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Racine Journal-Times, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1934, Racine, Wisconsin MONDAY NOVEMBER 18 PAGES 3 CENTS PROJECTS UP TO COUNTIES RELIEF BECOMES BIGGEST ISSUE IN WASHINGTON Action Goes Forward on 2 Fronts Despite Diffi cult Sharp winter Senator Wil liam Borahs bitter criticism and an attack on underlying eco nomic causes today thrust the re lief question to the fore as the v Kew Deals most pressing i Relief appeared bristle I with more difficult situations than iny other faced by the administra Action went forward on two The first was a reconsideration of the Immediate needs of the na tions families dependent upon the government for food clothing and Winters ap proach lent emphasize to the neces for Checking The second was new study of the broad social and economic problems which have birth to the Immediate relief situation Spurred by Borahs charges of In relief Re lief Administrator Harry Hop kins was preparing a thorough check of his vast He lias already issued orders to weed cut all chiselers from relief rolls He is seeking to lighten the fed eral burden by Insisting that states bear a fair share of Borah Is placing In the hands of relief administration Investigators the Information on which his at tacks have been In Compulsory Work for All Pledged Italy in New Deal tion to tht Borah Is the question of The Coloradostate administration has r Hopkins confirmed dismissal despite protests by the relief In Tennessee Senator Kenneth is de manding the resignation of State Administrator Walter Simpson on charges that relief workers campaigned against democratic There have been indi cations of difficulties In other a The program for this winter presents Relief is now costing the federal treasury a Cold weather wil shoot the figure Most money is spent In direct Hopkins prefer a madework pro gram but this relief Is more ex There Is controversy over the program already Instituted Private Industry has complained Turn to page column 6 Mild Quake Reported in Portions of Iowa here were swamped today with telephone calls from residents in this area reporting the had felt an earth tremor about The shock felt here lasted only a short It shook homes ind rattled dishes and but did mo the report Telephone calls re ceived from Monmouth and in Illinois thought reports that the shock was distinctly felt in that M W f T NOTED MUSICIAN DIES 12 noted musicianand former conductor fo nine years of the Minneapolis sym phony died here early He was 61 years fair In unsettled in north portion tonight and Tuesday somewha warmer tonight and in south por tion RACINE TEMPERATURE Highest and lowest temperatures rec orded during the 24 hours ended p m Maximum i Maximum V Temperature since Vaxlmum At 10 A KPN AND MOON The sun will rise on 13 at and will set at Th moon will set at WEATHER ELSEWHERE The follovinn are observations take throughout the country yesterday at th same moment of corresponding In all cases to 7 Racine tune Abilene Knoxvllle Chlcaco Cleveland Denver Duluth Helena Xndianfipous XKUU CltJP Memphis Moorhead Oklahoma Snult Mar Louis dhreveport Prince Mooney Fight for Freedom to Go Before High Court today was promised consideration of the supreme court his fight for freedom from San Quentin penitentiary where he has been im prisoned since 1916 after being found guilty of murderin con nectionwith the preparedness day The court acted on a plea of attorneys representing the labor to be to file a petition for a writ of habeas The while not granting this plea directed the warden of San Quentin through his legal representatives to show cause within 40 days why Mooneys lawyers should not be allowed to file the Copyrights by The United ory work for all able bodied ncluding the scions of the glamor ous ancient families whose forbears lave made will be a part of the new cooperative state pro it was learned Work as a social duty for every one is the The program is regarded here as BANKING POLICY FACES REVISION Significant Plans Reveal ed by Events of Last 3 by The United Events of the past three weeks Indicate significant administration plans for the American banking President Roosevelt and the big eastern banks to an armis Bankers as sociation convention which met here three Westerner Gets Big The present Is a period of more or less cooperation between the financial centers and the White The next revealing banking de velopment came over the weekend when Roosevelt named Mar rlner of to be governor of the federal reserve Eccles is the first far west erner to hold that He starts to work subject to later confirmation by the Officials today began confer ences from which were expected eventually to come Important hew banking Chairman Leo Crowley of the Federal Deposit Insurance corporation and Eccles spent nearly an hour with Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau George Harrison of the New Tork federal reserve bank appeared simultaneously for a dis cussion with He said he Intended to see Eccles later to The conferences were believed to Involve simplification of the governments bank examining pro Turn to page column no less drastic a reform than the economic the council of corporations in which capital and labor are represented equally and which in future is to be the equivalent of the present chamber of Leisure Class Must Premier Benito Mussolini made the announcement of the compuls ory work program in his speech Saturday Inaugurating the council of It was not emphas ized at that It means the searching out of a somewhat large leisure class and the insistence that its members go to The work program principally strikes the old landed which has for centuries lived in the worlds capitals while its lands have been developed at home by hired Plan Studied for Like the program for the new cooperative the workforall idea is the development of years of As far back as Mussolini attacked the aristocracy for loaf ing around in the de luxe hotels when they are needed in the colo nization of the Italian territories in In line with the social evolution of the fascist members of a number of the old aristocratic families have gone into industry or have stayed at home to administer their But there are those who have followed the old custom of shunning work and living the socalled gentlemens and they have roused Mussolinis He has been unsparing in his praise of those who have gone to such men as the late Don Gelasio an American educated en gineer who performed valuable service in land reclamation pro Roosevelts Decorate Unknown Soldier Tonib Armistice years after moved President and Roose velt to pay tribute to the soldier It prompted the first tooj to say word of the miseries of The leading thousands on the pilgrimage to the tomb of the Unknown carried a wreath in The first lady added a white chrysanthe In a radio speech last Roosevelt urged that youth be trained to amity and understanding for other Ruling Hits Moving to Dodge Labor Pacts NEW Employers who move to other ci ties to avoid collective bargaining agreements with their employes are held by the regional labor board to be violating the national recovery act This an nounced last night by Elenore SL director of the region al labor board for Nc New Jersey and was made in the cases of the GlobeGnbbc corporation and the ShusterGco both of FAMOUS CLOWX DIES GREAT Thomas one of tlie worlds most famous circus died BIG SHEPHERD DOG CALLS POLICEMAN WHEN PAL IS HURT Is a big shepherd a frivolous was his They were playing In the street and Angus darted under the wheels of a speeding He howled In Karl turned seized Angus by the neck with his big jaws am dragged him to a pile of leaves at the The big shepherd ran to where Policeman Charles Janner was walking his Barking and tugging at the policemans trous Karl brought him to the dying Janner knew that Angus was He shot the airedale and held Karl while neighbors took the body Today Karl waited near the pile of leaves for his Price Fixing Auto Code Held Unconstitutional OKLAHOMA provisions of the NRA Retail Automobile Dealers code were held unconstitutional to day by Federal Judge KINGFISH EYES PRESIDENCY AS HIS NEXT GOAL Orders Legislature to Fall in Line for Nation al BATON riding high In the political saddle of has his eyes on the White The dashing leader has sum moned chosen the to fall In line tonight for a campaign destined to apply to the state but Influence the na Having swept aside all oppo sition in Long Is march ing on broader The lawmakers have been called into special session to turn Louis iana into a Utopia for the aver age the senator will sway armies of Debt Holiday chief among his measures will be a moratorium of He feels that debt is the problem of every average American and any ease ment in that direction would make a host of Long But Louisiana would be only a laboratory for national experi ments as Long Is He feels that he is of presidential cali ber and that a call will come from the average citizens for him to be their national He has demonstrated influ ence In Arkansas and where he has supported successful candidates and he boasts that he could be elected governor of any state in the If he can carry influence in two neighboring he feels he can carry In fluence in all 48 He Is ready for the test when he thinks his mo ment has He believes that the come soon when peo plewill tire of the Rooseveltian hew The klngflsh plans to make possible a twoyear debt morator ium for survivors the depres The idea fits In with his sharethewealth In What about the student loans at a head Long was asked in connection with the money which he advanced to hundreds of Louis iana state university students so they could attend football Long chuckled as he replied Im glad you brought that Were going to fix It so the mora torium wont apply to debts under At the Huey Long Is the government of He dominates every department of the state and has demonstrated that in an election he is His legislature will pass any law he Undue Use of Alcohol Condemned by Undue use of alcohol and drugs in medical treatment was condemned today by the Womens Christian Temperance Meeting in the first national con vention since the organizations 60 years of temperance work was thrown aside for prohibition delegates turned to consideration of the illicit drug traffic and the hazards of selfprescription of Football Player Hurt He May Lose 1 Eye Physicians here today sought to save the sight of William Janesville high school football a was struck in the left eye by the ball Saturday during the game here with Beloit high school when he was blocking a place kick for the extra point after The eyeball was Racine News at a Glance Relief projects up to county boards Racine supervisors meet Legion observes Armistice Wisconsins oldest printer to be buried Thieves on weekend rampage One hurt in auto Page Survivor of Vienna revolt to talk Extend Sixth street Is Insurance plan op real estate city news in Page Radio Washington Park Horlick high 0 Saints share league title Kenosha sure of title tie Seft Coals Sports Hundreds attend day service at Lukes Cin derella to be given for child ren Saturday Grace Baptists to present play party for new members on sched ule Royal Arch Masons honor past chiefs Troupers ready for first fall Wisconsins Oldest Printer to Be Buried Here Tuesday A Henry Wisconsins oldest to be laid away following services in Marys church at 9 V As a youth of Bonn was working In the Journal then located on the second floor of what was the tanglois paint on tlie east side of Main between Foutli and Fifth when the news of the assassination of President Lincoln was An extra edition was Xo news lxys were available so Bonn raised of the windows and threw out copies to the people who were congregated In front of the World Joins in Observance of Armistice Day Rites By The Associated Sixteen years after a warweary world laid down its arms found nations engaged in contrasting observances of Armistice v In the United today was the legal holiday and the ob servance was continued from while European nations ob served the day officially In Washington the president and Roosevelt paid tribute to the soldier In the streets which echoed with the cries of peace on the first Armistice were the scens of disorders resulting from increased rivalry of fac tions after the fall of Doumergue In the the Prince of Wales and the Duke of York joined in a service for the war In Melbourne persons joined the Duke of Gloucester in dedicating a new shrine of re Veteran Given Bravery Award 2068 Deane boule was signally honored at the noonday luncheon of the Racine Lions club today he was decorated with the Order of the Purple Hear for Reiher bravery during the World Presentation of the which came as a surprise to was made by William Holz who rep resented the government at the who manager of the Racine Penny is member of the American presenta is the Legion Veterans of Foreign and Belle City chapter Disabled American Veterans of the World The copy of the order from the war department at follows The Quartermaster General The secretary of war di rects that a Purple en graved with the name of the re be issued to Leon the World war and was wounded in action on while serving asa second Company 147th in Holzapfel gave a brief his tory of the government recognl wjtjj tion of war veterans and told of the various awards that are Commander Fritz of the Racine Legion also spoke on todays program and Lion Law rence Smith was in charge of the Reiher is a member Wl LEGION RECALLS WAR SACRIFICES Services Conducted on Lake Shore Army Mess Exservice their friends and many other citizens gathered at the lake front near the Elks club this morning for the official ob servance of Armistice There was a halfhour concert by the Catherines after which Fritz commander of the Racine American Legion gave a short address describing the first Armistice The services closed fired by a Legion leadership of Fred with a volley squad under Army Mess Commander Heinisch In his talk asked all to remember the sacri fices made by those who were killed In service or were sosevere ly wounded that their life Is worse than Service to he said Is one of the principal aims of the American Tonight at an army mess is to be given at Memorial All exservice men of the county are Large delegations will be present from Water ford and Union Talks will be given by Paul com mander of the Illinois department of the American and by Robert commander of the Wisconsin Both will be Introduced by Lawrence vice commander of the Wisconsin Womans Home Burns Friends Rebuild It LA neighborliness of Clarissa lives on French island In the Mississippi bottom lands near had re bounded happily A month while she was trudging from her home to a dwelling caught fire and burned be issued to Lieut Leon r aU her who served with honor who nad found her Neighbors who had found her kind in their troubles began a plan to aid Scores of LaCrosse firms and individuals joined the movement and yesterday she moved into a new cottage constructed on site of the old and equipped furnlture and FOUR FLIERS KILLED Four French military filers were killed and one Injured today when their seaplane crashed in flames on the coast near CUT IN WERA PROGRAM PUTS A BIG PROBLEM BEFORE SUPERVISORS City Asks for Coopera tion in Relief Approval of a more constructive work relief to be financed by state and local govern will depend upon action taken at the fall of the county board of sche duled to open on This developed when a conference was held In Mayor Swobodas office on Sunday between city and county re lief Purpose of the conference was to have the county send a representa tive with the city delegation which left for at Members of the dele gation reported they had been ad vised informally that the federal relief administration will assist in any constructive program which the city and county may County representatives at the con ference said they could not take this action until authorized by the Want Constructive The program on which the city is now working Is primarily a PWA project but the city is an xious to launch a constructive WERA program which can only be done with the aid of the A part of the bond issue authorized by the referendum of last Tuesday will be used to cover the citys share of any work relief program which may be launched by the county City representatives at the con ferenco said they are anxious to have work of a permanent which will employ practically all the men now getting county started before They are certain that this can be done with the cooperation of the county Then with the big PWA program under and perhaps the sewage treatment project clear ed of legal entanglements instituted by William the unemploy ment problem here will be greatly relieved If not entirely wiped The city delegation was Instructed to get all available Information on the FBRA while in Many Attend The conference at the mayors office opened at 2 oclock and con tinued to Present were Mayor Swoboda county relief director chairman of the council finance committee Aldermen and and Atty re presenting the and County Chairman Joseph of Caledonia William of Torkvllle Glenn of Roches ter John of Burlington Fancher and John of this Off to The city delegation left this morning for Washington where it is scheduled to attend a PWA board meeting next Wednesday at which time the fate of the large PWA program will be Efforts are being made to have the federal government give the city of and a loan of to be placed with be rais ed through a general obligation bond all to be used in financ ing a local works Sessions of the county board will likely continue for about two Reports will be received from var ious departments and Elections to be held Include mem bers of the county highway com physicians for the a purchasing trustees for sev eral of the institutions and district The budget for the en suing year will be In past years the board has spent several days visiting county insti 71 County Boards to Tackle Issue at No vember Recent reduction of federal work relief is one of most critical problems to be considered tomor row at the annual meeting of Wis consins 71 county The WERA administration has notified all county boards the face of an Increasing relief load which reached the high point thus far of including in it is necessary to spread federal funds more In many coun ties this will mean returning many needy persons to direct slnco that is cheaper than a work relief The federal allotment for No vember was nearly largest FERA payment Wisconsin has received to but the was so much larger that it was thought wisest to curtail the Counties Must Give Counties which already curtailed their work relief pro gram Included and state relief estimated that of the employed on Wisconsin relief pro jects will have to be laid off unless counties wish to contribute more to keep them thefederal relief ad faced with the diffi culty of finding sufficient has ordered the state to contribute more Harry federal relief criti cized Wisconsin as a state which has failed to cooperate as as it The state contributed or per cent of relief costs to taling during the first eight months of Briggs dis Localities contributed or per while the federal government gave or per The WERA message to boards asked theru to include spe cific amounts in 1935 budgets their contribution toward a joint state and local fund for re The amount requested for all counties in the state totaled How It Is A partial list of what counties have been asked to contributefor November and the maximum amounts available to them from the federal with the federal sum listed and the county contribution sec 510 Fond du Keno Menasha no no 380 Shawano county Indians no Sheboygan RFC to Study Needs of Railway Systems Reconstruction Finance corpora tion experts will undertake a com prehensive study of whose expenses are greater than their RFC Chairman Jessie Jones said Jones statement followed disclosure that 10 railroads were In default on terest charges on ia RFC loans or approximately one eighth of the total amount which the RFC has lent to all Federal Relief Administrator for Wisconsin Quits His Post The resignation of William Coffoy as federal relief administrator for Wisconsin was disclosed when Cof fey and his Alfred Briggs of conferred today with Howard regional head of the federal who Is superintendent of Milwaukee county said that he had requested to be relieved of his relief administration for sev eral months and that his resigna tion wu accepted last as executive director ot the state relief had been associated with CofTey in tha relief work since the lattera polntment last FebruaryHe be comes acting Coffey and Briggs appealed ta Hunter today for additional funds to meet the Wisconsin requirements Money on they told was Hunter agreed to see what be done to obtain the needed caaij
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