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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 19, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home H XXXIX CENTS A copy ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKEgALLypBTH IQWAKg NEIGHBORS MASON HOME EDITION Huey Puzzle to Capital Probe of Louisiana Charges Would be By CHARLES STEWART Oeaitral Press Staff Writer April IS CPA investigation of the charges y4ertain of his folk against Kingfish Huey Long of whose expulsion from ewise is demand ed by his accus unquestion ably would be one of the most Interesting per formancea in American h i s It might prove enlightening al That is to it would be en lightening to as certain what the interests are that are so incensed against the K i n g f i s There ARE in terests which it is a credit to a public man to Senator llave opposed to Huey Long him H u e v Longs version is that he has made his ene rv HiUiNJLoIJAi ArMtlli 1Q UdO THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS ONE ROOSEVELT ACTS TO LIFT PRJCES Father OConnor Elevated to Monsignor Croe iS il is to be expected that the grafters will denounce him Consequently It would be a deplor able thing for good citizens to side against him merely because he may have various superficialities they do not Poor Taste Senator Long undeniably that is not what one would be likely to de scribe as a typical old school southern It is under standable that folk who stand on formality and elegance must resent torn His informality and inelegance are not easy to get away from The Kingfish policy is CEREMONY HELD AT JOSEPHS BY ARCHBISHOP Holy Father Reached Across Says His Additional News and Pictures on Pages 10 and Father OConnor was cloth ed in the purple robes of a domestic prelate by His Excellency Arch bishop Francis Beckman at an colorful ceremony at the Josephs Catholic church Wednesday The investiture was witnessed by a crowded including 150 members of the being probably the most significant ec clesiastical event of the Catholic church in the history of the The ceremony which officially I elevated Father OConnor rank of entitling do a crusaders taste can be and still he can be a cru a crusader in order to must fight rough and tum actually may need to have tough It is not taste ful to gouge and bite and in some it is To surmise qualities in Huey that he manifestly does not possess would be a Erratic He has many of the earmarks of but his judgment is er Looking down on on the senate floor from the press gal he gives the impression of an individual of tremendous force of castiron an epi dermis like a a stoats pugnacity and very little culture or an utter disregard of excellent and good abili but too impetuous a tempera ment always to wait for his abili ties to As to his senatorial he is right enough of the time to suggest that he desires to be aligned with and when he Is as the fate Senator La Follette said of Sen ator James he is damn Huey Long is right in a not particularly pleasant And occasionally he is conspicuously but ap parently through honest Alivays He is not a To any one he is he never is other wise than If he were a he would not be The Kingfish in puz Louisiana solutions of the puzzle are They are too It would be interesting to have him analyzed in the unpreju diced atmosphere of to the I u o aim to membership In the popes entour took place at the close of a two hour service which had in cluded solemn high of which Father OConnor was the sermon by theVery and the reading of the document from Rome by the Linehan of Cedar Rap id Designated AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Cousin Ezra knows he looks with his mus tache hut he cant smoke a cigar short enough without getting As Father OConnor knelt before the the archbishop placed rochet and the purple mantelletta which designated him as a The Very and the Charles were assistants to the archbishop at the Before vesting Monsignor OCon nor with the robes of Domestic Pre late of the I wish to con gratulate him and Josephs par ish on this honor that has come him and through him to the whole said the He has been admitted to the papal He has been drawn very closely to the throne of the supreme He has been raised to the rank of a prelate of the He has received now the title of Mon Any honor is measured of course by the dignity of the person con ferring it and from the dignity of the Holy Father you can gather some idea of the dignity of tins new If the mayor of your city should confer an honor on you are naturally very proud of much more if the governor of the state should honor any citizen of the more if the president of the United States should confer an honor upon Honor Is People go to great expense and make great preparation to be pres ented to the kingof England and the honor is very greatly appre but what is all is the honor of any crown head of the world compared to the honor con ferred by the Holy the who as earthly as king has a title truer and nobler than any crown head in all the world and as pontiff represents the King of Kings He is the Vicar of our Lord Jesus on the outstand ing figure of all the He holds in his hands the keys of the King dom of He is truly and all the world recognizes him as the out standing the highest author ity in the The least honor conferred by is greater than the highest honor con ferred by anyone The Pope once conferred the title of Defender of the Faith on the king of He still keeps that title and prides himself in having it The Holy Father has reached across the as it to con fer this honor upon Monsignor I was glad to recommend him to the Holy Father for this his 44 years of efficient ca pable He has been a leader in his circles and the presence of so many bishops and prelates and priests attests to the esteem in which he is Elevated With This is an honor that has come not only to but to this whole to this to this deanery and this part of the diocese By this elevation of your pastor to prelacy you are all elevated with him This great dignity which cornea to him which shines around reflects back upon you You all bask In the reflection of honor and glory of the papal You are drawn very closely to the Holy Father Turn 7o Page Column 1 Will Rogers April Fly at The air is its cooler and the lights are Flew from the west coast last night over the American The International Society for Crippled Children are in conven tion in this hustling little west ern If there could be a greater organization it hasnt been invented In the olden days history records they killed their And even though we dont think so sometimes civilization has This society has proven that all can be helped and over half can be Kansas and Ohio have kinder led the field in If your state is not affiliated then it is not doing all that it can to help the most sympathetic invalid we the crippled Inci dentally their statistics show that they are brighter and more cheerful than their unafflicted There is gameness for McNausht Syndicate Britain Places Partial Ban on Soviet Imports Russian Committee Asked to Change Britons Prison Terms April Great Britain answered the conviction of British engineers in Moscow by de claring today a partial embargo against soviet goods which will shut out approximately 80 per cent of Russias imports Into the United On the basis of current trade figures the which becomes effective April will bar imports aggregating currently The proclamation was signed by King George at Windsor castle and was published in the London Ga It prevents all importations of soviet and maize in grain poultry and game raw cotton petroleum oils wood and planed or dressed and articles manufactured wholly or partly of wood and APPEAL SENTENCES April central executive committee of so viet Russia was petitioned today to commute to exile for life the prison sentences imposed early this morn ng on Thornton and William British engineers who were convicted of sabotage and chief construction en gineer in Uussia of the Metropoli anVIckera company of was given a three year term and his crippled a two year The pair were held incommunica do in Four other Britons who were tried on the same charges were leaving Russia tomorrow pre SENATE PASSES COMPROMISE ON IOWAMONEYACT House Adopts Financial Control Other Important BULLETIN DBS April I house today passed the second and third of Governor Herrings reorganization mea The house passed the first the financial control curlier in the The measures passed this after noon would restrict the power of the state auditor to post aud it of claims and would correct existing legislation to conform the reorganization pro DES April Iowa genera assembly rushed through its last few hours of regular session today at top the sen ate approving the conference com mittee report on appropriations while the house passed the financial control act and several other im portant After going through the confer ence committee bill section by sec the senate unanimously ap proved the bill as a the bill calls for general must still be ap proved by the Raises Governors The financial control mended by the Brookings institu increases the governors pow ers to restrict appropriations when funds are not available to pay the full amount allotted to departments by the It met with stern opposition the but finally was adopted 69 to Earlier In the day the house passed two administration meas one paving the way for a loan from the Reconstruction Finance corporation to release governmental funds in closed the other HELD IN FACTOR ABDUCTION sumably Three of John and Monk under orders to get out of the Albert Greg ory had been as was ex Eleven Russian codefendants were given prison terms up to 10 years and one was providing for uniform audit of schools districts and county and city offices by the state One Mill The bill to provide a loan levies a one mill property tax for interest and payment to the principal of the contemplated loans from the or any other agency to restore the depleted state sinking It is estimated that in state funds is now tied up in closed or restricted Although final adjournment had been set for 5 oclock this afternoon there appeared to he sufficient busi ness on hand to keep the general assembly busy until sometime Thursday The consideration of the financial control measure brought forth a cry of gag rule by Representative Gallagher of when he tried to have the bill deferred until the August special On Party The vote on the bill was almost on strictly party Representatives S p i e d e i and Bruce were the only republicans voting for the a mem ber of the interim said it was unfortunate the hi had been made a party Speaking for Represen tative Mitchell of assert ed the measure was good for Iowa because it put the government on a business He said it gave the citizens some check on the fees and tuitions collected in the state edu cational He added that it will prevent a deficit while the governor will be held answerable to Ttim 10 IRRr CnLlmi French Chaplain of Gets Disease NEW April refuge of lepers of the Hawaiian a French priest building himself a little house apart from the mission buildings that have been his residence during the past eight Like the famed Father Damien he will make the island his per manent the leprosy that has seized him and carrying on his work of ministering to the He is Father Peter noted war Parisian preacher and fourth successor to father Damieii as chaplain lo the epers The Maryknoll fathers announced today receipt of word that he has contracted the disease from those he left his home to Besides Father Father dOrgeval is the only chaplain to Molokai who has fallen prey to A popular he became a chaplain in French army during the World war and was decorated six When peace he returned to his hut a throat ailment caused by a gas impaired his speaking Then he volun teered to go to the leper BELIEVE KIDNAP SOLUTION NEAR Six Factor Aides Locked Up in Cell With Trio of April that the Factor kidnapin case was Hearing a solution cam from various unofficial sources to day as police and reputed gangstci worked on clews and three me were held in Events moved swiftly yesterday as police pitted one element agains another when they locked the six men engaged by John Jake the barber Factor to track down th abductors of his Jerome 19 Northwestern university a cell for six hours with the sus Later the identified by polic as Capone were released on bond to go about the business of solving the kidnaping in their own by presence of au The were Ted Archie Brown Edward The boys Leonard for mer wife of said she rec ognized Brown and Strauss is men she had seen loitering near her apartment before the boy was kid naped from in front of it a ago Early today Factor returned to lis apartment atop a skyscraper lotel minus the worried and dis ractcd air that has characterized lint since his son His vife and Marcus also were resent and appeared to he in ighter giving rise to a re iort that the kidnapers had been Pickets Desert Farm Near Le Mars Stand Ready to Come Back LE April Ed Durband farm near svene of picketing farmers protesting against eviction of the was deserted by the farmers this but the Durbands remain ed in It was understood that a sufficient force of pickets could be inimmoncd on ahort notice if Sheriff Rippey makes an other attempt to carry out the evic tion Bristol Received 20 Calls in answer to the following ad which she ordered run on the classified page of the GLOBEGAZETTE FOR rtxim modem hiinna Inr with nil riuinf and she is very well satisfied with the Do YOU have a home to rent If tell the GlobeGazettes thousands of readers about Order a WantAd in the Houses for Rent K you cannot come to the call the GlobeGa Ads phoned in before noon will be published the same IlIONK 3800 BEER IN PARTS OF NORTH IOWA Many City Councils Press for Speed to Allow Brew some North lowans were able to slaketheir thirst with legal per cent beer in most of the legal require ments had not been fulfilled and shortage of shipments prevented sales of the Meanwhile city councils pushed action to authorize the Manly apparently was the first North Iowa town in which beer was legally A small quantity was placed on sale immediately fol lowing the city council meeting Tuesday when permits were Sugar Beets Added to Farm Act Senate Leaders Fight to Confine Bill to 7 April sturdy effort to confine the admin istration farm bill to seven basic commodities was formulated in the senate today amid swiftly changing maneuvers as the measure nearcd a final sugar beets and sugar cane were added to the basic com modities in the farm bill over the opposition of democratic leaders The vote for was 43 to The proposition was related close ly to the tariff us a compensating duty on imported sugar would be provided to equalize the tax on domestic but the tine up varied from former tariff votes with many high tariff republicans voting against and many low tariff democrats voting Nineteen 24 demo crats and the Ship stcnd of answered aye and 11 republicans and 20 demo crats voted Senator Robinson of the democratic moved re consideration shortly after the vote was but a point of ord er that Robinson had voted no and therefore was ineligible to make such a motion was sustained by the iirectly Mayor Wednesday morning Permits are being issued in according to truckloads of beer were received at Manly and ome merchants who were riven permits made trips to pro cure the Permits were given to the Ray Calkins restau which was able to make a few ales Tuesday night John Mickesrli at the Mark Hansons drug who oper ates a cafe on the highway Frank who has a who operates a lowans Cane With Record of Mishaps to Go to Roosevelt April dent Roosevelt is to receive a new Joe who claims tohold some ofan ac cldent carved it of native diamond Once an automobile ran over Joe in He recovered but a receivinga report Joe was was killed enroute to his In Ohio he was hit by a was badly but re A man who picked him up was killed later in almost the same In his home town his horses ran away once and an automobile trail er hit him on another bu he escaped fatal injuries each time ind Joe neat Others Arc Although four permits had been ssued at Lake difficulty in btainlng shipments of beer de ayed Permits were issued o Susie who has a lunch oom the Grand cafe vho operates a and Sani who runs a At permits were is ucd by the city council Tuesday o John druggist Axel who has a nd who operates Making some of the stablishments comply with the re uirements of the law resulted in ome delay in the selling of Permits Arc Two permits were issued by the itonka council meeting Tuesday to Anton who general and John who operates a ohn who operates a will get a license Wed esday after completing a detail In ic application for a permit accord ng to Mayor Lee Diffi ilty in obtaining of the everage was how The Algona council planned to eet Wednesday night to act on crmits to sell Mayor pecht Issuing of the per ils Tuesday night was considered ut delay in the procuring ot bonds nd illness of a council member ade postponement of action necos Eight applications for permits are being sought in At Charles Mayor Carr said the council planned a meeting for Thursday night to insue permits applied for and take other necessary action regarding the sao of 16 Seek Sixteen applications for have been filed at The passed will be effective Thursday on publication Mayor Stuart said the council would probably meet Friday Turn n PHRC Column 3v JAPANESE ARMY EXTENDS ATTACK Bombing Artillery Raid Lwanchow on Road to April Japanese bombing planes and artil lery were reported attacking largest city between Chinwangtao and Tientsin In the North China coast The Chinese military headquar ters for operations in that region Is located While Chinese de fenses were being thrown up to the the fall of Lwanchow would considerably facilitate a Ja panese advance in the in ternational commercial center with one of the largest American colonies less than 100 miles were reported in Lwanchow is from Japanese planes bombing the southern outskirts of the city while big guns poured shells into it from the north hank of the Lwnn The flight of Chinese troops to farther southwest along the railroad leading to Tientsin and began even before the big attack was reported under Two Iowa Children Killed by Motorist April and children of and Will Calhoun county were killed near here to day when struck by a hit and run Officers throughout north west Tovva have started a search for the death car Dodge coupe de scribed by school companions of the Nagel Emmetsburg Girls Injured in Accident April was being held by police following nn automobile acci dent in which Victorine Ragan of her Ber Harold of Des Moines and Gerald Nowack of were injured GOLD EMBARGO RENEWED GRAIN MARKETS BOOM Federal Reserve Chiefs in Conference With Ajril President Roosevelt moved today on international and domestic ronts in a broad campaign to re store American price wages and He focused first attention on the forthcoming world economic con versations and acted to strengthen lis hand in these To attain a position to deal with he foreign powers which have de preciated standards of currency vithdrew support of the American lollar in the foreign exchanges with he restoration of a gold Force Other He evinced determination to exerl efforts toward bringing all nations baclc to the gold standard per laps at a lower ratio than the ex sting 40 per cent gold reserve for By bringing about a restoration of the world monetary situation tue jrosident is confident of immeasur ably improving the position ot American currency and Attacking the situation from the domestic he watched care fully the meeting of the governors of the 12 federal reserve banks here Use Idlo With Secretary they nrc devising methods of using the idle billions of American Up to the only a little more emergency bank act backed The president has in miridS con trolled price a controlled credit and a managed There is talk of reducing the 40 per cent gold reserve for currency as a basis for a new world standard but it does not appear now that this will be considered except by com mon action of all the Grains Shoot April A rush of buying caused by talk of infla tion from Washington and soaring rates of foreign shot grain prices skyward Wheat led the way with a maximum ad vance of almost i cents ft bushel for July which carried that delivery to G8 cents a The Septem ber delivery reached 70 cents at one Heavy profit taking sales caused reactions but the close was well above yesterdays Dollar Loses NEW April The United States dollar lost in value oday on the exchanges in New Paris and Dealers nt tibutcd the downward movement reports that gold exports from Lhc United States might he halted ind the dollar permitted to seek its own In Wail street sterling and the rcnch franc moved strongly igninst the Stock prices soared before meeting profit taking n the late In Paris the dollar hit a new official low since November 925 closing at In London the dollai closed nt to the against a closo yesterday of in late trading iftor the close the rate was 63 to to the Darrow Says Oldsters Offer Too Much Advice April just passed his seventysixth birth lay Clarence Darrow said he had no advice for the young er The he said in this world is that the old fellows try to orce their Ideas on the It cnnt be IOWA WEATHER Unsettled Wednesday night and Thursday showers prob n slightly warmer in trnt and portions Wed nesday night cooler Thursdav in extreme west portion LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar company weather figures for 24 hour period ending at oclock Wednesday morning Maximum Tiiefttfav fiji Minimum In Night an At 8 4 Skies were clear Wednesday Tuesday ani   

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