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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 1, 1936, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS IAILY PAjER TED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDIT ION VOL XLH WIVE CENTSA COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEAMTO WIMi MASON CITY IQWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 1 1936 THIS PAWCR CONBI8T8 Of TWO SECTION SECTION ONI NO 307 Stiffer Fight Ordered Democratic Chiefs Out in Field fig By CHARLES F STEWART ASHINGTON CPA New deal leaders are sincere in their predictions that their side will win in Novem ber Neve rtheless the democratic management i a omitting no pre cautions to im prove Roosevel tian chances all it can The im pression it gives is that it is not confident of an overwhelming victory as it was at republican convention time a doz en weeks ago Then the white house evidently felt that it scarcely would need to make an effort to insure a successful campaign G O P Expected Fight Meanwhile G O P prospects a materially to have improved ie republicans knew from the that they would have to fight sixty to stand the slightest So that is how they began Jght It was natural But the democrats were rather indifferent at the outset being so sure o themselves At present they are fighting toothandtoenail being a little less cocksure New Democratic Policy Democratic perturbation if any noted in the summoning lonal chieftains of the ktions emergency ito Washington for con and in the dispatch of ime agencies Washington into the field their home maybe they can dot the most political good Headquarters offices used to write tfnotions to their regional Today their system is to tSem into the capital fta the effect If the administration loses you your jobs Go back and remind your staffs of the same Having lived in numerous parts of this country I know a lot of regional directors in widely scat tered areas and all of them whom I have known well enough to speak with me confidentially have about the same thing Home to Campaign ie local folk holding jobs in igtcn but dispatched out into iticks to fix are in a dif classification They are not jt into the capital to be in acted they are sent out from here to do missionary work Their exodus has appreci able Washington real estate agents tell me that to of the governments apartment house ten ants have vacated in the last few weeks They have not gone home to stay they have gone home for the cam paign Civil Service Swamped The theory is that the civil serv ice system has ended this patronage abuse It did until emergency organiza tions were invented Today emergency has swamped civil service That is the complaint of the government that they no longer are workers for TJncle Sam but hold their jobs by ifirtue of affiliation with some par political party PREDICT END OF WAR IN 3 Major Parties Keep Campaign Reporters FOR PRESIDES IN NEW ACTIVITY Roosevelt and Knox Will Be Heard Same Night at Pittsburgh CANDIDATES AND ISSUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TOPEKA Kans Governor Landon denounces racial preju dices and religious dis claims support of any group fur thering them Roosevelt travels to Pittsburgh for major address Thursday night hits partisan hostility to social se curity act CINCINNATI Frank Knox also to speak in Pittsburgh Thursday night calls new deal John son declares George N Peeks criticism of new deal farm pro gram was most unfair NEW E Smith to make address Thursday night under auspices of independent co alition of American women Wal lace says fanners must have the equivalent of what tariff has giv en industry TERRE HAUTE lunistic presiden First World Series Tally He was arrested yesterday when he tried to make a speech MINNEAPOLIS Representa tive Lemke calls Roosevelt and Landon the Gold Dust twins of Wall Grahl Is Fined on Speed Charge PINES Charles the Iowa adjutant I lined on a charge rtwing by speeding 50 by Municipal Judge i Grahl was ar highway patrol LunUlOct 16 to alternative of Jill FORMER STANDARD BEAKERS ALSO HOLDING SPOTLIGHTS New activity by the presidential nominees and by two former stand ard bearers of major parties kept tsmpaign reporters hopping Thurs day Working at Topeka on speeches to come Governor Landon took time cut to denounce racial prejudices and religious bigotries and to dis claim the support of any groups stirring up sucl feelings Swinging through West Virginia Thursday President Roosevelt will gpeak Thursday night at Pittsburgh the talk to be broadcast p CST In a letter Wednesday night he attacked critics who he said fanned the flames of partisan hos tility to the social security act Smith Plans Talk At New York the independent co alition of American women made last minute preparations for a radio speech Thursday night at CST by Alfred E Smith foe of the new deal Riding acrosscountry train from Denver Herbert Hoover was due in Topeka Thursday to confer with Governor Landon At Denver Wed nesday night Hoover criticized fed eral tax policies Stump fighting by other leaders continued with Roosevelt support ers striking back it criticism of his tarm policies Hugh S Johnson for mer NRA chief said a recent speech by George N Peek was the most unfair attack that has yet been launched at the Farmers Equivalent Discussed Secretary Wallace said the issue is whether farmers are to con tinue to have the moral legal and economic equivalent of what the cor porate form of organization and the tariff have given Col Frank Knox was all set for a speech he will deliver Thursday night in Pittsburgh same city where the president will talk Knox de clared in an address Wednesday that new seal is planless muddled Is on word contin be Ward If campaign pro CoBHenting on the ent Roosevelt being as the campaign EMPHASIZES CONSERVING OF U S RESOURCES State Federal Forces Work Together for Wildlife By D HAROLD OLIVER ELKINS W conservation of natural resources in his first West Virgiaia speech President Roosevelt declared here Thursday there was a growing con sciousness that mans errors in the oast must be corrected by man in he Standing in a cold drizzle in a nat ural amphitheater of DavisElkins college the president told a mountain state festival crowd that in the worth while effort of conservation the federal and state governments are working hand in He cited many activities of the new deal to conserve wild life and other resources because he declared other resources because he devclared critics of the administration have lately been engaged in expressin dissatisfaction with the progress wildlife government during the past tj1 Treaties Are We he said wild life which tg This Central sonndphoto from New Sork shows George Selkirk of the crowing the home his homerun Carl Hubbell in the third inning of the opening game of the world series at his homerun o ar u he rS York The Giants beat the Yankees 6 t 1 See sports page for KNOX ATTACKS THESE FOOLS Uses Term in Denunciation of Administration and Its Policies ABOARD KNOX CAMPAIGN TRAIN TOURING OHIO Frank Knok republican dent nbmitfee used the term these fools Thuttday in denouncing the administrator for trying to tear down fundamental principles have distinguished It isdifficult to restrain my language the Chicago publisher told a railroad station crowd in the little town of Blanehester the first stop in the days campaign tour of the nominees special train some of these fundamental things thatdistinguish the Ameii can ways from anything else in the these fools are trying to tear he asserted Knox told the men and women gatheredabout the rear of his train that the founders of the nation es tablished two chief governmental self government and the three way division of authority among executive legislative and judicial And these men who now control our the candidate as serted are deliberately trying to undermine and tear down those things We have seen the highest execu tive in with power and avid for power try to make the legislative arm of our government a mere rub ber stamp We have seen the same executive try to bring into contempt the judicial arm of our government and to arrogate to himself powers never intended Oh my friends if you ever walked Into a polling booth and had an op portunity Unvote for the things that have wade America what it is you have that opportunity Iowa Local Frosts Picketed Mercury ise on Friday DEB skies it and Friday with lo night imd SECOND GAME OF WORLD SERIES IS POSTPONED BY RAIN NEW heavy overnight rain turned the Polo grounds into a miniature lake Thursday and forced postpone ment of the second game of the world series between the New York Giants and New York Yankees Weather there were indications that a two day spell of intermittent rain finally was ready to call a game will beLplayed Friday at the Polo grounds The series schedule calling for the third fourth and fifth games to be played at the Yankee stadium simply will move back one day F R SUPPORTED Public Wdre to Be ServedBest I LOOK FOR INSIDE ARE 20 MIES FROM SPAINS CAPITAL Government ClaimsMany Helpless Workers SI Gd White Sox Beat Cubs 5 to 1 in 1st Game of Chicagos Series CHICAGO White Sox landed on Bill Lee in one big the fifth Thursday and defeated the Cubs 5 to 1 in the opening game of the Chicago city championship behind Vernon Kennedys four hit pitching A crowd of chilled spectators watched the Sox triumph States Wilson Voted Against Moratorium NEW VIRGINIA Val entine democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor in a speech for delivery here Thursday said A candidate for governor is going up aid down the state telling the Iowa farmer he is hia best friend Farm era who look at the record will fintf that George Wilson was the lone senator to vote against the mort gage moratorium Knox TO Speak at Rally in Fort Dodge FORT Frank candidate for vie ak here at a NEW YORK The New York times in an editorial titled A Rea soned Thursday announced its support of President Roosevelt for reelection The Times is an independent democratic newspaper and the edi torial said a conservative news paper in its own The New York Times believes that the public welfare1 will best be served this year by the contin uance of the democratic party in power and by the reelection of the the editorial said Provides Against Radicalism Three reasons are cited for the papers choice First the Times said is its belief that a second Roosevelt administration would be more conservative Second is its view that the reelection of tee president provide insurance against radicalism of the sort which the United States has most to the editorial said we believe that the narrow nationalism for which the republican party stands todsty is in itself a which if put into force would car ry us rapidly in the direction both of regimentation and Opposed Some Policies The Times said it believes the president is a keen enough judge of public opinion to make his second administration more conservati than the first in the sense conservatism means consolidj ground already gained and ing measures hastily er the outset the ed thefact that in t years the newspag pelled to opg acts and utS administ not wis cism The on ad dei purchase and retiremeij tural lands acter by the purchas able lands and by allocation of pubjicj set aside as sanct He also cited th treaty bill the coordii laws and the r game sanctuarij He said he conservation j four Is Wll He No part pf ismore impo the protectiono a work into heart and so political whose object isttf store the life of 01 Brought here UJ after a 12 mile mot towns of Thomas president ma appears He told in the to be3 had itj
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