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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 16, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER fDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES AU NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLII1 F1VB CENTS A COPK ASSOCIATED FKESS 1EABED WlKil MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECtlONa SECTION ONE RAYBURN BEST BET Stewart Sees No Chance for John J OConnor EDITORS NOTE This is the iMt three articles on the fight the leadership of the house representatives CHARLES P STEWART A S H I N GTON CPA If a majority of the democratic ma jority in the house of repre sentatives pre fers a north e r n e r Con gressman John J OConnor of New York is the n o r t hs leading candi date to a southerne r presu m a b 1 y Congres s m a n Sam Rayburn of Texas for to leadership wny doesnt it choose OConnor Parenthetically I spoke in an earlier article as to the fight be ing for the speakership It really relates to the majority leadership but the speakership is supposed to follow the leadership in due course Well OConnor has offended the Roosevelt administration It is not formally admitted but it is well known Tammany Democrat As chairman of the house rules committee the New Yorker was in a position to prepare the way for certain legislation which the ad ministration he did not do it In fact he is reputed to have opposed some of this legis lation Besides he is a Tammany democrat and Tammany is not m anytoo good favor with the while OConnors brother who for merly was the presidents law partner in New York fought the bill to regulate utilities holding companies and OConnor himself seemed unsympathetic He has been termed antinew deal Consequently OConnor has not had the support he may have ex pected otherwise to the contrary ly inspired by the administration came back in good season from the tone Star stateto to fight for Rayburn Administrations Will j there are many demo cratic representatives who though perhaps they like OConnor better than Rayburn are more respectful of the administration than of any thing or anyone eke 3 IOWANS KILLED IN TWO MEN HURT FATALLY WHEN CAR HITS TRAIN Parkersburg Man Victim of Auto Collision Near Cedar Falls CEDAR FALLS Nicklaus about 30 Parkersburg was killed early Wednesday in an automobile collision on highway No 20 near here Nicklaus a butcher shop em ploye was bringing a load of meat from a Waterloo packing house when his car collided with the rear of another machine His car overturned killing him Louis and Helen Barkhoff Dyke and Elaine and George Shook Stout occupants of the other car were only slightly injured The accident occurred about a m TWO KILLED WHEN CAR CRASHES INTO FREIGHT MARSHALLTOWN Thompson of Marshalltown and E C Laird of Newton were killed early Wednesday morning when their car crashed into a freight train on the Milwaukee railroad at a crossing a mile west of Fer guson The men were thrown clear of their car which ran under a loaded freight car of the train the latter being derailed after travel ing a quarter of a mile Laird was a salesman for the Hoxie Fruit company of Des Moines Thomp son formerly operated a grocery store here and one at GrinnelL Session Limited to Jobless Insurance Volunteers Soak Cameron Fire WINDSOR GETS BEAtfNINGOLF Despondency Is Gone as He Shouts Bravo for Hostess Shot ENZESFELD Austria headache gone and his desponden cy vanished the Duke of Windsor challenged his hostess to a golf game Wednesday and was beaten Hence if they believe the adi roundly by American born Baron Volunteer farmerfiremen forming a backet brigade to quench the blaze inside the Cameron elevator office stopped a fire which broke out there Tuesday afternoon then rippedoff burning beams and shingles from the roof to There was no damage to a consignment of corn and oats stored in the ele vator Lock Photo Kayenay Engraving STORY ON PAGE JT Lost Air Transport Dead ministration to be proRaybum and Rayburn has been a 100 per cent per sistent fighter for the utilities holding company bill and other new deal they are pro Rayburn for their leadership ic gardless of their personal and sec tional preferences That naturally is immediately helpful to Rayburn and contrariwise to OConnor Illustratively Pennsylvanias 3 democratic representatives held a caucus recently there are 11 re publicans who dont count to de termine whom they nor or Rayburn 221 for Rayburn As northerners they should have been proOConnor Instead they were 22 to 1 proRayburn Why Why because it is as sumed Pennsylvanias democrary wants the administrations support of GovGeorge H Earlc for the democratic presidential nomina tion in 1940 All this angers the irreconcil able antiTexans exceedingly They do not think that Texas Jack Garner over in his senate of the capitol building should have any voice in the selec tion of the democratic house lead er Theyare all the more infuri ated by the consideration that as a veteran member of the house and speaker before he became vice president he despite them possess a lot of ini fluence Guifcy Meeting they do not think the sit uation should be twisted to the ad vantage of Governor Earle of Pennsylvania Still more Senator Joseph F Guffey of Pennsylvania attended the caucus of the Penn sylvania representatives although a menibsr of the upper house Which seems to imply say the embattled antiTexans arid anti southerners in general not only that the administration is trying toselect the house majoritys next that the senate Gar ner and Guffey is trying to transform itself into the whole Theres a deal more than will appear on the surface when con gress meets and the fight in the house starts I expect to see Rayburn win It will look harmonious but it be ess Rothschild The former British king shout ed Bravo excellent when his partner made a difficult tee shot on one hole Then he stepped up to the ball and dubbed a drive only two thirds as far as the baroness had sent her pellet skimming down the fairway Pshaw ejaculated the duke laughing heartily The British princes mood was considerably improved although reliable reports said he still was irked by the criticism of the Arch bishop of Canterbury May Make Answer It was said the self exiled king might make a fiery answer to the archbishops enrpirewide censure especially of Edwards friends as one of the first uses of his dearly bought personal freedom Even more than by the scornful reference to Edwards desire to marry Mrs Wallis Warfield Simp son as a violation of the Chris tian principle of the former ruler was said to have been angered by the archbishops aspersions on his friends The head of the Church of England placed part of the blame for the kings conduct on EdWards circle of intimate companions whose standards and ways of life are alien to all the best interests of his No Final Decision i It was understood there would I be no final decision until it was learned whether the attack would come up for parliamentary debate in London and what the outcome of such legislative discussions would be The text of the archbishops s p c c c h broadcast Sunday throughout the British empire by a radio network was received here Tuesday Edward appeared unable to rouse himself from a deep despondency which seemed to have aged him suddenly after the swift drama of his abdication to marry the woman of his choice The duke sat for an hour his head bent low and almost in tears his face twitching clasping and unclasping his hands while reading a telegram I from Mrs Simpson at a servant in the baronial castle said Half Dozen Planes Join in Utah Search in Fog and Rain SALT LAKE CITY seven occupants of a lost Western Air Express Transport plane will never be found alive was voiced Wednesday by Pilot Jimmy James W A E pilot aiding in the rain hindered search Asked whether he believed the four passengers and crew of three were still alive in the transport missing more than 30 hours Pilot James said If they have not perished from the crash they have died from ex In rain and iog half a planes joinedthe second Lifts CRESTON A gasoline explosion lifted ceiling and broke windows in Cour rooms at the George Taylor home here but no member of the family was injured Special Session in South Dakota Called PIERRE S Tom Berry issued a call Tuesday for a special session of the South Dakota legislature Dec 21 to enact an unemployment insurance law conforming to the federal social security act dozen days hunt for the Western Air Express transport and its a pretty stewardess who turned down romance for her job The planes two of them open cockpit army craft crisscrossed over a rain drenched area between Salt Lake City and Provo 40 miles south of here centering in the vicinity of the village of Al pine 25 miles southeast of here Depend on Ground Crews We are depending heavily on the ground crews because of the said Frank Eastman western air station manager Fifteen mounted searchers fa milar with the solpes of the mountains north of Alpine scat tered over the rough terrain Oth er groups of CCC enrollees anc Brigham Young university stu dents from Provo combed slopes both east and north of Alpine Ski experts organized for a trek over the heavily timbered boulder studded mountains be tween the resort colony at Bright on 20 miles east and sliehtly south of Salt Lake City and the mining town of Alta over Lone Peak northeast of Alpine The 10 passenger twin motored Boeing last was heard from at a Mountain Time Tues day when its pilot S J Samson radioed his over the southwestern Utah village of Mil ford Plane in Distress However word score of early risers in the vicinity of Al pine that they heard a plane in distress led to concentration of the hunt in that region Missing with the craft were the stewardess Gladys Witt Pilot Samson CoPilot William Bogen and the passengers Mr and Mrs John Wolfe of Chicago H Ed wards of Minneapolis and C Christopher of Dwight 111 The blond stewardess recently was oh the verge of marrying Erick K Balzer steamship execu tive in California Then she sud denly flew talk things over with Pilot James A Roe of Transcontinental a n d Western Air at Kansas City She talked things over with both woundsupby marrying got back NEW PACT WITH ITALY PLANNED Expiring U S Commercial Treaty to Come to End Next Year ROME for a new commercial accord between the United States and Italy have been begun to replace the ex piring treaty of 1871 it was an nounced officially1 Wednesday The announcement also dis closed the denunciation1 of the ex isting pact effective inronp year Tor some an official communique stated commercial negotiations have beengoing on between Italy and the United States and the treaty drafts are now in the course of examination Today at Chigi palace Italian Minister Count Galleazo Ciano and William Phillips United States ambassador to Rome signed amemorandum the agreement of 1871 which does no correspond to the necessities of the present This denunciation will become effective a year from Informed sources said the ne gotiations centered on a new com mercial treaty not on a separate trade agreement come up later The commercial treaty it was said provides for consular rights and privileges provisions for tax ation and agreements on lines similar tothose concluded by the United States with Canada France and other nations but publica tion of details will be deferred until the commercial treaty is signed it was said HERRING ISSUES ASSEMBLY CALL FOR DEC 21ST Committee Starts Drafting Bill for Presentation on Monday i DES Clyde I L Herring issued Wednesday a i calling a special ses the legislature for Dec 21 which he said will limit the ses sion to consideration of a state unemployment insurance law Meanwhile an unofficial com mittee equipped with unemploy ment insurance acts adopted by other states started drafting a bill for the special sessions con sideration After noon however members said they had notreached any definite conclusions and that they probably wouldnt for a day or so Herrings proclamation declared that the special session was called for the purpose of enact ing legislation to comply with the federal social security law and for no other Cites Iowa Constitution He cited section 11 of article 4 of the state constitution which he Only 9 Days Left to Aid Cheer Fund Previously Reported Daughters of Penelope Cecil Theater The Breeses The D W Grippen Co Mason City Police Auxiliary declared provides that the gov ernor may on extraordinary oc casions convene the general as sembly and that he shall state to both houses the purpose for which they have been ne DAYS 16 FT HOW ASOur OAOS special session should The governor alsopointed out that he would not have to appoint three senators to fill vacancies These were Frank Pelzer R of Marne G R Hill R of Clarion and J J Gillespie D of Des Moines These senators he said were elected to fill the unexpired terms of holdover senators who resigned and hence can qualify simply by taking the oath of office No Great Difference The committee consideringa ll for unemployment insurance section of the state so cial security committee of said that so far there has been no great difference of opinion over the provisions that should be the measure Members said they expected to appear before both houses of the assembly when they sit as com mittees of the whole to consider the act and that they also hoped to have a representative of the federal social security board here to appear also State Senator Garritt Roelofs chairman of the committee of 35 said he received a telegram from Washington D Wednesday stating that 33 states either have approved state complicance laws or expect to have such laws en acted by Dec 31 Bill Shaped Up As the subcommittee shaped up the bill for presentfition to the duck legislative session major to be considered iwere the tax the type of benefit fund to be established the scale of benefits to be paid and the type of administration of a state unemployment insur ance setup If the state not have an unemployment insurance law ap proved by the federal social sec urity board by Jan 1 the esti mated such taxes collected in Iowa this year will go into the federal treasuryIf a slate law receives federal approv al 90 per cent of the amount col lected in the state may beused to pay unemployment benefits in Iowa Committeemen apparently were agreed that the tax should be im posed upon employersonly and suggested the following rate per cent in 1937 per cent in 1938 per cent in 1939 Reserve Fund Types Among the suggested types of reserve fund for payment of un employment insurance benefits New Total Needed to Reach Goal LTT sine days re main for der of Good Fel lows to jingle into the box for the 1936 Christmas Cheer Fund The lull which manifest ed itself in the latter part of last week was still painfully present Wednesday Un less there is a pickup in the days immediately ahead failure will be written for this venture based on the the first time since its inception in 1925 Arid this is unthinkable More and more contributions to this fund have come to constitute a roster of organizations lodges social clubs and church societies Considerably more than half of the total last year was raised in this manner This is important but there has been one effect not beneficial to the success of the fund The small contri button a n y members willing to contribute gener Dusly themselves the idea thattheir part has been done In short there is need for gifts by of them and as generous as they can be made The time is growing short now and Mrs Mabel Blaise administrator of the fund is aided when she has the money early Heres a job that MUST be done What do you say we dig well as get it done Mail your contributions to the Christmas Cheer Fund GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa LOOK INSIDE FOR NORMAN G BAKER Cancer Clinic Owner Faces I Day m Jail ON PAGE 2 Mason City High Is Winner Over Tigers ON PAGE 11 Vegetable Growers to Meet at Forest City ON PAGE 10 were the pooled with all employer taxes going into a single fund for unemployment compen and a merit rating fund under which employers with a Cavorable employment record would make less than the maxi mum contributions i In state laws already tenacted he scale1 of benefits averages rom 40 to 50 percent of Wages with a weekly maximum of weekly The laws require wait ng periods of from two to three Changes His Mind About Running Away EMMETSBURG An derson 12 missing from his home here was located at Rodman Wednesday night after he tele phoned his father Andrew An derson meat market employe Boyd told his father he had planned to runaway but changed his mind after hitchhiking to Livermore weeks before employes out of work start drawing benefits 1 One suggested method of ad ministration of the state setup is the commission form A separate commission similar to other state commissions would be established to administer theinsurance fund Prepares Legal Opinion Atty Gen Edward L OConnor prepared a legal opinion which held that Gov Clyde L Herring must appoint senators and repre sentatives to fill vacancies in the two chambers in order to make the session constitutional The governor said he will ap point senators and representatives elected to those seats in the Nov 3 election The special session then will consist of the last legis lature until a newlyelected members filling vacancies OConnors written opinion to the governor stated that a full membershipwould be required to act at the special session Democrats in Majority With the appointments the sen ate at the specialssession will be composed of26 democrats and 24 republican1 The senate taking of fice next month will have 28 re publicans and 22 democrats Democrats will have a majority in the house at the special session Members of the subcommitee which met begin drafting the bill ate J C Lewis state labor federation president Ed JKUnball of the Iowa Manu facturers association iPercy Chase Atlantic publisherRabbi Eugene Uannheirner Des Moines the Elev X Lifutti Granger vand state insurance commissioner RETIREMENT OF FRANK PROPOSED University of Wisconsins Regents AskedNot to Rehire President MADISON Harold M Wilkie head of the University of Wisconsin board of regents pro posed retirement of the university president Glenn Frank Wednes day on the grounds that he lacks administrative ability has lost the confidence of associates and permits practices regarding expenditures Wilkie making a statement at the opening of a regents meeting denied that politics played any part in the removal plans as has been charged by proFrank forces Plan Open Hearing The regents voted 9 to 6 to hold an open hearing It will be held at the next meeting of the board which will be subject to the call of the chairman Listing the reasons why he saic he could not vote for renewal oJ Dr Franks Wilkie said The evidence is unmistakable that Dr Frank lacks the qualities of either a business or an educa tional administrator Dr Frank has lost the confi dence of those with whom he must deal This is not limited to members of the faculty but ex tends beyond to members of the regents members of the legisla ture and other officials and per sons Says Qualities Dr Frank lacks primary qual ities essential in the administrator of a university I can make clear exactly the tiling I mean by referring to three very recent events which are typical examples of situations the regents have been compelled to Wilkie here referred to the up heaval over the dismissal of Dean Snell the athletic department controversy and handling of uni versity finances ARMY SENT OUT TO RESCUE OR AVENGE CHIANG Nanking Gim Rebels lirf Chance to Surrender China Warlord executive Yuan council of the central government voted to send an army into northern Shensi pro vince it was reported unoffici ally to avenge Generalissimo Chiang KaiShek if he is dead or to rescue him if alive Perplexed and anxious offi cials still authentic city of a reported broadcast by mutinous HsuehLiang that he had killed Premier Chiang and several J H acting head of the executive Yuan stepped into Hie govern mental vacancy created by Mar shal Changs kidnaping of Gen eralissimo Chiang at Sianfu last Friday Nationwidemartial law was proclaimed by the admin istration Tokio govern ment followed Chinese develop ments closely concentrating on two possibilities the rebellious detention of General Chiang might be communistinspired and the chaotic condition in China might threaten Japanese interests on the Asiatic main land The Weather FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Wed nesday nieht and Thursday colder In central and east por tions Wednesday niitht rislnir temperatures Thursday in ex treme northwest portion MINNESOTA Generally fair Wednesday night and Thursday colder Wednesday night except in extreme northwest rising temperature Tharsday in central and west portions IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weattier figures for 24 hdur period ending at 8 oclock Wednesoajf jnormng Maximum 44 UfclttMp In Night 29 Al 8 A M Wednesday REBELLIOUS MARSHAL GIVEN LAST CHANCE SHANGHAI Nanking government will give rebellious Marshal Chang HcuehUanc final WfeWt issimo Chiang KaiShwc offfclat raid Thurs day But If the mutineers resist the advance of Nanking troops or Marshal Chang refusesto abandon his stubborn position our drvis not hesitate to employ the utmost striking power at their he warned The official asserted Siaiifu Shensi provincial capitai where Premier Chiang was held is sur rounded by local divisions The first duty of the punitive expedition is to rescue Chiang he said His statement rec ognize previous reports still widely circulated that theuali tary overloard had been slain Previously it had been author itatively but unofficially reported that the executive yuan ing had voted for an army campaign to rescue Chiang if alive or avenge him if dead Move on ShensL Eight or 10 Chinese divisions al ready have beenreported moving in on Shensi province with nu merous skirmishes resutling Certain Chinese sources inter preted the report of the decision for a punitive campaign a sindi cating the belief of government officials trial further efforts to negotiate in the present chaotic situation are hopeless Gen Ho YingChin the minister of war and acting head of the mil itary affairs commission replacing Generalissimo Chiang in his ab sence was reported earned com manderinchief of the puniave force Chiangs fate spread unrest throughout China of her strong man Chinese leaders fore saw a lack of firm leadership to guide the nation Alarm b Widespread Alarm was so widespread the government established military to martial gave refcssurance to banks and businessmen that there was no danger ofthe chaos that Tokio officials predicted Officials said they believed Chiang to be alive Theyhada definite statement from Wv H Donald their Australian born ad viser who sent a message Tuesday be saw Chiang Monday andgave hopes for the captured generals early release x Chiang however was said to have sent word he wished the rebel Chang and his troopssmash ed lf was fhis that Chinese sources said inspired the yuan or to determine on a thoroughgoing campaign to crush the rebeFmovement Due Someoltlie mystery over Chi angs fate due to censorship and some to the isolation of Sianfu where Chang had hii prisoner Cbmmunlaatioiu were reported interrupted and the gov ernment attempted to witch were able v to movements by forces and lea These planes however were deemed useful to direct the   

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