Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1936, Mason City, Iowa Mason East Des Final Final Final Iowa State Nebraska m Notre Carnegie NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME Final Ohio New York THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME DITION FIVE CENTS A COP ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 309 Recalls Ford Peace Trip War Ridicule Might Have Kept U S Neutral C P that the Euro pean situation once more causes concern I recall once more the end of the Ford peace voyage to Europe 21 years ago I was along as a newspaper cor respondent The peace par ty held its last meeting at the zoo in The Hague The 200 at the Dutch capital has as a matter of fact a nice auditorium Nevertheless after the kind of aJ vertisine the peace expedition had received a zoo seemed a singularly appropriate place for it to conduct its deliberations inThe whole af fair had blown up anyway but a zoo was a funny institution to see its finish Ridicule Might Have Won My own judgment is that had the peace expedition been permitted to make a joke of the war it might have ridiculed it to an extent that would have kept the United States out of it It persisted however in taking the conflict seriously Instead of regarding it as crazy struggle it gulped down stor ies of atrocities literally In fact many of the peace dele gates turned prowar in their sym pathies Correspondents Woes Personally I had instructions not to return to the United States with the party but to go to London fo war duty in behalf of the news ag ency I represented Dr Henry Van Dyke then Ameri can minister in Holland would not my passport on the ground that I had been a infuriated me terribly since in real ity I had been merely a correspon YANKS EDGE OUT GIANTS 2 T01 GET SERIES LEAD 2 OUT OF 3 BEFORE Giants Fail in Close Game Despite Superb Four Hit Pitching by Freddy Fitzsimmons SCORE BY INNINGS Campaigners Prepare for Giants Yankees Play by Play Report on Page 9 NEW YORK Freddy Fitzsimmons superb four hit pitching the Yankees edged out a lucky 2 to 1 victory in the third game of the world series Saturday taking a lead of two games to one as the allManhattan battle resumed be fore a record shattering crowd of about in the Ameri can league park Lou Gehrig for the Yanks and young Jimmy Ripple Giants fresh man outfielder belted long home Tank starting the second the Giant opening the send the swift sparkling game along ev enly 1 to 1 until the Yanks broke nara words were exchanged but I never got my not from Ui Vai get into England but under an authorization from the London foreign office viseless Anyway I had the laugh on LK Van Dyke Near Its Finish The ncace party was near its fin ish by the time of its meeting in The Most of it was returning to the Tj A on the steamship Rotter the port of that name at the mouth of the Scheldt A few of us to stay in Holland I to depart soon for London All of the stayover contingent journeyed from The Hague to Rot terdam a short jouney by rail to see our departing brethren off We dined together at a Rotterdam There was a row about the wait ers tip nowhere that the peace party went were hostilities missing Few Pleasantries The homereturning peacers correspondents numbered about stayovers listed about half a dozsn correspondents and an eroup of the real peace party On the Rotterdam the stayover correspondents said a fond farewell to their departing brethren the did ditto to their pacifis tic friends Correspondents and peacers didnt mingle however they hated one another too much Second Suit Is Filed in Palo Alto on Sheep Feed Contract Losses second suit has been filed here against Earl W aarkson and J M Schuft Butte county S sheep growers with Ray Graham farmer near Emmets burg asking for loss of profits allegedly incurred in a feeder sheep contract with the South Dakota men Graham claims that 314 lambs Bhipped to him were impossible to fatten were stunted culls and not marketable He seeks reimburse ment for money spent over a period of several months for feed salt and other supplies Cleve Berger neigh bor of Graham was awarded by a jury in a similar suti against the Dakota men here two weeks More in Whos Who IOWA record at the University of Iowa Recognition of more faculty members by Whos Who in than ever before The new 193637 edition carries brief biographies of 86 university men whereas only 65 were printed in the last issue WHITE SOX BEAT CUBS BY 4 TO 2 Assume 3 Game to Nothing Lead in Chicago City Baseball Series CHICAGO White Sox assumed a three game to nothing lead over the Cubs Saturday after noon when they employed but four hits to beat the Cubs 4 to 2 in the third game of the city series Two Minnesota Demo Nominees Withdraw to Combine F R Support ST PAUL J De laney and Fred A Curtis demoi cratic nominees for United States j senator and governor respectively Saturday withdrew as candidates for those offices in a move designed to solidify farmerlabor and demo cratic forces behind President Roosevelt In separate statements the two candidates formally announced changes which had been rumored in political circles for some time i Decision to make the unprece j dented move came following a con ference of state and national demo cratic party Icadeis in St Paul this week the tie in The Giants combed Bump Hadley for 10 hits and got another off re lief pitcher Pat Malone in the ninth but their strategy bogged down base runners missed daring chances fielders came up with spec tacular plays to thrill the huge crowd and save the day for the Yan kees Boasting the all important edge now with two more games on their home grounds the Yanks immed iately became prohibitive series fav orites as Carl Hubbell peerless left hand conqueror of the Yanks in the opening game set himself for an other try Sunday against Monte Pearson ailing Yankee right hander YANKS ONE UP THE OFFICIAL BOX SCORE N Y AB R H F A Moore If 0 1 2 Bartell ss 0 1 0 Terry 0 1 5 Ott rf 0 2 4 Ripple cf 1 1 2 Mancuso c 4 l 1 Whitehead 4 0 0 X Jackson Sb 2 0 1 0 Koenig 1 fi 0 Fitzsimmons p 3 0 2 1 Leslie xx I 0 1 Davis xxx 0 0 0 0 Visited by Daughter and Mrs Joe Veeder and children of Hollandale have been guests in the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Nels Larsen FORECAST IOWA Partly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday may become unsettled rising temperature in central and cast portions M J N E S 0 T A Increasing cloudiness Saturday night may become unsettled Sunday slowly rising temperature Saturday night and in east portion Sunday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday Minimum in Night At 8 A M Saturday CLOSE OF BUSY WEEK PROVIDES REST FOR MANY Landon Risks Strain on Vocal Cords Goes to Game By The Associated Press The end of a tumultuous week of politics found most campaigners taking it easy Saturday in prepara tion for the full month of fighting that lies ahead Gov Alf M Landon however de cided to risk a strain on his vocal cords by attending a football game between Washburn college of To peka and the University of Kansas at Lawrence Kans His fourth ma jor drive for tour of Il Ohio Michigan and Indiana Oct 8 Will Swing Into West After making nine speeches since Tuesday President Roosevelt at Hyde Park prescribed three days of rest for himself before swinging into the west next week Friday he dedicated a medical building in Jer sey City saw the Yanks beat the Giants and spoke at the ground breaking for the QueensManhattan tunnel New York City Among countless speeches Friday night throughout the nation were these AntiNew Frank Knox said at Rochester N that the only revolution that ever menaced was the one the false profits of the new deal have nourished and Predicts Lasting Prosperity ProNew A Filene Boston merchant said four more years of Roosevelt will not only bring us to unprecedented prosper ity but will see business industry and finance uniting with agriculture and labor on an ailAmerican plan to maintain lasting prosperity for Union Frazier R N supported the presidential candidacy of Representative William Lemke saying the democrats and republicans forget their promises to the common people but not those to large corporations Browder de clared Landon and Knox were the chosen candidates of the most irre concilable enemies of Old Age Pen sions and unemployment insur Totals 1 11 for Jackson in ninth for Fitzsimmons in ninth for Leslie in ninth N Y Crosetti ss 4 Rolfe Sb DiMaggio cf 3 Gehrig Ib 3 Dickey Selkirk Powell If Lazzcri 2b Hadlcy p z Johnson iz l Malone p 0 AB R H 0 U 0 1 0 0 J 0 n o u n 4 3 10 3 Z 4 27 14 64 39 49 Following the slight freeze of Thursday night the temperature Friday night was back to a level just above right for football WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO weather ouU look fothe period Oct 5 to 10 For the Upper Mississippi and Lower Mississippi Valleys and the Northern and Central Great Plains Not much precipitation likely tem peratures mostly above normal Totals for Hadley in eighth for Ruffing in eighth SUMMARY Runs batted in Gehrig Ripple Crosetti two base hit Di Maggio homeruns Gehrig Ripple sacrifices Bartell Lazzeri double plays Cro setti to Gehrig Bartell to White head to Terry earned runs New York NL 1 New York AL Z left on bases New York NL 9 New York AL 3 bases on balls off Fitzsimmons 2 Dickey Pow Hadley 1 by Hadley Z Fitzsimmong by Malone by Fitzsimmons 5 Lazzeri Crosetti Selkirk Powell hits off Fitzsimmons 4 off Hadley 10 in 8 innings 1 run off Malone 1 in 1 inning no runs winning pitcher Hadley umpires Magerkurtn Summers Pfirman and Geisel time Have You Read Your Newspaper 1 Between what two former political friends was a break completed t 2 What official resigned to de fend the social security program 3 Who was the presidential nominee arrested in Terre Haute 4 Who called his political op ponents these 5 Who won the opening game of the Worlds series 6 How do North Iowa sports men stand on an open pheasant season 7 What form of transportation was inaugurated in Mason City 8 What European capital is surrounded by insurgents 9 What Iowa agricultural event held national interest 10 Where will the Iowa corn husking contest be held ANSWERS ON PAGE 2 Spy Ring Is Crushed in Madrid By The Associated Press While its capital twice heard the scream of air raid sirens in a single night the Spanish government crushed a huge Madrid spy ring Saturday and in a quickmarch maneuver swung an arching line southeast of Toledo for a surprise flank attack on fascist foes The 77th day of civil war saw these highlights airmen carrying out a well mapped campaign of twice flew over Madrid first drop ping bombs under heavy fire of suburban antiaircraft guns celebrated atadell po lice brigade in the capital seized 300 alleged spies who authorities charged met daily in the reading rooms of the national library Defense Is Heightened militiamen forti fied a semicircle around the Toledo Bargas area held by the fascist De fense was heightened at the vital southern communications centers of Aranjuez and Castillejos 15 miles behind the new line his final onslaught on Madrid General Francisco Franco dictatordesignate of fas cist Spain reorganized his high command authoritative but unof ficial Vatican city survey stated more than 500 priests and nuns had been killed in the war Spanish fas cists on protests from the Vatican lowered the gold flag of the rebellion from the Spanish em bassy to the holy see Yesterday the Madrid ambassador was dis closed to have left Rome under fi nancial pressure from his own staff Defended at Geneva impassioned defense of the legitimacy of the Spanish government was made by Garlos OssorioGallardo Madrid delegate at Geneva Owen ODuffy leader of the banned Irish republican army prepared to lead Irish volun teers to Spain While ODuffy first offered his troops to the insurgents it now was understood they would fight for the government troops in the bay of Biscay sector seized the of fensive and were reported to have rcaptured part of a town on the coastal end of the Bilbao defense line Fighting was almost contin uous SOCIALIST ARMY IN QUICK MARCH MOVE G O V E R NMENT HEADQUAR TERS IN THE FIELD MORA VILLAGE OZB The socialist southern army forced a quick march maneuver Saturday swing ing a wide arc southeast of Toledo in a surprise flank movement against the fallen Alcazar city Revitalized by an inrush of re inforcements the government mil itia fortified a semicircle arounc the insurgent held ToledoBargas area The newly formed government line based its northern end on the hotly defended town of Olias De Rey 30 miles south of Madrid From there is swung about Tole do crossing the river Tagus slight ly to the southeast at the importani Madrid southern railway bridge am thence to Mora 55 miles south o the capital where after a benc back to the west it straggled oft into the Sierra Del Bohonal moun tains Equally forward in the govern rnent strategy in pushing the coun terattack against the former cap ital of the Moors was a heightenec defense of the vital centers of Aranjuez and Castillejos These foodways to the sea essen tial to the life of Madrid lie a scan 15 miles behind the OliasMora line WATCH FOR THIS At 7 oclock Saturday ev ening an edition of the GlobeGazette containing a full account of the sports contests of the day will be on the streets And again the question wait until Sunday for Sat urdays news Lowden to Speak at Waterloo Rally Oct 8 WATERLOO O Low den former governor of Illinois will make a campaign speech in be half of the republican party candi dates Oct 8 The address will be given in the dairy cattle congress auditorium Seek New Certificates WASHINGTON Coreceiv era of the Slinneapolis and St Louis Railroad company asked the Inter state Commerce commission Prida MSc TYPHOON VEERS TO OCEAN AFTER 70 DEATH TOLL Two Distressed Steamers and Much Damage Is Left By JAMES A MILLS Copyright 1936 By The Associated Press TOKIO erratic typhoon seating a path of death and destruc ion over Japanese islands veered suddenly Saturday night and passed out over the Pacific ocean The tropical cyclone left behind a reported death toll of approximate y 70 two distressed steamers and many injured The typhoon traveled more than miles from its point of origin in the south seas skipping between shore and sea and creating extensive property damage Japanese Steamship Founders The largest number of dead was reported to be 60 passengers and our crew members of the Japanese steamship Kashima Maru which foundered off the west central coast of Korea The German steamer Ursula Rick mers sent out several appeals for assistance announcing she was on fire off the coast of Yokohama However as the American oil tanker Ramaporushed to the assist ance of the German vessel the Ur sula Rickmers notified the Yoko hama customs office the fire had been extinguished 60 Workmen Saved Sixty workmen at the Kure naval base near Hiroshima on the main island of Honshu were reported to have been saved after being thrown into the heaving sea when their tender capsized As the typhoon approached Tokio in the early evening the wind veered suddenly and panicstricken resi dents breathed sighs of relief The disappearance of the storm was marked by a burst of brilliant sun light which Japanese oracles inter preted as a certain sign of autumn Rivers and streams overflowed as the terrific force of the cyclonic winds swept over the islands At Nagoya on the east central coast of Honshu houses were re ported flooded Other Cities Swept Rain and wind storms swept the streets of other eastern coastal ci ties Extensive damage to homes and buildings was reported at Yoko hama north of Tokio The typhoon hindered communica tions with outlying points to pre vent complete reports of death and damage from reaching the capital The Kashima Maru was declared to have been hit near the Korean coast Eight survivors were picked up by another ship The foundered vessel was proceeding along the coast when the storm struck to give serious trouble to the steamer of gross tons Japanese officials mobilized all forces to combat the cyclone and is sued warnings to the population in an effort to prevent unnecessary loss of life Schools were closed and ambulance corps organized Away From Harbors Shipmasters held some vessels away from harbors as the typhoon increased in intensity The bner Empress of Canada was anchored five miles from Yokohama harbor Aboard was Lord Rplnfermere Brit ish newspaper publisher Residents of the windswept com munities were advised to stay in doors to prevent injury from flying debris Occupants of districts near the coast were instructed to keep a careful watch for huge waves which might follow in the storms wake 1 st Reading for Move to Halt Bank Nights IOWA CITY city council gave a first reading to an ordin ance to prohibit bank nights at lo cal theaters Mayor Thomas E Martin said it was the first ordin ance of its kind in the state Robberies at 2 Frats Reported at Iowa U IOWA CITY ot LOOK INSIDE FOR HEXRY A WALLACE Speaks at Pierson on Decorah Program ON PAGE 2 Trojans Beat Luther Reserves by 6 to 0 ON PAGE 9 2 Go Through Flames in Nashua Residence ON PAGE 8 Rural Teachers Group Adopts Constitution ON PAGE 7 C G Dayton Granite Works Operator Dead ON PAGE 7 Set Mayors Hearing on Intoxication Count MOUNT PLEASANT A hearing on dismissal charges against Mayor Charles E Heater was set for Oct 14 by City Clerk J P Eudde The mayor is charged with neglect to perform his duties and intoxication in a petition filed with the clerk The city council which previously demanded Heaters res ignation will serve as court for the removal hearing Football Scores fraternity reported to police here tHlRlT Korthwestern 16 Iowa 0 Vanderbilt 25 Chicago 0 SECOND PERIOD Pitt 14 West Virginia 0 Michigan State Michigan 7 Pennsylvania 7 Lafayette 0 Holy Cross 7 Providence 0 Colgate 35 Ursinus 0 Yale 10 Cornell 0 Ohio State 27 N Y U 0 Columbia 21 Maine 0 FIRST PERIOD Princeton 7 Williams 0 Harvard 7 Amherst 0 Davidson 0 Navy 0 Nebraska 14 Iowa State 0 Illinois 0 Washington U 0 Marquette 6 Wisconsin 0 Fordham 21 Franklin and shall 0 North Carolina 7 Tennessee 0 Dartmouth 19 Vermont 0 Array 6 Washington and Lee 0 Mar WILDCATS DOWN IOWA 18 TO 7 IN BIG TEN OPENER Simmons Hawk Flash Kept Bottled Up by Purple DYCHE STADIUM Evanston Wildcats surg ed to a 18 to 7 victody over Iowa Saturday in their Big Ten football opener here The Purple kept Iowas star Negro back Oze Simmons bot tled up in the first part of the game while the Wildcat backs ripped through Simmons galloped 28 yards in the fourth period to make Iowas mark er The play by play account follows FIRST PERIOD Northwestern won the toss and elected to defend the north goal Adelman took Eicherlys kickoff and ran it back to the Purple 25 yard line Osmaloski stopped Adelman after a gain of one yard Adelman picked up a yard at hig right tackle Toth then punted to Iowas 38 yard mark Voigts downing the ball Simmons tried a sweeping run and got one yard Gibson and Kovatch checked him at his right tried the other end and lost a yard Iowa was penalized 15 yards for holding placing the ball on the Hawks 25 yard line Recovers for Iowa Simmons smashed the line for no gain Balazs punted to Adelman who returned 10 yards to Iowas 46 A lateral Toth to Hinton was fumbled Harris recovering for Iowa on the Hawkeyes 48 yard line Balazs pass to Lennon was incomplete Balazs gained a yard at center Balazs punted over the goal line and the Wildcats took it on their 20 yard line Adelman broke loose around his right end for 22 yards Simmons bringing him down Adelman added 5 more at right tackle Toth made four at center but Iowa and penalized 5 yards just slyrt of a first down Toth then plunged for the first down on Iowas 45 yard line Hild smashed for 5 yards at center Nel son replaced Farroh in Iowas line Meets Stone Wall Adelmans long pass was ruled complete because of interference by Simmons on Iowas 27 yard line where it was first down Adelman got 2 yards in a crack at right tackle Toth ran into a stone wall for no gain at center Nelson stop ped him On a reverse Lannon checked Ko vatch after a gain of a yard Toth tried a place kick from the 31 yard line but it was low and wide The Hawks took the ball on their 20 Simmons picked up 10 yards and first down on the 30yard line on a twist through his right tackle Eich erly was smothered on the next play losing three yards Balazs punted beautifully to Northwesterns 15 yard line and Adelman returned to the 26 Heap replaced Adelman and Jefferson took Hintons place for Northwest ern Geyer also went in for Toth Jefferson on a reverse smashed through for eight yards Jefferson was tripped by Eicherly for no gain at left end Heap plunged through for first down on Northwesterns 41 yard line Heap passed 25 yards to Diehl who was tackled as he caught the ball on Iowas 35 yard line Nelson stopped Jefferson Time Out for Hawks Heap picked up 7 yards off left tackle Don Simmons replaced Lannon for end and the Hawks took time out Lindenmeyer went in for Walker at tackle for the Hawk eyes Heap made it first down on Iowas 22 Geyer fumbled and re covered losing 4 yards Geyer ripped over center for 7 yards on a re verse Heap added 1 yard Heap then tore through a big hole in the Iowa line going to Iowas 4 yard line before Simmons brought him down Geyer punched center for 2 yards Mason replaced Don Simmons at Iowas left end Geyer was held on the 1 yard line as the period ended Iowa 0 Northwestern 0 SECOND PERIOD Walker came back into the game for Iowa replacing DeHeer Wag ner replaced Balazs Anderson topic Osmaloskis place at center Geyer
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.