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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29 1933 THIS PAPEH CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS NO 44 See Trouble Over Budget Familiar Old Cry of Balancing to Be Heard By HERBERT ASHINGTON Nov 29 One of the first bombs to explode in the approach ing session of congress will be perhaps when Douglas director of the budget sends up his bud get for the fiscal year of 1935 The familiar old cry of a balanced budget doubtless will be heard from the republicans It was raised against the pre sent administra tion at the close of the special session Representative Bertrand Snell the republican leader in the house charged the democrats with keeping two sets of books One set said Snell known as the ordinary budget The other set Is known as the extraordinary budget The ordinary budget con sists purely of operating expenses The extraordinary budget consists of major expenditures labeled emergency Snell was the target of democratic big guns for his statement Postmas ter General Farley described it as a ruthless and reckless exhibition of petty partisan politics Byrns democratic leader of the house said that apparently Snell disapproved of the recovery activities Different In January It was hintedthat some of Snells own colleagues thought his state ment a bit untimely However it must be remembered that way back in June when it was the general policy of everybody to give the ad ministration a fair chance with its recovery program The iitualloivlikely will be dif the budget niwirii not wKatDlreetor Douglasperhaps expected It to be when hetook over the job last Feb ruary they see no reason for alarm They contend there ia no reason to charge the President has violated his partys platform of a federal budget annually balanced or to ac cuse Douglas of not performing the job assigned to him The onrush of unprecedented events they say made a change In basic policy necessary and that the President saw such a change in evitably had to be made Looking to 1935 The democrats contend further that if the various recovery agencies live within the funds allotted them by congress it Is possible to bal ance the 1935 budget Republican critics scoff at this claim They point to what they see as possible avenues for increased expenditures of federal funds by re covery agencies Also they say con gress attitude toward appropriat ing money for such agencies as pub lic works for example cant be overlooked WYNEKOOP JURY VOTES TRUE BILL Action Reported Following Testimony of Several Witnesses Nov 29 true bill charging Dr Alice Wynekoop with the murder of her daughterin law Rheta waa reported to have been voted by the county grand jury today The action was reported after several witnesses including tha po lice officers who heard the 62 year old womans confession last Friday had testified Apparently the state had not taken up the case against her son ISarle held like her in the county jail Earle was locked up Monday on a warrant charging that he was an accessory to the murder by pis tol shot of his wife and today was allowed to visit his mother H3 she lay ill with a bad cold and high blood pressure In the jail hospital SKf IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy and somewhat colder in south central por tion Wednesday night Thurs day unsettled and slightly cold er in southeast portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures of 24 hour period ending at 8 Wednesday morning Maximum Tuesday 39 Minimum in Night 28 At 8 A M Wednesday 30 LYNCH LAW HAS ANOTHER VICTIM Chicago Stockyards Workers Go Back to Work WALKOUT ENDED ON PROMISE OF RAISE IN WAGES Boost of 10 Per Cent Accepted Pending Negotiations CHICAGO Nov 29 strike of approximately 8000 work men at the union stockyards was settled early today at least tem porarily when the employer organ ization agreed to a 10 per cent wage ncrease pending further negotia ions Within a few minutes after he agreement was reached pickets were withdrawn and the strikers started back to their jobs A parley beginning at midnight last night arranged by Robert M Sutchins president of the Univers ty of Chicago and chairman of the Chicago regional board of the NRA Drought about the agreement which was regarded as a partial victory for the stockyard workers who had demanded a returnto the 1929 wage scale an increase of about 50 pel cent over the pay they have been etting in recent months No Discrimination The agreement provided among other things that all men are to be reemployed without discrimination and that while further negotiations are in progress any points on which the affected1 parties are urinbleto agree are to b e sub mitted to the regiojnallabor board formediation Other points in the agreement provide for the launching of negoti ations by the Union Stock Yard and Transit company with representa tives of the men for a settlement of points of dispute and the naming of an arbitrator if steps toward medi ation fail In regard to disputes involving wages the agreement provides that any increases are to be made retro active from the date the men return to work Manager at Conference Present at the conference with Hutchlns were O T Hcnkle gener al manager of the Stockyards com pany John Gorman president of lo cal 517 of the Livestock Handlers union the organization that led the strike and other union officials After the union leaders and Hen kle had signed the agreement Hutchlns accompanied by Gorman William Collins national union or ganizer and Thomas Devero a lo cal union official appeared before 300 representatives of the organiza tion at its headquarters and urged its acceptance 3 Favor Agreement The other three also spoke in fa vor of the agreement after which final approval was given a vote Conclusion of the strike came just in time to prevent the enforce ment of an order of stockyards of ficials to close the yards for trad ing after 3 oclock this afternoon Steps had been taken to notify shippers and farmers not to deliv er additional stock pending settle ment of the dispute Fire Does Danuvge Late yesterday a fire that Wil liam J OConnor assistant general superintendent of the Union Stock yard and Transit company esti mated caused damage swept over a square block of hog pens and loading chutes at the yards After firement had directed hun dreds of streams of water on build ings and had finally brought the flames under control Fire Marshal Michael J Corrigan said an inves tigation would be made to deter mine if the blaze was caused by in cendiarism However he said there was a pos sibility that it was due to a short circuit in electric wiring and OConnor laid the blame to sparks from a passing train Would Limit Taxes on Iowa Real Estate COUNCIL BLUFFS Nov 29 hundred petitions requesting the state legislature to limit real estate taxes In Iowa to 1 per cent of the assessed valuation of pro perty are being circulated in Potta wattamie county through the ef forts of the Council Bluffs real estate board All qualified voters are being requested to sign It is ex pected that they will be ready for presentation to the governor and the legislature on Dec 4 STRIKE AT CHICAGO YARDS When u livestock handlers strike at the Chicago stockyards par alyzed activity at the famous market trucks stood in lino waiting to unload stock Associated Press Official Sealers Attend School of Instruction Farmers and Bankers Enthusiastic Over Corn Plan DES MOINES Nov 29 ficial who seal in cribs corn on which government loans are here today in a school of instruction The meeting was the second ses sion of two the first of which brought warehousing board mem bers here 5esterday In an enthusiastic session fann ers and bankers applauded explana tions of the federal corn loan plan and shouted down John Chalmers president of the Iowa Farmers Hol iday association when he attempted to disagree with one of the speak ers Cries of lynch him sit down and get out rang out Speakers who included William S Bradley representing the Com modity Credit corporation said that the program to loan 45 cents a bushel on warehoused corn would ring up to into the state Bradley said the federal setup is ready and that the money will come into Iowa just is soon as the state and local setups are completed Loan banks will be available in ev ery county by the end of the week R M Evans chairman of the Iowa CornHog committee said these contracts would be made available just as soon as they were approved and received from Wash ington To the challenge of Chalmers Evans replied that only a work sheet and not a finished contfact had been discussed at meetings in the state After the meeting Chalmers ex plained that he thought the farm ers should have opportunity to study the provisions of the contract on corn loans because the corn loan bank carries an obligation to sign the cornhog reduction contract Evans pleaded for complete sup port of the cornhog plan SEALERS NAMED FOR CORN LOANS County Committee Attends State Meeting Held at Capital Official sealers for Cerro Gordo county were appointed Tuesday afternoon by the corn loan com mittee according to A if Schanke general chairman of the corn loan program for the county The sealers are C F Brady Ma son City Leo F Smith Lime Creek township E J Stork Ventura Ray Hemming Thornton and Joe Mc Cauley Rockwell They were sched uled to appear at Des Jfoines Wed nesday for a school of Instruction The corn loan committee of Cerro Gordo county attended a meeting In the capital Tuesday HOUSE DEFEATS BILL PROPOSING DAM AT MOSCOW Senate Rejects Attempt to Repeal Sunday Blue Laws DES MOINES Nov 29 house today by a vote of 39 to 66 defeated the Moscow dam bill sponsored by Representative Met calf of Muscatine which would have given the state executive council the power to divert water from one stream to another The vote came after two days of bitter debate in which almost a score of speakers voiced their senti ments and the bill had been amend ed so that the state would have re ceived 3 per cent of the gross reve nue of the proposed hydroelectric plant and that only Iowa labor could have been used in construc tion of the project The bill also would have given the state the right to recapture the project after 20 years Voting for Bin Those voting for the bill were Representatives Beswick Buska Bowers Bruce Craven Cunning ham Fabritz Frlzzell Garner Gissel Hanson Gallagher of Lyon Negligence by State Highway Board Charged Plan to Surface According to Traffic Urged to Legislature DES MOINES Nov 29 commendations a road construc tion program governing the type of surfacing by the amount of traffic on each road and charges of negli gence by the state highway com mission in administering highway iunds were laid before the state house of representatives today The report was made by the com mittee named at the regular session to investigate the highway commis sion and cement contracts It is supplemental to a report filed at the regular session in which the committee charged that cement companies submitted bids for high way projects at agreed prices Todays report was signed by Representatives Alesh Grell Du rant Yager Foster and Garner Buy Gravel Pit It charged that the highway com mission had paid for a 141 acre tract of land near Dale about 40 miles west of Des Moines with the Intention of developing a gravel pit The land the report said could have been purchased for from 10 to 50 an acre and it further alleg ed that there was considerable trading to get this particular piece of land together and that the party who finally sold the land to the state was a nonresident of Iowa1 The committee reported that the gravel was found to be of inferior quality and in small amount and not suited to building Portland cement roads that tests had been made previously and this condition found to exist and that the Rock Is land railroad had once inspected tth property with the intention of developing a gravel pit and had found the gravel of poor quality and small amount Very Carless Manner The report further charges that the highway commission had dis posed of surplus war materials in a very careless manner resulting In a financial loss to the state of a very large sum and that it had pur chased 43 carloads of snow fencing at 615 cents a lineal foot when it had a bid as low as 548 cents a lineal foot A survey of road construction in Missouri the report said showed that state had spent about 000000 in building 15000 miles of hard surfaced roads as compared to 5265000000 spent in Iowa to build 4000 miles of hard surfaced roads It recommended that the federal engineers scale of types of sur facing to be used for roads carry Turn la Fnje 2 Column 7 LIMIT ON TAXES ur DESMOJJSESNoY 28 A bill to limittEVamountof taxes which may Tie imposed on real property was beingpre pared today by 12 members of the senate for introduction in the legislature Monday Hanaen of Wlnnebago Hortmann Hook Hopp Hultman Humesten Laughlln McCarthy McLean Ma lone Metcalf Millhone Mitchell Os borne Schlatter Schmitz Sheridan Stanzel Stewart Stimpson StracU en Thics Thiessen Zylstra and Mil ler Meanwhile the senate by a vote of 15 to 31 defeated the repeal of tne Sunday blue laws State Blue Laws The senate was told that the laws are not observed and are violated generally but opponents of the mea sure subjected the bill to ridicule Tom to Fafco 2 Column 3 LIQUORTRADE USED AS LEVER U S Negotiates in Effort to Boost Exports to Other Nations WASHINGTON Nov 29 The government was revealed today to be negotiating with liquor ex porting countries on the basis ot you buy our products and well al low yours entry here in proportion Secret discussions have been un der way for some time it became apparent In testimony by Mordecai adviser to Secre tary the proposed code for the Importing end of the liquor business Names No Countries Questioned by newspapermen however he declined to name the countries He said the pacts would undoubtedly bring about an im proved outlet for agricultural and industrial products It is a move to bring about a lowering of trade bar riers against American products Ezeklels disclosure followed a statement by Edward G Lowry Jr of the treasury that the govern ment planned to use repeal an a means to improve United Staten ex ports markets by limiting volume and origin of foreign distilled spirits and wines Quizzed by Lowry Herbert Pels economic adviser of the state department was ques tioned by Lowry as to whether im portation of 20000000 gallons of distilled spirits and 15000000 gal lons of by the treasury as the quantity likely to come in the first year after would be a big item to the producing countries It would be substantial he said and that the bent way for the Unit ed States to obtain trade advantages is through special reciprocal trade agreements or other pacts along that line Edgington Is Chosen Again as Fair Head Elected for His Sixth Year Mitchell Is Secretary Dan Edgington Cerro Gordo county farmer was elected presi lent of the North Iowa Fair asso ciation for the sixth consecutive year at the annual meeting of the organization at the Y M C A Tuesday afternoon W D Gibaon Rockwell county supervisor was chosen vice presi dent and G M Woodruff treasurer The executive committee meeting after the stockholders and directors iad completed their deliberations selected Fred G Mitchell again for full time secretary On Executive Committee The executive committee of vhich the president acts as chair man is made up of C M Glass Mr Gibson Charles Ames H D Reyn olds WJ Murphy and John Stover Eight places on the board of di rectors that became vacant this year were filled by reelection of the fol owing Earl Dean Mason William McArthur Lime Creek Charles Ames Lake and J L Curran Owen for the rural districts and W E Gildner B E Manley W L Patton and Lee P Loomis for Ma son City Showed Net Gain Frank Finncgan read the financia report of the association showing net gain for the year of W i Patron Somers Arthu Pickfard and A L Hemming rcm Infscec aboutj the soclatiorttaiirnarratcd anumber o interesting events In connection wit the reorganization in 1907 when th organization was placed on its proa ent basis of operation No action was taken by the off I cers or directors on what type 01 attractions will be booked for 1934 It is generally felt however tha some such policy as that of the las fair will be pursued for another year with a rodeo as the feature attraction RFC Price for Gold Is Boosted Another 8 Cent No Significance Attached to Reserve Heads Visit at Warm Springs WASHINGTON Nov 29 I The governments gold price today was fixed at an ounce thi second boost in as many days After holding the R F C offe for newly mined gold at Io a week it was moved to yes terday and another 8 cents was add ed today for a total increase of 17 cents The R F C price compared wltr the London quotation of on the basis of sterling opening a to the pound Plans Commodity Dollar WARM SPRINGS Ga Nov 29 Roosevelt is on with his objective for a com modity dollar it wasreemphastzec today at the little white house In making plain that no particu lar significance is attached here t the visit of Governor Black of th federal reserve board It was made plain that Mr Roosevelt Is going along toward hi objective without change but a conditions dictate In other words the president does not regard dail actions on the gold purchase pro gram as significant He was pic tured as amused at stories whic deducted significance from the rla In the price of gold or from th failure of the government to boo the price As for the visit of Governo Black it was stated in behalf the president that before he lef Washington Mr Black said he wn coming to his home at Atlanta fo Thanksgiving and an invitation wa then extended for him to come b here Actor Loses 7 Year Fight With Diseas NEW YORK Nov 29 Craig Jr vaudevlllian of dry hu mor sharp wit and cosy deliver has lost his seven year fight agains tuberculosis He died yesterday a a New York hospital at the ag of 31 ASKS FOR HELP ffiRO YOUTH IS HANGED TO TREE AND SET ON FIRE Missouri Governor Sees No Justification for Action M JEFFERSON CITY Mo Nov Guy B Park In a atate nent today said that there ig no ustiflcation for Uie lynching last ight of Lloyd Warner Negro at t Joseph it appears from press re orts that Lloyd Warner the Negro oy lynched by a mob in St Joseph ast night confessed to a heinous rime punishable by death yet acre is no justification for the ac ton of the mob said the gover or Cases Not Parallel SACRAMENTO Nov 29 ov James Rolph Jr when In ormed of the St Joseph Mo ynching and aaked to comment ia ght of his approval of the San Jose ynehing of Sunday night said The cases are not parallel KUI laping was not Involved in the St pseph lynching HELEN JACOBS LETTERSSENT TO TENNIS STAR Miss Jacobs Reports Getting Several Threatening and Obscene Notes BOSTON Nov 29 Helei Jacobs national tennis champion today reported to federal author ties she had received several threat enlng and obscene letters and ap pealed to the authorities for help Miss Jacobs a resident of Berk eley Cal who has been the gues of Miss Alonn Friend of Marblehead ind Brookllne since her default vie tory over Mrs Helen Wills Moody reported the receipts of the letters to the department ot justice office here Francis J W Ford United States attorney asked Miss Jacob to bring the letters into his office immediately that they might be examined and postal inspectors as signed to running down the writer Clarks Widow Not Indicted for Death Will Be Released WOODBURY N J Nov 29 MM The Gloucester county grand jury which investigated the killing of Sheldon A Clark Jr wenAhy Paulsboro resident failed to indict his widow Mrs Audrey Smith Clark former Broadway dancer who was charged with slaying him Authorities said Mrs Clark would be released immediately She Is in a Woodbury hospital recovering from a severe blow on the head which she said was inflicted by her husband with a billiard cue just before he was shot to death WOMEN LOOK ON ST JOSEPH Mo Nov 29 Lynch law has settled the case ot Lloyd Warner confessed attacker of two women The 19 year old Negro died la flames at thtj end of a rope last night before the eye B of a mob oC 7000 which bettered Its way through and tor in Wirner was flanged to an blm tree near the courthouse drenched with gasoline and set afire Women and children watched him die Some HERO AND VILLAIN KANSAS CITY Nov 29 Two Negroes died violent deaths in the sister states of Missouri and Kansas last night within 100 miles of each other One was a hero the other the object of a mobs hatred At St Joseph Mo Lloyd Warner 19 confessed attacker of two women wns hanged and burned to death by a crowd of 7000 In Topeka the capital city of Kansas Benjamin J Davidson night jailer lost his life as he frustrated the escape of Cecil Thornbrugh Kansas desperado were friends of the white girl of 21 who officers said Warner aasault ed In an alleyway here Sunday night Attempts to Speak String him up shouted from ninny throats drowned out the last attempt of the muscular young Negro to speak Terror stricken and stripped to the waist he was pulled from a third floor cell by four young mem bers of the mob beaten kicked and cursed Im a fighting Dutchman said Sheriff Otto Thelsen 60 but ther are too many Irishmen here fo me Tear gas fumes remnant of tli defense of 40 city and county offi cers and the hastily mobilized mem hers of the thirtyfifth tank com pany Missouri national guarc Turn to rafrP 2 Column 1 Gary Cooper to Wed Actress Sandra Shaw NEW iORK Nov 29 Cooper talking picture stir Is en gaged to marry Miss Veronica Balfe known in the films as Sandra Shaw Their engagement was an nounced last night by Miss Balfcs mother and stepfather Mr and Mrs Paul Shields at a supper lance at the Shields Park avenue residence No date has been set for the wedding lowan One of Three to Get Prison Term MARSHALL Minn Nov 29 Kroy of Glenwood Iowa was one of three men who received terms of up to 40 years in the state prison at Stlllwatcr for robbery of the Farmers and Merchants State bank at Balaton of CANDY RECIPES This booklet was prepared to meet a widespread demand for u compact volume dealing with making candy in small quanti ties Many of the recipes are highly prized ones vouched for by their contributors All have been selected with a view to pre senting candies and other sweets made easily at home No special kitchen equipment is required Enclose fi cents In coin carefully wrapped Use this coupon Mason City OlohcGazctto Information Kureuii Frederic J Haskiii director Washington n C I inclose 6 cents in coin carefully prapped for the booklet on Candy Recipes Name Street City State Mail to Washington D C   

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