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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 2, 1937, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FEBRUARY 2 1937 j i It and Paul Garrison were taken into custody Col Joseph Lewis commanding officer of the guard force told newsmen the men in the sound truck were doing too much talk ing The guardsmen pointed bay onets at the backs of the pickets to force them to depart The pickets took the maneuver good singing as they pro ceeded to a union hall The sol diers also destroyed a frame pick et shack anddrew their lines clos er about the plant scene of Mon days renewed disorder Lewis Will Arrive Union headquarters at Detroit announced that John L Lewis chairman of the committee on in dustrial organization would ar rive Wednesday morning to in tensify the strikes which already have paralyzed General Motors production The strict patrol of 1200 Mich igan national guardsmen shut off passage of food supplies to sev eral hundred members of the United Automobile Workers of America C I O affiliate who started Flints third sitdown strike Monday night occupying the key Chevrolet Motor assem bly department Authoritative sources close to Gov Frank Murphy said that if an investigation on behalf of the executive showed the sit down ers were employed in the Chev rolet department when they be gan their strike food bearers would be permitted to pass the guard patrol Organized Insurrection The governor whose efforts to conciliate opposing leaders in the strikes have failed thus far was represented as believing Mondays disorders at Chevrolet plants here bordered on organized insurrec tion A liigh authority said the gov ernor considered an outbreak at the motors parts plant No 9in which windows Were smashed by persons outside the building to have been a subterfuge covering the strikers successful attempt to gain controlOf the motor assembly department No 4 the action con stituting a military maneuver by organized forces Before Lewis announced at Washington his intention to go to Detroit he conferred briefly with Edward F McGrady assistant sec retary of labor To Make Addresses Union headquarters in Detroit said Lewis would make addresses Wednesday night in Pontiac Thursday nightin Lansing and Friday night in Flint General Mo toys plants in all these cities have been shut down by effects of the strikes Thetroop patrol stretched about an 80 acre area here turned back those seeking to carry food into the No 4 Cheviolet plant but per mitted such supplies to enter the 2 heldby sitdown strikers since Dec 30 A union organizer said the Chevro let workers were on a hunger strike Let No One Enter When the men get hungry they can go out and eat Col Joseph H Lewis national guard com mander said Nobody is keeping them from going out Troops patroling the area were instructed to let no one enter through the lines thus preventing strikers who leave from return ing Despite a union organizer s claim that seven separate sil downs were started in Chevrolet departments Monday in protest against alleged company discrim ination in the rehiring t of union employes the motor assembly plant No 4was the only strike held division Tuesday morning NonUnionMen Leave Thirty or more nonunion men saying they were assembly plant foremen who escaped from plant 4 to an adjoining department Monday to spend the night left plant 5 Tuesday morning A guardsman said he believed their departure cleared the entire Chevrolet factory of nonunion men others having left plants 6 and 8 in small groups during the early morning hours At Detroit Richard T Franken steen U A W A organizer said the Chevrolet Gear Axle plant was crippled by walkout of 120 men protesting discharge of a worker He said the men told him company guards stretched fire hose and displayed rifles ordering them from the plant without per mitting them to get their hats and coats from a locker room More Guards Called Additional concentration ot na tional guardsmen in Flint was or dered Tuesday The 126th infan try stationed there since riots outside the Fisher No 2 plant in which 27 persons were hurt Jan II moved into position in the strike zone Monday night a few hours after a dozen persons were injured in a second disorder Three companies of the 125ih joined them later and the 119th field artillery from Lansing and cavalry troops from Detroit Alma and South Haven were ordered to Flint Tuesday The additional concentration Major George Ely chief of staff said would increase the guards strengtli here from 2300 to more than 3500 Fisher Body Plant No 1 scene of another monthlong stayin strike is outside the military pa James F Dewey federal labor conciliator came to Flint from Washington at the direction of Secretary Frances Pericins Assis tant Secretary Edward F Mc Grady was ready tocome here on a moments notice but Secretary Perkins indicated she would hold her chieE conciliator in the capital for the present at least 138 Degrees and 1 Certificate to Be Awarded at SUI IOWA CITY hun dred and thirtyeight degrees and ne certificate will be awarded to and women who have com pleted their academic work at he largest midyear convocation n sixyears atHheUniversilyof xiwa Tuesday night President Earl Harper of Simp son college will give the main ad dress at the convocation cere monies in Iowa memorial union at 8 p m President Har der will speak on Democracy ind Education Versus Tyranny and Propaganda The address will be broadcast by radio sta tion WSUI First degrees have beenearned by 75 scholars To 43 of them will go the bachelor of arts award while the bachelor of science degree in seven different classifications will begivenlo 31 persons SENATE PUSHES FLOOD AID FUND Administration Seeks to Keep Appropriation at 790 Millions WASHINGTON tration leaders strove in the senate Tuesday to keep the deficiency re lief appropriation at and obtain enactment before the floodpressed WPA spends its last dollars They were beset from two sides Advocates ot retrenchment op posed their attempt to restore the for resettlement work which the appropriations commit tee had clipped off While a vote was slated to settle that question the democratic com mand contemplated use of parlia mentary strategy to thwart a drive to increase the relief fund to 200000000 Western senators de manding the larger amount had tu reckon with the possibility ot a point of order being made against them in the attempt to assure pas sage by Tuesday night House Schedule Taroc The schedule in the house was tame by comparison Those small private bills so dear to the mem bers had right of way at the out set Then came debate on the in dependent offices bill headed for passage Wednesday Representative Maverick D Tex wanted to eliminate that provision which would forbid ust of any of the to pay assistants of congressional investi gating committees He predicted considerable s up port for his amendment despite failure in a similar contest when the house considered the deficiency bill A backstaco compromise appar ently obviafed argument in the senate on the disputed deficiency rider It would allow the investi gating committees to continue to use experts employed by WPA or by regular government depart ments provided the names and salaries of those so engaged were reported to congress Attack House Rider Senators who had planned to at tack the house rider were satisfied There were even reports that the compromise was acceptable to house leaders and would not de lay the bill in conference With President Roosevelt show ing evidence of sympathy with in vestigations Senator Bone D Wash proposed to repeal the lim itation ivhicli for years has pre vented senate committees from paying more than 300 a month to investigators and experts House republicans planned a campaign to require congression al approval of reciprocal trade agreements They also proposed changes in the social security act chief among them being that old age pensions be put on a payas yougo basis GlobeGazette Radio News and TimeTable RADIO RAMBLER KGLO Mason City GlobeGazetlfs Mason Clly Iowa 1210 Kilocycles GIRL BARITONE TO BE GUEST OF FRED ALLEN Not content with his transcon inental verbal feud with funny man Jack Benny comedian Fred Allen will face a challenge to a vocal duel with a Girl Ban one on the Town Hall Tonight broadcast over WHO Wednesday night at 8 p m He will also bring jack Stuart Canin cause of the BennyAllen affair The unusual singer who dares hrow down the microphonic auntiet before FiBhtin Fred is Tudith Lawton Englishborn art st whose voice miraculously changed from soprano to baritone after a parachute jump over two years ago She is said to have the lowest range ofany feminine sing er on the airwaves Miss Lawton had established her professional reputation as a so 3rano and was heard with Paul Whiteman Rudy Vallce and other noted band leaders on the air and on the stage Two years ago white appearing in London she accepted a friends dare to make a para chute jump She stepped out of the plane at 8000 feet with a so prano yell Back on the ground once more she greeted amazed friends with a deep baritone voice Ten year old Stuart Canin inno cent cause of the BennyAllen feudi will return to the Town Hall stage to play The Bee again Stuart made his debut with Allen on Dec 30 At that time Fred commented that the prodigy put Benny to shame and that was the start of all the trouble a The colorful Spanish musical love story of life along1 the Kin Grande Rio Rita will supply the background for the fourth program in the new Beauty Box Theater series starring Jessica Dragonette outstanding lyric so prano on lie nationwide WABC Columbia network Wednesday night from to 9 oclock Miss Dragonette will be support ed in the vehicle by the music of At Goodman and his sym phonic orchestra and a concert tenor to he announced Miss Dragonette will sins When Youre in Love You Waltz and Flio Rita as solus and also the duet number Youre Always in My Arms Goodmans orchestra and a male chorus will feature the stir ring Kinkajou and the Ranp crs The tenor solos are In be Fiesta Time and Song of the River Rio Rita is concerned with the romantic activities of The Kinkajou a bandit and his love for a beautiful Spanish girl Rita Wednesday Feb 3 Sunup Serenade News Mason City Fur Shoppe Musical Clock Merkels Musical Clock Lyons Musical Clock Musical Clock Mier Wolfs Melody Time Damons Musical Clock Jack Sprats Food Stores Time ah Tunes Tyler Ryans Musical Clock Opening Markets and News Morning Concert Devotional Service The Rev C P Parker in charge Organ Reveries North Iowa News Skelgas Sons of the Pioneers This and That Mid Day Revue Northwestern Distributing Co MorGrain program GlobeGazette News and Markets MidDay Hevue Wolf Bros Coal Co Chapmans Musical Minia ture Iowa Farm Flashes MidDay Revue Cont Marianne at the Steinway Vance Music Co Luncheon Dance Mailbag Iowa Federation of Wo mens Clubs Afternoon Show Reading the GlobeGazette Tea Time Tunes Mason Cily Public Schoo Program GlobeGazette News New Records From Vance Home Folks Frolic Results From the Want Ad Rosario Bourdons Orch The Way You Look To night Finks and B and B News P G and E Rudolph Friml Jrs Orch Sports Review Decker Bros Dinner Hour News CurrieVan Ness Supper Dance Melodies Sons of the Pioneers Kay Kaysers Orch News Marshall and Swifts Dance and Sing Radio Night Club News Highway Oil Com pany Green Bros Orch Evening Dance Parade News First National Bank Melodeers Slumber Hour Swing Time News Abel and Son Goodnight WHO NBC Red Network Hea Mollies Iowa Central Standard USHJO Kilocycles Peb 3 Alorning Dcvottun Sing NciEhbor Sinn Musical Clock 0 Farm News Almanac of the Air u Chore Gang News Musical Fashion Notes Gene and Glenn Musicnl Clock Musical Clock Musical Clock Morning Melodies Hymns ot All Churches Belly and Bob 9M5 Todays Children NBC David Harum NBC Bachstace Wife NBC Monticello Parly Line The Voice of Experience NBC Kilty Kcene Inc Slory oC Mary Marlln NBC Natl Farm and Home Hour NBC Commercial Program News Broadcast 100 Mother Raudairs Open Houye Hits and Encores Vomeri in tlic News Market Report Judy ami jane Pepper Youngs Family NBC Ma Perkins NBC Vic and Sade NBC The ONeills NBC Henry Busse NBC Way Down Esat 345 The Guiding Liclil NBC Agnes Samuclson Talks to Teachers Houseboat Hannah 3rma Glen Organist NBC The Sweet Shop Revue Bulletins Dance Rhythms Junior Nurse Corps Jack Armstrong Sunset Corners Oprie Arnos n Andy NBC Uncle Ezras Radio Station NBC News Sports News Tony Cabooch One Mnnys Family NBC Wavne Kinc NHC Town Hall Tonight NBC Your Hit Parade ami Sweepstakes NBC Roy Shield ncvue NBC Greater Iowa Commission News Rainbow Room Orchestra NBC Veterans Forum Hickory House Orchestra NBC LiRhts Oiil NBC Snow Rain and WinB Storm Sweeps Japan KOBE Japan severe snow rain and wind storm swept the greater part of western Japan Tuesday crippling communica tions and damaging property Lynch 37 Lawyer 4 Dies at Des Mpines DBS MOINES W Lynch 37 Des Moines attorney died of heart disease at his home Tuesday Held on Pnrjury Charge NEWTON Albright 44 World war veteran oC near Lynnville is being held in jail here on charges ot perjury and conspiracy to obtain money under false pretenses Two others not yet in custody are named with Al bright on tile latter charge Chairman Pittman DNev the senate foreign relations com mittee predicted quick seriate ac cord on a permanent neutrality law Committee Is Polled A poll of the house agriculture committee showed pronounced sentiment for delaying action on farm tenancy legislation until more is known of the administra tions crop reduction control plans The Red Cross said more than the 510000000 it asked in a call to chapters wouldbe neededfor flood relief Morris L Cooke rural electri fication administrator saw evi dence a well coordinated util ity program to cripple coopera tives in moves to place coopera tives under regulation like private companies Kentucky has such a regulatory law and similar pro posals impend in other slates Keeps Eye on Strike While keeping an eye on the strike situation President Roose velt made a new move in behalf of flood sufferers opening the na tions ports to contributions des tined for their relief Proclaiming an emergency Mr Hoosevelt made it possible for do nations of food clothing medical supplies and the like from other countries to enter the United Stales duty free At the capitol the house com pleted action on a resolution cre ating a joint committee of nine representatives and nine senators to study President Roosevelts gov ernment reorganization proposals GRAVITY be called Paige boys to them that hotel feeling GRACIES TO PRODUCE HOLLYWOOD HOTEL is going to put on a Hollywood Hotel program of her own during the Bums and Allen program on Wednesday night over WCCO from to 8 p m Shes doing it to show the original Hollywood Hotel pro ducers how the job really ought to be done George is going to be a desk clerk Graeie is convinced the boys in Raymond Paiges orchestra should give Also Georpe rts desk cleric should as sign all guests of the hostelry the worst rooms so they wont sit around the lobby and have to look at Georges pan Tony Martin besides contribut ing several popular selections will be heard in the role elevator boy so Graeie can ride up and down with him all day long and kiss him whenever she wants to Henry King and his orchestra will play their usual role ot mu sicians because Graeie thinks it would be swell to have an orches tra in the dining room so patrons wont notice the lumps in their mashed potatoes and the strings in their beans Georgr is not particularly sold on the whole idea but as lie suc cinctly remarked You know Grade wcco Columbia Broadcasting System MinneapolisSi Paul Central SUniUrd Tims KID Kilocycles Roads Delay Court CRESTON roads forced a postponement in the con vening of district court here Mon day when Judge Homer A Fuller of MounJ Ayr decided not to at tempt the hazardous trip The court is scheduled to convene to day E0R TAXPMD Lowest Prices in City TANK ARC AS 414 South Federal St MASON CITY IOWA nt CharlesCity Harripton and Nora Springs DEALERS WANTED Conrad Thibault out in Holly wood for the Fred Astaire broad misses the snowy slopes of his native New England To maKe up for them he goes to tHe famous Arrowhead Inn in the San Bcr nadino mountains between Tues day shows to indulge m winter sports RI5 Time Signals Air Almanac Junior Broadcasters Club T30 Musical Chimes Allen Prcscolt Genn and Glenn Belly and Boh Mortem Cinderella Betly Crocker Hyjnns John Watkins Magazine of the Air Big Sister Allen Floy Dafoe I The Gumps Between the Bookcnds Kitty Kecnc Ma Perkins Five Star Revue Musical Hope Aldens Homatice Aunt Jenny Kathryti Cravens School of the Air Myrt and Marge Markets Police News Stocks Melodic Moments Ladles First Musical Del Casino P T A Childrens Corner Schedule Livestock Wildeniess Road JuniorNurse Corps Fronl Pace Parade V10 lack Armstrong Rcnfvcvv of Hie Mounted Eisy Aces firli the SaJtor fl 1i Boakc Carter TiOil Cavalcade of America Burns and Allen Nino Martini Jessica Ganc Busters To Be Announced Poetic Melodies Ncwstime Rollle Johnson Reports Ccc Hurst Leonard Keller Benny Merotf Larry Lee NEWS BROADCASTS News broadcasts begin over KGLQ al 7 ocloclc each morn ing At 0 ocloclc week days the opening markets and the news are heard in a 15 minute broad cast and at 11 oclock every day except Sunday arc brought lo you the North Iowa news flashes A 15 minute broadcast at daily except Sundiy brings you the markets and news and at 4 oclock you may hear the feature Heading the GlobeGazette A 5 minute news period comes at 5 oclock then again 6 At a 15 minute sports review is given each day by Al Mitchell Glob eGazette sports editor Five minute broadcasts of the news at 7 8 9 and 10 oclock and a 15 minute broadcast at 31 p m which closes KGLOs program for the day completes the newspaper of the air The 11 oclock broadcast is press time for KGLO and the next days edition comes out at 7 a m Pope Plans Future Engagements as If Death Were Unlikely VATICAN CITY P Pope ius XI contracted further engage nerils Tuesday as though he con idered death unlikely to prevent heir fulfillment Although his return to active onsideration of church affairs vas reported to have aggravated is suffering the holy father Avas understood to be planning to go to Castel Gandolfo summer resi lence at the end of May In addition to the March 7 date e has set for blessing a golden for Queen Elena ot Italy the Pope tentatively scheduled the in auguration of the new pontifical academy for May 11 his name day As planned the pontiff would celebrate his 80th birthday anni versary at Castel Gandolfo NEW JAPANESE CABINET RULES tmperor Brings Crisis to End With Acceptance of Hayashis TOKIO In a brief busi CHARLES GITYAN FOUND HANGING No Reason Given for Suicide Act of H M Russell Farmer CHARLES M Rus sell farmer residing a few miles south of Charles City on highway No 218 was found hanging in his barn Tuesday morning by his wife when she went to feed the chickens Coroner Charles Snydev stated the death was suicide Sheriff B F Atherton was also called to the nesslike ceremony in the imperial palace Emperor Hirohilo Tuesday erided Japans constitutional crisis with formal acceptance of Gen Senjuro Hayashis compromise cabinet The 20mmute ceremony in re splendent Phoenix hall marked a temporary truce between military bureaucracy and parliamentary leaders and climaxed a 12day fight by army extremists for a strong rightist cabinet Success of the moderate Hayashi was considered by observers to have resulted from widespread public displeasure when army op position blocked the efforts ot Gen Kazushige Ugaki Financial and industrial circles reacted favorably to the new gov ernment expressing belief ap pointment of Toyotaro Yuki as fi nance minister dispelled fears ot an outright fascist regime farm No reason the hanging was given for Mr Russell is survived by his wife and one sou Leslie 25 who is employed at the Oliver plant NBC Blue Network Cedar Rapids and Waterloo Iowa Central Standard Time Kilocycles Wednesday Feb 3 Tall Corn Time Farming in the News Til II Corn Time Family Altar Ncwstime Musical Clock Kltl Tim Brarty Frank Voolker Qrsnnist 45 Interlude Women in the News Police Btolter Morning Newscast Scoty Views the News Marriage Clinic Masic Kitchen Lou Webb at Uie Orsan Music Memory Contest Vic and Sadc Edward 14 WPA Workers on Leave Injured When Truck Strikes Train ANNA 111 WPA workers who had been doing levee work at Cairo were injured Mon day night some seriously when their truck struck a freight train at Gale 111 40 miles northwest of Cairo The men wre brought to a hos pital here where the telephone switchboard operator reported their injuries included several broken arms and legs and frac tured skulls All Duties Removed on Supplies Donated to Flood Stricken WASHINGTON Roosevelt proclaimed an emer gency Tuesday to permit the im portation duty free of foreign do nations of food clothing medical and other supplies for flood suf ferers pfficials said several foreign countries particularly Canada had sent and were sending relief supplies to the flood zones The president aVted under a provision of the 1930 tariff law Beer Truck Stalls on Railroad Track ST PAUL Cham bers 23 RocUford 111 escaped njury Monday night when he bandoned his stalled beer truck n the middle of railroad tracks near here Four hundred thirty es of beer were scattered over he countrysideby a northbound rain am Organ 11I5 Lou Webb at the Org WMT German Band Noonday Newscast Cedar Valley Hillbillies Question Man Voice of Iowa Markets Cedar Valley Hillbillies Joe Doakes Aunt Fanny Mothers Rome Life Many Happy Returns Iowa Cornhuskers Musical Ahnanne Movie Man Commercial Program Izzy on the Air Bailey AM on Pools Corner Court Hirssey Knul Mann and Irxiin Piano Duo Reporter ot Odd Facts Times ParentTeachers Council Council YmmK Hickory I 0fl Airhreaks Freshest Thine In Town Happy Chappies Cozy Corners flitSMidfie Williams Evening Newscast Orphan Annie Easy Acsc Original Jesters Frank Voclker Organist Final Edition Diamond Cily News Broadway Merry Go Round Famous Actors Guild WMT Band Wagon Tommy Dorsey Jniz Nocturne Romance and Roses t Opera Dream Songs Ncwatime Howard Kramer Emit Coleman I1 tm Eddie tiuubin Uovi Rreotle Tinmiv Garrctt Sipn Barrymore Need Not Be Jealous of Elaine SAN FRANCISCO John Barrymore was jealous of his vifes stage career he must feel jetter Her west coast stage debut icre Monday night in The Return f Hannibal gave her too smaU t part to inspire jealousy The audience which little more han half filled a sizable theater or the premiere Armory Hares poetic tragedy received the clas sic sounding play with pleasure but it had to wait until the third scene from the end to get a glimpse of the brunet Elaine Jac obs Barrie Barrymore AVStll offers snorts fans a lirnadcasl nf the IowaNorth Dakota basketball Bamo at Iowa City at Wednesday niffhl Correct this sentence Please nvest it for me said the friend and I wont blame you if I lose Times KGLO TONIGHT News P G and E H Friml Jrs Orch Sports Review Decker Bros Dinner Hour News CurrieVan Ness Supper Dance Melodies Sons of the Pioneers Kings Men News Marshall and Swift 5 Minute Home Loan Bank Arleigh Marshall interview Radio Night Club News Highway Oil Co Green Bros Orch Evening Dance Parade News First National Bank lOOS Mclocieers Slumber Hour Swing Time News Abel and Son Goodnight iritish King Queen Express Sympathy LONDON George and Queen Elizabeth cabledPres dent Roosevelt Tuesday express ng their sympalhjfor flood stricken residents in the Ohio and Mississippi rivervalleys 1 KKK Keincbrporated DES Knights of the Ku Klux Klan was reincor poraled in Iowa under a certificate ssued by the secretary of state Ralph W Hoyt Greenfield was named as the klans Iowa statu tory agent Hoyt is a former state president TrrE VERY BEST FOR A LITTLE LESS Iowa State College Station Ames Iowa 610 IVriliifiMlaj fb 1 Tuning In iMnlins 7r30 NCWJ Not OR ifvcnucnily Tuotin from GlobeGa7cltr erfilsl 7lO TUe Aluslc Shop tContiiiucdl News Ilic Hour The Music Shop Conlinuedi Opening MarkcI News of the Hour The Galvin Midwiidt Market News News of the Hour The Homemakers Midwest Market News Class in Agriculture Fishers Concertina Orchestra Rhyme and Hhythm State Police Bulletins Afield With the Foresters Midwest Market News Morning News Summary The Farmer and His Soil Problems Stanton Memorial Carillon Memorial Union Pipe Organ Radio Child Study Club Closing Midwest Hour News of the Hour Masterwork Series Far 4filt The Forty and 1 S C Hcparlmonf of English2 Attrrnoon News Summary Sign Off TONIGHTS GUEST PROFESSOR PRESIDENT OAKIE distinguished Hollywood educator in person BENNY GOODMANS Swing Band PROFESSOR EDDIE CANTOR HOLLYWOOD COMEDIANS AND SINGING STARS SPECIAL AMATEUR TALENT FROM AMERICAS GREAT COLLEGES Every Tuesday Night TIME pm E 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