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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                MEM OF MO I a IOW North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES AIL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XL ASSOCIATED PRESS LEAKED WIRE BEHV1CB MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11 1933 THIS PAPEH CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 2 Plan May Be Permanent Johnson Statement on NRA Code Not Unexpected i S A S H I N G T ON Oct 11 Gen eral John sons statement that the NRA is about to enter that period wherein a per m a n e nt setup for business v i der the code plan is to be estab lished bears out the belief held from the start by many close ob servers of the ad ministration pro gram It has been the contention of this ioiip that those parts of the NRA found workable would not be dis careded at the end of the twoyear trial period prescribed by congress in passing the recovery act It was inevitable they argued that if the codification of the vari ous industries proved successful it would have become so interlocked with ordinary commercial activities at the end of the authorized period thai IE would be almost impossible to discard iL General Johnson now confirms this When asked if this long range plan had been under consideration tor long he replied Weve been building up to it ever since we started Advance Indications From the middle of August when Prof William F Ogburri resigned as a member of the consumers board of tho NRA the belief has grown that the Blue Eagle was destined for more than a temporary flight Ogburns explanation of his resigna tion indicated the trend The emergency nature of this act he said in part must give way to a longtime setup A few weeks later Dudley Gates i i eilgTieil as assistant administrator purpose of NRA economy in States which necessari ly must consist of a proper bal ance in each trade or industry be Iween the economic rights of capital properly invested the social rights of labor productively employed and the rights of the consuming public to protection against monopoly prices A Permanent Setup The next step may be that a plan ning another brain formulate and transmit to congress those parts of NRA which have proved their value Unless all signs fail the task would be completed only after the various recovery measures have been tested inthe courts and either upheld on thrown down This takes time despite the fact the period in which we now are passing has been declared one of national emergency How far the supreme court may go in either direction is something no one will predict Any permanent setup however would await that tribunals decision Additional Reports of Deaths and Damage in Honduras Floods TEGUCIGALPA Honduras Oct 11 from little interior towns brought additional reports to day of deaths and damage caused by floods a hurricane and a land slide In Paraiso a river swollen 60 feet above normal carried an un estlmated number of persons and cattle to sea A landslide In Apolopi killed 19 Two rivers In the south west flooded and caused wide dam age 1 Gets Poultry CHICAGO Oct 11 Atkins of Davenport was awarded n prize in the colored Wyandotte division of the poultry exposition at the Century of Progress MADOO NAMED IN STOCK PROBE New Form of Bootlegging Vexes Government DRIVE TO STAMP OUT ALL ILLEGAL WHEAT MILLING Out to Collect 30 Cent Process Tax Being Evaded By SAM BLEDSOE Copyright by The iVnunclalcd Press WASHINGTON Oct 11 new form of wheat millingto escape the process ing tax on the grownto such proportions that a determined drive to end it is planned by feder al authorities Collection of the 30 cents a bushel tax on wheat and enforcement of the regulations surrounding the levy are the immediate problem of the bureau of internal revenue The farm adjustment administra tion is vitally concerned however because the proceeds from the pro cessing tax are depended upon to raise funds to pay farmers who agree to reduce their acreage by 10 per cent next year Flow of Complaints As indicated by the steady flow of complaints that has come to the farm administration the chief vio lators of the law are growers whom the processing tax was designed to help The wheat farmer was given the privilege of own family use into flour tax free The charge made and repeated from virtually every wheat growing section that some farmers are having more wheat ground than they need and dispos ing of the excess tax free flour at a profit Custom millers in some sections are reported to be accepting the farmers estimates without ques tion The growers are required by internal revenue bureau regulations to make an affidavit that the cus tom ground wheat is for their own use and also that it was grown on their land Signing Affidavits Protest has been made however that in some Instances commercial truck drivers are signing affidavits and are receiving the flour for dis position The farm administration believes some of the complaints have come from enemies of the processing tax but the widespread reports have caused concern Consequently plans have been made to offer every co operation to the bureau of internal revenue in detecting violators No figures are available officials said on the extent to which wheat bootlegging has affected receipts from the processing levy Slow to Pay The receipts from the tax in 22 days in July were only S3S4000 Of ficials said however that this low figure had no particular significance since millers were slow to pay be cause of xinfamlliarity with the tax regulations The processing tax on wheat is expected to produce approximately Any substantial reduc tion in that figure would mean that the treasury would have to be drawn upon to pay for the wheat reduction campaign Cooperation among the farmers themselves is depended upon by of ficials to aid enforcement of the tax If necessary however repeal of the provisions of the act which allow the farmer to have wheat ground into flour taxfree may be asked in the next congress Flagship for Byrd Voyage Leaves Port Admiral in New York Getting Ready for Expedition BOSTON Oct 11 Ad miral Richard E Byrds flagship tho Jacob Ruppert sailed out of Boston harbor at a m E S IT today on the first leg of her voyage to Antarctic seas She sailed without the bon voy age appearance of the admiral who is in New York on business connected with his second Antarctic expedition Her skipper William Verleger of New Caanau Conn walked the bridge with the harbor pilot as her lines were cast off navy yard dock The early morning sailing was in accordance with a desire of Ad miral Byrd that the ship finish fueling at Bayonne N J in ample time to reach Norfolk Va Sunday night Admiral Byrd said last night the Bear of Oakland his other ship would leave Wilmington N Car to day to join the Ruppert at Norfolk Byrd said tho Bear had been held at Wilmington because of a towing charge he considered exorbitant A Boston manufacturing concern he said had taken care of the charge The Bear was to be examined in Norfolk and repaired if necessary AUNT MET By Robert Quillen I dont blame Jennie for hatin the thought o gettin married It would be awful with the kind o1 fellow shed be able to get SETS RECORD ON AUSTRALIA HOP KingsfordSmith Clips Over 40 Hours Off Flight From England WYNDHAM Australia Oct 11 Commander Sir Charles KingsfordSmith clipped more than 40 hours from the EnglandAus tralia flying record when he landed here late this afternoon to the cheers of a mighty throng of wel comers The famous airman hero of Pacific crossing and numerous other flying feats left England last Wednesday with the declaration that he was not out to set a new mark C W A Scott British aviator set the old record of eight days 20 hours and 10 minutes In a flight completed April 28 1932 American Officials Study British Plea for Debt Reduction WASHINGTON Oct 11 T American officials studied Great Britains plea for war debt reduc tion today while the London gov ernments spokesmen prepared to continue their exposition when con ferences are resumed tomorrow Sir Frederick LeithRoss of the British treasury at the first formal meet ing of the conferees said that his government based its request upon a stunning change in world eco nomic conditions which no one could have foreseen when the Brit ish debt was funded In addition he asserted the loans in which the debts originated were far from commercial in character and were granted as a matter of necessity so that Great Britain might continue to do its part in the war Government Likely to Call for Part of Liberty Loan Bonds WASHINGTON Oct11 strong possibility developed today that the government would issue r call for a portion of the 000 issue of fourth liberty loan bonds Brush Fire Victim Had Lived in Iowa WATERLOO Oct 11 of the victims of the brush fire in Griffith park Los Angeles Oct 3 has been identified as Herman Bur nette 12 former Waterloo and Ce dar Falls resident PLAN STRATOSPHERE FLIGHT Major Chester L Forclney who plans to accompany IJcut Coni T G W Settle on a flight Into tho stratosphere from Chicago con fers with Dr Arthur Compton right of tho University of Chicago who is sending nloft Instruments to record cosmic ray findings Associated Presn VIOLENCE MARKS Three Killed inClashes of Cotton Pickers in California By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Strikes cotton pickers min ers longshoremen mechanics school teachers bullets bombs bandages Conferees struggling unsuccess fully throughout the night to end the strike of 70000 silk workers in the New York area police and military with guns and tear bombs patrolling troubled sections in West Virginia and Indiana police charging into rioters at Buffalo These were sections of the strike situation Wednesday Some of the violence epitomized Killed in Clashes BAKERSFIELD Cal Three were killed in clashes between striking and nonstriking cotton pickers in this territory SCRANTON ex ploded on school porch where earli er yesterday pickets and state troopers fought BUFFALO N go to hospital following midnight conflict between pickets and Republic Steel corporation policemen Oftier developments in the strug gle of workmen and employers to readjust themselves under chang ing industrial conditions were War Over Wages Longshoremen on the San Fran cisco waterfront strike with wages the crux of the trouble Conferees seeking to settle the strike of 70000 silk workers in the New York territory struggle through the night in unsuccessful effort to reach agreement School teachers in Jcsaup and Trim la 3 Cnlnmn HI PLANS MEET ON Herring Invites 7 States to Send Delegates to Des Moines Oct 26 DES MOINES Oct 11 Plans for a conference of seven states on liquor control to be held in Des Moines Oct 26 were an nounced today by Gov Clyde L Herring The Iowa governor said he Is writing the governors of South Da kota Minnesota Wisconsin Illinois Nebraska and Missouri to suggcsl that they send representatives to the meeting to discuss possible uni form liquor control legislation Decision to call the conference was reached after the governor hac met with the members of Iowas li quor control commission in a ses sion here today The governor pro viously had indicated that he fav ored an effort to obtain uniform li quor control legislation for the mid dlewestern states Of the states included in his in vitation some have not set up com missions to study liquor regulation the governor said but they will b asked to send a representative Tlv other states probably will be rep resented by members of theirliquo committees Continuing Us session begun yes terday the Iowa commission wa devoting attention to major phase of its study preparatory to drafting its report to the special assembl session meeting n November The commission yesterday rcceiv cd from the attorney generals of fice a brief on legal questions involv ed in the various piana suggested The attorney genera after a stud which is expected to require at leas two weeks plans to present a com prehensive opinion OPTIMISM NOTE OF LEAGUE HEAD AS MEET CLOSES World Assembly Is Told Nations Are Showing Will to Live GENEVA Oct 11 c Water president of the league of nations assembly told the four teenth session of the assembly shortly before it was adjourned to day that the will to live has assert ed itself among the nations of the vorld The assembly had been in session since Sept 25 Defeatism is being defeated by those powers the innate recovery of which many of us insufficiently discounted in our gloomy prog noses the president who is South African high commissioner in Lon don declared The straitjackct in which the world has been shackled since the great war has been burst te Water added and an era of economic restoration has begun Then he praised the efforts of the countries to obtain national re generation and alluding to disar mament predicted that peace was the leaders of the great powers change their policies from to a policy o generosity The presidents closing speed was of a far different tone than tha delivered on the opening day bj Johan Mowinckel premier of Nor way On that day the Norwegian dele gate startled the assembly with t warning that wars impended and urged drastic action toward disar mament elay Proposed in Imposing Full HogProcessTax Urge 1 Cent Levy Until Jan 1 and 2 Cent Tax Thereafter STUDIES PROPOSAL GENEVA Oct II deliberated cautiously today over 1 United States proposal that she pu in writing the concessions sh hopes to obtain from the world dis armament conference A clearcut statement is needed the American delegates argued that the United States Franco ail Great Britain may have something concrete on which to work in studying Germanys demands Representatives of the reich however have displayed all alon a hesitancy to lay all of Germany cards on the conference table unti their neighbors had agreed to likewise Specifically the American dele gates sought to obtain from Ger many a written outline of contem plated equipment needs for he projected new conscript army o 200000 men All sides appeared agreed tha Germany would be permitted t equip the army with small arms a authorized by the treaty of Ver sallies nicBane Sentence FORT DODGE Oct 11 Sentence was to be passed today o Angus McBane Jr who plcade guilty to two counts in connectio with the alleged filing of fraudulen claims for gasoline tax refunds THE THEORY BEHIND BUY NOW Well Known Writer Tells Clearly Why Dollars Not Kept in Motion These Days Are a Primary Enemy of National Recovery By GOUVERNEUR MORRIS What stands betweenyou and prosperity Between you and the right to earn high wages if you are willing to work Be tween you and the right to save and accumulate money and property against the days oE your old age Why nothing very but the dollar But not just any the dollar that you spent in the grocery store or lost at tho races or through a hole in your pocket not THAT dollar but the one that you are not willing to spend or throw away or lose The dollar that dollar that passes from hand to hand and at the end of the year has done the work of a thou sand dollars is fighting for you It is your friend But the dol lar that cannot move that is hamstrung because of greed or fear is fighting against you Do you wish to give up your car and go back to the horse to draw your water from a well instead of a faucet to get your knowledge of what is going on in the world from a little bird instead of from a radio to travel in a covered wagon instead of the latest Boeing Then keep your dollar hide it away invest it in something which does not employ labor let a bank freeze it beat the Liberty over the head and emasculate the Eagle If enough dollars do not begin to circulate within a brie time our civilization is over and your hamstrung emasculate dollars will no longer be dollars They will be of no more valu than so many pinches of dust down the wind And you be better off if you had hidden away a sack of potatoes The NRA is an experiment We are told that if it fails w shall try something else That is good hearing butit may b too late to try something else The NRA must not be allowe to fail And unless dollars are lavishly spent so that dollar may be lavishly earned and lavishly spent again it will fail Spend your dollars now so that later you may have a chanc to save dollars Put your weight back of those who are trying to release th hidden and imprisoned dollars Force out the coward dollars an make gentlemen adventurers of them If we dont make a beginning of doing these things an doing them quickly we and the world with us stand to be se back by hundreds of years And if what we have and are i worth having and being we must not have any thought but fo the immediate jeopardy in which we find ourselves Pry loose your dollars and send them joyriding Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Oct Mr Roosevelt He no more than gets one national thing straightened out than along comes something else Just getting the codes out of the way when along comes Kansas and almost beats Notre Dame Now he has to drop everything till he gets Notre Dame straightened out Manager Terry of the Giants was sentenced to five years in New York Looks liko Cronin was really the winner He was only sentenced to one year in Washington He is young yet and will be when he gets out Say did you know our popu lar governor Jimmy Rolph who has worn boots all his life Is not well Some crazy doctor made him put on shoes Yours WILL ROGERS Cripjrljjhl 1033 McNnnght Syndlctitc pct Ui Cffi Proposals to delay the imposition o the full processing taxes on hogs needed to finance the cornhog pro duction control program being worked out by the farm adjustmen administration today occupied ad ministrators who plan to seek lubstantial reduction in the produc ion of both commodities during the coming year Representatives of corn and hog producers who recently conferrec vith administrators proposed thai hc tax be placed at 2 cents a pound or 2 a hundred Some of these now irgc that the tax be fixed at 1 cent a pound until Jan 1 and that It be it the rate of 2 cents a pound after that date The 1 cent tax would go nto effect as soon as the program vas completed probably not later ban Nov 1 Earl C Smith chairman of the corn belt producers committee of 25 which recently prepared a plan was to confer with Secretary Wai ace late today regarding the tax Meanwhile Dr A G Black corn and hog production chief for the ad ministration said that final action on the tax rate and the time the ax will go into effect probably wil be taken late this week The pro gram has not reached the stage where its details have been approv ed by George N Peck farm admin istrator HELPED FIRM TO FLOAT ISSUE OF FOREIGN BONDS Acted as Council for Dillon Read Bonds Now in Default WASHINGTON Oct 11 Senator ilcAdoo D was named to senate investigators today by a member of Dillon Read and ompany as counsel for the concern hen it floated a South merican loan In 1921 now in dc ault The bonds floated by Dillon cad and company for Rio dn meiro are new selling for 16 on ach par value Robert O Hayward member of le firm said McAdoo was counsel i straightening out a legal diffi ulty to permit Dillon Read and ompany to handle the issue Sold Own Stocks Clarence Dillon senior partner ol 10 company testified that most of le losses of his firms investment were in stocks in which di ectors of the organizations were nterested The genial banker qualified his atement however by saying the nvestments were not made in these locks because the directors were nterested in them but because they vere regarded as good securities Just previously he said it was a general practice to sell securities at the end of the year for tax pur poses and that it had a depressing eftectV onthe market Dllloiia teBllmqny climaxed sever anaaya SFinquiryTby the Benite committee to determine whether poor stocks were dumped on the nvestment trusts In which the pub ic invested 575000000 Cut Taxable Income Ferdinand Pecora counsel for llin banking committee referred to stock sales by one of Dillon Read and companys investment trusts at the end of 1920 which he said was o cut Its taxable income Can you teli us whether that custom has developed under which arge volumes of transfers are madn it the end of the year Pecora asked That is the case Dillon replied peaking slowly People sell stock in which they have loses Does it have a depressing effect tn the market I think it does The practice has iccome general TESTIMONY AT DECORAH BEGINS Jury Is Chosen in Murder Trial of M T Grattan Civil War Veteran DECORAH Oct jury t try the case of M T Grattan 85 Civil war veteran on a first degre murder charge was selected todaj and opening testimony started thi afternoon Grattan is being tried fo shooting and fatally injuring Claud Meade at the fairgrounds July 21 Members of the jury are Bcnedic Sorenson of Pleasant township Ar nold Peterson of Pleasant Bray town Brown of Orleans Helme Johnson of Freemont Ernest Shoe ley of Burroak Frank W Vsetcck of Jackson Francos Novak of Sum ner Jens Egcland of Bloomfield W A Cornell of Ivan Takle o Highland Henry O Bakke of Frank ville and Oliver Pederson of Fre mont The jury of nine farmers a car pentcr a day laborer and a retire businessman was sworn in at noon For n while It was believed might be necessary to call an add tlonnl panel The defence will attempt t prove It is expected that the sho was fired by Grattan In defense his grandson Henry who wa chnsed from the barn by Mcnde an ho has stated menaced with pitchfork Speeding Up Farm Refinancing to Be Urged at St Paul DES MOINES Oct I Il Speeding up of farm mortgage re financing will be urged by Town cprcsentativcs meeting tomorrow it St Paul with Henry Morgenthau Jr farm credits adminstrator Iowa will be represented at the conference by Lieut Gov Ncls Krn schcl and D W Bates state super ntendent of banking Gov Clyde L Herring said he will he unable to attend About in mortgages all n closed restricted losva banks were approved for refinancing yes terday by the federal land bank of Omaha the governor said today Frances Dee Gets Ring From McCrea LOS ANGELES Oct 11 Frances Dee film actress received an engagement ring from Joel Mc Croa actor shortly before she left last night on a motion picture loca tion trip and later he confirmed re ports they would be married Pre viously the couple had declined to discuss rumors of their romance No date for the wedding was an nounced Wea IOWA WEATHER Portly cloudy to cloudy Wed nesday night nnd Thursday cooler in cxtrcmn west portion Wednesday night with frost if clear cooler Thursday In south nnd east porllnns LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Wednesday morning Maximum Tuesday 5 Minimum in 17 At 8 A M Wednesday 48 RalnfoU 01   

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