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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL XLH ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED Wgffli SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTTO1W SECTION ONE NO 308 Labor Fight Analyzed Differences Between Groups Based on Philosophies By CHARLES P STEWART PASHINGTON The na ture ol the split in labors ranks between horizon tal unionism led by P r e s i dent William Green of the A F of and vertical un ionism led by President John L Lewis of the United Mine Workers seems to me not to be fully understood even by the chief tains of the con flicting factions Probably this is a brash statement to be made by a mere bystander All the same if the opposing leaders do understand what they are quarreling about I dont think they explain it clearly Conflicting Philosophies The impression they give is that YANKIISCRUSHGWNTS 18TQ 4 Estimates Raised on Com Production LAZZERI HOMER IN 3RD BASES FULL OPENS 7 RUN RALLY tliey disagree policy on a question 01 The A F of Ls policy is one of craft unionism several entirely distinct crafts may be employed in a single on one job in deed They doubtless are mutually friendly but they are independent of each other except for their A F of L affiliation Lewis contention is that mass production has so scrambled trades that respective industries can better be organized in toto re gardless of craft lines This divergence of opinion to OP sure is on an issue of to be aigued but not viciously fought over The real split appears to me to involve a clash between conflicting labor the A F of L philosophy that the A F of L is interested coly in the welfare of highly skilled groups of workers and the Lewisonian philosophy that is labor Aristocracy of Labor That is to say A highly skilled craftsman sa isfied with his pay hours and working conditions may be as in different to common labors status as any greedy capitalist He will not be indifferent to the interests of his associated highly skilled crafts he will regard them as his brethren But unorganized promiscuous lEbor It is quite possible that he will bt as careless of it as a plutocrat The J W W was illustrative of this complaint The VVobblies were less bitter against capitalistic op pression than against the aris tocracy of Not on Altruist The purpose of that kind of a unionist is to take care of himself organization Which is all right but he isnt necessarily an altruist He may as an individual feel for the masses Or he may not He is just like anyone Some Exceptions There are exceptions Assistant Secretary Edward F McGrady called as a witness be fore a congressional investigating committee when an A F of L organizer was asked Youre speaking for organized labor answered Yes and inasmuch as unorganized labor is inarticulate Im trying to speak for unorgan ized labor I likewise knew an A F of L organizer of the name of Carroll who dispatched on a mission in the south completely forgot his original t4Sk because he was so outraged by conditions of common Negro labor on the river levees and returned to Washington to denounce them His story is embalmed in congressional reports it got no farther 5 EXPERTS SAY APPARENT YIELD SHOWS INCREASE Place 1936 U S Total at Bushels CHICAGO of 1936 United States corn production im proved further in September ac cording to the private estimates of five Chicago crop experts released Friday The average of these five estimates of indicated corn produc tion as of Oct 1 was bushels an increase of bushels over the average a month and bushels greater than the latest official forecast ot the government These figures considered practi cally final showed the marked crop losses sustained by farmers as a result of heat and drought in mid summer Smallest Since 1881 Even with improved conditions however the indicated 1936 crop is approximately bushels be low production in 1934 the previ ous drought year and is the smal lest since 1SS1 Last year the crop totaled bushels while the average for the last five years is bushels The five experts also raised their estimates of probable oats produc tion the average of the forecasts being bushels or 000 higher than a month and bushels above the latest government figures The 1935 crop totaled bushels Wheat Estimates Lower The average of the estimates spring wheat production was re duced to bushels or 4 below a month ago offi cial and unofficial estimates and below the 1930 crop and below the average of production for the last 5 years B W Snow one of the private authorities said the improvement in corn is due to the rainfall of late August and early September and is to be noted mainly in Iowa and the northern part of Illinois Indiana and Ohio West of the Missouri river he said rains were delayed until it was too late to improve yields and the final out turn in that territory is smaller than appeared probable a month ago In he said Missouri Ok lahoma Kansas Nebraska South Dakota record what is approxi mately a complete corn F R States Politics Not in Medicine PITTSBURGH TEXT ON PAGE 5 JERSEY CITY N Presi dent Roosevelt declared here Friday the medical profession could rest assured that the federal adminis tration contemplated no action detrimental to their interests in carrying out the health provisions of the social security act The overwhelming majority of the doctors of the nation want medicine kept out of he asserted in dedicating the new med ical building one of seven skyscrap er type structures planned for this citys medical center financed in part with public works funds Has Four Provisions On occasions in the past at tempts have been made to put med icine into politics Such attempts have always failed and always will he said adding Government state and national will call upon the doctors of the nation for their advice in the days to Mr Roosevelt said there were four provisions of the social security act dealing with health and these re ceived the supnort of the outstand ing doctors during congressional hearings In Full Support The American Medical associa tion the American Public Health association and the state and ter ritorial health officers he said came out in full support of the public health previsions The American Child Health association and the Child Welfare league in dorsed the maternal and child health provisions This in he added as FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Friday night and Saturday cooler in ex treme northwest portion not so cool in extreme east portion Fri day night cooler Saturday in north portion MINNESOTA Fair Friday night and Saturday cooler In ex treme northwest not so cool in extreme southeast Friday night colder Saturday in east and south frost or freezing almost general Friday night IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday 54 Minimum in night 31 At 8 a m Friday 4S North Iowa had its chilliest njght of the autumn Thursday In Mason City the mercury touched 31 while at the Crystal Sugar company and presumably elsewhere in rural sec tions the minimum was 28 degrees A number of instances in which vegetation was withered by the treeze were noted EMPLOYMENT IS STILL ON GAIN U S Chamber Told at Least 7 Million Put to Work Since Low Mark WASHINGTON Of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States were told Friday that privfete employment had increased steadily during the summer and that at least had been put to work since the low point of the depression In a preliminary outline of its activities John W OLeary chair man of the chambers committee on employment said this estimate had been obtained from members in their own communities and fields of business the material furnished from these reports and other data which upon analysis has been found to be OLeary said it is clear that private employment has steadily increased during the summer of 1936 and at midSep tember there were in private em ployment in all of its forms at least more wage and salary workers than when employment was sures that the health plans will be carried out in a manner compatible with our traditional social and po litical institutions Let me make that point very clear All states and territories are now cooperating with the public health service All states except one are cooperating in maternal and child health serv ice all states but 10 in service to crippled children and all states but nine in child The president said public sup port was behind this and added But let me stress in addition that the act contains every precaution for insuring the continued support and cooperation of the medical Next Week in West He wiii spend the weekend at his upstate home on the Hudson and return to Washington Monday or Tuesday for a day or two before striking out on his first campaign invasion of the west It was a regular world series crowd that jammed Forbes field Thursday night in Pittsburgh to hear the president make his half hour talk on finances and relief The home grounds of the Pittsburgh Pirates at which he compared box scores of the past and present ad ministrations was filled by a wilcliy cheering capacity throng that flowed by the thousands out onto the field Park officials said the stands themselves seat LANDON VOICES WELCOME TO AL SMITH SUPPORT Hoover Leaves Following Conference With Nominee TOPEKA a conference on political strategy with Former President Herbert C Hoover the republica victor in Gov Alf M Landon Friday wel comed the support of Alfred E Smith the democratic loser m taat CaHoavfr conferred with Landon Thursday night and left to cam paign in the east beginning in Phil adelphia Oct 16 The republican cause is making Hoover told newsmen adding that what Im going to say about this campaign Ill say be fore a microphone Thats the place to do the talking Appreciates Smith Support After Landon saw his guest to the train walking to the car plat form to say good bye come to see me again Mr the gover nor was asked for ccuiment on Smiths address in New York ap pealing for his election I deeply appreciate the support of Alfred E Smith a great demo crat and a great Lan don told reporters He has placed country above partisanship The is sues of this campaign are so funda mental they transcend party lines This form of government we shall pass on to future generations I am happy to fight shoulder to shoulder with such leaders as Alfred E Smith in this contest for the preser vation of American On Campaign Plans Whisked to the executive mansion immediately upon his arrival Hoo ver talked with Landon in the spa cious drawing room They pulled their chairs close to gether for a 53 minute discussion which both described afterward as relating to campaign plans in gen When asked later whether any major decisions had been reached Landon replied negatively Emerging smiling from the front door the nominee and the expresi dent walked to the door step Hoover wore a black single breasted suit and the familiar high stiff cpl Landon wore a soft white shirt and a dark blue suit General Movement Asked if he had made any speci fic suggestions to Landon concern ing his campaign Hoover replied I dont think I care to go into that Hoover replying to questions said he thought the public reaction to Landcns radio addresses was good that the republican cam paign is making in a general forward anc that he would enjoy a fried chicken dinner with the rec LOOK INSIDE FOR RAY D IANGE Garnavillo CTA Tester Has Best Iowa Records ON PAGE 8 Predictions Made on Results on Gridiron ON PAGE 9 Sugar Beet Growers Get Payment ON PAGE 16 R C PatrickUected Legion Post Chieftain 16 DEATH THREATS AT FIRING FRONT Political Difference Is Submerged in Spains Gravest Hour By JAMES COLDFIELD Copyright 1938 By The Associated holding its battered militia on the firing line under death penalty threats of martial law the government turned to last manpower reserves Friday to break the triphammer blows oi the insurgenut big push on the capital Political differences that for two months have hampered the socialist campaign in the gravest hour of Spains history were submerged in common unity in the face of the seriousness of the situation Throughout a night of shellrent terror socialist troops on all fronts the government reported stood off the general offensive launched on Madrid after the fall of Toledo Insurgent Advance Checked The insurgent avalanche in the Avila segment of the almost completed fascist circle about Mad rid was checked at Navalperal and San Eartolome de Pinares more than 40 miles east of Madrid offi cial government reports said Government militia under cover of an air bombardment launched a countefeatiaek against gerit positions at Bargas north of Toledo but were forced to withdraw when their own flyers mistook pre arranged signals and dropped a hail of death on socialist headquarters at Olias del Rey Olias Del Hey rear guard post of the socialists retreating on Ma drid from Toledo is a scant half mile from 400 Fascists Captured Capture of 100 fascists in the Kalamua hills in the Basque coun try on the Bay of Biscay by Guip uzcoan socialists announced offi cially by the government cheered the hastily formed army of workers and peasants through the night watches At Toledo artful fascist com manders added a whispering cam paign and the baleful roar of can non to their military drive against Madrid Hopes Whispering Campaign Insurgent officers disclosed Gen Francisco Franco hopes to substi tute fear for force in the on slaught against the capital toward which three fascist columns are pushing Coupled with an artillery barrage might more noisy than Lefty Gomez Wildness Stretches Contest Yankees Bat Schumacher and Smith Out of Box Yankees Giants a SCORE BY INNINGS 23456 7 I H H 0 0 D I D E H 0 H 0 0 0 0 Play by Play Report on Page 9 POLO GROUNDS NEW YORK The full might of the slugging attack climaxed by Tony Lazzeris homerun with the bases full in the third fell upon the Giants today in full view of President Roosevelt and other fans crushing the National league champions 18 to 4 evening the civil war of Manhattan at one game all and setting a new series record for runs scored in a single game Five Women Testify on Witchcraft WOODBRIDGE N If there is any witchcraft going on in Woodbridge it will take more than ihertestimony 6f4ive women to con vince Recorder Arthur Brown Smith Goes All Way in Opposition TEXT ON PAGE 5 NEW YORK E Smith joined hands Friday with Gov Alf M Landon in the presi dential campaign going all the wa in his opposition to the reelection of his one time friend and political associate Franklin D Roosevelt Talking a walk as he prophe sied he would do in his address be fore the American Liberty league last January the former governor and 1928 democratic presidential candidate declared Thursday night at a Carnegie hall rally I firmly believe that the remedy for all the ills that we are suffer ing from today is the election ot Alf M Last Speech in Albany After his address Smith said he would continue to advocate the be a whispering cam paign tnat floors are the lieutenants of the fascist mill The recorder while the five listened patiently told him strange lowest in the depression It is clearly evident that esti mates which have been made oi unemployment have been greatly exaggerated that estimates of un employment on a national basis are necessarily inaccurate and useless for practical Heads War Mothers SHENANDOAH Kate James Council Bluffs was reelect ed president of the Association of American War Mothers at a state convention here Mrs John Eskew Shenandoah was reelected asvice president and Mrs Dora Kurd Council Bluffs chosen as treas urer NORTH IOWA HAS ITS FIRST FROST Western Iowa Escapes First Freezing Weather as Result of Clouds DES MOINES frost that has been threatening Iowa tor a week now caught up with the north section of the state early Fri day as temperatures sank to freezing at Charles City Mason City West Union and Dubuque the first time this fall Keokuk reported a light frost The territory about Mason City Thursday night experienced its first freezing weather of the autumn with 31 degrees registered in Mason City and 28 degrees in rural sec tions A low of 32 was reported at Charles City and Dubuque Western Iowa the weatherman explained escaped frost Thursday night because clouds gathered over this section of the state and tem peratures mounted a little At West Union the first killing frost found practically all corn out of danger At Northwood where a minimum of 29 was reported it was gener ally believed the corn was helped by the frost Landon and his guest sat side By side at the head of a table seating 34 at Mrs J H Toothmans inn at the edge of Topeka The hostess proudly displaying the signatures of Hoover and Landon side by suie on the register said Im going to have this framed and hang it in the front the Kansan Is Held for Trial for Shooting of Estranged Wife KANSAS CITY Richard R McDermott 34 year old chiro practor was held Friday for trial on a charge of first degree murder for the slaying of his estranged wife June 5 after a preliminary hearing Thursday McDermott was ordered returned to the county jail where he has been held since the shooting Harold G Allen Mrs McDermotts escort tes tified McDermott fired the shot that killed her Allen testified Mrs McDermott was shot as she stepped from the apartment building where he re sides before I could reach Allen said he asked McDermott why he did it but he didnt an tion of the republican nominee m all of his campaign speeches A3 tentatively arranged his last ap pearance will be in Albany Oct 31 closing his fight against the president in the capital city where both met in 1911 while servingin the state legislature Twice hecklers interrupted address Wont you please explain why you did not agree with the people that turned against Roosevelt shouted a man in the second row when Smith pictured himself as having defended Roosevelt when almost every other leader in the state was against Some shouted threats to throw the heckler out bodily but Smith replied Another Shouts Out That is a rather complicated Question You had better put it m better English I dont get it One minute I have the platform After I get finished you can get up here and have as much as you want to Just as Smiths declaration Governor Landon was being ap plauded a heavyset man in the leu center of the orchestra shouted that former Mayor James J Walker had shown he could take it with more grace than the once happy war tary commander said They asserted fear over a project ed invasion of the capital by the Moorish legionnaires in the insur gent columns was growing daily in Madrid was based on a solid legal founda tion as well as on comprehension of the Spanish problem because Mexico has also suffered from a plague of antisocial coups A yellow and red pamphlet from the Burgos junta containing a narrative of outrages charged to the popular front government of Spain was attributed to former Spanish ConsulGeneral Texidor who resigned his Geneva post join the insurgent side to Kicked by Horse Brown 2 son of W H Brown Ruthven was recovering there Thursday from a broken jaw and other injur ies received when a horse kicked him as the child played in the barn yard rior Smiths radio time was ended and he made no reply but the shouting crowd headed for heckler the Fairfield Electric Gas Franchise Lose FAIRFIELD fused to grant the Fairfield re Iowa Electric company a 20 year gas and electric franchise in a special election here Thursday The gas franchise lost by 181 votes and the electric franchise by 185 RUSH TO BUY AS BOURSE OPENS Orders Greatest at Paris in Memory of Brokers Few PARIS rush of buying orders at the reopening of the Paris bourse Friday was the greatest m the memory of brokers The bourse has been closed since last Friday wnen the French franc devaluation move got under way so that Friday share prices provided the first reflection of the effects of the cut in the value of the cur A lack of sellers delayed the quo tation of prices which were fixed tales about another woman whom they accused of being a witch I saw blazing streams of fire coming from the witchs one woman testified Knew Devil When the church bells began to ring ana I started to read my pray er book I would not be able to my place and I knew the devil was said another A third said she looked through a window while a ritual was be ing performed Her head would shrink to the size of my she told the re corder her body would become large and horns would appear on her head and she would walk on all fours like an Placed Under Probation Recorder Brown was not con vinced He ended the proceedings by placing three of tne women under probation with orders not to annoy the woman they accused The two others had appeared as witnesses The neighborhood from which all the women come is a neat street with tidy houses The womens ages range from 45 to 50 Asked to describe what she con sidered a display of witchcraft one witness said Had Dogs saw her bend down and her head changed into a dogs head and she bad big bumps on her Another witness was examined about a devil she claimed she saw Q What did you see A Some sort of an animal with horns and a big ball of fire Q When did this woman change herself into this sort of an aminal A Immediately after the church bell would ring The matter came before the re corder when the woman accused of witchcraft summoned three of her neighbors into court on charges of annoying her They countered with the stories of The woman accused denied the stories When testimony was given that she collected certain herbs for a witchs she said she did collect certain grasses and herbs but said she used them for a me dicinal preparation she andherhus band took finally at to 20 per closing1 levels ranging from 10 cent over last Fridays White Sox Take 2nd of Chicago Series From Cubs 11 to 1 CHICAGO White Sos combined timely hitting with wob bly fielding Friday to defeat the Na tional leaguers 11 to 3 to make i two straight in Chicagos city titl baseball series before specta tors at Comiskey park Home From Hospital MELTONVILLE Arthur Gun derson returned home from the hos pital in Austin where he wa taken after being hurt in a run away Mr Gunderson is able to up Tony Lazzeri for only the second ime in worlds series history belted a homerun into the right field tands with the bases full in the bird inning climaxing a seven run rally for the Yankees and running heir lead to 9 to 1 The Yankee horsehide murderers hammered Sinker Ball Hal Schu macher from the box in the third melted out a southpaw named Al Smith while President Roosevelt chuckled and finished up on Dick CotffiraS for one ofthe loudest and mskiest rallies in series history Use Heavy Artillery Lazzeris smash high into the right field balcony came off Coff man and scored the final four runs of the rally The feat has been ac complished in world series before orily by Elmer Smith outfielder for Jie Cleveland Indians who homered with the bases full Oct 10 1920 against Brooklyn Gomez was erratic allowing the Giants a run through his own wild ness in the second but the game i was a runaway after the Yanks uni imbered their heavy artillery in the third The Yanks batted around before the third ended Frank Crosetti op ened up on Schumacher with his second bit of the game a sharp sin i jle to left Red Rolfe walked and i he bases were filled when Travis j Jackson messed up Joe DiMaggios i attempt to bunt for an error Smith Assumes Burden That ended Schumacher and Smith a southpaw look over the Durden Gehrig promptly scored Crosetti and Rolfe with a line sin gle to right and Bill Dickey chased DiMaggio home with another lins belt into right Smith managed to get Selkirk on a short fly to center i field but when he walked Powell filling the bases again Coffman i right bander took over Coffman promptly fed a fast ball to Lazzeri and the Italian belter from San Francisco lined far and high into the right field stands clearing the bases driving home the last four runs of the rally Gomez fanned for the second time and Crosetti appearing for the second time in the inning grounded out to Bartell Schumacher was constantly In trouble His control was bad his curve wild In two innings he walked two al lowed three hits and two runs The three runs scoring ahead of Lazzeri also were counted against him for he put the men on the bases before he was rlivd Smith in one third of an inning walked one and was hit safely twice Had Weird Performance Meanwhile Gomez was turning in a weird performance He allowed only one hit in the first three inn ings fanning four but he walked four The Giants scored on him in the second when he wild pitched Gus Mancuso home from second A walk to Mancuso by Jackson and Pinch Hitter George Davis filled the bases and set scene for a long drive into the by Bartell which was foul by incnea Bartell then walked forcing in run Frank Gabler a right started the fifth for the Giants and got by safely though Powell to right with two gone and fcazzeri drove eLiber almost into the center field to drag down his long bid for another home run   

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