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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 2, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                fe North Iowas DAILY Edited for the Home MARLON E fl H rs u c M AR T DEPT QT ES MOINE3 lA HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES AUL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A CO ASSOCIATED PRES3 LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 2 1933 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OP TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 74 Must Meet Situation Circumstances Will Guide Policies of Roosevelt By CHARLES P STEWART WASHINGTON Jan 2 It any man in public life la pre eminently qualified to express pro gressiveisms hopes and expecta tions of the coming Roosevelt ad ministration it should be Sena tor Bronaon Cut ting of New Mexico Senator Cut ting not only is one of the most advanced of the upper congres sional c hambers independent po litic oeconomic thinkers he one of the ablest and most en lightened He is a shy individual still in his earlier 4Qs but unques tionably g r a v 1 tating rapidly in to the leadership of his group in Washington Inci dentally he is a Senator nronson Cutting u Groton and Har vard product precisely like the presidentelect magnificently edu o a ted and in office as a conscMpt not from any motive of interest or ambition Joined Insurgents Joining such outstanding republi insurgents as Senators George W Norris of Nebraska Johnson of California and Rober M La Follette of Wisconsin in sup port of Governor Roosevelt during the last campaign Senator Cutting spent considerable time In the New Yorkers company throughout thi latter half of the democratic candl Oates preelection activities Later he was called Into consultation with 1tie presidentelect at Warm Generally Senator Cuttingis re jjarded as ajnong those best ac UJ CUVaC UC3U OVJ VWii plans forthe whit JUDGES BEER ON MORAL GROUNDS Victim of Effort to Aid Relief GANGSTER SLAIN BY DOORMAN OF HIS NIGHT CLUB Fay Had Cut Salary of Employe to Take on Another Man NEW YORK Jan 2 by the doorman of his garish mid town night club Larry Fay high powered Broadway racketeer was a victim of his own modest gesture at unemployment relief police said today Fay a product of the Hells Kit chen district was shot through the heart last night aa he attempted to mollify a man whose salary had been cut to make room for an other employe Police discrediting reports the shooting may have had the more sinister aspect of a planned under world execution set out to find Ed ward Maloney who disappeared immediately after four shots had cut Fay down Cut Maloneys Pay The one time milk czar and taxicab operator whose night club enterprises once brought him aa much as 510000 a week died with three dimes in his pocket He was said by police to have cut Maloneys 5100 a week salary to 560 in order on another doorman at Shortly after oclock last night while cleaners were the disarray GEORGIA FLOOD TURNS STREETS INTO CANALS Boats repUi In tho low states Ai obiles s In Home Go when heavy rains sent a river out olttrjitalis Mirny families to flee from their homes during floods which southern HAYNES HEAD OF IOWA GROUP TO PUSH RECOVERY Committee to CoOperate With Legion to Help Employment DBS MOINES Jan Glenn C Haynes has accepted the chairmanship of the Iowa branch the National Committee for Trade Recovery This committee is sponsored by tho Constructive league of the United States It is not a construction industry project is a citizens committee to create employment develop pur chasing power and revive industry The committee will cooperate with the American Legion cam paign for employment and trade recovery and all existingagencies seeking to better economic condi tions It is expected to organize the committee so the entire state will be represented in order to make a survey with a view of ascertaining where both public and private works may be carried on that will be selfliquidating in character in order that such works may be nancod by loans through construction Finance HOOVER NOT TO MAKE DECISION ON LEGAL ISSUE Question of Nullification Considered Important by Leaders Col Glenn C Haynes former Mason Cltyan lias been made chairman of the Iowa branch of the National Committee for Trade Recovery designed to help create employment It BUUI 1 tic senatorin response t6 my query to his views concerning the poli best suited to rescue the coun try from the morass of difficulties through which it is struggling is Turn to Page 2 Column 3 NEW YEARS DAY FIRE KILLS FIVE Firemen Hunt Ruins of Elks Clubhouse for Bodies of Other Victims VALLEJO Cal Jan 2 known deaths from a New Years day blaze which destroyed the Elks Jodge club here were listed today as firemen searched the smoldering ruins to determine if several other persons lost their lives Another man was known to have een seriously burned by the fire which rageS through the three story structure after a New Years party The known dead who firemen said were trapped in their beds were E G Fogarty 45 draughtsman at Mare Island navy yard iHdward Geering 46 retired real estate dealer and barber K G Swasey 60 caretaker of the tlub William Mitchell 65 retired Mare Island navy yard employe Frank Wiggin 60 navy yard em ploye Arch Travey exalted ruler of the Vallejo Elks lodge said the partv was disbanded at a m and the fira was discovered 40 minutes later by a man who was driving past the Maloney appeared and began argument with his employer Five shots followed alf but one findingtheir mark in the man who had ridden around town for years In a specially constructed bullet proof automobile Didnt Last Long Fay began as a policeman but he didnt last long on the force His night life career started when he made a race track killing in 1918 and turned most of the pro ceeds into a taxicab business A few months ago he sold 200 of his cabs for 5 apiece because he said he could not afford to maintain them With a record of 49 arrests Fays criminal docket was clear of felony convictions the charges against him having been confined mostly to minor violations His most no torious arrest was in connection with the alleged loose milk trust in which he was acquitted Fay who was in his forties was credited with having started the first modern night club in Manhat tan with Texas Guinan as the hostess This field Is 1 The co works resftl water the v contagion a disc as ictato Social Force U S Require rlew Governo o Body of Tierney in Garage With Auto Motor Running House Group in Session on Plan ftp Help Farmer Will Have Great on Congress in Next Two Months WASHINGTON Jan 2 Moral rather than legal issues may determine whether President Hoover will sign the Collier 32 beer bill if it reaches him Leading government legal author ities to whom the president would turn for advice oh the constitutbri ality of the proposed legalization are denying all private rcsquests for an official expression of their opin ions but informally they express as many and varied views as there are lawyers discussing the subject There are those on the inner circle of the administration who put aside the question of constitu tionality and turn to the broader moral question of nullification Altho as reticient as the president himself on what tha fate of the beer bill would be should it reach the white house tome of his closest ad visers hint they consider this point more important than the legal Issue Does Issue Their no matter en the senti f repeal or re in the re cent bill does not issue as suh includ Idaho a dry law the view that iifflrBanTi i n LL be WASHINGTON AUNT HET By Robert Quillen in Helen dont see no harm her ever lastin gossip 3he thinks all bad habits go in your mouth instead o comin out Flying Boat Washed to Shore Damaged but All of Crew Safe PERNANDINA Fla Jan 2 UP coast guard flying boat Arc turus forced down Sunday at sea 10 miles off Fort Pierce with six men aboard washed ashore in a badly damaged condition at San Sebastian creek today Commander John McCann of the coast guard base here was advised by radio The crew was safe PLAN INQUEST IN MRS HINGH DEATH Hearing to Be Held Tuesday Morning at County Courthouse An inquest to determine the cause of the death of Mrs Paul Hinch Cartersville will be held Tuesday forenoon at the courthouse it was announced by Coroner J E McDon ald Monday Mrs Hinch died at Cartersville Thursday where she was taken with a fractured skull received while rid ing in a car with her husband who stated she fell from the car Funeral services for Mrs Hinch were held at St Johns Catholic church Saturday morning with P J LaVallette of Rockford in charge Kssisted by the Rev Edward DHagen of Rockwell Burial was in ho Dougherty cemetery Boy Dies of Injuries DAVENPORT Jan 2 gcno Schnoor 7 died of injuries suffered when he was hit by an automobile Saturday Federal Help SnrjL Roosevelt Speat ALBANY N Y Jan Inaugurated formally today New Yorks governor H Lehman called upon the federi government to aid the Empire stal m caring for its destitute unera ployed whose number he estimat ed at more than a million and t quarter The former New York banker who entered public life four year ago as lieutenant governor during Franklin D Roosevelts administra tion as the states chief executive called unemployment relief the states most serious problem He expressed the hope that the federal R F C act will be changed in a way that will make it easier for us to benefit from this federa source In meeting the needs of our unemployed Under present law New York would be required vir tually to state that it was at the end of its financial resources be fore R F C money would be available to it Governor Lehman pointed out that the states credit is sound but that the unemploy ment relief problem has now reached the point where aid from the federal government is needec in our war against depression anc want Both of the men who preceded Lehman in the tenure of the chici executives office Alfred E Smith and Presidentelect Roosevelt were on the program as speakers along with the governor that Williams Races With Death Loses Twice THE DALLES Ore Jan 2 Harry Williams raced with death New Years day and lost twice Informed that his aged mother was near death Williams entered his automobile and started a trip to reach her bedside As he neared The Dalles icy pavement caused his car to akid and plunge over an embank ment He was killed Later his moth er died 4 Persons Killed in Brawls in Germany BERLIN Jan 2 per sons ware killed and more than 40 injured In New Years political and semipolitical brawls in different parts of the country reports reach ing bfire today disclosed Found Fatally Injured DAVENPORT Jan 2 Rogers of Bettendorf was found fatally injured in a wrecked auto moble early Sunday He died on the way to a hospital Pre Jan wai the alternative t of the socia American life might be a in which vio subordinate technlca lijjjas contained in the re researcl Asocial trends mad tttee appointed by rHoover In 1929 has spem three jyoars studying changes in in stitutions affecting virtually everv phase of life Its findings based on facts gathered by more than 500 investigators occupy two vol umes of 1568 pages written by university or research institute ex perts Policy of Drift One aternative to a constructive social initiative the committee said might be a prolongation of a policy of drift and some readust nent as time goes on More defin te alternatives however are urged oy dictatorial systems in which the actors of force and violence may oom large Unless there can be a more im pressive integration of social skills and fusing of social purposes than s revealed by recent trends there can be no assurance that these al with their accompani ments of violent revolution dark periods of serious repression of 11 lertarian and democratic forms the proscription and loss of many use ill elements in the present produc tive system can be averted Basic Social Problems An effort to coordinate social re ations might result the committee believed in a national advisory coun cil including scientific educational governmental economic industrial agricultural and labor points of contact or other aopronriato ele ments able to contribute to the con sideration of the basic social prob ems of the nation Such an agency might consider some fundamental questions of the ocfal order economic governmen al educational technical cultural always in their interrelation and of the trenis and pos r morlem A bewildering confusion of prob ems with which nothing short of 10 combined intelligence of the na on can cope is found by the re Future of Capitalism They range the committee said n ics review of the findings from mperialism to better homes and andards of living and Include tax tion social insurance reorganiza on of governmental units govern nental regulation of industry ahlft g moral standards mental by Tnrn o Z Column 2 GARNER Jan victim monoxide gas poisoning Max HariJ Hn Tierney 22 was found dead yes terday near his auto in a closed garage with the engine running Coroner F W Zeiger stated the youth had been overcome and that no inquest would be held Tierney was found by Mrs Con Wiegman In her garage about J o clock m the She had gone to the garage to get some wood and looking down saw the body of the youth behind the car Screaming she attracted attention of neighbors who at once cnlied Cor oner Zeiger and Sheriff P A Han son Married Short Time The youth had spent much of the Drevlous evening In a local cafe 3 wife visited relatives In Clear jake Saturday and was waiting for ner husband to come and take her lome Max Tierney was the son of Mr and Mrs J E Tierney He was married three months ago to Bon He Whitney of Clear Lake Besides iis wife and Barents he leaves three listers Mrs LeRoy E Igou 619 Pennsylvania avenue northeast Ma son City a linotype operator for the trlobeGazette Mrs Evelyn Bur gess Garner and Mrs Mark Olson Forest City Attended S V I The gas victim was graduated rom Garner high school in 1929 ie had been an outstanding player n football activities Lost yearhe attended the State University of owa J E Tierney is a writer for he Garner Leader and Signal Why Tiercey was in the Wieg nan although he was knownto have been a friend of the Wiesrman boys n a Dark Wood Like n small child lost in a for st Araminta Williams is confused y the glamorous love showered on er by Janney Breckenridge And ke the small lost child she wan ers about wondering how to get ut The pnth appears to her of ourse but It is only after she finds 4 for herself Read Little Girl Lost By TEMPLE BAILEY Beginning Wednesday Jan 1 in the GlobeGazette the replace that is costly t of pres better dis or better fir iBSlWin construction of fil and for other im water works whicl law when the for them charges for use 2 Theconstriiittipntif so we rs anc sewage where charge Is use 3 The construction of electric light and powerplants which are to serve the public 4 The construction of plants for the manufacture and distribution of gas City Pipe Lines 5 The construction of municipal ly owned pipe lines and systems for distribution of natural gas 6 The construction of municipal swimming pools golf courses or other recreational facilities which are paid for out of charges for their use 7 Any and all public works owned by a governmental body which are to be paid for by charges for their use instead of by taxation The Reconstruction Finance cor poration will loan money to finance construction projects like those herein listed providing they are sound business projects and the in come from them will be sufficient to meet operating expenses and maintenance charges interest and amortization and provided further that adequate security is behind the e loans They will not loan money for any project under this section that is to be repaid by taxes collected from real or personal property Borrow of R F C Any public body whether a body politic or a public agency thereof may borrow from the Reconstruc tion Financo corporation provided the laws to which it is subjected Turn ti rose Column I designed to guarantee the farm his prewar purchasing power d spite price flutuations was the b chosen by democratic leaders toda for aiding agriculture For the second time member of the house agriculture committe gathered behind closed doors t study its provisions A favorable re port to the house was predicted b hairman Jones not later tha Wednesday Carefully prepared by expert during the holidays the bill woul fix a fair exchange value for th major farm cotton tobacco and hogs It define thig value as the amount which in relation to the prices the farme pays for commodities he consumes will represent the same ratio tha existed in prewar years Fair Exchange Value On hogs the fair exchange value is fixed definitely at sy cents a pound through April 4 cents n May and June and 4i cents or the remainder of the 1933 mar keting year The secretary of agriculture would proclaim a fair exchange al lowance This would be the differ ence between the fair exchange value and the price actually re ceived at local markets An adjustment charge equal to the fair exchange allowance then would be levied on the first do mestic processing And every pro ducer would be entitledto an ad justment certificate on his share of the estimated domestic consump tion for treasury redemption Influential Citizen The influence of citizen Franklin n D Roosevelt who becomes president March 4 will be strong in directing the course congress takes in the next two months in attempting to meet national issuea Although the democratic legisla tive program is well pointed the outlines of the final drive and the extent of the ground to bo covered will bo more clearly defined at a conference of congressional leaders Turn In 3 Column 3 Pasadena All Decked Out in Tournament of Roses Fairyland of Greets Warriors of Giridiron PASADENA Cal Jan 2 Pasadena became a fairyland of flowers today in a festival which will be climaxed in the anual tour nament of football spectacle In that battle the Pitt panther and the Southern California Trolan were to forget about roses for the moment and fight with leather in a contest which Is generally consid ered for the mythical American gridiron championship The heavier warriors of Troy thrico victorious in this intersectional game were favored to conquer the invaders de feated in their two previous appear ances in the Pasadena rosebowl Neither eleven had been defeated this reason although the easterners have been tied twice Before the throngs turned to the Rose Bowl the city staged its tour nament of roses parade which spon sors said would be the greatest in the 44 years of Its history Civic leaders estimated approximately a million persons many from distant corners of the world were gathered here to witness the pageant AH of tho loved figures of child hood Cinderella Hansel and Gretel Little Red Riding Hood Ali Baba in the treasure to be brought to life in the fairyland of flowers parade for which more than 10000000 blossoms have been freshly cut to adorn the floata Those i their laKe dicial beer as heavily a bill by con A bill piissed by congress and signed by the presldet is assumed to be constitutional until adjudged otherwise by the courts Thus they say the government agencies which for the lost 12 years have used every possible means to com bat attacks on the prohibition laws would have to defend just as vlgor ouslv a beverage now held outside he limits of constitution prohibi lon Rising Temperatures Continue Over State Charles City Coldest DES MOINES Jan 2 ng temperatures continued in Iowa oday For the 24 hour period cnilinR this morning 20 degrees at Charles tJty was the coldest reported while Jje maximum high yesterday wai City The forecast for tonight was 23 egrees in the northwest 30 degrees the northeast and southwest and degrees in the southeast IOWA WEATHER Generally fair SlighHv warmer In central and west portions Monday night Tues day mostly cloudy followed by colder in tno northwest por tions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for Maximum Sunday 3g Minimum in Night ig At 8 A M Monday 30 Figures for 24 hour period end tig at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximnm Saturday 34 Minimum In Night 16 Nineteen thirtytwo went out a gift of unseasonably balmy veather and the first day of the ew year gave North Iowa a tem crature which was 6 degrees above reezlng Tuesday with bright sun nd wind In south there was a con muation ol the pleasant warmtij   

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