Adelaide Mail in Adelaide, South-Australia
12 Aug 1933

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12 Aug 1933

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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - August 12, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia bigger incomes for United states families Nira s results praised by business review but recovery plan has Many growing pains planes for propaganda mail special representative Washington saturday. Families in All parts of the United states Are in pos session of increased incomes and stronger buying Power is certain to develop under the unrelenting stimulus of Vigi Lant government measures says Dun and bradstreets a noted business review paying tribute to Nira Nira National Industrial recovery act is not reviving Prosperity without growing pains evidenced by the complications and confusion which Are providing daily prob lems for Gen. Hugh Johnson administrator of the act. Forty Blue Eagle planes the Blue Eagle is the badge of Nira took the air today to visit a dozen Large cities with 10 tons of Nira posters and literature. Gen. Johnson warns business firms that economic death awaits those who do not Fly the Blue Eagle Ensign. Blanket code signed in new York City alone employers live Eifried the Blanket code establishing higher wages and Shorter hours in All industries pending the Fram ing of individual codes. The object of the codes i to increase the purchasing Power and thus j stimulate business and to absorb the us employed in Industry. I the Haze which Hiiop Over general j Trade activities a week ago because of the confusion arising from the interpret i tation of new codes and a seasonal Lull in scattered industries apparently has cleared says Dun and bradstreets widespread enrolment under the Blue Eagle agreements has removed most of j the hesitation and the resultant higher wages have dispelled Al doubt of the benefits to accrue from the adoption of temporary or permanent codes. Points for anxiety j much anxiety recently occurred because it appeared that in textiles and one other industries every warehouse in the country would be overtaxed with Neil goods fore the increased purchasing Power tvs Ducj itself Felt. Cotton Mill executives found Large distributors of finished goods stocked to the Hilt and even today Mills running under the code Are for most part not sunni nor on present orders but in the Hope of future Ordens. An additional element of uneasiness w the heavy processing tax to meet the government s 120 million dollars 3i Mil Iio pounds payment to Cotton Farmers for destroying part of the 1933 crop. Tjimis tax amounts to 21 dollars �1 4/7 a Bale costing 50 dollars �10. From ail Over the country come Picas like this we Are trying to obey the president and the Law of the United states but nobody knows How it All work out Frank warning signs Are multiplying that before the end of August there will be Lively Battles staged to compel recalcitrant employers to come into line. Chain stores which violate the re employment agreement had better watch their step said Gen. Johnson in a newspaper conference yesterday. The removal of the Blue Eagle from any establishment will be equivalent to economic death the Coal code hearing is dragging a i y. Gen. Johnson is very impatient with the companies for trying to maintain their of called company unions within the code and attempting to avoid their affiliation with the american federation of miners. The government is not exactly compelling the. Complete unionisation of mines but is certainly moving in that direction. High official pressure is being exerted in various directions. President Roost Elt has announced that Al government con tractors must adopt Blue Eagle schedules or lose their contracts. The newspaper code satisfies neither the newspapers nor Gen. Johnson though numerous conferences have been held the proprietor of one new York paper of world wide renown feels greatly Ajr neved because the code appears to take away actual control from him of his own news paper. This paper had lost a million i dollars �200,000 in the first six months j of 1933, and under the codes of higher costs the proprietor cannot see the slight it Chance of recouping his losses. Too Many hogs or. John Cox a former professor of agriculture at Michigan College Lias been appointed to devise a fruitful use for 40 million acres of farm lands which the agricultural department is taking out of production of wheat Cotton Corn and tobacco. Or. Cox s Job is to transform the lands into Good pastures or Pine forests. To stabilise the Market for pork products the agricultural adjust ment administration has decided to remove four million Young pigs and one million Brood sows from the Biog population of the United states. The method will be the guaranteeing of special prices of six to nine cents 3.1. To 4jd. A la. For four million Young porkers of 25 la. To 100 la. Weight marketed Between now and Christmas. A Premium of four dollars 16/8 a head is also announced for the marketing of a million 6owe ready to Farrow. This will tremendously reduce the baby i population. A special processing Tux on packers will provide the Bonus to induce Farmers to keep Down the hour production. After the new year the marketing of hogs weighing More than 233 3b. Will be prohibited by the imposition of excess weight taxes. Propaganda War on Austria another attack by radio nazi offender i i r mail special representative Vienna. Saturday j in spite of the Hitler government s Promise to Stop Prokap sindhi against the austrian government still another provocative broadcast was made from Munich today. Herr Hoenig. A former correspondent in Vienna for a German nazi newspaper who was recently expelled from Austria Ivas the speaker. Even body Wito is definitely patriotic in Austria must be 3 Hitler supporter he declared. The real Austria is far divorced from be Dolf ifs governments policy. The i present political tension cannot last. It Wist and to an of los on unless t in nazis or a i de re Ciz to which Llic. a just Cla m. Tiie real Austria is t it desired by a Rijo Rity of the German i pie of Neutral fur Opp earlier broadcast on wednesday . A Ger Man nazi Deputy. Tivio bras also expelled ?. Ism Austria delivered a bitter broadcast j attack on Austria just after the Hitler government had promised Italy Britain. And France that it would do its Best to prevent such propaganda and also the dropping of inflammatory leaflets Over Austria from planes to was hoped in London that Habicht s pee Cli was made before Hitler had time1 to Resue instructions but this later attack by Hoe nip seem to show that the Hitler Jorr truent intends to tak0 no effective action. The nazis aim is to set up a nazi government in Austria or unite Austria with Germany Republic s liberties disappear ulrl1n. Saturday. Tile birthday of the German Ite Public a Onsiri tuition on 11. A i i. Hitherto celebrated by n ceremony in the Reich Stag was ignored yesterday which is rot Surpri in considering that Only a Skeleton remains. Many of the essential articles have been abrogated including the Light of Fri. Speech and five Assembly Protection against domiciliary visits the Sanctity of 1 i Sperty and the right of trial. Several recent incidents emphasise the extraordinary changes in Germany not a valve arrest yesterday of Wilhelm ? Yaenecke sex governor of Uslar District ind a soil in Lair of cd president Ebert. ? ? to has been sent to k concentration tamp Vita out a reason being Given. Will the arrest of Herr Jarnecki. All the male members of the Ebert fan Iii Art of in custody. Herr Loebe. Whose Viand As speaker of the Reich Stag president Hindenburg clasped when he took the oath As presi Dent to guard the Constitution and Laws of the Reich has been marched with 300 other political prisoners amid Public execration through the streets of Bres Lau to another concentration Camp. Prof Neubeck formerly a prominent broadcast ing official who was arrested yesterday Wae today found hanged in his cell. Give Hugh Joh sox the enthusiastic administrator of Roosevelt s recovery policy Nira. Penthus Roosevelt s spend your holidays on the River Murray Mumm fes so is reduced fares apply Murray shipping office., Bowman s bldgs., King William St., Central 149, or government tourist bureaus. Adelaide and Melbourne. 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Return mull or. Leclerc Clerc s Pileus Fop the Uva �klsjnoy6 Wajc Kidny by fund re sold by Seekford limited. New gland preparation for rejuvenation for Nourn. Is tiie 2re i res Ira Tiit a if ? Hon. I up Tea prriotc.-. M try via Len uts new site. Turf no. And Victor. 14/6 per Box a no War . This desc Zirba a so. 174 Oxfort. L Addington. Sydner. .vs.m. ? on v a Barracks sates. Send and. Addressed envelope for literature. Vii ii so wilful Muser Tofily Sigli. Aril or Trio senses is. Enjoying it. Try Inu Fli dept l. In Tiow Tho listener l self. Muslo won t kill a Nasty rold or you Troni co Ali secure. Enjoy poor ii Aioli 3u-1 music take Woods great Peppermint to. ? Wool Boycott talk by japanese ? mail special representative � Kokiv saturday. Some of the Morsi Breili wrent Japan be trader talk of boy j cot in australian Wool because of the Adverse Trade balance with the common wealth. Leading men in tiie japanese Woollen Industry will meet at count Uchida s Resi Dence on Friday next to discuss the prospects of a commercial treaty with aus to has been reported that Australia is reluctant to make Stich a treaty because of the Imperial bloc while she intends to increase her Tariff against Japan. Hopes have been Rair Ted in Japan of the possibility of obtaining Wool supplies from Argentine also of rating sheep in Mongolia which Al keep Australia Iii Check it is hinted that British Ini i rests Are a ing their influence against the Best interests of Australia. It i Foi Ojei tired Tiu it the Traci to sought to ii a insist that Australia balanced her with instead of Selling too much and buying to Little. I Leas Casson benefits by aunt s will mail special representative Londo Satui Day. His a it mrs. Lucy Cas on. Has Lef the residue of her estate. �46.500. After j minor bequests to Lewis Cason. The Hus band of the noted British actress. Dam Sybil Thorndike. I failing him the bequest will be held in j Trust for Dame Sybil for life and after that is to be divided among their Chil a Dren. Dame Sybil Thorndike visited austra Lia last Vear and appeared in several at the theatre Royal. Adelaide. The couple has two sons and two daughters next Jamboree will be at Melbourne mail special representative Budapest. Saturday. A bourse will be the scene o another Jamboree in 1935. The Bov scouts conference at Gin Dollo. Hunz Arv. Where a world wide father Init is Bein held has granted dermis Siton for the staging of a pan Pacific Jamboree. All countries round the Pacific Ocean will take a Art. Today the australian scouts joined in an excursion to Budapest. They were guests at a typical hungarian luncheon. They were impressed by the Beauty of Tjie City and delighted in a swim in the open air Pool on Margarct Island in the Danube. They completed the Dav with a Moonlight River trip. Tomorrow Momma a been Fet a i a for rest before Visitin Veszpremy. The weather is hot and dry. And rain to Lay the dust would be Welcome As Tito of thousands of visitors Are still flocking to the Camp. Footballer s death follows blow when sparring mail special representative Malta. Saturday. I he ear specialist of Chr by tit a Jodi Terrar an facet con to cited Wili a local exr try in the. Caso o Morris the australian Rugby foot Bailer is condition was hopeless. Tiie trouble 1k? in a in Arris bout on Board the Jervis Bay. Alien Morris received a hard blow on an ear. That ruptured the ear drum. This later became infected when he a. Bat Binz at Colombo. After that his condition became to daily in ref. And showed signs of meningitis i when Morris a landed at Malta an immediate Oner Tiou air eared to bring chef. But Menin irial i Fol , to which he succumbed. I London news Ideis sympathise with the Morris family. Morris an outstanding player. Was proceeding to England with the Kangaroo team. He was landed at Malta and died in Hospital there on thursday. The j other players continued the voyage to big Tain miss Wil Moi e and or Garf i l present their pin is on monday of mimic at lady Coil on of Ili i Piazik Fortu nov items Coni Crter works for a 9m Tii rec a orcs and Clio rim Ril coins to tiie program in. Discoverer of Saturn s spot was music Hall comedian mail special representative London till Hay the famous comedian who in Well known in the music Halls of great Britain where a a Grey wigged mortar boarded schoolmaster he k flouted twice nightly by boys,7 in now becoming even Beuer known As William Thompson Hay. tiie discoverer of the while spot on the planet Saturn. \ Hay s Hobby was unknown until Ameri can astronomers announced this week that hey had found the spot. Hay thereupon told the newspaper that lie had already informed the British astronomical Asso a citation of his discovery two Days pre Vii icily. Hav who lies at Norbury. A London i suburb has tiled wifi tiny Garden with two j telescopes one a Jiusto in in Rumeau. He is. a thirty and larger one. He i built his on bpm Matoi ii. \ \ dec Liing How he made the dijfovo.i\. Lay a i i i1 got Ivoin the Ali Afri and Elliou in i Wei ill look at the stars is j often ?. Beim Isif i am doing work for the. association. I t Nicil in Iii Iii. Wlinich is a a. I lit ie8tiiir, saw liar put run a with an .-?.-Nom or Frond and a St i l it -. .1 have Alua a been interest tin Stai / since j looked at an Sci Psi Tii Mujib smoked Glass. I am now writing a Bouk entitled 3iy friends the Jittie which will inh Duce the Man in the Street to my absorbing Pasoiu Alobou a i suppose that i Eop a will Only buy the Book be Cau a they think it is about George Roboy the pot on Saturn a already been observed in Adelaide and studied by the government observer or. Dodwel Fol lowing a report from the International Central Bureau for astronomical information. Copenhagen to the Melbourne Observatory it was observed Here for the first time on wednesday shortly after Midnight in occupies about one truth of the Pla net s diameter. The value to astronomical research of the discovery be that it enables Al curation to be made of the Speed of Saturn s rotation. Why two services \ in Tennis to Comro Versy Oil i trial Balv ? mail special representative London saturday. J should the second service in Tennis be abolished a controversy on this subject Lias Arisen following the publication of a letter in the times under the pen name of sex Genaria i it declares that it is a moan in less privilege when. A compared with the eighties improvements in balls,1 rackets and courts have quickened the game out of recognition. The Prospect iof the service playing a continually a growing part in the pame is claimed i to be uninviting. There is no reason dior allowing continual trial balls encouraging players to serve beyond their Powers. J other correspondents deny that the at j tack dominates Tennis and emphasise that not Keable services Are rare while j first services i11 first Claes Tennis Start ral lie. I i Pood Jil Ayri Objet to Ells. I in vines Cannon a l services which would i surprising they must learn to Deal with them As Lar Vood did with Australia s scoring machine or Jardine pith Larwood s methods. J another correspondent urges the abolition of the second service but would j allow net Cord services. Lord Winborne recalling that Ilia father Ivas among the players who drafted the rules of Lawn Tennis in 1873, is of the opinion that they inadvertently and unfortunately adopted the existing rules of Royal Tennis. He suggests that the server might be allowed one or two faults in each same perhaps As a bisque or that the privilege should be allowed on a certain stroke. Binny Austin also objects to trial Ballf he believes that one service is ? rather a Good idea As the service is j now dominating the game too much especially in Barrett opposes any alteration either in the size of the court or in the j service. C. P. Dixon save that he would like to see the server giving a Good Biff instead of dolling the Ball Over j As he would if the second service were abolished. Larcombe declares Don t i tinker with the rules otherwise the fast service which is the most spectacular shot in the game will probably Dis j appear Experiment that deserves trial opinion among a Deiaire players is i divided on the Tennis service suggestion j or. E. To Vve the Veteran state Captain believes the one Bali service would do a. Lot to improve the Standard of Tennis. It seems to me that the one Ball ser vice is an Experiment that Mig it Wel lie tried in Tennis Here. I am pure that it would take away that predominance of service that spoils so Many doubles games he said. L. A. Schwartz former Linton cup player is definitely against the single Ball service it Woald probably make the came too Short and players would la con tent just to drop the Ball into the ser vice area he said. It would either make the trainee go too quickly or slow them up because of Enow services. Most people miss on their first service at pre sent because they try to get one out of the Box with it French girl of twelve marries pails. Saturday. The Tirso Case in France for Many Vears of an authorised child marriage will result from a. Special presidential decree Civins permission to Henri j i Antiano. Asked 17. To Audrienne la Marie. 12, of can not Deloise. If hither is the question asked Rcv Strube in this cartoon in the drily express if i her the Trube in Rily John Gilbert Back in films again mail special representative los a elks. Gil a tort the talkie Star who recently an Noimi iced Iii retirement from tiie films Lias resumed h s Cinema career 3iid is i ayin ii in i Fri Garbo s Ato to Irodis ?. Tricy have Lippi ared to Reitier a .1 inur.v. Gilbort ii i . 0. Ano 1ms ?,.- Iii to i la Uiligi the St a inc eat l. On tin s. Ivc i he Irr iii2 Cli racier i i the by Parade the Meliv Wii cd 1 the a it Sli a id he Devi / and the important pictures fewer disobedient indians imprisoned Calcutta. Saturday. Official figures published at Simla show that the num Ber of persons in prison for civil disobedience activities at the end of june iras 0.915. This represents a reduction of to per cent., compared with the total at the end of june. 1932. On account of the expiry of sentences or because detention was no longer on. Side Rod necessary about half the political prisoners in the North West Frontier pro Vince iia of been released since the end of Tuni. ?

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