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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 15, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER THIS PAPER CONSISTS OP TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 293 Hamilton Disappoints Big Crowd Fails to Get Fireworks at His Speech By CHARLES f STEWART ASHINGTON CPA whatever a crowd may be worth Republican Manager John D M Hamilton cer tainly had a good one as guest speaker at a re c e n t National Press club lunch eon in Washing ton I have seen even presidential functions at the club which were less well attend ed than this af fair with the Kansan as its chief attraction Of course however the turnout was not exclusively republican by any means Not to mention the fact that newspapermen are present on such occasions regardless of their various political affiliations if any new deal officials associate mem bers of the club were conspicu ously numerous in the throng Scarcely necessary to say they didnt come as Landonites but out of curiosity or perhaps to listen to oratory which there might be pos sibilities for them subsequently to rebut Standing Koora Only The clubs big auditorium was jammed to suffocation anyway So was its gallery which ordinarily has only a thin sprinkling of late arrivals The S R O sign was out indeed in the lobbies and cor ridors In fact folk who didnt buy their tickets early didnt get close enough to the speakers table to hear a word that was said They did not miss much It was only an average speech No news Hamilton got a satisfactory hand but that was somewhat a matter of politeness the press club is courteous to Hamilton to Norman Thomas to William Lemke to Gerald L K Smith to Dr Townsend to Earl Browder to any one of the celebrities it has entertained of late Wasnt Sensational Hamilton has a nice personality The club undoubtedly liked him Yet he did not tear things quite 2i wide open as had been antici pated from advance descriptions of the vehemence of his elocution When he had finished an invita tion was extended to auditors to ask questions Hardly any were t asked The audience seemed to feel that it had heard about all that the speaker had to say The thing began with promise of being a tremendous success It oczed out rather flatly I hate to say this of a club guests entertainment but it is un es capable It goes without contradiction that John Hamilton is a better re publican chairman than was his predecessor Henry P the worst ever as a publicity get ter Better Executive But it is questionable that Fletcher was not a better commit tee executive than Hamilton The Kansan has been panned unmercifully by his own outfit for administrative mismanagement It has been answered that as soon as he could get back on the job at headquarters all would be well But there continues to be G O P lamentation at republican cam paign mismanagement The truth is republican man agement ripped ravelled and ran down at the heel under Hooverism and postHooverism jurisdiction now must be reconstructed by an entire ly new regime It is disorganized Contrariwise democratic organ isation under Manager Jim Farley is in good shape MAINE RETURNS TO G 0 FOLD Director Bell Pleads for Reductions in Requests WASHINGTON gov ernment financial quarters disclosed Tuesday that budget estimates for the next fiscal year probably will call for national defense expendi tures topping the billion dollar mark This report circulated as govern ment departments engaged in a last minute rush to file estimates for the 1938 fiscal year with Daniel W Bell acting director of the budget bureau Deadline for filing estimates for the 12 months beginning next July 1 was set Tuesday with hearings opening Sept 21 In a call for estimates to the heads of government departments and agencies Bell urged that every possible effort be made to bring demands for 1938 below appropria tions for the current fiscal period Referring to increased activities in some agencies resulting from new legislation Bell continued Need More Money It is realized that some activities will need increased appropriations in order to comply with the re quirementsof the law but it is hoped that reductions will be made in other expenditures which will than offset the necessary in creases so that in the aggregate your estimates will show a substan tial reduction below the 1937 ap Officials said however that th national defense estimate would rise above the outlay pro jected in the current year because more money will be necessary to carry on a program of expansion already under way The enlarged national defense program contemplates additional funds in 1938 it was said becausa costs for some features already in augurated will grow heavier The amount of a possible increase was not estimated but officials asserted requests for allotments probably would go above Drought Another Factor Another major factor in next years budget will be the drought which will be felt in several differ ent ways Besides the possibility for requests of a longrange drought program the price of food for gov ernment hospitals prisons and other All Packed for Iowa National Defense to Cost Over Billion ESTIMATES FOR BUDGET OF NEXT YEAR ARE FILED Whats a little rain when youre college bound These four Mason Cityans left Tuesday amidst a downpour for Iowa City Reading from left to right they are George Tice son of Dr and Mrs C B Tice 125 Ninth street northwest Bob Holman son of Mr and Mrs 3 R Hol raan 15 Oak drive Gilbert McEwen son of Mr and Mrs R J Mc Ewen 313 Fifth street northwest and Jack Kelly son of Mr and Mrs M E Kelly 434 Fourth street southeast Three of the boys Tice Holraan and Kelly are entering their freshman year In medicine McEwen is in his senior year in the liberal arts course The picture was taken at the rear of the Tice home after they had loaded the one wheel trailer to capacity Photo by Lock Kayenay Engravings institutions asserted may advance officials Approve New Jail WAPELLO here Monday approved the construction of a new county jail to cost FORECAST IOWA Mostly cloudy with thundershowers In east and south portions Tuesday afternoon and Tuesday night and in southeast portion Wednesday morning much cooler Tuesday night cool er In east and south portions Wednesday MINNESOTA Generally fair Tneoday night and Wednesday much cooler with light to possibly heavy frost Tuesday night cooler in extreme southeast Wednesday Iff MASON CITY Weather figures for 24 hour pe riod ending at 8 a m Tuesday Maximum Monday 90 Minimum in Night 63 At 9 A M Tuesday 64 Precipitation Inches The future of emergency recovery agencies also is scheduled for de termination in the 1938 budget Budget hearings are expected to continue for two months with first sessions devoted to requests by the agriculture and treasury depart ments The budget bureau will com pile recommendations to the presi dent when hearings are completed and the chief executive then will draft his recommendations to con gress Mother of Quintuplets Was Bride 11 Years Ago MORE SHOWERS COOLER WEATHER Temperatures Already Down to Normal Levels Over Northwest Iowa DES MOINES showers and much cooler weather the weatherman said Tuesday are in store for Iowa Temperatures he reported al ready have sunk to normal levels in the northwest part of the state where he forecast Jie top probably wouldnt be much above even though Mondays high of 96 was registered at Sioux City It was cloudy Tuesday morning over most of the state Council Bluffs reported 52 of an inch of rain Charles City Mason City Sioux City 02 and Des Moines 01 Thundershowers in the east and south sections were expected to bring cooler weather to that area Tuesday night Other rainfall reports included Arnolds Park inches Fort Dodge Inwood Iowa Falls Jefferson Boone Webster City Carroll 60 Esthcrville 85 Atlantic 33 De corah 81 Forest City 24 Water loo 28 Cedar Rapids 02 Dionnes Started With Little More Than Love as Capital By DALE HARRISON Associated Press Staff Writer NORTH BAY waa 11 years ago Tuesday that smiling weather browned Papa Legros gave pretty daughter Elzire in mar riage The priest of the little church at Corbeil spoke the ceremony There was gayety and joyous ness Elzire Legros had never been out of the north country That didnt matter There could in all the world in all the big cities be found no better husband than the strong slender somewhat sad faced lad who lived down the sandy road He had little to offer no future no prospects not even any partic ular ambition He wasnt even a gay companion this lad from down the road Had Stout Heart He was like his 17 year old bride a FrenchCanadian Like Elzire too he had a heart that was stout and muscles that were iron Money Money is for people who do not have stout hearts and willing mus cles Eleven years ago A boy and a gir starting out together with little more than their love as capital on a marriage destined to have unpre cedented parental consequences that was what it was It was not strange that hardly more than a year later a child was born Elzire Legros like other girls of the north country loved children wanted children Always Had Food One child then another and an other until there were six One died The others thrived There was not really any money but somehow there was always food and in the winter long after the geese had flown south and when ice covered Lake Nipising the stove in the weather beaten little farm glowed red and warm She who had been Elzire Legros daughter of the happy good na tured Papa Legros was not yet 24 but the little house looking over the scrubby acres was alive with the voice of children poor as church happy as meadow larks Then came the magnificent mir acle In the little account book diary of the country doctor who at tended her it doesnt read like a miracle The book merely states Mother Fingers Rosary May 28 1934 Oliva Dionne tCTJ1 Tirao A llfln OLIVA DIONNE The 5F was Dr Allen Dafoes prosaic method of recording the birth of the worlds first authenti cated living quintuplets The mother near death fingered her rosary She believed she must die She managed to whisper to the neighbor woman who had helped at the delivery Were And the neighbor woman replied softly Yes Elzire two Tuesday was the anniversary of the marriage that gave the world the five identical mar riage of Papa Legros pretty daugh ter Elzire to the sadfaced Oliva Dionne They live today as they have during their married life in the house on the sandy road The chil dren are growing five first borns and a baby born only this summer Live Across Street Across the street in a little build ing with policemen on guard live the quintuplets Over their private little home floats the flag of Great Britain The quintuplets Elzire Dionne bore ate wards of his majesty the king There is money now for Oliva and Elzire Dionne It is the answer to that first broken hearted question he asked when told he was the fath er of quintuplets How can I sup port so many Mrs Dionne goes now and then to the hairdressers She can buy store clothes for herself and for six of her children The other five are the responsibility of the province of Ontario and the king of England World fame reaches into remote places for those whom it favors Witness Elzire Legros a bride 11 short years ago REBELS ADD TO ARMY FOR DRIVE AGAINST MADRID More Men to Be Sent by Commander inCbief Franco By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS With determined vanguards stretching out Madrid Spains fascist commanderinchief General Francisco Franco Tuesday was reported to have pledged more men to the Talavera march on the capital This report ment came from a fas cist deserter who said the insurgent chieftains with headquarters at Tal avera had told Franco The militia is braver than we Main fascist forces were at Tal avera but vanguards stretched out toward Avila and San Martin de Valdleiglesias the latter city but 36 miles west of Madrid Neverthe less the socialist government con tended it was successfully checking advances both on Madrid and on Toledo and coined a new watch word They shall retreat In the north the fascists drove toward Ohio 10 miles west of the fallen city of San Sebastian in a general push on the seaport of Bil bao The United States consulate was abandoned at Bilbao and for eigners were hastily evacuating the city Madrid contending fascist firing to put down which the insurgents seized at the start of the war announced the government itself had executed 77 army officers already At Burgos seat of the fascist junta Gen Emilio Mola the insur gent northern commander served notice the army will run Spain when we KIRBYPUTBACK ON POLICE FORCE Civil Service Commission at Sioux City Denies 2 Other Appeals SIOUX CITY down a long awaited decision Tuesday morning members of the Sioux City civil service commission reinstated Officer Kirby Kerr to the police force but denied the discharge ap peals of Nile V Luke and John Diebert All three men were discharged from the department in June 1935 when they were indicted by the graft grand jury on charges of conspiracy topermit the Df the liquor laws and for accepting oribes In the case of Kerr the commis sion ruled that the evidence was sufficient to warrant severe penal ization so it denied his request for sack pay during the time of his dis charge In Dieberts case the ruling stated the commission found ample cause for the removal Lukes dis clarge was upheld on grounds itt no way related to the graft investi gation It was found that in 1921 had resigned from the Sioux City force to accept a position with the Norfolk police force and later had been returned to the Sioux Ziiy force without taking a new civil service examination as re quired by law Flyers Await Rickenbacker and Supplies Survey Injured Plane That Made Atlantic Round Trip ST JOHNS NEWFOUNDLAND Canadian spirits climbing with the sun Harry Rich man and Dick Merrill the first transAtlantic flyers to make a speedy round trip hurried to the aide of their damaged monoplane in a Musgrave Harbor bog Tues day Refreshed by a long sleep and breakfast in the home of T W Abbott merchant in the tiny fish ing community of the northeast coast of Newfoundland the broad way crooner and his pilot surveyed tiieir damaged plane which brought them from Southport England Monday in 15 hours and 17 minutes They were confident that with the help of Capt Eddie Ricken backer and his crew of pilots and mechanics now racing toward them it would be an easy matter to get the Lady Peace into the air again Rickenbacker manager of the airline employing Merrill was on his way to Musgrave Harbor with supplies of gasoline a spare bat and a new propeller picked up at Hartford on the dash from New York The rescue plane was routed via Sydney Novia Scotia and St Johns capital of New oundland RICKENBACKER FAILS TO FIND RICHMAN MERRILL HARBOR GRACE Newfoundland Eddie Rickenbacker plane returned iere Tuesday search in the vicinity of Musgrave Harbor on the northeast coast of Newfoundland where Harry Rich man and Dick Merrill transAtlan tic flyers were forced down after recrossing the ocean Rickenbacker said he would seek to contact the grounded flyers by wireless and would make plans for of his rescue flight ater in the afternoon He said he followed the railroad ine over Newfoundland but could not locate the Richman plane Musgrave Harbor is 150 miles rom Harbor Grace 3air Face Charges in Iowa Kidnaping JEFFERSON Cirian and Claude W Brown both of Omaha were brought here to face charges of kidnaping Henry Cody 42 Grand Junction farmer Cody was released near Council Bluffs riday night after reporting that e had been kidnaped in his car by wo men Cirian and Brown were arrested in Nebraska Saturday Dies of Suffocation CRESTON Lee Abell 7 day old son of Mr and Mrs Charles Abell died of suffocation after becoming entangled in the overs of his crib Victor in Maine SENATOR WHITE LANDON ASSERTS PEOPLE AROUSED Presidential Nominee Calls Maine State Election CHICAGO Alf M Lan don said here Tuesday that the re sults of the Maine election proved hat thepeople of this country are arcused to their dangers and de ermined to preserve their system of government and of The people of Maine have sound ed a call that will find an immedi ate response throughout the na the presidential nominee added terming the election sig 80 Students to Get f U S Aid at Simpson SNDIANOLA stu dents an increase of 33 over last year will receive federal student aid at Simpson college here during the current school year School officials said the increase was granted be cause many of the colleges 350 stu dents came from the state drought Buzz in Ear Proves to Be Grasshopper NEW ORLEAN VI nito heard a in his ear ie went to a hospital Physicians found a black grass hopper one inch long so firmly en renched in the ear that they ouldnt get it out until it was overcome by ether LOOK INSIDE FOR KNOX MORGENTHAU Debate New Deals Effect on Insurance ON PAGE 2 750 lowans Will Take Part in Play in Fall ON PAGE 3 Experts Will Explain Federal Housing Plan ON PAGE 12 Thomson Outstanding in U S Golf Amateur ON PAGE 9 V His contained in a tel egram to Arthur E Sewall Port and chairman of the Maine repub ican state committee was given newsmen shortly after John D M lamilton national party chairman joarded his special train during a Chicago stop The telegram to Sewall said Sends Congratulations Please extend to the successful republican candidates for all of ices in your election yesterday my leartiest congratulation on their significant victory in Maine Their election was something more than a mere partisan success Maine has proved that the people of this coun ry are aroused to their danger and determined to preserve their ays em of govenment and of life The eople of Maine have sounded a all that will find an immediatere iponse throughout the In the party which boarded Gov ernor Landons train with Hamilton were Morley Griswold former gov ernor of Nevada Repesentative ilifford R Hope Kansas Myer Y hooper former governor of Ohio Fred Purnell former Indiana con and Arthur A Ballanoine and Charlton MacVeagh of the na ional staff Governor Landons train left Chi cago at a m GST for the trip through Illinois Iowa and Mis souri on the way back to Topeka The governor was in Chicago for one hour and twentyfive minutes Crew Shakes Hands Just before the train left the Santa Fe yards Governor Landon left his car and shook hands with members of the crew A statement issued as Hamilton was conferring with Landon the republican chairman commented on the Maine election in part The results in Maine are did They forecast in my opinion a similar victory in November The majorities received by the various candidates were more than we pos sibly hoped for The returns that I have at the time of giving out this statement are practically complete They show that we have reelected a republican senator elected a re publican governor reelected a re publican congressman and taken the other two seats in the national house Where the new deal was a real issue the answer in Maine was con vincing and decisive I call atten tion to the majorities of the three republican candidates for congress each of whom carried the new deal as an issue whileeach of their op ponents supported the Roosevelt WHITE DEFEATS BRANN IN RACE FOR 111 SENATE Republicans Chosen for Governor and 3 Seats in Congress MAINE ELECTION WINNERS By The Associated Press Wallace H White defeated Gov Louis J Brann D by about 000 of of Slate Lewis O Barrows R defeated F Harold Dubord D by about U S First district James C Oliver R defeated Representative Simon M Hamlin D by about sec ond district Clyde H Smith R defeated Ernest L McLean D by about third district Representative Ralph O Brewster R defeated Walace F Mabee D by about Personal Grudge Is Blamed for Bombing DES MOINES Weston owner of the plumbing company store which was bombed here Sun day said he believed a personal grudge was responsible for the bombing Weston did not blame competitors or labor unions Copyricbt 1936 by The Aiwdilcd PORTLAND Maine Republi cans swept Maine offices Tuesday in a state election featured by a vote victory of Senator Wal lace H White for a second term over Gov Louis J Brann The record balloting in the tradi tionally republican state also saw the partys candidates for governor and three U S representatives win by much larger margins The republican ob serversstudied closely for possible portents in the nationawide Novem ber poll ousted the democrats from four years of state control Demo crats had held two of the congres sional posts the governor Wing Rural Districts Senator White a republican vet eran of 20 years service in Wash ngton piled up a sufficient lead in he rural districts and small towns to overturn Branns margin in 12 of the states 20 municipalities The senatorial vote with only six precincts missing White Brann Secretary of State Lewis O Bar rows R won the governship by votes over F Harold Dubord who two years ago lost a sen atorial campaign by only The vote in the same precincts Barrows Dubord Although republican leaders con ended the returns pointed to the party gains in November demo crats called attention to Senator Whites low plurality Traditionally Republican Maine is traditionally republican they pointed out Senator White declared the elec tion has a profound national sig It is the first clear he said that the people of this country are turning against the new deal and all its follies and that they are other leadership than the present administration has given them My own margin of victory Is small but everyone recognizes that Governor Brann was a most for midable Gov Alf M Landon of Kansas climaxed the republican campaign last Saturday night with an address at Portland It was the first time a republican presidential nominee has spoken in Maine since 1916 Landon Visit Helped Senator White said that Landons visit contributed mightily to the outcome of the election His Portland speech found ap proval in the judgment of the vot ers in he declared The three republican congression al nominees who won by margins ranging from to had the indorsement of the Townsend old age pension group The first district elected James C Oliver 40 pledged to the Town send plan and the principles of the Rev Charles E CougUinj national tin ion for social justice He defeated Representative Simon M Hamlin 71 a new dealer elected two years ago as the districts firat democratic representative since the Civil war The nearly complete vote Oliver Hamlin Objects to Plan Clyde H Smith of Skowhegan who carried the second district 6JJ jected to tie transaction tax proyi sions of the Townsend plan He in troduced the first old age pension bill in the Maine legislature 13 years ago and has called for old age as sistance on a budgetary Smith polled votes against for Ernest L McLean D in nearly complete returns The Rev J Clarence Leckemby independent received and A Raymond Rogers union party Representative EdwardMor D did not seek reelection In the third district Reprwrenta   

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