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December 8, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

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TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 8 193s 8 POINT DAIRY PLAN PROPOSEOl Milk Federation in Favor of | Excluding AH Foreign COUPLES REHEARSING FOR CAKE-WALK Products. By RUBY A. BTUACK Globe-Gazette Washington Bureau WASHINGTON--As the supreme · court of the United States takes under consideration the constitutionality of fixing minimum prices for dairy products, the Agricultural Adjustment administration takes up the 8 point plan for dairy products submitted by the National Co-Operative Milk Producers federation. The case before the supreme court involves the right of a Rochester, N Y., cash-and-carry milk dealer to give away a. loaf oE bread with two quarts of milk for a total price or 18 cents when, under the state milk control law, the price for milk had been set at 9 cents a quart. The question of making- milk a public utility and regulating its production and distribution is Involved. The federal department of agriculture has considered making milk a pub- Jlo' utility and the A. A. A. marketing agreements all fix minimum prices. Exclude All Import*. Mason City Contestants Practicing Their Steps tor Big Event RESETTLING OF U.S, IS PLANNED Exclude All Imports. . , ...... ' T h e milk federation proposes the l^ no ther Step Ul Fulillling total exclusion of foreign dairy pro- j n , ^ c _ _ ducts, a drastic limitation on the importation of competitive animal, -vegetable and fish oils and fats and the raw materials from which they Roosevelt Dream Seen in Corporation. U1U 1L\V J110-l.\ji. *u*u «... *r - - -are made, and a limit on the total output of oleomargarine during the depression. . The federation's plan also insists that the government prevent the planting of crops usable as dairy feeds on lands withdrawn from the production of other crops. The classification of land for the purposes of removal of marginal and submarglnal land from cultivation and restoring of n this uneconomic land to the public domain Is particularly urged by the federation. Curtain Production. The 8 point program includes the following proposals: Curtailment of domestic production to the requirements of the domestic market. Elimination of tubercular and other diseased dairy cows "in the interests of public health and of the ·welfare of the entire dairy industry." A long time policy towards herd improvement and more economical feeding. A requirement that the acreages on corn, wheat or other commodities to which benefits are being paid to secure reductions be planted only to erosion preventing or soil improvement crops. Land Classification. Iiand classification and removal of. supmarginal and marginal land, from.. ^cultivation by means, of its acquisition' and,: restoration- to- the' ·public domain; accompanied-by an immediate: cessation of governv mental land-reclamation, Irrigation and "drainage work. Continuation of the surplus- control operations of the Dairy' Marketing corporation. ·A processing tax of not more than 0 per cent ad-valorem a pound ot butterfat. As a final resort, an allotment plan of acreage reduction or other By 1UBY A. BLACK Globe-Gazette Washington Bureau WASHINGTON--Another step in carrying out the administration's long time plan for the "rational resettlement of America" is taken in the incorporation of the Federal Subsistence Homestead corporation. The plan involves several of President Roosevelt's favorite dreams- decentralization of industry, removal of marginal and sub-marginal lands from agricultural production, reforestation^ increasing, the farmer's income,' raising- the living standards of workers better housing for workers and farmers, better health conditions for children. Parent Corporation. The new corporation will be the parent of ths .individual corporations established to manage each subsistence farming and industrial decentralization project and will end money to each local corporation to buy land for homestead sites, divide them into tracts of one to five acre.T, and erect homes, the cost of the lind anl the home to be from 52,300 to about ?3,000. The homesteaders will pay for their homes over periods ranging up to 20 years. No products will be grown Senegalese Ready for Cake-Walk Walter Davis Says It's Cleverest He's Seen. Above are shown six of the' Mason City couples that are to participate in the Senegalese Legion drum and bugle corp old time Georgia camp meeting grand prize champion cake-walk to be held a the armory Wednesday evening Dec. 13. They are shown strutting and' prancing as they appeared a one of the rehearsals in preparatiot for the event. That the cake-walk this year wll be superior to any yet held in Ma son City is the opinion of Walte Davis, 75 year old leader of th cake-walk, who has been seen cake valking from the beginning to th resent. "From my observations of the re iiearsals of this grand prize cham ilonship cake-walk and others tha have attended this is undoubtedl :he clever-sat and largest that '. have had an opportunity to witne or to take part in," said Mr. Davl The announcement was made Friday that the Senegalese drum corps had given the refreshment concession In connection with the calk-walk to the ladies' auxiliary of Clausen-Worden post of the Legion. Tickets are now on sale at several downtown stores. Paulson Funeral Held in Church at Kiester KIESTBR, Minn., Dec. 8.--Funeral services for John Paulson, 58 who died suddenly Monday evening- in the hotel were held this afternoon at the Immanuel Lutheran church with the Rev. A. J. Arneson officiating. Interment will be in Hayward. Mr. Paulson is survived by a brother and a sister. RULES LAID DOWN FOR CIVIL WORKS Wage Scale to Be Decided by Regular Rate Paid in Community. DES MOINES, Dec. S. (--Reg- ilations governing the civil works ervice program--through which 000 Iowa women are to obtain employment--have been announced by 3 H. Mulock, state relief director. In a bulletin to county .relief officials, Mulock forwarded these rules: The wage scale is to be determined by the regular rate for particular work in the community but in no'instance is to be less than 30 cents an hour. I No women may work more than 30 hours a week. Women selected should be unemployed or in need of relief with preference given to women who are heads of families or single and unattached. Projects on which women will work 'must be approved by tbe county emergency relief committee. Projecta must be supervised or connected with tax supported institutions, departments or offices and must not be performed under contract. Wages are to be paid from emergency relief funds. Mrs. Buley Named Head 'ofCIubatGlenvilI GL/ENVILLE, Minn., Dec. 8.--The Community club held its meeting in the M.-W. A. hall Wednesday and elected: President. Mrs. Arch Bu !ey; vice president, Mrs. Rober Leighty; secretary, George Carlson treasurer, Mrs. Julis Ramsey. A program was giveo after the elec tion. Mrs. Slald Club President. DUMONT, Dec. 8.--The O. B. S club elected: President, Mrs. B. O Slaid;. vice president, Mrs. Car Boeckemcier; secretary, Mrs. A. C Harre; treasurer, Mrs. L. J. Pfaltz graff. . Safe Driving Hint By Iowa Motor Vehicle Dot. Inattention Pi "jusfremember?haUf you are traveling at even 30 miles an hour you^U go 41 feet in that single second that your head eyes on the road and your mind on your driving. JOHNSON BACKS MONEY PROGRAM Says "Roosevelt Dollar" Is Sound; DeniesNRA Dictatorial. NEW YORK, De.e. 8. t»--The' "Roosevelt dollar," In the words of Gen. Hugh -S. Johnson, NRA chief;; is "the soundest money on the face. of the globe." General Johnson told members of the National Manufacturers association last night that the president is "on sound ground." Only a few hours earlier the association members had applauded a plea for "rugged individualism" as opposed to "ragged collectivism." I He scoffed at the criticism that he government had been "dicta.- 1 - ;orial" In the framing of codes. "Every code came by ' agreement," he said. "The agreements ame through a long and painful jrocess, but they came by common consent and not by any federal dic- um." APPROVE 5 MAJOR CWA PROJECTS Iowa Statewide Campaign to Eradicate Mosquitoes . Planned. DBS MOINES, Dec. 8. /P--Five major CWA projects including an allotment of $29,454 for a statewide mosquito eradication program, were approved today by George Keller, civil works engineer. Cedar Rapids obtained approval on two projects which will employ 172 men. One includes grading of park roads at a cost of $15,337.50 and the second the painting of interiors of four school buildings at a cost of ?22,740. Forty men will be employed on a secondary road graveling project in O'Brien county to cost $10,931.25, while Plymouth county will receive 512,560 for B. highway and drainage improvement project calling for 54 men. Hancock Schoolmasters Hold Session in Hayfield HAYFIEL.D, Dec. 8.--The Han cock county schoolmasters club helt a monthly meetirig here Wednesday evenlns with Superintendent and Mrs Craft as host and hostess. Th superintendents of the county ant their wives attended. The ba.nq.ue was given in the M. B. church par lors. Dates were set lor the count declamatory contests and basket ball tournaments were arranged fo and other business attended to. Mrs. J. B. Baggs, wife of the county superintendent Baggs, having a birthday anniversary the same date, was honored. Lowa State College Campus Jobs Provide Work for 135 Men AMES, Dec. 8. UP---Work on Iowa State college campus provided Jobs for 135 Story county men today, the projects coating approximately ?27,925 to be financed by the civil works administration. The 135 jobs are in addition to 291 already approved for Story county projects. One project on the campus to cost $8,160 will employ 40 men at general repair work on college buildings. The other project ig the moving of large trees .to the campus, improvement of the 40 acre college park, control of stream bank cutting and road building. The coat will be 519,765 and Oa men will be employed. In a spelling match, students of Fresno State college, Gal., misspelled "ecstasy" 38 different ways. · on these "tracts for sale in competition with other agricultural pro- duqts. The. family's cash will ..come from work in a factory* I close at hand, y'. ; ."·'..·. .· '\^--'""'--The co-operation'of private industrial, concerns'in- small centers of population is being sought. First of Projects. Many aspects of the emergency program as well as the long time program are involved in the first of the government's projects under this plan, which is called Arthurdale and is near Reedavllle, W. Va. At Arthurdale, miners who have Officers Are Elected by plan of acreage reduction or otuei At .ft.rcnuro.aie, miners wnu nave control program such as may seem 1 been unemployed, some of them for feasible. \ six or seven years, are to populate I the project and work in a factory j to be built by the government to j make postoffice equipment. Aa they have been on relief for some time, -- i and have nothing, the Civil Works LAKE MILLS, Dec. 8.--The S a- adm i nia trat!on is giving jobs to wo- lem .Lutheran church elected: Vice m( ; n to ma k e clothing and bedding chairman, the Rev. Johs. Grans- for the families who will live there kou; secretary, Oscar Horvle; n- The au -k 3 i 3 t e nce farming revolving jiancial secretary, P. J. Folken; f u n d , 3 used to buy the land and treasurer, M. G. Johnson; deacons, k u d the . hougea . Gilbert Thompson and Paul tsoi- unemployed teachers will be glv- stad; trustees, Leonard Thompson gn JR the achool w ^ bujlt for and Albert Thompson; S. fa. super- cmldre u a nd will soon teach arts intendent, S. R. Torgeson; assist- d ^ t tlje dults ant, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson; organ- I ist, Miss Blanche Stensrud; choir director, Marcus Boe; head usher, Under Mrs. Koose%-elt. _ . ., , ,,,,_, , Young architects, out of work, are director, Marcus Boe; headI usher, deai , « t h e houses lmder the gen John Horvie. The Rev. O. R. Slet era l direction of Mrs. Franklin D ten Is the pastor. -^ Uooaevelt and the specific supei-vi Sometime it may happen that a sion of Miss Nancy Cook: who ha «oman who has achieved national worked with Mrs. Roosevelt success will admit that her success 1 years in the furniture was due to her husband.--Troy Times. fo she TURKEY DINNER Saturday--35c Roast young Turkey with cranberry sauce and all the trimmings. Finest dinner we ever served for 35c. Genuine Chicken Chow Mein We make it like they do over in Old China--and that's the best way. Enjoy It here, or we'll furnish any quantity fo; you to serve at home. established for unemployed men in Dutch ess county, N. Y. A few experiments in "rural-reconstruction" may be made by the homesteads division, with the cooperation of other federal and state agencies. On such projects the government may enable farmers "waging a hopeless struggle on cut-over, eroded, drought stricken and other poor lands," to move to better lands. Th,e government will then remove these poor lands from cultivation and plant them with forests or other cover crops. The government makes it clear that It ia not financing a "back-to- he-farm" movement, 5s it does not wish to increase agricultural' production now. Music - Dancing Popular hits by Bob Bagley and orchestra. Nightly feature. Join the crowd Saturday night. Dancing D 'till midnight. Music ·till l a . m. e Soda(jnl IS South Federal Ave. Rum Fine Against Man . at Algona$ 100, Costs ALGONA, Dec. 8.--Ferdinand Brethorst pleaded guilty Thursday on the charge of illegal possession ot intoxicating liquor. He was fined $300 and costs, S100 being suspended and the remainder must be paid in 30 days. Will Work nt Esthervllle. MILFORD, Dec. 8. (.T--B. W- Thorson, acting civilian corps superintendent at Camp Okobojl, has announced that the civilian conservation corps workmen will be available for work on the proposed reclamation of Four Mile lake, 2% miles west of Esthervllle. 14 To Give riay. LKDYARD, Dec.'8.--The numbers of the high school orchestra will present a one act play Jan. 6 entitled, "Just What the Doctor Ordered." There are 14 music studcntn taking pirt. i \ ' *---i-^ j /2^ 3, LiccErr i; MYERS TODACCO Co, ciaareiffe thatb MILBER · t/te ciqreitte ftuzf TASTES BETTER

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