Mason City Globe Gazette, December 12, 1933

Mason City Globe Gazette

December 12, 1933

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 12, 1933, Mason City, Iowa c n North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NOHTIt IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY DECEMBER 12 1933 THIS PAPEH CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS ON ONE NO 55 He Tried to Halt Break Wallace Sought to Prevent Breach in AAA WALLACE ASKS FARM BUREAU AID AS KING TON Dec 12 Tlio se familiar with the situa tion say Secre tary Wallace em pi o y e d every means within his power to prevent an open breach within his offi cial ranks in the AAA codes con trover sy It had been an open secret that dissension b e twcen Adminis trator Peek of the Agricultural Adjustment Ad and the socalled young liberals had increased steadily during the past few weeks At the bottom of the whole thing it appears was the insistence of the young liberals that the govern ment have strict control over food processing industries obtained by means of marketing agreements with all processors and distributors extending even as far aa the pro fits of business salaries of execu tives and the like For this reason and because Peek is opposed to restricting business profits the two came into direct conflict Rolph nnfl F D R Politicians didnt overlook what some of them described as the po lite tolerance of Governor Rolph of California at President Roosevelts views onlynching made in his ad dress to churchmen I have no desire to start a pon tvoversy with our president for I hold him in too high esteem and re spect said Rolph The governor didnt hesitate to strike back at former President Hoover when he broke hu silence Iqr Uraejplnse th 8 Iowa Counties Put Full Quota of Men to Work SAYS NOT TO BE Jose Rolph Ifcft no doubt M to how he felt about Mr Hoover3 attack on him Of course the two incidents are J not parallel Rolph hardly could af to ignore an attack from Hoo ipver a fellow Californian for sever al reasons A For one thing it is hinted thai he has his eyes on a senate seat j noon to be contested in California With Californias first citizen publicly denouncing him there was a threat at any hopes he might have for the future Platforms Pass It Up Incidentally theres no reference to lynching in either of the two par fi ties 1932 platforms The democrats have avoided mention of the subject in all their platforms but it has oeen an important plank in the re publicans since 1920 I Although the democrats have jj been silent on the subject in the past some observers believe the re iy marks by Mr Roosevelt before th Federal Council of Churches of n Christ in America definitely com raits the party on this question i1 His reference to lynch law as a I vile form of collective murder cer J1 tainly leaves no doubt as to where A the head of the democratic party stands on this question Waterloo Seeks Aid to Build City Hal WATERLOO Dec 12 Waterloo city council Monday nigh voted to apply to the federal pub lie works administration for a loan and grant of 5350000 for construe tion of a new city hall and civic auditorium 2 CWA PROJECTS FOR MASON CITY TO USE 20 1 MEN Two Large Projects for Benton County Get Approval DBS MOINES Dec 12 UP B H Mulock state civil works admin istrator today reported that eight towa counties had put their full al lotments of CWA men at work Thats the thing weve been working night and day for he said There ought to ba lot more of reports like that before tomorrow morning The eight counties are the first in the state to reach the goal of all men on the job set by Muiock for Wednesday New Major Projects At the same time the office of Prof George Keller state civil works engineer announced the ap proval of several new major pro jects includinga water works ex tension and water reservoir clean ing in Charitou to cost 51388250 This job will use 35 men The eight counties and the quotas they now have on the job are Scott 3571 Appanoose 895 Ma hoska 671 Monona 458 Jones 395 ri 394 Ida 235 and Winne ilkian City submitted twbiclean Dickinson Supports CornHog Program WASHINGTON Dec 12 Senator L J Dickinson RIa v urged Iowa farmers to sign up un der the cornhog program nnd said V that the civil works program is the most effective form of tempor ary relief proposed so far 3ftr Weatnag IOWA WEATHER Increasing cloudiness some what warmer Tuesday night Wednesday probably snow Warmer In central nnd east portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for j24 hour period ending at 8 oclock iTuesday morning Maximum Monday 11 Above Minimum n Night 7 above At 8 A M Tuesday 10 above After dipping below the zero Tpmrk for the first and only time this treason the mercury Tuesday mom s figstopped at 7 degrees above zero ifrlouds obscured the sun and snow jjappeared to be a real possibility of he Bltuatlon building and trimming of trees and shrubs around schools The city building job was approved with an allowance of Fifteen men will work on it The schools pro ject will employ five men and cost 87750 To Use 53 Men Chariton besides its waterworks improvement will use 53 men In a pavement repair project It will cost Ralph Cram of Davenport W P assistant engineer and C E Sherwood operator of the pri vately owned Ottumwa airport con ferred here this morning on a plan which it was believed would result ultimately in the municipal opera tion of the Ottumwa air field Because CWA funds are not avail able to private enterprises Ot tumwa aviation supporters leek to have the city take over the airport by Jan 15 it was said Cedar River Banks One Benton county project ap proved this morning was for rip rapping the banks of the Cedar river at a cost of and giving work to 40 men The cost will go for labor alone Vinton supplying all materials The second Benton project pro vides an extension of an original al lotment for operation of stone crushing equipment to supply ma terials for Benton county CWA work Twenty men will be given em ployment at a cost of The drive for preparing civil works service projects for women followed allocation of county quotas yesterday of the states allotment for 4000 jobs for women Six coun ties received approval of CWS pro jects yesterday The jobs will em ploy 288 women Tentative Approval Three airport projects gained ten tative approval in the CWA office today They included Constructing runways and drain ing the municipal airport at Center Turn io pnge 1 column 4 CheerFund Total Near Mark Woman Supplements Dollar Gift With Handmade Toys Previously Reported H D R 500 E E H 200 L V F 400 Garfleld K Breese 500 tr G L Club 500 Sam Raizes Store 1000 New Total18570 With the time reduced to lesa than two weeks for the long hard pull to ward quota in the Christmas Cheer Fund interested persona have re sorted to ingenious methods for boosting the total One woman supplemented her gift of 51 with a half dozen hand made cloth animals which will be d i s t r i buted on Christmas through the So clal Welfare leagues office A m e r e h a nt sent an order for merchandise A church group was completing arrangements for a benefit play 5 00 Organizations continued to con w tribute Thepnlj lull along the whole front Was on the part of the indi vidual givers who must be reached if the project is to come through wtih flying colors Perhaps the necessary appeal will be found in a cartoon on an inside page of this issue The fund is running slightly be hind a corresponding stage In last years solicitation It is recalled that then the yeoman efforts of the Knights Templar were the thing needed to insure success Perhaps there will be a last min ute Santa Glaus for the fund this year but he shouldnt be called upon until volunteer givers have done their stuff Theyre going to of course But theyre just a bit tardy in swinging into action Theres no better time than RIGHT NOW to get that check book out Address your contribution to the Christmas Cheer Fund care of GlobeGazette Or bgng It to this office ADMITS SLAYING r r LINDBERGHS AT TRINIDAD PORT Arrive at Coast After 900 Mile Flight From Manaos PORTOFSPAIN TRINIDAD Dec 12 and Mrs Charles A Lindbergh arrived here this aft ernoon after a flight of more than 900 miles from Manaos Brazil The colonel set the big hydro monoplane down the harbor here at p m S T He had taken it off from the Amazon river in the interior of Brazil at a m E S T Throughout the long overland hop Mrs Lindbergh had operated the wireless set In the monoplane keeping in constant communication with the PanAmerican Airways wireless stations CLAIM VICTORY IN CHACO FIGHT Paraguayans Report Capture of 13000 Bolivian Soldiers By ASSOCIATED PRESS Paraguay claimed a victory today in its war with Bolivia in the Cha co Boreal From Bolivia came the announce ment of a new chief of staff for the Bolivian army Asuncion capital of Paraguay reported the surrender of more than 13000 Bolivian soldiers Mon day and the capture of large quan tities of Bolivian munitions Official communiques from La Paz capital of Bolivia did not im mediately comment on the military operations but did emphatically deny reports from Buenos Aires Argentina that Gen Hans Kundt Germanbom chief of staff of the Bolivian army had been deposed from command A later communique from La Paz however said that Gen Jose Lan za had been made acting chief of staff This was interpreted as con firming the report of Kundts re moval In Ascunsion the Paraguayans celebrated from La Paz came the official statement that the country was tranquil Amateurs Hold Up Bank in Minnesota MINNEAPOLIS Dec 12 Four bandits described by bank employei as bank amateurs up the Farmers State bank of Os seo Minneapolis suburb at noon to day escaping with 2500 in cash Aubrey Jack Wisdom 26 year old Kansas cowboy after he had made averbal confes sion Implicating himself In he kidnaping und murder of Mr anfl Mrs Harry SPrltchnrd of Wichita Control Tress Senate to Study Tax JBffl Urged by Farm Bureau House Passes 7 Measures and Kills Another by Tabling It DBS MOINES Dec 12 state senate today broadened te scope of its study of a new revenue system for Iowa to include the clas sified transactions tax proposed by the Farm Bureau Continuing its committee of the whole deliberations of the allIm portant question of tax revision the upper house decided before taking formal action to hear an explana tion of the Farm Bureau bill as well as the proposals for net and gross Income taxes Francis Johnson of Terril former speaker of the house was invited by the senate to explain the Farm Bureau bill which he assisted in drafting and has supported in ap pearances before the interim tax committee Three Finns Studied Presentation of the bill will bring to three the plans which the senate must consider before rlsjng from the committee of the whole to re FRANCE DECIDES TO DEFAULT ON US DEBT AGAIN Cabinet to Take Firm Stand in Attitude to Hitler PARIS Dec 12 UP A third de ault on the French debt to the United States was confirmed by the cabinet today At the same time a firm stand to ward Chancellor Hitler of Germany vas approved The government considers itself ound by the chambers refusal to jay the United States a year ago and since the situation has not changed in the meanwhile Joseph PaulBoncour minister of foreign affairs was instructed to reply to that effect to Washingtons bill Presented by Envoy The debt statement vas present ed to the French government by Andre Lefevre de Laboulaye French ambassador to Washington The cabinet approved Paul Bon cours vigorous declaration thai Prance would neither consent to a German army of 300000 unless the Nazi storm troops were included in the tabulation nor grant concessions in the Saar basin which Germauy wants returned to her flaer from the aegis of the League of Nations u Fpnnulatea in Detail ASK SHORT RECESS DES MOINES Dec 12 A concurrent resolution propos ing adjournment of the special session of the Iowa legislature from Dec 22 to 26 was intro duced in both houses today Under this plan the assembly would reconvene at 1 p m on Tuesday Dec 2G Sponsors of the resolution for a shortened vacation said It was designed to assure final adjourn ment of the legislature by Jan 10 with the major problems of tax revision and liquor control disposed of Senator Paul Schmidt of Iowa City introduced the resolution in the senate ue formulated in detail at the nex cabinet session after the British aaj how far they will support France and Frances allies in the matter Likewise the cabinet awaits the end of a series of conferences which are being carried on with represen tatives of the little entente Czech oslovakia Rumania and Yugoslavia on the German question Inciden tally these conversations were ex pected in diplomatic quarters to bring Bulgaria into harmony with the little entente 532200026 Due U S WASHINGTON Dec 12 The war debt payment due the United States from France Dec 15 amounts to S2220092G of which 52354438 is principal and 19S55 487 interest The French payment is seconc only in amount to that owed this month by Great Britain amount in to 1176TQ765 London has announced its inten tion of making a token payment in dollars of France has never made a token payment Last Jtme her default amounted to 540738000 and the previous December 192G1000 Debt payments due the United States Dec 15 from all foreign debtors aggregate 153024327 of which 5106405636 is interest am 516618691 principal Belgium to Default BRUSSELS Dec 12 The Belgian cabinet decided today to maintain its previous attitude con cerning Its debt to the United States that of default It made no provision for the pay ment falling due Dec 12 Discusses Opposition to Marketing Hogs Direct Iowa Shippers Head Says Interests of Many Selfish DES MOINES Dec 12 rank discusson of the opposition to direct marketing of hogs featured he address R Johnson ol Perry president of the lowu Co Dpemtive Livestock Shippers asso ciation at the annual convention here today Warning the cooperative live stock shippers that much of the op Msition to direct marketing has een traced to selfish interests out side the state Johnson said It is the responsibility of each of you to maintain the gains of our cooperative effort and you should make it a point to see that those vho represent you are familiar with your views and wishes Apparent to All It should be apparent to all of you that as producers of livestock your problems are better known to you than to those not intimately engaged in producing and market ng livestock It is your responsibil ity to see that they are informed Johnson did not mention them di rectly but his listeners assumed that he referred to bills now before the Iowa legislature to curl or to regu late purchases of hogs by packers direct from farmers He called on the membership of the shipping associations to supporl the cornhog program and said tha farmers should feel very grateful for the corn loan arrangement which had proved beneficial to farmer with a surplus of corn Convinced of Sincerity I am sure that we are al coh vinced of the sincerity of purpose of Secretary Wallace in this emer gency and I ani sure that wo are prepared to give our sympathetic suggestions and support Johnson said in commenting on the corn hog program He mentioned the establishment of the cooperative bank and produc tion credit bank scheduled to be ef fected in Omaha Nebr Tuesday as ateps that would tend to bring aid to agriculture and cooperative mar keting Low 1olnt Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Dec the prices they are charging for drinks all over the country I guess there never was as much as temperance as now Unless the government makes the drinkers some kind of a loan they just cant carry on Let the government do like they do in other federal projects match you dollar for dollars or in this case drink for drink You buy one the government buys the next Bet ter let the government buy the first Yours WILL ROGERS ConytljM 1033 McNnmrht Syndicate port Any action in committee of the whole is informal and to be come final must have the approval of the senate proper The discussion which began yes terday morning was resumed to day on S F 1 the interim commit tee bill proposing net personal in come net corporation Income and retail sales tax In addition to S F 1 and the Farm Bureau bill the senate is con sidering the gross income tax bill of which Senator Vincent Harring ton of Sioux City i9 one of the most active proponents Under the plan agreed upon the senate will consider all three bills in general and then proceed to study and work on amendments Fire of Questions Senator Irving Knudson third speaker for the interim committee bill supported the measure in the opening address this morning Sen ator John K Valentino chairman of the interim committee and Scn REICHSTAGHAS SHORT SESSION Meets for Seven and Half Minutes Adolf Hitler Not Present BERLIN Dec 12 Ger man relchstag met today for the shortest session in its seven and onehalf minutes The new parliament wa practi cally ft nazi body women and Jews were completely absent The ab sence of Chancellor Adolf Hitler who was in Wilhelmshaven was equally notable Herman Gocring Prussian premier was reelected president of the reichstag and was the only speaker He confined his remarks to record ing a unanimous sentiment for the nominations of himself and three vice presidents Then he led the house in a full throated hell Hitler and ad journed the session until further notice Passing of the low point the depression for the state association was heralded by the president be cause of the wholehearted supporl of the organization shown in plan ning for the present convention He made a plea for support for the state association and pointed out the necessity of having a full time secretary The real purpose of this conven tion and of our state organization is to develop effective cooperative livestock marketing for Iowa farm ers Johnson suid Cannot Judge Values Because the individual farmer cannot judge livestock values effec tively and because as an individual he cannot select the time and place of sale to an advantage he needs the services of a local association The first job is to develop good strong local associations in our re spective communities but we must go farther than this The program of uniting these into a strong state as sociation started in 1920 must be continued and strengthened WINTER KEEPS GRIP UPON US Moderation in Weather Seen for Some Sections of Middlewest By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Below normal temperatures snow ice and freezingwinds combine Tuesday to prolongwinters prema ture grip on much of the nation While moderation was forecas for some parts of the middlewes the cast already hard hit by frigi temperatures and snow was due tt keep on shivering the weatherman predicting that it would be gener ally colder in that area Dentils Due to Cold Several deaths directly to the cold snap have already been reported in the east where the mer cury sank as low as 24 below zero Monday That was at Owls Head New York MllwiuikG reported that zero tern peraturcs Monday resulted in fros bites to 15 CWA employes wiio were treated at hospitals It was the coldest Dec 11 Milwaukee had ex perienced since 1S7B but Milwaukee was warm compared with Superior where the temperature sagged to 20 below D Dead In Floods Nine dead in floods in the Pacific northwest four in a train and auto mobile collision at Bellefonte Pa during a snowstorm and three burned to death nt Hampden Maine while a blizzard was raging helped to swell the total of fatalities di rectly or indirectly attributed to the elements While the mercury was near zero at Detroit Maria Olszewska opera star reported someone had stolen her fur cout DISSATISFIED AT AAAS SLOWNESS 3eek Scores Radicals Raps Some Strike Leaders CHICAGO Dec 12 ary of Agriculture Wallace presi nted today a report of his stew rdship as champion of the farmers ights and asked members of tlio imerican Farm Bureau federation o bide with the Roosevelt admiim rations program for recovery Wallace sal on the speakers plaU orm at the National Farm Bureau onvention with George N Peek administrator of the agricultural tdjustment act who has been ap Ointod to another post outside tha epartment after disagreement witii ome of the Wallace policies The secretary of agriculture ivcd after Peek had finished speak ng and Peek remained to listen lia address Tnkn Brond View The farmer should look upon tlm Agricultural recovery plan Wallace said with a broad viewpoint rath er than with the gaze confined to ocal problems or questions affect ng any single crop or phase in the vide range covered by the AAA Both he and Peek urged thai farmers not be dissatisfied ovei slowness in the presidents program and both declared it already had done much more good than appeared on the surface Conceding that sprue change a in theact might ainbng them thepro ceasingtax as a meansof raising money for benefits Wallace net that the whole farm problem is of planning Calls for Debntc Debate that will ruge with great intensity this winter wna urged b ti the secretary in the formulation a new and permanent program But iie pleaded that the debate not be reduced to petty personal inter ests or small local issues One thing that must be decided said is whether the permanent program shall be simply or international Until that dejision is made Wallace continued the HI sumptjon must be that the plan is national because there is obvious ly very little foreign purchasing power for our wheat and lard at tlu present time nor is any material change conceivable within a year or two Warns Agiiinsl Loans He warned against huge loans in foreign countries to buy American products until the United States is ready for the acceptance of amounts of goods from abroad After suggesting support of thr current hogcorn plan Wallace said that the time Is coming when shall have to reconsider many of devices employed in the adjustment Mftde Kentucky Colonel WASHINGTON Dec 12 CliffWoodward secretary to Sen ator Louis Murphy was made a col onel by Gov Ruby Laffoon of Ken tucky Skeleton Is Found by Iowa CWA Workers BEDFORD Dec 12 L T Reed today was investigating the finding of a human male skele ton by CWA workers here The Irenes were uncovered near a high way Reed said they apparently had been interred for seven or eight years lowan Quarantined With Encephalitis OSKALOOSA Dec 12 Jus tice of the Peace J E Hartley was quarantined at his home today doc tors having diagnosed his Illness encephalitis sleeping His Is the second case of encephalitis reported here Furniture in Room of Farm Home Is Burned ROCKFORD Dec in an upstairs room of H E DeBuhr home three miles west of Rockford was destroyed yesterday afternoon by fire Little damage was done to the remainder of the house The lo cal fir department was called URGES TO S3 TAX ON LIQUOR Choate Says Figure Is Low Enough to Squeeze Out Bootlegger WASHINGTON Dec 12 liquor tax somewhere between 2 and 53 a gallon and low enough to squeeze out the bootlegger was ad vocated to a joint congressional committee today by Joseph K Choate Jr chairman of the federal alcohol control administration He was followed by Edward G Lowry Jr chairman of President Roosevelts interdepartmental com mittee who expressed the opinion that a blended whisky of rather low quality might eventually be sold for a quart under a a gallon federal tax The committee had rec ommended a levy of this amount Choate did not mention a speci fied figure in line with the admin istrations policy of leaving a deci sion up to congress A 220 a gal lon levy was frequently mentioned as probable Europe Gets Touch of Winter Weather LONDON Dec 32 European weather man took a page from Americas book today and dealt freezing weather In the cenj tral part of the continent Several deaths have been reported act1 Among changes recommended by various groups Wallace said are Substitution of something for thp processing tax and the licensing of every plowed field and the inaug uration of marketing farm product on a quota system Ol the licensingquota proposal he said Up to Farmers While I have been skeptical nf this undoubtedly we ought to con sider it from every angle in our farm meetings it Is up to the farm ers nnd the farm organizations In Tom to 4 column 2 FAVORITE POEMS The finest thoughts and senti ments of the race have been ex pressed In verse There arc cer tain poems every one loves This booklet Is made up of old poems those best loved from coast to coast by the people of the United States Compiled in neat booklet form for popular distribution at 30 cents cost and handling charge Use coupon MiiHon City GlobeGazette Information Burccui Frederic J Haskln I Irector Washington D C I inclose 30 cents in coin carefully wrapped for the booklet Americas Favorite Poems Name Street City State ;

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