Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 21, 1936 · Page 68
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 68

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, December 21, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21 • 1936 Story of Suicide by Moran Was Mistake FAYETTE, (ff>)— It was erroneously reported last Thursday that Clem Moran, 50, farmer living near Wadena, ended his Lfe by hanging because he was despondent ovrr financial troubles and ill health. Ray W. Clyde Dies at Home in Ames AMES, (JP)— Ray W. Clyde, 56. superintendent of the motor division of the Iowa Highway commission, died at his home here from pneumonia. He had been a member of the highway commission since 1915. Governor's Message to Iowa's Special Session VICTOR RECORD PLAYER DES MOINES, (ff) —Following j general assembly prior to January is the text 'Of Gov. Clyde L. Herring's message delivered Monday to a joint assembly of the Iowa legislature in session for the enactment of unemployment compensation legislature: •'Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, Members of the Forty-Sixth, era! assembly and fellow citizens: "The constitution .of the state-of Iowa, Section 11 (11) of article 4 (4). prescribing the powers and governor, provides till «<-ic« on'/ Listen to your favorite radio programs— sports, drama, music — then snap a switch and hear artists and music YOU select any timeyou want. How? With the new RCA Victor Record Player which attaches to ony radio and transforms it into a phonograph- combination. The> Record Player. is low in prica, easy to install, ond moy be operated fay remote control to avoid getting up and changing records. Sold in a compact, attractive walnut-finished chest measuring only ll"x 8"x 5". Com* in and hear itl duties of the as follows: " 'Convening general assembly. Sec. 11. He may, on extraordinary occasions, convene the general assembly by proclamation, and shall state to both houses, when assembled, the purpose for which they shall have been convened.' Acts by Authority. "Pursuant to authority conferred upon me thereby, and because it appears advisable and necessary that certain matters'of an emergency nature be "immedi-' ately considered, you have been' convened in extraordinary session. "The congress of the United States of America passed an act approved June 6, 1933, entitled, 'An act to provide for the establishment of a national employ| ment system and for co-operalioin with the states in the promotion of such system, and for other purposes.' "It also passed an act, approved upon August 14. 1935, known as the 'Federal Social Security Act,' the latter measure having been enacted and approved subsequent first, 1937. For One Purpose. '•Therefore, this .session has been called for the purpose only of consideration and enactment of unemployment condensation legislation in compliance and-co-operation' with," the federal acts above Tnentiqhed: "While reluctant to subject the state to the-cost of an extra session just a few weefc> before the convening of a 'regular .session, I am impelled to take this action because of a possible loss to the citizens of Iowa of future benefits estimated at 53,000,000, being 90 per cent of the amount of contributions to the federal government by employers of this state during the year 1936. This estimated $3,000,000 will be unavailable to citizens of Iowa unless the legislature, before December thirty-first, passes co-ordinating legislation. "Recognizing the need for consideration of the rights and privileges, of the. people of'this state, and the -duties and responsibilities of the^state in connection with the social- security act passed by the congress, I, as governor, caused to be assembled at the capital on May:' 15, 1936 .some 500 .citizens from each and all of the counties of the state of Iowa, representative of all the varied interests of the state. After Full Debate. "This conference, after full and complete -debate, designated a' committee, of five, and directed this committee to designate a general committee-of 35 members for to adjournment of the last regular I the pu . rpose - O f completely survey- session of the Iowa general as- ing benefits and requirements of sembly. Under these acts definite benefits to the citizens of the state of Iowa are provided conditioned upon certain legislation by the We Suggest You Purchase the Diamond of RAY SENEY . Shopping list scare you? 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It has held public hearings, and has made a most intensive study of legislation adopted by other states, and by the federal government, relative to unemployment compensation. Representatives of the varied interests of the state have appeared before it, and it has had the benefit of • their views, facts and suggestions. Calls Bill Sound. "In justice to the citizens who have, without compensation, given intensive study and consideration to this proposed legislation, I feel I should say that the recommendations which will be made by the committee to this body embrace, in my opinion, more comprehensive and sound provisions than have been enacted into law in any other state. It should not be understood that the suggestions to be made to the legislature were hastily conceived or ill considered. They are based upon a most complete and far-reaching survey. "I fully recognize that the passage of this legislation is a matter for your determination. In its consideration I pledge you my ! full co-operation." A, LUIIIES AT DES MOINES Labor Mourns Passing of Pioneer Organizer in Iowa. DES MOINES, (&)— Iowa labor mourned the death of A. L. Urick, 74, member of the Iowa old age assistance commission and pioneer labor organizer. Mr. Uruck, who rode into Des Moines in an empty box car in 1880, died here Sunday of a throat infection. He was ill only six days. He was president of the Iowa State Federation of Labor from 1903 to 1913. He then was named state labor commissioner by the late Gov. George L. Clarke and served until ~1929. He was reappointed in 1931 by Gov. Dan Turner and continued in office until expiration of Governor Turner's turn in 1932. Mr, Urick was appointed to the old age assistance commission when it was formed in 1934. His term would have expired next spring. Funeral services will be held Tuesday. Christmas Tableau Is Presented at Belmond BELMOND —The school children presented a Christmas program for the community at the high school auditorium. The program was a tableau of, the nativity of Christ. Joseph was portrayed by Orval Thayer and Mary, the mother of Christ, was interpreted by Esther Swenson. Peggy Greenlander represented the angel, who told the "tidings of great joy." Children from grades 1 .to 6 took part as wise men, and shepherds. Mr. Gulette, high school English teacher, jead the story. The mixed chorus, under the direction of Harry Keller, sang carols. Mrs. Keller accompanied. Visitors From Willlston. DOUGHERTY—Mr. ' and Mrs. George Jacobs of Williston, N. Dak., came-Monday to spend the holidays at home. Mrs, Jacobs was Miss Opal Henniger before her marriage Nov. 4. Daughter Is Born. 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