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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLIII FIVE CENTS A COPS ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRB SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14 1936 THIS PAPZK CONSISTS Of TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 5 New Deals StepChild Hull Only Recently Has Become Real Asset By CHARLES PSTEWAKT ASHINGTON CPA Secre tary of State Cordell Hull is the most valu able single Rooseveltian as set in the pend ing presidential fight The irony or the situation is that the presi d e n t evidently rated Hull rath e r cheaply a t first except for decorative p u r poses Clearly he recognized that the Tennesseean would look well as a real states nan at the head of his cabinet Otherwise he would not have ap him But that the president was very little in sympathy with his ap pointees economic philosophy oe came obvious speedily I knew Cordell Hull pretty well as a representative and then as a senator Dependent on I knew him to be a firm believer in the doctrine that American pros perity is dependent upon world prosperity He stood for the breaking down of interna tional trade tariffs and monetary exchange in equalities FORD GIVES SUPPORT TO LANDON PRESIDENT SAYS Russia Demands Action on Its Charges CAUSE OF PEACE F R Dedicates Site of World War Memorial at St Louis ST LOUIS President Roosevelt faced a huge crowd on the citys Memorial Plaza Wednesday and declared the United States by its recovery good neighbor and commercial policies was promot ing the course of peace throughout the Dedicatin a memorial building to the World war soldier dead which has just begun to rise in skeleton form the president said We best honor the memory of those dead by striving for peace that the terror of the days of war will be with us no The president motored through nag covered streets lined deep with welcoming citizens Cheers and steam whistles greeted him on the drive Monuments to Peace We in America do not build monuments to war We do not build he asserted monuments to YV e UW llLfL When it was announced that ne est We monuments to j 01 ne CQ cTifirei to have the state 1 took it for granted that this policy was to be the adminis trations Plainly so did the then Hull A day or before 1 lin D Roosevelts inauguration tne senator gave out to the press a exactly as I would have expected him to do an international program of the sort I have suggested Repudiated at First A couple of days later the in coming made inaugural address In effect ha said that interna tional cooperfction is ail right but that he was in favor of putting first things pros perity ahead of the prosperity of the reminder of the world This is o of senti ment that every American must indorse Nevtheless it was an utterance which just after the Hull statement appeared to be a complete repudia tion of Hull Not to criticize the residential declaration surely it would seem that Hull should have been warned against going out on a limb as he did with the certainty that it immediately would be saw ed off back of him Had Gone Too Far Personally I did not understand how Hull could accept the state secretaryship under the circum stances 1 suppose matters had gone so far that he could not help himself commemorate the spirit of sacrifice in our desire for He added In what we have done during the last three years to pro mote national recovery at home to extend the hand of the good neigh bor to the nations of the world to break down the barriers to com merce which divide nation from na tion we are promoting the course of peace throughout the Mayor Bernard F Dickmann in troduced the president and the crowd spread back for a city block to the flag bedecked steel frame of the memorial structure sent up a loud cheer Sees Memorial Site Before leaving the stand Mr Roosevelt presented a flag to Mrs Myrtle Shamp president of the Gold Star mothers President Roosevelt also inspected the site of the Jefferson Memorial riverfront project here after a sev en speech campaign through that the greater Kansas and western Missouri Expressing confidence nation is experiencing a degree of prosperity and the politi cal barometer is reading fair and Mr Roosevelt brought his whirlwind western campaign into eastern Missouri and Illinois from Kansas and western Missouri A series of rear platform talks in Illinois and a major address at the Chicago stadium Wednesday night formed the rest of the schedule for the sixth day of his wide swing around the agrarian interior Due in Chicago The president was due in Chicago around p m and his address there was set for p m In his first night rear talk of the trip Mr Roosevelt after uring broader and firmer oppor tunities for youth in a formal ad Kansas Citys municipa Two Burglqrs Escape in Gun Battle at 1 Believed While Trading Shots With Officers OSKALOOSA burglars one probably wounded escaped after a gunfight early Wednesday with Oskaloosa officers who thwarted a burglary attempt at the Sunstrum clothing store Night Watchman and Police Officer Homer Little Owen Crispin spotted the burglars near the post office carrying clothing valued at approximately 700 The men dropped the clothing behind the postoffice and ran back of the Methodist church opening fire on the pursuing officers Crispin although standing under a street light was not hit He re turned the robbers fire and said he believed he wounded one of them Stumbled Several Times The police officer said one of the burglars stumbled several times as he escaped into the darkness with the Sunstrum A ne store by breaking a m a brick wall from the roof of an adjoin ing store and letting themselves down with a rope At Des Moines Glen Schnuck chief of the state bureau of inves tigation said there was no indica tion that the men were conneced with the burglary of an Estheryihe Iowa clothing store Monday night j S Gladstone fingerprint ex pert left Des Moines to investigate the case Schmidt said the best way to end Iowa burglaries was successful prosecution of outofstate fences who sell the loot his companion The men entered 3 While southern Iowa officers Schmidt an of three men with store Then Professor Raymond Moley was wished upon him as an as sistant with authority superior to his own This was a trifle too much 1 imagine that even Hull mild and diplomatic as he is iJight have cuit if Moley had not been elimi nated If he had quit it would have i ureas m been a mightily unpleasant incident djtorium Tuesday evening ad Results Are Promised j dressed a crowd of several thou Moley was dropped anyway Mo But Hull did not cease to be an at Missouri being a central Haight administrative re He siia Mlsso ccntly were on the lookout for the Cloth ing store burglars nounced the arrest wanted in connection burglaries in Iowa Nebraska and Kansas Schmidt said William Zelmsky bureau agent and a Mills county deputy sheriff arrested Carl Dickin son and Clifford Ogden in Kansas City Mo The bureau chief said the two men waived extradition and were taken to Falls City where he stated they admitted a series of thefts and named Norman as their leader Schmidt said Norman Ogden was arrested near Falls City Monday night and that subsequently the two Ogdens who said their home was in Rulo admitted the robbery of a Glenwood Iowa cloth ing store Oct 7 Admits 12 Burglaries Coupled with this announcement was another bureau announcement that Glen Hisel 32 a farmer liv ing near Fairfield admitted par ticipation in 12 southern Iowa burg laries all before Nov 20 1933 Schmidt said Hisel admitted par ticipation in burglaries of grocery stores gasoline stations grain ele vators and boxcars in Birmingham Libertyville Fairfield Packwood Keosaqua and Ottumwa The statements were obtained LOOK INSIDE FOR FASCIST STATES Fails CARL B STIGER Iowa Supreme Court Will Have Vacancy ON PAGE 10 Biermann Declares N E Iowa Benefited ON PAGE 2 Athletic Board Ousts School ON PAGE 11 Mason City Maintains Home Building Average ON PAGE 8 state was a good barom Opiate the state secretary has j eter anme tariff acree lne h ri iu3t been effecting some tariff agree ments and international monetary exchange stabilizations Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau claims credit for the stabilizations but ac ually they are Secretary Hulls handiwork which promise admir able results to all concerned parenthetically The whole outlook will be cloud ed if a European war breaks out hut that is in the lap of fate With another war no one knows wtat will follow Has Definite Program In any event Hull has done all he can to prevent another war more than all the league of nations like dealers his program is promoters put together He is not an experimenter the new definite He is not as a spellbinder much of a campaigner He is convincing sneaking across an office desk not particularly so over the radio Sub stantially however he is the new deals most important asset 4 Year Old Boy Dies When Car Tips Over CORNING Joseph Henton 4 was killed when the car driven by his mother overturned and he was thrown through a window The boys mother had taken Edwin Joseph his two older sisters to school They were returning when the accident occurred says fair and warmer He had says a emerged from the home temtoiyof his republican rival for the presi one far back in the Carroll tonlrowd picked up the fair and warmer remark and commented The voice did not carry far but pres ident heard it and translated it through the loud speaker some body said pretty BELIEVES MAN CAPABLE C G Graham assistant OF PLANNING FOR ABOARD ROOSEVELT ENROUTE TO CHICAGO President Roosevelt opened ms drive for Illinois 29 electoral votes Wednesday with a declaration thai he believes the human race is capa ble of planning ahead for a better ordered economy which would smooth depressions out of the busi ness cycle Speaking from his special tram to a big crowd at East St Louis just across the Mississippi river from St Louis president said he disagreed th scientists who contend of prosperity and depres those waves sion were inevitable 62 Iowa Counties to Provide Own Relief DES MOINES Iowa counties will function without the aid of federal unemployment funds after Nov 1 Ralph E Kittin ger secretary of the state relief ad ministration announced chief of Rock Island railway special agents Sheriff Roy Pickard of Keosauqua and Sheriff Fred Mc Intire of Fairfield The bureau chief said Hisel was being arraigned on charges of breaking and entering a boxcar at Keosauqua Nov 20 1933 KRASCHELWOULD DEBATE WILSON Democratic Candidate for Governor Challenges His Opponent N G Kraschel democratic can didate for governor announced here that he had challenged George A Wilson his republican opponent to an open debate Kraschel declared that so far as I am concerned this campaign must be conducted on the record and having no desire to mis you or misrepresent you I there fore challenge you to an open de bate so that you may defend your campaign utterances and clarify your position on the national issues which so vitally affect Iowas fu lowans Win Top Honors DALLAS honors in the National Dairy show were won here by the J J Lynes and son farms of Plainfield Iowa with all championships in the Ayrshire female division GOUGHLINNOTTO GET REPORTER Priest Says Only Thing He Has Done Is Talk to Mans Superiors BOSTON Rev Charles E Coughlin said Wednesday he had conferred with the superiors of a Boston reporter with whom he came into physical conflict Monday night in Providence R I Although after the incident the Detroit priest said he would remain here to get the reporter John Barry Father Coughlin said The only thing I have done is to remonstrate with this gentlemans To a question Has the matter been adjusted satisfactorily Fath er Coughlin replied Im not going to discuss Barry returning to his usual du ties had no further comment Wild Geese Leave Niagara Falls NIAGARA FALLS N flock of about wild geese which for two days had appeared to be in danger of being swept over Niagara Falls rose from the Nia HAVE HAD TIME TO REPLY CLAIM Second Note Is Delivered on Hands Off Spain Pact Violation LONDON Russias ambassador in a personal visit to the British foreign office demanded Wednesday informed sources said that the international neutrality committee be summoned this week to act on Moscows charges of flagrant fascist violation of the hands off Spain accord Ivan M Maisky the ambassador who returned from Moscow only last night lost no time in person ally assuming charge of Russias case against Italy Germany and Portugal which it has accused of sending military aid to Spains in surgents He descended on the foreign of fice while the British cabinet as sembled across the street and called on Lord Plymouth British chair man of the nonintervention group New Formal Demand Thus he lent personal emphasis to a new and formal Russian de mand for action to isolate the Spanish war The ambassador was accom panied by M Kagan soviet mem ber of the nonintervention com mittee They reached the foreign office shortly after the second Russion note within a week had been delivered to Lord Plymouth It was understood Ambassador Maisky flatly infctrmed Lord Ply mouth that Russia considered a week ample time for the fascist states to reply to the soviet charges detailed at last Fridays committee session Soviet Proposal Pending The committee has pending be fore it a soviet proposal to appoint j an investigating commission which would determine whether foreign aid were being sent into Spain through Portugal The suggestion which drew strong objections from the Portuguese delegate was deem ed premature without the consent of the Lisbon government The committee announced upon adjournment last week the Russian accusations against the three fascist nations should be subjected to the most searching examination which should be carried through with the greatest possible SAN MARTIN 40 MILES FROM MADRID CENTER By The Associated Press Frost bitten militiamen of Mad rid pounded back Wednesday at San Martin de Valdeiglesias newest fas cist won objective in the inarch on the capital while soviet Russia de manded that Europe act speedily to isolate the Spanish Bent on making San Martin less than 40 miles from Madrid the Fort Douamont of the civil conflict the government men posed for a final air and land attack and an nounced they already had penetrat ed to a strategic vantage point Insurgents however declared the government forces had been pushed back three miles in the San Mar Boy Sister Badly Hurt ROCK and Merrill Swanson daughter and son of Mr and Mrs Carl Swanson were critically injured about 9 oclock Wednesday morning when they were on their way to high school and their car and a PWA truck collided Both are in Park hospital Mason City where it was said the boy may not recover Geraldine was thrown several feet from the car and her brother was pinned under it with a quantity of rock from the truck on him Both Legs Broken The girl who is 13 and a freshman in the Falls township High school suffered severe scalp injuries and Merrill who is 16 and a junior suf fered both broken legs and a crush ed chest Other injuries were also suffered by the two The boy is un conscious The truck was used on dam con struction near here W F Davis from the transient camp at Mason City was driver of the truck The collision occurred a mile west of Rock Falls at an in tersection of gravel roads Assisted in Removing Boy Henry Ushkert who lives near the scene of the accident assisted in removing the boy from the wreck age this requiring about 20 minutes DeUtics of the sheriffs office from Mason City investigated The truck which was struck ffl about the middle was not damaged much but the other car registered in the name of Elmer was demolished Hes for Landon gara river early flew safely away Wednesday and Politics on The Air TIME CENTRAL STANDARD WEDNESDAY NIGH1 6 east 10 west William Hard and W L Brown of Treece Kans WHO state central committee WABC CBS WORMBS President Roosevelt from Chicago WJZNBC 8 Senator Millard Tydings of Mary land from Washington Progressive W ABCCBS Roosevelt THURSDAY a Women of Republican WEAFNBC Landon radio clubs Mrs Grace Morrison Poole and Mrs Rosa E Cunningham WHO p state central committee tin sector New skirmishes and advances were claimed by Madrid for its troops in the area of Toledo insur gent base since the dramatic rescue of the Alcazar The fascists lost five miles in that area said the Madrid war ministry At San Martin the insurgents said they allowed the government troops to advance near the village and then in a vicious drive smash ed them back to the east Registration Office to Be Open One Night The office of city clerk will re main open Wednesday evening until 9 oclockfor the registration of voters who have1 been unable to get to the office duringthe regu lar office hours from 8 oclock in the morning until 5 oclock in the afternoon This will probably be the only evening registration prior to the closing of registrations 24 Sioux City Defeats Proposed Bond Issue SIOUX CITY proposed bond issue of for the con struction of a new civic center and exposition hall was defeated here Tuesday The vote was for the issue to opposed but the issue required a 60 per cent majority ENFORCEMENT OF LAW IMPROVING Increased Liquor Sales for September Pointed Out by Commission DES MOINES Iowa li quor commission pointing out Wed nesday that September sales of state liquor stores increased nearly over August sales said the increase could be attributed in part to better liquor law enforcement The commission said federal state and local officers recently have joined in seeking out boot leggers and while federal agents are taking effective measures to stop importation of li quor from other states the commission said Towans probably are turning from the bootlegger to state stores for their The commission said its 135 stores sold a total of worth of li quor during September compared with worth during August Fear Black Legion Now Operating in Southern California LOS ANGELES of a black hooked gown with a skull and cross bones on the left chest in a suitcase on Wilshire Boulevard spurred police search Wednesday for Black Legionnaires believed op erating in southern California Captain William Hynes of the po lice antiradical squad disclosed activities of the hooded order had been reported here for the last four months increasing recently The Black Legion will not be he said THREE MEN DIE IN PLANE CRASH abin Ship Comes Down in Florida After Losing One Wing HILLIARD Day tona Beach men were killed Wednesday when their cabin mono plane crashed near here after losing one wing The dead Ralph Green about 35 real estate operator and sportsman pilot Robert Bond salesman in 3reens office and Hearst McClel land 45 garage owner The men took off from the Day Claudette Colbert of Movies Has Slight Basal Skull Fracture HOLLYWOOD Claudette is confined to her home with a slight basal fracture of the skull her physician Dr Samuel Hirshfeld said Wednesday The injury suffered in an auto mobile accident about two weeks ago forced her tempor ary retirement from the picture Maid of Paramount studio attaches said the brunet former academy award winner is expected to return to work Monday She attempted to do this shortly after the accident but collapsed HENRY FORD lona Beach morning for airport Detroit Wednesday in Greens plane They passed over the Jacksonville airport and had almost crossed the GeorgiaFlorida state line near here when one wing crumpled The piane flying low fell immediately It did not burn but was badly damaged All three men were dead when aid reached them Halden Says Easy Relief Jobs Being Given to Politicians FORT DODGE ISP Berry F Halden republican candidate for United States senator said Tuesday night politicians not in need o jobs are getting the soft snaps and high pay in the relief administra tion appointments Halden said tha many persons on relief know tha the politicians are taking th cream of the crop for themselves and their Claim Solution of Series of Thefts in Arrest of Six Boys INDEPENDENCE here claim the solution of a series of thefts committed in the Independ ence vicinity during the last year in the arrest of six boys ranging in age from 17 to 21 They are Earl Barker Joe Barker Billy Bates Elmer Cooper and Del mar Gray all of Independence and Hubert Meister Jesup AH of the boys have signed confessions offic ers said MUCH MORE NEW DEAL HE HOLDS G 0 P Nominee Says Americans Remember Nation First ABOARD LANDON SPECIAL ENROUTE TO GRAND RAPIDS across Michi gan after receiving the indorsement of Henry Ford Gov Alt M Landon said Wednesday anyone t doesnt matter who is trying to change our form of government without the consent of the people Americans remember only that they are We are Americans first and al ways before we are republicans or democrats or anything the republican presidential nominee told a Flint audience from the rear platform of his train This is why party lines have been broken down in this cam he said Crowd Awaits Arrival A crowd that had awaited the ar rival of the train pressed about the Landon car when it halted at this automobile manufacturing center There were cheers when Che Kansas overnor stepped on to the plat form Many of the spectators were children Landon emphasized in his talk tliat we want them our children to have a better chance in life than we He said payroll deductions would start next year under the social ae curity act and build up a huge fund at the disposal of Washing ton Another be said is that of unemployment 11 Million Jobless How dare anyone say there is recovery in this he asked when there are eleven million un employed depending on The governor said the crowd dis played the deep interest shown in the grave issues of the campaign He waved at crowds gathered along the route at stations where the Sunflower Special slowed but aid not stop Five rear platform talks and con ferences aboard the train with Michigan republican leaders Wed nesday preceded an overnight stop at Grand Rapids home of U S Senator Arthur V Vandenberg who accompanied the candidate LANDON DECRIES SEIZING OF AUTOCRATIC POWERS DETROIT Ford for mally declared his support for Gov Alf M Landon Wednesday as the republican presidential nominee pur sued a crossstate campaign for Michigans 19 electoral votes I admire and believe in him I hope he is the motor car manufacturer said in a statement after conferring with the Kansas governor I am not criticizing the new Ford continued I am only sayingthat we have had enough of it we have had about all the country can The veteran industrialist who talked with Landon together with his son Edsel stated his position for the first time just before Landon headed his campaign forces toward Grand Rapids The candidate said the new deal was a threat to our American form of government in an address Tuesday night before thousands massed in the chill wind swept American league baseball Would Repeal Acts park Fire Loss DES MOINES early morning fire caused approximately damage at the H B Leirsero witz and company wholesale ware house Wednesday Cause of the blaze was undetermined FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Wednes day night and Thursday rising temperature Thursday and In northwest and north central por tions Wednesday night MINNESOTA Generally fair rising temperature Wednesday night Thursday unsettled prob ably local showers in east and north wanner in east IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Wednesday morning Maximum Tuesday 46 Minimum in Night 37 At 8 A M Wednesday 43 Rainfall Trace Wednesday mornings trace of moisture was a cross between fog which gave way to a denae cloudiness without precipita tion in the early forenooif Concentration of power in the hands of President Roosevelt Lan dan said in the third major address of his lakestates campaign repre sented the first steps toward de struction of the rights and liberties of the people which would make the executive all Promising if elected to ask repeal of all laws giving autocratic pow ers to the chief Landon called upon his democratic opponent to tell us before election day just what amendments to the constitu tion he has in Landons reference to Mr Roose velt was booed before he could continue Dodges Main Issue By his silence on this he is at tempting to dodge the fundamental issue of this issue of whether he intends to change the form of our labor agriculture and business are to be directed and managed by gov and managed by politics xxx It Is the first duty of govern ment to protect us x x x from the abuses of concentrated power x x x If the federal government does not have the authority x x x I shall fa vor congress going to the people openly and ask for auch powers through a constitutional amend ment The Dcoulc mtwt be yiven full   

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