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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 21, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON APRIL 1933 THIS PAPEtt CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE 170 RailroadJob Is Difficult Organization Must Meet Conflicting By CHARLES STEWART April CPA resident his executive advis ers and his legis lative supporters on capitol hill arc entering now upon perhaps the most difficult single task of the present adminis trans portation It cannot be called REorgan Nothing resembling or ganization exists in ciie field simply The problem involves not the rail roads but also air waterway and pipe line opera For that the private auto is a decided factor in the trans portation Vast conflicting interests haul in different Public Wants The public interest demands a not only equal to but much Patrons may not suffer from the elimination of cer tain but outright train abandonments are They interrupt delay mails and freights and curtail A of this has There are even lines which the roads favor ceasing to operate at leaving whole chains of towns remote from rail The roads managements undoubt edly are correct in insisting that they would save considering present by these aban communities take the view having come into beingby reason of the offer of rail accommodations they are en titled to The public is far from inclined to increased either SENATE IN DISPUTE ON INFLATION Factor Returns Released by Kidnapers ipajssenge d edly eiaftior for at least 40 per cent cut ia gaining The roads could grant the desired reduction most transportation ex perts say that they anyway if they had to show profits on noth ing more than the billions actually invested in Their trouble is as they envisage either respon they must yield returns upon approximately another 100 per cent of water in their stock and an additional 100 per cent of bonded Clusli With so enormous an the thought of a rate slash terrifies both stockholders and Railroad labor is partly on the public side partly on the side of the It supports whatever policy will prevent cuts in personna or It opposes any policy that threatens the opposite Monopoly is a danger to be guard ed against There are cases in which the merging of parallel services would save expense without injuring the public though labor objects to but mergers put an end to com Elimination of competition calls for and experience strongly regulates As an governmentalization suggests but many folk fear the political consequences of govern There likewise is the item of co ordinating the rail systems with the various new methods of travel and freight i headaches aplenty lurk in the transportation MDONALD HERE TO PLAN BATTLE TO END POVERTY Not at All Concerned About Leaving Gold NEW April riving in America to help map the campaign for a world war against what he called unmerited pov Prime Minister Ramsay Mac Donald said today that Americas abandonment of the gold standard affects England not at all so far as I am In a brief interview on the liner Berengaria at quarantine before he was taken ashore on the city tug MacDonald was asked if he disappointed in President Roosevelts action in respect to the gold Oh gracious he add ing that he really was without in formation concerning this develop ment aside from the bare fact that this country had for the time being abandoned thc gold Shows World It only brings out in higher he the distress of the world and that is what your presi dent and I are trying to I to face it The prime minister left Jersey City for Washington at aboard a special Iran for his con ferences with President beginning On the MacDonald handed the followingwritten state ment to the press I hope to have with the presi dent a frank exchange of views over a wide range of both econ omic and In the short time at our definite arrange ments of course are not to be looked for they concern other countries as well as But thc way must be paved for concerted action and I believe our meeting is neces sary to that Recalls 1929 I wish to take the opportunity as I land in the United States of greeting my American I well remember thc warm welcome INFLATION BRINGS WILD TRADING IN WHEAT PIT and thc generous hospitality which you gave me in The friendship between our two countries then augmented has I am happy to to this Particularly am I pleased to meet your president and to discuss with him our common responsobili On the fourth of March I list ITum to Pose Coltmm 4 Harlan Man Finances in Suicide April arrangements were being made for Toe old time who killed himself He loft a note blaming financial diffi culties for the AUNT HET By Robert Quillen When a man loses his memory an iis accounts aint I never pass judgment till the papers print a picture of his FASHION QUEEN WILL BE NAMED 10 Judges to Select Girl From Models at Mason City Style This taken from the balcony of the famous wheat pit in thc Chicago hoard of shows the crowds which participated in frenzied trading which followed the inflation boom in grain Associ ated Press Successor to Lost Akron Makes Her Maiden Flight Macon Bears Board of Inspection to Navy r Models of Varieties and Manne style review being sponsored by the local merchants in coopera Ithc ground slipped I tion with the GlobeGazette and the Platform of the giant mobile Ronald Woodyard company are viewing the Friday night perform ance with excitement since it will be at the 9 oclock show Friday eve ning at the Cecil theater that Miss Fashion Queen of Mason City will be Judges representing 10 outstand tng organizations in have been attending Mason City the various performances of the style show at the Cecil theater and their ballots will be cast after the oclock Announcement of Miss Fash ion Queen and tlie four honorable mention winners will be made at the conclusion of the last perform In addition to the modeling of pa sports afternoon coats and suits and dance numbers are given by the pu pils of the health education depart ment of the under the direction of Mis Ruth A comedy tap by Hazel Helm and Madge a solo tap by Kathryn Knapp and a buck and wing tap by Miss Starks and Dor othy Madsen are given in addition to a line specialty by Dorothy Grif Julia Dorothy Dorothy Muriel Jean Joan Eileen Madi gan and Jean Jeanne a newcomer to the Mason City performed an acrobatic dance The featvire film is ExLady with Bette By KBNISTH SANDERS April The successor to the lost soared through the air today on her maiden shake down flight preliminary to win ning the navys Thc giant worlds 100 in cluding 11 with Al ger Dresel in eight members of the naval board of in spection under Rear Admiral George and 31 engineeis and inspectors of the Goodyear Zeppelin the Dismiss Ground After tlie Macon had been aloft an hour and a Captain Dresel sent radio orders to dismiss the ground crew until 5 eastern standard indicating the ship would remain up well over 11 She took off at J For more than an hour Captain Dresel kept the Macon in this vic then flew over A radio message from the ship to navy headquarters said the Macon would remain within a 50 miles rar dius of The Macon was re ceiving weather reports from the Anacostia naval near Wash Visibility was good and clouds were One Minor A minor accident was the only untoward incident as the Macon nosed off into a six mile an hour northeast breeze shortly after day a member of from a moor ing mast and suffered possible fractures of the He was taken to a hospital for an Among those on board was Karl designer of both the Akron and The takeoff came after 10 days of waiting for favorable weather since the worlds large airship was pronounced ready for her shake down ALGER DRESEL Illinois Youth Admits Killing Mother After All Night Quizzing April After questioning 20 year old Ar vid Boyer all police an nounced today that he had con fessed killing his Alice on Labor day last The woman was shot to death and her body tossed into an abandoned well on the Boyer farm eaat of The officials said the boy will be charged with Cclehratcs lOOtli April Anna Morgan celebrated her 100th birthday anniversary to day in good She came west In a covered wagon and hss been a resident of Monmouth 61 VITAL FACTS ABOUT MACON April W Here are vital facts regarding the navy Macon feet long feet high overall feet maxi mum Gas cubic Dead pounds es Useful 12 cylinder gaso line motors totaling horsepow miles an hour esti mated Cruising nautical miles estimated at 40 knots in still officers and nor mal flying five seven gun arrange ments for cooking and elec tric in reality 36sided polygons forming 12 main connected by triple longitudinal each triangular shaped and large enough for a man to walk acres of cotton sprayed with acetate and aluminum powder to reflect the sun and Gas in made from 12 acres of special fabric coated gelatinelatex and filled with noninflammable REJECTS CHANGE IN DIRECT RELIEF House Defeats Amendment of Republicans by 180 to 61 April The house today ISO to a republican amendment to the direct relief bill to let the advances go forward as loans to states instead of as The senate already has passed thc Wagner but the house sub stituted the bill by Representative Lewis because the legis lation provides for an appropria With one the Lewis bill is identical with that of Senator Wagner and the sen ate is expected to accept The Lewis bill would advance instead of to states on the basis of one federal dollar for every three spent in the states for relief until After that date will be dis tributed in outright gifts instead of as proposed by Wag The house yesterday passed and sent to senate a bill giving the president power to reduce the first class postage rate on local letters from 3 to 2 cents and to increase rates on third and fourth class The measure also ex tends for one year the onecent fed eral gasoline The democratic majority broke ranks in the voting on this legisla tion and inserted an amendment to FATHER CLAIMS HE PAID NONE OF RANSOM MONEY Police Inclined to Think Abductors Got Part of April ently Jerome 19 year old Northwestern university held captive by kidnapers for ransom was freed early today by his abductors and returned i to his mothers apartment in the Rogers Park He professed not to know where he had been held prisoner since his abduction a week ago last Wednesday Some of the police were inclined to believe that at least part of the ransom demanded was but John Jake the Barber father or the denied I I never paid them a he and Ill see this tiling Daniel head of the states attorneys police also said no ransom was Factor Left Throughout the long investigation of the boys abduction Factor ex pressed a deiire to deal with the kidnapers rather Ulan have the police attempt to solve the He left his suite in the Morrison ho tel early last night on a secret trip during which gave rise to the be lief made arrangements for the youths It was nof until about 2 that young Factor appeared jit the apartmeu of his Leonard Marcus The elder Factor did not read the home of his for mer until an Jiour and a half after the boy had returned and at tempts to communicate with him beforehand at the hotel were Met by As Factor entered the house he FREED BY KIDNAPERS JEUOMK FACTOR was met by relatives and shortly afterward was admitted to the presence of his son as he was be ing questioned by Captain Captain Gilbert broke off his conference with the boy once to tell newspapermen that Jerome had been unable to recall any details of his abduction or release except to say that he was treated well by his relative who had seen the boy said that apparently all he was in need of was a Cap tain Gilbert said he appeared some what dazed as he attempted to re call details of his disappearance that had resulted in both police and underworld agents working for his Location As near as the boy could Gilbert he was driven by the kidnapers to a location in the city unfamiliar to him and After walking several blocks he said he hailed a taxicab and ordered the driver to take him to his mothers He said he was blindfolded and compel producers instead of con t whether he had been sumers to pay the three per cent federal lax on a subject of much controversy last Pope Gets Laborers VATICAN April A bronze figure of a atreetcleaner has been presented to Pipo Pivis In remembrance of a charity cam paign he headed 30 years ago for the benefit of destitute street Dollar Stronger in Both London April dollar was stronger today in both the London and Paris exchanges but slightly weaker in Iowa Assembly to Receive Full Pay for Session Members Entitled to Their Decides Attorney DES April Attorney General Edwarii OCon nor ruled today that members of the Iowa legislature are entitled to the full compensation of for the regular State Auditor Storms said he would issue checks for the full amount of to each They previously had received Storms said he would not deduct the 5 per cent cut in the salarics of the legislators although the cut was approved by He declared that the constitution set the salary of members of the general assem bly and he feels that it is up lo the individual members to return the 0 per cent Tay Only The question of payment arose when it was learned Storms in tended to pay only for the days the legislators were actually in session at the constitutional rates of 10 a This would have meant pay ment of a total of OConnor to each how Will Rogers April All I know is just what 1 read in the pa They say we are off the Well I am flying over Ari zona and New Mexico as I this and you could take a para chute and jump out any The best way to tell when each one of us went off the gold is to figure back how many years it was since we hod well thats when we went The last I re member getting my clutches on was in South some five dollar English gold pieces that we carried in a belt around our 1 used the last one to pay a third class passage to Australia sn I went off the gold in So this move strikes me as no great novelty or MrNailBhL Syndicate for more than a week in a city apartment or in some lo cation outside a farm the three suspects ar rested several days ago after police had found their pictures in posses sion of alleged gangland agents working on the case continued to be held by A habeas corpus hearing for their release was scheduled for 2 Men Two of the Archie Brown and Ted facing trial on charges of robbing a Sangamon were identified by Marcus as men she had seen loitering in front of her home several days before Jerome was kid said he be lieved them Against Brown Mnrcus filed a charge of but police refused to book him as they said they preferred not to make him eligible for The other man ar rested was Ed All three are Seven other suspects were four in Chi cago and three at that they were entitled to the a day for each day since con vening or for 100 Replying to the question whether the legislators should be paid for the days in which they were in ac tual the attorney generals office advised that a session of a legislative like that of a is the period of time between tlie convening and the termination of the For Full Applying this rule to the com pensation of the memhrrg of the general OConnor advised that in computing the number of days the assembly was in session the state auditor should start with the day the assembly convened and end with the day of The fire faced with another problem in the cashing of the warrants drawn by State Treasurer Leo Wegman was prepared to stam PRESIDENT ASKS MORE SPEED IN PASSAGE OF ACT Robinson Gets Ready lo Shut Off Debate to Kill April Conflict stirring in the Pres ident Roosevelt directed today that his controlled inflation legislation be sped to enactment with thn mammoth tarm bill and debate will be shut off if to kill a Even ns lie conferred with the democratic Robin son of senate had flung itself into dispute without waiting for the banking committee formally to report the approval it nad voted for the credit and cur rency expansion bill Senator Pittman vthn helped frame the rose to its Jcfense in a heated debate which Senator Reed began by asserting inflation is the process by which governments Uivow off re sponsibility and go on a Kcplles to Replying to Reeds complaint that the proposal would raise prices only temporarily and then too for persons to stand Pittman de clared Reed could not get out of his mind the person who Its thc same old the We are think of the man who This has been issue now fov four and thank God the peo pla woke up at tlie last Senator Roblnsin hastened to the capltol from the house to progress emergency Republicans were insisting upon consideration of legislation Wilt Stop It is not proposed to prevent fair and reasonable debate on this said or on amendments that may be If it should develop that a filibuster is in progress we believe we have the votes to make stiort work of To invoke the cloture rules takes a twothirds Undoubtedly there will be flome delay in final disposition of the farm he due to the amendment referred to bcit it is es sential that prompt action be taken on the amendment in view of thn liscussions in prospect with foreign governments on economic Wonts Quick II is obvious that President looscvelt wants quick approval oi he currency bill to strengthen his land in conversations beginning to night with foreign emissaries Tlie legislation gives him nutl irily to lower the gold content of he dollar as much as 50 per One of the objectives in liis econ omic is the Ieestab tshment of a world gold standard on i revised By this step itooscvelt expects to attain stabili zation of currency and The committee approved the tail without a record but with amendment authorizing the federal reserve board lo place a check oiv inflation by requiring member banks to increase or decrease their reserves against deposits as the sil nation The committee making tha legislation ready for thc senate dis pute in store because of organized opposition from the conservative republican followed more than two Hour executive P The secretary of the Lindberghs Take Off on Louis Flight April Colonel Charles mak ing an inspection tour of thc Trans continental accompanied by his took off from the mu nicipal airport hern at 31 S5 centra standard He pointed hia ship toward MOTHEUittitS BURN TO DEATH Die in Sleep When Flames Destroy Their Small Frame April A mother and her two children were burned to death in their sleep here early today when the small frame house in which they were dwelling was destroyed by Firemen said that Ivy and a months and a Owen Le 4 years probably first were by smoke and then burned by thc Thc only member of the family who escaped the flames was Orin thc husband itnd who told authorities that he was awakened by smoke and rushed out of the house lo summon William and thc budget Lewis had in dorsed the Thomas bill and ex plained administration plans for proceeding under it to boost com iTnnl lo rolumn IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy to cloudy Fri day night and Saturday prob ahly K hot vent cxtrpino west portion slightly cooler north portion Frldny night niu in rcn tral ami itortli portions SaUir LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar company weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morninp Mavimum Thursday fifi Minimum In VI At 8 Friday The wind was in the sonthenftj 1   

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