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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 2, 1937, Mason City, Iowa                                ft NORTH IOWAS PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME ICCTtt NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION 1 t MASON CITYLIQWAWEDNESDAY JUNE 2 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS eMind Thinks Enmity to Unions Is Wot Selfish One By CHARLES P STEWART ASH INGTON Ford is like the Old Guard He may die but he never will surrender I know Ford as not many newspaper men do As I have had occa sion to remark before I visited with him al most constantly about 10 hours a day tor two weeks on his releb rated eace cruise It was no mere serij of formal in terviews it was an acquaintance ship magnate iked me then he did not because I didnt altogether agree wjth him I knew Dean S S Marquis ori ginally his pastor and subsequent ly chief of his industrial relations bureau the dean wrote a book about him Ultimately he turned hostile to the as they say he finally does with almost everyone with whom he has been in closecontact Competent Witness Iwas quite intimate with the late Gastoii Planteff once Fords New York sales manager and fis cal director othis peace expedi tion I had a newspaper acquain tance with the late Senator James Couzens who started in business life with we often dis Duke ENGLISH VICAR OFFERS AID TO FORMER RULER May Be Disciplined for His Action by Church of England CopyriiM 1U3J By Press Senate Battle on Relief SegrasHouse Gives In Amendments Thrown Out as Billion and Half Bill Wins 32344 Mayor of Monts The Duke n i be married with Church of England rites at tho Chateau de Cande Thursday de spite the bitter opposition of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the church as a whole by a strong willed Yorkshire clergyman who has defied the ecclesiastical authorities f Fordian philosophy It is not a philosophy for that matter it is a prejudice Prejudice mild a term lop it is an a nutty one Against Union Fold believe me is com meed and I am sure in all sincerity that he has socio economics by the tail and that only enemies of the disagree him selfish tor fighting union ism They may pretend otherwise but theyx are quite awaie that leally they are capitalistic ally selfish I am positive does no think so his honesttogoodhess belief is that he is a God given benevolent despot ProWorker Partner believe he will stand pat on that proposition Back in gained a reputa tion asahigherpay advocate The late Senator Couzens always said that he was the one who fought for that Ford He did giveFord credit for ac quiescing in it but not for origin The Rev R Anderson Jardine brought up as an agnostic con verted to the Church of England and known as the poor mans parson for his labor among the lower classes will perform the AngiiCan rites at the risk of being disciplined and perhaps removed from his parish of St Pauls church Darlington Yorkshire Offered His Services He will read either the full Church of England marriage ser vice or the special one prescribed for divorced persons although he was without authority to do so in France without permission of his superiors He telephoned to the dule ot fered his services and they were accepted I to conduct the ceremony he said defiantly permission or given I didn t consult any church author ities only my conscience I1 new that Mii Warfield and the dul c desiied a religious ceie mony When I offered the duke accepted It was puiely a volun teer offer on my part Will Be Valid It was believed atrthe chateau that the ceremony would be valid and the duke and Mrs Wallis Warfield would be married within the church because the Rev Mr Jardine is an ordained minister in good standing Dr Charles Mercicr mayor ol Monts France is expected to perform the civil ceremony at the marriage Thursday of Ed ward duke of Windsor and Mrs Wallis Warfield LAUNDRIES GET READY TO OPEN Head of Owners Declares Agieemelit Pipyides for ating it Ruthlessness was the Couzens diagnosis of the Ford program son as mayor of De troit perhaps has seemed to be proindustrial but his father was not I talked with him many a time he was prolabor In his early years he himself was a black smith naturally hewas prowork er But Ford senior He stood off the F of L The A F of L did not go to the mat with him John L Lewis C I O is doing so Recognize Inevitability The steel and automotive ihdu tries in general are beginning recognize C I inevitability Ford does not see it Fords weakness is that strikes are so conspicuous Any other strike is a strike so andso anywhere A Ford strike is a Ford strike in a main plant or an assembl plant or anyold place So Ford is under tire anyway You cant get up much ginge against General i a general term But you can get sore against an Ford MISS EARHART IN VENEZUELA Completes Second Leg oi Her Projected Flight Around World MIAMI Pla Ameri can Airways reported that Amelia Earhart landed at Caripito Vene am Central Standard Time Wednesday after a flight from San Juan Puerto Hico It was expected that she and her navigator Capt Fred J Noon an would remain overnight in the Standard Oil companys guest house there and take off Thursday for Paramaribo Dutch Guiana From there she probably would proceed to Natal by way of Para1 Brazil The flight to Caripito was the second leg of her projected trip around the world begun Tuesday atMiami However the ceremony will not be with the blessing of the heads of the church Herman L Rogers spokesman for the duke announced that the duke and his bride would leave about 6 p m Thursday by auto mobile board the express from Paris at an unrevealed point and go directly to Wasserleonburg in lower Austria where the duke has leased a chateau the honey moon The duke and Mrs Warfield will be married according to the rites of the Church of England before an altar improvised from an old oak chest Rogers revealed Happy and Excited Rogers said the civil service will lake place between and 1 m and a m C S T and the religious service between 12 and p m 5 a m to a m C S The guests then will have a few min utes to congratulate the couple in DES MOINBS glass windows were leplaced stukeis signs and effigies were toi n dow ind wooden window guards wer removed at 13 Des Moines laundry and dry cleaning nlnnic WASHINGTON ad ministrations relief bill winning midnight house ap proval after a compromise quash ed a persistent revolt went to the senate Wednesday for another ma jor battle Economy advocates in that chamber said they would ants agreed vnich were day dry cleaning Moines Owners the salon The duke and Mrs Warfield were happy excited and somewhat nervous as the lyiur which meant so much to them approached Monts assumed a festive atmos phere Villagers hung silkcovered horseshoes on the fences of the chatejm to wish them good luck A warm sun shone after days of bad weather An already strong guard of big lendarmes was increased to a total of 120 at the chateau They are to no one but those bearing formal invitations to the wedding News Office in Garage Cable men arrived and they lave put up a temporary office in a garage near the chateau so that news can be flashed direct to Paris and thence through the world But of all the 800 newspaper and press association correspond ents and photographers here only haleau admitted to the It was anticipated that gend rmes would block the road to ceep anyone from trailing the uarded bridal car The civil ceremony and the re flPlsrceare exPected to con vy w 11C I Dry Cleaners association MIla leaders of three unions signet a contract Tuesday providing for opening of the plants closed foi the last eight weeks by strikes Work will begin Thursday ral windows in the plants were smashed by bricks during he strike Virtually C E Fowler president of the wners association said the agree ment provided for an open shop James Soutter secretary of thc Des Moines Trades and Labor as sembly said the settlement gave the unions virtually exclusive bargaining rights although the wording of the agreement did not include this phrase L J Smith federal labor con ciliator who took part inthe ne gotiations leading up to the agree ment said the contract was a compromise between making the the sole collective agents and a closed The agreement will be in fore until Aug 1 193B Collections o wjWeij scneduled to stai here Wednesday noon The settlement effected Tuesda provides idlLIW demands to cut the total by one third A house bloc lost a similar attempt before the final 323 to 44 vote by whichthe bill passed There were prospects too that some senators would try to rein state amendments to earmark one Jd the lotal dams and other special projects These won tentative house approval last week over the objections of ad ministration leaders Agree on Modifications After weekend conferences lowever the presidents lieutcn on modifications i u accePted Tuesday night by tired and hungry mem bers who had been in session since noon Six roll calls each requiring 35 minutes prevented most mem bers from leaving the chamber tor inner Majority Leader Rayburn D exas had argued that tying of he presidents hands by the ear narking amendments would force ismissal of more than 630 000 vorkers from Works Progress oils The administration contended he earmarking oposals would alve Vfqi jnateilala nd reduce the amount available or wages Compromise Described House members described the compromise as including KGLOS POWER TO BE BOOSTED TO 250 WATTS Changes in Equipment Are Authorized by Federal Commission WASHINGTON D Grant ing of the application of radio sta tion KGLO in Mason City Iowa lor increase in daytime powcr from 100 to 250 watts by the fed oral communications commission Bearing NonStrikers Food Crashes WARREN Ohio plane carrying food to workers in the strikecosed plant of the Repub hc Steel corporation here crashed In V boxcars in landing jnside the plant enclosure Wed nesday but the pilot was not in man ommission was announced here Wednesday Necessary changes of equipment to permit daytime operation of this station at 250 watts power was also authorized Effective date of the new authorization was not an Flynn did not identify the pilot and the extent of the damage to the plane could not be learned The plane painted green and white attempted a landing in a narrow improvised field in the enclosure On one side of the Vis a linc ol steer boxcars nounced F Krr of KGLO Wednesday stated that the announcement of the authoriza ion for increase of power Xor day time operation of KGLO was re garded with great satisfaction bv members of the station shielding the field from the out side The picket lines are several nel s person ordered Corporation of erica in the hope that the sta r increased tion s application fo power would be granted was he said earmarked at the Radio cor poiahons factory at Camden N J for KGLO and would he be used ln n 1 An administration promise that probably much more than the 345000000 tentatively earmarked would be spent for flood control 2 An agreement to revoke an allrelieflabor order which had lied up use ot now in the Public Works administrations revolving fund for loans and grants to cities This would mean completion of a large number of projects for which cities already have voted bond issues 3 A promise to make relief funds available for building ponds and lakes to raise the water level the south west dust bowl Road Amendment Fails Although the administration lad offered to supply relief labor of farmtomar cet roads Chairman Cartwright daytime powei is on of the newestdevelopments engineering perfected at Radi Corpoiation of Americas Tabora tones To date only 10 of thes faHmfHed USU hdve been factured and the one which wil be installed at KGLO will be one of the first to be completed The ompleted prospective increase in power said Mr Eighmey coming vHh UAUI KGLOs with the Columbia network An should as give ia network an effective June 27 Mason City North fiujuii JVQl III Iowa and southern Minnesota a radio station second equal in both among program DOkla of the house roads onf ma jo Union Is Recognized Rebbfnition the laundr workers truck drivers and engi neers unions as bargaining agen cies for all plant employes Th unions will represent only thei own members in the negotiations but whatever agreement is made with the owners will be bindina on all workers ct rights ration of wages hours working conditions and disputes wi h both sides refraining from strikes and lockouts retain thenunion membership during the life of the contract anc present or future union members who are expelled from the union must be discharged by employers it their discharge does not inter fere with production a fact as sumedly to be determined by the plant operators ume half an hour altogether There will be seats for 33 per ons m all in the music room and former deputy labor or ommssioner has gone to Wash ngton D C where he will be an fhant J C Lewis the federal bituminous coal ommission Mans Mangled Body Is round on Tracks mangled body of a man identified as Nor 32 an was found Wednesday on the elevated tracks of the North Western rail road on the northwest side Leonard Starkel his brotherin law who made the identification said Plate was a graduate of the University of Nebraska and was a nationally known backstroke swimming star in 1927 held out for setting iside for road con truction under contracts let by tate highway departments His amendment once tentative ly approved was rejected Tuesday ight 207 to G7 After the principal controversy vas settled by rejection of the earmarking proposals the FRICK SUSPENDS DIZZY DEAN aiCVCl il hundred yards from the landing place The planes have been ar riving with food at the rate of ap proximately two an hour On some landings the planes have been targets for snipers but the origin of the bullets never has been determined FACE NEW TESTS OF STRENGTH IN STRIKE YOUNGSTOWN Ohio Militant labor forces and unyield ing steel corporations locked in a week old strike across seven stales faced new tests of strength Wed nesday as Republic Steel Corp pushed ahead with plans to pro duce steel in spite of the strike Republics high command prom ised not to askidle men to wade through blood and scoffed at re poils that tightened picket lines would impede shipment manu factured steel It also disclosed that arms and imimUons were o the nations thfrd largest produce loi protection of pioperfy anc workmen and went with eMidordmaiy effoits to move food to beleaguered workers by airplane J ShimiingIts Steel WhitP Republic vice president in charge of operations claimed the corporation was shipping from 7000 to 8000 tons of steel each day and LOOK INSIDE FOR GOV WILLIAM LANGER Says Drought Worst in North Dakota History PAGE 2 Hopper War to Reach 60 Counties in Iowa PAGE 8 Dutsider Wins Derby as King Queen Watch PAGE 0 e house Conduct Detrimentalto the Best Interests of Baseball Cited NEW YORK Ulc National vould be a tough job for any oul ide organizers to come between Republic and its He said 21081 of 50071 Republic employes still were working in ace of heavy picket lines at units n Chicago Buffalo Canton War en and Miles Ohio Western and eastern sectors of le widespread strike front were eported comparatively quiet al lough Chicago had a large reserve orce 1000 policemen ready to recurrence SUBPENA ISSUED FOR EDSEL FORD One Man Grand Jury Opens Investigation of Fight at Auto Plant subpena was ssued Wednesday for Edsel Ford president of the Ford Motor com lany as a one man grand jury a investigation of last veeks fight bet ween company mployes and members of the United Automobile Workers or America Duncan C McCrea prosecutor said Wayne process 11 LI iu Kuuasj i r J uiu acted swiftly on a number of other y Ior detnmenla proposed amendments interests of baseball Hopkins Keeps Salary The salary of Harry L Hopkins as Wmks Progress administrator from which had been ten tatively cut was restored to the year by a of to 96 Republicans led by Represen tative Bacon RN urged that reliefbe turned back to the states with federal grants of mon faut to 78 was rejected Amendments were adopted giv nng first preference onrelief jobs to citizens and aliens with first papers and barring agricultural workers from relief while parl ime private jobs are available to hem Subcommittee at Work A senate subcommittee some members of which favor cutting SoOOOOOOOO from the relief fund decided to start work immediate y on the measure It must be signed by the president before July 1 unless relief payments are o On finalpassage the Iowa dele ation voted as follows Demo rats for Biermann Jacob sen Harrington republicans for DOW H Thurston republicans against spring i IT ILilEUC Jerome Dean mdcfinile 1 to the Frick declined to amplify hit statement as he announced the suspension nor would he say how long the star right hander of the r Cardinals would be out of the game Dean has been the center of i series of disturbances both on and on the field since the training season began Dean has been popping off and ta king out of turn too Fuck said So much so that defi i andn drastic action had to be taken This applies to his state ments and actions both on and off the playing field These statements and actions 1 consider harmful not only to the National league but to baseball in general The time has come for a snow down on whether Dean is bigger than the National league Personally I dont think he is Power Cut Off h he JWch a neav nad been tied was thrown over power lines leading into Renub hcs alloy division at Canton causing a partiaL power shutoff early Wednesday when two trans formers blew out police reported i he night before telephone cables leading into the plant were sev ered It is the only one of eight Republic units operating there Meanwhile a return to work circular signed by the independent society of workers made its an pearance in Youngslown at var iance with a statement by the head of a leading antiCIO em ployes group at the closed Younes o attempt to go back to the mills was contemplated HIES AT CASTLR ROME Sir Alexander Nel son Hood 83 died Wednesday af ter a Jong illness at his historic Castle Bronte at Taromiha Sicily V ldng ol to U L Has Biggest Class in Five Years IOWA CITY Univer ty of Iowa will award the larg st number of degrees and cer ficales in five years Monday at ie institutions seventyseventh ommenccment university ofti r i Tuesday A total t 1141 applications for degrees as been made The Weather FORECAST IOWA Mostly cloudy Wed nesday nijrhl will thunder storms Wednesday afternoon or niffht in Sflulli portion becom ing generally fair Thursday no decided change in temperature MINNESOTA Generally fair Wednesday and Thursday not much change in temperature IN MASON CITY GlobeGazelle weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 74 Minimum in Nipht sg At 8 a m Wednesday KO Rainfall Trace i o Lord Nelson victor of Trafalgar fair Alexander was the fifth duke of Bronte in Italy servers who called al the Ford company offices were unable to find either Ford or Harry H Ben nett personnel director Six witnesses appeared Wed nesday before Common Pleas Judge Ralph W Liddy conduct ing the grand jury inquiry on th petition of McCrea They included Mayor JohnL Larey and Police Chief Carl A Brooks of suburban Dearborn where fighting broke out la Wednesday as union organize prepared to distribute unionisi not Fordism leaflets As the Ford inquiry proceeded 1 brief sit down strike in th M of the Pack l Motor Car companys light ision forced 2000 persons ou of work for several hours Wed nesday Production was resumec under an agreement to negotiat differences over a shop steward system The U A W A won sol bargaining rights in the Packart fftion conducted bj labor relations board WASHINGTON Home United Automobile Wednesday Workers charges announced of unfaii the SO THEY Gov William Langer declaring ch ought conditions worst in North Dakota s history and proclaiming a moratorium on issuance of tax deeds Issuance of tax deeds at the present time would be a edy both to the landowners and to certificate holders t u Burleiel Grimes cxpllcher of major baseball leagues who favors lifting ban on the spit ball Ill match my entire Pitching record against anyone In my whole career I hit only one batsman with a spittcr S E Decker assistant Iowa crop reporter Warm weather pre vailed throughout the week and caused rapid germination and rapid growth of corn already up 11 uiiiaii abor practices had been filed with the national labor relations board against Canons company Martin said over 150 specific cited in the charges at the Detroit and Somerville Mass regional offices of the board He said the charges alleged men we discharged for union activities At the same time Martin an nounced the U A w would go into organization aircraft in dustries jointly with the Commit or Industrial Organizati Martin made the ments at a joint press conference with John L Lewis c I O chief tain Prior to the press conference they had becn closeted together in Lewis officefor more than an hour Cedar Rapids Man Is Killed by Train CEDAR RAPIDS Her nman a moulder at the Iowa Steel and Iron Works was killed shortly after midnight Wednesday when he was struck by a Rock Island tram as he was walking home along the racks DEMANDS THAT SHIPS SAFETY BE GUARANTEED German Italian War Chiefs Confer Blockade East Coast of Spain ROME is willing to resume her place in the noninter vention committee a high fascist official declared Wednesday night if given any reasonable guaran tees for the safety of her war snips in the neutrality patrol fleet The official said Italy wislied to case the international tension over Spain and scoffed at the possibilities Italy intervening atone or in concert with Germany in the Spanish civil war Italy he declared is adopting a policy of hopeful waiting with out thought of intervention in opain The official conceded that the decision of Premier Benito Mus solini to establish a virtual block ade of Spam independent of the neutrality committee threatening force if necessary might be I source of danger Discuss CoOncratlon German and Italian war chiefs meanwhile discussed military co operation in Spain one ot two significant developments here in the joint policies of Rome and Beilm against what they deem the communist influence of soviet Russia over the MadridValencia government of Spains republic 1 Marshal Werner von Blom berg German minister ot war arrived by plane and immediately engaged in long conversations with Premier Mussolini who also heads Italys armed forces They were believed to have laid the foundations for close coopeiation between their forces afld to have strengthened then unityof pui pose in Spain A decision foi di rect ItaloGerman intervention however was regarded as a dis tant possibility To Acf Independently 2 The Italian fleet was ordered o act independently to prevent iussian merchantmen from deliv ering war contraband to Spanish governmentheld ports The Italian varships remained off the gov rnmenthcld stretches of Hie Spanish coast they had patrolled the international neutrality leet until I Ducc withdrew from iat plan Under it they collabor ed with other powers in super sing an international embargo nd were enjoined from firing ow under strictly Italian orders they are free to enforce the block aae with their guns A reinforced German battle fleet meanwhile was understood here to be cooperating in the Italian blockade against soviet ships carrying armaments to Span ish government re ports said four additional German submarines were sent Wednesday to reinforce the reichs fleet in Spanish Study War Tactics II Duce and Von Blomberg were said to have gone into con siderable detail on military tactics Spain and to have approved a igorous offensive against Bilbao capital of the Basque provinces of Spain against which Spanish in surgents have been driving Gen Emiho Molas northern insurgent army has made slow progress re cently assertedly for technical reasons Before Von Blomberg returns to Berlin Mussolini will parade Italy s strength on land at sea and in the anin what are expected to be impressive displays of mili tary might Grave views of Premier Musso mis decision in effect to block ide Spanish government ports were taken in diplomatic quarters There experts pointed to the dic ates of international law Serious Situation The stoppage of another pow s merchantmen on the high seas they said is one of the most erwus situations contemplated by he international code In peace ime they declared a naval vessel may stop only a merchantman lying the sameflag Even in war ime they added only a belliger L my ilt foresn shipping vithout taking the risk of an in ident in one of the most serious spects of international usage Authoritative sources said Rome vas not contemplating formal no ification to the soviet govern ment of its intention to prevent supplies from reaching the pamsh government on soviet hips They said the neutrality ommittee might be notified how vcr despite Italys withdrawal om that body Russia Still iUcmher Russia still is a member of the oni intervention group Italian political circles consid redlhe sudden decision of Prem r Mussolini as in effect clamp   

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