Mason City Globe Gazette, November 6, 1933

Mason City Globe Gazette

November 06, 1933

View full pageStart a free trial

Issue date: Monday, November 6, 1933

Pages available: 32

Previous edition: Saturday, November 4, 1933

Next edition: Tuesday, November 7, 1933 - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions

About Mason City Globe Gazette

Publication name: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Pages available: 311,935

Years available: 1901 - 1994

Learn more about this publication


  • 2.13+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Find your ancestors now
Start your Genealogy Search now
See with your own eyes the newspapers your great-great grandparents held.

View sample pages : Mason City Globe Gazette, November 06, 1933

Get access to these newspapers Plus 2.13+ billion other articles

OCR Text

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 6, 1933, Mason City, Iowa 1 North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home r VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPy ASSOCIATED PRES3 LBA3ED WIRE SERVICE Use G O P Machinery NRAAAAandFCA Owe Great Deal to RFC By HERBERT PLUMMEK WASHINGTON Nov 6 ASHINGTON Nov 6 is interestingto observe how the administr a t i o n has and more as its program has ad zely on a vast gov ernmental ma chine set up by a republican a d ministration There Is prob ably no more im portant part of the presidents recovery m a chine today than the Reconstruc tion Finance corporation FCs manyfingered hand touches very Washington to brtag thifnation ou of economic doldrums NRA AAA FCA and all the other numerous governmental agen cies which have sprungup since March 4 owe much to RFC It has been RFC loans which have kept them functioning RFC is a holdover from the Hoo ver administration It came in for some very severe criticism by democrats in both senate and house and many thought that under Roosevelts regime it would either be discarded or reduced to a minor role K F Cs New Role With the announcement of th presidents new gold policy RFC found itself suddenly skyrocketed t a place of prominence the like o which no other governmental airen cy enjoys Not only will the corporation buv newly mined gold for the govern rnent from domestic producers bu its plans embrace entering the world markets in quest of the metal RFCs increased activity along with the placeof Importance it has reached in the general scheme o things will in the opinion of Wash ington observers insure a new lease on life for itself in the coming congress The life of the corpora tion ends by law on Jan 22 unless expended by an act of congress Cant Do It Again President Hoover extended It year by executive order but it cant be done in that manner again With RFCs steadily ascending star has risen also Jesse Jones chairman The big whitehaired Texan is now regarded as one of the most influential of the presi dents advisers Theres little done about fiscal matters in the capital without evi dence of Jones handiwork some where MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER fi EDITION IOWAS SPECIAL SESSIO THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 24 Council Whittles Milk InspectionTFees REJECTS OPENS Continue Hartzell Trial to Tuesday Attorney Is Sick SIOUX CITY Nov 6 trial of Oscar M Hartzell accused of using the mails to defraud was continued this morning until Tues day morning Sickness of Oscar Goltz one of Hartzells attorneys was the reason for postponement Ford Firm Begins to Lay Off Its Workers DETROIT Nov 6 the men employed at the Ford Motor companys River Rouge plant here were laid off today in accordance with a recent company announce ment that It planned to bring aver age workinghours within the NRA auto code of 35 a week AUNT MET By Robert QuiJlen I hate to be selfcon scious but if I forgot myself Id be scared o scratchin in public like Ella GRANTONWATER PLANT REPAIRS Crofoot Project to Put Large Number to Work Viewed After nearly two hours of dis cussion the city council at its regu ar meeting Monday morning fin ally succeeded in passing an amend ment to the milk ordinance which upon publication in the GlobeGa zette will put the measure into ef fect The construction of a milk ordin ance has occupied the attention of the council since early summer Publication of the ordinance as passed by the council two months ago was held up on rumors that the milk producers and processors were on the warpath and planned to challenge the legality of the docu ment The amendment adopted Monday is believed to remove the objection able features of the document which is to regulate the selling of milk ii Mason City The chief change was the lowering of the inspection fees for the small operators Withdrew Application While it weaved to and fro in a lengthy battle of words on the milk ordinance the council shot throng without discussion a motion to withdraw the citys application for federal aid in connection with the waterworks improvement although the government had already grant ed a 13000 allowance City Manager B H Crofoot was authorized to purchase a plot of ground between Fourth street north east and Winnebago river immedi ately east of Carolina avenue for 54100 This will be used to supply rock for a large street improvement program that will be started to fur nish work for the needy in the city In connection with this a general plan developed by the city manager for putting a large number of Turn o 1aRO 11 Column 1 LINDBERGHS REVISIT PARIS cony of the DOLLAR DROPS U S BUYS GOLD Reports Purchases Abroad Domestic Price Raised to WASHINGTON Nov G administration raised the RFC price for newly mined gold to another successive new high today at in ounce and revealed that 000 has been paid out in purchases of the domestic metal Jesse H Jones chairman of the corporation said that substantial amounts of gold have een bought in the world markets but he declined to state the actual amount The administration watched the dollar slide to a new low level today but would give no hint whether its rold buyingactivities abroad were inked to the skidding exchange rate 1oy Some Price The foreign gold is being bought y the Federal Reserve bank of New fork at approximately the price bo ng paid by the RFC for domestic newly mined metal Jones also announced that since October 16 has been oaned to closed banks for distribu ion to depositors The deposit liquidation board as ormed on that date and Jones said hat it soon will have the state com completed London dispatches told of a mys erious sale of 300000 pounds in bar gold Fear Speculation Authorities here are surrounding heir operations with great secrecy cst speculators profit Officials today fixed the price of omeatic newly mined gold at 53281 an ounce 17 cents higher than on Saturday and 38 cents greater than he London quotations after turning Into dollars at an exchange rate f to the pound a low mark cached in todays dealings The col ar closed at London bullion quotation in Brit sh currency decreased by cncc TT S Chllrles A Lindbergh are shown on n balcony o e United States embassy in 1nrls with Theodore aiarrlner American daffarcs on visit of the flying colonel to the French eapitul since his epochal arrival there via air In 1927 Associated NRA Objections Mostly Dead Cats Says Hugh Johnson Makes Peace Speech in Midwest CHICAGO Nov 6 Hugh S Johnson today told a meet ing of manufacturers and big busi nessmen that the objections ad vanced so far against the NRA were composed mostly of imitation dead cats and hogoblins Starting out on n speaking tour of peace making through the agri cultural midwest the national re covery administrator pleaded for full support of the NRA in an address before the Chicago association of commerce and the Illinois Manufac turers association Johnson said that when he took over the job he expected the early applause would cease and the air would be full of dead cats He said the NRA had stepped on a few some of the biggest kingingest toes in the used to trampling anybody who op posed them Witch Doctors He said NRA objectors alao had used a device of witch doctors to set up a hobgoblin and then dance around the fire beating a tomtom and screaming at it He advised his listeners to wake up and get rid of these savage fetishes The biggest Imitation dead cat is the one about the freedom of the press Johnson said Johnson planned to extend this weeks tour to Minneapolis Des Moines Omaha Kansas City Tulsa Fort Worth and Louisville Secre tary Wallace on Saturday will ad dress farmers and businessmen in Des Moines Make No Comment Before Johnson left Washington neither he nor Wallace made public comment on the farm program presented Saturday by five mid west governors and rejected by President Roosevelt But two new processing taxes were in effect today on schedule to raise money which is to be urned over to farmers who agree reduce crops One was 5 cents a bushel on corn that will be raised to 20 cents Dec 1 The other was on cents a hundredweight increasing gradually to by Feb 1 To obtain part of the in pay ments farmers must agree to re duce next years corn acreage 20 ler cent and marketed hog tonnage 25 per cent Wait Little Longer With more than 25000000 of the lations farm population of 32000 000 already affected by the farm adjustment program there was every Indication that the adminis ration intended to adhere to a de velopment of that hoping mean while that farmers could be con vinced they should wait a little onger Here summed up are the pro grams besides cornhogs in force or planned than 500000 farm ers controlling about 80 per cent of he nations average harvested Turn to 2 Column 0 BUT ONE COURSE LEFT SAYS RENO Farmers Must Strike With AH the Power They Possess DES MOINES Nov 6 Milo Reno president of the striking na tional Farmers Holiday association today asserted betrayal of the farmers by both the president and Secretary Wallace leaves the farmers but one course left to pur sue to strike with all the power that they possess It will perhaps Reno continued be a long bitter struggle and no man can foretell the end One thing sure is that there cart no longer be any doubt in Uie minds of the peo ple as to the presidents attituue and millions of our ers business and professional men the Injustice of the ad ministrations attitude towards the farmer will rally and support the holiday movement Foolish to Temporize It seems foolish to longer tem porize with the situation hoping it la possible to convert either of the old parties to the cause of the plain people That thero will be a pow erful third party launched that will amalgamate the progressive ele ment of the United States Is cer tain In ignoring the request of the Farmers union and the Farmers Holiday association Reno charged President Roosevelt definitely and deliberately broke his preelec tion pledge to the farmers of the na tion No amount of smiles and sophristries can in the least alter the situation He placed himself squarely behind Henry Wallace and they should be a congenial pair Wallace completely reversed him self after he became secretary of agriculture and Franklin D Roose velt has ignored his pledges and forgotten that part of the demo cratic platform which said that the party platform is a solemn covenant ivith the people to be sacredly kept Asked for Justice The five governors who presented the Farm holiday demands to the president last week only asked for justice for the farmer and that he should be treated with the same consideration as other groups Reno asserted It Is to be hoped he said that he governors who were figurative ly slapped in the face by the pres dent and secretary will have the courage to take the necessary ac ion to protect our citizens in pos session of their homes and demand for the people of the middlewest especially the farmers the consid eration they arc entitled to Z Million for Kalis DFNVER Nov 6 Budd president of the Burlington railroad said here Sunday night the road will spend nearly soon for steel rails and fastenings HERRING ASKED TO SEND GUARD TO SIOUX CITY Railroad Bridge Burned Down Farmer Killed in Nebraska SIOUX CITY Nov 6 ty and city authorities in this center of farm strike violence today re quested the aid of national guard troops and said they were assured by Governor Herring that immedi ate action will be taken The announcement of the request or troops came from Mayor W D Hayes after a conference with Sher iff William Tice of Woodbury coun ty Sheriff Ralph Rippey of Plym outh county Thomas McBride com missioner of pubc safety and T I r icy state agent The request followed numerous acts of violence in the Sioux City market area Herring Not Decided At Des Moines Governor Herring said he had talked with city and county officers at Sioux City re tarding farm strike disorders there but that he had not yet decided up on a course of action Eurningof a Greit Northern rail vay bridge near here today was at tributed by authorities to farm pick ets who sought to halt a freigh train shortly before the fire The engineer of tho train whos lame ascertalnedprefuse o stop and a rifle bullet crashc hrough the caboose The train wa one of the Omaha railway subsidl ary of the North Western Guards at Courthouse James is just six miles north ot ioux City in Plymouth county vhere farm unrest last spring ne essitated calling out national guan roops Sheriff Rippey had guards posted round the Plymouth county court iouse at Le Mars today following an nonymous telephone threat last ight that pickets would attempt to ccover flares which the sheriff had aken from them and to take caru f the courthouse at the same time One hundred pickets were on the ighways near James and only six rucka reached the Sioux City pro uce markets this morning Nebraska Fanner Killed A Nebraska larmer was killed ear Dakota City Neb last night vhcn a speeding automobile crashed nto a group of pickets clustered round a parked truck Five were njured Eight carloads of livestock were aided by pickets near Lawton and the stock turned loose after the rain had been halted by a huge ile of railroad ties on the tracks Picketing fhircd anew In Wiscon in Forty thousand pounds of milk dumped Telephone wires were ut Massed at Bridge Pickets and antiplcketing forces nassed at the Flattsmouth Nebr Turn to PaKfl 2 Column 2 GETS KNOCKED OUT ST overnors GOVERNORS TO GARRY ON FIGHT Olson Says Congress Will Be Asked to Pass Their Farm Program PAUL Nov 6 lors and farm leaders will arry their fight for an agricultural rice fixing and marketing control rogram to congress over President oosevelts refusal to approve such plan Gov Floyd B Olson said to ay Returning from Washington where he relief program presented by him nd four other governors was re cted Olson said the farm front Is olid and the governors are unwav ring in their demands He said they would meet again oon and invite executives of other rrictiltural states to join them In reparing a program for presenta on to congress in January Convinced of Failure Olso said he believed President oosevelt was convinced the pres nt administration farm relief plan nging on success of acreage al tmcnts government purchases nd processing taxes will not work We may even discuss a possible mbargo at the executive session be held of governors of western Turn lo Z Column PETER AIINO N Y Cartoonist Given Worst of Jight Club Row Sally bNeill Film Actress Reported to Be Cause of Fight HOLLYWOOD Nov 6 ter Arno New York cartoonist was knocked out in an exchange of fisticuffs in the fashionable Em bassy club early today The argument allegedly was with Drexel Biddlc Steel actor and member of a prominent Philadel phia family but Steel said the cnockout blow was struck by his business manager Gordon Butler Sully Denies Iirt Sally ONeill film actress who ac companied Arno to the club and vas reported to be the unwitting cause of the fight was said by some witnesses to have ended the alter cation by rapping Steel over the head with a chnir Miss ONeill lowevcr denied she had any part in ho fight Among those who witnessed the Ight were Joan Crawford and Franchot Tone Mr and Mrs Clark able and Doris Duke heiress to a obacco fortune Makes a Puss Steel said Aino apparently had aken exception to his speaking Lo rfiss ONeill as he passed Arnos able Later Steel said Arno came iver to his table ana made a pass it me My astonishment about the whole if fair was increased because of the act that I have known Mr Arno or all of ten years said the actor The only provocation that I gave lim whatsoever was to call him by his own name of Curtis for his name is Curtis Arno Peters and I lant imagine that is the reason I ant believe that he objected to my Turn lo fngn 3 Cnliimn Mussolini to Take 2 More Cabinet Jo fa Balbo and Sirianni Resign Air Navy Ministries ROME Nov 6 IJFtKlag Victor Kminuel made Premier Mussolini minister of both the navy and the air today after accepting the resig nations of Air Marshal Italo Balbo and Admiral Giusseppe Sirianni rv lime thc na General Valle undersecretary of the and Admiral Cavagnari under cretary of the navy Balbo was named B t governor of Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Nov you dont rush this Roosevelt into everything that is pulled on him Saturday was refusal day with him he must have collected a bad The farmers resolution from their convention telling him what to do he just said yeah Swope had a plan and he just said yeah Knglands debt commis sion goes home with nothing but yeah Wall Street says the dol lar must ha stabilized he just said yeah They even told him the big bad wolf congress was coming in eight weeks and he just said yeah It looked like the yeahs had it It takes a lot of yoahs to keep you from being a yes man Yours WILL ROGKSiS rnpjrridit 10M McVaiinlit Sjnctltale Premier Mussolini sent both Bal ra a cordial led letter thanking them long and loyal coopera ion Accept Resignation The kings decree accepted the resignation of Undersecretary Rus so of the navy and Undersecretary Riecardi of the air The wording of the decree indi cated that the military ministries of the air navy and war will not be combined as at first believed It was thought however that this was probable at some later period when Mussolini becomes minister of national defense President of Company Admiral Sirianni becomes preai dent of Cogne company large iron ore minors in Upper Italy Premier Mussolini how holds ministries Foreign affairs inter ior war navy air and corporations There are seven he does not oc namely colonies justice fi nance education agriculture com tnunications and public works SIXSTflTESTO VOTE ON REPEAL Tammany Hall Fortunes in Balance in New York City Election WASHINGTON Nov 6 Spirited last minute arguments and predictions today created fervent ntcrests in tomorrows repeal and nayoral elections Two things put unusual signifi ance into the off year mly three of the six states voting iced favor repeal to make certain f prohibitions official death about Dec 5 state wide and mayoral con ests were expected by some of the phtically interested to indicate the direction of national political cur rents In many states and cities conse quently there were predictions of heavy and even record voting In Unbroken Succession Thirtythree of the necessary 36 states have ballotted in unbroken succession to end national prohibi tion Tomorrow Ohio Pennsylvania Utah Kentucky North and South Carolina give their verdicts Postmaster General Farley gen eralissimo of the Roosevelt admin istrations campaign for repeal pre dicted again in New York last night that with the counting of the ballots the dry law would be erasted At the same time Mrs Henry W Peabody chairman of the womans national committee for law enforce ment appealed to the women to make a lust rally to save the prohibition amendment With Tammany Halls fortunes in the balance New York Citys heat ed mayoral election xvas being brought to a thunderous climax The three candidates Mayor John P OBrien Fiorello H Li Guardia and Joseph V McKee predicted victory by overwhelming pluralities Farley national and state demo cratic chairman had indorsed Mc Kce Some democratic chieftains conceded that the outcome would affect President Roosevelts control of the state Other Contests Listed Other important mayoral contests include Ray T Miller democrat against Harry Davis re publican Boston Six candidates four democratic and two republican in tho field In Virginia Senator Byrcl demo crat seeks to succeed himself with Henry A Wise republican as his opponent CHOSEN BY REPUBLICANS AS SENATE HEAD Opening House Prayer Offered by Aimee McPherson DES MOINES Nov i Iowa legislature in the first meeting of the special session today proceed ed to organization both branches electing temporary officers Both senate and house adjourned shortly before noon to reconvene it 10 a m Tuesday Shortly before adjournment the house passed a oint resolution to gather with the senate tomorrow morning to hear ov Clyde L Herring At a time marking session in the ipper branch Senator Frank Byers of Cedar Rapids republican pre sented the slate of temporary offi cers and moved their fol owingthe fall of Lieut Gov Nel ion G Kraschels gavel and an ipenmg prayer by the Rev Stod dard Lane of Des Moines Temporary Officers The slate of temporary senate of icers which began work today in Wartinsdalo assist secretary hided Byron J Allen of Pocahon ns secretary Walter Beam md Robert Phillips of Des Moinea clerk Fight for control of the upper branch lies between the republican nominee for president pro tern George A Wilson DCS Molnea and the democratic candidate Sen ator H L Irwra Of Clinton Both were nominated in caucuses v AIiiHHf Gives Promptly at a m today Speaker George Miller called tho house of representatives to order Pjayer was offered by Aimee Sem ple McPhersoii Mutton noted evan gelist who is holding a series of meetings here choice of the democratic caucus yesterday defeating Lloyd Ellis of hanton clerk in regular session Today being the fiftyseventh Jirthday of Speaker Miller p H Donlon of Palo Alto presented him vith a bouquet of 57 huge chrysan hemums on behalf of his fellow leir Proclamation Read The proclamation of the special essions was read and the following ew members sworn in A H LVery republican of Clay George chlattcr democrat of Jackson E Weiben democrat of Tama and L Fletcher republican of Osce la Speaker Miller designated Repre entatives Mercer of Johnson Aug stinc of Ringgold and Roe of Al amakee as a committee to select ouse clerks The senate session was opened by prayer by the Rev Stoddard Lane f Des Moines Fiitrnimge Problem The matter of patronage was one f the first problems awaiting im nediatc attention and committees cpresenting the senate republicans enate democrats and house demo rats were at work on their slates atronage committees of both par es expressed disapproval of the mploymcnt of married women cx ept in instances where they are the ole support of their family The senate republican patronage ommittee was composed of sena ors Clyde Topping chairman D W Wea IOWA WEATHER Cloudy probably light rain In ho east and central portions Monday night turning to flurries Tuesday Somewhat colder Tuesday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Maximum Sunday Sfi Minimum In At 8 A M Monday 33 Jrccipitntion Off at nn Inch Snowfall Trace Figures for like period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday JO Minimum in Night 30 Precipitation IS of an Inch Snowfall fnch The seasons firat really measur able snow fell Saturday night and provided coasting for a brief time Sunday morning before the temper ature iose above the melting ;