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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 21, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                H tL HIS OF IOWA Of S M 01 WE 9 I North Iowas ILY PAl Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION f VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 21 1933 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 247 JOHNSON PUSHES EMPLOYMENT LAST TRIBUTE IS PAID AT HAUGEN FUNERAL RITES Nortnwood Ceremonies Characterized by Simplicity NORTHWOOD July same simplicity which marked the personal habits of Gilbert N Haugen veteran of congress was a characteristic of the funeral ser vices held here this afternoon In last tribute to the former repre sentative who established a record for continuous service in the lower house Brief rites at the home were followed by services at the North wood Lutheran church Friends from the fourth district who looked to Mr Haugen for 34 years to represent them in Wash ington were present for the funeral services Many floral tributes also gave evidence of the high respect in which Mr Haugen was held These last rites for the man who had unflinchingly carried on a vigor ous campaign in behalf of agricul ture were without ostentation and were carried out in accordance with the wishes of the relatives and in keeping with the life of the man who though a national figure al ways retained a frankness and sim pltcity in his personal conduct Ylvisaker in Charge The public service was held a oclock in the afternoon at th Northwod Lutheran church Thi Rev J W Ylvisaker officiated Hi read the life sketch and a brie eulogy of Mr Haugen followed by on the text t fdr MrTflvisaJcera JoBttt 148 Tma text Jesus salth unto him I am the WayTthe Truth and th Light No man cometh unto th father but by Me In his sermon the pastor pointed out how Chris has provided salvation for thos who come unto Him Ellen Smith Sings Miss Ellen Smith music teacher of Mason City high school sang two solos accompanied by Miss Stella Tenold organist of the Northwood Lutheran church Miss Smith is a close friend of Mrs J O E John son daughter of Mr Haugen Jesusi Lover of My Soul words by Wesley and music by Marsh was sung by Miss Smith This was Mr Haugens favorite hymn She also sang Crossing the Bar a poem by Tennyson set to music by Barnby Brief services for Intimate friends and neighbors were held at the home at 2 oclock Mr Ylvisaker officiated At this service Miss Smith also sang Jesus Lover of My Soul A brief committal serv ice was held at the grave in Sunset Rest cemetery Old Friends Pallbearers Pallbearers at the services old friends of Mr Haugen in the fourth district were George E Whitcomb of Northwood L H Henry of Charles City L P Earth of Crespo Harry Goplerud of Osage Chris Mc Gaarden of Waukon and G Peterson of Waterville During the funeral services busi ness houses of Northwood remainec closed in compliance with a rogues from the Northwood Commercial club and E M Sabln mayor Mr Haugen died Tuesday night from heart disease and complica tions He had Buffered a gradua decline in health since his return from Washington Grattan Held for Shooting Man in Decorah ROMANCE RUMORS FOLLOW When EHidtt Roosevelt nnd Miss Ruth Googlns of Fort Worth Tex met in Chicago there were rumors that a romance was though neither would discuss It Here the photographer snapped the couple with young Roosevelts sister Mrs Anna Roosevelt Ball cen as they drove away from a club wherethey had spent nn evening of dining and dancing Associated Press Photo Report Elliott Roosevelt to Be Wed at Burlington Ruth Googins Visiting STOCKS REDUCE HEAVY LOSSES Market Rallies After Worst Break Since Wild Days of 1929 NEW YORK July 21 leir worst break since the wild ays of 1929 stocks rallied today ubstantially reducing extreme osses of 53 to more than 517 for cores of leading issues sales ap roxlmated 9750000 shares the argest volume since October 1929 The ticker tape overwhelmed by the task of recording transactions n a market which at midafternoon vas demoralized closed at clock a new record for lateness or the present highspeed quota ion distributing system The market was at its worst iround oclock when enormous fferings found virtualy no buyers mfc then hardened and finished well above the lows Grain Exchanges Close Trading in grain and provision utures trading was suspended Fri day in Chicago Minneapolis Du uth and Kansas City following one the wildest selling sessions In history Details will be found on the mar cet page AUNT NET By Robert Quillen I know I aint made Pa a perfect wife but I always feel like I could o done it if Id had a perfect husband Uncle There Will Not Talk By BOX f PORTER Associated Press Staff Writer BURLINGTON July 21 El liott Roosevelt son of the presi dent and Miss Ruth Googins of Fort Worth Tex will be married here tomorrow under present ar rangements the Associated Press learned from an unimpeachable source today Young Roosevelt will arrive here by plane today accompanied by his sister Mrs Anna Roosevelt Dall Mrs Dall will be Miss Googlns only DISTRICT STATE COOPS TO MEET IN MASON CITY Iowa Creameries Plan Protest Code for Industry Mason City became the focal point of Iowa independent and co1 operative creameries Thursday night as plans went into operation I to make this state part of a nation al organization to draw up a code that will represent the Interests of local units under the provisions of the recovery act This movement is in protest to the code already drawn up by the so called centrallzer creameries and the National Milk Producers asso ciation The centralizers code which Is to be presented at a series of meet ings throughout the state from July 26 to Aug 3 would doom the local creameries heads of a hastily ormed temporary organization said 3ere Thursday night Call District Meetings Notices were sent out Thursday night from Mason City to 285 co operative creameries and 130 indi vidually owned establishments rep resentlng an annual production of 143000000 pounds of butter calling five district meetings for next Tues day and a state meeting In Mason City Wednesday for the conslriera tion of the matter Thedistrict viUVVs Jja in Oelwein Julius Brunner New Haven creamery and A W Stew art president of the Oelwein Co Operative creamery in charge Anderson in Charge Exira A P Anderson manage of the Humboldt CoOperativ attendant Who will attend Mr Roosevelt VIrs Richardson and John Barnes Headline Program of Carriers FAIRFIELD July 21 Mrs Ellsworth Richardson of Albla national committeewoman of the National Farm Bureau Federation and John Q Barnes of DCS Moines scheduled for addresses members of the Iowa Rural Letter Carriers association and auxiliary continued their three day session today Elec tion of officers and completion of convention business was to also oc cupy the delegates was not ascertained Only Immediate members of the two families will be present at the wedding In the home of George C Swiler brother of Mrs J B Googins mother of the bride to be Hour Not Set The hour for the wedding has not yet been set the Associated Press was told No formal statement will be issued until after the wed ding and the couple has departed for a honeymoon in the west it was asserted Miss Googins and her mother rested this morning at the home of J W Swiler father of George Swiler Refuses Statement Mrs Googins refused to make a statement Interrupted at breakfast she came to the porch of her broth ers home talked for a few minutes with newspapermen and returned to her breakfast She returned SET JULY 31 FOR HEARING CHARGE AGAINST CLARK DES MOINES July 1 The state executive council today set July 31 at 10 a m for a hearing of charges against E W Clark state Insurance commissioner The hearing involves the merger of the Modern Brotherhood of America with the Independent Or der of Foresters and also affairs of the Royal Union Life Insurance company of Dos Moines The council said it believed the insurance commissioner should be given an opportunity to make a full again shortly nibbling at a doughnut in her hand and asserted Nope we wont talk Newspapermen and publicity drove us out of Chicago she as serted Ill tell you all about it Sun day Roosevelt Denies Reports CHICAGO July 21 Roosevelt the presidents son was busy today denying reports that he would marry Miss Ruth Googins tomorrow but the reports went on Out at the home of her uncle George C Swiler at Burlington Iowa Miss Googins Fort Worth Texas society girl secluded her self and said nothing I am going to the fair this after noon with my sinter Elliott said Tonight we will again dine with friends and then see the town at night I dont expect to get back till pretty late tonight and tomorrow I am going to sleep late So if you see where I will have time to squeeze in a wedding The reported wedding was under stood to be planned for 6 oclock at the Swiller home Burlington Is an easy several hours jaunt away by automobile or train creamery and president of the low Creamery Operators association i charge Spencer M P Christiansen man ager of the cooperative creamer at Algona and RA Bartletl Manly in charge Ottumwa W I Wassam secre tary of the Brooklyn CoOperativ creamery in charge Mason City O K Storre Ken sett president of the Iowa Stat Brand Creameries Inc and R O Storvik manager of the Mason Cit concern in charge To Elect Delegates Each of these district meeting will send delegates to the stat meeting to be held in Mason Cit Wednesday afternoon At t h Mason City meeting a permanen organization will be formed and de egates chosen to a national meetln to be held somewhere in the midd west probably St Paul At this national meeting the or ganization of what will be know as the National Association of Lo cal Creameries will be effected a code drawn up A committee will then be selected to present tlii ode to H C Darger butter adminis trator This movement for code that Vvlli 1 give the local creameries a break in the nationwide struggle for mar kets among packers large cream ery corporations individual plants and cooperative organizations had ts inception in Mason City at a meeting called by a representative of the National Milk Producers as Turn to Fage 4 Column 2 GEOHGE GODFREY GODFREY GETS APPOINTMENT AT IOWA STATE Algona Master Farmer Will Be Assistant to Presi dent Hughes CIVIL WAR VET GIVES SELF UP TO AUTHORITIES Horse Trainer Wounded in Fray in Serious Condition DECORAH July T Grat tan 85 Civil war veteran was questioned this afternoon by Wln neshiek county officers in connec tion with his admission that he shot Claude Meade 53 Minneapolis a horse trainer following an argu ment Meade was shot in the hack and Is in a critical condition in a Decnrah hospital Bystanders at the fairgrounds where the shooting occurred were questioned by officers They said they understood the altercation be tween Grattan and Meade had de veloped over statements which Meade had mode in newspapers and to which Grattan took exception Ordered to Leave During the argument Meade or dered Grattan to leave the horse jarn at the fairgrounds Grattan hen went to his home it was be levcd by authorities and procured a gun He was accompanied by his grandson Henry on his return to the fairgrounds CEDAR FALLS July C Godfrey of Algona today was ap pointed assistant to the president in agriculture i atiowav State college Ames by the state board of educa tion in session here today President R M Hughes said the appointment will bring into the col lege an Iowa farmer who knows Iowa farming as it Is and who un derstands the Iowa rarmer and his problems and one who can speak for the president of the college to the farmers of the state about the plans of the college and the many mutual problems of the college and Iowa agriculture President Hughes will continue as acting dean of agriculture The administrative staff in agriculture will consist in addition to Presi dent Hughes and Mr Godfrey of H H Kildee aa dean of the division of agriculture R E Buchanan as director of the experiment station and R K Bliss director of exten sion The president stated that these three aspects of the work of the college have been recognized and he is desirous of determining what can be done to increase the cooper ation between these three depart ments and also to determine how the college can best relate its work in agriculture more closely to the farmers of Iowa During the coming year said Fiesident Hughes Dean Kildee Di rector Buchanan Director Bliss Mr Godfrey and I will hope to start a new era of service cooperation and efficiency for Iowa State col lege Grattan then entered the horse barn and Meade and his son at tempted to put Grattan and hi grandson out When Meade grabbec Grattana grandson Grattan lire two shots Entered IWeades Back One of the shots entered Meades back He was bleeding so badly at the hospital that attending physi cians could not determine whether or not the other bullet entered his body He was in a semiconscious condition The bullet was believed to have been fired from a 22 caliber revolver Meade had been employed at the fairgrounds the post summer to train horses and drive for M B Graham and OHe B Ladsvedt Grattan walked into the office of Sheriff Mike Graf this morning and said he had shot a man in a barn at the fairgrounds at oclock this morning He was then placed in custody Well Known Figure Grattan is a well known figure in Decorah He has owned many racing hordes and last year super vised the racing of his last horse tlantic Gale tfurlng the summer eason He is the only Civil war eteran in Decorah Under the title Gems from the Congressional Record Grattan has ontrlbuted articles regularly to ocal and other papers ROOSEVELT HAS EYE ON PUBLIC VIEW OF SCHEME Calls on Employers to Join Agreement Upon Wages and Hours TEXT ON PAGE 4 WASHINGTON July 21 Hugh S Johnson recovery admin istrator set swiftly in motion today the nationwide campaign to swing every employer into the wage raise movement He telegrapred to chamber of commerce presidents in all cities of over 10000 asking them to create local committees which will run the community end of the rcempioy mcnt drive While Johnson acted President Roosevelt kept close watch on the movement alert for public reaction to the program to which he had given his official approval only last night Push 4 Hearings Meantime deputies pushed ahead leadings on four separate indus ries which have stepped forward vith fair competition codes for self regulation and labor betterment These were the shipbuilding lum oer electrical manufacturing and the womenscloak and suit indus tries Labors demands for bettor wage and hour terms than offered by the employes dominated the proceed ings Simultaneously the presses at the government printing office were roaring away on production mll dreds oj merTwere actively engaged I lions of copies of the emergency HELD IN SHOOTING LOCAL BUSINESS STUDYING CODE arge Industries Already Have Spread Work Among Employes Mason City business and industry rom the smallest suburban grace to the large plants employing hun Friday in studying the provisions of I presidents reemployment agree Presldent Roosevelts emergency raervts which employers beginning the middle statement on the volved transactions in Injuries Suffered in 80 Foot Fall Fatal KEOKUK July 21 suffered when he fell 80 feet from a viaduct proved fatal to John Crls ten 11 Doctors reported that he did not rally from an anaesthetic dur ing an operation POST RESUMES AERIAL JAUNT Leaves Flat Alaska Bound for Fairbanks and Then Edmonton FLAT Alaska July 21 Wiley Post Oklahoma flyer re sumed his aerial jaunt around the world today at a m Fairbanks time a m Central Standard Post was due in Fairbanks in less than three hours as it Is only 375 miles away If all goes well he still can set a new globe girdling record eclipsing that of eight days 15 hours and 51 minutes which h and Harold Gatty set in 1931 At Fairbanks preparations hac been made for a quick refueling of the Winnie Mae and Post was ex pected to be soon speeding towarc Edmonton 1450 miles away The EdmontonNew York leg th final one of his chartered route i 2200 miles Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal July nearest thing we have had to no kick tax so far has been the gasoline tax because they knew the money was going for roads Now that repeal is assured they better get in early and have It understood what the revenue will go to What would be the matter with using every cent just for charity and unem ployment relief And make the tax very high even as high as 50 per cent If It was a 50 per cent tax and it went to charity you couldnt drink alone some poor family would be drinking with you Five cent a glass beer would cost you a dime You get the beer somebody gets a loaf of bread Anybody give a big champaign party and spend hundreds of dollars not even a communist could kick on it for the needy gets half of it Even at double the price it wouldnt be as high as the country has been paying No body could kick on a person drinking if he gave an equal amount to somebody that was hungry That would come nearer being a painless tax than any I know of Yours WILL ROGERS McXaufcht Syndicatet Tennessee Is for Repeal by 10000 Votes By ASSOCIATED PRESS Tennessee became Friday the nineteenth state to approve repeal of the eighteenth amendment as Oregon proceeded to ballot on the problem The margin of victory for anti prohibitionists in Tennessee was smaller than in any of the other states which have held popular elections on the proposed constitu tional change As returns from Thursdays elec tion neared completion Friday the repeal lead was approximately 10 000 Tennessee the third southern state to vote on and approve re peal had been dry for years the legislature having passed a dry law in 1909 This year 32 beer was legalized In Oregon Friday leaders of the repeal movement predicted 2 to victory Dry leaders seemed agree that they had no more than fighting chance KcpciillstK in Lend NASHVILLE Tcnn July 21 UP today from 2007 out o 2232 precincts in yesterdays ret erendum in Tennessee on the eigh teenth amendment gave For repea 123650 against repeal This wns a repeal majority of 9219 Killed at Council Jiluffs COUNCIL July 2 O Anlt 53 was kille when he was hurled under a meta grain spout by a conveyer belt in or elevator where he was working emergency code which W ould unction until the codes of the Indi vidual industrial and mercantile lasses have been perfected pro a 40 hour week for white ollar workers and a 35 hour week or labor with the additional te uirement that stores remain open 2 hours Mason City retailers were con erned over the adjustment of their stablishments in accord with this Ian and heads of various groups f the Retail Merchants association fere holding meetings throughout he day for a discussion of the mat r To Add Employes Several merchants admitted that will he necessary to add more mployes as result of the code but ere apparently heartily in accord ith the plan as the one hope of laking permanent business recov Heads of Mason Citys larger in ustrles were not ready to commit lemselves on the code which is ot expected to affect them drasti ally for the reason that steps in ic direction of spreading labor to nore employes has been under way ere for two years or more Have Spread Labor Jay Decker of J E Decker and ons company stated that officers f his company are now inveatigat ng the code We have spread our labor to the imit of our ability now he said B A MacDonald assistant to the resident of the Northwestern Itates Portland Cement company vas of the opinion that the code vould not seriously affect the ce ment industry inasmxich as it al ready lias gone farther than the re quirements of the emergency code To Read Text F J Hanlon president on the Mason City Brick and Tile company and the Peoples Gas and Electric company stated he wished to read Jie text of the measure before mak ing any statement as to how il would affect his concerns It is possible it will make it necessary for us to add more men in the tile plants he said Heads of wholesale concerns said they were making a study of the plan before making any statement asked to sign To Deliver Blanks Mail carriers were instructed to as to how It would business affect their deliver the blanks to every business establishment employing more than two persons Johnson asked the presidents of the chambers to get on the local committee their mayor and official heads of the clearinghouse Rotary Kiwanis and Lions clubs retail mer chants associations federations of labor advertising clubs Federations of Womens clubs welfare societies ministerial associations real estate associations nnd other important units Further instructions as to con duct the campaign were promJaeci ater Homer in Charge The campaign in general will be inder supervision of Charles F Horner Kansas City wartime head of the Liberty Loan Drive Speak ers Bureau Frank R Wilson of Sioux City Iowa Louis J Albeiof Cleveland and Labert St Clnir of New York all specialists in the Liberty loan movement have been assigned key lositions in the new setup The heart of thn plan To Receive Agreement Every employer will receive through the mail July 27 an agree ment addressed to him by President Floosevelt Upon signing this binds him to maintain a fixed minimum wage and not to exceed a fixed maximum work week during the presidents emergeny reemployment drive from Aug 1 to Dec 1 The basic hours labor and wages Child labor outlawed Fourteen to fifteen dollars a week minimum and a 40 hour week for so called white collar labor Thirty to forty cents an hour minimum for a 35 hour week and an 8 hour day maximum for factory and mechanical labor Equitable readjustment of pay above the minimum Government Badge Every signer receives a certifi cate nnd government badge show ng the seal of N R A National Recovery Administration and the words Member N R A we do our part This badge may be dis played on all equipment goods Turn lo Iaun Column Fear Council Bluffs Omaha Milk Price War OMAHA July 21 raw milk distributors in Council Bluffs have not rained prices one cent a quart as agreed upon by the NebraskaIowa Cooperative Milk association A N Heggen man ager has appealed to Dr Clyde King dairy administrator Heggen says he fears a price war lowan DiCfl of Burns COUNCIL BLUFFS July 21 Corwin 27 of Logan died In a hospital here lost night of burns suffered at Logan earlier in the day He was a motion picture operator Wea IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy and cooler Fri day night Thimderahowers Fri day afternoon or night In the southeast portion Saturday generally fulr cooler In the ex treme southeast portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday fit Minimum In Night in At 8 A M 73 A beautiful double rainbow ap peared in the cast Thursday i ninjr   

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