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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 24, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                Final Final Purdue Minnesota Northwestern Ohio State Final Iowa State NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME Final Final n Notre Dame Pittsburgh THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLHI FIVE CENTS A COPY HSSOC1ATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SEKV1UE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 24 1936 SECTION ONE NO 14 Japan Woos Philippines Making Friendships With Its Hearty Hospitality By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON CPA The Japanese accord ing to dispatcnes from Manilla seem to have launched a cam paign to win the P h i 1 i ppines in anticipation o f the islands inde pendence not by a grab as on the Asiatic m a i n land but by gain ing the Filipinos d e v oted friend ship R e p r e senta tives of the Jap anese govern ment and of Japanese business are described as continually ac tive in Manila and elsewhere throughout the archipelago ar ranging for parties of influential Filipinos to visit Nippon When these tourist0 arrive there they are treated royally Filipino newspapermen are es pecially catered to Upon their return home they naturally speak extremely well of the manner in which the mikados officialdom and the Japanese public generally entertain them ProJapanese Sentiment Thus it is said a strong Japanese sentiment is being ated throughout the islands The Japanese can be perfectly heavenly to visitors When a visitor however falls foul of regulations he car have a terrible time Oa my own couple of stays in Japan I found the Japanese the most hospitable hosts with whom I ever was thrown into contact They almost overdid their hospi tality it was oppressive I had a camera Involved in Trouble Since then there have been cases j in which foreigners have involved i themselves in serious trouble by I taking the most innocent snapj shots on the theory that informa tion was being gathered for future air raids NEW ACCUSATIONS ROCK EUROPE Demonstrators Demand Higher Wages for WPA NOTALLOWEDTO SEE ROOSEVELT THREEARRESTED Workers Alliance Group Finally Gets to Talk to Mclntyre WASHINGTON a tur bulent demonstration during which three leaders were arrested a dele gation from the Workers Alliance of America Saturday was success ful in arranging to deposit at the white house a demand for higher wages for WPA workers David Lasser president of the al liance who was arrested and later released along with two of his com panions when police sought to break up a parade in front of WPA head quarters finally reached Marvin Mclntyre at the white house The presidential secretary agreed to receive a delegation from the al liance Backed by between 300 and 400 representatives a delegation earlier had been turned back at the white house gates The marching demonstration in front of WPA headquarters followed March to White House Shortly before 2 p the dele gation marched again to tne white house Mclntyre refused to ask Presi dent Roosevelt for permission to see him personally but agreed to re ceive them himself In his telephone conversation with Mclntyre Lasser said in ans wer to a question from the i bite house secretary Not so good The abundant lite I in Washington does not agree with i us very After going to the white house a I shot pictures in every direction j of 25 had a conference pro cre LOOK INSIDE FOR RICHARD F MITCHELL Bachelor Member of Supreme Court Weds ON PAGE 2 Trojans Preps Win in WeekEnd Grid Tussles ON PAGE 9 Funeral for Pioneer Merchant HeI3 ON PAGE 8 Hampton Woman Kills Self by Taking Gas ON PAGE s LANDON mm BID FOR INDIANA ELECTORAL VOTE Sees Fighting Campaign Denies Kansas School System Hurt ABOARD LANDON SPECIAL ENROUTE TO INDIANAPOLIS Alf M Landon moving eastward on a mile dash from Pacific to Atlantic assigned the weekend Saturday to a bid for In dianas 14 presidential electoral votes In a major speech at Indianapolis Saturday night the republican nominee was expected to discuss foreign affairs Turning his drive southward af ter leaving Indianpolis Sunday af ternoon p m C S Landon scheduled a speech making stop at Baltimore at a M Monday before reaching Phila delphia for a major address Mon day night Tuesday night he will speak in Pittsburgh Then he plan ned to stop in Newarw N at noon Wednesday on his way to New York for the speech of the campaign Thursday night Fighting Campaign eamidgn in as and never was questioned I had access to cabinet members The sky was the limit However I had exceptionally good introductions I was correspondent for an Amer ican news agency affiliated with a similar Japanese agency This news agency was and is a powerful organization Not So Royally scheduled with Aubrey Williams j deputy WPA administrator To Appear in Court Lasser said that he and his two companions would appear in court Tuesday morning to answer the charges lodged against them He said they probably would be repre sented by an attorney for the civil liberties union Lasser and Herbert Benjamin or But J have heard of other for1 ganization secretary were released ogners who have not been so roy1 on 525 bond on charges of parad ajly treated jng without a permit John Kelly To an extent has been their organizer in Lackawanna county cwn faJit Usually they have been j Pennsylvania was released on 510 Occidentals who unaccustomed to for resisting arrest treating the meek Chinese roughly have tried to treat the Jananese similarly The Japanese wont stand for it Japan certainly is not open to criticism for trying to win the Fili pinos friendship by sociability rath er than by coercion Nevertheless one cant but won der j If sociability fails to work in the j long run wont there be a tendency toward coercion All three had struggled when they were taken from the marching line near Emergency hospital not far from the executive mansion IOWA WEATHER NOT SO COLD 1 emperatures Climb From Below Freezing Level All Over State DES MOINES weather man reported Saturday lowans can expect so cool weather this weekend as temperatures rose from the depths which brought freezing weather throughout the state this week Temperatures at 7 a Satur day reported from all sections of the state however were still about seven degrees below normal Highest temperature in the last 24 hours was reported by Sioux City with 54 degrees Charles City re ported a low of 20 degrees early Saturday morning Mason City had 28 degrees Skies throughout the state were clear Saturday but the weather man foresaw more or less unsettled weather in store for Sunday with possible showers in the northeast portion Diem of Fractared SkulL DES MOINES Host eller 63 Des Moines died of a fractured skull suffered when struck by a car Wednesday night Motorcycle Crashes Streetcar 3 Killed YOKOHAMA Japan children crammed in the sidecar of a motorcycle after begging a ride were killed Saturday when the ma chine crashed into a trolley car The driver also was killed FORECAST IOWA Generally fair and not so cool Saturday night Sunday more or less unsettled possibly showers in the northeast portion warmer in the east and south portions MINNESOTA Unsettled Sat urday night and Sunday showers probable warmer Saturday night and in extreme southeast Sunday somewhat cooler Sunday in west central portion IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 47 Minimum in Night 28 At 8 A M Saturday 38 The mercury after descending to 16 Thursday night was back in the temperate zone Friday night and its ascent continued Saturday WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO weather out look for the period October 26 o 31 For the Upper Mississippi and Lower Missouri Valleys and the Northern and Central Great Plains region Not much precipitation indi cated for the southern portion with one or two periods northern por tions seasonable temperatures for the most part SECOND VICTIM OF CRASH DIES Third Critically Hurt When Oakland Boys Car Is Hit by Train AVQCA Palmer 17 Oakland died in the Mercy hospital at Council Bluffs at 8 a Sat urday from head injuries suffered when the car in which be wasriding Friday night was struck by a train here Palmer was the second victim of the crash Robert Guderyon 17 an other Oakland high school youth was instantly killed and William Wolverton 17 of Avoca vas crit ically injured The boys were returning to Oak land from a high school football game here Their car was struck by a Rock Island westbound passenger train on the south outskirts of Avoca The boys apparently did not hear the train which does not stop i at Avoca There is nothing to ob I struct the view approaching the crossing Guderyon was a member of the Oakland high school band which played at the football game Politics on The A ir TIME IS CENTRAL STANDARD Saturday night p M W Thatcher 8 Gov A M Landon WABC and N Y State Judge W F Bleakley and N Y State 8 Gvv H H Lehman Jeffersonian Democrats WJZ NBC WORMBS 9 Al Smith WOR Bainbridge Colby Sundav Republican WEAFNBC p and WJZNBC both speakers to be WHO1 Verne Marshall Monday p Landon radio clubs WHO 8 p Goveii or Landon to be an nounced I everywheni else is campaign on the part republi cans and independents and demo crats for good Lan don said in a brief statement We want a government that is concerned about the economic rights and the opportunities of the aver age man We want a government that is also concerned about the pocketbooks of everybody We are all paying taxes every day in our lives This is serious business to all of us The kind of government that we aregoing to live under and do business under in our local com munities in our state and in nation is always serious business Weighed Every Word So I have weighed very careful ly every word and every pledge that I have made in this campaign I shall continue to do so To me the platform adopted at Cleveland is a pact with the American people on which the republican party must make good Party platforms to me are not to be thrown away in the waste paper basket after Swinging across Oklahoma Mis souri and Landon made some concessions to a cold and sore throat but apparently was feeling much improved At Tulsa he denounced as utterly untrue and deceitful vilification statements he attribut ed to an unnamed member of my optionents immediate family that Kansas school children were de prived of educational Neither the governor nor his aides elaborated on the immediate fam ily reference Wife Took Old Hni Wearing a hat the candidate asked the indulgence of the crowd by Police Sergent H L Stege at of his cold I wear the same size hat as a presidential candidate as I did when I came down here as an oil he added Wheres your old hunting hat Alf A voice shouted My wife took it away from Landon rejoined and the crowd laughed Changing his tone the candidate denounced the malicious charge that 458 schools have been closed in Kansas depriving boys and girls of common school I state he said that anyone who makes that charge is guilty of peddling a Landon continued Resents Falsification I resent the deliberate falsifica tion of the facts that has been made about the educational system of Kansas It would have been bad enough had this campaign of de ceitful vilification of Kansas been made by political underlings When utterly untrue charges are made openly by a member of my oppon ents immediate family x x x my indignation knows no Asserting not a single boy or girl in Kansas has been deprived of the educational advantages that are rightfully Landon said the truth is that the closing of these 458 schools represents a real step F R Gives Up Cruise to Write Talks WASHINGTON tell ing businessmen the new deal aims to keep politics out of President Roosevelt looked forward Saturday to a restful weekend be fore entering the home stretch drive of his race for reelection The president and other high new deal officials spoke by radio Friday night to businessmenforRoosevelt dinners in several cities Earlier he outlined h i s windup campaign schedule for the remaining 10 days of the campaign Swinging next week through New York Pennsylvania New Jersey and 102 electoral votes in will average more than a speech a day for the rest of the campaign Cruise Giving up a tentative plan for a weekend cruise on the Potomac the president today remained in his white house study to work on the more important of nine speeches he will make next week White house officials said the chief executive hoped to have com pleted before he leaves Washington Tuesday night political addresses he will deliver in Harris burg Thursday in Brooklyn Friday night and in Madison Square Garden Saturday night Extemporaneous Talks The other political talks at Wilkes Barre Caniden N and Wilmington Thursday are expected to be extemporaneous along with a talk to Bronx women leaders Saturday noon Speeches described as of a non political character are scheduledfor Howard university here Monday and in New York Harbor at the statue of liberty fiftieth anniversary exer cises on Wednesday afternoon The Harrisburg speech probably will deal with agriculture officials said Speaks to Diners To diners at banquets sponsored Friday night by the proRoosevelt good neighbor league the president spoke by radio from his white house study declaring the administration had dragged private enterprise back out of the pit into which it had fallen in He also declared that the new deal after freeing government from the control of a handful of monop olistic businessmen was now free ing business also from their domi We are he said to keep politics out of business But at the same time we ask that business refrain from coercion in He added that a few employers had tried to frighten workers by mentioning the social security act as one meas ure which had been misrepresented Must Hold to Resolve As profits return and the values of securities and investments come back the president said we must hold constantly to the resolve never again to become committed to the philosophy of the boom era to in dividualism run Speaking on the same hookup other cabinet officers joined the president on the program Secretary Morgenthau declared business is showing its confidence in the future by laying down money on the barrel and added We have so improved and strengthened the federal tax struc ture that It is providing additional revenues easily sufficient to insure an early balancing of the budget and thereafter a rapid reduction in the public Have Proved Sound Asserting that Roosevelt policies have proved sound in reestablish ing Secretary Roper asked for that continuity of ad ministration that will assure sta bility x x x Jesse Jones chairman of the re construction finance corporation described the buying power creat ed by of govern ment and not fool ourselves into believing that we could have come this far in re covery on our own steam without government MINNESOTA HAS 60 LEAD OVER PURDUE AT HALF Gophers Stop Scoring Threats Staged by Boilermakers BULETIN Uram on a lateral pass ran 37 yards for a touchdown for Minnesota early in the third quarter of the Minne sotaPurde game Saturday Bud Wilkinsons placekick counted the extra point to make the score Minnesota 13 Purdue 0 MINNEAPOLIS Stopping two serious scoring threats by Purdue Minnesota led the Boilermakers 6 to 0 at the end of the first half of their Western conference football game here Saturday Alfonse counted a touchdown for the Gophers in die first quarter when he received a lat eral from Uram who had plunged through Purdues right tackle from the 14 to the 7 yard line One Purdue threat ended when Minnesota recovered a fumble on its own 15 yard line after the Boiler makers had marched 70 yards from their own 15 on five straight first downs The second ended in a pass Minnesota intercepted to gain possession on its five yard mark Back on their own 45 yard line in the last minute of play in the first half the Golden Gophers on a sensational play scored a touch down which however was nullified by a holding penalty Andy Uram passed to Bud Wilkinson who eluded the Boilermakers safety man and ran for the touchdown but the score was not counted because of the pen alty which set the Thundering Herd back to its 30 as the half ended Will Speak Here GUY M GILLETTE DEMOCRATSTO CONDUCT RALLY Nominee for Senator Wi Speak at Local Armory Monday Night Guy M Gillette Cherokee repre sentative in ninth district and democratic nom inee for United States senator will speak at a rally to be held at the Monday evening at 8 Football Scores forward inthe improvement of ed ucational facilities in my Landon said the schools closed were rural schools in which only a few children were enrolled and the school districts did the sensible thing by sending the children to consolidated units with better facil ities for all concerned SECOND PERIOD Dartmouth 6 Harvard 0 Carnegie Tech 0 Holy Cross 0 Navy 0 Princeton 0 Rutgers 0 Yale 7 Brown 6 Penn 28 Lafayette 0 Colgate 21 Columbia 0 Michigan 7 Coe 6 Cornell 0 FIRST PERIOD Coe 0 Cornell 0 Kansas 0 Kansas State 13 Michigan State 0 Marquette 0 St Marys 6 Fordham 7 Rutgers 0 Yale 0 Dartmouth 0 Harvard 0 Carnegie Tech 0 Holy Cross 0 Penn State 0 Cornell 7 Navy 0 Princeton 0 Brown 0 Penn 14 Villanova 6 Boston U 0 Detroit 0 Manhattan 0 Springfield 0 Army 13 Georgetown 0 New York U armory oclock The high school band will give a short concert preceding the meet ing which is being held under the sponsorship of the Ceiro Gordo county democratic central commit tee and the Cerro Gordo County Democratic ExService Mens league Mr Gillette has a public career over a period of years starting with the state senate following which he was elected to congress His achievements in the national i legislature included the writing arid i procuring the passage of the law for lower interest rates on farm loans He organized and was elected chairman of the Prairie States Farm Group congressmen of 10 states to fight the cause of agri culture Contrary to the general impres sion that he was opposed to the AAA legislation Mr Gillette voted for the measure in its final form after six amendments had been made at his suggestion George Ludeman chairman of the Cerro Gordo county democratic central committee said He is regarded as one of the most able speakers on the political stage in the present campaign and local democrats are anticipating a i crowded armory for the occasion 0 LIVERMOREMAN ELECTROCUTED Body of Livermore Marshal Not Removed for 15 Minutes Town Marshal Eric Anderson was electro cuted shortly before noon Saturday while repairing volt electric light lines near the business dis trict It took 15 minutes to get the body down His wife and son sur vive 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 Have You Read Your Newspaper 1 What candidate of what party was prevented from malt ing an address in Terre Haute by an egg throwing mob 2 Who is Manuel Azana 3 What Michigan senator died 4 What ailment interferred with Governor Landons speak ing tour 5 In connection with what kidnaping case were Ellis H Parker famous detective and his son arrested 6 The ouster of what football coach at what Big Ten university was reported sought by a group of alumni 7 For what was Mrs Anne Sullivan Macy noted 8 What did H R Ekins New Yprk newspaper reporter do 9 What American film star was enjoiiied in English court from matang pictures for any firm except that which holds her contract 10 Mason City was visited by what member of President Roose velts cabinet ANSWERS ON PAGE 2 SPAIN CHARGES PORTUGAL WITH SINKING VESSEL Mussolini Talks Peace and War Has Further German Support By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A dark tempest of grave new charges and ominous words with blood spattered Spain at the vor tex engulfed Europe Saturday There was one bright spot in the Mussolinis decla ration at Bologna of a message of peace to the message which he said was possible because Italy iould pluck an olive branch from her forest of eight million bayonets The world said II Duce should work in peace and find peace in work These cyclonic developments stood out in relief from the background of political storm Portuguese Are Accused 1 Spain its capital cringing be neath the echoing roar of fascist bombers charged authoritarian Portugal with the death of 40 Span ish government sailors in a naval battle during which it a Portuguese motorship painted like a German vessel sank the motor ship Fernando Pp 2 Soviet Russia following up its cryptic announcement it will not be bound by the European hands oft Spain agreement any more than anyother its de mand before a nonintervention subcommittee for a blockade of Por tugal to stop ItaloGennan arms shipments to Spanish insurgents 3 Portugal suddenly broke off diplomatic relations with the Mad rid government Ideal of Fascism 4 With Italy reported pondering withdrawal from the noninterven tion body which met in full session Friday Premier Mussolini in effect cried out to Italians at Corridbnia Intervention is the purest ideal of 5 Madrid in new charges against Germany declared 15 German sub marines had entered the Mediter ranean nine days ago and that on Oct 8 160 German youths reached Seville in an open boat with 13 anti aircraft guns tor insurgent use 6 Germany while Reichsfuhrer Adolph Hitler entertained Count Galeazzo Ciano il duces foreign minister and soninlaw granted recognition to Italian Ethiopia won by a war which the league of na tions stamped s Moscow Stand Explained Moscows diplomatic disavowal of any closer neutrality ties than the nations which she accuses of send ing arms to Italy and explained in two ways A should the world charge sia with breaking up the neutrality pact Russia can reply by citingal leged previous fascist violations and her own clarification of her pogi Uon B Should the world smile upon Russias step she can say she was the only nation frank and honest enough to demand that the ly treated Madrid government have the right to buy arms For the time being Russia remaip ed therefore in the nonintervention committee And on one was strictly silent Whether or not she is going to send arms to Spain To Be Decided Remaining to be decided by the nonintervention group which will meet as a full body again next Wed nesday was the authenticity of Mosi cows charges against the fasciirt states and their countercharges to the effect that Russia has sent arms to the Spanish government in the guise of food shipments The European tornado all but overshadowed in Spain More than 20 insurgent bombing planes showered the fortified region around Madrid with high explosives Saturday Returning pilots said the Getafe ajid Cuatro Vientos airports at the edge of the capital had been com pletely abandoned No Planes to Fight The fact that pursuit which accompanied the found no government planes to fight and the the air ports were empty caused insurgent officers to believe government pilots had refused to take the air It also was reported the remain inggovernment planes weretoeimf used to transport Madrid to Barcelona The government has lost more than SO planes in the last month over insurgent lines but insurgent   

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