Mason City Globe Gazette, August 20, 1936

Mason City Globe Gazette

August 20, 1936

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 20, 1936, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION CENTS COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRI SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THUKSDAY AUGUST 20 1936 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONI NO 271 Publicity of Some Declare That Hamilton Travels Too Much By CHARLES P STEWAKT ASHINGTON CPA Many republican adepts in the science of political cam paign manage ments complain of conditions of frightful confu sion at G O P headquarters in Chicago Illustrativ e 1 y it seems that the national c o m mittee has three publicity d i v i sions 1 Pub 1 i ci t y proper 2 Public re SPAIN GETS GERMAN ULTIMATUM Champions of Track and Air Urge Safe Driving lations Z Research Among these three say there i3 no unity of purpose they operate independently of one an other and actually conflict to some extent I got my initial hint of the exis tence of this mixed up stats of af fairs from a very loyal republican who was connected with the G O publicity organization in Presi dent Hoovers day and during the 1932 campaign Impossible Candidate He is a highly intelligent young newspaperman He always and confidentially admitted that Hooverian publicity was terrible that the Californian was an almost impossible candidate to advertise 1932 anjway He is not jealous of his partys present publicity setup for he has a much better job now than he get under its auspices He simply is an impartial commentator Impartial except that it is to his business in terest to have Governor Landon win and it perturbs him to have the Kansiins chances damaged by what he considers bad management At that it isnt exactly bad man agement that he charges but no management whatever Hamilton Spellbinding Republican National Chairman John D M Hamilton is blamed by most of the republican fault finders for the bungling of G O P stra tegy Hamilton should be concentrat ing they assert upon executive du ties Instead they point out he is spending his time spellbinding per sonally here there and everywhere throughout the country They agree that he is an excel lent spellbinder smart as a whip and a very live wire but while he is touring the states they croak the executive end of his task is going to rack and ruin A certain amount ol travel is recognized as necessary for a national chairman but Ham ilton is accused of overdoing it Whos The Candidate Furthermore the Landonian lead cr is referred to as having made the republican campaign almost more Hamiltonian than Landonian Democrats are asking Whos the candidate Hamilton or Landon Even Chairman Farley never has given the impression that he con sidered himself more prominent than President Roosevelt Republicans dont like that ques tion Whos the candidate Hamilton also is accused of hav ing failed to realize that he cannot make one set of promises in one sec tion which likes that set of prom ises and another set of promises in some other section which doesnt like the preceding set Could Be Done This could be done once when promises could be made purely lo cally It cant successfully be done now localities exchanging informa tion so readily and checking on con flicta between speeches Hamiltons critics surmise that Hamilton fails to sense this because hitherto he has addressed only local audiences and fails to realize that what he eays is local nowhere but is heard everywhere The G O P organization has been in hard luck in recent years Publicity No Good I have remarked its publicity was no good in Herbert Hoovers time Hoover notably was unsuc cessful with the newspapermen Chairman Henry P Fletcher of the republican national committee was a conspicuous True he didnt give out anything wrong He didnt give out anything As my friend formerly of the G O publicity staff remarked to LOUIS MEYER IN MASON CITY FOR SAFETY COUNCIL Auto Racer and Fred Key Talk to Local Service Clubs It probably seems queer that a racing driver who constantly deals with high speed should be here in your city talking Louis Meyer three time winner of the Indianapolis speedways Memorial day 500 mile classic told an aud ience at the Hotel Hanford Thurs day noon at a combined luncheon of the Kiwanis and Lions clubs and Chamber of Commerce Meyer was in the city with Fred Key both speaking in the interests of the Na tional Safety council Key with his brother At last year set an air refueling endurance worlds record over Meridian Miss But after traveling upon Amer ican speedways more than miles at a rate usually exceeding 100 miles an hour during the past nine years and after driving over j more than miles annually on American highways without so much as nicking a fender on any ones car I can look from my ex perience and see how dangerous high speed and carelessness Meyer continued Meyer protested against the lax use of the words chancetakers or claiming that whether the driver of a car was a professional speedmerchant or an everyday businessman he could not be classified as such if he used forethought careful planning and skill Gives Three In every accident whether on the speedway or highway there is a definite cause and failure of what the National Safety council calls the three Es either Engineering Education or Enforce Meyer told his audience Our high speed racing activities when done in the proper place under proper conditions are fre quently under less hazardous condi tions than you meet on the streets and highways daily Last year ac cording to the National Safety council more thm were killed and in motor vehicle the driving ace stated May I especially urge that you Record Holders Greeted by Local Delegation Mayor W S Wilcox Is shown above in the center of the picture taken at the private airport west of the city accepting greetings from Louis Meyer fo r the racing ace and Fred Key guests of city Thurs day Meyer three times winner of the Memorial day race at Indianapolis and Key coholder with broth er Al of the worlds air refueling endurance record were in the city as part of a tour sponsored by the Na tional Safety Council Kneeling on the ground left to right are Fred Wagner president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce Phil Sproul executive secretary of the Iowa State Safety council Lester Milligan secretary of the Cham ber of Commerce and Harry Sondergaard member of the board of supervisors In the row above them left to right are Fire Chief Dan Shire Chief of Police Harold Wolfe C L Murray vice president of the Mason City Safety Council Supt of Schools K B Irons C E Gllman sec retary of the Y M C W G C Bagley president of the First National bank Meyer F M Humphrey Kiwanis president W Earl Hall president of the Iowa State Safety council Mayor Wilcox Key and George Barrett of the Pioneer Flyers Inc On top of Meyers little racer in the background are ClauienWorden post Commander Garrett Chap man Charles Patton chairman of the board of gup ervisors and Tom Summerhays of the Summerhays Auto company Ljck Photo Cut by WAS FORCED Negro Tells Judge A Fat Man Beat Him With Rubber Hose ASHEVILLE N tin Moore told Judge Don Phillips Thursday he was beaten with a rub ber hose before he confessed the killing of Helen Clevenger at the time of his arrest J F Clevenger of Great Kills Staten Island N father of Helen Clevenger fainted as Moore ap proached the stand and had to be carried from the courtroom to Presidential Will Cross State on Friday DES MOINES Cook state republican chairman Thurs day announced complete plans for what he said will be a rousing republican demonstration as Gov Alf M Landon the partys presiden tial nominee crosses the state in a special train Friday Therell be crowds at every sta Cook said Some of the ral lies will have brass bands At Landon will be met by a delegation Moore said the hose was wielded Indians and they tell me theyll try to make a Mesquakie chief out by a Tat man who also used his give your full cooperation to your fist in seeking lo obtain the Negros me The Fletcher system was nega tively news at all when there ought to have been news The Hamilton system Is positively awful wrong Wnd of Hindenburg Starts Return to Germany LAKEHURST N dir igible Hlndenburg took off for FYankfortonMain Germany from the naval air station at m Thursday atato highway patrol These men can do a fine job in checking acci dents if they have your Meyer declared He then answered questions of the audience on var ious phases of the racing game Fred Key Speaks The speed seems to be getting slower down towards my end of the drawled Key in his slow lazy southern accent But may I sub mit that even 100 miles an hour kept up in a plane for 643 hours nnd 34 minutes or over miles of sustained flight without touching Mother Earth calls more than ever for careful planning organization engineering and skill rather than daredeviltry and when my brother Al and I went aloft in the Ole Miss at Meridian to attempt a new refueling endurance flight we figured we at least would be safe from Highway accidents for about a month It is our ambition on this tour to draw a moments attention to the similarity between the successful results in speed and endurance rac success in any other field such as public safety Safety a At the risk of becoming trite or boresome we submit the plea that safety must become a privilege to be protected rather than a restric tion to be disregarded if public safe ty is to become a fact Improper planning and the cool ness that comes from full knowledge of our ship and its problems would have meant trouble and at least the end of our flight By the same standards if the 1935 safety record of one of Ameri cas greatest industrial corporations employing men could have been the record for the nation 000 people who were killed last year by accidents would be alive today May we express the hope that the official departments of your city and state will do everything within their power to make the streets ajid highways he con cluded Moore said one of the blows his stomach The six foot three Negro of dull demeanor said the beating was ad ministered in the presence of Dep uty Sheriff Tom Brown He said the fat man also told him officers had found his finger prints on a lampshade in the girls room Moores attorneys were counter ing a determined prosecution effort to enter in evidence the signed con fession which said the Negro went to Miss Clevengers hotel room at 1 a July 16 to rob it but killed her in panic lest he be discovered when she screamed Burglars Loot Safes DES MOINES broke into the Loyal Order of Moose clubrooms broke open two safes and escaped with more than 5400 in lodge funds early Thursday RESCUERS READY TO RISK MINE GAS Coal Miners Impatient With Failure to Reach Four Trapped Men MOBERLY pa tience frayed by two days of fruit less rescue efforts a grim company of coal miners Thursday threatened to defy officials and force their way down a water logged gas filled air shaft in an attempt to reach four fellow workers entombed in a col lapsed mine tunnel Arnold Griffith chief state mine inspector directing rescue opera tions at the main shaft posted a special guard at the abandoned air ciuct to keep friends of the en tombed men from entering Attempts to reach the imprisoned miners through the air shaft were abandoned Wednesday by Arnold who said the narrow vent was filled with deaclly black damp Four man rescue crews working in relays concentrated their work on the debris locked main shaft The four miners were entombed Tuesday afternoon when fire swept the mine superstructure causing the vertical main shaft to crumble of him if theres enough time All toid we will have a hun dred lowans riding the train cither straight through from Council Bluffs to Clinton or in relays There will be candidates republican or ganization members and newspaper men in the Arrive at Bluffs The schedule as announced by Cook calls for arrival of the Lan don train at Council Bluffs at a Friday morning On the schedule theres only a five minute stop at Council Cook said But Im sure the dem onstration there will be so big the train will have to stay longer Theres another big demonstration planned at Cedar Rapids with George Wilson candidate for gov ernor speaking for about 15 min utes before the train arrives and Landon appears to talk through the special public address system he has on the last After leaving Council Bluffs stops are scheduled at Missouri Val ley Denison Carroll Jefferson Boone Ames Marshalltown and Tama before the train reaches Cedar Rapids After the Cedar Rap ids rally at p the special train is scheduled to stop only once at Belle Plaine before reaching Clinton at p m Others Are Listed In addition to Cook other prom inent republicans plan to ride the Landon special from Council Bluffs to Clinton They include Harrison Spangler of Cedar Rapids assistant to the national chairman Martha McClure of Mount Pleasant na tional committeewoman VeraMoss Cehterville state vice chairman Charles Parker Shenandoah na tional committee representative in Iowa Newspapermen Included U S Senator Lester J Dickinson and Mra Dickinson will accompany across the republican short term senatecandidate and Mrs Halden are to ride the train from Council Bluffs to Ames where Halden will leave to fulfill a speak ing engagement George Wilson is to board the special at Cedar Rapids after the rally there A dozen Iowa newspapermen will the party on its tour state Berry Halden be included in the Landon across lowa tour Those boarding the train at Coun cil Bluffs to continue to Carroll in clude Mrs Lucy Shipley Adair Mr and Mrs Henry K Peterson Council Bluffs Dr H A Pierce Storm Lake Mrg Helen Vanden berg Orange City Mr and Mrs Fred B Wolf Primghar W C Ed son Storm Lake Mrs Henry Wood Moville John Henry Council Bluffs W R Orchard Council Bluffs J W Suddick Woodbine and Lloyd Page Denison Cook said another party plans to board the train at Carroll and con tinue to Boone The party is to in clude Mrs A D Weise Manning Dr G A Bemis Garner Mr and Mrs Fred Gilchrist Lauren s Bar ney Meyers Mapleton and Dr 0 W Wyatt Carroll Another relay boarding the train at Carroll is to continue to Marshalltown The party will in clude James R Rhodes Newton Mr and Mrs Lloyd Thurston Osce ola Mr and Mrs C C Dowell Des Moines and Frank Hanson Garner North lowans Included A Boone to Marshalltown party Charles Rhinehart Dal las Center Mrs Gordon Elliot Des Moines George McCaughan An keny Mrs Grace Simons Des M L Abrahamscm Boone Paul A Olson Story City S G Goldthwaite Boone and W S Rupe Ames The following party Cook said plans to accompany the presidential nominee from Marshalltown to Cedar Rapids Mrs Carrie Snyder West Liberty Mrs Blanche Dunkelberg Rockford Mr and Mrs H O Talle ANOTHER BLOOD TRANSFUSION TO BE GIVEN OLSON Party Leaders Confer in St Paul as Minnesota Governor Fails ROCHESTER sec ond blood transfusion to bolster the strength of Gov Floyd B Olson suffering from a stomach ailment was under consideration by Mayo clinic physicians Thursday The transfer will be made either Friday or Saturday physicians in dicated if the chief executive con tinues to lose strength The first transfusion was resorted to Tues day about 12 hours after Olsons arrival here Monday night In St Paul party leaders were in conference While no word was forthcoming from their meeting it was reported they were discussing the effect of the governors illness the Minnesota political situation He ia the farmerIaborites candi date for United States senator Had Restless Night An official bulletin said There has been no marked change in the governors condition He is apparently somewhat weaker He is tolerating feeding with in creased amount of difficulty Pulse and temperature are practically Previously Maurice Rose the governors aide said he had spent night and stvf feved pains whfca latter indicated were ot a lo calized nature in the Rose spent the entire night in the governors sickroom Condition Serious Governor Olson is in very seri ous condition This was announced by Dr William J Mayo at whose clinic Governor Olson has been un dergoing treatment for a chronic stomach ailment and was the first official statement that his condition was serious In a statement detailing the course of treatment given the gov ernor since he first underwent an exploratory operation last winter Dr Mayo Dr Waltman Walters who performed that operation and Dr A B Rivers who also attended the governor declared The governors condition is very serious indeed What the outcome will cannot Decorah Gwynne Mr and Mrs John W Waterloo Jim Millroy Vinton Mrs Mae Banks Montour Ray Eggert Waterloo Fred B Gil bert State Center Frank T Jen sen Dysart and Karl Fischer Vin ton Ben Butler Waterloo is to ride from Marshalltown to Clinton Cook said The chairman listed the following party for the Cedar Rapids to Clin ton journey Walker Hanna Bur lington Mr and Mrs Charles Pen ningroth Cedar Rapids Dick Howes Clinton Mrs Harriett Bal lard Cedar Rapids Frank Williams Cedar Rapids C A Benson Elka der Carl Hendrickson Cedar Rap ids Ray W Campbell Clinton and Edwin C Schluter Clarence LANDON STARTS EASTERN TRIP FROM COLORDO LA SALLE Gov Alt M Landon left here at a central standard time Thursday on a special train on the first leg of his eastern campaign tour AINT NATTJBE GRAND CHARLESTON Raffe ty Gin company posted a prize for the first bale of cotton market ed in this vicinity W E Frazier who operates a gin in competition with the Raffety companys and aiso owns a farm sent them his first bale He got the LOOK INSIDE FOR RUFO SWAIN Young Negro Reported Indicted for Murder ON PAGE 2 Creameries at Ionia and Hansell Looted ON PAGE 3 Two Tourneys to See Local Ready ON PAGE 13 Read Chapter 25 of Love Isnt Important ON PAGE 16 Stake Trot Fast Pace on Fair Program ON PAGE 13 Await Landon Reply on Drought Meeting ON PAGE 2 Difficult Task Seen in Deciding Divided Paternity of Twins COLUMBUS Ohio bus obstetricians indicated Thurs day that the state division of char ities would have a difficult task straightening out a reported case of divided paternity of twin girls now 10 years old Mrs Luetta Magruder division chief disclosed that a Columbus woman had asked her help in ob taining custody of both girls The womans husband Mrs Magruder said was willing to let the mother have one girl which he contended was another mans daughter but re fused to surrender the other of which he professed to be the father Leading obstetricians here declin ing to be quoted by name said that divided paternity was possible but would be hard to prove CLAIMS FASCIST RUSSIA PLANNED Zinovieff Testifies at His Trial for Plot Against Stalig Regime CopyrJffht 1936 by The Astfoclaled MOSCOW Gregory Zinovieff accused maker of a bloody plot against the soviet regime of Joseph Stalin testified at his trial Thurs day the terrorist conspiracy if suc cessful would have put Russia on the road to fascism Accepting the full guilt for the conspiracy alleged to have includ ed the intended assassination of Stalin and other high soviet figures the famous old bolshevist declared I went all the way from opposi tion party power to counterrevo lution and terrorism and actually SCOTTY RENAMED KING OF HOBOES His Queen Crowned After Parade at Britt BRITT Scoopshovel Scotty was reelected king of the hoboes Thursday at Britts annuaK hobo day commemorating the famous hoax of the national hobo conven tion He and the hobo queen who went unnamed were crowned at ceremonies following the big parade in the The reelected king had the honor of stirring the slumgullion fancy dish of the knights of the road which contains all the ingredients from soup to nuts He had to have a queen but there were no comers for the title of dubious merit so a local man was outfitted in what the well dressed female bum is suppos ed to wear A large crowd gathered for the celebration Free acts baseball games band concerts and a balloon ascension were attractions for the afternoon A high point of the festivities is the address by Berry F Halden re publican nominee for United States senator at oclock in the eve ning FORECAST IOWA Rain Thursday night and probably in cast and north portions Friday morning rising temperatures Friday MINNESOTA Rain probable Thursday night and Friday warmer Friday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 87 Minimum In Night 68 At 8 A M Thursday 70 NAZI WARSHIPS TOLD TO RESIST ILLEGAL SEARCH France Pessimistic as Italian Troops Stage War Games SPANISH AT A GLANCE By the Associated Press Germany warned Spains gov ernment in severe terms against any repitition of the search of the reichs steamer Kamerun off Cadiz Premier Mussolini of Italy was reported delaying demobilization of a military class while appar ently deciding on a lone band anent the Spanish civil war Two hundred thousand Italian were ordered into war games France grew pessimistic over prospects of a neutrality pact Western rebels advanced within 100 miles of Madrid in sharp fighting but were thrown back from Irun in the Catalonias secession gave im petus to similar moves for 14 other Spanish regions Rebel headquarters at Burgos asserted an airdrome force out side Madrid had revolted social Ithetic to the GERMAN WARSHIPS GIVEN ORDERS TO USE FORCE By The Associated Press The crosscurrents of the bloody struggle between faacistsmonarch ists and socialistscommunists in war torn Spain eddied Thursday night throughout the capitals of Europe Germany ist regime cause of th rebels stomped ai into the picture warships speeding towSrirLin 9 p forced draft with to meet all unjustifiable acts with force In a bristling ultimatum to the loyalist Madrid government of liber the government of Reichsfueh rer Adolf Hitler said it would hold the socialists in Spain directly to account for continued search of Ger man vessels on the high seas such aa that reported to have taken place aboard the reichs liner Kame run Italy Ready to Act While Italy was ready to step in the picture showing sympathy with the rebel fascists France with its comparatively new socialist govern ment remained lined up politically on the side of the loyalistsocialist Madrid government but nevertheless pressed its plan for a strict neu trality pact among the powers In England the complexities of the Spanish rebellion found expres sion in a strong middleoftheroad policy with a British embargo shutting off all shipments of arms to either Spanish belligerent England being a constitutional monarchy in some quarters must necessarily be sympathetic toward the cause of the Spanish monarch ists fighting side by side with the fascists against the Madrid govern ment liberals yet the presence of the strong fascist forces among the rebels would cool the enthusiasm of those in England who would prefer the restoration of a Spanish mon archy Sides With France Siding with French opinion in the Spanish civil war was soviet Russia whose press hailed the struggle of the Madrid socialists communists and anarchists against the rebellion of the fascists In Rome it was reliably reported Italy was delaying demobilization of the class of 1914 recruits and troops were ordered into war games at Avellino Such steps it was said resulted from Italys determination to pre sent a strong front against the pos sibility the socialist regime would be victorious in the Spanish war Wait for Answers The new aspects of both German and Italian attitudes toward a gen eral European neutrality caused France to regard with pessimism the chancesof completing her pro posed pact of ponintervention in the Spanish civil war in which re bellious fascists seek to oyerthrow the present Madrid socialist govern ment Conclusive still were awaited in Paris from Berlin and Rome after two and a half weeks of negotiations led by France and joined by Great Britain Another line of defense formed by government forces mhout 100 miles aouUiwest of Madrid to the capture reported from the Spanish capital of Navalmoral it Mata and Alia Navalmoral in Navalmoral was said to be 1 flames with the in ;

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