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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 10, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                II M i ft 0 O H I S if I M i 1 OHM or iovA DCS MO IMES 1 A North Iowas Edited for the Home VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEICHBOKS MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 10 1933 HOME EDITION THIS PAPER CONSISTS OP TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 186 Strike Was Predicted Reno Saw Present Farm Uprising Last Year By CHARLES P STEWART WASHINGTON May 10 CPA Milo Reno head of the National Farm Holiday association told me in Des Moines last September that western agricul ture would have to be taken care of or something mighty difficult to tell from se cession would be the upshot of then existing conditions It would in clude the is suance of the a g r i c u 1 tural states own scrip he added Milo Reno The holiday farmers action at the Iowa capital the other day in voting a strike beginning May 13 and providing for a billion in scrip to go with it looks decidedly like a verification of this forecast or fulfillment of Renos threat whichever one chooses to call it Promise Wont Do To be sure if relief legislation makes its effects felt very speedily the uprising will evaporate but it is safe to say that the mere promise of relief will not serve the purpose in the corn and wheat belt It is significant that the strike was voted unanimously with mil itia actually in the field in the northwest corner of the Hawkeye commonwealth The yeomanry is not afraid of militia that was its significance Plenty of Space I lived for years in northwestern Iowa and I know those farmers They are very friendly chaps when peaceful but quite impossible to In timidate They are not like a crowd in a city street penned between rows of buildings where a small but disciplined force is at an over whelming advantage They have all doors i to operate in and elsewhereIf FARM RELIEF BILL READY TO SIGN them Any embargo that they may seek to enforce against shipments of farm products into the cities will be difficult to defy too There un questionably will be individual farmers who will wish to get to market and with military protec tion mtybe they will be able to get there but how about their home life later Choose Younger Man Milo Reno is quoted as advising bis followers to choose a younger standard hearer than himself They preferred Reno however and it is understandable Milo Reno is not so old after all apparently between 50 and 60 His bushy hair is streaked wita gray and he is a smallish person but as active as a youth in his 20s He has always they say settled his differences with others rough and tumble and It is not of record that he has been out out argued yet by this method Makes Good Money He is an excellent businessman also indeed makes more money than his adverse critics think he should to be a distinterested popu lar leader Nevertheless he retains his pres tige Oratorically his style Is tremen dously forceful not ornate He speaks the farmers language He is a human dynamo His per sonality is charming And anything he undertakes to do all corn belt accounts agree he does and then some even ac cordingto his detractors He is a fellow townsman of Sec retary of Agriculture Henry A Wallace AND 7 CHILDREN GALES VICTIMS Scores Hurt and Heavy Property Damage in Tornadoes By ASSOCIATED PRESS Tornadoes along the border of Tennessee and Kentucky early Wed nesday brought reports of death to 69 persons and Injuries to scores of others Kentucky so far had reports of 35 dead and Tennessee 34 They were In Kentucky Monroe county 11 Aduir county 4 Russell county 20 In Tennessee Overton county 32 Wilson county 2 Beatty Swamps in Overton coun ty near Livingston Tenn was hardest hit with 32 known dead Twelve bodies had been brought from that section to Livingston among them being those of Mr and Mrs Una Cole and their seven chil dren The storm hit first at Tompkins ville Ky where between six and ten persons were killed and a score Injured Damage there was reported at One death occurred at Columbia Ky Near Lebanon in Negroes lost esltt vy windstorm Houses Blown Away Returning from a trip to Beatty Swamps C H Gore Livingston at torney described the country as be ing swept so clean that it looks like the Argonne Forest Houses were blown away and trees blown down and piled In heaps he continued The country roads are so muddy that cars and ambulances cant run and the main highways are blocked by trees Many families are injured so ser iously they cant be removed from their wrecked houses Gore said that J W Blount an undertaker had brought 12 bodies into Livingston and that an appeal had been sent out for help in bring ing other bodies to town Signs for Extradition DES MOINES May 10 Gov Clyde Herring signed extradi tion papers for Charles F Dillon held at Red Oak and wanted in Col orado for wife and child desertion AUNT NET By Robert Quillen Boys like them dont waste time on a good girl If they go with a girl twice she might as well wear a sign sayin shell pet APPROVE LABOR ACT SUBSTITUTE Minimum Wage Production Control Child Labor Ban in Bill WASHINGTON May 10 The house labor committee today unanimously approved the Connery substitute for the Black 30 hour work week bill The committee reported the meas ure after Turner W Battle assist ant secretary of labor had pre sented a letter from Secretary Perkins asking that some of its the an provisions be removed from 30 hour bill and embodied in other measure As approved by the committee the bill a substitute for the meas ure passed by the senate would establish machinery to fix minimum wages permit production control forbid child labor ban imports which at the port of entry cost less than the American cost of produc tion and require licensing of all in dustry engaging in interstate com merce Chairman Connery said that he would formally report the bill to the house tomorrow and ask lead ers to agree to an early vote Last of Brookings Storms Kill 69 in Kentucky Tennessee FATHER MOTHER I ILLINOIS KIDNAPING PLOT NIPPED IN BUD Wfllj DECLARED BY PARAGUAY IN BORDER DISPUTE DES MOINES May 10 final report of Brookings institution attaches on reorganization of state government is expected to be sub mitted late in June Will Rilcy chairman of the governmental com mittee announced Milo Reno Gives Two Point Plan for Farm Strike President of Holiday Group Says Method Avoid Revolution DBS MOINES May 10 simplified two point plan of exe cuting the farm strike to avoid revolution was outlined today by Milo Reno president of the Nation al Farm Holiday association State presidents of the holiday or ganization have been asked to con tact every farmer to obtain his help in the movement and marketing committees would be organized to cooperate with city buying commit tees in exchange of farm produce at a fair price That briefly is the entire pro gram of the strike Reno declared today Concede Production H society would concede pro duction costs all confusion heart aches and hard feelings could be avoided lie said In fact this question could be solved without violence or disregard of law If we put the plan into active operation among farmers The state presidents were asked to appoint active and dependable men to appeal to farmers in each county and to carry out the plan of appealing to organized groups in cities for support They would be asked to name purchasing commit tees to procure the supply and pur chase of food from committees of farmers In All of States This program is to be followed In all of the 18 states Reno said and reports from state presidents thus far had Indicated marked progress In making it effective particularly in Iowa Wisconsin Minnesota and North Dakota We have never held that farmers had the moral right to starve peo ple Reno explained all we ask is that society subscribe to that one fundamental of pro duction to the producer Farmers are to be asked in the name of this republic and our agri culture industry to help in the strike Settle Question If all farmers would refrain from buying or selling for ten days Reno said the question would be settled He added that he trembled for the future for if a fair and equit able adjustment Is nnt made the farmer will no longer submit to con AyT iL I fiscation of his property he will join IVlOnin j hands with those who favor the Will Rogers Says WASHINGTON May The senate not in session yesterday so the country got a break Everybody down hero feeling speech Talked to a lot of what used to be old line republicans why they are the most rabid democrats we got now You know I dont believe there is a thing that this man Roosevelt couldnt put over if he was a mind to He is so strong with the people and so convincing over the radio that if he ever got In a fight with congress all he would have to do is take it to the people via the air and he would lick any of em Yours WILL Copyright 1033 McNaUBht SyndkAtc Deaths Anteroom in Sing Sing Full OSSINING N Y May 10 Deaths anteroom is overflowing There are 28 men In Sing Sing pris ons death house waiting to walk through the little door that leads to eternity overthrow of government As be tween a communistic government enforced by the bayonet such as Russia has and a capitalistic au tocracy enforced the same way I have no choice Reno today made public a letter sent Monday to Henry A Wallace secretary of agriculture urging him to support the cost of production amendment in the farm bill or re sign Continue to Operate Do you believe It possible for the farmer to produce the food and the raw material to feed and clothe the nation at less than production costs Turn lo Ince 2 Column 2 RIOT TRIALS TO START IN JUNE 112 National Guardsmen at Le Mars Break Camp to Go Home DES MOINES May 10 of the men involved in northwest Iowa farm disturbances will not take place until the June term of court In Crawford and Plymouth counties Atty Gen E L OConnor announced upon his return from a trip through the disorder area last night Some of the Iowa national guard troops stationed at Le Mars and Denison were moving out today with the completion of the bulk of the work in arresting the alleged rioters and investigating the out breaks Martial law will be lifted at 9 a m tomorrow No Vencie Change OConnor said that he would not seek a change of venue inasmuch as judges from other districts had been assigned to handle the cases The attorney general said it was decided to file charges of inciting a riot against the leaders in the Den ison disturbance rather than con spiracy The leaders in the abduc tion of Judge C C Bradley of Le Mars will be charged with con spiracy Dr P R Mcis of Le Mars one of the men interested in the defense of the farmers said today that 000 for a defense fund had been promised from Sioux City persons Money is also being collected at Des Moines he said Judge Homer Fuller of Mount Ayr assigned to hear the cases at Denison arrived there today Fuller said he would open court as soon as martial law was lifted tomor row It was expected that the filing of civil charges and arraignment would be started at that time 100 Guardsmen Teft Adjutant General Charles Grahl said that approximately 100 guards men will be left at Denison and Le Mars after the evacuation in prog ress is completed These are ex pected to be withdrawn by Satur day or early next week A medical Tani to 2 Column 3 Dairy Fanners in Chicago Area Win Price Boost jf Cient Quart Faces Milk Consumers CHICAGO May 10 supplyingthe Chicago area with milk won a tentative Increase of 30 cents a hundred pounds and the public faced a probable rise in price of one cent a quart as an 18 hour conference between producers and distributors drew to a close early today Dr Clyde L King of Philadelphia arbitrator of the Chicago milk In dustry presided over the meeting and issued a statement declaring the increase In price to the farm ers would be conditional on results of a conference of a joint commit tee with Secretary of Agriculture Wallace In Washington Dr King said he would meet the representatives of the producers and distributors in the national capital Friday and that Secretary Wallace would be asked what the administrations program would be under the new farm act to curb cut rate competition As the long conference drew to a close the 18000 producers repre sented by directors of the Pure Milk association accepted the 30 cent increase which would raise the price froni S115 to a hundred pounds when it became apparent that their original demand for a 40 cent boost in price would be de feated It was provided that the increase would become effective not later than next Monday Urges Drive Against Benevolent Groups DES MOINES May 10 Asst Atty Gen Lehnn Ryan in an opinion submitted to Insurance Commissioner E W Clark stated that so called benevolent and pro tective societies were operating as insurance companies and recom mended that a campaign be start ed to rid the state of them Crowds Sing Cheer at Declaration Against Bolivia ASUNCION Paraguay May 10 today formally de clared war against Bolivia Bolivia ind Paraguay have been engaged n a hitherto undeclared war in he Gran Chaco border area since ast summer President Eusebio Ayala using lie authority recently voted him by ongress signed the declaration at 1 R m News of this action provoked reat demonstrations as soon ns it cached the streets The celebra lons were the most widespread hat have occurred since the hostili ies began last June Crowds forced lirough the thoroughfares singing and cheering For the first time in 50 years the Chaco dispute has reached the for mal status of warfare although for years intermittent fighting ha tept both nations armed Keep Out Supplies Paraguay hopes that formal dec larations of neutrality by Argcntlni and Chile and perhaps by Peru nn Brazil will hamper Bolivian impor tatlon of supplies Both nations are determined tha tae present struggle shall reault 1 definitetandpermanent aettlemeh of the long standing Gran Chac strife Except for the belated entry several South American nation into the World war this is the firs declaration of war on the continen since Bolivia and Peru fought Chli in 1879 over nitrate fields thereb altering Pacific boundaries Job Up to Tongue WASHINGTON May 10 Paraguays formal declaration o war against Bolivia today gave rise to a feeling among American officials that the situation can no ongcr be handled by negotiations in Washington and must be taken over ay the league of nations to which both Paraguay and Bolivia belong With evident concern It was pointed out In state department quarters that as Bolivia is not a of the KelloggBriand peace pact which renounces war as national policy negotiations un der that agreement are generally believed to be impossible Under the covenant of the league of nations further steps may be taken to bring the conflict to an nd Pact With Argentina Paraguays declaration of war Is generally regarded in American of ficial circles as an indication that Paraguay has a very definite un derstanding with Argentina The two countries have been al lied politically for years and it is expected that the Argentines will immediately place an embargo on the shipment of supplies over the railway leading from Argentina to Bolivia Whether Chile and Peru the other two countries from which railways lead into Bolivia will also cut off communications with Bolivia as matter of conjecture Farm Import Tariffs Will Be Held Off resident Says Truce Bar to Immediate Application WASHINGTON May 10 resident Roosevelt definitely in icated today that in view of the Orld tariff truce he does not think he United States should impose mport taxes on agricultural prod cts as provided under the new arm bill during the period of the ruce He believes there will be no neces ity for levying these import liarges between now and June 12 the world economic confcr nce meets in London and the pre minary truce would expire The nited States plans to move a sec nd truce at the opening of the con crence to cover its duration Provides Processing Tax The farm bill provides for pro essing taxes on wheat cotton corn ogs rice tobacco and dairy prod cts as a means of raising the mount thefarmer receives To pre ent foreign imports of these prod cts from benefiting in the Ameri an market a compensatory tax vonld be levied on the same nrt cles brought into this country The farm bill now is in the final tape of enactment and probably vill reach the president in a very hort time Developments as to the ariff feature today would not af ccL its administration as a whole ilans already being under way at he agriculture department to get he huge machinery under way Cheered by Progress Cheered by progress Mr Roose volt is most hopeful that u per mantint truce to lost through th London economic conference can The president has virtually d cided to send to congress a reque for authority to deal with oth nations on the tariff on a reciproci basis although he puts this pla still in the probable class War debts and disarmament dis cussions are banned in the white house speculation as It was made clear Air Roosevelt was not ready to speak for publication on these topics Husband Wins Farm as Alimony Payment POMEROY Ohio May 10 Mrs Violet Turner was ordered to turn over to her husband Thomas a 150 acre farm as alimony pay ment when he obtained a divorce on cruelty charges The husband was granted custody of their two children Yost Is Director of Polk County Relief DES MOINES May 10 Frank Yoat a former resident of i Davenport was named administra tor of P C poor relief funds In Polk county by members of the Polk county emergency relief com mittee Body of Jack Tobin Taken to Burlington ST PAUL May 10 services and burial are to be held in Burlington Iowa for Jack Tobin 37 World war veteran who died Monday in the United States vet eran hospital at Fort Snelling after a years illness His body was to be sent to Iowa today Tobin who was manager of the Panor Shoe com pany here formerly lived in Des Moines Stump War Veteran Marshalltown Dies MARSHALLTOWN May 10 X services were being ar ranged for Reuben Stump 55 prom inent war veteran who died at his home Monday night He was re cently awarded a purple heart med al by the government Hijackers let 10 Years BURLINGTON May 10 Sentences of not to exceed 10 years were given Bert Hand and Drew Orton in connection with holding up Clyde Bonar and hijacking 25 gallons of alcohol TARIFF TRUCE IS STRENGTHENED Suggestions in U S Note Are Concurred With by Great Britain LONDON May 10 American tariff truce project was strengthened somewhat by sugges ions from the United States gov ernment which were conveyed to British quarters this noon by Nor man H Davis the United States ambossacloratlarge American circles here said Suggestions made in a note from the United States government were minor but were accepted immccli utely by the British and submitted at once to six other governments whose answers arc expected today or tomorrow The text of the proposal as now arranged provides not only for the acceptance of an immediate tariff armistice by the eight principal na tions but includes also a recommen dation to other nations the world to join in Mr Davis who first presented the truce idea more than a week ago lunched today with Walter Runciman president of the British board of trade and talked over the matter This afternoon the American en voy conferred with foreign office officials He said that he hoped the NATE AGREES TO DROP COST OFPRODUCTION to Abandon Price Guarantee Plan by 4833 Ballot WASHINGTON May 10 By i to 33 the senate abandoned its cost of production guarantee plan the farminflation bill today aking the legislation ready for resident Roosevelts signature Inasmuch as Speaker Rainey was ut of the city and so unable to at ach his name to the bill it was for it to be transmitted once to the white house Under congressional procedure it necessary for the vice president nd the speaker of the house to sign gislation before it reaches the resident Kllmimttc Basic Immediately after taking its final ote the senate agreed to n house esolution eliminating the word basic from the text of the bills revisions governing the licensing agricultural commodity distribu ors This wiis done to make this see on conform with the provisions of he bill permitting marketing agree ents Aa the bill stood before this step he secretary could permit market ng agreements covering any com modity but issues licenses only for those handling basic agricultural commodities Expect No Delay The president is expected to sign the till without flolay and arrange ments aro being made to credit inTlation Hnto ef fect by purchase in the open mar ket of up to three billion dollars in federal bonds The measure seeks to lift farm in come to prewar levels by giving wide power to Secretary Wallace to make marketing agreements levy processing taxes on basic commodi ties and compensatory taxes on competing products It also pro poses to refinance farm mortgages at per cent interest through the land bank system Basic Commodities It lists as bnslc commodities Cotton corn wheat hogs rice to bacco and dairy products Farm mortgages would be refi nanced through a two billion dollar land bank bond issue To aid the farmer further It provides from the R F C for loans to farmers to enable them to refinance other debts through compositions with credi tors as provided in the bankruptcy law The inflation section gives the iresiclent broad discretionary pow acceptance by other would be received In governments time to call together the organizing committee of the world economic conference tomorrow morning so that he could depart for Qeneva tomorrow afternoon Loses Her Job and Dies in Leap Out of 23rd Floor Window CHICAGO May 10 few minutes after she hud lost her job as dentists assistant Miss Rebecca C Roche 23 of Calumet Mich leaped from the office window or the twentythird floorof a building nt Lake street and Michigan boule vard today She fell to the roof of an adjoin ing three story building Still living she raised her head as witnesses ran to her aid and cried help me help me A few minutes later she died crs over him to the currency authorizing To Expand Credit Expand federal reserve credit by 53000000000 Issue 53000000000 of new cur rency Reduce the gold content of the dollar by not more than 50 per cent Accept up to 200000000 in sil ver at SO cents an ounce on the war debts and issue silver certifi cates on such metal Remonetize silver at a definite ratio with gold and provide for free and unlimited coinage Des Moines to Have New Airplane Hangar DES MOINES May 10 Construction of a airplane hangar at the new Des air port was announced by Boeing of ficials Construction will begin within two weeks Kirby Injured in Auto Mishap Dies WATERLOO May 10 nis Kirby 62 injured Saturday in an auto accident near New Hamp ton died today at his home here IOWA WEATHER Occasional rain probable Wed nesday night and Thursday continued cool LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for hour period eding at 8 oclock 24 Wednesday morning Maximum Tuesday Minimum in Night At 8 A St Kuinfull 13 37 40   

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