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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 22, 1936, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL XLffl Would Pay Both Sides S Financing of Campaigns Not New Idea FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS IJSASED WIRE SERVICE MASON GITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 22 1936 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SUCTIONS SECTION ONE NO 12 ORDER SINKING OF SOVIET SHIPS By CHARLES P STEWART TASHINGTON ma n Augustine Lonergan of the senates commit tee on investiga tion of campaign expenditures in proposing that the g pay 1 expenses in fut ure election fights suggests what it has long been recognized would be a good plan if it could be made to work fairly The idea is not a new one Sorcsoae has put it forward in con nection with every presidential or cocgredsional campaign in recent FASCIST ARMIES ONLY TEN MILES OUTSIDE Germany Accuses Russia of Sending Munitions to Spain By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Spanish insurgents pressing re lentlessly on Madrid from a long western front were reported Thurs day to have ordered their warships to sink any Russian vessels carry ing arms to the government de been made to practical application it invariably has foiiad that a problem pre wna itself which lawmakers never ve been able to solve The governmental finan1 tions would corruptio place a candidate of smau rreans on an equality with a one All Right in Theory In theory this is all right but in rractics a rich candidate can spend lideal c money in ways which are to promote his political Whbut exactly classifying lus campaign spending To offset expenditures a relatively im certain governments o this decision At the same time it was dis i London Russia renades and tanks to the Madrid government disguised as food cargoes Madrid its back to the wall named 60 year old General Pozas veteran of many campaigns to command its supreme defense A workers army of men was sent into battle for what the gov ernment said would be a smashing Expect Russia to Bolt The international noninterven boiling internation cOmmittee candidate now can solicit al of charges and counter from friendly sources charges between Russia and the SpaniSh government on one side and Germany Italy and Portugal thus his rivals fund If were denied the rigat to do oo nr content himself with j Qn tne otnert meets in London Fri Vovenmenla allowance contender would have the of asimilar allowance and besides could spend bales of his own ess ia effective fashion but not in a wlv to enable any tribunal to say he had so usedit as to win votes Thus the poor man in stead being granted equality would te outnghtly discriminated The rich man might have to be i trifle careful that is all Another Point Raised ot the scheme also raise the party in power irjji fic methods of being more onerous with government dollars nvard candidates of its own po litiral faith In short rather than endrig electoral corruption these argue that the system would be at least a temptation to tic governmental ins to utilize their advantage to keep the outs out bv even more meansthan any involved in private contributions to campaign funds Publicity concerning private contributions of course is essential but that is provided for already Not that it is altogether effective As previously remarked it fre quently is difficult to determine what is a campaign expenditure and what isnt Large Sums Spent Undoubtedly large sums are spent really to make votes which are not day Responsible quarters believe leaner listed as campaign expenses on the round that they were not spent for any such thing Occasionally a candidate over noes himself as in the case of the late William S Vare of Pennsyl vania The senate refused him a seat in the senate There probably are plenty of other cases which get by The present system isnt perfect but the governmental plan would be still less so in the opinion of most have given it mature consideration which maybe Senator Lpnergan has not done yet He sees evils to be cor reeled and so do the remainder but just how to correct them they havent figured out thus far TALLMADGEFATE IN JURYS HANDS Embalmer Accused of Killing Middle Aged Wife to Wed Younger Woman OREGON case of Guy Tallmadge paunchy little em balmer charged with murdering his middle aged wife in order to be free to marry a younger woman was given to the jury at a CST Thursday The deliberation was started after defense demand for a mistrial was overruled by Circuit Judge Harry Edwards Special Prosecutor Fred Gardner in his closing argument read the 56 year old defendants confession and attacked the defense contention that the bald embalmer was mentally when he slew his wife alegedly so he could marry Mrs Frances Birch red haired widow Russia surely will bolt the neutral ity agreement in protest against alleged German Italian and Por tuguese aid to the Spanish insur Others predict that Germany and Italy in the event of a soviet bolt will take drastic counter action That may bring the long dreaded E u r o p ewide fascistcommunist showdown Conier in Berlin With Count Galleazzo Ciano the Italian foreign minister in Berlin conferring with the German foreign minister Baron Konstantin von Neurath a high nazi official Thurs day afternoon said definitely the two countries had reached an agree ment for united action on Spain This agreement it was stated was predicated on fascist capture of Madrid and the possible estab lishment by the defeated Madrid government of a republic in auton omous Catalonia President Manuel Azana already is in Barcelona the Catalonian cap ital and there have been numerous indications the whole government will shortly move there Germany and Italy informed sources in Rome have stated will recognize a fascist Spanish govern ment as soon as Madrid falls Mos cow has made it plain it will not grant recognition to such a con quest Hostages Held Meanwhile with persons reported held in Madrid as hostages nformed Paris sources predicted French warships would evacuate any government officials who de sire to leave the capital as well as refugees The French vessels were ready to leave for Alicante to effect evacua tions following acceptance of the mercy plan by Madrid Disordered government troops fell back behind improvised barbed wire entanglements just outside 10 miles from the capital at Mostoles after fascists moved strong forces into captured Navalcarnero Key City of Madrids vital defenses From their new field headquar ters at Navalcarnero platoons of Gen Jose Varelas insurgent troops pushed eastward to contact other fascisf columns operating Young Britt Farmer Drowned in River A Bead a Day Kept Death Away bead a day has kept death away from 20 month old Bobby Fowler oE Washington D C Bobbys esophagus was severely burned last April when he drank some lye and as a result his throat gradually closed An operation was performed to permit a tiny opening Small beads one a day uttached to a string were given Bobby to swallow thns making the opening larger each day The string runs from Bobby a tube inserted in the wall of the abdomen Bobby now takes food BROTHER MAKES HUNT AND FINDS BODYOFPSOTKA Youth Believed to Have Fallen in on Survey of Trap Line Believed to have ac cidentally tumbled into the water while on a survey of trapping pros pects the body of Albert Psotka 22 Bohemian farmer was found early Thursday morning on the Dr D F Bradshaw farm The young man resided 4 miles east of Britt When found Psotka was fully clothed and his gun was lying be side him He had apparently stum bled and fallen head first into the Iowa river said the Hancock county coroner who investigated Found by Brother A brother of the victim Jerry found the body when Albert failed to return home His car had been left near with the lights turned on The body was found about 6 oclock in the morning and taken to the Boughton funeral home No evidence of foul play was dis covered Coroner Kenneth F Boughton said Among those wno arrived soon on the scene of the tragedy were Dr Bradshaw Peter Falada George Hadacek John C Buzicky Frank J Schoun Ben Katuin and Alf Beaumont Kites Probably Saturday The victim is survived Landon Ordered to Stay in Bed Throat Infected Unable to Appear Train Makes Stop at El Paso Psotka several brothers and sisters Funeral arrangements cave not been completed although it is thought the services will probably be Saturday morning at St Wen ceslaus church at Duncan Father Skaulskey in charge on the ToledoMadrid highway Once join ed the southwestern army would strike together toward the capital commanders declared Politics on The Air TIME CENTRAL STANDARD THURSDAY NIGHT 6 east 10 west William Hard and Thomas Wag staff of Kansas WJZNBC Col Frank Knox Jeffersoniandemocrats WJZ NBC WORMBS Al Smith and N Y state 8 Gov H H Lehman FRIDAY Republican WEAFNBC p Landon Radio clubs 9 p Presi dent Roosevelt EL PASO Alf M Landon republican presidential can didate was ordered by Dr Frank Schuster Thursday to remain in bed on his special train enroute to Okla homa City Dr Schuster who was called to the special train here told the gov ernor a throat infection he is suffer ing might spreadtothe larynx and temporarily destroy his voice unless he rests The doctor declined to permit the candidate to appear before a crowd that had anticipated a platform speech here Governor Landon conferred briefly with Walter H Case republican county chairman as his sunflower special campaign train halted here 15 minutes for operating purposes on its return trip from California Speaking before a station crowd estimated by Detective Capt W C Woolverton at 500 J Reuben Clark former ambassador to Mexico praised settlement of the United StatesMexico boundary and de nounced imperialism both in indi viduals and We Want Clark represented Landon as the ideal man for cries of we want Landon arose Clark said he brought greet ings and best wishes and the hope that you will excuse him from ap pearing because of his strenuous campaign A few boos were heard as the crowd expressed its disappointment but they remained about the rear platform now and then calling for the nominee Heading for Oklahoma City where an address Friday morning is ex pected to touch on government re lief and the republican pres idential candidate paused Wednes day night at Phoenix to say I take my stand on the American system of government against all at Phoenix At Phoenix a crowd estimated at by Mayor John H Udall cheered as Landon concluded and bent over the railing of his private car to grasp the outstretched hands of scores The fundamental issue as I see it in this Landon asserted is whether we shall maintain our American system of government or whether we shall surrender it for another and very dirferenfc system This is a question above party a question that challenges our most serious consideration not as demo crats or republicans but as Ameri cans I Through the constitution our forefathers gave the government they established certain rights and duties But they specifically kept for themselves and their children the right to live their own lives to speak freely to write freely and to worship according to the dictates of People Have Choice Landon continued the people of this country have a choice between the American system they aave always known and an opposite system This will determine whether they and their children will remain a free people capable of self gov ernment or be dominated by an all powerful central authority I am not questioning the human itarian intentions of the present ad ministration But I do wish to point out the threatening character of the means the administration uses to carry opt its intentions There can be no question as to the road down which we are being Asserting this threatened change in OUT form of government is not the nominee declared the new dealers have allowed nothing to deter them in their plan to make over our political social and eco nomic Forms of Government Forms of government under which all power is placed in the hands of a ruler with the people get ting only such incidental liberties as he allows to trickle down to Landon said are creeping over the Such a change he continued will strike directly into the homes jobs and lives of every one of Addressing his remarks to the southwests cattlemen Landon said we see in the present administra of the grazing act another ex ample ot federal bureaucracy run He did not elaborate If bv one means or another rights to regulate can be set up such reg ulations will not stop with teltog farmers how many bushels of pota toes thfly can harvest Will Be Argued If tbis power of regulation shall be fully established it will then be argued there is equal authority to tell a man to cease farming entire ly and start digging ditches or to order women to cease wearing silk and rayon and to begin wearing cotton ones Or to order all work ing men to worktwicetheir present at half their present The men who framed and forced the passage of these Landon continued have not chang ed their ideas They are only biding their time can put them in full effect In let me repeat what I aaid when I accepted the nomina LOOK INSIDE FOR SMITH W BROOKHABT Former Senator Backs Roosevelt ReElection ON PAGE 2 Meetings on Seed Corn Loans Are Scheduled ON PAGE 3 Ossie Solem May Feel Alumni Wrath at Iowa ON PAGE 13 Needed Still for Community Chest tion of my party for the presidency I would not have you believe that I think the constitution is above cliange People Have Bight The people have the right by the means they have prescribed to amend the constitution as they see fit I Jo believe however that the underlying principles of that char ter of our freedom must be main tained we are to continue to go forward under the protection of our American form of During Wednesdays long ride from Los Angeles London worked on an address on foreign affairs scheduled for delivery in Indianapo lis Saturday night Conferring with him were William R Castle former undersecretary of state in Presi dent Hoovers cabinet and J Reu ben Clark former ambassador to Mexico who introduced Landon at Phoenix There were cheers and a few boos when Clark said we confidently expect Landons election Aa Clark said you can believe Landon the crowdapplauded He s not telling you something with his mouth and keeping back something in hia Clark add HENRYWALLAGE TO GIVE SPEECH Secretary of Agriculture to Appear at Armory Thursday Night Arrangements were being com pleted Thursday afternoon for the address to be delivered by Henry Wallace secretary of agriculture at the armory at 8 oclock Thursday evening Mr Wallace was expected to ar rive here from Ringsted where he gave an address in the afternoon at a district cornhusking contest in time to attend an informal dinner beforemaking his talk He will leave on the Milwaukee train for Chicago following the address The secretary will be introduced at the armory by George Ludeman chairman of the county democratic central committee IWERS BROTHERS INVESTED WELL Davenport Bond Broker Is Witness in Hearing on Contest Iowas Taste of Winter Is Not Yet Over 18 Degrees at Cresco 19 at Northwood 22 Here Almost winter weather was ex perienced in Iowa Thursday after a night that saw temperatures drop as low as 18 above in the northern part of the state and the weather man forecast a hard freeze for Thursday night with the mercury skidding down to 15 degrees in North Iowa Cresco reported the heaviest freezeof the season with the mer cury dropping to 18 degrees Water froze to a depth of half an inch A minimum temperature of 19 degrees was reached at Northwood early Thursday for the lowest this season The previous low was 29 The first snow flurry was early Wednesday Mason City recorded 22 above Down From Canada The cold that moved into Iowa Wednesday from the Canadian northwest brought a low of 22 at Sioux City and freezing tempera tures in all the rest of the state ex cept the southwest corner Temperatures averaged 12 de grees below the normal Thursday the weatherman said In southwest Iowa he predicted temperatures would hit a low of 20 Thursday night while the south east part of the statewas due for lows in the neighborhood of 22 de grees Growing Season Ends Such Hies enc of the growing season over all thr state the weatherman said Wednesdays high temperaturi was 52 at Keokuk While it was cloudy over eas Iowa Thursday morning the predic tion called for clearing skies and fair weather Thursday night which probably will continue Friday I was clear in North Iowa Keokuk reported a trace of ran during the last 24 hours for the onlj precipitation in the state Fireman Overcome by Gas Fumes Dies DAVENPORT IF George Ricker 68 fireman at St Ambrose college who wasovercome by gas fumes from a boiler Wednesday died during the night TIPTON N Ellstrom Davenport bond broker testified Thursday that the Iwer brothers who left a fortune were shrewd investors even though they did use a machine shed on their farm for a bank As he evaluated a number of municipal bonds Ellstrom said only one group purchased by the Iwers now is below par and that the ma jority of the bonds they purchased are well above par He valued the bonds included in the John Iwers estate at and those left by Henry at Thereafter attorneys for the 17 persons atacking validity of the jvill left by Henry Iwers which be queathed all the property amassed jy the bachelorfarmer brothers to sir and Mrs Louis Voss called ileuel Cook Davenport attorney to he stand Signature Not Genuine Cook testified he did not think j the signature of the late H D Snoke attorney who signed the will as a witness was genuine Dora Walter of Atlantic also was a witness She is one of the con testants and testified her grand mother Mrs Frederick Jurgens was a sister of Hans D Iwers fath er of the now dead bachelor broth ers William John and Henry Rolls of bills bulging envelopes of securities and coins totaling all part of the Iwers es tate were brought into the court room under guard as an exhibit in the hearing Wednesday Money iu Evidence Introduction of tne money as evi dence took place while Bmil Krebs the first of 17 relatives objecting to the Iwers will was on the witness stand Krebs identified the box and the money The treasure itself how ever was not marked as an exhibit and left in court because of the ne cessity of maintaining a special guard Krebs told the jury that Henry Iwers last of the brothers whose will is being contested had behaved queerly during his last years Krebs testified that he once called upon Henry and his brother John as they were working in a corn field Henry he said attempted to run and hide as he approached The Henry Iwers estate includes 880 acres of land in Cedar county besides treasure TteWeather FORECAST IOWA Fair Thursday night and probably Friday slightly cower in extreme east portion hard freeze general Thursday night not so cold Friday after noon MINNESOTA Fair not so cold in northwest portion Thursday night Friday increasing cloudi ness with slowly rising tempera possibly snow or rain northwest by night IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 41 Minimum in Night At 8 A M Thursday North lowans Thursday morning bad their first real look at ice this season The mercury dipped 10 de grees below the melting mark and freezing temperature prevailed until well into the forenoon Thurs day F R DECLARES CONNECTICUT IS HAPPIER STATE n Bid for 8 Electoral Votes That He Lost 4 Years Ago BVD HAROLD OLIVER W IT H ROOSEVELT MOTOR CADE IN CONNECTICUT Hailing happier times and pledging federal aid for flood control Presi dent Roosevelt carried his reelec tion drive in New England down a hundred mile stretch of Connecticut valley Thursday with thousands of citizens in half a dozen towns cheering him along the way After telling a great crowd in Bushnell park in Hartford that prosperity was back and was to the president began his second all day motor trip down a rolling and curving two lane high way rimmed with splashing autum nal coloring toward Stamford There he was to reboard his spe cial train which he left at the state capitol and start back to Washing on Cars Kept in Line A large squad of motorcycle po lice kept the long motorcade in an orderly line contrasting with the wild four lane highway race that kept the party on edge lor several hours for the first part of a 160 mile drive in Rhode Island and Mas sachusetts The presidents first stop after leaving Hartford was at Middle town where he spoke briefly from his car A church carillon chimed out Hail to the Chief and school children waved tiny American flags As at Hartford the president said he waa glad to get a first hand idea the floods had done in the valley and pledged hia administration to do its share toward controlling them Alive to Flood Problem Your government is very much alive to the flood he said adding it required planning through interstate compacts and federal action At Hartford in a bid for the eight electoral votes of Connecticut which went republican in 1932 President Roosevelt declared Con necticut is a happier state than it was four years ago I am here to talk with your of ficials about he said I am here also I am told as a candidate for In Close Touch The reason why your govern ment in Washington has to keep in close touch with the states and cit he said is the fact your river here crosses four states The prob lem of flood involves more than one state There are two approaches to that problem first by themethod of co operation between in terstate compact Im glad to say the states of New Eng land arc working together planning lor the control of floods But that method is insufficient in itself You cannot ask the state oC Vermont for example to pay the Sister of PARIS Allard 88 sister of the famed French writer Alphonse Daudet died Thursday Nine Rahs for Mason Citys Sales Event 88e DAYS THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Youll feel like cheering too when you see the extraordinary values that Mason City stores have for 88c DAYS entire cost of controlling the wat ers that pass through Vermont The benefits are to come to Massachu setts and Ready to Do Share He said the federal government stood ready to do its share toward flood prevention in the future Its a happier Connecticut I come back to than it wks in he said I dont particularly like figures but in this state employ ment x the city of Hartford alone is 45 per cent greater this year than it waa ic 1932 Aggregate payrolls are per cent greater than the spring of 1933 Twentythree thousand work ers have been reemployed by pri vate industry and the payrolls are running at the rate of a year more Building construction ia up four times what it was and the retail stores are gelling 20 per cent more merchandise than they sold then Prosperity to Stay I regard the state of Connecticut as very much a part of the he said adding I am glad that prosperity is back with us again And believe me its going to A big cheer went up with this statement He concluded with a belief ha would get a telegram on the third of November telling him the state 01 Connecticut was in the democrat ic column The president drove to the parK through streets lined with cheering citizens Governor Wilbur L Cross rode with him and Mrs Roosevelt Senator King DUtah was among the distinguished guests on the platform The thousands spread over tha
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