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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 28, 1933, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home HARLON E R j OF ft Mo i N r s i THE NEWSPAPER THAT SIAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION i VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPX ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED VVIKB SERVICE MASON CITY IQWA THURSDAY DECEMBER 28 1933 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 69 Code Would Be Disliked Shipping Interests Abroad Look With Disfavor By HERBERT PLUMMER ASHINGTON Dec 28 though no formal protest has been registered with the state depart ment there are ample indications that foreign shipping interests look with any thing but favor on the proposed N R A code for the American shipping indus try The proposed code is in the conference stage D i f f e rences of Japinion brought to light in public Shearings are being threshed out be closed doors One phase of the code subjected I to much criticism is a part of sec Jtion 3 It provides This code shall apply to all own ers operators and agents of all ves sols of all flags engaged in foreign and domestic commerce This provision has caused much alarm among foreign shipping inter ests The Baltic and International Maritime conference representing more ship owners than any other in fo ternational organization is particu larly agitated Modifications Asked The organization has issued a spe cial circular against the code in the view is taken that the situation presents a grave clanger to international shipping interests The argument is advanced that owners of liners and tramps alike should insist that no country at tempt to control other than its own shipping except by international opinion The private opinion is expressed at NRA headquarters that the final draft of the code cither will not contain section 3 or else it will be COLD SHOWS SICNS OF BREAKING House to Vote on County Farm Board Measure BILL IS PLACED UPON CALENDAR CONTEST BITTER Pass Act to Pave Way for Loan to State From RFC STORY ON PAGE 0 DES MOINES Dec 28 The state senate passed 3G to a today the Schmidt bill pro hibiting walkathons or similar contests Dance muruthons walkathons skntathons etc ttro prohibited The mejisure does not apply to athletic con tests sponsored by schools DES MOINES Dec 28 JrloneMoore of Harrison bill cre atingcounty agricultural boards and eliminating aid to county Farm Bu reau was placed on the house cal endar today after a bitter fight in which an attempt was made to send it to the agricultural committee The question of aid to Farm Bureaus has been one of the most controver sial subjects before the legislature in the past several sessions The lower branch also passed without a dissenting vote the house banks committee bill paving the way for the state treasurer to obtain a loan from the RFC for the state sinking fund The measure provides that claims against the staking fund be assigned the treas i urer 5 While nonAmerican liner owners anticipate the administration of the code to be fair it is pointed out in the same circular It is not con ceivable that there will be room within the proposed code for non American tramp owners On the contrary there is every justification for believing the code will have the effect of eliminating all foreign tramp shippingin Amer SIGHT THIS LADS HOLIDAY GIFT trade Important Telephone What is probably the most im portant direct telephone line in from Jan 3 until congress been given a final test and found ship hape It ig the line runningfrom the of fice of the secretary of the senate ist off the senate floor to the pri office of President Roosevelt the white house That telephone line played an im Jrtant part in the special session congress It will do the same in e coming session It is pdssibie for democratic lead s of the senate to communicate stantly with the president when they find it necessary to do so phone is so close to the senate at the president can be advised stantly of what is going on on e floor Senate Votes Probe The various political subdivisions then would be reimbursed from the of their as 0 Stolen Bicycles Recovered by Police CEDAR RAPIDS Dec 28 Illowing the arrest of three hoys Id a man here 80 stolen bicycles Jst of them dismantled were re vered by police Police alleged Lse arrested are members of a ring operatinghere several mths Poultrymen in Session DES MOINES Dec 28 citation to hold next years state ultry show here was carried to ibuque where the poultry assem 1s in session IOWA WEATHER Unsettled Thursday night snow Friday with Illowly rising temperatures JWarmer Thursday nfght m Jnorthwest portions LOCAL STATISTICS tGlobeGozctte weather figures for hour period ending at 8 oclock ursday morning Wednesday 13 Above Elininium in Night 8 Below lit 8 A M 7 Below kfter two nights of nearly 20 be Wednesclay nights minimum of gelow seemed Ith Iowa almost sultry to loan in the amount signed claims Meanwhile the senate without a record vote adopted a motion to in vestigate a reported inquiry into the political affiliations of its em ployes The county agricultural board bill came up when Representative Bouska of Howard called up his mo tion to reconsider the vote by which the bill was ordered sent the agricul tural committee from the committee on county and township organiza tion The Motion carried 54 to 44 Moore contended the move to send the bill to the agricultural commit tee was an attempt to delay action and aaid he thought the people of the state wanted it considered Pleads For Bill Representative Doran of Boone pleaded for the bill to be sent to the agricultural committee declaring the house plainly expressed itself when it previously had voted to re refer This question eventually will have to be decided said Represen tative Rice of Keokuk Let us face the question squarely The bill sent through its assigned committee in proper order and there is no reason for delay Representatives Spcidel Wash ington and Grau of Buena vista asked the members to vote against Tern to PflBfl 3 Colnmn 4 Eyesight wns the biggest Christmas gift received y Lorcn Lock hart 7 year old Ind of Polk Mo As the result of an operation he wns able to sec his Christinas fret and presents Ho is shown a nurse In it bospltiil room at Springfield Mo Associated 1ress Its Too Late for German Convicts to Plan Reform New Penal Code Drastic Measures Put in Effect By WALTERBROCKMANN Associated Press Foreign Staff BERLIN Dec 28 It is too late for convicts in German peni tentiaries to resolve to make good this New Year On Jan 1 1934 a new penal code goes into effect It is described by some as perhaps the most drastic of modern times Many of those behind the bars face extended sen tences as a Since the advent to power of OPERATION MAY BE DONE FRIDAY Baby Rushed to Baltimore by Plane Shows No Signs of Pain BALTIMORE Dec 28 operation on little Sue Trammell the five months old sick baby who was rushed by airplane from Hous ton Texas to Baltimore was set today tentatively for tomorrow at the Johns Hopkins hospital Declining to comment on the ail ment diagnosed as hydrocephalus or water on the brain Dr Walter E Dandy noted brain surgeon said the operation will not be per formed before Friday The blue eyed baby was described ay attendants as appearing bright and showing no indications of pain or suffering Another child of Mr and Mrs W W Trammell her par ents died several months ago of the same ailment Little Sue accompanied by her mrcnts nurse and other relatives was brought to Baltimore Tuesday niglit by Jimmy Wedell famed speed aviator who flew the 1400 nile course in 11 hours Chancellor Adolf Hitler 00 persons have been executed under specially passed nnd still existing laws in terpreted partly to apply to politi cal and criminal slayings Awaiting execution in his cell at Leipzig Jtarinus Van der Lubbe young Dutch bricklayer is the first man ever sentenced to death for arson in Germany Retroactive Tho law under which he was sen tenced last Saturday was passed 7i after the reichstag building tire Feb 27 It was declared retro active making Van der Lubbes confessed crime of starting the fire liigh treason Beginning with the new year more rigorous as genuine be inaugur ated Committees arc at work Hitlcr izing some 20 kinds of justice ranging all the way from matri monial to maritime Compulsory sterilization laws go into effect Jan 1 too along with a new civil code That also is the date for the reinstallation of mili tary courts Beyond Redemption That criminals and malefactors are beyond redemption Is the atti tude indicated by the new crimi nal laws Serious offenders who arc con sidered to constitute a public men ace will not be released from jail even after serving their sentences They will be compelled to perform forced labor as long as they are so considered There is a clause for sterilization of dangerous sex criminals Under the general sterilization Jaw probably the greatest round up of sick human beings in medical history is occurring as a prelude to putting it into effect 1700 Eugenic Courts On Jan 1 3700 eugenic courts will begin to function to pass on the cases of an estimated 100000 he reditary incurables One of the most striking features of the sterilization law is that any one sentenced may escape only by Turn In Tngp fl Cnlnmn 1 Gets Two Years for Davenport Car Theft SPRINGFIELD 111 Dec 28 pleading guilty to stealing an automobile driving it to in Davenport arid Peovia Oliver E Cleary 22 Peoria today was under sentence of two years in the Leav penitentiary GOVERNOR ASKS Urges Legislators to Act on Major Measures and Adjourn DES MOINES Dec 28 Prompt enactment of major legis lation and early adjournment of the special assembly session today was risked legislators by Gov Clyde L Herring The governor who conferred yes terday with democratic senators talked matters over today with re publican members of the senate and wag to meet later with house mem bers of both parties Explaining that the conferences were called in response to requests that he make known his desires as to the future course of the special session the governor listed seven subjects which he believes should receive first place attention End of January All of the work should be out of the way in time to permit adjourn ment by the end of January at the latest he told the legislators add ingthat he believed the session could be concluded even before that date Tax revision was one of the sub jects heading the list of his recom mendations for action setting at reat rumors which started Immedi ately after the conference yesterday that there was a movement to let that problem go over until the reg ular session Along with tax revision the gov ernor asked prompt action on liquor control urged enactment of a pro posed bill to appropriate 2000 000 for emergency relief the high way bond refinancing bill and the measures for revision of the gaso line tax refund law and to establish a nonpartisan judiciary Blocked In House The highway bill which would authorize the state highway com mission to adopt a program for re funding the outstanding in county primary road bands pass ed the senate but has been blocked in the house Governor Herring also urged the senate to take up the houseappro ed cncurrent resolution for an in vestigation of the state insurance de partment but made no recommenda tion as to its disposal Find Waterloo Man Dead in His Home WATERLOO Dec 28 lody of George W Looker 71 was ound in his home late Wednesday y a roomer He apparently had icon dead since Tuesday Death was believed caused by an embolism INDICTMENT DISMISSED An indictment against Jack Hols ton charged with bootlegging was lismissed in district court late Wed FARM LEADERS COOPERATED IN LAST 12 MONTHS ONeal Looks on 1933 as Significant to Agriculture EDITORS NOTE The year 1933 being as momentous as it was what did it mean for agri culture Xiio Associated Press herewith presents the answer us viewed in an article written for it by one of the most wide ly known farm By KDWAKD A ONEAL President American Farm Bureau Federation WASHINGTON Dec 28 Unity of action among farm organ izations has been demonstrated in the past year as being possible Farm organizations ordinarily have worked congenially together but in the last 12 months they have work ed in a particularly close formation The beginning of u new era in regard to control of surpluses al though discussed several years prior to 1933 got into full action during that year I refer to the control surpluses by limitingproduction rather than trying to control them alter they are produced World Markets Vanished Ten years ago we did not need to limit production because then we had world markets Nineteen hun brQughtjUS with the fact that our world markets for farm products had largely vanished and that farm ers if properly rewarded should control their production Nineteen hundred and thirtythree was particular significant to agri culture in that it confirmed our fed eral policy of taxation based on ability to pay despite the fact that the federal government in its ef forts to relieve unemployment needed vast funds The income method of taxation has been continued through this troublesome period instead of re sortingto other forms of taxes which ire based mostly on neces sity to consume Honest Dollar Near In my opinion along with the great tax victory just spoken of stands the monetary policies now being put Into effect throughout the year 1933 The revaluation of the dollar recognition of silver and the general expansion of credit through out the nation by governmental activities constitute an epoch in the fiscal policies of our nation The honest dollar which the American Farm Bureau federation for years lias advocated Js now a near reality Nineteen hundred rind thirty three marked a definite beginning of a planned agricultural program for agriculture in which control of production retirement of marginal lands from production proper mar keting of farm crops support of agricultural educational agencies and similar activities are given more recognition than ever hereto fore they had been given Knters New Era We are barely at the beginning of this erahowever and much larger action will be needed than we have been able to start in 1933 The year just closing shows to my mind that the administration at Washington is more farm minded than former ones have been and with the policies initiated in tho post year and carried forward as they arc now planned we can look back to 1933 a few years from now and realize that agriculture so far as federal recognition is concerned entered a new era with a new hope nnd confidence in the administra tion of President Roosevelt The beginning of this hope and confidence is evident in the in creases in prices on farm products which have begun an upward swing taking the country as a whole Fowler Well Known Lexicographer Dies LONDON Dec 28 Watson Fowler noted lexicographer died today at his home in Hinton St George Somerset He was 75 years old Will Rogers SANTA MONICA Cat Dec is a day and time when everybody gives opinions on something they know nothing about So today I discuss opera grand opera The Chicago opera house opened for the first time in two years It was never a suc cess because it was constructed wrong It was built so everybody could see the stage but nobody could see each other so its been remodeled BO you cant see the stage but can see the price mark on every dress la the house and its doing fine New York opened its season with an American opera for he first time in history American music has always been considered by the opera goers as fit for noth ing but the ear but never looked good through a lorgnet from a box Thats about all the operu news thats fit to print Yours WILL ROGERS CVipyrleM 1D33 McNauslil Syndicate lowan Pound Dead ATLANTIC Dec 28 Charles Heblng G8 retired farmer was found dead at his Cumberland home Authorities said he committed sui nlde by shooting1 Says Government Cannot Waste Its Way to Prosperity Theodore Roosevelt Claims Balancing Budget Is First Need PHILADELPHIA Dec 28 UP United States cannot waste its way back Into pfospdrity The odore Roosevelt today told the Man ufacturers and Bankers club There is only one way a country can exist permanently with happi ness the former governor general of the Phillippines said and that ia by having a balanced budget a good credit and a sound currency Colonel Roosevelt called for a re turn to the ideas of economy that were Hummed up in the phrase we should not spend more than we re ceive These ideas he said wore taught to American citizens as children Silk Shirt Days Over What applied in family life ap plies in national life he said A nation must not and in the long run cannot spend more than it collects from its people There is one way and one way only in which a budget can be permanently and properly balanced and that is by this princi ple The silk shirt days are over He said that the nation must re turn to a simpler scale of living both governmental and private that it must adjust itself lo changed con ditions There is no way he said by which a program calling for the bal ancing of the budget the reduction of taxes and the maintenance of expense can be followed in the light of present rigorous economic condi tions One Way to Balance There is but one way to balance the budget at this time Col Roose velt said and that is to cut govern mental expenses to the bone and to increase taxes where possible All other moves are sophistry The national administration is separating its expenses into two classifications Colonel Roosevelt said those of general or ordinary expenses and emergency or nonre curring expenses He attacked this classification as the one used by the various European governments when they were tottering on til edge of the abyss and wished to con ceal their true condition He contended that by this method expenses previously included in the budget find their way around and appear in the national debt He said the national debt of the United States has risen from 000 b when the sums now al Tum In 1aite ft Column I RFC Repeats Price of for Gold for 8th Time in Row WASHINGTON Dec 28 RFC again offered today an ounce for newly mined domestic gold This price was repeated for the eighth time as the dollar showed strength abroad Bar gold in London was worth an ounce on a sterling open ing of 50DU to the pound Herring Sees Better Times for Farmers Says Midwest Should Give Its Support to Administration By CHARLOTTE U 1MIESCOTT Central 1rcss Correspondent DFS MOINES Dec is going to happen when congress con venes Will middlewcstern gover nors join hands again Will they again go to Washington and demand helpful legislation for their states It they do will they ask for new measures or reiterate their requests for old ones which have been turned down What the middleweslcm gover nors should do said Gov Clyde L Herring of Iowa when I asked him these questions is to stand back of the administration and help along the measures that have already bcon passed We dont need gover nors conferences to do that We were sitting iu the governors office in the state house in Des MMnes A high ceilinged long win dowed room too heavily the old time way of state for beauty but possessing a good deal of dignity Wont Illicit President Arc we going to have a confer ence The governor smiled rather tirily 1 dont know 1 read in the paper we were I think Governor Olson would like one and would like to have it here But if we do meet again Ill say as I did at our earlier conference that it must be clearly understood that the meeting Isnt called for the purpose bucking the administration Our ships in stormy waters and it is time for us all to be good sailors Ho spoke of the ship of state in the siune calm voice In which he later discussed the price hogs There is nothing dramatic about Governor Herring He la friendly informal matter of fact A portrait of him would require three tones White for hair and eyebrows pale flesh tint forface nnd high fore head neat brown for suit and tie You would need besides a bit of pale blue for the eyes behind the rimless glasses Of course though he went on its easier to aay what we should do than what we will do I doubt if we cnn bring ourselves to agree in furthering all of any one program Take the governor of Illinois for in stance and the governor of North problems are so dif ferent and the two men are so en tirely different in their dont believe they could ever unite any course of action regjjlng Corn I asked Governor Herring if he and the other governors would again agk for coat of production for the farmers No he replied as a matter of fact we never did ask for it What we asked for was a pegged price on corn of 65 cents We knew that the cost of production was too high for us to get now but we hoped that 65 cents would be a parity price that is that it would put farm products on a level with other commodities Our idea was of course that in time this price could be raised until Tnm to IOKO G Column 2 FLYING BOUDOIR NEAR NEW MARK Two Women Flyers Battle New Foes With Their Nerves Raw MAIM Fla Dec 28 Frances Marsalis and Helen Elichcy battled new foes nerves and trouble fraught as the minutes that separated them from a new womens refuelingen durance record were clipped off by their whirling propeller Their Flying Boudoir if all went well was to cross the old mark of 8 days 1 hours and 5 minutes at p m today and a new rec ord was to be officially established one hour later Meanwhile with cheering notes ground officials sought to soothe the time whipped nerves of the women Members of the refueling crew and other pilots who visited with the hand signals from planes drawn alongside the endur ance them plainly showing the extreme mental stress they said STATE HIGHER RISE IS SEEN FOR FRIDAY More Than 100 Dead as Result of Storms and Cold Signs of a brenk In CD spell that has gripped the state and thi rest of the midwest since Saturday night were seen Thursday aV lowans ventured out of doors with out serious worries of frozen ear1 or hands after several days ol spending us much time as possible at the fireside Subzero temperatures were few er in number Wednesday night ami Thursday morning the mercury soared above the zero mark In most parts of tiie state At Charles City thermometers nil the states minimum of 10 below ni 1 a m and eight hours later rosu to Mason City had a lou of 8 below Dubuque bad a mini mum of 10 below but the mercury there moved lo 4 above by 930 a m Other subzero marks were re ported at Clinton 8 Cedar Rapids I Iowa City 2 and Fort Dodge 1 Minimum temperatures at olhei reportingpoints ranged from 1 above at Sioux City to 10 above at Keokuk The weather bureau predicted unsettled weather for Thursdny flight with occasional snow and ris ing temperatures Friday Wnrnun weather was forecast Cor northwcsi Iowa Thursday night WINTER SUBSIDES J The fury of winters onslaught hail subsided considerably Thursdav over much of theUnited States but intense cold prevailed in many sec tions More than 100 pelsous have died according to unofficial estimates is a result of blizzards ice snow iinii cold In New York City 3000 men struggled beneath a leaden sky and in far below freezing cold Thursday to complete the task of removing n 107 inch snowfall from the streets Homeless men and women struggled over ice coated sidewalks to mu nicipal lodging houses for food and shelter Wednesday night Cold lilts South The cold wave swept into the south Wednesday after bringing death and distress to many other sections Chicago alone counted I dead The mercury fell to 10 below Wisconsin had a total of 21 New England cheered by predic tions of rising temperatures was nevertheless worried over 29 men missing in fishing craft off Maines Ciist White River Ont was the coldest spot Wednesday with mercury slith ering down to fifi below Points in Minnesota were not far behind with 17 below Even In Atlanta Ca the temperature fell to 22 above Hunt for Fishermen Coast guardsmen were ordered out from Chicago early Thursday to seek three fishermen missing with their craft the Seagull on Laki Michigan Guardsmen earlier Tnm to B Column 2 CONTRACT BRIDGE How does contract differ from auction What is meant by an opening bid of two Wh is vul nerability What is psychic bid ding What Is a denial de mand business double Do you know tho answer to all these questions You will find these answers and many more In Contract Bridge the hook let now being offered by this newspaper How to bid what you must have to raise your partner definitions of contract these and many more facts arc contained in this Iwoklet Send 10 cents in coin to cover cost and postage Use coupon Ma H on City ilnbeGnzctto Information Bureau Frederic J IIiiHlcln Director Wiuihington I C I inclose 10 cents in coin carefully wrapped for the booklet on Contract Bridge Name Street City State