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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 28, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home VOL XXXIX THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRE SEKVJCE JVIASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 28 1933 lowan Does No Waiting Dickinson Gets to Work Blasting Democrats By HERBERT PMJMMER WASHINGTON Aug parently at least one of the G O P leaders is getting a bit impatient at the campaign of silence now be ing waged by his party and in tends to do something about it He is Senator Dickinson The white haired lowan who en tered the senate in 1931 after long service in the house is not a great believer in such things as political LJ DICKINSON truces There haa been a conspicuous dif ference between the republican strategy following the smashing Roosevelt victory last November and that pursued by the democrats four years ago Democratic Chairman Raskob es tablished headquarters in Washing ton brought Charlie Michelson in and launched one of the most vigor ous publicity offensives against the G O P ever known before Machinerys There Everett Sanders of the republican national committee has a publicity setup in his headquarters here headed by J Cal OLaughlin a vet eran newspaperman but the repub lican idea seems to be that a policy of watchful waiting is the best The necessary machinery has been installed to take advantage of possible democratic blunders and the breaks in the political game The economic situation and the popular prestige of President Roosevelt at present hold them in check Not so with Senator Dickinson In the 1932 campaign he was en trusted with the task of seeing that 12 republican senators were elected in thecentral states When the re tiablican senatorial elections com for 1934 i must stand forreelection next Preliminary Skirmish in Chicago the other day kinson made a speech that might 1 be put down at defining some Sthe issues that will be fought out the congressional elections of fxt year in industry said the Senator will be more certain and Jisiness more stable if permitted to Jteturn to its old channels of activ ity J Referring to the present govern 9mental expenditures he said expect ed income will not be adequate to I meet them Currency stabilization he said is an all important factor And he concluded as an umpire in economic disputes the govern ment will be either politely ignored or driven from the field by a pop bottle barrage of conflict of in terests DECKER STARTS NEWBEEFPLAMT Relocate No 65 95 PRIZE BABY BEEVES AMONG FIRST ON FLOOR NORTH IOWA TO GET OF ROAD WORK Four Corners and Rail Crossing to Be Eliminated Repaving of the famous first mile of paving between Mason City and Clear Lake and rounding the corners of No 65 immediately north of Mason City were projects grant ed Cerro Gordo county as a part of Iowas 510000000 public works highway program according to a release from the office of Hans Pfund Iowa director of the national employment service Of the 55192000 allocated for highway work in the state the sec ond district made up of 18 coun ties in North Iowa under the su pervision of Raymond Zack district engineer got 51067000 according to preliminary estimates This was allocated as follows Allamakeo Bremer 40000 Butler 50000 Cerro Gordo 78000 Chlcknsaw 140000 JSmmet Fayette Floyd Franklin Aimee Closes 11 Day Cedar Rapids Series and Goes to Chicago CEDAR RAPIDS Aug 28 Aimee Semple McPherson Huttpn closed her 11 dajr revival campaign here last night and left immediate ly for Chicago where she intended to shop today before going to Min neapolis on Tuesday She will begin meetings there on Thursday It was estimated 11600 persons heard her Sunday at four services Collections for the series totaled of which Mrs Hutton received 533219 all but of the last days offer ings BoyFatally Injured FORT MADISON Aug 28 JP William Richard Thomas 10 was fatally injured by the accidental discharge of a rifle while playing with his brother and sister and two cousins Mitchell WInnebago Wlnneshlek Worth Wright 83000 110000 44000 79000 28000 36000 18000 13000 30000 25000 23000 TOTAL 1067000 As shown the cost of three Cerro Gordo county projects will be 000 bituminous graveling of the highway from Clear Lake to Bay side being the third one that was pproved The resurfacing and widening of the old mile of pavement between Mason City and Clear Lake is esti mated at The fact that this is reputed to be the oldest pavement in the state having been built in 1913 adds interest to the fact it is now finally to be re placed Cement Donated The cement for this first mile was donated half by the Northwest ern States Portland Cement com pany and half by the Lehigh Port I land Cement company Abutting property owners and other holders of property in the vicinity donated for the propect labor for which was supplied by men from the county farm The relocation of the pavement north of Mason City is estimated at 512000 for threetenths of a mile outside of Mason City and 540000 for seventenths of a mile in Mason City the latter project including a subway under the Rock Island and Great Western railroad tracks While it is expected that the first mile contract will be let this fall construction of the relocation Kuymond Zack Mason City engineer of the second highway dlstrict made up of 18 North Iowa counties will have super vision over a million dollar road building program under the public works allocation AUNT NET By Robert Quillen Bills the only man I ever knew that could talk hateful to his wife an not leave her a chance to answer back He tells her shes just like her mother Tnrn to Iajrc 2 Column 41 AND THIRD ILL Physicians Unable to Find Cause of Strange Iowa City Illness IOWA CITY Aug 28 sicians today were unable to diag nose the strange illness which caus ed the death of Joseph Wilson 4 and Allen Wilson 2 who died with in 24 hours at the University ot Iowa childrens hospital A third brother Warren 6 is critically ill The boys sons of Mr and Mrs Ellwood Wilson Wilton Junction were brought to the hospital last Thursday They were uncon scious when brought here and none of them regained consciousness Joseph died Saturday night and Allen died at p m Sunday Dr V Lenne Lennarson who at tended them said that the illness was apparently an intenstinal in fection but that he would not at tempt to make a positive diagnosis until postmortem examination had been completed He asserted that there is no pos sibility of the deaths being caused by sleeping sickness Hull Says He Did Not Urge Moley Ouster Wishes Former Aide Success in New Venture Raympnd ly out of the ssate department posi tion from which his activities were shifted weeks ago but Secretary Cordell Hull said his assistants resignation was not at his sug gestion From his mountain vaca tion place in Vir ginia Hull sent word to the press he had no information be forehand that Professor Moley contemplated re signing as as sistant secretary RAYMOND MOLtv of state He fur ther said in his formal statement I may add that I can accurate ly say in this connection that I have not at any time offered the slightest suggestion to the presi dent or Mr Moley relative to any present or future change in the offi cial status of the latter as assist ant secretary of state I wish Professor Moley every success in his new field and will at all times gladly cooperate with him in every feasible way both in that field arid all possible joint ef forts in support of the president But Hulls statement failed to al ter the view held by associates here that the return to private life of President Roosevelts businest ad visor was a triumph for the quiet Tennessean with whom Moley had differed on major policies CLAUSE IN AUTO CODE MAY HAVE TEST IN COURTS NRA Opens Campaign to Put Blue Eagle in Every Home WASHINGTON Aug 28 Labor provisions in the automobile competitive code just promulgated by President Roosevelt bid fair to bo tested in the courts While unwilling to be quoted an official in the inner councils of or ganized labor informed reporters to day the position of the American Fedeiation of Labor remained that certain stipulations on relations be tween employes and employers should not have been left in the code Will Go to Court Describing the victory of the au tomobile manufacturers as prob ably the first step by industrialists to have the same wording inserted in all codes the labor speaker inti mated that as soon as cases be lieved to be violations of the law were found court action would be begun The paragraph protested repeat edly by the labor advisory board of the recovery administration stated that its provisions did not consti tute any nullification of the law giving employes the right to organ ize without restraint from their em to bargaffi fepllecttvel MASON CITY PACKER TO HANDLE CATTLE OTIIEll FUTURES OV IAGK 14 TO EDIT WEEKLY HYDE PARK N Y Aug 28 Moley intimate of Pres l ident Roosevelt rnd recent storm center of the administration is going to edit a new national weekly to be published by Vincent Astor anoth er friend and distant relative of the chief executive The sudden retirement of the Col umbia university professor and close adviser of the president was announced yesterday after a heart to heart talk between the two The first break in the official family of the president followed closely an almost open rupture in the state department between Sec retary Hull and Moley the assistant secretary Friendly to Both Mr Roosevelt is very friendly to both Moley and Hull and all those involved say everything is all right Certainly there is no break in the friendship between the president and Moley who has been the key man of his group of advisers during the last two years I need not tell you said Mr Roosevelt in his letter accepting Moleys resignation that I appre ciate and shall always remember your participation during these two years in the development policies based on our common ideals You have rendered a very definite ser vice to your country and your de Tnrn lo Iage 2 Column 3 It providedhowever that the em ployers would retain the right to hire promote and discharge work ers on the basis of individual merit and without regard to affiliation with any organization Despite the assertion that no qualification of the law was sought organized labor was described to day aa believing that unless the new anguage meant something the manufacturers would not have sought so vigorously to have it in serted Non union bituminous coal oper ators are planning to seek similar phrasing for their code to take the lace of a provision submitted orig nally announcing an intention to continue open shop operations Will Write Code Johnson has indicated that unless the interminable discussions end soon in an agreement be would vrite a code and impose it upon the ndustry With Johnson and his chief aides concentrating upon bringing this najor industry into line with the program over the country mndreds of thousands of volunteer vorkers set out to canvass every store and business establishment and every home to hring all indus rlal and commercial life under the blue eagle Employers displaying the NRA insignia were asked how many em ployes they had added how much their payrolls had been enlarged and in what manner they were com plying with the maximum hours specified under codes or presiden tial agreements Gallery of Spectators Watches Opening of Department The Jacob E Decker and Sons company packing plant started the operation of its new beef plant Won day reentering a phase of the in dustry in which it has not been ac tive for more than a decade The new plant which is under the supervision of J A Hoffman for merly with the Cudahy company at St Paul was put into operation at 1 oclock in the afternoon There was a considerable gallery of spectators on the floor as opera tions got under way These included officials of the company plant su perintendents foremen as well ns others from the outside Govern ment inspectors were on the job as soon as operations started Families Moved Here A score of men were at work on various phases of butchering The beef department is expected to em ploy from 40 to 50 men as soon as t definitely gets under way Sev eral employes with their families have been brought to the city from other towns to handle the beef de partment The opening of a beet department at the Decker plant follows several months of preparation that has in cluded the remodeling of old build ings and ths construction of new ones together with yards and run ways Had 100 Baby Beeves WE CANNOT FAIL WASHINGTON Aug 28 NRA opened today under Hugh S John sons mandate we cannot afford to fail a campaign to implant the Turn to Pncc Column 0 of Decker beef killing department showing overload conveyors and other equipment IJBLOWBcef killing plant to the left wiih cattle pens m background part of new equipment of Decker packing plant Ilmtiu by Ildyil Vcrnlltn Wrlclil U S Has Vast IMS to Sell Abroad Foreign Markets Sought for Pacific Northwest and Southwest WASHINGTON Aug 28 Disposition of Americas bulging wheat crops popped up ns a major problem again today despite action by nature the agricultural adjust ment administration and more tliin a score of governments in signing at London a pact to cut down pro duction and reopen foreign markets While one group in the agricul ture department sought to speed up the campaign to reduce American wheat acreage from another came word that two of the nations larg est producing areas will have vast exportable surplus this year the Pacific northwest and the south west Export Slows Down Meanwhile the export movement of wheat has slowed down to a mere trickle compared with years past and doubts have arisen whether the wheat acreage reduction plan will offset unofficial reports that T17 71 Will Rogers SANTA MONICA Cnl Allg Wills Moody con gratulations I dont believe the armistice got as much publicity And poor Texas They would be unfortunate enough to have their prohibition election on the same day Helen was losing hor championship So it will be Tuesday or Wednesday before we hear what happened down there Voted like they drink I guess Just for a change Presi dent Roosevelt Saturday made a speech to his rich Duchess coun ty neighbors none of whom voted for him Smart hunch of lads I would like to see the cocie he makes out for them Yours WILL ROGERS fnpyrlclil 1M3 MeXailBllt SymllniliM Turn to t Column 7t Listen to This Folks Announcement is hereby made that the GlobeGazettes information bureau in Washington D C directed by Fred eric J Haskm vviil answer all questions relating to the NRA Extra facilities have been provided to care for the deluge of inquiries expected in response to this offer of a new type of newspaper service Every reader availing himself of this service will re ceive direct a letter dealing with his personal problems if a ruling has been made Every inquiry will receive the personal attention of an information expert close to the NRA Inclose 3 cent stamp with your yet a preaddressed and preposted envelope Address all queries as follows Frederic J Hnskin Director GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington C Senator Huey Long Object of Punching for Being Insulting NEW YORK Aug 28 Neiv York Sun said today that United States Senator Huey Long self styled Louisiana Kingfish was the ooect of a punching Saturday night in a fashionable Long Island spot near Port Washington The Sun did not name the pur ported assailant or give any details except to say that the man had been gravely insulted by Long The senator the paper said made no effort to resist the punching SOAY FOR OIL HEARING Formal Sanction Sought in Arrest of Chicagoan for Extradition ATHENS Aug 28 Athens appeal court today fixed Tuesday morning for hearing the application for formal sanction for Samuel Insulls arrest in connection with American extradition proceed ings luuiiii an i The return of the former Chicago j 80 feet was erected utilities operator who was detained Saturday is sought in connection with the financial collapse of his in terests The point involved in the pend ing action is whether he will contin ue in detention pending the outcome of the extradition proceedings Deputy Pericles Rhalli was re tained to assist in the defense of the former Chicagoan who waa detain ed Saturday in a second attempt to extradite him He was in a nursing home on advice of physicians Insull complained that secrecy about his case handicapped defense preparations hut otherwise refused to make a statement The Athens authorities went through Mr Insulls apartments and took away some papers They said this was purely a routine matter of no consequence France Guarantees Austrian Freedom PARIS Aug 28 Edoimrd Daladiers visit to intri cate fortifications along the Ger man frontier after proclaiming that France had resolved to guarantee Austrian independence aroused keen interest jn political circles to day Gonzales Appointed Minister to Panama HYDE PARK N Y Aug 28 Roosevelt today ap pointed Antonio C Gonzales of New York minister to Panama 9 Burned Seriously and 10 Slightly in Refinery Explosion WHITING Ind Aug 28 Nine men were burned seriously find 10 others slightly today in a gas explosion in the Whiting re finery of the Standard Oil Com pany of Indiana hand nearly 100 of the Worth fair prize baby beeves which t purchased directly bought later from other Mason City concerns who cooperated to support the bid ding at the auction sale and others sent to the plant for killing All the prize baby beeves pur hased locally at the fair were in he Decker yards whereas in other years it was necessary to send them ip to Albert Lea or Austin for pro casing The opening of the Decker eef plant took place as if timed or the baby beef sale at the fair jiving the local packing concern an pportunity to become the main ustaining support in holding up the price level for the 200 baby beeves raised by North Iowa 4H club I members The records show the Decker plant bought 40 head of baby beeves direct at the sale Later purchases and others brought In butchering brought the total Mon day to Used for Cooling The beef killing unit occupies in part a structure formerly used for the canning department which was moved into a new building The old caning section was remodeled and insulated and prepared for cool IJIBT rooms while an addition 00 by us erected on the north side as the beef killing house Space is provided on the east side of the building for the construction of ad ditional coolers should these be needed The killing and processingroom is equipped with the lateit machin ery for the handling of beeves In designing the structure George Moeser master mechanic at the plant mnJc n study of a number of beef plants Taking the best points of all these he designed what is considered one of the finest beef killing units in the country Hides will be handled in the basement of the building The plant has a ca pacity of 200 beeves and 1000 sheen or 1500 calves Converted to Pirns Cattle arc brought to the building through a runway extending from pens to the north The building used for pcna in former days when the Decker plant did beef killing fTuni lr Ingf rrtiiimn 1 Work on Norns Dam to Start This Week KNOXVILLK Tcnn Aug 28 fT Tennessee valley authority has announced that drilling work for the construction of Norris dam 20 miles north of here would start this week IOWA WEATHER Generally fair Monday night mid Tuesday slightly cooler In cast portion Monday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for hour period ending at 8 oclock 21 Monday morning Maximum Sunday Minimum In Night At 8 A M Monday R2 33 tii Figures for like period ending at oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday 7fl Minimum In Night V   

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