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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 8, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME E R HIS MEM 4 ftVi OEPTOF I uo M 6 THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL xm FIVE CENTS A COPV ASSOCIATED PJiESS LEASED WIRE SJSBVJCE MASON CITY 10 VA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1936 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 287 Straw Vote Has Effect Politicians Believe It Has Influence on Election GERMAN SOVEREIGNTY RESTORED By CHARLES P STEWAHT ASHINGTON can didate who is in a straw vote mi nority naturally pooh poohs the significance of that kind of a vote Neverthel ess he and his man agers dont like it They would prohibit such voting if they could The candidate on the majority aide is pleased It is not exactly that he considers the vote a reliable indicator It is not necessarily so for organizers of these tests un avoidably get their ballots from a more or less picked fraction of the electorate For example one meth od is to choosei names from tele phone directories Now folk who have telephones We in a somewhat select many of them plutocratsbut in themain moder ately well to do On an average they hardly can be reckoned as of quite the same political sympathy with voters who are on relief Send Out Agents Some straw vote organizers have adopted the method of sending but agents to contact the telephoneless masses personally but that means that the telephoneless ones are like ly to be overemphasized in propor tion to those with phones True the Literary Digests polls in the past have proved to tie pro phetically pretty accurate The man formerly in charge of them now is conducting an independent poll being used by a considerable number of papers Politicians dovnot accept a straw vote at its actual face value Whatthey dovbeJieye is that the Rebels Reject San Sebastian Surrender Offer MASON CITYANS CLEANUP DEBRIS LEFTBYSTORM Restore Electric Lines to Most Sections of City Mason Cityans spent Monday cleaning debris from show windows chopping fallen trees clearing streets and sidewalks replacing window glass and roofs putting up wires and repairing in generalfol lowing the wind storm that swept through Mason City Sunday eve ning leaving worth of dam age in its path With restoring of electric light lines to most of the residential sec tions of the city and telephone serv ice back to normal the business life To Visit North Iowa as usual were still however againstfhis NotUiideirSuspicion NcvnaUbhal straw ballot thus far ia under suspicion of having been doctored by its organizers but there critics who say it might be done In fact now that such ballots have become so popular they predict that it will be done in future campaigns and they foresee that this doctoring if any may unfairly affect the later official vote Their reasoning is based on the assumption that about 20 per cent of the countrys electors want to cast their ballots for whichever can didate promises to win ratherthan from any conviction that one or the other of them is the better man In other words they seek the band wagon if they can determine in advance which is which It may amount to nothing to them either psychology of the city proceeded Many show windows boarded up Tuesday awaiting the arrival of new plate glass to replace that shattered by the storm There was a question in the minds of fair offieals of what to do with the grandstand which was shat tered at a loss of approximately 520000 all ot which was covered by insurance Plans were being madefor the repair of other build ings of industrial importance which were partially wrecked by the vv V v FpliceV rested Mon day s tree STRIKERS CLASH WITH WORKERS Fighting Breaks Out When Leftists Besiege 2000 Rightist Workers CLERMONTFERRAND France broke out Tuesday night on the grounds of the local prefecture where 2000 rightist workmen occupying the building were besieged by thousands of striking leftists The angry leftists members of the general confederation of labor charged through lines of mobile guardsmen to reach the rightists The rightists who occupied the prefecture earlier in the day in sisted they would hold it until the government ousted 7000 striking workers from the Michelin tire fac tory here After breaking through the double rank of guardsmen which was thrown around the building the leftists finally were forced back after several had been injured The crowd outside roared the In ternationale and shook clenched fists at the building Inside the prefecture the right ists sang the Marseillaise and shout ed Long live France 1 The mobile guardsmen were armed with short carbines but they did not use them driving the left ists back with their fists and shoul ders instead sid c walks and eliminating danger in a thousand places about the city where pedestrians or drivers of cars might easily have run into hot wires or falling branches of trees Although city employes had not finished their job of cleaning parks and public property of fallen tree branches the dangerous ones had been taken care of The storm was considered the worst Mason City has had and owners whose property was dam aged most were generally thankful that the damage had been of no more serious nature It was esti mated that only a short time would be required for most repairs Heavy Death Toll Is Feared in Landslide LUCKNOW India heavy death toll was feared Tuesday in a landslide which swept seven villages in the Garhwal and United province districts amongthe lofty Himalaya mountains Wages Boosted by Vatican Employers VATICAN CITY to be outdone by Italy Vatican employers announced Tuesday wage increases corresponding to those recently granted 6000000 Italian workers Decrees by Premier Benito Mus solini raised the wages of industrial labor throughout Italy about 10 per cent within the past months LOOK INSIDE FOR COR DELL HULL Pleas for World Peace and Labor Unity Made ON PAGE 2 Clean Up After Storm in North Iowa Towns ON PAGE 8 Hansell Man Fatally Injured in Accident ON PAGE 8 RUTH BRYAN OWEN ROHOE CHAHLES CITY Mrs 1 tilth Bryan Owen llohde has accepted the invitation of the Floyd county democratic central committee to spculc hero Sept 28 according to ISnvin Larson fourth district chairman Tho meeting be held in He high school audito riuin in theevening Sirs Kohdc will come here from Decorah will talk in the after IN US MISHAPS Seven Killed on Highways of Iowa and More Than 20 Injured NEW YORK ove the Labor day weekend took a to of at least 305 lives over the nation of which 258 were attributed to mis haps on the highways a survey dis closed Tuesday New high travel records were set in many sections of the nation as holiday celebrants taxed transporta tion facilities in most states Citizens of 5 States Vote in Primaries Talmadges Contest in Georgia Wednesday Holds Interest By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Voters 6t five widely separated states ballottcd in primaries Tuesj day while national interest cen ered on the contest in Georgia Wednesday where Governor Eugene Talmadge bitter critic the new deal is trying to replace Richard B Russell Jr in tlie senate of the United States States holding primaries Tuesday included Washington Arizona Colorado and Vermont In South Carolina a second runoff was be ing held between two Greenville democrats to choose a successor to the late John J McSwain for the cotton mill district in congress Governor Talmadge wearing his red suspenders has campaigned up and down Georgia charging Sena tor Russell a former governor and son of the states1 chief justice with being a rubber stamp for the new deal The senator said he was proud to have favored legislation which told that gang in Wall street where to get off Seek Scat In Washington seven republicans and nine democrats are contesting theseat of the late Marion A Zion check In the fifth district Mrs Rosalie Dill divorced wife of ior mer Senator CC Dill sought the democratic nomination f or congress AT LEAST SEVEN DIE IN IOWA HIGHWAY MISHAPS At least seven persons died in Helen Jacobs Injured Hand May Cost Title ON PAGE fl Towa from highway traffic accidents over the Labor day weekend while more than 20 others were injured Storms in the northern part of the state resulted indirectly in the death of one girl and serious injury to three persons The dead arc Mrs Agusta Koehlcr 7fi Uav Mrs Clrtrlotlo Ann Balcer 4I Bctleudorf Mrs J S ISiiRlmv Alls Coru Kusscll Marshall town Ocorgii Wiclt Burlingon Bliss Kliomberg Dubuqlic John W Lee Ottunnva The death of Mrs Koehlcr and Mrs Baker at Davenport Monday night brought the state highway death total to 317 forthe year Mrs Koehler died of a skull fracture after being struck by a car driven by 1 August Dccock 52 Long Grove farmer Mrs Baker died in a hospital from injuries suffered when struck by a hitandrun driver Aug 26 Julius A Christiansen Crawford county supervisor received serious chest injuries and a broken leg and Dr S A Huber Charter Oak broken leg when the car driven by Dr Huber struck a bridge near Ricketts Iowa Doyt Ashbey 31 was in a critical condition with a crushed chest suf fered when a treewas uprooted and fell on him during a windstorm at Bassett near New Hampton opposed for thedemocratic guber natorial nomination by John C Stevenson who proposes to have the unemployed produce by operating factories and by State Treasurer Otto Case Four republicans includ ing former Governor Roland H Hartley seek the republican nomin ation In Colorado Governor Ed C Johnson and former Governor Wil liam E Sweet sought democratic selection for Senator Costigans place in the sctiate Republican can didates for the senate and for gov ernor are unopposed Townseml Plan Issue The voluntarily vacated seat in congress of Mrs Isabella Greenway and former bridesmaid of the Roosevelts was being contested in Arizona by several candidates joth democratic and republican Lownsendite and antiTownsendite Gov B BMour one time country doctor was running against R C Stanford former superior court judge for the democratic gubcrna orial choice In Vermont the republican guber natorial selection was being sought sy a banker a horticulturist a law yer and a real estate Connecticut republicans were to open their state convention Tues day night and will nominate a state licket Wednesday In the governorship race are John CJ Tilsoti former republican leader of thc U S house of representa tives States Attorney Hugh M Alcorn of Hartford nominee in 1934 and States Attorney Arthur M Brown of New London Demo crats are expected to renominate Gov Wilbur L Cross Thursday William Lemke Raps Administration at Scott County Picnic DAVENPORT William Lem ke North Dakota congressman ant candidate for president on the union party ticket told a crowd of more than 20000 attending a Scott coun ty farmers union picnic The pres ent administration is trying to make hired men out of farmers Lemlce said the farmers unioi is the best and moat militant or ganizalion in the country to pro tect farmers TWO PORTUGAL WARSHIP CREWS FAIL IN REVOLT Fired on and Captured by Land Forces of Government By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Spains fascist rebels scornfully rejected an offer for the surrender of besieged San Sebastian Tuesday while s short lived naval revolt in Portugal spread the war tension all across the Iberian peninsula The surrender offer was turned down at a conference in France and the defenders of San Sebastian were informed they would be pun ished if theybore arms against the advancing insurgents It appeared almost certain that anarchists within the northern re sort town would set a fire rather than surrender In offering to give up the San Sebastian governor had asked for amnesty for the defend ers in an effort to prevent des truction of the city Tivo Warships Fired On The warships anchored in the Ta gus river harbor off Lisbon wen fired upon and captured by govern ment land forces after the crew had mutinied and attempted ti steam away for an uharvnouncec destination i jWhether of not the revolt w nearby Spain regained undisclosed Portugal while protesting he neutrality is inclined to sympathiz with the fascist Spanish rebels be cause of the authoritary nature o the Lisbon government Madrid socialists have accuse Lisbon of arming the rebels Portugal Not Agreed Moreover Portugal had no agreed finallyto participate in th activities of an international neu trality committee which meets a London Wednesday although ac ccpting the nonintervention schem conditionally In Washington the slate depart ment announced Madrid had foi mally disavowed responsibility fo the recent attempted bombing Injured During Storm BASSETT Ashby 31 was in a critical condition with a crushed chest suffered when a tree was uprooted and fell on him during a windstorm TfeWeather FORECAST IOWA Increasing cloudiness Tuesday night becoming unsettled In south portion Wednesday Somewhat cooler in northwest portion Tuesday night cooler Wednesday MINNESOTA Fair Tuesday night and Wednesday copier Tuesday night and in southeast Wednesday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday Minimum in Night 58 At 8 A M Tuesday Cl Labor day indeed it was for dozens of Mason Cityans There were broken branches to be chopped down and whole trees felled by Sunday nights storm to be dis posed of And the weather offering was perfect for the task as the above figures attest the American destroyer Kane by a unidentified airplane Four columns of fascist rebel moved on San Sebastian where th governor without the knowledge o anarchists who have threatened fire the city rather than let it fall rebels hands made the surrende offer Rebels Express Doubt With San Sebastian reported th scene of dissensiori among defend ing forces and with mobs reporte pillaging amid a food shortage th rebels expressed doubt that Hi governor could control the anai chists On another northern front battalions of Asturian miners er circled Oviedo while government ar tillcry and planes bombarded th rebel stronghold In Madrid new divisions of arme militia were organized hurriedly i the three day old Largo Cabalier government Clamoring for End In France where communists are clamoring for an end to the neutral ity policy which has kept socialist Paris from sending arms to social ist Madrid the tense situation cased somewhat after a one hour strike of Paris metal workers has failed to move Premier Leon Blum from his nonintervention stand Communist sources said they did not seek to force the governments hand or to withdraw their support from the government peoples front coalition There were however scattered other strikes in France not directly related to the Spanish situation Enjoying the Last Minute who returned to flieir studies Bo Gruppson of Mr and Mrs Giirl Grupp 3LO Hampshire nvcinie northeast mid Denn Ponle son of Mr nnd Mrs John 1oole 601 Third sired northeast Bqlh lire students in the third gradeat Central sclninl Photo by Lock Kuyeiiny MI jrravinff Netherlands Heiress to Throne to Wed German Aviatrix Who Flew Ocean Sets Out to Replenish Wardrobe NEW YORK Beryl Markbam set out Tuesday to re plenish a wardrobe that consists of the sleeveless silk shirt and the gray slacks she wore while flying across the Atlantic ocean Labor day put a crimp in the blond Englishwomans plans and she went on a motor trip In West Chester and Putnam counties and attended a dinner party attired in the same sports outfit she has worn Friday Princess Juliana Met Bernhard at Winter Olympic Games Ciiltyrljflll XttJn ilic Associated Ircss THE HAGUE The Netherlands holiday romance in Switzer land was climaxed Tuesday by the royal court announcement that plump and jolly Juliana heiress to the Netherlands throne will wed a German prince He is Bernhard zu LippeBicster feld a smart dresser an expert lin guist and an ardent devotee of sports Juliana too loves the athletic life Tennis is her forte The date for the wedding was not announced Juliana who is 27 yearn old two years oider than the nobleman who is to become her prince consort fre quently has been the object oC soli citude for Dutch matchmakers They linked her name romantic a that of King Edward VIII of England at one of the five princesses eligible to wed the British monarch But in GarmischPartenkirchen j at the winter Olympics she met Prince Bernhard Tuesdays announcement followed and it learned Prince Bernhard has been living in the Hague since the first of the month when he was transferred here by the German Dye Trust which employs him It is believed the wedding will be in the spring Juliana follows the example of her mother in marrying a German prince Her father was Prince Hen drik of Neclenberg now dead English Freighters 24 Man Crew Cut in Half by Epidemic DUNKERQUE France eerie epidemic which cut the 21 man crew of the English freighter Sea Rambler in half during a tragic voyage from Dakar came to light Tuesday with the vessels arrival in this port Fearful survivors told how seven men dropped dead before the eyea of their comrades while working in apparently perfect health Five oth ers were taken off the ship to a hospital at Madeira The ship remained at Madeira two weeks but doctors were at a loss to account for the strange malady She resumed her voyage and reached Dunkcrquo without fur ther losses HITLER SPEAKS TO 4TH ANNUAL NAZI CONCLAVE Streets Heavily Guarded as Fuehrer Arrives in Numberg NURNBERG Germany Adolf Hitler Lold a joyous nazis Tuesday night he had re stored jfull arms sovereignty to the German nation Der fuhrer here for Ihc fourth annual convention of the national ist socialist party which lie founded in the setting of obscure Munich beer halls more than iv decade ago spoke at city hall after accepting priceless four century old drawings of Nurnberg Tn a three minute speech he lold the assembled thousands This gift with its plans for the citys ramparts and defenses re minds me of the most difficult per iod in my in the past year 1 restored full arms sover eignty to the nation In that period the reichschanccl lor remilitarized theRhincland de fying postwar treaties and further increased Germanys armed forces World Iliblic Enemy He came to this city oC 800000 imris during the afternoon entering the thronged streets like a Caesar of old He found Nurnberg plastered with posters proclaiming bolshevism world public enemy No 1 Hours prior to his arrival in raw nd windy weather the route from he railroad station to the rather modest hotel Deutscher hot was ined by an expectant throng Hitler arrived by special train and drove through streets heavily uardedby theblack uniformed S3 Schutz Staffel special Occasional showers rampened the crowds but their enthusi ism knew no bounds when der uehrers open car passed slowly by vith Hitler bareheaded and np ighl again and again giving the lazi salute He wore the traditional brown shirt of his government Open Official Uceeption A fanfare of trumpets at 6 p m pcned an official reception at city all where Hitler received the greetings of the burgomaster His first important scheduled for S p m Wednesday 1 p m central stand ard time Meanwhile Otto Dietrich Hitlers ircss chief addressed newspaper correspondents and extolled tiie nazi form of government as the most modern democracy in hia ory In place of tlie majority principles of wrongly interpreted democracy it sets the principle of responsibility in the true democratic leadership of he state he said Iliinfstiiciigl fs Prompt At the same time contrary to some predictions Dr Ernst Han stacngl Harvard educated chief of he foreign press section of thn propaganda ministry arrived promptly for the conventions firit reception and was greeted warmly by other prominent iiiizis In well informed party circles TC was stated that the fuehrers tem peramental friend although here for the convention sessions would not play a prominent role This tended to confirm what had hecn an open secret for more than a Hanfstaengel no longer stands ns high with Htiler as ho once did PRINCESS JULIANA BUTTER THEFTS ARE DISCUSSED North Iowa Officers Mce at Hampton to Consider Prosecution H A M P T O meeting of a number of sheriffs and county at torneys in North Iowa where butte thefts occurred was held Monda afternoon to discuss possible prose cution of suspects held in connectio with the butter thefts in whicl losses totaled more than Evidence which might be prcscnte in court on various robberies wa discussed Following the meetin here Sheriff F C Schwieger lef for Omaha to confer further wit authorities there where the sus pects were arrested in connectio with prosecution of the case First Plane Flight Birthday Gift From Her Brother Fatal MIAMf Fla UIVMrs Mary Rclle Brubakcr SO was killed Tues day on her first airplane ride a birthday present from her brother She and Samuel Cooper a Miami1 amateur flyer crashed to deaths near the allAmerican air port during a sightseeing flight Mrs Brubakcr whose husband find three young sons are rtt their 1ome in New York was visiting her brotherH W Minetree and her mother Mrs Mary Belle Minetree at Miami Beach Her thirtieth birth day was Monday Vinton Girl Crowned Sweet Corn Queen VINTON Louise Bos trom 19 was crowned Sweet Corn Queen at the annual sweet corn day festival here Nearly 10000 per sons attended the parade and cele bration Several tons of corn on the cob were consumed   

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