Mason City Globe Gazette, November 15, 1933

Mason City Globe Gazette

November 15, 1933

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 15, 1933, Mason City, Iowa r TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE NOVEMBER 15 1933 STICK TO PLAN SAYS WALLACE Secretary oi Agriculture in Final Address on Tour of Midwest MUNCIE Ind Nov 15 Secretary Wallace believes the United States should adopt a pol icy of reduced tariffs curbed pro duction or a compromise between the two and stick to It for 10 to 15 even though certain people are hurt Winding up his swing through the midwest in behalf of the ad ministrations program with an ad dress here last night Wallace said ajustments and a planned course will be necessary regardless of the policy and visualized n standard of living two or three times that which we had in 1929 as a possi bility Members of the Eastern Indiana Livestock Breeders association listened to the secretary in silence but prolonged applause greeted the conclusion of his speech Cannot Be Disturbed If we follow the international program Secretary Wallace said we absolutely must receive great quantities of goods from abroad and must not be disturbed by the clamor of people who are hurt thereby If we follow the national program we must resolutely plan to keep 50000000 acres of land out of use no matter how loud may be the outcry of certain carrying handling processing and exporting interests If we decide to lower our tariff only part way and reduce our acre age only part way we must hav the courage to do sufficient of botl so that the job is done Three Paths Open Three paths are open the secre tary Interna tlonalism or a combination of th two And no matter which of the thre la chosen he continued the im portant thing once we have full debated and understood the issue from a long time point of view i that we follow out the policy steac fastly and firmly in all of its im plications even though certain peo pie are hurt Whichever the path he asserted there must be recognition of th premise that if the new deal mean anything it means the subordlna tlon of capital rights and propert rights to human rights It is exceedingly important tha businessmen never again take as large a percentage of the natlona Income for profits as they did i 1929 he warned When the tola capital of the country receives mor than rather modest return it inter feres with the circuit flow of pros perity PLUNDERED GOLD BASIS FOR HOPE Continued From Fajfa 1 at the rate of with which h prosecuted his claims Busy In America Postal Inspectors were busy i America scrutinizing the enterprist Scotland Yard investigated Final Hartzell was deported from Eng land last January and was arreste on the Sioyx City indictment when IN DAYS NEWS Edward N Hurley wartime shipping board member died following n brief illness he sent foot on American soil a New York Back to Sioux City he came to find many still believing his sincer Ity in the enterprise They gather ed together 68000 for a defense fund to finance the cost of his trial Of this 550000 was placed In the keeping of Theodore Hlnz o Chicago who died last August The present whereabouts of the fun was not revealed In the testimony Parade of witnesses was as variet as the evidence Prof Arthur Lyoo Cross of the University of Michigan related thrilling tales of Drakes sea raids Charles Challen British bar rister discoursed on the laws of his country American farmers labor ers businessmen and professlona men told of having contributed to the fund or of having aided in its collection Mr X Appears For days about the courtroom X added a mystery He was called to the stand finally and Iden lfied himself as Thomas Barnard private detective He told of having shadowed Hartzell for two months and of having inane his ac quaintance Hartzell told himBar nard said he waa operating a acket based on an old legend Thus it comes that more than 00 years after Sir Francis Drake nded his bloody career by dying of ysentey off Porto Bello in a final rip to the Wgh seas It became the uty of an American jury to pass fficially on whether he married hree times or twice and whether ever had a son that lived and led without ever having entered in o record history HOUSETOBJSH BILtS THROUGH Continued From Page 1 cans of 300 from 3 per cent to per cent a month Would Reduce Rate A bill by Senator Hill of Floyd vould reduce the interest rate from 4 to 1 per cent a month Meanwhile the senate In a work aday morning session received 10 new bills and a joint resolution and passed one measure fixing the compensation or Its employes A joint meeting of the liquor control committees which was scheduled for today was deferred until tomorrow The committees plan a public hearing next Tuesday ind a meeting with the governors iquor control commission a week from today Among the bills introduced in the upper branch was another small oan measure It was sponsored by Senator Lafe Hill of Floyd county and would reduce the maximum in terest rate on loans of up to 5300 from 3 to per cent Residents of Iowa A bill introduced by Senator Chris Reese of Marshalltown would require that employes of all tax sup ported state institutions be citizens of the United States and resident of Iowa for not less than a year prior to employment Bonds of 520000 would be re quired of county treasurers under the provisions of a bill introduced by Senator Tripp Senator Joe Frailey was one of the sponsors 01 the old age pension bill in the sen ate reintroducing the measur which he sponsored at several pre vious sessions A bill was introduced in the sen ate by Calhoun and in the house by Johnson and Mercer to change the method of computing of an injurec employes average weekly earnings under the workmans compensation law Irwln in Chair Senator H L Irwin of Clinton as president pro tern presided over the senate session for the first time In the absence of Lieut Gov Nels Kraschel The house defeated an attempt to increase the salaries of 118 com mittee clerks from 360 to a day and the engrossing and read ing clerks from 630 to a day The resolution carrying these In creases passed the senate and wil now have to go back to that body for concurrence In the changes The battle against the increase was lead by Representative Bon stctter of Hancock county who of fered an amendment making the salaries the same as in the regular session He received support from Representatives Koch of Bremet and Speidel of Washington who de clared it was a matter of principle and that If these increases were granted similar ones should pre vail all down the line Cost of Living The champion of the affected em ployes Representative Gallagher of Iowa pointed out the cost of living was going up and that the tion of the slight increases would not mean the salvation of Iowa As a result of the house action there will be an afternoon session because tomorrow is payday and it is desired to have checks for the employes Speaker Miller announced the fol lowing membership on the commit tee on emergency legislation Mit chell chairman Crouch Wlnnebago Dole McKinnon Cun ningham Stewart 11 alone Casey and Keller A bill by Representative Beswick of Adams county would prevent de linquency on the second install ment of the 1933 taxes until Dec 31 next The interest rate on schoo loans from the state permanent school fund would be cut from 5 to per cent under a bill by Repre sentative Hansen of Lyon Ordinary County Revenue The maximum tax levy for ordi nary county revenue would be re duced from 6 to 5 mills under a bill by Representative Osborn of De catur The measure also would re duce the poll tax from 1 to 50 cents for such purposes A second poll tax reduction bill was introduced by Representative Durant of Hancock and Foster of Cedar making the road poll tax instead of A bill by Representative Smith of Cherokee would make permanent the temporary transfer of from the maintenance fund of Cherokee county to the poor fund A bill to eliminate deficiency judgments was introduced by Look Ingbill of Story and Rice of Keokuk HARTZELL FOUND GUILTY OF FRAUD Continued From Page 1 refused to pose for a cameraman as the proceedings ended Neither Hartzell nor his attorneys were in the courtroom when the Jury Informed the bailiff it had reached a verdict Summoned to the court Hartzell stood pale but quiet while Lee Mc Neely federal court clerk read the verdict finding him guilty Makes Statement Goltz asked for permission to make a brief statement before pro nouncement of sentence Scott re plied that he had listened to the rlal for weeks and doubted If the defense attorney had anything of material value to add I merely wished to inform the court your honor that the defend ant is 57 years old and la suffering kidney trouble Goltz said sitting down Hartzell also sat down and was mmedlately told to remain on his eet Looking about with a dazed ixpresslon he drew himself to his eet and listened while Judge Scott ronounced the sentence OPFER BILL FOR FARM EMBARGO House Gets Act to Empower Governor to Call Out State Troqps DES MOINES Nov 15 bill empowering the governor to declare an embargo on the ship ment of farm products outside the state and authorizing its enforce ment through the national guard if necessary was introduced in the house today by Representatives Alesch of Plymouth and Foster of Cedar On several occasions the gover nor has declined to order such an embargo contending first that lie is without legislative authority to do so second that he believes it would not be effective and third that he thinks it probably would conflict with federal regulation of inter state commerce Govenor Longer of North Dakota called his embargo on wheat ship ments under an act passed by the North Dakota legislature last spring A second farm aid bill also was introduced by Representative Look ingblll of Story It would outlaw deficiency judgments a subject much debated in the regular session of several months ago Young Vanderbilt Is Fatal Crash Victim RIDGELAND S Car Nov 15 K Vanderbilt third 27 wag killed and two other per sons were injured today when Van derbilt enroute from Miami to York attempted to pass an orange truck on a curve and turned his car over Ships Steam Out to Help Freighter Crew VALENTIA Ireland Nov 15 steamed today from all di rections to assist thelittle British freighter Saxllby whose crew of 27 men had taken to lifeboats after waging a losing battle against a storm 300 miles off the Irish coast RADIO TUBES TESTED FREE AT OUR STORE GRUNOW SUPER SERVICE The first real advance in elec tric refrigeration lor the borne VANCE MUSIC CO EVERVTHING IN MUSIC 124 North Federal Phone 798 NAMES THREE IN HAMM KIDNAPING Printer Who Saw Snatch Points Out Members of Touhy Gang ST PAUL Nov 15 C Bowick St Paul printer today positively identified three Chicago men charged with the kidnaping of William Hamm Jr millionaire St Paul Brewer Bowick a government witness in the federal court trial pointed out Willie Sharkey as the driver of the car in which Hamm was spirited away to an unlocated hideout where lie was held almost four daya for 100000 ransom Points to Schaefer Then he pointed to Gustav Schaef er as another man in the car and then switched his finger to Eddie Father McFadden the man who aat on Hamina left in the au tomobile Joseph B Keenan special govern ment prosecutor asked Bowick if he saw any men in the courtroom who were in the automobile when Hamm was picked up Sees Three Men Yes Bowick replied I see three men here who were In the car Bowick stepped down and Identi fied three of the four who also in clude Roger Touhy Bowick was in the office of the Theodore Hamm Brewing company at noon June 15 when Hamm was picked up and spied the snatch he said while walking back toward the brewery proper shortly after buying a pack age of cigarets at a nearby store ICKESEXPLAINS RELIEF PROGRAM Says Civil Works Fund Will Give Jobs Until Main Projects Begin WASHINGTON Nov 15 Secretary Ickes today character ized the new 400000000 civil works fund as a means for holding back the line of unemployment this winter until major projects un der the 53000000000 punils works administration can get fully under way Addressing the governors of 20 states the mayors of 150 cities and more than 200 other officials gathered as a relief convention he told of plans aimed to hire 4000000 men until Feb 1 through allotments under the 5400000000 fund Harry L Hopkins the civil works administrator previously had urged that relief funds be used to pay actual wages for work done in addi tion to this sum Officials crowded In one of the main dining rooms of the Hotel Mayflower applauded both Ickes and Hopkins They will meet with President Roosevelt at the white house during the late afternoon Hear Testimony in Senates Probe of Overtoils Election NEW ORLEANS Nov 15 A senate investigating committee prepared to hear more testimony to day concerning the election of John H Overton as United States sena tor from Loulsana The committee in an uproarious session yesterday heard Francis Williams New Orleans political leader charge Overton and his col league Senator Huey P Long with being unfit to sit in the senate The he ring was punctuated with hoots and yells from spectators and threats of contempt charges by members of the committee Floding Vice Head of Nash Finch Firm Cedar Rapids Dies CEDAR RAPIDS Nov 15 Clarence C Ploding 41 vice presi dent of the Nash Finch company a commission house died late Tues day in the consulting room of a lo cal physicians office when he suf fered a cerebral hemorrhage Mr FloSing at one time was resident manager of the Fruit Dispatch company in Atlanta Ga and later was with the Blackhawk Fruit com pany at Waterloo Theres another side to the pic ture as side CHRISTMAS CLUB TO PAY MEMBERS 350 Million Dollars to Be Distributed to Eight Million Persons NEW YORK Nov hundred and fifty million dollars will be distributed to about eight million members of the Chistmas cJub by approximately six thousand banking institutions and organiza tions within the next two weeks according to an estimate given out Tuesday by Herbert F Hawll found er and president of Christmas club a corporation The average amount received by each member amounts to This figure represents a slight In crease compared with a year ago considered from another angle if all the cash in circulation in the country were evenly divided among our total population of one hundred and twen tymillion people each person would have about 540 in the pocket cash while every member of the Christ mas club on the average has ac cumulated in nickels dimes and dollars during this year a sum of Estimated savings by states in cludes Minnesota Iowa 4 714000 Missouri 56850000 North Dakota 5310000 South Dakota Nebraska 491000 Kan sas total GAMttE When You Can Feel Safe by Shopping at Gildners for Mens arid Boys Cold Weather Togs Overcoats Mufflers Sheep Skin Coats Chamois Jackets Suede Cloth Blazers Wool Cossack Coats Cotton Sweaters Wool Sweaters Mackinaws Oshkosh Lined Coats Snow Suits Cooper Union Suits Munsingwear 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