Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Mason City Globe Gazette Newspaper Archive: October 13, 1936 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLHI CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SKKVICB MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 13 1936 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OP TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 4 COUGHLIN AND REPORTER STAGE ROW NEWSMAN TELLS OFATTACKMADE BY RADIO PRIEST Says He Snatched My Glasses Pushing Me Against By RICHARD L TURNER BOTON Rev Charles E Coughlin said Tuesday he was waiting over in Boston to get a re porter who he claimed interferred with a meeting between himself and Rhode Island officials of his organi zation The reporter John J Barry of Bos ton denying that he had attempted to interfere with the meeting said he would be glad to meet the priest Highly excited when he returned fcere from Providence where the inci dent occurred Father CoughUn paced the floor of his hotel suite and called Barry an Talking to People I was just down there talking to my own the priest said I told the reporters that that was what it was Just the same I have a news story But Im not going to give it to He pulled a paper from his hip pocket waved it and Ehoved it back No I wont give it to them he said if I sec that fellow Ill tear him to Barry reached in Providence said he was standing in a hotel corridor with other newspaper men waiting for the priest to leave the meeting Snatched His Glasses When the meeting broke up Barry said Coughlin appeared with an es cort of Boston detectives The priest left his party the newspaperman said snatched my glasses from my face stepped against me pushing me against the wall It was very Barry attributed Father Cough lins actions to an interview which occurred earlier in Boston when I Barry said he questioned him close1 1 V Told of Father Coughlins threat I to get him Barry laughed and said he would be glad to meet him The radio priest would not ampli fy the incident Im going to save that for my radio speech next Saturday night and Ill tell it he said I Quotes From Message The episode followed an address I by Father Coughlin delivered at the National league baseball park in which he said President Roosevelts own utterances were proof that he and his administration had com munistic He quoted from the chief execu tives message to congress of last January in which Mr Roosevelt said tae prisst asserted that the new deal had built up governmental pow ers which if beneficiently adminis tered would be for the welfare of the people but if administered by a po1 litical autocracy would provide shackles for the i Papal Secretary in City Father Coughlins stay here co incided with a projected visit Tues day by Cardinal Pacelli the papal secretary of state to William Car dinal OConaeli Reports from Rome have said that Cardinal Pacelli among other things was in Amer ica to look into the political activi ties of Father Coughlin In response to these reports Coughlin has said that if the vati can were bent upon curbing his ac tivities it would certainly have done so by this time In any event he said in reply to a question in Pitts burgh last week as to whether he would lay aside his vestments if ordered to his parish I will lay aside my vestments when I enter my Ousts State Leaders Barry a veteran member f the Boston Globe staff has covered po litical figures and rallies for his paper for several years Although the meeting of Father Coughlin with Rhode Island union party leaders was private the ru mor persisted that the radio priest had ousted the leaders in that state Chester L Carpenter director and Deputy Director Thomas Connolly Rene Viau one of those attend ing the meeting said on leaving the I am in charge of the No announcement was made how ever that a new director had been appointed Boy Shot by Father VILLISCA Falk 5 is in i serious condition in an Omaha hospital following an accidental shooting by his father during target practice The rifle bullet punctured his stomach F R ChargesTRepubiicans Gospel of Fear Huge Mixer Pouring Concrete on North Federal Paving Two of the second slab of pavement from Fifth to Third street on North Federal avenue NVas laid bv the Fred Carlson company Monday The above picture shows the huge mixer pouring the concrete TuesdaywoTkrneT concentrated on completing the intersections at Fifth Fourth and Third streets In or fcr to established as soon as possible Thenorth line of the intersection o Second street and South Federal avenue has been temporarily adopted as the limit for operations this fall Lock Photo Kavenay NORMAL TRADE RELATIONS GOAL U Britain and France Establish New Kind of Gold WASHINGTON IF Declaring that its aim was more normal trade relations the United States govern ment Tuesday put into effect what Secretary of the Treasury Morgen thau termed a new kind of gold Great Britain and France took si milar action as the result of a three power agreement Officials here said the pact was designed to curb currency speculation put a check rein on exchange fluctuations and establish a free movement of gold among the three governments Other nations were invited to join the new gold and some gov ernment economists predicted it might spread within a few weeks to a large part of the world Would Exchange Gold The understanding provided that the stabilization funds of the three governments would exchange gold with each other buying or selling as the occasion arises Gold can no longer be exported from the United States by individuals nor can it be purchased by nations not a party to the agreement About the time the accord was being announced trade and money relations also were the subject of pronouncements in other nations Tokio disclosed that Japan stands ready to attend any international economic conference which aims to stabilize currencies and wipe out trade barriers A Hitler lieutenant warned that Germany might be forced into an international trade war if her lost colonies were not re No Fixed Katios While the FrancoBritishAmeri can accord did not establish fixed ratios between the three currencies Morgenthau said he regarded it as a long second step toward ulti mate stabilization The first step was taken Sept 25 when the same three nations made a gentlemens agreement to co operate in steadying the exchanges while France devalued her currency Morgenthau characterized the first understanding as a complete He noted that seven other nations had followed France in de valuation in some cases simultan eously easing their tarifffs and other trade restrictions Internal Value Same The secretary said Tuesdays agreement would have virtually no direct effect on the man in the because it will not influence the internal value of the dollar Immediate results he said would be felt by only two groups 1 Professional currency specula tors who will no longer be able to influence the market by shifting gold from one country to another 2 Businessmen buying and selling abroad who will be relieved of the risk of violent exchange fluctua tions Previously gold could be export ed by any individual or firm which Politics on The Air Time Is Central Standard Tuesday Night 6 east and 10 west William Hard comment pe riod WABCCBS 8 Gov A M Landon from Detroit WHO state central committee Jesse Jones WMCAIntercity Gov ernor Lehman WABCCBS T V Smith commentator Senator Norris of Nebraska over KSO and KMA speaking from Shenandoah 8 p m WMT 9 Guy Gillette WHO Hubert Utterback WHAM WSYR WEBR Harry W Laidler A B CC B S Roosevelt NBC Joseph B Ely Wednesday p Landon radio clubs Henry Alan Johnston WMTKRNT a C A Benson p m President Roosevelt ALTERSSLAYING PLEA TO GUILTY Hearing at Rockwell City to Determine Degree of Guilt ROCKWELL CITY hear ing to determine the degree of guilt of Marvin Irish Hogan OShaugh who changed his plea from innocent to guilty in the slaying of John D Parker retired farmer con tinued in district court here Tues day OShaughnessy charged with the torturerobbery murder had admit ted participating in the rob bery but previously fixed the blame for the killing upon Robert Buck Avery a former convict pal at Ana mosa reformatory who is now a fugitive The Calhoun attorney an nounced following OShaughnessys capture that he would ask the death penalty GERMAN PROTEST MADE TO RANGE Embassy Reports Communist Insult to Hitler Was Cause PARIS German embas sy announced Tuesday an official protest had been delivered to France against a communist insult to Reichsfuehrer Adolf Hitler The German charge daffaires made an oral protest the embassy declared to a French foreign office official concerning alleged state ments during a speech at Strasbourg by Maurice Thorcz secretarygener al of the French communist party The French official was declared to have promised to transmit the nazi objection to Premier Leon Blum and Foreign Minister Yvon Delbos The German embassylasserted it expected an early response from the French government The Germans cited an agreement whereby France and Germany un dertook to avoid political demon strations along the frontier and in dicated they believed the BJum gov ernment should have banned all communist meetings German officials took exception to two incidents at the Stras bourg meeting The first was Thorez alleged statement French communists pre fer an honorable Negro to a dishon orable Hitler ana an asserted mis quotation of the reiobsfuehrers win ter relief speech delivered in Ger many Oct 6 The second German officials de clared was the use of a cartoon at the partisan session which showed the following picture A rednosed Hitler sitting on a building with crumbling columns labelled culture religion and art with a skeleton in uniform on one side of the chancellor who held an olive branch in one hand and the ether raised in a fascist salute A bloodred dagger was between Hit lers teeth x obtained a license from the govern ment Under the new arrangement gold will be sold only by one federal reserve bank of New York acting as the governments fiscal agent May Join Agreement Its only customers will be the stabilization funds of Great Britain and of any other na tion which subsequently may join the agreement Price of gold now is a fine ounce plus a H per cent handling charge This price may be changed if necessary to protect the internal value of the dollar but Morgenthau indicated that such a shift was con sidered highy Improbable Gold prices may be changed or the agreement terminated by any of the three nations on 24 hours notice FORECAST IOWA Cloudy and unsettled Tuesday night and Wednesday cooler in southeast and north cen tral portions Tuesday night and In extreme southeast Wednesday MINNESOTA Cloudy to partly cloudy Tuesday night and Wed nesday slightly warmer Wednes day IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday 58 Minimum in Night 36 At 8 A M Tuesday 37 North Iowa has come down to mid October without experiencing a really killing freeze Only once has the temperature in Mason City des cended below the freezing mark and that by a single degree USE SALES TAX TO PAY PENSION SAYS KRASCHEL State Candidates Speak at Local Democratic Party Rally Paying of all eligible old age pen sion applicants in full from the pro ceeds of the sales tax and to repeal the two dollar head tax was advo cated by Lieut Gov Nelson G Kra schel democratic candidate for governor in an address Monday night at a democratic rally at the Denison clubhouse Mr Kraschel who this week launches an intensive campaign in North Iowa said the remainder of the three point tax revenues this year would amount to about thir teen million dollars which he pro poses to have allocated each year to homestead tax reliet on an as sessed valuation basis as far as it will go I think the time has Mr Kraschel continued in referring to his opponent George Wilson for the gentleman from pes Moines to come down to earth and be specific about a few things Says Wilson Foreclosed Many Senator Wilson has said that he favors exemption of homesteads from taxation But he has not told how he expects to make up the defi cit from revenue that would result He says be favors the extension of old age pensions to all eligible per does he propose to for money Senator Wilson expresses great sympathy for the poor tenant farm er As a corporation lawyer handling foreclosure suits he was paid last year from one insurance com pany and converted more farm own era into tenants than any man I the speaker asserted show ing a photostatic cdpy of the record of this But specifically what does he propose to do about the tenancy problem He hasnt Says Roosevelt Sympathetic The 150 attending the meeting heard Mr Kraschel and the other speakers on the program assert that President Roosevelt has given the first consideration to the farmers that they have ever had and that farmers and laborers should support him for reelection as providing the first government genuinely sympa thetic to their interests Mr Kraschel traced two philoso phies of government The first he explained had encouraged small town bankers in the early 20s to buy foreign bonds Under that ad ministration there was plenty of enough so that farmers burned it many factories idle plenty of laborers out of work plenty of hogs selling at 2 cents a pound and plenty of closing banks Tells New Philosophy That was the philosophy of Lhe republican Mr Kraschel asserted Then tHere came an administration with a different philosophy with a gallant leader not advocating two cars in every garage and prosperity is just around the corner1 but actually doing Mr Kraschel explained how the banking system was rebuilt how farms were refinanced farm prices raised lower interest rates estab lished and countless benefits en acted Now in spite of that the republican candidates are coming forward with a negative program But the country should continue its support of the helpful democratic administration Landons Plan Chattels In mentioning Landons ware house of grain proposal Mr Kras chel said there was nothing new in the policy of having corn sealed and then using certificates from the sealed corn to get what loans the farmer We alwayis called such a plan a chattel he con tinued and we know that under such a practice corn will be back to 10 cents Mr Kraschel said that imports of farm products are leas now than in 1929 Referring to the republi can attacks on the claim that farm imports now are greater than in 1932 he stated we couldnt even get the fanners to sell their corn at 10 cents a bushel and wa know that foreign countries couldnt ship in on such That the public debt had increas ed under Roosevelt to the extent of seven and a half billion dollars was admitted by Mr Kraschel who also said that Hoover increased it five billion But look what we got from LOOK INSIDE FOR Rebel Line Around Madrid Insurgents Insist on Complete Surrender ON PAGE 2 Luther College Plans 75th Jubilee Program ON PAGE 18 Big Game Schedule Faces Football Teams ON PAGE 11 Boy Scouts to Learn About Fingerprinting ON PAGE MISSING AFTER TYPHOON Official Tabulation of Known Dead 193 for Luzon Island Storm MANILA P official tabulation Tuesday placed the known dead from Luzon islands disastrous typhoon at 193 with 754 missing An estimated natives were homeless in Nueva Ecija province alone The latest known victims were swept to their deaths Tuesday when a Pampagna river dike broke It swept away 50 houses and drowned 10 persons Halden Charges New Deals Farm Policy Favored Big Firms STORM LAKE OWrEerry F Halden republican candidate for United States senate said the new deal agricultural policy favored large farming corporations and in sular sugar growers rather than small Iowa farmers Halden de clared if the millions that were given to corporate and largescale farm operators had been alloted in smaller sums to owners or operators of family sized farms the American farmer might have some reason to be pleased with the administration of the Landon Tells Labor It Has False Friends DETROIT L Gov Alf M Landon carrying his republican presidential campaign to the indus trial state of Michigan arrived here at a m C S T Tues day for an address Tuesday night at S oclock central standard time Columbia LABOR ALREADY BETRAYED IN SOME OTHER NATIONS TOLEDO Ohio Alf M Landon addressing Ohios labor vote in this railroad center said Tuesday that labor today has its false friends who in other nations t have already betrayed the men j and women who Praising Samuel Gompers organ izer of the American Federation of Labor for keeping organized la bor from being destroyed by its so cialistic the republican presidential nominee said his wis i dom kept organized labor from the great temptation to participate in party The republican candidates speech here closed his personal campaign in Ohios 26 electoral votes Would Protect Rights I am absolutely opposed to any infringement on the right of labor to organize and any curtailment of the right of freedom of the governor said as he addressed a crowd in a local theater It is the governments duty to protect labor and the people in these rights I for one am sorry to see the recent split in the ranks of labor and hope it will be speedily healed The great gains made by labor through its organizations are in danger so long as this division ex sists Here again unity is requisite for progress and Organized the Kansan said in the 50 years of its exper ience has made a distinct contribu tion to our American life It has achieved progressive reforms for the welfare of working men and women through evolutionary rather than revolutionary processes Belief From Abuse Workmens compensation bene fits industrial accident insurance child labor laws minimum wage laws the right of collective bargain Hoover and what we got from he stated Valentine Mitchell Speak John Valentine candidate for lieutenant governor pointed out that in January 1933 cash had all been used up in Iowa by the state gov ernment and warrants were the means of carrying on activities Some assets were in closed banks He compared this with the close of the past fiscal year in which tax collections were sufficient for the government to carry onwithout is suing of warrants He pointed out that the republican candidate for governor Senator Wilson was the only senator in Iowa who voted against the farm mortgage mora torium John Mitchell candidate for at torney general emphasized the des perate plight of farmers laborers and businessmen before 1933 and what had been accomplished for them He said that Mr Hoover af ter conferring with Governor Lan don found the Kansan in accord with his ideas Consequently a re publican administration would mean a return to the Hoover policies George Ludeman Cerro Gordo county democratic chairman also introduced county candidates SPEECH ON PAGE 2 Governor Landon speaking at Cleveland Monday night and in rear platform speeches in Ohio eroute to Detroit Tuesday out lined his relief program and de clared that if elected he would end new deal His ad dress is on page 2 ing relief from the abuse of injunc tions reduction of hours of these are among the improvements gained for the working people largely through the efforts of their organizations The candidate told his audience to look You will Landon said that where autocrafts and dicta tors have sprung up from class hat red where organized labor through its shortsighted leadership has par ticipated in the political creation of governments organized labor has been destroyed Trade unionism has been made statutory crime in many nations The working people have become serfs of the state Only last week in an European nation hours of work in industry were increased 50 per cent without wage adjustment by the edict of a single man Guard Independence Organized labor in the United States must zealously and eternally guard its own independence It should beware of the temptations and illusory promises that are be ing offered to it by any government No matter bow flattering and entic ing these offers may appear at the moment they mean ultimate dicta tion by As the governor walked on the flag decorated stage of the theater the capacity crowd stood and cheer ed He drove quickly from his train to the theater and back after the tenminute speech between throngs that lined the streets Boy Unconscious After Fall From Bannister Hoppus 6 son of Mr and Mrs Elizabeth Hoppus fell over the bannister on to the concrete floor at the school house He was unconscious for some time and it was feared that he had a fractured skull He is recovering PRESIDENT GOES INTO KANSAS ON CAMPAIGN TOUR Denies New Deal Sets One Class Against Another By D HAROLD OLIVER WICHITA Presi dent Roosevelt bringing his reelec tion campaign to the heart of Gov A If M Landons home state asserted Tuesday that republican leaders were telling political bedtime stories in spreading the gospel of fear about the new deal setting one class against another Speaking in Lawrence Stadium from an open car the chief execu tive said he was certain the Ameri can people would not be frightened by fairy tales in November and added The people who talk about these class distinctions are the very ones who Ire encouraging class an tagonism For they tell one story in the cast and another story in the west one story in the city and an other story on the farm That ia not my way and never will be my Mr Roosevelt did not mention his republican rival by name He de clared the leaders who were dis seminating this silly false fear are the men whose blindness to facts and refusal to act caused the real fear and the real danger of na tional disaster in After outlining in detail the ob jectives and philosophy of his ad ministration aa having Ijeen based generally speaking on economic security freedom of religion and full opportunity for education he said We are going through a great national crisis with flying colors We have not lost our self respect We have not changed our form of government Turning to peace president said the United States had taken Uie lead among the nations of world in restoring economic peace which is so essential to military Plan No Interference We propose of he added no interference with the affairs other nations We seek only by force of our own example to spread the gospel of peace in the The president already had made three rear platform talks from his train Monday night in western Kansas and three others were scheduled later Tuesday at Florence Emporia and Olathe He also was to make a brief talk before dark at Kansas City in front of the new Wyandotte coun ty courthouse and later at Kansas City in the municipal auditor ium We are gaining peace and se curity at the president said here I am confident that I have the support of the American people in seeking peace and security Got Federal Help The president said he did not be lieve Kansas would have pulled through the difficult problems of the past four years as splendidly as it hag had it not been for federal co operation and federal assistance in many fields of your endeavor If you think we were wrong to give this assistance then to he lowi cal you must ask that in the days to come every state in the union shall set tiself up an individual entity for the solution of all of the problems of all its inhabitants save possiby the maintenance of the army the navy and the handling of our foreign He repeated a previous statement that with income increasing and expenditures declining we shall able to balance the budget and start paying down on the public debt in a year or two Bedtime Laying the foundation for his de nial that he was ranging one class against another he said at the out set If I ever write another book I am going to have a chapter in it about bedtime bedtime stories It will be a very amusing chapter I am going to fill it with whispering ghosts and stalking bogey men and I ana going to end the chapter by telling how the Am ericanmen and women on the third of November 1936 refused to be frightened by fairy tales You folks do not look a bit scared to He said the people spreading the gospel of fear had intimated that farmers belong to one class and in   

From 1607 To The Present

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!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 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.

Genealogy Made Simple

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!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"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.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication