Thursday, September 20, 1934

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 20, 1934, Mason City, Iowa C E PT OF I 0 1 n r M I f 0 I cool NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS 20 1934 HOME EDITION THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 296 LINDY RANSQMRECOT Hurry to Take Ballot Farmers Will Have Chance to Pass on AAA Plan By HERBERT PLTJMMER ASHINGTON Sept 20 formed opinion here is that the AAA will be m no particular hurry to proceed with a refer endum to deter mine sentiment of the nations farmers toward crop adjustment plans for 1935 C h e 9 t er C Davis farm ad ministrator has announced t h e farmers t h e m gelvea will have LINDBERGH EMISSARY PRESIDENT MAY TAKE ACTION IN TEXTILE BATTLE Chairman Winant Miss Perkins in Parley at Hyde Park HYDE PARK N Y Sept 20 of the special board of inquiry in the textile strike were submitted to President Roosevelt today by Governor Winant of New Hampshire the chairman The governor carefully retrained from expressing any opinion on the strike to newspapermen before go ingto the summer white house Miss Frances Perkins secretary of labor also was called to the Roosevelt conference table tonaj nuubtiveiL and there was every indication tha the president was ready to take ac tion on the textile stake now tw weeks old Governor Winant woud not con firm or deny stories that the specia board appointed by the presiden had drafted a report In naming the board Mr Roose ministrations velt asked that it make a wS prefer to wait until the po Secretary Perkins by Oct 1 Utical atmosphere has cleared be Governor Wmant came to Hyd foreCutting the question squarely park He met secretary Per p ins at the presidents home Returning earlier today from t cruise to the international races Mr Roosevelt turned immed latelyto thestrikeproblem Wants It Made Public WASHINGTON Sept 20 Francis J Gorman chairman of the textile strike committee demanded today that the report of the presi dents mediation board be made public immediately Gormans statement was made while Secretary Perkins and Gov John G Winant chairman of the mediation board were on to 7m to the farmers P Still On Way ne suits if the farmers were pressed for PROBERS BOARD RUINED LINER still in process of ments are s tribution Payments on the corn and hog program for example while be ing made as speedily as said to be rjossrble still have a long way to go P The farmer who for one reason j nlS UIl uunJ1 IL conference with President Roosevelt at Hyde Park It is apparent Gorman said that the report is in the hands of MorroCaiJle Asoury I ney said off pared to board the ruined liner in an alien i n Wams ISffiSt Wckerson Hoover tin tigating board Associated Press PJiotoV of the ACTING CAPTAIN DELAYED ORDER FOR SOS CLAIM Radio Operator Says He Pleaded With Master of Burning Ship NEW YORK Sept 20 George I Alagna first assistant ra dio officer of the Morro Castle tes tified today before an inquiry board that it was not until his fifth trip to the bridge of the burning liner that Acting Captain W F Warms told him to send an S O S Alagna made this statement af ter having previously testified in answer to a direct question that Captain Warms did not at any time give him the orders to send the S Alagna said that on his fifth trip to the bridge he pleaded very strongly with the captain to send something out Asked to Send Message The captain after several minutes asked him if he could send a mes sage Alagna told the board On being told by Alagna that was I why he had been sent to the bridge the operator testified that Captain Warms said All right I send an S O S The SOS was sent at a m Alagna testified He said that whe asked Captain Warms for th lips position Third Officer Hack Seagirt before Direction Finder Used Alagna said that the ships radio Given Chance to Pray Just Before Dying Gambler Shot Down by 4 Bullets When He Tries to Run By DALE HAKUISON BROOKLYN N Y Sept 20 OP This is how Fred Bocci died today at half past midnight in the Christofolo club at 533 Metropolitan avenue with four bullets in his body He died praying this 27 year old gambler and former felon who did time in the New Jersey ate prison at Trenton on a shoot ig charge Two men were in the room Bocci sat with three others at a able playing pinochle Two fellows entered Bach car ied a pistol Not a Holdup This is not a holdup gentlemen said one of them If you remai juiet and do not attempt to leav he room no one will get Ihe ships p the las with government money iirrng in Us tne we that his enthusiasm would be more spirited than otherwise Banking On Momentum AAA officials never lose sight ot the fact that the adjustment act best census of opinion permitted under the necessity for action Then to there is less pressur for speed now than there was for Proposes Banking System Adapted to Farmer Needs THeam is banking heavily inits crop adjustment plans for 1935 on the mass momentum of the millions of farmers who en rolled in this years program For that reason it wants them m as happv a frame of mind as pos Mble when it begins laying plans for the future Iowa Boy Dies Abroad PARIS Sept 20 Death of JO year old Donald Mills Severe son of Marc L Severe of Sioux City Iowa American viceconsul here was announced delay that has already taken place is astonishing and I am unable to account for it Unless it is made public I fail to see that anything is to be accomplished through that re port and the Winant board might as well not have been named Obviously we can take no action on the basis of a report that is kept secret I fail to see what service can be performed through the report unless and until it is made public Vigilantes Spread Patrol CHARLOTTE N Car Sept 20 spread their patrol through two communities in the Car olinas today as troops and pickets faced each other on the textile strike front At the little town of Belmont vigilante committee of several hundred farmers merchants and others circulated through the street while hundreds of strikers and sym pathizers gathered to bury the ninth victim of the strike in the two states The other community where vigi lantes functioned was Greenville S car where thirty mills are oper ating under the protecting bayonets of troops The aim of the Belmont organiza tion was described as primarily to Tuni to 3 Column 4 South Carolina at Des Moines DBS MOINES Sept 20 system adapted exclusively to the needs of the nations farmers was advocated here today by Senator Allison D Smith of South Carolina Senator Smith chairman of the direction finder was used to get broadcasts and that when he ob jected the first officer threatened to have him fired Alagna said that on one particu lar day Irwin Freeman first officer of the Morro Castle used the direc tion finder extensively Alagna called the bridge he said and ob jected because he was on watch and responsible for the equipment Mr Freeman said Ill take this to the captain and have you fired Alagna quoted the first officer as saying Fed Stale Bread Alagna testified that when he Holiday Association Decides Against Action I at IBIS lime from previous meals appeared r TO That was the reason he got up MOINES Sept 20 hf toW the to board of directors of tne National I y F except that rat Venom dripped from word directed at Bocci Bocci tried to speak Im a good fellow he stutterc Im everybodys pal Shut up snapped the gunma if you want to pray make snappy You were no good in le sey Youre no good in Brooklyn Prayyou need to Murder in Air Bocci sent a frantic glance around the room It was quite still Most of the men had their hands above their head Others gaped fear stricken Murder was in the air Near where he knelt mumbling prayer Bocci saw a phone booth refuge Bocci taking his only chance leaped for the booth The guns roared Two bullets in the back a third through the breast and a fourth through his right hand The killers walked out to a wait ing car and drove away senate committee o n agriculture spoke before the eighteenth Iowa farmers union oa Farmers Holiday association meet ing here today unanimously decid ed that a farmers strike would not be called at this time Milo Reno president af the association an CRASlTO convention nonnced quiry board The petition was signed by Clar ence C Hackney one of the naviga ting officers Alagna said in addi tion to the chief radio officer Mc Pherson who was aboard the Morro Castle at the time the petition was discussion on f rt RIVAL IN DEBATE Kraschel Says He Will Face Patterson on Return From Fishing DUBUQUE Sept 20 Gov Nels G Kraschel will meet any andall republican office seekers at anytime and any place in a debate after he has returned from a week s fishing trip in the north That was his acceptance today of the challenge issued by State Sen ator George W Patterson repub lican lieutenantgovernor candidate in an open letter read during an ad dress at Harlan last night Kraschel here for a conference with United States Senator Louis Murphy regarding Murphys par ticipation in the campaign learned of the challenge when asked what his answer would be today EXTRA SEIZED AT HIS HOME IN NEW YORK CITY lead of Police Believes Arrest Will Solve Baby Mystery NEW YORK Sept 20 AP Richard Haupt nann of 1279 East 222nd treet the Bronx was arrest ed today as the receiver of 550000 ransom money paid by Col Charles A Lindbergh in a fruitless effort to recover his ddnaped son and authorities recovered of the ran som money The brief police announce ment contained no further de tails but the air at the Green wich street police station where the announcement was made was surcharged with ru mors The announcement said have in custody the man who received the ransom money He is Bernard Richard Hauptman of 1279 East 222nd street the Bronx He is an alien who came to this coun try as a stowaway eleven years Kraschel said One at a time please I shall Senator D Smith between agricul tural production and industrial production is so radically different as to make a system of banking adapted to industry and commerce wholly unfitted for agriculture said Senator Smith The senator declared that what credit facilities the farmer has re ceived have been obtained from the socalled commercial banks more or less as a concession or special favor Fundamental Difference FORECAST IOWA Mostly cloudy and colder much colder in east and south portions probably frost in central and west Thursday night if sky clears Friday generally fair Colder in extreme south east slightly warmer in extreme northwest hr the afternoon MINNESOTA Generally fair Thursday night and Friday colder Thursday night Frost or temperature near freezing not go cool Friday afternoon ex cept along Lake Superior and extreme southeast IN MASON CITY weather figiircs for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday Minimum In Night 32 At 8 a m Thursday 33 ability Charles City Woman Dies in Illinois Following Car Collision CHARLES CITY Sept 20Mrs A L Olds died Thursday in Free port ill from injuries received here Sunday night in an auto collision in which another man was killed An inquest which was opened in the accident had been adjourned Mrs Olds who was about 62 was a daughter of the late H C Bald win pioneer Charles Cityan banker and prominent businessman Mrs Olds had lived here all her life Surviving are her husband and two sons Russell B and Horace E and four grandchildren Charles T Pittman 45 Worthing ton Minn was fatally injured in the crash His wife suffered fractures of the left arm and leg and internal injuries and her husband who was i driving was severely brusied adapt itself to contrasted with the maumij agriculture to make rapid change The processes under which the farmer produces said the senator take 12 months to produce the fin ished item and when this produc tion is completed there is available at once a volume sufficient to sup ply the needs of the teeming mil ions of America for the subsequent 12 months Senator Smith contended thai the farmer should have a banking sys tem which would render him ade quate and efficient financial aid during the 12 months of production and then sufficient financial aid to enable him to market his pro duct in the succeeding 12 months Outlines His Plan Outlining his plan the senator said These banks should be ade quately financed originally by the government Policies of the bank should be to take liens on the pros pective crops and if desired by the farmers a mortgage on land and chattels at arate of interest that Turn lo Fngt 3 Column 61 LUG farmers had nothing to sell and that they had nothing to gain at this time At the same time a resolution proposing the calling of a farm strike was expected to be consid ered by the Iowa Farmers Union which now is holding its annual convention here The directors of National Farmers Holiday association prised a resolution demanding that the farmer be given the same consid eration as labor in the right to or ganize without interference by the iiMilture ana in1 resolution said We denv the nf industry to right of an organization subsidized of industry LU money or lust for office k for the American farmer resolution expressed to labor for the fight arris Gets Fine for Fishing Chickens LEXINGTON Ky Sept 20 m Neighbors complained that James arris Negro was baiting a fish ook with grains of corn and catch ng their chickens over the back ard fence Haled before Judge Clyde O Burton Farris was fined fishing without a li is waging for the right to organ ize its own unions Quota Set at 386 WASHINGTON Sept 20 Iowas CCC replacement quota wa set at 386 under the new enroll ment order which will bring 100 000 additional men to the CCC t replace a similar group which wi leave the ranks Sept 30 Attendance 363168 in Iowa State Park DES MOINFS Sept 30 tendance in Iowa state parks f August 1934 was 363368 as cor pared with 420970 in August 193 records of the state board of co servation showed Hot weather w blamed for the decrease this year for ense Accuse Evangelist of Mann Act Violation GALVESTON Tex Sept 20 complaints charging vio ation of the federal Mann act were filed against Basil Foote evangelist and Pearl Baker alias Pearl Foote arrested here after they had disap peared from Council Bluffs leav ng their families behind Both pleaded guilty to the complaints 319 Pounds of Dynamite in Charge Connected With Dickinson Battery UOCk ncxt week at Charles City Imme i diately after I will go north for a HOUSTON Tex Sept 20 I wcelcs f jshing trip Upon my return Officials of the Horgan steamship I j wiu be to meet any and all line announced today that a large office seekers at any store of dynamite connected to a e and anytime to discuss the battery and an alarm clock gsues Qf tho carapaign Kraschel left this noon for Cedar Rapids This afternoon he was scheduled to give an address at Williamsburg Challenged by Llitterson HARLAN Sept 20 tor George W Patterson republi can candidate for lieutenant gover nor in a speech here last night ad dressed an open letter to his demo cratic opponent Lieut Gov Nelson G Kraschel asking him to meet in debate on questions of public ex penditures and levies Patterson said In order that the voters of Iowa may have the exact facts I here and now address the following open RAINBOW WINS BY LASTLEG CHARGE NEWPORT Sept 20 handled by Harold S Van derbilt the American defender Rainbow came charging through the windward leg of the 30 mile LeewardWindward course today to overcome a six minute 40 sec ond advantage Endeavour held at the halfway mark and score her first victory in three races with the British challenger found beneath the companys docks in the Houston ship channel A special officer for the Morgan ine found the infernal machine late yesterday He and other jnvestiga ors broke the connections with the battery and the timing mechanism and removed the dynamite totaling 319 pounds One theory advanced by author ities was that the plot to wreck he steamship terminal was con nected with the reported attempts at destroying vessels at sea by fire Four vessels in the gulf and Car ribean trade including the illfated Morro Castle have caught fire while at sea during the past two weeks The entire Morgan line terminal was being searched today in an ef fort to learn if other explosives had been planted The dynamite was of 60 per ceift nitro glycerine grade and suffi ago Paid for Gasoline One of the reports uncon firmed said that Hauptmann a short time ago paid for some gasoline at a Bronx filling sta tion with a gold certifi cate The proprietor became suspicious at the use of the banned money and notified police The report said that the man had an automobile which was found to have been stolen in New Jersey near the night before the Lindbergh baby was kidnaped March 1 1932 The baby was later found dead After the formal announcement Commissioner ORyan Col J Nor man Schwarzkopf superintendent of New Jersey state police Inspec tor Lyons Lieut James Finn and J Edgar Hoover head of the bureau of investigation of the department of justice came into the hearing room of the station and sat on the dais for questioning Have Hansom Money 0Ryan after rereading the an nouncement of the arrest said We have the ransom money found on the premises of this man and we will allow it to be photo graphed How much of the money nave you recovered from a reporter asked ORyan Thirteen thousand seven hun Tilrn ttt IllHI 3 Olumn A ciently powerful to cause wide spread destruction if it had been set off company officials said in Moths in Furniture Warehouse Bombing Chicago Blamed on Teamsters War CHICAGO Sept 20 iDA bomb ripped away partitions and blew out windows in a freight warehouse of the railway express agency only a stones throw from the loop early today and police blamed the team ster war Damage was estimated at S5000 by Lieut Harry ODonnel At almost the same time another bomb exploded in a garage in another part of the city and was attributed to the union differences may fetter to opponent Lieut Governor Kraschel Question has arisen regarding the statements made by yourselt and myself relative to certain pub lic expenditures and levies ordered to be made and the results thereof The effect ot these matters are and should be known by all our peo ple I knowof DO better way for a fair and candid presentation of this matter than for you and me to meet before the people of this state and present for their determination the very right of the matter With this in view I await your early reply as to time and place Bigamist Thinks Jail Is Better Than Home PHILADELPHIA Sept 20 Ti Plcase arrest me Maroello Ten Moths are bad enough when they get into clothes rugs carpets and the like but they are at their worst when they infest upholstered fur niture And every housewife should know government experts say there are moths in practically overy house always a menace a source of worry and a cause of serious money loss Valuable furniture can be preserved against these pests if the suggestions in this official gov ernment bulletin are followed in telligently Inclose four cents to cover handling and postage nunor voi aglio 30 requested as he walked into the police station Im a biga 1ve been out of work cant find anything to do and my second wife keeps nagging me all the time The Muson City GlobeGazette Information bureau Frederic 1 Iluskin director Washington D C I inclose four cents in com carefully wrapped for the booklet mi Moths in Upholstered Furniture Name Street City State Mail to Washington D C