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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 17, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                Iowa Illinois Final Iowa State Cornell Final Final Minnesota Ohio Northwestern NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME Final Purdue Chicago THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLUI FIVE CENTS A OOFZ ASSOCIATED FREES IJSASED W1KE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 17 1936 THIS PAMR CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 8 IOWA AND ILLINOIS TIED 00 AT HALF Anxiety in U S Seen Spread of Clashes Over Europe Is Feared By CHARLES P STEWART A S H IN G T 0 N Fascist co m m xi n i s tic clashes in Eu rope are reach ing proportions which begin to causeserious anxiety on this side of the At lantic For a while the inclination in official quarters here was to pooh pooh the iropor IOWA CITY SEES ON HAND Illinois Team Threatens Hawkeyes Goal on 3 Occasions PLAY BY PLAY ON PAGE 2 IOWA CITY and Illi nois were deadlocked in a scoreless tie at the end of the first half here Saturday in a Western conference football game before home coming fans Illinois threatened the Iowa goal on three occasions but could not score Two placekicks by Lowell Spurgeon failed for the Illini Iowa tance of thesa j made only one serious scoring bid disturbances To ward the end of the Hoover ad ministra t ion there was talk of a fascist trend For example Senator David A Eeed of Pennsylvania now out 01 Me declared in formal de bate on capitol hill that if ever this country needed a Mussolini it him But tew foik took him seriously On the oppo side of the fence Representa tive Hamilton Fish of New York some years ago launched his campaign to convince the nation that America is in imminent dan ger of being communized And all he until recently from most ecurces was the horse Staid Old England I wouldnt say even yet that much of the citizenry is sold on tie idea that the United States is in grave peril of passing under the rule of a dictatorship either of the bourgeofie or the proletariat Ml the same it is enough to make any man think when fierce riots are reported in staid old Eng land between fascist and commu forces Eastern southern and central Europe revolutionized themselves by degrees Czarisms overthrow was a shock Still it was recognized tnar itwas long overdue Mussolini to this day acquiesces in the main tenance of a semblance of the old monarchy In Germany democ racy under President Hindenburg and autocracy under Adolph Hitler overlapped Little countries in which convulsions have occurred have not been of sufficient conse quence to attract attention Spain Trifle Remote Spains civil war however has been too bloodthirsty to escape Yet even Spain is a trifle Football Scores Hits Forces of Greed and Selfishness THIRD PERIOD Princeton 0 Penn 7 Army 26 Harvard 0 Brown 0 Dartmouth 34 SECOND PERIOD Kansas State 0 Marquette 0 Wisconsin 0 Notre Dame 6 Tennessee 0 Aabama 0 Yale 6 Navy 7 Pittsburgh 0 Lowell Textile 0 Maine 14 Washington 0 Boston U 6 Army 18 Harvard 0 Manhattan 0 Holy Cross IS Missouri 0 Michigan State 6 Auburn 0 Detroit 0 North Carolina 7 New York Uni versity 0 Syracuse 7 Cornell 7 Brown 0 Dartmouth 14 Prinecton 0 Penn 7 Waynesburg 0 Fordham 20 Bucknell 0 Georgetown 6 Penn State 0 Lehigh 0 DePaul 0 Catholic 12 West Virginia Wesleyan 0 West Virginia 12 Rochester 6 Amherst 7 Georgia Tech 0 Duke 19 Tulane 14 Colgate 6 Indiana 9 Nebraska 0 FIRST PERIOD Wisconsin 0 Notre Dame 6 Kansas State 0 Marquette 0 Indiana 3 Nebraska 0 Tulane 0 Colgate 6 Georgia Tech 0 Duke 7 Penn State 0 Lehigh 0 Missouri 0 Michigan State 0 Oklahoma 7 Kansas 0 St Louis U 0 North Dakota U 0 LOOK INSIDE FOR MAE WEST Two Gunmen Rob Eight Persons Miss Actress ON PAGE 2 Luther Jubilee Events Draw Many to Decorah ON PAGE 8 Preps Win Jaysees in Tie at Rochester Grid ON PAGE 9 Noted Physician Will Give Address Tuesday ON PAGE 16 FASCISTS MOVE AGAINST MADRID FROM 3 SIDES Landon and Knox Talk Over Plans TOPEKA ex pressing confidence in a November victory Gov Alf Landon and Col Frank Knox swapped campaign A T J stories Saturday and chatted strat Snn Q Attackers Launch IMew egy for las weeks of thenrresident jon s antinew deal drive With a hello colonel and How are you governor the presidential nominee and his vice presidential running mate greeted each other m the bright sunlight outside the cap third personal meetin Drive Along Main North Road BURGOS Spain government po Its troubles for a a long way off Then there besan to he signs that other countries were likely lo hecome involved in the Spanish sit scemed Western Maryland 0 JAVest Virginia Weslcyan 0 Virginia 0 DePaul 0 Catholic university 0 Holy Cross 7 and France and Pwussia versus Germany and Italy and Portugal The outlook was seen by all dip lomatic students as beginning to grow bilious Nevertheless they continued to hope for the best Next French fascists and com munists began to take the war path each against each However the French are turbulent folk also It isnt so unusual for them to split into factions fall to fighting for the gendarmes striving to restore order to crack heads The English Susquehanna 0 City College of New York0 Syracuse Cornell 0 North Carolina New York uni versity 0 Waynesburg 0 Fordham 7 Bucknell 0 Georgetown 6 Brown 0 Dartmouth 7 Princeton 0 Fenn 7 Virginia Military Institute 0 Co GIRL KILLED 3 HURT IN CRASH High School Student Fatally Injured When Car Turns Over at Davenport DAVENPORT Rath 16 Davenport high school student was fatally injured and three other youths were hurt one seriously when the automobile in which they were riding overturned on a high way near here Saturday morning Miss Rath died as she was placed on the hospital operating table Those injured were Paul Dice 16 head bruises possible internal injuries Hillmore Bud Koehnke 19 former high school basketball star and student at St Ambrose college cuts about head and feet and Evelyn Boldt 16 cuts and back Valparaiso 0 Western State 0 Rice 0 Georgia 0 Tennessee 0 Alabama 0 But when Englishmen comc into j D 1 ontact with their police it is no DOy I J VV OUnUCU contact joke 1 recall an experience of my own in Hyde Park London A red was delivering an ad dress What he said about the crown was a plenty His talk was sub versive to an extent that never would be tolerated in the United Some of auditors re it The police protected States sented him I asked as an Ameri can newspaper correspondent in the British metropolis of an at tendant is your limit to this kind of oratory Our said the grasping my American idiom is when e begins to eave English friction evidently has reached a point where it has begun to eave If the British public then is en titled to be worried by the fascist communist threat anybody is eni titled to be in Critical Condition CENTERVILLE Junior Schwartz 13 was in a critical con dition in a hospital here from a rifle bullet wound suffered when the gun discharged when he was ad justing it The boy did not know the gun was loaded WATCH FOR THIS At 7 oclock Saturday ev ening an edition of the GlobeGazette containing a full account of the sports contests of the day will be on the streets And again the question wait until Sunday for Sat urdays news sitions and killing socialist troops marched on Madrid from three di rections Saturday Fascist attackers launched a new drive along the main northern high way between the capital and Bur gos operations headquarters for the insurgent provisional government Battering columns pushed east ward in the bloody mountainous sec tor west of Madrid while other di visions struck at territory to the northeast The three major offensives North of Madrid 1 A strong movement of fascist forces from the Guadarrama sector concentrating on Torrelaguna 36 miles almost straight north of Mad rid 2 Renewed assaults in Guadala jara province by troops advancing on provincial capital of the same name from Siguenzal drives alcarnera and El Escorial in the west A side expedition battered at the defenses of Aranjuez strategic com munications center approximately 30 miles east and slightly north of Toledo The high command at Burgos as serted several hundred socialist soldiers were killed during vicious engagements as the fascist offen sive attempted to close a steel circle around the capital Infantry to Advance Navalcarnero and Aranjuez felt the bite oJ insurgent shells clearing the way for a prospective infantry advance Valmojado only remaining gov ernmentheld town before Navalcar nero on the MaquedaMadrid high way fell before a smashing attack Fascist troops moved into the vil lage and prepared to push their of fensive on Navalcamero 7 miles northeast of Valmojado and only 20 miles from Madrid The insurgent march down the highway into Valmojado brought a steady rain of steel into government ranks from the ground and air Gunners Push Forward Squads of machine gunners push ed forward pressing the retiring so cialist troops as planes overhead sasOklahoma sprinkled small bombs on the mili tiamen The drive on El Escorial 27 miles According to the police report Koehnke was driving He said the accelerator jammed as he was rounding a curve and he lost trol of the machine which overj turned four times according to wit nesses j The party was returning from a wiener roast following the Daven portMoline football game last night 1 Slain and 20 Hurt in Bombay Rioting BOMBAY India person was killed and 20 others raise the toll in recent disorders to 38 dead and 360 renewed rioting Saturday The casualties occurred when po licefired into a Hindu mob which was attempting to set fire to a Moslem mosque Two Plead Innocent VINTON Finkel 68 and Andrew Miller 64 pleaded in nocent to a statutory rape charge preferred on behalf of a 12 year old Vinton high school girl They were indicted by a Benton county grand jury and held under bond i each Politics on The Air since the Cleveland convention nam BUFFALO N in Niagara square Saturday before Bmte thousands of cheering citizens ed them to head the national party president Roosevelt declared his ticket Almost immediately they public works program has helped iv tne wheels of trade and com merce turning again in sections where business had been stagnant for years Dedicating a new federal office drove to the executive mansion for a personal conference in Landons study Arrive at Capital Knox and Mrs Knox motored from Kansas City and arrived at the capital at 11 oclock Inside Landon CELplUii WXlcLL We was busy with long distance teleas a substitute for the dole phone calls and campaign business J1 Fo 15 minutes the Chicago publish and down chatting while awaiting the er strolled up with newsmen governor When Landon finally was able to get away from his desk he walked down the broad capitol steps and spied Knox down the drive Well Colonel by goDy how are you the Kansan called as he joined the publisher with out stretched hand Exchange Compliments to see sntnTeff Youre looking Landon said How are you Knox asked Oh tip the presidential nominee said You look like cam paigning agrees with Im having a good Knox said presenting Mrs Knox who sat in the automobile How does the campaign look reporters asked Knox Enjoy the Fight Its a real he replied Were enjoying it and were win Landon and Knox got into the colonels car and the party drove to the executive mansion where Mrs Landon joined the group for a chat before the running mates turned to the more serious job of mapping plans for the campaigns last two weeks Works on Speeches Aside from the Knox conference Landon planned to spend his time in the executive mansion working on speeches for the final campaign drive He will start it Sunday night moving across the Rockies and then will swing all the way across the continent before returning to To peka two weeks later Earlier plans to attend the Kan football game at Lawrence were scrapped as Lan dons battle with President Roose velt for the white house drew to northeast of the capital sent insurWard a close A two weeks travel gent troops in theGredos mountains program lay ahead to the Pacific into fresh campaigns from the fascoast thence cutting through to cist dominated villages of ValdemaNCW York for a Madison Squaie queda and Navas Del Marques garden appearance before the bal Fascist commanders repeated their jpta are cast Nov 3 declaration the devisive offensive against Madrid has not yet been ordered The present operations they said were only preparatory to the projected onslaught on the cap ital which awaits troop concentra tions in the plain surrounding the city TIME IS CENTRAL STANDARD Saturday 1 Vice President Garner from Uvalde WJ2NBC Harry Hop kins from Washington Republican W ABCCBS Senator A H Vandenberg from Chicago CBS N T state network Judge W F Bleakley from Utica Jeffersonian democrats WJZ NBC James A Reed Labors nonpartisan WJZNBC 9 John L Lewis from Washington Monday Democratic WABCCBS p Mrs Henry Morgenthau Republican Landon radio Miss Natalie Couch WEAFNBC clubs WABCCBS FORECAST JOWA Generally fair and not so cool in extreme northwest por tion Saturday night Sunday fair in south portion increasing cloudiness in north portion ris ingtemperatures MINNESOTA Partly cloudy to cloudy Saturday night and Sun day probably showers in north east portion not so cool Satur day night and in east and south Sunday American Crystal Sugar company an amendment to the constitution weather figures for 24 hour period to make the principles of the NRA o Tmrr f Vi lOTlH 67 38 38 ending at S a m Saturday Maximum Friday Minimum in Night At 8 A M Saturday WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO weather out look for the period of Oct 19 to Oct 24 For the Upper Mississippi and Lower Missouri valleys and the tions to eliminate the unemployed northern and central Great Plains These are the purposes of the NRA Not much precipitation likely first The administration is pledged to part of shower period indicat attempt to carry out the purposes ad within latter half temperatures of the NRA in every constitutional normal or higher except probably manner WORKS HELPED START WHEELS F R DECLARES About Constitution Change Studied building he said it represented what we Americans had decided The president said such works were the first shock troops against the battle of He told of his western trip and of having seen cheerful faces that told him the nation was back on the road to prosperity First to Aid Needy New York state he said was the first to accept the responsibility for relieving the needy and jobless He then said it had been neces sary for the federal government to step in and pledged his administra tionto continue to accept the sponsibility Paper scraps fluttered down from city hall in the background and other skyscrapers bordering the square Mayor George Zimmerman pre sented Mr Roosevelt Motors From Falls The president motored here from Niagara Falls where in his first speech of the day he asserted the great undefended Canadian American border on which that city rests was an example for other na tions He spoke in dedicating a federal financed civic stadium packed de spite a morning drizzle After saying such projects repre sented pretty good boondoggling and provided work and helped build for the he cited the closeness of the international boun dary line I believe that in the last few he said an understanding has been reached between the peoplei of the United States and our great northern neighbor Proud of Border It is a very fine thing We are proud of the border Residents on both sides have given very fine co operation and we are thankful This great undefended border is pointed to by people of other con tinents They wish they had some thing like At Cleveland Friday night the president asserted that Wall street was using stockholders money in an effort to prevent his reelection Late in the day he planned to leave his train again to address a few words to a plaza crowd in Utica then leave for Albany for din ner with Gov Herbert H Lehman He was due at his Hyde Park home Saturday night around CLAIM AMENDMENT SOUGHT FOR CARRYING OUT NRA BOSTON reported dec laration by James Roosevelt that his father the president intended to seek a constitutional amendment to carry out the principles of NRA varied from a transcript of his re marks as issued Saturday at his downtown office Answering a question from ths floor of a democratic rally in Gard ner Friday young Roosevelt was reported to have said The president intends to con tinue the principles of the NRA by going before the people and seekinf the law of the At Roosevelts office Saturday morning the following statement was issued as being a stenographic tran script of the remarks of the presi dents son The answer to the second part the question regarding recov ery is the necessity for shorter hours and better working condi Have You Read Your Newspaper 1 What nation announced a position of strict European neu trality 2 A typhoon caused great loss of life in what Pacific islands 3 What nation called for a blockade of Portuguese ports to halt shipment of supplies to Spanish rebels 4 Which presidential candidate was supported by Dr F E Town send in states where William Lemke is not on the ballot 5 What friend of King Edward filed suit for divorce 6 At what Michigan town did the trains of President Roosevelt and Gov Alf M Landon pass each other 7 Rival political groups at what girls college indulged in a little hair pulling and nail scratching before a republican rally 8 The supreme court refused to review its decision holding the minimum wage law for women in what state unconstitutional 9 Sylvan Hugelen of Leland landed safely by parachute when his autogiro crashed at an air show at what North Iowa town 10 What automobile manufac turer said he would support Lan don for president ANSWERS ON PAGE 2 colder towards close Should there be no way in which GIVES SERMON Mrs Fitch Attended Only by Prayers Preaches 5 Hours Later FORT DODGE hours after she gave birth to her sixth child Mrs Ted Fitch evangelist and wife of the prohibition candidate for governor of Iowa stood before the congregation at her True Gospel Mission here Friday night and gave a 30 minute sermon on the healing powers of the Lord The child a seven and a half pound boy was born at 4 oclock Friday afternoon as four women prayed by the bedside They were the only attendants at the birth At 9 oclock Mrs Fitch pale but un supported and carrying the infant in her arms walked to her pulpit There she gave the baby to her husband and immediately began her sermon on Faith and the Healing Powers of God Faith in the Faith in the Mrs Fitch Intoned at the service will make little of your pain and the audience answered It was the power of faith and prayer in the Lord Jesus Christ that alleviated the pain she said Mr Fitch said is a won derful demonstration of the power of faith and prayer No pain is too great to be lessened no ache insup portable if you have faith in your Kneeling at the bedside of Mrs Fitch when she went through her 2 hour labor were Mrs J L Sutton of Winnipeg Canada Mrs Leslie Carolson of Des lloines wives of visiting evangelists and Mrs W H Wiese and Mrs Ralph Merris of Fort Dodge Breakfast With Family Mrs Fitch arose early Saturday and bad breakfast with her family but later returned to bed for a rest She said she would participate in the evangelistic services Saturday night The Fitches both evangelists re cently figured in an attempt to re store life to their son Gail by pray er after he was struck down by a car The boy died shortly after the accident At the time of the funeral services for Gail Mrs Fitch delivered the funeral oration Suffers Fractured Neck WEST BEND Samson suffered a fractured neck when a team of horses ran away as he was husking corn Samson was hurled over an embankment into the Des Moincs river this can be accomplished which we do not admit I as an individual see no alternative but to ask the people for the right to make Chose purposes Young Roosevelts office declined to say where be could be reached CLAIMS HAS DONE MOST FOR COMMON MAN Montana Senator Urges His ReEIectibn in Speech Here Charging that forces of greed and selfishness for excessive prof its would unwittingly bring destruc tion of the economic structure of the country Senator Burton K Wheeler of Montana here Friday night urged the reelection of Franklin D Roosevelt as the presi dent who has done more than any one else for the common The senator from Montana who had the role of chief prosecutor in the Teapot Dome scandal spoke at a democratic rally before a crowd which filled the banquet room of the Y M C A to overflowing When the republicans say you are losing your liberties do you know what they were referring to he asked You havent lost any lib erties Those whose liberties are threatened are the monopolistic forces of entrenched wealth who want to get back then grip of the economic structure of the country for domination of the Refers to Dickinson Senator Wheeler who many times movedhis coat during the course of the address Boos greeted his ref erence to Senator Dickinson when be replied to the lowans claim that Iowa farmers would be saddled with the national debt Senator Wheeler asserted that much of the dent would be paid through federal in come taxes and inheritance taxes which are ihief sources of irritation to those in the highest income brackets Senator Wheeler argued that the regimentation under the NRA now vigorously attacked by business was suggested by leading business men of the country as a recovery measure when the administration first took office In this still the richest country under the sun American sovereigns are now too poor to own a single foot of earth or to provide money enough for their own funeral said Senator Wheeler More than still seek em ployment Causes Are Legion What are the causes They are legion But one cause is fundament al and encompasses all the greed and rapacity All our economic troubles have their mainspring in human selfishness I am not one to rail against only the rich and those in high places All of us have been too greedy We have perhaps been too prone to charge the rich with all real or fauciea ailments but I do say that great financiers and the high and mighty should set an example and they have not done so Mighty mergers monopolies vast accumulation of capital unrestrain ed issues of stocks and bonds of all sorts mammoth profits magnifi cent fortunes dishonestly gained the utter f utility of trust busting1 and regulation an era of speculation unparalleled the ruthless exploita tion of natural were the seeds and the depression was but the harvest We have in this country and until President Roosevelt took office been con trolled in our government affairs by a group of exploiters to whom men and women are but gamblers fettered so tightly to habit it is part of their very life Monopoly Not Ended The new deal has not as yet put an end to private monopoly but it has come to grips with the problem of monopoly and is at least trying to reform them and put them in their place And it is the course of action which the new deal has started against monopoly and the excessive concentration of economic power that has more than anything else set the economic royalists against Mr Roosevelt and those men in congress who have had the courage to stand back of him in this fight against monopoly These economic now masquerad ing the real causes of their hatred against the president they talk about the regimentation of NRA and did not oppose the contrary they came to the administration and aaid it you want business to cooperate with your recovery efforts with   

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