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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TIlttER FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ,, LEE SVMMfATE NKIVSI'AI'EK issued Every Week Day by the MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CUMl'AN^ 121-123 East State Street Tclcpnone No. 3800 vlth the Legion and Mason City, as a community. has only to think in gratitude of a dozen major community services performed by the Legion to wish the organization well in this and every other undertaking. LEE P. LOOM1S W. EARL HALL ENOCH A. NOREM LLO*D L. GEER - - - - Publisher Managing Editor . . - City Editor Advertising Manager MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS-- The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication or all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper, and also all local news published herein. SUBSCRIPTION KATES Clear I*k«, -MM"" CM MO Clear Lane. Mason CUT by the year *·"" OUTSIDE SIASON OIK th ° " M True eloquence is saying all that is necessary, and nothing but what is DAILY SCRAP BOOK CopyrljM." 1834, ty Central PrtM Pertinent or Impertinent With plans announced for boosting the national debt to thirty-two billion within the »«t year and a half, why should there be so much concern over a mere fifth of a billion a year, more or less . 4 # * Bvron Allen is scarcely 30 years old but he is to draw the largest benefits * des o ra age pension system, as secretary of the board charge. Hurray! The spec ial session has been Justified. session. THE JOKE IS ON JESSE rpHIS has nothing to do with the "brain trust' ^ ·I-with any suspected plotting by intellectual radicals to sovietize the government; moreover, it can't be laid at the door of the Roosevelt administration because the central figure in the incident is Jesse Jones, chairman of the Reconstruction Finance corporation, a holdover appointee of the former Hoover regime. It's just a sample of the innumerable little things that rise up to embarrass a public official handling a bic job. But it has subjected .Tones to quite a bit of sarcastic "razzing" because one of his business concerns down in Texas-he's a millionaire captain of industry, you know--isn't playing the game according to regulations laid down by the RFC boss for financial concerns in general. For months past, Jones has been trying to persuade bankers all over the country to loosen up on 'their loans so that business enterprises might use their credit for increasing activities and employment. He stressed the fact that, with the government assuming ultimate liability for a large proportion of bank deposits, under the federal deposit insurance system, there was no longer any need for banks to maintain such a high degree of liquidity in their resources In other words, they should sell some of their government bonds and loan the money out to their customers. of the big banks in New York, Chicago and proofreaders can't correct OTHE^^ OUR MARVELOUS INDIFFERENCE the state. What provision nake their work enforcen Our ' stage to motor cars are increasing. Our try as a whole is now approaching 100 Although the increase ^_ _ a day. the"numbcr of automobiles ent The the number of fatalities increased 1J per c escapablc conclusion is that American motorists ar becoming indifferent to safety rules. Theie is a giov. ing spirit of recklessness. ·-frlE HETTY . ONE OF 1"HE WORLDS RICHEST WOMEN, ONCE jAVE HER SON A PACKAGE OF CANCELLED OBSERVING . -THEY WERE BONDS AMD HAD HIM CARRY HEM -To SA.N FRANCISCO "To MAKE SURE HE WAS EFFICIEMT AND lRU§-fWORrfHV- ASSURED H I M A RAILROAD - . . The slaughter on our highways is a n rlis- dis other large cities have refused thus far to follow this advice and smaller banks are naturally waiting on the big establishments to take the lead. Chairman Jones not long ago picked out a Chicago bank which had advertised itself as "100 per cent liquid" and scored the management, in a public statement, for failure to give its co-operation in the national recovery movement. Now cornes the sequel: Somebody down in Houston, Texas the home town of Mr. Jones, took the trouble to look up the published reports of a national bank in that city, of which he is president, and discovered that it has been steadily contracting its loans and putting more and more of its funds into government bonds during the past nine months. . Great, therefore," is the glee of his critics in spreading the news that whereas the Jones bank had only 5SV- per cent of its resources in cash and securities last June, the proportion rose to 62.2 per cent in December and 80.3 per cent on March 5. They show, further, that commercial loans declined in the same period from 41 per cent of deposits in June to 37.2 per cent in December and only 25.9 per cent in March. In all probability Jones had very little to do with this The bank,-no doubt, is being run by others while he is in Washington handling the RFC job. But, of course, he has to take the gaff notwithstanding And Jones is a fellow who can take it. He must have grinned when he got this message from the Chicago banker whom he had previously upbraided: "Atta boy, .Jones. Keep up the good work. At l/i the rate you" are going it won't be long before we are TM both 100 per cent. While you are crooning the, rest of the bankers into supporting floundering industry, The idea is a honey. n the mechanical control of an automobile is kiirhlv essential for drivers. Mastery of tae Petals of operation on their part will help to lessen highway accidents, but before there can be any rea progress made in cutting down the toll of death and injury it will be necessary for all drivers to get a l clear n u r y w clearer picture of the rights of others. Also a clear vsion of penalties they will be required to suffer for failure to obey rules of the road. This involves a tremendous job of civilizing, or at least humanizing some Millions of drivers-a mob in which gentlemen and hoodlums are badly mixed up-- it is, we greatly fear, too much to hope that it can be accomplishes on a scale necessary to produce the maximum of results shall make a start with a state patrol PROPOSED CONCRETE -lOV^R. 2,300 'FEET Wl-trl A SPIRAL, CAR -TRACK. PoR. "THE PARIS EXPOS rfioN - -DIET and HEALTH diagnose or give personal E.M.XRIKLE , OF CAMEKOM .MO,, HAD A. PET -THAT FOLLOWED HIM - WHEREVER. 4-6 SF'C--. Ife y^ letters from readers wnen qucsuucs « i v however, they will Ins taken up, tn uracr, tilobiMjazeUe. Write legibly and nut an LOUAN CLKNUKN1.NU, EARLIER DAYS Unlly Fcaturs »r,,,i. Kram the Ulobe-liMClW. Pllra of tlm Vcarj «ono By. Thirty Years Age- Mrs. William Colby, after a delightful isit in 1-hc city However, we with power to require periodical examination of drivers as well as cars. In many states inspection of cars at stated intervals is a prerequisite to the use of the highways and the,car is given a certificate of mechanical excellence after it is put in proper condition. That is necessary but it is even more necessary that the man who drives and upon whose skill, judgment and decency depend the lives of other people should show that he possesses qualifications to drive. We cannot iepend upon the education of drivers and appeals to their sense of fairness. We must put into their minds fear of the consequences of failure on their part to FEVER USED AS REMEDY FOR DISEASE The other day I happened to pick up a^patients chart in the ' nurse, "Good tt %h P " e %neaTh~e nuTse- ; 'that will be down in an ' hour or two. That was just given to him for purposes of treatment. And so it is. In the eld days they used to think fever was a very unfavorable symptom and tried to reduce it one way. or another. Nowadadys, except in vcrj long continued fevers, we feel that t is a Dart of the defense reactions oV nature and one of the way, that nature uses to gc". the patient well. The reason for this simply is that ordinary temperature of the very favorable tempera- e growth of most germs, the favorable limits are Mrs. am , relatives in the city, returned to Her home m Charles am pleased to sec the use of flushing bars on mowers grow. Recently I noted an item about an order issued by the Indiana highway commission to those who maintain roads. All mowers must be equipped with a flushing bar, so simple of construction that farmers could without trouble supply it on their mowers. From a bar extending from the front of the mower gunny sacks or some other material swishes along over the grass in front of the blades of the mowing apparatus. The purpose is to startle the nesting bird and flush it, at the same time informing the operator in ample time to lift the mower and save the " "All right of way in the state high-way system arc to be mowed with mowers equipped with flush- in" bars," the Indiana state highway commission's order reads "Tliis will prevent the killing ot birds not out of the nest. Flushing bars to be used in mowing on the right of way will be provided by the department ot conservation ana forwarded to you. We also cxpec you to instruct your employes opci ating mowers not to destroy nests after the mowing operation is com Dieted, if nests are not disturbed. Another important part of thi order concerns the burning of gras along the right of way. The orde "Burning of grass and other vcgc tation is hcrpby prohibited alonf right of way, except in such spccw cases where permission for action i requested and granted by the nign wav commission." The way marshes, fields, hedgerows, and right of way have been burned during the past year has made it difficult for song and game birds. Due to the dry winter and spring, thousands of acres of vegetation have been burned off. thus destroying cover for pheasants quail and many kinds of song biids 4 Iowa game authorities are do ng some effective work along this h e and all who arc in a position to do so--and all farmers arc--should, it seems to me, lend a hand. 'can't quite figure cither why motorists persist m the double railroad huppcued un to an interesting explanation of liuw that uncxplainablc song, "You Vasty Man," came to be written, t was brought out In a. Chicago di- ·orcc court. Mrs. Eddie Manluns. estifying in behalf of her applica- ion for marital freedom, told the :ourt her husband was practicing jolt shots in the kitchen when the club he was swinging hit her in the: eye and she called him "a nasty man." For solace, Mankins rushed .0 the piano and composed the sun^. ;t was a matter of revenge and it's jeing taken out on the public, through the radio, it seems. know of nothing about our youngsters today that is quite so disturbing to me as the knowledge that when I park my car in a place frequented by boys and girls in large numbers. I must lock my doors to be sure ot coming back and finding the contents of my tool compartment or side pockets undisturbed. At the Y. M. C. A. and in other places where one would expect to find as good as the. best amoiiK youngsters, lockers must not be left unlocked. I realize, of course, that one 01 two bad actors in a group inevitably give complexion to the whole crowd. But if pilfering were looked upon by our youngsters as a wholly reprehensible act, I am rather of Uio opinion the light-fingered i n d i v i d u a l would find himself restrained in hi." wrong-doing. hope that wncn I'm 91 years old 1 shall have as much humor in me as was displayed y R. H. Langstroth of the O'ld Fcl- ows home who penned the followins ontribution and brought it to my csk: i'jiv Arl.ini TMlen lit- I r f l Ihn. snrdrn ft'lirt-1 He had R his c r t n t e And v.-licn his children K ,,t so hi? Ho spyltc lo Eve, Ills mate. inrf the miDMiinrc u[ h!s ^vorry wa.i He Marled In to tc'l ller When 1 call on one to ivurU h" i h i n l ; 1 mcnn the otlier roller. observe the law. you and I can pull for shore. How did vou ever think of it? WORLD WAR BIRTHDAY EVENTEEN years ago today, the United States formally declared war on Germany. Although we arc yet too near to the conflict for final ap- Q praisal there is a rather general agreement among and women wiu never agai contemporary historians that America's entry threw I dr i v en through an election A BRAIN TRUST LEXICON W "E Wahlman in the Chicago Tribune: When Dr. Wirt proves his statement about the ultimate purpose of the brain trust, perhaps the American people will better understand the changed vocabulary needed by the New Deal. In the writings and speeches put forth by the brain trusters in their own names and for the politicians who lean on them we find that radicals become liberals, conservatives become reactionaries, socialism becomes planned economy, inflation becomes reflation, debasement becomes revaluation, confiscation becomes equitable distribution, greenbacks become circulating bonds without coupons, monopoly becomes codification, initiative becomes exploitation, history becomes propaganda, the constitution becomes an outworu ducement, dictation becomes co-operation, and borers from within become technical^advisers. THE DEMOCRATIC'VIEWPOINT Fenton Reporter: The republican party m Iowa, under its present type of leadership is no place for that great mass of liberal minded men and women who place principle ahead of party label. These men -- - again be herded together and body is a. Dr. Clendenlnjr However, .ULU i v . t - u * » J V J ~* ·/ , x -i .. visit among relatives and friends in Newell. M " acl,r Jack Sullivan began this morning; w,th a large gang of men to work on the new sever be twcen Fourth and Washington streets. Judge C. F- Smith called court today a: 1^0 o'clock The first witness called was Dr. 1. T. Blaise. Business Manager Wyand of the Memorial *ux- ball teTm sucSf in raising W during the chape! period yesterday morning. using crossing on not very wide, and germs stop growing, the germs _cease part ture of 10* and if tempera. germs. we actu- ot ^ipSaT .ci edjn an v^tf* :rt n hafntadly a sNnst1ad P ~ucin g ^5^^«^-«2-£ cured · cry- Twenty Years Ago-- . Attorney M. F. Hcaly of ?ort Dodge was in 1 city yesterday on business. ,TMinv VV H Hughes of Minneapolis is m the city today on business and visiting with old friends T. R. Glanville and son, Dean, arc spend ing . couple of days in their cottage at Tanglefoot at Clca, rs A Birby left yesterday for New Hampton vhere'shc will spend the week-end with relatives and "'"'erne Hill, formerly of this city but now of Miles City, Mont., arrived here last night and will visit with f0 Corki S ns° r icft m ycsterday for Billings, Mont., 'and Mrs. W. S. Warner of Charles City were u, u .TM,, 5 ... First street northwest when by moving two blocks south they would have the convenience and safety of a viaduct. And yet I'm told that at least half ot the residents ot Wiklwoocl and Forest Park, given this option, elect to take a chance on their safety or on meet in" up with a prolonged wait while a lengthy freight train passes. One man in that territory has it figured that in enforced waits alone, n saves himself four hours every yea by using only the viaduct route. H reasons too that by requiring hi children to use that course, aa pc destrians, he is contributing largel to their safety in going oack and forth to high school. 'hen Kve Rot ivfirrlerf. anxious ami I.ilu- ary oilier mother TiV.d Adam he must n a m e t h e m To tell unc from another. Adam filarLed In with ^neert ^"'1 fa un- i t e hurl a Job you bet For t h e r e wns HO n i n n y c h i l d r e n t h a t He never had seen yet l i e namH them S;im nnri Turn itrul Jtrn an John And HmOer,-ion find Thomp-.rm And t h a t bif; t u n n y looking nin* Of course he named Lum J v h n s u n . You've pot morn c h i l d r e n Kvc, IIP MM ThJin I cnn bother \vltli Let'-'; b u n c h UK- lot in oir- lily P' 1 " And call the bundle Smith. And lhay have kept their record clc«r By notches on H stick And that's the reason that' today Tha Smiths arc now so thick. them malaria was was no worse off. The latest form of this treatment is to use what ,, £5£r a ·*W^£*^^i .... .. year by the reactionary vIcTory'to'the side of the allies, that alignment with republican machine. They have too ,long played, the the central powers would have turned the tide the other way. In Washington a few days ago, the seven mem- rs of congress, both houses, who voted against entering the war insisted, on being interviewed, held mrt of a pawn for the reactionary bosses who. hav- n°- failed at every turn to block the democratic re- coverv program, have now all but given up hope of retaining their hold. bers they had been sustained in their position: Some of them held that no single decision in the nation's history had been so fraught with disaster. This, too, ithing for future historians to decide. ~The one" certainty of the situation is that United States, considered by and large, went into the war without thought of selfish gain. We believed m the ideal of an idealistic leader-making the world safe for democracy. We know, of course, that this result was not obtained. Dictatorships on all hands make a grim joke of our idealism. Out of that conflict grew the American Legion the largest service men's organization within one nation in the history of the world. Marching in its ranks are a million men, with an average age of 41 or 42 years. It is merely the army, navy and marines of 1917 grown a. few years older. Some, differing with a single debatable policy of the Legion, are prone to condemn the organization. Such a course reflects an unfairness and a narrowness. The Legion has made no claim to infallibility. !t has made, and admitted, its mistakes. But such Mistakes have been offset a dozerjfold by admirable accomplishment. Examination of the whole picture will convince any fair-minded person of this. Jt is singularly appropriate that the local Legion post's final drive to attain its membership goal and jring the fourth district over its assigned quota should open" on this seventeenth anniversary of the conflict out of which the organization was born. The American Legion is destined to march on, with steady foot and sure. And Mason City, in the future as in toe past, must be in the vanguard. Eligible service men not now wearing the blue ,ind "old button have abundant reason for affiliating ONE STRING--BUT IT'S GOOD Osage Press: Brother Don Berry of the Indianola Record shies off from Clarence Knutson, the gross income tax candidate, because "he has only one string to his fiddle." It's a good string, though, and properly played might produce more harmony than we've heard from the many-throated taxpayer in a long time. MAYBE HE'S BEEN LIBELED Boone News-Republican: If John Dillinger heard about that petty bandit in northern Iowa who claimed to be Dillinger, he must have been considerably agitated over the damage of his reputation. atmenT is'used'm paresis and several forms Recently it has been extended to of nervous disease. Recently irea. __ wai Jomewh'at^mflar^ scribed. A child was observed at B « lle TM e j"° s fj!L. show no improvement on the regular f o r m o f treat ment for chorea, but when, from some infection h got a temperature of 106, the chorea promptly stop led A number of cases have been treated along thes lines with what appears to be very gi'aWying results It is probable that a very considerable numbei o diseases may be found responsive to this treatment. yesterday. Ten Years Ago-I G Kanlan of DCS Moines arrived in the city Saturday atonoon for a week-end visit with friend, George Rowe, street commissioner of Joice, was ^number of Mason City Lutherans are planning to attend a meeting of the Lutheran brotherhood at Rockwell tonight. , r Miss Norma Brunsveld, teacher at Koose\cu school vent to Hanlontown Saturday to visit fnendb and relatives. . r Miss J. E. Donaldson, who assists at the office 01 Dr H S Beemer, returned Saturday from St. Paul where she had been visiting with f" en J s F M Orr o£ Monona has accepted the receivership 'of the Central Trust company and is expected to assume direction Tuesday. IOWV CITY--Burt E. Ingwcrscn.. assistant football coach at the University or Illinois, has s ^^f three year contract as head football coach at the University of Iowa, succeeding Howard H. Jones ', Killian of the Killian company of this city re- How do canning factories make tomato juice which does not separate as the home-canned juice does? 'The principle used to remedy the condition calls for the use of a ho- mogenizer which will break up the particles and hold them in suspension Various names arc given to equipment operating under this principle. A homogenizer would be quite expensive for home use. What is the birthday of Home. A April 21 is celebrated as the birthday of the Eternal City. The occasion was celebrated w,,h the Vinalia Urbana. a festival when the first wine of the previous harvest was drunk. Was cabbage eaten bv the ancients? C. I'- ., ,,,,,.,,_ Early civilizations used it. tians considered it of ·"·" turned this morning from a business trip at City. TODAY IN HISTORY ·rcat id mcd- pc ance. Hippocrates ascribed medical properties to it Cato and F- thagoras mention it in their '"who owns the new'.v found miniatures of Mrs. George }vns.nin(.- fon" s children now on exh.b.bon at cial travelers of America for tin-. a ory of God; to supply every hotel in America and Canada with a Bible for each guest room and I" prepare the hearts of travelers for salvation." attended circuses EDITOR'S MAIL BAG ONCE OVERS * A run. 6 This Date--Lincoln Stcffcns, b. ~By J. .). MUSUV" THINKS F. R. D. SURPASSES LINCOLN CALMAR, April 0.--In a recent issue of your paper, there was reference to a woman who had spoken slio-htingly of the $7.50 which had come to her family from the CWA. I would like to see v.-liat kind of a woman it is that can speak in that tone about the CWA checks that have meant clothes, food, shelter and even life to so many of us all over the United States, even in Iowa. I can't help believing that a woman who would speak thus, or have such thoughts, has ever been in actual want. If she had, 57.50 would mean the difference between actual suffering and the chance to give her children three small meals a day. It's hard to get along on .$7.50 a week. I grant. But it's much easier than getting along on nothing as some of us have been trying to do for several weeks. What do such people want? I think we should get down on our knees and thank God for sending us such a man as Franklin D. Roosevelt--and God surely has sent him. No man could do the things he has done without God's help. Lincoln was a great man. But I think Roosevelt wTIl go down in history as even greater. Sincerely yours, MRS. H. J. SPINNER. CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME Are vou "just, before you are generous. Do you make liberal donations to different .funds, so large that your family is required to undergo bard- ships before you can meet your subscriptions? Many men make large contributions for the sake ° £ SeTclnnTa^rd so much; but they are to subject their families to conditions they should never be called upon to endure. when contributions are so- This is especially true when coniriDuuons aic licited by persons of importance and pr° minEn ":. Families should expect to make some sacrifices, to help those less fortunate. But they should not be expected to submit to naru- ships; in order that the man of the house may make a Rood fellow of himself. Such men are surprisingly numerous. (Copyright. 193-1. Kins rcalorcs Syndicate. I n c . . Scriptural Thought-For whosoever will Ea%e his life shall lose it; but whosoever shall lose ms life for My sake and the gospel's the same shall save U.--St. Maik S:35. Notables Born AM.^ * .. 1866, sociologist, publicist, author of one of the imi American autobiographies." Walter Huston, b. 1884, stage and cinema actor." Lowell Thomas b. 1892, traveler, author and commentator. ** Anthony H^l». Fokker, b. 1890. pioneer airplane designer. - Timotny Cole, b. 1852, distinguished wood engraver. Lion Hearted, for his ransom sTcapUvc ^"Austria; was killed in Vranee -^ r , , , _ _ . .:n_ ,, n n t f . r -n/^VllI* AVPr a^n-mous. He brought the mm- iatnr« to the gallery to have tni a 1 r t tist S id t e°ntiffed g ^ . this investiga- Lion it was determined that these w°?e the lost miniatures of Martha Tp'attv" and John Parkc Custis. painted in 1772 by Charles Willsou How many 1933? C. S. About 20,000,000 in U. S. What was Milton's first published book? E. W. His first published work was H sonnet in Praise of Shakespeare which appeared in the Shakespeare Folio. Milton's first published book was a Maske Presented at Ludlow Castle, 1624, printed for Humphrey Robinson at the Signc of the Three Pidgcons in Paul's Churchyard. 1637. Is there a difference between '··- branch and an agency of a. Federal Reserve bank? A. V. ,, , . , A branch can transact all k i n d s of Fcder.V reserve business such as rediscounting commercial paper and the like, whereas an agency has limited functions. Where is headquarters nl t h r American Federation of Labor ? J. I.. At 901 Massachusetts avenue, Washington. Do more of the eligible men or PC C Ho much docs the population of the world increase each year. their women actually vote? 15. Many more men exercise right to vote. About 20 per cent of the women who are eligible actually vote. of the ] 19 »_Richard Plantagenct, the whose subjects had paid a fortune #^Ir^^n^^wl^Tpetty nob,c over a few hundred pounds. April 6, mS-Laura de Noves, wife of Hugh de Sade and mother of U, died at the age 01 «, at Avignon. True to her husband, she returned the pas- stonitc advances of Francesco Petrarch, great Italian poet, with indifference, and was made an immortal by the despairing sonnets he addressed to her. 1866-First G. A. R. (Grand Army of Republic) post was established at Decatur, 111. by Dr. K K Stephcnson. surgeon, and Rev. W. J. Rutledge, chaplain, of the 14th Illinois Infantry, long--A XT. S. naval officer wrote in his diary: "The pole at last. The prize of three centuries. My dream and goal for 20 years. Mine at last. I cannot brin "myself to realize it. It seems so simple and commonplace." Thus did Robert E. Perry record his discovery of the North "-'- ' According to estimates league of nations statistical bureau. the earth's net gain in population more than 30,000,000 n -ear At this rate the population win double itself in a little more than 660 years. have state with ,917-- A t 1:11 ing the world sa inUi the war to end wars. p. m the United States began mak- fe for democracy, r.nd throw itself How many states planning hoards? C. T. State planning boards, ...clinical consultants assigned by the federal government, have been organized in 37 states. Is the rice crop ot the 'I'n'J'P; pines raised by modern methods. 'in ' °-eneraV the same methods which We been used in the orient for 2000 years are used in the Philippines. A few power threshing machines have been introduced, but otherwise rice is planted harvested and threshed without machinery. When was tho (iidcfln sncictv formed? V. W. July 1, 1899. Its declared pur|nv.c was '"to band together the Christian travelers of America and through them to win the comnier- AUNT HET By Robert Qtiillcn "You've }T'l to 1'HVC two en- throe bubicK before you get sense cnouph to Irf one alone when i t ' s satisfied like it is."

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