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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 1, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                Norf ft Iowas AILY Edited for the Home XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVIUB THK NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS XEIGHBOKS MASON CITYJOWA SATURDAY APRIL EDITION L JVJOJ J J00O THIS IAlBR CONSISTS OK TWO SECTIONS SECTION NO 153 OOSEVELT SLASHES VETERANS AID COMMODITIES TOD FROM M AID BILL e Group Agrees on About Like One House Passed 3INGTON April 1 sheep flax and peanuts t out of the farm relief bill y the senate agriculture ee whose members then in the general form of a bill 1 be about the same as the ration relief measure pass le house nan Smith D S Car an the bill would be reported enate on Monday and that major question yet to be led was whether to incorp an alternative relief plin Jailed Simpson production ranty proposal Would Insure Cost impson plan advocated by j Simpson president of the Farmers Union would in farmer the cost of pro OD that share of his crop ato the domestic market federal price fixing some modifications as yet d on by the committee expected it to be added Mil as an alternative and method at the discretion of tary of agriculture Cattle Sheep Out i and sheep were eliminated notion of Senator Kendrick ming the assistant demo sder by a 9 to G vote Two forts by Kendrick earlier in c to have them cut out had ected ind peanuts came out with iiura vultjTYliicb leaven tlio f Wawhineli hssic commodities in the tlves association cotton corn bogs rice and dairy products Man Drowned in Flooded Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal April fellow Roosevelt never get9 through surprising us We just find out now that he spcals French fluently Thats the sec ond linguistic surprise he has handed us The other waa the night the banks closed We know he could speak English but we didnt know he could talk Amer ican till that night In fact he has got three speaking accom plishments he is the only guy who can talk turkey to the senate Every man gets an opportunity once in a lifetime That little country banker in New York named Morgan has his now he just steps up to the senate witness stand and can show the boys where he has a business and not a racket why he can step down a hero but If he cant tho boat sails Wednesday Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1933 McNaiislit Syndicate RAILROADS DENY CUTTING WAGES Rock Island Illinois Central Accused of Violating Contracts CHICAGO April i of the Rock Island railroad denied today that the road had made any leduction in wages as stated in ITS PART IN HN KIDNAPING Wrested in Manitoba Abduction of Youth at St Paul JIPEG April 1 M e Winnipeg lawyer repre the state of Minnesota in radition of Ray Robinson i at Rorketon Man today word by telephone from m that Robinson had made statement and confession iwas implicated in the Bas in kidnaping at St Paul last irrestcd liy Mounlies CETON Man April 1 binson alias Ray Anderson here today by Roya n mounted police on an ex a warrant for alleged com in the kidnaping of Haske ion of a wealthy St Pm atoimanufacturer on Jun arrant was issued in Winni Justice W J Donovan o ength of a warrant frou ita chargIng Robinson lankey and John Doe wit g 512000 for the release 0 vho was seized blindfolde into an automobile In 1 and taken to Minneapoli captors who sent extortion s to his father i ay l The employes have been given opportunities to contribute volun tarily if they wish to do so the statement said There has been no deduction or reduction in pay The Illinois Central system was said by Whitney to have under taken a similar plan with its em ployes Officials the road however de clined to comment except to state We have in no way violated our contract with our employes and do not Intend to do so Both roads executives declined to bo quoted personally on the subject or to reveal details of the contrib ution plan PAINT SIGNS ON JEWISH STORES BOYCOTT OPENS Holiday Crowds Throng Streets to Watch Nazi Troops BERLIN April 1 shirted nazis with buckets of paint tramped through Berlins business section today stopping at each shop run by a Jew and splashing across the shaw window a sign identifying the place At their heels followed holidav crowds The day of the boycott ordered by the national socialist party against all Germanys Jewa coinciding with April fools day and Bismarcks birthday brought more people downtown in the balmy sunny weather than had been seen for a long time Each time the brown shirtr stopped to hangup a placard crowds clustered about them Thats right they said freeze them out then well take over their shops No Disorder Shown There had been no disorder any where up to the end of the after noon There were few Jews to be seen but the rest of the populace seemed to accept a black placard with a splash of yellow paint to des ignate Jewish shops The black and yeHow quaran tine sign was frequently seen but there were others reading Danger store and A the Jew with u red akull and r execu1 crossbones scrawled below the warn ing On several Jewish shops the na ris hung placards reading If the traitor you would be purchase from Dietrich Klugges Nazi minis ter of the interior of Brunswick whoso action in suppressing throughout that state the Steel Helmet league of monarchist war veterans indicates an omin ous rift in the ranks of the par ty now In power in Germany The Steel Helmets were nl llcd with the Nazis in winning control of the country at the last elections JNT HET By Robert Quillen never knew a woman a dutiful wife that look like shed been I through a knot hole President at Meeting to Debate Emergency Plans for Railroads WASHINGTON April 1 President Roosevelt went into con ference late today with representa tives of the railroads to talk over his emergency legislation for a fed eral coordinator Secretaries Roper and Perkins joined the president in the meeting in his executive office with the spokesmen of the rail ex ecutives and labor and the sentatives of investors repre Prohibition Bureau to Confine Activities to Illegal Transportation WASHINGTON April 1 Activities of the prohibition bureau ireert the the Jewr Begins on Schedule The boycott began on schedule at 10 oclock but at that hour many Jewish shops remained open despite the signs on their windows The big department stores and the Jewish chain tsores all over Germany did not open By government order the boycott ends tonight Then if the atrocity propaganda published abroad does not cease the campaign will be re newed on Wednesday Yesterday Joseph Goebbels gov ernment propaganda chief said there were indications that the re ports abroad of persecution of the Jews here were ebbing The state ment was taken as an indication that the government does not ex pect that resumption of the boy cott on Wednesday will be nec essary Pickets in Franl Pickets shuffled back and forth in front of Jewish stores which re mained open but they freely ad mitted foreigners who could identi fy themselves as such The stock exchange was picketed too but Jewish brokers did not come down to their offices and most of the nonJew members of Turn 1o Pnpo 2 iolumn 2 House Approves of Act to Delay Tax Reduces Interest Penalty to Send Moratorium Bill Back to Senate DBS MOINES April 1 pThe tax moratorium bill was passed bv the Iowa house today in a belated rush to aid Iowa taxpayers but it struck a snag in the senate v VnS the which Pro vides that taxes shall not become delinquent until July 1 instead of April 1 THROWN OUT OF BOAT AFTER IT GOES OVER DAM Many North Iowa Rivers Abate Much Damage Is Reported Floods in North Iowa took tlieir first toll of life Friday night when N B Dorman was drowned as his boat went over a dam at North wood Reports Saturday Indicated that most streams were subsiding from the highest peak they had reached in many years routing hundreds of residents from homes blocking highway traffic and caus ing great damage Dorman about 40 years of age launched a boat on which he had installed a motor about G oclock Friday evening above the dam on the Shell Rock river at Northwood The motor sputtered and then stop ped There were no oars in the boat Witnesses on the shore stated Dorman did not seem excited as the boat approached the dam over which about two feet of turbulent water was flowing The boat went over the dam and Dorman was thrown out Then the boat capsized Body Is Kccovered Dormans body disappeared under the water and it seemed he made little struggle to save himself It was believed his head might have struck the side of the boat or a rock Tho body was not seen until it hod gone about 100 feet down stream About anhour later the body was recovered in an eddy around a bend about a quarter of a mile below on the east side of the river This point Is at the east end 1900th Holy Year Opens With Ceremony at Rome Door of St Broken With Popes Golden Hammer VATICAN CITY Wielding a golden April 1 hammer Pope of Crescent park Two physicians worked for an terest the house reduced the in penalty This necessitated sending the measure back to the senate where absence of a number of members delayed consideration ihe house amendment reduced the interest penalty from 1 cent as provided in the of per original re and tFansporta tion of distilled liquors under a rul ing issued Friday by Amos W W Woodcock the director Woman 124th Victim of California Quakes ARTESIA Cal April 1 fatality ot the March 10 earthquakes occurred today in the death of Mrs Harrie Asmus 54 in jured in the collapse or a store at Bellflower month Under the terms of the bill the interest penalty would be charged from April 3 if the first b Juirainl taXCS Was ot paid Dangerous Measure Representative Speidel of Wash ington declared the bill was n dan gerous measure and afforded only slight relief He said many muni cipal bonds had already dropped in Price since the bills passage by th The bill was classed as one of the more Important this session by Representative McCreery of Linn Ditto of Michigan to Decide Dry Issue on Monday lirect and iTTu W tho stnte voters will de ULL u v tiiy uiUC of a state on national consti tutional prohibition Michigan Monday The 100 100 will come in The voters on that day will elect legates to a state convention of to consider ratifica ion of the proopsed amendment to he federal constitution repealing he eighteenth amendment and pro idun for the protection of dry tatev Week Alter Election ihe convention to be held April 0 lust one week after the election vlll iie a mere formality as its ac lon will have been decided in ad ance by the popular vote In Mon ays election 100 candidates are lodged to repeal and 100 against The election is not a statewide efereudum in the sense that a ma termine the action of the convention Rather it amounts to the election of a special one chamber legislature on the sole issue of ratification Chosen by Districts Each legislative district of the labor released with the reduction in crops win state will be represented in the con vent r by the same number of dele gates it sends to the house ot rep resentatives in the state legisla ture In most cases this is one but a few districts have more the lat est being the city of Detroit witi seventeen Most of the legislative districts are single counties The system adopted for electin the first convention of this typa in the history of the United States makes it possible for the conven tions majority to favor a course in opposition to the statewide majn ity vote but observers do not ex pect this to happen j il told the house that hundreds of nple have money tied up in banks through no fault of own and Thor them relief Ifte liquor question bobbed up in uie house today in consideration of the White bill which would gvc dentists the right to use intoxicat ing liquors in the practice of their profession Defended ly White wifiJ6 measilrc defended by White Mitchell of Webster and Johnson of Linn They pointed out that the state dental association favored the bill that it would 1 low a dentist only six pints of li quor a year and that it would make the Iowa law conform to the fed eral statutes Representative Weed ol Madison said that some dentists had told him they were opposed to the bill while Representative Speidel of Washington asked why not go all the way for all the professions After debating for more than an hour the sifting committee meas ure which would require all state employes except those paid on an hourly basis to operate state owned automobiles and carry liability in surance as a condition of their employment action was deferred until the first of the week Meets Opposition The measure met considerable opposition by a number of members who said if the state made this re quirementit should be general for operators of all cars Passage was urged on the ground that the great hour over the body but their efforts to revive Dorman were futile Sev eral hundred residents were on the banks when the body was found The fire alarm had been sounded and grab hooks from the fire de partment were used to bring the body t bore Before the body was recovered men waded into the stream with ropes tied to their waists but their feet were swept out from under them by the swollen waters The dam furnished power to operate a grist mill Leaves Wife Daughter Dorman was a World war veteran and saw extensive service in the navy He was employed as rural letter carrier He formerly resided In Manchester Surviving arc his wife Edith daughter of Mr and Mrs J T Snyder of Northwood and a daughter Edith Louise 5 He attended Iowa State college at Ames before he enlisted In the navy The drowning victim was using his boat for the first time this spring Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at the North wood Baytlst church the Rev A M Whitby pastor in charge Northeast Flooded Rampant streams of northeast Iowa continued to lend their fores to the flooding of lowland property The Cedar river was a chief of fender It roared bankfull along a foot wide river bed at Waver Tijrn to IuRe Column 7t Pius broke down the holy door of St Peters this morning and inaug urated the holy year in commem oration of the 1900th anniversary of the passion death and resurrec tion of Christ Nearly 30 cardinals royalty dip lomats the Roman aristocracy and high prelates from many nations saw the holy door of brick loorened yesterday fall away when the pope struck it thrice with the hammer of solid gold Among the cardinals were the newly created ones Pietro FumasoniBondi former apostolic delegate at Washington and Jean Marie Rodrigue Villeneueve arch bishop of Quebec Close to Lines A great throng crowded close to the lines of papal gendarmes and Swiss guards Most of them were unable to see anything iince the ritual of the holy door was held in the portico outside the cathedral proper They later however saw the pope at close range when the pontiff entered the basilica to im part his blessing Pope Pius opening of another en trance to the enormous basilica an entrance usually thrown open only once every 25 years was symbolic of the stream of several hundred thousand pilgrims the Vatican ex pects will flow into St Peters dur ing the holy year The ritual he used dated back to the time of the Borgia pone Alex tinder VI who decreed a jnMy year in 1500 A D f Lcuves Apartment Shortly before 11 oclock thii morning his holiness wearing f White cassock and cape left his nri vatc apartment and with an cscorl of prelates and the noble guard went to the hall of the vestments where the cardinals awaited him They helped him put on the sacred vestments and the white damask mitre Under a baldacchin or canopy and preceded by the cardinals other prelates and the Swiss and noble guard the pope walked to the sis URGED AS ENVOY Sevcnil prominent democrats hnvo urged appointment nf Col Alvin Owslcy of Dallas Tex ns minister to Canada Asso ciated Press photo MORGANSTOLD tine chapel sacrament to venerate the blessed There he chanted the Turn to Iaie 2 Cnlumn AGREE ON PLANS FOR TENNESSEE Congressional Leaders and Cabinet Members at Conference WASHINGTON April 1 white house conference today brought an agreement of legisla tion for development of the Tenn essee valley including restoration of the Muscle shoals Alabama power and nitrate plant President Roosevelt talked over the program with congressional leaders and cabinet officers in volved in the project Some details remain to be worked out hut a mes sage to congress some time next week is in prospect The bill of Senator Norris R Nebr for establishment of a gov ernment board to operate and con trol the giant Muscle shoals pro perty Is the basis of the administra tion program Construction of an auxiliary dam at Dpvc creek in the Clinch river in Tennessee is provided Vcni Creator while kneeling Then his holiness proceeded through a throng of cheering faithful down to the right of the main altar of St Peters Twelve were waiting with the portable throne which the pope mounted and was carried to the portico of St Peters while two other attendants known as flabel i walked alongside slowly moving enormous fans of ostrich feathers Mel by Cardinal On arriving at the portico his holiness was met by Cardinal Pi celli high priest of the Basilica Six Swiss Guards sounded a blast on sil ver trumpets The people closely packed inside the portico shouted Viva il papa The pope ascended a throne erect ed at the holy door with the car dinals In attendance Cardinal Lo renzo Lauri presented his holiness the golden hammer made from do nations by bishops throughout the world Deep silence fell over the throng as the pope descended and struck at a little cross of black marblo In the middle of door the holy J At the same time he chanted a verse from the psalms Aperite mihi portas institiae ye to me the gates of Choir Response The Sistine choir nearby chanted the response Ingressus in cas con fitcbor Domino will go in to them and give praise to the Then his holiness struck the door with the gold hammer another time chanting Introibo m Domum Tuam Domine will como into Tliv house The choir anwered Adorabo ad templum sanctum tuuin in timore tuo win worslnp at thy holy temple In fear of Finally his holiness gave the third and strongest blow breaking the thin marble cross and chanting Banking Committee Ap proves Extending of Au thority for Inquiry WASHINGTON April 1 Ferdinand Peeora counsel for the senate stock marketing investigat ing committee said today he had advised officers of J p Morgan and company to hold themselves in readiness for summons in con nection with the committees pro posed inquiry Into all private bank and investment houses Authority for the committee CALLS FOR CUTS OF 400 MILLIONS 1 ALLOWANCES Reduced Schedules Will Become Effective on Julyl WASHINGTON April i w President Roosevelt today ordered reduction in veterans allowances to talling approximately Using the extraordinary power vested in him by the economy act the chief executive shortly after p m signed the order drafted by Lewis Douglas director of budget and Frank T Hines voter ans administrator who were pres ent when he signed The reduced rates are effective July 1 Schedules Lowered Makng public the lowered sched ules of allowances the president is sued the following statement In connection with the publica tion today of the regulations having to do with veterans benefits I do not want any veteran to feel thai he and his comrades are singled out to make sacrifices On the contrary I want them to know that the regulations Issued are but an integral part of our economy program embracing every depart ment ind agency ol the government to wnich every employe is making his or her contribution Welfare of Citl7cn I naked them to appreciate not only does their welfare but n the welfare of every Mil depend upon the JL ot tha credit of theiljiUUi and that they also JnP new regulations ted the savings of While it is that many thousands will be adversely affected they stated no estimate as to exact numbers can be given until the reviews authorized have been accomplished Adequately Cured For It can be said however that al men who acquired their disabilities in tho military or naval service and the dependents of those who die from such disabilities are adequatc ly cared for Also that th to more seriously dis these institutions resolution ap extend its stock market investiga tion to include was contained in proved today by the full banking committee Chairman Fletcher Us author will seek senate approval early next week The committee intends to inquire into all phases of private bank op erations but Peeora said it prob ably would take several weeks to may out a line of inquiry intothe Morgan case the first to be tackled Peeora said he had advised 1 P Morgan John W Davis counselfor the firm and Thomas W Lamonl i member to have all members of Uie company prepared to answer subpoenas Peeora thought hearings would not be started for about month abled war veterans are entitled eith er to 1 pension or hospital or domi ciliary care The new regulations contain al most 30 printed pagey The Hines Douglas summary disclosed that tie tiites to be paid for war time disabilities are for 10 per cent S8 monthly 25 per cent 50 per cent 75 per cent 60 and 100 per IjiSO m a louder voice Aperite mini portas quoninm nobiscum deus ye to me Turn In Fast 1 Column I Kansas Prison Clerk S R Calahan Held on Larceny Charge E R Calahan of near Nora Springs is held in the county jail on a charge of stealing a domestic an mal His hearing is scheduled he ore Justice M C Coughlon Calahan is accused of and butchering a calf belonging to W H Dyer farmer living at the northeast edge of Mason City last January according to officers He is also charged with stealing a tire from a Belmond resident officers said Calls Many of Foreign Securities Worthless WASHINGTON April 1 jji Walter L Miller of the commerce department Friday told the house in terstate commerce committee that much of the twelve billion dollars in foreign securities issued in this country since the war have proved worthless E C Landis chief clerk of the Kansas state prison here was kid naped on a highway today by four men who vainly sought the Insti tution payroll but was released un harmed near Holiday Kans half an hour later To Permit Beer Sale at Army Navy Posts WASHINGTON April j President Roosevelt has decided to allow sale of 32 beer at army posts and naval stations in states wheri such sale ia permissible Favor R F C Loans to Insurance Firms WASHINGTON April 1 The senate bankingcommittee to day favorably reported the Fletch er bill to permit the Reconstruction corporation to make loans to assist in reorganizing of insurance com panies with an amendment barring any loans to companies paying any officer more than 517500 a year Wea IOWA WEATHER Cloudy cooler In extreme west portion Sunday generally LOCALSTATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Frldny 40 Minimum in Night 2f At 8 A M ft llalrifaU 05 WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO April 1 mtloolt for tho week beginning April 3 h For the upper Mississippi and ower Missouri valleys and the lorthorn and central great plains Not much precipitation indicated first half of week most y moderate temperatures   

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