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Burlington Gazette (Newspaper) - August 24, 1932, Burlington, Iowa WEATHER IOWA'S OLDEST RIVER feet rise of 1*/* since yesterday 96th THE BURLINGTON GAZETTE r 12 it THERE WITH THE ESTABLISHED JOLTS 10, 1837. AUGUST 24, 1932. CENTS H. L BOARD LAUDS Disappointment in President Most Acute When 1928 Campaign Is Aug. 24.-(A.P.)- Terming Vice President Curtis the only candidate to whom can be the Methodist board of temperance prohibition and public morals today said would be idle to that President Hoover's proposal for a in tho prohibition laws had been Tho Methodist statement said American prohibitionists certainly strive to secure the defeat of any congressman who votes to destroy the Eighteenth amendment by the enactment of legislation authorizing tho manufacture and sale of beer or other intoxicating Recalls 1928 In speaking of its disappointment lit Mr. Hoover's declaration for stato determination of tho solution of the prohibition with in the federal constitution against tho return of tho the Methodist board said this feeling was particularly acute when is remembered with what utter devotion tho Democratic and Republican supporters of Mr. Hoover his cause In 1928." The board closed its statement with a number of Among these tho political parties Lave taken a position hostile to prohibition had not tho wets controlled prospective campaign it unjust to believe that a deliberate effort has been made by a small group of millionaires to divert the thinking of the nation from economic problems by raising a general outcry for the return of the legalised Hoover Writes D. Aug. 24- Hoover considers himself on common ground with the prohibition in desire to rid this civilization of the evils of the liquor He made this statement in a letter to Dr. Daniel Poling which was made public by the chairman of tho allied dry forces for in making public tho chief executive's letter dated August 22, renewed his previous endorsement of Mr. are many moral and spiritual problems before to which you have given so many years of devoted the president's letter are on common ground in a desire to rid this civilization of the evils of tho liquor may not all agree on method is I have come to the belof that wo through constructive and not destructive revive the energies of the stato to deal with tho now with federal constitutional guarantees against the return of tho Did Considers President Poling told reporters ho considers Mr. Hoover is personally and politically He then described Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt as dry and politically Ho president's letter confirms us is the judgment nnd good faith with which we by an overwhelming national our conclusion to support his * * It is Mr. Hoover's determination to meet out great issue * * * V. S. STEEL PLANS TO SPEND ON IMPROVEMENTS New Aug. 24.-Wall Street eager today to learn whether other large concerns would follow the lead of tho United States Steel announced yesterday that an outlay of had been authorized for replacements and improvements at its Wide interest was accorded u by Myron C. who said in making tho that it would seom a buying movement in tho United States be long AMANA WOOLEN MILLS TO BE BUSY UP TO JANUARY 1 Aug. 24.- - Orders on hand for products of tho Amana woolen mills are sufficiently largo to keep the running steadily until Jan. 1 on a 10-hours-dHily Arthur business manager of tho Amana said He added that salesmen have conducted a campaign recently for business gratifying The Amana mills have boon operating all summer and tho inventory has the manager Tho seven Amana colonies changed from communism to limited capitalistic system of government and KILLS Aug. 24-(A.P.) 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Blosch of was fatally injured when she was stepped on by a FARM STRIKE CLASH LOOMS PARLEY WILL OPEN FRIDAY Aug. 24.-(A. - More jobs and easier credit is the goal of tho conference of America's business leaders opening here Friday with President Tho national gathering is timed to take full advantage of what government loaders say they believe is a upward break in the economic contest and administration officials are Mr. Hoover believes if the flow of capital can bo speeded up and tho jobs passed around to spread buying the conference will have contributed a big boost for an economic So on these two main objectives are focused one of the most representative meetings of American business leadership in recent Democrats and Republicans are joining in the Owen D. Young of New Atlec of tho chairman of tho reconstruction and Melvin Traylor of are among the outstanding Democrats who will participate as members of the 12 business and industrial committees of the federal reserve CHAPLIN WILL 60 TO COURT Famous Screen Comedian Opposes His Entry Into Motion Los Aug. 24.-(A.P.)- One of the greatest of all movie successes Charlie Chaplin is so opposed to his two young sons starting in his footsteps at their tender age he plans court action to prevent it. Counsel for the famous pantomimic artist said he intends to possibly by a petition contesting the right of his divorced Lita Grey to take the children into the movies without Chaplin's The former Mrs. Chaplin has had custody of the children since the divorce some five years She recently signed a contract for herself and the 6, and Sidney 5, to appear in pictures for Fix Film Chaplin's Lloyd said the divorce agreement is worded to prevent the boys being started on a professional career by mutual consent of the Wright said the comedian that his sons are too young to subject to the influences of a movie that they should be given the best opportunity for normal boyhood development and allowed In later years select their own or Chaplin also was represented as feeling that ho had made ample financial provision for the Mrs. Chaplin is reported to have received a settlement in the and a month for support and education of tho for the first time in two took the boys away from homo for several hours Monday for a exercising his right under the terms of tho divorce to see them ho Is reported to have made trust fund providing incomes for them until each roaches the age of 25. CORN CONDITION IS SATISFACTORY Iowa Crop Made Slow Progress During Last Reed Dos Aug. 24.-(A. - Iowa's corn crop is in a satisfactory tho rather slow during tho last Charles E. director of tho Iowa weather and crop reported A little of tho earliest can bo shelled by hand and is practically safo while considerable is in the milk he The bulk is just beginning to mostly of which has been stopped by heavy was resumed late last but of shocks are saturated and have little change of Much stack threshing Timothy threshing was Much intended for seed was cut for hay of a poor set of and soy beans cut for hay tho rains could not bo Fall plowing made good A little winter wheat was seeded iu Scott Hog cholera aro breaking out iu several Miners Start New Strike March CRASH HALTS Home From Europe Joan Crawford and her Douglas film are shown as they arrived in New York en route to Hollywood after a vacation Press WHO ATTACK PLEASES MURPHY Cancelling Speech at Hamilton Pair Would Been He Fort Aug. 24-(A.P.)--Louis Democratic senatorial today replied to attempts of the W. C. T. of Hamilton county to have his speaking date at the county fair cancelled with a declaration that fair board would have done mo a great service by canceling the a 40 acre field would not have held the people who want to hear Murphy is one outstanding and able dry in public life in Iowa he he is Senator It is not without significance that he was defeated in tho Republican views on prohibition are the platform expressions of my We aro definitely pledged against prohibition and no less definitely against tho return of the old Tho Hamilton county fair board refused the W. C. T. Murphy will speak there next AL OVER EDITOR'S JOB Former Governor Will Not Go to N. to Roosevelt New Aug. 24.-(A. - Editor Air ed E. Smith plunged today into the task of recreating a letting folks speculate as to whether he intends to tako the stump for the - Garner Answering questions when ho editor of New Smith said ho would not go to N. Saturday for the Democratic at which Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt is to As to his future he said that away from his post with the can do anything I want to Now will ariso in from tho ashes of Outlook and which suspended last and later was sold to Frank 10. who will publish New On tho wall In Smith's new office is a portrait of Henry Ward who founded originally called Christian and another of Theodoro who served on the editorial Smith said he Intended to give the magazine's readers a new on current Letters from readers of his recent he mo to thinking I was doing a worthwhile thing without much THOUSANDS TO JOIN INVASION OF FRANKLIN Southern Awaits Arrival of Expected 25,000 111., Aug. 24.-(A. Browning Robinson sent a squad of his armed with machine to the county line on the Mt. Vernon road with instructions to turn back 10 cars of striking en route from the 111., Aug. 24.-(A. trek of central miners to focal point of the army that plans to invade Franklin was started from Christian and Montgomery counties Approximately 3,000 diggers assembled In Miles park and after a brief organization meeting started down state in automobiles and Two representing locals of the four Peabody Coal Co. closed by an army of occupation in Christian county last left All In The men were In high spirits and determined to enter Franklin despite the avowed intention of authorities to resist Their vehicles were loaded with blankets and provisions for at least three None apparently was and leaderB said they searched every automobile for v At Pana approximately 500 miners from two shafts left for The men rode in trucks and and carried a week's supply of Each had an American There was no the Associated Southern scene of many bitter and sometimes bloody mine today awaited apprehensively the invasion of an estimated 25,000 union diggers from coal towns in the central part of the Assemble at The many of whom are but shortly returning from a successful trek into Christian were assembling at the Macoupin county mining town of They are intent on their leader large in Franklin county in an effort to win other unionists to their side of the controversy waging over the recently signed tho striking miners were treking into and out of Sheriff Browning Robinson of Franklin county was assembling a large force of armed deputies at the county He has announced his intention to by force if tho the mobilization is 90 miles northwest of the objective of the expeditionary of the strikers said they would camp tonight at and seek to move into Franklin county Both sides have appealed to Gov. Louis L. Emmerson for Franklin county officials asking for aid to resist the and the strikers for clearance of the highways so as to permit entry Into tho So far tho governor has not indicated what action he Franklin county was not alone on Pago TO President to Campaign Rounds in His Fight on Aug. 24.-(A.P.)- At the White House it was said today that if President Hoover speaks at all during tho coming campaign It will bo rounds in his fight against This was tho answer given by ono of his secretaries to reports that tho chief executive would deliver a campaign address in Now and probably ono or two speeches in tho middle job is lighting the tho secretary ho gets an opportunity to get out between rounds and say something he will do but if his job requires him to stay ho will REACH HARBOR GRACE Hitlerites Acting Up at Beuthen Aug. 24.-(A.P.)-Enraged by the imposition of a death sentence on five fascists convicted of political hundreds of national socialist storm troopers staged a demonstration today in front of the courthouse at Beuthen where the sentence was passed on ' They turned out in defiance of a government declaration that the iron fist will fall upon all those guilty of political violence The occasion was the arrival of Captain Ernst an emissary of Adolf to confer with defense attorneys in an effort to liberate the Edmund a Nazi member of the reichstag and a leader in the Beuthen apparently had ordered then me nto turn out in Police reinforcements had difficulty in keeping the crowd in hand as it surged through the singing Nazi battle songs and our Wilhelm chairman of the Nazi party in the sent a telegram today to Chancellor Von warning that disastrous consequences would result If the sentence of execution of the five men were carried EAGLES TO FIGHT LOTTERY CHARGE Mann and Herring Plead Not Is Fixed at New Aug. 24-(A.P.)-Conrad H. of Kansas director general of the Fraternal Order of Bernard C. of New held of the B. C. McGuire Raymond his Frank E. editor of the Eagles M. J. Revise of the Western Union Telegraph and the Telegraph on Page Clyde Allen Lee Is shown here with his plane which he and John yesterday flew to Harbor Grace on the first leg of a jaunt to BARGE LINES HEARING ENDS Shannon Committee to Study Other Angles of Government in South Aug. 24.-(A. Shannon congressional after completing its hearing on government operation of Mississippi river barge turned its attention tody to other complaints of unfair federal competition with private Members of the headed by Representative Joseph B. of Kansas will report to the next congress of their study of government competition with private Hearing on the barge service operation was concluded with testimony from Rome C. South Bend banker and former president of the American speaking in behalf of and from C. C. Webber of St. president of the upper Mississippi Barge Lino and George C. manufacturer who said he operated barges on the Ohio river 20 years Roosevelt to Brave Jinx on Long Trip BY DAVID LAWRENCE 1932). New Aug. 23.-Tho managers don't believe in They are going ahead with their plans for an 8,000-mile trip for the Democratic nominee in tho face of the fact that no presidential candidate who has made a long campaign trip in the last 40 years has ever reached the White William Jennings who ran in 1896 and 1900 and then again in 1908 was tho most widely traveled of all presidential candidates of recent history and lost each William McKinley in 1896 and again in 1900 inaugurated the famous campaign iu O. Four years later Theodore Roosevelt spent most of his time in Oyster Bay and the Democratic Judge didn't travel much But in 1908 Bryan went across and up and down tho whilo Taft mado a few speeches here and Iu 1912, Wilson went as far as Colorado but not to the His only transcontinental journey as president was Ho went out oa behalf of the of Nations and iu fact he broke down in In 1916, Mr. Hughes made a transcontinental trip and when ho was in California the famous episodo iu Which he was supposed to have snubbed Hiram Johnson and this is believed to have cost him tho Mr. Wilson stayed on the front porch at Shadow N. and In 1920, Mr. Cox went to the coast and was defeated while Mr. Harding tried at tho McKinley idea of a front porch campaign and In 1924, Mr. Coolidge made no campaign whilo his John W. In 1928, both Mr. Hoover and Mr. Smith mado extensive trips but neither went as far as the coast in what Is known in polities as a swing around the Another president who went to tho coast during his term and met misfortune was Mr. who died in San It is recalled that Mr. after his made trips to the coast In the hope of bolstering up his political fences but his attempts were Maybo the radio changes political customs since tho voice can be heard across the the candidates need not travel in but Mr. is insisting on a transcontinental The record shows the American people like to hear and road what their candidates have to say but they do not necessarily like to see St. Aug. 24.-(A. bound from New York to London over tho Arctic took oft this afternoon for Anticosti their second Harbor N. Aug. 24.- first was an impromptu race from the United States to Norway today was halted by a mishap tho The wrecked airplane of Thor Solberg and Carl Petersen lay at Darby's while the Mountain from rested on the air field here with Its Clyde A. Lee and John under orders to delay their hop for Europe so as to give any possible help to Petersen and Both planes had struggled through a heavy fog laet night in vain efforts to locate the Harbor Grace Lee and brought their plane safely down on the beach at Burgeo and at daylight they continued their flight to Harbor Petersen and the details available crashed at Darby's harbor without injury to but with considerable damage to their Lee and on reaching immediately began to fuel their plane for the long hop across the ocean and planned to take off this afternoon or tomorrow morning for Their indecision was turned to a definite stand to start the fight tomorrow when Hubert the plane's who is directing the flight from the airport in Vermont sent them orders to delay their hop until tomorrow and in tho meantime lend all possible assistance to Petersen and George R. Hutchinson and his which consists of his two small daughters and lour men waited for better weather to get off from St. N. on a leisurely jaunt to They flew yesterday from New York to St. William Dr. Leon M. and Miss Edna Newcomer delayed until tomorrow the start from New York on an announced flight to They had intended getting away Capt. J. A. famous British flyer recently flew solo from Ireland to new expected to start his flight back to Britain The German Capt. von who is flying from around the poised at with two companions for the next hop In his unhurried Capt. Mollison told of a reported plan of his the former Amy to duplicate his feat of flying solo westward across the don't expect her to give up but I do hope she will not make such a TURNER CHILLY TO CONFERENCE PLAN Governors Slighted His Recent Suggestion for Iowa Executive Des Aug. 24.-(A.P.)- Governor Dan Turner today replied to demands that he call a conference or midwestern governors in an attempt to settle farm troubles with a statement that a recent attempt to call such a conference met with little In a brief ho recent as July 9 I wired the governors of the eight midwestern states suggesting a conference on the economic situation and met with little There is nothing that leads me to believe that I would meet with better success His statement followed suggestions by Milo president of the national holiday association sponsoring the present farm and Gov. Floyd B. Olson of Minnesota that such a conference be WOMAN LEAPS INTO RIVER FROM PLANE Despondent Over the Recent Death of Hunt for CLEAR ROADS INTO COUNCIL ORDER Sheriff's Men Use Tear Gas This in 98 Special Aug. 24.-(A.P.)- Searchers under the direction of Sheriff R. Glenn early today prepared to comb the marshes and woods along the ragged shoreline of oa Page Council Aug. 24".-(A.P.) J. A. Lainson this afternoon deputized 98 men and instructed them to clear picketers of the farmers holiday movement from highways near Each of the special mobilized after Lainson emphatically declared that no picketing would be near this was armed with a In the force were a few Clash Is It is expected that the sheriff's army will swing into action late The opinion was current that the clash between deputies and strikers would not be entirely for both sides have been thoroughly aroused by fast moving developments the last 24 Pottawattamie county supervisors authorised mobilization of the deputies Lainson would be increased to 5,000 if at a wage of The sheriff told to hire all the men he - Council Aug. 24.-(A.P.) a night of a fourth interference with a and a struggle in which tear gas was Sheriff Lainson declared here today that there will ba no picketing on the newest front of the The militant Council Bluffs officer likened men who seek higher produce prices by preventing produce from reaching markets to Chicago announced he would prosecute strike as being guilty of and emphasized that he would mobilize 5,000 if need to stop blockades of Other Meanwhile in a number of other localities the strike led to with these and late Three men were arrested near Council Bluffs in connection with Organization of farmers holiday associations in two more northeastern Nebraska counties was under with one leader claiming that effective blockades were in force at Governor Bryan of ordered additional deputy sheriffs commissioned in Northeastern Turner Governer Turner of Iowa said he did not think a conference of governors regarding the strike would be Negotiations for higher milk prices in Sioux and Lincoln were completed or nearing an Five strikers were arrested in Sioux City for injuring a woman who tried to drive through a blockade with her Deputies near here used tear gas bombs to after a widespread Twenty-five strikers were arrested near Cedar following their visit to a At 50 strikers forced a farmer to transfer his hogs from a railroad car to his In Thurston it was reported that strikers broke of a train and declared they would blockade all railroad in Sheriff announcement followed a night of In which picketing members of the National Holiday which two weeks ago inaugurated a campaign in an attempt to obtain higher farm on Page THE WEATHER Partly warmer in extreme east Thursday and cooler in extreme west a central and ally ly warmer in north central tions Thursday Increasing Partly cloudy tonight not much change in - St. fell 0,1, La Ml fall 9.1. tall no rise 0.1, fall 0.1. 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