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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 22, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas ILY PA1 Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST 22 1933 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS NO 275 New Deal Is Victorious Significance Seen in Court Ruling on NIRA By HERBERT FMJMMER ASHINGTON Aug 22 Now that the new deal has emerged victor ious in its first court contest one of the most im portant and sig nificant phases of the new ad mi n i s t r ations program nas been reached It was some thing worth watching when the oil refiners of Texas came into the District i of Columbia Su premo Court attacking the indus trial recovery act and asking that it be set aside Here was a test of one of the most weighty prob lems that have arisen since adoption of the constitution itself The refiners complained that the president is exercising powers which must he exercised by con gress aloneAnd when their coun sel was asked by the presiding jus tice whether he thought the act was based on federal powers over in terstate commerce or power given to the federal government to meet emergency conditions he answered flatly The act cant be sustained on any grounds Then Court Speaks But the court it has developed indicated that it holds a contrary view by deciding that all laws in cluding the constitution should be read in emergencies in the light of the law of necessity The final decision of courseand one which might mean that the pro gram of the new deal will either stand or with the su preme court of the nation j It highly doubtful whether the Q su coit twill make decl 7 I The court had aajourneauntll Oc t tober with the faclUtfes the jus tices have at their disposal it would seem almost impossible for deci sions affecting the new deal to be handed down during the next session which comes to a close in May 1934 Necessity Or Precedent The philosophy of the court as it is now constituted and as it has been revealed in decisions seems to many observers to he liberal Even without the presence of Oliver Wen dell Holmes on the bench this ap pearstrue While no one can predict what will happen to the new laws when they do reach the court some be lieve this will play a prominent part Meanwhile speculation continues as to whether the important govern mental changes made by the new administration are to be passed up on finally by justices having their eyes on present conditions and not wholly on precedents In this con nection the District of Columbia de cision is certain to be pointed to as significant PRICES MUST BE REASONABLE Hancock County Baby Beef GrandTChampion POLO AND 3 Careless Trainmen Executed by Chinese SHANGHAI Aug 22 trainmen whoss alleged carelessness resulted in a wreck between Kiu kiang and Nanchang that caused between 30 and 50 persona to be killed or hurt were executed today by provincial authorities Eight Lose Lives as Tram StrikesTruck LUMBERTON N Car Aug 22 persons were killed near here today when a train struck a tobacco truck at a grade crossing ASK HOOVER TO BE WITNESS IN DETROITINQUIRY One Man Jury Officials Dispatch Letter to ExPresident DETROIT Aug 22 cials of the one man Detroit bank jury today dispatched a letter to former President Herbert Hoover asking him to appear as a witness before the jury investigating the closing of two National banks here A decision as soon as possible was asked of the former president Under instructions of Judge Harry B Keidan sitting as a jury to in vestigate the closing of the First National bankDetroit the countrys largest closed bank and the Guar dian National Bank of Commerce Prosecutor Harry S Toy sent the letter to the former president in Palo Alto Cal Would Learn Attitude The letter stated that officials of the jury desired his testimony con cerning the attitude of the adminis trative agencies and federal govern ment toward tiie two closed Detroit National banks prior to March 4 1933 It stated that the opinion of of ficials is that Mr Hoover has in his possession certain facts which might make your testimony as witness highly significant and es jjential t a thorough Mutation of the reasons underlying the closing of the Detroit banks Knew of Practices Senator Couzens R Mich yes terday suggested that the jury ask Mr Hoover to come here for testi mony Previously the senator de clared the government Unew of bad practices in the two closed banks in May 1932 nearly a year before they closed but that only a small write down of losses was required then because it was a political year and thepowers that be were not anxious to start an epidemic of bank closings Word from Palo Alto was that Mr Hoover was on a fishing trip and might not be reached for a day or two Hoover Approached Possibility that Mr Hoover would be asked to testify before the jury was broached several weeks ago when Judge Keidan revealed the former president had been ap proached as to his inclination to testify Whether depositions would be taken in California or Mr Hoover asked to come here were notdecided at that time In the let ter today however the former president was asked to come to De troit Attorneys said the request to the former president would have no le gal force and that Mr Hoover was atperfect liberty to decline if he wished IN KISS SHOOTING AUNT NET By Robert Qiiillen Id like to tell Ed how to raise his children but the worse mess parents are makin of their job the madder they get when you offer GRATTAN BOND APPEAL GRANTED Bail for Decorah Civil War Veteran Is Placed at DECORAH Aug T Grattan was admitted to bail today in a ruling by Judge T A Coheen of Calmar in habeas corpus proceed ings The bond for the 85 year old Civil war veteran was placed at 520000which his friends expected could be given soon The ruling was made following arguments by Frank Sayre and J A Nelson for the defendant and Coun ty E P Shea Grattan is charged with first degree murder Among witnesses called were Walter W Jewell deputy county clerk who identified exhibits and transcripts in the office of the coun ty clerk Sheriff M C Graff and Mr Ashby of Oelwein court report er Two Mail Pouches Stolen at Brighton BRIGHTON Aug 22 mail pouches were stolen some time after 1 oclock Tuesday morning from the Rock Island depot here The box in which the pouches were locked had been smashed open Washington county officers are in vestigating Albert C King 49 Chicago executive was charged with assnult with attempt to kill by his 29 year old wife a former Denver society girl who said King tried to shoot her at a party where one of his busi ness associates had stolen a kiss from her Associated Press Whiplash Gale Still Rages on v In Eastern Coast Waves and Tide Do Damage With 9 Known Dead and Many Missing NEW YORK Aug 22 whiplash gale that has taken at least nine lives still stung part of the eastern seaboard today Rain driving down in record shattering volume increased damage done by waves and tide New Jersey battered by freak winds that overwhelmed boats and bathers in giant combers counted perhaps a score still missing and braved itself to withstand the lash of a tropical hurricanes tail Diminishes in Force The center of this second disturb ance sweeping from the general di rection of Bermuda was described as diminishing in force as it bore down on the eastern seaboard In southern New Jersey where a northeaster scattered 100 boats nday and v capsized at least nine record rains fell early today At Atlantic City 225 aver age for a whole in a single hour Streets were flooded and the morning high tide it was feared would inflict great damage Hero of Storm Capt Christopher Bentham of the Ocean City coast guard emerged as one of the heroes of the storm While picking up survivors of the Gpldie R a pleasure boat capsized in Longport inlet his leg became entangled in a line and in jured so badly he could not stand on it He continued to work however and later when his own boat was smashed he put to sea to rescue 16 persons aboard from the the Emma R small vessel wrecked by the storm Lindberghs Refuse to Reveal Goal as They Make Hopoff REYKJAVIK Iceland Aug 22 and Mrs Charles A Lindbergh hopped off from Reyk javik today refusing to reveal their destination but it was believed here they were not leaving Iceland imme diately The colonel and his wife have been making a leisurely aerial mapping expedition northern route along the Burlington Constable Appeals Conviction on Drinking Charge BURLINGTON Henry Niemeyer Aug local 22 constable found guilty in justice court today on an intoxication charge filed no tice of appeal to district court Ouster proceedings will be insti tuted against Niemeyer County At torney J A Dallcy announced Greimans in Lead Among Angus Calves Stork Brothers Hold Lead in Herefords and Shorthorns Eugene Greiman Hancock county youth showed the grand champion baby beef at the North Iowa fair this year judges decided Tuesday Greimans calf was an Aberdeen Angus as was also the reserve champion shown by Richard Brau wer also of Hancock county With 2IS choice beeves from all parts of North Iowa the competi tion was keener than in the previous contests Storks Also Winners James Stork Ventura who has shown the grand champion for successive years at the fair took first place in the Shorthorn class while his younger brother Frank Stork led the field of Herefords In the ring with the champion An gus beeves the excellent Stork feed ing and showmanship had to give way to the superior showing of the Greiman family The Greiman family in fact came near to having a monopoly in the Angus class taking most of the first 10 placings among the 46 head shown Cerro Gordo county was the dominant factor in both the Hereford class where 96 head were in competition and the Shorthorn class which had a total of 76 head Choose Winners The winners were selected by A B Calne and 3 of Iowa 3 taie atvtraea baby b pubttc tionat 9 oclock Fridayrnornihg X Not onlythe excellent condition of the calves but the showmanship of the boys was an Impressive fea ture while the judges were making their selections A considerable crowd watched the event Following are the 10 high plac Ings in each group Frank Stork Ven tura 2 Dan McArthur Mason City 3 Lawrence Wescott Clear Lake 4 Walter Matzen Mason City 5 Harold Schrader Mitchell county 5 Dan McArthur 7 Joe Cahill Mason City 8 Duane Ask Mitchell county 9 Frank Stork and 10 Kenneth Greiman Hancock county Group of Cerro Gordo 2 Mitchell 3 Hancock 4 Floyd and 5 Worth James Stork Ven tura 2 Alfred Goll Hancock 3 Clinton Stevenson Mason City 4 Harold Rice Clear Lake 5 Kenneth Markham Mitchell county 6 Wal ter Borton Clear Lake 7 Kenneth Greiman Garner 8 Clinton Steven son Macon City 9 Wayne Wood Clear Lake and Verne Hartwig Charles City Group of Cerro Gordo 2 Mitchell Aberdeen Eugene Grei man Hancock county 2 Richard Brauwer Hancock county 3 Curtis Greiman 4 Eugene Greiman 5 urtis Greiman 6 Wayne Greiman 7 Harlan Noble Mitchell county 8 Kenneth Greiman 9 Wiley Wea ver Hancock and 10 Albian Dick lever Mitchell Group of Hancock 2 Mitchell 3 Cerro Gordo 4 Floyd 5 Winnebago EPIDEMIC WORST US HAS KNOWN 2 More Sleeping Sickness Deaths at St Louis Make Total 15 ST LOUIS Aug 22 epidemic of sleeping sickness in this vicinity was described here to day by Dr J P Leake of the United States public health service as being by far the most serious outbreak the country has ever known Two deaths during the last 24 hours have brought the number of victims of the strange malady of encephalitis to 15 while 149 per sons were reported ill with the dis ease Dr Leake said there was no rea son to fear the epidemic would as sume proportions of a plague how ever and that there should be no undue alarm The situation in St Louis nev ertheless must be regarded as seri ous he said as science knows lit tle about the disease In addition to the St Louis dis trict fatalities deaths were report ed yesterday from two other cities Kansas City Kans and Warrens burg Mo CIRCOS FEATURE 2ND DAY AT FAIR Attractions in Front of Grandstand Draw Crowd of 300 Bucking Bronchs Brahma Steers Toss Rodeo Riders 5 Cowgirls Vie Men for Honors in FAIR PROGRAM TUESDAY NIGHT P municipal band Hodeo and Hoaglands circus review grand entree Outlaw horseback riding wild steer riding bulldogging Numbers from Hoaglands circus review Chariot races Roman standing races running races WEDNESDAY P municipal band Grand entree rodeo and Hoag lands circus review Some thing thrilling every minute for two hours cither from the rodeo or Hoaglands circus P by munici pal band Rodeo anil Hoaglands circus review grand entree A two nour program of spills ana thrills educated horses auto polo pusn wall climaxing the evening with chariot races Roman standing races and running races Trick Riding Bucking bronchos and wild Brah na steers handled by daring cow boys supplied a dashing opening of tlie night programs of the North Iowa fair Monday evening The rodeo from the spectacular and opening to the Roman char ot races kept a large audience in he grandstand applauding the eats of a score or more of men and women from the western plains Led by two ridera carrying Amer can flags ponies of every descrlp ion pintos bays blacks and rowns paraded before the grand stand Eight riciers dressed in Rus iian military garb of the Hoagland roupe added color to the parade before the grandstand Riding Bucking Steers The Candy Hammer rodeo program opened with the cowboys riding bucking steers Kid Strong the clown of the troupe providing the comical and Red Thompson an nounced as the worlds champion teer bulldogger leading in the more serious business of the even S Five women riders Bertie Ham mer Mae Greer Claire Thompson Brida Gafford and Frances Widen er paraded in the grand opening and later showed their riding abil ity A Brahma steer reputedly the most vicious of all cattle threw the first rider and the cowboys were busy for a while before they crowd of t nessed th e second afternoon pro gram of the North Iowa fair Tues day while hundreds ofothers were attracted by midway shows live stock judging or exhibit hall booths A program of unique variety awaited those who gathered in the grandstand Hoaglands circus re view of auto polo horse push ball high school horses fancy riding and other events gave promise of an other successful day although no one expected that the crowd would equal that which witnessed the automobile races on the opening afternoon Watch Judging The larger livestock exhibit the nteresting booths in the two halls he work of the judges in selecting he winners in all classes drew spec tators early Tuesday morning The selection of the winners among the lundreds of choice baby beeves held the spotlight Tuesday morning A packed grandstand watched the opening program of automobile races Monday afternoon The crowd was treated to a thrill when Ed Beaver Milwaukee driver went through the fence surrounding the northeast curve as he attempted to pass another racing car on the outside of the track Beaver was thrown from his Packard special and went hurtling in the air landing approximately 20 feet from his car which continued through the wire fence and finally came to a stand still about 25 feet off the track down an incline surrounding the track Beaver escaped with minor face abrasions and the car was only slightly damaged Schrader Takes Honors Schrader capuirec the racing lionors of the afternoon taking first all three events he entered The 3edar Rapida driver raced around the track in 276 to break the rec ord of 288 held by Sig Haughdahl some years ago Schrader also broke the record for laps as he raced around In 515 in the closing event of the day Hoaglans circus review opened with an act entitled Babe Ruth Jr and Pepper Martin starring wo trick mules The mules amused the crowd greatly as they kicked auge rubber halls into the grand stand some of the balls going Into the bandstand and knocking over the music stands much to the con sternation of the members of the municipal band which supplied the music Horses Entertain In another act high school horses of the circus review entertained with Turn to Pnge 2 Column 1 Rules on Motion of Clarks Attorneys DES MOINES Aug 22 rict Judge Allan A Hcrrick was o rule today on a motion by attor neys for state insurance Commis sioner E W Clark to strike a part of the answer filed by Comptroller C B Murtagh to Clarks mandamus suit for the commissioners salary for the first half of August man jus outside the gate Would be rider were strewn all over the lot Ropers Lasso Riders Harry Greer Candy Hammer and Orville Gillam next entertained with roping To the accompaniment of the band they lassoed riders and horses as they galloped by The feature of the roping event came when Greer and Hammer perform ed a double the same liorse together Hoaglands garland entry was the next number The riders entered eight abreast paraded before the randstand and circled back in single file They then circled back n double file with garlands looped rom horae to horse and again in ours they maneuvered like a drill team to the whistle of the leader and stood at attention before the grandstand Ed Davis led a list of riders that tried their skill against the wiles of bucking horses Davis Joe Mc tfncken and Billy Crosby all stuck t out and rode their mounts until they quieted down Jack Quake stayed on though his horse went down with him Kicking Mules Perform Babe Ruth and Pepper Martin loaglands kicking mules kicked jig playground balls all over the track to the merriment of the randstand crowd Then the Brahma steers began tossing cowboys around the three ropers did some Will Rogers stunts with their lariats and pushball be came the attraction The big leath er globe had a tendency to ride the cnce but the cowboys shoved it out n the center and the American team defeated the Canadians 2 to 1 Ed Davis first of the bulldogg ers waited on his pony at the chute rode down his prey but was Turn li rose Z Cnhimn Will Rogers CHICAGO Aug Well the Hillbillies beat the Dudes and took the polo championship of the world right out of the drawing rooms and Into the bunkhouse And she wont go cast in years for the west al ways thought you have to have a birth certificate to play it Now every cowpuncher is herding in the heifers with a corn plaster saddle and even the hay heav ers have changed a pitchfork Into a polo mallet Twenty thousand Chicagoans witnessed Sundays social massa cre Nineteen thousand of em had never seen a horse much less a polo game So from now on west of the Mississippi Old Dobbin plows in the field only until 4 oclock when he will be washed scrubbed his teeth pol ished and he goes out on the lawn to cavort in what xised to beknown as strictly a social rec reation Poor old society they got noth ing exclusive left The movie folks outmarried and outdivorced em the common folks took their cocktails near society took to bridge now polo has gone to the buckwheat belt so poor old so ciety hasnt even been left a i code Yours WILL ROGERS I 1033 Mchanubl Syndicate OTHER NATIONS TO AID AUSTRIA France and England Plan to Lift Restrictions Upon Exports PARIS Aug 22 aid to depression stricken Austria by lifting the restrictions against exports is being arranged by France and England and probably sy Italy it was learned on high au thority today France proposes to remove or re adjust her quotas on goods from Austria pending consideration of a vast economic reorganization of Austria and Hungary and the little entente nations Czechoslovakia Yugaslavia and Rumania The French plan officials said contemplates prompt aid as essen tial to remedy Austrias grave situ ation and it Is believed here that Italy and England take the same view BRJTTHOSTTO HOBOES OF US Slumguilion Banquet Given by Commercial Club to Guests I BRITT Aug hoboes today attended the celebration mnrk ng the thirtythird anniversary of hc far famed hobo convention than attended the notorious event in 3ritt 33 years ago as near as can ie told from widely conflicting stories This is in spite of the fact that no hoboes were invited to this celebration all advertising being carefully worded so that the event was known as a celebration and not a convention As events of the celebration got mdcr way today with a crowd of nearly 10000 expected to arrive be ore the program ended in the eve ning many residents of North Iowa recalled the original convention and tried to piece together facts con cerning it Stories varied just as they did for many years after the irst gathering ol Tourist Un ion The number of actual hoboes who attended the convention 33 years ago varied from two upwards to 50 according to memories of dif ferent Individuals 00 at M and St Fifty hoboes gathered at the M and St L stockyards this morning in anticipation of the celebration These vverc genuine boes and not the type of dressed up visitors from surrounding towns that raised such a controversy concerning the actual number at the convention 33 years ago Some of these hoboes stated they expecteda delegation of about 50 more to arrive during the day from Fort Doclgc where a huge jungle camp is maintained by the knights of the road The Commercial club took large quantities of potatoes an assort ment of meats tomatoes onions and other unnamed victuals to the M and St L camp this morning and the hoboes Immediately resur rected some 5 gallon lard cans and began the preparation of that fa mous dish known as slunigulllon Eats Chief Part With limited table service no tables and the general use of fin gers cans and improvised spoons and forks from sticks the hoboes crouched down and devoured their portions of slumgullion As far as they are concerned eats are a chief part of any celebration The hoboes entered Into the spirit of the celebration however and as sembled a ball team for the days events They boasted two who had played professional baseball and an other who hnd done stellar work while in an army camp This mornings events designed to interest residents of Britt and Turn lo Inge 1 Column I JOHNSON WARNS RETAIL MEN NOT TO GO TOO FAST Calls Upon Dealers to Resent Price Boosts by Jobbers WASHINGTON Aug 22 declaration that the national re covery administration would not countenance unreasonable price in creases was made today by Hugh S Johnson in addressing retail dealers at the opening of a hearing on their code of competition The retail trade was urged by Johnson to resist price Increases in the near future from jobbers who supply them with their goods I say Johnson said resent these price increases and we will support you The recovery administrator as serted that so far as speculative price rises were concerned his ad ministration considered it our duty to see that there is no runaway market Meet New Costs He said the national industrial recovery act would increase prices to meet new costs imposed by com pliance with the trade charters but just because of this there is no reason to go way beyond If you do this you just kill the goose that lays the golden egg The house that we are trying to build will collapse like n house of cards I The retail trade hearing was dc I scribed by Johnson as one of the most significant of any so far held The retail trade embracing virtual ly all stores and shops except drug and Itood affects inovfs employers and nacre employes than any of the Describes Purposes Johnson described the purposes of the recovery act nnd told the retail dealers It provided an opportunity for the countrys great industrial units to band together to wipe out intolerable conditions of depres sion He added that the act did not need czarism to administer it He isald those who did not co operate not only were hitting their fellows but were helping to perpet uate the depression In enforcing compliance with the Blue Eagle provisions Johnson as serted there would be no violence no man hunting and no boycotting But he said the administration would move to uncover cheaters behind the Blue Eagle and then we are going to move in and take the Blue Eagle right off thetr windows Need Coopnration You cant execute a great na tional law like this on ballyhoo and hooey Johnson said The purpose now is to try to get as wide a meas ure of cooperation as possible Af ter that has been it is almost over we are go ing to ace to those who are doing the cheating The purpose of this act was to enable all trades and industries to rid themselves of those chiseling practices which have been running through your industries You can de cree that ruthless competition and price cutting is to go That you may be sure doesnt mean that the government is in business Johnson Making Progress Johnson concentrated his en tire attention on ending the weeks of negotiation between NRA nu Tiim In True 2 Column 2 SMITH IS SPEAKER IN BEHALF OF NRA Local merchants called atten tion to the fact that former Gov Alfred E Smith will speak at oclock Tuesday evening Iowa time in behalf of the Na tional Industrial Recovery Ad ministration The speech will be broadcast from radio station WABC over a national hookup according to radio officials Wea IOWA WEATHER Mostly cloudy possibly local showers Tuesday nipht or Wed nesday slightly color Wednes day in extreme northwest por TbCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar company weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morn ing Maximum Minimum In Xlglit fil At 8 A M m Early indications were for a warm day   

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