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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 15, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE DECEMBER 15 SAYS INFLATION NOT CORE ALL Wallace Makes His Annua Report on Agriculture to President WASHINGTON Dec 15 reiterated warning that currency inflation is not a cure all for farmers troubles was issued by Secretary Wallace today in his an nual report to President Roosevelt Inflation would raise genera price levels he said but would no I eliminate the disparity between prices of agricultural and nonagri cultural products which he termed essential to permanent farm relief OC the administrations gold pur chase plan he said Prices Should Rise It may not have any great effect for some time in livestock ant dairy prices Eventually however most of our raw material prices should rise to the extent to which the gold in the dollar is reduced Wallace recommended regulation of grain exchanges and separation of savings from commercial banks in order to strengthen country banks He blamed the rise in farm pricei from last March to July on inordl hate speculation in the commodity markets and told the president i is imperative for the government tt supervise and If necessary to reg ulate grain speculation becaus such supervision is the only mean of preventing abuses BalanceProduction Balancing production with de mand was the keynote of Wallaces report He predicted a permanen program of crop control in line with needs of the domestic market The adjustment act he said is a program for economic the first of its kind in the nation history It contemplates the organization of producers for action which they cannot take individually but which is necessary to substitute order for chaos in the agricultural indus try he continued adding that it had improved farm conditions in the last six months Situation Critical Wallace said the situation in the cotton belt remained critical de spite the withdrawal of 10396000 acres from production due to ab normal yields On other phases of the program he reported the wheat program called for a reduction of 9600000 acres cutting production about 124000000 bushels The emergency pig and sow pur chases were expected to result in higher hog prices during the 1933 1934 marketing year the cornhog plan was in its initial stages and the dairy products plan had not been formulated the tobacco pro gram resulted in a decrease of more than 18350000 pounds in 1933 production Fay for Farmers Farmers will have been paid be for the end the year approxi mately 5300000000 In direct bene fit payments in return for agree ing to reduce crop and livestock production in 1934 the report con tinned The entire adjustment program was said to be admittedly a tern porary plan since it had the dis advantage of taking out of produc tion both efficient and inefficien areas In the long run Wallace held it would be cheaper for the gov ernment to purchase farms than t lease them Restriction will becom less necessary as the domestic ae mand for farm products revives 1 is therefore necessary to conside gradually reducing and controllirj the size of the farm plant as whole as a means of supplementin and in some measures displacing th emergency policies Farm Indebtedness Farm mortgage indebtedness i 1932 was estimated by Wallace a 55500000000 and carrying charge on this he said wpuld take abou 13 per cent of the gross farm in come He said the farm credit ad ministration had made progress i alleviating that situation The probable gross farm incom for 1933 was estimated at 56100 000000 plus 300000000 in benefi payments the 1932 figure was 143000000 arid that for 1931 wa 56911000000 Wallace said farm prices had gom up from their February all time low Jut a disparity still remained be tween the prices received by farmers and those they must pay because of irice increases in manufactured goods OU ARE CORDIALLY I INVITED TO OUR OPEN HOUSE TONIGHT 7 to 9 P M MUSIC SOUVENIRS Come in to see one of Iowas largest commercial printing plants in operation Klipto Loose Leaf Co 1517 South Delaware Ave in and see our complete stock of LIONEUVES Electric I rains Several sizes and prices in complete train sets and individual pieces Have You Visited Lionel City Grown folksas well as children will enjoy seeing this model city and railroad system Q and TT KOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC BALLOTING AT PLANT STARTS Steel Company Faces Cour Action Threat and Loss of Blue Eagle PITTSBURGH Dec 15 the face of threats of court action and NRA blue eagle revocation balloting for collective bargaining representatives in the plants of the Weirton Steel company got under way quietly today Employes began a peaceful trek to the polls at 1 a m in the Weir ton and Clarksburg W Va mills and at 5 s m in the Steubenville Ohio works as events movet toward perhaps the most moment ous blue eagle test since the birth of the recovery act The casting of ballots began aft er a day and night of exchanges be tween Ernest L Weir chairman o the steel company and Hugh S Johnson national recovery admin istrator Violation of Laws This is to inform you Johnson told Weir in a telegram that in my opinion you are about to com mil a deliberate violation of th federal laws and that if you do so I shall request the attorney genera to proceed against you immediate ly In the meantime I shall at one call an open meeting to determin whether your blue eagle shall b withdrawn If we are Illegal let the court decide the issue was the reply o the steel firms head Weir said that in a telephon conversation with Johnson betwee the time the NRA chief had re leased the telegram and Weir re ceived it the two had reached th conclusion that the elections shoult proceed the question of legality to rest with the courts Confers With F R In Washington Johnson did no mention the phone talk but it wa known that before sending the win he had held a long conference with President Roosevelt This gave rise o the belief that court action on the companys refusal to permit the lational labor board to supervise he elections had become virtually unavoidable Weir told Johnson it was impos ible for him to interfere with the lection as arranged by the com anys employes organization wfth ut violating section 7A of the re overy act guaranteeing workers he right of collective bargaining AUTOS CRAWL AS ICE COVERS ROADS Continued From Faxe 1 an continued with others in a bus o Algona Three Persons Killed ST PAUL Dec 15 ersons were killed and many In ured in accidentscaused by sleet nd snow storm that swept five orth central states last night and arly today The storms swept through Min esota North and South Dakota outhern Iowa and western Wiscon The dead are The Rev J P ODonnell Minnesota killed when his car was struck by two rucks after it skidded on slippery avement near Redwood Falls H Frederickson 66 Glenwood Falls Vis run down trying to get aid af ter his own car skidded into a ditch and Joseph Kaufman Tama Iowa whose car plunged over a 10 foot embankment near Toledo Iowa COLD WAVE ABATES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A cold wave which combined with a heavy storm to cause more than two score deaths In Europe was abating Friday In the United States warmc weather was in prospect for th east and some parts of the middle west Other sections faced fresh cold snaps Boat services were resumed IN DAYS NEWS Do you wonder that the photographer rushed up to snap Kettl Callian who has appeared In French films us shearrived in New York Hollywood bound Associated Press across the English channel which had been swept by a gale for two days Seven additional deaths brought the number of storm dead in England to 35 France counted 11 dead Germany was held in a cold wave which broughttemperatures of zero in Berlin and 13 to 18 degrees he low in Silesia and East Prussia So intense was the cold that birds froze in the air and swans and ducks had to be chopped from frozen ponds in Berlin Rain was expected to follow snow in the eastern United States and the Ohio Valley today Sleet and snow hampered street traffic in Chicago and other mid west cities BOYS GIRLS AID CHRISTMAS FUND Continued from page 1 Monroe school auditorium next Monday night at 8 oclock All re ceipts above bare expenses will go to swell the Cheer Fund Play Cast Given Participants in the play which scored such a success last week that ts reproduction was suggested in clude August Buhr Mrs O Mall ilrs Ed Pearson Mrs B Rachut Airs H Kinney Ed Tims E Ra chut R Krieger F Brims Ed Fear on and Mrs G Dieckmann with Miss Ruth Buehler and Miss Dor thy Evans assistingwith between let music Miss Pearl Rohr is the irector and Mr Buhr and Harry iinney are in charge of the busi ness arrangements Popular prices cents for adults and 15 cents or been set for the ickets which are on sale at the D K Lundberg store Under Full Steam Now With more than 50 added in a ingle day it is evident now that the community has waked to the ibligation upon it to guarantee gainst a cheerless Christmas in any Mason City home Its wholly a uestion now of how fast we can print for the remaining distance in he definite time limitations Juvenile Mason City is doing its part Its up to the adult givers Bring or send your contributions to the Christmas Cheer Fund UobeGazette Mason City DEFEAT INCOME TAX RATE BOOST Continued from Page 1 kins Hush Husted Klemme Meyer of Bremer Miller of Jones Mulla ney Nelson Patterson Pendray Ritchie Shangle Stanley Stevens of Decatur Baldwin Bennett Booth Byers Chrystal Fralley Geske Harrington Hicklin Irwin Kimberly McArthur Miller of Buchanan Moore Reese Roelofs Schmidt Stevens of Wapello Top ping Tripp Valentine Wenner ani Wilson Indication of Trend The first major controversia amendment considered the vote on HIGHWAY BOARD CHARGES AIRED Contlnueil From Fate 1 a ton He also claimed that the commission had purchased a Studebaker car for and had driven It but once because of the un favorable publicity and that a state cnr had been used to go to the worlds series in St Louis Private Work Done Steuart said further that private work had been done for Clifford Niles former commission member and Fred White engineer He esti mated the former work to be valued at 575 and the latter at A ques tion and answer report of Steuarts letter by Frank Moorhead special agent of the department of justice was read It showed that a great deal of the information in the Steuart letter was based on hear say but declared that he himself had done the work for White on some plans for a pier at Whites cottage at Clear Lake There was read into the record of the proceedings a statement of Moorhead to the department of jus tice which said Mr Steuart waa advised by friends to write to AI esch and tell him his grievances after he was fired Met at Sidney Alesch met Steuart in the lat ters home town Sidney after re ceiving this letter He was accom panied by Representative Yager of Dickinson county They went over the matter of Steuarts letteh In de tail Steuart said Bill Harding for mer Gov W L Harding had been to Ames to see him once and was coming again and that Harding was gunning for the Moodhead also stated that Free White told him that if he owed the state 56 he was perfectly willing to pay It There was further read into the record a number of statements obtained by W H Zelinsky state Investigator from employes and former employes of the commission regarding the sale of surplus war material and of alleged private work done by the employes Tells of Sketch Zelinskys records showed where M C Severson and H A Hanson told of an ink sketch made for a brooder oil burner for a distant rel ative of Seversons a World war veteran They said this was in a slack time and was the inking in f a pencil sketch Another report by Zelinaky said hat W H Rhykiewitz said that Steuarts claim that he had loaded rucks at night with surplus war material was untrue and that the material was worth but little Tom KIrby another employe Ze insky said in his report stated that 16 knew of no valuable auto parts teing sold to Ginsberg as junk vhile E C Tripp former employe old Zelinaky that some of the sur plus material was new parts Cedar Rapids Over Top in Chest Drive CEDAR RAPIDS Dec 15 With pledges for 63S80 and underwritten Cedar Rapids com munity chest campaign was an nounced as over the top today This is the first time in savera years that the chest goal has been reached Eight organizations and In stitutions participate in it RADIO TUBES TESTED FREE AT OUR STORE GKUJfOW SUPER SERVICE The first real ndmnecs In elec tric refrigeration for tho home VANCE MUSIC CO EVERYTHING IN MUSIC 124 North Federal Phone 798 the Shangle amendment was re garded as the first definite indica tlon of the trend of taxation in th upper house The senate also defeated withou a record vote an amendment b Senator Stevens which would hav allowed a taxpayer to deduct a ne loss from the net income for th succeeding year Before opening its highway hear ing the house discussed the labo committee bill which would hav removed the fee limitations on agencies obtaining jobs for posi tions in which state licenses or cer tificatea are required Defers FJnaJ Action It deferred final action however when the time for the hearing wa reached Representative Sours of Floyi proposed an amendment undo which employment agencies obtain Ing positions for teachers would b limited to 5 per cent of the firs months salary Representative Gall Gher with drew his bill to repeal the state pri mary law as the morning session opened The house dairy and food committee recommended for indef inite postponement the Glssell bil to raise the tax on oleomargerin from five to seven cents a pound Roy Frost Albert Lea Smokes in His Bed Bums to Death ALBERT LEA Dec 15 Frost burned to death Thursday morning in bis bed Investigation showed that Froat alone in the house at the time had been smok ing and the bed clothes caught fire while he slept lary Cooper Weds Sandra Shaw and Couple Goes West NEW YORK Dec 15 veddlngbells rang today for Gary Cooper strong silent man of the alking pictures and Sandra Shaw also of the films They were married at 2 oclock this afternoon in Coopers hotel suite and were to leave immediate y for a wedding trip to Phoenix Ariz After that they will go to Hol ywood to resume their screen work The bride in real life is Veronica Balfe daughter of the socially prominent Mrs Paul Shields She made her debut in society two years ago and in talking pictures last year Cooper has appeared in more than 30 pictures in the last thnSe years Cooper is 32 and his bride 20 They met on a motion picture lot she visited while he was working on a picture His bride who appeared in a mo tion picture a year ago as a lark1 will not continue her screen career She is a graduate of the Todhunter school In which Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt was a teacher and of the Bennett school in Mlllbrook N Y Cooper was born in Helena Mont He went to school for two years in England and later to Grinnell col lego in Iowa where he was inter ested in art He went to the pic ture colony eight years ago His first picture was Lucky Horse shoe And what does the youthful owner of fifty million unearned dollars think about when she sees a man who has worked hard all his life standingin a TelegraphHerald LEGION PARTY FRIDAY NIGHT Post and Auxiliary Unit to Have Distinguished Guests Present Frederick B Shaffer vice com mander of ClausenWorden post of the American Legion will preside at the Legions phase of the joint Legion and auxiliary program at the Armory Friday evening due to the fact that Commander Roy B Johnson is in the hospital with a broken arm Mrs Frank Mahaffey president of the auxiliary will preside over the womens part of the program Prominent guests will include De partment Commander and Mrs Leo Duster Cedar Rapids Mrs Wini fred Nlggemeyer state president of the auxiliary and Mr Niggemeyer Tom Thomsen Elkader fourth dis trict commander Mrs Bernice Rust Nashua state membership chairman and former district com mitteewoman and Mrs Katinka Hanson Decorah fourth district committeewoman Word was received Friday morn ing that Myrton Skelly department secretary for the auxiliary would not be able to be present Musical numbers on the program will include Christmas carols and hymns by a high school mixed chor us and a high school boys trio which will sing We Three Kings of the Orient Arc Past Commander G E Cress will present the paat commanders jewel to W V Clausen retiring com mander of the post Dinner for the distinguished guests as well as the executive committees of the local post and auxiliary unit vfVII be held at the Hanford DRIVE FOR CHEER FUND SPEEDS UP Continued From raffc 1 church were received here Friday Considerably more than enough money had been taken to care for the few small expenses connected with the project The play which won enthusiastic praise when given first last week is leing directed by Miss Pearl Rohr The curtain will go up at 8 oclock Tickets on Sale Tickets priced at 25 cents for adults and 15 centsfor children can be procured at the D K Lundtaerg store or from individuals of the St James Lutheran group sponsoring he production A picture of the players and a lit le Information about the comedy drama will be presented in the next a sue In the meantime those charged with the task of seeing that there a nothing of the empty stocking spirit here in Mason City on Christ mas morning are desperately in need of way gifts or suggestions that will help to chip away the black column in that stocking index accompanying this r ticle Would Make Buyer of Bootleg Liquor Guilty With Seller WASHINGTON Dec 15 Senator Couzens proposes to make the purchaser of bootleg liquor equally guilty with the seller The Michigan senator said today that when the senate finance committee of which he is a member takes up the liquor tax bill he will suggest an amendment to penalize the pur chaser of illegal beverages TREMENDOUS REDUCTION IN BUS FARES Rates cut as much as MASON CITY to 1 Way RdTrlp St Paul Waterloo 170 310 Des Molnes 275 495 Kansas City 670 1210 Spencer 225 405 Cedar Rapids 280 580 Los Angeles 2600 4680 Chicago 750 Call for Rates to Other Points Jefferson Transportation Company BUS Depot 16 First Street S W Phone Mason City We havent a dog for sale lust want to your coal If Its getting low call Fnllertons Heres why Our coal is attractively priced We aim to give you the finest quality ob tainable for the money Dixie Gem Carbon King Pocahontos Blue Dia mond Lump and other kinds Full 2000 pounds to the ton Satisfaction or your money back Call 383R and well he glad to tell you about the Coal we sell FULLERTON LUMBER Co FICANK MELIUS FOCUTH ST S W A GIFT FROM ABEL SON INC IS A GIFT IN GOOD TASTE CHRISTMAS NECKWEAR North Iowa s Largest Selection to A selection so smart that you simply cant go wrong Practically everything under the sun that is new and in good taste conven iently grouped for ease in selection 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