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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 25, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE THE NEWSPAPER THAT B1AKES ALI NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION I MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MARCH 25 1933 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OK TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 147 Roosevelt Politician Thats Why He Likes Advice of Young Intellectuals By CHARLES P STEWART WASHINGTON March 25 CPA gradually is becoming appar ent to President Roosevelts new associates in Washington what the New Yorker gets from members of the college pro fessorial corps he has built up around him that he finds lacking when turns for advice to even the ablest and most disin terested of pub lic men The Moleys and T u g w e 11s whom he con sults are entire ly uninfluenced by political con siderations The president himself does not leave politics out lo Raymond the contrary the more Capitol Hill gets to know him the more its re pect for him grows as one of the keenest politicians who ever occu pied the white house And this is just the point His Own Politician He does not so much need politi cal suggestions he can evolve his own What he does need is an oc casional hint from some he trusts who sees situations from an angle altogether different from his personal angle which he real izes may be a trifle biased or from the angle of any other individual who is lihely to be biased similarly The Moleys and the Tugwells are wholly outside politics Secretary of Agriculture Wallace is much in their class and it has been noticed too that the president is exceptionally respectful of the ideas he decidedly more so than he is of those put forward by persons of far longer experience Seeretarydf the Treasury Woodln also ia entirely beyond the political periphery and the chief has given him a practically free hand throughout the critical period which began with his very entrance into office Budget Director Burget Director Lewis W Doug las is another assistant whom the president may reasonably be be lieved to have chosen largely be cause of his indifference to politics at least of national proportions He picked Douglas il is true from a political position that of Arizonas lone representative but the southwesterner Is essentially the type of a somewhat bookish young who was drawn into politics more or less by accident and the possession of considerable means which really practical pol iticians wanted to enlist in their campaign activities Public office as his acquaintances in congress are perfectly aware did not weigh with him He has to he sure the instinct of service highly developed with little concern whether or not he is rewarded for it making him a particularly desirable candidate for the thankless office into which the new national executive im pressed him May Develop It That the Moleys and Tugwells as well as young Secretary Wallace will not develop the political com plex now that they are in the at mosphene perhaps ia no certainty at all events it is not noticeable in themthus far Functionaries like Secretaries Hull Dern Swanson Tckles and Jioper Postmaster General Farley Attorney General Cummings and perhaps Mra Secretary of Labor Perkins naturally already have it to the nth power not at all to their discredit but they are pro fessionals IGNORE WALLACE PLEA FOR SPEED France Wants to Discuss Debts Hull Not Sure M U S PLANS USE OF POSITION TO END DEPRESSION Pans Declines to Say If It Will Trade Tariff Concessions PAKIS March 25 in tends to open debt negotiations when the new ambassador to Am erica Andre LeFevre de La Boulaye arrives in the United States April 12 it was said today Action has been delayed until the new ambassador could become thoroughly acquainted with the subject A government spokesman declined to say whether the government was ready to grant tariff concessions In return for debt revision Fra ice defaulted last Dec 15 on a interest payment on war debts owed the United States The government of Premier Herriot who favored payment fell on the issue The French parliament now is considering a resolution introduced a week ago by deputy Rene Rich ard calling for the payment of the defaulted interest HULL IS DOUBTFUL AUNT HET By Robert Quillen She pretends shes hap py but no woman satisfied with her husband stands at the door that long talkin to goodlbokin peddlers WASHINGTON March 25 Secretary Hull told today that he could not say at the ovuvo would discuss war debts with na tions which have defaulted In answer to inquiries the secre tary of stato said As to the governments that are in default or have deferred their payments on the intergovernmental debts I cannot say at the present time that we would sit in with thos2 governments in future discussions of their debts The statement was made only a short time after announcement had been made in Paris that the new French ambassador would begin discussions of war debts immedia tely on his arrival Aprlr 12 France and several other nations failed to meet debt payments duo Esc 15 Greatest Creditor Out of the Roosevelt administra tions first diplomatic discussion on war debts there emerged today def inite indications that the United States will use its position as the greatest creditor nation to obtain international cooperation to break the world depression The strategy to be employed took shape at a state department confer ence yesterday in which the United States talked with first of its war Britain Those initial conversations be tween Secretary Hull of the state department and Ambassador Lind say Great Britain will be followed by long and careful negotiations be fore it can be seen how well the plan will work Progress Watched Progress or lack of it meanwhile will be carefully watched by many nations particularly those which like Great Britain owe the United ITilm to illge 2 Column 61 ORDERS RETRIAL FORTOMMOONEY Judges Action New Step in 16 Year Fight Against Bomb Conviction SAN FRANCISCO March 25 IJ new trial for Thomas J Mooney was ordered today by Su perior Judge Louis H Ward on the plea of defense attorneys that he be given a new chance to acquit him self of the bombing of the San Francisco Preparedness day parade here in 1916 The action of Judge Ward was another step in the 16 year fight to clear Mooney of responsibility for the explosion that killed 10 and in jured 40 persons Mooney and his sympathizers have always contend ed he was framed by capitalistic interests The movement to free him has been of world wide propor tions for years Mooney will be tried on a murder indictment that never was used He was convicted of a similar charge and sentenced to hang but the sentence was commuted to life Im prisonment after intervention by President Woodrow Wilson i Beer Law Up to Governor in Minnesota Olson to Sign Monday Iowa Assembly to Take Up Bill ST PAUL March 25 lation providing for manufacture and sale of beer with a maximum alcoholic content of 32 per cent was enacted in Minnesota today and sent to Gov Floyd B Olson who said tie would sign it With the governors signature beer will be come legal in the state on April 7 The measure approved as amend ed today SO to 21 in the house and 43 to 7 in the senate provides for regulation of manufacture and sale It does not specify alcoholic con tent but this is taken care of by another oct passed previously set ting at 32 per cent by weight the maximum alcoholic content of li quor which may be handlel in the state The governor said he would sign this also Enforcement A third act repealing state pro hibition enforcement legislation has been passed by the house and will come before the senate Tues day Governor Olson said passage of this measure was not necessary to permit dispensation ot 32 per cent beer as the other two acts au tomatically repeal previous legisla tion inconsistent with them Governor Olson said he expected to sign the legislation Monday His approval makes the measure effec tive immediately but April 7 must be awaited because the national act permuiiug percent beer will not be law until To Take Up Beer DES MOINE3 March 25 The CooneyDitto beer bill is to be revamped and may be taken up in the legislature next week it was learned today One of the proposed provisions under consideration is the imposi tion of a state tax ranging from 51 to a barrel It is also under stood that the state licensing fea ure of the present bill be retained although there has been some talk of fixing the licensing in the hands of municipalities Cochran Trial Will Be Resumed Monday ELK POINT S Dak March 25 testimony in the trial of Nile Cochran Moville Iowa farmer charged with being an ac cessory to the murder of R D Mar milk trucker will be resumed Monday following a recess Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Gal March Shaw you let me come to your home in London talk to you for a long time I always said I never met a man I didnt like You would all like Shaw if you met him that is everybody that ia fair and honest with themselves You wont be able to figure him out And that makes the smart fel lows sore He is one cross word puzzle that has never been worked Writers animosity to Shaw is that they didnt think of saying what he had already said He is away ahead of em England in all these years dont know if he is for em or against em and a fellow Irishman knows no more about him than a Zulu Now when a guy can do all that and put it over give him credit He does no harm Sir James Barry told me that he was a very charitable human man he does much good amuse1 and in structs multitudes so as wise cracking is our national pas time and we have a foreigner come here who can mke a suck er out of us doing why lets be good sports and admit it For as far as knowing the real Bernard Shaw we havent got a man in America that can see past his whiskers So viva Bernard Look us over and dont let our hospitality stand in the way of you telling us Just about what cage in the zoo we belong Its bound to do us some good Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright McNaucht Syndicate THREE MEN WILL BE ELECTED AT MONDAYS POLL Eight Voting Places to Be Open From 7 A M Until 8 P M Wivh three out or seven candi dates to be placed in city counci positions and with the question of whetiier or not the municipal bane shall be continued to be settled at the ragular city election Monday preparations for taking the poll werenearing completion Saturday Voting equipment was being dis tributed to the various precincts The seven candidates in the field are C F Bull J J Burns J T Laird David Olson Ray E Pauley Carl Rye and Raymond Zack Mr Burns Mr Laird and Mr Olson have announced themselves as ticket to fill the three positions T other candidates have stated they were independent City polls will open at 7 oclock Monday morning and will remain open until 8 oclock in the evening according to J H McEwen citj clerk Voting places will be provided in each of the eight precincts of the city Thj polling places will be First First precinct public school ad ministration building Second pro clnct Mason City Lumber com paiiy office 4 Fifteenth stree uattAlKaa Second First precinct assembly room a the courthouse Second precinct Mclimley school 1510 North Fed eral avenue Third First precinct Iupincr garage 125 Delaware avenue southeast Second precinct Roosevelt school 1520 Pennsylvania avenue south east Fourth First precinct Crystal Lake Ice and Fuel company office 11 First street southwest Second precinct KKO garage 732 South Federal avenue In the second precinct of the first ward voting will be done in the main office of the Mason City Lum ber company rather than in one of HAND QUESTION Ul Because the question concern ing the continuation of the mu nicipal band is negatively stated on the ballot the method of marking the ballot has been called to attention by in terested in the measure The ballot reads Shall the power to levy a tax for the main tenance of employment oE a band be cancelled followed ay squares marked Yes and No In other words persons wish ing to vote for the continuation of the band should mark their ballots No while persons wish ing the band to be discontinued should mark their ballots Yes the lumber sheds as in the past The change is made to avoid pos sible mud or snow in the lumber yard Judges and clerks for the elec tion have been selected and were approved at a recent city council meeting Officers selected were First pre cinct of the first ward Mario Ran dall and Mra Fred White clerks Mrs J H Tait Herman Doderer and Mrs Leah Washburn judges second precinct of the first ward Jane Stinson Mrs Tuva Bergland clerks Tom Locke Mrs S M Dechar Mrs C L Meade judges First precinct of the second ward Mrs Louise Krall Mrs Fred Shaf fer clerks Mrs Harriet Michael R H Nichols C A Cadwell judges second precinct of the sec ond ward Mrs J H Murray Mrs C Kreeburg clerks A L Chapin Perry Foster Mra C Delacy judges First precinct of the third ward Mrs Lester Hawkins Mrs Elmer Nangle clerks R V McCulIocn Mrs R Mellem and Eva Fell judges second precinct of the thin ward Margaret Kelly Mrs J G Jones clerks Irene Bell F C Good man B R Thomas judges First precinct of the fourth ward Mrs Esther De Sart Mrs Edward C Deeney clerks Mrs Eva Hub bard C I Clark Mrs J V Camp bell judges Second precinct of the fourth ward Blanche Wyborncy Mary Stebbins clerks Mrs August Han son Mrs O W Rarick and Ira Shaner judge NO PERSECUTION HERMAN GOERING Over 15300 of 19296 Banks in Nation Are Open Survey Indicates 5328 of Federal Reserve Banks Doing Business A survey indicated Saturday that more than 15300 of the approxi mately 19296 banking institutions in the country were open again to day some still restricted Of the approximately 0891 insti tutions that are members of the feil eral reserve system 5328 were aomg business More than 10000 of the approxi mately 12405 institutions that are nonmembers of the reserve arc open The situation by federal reserve districts for member banks and by states for nonmember banks fol lows the figures including all bank ing institutions controlled by the reserve and by the various state banking departments KnEllAI HKSKIiVli MKMIIKUK PhilnrSelphlft fifi Cleveland M Klchrmmil qo Tn Atlanta chicnco Minneapolis Kansas Clly I Dallas H7 ST Snn Kranclscu TOTAL NOV State Arizona CnliforriU Colorado Connecticut Dclmvare District of Columbia riorlilrt Irlalio Illinois IncMnna Itvvrt Kansas Kent nek Ii U Is f nil a Maine Jitirylnml Mississippi Montana Nebraska Ncvadi Now irnmpsrure New Jcnrcy v Mexico New York North Carolina Dakota Ohio Okainma Orepon Pennsylvania Tslanrl Soulh Carolina In Dakoin Tennessee as t hnnilicr 1 10 107 ifir BOi 50S 353 183 330 II MS 121 M7 119 4Kr Vermont Virginia WashinRton West VlrRlnla Wisconsin WyominR Ml ma lTJ I S3 MS ior IBS r 12 1H 21 1041 MD n27 2M 70 302 17 sn iyj MI 138 11 C3S TOTALJ2137 10338 IA Approsimatfily open with rfislrlctitinh hut unavaflahle mmeiiintciy numbe President Signs Bill to Help State Banks WASHINGTON March 25 resident Roosevelt Friday signed he bill making the federal reserve system available to nonmember banks during the emergency GERMAN LEADER DENIES JEWS TO BE PERSECUTED Goering Asks Nations to Be Fair in Judging His Country BERLIN March 2S cution of any man simply because he Is a Jew will not be tolerated said Capt Hermann Goering minis ter without portfolio in an impas sioned address today to foreign cor respondents in which he pleaded for fairness in estimating the German situation He also expressed the opinion that Jews ant socialists abroad were rendering their German friends a poor service by making unfavor able reports on German conditions or by holding protest max meet ings Every German he said smiles when he learns that on next Mon day prayer meetings will be held in America Admits Some Excesses While admitting excesses during the first days of the German revo lution he claimed the government had adopted most stringent meas ures including the death penalty for further transgressions The many excesses committed during the first days of the nation al revolution he said must be attri buted to provocations in brown shirts The brown shirt ia a part of the uniform There is not one person In all Germany from whom even one fin gernail has been chopped off the minister declared Some Beaten Up It is true that some storm troop ers have terribly beaten up this one or that one but you must remem ber the terrible bitterness that has prevailed among men who have been persecuted for 10 years It is humanly understandable if they took justice in their own hands The world must be thankful to us however that we have estab lished order so quickly I will not ever stand for perse cuting a man simply bccaiise lie is a Jew He continued The strictest order also lias been issued to all nationalistic or ganizations that under no circum stances are they to molest foreign ers Travelers from elsewhere com ing here this summer will enjoy the fullest freedom and witness a na tion proud of Its resurrection Captain Goeringsaid lie knew what was being telephoned and cabled yet he opposed establishing a censorship No Jrotesr Reason To proclaim abroad that Ju dah declared war on Germany the minister continued may re sult in the German masses react ing thereto in a different manner from what the proponents desire What we are doing domestical ly is our affair and there is no more reason for protesting abroad than there is for holding protest meetings in Germany against for instance Frances employment of black soldiers Captain Goering pledged untiring efforts to maintain law and order He invited the group of corres pondents to visit Ernst Thaclniann candidate for president in the last eexcutive election and others who are in jail to see that they are un harmed ROBIN FIGHTS ON ff Tin1 battle which this robin luis wngril with himself reflccfc cd In the mirror of the window piinc of the office of Dr II E Sonjror of Ivuisas City Mo has chiimcd the interest ot the entire city For more than two weeks the disillusioned bird him fought with his reflection which consists of beating nwuy it the window with his wings feet and bill MULLEN REJECTS US COURT POST Tells Roosevelt He Can Best Serve Administration as Private Citizen March 25 Arthur P Mullen of Nebraska to day declined the offer of President Roosevelt for appointment to tho federal circuit court of appeals In a letter to the president Mul len expressed his appreciation of the offer and added My viow is that inthese stern and tragic times tnd until your program has been made effective I can render greater service to you and to your administration as li private citizen than I can in any office Mullen personally delivered his inclination to the president Ho wns the Roosevelt floor manager in the national convention Kate Smith Operation Called Satisfactory NEW YORK March 25 Kate Smith singer and screen act ress ws operated on today to re lieve a condition caused by blood poisoning At Mount Sinai hospital where the operation was performed her condition was reported as satisfactory J M Byrnes Burial Will Be at Waverly WASHINGTON March 2S The body of T M Byrnes 71 n rep resentative of a group of middle western farmers who died here yes terday of pneumonia will be taken to Waverly Iowa for burial Laddie loiva Collie Glad to Come Back to Eichers Congressmans Dorj Is Lost as Mistress Goes Shopping Globefiawtle Washington liiircuti WASHINGTON March resenSative Edward C Eicher of Washington Iowa is the kind of master to have and just about the best dog finder in the world accord ing to Laddie an affectionate but venturesome Iowa collie who got lost and found in the National capi tal Last Saturday afternoon Laddin and the Eicher automobile were left in tlie charge of a parking lot at tendant while Mrs Eichor went shopping Laddie escaped and went sight seeing Seventysix hours Inter he was still missing despite police scout ears Hinting for him and rewards offered The whole Eicher family was brokenhearted They decklen to nunl once more themselves and in their car went scouting in the neighborhood from which reports had come of a stray log There was no sign of Laddie find so they finally started homo ward only to be stopped by traffic light and while they waited for the red tj change to green Liiddie came ambling up the street toward them SENATES FARM GROUP TO GO ON WITH HEARINGS No Chance for Report on Farm Bill Before Thursday WASHINGTON March 25 Despite a plea by Secretary Wal lace for speed the senate agricul ture committee decided today to continue hearings on the adminis tration farm bill next week and prospects were that it would not be reported to the senate before Thursday at the earliest The decision of the committee was reached after Wallace in open session reasserted for the adminis tration an insistence that its orig inal farm relief measure be passed unchanged Nothing less will suffice he told the committee detailing his views of the farm emergency and emphasizing that there could be no delay if any good was to be done this year Opposed to Substitute He opposed definitely the substi tute bill which Senator Smith D S chairman of the commit tee put forward In place of the bill which the house passed overwhelm ingly early this week After Wallace concluded his tes timony the committee held a brief executive meeting There it was decided to call rep resentatives of all nine commodi ties covered in the wheat corn cotton hogs cattle sheep tobacco rice and dairy tro ducts The witnesses to beheard begin ning Monday wjll Snctudeprpducers Chairman Smith would not pre dict when the measure might be reported but said it might be ready by Thursday Senntor McNary R for mer chairman was not so optimis tic He saw little likelihood that the bill could be made ready for senate action next week Wallace said Congress has granted such au thority as that now asked to meet the banking emergency It should in my judgment do likewise in meeting the agricultural emergency which is so intimately interwoven with the banking situation and the industrial depression Contrast to Simpson His words were in outright con trast with the testimony of the wit ness who immediately preceded him John A Simpson president of the national farmers union who said of the administration bill Its absolutely impossible Only yesterday afternoon Wal lace had taken up the farm relief question at the Roosevelt cabinet table discussingthe substitute plnn of Senntor Smith D S Carl chairman of the committee under which the most drastic provisions of the measure would be reduced or stricken out altogether Restoration Kssential Wallace said the administration accepts as a fundamental principle the view that restoration of the farmers buying power is an essen tial part of the program to relieve the present economic emergency not only tor agriculture but ali industry and a large portion of our national credit structure He denied he had estimated the cost of the measure ftt SSOOOOO 000 Ko sound estimate can be in advance he said Wallace opposed the substitute of Chairman Smith of the committee mini I 3 Odlnnin Tl Wea Then there was great rejoicing al though poor Laddie wet and be draggled from three days of rainy weather cried like a baby all the way home except for a few minutes of licking beloved hands Those J days were his first away from home in the four years since his puppy1 hood and will be his last he barks IOWA WEATHER slightly colder in the enst and central portions Satur day night Sunday fair LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar company weather figures for 2t hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morn ing IWuximum Kriiliiy 37 Minimum In Night 27 At 8 A M sg Snowfall frenlplfition 37 Northwest wind partly olondv WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO March 25 Weather outlook for the week begin ning Monday March 27 For the upper Mississippi and low er Missouri valleys and the north ern and central great plains Some precipitation nt beginning and to ward end of week Temperatures near ormal   

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