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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 24, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas O 4TTV IP A PH 13 Jl IT fii Edited for the Home HOME EDITION THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWAXS NEIOHBOIJS1 XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON MARCH 1933 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OK TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONB 146 Would Trace Bank Thefts Sol Bloom Declares Billions Have Been March CPA the midst of our rejoicing at the partial resumption of banking throughout the we shall says Congressman Sol Bloom of New if we lose sight of the fact that it is only a partial re Many banks are still closed or are no more lhan The more promptly their affairs are looked and looked Into the better it will be for communities which still are crippled by the tying up of their funds and by the lack of normal facilities for their business transac The time for investigation is with public opinion attuned to a demand for a relentless house Examples The same thing inevitably will occur again unless examples are speed Is while the possibility exists that some of the plunder may be recov yes there have been irre parable losses through honest mis but there also wholesale This stolen property in great where it is not too late for its rightful own ers to regain possession of if prompt steps are Tangible wealth does not simply Even if it has passed from the hands of the men who actually took it and into the hands oJ an Inner ring it is sub Billions there Is Wguessing These billions should be traced both In behalf of the folk from whom they were and with a view to the extermination of the in ner ring if there is one of Otherwise the ring will continue Its Csrtain changes in the banking laws may be but that can Knlorcc Present We have laws now to cover th situation if they are en they have not o present conditions would not prevail there are many Fol lowing them up is a huge tindertak The states must do their part The tusk will lag if it is left wholly to the federal Wha would take 48 years can be done in a year if each state does its own duty here and there is a Tiicse key called to account will soon tell enough of the story t make the whole of it easy to un If our banks had been scrutinize in the last bakers dozen of a zealously as our kitchens wer sniffed for a breath of horn or our flivvers wer for a half pint of moon we would have had no mora torium or its DEFIES ROOSEVELT Smith Presents Substitute for Farm Relief Bill ROOSEVELT BEGINS STORMY SENATE CAREER IOWA HOUSE PASSES REPEAL BILL Wallace Says He Has Not Yet Approved Any of March The senate drive for drastic re writing of the administration farm bill was launched today at a closed meeting of the senate agriculture but Secretary Wallace said he had not yet given approval to any substitutes for the sweeping Senator Smith chair man of the committee presented a substitute making material modifications which earlier he had Dredioted would prove acceptable to he how said the proposed changes would be gone over later in the day at a session of the cabinet with President He will appear sefore the committee Take No The Smith on which the committee took no immediate ac would reduce the amount of the processing tax to be levied to the bare amount needed to lease lands to take them out of produc The allotment and licensing features of the administration bill would be struck out but the cotton option plan would stay opinion on these he took in conferences with other offi cials to set in motion President Roosevelts plan for a world wide agreement to curtail wheat produc to bring it in line with con After receiving the Smith the senate committee called in for brief hearings John president of the Farmers and George of To Hear After hearing Wallace committee members hope to be able to set about full discussion of the program and the Smith sub Senator Kendrickf indicated the attitude of ing In my we will not know definitely what form the bill will take until after we have heard Secretary Wallace Smith told newspaper men that if the committee should decide to limit the commodities to which the bill would there would be no need for extended Both the administration bill and his substitute provide that the re lief should apply to to bacco milk and dairy Representative William Massachusetts chnlmian ot the house labor refused to in troduce President Roosevelts un employment relief bill on the ground that organized labor is opposed to It oud succeeded In forcing joint hearings on the A general revamp ing of the bill was predicted Friday by Chairmim of the senate labor committee after William president of the American Federation of hud protested it smacks of ami a v Burlington Shops to Open Again April 3 March Local officials of the Burlington railroad announced today that the shops here will reopen April 3 with probably sufficient work on hand to keep a force of several hundred men busy through the If AUNT MET By Robert Quillen I abominate false but its nice to have some thin Amy dont want to bor EVANS RESIGNS FARM BOARD JOB Salt Lake Man Specialized in CoOp Marketing March Frank Evans of Salt Lake City re signed today as a member of the federal farm effective April The resignation has been accepted by President Evans be gan luty with the board for a term which was to have expired in He specialized in the of a farmer owned system of coop erative Albert Warneke Is Signed for House of David Ball Club March Ray manager of the House David baseball announced Friday that Albert broth er of Lon Chicago Cubs has signed to pitch with the House of David team this sum Young Warneko attended Doans baseball schools at Hot He pitched for McCook in the Nebras ka State league last A fel low moundsman with the House of David will be the veteran Graver Cleveland Doan announced that the House of David club will train here this Mother Tells of Search for Son in Burning House Says Charged With Hayfield Helped Save March H Brockman testified at the Schram murder trial in distric court how she had entered he flaming home at Hayfield in ai effort to find her whi was burned to She how she had crawled on her hand and knees in his but failed tc find him and was then driven ou by the intense Brockman stated that whe she had given up the search an went she met Gu Schram on the Schram who was sentenced to a 20 yea term in prison following his con fession to setting fire to the house assisted in removing the ftirnitnr downstairs and was at the seen of the fire most of the next Deputy Fire Marshal Fre Sheriff Hanso and Coroner Franit Zeigec wer called on the witness stand todaj 500 Attend More than 500 persons listene to evidence introduced at the ses sions Many took the lunches and remained in the court room at noon in order to hav Women took needlework bu soon laid it aside when witnease were brought to the stand to test fy father of th boy who lost his life in a fire tha destroyed the Geddes housi was tlie first witness called yestei After Brockman wa Donald broth er of who was sleeping wit Leo the night of the wa nlaccd on the He wept b soon regained composure and wa able to answer Worked for Berylc who lives with her sister five miles cast of Forest was the next witness who commenced work ing the Schram home in Hay field April remained there until May 29 and left the Schram home after a dispute over She rented a room in the Geddes house occupied by the Brockman family and her was with her on the night of tho Town said she was the first one to discov er the fire and aroused the Brock man Town choked because of dif ficult arose and went to thn window and saw the reflec tion of fire on a windmill nearby and for a time thought n neighbor ing was on She awoke Brockman and the two discov Turn lo Column 1 Japan Fears It May Lose Germanlsles Strong Stand in Defense of Right to March Hitlers ambition to recover i he colonies wrested away from ermany by the allied powers ap arently has added to the Japan se apprehension over their man ated islands in the an ap rehension first aroused by sugges ons that Japans resignation from he league of nations would make it ecessary for them to give up the Yosuke Japanese del gate to the Geneva disarmament who was due to arrive this country today on his way ack to has taken a strong tand in defense of Japans man ate over the saying it was ranted by the supreme allied coun not by the league of and that membership in the league s not essential to its Conception at Japans conception of mandated is at variance with that f other Japanese spokes men have repeatedly said theii mandate over the hundreds of for mer German islands scattered along the route between the Philip pines and Hawaii is equivalent to President subscribed to no such conception at the Versailles Japanese sp bkesmen insist Ore a t B ri tai n and France agreed to Great Britain already has given for which it held a complete independence and France a planning to free over vhich it holds a In Accord With This is in accordance with the jlan agreed upon by the victors in World war that captured terri should be entrusted to var ous nations as guardians with the mderstanding that they would be made free as soon as the popula tions are capable of selfgovern Although the United States re fused to accept any captured icrri thin government has repeated ly stated that it feels its part in winning the war gives it the right to pass on any change in the status of mandated The Japanese navy captured the Germanowned islands in the Mar Marianne and Carolina groups soon after Japan entered the war on the side of the Their strategic oosition makes them important to Japanese naval Japan has repeatedly denied that she is fortifying the STUDENTSlHROW EGGS AT SPEAKER Simpson College Chapel Sees Demonstration After 6 March Student indignation at Simpson col lege over suspension of six students for refusal to sign pledges that they would not violate the college rule against dancing broke out openly today as they threw eggs at president of the college board of Proudfoot had just finished a talk before the students at chapel exer cises when eggs and oranges were thrown upon the During the course of his talk he was interrupt ed several times by booing and the firing of blanks from a Proudfoot stopped his talk once to ask John alumni secre there was anything we can do to quiet this Ive been before audiences all my life and never had firearms ex hibited Proudfoot Referring to a dance held recent ly in violation of the college rules rie asserted that It is better to close the doors of the Institutions than to have rules violated and ab Yesterday seven students were asked to sign pledges not to vio late any rules or encourage their The pledges specifically mentioned Six of the stu dents refused to sign one of the six said that five of them signed today and the other intended to do so WAR UPON JEWS SEEN AS HITLER ASSUMES RULE Chancellor Takes Power of Dictator Granted by March Hitlers legalized four yen1 term as dictator began today with one west ern German state taking action it was thought in some quar may lead to the expulsion ot all eastern Jews within its Tho legislative bodies of both the lerman reich and its greatest have been indefinitely sus The signature oC President Paul von Hindenburg to the de crees which Hitler may desiro to enact is no longer necessary as a result of the reichstags action yes terday in granting absolute power to the No llnnk The Hitler governments commis sioner in a state lying between the Rhine and the French has ordered that no bank or postal funds be delivered to eastern The ban was invoked until all business obligations have been of the eastern Jews in Palatinate emigrated there from Po land since An estimated two fifths of the eastern Jewish popula tion of war and this total was decreilsed by nearly one A British in quiry commission reported 348 Jews killed and many more wounded in Poland in the first year after thfc war there have been many out breaks since then In that New Prussian Tho new Prussian which held its brief organization meeting Wed was expected to be called together again whenever the Hitler party and its the decide on whom they want for premier of The first rup ture Between the nazig and national ists was reported with the former supporting Hitlers right hand Herman minister without for the post and the na tionalists demanding the selection of President von Himlenburgs close Vice Chancellor von who is now commissioner for the The ousted Prussian Otto has fled to chief Carl WOE arrested yesterday on charges of embezzlement but was released to He placed himself at the dis posal of Captain Goering for a re hearing this He was al lowed to vote yesterday with the socialists against the act making Hitlcdictator and then was taken to the ministry of the interior for Official Another embezzlement charge brought a nazi official into custody last Guenther 11021 state commissioner for job crea was arrested on suspicion of diverting funds for his own political The duke of a leadingnazi supporter whose du cal seat has been the residence of former Czar Ferdinand since his departure from has been appointed reich commissoncr for He is chairman of a special committee to promote the mortorization of Pledge Hitler The executive of the reichs fed eration of headed by CJus tav Knipp von Bohlen Und Hol the prominent pledged its support to the Hitler regime in a resolution last night which criticized the vaccilating policies of former Although not stating any for the rcichstag to meet again Chancellor Hitler announced yester day that neither its existence nor that of the the state coun cil which had to approve legislation before it was introduced in the were Ho does not have to refer any longer to either to enact anj even involving the na tional taxation and foreign loans or to Be Spent on Is Claim Estimate Is Based onf Reports Had From 37 BRACK Associated Tress Business NEW March Seth chief statistician of the Dodge es timated today more than 000 will be spent in the next few months for new breweries and for alterations and additions to old The estimate was based on re ports from 37 slates enst of the and on statistical calcula tion for the far western The figure did not include ex penditures for building and rehabil itating retail It cov ered only a small proportion of the sums to be spent for brewery equip and none of the other ex penses incidental to starting the brewing The total has been estimated by the United States Brewers association at Mniiy Reports Schnitman said 170 reports brewery construction had been re ceived since covering 37 astern The total for these states was and he be icved another at leas vould be required for the western In the Pittsburgh area will be spent on 3G Thi district includes the western half o West Ohi and In the list were one pro icct for and one for 00 for Ohio six in Cin cinnati ranging from t one and anothei construction for Louisville a job at Canton Ohio one for at Sandua Ohio and throe for and respectively for Minnesota Is Jn the central Inclini ng North and Soutl1 there were six building irograms for a Minneapolis had foi and r for Paul ivfti for and S was listed for was to be on 35 constructions in the Chicago including upper lower Indiana and Among the 35 were two projects for together with several smaller developments a Turn o IftfiO itltuim fl Will Rogers BEVERLY March democrats are going so fast they are relieving the same man twice before they know Congress passed the farm relief and now are starting an unemployment re lief Well the farm ielief bill re lieved Ihc it give everybody that wasnt working a job to watch the farmer and see that he didnt put in any more rows of potatoes than hr did in It should be called the Sherlock Holmes it created five million democratic detec But anyhow the democrats have justified their For there arc two words we havent heard uttered in three one is and the other is DM you ever see two fads pass out as quick WILL IMcXauyM synillcatc VOTES 78 TO 27 FOR CONVENTION DURING SUMMER Chilhcothe Bank Granted Permission to Reopen March federal reserve hank announced that the First National bank of had been granted a permit to BILL Opponents of Beardsley Act Strengthened by Herring DES March Tho senate spent its morning in consideration of the Beardsley triple tax bill and then resumed its discussion at after the noon The barrage of questions was leveled at sponsors of the bill dur ing the The measure has the support of tax revisionists but has encountered considerable op It was considered that this op position was strengthened by Gov ernor Herrings statement of yes terday that he WFIK opposed to the and hoped that the proa cnt session would devote its ttcn tion to tax leaving the tax revision to the special session in The bill in its present form pro vides for a sales tax of from one half of one per cent to two per cent on gross sales a business franchise tax ranging from onetenth of one per cent to two per cent according to the type of business and an in dividual income tax ranging from one to five per Would Itclieve Senator one of a group of five republicans and five demo cratic senators who sponsored the present explained the pro visions of the He said it would relieve part of tho burden on pro perty and spread the tax Sponsors of the bill have csti mated that It would abou Of this amoun it is proposed that about go into the state general funds ant the balance lo the school Vats Bubbling in Dozen States to Fill Beer Needs Brew Ads Appear District of Minnesota to Allow By THE ASSOCIATED PKKSS In more than a dozen states vats arc bubbling in preparation for put beer 011 sale April Breweries reported they were deluged with New York the suggestion being made that it might be necessary to ration beer among those who had ordered until the supply could catch tip with the Beer advertisements appeared in newspapers for the first time in 13 heralding the date on which ale will be An informal uling by Attorney General Cum hold anticipatory advertise ments were not infractions the Time at Another decision by Cunimings lie time ot which sale could jegin at midnight in each of time Legislators in Washington called he bcor bill passed by the house Thursday to legalize sale in the District of Columbia a model for state The Minnesota voted 130 to ifl Thursday for a regulatory beef uill which had already passed the The bill was returned to the upper house for action on an amendment which raised the cost of licenses to sell beor for connump ion on the from to Xo Kenturky Seth chief statis tician for the Dodge cor pora estimated would be spent in the next few months for new breweries and al terations to old Kentucky state officials decided there was no law to prevent the sale of beer there and unearthed an old slaintc to tax the beverage 10 cents n A bill unanimously by the Alaskan house of representatives and opposed by only one vote in the territorial senate was by Governor Parks repealing the ter ritorial hone dry Five Men Arrested at Des Suspects m Illinois Kidnaping DES March Five men were held here today for federal and Illinois officers in con nection with the kidnaping of Ade hemer Huiighe of TSast Moline last October and John Di Fillippi of Spring last They are Archie John Rocca Garreffa and Joe Varsalona of Chicago and Ted Pat terson oC The men were arrested In n scr ies of raids hero after police had been notified of their Guns and ammunition were found at one of the houses police AntiRepeal Forces Are Bowled Over on All DES March Wi The general assembly voted to call a constitutional convention to con sider the Blainc resolution repealing the eighteenth amendment with the adoption of the bill by the Iowa house The vote was T8 to The bill must go back to the sen ate for routine concurrence in minor clarifying and corrective amend ments made by the The roll call on passage Diim Votes Bos Hanson of Hart Mc Mer Moore of Moore oC Raw Stan Swift of Swift of Speaker I v Hanson of Hu f Mc Sny Strach an Voto Is Absent or not The vote on the measure came with precipitate suddenness after the repeal forces had bowled over amendment after amendment as they were offered in vain attempts to delay Democratic caucus lines held firm throughout teat with only an occasional expected defection from the The democratic re peal forces were augmented by sev eral The iepcal forces were led by Representative Carl Stiger of who moved the svibstitution of the senate bill for a similar measure which been introduced iu the bouse prior to the senate action yes Corrcctlvo minor corrective amend ments were adopted without contro followed by the action of the antirepeal led by Represen tative W Glasell of democrat and Representatives n McCrccrv of Hanson of John Spcidcl of Washing Goodc of Ellsworth of and Dornn of Two of the amendments tiemni which the tvntirepealiRts threw their ereatest efforts were those to change the delegate representation to one for each or major fraction thereof of population in each and to delay election of delegates until the biennial clec CTlirn Iutc Cnlumn S MITCHELL MAKES NOT GUILTY PLEA NEW March A plea ot not gitilty was entered to day by former chair AT an of the National City to an indictment returned earlier in the day by a federal grand charging him with evasion of in come taxes of for year Wed IOWA WEATHER rain Friday night and prolnihly in central and east portions Saturday morning slightly warmer in east portion Friday slightly colder LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 2f hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday 4 I Minimum In NiRht IS AI S PritJay 18   

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