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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 6, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                IT North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWAKS NKIGHBOKS HOME EDITION VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPT ASSOCIATED PBEBS LEASED WIRE EERViCB MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 6 1933 THIS FAFER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 50 Norris Has New Dream Plan of Developing Missouri Valley His Latest By HERBERT FLUMMEH rASHINGTON Dec 6 George Norris of Nebraska who perhaps has seen more than the average mans share of dreams come true within the past few months is about to embark on an other ambitious venture He wants set up in the Mis souri valley a federal authority which will seek to do for that section of the na tion what the Tennessee Valley au thority has in mind for the vast re gion around Muscle Shoals in the south The 72 year old senator denies there is anything new about his pro posal He prefers rather to look upon it as another part of a nation al project he has championed for years With the advent of the new dear administration Norris saw his dream of a great social and eco nomic experiment in the Tennessee valley realized For years he battled against the stiffest and most stubborn opposi tion to bring Muscle Shoals under federal operation Start of Series Norris regards the Tennessee val ley project as the first of a series of like projects which ultimately may embrace all the major river valleys of the country Muscle Shoals was selected as the first link in the experiment because of the presence of gigantic dams and nitrate plants capable of early oper ation It is possible with the equip ment already at hand to make a start toward manufacturing cheap power to municipalitiesapd orgtuiiiatlpiiB and The Missouri valley Norris be lieves is the most logical project to tackle next There are problems there of pressing importance he says Flood control is vital Irriga tion is a real need Soil erosion is a menace Vital Problems The manufacture of fertilizer doesnt enter Snto this project but cheap electric power does Heres a typical problem in the Missouri valley One section claims its average rainfall In past years hag been 18 inches Average evaporation for the same period la placed at 32 Inches Unless something is done inhabi tants of this region contend they will be forced before long to vacate their homes to make a living else where It is to attempt a solution of this and other problems that Norris seeks the creation of a Missouri Valley Authority Where once he might have looked upon such a pro posal as doubtful of fulfillment the senator now ia enthusiastically hope ful of early realization CORNHOC CONTRACT APPROVED Lindberghs Span Ocean Reach South America DEATH PENftLTY FOR 2ND NEGRO Norris Convicted of Attack Upon White Woman in Scottsboro Case DECATUR Ala Dec 6 Clarence Norris the second of seven Negro defendants in the Scotta taoro case retried on a charge of attacking a white woman was con victed today by a Morgan county jury The sentence automatically carries the death penalty Norris was the second of seven Negroes to he retried and convicted on charges of attacking two white women near Scottsboro Ala on a freight train two years ago Heywood Patterson Uie first was convicted last week and given the death sentence Cases of the five remaining Ne groes under indictment for the at tacks have bean postponed by Judge W W Caiiaway pending an appeal in the cases of Patterson and Nor ris Krt FESTIVITY UPON RETURN OF HARD LIQUOR IS QUIET U S Works to Adjust Itself to New Order of Things VVASHINGTON Dec 6 nation that had made federal pro hibition just a repealed constitution al amendment worked hard today to adjust itself to the new order of things And surprisingly to some the 20 states whose laws permitted the sale of hard liquor after Utah late yesterday became the thirtysixth to ratify repeal had comparatively few citizens feeling the worse to day for celebrations Throughout the country the festivities seemed to lack the fervor some had forecast In many cases the supply was scant in several states regulatory setups had not been completed so the liquor suppliers were few Saloon Js Barred There were too many indications that a number of state officials ex pected to follow the lead of Presi dent Roosevelt who in proclaiming repeal of the nearly 14 year old law stated hla future aims in these words The policy of the government will be to see to it that theaoclal and political evilsthat have existed In thef preprqhibltlon era shall not revlvEdnorpermitted agalnvto f He asked especiallylthat no state shall by law or otherwise authorize the return of the saloon either in its old form or in some modern guise and said the objective we seek through a national policy is the edu cation of every citizen toward a greater temperance throughout the Already Under Codes The organization he wag creating to effectuate that declared policy plugged away on the hundreds of problems necessiated by the repeal of a law which left no regulatory statutes in its place The recovery and agricultural acts with their code provisions were being used until congress could enact necessary laws Distillers brewers and importers already were under codes hearings had just been held on one for the rectifiers and blenders Numerous attempts were being made to keep bootleggers from profiting by the expected increased demand Joseph H Choate Jr who is head of the new federal alcohol control administration hi one of his first orders tried to speed legiti mate supplies Continues Issuing Permits The temporary liquor Import committee which he heads contin ued issuing permits for immediate importation of Americantype bourbon and rye whisky suitable for blending The committee did not say how much of that liquor would be adndtted but officials estimated Canada had nearly 20000000 gal lons which could be Imported into the United Sttaes Negotiations continued with other Turn to Fate 2 Column MUST SIT TO DRINK STORES SHUT IN NATAL TO GREET BIG MONOPLANE Lrowds Throng Streets and Docks of Town m Brazil NATAL Brazil Dec fi and Mrs Charles A Lindbergh ar rived here this afternoon after a 1875 mile flight across the South Atlantic ocean from Bathurgt Gam bia Africa The great monoplane landed on he harbor here at p m Braz ilian time p m The streets and docks were thronged with huge crowds of Braz ilians who had waited throughout the day for the arrival of the fa mous American couple All Stores Closed By general agreement all busi ness houses and stores in the city Perpendicular drinking Is pro hibited by liquor control rules In Chicago and other places and Gertrude Koenlg demon strates i how spirits must he sipped under these restrictions ILLINOIS FARMER 1933 CORN KING Holmes Takes Crown Witl Krugs Yellow New Variety CHICAGO Doc 6 Uli nois farmer C Worth Holmes o Joy today won the title oS 1933 corn king of the world Holmes won with Krugs yellow a special type corn It was the firs time this type of grain ever won the grand championship which usually goea to older types of corn Only Illinois and Indiana farm ers have crashed the throne room of the ruler over all growers of corn Iowa which according to a song grows the worlds tallest corn never has in tbe opinion of judges at the International Grain and Hay show submitted the worlds best samples of corn at Chicago LINDBERGHS FLY OCEAN FROM EAST TO WEST 30 YEARS PROGRESS By ASSOCIATED PRESS Dec Wright makes first airplane flight last ing 12 seconds Dec and Mrs Charles A Lindbergh arrive in Brazil after flying about 18000 miles in five months were closed for nearly an hour be f ore airival to cele event v The streets vvere gaily decorated for the fiesta For more than a week past the populace had been excited by the reports that Colonel Lindbergh and his wife the former Miss Anne Morrow would return to the American continent through their city Third Time Across For Lindbergh it was the third aerial spanning of tie Atlantic His first flight in 1927 skyrocketed him to the attention of the whole world On that occasion flying the fa mous old ship Spirit of St Louis he stayed In the air 33 Vi hours be fore the lights of Le Bourget field appeared before him The distance on that occasion was 3610 miles al most double what he did today with his wife at the wireless set Mrs Kemp Offers to Enter Primary Race in Louisiana NEW ORLEANS Dec 6 Mrs Bolivar E Kemp claimed by the administration to have been elected to congress from the sixth congressional district yesterday to day offered to cancel the results of yesterdays procedure and enter a party primary for the post Thin photo shows un aerial view ot the airport and seaport at Natal Brazil where Col and Mrs Charles A TJndbergh above landed at the conclusion ot their 2000 mile westeast trimsAtlantic flight from Bathurst West Africa The flight routed in map marks one of the filial stages in the five month aerial survey of airfootes conductedby the Undborghs Wea IOWA WEATHER Unsettled Wednesday night and Thursday wanner in cen tral and eastern portions Wed nesday night Colder In west and north portions Thursday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for M hour period ending at 8 oclock Wednesday morning Maximum Tuesday 36 Minimum in Night 15 At 8 A M Wednesday 18 Wet New Jersey Legally Dry 11 Hours After Repeal Legislature Bill Over Veto of Governor TRENTON N J Dec 6 Wet New Jersey which for 11 hours after prohibition ended was legally dry set up at a m today a liquor control plan which the legis lature frankly admitted was exper imental Vetoed as unconstitutional by Gov A Harry Moore the plan first approved a week ago today was repassed by the republican majority In both houses The vote in the as sembly to override the veto was 32 to 21 and in the senate 11 to 6 The state was legally dry from the time Utah ratified the twenty first amendment until the repass age of the liquor control bill A law passed in 1898 made it Illegal to sell alcoholic beverages without a license No New law The temporary absence of a new law made the 1888 statutes effec tive for 11 hours Under the control law municipal ities may issue retail licenses but a state appeal hoard composed of the governor and the presiding offi cers of both houses is empowered to revoke or grant licenses after hearings The bill names D Frederick Bur nett Newark lawyer as state com missioner at a salary of yearly for a seven year term He will issue brewers wholesalers and transportation licenses and has broad powers to promulgate regula tions to govern sales Message of Veto Governor Moores veto message was transmitted last night after re publican leaders refused to accept hia proposal to recall the bill and amend it to meet his objections The governor also objected to the personnel of the appeal board say ing no one belonging to the legisla tive and executive branches of the government can exercise judicial functions The members of the board besides himself will be Senate President Emerson L Richards of Atlantic and Speaker Herbert J Pascoe of Union COUNCIL TO AID RECOVERY MOVE Roosevelt Creates Group to Throw Clearer Light on U S Activities WASHINGTON Dec 6 President Roosevelt today created a national emergency council to co ordinate the Information services throughout the country so as to throw a clearer light upon the gov ernments recovery activities The council will consist of the secretaries of the interior agricul ture commerce and labor the ad ministrators of the agricultural ad justment administration the NRA the federal emergency relief organ ization the Home Loan organiza tion the farm credit administration and a representative of the consum ers council Walker on Council The president hag designated Frank Walker executive secretary of the executive council to serve as director of the new council for the time being State directors to coordinate the work of county and city subcoun cils will be appointed Serve as Bureau The principal purpose of the or ganization will be to serve as a cen tral information bureau for all those seeking information about government agencies The new step resulted from a study of existing field agencies of the government in which it was found that in some cases there were six to twelve government represen tatives in localities with citizens not knowing which to inquire of for information when they sought to deal with a federal agency DOCTOR FOUND BEATEN SLAIN Wife in Custody Says She Didnt See or Hear a Thing LOS ANGELES Dec 6 VV Dewey WIghtman prominent physician was shot and beaten to death in his palatial home overlook ing Silver Lake early today Detectives took into custody for questioning his attractive red haired wife Josephine a former nurse I didnt hear or see a thing was the only statement police could get from the woman Neighbors said the couple had returned from a social visit a short while before they heard the shot and notified police Beside the body of the physician who was fully clothed lay a 22 cal ibre rifle its stock broken Police said the man had been struck re peatedly with the weapon and that a bullet from it had pierced his body A hammer also was found in the room The couple are the parents of three children ranging in age from 14 months to five years Now Is Time to Speed Up Cheer Fund Previous reported C E M L S Henry Hotel friends New total SflOOO 100 100 100 160 Milk Drinker Goes Right to Loop Bar CHICAGO Dec 6 was too surprised to ask him his shoved and pushed his way through the throngs surround ing a famous old Loop har last night and said to the obliging bar tender Ill have a glass of milk please Killed by Freight Train MARQUETTE Dec 6 mer Denison 20 Excelsior Minn was killed while attempting to board a freight train He was dragged about 150 feet Civil War Veteran MONTICELLO Dec 6 neral arrangements were being made for Dr J W Benadom 90 Civil war veteran who died of a heart attack after being held up in the city park yesterday Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Dec about the noble experi ment It is just starting Every state 13 in doubt as to how their liquor will be handled Say its not how the state will handle its liquor its how the folks will handle theirs States are going to have scandal over the sale of It and politicians will fight over the taxes of it But anyhow the first week will be the hardest Yours WILL ROGERS CtpyrtKht 1933 Sjndlcaet The Christmas Cheer fund has al ways been slow in getting a start The first has come harder than any subsequent 5500 when that much has been raised This year Is no exception to the rule It would he easy to become dis couraged with the outlook if the giv ing capacity of this community hadnt been proved so many times Theres a long hard pull between the amount rec orded today and the goal of this solicitation hut those In charge have ev ery confidence that it will be reached j Full Ton of Candy A committee of Ju nior Chamber of Com merce members was at work Tuesday and Wed nesday completing ar rangements for the dis tribution of a full ton of Christmas candy in con nection with a commun itywide Yule celebra tion in Central park two weeks from now This candy purchased at abso 1 te cost without a cent of profit to anybody will bring its note of Christmas cheer to some four or five thousand needy youngsters a larger number than could possibly be reached in any other way with a like expenditure from this fund The project is giving a new appeal to the cause There arc many in the commun ity who will not find it possible to give this year perhaps more than at any time in the past Thats why those who can give even at a sac rifice must do so without stint Is the Goal Through an error in the GlobeGa zettes art department the goal ac companying the Christmas Stocking index accompanying Tuesdays story was given as 1000 Thats dead wrong The proper amount Js 52000 By this time it should be possible for just about everybody to decide on the amount of the contribution to this cause Help Is desperately needed on the first fSOO of this cam paign Why delay sending your check or your currency to Christmas Cheer Fund The GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa Lets pass the J100 mark by the next issue What do you say HOUSE VOTES TO END JUDGMENTS Ballots 94 to 4 to Outlaw Deficiency Claims to Aid Farmer DES MOINES Dec 6 ficiency judgments would be out lawed In Iowa under a bill passed hy the house of representatives to day by a vote of 04 to J The measure was sponsored hy Representatives Looklngbill of Story and Rice of Keokuk Such action was suggested by the administration and forms a part of the further farm relief legislation which the governor advocated in his message to the special session Recognize Farm Need Farmers were given further rec ognition by passage of the Ritchie measure reducing sealers fees on WALLACE URGES COMMITTEES TO HURRY UP WORK Signers Have to Slash Acreage by at Least 20 Per Cent WASHINGTON Dec 6 retary Wallace today approved thr contract to be offered farmers toi participation in the cornhog production adjustment plan and appointed committees in six mlddleweatern states to work for success of the plan He urged the chairmen of com mittees in Iowa Nebraska Minne sota Missouri South Dakota and Indiana to convene their immediately to plan the campaign organization work Committees are being organized In Illinois Knnsns and Ohio Surplus Piling Up In behalf of the plan Secretary Wallace said tile surplus of corn and hogs has been piling up for a good many years only partly from our loss of the export market and considerably from the decline in corn fed to horTos and mules The plan requires producers who sign the contract to reduce their corn acreage not less than 20 per cent below the average acreage planted corn for 1932 and 1933 The producer also agrees to reduce in 1934 the number of Utters farrowed 25 per cent below the annual aver ge number of Utters owned by him etween Dec 1 1B31 to Dec 1 1933 ind to reduce the number of hogs iroduced for market In 1934 Httera 25 per ceot below the annual aver age inuring the jiast Not to Signers of the contract also agree not to increase in 1D34 the total icreajre of crop planted for harvest he acreage planted for each crop he total acreage of feed crops oth er than corn and bay the number of any kind of livestock other thnn hogs designated as n basic com modity in the agricultural adjust ment act The contract also stipulates that lignera shall not increase the ag gregate corn acreage on other land hey own not covered by reduction ontract and that they shall pro ilblt the use of contracted acreage or anything except pasture soli Im provement erosion prevention fal owing weed eradication or plani ng of timber Forbidden Sell NOT TO ADJOURN DES MOINES Dec 6 Representative Bruce D of Po cahontas county ajinounced to day 81 signatures had been ob tained on a pledge not to ad journ the special session of the legislature until a reasonably satisfactory tax revision law is enacted grain The senate passed the meas ure sponsored by Representative Ritchie today by a vote ot 46 to 0 It was immediately sent to the house which suspended its rule anc by a vote of 98 to 2 approved the senate action The bill will reduce the fees giv en the state for not only the sealing of corn but other grains The mens ure provides that the sealers fee shall not exceed one half cent a bushel that the cost for a single warehouse shall not be less than nor more than S25 that the cost o issuing a license shall be JlSO In stead of 3 and approving the ap plication for a group organization 50 cents instead of Only Ono Opponent The only member to speak agains the deficiency judgment bill wa Representative Johnson of Linn HI claimed It was unconstitutional a It impaired contracts and deprive the owner of his property withou due process of law Representatives Lookingbill am Rice claimed that it would rellcv dire conditions and pointed out tha deficiency Judgments forced many persons into bankniptcy Representative Mitchell of Web ster differed with Reprcscntativ Johnson on the constitutionality He said It would not effect existing contracts and asserted that the mortgage moratorium passed in the regular session had given realty owners added credit instead of hin lo Z Column tl Contract signers are also forbid len to sell or assign the contract or payment or claim for payment inder the contract except under special circumstances Signers of contracts will be sub ject to examination of their prop erty and records on production or sale of corn hogs and other basic commodities In return for abiding by the terms of this agreement all contract sign ers will receive reduction payments at the rate of 30 cents a bushel on the estimated yield of the contracl acreage based on the post five year crop production of the acreage Payment Not Made However payment will not re made on acres In excess of 30 pei cent of the average corn acreage Tarn to 2 Colnmn 1 CURIOUS CUSTOMS When you sec a stone or iron ball on the wall of a peaceful country estate do you realize Its ancestor was a human head When you watch the dignified ceremony of laying a corner stone do you realize this cere mony was originally performed with human Many 01 our customs today are carried over from the earliest barbaric times and most of them were heathen and bloody rites The booklet Curious Customs Is an expose that lays bare the real beginnings of the harmless cere monies and customs we practice today Use this coupon Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Frederic J Haskin Hlrcctor Wiishlnjrton D C I inclose 6 cents in coin carefully wrapped for the booklet on Curious Cuntoms Name Street City State Mail to Washington D CM   

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