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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1936 THIfi PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 289 REPORT BUTTER THEFTS CLEANED UP HOLDSUSPECTED RINGLEADER OF BURGLARY GANG 4 Men Under Arrest to Be Prosecuted in 4 Counties A Police Chiefs of Iowa Hear Address by GMan t iHCe A or i i iivrptos 1 U boi in jiTIv f4 officers a is Uy i Onxiia ar A SspocU a srher arr fcrs ir Sioiac dcnva aa L rtu svd Gruber Co Al Hart i abort hc round sc of the i OY an Ornaisa r patrol v f when vpe true Its ap particular o the burg1 sheriffs j or thf reported that ri frequently at Sioux City and Omaha meeting places were withd as looked or evidence to take into court against the butter robbery gang stole pro currency from more than A rrcarncrica valued at fXX it started opcrations early Snitch to Sedans i a greater loss than tho During thp r last few weeks of operation tiKv apparently found highway patrolmen sheriffs and bu reau agents were on the lookout for trucks and they switched to sedans aad Schmidt said the method of op eration was as follows First members of the gang would drive through small towns on the lookout for creameries noting particularly whether the loading platforms were in conspicuous I places I After spotting their creameries they would drive their cars to the place shortly after midnight Usu ally they broke in by jimmying a window They would put on over alls and gloves before breaking in they wouldnt leave fingerprints or shreds of clothing which might be easily identified One Stood Guard Two men would enter the creamery while one stood outside with a shotgun After they had wheeled all the butter and cheese from the refrigerator to the loading platform the outside man would signal and the burglary cars would drive up to take the loot One man ond one woman arrest ed at Omaha with Wright and Har vey subsequently were released al though the woman received jail sentence for vagrancy at Omaha Two other men arrested lj con nection with the investigation of the butter robberies one at Le Mars and the other at Rock Rapids also were released Held In Minnesota Schmidt said that Byron Green neld Luverne may face charges there Evidence against the gang of al LOOK INSIDE FOR HARRY BROVVE Hot Tip in Hunt for Missing Baby Collapses ON PAGE 2 Big Ten Notre Dame Gridders in Practice PAGE is New York Yankees Are American Loop Champs ON PAGE 15 Arnold Businessman at Garner Succumbs ox PAGE H Spies Prominent as War Seems Imrriment ON PAGE 2 U S CORN CROP ESTIMATE GIVEN Sept 1 Conditions Show Slightly Larger Yield Than Aug 1 WASHINGTON effect on crop prospects during Aug ust was shown Thursday when the department of agriculture announc ed the indicated corn crop this year based on September 1 conditions was bushels compared with bushels indicated a month ago and bush els two months ago Last years crop bushels Says She Stabbed Husband to Death CHICAGO sitting in ar automobile Thursday near her fatally wounded husband Mrs Euna Smith 38 told State Highway Policeman Samuel McDowell she stabbed the man after he threat ened to drown both of them in near by Lake Michigan Smith his jugular vein severed died shortly after the policeman ar rived leged butter thieves was particular ly hard to get because of the clever operations of the ringleader ac cording to North Iowa authorities who have been working with state agents the investigations The leader frequently a burglary and get it committed by individuals who were brought together for the one job and then taken to their homes as soon as it was over Because of thia plan of working authorities had difficulty in finding members of the gang to gether and it was particularly dif ficult to get evidence on them i OFFICERS SHOW THEIR ABILITY AT SHOOTING RANGE Ballistics and Explosives Discussed at Round Table Meets STORY ON PAGE 6 The Iowa Association of Chiefs of Police swung into the second and outstanding day of their three day convention here Thursday with a full program outlined for the day The address by Jay C Newman special agent in charge of the Fed eral Bureau of Investigation of the United States Department of Jus tice St Louis was scheduled as the high spot of the convention Following Mr Newmans address which was assigned to the conven tion of the chiefs at Mason City through the personal courtesy of J Edgar Hoover director of the Fed eral Bureau of Investigation of the United States Department of Jus tice a shooting demonstration was scheduled by Kenneth M Beegle Omaha at the police range northeast of Mason City Try Marksmanship Throughout the day guns have been blazing away on this range as the officers set up their marks as good fair or poor shots On the convention range the score made little difference for there were prizes for most of the officers The wives of the officers attending the convention also had their chance to demonstrate their Marksmanship Thursday having their own range competition followed by a lunch eon at noon at the Hotel Hanford Thursday morning the chiefs at tending the convention closed their round table discussions with a dis cussion of ballistics and ixplosives The high spot of the first days discussions was led by Chief H A Alber of Des iifcines in re gard to the parole system in Iowa Although several members of the organization were individually se vere in their criticism of the sys tem Chief Alber suggested that the officers cooperate with the board in an effort to bring about a better system of paroles Urges CoOperation Chief Alber did not criticize the board but rather the misunder standing between board and the police officers The organization went on record to appoint a com mittee to contact the board in an effort to bring about a better sys tem for Iowa with the aid of the Association of Chiefs of Police Following Wednesdays round ta ble discussions which opened the convention in Mason City the of ficers and their wives adjourned for a sightseeing trip around Ma son City and Clear Lake which ended with a motor boat ride around the lake The evening was spent at the Hotel Hanford where Dutcn lunches were served and the eve ning spent in entertainment The convention banquet was scheduled for Thursday evening at the Hotel Hanford Sheriff J M Robertson of Mason City addressed the chiefs Thursday morning on the suuject of coopera tion between sheriffs and police partments Praises Cooperation In my four years as sheriff here I have had 100 per cent coopera tion with the local police depart said Sheriff Robertson I have left city cases to the police anJ offered assistance from the sheriffs office when it was He urged the chiefs of the depart ments to work with the younger generation in a way to make the police the friends of the youngsters rather than someone to be feared He gave examples of how the friendship of policemen has saved youngsters wao would not confide in their parents The parents of today expect the teachers to take care of their chil dren during the day and the police take over the job at said Sheriff Robertson County Atty Frederick B Shaf fer urged the chiefs to cooperate with their county attorneys by keeping better records of cases He especially emphasized the written individual reports from the officers making the arrests Shot by Housekeeper HAMBURG body of Jack Sinclair a native of Hamburg who was shot by his housekeeper at Miami will be returned here for burial Mrs Helen Phillips Sin clairs daughter will accompany the body here Spy Suspects Held in Iowa Pictured here is the Japanese couple Nobuzana Tsunura claim ing to be of Denver and Miss Toniye Yanari 22 who says her home is in Plattvllle who were arrested in Davenport Wednesday on suspicion of taking pictures of the Kock Island arsenal Both denied the charges Their films have been turned over to Col A G Gillespie commandant of the arsenal who was having them developed at the arsenal laboratories Iowa Daily Press Photo Spanish Rebels Reject Proposal of Armistice Fascist Plane Claim Did Not Bomb Destroyer By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The insurgent Spanish govern ment junta at Burgos announced Thursday following an investiga tion that a rebel plane was not re sponsible for the recent attempt ed bombing of the United States de stroyer Kane I The Madrid government has form ally disavowed responsibility for the attempted bombing Aug 30 Meanwhile the newspaper Diario De Navarre at Pamplona Spain announced that Spanish rebel au thorities had rejected a proposal for a 15 day armistice in the civil war The paper said the proposal was advanced by a diplomat of great influence who declared full ac ceptance from the Madrid govern ment could be obtained March on Madrid Fascist rebels unofficially ob serving an armistice before the gates of San Sebastian were re ported turning their entire atten tion to a new march on Spains capital Madrid Thursday And a government officer at To ledo who walked blindfolded into the shell battered Alcazar where rebels and their families have defied capture for two months walked out again with a flat re fusal of a government demand for surrender The San Sebastian truce not ack nowledged by leaders of either side but nevertheless an apparent fact came after Basque nationalists in the city seized control from anar chists who threatened to fire the whole resort rather than surren der The anarchists were deported and advancing rebel columns drew up short As Good As Theirs Rebels said San Sebastian was as good as theirs with the basques in power Only sporadic rifle and artil lery fire was heard at points near the city Thursday Col Jose Mascaron the com mander of the rebels entrenched in the Alcazar told the messenger from the government whatever be falls me and my men shall befall us all with General Emilio Mola at the gates of Madrid you will be the ones to A rain of hand grenades and dy namite from government positions was resumed and big guns rocked the Alcazar with deadly blasts A sudden rebel air raid on Toledo it self killed four persons and wound ed thirty Denounces Government From the government side in Madrid came new announcements of success in the south and west From the extremist workers lead er Antonio Moreno at Port Bou PICTURES NOTf MiLlfMlLUE Reports Unconfirmed as Spy Suspects Are Quizzed at Davenport DAVENPORT P Although federal authorities maintained their silence Thursday regarding the pho tographic activities of Nobuzana Tsunura and Miss Toniye Yanari held here for investigation after they were suspected of taking pho tographs of Rock Island arsenal Wednesday unconfirmed reports were circulated to the effect that the film developed at the arsenal laboratory showed nothing of mili tary value Col A G Gillespie commandant of the arsenal and a department of justice agent from Omaha who would not permit the use of his name flatly refused to comment on the case They were to confer with U S Commissioner Albert Block after the questioning of Tsunura was completed Tsunura steadfastly denied that his photographic activities were militaristic when quizzed Thursday by the federal agent He maintained that he and his companion im pressed by the view stopped while the girl posed beside their auto moble with the river and the wood ed arsenal in thebackground The couple was picked up on For est road on the Iowa side of the Mississippi opposite the arsenal ROOSEVELfNEAR AUTO TRIP GOAL Finishes Speech to Deliver to Democratic Rally in North ASHEVILLE N President Roosevelt left here by motor before noon Thursday for Charlotte where before nightfall he was to deliver an address to a seven state democratic rally in the mu nicipal stadium The president finished preparing the speech early Thursday morn ing having remained up late dic tating it in a top floor suite of the Grove Park inn He was due in Charlotte shortly before the time he was scheduled to speak around oclock A stop along the way at Lake for lunch was made came a denunciation of the socialist His route lay through Rutber as a pack of fools fordton Forest City Shelby Kings Moreno outlined a program em bracing free love and abolition of private property among other things In Paris where official neutrality by socialist France toward social Suffers Serious Burns IOWA CITY Sydell 24 Johnson county farmer suffered serious burns when the gasoline tank of his tractor caught fire Sydell was working on a road project EXPECT L IN MASON CITY FOR BRIEF TALK Platform Appearance to Depend on Visit to Twin Cities That Gov Alf M Landon repub lican presidential nominee will make a stop of a few minutes in Mason City and give a brief plat form address while enroute from Des Moines to Minneapolis Sept 23 was indicated at the state republi car headquarters Thursday The date however was still tentative depending on arrangements for his appearance at the Twin Cities Governor Landon who is now in Maine is planning to be in Des Moines for an address the evening of Sept 22 according to informa tion received by the republican headquarters from Topeka Kans Our information is meager as yet but it is our understanding that Governor Landon will remain in Des Moines for the night and start northward for Minneapolis the morning of Sept 23 with stops in Mason City and other towns en said Charles Fisher of the state headquarters staff Other places mentioned for brief stops are Nevada Iowa Falls and Northwood L L Raymond chairman of the Cerro Gordo county republican cen tral committee stated an effort will be have Goyernor Londons Herelengthened minutes in order to give North lowans a better opportunity to sizs up the presidential candidate TO MAKEPLEAS OF NOT GUILTY 2 Men at Council Bluffs Accused of Diverting PWA Funds COUNCIL BLUFFS H Rockwell and Charles Campbell in dicted at Des Moines Wednesday on charges of diverting federal WPA funds will plead not guilty before Federal Judge Charles Dewey at Des Moraes Friday Hugh P Finer ty their attorney said Surety for the bond each must post for their liberty between now and the time of trial was given here Thursday Rockwell WPA contact officer for the city engineering department has been suspended from his posi tion by City Engineer Jack Boyne pending outcome of the charges Campbell a WPA timekeeper has not been employed by the WPA since Aug 1 Young Bicyclist Killed DES MOINES Joynes 19 Des Moines was killed when his bicycle and an automobile driven by Jack Rheuport Des Moines col lided ist Madrid has stirred leftist pro grading testa and workers strike socialists and commurusts got together on a FORECAST Hitler Views Big Parade of Labor Corps Nazi Workers Pledge Allegiance to Fuehrer NURNEERG Germany Armed with shiny spades bronzed and muscular membefs of nazi Germanys labor corps pledged lasting allegiance to Adolf Hitler Thursday as happy healthy self confident soldiers of A smiling fuehrer pleased by vociferous naziconvention reception of his antibolshevist crusade heard the solemn promise to follow you wherever you Presenting the picked battalions Maj Gen Konstantin Hierrl nazi commissioner for compulsory labor service chancellor You know mem fuehrer that your labor men are not dissatisfied slaves but and self confident soldiers of worki who have proudly and gladly responded to the call of March Past Hitler In contrast to previous years the labor corps first marched past Hit ler as he stood in an open sar in crowded Adolf Hitler platz a me dieval marketplace in the center of Nurnberg and then took their places before a giant grandstand in Zeppe lin meadow Projecting from the grandstand was the newlyconstructed pedestal built this year for der fuehrer The or main stand is over a thousand feet wide crowned by mighty colonnade of Greek pillars Hjtler a striding stood high above the crowdon the speakers rostrum Good morning comrades of la he greeted the marchers who were headed by Maj Gen Konstan tin Hierl nazi commissioner for compulsory labor service Reply Good Slorning Good morning the labor corps members re sponded Throughout the nation similar spade battalions assembled on their drill grounds Commands given at Nurnberg were transmitted to them by radio and they duplicated maneu vers before the party of high nazi officials which accompanied Hitler to the review Hitlers warning against influences brought the possibility of international complications as dele gates convened for third day ses sions of the annual nazi party con vention Bolshevism seeks to exterminate governments based on a community of race and blood and replace them by nonAryan Jewish elements of no Hitler warned in his address on RUSSIA NOT TO RECAIX AMBASSADOR TO BERLIN MOSCOW soviet sources declaring we have no plans so far to recall our ambassador to warned Germany in veiled fashion Thursday it must not go too far in antibolsjevist polemics These sources let it be known Moscow was watching the nasi par ty convention at Nurnberg closely in the belief Adolf Hitler was pre paring to spring another surprise on Europe GERMAN PLANE NEARS AMERICA IOWA Unsettled with local showers Thursday night and in extreme east portion Friday somewhat cooler in extreme west portion Thursday night and in extreme east and west portions Friday MINNESOTA Generally fair Thursday night and Friday ex cept showers in southeast and ex treme east Thursday night cool er in west and south Thursday night and in southwest Friday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 82 Minimum In Night 63 At 8 A M Thursday 65 Rainfall Trace joint committee to map future ac tion The powerful French general con federation of labor aked the govern ment to reconsider its noninter vention stand but affirmed its sup port of the Blum government Flying Boat on Survey of Southern Route Across North Atlantic NEW YORK her two oil burning engines roaring a pro phecy of things to come a German flying boat neared America Thurs day on a survey of the southern flight route across the North At lantic At 6 a she crossed the half way mark on the journey from the Azores her starting point miles behind By 7 a she had covered 140 miles more The flying boat is the Zephyr owned and operated by Germanys international airline Lufthansa She carries a crew of four men but no passengers and no mail Those are things to come over the North Atlantic Lufthansa has been carrying mail on weekly schedules over the South Atlantic more than two years The flight is being made with the assistance and cooperation of Pan American Airways the United States international airline which also has plans for establishing a i transAtlantic air service FIGHT BETWEEN 2 PHILOSOPHIES SEEN BY HAYES Former Legion Head Is G 0 P Speaker at Clear Lake CLEAR campaign is a fight between two philosophies of government the American sys tem as against those who would re make Ed A Hayes De catur former national com mander of the American Legion declared at a meeting sponsored by the Clear Lake Republican Service league at the Surf ballroom Wednesday night Mr Hayes charged the chief exe cutive with usurping legislative powers and with attempting to curb the power of the judicial branch of the government practices which he said imperil the American sys tem of government What did the republican party mean when at Cleveland it said is in peril the speaker asked If that statement is not true then the republican party is not en titled to your consideraion If it is true then people in such communi ites as this must get into action What are the bases for a state ment that America is in peril America is in peril first be cause the present chief executive his usurped the powers of con Couldnt Go to Congress Mr Hayes stated he came into direct contact with that situation while together with other Legion naires he was attempting to pro cure the passage of veterans legis I learned from John Rankin chairman of the Legion legislative committee that we couldnt present anything concerning veterans leg islation in congress because the chief executive had given out the word that nothing was to be passed and that if we were to get consid eration we would have to present it to the chief executive We were barred from the house of repre sentatives Did anyone before this adminis ration ever hear of must legisla tion and permissive legislation prepared by the chief executives henchmen and passed by legisla tors wtihout even reading I wonder il we have as much to fear from the insurrection of the ignorant as from the laziness of the intelligent to allow such a thing as that to continue America Is la Then too America is in peril because the president has the purse strings of tie nation He was given two billion dollars with which to regulate exchange and he doesnt have to report on what he has One of the strongest indications that America is in peril Mr Hayes declared is the attack of the chief executive on the supreme court They dont bavea supreme court in Spain Germany and Russia to he said And if we didnt have the supreme court in the United States today our system of government would be gone Ill tell you America is in danger when the president of the United States sneers at the supreme court This is not a fight between dem ocrats and republicans it is a fight between Americans and New Deal Another Reason The fact that the chief executive has as his advisers such men as Rexford Guy Tugwell who in tieir writings maintained America must be remade and that the constitution is obsolete ia another reason why President Roosevelt should not be returned to office Mr Hayes maintained Tugwell once stated they had reached their main objectives with the passage of two pieces of legisla tion the NRA and AAA both of which were held as not in harmony with our basic the speaker added Another reason Roosevelt should not be returned to office was his instruction to congress that cer tain legislation be passed without regards to its constitutionality If he wanted the constitution changed why didnt he gotiefore the people with an amendment that been voted on approached tile mat ter in the openinstead of pulling the wool over our eyes Is Last Bulwark The supreme court is last bulwark of our American system of government There is danger if Roosevelt is reelected that he have the opportunity to appoint sufficient men to take control of this body If the president of the United States can enforce the of   

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