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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 8, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XXXIX JTVE CENTS A copy ASSOCIATED PRESS LEAKED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY TUESDAY AUGUST 8 1933 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 263 Pace Rapid in Capital No Evidence Is Seen There of Summer Doldrums By HERBERT PLUMMER WASHINGTON Aug 8 Its necessary for one to be in the capi tal himself to appreciate fully the terrific pace at which the various activities of the new administration are moving during these sultry days of a humid Washington summer There has been nothing like it since World war days Hotel keep ers report they are doing a business unrivaled since then Restaurant owners tell of hiring extra help With thousands of taxicahs on the streets operators are preparing to send out more Thousands Flock In Thousands flock la by plane and train to see about the NBA patron age or other things Telegraph com panies report increases in daily mes sages filed out of the capital The old adage so familiar to resi dents of Washington that congress out of town things slow down has been completely dis carded this summer In the agricul ture adjustment administration where are handled the contracts for reduction of cotton acreage so ter rific was the heat and so great the necessity for speed that the other night two workers were overcome and 25 others treated for nearpros tration Tuning Up Mechanism Wheels of that vast complicated and largely untried mechanism set up by the special session of con gress are all turning at top speed The job of putting theory Into pac tice is at hand Thestage of theor izing and legislative maneuvering is passing at least for the time be ing This is the day of the administra tors the coordlnators and what have you Where is It all to end no one as yet can say Even those most in timately concerned with the admin istration of the new regulatory laws make noattempt to conceal anxiety over this admittedly the crucial lentqr wJtii them v So much hangs on administrative skill Of that everyone is conscious Growing and Swelling President Wilson is said to have once remarked while discussing the men that he had named to high government posts in his administra tion that while some grew others merely swelled President Roosevelt has watched first from the Amberjack II then the white house and now from Hyde Park how his subordinates are dis charging their duties Has he been anxious watching those in whom he has placed sucli responsibility to see whether they grow or merely swell TWO DEAD AND THIRD MAY DIE Man Slays Cousin Wounds Another and Commits Suicide CHICAGO Aug 8 vic tims of a triple shooting were dead and the third lay critically wounded in a hospital today The scene of the tragedy was the kitchen of the home of Anthony Mazzonl One of the victims was his wife Anna who was shot and killed by her cousin Michael Ricci 31 as she went about preparing a meal Nearby sat Joseph Scafaro 28 playing solitaire Before turning the gun on himself Ricci ahot and crit ically wounded him Ricci died in a hospital today Scafaro was given a chance to recover AUNT HET By Robert Quillen He talks like a guide or a school teacher but he aint A man just gets that way if hes the only man in a house full o women WAVE SWEEPS CHILDREN TO SEA Italian AtrArmada Crosses Ocean on Way Home 2 BROTHERS SET DOT FOR POLAND FROM NEW YORK Start Test Flight to Harbor Grace but May Not Stop BULLETIN NEW YORK Aug 8 The Mackny Radio company announced this afternoon that General Italo Balbo with 15 planes of Ms Italian air ar mada was proceeding to Pontu Dclgada the Azores and that General Pellegrini with nine planes was landing at Horta SHOAL HARBOR N F Aug 8 Italian air armada of 24 seaplanes took off at a m EST today bound home across the Atlantic by way of the Azores Despite a fine mist along the coast Gen Italo Balbo Italian air minister and expedition comman dant gave the command for the 1500 mile hop The armada had been held here since July 26 by un favorable weather Balbo whose plane has led the ships on each lap since they left Or betello Italy on July 1 was again in the van as the ships took the air in threes He had studied weather reports from Horta the Azores just before leaving and pronounced everything ready Beforedawn mechanics inspected vhour the pfl ouT to tSerlno6red planes The present jaunt is one of the longest of the journey It was ex pected that the fleet would reach the destination well before night fall TO NATIVE LAND BULLETIN HAJRBOJt GRACE N F Aug 8 PolishAmeri can brothers Benjamin and Joseph Adamowicz on a test flight from New York In pre paration for a flight to Poland crashed here this afternoon The flyers were believed to have been injured BROOKLYN N Y Aug 8 Two PolishAmerican brothers Benjamin and Joseph Adamowicz who hope to fly from New York to their ancestral country Poland took off from Floyd Bennett airport early today on what they said was merely a test flight to Harbor Grace N F Airport attendants believed how ever that there was a strong pos sibility they might continue on across the ocean with orwithout a stop at Harbor Grace Start Unexpectedly Taking off unexpectedly at a m without making any announcement of their Intention un til just before the hopoff they took more than 500 gallons of gasoline with them attendants said Previously they had announced they would not make the transAt lantic hop until the third week in August Their big monoplane White Eagle powered with a 300 horse power motor was formerly The Liberty In which Otto Hillig and Holger Hoiriis flew to Denmark two years ago Another Pilot Along Emil Birgen another pilot ac companied the two brothers it was learned They did not announce whether he would accompany them on the eventful hop across the ocean The Adamowicz brothers are short stocky and uncommunicative men who have evinced more Interest in attending to their plane than to talking about themselves or their plans They live in Brooklyn and have been making preparations for the transAtlantic flight for several days Gandhis Wire Gets 6 Months in Prison AHMEDABAD India Aug 8 wife of the Mahatma Gandhi was sentenced today to six months simple imprisonment for her activ ities in connection with her hus bands renewed civil disobedience against the British authorities Mrs Gandhi was released fronr prison yesterday and was Immediately re arrested She had been taken In cus tody after the arrest of her husband Aug 1 when the new movement was launched Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Aug Hull s mighty able man arrived and told Roosevelt what the London conference had done that took the first five minutes then he told Roosevelt what could have been done if the nations had really wanted to do something that took hours Mr Roosevelt and Mr Moley are trying to discourage the kid napers When Missouri hangs that one that they sentenced its going to be terrible discourage ment to one of em This Oklahoma boy Johnson that is running this NRA you better not monkey with him He is hard boiled and is liable to make you do what you are sup posed to do Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1933 McNaunht Syndicate MINE WORKERS VOTE TO RETURN Action Taken After Appeal by Labor Adviser Sent by NRA UNIONTOWH Pa Aug 8 More than 100 heads of United Mine Workers locals representing about 20000 miners voted unanimously today to return to work In the soft coal fields of southwestern Penn Vj The action was TsKeSriofa rising vote after la bor adviser of the national recovery administration delivered a stirring appeal to the men to support Presi dent Roosevelts recovery proglam McGrady flew to the coal fields from Washington at the reguest of Gen Hugh S Johnson recovery ad ministrator Hundreds Mill About Several hundred persons many of them strikers milled about the streets as the decision was reached The men have been on strike for more than two weeks demanding recognition of the United Mine Workers of America Opposition to the return to work plan failed to materialize after Mc Gradys appeal brought directly from the administration in Wash ington Go Back to Work William Feeney president of the unions district No 4 said ter the meeting This means that the men will return to work tomorrow morning His statement was corroborated by Martin Ryan president of Colon ial No 4 local leader of a group that previously opposed return to the pits untifl full recognition of the union is granted by the com panies Ransom Money Paid for Urschel Release in Minneapolis Bank MINNEAPOLIS Aug S Part of the ransom money paid kidnapers for the release of Charles F Urschel Oklahoma City oil mil lionaire has been discovered In a Minneapolis bank federal investiga tors disclosed today Wanted in Iowa on Bad Check Charges STERLING Colo Aug 8 Sheriff Harry G Utley of Manches ter Iowa is enroute for W A Jar vis said to be wanted in Iowa on bad check charges NEWSPAPERS TO SEEK APPROVAL FOR THEIR CODE Publishers Group Makes Provisions for Hours and Wages TEXT ON PAGE 13 WASHINGTON Aug 8 The American Newspaper Publish ers association today proposed to the recovery administration a code for newspaper operations providing shortening of hours minimum wages higher than provided in the blanket agreement maintenance of existing contractsand the reserva tion of the constitutional right of a free press In the document for which ap proval was requested the publish ers agreed After August 31 before then up on approval by the president not to employ any person under 16 years of age except for the deliv ery or sale of newspapers where such work does not Interfere with hours of day school and except per sons between 14 and 16 years of age for other work between 7 a m and 7 p m not to exceed three hours a day in employment in other than mechanical or manufacturing departments Retain All Contracts Not to worK any accounting cler ical office sales em iii any office lor department for more than 40 hours in any one week ex cept as provided in existing con tracts and agreements Not to employ any factory or mechanical worker or artisan more than 40 hours a week except as provided in existing contracts and agreements but with the right to work a maximum week of 44 hours for any six weeks within any six months period during the term of this agreement Professionals Exempt That the maximum hours fixed above shall not apply to professional persons employed in their profes sion nor to employes employed in a managerial executive or super visory capacity who receive more than a week nor to special cases where restrictions of hours of highly skilled workers on continu ous processes would unavoidably re duce production but in any such special cases at least time and one third shall be paid for hours worked in excess of the maximum except as provided in existing contracts and agreements However when necessary be cause an emergency overtime and extra shifts above the limita tions herein set forth shall be per mitted provided that no employe other than one engaged on emer gency maintenance or repair work shall be permittedto work more than 48 hours in any one week Under the code it was also agreed Minimum Set Not to pay a1 full time account ing clerical ofu j service or sales employes except outside employes in any office or department less than a week in any city of over 500000 population or in the imme diate trade area of such city nor less than 51450 a week in any city of between 250000 and 500000 or in the Immediate trade area of such city nor less than a week in cities of between 2500 and 250000 population or less than a week in towns of less than 2500 popula tion The proposed code was submitted in behalf of daily newspapers of the Turn lo Fnice 8 Column 3 Only Repeal Delegates on Arizona Election Ballot PHOENIX Ariz Aug 8 Arizona voted on the wet and dry question today and dry leaders agreed they have only an outside chance of keeping this state from becoming the twentyfirst to ratify the proposed repeal amendment to the federal constitution Because the drys were unable to obtain enough signatures on initia tive petitions only repeal candi dates for delegates to a state con vention to pass on the amendment appear on the ballot Antirepeal votes however may be written in Last November Arizona swept all state prohibition laws from Its statute books A temperance society has carried to the state supreme court an ap peal from a lower court decision in an effort to have the election de clared unconstitutional and void on the ground it does not conform to the pattern for repeal referenda stipulated by law Voters also will nominate a suc cessor to Lewis W Douglas re signed as congressman to become federal budget director The polls open at 6 a m and close at 6 p m mountain stand ard TALKS TO IOWANS LOUIS A JOHNSON U S Commander and Governor on Legion Program Johnson Raps Goldbrickers Herring Lauds Spirit of Legion DUBTJQUE Aug 8 Gover nor Heirip g atid XxDuia Johnsonna head lined the speaking program today of the Iowa state convention Legionnaires in session here This afternoon drum and bugle corps bands and Legionnaires joined in the annual atate parade A state champion bugle corps was to be named from the parading con testants Governor Herring was accompan ied here by Attorney General OConnor State Treasurer Wegman Secretary of Agriculture Murray and Adjutant General Grahl Attacks Goldbrickcrs Commander Johnson urged eco nomy in government attacked goldbrickcrs who he said are a detriment to truly disabled war vet erans and criticized the issuance of federal tax exempt securities in an address before the Iowa state Legion convention here today Goldbrickcrs Johnson said are continually being paraded to the detriment of the truly disabled At the same time let us not forget that all the goldbrlckers in Ameri ca werent on the veterans list Appeals for Help The national commander ap pealed to Legion and Legion aux iliary members to help oppose ex travagance in government where ever found If we are going to have honest economy he asserted then let our government call in those tax exempt securities so that the dol H Column S BOARD TO SPEED PENDING CODES Johnson Wants Everyone to Be Under Blue Eagle in Two Weeks WASHINGTON Aug 8 employers the country over went to day an indirect but renewed warn ing that Hugh S Johnson recov ery administrator wants everybody under the blue eagle in two weeks With that goal in mind he ap pointed a special board to consider and speed temporary application of tho many pending codes that fix minimum wages and minimum hours for as many trades When the two weeks have ex pired the administrator now plans a concerted appeal for consumers to buy only from the men who are entitled to display the hhie eagle Names Board Members As members of that board John son named Robert T Stevens a deputy administrator Edward R Stettinius secretary of the recov ery administrations industrial ad visory board Robert K Straus an administrative assistant to John son W Woolston of the labor ad visory board and Kilbourne John ston son of the administrator The hope Is that this board may speed study of the many pending Turn lo PflRe 8 Column I REC STANBERY GLOBEGAZETTE FOUNDER DEAD Publisher of Mason City Dies in California Rec Stanbery who for a half cen ury played a vigorous part in the newspaper publishing and printing Justness in Mason City died at his home in Sierra Madre Cal Mon day night according to a telegram o local relatives For several decades during the period when newspapers came and vent in rapid succession Mr Stan bery stood out as the most conspi cuous journalistic figure in the com munity He was the founder of both the lobeGazette and the Times daily newspapers that later combin ed Started Daily Globe Mr Stanbery first introduced the daily newspaper in the community n 1893 when he founded the Dally 31obe Mr Stanbery himself was the publisher while N V Brower was editor and Churles H Gelo city editor The Globe soon assumed an important place in the journalistic field and not long afterwards ab sorbed the Gazette a weekly news paper operated by his brother Har ry Staribery In 1894 Mr Stanbery oold a hal InterestitpW HJ Peedan saidintn 1885he sold the remain ing interest to Capt S A Marine The partnership of Peedan and Ma rinc continued until 1J98 when thej sold out to Muse and Conroy Also Founded Times Mr Stanbery also founded thi Daily Times which he later com binecl with the Herald a newspaper which he had started earlier At the time Mr Stunbery oper ated the GlobeGazette the office occupied the basement of the build Ing now used by the Style Shoppc Except for a short time when he started operated and sold a news paper in Mitchell S Dak Mr Stanberys dynamic publishing ca reer was spent in Mason City from 1SG4 to 1910 when he moved to Cal ifornia Mr Stanbery was born Dec 10 1855 at East Bcnton Vinton coun ty and came to Clear Lake with his parents and brothers and siscrs in 1858 The family moved to Owens Grove in 1850 from where young Flee came to Mason City and began iiis restless newspaper career His father was W C Doc Stanbery first mayor of Mason City and one of tho most important of the early settlers Survivors Listed Mi Stanbery is survived by two sisters Mra Flora F Arman Sierra Madrc and Mrs Jessie May Elder Mason City and two brothers Har ry Stanbery Pasadena and Henry Mose Stanbery Brothers and sis ters who havo died arc John Stan bery Tom Stanbery William Stan bery Jennie Elder Maggie Francis co and Belle Van Vlcck Other sur vivors are a daughter Mrs Eliza beth Stanbery Smith and two grandchildren Justin and Recom pense Wallace Idaho Local relatives have not learned when tlie funeral will be but burial is to take place in the Mountain View cemetery at Pasadena President in Session Over Money Issue No Communication on Cuban Situation Received HYDE PARK N Y Aug 8 P President Roosevelt went into onference today with a special taff of monetary experts in a ses ion expected to review completely he problem of inflation and the nanagement of currency Secretary Voodin is scheduled to be here to norrow James Warburg special financial dvisor to the London economic onference and the two professors ieorge Warren of Cornell and ames H Rogers of Yale who have een making a secret study of gov mment finance motored here Marvin H Mclntyre a secretar o the president reported that no ommunications had been received y Mr Roosevelt from the critical luban situation He is leaving the problem of mod ition in tho hands of Ambassador Velles Report Netherlands to Recognize Russia ROTTERDAM Aug 8 ognition of soviet Russia by the Netherlands government was under stood today to he Included in the terms of a commercial treaty for which negotiations were recently Initiated at The Hague The pact also suggested it was said that of the soviet trade now passing through Hamburg Germany be transferred to some Dutch port Iowas NRA Board to Meet Wednesday DBS MOINES Aug S NRA board is scheduled to meet to morrow to discuss alleged violation the national recovery code The session is dependent upon Gov Clyde Herrings return from the Legion convention at Dubuque 1 KNOWN DEAD AND 6 MISSING AT N Y BEACH Rescue Crews Work to Revive Others With Inhalators NEW YORK Aug 8 east one child was drowned and ix were missing today after a big vave swept a large group of chil dren off a sandbar at Rockaway each Queens The huge wave and undertow iwept 15 to 18 persons from the sandbar and an hour later nine chil dren had been taken from the water suffering from submersion Rescue TCWB labored with inhalators to evive them The children ranged in age from 10 to 15 years and were from the rivate Judah Childrens home Jrooklyn Four of those taken from the vater Were rushed to Rockaway beach hospital Ambulances police and coast guard crews were rushed to the scene MACHADO SEEKS TO KEEP POWER Country Counts Strike Cost in Terms of Mounting ire Causes Damage of in Paint Store at Iowa City IOWA CITY Aug 8 believed to have been caused by spontaneous combustion in oily rags resulted in damage estimated al more than 520000 in the Stilwell paint store here early this morning The fire was discovered about a m before It had By JOHN P MCKNIGHT HAVANA Aug 8 torn Cuba today counted the cos of a widespread strike in terms o a mounting death toll and a tens political situation complicated hj demands for President Machado resignation and his efforts to reea tablish peace by armed force Machine guns and heavy guards at public buildings were withdrawn after upwards of 20 persons were killed and 120 wounded during a demonstration last night which fol lowed a report that Machado had quit but hundreds of army re serves were held ready in their barracks today for any emergency The A B C opposition society lad broadcast a report that the iresidcnt hud agreed to withdraw vhereupon thousands rushed into ho streets in an hilarious mood Thousands gathered at the capitol Mfty uniformed policemen hurried o the scene to be joined by mounted officers Appeals for Defense In a blaze of rifle pistol and sub machine gun fire scores fell dead and wounded Similar scenes oc curred in other parts of Havana and demonstrations in which sev ral were killed took place in near by towns Almost immediately Machado ap pealed to the nation to defend the independence at all costs and declared his government lad always been well disposed to vard laborers thousands of whom ow are on a strike called in some Hrcles a passive revolution against the govcrnnent His sccreutry Ramiro Gueria atcr gave ouc a statement which Turn to rose 8 Column 4 ing the flames Most of the stoclc wait ruined by heat and smoko and damage to the building was estimated at 54000 Boy Saved by Heart Operation Charged With Being Bandit CHICAGO Aug 8 and counter charges filled the air oday as the 16 year old boy who was snatched from death when A surgeon performed an emergency operation and sewed up a knlfo vound In his heart was accused of icing a member of a young band of robbers The boy Ellhu Garmisa continued on the road to apparent recovery with five stitches in hii eart SEE CON SCHEME INSANBORN CASE Family of Former St Paul Man Has Theory in His Slaying NEW YORK Aug 8 family of Henry F Sanborn slain railroad executive and formerly of St Paul believes an attempt to en snare him in some gold brick scheme preceded his murder Sanborn disappeared from his New York office July IT never to reappear until his bullet torn body was found buried bead down In a hastily dug grave in Queens On the day he disappeared said Mrs Grant Van Sant socially prominent sister of the victim he was in a great hurry to get some where and he told people at his office that a man was waiting to lake him to Long Island and that he would sec them next day We think it was a business deal and that he went to close the deal and discovered It was a gold brick scheme Magnhilde Almskaar 27 year ol fiancee of Sanhorn was reportcc near collapse today MASON CITY WINS LEGION HONORS Jost Is First in Community Service Hampton Leads Smaller Cities DUBIJQUE Aug 8 Ma ion City post of the American Le gion today was given the 3033 com munity service award nt the ntati Legion convention Mason City was first in the claasi ication of cities of more than 5001 population with Cedar Rapids sec ond Hampton won first in thu class of cities from 1000 to vlth Iowa Falls second and Kaloni von the award for cities less than 1000 followed hy Hudson Davis Father of Boulder Dam Dies OAKLAND Cal Aug 8 Vrthur Powell Davis 72 intent ionally known engineer and wldclj mown na the father of Boulder Dam died Monday after an illnesi of several months SZe Wea IOWA WEATHER Generally fair Tuesday night nml Wednesday except unset tled in south portion Tuesday afternoon and night slightly warmer Wednesday and In ex treme northwest portion Tues day night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather for 24 hour period ending at I oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday BO Minimum in Night f5 At 8 A M Tuesday 71 The mercury reached si new higl for the month Monday   

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