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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 28, 1937, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLIII FIVE CENTS A COPX ASSOCIATED fRESS AND UNITED PRESS FULL LEASED MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE THIS PAPSa CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 225 Lining Up for 1940 Will Conservatives Unite Behind Senator Byrdr1 ERMANS WANT OL By CHARLES P STEWART A S H IN GTON CPA There is a good bit of talk in Wash ington of Sen ator Harry F Byrd of Virginia as a conserva tive democratic candidate for p r e s i dent in 1940 It is tenta tive talk not to say premature W h o knows what element will control the democratic par ty in 1940 The nominat ing primaries next spring will begin to tell If a pre ponderance of congress p r e s ent antinew deal democrats are renominated Cor senatorial and representatorial seats the infer ence will be that the party has swung away from Rooseveltianism If on the opposite hand the nom inations go to new men the sug gestion will be that the new deal still is in the saddle Different Matter The ensuing election is a dif ferent matter I am soeaking only of the primaries indications as to party control Suppose for the sake of argu ment that the antinew deal dem ocrats make an overwhelming cleanup Then the conclusion will be that Rooseveltianism has been repudiated and that some such presidential candidate as Senator Byrd is indicated Suppose however that the an tiRooseveltans are wiped off the map Then it will look as if Presi dent Roosevelt should be chosen to succeed himself Or if not Presi dent Roosevelt someone with his indorsement For example Secre tary of Agriculture Henry A Wal lace who often is spoken of as his pick although Wallace origi nally was a Or Gov George H Earle of Pennsylvania or Gov Frank Murphy of Mich new dealers 2 Tickets Possible But suppose the split is doubt ful Then there might arise such a situation as nomination of a 1940 regular democratic nom as Roosevelt Earle Murphy or you And the nomination also of a bolting democratic ticket headed maybe by Senator Byrd Such a complication arose s generation ago when William J Bryan was the Tegular demo crats selection but when Palmer and Buckner ran too as gold democrats and both were licked by William McKinley the repub lican contender But this would he a much worse mixup than that one was Suppose and suppose and sup pose for President Suppose the conservative demo crats put up say Senator Byrd for president Would he catch the conservative republicans also What would he be A democrat or republican And the other side Roosevelt A democrat or a republican Or Earle or Murphy Which Or suppose a case like this The conservatives democrats and republicans alike combine on 3 presidential candidate like Byrd It is logical The liberals nr radicals as you please unite let us say on John L Lewis It is consistent enough Always a Democrat Byrd always was a democrat but now he has affiliations with republicans Lewis was a re publican but he is affiliated with the new that is democratic as it is on the theory that this is a democratic admin istration The p o 1 i t i ceconomic fight gradually is narrowing down from a triangular affair which neces sarily has ended in questionable decisions to a 5050 contest which means one thing or the other It will be months yet of guess ing Still the guessing may be on verge of being guessed out even The Weather FORECAST IOWA Partly cloudy Monday nijht and Tuesday not Jute so cool Monday night in south cen tral portions MINNESOTA Generally Monday niffht and Tuesday cooler Monday night along Lake Superior wanner Tuesday in northwest portion IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Monday Maximum Sunday 85 Minimum In Night 56 At 8 A M Monday 74 For similar period ending at 8 a m Sunday IMaximum Saturday 82 Minimum in Night 56 At 8 A M Sunday 0 Rainfall OS Inch NAZIS DEMAND RIGHT TO SHARE WORLDS TRADE Hitler Leads Applause as Goering and Schacht Make Speeches By LOUIS P LOCHNER BERLIN Hitler ap plauded Monday while nazi Ger many through her highest apostles i of economics made known to the international Chamber of Com merce her dsmand for a share in the worlds raw materials and its trade Col Gen Hermann Wilhelm Goering virtual dictator of Ger manys 4 year plan for self suf ficiency and Dr Hjalmar Schacht her economic minister spoke out to the delegates from 40 countries to seek a German place in the economic the re turn of war lost colonies Der fuehrer led the applause from the presidents box Gives Nazi Salute Curious eyes from all over the world including the United States were on der fuehrer as he gave snappy nazi salute and seated himself Nizi uniforms dotted the ranks of has followers Only Sunday night at Wurz burg Hitkr had his own say on the reichs shortage of raw mate Then he declared Germany would welcome an insurgent vic tory in Spain because as it is generally known we try to buy ore Spain is rich in the minerals that Germany needs It was Goering who sounded the nazi colony keynote with the dec laration it was intolerable for the reich to be dependent econom ically on other nations Seek Self Sufficiency The ever resplendentair minis ter sounded nazidoms determina tion to be self sufficient just 18 years to the day since the formal signing of the treaty of Versailles stripped a conquered Germany of her colonial empire after the World war Goering told the opening session of the ninth session of the Inter national Chamber of Commerce You may be sure Germany will continue to bring up the colonial problem until her urgent and le gitimate desires regarding colonies are warned Goer ing Germany is working with all her energy in the undertaking known as the four year Rely on Own Strength Just as Germany must be able to rely on her own strength on that defend her territory so must she be self sup porting economically if she is to preserve her independence honor international said General Goering To depend upon the more or less willing assistance of others if simply an intolerable state of affairs for a nationally conscious people that wishes to Goering defended Germanys huge rearmament program with its attendant needs for raw ma terials as a necessity When it proved impossible to induce other countries to follow the German example anddisarm Germany in oiler to secure full equality of rights had no other choice than to he said However he addiid Bid for Markets As far as it depends on Ger many there will not be arither Authoritative commercial circles linked Georings speech to that Sunday night of der fuehrer as a double bid for a larger slice of Dr Schacht gave the chamber members his recipe for ending i nee sssity for forging selfsuffi I dent states If you secure to each nation its food and employment by means of honest money and honest di vision of raw materials then you will automatically put an end to economic nationalism and all so called autarchic endeavors Hope Abandoned for Little Omaha Boy 4 OMAHA was aban doned for 4 year old Johnny Her nandez at Douglas county hospital Monday The little Mexican lad who was given a premature visit from Santa Glaus last December because his doctors thought he could not live until Christmas is in critical condition the hospital reported His parents have been at his bedside constantly for the past 48 hours Johnny is slowly but surely wasting away from bone cancer For the first time since his illness the pitifully ema ciated little fellow is in a stupor and unable to recognize anyone Roosevelts Economy Campaign to Fall Short Reported Arrested SIGMUND LEVANEVSKY MOSCOW reports were circulated Monday that Sigrmund Levanevsky one of Russias most famous air pilots and Gen I I Atksnis vice commissar of defense had been arrested The reports were circulated among many others incident to the continued drive on trait ors and enemies of the gov Hunt 3 Girls Feared Slain or Kidnaped INGLEWOOD than 700 men and boys Monday joined z search of thecity and surrounding hills for three small girls who have been missing since Saturday and were feared kid naped or slain By torchlight hundreds of men tramped the brushy slopes all night but found no trace of Made line Everett 7 her sister Melba 8 and Jeanette Stephens 8 who vanished while playing in Cen tinella park Police Captain Ed Muir said he had abandoned hope that the children would be found alive It was feared that they had been abducted by a sex degenerate 150 Boy Scouts Called into the hunt Monday morning were 200 American Le gionnaires 150 Boy Scouts the entire Inglewood police and fire fighting forces contingents from Los Angeles and surrounding po lice departments deputy sheriffs and nearly 50 mounted police They began reporting at the Inglewood city jail shortly after daybreak and were sent out in groups of 25 to 100 to search as Confers With Psychiatrist Held Without Bail tor Hearing Wednesday NEW YORK IRWIN IN NFW Senate Committee Votes inn 111 111 ilL II tnPmrl Cfppl Mail CONFESSION TO to TRIPLE MURDER Collapse of Attempt to Settle Strike Seen WASHINGTON Senate postofifce committee Monday vot ed to end its inquiry into mail stoppage at the plants of the Re public Steel company in Ohio without calling Postmaster Gen eral James A Farley At the same Irtime it was decided to refer NEW YORK r win who lulled three persons be charges of tiimdanon of cause of his passion and hate for to he La Follette civ a fourth demanded and obtained a conference with a psychiatrist Monday before he dictated a new confession to the police The 29 year old former insane asylum inmate was arraigned and held without bail pending a pre liminary hearing on Wednesday Samuel Leibovvilz who has de fended many killers appeared as his counsel and indicated the de fense would be a plea of insanity It developed that Irwin had tele graphed Leibowitz from Chicago Sunday and asked him to take the case Commissioner signed areas The girls vanished Police Commissioner Lewis J Valentine said he was delighted with the sculptors new confession of the slaying of Veronica Gedeon soon after I artists model her mother Mrs mission to iing with I known as go jackrabbit hunt a loiterer who was OPTIMISM ABOUT SPAIN CLOUDED Hitler Declaration Noted Report German Ships Aided Shelling By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Reichsfuehrer Adolf Hitlers declaration of two German poli cies in Spain Monday clouded a new optimism that the Spanish civil war might be isolated from the rest of Europe Der fuehrer told a party rally A squad of mounted police rode The girls vanisneo iuun ttuci their parents refused them per Mary Gedeon and a lodger at the j Gedeon home Frank Byrnes Irwin had said the one he had really intended to kill was Mrs Ethel Kudner Veronicas sister who ignored his attentions and married another She did not ap pear at the Gedeon home the night of the murders First in anger then in fear he strangled and stabbed the others Psychiatrist Summoned is definitely not a kidnaping for Police Chief Oscar E Campbell said Im afraid to say whether well find them Search Through Hills Possemen were ordered to search thoroughly for miles and barely covered rolling hills where the bodies of two other little sisters were found after a similar search 12 years ago Mary Martin 12 and Nina 8 slain by a sex mad killer lay in a cactusstudded ra vine near Inglewood for five monthsbefore they were found in 1924 of nazis that the third reich would welcome an insur gent Spanish regime as an aid to solving Germanys acute raw material shortage He also declared Germany would act independently hence forth to protect herself against Spanish government attacks at sea Merchantman Sunk At Valencia the Spanish central government reported a merchant man sunk by a submarine and created a special antisubmarine fleet In Paris and Moscow it was feared the last repercussions of the joint ItaloGerman withdraw al from the neutrality fleet had riot yet been felt The absence of new develop ments stimulated hope elsewhere however that Europes peace was not endangered Coast Is Shelled A stretch of about 30 miles mark government coast north of cia was shelled from the sea Qne report which was not ionfirned said German ships participated Insurgent t r o o p s Generahstimo Francisco Francos Madrid siege lines in the Casa de Campo sector west of the capital ind in the Jarama sector to the southeast into rugged canyons Police radio patrol cars were sent over wag on tracks stretching over the hills Other squads ware ordered to range through Inglewood small suburb of Los Angeles arid force the locks on all vacant houses and garages Pools and streams were searched Three men found camping in the hills were brought in for questioning Sunday night but re leased he was brought here by airplane from Chicago where he surrendered Saturday night Irwin told police officials he would talk no more until he was permitted to see Dr Frederic Wartham head of the mental hygiene department of Bellevue hospital The psychiatrist had observed Irwin at various times since 1832 including one oc casion on which Irwin went to Bellevue and asked to br emascu lated Dr Wertman was summoned from bed In a corridor at police headquarters the psychiatrist held a whispered conversation with Ir to the La Follette civil lib erties committee The commiUee uoted to report to the senate that it felt the charges of mail stoppage had been sufficiently investigated in hear ings already held It will recommend against a general investigation of the mail situation Thecommittee vote was 12 to 1 on this question Senator W Styles Bridges RN au thor of the resolution voting against the recommendation MEDIATION COLLAPSES MORE RETURN TO WORK CLEVELAND Attempts of the federal government to settle the steel strike apparently col lapsed Monday Assistant Secretary of Labor Edward F McGrady only mem berof the steel mediation board remaining in Cleveland an nounced he would leave for Wash ington late Monday The decision was made after a telephone con versation with Secretary of Labor Frances Perltins in Washington More men returned to work throughout the OhioPennsylvania area where national guardsmen and state police stood vigil at the mill gates to protect persons want ing their jobs as well Qf peace town their More Than Scouts Enrolled at National jamboree WASHINGTON Boy Scouts arriving hourly from all sections of the country Monday boosted the present enrollment their first national jamboree above Gathering for a week encamp ment officially starting Wednes day Scouts arrived by special train bus airplane automobile by boat and on foot Twentyfoui foreign nations were represented The camp of tents already spread over the grounds sur rounding Washington monument the tidal basin and along the Po New defense those zones but government com manders said they did not expect pieral attack from Franco bolstered tomac river and Mount Vernon ooisreiea u pleted SO THEY SAY Col Gen Hermann Wilhelm Goering right haixl man of Adolf Hitler As far as it depends on Germany there will not be an other M Georges Bonnet arrivingin Paris to enter the new French cabinet commenting on the United States to which he been ambassador It is a mae nificent country enjoying full Berry F Halden Chariton editoi and republican candidate for U S senator from Iowa in the last elec tion If the republican party is even just partly smart politically it will turn a very definite thumbs down on the draft Hoover1 sug gestion made by Arthur M Hyde secretary of agriculture in the Hoover memorial highway Some Scouts erected Indian tepees log cabins and grass huts AMEUAPLANS DAWN TAKEOFF Gets Set for TransPacific Stage of Her Flight Around World DARWIN Australia Amelia Earhart arriving here on her flight around the world said hoped to take off at dawn Tuesday for the transPa cific stage andtpreach the United States within four days given good weather Miss Earhart arrived here Mon day after a dangerous 475 mile flight across the Timor sea from Kopang Timor Island The local quarantine officer and a crew of 100 townspeople wel comed the American woman avi ator Miss Earhart said she had had perfect weather except for slight head winds Kopang after a halt of cujivciadLiuii iriCKei win It was understood he urged appeared in Ohios Mahoning val Irwin to make the full statement HictnVt as Renublic and which he later gave to the police Irwins insistence on seeing the psychiatrist was considered to strengthen the probability that he would plead insanity as his de fense Ready to Go To Chair In previous statements in Chi cago Irwin had declared with a seemingly carefree air that he supposed he would be sent back to the New York State insane hospi tal in which he had spent some time But with equal indifference he said he was ready to go to the electric chair if that was what the state decreed He talked of throwing himself on the mercy of the court After making his new statement to the police and the district at torney Irwin was taken into the routine morning lineup of prison ers Jauntily briskly he walked on the stage In the glare of kleig lights the man who had killed three persons and stayed hours in the room with their bodies stood smiling before the New York de tective force In Need of Shave Irwin was badly in need of a shave His white linen suit was wrinkled He wore black and white sport shoes Capt John Lahay took charge of the questioning Did you make a statement to the district attorney lie was asked I said Irwin Have you ever been arrested before I dont remember the date but I think it was You were arrested for third de gree assault Captain Lahay did not go be yond routine Irwin seemed dis appointed Detectives led him off the platform and took him to an office preliminary to arraignment in homicide court on the short on which he will be held until the grand jury return mur der indictments Conference Report on Relief Bill Gets Senates Approval du wuiua WASHINGTON The sen iviiss Earhart left Soerbaya ate Monday approved the confer Java Sunday for Kopang She left ence report on the relief appropriation bill Claim Strike Effective Union leaders insisted their strike was effective and adequate relief funds to steil workers who would stick it But from Johnstown came an announcement from Bethlehem Steel that Its Cambria plant s now on a normal operating Republic Steel and Youngs Sheet and Tube said uicii Youngstown plants were working between 85 and 90 per cent normal Picket lines dwindled or dis ired in Ohios Mahoning val ley district as Republic and Youngstown Sheet and Tube mills resumed operations after 32 days of idleness Two Men Beaten Two men were beaten in an out break of violence at Johnstown when thousands of workers disre garded by unionists from railroads and coal order to return to work The appearance of women in the picket lines around the Republic plants at Warren and Niles Ohio made that area another danger point on the strike front In Niles eight to ten pickets on duty were women Sixteen hundred men returned to work at the Warren plant Mon day morning according to reports to the sheriffs office A line of others waited to sign at backto work headquarters About three hundred returned to Niles according to count At Youngstown long lines of workmen filed into the reopened steel mills and smoke from new lighted furnaces grew heavier along the Mahoning valley Traf fic snarls occupied police and na tional guardsmen at many mill gates as workers returned Half Dozen Pickets Half a dozen pickets at the main entrance to the Republic mill car ried placards walked silently back and forth before the gate Men with a principal will not break a picket line re fuse to be a the placards read In unity there is strength dont be a scab C I O will No pickets were on duty at stop 14 main entrance To the Campbell plant atYoungstown Sheet and Tube company At suburban Struthers opening work at unofficial LOOK INSIDE FOR BERRT F Opposes Draft Hoover Move Proposed by Hyde PAGE 2 Agnes Sarauelson Talks at Detroit Conference PAGE 13 Record Dope Says Yanks Not Likely to Repeat PAGE 12 Columbia Network m Radio Salute to KGLO PAGE 13 TORTURE HOLDUP SUSPECT SEIZED Clark Wanted for Iowa Robbery Held in Missouri DES MOINES W Akers state investigation bureau chief reported Monday Ray Clark 28 wanted in connection with the torture robbery of Mrs Mar tha De Tar 74 in EddyviUe in 1934 was being held in Spring field Mo Akers said he was making ar rangements to return Clark to Iowa He reported Springfield po lice said they had identified Clark who escaped from the Oskaloosa jail on Jan 9 1935 from circulars issued by the Iowa investigation bureau Clark also is being held as a nossible suspectin the slaying of Sheriff Lawrence Smoyer near Al bion Akers said SPENDING TO BE OVER SCHEDULE BY 200 MILLION Roosevelt Sends Congress Back to Fight Out New Deal Program WASHINGTON figures indicated Monday that the administrations economy cam paign will fall about short of its goal When President Roosevelt in structed all departments last April to cut expenditures sharply he revised his budget to a figure under the January forecast Treasury reports showed how ever that expenditures from last July 1 through June 24 were compared with a re vised budget of Revenue Also Higher Thus the years spending already has gone above the revised estimate At the current rate it will increase another or more by Wednesday the end of the fiscal year While expenditures have not been kept within the April figure revenue also has been above esti mates made at that time Receipts were through June 24 and are expected by treasury officials to reach about by Wednesday cr over the revised esti mate This figure would be under the January esti mate Gift Tax Drop Officials decline under original to failure of income tax receipts to meetex pectations litigation tying up rail retirement and windfall tax col and a sharp drop in ex pected gift tax revenue On the basis of these estimates this years deficit would total about exclusive of debt retirement compared with a revised estimate of and an original estimate of That deficit would bring the public debt to about 000 ADJOURNMENT PREDICTIONS ARE EXTENDED TO SEPX 1 WASHINGTON Roosevelt Monday sent congress back to the legislative trenches apparently to fight out the bitter ly disputed second new deal pro gram if it takes all summer Ad journment predictions extended to Sept 1 After three days of democratic crab cake jamboree on a Chesa peake Bay island there was no in dication that Mr Hoosevelt Would withdraw his judiciary reorgani zation bill or other legislation backed by the white house The president not only stood pat but was reported on good au thority to contemplate a letter or message to congress in behalf of the agriculture departments ever normal granary program 500 PRESBYTERIANS MEET AMES hundred dele gates were expected at the fifty sUth annual meeting of the Pres byterisn synod here Monday through Thursday total employment o2 the two com panies in Youngstown is John Owen Ohio C I O direc tor protested to Gov Martin L Davey that the city and county officials abetted by militia were taking brutal and violent meas ures against strikers and demand ed that the constitutional rights of the unionists be protected Davey has declined union propos als for withdrawal of about national guardsmen from the strike zone Prepare to Reopen Republic plants at Canton and iUUUlUctll of the gate to the Sheet and Tube nearby Massillon and in Cleveland were preparingfor early reopen ing Indicationswere that police protection alone might be suffi cient in Cleveland but officials at Canton r expressed concern over companys Struthers plant to per mit maintenance workers to enter attracted several hundred work men Check on Return National guard headquarters claimed a checkup of employment in Youngstown mills revealed a total of men at work dur ing the last 24 hour period The figures showed men had returned to work at two Youngstown Sheet and Tube com pany plants open here and had returned to Republics Youngstownmill Company fig ures were slightly less Normal threats of disorder after shots land were fired at maintenance men in over theweekend Bozo J Damich C I 0 leader Economy Curbs Plans Always tending to curb the plans however are Mr Roose velts recent stipulations in be half of economy and news from the treasury neat the end of the fiscal year that the years deficit and national debt are higher than the administration anticipated Democrats returning from the party gathering where the pres ident metmost of the democratic members of congress in platoon formation on secluded Jefferson found ths legislative front active Monday Developments included 1 The senate postoffice com mittee will decide Monday wheth er to extend its investigation of al leged strike 3reamail delivery ir regularities and whether Postmas ter General James A Farley shall be summonedto testify Steel Company Probe 2 A senate resolution for inves tigation of alleged steel company violations of the Wagner Labor Relations act probably will be re ferred to the LaFoUette civil lib erties committee 3 House leaders decided to take up the administration farm ten ancy bill providing in the next three calendar for longtime farm purchase loans and for fed eral purchase of submarginal House democratic leaders sided Were iircU ill m the tin plate company division with the administration in behalf of action at this session and hours legislation and the sen Cleveland pledged efforts to ate labor committee was sum avoid disorders if an attempt is mpned tobegin redrafting the ad made to reopen the Cleveland ministration bill Senate Majority Leader Joseph Well meet them with bare T Robinson had planned to open hands and empty debate this week on the JUdicuay Damich said reorganization bill but announced   

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