Twin Falls Daily News, November 10, 1936

Twin Falls Daily News

November 10, 1936

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Twin Falls Daily News (Newspaper) - November 10, 1936, Twin Falls, Idaho CltyEdtttoS SSSOCIATISD PRESS TODAY Fair and THE TWIN DAILY NEWS v l UKMBKB BOBKAO OIBOUUAT1ONS TWIN TUESDAY NOVEMBER UCASKD WIRE UKMBER OP ASSOCIATED PRESS Price Five fheck Assault Within Yards of S1RIKE SHIPS UMI UNION ORDER Confusion Over Release o Vessels in Hawaii De lays Negotiations for Settlement of Dispute By The Associated Press SAN Attempts at negotiating set tlement of the Pacific coas general maritime strike wer blocked temporarily today b confusion over release o strikebound ships in Hawai and perishable food supplie neared exhaustion in on Alaskan Assistant Labor Secretary Edwar McGrady said he had hopes o getting both unions and shippers to gether for new conferences If not then tomorrow at the very latest he The unions joint policy commit representing the workers who have tied up over 150 coast notified Honolulu unions to furnish crews for the sailing to coast ports oT seven Supplies Dwindling Governor Joseph Poindexter of Hawaii notified McGrady 885 trav elers and 844 crew members were marooned there depleting our sup plies Union officials in Honolulu in dicated they questioned authenticity of the first message from the San Francisco committee and declared they would take no action without direct The San Francisco committee ac cordingly began phrasing a new communication and members said they would pursue the matter by telephone If Stores in near ly Isolated by the tieup began Supreme Court Voids Graduated Store Tax LiberalConservative Division Continues In Ruling In Iowa Case By The Associated Press old liberalconservative line up of the supreme court was manifested anew today as it declared unconstitutional a section of an Iowa chain store tax imposing a graduated levy on gross receipts That ruling found Justices Brandeis and Cardozo dissent ing Their Justice was absent because of ill ness but he has usually lined up with them The Iowa case was decided in the light of a 1935 ruling unconstitutional CONTROL Wars Tragedy Hits Babes holding 1930 Kentucky tax on the sales 3f retail Chief Justice Hughes Justice who hold the bal ance of voted in the Iowa case with their conservative col Van Sutherland and New Deal Controversies After handing down a score of opinions and announcing whether it would review 62 cases appealed from debated the Duke Power company challenge of the validity of a PWA loan and grant to Greenwood South for a publicly owned hydroelectric planl at Buzzard Labor Act Under Fire Among the 13 appeals the tribunal agreed to review were five new cases involving constitutionality of the Wagner labor relations They lower the justices plunged j affected only three companies into arguments on five New Deal I Jones and Laughlin Steel corpora to be debated during lion of the Pruehauf the next First to be argued was the gov ernments effort to defer trial of cases challenging constitutionality Trailer company of and the FriedmanHarry Marks Clothing of New These will be argued along with of the public utility holding comappeal tiled by The Associated pany act until a final decision is and the Virginia and obtained on litigation it has brought I Maryland Coach Argu against the Electric Bond and Share j ments probably will be heard in December with ai final decision in The Justices tomorrow will hear January or Continued on Page 3 Roosevelt Sees Demand For Labor Legislation President Sets Short Working Hours And Income Objectives By The Associated Press 9 Interpreting the election as an unmistakable President Roosevelt today recom mended a broad program of labor legislation by the states and pledged federal reenforcement when problems assume ah interstate or a nattpnal New Deal Leaders Agree on Junking of Decentraliza tion Provisions of Soit Conservation Program By The Associated Press 9 Junking that part of the present federal farm program iwhich calls for a shift from federal to state admlnistra 1938 was said today in iuthoritative quarters to have oeen agreed upon by new deal farm To carry out this would require congressional revis ion of the soil conservation It was said to have resulted from the administration sweep in the elec tion and recent evidence of senti ment for revival of the old agri cultural adjustment act that was voided by the supreme Officials that Secretary Wallace and other AAA leaders had not determined to re vive the original That would be a decision either to disregard the supreme court rul ing or press for a constitutional said one high ranking AAA who asked that his name not tbe Such a decision could not be made by us in the agriculture de he but would call for a round table discussion by the president and his Wallace Views While Secretary Wallace has giv en little hint of what changes he would aslt In the farm he said a few days ago that the mag nitude of that problem is such that is really does make me quite happy that the president is in his strong Fascists Loose Deadly Gunfire From Air Morgue Counts Rising Toll Of Death As Spanish Insurgents Sweep Toward Objective In Capital Militiamen Appeal for Civilians Aid By The Associated Press sweeping all resist ance before them in an avalanche of drove to within 500 yards of Madrid proper Their powerful assault was checked by government de fenders within 500 yards of the Angel Age and Toledo bridge leading into the streets of the The attack came down the Portugal highroad through Car abanchel Bajo after deadly artillery fire and four air raids had driven the government forces back two THIS poignant picture of one ofwars trarefllea was taken on railroad rightofway near It shows a young Spanish carrying her smallest taking a final look at her deserted home before resuming her L SHADOWS In Days Events By The Associated Press BOWLING Ed swerved his truck sharply to avoid striking two stray did the The trucks The trucks were the calves Edwards and Duquette Schmidts goes one better the lamb that made Mary not only goes to school but attends The dog leads the pupils of Clin ton high school to their junior math and English recitations every he doeslt promptly at the call of the Once in the Napoleon dozes in a corner or cocks an at tentive ear to the Hes been doing t his 1or three years and he never In a letter reaJ to conferenttejjftjabor he enumerated reasonably short working hours1 and adequate annual incomes among desired STRIKEPAIYZED FOUNTAIN Inn has more money than it knows what to do so the towns sur plus of and the waver com mission surplus of have be come an election The voters will decide at the mu nicipal election what to do with the Oregon Worsted Company Definitely Terminates Operations 9 strikeparalyzed Oregon Worsted a million dollar definitely terminated operations to day and announced through its at torney arrangements are now be ing made to liquidate accounts re inventory and Abe the firms coun said the plant would be sold as soon as a buyer The Oregon Worsted which has an annual payroll of apj proxlmately ceased opera1 tions last week when the textile union called a Demands recognition and a pay increase were i Roy today announced the dismissal of all em playes except a skeleton office More than 400 are regularly em1 A statement of the companys plan to liquidate was presented at a national labor relations board ttiention of the supreme ourt was made but the courts action on legislation like the Guffey act and the New York wage law aimed at similar into the discussions among the Amendment Alternative Should federal and state efforts fall athwart the su preme it was generally as in view of the Democratic that a constitutional amendment would be The Asked about the possibility tit pressing a constitutional Wallace said he did not to Edward president of the farm bureau feder ation and an ardent AAA revival he thought a constitutional amendment would win support of all fanners and most citizens but It was too Then asked now the AAA could be revived without ONeal the su preme court has been known change its American Falls Man Kills Three Children Arrested At Farmer Signs Confession And Waives Hearing By The Associated Press AMERICAN County Prosecu ir Anderson announced tonight 39yearold Adolf jetlitz had signed a confession that he killed his three chil ren last night and burned their tfie farmer be arraigned In district court probably He waived preliminary hearing on a murder charge filed in probate court The charred bodies of and were found in the ruins of the Zetlitz ranch home early today as their mo Officials of the Madrid morgue said 30 shelltorn bodies had been carted in following the midday air bombardment in addition to the bodies of 25 others executed by government firing squads Sunday The swiftly advancing Insurgents attacked the exhausted troops of the government forcesinMonclpa and the university m the and at Vallecas In the Nervous government militia and street guards In Madrid kept up a daylong rain of slugs on every building where fascist snipers were Prom land and fascist at tackers for the second day spilled a hail of death on the terrified Inhab Hold Foete The tenacious defenders of Ma held to their The sleepless Inhabitants had hardly cleared breakfast dishes away when at the fascist planes roared down upon the In each of the warplane attacks that followed during the day were nine flying In a neat for mation until thsy reached the main lines ol the citys defenders the Mananzares river which forms to CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION VIEWS PANAMA CANAL ZONE NEW 9 United States senators and four members of the House of Repre sentatives will sail Thursday for an inspection trip to the Panama Canal Continued on Page 1 Zone aboard the Army trans I port Chateau ther lay ill in an American Arrested at Rupert Several hours was arrested at 50 miles west of this southeastern Idaho Shortly after the father was re turned Sheriff Davis quoted him as saying my wife is sick and she Continued on Page 4 ITALY REACH NEW TRADE AGREEMENT 9 Austrian and Italian trade agreement in which Austria would get compensat ing preferences because of the liras devaluation was reported reached today In the first conversation be tween Austrian officials and Italys foreign Galeazzo paving the way for the Rome proto col discussions beginning Foreign Legionnaires PtungOfto rfiveMiT March on Capital WITH THE FASCIST ARMY OUTSIDE 9 struggled tonight to crow the last barrier between them and Ma their goal in the nearly four ciyll Moors and foreign legionnaires plunged Into the which flows along Madrids western and south western in an attempt to battle thenway into the city front which the government has Actual penetration of the northwestern section was reported by Fascist of but there was no word to indicate how far that ported advance had Capital Insurgent near the Toledo and Segovia bridges Worlds Greatest Bridge Opens To Traffic HOLLYWOOD For one solid swears actress Carol she has eaten the aame things for luncheon every Her choices A kippered herring a glass of and a piece NEW STAR DISCOVERED BY POLISH ASTRONOMER 9 A Polish astronomer today discov ered a new star speeding through the heavens in the constellation of Harvard Observatory an The star is of the ninths magni tude and described by its a Kwiek of Poznan Poland as a peculiar type of small asteroid similar to the Del cf of onion porte object which stirred Its not a she omy circles last Government Specialists Forecast Meat Scarcity With Higher Prices WASHINGTON 9 who relish pork ham or juicy beef steaks were warned by experts at the agriculture department to day these costxnore and be scarce next The smallest supply of meats hi more than 15 years was forecast officially in a report on meat ani mals and meats In Drought which reduced feed sup plies for meat animals and forced much breeding stock to market was by government spokesmen or the The reduction will be most pro nounced In pork and in the better of Another report made public by the agriculture department today predicted some rise in dairy prices in In reports on prospects for higher meat and dairy fed eral economists stressed that ah ex pected improvement In the purchas ing power of consumers would be an Important They said this Improvement would help lift the general level of live stock and meat prices higher than for several years and Increase con sumption of fluid milk and cream and ice THE bridge spanning San Franriseobaytolink San Francisco and overwater for automobile traffic November 12 with elaborate ceremonies planned by northern California Here are camera shots that depict both the size and beauty of the Upper left The bridge is also a out along the sislane upper deck Francisco from within the tunnel that pierces the top of Yerba BuenaIsland in the center of the Upper right A view of the traffic facing eastwards towards Yerba Buena island and Oakland Lower left An air photo of the stretching out from the San Francisco front towards the East Bay tower centerLooking down on the bridge Lower right The bridge at j vapor lamps lighting up cantilever span east of Yerba ftT LEWIS the Main Into Ifcfcfouthwi setting fire to otflcerfl declared one of the greatest of the whole civil war would occur within Madrid if and when their troops entered the A battalion of reported to have been almost com pletely wiped out last night to the Fascists advance to their positions along the As the government fighters fled across the bridges into the Fas cist guns hurled shells into the cap Green Charges Committee With Closing Door to Peace NEW B ff committee for industrial organlza lon was accused today by William president of the American Federation of with deliber ately closing the door to peace be tween the two contending labor groups because it had planned all ilong to set up a union rival to the of On two counts the veteran labor leader charges John Lewis group with unwillingness to talk armls he asserted here in an the bad refused to select a commitete to sit down for 9 in purposes of conciliation with a here for Lory ilar of This means of Idaho possible he was sugminimized reports of the condition Rockland Farmer Minimizes Reports of Condition of Childs Body jested by Max Zaritsky of the Unlt d cap and millinery work of the body of his Georgia for whose death he and ers himself a his Lela Green cited Lewis refusal flre charged with criminal negli of yesterday to confer with him gence by a Power County coroners Had Committee Ready We had a committee standing Evans the coroner and physicians counted every scar on the body and they were no more and said the federation than usual to a child of that They the refusHa was interviewed In his cell late ed to appoint one of their I expressed willingness to talk to Lewis He refused It la one of the closing steps In a deliberate plan and policy origin ated by the in the begin ning to set up a rival organization to the American Federation of La Continued on Page 1 Talk of Lynching couple was brought here from American Falls because there had been talk of lynching on according to Deputy Sheriff Joe Oallet of the local A coroners Jury found that the girl came to her death by criminal Continued on Page 2 Cabin Boy Believed Sole Survivor Of Boat Lost Of f English Coasf 17year old cabin boy was the sole survivor tonight of the HamburgAmerican motorship Isis which foundered with 18 some 200 miles off Lands Search for the vessel was abandoned by the steamer Weatern latid which ploughed through rag ing seas to the wirelessed posi tion o f the Isis hunted all Sunday night in vain for a trace of the In the early morning light the Westernland sighted and picked up the cabin Fritz cling ing almost exhausted to a lifeboat plunging in the 00mileanhour Tonight the master of the West ernland messaged that the youth was so ill he could say only that he thought all his shipmates had been lost The Queen Mary was among the vessels which altered their tranft atlantlc courses andTspeSTb the Isis first Her passengers an uncom fortable night as the Jlner wal lowed through the with her searchlights pick lifeboat ror some Of wreckage to which men might be Full details of tfte prob ably will not be Westernland maWfhPWt Tuesday j jt tered to by the piling MM dered beforo her boats l2 ;