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Phoenix Arizona Republican (Newspaper) - January 10, 1924, Phoenix, Arizona BLJCAN THIRTYFOURTH YEAR Section Two ARIZONA THURSDAY JANUARY 1924 Section Two 230 Every Branch Of Industry In State Co operates In Arizona Industrial Congress j t 9 S mprovement Of Conditions For Taxpayer Is Objective By 8PILSBURY President of The Arizona Industrial Congress CONCEPTION tate Jn five men were dining together and conversa tion drifted Into the popular channel of criticising everything in our One condemned the high another the excessive cost of govern a third spoke of the down trodden and a fourth of the robber All agreed that something must be done to other industry to save the state from de It chanced that each man was the bead of a leading industry In eminently niccessful in his own After four bad the fifth man was called upon to tell his trou bles and he replied fol lows r If we had applied the same energy and Interest to the welfare of our government and given sufficient of our time to public would it not be possible that the conditions which we condemn could have been avoided to a great extent Our government is supposed to reflect the will of the but if the majority fails to take sufficient in terest to govern It leaves the direction of including the taxing of our to the minor tty which may not be for the best interests of the We all have some some and many Manhattan Shirt Sale 19th Shirts Shirts Shirts Shirts We are all working for the same goal and all desire the prosperity of the Instead of sitting around complaining would it not be call a general confer ence of interested citizens represent ing every branch of endeavor have them to tell each other their troubles and then join together In an attempt to and correct them The idea of a conference of In dustries made such an impression on the four men that through their in fluence a committee was appointed to develop the It was first necessary to determine if genuine demand existed throughout the state for such a Names of seventyseven prominent men were covering all sec tions of the The same letter was sent to explaining the Idea of a general conference of all indus tries for the discussion of their dif ficulties with the hope that some solution could be Of the seventyseven men sev entyfour approvingthe plan and offering their This was a very high record of interest and formed the basis of confer With the seventyfour supporters a general call was issued requesting the leaders of all industries of Ari zona to meet in Phoenix on Decem ber 15 and Some three hundred leaders at tended the Industrial Conference which probably one of the most ever conducted in this Every branch of activity was and each came for ward frankly with its troubles with request that through cooperation some solution to their problems might be The meeting was so successful that a permanent or was approved through which the suggestions made in the conference could be carried out and through which all of the Industries ould continue to cooperate for mu tual good and development of the as a A plan for the permanent organiza ion was presented and approved by Directors were then nominPted and duly Permanent Organization All Industries of the State are clas sified under six general beads as Tollows Including an branches of farming and related Business and Including merchants and manufactur ers of all including cattle and sheep growers and their related In Including an classes of doctors and all other pro Public Including power gas telephone Each one of these divisions Is represented by three These directors are elected by the members they represent In their For the farmers vote only for the three directors to fill the Agri cultural Division the cattle and sheep men vote only for directors to fill the Live Stock The eich directors so elected then When You Want Something In OverStuffed Furniture which will just suit as to color and come in and select your material from our full stock and LetUsBuildltToYour Own Specifications Not only will we build you better articles but will furnish it for less quality of material considered and will stand behind every article deliveredWe also manufacture kitchen chiffoniers and all kinds of special benches and chairs to order and give you better goods for less money than they can be furnished from outside We Have the the Workmen and the Mill to be of Service to Our Patrons FuRNmrat COMPANY choose three directors at large to cover any outstanding men im portance who are particularly qual ified for this These twenty one directors act as a general board for outlining the policy of the Con Each director has one vote regard less numberof people whom he This puts all the in dustries on an equality and makes it impossible for any one re gardless of Its financial or numer cial to control the policies of the The wide variation In electorate makes it also impossible for the board tobe in any For further details regarding the organization you are referred to Bulletin covering the Consti tution and On December 16th the eighteen di rectors representing the six state div isions were elected and on the same night held their first meeting and elected to the Executive Committee one representative from each divi making a total of six In addi tion to the Secretary and The second general meet ing was held In January at whichtime the three direc tors at large were making the full board of Membership There are three classes of mem the first the second and the third The Organization Members are those who join aa an organization and enroll their full membership as members of the Industrial These include state organizations 01 all chambers of manufacturers associations and mer chants teachers organ izations and professional organiza Individual Members are those who may or may not be members of any but who wish to be known personally as direct members of the Industrial This membership Is open to any citizen of Arizona and his vote will be taken for the directors who represent the work In which he Is actually en Firm Members are business or manufacturing or who can be especially benefited b the work of the Congress and who are willing to make a special dona tion toward the carrying on of this On April there were 418 members In the Industrial Con Method of Financing A budget is made up at the first of each year to cover in full the operation expenses of the This budget is equally divided among the six main divisions of the Con gress and the organization members are expected to raise their proportion of this Individual members are asked to pay for the year the funds to be used for special purposes which will be decided upon from time totime by the of Direc 1 Firm members are requested to pay such as seem reasonable for the return wHich they may txpect to gain from the activities of the the funds to be used for special work at the direction of the Board of Method of Operation The Congress is managed by Its under whose direction are an office a publicity sec and It is not the purpose of this organization to build up anything but to take in all existing organizations through out the State and help them to func The Congress is designed to act as a clearing house so that Ideas nresented by one organization may be passed on by the Executive Of Cicers of all other It is not planned to employ a large but to do the work through existing societies to help them build up and be more effective in their TKe Aims And Purposes Of The Arizona Industrial Congress After a hundred years of intensive struggle and sacrifice for the de velopment of a new struggle along an unmapped rord and with an uncertain where hundreds of thousands have falen by the economic wayside and a few amassed we are gradually passing into a more settled and bal anced It might be said our fathers have built the huge pro ject of the United and it de volves upon us to operate it for the benefit of all Its There has come a realization to all large that society structure is so Interwovei and interdependent that no true an permanent economic success can be expected for one without the success of alL The human factor Is being recognized as the dominant unit an ideals and policies are being based this unit more each It Is one of the purposes of the Arizona Industrial Congress to fos ter and develop the human side of industry so that each citizen may prosper and our State may be ad vanced and developed on a sound economic Cooperation The Congress brings together at frequent Intervals the leaders of all the Industries to exchange views and discuss economic and business poli Is serving to correct mis understandings and broaden the viewpoint of each It helps 6 eliminate duplication of effort and o centralize on1 of Impor By exchange of 1m lortant activities of one branch are referred to all for reault ng In constructive Responsibility of Citizen We urge all citizens to accept their ndlvldual responsibility to the state o inform themselves oneconomic nd social conditions and to allot part of their time to improving these To support sound poli cies with vigor and see to it that mblic officers are for Integ Ity and fitness for the office they To grant to our government he same thought and attention given o any organization in which they ire large To use their rote always so the real majority may In this lies our greatest Support the Government The citizens responsibility does not cease with the election of of We believe that when elected he officers represent all the people and not a political These of regardless of political deserve the unqualified help and as sistance of every industry and every citizen and only by such helpcan we hope for the highest efficiency in We urge the support of govern ng officials and with this hey then replace them as is done in successful Economy In Government We urge sound business methods n County and Municipal af fairsand elimination of inefficiency and Taxation The avowed purpose of the Indus rial Congress at its first meecins was to reduce A study of the matter on broad lines proved that over a period of years no state has reduced total tax Sach year brings demands for Im provements as the standard of living Since the tide of total taxa can be temporarily stemmed it became apparent that our problem was the reduction of the unit or ndividual Our tax program resolved ttself In to two distinct problems L To reduce appropriations to a point where present industry and jroperty can a realization the reduction is temporary anc taxes must be increased as the state To increase state assets so that as the total tax budget rises the burden will be spread over a wider field and the unit of tax to the in dividual will actually be The reduction of appropriations lias already been started by the Special Session of the Economy In expenditures In all de partments Is being asked by the In dustrial Congress and the results will be watched and reported to the The increasing of taxable assets has become one of the special activl tiej of the Industrial Increasing 8taU Assets The and most dlrec method of increasing assets rt make it possible for all our to operate at a The Indus trial Congress seats at the same ta bio the the th and the Thi Congress has proven to each group that the profitable operation of th ether groups vital to its own pros rciity and is the greatest factor in contributing the Ifx Thi has led to the Iuy Arizona Prod ucts which has already Installed By Odd Fellows And Rebekahs At Morenci one of the leatherings of Odd Fellows and Rebekabs held here In many lonths the lodges of Clifton and orencl met Wednesday anuary and Installed officers for le ensuing More than 100 were there being many in ited On Saturday December Crescent Encampment held their annual turkey dinner t the Hotel There were n the ained remarlcible Some of the constructive problems studied by the Industrial Con Eress Development ot the Colorado Preservation of the Highway v National Advertising of the itate for the purposes of Coloniza Upbuilding of Agricultural Jrogram by support of centralized ommodlty marketing thrqugh the Bureau The public businesses and banks have hrough the Industrial ex ressed their willingness to extend heir moral and financial aid the griculturlst and to the livestock tn iustry with the full realization that n extending this support they are Benefiting themselves Polities The Industrial Congress will take no part in party It will use ts Influence to place facts before he people regarding state policies nd will work for constructive legis ation for the benefit of the state i a Consolidation of Offices The Industrial Congress proposes o consolidate the main offices of as many of the state cooperative as sociations as possible and to invite such Federal and State departments as have direct work with these or ganizations to This will tent o give direct contact and make all more Service civic and professlona societies are invited to join the Con gress and before It 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