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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1933, Mason City, Iowa i ti L 0 M E R IS ME i A T Li T OF I i D e Pi OF o F a we i North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION OL XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRE39 LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWATUESDAY OCTOBER 10 1933 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 1 Norris May Quit Senate Rumor in Nebraska He May Run for Governor By HERBERT PLUMMER WASHINGTON Oct 10 From Nebraska cornea a hint that Senator George Norrla once more is flirting with an old and cher ished ambition He refuses to say now one report has it whether he will be out for gover nor in the next election Many of his friends believe that the 72 year old senator long has wished to end his political career in Ne GtoRGE w woaRis braskas guber n a t o r i al chair Nonpartisanship and the substitution of a small sin gle chamber for the two houses of the state legislature are included in his conception an ideal govern ment He wanted to try it in 1931 but circumstances held him in the sen ate His present term will not ex pire until 1937 Nebraskas guber natorial election is next year Norris has seen his fondest wish development of Muscle Shoals come true His long fight to eliminate lame duck sessions of congress has ben completed successfully Has he sufficient faith that the new deal actually is here to quit Washington and begin new work at home Concumcrs Psychology There is a lot being said around Washington these days of the ef fort to build up what is called a consumers psychology What it is and the reason seems to be this Changes in the consumers food dollar came in general only with the depression Recovery adminis tration officials point out that for the past three ye ars the spread b e f afraer the consumer iprppprtion to thp price reduction farmers have taken1 for their pro ducts They suffered the greatest deflation Next to come down were consum ers prices The drop in retail prices however was not as great propor tionately as the drop in farm prices This meant that the processors and distributors portion of the con sumers dollar often was relatively greater during the depression than it was during the years we are apt to look back upon as prosperous Along Two Fronts The drive is being aimed at both farmers and consumers Both are being urged to watch what happens to these price mar gins during the next few months Since they failed to contract as much as farm and retail prices in the depression it is pointed out they should not be expected to in crease rt anything like the rate at which farm prices advance unless the workers in these food industries get greatly increased wages The idea of a consumers psy chology can be built up or ex pressed another way if the people of the country can be made con sumer conscious half the battle will be won Once conusmers are aroused re covery officials believe corrective steps naturally will follow Receivers of Bank at Waterloo Sued DUBUQUE Oct 10 for was brought by receivers of the Silvers Manufacturing company of Waterloo against the receivers of the Commercial National bank of Waterloo alleging that the bank accepted securities owned by the company as collateral for a person al loan to Sam Silvers president Named Acting Postmaster WASHINGTON Oct 10 liam Shott was named acting post master at Birmingham Iowa AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Folks say modern girls are wild but their parents dont marry em off by the time theyre fifteen so they wont have to worry GUARD MAIL ROBBERY WITNESSES Pickets Routed as Men Return to Steel Mills CONFERENCE ON COAL TROUBLES AT PITTSBURGH 10000 Lettuce Cotton Workers on Strike in California By ASSOCIATED PRESS Return to work of several thou sand steel company employes in West Virginia and Ohio and strikes in the cotton and lettuce fields of California marked the industrial scene Tuesday Escorted by 50 state policemen the first day of Weirton W Va steel company employes went back to their jobs after a weeks strike and pickets massed about one of the mills gates were quickly dis persed with tear gas Following decision of union lead ers to recall pickets workers in the companys Steubenville Ohio unit began to trek back to work 10000 on Strike Approximately 10000 workers in Californias lettuce and cotton growing regions were reported on strike demanding substantial in creases in pay State Labor Com missioner Frank C MacDonald des cribed the situation as dangerous and said cotton growers had reject ed all mediation offers Interest of the strike plagued fields ofwestern Pennsylvania was focused on a conference in JPittsr burgh between Thomas Moses pres ident of the H C Frick Coke com pany and Philip Murray vice presi dent of the United Aline Workers Up For Discussion Up for discussion were the ques tions of union recognition the union checkoff system and the status of union check which precipitated the strikes After half the areas 75000 strik ing miners have returned to work the others are awaiting outcome of the conference In Indiana national guardsmen patrolled Sullivan county roads alert for possible renewal of disor ders accompanying picketing of co operative bituminous colliries United Mine Workers have charg ed that the cooperative plan vio lates the wage agreement between the union and operators Forced to Close The tannery strike in Glovers ville N Y began to affect glove manufacturers one of them assert ing that unless it were speedily set tled he would be forced to close his plant Leather supplies were run ning low The twelfth day of the strike at the Edgewater N J assembly plant of the Ford company found between 500 and 600 men at work The plant employs approximately 2200 men Belief that NRA administrators may agree soon to reopening of existing codes so that wages might be raised and hours shortened was expressed in Washington by Wil liam Green president of the Amer can Federation of Labor FLORIDA VOTES ON DRY REPEAL State Decides Whether It Will Be 33rd to Join Wet Ranks TAMPA Fla Oct 10 Florida voted today to decide whether the state would be the thirtythird to sanction repeal of the eighteenth amendmet or the first in the country to oppose it Repealists sent out a last hbur plea through Postmaster General James A Farley and Governor Dave Sholtz who spoke hero last night Farley called upon Florida to join the parade of states march ing toward early accomplishment of repeal and predicted that the state would go two to one for re peal The voters today cast ballots for 67 delegatea from the state at large who will officially express the states stand on the repeal iasue at a convention in tallahasaee Nov 14 Blaze on Farm Put Out ALGONA Oct dam age was done to the basement of the home occupied by L Gisch on the Joe Zankey farm northeast of Al gona Cobs piled near the chimney originated the blaze The local fire department waa called GETTING IN UNDER THE WIRE ITS BOTH PATR IOT I C AND Government May Start Work Upon Housing Projects Ickes Says Administration Thinks of Establishing New Corporation WASHINGTON Oct 10 retary Ickes revealed today that the government was considering estab lishment of a new corporation to handle construction and leasing or sale of low cost housing projects throughout the country Articles of incorporation already drafted would permit the corpora tion to go into cities and through purchase or condemnation proceed ings acquire lands on which low cost housing projects would be erected These projects the public works chief said could then be sold or let to occupants with the corporation repaying to the treasury the funds advanced for the work It Is con templated that some of the projects will be merely for establishment of low rent homes while others will be for slum clearance The secretary could not estimate the possible cost of nuch a program but hinted it might run Into several hundred millions Ickes said he regarded housing as one of the most logical ways of creating jobs especially since he added many men would be employ ed indirectly in the manufacture and preparation of materials ANNOUNCE IOWA BUY NOW DRIVE DBS MOINES Oct 10 nouncement of a buy now cam paign to start Immediately In Towa and to continue for the next three months was made today by Chair man J J Hughes of the state re covery ooard Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Gal Oct British are over here now talking to us about debts Thats one thing you got to say for them they were the first to pay us anything and even if they are not going to pay us any more they at least come over and talk it over with us and if ever a different settlement is made they certainly deserve the first break We dislike their tea we kid their poor English dialect And we think they are snobbish but by golly we know that their honor all over thc world is rec ognized Yours WILL ROGERS CojrlRtit 1D33 McNniiglil Syndicate SOLD RAILROAD STOCK TO TRUST Dillon and Read Unloaded While Market Dropped Senators Learn WASHINGTON Oct 10 Testimony that Dillon Read and company sold more than 3000000 of railroad stock to its investment trusts in 1929 when the market waa sinking rapidly today waa giv en the senate committee investigat ing Wall Street E B Tracy president of Dillon Read and companys investment trusts disclosed under questioning by Senator Couzens R Mich and committee counsel Ferdinand Pe cora that the trusts paid 53791 000 for Rock Island stock Smoking a cigaret and frequently conferring with his colleagues Tra cy said it had been agreed by all concerned that the United States and International Securities corpor ation wanted to buy railroad stocka Clarence Dillon head of Dillon Read and company sat In the back ground of the sparsely filled caucua room of the senate office building listening attentively Kathryn Kelly Is Named as Buyer of Machine Gun Husband Pointed Out as Man Who Collected Urschel Ransom Money OKLAHOMA CITY Oct 10 modish Kathryn Kelly was named in government testimony to day as the purchaser of a machine gun used in kidnaping Charles F Urschel and her husband George machine gun Kelly was pointed out as the gangster who collected 5200000 ransom for the oil million aires release J Klar firearms flealer of Fort Worth Tex testified in the trial of thc couple of federal kidnaping charges that he sold Kathryn a ma chine gun for 5250 bearing the same aerial number as the weapon later found beside the sleeping Harvey Bailey on the Paradise Tex kid nap farm where the victim was hidden Bailey ia serving a life term on conviction of thc kidnaping Denies Kelly Bought Didnt you sen Kelly three ma chine guns before this time Asked Kathryns Attorney John Roberts after Klnr had testified that the woman came into his shop alone last Feb 20 and selected the weapon No sir Kelly had been in the store before but never had bought anything Klar replied He denied that when Kathryn en tered the store that day he had sale to her Ive got that machine gun that Kelly wanted Hustled From Ilnnie The machine gun prosecutors allege waa the one which was pointed at Urschel when he was hustled from his home the night of July 22 E E Kirkpatrick Tulaa man ager for preceded Klar on the stand and pointed to Kelly ns the man to whom he handed a satchel containing the ransom on a Kansas City boulevard FARMERS ASKED BY GRANGE HEAD TO SUPPORT NRA State Convention Told Production Must Be Controlled GRINNELL Oct 10 W Smith of Newton master of the towa Grange In his address before he organizations annual conven ion today urged support of the NRA find the argiculturnl adjust ment administration in its price raising efforts He outlined three steps by which present agricultural conditions can be corrected By controlling agri cultural production as far as safety will permit by recognizing Russia and by stabilization of the dollar or controlled inflation Must Fncc Crisis The time ia here to face the pres ent crisis analyze its true condi tion either control production to national need increase the argi cultural price level to as high a level as that of other groups or blindly pursue the policy of the past of dog eat dog and degener ate into a mob of peasants That is the farm problem Smith de clared He defended the NRA with the statement that notwithstanding the writing of fair codes for labor and industry there appearsto be a certain of humanpirates who are apparently using their every effort to defeat this great undertak ing Abolish Child Ijibor The NRA he srd has abolished child labor and sweat shops and has compelled industry to grant labor the right to organize and bargain collectively Smith added however that The complete NRA program will fail unless farm purchasing power is restored and said It is about time if the NRA is to be of a tangible benefit to agriculture that the good effects should be appar ent In increased agricultural prices to the producer Hf rose to the defense of H A Wallace secretary of agriculture aid his administration of the ad justment act with the declaration Much criticism in formulating this program and placing it in operation has been hurled at Secretary of Ag riculture Wallace Using His Efforts I am of the firm opinion that Mr Wallace guided only by his great desire to render service to those who till the soil is using his efforts to aid the farmers of this nation to secure their full share of permanent prosperity Smith also reiterated his advo cacy of a net income tax as a re placement tax only declared that the report of the Brookingg insti tution on reorganization of the state government should be made public and urged that the liquor question before the special legisla tive session be approached with calmness clear thinking good judg ment and not from any angle oJ bias or partisan politics MAN S MISSING AFTER EXPLOSION Hose He was Using Blown to Bits in Steel Oil Barge Blast KEOKUK Oct 10 A Pyle U S government pilot serv ing as watchman in Forebny here was missing today after explosion of a ateel oil barge at midnight Sunday night Pyle was runnin steam into the barge to thaw out cold oil so i could be pumped Gases evidently formed within the barge and rippet it wide open rolling back the stec deck like tissue paper Searchers looked all night for Pyle A hose he was using to thaw the oil was found in scattered bits The barge was tied in Forebny near Mississippi river power plant Other barges nearby were damages and covered with oil lownn Dies in Ohio COLUMBUS Ohio Oct 10 C C Kenny 56 Memaha Iowa died today of heart disease He has been visiting here at the home of Dr Rufue E Wicker joard or commission control the listribution and sale of liquor an attorney generals opinion held here oday The opinion discussing various le al phases of liquor control sya ems was requested by the state Iquor control commission and was ilaccd before the commission in ses sion at the statehouse today The summarization of the opinion n the question of whether the state egislature may authorize a board or commission to regulate the sale ind dispensing of liquor was as fol ows It appears therefore that if the ight to sell and dispense liquor is n the state and the legislative be ievea a peculiar condition exists in to liquor that it requires a mrticular classification and to car out this intent seta up a board or commission as an arm of the state it may authorize the board or commission to adopt rules and regu ations for the sale of liquor and fol lowing section 2678 of the code in regard to tuberculin it may control bhe sale distribution and use of liquor in the state and provide how it may be dispensed and sold Answering other raiset by thecbmmlBSlonthe attorney gen erals opinion held that a specie corporation to handle the dispens ing of liquor would have to be or ganized under the general corpora tion laws and not by the legislature and that the state cannot become c stockholder in any privately formec corporation Farmers Union Will Parade at Shenandoah SHENANDOAH Oct 10 Mi Farmers Union and Farmers Holi day association members have an nounced a district meeting here Fri day and Saturday with a protea parade set for Saturday afternoon State Board May Control Liquor Sales Assmbly Has Power to Act Attorney General Says DBS MOINES Oct 10 tate legislature has authority under ertain conditions to create a state I ovpr thc shotgun murder of Gus FEAR GANGLAND PLANS TO GO ON KILLING SPREE City and Federal Officers Say Winkler Knew Too Much PICTURE ON PAGE 1 CHICAGO Oct 10 GRATTAN FREED ON BOND Continue Selection of Jury Panel in Murder Trial at Decorah DECORAH Oct 10 T Grattn on trial here for mur der was released under bonds today pending the outcome of his trial Signers of thc bond were Lurene Lamm William McNamara and Richard Bucknell all of Decorah Eight jurors were tentatively se lected for the panel this morning bringing the total to 20 Giattan is charged with the slay ing of Clyde Meadc race track driver and horseman following an alleged argument at the Winne shiek county fairgrounds last sum mer His wife and grandson Henry Grattan whom he claimed he was defending at the time of the shoot ing appeared with him in court Vinkler the federal government to day ordered armed guards to pro ect witnesses In the 5250000 Chi ago mail robbery of which Wink ers death was supposedly an af ermath Weve taken ateps to protect our vitnesses said Assistant United tales Attorney Edward A Fisher United States marshals were select as the guards From another federal source it was learned orders had been issued or special precautions to be taken or two score prisoners held in a lalf dozen cities in connection with lic robbery and disposal of the oot Knew Too Much Winkler was killed both city and ederal authorities agreed because IB knew too much and because other gangsters feared he might alk to police officers Thcy ex pressed open fears that more IcIH ngs might follow Meanwhile as police pried through underworld sources they learned Winkler had more power in gang dom than they had dreamed All denied he had been n stool pigeon but they agreed he had control oe gambling thqt netted miUionatsoar Had Been He had been mistrusted in gong land they said since he returned 5600000 of loot taken in the worlds biggest bank robbery at Lincoln Nebr Before that he had been an interstate worker for Capone n suspect in the killing of seven men in the St Valentines day massacre and a known bank robber Joseph Bergl former partner of Winkler in a garage that equipped gangster automobiles with armor plate bullet proof windows and smoke screens was described by police as being in terror of his life Three suspects were arrested to day In the killing of Winkler All were minor police characters and police did not disclose the evidence against them Dressed In Black Blond dressed in black and weeping Winklers widow testified at the inquest today that her late husband intended to surrender this morning to United States Attorney Dwight Green for questioning Mrs Winkler testified her IHIK Imnd hadnt carried a gun for a long time and that ho did not as sociate to her knowledge with Edgar Lebensberger night club owner who killed himself a few hours before an indictment was returned against him in the mail robbery case Charles C Bittner Is Sort Who Takes Pride in His Work CHICAGO Oct 10 ently Charles C Bittner is the kind of man who takes pride in his work He testified before Federal Judge James H Wilkerson that he hud been making quarters that put the real ones to shame They he said were good quarters They had more silver in them than the ones the mint makes thc deaign was just as pretty Eight years in prison was the courts way of making answer lowan Honored for Public Health Work INDIANAPOLIS Oct 10 The American Public Health asso ciation awarded a life membership to Dr Peel M Payne of Napoleon villc Iowa for public health work during thc last year KingsfordSmith in Java on Long Flight SOERABAYA Java Oct 10 on his way on a flight from England to Australia Wing Com mander Sir Charles Kingston Smith arrived here late today Ho plans to hop off tomorrow morning for Australia INJURIES FATAL TO FERNEAU 65 Haniontown Resident Hurt in Fall From Haymow Succumbs Here James Fcrneau 05 Hanlontown house mover died Tuesday morn ing at a local hospital from injuries received when he fell from thc hay mow of a barn he was wrecking at Hanlontown The accident occurred Oct 2 and Mr Ferneau had been In critical condition since that time He was working with his son Ross at the time of the accident His head struck on a cement sidewalk below the hayloft when he fell Mr Fcrneau received a skull fracture hip fracture and injury to his left kidney in the fall Sfie IOWA WEATHER Probably local Khowers Tues day night or Wednesday except generally fair In extreme north ttent portion not cool In cen tral and cast portions Tuesday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday Morning Maximum Monday 58 Minimum in Night SI 8 A M Tuesday 41
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