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Creston News Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 23, 1938, Creston, Iowa Complete Rural service by mail daily carried service in 22 town a Southwest Iowa a greatest daily 59th 100. Six pages Creston Iowa saturday july 23, 1938. Published every evening except sunday. Three cents current comment by f. C. T. The third term. The statement by Harry Hopkins that ninety percent of the voters on Public Relief work were for Roosevelt has been accepted in Many quarters As an announcement that the president will seek a third term. Even the democratic chairman of the Senate Campaign committee said they would make a study of the Hopkins remark. More importance is being Given the incident than it deserves for it is not an announcement 01 or. Roosevelt a candidacy but is simply a trial balloon to discover the direction of the political wind. There have been several others and there will but still More. That carefully planned and widely announced demand by a group of Colorado workers was another the interview a snort time ago with or. Roosevelt on the third term subject was another and there Are at least a half dozen More reduction in labor. The Federal Jabor department yesterday made the follow info announcement a a from the monthly Survey of employment it is estimated that 140.000 wage earners in manufacturing industries were Laid off Between May 15 and june 15. And there was a reduction 111 factory payrolls of $4,500,000 per week during that 30-aay period a. That Tipiere was a reduction of that Many thousand workers is True enough indeed the number is probably greater than stated but the report gives a wrong idea Lor All that because More than half that 140,000 were not a Laid off a at a but Are out. On strike and that is not the fault of general economic conditions the Perkins report gives the impress on that Industrial Are worse than they actually Are. An artificial reduction. It is a Little strange that a department would Issue a statement which is so misleading because it rather reflects Union the administration indicates a widening depression greater than exists and tails to not Quot that a major portion of the labor loss is entirely artificial. report will at once be seized As another Roosevelt failure but the number that went out on strikes ran Only be charged by the roundabout condemnation of the Wagner Law the Lewis influence and the labor relations Board. The latter by the Way. Has just been dumped on its ear by a Federal court True enough these things have had and m Nistra Jlon support and have tended to promote spruces and senator Lar Odette is supplied with funds to continue his trouble Max ing investigations out for All that the great loss of jobs and the great reduction in payrolls does not reflect the True Industrial situation. Actual conditions Are not As bad As indicated. Trust busting starts. The first big blast in the monopoly War was announced by attorney general Cumings a few Days ago. And is directed against the motion picture Industry. This comes As a Surprise because1 there has been a Long a build up against the american Telephone Ana Telegraph company and the various moves made by those in charge indicated that it would by first to meet the administration onslaught. For a Long time must of nearly three years this Industry has been under investigation a million and a half j dollars was appropriated for the i purpose and at All times that has been so one Side and biased As to amount to persecution. T he company has never been Given a Chance to be heard and every circumstance connected with the investigation indicated the new Deal was out to get that concern if it was possible. Why Cummings is holding his fire is Nard to understand. Unless it is that there Are hundreds of thousands of common citizens everywhere who hold the a t amp t. Stock. The fact that the commission was unable to uncover a single wrongful act would make no difference but the coming election might. No circus Parade. The abandonment of the old time circus Parade Nas robbed circus Day of much of its attractiveness. It is rather too bad that the Little kids of today Are never to get the kick out of the Parade which their parents knew and As for the business men its passing is a real loss. The midday Parade used to fill the business streets with people every one turned out to see it. And incidentally it meant a Little business in. E stores. Now the stay can come and go and there is practically nothing in the business District to indicate a show is in the Community. The cites and towns Are largely responsible for the death of the Parade. They stuck on such an additional License fee for it that it became prohibitive. The Early excuse was that the heavy wagons and the elephants endangered the Bridges and culverts. That is when unions Aims would Knock out patronage civil service sought for Iowa a Public offices. Frank Vorhies Shannon City Man recalls expedition to alaskan cold Fields in 1898 by John i. Zug. Des Moines. July 23 Iowa daily press Assn a the Union of state and local government employees will place before the next legislature a Bill which politicians and observers have generally agreed could a Knock the props out from under political patronage in Iowa announcement of plans for a state civil service Bill was made today by Elmer j. Giblin president of local no. 23 of the american be demotion of state county and municipal employees which is the Iowa unit of the a. F. L. Union already claiming membership of More than 2,000 three groups have already been working on drafts of the Bill the Union employees of the state Highway commission which is most heavily organized of the state University of Iowa where the assistance of one of the professors was obtained and of Ali. State employment service in which Giblin is employed As assistant manager of the Des Moines of fice. Agree on fundamentals. Comparing notes in a meeting Here sunday the Union leaders Are said to agree to fundamental aspects of the Bill which has also been presented in at least two other states Washington and Minnesota. It probably will propose a state department of civil service headed by a Board of three members serving six year terms who would employ a salaried director and other officers and employees. This Board would direct the giving of civil service examinations for virtually All government employees in Iowa other than Federal and openings would be filled with the highest ranking persons with the exception that veterans preference principles now a part of Iowa Law would be incorporated. To prevent dismissals. That the Union is cognizant also of its relation to present political plums was evident As Giblin explained one of the major purposes is to prevent dismissal of efficient employees upon a change of Jar Lotical administration. That Union s argument also is that civil service properly enacted by the legislature would bring out More efficient government employees. And that government jobs would be open on it it qual basis for All Iowa citizens regardless of their political affiliations and connections. Wosz King on preparation of the Bill from the employment service whose 200 employees Are organized except for two. Live been Giblin Ben Robinson supervisor of the Iowa state employment service James a Reese. Des Moines manager. And flood Parker. They have been in cooperation with a. A. Couch president of Texe Iowa state federation of labor and William Frazier of the National labor Headquarters. Favourable reception. Union leaders say they have already contacted some of Iowa s politicians including members of the continued on Page 2. Cheese Man finds site for his Plant Japan forces open assault on key Point will a news advertiser engraving shown above is the group As they liw ked 40 years ago in Seattle. Wash., Belo e pushing on to Alaska for the Gold Fields. From left to right top Rcw will Bittinger Creston. Pc Kolash Spaulding John Smith. Crib ten Ray Oklahoma Fred , Reston and or. White Oklahoma Bottom Row. Henry Llaves. Shannon City a dad Quot Marquet. Greenfield. Harry , Creston Dan Boyer Lovilla i. A Marquet Oklahoma and Frank Vorhies of Shannon Oitt. Begin operations in Creston about september 1. W d Kling. Wisconsin cheese manufacturer today completed arrangements to lease the rear of the White Way Dairy building. 411 West Adams Street for the location of his cheese Plant in Creston. Or and mrs Kling. Who have been Here for several Days looking Over the possibilities of moving to Creston. Returned to Meir Home this afternoon to wind up business matters there. They will return shortly with equipment which they will need Here Kling said he will have his equipment and machinery in place and be read to begin operations Here by sept. 1. A suitable Supply of milk firs consideration in Klings plans to move Here was readily located he told the news advertiser. The majority of tanners whose outlet for their milk Supply was Cut off when the Creston farm products Plant burned several months ago will Lur Nish nearly 10.000 pounds of milk daily he said. When iils volume to justify it pro Shanghai Juanese naval and a Long awaited a Kiu Kiang key poit Ward Hankow. A japanese Dis landings were Efi Points on the Yan the invaders wit Kiu Kiang 135 Tze from the capital be devel utes t the Lake. Back to work m e n demand employment attorney sends request to governor for Plant opening. M thes few i Crossin Poyant Kiang Bombai gained drive a Clit a ton july a uric la t o to lie had sent or Nelson g a Maytag w add see to it 23 i pts a. M a a attorney said a letter asking Kraschel to Ai usher factory to that those who protected in the state of martial e factory closed t Russia views clash Calm la. N Thieve Vith the pick ably Walter Vorhies. 77, one of the Mast prominent residents of Shannon City spend a Large portion of his time in his Hobby of Flower culture although he enjoys reminiscing interesting incidents of an adventurous past. One of his most interesting tales is the account of his trip along with ten others the majority of which were residents of the Creston area to Gold Fields of Alaska in 1898 the group we Iii. Included in addition to or. Vorhies. Henry Hayes of Sli Annon City will Bittinger John Smith Fred Mclain posses 11 uni a i h Omen in desert Grants n m. July 23 it pm passes began at Dawn today a search Lor three Kentucky women , missing since tuesday near the strange perpetual ice caves of the Western new Mexico deserts their automobile was noticed parked near the caves in the heart of the Indian country tuesday. When it was seen in the same place again yesterday an alarm was spread. The women were ident. Tied As miss Irene Piedalue. 45. Of Winchester. By. Her sister. Miss Laura Piedalue 47, a new York nurse and miss Marie Antionette de Lar Forest of Lexington an instructor of French at the University of Kentucky. The women left Albuquerque Early tuesday after spending the n Gilt at a hotel there. A All we know is that they Are missing. A Saiu governor Clyde tag Ley refusing to discuss theories. Court Bucks labor Board right to fire decision will be appealed. Chicago. July 23. Up. A Federal court ruling that an employer May discharge workers who seize property in sit Down strikes a pearled headed today for the u 8. Circuit court of apr deals it set aside a National labor relations Board order finding the fan i steel Meta surgical corporation guilty i of unfair labor practices and di-1 renting the reinstatement of 92 men discharged feb. 17, 1937, when they occupied the company s North Chi Cago Plant. Belief was expressed in informed Washington quarters that the Board would Appeal. Charles Fahy general Consul for the Norb. Commented a the reasoning of the Board was corrects that of the majority of the court was incorrect a red Cross Fieldman Rex Dory attend class in first Aid instruction Creston persons leave to attend rites in Lincoln contempt Case is continued Rolla c Blakely. Creston Mechanic. Was hailed into District court this morning on a citation for contempt of court charge but due to the absence of the court reporter the Case was continued by judge George a. Johnston until next saturday july 30, at 9 a. M. The Mechanic was charged with contempt of court by Mary e. Blakely his former wife who alleged that the defendant has failed to pay her $20 a month Alimony since their divorce decree was granted in june. At that time mrs Blakely was awarded the custody of two children and the court ordered the defendant to pay her $20 per month As Alimony. The decree was granted on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. Judge Johnston told the plaintiffs attorney Thomas e. Mullin that the defendant was facing a serious charge and a Complete record would be necessary when the Case was heard. Due to the Abs Nee of his reporter. T. M. Thompson who is attending the state Republican judicial convention today it would be necessary to continue the Case. They were made of Plank and half the time dangerously decayed. That is All in the past and heavier trucks than any circus Ever had pass Over the streets each hour. We Are for the revival of the circus Parade. A news advertiser photo Frank v or Hies and Harry Roberts of Creston. Joe Kolash of Spaulding a dad Quot Marquet of Greenfield Dan Boyer of Lovilla. D. W. Marquet and a or. White of Oklahoma. The party left Creston feb. 18, 1898 and were accompanied As far As Omaha by the mayor of Creston and tiv ticket agent who bid them goodbye there. According to or. Doilies Story the party stopped in Denver on the train through the Western states then on to Pike Jaak where they stopped for five hours. The Columbia River was crossed on a ferry boat and they changed cars at Tacoma reaching Seattle Wash. On tuesday feb. 22, boat Ujj rip delayed. Here they purchased tickets and discovered it would be March 7 be flip they could get a boat out. And plans were made to go on the Steamer the Day after reaching Seattle they saw two Ether Creston men. Dave Judd and prank harsh leaving on the Steamer a Seattle Quot for Copper River Alaska. The next Day they purchased outfits. Which consisted of heavy blankets. Boats Winter clothing three tents one of which was Large six sleds each six feet Long and 500 feet of rope and some pulleys. Joined by rav. Or and mrs. Truman Shaw and a i my is. Ethel Gault of Creston left to Day for Lincoln Nebr. To attend the Harold Baker Field representative funeral services tor mrs Earl Tren Fon the red Cross Headquarters at Holm 35. Of Lincoln who died st Louis. Mo., and Rex Dory life1 guard at Mckinley Beach attended the third meeting of the first Aid i class being conducted by p h Hannan which was held at the fire station last night. Baker who is making a two Day i inspection tour of the red Cross departments in Union county talked to the class taking the 20-hour first Aid course and urged that a course for first. Aid instructors be organized later on. He was at the Bach yesterday afternoon and this morn ing supervising instruction to life saving teachers. He will conclude his visit in Creston this afternoon. In Seaside. Ore., wednesday evening. Mus Trenholm had been in the Hospital there since june when she was injured in an Auto Accident while on a vacation trip. Up enough when he reaches 6.000 or 7.000 pounds of milk daily Kling said he would employ a Helper. To avoid the expense of moving a boiler to Creston and firing it Kling has made arrangements for the Troy laundry located across division Street to furnish his steam Supply. Pipes will be placed under the Street. Mercury on upward climb As mid summer weather grips stale guided by a Bright warm Sun t my erasures started upward to Ward a heat wave Quot Marks today with the Mercury clocked at 88 at noon. It was slated to push into the nineties this afternoon and warmer readings were in store for Toni. It and sunday. The we at her Bureau forecast j probable thundershowers in the North and slightly warmer in the i Southeast sunday. Typical Midsummer weather continued through j out Iowa today. Only two stations Davenport and i Decorah reported rainfall in he past 24 hours. Decorah had 57 of a Inch and Davenport. .13. Atlantic reported yesterdays j High 90. And also last nights Low. I 51. Young democrats of county to apply for charter drive started the newly organized Young democrats of Union county met at the court House last night and voted to Send to state Headquarters for a charter. The names of 25 members will be on the charter. A committee of 20 was also appointed to launch a membership drive in the county. This group includes two persons from each Ward her t Sun the As Reg Lan in texans cast a it i i mount Ain music feature in Campaign. Guard strengthened Newton july >3. Apr the Iowa National guard doubled its military patrols on Newton s streets and placed machine guns at the Corn is of the closed Maytag washing machine Plant today ranging excitement among the residents. Major Ilia d Gaines declared however that the guard has a simple altered its plans Quot somewhat after surveying the situation during the last three Days and is a not anticipating Quot any move to Rush the Plant. Judge advocate Frank Hallagan said his military tribunal would p t Bably met View 1 h witnesses before completing the investigation of treet lighting at the Plant wednesday morning. Occupying a position a copy of the letter Retior said. In effect actually Denys who want to work their us to the Austin tex., july million citizens stepped ing Booths today Lor in the most a Predi Texas jail tical histor of Mountain music a new personality Daniel converted the c to a travelling circus. T1 flour broker campaigned sound truck with a blaring band and a Promise of $3 pensions for the aged they Are millionaires or ii Chi it Genera 23 a into ballot a show Down Able Issue in the Potency w. Lee Campaign o it. Worth pc it in w d Ether an Law t Ion miss it Urra tii Low Utility Wichita flt com Tom c wised wednesday. The factory was closed again last 1 wednesday by martial Law after a operating with a reduced Force for two Days. A i o. Strike has been m effect since May 9 when the company posted notice of a 10-per cent Cut the governor issued orders to the National guard to keep the Plant closed during Marial Law. Miller said the governor promised to a a protect the rights of the Back to work group which had sought to resume production at the Plant despite the strike. 786 men in group. The letter said a state arbitration Board har found 611 members of of work group were pm the company when the d. Besides 175 other men a cd May 9 but who had some time since february Back it d at Oil m 1. A wer to m 206.000 o Dan j known to politics a but a household j word to Rural radio list is who of a decade had heard his inform chats on a commercial flour pro Gram. To his remarks that h might run for governor a Ragains i professional politicians a came a re spouse of 55,000 letters from i radio listeners. He said he took i advice and announced for office. Emp eds a May i Call your attention to the it that the arbitration Board very or. A a a stated in its findings of. That regardless of whether their vision was accepted by the com ii v or the Union the right of these yes to work must be protect the letter stated. To in Creston Northwest am county and portion. The Organ its chanter la Dor that a r sent to the t o from to Southeast to from action hoj Ore Wedi presen Tat in South Par the of the Central a Rece to in it May Bluegrass seed cleaning operations started supreme Coart Bill opponent will enter Colorado race unopposed Colorado Springs. July 23 apr designated by the Colorado democratic Assembly u. S senator Alva b Adams opponent of president Roosevelt s supreme court and reorganization Bills will enter the september primary election unopposed for renomination. In a heated contest fought on th1 issues of administration support. Adams gained the designation Over supreme court Justice Benjamin c f. R. Working while sailing aboard u s s Houston in equatorial Pacific july 23. Pm president Roosevelt found ample time today to continue his study of government documents and memoranda As the Houston carried him toward Rew fishing and sight seeing spots in the storied Gal Pogas is i lands. The chief executive reserved for at Seattle they were joined by an this part of his vacation cruise consideration of various stat matters in his quiet study aboard ship. Ship s officers were confident they we Ould have or. Roosevelt at the Gal Pogas sunday afternoon for a weeks stay in the fanciful archipelago lying along the Equator More they began to pack thir belongings than 500 Miles West of Ecuador and sailed March 18 with 80 Passen j the president and his party Gers on Board they sailed along planned visits to seven of the is Vancouver Island for two Days lands including Marchena. On landed fort a Short Stop at an Indian i which the gaunt bodies of two men vilage Elert Bay in the Canadian were found in 1934 furnishing one continued on Page 2. Iof the trophies a weirdest mysteries. Other Man. Or Ray from Oklahoma discovered hundreds of other men going to the Klondike country. To open roads in Alaska the govern it it shipped 537 Reindeer accompanied by 30 Laplander. By this time it was March 11. So Hill vote is id him a h of note Day receiving 1,286 re mustered 218. 84 a the total required to give place on the ballot in the y sept. 13. The weather Iowa forecast. A in South increase in cloudiness a the slightly warmer tonight exam Southeast becoming unset sunday probably thunk Wershow i North slightly warmer in East cooler in extreme North observations. Courtesy Isis tempera Tures i$m3t 24 Boura 4 p a. 88 4 a. A. 68 5 p a. 86 6 a a. 83 6 p. M 86 6 a. A. 68 7 p m. 82 i a. A. 74 8 p. M 78 8 a. M. 74 9 p a. 76 9 a. A. 78 10 p. A. 76 10 a. M. 82 11 p. M 74 11 a. A. 84 12 n in Dight 74 12 noon 88 1 a a. 70 1 p. A. 90 68 a a p. A. 94 3a. A. 68 wheels of the cleaning machines the raw Bluegrass is fed at the storms seed company were j Box m the lower portion of the Abov in timbered yesterday afternoon and operations were in full Force today cleaning Bluegrass seed. The Plant is capable of turning out 12.000 pounds of cleaned seed in an eleven hour Day using a Crew of six men into the that to a of 1 i and picture and comes out As cleaned seed in the right background the chaff and Stew is also sacked and sent to manufacturers of commercial livestock feed or storm s said today that he expects the Bluegrass waste a news a Tulve Bluegrass in t a lows Normal qual would no about a Normal vie Taser photo his area Svaty this Yea 60 per Cen cd average wind direction 2 p. Southwest. Barometer Reading 30,02 steady in. Today from 2 p. M. Today and the company has eight carloads see a to come in faster now that of Bluegrass on hand for a starter. I rations Inove started. He added j until ready tor Market. About 30 per cent chaff and Straw hot it is receiving shipments from numb a of states in the Midwest with tie Minnesota seed running near Normal. The cleaned seed Wil be stored in the company s building weather Outlook. Chicago. July 23. Up a weekly weather Outlook for the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and Northern and Central great Plains moderate temperatures in Genera not much precipitation indicated

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