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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 22, 1939, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HOME EDITION THE NtWSFAPfR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MAiOM CITY TMI VOLXLV ASSOCIATED PRESS AND UNITED PRESS FUU LEASED WIRES F1VZ CENTS A COPY MASONCITY IOWA M0NPAYPAY 22 THIS PAPER CONSISTS Of TWO OHX NO 192 Dionne Quints Curtsey Then Unexpectedly Rush Forward Kiss Queen TOU ONTO Dionne quintuplets saluted Queen Elizabeth Monday with five moist kisses in one of the strangest audiences ever granted by British monarchs The queen forgettingroyal custom anil tradition leaned over and put her arms around each of the Dionne children and kissed them back The audience took place in the drawing room of the lieutenant governors quarters in the parlia ment building The quintuplets were dressed in anklelength court dresses of and wore little white poke bonnets Dr Allan R Dafoe physician and guardian of the quints came to the royal audience fearing that at least one of the little girls would stand on her head seize the kings gloves or otherwise behave as 5 year old children do He could have forgotten his worries The quints did swell They had been carefully schooledin the technic of mak ing curtsies No one had an ticipated they would put their arms around the queens neck and kiss her That was their own idea They walked up tothe queen put their arms around her neck and one by one kissed her Per sons in the room said the queen was deeply touched by that and swiftly kneeled and embraced and kissed each of the children Meanwhile King George VI of Great Britain and the dominions beyond the seas was the forgotten man in the midst of all this fem inine affection Yvonne Dionne decided she would fix up that situation She ran away from the queen and went to where the king was standing Without so much as a by your leave sire she took hold of his hand and grinned at him The Icing stooped over and whispered something to Yvonne Then they both laughed their heads off at their private joke Marie Dionne decided that her sister was having too much fun with the tall man in the blue sailor suit so she ambled over and handed the king a small bouquet The rest of the quints gave their bouquets to the queen The 19 minute ceremony opened with all the quints standing in line Dr Dafpe wearing formal morning attire that seemed a little tight in the seams presented the children one by one Each stepped forward put her right foot behind her left and made a neat curtsey Once that formality was out of the way the quintstook charge of the situa tion themselves Cecile was one to think up the queen Shejust walked across the room and did it As soon as ner sisters saw what was they too were thronging around the queen schambling to see which one could lass her first The queen loved it The king and queen will carry back to London with them five mementoes of this visit Each of the quints gave them an auto graphed photograph with their names scrawled on them in large childish letters In turn the king and queen gave each of the quints little blue reefer coats and announced they were gifts fromprincess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret who are wait ing eagerly in London fornews of the Dionnes For a time it seemed thatOliva Dionne and his wife were to be1 ignored in all the excitementover the quints but they too1 were presented to the king and queen The queen and Mrs Dionne conversed inFrench and they dis cussed asubject that all women like to talk children ThequeentoldMrs Dionne about the two princesses in London The queen and Mrs Dionne al most went throughthe worst or dealthat can happen to clothes conscious almost ap peared in the same type of dress Bothof them wore light blue and both wore blue hats However the costume of silk was trimmed with blue fox fur at the collar cuffs and hem and that was sufficiently different from Mrs Dionnes situation Daonrres of I powder blue crepe with in verted pleats The kingwore the undress uni form of an admiral of the British navy Dionne appeared in an ordi nary business suit and seemed perfectly at ease during a brief cliat with the king The quintuplets were dressed in identical gowns of white or gandy which dropped to their ankles They had on Avhite lace mittens that stretched all the way to their elbows and their poke bonnets sat far enough back on their heads for their brown hail to peep out They were allowed only one variation from identical dress each was allowed to wear her fa vbrite flower in herv hair Marie chosenyellow Annette green Ce cilie blue Emilie rose and Yvonne mauve Before the quins were pre sented to the king and queen they paraded through the legislative chamber where 1200 persons hid assembled for a formal welcom ing of the king and queen Three tbe laafafat on waving everybody la right and although the cawetaten haft been cautioned to be laughter broke all ever the chamber The king and queen push on westward at 7 p m EOT Monday night enroute to the western part of Canada after which they will visit the United States The quin tuplets arrived Monday morning on a train NAZIS ITALY SIGN PACT Promote Panaceas to Aid Business All the dis carded old panaceas are being taken out of the moth balls and dusted off for public discusr sion as a result of the a t e d white house interest j in the business situation Left I wingers right j wingers a nd just plain wingers are promoting their pet remedies ALL RESOURCES TO BE POOLED IN CASE OF WAR Deepen Relations in Order to Be Able to Strike Out Quickly Pad nialloo for publicity in such a way as to imply the president them is backing For instance a new deal senator who had been talking with Chair man Eccles of federal reserve and a few others about using the stabilization fund to start a new spending program put out a story implying it might be done where the president promptly de BERLIN Germany and of course Italy Monday signed a terse mili tary pact of seven articles agree ing to pool all their military and economic resources in the event of a war in which either party might be involved They further agreed even in ad vance ofwar so to deepen their mutual military and economic re lations that both could strike ef fectively and quickly in case of need The alliance became effective as soon as it was signed It will last heard of it j f a preliminary period of 10 yearsduring winch the axis part ners will agree on terms for ex tending it y Out of all these plans now fly ing through the surcharged Wash ington atmosphere presidential Oul Determined Answer favor is likely to alight only on pact decided upon in Milan two you have been forei 6 and 7 was signed by Foreign waited previously these involve Joachim von Ribbentrop railroads This Italian Foreign Minister Count housing and railroads This de duction is based onthe fact that there is rather general agreement among the insiders near the presi dent that these two subjects need handling Blame City Councils The low cost housing program interests the kingringers because the United States housing author ity is not doing the job in their opinion They do not blame houser Nathan Straus but rather the city councils out through the country which have voted against setting up local authorities to take ad vantage of the Straus slums clear ing Some mild method of reducing the present per cent mortgage interest rate probably will grow out of this situationA majority of presidential counselors hanker for 3 rate of 4i and even 3i per cent Their remedy may take the foiTn of promoting that First Na tional Mortgage association an nounced by exnew dealer Moffett on the step of the white house the other day On railroads there is a lot of inI Galeazzo Ciano in Adolf Hitlers presence In a radio address Hitlers for eign minister declared it was our determined answer to British French encirclement plans An official communique de scribed points of theipact as fol lows 1 Both contracting parties agree to consult with and arrive at an understanding on all mat ters touching their common inter est or the general European situ ation1 Give Full Support 2 Should their common inter ests be endangered in any way by international events the two con tracting parties will immediately enter upon consultations concern ing the measures to be taken for safe guarding their interests Should the security or other es ner will give the threatened party his full political and diplo matic support in order to remove the side support for a plan to get legisj If contrary to the wishes lation authorizing the fnd fhe contracting par L ties either nr Ihpm hfsnnmo lion finance corporation to make equipment loans to the roads at 2 per cent interest to be amortized slowjy during the life of the equip ment There is no widespread feeling ties either of them should become involved in a military entangle ment with one other power 01 with other powers the other con tracting party will immediately rally to his side as an ally and discernible in these lofty quarters support him with all his military for a new large spending program I resources on land at sea and in the air TViPc frvi T Pparp Action jiies i or Laooi ieate 4 In O1dei to make ac Motner Perkins is trying to get j tion possible in case of need Lhe her two oad boys John Lewis and governments will lurthei BUI Green to renew thenpeace d h u coopeiation in the negotiations but is not having v much luck Mr Lewis sent back word to an indirect overture the other day that he was too busy Mr Green responded that he was willing but around the labor department some doubt exists about his enthusiasm It is generally believed Lewis v ill hold back until after congress adjourns and he then finds out what is going to happen to the national labor relations act amendments Peace still seems a long way off While Mr Lewis was winning the greatest victory of his career in his coal coup it seems Mr Green was calmly lifting the shirt from Mr Lewis back Mr Lewis got the publicity Green got the textile unions Trustworthy impartial reports idicate the AFL chief took advantage of Mr preoccupation with the coal nego tiations to make heavy inroads in the textile union field both in New England and the south dur ing the past six weeks Hint Features Inc I realm of the military and of mili tary economy In a similar manner they will also constantly arrive at an un derstanding concerning o t h e r measures necessary for the prac tical execution of the provisions of this pact 5 Both parties agreed in the event of war to conclude an armistice and peace only after ar riving at a full mutual under standing with each other 6 Conscious of the importance of their common friendships with certain other nations Italy and Germany are determined to keep up these relations also in the future Hitler Decorates Ciano 7 The pact becomes effective from the moment of signature and its first period is to cover 10 years The two nations will come to an understanding with each other in sufficient time concerning extension of its effectiveness After the ceremony Hitler be stowed Germanys highest decora tion the golden grand cross ofthe German eagle upon CountCiano V Miller Claim for Trip to Pella Denied DES MOINES state executive council Monday refused to indorse Secretary of State Earl G Millers claim to the Pella tulip festival and gov ernors day ceremonies at Iowa City Unless he can convince Comp troller C Fred Porter otherwise Miller will have to pay his own traveling expenses You dont charge for that do you I didnt Gov George A Wilson commented The governor who was an honor guest at both gatherings disclosed that he hitchhiked witha state patrolman in each in stance The patrolman was going to help handle traffic Wilson explained so I justrode wantedto get a patrolmans anyhow Under the recently enacted re organization measure creating a state department of public saf ety the governor has jurisdic tion over the highway patrol Governor Wilson explained after Mondays council session that if Miller had been on state busi ness at Pella and Iowa City he could have collected four cents a mile for traveling expenses Is Found in Room of Suspect of Kansas Bank Robbery ST PAUL bu reau of investigation agentsun covered in a paper bag in a trunk at a Chicago apartment in tracing the activities of Thomas Kyle 31 year old bank robbery suspect The announcement was made by Robert C Hendon chief of the St Pa office who said the money was believed tobe part of the loot obtained in the oneman holdup of a Wichita Kans bank last February of which Kyleis accused LOOK INSIDE FOR THE REV G D COX Iowa Master of Odd Fellow Lodge Dies PAGE 2 Veterans Parade to Major Star Ranking SPORTS PAGE Algonan Takes Top Floral Show Honors STATE PAGE PENDERGAST TO SERVE YEAR IN KANSAS PRISON Pleads Guilty to Charges of Evading Income Taxes 2 Years KANSAS CITY Pen dergast dethroned political boss pleaded guilty Monday to evading taxes on and was sen tenced to a year and three months in prison Federal Judge Merrill E Otis sentenced the political leader to one year and three months on the first count of an indictment charg ing he dodgedtaxesin11935 arid judge sentenced to probation for three years and fined him At the request of Pendergasts attorney the judge allowed the political boss a week to get his business affairs in order before beginning the sentence Physician Makes Statement The government in arguments laying the basis for sentence charged he actually had evaded taxes on since 1927 and that he bet on horse racing in 1935 losing In defense efforts to avert a prison sentence Pendergasts phy sician said a heart ailment might cause abrupt death in case of a shock John G chairman of the Jackson county Kansas City democratic committee and counsel for Pendergast admitted his port ly client gambled heavily onthe horses Says Prison Means Death It has been a mania with him Maddentold the court But he urged the governmentto strip the case of all trappings of drama and consider it for what it is tax evasion and tax evasion alone Imprisonment would mean death Madden baicl He cant suivive if he enteis a cell Death will follow as the day follows the night It canot be it must not be The sternjawecr Pendergast one of the few remaining old line political bosses in the nation looked on silently as his attorney John G Madden stepped for ward before Federal Judge Mer rill E Otis and said his client de sued to plead guilty to tax eva sions for 1935 and 1936 Pendergast charged with tax evasions on leceived as a payofi in a state insurance deal and on income derived through straw men in his business firms threw himself on the mercy ofthe federal court after pleading guilty to all charges U S District Attorney Maurice Milligan who first started ripping holes in the machine by exposing vote frauds in 1936 charged in bis arguments Monday that Pender gast sold his political influence for money Never before had that charge been made in open court Italians tp Remove All Troops in Spam in Current Month ROME The government announced Monday all Italian combatants would be brought home from Spain within the cur rent month A communique said the Italian Legionnaires will be completely repatriated from Spain within the current month They will embark at Cadiz and debark at Naples Foreign Minister Count Galeaz zo Ciano in an address made to the fascist chamber a month ago promised that Italian lighters in Spain would be withdrawn after they took part in Gen Francisco Francos victory parade which was held last Friday in Madrid Delegates Discuss Matters Delegates at the three day joint master and journeymen barbers state convention got to gether for those usual sideline chats during the second day session Monday at the Hotel Hanford from leftto rirfit T C MacDuffee Des Moines state secretary of the Master Barbers confers with Louis E Mcllvaln Chicago gen eral secretary of Master Barbers of America and Larry D Ham ilton Sioux City president of the association of Master Bar bers of Iowa left to right C E WrUrht Sioux City secre taryof the State Journeymen association looks over the con vention plaits with tew W Council Bluffs presi dent of the Journeymen association Lock photos Kay enay engravings FUOGIVE BUSINESS IDEAS Expected to Tell of Plans for Improving Relations With U S WASHINGTON Roosevelt as expected to give an ogamzation of little businessmen Monday night his ideas for better relations between business and government The circumstances surrounding his speech before the American Retail Federation and the makeup of the association itself set busi nesmen and public officials to pre dicting that the message would be an important one on economic policy Two cabinet officers and at least three others who in various capa cities have been associated with recent administration efforts to stimulate business will speak dur ing the twoday meeting Secretary Hopkins scheduled on Monday afternoons program tried to set the business drive going with a speech last winter at Des Moines Iowa Illness caught up with him soon afterward and he had to forget the condition of business to recover a measure of personal health He has re turned to work onlyrecently The Weather FORECAST IOWA Probably scattered showersor thunderstorms Mon day night and Tuesday slightly warmer in northeast portion Monday night cooler Tuesday in extreme northwest MINNESOTA Unsettled Mon day night and Tuesday showers probable cooler in northwest portion Monday night and in south portion Tuesday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statis tics Maximum Sunday S3 Minimum Sunday night W At 8 a m Monday 67 YEAR AGO Maximum 68 Minimum 42 The figures forSunday Maximum Saturday 83 Minimum Saturday night 50 LAST YEAR Maximum 59 Minimum 50 17 DIE IPf STORM BELGRADE rain and hail storms throughcat great areas of caused 17 deaths made home less and caused severe damage to crops Hailstones two pounds each were reported In some farming areas VOTERS DECIDE BOND PROPOSAL Issue Would BeUsed to Complete Equip 2 Junior Highs Mason Citys voters went to the polls Monday to decide on the pro to issue not more than 000 worth of bondsto finance the completion and equipment of two new junior high schools At 2 oclock in the afternoon a total of 231 ballotsi had been cast in the special election The vote by wards was First ward school administra tion building 45 Second ward courthouse 73 Third ward Lapiner garage 75 Fourth ward Central Auto Electric company 38 Total Grants fromthe PWA are ex pected to decrease the amount of bonds considerably Applications f grants already have been sent to the PWA re gional office at Omaha for ap proval They apply to both the equipmentitem and also the needed to complete the Roosevelt and Monroe projects properly Pollsopened at 7 am andw remain i open until 7 oclock in the evening FINED FOE GAMBLING DUBUQUE men and woman were fined each here on charges of operating gambling T h e y are F H5Codper and Harry Dubuque tavern proprietors and Louise Haas store operator drug URGE B TO USE PROPOSED LAW Price Regulatory Bill to Be Presented Before Legislature A plea to barbers to organize in preparation for the price regu latory bill to be presented before the 1941 legislature was issued by T C MacDiiffee state secretary of the Master Barbers to approxi mately 350 delegates attending the joint master and journeymen bar bers conventionin Mason City Monday Pointing out that four states have price regulatorylaws the state secretary told barbers in the second day session at the Hotel Hanfordithat the bill will elimin ate the chiseler He explained that Iowa was the firststate to pass such alaw but the supreme court overruled it Power in Board Outlining toe highlights of the 1941 billMr MacDulfee explained that the board of barbers would be empowered to hold hearings and set up a price regulatory schedule to apply within stipulated politi cal boundaries The boardalso will hold hearings only where proof has been given that barbers in the area affected are 75 per cent or ganized he added The state secretary stated that he was against a statewide regula tory price law because of the dif ference in opinions and the econ omic status in various communi ties A drive against the price changes made by barber schools was pointed out by Mr MacDuf fee He stated that the exitrate barber shop angle can be elim inated through new curriculum set up by boards of examiners who can exercise tighter control over school policies f Tells Price Difference Mr MacDuffee pointed out that average price charged by schools is 35 cents as compared to the SO cent price charged by a majority of union shops throughout the state In relating the history the attempt to eliminate the schools price cutting the secretary told how during the past year the as sociation won an injunction in a Polk county district court to stop a Des Moines school but the su preme court overruled it He also told how the schools started a bill in the legislature to legalize their charging for service but dropped it upon the supreme courts deci sion Activities of the barber division was reviewed by W B Wilson director of the barber division in a talk during the Monday after noon session Barber Field Cwt The director stressed the point that the department has done much to eliminate overcrowded ness in barbering field by making the requirements strong er thus decreasing the number of entrants in the schools He pointed out that in 1927 when the bill was passed there were 14 schools in the state and at the present time only four schools are operating Applications for barber exam inations totaled 96 in 1938 and applications for apprentice li censes numbered 81 of which 72 passed the director said He also stated that then were 101 active apprentice in Iowa at the present time and 5844 JionMd barbers of which 1025 are hot active IJltlttttmri During the12 yean of the ber law he asserted per sonshavetaken examinations and received Ucenses Twentyseven barbers rested in J938 for violation of sanitary laws Mr Wilson ex plained and MM   

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