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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 5, 1939, Mason City, Iowa                             HIST ART flF COM oes woiN s NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL XLV rEB PRESS AND UNITED PRESS FULL LEASED WIRES WVE CENTS A COPy MASON CITY THE BRIGHT SPOT MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 5 1939 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 204 Businessmen Meet F R Shake Heads This is a new era Political callers at the white house are accustomed lo announc ing Mr Roosevelt did not say he would not run for a third term Mr Hop kins announced similarly thai the president did not dis agree much with those 8 b i g business men who were his dinner guests Similarly it be disclosed that authorities in politics and eco nomics here seem not lo be able to develop anything about noth ing The big businessmen shook their heads negatively when they came out They did not speak but permitted the Hopkins an nounced version of the gathering to stand If they had spoken they would merely have sub mitted a string of noes No they did not think Mr Roosevelt would stand for amending the Wagner act altering the fiscal policy revising taxes any more than he has agreed to No deep Paul JUSTICES RULE AGAINST HAGUE appeasement Only a surface CIOS RIGHT TO GATHERUPHELD BY HIGH COURT Divide 5 to 4 on Milk industry Stabilization by Fixing of Prices WASHINGTON su preme court ruled Monday that Mayor Frank Hague of Jersey City had violated the constitution al right of free assemblage in in terfering with C I O meetings The tribunal held unconstitu ional a Jersey City ordinance uthorizJng the director of public afety to prohibit public meet ngs in streets or paries for the lUrpose of preventing riots dis urbances or disorderly assem lage Milk Sterilization Upheld It was the second major deci lion of the day The justices hud divided five to four to hold con stitutional the Roosevelt adminis rations attempt to stabilize the nilk industry by fixing minimum prices and equalizing the amount jaid producers The Hague decision was five to two with Justices McReynolds dissenting Justices Roberts and Black de ivered one opinion Justices Stone and Reed another and Chief Justices Hughes delivering a concurring opinion Back Previous Huling Hoberts said in his opinion thai members of the C 1 O are free to hold meetings without a per mit and without regard to tlie terms of the void ordinance The tribunal upheld in gen eral a ruling by the federal cir cuit court at Philadelphia enjoin ing Hague and his police from prohibiting C I O meetings anc the circuit courts finding tha the Jersey City ordinance was un constitutional The Hague litigation had its in ception late in 1937 when a CIO organizer prepared to begin a membership drive hi Jersey City CIO sympathizers were barred or removed from the city Hague contended this action was neces sary to preserve order and tc pre vent riots and strife CIO Obtained Injunction Joined by the American Civil Liberties Union the CIO obtained an injunction on Nov 7 1938 from Judge William Clark of the federal district court tor New Jersey Clark since elevated to the cir cuit court held that the CIO should be permitted to hold ings as long as other groups were Torpedo Tube Caused Flooding of British Sub Boiler Kid Hears Mass at Grotto aft dicate as they opinion to hold appearance of rapproachment be tween business and the adminis tration Nothing realistic except per haps some administrative changes in the national labor relations board such as permitting employ ers to petition for an election to be worked out by Mr Hopkins The businessmen had no doubts about Mr Hopkins earnest sin cerity but they otherwise felt like wanderers in nevernever land Just Feel Nothing The enthusiasm of the meeting may be noted negatively by the number of business advisory councilors who did not attend and were not At their an nual meeting next day the secre tary counted only 31 present out oi the 51 business advisers on the council Not that the businessmen are reluctant to go halfway in the cur rent policy of appeasement They just seem to have slipped 01 were pushed into the double negative mood with everyone else here The council worked up an appeasement program secretly eluding reports on memos on taxes the Wagner act and socia security But General Wood OL SearsRoebuck indicated the im possibility of getting the report any further than a pigeonhole when he resigned and went home They do not seem to be angry ot bitter They have neither emotion nor hope They just appropriately As they see it the administra tion is embarked on some gooc corrections of its own but will go no further They have an idea these corrections are inspired by political necessity rather than en thusiasm for business They have only kind words for Hopkins onlj horizontal headshakes otherwise Two negatives may make an affirmative elsewhere Here thej only make nothing 3 FarleysBig Negative Most colossal negative dropped upon the political situation lately held in trust for the use of tholducci the came from General Farley at Roj public and time out of mind have I milk In his iron limn trailer at right Fred B Suite Jr of Chicago the selfstyled Boiler Kid who has seen much of the worla from his artificial respirator joined other invalids in celebrating mass at the sacred grotto at Lourdes France Snilcs pilsrimase to the shrine was one of the most unusual in history This picture was flown to the United States by transAtlantic Clipper cision susta progra industry Is 5 to 4 Decision The opinion held that the power of congress to enuct the 1037 ag ricultural marketing act depended upon the peculiar use and nature of milk Justices Black and Douglas con curred in the opinion explaining however that they did not believe the court was called upon to in i sustaining the governments I am for stabilizing the milk ty lOWailS DlC itry in the New York area j VV clilc in Weekend Auto Crashes interpreted the that there is allowed to do so Hague appealed to the circuit court which made the injunction against Jersey City officials even broader It held there was no right lo deny a permit for a meeting be cause disorder was feared Hague Cited Boston Case Hague contended the Jersey City ordinance was valid under a su preme court decision 40 years ago sustaining a Boston ordinance re quiring a permit as a prerequisite to the right to speak on Boston Common Wherever the title of streets such a constitutional limitation on the power of congress to regulate interstate commerce In was a five to four decision with Chief Justice Hughes and Justices MeReynolds Butler and Roberts dissenting Delivers Similar Provision The Reed opinion reversed a ruling by the northern New York federal district court holding un constitutional the milk provisions of the 1937 agricultural marketing act and an order issued by Secre tary of Agriculture Wallace regu lating the interstate sale of milk in the New York City areu A sfmilar decision was delivered by Reed in a case involving the Boston milk area In the Boston case Justices Mc Reynolds Butler and Roberts noted dissents Justice Reeds opinion in the New York case asserted that the power enjoyed by the states to regulate the prices for handling and selling commodities within their internal commerce rests wit Ihe congress in the commerce be tween the states and parks may rest Roberts said Referring to an equalisation they have immemorially been i poo plan intended lo give pro hnln in tiiici fm f their Chester N y He was quoted as j been used for purposes of saying he had not told Mr Roose velt anything about the political situation in the west Local politicos who have been wandering around in a nugatory world for some time interpreted this to mean the general is put out at the news from JMr Roose velts press conference that the president thought Farleys report very pleasant No one saw Far ley at Hyde Park after his west ern trip particularly not the newsmen who understood special precautions were taken that they should not see him think but the whole inner circle is saying conclusively that Mr Farley told Mr Roosevelt he could be renominatcd and re elected if he wished Todays the outstanding tax sembly communicating thoughts between citizens and discussing public questions Such use the streets and public places has from ancient times been a part of the priv ileges immunities rights and lib erties of citizens Privilege of Citizen The privilege of a citizen of the United States to UFO the streets and parks for communication of views on national questions may be regulated in the interest of all it is not absolute but relative I and must be exercised in subor dination to the general comfort and convenience and in conson ance with peace and good order but it must not in the guise of regulation be abridged or denied Robert said the Jersey City ov same price for regardless of ils use Heed Would Minimize Results The pool is only a device rea sonably adapted to allow regula tion of the interstate market upon terms which minimize the results of the restrictions It is ancillary to the price regu lation designed as is the price DESMO1NES high7 wuy accidents claimed one vic tim every five hours Saturday and Sunday Nine persons were killed boost ing to 182 the total highway ac cident fatalities so far this year as compared with 170 for the cor responding period a year ago A total of 13 died during the week Six Persons Drowned At least six persons drowned in the state last week A fishing trip ended in the deaths of three persons at Onawa The victims were James Gingles 55 auto repair shop operator Onawa Emery Gingles 16 James son Stanley Folsom 14 of Arkan sas who was visiting at Onawa The Gingles and Folsom were returning from a fishing trip rtlicn their auto and one high way patrolmen said was driven by Fred Miller 32 Onawa farm er collided Dies in Collision Sam Enfield 42 year old Max well farmer was fatally injured in a headon collision 10 miles north of Des Moines on highway 65 while returning home from a weekend visit with his broth er Roy Enfieldj of Des Moines Dr A E Shaw Polk county cor oner said the highway was clear of other cars when Enfields northbound car and a pickup truck driven south by C V Cross Lo gan collided on the road Coroner Shaw said neither Cross nor Fred Millard of Des Moines who was riding Cross was able to explain the accident Ralph Preston 1 year old son of Mr and Mrs Lowell Preston of Corning was killed in a col lision a mile northeast of Corning Motorcycle Misses Turn Two Muscatine youths lost their lives and a third was injured when their motorcycle missed a TITONKA BOY SHOT IN LEG Town Marshal Fives WheifHe Catches Boy in Act of BreakIn boys of the Winters family residing on i farm north of Titonka were being held at Algona Monday following the attempted breakin of Jerrys pool hall Sunday evening One of the ooys was shot in the leg by W H Spoit town mar shalof Titonka when the boy ran from the building The other was caught waiting in a car near the pool hall The pool hail had been com pletely ransacked and the boys had two cartons of cigarets five packet combs a flashlight and 15 candy bars in the car when they were caught Marshall Spott said he fired after calling three times to the boy to stop He first saw the boy in the store when he flashed a light on the window about oclock Sunday night The boys had been loitering around the building earlier in the evening The injured boy is at a hospital in Algona the shot having caused a flesh wound in one leg near the hip The other boy is being held inthe Kossuth county jail Snite Leaves Lourdes Shrine for Bordeaux LOURDES Fiance Snite Jr of Chicago who visited the Lourdes shrine in the lung in which he lives because of an attack of paralysis left Mon day for Bordeaux on his way to Paris HALL IS NAMED TO HEAD IOWA WELFARE WORK Chosen Administrator of a Year Program for State DES MOINES Iowa social welfare hoard Monday ap pointed Virgil W Hall of Sioux City as administrator to coordi nate the various phases of the 817000000 a year state welfare program Hall who came to Des Moines Feb 1 to become administrator of the Iowa emergency relief ad ministration will work out a plan lo dovetail the old age pension blind pension relief and child welfare programs into an inte grated whole welfare chairman King R Palmer said Is Reorganization Move We are out to get more wel fare per dollar from our appro priations he commented The administrators salary will be 200 a year the same pay he drew in his 1ERA capacity The appointment Palmer con tinued is another step in o new series of reorganization moves in volving the state welfare setup He pointed out that Halls selection merely is an internal shift with in the organization und does not add a new employe to the payroll Hall formerly Woodbury county relief administrator has contin ued in charge of the Iowa relief programsince the welfare board absorbed that agency uncler a re organization measure passed by the last legislature Is Above Allen His new position places him above state old age superinten dent Byron G Allen in the welfare administration Beginning July I the state will have more than 514000000 to dis tribute each year in old age pen sion funds half of which will come from the federal govern ment The last legislature boosted the state pension appropriation from to 37000000 an nually The S2000000 annual relief ap propriation plus blind pension and child welfare expenditures wil Royal Visit to Canada Is Successful By WEBB MILLER ABOARD THE ROYAL TRAIN ONTARIO ENROUTE visit of George Sixth and Queen Elizabeth to Canada succeeded in its objectives far beyond the fond est hopes of the king the British and Canadian governments and their advisers A source In daily contact with the king told me that the king himself is constantly astonished and delighted by the outbursts of obviously unfeigned loyalty to the crown by millions and the en thusiasm for the royal couple Attain Main Objectives The principal objectives of tlie 16064 mile journey the longest and most arduous ever undertaken by a reigning monarch have all been attained and surpassed Foremost I think among the positive results of the royal swing twice across the dominion are Firstly firm reintegration of Canada with the British common wealth of nations Secondly the commencement of phase of a more dynamic con eption of the role of the consti itional monarchy in empire and omestic affairs Prestige Is High Thirdly a sudden enonnous ar umentation of the personal pres ge and popularity of the king anc ueen throughout the empire anc D as s e prce m provision to foster protect and turn and plunged down a 12 foot encourage interstate commerce by smoothing out the difficulties of the surplus and cutthroat com petition which burdened this marketing Reed faid that in a recent de cision we made it clear that volume of commodity movement might be controlled or discour aged1 hrH nf n al so Paks standard of official head of the justice department s uiiuii tax division to the rich l acnon i Physician Attending 1 r tU I HUI v T I doc iJ safety the opinion continued to Heait AttaCK Victim Attorney General Murphy in matters of policy and personnel His inside power has apparently been enhanced by his judicial ap pointment Vice President Gar ner is not eating much his doctor prescribed a neuralgia diet ICoorrijtht Slur Features Inc assemblage es or disorderly SALESMAN IS SENTENCED OTTUMUA Cant Be Substitute It can thus as the record dis closes be made the instrument of arbitrary suppression of free ex pression of views on national af fairs for the prohibition of all speaking will undoubtedly pre j vent such eventualities i But uncontrolled official APPLETON Wis Life and death crossed paths late Sat urday in the delivery room of St Elizabeths hospital Dr C E Ryan 69 suffered a heart attack just as a baby was being born and died before any thing could be done for him Others stepped in to complete his duties and mother and child were reported doing well Dr Ryan was born at Dubuque embankment 10 miles east of there The dead were Frank Thompson 18 and Lamoyne Gun narson 26 Raymond Funlman 20 was injured but was expected to recover Sheriff F B Nesper of Muscatine county said a fog prevailed at the time and may have prevented them from seeing the turn John Morgan 33 Malvern was kilted when he was thrown from the hack part of a pickup truck in which he and Raymond Briggs of Red Oak were riding The car hit a dip in the pavement which threw it against the curb throw ing Morgan to the street Mrs Anna Young of St Marys was killed when a car in which she was riding and a truck col lided near there Roland Swan son 21 of Kellcy was driving the truck on a milk route patrolmen STARTS FOE EUROPE HOLLYWOOD UR Sonja Henie left by plane on a two months vacation trip to Europe boost tlie total to nearly 517000 000 a year welfare officials said Is for Efficiency The federal social security board last fall recommended the Iowa welfare unit appoint a di rector or commissioner selectee on the basis of his training one successful experience in the fielc of public welfare Palmer said the appointment o Hall in supervisory authority wa not necessarily made to conform with federal recommendations bu in the interest of efficiency The Weather FORECAST IOWA Fair and warmer Monday night Tuesday increas ing cloudiness scattered show ers and not so warm in north west portion MINNESOTA Increasing cloudiness local showers in north portion Monday night or Tuesday and in south portion Tuesday except in extreme southeast cooler in northwest and warmer in extreme south portions Monday night cooler Tuesday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statis tics Maximum Sunday 7 Minimum Sunday night 50 At 8 a m Monday 71 YEAR AGO Maximum 69 Minimum 47 The figures for Sunday GlobeGazette weather figures Maximum Saturday Minimum Saturday night At 8 a m Sunday Maximum Sunday YEAR AGO Mavimum Minimum Rain AWAIT F D R 40 INTENTIONS Garner Will Seek Nomination Regardless of Others in Race WASHINGTON In th of word that Vice Presiden Garner would seek the democrat presidential nomination in 1040 new dealers Monday took the at titude Wait and see what th president does While the chief executive supporters professed to have n information as to whether h would seek a third term they ar gued that until he discloses hi intentions it is futile to talk abou other candidates I agree with Postmaster Gen cril Farley commented Scnato Schwellenbach D tha it is foolish to discuss the name of other candidates until th president has made known hi personal intentions Friends of Gainer disclose Saturday that he had decided 1 let his name go before the con vention next year even if th president should seek renomina tion A Garnerfarpresident organ nation already is operating man oged by E B Germany Texa democratic chairman and Mr Clare Driscoll Texas nations The organiza tion has Garners bleeping it was i 13 reported reliably and is preparing i to extend its activities throughout i 110 inch 1 ihe country 2 49 65 8 n England as well Fourthly a really remarkable ncrease in the personal self con idence of the king who has hith rto been somewhat shy in pubhi ontacts Fifthly an emphatic revelation of the unity of the British empire vhicliunder the statute of West ENGLISH CHIEF LEDGES FULL UBLIC INQUIRY Chamberlain Reports Forward Torpedo Tube Flooded 2 Sections LONDON minister Chamberlain told the house commons Monday a full public in quiry would be held into the sub marine Thetis disaster in which 99 men perished The prime minister in what he called a full account of the dis aster asfar as details were known declared two forward compart ments in the submarine were flooded through the forward tor pedo tube Chamberlain disclosed that after the submarine was located she was lost for nearly four hours presumably on Friday when her marking liuoy was cut away by the slipping of a wire placed around the hulk in rescue efforts The wire he siid slipped the wrong way after being placed around the Thetis at p in cutting away the indicator buoy The submarine was relocated at approximately 11 p in In describing the flooding Chamberlain said it was found im possible to close the watertight door behind the first compartment but flooding was restricted to the second compartment Continued tu Dive The main ballast tank was emp tied but submarine continued i i V Livu uul UIK buumtumu continued hnked judicial to dive and struck bottom ih about 130 feet of water in Liver pool bay he said This impact destroyed the sig nalling apparatus making it im y only by the common allegiance o the crown This may well have Us impact in future upon the European situation by giving the otaUtarian rulers something to hink about Sixthly a long step toward democratization and humani zation of the throne Queen Is Popular Seventhly dramatization of democratic constitutional monar chy a form of public appeal in which the totalitarian ntherto excelled Eightly but not lastly possible for the submarine to surface ves powers fhc real personal hit made by the queen whose violet eyed fresh colored beauty and serene chyrm lave endeared her to millions in Canada IOWAN AMONG DIVERS FORT DODGE former Fort Dodge resident John Thomp son is one of the divers on duty with the salvage crews attempt ng to raise the sunken submarine Squalus off Portsmouth N H LOOK INSIDE FOR SENATOR E R BURKE Declares U S Must Not Lose Profit Motive PAGE 2 Picnic Celebration at Kiester June 14 PAGE 3 Goodell Leads North Central Loop PAGE 9 Russian View Strongly Worded Byers States EDITORIAL PAGE communicate with sels A marker buoy was released Chamberlain said and smoke floats sent up but they were not observed by tlie escorting which was with Thetis when she made her tragic dive at p m a m CST Thursday To facilitate the escape of per sonnel the prime minister said all measures were taken by ihe crew to lighten the submarine and the stern thus came to the sur face by daylight Friday Chamberlain said the person nel of the inquiry board was un der consideration but he could not say when the investigation would open Tide Hindered Efforts After describing the finding of he submarine and the rescue ef forts briefly Chamberlain said hat in view of the magnitude of the disaster it was proposed that a full public inquiry be held Naval inquiries usually arc pri lltC Chamberlain related that a strong tide made diving operations difficult and efforts to raise ihe protruding stern higher were un succefslul To attempt lo cut a hole in thr stern in her position then would have incurred severe risk of flooding which would have been unjustified lie said Before Chamberlain made his statement R S Johnson manag ing director of Cammell Laird Ltd builders of the Thetis had announced the original cause of trouble in the sunken craft was water in the forward torpedo tube But no one could say as yet he added whether this resulted from damage to the tube or whether there was failure to shut the for ward door Chamberlain continuing his statement said the stern was sub merged with high tide Later n wire was placed around the vessel but it slipped cutting away the marker buoy Expresses Sorrow After a diver had repoilco he heard what he believed were tap from inside the Thetis early Saturday morning the prime minister said plans were made to attempt to pump air into the sub marine But these were abandoned since it was found the operation could not be undertaken in time to savu the lives of the entombed men Chamberlain on behalf of the government and the house o com mons expressed profound sor row at the loss of so many valu able iivcs and deep sympathy with the relatives He said he presence of addi tional personnel the submarine carried almost double tY num ber of her normal complement in no way contributed o Ihe sinking of he Thetis It was evident he asserted irwt   

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