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r THE PACE TWO MEXICAN governments, both state, are carrying News Review of Current Events the World Over a determined campaign agalmit the W. PICK ARD By EDWARD Wwtirn Nwilr C Union. hnil another winter nillllona of Americans allll unemployed, organized labor, through President William Green of the American of Labor. 7t WITH red-rratlo- 1 Iiaa aked t lie adto ap- ministration peal to all IikIu 1 tries to Increase production 30 per Grci'D Sir. cent. In a public statement asserted that for the first time since President .iuMKt Roosevelt's William Green ployment program jot under way In July. WX, unemployment has exceeded last yeur'a level. The number of persona without any employment he pute at 8.S48.000. Those without joba In industry In September numbered Joba for 2,2"J0,00 were provided by conservation camps and emergency relief projects, "but these emergency Jobs." he said, "are not creating Incomes to pay the costs." ' Mr. Green continued: "Could not the administration invite ail IndusIn a genernl protries to gram to Increase production and put men to work? level of all "If the nation-widproduction were lifted 30 per cent In a balanced program, adjusting production to consumption needs, each Industry would then be that all other industries would Increase their production, and the wealth produced by putting labor to work would create Income to buy the product of all. "The total number at work In the In Cnlted States was 39.76-1.001033 ; by September, September, 1934, It had declined to 39.307,0ix. During these 12 months the normal Increase In population has added close to 450,000 to the army of Job Keekers for whom Industry provides no work. Thus the number without work in Industry has risen from 10,108.000 in September. 1933, to 10.9T.1.000 In September, 1934." Quite as gloomy as Mr. Green's report was a statement of the National Industrial Conference board. This agency noted that the general Improvement In manufacturing activity usually occurring In September failed to materialize. Instead, declines of 5.7 per cent In the number of wage earners employed, of 6.1 per cent In total man hours worked and of 5.8 per cent In payrolls disbursed, were reported. In addition. It was stated, the rise in the cost of living from August to September depressed real weekly earnings of wage earners 2.1 per I re-e- e . cent On the other hand, the United Etates Chamber of Commerce in its summary of conditions throughout the nation reports continued improvement of business sentiment although it has not as yet been reflected definitely In the volume of transactions. persons MANX thoughtful on the apparent discrepancy between the pleas of William Green for more employment and the policy pursued by organized labor In fostering great strikes seem lngly for the sole purpose of enforcing unionization and the closed shop. Many thousands of persons are thrown out of employment by these strikes, Industries are hampered or shut down and often serious disorders result To the bystander it does not seem fair that. In a time of distress, such methods should be followed In order that the strength of the unions might be increased. The latest example of this policy is the strikes which brought about the closing of all the Great Atlantic and Paciflc Ten company's shops and warehouses in Cleveland and which went in effect In Milwaukee against the A. and P. and two other chain store comThere was a prospect panies. that these walkouts would spread throughout Ohio and Wisconsin. FORD, who says that is done In Washington doesn't matter much so far as recovery Is concerned, came out with a statement- that should be encour,"" aging to the Ameri- HENRT can business man He told the Ford 1 managers gathered In Detroit that his company was t oul the depression, and they in turn f told him of gen e r a y Improved 1 1 business conditions Henry Ford In all parts of the country. "The depression," Ford set forth In a statement, "would be over for the whole country very soon If American Industrialists would Just forget the alphabet schemes and take hold of their Industries nd run them with good, sound American business sense. "They khould take hold of their country, too, In the same way, and run It with good sound American common sense. " OK nounced that, beginning July 1, 193.'), he will eliminate the 5 percent pay cut that Is now taken out of salaries of all federal emThe pay restoration, he explained, Is being planned on the assumption that Increases In the the ployee's. cont of living will necessitate It, The Treasury department thereupon admitted frankly that this means the taxpayers will be called on to pay an additional fifty million dollars a year for the benefit of the 700.0U) federal employees who will benefit by the restoration In naiades. Mr. Roosevelt predicted flatly that the cost of living will advance substantially within the next eight months. When he made this statement at his regular press conference he also cautioned reporters to remember that an Increase In cost of living meant an Increase In com modify and property values, thereby lessening the diiliculty In paying debts. This Is one of the avowed aims of the Roosevelt program. He said he expected the rise of food, clothing, fuel, bousing, and other living costs to be large enough by July 1 to justify the 5 He refused per cent restoration. to say whether the increase In government pay, which Is being allowed for In the 1935 federal budget. Is to be taken as an example for Industry to follow. Thursday. November NEPHI. UTAH S. BRISBANE Roman Catholic church, charging that the latter hug been fostering revolutionary movement. On the other hand, a vigorous dental that the Catholic church had advocated Sun Spots and Wtn armed resistance to the Mexican government or intervention by the No Toy Pistol. Money United States in the religious conPlain Language Needed flict In Mexico was Unued by ArchWhy Revive Sparta? the Ruiz, bishop Apostolic delegate The Abbe Moreaux, looking through to Mexico, lu San Antonio, Texas. Bishop and priest are being ex-- , his telescop In Bourges observapelled from various states, and the tory, says, "Beware of 1936 and state of Mexico Issued an order lim- 1937." Sun spots will Increase vioiting the number of churches In the lently In those two years, accordregion In which services may be ing to the abbe, and when sun spots held to 31, the same as the num- Increase "we bare wars and social ber of priests permitted to officiate disruption. On the other band, according to In the stats. All churches above this numbei, the decree provided, the reverend observer, when the sun will be used as schools and public Is calm, "the world usually baa been libraries. The action was believed at peace," to have been taken to prevent Others believe that "spots' causpriests ousted from other states from coming to the state of Mexing war, International and Individual hatreds, are not sun spots, but ico to officiate. The Supreme court ruled that all spots on the human brain. Many "spots" will have to be rebuildings used for Catholic ceremonies shall become the property moved from the human brain before war can end, of the nation. Acting President Rodriguez In Indiana is Investigating two offletter to Attorney General Porte Gil said the clergy, on pretext of icials connected with the prison from which the late Mr. Dilllnger esopposing the Initiation of compulsory socialistic education In Mexi- caped, supposed to have frightened can schools, has "Initiated a frank bis Jailers with a toy pistol. New evidence Indicates that, cnmpulgn of sedition which reveals of frightening somebody with clearly its intention to bring ubout a wooden pistol, he bribed somea revolution." body with good real money. Half the success and immunity tins HITLER CHANCELLOR to his regime in of the usually dull minded crimthe revolt of the Evangelical Prot- inal Is based on the corruption of estant pastors against the tyranni- public officials, and criminal lawcal rule of Reichsblshop Mueller, yers ready to accept Criminal and has decided to separate church money. and state. The government of the The New York Times quotes "one reich, he said, would not Interfere In the quarrel. Some observers la of the most distinguished of all BritBerlin expressed the fear that this ish diplomats" as follows: "Anglo-Americrelations have never been policy would lead to unrestrained growth of German paganism and In such a grave condition since the also to furtner acts against the war." There Is talk of Japan having a Jews, under the leadership of Dr. Alfred Rosenberg, philosopher, and navy as big as England or America, Julius Streleher, publisher of the with England's consent, England Stormer, heads respectively of the building 70 cruisers, etc. Some Americans would like to pugan faith and the know why Uncle Sain does not say movements. Acceptance of Chancellor Hitler'.! to Japan and England: "Build what nev.constitution for the German ships and make what new secret r treaties you d n please. We shall Labor Front, which gives the Front money and property which do as we please." We have had in once belonged to trade unions and America men that would send such employers' associations, was cele- a message to any group of treacherbrated In 10,000 demonstrations ous "friends." throughout Germany. The biggest dews In Lustgarten, Berlin, where Rome reports that Mussolini, over 3.10,000 were assembled. The termined to make Italy a really milLabor Front Includes all laborers itant country, ready to fight anyand office workers. body at the drop of any hat plans a "New Italy" with the motto, and Germany are "Back to the glory of the Caesars, A BOTH France over prospects of trou- revival of Sparta." All right about the Caesars, but ble in the Saar, where a plebiscite is to be held January 13, 193.), to Sparta did not work out well. determine whether the region shall Where is Sparta now? Where Is the revert to Germany, be attached to ancient glory? Fighting will be done hereafter France, or remain under the control of the League of Nations. The by scientists, chemists with poisonNazi campaign in the Saar has been ous and explosive gases; engineers active and large numbers of Storm with fast planes, deadly air torpeFighting will be in the air Troopers are said to have entered does. binder water. No need to make the region in disguise. Geoffrey and K. Knox, president of the govern- a whole nation parade and drill. ing commission for the league, has An oasis of cheerfulness in this warned that In case of difficulties i, Leonid M. during the plebiscite he will call for world of gloom isconsul Russian general In the help of French troops. Foreign Minister Fierre Laval says the New York. Many things make him French will be ready to respond. happy. Including the fact that Russia can produce everything she The German Nazis are correspondThere Is reason for needs, "except bananas and coffee." ingly Irate. She Is growing fine grapefruit now, anxiety. can worry along without any bacofthe United nanas and drink tea. Instead of RusSPEEDY ruling by as she always has done, Supreme court on consti- fee, sian coffee never was very good, tutionality of the NRA act and the code of fair competition for the anyhow. lumber and timber prducts IndusThe late Australian general. Sir try may be expected. Judge W. I. in Lloyd Grubb of the Federal District court John Monash, described memoirs as the "only genat Birmingham, Ala., has ruled George's them unconstitutional and dismissed eral on the British side who could an Indictment against an operator have successfully replaced the late of several sawmills. The action was Field Marshal Earl Halg as comtaken by agreement of both sides so mander in chief of the British as to expedite an appeal to the Su- forces," was of Jewish descent Fighting ability in that race surpreme court nobody, for some of the prises In Federal court at Baltimore the In history, includconstitutionality of the Agricultural greatest fighters and his father, were Adjustment act, Insomuch as It al- ing Hannibal lows the federal government to set of the Semitic race. the price of milk bought and sold A actor, Lou Teile-gen- , In Intrastate commerce, was atwho used to play "perfect tacked by attorneys for the Royal Farms dairy. Petition for an In- lover" parts, and married four junction to restrain Secretary of ladies. Including Geraldinehas Farrar, killed the AAA lost his popularity and Wallace, Agriculture agent of the federal government, himself after telling his friends from Interfering with Its business "there Is no place In Hollywood for a was asked. There Is no place anywhere for but fortunately, there were predictions of civil a THERE Austria between the two is no need to remain a forever. "private armies," Chancellor Catholic storm troops and San Francisco rejoices In complethe Fascist Helmwehr beaded by after ' twenty years of work, tion, von The Prince Ernst Starhemberg. of the great Hetch Iletehy project, cabinet stirred up the old taxation trouble by legislation taking from a $100,000,000 undertaking that the provinces and municipalities brings pure water 150 miles from their right to share In taxes col- the high Sierras In Tosemite NaWith this as an tional park. lected In Vienna. A great bridge Is building over excuse, the opposition to the government Is exhibiting Intense ac- the beautiful Golden Gate that leads in from the Pacific ocean, and tivity. The Helmwehr leaders are de- soon San Francisco will be connect- manding that the nation's corporate ed by road with the great city of parliament be composed entirely of Oakland, across the bay. of the auxiliary representatives Chancellor armed forces. Veterans demand their bonus now. or tergiver and other Catholic leaders without are bitterly opposed to this. sation. It Is said that the President "will TECHNICAL grounds all his strength any oppose ONclosed shop agreement which effort In with congress to pay the bonus the American Federation of Labor now." Veterans need the money now negotiated with a chain of New Jersey moving picture bouses wai while times are hard and their cliil thrown out as illegal by the nation dren are young. al labor relations board. Q, King Fntures Syndicate too. . n B 'V. x 8. 19m the Current News Scenes and Persons in THIS WEEK William Green Gloomy About Unemployment Henry Fortl Cheerful Serioii9 Charges Concerning Government of the Virgin Islands. by oti TIMES-NEW- v tpsm ;. ' m 4 S . 'K. "W1JS!- - U'l ' fJllX fjA Cea F" I t i JS r' r- .i t mmu r tsomiiisibi riW isWsatniii tfif nmiftf mwwiuiiwis si mi i t. - ' t r . ,1j ii- - statue of John Paul Jones In 1 navy placing a Capt R. C Davis of the Cnlted States Carrier the Oatun locks as the fleet 2 through In honor passing of Saratoga day. Airship Washington Navy transited the Panama canal In record time. 3 rickets of the striking silk dyers at Lodl, N. J., getting refresh wreath on the ments from young women sympathizers. Norris Dam Is Completed One-Thir- d an anti-Semiti- c - La-fo- GRUEXINO, chief DR. ERNEST the bureau of territories and insular affairs, has gone rather hurriedly to the Virgin Islands to make a personal Investi1 gation Into a state of affairs that has led to the filing of serious charges before committees of both houses of congress. In a petition for a congressional C. I 'NmwV inquiry, whoPaul recentYates, ly resigned as executive assistant to Gov. Pearson Gov. Paul M. Pear son, charges that the present administration of the islands is "wasteful, extravagant, Inefficient, and tainted with corruption." Yates was recently suspended and ordered to Washington for an Inquiry by Secretary Ickes, who accused him of "disloyalty, insubordination, and gross Inefticiency," and in general of being a trouble maker. Yates resigned Immediately and came to Washington, but chose to ignore Secretary Ickes office, carrying his plaints Instead directly to congress. He charges that Mr. Ickes has been "outrageously deceived" by Governor Pearson and subordinate officials of the Interior department, has ignored "complaints, petitions, and specific charges" presented by the citizens of the Islands, and has dealt with officials "in a peculiarly harsh, cruel, and dictatorial man- F 1 LiVi ner." The petition further charges that minor officials in the Interior department aided and abetted Governor Pearson to "whitewash a major public works scandal and deceived the secretary of the Interior regarding public works and the general situation, and were criminally negligent in the performance of their duty." Secretary Ickes Is accused of making prejudicial and injurious remarks about T. Webber Wilson, Judge of the Federal District court in the islands, remarks which "reflect unjustly upon the federal Judiciary and which are unbefitting the dignity of a cabinet ofiicer" Ickes also is. accused of "unjustiy and at the Instance of Governor Pearson," having removed from office Charles H. Gibson and Ell Baer, government attorneys, and Capt. Michael J. Nolan, director of police of St. Thomas and St John, with a record of 14 years' "loyal and efficient service." ' in London scheduled naval conference have been quite unsatisfactory o far, for neither the United States nor Great Britain shows any disposition to accord to Japan the equality that nation demands, even though It be merely In principle with the Japanese agreeing not to build op to parity with them. observers do not believe the conference will accomplish anything valuable, and Secretary of the Navy Claude A. Swan-sosays that, regardless of Its outcome, his department plans to bring the American fleet up to full treaty strength and will ask congress for the necessary appropriations. CONVERSATIONS Well-poste- d n ... w- .., 1:,; The Tennessee Valley authority's $39,000,000 power and flooc control dam on the Clinch river, near Knox-vlllIs now finished. Over 10 per cent of the concrete for the dam has been poured. When finished two and one-hal- f years from now. It will stand 253 feet high, eliminating all future floods on the Clinch and reducing materially the flood stages on the Tennessee river Itself. e, one-thir- d OLD SPORT REVIVED Golden Tales in Flowers" y- f : Yf--h ' -- ,j - ' Tolo-konsk- Use of the Hul-Chancient and deadly weapon of the Mayans many centuries ago, is to be developed Into a modern sport. The Hul-Ch- e has been introduced by Robert ItSt famous archeologlst, who says that it was employed by the Mayans for hurling arrows is great distances. Mr. Stacy-Jud- d arranging a tournament at Los Angeles, and his wife Is here shown , demonstrating the use of the Btacy-Jud- V n I Hul-Che- Theme for the 1935 Tournament of Rotes Is disclosed amid pageantry at Pasadena. "Golden Tales in Flowers" around which the celebrated New Year day floral parade will be built Is announced by the opening of a huge floral book during the picturesque ceremony, neralded by pretty pages, the open leaves of the book framed a story teller who announced the famous tales and legends which will be depicted In gorgeous blossoms on January 1. MIDGET COW well-know- n Attorney General in New Office U has-been- has-bee- :i tt''- i or - k ':' has-bee- n Mm - 4X Schu-schnlgg- n I "Mabel," a Is d a great r" Angus, Aberdeen ft length and weighs 140 pounds. She Is perfectly formed. I j in Storms electricity by any one eiectric storm C03t about $30,000. Electricity To produce the ' 4M pet among the folks about Grafton, W. Va. The cow Is 29 Inches high, one yard In shilly-shallyin- g NU Servlc IS I. 4r Schu-schnlg- g Vt tk 5 " wasted would the 1 Attorney recently Washington. ill) ill . II fe jjLlMsiM lid General dedicated . Homer S. Cummings In his handsome office In new building of the Department of Justice In .