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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                SiiS TWO FIND BODIES OF GYRO VICTIMS Two Men and Woman Who Plunged Into Lake Recovered INDIANA HARBOR Ind Sept 12 bodies of two men and a woman who plunged into Lake Michigan with their autogyro Wed nesday were recovered on the In diana harbor shore yesterday A wriat watch bearing the ini tials C T O bore witness that the bodies taken from the lake were those of Charles T Otto autogyro pilot of Haverford Pa H W Spud Manning of Pico Cal worlds champion parachute jumper and Miss Majenta Terard of River Forest 111 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE State Officials to Speak CHEROKEE Sept gates to the council of administra tion meeting for the Iowa Veterans of Foreign Wars here Sept 2324 will hear a number of state officials Included on the program arc Gov Clyde L Herring Secretary of State Mrs Alex Miller Attorney General Ed L OConnor and Adjutant Gen eral Charles Grahl IN DAYS NEWS NOW SERVING Soda Grill Special TBONE STEAK DINNER 50c Served dally except Suncluy from 5 p m to 9 p m You know the Soda Grill has he reputation for wonderful teaks When you want a good is the place Same ten er served daily with dinner for 50c SODA GRILL 18 South Federal Ave Dr Ramon Grau San Martin 48yearold former professor was chosen president of Cuba by a Junta which assumed con trol after the de Cespedes re gime had Lcen overthrown As sociated Press Amateur Radio League Holds Rockford Picnic ROCKFORD Sept Ama teur Radio league picnic was hel at the home of C M Aurand with a good attendance attend ing from out of town were Mr and Mrs Theodore Eddy and children and Mr and Mrs Will Truitt o Rockwell Mr and Mrs Ralph Geer of Mason City Mr and Mrs Ray mond R Rathert of Cresco Mr and Mrs Ben Fisher Mr and Mrs David Crawford and daughter Viola Mr and Mrs Glenn Klien oi Winnebago Minn and Jlr and Mrs Lee Bowers of Marble Rock Station Is Remodeled ACKLEY Sept was egun yesterday on remodeling of he Standard Oil itation in Ackley he building will be enlarged in Jtalliog two rest rooms a larger msement for storage the pump is and moved farther west and a lew roof canopy style put over he entire driveway CROPS IMPROVE DURING AUGUST Even Good Weather Fails to Push Prospects Near to Last Years WASHINGTON Sept 12 MV Crop prospects improved during August but even good weather couldnt push the indicated yields anywhere near last years harvest figures Wheat and corn today were class ed in the unusually low yield cate gory by the agriculture depart ments Sept 1 condition forecast More oats were promised than a month ago but this grains condi tion remained the lowest on record Tobacco Increases Tobacco was one of the few crop which apparently would surpa last years production But avera ing more than a score of crops es eluding cotton the department sa this years harvest would be nearl seven per cent below last years an about 10 per cent below 1931 d spite a one per cent improvemen during August A 2284799000 bushel corn ou put was the departments analys of Sept 1 condition reports Th was a 12000000 bushel increase i a month but last years productio was 2875570000 bushels Wheat prospects added up t 506557000 bushels a 700000 bushel increase over July The 19E harvest was 726000000 bushels Figure for Oats The exact figUre given for oat was 687647000 bushels as compar ed with last years 1238231000 Tobacco was put at 136200000 pounds as compared with 1299000 000 pounds The indicated rye crop was 23 100000 bushels as compared wit 40400000 a year ago Sugar beet went up a million to 1027000 ons The biggest percentage increase of all was registered by hops with an indicated yield of 35500000 jounds as compared with 24100000 n 1932 before beer was legalized IOWA CORN YIELD DBS MOINES Sept 12 ept 1 condition of Iowa corn indi ated n yield of 413250000 bushels 19 per cent decrease from the rec rd 1932 crop but only a per ent decrease from the five year 19261930 average yield Julius 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bushel lower than the 10 year average Below Last Year The total tonnage of all grain crops produced in Iowa this year is 25 per cent below last years pro duction and 14 per cent below the five year average he said The reduction in Iowa grain crop production is mostly in the small grains Peters explained pointing out that the combined tonnage of all small grain crops Is 47 per cent less than 1932 and 48 per cent be low the five year average The oats crop of 112374000 bush els is about half of that harvested in 1932 and the smallest since 1908 The five year average is 216206000 16 Bushel yield The barley yield was estimated at 16 bushels to the acre with a to tal yield of 8704000 bushels com pared with 15100000 bushels a yea ago and 16751000 bushels the fiv year average It is the smalles since 1926 The estimated spring wheat yiel was placed at 432000 bushels th smallest crop since 1924 and th estimated yield of 12 bushels to th acre is the smallest since 1921 CUBAN CIVIL WAR IS REAL THREAT Continued From Iage 1 the government of Dr Grau Sa Martin Meanwhile talk of another revo lution waa heard A high official of the OCRR sai his organization and the ABC con trol the Havana police numberin about 2000 which belatedly joine the army movement against de Ces pedcs Count on Troops Officers in the National hote claimed confidently they could coun on at least 3000 of the 10000 odd soldiers who rebelled against them a week ago Believing Colonel Fulgencio Ba iste promoted from a top ser feancy after he led last Mondays can hold the army behind him the administration prepared to o about its work Secretary Hulls statement in Vashington that the United States would welcome any Cuban govern nent representing the will of the eople of the republic came too ate for official comment Still off Havanas coast line to ay was the great grey hull of the S S Mississippi while numerous ther United States warships en trcled the island INLEY ELECTED HEAD OF GROUP Continued From Pace It arly weeks of the special legislat ve session Letter From Herring The committee received a letter rom Governor Herring now in Vashington to act as adviser in earings on the automobile retail ode expressing regret at his inabil y to be present He placed before he members information obtained n the Ontario Quebec and Con ecticut plans but pointed out that e had no desire to interfere with deliberations of the committee le asked that the members call pon him whenever he could be oi id Named late Sunday afternoon all members were present at todays ession and said they would immedi tely begin intensive work on the roblem confronting them In announcing the appointees to he committee last Saturday the overnor said If we can devise a quor sale plan which will operate s satisfactorily as our beer lw ve shall have temperance without rohibltion liquor without saloons nd drinking without drunkenness BU1CK OWNERS SAVE AND PLAY SAFE Thousands of owners of Buicks discovered last year that the best antifrceze on the market was also the cheapest in allwinter cost One filling of Eveready Prestone stayed on the job right through the cold months It didnt boil away And it prevented rust and clogging in the coolingsystem This year these sameBuiek own ers ore cheering because the price of Eveready Prestone is down to 5295 a gallon A Buick 33CO for instance can be protected to zero for only For other models and makes see your dealers chart One filiing of Eveready Prestone is good for 25000 miles and more It costs less too because you dont pay for water in the can Like all car manufacturers Buick approves Eveready Prestone and Rational Carbon Company Inc spe cifically guarantees that it is safe records show you may xpect freezing weather in Mason 3ty by September 2fl Be ready Have Eveready Prestone put in mv 200 SEARCH FOR SWEA CITY BOY Dean Myhr Object oi Hunt Several Hours Found Near Thompson THOMPSON Sept 200 men and women searched from oclock Sunday afternoon until oclock in the evening when they found Dean the 3Vj year old son of Mr and Mrs Henry Myhr of Swea City The little boy who had come to attend a family garnering at the home of Mr and Mrs Earl Os trander 6 miies southwest of Thompson went with several of his little cousins to a watermelon patch several rods from the house Dean was separated from the others in a cornfield and when the group re turned without him his parents be came alarmed After an hour when they failed to find them an alarm waa turned in for the surrounding country in cludingBuffalo Center and a crowd of about 200 gathered in the search After about three hours the little SEPTEMBER 12 1938 Travel Picture at Presbyterian Church Cuba France Germany Sumutra Mexico South America and other lands far removed These are some of the countries which will be visit ed by talking moving pictures Tues day night at in the Presbyter ian church The life of an air pilot as he speeds along his way with his precious cargo will be seen in Sky Harbor The tragedy of a child in school not being able to hear and the solution of her condi tion will be seen and heard in Out of the Silence A detective story entitled A Modem Knight is full of thrills as well as being educa tional There is no charge for ad mission j boy was discovered in a field about a half mile north of the house The little fellow had cried himself to sleep lated awakened and had just walked out of a cornfield near the road when found NRA TO WATCH FOR VIOLATIONS Continued From rage 11 16 per cent August advertising gain over August 1932 after dis play lineage had declined steadily through July The NRA termed it a definite reflection by oae of the most accurate business barometers of renewed confidence on the part of the nations business With the annual convention of be American Federation of Labor a scant three weeks away William Green the president issued a writ ten demand for three objectives vhich he said stand out as abso utely essential unless the recovery irogram Is to drag along at a ipeed so slow as to leave us facing nother winter of severe unemploy ment Green Lists Essentials Greens essentials A real shortening of work weeks ew high wage levels with the df erential between north and south liminated and an absolute ban on ny code qualification to the recov ry laws collective bargaining guar ntee to labor Simultaneous with Greens state tent last night came a plea from Donald Richberg NRA general ounsel for better relations be ween employers and employes Richberg said threats of Indus rial conflict were not without fbun atlon for unstable labor condl iona make a stable industrial ma hinery almost impossible In hia ddress to the affiliated better busl ess bureaus he added The products of industry can ave no stable market among an mpoverlshed mass of destitute in ustrial workers Cite Treasonable Profits The declaration of the agricultur 1 adjustment administration was oined in by both George N Peek irector and Fred C Howe con umers counsel Peek said experts ad reported examples of unreasori ble profit taking in the textile ndustry Peek added that his administra ion had a keen Interest in search ng out and preventing unjustifiable rice increases on manufactured arm products Howe said those who represent an unjustifiable hare of increased prices for cotton ooda as due to the cotton proces ing tax are exposing themselves to prosecution He recalled that the aw provides a fine or one fears imprisonment for such mis epresentatlons Will Discipline Chioelers A brand new activity was immi lent for NRA An enforcement ampaign to discipline chiselers who while flying the Blue Eagle ave been violating the letter and pint of the agreement for higher vagea and shorter hours which en itle them to display the emblem Complaints by the thousands lit rally have reached Johnson and ie subsidiary agencies of NRA he general has said action will tart within a day or two First violators will be urged to urn over a new leaf Public ex osure will be employed if neces ary The next resort would be re moval of the Blue Eagle a step ohnson thinks may prove a sen ence of economic death The re overy chieftain does not intend to se this extreme except on n loyers caugiit at vicious and de berate exploitation of their work ra but neither does he expect to et any one get away chiseling Murphy Named Instructor at Lawler High School LAWLER Sept A Jen ens who resigned hia position as eacher in the Lawler high school vas succeeded by Charles G Mur tiy formerly of Waucoma Mr enkes accepted a government posi on in St Paul BALLOONISTS TO TRAVEL BY CANOE Americans Injured and II After Week in Woods to Start Home SUDBURY Ont Sept 12 Injured and 111 from a week of struggling through dense bushes but considering themselves mighty lucky two American entrants in the James Gordon Bennett balloon races were ready today to canoe back to civilization Ward T Van Orman and Frank A Trotter were found yesterday their clothes in shreds their shoe soles worn thin from walking and their stamina undermined by a diet of beans and blueberries by James Barrett lineman for a Hyroelectric company The pair had cut a pole and the lineman seeking the cause of the interruption of service found a note they had left and came upon the Americans in an outpost cabin 40 miles north of Sudbury and nine miles from Thor lake State Convention of Elks to Be at Iowa City Nov 4 and 5 CEDAR RAPIDS Sept 12 Dates or the state convention of Elks were announced today by L D Ross Cedar Rapids state secre tary as Nov 4 and 5 at Iowa City Exalted rulers and secretaries of the 34 lodges in the state will hold a separate meeting in conjunction with the convention Plans nre being made for attendance of the delegate at the IowaAmes foot ball game the afternoon of Nov 4 The NRA began as N1RA But that kind of plan cant succeed until you take the I outLincoln Star IN THE RADIO WORLD TUESDAV SEPT 12 Central Srananrd Time All programs to bey and basic chains or groupa thereof unless spcclfki coast t0 coast c to c designation Includes all available atattons Programs subject to change M ZTBCUEAF BASIC East weal wlw wcel wile wjai wtag wcsh wtl win wrur wrc wRy wban wcae wtDm wwj wsol Mlilneat wmflq wefl lisd wocwho wow wdaf NOHTinVEST JB wtmj wlba webc wday kfyr SOUTH wrvn TD wwno wj waun wlod warn wmn wsb wapi wjdi vaSS JK wbaP kPrc woal kths koa kdyl fcgtr kghl IACIFIC Hgo kfi kgw komo khn kfarj ktar kgn Mountaineers ivear ficottl Mid Orch Lum end Abner east onlv The Goldbargs Serial Act SanderntmCmmft Songs Wayne Kings Orch Ben Ernle and the Lcds East and Dumke c to c American Heroes also c Radio Forunj also c Harold Stems Orch Benny Meroff Occh oaal Lum and Abnar midwest repeat TalWe Picture Time Skit Ralph Kirbery Baritone Davla ana Orch Dance Orch eaat Ben peat for the c DULUTH REFUSES TO ASK BIDS ON FORD UNTIL HENRY SIGNS CBSIVABO BASIC Eastwabc wade woko wcao waab wnac vtgr wkbw wkrc whk cklw wdrc wtp wjas wean wfbl wspd wjsv nri wbbm wgn wibm kmbc kmax wowo 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kdka wear wjr wlw WJT wmai MJdwent wcky kyw wenr wls kwk kwcr koil wren tvtnaq kso NOHTH WEST tin J wl ba katp webc wday kfjr crct cfef wrva wptf wwnc wli wfJa wsun wlod warn wmc wab wapl wjdx wsmb kvoo wky wbap ffprc woal fctba kthj koa kdy ktfr PACIFIC kgo kll kgw komo khq kfsd ktar Radio in Education to e Don Carney Dog story Crime Dramatic Adventures In Heath The Rolllckers Quartet The Miniature Theater Joseph Lltlau Orch ituato Memories and Poet Miaa Radio Play Alder and Alpert east Amos n Andy repent for wtst The Poet baalc Hoist to f Health rpt Harris and Orch Mark Flshera Orch RADIO TUBES TESTED FREE AT OUR STORE QRUNOW SUPER SERVICE TJie first real advance la elec tric refrigeration for the home VANCE MUSIC CO EVERYTHING IN MUSIC 124 North Federal Phone 798 DULUTH Minn Sept 12 The Duluth city council refused to ask for bids on a half ton truck because members said they didnt know if Henry Ford had joined the NRA When the city council was pre sented with a requisition for the truck yesterday from the water and light department Commission James A Parrell asked has Mr Ford joined the NRA Nobody seems to know re plied Commissioner Clarence A Williams The council thereupon held up the matter and instructed the city clerk to find out if Mr Ford be longs It authorized the depart ment a minute later to sell a 192S Ford roadster CEMENT TRADE HAS OWN CODE Minimum 40 Cent Wage and 36 Hour Week Main Provisions GlobeGazette Washington Bureau WASHINGTON Sept cement companies can now fly the blue eagle with a minimum wage of 40 cents an hour for their factory and mechanical workers and arti sans and a 36 hour week under a substitution for the presidents re employment agreement approved by Gen Hugh 5 Johnson recovery ad ministrator The workers may not work more than 8 hours a day or an average of 36 hours a week in 26 weeks but never more than 42 hours a week Packing and shipping crews may work as much as 48 hours in a week but not more than an aver age of 36 hours a week in 26 weeks The wages for the country as a whole u this agreement which will prevail until a code for the whole ndustry is approved range from 30 cents an hour in Virginia Tennes see Alabama Georgia Florida Louisiana and Texas to 40 cents which prevails in all the eastern middle western northern and far western districts except a few counties in Kentucky Missouri and Minnesota where the minimum is 17 or 38 cents The Favorite Those who know GOOD i THE richer mel lower flavor of Blatz Old Heidelberg delight ful full body and strength these are the qualities that will win you once you compare Blatz Old Heidelberg with other beers Order a case today BLATZ BREWING COMPANY EtabliihcJ 1851 DISTRIBUTED BY NEHI BOTTLING CO PHONE 3820 25 2ND ST S MASON CITI IOWA WORLDS SAI Fair weather and all exhibits and concessions at their best Go Notv Remember after October 31st the curtain goes down on the biggest show of alt time Rail fares still a bargain LOOK Round Trip from Mason City 3fW Go Tridir 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