Mason City Globe Gazette, December 26, 1933

Mason City Globe Gazette

December 26, 1933

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 26, 1933, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE IOWA ASSEMBLY TO RESUME JOB Legislation Taken Up Wil Depend on Number of Members There DES MOINES Dec 20 After its Christmas holiday the Iowa legislature will resume Its work tomorrow Just what legislation will be taken up this week will be depen dent upon the membership as some members may not return until after the new year If a large percentage is present the senate will resume its discus sion of tax revision while the house liquor control committee is hopeful of having a bill ready to report this week Both branches may adjourn Fri day over the New Year returning to work next Tuesday Governor Herring said today thai number of legislative leaders hai told him that action would probably begin promptly on major legislativ subjects after the holiday recess I think that the legislature wil come back determined to tak prompt action he said I think they are ready to wind up some o the things Waich liave been waitini and that they feel that there ha been sufficient discussion to outlin the various legislative positions FATHlPHAW UNDER ARREST Charged With Shooting o lowan Who Planned to Rewed Daughter CRESTON Dec 26 Bil Havland 24 of Benton was in a hospital here today in a serious condition the day after he hat planned a Christmas renmrrlage with Neva Sloan of Mt Ayr from whom he was divorced last spring Police arrested Homer Sloan father of the bridetobe for the shooting Sloan pleaded not guilty to a charge of assault with intent to commit great bodily injury Authorities said Havland visited the Sloan home to discuss marriage plans Sunday night and that Sloan shot him early yesterday as he left They could give BO motive for the shooting Havland drove to a Mt Ayr res taurant where he collapsed and was taken to the hospital here a bullet in the lung Shuffleboard became so popular during the reign of Henry VUI of England that It was forbidden by Jaw because it turned the people from the practice of archery Boy Born on Christmas Is CalledNoel Red Soldiers Start 86 Day 3000 Mile Ski Trip IRKUTSK U S S R Dec 26 red army soldiers have set out from here on skiis for Mos cow a distance of more than 3000 miles They hope to reach the capi tal in 86 days A BOY PUEBLO the next few years when Mr and Mrs Leater Prigmore call out Noel Noel il will not necessarily Indicate the phristraas season A six teenth born Christmas day and was christened Noel COLD AND THE LAW LA CROSSE Riley raced two bloodhounds a half mile through the Christmas cold in pur suit of an intruder who had broken into a farm house Finally he hat to give up the chase The noses of the animals were frozen WAS HE SURPRISED DU QUOIN surprising tbingto Scott Hiller a farmer was that he had so many friends Re turning from a hunting trip he found his house filled with persons who had come to extend sympathy over his death How the report got started no one seems to know A HOLIDAY PRESENT ROCHESTER Minn Crippled for seven years because of two broken legs suffered in boyhood games Carl Seals 18 of Madison is looking forward to happy days again Bones from his mothers legs were transplanted to his in two opera tions and specialists said he woulc walk again in six months The moth er will suffer no permanent injury NIAGARA FALLS OF ITALY a year and a half 40 00 couples have come to Rome on heir honeymoon making use of the 70 per cent reduction in railroad ares conceded by the government The reduction is intended as a spur to marriages NORTH IOWA SETS RECORDS FOR COLD Continued From Fage 1 Tuesday over almost all of the east rn hah of the nation The storm started in the early lours of the morning It centered ts intensity over West Virginia pread over all of the Ohio valley eached west beyond Chicago and ashed the Atlantic seaboard from falne to North Carolina Five inches of snow was piled up n New York by a m less lan four hours after the start of ie storm Commuters trains were elayed air traffic was stopped Two ferry boats brushed with minor amage Traffic Slowed Up Chicago traffic was slowing in the ace of 63 inches of snow with a emperature of 10 above at 9 a m and predictions of 10 below and continued snow Tuesday night Weather forecasters expected the storm to continue unabated through the night and Wednesday to result possibly in one of the heaviest snows of record Conditions over the affected area were Newark N inches of snow and falling at the rate of on inch an hour Auto and bus traffl delayed Michigan Covered state snow cov ced Cold wave forecast and onehal inches of snow Temperature 20 general over stat with depths ranging from one incl in the isouthern section to four inches in the northern Numerou traffic accidents reported St Louis inches o snow Temperature 22 to four inche of snow snow gen eral Temperatures mild Portland cole Snow threatening NATURAL CAS HEATING TO HOME RE NITERS AS WELL AS OWNERSACT NOW Ash About Our Rental Purchase Plan ApproTtd Gal h fat ing eqalpmtnl nvnllnlitc through jour titrating contractor Peoples Gas Electric Company ALDEN MAN DIES IN AUTO MISHAP eslie Killed Instantly as Car Goes Into Ditch and Overturns CORTLAND Nebr Dec 26 JP R Leslie 28 of Alden Iowa was killed instantly early today When his light coach careened into a ditch three miles south of here and overturned pinning him under the top Leslie was warehouse foreman for the Union Pacific railroad at Be atrice He went to Omaha and Council Bluffs for the holidays Saturday night and was returning alone vhen something apparently went wrong with his automobile No one saw the accident Recovering From Wound CHARLES CITY Dec neth Emerson is recovering from a wound in his right side made by the accidental discharge of a revol ver Saturday According to the of fleers Andrew Steelholt was at the Emerson home where Kenneth was explaining how to use a 22 calibre revolver and it accidentally dis charged while both men were hand ing the gun MASON CITYAN AND 4 OTHERS INJURED Contlnned From Iage 1 he inactive volcano Bulusan in Sorsogon province drowned at least ine persons today while a typhoon tidal wave and torrential rains caus t heavy damage in eastern and southern Philippine Islands Early reports that Bulusan which ast erupted in ISIS was again ac ive were denied by a parish priest iving nearby Father Bayano tele raphed the Manila weather bu reau there was neither quake nor smoke from Bulusans cone but that floods washed down sulphurous mud toppling frail huts of the na ives into the Irosin river The town of Irosin was the chief ufferer with bodies of nine of its esidents recovered and a dozen oth rs reported missing and feared rowned 4 Bodies Kecovered ST JOHNS N F Dec 26 he bodies of four members of the of the Newfoundland schooner Monica Hartnery drifted ashore ear Rose Blanche Light on tae outhern coast of Newfoundland to ay following a weekend storm Scattered bits of wreckage car ed to land with the bodies pointed o the schooners fate She was be eved to have been overturned Sat rday night or Sunday morning as he proceeded along the coast with ve men aboard Ilinois Athlete in Car Mishap Runs Down Pedestrian ROCKFORD HI Dec 26 Vn early morning accident in which ack Beynon star University of n jiofs athlete ran down a ppdes rian was under investigation today by the states attorney The victim Albert landmark 47 vas reported near death in a hospi tal Beynon waa driving home at 3 oclock this morning the police said when he passed another machine in a swirl snow and struck Lind mark Police said the athlete left Landmark in the road continuing to Ms home to obtain medical aid Beynon a regular on the Uni versity of Illinois basketball team starred as quarterback of the Uni versity football squad this season Fatalities in French Train Wreck Reach 199 as 3 More Die PARIS Dec 26 fa talities in Saturday nights railroai disaster reached 199 today with th death of three more victims Of the total number killed only three persons remained unidentified They were two women and a man The exact total of deaths ma never be known Remains shapeles beyond identification as human bod ies were gathered together today in nameless caskets N Y Metropolitan Opens Opera Season NEW YORK Dec 26 Metropolitans shortened season o grand opera will open tonight wit a madeInAmerica work the Pe ter Ibbetson of Joseph Deems Tay lor New York born Using Kerosene on Fire Proves Fata LENA 111 Dec 26 W Dltzler 82 was burned to deal at his home early this mornln when he attempted to start a fir by throwing kerosene in the stove SPAINORDERS SHIP TO CUBA EL FERROL Spain Dec 26 T was said in official circles to day that the Spanish cruiser Jalm I has received orders to proceed t Havana Cuba to protect Spanis interests If necessary It was sai the cruiser would set out shortly 26 M 1935 Will Rogers SANTA MONICA Ca Dec looking at our Xmas necktie and new BOX it doat give us men much chance to read the Xmas day papers There is something about a ter rible accident or calamity that draws even nations closer to gether Now France we cuss em for looking out for France bet ter than we look out for our selves but when we read of this terrible train wreck all debts are forgotten All overcharges to us when we were tourists there are bygones We just think of em as folks like us who have about the same problem to face with wooden coaches on railroads Yours WILL P S This P S is put In here to save all R R presidents from sending good natured indignant wire We know that you are al doing away with the wooden ones as fast as you can Hows that Mr Stotesburry Copyright 1033 McNaught Syndicate Silver Camps of Nevada Display Life Once More New Price for Metal Will Mean Opening of Many Old Mines RENO Dec 26 a hun dred camps there was activity to day such as Nevada has not known since Jim Butlers runaway burros ed him to the rich silver deposit at Tonopah and started tlie wild series of events climaxed by the discovery if Nothing like a boom was appar nt but orderly preparations were under way to reopen abandoned sil properties and develop huge ore todies that have lain idle these many months for want of a suitable market There was even talk that the world famous Comstock with sil ver at cents would be able to tage a real t has been unable to do in all the years since Mackay Fair Flood and OBrien squeezed the last ounce f precious metal out of their big onanza and discontinued the 00000 monthly dividend they were aying themselves The increased price of the white metal coupled with the enhanced alue of gold under the govern ments open market operations aould old timers said put moat of Nevadas mines back on a paying aais WA MAY CANCEL ITS ALLOTMENTS ekes Objects to Delay in Starting Actual Work on Projects WASHINGTON Dec 26 sharp warning that the public works administration would unhesitatingly cancel or rescind allocations for pro jects to communities that are dila tory in getting actual work under way was given last night by Sec retary Ickes the public works ad ministrator His principal objection was against delays in the execution of proper contracts after projects had been approved by the public works board and allotments made In a formal statement cited figures showing that just be fore the holiday grant agreement and bond purchase contracts cover Ing 586 nonfederal allotments had been drawn and sent to applicants 279 Properly Executed Of these he said 279 had been returned properly executed and 307 had not been returned Until th contracts are executed funds can not be transferred to begin work Public works officials estimatec that more than 50000000 in pro psectlve payrolls was representet in the delayed contracts Months ago Icke3 said warned against dilatory tactic which permit these funds to clog in official channels without final ac complishment of their purposes Received Allotments Officials of local public bodie which have received allotment must act upon these contracts on way or the other or state why they fail to do so The public works administratio stands ready to aid any locality o any questiions that result froir these contracts but there must b action and not delay The PWA will not hesitate ti cancel or rescind allotments al ready made which because of uu reasonable delay in confirmation o contracts do not fulfill their purpos in furnishing employment through actual construction work Should Be Cleared Up Public works officials explains that the secretarys warning did no apply to cases where after allot ments were made legal obstacle had arisen over such matters a rightofway although they sale such situations should have bee cleared up before application fo funds was made In cases of legal delays the said a reasonable time would b granted for adjustments before th allotment was cancelled and an in quiry would be made by the publl works to determine whether th entanglement was an actual on or a means by opponents to dela tproject RAINEY EXPECTS 6 BILLION BUDGET Says Roosevelt Will Not Give Congress Message in Person WASHINGTON Dec President Roosevelts first annual message to congress will be de livered on Jan first day of the reading by a house clerk Speaker Ratney said Monday that contrary to reports the president did not plan to deliver the message in person but some of Mr Roose velts advisers aro still urging him to appear in person to deliver the message to a Joint session of the senate and house Democrats are contending that the country is more back of the president than a few months ago and that they are prepared to fol low him in his recommendations Republicans generally are saying little and awaiting developments Budget Estimates Speaker Ralney said he expect ed the ordinary and extraordinary budgets to call for appropriations in excess of for the fiscal year 1934 This includes the budget estimates of for ordinary expenses of the gov ernment Of the balance about 51700 000000 is to be asked for continu ation of the public worksemploy ment program about for federal relief additional capi tal for the Reconstruction corpora tion for business stimulation and varying sums for other govern ment enterprises First on the legislative calendar Rainey said would be a bill for the repeal of the Volstead act as itap plies to the District of Columbia territories and possessions This is to be followed by the liquor reve nue act to be introduced by Chair man Doughton democrat N Car of the house ways and means com mittee on the first day It will call or a a gallon levy on spirits a barrel on beer retain present im lort duties on wines spirits and irew all the revenue from these lources estimated at more than 500000000 to go into the federal reasury Message Second Day The presidents budget message vill be received by congress on the econd day of the session Indica ions are that the president under the authority granted him in the conomy act may restore 5 per ent of the federal pay cut effec Ive Jan 1 in view of increased liv ing costs The budget for the next seal year beginning July 1 pro ides for restoration of the full 15 er cent The general revenue revision measure designed to raise about 270000000 mpugh p f administrative provisions t the Incometax law Is scheduled or passage before March 15 the ay returns are to be filed by tndi iduals and corporations On the tentative legislative pro rani so far set are Amend Recovery Act Proposals to amend various pro of the recovery program nacted at the special session last pring includingvthe farm adminis ration and relief acts possible juaranteelng by the government of ho principal of the home loan londs in addition to interest anc jossibie changes In the securities act One of the important questions hat will arise will revolve abou the presidents monetary policies and inflation of the currency Indi cations are that some legislation will be asked by the administration to put into specific law some of thi policies inaugurated under th broad powers granted the presi dent under previous acts The influx of senators and repre sentatives for the session has a ready begun One phase of the presidential program that is an ever present po tential source of trouble Is th economy act with its sharply re duced gratuities to veterans Vet erans organizations are demandin modification if not repeal of it major provisions Some leader predict the administration will re store some of the benefits barograph Trouble Threatens Efforts of 2 Women Flyers MIAMI Fla Dec 26 trouble today threatened the fforts of Helen Rickey and Frances darsalis endurance flyers as they eared the seventh day point in iieir effort to break the record of Ight days four hours The women Id not reveal the exact nature of heir trouble with the instrument i a note they dropped but airport fflcials believed the winding key ad been broken Flyers said the in trument might run 48 hours with ut rewinding Report Cummings to Retire as Chief of Deposit Insurance WASHINGTON Dec 26 Walter J Cummings probably wil retire in midJanuary as chairman of the Deposit Insurance corpora tion His resignation long rumored was believed today to have been se definitely to talce effect two week after the insurance fund become effective on bank deposits up t 02500 The pressure of private affair was the reason advanced for th withdrawal of Cummings who hold also a post as special assistant t Secretary Woodin his close frien IN THE RADIO WORLD TUESDAY IVKC 2G Central Standard Time Note All programs to key and basic lalns or groups thereof unless specified oast to const c to c designation includes U available stations Programs subject to change r M NBC1VEAF NKTMOKK weaf whv weel wile wjar lag wilt wlbr vrtc vgy when tag wilt wtbr wrc wgy wben vvtam wwj weal Midwest Itad wmaq pcil woowho wow wdar wjnaf ORTHWEST AND CANADIAN wtmj kelp webc wday kfgr crct cfcf wptf wwnc wig wjax wlod warn wine web wapl wjdx voo wky wfaa wbap Jsprc woal ktbs kths kdyl kglr kghl klj kgw Jcomo khq fsd ktar kgu Hymn c 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treasurer Mrs Braden Stoakes RADIO TUBES TESTED FREE AT OUR STORE OKUNOW SUPEB SERVICE The first real advances in elec tric refrigeration for tho home VANCE MUSIC CO EVERVTHING IN SltTSIO 124 North Federal Phono 798 Value The coal we sell you is guar anteed to be 100 per cent Coal therefore 100 per cent for your money Our reputation is back of every ton CHAFIN CVNEIL GOAL CO Phone 1606 302 South Monroe Avc jrand Opera Comes Back to Chicago to Make 5 Week Stand CHICAGO Dec 26 pera comes back to Chicago to ght for a five week stand in the arble palace the fugitive Samuel nsull built for It in the heyday of Is reign as a utilities czar The seat scale runs from 50 cents i 53 instead of to 5 as in the ays of the Insull regime For the opening night the opera La Tosca waa chosen for presen atlon with the world famed ao rano Maria Jeritza as the star Now that the League of Nations alace at Geneva is completed all hat is needed is an enterprising estate Evening ranscript THIRD PARTY IS OPPOSED BY DRY AntiSaloon League Head in Nebraska Replies to Yale Professor LINCOLN Nebr Dec 26 A plea to all prohibition forces to oppose the organization of a new political party was voiced here Monday by R P Hutton Nebraska AntiSaloon league superintendent He made public his answer to the proposal of Milton Conoyer Yale university professor and independ ent republican candidate for the United States senate in Connecti cut last year to enlist the Anti Saloon league in efforts to create a new dry party Conovers pro posal will be presented at the leagues national convention in Washington Jan 4 to 10 Hutton based his plea on his be lief organized drys could wield more influence directly on party of ficeholders than by acting as a separate group and warned that a party would mean compromise of ideals A tarpon that weighed 90 pounds and jumped 20 feet out of the water after swallowing the hook was caught recently near Marianna Fla START the New Year RIGHT get an Battery for WHEN ITS AN 6 volt 13 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