WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 193
-Associated Press Photo.
This picture, sent by radio from London to New York after being transmitted by telephone from Rome
London, shows Gen. Emilio de Bono (on horseback), commander of Italian forces in northern Ethiopia,
he and other leaders dedicated a monument at Aduwa to Italian soldiers who were slain in the first battle
Aduwa in 1896. The dedication followed formal occupation of the city by Italian troops.
Marketing And Grading Of
Crop To Be Regulated
GRAND RAPIDS, Oct. 22. - (P) -
The men who grow and market
Michigan's huge potato crop -350
of them - were on record today as
favoring a marketing agreement and
the diversion of their surplus for live-
stock feeding, the manufacture of
potato flour, starch and alcohol as
proposed by representatives of the
Agricultural Adjustment administra-
tion in order to stimulate prices.
The growers and producers con-
cluded the first of five regional meet-
ings planned by the AAA in potato
areas with the appointment of a com-
mittee yesterday which will petition
the secretary of agriculture to prom-
ulgate botp plans.
The committee was created by a
resolution sponsored by Samuel T.
Metzger, former state commissioner
of agriculture. It includes Joseph T.
Bussey, Lake Leelanau; Simeon P.
Martin, Stanton; D. C. Redpath, Kal-
amazoo; Percy King, Pontiac; Fred
P. Hibst, Cadillac; A. F. Wieringa,
Middleville; and Thomas Buel, El-
The proposed marketing agreement
would provide for regulation of in-
terstate shipments of culls or other
low grade tubers and, in the event
of continued low prices, the regula-
tion of better grades through pro-
ration under agreement. The agree-
ment could not become operative until
approved by 50 per cent of the han-
dlers and 65 per cent of the pro-
ducers. A hearing is planned for
Grand Rapids early in November.
AAA Would Pay Growers
Under the proposed surplus di-
version plan, the AAA would pay
growers 25 cents for each hundred-
weight diverted for fodder and for
approved inidustrial uses. K. P. Be-
mis, AAA economic adviser, told grow-
ers funds for the payments would
come from duties on imports, segre-
gated by Congress for the purchase
cf agricultural surpluses.
John B. Hutson of Washington,
AAA truck crops chief, told the grow-
ers that it was doubtful that any ac-
tion that could be taken would raise
the price of the 1935 crop of parity.
"We would feel, however, that our
efforts had been worthwhile," he
added, "if the price were maintained
at three-fourths of parity, or around
Parity is 89.6 cents a bushel, and
the average price received by growers
of the nation last year has been esti-
mated at 52. Parity for Michigan
was reported at 59 cents a bushel.
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LOST: Grey and red Schaeffer foun-
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MOL HEADS WELFARE GROUP
Martin J. Mol, Washtenaw County
welfare agent, was named president
of the Michigan Association of Coun-
ty Welfare Agents at the annual busi-
ness session held recently in the Un-
Meetings of the association were
held in conjunction with the State
conference of Social Workers.
Germany To U.S.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 22.-(/P) -
A probable airship service between
Germany, the United States and
South America is planned by Dr.
Hugo Eckener's Zeppelin company.
Commander Garland Fulton, who
made ararngements with the com-
pany for the use of navy facilities at
Lakehurst, N. J., and Miami, Fla.,
said today he "understood" such a
tri-continent service was contem-
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-Associated Press Puoto.
Light, speedy tanks were used effectively to clear the way to Aduwa by Italian forces in their drive to
capture the Ethiopian city. This is an actual war picture, taken aloiig the Aduwa-Adigrat front, where the
terrain is rough and broken and in some spots almost imnassible.
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