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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 30, 1932, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home HOME EDITIO THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS XXXIX P1VK CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30 1932 NO 45 Roosevelt Has Tact Sympathetic Ability to Understand Is Called Savvy By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON Nov 30 CPA D Roosevelts grea gift is savvy I have figurec this out afte many many un s u c c e s af ul at tempts to hi upon the quality or qualities ti which he owe the fact that he unquestionably is a remarkable fig ure in the publl life of today Savvy is i pidgin Chinese term that has no exact equivalent in any officially recognized language Sometimes it is used tively aa Savvy meaning Do you understand but it has no the correct nuance in this form to express the idea I am trying to con vey as to the governor He Has Savvy Employed as it should be em ployed to fit the governors case savvy is a noun He has savvy Pacific coast folk know the word in its correct sense Pacific coast oldtimers do any way They used it regularly and comprehendingly in preearthquake days when pidgin still was much spoken west of the Sierra Nevadas The noun as accurately as it can be translated from the or iginal pidgin into academic English means understanding or perhaps sympathetic understanding comes a trifle closer to it It is not so much it that Gov ernor Roosevelt possesses Al Smith radiates more magnet ism Als worshipers probably would die for him sooner than an equal number of voters could be found to die for Governor Roosevelt Al Repels Others But if Al attracts some tempera ments he repels others The governors attraction is strong enough for practical pur poses and his repulsion is negligible he has savvy The folk he Turn to rage 2 Column Z CANCEL CAPITAL POLICE LEAVES District of Columbia Gets Ready for Handling of Demonstrators WASHINGTON Nov 30 All police leave was ordered can celled by the District of Columbia commissioners today effective Sun day in preparation for the handling of groups of demonstrators enroute to the capital Convinced that they must deal with the marching groups without voluntary federal assistance the commissioners were mapping their final plans The commissioners have announc ed they will neither feed nor house any demonstrating groups and have seriously considered plans to prevent large congregations of them or groups in parade forma tion After a conference with Major Ernest W Brown metropolitan po lice superintendent Kenneth Rom ncy sergeant at arms of the house said 100 city police would augment the capitol police force Monday for the opening of congress We do not expect any disorder Romney said but the police will be here to preserve order There will be no troops BRITISH SEND NEW NOTE TO U S Special Session Likely for Farm Relief Laws LITRE HOPE OF PERMANENT ACT IN SHORT TERM Price Fixing Mortgage Refinancing Seen as Possibilities WASHINGTON Nov 30 With fresh difficulties piling up en actment offarm relief measures a the short session of congress ma be limited to some emergency pro gram such as price fixing and pos sibly mortgage refinancing As conferences on agricultura aid continued and senate and hous committees prepared to study th question the conviction grew among Capitol Hill leaders todaj that any comprehensive program for either farm relief or fiscal re adjustments must await a specia session Obstacles Against Speed Presidentelect Roosevelt and his democratic chieftains seek to avoic this but considering the controver sial nature of the questions and th shortness of the congress which opens Monday there appeared to be many obstacles militating agains speedy enactment of permanen1 policies While house democrats remainec undecided on the form farm relief should take whether it should be based on the domestic allotmeni plan the equalization fee or export iebenture Senator Robinson of cansas the democratic leader was expected here today fresh from conferences with Roosevelt at Warm Springs Ga and primed for a drive for beer for revenue and ale o farmers at this session Consider Hoovers Attitude In this connection congressiona eaders carefully considered Presi dent Hoovers attitude with word circulating in some republican cir cles that vetoes await both the arm relief measures the democrats have in mind and beer proposals But farm leaders profess to be ieve that Roosevelt wants to meet he 1933 crop emergency and they re willing to accept temporary measures such as the price fixing lill that was proposed in the last ession Several leaders have asserted hey will propose an overhauling of he relief extended under the recon truction corporation and out of Ms may come some system of giv ng aid to delinquent farm mort agees AUNT MET By Robert Quillen Pa gives me all I ask for but I wish I had some money I could spend without htirt in my conscience STORES OPEN ON WEDNESDAY EVE Furniture DepartmentCloth ing Establishments Have Saturday Hours Department furniture and cloth ing stores will observe Saturday night closing hours on dollar day night Wednesday thus giving shop pers an added advantage during this shopping event Early indications were that stores were being visited by a large num ber of shoppers not only from Ma son City but from all sections of North Iowa Excellent weather conditions brot early arrivals from out of town It was evident that the appeal of the merchants thru lower prices was having its response Beggars Ball Thrown in Buttons Cause Whole Trouble WARSAW Poland Nov 30 Buttons threw the beggars ball an nual gala event into a tumult this year The King of Beggars accord ing to custom the drinks for the assembled company of mendicants Then the hat was passed around to defray expenses When the king looked into it hj found buttons instead of coins In a rage he called police who arrest ed many of the beggars Incidentally some of the deaf dumb blind and crippled seemed to have miraculously regained ihe use of their impaired organs They were whooping it up in jolly style until the buttons put a crimp in the festivities Roosevelts Attention on Farm Relief Senator Long on Hand To Talk About Postoffices By W B RAGSDALE WARM SPRINGS Ga Nov 30 renewed study of farm re lief and budget balancing and visits by Senator Huey Long of Louisiana and Bennett C Clark senatorelect from Missouri preceded talks b Franklin D Roosevelt today the men who will handle his farm relief program in the house Long and Clark arrived together from New Orleans and went to see the presidentelect before his morn ing swim and exercising in the pa tients pool Im here to talk about pgst offices Long told newspapermen before his visit with Mr Roosevelt Other callers on the list of the presidentelect were Representa tives Jones of Texas and Steagall of Alabama Legislation designed to deal with surplus control would come before the house agriculture committee which Jones heads and Steagall is chairman of the house banking committee NEW 4H HEALTH CHAMPIONS Body of Train Victim Believed to Be That of Minnesota Woman 3AN FRANCISCO Nov 30 2P Pacific offifcfali nere said today the body of a woman tentatively identified as Mrs Thomas P OMalley of Palo Alto l and Fergus Falls Minn had been found beside the railroad tracks near Dixon Cal early today a track fore in Mrs OMalley had been a pas senger on the Overland Limited coming from the to Palo Alto o join her husband Trainmen said she was aboard the limited at Dixon at a m and were un able to explain how she left it The ody was turned over to authorities at Dixon Dorothy Eller 16 of Hill City Minn and Ross Allen 20 of Salem W Va were chosen as the 1932 health champions at the national 4H club congress In Chicago Miss Eiler had a health rating of 986 jier cent perfect and Allen 994 Associated Press Jradshaw Elected as National Commander of Woodmen of World OMAHA Nov 30 Em mett E Bradshaw Omaha general attorney for the Woodmen of the Vorld Life Insurance association ince 1916 was chosen national ommander to succeed the late W A Fraper at a special session of he sovereign camp here today Srookhart Ready to Start to Washington CHICAGO Nov30 mith W Brookhart R of Iowa recovered today from an at ack of bronchial pneumonia at the ome of Mrs Cephise M Pope in uburban Hinsdale Brookhart said e would leave tomorrow for Wash ngton D C CONTINUE TRIP TO WASHINGTON 80 United Farmers League Representatives Leave Marshalltown MARSHALLTOWN Nov 30 representatives of the United Farmers League resumed their trip to Washington at a m today after spending the night in the Coliseum here The group which claimed to rep resent farm organizations in Neb raska Montana and the Dakotas planned to stop for dinner at Clar ence Iowa where a brother of one of the delegates promised to have free coffee and doughnuts The farmers hope to reach Washington for the national farm relief confer ence Dec 7 The police department here pro vided free sleeping quarters for the party but refused permission to so licit food or money Some of them purchased food at restaurants and one restaurant keeper donated 25 free meals Clinton was set tentatively as the stopping place tonight In the group which arrived after dark last night were Charles E Taylor of Plentywood Mont a pub Usher and state senator and Ole Sundby of Roseau N Dak and Al bert Aabe of Alamo N Dak legis lators in their respective state leg islatures Brain Keeps Living After Death British Scientist Maintains LIVERPOOL England Nov 30 human brain continues to live after death says Sir William Hardy of the research station Consciousness is the peculiar function of the brain he said but to two questions They when that has gone a lot remains It can for example respond to a narcotic and distinguish between a true narcotic such as chroform I and an ordinary protoplasmic poi1 son Obviously the catalytic systems are intact and remain intact for manv hours i INDIANA BOY OF 16 CORN PRINCE Prize Winners Exhibited by lowans in Judging of Breeding Stock CHICAGO Nov 30 Bernard Deford 16 of Converse Ind to day was named 1932 corn prince in the International Livestock exposi tion He showed samples of Reid yel low dent corn Charles Herman Watson of Macomb 111 was named reserve champion among the junior corn growers with samples of spe cial A yellow debt corn It was the ninth time since 1921 when the corn prince contest was started at the exposition that the championship was won by an In diana youth Illinois and Iowa each had the championship one year Show Winners The stock judging arena today wag taken over by breeding farm animals Elliott Brown of Rose Hill Iowa captured a first two seconds and two thirds with his entries in the Aberdeen Angus Breeders division His entry Edwina of Wheatiand won the championship for 3 year old cows Barbara of Rose Hill was sec ond in senior yearling heifers Re vianna third in junior yearlingheif ers Elisena 2Sth third in summer yearlingheifers and Eva of Rose Hii 5th second on senior heifer calves Sultan of Steers Texas Special 1200 pounds of steak dinners on the hoof is the new sultan of steers He defeated a representative of its own breed for the championship and in wad dling into the elevated stall thats cattle castle overthrew Aberdeen Angus dynasty With the selection of corn king and princes today the high points of the internationals program will be over After thai interest will focus on Solve Your Christmas Gift Problems by Reading the GIFT GUIDE on the Classified Page Shopptnqddtjs iiIKhrisrmdS Estimate on Hoof How much will the champion steer bring at the auction And what will be the results of the car oas judging In this event judges will estimate the worth of a steer on the hoof j find later the wisdom of that estij mate will be cherked by slaughter ing and dressing the animal In the bree ling classes two j ground champions have been namj Kliiott Brnvn Kosehill Iowa i showed the best AberdeenAngus i LADYSMITH Wis Nov 30 UV an U farms j John Eichorst 53 year old farmi the grand j er confessed he had killed his wife Shorthorn bull j and following his directions Sheriff Elsworth Wilson found her body i Tin ley to Washington yesterday buried in a shallow grave j DFXS MOIXKK Xov 30 iT on which hay and bnish had been i Ma j Gen MnUiev A Tinley of piled j Council Bluffs vie president of Mrs Eichorst was about 53 yefirf j I he United States national guard old her husband said The family nssocintion lef for Washington to came to this region several years attend an executive comrnitteo 3 RECORDS SET BY ELECTORATE INNOVATION Total Vote Greatest n History Roosevelts Total Biggest WASHINGTON Nov 30 Nearly complete returns from the Nov 8 elections show the American electorate toppled three records in casting a total vote of at least 39000000 and giving Governor Roosevelt 22314058 and President Hoover 15575474 This huge total with more than 30 states complete to date is an in crease of more than 2000000 over the previous high of 36789669 polled in the 1928 HooverSmith election Roosevelts vote is the most ever given a winning candi date and Hooverg is a new top fig ure for a losing nominee Thomas Kecpo 1ace Seven minor party candidates re ceived 1008164 on the basis of re turns from all but about one twelfth of the nations 119643 vot ing precincts or the minor party balloting of four years ago Norman Thomas the socialist presidential candidate kept pace with the total gain his 805813 being more than thrice the 267835 he got in 1928 and bringing him within probable reach of the social ist record of 1920 when Eugene Debs polled 919799 William Z Foster communist candidate received 69104 votes compared with his 48228 four vcars ago when he ran as the work OFFICIAL IOWA VOTE Official can vans of vote for state offices In Iowa will be found on page 10 Will Rogers LOS ANGELES Cal Nov you read about the wo man in the northwest that swal lowed a turkey bone four days after Thanksgiving then got in an airplane got and got rid of the bone Well I was going to try to write a little joke about it showing how many days it took to reach the old bone of the gobbler when lo and behold to day Tuesday our own cook come dragging In turkey hash We wont reach the bones till about Thursday If I run for something that would be my platform boys no part of any turkey served later than Sunday night after Thanksgiving Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1032 McNaufht Syndicate Better Chance of Repeal Adoption Noted by Garner Speaker Is Pretty Certain We WiU Have a Vote Monday ers party candidate while William D Upshaw prohibition party nom inee polled 59565 on the basis of 104000 precincts to nearly double that partys vote for four years ago Largest Since 1920 His total is the largest given the prohibition ticket fince the first election after constitutional prohi bition was adopted in 1920 Other minor party candidates re ceived the following William H Coin Harvey Liber ty 45045 Verne L Reynolds socialistla bor 21858 Jacob S Coxey farmerlabor 6465 James R Cox joblessliberal 219 The populist ticket polled 4 votes in South Carolina to bring the total minor party vote to 1008164 Roosevelts plurality of 6738584 over Hoover compares with a plur ality of 6423612 given Hoover over Smith in 1928 and the 7338513 Coolidge plurality over Davis in 1924 when a third party ticket was in the field More Than Million Six states gove Roosevelt more than a million votes California 1276423 Illinois 1882304 Mis souri 1006613 New York 2524 616 Ohio 3301695 Pennsylvania 1278425 Hoover polled more than a mil lion in four states Illinois 1432 756 New York 1930678 Ohio 1227679 Pennsylvania 1442393 The figures to date indicate there will be no change in the electoral vote in the final returns from the Turn 2 Column 3 WASHINGTON Nov 30 Speaker Garner said at a press con ference today Indications were more favorable for the house to adopt the democratic repeal proposal Mon day Altho the vice presidentelect de clined to predict adoption of the measure he said that Information from Representative Millfgan of Missouri the assistant democratic whip showed a swing amongthe lemocrats for it Garner said he was pretty cer tain we will have a vote Monday Must Vote Sometime The gentlemen who talked about postponing action have about de cided that the vote might as well come Monday because they are going to have to vote on it some time the speaker went on adding that he had some definite infor mation of a swing for the resolu tion Two republican wet leaders have told him they were satisfied that probably 120 republicans would vote for outright repeal and submission to state conventions for ratifica tion as provided in the democratic measure He did not name his infor mants Get Southern Support As to whether southern demo crat would support repeal Garner said quite a number are going to vote for resubmission who will sup port prohibition in their own states and that appears to me to be consistent In the event the judiciary com mittee does not report the measure Rpresentatlve Rainey of Illinois Tnrn U Paire 2 Column 4 Labor Approves Plans for State Systems of Unemployed Insurance CINCINNATI Nov 30 Told that we have warned em ployers we could wait no longer to restore hope and revive the spirit of the masses the American Fed eration of Labor convention today approved plans for1 state unemploy ment insurance systems paid for by industry POUND STERLING MAKES GAINS IN EXCHANGE RATE Rumors of Dissension on War Debt Policy Not Upheld LONDON Nov 30 was sending another note to Wash ington today urging postponement of the debt installment due Dec 15 Neville Chamberlain chancellor of the exchequer told the house of commons this afternoon The cabinet finished writing it at a two hour session this morning and it will be published here and at Washington in a day or so Mr Chamberlain aald there was no truth in reports that in bar gold is being shipped to the United States In connection with the debt Rumori of DiMCiuion Aa the ministers gathered there arose rumors of dissension over the war debt policy if America should insist on the payment but they found no support in official quar ters where it was emphasized in stead that there was convergence of views Meanwhile the pound sterling showed considerable strength at the outset on the sterlingdollar ex change The rate at the opening was 316 Ms and then came a short sag during which the pound dropped to Then occurred a sharp rally and shortly before noon the quotation was By It had jumped to 318 Publish Simultaneously The note was expected to be pub lished Bimultaneously in JVashinj ton and London either Thursday or Friday There was no indication just how long it would be but it was described as a lengthy docu ment It was stated authoritatively to day that the in gold shipped to the United States from London last night was not a British consignment and has nothing to do with war debts It was shipped in behalf of an unnamed continental nation It was indicated however that the shipment was connected with intergovernmental debts 2 HURT WHILE CHOPPING WOOD Kanawha Farmers Taken to Hospitals Following Accidents KANAWHA Nov far mers living near Kanawha were critically injured In tree chopping accidents late yesterday on their arms O C Stith 55 was injured when a falling tree struck him He suf fered a fractured skull fractured aw and possible internal Injuries His condition was reported as seri ous at the Lutheran hospital at lampton where he was taken for reatment Fred Almy 54 suffered injuries when a large branch of a tree fell on him and struck his eye The branch was torn off when it struck another tree in falling to the ground It was necessary to remove his eye Mr Alrny is confined to Mercy hospital Mason City for treatment Final Exodus of Marines From Nicaragua Started Open Final Arguments in Suit for Alienation ONAWA Nov 30 ar guments in the alienation of affections suit brot by Albert Pat terson against Mayor W J Hau brich of Mapleton were begun in district court here Former lowan Admits Murdering His Wife figo from DCS Moines i neetiiig Entire Force of 700 lo Re Evacuated by Jan 3 MANAGUA Nicaragua Nov 30 7V The final exodus of United States marines under the United States withdrawal policy was un der way today and the entire force of 700 is expected to be evacuated by Jan 3 The first unit of departing American troops numbered about iOO inen They left Managua yes terday for Corinto and embarka tion for home today United States marines were first landed in Nicaragua in 1912 and remained 13 years They were withdrawn in 1925 but tcnt back in 1927 to help maintain order At that time the insurgent Augustino i Sandino was engaged in activities I in the north and engaged in military conflict with the marine trained national guard since then The country meanwhile is quiet The last contact between national guard and Sandino groups occurred Sunday in the form of a 10minute skirmish near Jinotega Two San dinisttas were slain and three cap tured There were no guard cas ualties The newspaper La Noticla today published an editorial commenting on reports that Sandino was send ing troops to Honduras to aid in the revolution there The paper said such a movement would augur ill for Nicaragua IOWA WEATHER Fair and wanner Wednesday night Thursday increasing cloudiness warmer In east and south portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Wednesday morning Maximum 57 Minimum in Night 28 At 8 A M 32 Tuesdays maximum temperature established a record for the month and Wednesday forenoon the mer cury was doing an ascent almost equally rapid   

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