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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 6, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WISE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER THIS PAFEK CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONH NO 311 YANKEES WIN WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP GET SEVEN RUNS IN NINTH FRAME OF 135 VICTORY Set Scoring Record as They Beat Giants in First AllNew York World Series in 13 Years SCORE BY INNINGS Yankees Giants a D 7 g 9 R H E Q Q EH 0 D Q ID Q Play by PJay Report on Page 9 By EDWARD J NEIL POLO GROUNDS New York Yankees won the first allManhattan world series in thirteen years by four games to two Tuesday crushing the Giants again in a record breaking sixth game finale 13 to 5 before a crowd of the smallest of the series The battering American leaguers winning the twentieth series for their circuit against 13 for the Na tional league climaxed the day and the series by scoring seven runs in the ninth breaking their own record for ninth inning rallies set at six in the second game CHAMPIONS OF WORLD YORK A AB R H PO A E Crosetti 4 Kolfe 6 Di Magglo cf 6 Gehrig 5 Dickey Selkirk rf 5 Powell If 5 Lazzeri I Gomez p 3 alurpny p 0 0 S 3 8 2 1 10 0 S 2 8 S S 3 S 1 n i u TOTALS 45 13 17 NEW YORK N AB R H Moore If 522 Bartell ss 3 2 2 Terrv Ib 4 0 1 Leiber cf 200 Mavo Sb 1 0 0 Otfrf 4 Mancnso o 3 zLeslie 1 Danning c 1 Whitehead 3b 3 Ripple cf 0 Jackson 3b 3 Koenig 2b Fltzsimmons p Castleman p zzDavis Coff man p 27 11 3 PO A E 200 0 2 0 6 1 0 600 0 0 0 300 4 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 Gumbert p 000 100 010 000 000 000 000 TOTALS 5 927 6 1 zBatted for Maneuso in seventh for Castleman in eighth Score By Innings New York 200 01713 New 1ork 010 o Runs batted in Ott 3 Powell 4 Gehrig Gomez Rolfe 2 Terry Laz zeri Moore Murphy Crosetti Di maggio Two base hits Ott Bartell Three base hit Selkirk Horaeruns Powell Ott Moore Sacrifices Ter rv Leiber Earned runs New York A 11New York N 5 Left on bases New York A 11 New York N 10 Base on balls Gomez 4 2 Leiber Murphy 1 Ripple Gumbert 3 Lazzeri Cro setti Castleman 2 Dickey Coffman 1 Strikeouts Fitzsimmons 1 Croset 1 Castleman 5 Powell 2 Lazzeri Gomez Mur Murphy 1 Gumbert 1 Pitching summary Fitzsimmons 5 runs 9 hits in 3 23 innings Castleman 1 run 3 hits in 413 innings Coffman 3 runs 3 hits in 0 inning none out in Gumbert 4 runs 2 hits in 1 inning Gomez 4 runs 8 hits in 6 13 inn ings Murphy 1 run 1 hit in 223 Innings Winning pitcher Gomez Losing pitcher Fitzsimmons Um pires Geisel Magerkurth Summers Pfirman Time Writers Barred From Holy Cross Practices WORCESTER UP For the first time in the history of foot ball at Holy Cross newspapermen are barred from paractice as the Crusaders prepare for their im portant teat with Dartmouth Satur day The Crusaders were undefeat ed last year and have won the first two encounters this season LOOK INSIDE FOR JULIUS GOEMBOES Premier of Hungary Dies of Long Illness ON PAGE 2 Mason Citys List of Unemployed Declines ON PAGE 12 Osage Will Hold Fall Festival on Wednesday ON PAGE 3 Layden Hard to Please on Line Blocking Jobs ON PAGE 9 Tandon Charges New Deal Censors News Sources Former Burlington Auditor Pleads Guilty BURLINGTON h e o d o r e Upton former city who was indicted by a grand jury last month entered a plea of guilty to false entries before District Judge James Smythe Sentence will be passed Oct 12 Upton is accused of em bezzling more than in city funds by signing fictitious names to the park payroll REFUGEES FROM SPAIN SAY OVER EXECUTED Claim Madrid Extremists Seek Extermination of Capitalist Class Copyright 1936 By ixe Associated ITess HENDAYE FrancoSpanish Bor advices brought here by refugees from Madrid Tuesday stated theSpanish capitals extrem ist execution squads had killed well over middle and upper class citizens The executions even have in creased the advices said since Fran cisco Largo Caballero became prem ier little more than a month ago Bands of bloodthirsty young the refugees said are responsible for the executions The travelers described the death squads as the Spanish counterpart of the French SansCulottes of 1789 who with bloodsoaked tumbrils daily fed Madam Guillotine with aristocrats 82 Slain One Day While the municipal morgue squads figure for corpses collected on the outskirts of Madrid reached a record one day low of 15 early in September it soared to 82 one day a fortnight later Cabellero became premier on Sept 4 One explanation of the increase the advices said might be found in new friction over political conces sions between the revolutionary so cialist government and the syndical ist national confederation of labor with Satelitte the federation of Iberian anarchists The role of free ance executioner the refugees said is second nature to the avowed gunmen in these two organizations but the members of the popular front parties and unions regard it with loathing Says Police Hoodwinked The peoples tribunal un derstood to be entirely dominated by the anarchists arid syndicalists at its headquarters on Holy Sunday hill successfully hoodwinks the po lice and the governmentover the treatment of persons known to have fallen into its clutches Tuesdays advices said Many persons have been executed they added despite official efforts to save their lives are cheka as surances to the authorities that no harm would befall them Tragic evidence that the execu tioners aim at the extermination of the entire capitalist class is pro vided the travelers continued by the number of persons of liberal convictions found every day at dawn on the capitals sandy out skirts shot with a savage Bullet Riddled Corpses Day afterday they said scenes at the execution areas in the univer sity city at Cuatro Caminos and on San Isidro hill with mothers and their children discussing shopping over cuUet riddled corpses reveal Spain in the raw For a period of less than four weeks from Aug 14 the advices said police headquarters collected in a dozen bound volumes the pho tographs of 250 unidentified dead men and 32 unidentified dead wo men Each photograph showed a corpse just as it had been found The Madrid county council offices collected similar photographs of 127 men and six women Their still uni dentified remains had been discover ed in the sinister suburban villages of Fuencarral Getafe Vicalvaro and Villaverde the advices said Ruse of Executioners A favorite ruse of the execu the refugees continued is to accost suspects in the street segregate them and obtain from each privately an account of the conver sation they were holding when at costed It may be the sources said if the accounts do not tally Many rightists still are in danger if they venture abroad the sources said describing the arrest of a fi nance ministry employe in a central cafe Two syndicalist militiamen tap ped his shoulder and asked to see his papers Like a hunted animal they said the cringing suspect complied but the militia apparent ly not satisified as to his identity invited him politely to come to Screams at Captivee I refuse to go with cried the suspect in a voice which the refugees said haunted them for days Murderers he shouted you Men Gathered for MadridDrive By THE ASSOCIATED FEESS With brisk battles on many fronts Spanish insurgents marshall ed trained men Tuesday for their march on Madrid while the government proclaimed it was hold g its lines on all sectors The fascists held up their genera advance resolved to be well pre pared for a most bitter conflict There still was mop up work to 3e done in the immediate vicinity or Toledo where government snipers harried the insurgent conquerors But the big push led by the dic tatordesignate General Francisco Franco will start as soon as the fascists tighten their lines and unite their marching columns THE FASCISTS CLAIMED Advance of their troop to within six miles of the governments Mad ridValencia railroad at a point near Torrijon De La Calzada re pulse of a government attack on Huesca in the northeast defeat of government forces at Bargos just north of Toledo destruction of gov ernment planes in the Toledo area a bomb raid on Getafe airdrome just south of Madrid capture of a government blockhouse at Ulescas 22 miles below the capital dispatch of a motorized column to aid the be sieged northern city of Oviedo cap ture of a government truck cunvoy eastward cavalry advances from the Sierras de Gredos THE GOVERNMENT CLAIMED Stiff defense in driving rains from the Avila front west of the capital to the Siguenza front on the north east dispersal of a cavalry at Navalperal de Pinares in the mountains 30 miles northwest of Madrid an attack on the insurgent flank at Siguenza capture of 17 houses in the outskirts of insurgent held Oviedo where the government said grave diggers were paid big wages to bury heaps of fascist dead a left flank push toward the Tagus river in the Toledo area strength ening the defenses of the vital com munications point of Aranjuez south of Madrid In the north an international Red Cross representative said he was hopeful new negotiations might save the lives of fascists as hostages in the besieged govern ment stronghold of Bilbao Of hostages originally held an estimat ed 150 have been slain in retaliation for fascist air raiids Alcazar of the At the same time insurgent leaders at Burgos disclosed the existence of an Alcazar of the at a sanctuary hi Jaen Pro vince where they said 100 fascist sympathizers and their families had been virtually imprisoned for 79 days In Madrid the socialist mayor oi Toledo who escaped the insurgent advance blamed the fascist captors for any damage to the priceless El Greco painting The Burial of the Count of The insurgents have reported it missing Landon Cousin Iowa Republican Worker WATERLOO Dorothy Landon Waterloo attractive 18 year old fourth cousin of Alfred M Landon of Topeka Tuesday joined the staff of workers at Black Hawk county republican campaign head quarters 9 MEN FALL 900 FEET TO THEIR DEATHS IN MINE Steel Cables Break as Workers Are Loaded Into Cage MULLAN Idaho Nine min ers fell 900 feet to their deaths early Tuesday in an elevator at the Morning mine a property of the Federal Mining and Smelting com pany near here The men were going off shift at 1 a and were being loaded into the cake or mine elevator The steel cible snapped as the cage was only partly loaded survivors said The bodies were so badly man gled said H G Wasbburn general manager that identification will not be possible until payroll records are checked Cage Door Opened Jack Jameson a miner said the cage door had been opened and he had started to step inside when the cable snapped dropping the elevator from the foot level He said he barely saved himself from plung ing after it All nine bodies were removed to undertaking parlors at Kellogg and Wallace nearby towns The task of identifying them was started at once News of the tragedy was withheld by mine officials until about 8 oclock Had Three Decks The cage had three decks The bottom deck had just been filled with the nine miners and the eleva tor was being moved to load the middle deck when the cable snapped miners said The Morning mine is one of the oldest and most profitable of the famous Coeur dAlene region It is owned by the Federal Mining and Smelting company and employs about 400 miners Lead silver and zinc are the most important minerals mined at this property which is a subsidiary prop erty of the American Smelting and Refining company The shaft is about two miles west of Mullan General Electric to Vary Employes Pay With Cost of Living SCHENECTADY N General Electric company adopted Tuesday a wage stabilization plan under which the pay of employes will be adjusted automatically with the rise and fall of living costs Although the workers council said it would apply only to the employes in the plant here a company executive said it would probably apply to all units through out the He said there were approximate ly industrial workers at a score of General Electric The first application of the plan will come Oct 22 and 23 with a 2 per cent upward adjustment of all hourly and piece work earnings Baroness Left Behind on Flight have no right to arrest me Fetch me an assault He still was screaming as the militia dragged him off The government recently broad cast a notice advising all persons who received unwelcome visits or attentions from militia above all from militia without warrants to telephone police headquarters for a carload of assault or security All indications the sources said now point to sterner government measures to liquidate the amateur Legal Firing Squads Ever since Syndicalist Manuel Lopez outstanding member of the very committee of public safety which was condemning rightists to death was murdered by some of his own several execution ers have faced legal firing squads for their exploits Stern warnings have been issued by alt labor unions including the national confederation of labor it self that merciless treatment be meted out to all guilty of such horrible It remains to be seen Tuesdays sources said whether the unions can fulfill their threat FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Tuesday night and Wednesday showers expected late Tuesday after noon or early Tuesday night in extreme eastern portion cooler Tuesday night and in southeast ern portion Wednesday frost mostly light in north central and extreme western portions MINNESOTA Fair Tuesday night and Wednesday colder in east and extreme south Tuesday night probably with frost rising temperature Wednesday except in extreme southeast IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Minimum in Night Minimum in night At 8 A M Rainfall 55 55 57 31 Another night rain brought the years rain total to inches Oc tober thus far has contributed inches tothat aggregate which is only 64 of an inch under the normal yearly moisture total of inches in Maaon City KURT BJORKVALL and BARONESS EVA VON BLIXENFINECKEM Swedish Flyer Starts on Solo Trip to Stockholm F R UNCERTAIN OF IOWA VISIT Herring Says President May Not Cross State on Western Trip DES MOINES Clyde L Herring said Tuesday after a telephone conversation with Marvin Mclntyre President Roosevelts sec retary that the president has not definitely decided whether he will cross Iowa Oct 10 on his western trip Mclntyre said the route for the presidents trip to Denver has not been Herring said The president might go by way of St Paul missing Iowa entirely he might cross southern Iowa or his train might touch Burlington and then go directly to St The governor said he assured Mc lntyre he will meet the presidential train if it enters Iowa on the trip Herring also said he had a num ber of calls from Fairfield Ottum wa Mount Pleasant and other southern Iowa cities asking that the president make brief stops at those points PRESSURE EXERTED TO EXTEND ROOSEVELT TRD7 WASHINGTON house officials said Tuesday that specula tion over the presidents western campaign itinerary had caused tre mendous pressure to be exerted on them for extension of the trip to in clude the west coast and other states The tour detailed plans for which were expected to be announc ed later will start from here Friday afternoon Officials said it probably would take 10 days Speculation and unofficial an nouncements have had the swing reaching as far west as Denver with a speech and rear platform appear ances enroute and addresses at Omaha Chicago and Detroit on the return trip Even while working on the itin erary Mr Roosevelt arranged a busy day of conferences with gov ernment officials and others Secretary Hull was an early call ed The statfr department head plan ned to leave later in the day for a speech at Minneapolis Other callers were Daniel W Bell acting director of the budget Ber nard W Kearftey newly elected commander of the Veterans of For eign Wars Chester Davis farm member of the federal reserve board governors Frank T Hines admin istrator of veterans affairs Morris L Cooke rural electrification ad ministrator and Robert Fechner di rector of the civilian conservation corp Weather Is Faced on Part of Nonstop Hop NEW YORK hazard ous weather in a 300 mile stretch of the Newfoundland coast Kurt Bjorkyall 31 year old Swedish flyer pointed the nose of his red and green monoplane Pacemaker eastwarc Tuesday in a projected nonstop flight to Stockholm Bjorkvall lifted his plane from the runways of Floyd Bennett field at a central standard time climbed steadily as the ship gath ered speed and 40 minutes later was off the Long Island coast cruis ing at about 100 miles an hour Baroness Left Behind On the ground he left a dejected Baroness Eva von BlixenFineckem who had expected until the last mid ute to accompany him Bjorkvall who purchased the Bel lanca monoplane outright a few days ago rejected pleas of the bar oness to make the flight in a dra matic conference in a tiny office near where his plane waited A Swedish newspaper Stock holmTidningen was the origina backer of the flight for the pair Due to criticism of the risk to be encountered by the baroness on the trip this late in the season Bjork valls friends said the paper with drew its support Sorry About It I bought the plane and thats all there is to Bjorkvall said I wanted to make the flight solo and Im sorry I cannot take the baron ness The flight is my The monoplane a lowslung craft powered with a 450 horsepower en gine carried 795 gallons of gas and 35 gallons of oil The wings of the plane were stuffed with table tennis balls to af ford buoyancy in event he should be forced down A life preserver will be his only safety equipment if he is forced down at sea but he figured the plane would float six or seven days Favorable West Winds Weather bureau officials said his flight up the Maine coast to St Johns Newfoundland would be through excellent weather condi tions with mild crosswinds Off Cape Race however will be cold westerly winds with the tem perature at the point in the zone where he probably will fly Rains also may be encountered add ing to the hazards over a stretch of about 300 miles Favorable west winds were fore cast for much of his long oversea hop toa point some 400 miles west of Ireland where he is likely to en counter stiff headwinds that prob ably will slow up his speed Similar conditions officials said would face him as he flies over England and on to Stockholm CLAIMS HOPKINS KEEPS RECORDS OF WPA SECRET Says Democrats Afraid of Waste Publicity Would Show TOPEKA Alf M Landon said Tuesday the new deal was employing a censorship of the source of news which he said was just as bad as the cen sorship of news itself Hairy L Hopkins has shut off the source of the presiden tial nominee added to a press con ference in reply to questions con cerning the WPA administrators statement that relief records were open to anybody who has a legiti mate reason to see Landon said he thought WPA cost records and payrolls is a pub lic business and the information should be made available to any I view newspaper publicity as a legitimate the republi can candidate said All public records of any kind or description should be opento the newspapers Says Source Censored It doesnt make any difference whether or not it should be during a campaign Censorship of the source of news is just as bad as censorship of the Thats what we have now the governor continued in reply to fur ther questions censorship of the source of To what do you account he was asked As Ive said already theyre afraid of the waste and extrava gance that publicity would reveal he replied Landon said Hopkins also covered another red President Roosevelt in a cam paign address at Syracuse N said communism as a campaign 18 isue was a red and Hop kins in his statement Monday said that a demand by John G Stutz Kansas relief director for figures on WPA administrative costs is another one of those red herrings Find Red The administration seems to be finding a lot of red Lan don said Its gone fishing Its too bad we cant eat In recent rearplatform addresses during campaign swings Landon demanded publicity of WPA pay rolls He said Tuesday he had not heard from Washington In reply to Hopkins assertion that the state of Kansas has never been willing to pay anything toward the aid of the Landon said It is the old charge Hopkins in sists on ignoring that by his own Fast not sure how re cent they ranked sixteenth among the The republican candidate was asked if he had any comment on statement of John D M Hamilton national party chairman calling on President Roosevelt to give gov ernment investigators a free hand to rout out the alien agents of com munism in this Friendly to Seaway I thought Id get that ques was the governors only re ply The nominee conferred Tuesday with a delegation from the na tional seaway council I told them I hadnt changed my attitude on the St Lawrence sea Landon later told reporters Id always been friendly to had been committed to it Were you committed to any special plan he was asked Just committed to the general idea Did you tell them you would revive the St Lawrence treaty No I Submitted to Senate A treaty with Canada for the St Lawrence seaway was submitted to the senate by President Roose velt but ratification was The seaway delegation included Fred J Freestone Interlaken chairman of the councils executive committee and the national granges executive committee R F Malia Milwaukee 0 C Beukeman Musr kegon Fred J Reiser Du luthA O Mareau R G Sucher and Joseph WinterbotiMn Burlington Vt Headed by John M Grimes pub liihcr of the OsceoU   

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