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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 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 COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 30 1936 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 253 Fleet to Be Kept Abroad European Situation Held Dangerous by Washington By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON CPA It is noteworthy that the state and navy depart ments consider ing the desirabil ity of keeping a squadron of American w a r ships in Euro pean waters sug gest that such a policy may be a necessity on ac count of gener al 1 y disturbed conditions i n that part of the world They do not confine themselves to mentioning conditions in Spain as disturbed They give the impression that Spains disorders simply have re minded them of the threat of simi lar trouble here there and almost trouble or interna tional trouble which will make American sojourners in whatever nay be the afflicted area mightily anxious for an emergency refuge under the Stars and Stripes All of which goes to sbow how apprehensive the Washington gov ernment is in regard to the Euro pean outlook Being Caught Inland An American in an inland Euro pean cily when an insurrection breaks out decidedly is in precari ous circumstances I have tried it in Lisbon Barce lona and Constantinople They are not so bad they are seaports If one cannot get away by train he can get away by boat But I have tried it in Madrid too there the foreigner is com pletely bottled up as effectively as a European would be corked up in Indianapolis if he chanced to be there in the midst of a revolution Madrid Paris Bu dapest Rome Warsaw or Moscow Try to get oat of one of these centers when night It may have been simmering for quite a while well known to local folk but absolutely otherwise to casual tourists unacquainted with the language or that particulai countrys politics Checks Made Worthless The rumpus bursting suddenly is likely to make the visitors trav elers checks worthless His hotel generally is centrally situated where it will get the full benefit of whatever shooting there may be Madrid for example All of touristdom is concentrated on the Puerto del Sol the citys big central square Fighting likewise is cer tain to center on this spot And ma chine gun fire and bombs are no re specters of foreigners Berlin and Paris illustratively seemed to me the last time I was in them as stable as Chicago But so did Madrid the last time I was THERE The state and navy departments evidently are not so sure either as they were previously of the stabil ity of Paris particularly and other inland European cities More Vicious People Hence the demand for a hasty avenue of escape for Americans from Europe Not that the United States gov ernment classes France Germany and the remainder of Europe with Spain The Spanish I know them well my own daughter is Spanish American are a more vicious peo ple when involved in civil war than the northern Europeans American ships in European wa ters are an old story American squadrons were in Eu ropes seas until President Hoovers days President Hoover abolished them as unnecessary Spain begins to give the notion that they are to inter fere but for rescue purposes MITCHELL STIGER RENOMINATED Men on Trial for Murder Attack Guards CHASE FOLLOWS ESCAPEANDTRIO IS RECAPTURED Guards Stabbed With File and Forced to Take Off Handcuffs CHICAGO men on trial charged with murdering a po liceman attacked their guards in an elevator in the criminal court building Thursday handcuffed the guards and fled but were recap tured after a chase through the building The guards were stabbed with a sharpened file and forced to remove handcuffs from the prison ers The men on trial were Frank Korczykowski 27 An drew Bogaci 28 and Paul Jenkot They face a charge of killing Police man Jerome McCauley during an automobile chase May 29 i Jury Just Completed i A jury qualified to inflict the death penalty had been completed i in the court of Judge C Lewe onlj a short time before the fight Assistant States Attorney Morris G Meyers said he intended to in troduce alleged confessions by the trio Public Defender Benjamin Bachrach had asserted he would charge numerous beatings b3r the police The prisoners attacked the guards when the elevator was between floors stabbing two of them and slugging a third with a blackjack Dash Through Bnilding After forcing the guards to re move the handcuffs the prisoners then put them on the officers and dashed through the building Policemen summoned hastily made it a brief but exciting chase Korczykowski was seized as he at tempted to vault a fence on the grounds at the south end of the building Bogaci was caught on the front steps and Jenkot on the roof where he had fled by way of a fire escape Meyer Set to Face 22 Year Old Charges Man Who Violated His Parole Claims Farm Near Rockford KANSAS CITY Mey ei 54 year old farmer awaited the arrival here of Sheriff A J Kamp meyer of Kane county who an nounced he would come to Kansas City to return Meyer to Elgin to answer a 22 year old parole vio lation charge Ive signed a waiver of extradi said Meyer at the Jackson county jail Thursday I am await ing the sheriff and will return to Elgin with him because I wish to straighten out the parole Meyer walked into the sheriffs office here Tuesday and said lie had violated a parole from a jail sen I tence given him at Elgin 22 years I ago for embezzling from a life i insurance company there He said a troubled conscience led him to surrender I Reports that he did not retain a farm be said he purchased near Linn five years ago were de nied Thursday by Meyer Sure I own those he said also referring to a farm he said he owned near Rockford Iowa Thats my story and its Meyer refused to discuss his wifes whereabouts other than to say she was somewhere in He said he worked on a farm near Rockford Iowa where he married his employers daughter SEVERAL OliDTlMERS CANT RECALL MEYEB Meyer Mis souri farmer who insists on going to Elgin to face a parole vio lation charge and who said he for merly lived near Rockford was not remembered by several oldtimers in this locality who were asked Thursday about him GUTHRIE TELLS ABOUT BEATING Refused to Oust Motherin Law and Discharge Catholic Maid DETROIT Wayne county prosecutors office said Thursday W K Guthrie Black Legion print er had told investigators he was flogged with a heavy whip for re fusing to oust his motherinlaw from his home and to discharge a Catholic maid After the flogging Guthrie was quoted as saying he did force his motherinlaw who was bom in Germany to leave his residence This disclosure came shortly after Attorney General David A Crow ley had intervened in ttie Wayne county Detroit Black Legion in vestigation The attorney general announced that henceforth his fice would take a hand in all cases involving the terroristic society Many Arrested in Russian Drive to Crush Speculation MOSCOW drive to crush speculation in Moscow expanded Thursday as police confiscated thou sands of dollars worth of merchan dise and arrested many persons The movement to break up groups of speculators began last week when police descended on persons operat ing in the Yaroslavsky market Mos cows largest emporium Authorities said many of the rings had buyers combing state stores for merchan dise which was offered for resale in the public market to people not wishing to stand in line Mrs Thompson Is Saved From Having to Conduct Hanging LOUISVILLE court action has saved temporarily at least Mrs Florence Thompson sheriff of Daviess county from con ducting her first execution Federal Judge Elwood Hamilton granted a temporary writ of habeas corpus automatically staying the hanging at Owensboro of Rainey Beathea 22 Negro excon vict for the June 7 assaultslaying of Mrs Elza Edwards 70 King Edward Plans Cruise Aboard Yacht LONDON Edward has chartered the yacht Nahlin for i three or four weeks cruise along the Dalmatian coast it was an nounced Thursday at Buckingham palace The king will probably join the yacht in about 10 days at Dubrov ink Jugoslavia He will be accom panied by three or four friends HERRING LEAVES FOR WASHINGTON To Make Appeal Jo Put Third of Iowas 99 Counties in Drought Area DES MOINES Gov Clyde L Herring left for Washington Thursday to make an appeal before federal officials to place a third of Iowas 99 counties in the emergency drought area Leslie M Carl federal agricultur al statistician for Iowa expressed the opinion as far as he is concerned sll of the 33 western and southern Iowa counties recommended for in clusion in the area should be in cluded Carl said applications from coun ties to be placed in the drought belt should be forwarded to R K Bliss director of the Iowa extension ser vice at Ames Before a county can be designated in the drought area and receive drought benefits ap proval must be obtained from Carl and Director Bliss Among counties which already have appealed for aid are Harrison Decatur Fremont Van Buren and Woodbury French Deputies Vote for Womens Suffrage PARIS chamber of dep uties Thursday suddenly adopted a rightist bill to make women eligible to vote and hold elective office The measure was passed by a vote of 4SS to 1 to force the hand of the senate which has steadfastly de I feated womens suffrage legislation Allotted Two Weeks Ends With Murder Mystery Not Solved ASHEVILLE N weeks which Sheriff Laurence E Brown allotted himself to crack the Clevenger case ended Thursday with the murder mystery apparently still far from solution Brown chief investigator of ths slaying of 18 year old Helen Clev enger said he still was confident of solving the crime though it might take a long time Lindbergh Inspects Airplane Factory BERLIN Charles A Lindbergh flew from Berlin to Des sau Thursday to inspect the famous Junkers airplane factory Authoritative quarters declared they were unable to predict the time and place of a possible meeting be tween the American flyer and Chancellor Adolf Hitler LOYALIST TROOPS SLAIN IN AMBUSH REPORT Spanish Rebel Sources Declare Madrid Fall Is at Hand SPANISH AT A GLANCE By The Associated Press Two thousand loyalists are re ported slain in ambush near Zaragoza Rebel sources predict Madrid will fall in a few hours Several South American gov ernments disclose they have been advised a rebel government rules Spain Report is circulated in Paris France may aid with arms in crushing revolt Government announces new successes in Gudamarra moun tains Rebel radio announces revolt of Valencia garrison as more Ameri cans depart Madrid for that city to flee country British government investigates to determine whether British and American banks and industrial properties have been confiscated A report isreceived in Perpig nan France that Barcelona is ov erran with lawlessness and vio lence LOYAL TROOPS SLAIN NEAR ZARAGOZA the Associated Press Two thousand loyal troops marching on the northeastern Spain rebel stronghold of Zaragoza were ambushed and slain not far from their goal remnants of their col umn reported Thursday Mountaineers who had comprised part of their loyalist troops charg ed with destroying rebel control of Zaragoza related to French offi cials across the border that ma chine gun fire had been poured up on them at a pass in the hills Further they said other col umns in the march on the city had to fall back to reorganize their lines due to the defeat As rebel sources circulated re ports that it would be only a mat ter of a few hours until Madrid it self was surrounjded so tightly that foreign diplomats could not leave a general exodus of beleaguered Americans to Valencia got under way Falls to Rebels A rebel radio report said Valencia itself had fallen to the rebels but the government insisted the city was completely normal and in con trol of leftist forces Several South American govern ments disclosed they had been ad vised a rebel government rules Spain The communications came over the signature of former Gen Virgilio Cabanellas and were dated Burgos Spain Thirty Americans already were in Valencia nine entrained at the capital city Thursday for the sea port and 75 more refugees were scheduled to leave for that ppint Thursday night Thursday nights contingent included both American and other nationals Cruiser Stands By The cruiser Quincy of the United States fleet intended to pick them up In the Guadarrama mountains the passes of which are gateways to Madrid the government announced leftist forces were hurling fascist insurgents back to Avila and Sego via French senators said Premier Leon Blum had told the foreign af fairs committee France might be forced to aid the Madrid leftist re gime with arms to prevent being surrounded by Blum was quoted however as denying airplanes or arms had been supplied the Spanish government so far Take Over Merchant Marine To bolster its defense forces the government confiscated ships of the merchant marine Authorities or dered all military and civil flyers not yet on duty to report for in structions at the Cuatro Vientos airdrome The government was optimistic regarding the rebel strongholds of Zaragoza Seville Cordoba and Granada insisting the insurgents were demoralized by lack of citizen support As the British government began an urgent investigation to determine whether British and American banks and factories had been confis cated in Spain the Ford Motor com pany said it had received a report LOOK INSIDE MARY ASTOR Film Star and Former Husband Trade Charges ON PAGE 2 Wolves Win Crown in Y M C A League Play ON PAGE 9 Son of Founders of Dougherty Succumbs Livestock Entries at North Iowa Fair Start ON PAGE 3 Campaign Marked by Political Skirmishing ON PAGE 2 RESCUE WOMEN AND CHILDREN Airplanes and Cars Remove Them From Path of Forest Fire MALTA and automobiles rushed women and children to safety Thursday from the path of a roaring forest fire which has hemmed one mining camp and caused the evacuation of an other and an Indian mission in the Little Rockies mountain range southeast of here Two planes brought 16 women and children out of Mission canyon and the highways were crowded with cars carrying in fire fighters and taking out residents as the mining of Landusky and St Pauls Catholic Indian mission were evac uated early Thursday 2 Slain 7 Wounded in Mexican Gunfight MONTEREY Mexico men were slain and seven wounded it was learned Thursday in a night gun fight between red workers and members of the civic nationalistic organization here Police and federal troops rounded up more than 400 persons including several prominent businessmen for investigation its factory at Barcelona had been occupied for an unknown purpose Wait for Reinforcements Spanish rebels in the northern sector contiguous to Bayonne French border point apparently were waiting for reinforcements from Pamplona before attempting to regain lost positions From Perpignan France came a report that in Barcelona the rela tions between fascists and the prov incial government were becomiing increasingly strained Lawlessness and violence were the rule there Loyalist rorces victorious in the desperate struggle for control of the summer resort of San Sebastian set up a new provincial government Republican forces were reported to have recaptured Tolosa south of San Sebastian which rebels had held for two days FUGITIVE SEIZED NEAR VENTURA BACK TO PRISON Anamosa Guards Arrive Here Return Kaster to Reformatory Stanley Kaster 28 who escaped from Anamosa state reformatory Monday was returned Thursday by guards from the reformatory after Kaster had been captured Wednes day afternoon in woods near Ven tura Heights by Cerro Gordo coun ty sheriffs officers Kaster was about to drive from the woods in a stolen car loaded with provisions when the officers arrested him He was unarmed at the time He was arrested in a Plymouth coupe which he admitted having stolen near Janesville since his escape Raster a Ventura resident had stolen some guns from the Triplett hardware store at Ventura four years ago and was also charged with having taken weapons from Jake Stork at Clear Lake He later stole a car at Janesville and was arrested at Waterloo The guns stolen at Clear Lake and Ven tura were in the car He was sen tenced to IO years at the state re formatory for the theft ofthe auto mobile in 1933 The stolen car Kaster was driving when arrested belonged to S E Gilliland of Janesville Kaster made no attempt to resist arrest Renominated Dedicate Forest to Author of Trees Who Died in France ROBBINSVILLE N World war veterans and friends gathered Thursday to dedicate a forest of towering virgin Joyce Kilmer the poet who wrote Poemg are made by fools like me But only God can make a The acre tract near here will be known as the Joyce Kilmer memorial forest The poet died 18 years ago Thursday on the battle fields of France Henry Ford Observes His 73rd Birthday BIG BAY 5 Henry Ford was 73 years old Thursday He watched a pile of congratulatory messages accumulate at his cottage in the Huron Mountain club reser vation but otherwise observed the occasion without special ceremony The Ford cottage one of half a hundred in the club reservation is understood to have cost It is made of huge logs and covered with a dull copper roof It provides nearly the ultimate in seclusion FORECAST MINNESOTA Fair Thursday night and Friday except un settled in northwest Friday somewhat warmer Thursday night and in east and south Fri day IOWA Fair Thursday night and Friday rising temperatures in west and north portions late Thursday night warmer Friday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 83 Minimum in Night 48 At 8 A M Thursday 65 For the first time in July the minimum temperature Wednesday night broke into the de grees lower than the months high est minimum of 77 recorded on July 10 JUSTICE R F MITCHELL JUSTICE CARL B STIGEK RlSllMERCUR SEEN FOR IOWA Temperatures Expected to Remain Under 100 No Rain in Sight DES MOINES tem peratures are in store for Iowa Fri day the weatherman forecast Thursday But temperatures Thursday held down the cool levels which pre vailed Wednesday when the high est reading in the state was 90 de grees at Albia and Burlington And temperatures Friday prob ably will remain under 100 degrees the weatherman consoled There is no prospect of rain he said lowans pulled the covers up around their necks Wednesday night for the lowest night readings in a month were reported from over the state with Fort Dodge reporting the low 45 was only 13 degrees above freezing if that means anything Temperatures over the state at 7 a m averaged from 5 to 10 de grees below normal No rain was reported in the state during the last 24 hours FLORIDA READY FOR HURRICANE Northwest Section of State Battens Down as Storm Approaches JACKSONVILLE lachicola and surrounding sections of northwest Florida battened down Thursday for an approaching trop ical hurricane Small boats were moved docks were cleared and residents of many beach communities in the area went to higher land while the disturb ance swirled toward them The weather bureau warned that wind of minimum hurricane force 75 m p probably prevailed over a small area near the storms center PRESENT JUDGES OF STATE COURT WILL RUN AGAIN Donegan Scoffs G 0 P Charges at Democrat Judicial Session PICTURE ON PAGE 2 DES MOINES The demo cratic judicial convention Thursday chose Justices Richard F Mitchell of Fort Dodge and Carl B Stiger of Toledo as two of the partys three candidates for the Iowa court bench The nominations were made by T E Diamond Sheldon attorney who moved that the delegates make the choice of the two present justices whose terms expire Jan 1 unani mous The convention cheered and then made Mitchell and Stiger by acclamation A third candidate remained to selected Justice Mitchell former state democratic national committeeman was elected to the supreme court in 1832 Stiger was appointed to the bench by Gov Clyde L Herring to fill the unexpired term of Leon Powers of Denison who resigned to become counsel for the farm credit administration Ridicules G O P Charge Justice Maurice F Donegan of Davenport ridiculed republicans who attempt to persuade the peo ple that the constitution and the supreme court are in danger in the keynote address When we think of the history of their own candidates we cannot help but marvel at the self control exer cisedby their orators and propagan the twinkle of ar Wenig Willing to Run for Congress in 9th District DES MOINES E Wenig state labor commissioner is willing to run for the democratic nomination for representative in congress from the ninth district The place on the democratic ticket was left vacant Repre sentaative Guy M Gillette of Cher okee was nominated to run for the unexpired term of the late United States Senator Louis Murphy Wenig here to confer with E H Birmingham chairman of the demo cratic state committee said If the democrats of the ninth district want me and believe I am the man for the job I will be a eye orthe trace of a smile state that the constitution is in danger Donegan said The three democratic candidates will oppose E G Albert of Jeffer son only present republican mem ber of the court W L Bliss of Ma son City and T G Garfield of Ames ID the November election Donegan who was elected to the state supreme court in 1932 for a six year term said at the beginning of his address that the system of party nomination for judicial posi tions is far from an ideal After advocating a nonpartisan state judiciary he assailed the min ions of power and privilege who are charging supporters of the new deal with being traitors to the form of government under which we Refuse to Be Shackled We bow in humble respect and submission to the pronouncements of that great tribunal the United States supreme court Don egan said in many respects per haps has been the most important of the three coordinated departments of the government outlined and es tablished by the constitution But we refused to be shackled and bound by that theory of the con stitution and of the supreme court which would make of them a means for the exploitation of the people for the benefit of great aggregations of wealth in the hands of the priv ileged few xxx No New Attitude And it is no new or unusual at titude for those who are dissatis fied with the restrictions placed upon them by the constitution or by the construction placed upon the constitution by the supreme court to endeavor to bring about either a change in the constitution itself or in the decisions of the court in re gard to At one point in his address Done n referred directly to Gov Alf M Landon and Col Frank Knox repub lican presidential and vice presiden tial nominees He stated they were both support ers of the Theodore Roosevelt prog ressive party in 1912 and that the partys platform advocated an easier method of amending the federal con stitution Senator Donahey Not Injured as Lightning Bolt Halts Fishing SOLOMONS ISLAND Senator Vic Danahey of Ohio was apparently none the worse Thurs day after a fishing expedition ended by a bolt of lightning The with a party of friends Including G A Schlessin gcr former Ohio highway director was aboard a launch headed for fishing grounds at the mouth of the Patuxent river when lightning struck the craft toppling a mast on to the wheelhouue where Captain William Hayden and Senator Do nahey were standing   

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