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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 9, 1937, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLin FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS AND UNITED PRESS FULL LEASED WIRES MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 209 What Will 1938 Show Stewart Wonders About Roosevelts Strength By CHARLES P STEWART A S HIN GTON CPA Next years sional elections i are interesting j to contemplate j in advance Will their re sult prove that President Roosevelt re tains all the pop ularity he demonstrated in 1932 1934 and 1936 or that he has suffered a disa s t r o u s slump His party is splh open OWER STRIKE CRIPPLES CITIES Nazi Designs on Danzig Polish Silesia Seen HITLER 10 GIVE PARTYADDRESS CITY Leader Stirs Furore by Revealing Plans of Der Fuehrer on capitol hill I But do the Cftpilol hill poliliI cians truly veflec rankandfile j national sentiment They are supj posed to be clever at assessing j trends of opinion in their respeci tive constituencies Ai they as j PRUSSIA Germany clever as usual however in the Hitler is coming to strategic East present case i Prussia on June 19 to make an im The president is superbly clever portant party speech from the his MARIENWERDER EAST too at reading the voters collec tive mind Is He in Error Is he in error this time for once Or are the bolting lawmaker par ticularly senators the who are mistaken C I 0 Wins Test at Iowa Labor Session State Federation Rejects William Greens Plea to Expel Unions SIOUX CITY only three dissenting votes the Iowa Federation of Labor convention Wednesday rejected a plea of William Green A F of L presi dent to expel unions affiliated with the Committee for Indus trial Organization The action came after thedele gates had applauded enthusiasti cally a speech by J C Shady Teutonic knights it was reported I Lewis retiring president of the on apparently good authority iowa federation criticizing Green toric castle of Marienburg seat of nesday The speech insofar as could be learned in the secrecy that en velops der fuehrers pians will Only the 1938 elections tell j dea with frontier problems It The situation hasjumblec itself wjl bc made before the oldest and highest leaders of the nazi party and ir all likelihood be kept confidential An indiscreet county nazi leader first disclosed the surprise Sat urday coming of tVie fuehrer and 600 high nazis and started a wave almost too rapidly for the human mind to analyze Last Novembers verdict at the polls indicated that F had the solidest country back ol nim since George Washingtons day It was a verdict which in both houses of congress accepted as an overwhelm ing Roosevelt victory A mere six months later these same demo crats in the senate not so many in the representatives chamber are nearly half of them in vicious re volt against Rooseveltian leader ship Row Is Spreading The executive mansions supreme of speculation irvolving the future of both the Free City of Danzig and Polish Silesia Troops Arc Massed Coincident were reports of mili tary massings in East Prussia and ivst west of the Polish corridor address Robert Ley and other for his demand Lewis was recently appointed by President Roosevelt to the bi tuminous coal commission Talks of Traitors Ill see Bill Green in hell be fore he will force me to violate the constitution of the Iowa Federa tion oi the barrel chested labor chieftain shouted Judas betrayed Christ and Benedict Arnold his country neither will stand out like Bill Green if he wrecks this labor Lewis said that if C I un ions were ousted from the Iowa labor federation he would be forced to walk out with them The United Mine Workers Iowas j strongest union is a C I af and Lewis is a former pres court policy started the row but subleaders of Germany will visit it is spreading to include other adfa City Hitler himself will ministration policies not o there Nevertheless can President OrJ Tuesday it was learned Roosevelt predominant as his Henri CM chief of all losophv appeared to be so recently Germa i police appeared unan have lost ground appreciably now 1 in Danzig and inspected with the voting masses i SS ischutz staffel bodyguard The answer one hears is i formal ms numbering men that President Wilson appeared It was believed he had made as predominant as could havelpilice rrangements for the corn been desired until he of the nazi bigwigs ered his league of nations proj Jazi Lips Sealed then could not put that program Didnt Have Margin To be sure Wilson was not re elected in 1916 by any such ma joritv as Roosevelt was reelected j in 1936 Nevertheless Wilson was re1 elected though skimpily by his Nazi lips generally were sealed th premature Marienwerder Require 30 Day Notice He explained that the unions could not be expelled at this time without violating the state con stitution because of a quiring 30 day notice before such action can be taken Green in a letter read by his personal representative F A Canfield of Cedar Rapids had de manded the expulsion of the United Mine Workers the clothing workers the hosiery workers and others which have affiliated with the C I in labors civil war When the vote was taken on the nnouncement and for a time it i credentials committee report only as thought the publicity may three of 352 delegates voted caused cancelation of the turned against him was reelected over own party and his own party sub sequently Roosevelt is his party turn ing against him If a president is turned against what does it he is turned against by a small major ity or a large one A Mixed Majority President Roosevelt does have this advantage When President Wilson was turned against by his smali major ity he did not have any ninority group to come to his rescue his bolters joined the republicans and the combination licked him It may be on a test at the polls in 1938 that proRooevelt demo crats and proRoosevelt republi cans will prove to be a proRoose velt majority A mixed majority in short That will make two new politi cal parties They been in the making for a long time The tryout impends in 1938 ave oposeci visit But here is what happened A short time ago the little county leader of the nazi move TWO HELD FOR FARM ROBBERY Arrested in Holdup of Farmer Living Near Birmingham DAVENPORT an nounced Wednesday that Thomas Linder 20 of Davenport and formerly of Fairfield was taken into custody here Thursday night in connection with tie rob bery at the home of Jay Mathias a farmer residing four miles west of Birmingham Mondsy Monte Harreld 11 of Fairfield a companion was ar rested at Fairfield Tuesday night They were taken to Keosauqua Wednesday Linder was arrested at his home here after police were tipped by State Agent Jerry Wood who was assisting Van Buren and Jefferson county au thorities Police naid he had in his possession IN SHOES DES MOINES val ued at were sold at the Iowa National Shoe Travelers as sociation shoe fair Des Moines Five hundred retailors and 70 shoe manufacturers attended the lair rnent in Marienwerder published in th local press a public appeal o The population of Marienwer der In part it read as fol jows A great day is ahead of us On Saturday June 19 our FuehrcAdolf Hitler accompan ied by 600 leaders of party and state will visit Marienwerder county and sojourn in Mar ienwerder Dignified Germans of all classes We want to show our gratitude to the savior of Germany and his faith ful cofighters by a dignified re ception All Marienwerder and espec ially the streets through which our visitors vill drive must be adorned with flags and greens such as we have never seen be fore I ask you at this early date to see to it that you have enough flags on hand Eveiy house must be adorned wilh correspond ing to its size Heil Hitler Higherups were flabbergasted There is a rule that impending Hitler visits to any part of Ger many must be kept secret Ethics Grossly Violated In the propaganda ministrys daily with German newspapermen in Berlin the Mar ienwerder paper was cited as hav ing grossly violated the journalis tic ethics of the third reich One story has it the editor was put in a concent ation camp for a few days to think over his folly Foreign correspondents despite against its adoption The commit tee recommended that all C I O delegates be seated LOOK INSIDE FOR CHARLES A LINDBERGH Gives to Help Fight Crime in N Y PAGE 2 Musicians Will Take Part in Festival PAGE 16 North lowans High in State Academic Tests PAGE 8 Press Agents Dream Hub and Diz on Mound PAGE 9 ESCAPED MANIAC SHOT TO DEATH Body Found After Wound ing of Constable Trying to Capture Him MILLBURY er Robbins 32 year old escaped maniac whose 60 year old mother had searched the woods for his hiding place hoping to induce him to surrender was killed Wednes day after he had con stable Police were not certain wheth er he had killed himself or wheth er he had been shot bya member of the posse that had been search j ing for him Powder stains on his of i shirt led Medical Examiner Fred Windsor at Noetsch Austria The erick Baker of Worcester to be TRUCK DRIVER KILLED WATERLOO t h e carriage of his dump truck slipped and crushed his head against the truck frame R E Lumsden 45 was killed instantly Lumsden was leaning under the truck when the accident occurred SO THEY QA V OjTA 1 Spokesman for the duke Hitlers months public statement some ago that The time for socalled surprises isnow remembered that Saturdays have a way of developing big news in Germany One theory of foreign observers was that the nazi regime might be some unusual act with reference to Danzig which is only 50 miles from Marien werder TuoThirds Majority The nazis now have about a twothirds majority in the free citys parliament for the German nationalists have made their peace vith the regime and several socialists have deserted their camp and come over to the nazis The nazis therefore are in a po sition to throw overboard the con stitution of the free state as ap proved by the league of nations and tc convert Danzig into an authoritarian state like the reich duke and duchess want to live a private useful Pope Pius speaking to Ba varian pilgrims on the menace to Catholicism in Germany It is a consolation to us that we are able to weep with you and to console you as a father consoles his Eddie Brietz sports columnist Jack Doyles little black book has Joe Louis an odds on 27 favorite to trim Jim M f V An announcement in a Marien werder Germany paper of the planned visit of Adolf Hitler We want to show our gratitude to the savior of Germany and his faithful cofighters by a dignified recep It therefore suspected in might wave aside any rights the league of nations may have iust as he did with the treaty of Ver sailles when he went into the Rhineland with his troops and virtually annex Danzig at least in the sense of making its institu tions conform exactly to those of the reich OPPOSE Annexation Polish quarters take no stock in this theory They say they have made it perfectly clear to the authorities of the reich that they never will tolerate the annexation of Danzig by Germany Germany and Poland are bound by a 10 year nonaggression pact and the Poles are certain that Germany will do nothing with reference to Danzig that might alienate Po lish friendship In any event no one really ex pects actual military incidents to develop Eve seems agreed that whatever Hitler may have up his sleeve in connection with the Marienwerder visit he will be careful to avoid anything Jieve that he had committed sui cide Suicide Is Suspected It was a very close Dr Baker said However it bc impossible to determine defin itely whether he committed sui cide until the bullet State police announced that powerful man six feet two inches tall and weigh ing 215 lair and was sighted hy Constable Elliott Hairyes along the railroad tracks near the center of Millbury Robbins saw the officer at the same time and opened fire with a 32 caliber Hairyes fell with a wound in the left thigh His condition was notseri is FleeingFrom Home The maniac who had eluded pursuers since fleeing from his home at nearby Sutton Sunday afternoon fled back into the woods His body was found 20 minutes later by troopers Robbins escaped from the Wor cester state hospital on March 2 and took refuge with his mother Mrs P Orrin at her home in nearby Sutton lice entered the search for him Sunday after several parents had complained that a man had been annoying their children as they passed by Mrs Putnams on their way to school 200HOLLYWOOD NOTABLES VIEW HARLOW RITES More Than Curious Fans of Star Crowd Around Chapel By RONALD WAGONER United Press Staff Correspondent HOLLYWOOD Funeral for Jean Harlow were held Wednesday ir be decked Wee Kirk o the Heather j chapel at Forest Lawn cemetery Two hundred of Hollywoods most famous crowded the chapel More than a thousand curious fans of the one time platinum blond screen queen jammed around the chapel They were orderly and of fered no problem to the scores of studio and city policemen assigned to guard the iron chapel gates The star lay in a silver and bronze coffin covered by a huge blanket of gardenias the final joint tribute of her mother Mrs Jean Bello and William Powell the dapper film star Hollywood gossip said was to beher fourth j husband A silver name plate on i the coffin bore a reproduction of Miss Harlows girlish signature and the dates Lasts 23 Minutes Christian Science services last ing 23 minutes were read by Mrs Smith science practi tioner and personal friend of the star Men names mean millions at the movie box offices of the world wept without restraint as Nelson Eddy sang Sweet Mystery of Life and Jean ette MacDonalds golden voice was heard in The Indian Love both favorite songs of Miss Har low Mrs Smith concluded her ser vices with a tribute to her friend In Charge of Iowa Bar Convention Here MASON LADD J C PRYOR Wednesday nijfht Thursday and Friday when Mason City will entertain the annual conventton of the Iowa State Bar association Mr Fryer of Burlington and Mr Ladd of Iowa City president and secretary respectively of the Iowa attorneys organization will be in charge of the sessions STORY ON PAGE 16 Inquest in Bus Crash in Which 3 Died Postponed U of Iowa quarters that AdolfHitler 1 that might provoke war Jurywoman Charged With Drunkenness LOS ANGELES asked Lane what was wrong when she staggered she entered a jury box for the second day of duty Nothing at she replied pictures booked oh a charge of drunkenness which brought sobs from all parts of the chapel Her outstanding attributes were love and said Mrs Smith her voice breaking I know she is saying to each one of us I love you please be Powell was affected deeply His face waschalk white and his eyes brimming with tears He stumbled as he left the chapel after liie ser vices He was accompanied by Mrs Bello and Carey Wilson a film writer Third Husband Weeps Hal third husband of Miss Harlow wept during the ser vices He was among the mourn ers accompanied by an unidenti fied woman Other mourners who glimpsed the body before services started were Dr Morite Carpenter Miss Harlows father and Marino Bello her mothers divorced sec ond husband Charles McGrew young Chicago broker and Miss Harlows first husband was not present Her second husband was Paul Bern film executive who shot himself on Labor day 1932 after three months of marriage Barbara Frown who was Miss the girl who took the glare of Kleig lights un til the star was ready to a scene became hysterical and was escorted1 from the chapel after truckload of flowers rolled up to the chapel even after the rites were under way Carried to Crypt Following the services the cof fin was carried from the the crypt in the Sanctuary of Benediction by the pallbearers None of Miss Harlows famous jewels her as she lay in her coffin Her honey colored hair presented the familiar coif fure which was the joy of her fans the world over and she lay clad in a shell pink organdy gown wife blue satin ribbon about the waist and silver sandals on her feet Clark Gable was a pallbearer Expected to Succumb to Injuries BURLINGTON quest into the collision between a Foster Stages bus anda large trailer which three per sons were1 killediand1 eight injured was postponed by Coroner Claris Adank Wednesday pending recov ery of the injured The coroner planned to spend the day at the hospital question ing those who have recovered suf ficiently to discuss the crash He said the inquest would not be held for two or three At least one of the eight in He was at work with Miss Harlow on production of the picture Sar when she became ill last week The picturewill have to be scrapped at a loss of to the producers Other pallbearers were Edgar J Mannix Miss Harlows business manager Hunt Stromberg MGM producer Jack Conway director of Saratoga W s Van Dyke director and Ray June camera man who filmed many of Miss Harlows successes Honorary Pallbearers of honorary pallbearers included many famous Hollywood wereLouis 3 Joseph Spencer jured was expected to die She j was Mary Hester Cunningham 22 Madison who graduated Monday from the University of Iowa She suffered a fractured skull and possible internal in juries Condition Unchanged Hospital attendants reported her condition grave and unchanged Wednesday Those killed in the crash yere Mrs B T Cunningham 49 jladi son who had attended her daughter Marys graduation ex ercises Charles Johnson 45 Frankfort driver of the bus and Clinton Giese 27 Burlington Iowa driver the truck Others injured besides Miss Cunningham were Mrs Elmer Steahre 26 Musca tine fractured ribs lacerations Mrs M J Collins 62 Fort Madison Iowa both arms frac tured M J Collins 70 Fort Madison minor injuries Mrs C M Frey Prescott head lacerations fractured shoulder Only Two Unhurt Dana Ericksori 21 Burlington helper onthe truck injured fore arm Katherine 34 Wapel lo minor injuries Millard 25 St Lcuis music teacher compound fractures of both legs Barbara Steahre 14 months old daughter of Mrs Steahre and Daniel Van Houte 40 Hannibal the only known pas sengers on the bus to escape in jury The accident occurred Tuesday afternoon on a sharp curve at the foot of a hill two miles north of Mediapolis The bus was owned Fon ter Stages company which oper ates between Cedar Rapids and St Louis Tracy Chico Harpo and Groucho Marx Warren Williams Buron Fitts Los Angeles district attor ney Gary Wilson Adolph Zukor Carl Laemmle Briskin Lionel Barrymore Wallace Beery Cecil B De Miile Dairy Zanuck J L Frank Morgan David Selznick Walter Wanger Warner Baxter Ronald Colman Howard Hughes George Cukor Sam Hal At Mrs Belloplanned to a plain white dress She changed recalling that Miss Harlow pre BANK OFFICIALS ON EXCURSION Hurry Through Conferences at Convention to Take Afternoon Off ST PAUL officials attending the annual convention of the American Institute of Banking Wednesday hustled through morn ing conferences to take the after noon off from serious work to go on a steamer excursion on the Mississippi river Four conferences were held Wednesday morning those on chapter administration debate public education and womens ac tivities At p m delegates boarded a river steamer for their afternoon on the river a recrea tion under a pleasant sun relished by them after several days of cloudy cool weather All four conferences opened with a breakfast and lasted until noon John W Newark N headed the conference on chap ter administration at which pa pers were presented on budgeting the chapter what the senior bank er expects of the A I B and leader development and interest maintenance in the chapter Postell Hebert of Memphis head ed discussion of debate principles and its value bankers The pub lic education conference headed by J A Reagan Rocky Mount N considered the complex pub lic relations of banks the effect of radio on publicity and co operation among banking groups Womans work in the banking field was discussed by the fourth conference which was presided over K Detroit LOW COST HOUSING DES MOINES housing administration officials told a group of Iowa bankers architects lumbermen realtors and contractors that low cost housing subdivisions in Iowa would produce profits in wealth in human welfare The Weather FORECAST IOWA Mostly cloudy Wed nesday night and Thursday probably showers in south and east central portions somewhat warmer Thursday in northwest and north central portions MINNESOTA Partly cloudy Wednesday night and Thursday not so cool Wednesday night except along Lake Superior wanner Thursdayin east and south portions IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Wednesday Tuesday 58 Minimum in Night 36 At 8 a m Wednesday 51 LEWIS REPORTS SETTLEMENT IN MICHIGAN TIEUP Gov Murphy Has National Guard and State Police in Readiness LANSING Frank Murphy Wednesday or dered the forces of the Michigan national guard and state police held in readiness for possible action in the Consumers Power company strike SERVICE IS HALTED FOR MORE THAN FLINT More than residents of the Saginaw valley affected by a strike of Con sumers Power company employes remained without electric service Wednesday despite announcement by John L Lewis in Washington that a settlement had been reached The strikers indicated service would not be fuUy restored until their negotiations committee re turned from Washington to report the terms of settlement That would not be until late Wednes day There was only a partial restor ation of service in Flint where switches were thrown at a m C S darkening tile city and signalling the start of the second power strike in three weeks Workers Hie Bay City Midland and numer ous smaller communities in the 13 counties of the Saginaw valley still were without service An esti mated workers were idle Saginaws residents were only slightly affected apparently because of the of Wal ter B organizer for the United Automobile Gen eral Motors corporation plants there were operating L G Oberhauser superinten dent of the Consumers Power companys giant power plant at Milwaukee between Saginaw and Bay City said the power load there had been reduced 80 per cent That isthe principal source of electricity for the valley Strikers were the plant There were unofficial reports of dissatisfaction among the strikers with the wage increases the com pany agreed to make Demand More Pay In Washington representatives of the power company and the Committee for Industrial Organi zation said only that a substantial increase had been granted along with time and onehalf for over time and double time for Sunday and holiday work The agreement would be retroactive to May 10 and would be effective until March 1 1938 Reports here said the proposed increase amounted to a month The strikers said that would amount only ta 5 cents an hour whereas they had demanded anin crease of 20 cents an hour They declared they would not be satis fied with less Homer Martin international president of the U A in formed Gov Frank Murphys of fice at Lansing that he had called a meeting of local union heads at Flint and would demandthatthey restore service immediately SETTLEMENT BEACHED IN DISPUTE LEWIS REPORTS WASHINGTON Other points in the state report d near freezing temperatures during the night and light frost Lewis Committee for Industrial an nounced Wednesday a settlement had been reached on behalf of United Automobile strik ers in the southeastern Michigan Consumer Power company field Lewis announced Wyndham Mortimer first vice president of the U A W and a group of union men who been conferring here with Lewis and associates would leave immediately by plane for Flint complete ar rangements for ending the power company strike The union men out there moved all by Lewis said Were Not Informed He said the workers had not been informed of the nature of the settlement and he declined to dis close its termsThe agreement still would have to be ratified by the workers he said The strike although in the plant iof a power company was under the direction of the United Auto mobile Workers union It was ferred organdie while noted in parts of North Iowa lounging at home Some cfthe Asa special tribute all fiJin Forest studios1 Wcrijbbscivingone De silence at 9 oclock 1 corah 35 for the states low agement Before Lewis made nouncement spokesmen power company and the had announced rcactainj agreement for his an spokesmen for the c i o eaching of an increase   

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