Thursday, May 2i, 193 i THE TIMES NEWS. NEPHI. UTAH News Review of Current Events the World Over Reed's Victory Over Pinchot Delights Opponents of New Deal NRA Will Abandon Codes for Small Businesses. By EDWARD W. PICKARD o C k7 W N.w.p.p.r Union. sliver ontll It reaches $1.20 an ounce PAVIU ntcu SENATOK or until Its metallic reserve streneth fighting la the 25 per cent This Is both Reaches for primaries publican emerged from the hectic bat permissive and mandatory. tle notorious over The President Is authorized to rr'g.-i"""- " bis rival. Gov. nationalize sliver through condemIluchot. Iteed's nation. This Is permissive. majority was In "CONSIDERATION of the records the neighborhood of 100,000, and long of thres Chicago federal Judges before all the re- In receivership and bankruptcy turns were In Gov- cases were under consideration fcy ernor Tlnchot gave the house Judiciary committee, with up and wired his the possibility of Impeachment In to prosect. A congratulations turned tha senator. In a report on the Jurists, Charles E. Woodward, James H. Wllkerson sinceone senator Senator Reed Ree(J of the and Walter G. Llndloy, making no Old Guard conservatives, has been recommendations for or against Iman unrelenting critic of the New peachment but criticizing sharply their allowances for attorney and Deal, and Governor Pinchot, a "progressive" Republican, has given his receiver fees. full support to President RooseWith respect to Judge John P. velt's policies, the result of the pri- Barnes, who has handled several was ophailed with maries glee by receiverships and bankruptcies In ponents of the national administrathe federal courts at Chicago since tion. Both the candidates made the ltCS.t, the subcommittee declared It New Deal the Issue In their camhad "ne criticism as to his conduct paign, and when the governor was in these matters." prevented by illness from making speeches, Mrs. Pinchot took the NATCIIERS" are not faring so stump and vigorously defended the President's programs of recovery. Southwest. June Ro- Notwithstanding all this, Postmaswas kidnaped from Tucwho bles. ter General Farley said : "I do not son, Ariz., was found in a tomb-lik- e regard the defeat of Governor Pin- hole where she had been kept chot as a New Deal test," and and there were good Senator Joseph T. Robinson, Dem- chained, that her abductors would chances ocratic leader, took the same atti- be caught. The child was weak but tude. President Roosevelt refused uninjured. to comment. Los Angeles police In a sudden Senator Daniel O. Hastings of raid freed William F. Gettle, oil Delaware, chairman of the Repub- millionaire who had been kidnaped lican congressional campaign com- and held for a ransom, and mittee. Issued a pronouncement that arrested three oflarge the men who abthe Pennsylvania primary result ducted him. The trio confessed, was "a great victory for the Ameripromptly given life sentences can citizen who wants a square deal were are now In the San Quentln and and not a New Deal." prison. Governor Pinchot, who has tried twice before to get Into the senate, JOHNSON and his said he would continue to fight for GENERAL In the NRA are the Interests of the people against tired of trying to enforce the mulconcentrated wealth, and It was tiplicity of codes for small groups, reported that he would run Indeand therefore the h pendently In November. administration Joe Guffey, Democratic leader in decided to abandon thousands of those Pennsylvania, easily won his party's l nomination for the senate, but the arranged for lesser Industrial plants Republicans claim he will have small chance against Reed in the and service estab election. lishments. In fact, to regulate prices and trade practices LEADERS of the Republican turned down Senand innumerable ator Arthur R. ' Robinson quite dedetails in countless cisively. They not only defeated Gen. Johnson. small businesses his plan to gain control of the party has proved to be organization, but also refused to Impracticable and the effort has give assurance that he would be taken an outrageously large per unopposed for renominatlon In the centage of NRA work and funds. state, convention June 5. The best Johnson said he was working on the senator could get was an In- arrangements to substitute simple In the senate agreements for codes covering dorsement of his fight "for constitutional government" small Industries. These agreements and for his stand "against bureaumerely will cover wages, hours and cracy as exemplified by the Demothe collective guarantees cratic party and Its administra- of the recoverybargaining act tion." The agreements may be Identical Among those mentioned as possiwith the Presidential nomRobinson for the ble rivals of contracts that employers signed last ination are former Senator jlirn summer pending adoption of codes. former Watson, Representative who are relieved from codes Those Frederick Landis and former Gov. will be permitted to continue to Harry G. Leslie. Robinson angered display the Blue Eagle If they sign the state committee by attacking such agreements. The relaxation its officers. probably will apply to nearly all small establishments except retail TN ORDER that congress may ad stores. Journ June 5, the President and It Is reported In Washington several congressional leaders got that General Johnson would soon together and pared down the legis ask the President to empower him lative program. They , agreed to check prices which limit the "must" bills to four meas to supervise and concerns are charg business private ures. These are: be The one billion, three hundred ing their customers.' This would the start of his attack on the million-dolla- r emergency approprl the NRA Is fostering ation bill carrying funds for the charges thatand monopoly high prices. The continuation of the New Deal President could take the action by activities. an executive order and con The communications control bill issuing "sanction would not be gressional ' proposing the consolidation of fed necessary. eral regulation over all The silk textile Industry found Itself overloaded with surpluses of The loans to Industries bill, au goods, and the NRA permitted all thorizing RFC and federal reserve the nulls to shut down ror one bank advances to smaller Industries week, during which time 30,000 on Intermediate credit terms. workers are unemployed. The shut The deposit Insurance extension down was ordered by the silk tex bill, continuing the temporary fedtile authority, the board set up by eral bank deposit guarantee plan the Industry itself to rule the In another year In lieu of putting, dustry under the code. Officially the Ihe permanent program contained NRA Itself did not order or approve in the Glass banking bill into effect the layoff, but It Is watching It closeat this time. ly. It may suggest the same device Mr. Roosevelf sent to congress a to other Industries. The cotton tex message explaining why the first tile manufacturers are reported to named bill is necessary, and urg- be eyeing the silk shutdown envi ing that no more than the amount ously. asked be appropriated. One other measure that may be "UPT. GEORGE POND and Lieut Cesare Sabelll opened the ocean put through at this session Is the silver bill upon which the President flying season with an attempt to and the stiver bloc agreed and make a nonstop hop from New York which was to be Introduced with a to Rome a thing that has never message from Mr. Roosevelt As yet been done. They ran Into dense predicted, this Is a compromise con- fogs and head winds over the At lantic and then had such seriou taining these provisions: A declaration of policy that the engine trouble that they were orced government recognizes silver as pri- to land their big Bellanca monomary money and that the nation's plane, the Leonardo da Vtncl, on metallic reserves shall be 25 per the west coast of Ireland. Accord cent silver and 75 per cent gold. lng to their stories, the aviators were mighty fortunate that they This Is mandatory. The secretary of the treasury Is did not - fall into the ocean and authorized and directed to purchase drown. A. ! 01 Re- Glf-for- d . "S ' ;br ' PAGE SEVEN -- CTRIKES In many branches of the automobile Industry will occur unless the striking employees of the FUber Body plant at Flint Mich., win their demands, according to President Green of the Amer lean Federation of Labor. Had Origin in First English The strike of the workers em ployed at the Fisher Body plant at Colony in New World. Flint, Mich., reflects the spirit of unrest and discontent which preKath year we read with sentimen vails among the automobile work tal interest descriptions of the cele ers at the present time," Green said bration of "Old Christmas" by tlsh- In a statement erfolk and other residents of the an"There will be no peace In the cient village of Rodanthe, on the utomoblle industry," he added. long and narrow outer barrier la- "until the grievances of the work- lands that Impound Pamlico sound ers are fairly settled, discrimina- oil North Carolina. Sometimes we tion and coercion stooped, the real that the celebration Is held on right of collective bargaining es January 5 and sometimes that It Is tablished and company union dom- held on January 6, the difference be ination and intimidation stopped. ing that Twelfth Night, or Old Dissatisfaction has been accentu Christmas Eve, may have greater than Twelfth ated, he added, "because of th empbabls in celebration failure of the automobile la bo; Tide on Twelfth Pay (Old Christmasa board to function properly and ef Day) as the villagers continue to celebration that extends back fectively." forefathers and even the time Labor troubles along the Ameri heir Walter Raleigh and establish Sir f can waterfronts Increased dally. roent of the first English colony In On the Pacific coast thousands of world. seamen quit work In sympathy with the New If we search the back However, the striking longshoremen, and the of the Missouri Ozark. It districts mayor of Seattle asked Secretary quite likely that we could find this of the Interior Ickes for federal is belated celebration of Christmas work to protect troops closer to our own modern ers. In the ports of the Great much as well as hear the belief ex homes, Lakes a general strike of tugmen that on Twelfth Night cattle was threatened. At Galveston the pressed of the fields kneel In greeting to were and still out, longshoremen new-borThis tradi Christ. hundreds of other workers went on the and refusal to accept the tion strike. calendar corrections of Pope Greg ory were brought to this coun of C2 to 13 the senate try by early settlers from Britain nud BY A vote the Fletcher-Rayburpassed persisted for many generations not bill which places the securities only In the barrier Islands that promarkets of the country under the tect North Carolina from the raging regulatory control of a federal com sea, but In the mountains along the mission. The measure already had eastern seaboard, spreading even to passed the house, but with the the Ozarks of .Missouri and Arkan provision that the federal trade sas as the mountaineers sought new commission should be the regu homes. latory body, and this difference, It Is fitting, however, that the tratogether with the house's pro dition had Its spread only by family vision for a fixed margin require- and that the outstanding community ment, caused some delay In the expressions remains near the place At a press confer- It was Introduced to America, In conference. ence President Roosevelt stated Dare county. North Carolina, where that he preferred the house version the first white child to be born in of the bill In those two particulars and that he had told the chairman of the committee so, although he had kept his hands off the meas ure until It was passed by both house and senate. OLD CHRISTMAS STILL KEPT UP non-unio- n n n White Star liner Olympic, slowlv Into nort In a fog, rammed and sank the Nan 's tucket lightship, seven of the crew being killed and four, Including Capt. George Braithwaite, saved. Captain Binks of the Olym pic blames the accident on an error in the radio direction beam which he was following, though this device has heretofore been considered infallible. He admitted, however, that at the time of the collision he was five miles off his supposed course and that his radio signals, submarine signals and reckoning all misled him as to his real posi tion. America came Into belli?. This child was Virginia Dare, granddaughter of John White, a leader, whoxe small Koank Ulund colony disappeared without trace while White was on a Journey home for supplies. RiHlaiilhe U only about a score of miles from Roanoke Ulund and a part of the sauie chain of banks. with Kitty Hawk, where the first successful airplane flight was made. only a few miles away on the same chain. So what better place could be found for the support of tradition, even though there be some uncertainty whether it U In observance of Old Christmas Eve or Old ChrlKtmas Day that (ltdilug nets are laid aside? St. Louis Clobe ' tremely difficult. Poor lighting creates nmch discomfort and often Do you know that sewing U gen causes excessive nervous-muscula- r erally much harder ou the eyen than tension. Always make certain that or It because Is, wrltliigT reading have you In plenty of light when you In no contrast little there usually color between the thread and the fab- sew, thus saving your eyes and cavric. This makes the seeing task ex- - ing your work. SEWING HARD ON EYES DELICATELY Cutlcnra Talcum, pure and with balaamia medicated euential oil, is indinpra&uLla to the comfort of every member of the family. Get the beneficial reaults of these essences by dusting on Cutlcura bow eool and Talcum see refreshed your skin is, tree from any chafing or irritation. Truly beneficial to the akin and especially recommended for babies. Toilet And Less Real Exercise in Cycling Than Walking PrUISa Chemical Proprietor: Potter Draft Corp.. Maiden, Mam. "Walk for heulthl" la the slogun today, and It was recently suggested that. In spite of the amazing develop meitt of hiking, there were still too many young people who didn't walk enough. It has lieen calculated that. In walking a mile, the average person takes 2,'M'i steps. In cycling a mile, the exercise taken Is equivalent to C27 fctepg, which means that the cyclist lias to cover about three and a half miles to get the same amount of exercise that the walker gets In THE KEWB20HJS1E Distinctive Residence A one. This Is an Interesting comparison which sets a new standard for walk ers. Many people, who would think nothing of cycling seventy miles in day, would be appalled If they were asked to walk twenty In the same period. But the exercl.se obtained In each ca.e U equivalent. There are hikers, of course, who do twenty-fivor thirty mlies a day, hut there are quite a number who think that. If they walk ten or even less. It is time to catch a bus or train home. Walking Is good exercise, but It Is necessary. If we are to rely on It for that purpose, to make sure we go' enough of It. London Answers. An Abode. ..renowned Mrs. J. H. Waters, President Throughout the West yn Salt Lake's Most Hospitable HOTEL 1 Invites You RATES e THE Hotel SINGLE $2.00 to $4.00 ixH'ni.E RICWSfetDUSC W. E. SUTTON, General Manager CHAUNCEY W. WEST $2.50to$4.50 400 Rooms Assist. Gen. Manager 400 Baths THE lat-ter- OF THE NAVY SECRETARY announced that as soon as funds can be obtained from the public works appropriation asked by the President, the construction of twenty warships will begin. These vessels, It Is estimat ed, will cost $40,000,000. This building program will .In clude twelve destroyers, two destroyer leaders, and six submarines, forming the first year's program under the Vinson act, which authorized the replacement of 102 ships to bring the navy np to full treaty strength by the end of 1939. "TIT'ORLD Good Will day" was VV May 18, and to mark It students from colleges In all parts of the country gathered In Washing ton and staged a 1 n demonstration support of world disarmament Miss Elizabeth Wheeler, daughter of United States S en a t o r Burton K. Wheeler of Montana, was chairman of the affair, and after the ipilii Miss Eliza- nJL ttd li 4 IRESTONE maintains its leadership in tire development by producing a new tire for 1934 with a wider tread, flatter contour, deeper non-ski- d, greater thickness, and more more and tougher rubber, which gives greater non-ski- d traction, greater blowout safety, non-ski- d 50 more and than longer mileage. protection, These achievements are made practical by the Firestone patented process of providing greater adhesion between the plies of the high stretch cords and between the d body of the tire and the tough, tread. It also provides greater massive non-sk- id strength, longer flexing life, and greater protection against blowouts. made it possible for Firestone to design, develop and put on the market the first successful balloon tire in 1923. This tire was the pattern used by all others and completely DEEPER 1L 7 NON-SKI- D revolutionized the tire industry and set new standards for the automobile industry. GREATER ) THICKNESS ;,j:H m For fourteen years leading race drivers have FLATTER and driven to victory on Firestone tires, built with d high stretch cords. They have trusted their lives to Firestone Leadership as RUBBER they know that the patented Firestone MORE features provide them with greater construction TRACTION longer mileage and greater blowout safety MORE Gum-Dippin- RECORDS FIRESTONE HIGH SPEED TIRES for fourteen g, consecutive years have been on the winning cars in the Indianapolis Race. Gum-Dippe- Gum-Dippi- 500-mi- PROTECTION for seven consecutive years have been on the winning cars in the daring Pikes Peak climb where a slip meant ng death. THIS MEANS Washington (D. C.) Railway and Electric Company covering bus miles 11,357,810 Lii without one minute's delay due to tire trouble. THIS Firestone Dealer or Service Store replace your smooth dangerous tires with the new Firestone High Speed Tires tor 1934. il time. to Lawrence Tibbett orT.Ix Listen Richard Crooks and Harvey THIS Firestone, Jr., JL MEANS ENDURANCE every Monday night N. B. C. Network . Tiresfone MORE THAN 50 HIGH SPEED TYPE ... SIZE 4.50-2- 0 . 4.50-2- 1 5.23-1-8 . . 5.50-1- 7 . 4.75-1- 9 5.50-1- 9 6.00-- 1 6.00-18H.- H.D. 71 1. D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11.D. . . H.D. . . D. 6.00-2- 0 6.50-1- 7 Other Simem PRICE $ 7.85 8.15 8.65 .10.30 11.30 14.45 15.10 15.55 16.40 17.50 Proportionately Low t J0k THE NEW J Gum-Dippi- in the world The Indianapolis Speedway. Ctnwrtiuiw flti MORE 0 pV. t " . MILEAGE NON-SKI- D The new Firestone Air Balloon for 1934 embodies all the improvements in the new Firestone High Speed Tire. The lower air pressure provides maximum traction safety-locand riding comfort. the cords, providing 30 to 40 greater deflection and blowout protection. Get 1935 low swung style by equipping your car today ft with these new tires and wheels in colors to match your car. See your local Firestone Dealer or Service Store for a FREE DEMONSTRATION. greatest proving ground St these h. - r;;14fff&K AIR BALLOON FOR 1934 Firestone Tires are Track Tested on the a ECONOMY tcere on the Neiman Motors' Ford V--8 Truck that made a new coast to coast record of 67 liours, 45 minutes, 30 seconds actual running Have your 1934 MEANS DEPENDABILITY AND protection. HIGH SPEED TIRE for buses of the 131 Gum-Dippe- New FIRESTONE SAFETY TRACTION for three consecutive years have been on the 'ttiaMfesi the D AMD j NON-SKI- D le MEANS BLOWOUT THIS tgy Miss meeting Wheeler led a dele- gation to the White beth Wheeler House and present ed to President Roosevelt a petition asking him to take the lead In securing a world treaty for complete disarmament. News from abroad Indicates that this is Imposing a tremendous task on Mr. Roosevelt, for the prospects of disarmament are growing slimmer daily. .There Is no abatement of the quarrel between France and Germany over German rearming, and France has lengthened the service term of Its soldiers, which example Belgium probably will follow.- Hungary and Jugoslavia are engaged In a bitter border dispute and the former has asked for help from the League of Nations council, which has opened another session In Geneva. Japan, still stubbornly aloof, seems to be seeking a new cause for hostilities against China, alleging that a number of Japanese soldiers were killed by Chinese troops. The League's commission on the war it .the Gran Paraguay-BoliviChnco submitted a report recommending that all' nations of the world, especially the American republics, be asked to Join In an ef fort to shut off from the two South American countries all the materials necessary to carry oo a war. Performance ng Hi ks I Firestone Tires are ROAD TESTED on the large fleet oi Firestone test cars, day and night every day in the year, over all kinds of roads and highways. new Firestone High Speed Tires made at the Firestone Factory and Exhibition Building atnA Century of Progress" Opening May to ivl, Tuti rueaw... Tiro A Kuuuk cu.