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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                Final Final Iowa South Minnesota Nebraska Ohio Pittsburgh Indiana Michigan NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME Iowa THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLIII FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WISE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER THIS PAPER CONSISTS OP TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 1 Realignment Is Indicated Progressives Place Their Main Hopes on 1940 By CHARLES P STEWAKT TASHINGTON Consid ered nationally rather than as a mere statewide effort the Wis consin progres sives campaign strategy s i g n i fies much more as to 1940 than as to the current year Just now it simply is bad ger state move ment but unmis takably its ob jective is the cre ation of a new party of major proportions before the time comes for another presidential fight Ob viously the idea if the plan works is to unite agrarian urban labor and miscellaneous new deal voters under one banner Maybe still assuming the schemes success the new groups 1940 white house candidate will be one of the LaFollettes maybe John L Lewis maybe a third nomina tion wiD be offered to President Roosevelt maybe some as yet com paratively unadvertised leader will come to the front New Style Democratic Anyway the new deal manifest ly is no longer democratic in the did sense Oldtime democrats like Al Smith exSenator James A Reed and ex Gov J B Ely of Massachusetts have left the democratic party to become at least temporary republi cans In all likelihood they will stay so There is no prospect that they ever will be able to regain control of their former organization and aside from the republican ranks they have no place to go Similarlysuch individuals as Sen ator George JW Norris John L Lewis Secretaries of the Interior and Agriculture Ickes and Wallace and the LaFollettes have ceased to be even nominal republicans and now are not indeed democrats oi any sort ever known before but rew dealers Already New Party In short the new deal and itsal already constitute a new party The Wisconsin program aims at giving it an entity In other words the LaFollettes Lewis and others hope to consoli date new deal democracy agri culture city labor and perhaps moderate socialism in 1930 against may be left of the conservative clasc But it is a question Has the time yet come for a partv will it have come by 1940 It may seem so but it has seem ed so often before and failed to eventuate Minor Insurrections Disregarding a few minor insur rections like the knownothings the populists and the greenback ers in earlier years there never an important cleavage from the two party old liners until Palmer and Buckner bolted William J Bry an in 1896 That was abortive There was a more formidable bolt when exPresident Theodore Roose velt ran as a bull mooser in 1912 He decided the election by splitting the vote so as to give an electoral majority to Woodrow Wilson but the big parties stayed The late Senator Robert M La Foliette tried again in 1924 That didnt either senator carried his own state noth ing more Names Held Voters The interval between today anl 1940 looks like a better time for the parties to realign than ever in the past Still we have thought that over and over again before Its almost incredible what a hold the two old parties have had rpon the loyalty of their respec tive memberships by virtue or thsir names not what they stood for The chief obstacle in the way of the formation of a liberal party is to be found in the difficulty of ef fecting an agreement between ag riculture and urban labor to unite for his crops but wants to do his The farmer wants high prices buying in a cheap market Urban labor wants high wages but low living costs Ideally they should be partners in a farmerlabor party They are bitter rivals in fact Former Iowa Sister Succumbs in China CARROLL Friends here have been advised of the death of Sister Mary Dominica Urbany for mer superior at St Angela acad emy here in Wuchang China where she was superior in a mis sion school As far as known here death was from natural causes F R SAYS NATION CLOSER UNION PRESIDENT ASKS REELECTION OF SENATOR NORRIS Tours Southwest Iowa Nebraska on Way to Omaha LINCOLN ing thousands of Nebraskans packed in front of the state capitol hero President Roosevelt declared Satur day one of the great lessons of the last four years has been realiza tion to think in national We havecome to he as serted that anything that harms one state harms other states The people in the industrial centers are beginning to realize they cant be prosperous unless you people Hre prosperous out here That has been one of the card inal principles that has directed our program in Washington that is to help everybody instead of just a few No Tax on Homes Reiterating speeches earlier in the day he told of receiving a tele gram saying someone was making a house to house canvass saying if he were reelected he would liqui date the national debt by placing a tax on homes Most people un derstand that taxes on real estates are levied for the benefit of local government he said There never has been and never will be a federal tax on farms and homes as long as I have anything to do about he asserted The arrived here after a morning tour through Iowa and Nebraska making rear platform appearances and after a speech in St Paul Friday night in which he asserted figures on growing con sumption and better farm prices proved the new deal reciprocal tar iff program was benefiting Ameri can industry and agriculture At Plattsmouth Mr Roose velt indorsed Senator George W Norris who is a candidate for re election telling a rear latform crowd I brought about the best part of Nebraska into Nebraska with Talks of Budget President Roosevelt told a large depot crowd at Creston Iowa that much was being said about the federal budget by people who had never read one He added he had had occasion to study the budget which was as large as a Sears Roebuck Tracing a course through south west Iowa enroute to Nebraska for a speech at Omaha at 8 p m Sat urday the president was greeted by early morning groups and bands all along the route The crowds ap peared at Osceola and Afton before he finished breakfast and no plat form appearances were made at j these points At Creston the president went out and surveyed what he termed a grand crowd and then turned to the budget purchasing power and deficits 8 Billion Deficit He said the new deal had in curred a deficit of less than eight billion dollars but at the same time through efforts to increase j purchasing power had boosted na tional income by more than 22 bil lions since 1932 Gov Clyde L Herring of Iowa introduced the chief executive who j immediately paid tribute to Secre tary Wallace a guest on the train who was born near Creston Down in the presr ident said Weve never had a sec retary of agriculture who under stood the farm problem as well as Wallace and tied it in with the national economy as well as he Things Picking He said things were picking up for the railroads that a larger col umn of goods was moving over them and more jobs had been cre ated That means national economy in the best the president as serted adding it also means more purchasing And looking at he contin ued it looks as if in spite of the drought you have more purchasing power than in The president led up to his budget remarks by asking the crowd a question If you could borrow and found you could increase your in come every year would you do it he asked When the cheers subsided he added Annual Income Increased That in effect is what has hap pened to the country We have in Business Gains Cited by Davies creased the debt less than eight bil lion dollars and have increased the annual income more than 22 billion Secretary Wallace had arranged a four state farm meeting at the train soon after its arrival in Omaha Farm organization leaders from Illinois Iowa South Dakota and Nebraska were invited to at tend They included Francis Johnson president of the Iowa Farm Bureau federation and the following from Iowa R E Johnson Agency Donald R Murpey Des Moines J S Rus sell Des Moines Fred K Hawley Laurens R M Evans Des Moines Homer Hush Essex state chairman of the Iowa Farmers committee for Roosevelt Ralph Smith Moines and H E Hazen Des Moines Crowd at Red Oak At Red Oak where another welcoming president lems were crowd gathered the said the national prob oing to be solved be cause the people of the United States know more about govern ment than they did four years Speaking of surpluses and droughs he said we are trying to get a bal anced Senator Norris boarded the train at Red Oak and stood on the plat form as the president described him a He added a Model T agricul ture might have been all right 1U years ago but we are going to try new At Pacific Junction last stop in Iowa before crossing into the corn busker state the campaigning executive was introduced by Con gressman Otha D Wearin D of Iowa The president said the govern ment was doingall it can by co operating with state governments to improve conditions resulting from the drought On Trade Treaties Addressing a huge outdoor crowd from the steps of the Min nesota capitol Friday night the president declared trade meant commerce flowing in two direc tions Col Joe Nelson of the Min nesota national guard estimated personsheard the president Without referring to the recent speech at Minneapolis of his repub lican opponent Gov Alf M Lan don criticizing the reciprocal trade agreements he went on to say that mutual advantage has been the successful objective of the inter national pacts After his speech the president re turned to his train through streets crowded with spectators and con ferred with state farmerlabor and democratic leaders over the recent move to unite the two groups behind him in the November election by withdrawal of the democratic candi dates for senator and governor FarmerLabor Leaders Among those present according to presidential aides were farmer labor Governor Hjalmar Petersen farmerlabor Senators Benson and Shipstead the former a candidate for governor Democratic National Committeeman John A Erickson John H Meighan and Joseph Moon an present and former democratic state chairmen and Chief Justice J P Devaney The president said the withdraw al of Fred J Curtis for governor and Patrick Delaney for senator was the grandest thing in he commented Delaney after the meet ing FRENCFREDS FINALLYYIELD Cut Planned Meetings to 10 but AlsaceLorraine Still Tense STRASBOURG France Frances communist party yielding to stiff government dictates cut scheduled weekend mass meet ings in AlsaceLorraine to ten Sat urday but the concession failed to end a state of feverish tension in the closely guarded lost pro With unconfirmed reports stat ing German frontier guards in some sections had been doubled with scores of squadrons of French mobile guards pouring into the sec tor with rumors of marching peasants and a united rightist plan to break up even the ten author ized communist meetings general apprehension ran higher hourly The first test was to come Sat urday night when communist meetings authorized by the gov ernment were scheduled to be held at Metz Waldbambach and Bisch willer SOUTH DAKOTA IOWA TIED 11 IN 1ST QUARTER Ryan Scores for Coyotes and Lamb Counts for Hawkeye Team IOWA University of Iowa and the University of South Dakota were tied 77 at the end of the first quarter of their football game here Saturday afternoon FIRST PERIOD Lindenmeyer kicked off for Iowa and Port carried the ball back to the South Dakota 26 Ryan broke loose around left end for 14 yards where Simmons chased him out of bounds A lateral Berry to Ryan advanced the ball to the Iowa 15 where Held made the tackle An offside penalty against Iowa put the ball on the 10 and Ryan failed to gain A lateral pass Berry to Ingalls followed by a forward to Ryan scored a touchdown for South Dakota Ryan made the ex tra point Sooth Dakota 7 Iowa 0 The touchdown was scored on five plays and a penalty Hild received the kickoff on his own 25 and twisted back to South Dakotas 45 Lamb skirted right end and was stopped just short of a first down Two he made a first down on 17 The Newton junior smashed tackle again and was brought down on the Coyotte 8 Simmons hit cen ter for four yards and a first down Lamb dashed around his own right end for a Nelsons try for point was good South Dakota 7 Iowa 7 Football Scores LOOK INSIDE FOR KURT SCHTJSCHNIGG Seeks to Consolidate Austrian Army Power ON PAGE 2 North Iowa to Hear Many Political Talks ON PAGE 8 Local Teams Win m Three WeekEnd Tests ON PAGE 9 Farmers to Decide on Next Years Program ON PAGE 16 Madrid Cut Off From East Coast by Rail ON PAGE 2 MORETHANHALF AGAIN AHEAD OF EARLY 1933 LOW Total 1936 Income of State 348 Millions Above 1932 IOWA CITY Prof George R Davies University of Iowa busi ness analyst reported Iowa busi ness in spite oj the drought s more than half again better today than It was during the low ebb ot early 1933 Professor Davies backed his con clusion on comprehensive reports from the business nerve centers ol the state such as building contrac tors banks wholesale merchants i retail merchandisers manufactur ing concerns insurance companies jing concerns insurance companies al sources i Average improvement for all Iowa business he noted is 51 per cent higher than it was in early 1933 Income Has Gained i j The business analyst also esti mated total 1936 Iowa income at an increase of I over the low year of 1932 I but less than for 192S the year before the degression be Have You Read Your Newspaper THIRD PERIOD North Dakota State 7 Northwest ern 34 Butler 6 Chicago 0 SECOND PERIOD Holy CrossO Dartmouth 0 Army 15 Columbia 6 Virginia 7 Navy 14 Michigan State 0 Carnegie Tech 0 Penn 0 Yale 0 Rutgers 0 Princeton 10 Washington U 0 Notre Dame Grlnnell 0 Creifrhton 0 Southern Cal 11 Illinois 0 FIRST PERIOD Wisconsin 0 Purdue 9 Missouri 0 Kansas State 0 Grinnell 0 Creighton 0 Rutgers 0 Princeton 3 Washington and Lee 7 West Vir ginia 0 Southern California 4 Illinois 0 Maryland 0 North Carolina 0 Gettysburg 0 Lafayette 0 Southern Methodist 0 Fordbam 0 Brown 0 Howard 7 Norwich 0 Amherst 14 Penn Military 0 New Yorfc V 0 St Louis 0 Marquette 6 FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Saturday night and Sunday cooler in cen tral and east portions frost prob able Saturday night mostly light not so cool Sunday afternoon MINNESOTA Partly cloudy in somewhat unsettled in north portion Saturday night and Sunday cooler in extreme south east Saturday night with light frost rising temperature in north west Saturday night and in east and south Sunday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 66 Minimum in Night At 8 A M Saturday 50 WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO outlook for the period of Oct 12 to Oct 17 For the Upper Mississippi and Lower Missouri Valleys and the northern and central great plains generally fair beginning of next week probably followed by shower period middle or before close tem peratures normal or higher for most oart MFADDEN NOT HURT IN CRASH Publishers Airplane Plows Through Two Fences as Daughters Watch SAN ANTONIO Ber narr Macfadden 68 year old maga zine publisher escaped injury when his airplane plowed through two fences at Stinson field here Satur day as he was preparing to take off for Houston He spoke here Friday night in be half of the presidential candidacy of Gov Alf M Landon Miss Madelyn Claire manager of his speaking tour who also was in the plane suffered a bruised head His two daughters Beulah and Hel en witnessed the accident from the ground Macfadden had started to make a short test flight From the adminis Pointing out Iowas business rec ord parallels that of the entire na tion Professor Davies stated the present improved business condi tions bring us back not far from but added that does not mean the depression is The economist and his staff drew comparisons from figures reported to the research bureau for the first eight months of this year as com pared with business during tha same period for the last several years Near 1928 Level Iowa he said can be regarded as approaching tee 1928 level because we must remember that prices are now lower and a dollar will buy more now than in 1928 The greatest improvement is noted in Iowa building he explained They have gained 239 per cent over their low point of the depression years This cannot be taken as a true indicator of progress however be cause building was practically at a standstill for some time and the rise back to near normalcy had to be a big Additional estimated increases listed by Professor Davies included Sales on Increase Total income 36 per cent manu facturing income 38 per cent bank debits 67 per cent department store sales 30 per cent employment 47 per cent life insurance sales 21 per cent and prices of farm products 114 per cent Assuming 1928 farm prices as 100 per cent Professor Davies showed their present status to be per tration building it appeared the red cent slightly lower than a year ago cabin plane had lifted only a few inches from the ground when it crashed into a heavy steel wire fence near the corner of the field The ship broke through that fence and another wire fence across the road wrecking the lower wings propeller and landing gear bounced along the ground 50 to 100 yards and turned around before coming to a stop Only the cabin remained in tact and out of it Macfadden climb ed uninjured Twenty minutes later Macfadden chartered another airplane and he and his daughterstook off for Hous ton with another man at the con trols Pleads Innocent to of Robbery BOONE Small Bouton serving a five year sentence for kid 48 naping a Sioux City couplerecently and forcing them to drive him to Nebraska pleaded innocent to a charge of robbing Mr and Mrs L E Williams Boone county farmers Trial was set for Monday lowan Dies of Injuries LEMARS Moser 65 died of injuries suffered when struck by a car driven by A R Simino Linn Grove Moser suffered broken legs and a basal skull frac ture The driver was not held Prices of farm he said dropped from our standard of comparison 100 in 1928 to in 1932 in 1933 in 1934 and jumped to in 1935 Considering the 1928 income as 100 we find 1932 as tfie low point with 58 From then on the curve is steadily upward The year 1933 showed 1934 1935 and the estimate for the 12 months of 1936 is per Only Two Phases Employment and electric output were the only two phases of busi ness activity to show an estimated gain this year over 1928 Davies said With 1928 as 100 this years es timate of employment in the major industries is or per cent above 1928 Electric power is esti mated at 107 or 7 per cent more than 1928 the economist said Electric power however dropped below 100 only once since he explained That was in 1934 when the figure was The 1936 esti mate is considerably lower than in 193 when was reported Carloading Gain Slight Iowa carloading possibly because of trucker increases he said has in creased only slightly over the low ebb which was in 1935 The shipment of considerable quantities of drought cattle probab ly bolstered that figure in he said For 1936 the carloading esti 1 At what two Iowa towns did President Roosevelt make brief talks Friday on his way to St Paul 2 What nation threatened to abandon the pact for noninter vention in Spain it as serted fascist nations were fur nishing war materials to the in surgents 3 What nation became the lat est to devalue its currency 4 Fascists clashed with police in what two European cities 5 What team won the 1936 world series 6 What relation to Mussolini is Count Galeazzo Ciano reported being groomed as the Italian dic tators successor 7 William McNair mayor of what city resigned 8 Premier Julius Goemboes of what nation died 9 What sentence was imposed on Dayton Dean confessed trig german in the Black Legion slaying of Charles A Poole in Michigan 10 Kurt Bjorkvall flyer rescu ed off the Irish coast after his plane came down during a flight from New York was bound for what European city ANSWERS ON PAGE 3 GEISMOLOOT AT IOWA FALLS Four Yeggs Bind Watchman and Blow Open Safe of Produce Plant IOWA FALLS yeggs raided the Swift and company pro duce plant here early Saturday bound the night watchman an three other men blew the safe and escaped with loot estimated at in currency Leaving one man on guard in their automobile three of the rob bers entered the plant where they found Clarence Raymond and De Loss R Wear the watchman Forcing the two men into a room the robbers tied them up and lock ed them in but finding the main office door locked they untied Wear and forced him to open the door While the bandits were placing their charge to blow the safe two truckers drove up to the plant The lookout met them with a sawedoff shotgun and ordered them into the plant where they also were bound Wear tied up again before the bandits fled escaped from his bonds first and called police 2 STATE AGENTS ARE SENT TO IOWA FALLS DES MOINES Schmidt Iowa investigation bureau chief dis patched Agents J S Gladstone and Joe Burke to Iowa Falls Saturday to join in the search for four ban dits who blew a Swift and company produce plant safe and escaped with Politics on The Air TIME CENTRAL STANDARD Saturday WABC WOKO WNBF WGR WFBL WIBX Judge William F Bleakley Jeffersonian Democrats WJZ NBC Bainbridge Colby WABC CBS WORMBS S President Roose velt from Omaha Special group of 40 stations in east and middlewest including WINS and WXYZ at 5 p m Dr F Townsend from Chicago WEAFNBC p Landon radio clubs mate is with 100 in 1928 used as the standard of Still referring to 1928 levels as 100 Professor Davies listed the present estimated status of other phases of Iowa business Total building residential building public building business buiding f bank debits in surance sales 64 new car sales department store sales and manufacturing income LANDON ASSERTS PROSPERITY NOT YET REAL IN Says Relief Still Issue Each State Should Rule on Liquor COLUMBUS Ohio spe cial train of Gov Alf M Landon bringing the republican presiden tial candidate here to see the Ohio StatePittsburgh football game ar rived in Columbus at p Saturday Speaking briefly from the plat form of his special train before go ing to attend the game the Kan sas governor said I dare anyone to say we have real prosperity in tluVcountry with eleven million men still unemployed Relief is one of the main issues of this campaign no one will criticize the spending of a dollar for relief if the relief is needed But we want relief administration with out above all without Introduced by Atty Gen Bricker republican nominee for gov ernor of Ohio and iis host at the gridiron show Landon said the present campaign wasthe most im portant one since the Civil war because we have seen the menace of one man government in Euro jpean Expressing pleasure on his re turn to Ohio the Kansan said of course you know I was a Buckeye long before I became a Bonrin repub lican choice for president was reared near Marietta Ohio SAYS NEW DEAL TKIES TO POISON MINDS OF PUBLIC CINCINNATI CT Opening s three day personal campaign for Ohios 26 presidential ballots Gov Alf Mi Landon reiterated Saturday a view that each state should de termine its own policy on Terming prohibition the great granddaddy of all the red the republican nominee said the liquor question is not regarded by anyone as an issue despite what he said was an administration ef fort to give the impression that I have dodged The Kansans remarks on pro hibition his first since accepting the nomination were made from the rear platform of his train just after he had told a breakfast rally of party workers that the new deal was endeavoring to coerce thous ands of workers by threatening those on relief with destitution un less they vote Poison Public Mind It is trying to poison the minds of the public by a campaign of vicious he said adding Can this new deal machine which under the cloak of idealism is operated strictly on the old spoils system plan be beaten I say it can Saturday Monday and Tuesday with a Sunday interval in Colum bus Landon was scheduled to make numerous rear platform talks in the Buckeye state with the high point a major speech at Cleveland Mon day night Asking his rear platform audi ence if this were not the most j cockeyed campaign you ever the governor predipted this will go down in history as the red herring Refers to Prohibition In referring to prohibition be said the new deal had called atten tion to red herrings in a not too successful effort to draw attention away from the herrings of their own Upon his arrival Landon was greeted by Charles P Taft an ad viser who presented his family to the governor At a hotel breakfast Landon ad dressed a crowd of party workers that overflowed a seating ca pacity Here Landon expanded a prepared address which he read to Con gratulate Cincinnati on having the outstanding municipal government in tlte United States and on avoid ing machine politics But on concluding with a clinch ed fist raised ne said I have more respect for the ma chine politician than for the lily handed citizen who boasta that he takes no interest in Applauded Loudly This remark was applauded loud ly The republican candidate entered Ohio for the second time since hi nomination after ooeninsr bis M   

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