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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 23, 1937, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MAKCH 23 1937 to icach liberal objectives and Moley when the latter conclud ed his prepared statement When Moley conceded the su preme court should pay atten tion to the political thought as expressed at the polls Neely asked if it had not failed to do so It is too broad to say it hasnt paid any attention to the political thought Moley replied Do you think the court should exercise legislative power There ought lo be restrictions one which would impose upon one present chief execu almost sole responsibil ity of determining the final objec tives arid liberalism and which divides not only a party but a movement Would Impair Traditions I am opposed to it he added because 1 believe that even if it did temporarily remove an ob stacle to the evolution of progres sive reform it would in the end impair those institutional methods and traditions which make pro gressive evolution possible I am opposed to this plan because I believe Uhat there is a better way to achieve the immediate and the ultimate objective Moley contended that the Roose velt billwas submitted as a makeshift unsatisfactory panacea accompanied by apologies that better solution is not possible It seems to me he contended that a moment such as this when economic life has risen to some thing like a normal here I am merely repeating the statement of fact presented by the administration in the past cam this is the time for carefulreasoned planning In a word the time has come for the best ofremedies and not the sec ond best Not Permanent Solution This proposal does not offer a permanent solution It does not prevent the recurrence exactly the same evil it is designed to I believe in the purposes ofthis new deal But I am not for thisnewdeal alone I am for fu ture new deals as well unhamp ered by the dead hand of the past Basing his objection to the bill on still another ground Moley aigued that the proposal was in adequate because it would still leave congiess without the spe cific powers it needs to legulate industry and agricultuie in the public interest Sound Moley said would dictate that of reform the new court is expected enthusiastically to ap prove be determined in advance GreaterFederal Control Heargued that it the reforms tended toward a greater federal control of economic life Even a rejrivigorated court would not validate these reforms under the constitution as it now stands If the reforms tended otherwise he rsaid then supporters of the plan will have bought a pig in on the court with reference to that power Have Legislative Power Do you think it ought to have legislative power Yes Do you think it was intended by the makers of the constitution that the court should have legisla tive power and make laws No not make laws Moley re plied There was a brief clash between Rigid Inspection of All Texas Schools Expected a Moley said he whether the plan doubled also would com pletely fulfill the requirement of haste which seems to be one of the major arguments of its pro ponents estimated it would be 1939 pefore thebill Tthenew court set up and the new measures presented for adjudica tion No Speed Advantage This does not suggest in tlia matter of speed he added a great advantage over ah alterna tive method by which the admin istration might put its great pres tige and1 powerv behind an amend ment or several amendments We who honestly believe in the purposes of the president Moley said but oppose his reor ganization of the court can not help but see in his course the per petuation of a basic wrong Does the president mean tha we shall have no more amend ments to the constitution Does he mean that in the future there willbe change to meet the chang ing times only through interpreta tion Does he mean that the con stitution must always be what the judges say it is Neely Cross Examiner Senator Neely D W Va started the cross examination o Neely and Senator Borah as the Idaho senator contended Neely was not permitting Moley to ans wer the questions Have the new deal objectives in giving relief to mum wages arid maximum hours obtained Neely asked j Want Minimum Wage No andI dont think they can under the constitution as it has been interpreted Moley replied If we want minimum wages and maximum hours it is my belief the constitution will have to be amended Moleyexplained that I would enthusiastically support in my small way any amendment agreed on by the liberal members of con gress and the president Senator Logan DKy read a former statement by Moley hold ing that the constitution was flex ible and should be so interpreted bythe court If the court has put the con stitution in a straightjacket your position is it should be amended amended and amended Logan asked Would Rather Amend I would rather amend amend and amend Moley replied than pack pack and pack I agree wlih you Logan said I dont like the proposal we are considering but I cant find a better way Anotherto speak out Tuesday on the presidents court reorgani zation plan was Senator Andrews DFla He urged the senate to approve a constitutional amend ment he has proposed under which justices would be compelled to re tire at 75 Senator Bailey DN Car took exception to the opinion given by Wheeler Monday that the demo cratic dissenters could agree quickly To Oppose Amendments He said he would oppose amendments such as suggested1 by Wheeler and OMahoney which he believes tend to curb the court or interfere its func tions Wheelers amendment would empower congress to override a supreme court decision by a two thirds vote OMahoneys would equire a twothirds vote by the ourt to invalidate a law The Wheeler proposal in which Senator Bone DWash concur ed is patterned after the Madi Buildines Closed as Safety Experts Hunt for Any Blast Dangers NEW LONDON Tex Eigid inspection of every rural school in the vast east Texas oil lield area was the expected after math Tuesday ol the disastrous London school explosion caused experts agreed by accumulated gas School doors were shut as safety experts began a search for pos sible similar conditions that killed 455 here Extreme caution pervaded the area especially after Gordon C Hawley chief engineer ot the r j r TD Defends F R Plan on amendment originally con idered during the convention vhich framed the constitution It provides for ratification by state conventions rather than by state legislatures and would per mit congress to reenact an inval idated law only after a congres sional election intervened Judge ClarkeTalks The only living former justice of the supreme court John Hessin Clarke of San Diego declared in a radio address Mon day night that the bill was plain ly within congressional powers He emphasized that he was con sidering in his speech only the question of constitutionality states fire insurance department told a military court of inquiry Monday he had located another school in the vicinity endangered by escaping gas Gas Was Escaping A test a few hours ago Haw ley told the investigators at the Carlisle school near here showed gas was escaping underneath the place at the rate of 720 cubic feet a day all of which makes this occasion all the more omnipotent Engineer Li B Newsum of the state fire insurance departmen aided in discovering the Carlisle leak if a superficial inspection gives results like that he said wha will a general inspection give This is just an average school Dr E P Schoch Texas univer sity chemist and authority on ex plosions said all signs pointed t an accumulation of gas under th basement floor as the cause of th London tragedy worst of its kim in the nation Use Free Supply Other witnesses testified tha school officials switched from us of a commercial gas to a free sup ply obtained by piping into th residue line of an oil company las January Gas radiators heated th school The military board did no make publican opinion on 11 findings and will not do so unles specifically requested by Gov James V Allrect Hawley said This traged would not have happened if cer tain regulatory measures had bee taken He urged legislation tha would include astate electric law a state boiler safety code a stat exit code and other general safet measures And give the slate authority to make em behave he added Martial Law Uftca Martial law was lifted as Dr Schoch concluded his lengthy opinion and the court adjourned Two possible theories for igni tion of the gas advancedby Dr Schochincluded the throwing of alight switchandpossible sparks from electric equipment definite origin of the explosion vas not given but the professor pointed out It could have been on any one of the 72 radiators Superintendent of Schools W C Shaw whose son was killed in the blast testified in reply to the statement by D L Clark field ioreman for the Parade Gasoline company that the school tapped on a company line without his knowledge Conferred With Clover Said Shaw I conferred with Mr Earl Clo ver superintendent of Parade and he did not give us specific permission He warned we were liable to be cut loose at any time but I concluded that he did no particularly object Judson Wyche school boarc member was asked to describe what he saw when he reached the blast scene Thursday Radio News and TimeTable KGLO Mason City GlobeGazette Mason City Kilocycles WMT NBC Blue Network TUESDAY NIGHT Cedar Raplda and Waterloo Central Standard 600 Kilocytlei John Hessin Clarlte only Hv inff retired U S supreme court justice Monday night in a radio address defended tile constitu iionality oC President Roosevelts proposal to enlarge the supreme court SEEK SPEED ON ELECTRIFICATION Heads of Five North Iowa County CoOps Confer With Carmody WASHINGTON of five North Iowa county coopera tive electric associations talked with Administrator John M Car mody the rural electrification administration Monday in an at tempt to speed up work on the undertakings Members of the group said they were assured by Carmody every thing possible would be done to meet their request and that a de cision to consider building their own generating plant satisfac tory bids are not obtained from private power interests would be approved by the federal govern ment Representative John W Gwynne Waterloo Iowa said if the cooperatives found it inex pedient to purchase their power from private interests their own plant probably would be built somewhere between Hampton and Iowa Falls although discussions had not progressed to that point yet lowans here forthe talkwith Carmody were ErnestNeal Shell Rock board chairman Butler county electric cooperative Clif ord Green Conrad president of board Grundy county electric co operative Ralph Mason Iowa Falls board president Hardin county electric cooperative Hugh Vlissildine Hampton board pres ident Franklin county electric co operative Paul Mather board president Wright county electric cooperative George Kerstine Clarion secretary oE board Jay Vandelboe Clarion county agent Lou Plager Grundy Center coun ty agent and Representatives Gwynne and Fred C Gilchrisl Laurens Senators Guy M Gillette and Clyde L Herring both of Iowa News P G and E Rudolph Friml Jrs Orch Sports Review Decker Bros Dinner Hour News CurrieVan Ness Musical Interlude Review of the Markets Dance Hour Concert Hall of the Air Henry Kings Orchestra News Marshall and Swift North Iowa Forum Allen Patton and1 Kenneth Waughtal Ivory Melodies Radio Night Club News Highway Oil Co Five Minute Mystery United Home Bank Art Tatum piano American Family Robinson News First National Bank Jerry Shelton and his ac cordian Song Styles of the Master Singers Jimmy Griers Orchestra Rhythm Rascals News Abel and Son Inc Slumber Hour Good Night Wednesday March 24 Home Folks Frolic Sunup Serenade News Mason City Fur Shoppe Halls Mystery Melody Time Alarm Clock Hour Merkels Musical Clock Lyons Musical Breakfast Musical Clock Kembles Greenhouse Mier Wolfs Melody Time Voice ot Damons Jack Sprat Food Stores Time an Tunes Tyler Hyans Musical Clock Market and News On the Mall Devotional Service in charge ot C E Gilman In the Music Room Iowa News Skelgas Belle and Martha Diamond Bakers This and That Farmer Bill McCormick Deering Dealers MoreGain Program North western Distributing Co News Hubbard Milling Company Peters en Roofing Gos Man on the Street Chapmans Musical Mina ture Wolf Bros Coal Co MidDay Revue Cont County Agents Talk Marianne at the Steimvay Vance Music Company Melody Matinee Finks and Wednesday March 2t Tall Corn Time Family AUar Newslime Commercial Program Musical Clock Tim Brady and Hi HoundUp Frank Voelker Organist Oddities In Uie News Women In the News Interlude Mornlnc Newscast Scolly Views the News Pepper Younss Family MaRic Kitchen Markets Pine Ridae Mnsicraaksrs Music Memory Vic and Bade Edward MacHup NorEe All Stars Lou Webb at the Organ WMT German Band Noonday Newscast Cedar Valley Hillbillies The Weather Master Question Man Voice ot Iowa Markels Cedar Valley Hillbillies Joe Doakes Aunt Fanny Iowa Cornhuskers Many Happy Returns Iowa Cornhuskers Musical Almanac Bill Brown The Movie Man Commercial Program Izzy on the Air Swing Time Court Hussey Love and Learn Reporter of Odd Tacts Tunes World Parent Teachers Council Vouns Hickory Airbreaks Freshest Thing in Town The Day Dreamer Harry Kopens Orchestra Frank Voelker Organist Orphan Annie Easy Aces Doris Hare English Comedienrie EvenmK Newscast Diamond City News Broadway Merry Go Kound Famous Actors Guild Professional Parade Vic and Bade WMT Band Wagon Tales of Opera Dream Songs Newslime Dance Band Kay Kysers Orchestra Horace Heidt Lou Breeze Orchestra Charlie Agncws Orchestra Sign Off ASKPAYBOOST Formal Notice Is Served On All Roads by Big Five Brotherhoods CHICAGO big five railway brotherhoods represent ing about 300000 workmen served formal notice simultaneously Mon day asking a 20 per cent increase in wages The joint notices were signed by executives of the brotherhoods of locomotive firemen and engine men conductors engineers train men and switchmen said J A Phillips conductors president The demands were prepared here Jan 20 after a nine day con ference The IB non operating brother hoods recently prepared similar demands They represent approxi mately 800000 workers Senate Committee Gives Approval to Coal Control Bill WASHINGTON sen ate commerce committee approved the GuffeyVinson bituminous coal control bill Monday in sub stantially the same form as it was passed by the house The committee added an amend ment exempting statistical bureaus from civil service and approved another which would exempt farm cooperatives from provisions of the bill The measure is designed to reg ulate the vast soft coal industry througli minimum price fixing G H KEISTER WHO NBC Red Network Dei nfolnrs loira Central standard 1000 Kilocycles I didnt go in They told me my little girl He halted The court excused him L iiick is with the smartappearing makes his own wins the interest and 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Churches Betty and Bob Todays Children David Harum Backstage Wife Monlicello Party Line The Voice of Experience Kitty Kccntr Inc Story oE Mary Marlin Natf Farm and Home Hour Commercial Program How the Public Can Help the Patrol Boys will be the subject of a question and ans wer discussion on the North Iowa forum of KGLO at Wednesday night Participating in the forum will be Arthur Kragcr Lincoln junior high school principal and G II Keister high school mechanics instructor A dancing school on the west coast requires that its students see Fred Astaires pictures and listen to his broadcasts Charlie Butter worth remarks that it might be called a tip for taps Was Now Hears the Clock Tick I was so deaf that I could hear nothing now I can hear the clock tick writes Miss I C Golds boro N C OURINE was created by an European ear specialist is a simple home treatment wriich is bringing new hope and hap piness to sufferers everywhere If you are hard of hearing bothered by head noises earache ringing and buzzing in ears sick with the dread of approaching deafness get OURINE today Relief is quick costs only a few cents a day Money back if dissatisfied Sold at your Ford Hopkins Drug Store Admit Chicken Theft WAUKON guilty to a chicken stealing charge Spence Spore 21 and James Spores 27 were sentenced to one year in the county jail by Judge T H Goheen To Vote on Court NEWTON estab lishment of a municipal court will be voted on by Newton residents March 29 The Hub Club Calendar Womens Page of the Air Music and Flowers Heading the GlobeGazette Nora Springs Community Broadcast Garner Community Broad cast Mason City Public Schools Program News Mason City Distrib uting Co 505 New Records from Vances Junior Music Hall Herman son Bros Dairy Gems of Melody Lundbergs Fashion News News P G and E Rudolph Friml Jrs Orch Sports Review Decker Bros Dinner Hour Diamond City News CurrieVan Ness Garner Sales Co Review of the Markets Dance Hour Concert Hall ot the Air Hal Graysons Orch News Marshall and Swift North Iowa Forum Ivory Melodies Radio Night Club News Highway Oil Com pany Art Tatum pianist American Family Robinson American Legion Hour News First National Bank Jerry Shelton and his ac cordion Song Styles Cleo Brown Jimmy Griers Orch Segar Ellis Orch News Pritchard Motor Co The Slumber Hour Goodnight EASTER The ComingOut Day for Spring Attire Only Four Days Away AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I dont see much change in folks since I was young except dirty stories haye moved from the livery stable to the livin room 640 Kilocycles WOI College Station Iowa State Ames Iowa Wednesday March 21 Service Tlejiorls 7CO Matins News Notes The Music Shop News of Ihc Hour Music Shop continued Service Reports News of the Hour The Alleged Great Aunt Rul Galvfn Service Reports News of the Hour The Homemakcrs Service Reports News the Hour Fishers Concertina Orchestra Stale Police Bulletins State Department of Agriculture Service Reports News Summary Iowa Soils Problems Service Reports News of the Hour Story City Childrens Choir 230 Radio Child Study Club of the Hour Masterwork Far Lands mitti Calvin Holies Children 430pcpartmcnt if Fducatlon Summary Men ot Vision Mother Randalls Open House Light Opera Favorites Market deport Judy and Jane Pepper Youngs Family Ma Perkins Vic and Siicie The ONeills HenryBusse Agnes Samuelson Talks la Teachers Way Down East The Guiding Light Rliylhm Makers Houseboat Hannah Gene and Glenn Adventures oE Dart Dan News Revue Junior Nurse Corps Jack Armstrong Lem Turner and the Four Dons Amos n Andy Uncle Ezras Radio Station News Musical Moments One Mans Family Wayne King Town Hall ToniRht Your Hit Parade and Sweepstakes Gladys Swarlhout Virginia Dare News Strange Facts Dick Tetbert Veterans Forum Chez Paris Orchestra Lights VAINLY TRIED TO SEEMY BENITO Mme La Ferriere Quizzed About Shooting Count de Chambrun PARIS for Mme Madeline La Ferriere French newspaper writer who chose a bullet as a bon voyage for Count Charles deChambrun at the Gate du Nord last Wednesday night emerged from a closed court hearing late Monday and said the woman had told oE vainly trying to see my Benito after a months cordial relationship with Premier Mussolini Mme La Ferriere who has de clared she shot the former ambas sador to Italy because he caused her to lose the esteem of an un named great statesman also was quoted as saying the counts action indirectly led to her discharge from a job she had with the Paris International exposition She told her story to Examin ing Magistrate Girard after refus ing to ride to court in a police wagon She made the trip by taxi instead The smartly dressed La Ferriere returned to jail after the again via fur ther examination Wednesday She was held on a charge of assault and battery Farm Laborer Near Alta Electrocuted HOLSTEIN War jiei 23 farm laborer was electro Icuted accidentally near Alta Blue Kid Rose Mahogany Kid a beautiful high instep p u m p by RiceONeill the pair Blue Gabardine with calf trim to 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