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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 19, 1933, Mason City, Iowa UUT Of IQwA HO MIES I X North Iowas Free Gate Fair Aug 21 to 26 THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOVVANS NEIGHBOKS HOME EDITION VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 19 1933 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 273 G o P just Biding Time Has Definite Reason for Campaign of Silence SVER By HERBERT WASHINGTON Aug 19 There are very definite reasons for this republican campaign of silence which prevails at the present time Everett San ders chairman of the rcpubli c a n national committee at tempted at the close of the spe cial session of congress to con duct a series of political revival meetings but there came re ports that many of the republican leaders objected to hts activity They expressed themselves as be Jievingthat this is no time for any thing lit that for the reason it was said that there are no outstanding issues at the present At any rate Sanders soon called off his conferences and made a trip to Europe Watching and Waiting The strategy the G O P lead ers seems to be one of watchful waiting They are waiting for the breaks Political precedents indicate to them that they will recapture some of the seats in the house that they lost in the Roosevelt landslide of last year Some of them feel perhaps that the hope of recapturing control of the house soon is a forlorn one but that enough will return to the fold to give them something to work on Meanwhile thoughts of the presi dential campaign in 1936 or con flicting personal political ambitions take secondary places Political par ties usually return to power by try ing first to gain control of one of the houses of congress The late Senator Penrose of Penn sylvania is credited with having said back In 1912 when told that STATE SUES 2 LARGE OIL FIRMS Auto Races to Open North Iowa Fair Monday WORK ON FINAL DRAFT OF CODES FOR STEEL OIL Restaurant Employes Not to Pay Board Rules Johnson By WZLLIAM 1 BEAluE WASHINGTON Aug 19 Setting final drafts of NRA codes or steel and oil on President Roose elts deck today was Hugh S John ons chief concern but he found ime also to press for an agreement among bitmuminous coal operators While the agreement on steel cached in the early morning hours oday was being polished for the residents consideration Johnson oil men conferring with that ndustrys wing that favors more igid price supervision than con ained in the administration code Chen he went Into conference with iis own oil advisors Speedy Completion Although speedy completion of a oal agreement was another NRA ntention it was conceded by of icials that a final could not be placed on President Roosevelts esk before he leaves tonight for Hyde park Johnson meanwhile acted to pre evasions of the modified re employnient agreement signed by he restaurant ruled hat owners could election day lt so long as we control the wreckage The Penrose Plan Eight years later Penrose and the Old Guard republicans were in com plete political control of the coun try again And that whether four eight or 12 years was what Pen rose had in mind Political issues will begin to be clarified as soon as congress gets back to Washington next January It will be then that permanent leg islation embracing the workable parts of recovery machinery set up in the special session must be writ ten Into law Republicans are hoping that there is where they will begin to get the breaks politically speaking Until then they are likely to keep silent TO CLOSE THREE DRY LAW OFFICES Southern Iowa Agency and 2 SubDistrict Offices to Be Closed DES MOINES Aug 19 Preparations were going forward today to close three prohibition en forcement offices in Iowa following receipt here of orders from John S Hurley assistant director at Wash ington The office of the southern Iowa district is to be closed together with subdistrict offices at Daven port and Council Bluffs Homer F Wood acting chief of the southern district waa notified Wood was also Informed that the eighth district office at St Pau and the special Investigators office in Chicago would be closed No orders concerning the north era Iowa district office at For Dodge have been received Woo said AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I dont use my vacuum cleaner much but its worth havin1 just to keep agenla from takin up my chair cushions an suckin dirt out o the cracks to shame mp DISCUSS STEEL PROBLEMS Hoyt A Moore general counsel of the American Iron and Steel Institute and Nathan A Miller general counsel of the United States Steel corporation are shown with Kenneth M Simpson deputy commissioner of the NRA discussing the tangle that until Sat urday prevented the steel industry from drafting Its code under the national recovery administration Associated Press Japanese Migration and Naval Ratios Obstacles Araki Discusses to Japanese Accord With US ruch already tilicVrbeen the practice n a particular restaurant prior to June 16 Johnson also approved substitute presidential agreements for the American stockyards industry the steel warehouse industry and the transit Industry Transit Industry Public hearings on the code sub mitted by the transit industry have jeen scheduled to begin Aug 29 rat meanwhile the electric rail ways and subsidiary bus lines will operate under a 40 hour week for general employes a 44 hour week or general shop employes and a 48 aour week for trainmen bus oper ators ticket agents car house and rarage employes maintenance track line power house ond siibsta Jon attendants The transit wages will range from to a week in accord ance with population of the towns and cities or 40 cents an hour for workers paidon an hourly basis 40 Hour Maximum In the steel warehousing industry a 40 hour maximum work week with provisions for not more than 48 hours a week In any three weeks during any six month period was established Minimum wages of from 35 cents an hour in cities of less than 250000 to 371 cents in cities of over 500000 were fixed The stockyards agreement set a 40 hour week for accounting cler ical and other office employes and a 48 hour week for all others Min imum wages ranged from 514 to a week Johnsons order on restaurants as given out through the adminis trations policy board said Not Common Practice It has come to the attention of the policy board that charging for meals was not a common practice in the restaurant industry prior to the passage of the national indus trial recovery act This being so we consider it an effort to evade the minimum wage provisions and a subterfuge to frustrate the spirit and Intent of the presidents reemployment agreement for a restaurant opera tor who had not charged his em ployes for meals prior to June 16 193i5jto charge for them now Tips Dont Count The modified agreement also pro vides that gratuities shall not be considered a part of the remuner ation of any employe The wage section of the agree ment now reads The minimum rates and wages established in section 6 shall not be subject to deduction for meals fur nished employes unless such was tho practice in the restaurant prior to Turn lo Fife 2 Column 3 lowan Fatally Hurt When Struck by Car ARNOLDS PARK Aug 19 Leonard Wentler 21 Sibley was fatally injured when he was hit by an automobile driven by Ray Col cordof Oklahoma City near the Spirit Lake airport by Jupanese Minister of Wfar U Sadao Araki frankly discussing Japans pos ition today In the light of world criticism of events In north Chlnu The general received re cently a representative of the Associated Press anil answered questions bluntly presented His replies were reduced to writing and he consented that his nu thorshlp be announced He rec ognized that Japan is a target for world strictures and justi fied his frank statement to meet what he believes Is censure based on Ignorance and miscon ception General AruUl IB gen erally recognized as the most powerful military figure Japan has produced and It requires a visit to that country to fully comprehend his power By LT GEN SADAO ARAKI Minister ot War of Japan The questions of Japanese migra OIL and naval ratios have been out standing obstacles to perfect accord Between Japan and the United States The California land and school legislation aimed against Ja panese and the 1924 exclusion act lad most unpleasant effects on the sentiments of the Japanese people but in the main the relations be tween our two countries have been friendly since the United States opened Japan to world intercourse I consider that there Is no serious question likely to cause conflict be tween us It must be admitted that in re spect to naval affairs suspicion and mistrust persist in spite of the Washington and London treaties in which efforts were made to elimin ate the dangers of naval competi tion Will Promote Friendship I shall do all in my power to pro mote friendship between Japan and America in the firm belief that our two nations must never be per mitted to drift into conflict An agreement for limitation of arma ments will not be enough We musl come to a more fundamental under stanlng a mutual determination not to go to war Once such an understanding is reached the technical task of fram ing an arms agreement will be easy We shall not then be worrying about the number of warships the other possesses Nor shall either of us try to forc upon the other a ratio of nava power which might injure the na tional prestige of that other nation as some of us Japanese believe tha America Is doing in Insisting tha the Japanese navy accept a tonnagt and strength far below that of thi American navy Calls for Courage The crisis which confronts Japan awful in its implications of regener ation or disaster as our decisions arc right or wrong calls for heroic courage and tenacity on the part of the whole nation All the powers are facing similar crises political social and economic and groping for methods of solution Some have Turn to IAge 2 Column J SIX KILLED BY MIDWAY ACTIVE IN PREPARATION FOR NEXT WEEK Rodeo Hoagland Circus and Prairie Fanner on Program A roaring automobile race pro gram is again to open the grand stand program at the North Iowa free fair Seven spectacular events are on the cards for Monday afternoon when North Iowas 1933 exposition will officially get under way The midway was being transform ed into busy streets with the erec tion of temporary structures Sat urday Concessionaires were mak ing last minute preparations for the opening of the free gates Monday morning The Wolf Brothers shows which are to occupy the midway started erecting equipment late Saturday Inside the buildings men and women were at work preparing booths On the track in front of the grand stand preparations were made for tho rodeo performances and auto mobile races Hold Own Show Cerro Gordo county 4H club members held their own show Sat urday selecting the winners and judging teams for participation in next weeks activities Judging of livestock andexhibits and activity bow Daily at Fair MONDAY Parkway Shows and Rides on Midway All Week P Mason City municipal band Auto races seven fast events with champion dirt track auto drivers Hoaglands circus review interspersing auto races P municipal bond Grand entree of rodeo Then thrills and spills take place Hoaglands circus review auto polo horse push ball chariot races Roman standing races running races The races will be run under lights TUESDAY P municipal band Rodeo grand entree followed by thrilling events Hoaglands circus review including auto polo horse push ball high school horses fancy horseback riding All of Hoaglands circus review cannot be staged at any one per formance for lack of time Its a full afternoon or evening show within itself P by municipal band Rodeo and Hongland circus review grand entree Outlaw horseback riding wild steer riding bulldogging Numbers from Hoaglands circus review Chariot races Roman standing races running races WEDNESDAY P municipal band Grand entree rodeo and Hoaglands circus review Some thing thrilling every minute for two hours either from the rodeo or Hoaglands circus 30 P by municipal band Rodeo and Hoaglands circus review grand entree A two hour program of spills and thrills educated horses auto polo push ball climaxing the evening with chariot races Roman standing races and running races THURSDAY 00 P parade Horses fat cattle dairy cattle and 4H livestock Cerro Gordo county will lead the 4H livestock section followed by Floyd county Hancock county Mitchell county Wlnnebago county and Worth county Concert municipal band Grand entree rodeo and Hoaglands circus Society horse show auto polo push ball wild steer riding broncho rid ing bulldogglng trick riding dozens ot good numbers from the rodeo and circua review P MConcert municipal band Driver ofVan Strewn Along Pavement and Speeds Away SOUTH BEND Ind Aug 18 UP persons were killed and a dozen others were Injured when a arm truck loaded with families rom Elkhart county Ind return ing from a day spent at a Century of Progress in Chicago was side swiped by a heavy overland van six miles west of here early today The driver of the van of which officers were unable to obtain a description sped from the wreck age leaving the bodies strewn along the pavement Forced off Road The accident occurred on XJ S iiighway 112 Orvil Metzler owner of the canvas covered farm truck and his driver John Laughlin said the van bore down on them at ter rific speed and forced themoff the pavement The dead Mrs Walter Berkey 23 Walter Berkey 26 Mrs Mary Huntsberger Wisler 26 Wayne Pippenger 16 Gerald Messmore 17 and Kenneth Leichlitnor 16 all of Wakamsa Six persons were brought to Epworth hospital here suffering rom broken bones and skull frac tures Several others were less seri ously hurt Tired and Worn Leaving Chicago late Friday night the occupants of the improv ised bus tired and worn after a day at the fair were dozing on hard wooden benches when the large van bore down on them The 27 men women and children had no warning of the crash until the left side of their vehicle waa suddenly ripped away and they were hurled to the pavement Shortly after the crash an alarm was sent out to all cities and towns between here and Chicago asking authorities to be on the lookout for the hit and run van driver Laughlin driver of the farm truck said the van could not have escaped serious damage lowan Badly Wounded While Looting Church ATLANTIC Aug 19 Duncan was shot and seriously wounded early today by Officer Jo seph Fudge who said he found Dun can looting a Catholic church here Mike Fay janitor of the church called the officer when he heard some one in the church ance from all parts of North Iowa Mondays racing program will b but the beginning of a week o thrills judging from the progran prepared by Fred G Mitchell sec retary of the association The rep ertoire for the week includes rodeo push ball auto polo a society horsi show besides other events They have variety Monday evening will open the per formance of Candy Hammers rodeo and the Hoagland circus These two features ready for an infinite va riety of entertainment will perform twice doily Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday Beginning Friday afternoon anc continuing through Friday night ant Saturday afternoon and evening wll be presented the great favorite pro gram of the farmers the WLS Prai rie Farmer station all star radio en tertainers featuring the famous barn dance The Hoagland circus with a variety of stunts continues on through with the radio perform ers for a total of 11 performances a the fair each of which will have new stunts From Six Counties Baby beeves ivill be at the fair this year in greater number than ever before with young farmers from six North Iowa counties tak ing part Attention ia called to the fact tha the price of seats has been droppec to 50 cents with no reserved seats Children under 14 years may go t the west grandstand for 25 cent each RECOVERY IN REFUNDEDTAXES Seeks Interpretation by Court of Motor Fuel Tax Law DES MOINES Aug 19 fly Suits for more than were filed today by the state of Iowa against two large oil companies to obtain a court interpretation of cer tain parts of the state motor fuel tax law In the petitions filed in Polk county district court the state seeks to collect 10Y56571 rom the Stan dard Oil company of Indiana and 51775475 from the Phillips Petro leum company A difference in interpretation of the phase of the law allowing for deductions for waste and evapora tion in shipping of gasoline forms the basis for tho suits which claim that refunds of the amounts sought were made illegally from the years 1D27 to 1933 Requires Payment The state claims that the law re quires the companies to pay the tax on the amount of gasoline shipped from the refinery while the com panies compute the amount of tax to which they claim the state is en titled on the number of gallons ac tually delivered in Iowa Leon W Powers special assistant attorney general in charge of the suits sold there was no charge oE fraud involved in bringing the suits No question is raised aa to the Grand entree rodeo and Hoaglandg circus review The lost correctness ot the reports filed by standing race and wild horse running races Something to remember them by FBIDAS P concert municipal band Hoaglands grand entree WLS Prairie Farmer Station all star radio entertainers in person Including such stars aa the Texas Rangers Na tional Barn Dance orchestra the Arkansas Woodchopper Girls of the Golden West the Hoosier Sod Busters and many other features Hoagland will intersperse the WLS numbers with his circus review P municipal band Same as the afternoon with change in numbers from both WLS stars and Hoaglanda circus review SATURDAY P concert municipal band Hoaglands circus review and WLS ai star radio artists again in person P concert municipal band Same as the afternoon but with new numbers A complete and entertaining program for the last night A fitting farewell program for 1933 A program long to be re membered All races at night will be under a lighted track Chariot racers will carry their own flares and fireworks Something new for North Iowa fair patrons Heads Xnzarene Churches OSKALOOSA Aug 19 Delegates to the state assembly of Nazarene churches reelected the Rev C Preston Roberts of Des Moines district superintendent jews Barred From German Public Bath BERLIN Aug IB at entrances to Germans largest public bath at Wannsee today an nounced that Jews would be barred from it in the future in order to avoid difficulties such as occurred recently The Jewish newspaper Rundschau was banned today by secret police Will Rogers WASHINGTON Aug been working day and night since almost yesterday with this fellow Johnson on a code for co medians He claims that sena tors and congressmen come un der our code I claim theirs is a separate union that they are professionals and in a class by themselves and that us amateur comedians should not be classed with em I hate to defy this N R A but I am goingto carry my fight to the country because according to his code it would give work to more senators and congress men and I claim thats the only thing we dont want any more of So it looks like I am really the first one to lock horns with this tough guy Johnson but I believe I got the people with me Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1933 MrNUlht Syndicate MISSOURI VOTES UPON DRY REPEAL Only Question Is How Big Majority Wets Can Pile Up ST LOUIS Aug 19 bitions pros and cons in Missouri where a number of the worlds larg est breweries are located voted to day in a referendum on repeal of the eighteenth amendment The question doesnt seem to be whether the show me state will join the 21 others which already have approved repeal but just how big a majority the wets will pillc up in selecting delegates to a state convention in Jefferson City Aug 22 Although It was freely predicted that the balloting would be light a forecast throughout the state of fair weather with moderate tem peratures was an aid at least in getting out the voters The polls opened at 6 oclock this mroning CST and will close at 7 p m The campaign ended quietly last night with the drys raising the question of moral issues and states rights and democratic party loyalty being pleaded by the re pealists EXPECT ACTION IN GRAIN MART Proposals to Loosen Price Swing Restrictions Get Consideration CHICAGO Aug 18 posals to loosen the price swing re strictions on grain market opera tions were receiving consideration from two sources of them federal authorities President Peter B Carey of the Chicago board of trade said it would probably take action before Monday to modify or eliminate the limitations on daily fluctuations to 5 cents a bushel either way for wheat rye and barley 4 cents for corn and 3 cents for oats Carey said officials of the boani believed that no limit is necessary but that a 10 cent limit would be more comparable to the range now placed on cotton trading He explained that no action would be taken however without the approval of the federal depart ment of agriculture A representa tive of the board is now in Wash ington presumably to obtain its acquiescence said Tfie suits Involve only legal questions Report on Corn The state contends that the Taw requires importers of motor vehicle fuel to report the invoiced gallon age of the tank cars in which the motor vehicle fuel is imported into the state and permits them to de duct three per cent of such invoiced gallonage to cover evaporation and loss and the payment of the license fee only on the balance of tho gal lonage The two companies however have been filing claims for refunds on the loss by evaporation and spillage in addition to the refunds on 3 per cent of the invoiced gal lonage at the point of shipment Powers said The loss by evapora tion and spillage was computed through measurement of the un loaded gallonogc Moru Than Angle The state contends that since they deducted the statutory 3 per cent for evaporation and loss when they originally paid the tax Pow ers said and since that was more than ample to cover the actual evaporation and loss that no tax was ever paid on the actual evap oration and loss and the payment of refund on such gallonago was improper and unauthorized by law The oil companies differ in their interpretation of the portion of the law which permits reduction of It per cent of the invoiced gallcnage imported The law firm of Parrish Cohen Guthrie and Walters attorneys for Turn lo rairft 2 Column Iowa Man Gets Office at Transfer Meeting KANSAS CITY Aug 19 George H Harmcr of Cedar Rapids was elected a vice president of the Midwest Warehouse and Transfer Mens association The group is composed of 70 warehouse owners in Missouri Iowa Nebraska and Kansas Gandhi Disdains All Offers of Freedom on Fourth Day of Fast POONA India Aug 19 Mahatma Gandhi began the fourth day of his fast unto death today disdaining the offer of the British government to free him from prison If he would quit his civil disobedi ence campaign Official doctors watched the health of the Mahatma but issued no statement on his con dition IOWA WEATHER mostly unsettled Saturday night and Sunday local thun derstorms in Bouth portions Saturday afternoon and night slightly warmer LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday T5 Minimum in Night 45 At 8 A M Saturday 58 A new low temperature for Au gust and the summer was recorded on the GlobeGazette weather in struments Friday night it being 2 degrees lower than the minimum ot the previous night and within 10 degrees of the frost level WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO Aug J9 er outlook for the period of Aug 21 to Aug 26 For the northern Great Plains and Upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys temperatures mostly near or above normal prob ably with one or two shower per iods
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