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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 4, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOLjXLH FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1936 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OP TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 284 SEEK POLITICAL EFFECTS OF MEETING NEW CABINET IS FORMED TO RULE WAR TORN SPAIN Desperate Band of Loyal Militiamen Recaptures Bridge to France MADRID Jose Gi ral Pereira resigned Friday and a new government was announced for wartorn Spain The socialist extremist leader Francisco Largo Caballero was named prime minister and minister of war The new cabinet contains sis so cialists two communists two left republicans one republican union ist and one ezquerra a political faction in the Valencia and Cataj Ian One minister yet be chosen probably will be a Basque nationalist Indalecio Prieto socialist strong was named minister of air and navy Giral Pereira remained in the cabinet however as minister with out portfolio It was announced that because of the length of the civil war the government believed it advisable to resign to make way for a govern ment embracing all parties com prising the popular Bridgehead Recaptured A desperate band of government militiamen checked a sweeping advance of rebels on Spains north ern IrunSan Sebastian front Fri day by recapturing the internation al bridgehead which leads to France The surprise counter attack came while the fascist insurgents were ranging through the burning and corpse strewn city of Irun and pressing pn the Biscay Bay resort of San Sebastian 8 miles to the west vlonks and other hostages in cluding a bishop were reported to have been executed by the retreat in j government defenders Meanwhile pressing anxiously for a united European front on Spanish neutrality Great Britain anu France renewed efforts to have Germany and Portugal sit on an in ternational nonintervention com mittee Will Not Mediate Mason City Must Find Transportation System Lisbon and Berlin were assured the committee not intend to mediate the Spanish civil war Two columns converged on San Sebastian at the double quick Be hind them in hard defended Irun they left a city strewn with the bodies of their in their tracks or shot summarily upon their capture Socialists claimed some of the government troops were mutilated bv Moors Fire spread through the rain drenched town The defenders fought desperate ly in housetohouse conflict until their ammunition ran short As rebels seized the international bridgehead from France some re ports said they killed a score of French volunteers who were fight ing in the Inm defense Xot Likely lo Hold Government militiamen recaptured ccntrol of the bridgehead later but it appeared they could not long hold their position for superior forces rebels immediately renewed the at tack New international complications arose with an Italian cruiser foam ing at forced draft toward Barce lona to protect ing the reported killing of the Ital ian father of seven children Rome announced it had concluded that protests to Madrid were use LOOK INSIDE FOR C P SHIPLEY C P Shipley Pioneer Resident of City Dies ON PAGE 5 Is Mason City Community Chest Goal ON PAGE 5 Eldora Boy Iowa State Fair Health Champion ON PAGE 2 Lou Ambers Wins Title From Fading Canzonen ON PAGE 9 President Dedicates Mark Twain Bridge ON PAGE 2 French leftists celebrated solid arity on the 66th anniversary of their republic and some observers saw in the demonstrations an ex pression of sympathy for the Span ish government BENDIX AIR RACE FLYER BAILS OUT Jaccbson Is Unhurt Amelia Earhart Battles With Flapping Door KANSAS CITY in volved two contestants in the trans continental Bendix air speed race Friday as they shot westward from New York toward Los Angeles Joe Jacobson 31 Kansas City parachuted to safety when his Northrup Gamma plane exploded near Stafford after he had flown from New York to Kansas City at a speed exceeding 195 miles an hour Amelia Earhart Putnam famed transoceanic woman flyer battled a flapping emergency door on her westward flight to Kansas City with a loss of time she estimated at 40 minutes or more Contestants Refuel Three of the seven contestants landed here during the morning for refueling Two refueled at Wichita and another at St Louis Benny Howard Chicago favorite to win the race landed here at a after a flight of 4 hours 54 miies from New York He took off 16 minutes later and said he planned no other stops on the mile flight to Los Angeles Flying a Lockheed Electra flying laboratory ship Miss Earhart New York and Helen Richey Pittsburgh landed here at a C S after a thrilling struggle with the VOTERS REFUSE TO LET TRACKS RUN ON STREETS Bus Proposition Came but Company Not to Accept It VOTE TABLE ON PAGE 3 Mason City was in the positior Friday of looking elsewhere for it general transportation system to re place the abandoned streetcars a a result of Thursdays franchise election In this election the Mason Cit I and Clear Lake Railroad company was denied a franchise for the oper I ation of its interurban north t I Fifth street on South Federal ave nue by a vote of to I Proposition No 2 in which the company asked a franchise for the I operation of buses to replace the I abandoned streetcar system car ried by a vote of to The defeat of the interurban franchise was accepted by the com pany officials as a rejection of their proposal for a transportation sys tem in Mason City and that as a result in accord with its announce ment before the election no bus system will be placed in operation by the company Hanlon Issues Statement The following statement was is sued by F J Hanlon general man ager of theMason City and Clear Lake Railroad company The Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad company cheerfully ac cepts the verdict rendered by the people at the special election This company believes it submitted to the people a sound and fair solution of the transportation problem in Mason City and between Mason City and Clear Lake but the voters dis agreed with that view and of ccurse their judgment is final One of the franchises was ap proved by a substantial majority while the other was rejected by a substantial majority Although the proposition was required by law to stated in two separate franchises the two cannot be separated and the failure of the one necessarily defeats the other The management feels that this city needs a comprehensive plan for public transportation and a failure to so provide is a backward step This company is vitally inter ested in the progressive develop ment of Mason City and Clear Lake and desires to cooperate in every way possible to accomplish this pur pose It feels grateful for the many favors extended to it in the past and hopes to merit by its active cooper ation favorable consideration in the Failed in All Precincts The interurban proposition failed to carry in any of the eight pre cincts of the city although in the first precinct of the second ward the noes led by only one vote The inierurban proposition met the heaviest opposition in the second precinct of the third ward In this precinct the interurban proposal lost by a two to one vote The bus franchise proposition carried by a substantial majority ia each of the eight precincts Presidential Candidates Match Smiles at Conference in Des Moines Last Big Flour Mill in Minneapolis Shut Down by Picketing before they took I MINNEAPOLIS last Jlrtiin TMlll a CPHir emergency hatch It was wired off at Land at Wichila FORECAST IOWA Showers Friday night and Saturday somewhat warmer in east portion Friday night MINNESOTA Showers Friday night and in east and south por tions Saturday becoming fair in northwest Saturday somewhat warmer along Lake Superior Fri day night IN MASON CITY Weather figures for 24 hour pe riod ending at 8 a m Friday Maximum Thursday 78 Minimum in Night 58 At 8 A M Friday 63 The wind was stU in the south east Friday morning with indica tions of further precipitation William Buster Warner and his all of New York landed their Vultee ship at Wichita at a and took off 25 minutes later after refueling Louis Tbadcn Bentonville and Wichita and Blanche Noyes Los Angeles landed at Wichita at a and were away 19 min utes later Laura Ingalls New York unre ported since her takeoff landed at Wichita for refueling at a central standard She took off again at p m Property Tax Refund Called Sop to Voters ARION Wilson re publican nominee for governor said the Iowa property tax refund is a sop to the taxpayers on the eve of Despite the refund the state refund is the lowest yet made by the present administration he said big flour mill in Minneapolis shut down Friday after a crowd of pick ets estimated by union leaders at about stopped the Washburn Crosby four mill employes from re porting for work This latest move by the flour feed cereal and elevator workers union in a drive for union recogni of five current walkouts here embracing as many different classes of about 325 employes at the Washburn Crosby mill There was no disorder Iowa Beauty Queen to Leave Saturday for Atlantic City WATERLOO Bailey newly crowned Iowa beauty queen will leave Saturday for Atlantic City N where she will enter as Miss Iowa in the contest for the title of Miss She will be accompanied by her mother President Roosevelts famous smileand Governor Landons cheerful grin mark a recess Thursday in the seven states drought conference in Des Moines The republican candidate for president also governor of Kansas attired ia a white suit is seen exchanging pleasantries with Gov Hjalmar Petersen of Minnesota at the extreme right Seated President Eoosevelt and Governor Herring of Iowa are having a little joke of their own Left to right standing are Senator Duffy Wisconsin Senator Dickinson Iowa Senator Kansas Governor Cocnrane Nebraska ajid Governor Petersen leaning in Governor Landons direction Immediately in back of Governor Petersen Is Senator Shipstead also of Minnesota Iowa Doily Press Photo Kayenay Engraving English Society Woman Starts Flight to U Wants to Be First Sex to Make West ward Crossing Copyright 11136 by Jhc Associated ABINGDON AIRDROME Berk shire blond Beryl Markham attractive young society woman roared out toward a moon lit but hazardous Atlantic Friday heart set on being the first of her sex to fly alone from England to New York The 33 year old mother who only a few days agr admitted t h e blue looks too vast on the oceanic map Mrs Markham sped away from this royal air force airdrome at p m a central standard assured of a full moon but facing other weather conditions not so good Son 7 at Home At home she left her 7 year old son At the field only a few close friends saw her green monoplane The climb into the sky The flight was to be nonstop Mrs Markhams single engine low winged plane has a cruising speed of 150 miles an hour and a range of miles Waiting for the last few days for favorable ocean weather at Abing don she took tiff for America ahead of the American round trip flyers Harry Richman and Dick Merrill who reached South Wales Thursday after a flight of less than 18 hours from New York Richman and Merrill expect to start their return flight withiu a few days Has Aerial Background Mrs Markham has an aerial background of adventurous exploits in Africa The air ministry reported sha faced 40 mile head winds in some places at a height of feet Low clouds and rain belts also spotted her course most of the way across Ireland and the Atlantic Although Amelia Earhart Put nam made the eastward Atlantic crossing solo Mrs Markham ii she succeeds will be the first woman to fly the sea from the other direc tion I believe in the future of an At lantic air Mrs Markham said before hopping off I want to be in the beginning It is a difficult flight I know I dont like the look of a map the blue seems too vast between the friendly pieces of Grew Up in Kenya Mrs Markham sisterinlaw of Sir Charles Markham colliery bar onet grew up in Kenya and flew solo after only eight hours train ing She became a big game hunter by air spotting animals for hunters j on the ground She made flights from Africa to London on three oc More recently she acted as pilot to a French financier Tall blond and athletic Mrs Markham has kept a rigorous train ing schedule in preparation for the gruelling attempt POPE PLEADS FOB PRAYER CRUSADE Attention Directed Toward Spain in Appeal to 200 Pilgrims CAETEL GONDOLFO Italy JP Pius asked Friday for a crusade of prayer for the ills be setting the world especially in War torn Spain The disclosed his fer vent desire for such a crusade to a group of Italian pilgrims He spoke to 200 members of the Franciscan Tertiary orders He urged them to pray and to tell their friends to pray and spread before the world his desire for a prayer crusade for misguided youth especially because of flagrant evils and in that country where brothers are killing brothers and outraging souls in the midst of sacrilege and hor rible ROOSEVELT AND LANDON RESUME SEPARATE WAYS Seven Governors Give President Advice on Drought Relief By G W CHUKCHILL Associated Press Staff Writer DES MOINES Roosevelt and Governor Landon went their separate ways Friday and left the nation looking for the political effects Iowa Gov Clyde L Herring said result when either of them lifts his at a nonpolitical drought conference These ranking political opponents one of whom seems destined to be president during the next four years came facetoface Thursday in Iowas statehouse to discuss Kan sas drought problems at the pres idents invitation But before they talked of this they lunched together on fried chicken and chatted about fishing Dine on Train After considering what to do for Kansas sun baked fanners titey dined together on filet mignon in he presidents special car and en gaged in the kind of conversation a white house assistant said you would expect from intelligent peo The nearest thing to politics I Gov Hjalmar Petersen of ilinnesota who sat at the luncheon able with them said was when he president remarked to Landon if you take my place in the white house be sure you dont use too big a boat to go But the president was just cidding Hed just been explaining that he liked to go fishing on a mall boat because he didnt have to take a lot of people Leaves at Midnight President Roosevelt left Des Moines for Hannibal where he dedicated a bridge across the drought shrunken Mississippi river xiday Then he swung across Illi nois on his special train to confer with Illinois Governor Horner Sat urday at Indianapolis he will talk with governors of Indiana Ohio Michigan and Kentucky Then he will go direct to Wash ngton D where Sunday night he will report to the nation by ra dio on what he thinks of drought onditions and what should be done about them Governor Landon who motored 270 miles to Des Moines from To eka Thursday morning to onfer with the man he is cam jaigning to oust from the white louse started back to Topeka Thursday night as soon as he fin shed dining with the president Stays at St Joseph He drove as far as St Joseph stayed overnight at the home if a friend W M Clark then trav led on to the Kansas capital Political effects said one vet ran political writer Ill guess with ou This is one of those things you ant Whatever the effects both the resident and Governor Landon ought shy of politics at their con erence The president after inviting Lan on and the governors of Iowa Ne raska Oklahoma and Missouri to onfer with him declared the con erence would be nonpolitical and aid he was making hia drought our not as a candidate but as the resident Landon seconded the president eclaring that relief of human uffering should not be considered a political Only Republican There The Kansas governor was the only epublican governor out of the president invited the governors of Wisconsin and Minnesota to the conference after the death of War Secretary George Dem delayed it two talk with President Roosevelt Thursday Herring of Iowa Cocflran of Ne braska Park of Missouri and Mar land of Oklahoma are democrats Petersen of Minnesota is a farmer laborite and Phil LaFollette Is a progressive Landon was the third governor closeted with President Roosevelt in Governor Herrings walnutpaneled private office His aides said the Kansas governor and the president sat side by side at the desk as they talked every aspect of the drought problem and from immediate to long range needs they added they reached no Had Pleasant Time Governor Landon told reporters he left a memorandum on drought relief with the president but said would not disclose its contents He said his suggestions were very well I had a very pleasant time a very pleasant visit with the pregi   

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