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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1937, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLHI CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS AND UNITED PRESS FULL LEASED WDJES MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 204 TAKES WALUS AS F R PROPOSES WAR ON FLOODS AND DROUGHTS Urges Congress to Stt Up 8 Regional Authorities Similar to TV A WASHINGTON Roosevelt urged congresr in a special message Thursday to es tablish eight regional authorities over the counay to combat dust storms floods and droughts by a Ipng time national planning pro gram featuring generation of wa ter power to block private monop oly Mr Roosevelt proposed to du plicate the governments Tennes see valley development or major river basins throughout the na tion He asked speedy acTion be cause Nature has given recurrent and poignant warnings through dust storms floods and droughts that we must act while there is yet time if we would preserve for ourselves and our posterity the natural resources of a virile na tional Hits Private Monopoly The president coupled His rec ommendation with a new plea for enactment of his executive reor ganization plan and an open dec laration against private monopoly He suggested regional authorities lor these seven flexible Atlantic Great takes and Ohio basitt of the Tennessee and Cumberland drainage Missouri river and the Rid river of the north drainage basins of the Arkansas Red and Rio Grande rivers basins of the Colorado riv er and rivers flowing into the Pacific south ofthe Cauforaia Oregon line the Columbia river basin of the Pacific northwest In addition the president pro posed to continue apparently without substantial change the existing Mississippi river com mission which he described as well equipped to handle the problems immediately attending the channel of that great Would Broaden TV A The presidents proposal ap peared to broaden the authority of the TVA to include the watershed the Cumberland river in addi tion to its present supervision of the Tennessee river watershed The president divided the pro posed agencies into two categor ies In one he placed the TVA a proposed Columbia valley author ity which it was assumed would have jurisdiction over the Colum bia river basin and the great new deal dam projects at Bonncville and Grand Coulee and the Missis sippi river commission In the other category he placed the other five agencies anc de scribed their duties as follows Would develop Plans The work of these regional bodies at least in their early years would consist chiefly in de veloping integrated plans to con serve and safeguard the prudent use of waters waterpower soils forests and other resources of the areas entrusted to their chargs Such regional Mr Roosevelt said would also pro vide a useful mechanism through which consultation among the various governmental agencies working in the field could be ef fected for the development of in tegrated programs of related ac tivities Projected programs would be reported by the regional bodies annually to the congress through the president after he has had the projects checked and revised in light of national budgetary con siderations and of national plan ning National Planning Board Coordination of aU the regions work would bedone Mr Roose velt said by the permanent na tional planning board he asked congress to create in his govern mental reorganization message last Jan 11 The president said that congress would have final authority his program to authorize projects to be undertaken in each region Construction should be done he emphasized in whole or part by those departments of the govern ment best equipped for the purpose or if disirable in any particular case by one of the regional Mr Roosevelt added that to avoid overlapping and to encour age economy there should be close cooperation between the national government and its construction agencies with state regional and local planning boards andcom Former King and Bride for Whom He Renounced Throne THE DUKE OF WINDSOR DUKE APPEALS FORPRIVACY Thanks Press and Promises He Will Not Withdraw Into Secrecy MONTS France new ly married duke of Windsor Thursday in a statement to the i press thanked newspapermen for their treatment of him and the duchess He appealed for the pri vacy feel now is their and promised that hewould not withdraw into secrecy He said The duke and of Windsor wish to take this oppor tunity of expressing to journal ists then appreciation at the cour tesy which nas for orecedentedJarcumhtahces S V missions on interstate administra tive arrangements Must Be And provision should be he told congress for the effective administration of hydro electric projects which have been or may be undertaken as a part a multiple purpose watershed development The waterpower resources of the nation must be private monopoly and used for the benefit of the The presidents transmission of his word message to the sen ate and house after several weeks of delay because of inneradmin istration differences over means of carrying out the plan coincided with these three developments 1 Bills were prepared for in troduction beiore both bodies to enact the program The measure was expected to be divided into two titles The first would estab lish the authorities the second would set up machinery to ad minister the plan power rate making authority and the part the war department should play in flood control and navigation Southwest Dust Bowl 2 The department of agricul ture appointed Roy I Kimmell Amarillo to coordinate the governments program to rehabili tate the southwestern dust bowl of squaro miles in Texas Oklahoma Kansas Colorado and New Mexico 3 officials con tended that the supreme courts acceptance of a new challenge of the public works administrations authority to finance municipal power developments and refusal of a TVA case would result in six months delay in major TVA power operations The gov ernment had case be dismissed arid that the TVA case be v af the record that although inaccur ate statements r and repoits seem tohavebeen unavoidable duung these months which have been trying for all concerned there has been an evident willingness to contradict them Inregards the future theduke realizes that any atmosphere oi secrecy would be unsatisfactory and will always be prepared to supply any news of importance concerning the duchess and him self At the same time the duke and duchess while fully understand ing the difficulties want this day to appeal to the press of the world to give them that measure of con sideration andprivacy which they feel now is their Amelia Completes 740 Miles PARAMARIBO Dutch Guiana Amelia Earhart landed here Thursday at a m C S after a 740 mile flight from Venezuela on her trip around the world Stores Plan Mason City Day Events Saturday will be Mason City Day a citywide merchandising event in which all types of items will be offered at special reduced prices Merchants have made extensive plansto offer a large stock of seasonable goods prices that will be a special inducement to the Mason City and North Iowa shopper Clothing readytowear shoes jewelry notions accessories hardware and department store merchandise are among the class ifications of goods that will be included in the Mason City Day event One of the features of the day will be the offeringof a number of items of merchandise the val ues of which will be certified to by a group of Mason City women Every store participating in the certified valuephase of the days event will have signs in the window f Two Young Slayers Given Terms CITY MacKnight former sweetheart Donald Wighl man Thursday tenced to prison terms of not less than were convicted of the second degree murder Miss MacKnightV Mis Helen MacKnight last July IN BRAIN DERBY IOW More than Iowa high pupils will compete here Monday and Tuesday in the of I Iowasninth annual brain LOOK INSIDE FOR S K TORGESON President of State Bankers Association PAGE 2 Mussolini Stages Big Ail Show for German Envoy PAGET7 Don Farran Is Head of History Records Survey PAGE 8 Braddock and Manager Fined and Suspended PAGE17 King George Queen Elizabeth Attend to Affairs of Throne LONDON his brother and predecessor on the throne was being married at Monts Thursday King George VI at Buckingham palace was re ceiving in audience the crown prince ofSaudi who bore Queen Elizabethwas in her sit ting room upstairs attending to her correspondence Queen Mary was secluded at Marlborough house her home and it wasunderstood that she was dealing with her correspon dence The Weather FORECAST IOWA Partly cloudy to cloudy local thundersliowers in ex treme cast j day night and Friday and in central and east Friday some what wanner in west andnorth p o r ti o n s T h u r s d ay nisftt somewhat cooler in northwest Friday M INN E S O T A Increasing I cloudiness followed by showers I in northwest portion Thursday I jiiphtand in east and south Friday somewhat warmer in east and southThursday night cooler Friday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weatherfigures lor 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Thursday Maximum Wednesday 75 Minimum in Night 48 At 8 a 65 Trace MOLA KILLED IN AIRPLANE CRASH Report Spanish Insurgent Commander on Bilbao Front Dead BILBAO Spain It w a s Thursday night that Spanish insurgent radio stations at SalamancaandVitoria had re ported the death of Geri Enulio Mola insurgent commander on the Bilbao front in anairplane crash Two pilots and two staff officers also were killed in the accident the account tsto bea day of remark at Mason City stores Look the complete list ofCertified in Fridays Globe Parson Will Not Receive Disciplining LONDON poor mans parson who married Edward of Windsor and Wallis Warfield de spite the frowns of Anglican bishops apparently escaped dis ciplinary action Thursday from the Church of England No ecclesiastical measures will be taken against the Rev R Ander son Jardine it was indicated by the bishop of Fulham The bishop governs Angelican church affairs in France where the middle aged vicar volunteer ing to give his former king a re ligious marriage blessing per formed the Church of England his own authority A tempest within the church j however provoked the question Will he go to work or Wind sor now England Is Divided Workaday England itself was divided into those who wanted to forgive and those who merely wanted to forget last ocembers abdication and the affair Simp Many churchmen vhroughout the land were horrified because the Anglican vicar of Darling ton the Rev R Anderson Jardine had defied his superiors to bless I the union But in other quarters the elev enth hour disclosure that the poor mans parson would conduct the religious ceremony at Chateau de Cande in France cavsed lively The man in the street was deep ly stirred to hear that tne demo craticformer monarch would aft qr all be married wihm the of which he once was titular head despfteTiis dication isolation by both the Church of England and tfieBrit ish goveinment For Conscience The services of the Rev Mr Jardine were volunteered for conscience sake and without the approval by the bishop of Fulham who has jurisdiction of Anglican church affairs in France The bishop of Fulham awaited a reply from the Rev Mr Jar dine toa telegram of protest The bishop informed the Darlington vicar that he was officiating on behalf of the Anglicanschurch in without any right or per mission to do The bishop explained his pro test thus Mi Jardine has no ecclesiastical standing in France Clergy who officiate on behalf of the Anglican church in France either hold a license to do so or have pelmission to do so As Private Otherwise they are acting as private individuals ancf have not the authority of the church Mr Jardine has no authority in this matter to act on behalf of the An gelican The bishop of Fulham after a conference with the Archbishop of Canterbury announced that the vicar of the Darlington St Pauls church had acted without the for mers consent or even his know In Darlington the Mr Tardines parishioners gazed cur iously at his shutterel stone vic arage Some recalled that their pastor recently had talked of leav ing the parish for another ap pointment ard wondered if this latest development meant he might become the duke of Wind sors private chaplain The London Kews Chronicle bitterly attacked what it styled a narrow minority in the church which failed to recognize Wind sors claim to a church ceremony The paper said A would provoke only sympathy for the duke and anything but sympathy with lead ers of organized religion in this Fleas for Windsor The Expresi pleaded for Chris tian charity lor Windsor and his i bride adding they have already endured much and perhaps their anxieties are not at an The exact of the Church of England on remarriage of di vorcees is obscure It is the sub ject of constsint argument among the bishops themselves But there is general objection to the prin ciple Aroused Anger Before The middle aged vicar twice be fore has the anger of high churchmen Once the bishop of Durhair accused him of a grave breach of preaching n a Wesleyan chapel near his own church Once he was critidied for writing to parish ioners and advocating a trade union of to permit clergymen to discuss problems uatrarameled and unhindered by red tape and socalled ecclesiasti cal The Bev Mr Jardine acquired the titil the poor mans parson f jr his work in the Liverpool LIFTS VOICE SO HIGH 34 GUESTS ARE STARTLED Newlywed Couple Leaves for Haunted Castle in Austria By JOHN LLOYD CHATEAU DE CANDE MONTS France Duke and Duchess of Windsor married two ceremonies left their Touraine retreat Thursday night at a m C S for the haunted castle of Wasser leonburg to spend their honey moon in Austria The radiantly happy couple left after having been united ina French civil ceremony and the re ligious service of the Church of England Only a small group of guests attended the nuptials and wedding breakfast just 25 weeks after Ed ward forfeited his crown of Eng land and empire because Wallis Warfield could not be his No memberof his royal family was there Leave by Automobile The bridal couple left the Cha teau by automobile They were said to be planning to board a at the town of La rocheMigennes They had sent theirbaggage ahead 1 duke supremely happy answered in a farm loud voice to the Anglican poor mans parson who gave him the UDsanc lioned blessing1 of the Church of England J As to as I ucithfir the duke nor anyone else kissed the bride The duke raised Tiis voice so nighin his eagerness to take the woman I his wife that he startled the 34 guests in the flowerbanked room of this old chateau Answers i After him his blue eyed lady answered I Her voice was just as firm as Edwards but more hushed There was silence when the parson challenged If any man can show any just cause why they may not lawfully be joined together let him now speak or else hereafter forever hold his The religiousservice ended at p m a m C S after the wedding party had come in from highballs and cocktails on the terrace This burst of gayety followed rolypoly Dr Charles Merciers civil service as mayor of this SEEK HAPPY MONTS Duke and Duchess of Windsor voiced their hope Thursday for a happy and useful pri vate life after the trying time of Edwards abdicationJ preceding their The duke in a statement ad dressed to the thanked all who bad wished him and his beloved Wallis happiness He said The duchess and J wish to thank all thosewhb have so kindly sent presents and good wisheson the occasionof our marriage We shall never forget their friendly messages somuch to us today trying time we have been through we now to a happy arid useful private life and to of peace which we hope will be granted to hamlet The Anglican preacher who defied his bishops was the Rev R Anderson Jardirie vicar of Darlington Eng lancL Given Diamond Diadem The duke gave z beautiful diamond diadem to wear on the brow may adorn The American born duchess of member now ofthe British royal family althoughby royal decree she must not style herself her royal was cladin light Wallis husbands favorite head to foot Her blue costume was comple mented by sparking and earrings From nei hat stemmed blue and weomnr j After the religious duteTnd dichw back tcTthe fet wedding breakfast hadrbeen SPEd3ward made speech of you people for   

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