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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 12, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                Dalrymple Ont of Job Ends Stormy Career as Director of Prohibition By HERBERT FLUMMER 11 J ma IIUL1 hihiM8 dljeetor the nations pro hibition forces the big major carries away with him docu mentary proof of loyal coopera tion from his chief Just before the prohibition b u reau was merged with the bureau of investigation Attorney Gener a 1 Cummings wrote him In certain quarters I un M CONSISTS nP CROWDS RIOT AS MACHADO QUITS been constant friction between us irom the time of your appointment and that I have been irritated bv the manner in which you have dis cha charged your duties Nothing of course further from the truth could be I f Career Stormy Perhaps no other appointment in the new administration was the storm center as that of Major Dal rymplc His career as prohibition director here was brief but vivid He had been in office only three weeks before he was the center of a controversy il became noised about that brewing permits had been is sued to eastern gangsters the hur ricane broke around his head Things were complicated further when it became known that he had shifted a Pacific coast administra tor without foreknowledge of the attorney general Dalrymple became irritated at what he termed slight criticisms of his office In a turbulent press conference he dictated a statement der about hta acUorisaince SeaS director he pounded his desk and refused to say anything further MultiplyingRumors Immediately rumors that Dal Tymples days as prohibition dircc tor were numbered began to spread It was also hinted that he and Sen ator McAdoo of California who nad advocated his appointment had come to a parting of the ways Speculation as to how long he would remain in office was in creased by his appearance before the ways and means committee of the house in support of a bill that would legalize 11 per cent wine while at the same time re expressed his opposition to the repeal of the eighteenth amendment There have been many czars of prohibition crossing the Wash ington stage Cramer of Ohio was the first in the closing days of the Wilson administration Roy Haynes of Ohio was next Then followed General Andrews Dr Doran Sey mour Lowman Mabel Walker Wille brandt and finally Co Amos W W Woodcock who went out when the new administration came in March 4 BOND FOR EACH SET AT BY U S JUDGE 2 True Bills Returnee by Special Federal Grand Jury t h the 12 four Terrible of Chicago liam Hamm Jr kidnap s y0 returned today by a spe cial federal grand jury Federal Judge Robert C Bell fixed bail at each at the o his henchmen Gus Schachel alias Gloomy Gils Schafer Eddie McFadden and All four are held in Milwaukee charged with the abduc tion of the millionaire St Paul brewer The indictments charged trans portaUon in interstate commerce of a kidnaped person held for ransom and conspiracy to transport in in terstate commerce a kidnaped per son held for ransom both charges coming under the socalled Lind bergh kidnaping law enacted bv congress in 1932 ers Says BEVERLY HILLS Cal Aug A I know is just what I read in the papers I see where U S Congressman Hamilton lush who made a mighty fine record with the rough riders in Cuba has offered our president the support of the entire repub lican party in case of invasion of Cuba great Hamilton fish is a mighty fine patriotic citizen but I would sure hate to go into Cuba or even the littlest country on earth with nothing behind me but the re publican party Suppose they shot em both where would you Yours WILL ROGERS Copyrljlit 1033 McNaoght COMPROMISE ON STRIKE SOUGHT Five Leaders of Milk War in New York State Call on Governor N Y Aug 12 Declaring that they were ready to listen to peace proposals if Gov Herbert HLehman should extend them five of the six leaders of the New York milk strike called at the governors office today for a com promise talk KILLED IN GUN BATTLE Kansas City Sheriff Shoots Two and Third Dies of Wounds Reach Agreement on Code to Rule Grain Elevators Draft Is Prepared to Go to Washington Wednesday for Approval AugJ2 sentativesof 40 associations of country grain elevators reached agreement today on a code to gov working lon Balbo Fleet Finishes Its Long Flight Alights at Month of Tiber on Return From U S PJUMCINO Italy Aug 12 u Balbt and his comrades of the Italian air armada completed the journey of more than 12000 miles to Chicago and return when they alighted here this afternoon to the cheers of hundreds of thousands of enthusiastic spectators The last plane of the armada nf f h th3 airport at the raouth at Pm m Ltrj as the cruiser Diaz was tiring a noisy salute Mussolini rjcused many affectns scenes as tha pilots hastened to embrace their wives and children The last POrtu al ht W8S Lisbon Premier Mussolini accorded Gen eral Balbo and his flyers the high est evidence of personal esteem Ind fervently embraced and kissed Un bearded general on both cheeks and embraced each officer Balbos UNDER NRA RULE More Than Million and Half Workers to Be Affected WASHINGTON Aug 12 LT1 Employes of four more major indus KANSAS cn aia by 12 UPI con third shots with the The two assailants who were in a motor car were slain by Sheriff Bash and the ihird who vL afoot died from wounds they had inflicted before the sheriff interrupted them The shootings took place at Arm our boulevard and Forest district aPartment house Dead arc Identified f to be taken ne code wai prepared to Washington nfix who Gus AUNT HET By Robert Quillen It aint Emilys smokin that aggravates me I just hate to see anybody look that awkward Ferris J Anthon the man was afoot Sam Hogg and Fasone alias Sam Stine Police records show Anthon was indicted Sept 29 1332 by a federal grand jury m Chicago as a mem ber of an alcohol ring A third man in the motor car oc cupied by Hogg and Fasone was captured when he attempted to flee and another was reported to have escaped The captured man gave his name as Charles Gargotta 33 and denied he was in the killers Runner Returned Fire Sheriff Bash accompanied bv Mrs Bash Miss Melva Taylor and Lawrence Hodges a deputy sheriff was driving home He saw a man running and two men in the front seat of a big black sedan shooting at him The runner returned the fire and fell in the street Taking a riot gun from the mo Calu Sot out of th car with Hodges and said he fire at the car when the men fired a him and his deputy The two me m the car slumped In the seat fa tally wounded Gargotta was taken the sheriff said when ne ran acros the street firing a revolver at officers Rushed to Husband Mrs Anthon an attractive blond who had been standing on the oo posite side of the street screamed and rushed to her husband She told officers her husband was locking hii motor car when someone started shooting at him Some of the shots went through apartment windows Armour boule vard an arterial highway became motor BMame and presented to the agricultural adjustment administra tion Leaders at the conference re yealed the general lines along whic th was drawn but not the Unfair 1nictices Unfair practices and destructive competition are treated in a general way said George E Booth head ot the National Federation of Country Grain Elevator associa tions but the provisions are left to the regional groups of elevators to determine upon and make contact vith the administration Tile code indorses the presidents mployment agreement with pro visions made for maintaining ser ice That is elevators must neces to receive grain when they want All of Country Booth said the fact that the eleva tors under the code extended to all parts of the country made it diffi cult to draft a code suitable for all He pointed out it was the first time elevators of all kinds cooperative and privately owned had met in conference The national association of feed dealers met in conjunction with the e evator men and drew up a code along the same lines and uLiiuer oalDO S colleagues In the government the Inventor Guglielmo Marconi and tile kings aviator cousin the Duke of Oasta gave him a similar wel come Cordial Handshake United States Ambassador Breclc cnrVee gave the general a cordial handshake saying in Italian I congratulate you on the suc lWk flight In the the orloV As the representative ofTfirgovernment of the United States the people whence you just returned here you made such a great impression I extend you conglatu lations and to your officers and men felicitations and salute his majesty the king the chief of gov ernment and the fascist state of Italy which has made possible such a demonstration of bravery and ef ficiency Crowd on Banks Huge throngs blackened the banks of the Tiber throughout the afternon chanting fascist hymns They broke into thunderous an Jlause as the drone of motors was ollowed by the squadron itself weeping in from the Tyrrhenian ea Balbo led his air fleet low over the river port of the nearby beach resort of Ostia then roared inland dipping low over Rome and re turned to the airport with the approval by Hugh S John son of modified presidential reem ployment agreements More than 1500000 workers were officially estimated as affect ed immediately by the action un der which the employers may sign wth Presidcntal agreement with their own modified wage and hour specifications and receive the blue eagle tuition estimated that 150000 new jobs would be pro vided under the four temporary agreements and that millions of dollars would be added to annual payrolls and to mass power by the minimum wages 04 Now In Effect Approval of these brought to 64 the number of temporary wage and Ue hCh have Of OLD REGM INDUSTRIES PUT Bo dent of island rom 1 c Irn Wtter enemies with Me oral n out as a result of the ilcnt V former prcsl M hcalth Now FU Wlth Six permanent codes also have been made effective by nnh Permanent codes a number more have been set for hearings and hundreds are under analysis with hearing to be act IN FORCE IN 2 WEEKS Te sneriff aec the department of justice aid in ferreting out the motive or the slaying of Anthon o n MOINES Aug 12 UWD O Milligarj president of the West ern Mutual Fire Insurance com pany declared today that a nation al code under which country eleva tors of the nation will operate should be approved and in force within two weeks time Milligan returned today from Chicago where state officers of ele vator associations and mutual in surance companies met to draft a code A national association of country elevator operators was formed to facilitate handling of th agreement Examined by Theis The suggested code was exam med by Frank Theis of theUnited States department of agriculture according to Milligan and tenta Wrova IOWA RECEIVES RELIEF GRANT 95 From US Brings Total for State Up to the temporary modified agreements to bring workers under maximum hour and minimum wage MAJOR BATTLES WASHINGTON Aug 12 quick glimpse at the sta tus of major matters pending be fore NRA official working out trade practice codes Hearings continuing Lumber steel oil shoesDe puties and advisors working on hearings Revisions to be by the industry WASHINGTON Aug 12 unemployment relief grants of 529714 to New York and 5813095 to Iowa were announced today by the federal relief administration Iowas grant was on a matching basis for state expenditures in the second quarter Total received thus far by Iowa amounts to New Yorks allotment was a re imbursement for one third of the amount spent by that state in the first quarter and brought her total of federal funds received to date to at the earliest possible moment the l Menocal Says Cuba Can Come Back Quickly Now OF REVIEW NAMED Steck Murphy and Haynes to Decide Disability Claims WASHINGTON Aug 12 Jjprmer Senator Daniel F Steck of Ottumwa and two leaders in Iowa veterans circles were named Fridav as the special board to review Iowa veterans claims Welles in Oustihg Machado 12 of the par MIAMI Fla Aug pressing appreciation Played by American miner Welles in the resignation o v Gerardo Machado Gen nrio G Menocal declared today SLAIN IN HAVANA Palace Sacked by Wild Mob Cespedes to Be New President HAVANA Aug 12 AVPrcsi dent Gerardo Machados regime co lapsed today and its downfall was celebrated by the sacking of the presidential palace and the killing ot at least five members of the dreaded Maclmdo secret police Carlos Manuel do Cespedes form er ambassador to the United Statec was named provisional president aa exhuberant and sometimes vicious mabs were wrecking the fixtures ci the presidential palace and coura mg through the streets cheerlne and singing 6 All communication with interior Cuba was cut off and the capital there871 hat ns on Storm Newspaper Shouting opponents of Maclmdo stormed the office of Heraldo de nnrt HV1CWSPaper whlch Jmd ported him The building wai set on fire and the interior wrecked Meanwhile another mob carried a pmno out of the presidential palace and earned It to tho office of the Dmricde la Marina an opposition piSS was ra of th Bouvtin tory G day ln Cubuu hla General Machado was believed to hlVOUtry estate 03tuiae of y BUarded Shplj Dead mneZ Who the the secret po shot dead by soldiers His to them May Take Off Glove cd offi forecwt that the glove soon be peeled back from recovery drive First bituminous coal men selves expected the agreement differs from other sa in the following points 1No free storage of grain elevators will be countenanced Public Warehouse 2 All elevators in storing grain shall do so as a public warehouse f designed for the protection of pro ducers who place grain in storage Milligan explained Labor provisions of the intended ode follow closely the NRA code by President Roosevelt xcept that allowance Is made for ne fact that operation of elevators s a seasonable business he added Ban on Gold Export Is Lifted for Ores WASHINGTON Aug 12 Gold export prohibitions have bee amended by the treasury depart ment to permit the shipment of th metal m the form of unretortec amalgam cyanide precipitates con centrates and unsmclted ore Lindbergh and Wife Hop Off for Iceknd COPENHAGEN DENMARK Aug 12 Charles A Lind bergh and his wife hopped off todav from Julianehaab Greenland for Reyijavik Iceland Jllne Wifoon Dies OKLAHOMA CITY Aug 12 m Mae Wilson formerly of Knoxvllle and social service in vestigator at the veterans bureau ffcrences over pending developments cited to sup ten ii that more than gentle persuasion is in store tenant generals In states to organize family buvcri intn groups purchasing yundcry the bTue To Donate Services by NRA tlat mo uon picture stars whose names were not made public will donate their onTeco a feftturets Explanation by Hugh S Johnson recovery administrator that if necessary the federal trade com mission and the department of jus tice eventually will be used to en recovery act 1 of Johnson to accept the Ushers by newsPaPer PUb uction from William Green president to 48 state federations of ati v and report vio lationby those delaying the blue n nn of the board are Col Glenn C Haynes of Des Momes and J Ray Murphy of Ida Grove a leader in the American Le gion Named ns alternates were former Governor N E Kendall of DCS Moines Bernard A Brown of Sioux yty and E J Feuling of New Hampton They will serve when the orginal members are unavailable Representing the veterans admin istration on the board of review will ne ur F Bresnalmn medical ex aminer Lincoln Nebr and Lec j Christcnsen adjudicator nlso 0C Lincoln Made by Itoosevelt The appointments made by Pres announced by Brig Frank T HInes administrator of veterans affairs The board will decide whctli veterans whose disabilities are no obviously traceable to actual servic are entitled to compensation Every reasonable doubt ought t be resolved in favor of the veteran General Hincs said in a letter t each board member written at Pre sent Roosevelts direction H stressed the governments obligatio to disabled veterans and urged th most careful possible consideratio of each separate claim Off Pension JJit Menocal former t dent of Cuba and leader of the lachaclo opposition asserted the general strike was the voice of the eoplc of Cuba and precipitated the owjifnll of Machado all other differences arc easily settled I have every confidence in the final Judgment of the people ROOSEYEL70N WAY TO CAPITAL Inspects Conservation Corps Camp on Shenandoah Valley Trip H thfplctly hov manv members of the Porra had been slain could not tiblsned immediately but the total wag at five ullc e A howlingmob carryingits Icari Use NRA Stores Announcement by Harry L Hop that hereafter his buy supplies from NRA stores hubmission to Secretary Wallace for approval of tt sugar stabiliza tion plan despite a threat of its rc ection by western sugar beet growers In the coal hearings continuing oday Johnson made clear that he would not permit the final code to lo Tagf 3 Column 1 Regulations made recently by th president strike off the pension Us those veterans whose disabilities ar not service connected but the boar s established to consider bordei line there is doub as to the origin of disability Hines explained that the veterans administration members of the board were drawn from an outside area to provide fresh viewpoints fateck is an attorney and a World war veteran Hayneg served in both the SpanishAmerican and World a Lleutclnnt Colonel in Hie 168th infantry during the World war and past Iowa department com mander of the Legion Active In Murphy also an attorney has been active in the Legions program and Is chairman of its national leg islative committee Brown was rin assistant attorney general for five years He served ns a captain in the World war state commander of the disabled Ameri can veterans and judge advocate of nn8 Porcgn Wars a ft newspaper publisher president of the Iowa Press association the historic Shenandoah valley to inspcct n scrxation corps camps on his wav hack to the white house y His motor caravan left Harrison burg Vn where he departed from his special train He expects to reach the whito house before night all to give personal attention to Colonni i demonstrator Colonel Jimenez had turned his Kun on a group of soldiers He was fm mediately shot down Approved by Army President de Cespedes was an proved for the post of chioT cxccS vc not only ly all of the politica bnUt hy tllc A At p ni the Cabana fort ress gave the new head of the na tion a salute of 21 guns ilh of the President Alberto Herrera will remain as secretary of war For two this until 12 oclock General Herrera was the legal preT V s he hn nf uo of secretary of cnForarlly that he might becftm remotal Became effectivo before noon IrcArrangcil Plan All this was according to a nre irrnngcd plan The Machado fol lowers had hoped yesterday to nr Tirn la 1njn 2 Ccihimo 3 Rosevct kept in by wire and commuul telephone Secretary Wallace and Assistant Secretary of the agricul tural department Robert Fechner chief of the civilian conservation corps and Senator Harry F Byrd of Virginia joined the president at our Killed and Four Hurt in Train Wreck T SALISBURY Ma Aug 12 011 our men wero fatally injured nd four others hurt in the erailment of a passenger express rain of the Pennsylvania railroad ear here early today udge Kenyon III at Maine Summer Home DES MOINES Aug 12Word received of the serious illness f Federal Judge William S Ken on of Fort Dodge who suffered heart attack at his summer home t Sebasco Maine IOWA WEATHER fllr Snturday night and Sunday Cooler Saturday nfiHt except In the extreme portion Cooler aay In Uir Bouthcnst portion LOCAL STATISTICS weather figures for 24 hour period ending at R oclock Saturday morning Mnximuni Friday nn Minimum ln Night a At fl A M Saturdnr 70 u nights brief downpour lav the quick disbursal of a crowd the f witness the quarterfinals Iowa Southern Minnesota d talon Tament to taled only a seventh of an inch and n this socUon In need of further moisture WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO Aug 12 Weather For the upper Mississippi and lower Miflsouri a W northern and central great not much precipitation Indicated temperatures mostly near normal in north portions and above normal at times in south portions   

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