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Burlington Gazette (Newspaper) - August 20, 1932, Burlington, Iowa WEATHER Sunday warmer IOWA'S OLDEST RIVER feet 3 rise of 1 inch THE BURLINGTON GAZETTE r WITH THE 10 established july 10, 1837. AUGUST 20, 1932. CENTS ROOSEVELT SCORES MISRULE HAVE NO VOTE ON DRY REPEAL Vice President Only Casts Ballot in Senate in Case of Tie on BI DAVID LAWRENCE 1932.) Aug. 20-Vice President Curtis has taken advantage of that provision in the Republican national platform which permits every member of the party to for himself whether he will favor the retention of the Eighteenth amendment or its repeal or its When this clause was party leaders felt that it would save many embarrassing especially in the congressional Has No Vote on When the voting in congress occurs on the question of changing the the vice president could not possibly have a even though he presides over the senate and occasionally has an opportunity to vote when there is a Since any change in tho constitution must have a two-thirds vote in both the vice president does not have an opportunity to register his approval or In this respect tho position taken by Mr. Hoover and that taken by Mr. Curtis has no legal of both men carry considerable weight with the rank and of tho Republican In the where Vice President Curtis will do a good deal of the Republicans will have tho benefit of his support of the dry side of the The on the other have a vice presidential candidate who favors and who comes from which would cast Us tectorial vote for the Democratic nominee this time irrespective of Will Speak in Dry Mr. Curtis is a seasoned He will make many speeches in the dry It is doubtful whether he will touch on the prohibition issue vory as the Republican leaders are anxious tn keep It out of the campaign as much as Recently by its showed that it was still and this probably influenced Mr. whose has always been on the dry Just what effect the declaration by Mr. Curtis against repeal may have in eastern states is difficult to though the of will use it to emphasize that their ticket is wet through and whereas one-half of the Republican ticket is dry and tho other half is only to a certain extent Democratic In tho eastern states tho who are corralling wet will insist that the ticket is not going to help repeal the the combination Is committed to This means that tho Republican wots will find it difficult to support their own candidate unless economic and other Issues are more controlling with Certain Republicans declared today that Mr. Hoover's declaration in favor of a change in the Eighteenth would bo all the more in the eastern states because it shows he is ready to discard prohibition as it exists and ho went farther than the Republican and also did not attempt to dictate to his own vice presidential running Tho upshot of it will be that tho Democrats will get that part f tho wot vote which is primarily interested in tho choice of a president on the prohibition which the Republicans say they could not expect to get anyway unless their platform had declared for outright PICCARD HIS WIFE IN START HOME MONDAY Aug. 20.--(A. 20.-Prof. Augusts twice conqueror of the was happy Piccard arrived during and greeted her husband affectionately this saying she was glad to see him looking fo well after his Gen. Italo commander of tho Italian air hero in a plane and will take Professor Piccard and his wife to Venice In a seaplane this They will spend the night and return to go to tho estate of Italian poet and on Lake They expect to leave Italy FAREWELL J. A. British who yesterday completed the first solo flight from east to west over the North Atlantic is shown above as he bade his the former Amy herself a famous farewell as ho MINES STRIKERS CONE Taylorville Workers Quit Swears Out 111., Aug. 20.- The expeditionary force of 10,000 successful in closing local had departed from Christian county today and scattered to homes in adjacent there to await a possible call from loaders for a trek into coal fields further Occupation of the which took placo was terminated last night when lenders announced their purpose had been Local miners had joined the ranks of tho strikers who objected to the daily basic wage agreement recently effected by the Illinois Coincident with the start of tho officials of tho Peabody Coal largest operator in tho obtained 103 members of the Invading forces with inciting to Tho wove based on alleged disorders Thursday in which company property near was allegedly Sheriff Charles said he did not know when ho would serve the Save for a few stragglers the invading forces were entirely out of tho county national guardsmen wero still being held in armories in nearby and where they had been ordered in of violence resulting from tho Close Alpha 111., Aug. 20.-(A. - hundred union miners picketed the near at dawn appropriated the lunch boxes of 50 miners who came to work at 8:30 a. and persuaded them to roturn The picket including several women and was formed two hours ahead of Few of them during tho They were from Peoria and other mining towns of this State policy wero called to the but no violence was At 8 a. m. the pickets left a small force to see that tho ousted miners did not return to and on Page SIOUX CITY GETS NEW Livestock Feeders in This and Adjacent States Will Get R. F. C. Aug. 200.-(A.P.)- Through un office in Sioux tho reconstruction finance corporation seeks to speed federal aid for thoso in South Dakota and Wyoming who noed money to carry their livestock through the The corporation announced immediate establishment of eight regional agricultural credit corporations to serve 2S Their main purpose will be to nuiko loans to livestock raisers for Tho feeding is about to on Page HOT WAVE FORCES ENGLISH PUBS TO PUT BEER ON ICE Aug. 20.-(A.P.)-A blis tering sun arose over England again today following a scorching yesterday which smashed heat records and to which was attributed the deaths of 21 The death toll included three six and a dozen other Yesterday's high temperature was 99. Thousands sought relief at seaside and the Thames embankment became a fashionable promenade lasst night instead of the haunt of the as it usually is. ice cream supplies were exhausted early in the Even the beer at the was put on which is against all British The sky was cloudless again this morning and another roasting was Hundreds slept through tho night on on balconies and in Even the Bank England Issued an order that clerks working in any placo whore they did not come in contact with the public might remove their It was the first time in its long history the lady of Threadneedle unbent EASTERN PLANTS CALL OVER 7,500 MEN BACK TO JOBS Marcus Aug. 20.-(A.P.) of operations in the Ave plants of the Viscose rayon with recall of 1,500 to 2,000 workmen in each was announced at the main office of the Arm here Tho plants were closed early in Juno and the resumption of work began with receipt of increasingly large orders several weeks Officials expressed tho belief that orders will warrant continued Rebels Spurn Milk Agreement ROCKEFELLER AT SIDE AS HER DEATH NEARS Aug. 20.-(A.P.)-John D. violating doctor's orders not to arrived from the east today and rushed to the bedside of his dying Mrs. Edith Rockefeller The New York financier and his wife and were met by the Mrs. Max Oser of and Mrs. Elisha D. Hubbard of who have attended their mother during the illness expected daily to prove have come to Chicago because of the critical illness of my read a written statement handed to newspaper men by Mr. I came here to see her in the early summer I have been suffering from confined to my bed much of the and under my doctor's strict orders not to I have been unable to return Under the circumstances I feel sure I can rely on the sympathetic consideration of the gentlemen of the press to grant me the privacy they would desire were they in my He was asked if his father would come here to visit Mrs. who has not seen him since her divorce in 1921. think it is inadvisable for him to travel because of his Mr. Rockefeller His father is 92. Physicians announced at 10 a. m. that Mrs. McCormick was drifting without apparent change in her She had a fairly good The arrival of her brother buoyed her spirits for a just as her and other relatives had done in recent Her her condition go down to zero and then up by They see how it could last much They recalled they had expected their patient to die LEGION RESOLUTION CENSURES HOOVER FOR BONUS CLASH Aug. 20. - - President Hoover was censured for actions in routing the bonus seekers from Washington recently in resolutions adopted by the Pennsylvania department of the American Legion The resolution cited conditions in the bonus A minority report which accepted description of conditions but excepted criticism of the president was voted down 864 to 124 amid The convention also went on record as favoring full payment of the bonus and as opposing cancellation or reduction of foreign 3 YEARS EATS RAT DIES IN HOSPITAL Des Aug. 20.-(A.P.}- Richard 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy died at a hospital Friday having eaten rat poison at his The family found the boy sitting beside a box which had been moved out of the It contained the poison which Richard was An antidote was administered but he died throe hours Mollison to Delay His Return Flight St. N. Aug. 200.-(A.P.)- J. A. youthful British long distance who yesterday became tho person to fly the Atlantic from east to west has postponed until tomorrow the continuation of his flight to New Ho camo hero last night from N. where he lauded yesterday after flying from He was too tired to go He had a good sleep last night and decided to fly to Montreal this afternoon to watch the Canadian air His westward crossing of the Atlantic was toughest he ovor ho and he was well all He talked by transatlantic telephone with Amy his bride of three weeks and herself a noted distance She promised to sail today for New York to join but lator decided to remain in was he hours ut a stretch on the way across the I couldn't see the water below me and I didn't know whether tho wind was changing and blowing mo my I allowed seven degrees for drift and my calculations must have been about right because when I came ovor land It wasn't 10 minutes before I sighted Harbor going to fly the same plane he I think the return trip will be Flying one has favorable and there is nothing to worry about except the possibility of motor and that is a very faint possibility Mollison gave up entirely his original plan to make the round trip flight from Britain to New Yor and back again In less three After flying to New York Sunday he will rest up before attempting the return His hearing was so affected by the continuous roar of the motor that he was unable to accept dozens of telephone calls which came to him at the farm homo near The farmer who took him in. Raymond had to do the talking for Mollison was credited today with four now aviation records through his present first flyer to fly westward solo over the Atlantic the shortest time from land to laud on a westward the first flight in a land and tho longest duration flight la a email BLOCKADE ON FARM PRODUCE WILL CONTINUE Strikers Around la. Picket Highways Into That Town Busy Sheriff Sioux Aug. 20-(A.P.)- Rebellion in the ranks of pickets seeking to farm products from Sioux City's markets today i promised the possibility of further trouble after milk producers and distributors had reached an Fifteen highway who said they represented stations on each of the nine highways into the declared they would not abide by the agreement and truce negotiated last night they representatives of producers had no right to make an I. president and E. T. secretary of the Sioux City Milk Producers countered with the declaration that they had power to conclude the negotiations and would stand by their promises to lift the blockade Produce Pickets Members of the National Farmers Holiday which seeks to keep all farm products off the markets for a period of 30 meanwhile redoubled their efforts in the belief that truckers would attempt to run the blockade with livestock and was expected if milk trucks are allowed The milk agreement was a Farmers will receive per hundred pounds of milk testing 3.5 per cent They formerly received 75 cents to on a sliding Distributors will increase the retail price from 8 to 9 cents per Roth Sides Both sides expressed satisfaction with the new farmers terming it moral victory for the farmers and declaring it to be the highest price now paid producers anywhere in the They agreed to limit the area of the city milk shed and stop distribution of free which has averaged about 900 gallons per The holiday association was determined to continue the with the aid of Nebraska and South Dakota farmers who ordinarily ship into Sioux for the duration of the 30-day strike They established new picket stations at the Woodbury county lino on three meanwhile maintaining the original barricades nearer the Strike Is With receipts on all produce at Sioux City markets cut buyers turned to their storage stocks and increased rail shipments to supply consumer Members of the holiday association in this vicinity were heartened by news of spreading of tho movement in South Nebraska and other parts of The newest front in the war for higher was whero farmers today set up a tight blockade about that marketing Truckers were warned yesterday to cease federal narcotic agent suspended on story Aug. 20.-(A. - D. F. federal narcotic who is alleged to have forced three youths into his car to submit to questioning about a supposed federal case Aug. 10, which caused his detention by Davenport has boen suspended from the federal service for 15 days without to O. A. H. La district supervisor of narcotic agents at who is here checking up on Ellsworth's has mado a full report of the hitter's misconduct to officials of the treasury department at tears as he steals he has hay fever Aug. 20-(A.P.) - said the robber who entered tho Metropolitan Mortgage association Tears were rolling down his he said to Miss Brady as he held a pistol with one shaking hand whilo ho took with the I can't stand this Have to go 1 the hay Sheriff John A. Davenport of Sioux City has been a busy man the past week because of the farm produce holiday and milk strike activities in his HOOVER INVITES PRESS WORKERS TO CAMP LUNCHEON Aug. 20.-(A.P.)- A vacationing president today had a friendly get-together with news paper men who accompanied him to the Blue Ridge mountains of Mr. Hoover invited to lunch all the reporters and photographers who usually stey at a hotel several miles away from the Rapidan The wives were The president already was well acquainted with most of the Several had been reporting his activities for months before the campaign tho Rapidan is reserved for other some of whom were at camp Robert L. chairman of the tariff was in the latter Acting Secretary Castle of the state department rode down from Washington with the Mrs. Thomas A. widow of the and her Mrs. John E. were guests of Mrs. Others listed were Mr. and Mrs. John Martin and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Morrison of TRIAL WALKER RESTING New York Republican Chairman Comes Out With New Blast at N. Aug. 20.-(A. - A charge from tho Republican camp that Mayor James J. Walker seeks to twist his hearing into a trial of political echoed today as the mayor rested for a fight for his The voiced by W. G. O. P. state resulted from Walker's action in summoning Macy and other Republican leaders to appear before Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt The mayor apparently seeks to substantiate his contention that the legislative which resulted in the removal charges against was a fishing Macy said last night at Syracuse the mayor was trying to a question of good government into a mock trial o' political He said tho investigation had shown that graft and executive laxity ran rampant in New York Tho Republicans are expected to be called Monday unless tho supreme court upholds a court attempt by Walker to halt the hearing WISCONSIN D. Aug. 20-(A.P.) - Wisconsin today was granted a loan of by the reconstruction finance corporation to meet current emergency relief KEEP FLYING Valley N. Aug. 20-(A. a new endurance decord tucked away in their Mrs. Frances Marsalis and Mrs. Louise kept fraying nerves under control today and pressed toward their goal of a full week in the It was a battle of feminine grit vs. exhaustion for the ladybird housewives who have been aloft since 12 noon Sunday and who smashed Edna May Cooper's and Bobby Trout's old record of 123 hours late we are all but we are going to stick it said a note dropped to noted airman who is managing their But in celebrating their feat they did full justice to a quail dinner the refuelling plane took up to At 2 a. m. today they had been in the air 134 The sky was clear and Jones was confident they would stay up till noon STATES MOVES HE'LL MAKE TO AID BUSINESS Governor Proposes More Stringent Stock Sales RENO TALKS OF STRIKE GAINS Progress Js Away Ahead of What Was Farm Leader Des Aug. 20.-(A.P.)-A 66-year-old man talked today of the agrarian revolt he started almost single-handed and which he is spreading faster than any other economic reform in the nation's Milo president of his own the National Farmers Holiday reviewed the events of the last two since members in three states have stopped selling their farm products in an attempt to get for them higher power on Reno destroy the foundation on which we are It is as fundamental as God this effort we are making to restore the purchasing power and to stabilize the price of farm He spoke of three related movements in North a strike in northwestern the tight blockade around Sioux City which already has resulted in high milk prices for interests shown In the holiday by farmers and business throughout the and the spread of sentiment favoring similar strikes in South and His voice was husky from the dozens of speeches he had given recently before large mass far the progress we have made has been many times what we But our real the progress that means a permanent Is not reflected in the percentage of products we have already held off the real progress is that not only farmers but all groups everywhere are beginning to realize tho absolute justness and the absolute necessity of our ARE FOUND DEAD Former Victim of Monoxide Fumes in His Auto in Says New Aug. 20.-(A. death of the Rev. Joseph 11. Catholic priest whose body was found in his garage a few hours after Miss Lavinia a public school was dead in the parish house of St. was attributed to carbon monoxide poisoning today by Coroner James J. The coroner declined to whether the 43-year-old priest died accidentally while seated in his and an autopsy on Miss Moran's body had not been Miss an active worker in the was found in a bedroom yesterday by who were called by Adoph brother of the after Father Cournoyer had pn Page Aug. 20.- Governor opening his road campaign for the today proposed that sellers of legitimate securities be required to reveal bonuses and urged that every effort be made to prevent issues of unnecessary and favored more stringent banking laws for the mass of average American men and I am not ashamed to have been forgotten by those in The fn a speech at the state Democratic convention said the Hoover administration a vast speculative boom and when the reckoning came it was not honest with the Cites G. 0. P. sum up the history of the last administration in four Gov. Roosevelt encouraged speculation and over through its false economic attempted to minimize the crash and mislead the as to its erroneously charged the cause to other nations of the refused to recognize and correct evils at home which brought it delayed relief and forgot Safeguard Mr. Roosevelt codified in a speech at the state Democratic Prevention of the issuance of. and unnecessary securities which are brought out merely for the purpose of enriching those who handle their sale to the further provision respect to legitimate the sellers shall uses to which the money is Federal regulation of holding companies which sell securities in interstate ' Government regulation of in the business of selling and buying securities and commodities that by the expedient of moving elsewhere avoid regulation in any given Regular Bank More rigid supervision of national banks the protection of A proposal to discourage and prevent use of bank deposits in to the detriment of local which was by the government Separation of investment and Restriction of federal reserve banks accordance with the inal plans and earlier Mr. Roosevelt promised will no longer be possible for international or to sell securities on the implied understanding that these securities hava been passed on or approved by the state department or any other agency of the federal ( that officials In the I administration will neither by word or by deed seek to Influence prices of stocks and i Assails Hoover i The he all too often Issued j statements which have had no relation to the scientific information which it This has shaken public Continuing Mr. Roosevelt told his that assurance which I am here giving you is to my mind on Page THE WEATHER j Generally warmer in northeast and central portions Sunday partly warmer In east and central slightly warmer in northwest portion fair and somewhat Fair Sunday generally fair and slightly St. fall 0.2. La tall 0.5, 0.6. rise 0.3. St. vise 0.1. rise 0.7. New no Oil LOOM For upper and central sreat except at beginning of during latter -Um except cooj ' 706?44
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