Island feared WILLIAMSPORT families move to safety CUMBERLAND Md Over flow waters flood streets HARRISONBURG increase damage from floods in Shenandoah valley property dam age in western Maryland and northern Virginia estimated at ALTOONA of city engulfed by floods BEDFORD of residents abandon homes ITHACA N tions disrupted waters receding Vt Sur rounding valley flooded BINGHAMPTON N prepares for flood conditions BUFFALO N digs out of snowdrifts RALEIGH N of school chidren in western part of state marooned by snowdrifts VOTE SOUGHT ON APPROPRIATIONS Senate Stages Controversy Over Military Training in Colleges WASHINGTON UP senate leaders Wednesday hoped to get to a vote on the war depart ment appropriation bill First how ever the senators had to settle a controversy about military training incolleges Senator Frazier was seeking to keep R O T C funds from institutions that compel students to take military training Tuesday the senate voted down 39 to 34 an amendment to provide to continue the Florida ship canal which has been started with WPA funds Attorneys for the federal com munications commission conduct ing a investigation into the American Telephone and Tele graph company announced they would seek full disclosure of the companys labor By K H HIPFELHEUSEK CopyrtKht 1938 by The Associated Death and misery swept over the eastern states Wednesday as rag ing rivers rolled up the worst flood devastation on record in many areas At least 26 were reported dead in Pennsylvania where unofficial es timates indicated the number of homeless would surpass or Two persons died in Vermont two in Virginia and at least one each in Maine and New York A Georgia windstorm took two lives Tornadic winds sleet and sporad ic snows increased the death list and sufferiing Property damage mounted hourly into many millions of dollars The steel metropolis of Pittsburgh was inundated and virtually isolat ed by the surging Monongahel jid Allegheny rivers with flood stages the highest in history Fire in the industrial area threatened to spread dangerously Night of Terror Suffering thousands in Johnstown a night of terror with vivid recollections of the great disaster of 1889 when the Conemaugh river swept persons to their watched the receding flood waters with joy as national guardsmen CCC and WPA workers and state troopers mobilized for reclamation and to prevent looting After reaching a depth of 16 feet in city streets throughout the night the river receded steadily during1 the day Four lives were lost there Elaewhere over the state in up state New York New England and in the southern states there was no letup in the rampage of bank bat tering rivers Left Homeless Along the Ohio near Wheeling W rivermen predicted persons would be homeless by Thursday as the waters mounted dangerously toward a flood stage of 50 feet or more To aid national guardsmen and authorities in the states President Roosevelt mooilized the full forces aid WPA workers and army SD ;

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