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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1937, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES AiL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLIII FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS AND UNITED PRESS FULL LEASED WIRES MASON GITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 1937 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 192 Talk About Depressions Stewart Surprised More Dont Seek Solution By CHARLES F STEWAKT ASHING TON CPA How will thf United States meet its next depres sion One hears this question asked with sur prising frequen cy in Washing tons official circlet Senator Mil lard E Tydings of Maiyland re cently put it with extraor dinary plain ness Another will be due in 1939 or 1940 he said He quoted Chairman Eccles of the federal reserve board for mer Vice President Charles G Dawes and all economists as predicting it He agreed with them tco When it comes as it must wha are we going to do he asked Wallace Is Exception To me it seems queer that no public man with one exception inquires How is another depression to be prevented The exception is Secretary of Agriculture Henry A Wallace Wallace suggests the desirabil ity of hitting upon some plan to end the alternation of booms and slumps SMASH DES MOINES WINDOWS Opposes World Monetary Meeting GERM ANY CALLS TO CRITICISMS Lodges Informal Protest at Cardinals Insults to Hitler Nazis WASHINGTON Ger man embassy has made informal representations to the state de partment over criticisms voiced by Cardinal Mundelein at Chicago against Chancellor Hitler and Ger manys nazi regime This was learned Thursday co incident with a statement by em bassy officials that Ambassador Hans H Dieckhoff had not thus far received instructions from his government to make a formal pro tes Subsequently Dieckhoff after a j brief courtesy call on Wilbur J Carr assistant secretary of state told newsmen that the King George VI Holds Coronation Navy Review Warships of Britain Just what his scheme is does not i tion by the embassy on its own ini seem clear to me Nevertheless it appears to me to be a far brighter idea not to have depressions than to know how to struggle tnrough them with as little distress as possible when they befall Henry George Disciple I suspect Secretary Wallace of being a disciple of Henry George an economist of a generation ago the Messiah ofthe single tax philosophy of thai philoso phy which if accepted in time probably wouldhave prevented subsequent booms and slumps If it had oeen accepted then I dont doubt that jj would have done the business I am not so sure that the Henry Georgian plan of taxation exclu sively upon land values could be adopted today without a revolu tion Even yet the theory is cor rect but are different A start is harder if not impos sible It is almost if not quite too late Different in 80s In the 1880s and a little later there was in plenty of free land All the cash it took to preempt a sizable bit of it was a nominal filing fee Anyone who in the east was tiative seemed to close the incident as far as his government con cerned No Reply Required Secretary Hull said at his press conference that the character of the representations did riot call for a reply by this government Had they been of a formal nature diplomatic custom would have re quired the state department to make some rejoinder Dieckhoff indicated he expected no formal protest to be made When we received a report ol Cardinal Mundeleins remarks from our consul general in Chi Dieckhoff said we called it to the attention of the state de partment hi the usualfriendly way Of course we could not ig nore the statement of a man of his position criticizing the head of the German Austrian Mundeleins antinazi remarks in which he referred to Hitler as an Austrian paperhanger and a poor one at were called to the attention of James Clement Dunn chief of the state depart ments western European division by Doctor Hans Thomsen coun selor of the German embassy Wednesday Thomsen showed Dunn press ac labor competition could move westward and take tip a farm Not all industrial workers chose to do it but enough of them did to relieve pressure to the east ward This outlet is closed now Even the original settlers are evicted by foreclosing eastern mortgages Have Become Tenants Or if not actually evicted they have become per cent of them or more in the richest farming regions where tenantry was practically unknown 50 years ago san speech of last Tuesday while he was in the department on other routine business He was said to have deplored Mundeleins speech as calculated to put a further strain on AmericanGerman rela tions Dr Dieckhoff is just beginning his career as German ambassador at Washington He recently suc ceeded Dr Hans Luther who car ried to the state department the third reichs protests against anti Hitler utterances by Mayor Fiorel lo LaGuardia of New York Nazi Press Attacks i These were in turn foil wed by Disregard of Henry Georgeism Berlin representations by the United States ambassador against nazi press attacks on American citizens and institutions Cardinal Mundelein on Tuesday said in a diocesan speech at Chi cago that the German trials of priests and lay brothers on immor ality charges constituted propa ganda worse than the atrocity tales of the World war He termed Pro paganda Minister Paul Joseph Goebbels The German press immediately burst into protest asking if the Holy See wouM permit such a c cecli At Vatican City prelates said the cardinal had a right to speak his own mind and that the Holy See would not interfere 17 Foreign Nations Assembled 19S7 BjUnited Press WITH THE KINGS FLEET PROCESSION SPITHEAD The guns of the mightiest fleet ever assembled in the history of the world thundered in salute Thursday as King George VI re viewed the might of Great Bri tains sea power and the warships of 17 foreign nations at his coro nation review The king and queen and little Princess Elizabeth heir to the throne stood on the bridge of the royal 3facht Victoria and Albert as it steamed slowly down the line of 277 ships covering an area of 24 square miles between Ports mouth and the Isle of Wight and aggregating 52 miles in length An Impressive Sight It was an impressive sight The flags of all nations fluttered in the breeze The shores were black with cheering thousands groups of whom burst spontaneously in sing ing Rule Rule the As the Victoria and Albert en tered the lines at p flags broke out on the hundreds of ships i including those of 10 British ad mirals and six foreign admirals The stars and stripes the French tricolor the and red German flag with swastika flut tered in the sunshine It was a strange contrast of in ternationa amity and a display of Crews at Attention The crew of all were drawn at attention on the decks It was estimated the crews num bered about The king was In the full dress uniform of an admiral of the fleet and the blue ribbon of the Garter Son of George V the sailor Calls on League SEPARATE TALK WITH EACH OF NATIONS URGED Treasury Head Agrees With Late Will Rogers on Conferences WASHINGTON Treasury authorities disclosed Thursday that Secretary Morgenthau 15 opposed to any general monetary confer ence with other nation Lindy Spends Anniversary at His Home Holds No Celebration Ten Years After Flight to Pans LONDON Charles A Lindbergh who 10 years ago Thursday started from New York on a flight to Paris few thought could end on land spent his tenth anniversary a virtual recluse at his country home in Kent There were local celebrations in New York and Paris but Lind The treasury chief informed of 1imself whom jt PREMIER JUAN NEGKIN he gazed with pride on the wall of steel has replaced Englands wooden wall of old The queen wore a beige coat I small beige hat and had on smoked glasses Princess Eliza beth bare headed and excited was in a rose pink coat Also aboard the yacht were the duke and duchess of Gloucester the duke and duchess of Kent Princess Alice and the earl of Athlone ASK REVIEW OF INTERVENTION Loyalist Spam Appeals to League France Backs British Plan GENEVA The Spanish loyalist government in a telegram to the league of nations Thursday asked that league council meeting Monday intervention situation in the civil rar Development of foreign inter vention in Spain has assumed such proportions that without doubt it constitutes circumstances which render it necessary that the coun cil proceed to examine the ques ficials said believes that any mon etary agreements looking toward stabilization or other ends should be worked out in talks with indi vidual nations These persons said Morgenthau feels that big conferences involving many nations customarily bog down in widespread differences They pointed out that the tri power monetary agreement by Great Britain France and the Unit ed States was effected last Sep tember after talks between repre sentatives of the United States and spokesmen for each of the other countries Ot capitol hill a proposal has been advanced to hold a general monetary conference designed to effect a redistribution of the world fame and black it An unobtrusive police guard around the home and a big toothy German police dog which he im ported from the United States were sufficient evidences of Lind berghs attitude that he wants to be let alone Car in Garage The Lindbergh car remained in the garage and little Jon who on Tuesday the lawn was not seen nor was any other mem ber of the family Lindbergh has shown tradition ally reticent Britons how to be reticent and the chief attention which he excites here is due to his strenuous efforts to avoid atten tion Lindbergh his wife and fhfiir i son Jon live in a rambling old Close associates of Morgenthau homej Long Bara at Wealdi ncar worlds gold supply said he felt the same as the late Will Rogers about international conferences They cited Rogers re mark that America loses its shirt every time it goes into a confer is what caused that Well Secretary Wallace would like to go back to first start again It is a beautiful notion But will ft Secretary Wallace appears to think that it will Senator Tydings and others Jook for alternate booms and slumps forever It is a question Can be get back LEO WEGMAN IN AUTO ACCIDENT State Treasurer and E H Birmingham Uninjured in Collision OGDEN Treasurer Leo J Wegman and E H Birm ingham of Sioux City democratic state chairman escaped injury Thursday noon in an automobile accident one and a half milis east of here on highway 30 Wegman said he was driving west when his car was struck by RASKOB CLAIMS TRADING LEGAL Defends Cross Sales Made With duPont to Reduce Income Taxes NEW YORK J Ras ob former chairman of the democratic national committee defended Thursday the legality of the cross sales of securities he made with Pierre S duPont after the 1929 Wall street panic by which the two industrialists es tablished losses of more than which they deducted on their 1929 taxes Raskob testifying in the hear ing before Richard L Disney of the U S board of tax appeals declared that at no time was there any agreement or understanding between him and duPonts his as sociate for many years to repur chase the securities they sold back and forth on Nov 13 and Dec 26 after the October crash Gets Life Term for Shooting Wife Who Was Tired of Livin VILLE PLATTE Melvin Vidrine 27 I year old machine driven by Wirtz who was entering the high way from a side road Wegman said if he had not been driving slowly he and Biiming ham likely would have eEn in jured seriously The Wegiran car left the pavement but was stopped before reaching the ditch or up setting The state officials were cnrouie to Manson for the opening of the state high school baseball tourna ment Evangeline parish farmer Thurs day was convicted of murder without capital punishment for killing his common law wife Fro zina Vizinat 24 The verdict carries a life sentence Vidrine had based bis defense on the contention that he shot his wife after she begged him to because she was tired of He buried her body in a shallow grave in the woods The jury deliberated overnight after hearing from the young farmer a mumbled story of pov erty and hardship in the back woods of the Acadian country Dies in Hotel Room WATERLOO R J Robin son 40 of Blooming Prairie traveling salesman died of a heart attack in his hotel room Hulda m Hoovers Thoughts When He Faces Mind Reader NEW YORK iff Herbert Hoover thinks of telegram signed by Jose Giral Pereira foreign min ister in the new cabinet of Premier Juan Negrin The telegram arrived coincident ly with news from Paris that France had approved a British suggestion for international action designed to arrange a truce in the civil war under which all foreign volunteers would be withdrawn It was believed that the loyalist telegram made certain a bitter fight in the council over the prob lem of foreign intervention in Spain and of the noninterven tion policy of the European pow ers The loyalist government holds that it is the legal government of Spain particularly as nearly all world powers maintain diplomatic relations with it Hence it is argued that the present nonin ervention agreement with its 3an on war munitions to both sides in the civil war is actually an intervention in behalf of the On Duty to Prevent Renewed Outbreak of Black Hills Fire EEADWOOD S Fire lines were kept on duty in the Black Hills Thursday to pre vent a renewed outbreak of a forest fire which burned approxi mately acres of pine Wed nesday The fire which for a time threatened Galena S and a Homestake Mining com pany lumber camp was brought un der control by 5 force of men recruited from CCC and Homestake gold camps SEEK PRELATE FOR GEREMONY Both Duke and Wally Want Religious Rites for Their Wedding MONTS France The duke nationalist insurgents Under a of Windsor and Wallis Wartield neutral policy it is held the pow are trying to find an Anglican ers are obligated to provide muni tions on a cash basis for any friendly government against a rebel faction Wallys Aunt on Way to Attend Marriage England Mrs D Buchanan Mwryman of Washington aunt of Mrs Wallis Warfield arrived on the Presi dent Roosevelt Thursday en route to the wedding of her niece and the Duke of Windsor She refused to discuss the wedding plans except to say that the scene of the honeymoon had been fixed An unidentified man and woman joined her here und accompanied her on to Le Havre Sevenoaks 20 miles from the cen ter of the city Lindbergh motors about the country in his little flies at winter with his wife to and to London where he is unnoticed Took a In the absence of observance by Lindbergh of the anniversary some British aviation leaders were asked to say somethingof his flight He took a chance in the very early days and got away with said James A MoJlison himself an aviator of world note It was an epoch making flight and it was a great stimulus to aviation throughout the world More particularly it was a stim ulus to what eventually will be regular service across the Atlan Has Vivid Recollections I still have vivid recollections of his said Commander H E Penin secretary of the Royal Aero club Next to that of Brown and Alcock it was the finest ever made It was magnificent particu larly because those who followed him that summer either landed enroute or lost their way Lind bergh went to his objective straight off the Perrins reference to the Brown Alcock flight is a common one People over here remember well that Lindberghs flight was the first solo nonstop flightof the At lantic and that eight years before when he was a school boy the late LOOK INSIDE FOR MRS HELEN TIERNAN Expects to Go to Chair for Death of Daughter PAGE 2 Franklin Power CoOp Releases Part of Loan PAGE 32 Schoentgen 5th Member of SociaHVelfare Board PAGE 18 Making Model Safety County PAGE 22 Diz Dean and Ripple Fined for Fisticuffs PAGE 17 Top for Hogs Reaches at Chicago PAGE so ELEMENTS GUT LOOSE IN IOWA Further Electrical Storms Predicted Following Brief Respite DES MOINES W ele ments cut loose again on Iowa Wednesday night and after a brief respite Thursday the state was expected to experience further electrical storms The weatherman said western Iowa probably would re cord thundershowers Thursday VV1ICLL WdS cl UUJ LUC let LC Sir John William Alcocfc and Sir or night and the cen Arthur Whitten Brown of the tra and east portions Thursday Royal Air Force took off from mht and Fnday presence of ly that and nothing more The former president it was re vealed here cleared his mind of all other thoughts when confronted by Joseph Dunninger New York mentalist at a dinner attended by Walter P Chrysler Major Bowes Merlin H Ayles worth and other prominent fig ures I tried to find what else was in Mr Hoovers something about the future of the republican Dunninger But there was nothing just nothing except the name Hoover admitted thinking of the name but declined to re veal her identity Whos Who lowever shows that he is the son of Jesse Clark and Hulda Randall ioover d feedersimp1 Popes Speech to Be Broadcast May 31 CASTEL GANDOLFO Italy Pius XI ordered ar rangements Thursday for a world wide broadcast of the speech he will deliver May 31 at the inaug uration of the new pontifical academy The occasion will he the pon tiffs eightieth birthday He is ex pected to make an important statement of Catholicisms posi tion in regard to science Plan Ames Conference agri culture department announceda public conference on proposed changes in butter grades would be held at Ames Iowa June 22 prelate to marry them in a reli gious ceremony following the civil ritual of their wedding June 3 their spokesman disclosed Tbuis day Hermtin L Rogers the spokes man said several Anglican pastors who had been asked to officiate had declined But from other sources it was learned that the Rev C H D Games pastor of the Anglican church in Vienna might be chosen Questioned by Officials Anglican church officials at one time questioned Mr Grimes as to why he permitted the duke to read a Christmas scripture les son from the lectern of his church last DecemberThe Church of Englandwas one of the chief op ponents of Edwards desire to marry Mrs Both the duke and Mrs War field were said to desire the re ligious service besides the civil After Civil Rights Rogers said the religious wed ding if it could be would be performed immediately after the civil rites After the civil nuptials in the music room the former kings Amer ican spokesman said the duke his duchess and their guests go directly to the library an adjoin ing room to be united by religious bonds Rogers insisted noth ing hasbeen fixed yet He indi cated that the arrangements might be completed Thursday and that if the Grimes were asked and accepted he probably would travel to Monts with other wed I l Newfoundland in a VickersVimy service bombing plane and landed in Ireland Brown now lives as quietly in Wales as Lindbergh lives in the London suburbs Improvement Shown by General Pershing LONDON John J Pershing has shoiyn much im provement in a slight illness he suffered an American embassy spokesman said Thursday and hopes to leave Friday for a desti nation he has not revealed The Weather FORECAST IOWA Thundershowers prob able in central and cast Thurs day night and Friday in ex treme west Thursday afternoon or night fair in extreme west Friday somewhat warmer in central and east cooler in ex treme northwest tonight cooler in extreme west and somewhat warmer in east Friday MINNESOTA Showers prob able ineast portion Thursday night and Friday and in west portion Thursday afternoon and night fair in west Friday some what warmer in east portion Thursday nightand Friday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Thursday Maximum Wednesday 66 Night 40 AJ 8 M Thursday 47 i Rainfall of Inch Rain and thunderstorms were general in Iowa Wednesday night the weatherman said At Des Moines where the down pour amounted to inches pressure of water offi cials said wrecked a section of a new milliondollar box The sewer along the west bank of the Des Moines river was split open lengthwise for nearly a block Five year old Victoria Ann Baker daughter of Mrs Mary A Baker here escaped injury when the room in she was sleep ing was demolished when light ning struck the home Electrical service was interrupt ed in some sections of the city and many basements were flooded by the storm here Sac City reported an inch of rainfall Ames 40 Mason City 36 Sioux City 25 Charles City Report Oley Nelson Condition as Good After Eye Removal DES MOINES con dition of Oley Nelson of was reported as good at Iowa Lutheranhospital here following an operation for the removal of his right eye Nelson 93 is form er national commander of the G A R and erstwhile sergeantat arms of the Iowa house Robbed of S200 DES MOINES R Brown Des Moines reported to police he was robbed of by two pickpockets who jostled1 him in a revolving door at s bank building NEW FLARE OF VIOLENCE SEEN IN LABOR WAR Steel Workers at Polk in Election Supervised by Government BULUETTN DETROIT Chrysler corporation announced Thurs day afternoon that a strike which closed its Plymouth divi sion plant here was settled at 3 Pm DES MOINES flew along Des Moines troubled labor front Thursday as plate glass win dows in tile Cascade laundry and three dry cleaning firms were smashed Workers at ihe Cascade Des Moines largest laundry have been among the leaders of nonunion employes of laundry and dry cleaning plants herein opposition to the laundry workers union Union officials said they knew nothing of the window breaking Operators of the Cascade laun dry hardest hitin the new jQare of violence Thursday esti mated the damage at their plant at more than As reports spread of the win dow breaking small groups of laundry union members sifted into the city council chamber 1ian to Return It was reported that nonunion laundry workers who last Mon day filled the council chamber planned to return to stage a sit down until the council promised to provide jpohce protection to strikeclosed plants sufficient to permit their ifnion laundry workers hearing of nonunion plans gathered early at the council chambers to pre vent the threatened sit down The laundry strike now in its seventh was started in an effort to unionize the Meanwhile there were reports that a settlement of the strike which has closed 13 laundry and dry cleaning plants is ner Wine of the plants are occupied by sit down strikers and the other four were closed by owners Representatives Meet Representatives of the various groups the Des Moines Laundry Owners association the Laundry Workers union and the Des Moines Trades and Labor assem bly planned to meet Thursday Labor troubles also beset other Des Moines industries Officials of the J H Cownie company will meet Thursday with union leaders to continue negotia tions begun Wednesday A sitdown strike began at the companys plant Monday The sit down strike at the Braught and Gage company flavor extract manufacturing plant came to an end and strikers were bacrk at work Thursday Await Union Demands F W Fitch company officials awaited demands of a union group found by balloting to be in the minority before beginning bar gaining with the union The com pany has signed a contract with its nonunion employes providing for a 10 per cent wage Increase vacations with pay and other benefits However trouble brewed at the Des Moines Drug company whole sale firm as a result of the com panys action Wednesday in clos ing its warehouse to employes of the warehouse said the warehouse was closedto prevent a sit down Union sympa thizers maintained picket lilies around the plant permitting no de hveries except those neededby physicians and hospitals Miners May A new difficulty arose in the Iowa coal situation when union miners announced they would not return to work unless entireinines were reopened The announce ment interrupted plans for reopen ing one section of a mine at Madrid Monday A Gharitbn mine was reported ready to reopen Monday but work was delayed by a dispute over wage In Des Moines five women de scribed as strike sympathizers pleaded innocent to charges of dis turbingthe peace when arraigned in municipal court Theywere ac cused of creating a disturbance at the home of a spokesman for a group of nonuniorilflundry work ers Hearing was set for June 2 ON LABOR BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Employes of the Jones and Steel corporation plants and Aliqmppa cast ballots Thursdaxijto deter whether they a Comi   

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