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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 15, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH lOHANS NEIGHBORS ME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRIL 15 1933 Tins PATER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 165 May Give Up and Go Home Congress Not Quite as Sheeplike as at First house wisnes as By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON April 15 CPA abrupt ad journment of congress any day leaving President Roose velt to meet the rest of his years nationalemer gencies by proc lamation Is sug gested by a con siderable number of lawmakers as a distinct possi bility Capitol hill certainly is less and less amen able to white the days pass Nothing pronounced enough to be called insurgency has developed In the democratic ranks but action in compliance with the slightest hint from the other end of Pennsylvania avenue is not as prompt as it was It ia noticeable that Speaker Rainey each time he guesses at the legislative adjournment date guess es it a little later as multiplying delays upset hia calculations Nn Serious Difference Matters by no means have reached a point where a serious dif ference of opinion between the executive mansion and the capitol even threatens Still there is p democratic element on the hill which no longer responds to every admlnistration recommendation with its earlier enthusiasm All this was to have been ex pected and indeed so it was but that is no reason why Jefferson ian leadership can afford to disre gard it The real danger exists that sooner or later it will drift into a series of long drawn out ar guments and public men generally agree that such a situation simply would not do At best democrats realize that it would be ruinous to theirparty and at worst tt would is official Washingtons consensus that 4he country would not stand it Too Much Talking Already there is an appreciation of the perils of too much talking Then senate where most of it is done is holding it by tacit consent to a minimum and the house of representatives when there is a prospect of a bit of speech making that the managers are apprehensive of as likely to be overly volcanic for the home folks good quits work for the afternoon and scatters In short congress is not uncon scious of the risks involved in any extended controversy Jn the midst of so acute a crisis Nevertheless the chance ofone is ever present Important Issues Policies are being put forward almost daily at present which ap pear to exceedingly large groups and interests to spell changes prac tically of life and death to them Agriculture or organized labor for example may regard as abso lutely essential to its survival some measure which other perfectly honest men look on as fatally un sound and sure to result in ulti mate disaster to the entire people An issue of this sort Inevitably will be fought to the last ditch on both sides in complete sincerity The democrats have the power to force an immediate adjournment of the legislative body in such a case There are statesmen who believe they are prepared to do it It would leave an extraordinary state of affairs for President Roose velt to deal with single handed un til the middle of next winter Simpson Honors DES MOINES April IS Simpson college of Indianola car ried away first honors in the three day forensic contest of the Missouri province of Pi Kappa Delta forensic fraternity at Drake university AUNT MET By Robert Quillen fn Real neighbors are the kind that stay after a party to help you clean up an take home enough scraps for their men folks GEORCE SALING KILLED IN CRASH 1200 Competing in District Music Contest HIGH HONORS IN 11 EVENTS WON BY MASON CITY Osage Clear Lake Are Finalists in Class B Orchestra More than 1200 students in ad dition to many parents were in Mason City Saturday for the final day of the North Central music con test Conors were widely scattered with the exception of Mason City which captured 11 finalist rankings with the possibility of adding one more High school musicians many of them dressed in natty uniforms and some currying musical instruments were seen in large numbers in the business district and the high school and Lincoln school centers of competition were filled with the students Separate rooms for all of the schools having large delegations were set aside for their use Finalists in Orchestra Osage and Clear Lake were final ists in the class B orchestra contest Saturday morning Two finalists were qualified in this event as Osage is an outofdistrict competi tor The Clear Lake orchestra is directed by John Kopecky and the Osage orchestra by Bruce Lybarg er Events Friday afternoon were In the high school auditorium and Friday afternoon Saturday morning in the high school and tin coin school auditoriums Saturday afternoon the events were on three fronts the high school and Lincoln school auditoriums and the march ng bands on the Central school grounds Comments by judges indicated that the degree of talent exhibited by the high school musicians was unusually high In many of the events listeners stated that the general level of ability was marked and that a steadily rising lerel of development in high school music is being shown Many Soloists Compete Soloists and small groups held the spotlight in Fridays events while Saturday additional soloists and large groups competed for the right to enter the annual music fes tival at Iowa City The first orches tra event was that of class C com petition Saturday morning Mrs Myrtle Eggspuehler conducted her Plover high players through num bers which gave the organization the finalist ranking Judges of the events are William Vesley of Cedar Rapids public schools F L Lawrence Miss Hazel Holmgren Mrs Florence Morsbach Mrs W G Shaw all of Carleton college Northfield Minn Miss Olive Barker of Iowa State Teach ers college Cedar Fals Iowa Mrs J E Stinehart Misa Ruth Stevens and Mrs L S Sanders of Mason Sty EYE TUMOR THREATENS LIFE CONTEST RESULTS Flute solos Kathrine Madson of Northwood finalist Estherville Fort Dodge and Rolfe competing Clarinet HerfinJahl of Mason City finalist Armstrong Turn to Fane B Column 5 MDONALD SAILS FOR CONFERENCE ets Good Will Messages at Dock From Roosevelt and King George SOUTHAMPTON England April 15 Minister MacDonald sailed at noon today on the S S Berengaria for the Washington con ference Messages of good will from Pres ident Roosevelt and King George were delivered to the British states man as he left port With him were his daughter lahbel and four economic experts In a brief interview Mr Mac Donald said I am pleased to be able to use my Easter holiday In this way I am not going to bring back any documents or agree ments but President Roosevelt and I are going to strive with mutual determination to help forward the work of the world economic con ference which is to meet in Lon don Hcl Physicians say that unless a tumor Is removed from the loft eye of Vaslto 2 she will die Her parents John and Anna Vaako Italian immigrants of HastlngsonHudson N 1 vigorously opposed the op eration A Brooklyn court nskcd to decide whether parents have a right to withhold consent for the operation Associated Press Vascos Lock House and Leave With Sick Child Home Long Beseiged by Curious Eyes Deserted HASTINGS N Y April 15 The home of John Vasco besieged by the curious since the start of a court fight to determine whether his 2 year old daughter Helen shall undergo an operation for removal of a growth on her eye was de serted today Neighbors said family locked up the place and left at 5 a m in an automobile None of the neighbors knew where they had gone and none was able to say whether they left 1 a taxicab or a private automobile or with friends The car drew up to the house Vasco his wife and three children Mary 11 and the twins Helen and Anna emerged locked the door entered the auto mobile and drove away took none of their personal effects Peeked in Windows Since the question of whether Helen should undergo an operation went to tile appellate division of the supreme court for decision the Vasco home has been besieged by the curious Crowds have driven and walked through the muddy street in which the house stands and many have congregated in the yard and even peeked in the dows The situation finally became so annoying to the family that Vasco barricaded the home to all visitors for a time Yesterday in response to his plea a police guard was placed about the house and he raised the barricade announcing he was reconciled to having the oper ation performed should the appel late division decree it Wife Not Keady He disclosed however that his wife still was unready to give her approval Physicians have diagnosed Helens afflication as a tumor on the re tina of the left eye and have said that if it is not removed it would cause death An operation the doc tors said might cause blindness Report 500 Chinese as Slam in Battle CHANGCHC UN Manchuria April 15 Japanese reports from the new theater of war south of the great wall of China said to day 500 Chinese were killed in a battle 12 miles southwest of Tait owying About 1500 Chinese surviv ors were reported fleeing toward Yungping Cow Hoarder Forced to Surrender Money GREENSBURG Pa April 15 A cow from a farm near Mount Pleasant was butchered at a local meat packing plant The ani mals stomach contained two quar ters a nickel seven penies a rusty screw and several pieces of metal Pleads Guilty to Arson CHARITON April 15 A fine of and costs was placed against Mrs Grace Keller 53 aft er she pleaded guilty to arson in connection with the burning of her home Jan 6 THIEF ESCAPES THrTOOGmGLASS Gildners Store Two Oil Stations and Home Are Entered Here A thief who entered the Gildner brothers clothing store escaped by jumping through the plate glass in the front door when police officers drove in at the rear of the building early Saturday morning Police were summoned by Clar ence McCorkle 1911 First ftreet northeast who reported a man breaking in the glass at the rear of the building A blanket vised to deaden the sound of the breaking glass was found by officers Use Traffic A hole large enough to allow a mans body to pass through was broken apparently by the use of a traffic sign left standing in the al ley A pile of clothing taken to the back room by the intruder was found but nothing was taken Two service stations and a home were also broken into during the night according to police reports Only a few pennies were taken from each of the service stations and three suits of clothing were stolen from the home Windows Pried A window at the Vern Howard station 5 Pennsylvania avenue southeast was pried open as was a window at the Highway Oil station at 303 North Federal avenue Offi cers said possibly the same jimmy had been used on both windows The suits were stolen from the Ed Rameriz home Sixteenth street northwest where entrance was gained by entering a basement window Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal April for our first lady of the land I am strong for her she uses a horse and an airplane the airplane for business and the horse for pleasure You talk about beer and a lot of things coming back say the old horse is just headed back in a high lope Why for young folks not to be able to ride nowa days is almost as bad as not seeing your dentist twice a year Hundreds of riding acad emys where there used to be none and this dude ranching thing is one of the healthiest and finest vacations in the world Think of anybody being able to be a rancher and not having to stand the loss and pay the taxes Mrs Roosevelt good natured ly admitted she fell off In a mud hole Say if we could ever see a mud hole once more in Califor nia we would all purposely fall off In it and wallow Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1933 McNaugllt Syndicate HEBERT SCORES FARM AID ACT IN SENATE DEBATE Formal Discussion Upon Inflation Proposal Again Delayed WASHINGTON April 10 A general attack on the adminis trations farm relief program loos ed in the senate by Senator Hebert R R today delayed formal debate on proposals to add curren cy inflation to the bill As Hebert began Senator Wheel er D Mont who had sat by two hours in the hope he could open de bate on his proposal to remonetize silver at 16 to 1 left the floor The senate already had spent two hours arguing a motion to re consider the Black five day week bill making no progress on that or the agricultural program It reject ed also nn effort to limit farm bill debate Provides for Graft Hebert assailed the administra tions farm program as providing for graft and creating a powerful political machine He contended President Roosevelt had not lived up to his campaign promises for a definite program to aid agricul ture An effort by Senator Robinson oc Arkansas the democratic lead er to limit debate on the adminis tration Jiarm bill had been blocked by Senators Long D and McNary of Oregon the republican leaader At the outset of debate on the farm bill Robinson asked that be ginning Monday debate be limited to 15 minutes a senator in the hope the measure could be sped through to passage Asks Kxeniptiou Longasked that Senator Thom as D Okla be exempted from the restriction so he could speak on his proposed amendment to permit currency inflation at the presi dents discretion Robinson did not accept the pro posal and Long promptly objected while Senator McNary announced almost simultaneously his objec tion on the ground the limitation would prevent republican senators from sufficient debate on their substitute for the administration program Immediate debate on the silver issue was prevented by Senator Trammel D who obtained the floor to speak on the Black five day week bill DESERTED BY PASTOR This is a new pictureof Mrs Sharon Imiiiin of Cave Springs near Springfield IMo who wan deserted by hoihusband Tlio Uov Tmmiii suspended pnstor left his home with Ezla IIolil rldge 11 HO year old blond As sociated Press DEPOSITOR AID BILL TO HOUSE Senate Passes Act Planned to Repay Loan Sought From R F C DES MOINES April The administration bill to free about In public deposits in closed and reorganized state banks today was on its way over to the house for fol lowing senate approval by a 30 to 18 vote The bill permits the slice execu tive council to levy n property tax of one mill to repay over a period of years a loan to be sougnt from the Reconstruction Financ corpor ation for the rclenso of frozen public funds Before adding its approval yes terday the ncnatft attached hc amendment by Senator K K Hiclt lin of Louisa county llniting the levy to one and 1 pro posal by Senator to pro vide that Hc taxing district should be taxed in proportion to the amount received from the total loans Convict Auto Driver of Manslaughter in j Creston Mans Death CRESTON April 15 E Margerum 30 of Crcston was con victed of manslaughter by a dis trict court here today in the death of Tom Shea 19 Feb 18 Shea was struck by a car driven by John Murphy 20 and in which Margerum rode Murphy was convicted of a simi lar charge yesterday Neither has not been sentenced Guard Daniels on His Arrival in Mexico Gity Attempt Made to Wreck Train of Ambassador From U S MEXICO CITY April 15 Josephus Daniels new United States amabassador to Mexico ar rived here at a m today A reception at the railroad sta tion was without incident The ambassador was precede from bin train by a d07en detec tives while more thnn 200 police and detectives were on duty in the station He was welcomed by representa tives of the slut fa of the American embassy and consulate by represen tatives of the American Legion and other organizations and by mem bers of the American colony ISxtronic IrncaulloilH General Guillcrmo Palma chief of police of Mexico City also wel comed Mr Daniels He said that the extreme precautions taken were at the personal telephonic orders of President Rodriguez from Guadala jara Mr Daniels said his trip from the United States was without in cident that he was happy to be in Mexico City and that he was glad to meet all who greeted him upon his arrival As his automobile left the station a line of police extended to the Am erican embassy half n dozen blocks away There also was a police guard surrounding the embassy Try to Wrnclc Train Police had earlier disclosed that an attempt was made yesterday to wreck the train on which the am bassador was bound to Mexico City The plot was discovered in time and the train although delayed two hours was not damaged A section of the rail was taken out near the town of Morales 50 miles north of Monterrey Railroad police discovered the break and be gan an investigation Proceed Slowly They announced at first that the rail bad been bent and broken by a sudden change in temperature but after the break was repaired the train proceeded very slowly with men ahead scrutinizing every inch of the roadway The place where the rail was re moved ia In an entirely peaceful dis trict removed from sections in which there has been some antagon ism to Mr Daniels appointment Operator of Hotel in Sioux City Appeals 32 Beer Sentence SIOUX CITY April Ifl peal of Mrs Janje Dannorsdel op erator of the Palace hotel at Pier son under 30 day sentence for pos session of 32 beer was pending to day Mrs Dannorsdel is free on bond Her assistant Carl Crone who received a similar sentence was released from the Woadbury county jail last night No explana tion of his release was given Uses 7 Pens toSignlozva 32BeerAct Gov Herring Presents Them to Sponsors of Measure DES MOINES April 15 ov Clyde L Herring signed Iowas 32 per cent beer bill at noon today Before a score of visitors and newspapermen Governor Herring used seven pens to affix his signa ure The pens were presented to spon sors of the bill Representatives O J Ditto of Sibley Carl Stiver of Tarria John Mitchell of Fort Ijodgc Jolin Brady of Council Bluffs and Senators Matt D Cooney of Du buque Joe Frailey of Fort Madison 1 and J K Valentine of Ccnterville Beer Will We Hull There may be a difference of opinion as to the wisdom of the Jill Governor Herring said but theres no longer any question that ocer is to be had in Iowa The ques tion is is it to be had under state regulation with revenue accruing to the state or to he bootlegged into every county of the state A standing army would be re quired on the state borders to pre vent bootlegging of the beverage Lieut Gov Nels Kraschel presi dent of the senate and Speaker George Miller of the house had signed the measure earlier today Law on ruullcatlon The bill becomes law upon publi cation in the Sioux City Tribune andthe Fort DodgeMessenger probably early next week Immediately upon certification of publication by the secretary of states office the bill is effective as law State Treasurer Wegman has es timated that permits will have been granted and the first beer sold legally in the state April 21 S U I HURDLER OLYMPICS STAR DIES IN HOSPITAL Chest Caved in When Cat Hits Truck Stalled on Highway ST CHARLES Mo April 15 Saling 24 famous Olym pics hurdler of the University of Iowa died here today of injuries received when h i s automobile crashed into a truck near Troy Mo at midnight last night Salings chest was caved in in the crnsh and efforts to save his life with tho use of oxygen and a blood transfusion a t St Josephs hospital here were un availing Saliug and two companions B D Youngblood oC Kirksville Mo and Arthur Bumstead of Delaware Ohio were driving to St Louis where Saling was to give an ex hibition of hurdling at the relays at Maplewood tomorrow His com panions were uninjured Hit Stalled Their automobile struck a stalled truck on the highway near Troy Savings left chest was caved in and his heart displaced about two inch es physicians said Internal hem orrhages began filling the chest cavity making it impossible to operate J Salings father jvos at his Boa bedside His Home was at CorydoB Iowa 7 The truck was stalled on the lifghway where it had run out ol gasoline Outstanding Hurdler Saling one of the outstanding hurdlers of the country was a member of the U S Olympic tcnr George PAY CUT BILLS TO CONFERENCE State Senate and House Un able to Agree Upon Decreases DES MOINES April 15 Salary reduction bills went to con ference today as the result of the senate and house being unable to reach an agreement on the de creases proposed The bills as passed by the house provided for a graduated decrease running from 5 per cent for sal aries under to 27 i per cent for those of or over The reductions applied to state county municipal and township of ficials The senate took the house measure and substituted a bill of its own carrying decreases of 10 per cent for salaries under and 15 per cent for those over that amount Approve House Bill When the senate bill reached the house today Representative Roe of Ailiimakee moved that the house sills be substituted which was done and the substitution was approved by a vote of 87 to 2 The senate refused to accept the house bill which necessitates the conference committee Roc told the house that the esti mated saving under its bills approx imated 53600000 and that of the senate bills was 51100000 Neither presiding officer was ex pected to appoint the committee members until Monday VVnlvB Double Tax The house took up a senate ways and means measure which would permit the boards of supervisors to waive double taxation where the owner of a mortgage on reality is required to pay the taxes on both the mortgage and the property If the taxes had been paid supervisors could order a refund After Representative of Linn had opposed the measure on the grounds that it was unconstitu tional Representative Goode of Davis raised a point of order that the bill had been indefinitely post poned and could not be brought out by the sifting committee His point was sustained and fur ther action deferred Conieroncn Committee Representative Rawlings of Mo nona said he would probably bring it up again the first of the week The senate asked for the appoint ment of the third conference com mittee on the bill providing for Turn La 6 Column ROOMED WITH SALING George Saling Olympics hurd ler who was killed in an auto mobile crash near Troy Mo Saturday was a roommate of Fritz Beck son of Mr and Mrs Allan F Beck 24 Eleventh street northwest at the University of towa They roomed at the Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity house Both had been close friends throughout their liberal arts course and were freshmen in the law college this year Three weeks ago Saling accompanied Fritz to Mason City for a visit that made a clean swesp in the 110 meter hurdles Saling tilting first place in world record time of 14G seconds In the qualifying heat of the na tional collegiate championships lasf year he broke the collegiate record for the 220 yal hurrfloH covering the distance in 3131 seconds Parents Notified Salings parents notified of their sons injury made a swift automo bile trip to St Charles from their home at Corydon arriving at the hospital a short time before the athlete died The elder Baling said his son left home at 5 oclock lail night for St Louis The truck into which Salings machine crashed belonged to the Marion County Shipping company Palmyra Mo Bumstcad and Young blood said the truck was lighted but that their vision wan obscured by rain and they were unable to avoid hitting it Their machine Turn to Pnffp K fil She IOWA WEATHER Increasing cloudiness poshi bly rain extreme southeast slightly wnrrncr west and cen tra portions Saturday night Sunday partly Hourly to cloudy LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Minimum Friday ol Minimum In Night 27 At 8 A M M WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO April 15 er outlook for the week beginning Monday April 11 For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and the northern and central great plains Not much percipitation likely first part of week probably a shower period within latter part turea mostly below normal   

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