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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 8, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO TWO KILLED IN IOWA ACCIDENTS Rockwell City Girl Auto Crash Victim Ireton Man Dead By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Two persons were killed in acci dents in Iowa Thursday night They were Ilah Martin 21 Rockwell City Elmer Dlttmer 40 Ireton Miss Martin daughter of Mr and Mrs Will Martin died from a skul fracture received in an automobile accident three mileis north of Rich ards Jrma Martin sister of Ilah Gladys Larson Edna Aegerter ant Bernice Rogers were badly bruise c in the crash he accident occurred they said when Ilah who was driving failed to negotiate a turn Dittmer was killed when his car collided headon with a machine driven by Herman Baack of Stmble two and one half miles west of Stmble last night His neck was broken and his throat cut Baack was confined to a hospital today with minor injuries MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Eastman to Enforce Provisions on Labor Groups in Rail Law WASHINGTON Sept 8 Joseph B Eastman the transporta tion coordinator said yesterday he intended to enforce strictly all pro visions of the emergency railroad act respecting labor organizations and in view of complaints that these were being violated he had ad dressed a questionaire to all rail managements to ascertain the sta tus of company unions Eastman in a formal statement said manage ments must keep their hands off so far as labor organizations are concerned Reads Agreed Upon Split of Damages in Suit Says Actress LOS ANGELES Sept 8 charge Mrs Marian Read and her divorced husband Alfred Read Jr agreed to sue her and use what ever Judgment might be obtained for their mutual benefit was ready today for presentation by Claire Windsor blond actress in the trial of a alienation of affec tions suit brought against the act ress by Mrs Read NEW YORK CITY STRIKE SETTLED 15000 Embroidery Workers Will Go Back to Work on Monday NEW YORK sept 8 A settlement was reached today after an all night conference in NRA headquarters which will enable 15000 sticking embroidery workers to return to work Monday Grover A Whalerr NRA city chairman and mediator for the strike said that the employers had agreed to the demands for a 35 hour five day week and the minimum wage scale asked by the strikers Whaleu said the settlement elim inated a condition far worse than the aweatship Child labor and un sanitary conditions had been done away with He said Of the 15000 on strike 10000 do piece work in their homes many of them living in tenements While the number of workers immediately af fected by the strike was relatively small it was said the stoppage of production in embroidery trimmings ultimately would have thrown near ly 100000 out of work URGES MINIMUM FOR LIVESTOCK Smith of CornHog Group Is Speaker at Hearing on Packing Code WASHINGTON Sept 8 tablishment of minimum livestock prices was advocated today by Earl C Smith chairman of the National CornHog committee at an agricul ture department hearing on the pro posed marketing1 agreement sub mitted by the packing Industry Earlier Thomas E Wilson presi dent of Wilson and company of Chi cago and representing the proces sors committee of four of the insti tute of American meat packers urged quick approval of the agree ment on the ground it would bene fit the industry the producer and consumer Smith proposed a number of changes he contended were neces sary to take care of the interests of the producer IN DAYS NEWS First they told us it was silly to jeep up wiw the Joneses now they ell us it is fatal not to spend all ve Review JUETS KEEP OUR STREAMS CLEAN ifistmdofr lifituj thmaffewM A SEWAGE DISPOSAL PLANT WILL DO IT twv OK MWHTTM fttkni FHMM ctit mm nc conrr samct MM w KHMUTIH M mmu rum g PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION Building Das Moinei Iowa REEMPLOYMENT SEALS PLANNED Number Extra Work Given to Be Attached to NRA Insignia in Iowa DES MOINES Sept 8 Seals of reemployment to be at tached to NRA Insignia to Indicate the actual number of persons given employment in each business house and factory will be used for the first time when Iowa merchants display them Sept 15 The state recovery board has announced plans for distribution of the seals following approval of the plan from national NRA head quarters at Washington To obtain the seals employers must certify to their respective county chairmen a list of the names of persons actually added to their payrolls since the NRA campaign began The county chairmen will certify the lists and fill In the num ber of additional employes on the seal The seals were being printed to day They are three and onehalf Inches square and display the red and blue colors used in the NRA insignia In the center of the seal is a map of Iowa with an open space in the center in which the number of employes added may Be written They bear the inscription Iowa seal of reemployment The name the firm is to be written in above the map and the signature of the county chairman below It Womafj Sergeant Fulgenclo Batista above of the Cuban army led themilitary coup detat by which the government of Presi dent Manuel de Cespedes was ousted from power Asso elated Press River to Save Child CEDAR RAPIDS Sept 8 Mrs George Scurlock plunged fully dressed into the Cedar river to save Frank Chase 4 after he had gone down for the third time Frank and his brother Charles 7 were revived DANISH PRINCE MARRIES COUSIN Royalty From Many Courts of Europe Gathered at Fredensborg FREDENSBORG Denmark Sept 8 from many courts of Europe gathered here today for the marriage of Prince Knud younger son of King Christian X Princess Caroline Mathilde his cousin The ceremony was set for this evening in the Church of the Castle the summer residence of the late King Christian IX The prince a naval officer is 33 years old Princess Caroline Mathil de the second daughter of Prince Harald a brother of the king is 21 HERRING TO GO EAST ON SUNDAY Will Work in Washington as Adviser on Auto Code Hearings DES MOINES Sept 8 Clyde Herring declared today that he would leave Des Koines Sunday for Washington where he will work with the industrial advisory board as an adviser on the automobile code hearings While in Washington he will con fer with federal officials concern ing farm mortgage refinancing in Iowa winter work of the civilian conservation corps in the state and speeding up of public works projects submitted for approval by Iowa en gineers The governor declared that con flicting reports have been received by LeRoy Perkins conservation head concerning the winter work in conservation Maj Gen Johnson Hagood seventh corps area army commander reported today that the Iowa camps with the exception of two may be discontinued for th winter Governor Herring said he also planned to take up several matters with President Roosevelt SEPTEMBER 8 1333 Paul Piggot Winner of Plowing Contest Held at Pilot Rock CHEROKEE Sept 8 Piggot 19 was officially recorded today as the winner of the twenty sixth annual Pilot Rock plowing match tractor He won the event with drawn two bottom plow scoring 9225 points Close behind came Dale Brown miller In the class for boys under 18 Cliff Benson was first with 8875 peints and Wayne Bollin sec ond The field was topped by Law rence Kohns in the three bottom class with a score of 9125 Don ald Mason sweepstakes winner the last two years won the profession al competition Propaganda in Wine Bottles Floats Into Austria Via Danube ASCHACH ON DANUBE Aus tria Sept 8 whole popu lation of this border town was mobilized today to repel a propa ganda armada consisting of thou sands of wine bottles floating into Austria via the Danube each bottle containing handbills attacking the government of Chancellor Dollfuss The gandarmes alone were unable to block the advancing glassware and so the townspeople went to their assistance PRESIDENT ASKS HELP FOR NEEDY Continued From Pase GILLETTE PROBAK AND AUTO STROP BLADES NOW DRASTICALLY REDUCED TO s for 25 At these drastically reduced prices every man now can afford the daily luxury of shaving with the finest razor blades that can be produced We positively guarantee quality will be maintained at the present high levels Pending the printing of new packages you will find a price mark of 50j on the packages of five blades and on the packages of ten blades But you pay only the reduced prices shown above Get a package of Gillette Probak or Valet Auto Strop blades today and enjoy the worlds smoothest easiest shave tomorrow GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR GO BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS BIG CHANGES IN COAL INDUSTRY tContlnued From Pane 1 will mahe a study of the problem No longer will the miner have to deal at the company store or live in company houses All Pay In Cash And the companyhaa to give him aJl his pay Jn iash every two weeks or by a check which he can cash at the nearest bank The company cannot deduct any of that pay unless the miner or the miners union says so If a miner has trouble with his boss he can tell a committee at the mine which will try to settle it If the mine comnlttee doesnt agree the trouble can be taken to a dis trict committee If their efforts fail it will go on to a regional commit tee and from there to a board in Washington appointed by the presi dent The miners and operators will have representatives on all those committees and boards They will try to see the miner get a square deal Aids Mine Owner The blue eagle will mean Just as much to the mine owner He will be allowed to join fellow operators in his district in creating marketing agencies Those agencies will fix the price of coal Divisional code authorities will see that there is no price cutting under the scale fixed by the agency The agencies can apportion production giving the operator some idea of how much work he will have during the com ing season Many unfair practices such as sscret rebates to purchasers and shipping coal before It Is bought will i be bannod i Principal Provisions Those are a few of the princinal provisions of the code thu admin istration drafted and which the operators were studying today They were given until 6 p m tomorrow to file objections Hugh S Johnson recovery administrator will con sider those objections and possibly make amendments A public hearing will be held Monday morning The code then will go to President Roosevelt for approval Meanwhile Appalachian commer cial operators and heads of the United Mines Workers cf America continued work on their union labor contracts With the chief puints of controversy out of the way they expected to have tha contracts ready for presidential approval along with the code Contain Base Pay Those contracts will contain a base pay of S460 for the north for Fairmont W Va and 420 fpr the south The Appalachian operators who have opposed unionization of their fields for years dropped their de mand for an open shop clause In the contracts The union on the other hand was understood received from its demand for reduc tion of union dues from miners pay A mass of technical detail re mained to be worked out Comple tion of the tonnage rate differen tials may not be accomplished be fore district meetings of operators are held Thief Gets 10 Years LOGAN Sept S of car theft Tuck Long Modale was sentenced to 10 years in prison by Judge Homer A Fuller pie are understanding that we are not wielding the big stick brut mak ing the obligation clear On Emergency Basis Mr Roosevelt emphasized that the action of the federal govern ment in giving relief appropriations was on an emergency basis and thai he expected the government event ually to be relieved of this respon sibility The whole peroid we are now going through will in the end get back to individual initiative and re spcnsiblllty he said The president spoke optimistically of the trend of affairs and said he expected everyone to cooperate in the relief drive I believe you can do the work more effectively than last year he said Taking it by and large the country is in a more hopeful mind Have More to Spend The people have more to spend and dont you let them tell you otherwise There will be some who will have excuses but there is going to be no such thing as being left out No one can be left out Theyve got to join you You have a great responsibility on your shoulders and I know you arc going to do It Thia is an essen tial part in the program of the United States Go to it make a record hot only by money but of service of which we allwlll be very We have got to build from the bottom up he said and not mere ly supply food from the top down KRASCHEUJRGES STATE HOG PLAN Would Make AH Iowa Hogs Sold Outside State Go on Open Markets CEDAR RAPIDS Sept 8 An Iowa program or policy includ ing legislative regulation requir ing that all Iowa hogs marketed outside the state be sold exclusively on open competitive market was advocated Thursday by Lieut Gov Nelson G Kraschel speaking at Nor way and Marion Kraschels plan includes the con version of 2000000 acres of Iowa crop land to grass for the breeding and growing of the states annual requirements of 750000 feeder cat tin This would comply with the federal governments suggestion for acreage reduction he said arid put Iowa in a position to demand that marginal Innda in the semiarid re gions of the nation be left fallow be fore thlg states fertile soil Is taken out of production The same idea applies to hogs and cattle as well as corn and wheat he declared referring to the federal project to reduce tonnage of meat animals marketed With regard to pork the lieuten ant governor contended that the growing percentage of directs bought by outside packers at con centration points and at their plants works to the disadvantage of Iowa hog producers by disorganizing the market and by preventing a maxi mum price level Linn County Road Worker Badly Hurt Dynamiting Stump CEDAR RAPIDS Sept 8 Leo Baker a Linn county road em ploye was severely injured this morning when he was struck by parts of a dynamited stump Baker had sought what he considered a safe place but could not see the flying stump because of the sun shining in his eyes He suffered back injuries several broken ribs and his lungg were punctured School Attendance Large NORA SPRINGS Sept Nora Springs schools began with a larger attendance than usual there being 115 enrolled In the high school and 178 in the grades The only new teachers are Supt C J Bogard and Miss Doris Long Mr Larson is the principal WORTH OF BONDS LOST Chicago Treasury Officials Believe Securities Have Been Stolen CHICAGO Sept 8 590000 worth of city corporate fund warrants disappeared from a branch office of the city treasury yester day and authorities said apparently they were irtolen The warrants were missed from the desk of R P Powers represen tative of the city comptrollers of fice who was there figuring up in terest Powers stepped out of the room for a minute and when he returned he reported the pack of warrants had disappeared A city policeman Daniel Doneger was sitting 15 feet from the desk He said apparently a stranger had slipped into the office unnoticed grabbed the package and dashed outside with the warrants IN THE RADIO WORLD FRIDAY SEPT 8 Central CTamranr vrmei AJl programs to and baste chains or croups Uicrcof Unless oast to COM o to el aealgoaUon Includes l available stations Programs inbjrct In change P M NBlNEAF NETWORK BASIC Ettat wear wm wee wlio wjar wtag wcsh wn wilt wfbi wrc wgy wbcn cao Ytam WKJ win Mldtresl wmag wen isa wocwho uow wdai wtmj wlbs stp webc wday kfyr cltgw ctct OUTH wrva wptr wwic win wjax wfla vsun wlod warn wroc wsr wapi wjQx wsmb voo wky wfaa wbap kpro woal ktbs koa kdyl Kgu ttghl tgo kd ksw komo kbij Kpo Klin lar KBU 20 Fingers of Harmony Betty Doop Frolic also c The GoiabtrgB Serial Act Orch and cavaliers c to c Fred Allen and all Qans Victor Young1 Orch U S Navy Band also c Lum and Abnera Sociable Mayer Davis and Orch Mark Ralph KlrBMy Baritone Harold stems Orch EMU WBOC wlcc wade wofco wcao faftb woacr wgr wxbw wkrc whk 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Polk county district court according to a reported agreement between attorneys The district court decided that he had been rightfully appointed and was entitled to his pay but the attorneys agreement is said to hold the matter without change until the question is decided by supreme court at a full bench session The next full bench meeting is sched uled for Dec 12 The case is unconnected with the present district court capin which Clark seeks to prevent the execu tive council from holding a hearing on complaints relating to various insurance company matters Specialists Again on Stand in Defense of Lamson for Murder SAN JOSE Cal Sept 8 Fighting to get its expert testimony past another prospective barrage of prosecution objections the defense of David A Lamson again to day upon a list of specialists for evi dence it hoped would clear the young Stanford university press represen tative of A charge of slaying his wife Allene with an iron pipe The defense planned to call three or four physicians besides Dr E O Hclnrich noted crlmlnologist 543 Get jobs With Aid of Iowa Bureau DES MOINES Sept 8 Work during August for Bi3 men ind women in Iowa was obtained hrough the efforts of the state ederal employment service Frank Wenig state labor commissioner reported Ahn Portland to Take Part in Session at Rockwell PORTLAND Sept able interest is being taken in the preparation of the program of the Cerro Gordo county Sunday school convention to be held at Rockwell Thursday Sept 14 The program will be both an all day and in the evening The Portland orchestra will furnish music for this meeting wit whzwbza renal wham dka wgar wjr win nsyr wmaii Mldnrst kyw kltat wenr wU Kwci Io1l fORTmVEST itp webc irflay Hfyr CKEW cfcl wnlr wwno wla wfla rsun wind Wfim rcmc wsb wapl wamb kvoo wky wfaa wbap kprc klbj Kill lutrl KBIr PACIFIC Kil kcw Komo Jtho Kpn krart Ktar Male Ouartet Hotat and Orch BcAlora Orch and Perlmutter Chair Memories Harris and Orch Phil Baker to e e Nozzle Baritone Billy 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