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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 21, 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 1 COPX ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SEKV1CK MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST 21 1936 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OP TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 272 2 Reactions to Speech Latin America Well Pleased But Not Europe By CHARLES P STEWAKT ASHINGTON CPA Cables from Europe in dicate that coun tries in that part of the world were not overly pleased with President Roose velts recent peace speech at Chautauqua N Y By implication it was to the gen eral effect that the unhappy na tions the old world seem ut terly unable to live amicably among themselves that we must recognize this and being singu larly blessed geographically take every possible advance precaution to keep out of their future conflicts It naturally isnt pleasant to overseas peoples to hear the presi dent of the United States so urgent ly advising Uncle Sam to let them stew in their own juice the next time they fall afighting Latin America Delighted But if Europeans were consider ably miffed by the presidential re marks Latin America was delight ed The republics south of the Rio Grande unquestionably have been ever since the collapse of the league of nations very much of the same opinion as the one expressed by President Roosevelt Dispatches from capitals like Rio de Janeiro Montevideo Buenos Aires and Santiago indicate pleas tire over the presidents suggestion that Uncle Samuel while wholly averse to breaking into foreigners quarrels proposes to stand pre pared to defend himself and to aid in defending his neighborhood A New Enunciation This enunciationwas decidedly different in its purport from the sMonioe doctrine 5 James Monroe may not have nxeant it so but his doctrine long has been interpreted in Latin Amer ica as implying a kind of a Yankee overlordship of the new world coun but also interfer ing In its interfering aspect it has been resented And there has been some inter ference in Mexico in Cuba in Haiti and in Nicaragua Venezuela and Chile have been browbeaten though not actually invaded Ar gentinas neutrality was violated by a Yankee cruiser squadron under Admiral Caperton duringthe World war Washingtons diplomacy has been anything but diplomatic in var ious others of the southern republics from time to time At the very juncture when Sec retary of State Hughes was engi neering a world conference on naval limitation a Yankee naval commission was helping Brazil to create a navy for service against if anyone the Argentines American Offenders President Wilson was one of the v st offenders against PanAmeri can good relations President Harding was no im provement His administrations attitude wis If a couple of three of the Latin Americas are prepar ing to fight among themselves North America may as well make whatever is to be made out of pre paring them President Coolidge was no im provement either President Hoover was an im provement His fault was that he was not clever He did not get the credit he was entitled to President Roosevelt IS an im provement and he does get credit for it He is what the Spaniard calls simpatico likable Hes pleasant to talk to understanding of others problems tolerant BIG brotherly F D K Successful It generally is agreed that the Roosevelt administration has been most successful in matters of for eign policy There has been criti cism of Secretary of State Cordell Hulls policy of reciprocal trade agreements thats a matter of but it has been a peaceful world policy Particularly it has been a policy of real PanAmericanism The Americas are even including Canada The Canadians liked President Roosevelts speech as well as Latin America There are 21 American republics They can get together but they dont include Canada Too bad 300 Staging Hunger Strike in Coal Mine BERLIN hundred coal miners at Eichenau in Polish Up per Silesia staged a hunger strike inside the mines Friday the news paper Tagablatt reported The men demanded their unpaid wages LANDON MAKES 13 IOWA STOPS Great Britain Joins Germany in Warning Spain TELLS CROWD AT WARSHIPS WILL REPLY IF THEY ARE FIRED UPON Rumors of Rebellion in Portugal Fall Short of Confirmation By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Stern orders to keep Spains civi war in bounds were flashed Friday to the warship bridges of two great Britain and Ger many England adopting a similar pol icy to that of the reich served no tice on Madrid that British war ships will fire warning shots then aim if they are fired upon by Spanish vessels Only Thursday night Germany enraged by the reported search of a German merchant ship by a loyal ist Spanish warship ordered its menofwar to answer force with force That drew tighter the gathering international lines between fascism and socialistcommunist liberalism Action Is Independent Britain however made it clear her action announced Friday was independent of the reich Hours of anxiety spurred by re ports of a revolt in authoritarian Portugal gave way to relief when the rumors fell short of confirma tion The as ever to remain aloof from the chaos on the Iberian pen insula rejected a Uruguayan pro posal for American peacemaking in the dispute Other large coun tries in the Americas previously had indicated they desired to take no such action at this time A Lisbon dispatch asserted Por tugal was quiet although commun ications were cut off for several hours Thursday night The Paris government radio said at noon Fri day there was no abnormal break in communications but could not get any confirmation or denial of a Por tuguese revolution Italian Troops Ready Premier Mussolini his troops in a state of readiness was reported reliably to have directed his envoys to sound out foreign reaction to abandonment of neutrality negotia tions in the Spanish conflict The fascist II Duce was deter mined to acceptno agreement that did not provide moral as well as practical neutrality He was equal ly determined informed observers believed to permit no strong so cialist state to arise from the aft ermath of civil war in Spain Germany angered by the report ed searching of a merchant ship by Spanish loyalists was ready for ac tion with 16 warships in Spanish waters ready to meet force with force Soviet Russia the German press charged had taken over command of the Spanish conflict in an effort to set the entire world aflame for communism To Demand Apology France was reported ready to de mand apology from Madrid for re ported search of the German steam er in its effort to pacify nazi Chancellor Hitler into accepting a neutrality pledge Great Britain adopting a policy similar to that of Germany an nounced stem measures would be taken against any interference with her shipping in Spanish waters In Spain itself the bloody war continues There was fighting in the Guadarrama mountains outside Madrid in northern Huesca and on the Bay of Biscay frontier at San Sebastian and Irun Refugees from rebel Zaragoza related that fascist factories were turning out poison gas bombs dead ly weapon of war which the rebels have charged were used by loyal ists The Spanish government has de nied use of any gas bombs although a Paris dispatch asserted tear gas bombs had been used in one en gagement Judge Hamilton of Grinnell Succumbs OSKALOOSA death of District Judge Dan Hamilton o Grinnell at a hospital in Rochester Minn was reported here Friday Judge Hamilton had been ill for several months and went to Roch ester a week ago LOOK INSIDE FOR ROOSEVELT LANDON Roosevelt and Landon to Meet September ON PAGE 2 Five From Osage Are Given Jail Sentences ON PAGE 8 Derby Day to Be Last Feature of Fair Week ON PAGE 9 Admits Rockwell City Shooting Woman Dies ON PAGE 2 Mariley Hits tTS Liquor Permits Used in Iowa ON PAGE 14 RESCUERS NEAR FINISH OF TASK Dig Into Last Few Feet of Blocked Mine Tunnel That Trapped Four MOBERLY Mo dug feverishly Friday afternoon into the last few feet of a debris packed mine tunnel separating them from the cavern prison of four follow workers entombed since Tuesday afternoon As the crews completed the tedi ous task of clearing the main shaft and started into the tunnel that holds the entrapped men they listened intently for any signal that wouldindicate the victims still lived None came Arnold Griffith state mine in spector said more than an hour would elapse before much progress could be made against the tunnel debris Pumps were manned to force fresh air into the rescue pit to ward off the threat of deadly black damp Six hardy members of the huge rescue crew of volunteers were des ignated by Griffith to burrow through the last few feet The huge throng that has kept pa tient vigil at the mine since fire swept superstructure collapsed last Tuesday to entomb the four miners increased as word spread that res cue was near Weather FORECAST IOWA Cloudy with occasional rain today and in north portion Saturday not much change in temperature MINNESOTA Scattered show ers Friday night and Saturday rising temperature Saturday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday 82 Minimum in Night 67 At 8 A M Friday 71 Kainfall Somebody said It never rains but it pours August could be taken as Exhibit A in support of that ob servation The total moisture in Ma son City for the past nine days stood at 326 inches about half an inch short of the normal amount for the entire month of August At the Crystal Sugar plant north of Mason City the 24 hour total of rain up to oclock Friday morning was 89 of an inch HALDEN INSISTS ON IL S MARKET FORUSFARMER Senate Candidate Talks at Britt Hobo Day Celebration American market for the American farmer and benefits where needed for the fam ilysized farm were cited by Berry F Halden of Chariton republican nominee for U S senator as im portant pledges in the platform of his party in a talk which featured the evening session of Britts annual hobo day celebration Mr Halden introduced by Frank Senneff local lawyer gave a part of his speech under the handicap of a beating rain but the crowd hud dled under awnings up and down Main street gave close attention We believe in benefits for farm ing the editor added but not mil lion dollar gifts to sugar barons of Hawaii or to capitalists who claim their huge amounts for not farming Indian lands Raps Trade Pacts Mr Halden condemned the recip rocal trade agreements as they have worked out thus far and promised an agriculture free from regimenta tion He took sharp issue with Sec retary Henry Wallace in his view that the individual farmer is not Considerable attention was given to the retiremant of an enormous amount of American farm land from use coincident with a huge influx of foreign farm products the effect of which he said was to rob the American farmer of his own right ful market The speaker began his talk with a promise that there would be no villification of his opponent that so far as he was concerned the cam paign would be confined to issues Sees Two Theories Two theories of government are squarely before the American peo ple he said The new deal stands for bureaucracy by an inner circle a philosophy which has brought haif the world under a dictatorship The republican objective is a return he said to the Lincoln ideal of a gov ernment of by and for the people Here Mr Halden paused to read a quotation out of a recent bulletin from Moscow in which communistic support for Roosevelts reelection was urged In November he declared we will be voting not for man or party but for ideals That independent Iowa communi ties should be permitted to conduct their affairs without interference from Des Moines or Washington was a view expressed by the nom inee Mandate From People Mr Halden contended that with an unprecedented mandate from the people in 1932 the new deal had a great opportunity to perform large service But the platform pledges of economy and simplified government were thrown into re verse With the result he today scarcely an outstanding fig ure in the real democratic party is supporting President Roosevelt The striking of a clock at this point reminded the speaker that evey time an hour rolls by a mil lion dollars of your money is tossed out the window at Washington And next November he added you can close the window Alphabetical Agencies Fulfillment of the pledge against bureaucracy in the democratic plat form he said had been the estab lishment of 100 new aipaabeticaJ agencies fourth of the American I people today he asserted are on the government payroll The num ber is greater than the total of all employes in the industrial plants of America Fourteen principal laws passed by the new deal have called for in creased taxes it was stated In three years the cost of federal gov ernment has been almost doubled Nineteen new federal agencies are in direct competition with private business Its easy the speaker observed to build air castles with other peoples money Its a grand and After the Party Was Over In the upper picture Charlie Smith and Joe Johnson true knights of the road are shown gelling a little shuteye after a strenuous day of celebrating at Brills annual hobo day event Their room was a boxcar in the yards near the Mil waukee station in Britt Below are shown Scoopshovel Scotty wliose inebrialed condition incapacitated him for king work after his formal crown ing Thursday The picture was taken last wasnt able to stir the stew this year Hairbreadth Harry is shown in the picture to the right He was conspicuous by his absence from the festivities Thursday There are rumors that his wearing of innertubes has given him a high hat reputation among fellow hoboes Photos by Lock Engraving by Kayenay glorious buggy ride the new deal has taken us it will be a long and wearisome walk back home Farm Trices Higher Answering Ihe argument lhat the return of republicanism would mean a return to 10 cent corn and 2 cent Logs Mr Halden cited figures to show that the average farm prices during the 12 years of republican rule prior to 1932 had been appre ciably greater than the average for the three years since Agriculture is not being given it due he insisted Its robbed of its market by an illadvised govern mental policy It isnt surprising that the foreign farmers are almost unanimously in favor of President Roosevelts reelection Mr Halden praised Governor Landon alluding to his ready ac ceptance of the presidents invita tion to confer on drought problems at Des Moines and its contrast with the Roosevelt refusal to confer with President Hoover about the banking crisis in 1933 Its not my baby Mr Roose veil said and sailed away on a yacht Gene Raymond and Jeanette MacDonald Are Bound for Altar HOLLYWOOD haired Jeanette MacDonald and blond Gene Raymond who have often said mat rimony and their screen careers wouldnt mix admitted Friday they are altar bound together Announcement of their engage ment was made Thursday night by HARRY PLEASED HE WAS MISSED Former King of Hoboes Asks Britt to Support Him for President Hairbreadth Harry who held the title of king of the hoboes until the election last year at Britt wat pleased when he heard reports that Iris presence had been missed Thurs day at this years celebration at Britt At this years convention Scoopshovel Scotty was reelec ted king and then failed to perform all the functions due to his office because of heavy imbibing The Britt people missed me I understand declared Harry But now they can put their shoulder to the wheel and help me in Novem ber Im running for president you know Harry has been in Mason City for several days and plans to give a speech here soon Hes not sure of the exact date yet Ive been slowed up by a food shortage declared the itinerant traveler who wears intertubes for shoes and refuses to work the singers mother Mrs Anna MacDonald after she and Raymond had been busy denying romantic ru mors for several months Undecided are the time and place of the wedding They want to com plcte a new ranch home before the event Hoboes King Misses Britt Jail by Hair Scoopshovel Scotty Blamed for Lack of Stew wasnt taken to jail he should have been This was the city marshals allu sion Friday morning to the case of Scoopshovel Scotty crowned king of the hoboes during this ommunilys celebration of ho11 day The regal standing of Scotty is very much clouded today While he was sleeping off the effects of the jag which wholly incapacitated him for official business Thursday after noon and evening other boes among the 30 attracted here for the celebration were considering ways and moans to lift the crown from his head Not Heir Apparent A report that Hairbreadth Harry rival contender last year for the kingship of the hoboes was the heir apparent brought vigorous denial We aint got tio time for a guy dat wears innertubes for shoes said Charlie Smith from his boxcar Pullman a little before midnight Hes just out for some notoriety Last year there were indications of strained relations between Hair breadth Harry and his comrades of the jungle This year he arranged to do his presidential campaigning in other parts But the real grievance against Scoopshovel Scotty grows out of the fact that he was so completely pifflicated Thursday that he couldnt prepare the mulligan stew The ingredients had been provided by the local committee but Mr Scott official chef as well as offi cial wearer of the crown couldnt get his mind off sleep long enough to put those ingredients together in the accepted way Delegates Go Hungry The visiting delegates as a result went hungry a condition that hasnt conduced to the popularity of King Scotty Whether Scoopshovel Scotty will be permitted to serve out his year as king is an open question It is altogether unlikely however that he will be elected to succeed himself another year unless in the meantime he can find a way to ap pease his associates for the meal they missed Thursday Just about the last thing that Mr Scott remembers about Thursday was when he said I do to the question propounded on the speak ers stand at a public ceremony Do you take this woman to be your lawful queen The queen incidentally was Art Smith a resident of the Iowa sol diers home at Marshalltown who consented to accommodate the local committee in charge of celebration arrangements Thursdays party was a revival of an event started back in the late nineties by Bailey of Britt T A Potter and a number of other early day Britt residents MUST STAY FREE Says Governments Job Is to Protect and to Help By WILLIAM L BEALE Associated Press Staff Writer ABOARD LANDON TRAIN EN ROUTE EAST Alt M andon reiterated to a series oE owa railroad station audiences Fri day that one of the things we have a right to expect from government is that the government should not squander our resources At each stop of his special train the republican presidential candi date spoke priefly and shook hands with those who crowded about the rear platform Carroll serenaded him with a band playing Oh Suzannsli As his train pulled out of Omaha after an overnight stop the repub ican nominee was advised of Pres ident Roosevelts Hyde Park N Y announcement that a drought con ference of governors was being called in Des Moines for Sept I As I said before Landon told newsmen I will accept 600 at Breakfast It will be the second meeting be tween Mr Roosevelt and the Kan san Landon attended an oil con ference in Washington in 1933 The governor left Omaha alter telling a breakfast conference we NEARLY LOSES RING DENISON Alt M Landon ran into one of those handclasps that are a little stronger out in the west Friday and almost lost his Scottish rite ring Scores of hands reached up to shake his as he stood on the rear platform of his train One hard clasp pulled off the republican presidential candidates Masonic ring It was returned to him as the train pulled out do not want government to jeop ardize our birthright of freedom But he said government should do its full share in protecting us and helping us to meet our neces sities After this brief talk to the Ne braska republican places were laid for more than 600 drove in an open automo bile to the courthouse Following a brief word oc greeting from a plat form to a crowd there the motor parade continued to the station The nominee waved his hat to onlook ers Seven rear platform speaking stops were scheduled in Iowa before the Landon train reached Illinois on its way to Pennsylvania and New York Must Provide Jobs Introduced at Council Bluffs by Edwin Mitchell Landon said the fundamental purpose of the repub lican party in this campaign is to promote recovery and provide jobs If any measure will provide jobs Im for it If there is any measure that will hinder recovery and hin der reemployment Im against it Senator Lester J Dickinson oC Iowa National Committeeman Har rison Spangler of Cedar Rapids and Iowa State Chairman Carl Cook joined Landons party at Council Bluffs Republican leaders estimated a crowd of 1000 gathered around the rear platform of the train while it stopped for four minutes at Mis souri Valley Here Landon reiterated his state ment that we want no more must legislation Stops at Detiison Stopping briefly at Denison as the Landon train moved across southwestern Iowa the republican presidential candidate told an audi ence there are many things ws want the government to do ant there are many things that the gov ernment should do but I believe that the government can do things without squandering our re sources lowans who joined the Landov party for the trip acros the state included Senator Dickinson Mis Martha McClure of Mount Pleasant Berry F Halden of Chariton re publican nominee for United senator Mrs Vera Moss of Center ville vicechairman of the state committee E P Adlcr Davenport publisher R N Howes of Clinton Hemy K Peterson Council Bluff candidate for congress Harold Davidson of Clarinda nomi   

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