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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 13, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                J H A fi L 0 H E R HIS fi AS 1 DEP 1 OF 1OVA DES WOINC3 North Iowas Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES AU NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY 13 1933 nils PAPEH CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 189 Brightening Boylan Would Have Congress Book Readable ROBS BRICELYN BANK OF A fT f ASHINGTON May 13 Things are a bit happier in the house for John J Boylan of New York Boylan has uebn crusading for a long time in behalf of the c o n g r e s sional dai ly story of what goes on in the legislative cham bers of the capi tal He b e li e v e s that the record should be made more readable He would make of it a publication showing from day to day a cross section of the coun try Hed put in comics and car toons He would have it illustrated by drawings and pictures The rules of the house are very strict in this respect Generally speaking illustrations of all sorts are barred One member did suc ceed at one time in getting a picture of a prize cow in it but it was more or Jess of an accident Always a Barrier Boylans luck in getting in little human interest stories and poems up until the present congress has been a bit precarious And it was because of Representative Underbill of Massachusetts Underfill was the unofficial guar dian of the record on the floor Since insertions of material must be by unanimous consent Underbill I object spelled doom for counlr less speeches poems and editorials and the Jike Wanted Poems in It was highly amusing at times to watch Boylan trying to elude the eyervratchful Underbill At one time Wisconsin Pickets Dump 500 Gallons of Milk CHICAGO HAS NO SHORTAGE WITH STRIKE OPENING Minnesota and Iowa to Obey Order Delaying Farm Holiday f abotit G ebrge Washin g ton Underbill objected much to the dlsgTist of Boyian A short time lat er he asked that he be permitted to address the house for five minutes Underbill again objected pointing out that Boylans purpose was to vead the poems This was too much for Boylan He demanded a parliamentary in quiry When asked to state its na ture he said he wanted to know if Underbill was psychic or juat a good mind reader A Watchman Gone Underbill is no longer in the house having retired last session And so far no one has displayed his zeal in guarding the record Cooperating with another mem ber the other day there appeared in the record an account of how the late Will Wood of Indiana for mer chairman of the appropriations committee daily for more than 20 years fed a flock of pigeons outside his office The story told of how the pigeons knew Wood so well they would sass him back in pigeon language and of how daily they look up in the faces of hoping to recognize him Its a good story but one can al most hear the snort Charlie Under bill would have given had be been in the house when request was made to print it in the record RACINE Wis May 13 Farm strike pickets today dumped 500 gallons of milk from a truck which had been escorted out of Ra cint county by Racine deputy sheriffs The dumping cocurred in Kenosha county after Racine depu ties stopped at the county line Officers estimated that more than 300 farmers trailed the truck into Kenosha county Pickets swarmed about the truck and spilled the load a moment after Racine deputies armed with rifles had turned about to go home Frank Welch of Union Grove was the driver and he had picked up milk for delivery to the Salem dairy in Kenosha county Western sections of Kenosha and Racine counties where the disorder took place are in a region where by executive order ordinary milk markets are open CONSPIRACY CHARGED Frank North 40 of Vail was named as an alleged ringleader of 22 men formally charged with conspiracy and contempt of court in connection with farm riots at a mortgage foreclosure sale near Deuison Iowa Asso ciated Press MILK IN CHICAGO CHICAGO May 13 flowed Into Chicago as usual today as northern Illinois dairymen pre cipitated to jvithhold thglr products from market At Woodstock hi McHenry coun ty milk producing center of the region not more than 5 per cent of the dairymen withheld their milk A group of representatives of the Pure Milk association gathered In front of the Borden Dairy ponys plant nnd requested com each Man Badly Burned in Blast Recovers DES MOINES May 13 tin Edison 34 was recovering from severe burns today after his young daughters had possibly saved his life after a can of gasoline he was pour ing into his automobile exploded The screams of the girls brought neighbors who smothered the flames and rushed Edison to a hospital farmer who appeared for his daily delivery not to bring it in tomorrow Met by Dlssuadcrs At other principal depots farm ers were met by dissuaders but made their deliveries and the few dairymen who stood on their deci sion to withhold marketing cap itulated when they learned the fluid was going through at other dairy enters Officials of the larger milk com lanies in Chicago said that reports rom milk depots indicated the sup ly was coming in normal quanti ies A group of Wisconsin and Illinois armers of the Chicago milk shed net at Woodstock 111 last night and decided to carry out their strike in spite of temporary col apse of the Farmers National Holi day associations plans to halt mar teting of farm products Virtually No Picketing There Vas virtually no picketing of highways and no disturbances said Sheriff Walter Eddinger of McHenry county The Pure Milk association mar keting organization of 18000 dairy men in Illinois Wisconsin and In diana reported there was virtually no curtailment of milk shipments 0 Chicago The association said Chicagos milk supply the next few days was assured AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I believe in supportin missionaries but theres no sense in walkin five miles for dandelion greena till you cut the ones in your front Wallace Appoints Charles J Brand Peeks Ghieif fflle Native Minnesotan Will Be CoAdininistrator of Farm Bill WASHINGTON May 13 ff1 Secretary Wallace today formally announced appointment of Charles J Brand of Washington D C a native Minnesotan as coadminis trator of the farm relief act Brand will be the principal assist ant of George N Peek of Moline 111 chief administrator Another coadministrator is to bo appointed probably Chester Davis former Montana commissioner of agricul ture Wallace told reporters the prob lem of bringing about a program of acreage reduction this year has been greatly complicated by the de lay in passage of the farm relief act and the rapid advance of plant ing in the last month Practically all of the wheat has now been sown and he said there is a possibility no acreage curtailment program for the crop will he undertaken until next fall when winter wheat Is sown for harvest the following year Wallace said he will proceed with measures to help the producers 01 other basic commodities in the bll corn hogs rice tobacco and dairy soon as possible Plan Tax for Financing of Public Works ReEmployment Levy Set for Output of All Industry WASHINGTON May 13 reemployment tax of between 1 and 1V2 per cent on the output of all industry has been agreed upon by President Roosevelts commit tee which is drafting the public worksindustrial regulation bill as a means of paying interest and pro ding a maturity fund for the gov rnmcnt securities to be issued for nancing the construction pro ram With some details yet to be set ed committee members said as icy left a lengthy conference that 10 proposed legislation would un oubtedly be laid before President oosevelt in completed form to ght Lewis W Douglas has a din er engagement at the white house Leaves Door Open It was said the draft to be placed efore the chief executive would pecify neither bonds nor short erm securities for obtaining the 3300000000 but would leave the oor open neither for bonds or short erm borrowing as seemed best to t the financial situation A delegation of manufacturers id by Robert L Lund president of 1C National Association of Manu acturers studied the bill at length oda with Douglas Senator Wag er of New York and Donald Rich erg representative of labor It was aid the plan met with their ap iroval iir Must Be Kept Balanced Mr Roosevelt and Lewis W Douglas director of the budget ave decreed that the federal bud get must be kept within balance and hat costs of financing the 00000 bond issue must come frorr ew sources Despite the general opposition In ongrcss to new taxes at this time was believed that whatever new evies are decided upon would be pproved without serious dlfficul ies It appeared likely that some ort of sales tax on socalled lux uries would be proposed The public onstructkm to be undertaken wil nclude federal state and municipa irojects The federal plans are ox icctcd tocall for new naval build ng as well as rivers and harbors works However no decision will b made for some time BACK MILK STRIKERS ATWATER Minn May 13 The Minnesota Farmers Holiday as sociation will do all in its power to discourage shipment of milk to Turn to paRe 2 cotiimn 0 EFFECTS FELT SOON AGAIN PAID IN HOG MARKET Week of Steadily Advancing Prices Shows Gain of Even Dollar CHICAGO May 13 lowly porker staged a comeback to day with another 15 to 25 cent jump to reach a hundred pounds an even dollar gain after a week of steadily advancing prices The boost in the price of hogs known in the trade as finished corn was in sympathy with the rise In that grain Corn prices were almost double the Iowa for this year The farmer figures seven bushels of corn fed to hogs In creases their weight 100 pounds At the cheapest price this year hogs sold for Todays quota tion represents an increase of about 67 per cent WASHINGTON May 13 Definite accomplishments are ex pected to flow from Americas new broad gauged farm relief law within 30 days That was the optimistic word given today by Secretary Wallac who looks hopefully toward an up ward swing to higher and mor stable prices and at the same time to a respite for farmers from th heavy pounding of the auctioneer hammer Heartened by the decision of mid west leaders to call off the nationa I farm strike scheduled to begin to I day Wallace plunged at once Int the intricate job of bringing bad good times to on industry whic has been in the grip of deflationar influences for 13 years Morgcnthau Ready Henry Morgenthau Jr who wi administer mortgage refinancln provisions of the sweeping farm re lief inflation act signed yesterda by President Roosevelt prepared t make the first loans to farmer available Monday These loans wi be from a 200000000 fund to hel out farmers recently foreclosed o facing such action soon Refinancing mortgages up to limit of 52000000000 will begin i about 10 days In a statement issued after sign ing the bill Mr Roosevelt urge patience on the part of creditor until the machinery for mortgag relief can be set in motion He geatcd that all foreclosure procoet Turn to page 2 colnmn 8 ASK 50 NATIONS TO JOIN POWERS TARIFF TRUCE Merman Davis Goes to Paris After 2 Weeks in London LONDON May 13 na ons were called upon today to join he immediate tariff truce now ac epted by eight leading countries Prime Minister MacDonald chair iian of the world economic confer nce is seeking universal adherence o the American proposal by pre enting the agreement reached here yesterday to all the other countries nvited to the conference The eight originating govern United States Great Britain France Italy Japan Ger1 uany Norway and onceded technical ana minor reser vations without sacrifice of any of lhe principles in the American plan To Other Nations The section of the truce addressed o other nations says The said governments agree and strongly urge all other governments participating In the conference to agree that they will not before June 12 nor during the proceedings the conference adopt any new nitiativcs which might increase the many varieties of difficulties now arresting international commerce conference is expected to last from untlVlate 3 Mysterious Slayings in Minnesota Community right to withdraw from this agree ment at any time after July 31 1933 on giving one months pre vious notice Davis Leaves London Norman H Davis President Roosevelts special envoy and his party left at 2 p m today for Paris after two weejts of hard work on the truce project Mr Davis will continue to Geneva Monday night to tackle the world disarmament crisis at the scene of the confer ence It is my understanding that in ac cepting the tariff truce none of the governments bind themselves in ad vance to accept an interpretation which any other government may place upon any reservations Mr Davis told the economic conference FEW CHANGES IN GLASS BANK ACT Controversial Measure tt Strengthen Laws Passed by Committee WASHINGTON May 1 tJP The controversiay Glass bill to strengthen the national banking aws and insure deposits was ap proved unanimously today by the senate banking committee No material changes were made In the bill as approved by the sub committee last week Chairman 31as3 D of the subcommit tee said he would submit the report to the senate Monday and ask for consideration as soon as possible Earl Action Expected Early action on the legislation is expected in the senate as no other major measure is peding An effort to amend the bill to make its deposit insurance provis ion effective immediately upon en actment Instead of waiting a year was defeated in the committee 8 to 4 After voting this down the com mittee then agreed to accept the de posit insurance clause as written into the bill by a ballot of 11 to 1 No Record Vote There was no record vote on final approval of the bill but Chairman Fletcher said no opposition was ex pressed A clause postponing the effective date of the deposit insurance plan until July 1 1934 was added to the bill at the insistence of Secretary Woodin Iowa Asked to Send Delegate to Lansing LANSING Mich May 13 Iowa was invited to be represented at a conference of governors of 23 interested states to force ratifica tion of the Great LakesSt Law rence treaty The move was started by Governor Cometock of Michigan organizing committee when the truce was algned The resolution is a declaration of the general pur pose and intention and it rests with each government to act fairly in accord with its spirit Gains Reservations Great Britain gained reservations permitting it to continue ncgotia tiona for trade agreements but it must stow that ita policy is aimed to raise the general level of world prices and not lower them France and Italy expressed fears that the American dollar would de preciate further and an tscape clause is provided in this event to permit protective measures The American view is that the burden of jroof that any devaluation is dam iging rests with the nations mak ing the claim Kvcnt of Emergencies Germany made technical reserva ions in event of emergencies aris ng in connection with its position as the largest debtor nation Warned by the growth of anti German feeling In France and Great Britain Chancellor Hitler and his cabinet in Berlin prepared a declara tion of policy on the disarmament question upon which the conference at Geneva is now deadlocked Hitlers pronouncement to be made to a special session the Reichstag next Wednesday is being awaited by other governments as a document of great importance which may open the way to the quick and far reaching solutions Military Disarmament The Berlin announcement of the special reichstag session appeared to come as a direct response to a joint statement issued by President Roosevelt and Hjalmar Schacht German emissary at the end of their Washington discussions Quick and far reaching solutions are necessary to lave the economic life of the world said the Roosc veltSchacht statement This aim cannot be achieved un less along with economic disarm ament there is military disarma ment International cooperation is needed above all else to restore eco nomic life and to insure peace Pall of Fear Spread by Two Shootings and Torture Death FERGUS FALLS Minn May 13 mysterious shootings from ambush and the unsolved torture death of a third farmer all within a year today had spread a pall of fear over the countryside Believed by authorities to have been the victim of a sniper maniac Ed Borchardt who was shot down a week ago while he worked in a field was near death today Like August Grace who was slain ast July Borchardt was shot with a rifle fired from a pile of rocks irace was dead when found and 3orchardt has been too weak to discuss the shooting but Investiga ors believed lie did not see his as sailant Ilcclnse Third Victim The other victim was Mons Jacob son a recluse He was trapped in his barn a few days before the Jrace slaying and tortured to death n August last year o barn on the Henry Abbott farm was burned mysteriously Human bones were found in the ruina No one in the neighborhood was missing and they vcre believed to have been those of a transient A man later sent to the state In sane asylum was questioned after the 1932 outbreak but was exoner ated Sheriff J C Henkes of Otter Tai county today said he had no clews in any of the cases Borchardt wa shot with a small bore rifle pre sumably a 22 caliber Borchardt the father of 10 children has beei so low that the bullet which lodge in bis back has not been remove Sheriff Henkes believes examina tion of the bullet mlght help him i his investigation Attacks Puzzling Melvin C Passolt chief of th state criminal apprehension bureau who assigned men to the cases said the attacks were as puzzlin as anything he had ever encoun tered He added that the rough brushy country where the victims live greatly aided the sniper in clud ing officers and possemen Living in a virtual state of ter ror residents of the adjacent farm and woods regions have arme themselves and some men carry weapons with them to the field Homes are barred at night and many families forbid their children to go outside unless accompaniei by adults Joy Ridgeway One of Nominees for State B P W Treasure SIOUX CITY May 13 Helen L Hamilton of Davcnpor nnd Goldie Worth of Centervil were nominated today for the pres dcncy of the Iowa Business and Pro fesslonal Womens club Other nominations submitted the annual convention were Fo first vice president Dorothy Bui bank Dts Moines and Dr Ethe Griffin Sioux City for second vie president Blanche Maytag Newton and Florence Woods Ames for re cording secretary Opal Bnrndi Council Bluffs and Kathryn Burk Waterloo for treasurer Joy RidgE way Mason City and Lora Tucke Murshalltown GROWS WEAKER POONA Iiulln May 13 The Miihiitiim GimilhiH weight was clown to OS pounds today sis he continued the three weeka he begun lust Monthly no cm Concern arose because ho was showing distaste lor the steady diet ot wnter and It was feared he wan not drinking enough The Mahntma is HO weak ho has to be carried Polish Statesman WARSAW Poland May 13 Casimir Olszowski Polish ambas sador to Turkey and former minis ter to Berlin died today IN AGREEMENT ON MUSCLE SHOALS Early Senate Acceptance of Conferees Compromise to Be Sought WASHINGTON May 13 Congressional conferees today reached a complete agreement on the administrations Tennessee val ley developmentMuscle Shoals Dill and early senate approval will be sought Senator Norris republican Nebr whose bill was accepted in the main by the conferees as to government construction of power transmission lines and experimental production of fertilizer describe the final draft as the best Muscle Shoals bill we have ever passed Although it has been defeated several times by presidential ve toes and held up otherwise In the pant he added if was probably best after all We have n president now who whole hcartedly favors the policy outlined and we never had one before KIDNAPING TALE BRANDED FALSE Federal Official Says Means Makes Piker of Baron Munchausen WASHINGTON May 13 A federal official after investigat ing the story told by Gaston B Means of his contacts with the kidnapers of the Lindbergh baby to day pronounced the tale a figment of a weird imagination that makes Baron Munchausen look like a pike Definitely disproved was the statement that the Eelizabeth N J safety deposit box of Max Has sell murdered beer baron con tained either Mrs Evalyn Walsh McLeans or Colonel Charles A Lindberghs ransom money Mi 4V11 Denominations The in currency in that box was in all denominations rang ing from 50 to federal men saiti while the largest bills in the ransom money the colonel paid out through J F Condon Jalsie were twentica Of the money Mrs Mc Lean turned over to Means was in twenties 510000 in hundred dollar hills In Detroit investigation showed that one addresa given by Means from the witness stand yesterday as that of Wellington Henderson was tlie local headquarters of the workers party The name occurred in no available records Aid to Prosecution The federal prosecutors in the trial of Means and Norman T Whit aker on charges of conspiracy to de fraud Mrs McLean of an additional is to be resumed confidence to Jay that Means fantlstic story wold help them more than it would the defense There was no certainty that Whitakcr identified as the mys terious Fox of the Means ransom negotiations would tnke the stand in his own defense Though he said he wants to there were indications his attorney might rule against it Means the secret operative ex traordinary hunter of communists and convicted swindler brought his narrative to an astounding climax yesterday with the testimony that the body Colonel Charles A Lind bergh Identified at his first born son wan in reality a plant nnd not the real Lindbergh child BANDIT HEADING SOUTH OFFICERS OF IOWA WATCH Robber Spends Nigbt in Bank and Holds Up 2 Employes BRICELYN Minn May lone bandit held up the Bricelyn state bank this morning after hid ing in the bank duringthe night and escaped with about 51500 He locked two employes and two cus tomers in the basement of the bank The bandit headed south and of ficers throughout southern Minne sota and North Iowa were on the lookout for him He was driving a 1929 Ford sedan of dark color and with a Minnesota license 151430 which was either 1932 or 1933 WHS Wearing Overalls The bandit was described as be tween 30 and 35 years of age about 5 feet 9 inches tall and wearing overalls He had dark eyes and was of a dark complexion This same bank was robbed of several thousand dollars last Aug ust The holdup occurred between and oclock this morning Carl Gerzema assistant cashier nnd Gladys Erdal stenographer enter ed the bank at the same time to open up the institution They were closely followed by two customers The four were taken by surprise as the bandit covered them with his gun Ted Carlson and Hy Keen were the two customers Locked Basement The assistant caatilet was order ed at the pointof the gunf to open up the safe Then the two employes and the two customers were com manded to get into n cloak room After the bandit scooped up some currency which was to have been used in the cash till today he took the four from the closet and order ed them Into the basement the door fled out the rear door to hig car which had been parked near the creamery about 300 feet away He climbed in and headed south Seen By Pedestrian On leavingthe bank the bandit had removed his mask Willfam Johnson who was walking down the street saw him and furnished of ficers with a description of his age and appearance The four who were ocked in the basement called out a window for help and were quickly released Johnson and Carl Holquist chased the robber car and obtained the number Local officers and officers in nearby counties were at once noti fied of the robbery and furnished a description of the bandit The cat was dark brown or blue the exact color of which was not learned as the auto was quite dirty Operator of Aviation School Gets Damages IOWA CITY May 13 dis trict court jury awarded Paul Shaw flying school operator 1OOO in hia suit for damages to his plane against Frank Carson Iowa City Shaw claimed Carson had been neg ligent in allowing the ship to be wrecked in a forced landing Iowa Farmer Commits Suicide by Shooting LOGAN May 13 Fred Rein hardt 49 farmer living near Mag nolia committed suicide today by shooting No motive lished His widow daughter survive was estab son and a IOWA WEATHER Fair Saturday night and Sun day cooler In extreme eaat portion Saturday night LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar company weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Saturday Maximum Friday 61 Lowest in thenight 4fS At R A M Saturday 40 Precipitation 11 of an Inch Indications of clearing skies were evident Saturday morning WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO May 13 Weath er outlook for the week beginning Monday May 15 For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri val leys and the northern and central great plains Rain at beginning possible showers Tnseday or Wed nesday and again near end of week temperatures mostly near normal   

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