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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 26, 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 COP ASSOCIATED PRZSS LEAI5ED W1RB SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER THIS PAPER CONSISTS OP TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 16 Hull Gives F R Credit President Did Not Originate Trade Policy FALL TO DEATHS By CHARLES P STEWART A S H I N G T 0 N CPA It was loyal and sell ab negatingin sec retary C o r d e 11 Hull to deny all credit for his in tonational trade policy and to give credit to President Roose velt But it w a s nt overly accurate I am not sure just how long it is since Secretary Hull first outlined to me his philoso phy of interna tional trade and financial relationships How ever it was when Jie was in the house of representatives In the meantime he has served a term in the senate and nearly four years in the cabinet Thus it a decade GIRUO IS HELD Mason City Man Hit by Car and Killed TO B VICTIM OF Mans Body Hurtles to Earth Three Minutes After Childs SAN ANTONIO A man identified as J A McPhirspn 45 year olc Chicago advertising man and hi 10 year old daughter Joan fell to their deaths from the twelfth floor of a Plaza hote here Monday morning Witnesses said the girl on a street near an entrance of the hotel at about Bystand er oneand a half at the least cali ers rushed o the girls body three minutes later tht man relations board Vset ff the same philosophy to j came hurtling to the ground aid the tie industrial disputes Court Will Decide Two Labor Cases WASHINGTON Two cases involving constitutionality of the Wagner labor relations act were added Monday by the supreme court j to the list of new deal litigation awaiting a final decision In a brief announcement the tribunal agreed to pass on chal lenges of the legislation filed by the Associated Press and by the Washington Virginia and Maryland Coach company The act wan sustained by lower courts in both controversies Divorce Judge a that he has put into practice j in the state department Hull did not acquire it from rowd scattered screaming McPherson and the girl i gitercd the at ihe hotel Saturday night Held Up and Robbed He identified himself to hotel em ployes as a Chicago advertising man and said he and his daughter had been held up and robbed of their i baggage and money near Roosevelt Texas He said he expected to re ceive SOIEC money Monday morning Police disclosed they had receiv ed a telegram from John J McCar thy St Louis chief of police ask ing that a man named McPhrson and his daughter be arrested in con nection with disappearance oi an automobile there Sept 26 present white bouse tenant either Preached for years Long before Franklin D Roose velt was a cjnsiderable figure in public life CordeU Hull w a s preiichrag the doctrine that na tional prosperity is dependent upon prosperity At the height of tile American boon period HHull not that a crash was inevit able unless commercial barriers between the countries were lev or at least lowered After the crash had occurred still warned thai permanent recovery was im possible witheut a modification in these same barriers This was prior to Rcosevelts ad Reaffirmed position When the Nw Yorker came into i presidential ofiice Hull reaffirmed his position which in effect repudiated in ths in address First things was tae Roosevcltian motto American prosperity initially then worry the rest of the world No American can find fault with this theory if it is practically workable For some while President Roose velt stood that t Is as per his inaugural address Secretary Hull stood pat that it through much official tribulation Finally Hull has had his way with qualifications Well the other day James p Warburg big New York tanker came out for Roosevelt Wins Them Bick He originally was a democrat He flopped from Roosevelt dislik ing i ew methods Now he has flopped back He likes Roose velt no better than ever he did he says but Secretary of State Hull in his idea ol an economist he jTr T r1 L r i win vote for Hull no for RooseLire 1 cimer rirst Lonvict in velt There are ather Rcosevelt bolt ors Dean Acheso3 Ms notable among them who announce that will cas democratic ballots of Hull not Roosevelt Secretary Hulls declaration that Roosevelt nvented his Act on 30 Appeals In acting on approximately 30 appeals the csurt also refused to speed up a final ruling on a petition by Illinois communists to compel state officials to place the names of the communist candidates for I president and vice president on the ballot for the Nov 3 election That action made it impossible for the court to act on the petition until after the election It adjourned Monday until Nov 9 and will spend the intervening time writing opin ions on cases argued during the last two weeks Seven cases involving new deal Investigating officers found two legislation already were under re Pit nif rho tinn envelopes torn to bits in a wast basket in their room addressed to Mrs J A McPherson Chicago A scrap of paper was found on which was written Dear four at Buddy AI and Check on Letters Sheriff Albert W West said he had asked Postmaster Den J Quill to ascertain if letters had been mailed by the man to Chicago Mon day morning Justice of the Peace Bat Corrigan returned inquest verdicts of murder and suicide He said I can see no reason why a child would jump out of the window He must have pushed or thrown her out and then jumped out He said what was apparently a planned itinerary found in his room included the names of cities in Ken tucky Tennessee Georgia Jioulii Carcina Florida Louisiana and Texas IOWA OFFICERS HUNT FUGITIVE 10 Years to Escape ai Fort Madiscn FORTMADISON Mad view by the court No decision on any of these disputes is likely be fore December or January In Few Weeks Arguments on validity of the Wagner act will be heard in a few weeks followed by a final decision Justics Stone who has been fined to his bed for several days with an intestinal ailment was ab sent from the brief session His aides said he expected to be present at the Nov 9 session In addition to the two cases in volving the labor legislation on which the court agreed Monday to rule five other cases evolving the act have I pealed to the high court by the labor relations board which lost in lower courts Supreme court attaches said ar guments on the Wagner act probab ly would be heard in December The arguments will follow those on an attack by the Virginian railway on provisions of the railway labor act guaranteeingcollective bargain ing to rauroad employes IOWA WEEKEND Madrid Airport Bombed by 5 Insurgent Planes Spanish Rebels MISHAPS MAKE 1936 TOLL 404 Thiedermari 66 Injured ELECTION HighwayRailroad Intersection MADRID insurgent bombing planes flew over Madrid Monday afternoon dropped several small bombs on Barajas airport and caused slight damage to buildings j at the aviation field I The fascist ships drew concerted fire from government Julius Thiederman 66 died at a I batteries as they circled over the local hospital about oclock capital Fatally When Struck by Baumgartner Auto HAWKIl Sunday evening from injuries re ceived when struck by a car driven by R 1118 Fourth street southwest The accident oc curred about 7 oclock in the evening na Mr Thiederman was crossing the street at TwentyThird street and South Federal avenue Mr Baumgartner was driving a Ford V8 north on Federal avenue at the time of the accident With in the car were Mrs Baum and their three children the family having just returned to Ma i son City after attending a family re union at Hampton Hit Cros85nf Street Mr Thiederman 425 Twentyfifth street southwest who was crossing Federal avenue from the west wasnt seen by occupants of the Baumgaitner automobile until he appeared from behind one of sev eral automobiles headed the opposite direction and was directly in front of their car only a few feet ahead Mr Baumgartner swerved to the left in an effort to avoid hitting the pedestrian who was struck by the right front fender of the car and thrown to the side of the street The raid followed capture by in surgent troops of a vital highway railroad intersection Monday 25 miles south of Madrid Forced bacK closer to the capital by the successful insurgent thrust government commanders rushed truckloads of newly recruited mili tia to bolster the sagging but intact Madrid line Battering the capitals defense af ter a day long battle the insurgents took the junction between the Aran juez highway and the Levante rail road below Sesena as the devastat ing civil war entered its fifteenth week The victory on the roaJ between Aranjuez and the capital forged an other link in the fascist chain and put the insurgent forces of General Francisco Franco in control of an important communications line for the defense armies Must Cross Bridge The intersection also is at a point where a bridge spans the Jar ama river which the fascists must cross to reach Madrid from the south Although military circles said the Burglars Get Loot at Clothing Store COUNCIL BLUFFS ing store burglars who operated po lice said like two thieves who have taken clothing valued at more than from Iowa stores this month SIMPSON TRIAL SET FOR TUESDAY Crowds Around Tower Hope to Get Glimpse of King Edwards Fnend IPSWICH Sir John Anthony Hawke Monday ev ening set hearing of Ipswich assizes divorce list headed with the intriguing notation Simpson southwesti and two daughters The Baumgartnerscalled officers j thrust left the insurgents in a dan i and an ambulance In the mean time Mr Thiederman appeared to recover from the shock and talked I When taken to the hospital it was revealed that his head face and shoulder suffered injuries from which lie died later in the evening Witnesses of the accident said the not speeding Born at Trenton Mr Thiederman was born July 4 1STO at Trenton Iowa He had resided in the county for tho past 30 years and had been a resident of Mason City for the past 10 years Survivinr Mr Thiederman are his wife Mary i23 Twentyfifth street sus p day j Laura Eveiyn and three sons Bert I jerous the entire civil population of Ciempozuelos about 17 miles south of Madrid on the Aranjuez highway was speedily re moved 1 Communications between Madrid and Aranjuez which at latest re ports was still in government hands wore routed to the east through Cbinchon 1 Aranjue was one of two immedi ate objectives of the fascists bat tling toward Madrid from the south The other attempted to cut the Val encia railroad further east Thrust Back Charges Strong lines of the Madrid peo ples army stretched from Valde moro 17 miles south of Madrid in a human wall for about two miles to Don and Lyle Two sisters Mrs Roy j thwart fascist attacks seeking to Disclosing his decision just before i Lightbody Mason City and Mrs I cut Aranjuez off from Madrid court adjourned Mr Justice Hawke indicated the seven undefended di Henry Schultz Newell S 1 and two brothers Louis Boise vorce petitions only cases remainj Idaho and John California also ing to be heard would not be taken I survive up before Tuesday afternoon i Funeral arrangements for Mr policy left these folk i of the Warburg and Achcson type out on a limb The policy was Hulls But because it proved to be a soot thing Hull generous rnough or perhaps he has political reason to rana benefit to Sold it to Pireriident This story to an extent is a ison prison officials searched day for N H Evans life termer who escaped Sunday the first conj broke into Ethingtons clothes shop Monday cutting short Mis Wallis Simpsons suspense The judge hustled through his Thiederman had not been completed docket of criminal and civil cases Monday The body was taken to the repetition of one wrote a few days ago dealing Hulls cabi net record At the time of that writing however Hull had not yet spoker of himself a mere follower of the aii his activities in the state department Of course the president was acquiescent or the secretary could have goni ahoad with his program But certainly it was not tho Rooscveltian program on inaug uration day as anyone can learn hy a rereading of his address and just as certainly it bsen Hull1 years priorto that Obviously Hull sold it to th Foil like James P Warburg aivi Dean Achescm should not be de ceived by Hulls modesty Minnesota Has First Below Zero Weather ST Minnesotas finit below zero weather of the season reported Monday from road on the states northern border where the mercury dropped lo sight below Bemidji also in the northern erf the state had a minimum of l below after the mercury rose to Sunday Snow covered much of the vict to escape from the prison walls in 10 years Warden Glenn Haynes said Ev ans sentenced for taking part in the robbery of the Turin Sav ings bank Sept 26 1929 appar ently escaped during a football game between the prison learn and the Fort Madison Several hundred visitors viewed the game in addi n to the prison population Warder Haynes said visitors sat in a section separate j from the convicts but that during j the later part of the game ssveral j spectators left when it begin to rain i He reported that prison guards j believed Evans may have slipped our the prison gate is they weie leaving the prison j Prison record shov has served terms in prisons in Alabama Washington and Ohio as well as federal prison ou McNeil island and at Leavenworth Kans He escaped from the Washington and Lsaven worth prisons also Evans was described as 44 160 pounds in weight 6 feet s half inch tall and of medium dark conplex ion with yellowish blue eyes Guards said he limped slightly has a tattoo on his right forearm and that his left index finger is amputated at the second joint Carry Away Safe Patterson funeral home j 1936 TOTAL OF IOWA Crowds stood cxpeclantlv around DEATHS REACHES 404 the grim tower flanked entrance of j DES MOINES lowans the old Ipswich courthouse eager jjjed in Iowa automobile accidents for a glimpse of the sleek haired j durin th last week bringing the OTTUMWA Yeggs carried I American woman whose name has i a heavy safe from the Jim Cieen with that of Great Brit tics total of Iowa highway fatali L1vo to 404 One other lowan was Dandy Cookie products office bare I ain s 42 year bachelor monarch j killcd in an outofstate accident early Sunday Company officials said i n a thousand fantastic rumors re the strongbox contained nothing but Ports and fragments of inside in records Politics on The A ir TIME IS CENTRAL STANDARD Monday night 6 east 10 west William Hard comment period WEAFNBC Gov A M Lan don W ABCCBS James A GarfieJd Chase Osborn Gifford Pinchot and William Chadburn NBC midwestern and western net work 10 George N Peek and N7 Y state Gov H Lehman Labors non partisan WJ2NBC 9 former Gov John G Winant of New Hampshire J C Lewis president of the Iowa State Feder northwoods country and foresters j July McMahon Is Denied Appeal Permission LONDON Andrew McMahon Monday was denied per mission to appeal his conviction of producing a revolver with intent to alarm his majesty at King Ed wards Constitution hill parade last ation of Labor on the social secur ity act Progressive WABCCBS Roosevelt JeffersoniEji Prof Dyer of Vandcrbiit unl versity and N Y state 10 Julian Sayer Tuesday a Women of Republican WEAFNBC WHO Landon radio clubs Wil said the danger of fall forest firs He has been sentenced to a year j liam Lyons Phelps and Amos Pin was virtually at hard labor i chot Romantic Crossroads The townsfolk finally aware their little old world town has been chosen as the scene of mo rn e n t o u s romantic posed the quesion whose answer probably nobody on earth knows ex cept King Edward and Mrs Simp son Will she marry him 1 Or wont she The affaire Simpson came first on the list with the and ageless Mrs her friends have described her recalling her debut to Baltimore society some 20 odd years to tell her story of alleged misconduct on the part of her husband to a sharp ly restricted courtroom audience No Jury Called No jury t was reliably said would examine the merits of Wai lie1 assertions of infidelity by her exguardsman husband In fact the whole case which has attracted newspapermen from contaental Eu rope by the dozens as well as Amer ican reporters was expected to be over within 10 minutes Then if the decree nisi were granted Mrs Simpson vould enter a six months probation period un der the technical scrutiny of a kings proctor before the divorce would be made her free to answer tie question which in the last few weeks has threatened to top the conturies old riddle of ffie sphinx in worldwide curiosity Dr R P Wild of Traer was killed when his automobile collided with a lumber truck near Virginia Saturday Among those kiliied in Iowa were two 17 year old Oakland youths Ernest Palmer and Robert Guder yon who were riding a car struck by a train near Avoca INVESTIGATE DEATH OF TWO AT GRADE CROSSING FULTON was being made Monday of the dual grade crossing tragedjsouth of here Sunday night in which Lynn Stevenson 22 and Miss Gladys Daj vis 21 both oi Rockford lost their lives Their car was struck by the Union Pacific streamliner City of J Denver during a sleet storm Stevenson was the son of Mr and Mrs George Stevenson of Lohrville Iowa and Miss Davis was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Morgan Davis Boone Stevenson was returning to Rock ford after visiting his sweetheart in Des Moines over the weekend and Miss Davis an acquaintance had visited in Boone other government militia struck back in savage charges against the insurgents at Sesena Sounds of the battle were heard clearly in Madrid the whole after noon by crowds apparently unper turbed who strolled the capitals streets In the northwest however a val ient government force withstood i fascist attack on Peguerinos in the El Escorial sector The Madrid de fense line although battered was intact after a prolonged artillery duel which began at dawn About 150 government casualties were counted after the battle against almost 200 insurgents killed LOOK INSIDE FOR PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT In Campaign F R Gets Ready for Final Campaign Swing ON PAGE 2 ivenls Move Toward Climax m Spam Crisis PAGE 4 COL 2 Increase in Number of Farms in Iowa Shown ON PAGE 3 Football Hurricane Strikes Two Spots ON PAGE 9 Both Candidates Seek New Englands Votes ON PACE 2 Baltimore Cheers Attack on New Deals Foreign FORECAST Troutner 69 Former Big 4 Fair President Succumbs in Chicago NASHUA Troutner 69 Nashua resident and former president of the Big Four fair died at midnight Sunday in a Chicago hospital where he was operated upon two weeks ago IOWA Fair slightly colder in southeast portion not so cold in northwest portion Monday night Tuesday fair with increasing cloudiness and rising tempera tures MINNESOTA Fair in south increasing cloudiness in north not so cold except in extreme south east Monday night Tuesday somewhat unsettled in north gen erally fair in south rising1 tem perature IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figure for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning PHILADELPHIA Alf M Landon told the nations voters i Monday the presidential election is j a choice between the American sys i tern jnder the American constitu tion and the new deais idreign pat Governor Lanccn arrived in Phil adelphia at p m He j here at p m Iowa Opening a new Atlantic j drive in Baltimore the republican nominee pictured the new deal policy as leading toward the misery the poverty the hope lessness out of which dictatorships The crowd estimated at eight thousand to ten by Police Captain Frank Gatch roared no as Landon demanded shall we give four years more to the men who are working on this foreign pattern Shall we give them what they will construe as a mandate to finish the ob Hearers Shout Or shall we vote to return to the system under the Ameri can constitution shouted his hearers stand ing in a ring around a temporary speakers stano before the station I know what your answer will be on the third of Landon concluded his face grave The republican nominee prefaced his address with the statement I am only sorry I am not reaching Baltimore at I hear its the best place in America to But there is this consolation Af ter January l Im going to te your neighbor You can expect me over now and Hoarseness All Gone Wearing an overcoat and a red scarf about his throat Landon spoke with a trace of hoarseness Gat has been affecting him His physician Dr L Spoke reported improve ment however His train departed from Baltimore at a for Wilmingtn and Philadelphia At Baltimore the nominee de clared It is the essence of the aea that the constitution must go in order to give men in Washington the power to make America over to destroy the American way of life and establish a foreign way of life in its Landon quoted a high official of the new deal as saying that planning will necessarily become i function of the federal govern ment Either that or the planning agency will supersede the govern ment x x Quotes Rex Tujjwell Do you want the kind of dicta torship this new deal leader advo cates Landon demanded An aide said he quoted Rsxfcrc Tug well under secretary of agricul ture Taking up new deal measures one by one Landon said they hope the country will n r 1J Y7 I They tell us a balanced budget IJegreeS as Lolu Wave i is on the he said They hope RETURN TO FALL WEATHER SEEN Mason City Has Low of 20 Hits State DES MOINES The weather man forecast fair weather and a re turn to more normal fall tempera tures Monday after a night of light the country will jforget six times in the past four years the president has promised to balance the budget and only last week he promised the seventh time They give lip service to the Maximum Minimum In Night At S A M 50 30 Figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday Minimum in Night At 8 A M Sunday 61 42 50 snow sleet cold rain and blustery American form of government They hope the country will forget that nine out of the 11 major statutes enacted by their administration have been held unconstitutional by the supreme Landon enumerated as new deal policies every one of which would be a major issue in an ordinary campaign in Government Waste and extravagance in gov ernment The debauching of service The alliance with corrupt city machines The extending of Farleyized winds over the state cold moved into the state Sunday afternoon toppling tempera 20 to 30 degrees in a few hours i Srow was reported at Clinton I Davenport Iowa City Mount Ayr Shenancfoab Ottumwa and Leon It was light and melted as oon as it hit the ground for the most part although Ayr reported a thin white blanket for a time Sunday night while Clinton said spots of snow remained in sheltered places early Monday low temperature reported was 20 degrees at Mason City Fort Dodge reported 21 Sioux City 22 Waterloo 26 Council Bluffs 27 but temperatures over virtually all the state were below freezing Davenport listed 46 inches precipitation 52 Center ville 44 Muscatine 38 40 Ottumwa 41 Minimum temperatures for Mon methods throughout the states with the WPA And finally the illegal use of your money the taxpayers money for propaganda to build up class hatred and entrench ths aew deal in Dct laring he has asked Roosevelt repeatedly if he intended to revive the NRA and the AAA which the day night were 28 in western Iowa i supreme court has declared to be 24 in northeast Iowa and 26 iii southeast Iowa A brisk northwest wind Sunday gave emphasis to a rapidly railing temperature which ended its de scent Monday morning at the 20 de gree mark Ice nearly an inch thick was formed on small water in Mason City basins of Chop Through Roof CEDAR RAPIDS chopped through the roof of the Ce dar Rapids Savings bank building elevator room Sunday night and Lnguishiid a biaze which they said apparently started in a motor contrary to our American form of Landon said so far his reply has been a long loud si Difference of Opinion There can be an honest differ ence of the Kansaa con tinued as to whether Luc pro posals of the administration for one man government hold the solution   

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