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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 14, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                HtS ML Ai orpy atIOWA UCH NE3 North Iowa8t DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOC1ATFD PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 14 1933 TUI3 PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO BECTIONB SECTION ONE NO 216 You Cannot Judge Huey Just as Kingfish Is Figured Out He Changes Style By HERBERT FLTJMMER WASHINGTON June 14 There seems to be no easy way of figuring out Huey Long of Louisi he will do or say next For several months almost since the start of the special session there has been com ment on how Huey had changed He had shown little of that blustery temp e r a m e n t and caustic speech which had led some to term him the bad boy of the senate Why youre HUEY P LON6 U S RECEIVES BRITISH PAYMENT Lehigh Cement Plant to Be Monday safe to stroll out of the press gal lery for a smoke when Hueys talk ing now remarked one of the mem bers of the press gallery recently Huey Culms Down And you were Huey even per mitted the Glass banking bill his pet target to go through the senate without much protest There was talk that he had agreed not to op pose it after an amendment provid ing for insurance of bank deposits had been included In the bill Whether this is true or not he did keep comparatively quiet and the measure went through the sen ate quickly There were all sorts of explana tions offered for the change in HueySome suggested that he had found he could be more effective in his new role s Just Like Before But everybody apparently was wrong For juat when they thought a new Huey had come into being out sprang the old Huey with as much fire and thunder as he had shown before The administrations industrial re covery set him bffr but before he had put many of bis cards on the table The wom an who made lard at hog killing time In her backyard the man in the rural sections who shouldered hisax and went Intothe woods to hew crossties for railroads would be put out of business under the terms of the bill he shouted He didnt care what others might do but as for himself he intended to take careV of the women at the wash who he said had given him whatever political standing he had Goes After Joe He went after Joe Robinson the democratic again andre newed that old feud He threatened to go into Arkansas at next elec tion time when Robinson comes up for reelection apparently in an effort to get Robinsons political scalp The whole thing was typical of kingfish going strong When he had finished Robinson waded into him Not since the time the democratic leader took Tom Heflin of Alabama over the hurdles for his attacks on the Catholic church in the senate has Robinson dealt so severely with one of his democratic brethren But the kingfish cameup from the word lashing he received from Robinson with the resiliency of a rubber ball LongIsland Citizens Propose 49th State NEW YORK June 14 union would have 49 states if some folk on Long Island had their way Some civic leaders there are sug gesting secession from New York state as the result of auto taxes and bridge tolls proposed by New York City Said Warren B Ashmead queens republican leader I think personally it would be a great thing1 AUNT NET By Robert Quillen I couldnt enjoy the ser mon for lookin at the new hats on women that owe Pa for groceries FIRM TO FURNISH WORKFORFORCE Task of Getting Plant Ready for Operation Already Begun The Lehigh cement plant with a force of from 175 to 200 workers will be in active operation by Mon day of the coming week Such was the news given out Wednesday on authority of Oscar Davis plant superintendent Already the process of preparing for a resumption of production has been started Kilns must be scoured quarry locomotives must be tuned up and throughout the plant there must be a cleaning up and repair ing Men Being Called Back A small number of men was re called Wednesday and each day there will be increments until Mon day capacity production from four kilns will be attained This decision was reached Tues day when D E Ritter of Allen town Pa vice president and gen eral manager of the Lehigh com panys several cement plants and his assistant H R Hausmari were in Mason City Both officials left Wednesday for lola Kans The local plant has been closed down since Dec1 1932 adimlnish for cement1 having ne V Economic pickup Reflected The reopeningat this time is a reflection of spurred activity In the building trades and in business gen erally If the pickup from now on Is as marked has been since April 1 it is believed that there can be continuous operation of the plant from now on except perhaps for the annual period for repairs and the like The Northwestern States plant re sumed operations on June 1 after a shutdown of two months 1 Both plants will be operating with three shifts each working eight hours Drunkard Has to Go to Church Regularly CHICAGO June 14 Claeaon was ordered to attend church every Sunday and piit a quarter in the collection plate each time Judge Haas in town hall court issued the order after Claeaons wife had him arosted on a disorderly con duct charge complaining that he had been Intoxicated off and on for eight years First Band Concert at Floyd on Friday FLOYD June 14The first band concert of the season will be given Friday evening Keith Conklln is the leader and the band has had practice the past month QUESTIONED IN AMES SLAYING Enlisted Man With ROTC at Iowa State College Is Detained NEVADA June 14 John Hattery said today that he was detaining Orvil Olson 36 an enlftcd man with the R o T C at Iowa State college for questioning in the death of Fred M worth 38 Hollingswortb an employe in the chemistry department at the col lege was found slain in his auto mobile yesterday four miles east of Ames It was learned that Olson had been secretly questioned throughout Tuesday but both the sheriff and Ames police declined to reveal any connection he might have in the case No charges have been filed against him The coroners inquest was ad journed this morning after the jurors viewed the body at the re quest of County Attorney Jeffrey Hugen and Attorney Carl Smedal special prosecutor Olsons counsel filed a writ of habeas corpus today In an attempt to free Olson held without charge Funeral services for Holllngs worth will be tomorrow afternoon MANNISH FOR DANISH Mrs Ruth Bryan Owen U S minister to Denmark sets the styles for the woman envoys with a mannish walking costume as she takes a stroll In Copenhagen Central BadWeather Blocks of 2 Flights 24 Italian Seaplanes Delay Takeoff for Chicago BY ASSOCIATED PRESS Inclement weather Wednesday interferred with the progress and the beginning of two outstanding aviation exploits Twentyfour Italian seaplanes were delayed in their scheduled takeoff from Orbetello Italy for Chicago and Intermediate points The air ministry said they would leave as soon as the weather cleared Jimmy Mattern American avia tor on a solo flight around the world returned to Khabarovsk Si beria eight hours after leaving that town for his transPacific hop tn Alaska Capt J Errol Boyd and two com panions arrived at Port Au Prince Haiti from St Marc Haiti where they had been forced down on their good will nonstop journey from New York In Havana whose residents ac corded them an enthusiastic recep tion two Spanish flyers Capt Ma riano Barberan and Lieut Joaquin Collar were planning to continue to Mexico City They arrived in Cuba Sunday after a nonstop crossing from Spain Another 4th Cousin of Abe Lincoln Born WALLA WALLA Wash June 14 fourth cousin of Abraham Lincoln has been born She is Jacqueline Wright the daughter of Mr and Mrs W E Wright Her great great grand mother family records say was Lincolns mothers sister Moving of Augustana Seminary Is Debated CHICAGO Juno 14 of the chief subjects of the Swedish Lutheran synodlcal convention to day was debate of the removal of the Augustana Theological seminary from Bock Island I1L to Chicago SENATE ADOPTS AMENDMENT TO VETERANS BILL House Passes Conferees Appropriations Bill Compromise WASHINGTON June 14 The senate today adopted an admin istration perfecting amendment to the house veterans compromise to take care of SpanishAmerican war veterans over 55 years of age A motion that the senate accept the houseadministration veterans relief compromise with the amend ment providing for pensions for SpanishAmerican war veterans as proposed by President Roosevelt had been put before tlie senate by Senator Byrnes D S an administration spokesman Byrnes motion brought to a clear cut issue the impending fight be tween the president and the senate over liberalizing the effects of the economy laws reductions in bene fits to former soldiers 515 a Month As presented by Byrnes the amendment to the houseadminis tration compromise would provide that Spanish American war veter ans 55 years or older or 5 per cent disabled should be paid a pension of at least a month This would in substance pro vide by law thepromise contained in a letter President Roose veltto thehouse steer Ing committee1 to take care of this class of veterans by regulation Charges of buck passing were raised on Capitol Hill with leaders in dispute as to which branch of congress should act first House democratic leaders con tended their branch already had gone on record for the Roosevelt compromise and that It waa up to the senate to vote either for or against the Connally or Steiwer Cutting amendment Ask House to Vote Senate leaders maintained the house should vote again They plan ned to have the house if possible act on a partial conference report Representatives Byrns of Tennes see the democratic leader said the house already has gone up against it and the senate is trying to pass the buck back to the house for an other vote so they can say the house knocked out the Connally amendment It looks like the senate is look ing for a storm cellar as usual Byrns told reporters The appropriation bill was practically completed in congress today with house accep tance of senate amendments adding to the sum it had vot ed The senate has yet to agree to the conference report however Approve Changes Senate changes approved by the other branch included 5250000 for the George Rogers Clarke memor ial at Vincennes Ind 58000000 for earthquake loans by the Reconstrc tion corporation and for payment to white settlers on Indian Pueblo lands in New Mexico The house also approved the sen ate amendment to authorize the payment of funds expended by President Roosevelt preliminary to enactment of the MtiscleShoals Tennessee valley development bill No amount was slated The conference report eliminated 510000 for the interparliamentary union meeting and 5300000 for a grasshoppr eradication in north western states and left in for seriate investigation of private banks Senate approval is expected by democratic leaders Rainey Goes Home Expectation of a quick windup wag shown by Speaker Rainey who last night packed up and went home He did however leave the house in charge of one of the ablest party pilots Bankhead of Al abama who has handled many a difficult situation In the past The senators today were on the alert for the presidents handling of the war debt question Many had wanted to stall along the session until the results of the Thursday payment date had been ascertained The promised publication today of an American answer to Britains partial payment offer was expect ed to answer their questions Made to Church SWALEDALE June ters are working on the Catholic church repairing after the damage done by the windstorm and adding a hall on the north Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal June prime ministers dont Set so big that they can over look what they consider an old insult When Ramsay MacDonald was on the ocean coming over ap parently with all the advantages of a cheap money why we went off the gold and he liked to have jumped in the ocean Well that stuck in his craw and when we are all ready to he welcomed to the conference and it was un derstood before hand that debts were not to be mentioned he said Ha ha my revenge and remarked as follows Debts are not to be men tioned here and I am not going to mention em outside of just casually hinting that they wont be paid But outside of that 1 want you to know that I am not going to say a word about em Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1B33 McNausht Syndicate Congress Prints Directory When Ready to Close Lewis Still Has Longest of Biographies but McAdoo Second vWASHJNGTONvJune v The seventythird congress special session spoiled a record today Since March It has gone without printing a directory Now on the verge of quitting t issued one The new volume leaves undis turbed Senator Lewis record of the longest biography though New comer William Glbbs McAdoo ran a close second missing a tie by one line The shortest sketch also remained the same John J Delaney demo crat of Brooklyn N Y Many of the newcomers have plenty to say about themselves among them FarmerLaborite Fran cis Henry Shoemaker of Minnesota Is recognized as an uncompromis ing fighter against special privi lege and has a reputation for tip ping over and wrecking political MASSACHUSETTS IN REPEAL LIST Becomes Eleventh State to Go on Record Against 18th Amendment BOSTON June 14 chusetts stood in the repeal column today the eleventh consecutive state to go on record in favor of repeal of the eighteenth amend ment It was a sweeping victory with the repealists piling up a margin of 4 to 1 in the state at large and a ratio of 10 to 1 In Boston The 10 states already on record in favor of repeal were Wyoming Illinois Indiana New York New Jersey Michigan Rhode Island Delaware Wisconsin and Nevada Three pledged delegates were chosen from each of the 15 Massa chusetts congressional districts at yesterdays election The vote cast for the repeal pledged delegates to taled 441195 Those pledged to vote retention of the prohibition amendment polled 98884 votes Not a single dry delegate was elected to the constitutional conven tion which will act on repeal of pro hibition In the near future Gov Joseph B Ely expressed pleasure at the result of the referendum and said that he would call a conven tion Immediately Most Massachusetts communities also voted on the question of local license and the results showed an amazing overturn for the wets Only a few scattered towns stood firmly against license Iowas Farm Bureau Band Plays at Fair CHICAGO June 14 Southern Iowa Farm Bureau band of 800 pieces played Its first con cert at the Century of Progress ex position yesterday beginning the concert with the Iowa Corn Song A second and final concert was to be played today HULL CALLS FOR WORLD TO JOIN IN TARIFF TRUCE Ignores Critics of U S Policy on War Debts and Currency LONDON June 14 Titles who have bitterly assailed the American currency and war debt policies Secretary of State Cordell Hull called upon the world economic conference today to stand against economic nationalism by participation of all nations in the American proposed tariff truce Presenting the eagerly awaited American views of the conference Mr Hull did not so much as men tion the war debts which have con stituted the main target of attack igainst America It had been thought in some conference quar ters that he could not ignore them because they had been given such great emphasis by the spokesmen for other nations S Points Stressed Three points were stressed by the chief of the American delegation He called for removal of all ex cesses in the structure of trade bar riers He urged the conference to face the vexed problem of a permanent international monetary standard and lay down the proper function the metals gold and silver In the operaUoiiB of such standard in the As He jemphasized the Necessityfor taking measures for the1 removal of restrictions upon foreignexchange dealings saying that this might involve balance sheet reorganiza tion of certain countries Murits of Approval His address waa received with many marks of approval among foreign delegates Members of the British delegation indicated that they were pleased The thing which perhaps drew the moat general comment was the fact that the reserved American secretary of state played his cards close to his chest all the time and gave no concrete indication of the American proposals which will be forthcoming to carry out the gen eral program Prime Minister MacDonald sat in the presidential chair with the printed speech of the secretary of state before him He followed every word closely from the manuscript Gets Generous Applause Generous applause was given the dignified American secretary as he concluded bowed to the assemblage and descended from the rostrum Twice Mr Hull apparently car ried away with his iitbject depart ed somewhat from his prepared text The first instance came when he was Insisting emphatically and with gestures that the conference develop a willfor success The second time was when he mentioned the necessity for a per manent International standard of value with gold and silver At that point he said If I understand cor rectly that part of the able chan cellors speech this morning I am In accord with it Chancellor of the Exchequer Neville Chamberlain of Great Britain wag the principal speaker at the morning session Russian Speaker Next After Mr Hull came Maxim Lit vmoff soviet commissar for foreign affairs a suave and mysterious per sonality who Is the unknown quan tity of International conferences He was greeted with some ap plause when he announced that for the first time in six years the so viet government had accepted an invitation to join an economic con ference Mr Litvinoff declared that 60 000000 persons were eking out a Turn to Pane 8 Column 4 AVOIDS WAR DEBTS CORDELL HULL BANDIT SUSPECTS KIDNAP IOWAMAN Hart Returns to His Albia Home After Driving Pair to Kansas City ALBIA June 14 Hart returned to his home here to day after two men suspected ban forced himto driv thenr to KansosLCity Mrs Hart pickedupione of the pair suspecte robbers ofthe Bussey State ban Monday on the highway 16 mile from Albfa yesterday afternoon A short distance down the road a second man apeared Lets pick up my buddy Harts companion said Hart stopped and the man on the road forced him from the wheel They drove to Kansas City left Hart and his car in the suburbs and warned him to go home and keep your mouth shut Hart started home immediately called his wife from Missouri last night and arrived here at his morning He was conferring this morning with the sheriff Four men obtained in the Bussey robbery One was slain by vigilantes a second suspect is held n Jail at Knoxville and officers arc two others who they believe kidnaped Hart Parade and Election Conclude 59th Iowa GAR Encampment FORT MADISON June 11 A parade and election of officers to day were to conclude the fiftyninth annual encampment of the Iowa de partment grand army of the repub lie During the past year death had taken a toll of more than 100 of lowaa veterans of the Civil war Of the less than 500 remaining only a remnant were present today John P Risley state adjutant said that according to statistical records by 1940 all of the veterans will have answered the final mus ter At one time more than 20000 veterans were on the Iowa roster ROOSEVELT HAS AGREED TO DEBT PARLEY REPORT leply Sent to British Surprise Predicted at London BULLETIN WASHINGTON June 14 President Roosevelt today re ceived a payment by Great Britain as on ac knowledgment of the war debt pending final settlement LONDON June 14 President oosevelta reply to British propos la for meeting tomorrows debt ayment was received in London nd was satisfactory to the British ninisters it was understood in par amentary circles tonight Meanwhile a report that Pres dent Roosevelt had agreed to call debt conference in Washington irculated today among French rep Bsentatives at the world economic onference Will Be Announced The debt conference it was said robably will be announced in the ouse of commons tonight by Chan ellor of the Exchequer Neville Chamberlain tn connection with hia tatement regarding the proposed token payment on the British debt installment of 575950000 due be United States tomorrow Negotiations with the various debtors will be separate it was said with Ambassador Sir Ronald Lind say representing Great Britain The French were considering whether to paythe 119000000 war Decem ber In order that quali The Budden departure7 of premier Doladler for Paris today was re ported to have been for the purpose of sounding out parliamentary lead ers on whether In their opinion parliament would sanction making the December payment in view of the alleged overture from Washing ton American and British quarters did not comment except to say that a surprise tonight was not unlfkc y U S Reply Delivered WASHINGTON June 14 resident Roosevelts reply to the British war debt note was handed oday to an official of the British mbassy Follow Englands Lead PRAGUE Czechoslovakia June 4 The cabinet decided today to ollow what was understood here to e Englands lead and offer to pay 0 per cent of the debt installment due the United States tomorrow lowan Wounds Girl and Then Kills Self DES MOINES June 14 cause his attentions to Erma Abe were rejected Ross Black 27 sho her and then turned the gun on him self He died in a hospital Miss Abel Is not seriously hurt Dangers of Big Cities as Told in Volume of 1888 OMAHA June 14 talk to strangers keep your wits with you and If you wear a watch keep your coat buttoned wrote anoma ha editor in 1888 as ho discussed the dangers of visiting the big cities The perils of the big cities as seen by the editor were listed In a history of Chicago published that year The book was unearthed by William Adalr a Kearney Nebr book collector in a Council Bluffs second hand bookstore An entire section was devoted to good advice for pleasure seekers in large cities Tipping the waiter was listed ai something not to do and the readei was advised to look out for the fellow who wants to carry you gripsack for ten cents Keep sober the editor wrote Another note of warning was avoid the man who says he came from your town and mention names of people you know Look out for the fellow who wants to step inside or around th corner to change your bill and dont be afraid to aay no and to say it decisively the advice ran REPORT ROADS TO SEEK WAGE GUT 3ow Jones Company Says Notice Will Be Sent to Brotherhoods NEW YORK June 14 Jones and company said today that the railroads had decided to seek an additional 12V4 per cent wage cut and that notices to this effect would be sent tomorrow to the four prin cipal railway brotherhoods The proposed cut would be addi tional to the 10 per cent reduction from the basic rates under which the railway employes are now work ing The four leading brotherhoods are the engineers firemen train men and conductors It is expected that notices of the reduction will be sent to other groups later Wea IOWA WEATHER Fair to partly cloudy Wed nesday night and Thursday Warmer LOCAL STATISTICS Weather figures for 24 hour pe iod ending at 8 oclock Wednes day morning Maximum Tuesday 72 Minimum In Night 37 At 8 A Sf Wednesday 61 Tuesday nights minimum at the jeet sugar plant north of the city was 1 degree lower than on the previous night and painfully close o the frost level Wednesday morn ng however the wind was back in he south and there was basis for hoping that warmer days are hert again   

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