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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 21, 1939, Mason City, Iowa                             4 NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HAflLON R 1ST MEM ART Of JOVV4 COUP DCS It U THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH JOWANS NEIGHBORS 11 G O P Eagerly Takes Embargo Responsibility WASHINGTON Somebodys wrong Mr Roosevelt jockeyed the republicans around upon the white house carpet to make them take a responsibility that was not en tirely theirs for defeat of his proposal to sup port Britain and France with a promise of arms As the fully recorded press accounts showed he found the re publicans eage to accept th gage It was on Paul Malion of those rar instances in demoeracy when both sides wer so sure of national support the were willing to agree in advanc to face the country on a clear cu issue The reason the republican are so sure was set forth by on who attended the conference i something like the following chat ty simple language We will make him run an rude on this issue if he ever dare it to the country Everyone can now see it boils down to a simple Hoosevelts proposal to repeal th arms embargo He wants it re pealed admittedly because h wants to ship arms to Britain an France in event of a Europea war Even he himself says he want in advance the power to ship s as to bolster the FrancoBritis diplomatic position against Ger many and Italy That means intervention an intervention means war It woul give Britain and France in ad vance the power to draw us int if they decide to have on fop their own purposes This country does not wan war will not pledge itself in ad Vance to war MASON CITY TTirY 91 MAWN CITY THI BRIGHT XWYVA JPKIUAY JULY 21f 1939 ras PAPEB CONSISTS OF TWO ONE FR SAYS DELAY INJU RED BOOM DDITIOII Aliirrn j are overwhelmingly today in layb of a stand for neutrality Mr Roosevelt has been misled fa some sentiment in the east Can Blame Senators Inner technical aspects of th presidents cocksureness on thi other side were outlined in a les chatty way but with equal fore by an official capable of knowing them He says in effect The president is in a periec political position Everv timi something happens in Europt from now on he can blame it on the not the republicans His hand in international affairs has been weakened by the sen ates action He has placed the re sponsibility where it lies If our information as to wha is coming in Europe is correct each coming crisis will show the i people here the mistake that is being made by the senate in not supporting the democracies to the utmost The president may have made some mistakes in his not in politics He knows what he is doing In case coming events fail to justify his position he can just let the issue rest How can he lose this maneuvering has pushed the willing republicans up front in the neutrality dispute they actually have only 23 votes in the senate which is less than onefourth of the total A major share of the credit for Mr Roose velts defeat must therefore go to his own democrats in the back ground They number 69 and he could have won if he could have gotten 49 of them to support him 0 Defeat With Grace Some who attended the presi dents powwow on neutrality thought he took his defeat with ex ceptional grace State Secretary Hull slumped down in a chair at the end as if dejected but not FDR He started talking about other pleasant things and had everyone in a good humor before his guests left It is not very much a secret inside that Chairman McNinch of the communications commission does not intend to return to his job from his vacation His health has barred him from much activ ity since last April 29 But now the administration is actively look ing for a successor The job is known to have been offered to Gov Phil LaFoIlette who turned it down Senator Byrnes is pushing his friend J Monroe Johnson assistant com merce secretary Also considered is Theodore Granick general counsel of the U E housing ad ministration Friends of Commis sioner Craven ars supporting him but ar outside appointment is considered likely The president wants to bring fresh blood into the commission Copyrljil FMlnrcj Inc BRITISH CHIEFS PROPOSING NEW PLAN OF PEACE Positive Suggestion Reported Important in Seeking Solution BY UNITED PRESS Peace plans were heard in Eu rope Friday Conciliatory words came from high sources in both London and Berlin as only a day after a Po lish customs guard was slain on the Danzig frontier nazi spokes men declared that Germany ex pects a peaceful solution of the free city problem without resort to force and probably within a few months We reject a warlike solution of tne Danzig problem 100 per cent the spokesman said in echoing Polish indications that the Dan zig shooting was a closed matter British Advance Flair Reliable sources in London dis closed that a small group of in fluential British leaders were ad vancing a new positive peace plan even more important than what Berlin describes as the Hit ter plan for solving the Danzifi issue This plan was de scribed in British sources as hav mg nothing to do with appease ment programs of the past and ir fact was designed for open dis cussion only after all danger new totalitarian war threat thi summer has been eliminated Kidtuplets Born on Farm Near Popejoy one is of fan color Kayenay engraving a jack rabbit The sufficient nourishment far of milk daily The mother goat I the Britishled security front Hadoon Is Interested powerful arrhs serve peace arid prevent aggres siori during the socalled crisi months of August and September then if they are successful they would sound out Germany on plan to aid the reich in transform ing industry from a war basis tc a peace basis by aiding in rais mg a big loan to Adolf Hitler in return for reduction of nazi ar maments The fact that R S Hudson secretary for overseas trade wa reported to be interested in thi plan appeared to eliminate the possibility of a suddn resurgence ol appeasement psychology be cause of the firmness he has shown in the past toward the nazis Depends on Germany How far such a plan would progress by the end of the sum mer depends upon the attitude of Germany and the success of the security front in stalling off a new war threat At the moment the conciliatory attitude of the reich toward the sur lace at to offer some hope of progress later An ndi cation of the trend may come next week when Hitler is ex pected to meet again with the JJanzig nazi leaders at Berchtes aden A desire to concentrate more peacetime progress than on w reparations also was hinted where Premier Benito Mussolini announced that his plan for breaking up the great estates of Sicily and creating 20000 small arms within 10 years now would be put into effect at a cost of ome 100000000 The premiei aid he expected the population of Sicily to double and its produc iveness to be vastly increased There were indications too of progress toward an agreement be Wetn fapa and Great Britain n the far east after it had been eported that the United States vas cool towards a British infor mal inquiry as to whether Wash ngton wanted to participate he negotiations in Aforld Assembly for Moral Rearmament Opens in California DEL MONTE Cal econd world assembly formoral ezrmament opens here Friday with more than 1000 men nd women from the United States altendng Sessions be held simultaneously at Del lonte Carmel Asilomar and lonterey until July 21 Objectives of the meeting are peace in the individual in and in the world chieved through a moral rearma nent that can jn the race with me remake men and nations More than 4000 persons at nded a preliminary meeting of group in San Francisco Thurs ay night i ANN CASEY DOWNON7TH Estabrooks in Lead in Other Match in Semifinal Play CEDAR Ann Casey of Mason City was one down tc Ruth Smith Ottumwas Iowa at the sgventh hole o I their I semifinal match in the staU twpup ohKathieenCarey of Ce oar Rapidsat the seventh hole The matches were not begun until early afternoon Walters Wins 16th as Reds Beat Dodgers SPORTS BULLETIN NEW YORK Walters won his IGfh game of the year as he pitched the Cin cinnati Reds to a 41 victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers in the first game of a doublehead er Friday Iowa Girl Crushed Under Tractor Wheels SHENANDOAH her dress caught in a lug of a tractor wheel Beverly Jean Beck 6 was pulled under the heavy machine late Thursday while riding with her stepfather Boyd Brayman and fatally hurt LOOK INSIDE FOR Governor to Present Tall Corn Check 3 State Winners of IDPA Contest to Be Feted at Marshalltown DBS MOINES appropriate climax to the Globe Gazettes and Iowa Daily Pres Jfsocjations statewide TALL CORN contest wjll be reached a Winning if arrn j checfcof Governor Wilson who raised on an Iowa farm himsel and who is qualified as bein wellinformed on Iowas mos prolific crop will also presen checks of and to the re spective winners of second and third places The prize money is being awarded by the Iowa Daily Press association Will Fete Winners The three winners will be hon ored at a dinner jointly sponsored by the Iowa Daily press associ tion and the Greater Marsballtou committee Governor Wilson wil make the award presentations after briefly addressing the audi ence of businessmen and farmers The TALL CORN contest is be ing conducted through elimina tions sponsored by the Globe azette and other leading Iowa afternoon daily newspapers The contest will take Jace on Aug 18 Local prizes of and S3 will be awarded Associatfons Guests Measurements of the winning corn stalks will be forwarded to owa Daily Press association headquarters in Des Moines for comparison with those from other portions of the state The three winners will then be notified and vi H be the associations at Marshalltpwn Aug 23 guests The contest is open to any farm er m Iowa There is no entry fee but no more than ONE stalk of orn can be entered in the con Make your plans now to enter he tallest stalk of corn in your leld It may be worth to you See the TALL CORN EDITOR of the GlobeGazette Jor contest rules recently appointed head the psychology department at he University of Iowa was named o deliver the principal address at he summer convocation at the chool Aug THE REV GEROULD GOLDNER Freedom for Pastor Held by Arabs Sought PAGE 2 Northwood to Vote on Franchises Aug 16 PAGE 3 Tony Galento Out to Win Jungle Ring Mix PAGE 9 The Weather FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Fridiy night and Satnrday cooler Sat urday and In extreme west nor Ar5iia nlRht fair MINNESOTA Generally fair Fnday night and Saturday ex cept tfmndershowers in extreme east portion Friday afternoon or early Friday night cooler in Tvest and southcentral portions Fnday night and In southeast portion Saturday Sunday gen erally fair IN MASON CITY weather statis GlobeGazette tics Maximum Thursday minimum Thursday nlcht At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Sfinimum Rain 84 58 70 83 59 04 TRIM SUM FROM LENDING PLANS Senate Banking Group Cuts and Adds WASHINGTON sen ate banking committee trimmed 5400000000 from President Hoose velts lending pro gram Friday and then added 000000 for reclamation inthe west projects ofmiriority commit teevmembers told publicans still were not satis fied and would seek further cur tailment of the measure From Toll Roads The committee agreed to cuv from to a proposed authorization for tol roads and from to the total which the Reconstruction Finance corpora tion could expend for railroad equipment to be leased to the car iers While the senate committee was busy with details of the legisla tion Jesse Jones new federal loan administrator told the house banking committee that any in ference drawn from previous tes timony by him that the lending legislation wns unnecessary was of course ridiculous Would Amend RFC Jones was reported to have told the senate committee that the Re construction Finance corporation could finance the program for two years with its present borrowing authority but that some amend ments to existing law would be lecessary to carry out sucli lend ng proposals as construction of toll roads and leasing of equip ment to railroads Friday he told the house com mittee that the still available to the HFC for loans of all types cant and wont take care of the proposed new program He said the RFC did not have ade quate authority to make the types of loans contemplated orrigan Fails to Register Right Way When on Honeymoon PENSACOLA Fla mooning Douglas Corrigan who lew the wrong way is still at it When he registered at a hotel lere Thursday night he forgot to 1st his bride the former Eliza beth Marvin of San Antonio Texas A clerk put him right got Mr and on the register Ive signed up only once before vith of times with out her Corrigan explained The pilot and Mrs Corrigan lew m from New Orleans He ought permission to inspect the laval air station Friday 3river Stops Iowa U Ambulance Then Dies DUBUQUE Gra am about 55 years old driver of ne of the ambulances of the Iowa state university hospital at Iowa City died suddenly about Clock here Friday afternoon of heart attack suffered as he topped his ambulance in front of Dubuque home preparatory to icking up a patient for the hos ital He went into the home of the atient and died a few minutes ater JAPAN ORDERS SHIPS NORTH TO WATCH SOVIET Threat to Confiscate Japanese Oil Coal Properties Is Made TOKIO naval ministry source disclosed Friday that a section of the Japanese fleet was assembling in northern waters as a result of a soviet Russian threat to confiscate Japanese oil and rnai properties The size of the naval force its t destination were not stated The naval source declared Asked if Japan were likely to take armed action to prevent con fiscation he In my opin ion that is possible The situation is extremely grave Rejected Japanese Demand On Monday soviet Russia an nounced rejection of a Japanese demand in ultimatum form1 re garding the rights of Japanese oil and coal concessionaires in Sak halin island which is half Rus sian and half Japanese It is off tile Siberian coast The government waited word as to whether soviet authorities had carried out a threat to confiscate the property at a midnight Thurs day deadline Official circles expressed a fear of the repetition of the Niko KniaTSSacre ol 1920 wnen some 600 Japanese were slain Charge Claims Groundless The present dispute arises from a soviet court decision levyin two fines amounting to S190000 on Japanese companies The Japan charging that sovie groundless ViceAdmiral Masazo Sakonii president of the North Sakhalin Oil company said the fine was patently illegal State Yield Reduced Obviously he stated the Soviets never expected it would be paid thus permitting them to threaten confiscation It is part of a largescale program to force Japan to relinquish the conces sions This we will never do Sakonji charged soviet obstruc tionist tactics had reduced the an nual oil yield from 150000 barrels to less than 40000 He said the Soviets had reduced the quota of food supplies ma ry and replacements to one the normal amount as a re sult of which both oil and coal plants had been partly decom missioned with workmen facing starvation before the end of the Eight Flyers Are Killed in 3 Plane in England LONDON OT Eight flyers were killed Friday in three crashes m which four Royal Air orce planes were involved ng to 164 the total military avil tion fatalities since Jan 1 Three occupants were killed when an R A F plane crashed near Leckonfield Yorkshire Two planes collided in midair n Kent killing two occupants of one plane and the single flyer in he other plane dived Into the North sea drowning two men Hatch Bill Is Passed in House Vote Measure to Curb Political Activities of Officials Approved WASHINGTON Hatch bill to curb political activities of federal officials won house ap proval Thursday night after u long boisterous session in which a republicandemocratic coalition defeated stubborn attempts to modify its language The measure passed by a vote of 242 to 133 goes back to the senate for acceptance of minor amendments Senator Hatch D N its author predicted this would be forthcoming quick ly As AH G O F in Favor weary legislators left the capitol in a drizzling rain Hatch who had remained to hear all the acrimonious house debate told reporters The purpose of the bill is to prevent office holders going to political conventions as delegates It is not intended to limit the right of a person to express his political opinion but only to pre lowars Vote With Majority on Bill WASHINGTON nine representatives in the house voted with the majority when that branch of congress passed the Hatch pernicious political practices bill Thurs day night Seven are republi cans and two are democrats vent the average office holder not already covered by the civil serv ice from going out and managing or in my campaign or supportof VoBn againstt were 132 democrats anc the sole farmerlaborite F R Assailed Provision The house nullified a revision proposed by its judiciary com mittee after President Roosevelt had called the original senate bil had con the com poorly drawn Hatch tended however that mittee draft would emasculate the In rejecting the committees recommendation the house ac cepted by a lopsided vote a pro posal by Representative Dempsey D N Mex declaring that most persons in the executive branch of the government must not use thenofficial positions to influ ence an election and must not participate in political manage ment or political campaigns But the chamber agreed to these exemptions Members of congress he president and vice president leads and assistant heads of exec itive departments and presiden lal appointees who determine na lonwide policies and policies re atmg to foreign relations Would Forbid Solicitation The measure as finally passed ilso would forbid solicitation or receipt of money for political pur icses from persons paid from re lef appropriations Fines of 51000 and imprison ment for one year could be im posed for violations of the relief echon and the prohibitions against coercion and intimidation Rep Martin R the leader said the house action would provide a clean lection in 1940 Rep Dempsey aid it would clean up the per rucious political activities that lave aroused the people so much n recent months Mrs Kaufman Gets Tar Feather Threat for Plan Continues Preparations for Giving Up Estate to Father Divine NEWPORT R I daunted by a threat to tar and eather her if she persisted in plans to dispose of her Newport residence to Father a heaven for his Harlem angels Vlrs Angela Kaufman went ahead with preparations for the Arrival of the Negro preachers fol owers The threat she reported was eceived in an anonymous com munication written in pencil and icstmarked Newport It was signed by one who means business and stated that here were more than a thou and who stood ready to apply a nickel of tar and feathers if Mrs aufman did not change her mind The author also ordered her to eave the city Her answer to the of several she said PUTS BLAME ON SENATE IN NOT REVISING LAWS States Businessmen Will Hesitate Because Neutrality Is Uncertain HYDE PARK UR President Roosevelt said Friday that refusal of the senate to act at this session on neutrality has killed off a nice little business boom and will have an adverse economic effect until next January Mr Roosevelt speaking at a press conference again empha sized that full responsibility for refusal to revise the neutrality law must be accepted by the sen ate The senate he said is gam bling against the possibility of war this year and the result of its re fusal to actwill have an adverse economic effect Tells of Conversation The president described a con versation he had with a promin ent businessman this week The businessman he said discussed the effect the senate postponement may have on business and they concluded that the postponement probably cut short a nice boom With the international situation and its effects on this country highly uncertain the president said businessmen will hesitate to make commitments because they can have noidea of what form a neutrality bill will take congress acts on the issue when it meets again next January Accepting the fact that the sen ate will not act Mr Roosevelt said all he can do now is pray that there will not be another Seriouscrisis in Europe before again CjfeSK tarntiycot congress for a sion pointing out that other crises have come and gone without de veloping actual war Tells of Information But he said from every capital in Europe without exception this government has received evidence of preparations being made for an eventuality that those capitals believe to be fairly close The preparations he said appear to be moving at a fast rate The presi dent gave no indication that he plans to take the issue of neu trality to the country There cant be any immediate issue before the country he said because groups iri the senate have precluded any action until next Tanuary He noted that at his conference with democratic and republican senate leaders this week he was informed that 100 per cent of sen ate republicans and about one ihird of the senate democrats would support the movement to prevent a vote on neutrality Un Jer senate rules he said such a arge group could prevent action and those groups must accept full responsibility for their decision Reviews Conference Seated in his study at his Hyde Park estate Mr Roosevelt re viewed at some length the white louse conference The keystone of he neutrality program is repeal the provision for arms cm cargoes against belligerents and Mr Roosevelt confirmed news paper stories which quoted him as elling the conferees that he want ed the neutrality revision to give lim ammunition to fire another hot in the cause of world peace He said however that stories hat the conference was bitter vere made out of whole cloth There was only one disagreement during the conference he said and hat came when Senator William S Borah R veteran iso ationist intimated very clearly hat his information from Europe vas better than the information eceived by the United States gov ernment MRS ANGELA KAUFMAN 6 would not dcter her from carry and thatjing out the project Y Fair Institutes Bargain Rates to Spur Lagging Crowds V w ew York Worlds fair moved into the bargaitvrate column Friday with establishment of two npw admis lon price reductions designed to pur lagging attendance Effective Saturday the admis lon charge will be 40 cents after PJ reducet 75 cents This decision came in response to he clamor on the part of opera ors in the amusement zone for a owered admission charge All ex hibits except the amusement area lose at 10 p m The board also authorized a nationwide sale of 1000000 com pilation ickets with s face value of for O O   

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