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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 30, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                If North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XL FIVE CENTa A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 45 Farley to Go on Vacation Wont Tell When He Plans to Leave for Europe By HEKBERT PLTOVIMEB ASHINGTON Big Jim Far ley J3 going on a vacation to Eur t I ope the first It according to the postmaster gen eral he has had in so long that ho cant remem ber what one is like But when he would leave and where on the continent h e d visit was some thing that he kept to himself when he made the first an T ais plans Going to the Riviera Mr Post master General he was asked Might pass through he re plied At all mention his sailing date however he preferred to keep silent No one knew better than Mr Far ley looked upon aa the chief pat ronage dispenser of the administra tion what would have happened had he announced the date ot his depar ture so far iiVatlvance Tbeire would S GET READY FOR REPEAL jon hungry towafd Ws quarters Washington 3 regard it as significant that Big Jim has chosen this particular time for an admittedly needed rest They figure lie wont be away so very long If he leaves soon he can get in his va caton and still be back by the time congress convenes on Jan 3 No one believas Big Jim will be missing from Washington at that time 2Vd Hard Feelings Incidentally if Farley ever has had any feelings of depression over the outcome of the New York mayoral election no one here has been able to detect it Since the elec tion of LaGuardia he has ex changed cracks with those who would joke him about JIcKees de feat and admits he guessed wrong s Recently while discuaiing his va cation with newspapermen he was asked if he would go to Europe on an American boat Ill come back on one but prob ably go over on an Italian ship he said An Italian ship general some one asked in mocked surprise as the others roared I get you he replied But you should see the reply I got from La Guardia after my message of con gratulations Fiorello and I long have been warm personal friends Will Sheppard Continue Senate gallery observers are wonderingif an event which has occurred annually for the last 13 years on the senate floor is tobe re enacted next Jan 16 Jan 16 1919 is the day on which the thirtysixth state ratified the eighteenth amendment Every year since then at higi noon Senator Sheppard of Texas father of pro hibition has taken to the senate floor and praised the results to the nation Jan 16 1934 will see the amend ment definitely out of the constitu tion Sheppards friends however believe he will speak and sound the keynote for the renewal of effort to bring back national prohibition 109i Iowa Loans OMAHA Nov 30 Officials of the Omaha federal land banks iinnounced that a total of 078800 was paid out in Iowa on 3094 loans during November Wea IOWA WEATHER little change In Unsettled temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 44 Minimum In Night 25 At 8 A M Thursday S3 OFFICIAL GROUP F R Completes Talks With Governor Black and Bruere By FRANCIS M STEPHEIVSON WARM SPRINGS Ga Nov 30 D Roosevelt spent his first Thanksgiving today as president of the United States and it was set aside for his family and the children of this foundation It was down here on Pine moun tain that Mr Roosevelt issued the proclamation for Thanksgiving and it was here yesterday that he indi cated satisfaction with his recov ery program and it would be continued v The secretary agriculture Henry Wallace and Mrs Wallace were the only official visitors here today and they were present as a part of the family with President and Mrs Roosevelt Completes Talks Last night the president com pleted his official talks in a brief meeting with Eugene Black gov ernor of the federal reserve board and Henry Bruere federal credit coordinator It amounted to a quick check up on the progress of business and the availability of credit for industry and agriculture So far as any question about the managed cur rency campaign was concerned in the attitude of those two financial leaders of the government it was set aside by Blacks declaration that he was fighting to put through the program Sends Out Message On the eve of Thanksgiving Mr Roosevelt sent out a message through a talk to the boys of the civilian conservation corps in camp here that he wanted this work to continue another year He also made it known yesterday that he intended to ask for more public works funds to continue the job making campaign of this program There were two Thanksgiving dinners today for the president At noon he and Mrs Roosevelt and immediate members of the family sat about the festive table at the little white house on Pine moun tain New Georgia Hall Tonight he goes to the new Georgia hall of the foundation to sit as usual with the children pa tients here and their guests at the dinner table A 35 pound turkey from 56 year old Mrs Eliza Manry of Goggins Ga was selected as the prize of the many birds sent here for the Thanksgiving day festival But every one of this community and state had some part in the presidential Thanksgiving day ob servance The boys of the civilian conservation corps had a big cake ready and the women of Waycross Ga Womens club supplied the Georgia decorations of pine cones autumn leaves and other native pieces Lindberghs Take Off From Porto Praia on Flight to Bathurst PORTO PRAIA Cape Vcrdea Islands Nov 30 and Mrs Charles A Lindbergh took off to day for Bathurst capital of Gambia in the big seaplane which brought them here Monday From Gambia a small British colony just north Dakar Senegal they planned to continue to Portu guese Guinea Dakar is about 400 miles from here At first they had planned to fly to Dakar but abandoned the idea because of reports of yellow fever there TL1 PresidentSpends FamilyMSDAYNOTTO WALLACES ONLY I MARYLAND TROOPS FACE MOB AT ARMORY TROOPS CALLEDI WNDONNEWSPAPER I MEAN CHANGE IN VISITORS FROM flirmmiinir MUCH OF NATION Maryland militia with fixed bayonets holding crowds In check at the armory m Salisbury Md to which Press hy the nriEcrc1 of arrest of four men us alleged lynchors Central Plucky Girl TAX AND LliUOR ISSUES ON WAY and Hot Soup Legislation Still in Hands of House and Senate Committees DES MOINES Nov 30 its fourth week the special session of the general assembly progressed toward consideration of tax revi sion and liquor control and disposed of several controversial questions which had cropped up The tax revision and liquor con trol legislation still was in the hands of committees but develop ments of the three days the assem bly met this week before acijourn for Thanksgiving indicated that they will be brought out shortly for floor consideration Most of the legislators took ad vantage of the Thanksgiving holi day to spend the day in their homes over the state the house having adjourned until next Mon day and the senate until Friday morning To Meet Friday The senate is expected to meet Friday without enough members present to constitute a quorum in which case it also probably will ad journ until Monday During the week the house com mittee on liquor control received a tentative draft of a portion of the proposed liquor control bill the provisions following largely the recommendations of the governors commission The senate committee on tax re vision received a report of a sub committee on the interim tax bill S F 1 and announced plans for a public hearing on the measure for p m next Monday Controversial Measures Defeat of the Moscow dam bill in the house and the Sunday blue law repeal measure in the senate yesterday disposed of two contro versial measures which have been up in previous assembly sessions Iowa ratification of the proposed child labor amendment to tho fed eral constitution advanced a step through senate approval of a reso lution sponsored by Senator Pen dray The house where the measure vis returned from committee with out recommendation probably will consider the question nryt week Action Completed Legislative action was completed on the resolution to provide for the printing of the Brookings institu tion report on governmental reor Turn to 18 Column Possible Tragedy Is Turned Into Real Thanksgiving WINDSOR Ont Nov 30 plucky girl and a bottle of hot suup helped turn possible tragedy into a real Thanksgiving for nine passen gers of a plane that came down last night in Lake St Clair The girl Kathleen Smith of Chi cago hostess on an American Air ways plane opened the door and shivered neck deep in icy water while aiding the passengers to a safe perch atop the wings Soup From Cabin The soup which bobbed up from the cabin in a vacuum bottle was salvaged eagerly and warmed chill ed bodies during tho wait for res cuers from the nearby Canadian shore But neither the girl nor the soup the passengers agreed after they had been given medical attention at Riverside deserved all the praise in the fortunate escape They raised a cheer for Pilot Dean Smith of Summit N J and the way he pancaked his plane flat against the ice encrusted lake in the darkness so that the wings kept it from going down though the body broke through Suffer From Cold They waited many drenched and all suffering from the cold for 20 minutes while the rescue party in boats cut a channel through the Ice Smith said he decided to alight after engine trouble added to diffi culties already raised by strong head winds whin had plagued him all the way from Buffalo and a rap idly diminishing gasoline supply Hull Urged to Visit Argentina Brazil MONTEVIDEO Nov 30 Secretary of State Cordell Hull will prolong his stay in South America if he cares to take advantage of his invitations Already it became known today he has been urged to visit Argentina and Brazil after the PanAmerican conference opening here Sunday Report Georgia Mob on Way to Get Prisoner Under Sentence MILLEDGEVILLE Ga Nov 30 Milledgevillo company of the Georgia national guard assem bled inthcir armory early today af ter state prison farm officials re ceived a report that a mob from north Georgia was eiiroute here to seize a Negro under death sentence for attacking a white woman The troops were awaiting instruc tions from Gov Euceno Talmadge in Atlanta The home of Supt B H Dunaway said the report of the mob came fromGovernor Talmadge by telephone from At lanta Attorneys for the Negro appealed to the governor for protection The Negro Mack James was sentenced to bob electrocuted tomorrow but an appeal to the state supreme court automatically stayed the sentence Therewere no definite reports from other quarters respecting a mob Manning Answers Petition at Ottumwa Seeking His Removal OTTUMWA Nov 30 a detailed statement Mayor Edwin C Manning today defended the city administration of Ottumwa and answered a petition asking removal of himself and two commissioners The petition was filed late yester day in district court by Attorney General Edward L OConnor at the direction of Gov Clyde L Herring petition asks ouster of Man ning and Commissioners W L Dlsbrow and John Davies on gen eral charges of willful and habitual neglect or refusal to perform the duties of his office willful miscon duct or maladministration in olfice and corruption Hearing on Friday Heaving on the petition was set for Friday morning before Judge Charleg Wennerstrum The mayors statement sets forth in detail the administrations ex planation of charges made in the petition Including an investigation by a federal public works investi gator transfer oE city funds with out approval of the budget director premiums on official surety bonds payment by tho city of private telephone calls use of city gasoline and automobiles for private pur poses payment of money for city advertising and other counts Here in Ottumwa Mannings formal statement ijald we have had n recordfor looking after our unemployed of which we feel we may be proud We have made work tor the unemployed even as presi dent Roosevelt is making work today Picks and Shovels I have no doubt but that the United States government has pur chased a few picks and shovels Turn In Fane 10 Column T Six Communists in Germany Executed COLOGNE Germany Nov 30 WPJ communists were executed in the Cologne jail today for shooting two storm troopers named Winter berg and Spangenherg Those exe cuted wore Otto Waeser Hermann Hamrcher Bernard Willms Hein ilch Horsch Joseph Moritz and Joseph Engel Ritchie Critical Upon Freeing of Four Men Held After Lynching BALTIMORE Nov 30 release of four suspects in the Prin cess Anne lynching brought from Gov Albert C Ritchie a critical statement on the manner in which their liberty waa restored The H Thompson Irving Adkins William Hearn and William S freed late yesterday at a habeas corpus hearing before Judges John R Pat tison and Robert F Duer at Prin cess Anne The hearing lasted only eight minutes during which the prisoners counsel claimed there were no war rants no commitments and no wit nesses for the state and States At torney John B Robins said lie had no evidence to present Chief Judge Patison handed down the decision LONDON NEWSPAPER OFFERS TRIBUTE TO FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT LONDON Nov 30 The Daily Express often outspoken in its criticism of American af fairs paid tribute to President Roosevelt today with an editorial headed Here Is a Han In America it said Roose velt stands up to furious on slaughts Tlie Wall street banks line up against him His old friends and colleagues desert in droves Their flight is shameful The president is tackling a job which would be enough to break moat mens hearts The mess WHS made by interests in a panic Roosevelt keeps his nerve He carries on and he will carry through Other news from over there concerns a fresh wave lynch ing A country which lets crim inals ply their trade unchecked and then takes the law Into its own hands and goes mad wants In a1 crisis Americans areIiicky to have found him Davenport Publisher to Go to Capital to Seek Airport Funds DES 1IOINES Nov 30 Ralph W Cram Davenport publish er will leave tonight for Washing ton to seek for Iowa a allotment of the to he spent on airport building and Im provement by the CWA Cram was appointed by Gov Clyde L Herring yesterday as chairman of the aeron autics committee Iowa following a conference here of representatives of 10 Iowa cities seeking airport aid MURRAY CHECKS ON GRID TICKETS Calls Out National Guard for Football Game in Oklahoma OKLAHOMA CITY Nov 30 William H Murray disclosed today that his mysterious order calling national guard troops to duty at the University of Okla homas football stadium for this afternoons Oklahoma Oklahoma Aggie game was for the purpose of checking the ticket sales The governors order callingout Battery B One Hundred Eighty ninth field artillery Chickasha guard unit declared a military zone 2ifect around each gate and ticket booth at the stadium and directed the troops take charge of ticket sales and the collection of tickets Governor Murray declined to elab orate on the purpose of the action and his order indicated only that ho wanted a complete check of the football receipts Some Commonwealths Have Control Laws All Ready By ASSOCIATED FKESS Bacchus that old Romon deity of drink comes out of retirement next Tuesday and many of the states are mailing to make hia reappearance i gala event but orderly and legal vithnl A survey of the liquor situation oday shows that several of the ommonwcalths are ready with regu latory legislation for the date on which the twentyfirst constitu tional amendment becomes effec tive In other states legialatvwca are busy enacting measures to permit their constituents to quaff liquor December 5 To some pf the com roonwealtha the big day wont meana thlrifc Ddnk In Hotels In Pennsylvania the bibulous may drink Jn hotels restaurants and clubs from Dec B until Jan 2 at which time the state will take over ail bottle and case liquor trade New Yorkers will he legally enti tled to imbluc but therell be no swinging doors oldfnahioned sa oons or bars Ohios enforcement statutes will in effect until December 6 when the legislature meets to en act control measures The Oregon assembly will endeav or to perfect control legislation be fore next Tuesday Roosevelt Sends His Congratulations Upon Wedding Anniversary NORFOLK Nebr Nov 30 A message of congratulations from President Frnnklin D Roosevelt warmed the hearts of Mr and Mrs Charles Ledcrsr today as they ob served their sixtieth wedding anni versary How official circles learned of the event is not known by the Lederers Married on Thanksgiving day in 1873 in Whlteside 111 the Lederers came to Norfolk in 18S1 Commander of Canadian Forces During War Dies MONTREAL Quo Nov 30 further enhanced after he be Sir Arthur Currie commanderin chief of the Canadian corps in France and principal and vice chan cellor of McGill university since 1920 died here early today He was 57 years old Sir Arthur was taken to a hos pital Nov 7 suffering from block ade of a blood vessel in the mid brain Pneumonia which had devel oped Sunday brought the ccid nt a m Sir Arthurs distinction was chief ly due to his success as a soldier and a commander but capacity for came head Born in of McGill Napperton Middlesex organization led to his reputation I ford of Montreal county Ont Dec 5 1876 he went to the Pacific coast in 1891 and soon took an interest in military affairs in Victoria He went over seas with the rank of brigadier gen eral as commander of the First Canadian division which post he held until he became commandcrln chief of the Canadian corps Besides Lady Currlc Sir Arthur is survived by a son Garner Orma by Cnrrie a student at McGill and a daughter Mrs A T Gait Durn W1I1 Not Wait cities Washington cities are taking steps toward the return intoxicants without waiting for the special legislative session to con vene Dec 14 to enact control mea sures Callfornians will drink whisky in heir homes but may have and beers with their mealg in public dining rooms There is a local option law in Ne vada and no taboo on saloons The Missouri legislature will toil over tho weekend to decide on low when and where citlzenn shall drink Control Not Itcndy With weak winef and 32 per cent beer Michigan will ceieorate the exit of national prohibition rirst state to vote for repeal It has not yet set up control machinery In most parts of Louisiana if quor hasbeen sold openly since ro leal was voted BO December 5 will just another day Liquor sale will bn illegal Tucadav Turn o 10 Column fi CANDY RECIPES Tills booklet was prepared to meet a widespread demand for a compact volume dealing with making candy in small quanti ties Many of tho 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 ia required Enclose 6 cents in coin carefully wrapped Use this coupon Mnflon City GlolieGnzette Information Bureau Frcilnric J Hagkln director Washington D C I Inclose 6 cents in coin carefully prappcd for the booklet on Candy Recipes Name Street City State Mail to Washington D C 1   

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