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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 24, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                il ii Attl OF IOWA v r i i r s North Iowas Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS EDITION VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 24 1933 TI113 PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 249 Garner Has Life Easy Catches Bass and Basks in Sun at Texas Home SIGHT FUGITIVES NEAR LUVERNE By HERBERT PLtlMMEK ASHINGTON July 24 Word drifts up from Texas that Vice President Garner ia bass catching and sun shine basking down home far from the storm and strife of the capital Indications are that his ease will be interrupted only once within the next few months Pa Ferguson former governor of Tex aa and husband of the present one on his recent trip to Washington intimated that Cactus Jack will mount the stump some time in the near future and say something to help the cause of repeal of the eighteenth amendment along down in the Lone Star state However thats Pa Fergusons view The vice president hasnt said yet whether he will or not Not So Irksome Garner has given the impression since March 4 that after all the detachment from governmental af faira that is necessarily the lot of the vice president is not so irksome to him One rather imagines he is enjoy ing it Much was said and everybody speculated as to how the ruddy faced energetic Texan would react to the vice presidency About every one agreed that he would find it dif ficult to settle down in his new job after the exceedingly active life he had led in the house especially dur ing the last two yeara when he was speaker Absent Afternoons But it wasnt long before it was noticed that the vice president was absent from the senate chamber and Jils office on stfternoonsjTJsuaU homilgrounSs S And perhaps if you were arouhc the ball park on one of those after noons you would see the vice presi dentlal car with the medallion sea of office on the side roll into the re served enclosure back of the clu house on time for the game With two or three old friends am sometimes with a redhaired littl senate page from Arkansas ou would step the vice president Th first stop always was the peanu stand where everyone in the part loaded up From there they woul go to a box near home plate alon the first base line Stopping Out Mr Garner has found other way to roam on a pleasant afternoon Hia physical presence at aenat sessions all1 the time is not neces sary As a matter of fact no vie president has ever attempted to b religious in his attendance For on thing he can do nothing but sit an listen The only time he speaks when he rules on some point of par liamentary procedure So usually the vice president des ignatca some senator to occupy th presidents chair when he gets tirec Sometimes as many aa half a doze senators will preside during one ternoon If the necessity for his presence i the chamber arises he Is alwa available Even If Garner were his box at a ball game he could b reached and be at the capital with 15 minutes Grain Trade Warned to Put House in Order EEKSAYS FARM ADMINISTRATION S DISPLEASED Post Expects New Records Chicago Trading Dies to Standstill at Lowest Prices Allowed CHICAGO July 24 died down to a standstill at the owest prices permissible under mergency rules at the close of the Irst session of the board of trade iince the pita were shut last hursday to halt hysterical selling Vheat and rye rose 3 cents at the ipening but lost all the gain Corn and oata closed unchanged to a hade higher allowed to drop 5 cents did so and died for he lay Two brokers were suspend ed for inability to meet commit ments Stock Prices Climb NEW YORK July 24 York stock exchange prices rallied again today giving rise to hopes hat the violent liquidation of last week had spent its force Opening at noon shares climbed 1 to 57 or more in heavy trading PEEK GIVES WARNING WASHINGTON July 24 Jeorge N Peek chief administra tor of the farm act told representa tives of tile grain industry today to in order or The farm adminis tratipn Is Vheat and other grains he said and sharp fluctuations In the prices of greatly displeased with the recent ia determined that a program of re form for the methods of market ing products is necessary The industry is to be given the first opportunity to establish prac tices which would insure greater stability in prices but if it fails farm administrators are prepared to Has No Hope Latest Mark to Stand Up Pleased With Action of RobOf Pilot in World Hop NEW YORK July 24 Post has no illusions about the ongevity of that record of 7 days 18 hours and 48 minutes he set in ills dash around the globe He thinks some one will break it in the not too distant future Sitting in comfort in an easy chair for the first time in more han a week Post told yesterday of his adventures fighting the winds and fog of many lands Asked what the fastest possible time around the world would be he chuckled and said Oh about 30 seconds I guess No one really knows but theyre going faster and faster Lilies His Robot The robot pilot that helped him around the globe made a big hit with Post he disclosed despite some mechanical difficulty He said hed rather have it than a human copilot It is more accurate Being a lazy man he said I let the robot do the work as much as possible I trusted the ship to the robot from Edmonton till I was over Newark airport It flew i every step from the flrut takcof too1 until 30inliiutes before I lande Post is sure be could have mad the trip in five days if he had th breaks in weather Not Pleasure Trip I thought it was going to be a pleasure trip he said but thi weather made it turn out other wise But the robot worked pretty well except for the time the oil feec was broken I was more than satisfied with take prompt action before the next session of congress beginning in January No Divino Right I do not entertain the view that THERE TO GREET WILEY the performance of the Winnie Mae but just the same the journey had its tough spots The toughest I guess was just before I came down out of the clouds and landed at Flat Alaska I was so tired then I Absolved of Blame in Shepards Death DES MOINES July 24 C Belnenhauser32 Dea Moines was absolved of blame in the death of Levi Shepard 75 Shepard was struck by Belnenhausers car in a crossing accident Friday and died late Saturday the present grain trade has any di vine right to handle the farmers products Peek said The institutions engaged in mar keting exist and will continue to ex ist just so long as they provide a useful service If they do not perform such serv ice then it will be necessary for farmers to find some other method for marketing their products This country cannot go permit ting farmers to be dispossessed of their farms and hopes through no fault of their own because of their inability to make the cost of pro duction Want Square Deal My prediction is that unless the farmers of the country can be as sured that they are going to get a square two or three years hence but now and before congress reassembles then events will happen which will make what we already have seen look like a pleasant dream I want to emphasize to every one connected with the grain trades the necessity that you put your own house in order where it needs to be put in order We are not going to undertake Turn fo Pnge 2 Column 3 ust couldnt use my head I should lave stopped at Nome but I was oo anxious to get on I guess Wrinkles Pressed Out Post who ended his record shat tering flight at EST Sat urday night had time yesterday Turn to Pnge 2 Column 2 AUNT NET By Robert Quillen When Idn folks come to visit a spell now you cant tell whether theyre hard up or just tired o cookin in hot weather ROOSEVELTS TO STAY ON COAST Elliott and His Bride Say Fu ture Home Will Be in Los Angeles FORT WORTH Tex July 24 IP Angeles will be the home of the Elliott Roosevclts the presi dents son and his bride announced aa they arrived by train late Sun day night for a four day visit They spent the night at a hotel the brides mother Mrs J B Googins not having yet returned to her home from Burlington Iowa where her daughter Ruth Josephine Googins and young Roosevelt were married Saturday Please dont ask for any state ments Roosevelt begged newamen Were here and were happy Thats all Roosevelt and Elizabeth Brown ing Donner Philadelphia were di vorced at Minden Nov a week I asro today Mollisons Will Fly to N Y in Borrowed Plane Express Regret at Crash Which Ended Their Hop Across Ocean BRIDGEPORT Conn July 24 Mollison announced at noon that he and his wife will fly to New York tonight leaving Stratteford in a borrowed Sikorsky amphibian plane at 5 p m for Floyd Bennett field In a talk from the hospital just before noon both expressed regret which ended their transAtlantic flight Today Mr and Mrs Mollison were recovering from cuts and bruises Their black biplane Seafarer was badly damaged but probably not beyond repair Oasoline Nearly Gone Physical exhaustion caused the accident after the Mollisons had flown 39 hours from Pendine Sands Wales to within 60 miles of New York Their gasoline nearly gone they tried to bring the plane down on a runway at Bridgeport airport only to have it shoot into marsh headed Mollison mechanics carried Mrs Wiley Post wife of the world flyer is shown above with Harold Gatty who flew with Post around the world In Tho picture was mado while they watched ut Floyd Bennett field as Post landed at tlie end of his famous dash Associated Press photo GOEDERS WINS OUSTER BATTLE Granted Order Restraining Council From Hearing Farrell Request DES MOINES July 24 Polk county district court today granted an order restraining the state executive council from pro ceeding wiui a hearing on a petition for the removal of Dennis H Goe ders of Algona as a member of the state fish and game commission The hearing had been set for to morrow In addition to the stay order Judge Loy Ladd sustained Goe ders request for a writ of certior ari setting the date of hearing for Aug 4 In his application for a review of the removal proceedings in dis trict court Goeciers contends that the executive council has no juris diction for a hearing on the request of Dr V A Farrell of Mason City that he be removed Walter Maley assistant attorney general claimed that the court had no jurisdiction in the question Parrells petition claims that Goeders had been appointed to the commission as one of three demo cratic members required by minor ity party statute and is disqualified because he had twice registered as a republican and voted as such in the primaries lands and turn over I was so tired I didnt know where I was whispered as him and his wife away on stretchers made from fabric torn from the Seafarer He couldnt see He coxildnt see cried Mrs Mollison who is equally as famous with her husband In British flying annals Fought Contrary Winds Mollison and his wife taking 100 gallons of gasoline and a lipstick as baggage hopped from Wales at 6 a m E S T Saturday They fought contrary winds across the Turn 1o Page 2 Column 2 Des Moines Brokers Gram Merchants m Voluntary Bankruptcy DES MOINES July 21 Harper Strauss and company local brokerage and grain commission house filed a petition for receiver ship in voluntary bankruptcy today following announcement from Chi cago that Leon A Strauss presi dent had been suspended from the board of trade J R Capps vice president of the lowaDes Moines National bank was named receiver Bertram W Strauss secretary of the brokerage house said that the rapid decline in the grain market last week had wiped out margins of the firm to an extent that it was unable to meet commitments REJECT LUMBER GROUP REQUEST Johnson Refuses to Permit Proposed Code to Go in Effect at Once WASHINGTON July 24 Hugh S Johnson recovery adminis trator today rejected the lumber industrys request for immediate application of its proposed code of trade 1 Reasons were withheld for the I time being Johnson previously asserted the codes provision for a 10 to 48 hour working week with wages ranging from to was wholly unacceptable Spokesmen for the industry ask ing that the code be applied at once asserted an element within the in dustry was seeking to benefit itself by overproduction in the hope of selling at higher prices when the code goes into effect Balance Production Johnson was told by leaders of the oil industry that unless produc tion is balanced with demand no governmental power will solve pet roleums problems Axtell J Byles president of the American Petroleum Institute and chairman of the executive commit tee of the industrys emergency na tional committee nald The oil in dustry seeks to retain to the fullest degree the management of its own business Byles Harry F Sinclair Roy B Jones and WIrt Franklin the latter president of the Independent Pe troleum association presented to Johnson opening arguments in the hearing on the code worked o Jt in Chicago by the majority of oil in terests under auspices of the petroleum institute Study Three Codes Johnson and his aides sat down in the hearing with three codes be fore them One that for which Byles Sinclair Jones and Franklin spoke another presented by a group of independent associations and a third proposed for the mar keting division all representing di vergent views Each code presented different pro posals for hours of labor and pay and varied in their plans for con trolling marketing and production under federal DERN DECLARES SOLUTION MUST BE FOUND SOON Governors Told Plan to Be More Radical If MR A Fails SACRAMENTO Cal July 24 UP of War George H Dern today told the annual conference of governors if the national indus trial recovery act fails something more radical will have to be tried because our national existence will be at stake The secretary formerly chief ex ecutive of Utah addressed the gov ernors in the assembly chambers of the California state legislature For effective economic plan ning such as we are embarking upon for the first time Secretary Dern said state borders must to an extent be disregarded and file United States must be taken as one economic area In Same Boat Economically we are in the same boat We know that to the extent that the depression was caused by governmental mistakes They were not the mistakes of the states but of national government and we expect that government to get us out again But if this is the federal responsibility we must hamper its solution the problem by insisting too far on old concep tions of state rights It Is of crucial Importance the present emergency liiat labor business agriculture and govern ment cooperate in making the new law effective Attempt nt Rescue The industrial recovery aot if not the lart stand of the competi tive system is at least an attempt to save that system by eliminating those selfish vicious practices which are destructive of industry and la bor alike If the recovery act is to be us effective as it should he in eliminat ing the sweat shop and cut throat competition it may have to be sup plemented by similar legislation by the states If the states should fol low the president in his principle that the business which depends for its existence on paying less than a living wage to its employes has no right to survive we should soon be one our way to real economic stability Will Rogers TRUCKEB Cal July Well Saturday night at midnight we met all the governors at the line Fired a nineteen gun sa lute governors salute used to be 17 But Mr Roosevelt on ac count of being a governor him self raised em 2 Took quite awhile because we only had one cannon We were able to wake up everybody but Gover nor Parks of Missouri Sunday they all planted a tree at Lake Talioc so we at least got em working for the first time since they been in office Its the first reforestation camp for governors It will just about be the democrats luck to plant trees all over the country and about the time they are big enough to harvest the republi cans will be back in or is that too early Yours WILL ROGERS CnpyrtEht 1933 MtNnitRht Syndlcnt e Madison Woman and Two Men Arrested by Cedar Rapids Police CEDAR RAPIDS July 24 Ben Babcock 24 Joseph Peck 29 and Florence Martin 23 all saying they are from Madison Wis were arrested early today the men for carrying concealed weapons and the woman for investigation Bab cock and Peck had loaded guns in their belts police said and their parked car contained clothing mo tor oil and clgarets CHARGED WITH HAMM KIDNAPING Roger Touhy and Three of His Chicago Gang Named in 13 S Warrants MILWAUKEE July 24 Roger Touhy and three members his Chicago gang were charged I federal warrants today with th kidnaping of William Hamm Jr millionaire St Paul Minn brewer Milwaukee police and United States marshals were dispatched immediately to Elkhorn WIs where the four men were held They were to be brought to Milwaukee and placed in the county Jail pend ing removal proceedings to St Paul Melvin H Purvis chief of the U S bureau of investigation it Chi cago revealed that the warrants named the prisoners specifically for the Hamm kidnaping U S com missioner Floyd Jenkins and offo cials of the district attorneys office would not discuss the exact nature of the charges Purvis would not discuss persist ent reports that Hamm had posi tively identified Touhy and the other three or that money found in their possession had been traced by serial numbers as the ransom paid for Hamms release He admitted however that the St Paul brewer viewed the four men in the offices of tne U S bureau of investigation at Chicago last night GANGBOUNDFOR MINNESOTA LINE AFTERGUNFIGHT One of Texas Murderer Bandit Suspects and Wife Captured DES MOINES July 24 Sheriff Henry J Scxe of Humbolclt informed the state department of investigation today that bandit sus pects fleeing from Dexter had been sighted near Luvcrne in southern Kosauth county This would indicate that the three believed to he Clyde Barrow and his companions who escaped of ficers in a battle at Dexter were heading toward the Minnesota line They drove a Chevrolet coach li cense 7713662 which was stolen at Polk City earlier today the sheriff said 3 Men in Car A woman was driving and there were two men in the car the sher riff reported One of the men ap parently wounded was lying on the oor of the car This report conflicted with one iat the fleeing suspects had aban oned the Polk City car for another t Guthrle Center However the tate agents office said tlie infor mation tallied with reports from Polk City und indicated the tip was jrobably an accurate one Sheriffs in surrounding counties were notified at once and posses svcre organized to guard highways Thought Surrounded The gang was believed surround ed at Guthrle Center about noon but escaped while the posse 200 waa waiting tor the arrival of an armored car from Dee Moinea before closing in Barrow a woman and a man oe lieved to be Jack Sherman escaped earlier this morning from a wood ed tract at Dexter where Marvin Barrow and his wife were captured Frankie Frisch to Manage St Louis Cards Rest of Year ST LOUIS July 24 dent Sam Breadon of the St Louis Cardinals today announced Frankie Frisch second baseman had been named manager of the team for the remainder of this season and for 1934 succeeding Gabby Street Breadon said the change was made because we want to win the pen nant Earthquakes Destroy 14 Turkish Villages ISTANBUL Turkey July 24 earthquakes in Deni eli province today destroyed 14 vil lages but there was no loss of life as the peasants were tilling the fields The entire population ia homelesa and the government is sending aid CRITICALLY WOUNDED DEXTER July 24 Barrow and his wife bandit sus pects were captured here today in a battle with state and county of ficers Burrow was critically wounded He is not expected to live a physi cian who treated him said Two men Ixjlieved to he Clyde Barrow and Jack Sherman and a woman escaped in a car stolen from Valley Fellers a farmer Honrts Surrounded Three squads of state and county officers surrounded the woods where the five suspects were hidden early this morning As they closed in the suspects began to fire with machine guns The officers returned the fire wounding Barrow Rags Riley Polk county deputy sheriff was wounded in the encounter Near Barrow and his wife the officers found two machine guns 31 automatic 4Vs and five revolvers Left Along Uoute The three who escaped abandoned their car at Polk City held up an oil station attendant and proceeded toward Des Moines in the attend ants car Somewhere enroute they Turn to Iifro 2 rnlumn n To Watcb Farm Act Operation m Iowa AMES July 2 A Fitz gerald former Iowa State college economist and Albert Mighell re search assistant in agricultural ec onomics at the college have been appointed by the Brooklngs Insti tute of Washington to observe op eration of the farm adjustment act in Iowa Homemade Plane Crashes Local Flyer Only Bruised Tho plane piloted by Glenn to turn slightly and the young Mason Cily flyer cracked up while taxiing off at the new airport on the Clear Lake road late Sunday afternoon Although the homemade ship was partly demolished Smiths only injury was a bruise upon his nose Smith had been taxiing north on the field and took off about a quar ter of the way down the runway The plane rose off the ground a few feet and then appeared to stall Remaining a few feet in the air the ship continued to the end of the runway when Smith banked the ma chine catching the landing gear in some oat shocks at the end of the field The slight bump caused the left wing touched the ground caus ing the plane to nose over The climbed young flying enthusiast out of the ship none the worse for the accident except for a bruised nose The planes propeller waa broken and the lower left wing demolished The upper wing assem bly was bent out of shape Aided by several airport assistants Smith brought the wrecked machine back to the hanger where it was dis sembled The plane had been built by Smith during the paat year and a Ford motor had been installed Sev eral hundred spectators witnessed the crackup IOWA WEATHER Fair slightly wnrmcr In ex treme west portion Monday night Tuesday fair slightly warmer In east and south por tions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Maximum Sunday Minimum in Night fttt At 8 A M Momliiy ii Killnfall 17 of nri Inch Figures for 24 hour period end ing at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Snturilny RK Minimum in Night f3 Knlnrall 70 of nn Inch A slow drizzly rain which con tinued well into Sunday forenoon brought the three day moisture to tal to 107 inches A common opin ion among farmers waa that while further rain would be desirable North Iowa would be able to mature a fair corn crop without any more precipitation While the weeks moisture In the central part of the state was much much as 5 inches nround Fort it was pointed out that the rain here fell slowly enough to be assimilated by the soil without surface waste Sunday nights minimum was the lowest of July save one night   

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