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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 18 v TTT AA V V A 1 W Jt j i n VOL XLLII ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED W1RS SEHVICB r MOLLISON SEEKS OCEAN SPEED MARK ENGLISHMAN ON LONDON FLIGHT Takes Off for Harbor Grace Attired m 1 Dinner Coat BULLETIN NEW iOKK iff Capt James A MoUita enroutf 10 London in i one lop flight from New York I landed at Harbor Grace N at p m central standard tjuir the Floyd Rrnnrtt airport was advised NrvV YORK in a jacket Opt James A Mol the flyer look a Wednesday in a V 5V London by way of HAror X to Off for London Lauds PWA Landon Makes Pledgeto Labor CAPTAIN MOLLISON vu I have to pi op rl a A over is a to low conventional o attireU cr A been replaced a wie sweater He had sJaciia over ha Flies at Feet to fly at OX feet figured he could rii Harbor Grace with his initial ii 4 saIcss of gasoline in Hi a speedy Bellanca rowerei a 00 h p iaj a cruising speed of ajosc 2JO 2Mles an hour s cockpit ship with i hood to it into n cc is blue and 1 navigate be a compass tr in horizon brirs the wing mark takeoff MoHison vlTram wife hick on his voy ir Mollisoa had scp IS SHOT TO DEATH Wallie Begins Her 6 Months of Parole LONDON Warfield Simpson now twice a divorcee for sook the haunts of MayfairWed nesday In contrast to the heavy force of guards which snapped to atten tion when the kings friend came home from the Ipswich divorce court Tuesday night a lone bobby pounded the beat in front of No 16 Cumberland Terrace Friends pointed out that Mrs Simpsons activities now will be most guarded Under the terms of her decree nisi from Ernest Al drich Simpson she is responsible to the court and the kings proctor for six months or until the decree becomes final Bobby on Duty The bobby on duty Wednesday at the Regents park house watched moving vans disgorge loads of ex pensive furniture presumably the last of the furnishings Simpsons new home 1 And Mayfair wondered Slaying by 2 Masked Gunmen when MrsSimpson would raarry Gangland Say Police men early Wednesday entered tavern in suburban Niles and snot to death its manager Aclolph An zone 32 in which police said was a gangland execution One of the men fired two charges from savvedoff shotgun into An zcne as he attempted to hide behind the bar The second then leaned over and emptied an automatic re volver the victims crumpled body Anzoue was playingcards with Mrs Kay Lindaucr 40 the cook and Joseph Aschy 38 the bartender The latter was wounded slightly in the foot by a ricochetting bullet Keal Tough Police Lieut Richard Barry des cribed Anzone as one of thereal tough beys of the preliquor At time he was doing jobs PRESIDENT SEES CITIZENSHIP OF U S IMPROVED Again Proclaims Return of Prosperity on N Y Trip LIBERTY SPEECH PAGE 2 NEW YORK again proclaiming tee return of prosper ity in an informal Jersey speech President Roosevelt brought his campaign to populous Brooklyn Wednesday with an assertion public works projects were building up a better American Speaking at the cornerstone layj ing for a PWA financed gymnasium I at Brooklyn college the chief tive said he had seen blueprints and i photographs but now he saw the real article with his own eyes Everytime the mayor of New York comeg to Washington he said he trembled because he always wanted something and always gets it Killing Two The gymnisium project he said was killing two birds with one providing needed work and improving educational facilities not only for today but for years to come Out of the depression he ror nan a year sue uiuoi there nad come much good in addi with the greatest propriety to avoid tion to suffering It had given the for Mrs if and the king Wednesday behind drawn cur tains the smartly groomed Ameri can who may become Queen Wal lis secluded herself in her hugu CHTCAGO masked gunj whitefronted new mansion at 16 a Cumberland a far cry from the paying guest home of her early youth in Baltimore rest ing from Tuesdays brief but nerve act May IV IVlnyfd ilvrr no fool but r take some bread at Grace for the water hop no honed uo pick up the of Ireland nine hours out of Hrbor Grace and to make London r three more hours Arrived there he planned to leave three days for Capetown South Africa Bad weather he said might hold him at Harbor Grace for a time His reports from there indica ted the hop for London might not be advisable Wednesday night or He expected to increase his load of gasoline to 600 gallons at Har bor Grace ship the Dorothy named n said for a very WAT Dorothy Ward Eng One LIIIIK ue W13 jvuo tor the Bugs Moran gang and later any resumption of close relations IK was identified with the Jack between husbaml slid wife would Kluta mob He was always known j beinp tough and wouldnt take any lip from The slayers faces were hidden under handkerchiefs as they entered j the tavern This is a one of the men shouted No it Anzone retorted I trying to duck behind the bar Shots Ring Out As the shots rang out Mrs Lind auer fainted Police held two theories as to the motive for the killing One was that Anzone reported to have been at one time a chauffeur for Hand some Jack Klutas was slain by ft lends of Klutas who believed An zone may have betrayed Klutes to the police Klutas a college bred wracking ordeal Must Be Careful For half a year she must the structures of one of her sov ereign friends own the kings proctor Technically at least she would haveto be extremely careful that a chaperone is present even when she is with king Edward himself However any chance meeting with her exhusband Ernest Al drich Simpson at a restaurant or one of the Mayfair parties they both frequent might prove embar rassing The law explicitly jays down that ly resumption of close relations between husbaml and wife would be sufficient grounds to justify the judge in refusing to make the de cree absolute Free Before Coronation Otherwise if the kings proctor gives the nod Mrs Simpson will be unqualifiedly free on April 27 15 days before the scheduled coronation of bachelor King Edward Englands public learned only the bare unadorned facts about the Ipswich climax to the affaire Simpson Wednesday But they had to be observant readers Morning newspapers including the stiffly conservative Times carried only a few inconspicuous breaking at last the silence of imposed censorship Boldest of all was the liberal was shot to death by i NewsChronicle which devoted a EXECUTIONERS 26 OTH VICTIM Martin Spurns Cigaret and Rum as Monsieur de Paris Acts states attorneys police in suburban Eellwood Jan 2 1934 The other theory was that An zrne may have attempted to muscle in on slot machine or other gambling rackets Hastings to Vote on Community Building HASTINGS Hastings resi dents will hold a special election Thursday on a proposal to erect a new community building Prance de Frances aged grey hoarded executioner claimed his 260th victim at dawn Wednesday Calmly spurning tha traditional rum and cigaret of the condemned Andre Martin went to his death on the guillotine for the murder of a jeweler and his wife a year ago He was the fourteenth Martin executed by Monsieur de the 68 year old Anatole Diebler hereditary executioner of the third republic and the only headsman in the nation who looks more like a tired businessman than an execu tioner inherited his office at the end of the last century from his father Oelwein Man Dies of two column headline to the story and gave some identification of Mrs Simpson beyond her street address Not a single paper however even indirectly mentioned King Edward Out of Spotlight Little Ipswich itself removed from the spotlight which has beat around its old world stage for the past week talked of the roaring speed with which Mrs Simpsons big black sedan careened out of the courthouse yard and shot away at a 40 mile clip through a narrow one way street Ipswich had its own ideas as summed up by a little old woman who had scuttled out of the path of the hurtling motorcar she said breathlessly So she said breathlessly So ArrirUntal WniinflS that5 what we pay our taxes for Hcciueniai Yvuimusi meriaywoman can chase OELWEIN rner 10 died Paul Rechkem in a hospital here of I gunshot wounds accidentally self j inflicted while hunting on his farm near here In Serious Condition After Leg Amputation fOWA CITY Pate 45 was in a serious condition at Mercy hospital here followingthe amputa tion of leg after It had caught in a corn shredder Pate said that he slipped while kicking silage into the cutter and that the blades severed hia leg FORECAST IOWA Mostly cloudy in north ease section generally fair in west and south portions Wednesday night and Thursday somewhat wanner Thursday MINNESOTA Jrartly cloudy to cloudy Wednesday night and Thursday slightly wanner in northwest Wednesday night and n east portion Thursday IN MASON CITY weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Wednesday morning Maximum 42 Minimum in 30 At 8 A M Wednesday 36 Americanwoman can chase us off our own Subject to Account Under the surveillance of the kings proctor both Mrs Simpson and her nisi husband will legally be subject to a strict account of their actions The proctors duty calls for him to watch the conduct of all parties in matrimonial cases during the six month period be tween the decree nisi and the de cree absolute If he is able to prove there are suspicious circumstances the law reads he may under direction of the attorney general or by leave of the court intervene for the purpose of advancing evidence of collusion when the final decree is due and enter formal objection to the par ties being granted final freedom Found Dead in Cistern IOWA CITY Mrs Frank Anderlik 55 was found dead in a 12 foot cistern at her home here Firemen said that the woman had drowned in four feet of water country an opportunity to get bet ter schools for the young And so Im keen for all these pub lic works projects for improving the educational facilities of the coun LOOK INSIDE FOR ANDRE DE LABOULAYE Statue of Liberty Has 50th Birthday ON PAGE 2 Hampton Youth st in Cartoon Competition ON PAGE 8 Martha Bush Golub Waives Arraignment ON PAGE 16 Snow Geese Not Under Protection Over Iowa ON PAGE 9 BOY RUNS INTO Madrid mi CLOTHESLINE IS MORTALLY HURT he said The president motored here saw no alternative but an amend ment if purposes of NRA could not be accomplished otherwise Refers to Speeches When a reporter asked the presj ident if he would favor revivin0 through dense northern New Jersey Staten Island and Brooklyn crowds from Bayqnne N where he told an early morning audience at the depot that he hoped the prosper ity he said he had noted over country would be continued in the NRA he referred the newsman to next four i his past and present speeches At Speaks From I another point in the conference Speaking from an open car as the when he was asked whether he crowd waved flags and guns boomwould support new coal legislation ed a presidential salute the chief he said something would have to executiveadded that we have 1 least in part attained greater se curity and He said he was glad to see New Jersey factories running Part of the trip to BrooKlyn was made by ferry from St George Staten Island where Governor Her bert Lehman joined the party Thousands of school children stood with other thousands cheer ing the president on hia way Hal loween horns were brought into play along Bay Ridge and 18th ave nues in Brooklyn The president kept his tan felt campaign hat almost constantly aloft in greeting the street crowds Makes Third Talk After his college speech he started by motor through lower Manhattan for the ferry to Gover nors Island where he had luncheon before his third speech of the day at the statue of liberty Enroute to Williamsburg bridge in Brooklyn the presidential mo torcade again moved over thorough fares banked deep with cheering citizens young and old Confetti and other paper scraps and streamers rained down for blocks in a characteristic New York welcome Several pauses weremade while handed to Mrs Cecil A Harrison 17 Dies After Accident on Way Home Cecil Artnur Harrison 17 son of Charles Harrison 2605 Jefferson avenue southwest died at his home about oclock Wednesday morn ing from a basal fracture of the skull according to Coroner J E McDonald The boy was injured when he ran into a clothesline as he cut across the backyard of 231 Twentyfifth street southwest on his way horce about oclock Tues day evening The boy had been playing with his chum David DeMaris who re sides at the same address and they were on their way home when Cecil ran into the clothesline David hlp ed his chum home and Cecil went to bed although his nose was still bleeding when he went to sleep About oclock the boys father noticed the boy was breathing hard and sent for a doctor but the boy died before the doctor arrived A severe bruise was made across the boys chin where the clothesline caught him and threw him flown He was unconscious part of the time after the accident The boy had resided in Mason City about four months He was born March 3 1919 at Briton S Dak Surviving the boy are his fa ther one brother Everett at home and six sisters Marjory Hazel and Mrs Albert DeMaris at home and Mrs Rudolph Horstman Wilmont S Mrs Walter Doyle Grand and Mrs Arthur Welch 431 Twentyseventh street southwest The boy was preceded in death Feb 12 1931 by his mother flowers were Roosevelt Two more public works projects were passed on the way out of a twelveblock hous ing undertaking to accommodate more than lowincome fam ilies largest of its kind in the coun try Hears Occasional Boo Reaching the skyscraper bordered canyons of lower Manhattan the president waved again to shouting thousands on the streets and in of fice buildings as another Storm of paper bits butterfliedover the pro cession There was an occasional boo as the party moved down Broadway to South Ferry for the second boat trip of the Governors Is land In a press conference late Tues 23TS SW straws noimcements concerning as to his intentions principles James tne Roosevelt contended that he had Edgar was rushed to said only that he as an individual home where he died be done about that industry A check of Us addresses to date showed he had referred to the NRA in terms of praise but had not in dicated whether he would recom mend any new moves to reestab lish it in principle In his green pastures speech in Charlotte N Sept 10 the president said most thinking people believed the recovery act had done more to restore prosperity than any other federal statute in years through elimination of child labor shortening hours and establishing minimum wagss Sees Need to Plan At Detroit Oct 15 he declared the automobile and ether industries needed to plan so as to increase yearly earnings of workers and spread employment Asked directly about James Roosevelts speech the president called attention to the sons subse quent statement and declared that as James1 father he preferred to be account of what was said The president in response to other questions said he was feeling physically and mentally the rigors of thecampaign He said he had made three guesses already on the outcome of Tuesdays elec tion and probably would hazard a fourth election eve He declined to reveal the forecasts As for the future of the civilian conservation corps he said he would include estimates in the bud get for 193738 to continue it prob ably at around a total enlistment of compared with its present authorized QUEEN MARYS CAPTAIN DIES Sir Edgar Britten Suffers Stroke Just Before Big Liner Sails SOUTHAMPTON Commodore Sir Edgar Britten com mander of the British queen ofthe seas the liner Queen Mary died aa a presidents was stricken by paralysi He was Ci y sonV had been quoted recently as 62 years old federal wurt here Koeme pieaoea say ng his father would seek a con Sir Edward suffered the stroke just guilty federal liquor AJ Hno lawra anri Dvnrskv try SfillinET mor sayine his ratner would sees a tun ou mnr stitutfonal amendment to make before the Queen due laws selUng mor SUEUUOnal auienamtrlli LU majvc me i NRA principles the law of the land to leave for Cat R V phme in Kossfth county Thev also recalled that James Peel assumed command while Sir Harry Knens and Wilfred Knens Funeral arrangements had completed Wednesday body was taken to the Patterson fu neral home Politics on The Air TIME IS CENTRAL STANDARD Note Schedule subject to last minute change Wednesday night 6 east 10 west William Hard comment WJZNBC 730 Col Theodore Roosevelt Fred Warburg Roger S Straus and H A Harzfeld WJZNBC 8 Col Frank Knox WJZNBC Con of Refugees RationsFood MADRID Besieged and swarming with ragged homeless refugees Madrid began the rigor ous rationing of food Wednesday to feed a million and a half persons The civil governor Carlos Ru biera announced an emergency provisioning committee working day and night was prepared to dole out sustenance to persons Authorities said the normal pop ulation of the un der a increased virtu ally 50 per cent with thousands of refugees and provincial troops pour ing in from the nearby countryside Simultaneously the high com mand announced a new human avalanche of men had been formed by virtue of the mobiliza tion of all able bodied men between the of 20 and 25 not already under arms May Crash Rebels This fresh force officers said may crush Lhe better armed insur gents now within 10 miles of Madrid The cabinet In emergency session to solidify defense operations order ed compulsory billeting for the war refugees who they feared were a menace to order in the tense capi tal Many already show signs of their sufferingfrom cold and hunger Be draggled and tattered they have neither money friends nor re sources to procure housing warm clothes or food With the food problem growing acute from the citys normal pop ulation of more than a million the government was alarmed that loot ing andfood riots might add to the tremendous problem it faces in con serving and mobilizing its resources Admit Reverses A war ministry bulletin admitted government reverses on all fronts of fascist circle ex cept Talavera de La Roina where it said Madrid warplanes bombed the insurgent airport Official report said several fas cist planes bombed Cartagena governme ntheld Mediterranean port but lost three planes in the at tack Dynamitehurling Asturian min ers were reported reinforcing their strength at Oviedo for an attack to recapture the Bay of Biscay city from the insurgents DRAW BATTLE PLANS FOR MADRID CHARGE 1 NAVALCARNERO in surgent command drew battle plans Wednesday for a triumphal charge on Madrid With their outposts 10 miles from the within range for their heaviest the fascist leaders laid out a care ful strategy for occupying the city They relied principally on a fleet of 200 swift tiny tanks and arm ored cars to charge into Madrids WILL BACK LAWS FOR PROTECTION OFWORKINGMAN Republican Nominee Has Giant Reception at Newark N J NEWARK N Gov Alf Landon paraded through flag draped streets lined with thousands of spectators Wednesday and told a tumultuous throng that jammed Frank Knox streets ahead of foot troops if gressman Ciargc G Fennerty 01 necessary to up after their Pennsylvania projected storming of the capital Y state with big Harry W Laidler j Taking into account all possibili DemocraticW ABCCBS 7 Laj ties of a hostile population or a William Green I lastditch stand by the govern 1 TI u T fQ thfV Ulf J B H Lehman democrats NBC Charles P Howard Robert Watt Frank X Martel B Robertson and Philip Murray WJZNBC Atty Gen Homer S eummings Y state Governor Jeffersonian middle west and mountain Oliver Skellet Independent 9 Joseph W Bailey of Texas Progressive WABCCBS Roosevelt Thursday p m Women of Lillian Qish WEAFNBC Hugh Johnson WJZNBC p Cordell Hull WJZNBC 9 p m Henry Wallace Republican WEAFNBC Landon radio clubs Dan Wallace WEAFNBC Gov Lan don WMT H 0 Talle KFNF WMT KMA 7 p W C Edson Berry Halden KSO George Wilson Independent coalition WABC CBS Edna Woolman Chase Jeffersonian democrats WMT p Willianr Murray Koethe and Dvorsky Get Year Sentences SIOUX CITY Koethe arid Herman both of Sioux ments raw recruits they said the mobile machine gunning tank fleet could dominate any street fighting or sniping after the artillery and air attacks Batteries of six inch guns will be drawn up in the fascist circle of steel around the capital to break its last line of federal court here Koethe pleaded a nursing Spencer received one year sen tences for altering one dollar bills ITALY DEMANDS INVESTIGATION Denounces Russia for 20 Alleged Violations of Neutrality LONDON denouncing soviet Russia for 20 alleged new vi olations of the handsoffSpain agreement Wednesday demanded an investigation to establish the facts Dino Grandi the Italian ambassa dor to London made the charges and demands to Lord Plymouth Brtiish chairman of the committee it svent into session for an after noon meeting Dates and details of the alleged Russian violations were included in the Grandi protest and he asked that the Soviets be called upon for an immediate explanation Utility Franchise Voted 25 year franchise was voted the Iowa southern utili ties here 408 to IS Newarks largest theater would when that he enforce federal laws for the protection of Bands greeted the republican nominee at the railway station preceded him in the parade and met him with campaign tunes at the Mosque theater as he entered to the wild shouts of the crowd that overflowed the theaters seats The governors broadcast address ollowed the 20 minute parade hrough downtown Newark and a five minute ovation in the theater Labors right to organize and bargain collectively needs to be emphasized and Landon said adding that entanglements with political groups would sow the seeds of destruction for us Called Great The invocation delivered by Rabbi Solomon Foster Edward G Duffield president of the Prudential Life Insurance com pany presented Landon as a great American who possesses those qualities so needed by America to ambition and Gov Harold G Hoffman welcom g the candidate said the taxpay ers are tired of supporting Roose velts road companies playing Lady The people of New Jersey can not be purchased by their own Hoffman added with a pledge to Landon of New Jersey support Senator W Warren Barbour N said November will find old New Jersey in the republican col Hurray for Hurray hurray for a voice shouted as Landon began Fellow Americans republicans I know it is not necessary to ask you to reelect Senator Barbour and your republican Landon said because from what I hear youre going to do that any Landon closed an extemporaneous preface to his prepared address with an appeal for election of a republi can congress to deal with the problems that lie before For many years he told his hearers I have believed in the ne cessity for organization as a means of advancing the fortunes of the individual worker raising his stand ard of living and giving him the po sition in the world to which heis the republican presidential nominee told a New Jersey audience H spoke during a four hour pause of his campaign special bound for New York City and the windup of his eastern campaign for electoral votes Right to Organize The Kansan said the supreme court recognies the right of or ganized labor through peaceful methods to extend organization to labor that is unorganized and the right to peaceful Generally Landon said the law is on ths side of those who as work ers are eager to promote their own fortunes and those of their fellow workers in the same or other in It is an old he continued that labor has the right to or ganize and bargain collectively through representatives of its own interference by employers But like many an old story it needs to be emphasized and applied When I am president I will see to it that federal laws for the protection of workers are Share Should Increase Declaring national prosperity de on labors receiving an in creasingahare or the value of ev erything we Landon the father of the American Federation of Labor Samuel Gom pers as one of the first sponsors of that principle which has become the conviction of every progressive UOTI Thelabor union ion instrument of economicprogress and national well the candidate aaid adding I would like the workers of America whether they we j ized or unorganized to understand   

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