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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 7, 1933, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE OCTOBER 7 11933 DANGER AFTER REPEAL IS SEEN Rockefeller Report Warns ol Dry States Being Home of Bootlegger NEW YORK Oct 7 Rockefeller liquor control study sounded a warning today that un less past experience is the surviving dry states after adop tion of the twenty first amendment will become a paradise for bootleggers Operating from there as a base the study said the illicit liquor traffic should not be allowed to run cheap inferior liquor into the neighborhood wet states for sale In competition with the legal but perhaps higher priced article Dealing With Repeal Dealing with the status of state regulations after repeal the report by John D Rockefeller Jr and made by Raymond B Fos dick and Albert L any one who regarded the bootlegging warning an Illusory danger will do well to examine the efforts of the Canadian provincial government to prevent invasion by American hootlegvjers selling tax free liquor In view of the widespread evils which followed the adoption of the eighteenth amendment the report said we frankly are not impressed with the possibilities of prohibition as a method of control even in in dividual states We believe in stringent regulation of beverages 01 high alcoholic content We do not believe that such regulation is pos sible under a strict form of pro hibition Laws Untouched Cities that repeal of the eigh amendment leaves untouched the laws and constitutional provi sions existing in various states the report declared The possible future success of statewide prohibition will depend entirely upon whether there is within the state an overwhelming majority in favor of this type of control On no other basis can it hope to be even moderately success ful Its popular backing must be strong If an uncompromising bone dry prohibition Is attempted failure to marshal a preponderant sentiment behind it will we believe admit all the abuses which have recently been experienced under the nation al regime Nothing Is Gained Nothing is to be gained by pass ing a law which serves merely to satisfy the consciences of those re sponsible for it This was the first section of the Rockefeller report It set forth that aside from repeal of the eighteenth amendment the twentyfirst also forbids the transportation of intox icants into any state holding such traffics V ore study added it was often contended the wet States failedin their responsi bility to adjoining dry states The outlook at present is for a reduc tion of the field occupied by state wide prohibition If in the end a few dry strongholds remain they should not forget that they also have a responsibility to the states in which intoxicants are legally ob tainable Plan Arraignment of Elmer Huckins on Federal Charge MILWAUKEE Oct 7 eral officials here today were laying plans for the arraignment of Elmer S Huckins of Cedar Rapids charg ed with using the mails to defraud Huckins is in the county jail after being brought here from Sioux City No date for the arraignment has been set officials said The charges result from alleged investment promotions In which in vestors were told of returns of 26 to 52 per cfcnt Three Iowa charges of obtaining money under false pre tenses were recently dismissed at Cedar Rapids They are going to rewrite the shoe code Evidently they had it on the wrong Constitu tion A WONDERFUL Kried Chicken Dinner Sunday for 3Bc bealden real tender chicken All tioars wo aervr fine steaks chopi French fries Cartons of Jleer de livered Open ALL night BESS CAFE SfSSSir Bessie Barleas Proprietor A Glorious PLAYLAND FUN C A L OR E Guests te able lo short jtinii out into Minnesota Land of 10000 Ltkei eecb clay tnd return each evening to i res comfort able night The Curtis with bill CURTIS HOTEL 10th Strut In lo 4lli AT MINNEAPOLIS 70 Acre Lake to Be Put in Eldora Park MacDonald States AMES Oct 7 civilian conservation corps camp will be established soon at Eldora for con struction of a 70 acre lake and im provements of Pine Creek state park Prof G B MacDonald Iowa director of emergency conservation work said today The lake will be financed by a bond issue voted in a special election Wednesday Maj P C V Crowley of Fort Des Moines army post reported to MacDonald that construction of camp barracks at Hardin county fairgrounds has been recommended to Washington FARMERS UNION RELEASES CODE Cost of Production Figure Would Be Determined by Council WASHINGTON Oct 7 E Kennedy secretary of the Na tional Farmers union released Fri day a tentative draft of the agri cultural code his organization and the national farmers holiday as sociation are backing for adoption by the agricultural adjustment ad ministration The code provides that farmers cannot sell under the average cost of production figure which would be determined by the codes common council The council would be made up of nine members elected by farmers from their organization Farm labor would be paid at rates to be set by the American federa tion of labor for comparable forms of work in various sections of the country Kennedy said the agricultural ad ministration was favorable to the drafted code He will confer with President Roosevelt Saturday and plans to return to Kanakee 111 to attempt to sign up farmers for the code After that It will be presented for action by the administration and formal public hearings IN THE RADIO WORLD SATURDAY OCT 7 Cent ral 3 tsnaara Time Note All programs to Key And basic hams or groups thereof unless specified coaBt to coast o to c designation Id eludes all available nlaUona ubject to chance P M Ma j v r B AHIOrFAftt t weat wlw wtel wtlo wlai wing wcBh wfl wilt wftor wrc wgy wcae wtatn wwj wsai wraaq ksd wocwho wow wdaf NORTH WEST CANA D wtmj wba kstp webc wlay kfyr crct ctct SO UTI1 wrva wp 1C wwna wts wjax wsun wiod warn wmc wab wapl wjdz kvoo wky wfaa wbap kpro woal kUu koa kdy Kglr kghl PACIFIC kgo kfl kgw homo khq kfsd ktar kgu 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borne VANCE MUSIC CO EVERYTHING IN MUSIC 121 North Federal Phone 7D8 SHOCKERS TRAIN IN NINE STATES Cornhuskers to Battle Way to National Contest in Many Meets DES MOINES the opening of the cornhusking season expert shuckers in nine states have started their workouts to get in physical trim for their annual con tests Cornhusking competition will get In full awing in the next few weeks as the hunkers turn work into sport in seeking to battle their way through local district and state meets to the national contest Six states so far have set dates for their atate meets and have se lected the contest fields while the remaining three states which annu ally participate in the national farm classic are expected to do so short ly Nebraska which this year plays host to the national tourney will hold its state meet Nov 2 in Daw son county The earlier meets in clude those of South Dakota Oct 31 at Valley Springs S Dak and the Indiana state contest Nov 1 at Bluff ton The Illinois state meet has been set Nov 3 at Granville Putnam county and on the same date Ohio shuckers will engage in their bat tle of the ears on a Huron county Ohio farm To Be Held Nov 3 With Walter Johansen runnerup last year both in the national and the Iowa contests battling in his home territory Iowa entrants will engage in their state elimination in Audubon county Nov 3 The winner and runnerup in each of the state meets will be entered in the national contest to be held on the Ben Stalp farm five miles from West Point Nebr on Nov 9 In order to enter the national both Johansen and Carl Seller left handed peg artist and 1932 national champion must clear the hurdle of competition in the meets of their respective states JDecided Improvement in Farm Credit Work Reported by Herring OMAHA Oct 7 a con ference here last night with D P Hogan president of the Omaha Fed eral Land bank Governor Herring of Iowa said a decided Improve ment had been made in progress of farm credit work in Iowa He stated that Hogan had ac cepted his suggestion of concentra ting on the worst afflicted centers until batiks In these centers have been relieved of the mortgages on handand stiieir frozen ahsets trans ferred to the land bank The governor said the reason he had 3een impatient was that we must have the banks in good shape by Jan 1 if they are to take advan tage of the government insurance plan The governor expressed himself a firm believer in Secretary Waliace and said he thought that criticism directed at the Secretary was un fair Contracts for State Printing Let by Iowa Board DES MOINES Oct 7 Twelve contracts totaling about 30000 for state printing engrav ing and paper to be used by the state have been let by the state printing board Printing contracts were let to the Moravia Union Moravia Athens Press Iowa City Amundsen com pany Decorah Tribune Publishing company Ames the Marshall Printing company Marsh all town and the Success Composition com pany DCS Moines A lithograph certificate contract was awarded to the Iowa Litho graphing company of Des Moines and engraving contracts to tha Com mercial Arr Engraving company Cedar Rapids Iowa Conservation Program Praised by Dr Preston Bradley BURLINGTON Oct con servation program in Iowa was highly praised by Dr Preston Brad ley national president of the Izaak Walton league in addressing the state convention of the league here last night You have outlined a program in Iowa stated Dr Bradley that has become the most outstanding pro gram of conservation of any state in the union and is being copied and studied by every conservationist of any importance in the United States If you dare fall down If you dare withhold that cooperation which is necessary in this great plan it will be more than a state tragedy it will be a national trage dy 662 Persons Aided in Obtaining Work DES MOINES Oct 7 for 662 persons were obtained dur ing September by Sioux City and Des Moines offices of the Iowa state federal employment service State Lubor Commissioner Wcnig reported Small Daughter Burled DOWS Oct services were held today for Janet 3 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Jay Stuck who died Thursday TROOPS QUELL DISORDER AT ILLINOIS COAL MINE Illinois national guardsmen are shown as they cleared the courthouse square at Harrlsburg 111 alter many persons had been wounded In a new outbreak ol warfare between rival coal miners unions ciated Press SOVIET PROBLEM ABOUT SETTLED Trade Benefits Expected to Result From Recognition of Russia WASHINGTON Oct 7 troublous problem of Russian recog nition which has hounded every ad ministration since the World war apparently is nearing a settlement by President Roosevelt High administration sources say the question Is moving into advanc ed stages So far has the study progressed that conservative spokesmen said early personal con sideration by Mr Roosevelt looking to final disposition was a fiftyfif ty chance Trade benefits expected to flow from diplomatic relations are pro viding the stimulus in behalf of rec ognition Russia wants to buy through a billion dol lars worth Is a late estimate by her commissar of foreign affairs M Lttvinoff The United States wants to to a potentially huge foreign market Some of confiscated American property a 5187000000 government obligation and DOO in repudiatea Russian bonds have been major obstacles to Rus sian recognition Officials foresee their possible adjustment in the credit negotiations between Russia and France which point to a for mula for composing claims indirect ly by paying a bonus on borrowed money or bonus go ingto old creditors VEECK RITES TO BE ON SATURDAY Simple Services Planned at Suburban Home of Cub Leader CHICAGO Oct 7 and semiprivate funeral servies were arranged today for William L Veeck the late president of the Chicago Cubs who died Thursday morning Only the immediate family and very close friends were to attend the services at the Veeck home in suburban Hinsdale However friends of Mr Veeck will be allowed to pass the bier before the services start He will be burled in the Hinsdale cemetery President John A Heydlej and a group of club presidents came from the World series at Washington to attend the services Messages of condolence have Hooded the Veeck home CITY GAMES STOP CHICAGO Oct 7 city series game scheduled for today be tween the Chicago White Sox and Cubs was postponed until Monday out of respect to William L Veeck the Cub president who died last Thursday However the two clubs will play tomorrow Mondays game will be played only if necessary inasmuch as the Sox have the first three games and another victory would clinch the series The Sox shut out the Northsiders again yesterday winning 9 to 0 An IE ro A KnuIUti 3b 4 0 1 2 WItan 2r 4 2 1 z Cayler ef 4130 PIIan rt 4 SthAon If 4 Grfmm Ib 4 lartnett c 3 1 fl 0 M 4122 Hoot p 2000 Tfnnlnf p 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1000 Nelson p 0010 34 7 24 B WHITE 0 All If TO A Sirann rt 4 I 3 0 Haas cf 3040 Djkej 3b S 2 J 1 Slmonn If 4 t 3 0 KrfM Ib 2b Berry c Iynns p 0 1 4 3 10 0 4 X 1 ft 4230 3 1 0 4 Totals 39112712 xTfnUfd for Tlnnlnp In Aevenlri rhImRO 000 CMcaio AI 040 040 D Kjmn Jarfifi HayrB Berry runs bnt tod In 3 Kresa 2 nayefl 2 Merry tiro base hlU JariceJ Dyken Kerry harneran Kress nacrtllee double plays nyben to Hayes lo Kress left on bases Chicago NL 8 thl eago AM 7 base on bAlls off Root 3 Tyonn 1 out by Root 2 Nelion 2 Lyons 4 hits off Root B In 4 211 Innings nff Tlnnlnir 3 In 1 13 Innings off Nelson 2 In 2 Innings hit hy ptteher by Root loslnic pitcher Root Umpires Reardon NT at the plafe OeJse AT at rlnit RJelrr NT at second and Owens AI at third Time Scorer Slmoas Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Oct been reading over the resolutions passed In Chicago by the American Legion this week They were as level headed and nroadminded as ever passed by any organization and here was an astonishing thing they came out unanimous for a sound dol lar Now that showed they wasnt taking the easy way out And there was a body of men representing the cross section of our country if ever one did You would be surprised at the amount of people that dont care howmuch anything else jumps up and down every day But they want to know what the old dollar is worth asleep or awake But enough of this For the one way to detect a feeble minded man is to get one arguing on economics Yours WILL Copyright 1933 McVnught Syndicate ACCIDENTS FATAL TO NINE PERSONS Continued From Page 1 brother who was driving the ma chine was injured seriously At Davenport Feilcke was killed whennis auotmotiile went out control and crashed Into a telegraph pole Hold Davenport Man Davenport police were holding Eddie Kaszinski 22 of Maysville in connection with Injuries suffered by Harold Schwartz 19 who was found badly hurt in a ditch near the municipal airport Police said Kaszinski admitted hitting Schwartz but did not stop Mrs Sellers died of injuries suf fered Sept 28 when she was struck by a truck The body of the unidentified wo man was found on the highway near Dexter where it was believed she had been struck by a car The woman previously had been seen walking along the highway T FORORATTAN85 Decorah Veteran Horseman Held in Jail Trial May Be Soon DECORAH Uct T Grat tan 85 veteran horseman against whom the Winneshiek county grand jury returned an indictment of first degree murder Wednesday is being held In the county jail at Decorah pending posting of a bond Mr Grattan formerly at liberty on a bail bond of the same amount was taken to the jail after the in dictment had been returned by the grand jury A meeting of attorneys was held this morning to determine the date of the trial which may come before the court within a few days and may possibly be postpon ed due to the illness of one of the defense attorneys Frank Sayre who recently submitted to an opera tion at St Josephs hospital in St Paul This is the only criminal case scheduled to come up at the Octo ber term of court Grattan a Civil v war veteran shot and fatally wounded Claude Meade 53 horseman from Minne apolis in an altercation at the De corah fairgrounds on July 21 Defense attorneys for the coming trial will be J A Nelson Decorah and C J OBrien Waukon If the condition of Attorney Snyre permits he will also take part in the trial The state will be represented by County Attorney E P Shea assist ed by Gerald Lyons of Cresco J Raymond Whitesides Dies at Local Hospital J Raymond Whitesides Jr 16 Clear Lake died at a Mason City hospital Fricay afternoon from pneumonia following a major oper ation Sunday He wag given blood transfusions Thursday and Friday That new elastic wool ought to be a useful innovation for mens suits but a lot of us have been getting quite a long stretch out of the ones weve got Herald SILK CODE TAKEN TO WHITE HOUSE Johnson Hopes Promulga tion Will End Walkout of Mill Workers WASHINGTON Oct 7 Hugh S Johnson the recovery ad ministrator today laid the silk textUe code before President Roose velt for approval with the hope that its promulgation would end the strike of mill workers which has disturbed New Jersey for weeks With the cotton textile and wool codes made effective some time ago the silk industry was left with dis putes over wages and hours pre cipitating the strike of thousands of workers Senator Robert F Wagner the chairman of the national labor board has virtually held In abey ance attempts to conciliate the strike pendingfinal approval of the code Black Bill to Come Up See Move in Green Declaration Upon 30 Hour Week By HERBERT PLUHEHEK WASHINGTON Oct 7 sions of a renewed effort to resur rect the Black 30 hour week bill in the coming sessions of congress loom as the re sult of labors open declaration that hours under the NRA are un satisfactory Washington ob servers regard it as fairly certain that William Greens opening statement to the fiftythird annu al conventioin of the American P e d e r a tion of Labor that un WIUIAM GREEN employment will not bo eliminat ed until a 30 hour work week is es tablished forecasts such a move The Black bill authored by Sena tor Black of Alabama already has passed the senate Approval of the measure was given by that body by a vote of GO to 23 early in April In the house Connery of Massa chusetts chairman of the labor committee offered a bill of his own as a substitute for that of Blacks It was while this bill was before the houses labor committee that Fran ces Perkins secretary of labor made her first appearance before a congressional body On the Shelf Miss Perkins proposed changes in the bill which immediately brought protests from labor leaders Mat thew Woll vice president of the American Federation told the same committee that the labor secre tarys plan would make serfs of American industrial workers and hinted of an uprising of wage earn ers The result of the whole affair was that the Connery substitute bill was shelved What actually haltedlegislation was the fact President Roosevelt had his own plan for dealing with the situation The administration was eager to try out its own plan labors Eyes Alert Green or his associates have sat in on all of the codes drawn under the recovery act and have had much to say about the labor provisions Therefore his observation is re garded ag significant In our mature judgment our honest judgment he says the hours in many of these codes are so high that they will not absorb a single worker Three million have been taken back to work but 11 million are still unemployed While Green counsels patience with the new deal he insists hours be reduced sufficiently to Increase employment One method might be a drastic rewriting of the codea now in effect The other might be for congress it self to act NRA Officials Seek Answer to 3 Big Problems WASHINGTON Oct 7 Three big riddles freighted with controversy and involving vital points in the program of national recovery are demanding solution in the immediate future byNRA offi cials Retail trades proposal for minimum price control is to get Ad ministrator Hugh S Johnsons ver dict and possibly that of President Roosevelt by Monday or Tuesday Immediately behind Is necessity or the labor board to decide wheth er in arbitration disputes It shall require minorities of workers to abide by the will of the majority or make it necessary m some casea forc employers to arbitrate with more than one group This involves fun damentally the question of closed shop unionization hitherto re arded as banned by the industrial aw Would Reduce Fluctuations Third and possibly most contro rersial is a proposal rapidly coming o a head by which some officials hope to tempt capital to Invest in construction and new equipmentby keeping down wages for a period of one year with a mandatory in crease at that time and further in creases at stated periods later if the volume of business rises The idea worked out by a group of deputies and economists is to use the code structure to flatten out the building curve from its present series of booms and depressions every 10 years to a 20 year more moderate fluctuation Its backers assert they are not proposing to re duce wages below the levels propos ed by industries in codes but ra ther not to raise them for the pres ent to a compromise between Indus trial offers and labor demands Labor men already are promising fight however and an idea to re quire longer working hours than normally provided by codes is said to have been dropped The whole project has not yet been passed upon by Johnson but will be before him soon in the construction in dustry codes Will Be Presented The majority rule proposition in labor arbitration is to be pres ented to the labor board in the case of an Indianapolis mill where a national union and a company union both have adherents Senator Wagner of New York board chair man holds to the view that the dem ocratic theory requires the minority to be bound in industrial govern ment as well as political Further more he and several members of the arbitration tribunal believe any other basis will lead to chaos and that when an employer goes into collective bargaining with his em ployes he should not have to deal with more than one set of spokes men Yet NRA has taken the stand that the Industrial laws declaration that workers have the right to deal through representatives of their own choosing means no worker must be bound to go along with the major ity President Roosevelt has taken official action to guarantee the oenefits obtained by union bargain ing for nonunion employes specifi cally in the coal fields Roosevelt Not Convinced On the retail code Johnson has Held a series of conferences with his own staff and a collection of gov ernment economists He told them frankly that their arguments against the requirement that no sale be made except at the cost of goods delivered to the mer chant plus 10 per cent did not con vince him They left a collection of briefs for his study Next Monday the same question will be agitated in hearing on a grocers code before the agricultural adjustment administration which is opposed to the proposition vigor ously F R ASKS AID OF CAPITAL LABOR Continued From Issc D Myron Taylor of U S Steel Charles M Schwab of Bethlehem Steel and Nathan L Miller of the American Iron and Steel Institute Observers hoped that from the meeting might come an arrange ment by which the steel companies would agree to a modified form of union dues collection in their non commercial captive mines The steel men object to this check off system a concession demanded by some 75000 striking miners in western Pennsylvania There will be a Constitution year in 1937 if the constitution lasts that Crosso Tribune WINTER COMING IN STRIKE AREA Thousands of Coal Miners and Steel Workers Destitute By OLIVER ORAMLING PITTSBURGH Oct 7 winter comes Down In the desolate valleys of western Pennsylvania once hum ming with activity and black with the smoke of busy mines and mills winter is really coming Thousands of striking coal and steel workers and their families know it and know not what The overtures of the operators the orders of their own organiza tions and the pleas of the federal and state governments all have failed Well starve first shout the disgruntled workers Few Have Money Few of the strikers have any money and most of fam little in the way of clothing The NRA madepossible more of the jobs which they now acorn but it also brought about increases in the prices of clothing and food stuffs Most of the strikers live In com pany houses while they picket and many of them even now live on the credite extended by the operators stores The operators themselves have been hard hit and cannot af ford to help indefinitely If the min ers returned to work the company stores would reopen again but this suggestion invariably brings that shouted reply Well starve first Disaster Belief Governor Pinchot has extended the states disaster relief and other relief agencies stand ready tn help as much as possible but these sources of necessity may be cut off Through thj rummer wives and children tilled strugglinggardens on the sunny hillsides but Pennsyl vania winters1 are can be grown beneath snow and sleet Food and clothing will not be the only problem There is heat to be considered Shivering Children Shivering children even as in other times of stress may gather odd pieces of coal from about the mines and mills but with most of the mines closed there will be little of this precious commodity avail able And so the strikers face the ter with little money little clothing Sj and few of the other necessities of fj life Will they go back to work fi The question brings the shouted reply i Well starve first I VOTE TO REDUCE RAILROAD FARES Western Executives Would Cut Passenger Rate to 3 Cents CHICAGO Oct 7 was given Horace Greeleys famous advice Go west young man to day in the vote of western railroad executives to reduce passenger fares and cut Pullman charges onethird inan effort to stimulate business In addition to eliminating the Pullman surcharge members of the Western Association of Railway executives yesterday decided on the following scale Effective Dec 1 for six months A basic rate of 3 cents a mile for one day tickets A rate of two and one half cents a mile for round trip tickets the time limit of which are greater than 10 days A rate of two cents a mile at the discretion of individual roads for round trip tickets with a 10 day limit or a rate of two cents a mile for one way travel in day coaches only Roads represented at the hearing Included the Missouri Pacific Chi cago and North Western Union Pacific and Chicago Burlington and Quincy WELKUM CLASS Young Slarried Clans FIRST SI E CHURCH Invites Your Attendance Sunday A SI FOR INFORMATION CAU 2I91W How to Get Hosiery A woman never has too many pairs of stockings wife can buy several heres how Order your Coal here today You will Save several dollars on your winters supply because we expect prices to advance in the near future Let your wife buy silk hosiery with the money you save Isut that a good idea Call 3838 and well tell you about Carbon King Dixie Gem Pocahontas Blue Diamond Lump and other kinds of Coal we have FULLERTON LUMBER Co FRANK MELZTJS Manager 15 FOUKTH ST S W
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