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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 10, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                swo MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE NOVEMBER 10 CHAMP TO HUSK t OWN CORN NOW Nebraska Winner of U S Title Asserts Youve j Got to Be Good WEST POINT Nebr Nov 10 V tucking the national corn husking championship under his belt Sherman Henriksen today re turned to his farm 11 miles from Lincoln to shuck corn on 70 acres of his land Proud of hi a victory yesterday in the tenthannual contest at the Ben StaJp farm near here Henrlksen told friends Youve got to be a good husker to support a wife and five children on 320 acres of rented land nowadays The 38 year old farmer shucked 2762 bushels of corn in 80 minutes to be the first Nebraskan to win the national title and the 5100 first award Champion buskers from nine cornbelt states competed Brown Comes Second A neighbor of Stalps Harry Brown won second honors with 2527 bushels Third place went to Ernest Rehn of Putnam county HI with 2526 bushels and fourth to Lawrence Pitzer of Fountains county Ind with 2517 bushels Fifth waa won by Ted Balko of Redwood Falls Minn Approximately 45000 farmers saw the allAmerican event Henriksen worked under a handi cap to win the title as his corn waa tramped worse by the crowd than that of any other contestant forc ing him to pick a larger percentage of ears off the ground He also drew bad stretch of stalks where the corn was thin making him cover more ground Standing of Others Standing of the other comhusk irs and their marks follow Walter Johansen Audubon coun ty Iowa 2492 bushels William FJose Henry county HI 24806 mshels Lawrence House Goodland Kans 2458 bushels Albert Isaak Parkston S Dak 2371 bushels Ulchard Anderson Brandon county Iowa 2341 bushels Charles Bockes Grundy county Iowa 2328 bushels Ellsworth Kapp Clarksdale Mo 2306 bush els Ray Hanson Blngham Lake Minn 226 bushels Cecil Vintng Baldwin Kana 2229 bushels Lay ton Roberts Mendon Mo 2088 bushels William Anderson Ross county Ohio 1997 bushels Albert Hensler Howard county Ind 1969 bushels and Everett Ford Defiance county Ohio 1437 bushels PRICE OF GOLD LIFTED 5 GENTS New RFC Figure Is 6 Cents Less Than Quotation at London Applications for P M Jobs at Several North Iowa to Close Nov 28 WASHINGTON Nov 10 Tbe civil service commission has set Nov 28 as the deadline for post mastership applications for the fol lowing Iowa towns Armstrong annual salary Hurt 51700 Grand River Keswick Ledyard WASHINGTON Nov 10 price of an ounce for RFC purchases of newly mined gold was set today an Increase of five cents over yesterday and a new high The figure was six cents less than the London price of gold converted into dollars at the opening exchange rate of Previously the domestic price has been held at a point above the world figure The weakening dollar however carried the London price above the domestic price for the first time late yesterday IN DAYS NEWS Lehigh 1300 Lucas Melrose Redfield 51700 Melcher Paton Renwick 51900 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neer optional while Representative Durant of Hancock had a measure which would make a refund of 1 to the persons paying the 4 poll tax for 1933 3 Measures Presented Three measures were introduced by Representative Johnson of Linn One would give the county board of supervisors power to remit taxes on the loss of capital of a bank operated within the state The sec ond would give the court right in civil cases to render decisions ad verse from a jury verdict if either party in the action had requested a directed verdict and the third would Ie0alize the practice of nap rathy by Banner Howard Harry W Harmer and Ruth Kelly Tenow The house adjourned until 10 a m Monday at which time the speak er expects to announce his stand ing committees It is indicated there will be few changes Two new com mittees will be named one on liquor control and one on tax revision Representative Cunningham of Polk said he had in preparation a bill imposing a 1 per cent gross sales tax BLASTS DAMAGE 2 RAIL BRIDGES Traffic Not Delayed as Only FOREIGN NATIONS DEFIED BY HITLER Noel Panter British journal ist was arrested and held In a Munich jail for 10 days before being ordered to leave Germany within 48 hours Associated Press Continued From 1 Eliminates alt winter lubricating hazards and Insures instant utart ing in coldest on genuine vi MISSOURI VALLEY Nov 10 railway on theIllinois Central and one on the Chicago and slightly damaged by dynamite blasts early today The bridges parallel to each other are located tliree miles south of Woodbine and eight miles east of Logan Harrison county seat The blasts were set off at the south end of each bridge They knocked out a few railway ties but traffic was not delayed Charles Savory track walker for the Illinois Central heard the blasts about a m ran to the bridges but failed to find anyone He discovered two fuses however one eight inches and the other 10 inches long Railway officials attributed the attempt to wreck the bridge to arm strikers Harrison county near Council Bluffs Is considered the best organized Iowa unit of the National Farmers Holiday associa tion JOHNSON FAILS TO FIND CRITICS Asserts Middlewest Can B Counted on to Play the Game KANSAS CITY Nov 10 When Gen Hugh S Johnson headed into the midwest from Washington he regarded his mission grimly as one to do battle with critics of the NRA which he administers Today as he prepared for a night address at Tulsa Okla he harbored the feeling of being a wildly acclaimed ambassador of the president seek ing for critics he said he could not find Assuring he had failed to encoun ter the expected opposition in visits to very socalled disaffected center except Sioux Falls Johnson termed his trip unnecessary and wrong I know something about the great middlewest he told an audi ence In convention all last night I saw it respond to a war which generally speaking it did not be lieve in I know that whenever there is a great national principle to be conserved regardless of personal interest it can be counted upon to play the game The administration in its farm policy insisted that increased buy combination alone could save Ger many Thunderous Applause Amid thunderous applause he continued it was not the intellec tuals upon whom I depended but upon the two classes I knew best the workers and the farmers A proud nation of 63 millions had leld its breath figuratively speak ing for one minute as factory sirens throughout the reich Bounded the signal for a 60 second halting of all traffic occupation and recreation to focus complete attention upon the Versailles treaty and Germanys de mand for equality with other na tions 10 minutes before Hitler started to speak The chancellors voice could be heard on every street corner from countless open windows of enthusiastic nazi possessing loud speakers while in every factory shop school or office the employes or pupils clustered about radio re ceiving sets Talks to Workers Hitler speaking in the spacious electric dynamo plant of the Siem ens works in suburban Berlin ad dressed himself to workers of hand and brain as he closed his speech making campaign for Sundays elec tion Previously church bells had pealed in commemoration of Martin Luthers 450th birthday anniversary On the eve of the scheduled ad dress socialists from vantage points across the Czechoslovakia frontier put down a barrage of hundreds of thousands of pamphlets bitingly sarcastic urging the nation to vote against both Sundays plebiscite on German foreign policy and naz candidates for the reichstag Lila Shepherd Fined on Charge of Illegal Possession afternoon The fine was reduced to 100 arid the sentence suspended uring good behavior and the de endant was ordered to pay osts She waa represented by J rank Hayes while County Attor ey M L Mason appeared for the tatc ing power to the farmer bring trenefita original the of yerar oil and Sllttt Insist on Complete Buy Shift Motor Transmission Free Wheeling Differential Steering Gear on motor gTAABM U1C6 OJltl fretio acts on water In radiator motor start ears shift freo wheeling free and car ateer as eas ily at zero as In hottest summer breakIn labrl civnt for new and reoondj tioned use more frozen crank cage turnedout tnlfting oi temper HoneyBack anaranUe to fflve 5lete your ealfr will refund your money from ocld3 chemicals or any substance Injurious to any part of your car necessary to change oil congealing or freezing when added to rcffu lar oil 3 and greases It IM not even aaeeBBury to oil or oil and graaso la always AID EASY SHUT WHY bo bothered with hardshift ing gears Why take a chance of burnedout bearings through a frozen oil pump Why wear out storage batteries trying to BtArt a motor witli a thlcK oil draB Juat add EASY SHIFT to thickest stlffest kind of oil and ffrease Immediately cornea liquid and flowing Sea your loco dealer Avaraffe Complete service Per pint gallon 8350 SMft Itlg Co 1317 W locust Dei Moists Iowa Easy Shift is Sold and Serviced by JOE DANIELS MASTER SERVICE STATION Dont Cuss Fone TJs 688 Corner First Street S W and Washington Avenue GOODYEAR WAREHOUSE Dont Cuss I i QC Corner 2nd St N E Del Fonc Us of New Postoffloe RUDD MAN HELD AFTER ACCIDENT Mrs Kielty Rockford Is Injured When Autos Crash Headon ROCKFORD Nov ORourhe farmer livingnear Rudd waa today in jail at Charles City following his arrest last night after an accident in which a woman waa injured Officers stated ORourke was intoxicated Mr and Mrs V N Kielty were driving on the road west of town when they met a car driven by ORourke They stated ORourkes car was driven across the road in front of them and when they went the other side ORourke drove there also A collision resulted and Mrs Ktelty suffered severe bruises to her forehead both knees and right side She was taken to a local physician3 office for treatment PLANS TO PRESENT GROSS INCOME TAX From Faftt 1 fifths from receipts from the gross income tax and other fees or taxes In a similar way the per cent of levy on gross incomes for all local purposes in order to raise fourfifths of the direct levy on property would be determined by the various taxing units under the direction of the county auditor School Fund Included The permanent part of the bill al so would create a public school fund empowering the state to levy oi the gross income to raise a fun sufficient to maintain the publl school systems to be prorated to each school district on a teacher pupil basis This method of handling scnoo financing was adopted proponent of the plan said to insure the op oration of all rural schools and t avoid any Inequalities which migh arise in the financing of the publi school system because of the Chang In the method of taxation Enforcement of the act would b vested in the state board of assess ment and review Taxpayers wh would be liable to payment of gross income tax would be require to register with the county trea surer Lila Shepherd was fined 5300 and entenced to three months In the ounty jail for illegal possession of ntoxlcatins liquor by Judge M F 8cer le at dwards in district court Thursday s ler hm ft nn a An tnCT r WISCONSIN WILL VOTE ON STRIKE Holiday Leaders to Submit Question to Their Followers MADISON Nov 10 consin farm strike leaders facing vigorous opposition from authori ties and antistrike leagues will submit to their followers Monday night the question of whether the strike shall be continued in this state With strike activity apparently subsiding on all fronts in the mid west Arnold Gilberts president of the Wisconsin unit of the Farmers Holiday association and Walter M Stagier president of the Wis consin milk pool decided last night to ask their organizations for vote of confidence At meetings in all county court houses of the state called for Mon day night at 8 oclock farmers will tie asked to vote whether the strike shall continue and to pledge sup port of recall proceedings against public officials who have opposed the strike Notify County Leaders Gilberts and Singler notified county leaders of their organiza tion that they would recommend the calling off of the strike if the majority of farmers in coopera tion with labor would pledge them selves to sign the recall petitions Stagier later in the evening en gaged in a flat fight with a man who arose at a meeting of about 2500 members of the Waukesha County Milk pool at Muskego Beach near Milwaukee and ac cused the milk pool leader of sell ing out to Wall street Do you believe that Singler shouted leaping off the speakers platform to confront the man who gave his name only as Fischer anc said he represented the Unitec Farmers league Farmers Interfere fight again if he was accused of idling out Chorus of Ayes When Singler asked the farmers whether they wanted the strike con inued to a showdown he received an almost unanimous chorus of ayes in response Singler returned o hLs home at Appleton after the meeting He said he planned to go o Cedar Rapids Sunday to confer vith Milo Reno president of the Farmers Holiday assocla lon on the progress of the strike Forced to Delay His Takeoff CHICAGO Nov 10 aylng out his balloon and making reparations to reach the strat ispherc Lieut Com T G W Settle early today was forced to postpone iio i Fischer replied that he did and on the plat form shook him violently and was attempting to pull off Fischers spectacles when farmers standing nearby interfered William Rubin Milwaukee attor ney for the pool apologized to th crowd for Singlers action declaring that he was human and had a lo of red blood As he stood on the stagebreath ing hard Singler muttered he would LOANS ON CORN TO BE 45 CENTS WASHINGTON Nov 10 rotary Wallace announced last night hat corn loans will be made on the basis of 45 cents per bushel on farms and that of Reconstruc tion corporation funds will be avail able Losing His Job Does Not Worry OBrien NEW YORK Nov 10 John P OBrien will be out of a Job on Jan 1 but he isnt exactly wor rying about the future His 32 years of service with the city entitles him to a yearly pension of Armistice Supper Planned CRYSTAL LAKE Nov American Legion and their families and the auxiliary and their families have planned an armistice supper which will be served Saturday in the auxiliary hall FARMERS WILL HEAR WALLACE Final Arrangements Made for Arrival in Des Moines DES MOINES Nov 10 retary of Agriculture Henry Wal lace is to arrive in Des Moines to night on a midwestern trip to ex plain the cornhog production con trol plan As commit ees here worked over final arrangements for the aecre tarys address at the Coliseum to morrow night Indications pointed to a large attendance of farmers from allsections of the state Invitations have been extended to prominent state officials legislators and agriculturalists tooccupy places on the speakers stand with the sec retary Nash Plant Closes After Wage Fight 3000 Out of Work KBNOSHA Wis Nov 0 Tho Nash Motor company plant was closed late yesterday after a dis agreement on wages between the management and workers of the de partment About 3000 men tempor arily are out of jobs because of a closing order Issued by C W Nash chairman of the board of directors Equal in quality and flavor to any chocolates ever sold up to the pound Your first box will convince you Our personal guarantee behind every package MBAPHARMACY Q LYMAN HARRIS Prop Bast State and Delaware IB in the WHITE box under our own name Look for llie Hartzell Trial on Charges of Fraud Delayed to Monday SIOUX CITY Nov 10 of Oscar M Hartzell on mall fraud charges growing out of collection of funds to prosecute his claims to the Sir Francis Drake estate was ielayed again today by illness of fcis attorney Federal Judge George C Scott ordered adjournment until Monday morning to permit Carlos Goltz chief defense attorney to recover from an attack of quinsy Judge Scott Instructed Paul M Young Goltz associate in the case to be prepared to carry on the de fense Monday cither alone or with another attorney if Goltz la unable 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