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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 30, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE AUG 30 1933 TWOTHIRDS OF WAY TO REPEAL Washington Is 24th on List as Only One District Votes Dry SEATTLE Wash Aug 30 Twothirds of the 36 states needed to erase the eighteenth amendment from the constitution were lined up today Washington following 23 others into the repeal column None of the eta tea which have voted fav ored retention of prohibition Only ona legislative district the ninth in rural eastern Washing ton voted dry on the basis of avail able returns The district will have only two of the 99 delegates who will meet Oct 3 at Olympia to rat ify the decision of the voters The popular vote from 1924 of the states 2682 precincts rolled up a total of 316064 wet ballots to 132359 cast for dry candidates The statewide total however had no bearing on the outcome as dele gates were chosen by legislative districts an election arrangement which wet leaders attacked during the campaign It was a complete expression of popular sentiment declared J C Herbsman state director of the re peal campaign The Washington State Emergen cy committee a retentionist organi zation fought repeal It contended that in the event of abolition of the prohibition amendment this slate would be without liquor regulation except laws prohibiting sale of ai cohollc beverages to Indiana and minors until the legislature meets again in 1935 Corn Pack Started CLARKSVILLE Aug win H Wackerbarth and C J Parker came from Independence Monday Mr Parker is superintend ent of the Clarksville canning fac tory which began the pack Tues day noon Mr Wackerbarth is gen eral assistant NRA PARADEOF VICTORY FRIDAY Continued From rage 1 stores and business establishments in Mason City will close at 3 oclock in order that the parade may be assembled in time to start promptly at 4 oclock Noisemakers Imve been ordered by the Junior Chamber of Commerce according to Dr Don Fitzgerald president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce and will be placed on sale in a vacant store on Federal avenue Until the selection of the site for the parade headquar ters is made all inquiries may be made at the Chamber of Commerce Wilson Abel is in charge of pub licity for the celebration and is sending out word to all of the county towns tor a 100 per cent showing in Mason City Friday afternoon This is to be a count affair stated Mr Abel and wi want everybody represented To Line Up Firms The plan of the drive started Wednesday morning at the Y M C A according to Lester Milligan is to bring every business establish ment in Mason City under one o the three forms of the codes the blanket code the substitute temper ary approval provision or the per manent code Every business es tablishment in Mason City will b visited by a member of one of the teams with the exceptions of the large industrial plants and the fil ling stations which will be sur veyed through the main office of the concerns Team members will urge the sign ing up of all business and profes sional men and women and check changes in employment since July 1 1933 and increases in payrolls since that date This is the greatest peace move ment of its kind ever brought about in the world stated Garfield E Breese general chairman of the N R A in Cerro Gordo county in opening the session at the Y M C A Wednesday You have come here because your country has called you There are no creeds nor poli tics in this drive Given Chance to Serve We have never had a greater COAL PRICES WILL RISE We honestly believe that they will go up in the near future And we sincerely hope that you will place your order for coal before the first price advance At Fullertons you can buy Dixie Gem Carbon King genuine Poca hontas and other kinds of good coal Special prices still in effect Phone 3838 FULLERTOH LUMBER Co FRANK MELIDS Manager 15 FOURTH BT 8W SCHOOL TEACHERS Do you require additional funds until you receive your first salary check PINES will advance you the required amount promptly Inquire Now Without Obligation CALL PHONE OK WRITE C L Pine Loan Co Phone 224 Diagonally Opposite First National Hank Ulilir TODAY WEDNESDAY AUG 30 RUSSELL BROS BIG 3 RING CIRCUS at MASON CITY ONE DAY ONLY 2 P P M Popular prices of the Ruasell Brothers Circus havo made this Circus an ev traordinary bargain counter of amuse ment and the public seems to realize it GET GUEST TICKETS Over 60 Mason City merchants are stUl Slving them away Ask for Guest Tickets at local stores The admission at circus tent Is 40 cents for adults and 25 cents for children But by presenting a GUEST ticket only a service fee to ticket wagon of 20 cents for adults and JO cents for children Is charged Addi tional 25 pnts for reserved scat if desired 20Clowns20 CIRCUS GROUNDS 19lh Street S W East of I O 0 F Home Nil chance for service than we have this week stated Lee P Loomis publisher of the Mason City Globe Gazette aa spokesman for the ex periment being launched As a standpat republican I come to tell you in all reasonableness what this drive means no matter on which side we stand We are not as you know and I know living in normal times We cannot evaluate today in the terms of yesterdays weights and meas urea For three or four years ear nest and honest men have striven with heartbreaking and heartbrok en anxiety to restore and to balance those unbalanced conditions which have resulted in starving people or at least in dolefed people on one hand and on the other huge sur pluses of unmarketable commodi ties their values destroyed by the lack of a reasonable purchasing power Every leverage known to the philosophy of yesterday has been exerted with earnestness and with sincerity and with almost despair ing hope but without avail Only in the uncharted lands of tomorrow was the solution to be found There Is No Alternative The question before us contin ued Mr Loomis ia not Will this plan work It is God help all of us if this plan does not work We have no alternatives or rather the sole alternative to the 100 per cent suc cess of the NRA is chaos too terrible to contemplate Mr Loomis urged that business men who have individual instances of where the NRA has affected hardships and sacrifices can well af ford to be patient and tolerant be cause some of the new employes and increased wages are being paid out of red balances on the books of the firms or corporations Those who can contribute noth ing else to the NRA must buy stated Mr Loomis Buy from firms with the NRA signature but above all buy Buy not wisely conserva tively the things that you need buy the things you want buy with out counting the cost buy without thinking where it is coming from Do you suppose the businessmen where the money is coming from that they are paying these new employes 7 They are hiring on Wth and you have got to buy the same way If you cant sell buy It 3 going to cost the employer more and there is going to be no return o that employer for awhile How ong the lapse will be before the re urn begins depends upon the united support of an aroused people We are not in this army on dress par ade We are in the trenches and the zero hour is here Our service is not a matter of uniform and bands and trappings but a matter of hun ger and cold and danger and sacri fice All Must Serve All of us must give all of us must serve and I want to say that the man or woman worker whose only contribution to the NBA is to accept shorter hours for the aame time will be the profiteer in this war The success of the NRA will de mand from the American people patience tolerance willingness to understand the other mans prob lem determination that the chiseler and the profiteer both shall be de nied the approval of his fellows After all gentlemen the proposals of the NRA are something new un der the sun said Mr Loomis It is unlike anything In the phil osophy of Marx or Lenine Hitler or Mussolini Washington or Lincoln but the underlying principle Is cen turies old Two thousand years ago on the hillsides of Galilee an Ar tisan a carpenter propounded to the little gathering of simple folk that surrounded Him the revolution ary idea of the Golden Rule Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself1 Today the NRA cornea to you and says Put your neighbor first and al these things will be added unto you Urges Support Bernard Manley president of the Retail Merchants association stated that the retailers had an im portant part to play in the drive He stated that the code submitted is the greatest agreement ever drawn up in business in the United States Businessmen have gone into bankruptcy not because they were poor businessmen but because they had a conscience The elimination of the sweatshop and child labor In the retail store has been accom plished We cannot see clear around the wheel yet but we can adopt this program Gentlemen lets get be hind it OWAG0PIN STATE MEETING Republicans Draw Up Plans and Study Candidates for 1934 DES MOINES Aug 30 TV Iowa republicans today swung into the preliminaries of the 1934 cam paign Defeated overwhelmingly at the polls last November the republicans today considered informally the list of possible candidates they hope will bring the party back into control of the state government Members of the republican state central committee were guests of Miss Martha McClure of Mount Pleasant national coromittcewo man at a noon luncheon at the fairgrounds Routine matters were the chief consideration at a committee meet ing last night No action was taken on the selection of a publicity di rector and secretary Chairman H S Stephens of Cla rinds said NO STATEMENT MADE BY FORDS Company Reported Afraid of Handing Industry Over to Unions DETROIT Aug 30 the absence of both Henry and Edsel Ford comment was withheld at the Ford Motor company offices today concerning the statements in Wash ington of Gen Hugh S Johnson that maybe the American people will crack down on Ford If he did not obtain the blue eagle No statement has been author zed from the Ford offices since the automobile industrys code was ac cepted in Washington without the participation of Henry Ford Ford las been represented by associates and others close to him aa feeling hat the code as drawn up meant the handing over of all industry to union labor leaders The minimum wage scale at the IN DAYS NEWS W W Flnney bank er of Emporia Kflns and fath er of Ronald Finncy broker ac1 cuseil In Kansas bond forgery scandal was arrested on charges of embezzlement Associated Press Ford plants at present ia 50 cents an hour and operations are on an eight hour five day week basis The industrys code calls for a min imum of 43 cents in the larger ci ties and scales down to 40 cents in smaller communities wHh a 35 hour week IN THE RADIO WORLD WEDNESDAY AUO 30 Centra Siainmro programs to Key and baale bains or eroupj tbereaf unlesa BpeeLfied oast lo coast o to el Ceaicnntlon include il avaliabla la change p U NETWORK wm wee wUo wtfcfc Wwii when 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Mrs John King Aplington and Mrs Gus Dropowitch Chicago Over 100 Swimmers in Race at Toronto TORONTO Aug 30 than 100 swimmers most of them from the United States today plunged into Lake Ontario at a m CST to start the Canadian national exhibition 15 mile swim for fame and 58000 in prizes Marvin Nelson of Fort Dodge Iowa one of the better favored con tenders jumped into the early lead closely pursued by Bill Goll of New York and Jack May of Honolulu 4 waDc wicc wade woko wcai waab wnac wgr wkbw wkro whtt ckok wrtr wcau ftlp wjes wean wfbl wapd AJld tvcst wljbrD WED wfbtt krobo wcco Itmo wo wo EAST A Wbp TJbw wbc wlbz wfea wore cfrb ckac wsfm wbro wqam wdo4 T ktra wreo tvlae wdau wtoc drid WIT klr ktsa Baco koma wdbo vodj tvbt ndat wht whfta wtar wdbl mvva wmbg waji cm wa bt we ah WOT bd w t a wkbh Kfab wlso lucj wibn urh ninl v wkbn WK Hah Kit PACIFIO kola Kgb itfro ko Kfpy kvo to Carter Paate II armon a nly Happy Cnlla to c Smith Eithe N Eng Guizar c irvln s out Van c and out to c c C c 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reproof instead of mos Rapids Guette PLAN DELAY ON RETAILERS CODE ConUnued Front Face tain alao said bluntly that Henry Ford either would subscribe to the automobile code or not get the blue eagle think maybe the American people will crack down on him by putting their blue eagles on other cars Johnson told newsmen re garding the automobile magnate Not Power Enough Some NRA officials were saying privately that the wage raising agreements and permanent codes of fair practice do not yet appear des tined to create sufficient purchasing power to keep ahead of Wgher prices resulting from the greater costs which business is undertaking for NRA Expansion of credit through the reconstruction corpor ation was planned to help business bear these higher coats until mass purchasing can take over the job Jesse Jones reconstruction cor poration chairman was back at his desk after conferring with Presi dent Roosevelt He declined comment on the presidents proposal for ad vancingcredit to any NRA Indus tries but high official quarters said four or five days would be requir ed to complete detailed plans Big Drive Planned Axbigr drive to develop this mass buying also is intended but not be fore the administration can feel con fident that recovery is well estab lished But the less sanguine officials ex pressed the belief that a major auxiliary would be some measure of inflation They were not ready to say or intimate however that this thought was In the mind of Johnson or of President Roosevelt Johnson himself was all enthusi asm last night as he addressed a great parade staged for the blue eagle through the capitals streets climaxed with the fireworks and pageantry down by the shaft of the Washington monu a slender oak sapling from Mount Vemon destined to be an ever growing monument that commemorates these great deeds Tell With Pageantry We are here to tell with pagean try and pyrotechnics the beginning of the end of perhaps the greatest peril that has ever beaet this na tion he said as the autumn rolls on you will see that the old gospel of despair the theory of human helplessness and of our inablity to do anything to prevent these ghastly economic depressions was a false gospel after all Much of Johnsons elation rose from the gradually resolving nego tiations which had brought the coal industry to the drafting not only of a code of fair practice but of con tracts by which the great bitumin ous fields north and south are to go solidly union Statement by Lewis A measure of the magnitude of this accomplishment was the state ment by John L Lewis president of the United Mine Workers of America that it represented the greatest forward step to date in the recovery movement The coal job however was not yet complete and not due to be be fore tomorrow at least The agree ment already announced was upon the basic principles and patient labor still was in progress to com plete the contracts and the code Similar work continued for the less sensational but even more far spread code of fair practice for the entire retail trade of the country Both are intended to be at Hyde Park for President Roosevelts sig nature before next Monday Labor day MiddlerClass people are those who cant make the first page by dodg ing their income StarCourier PREMIUMS PAID FOR PIGS AGAIN Shippers Must Get Permit Before Sending Their Cargoes WASHINGTON Aug 30 Premium prices are again being paid for pigs and sows at author ized processing points today as the governments farm program moves ahead Due to congestion at marketing points however shippers may only send their cargoes after first obtain ing a permit to do so Government purchases of pigs during the first six days of operation of the emer gency program brought in 550000 pigs and sows The purchase plan was suspended temporarily last week when pro cessing points were unable to take care of the large numbers sent in Today the restricted purchasing goes on again at these points i City Ottumwa Ma son City Des Moines Cedar Rapids Duhuque and Waterloo South Dakota Sioux Falls Mitchell and Huron Lea Winona and Austin Nebraska Omaha Nebraska City James Roosevelt Day Banquet CLEAR LAKE COUNTRY CLUB Sunday Evening P M Due to the limited sealing capacity reservations must be in before Friday Sept 1 SLATZ RANDALL And His Brunswick Recording Orchestra RUSTY HINGE QUARTET FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE CARL SNYDER AT 404 ANNOUNCEMENT To the Readers of the GlobeGazette In keeping with our policy to produce only the finest of meat products we are pleased to announce the development of a new frankfurter This new frankfurter known as Deckers First Quality is unexcelled for quality taste and flavor It is tender delicately spiced with just the right tang guaranteed to suit the taste of even the most discrim inating diner Knowing that everyone who has tasted Deckers First Quality Frankfurters has enjoyed them we are inviting each and every reader of the Gazette to try Deckers First Quality Frankfurters so that you too can enjoy their new goodness and fla vor For your protection the name Deckers is branded on every First Quality frankfurter Ask for them by name at your meat dealers JACOB E DECKER SONS President   

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