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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette June 12, 1936

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 12, 1936, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLII FIVE CENTS A COP ASSOCIATED PRESS ABASED WlBJB BEKVlCBl MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 12 1936 THIS PAPKE CONSISTS OP TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 211 KNOX NAMED LANDON RUNNING MATE ROOSEVELT HITS AT MONOPOLIES AND CHISELERS Says Control by Few Has Meant Ownership of DALLAS at monopoly and chiselers and call ing for democracy in opportunity as well as in government President Roosevelt declared here Friday the net result of economic control by the few has meant the ownership of labor as a Standing in the packed Texas centennial stadium the chief exec utive also asserted a lessening of was apparent on every hand and the good neighbor poli cy should be extended across the border to Mexico and other lands so that war may be forever ban ished from this hemisphere He discussed national questions freely as he did in the first set speech of his western tour at Lit tle Rock Wednesday night Nation of Homes If labor is to be a commodity in the United States in the final analysis it means that we shall be come a nation of boarding houses instead of a nation of he declared If our people ever submit to that they will have said goodbye to their historic freedom Men do not fight for boarding houses They will fight for their The president led up to his ant monopoly theme by tracing the his tory of Texas wars on the battle field against corporate control Democracy Restored You he said that certai forms of combina tions of public utilities and othe businesses which sought their ow ends were undemocratic becaus they were bearing down heavily o their smaller competitors and o the people they served he said we have re stored democracy in govemmenl We are in the process of rcstorin democracy in The president said the very na ture of free government demand that there must be a line of defens held by the yeomanry of busines and industry and agriculture Any elemental policy economi or political which tends to elirnin ate these dependable defenders o democratic institutions and to con centrate control in the hands of few small powerful groups is di rectly opposed to the stability o government and to democratic gov eminent Stressing again the necessity o the federal government taking i hand to cure economic evils when they get beyond state control th president added The more progressive of the states may do their share but un less the action of the states is sub stantially uniform and simultane ous the effectiveness of reform is by the chiselers who like many other evildoers stil are with Borah Refuses to Say If He Will Back Landon Sectionalism Lessened Urging extension of his good neighbor policy the president said I have taken great happiness here in these past three years in the lessening of sectionalism which is apparent on every hand You in Texas whose boundariei extend for hundreds of miles along those of our sister republic of Mex ico can well understand what the good neighbor policy means through out the Americas We seek to banish war in this hemisphere we seek to extend those practices of good will and closer friendship upon which peace itself is 3 Held in Drowning of Woman at Counci Bluffs Are Released COUNCIL BLUFFS Author ities Friday released three persons held for questioning in the drown ing of Mrs Violet King Chapin 31 of Council Bluffs They were Mr and Mrs George Clary of Omaha sister and brotherinlaw of Mrs Chapin and Harry Chapin divorced husband of Mrs Chapin The body of Mrs Chapin ta ken from the Missouri river late Thursday The body was located last Tuesday but could not be removed until Thursday because of high wa ter Mrs Chapin authorities aaid dis appeared in March LOOK INSIDE FOR CHARLES P STEWART Stewart Declares No Hicks at Convention ON PAGE 2 Man Held Blameless in Girls Fatal Leap ON PAGE 2 Amplifying System Big Affliction of Convention ON PAGE 10 Associated Press Sport Editor Picks Joe Louis ON PAGE 9 31 Counties in Iowa Carrying Relief Load ON PAGE ie SEEK KILLER AT COUNCIL BLUFFS Oil Station Man Kidnapec and Slain Devol and Gang Blamed COUNCIL BLUFFS Sherif Joe Perry and a strong force o deputies Friday combed the sur rounding territory for a trace of the slayes of Henry Plummer 38 Coun cil Bluffs filling station attendant who the sheriff said was killed bj men who kidnaped him Perry said Plummer was kidnapec from his station sometime between 10 p m and 11 p m Thursday night The station cash register was looted of and seven gallons of gaeoline were taken from one pump ae said Belief that Lawrence Devol for mer Omahan who recently escaped from a Minnesota asylum for the criminal insane and companions might be responsible for the slaying wasexpressed by Sheriff Perry Sheriff Perry said Delbert Dor man hambuger stand attendant said he served a man Thursday who resembled pictures of Al Scarface Saroco who escaped from the asyl um with Devol Perry said Plummer was shot wice once in the chest and once in be head The body was found Fri Oay by Henry Rodenburger fanner and Wilbur Fowler farmhand There was much blood in the ditch and Perry said he believed Plummer was killed at the point where the body was found The body was found on a lonely oad north of highway 6 and car racks indicated the slayers had urned their car around and retuned o the main highway after shooting lummer BROADCAST REQUEST TO KEEP WATCH FOR CAR DES MOINES The state Bureau of Investigation broadcast a equest to Iowa officers Friday to on the lookout for license plates 8686 stolen Thursday night from an automobile parked near the Council Bluffs filling station from which attendant Henry Plummer kidnaped and killed Glenn Schmidt bureau chief also eported the car believed to have stolen at Sioux Rapids Iowa early Tuesday by some og the escaped Minnesota maniacs was found aban oned Friday morning at Shenan oah Iowa 45 miles southeast of xnmcil Bluffs He said Shenandoah officers were necking to see if another car had een stolen IDAHO SENATOR NOT amir ON HIS GOLD STAND Not to Make Comment on Campaign Until Idaho Return PLATFORM TEXT PAGE 8 WASHINGTON C3 Senator Borah of Idaho refused Friday to say whether he would vote for Gov ernor Landon for president Back in Washington after being defeated by the Kansan for the re publican presidential nomination he told reporters he was not clear as to the meaning of the message Landon sent to the Cleveland con vention before he was nominated Thursday night Republican leaders had been waiting anxiously for word as to Borahs attitude toward the gold plank which Landon added to the convention platform The Idahoan previously had opposed vigorously a return to a gold monetary stand ard Refuses to Comment I do not care to comment on Governor Landons message to the Borah said at a press conference I am not clear as to what it means If it means he is for the gold standard of course I am wholly in disagreement with that but he saya he is not in favor as I understand it of returning to the gold stand ard unless it can be done without penalizing our democratic economy and without injury to our producers of agricultural But it cannot be done without doing both There can be no greater threat to the producers of this coun tiy than a pledge to return to the gold standard We had the gold standard the world had the gold standard and it was one of the great causes of the demoralization of agriculture as well as the genera economic breakdown Isnt Any Doubt There ought not be any doubl about that matter and there isnt any doubt about it as far as I am He said that he had no statemenl to make and will not have until return to Idaho with reference to the I have not had time to study the platform as a he continued but with reference to the planks to which I gavei most consideration I am quite in harmony particularly the foreign policy and monopoly and the omission of any threat to re turn to the gold He declined to say whether he would seek reelection to the senate They Bear the Re publican Standard ALFRED M LANDON FRANK H KNOX Had Square Borah declared he felt no tion to Col Frank Knox the repub lican nominee for vice president Asked whether he thought he had received a square deal in nego tiations with Landon leaders he said I am willing to say it was a square He added he had received no per sonal assurances from the Landon group as to its utand on currency The Lion of Idaho appeared tired but said he felt somewhat re freshed by a morning in the park after his arrival in the capital early Friday On the other hand Landons gold stand drew quick praise from form er President Hoover Frank Knox who had competed with Landon for the nomination and others Two Personal Flanks The other two personal planks added by Landon to the party plat form in his unexpected telegram some republicans concern but drew cheers from others The pos sible political effects were not so clearly visible These other Landon planks were pledges to support a constitutional amendment if necessary to permit minimum wage legislation by states and to place within the merit sys em every job in the administrative lervice below the little cabinet All three of these Landon planks had been turned down by the reso utions committee or its subcommit ee several times in an effort to write a platform that would unite all party factions Gold Ixrft Out Gold was left out of the mone ary plank chiefly because of Borahs opposition The constitu amendment plank was omit ed partly because some felt it vould weaken the first and leading lank in the for VANDENBERGTO SUPPORT TICKET Michigan Senator Declare LandonKnox Choice CLEVELAND Van dcnberg of Michigan who declinei to permit his nomination for th vice president said Friday he wouli support with all my resources thi LandonKnox republican ticket n a formal statement he termec the selection of Gov Alf M Landon and Col Frank Knox In reply to questions Vandenberg told newsmen that John Hamilton Landon campaign manager hac asked htm to seek the republican nomination shortly before Friday convention assembled He added however that his mes sage to the convention declining to be a candidate had been sent before Hamilton talked with him Vandenberg said he had not at any time talked with Gov Alf M Landon the presidential nominee about the vice presidency Plans for Campaign to Await Conference TOPEKA Alf M Landon told newspapermen Fri day that any plans for his campaign for the presidency would await a conference probably by telephone with the new republican national committee which will meet in Cleveland after the close of the con vention Syndicalist Is Slain in Spanish Rioting MADRID disorders in which one syndicalist was killed and another seriously Wounded flared up between syndicalists and socialists in Malaga Friday Carlos Santiago Robles 24 a syn dicalist was found dead with 14 bul ets in his body after a street fight jetween the two forces lie maintenance of constitutional government While there was little public dis cussion of the reasons for rejection of the civil service amendment patronage has long been recognized as a potent weapon in political cam paigns Landona telegram wag read to the convention by John Hamilton his campaign manager in the speech nominating the Kansas governor for the presidential nomination It drew cheers from the delegates Earlier the platform presented by the resolutions committee which omitted all three planks had been swiftly approved by the convention in a roaring surge of ayes in which not a single no was heard Landon Determined to Lead Party to Victory Topeka Celebrates his voice He kept his gray double breasted suit trim but his necktii was crumpled and askew when the crush ofthe well wishers abated Waves for Quiet Waving his hand for quiet Gover nor Landon appeared before the up roarious crowd accompanied by Mrs Hearing News of His Nomination TOPEKA M Landon picked out a new necktie took a fighting stance and gathered up the reins of the republican party Friday with the avowed determina tion of leading his followers to vie tory in November I propose to wage the most ag gressive campaign the republican party has seen in the Kan sas governor told newsmen as th Cleveland convention unanimous named him its presidential nominee The tumult among Topekas the phrase Landon nom inated rippled across the wires am through the unparalleled here since the World war armistice Surge Across Lawn In the ear splitting demonstration thousands threaded their way through the downtown district and surged across the lawn of the execu tive mansion There near midnight in the eerie glow of Kleig lights and old fash oned political red flares the gover nor came to his front porch and be spoke the good will of his neigh bors His gray hair slightly rumpled and his face flushed the governor dis played his emotion in the timber of Hoover Sends Landon His Congratulations TOPEKA Alf Landon new republican presi dential nominee Friday made public the following congratulatory tele gram from former President Hoover I send to you my heartiest con gratulations You have a great task or the American people I pray you vill have a divine help Herbert 15 Warrants Asked in Black Legion Case DETROIT Dun an M McCrea named 15 men in luding Arthur F Lupp Michigan ommander of the Black Legion in asking warrants Friday on charges f conspiracy to murder a suburban ditor and a village mayor 31 Miners Killed 30 Hurt in Blast FUKUOKA Japan ne miners were killed and 30 others njured Friday in a gas explosion at le Otani colliery near here Landon and her mother Nothing is more worthwhile than the regard of onea he told the throng suddenly become silent Nothing tugs more strongly a1 ones heart strings than their good wishes If after three years as your governor I did not enjoy your re spect and good will I should fee that I had For the sentiments you mani fest by your gathering here to night Mrs Landon and I thank you from the bottom of our hearts We shall always cherish the memory of this happy evening We Want Landon We want Landon was the chant that first found voice in the throng waiting on the executive mansion lawns And everywhere people shouted blew horns and rang bells Landons voice betrayed his emo tion as he read a telegram of con gratulations from Ralph C Mitchell mayor of Independence his home town He then introduced Mrs Landon but her voice failed her The governor cut a huge cake decorated with a message of con gratulations to resemble a tele gram and passed out pieces to ev sryone within reach motioning forward a crowd of eager eyed mes senger boys Crowd Stays Around When he finally returned indoors with Mrs Landon the crowd showed no disposition to depart and chantetf we want Landon so insistently that obviously tired but apparently willing he appeared again with Mrs Landon In the early morning hours the 18 hour momentous of lis to an end for Landon Still open in his study was a di rect telephone wire to his closest Mends at friends he governor consulted in drafting iis dramatic telegram on the issues Jefore the convention On a desk lay a message from his snowyhaired friend William Allen White From now on you walk alone 3od bless and keep you brave and kind and counseled the Em poria editor English Educator Dies ETON Montague Ihodes James provost of Etcn col ige for 18 years and noted Biblical cholar died Friday He was 73 ears old IOWANS DO AS LANDON WISHES Delegation Caucuses Puts Off Its Decision on Running Mate By W EARL HALL delegation to the republican national conven tion in brief caucus Friday morning before what was expected to be the final session decided to await defin ite word regarding Nominee Lan dons wishes before making up its mind on the vice presidential nom ination Harrison D Spangler national committeeman said be understood Senator Vandenberg had the Kan sans nod and W A Sheaffer of Fort Madison an Iowa delegate close to the Landon campaign from its inception verified this version y telephone Judge Jesse Miller of Des Moines said he recognized the wisdom of going along with the nominee on his matter but he said he knew there were some in the delegation who believed CoL Frank Knox Chi cago publisher would give the na tional ticket its maximum appeal The Landon nomination drew the plaudits of the lowans here with ut exception We can win with jandon was a sentiment generally held The session for the naming of a running mate was anticlimax Many of the lowans left in advance of Fridays session When came Iowa went with Knox lowan Killed by Truck ATLANTIC Bryner of Atlantic was killed when struck by a truck whose driver Sheriff P P Edwards said failed to stop The accident occurred near Anita east of here on highway 6 FORECAST IOWA Clear Friday night and probably Saturday warmer Fri day night except in extreme southeast portion MINNESOTA Partly cloudy to cloudy Friday night and Satur day possible local thundersbow ers In north wanner Friday night and In extreme east and extreme south Saturday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather for 4 hour period ending at 8 a m Friday Maximum Thursday 76 Degrees Minimum In night 45 At 8 a m Friday 70 The wind was in the south Friday morning indicating warmer weath r CHICAGO PUT IN FIRST BALLOT Nominated After Kansas Governor Goes Over by Landslide By EDWARD J DUFFY CONVENTION HALL Cleveland June republican con vention nominated Ool Frank Knox of Illinois for the vice presidency Friday with the same unanimity that marked the nomination of Gov Alf M Landon of Kansas for the presidency Thursday night From the start of the call of the states the delegates went for him without a solitary dissent cheered a telegram from Landon saying the road led to victory in November and disbanded for the intense campaign already under way For a time a draft Vandenberg1 movement seemed in the making But the Michigan senator in a let ter read to the convention asked that his name not be considered He said he could serve more ef fectively on the floor of the senate during the next Landon adminis Work for Vandenberg Colonel Knox had left the city evidently with a landslide for him farthest from his mind He indi cated an expectation that Vanden berg would be nominated and would accept There were plain signs that some of the main Landon leaders were working for Vandenberg on the ticket even after the convention met But they finally joined the rush Gov Harry W Nice of Maryland and former Ambassador Walter Edge of New Jersey took the ros trum as did Knox and Vandenberg1 for Landon Thursday night to withdraw their names and call for an unanimous vote There was a brief demonstration for Knox when ineofficial announced The inevitable band blared a few dele gates paraded and the Landon cow bells rang Knox Profoundly Learning of his nomination in Michigan City Knox said he was profoundly Now 62 and publisher of the Chicago Daily News he has been on the warpath against the new deal for months He was a rough rider in the SpanishAmerican war worked for Teddy Roosevelt in bull moose days the same as the then youthful Landon But their paths were not destined to cross until this later point in the 80 year history of republicanism J Henry Roraback old guard eader from Connecticut shortly bei Ore adjournment to formally notify of his nomination A resolu tion setting up a committee was formally adopted Hamilton Sounds Weary John Hamilton energetic Landon manager next offered a routine res olution pertaining to filling vacan cies on the national committee voice was weary and few delegates caught hiswords but the vote nev ertheless was unanimous Henry P FJetcher was introduced as chairman of the republican na tional committee although a new body previously had been approved by the convention His call to the delegates was to thank Ralph E Williams national cojnmitteeman from Oregon and they did Immediately the twentyfirat na tional convention of the republican party was declared adjourned and with the banging of the final gavel at p m CST to the tune of Glory Glory Hallelujah from feminine soloist the delegates began to stream out of the hall facing toward the campaign that lies ahead Four Presented In all four names were presented to the convention for the vice pres idency They were Frank Knox of Illinois Walter Edge of New Jersey Gov Harry Nice of Maryland Arthur W Little of New York Little a New York printing firm official was the last to be named He was proposed by the Wyoming delegation Landons was the only name pre sented for the presidential nomina tion Thursday night and on the roll call he received 984 of the votes The announcement was drowned by the din of his ing and parading followers 19 NonLondon Of the 19 nonLandon consin cast 18 for Sejv E Borah of Idaho one from went to the consin then nomination be ;

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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: June 12, 1936

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