Tuesday, October 17, 1933

Mason City Globe Gazette

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 17, 1933, Mason City, Iowa TWO U S WILL BUY BUTTER BEEF 515000000 Worth Will Be Purchased for Relief of Needy WASHINGTON Oct IT Purchases of I5000000 worth of butter and beef today was the gov ernments latest step in Its program for feeding surplus foodstuffs to the needy At the rate of 2000000 or more pounds a week government money will dig into a butter surplus esti mated at 70000000 pounds Simul taneously It will buy an undeter mined quantity of beef in the cau ncr and cutter grades Readiness to make the purchases was announced by Harry L Hop kins relief administrator and Sec retary Wallace There were indica tions that before long eggs will be MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE added to the surplusrelief buying Needy people on the relief rolls in many communities Hopkins said have not been supplied with nearly sufficient quantities of meat and butter while cattle dairy and hog growers are suffering from poor markets The farm administration already has purchased 100000000 pounds of pork Poultry Butter and Egg NRA Code Drawn CHICAGO Oct 17 tion of a code which would put the National Poultry Butter and Egg association under the NRA was be fore a convention of the organiza tion today A proposed code was drawn up by a policy board head ed by H S Johnson of Chicago vice president of Armour and company University of California has ac cepted the gift of a 2600 acre for est as part of the equipment of the states school of forestry T T T T T IT T Shopping Tips When Ladies i For Those to talk J who need out events of importance you al ways hear them dlscussong the newest accessories at Merkels even between bids In fact we heard of one smart woman who got so excited tellingabout the latest Merkel Accessories that she trumped her partners Ace1 We Try to y size under wear we now have pants and stepins at 79c vests at 89c combina tion suits in stout and ex tra stout sizes at 98c These are Lorraine garments of fine ly knit rayon in pink and tea the men when I roseWe have also just receiv we select their ed a shipment of outing and socks and judg1 balbriggan pajamas and gowns j ing from the quantities w e Women Who sell we are sue1 to slip into a j ceeding very jacket sweater will find a splen I well We have I did collection at llerkels a new shipment I Theyre knitted of soft warm I of Holeproof I wool yarns in beautiful shades f socks in silk and by Fleischer and j wool and silk famous knitters Sizes range j with lisle to 46 prices from 5350 a pair in the to i in Autogart style c Others in regular style at 50c a Shades as pair The patterns are very as the most beau neat Sizes 10 to 12 tiful flowers make our new silk crepe robes most attractive What Brightens a costume more than a bright scarf And what J i more practical and cotnfort bla in cold weather than a wool c arfWehave Bomes tuimjng onfesIn Scotch Plaids in binations of red with navy or black with white 1 There Are why pewterware should be in favor In the first place it does not tarnish like silver and in the second place the prices are so reasonable We have a new sugar and cream set with tray In a very pretty shape at 150 and a coffee or tea pot to match at 150 When the Sandman cornea get out those warm flannelette pa jamas In stripes checks or nur sery patterns All Piaypet pa jamas have those soft unbreak able buttons and the colors are fast Sizes 2 to 8 In our infants department 69c to 125 DEBATE GRATTAN DIVIDE WOMEN OCTOBER 17 1933 RIGHTS IN BARN Secretary of Fair Testifies in Murder Trial at Decorah tif Oct ques tion of whether or not M T Grat the of Dr Johan L Mowlnckel pre mier of Norway and president of the league of nations assem bly voiced regret at Germanys action in withdrawing from tile league Associated Fresg 1 e murer of Claude Meade had any right in the fairgrounds horse barns where the fatal shooting occurred after he had been ordered away was brought up this morning after testimony by Reginald Pear been son secretary of Fair association Minutes of the fair association scon were introduced into the court by Youth Falls Under Train Loses Foot COUNCIL BLUFFS Oct IT ffi to board a fast Union Pacific freight train here today Leonard Huling 21 Boyd Okla fell beneath the wheels and suffered I the loss of one foot He is in a local hospital in a critical condition from loss of blood He and his companion Lester Pyle 19 were on their way to Nebraska to look for work pick ing corn Graf Sets Record in Its Flight to Brazil PERNAMBUCO Brazil Oct 17 Graf Zeppelin arrived here at a m today setting a rec ord of 72 hours and 40 minutes from Medrichshafen Germany A capac ty load of passengers was carried Cape effects and puff sleeves shirring1 and lace trimming are the principle features to 5798 o If You jiLv come in to shop vjust feelfree to call us by phone or If you live out of town write us a letter or post card telling us just what you want We will give your re quests attention If It is something we do not carry we will gladly try to get it for you elsewhere Solving the problem for baby Is com p easy at Mer kels Theres always some thing new and different a Fluffy angora bonnet style Mouse toys and many many other clever things from 15c up IN THE RADIO WORLD ti AttorneyB P Shea and identified by Mr Pearson to de termine who had charge of the horse barns at the fairground where Meade was employed in training horses Defense Attorney J A Nelson and Attorney Lyons for the state this morning argued this question Motion Is Overruled Orrie Iverson county coroner was called this morning as the sixth witness for the state He tes tified Drs J D Hexom and A F Fritchen were appointed to make a post mortem examination of Claude Meade and found a bullet In Meades abdomen Coroner Iverson identified a bottle in which this bullet had been kept Attorney Nel son asked that his evidence be stricken out but was overruled It is expected 18 witnesses will be called by the state At the Monday afternon session many of the spectators were unable to find seats Lawrence Keefe 63 superintendent of the fairgrounds testified for the state He was not an eye witness to the shooting but heard part of the starting argument Ordered From Barn He stated he heard Claude Meade order M T Grattan from the barn telling him to get out and stay out According to the witness Grattan made no reply to this but walked toward the awning barn and caught IN URSGHEL CASE Mrs Shannon at Penal Farm in Memphis Mrs Kelly Moved on MEMPHIS Tenn Oct 17 Mrs R G Shannon and Kathryn Kelly both under life sentence for the Charles F Urschel kidnaping arrived here in custody of federal officers today Mrs Shannon was taken Immediately to the Shelby county penal farm where she will be held as a government prisoner The two women arrived on a train from Oklahoma City shortly before 7 a m As one group of officers escorted Mrs Shannon to the penal farm here another group took Mrs Kelly to a second station where they boarded a train presumably for Cincinnati Mrs Kelly cried at the station as she was separated from her mother At the Shelby prison farm it was said Mrs Shannon likely will be assigned to the sewing room Mrs Kellys stopover here was her second visit to Memphis re cently She and her husband George Machine Gun Kelly were cap tured in a bungalow hideout here Sept 26 T a ride from the fairgrounds with Bobby Segmiller who was just leav ing with a horse and buggy He tes tified Grattan later returned vrith his grandson Henry in a big car and that Henry was driving Keefe said he stood near the driveway and watcnect Grattan entered the new barn a M T TUESDAY OCT 17 Central aranmra Time chains or groups thereof unless basic Youll enjoy cold days with a HARRISON HOT WATER HEATER to ward floor j of car Bailable ot beat at wUl remain cold t downward to break up cold ir at floor line Compact and efficient detl Quiet Delco motor with mounted OB cork to Vtype cere eMfl ewaad beat diffw EQUIP YOUR CAR NOW and enjoy cold weather 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balloon tires He stated Claude Meade answered Alleman did not drive High Celia and that the sulky did not have balloon tires because he was there and saw it Savoy said Grattan had a paper but Meade said he didnt care about the paper its a liar and so are you and I want you to get out of here and stay out of here County Chairman Installs GARNER Oct officers of the local American Legion aux iliary were installed by Mrs J C Underkofler county chairman of Britt at Legion hall Frances Mil lard is president VICTORIES FOR PEACEMAKERS Arbiters in Labor Troubles Turn Attention to Other Friction Points By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS Peacemakers between capital and labor claimed several victories Tuesday and turned their attention to other points of friction in the in dustrial machine Striking steel workers at Weir ton W Va hailed a settlement an nounced Monday by the national labor board Chairman Robert F Wagner said the workers would re turn at once NRA headquarters in New York announced settlement of four strikes involving 9000 breadmak ers teamsters market porters and shoe workers Violence Flares Violence flared in scattered strike areas Monday Some high spots follow LOS and workers clashed in a garment WILKES BARRE damaged homes of two miners BROCKTON po lice details guarded W L Douglas Shoe company SAN JQAQTIXN VALLEY Twelve thousand cotton pickers still remained away from fields meeting Breaks Up PATERSON N of striking dye workers broke up in disorder when Miss Ann Burlak left wing leader took rostrum Among other strikes still going on were Coal miners in Indiana silk or rayon workers in Rhode oe Island Pennsylvania and New Jer ney garment workers in Quincy 111 sardine fishermen at Monterey L 31 Woven wire fences 29 feet high to protect a grapefruit orchard from desert winds are being built by a Santa Ana Cal grower FREE PRESS HELD TO BE IN DANGER Continued From Page U expedients is loss of rree govern mcnt Stage of Retrogression We are far advanced i this stage of retrogression The negotiations which the pub liahers committee have been carry ing on with the government a Washington have proved conclusive ly that there is a plan under wa at with o without Presiaent Roosevelts con apply the heat to th newspaper publishers to force them into line with this movement The committee of 21 publisher negotiating the code had refused he said to sign any agreemen without including the two sections 11 and 14 rejected by the NRA The controversial clauses read Subscribe to Code Section li In submittingo subscribing to this code the pub Ushers do not thereby agree to ac cept or to comply with any othe requirements than those herein con tamed or waive any right to ob ject to the imposition of any fur ther or different requirements 01 waive any constitutional rights ot consent to the imposition of ami requirements that might restrict o interfere with the constitutions guarantee of freedom of the Section 14 The right of the em ployer and the employe to bargain together free from interference by any third party shall not be affect ed by this code and nothing herein shall require any employe to join any organization or to refrain from joining any organization in order to secure or retain employment Harris said the 24 publishers who had unanimously determined these sections must be included in any newspaper code were puzzled by the request of the recovery administra tors for the elimination of section 11 The government representatives ne said admitted there was less un employment and fewer wage cuts in the newspaper field than almost any other industry under consideration Harris said it was demonstrated anil admitted by Gen Hugh S Johnson that newspapers pay equitable wages that working hours are not excessively long and that few com petent newspapermen are without employment but he asserted someone evidently discovered that within this new law might be found a means to muzzle the news papers of this country Demands Removal Harris declared that Donald Richberg attorney for the recov ery administration had specifically demanded the removal of the labor section 14 from the code and that section 11 be eliminated for consid eration You will recall that Donald Rich berg has been an attorney repre sentirig organized Jabor for man years Harris evident was placed In the N I R A for th purpose of furthering the interes of union organizers union labo with its four million votes evidentlj hopes to control the government a Washington If all newspaper plants are un Ionized the unions virtually coul exercise a censorship because o their power to control the contents of the news and editorial columns Toward Dictatorship With very movement towards die tatoiship Harris observed cornea an endeavor by the party in powc to control all mediums of communi cation through which the public may be reached with government DOCTOR What you need Casey is more bulk in your Bug gest bran CASEY Not for me Doc J dont like bran DOCTOR T7cll Cisey you havent 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Tim youre getting back your high spirits ONE MONTH LATER Im tolling you Murphy Ita tho finest breakfnst dish ye ever and a power o good Its loin mo tool P 0 S T S 4 O B R A N Ft E K propaganda and by which criticism of the ruling party may be fore stalled The two means oC general com munication today are the printed word and radio broadcasting Harris being successful only when given the assistance news papers in bringing the audience to the receiving1 set There is at present a complete censorship of radio broadcasting Harris asserted Because the gov ernment has the authority to license the radio it can In turn determine who is fo speak into the microphone and can control the speakers ad dress 100 Publishers Attend More than 100 publishers attended the opening session which was called to order by the associations president C B Butler of Mankato Minn The question of acceptance of liquor advertisements after the re peal of prohibition was injected during a round table discussion of About half of those present indicated they would not accept such advertising In response to a specific question 30 publishers said they would not accept whisky advertisements Of these one said he would accept wine advertising No Price Raise No attempt to raise the price of newsprint in the near futureis eK pected it was reported by George F Thayer of the Marshalltown Iowa TimesRepublican chairman of the paper committee Circulation methods of certain metropolitan dailies in competing with small city papers were con demned as vicious but legitimate under the rules of the audit bureau of circulation by A L Miller pub lisher of the Battle Creek Mich InquirerNews and chairman of the inland A B C committee Miller was instructed by the as sociations president to have his committee work out a plan which would bring more efficient polic ing to insure real circulation Girl Dies of Auto Accident Injuries WEBSTER CITY Oct 17 rt Marian Kennedy 20 died last night in a local hospital from a fractured skull 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