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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 18, 1937
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, MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 18 テつキ 1937 THREE EXPERTS WATCH PRICES ADVANCE Hold Government Controls Could Effectively Brake Upward Spiral. WASHINGTON, (VP) _'official reference to poienlial dangers oテつ」 a business boom brought from federal fiscal experts Thursday the assertion that government controls could effectively brake the upward spiral of prices. Secretary Wallace contended, however, the government has power to influence but not to control industrial booms. "All of us want stability," be said. Most government economists agreed the price climb would continue unless conditions change. They said a gradual rise probably would be beneficial, but sudden upturns out ol line with stable economic relations would be harmful. List Possible Aletlioils. Financial experts emphasized that no definite program has been drawn up, but listed these possible methods of checking price increases: 1. Balancing the budget, as suggested by Chairman Ecclss of the federal reserve board, with increased ta.xes on incomes and profits "if necessary." 2. Reducing tariffs on (host goods which lead the price upswing. 3. Extending federal control of \yages, hours and corporate practices to offset "monopolistic practices by certain groups in both industry and organized labor" whicl Eccles said led to higher prices. Discuss Boom Sifiis. Discussion of boom signs on the business horizon followed Eccles' declaration that "inflationary price levels" would have disastrous effects. S o m e ; congresmen wondered however,' whether Eccles w a s sending up an administration "trial balloon" to test the sentiment of legislators and the public when he suggested budget balancing with' lighev taxes it necessary. Informed persons said he discussed the sharp uptrend of price ndexes with the president last week. Against Tax Boost. The immediate congressional re- action'to Eccles' statement was against increasing taxes. Democratic leaders insisted the president is. as desirous as congress of avoiding further levies. Secretary Roper asked business groups Wednesday "to assume iheir proper responsibilities for safeguarding and protecting our future economic progress" by independent action to prevent unwarranted price increases. "We must not let our optimism cioud and obscure danger signals," Roper said, after reporting that business is at least 15 per cent better than a year ago. "Danger Signals" Out. The American Federation of Labor said "danger signals" of another depression arc already visible, and asserted the only preventive is increasing wages and keeping prices down. The bureau of agricultural economics reported "ground loss" from strikes and floods in December and January has already been regained. It added that developments which might contribute to a serious interruption of business activity in the near future are "existing and potential labor disputes in important lines of activity nnd increase in cost which might interrupt construction." Custody of 8 Minor Children Awarded to Mother at Hampton II A M P T O N -- Five divorces were granted in district Tuesday. Hutli G. Palmer was granted a divorce from Joe Palmer and was given S15 a month and custody of their eight minor children. Hazel Marty was granted a divorce from Ray Marty and given the privilege of visiting their son, Harold Ray, 11, who was put in his father's custody. Anna tumley was granted a divorce from Arthur Lumley and was given $200 and custody of their Hospital Strikers Arrested Slt-iking- employes of the Jewish hospital in. Brooklyn, N. IT., barricaded themselves in the ice plant, defying orders to evacuate. Result was a fight with police who smashed down the doors and ordered the strikers to come out with their hands up, as shown in this iiliolu. Eighteen of the strikers were arrested on charges of cndaiiserinfr the public health. The strikers had demanded a wage Increase, two weeks' annual vacation and union recognition. son, Robert, 20. Other decrees were W. J. Botts vs. Delia Bolts and Walter Borcherding vs. Margaret Olive Borcherding. Leg of Worker, Crushed in Ditch Cavem, Is Set CRYSTAL LAKE--The leg of Olaf Weith, which was broken Friday afternoon, was set Tuesday. Mr. Weilli, a relief worker, was shoveling gravel from a pit east of Crystal Lake when it caved in covering Mr. Weith, all but his head. It was five minutes before the other workers could get him out. Due to the leg swelling so rapid!}', it could not be set uuti Tuesday. He also received many bruises and injuries to his back He is at his home. SAYS MARRIAGE NOT PERFORMED Marguerite- Eustice* Uncle and Justice of Peace in Depositions. MORRISON, 111., (/P)--William Suffer, uncle of Marguerite Eus- lice, 29, self professed wife of Quin O'Brien, a Chicago corporation counsel, testified at a deposition hearing she was not married to O'Brien in the much disputed ceremony here early on Feb. 3. Saffer and four other witnesses appeared before Justice of Peace John Blodgett to tell their stories of the incident which Miss Eus- tiee claimed as a wedding and O'Brien, 37 years her senior, insisted was an abduction. They were permitted to make depositions to avoid frequent trips to Chicago to testify in the Eustice-O'Brien litigation. Saffer was one 'of the group which accompanied the "bridal parly" to the home of Justice of Peace Bert.Brubaker at 3 a. m., and he said so far as he could make out no ceremony was performed. Brubaker also made a deposition, testifying Miss Eustice, her father, Dr. William Eustice, an Elizabeth, 111., dentist, O'Brien and Saffer came to his home and that after O'Brien refused to sign the marriage certificate he turned them all out. Other witnesses were William Ottens and Harriett Blodgett, deputies in the county clerk's office, who said Miss Eustice obtained the marriage license and returned it several hours after the ceremony was supposed to have been performed. O'Brien was there with his attorneys, but had nothing to say. Miss Eustice also was represented by counsel. Injured in Fall. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. Archie Anderson fell and broke her arm just above the wrist Wednesday morning. Leslie Howard says Luckies are "tops" with "Years ago, as an ambitious young -tcfor, I ^^;as impressed how well my throat liked Lucldes and how well they suited my idea of a perfect cigarette. That impression still stands. In my recent tour of 'Hamlet', with its many performances each week and the attendant tax on my throat, 1 have been convinced aneiv that this light smoke is both delightful to my taste and the ( top' cigarette for an actor's throat." n independent survey was made recently among professional men and women--lawyers, doctors, lecturers, scientists, etc. Of those who said they smoke cigarettes, more than 87%stated they personally prefer a light smoke. Mr. Howard verifies the wisdom of this preference, and so do other leading artists of the radio, stage, screen and opera. Their voices are their fortunes. That's why so many of them smoke Luckies. You, too, can have the throat protection of Luckies--a light smoke, free of certain harsh irritants removed by the exclusive process "It's Toasted". Luckies are gentle on the throat. 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