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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 2, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                IIA LOn C R i i i M a Am 0 1 iT C r I 0 V A U F S i 0 IN E S I A North Iowas Edited for the Home HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2 1933 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS EECTION ONE NO 103 Sleuth May Lose His Job Garsson Finds Few Aliens to Chase Out of US By CHARLES 1 STEWART WASHINGTON Feb 2 CPA W Garssons a year as a special assistant In the labor department is that the government can very well save from its next years p a yroll a o c o rdln g t Chairman Wil liam B Oliver of the house of rep resentatives ap propriation com mittees sub committee Garsson h a i created a furor in Hollywood by chasing a 1 i en actors and di rectors out of the country It is Murray Garssons job however thai C o n g r e asman Oliver considers superfluous il ever a man had Murray GarBson 4 a clean record it is Murray Gars son Chairman Samuel Dickstein of representatives immigration com mittee indorses this statement wholeheartedly And although hes a republican and Im a democrat adds congressman Dickstein J know what Im talking about Garssons career in the labor de partment has covered only two years and a half but it has been full of Incidents Worth Bullions His home is in Brooklyn He was in the real estate bus ness there and worth considerable a couple of mil lions Congressma n Dickstein guesses He was liberal Dickstein i v iderstands in his contributions t 1 seJ3O P organization but neve gtit public runtll h Is nijtf young nas grown chii dreri His Brooklyn life was quiet orderly uneventful But smouldei ing somewhere in his inner con sciousness for two or three de cades Dickstein surmises had bee v a small boy ambition to play a sleuthing and finally It overmas tered bun he applied to the gov ernment for a post In which h could satisfy this craving Liberal Contributor Well as previously remarked h had been liberal with his contrlbu tions the administration felt as I Turn to Pose 10 Column 4 OLD MAN BESTS YOUNG ROBBER President of Nebraska Bank Lets Fist Fly and Knocks Out Holdup Man CHAMBERS Nebr Feb 2 UP age may be creeping up on 70 year old Edward Adams presi dent of the Chambers State bank but he doesnt act that way A young man armed with a pistol entered the bank and an nounced robbery was about to be committed I hate he said to shoot an old man but I guess Ill have too when Adams was slow in rasing his hands Instead of getting shot the aged man let one fist fly It connected with such force that the intruder was stunned Two of Adams sons then overpowered him Arrested he gave the name of J L Boyle of Columbus Nebr ROOSEVELT OUTLINES VAST PLAN Belmond Driver and Klemme Pool Hall Robbed HOUSE REJECTS SENATE BILL ON DEBTORSRELIEF Passes Joint Resolution for Group to Keep Up Cost Cut Study BULLETIN DBS MOINES Feb 2 The state senate today voted to insist on its amendment to the farm mortgage foreclosure re lief arbitration bill DES MOINES Feb 2 house refused by an overwhelming vote today to concur in senate amendments to its bill to provide farm mortgage foreclosure relief The vote against concurrence was 93 to 1 The bill now goes back to the senate and if that body fails to recede from its position it will go into the hands of a conference com mittee The bill in its present form car ries the house filed number but the senate yesterday substituted its own bill under the house number The senate bill is the less drastic of the two although both call for arbitra tion between debtors and creditors In the house bill however a vir tual moratorium on foreclosures is effected Pass Joint Resolution Those voting forconcurrence with Crav en Dole Ellsworth Gettinger Fuelling McCreery and MillhoneV By a vote of SI to IS the house passed the senate joint resolution providing for the creation of an in terim legislative committee to con AUNT HET By Robert Quillen She pretends her mar riage is a success but any woman talks that bitter about womans rights is mad about the kind o man she got DAYS BUSINESS TES MOINES Feb 2 House passed senates joint res olution providing for creation of interim legislative committee and study state bureaucracy appropriated 525000 for the work House voted 98 to 7 to refuse to concur in senate amendments o house hill for farm mortgage foreclosure relief Senate received bills for mort gage foreclosure relief spon sored by Farmers Holiday asso ciation of northwestern Iowa continued work on bill stipulat ing manner in which rents and profits shall he applied by a re ceiver tinue study reduction in govern mental costs and to permit a study of reorganization of the state gov ernment The resolution carries ar appropriation ot The appropriation makes possibl the employment of the Brookings in stitute of Washington to make study of the state government wit aview to reorganizing it Party Lines Lost Party lines were completely elim inated both in the discussion and the vote Democrats voting against the measure wero Donlan Dreessen Foster Gintinger Hook Humeston McKinnon Rawlings Smith Thies sen and Zipse Greater Need of Funds for Relief Urged Makes Charge of Discrimination in Disbursing WASHINGTON Feb 2 Close behind a recommendation by he president of the Reconstruction corporation that more e provided for relief loans to states Senator Lewis D charged today before a senate com mittee that there had been discrim nation in administering relief funds Charles A Miller the corporation president indorsed generally the Wagner bill to liberalize the law under which relief is administered Blind to Danger Lewis speaking after several others had approved the bill said the government seemed blind to the danger of revolution and that cer aln members of the corporations joard had tried to obstruct relief to those of humble society and allowed precedence to those for merly of power Another foreign debts debate broke in the senate today with Senator Robinson R de manding that the state department apprehend under the Logan act William C Bullitt who has been reported negotiating on debts abroad Laughing Stock Reading from press accounts of Bullitts visits to Berlin London and Parts aupposed to beiln con nectlonwith wardebts RdolnBon said Bullitt was making a laugh ing stock out the American people It is high time the American government asserts who he is he said He is going about in dis guise and when not in disguise he is going under an assumed name Robinson said he believed the Logan act providing fine or three years of imprisonment for any not authorized person having intercourse with a foreign govern ment on measures affecting the United States was broad enough to cover Bullitts supposed activ ities Cotton for Relief House and senate conferees today reached a compromise agreement on a bill to turn over 350000 bales of farm board cotton to relief or ganizations to provide clothing for the needy The agreement cleared the way for its early enactment The house raised the appropria tion for the federal trade commis sion from to 801476 The Fuller amendment to the in dependent offices supply bill to kill the 5500000 appropriation for the farm board for the first six months of the next fiscal year was defeated in the house SNOW TRAPS CALIFORNIA AUTOS HITLER ASKS FOR JUST FOUR YEARS Challenges Countrymen to Crucify Me If We Have Not Succeeded Republican voting against BERLIN Feb 2 Hit Lyon Jenkins ler days chancellor of Ger 1 many challenged his countrymen Peet Stanzel Doran Hanson of McLain Mooty Strachan The senate continued work on farm mortgage relief legislation taking up consideration of a bill specifying the manner in which rents and profits shall be applied by a receiver Bill Strikes Snag The bill struck a snag in the form of amendments and a recess was taken until afternoon to per mit the working out of changes An attempt by Representative Sours R Floyd to reduce the interim committee appropriation to 510000 was defeated by a vote of 74 to 32 In arguing for passage of his amendment Sours said that the former interim committee had ac complished wonders and declared he believed it unnecessary to em ploy outside experts to make a study of governmental reorganiza tion as the state already had made two similar surveys Sours referred to the institute report on North Carolina which recommended the election of but three state officials He said I dont believe you can cram such a report down the peoples throats He asserted however that if the Turn to F0Re Zr Colonin 4 Caught In the icy grip of a blizzard that swept Lake Arrowhead Cal more than 2000 persons attracted to the unnunl winter sports carnival became marooned in Arrowhead village and hundreds of mo torists were trapped on the Kim o the World highway Photo shows 11 passenger bus nml some cars snowed In Dollar Values Will Thrill Buyers North lowans are going to get a lot of thrills in Mason City Saturday Fefi 4 It is to be Dollar Day and hundreds of articles will be on sale at the various stores Regular prices today are extremely low but next Saturday the values will be still more tempting FEDERAL DEFICIT Public Debt Shows Increase of 3 Billions During Past Year today to crucify me or do any thing else to me if at the end of four years we have not succeeded The other side had things all their own way for 14 years he told a group of newspapermen in his first press conference as chan cellor Look at the result Asks Four Years Give us four the legal period of a then let the country sit in judg ment snapped out his words with characteristic enthsiasm speaking faster and with greater emphasis as he proceeded One of his audi ence interrupted with a request for an explanation of the four year plan he mentioned last night in an ap peal to the people Avoided Rnsh Promises Im glad you asked me that1 said Hitler if I had wanted to make a campaignspeech last night I could have promised that by the middle of March unemployment would have been wiped out and by May the farmer would have been back on his feet But you didnt hear me do that Im more honest than most of my opponents promises I wouldnt make such WASHINGTON Feb 2 government ended the first sever months of its 1933 fiscal year with a deficit of having collected from all sources 505910 and spent 52410226941 The public debt on Jan 31 amounted to an In crease of almost In the total in 12 months On Jan 31 1932 it was The governments income con tinued to fade away despite an in crease In miscellaneous internal rev enue coming from new taxes Income tax in the seven months amounted to as com pared with In the same period of the previous year Internal Revenue Gains Miscellaneous internal revenue however increased 5147000000 amounting to Customs duties dropped to 003025 from In th seven monthsof 1932 General expenditures were lowe by than for the sam period of a year ago and amounte to Total ordinary expenditures the government also were lowe than a year ago They were 911226 compared with 849 Postal Deficiency The sinking fund this year has required to date as compared with a year ago The postal deficiency has amounted to as com pared with last year The receipts for the present year fell below those ot a year ago but the deficit on Jan 31 tvas Jess than on Jan 31 1932 As yet the government collec tions have not reflected the in creased income tax levied on 1932 Incomes and officials look to this payment on March 15 to reduce the deficit some Mason City Will Hold Dollar Day tS ales Saturday New Low Mark in Prices t Be Offered by Many Merchants Saturday Vcb i to be observe as Dollar day in Mason City wi e the first citywide event to b held in 1933 Merchants are plan ning to place many articles on sal for 51 and other merchandise wi freatly be reduced in price for th me day only The purpose of this sale is clear out stocks in various deparl ments and to make new friend new customers build good will an o show what values are now bein jffered Regular prices of merchan dise are now extremely low bu hose in the Dollar day sale will se even a lower mark Merchandise to be placed on sal will include clothing accessories furnishings hosiery shoes jewelry toiletries furniture rugs beddini inens curtains drapes silverwar drug store items articles for car roceries and other products Dollar day will present for cu tomers the large assortment i merchandise available in Maso City stores and emphasize the bi values being offered to North low Merchants have been preparing for this Dollar day observance for several weeks BANDIT TRIO IS BELIEVED SAME N EACH HOLDUP 3fficers of Hancock and Wright Seek Young Gunmen Three young men who robbed a ruck driver of near Bslmond Vednesday night were believed by fficers to be the same bandits who leld up a pool hall at Klemme a lalf an hour later and took about 10 and some checks Officers in lancock and Wright counties are nvcstigating the robberies Walter Sharp of Belmond driver if the Standard Oil truck was topped at the river bridge six miles south of Belmond on highway 15 by three bandits who took vhich he was carrying They were driving a Ford coach Sharp who ormerly worked on the railroad in Clarion was returning to Belmond from Clarion afterattending a wrestling show Watch Also Taken Sheriff Roy B Wilson of Clarion also stated a report was made to him that a watch which Sharp car ried was taken by the bandits According to Sheriff E P Han son ot Garner three young men who were about 22 years of age and well dressed entered the poo hall at Klemme operated hy Lea Ridder about oclock Wcdnea daynight One of the handits stop in the doorway while the other tw brandished revolvers Was Closing Pool Hull Ridder was closing the pool hall for the night The bandits took about in silver and an equal amount in bills from his pockets Some checks were also taken from Ridder Harley Brickenderser was the only other person in the pool hall The bandits demanded his money When he replied that he had none but wished he did one of the ban dits told him dont get smart or well fill you full of holes Sheriff Hanson told that the young bandits who were unmasked were not known in Klemme and that the victims inferred from their actions that they were pro fessional holdup men A young blond woman hooked us Corliss Palmer for mer movio actress Georgia benuty winner and estranged wife of Eugene Brewstcr for mer screen magazine publisher was taken to a San Francisco hospital for treatment for al coholism Associated Press THOMAS MILLER IS CITIZEN AGAIN Rights of Former Custodian of Alien Property Are Restored Death of Iowa Man in Robbery Attempt Was Caused by Fall PLATTSMOUTH Nebr Feb 2 death of Pearl R OHair son of Mr and Mrs Ray OHair of Van Wert Iowa was caused by a fall down a flight of stairs as he was attempting to rob a store at Murdock Nebr a coroners jury decided The verdict followed an in vestigation which revealed that the youth lost his balance and tum bled downstairs at the same time that Cass Sylvester proprietor of the store fired a gun at him A companion of OHairs escaped WASHINGTON Feb President Hoover today 2 signed Strange Disappearance of House and Sidewalk Is Explained by Owner CHICAGO Filgutt came Feb 2 to a decision which explains about the house concrete foundation and sidewalk that dis appeared the other day from Gary Ind He said I paid for the site and built the cottage for I lost my job My street improvement tax was My lot and property tax for 1D31 and 1932 totaled I tore it down and sold the material for 5500 Did I pay the total tax I did not Gary can have the lot certificate restoring citizenship to Thomas W Miller of Wilmington Del former alien property cus todian who served a sentence in the Atlanta penitentiary for frauds arising out of his handling of some of the property Miller was convicted of defraud ing the government in a case based on the payment of Richard Merton a German subject of in connection with the sale of the Am erican Metals company assets seized by the government during the war Application for the restoration of Millers citizenship rights was signed both by the district attorney and the judge who presided at his trial A former secretary of state o Delaware and later a member o congress from that state Miller has been active recently in the affairs of the American Legion and las summer was awarded the purpli heart decoration Farmers of Nation Given Aid of States Situation Recognizet by Legislatures in Far South By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friendly state governments and successful demonstrations to pre vent mortgage foreclosure sales were hailed with joy Thursday by farmers in widely scattered sections fighting to save their homes and lands In the south the Arkansas legis lature prevented foreclosure meas ures by passinga moratorium sus pendingjurisdiction of cricuit and chancery courts Situation Recognized The situation has been recognized by the legislatures of Alabama and eorgia and sympathetic state ments for farmers have come from he governor of North arolina South Carolina Georgia Alabama Kentucky and Mississippi In Georgia moratoriam on all arm mortgages were declarer by 15 life insurance companies doing business in the state From other states came reports of mortgage sales that did not suc ceed Organize Association At Cherokee Okla such a sale resulted in the organization of a Farmers Marketing association with the Rev Claude R Hill the promoter He obtained a 00 day leave of absence from his duties as pastor of the First Christian church Farmers in Aurora Nebr bid top prices of 10 cents at a foreclosure sale and in Illinois anarchy was charged by a mortgage holder after similar methods succeeded in farm equipment going for Later the mortgagor attempted to haul the stuff away anyway but an of ficer was farmers OFFERS SCHEME TO PROVIDE NEW JOBS TO 2001 Gigantic Experiment of Internal Development Proposed By FRANCIS 7W STEniENSOX WARM SPRINGS Ga Feb 2 gigantic experiment de signed to provide 200000 jolis and herald the bfrth of a new America from which the curse of unem ployment would be lifted wag pro posed today by PresidentElect Roosevelt The rugged highlands and fertile industrial valley of the Tennessee watershed were chosen by the ext president for this most in eresting experiment a government as ever undertaken Tells of His Dream Seated before the blazing flre lace of the Little White House le told newspapermen of his dream or a vast Internal development en ompassing reforestation reclama ion water power and agricultural ehabilitation The aim is to bal ance the national population anew between cities and the country Mr Roosevelt expects this huge aboratory experiment to provide employment for 200000 men in the Tennessee Valley alone More than this he hopes to carry the scheme into other sections of the nation from the Alleghenies to the Pacific coast and through It to reestab lish American life on a batis that will roe an the end of unemploy ment the decentralisation oE ln lowan Seriously Hurt and Another Slightly When Train Hits Auto DBS KOINES Feb 2 James Williamson merchant po liceman was in a hospital here to day with severe injuries suffered wlien the car in which he was rid ing with his brotherinlaw was struck by a railroad train The rel ative Charles Cross also a merch ant was not seriously hurt Cross who was driving said that neither he nor Williamson saw the train be fore the accident WEATHER WILL CONTINUE MILD Prediction of Meteorologist Made in Spite of Sunny Ground Hog Day DES MOINES Feb 2 Ground Hog saw his shadow today and by all the old legends we are facing six more weeks of winter Charles D Reed government meteorologist said however that although he did not care to dispute the animals right lo weather prog nostication he thought it likely we would continue to have mild weath er Reed based his prediction on the records of the last 61 years He said when abnormal January weather was experienced a similai February followed duatry and a peoplfeprotected oy the watchful of a government Tonnes see Valley Project The great Tennessee valley pro ject involvinghalf a dozen states is to Include 1 Reforestation of flood control ba sins In the upper valleys first at Cove creek in the Clinch river power development to be available for cities states and farm homos of the fertile bottom lands of agricultural use of the unprofit able lands from farm pursuits flood control of the great Mississippi river Improvement of navigation Will Ask Surveys Mr Roosevelt announced that as soon as he takes office next March 4 he will ask the various govern ment departments involved to make surveys with a view to put ting the proposition up to con gress at an early date Confident that the whole pro ject will beself sustaining he 1ms no doubt of the bnnkabitity of it and the availability of bonds for the undertaking If it is successful nnd I am confident It will be he said I think this deevlopment will he the forerunner of similar projects in other sections particularly in the Ohio and Arkansas valleys and in the Columbia river basin oC the northwest 12000000 Unemployed We have about 12000000 wage earners unemployed If we return immediately to the high level of 1923 I think we would still have 5000000 men out of work and on a dole Our population is out of balance If by government activity we can restore the balance we will have taken a great step forward The normal trend now is a hack to the farm movement For those who have had experience In agri cultural work I think we will do well to provide a living Without reference to notes or books but with an occasional glance TIITH b rani 2 Cullinm 2J Sfie Wea IOWA WEATHER Generally fair Thursday night and Friday not much change in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Mivxlmum 25 Minimum in Night fi At 8 a in 0 Ground hog day saw the sun shin ing brightly with according to old weather prophecy six weeks more winter in store The tem perature during the night hal dropped to 6 above the lowest for some time   

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