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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 16, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                E fl y f V OF I i f 1 North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home SfEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALT NORTH TOYiANS NEIGHBORS ME EDITION VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 16 1933 TH7B PAPEK CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONK NO 33 Huey Not to Be Present Will Stay at Home for New Orleans Elections GALL WOMENS RELIEF MEETING By HERBERT PUMMEJl WASHINGTON Nov 16 5 Reports drifting up from Louisiana to the capital have it that Huey Long from all in dications will be absent on the first and severa succeeding r ol 1 calls when the senate is conven ed early in Janu ary The Kingfish is having elec tion troubles again The city elec tions of New Or leans are to be held in January after congress convenes One of Hueys arch ene mies in Louisiana politics Francis Williams is opposing his candidate Bill Would Abolish State Highway Commission tor mayor The fiery Williams has lashed out at Long with charges of disloy alty because of the outspoken opposition Kingfishs to certain phases of the Roosevelt program It will be the first big test for Long and his political machine at the polls since the senate began its investigation of the situation in Louisiana No Santa Glaus Officials of the Home Owners Loan corporation have answers of their own to those critics who cen sure the organization for its slow ness in spending the money at its disposal i They claim their most serious handicap comes from the fact that thousands of applications for loans are made by people who have no real claim Others will not give ac curate statements of the facts af fecting their mortgages There are many too they say vrtio seem to think that Uncle Sam is agenerous Santa Glaus who will notonly take over their mortgages MORATORIUM ON FORECLOSURES T01935 SOUGHT House Recesses to Let Committees Get to Work DES MOINES Nov 10 automatic moratorium on realty mortgage foreclosures until March 1 1935 and abolition of the state highway commission and state cus todian were among the important new proposals laid before the spe cial session of the general assembly SINCLAIR DISCLOSES OIL PROFITS pay i thete interest taxes but likewise rebuild thehouse Asone high official of the corporation puts institution should rot be exploited by the graftevs and chiselers who seem to believe that they should be enabled to occupy their living quarters practically free of expense over a period of years nnd then leave the property in the hands of the government Department Grows The new deal has meant just what the phrase Implies for that heretofore peaceful arm of the fed eral department the interior The giant public works program being administered by Secretary today The two proposals were among the six new bills received by the house in a half hour session during the morning They brought the total bills introduced in both houses so far to 136 While the house recessed to allow committee work and to permit mem bers to get down to actual consid eration of bills the senate passed one measure received one new bill and discussed a proposal to make the emergency banking bills a spe cial order for tomorrow Objects to Kequesr Senator George Wilson of Polk objected to the request for special order consideration on the banking bills and it was decided to leave them on the calendar bringing them up for consideration tomorrow Wil son said the legislators and people of the state were entitled to more time to study such far reaching pro posals The bill passed by the senate was the Johnson measure to permit Ce dar Rapids to levy a VI mill tax and to issue anticipatory bonds it need ed for construction of a police sta tion or jail The realty moratorium bill was sponsored by Representatives Mc Klnnon Schuster Alesch and Zyl stra It provides that the defendant in any realty mortgage foreclosure does not need to answer until March 1 1935 Continue Possession It gives the owner the right to continue in the possession of the SINCLAIR FLKTCKEU Ickes literally is de partment out of tl5 4C000 or so square feet of its home and expan sion of activities may bring new quarters Ickes has his eye on a new build ing in the triangle development on Pennsylvania avenue originally In tended for another government de partment To make way for the mushrooming organization neces sary to oversea the allocation and FITZPATBICK Testimony tliat William S Fitzpotrjek 1n8etprmer president of the Frairlo Oil what was described as Santa Claua share of of the profits of a stock pool of Consolidated Oil n rival concern in 1929 has been presented to the sen ate banking committee by Harry F Sinclair head of Consolidated Sinclair sliown left us he was sworn In to testify by Senator Diincnn IJ Fletcher of Florida right told the committee he did not know vny Fitzpatrlck wns cut Into the pools earnings testified it was arranged by the Rockefellers hut n Rockefeller spokesman denied it SENATOR HAS TO USE WINDOW TO GET TO HEARING Hundreds Mass in Front of Building at Probe of Election NEW ORLEANS Nov 16 enator Tom Connally D hairman of the senate committee nvestigating the election of Sena 6r John H Overton was forced to limb a fire escape and enter an up lairs window in order to reach the ommittee room in the Scottish Rite athedral today as hundreds of per ons massed in front of the build ng seeking entrance to the hearing As Senator Connally climbed hrough the window he found him self in a ladies wash room but committee attaches quickly steered lim through the building into the hearing chamber With the crowd in front of the 7Uilding preventing any entrance nto the cathedral through the front doors other officials and newsmen were forced to follow Conmillys ead up the fire escape and through the window in order to get in Among those scaling tlie ladders was Mrs Hilda Phelps Hammond chairman the womens committee of Louisiana which is seeking the ouster of both Senator Overton and Senator Huey P Long from th senate t After a conference Inside the build i tiff commit teem en decided to admit only sufficient spectators to fill the scats In the hearing room Hundreds were left outside the doors Eleven year old Dorothy Tuy lor above returned to first grade school work In Oklahoma City after getting a divorce from T 3 Holsel 07 who mar ried her in n daughter swap with J T Tuylor Associatwl Ircss Domestic Gold Unchanged as Dollar Declines Again waste The measure distribution of the public works fund many of the agencies have been moved out of the building Wright Schoolmasters Hold Belmond Session BELMOND Nov Wright county schoolmasters club met In its regular monthly session at the local school auditorium last even ing Adinner was served by Misa Rcgina McGough home economics instructor and the class Hosts throughout the Informal program were the teachers of the school Messrs Engelbrecht Balderson Gu lette and Johnson property until that time but if the plaintiff can show undue waste the court may order the defendant to answer at any time upon proof of further provides that on appeal of either the mort gagee or mortgagor the court shall direct that each may select one person and the two a third to form a committee for the allocation of in comes as applied to taxes mainten ance and upkeep The priority of liens would not be effected The function of the state highway commission and the state custodian would be consolidated In to a state department of public works under a bill sponsored by Weai Representatives Jensen McKinnou Yager and Well Below World Quotations WASHINGTON Nov 16 The administration again held the domestic price of newly mined gold well below world quotations today and watched for the effects of a further dollar decline The gold price here was an nounced as 53356 unchanged from yesterday and the day before Meanwhile gold at London had a dollar value of 53514 based on the opening exchange rate of Declines which took the dollar to 5550 carried the foreign gold price still higher until the dollar rallied to only to relapse again to OE6T SOLUTION Mutual Understandings on All Other Difficulties Are Reached Submarine Depot Ship Launched as Japan Builds Navy TOK1O Nov 16 on ward swing toward increased power at sea was signalized today by the launching of a new submarine depot ship and an order placing in re serve the Mutsu her most formida ble battleship Soon it was understood the Mutsu is to be modernized exten sively and the newest in fighting equipment added to her present strength More than 100000 persons ver nacular newspapers reported turned out at base of the sea a spectacular festival at the launching of Gaigci meaning big whale WASHINGTON Nov 1G A Take Over Activities The department would take over all the activities of these two de partments and in addition would nave supervisory powers on all im provements proposed by other bu reaus departments or commissions involving expenditure of 52000 or more There would be created a board of three members appointed by the governor for six year terms at sal aries of a year The bill fol lows closely the one introduced by Representative Jensen last session Turn to FDRC 2 Column 6 Crusaders to Vote on Iowa Liquor Plan DAVENPORT Nov 16 G Watson French announced session in Des Moines Sunday when Iowa members of the Crusaders are to adopt an pfficial policy regard ing the state method of liquor con trol the IOWA WEATHER Increasing cloudiness and irarmcr Thursday night and Kriday Iosslbly some snow in tho northwest portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 27 Minimum In Night Zero At 8 A M Thursday 4 Snowfall 10 of an Inch Precipitation Trace The downswing of the tempera ture in North Iowa continued Wed nesday night and in the early morn ing hours Thursday the seasons lowest was established Thursday morning the wind was out of the southwest ngain and there were prospects that ihc next few days would see a re turn to normal temperatures U S WILL BUY TEXAS CATTLE Surplus Relief Group to Pay Farmers Minimum of a Hundred WASHINGTON Nov 16 The federal surplus relief corpora tion decided today to purchase 5500 000 worth of cattle from ranges in Texas paying farmers a minimum of a hundredpounds Administrator Harry H Hopkins also let it be known that he plans to buy coal for distribution to the needy The amount to be purchased not been determined however nor a time set for the purchases to bc Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Nov two friendly gentle men are at it again Germany voted confidence in their man France hau no election billed but they got up In the middle of the night to vote confidence in theirs Germany wants to talk it over France says not without the league being present Germany says she will arm France says she shouldnt that they will keep the peace for her Now for once in our lives if we will just let those two old tomcats whose tails arc tied over the fence alone and try to cure the scratches from the last time we tried to untie cm Yours WILL ROGERS ttirwriehl 1033 rtcNunRlit Syndicate formula for handling the trouble some debt question today was re ported authoritatively as the major RussoAmerican Issue remaining for settlement by President Roose velt and Maxim LItvinoff Official quarters indicated that mutual understandings had been reached on virtually all other diffi culties named by Mr Roosevelt as responsible for the abnormal re lations between the two countries Hope for Solution Mr Roosevelt expected to receive another visit from M Litvinoff be fore nightfall As word of this meeting became known it was said at the white house there was fresh hope for a solution of the problems barring the way to recognition It was said at the executive man sion that the president was hopeful of concluding talks with the soviet envoy before Mr Roosevelt leaves for the south tomorrow night Loan to Kcrenslty Involved in the debt question waa a 5187000000 loan to the Kerensky i government which preceded the present soviet regime Approxi mately 560000000 of this sum was advanced to agents of Kercnsky after his overthrow by the bolshe vists Russia consistently has refused to recognize old debts in her deal Ings with other foreign nations President Roosevelt on his side can only receive representations since congress nlone has the power to adjust foreign debts Baseball Leagues ReElect Bramham Broods Over Death of Wife Kills Self RAPID CITY S Dak Nov 16 Fields over 80 years of age shot and killed himself at the grave of his wife in Mountain View cemetery here today Fields had been brooding for some time officers state His wife died here a number of years ago No Apology to Make Claims Nels Kraschel SaysHe7 jrjas Caus for Publishing Stories About Him DES MOINES Nov 16 Lieut Gov Nels Kraschel who this week resigned as secretary of the public works advisory board for Iowa in a statement today said he had no apology to make for my statements or service to the public and no living man possesses any bona fide evidence of wrongdoing on my part The lieutenant governor who yes terday filed notice of intention to demand retraction from the Des Moincs RegisterTribune of state ments alleged to concern him said today lie 1ms investigated the arti cles and the possible purpose un derlying their publication Have No Hesitancy I am convinced there arc politi cal figure1 in Iowa who would have no hesitancy in attempting to dis credit a conscientious public official if by so doing they could further their own political aspirations or entrench themselves more firmly in their own political positions Kraschel said I am not ready to charge that any newspaper has deliberately lent itself to this purpose he said adding that the criticisms against him however have not apparently been handled by anyone deeply in terested In affording him a fair deal US Gripped byColdNeiv Records Set Death List Mounts Storms Endanger Ships at Sea By THE ASSOCLVTED PRESS The cold wave from the far north country Thursday continued to hold much of the North American con tinent in its grip bringing with it slowly mounting death list while the storm tossed north Atlantic im periled shipping The weather man meanwhile held out little hope for relief Thurs day from the frigid blast which af fected the entire country east of the Rocky Mountains after record ing new lows for this time of the year in various parts of the mid west including 5 below at Bemidji Minn Parts of the east were also hard hit Count Six Dead Pennsylvania counted a total of x dead during the past two days ith a new storm sweeping the orthwestern section of the state Iready buried under a heavy snow all Two hunters died in Ohio from ver exertion and the frigid blasts rought suffering to island inhab tants in Lake Erie caught short of uel One death from exposure was re orted in St Paul Thousands o lomeleea sought shelter in Chicago which broke a 50 year record fo Nov 15 with 10 above zero yester day Fears that the death list wou be increased by the loss ot two coa MRS ROOSEVELT TOPRESIDEOVER SESSION NOV 20 85000 Given Work in October Men Taken Off Relief Rolls WASHINGTON Nov 1 An estimate from Secretary Per kins that nn additional 85000 per sons had found employment in Oc tober was issued simultaneously to day with the call of a while housr conference on relief for women to tie presided over by Mrs Roosevelt Harry L Hopkins emergency re lief and civil works administrator announced the white house parley as part of the administrations ef fort to put 4000000 men to wor by Dec IS Effort Under Way This effort was termed under way today by Hopkins He stated 100 000 had been transferred today from relief rolls to the civil works ministration in Texas with small transfers elsewhere Miss Perkins estimated that with le employment gains in October lore had been a simultaneous gain f 56000000 in weekly wages being aid over those of the month previ At a press conference she said hat since March more than 2800 00 workers in the industries imr cycd have returned to work Payrolls Increase Payrolls Increased early 000 in October over September she said and estimated that more than guardsmen in a picket boat on La Superior were dislpated when the were reported safe on Madelin island Coldest of Winter DES MOINES Nov 10 Iowas coldest weather of the winter was experienced last night when the mercury dropped to 2 degrees above zero at Charles City Mason City hnd an unofficial low of zero Reports to the weather bureau show that it was much colder in the eastern portion of the state than tha western Davenport reported a low of 6 and Dubuque a low of S At Council Bluffs it was 18 and at Sioux City 12 Nctv JLow at Clinton CLINTON Nov 16 low est November temperature since 1929 was recorded here last night when the reading was five above zero Ice is floating in the Missis sippi but the channel is not yet blocked TWO QUIZZED IN HART KIDNAPING Officers Believed to Be Near Climax in Supposed Abduction SAN JOSE Gal Nov 16 Umax in the supposed abduction of Brooke Hart 22 son of a wealthy San Jose merchant seemed to be approaching speedily today as au horitles shielding their activities n silence questioned two men who lad been arrested a few hours apart The first man arrested was George Owens who was found by officers in a garage at the rear o a hotel in which the second allegec suspect J M Holmes was taken into custody early today For hours the two men were ques tioned Handcuffed Owens then wo taken to a destination which of ficers declined to reveal Holme was booked at tha county jail GALVRSTON Tex Nov 16 OP National Association of Pro fessional Baseball Leagues today re elected W G Bramham of Durham N Car president Increased term from one to five years and raised his salary from 6000 to 58500 Injuries Cause Death AVOCA Nov 36 suffered when his car hit a frelgh train Tuesday night resulted In th death of John H Jackson 22 companion Joe Morrissey is scr ously injured Nnmcs Two Men He named as two men who I eel have guilty knowledge of the rigln of this attempt to besmirch ly record Harrison E Spangler f Cedar Rapids republican nation 1 committeemnn and Senator L J Dickinson My record of service to the pub ic of Iowa is clear and consciou it the fact there is nothing for m o do but launch a fight to the bit er end against any clement in poll tics republican or democratic which would stoop so low in th distressed period through which w are now passing as to attempt to lampern public official in an im portant public work by raising such political obstacles as I have des ABANDON HUNT FOR SHIP GREW Three Rescue Vessels Quit 27 Men Thought Lost in Lifeboats VALENTIA Irish Free State Mov 16 S S Manchester Regiment abandoned her 24 hour search for the stricken freighter yiKe ployirieht butare for Industries normally employing 20000000 of the 49000000 of gainful workers in the country Hopkins said that at the white house conference on Nov 20 Mrs Roosevelt will give especial atten tion to the question of aid for single women 4 MiJHon Jobs The object of the civil works pro gram is to provide 4000000 in the four months the general public works program talcing up the slack then The federal government will re tain money calculated to provide 1000000000 jobs on federal pro jects The balance will be allotted to states on the basis of a quota of the number to be put to work in each state These quotas already tentatively fixed were computed 75 per cent on population and 25 per cent on the number of families on relief rolls To He Transferred Men now working n few a week on relief jobs financed by local funrts nr jointly with the gov ernment are to tie transferred be ginning today to full time employ ment the additional expense being met jointly where possible Money allocations for approved projects such as street or highway construction sanitation or health projects are to be disbursed by fed eral officers in each state without Washington approval of each pro ject necessary Wages are to equal minlmuma fixed hy the 53300000000 public works administration In explaining this plan to 500 gov ernors mayors public officials ami the the Forces Aligned The forces aligned against me have had henchmen traveling over the state for weeks in a frantic ef fort to obtain any kind of a signal statement reflecting upon my integ rity and that of other persons in public life They have promoted a misinter pretation of my official on the part of a Washington official They have drawn fantastic and malicious conclusions of alleged investigations developing irregularities in my ser vice It Is purely a political scheme to discredit one of many who oh struct their return to power in Towa politics Saxilby today shortly after great liner Berengaria and Dutch steamer Boschdyk were forced to quit their rescue efforts Abandonment of the quest by the Manchester Regiment was an nounced in a wireless message In which the ship reported she had sighted no wreckage and was afraid it was absolutely impossible for lifeboats to survive such weather as she was encountering With the Manchester Regiments withdrawal from tho scene hope was generally abandoned for the little cargo ship Saxilby and her human freight of 27 souls No Trace of Ship The rescue ships which had battled a storm torn Atlantic since yesterday morning in response to an SOS announced by wireless they had found no trace of the appar ently doomed ship or her crew and were forced to give up Lheir efforts which aban shlp in the of a storm was feared lost in its tiny life One Left The only nope that the men might still be alive was based on the storm which may have killed them the high wind may have driven the lifeboats and their par ent ship far from the spot from fTnra to Paxc 2 Column Tnm to 2 CoTnmn The Saxilby crew doned Itfl helpless mountainous waves boats SOVIET 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