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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME AiLON E K HIS MEM iY D P r c r i r i B MO I fit r THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLII 11VS CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 2 1936 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OK TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 228 Theyre Not Agreed Townsend Doubtful About Lemke as Candidate By CHARLES T STEWART ASHINGTON as I predicted its nice to have made a fulfilled the groups Con gressman Will iam Lemke was counting on to combine in sup port of his Union party presiden tial candidacy are failingto get together Dr Francis E Townsend al ready expresses doubts of his old age pensioners liking for the Lemke movement At first the doctor seemed rather friendly toward it Now however he says that the old age pensioners wont make up their minds before their meetingin Cleveland July 15 19 He suggests that they may pre fer to name their own candidate ig noring Lemke The trouble with these third party folk is that they dont agree among themselves Instead of forming a third party when it comes to a showdown their idea is to form sev eral different and conflicting inde pendent parties thus offsetting one another Not Too Enthusiastic Perhaps as Dr Townsend fore casts the old age pensioners will pick their own candidate Perhaps not Either way its clear from the doctors comment that theyre not wildly enthusiastic for Lemke Lemke makes his appeal especial ly to agriculture by a method in volving monetary inflation On that basis one might suppose he could command the backing for example of Senator Elmer Thomas Thomas is from Oklahoma as agricultural a state as Lemkes North Dakota He also is an inflationist Nevertheless no Thomasonian cheers are heard for Lemke WhyWhy Thomas knows that China manschaiice It pays nimUetierto stay at least nominally democratic Labor shows no signs of getting on board the Lemke hearse It sizzles with third party sentiment but not for Lemkes kind of a third party The Rev Gerald L K Smith who has assumed that he is the late Sen ator Huey P Longs successor ap pears mildly Lemkeish but the ma chine Huey Long organized mani fests a disposition to toss the Rev Gerald L K overboard as its leader not caring to tie itself up with a losing venture Neither the Wisconsin Progres sives nor the Minnesota Farmer Laborites gravitate Lcmkeward Father Charles E Coughlin and Senator Lynn J Frazier are the only outstanding Lemkeites I know of And I wonder if Father Coughlin can deliver his following at the polls As for Senator Frazier he was coauthor with Representative Lemke of the FrazierLemke bill upon which the bill having been lost in the last congress Lemke is basing his campaign In such cir cumstances he hardly can be other wise than proLemke Parentheti cally its noteworthy that Fraziers North Dakota colleague Senator Gerald P Nye is noncomrnital Lemkes Hope Unlikely Congressman Lemke surmises that with his union party in the field no candidate will win an elec toral majorityoverall and conse quently that the presidential decis ion will be thrown into the house of representatives Its the height of an improbability The same prediction was made in 1924 when tie late Senator Robert M La Follette a far stronger can didate then than Congressman Lemke is at present was a third party aspirant and the senator car ried only his own state of Wiscon sin A similar prediction was made when Theodore Roosevelt ran as a Bull Mooser and he couldnt do it Congressman Lemke flatters him self The electorate is realigning cer tainly It looks to me likelier to realign by a reshuffling of the old parties than by the injection of a new on into the situation Reshuffling Starts The reshuffling already is well in progress However a third party might break into the situation with a strong enough leader Congressman Lemke isnt strong enough to make even a dent Four years hence such a leader may have take over one of the old parties or to create a new one But this campaign will be under the oldline names if not quite of the oldline character The oldline names and the newline character will be commingled Democrats will vote for republicans believing them to be democrats and vice versa Personalities will figure largely President Roosevelt has a dandy Governor Landons is as different from it as the poles are apart but it seems to be all the right kind is being manufactured for him anyway Lemke will have to go some to create one MAN TRAPPED IN MINE RESCUED Pope Pius Orders World Censorship of Movies FARLEY GOES TO WHITE HOUSE TO VISIT HIS CHIEF Future Status With New Deal in Balance at Campaign Talk WASHINGTON Cli National Chairman James A Farley and his aides joined President Roosevelt in the white house Thursday to dis cuss the presidential campaign That was virtually Farleys only word to newsmen as he walked into the executive offices accompanied by W Forbes Morgan treasurer of the democratic national committee L W Robert secretary and Charles Michelson publicity direc tor Uppermost in the minds of most was whether the conference around Mr Roosevelts desk would deter mine Farleys future status in the new deal administration Many ex pected him to step out of the cabi net as permanently or concentrate on the campaign We are coming in to discuss the campaign was all Farley would say I dont know whether the president will get around to other subjects Assaults on platform In preparation for the big ora torical engagements ahead leaders in the democratic and republican camps devoted themsejyes to an as sault on each others party plat forms Describing the recent democratic convention as marked by mumbo jumbo Republican Chairman John D M Hamilton told the Ohio re publican convention Wednesday night that the platform adopted at Philadelphia was intended chiefly to hypnotize the voters Its aim he said was to return a particular political individual and his clique to power while the re publican platform was construc tive Apart from its realistic dealing with specific problems Hamilton said there is a comprehension a spirit and a confidence in the plat form of the republican party for which one will look in vain in Mr Roosevelts personal document On the other hand Secretary of Agriculture Wallace in a letter to an Iowa farmer hammered the re publican farm plank as contradic tory It made he said conflicting commitments to eastern capital and western agriculture Campaign of Discussion Another administration leader Secretary of Commerce Roper was heard in a speech in Chattanooga LOOK INSIDE FKANK MILES lowan m Address to Nations Educators ON PAGE 2 Suggestions Made as Safety Session Ends ON PAGE 5 Makes BidloTll S Adherence to League ON PAGE 2 Estimate Budget For Schools ON PAGE 14 Hansen Beats Sherin for City Golf Title ON PAGE 9 SLAYS WOMAN IN HOTEL ESCAPES Wei Apartment Sits on Edge of Bed Shoots CHICAGO well dressed woman Thursday entered the apart ment of Miss Annabelle Blake 35 in a near northside hotel sat on the edge of Miss Blakes bed and after a short conversation drew a pistol from her purse and shot Miss Blake fatally below the heart it was re ported to the Chicago avenue police Miss Blake died before aid coulti reach her Harold Knox the hotel manager Tenn in which he appealed to busisaid the woman had made inquiries Account of Love Read in Suit Helen Hayes Charles Mac Arthur Listen With Stniles CHICAGO Hayes tile actress and her playwright hus band Charles MacArthur listened with smiles and occasional laughter to a romantic account of their love affair read Thursday in the 000 alienationofaffections suit it brought on The actress is defending herself against the suit of Carol Frink movie and stage critic for the Chi cago Herald and Examiner Mac Arthur married Miss Hayes in 192S after a divorce from Miss Frink The account of the romance was contained in a deposition from Adele Whiteley Ormiston a free lance writer of New York She told of interviewing Miss Hayes in 1932 for two fan magazine stories one called You Can Have Anythin You Want Leased Old House A paragraph which brought a laugh from the actress and her hus band quoted Miss Hayes as tellin of leasing an old farmhouse at Syosset N Y mainly because it seemed the sort of place Charlie would love Pictured him poking around in the cupboards lounging around the porch steps the story said Do you remember whether Miss Hayes told you that the writer was asked in the deposition That poking around and loung ing JLjvojjldsay was addi tion Miss Ormiston replied Thursdays session of the trial the second day brought Miss Hayes the actress MacArthur the playwright and Miss Frink the dramatic critic on stage for their first facetoface meeting in the courtroom Disputed Male Dapper They took their places around the narrow counsel table without any sign of recognition Miss Hayes entered with Mac Arthur She was wearing a blue taffeta suit with a printed top a matching hat with a veil and blue DJ r i sloves MacArthur the disputed ressed Woman Enters in Ule scene was daPPer in I a double breasted suit They were in gay mood Posing for photographs showingthem smiling fondly at each other Mac nessmen to help make the presi dential campaign one of discussion and education rather than one of prejudice and vituperation With the two major parties clear ing the decks for action the union party presidential candidacy of Rep resentative William Lemke of North Dakota was linked with a bitter in ternal row in the national Farm Holiday association meeting in St Paul Later the convention avoided any Ihreat of a breach by omitting from resolutions adopted all reference to either the union party or a farmer labor party favored by some mem iers Smifh and Borah An efiort to convince Senator Borah of Idaho that the aims of the new union party are the same as his was made at Chicago by the Rev Gerald L K Smith of the share the wealth movement After conferring with Borah Smith said he had tried to impress the senator that he ought to raise hell with Roosevelt Other political developments Tammany hall invited Atty Gen Homer Cummings Senator Robert F Wagner and Senator Royal S Copeland to speak at its sesquicen tennial Saturday Cummings and Wagner are new dealers Copeland is not so warm toward some adminis tration policies The independent coalition of American women newly organized at Toledo announced it would un dertake a housetohouse canvass throughout the United States to get out the vote for Landon and Knox Woman Injured by Cat NEW George Pit of Ionia is confined to her home caused by several cuts in flicted upon her by a cat that she found destroying her baby chickens years ago about apartments After being shot Miss Blake was able to call the switchboard opera tor and cry help Ive been shot Rush to Room Knox and others rushed to her room and the intruder was seen run ning down the stairway to the lobby of the building Before she could be detained she ran across the side walk and entered a maroon coupe waitingat the curb and was driven away The apartment hotel was about a mile northwest of the hotel where Mrs Florence Thompson Castle 24 night club entertainer was myster iously beaten to death early Monday morning The police said they learned Miss Blake formerly was employed by a cosmetic company About Age The slayer was described by hotel attendants as about the same age as Miss Blake She entered the hotel shortly after noon and asked to be shown an apartment She was taken to the twelfth floor and after inspecting an apartment there descended to the seventh floor and went to Miss Blakes apartment The police said they were told thi woman apparently was known to Miss Blake who was still in bed They said she must have sat on the edge of the bed because Miss Blakes clothing was laid across the chairs in the room Manley Reports Sale of Wine on Uptrend DBS MOINES E Manley chairman of the Iowa liquor commission reported the sale of wine is on the uptrend in Iowa there being twice as much wine sold in stateowned stores now as two Arthur whispered Is this the first take Miss Frink meanwhile strolled in the corridor smoking a cigaret She too was smartly costumed in black with touches of white gaylak fur When they sat at the counsel table she listened intently to the reading of the deposition her eyes sober FAIR WEATHER SEEN ON FOURTH Skies Clear Over Iowa and to Remain That Way for Several Days DES MOINES are going to have fair weather for their Fourth of July was the promise Thursday of the weather bureau here Skies were clear over the entire state Thursday and the bureau saii they would remain that way at least until Sunday Temperatures continued to re main close to normal with Burling ton reporting 95 degrees warmest city in the state Wednesday Cooler weather was forecast for southeast Iowa Thursday night but it will warm up again by Saturday Belle Plaine GJrl Is Instantly Killed Automobile ADDRESSES LETTER TO IL S Calls on Catholic Heads Over World to Follow Their Example VATICON CITY Pius Thursday ordered a world censor ship on movies under the direction of his bishops The order was issued in an ency clical letter addressed directly to the bishops and archbishops of the Roman Cath olic church in the United States The church head also ordered the bishops throughout the world to obtain from the faith ful annually re newable promises to abstain from witnessing bad films It was the first time in recent years the Pope has published an encyclical a d dressed directly Pope Pius XI to AmcrjCan bi m Tipover BELLE PLAINS Kimm 17 Belle Plaine was instant ly killed Wednesday night when the automobile in which she was riding rolled over several times after the driver Mary Hyte also of Belle Plaine lost control as she attempted to turn out for a herd of hogs be ing driven on the highway two and onehalf miles north of here The Kimm girl presumably was crushed under the car Another passenger in he car Beverly Petcrman suffered a broken leg The Hytc girl sus tained a broken arm and painful j bruises I shoos The encyclical was entitled Vigi lant Cura It was addressed to the lAmerican bishops because they took the lead in movie censorship It in vited the bishops of the whole world to follow their example Would Inform Laymen His Holiness ordered the estab lishment of motion picture review offices under the supervision of the bishops and said these officers would inform laymen what pictures they may or may not see The Pope ordered that a perma nent national reviewing office be set up in each country and suggested it be entrusted to the headquarters of the Catholic action organization and dependent on the bishops He urged the exchange of infor mation between the offices in all countries to achieve a unit outlet in the judgments and communica tions appearing in the Catholic press of the world He said he realized standards var ied from one country to another and this would have to be taken in to consideration Not in Accordance The pontiff urged that bishops appeal to the Catholics connected with motion picture production say ing the influence of these Catholics has not always been in accordance with their faith and ideals The Pope declared People who in time of repose give themselves diversions which violate decency honor or morality and to recrea tions which especially to Ihe youn constitute occasions of sin are in grave danger of losing their great ness and even national power The papal letter stating emphat ically the tremendous effect of films for good and evil was addressed in particular to American bishops The pope directed bishops to ob tain annual promises from Catholic laymen to abstain from witnessing bad films Fathers and Mothers In particular fathers and moth ers of families conscious of their responsibility should cooperate the pope said We thank the bishops and faith ful of the United States and we ex press our satisfaction over the good results achieved in this field by the Legion of Decency and urge bish ops and faithful throughout the whole world to profit by their ex amples the holy father declared We urge the necessity for a com mittee of censorship under the con trol of fathers and mothers of fam ilies in order that a medium fraught with such power may be a source not of debasement but rather of vir tue and national greatness in the contribution which it may make to ward increasing the welfare social and moral of the world Code Not Effective Cinema producers of America themselves became concerned over evil movies in 1930 and issued a code accordingto which they pro mised to abstain from production of films calculated to demoralize or bring Discredit to natural or human law the papal letter said However in point of fact they arrived themselves scarcely able to put if into effect For this reason Arab Leaders Plan Fight Until British Have Left Say Freedom Pledged for Their Rebellion Against Turks KDITORSS NOTE This is iho second of a series of stories from the troubled holy land by Edward 1 Neil Associated Tress foreign slaff 15y BDWVKD J NEIL ColivrlcM IKK by The Aswirlntrd Airmail and Boat to New Arab lies behind a mound up in the hills be side the road which leads from Jer usalem to Jericho or to Jaffa or to Tel Aviv The lights of a Jewish bus gleam on the road below The Arab rifle cracks perhaps the bus swerves and plunges into a ditch the in jured scream police and British soldiers hurry to the scene Why in the shadow of the Mount of Olives in sight of Gcthscmanc is there a steadily growing danger of shift in the theater of war from its most recent stage Ethiopia Leaders Shipped Off What Arab leaders are many of them have been shipped off to concentration camps in the weeks of guerilla warfare known as a general the strug gle will go on until Arabians win freedom from Britains mandate and the right to govern Palestine The crops are in the Arab peas ant is well equipped for fight Free dom he insists was promised him as the price of revolt against the Turks helping Great Britain win administration of these lands in the World war Now he says he will fight until the promise is kept Great Arabian Family Arab leaders envisage a great Arabian family consisting of Arabia Syria Transjordan Iraq and Palestine all bound together by tics of language culture and com merce if not actually under one government Syria is seeking to negotiate free dom from the French mandate Iraq already has a treaty of independ ence from Great Britain TransJor clan is a minor province where few difficulties stand in the way Pales tine alone faces the major problems Within Palestine arc 100000 Jews 10000 of them from Amor ca emigrees from all parts of the world here chiefly because Britains Balfour declaration of 1917 sug gested a Jewish national home in he holy land Immigration Speeded Up Immigration has speeded up hrough Germanys adoption of an antiJewish policy In 1935 it reached 60000 Jews have bought from Arabs great stretches of the fertile coastal plains have invested perhaps 335000000 in land and bus iness here For this and for themselves the Jews demand protection from Great Britain and a hearty if not com manding voice in any new govern and the right of contin ued immigration The Arabs demand freedom and the right to govern all and they number 700000 They want immedi ate cessation of Jewish immigra tion They probably arc willing to concede the Jews a voice in free government but not a commanding Wounded by Arabs District Supervisor Sigrist British official in Pal estine was struck by four bullets when his car was ambushed by Arabs near Jerusalem He lost control of the car which over turned in a ditch His condition is serious called on to intervene and organize the faithful under their charge into a legion of decency which had as its object n public promise rcneiveci every year to abstain from attend ing exhibition of immoral films This campaign succeeded in rais ing the moral fcvc of films and in the process had in no wise inflicted damage on the industry because many Catholics who had abstained from the cinema resumed patronage when assured of its moral improve ments Would Bo Solved The pontiff said the problem of movies would be solved if produc tion of only good films could be as sured However since it is difficult to organize such an industry he added additional influence must be brought to bear on the whole pro duction to obviate all risks and harm It is necessary for pastors to be ever on guard lest their charges should be exposed to corruption dur ing the hours devoted to recreation the hojy father asserted The encyclical entitled Vigilant Care was believed to have been in spired by Dennis Cardinal Dough erty of Philadelphia founder of the Legion of Decency who spent a month in Rome and left for the United States a work ngo after HAJLE SELASSIE FOR LOAN Seeks Leagues Approval of to Defend Ethiopian Integrity GENEVA Emperor Haile Selassie asked the league of nations assembly Thursclav night to approve a loan of to finance Ethiopias defense of her integrity The vanquished Negus also pre sented to the assembly the draft of a resolution under which it would pledge itself to refrain from rec ognizing any territorial annexation achieved by force of arms Selassie went before the states men for the second time to plead for the seemingly lost cause of his African kingdom now declared a part of the reborn Italian empire by Premier Bcnito Mussolini BRGUGHT0UTOF DEEP COAL HOLE AFTER 22 HOURS In Serious Condition Given Even Chance to Survive SHAMOKIN Pa U Enoch Kuklinskie Jr 3H year old inde pendent miner who was rescued from a 30 foot malicshift mine af ter 22 hours imprisonment was re ported in serious condition at a hospital Thursday Physicians said oxygen was ad ministered that the miner had possible internal injuries and was partly paralyzed A few hours after Kuklinskie xvatf rescued employes of the Stevens Coal company dynamited the hole and a dozen others in the vicinity Kuklinski was in a semistupor as he was brought to the surface Air air give me air he gasped through a towel Latcilie asked for water and coffee then later lapsed into semiconsciousness Has Even Chance Physicians said he had an even chance of recovery Swathed in blankets like a mummy he was strapped to a plank and hoisted up the makeshift coal hole at the end of a chain slowly wound on a handturned windlass Kuklinskios CO year old father who escaped being trapped only be cause he was working nearer the shaft when the gangway roof caved in Wednesday reached to embrace his son but the rescue crew hur ried him on a stretcher to an am bulance The machine had been parked on a nearby bank of refuse coal in readiness for the rescue A crowd of about 400 frindP wl atives and townspeople most whom had stayed at the shaft ah night cheered the rescuers and rescued Pinnud to Coal iilo The rock coal and timber which fell on the miner Wednesday pinned him to a pile of crushed coal on the mine floor This cushioned the weight but held him fast Kuklinskie is unmarried and lives with his parents While llie miners ring during the night Kuklinskie gasped j Hurry up hurry up its cold in here The rescue crews had to work cautiously because of the danger of loosening more rock from the roof of the abandoned mine reopened by the Kuklinskics to get some fourth of July money Hmdenburg Finishes Fourth Flight From Germany to Lakehurst LAKEHURST N J German dirigible Hindenburg grounded at a m CST Thursday completing its fourth commercial flight from Germany in record breaking time The big ship carrying only 22 passengers made the run from her home port FrankfortOnMain to Lakehurst in 52 hours and 51 min utes cutting eight hours 34 min utes from her previous record Lieutenant George Watson of the naval air station announced TTzgWeather American bishops felt themselves ing the pope on several occasions FORECAST IOWA Fair Thursday night and Friday cooler in southeast portion Thursday night warmer Friday in xvest and north central portions Sat urday fair warmer in cast por tion MINNESOTA Fair in south unsettled in north local showers in northwest Thursday night and in north Friday warmer In north west Thursday night and in west Friday Saturday unsettled local showers in northeast cooler in the nort Invest IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette wiaihrr figures for 21 hour period ending at i oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday XK Minimum in At R A M Thursday TI RAIN SEEN FOR DROUGHT AREA Prices on Wheat Rise Full Limits Allowed at All Leading Markets UKOUGHT AT A CbANCK I5y THE ASSOCIATED IKESS WASHINGTON Rainfall in many parts of drought area Thurs day night or Wednesday was pre dicted in weather bureau forecast over Cana dian and domestic situation precipi tated a buying rush boosting wheat full daily limits permitted of 5 cents here and at Minneapolis and 3 cents at Winnipeg The Liver pool market closed i cents higher WASHINGTON Resettlement administration reports indicate1 100000 northwest farm families would need aid Officials said presi dents special drought commiltrr would meet Friday jointly with that of AAA and by the middle of next the entire relief program should be definite CHICAGO WPA water con scvation projects wtrr mnpptcl for five northwest states to stem drought inroads ST of Agri culture Wallace came to Minnesota on start his drought belt tour SAN dead M missing heavy crop damage in floods resulting from torrential rains new floods threatened ATLANTA Substantial relief for parched southeast wherc farm damage is estimated by experts as high as SlcO000000 promised as well developed rain sector moved toward that section President Roosevelts farm at Warm Springs Ga affected by adverse weather 132710 Liquor Vermits DKS MOINES lows iquor commission issued permit tn 132705 lowans during the rnd 1 lime Chairman B K Man i ley i ported   

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