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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 13, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CrfY GLOBEGAZETTE SEPTEMBER 13 1933 WILL PLAN NBA DRIVE FOR IOWA Dickinson and Biermann to Attend Recovery Board Meeting DES MOINES Sept 13 Plans for making the Iowa NRA drive more effective will be consid ered here tomorrow when the Iowa recovery board meets with members of the regional board Iowa con gressmen and senators county and local committees and the state ad visory council Senator L J Dickinson will at tend but Senator Louis Murphy now in Washington will be unable to get here in time Blermami to Attend Representatives E C Elcher of Washington Fred C Gllchrist of Laurens Guy II Gillette of Chero kee Fred Biermann of Dccorah and A C Wilford of Waterloo have given assurance of their attend ance The conference will open at the state house at 10 a m Thomas Gau kel of St Louis excoutive secre tary of the regional recovery board for Iowa and Missouri will address the group Regional board members attending are W H Klauer of Du bilque J C Lewis and Charles G Adsit of Des Molnes neEmployment Seal The recovery board was advised today by Mrs Flora Etter of sig ourney Iowa womans NRA chair rman that the womens state organ ization is now complete One of the matters due for discus sion tomorrow will be the Iowa re employment seal The plan contem plates issuance of a seal to employ ers to show how many additional persons have been given work since the NRA campaign started Mem bens of the Des Molnes chamber of commerce Interpretations commit tee have objected to the seal on the grounds that it would be unfair to employers who are complying with the spirit of the NRA but have been unable to add extra help STRIKEIWORRY TRADE IN EAST Preparations Started for Soft Coal Walkout in Penn sylvania By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Industrial strife tore several in dustries in Pennsylvania New York and New Jersey Wednesday Pennsylvania authorities viewed apprehension preparations for a general bituminous mine holi day Ten thousand soft coal miners ruvjiye counties of southwestern Ransdell to Fight Long Louisiana Veteran Will Go Back to Home State PSmsyJvonia already have quit their jobs in protest against delay 3n signing an NRA code for coal The national labor board was ex ected to make immediate efforts to settle strikes involving between 50 000 and 60000 workers in the Penn sylvania silk industry Public hear ings on a code have been in prog ress Meanwhile four Allcntown rayon mills announced they would reopen Immediately at the request of striking employes Awalkout struck a gastronomical at Philadelphia and Camden T J when employes of Lintons restaurants were summoned to strike Wednesday Union officials said 1000 workers were affected The demands include higher wages and shorter hours Twenty thousand silk dyers still are out In north New Jersey in drive for a 30 hour week and minimum wage of 60 to 65 cents an hour Strikes in New York spread Tuea day to 25000 underwear workers in 500 shops and 3000 cleaners and dyers union officials announced By HEKBEIIT TLUMMER WASHINGTON Sept 13 cision of former Senator Joseph E Ransdell of Louisiana to close up his Washington office and go home to fight Huey Longs political rule In the diate promises more trouble for the Klngfish Long defeated Ransdell for the senate in 1930 bringing to a close Ransdells 32 years service in congress The Louisianan had spent 14 years in the house and 18 in the JOSEPH E RANSDELt record in his state for continuous service It was a severe blow to Ransdell but he took it gamely He set up an office in the capital as a sort of managing director for the national institute of health the organization created by legislation he sponsored while in the senate There came word that he was through with politics that never again would he run for public of fice Any effort to get him to com ment publicly on the political situ ation in Louisiana usually was met with a polite but firm refusal He wasnt Kingfish Irks Him But he has made no attempt to conceal his dislike for Long The tactics of the Kingfish appeared of grave concern to him Before leaving Washington for Louisiana he announced definitely that he would align himself with those forces In the state out to de throne Long He promised that his activity In this direction would be most vigorous He is a veteran cam paigner The former senator now 76 years old is still alert and energetic Just what he has in mind no one seems to know He still Insists that he is not an office seeker that his sole purpose In returning to Louisiana is to restore a good state of af fairs there On the Other Hand But those who know him inti mately are aware that the senate holds first place In his affections His defeat in 1930 was a staggering blow and some believe that he has hopes of returning There are those who think that Longs political star la waning m Louisiana in view of his difficulties with the administration over pat ronage aid1 so point to such a situation1 as hold ing the possibility of a new political future for Ransdell provided he is on the ground while things are changing ROOSEVELT WILL PUSH RECOVERY Continued From IAge 1 the insurance plan with losses to their depositors and stockholders In approaching the problem of getting the insurance plan into op eration some 8000 banks not mem bers of the federal reserve system must be examined to determine whether they are eligible Solvency to Bo Test The directors of the deposit in surance corporation have made it clear the test will be solvency and not liquidity If the assets and cap ital of a bank are sufficient to meet its liabilities to depositors and other creditors the bank will be adjudged qualified for participation With some 1500 experienced ex aminers ready to go to work the examiners are to begin at an early date As they proceed with their work whenever a bank is found that does not meet the deposit cor porations requirements a special study of its condition will be made Can Bo Mmlu Eligible If it is determined that it can bemade eligible by Increasing Its capital structure an effort will be made to have that accomplished First of all the people of the com munity will be asked to subscribe to additional stock issued by the bank in question If they respond the government ad thelr share and the and do what judges to be bank still Is finable to meet the de posit insurance tests then the gov ernment will step In and purchase whatever additional stock is needed through the RFC In situations in which there are several banks in a community and one of them needs assistance mer gers will be attempted This pro cess already has been worked out in numerous instances Mother of Boy Shot in Liquor Raid Sues OSKALOOSA Sept 13 Suit for 50000 was filed against Sheriff Frank Hook Deputy Sheriff Fritz Vangenderen and Police Chief How ard Allgood by Mrs Mary Stonton mother of Gerald Blackwood youth who was fatally wounded in a liquor raid made by the three peace offi cers last June CARPENTERS TO HOLD MEETING Labor Assembly Session to Be Held Thursday Evening A special meeting of union car penters was scheduled at the Labor hall at 7 oclock Wednesday eve ning it was announced by W H Gricbling secretary of the Mason City Trades and Labor assembly The regular meeting of the Trades and Labor assembly will be held Thursday evening when reports on Labor day and other activities of the organization will be made Installation of the clerks union will take place Friday evening at 8 oclock at the Eagles hall Butcher workmen held their meet ing at the Eagles hall Tuesday eve ning for the initiation of new mem bers The next meeting will be held Wednesday Sept 20 also at the Eagles hall AMERICANS FACE DANGER IN CUBA Continued From Page 1 and representative of the peoples will would be recognized American Ambassador Sumner Welles told newspapermen he had nothing to add to Mr Hulls state ment and denied any representative of the Grau San Martin regime had approached him on the question of recognition Welles Leaves Hotel Welles left the National hotel in which armed officers deposed when an enlisted mens coup detat put a junta in power were surrounded by soldiers The ambassador said he moved because there was no food there and there was a threat that water and lights might be cut off The officers meanwhile remained firm in their refusal to recognize the Grau San Martin administration or its demands that they return to their posts IN DAYS NEWS Miss Frieda W A Weltz 43 year nurse was held for the slaying of Francis J M Grace Sr California cap italist at Santa Cruz Cnl As sociated Tress photo Robert Reid Suicide Is Blamed on Fear of Mental Collapse SAN FRANCISCO Sept 15 JPl fear of mental collapse brought Robert C Reid 50 brother inlaw of Gov James Rolph Jr and prominent in San Francisco business to a suicides grave Reid climbed ate yesterday to the top of the 16 story Balfour building and dropped to the roof of a two story structure adjoining it Pershmg Observes His 73rd Birthday PARIS Sept 13 John J Pershing oberved his seventy third birthday today quietly He read telegrams of congratulation and hoped to find time to write his dally gtint of the second war book on which he Is working 29 STATES MARCH IN REPEAL PATH Continued From Page 1 a 2 to 1 majority favoring repeal in a special election yesterday Returns from 1196 of the states 1547 precincts tabulated by the Associated Press gave the following vote For reapeal 122766 against 55605 Complete unofficial returns from Denver indicated an emphatic dis approval of the eighteenth amend ment in the capital The vote was better than 4 to 1 with 55363 votes for repeal and 12839 against Outside of Denver the majority was not so large but it was con vincing Returns from 882 precincts showed a vote of 07403 for repeal and 42766 against F Scott McBride national head of the AntiSaloon league left Den ver lost night for Omaha after issuing a statement the eighteenth amendment can still withstand at tacks of repealists if the drys will go to the polls said the Colo rado vote does not change the na tional situation inasmuch as Colo rado voted wet last fall MARYLAND GOES WET BALTIMORE Sept 13 Maryland the sixth state to ratify the eighteenth amendment has added its name to the list of states in which the electorate has express ed the desire to strike ou the pro hibitory statute By a margin of nearly 5 to 1 in a comparatively light vote the free state yesterday elected 24 delegates to the state convention to be held at Annapolis Oct 18 to votesolidly for the proposed twentyfirst amendment With 68 scattered precincts in the counties still missing the antipro hibitionists of the state rolled up a plurality of 152678 votes over the drys and those who were to have gone to the convention without be ing pledged The vote from 1303 of the states 1371 precincts stood 197505 in fa vor of repeal 41309 against repeal and 3505 uninstructed BOARD TRIED TO BUY COAL IN IOWA Continued From Page 11 of the board because of the installa tion of a Taylor underfeed unit at the University of Iowa Our answer to this criticism is that the unit now in operation for more than a year has established its efficiency The only criticism that can be sub stantiated is that it will reduce our annual coal tonnage and therefore reduce the operators tonnage Feeling of Concern Baker declared that the various members of the board have a sin cere feeling of concern with reference to the effect this will have on Iowa miners but the fact ofthe matter is that we are set up in a business organization expected to do business on business principles and required to get the worth of the money for every dollar we spend We have no power to give presents or make do nations to any persons or group of persons Regarding the objection reported filed with the NRA Baker declared that instead of the difference in cost between Iowa and out of state coal being only 6 per cent the facts are for the university the difference in favor of out of state coal based on actual thermal units is 163 per cent In addition if we add 85 per cent for the difference in ash con test the net advantage of the out of state coal bid over Iowa bids is nearly 25 per cent Auto Accident Makes Bride of Day Widow CHICAGO Sept 13 bride of a day was made a widow today when Edward Schwartz 27 Men dota HI died several hours after his automobile collided with another car in suburban Westchester last night Find Farmer Burned to Death in His Car BLOOMING PRAIRIE Minn Sept 13 Meizner farm er was burned to death hi his auto yesterday It is believed that a gaso line explosion caused the fire WRITE ANOTHER SOFT GOAL CODE Operators and Labor Heads in Conference at NRA Headquarters WASHINGTON Sept A new recovery code for the bitumin ous coal industry was being written today at NRA headquarters Authors summoned to the confer ence tables included administration experts representatives of opera tors from all major producing fields and leaders of the United Mine Workers of America Hugh S Johnson himself was to take a hand as knotty issues arose Spurring all groups toward the goal of completing the final code this week were reports of growing labor disturbances in western Penn sylvania coal fields But Deputy Administrator Kenneth M Simpson declined to forecast a definite timt for taking the charter to the white house Johnsons code handed operators last week was the basis for the new draft Clause by clause NRA officials attempted to harmonize that code with objections submitted by operators and miners Dows Grocery Sold DOWS Sept Gard ner sold his Cash Grocery store to Wallace Meyer who took possession Monday with Teddy Lekwa as clerk Mr Gardner has accepted a position as salesman for the Hoxie Fruit company RADIO RUBES TESTED FREE AT OUR STORE GRUNOW SUPER SERVICE The first real advance In elec tric refrigeration for the home VANCE MUSIC CO EVERYTHING IN MUSIC 124 North Federal Ihone 798 MILK INTERESTS TO SUBMIT CODE Continued From 1 Insurgents with no connection With the organization Besides a higher price the farm ers attending last nights meeting made three other demands namely Discontinuance of base and surplus system of paying for milk estab ishment of a flat price near the cost of production and the classifi cation of milk as a public utility Leaders of the strike said there would be peaceful picketing Two liundred strikers were appointed to telephone other producers to urge them to join the strike Don N Geyer secretary manager of the pure milk association said his organization was In no way con nected with the strike and pointed out that negotiations are under way at Washington now for a price in crease for milk producers Suggests Holiday MILWAUKEE Sept 13 Walter Singler of Shiocton WIs president of the Wisconsin coopera tive milk pool said when Informed of the strike of northern Illinois milk producers that ho would go into Racine Kenosha and Walworth counties today and after ascertain ing the sentiment of farmers woulc decide whether to instruct poo members there to join in the noli DRIZZLE OF RAIN FALLS IN STATE Mason City Section South and Central Iowa All Have Showers Cloudy skies greeted Mason City Wednesday and a of rain that had started Tuesday night was resumed but stopped before noon Rainfall ranging from 3ID inches at Clarinda to lesser amounts in the southwest and central por tions of the state was reported Wednesday morning The rain was moving eastward snd should reach the eastern part of the state during the day or by night the weather bureau forecast Boone reported a rainfall of 310 inche Ames 285 Carroll 250 Jef ferson 264 Creston 2 Marshall town 195 Council Bluffs 104 and Atlantic 188 The highest temperature record ed Tuesday was 82 at Marshall town while a number of stations in the north section of the state registered a low of 53 last night I ity was necessary for passage day It wns understood that the south ern Wisconsin farmers representec at the Wodoatock meeting were no affiliated with the pool Asked If he would call B strike of pool members In Wisconsin Singler said the organizations ex ectitive council would have to tak such action but that he had been asked to call It into session Defeat Proposal to Erect High Schoo DENISON Sept 33 defeated a proposal to build a nev 5150000 high school The vote wa 462 to 440 but a 60 per cent major A SPECIAL FINANCIAL SERVICE FOR TEACHERS LOANS up to for the usual Fnll expenses Repay in Installments arranged to meet your require ments A Convenient Personal Loan Service C L Pine Loan Co Phone 224 Diagonally National Bonk Bfdf 204 Weir Bidg O FAR as I can tell and Ive smoked a lot of them CHEST ERFIELDS are always the same They have a pleasing taste and aroma I smoke em before breakfast and after dinner I smoke em when Im I smoke em when Im rest And always they satisfy They suit me right down to the ground ester cigarette TASTES BETTER   

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