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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                A n TWO Valley Forge Like Death Valley to Camp Dodgers Various Opinions Held on Army Life as Mason City kuard Companies Prepare to Return By ELDER JAMES GAMP DODGE Sept 2 sassy notes of the bugle along witt fhriu blast ot the sergeant whistle will soon cease to disturl the trsnquifity of the guardsman1 day for the annual encampment i nearly ended Various opinions are held 6s to the desirability of and facilities for an enjoyable existanc in a military life Some say it is very pleasing oth ers seem contented and say very little either way and still others utter dark remarks clouded with an overflow of profanity with the gen eral intention of conveying the wea that theres no place like home at least not in the army Sleeping Fatty Dressed This camp is so cold at night it would Valley Forge look like Death Valley Some of the men have been sleeping fully dressed others partially clothed and once in awhile some dont get into camp in time to sleep at all Crude chants and perturbing sounds thought by some to be singing oc casionally stir up the peace and quiet after taps thereupon making sleeping a difficult proposition However the men have been about half way considerate arid the colo nel has not found it necessary to call out the guard with fixed bay onets to quiet the rumpus At the hour of on Saturday mght Mason City boys will depart MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE the camp on special train which will arrive at Mason Cltv around 6 or Sunday morning They leave behind the majority of the military behavior but the memory at the camp life will re main in the hearts of the men for Boxlng a Draw Jimmy Crabb of company F drew with a man from the service company of Fairfleld in the cham pionship boxing match He exhibit ed a high grade of boxing and al though he was matched with a good man who passed out plenty of punishment Crabb came through in a considerably better condition at the end of the fourth round than his opponent The referee refused to let the fight go another round and frankly admitted that he was un able to give a decision so it was agreed to divide the championship honors Bobby Leewright of company H was successful in capturing both the championship in his weight in wrestling and the checker eham BALLOON RAGES HOLD SPOTLIGHT Pilots of Five Nations All Set to Seek Distance Records CURTIS WRIGHT REYNnT no AIRPORT CHICAGO The annual Gordon Ben nett balloon rates held tho spotlight of interest at the international air races today Ths pilots representing Ir ffr to float away n their balloons this afternoon in BURNS TO DEATH Windsor Says Read Love Affair Is inflatitisr the big bags vith hydrogen was begun last night and with the weather man r favorable rn Com who eather man providing forecasts arrangements to release the first one CST this after pilot waa Lieut T G W Settle of the navy won the race last year at year a Basel Switzerland He was sched uled to be the third to leave the field preceded by Ward T Van Or Dvn the of Its kind to be held at am camp Murphy also of company H thf shortly before ya3 defeated by Galloway of How comnut atteIntin tzer compan in tho 120 o ThP company in tho 120 pound di vision of the boxing Tho fight ai0fr ookcd even and a large group of he spectators thought it was turphys fight but Galloway was ivarded the decision and Weather forecasters said the bal the but they attempting to wind ance re expected to stay and a distance t 500 miles would be con AT LEAST SEVEN DEAD IN STORM Gale Moves on Over Cuba Trail of Injuries and Damage in Wake HAVANA Sept 2 swift fierce hurricane visited its wrath on western Pinar del Rio province to day after causing at least seven deaths and G4 injuries and uncount I CAN STOP HITCH IN COAL PARLEY death Associated Press photo roads would not be wise even if were legally applicable In Cleveland A F Whitney chairman of the Railway Labo expresse cd property losses in central Cuban states three west As communication lines were re paired reports came from communi ties of shattered houses broken power lines and damaged crops Looting In Hnvann Havana spent much of last night in darkness which meant looting in many districts Soldiers and pfl Hce under orders to shoot looters at sight killed two men caught plllag 1CK ruins in the Vavado section The capltalharl been vyarnea of xhestorma approach biit hcVetlrie less an man was lulled and more than 60 htirt here as the gale tore at signs trees buildings and walls In Santa Clara six were IfJfd And an unidentified number J sales 17 first fewer work hours doc i Johnson who says his staff worked a 30 hour day Or FLYER KILLED IN QUEST OF RECORD i Fom Continued From Pnse 1 killed instantly today when his mg plane rolled ovor and crashed i e at the North pylon of CurtissRey nolds airport as he took off for a practice spin Liggetts ship lost a wing when he I at had climbed 300 feet above a S ntil Tuesday morn field northeast of the flying field expected some where the inte were in progres the maior accident Tne oi of the big show He had narrowly offlclallv f i SE was the fa vew 5 H progress n view of the new coa Functions Offii The oil Executives association disappointment and shock an promised immediate steps to hav the railroad working day shortene without a reduction in wages President Roosevelt informe Whitney that he is largely agreement with the view of East man that the nations railroad industrys plan committee aS would be better off if they were no placed under the NRA Eastman Calls on Kails WASHINGTON Sept 2 call for the railroads of the coun try to swing in behind the recovery program by shortening lours and spending every avail able dollar to put more men to work was sounded today by Josepn B Eastman federal coordinator of transportation EilrE Tivo Freighters Grounded Unverified reports said two freighters were grounded off Caib arien The Tiscornia radio station received an SOS from the British freighter Josephine Gray five miles off Cape Bahia de Cadiz in Cama fuey province and was advised un identified ships nearby were eoine to her rescue Shipping in Havana hartov al most entirely escaped damage P F Hopkins Appoints Examining Engineer P F Hopkins formerly city man f Mason City and at present public works engineer for Iowa has appealed George M Griffith county engineer of Johnson county as on6 of the two examining engin eers for state public works projects Mr Hopkins made tho appointment from Washington where ho has been seeking approval from the national pub c W0rks administration for public works projects in Iowa Ha lins since returned to his hcadquar Th3 d DeS MoiDes arriving there RADIO TUBES TESTED FREE AT OUR STORE GKUNOW SUPEK SERVICE The fltst real advanca in olcc tria refrigeration for tho home VANCE MUSIC CO EVERYTHING MUSIC 124 North Federal Phone 738 atti nson only aharpiy tt wing fiurtleT dicafang that Liggett had shown1 Gates resignation addinVthai S the presence of mind to shut off the was in agreement with the belidf attendants at the ml with an industry organized field reached the wrecked ship they vertically the logical labor organi found the xvingg ripped off and the is vertical also fusilage a twisted mass Out to Stop It But he stressed also that Nira guaranteed labor organizations of tho workers own choosing that Gates had termed trade union ism obsolete and promised to stop t at every turn Obvioualy that is an attitude in violation of the statute which we were sworn to inforce Johnson LET OUT OF JAIL i SHOT BY POLICE Officer Says Man Held for Questioning in Illinois Made Threats upon her daughter and brother The shooting occurred in the heart of the business district The shot was b statfi Officer Don Clark Flora after 3lVcral fcllow offcers said ne Forgotten Rom LOS ANGELES Sept 2AU Claire Windsor blond actress her ove affair with Alfred C Rend Jr is a forgotten romance The act ress made the statement as she awaited the resumption next Wed nesday of the trial of the 000 alienation of affections suit brought against her by Mrs Marian Read former wife of the Oakland broker RAINFAUJElPS FALL SEEDING 108 Inches of Moisture Also Aid to Pastures and Plowing An 108 inch rainfall Friday night ended an extended drought in Ma son City and surrounding territory The rin will be of special benefit to pastures will help fall seedinge and will also be of some aid to fall plowing according to County Agent M E Olson Plowing Held Up Plowing has been held up in this section became of the dry condition Friday nights rainfall Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Sept goet a little shot of in flation coming along now in a few weeks and a lot of us dumb ones are trying to ffnd out Just what it is Just where it attacks you and how All y6u Cftfl learn about it is Money will be cheaper Cheaper than what If adollar is worth only 10 cents how are you going to get your dutches on it any easier than Unless they give it away nt see where Its going to be now 1 can any big help to everybody Now I am only asking these ques tions I dont want em answered Had a chat yesterday with Mr Raskob a wealthy man that was a democrat before it was fash ionable In fact he was ostra cised from the other rich for years he is in favor of inflation rather unique for a Well even he had a little trou ble explaining what it was so I certainly dont want to have to listen to any of you amateurs in the money business Yours WILL ROGERS 1933 MeNrmgnt Syndicate It was necessary to cut ino the tangle to extricate Liggetts body STUDY PLAN TO LOOSEN CREDIT Continnfd from Page 1 RFC He added the law apparent ly prevented loans vidual borrowers Refuses to Comment Jones would not comment direct to indi foi publication on the projected mort gage company plan It was ascer tained however that the corpora tion has learned that individual businessmen Seeking direct loans from the corporation could marshal sufficient security for loans couid they be organized into mortgage companies in their own communi ties Much of the security offered by them has been ndjudged by banks to be not sufficiently liquid for bank loans Jones disclosed also that infor mation befoie him was that the Eanks as a whole had sufficient money for loans but that some thing was holding them back He said he believed credit through the banks would loosen up when the success of the administrations pro gram became more apparent State Board Grants Prisoners Parole DBS MOINES Sept 2 state board of parolo granted par oles to 40 Inmates of the Anamos reformatory 17 of the state pen tentiary at Fort Madison and 5 o tho womens reformatory at Rock well City 2 Aa A state highway policeman Shot wl wounded Victor Wright Pobmson early today a fe hours after the mans release by authorities who questioned him re garding the fata beating of an I by nged woman and I J Woundeil in Abdomen Wright was wounded in the ab domen and physicians said his cnances for recovery were light It was his second encounter with state police within a few hours tfte first occurring when he got nto an argument with one as he vas leaving the county jail He re eived a slap in the face He returned to the scene brand snmg a shotgun and muttering im out to get a cop Police said was intoxicated Clark turned his gun on Wright s he said the man made a move to fire Tnfcen Jnto Custody Wright was taken Into custody esterday afternoon when John Wliliam Allen of Danville nnd enry Shelby of Tilton held for he death of Mrs Mary Schraeder A at Newton and a criminal at ck upon her daughter Miss Anna Schraeder and the beating of the alter and Bernard Weldorr 84 told authorities they were acquaint ed with him Officials questioned Wright but said they member1 J i U1LJLU1 will help but more is needed to put the ground In ideal condition for plowing it was stated Pastures that have been ruined by the grub should be disced and seeded to clover according to Mr Olson who said a crop of clover tvas worth gambling on for the coming year in places where the worms have destroyed the existing stand of grass Less Thnn Normal GIANT NRA PARADE LASTS TWO HOURS Continued Prom Page l this was cancelled because of the time consumed by the long march People Spoke have ON LEISURELY CRUISE SOU President Aboard Yacht Awaiting Better Visibility at Sea WASHINGTON Sept 2 down Atlantic coast today was on President Roose velt s schedule after a restful an I chorage in Fort Pond bay off Mon tauk Long Island U Vincent Aslora yacht Nourmah al on which Mr Roosevelt is voyag ing towafd Washington spent the mgnt in the bay awaiting better visibility at sea Nearby the escort and were anchored Stephen Early one of the presi dent 3 secretaries reported by wire less to Washington that the first day of September also Mr Roosevelt the first time In many months that a whole day passed without seeing any official callers or transacting governmental busi ness i oe loudly and more eloquently than any from thi3 Platform e trio that tortured Die three Victims m their farm home last Tuesday He was released early last night An airplane was used this year wS From the fulltime weather sta tion at Charles City comes the in formation that the average wind velocity for August was 55 miles an hour with 18 miles for a five min ute period on Aug IS the greatest velocity The totaf precipitation for 1933 up to Sept 1 is 1728 inches which is some six inches less than normal The spring months were wet with an excess of moisture but there has been an appreciable deficiency dur ing the three summer months PENNSYLVANIA TOHEADVFW Louisville Selected as Site of Encampment for v Next Year wm r orm Wills G C Bagley county NRA chairman stated in announcing that the program would be depended with To my knowledge this has oeen the largest demonstration ever held in Cerro Gordo county and I have lived here many years This parade la One of 100000 such parades being held throughout the United States to show the presi dent that the people are back of him in his recovery program After the band had played The Star Spangled Banner as Mr Bagley put H end of a per fect day Mayor J T Laird stepped P to the microphone and expressed loyalty Sept git Jitmss E Vanzandt of Auixina Pa Friday afternoon was elected com manderinchlef of tha Veterans of Foreign Wars at the national en lampment here Louisville was chosen for the 1934 encampment said Gates replied saying he believed the collective bargainingprovision should be integrated in the light of the NIRA policy calling for united action of labor and management He added Johnsons statement that he is carrying out a decided policy of the president closes the discussion so far as I am concerned Had I known this to be the case I would never have ventured an opin ion on the subject Tax All Classes The vertical union discussed in tha statements takes in all classes of workers in one type of factory as against the existing dominant hori zontal union embracing the same craft in perhaps a dozen Industries In its monthly survey of business the American federation said that Sunday at Local THE COLDEN TEXT his appreciation for the shown by the community Symbol of Unity While not an ornate affair com pared to the great seventyfifth an niversary parade the NRA march was watched with eagerness by the crowds along the streets for they saw in it something more than the mass formations of trucks and the largo aggregations of employes The tham 1 a 3j Suridny school a Sunilnv 1 L but the Lord looketh on the heart 11 Immedlnlcly lollowlnB this service Ih marr ago ceremony of Runhardt Fischer nn ftatalle Sworoff tuke placs the post word wm me tvj JT iur enieriamm vvUh Ine M wh 1 will be Hems o tmslncsa mlnE th3 W Ca CATHOLIC iasea at 6 S and 10 a St Jtnertlctlons He pastor assistant R the Rev J JAMES ROOSEVELT DAY TT1 t Speaking nnj Broadcasting to start after 1X1111 Mllnlcllal Bnn at 1 P M Short Talks by Many Notable Town Men There Will Be No Charge at the Fairgrounds JAMES ROOSEVELT DAY BANQUET Clear Lake Country P M SLATZ RANDALL Will Furnish tho MiislcBl Enccrrnlnment TICKETS MAV BE SEOOnBD AT THR DOOR FOR NRA ACTIVITIES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SATURDAY Negotiations continued on open shop provisions of labor con tracts under the coal code Work continued on retail code Oil C6de becomes effective NRA employes begin their first weekend rest Administrator Johnson and Dudley Gates resigned assistant administrator issuing state ments on their differences Johnson spent most of the day resting at his hotel preparing a Cnlcago labor day speech Tho American Federation of Labor announced it sees clear signs of real progress Joseph B Eastman railroad coordlnator in a memorandum to President Roosevelt which the latter sent railroad labor executives held railroad labor is not under the NRA Alvin Brown an official of the budget bureau named assist ant administrator and executive officer IMN SCIENCE In to rcl FJHSSnlSf 5 p W CONGnKOATIOVAI Je school Worship 1041 ilonday evening 7 Tne aim Wolcomo Sunday for ill a the CoiBreEillmal orchestra This I3 to b a Kind of homecoming Sunday or fallj Wowhlp win begin at ions by by Mrs Ehlera rollowei be In charge of thft mijslc Dr Dibble wll theme Bov Sco dav be The Nobility or Work will fco appropriate for Labor prudential committee wll EPISCOPAL a Trlntty Communion Special mUlc Go Sanclus rom stCecelias Mass Ellen Smith Ave Maria nod Postua chore by Becker nd by th Blsliop n I1e a Long rtr A Ucvotlon by Tin Ih bun Jiitfnarjf soprano solo by MAdclynne Pntvpli Tho r wii lie i uncu TO The Boroalne is My LIRhl Pontlude March br Oaanaa p m Y p er since the speculative rise of busi ness was checked In July figures re beglnnig to reveal a solid foun ation for business advance It dded that from March to July 2 33000 persons returned to work esultlng in the latter month in a our per cent increase in depart ment store sales over July 1032 No Code for Halls A memorandum from Joseph B nstmap federal coordlnator told resident Roosevelt that an NRA ode for the much regulated rail memticra ns gueaU Tucariay D m Boy scouts troupe No 35 ts and teachers In churcTl parlor of Robert M Jledenbaugh EVANOEMCAI HOO North Adams 10 lt Kornrns lervfce for school i Vestry TUB Sunday worship 0 rv Ice prayer meellng H o Brunemeler minuter LUTIUEIUtf Be Fourth And riflh Jtreel on North 7 a m urarlol flunday school and Blhlu To topic Tnn Olory of the T iiimslry according to 2 Co7 3 I P tutiic f ana scnii choir practice at 3 Sunday Sopt 10 sun o11001 da nn1 Promotion sun Sept 17 annual mission day HLnz pastor Kev HA Peterson of Thomnao swing addresB Sunday school at 1 o O Urrtcss pastor At sixth strett southeas Grade Sunday school 0 a m Pearl superintendent Ella Wolanak secrtars an services at 10 a m v Walter 10 kingdom Come German sc rn Text St llalthcw G in II meets Tuesdflj s p i Incsday p m In Krs s Underwood and A thurg Luther league WeiJnes p m In church parlors with Elsl avenue classes a and wk at meet Tuesday at p m sa i N Wcdahl pastor thenm A yrultGraded Sunday enoo Bible classes at UMS oclock DavM holl DM5 a m E ndent MornlnB rtev Walter H MS Sermon subject Into c orsh a The Choir Friday at 730 1 Salurday at JtETlIOniST church will MornteS lnmc A Special music Anthem Nlnllngor 3olo Holy Franlt Leut nM tlurte Batlle There wll ervlcewilllam H Graded Maetlly peared her the color while bands and drum Corps the hundreds of signs of all sizes color schemes gave further evidence of the spon toneous enthusiasm generated bv Hie occasion Carried LargeFlag Merkelg store employes carried an Immense United States flag in one of the most effective demon strations of the narade Another note of the true patriotic spirit of the NRA was the float constructed hy the Mason City lumber dealers An evergreen tree was the center of interest in this float with the suggestion of shingles and repair lumber needed to create odd lobs m by ever about the homo The beauty of the float was enhanced green trimmngs avenue Mrs Everett Klrby Thu Sunila palm me Woodward Th pcr h every one an opportunlly to take Mlwloniry Mrs ely ll ce MISCELLANEOUS The I 0 O F lodge entered a well trimmed float depicting the orphans home The float was drawn by two horses with patriotic trap pings and plumes The Jacob E Decker packing c01 displayed its part In the NRA drive by depicting in statis tics that 235 employes had been ad ded to the payroll since 1929 The Community Garden float showing the canning of corn demonstrated what Is being accomplished in the community In the relief of depres sion Increase in Business The transportation division of the parade showed an unusual angle that startled some onlookers who little realized the magnitude of Ma son City as a terminal station for motor freight and transportation A map on the side of tha leading truck demonstrated the increase in this business and scores of buses and trucks emphasized its growth NRA signs were displayed every where along the parade Written in coal adorning the sides of cars carried on arm bands and worked out on floats and In banners The Lions club carried banners urging the next step of NRA Buy to the Limit of Your Needs Postoffico Mnrclies Both county and city employes were out in force for the parade Much of the citys wheel equipment was Included led by the fire depart ment followed by the street flusher water department trucks a grader and other vehicles County officers were in the column with their den utles and assistants The postoflfce force marched afoot bended by Postmaster A M Schanke and H J Steinberg as slstant postmaster and followed by six mail trucks All of the important industries of the city were represented In the parade including the immense ag gregation of the Lehlgh Portland Cement company the Mason City Brick and Tile company and tho Ideal Sand and Gravel The North western States Portland Cement dis played the sign Weve Battled This Out Together and Now Lets go Ahead Together Lodges Were There Practically every lodge in this community was presented in the march most distinguishable of which was probably that the Royal Neighbors of America mem bers of which orded proudly dis played their NRA alongside the Blue NRA The characteristic colors of purple and white of the Elks were in evidence as were also thei colors of other orders such as the Knights of Columbus Pun was injected into the parade by a straw float entitled We Co operate We Do Our PaiV by the No Monkeying With NRA clowns Millers heading of the milk dealera the Pilsener Pale float the old time car of the Peterson garage Abel and Son inc in the tranapor f tatlon vehicle of termer days C K Kinneys impersonation of the colon I ml doll and the printers devil of J the Mason City GlobeGazette Every Town Represented Every town In the county was represented by sizable delegations at the head of the column ply mouth being firat followed by Vocit M latter headed by a Lotion post fmgs fell dVUa i mid Thornton lowed by Clear Lake with its hailB A war veterans fife and drum corps was also in this section of the col umn A 4H club contingent showed the farmers were backing the towns in their efforts toward recovery rushed Back Crowd Thousands of men women and children started lining up Federal avenue an hour before the parade was to start Fifteen minutes be fore the long column came down the avenue automobiles stood in solid phalanxes at the intersectiona Before the column could wind ts way down Federal mounted police pushed back the crowd just as the rhythmic notes of the Legion drum and bugle corps added to the eager ness of the throng After the drum and bugle corps came a car in which wero seated Dr Don FitzGerald president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce the organization which sponsored the parade Mayor J T Laird F X Cota president of the Mason City Trades ajid Labor assembly Harold Campbell president of the Retail Merchants association and Lee Loomis publisher GALORE l1 jutslt are abfe to take 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