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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 10, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                Fiiul I 4 I IOWA PURDUE IOWA STATE OKLAHOMA 1 3 4 FUuU NOTRE DAME NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME MINNESOTA NEBRASKA PITTSBURGH NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI A con ASSOCIATED MUCSft LKAUD VtlKM MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10 1934 rmn PAPKR CONSISTS OK TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 26 IOWA AND PURDUE TIED 66 AT HALF MORATORIUM ON ALL DEBT PLAN OF HUEY P LONG Senator at Governors Office to Draw Up State Bills BATON ROUGE Nov 10 Huey P Long today planned a two year moratorium on all debt in Louisiana by special session legislative act The senator at the governors office today to draft bills for the special session which is expected to convene by Monday night set to work enthusiastically on his debt idea How would it be to have the Louisiana public service commission issue a debt reprieve he asked surrounded by the governors sec retarial staff and his personal at tendants Question Constitutionality Someone asked whether the re mission of debt fell within the scope of the public service commission constitutionally created to regulate operation of public utilities Oh thats all he replied Well either have them do it or well create a special board to do Long said his plan was to grant moratoria on old indicat ing that he meant obligation of long standing that could not be im dens to the average man Does that mean strictly personal debts or just banking and mortgage debts he was asked Means All Debts I mean all he answered emphatically Were taking care of vendors liens in an amendment we are going to pass to the 1934 home mortgage act This will be some thing Were going to so a man can get a moratorium not to exceed two years by applying to the Louisiana public service commission Hell have to show that theres good reason for the moratorium If he doesnt get the relief he thinks he should hell be able to appeal to That was as far as the King fish would go into the details of his contemplated act Hopkins Asks Borah to Support Charge of Waste in Relief WASHINGTON Nov 10 Harry L Hopkins federal relief ad ministrator today directed his chief investigator to get from Senator Borah whatever information the Idahoan has to support allegations that there has been a shameful in apportioningrelief funds Borah an independent republican made his statement yesterday to reporters Later Hopkins replied If Sen ator Borah will be good enough to furnish me with a bill of particu lars regarding what he character izes as the waste in dol ingout relief funds I promise him quick Congress Expected to Pass AntiLynch Laws Election Has Spotlight of Week s News BIGGEST NEWS OF WEEK JUST PAST NEW DEAL SWEEPS NATION FRANCE AVERTS CRISIS PACIFIC IS FLOWN By TAYLOR HENRY NEW YORK Nov 10 nation came to the political cross roads this week and swarmed down the trail bearing the new deal arrows of Franklin D Roosevelt and democracy Outnumbering the republican vot ers by some they carried nine new senators and eight new representatives into office The overwhelming majorities in con gress virtually assure President Roosevelt of support for whatever program he indorses Senator Arthur H Vandenberg of Michigan breasting the onslaught became the outstanding republican in congress with the defeat of Sen ator David A Reed of Pennsyl where five persons were slain during a campaign parade Merriam California republican Gov Frank Merriam defeated Upton Sin clair and his epic plan to end pov erty but in democratic Gov Albert C Ritchie who sought a fifth term went down to defeat be fore therepublican Harry W Nice The president prepared to hold the big democratic forces in line on such issues as the bonus and infla tion the republicans planned reor ganization Frances truce top pled but PierreEtienne Flandin quickly took up the premiers reins dropped by Gaston Doumergue and the nations pace was unbroken Economic rehabilitation would be his goal Flandin announced turning aside from the constitution reforms which Doumergue sought in vain Japan at Odds Japan found herself at odds with other powers on three issues The league of nations demanded that she explain reports that she is fortifying Pacific islands over which she has the mandate Her league representative said he knew nothing of such activity and ex Turn to Page 2 Column 1 FORECAST IOWA Fair Saturday night and Sunday colder Saturday night except in extreme north central portions warmer in portions Sunday MINNESOTA Fair Saturday night colder in southeast por tion Sunday fair in south un scttletl in north possibly rain in northwest rising tempera ture IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette xveather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 54 Minimum in Night 31 At 8 a m Saturday 34 WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO Nov 10 er outlook for the period Nov 12 to 17 For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys Generally fair except precipitation Monday and again about Thursday in ex treme north portion frequent changes in temperature but most ly near or above normal IOWA GIRL GIVES KIDNAPING TALE Waits in Kansas City Police Station for Parents to Take Her Home KANSAS CITY NOV 10 Helen Swenson 17 was waiting in the police station today for her par ents to arrive from Ottumwa Iowa where the girl said she was ab ducted by two men Thursday The girl told police who picked her up last night that she was drugged brought to Kansas City and attacked A police pickup or der for the two men who the girl said were in a large car bearing a Utah license was broadcast Ottumwa authorities were noti fied and informed police here that the girls parents would leave at once for Kansas Citv ExSenator Reed of Missouri Keeps His Interest in Affairs CEDAR RAPIDS Nov 10 Former Missouri Senator James A Reed no more intends to give up my interest in public affairs and my law practice than I do to jump out of the The fiery administration critic was visiting at a farm near here where he spent his youth He said he was in towa on business He was 73 years old yesterday Asked what will happen to the new deal in the light of Tuesdays election Reed replied You are asking me what is going to happen in a lunatic asylum three months from SOUTH HAS BEEN ABLE TO DEFEAT ALL PAST BILLS Celler Announces Move to Slash Tax Levies on Liquor By CECIL BD1CKSON WASHINGTON Nov 10 Belief that the new congressional alignment will facilitate enactment of antilynching legislation was ex pressed today by Representative Celler of New York ranking demo crat on the bouse judiciary com mittee Now that northern and western democrats outnumber those from southern most of the lynchings take be able to pass an antilynching bill along the lines of the WagnerCostigan he told the Associated Press This measure which failed to pass last session would hold taw enforcing officials responsible for lynchings as well as those who ac tually participate in them More Northerners Now Geller said the south has always been able to de feat such because ibf its strength in congress Now how ever northern democrats outnum ber them both the senate and A movement long heralded to slash the taxes on liquor drastically also was announced by Celler who said that on the first day of the new congress in January he would introduce bills 1 Cut taxes and tariffs on liuqor in half 2 Abolish the federal alcohol con trol administration He said of his colleagues had agreed to support the legisla tion atthe January session Driven Out of Business Strict regulations placed on legitimate distillers and brewers have almost driven them out of bus iness Along with high taxes and tariffs they have made it possible for the bootlegger to Cel ler author of the Celler liquor pre scription act said The new bottle regulations whereby the source of origin must be imprinted on the bottles has placed a premium on those bottles and incidentally their he contended The bottles are being used over and over bootleg stuff being substituted for the real Only Constructive Thing Celler said the only thing con structive the FACA had proposed was a reduction in taxes on liquor and We who led the fight for repeal wanted to drive out the ilicit liquor industry and end bootleggingbut the tax of S2 a gallon on liquor and S5 a barrel on beer not only had permitted both to flourish but has failed to bring in the revenue ex Celler said Celler said that rum row off the Atlantic coast is about as bigas in the days of prohibition but If the tariff was lowered from a allon to it would Killed In Car Crash OSCEOLA Nov 10 Brown 55 of Murray was killed when his auto was struck by a ruck at an intersection south of Murray on highway 34 Beats the Gas Meter While You Sleep A dream gave Charles V Boys British scientist the idea for a homecontrolled gas meter Splendid You simply control your dreams and get your gas free Of course if some horrid nightmare make you whirl like a merrygo round the gas company wins So dont over cat and in busi ness matters stick to realities like this classified want ad from the GlobeGazette It didnt dream a sale It made one FOR piano in fine shape at a bargain On payments if you wish 404 N Washington Senators Daughter Weds Actor of and Ralael Lopez de Onate actor to whom she was married Satunjaj arei shown here as they appeared jn the county clerk office at Los Angeles where the were domed a marriage license until de Onate could pme he is not of Filipino descent Associated Press Ellen McAdoo de Onate Take Vows in Arizona Wedding of Senator Daughter Guarded by Secrecy ALBUQUERQUE N Nov 10 daughter of SenatorW G McAdoo and Rafael de Onate screen actor were mar ried here this morning at the home of W J Heleher Albuquerque at torney and close friend of the McAdoos Arriving here by plane last night from Los Angeles Miss McAdoo spent the night at the Heleher home and de Onate stayed at a hotel At 10 oclock this morning the couple met in the home of the Hel ehers and was married by the Rev George J Weber Congregational minister Only Family There Only members of the Heleher family were present Mrs Heleher attending the bride and Heleher acting as best man for de Onate The wedding took place in the spacious living room of the Heleher home The marriage license was obtained after the Bernalillo county clerk had been called to the home Utmost secrecy guarded the wed ding Wilson Granddaughter The romance of the 19 year old granddaughter of the late President Wilson and the 38 year old movie actor first came to light on Oct 22 when the two appeared before the county clerk at Riverside and filed notice of intention to wed De Oriates screen name is Ralph Navarre Almost immediately parental and egal barriers were threatened and shortly it was announced that the marriage had been indefinitely De Onate tall dark haired hand some actor in Spanish talking films asserted he was of pure Spanish descent and a citizen of the United States He was bom in Manila he said of Spanish parents Ban Mixed Marriages Under California law the mar riage of persons with Malay blood with those of the Caucasian race is orbidden For a time Miss McAdoos moth er Mrs William Gibbs McAdoo di orced wife of the senator and a daughter of President Wilson was prostrated in bed over he affair On Wednesday of this week how ever after Senator McAdoo had rc urned to California from a cam aign trip in several western states le issued a statement through his aw partner William Neblctt that j Icared all parental obstacles to the j omance ECCLESTOHEAD RESERVE BOARD Financial Views of Ogden Utah Banker Regarded as Liberal WASHINGTON Nov 10 Marriner S Eccles Ogden Utah banker whose financial views are classed as liberal was appointed to day as governor of the federal re serve board The 44 year old financier suc ceeds Eugene R Black who re signed three months ago to return to his old post of governor of the Atlanta federal reserve bank Eccles entered public office for the first time last January when he was named assistant secretary of the treasury He had a leading part in formulating the adminis trations housing legislation The new governor whose ap pointment was effective immedi ately was described as an advocate of a liberal degree of government control over credit and currency He also was represented as an advocate of large government spending in an effort to improve business but holds that this should be through the medium of estab lished concerns rather than by en trance of the government into man ufacturing and other cooperative relief enterprises Jury Fails to Indict Driver of Death Car CEDAR RAPIDS Nov 10 The November term district court grand fury in its report today failed to indict Earl Kraft 20 of Van Home on a charge of manslaughter for the death Oct 27 of Margaret Windolf 7 struck by an automobile driven by Kraft A preliminary in formation charging manglaughtor had been filed after police reported that two tests of the brakes on Krafts car had shown them to be in bad condition Closed Bank to Pay DES MOINES Nov 10 District Judge E W Dingwell of Warren county authorized payment of about to depositors of the Citizens Savings bank of New Vir ginia now under receivership 3 HELD FOR PART IN ABDUCTION OF OKLAHOMA MAN Federal Agent Reports Finding From Urschel Ransom PORTLAND Nov 10 C2W Mrs Clara Feldman her son and daughterinlaw were brought here early today by Federal Agent C C Spears who said of ransom money in the Charles F Urschel kidnaping case was found at their dome in Dunsmuir Cal This made more than of the reputed Urschel ransom recov ered in Oregon and California dur ing the past week In that time five persons have been takeninto cus tody in connection with the 000 kidnaping of the Oklahoma City oil magnate for which 15 per sons are serving prison sentences Bullet Hits Car A few hours earlier a missile he lieved to have been a bullet cracked the windshield of an automobile in which Mrs Margaret Hurtienne sister of Mrs Feldman was being spirited ftom Eugene to Portland Mrs was a housekeep er for Alvin H Scott of Medfcrd and both are charged with conspir acy in concealing ransom paid for release of Urschel who was kid naped in July 1933 Mrs Hurtienne was arraigned at Eugene before an United State commissionr late yesterday and bail was set at Wife of Convict Mrs Feldraan gave her name as Clara Davis or Mrs George L Da vis 39 Her son gave the name of Ed Feldman 20 Spears said they would be taken before the United States commissioner here later to day and young Feldmans wife prob ably would be released George L Davis is an alias used by Albert L Bates who is serving a life sentence at Alcatraz island prison for participation in the kid naping Federal agents and other offi cers surrounded the Feldman home at Dunsmuir yesterday and took the trio Federal Agent Spears said no weapons were found at the home They had currency in addition to the hot money Mysterious Mrs Feldman and her sister have auburn hair Spears said he had not heard of the oftmentioned mysterious blond in the Urschel case The attack which sent the missile against the windshield of the motor car in which Mrs Hurtienne was riding took place near Albany United States Marshal J T Sum merville who was bringing the pri soner to Portland said he believed it was a bullet 45 Sign Contracts GARNER Nov farmers have signed contracts to bale tons of corn fodder 10 per cent of which has been baled according to County Agent S J Oberhauser Football Scores FINAL Vale freshmen 0 Princeton fresh men 14 THIRD PERIOD Holy Crow 12 Manhattan 0 Tulane 6 Colgate 20 Chicago 0 Ohio State Georgia 14 Vale 7 Michigan 0 Syracuac 1 New Hampshire 0 Dartmouth 7 Carnegie Tech 0 Temple 27 Fenn State 0 Penn 8 Brown 6 Columbia 14 SECOND PERIOD Oklahoma 0 DuqiiMne 19 Mississippi 18 Florida IS Army 27 Harvard 8 Cane 6 Oberlln 7 New Hampshire 0 Dartmouth 7 City College of New York 0 N University 12 Louisiana 8 George Washington 0 Cincinnati 0 Owlo University 0 Lafayette 8 Ilutgen 18 Michigan State 0 Syracuse S Rhode Island State 12 Connecti cut State 0 St Thomas 0 Springfield 6 South Carolina 0 Vlllanova 13 Xehlgh 0 Princeton 26 West Virginia 7 Fordham 7 Wisconsin 7 Michigan 0 Navy 3 Notre Dame 0 FIUST PERIOD Kansas 0 Wanhlngton U St Louis 0 Alabama 7 Clemnon Maine 0 Bowdoln 0 Virgin la 0 Illinois 0 Northwestern I Wisconsin 7 Michigan 0 MARTIAL LAW ON COLORADO RIVER Governor of Arizona Orders Guard to Take Charge of Dam Site PHOENIX Nov 10 Gov B B Moeur today declared martial law along the Colorado river on the Arizona side of the Parker diversion dam site He or dered the Arizona national guard to take possession and control of the His action grew out of the build ing of a temporary bridge across the river which Governor Moeiir contends is a direct upon Arizonas rights Last spring the governor sent a squad of national guardsmen to camp on the Arizona side of the river to prevent engineers and mir veyors from coming on Arizona soil in connection with the preliminary work on the proposed dam The dam is a part of the pro gram of the metropolitan water dis trict of southern California to pro vide for diversion of Colorado river water after completion of Boulder dam to communities to southern California for domestic purposes For many years Arizona fought against the Boulder dam project and then after that project was placed under way by the federal government the fight was contin ued against further plans for the diversion of the water into Cali fornia Countless Ceremonies to Mark 16th Armistice Day Roosevelt Will Tomb of Unknown Soldier WASHINGTON Nov 10 America observes the sixteenth an niversary of the conclusion of the World war tomorrow with countless ceremonies President Roosevelt will visit the tomb of the unknown soldier focal point for the nations observance and Mrs Roosevelt will attend serv ices at the tomb of Woodrow Wil son in the national cathedral The widow of the war president is ex pected to be present 8 Memorial Chapels On the battlefields of Europe Americana will gather In the eight memorial chapels erected in com memoration of the men who died in the war Frank N Belrano newly elected national commander of the American Legion will deliver an ad dress at the unknown soldiers tomb hi Arlington cemetery at 1 p eastern standard time The American war mothers will participate in ceremonies at the capitol Mrs Estelle Ochiltree president and her grandson James will raise the national service flag below the stars and stripes at 11 a the hour at which the conflict erased To Conduct Service Canon G Freeland Peter will conduct the Wilson memorial serv ice at the cathedral The observance assumes a gay aspect tonight at a ball conducted by the Veterans if Foreign Wars Commander James E Van Zant is in charge Guests Include a group of holders of the congressional medal of honor highest award given by the American government CRAYNE CARRIES BALL 11 YARDS FOR TOUCHDOWN Boilermakers Tie Count With Seconds to Go in Period IOWA CITY Nov 10 lowaa revived Hawkeyes were tied 6 to 6 with Purdue at the end of the half here today in their western confer ence football clash Purdue tied the score with only seconds to play on a pass Purvis to Loebs Boilermaker end over the goal Iowa scored on Dick Craynes end run from the 11 yard line af ter Jakoubek had taken a pass from Crayne for 69 yardt Leas than perions were in the stadium as Iowa played iti last home BigTen football1 game against Purdues titleseeklng Boilermakers A cold raw wind awept the field from the north American Legion drum and bugle corps from all parts of Iowa drilled before the contest as a feature of the dads day ceretnoniea FIBS J PERIOD Purdue won the toM and choae to defend the north for Iowa to Drake On 1 the line returned the firit npinhef wentaround Iowas right end yard was down for the Boilermakers On asmash through line Drake made five before he was tackled byRadloff On wide sweep Carter feluded several Hawkeye tacklers and went to the Iowa 34 yard line Play was called back and Purdue penalized 15 for holding On a spinner Carter the husky halfback found a WjT opening in the Iowa line and riced out of bounds on Iowas 41 yard line Drake hit the Iowa line for three yards on the next play It a first down for the Boilermakers Fisher stopped Carter after the Purdue ace had made a yard Mc Dowell stopped Carter for no gain in an attempt in the line Purvis swept around end for five yards and it waa another first down for Pur due Substitute Seel for Dee in Iowa line McDowell stopped Purvis for only a yard gain Purvis Plunges Purvis made three yards on plunge He was stopped by Hild Kelley stopped Carter almost at the line of scrimmage the gainwas good for a yard Purvis plunged for a first down on the Iowa 16 yard line Purvis made a yard at the cen ter of the Iowa line Purvis picked up two more yards in a smash in the line stopped by made three yards at Iowas left tackle before he was stopped by Hild Carters plunge was inches Turn to Tun2 Column I CURIOUS CUSTOMS Hosts owe it to their guests to have an entertainingline of conver sation and the guests owe the same obligation to their hosts and to one another Dinner table talk can and be deadly dull or it can be live ly and wholly diverting and to the latter end here is a first aid book let It is meaty with origins and explanations of the many curious customs we all observe and few minutes spent with it will supply you with conversational topics for any social occasion Curious Customs may be ob tained only through our Washington Information bureau Send 6 cents in coin for your copy and it will be mailed to you promptly Use coupon The Mason City GlobeGazette Information bureau Frederic J Uaskin director Washington D C I inclose six cents in coin carefully wrapped for the book let Curious Name State Mail to Washington D C   

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