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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 23, 1937, Mason City, Iowa                                El o r NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME VOL XLIII FIVE CENTS A COPV ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SEHVJCK 2 Groups in Washington One for Human Beings and Other for Renters By CHARLES P STEWART ASHING TON CPA Two n e w associa tions are in process of fov mation in W a s h i n gtori whose organiz ers hope to sec them attain na tional propor tions One of the two is a pros pective align ment of ten ants not farm tenants b u tenants of ur ban suites in apart ment houses 01 any other kind of rented homes of better than the tenement class This incipient association is seri ous It is not named yet but it will be It has substantial back ing and may grow into some thing that landlords and their agents will have to reckon with The other sounds freakish as described in advance Its pro moters propose to call itHuman Beings soon it has sufficient strength to justify it in incorporating Its purpose is to fight for the rights of huma1 beings against t h e rights of machines Sponsors of Groups Folk Interested in the welfare of the nations tenants would do well to communicate with William A duPuy thors one of its foundling fa Ordinary human beings are ad vised to set in touch Charles A Hamilton with Either one can be addressed at the National Press club Washing ton D C Both are club members Charley Hamilton is its treasurer too They are alike thoroughly respon sible individuals each committed to a real mission in tenants advocate Charley human beings In Behalf of Tenants large group said Bill duPuy to me the other day is en tirely without national spokesman sliip Columnists I answered No said Bill Theyre a small group though not as small as they ought to be Tenants arc the large group With the improvement in limes rentals are increasing scandalous ly There are cities in which they have risen 30 per cent The coun try is underbuilt as to homes And landlordism is organized air tight Rentals Arc Higher it isnt alone that rentals are higher Restrictions upon tenants are ridiculous I know a tenant whose landlord agreed to take care of the outside of the rented house but it was stipulated that the tenant must take care of the inside The roof sprang a leak and spoiled the wall paper under neath Legally the landlord had to fix the leak but the tenant had to replace the wallpaper Bill takes it for granted that here is the city where resentment against high rentals will originate For example Members of congress especially new ones are furious at the rentals they have to pay For Human Beings Human Beings Incorporated got off lo a queer than Hie start which Associated Tenants mnde The idea originated among pe destrians outraged at the fashion in which traffic regulations are shaped in the interest of automo biles wholly regardless of the wel fare of folk who proceed on foot Time was in horseandbuggy days when the pedestrians had the right of way At least the driver of a horsedrawn vehicle ran over a foot passenger the bur den of the proof was upon him to show that he had not been care less not upon the pedestrian to show that he had not been ob structing a crossing Now in many cities the pedestrian is penalized if he delays isnt any too safe even if he observes ail rules In short such rules arc in tended lo facilitate travel awhecl j not to protect anyone else Walkers Aroused This hasnt been true in Wash ington Here the pedestrian has been legally privileged to be run over if he chooses to take the risk Of late however it has been proposed to subject him as else where to arrest and punishment if he gets in the way Washington moreover is an exceptionally dan gerous automotive town The ar rangement of its streets is eccen tric for one thing There also are numerous autoists such as diplo mats and members of congress who cannot lawfully be held to account for a casual killing at the wheel of a car Talk of an amendment to the District of Columbia code blaming the individual on foot for taking a chance on b e i n s killed has aroused he hostility of D C pe destrians THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBOHS JMASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JANUARY 23 193 HOME EDITION THIS PAPER CONSISTS OP TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE F R ASKS FLOOD REL NO 94 Blum Seeks to Halt Feverish Nazi A SPAIN CHARGES GERMANY WITH TO REBELS ItaloGerman Guarantee o Belgian Neutrality Is Reported Planned By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Spains government chargci anew Saturday that German nava units and German planes wet helping fascist insurgents Madrid for many weeks tin Verdun of the government Irem bled under one of he most violcn insurgent artillery bombardment of the six months war In Europe Frances premiei moved to seek a check on German rearmament Italy and German vere reported toying with the ide of offering neutrality guarantee p Belgium long the ally o France in war and in peace France also took steps to show ier good faith in the matter o Spanish intervention She agreed I was reported reliably to im pound Spanish government gold as Ilaly and Germany have de the Spanish insur ents will slop shipping copper lo Rome and Berlin in payment foi munitions In Spanish Territory The copper it has been in dicated is coming from British and French owned mines in insur jenl Spanish territory The coppei sale it has been alleged is forcec by Eascist Designate rancisco Franco Official reports to the SpanisL government naval ministry at Val encia said German seaplanes ased on a warship believed to be he German pocket dreadnaught Admiral Graf Spec had bombed he government air base at Ro quetas That is on the southern Mediterranean coast On the Biscayan shore it was reported fascist patrol boats cut off the food supply ot the govern ment port of Bilbao Scheme for Isolation The reported plan for x Halo German neutrality guarantees lo Belgium was viewed favorably in Brussels as signalizing a possible new Locarno pact But Paris saw another scheme I o i s o la t e France German Gen Hermann Wilhelm Goering and Italian Premier Ben ito Mussolini put their heads to gether on the neutrality idea and other European political questions Premier Leon Blum of France prepared a speech to deal with the third reichs feverish menl Both Blum rearma and Reichsfuehrer Adolf Hiller made ready lo use domeslic audiences as sounding boards in continental political maneuvers Seek Faith Guarantee Authoritative sources said Ihe socialist French premier speak ing at Lyon Sunday would ask cessation of the nazi rearmament Legislature Has 2 Bills Completed in 2 Week Adjourns Over WeekEnd Kraschel Signs Feed rmmg Loan Act DES MOINES Iowa legislature adjourned over ihe weekend counlcd Saturday two weeks of the fortyseventh gen eral assembly gone and two bills emergency measures passed One of these laws permits county boards of supervisors to sell warrants against an emer gency lax levy and sel up a 575 000 fund from which lo make loans to farmers who lack feed for their live stock and are unable to find credit elsewhere U took the legislature two days to enact it Gov Nelson G Kraschel signed it Friday night Ino other allowed Sioux City to issue S40CDO in warrants against an emergency tax levy the money to be used in clearing the citys strecls of snow It took only a couple ot hours Spoiisoicil by Alesch The emergency feed loan which runs out July 1338was sponsored by Guslave Alesch ihock lhalched democrat from Marcus Mrs Frank A Elliotl D of woman several other rcp from the wcslern Iowa drought area The house had Irouble in agrcc ig on ils provisions and Alesch us slubby mustache bristling fin ally felt called upon to warn the members that there was danger of disturbances if the bill was not passed quickly Do you militia to this territory again he cried Two Houses Disagree But Ihehouse and senate also wouldnt see eye to eye on the bilJ until Jatc Friday afternoon vhen the house finally backed lown on some amendments it made lo the senate amended bill The house nt first wanted the neasuro applicable only to Ihe cclernlly designated drought ounties but had lo give in lo he senale which insislcd such n bill would be local legislation ncl unconstitutional The house also wanted lo make he fund he amount Ihal would e raised by a onemill levy Bui gain Ihe senate1 insisted on the lat 575000 limit because n one mil levy in some counties would ot be sufficient lo meet needs Gives in o Senate The house also gave in to UK enales demand that a tax levy o take up the warrants be made nandatory Otherwise the senate eld no one would buy the While the senate was organized 01regular business house demo rats nnd republicans still were quared away on which party the remaining program as n guarantee of good faith toward pending FrancoGer man economic and political agree ment plans Der fuehrer will have a chance lo reply at the reichstag session Jan 30 marking the fourth anni versary of the national socialist regime In Hitlers ranks there was con sternation over a magazine article by General Erich von Ludendoifl frequent German storm center which charged the Jesuits and Mussolini would profit most by a fascist victory in Spain Nazis suppressed the magazine FEAR GANGRENE IN POPES LEG Injections Given to Pontiff lo Combat Start of Infection VATICAN CITY Pius endangered by the possibility of gangrene in an open sore on his left leg was given injections Sat urday night to combat what physicians thought might be the start of infection The 79 year old pontiff was de scribed as sleepy after the med ication Vatican sources said he took less nourishment than during the past several days The treatments were ordered by Dr Aminta Milan after ah almost complete obstruction of circula tion in the holy fathers leg The sore appeared some time ago caused by the bursting of a vari distribute atronage So far they have named only a lief clerk and a sergeant at arms The house and senate remained a i loggerheads loo over how much lo pay legislators clerks the house economy bloc holding out for last sessions pay of 53150 day a senate bloc urging that they be paid House Bills Introduced The house finally got around lo introducing bills late Friday after Speaker La Mar Foster D of West Branch announced the houses standing committees with 42 democrats as chairmen com pared with 11 republicans Foster frankly admitted he packed the important committees with liber als of hisfactiori Most of the bills introduced in the house already were referred to senate committees They includ ed homestead tax exemption mortgage moratorium extension repeal nf the S2 old age pension tax and switch of the primary election from June to August Liquor Profit Limit Senator E P Qonohue It of New Hampton filed a bill in the senate to limit the slate liquor control commissions gross profits on liquor sales to 15 per cent which would bring reduction in the retail price to lowans The measure also would reduce the price of liquor permit books from SI to 25 cents Donohue said the commission makes a gross profit of about 29 per cent with the operating cost including salaries and other items running only n per cent The bill after slashing profits would turn the remainder over to the old age assistance commis sion for payment of pensions HOO Baby Chicles Burn WATERLOO hundred baby chicks burned in a fire which destroyed a barn on Ihe E M Jacobs farm here LOOK INSIDE FOR PREMIER KOICI JHROTA Jap Leader and Cabinet Forced Into Resignation ON PAGE 2 Review Given of News in Iowa for Past Week ONPAGE 5 Mason CityLoses in Basket Mat Tussles ON PAGE 9 Teachers Convention Set for March 1820 ON PAGE 12 TWO SERIOUSLY HURT IN WRECK Ambulance Sent to Scene of Train Mishap From Council Bluffs COUNCIL BLUFFS passengers on Ihe five car Great Western train No 33 Minneapolis to Omaha were believed serious ly injured Saturday when the last llnec cars of the train left the tracks near Bentley lown Eleven others were less seriously hurl hospital attendants said The two peisons reported KOI ously hurt by hospital aides wore Mrs Ida Osborn of Kansas City Knns and Morris Fleishoiof Denver Others injured worn O A Sheldon Rockford III w W Winne Denver the Hev K C Grundahl Robinson Kans Hugh James Minneapolis Mrs Ben Marks Denver Fred Stevenson Holdrege Ncbr Preston M Wright Minneapolis Gertrude K Hartley Fort Bridget Minn and Ra ph Anderson Plattsmoulh Ncbr Conductor Ed Moody of Council Bluffs and Marion Con ner Omaha Railroad men said the accident was due either to a split rail or the breaking of an arch rod on RUSSIA STARTS mail car Four ambulant from Council Bluffs brought ihe injured to hospitals here anr Clcu monoc1i were er Mnrkm Clarion engineer limes Clarion fireman Council Bluffs w ii Wall r W Jack Harrison mrin cil Bluffs baggageman Even Poor Fish Seek Fireside Cold Nights WAUKON II appears even seek the fireside on these cold winter nights Lester inornpson went sledding Friday and was dumped into a creek when the bobsled on which he was riding with two other youths went over an eight foot embankment upon returning home Thompson removed his overcoat jumped a fish Rescued From Home SHENANDOAII C W Fishbaugh Si an invalid was taken to a hospital here after being rescued from her burning home by volunteer firemen Fri day j AND 16 OTHERS Once High Bolshevists Are Accused of Plot to Help Japan MOSCOW Russia opened the trials of 17 once high bolshevists today with an amazing account of full confessions to a plot to partition Russia between Germany and Japan and lo aid Japan with soviet oil in event that nation went to war with the United States The sovicl government placed Karl Radek bearded man ot let ters and 1G of his accused co plotters on trial for their lives in what was a gay ballroom in the Russia of the Tsars Americas new ambassador Joseph E Davies lis tened avidly Reading ot the startling indict ment showed complete admissions of guilt allegedly had been ob tainedfrom all 17 defendants Accused of Conspiring They were accused ot conspir ing with the exiled Leon Trolzky now in Mexico to give the Ukraine to Germany and the soviet Maritime and Amur provinces to Japan in order to obtain foreign aid in overthrowing the regime of Joseph Stalin The indictment went far beyond the ZinovieffKamencff conspir acy accusations of last year by charging Radek and others con spired directly with ihe secret agents of Germany and Japan to wreck the soviet government Many of the charges were based on a letter which Trolzky al legedly wrote to Radck in Decem ber of I9t5 Would Yield o Japan In his he isstaled lo have said we shall have to yield the HI of Sakhalin a sovietSiberian slind to Japan nnd guarantee a supply of oil in case ot war vith America JtadcJc seeming old nnd broken with signs of the oldfire in liis Icslificd Vladimir Romm ormer Washington correspondent or Izvestia the government ncws apcr for which Radok wrote iclpcd him establish contact with rolzky Romm was arrested two nonths ago nfler being called oine from Washington Two agents provocateur were dentificd in the indictment as Mister K of Germany and Mis er X allegedly an agent of the apanese intelligence service TroUky Letter Quoted The alleged Trotzky letter like ise was quotcchas saying We shall have to admit her Japan lo Ihe exploitation of old We shall have to consent lo crmanys demand not to oppose cr in her seizure of he Danubian countries and the Balkans and nol hinder Japan in her seizure of China Gregory Sokolnikoff one or the principal defendants was accused of plotting against the government while he still was occupying the posl of viccTcommissar of foreign affairs He also was once the Rus sian ambassador to Great Britain Sokolnikoff was alleged to have admitted he acted under the direct instruction ot Trotzky who again was ordered arrested and brought to Irial if he ever reenters the soviet union All Plead Guilty The accused all pleaded guilty in response to a question from Chairman Ulrich of the military collegium of the supreme court Fleeing Ohio River Flood Household isliiiiKs urn moved fropi rinuclcri vurcl nrar Louisville Ky as the OUio river overflows its Limits spr Is u tcr everywhere Have You Read Your spaper 1 Henry Graven of Greene was appointed to whit North Iowa office succeeding whom 2 What happened to John Finrcnica i Who is president ot Gen eral Motors corporation 4 Who swore in Vice Presi dent Garner nt the second Roosevelt inauguration Wed nesday 5 To what position was E G Dad Schroedcr appointed fi Who smashed all land speed airplane records iti n flight across the continent1 7 David H n r r i s confessed writing cxlorlion noles threat ening what Iwo child movie stars 8 Alcido Frcnchy Renoit kidnaped and killed a stale pa Irohnan who arrested him in what stale 0 What river valley was the center of mounting flood waters 10 A motorcycle policeman was credited with saving Ihe queen of what country from a tumble in a car over a fiSO fool Aipinc precipice ANSWERS ON PAGE 2 TEMPERATURES Then began the reading of the indictment and the subsequent testimony designed to show that Trolzky and his associates placed their main hopes for Ihe advent of power on defeat of the U S S R in n war with capitalistic stalesI and thai the defendants by their f A A M alleged machmalions sought to ri hasten such a war mllmum Trotzkys Radek was quoted as saying Would Hasten War Since the main prerequisite for the Trotzkyites advance to pow er if they do not achieve this by means of terror would be the de feat of the U S S R it js neces sary to hasten the clash between Ihe U S S R and Germany Thence it was alleged the dc fcndanls sought to undermine soviet power by wrecking espion age nnd terroristic activities Sokolnikoff testified this paral lel TrqlvJcisl center planner renunciation of industrial and col Icctivization and the resloralion of capitalism The Weather FORECAST IOWA Generally fair rising temperature Saturday n i K h t Sunday iiiercasinsr cloudiness bccnmine unsettled in wcsl and north portion risinj tempera ture xcxcept in extreme north west jiorlion MINNESOTA Inc r c a si n f cloudiness lifflil snow probable in norlli portion Saturday night and Sunday and in south Sun day rislnff Icmpcraturr In cast and south Saturday niRht anil in extreme southeast Sunday rnfcler in west and north Sim IN MASON CITY GlobcGiixcttc weather figures for 21 hour period ending nl ft oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 23 Kelnw turday 1G Below of 23 degrees below zero downtown Mason City had its coldest weather of the win ter Friday night At the Crystal sugar factory north of the city though Ihe reading was 26 below which was five degrees above a previous reading of 31 below on Jan 9 At Charles City the read ing was 21 below WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO out look for the period of Jan 25 to For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys Some pre cipitation enst nnd south portion Monday and again about Thurs day or Friday temperature most ly near or below nornjnl TJiawin Likely Sunday in Some Parts of State lown temperatures started ai upward climb Saturday and th weatherman said thai by Sundv somethawing might be cxpcctcc in parts of the slate But the mercury haI a lout way to go before it KOI back Ic normal from Friday nights tern peralures which averaged Tl de grees below normal over Ihc stale Charles City and Dumont re ported 21 degrees below zero Ma son City hiid 2i below Rake 20 below Iowa Falls 111 below Coun cil Bluffs 14 below Audubou 7 below Sioux City C below Du buquc 4 below Des Moincs am ShcnancloEih 2 below and Daven port nnd Keokuk even zero The high temperature reported Friday was 14 degrees at Council Bluffs and Mount Ayr but al many North Iowa points the mer cury never even got above zero before starting ils night time re treat No nrccipilalion was reported during Ihc last M hours and the weatherman said lie skies would be generally fair Saturday nighl and Sunday except for increising rlourtinoxs in lie west and norlli portions I o w Icniprratuios expected Saturday night wore in degrees in Ihc north half of the state and IS degrees in thesouth Another death that of John Hohman 43 of Dubuquc was laid lo lie bitter cold Saturday Hod mans frozen body was found al Ihc foot of the Eleventh slreel ex tension at Dubuquc The state Highway commission reported thai all primary roads in the northwest section arc again cleared of drifts and open to traf fic Hampton Transient Said to Resemble iMattson Kidnaper transput giving us iinmn fs Willnrd Huller 35 vas arrcslefl on the streets of Hamilton and sentenced Kridny y Justice D w Parks to 15 days on n charge of vag rancy In certain ways he re sembles the description of the Mattson kidnaper and his finger Minls arc being sent to Wash ngton I am pretty sure he is lot the man the federal agents ire seeking declared Sheriff F C Schwcigcr Saturday but we ire sending in the fingerprints on til possible suspecls as has been cqucstcd Nearly 300000 Refugees in Stricken Area as Waters Rise IIOOOS AT A GLANCE Jy The Associated Press CINCINNATI Ohio r i v n r readies stage of 728 feel with higher crest feared Sunday number of homeless rises to in Cincinnati area dam age forecast at 55000000 LOUISVILLE Ky F o i1 y thousand Kcnuickians abandon homes before greatest flood in history power out roids closed third of cily facing submersion CHICAGO Works progress authorities ready to brow 50 000 relief workers into stricken states WHEELING Va Twelve thousand homeless water It feet above flood singe PORTSMOUTH Ohio Milk amt food shortiigc reared city inundated 20000 refugees need aid WASHINGTON President Roosevelt asks nation for 52 000000 to aid flood vklims Rcii Cross says at Icnst S3000000 needed ST LOUIS Red Cross esti mates number of refugees in Il linois Arkansas and Missouri at 40000 EVANSVILLE Ind Army of mercy moves in to aid 31000 In diana flood victims Out of the flood stricken areas of 10 slates Saturday came near ly JOOOOO refugees leaving behind them a rising tide of devastating wafer Their cries for food md shelter mobilized the relief forces of he nation and broughtfrom President Roosevelt a public appeal for 2 MOOOO to allay human miscrv in the Ohio and Mississippi Rear Admiral Cary T Grayson retired chairman of the Red Cross simultaneously issued n statement saying at least was i liiiictl lo meet minimum needs tliat the relief socieiy could irovide at once Rain swollen rivers declared m truce The Ohio reached a stage at 728 feet at Cincinnati and cov CONVICTS IN BREAK FRANKFORT Ky Twentyfour convicts broke avvny from the flooded Frank fort slate reformatory early Saturday and Iricd lo swim through the ice water under fire ol1 guards All were recap tured except one Warden lames Hammond first IB broke tway but several hours later acting Gov Keen Johnson stated a checkup showed M had attempted in flee and thnl one was still unaccounted for Shouts nnd other noises could he heard Katurdiiy afternoon from the building cut off by the flood except by bunt and without heal or lighting equipment Accused of Gambling IOWA CITY Racine ipcralor of three local cigar tores will be charged with pos cssion uf a Rambling device po ice said following raid Fridiy ijjht in which officers reported cizing a pundiboard paying up o in money at one of his lores red approximately nnesrvcnlti if Ihe cily 11 squiirc miles H ontiiuied lo rise down its course o Cairo 111 Coast Guard ijcnils Aid flic coast guard ordered two mphibian planes and Tl boats to Icmphis for emergency flood uty More than 40 boats already vere in service in the flood areas nil 13 bonts and 55 men were on oulc to Cincinnati Howard O Hunter midwest di cctor of the works progress arl ninislriilion assumed direction nf ic WPAs flood relief activities ml announced at Ciikvifio ho was rcpiirerl to send workers ito the inundated territory More than 75000 were homeless n Ohio Red Cross authorities es matcd another 10000 were wilh ut shelter in Illinois Arkansas nd Missouri They said the nitm er was increasing Conservative estimates of Ihe omcless in other slates wore Kentucky 10000 Tennessee 25 000 West Virginia 10000 Mis sissippi 100 Indiana 33 OOQ Pennsylvania 4500 Flooded areas were also reported in North Car olina and Louisiana Cold Ailcls In SufferiiiB Bitter cold added to the suffer ing of the flood refugees but iiclca to slay Ihc rise of waters Weather bureaus darkened the picture with a prediction of more the Ohio valley ram Monday in and Tennessee Forty Ihousand nbntidoncrl their homos before Ihe devastating flood ot the Ohio   

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