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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 27, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home VOL XL NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWAKS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 27 1933 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OP TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE Censorship Cry Raised Morffenthaus First Act Cause of Protest i in 1 By HERBERT PLtJMMER S H I ii G T O N Nov 27 Henry Morgen thau Jr acting secretary of th treasury not in corporated h i s new publioitj rule in Treas ury Order No 1 perhaps th cry of ceusorshi raised ngains him by Washing ton newspaper men would no be as loud as it is Some think that It was th fact that his firs plficial order swept aside a system in vogue at the treasury for years which prompted them to reques the president to intervene Then came indications that the order would not be as rigidly applied as first indicated Recent changes in the treasury may have had a lot to do with the correspondents attitude Persistenl rumors that some of the president1 advisers were out of step with his gold policy had been current for some time Secretary Woodin denied vigor ously that he was unsympathetic before departing on a leave of ab sence His denial however did not dispel the rumors completely Others Use the Plan Morgenthaus plan of centraliz iug treasury information is not en tirely new It already is practiced in varying degrees in many of the government departments verydepartment except the v ria their publlotty departlrientsA L information for exam ple is distributed largely through a central agency presided over by an experienced newspaperman Secre tary Ickes requires all information concerning the public works admin istration to be approved by him before released The department of justice for many years has watched closely in formation emanating from that source Itused to be that the attor ney generals authorization was necessary on everything Cummlngs eased up a bit when he came In to permit the dissemination of routine matters by subordinates Background Involved Of course the difficulty from the correspondents point of view was that the order as first Issued pre vented their gettingbackground and interpretative material except through official channels Many of the men regularly as signed to cover the treasury have been there for years They have be come acquainted personally with many of the officials and experts It is to them they go especially since the beginning1 of the present admin istration for background on such complex and little understood moves ns the presidents gold policy and the like LiNDERGHS FLY TO PORTO PRAIA In Cape Verde Islands After Flight From Northwest Africa Coast DAKAR Senegal Nov 27 Col and Mrs Charles A Lindbergh arrived at Porto Praia Cape Verde islands at 3 p m G M T 10 a m 13 S T today on their flight from Villa Cisneros on the northwest coast of Africa The distance was about 800 miles Sfit Wea IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy Monday night and Tuesday Colder Tuesday nnd late Monday night In the central and west portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Maximum Sunday 37 Minimum In Night 21 At 8 A M Monday 32 Figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday SI Minimum In Night 20 OS SECTION ONE 42 RESERVE BOARD HEAD TO SEE F R Governor Calls LOCAL FARMER GIVEN LOANUPONCORN A M Dougan First in Cerro Gordo County to Receive Money A M Dougan living three miles northwest of Mason City Monday received In cash as a loan on 4930 bushels of corn under the provision of the Commodity Credit corporation He was the first in Cerro Gordo county and amongthe first in the United States to receive funds un der the 45 cents a bushel loan offer made by the federal government The money was paid to Mr Dou gan at the Northwest Savings bank following the measurement of the criba and the filling out of the re quired blanks by the applicant and the corn loan committee Saturday Got 15 Cent Premium The loan placed in Mr Dougans hands immediately 45 cents a bush el on his corn 15 cents more than the existing market price Itnot only pays nie a premium of 15 cents a bushel but it makes it possible for me to get more should born in Cerro Gordo county was out of the state for a time and now re turned to operate his own farm The money will be used to pay up obligations he said Acted as Sealer Willie the appointment of sealers for this county has not been made and we are subject to the approval of the secretary of agriculture Charles Brady acted in that capa city in order to rushHhrough this first loan The corn loan committee which was in session in the office of Coun ty Agent Marion E Olson Saturday planned to attend the statewide meeting of warehousing officers at Des Moines Tuesday Sealers were scheduled to meet Wednesday for a school of instruction Will Attend Meeting DES MOINES Nov 27 Aaberg assistant state secretary of agriculture in charge of corn loans was advised today that a rep resentative of the federal depart ment of agriculture will attend the lorn loan meeting here tomorrow Alembers of the county ware louse committee and a representa ive of the commodity credit cor poration also will attend Bound to Grand Jury LOGAN Nov 27 A Rock 50 Dunlap justice of the eace was bound to the grand jury mder 5500 bonds on charges of lar ceny by embezzlement WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29 will be DOLLAR DAY IN MASON CITY An oldfashioned extra value day Its an opportunity to pur chase merchandise of nil kinds Including Christmas gifts nt worthwhile Havings VICTIMS OF KIDNAPINGS AT TOUHY TRIAL TWO CONFESSED HART KIDNAPER SLAYERSHANGED Senator in New Jersey Urges Federal Anti Lynching Law SACRAMENTO Nov 27 Gov James Rolph jr said todav the lynching in San Jose last night of Thomas Thurmond and John Holmes confessed kidnapers and slayers of Brooke Hart should re sult In fewer kidnapings throughout the country and that he would pardon anyone arrested for the lynchings That was a fine lesson to the whole nation Governor Rolph said There will be less kidnaping in the They made a good Job Repudiates Confession of Shooting Her Son s Wife Her Mouth CHICAGO Nov 27 Alice L Wynekoop through her attor ney today repudiated her confes sion that she shot her daughterin law after chloroform had made the girl senseless The words were put into my mouth by those policemen Attor ney Frank Tyrrell quoted the 62 year old woman after a 20 minute conference with her The son Earle was formally charged with helping to plot the murder of his wife Rheta and was locked up in the county jail to await hearingDec 4 Awake for Hours I asked her how she had come to make this ridiculous confession Tyrrell recounted She replied I dont know The words were put in my mouth by those policemen I was without sleep hour after hour while they ques tioned me I then asked her if it was true that she did not do any shooting and she replied No I didnt shoot anyone Tyrrell reiterated his declara tions that Dr Alice was not guilty hat police won the confession from ler by bringing her to thepoint of exhaustion where she would say anything Allow No Visitors The attorney announced no one except himself would be allowed to see Dr Wynekoop declaring her health did not permit visitors Attorney Tyrrella views about Dr Wynekoops health were shared y Dr Francis W McNamara chief jail physician after an examina tion of the elderly woman Dr Alice is very ill McNamara said and she must remain in bed or some time She ia close to ex mustion and this has hampered recovery from or has been one of the causes of a bad bronchial lough Dr Wynekoops blood pressure to day was at 250 Tyrrell said He said icr normal pressure Is about 162 4 Chicagoans Lose Clothes to Bandits While Snow Flies CHICAGO Nov 27 men seen running around different parts of Chicago with nothing1 to protect them from a snowstorm but their undewear werent doingit as a lark they explained individually to police Each had been held up by ban dita who turned them loose after stripping them down in the early hours of the sabbath One of the victims Harry Flynn said six men riding in an automo bile hailed him with the familiar Legion convention cry of Wheres Elmer Thenthey pulled him into the car robbed him of and his clothes Will Rogers SANTA MONICA Gal Nov when it looked like Al was going to have his gold ar gument go by default why up comes an old country boy from out of the wheat shocks of Ida ho and he takes up what I sup pose would be known aa the neg ative side of the dispute He says If your gold ia so hot how did we get in the shape we are In Well its going to require a little thought to answer that one The gentlemen I am about to intro duce you to needs no introduc tion its William E Borah and if a man searched the United States over he couldnt find a more worthy foe to enter in combat with Al I know you didnt mean to but you choosed a tough baby Tours WILL CopyriKhl 1833 JfeNanaht Syndicate WEDNESDAY TO BE DOLLAR DAY Shoppers of North Iowa to Have Chance to Get Bargains Dollar day on Wednesday of this week will afford North Iowa shop pers sterling opportunities to pur chase commodities of all sorts at special reduced prices Mason City merchants are cooperating to the fullest extent in this movement and buyers will be able to fill their cur rent needs at rock bottom prices In Mondays and Tuesdays GlobeGazette business concerns are offering bargains In every lino of merchandise Those who take ad vantage of Dollar day prices will be realizing the utmost value from each dollar Each dollar wisely ex pended will represent an economy Only 21 Shopping Days Another thought in connection with Dollar day is its timeliness While few of us are aware of the t Santa Claus ia on the last lap of his gift manufacturing and in less than a month he will leave his snowbound home on his annual jour ney to bestow gifts throughout the world Only 24 shopping days re main in which we may do our part to help make this a merry Christ mas Dollar day prices will enable shoppers to buy presents which will produce cheer far in excess of the actua money required for their purchase When merchants conduct a Dol lar day sale it does not mean that they plan to clean their shelves of Tom lo Pate 2 Column B CHILD LABOR TO GET HOUSE VOTE Votes to Reallocate Beer Permit Fees DES MOINES Nov 27 The house committee on constitu tional amendments today reported without recommendation the Gar ner resolution proposing ratifica tion of the child labor amendment to the federal constitution There was only one negative vote in the committee of which Representative Hopp of Mills is chairman Ten days ago the committee re ported the bill for indefinite post ponement but pressure for a pub lic hearingcaused its recommit ment The senate last Friday passed a resolution 41 to G Would Reallocate Fees Reallocation of fees received from issuance of beer permits by muni cipalities was provided in a house bill passed today Under the measure 75 per cent of the fees will accrue to the munici pality issuing the permit and 25 per cent to the county Under the present law all fees collected in counties havingcities of more than 10000 population accrue to the mu nicipality in other instances there is a 5050 split between the city and tho county Todays discussion was brought up by Representative Zylstra of Sioux City who sponsored a mea sure which would have permittee cities of any size to retain all of the permit fees The bill as passed carries an amendment by Repre sentative McCreery Of Linn who proposed the 7525 division Kurnl Faction Wins It was a fight between urban and rural representatives In the begin ning the former giving way to the demands of their rural colleagues when they saw their case was hope less As a results the amended measure passed 89 to 14 McCreery said is was a question of whether the fees should be taken away from all counties pointing out that In the smaller counties en forcement of the bill evolved large ly upon the sheriffs In this con tention he was joined by Hanson of Lyon Sours of Floyd and Johnson of Linn who declared that the 75 21 apportionment was fair and equi table No Provision Made Brady of Pottawattamie declared that Council Bjuffs had done its own enforcing of tho law He also declared the bill Inequitable because no urovlsion was made for an allo cation of fees to the city when a permit issued by the board of su pervisors He declared he could see no rea son why the McCreery amendment should be adopted and asserted it was an effort of the drys to bemud dle the beer law Peco of Clinton declared he fav ored the original Zylstra measure providing for cities to retain all the fees The house voted down 13 to 85 an attempt by Strachan of Hum Tnrn to Column 3 of If anyone is arrested for the job Ill pardon them nil I hope this lesson will serve in every state in the union The governor postponed his trip to Boise Idaho to attend a gover nors conference not for the purpose ot being on hand to call out trooss but to prevent it tJrgcs AntiLynch Law NEW YORK Nov27 antllynchlng as soon as congress convenes wu urged today by United States Sen ator Hamilton F Kean of New Jer sey in a statement issued In connec tion with the San Jose lynching of Brooke Harts abductors Law and order must not be re placed by mob violence Senator Kean said The spectacle of an Iowa judge being dragged from the bench at the end of a noose todays lynching of the kidnapers and kill ers of Brooke Hart the 100 per cent increase of the number of lynch ings in 1933 all are deplorable things unworthy of our civilized state I favor the passage of a federal antiIynching law Immediately after congress meets Only in this way can we end disgraceful mob rule SMASH INTO JAIL SAN JOSE Cal Nov 27 Thomas H Thurmond and John M Holmes confessed kidnaperslayers of Brooke Hart were lynched here ast night by a mob of 100 men who smashed their way into the county nil after a two hour battle to seize the pair A whooping cheering crowd esti mated at 6000 persons looked on Thurmond first to confess was mconscious when dragged to St James park 100 yards from the iail partly stripped and hanged to a tree Yanked Into Air Holmes a powerful man fought for his life in vain Twice he vrenched his hands free and lifted he noose from his head but the third time it was put there to stay and still kicking he was yanked nto the air In the glare of torches and flash lights the bodies dangled for half an hour or macabre picture for the thousands who had as sembled swiftly after the news of he lynching movement had spread hrough the city Then the lifeless orms were cut down and there was no further attempt to Interfere with officers Thurmonds body had been slightly burned by flames from blazing lewspapers held up by the mob as torches during the hanging Climaxes Spectacular Battle The lynching occurring only a few hours after tho torn body of young Hart son of a wealthy San Jose mercvnnt had been tnJcen from San Francisco bay climaxed a spec acular battle between officers bar ricaded in the jail and the deter mined mob The muttering throng began gath ering about the jail about 9 p m The jail an antiquated brick build ng to the rear the courthouse md beei prepared against the pos sibility of a lynch movement but was unable to withstand the impro vised battering rams of the attack ers Automobiles parked across the alleys about the jail building did ittle to impede the advances of the leseigers Two shots fired from the crowd as tne man wiio printeci rt so tnerere danger in taking too much for granted even Tnm to 2 Column 2 SLAYERS LYNCHED JOHN M 1KXLMES THOMAS ir THURMOND WALLACE JOINS REST OF COUNCIL Soes to Warm Springs for Talk With Roosevelt on Liquor Control WARM SPRINGS Ga Nov 27 of Agriculture Wai ace joined the recovery council talks today at the little white louse Mr Wallace arrived unannounced by motor early today He said the main pupose of his visit was to take up with the president the problem of liquor control after prohibition repeal S Wltfi Him With his arrival Mr Roosftvclt lad with him today the three heads f the recovery campaign Gen lugh S Johnson Industrial admin strator and Secretary Ickci public works administrator having re mained over today for further talks with the chief executive There Is nothing In prospect in he way of new recovery moves lather the president appears to be checking up on the situation and at he same time is having his prin cipal aides enjoy his vacation with him Control of Liquor Control of liquor under the nearly omplcted arrangements by the gov ernment will come under the au hority of the agriculture adjust ment act and probably under super vision of this agency You can say or me said Wallace Hint Sccrc ary Wallace a personal dry is vorklng to have the treasury handle as much of the liquor regulation on possible The revised code for liquor distii ers was reported sent here from Washington today BLACK DECLINES TO GIVE REASON FOR TRIP SOUTH Morgenthau Busy With Governments Huge Financing Needs WASHINGTON Nov 27 Warm Springs visit by Gov Eu Tene Black of the federal reservo loard drew new emphasis to Presi dent Roosevelts monetary policy oday as Acting Secreary Morgen thau busied himself with the ilnments huge financingneeds Black leaves tomorrow night to ipend Wednesday with Sir Roosc News of his trip became known inly a few hours after Morgenthau returned from Roosevelts Georgia home Beyond confirming that he would make the trip Black declined to discuss the visit Morgenthau had nothing to say to newsmen either nit quickly began conferences on ways of meeting on Dec 15 more than In maturing treas ury certificates Factors Prominent Despite officjal silence certain factors were prominent in the fiscal nnd money situation They included The Reconstruction corporation price of gold was fixed today at 53376 an ounce the figure which has remained unchanged since be fqreMqrgentiifluS trip south Some quartersvlewedthmackof riuetu ation as part of a policy to steady financial markets for the forthcom ingfinancing operations Blacks projected visit recalled that the federal reserve system has halted its purchases of government securities During the summer it purchased more than a half billion dollars in government Issues Confers With Hcwes llorgcnthau begun immediate con ferences with Thomas Hewes ns aiatant secretary in charge of fis cal affairs Earlc Bailie adminis rative assistant in this field and Valter J head of the deposit insurance corporation George Harrison governor of the lew York federal reserve bank was a visitor at the treasury Harrison usually IB consulted on matters The banking situation in the na lon was described today by Chair nan Jesse H Jones of the RFC na good 050 Stock Purchases He said 800 applications have been eceived by the corporation from anks which wish to aell preferred lock or capital notes 125 of them 2 rolnmn 1 450 Iowa Prisoners Get Terms Changed DKS MOINES Nov 27 roles commutations or suspen sions oC sentences of 4SO prisoners In Iowa penal institutions have been granted since the first of the year records of the governors office and the state parole board disclosed SCENES IN U S To attempt to enumerate or Illustrate the natural beauties of the United States would be com parable to counting the stars They can only be hinted at But in the face of many inquiries and with the hope of presenting a new and novel idea in booklets our Washington Information bur eau has prepared this publication showing natural scenes from 18 states and the District of Colum bia The new booklet is beauti fully printed in two colors and will be mailed to any address for 10 cents in coin carefully wrapped Use coupon Masnn City GlobeGazette Information liurcnii Frederic J Ilitnldn Director Washington D C I Inclose 10 cents in coin carefully wrapped for the 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