Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 8, 1934 · Page 22
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 8, 1934
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TWENTY-TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 8 1934 KRASGHEL GIVES 10 POINTS IN AID PLAN FOR FARMS Plan Calls for Withdrawal of Margin Lands From Production. AMES, Feb. . (M--Lieut. Gov. Nela G. Kraschel today presented his 10 point permanent program for rehabilitation of Iowa agriculture to an address before a Farm and Home week audience at Iowa State college. ' Kraschel's program called for withdrawal of marginal lands from production, development of Iowa's packing houses, encouragement of new industry and an extensive experiment-with cattle grazing on Iowa's .farms. . . . : ' Tlie lieutenant governor attacked direct buying of hogs, government leasing of extensive western state grazing tracts and tariffs allowing import of products competing with Towa agriculture. Tied in Nationally. "Prosperity for Iowa," he said, ."is not only- a normal selfish ambition for lowans, but it is'definitely tied up with national prosperity, "America Is Interested"In Iowa for three very definite reasons--first, as a dependable source of food supply; second, in. having this mammoth Investment of private funds properly protected;, third, In preserving the tremendous buying power of this state for American industry." Points Are Listed. . The lieutenant-governor's "10 points:" 1. Cattle. Iowa buys 750,000 feeding cattle each year to help consume our tremendous, corn--crop. Every one of these -cattle oan be profitably raised in Iowa, -By-seeding two million acres (approximately six average counties}- of- our least valuable land in blue grass this can be accomplished. 2. Horses and -mules. Replace the tractor with the horse. The former requires .cash' for fuel' while the horse and mule feeds on grain and hay of which .we. have a burden- rome surplus.. T.o. he. sure it requires more man power,, .but even that is desirable at a time, when many millions of our able-iodied men are out of e m p l o y m e n t . . . . . . . . . . Opposed to. Reclamation. · 3. Irrigation. Iowa should be definitely opposed . to any reclamation projects by Irrigation at federal expense. There Is no need for constructing irrigation projects to bring in unneeded land, when great states like Iowa are being asked to restrict its agricultural production. 4. Imports. Iowa's congressional influence should be directed toward obtaining an absolute embargo against whale oil, cocoanut and vegetable oils that compete with our lard and animal fats. 5. Hogs. No hog should be sold PARIS RIOTERS HALTED AT BRIDGE c THOMAS CLAIMS HIS JOB IS DONE Says Inflation Is on Way and Nation Is Headed Out of Its Difficulties. WASHINGTON, Feb. 8. /P)--The Senator who has called loudest and longest for inflation--Thomas of Oklahoma--is satisfied it Is on the way, and believes the nation is headed out of its economic difficulties. The silver haired democrat said today his job was done, that all the inflationary legislation necessary was on the statute books and that it was now up to President Roosevelt to see it through. At the same time, Thomas expressed the view that it may not )e necessary for the president to ake any further inflationary steps ban those already taken, that no urther expansion of the currency may be necessary. He said the inflationary movement was under way, that money ad been cheapened, that there had teen some increase in the currency dually in use, and that the movement might carry Itself from now n. "I don't favor uncontrolled infla- Severnl rioters were dloln and hundreds Tvounded as civil war raged throughout Paris. The greatest violence of Tuesday occurred in the Place do la Concorde, pictured here, when the mob attempted to crosa the bridge over the Seine to reach the chamber of deputies, shown in the background. (Central Press Photo). for processing outside the state of Iowa unless it be sold In an open competitive market. Would Promote Products. 6. Packing industries. Why not give our Iowa brands a prestige in every market'by proper promotion? It will mean higher prices for the farmer, additional jobs in the packing houses, an honest and profitable employment for capital and more taxable income for the state. 7. Dairying. Iowa cheese, quality unsurpassed, properly promoted as an industry opens opportunities for capital, labor and assures higher farm prices. New industries. Utilization of to develop agricultural scientific experiments new products from wastes promises a fruitful venture for capital and labor. Should Attract Industries. 9. Old industries. Hundreds of factories are leaving the large cities for locations where cheaper real estate, low taxes and better living condi- tions for the workers prevail. Iowa's offer is attractive. 10. Banking. Iowa must develop a banking system that provides ample credit for our particular type of business. Why not arrange Iowa's financing in such form that the savings of Iowa people can be used to finance our state, by developing a better understanding and co-operation-between borrower and lender? Furriers Group of Iowa and Nebraska Meets at Des Moines DES MOINES, Feb. 8. UP)--The Iowa-Nebraska Furriers' association was formed at a meeting here attended, by 50 furriers. August Wil- liges of Sioux City was elected president, A. B. Parmelee of Omaha, vice president; Charles T. Cownie of Des Moines, secretary, and Karl Rhomberg of Dubuque, treasurer. Lyle Talbot Saves Iowa Film Actress HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 8. (tPI--Lyle Talbot, picture star, was credited with saving the life of Margaret Lindsay, Dubuque, screen actress, when her fur coat ignited while he was playing opposite her in a picture. Talbot smothered the flames with a carpet. Miss Lindsay was not seriously burned. School Girl Killed When Car Tips Over HARLAN, Feb. 8. Kvamme, 16, Harlari --Bather high school girl, was killed when an automobile in which she was riding with Gaylord Cauley, 17, and Jack Jensen, 16, overturned on a highway six miles southeast of here. Cauley was driving. Coroner Herman Bocken said no Inquest would be held. "LIFE'S TOO INTERESTING to waste in arguing about what cigarette one ought to smoke. j*'There are many excellent brands. "What's best for you ... may not appeal to me. 'Try them all,' I say- 'And then let your oim taste decide.' "That's ho^ I started to smoke OLD GOLDS in the first place. And their honey-smoothness ·keeps me smoking them. ."If you're · satisfied. with your present, brand, be loyal to it. But i£ you'd like a change . . ; you could do a lot worse than try OLD GOLDS." No better tobacco grows than is used in OLD COLDS. And .they are PURE. (No artificial flavoring) ._ ^ . _ ,, _, . _, A M E R I C A S ^ ^, CIGARETTE Tune in on TED Fio-Ilno'B scnsationnl Hollywood Orchestra every 'Wednesday night-- Columbia Chain DIFFICULTY IN RAISING ISSUES Republican House Leaders Have One or Two Points of Attack. WASHINGTON, Feb. 8. UP)-House republicans have coueededly encountered some difficulty In raising issues for the coming congressional campaign, but leaders have decided on one or two points of attack. Minority party chieftains indicated today that unless new issues arise they plan to concentrate upon asserting a drift to the left by democrats, and attacking large expenditures and the speed with which some legislation has been consider- 1. Backed by Republicans. Most of the democratic measures thus far passed by the house have received the support of a majority of the republicans. It was disclosed today also that the republicans had agreed to support the democratic formulated $300,000,000 revenue bill to he laid before the house for passage next Tuesday. The decision was reached yes terday at a party conference callec by Representative Snell of Kew York, the republican leader. While some opposition was expressed to certain Item.? in the measure, Snei: said his party as a whole would support It. Watch Legislation. Snell is having different members to watch democratic legislation and the methods the democrats are using In getting it through the house As a party program the republicans are not attacking the legislative proposals as such but what they cal the "lack of consideration" important auch as the devaluation bll and the 5950,000,00 relief measure have received as they were rushec to passage. Regardless of the success of the Roosevelt program the same rcpub licans are confident they will recap ture between 40 and 60, seats in the November election. Work tioh," Thomas said. "But money must be cheapened for people to make profits and people must make money If the capitalistic system is to survive." NRA Plans to Clamp Down Upon Violators DES MOINES, Feb. 8. .¥--Har- ney L. Majewski, one of 12 planning and co-ordination committee members of the oil code administration, warned the convention of the Iowa Petroleum association that the NRA is going to clamp down on oil code violators. Coppoch Elected New Head of Corn, Grain Growers Association AMES, Feb. 8. UP)--Marion Coppoch of Ankeny was announced the newly elected president of the Iowa Corn and Small Grain Growers' association, in session at Iowa State college in connection with farm and home week. Other officers are Louis Quirin of Schaller, vice president; Joe L. Robinson of Ames, secretary; and Paul Taff of Ames, treasurer. Deafened Find Release In New Bone Conduction Hearing Method The deafened of this city are participating in a modern miracle at daily demonstrations of a new way to hear, at Smith Optical Co., 21 East State street. Excited groups discuss this newfound ability to hear each other's conversation. Some who have not heard true musical tones for years marvel at the absence of the usual distortion. Smiles wreath faces strained with the effort of trying to hear. Simple, comfortable and easy to use, the New, Amplified Bone Con- duction Acousticon, transmits sounds directly to the auditory nerves independent of the usual ear organs where most hearing difficulties occur. The receiver, worn just behind the ear, is noticeable only from the rear or side on a man and Is completely concealed on a woman. Complete Information on this remarkable instrument can be secured from Smith Optical Co., or by writing to Acousticon, 580 Fifth Ave., N. Y. C. on Bridge Near - Clarksville Startec CLARKSVILLE,.Feb. 8.--Waugh and Tackman started construction on a. 200 foot overflow bridge, across the Cedar'river, eight miles east of Clarksvllle. This' bridge' consists of five 40 foot 'spans, 20 feet wide. The substructure Is of creosotcd piling and lumber. The superstructure is of steel I beams and concrete floor. The concrete floor -will not be put on until warm weather. Except men used for supervisors, time keepers and foremen, Bremer county men will be employed. The bridge wlH cost about $9,000. Elected-to Board; ALTA VISTA, ' Feb. 8.--Stockholders of the Alta Vista Equity association held their annual meeting here Wednesday afternoon. Clem Recker, John Nosbisch, Ernest Schulz and Tony Merrick were again elected to the board of directors. Brings Good Trices. IOWA FALLS, Feb. 8. (JP)--Conditions resembling old times are found by farmers at auction sales In .this, vicinity, with stock selling at good prices after spirited bidding. 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