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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 28, 1933, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PHESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS JVIASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28 1933 ME EDITION TJUS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONK Question of Policy Seen Sprague Statement in Resignation Noted NO 43 By HERBERT PLUMMEJR ASHINGTON Nov 28 UP One statement in the letter of res ignation of Prof O M W Spra gue economic ad viser to the trea sury Interested Washington o b servers as much as did his actual departure from the administra tion fold It is possible that there might still be a meeting of minds he wrote had I been a I f o r d ed any opportunity to discuss policies with you but no opportunities whatever have been afforded me since my return from London in July The resignation of Dr Sprague surprised no one particularly in the capital Everyone knew he was not in sympathy with the presidents present monetary program Spragues statement however that he wasnt given an opportunity to talk things over with the pres ident raises an interesting question Rooseveltian policy Does he mean to imply that after a certain point the president refuses to iSs cuss his policies with those who dis agTee with him Just Another Ride Those who talked with Command er Settle in Washington after his flight into the stratosphere were struck with the nonchalance with he described hi3 experiences 11 miles above the earth To Settle apparently it was just another balloon ride perhaps no more thrilling than some of the others he has taken One la reminded of the time Set tle appeared before the naval court of Inquiry ihera investigating the Akrondisaster He described to thatcourt pre viqus balloon aaceritSlierhad 7made Everyone from the admiralon down listened almost breathlessly It happened In 1928 at Pitts burgh during the balloon race eli mination trials I was caught in a cold air mass said Settle fringed with roaring line squalls My balloon took three terrific lunges skyward then three as terrible descents before I manag ed to land The speed of the up and down motions was so great my re cording instruments couldnt reg ister them Graduation Time The Washington diplomatic corps sometimes called the training school for future presidents of Lat inAmerican countries may grad uate another star pupil next month Capt Colon Eloy Alfaro Ecua dorean minister to Washington has been nominated for the presidency of his country acid has departed to open his campaign The election is to be held Dec 14 and 15 Other LatinAmerican ministers to Washington who have returned to become chief executives of their countries recently are Minister Ola ya of Columbia Minister Alfaro of Panama and Minister Sacassa of Nicaragua ACQUITTED OF HAMM KIDNAPING iOWASFARMERS MAY BORROW UP TO 40 MILLIONS Federal Loan Director at Des Moines For Conference DES MOINES Nov 28 loans at 45 cents a bushel will peg prices at that figure Iowa farmers may borrow up to 40 million dollars and loans completed last week indi cate Iowa support of the program Federal Loan Director W S Brad ley said here today The lending program may applj to the 1933 crop the 1932 carryover the cash crop normally put on th market during the winter and i part of com sold from farm t farm for feeding Bradley said Former Iowa Farmer The former Centerville farme and hanker came here from Wash Ington as representative of the com modity credit corporation and the agricultural adjustment administra tion at a corn loan conference to day Twenty thousand loan forms wil be distributed in Iowa by the ecc of the week he said Iowa is ex pected to receive the largest num ber of corn loans and forms were distributed in this state first he said Surprised at Speed I must admit that I was surpris ed to find that Iowa loans were made last said whenad vised cahcntas and Woodbury counties That demonstrated that Iowa was ready to take advantage of the plan he added You fellows work faster out here in Iowa than we had anticipated Bradley said he is convinced the loans at 45 cents a bushel will peg the price The government does not expect to have to take over much of the corn on which the loans are made he said because farmers will refuse to sell and prices will go up for lack of receipts Help Peg Price The man who borrows on corn he added must promise that he will help peg the price of corn for for any corn purchased from other farmers for feeding purposes that will help peg th price of corn for feeding Bradley Says 45 Cent Corn Loans to Peg Price 4 CHICAGO MEN FOUND INNOCENT BYFEDERAUURY CERRQ GQRDQ FARMER GETS LOAN Nine Mexican Farm Leaders Slain When Police Fire on Mob GUADALAJARA Mexico Nov 28 Agrarian leaders were shot and killed by police yes terday during a public demonstra tion in Yurecuaro state of Michoa can according to dispatches re ceived today The reports said po lice fired into the crowd during a meeting Fatally Injured by Car CEDAR RAPIDS Nov 28 Henry Fuller 65 was fatally in jured Monday when struck by a car driven by Howard Taylor oil com pany employe Bradley conferred with Governor Herring and Secretary Ray Murray this morning When we begin to get this mon ey coming from Iowa it certainly is going to help Governor Herring said Wea IOWA WEATHER Cloudy rain or snow Wed nesday and probably In ivcst portion Tuesday night not much change in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday Minimum in Night At 8 A M Tuesday 58 27 2 COUNTY AGENTS DISCUSS BILL Sentiment in Favor of Act by Senator Me Arthur Is Evident Considerable sentiment in favor of the bill introduced in the Iowa legislature by Senator William Mc Arthur to place the county agents under the supervision of the exten sion department of Ames was evi dent at the district Farm Bureau meeting held in the Y M C A building Monday afternoon The meeting was presided over by A B Myhr Thompson district commit teeman while C W Huntley repre sented the state federation MARYLAND MOB RAIDS ARMORY ROUTED BY GA farmer UvinET cor Mason City Is shown drawing j P wlttl committ and George B S Dam Religious Discrimination Gets Final Decision on Measure DES MOINES Nov 28 The two houses of the general assembly today debated at length two highly conro controversial the Moscow dam and prohibition of religious discrimination and then recessed without reaching a final decision on either measure The proposed hydroelectric pro ject on the Cedar river subject of discussion for more than a quarter of a century was bitterly debated in the house before that body ad journed to resume consideration to morrow morning The senate finally rewrote the bill which would have prohibited in quiry into religious affiliation of ap Bullet Pierces Ankle of Thornton Girl as Gun Accident Result Frances Peterson 9 daughter of Mr and Mrs George Peterson Thornton was brought to Mercy hospital Tuesday morning suffering from a wound received from the ac cidental discharge of a gun The accident occurred Monday night when the girls brother was cleaning the gun The weapon acci dentally discharged and the bullet entered her ankle The bullet had not been removed yet Tuesday morning L l4illltLlluIL JL aP Oicants for teaching and public pos tions and then deferred final ac tion until later To Print Report A resolution providing for the rinting of the Brookings institu tions report on the Iowa govern mental survey rode through the ienate without opposition although t had encountered a determined ight before being passed by the house The Moscow dam project would pave the way for the construction f a giant hydroelectric plant of 90000 horsepower on the Cedar iver The project proposes the rectipn of a dam across the river at toscow and the diversion of from 0 to GO per cent of the water hrough a canal about 10 miles long mptylng into the Mississippi river north of Muscatine The house amended by an 88 to 2 vote the measure providingtHat he operating company ghall pay 3 cent of itg gross income to the tate in addition to regularly im osed taxes Called Honest Bill Construction of the project would take a lake of about 11000 acres Engineering the bill in the house Representative Metcalf of Musca tine declared there had notbeen a billin years so attacked as this one Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Col Nov the Califpvnians I have Had a visit from young Sena tor LaFolIette for whom I have great admiration Any man smart enough to know that both political parties are wrong de serves careful consideration He is thought mighty well of by all those elderly senators He thinks and no doubt correct that the NRA should have been backed up by a revokable license and not just by signing a pledge He dont think we have reached that moral stage where a parade and a promise will make people do the right thing Yours WJLL P the Army out here tor the New Years football game If it was left to a vote of everybody ten to one would vote for them over any other school Stanford vs the U S Army Copyright isn3 McNnusht Syndicate which he characterized as a honest measure clear I couldnt afford to support any other kind of a bill he said It Is backed by Muscatine businessmen whose integrity and honesty Is un questioned He asserted that reports that peo ple of Muscatine are pulling all possible strings1 to get the bill en acted was a false one and declared no stock had ever been sold in the proposition Needs No Permit He asserted that the executive council does not need to give a per mit for diversion of this water and Turn to rnjfl 2 Column 4 Senator Urges Mississippi Valley States to Fight Against Pact ST LOUIS Nov 28 of the Mississippi valley were urged today by Senator Bennett Champ Clark of Missouri to stand and fight against ratification of the St Lawrence seaway treaty with Canada Speaking before the annual con vention of the Mississippi Valley association Senator Clark said rat ification of the treaty in its present form would grant a subsidy run ning into the hundreds of millions for the relief of the Canadian de pression To Aid Montreal Quoting Senator Royal S Cope land of New York as calling the treaty a treaty for the purpose of making Montreal the greatest port on the North American continent Senator Clark added But the treaty should have additional titles if its purposes were to he disclosed It should be entitled a treaty for the permanent Isolation and eco nomic strangulation of the Missis sippi valley by the surrender of American rights in the internation alization of Lake Michigan Senator Clark said the Mississip pi valley is assured the sympathet c interest of President Roosevelt in the adequate development of the waterways of the valley both from Chicago Yards May Be Closed XHI Wednesday Deceive No Shipments Stock Unless Strike Is Settled CHICAGO Nov 28 Chicago union stockyards will be closed to all shipments of livestock at 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon if the present strike is not settled by that time officials of the llvc ftock exchange announced today after a conference with strike leaders The strikers agreed to permit packers and commission men to clean up the livestock received to day provided it was done without the importation of outside workers The commission men in turn agreed not to accept livestock after 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon Attempt to Settle The strikers and representatives of the yards companies against whom the strike was called met with representatives of the NRA regional board of labor at 2 oclock this afternoon in an effort to settle the strike amicably Most of todays receipts were billed direct to packing plants where unloading operations were halted when strikebreakers abandoned their jobs Do Ycomun Duty The agreement means that white collar workers from the commission irmg would again do yeoman duty in unloading and caring for the supplies on hand Despite the possibility of the yards closing tomorrow there was not Immediate prospect of a meat shortage Packing company offi cials estimate that there was on bind sufficient meat to maintain supplies for at leaat two weeks with vast supplies in warehouses at nearby markets which could be shipped In without delay Tiirn lo rose 2 Cnlunra 8 Three Sentenced to State Reformatory Herman and Phillip inmk and Paul Bull pleaded guilty to a county attorneys information Monday afternoon on charges of breaking and entering and were sentenced to io years npiece In the mens re formatory at Anamosa by judge 1 JClark County Attorney Mason represented the state Waterloo Goes Over Top in Chest Drive WATERLOO Nov 28 terloo Tuesday was celebrating vic tory in Its campaign for the 103J community chest with pledged an amount in excess ofthe goal of The campaign was finished in eight days State Troopers Hold Four Men as Leaders of Lynch Crowd SALISBURY Mu Nov 28 Troops sent by Gov Albert C Rit chie to arrest nine suspects of the Princess Anne lynching today eva cuated the armory here and started back for Baltimore after a mob of more than 1000 persons stormed the building and was repulsed with tear gas bombs and bayonets The troops took with them four men they arrested in early morn ing forays into nearby Somerset county where the lynching occurred Oct 18 Refuses To Arrest Tlie troops had been ordered to laliabury when Slates Attorney Tohn B Robins of Somerset county declined to arrest men said by eye witnesses to have been members of the mob that lynched George Ann wood a Negro accused of attacking an aged woman Three hundred of the soldiers were mozilized in Baltimore last night and arrived in Salisbury shortly before arrests followed in short order although five of those sought could not b found Car Tipped Over As the buses bearing the stat jvasn molest them Some of the crowd however lift ed an official car a large sedan bodily and turned it over A Negr chauffeur at the wheel scrambled out and ran The car was said to belong to William Preston Lane Jr itate attorney general who jiac been Inside the armory A general fire alarm was sounded ind firemen eiime to the armon after the mob attacked it this mori ing Unmindful nf Gas The screaming crowd appeared to be unmindful of the tear gas com ng closer all the while A few min utes later another barrage of tear Tas was loosed Brig Gen Milton A Reckord ad jutant general of Maryland stepped out in the street and said Get back We dont want to hurt anybody Whereupon there was a yell from e crowd What right have you to come down here and run our country one man shouted Another yell came out Oh Reckords all right Hes a regular fellow Hes just obevinir orders Arrive by Motor The crowd which gathered early today after the news spread that Tiim tn 2 Corirmn 1 Will be held in MASON CITY on WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29 Hundreds of articles will be on sale nt one dollar uml many other Item will lie attractively priced just for Dollar Day If you lite to save money dnnt nilss this preholiday bargain festival 9 Cents Added to Gold Price Paid by RFC Touhy and Three Others Black Departure foi Warm Springs Has Attention WASHINGTON Nov 28 President Roosevelts gold buying plan was given a spurt today after a weeks price standstill to top Londons gold quotation by the big est margin since its inauguration The RFC offered an ounce for the newly mined domestic metal an Increase of 9 cents over yester days figure and the first boost since a week Acting Secretary Morgenthau conferred with Mr Roosevelt 5510 to Pound The London gold price was on an opening sterling quotation there of 5510 to the pound During the week of unchanged RFC gold prices the dollar and jovernment bonds were off while Jiiblic controversy over the admln stratlon monetary program mount ed But In recent days the dollar strengthened abroad and govern ment bonds climbed Reply to Criticism In some quarters todays advance was considered to serve as a reply to criticism of the presideats pro gram Morgenthau told newsmen upon his return from Warm Springs tha the daily gold price would consti tute his only comment on the Todays departure for Warm Springs of Gov Eugene Black o Td eya reserve b oard fi entBre interest in posible shifts in the mon Turn o Pore t Column 3 OR WYNEKOOP RIOUSLY ILL Elderly Prisoner Held for Slaying in Danger of Pneumonia CHICAGO Nov 28 cians at the county jail reported to day that Dr Alice Lindsay Wyne coop is seriously ill Wracked by a severe bronchial cough and menaced by her extrem ely high blood pressure the elderly was described ns hi danger of pneumonia Immediately upon her confine ment in the jail Saturday to await rrnnd jury action for the killing of icr daughterinlaw Rheta Gardner Wynekoop Dr Alice was ordered to bed with medical attention Nervous Exhaustion The jail physicians said she was n a state of nervous exhaustion be cause of the ordeal of questioning hat followed Rhetas mysterious death in the Wynekoop operating room a week ago today Charles S Dougherty assistant states attorney deferred placing evidence before the grand jury at east until tomorrow when he ex iccted to have ballistic evidence to support a charge of murder against 3r Alice and an accessory charge against her son Earie the widower also a county jail prisoner Evidence Sufficient Dougherty said today he believed he states evidence Is sufficient to procure indictments He added there would bo no action today A report by ballistic experts to lay confirmed the accepted fact hat the bullet taken from Rhctas 0dy was fired from Dr Alices 32 aliber pistol bought by Earie Nov 11 The report also demonstrated hat a bullet found imbedded in the wall of a bedroom was fired from 38 caliber pistol fiirls Rest Easier A few dozen young women were estingmore easily today with the ssurance of Capt John Stege of he Fillmore street police that he wild not make public their names s associates of Earie Wynekoop Captain Stegv said he had re cived many telephone calls from iris whose names appeared In n list f 50 or more In Earles notebook Ml were nnxtous to keep their amcs out of print Stege assured lem there will be no morn publicity f the Wynekoop rlatcbook 1 1 f the Wynekoop Real Values to Be Offered Shoppers on Dollar Day Tried on 2 Charges at St Paul ST PAUL Nov 28 A fecp rral court jury today acquitted Touhy and three other Chicagoam of charges growing out of the kid laplng of William Hamm Jr mil lionaire St Paul brewer They were tried on two charges transportation of a kidnaped person n interstate commerce and con spiracy to transport Defendants In addition to Toiifcy I were Willie Sharkey Eddie McFao den and Gustav Schafer Out Seven Hours The jury brought in its verdict after 7 hours and 35 minutes of de ihcratlon after receiving the case ast night Three hours was spent in deliberation last night and the re mainder of the time today The four men wil be taken to hlcago immediately Joseph B vecnan special government prose cutor said after the reading of tha erdict Factor Charges The four have been indicted in ook county on charges of kidnap ng John Jake the Barber Factor ast July The wealthy Chicago stock market speculator was ransomed for J70000 defendants immediately were hustled back to their cells in the county jail Hamm held almost four days was kidnaped last Juno 15 and released early June IB after payment ot lansora Leave Porto Praia on Flight to Dakar DAKAR Senegal Nov 28 JFi ol Charles A Lindbergh sent a message to French authorities to day saying1 he hoped to fly from orto Praia Cape Verde Islands to Daknr tomorrow morning The colonel eaid he intended to ake off at 8 a m and asked that reparations be made for his land ng and refuelling Because of some illness here in Dakar the authorities replied ini ncdintely with a suggestion that he ly to St Louis Senegal farther up lie coast instead of to this city hey were awaiting the colonels re ly Behead Communist for Slaying Nazi BRESLAtT Germany Nov 28 OP Gerber a communist was icheaded today for the slaying of Valter Doktoer a nazi Dr Her nnn Wilhclm Goering minister of viation refused a pardon Fail to Find Bodies SIOUX CITY Nov 28 orts to locate the bodies of Rlch rd Wells and Harry Briney Sioux ity hunters believed to have rowned Sunday were in vnln U S NATURAL SCENES What are some of the most beautiful natural scenes in vari ous states There are so many lovely spots in America it is al most impossible to pick certain places as more beautiful than others but In the face of numer ous inquiries and requests our Washington information bureau has prepared a new booklet Na tural Scenes of the United States showing a natural scene from each of the 48 states and the District of Columbia Send for copy today Enclose 30 cents In coin to cover cost and hand ling Use coupon Mnson City GIobeGnzette Information bureau Frixlcric 1 Hnskln director Washington D C I enclose 10 cents in coin carefully wrappeh for the new booklet on Natural Scenes 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