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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 31, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                Iowa Indiana Minnesota Northwestern 3 4 Final QEIGI Q Final 1 2 S 4 Final Iowa State Oklahoma JO ID Ohio State Notre Dame NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME Pittsburgh Fordham 1 3 S 4 Final THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKB ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLHI FIVE CENTS A OOP ASSOCIATED PRESS wrtEE IKKV1CB MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY THM PAFER OF TWO SECTION ONE NO 21 DEATHS IN AIR RAIDS PASS 165 MARK SIRENS WARN OF SECOND ATTACK AGAINST MADRID Socialists Stop Rumor of Housetop Dynamite Throwers MADRID shriek of air raid sirens sent terrified Madrid street crowds rushing pell mell for shelter Saturday afternoon as deaths from Fridays insurgent air raid passed the 165 mark However no planes appeared immediately The warning was sounded at 1 p m Two hours later at 3 p an other air raid warning cut off an Associated Press telephone call be tween Madrid and London The sound of sirens could be heard over the telephone but there were no accomoanying explosions before the communication was The deaths of scores of persona wounded in Friday afternoons sud den bombardment of the capital and its environs swelled the toll of Fridays brief minutes of terror Official reports following a check oT Madrid wards disclosed 123 dead including 80 women and 20 children and 360 wounded Semiofficial reports from subur ban Getafe indicated 42 others had perished with more than 150 in jured Only 16 Identified Only 16 of those killed in the cap ital itself were identified Hundreds waited in line before the city3 morgues to try To identify the dead The authorities hastened to quiet panicky reports with the assurance that insurgent airmen and not housetop dynamite throwers were responsible for Fridays havoc A government statement that an inhuman and unexpected bombard ment did the killing inspired a measure of confidence after many persons had declared bombs had been thrown from housetops and that a load of dynamite had ex plodedduring the height of the ter The latter contention apparently was based on the fact that a column of smoke shot up over Fuencarral street spreading a pall over the city Airplanes Not Heard The rumors also spread from the fact that no one heard the drone of the fascist blackbirds of death be fore the bombs fell The aerial massacre claiming mostly women and children as vic tims stunned the city with its sud unheralded descent No siren alarms were sounded No drowning hum warned of the arrival of the high flying bombers Mothers idly basking in the sun watching their children play in a public park in the Glorieta del Bil bao district suddenly saw them ripped by bursting shrapnel Eleven children were mowed down while playing in the Plaza Progreso and the whining frag ments of steel inflicted gaping among nearly a hundred grownups in the same area Drop 10 More Bombs The black painted fascist planes first at Getafe a suburb and then sped on to unleash 10 more bombs over the heart of Madrid itself Spinning down from a great height the bombs struck with amazing accuracy in the densely thronged sidestreets just off the Puerto del Times Square of the Rastro Flea Market in the Calle Nuncio oppo site the apostolic nuncios palace I have never had to perform such a gruesome task in all my medical experience as piecing to gether the mangled heads arms legs and torsos picked up in the village streets of said Dr Duncan Newbiggin head of the Scottish ambulance unit Treated 8 Children I treated six women four men and eight children I dont know how many others were He discounted reports that 70 children had been killed in Getafe however In Madrid itself 41 persons were killed and scores of others were wounded One of the bursting charges falling in Preciados street killed two occupants of an automobile and a woman standing in a nearby doorway but not her husband with whom waa talking LOOK INSIDE FOR OSCAR BARTOLNI Charged With Murder of Former Employe ON PAGE 2 Elderly Man Robbed Slugged by 2 Bandits ON PAGE 3 Mason City Ties East High in League Scrap ON PAGE 11 P 0 RUNS OUT OF DUCK STAMPS North lowans Get Receipts for Payment So They May Hunt Legally North Iowa hunters unable to buy migratory waterfowl stamps at the Mason City postoffice Saturday when an unexpected last minute rush exhausted the supply on hand here will be able to hunt legally after all when the duck season opens at7 oclock Sunday morning total of 532 stamps 168 more than last season was sold at the Mason City postoffice and the sup ply run out Saturday morning More stamps were ordered by tel egraph and were expected to be availableat 4 oclock Sunday morn ing when postal officials promised they would go on sale TO Issue Receipts In the meantime H M Sander son administrative chief of the Iowa conservation commission has arranged for the local postoffice to issue receipts upon payment of the 51 duck stamp fee The receipts signed by Postmaster A M Schanke will be recognized by state conservation officers The receipts will be recognized for 48 hours only and a duck stamp must be properly affixed on each hunters license by the end of that period Hunters may shoot ducks Wil son snipe Jack snipe coot mud hens and geese from 7 oclock to 4 oclock daily during the season The only duck species protected are buf flchead ruddy canvasback and wood duck Live Decoys Banned Use of live decoys the conserva tion commission warned js banned Guns with more than threeshot ca pacity unless the magazine is plug ged to limit it to three shells also are barred Daily bag limit is 10 ducks four geese 15 coot and 15 snipe One days bag is the possession limit Iowa maintains a reciprocal agreement with Illinois and Nebras ka which permits hunters of the three states to hunt with their resi dent licenses anywhere on the Mis souri and Mississippi rivers adjoin ing the stateas long as the hunter does not shoot from bars wing dams inslands or other land taxed by the other state Gets 5 Year Terra TIPTON Louis Wehde farmer pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property and was sentenced to five years at Fort Madison pen itentiary Striking Maritime Unions Ready to tate MINNESOTA LOSER INDIANA LEADS IOWA 60 Northwestern Ends Long Gopher Win String at 21 Straight EVANSTON UP Minne sotas famous winning streak stretching over four seasons and covering 21 successive victories was shattered Saturday in the rain and mud by Northwesterns Wild cats while a capacity crowd of fans went wild Northwestern scored a touchdown in the last pe riod after a roughing penalty put the ball on Minnesotas one yard line EADS INTERCEPTS PASS FOB INDIANA TOUCHDOWN BLOOMINGTON university led Iowa 60 at the end of the first half of their Big Ten con ference football game here Satur day An Iowa pass was intercepted on the Iowa 38 yard line by Eads who ran for a touchdown midway in the second quarter In the first period Indiana staged a goaUine stand that stopped the Hawkeyes on the one yard line aft er they had four downs six yard line Burke Secretary of Catholic Welfare Dies WASHINGTON John J Burke C S general secre tary of the National Catholic Wel fare conference died at his home Friday from a heart attack He was 61 years old Laurens Girl Hurt in Crash Recovers LAURENS Buck waiter 14 of Laurens who suffered serious injuries in an automobile accident was recovering Friday physicians said Dies of Skull Fracture CLARENCE Brendes 8 died of a skull fracture suffered when struck by a car when return ing home from school Football Scores FINAL Illinois 9 Michigan 6 THIRD PERIOD Illinois 9 Michigan 0 SECOND PERIOD Holy Cross 0 Temple S Dartmouth 2 Yale 0 Navy 6 Penn 10 Purdue 0 Carnegie Tech 0 Syracuse 0 Penn State 6 Colgate 0 Army 7 Cincinnati 0 Michigan State IS Princeton 7 Harvard 7 Cornell 0 Columbia 18 North Carolina State 6 North Caro lina 0 FIRST PERIOD Chicago 7 Wisconsin 0 Missouri 0 Nebraska o LaFayette 0 New York U 30 Holy Cross 0 Temple 3 Syracuse 0 Penn State 6 Dartmouth 0 Yale 0 Navy 6 Penn 10 Cincinnati 0 Ohio U 0 Purdue 0 Carnegie Tech 0 Miami 0 Boston U 0 Colby 7 Maine 0 Villanova 0 Buckneil 0 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 willbe on the streets And again the question wait until Sunday for Sat urdays news Landon Stops at St Louis Is ST LOUIS Alf M Landon arrived here from the on Special at feSO a for an all day visit that was to culminate Saturday night in the last major address of his presiden tial campaign tour Smilingly reiterating confidence of election the republican nominee appealed for support of real demo crats as he campaigned through West Virginia enroute to biggest city to meet his whom he has not seen since his departure two weeks ago upon his transconti nental campaign drive The Kansas governor reserved the morning hours for visiting with Mrs Landon leaving th afternoon for conferences with party leaders before delivering his address in the municipal auditorium Household Landon capped his West Virginia thrust with a station platform speech at Huntington before a cheering throng estimated at by Police Lieut M M Johnson after a broadcast at Charlestons Middleburg auditorium in which asserted household budgets must pay for new deal waste and extrav Discussing issues as they relate to the the nominee ad dressed the of men and women who id ordinary years take charter our ter that keeps our and told his hearers new deal misuse of public funds threatened inflation through disregard of the old fash ioned principle of making both ends No Longer Protected In some foreign he said homes are no longer protect ed by the law against invasion by the agents of an allpowerful gov ernment We must never forget that the loss of liberty in these countries followed depressions that the trends in government which pre ceded this loss of liberty were sim ilar in many respects to the trends in government which we see in America As he began when I am presi the crowd roared applause When he asked did it the present administration tell you frankly in advance you were getting the crowd responded Audience Shouts And do you feel you got your moneys worth shouted the audience Is it the new deal telling you now what it proposes to offer you if it should be reelected After a chorus of a voice shouted we1 wouldnt believe it if it causing a roar of laughter A crowd that awaited the gover nors train at Maysville an op erating stop was rewarded when Landon appeared on the rear plat form shortly before 11 p and shook hands with as many persons as he could reach Polls At Huntington Landon reiterated the choice at the poUs next Tues day is between those desiring an all powerful chief executive and a subservient congress and a sub servient supreme court and those who propose to go forward along the American way of After his speech in St Louis Sat urday night Governor and Mrs Landon planned to go directly to the Sunflower Special for the over night journey to Topeka where he will rest his case with the voters in a brief electioneve broadcast Mon day night Parents Are Warned to Protect Children From Whooping Cough DES MOINES state de partment of health warned parents Saturday to use every precaution to protect their children from Reporting that the number of cases in Iowa during October were almost as many as expected the department said this is the season when a couglror coldTn a child should beregarded with sus Twentysix new whooping cough cases including 11 in BlacksHawk county werereported in Iowa last week Fiftytwo scarlet fever cases also were reported to the health depart ment F R IN TRIBUTE TO FARLEY AND PARTYWORKERS Declares People Taking Intelligent Interest in Campaign NEW YORK W President Roosevelt paid a visit to democratic national headquarters Saturday and in a speech of thanks party workers declared the increased in terest the yoters were taking in na tional affairs indicated victory for the new deal next Tuesday Speaking from a balcony looking down on a twentieth floor ballroom of the Biltmore hotel the chief ex ecutive said the most important impression hehad obtained from the campaign was were taking a more intelligent interest and becoming forum minded on national affairs I may be frankly a little preju diced at the present he said but I believe the more people go to those forums the bigger our ma jority is going to be next Tribute to Farley The president also paid a warm lavel Dd said he had come to the definite conclusion that national headquarters had been what we call in the navy a happy crossed wires everything clicking and the result is going to bear that cut next He visited headquarters with Mrs Roosevelt after a drive from his town house on East Sixtyfifth street The greeting along the way reached its top pitch at the hotel where a heavy paper storm rained down on his party Remains for Lunch The president remained at the Biltmore for lunch and thejr stepped cut for a tour of the Bronx where he spoke briefly before a group of women leaders He then motored for awhile and returned to his home to rest up for his last major speech of the cam paign Saturday night in Madison Square garden He brings the cam paign to a close Monday with a 15 minute radio talk from his home in Hyde Park That his speech Saturday night would be another sharply worded Jlast at the republican leadership and an outline of new deal achievements was the consensus of presidential intimates Hits at Employers Such was the tone of his word address Friday night in the jammed Academy of Music in Brooklyn He again struck at the republicans and a few employers for their attitude toward the social security act enumerated new deal acts which he about a better happier and expressed confidence the voters next Tuesday would say that our policy for the future is their policy for the Between assertions that the ad ministration had brought about a more united America by assisting all groups together and that past administrations had fostered differentiation between classes he interpolated a remark about the 1936 republican emblem that broughtthe loudest applause of the evening He read atelegram he said he had received on his special train coming up from Washington as follows Goes to In the morning the sunflower turns to the In the afternoon the sunflower turns to the and goes to seed before A roar of laughter and cheers swept the gayiy decorated hall whose seats were filled and everyaisle was packed before the president stepped to the platform About midway in hisspeech Mr Roosevelt raised his hand as if to hush a Alfred Smith whose name wifc shouted by a gal leryite The president had just concluded a statement that the republican leadership driven to desperation and urged oh by the same sinister forces which generation after gen erationhave opposedall social legislation now repudiate their own representatives and senators in North Iowa Has Rains Wintry Weather Ahead Snow Probable in Half of State Says Forecaster North Iowa had what may be its rain of the season Satur day morning as the weatherman produced a wintry weekend fore cast predicting dropping tempera tures all over the state and prob ably snow for the northern part An inch of rain was reported at Garner Saturday morning and Ma son City had 6 of an inch up to 8 oclock It was cloudy all over the state Saturday and rained until noon in the northern half The weatherman said showers could be expected Sunday in sec tions where it didnt snow Dubuoue reported 54 of an inch of Charles City 20 Daven port 44 Keokuk 14 38 Sioux City 28 and Council Bluffs 01 It still was raining at Sioux City Council Bluffs Dubuque and Des Moines The high temperature Friday was 66 at Sioux City and the low early Saturday 44 at Charles City Temperatures at 7 a m aver aged 15 degrees above normal but the weatherman said they would drop sharply by night predicting a low of 25 degrees in northwest Iowa 30 degrees in the northeast and southwest sections and 35 in the soutHeast Two Badly injured in CarTruck Crash 9 DES MOTNES UF Virginia Long 17 and J Adair 23 both of Des Moines suffered severe inju ries early Saturday when the au tomobile in which they were riding collided with a truck owned by A W Hankers of Des Moines They were taken to Mercy hospi tal where atendants saidtbe girl suffered a fractured arm and leg and cuts and Adair bruises and cuts the halls of congress and leave them looking positively Al Smith Booed That includes Al said a man in a lower balcony yelled several in the audience The president had mentioned the social security law after referring to the NRA as having brought bus inessmen together to encourage them to increase wages to shorten hours to abolish child He gave no inkling of how he felt about an NRA for the future as had been demanded by his republican oppon ent Governor Landon He said the social security law which he described as a new mag na charta for those who had received thesupport of 77 republi cans in the house and 15 in the sen ate and only 18 of that party voted against it in the house with 5 in the senate That fact be added was perhaps illustrative of the paradox in the closing days of the campaign that saw republican leaders repudiate that group of 92 in their own party Word for Lehman The president then put in a word for Governor Herbert H Lehman who preceded him with a speech that also touched on the old age pension and unemployment insur ance law Lehman is running for a third term at Albany Praising the great social re forms and liberal government under Lehman the chief executive asserted There arenone among you who believe that on Tuesday next there is one chance in a thousand that New York state will turn its gov ernment back to the old Outlines New Deal After outlining what deal had done at Washington and top ping off each of three phases of ac tivity with an assertion the people on Tuesday would is a job well he declared An equally important task re mains To go forward to consoli date and to strengthen these gains close the gap by destroying the glaring inequalities of opportunity and of security which in the recent past have set group against group and region against region By our policies for the future we will carry forward this program of unity We will not be i content until all our fairly snare in the ever increasing capacity of America to provide a high standard of living for all its Have You Read Your Newspaper 1 What did Justice Sir John Anthony Hawke do 2 President Roosevelt spoke at the fiftieth anniversary of what famous lady 3 What four men are candi dates of the republican and demo cratic parties for XJ S senator from Iowa 4 A strike of maritime work ers was called on which coast 5 Who speed record for eastward crossing of the Atlantic byairplane was the donor of the that started the Toronto 7 Sir Edgar Britten who died the past week commanded what great British liner 8 What film star went back to his home town of Beatrice said Its just like it used to 9 How many U S senate seats are atstake in election 10 What city increased its pop half Politics on The Air TIME IS CENTRAL STANDARD Note Schedule Subject to Last Minute Change Saturday night 7 Col Frank Knox WJZN Y State Judge W F Bleakley WJZNBC John Hamilton WEAFNBC WABCCBS Gov A M Lan don WMTKSO Senator Dick inson JeffersonianDemocrats WJZ NBC 7 Richard Cleveland WJZ NBC Al Smith Y State 8 Gov H H Lehman WEAFNBC WABCCBS WORMBS Presi dent Roosevelt Sunday 12 noon and WABCCBS Fred G Clark p George A Nelson and Daniel W Hoan WJZNBC Norman Thomas Ros coe Conkling Simmons 1 National Dr F E Townsend a m and p Jeffersonian Democrats WJZ NBC 7 former Senator James A Reed Monday Republican WABCNY state Judge W F Bleakley Hit by Car Injured DES MOINES Christy 56 Des Moines suffered severe head cuts and bruises when struck by a car which failed to stop FORECAST IOWA Unsettled Saturday night and Sunday possibly rain or snow much colder for most part MINNESOTA Mostly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday pos sibly snow colder much colder in east and south portions IN MASON CITY weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum 54 Minimum in Night 44 At 8r A M 48 Rainfall 60 After givingfootball fans of Ma son City a chance to get home from a drizzly rain set in5 still in pro gress Octobers total moisture stood at inches at 8 oclock Saturday morning 150 SHIPS TIED UP BY WALKOUT ON WEST COAST Repercussions Felt as Far Away as Alaska and Hawaii WASHINGTON Perkinsmade public a telegram Saturday from the joint maritime strike committeeon the west coast in whica it said negotiations for a settlement could be resumed at once if employers give sincere sion of a real desire to negotiate rather thantocontinue to say no to fundamental union The labor secretary gave out the telegraphic reply to her request that the maritime1 unions resume negotiations before she left for New York to attempt to avert a spread of the Pacific atrike to east coast sorts The reply of the joint marine strike committee to her telegram said will ing at all times to negotiate ac ceptable agreements witi ship ownl ers If employersgivesincere ex pression of real desire to negotiate rather thantocontinueto saynoto fundamental union principles then negotiations can be resumed at Will Welcome Effort Unions will welcome any effort you may make to cause employers to resume negotiations provided employers negotiate in sincere and honest effort to settle present dif The strike committee described negotiations preceding the strike as farcial because of the employ ers uncompromising stiff necked and unfriendlyattitude and obvious desire to smash The by Marvin Rathbone sured Miss Perkins that the unions were taking every precaution to preserve LTJMBER WORKERS MAY BE OUT OF JOBS SAN FRANCISCO JP A spreading maritime strike held nearly 150 vessels in coast ports Saturday paralyzed cargo move ments at a peak season and threat ened to add more than new workers to the idle list headed by marine employes Ships heading for ports from San Diego to Seattle faced tieup on ar Atlantic and Gulf marine com merce faced a spread of the walk out to those areas San Francisco officials mindful of the bloody 83 day strike in 1934 took emergency steps to meet the situation precipitated Thursday midnight by a general walkout of marine union labor Federal officials here and in Washington strove to bring accord with no immediate indication of success Felt in Alaska The strike had repercussions in far away Alaska and Hawaii It disrupted plans of hundreds of sea going passengers and caused revi sion of mail movements It even threatened to interrupt football schedules Fiftyseven strike bound here Another 57 were held m North Pacific ports including Seattle and Tacoma Wash and Portland Ore Twenty two were tied un at San Pedro and San Diego and six in Hawaii San Francisco also was har rassed by a ware housemen in grocerVjstorage plants demanding higher wages and a new working agreement Lumber Workers In Seattle the West Coast Lum bermens association estimated lumber workers would be forced out of work if the marine strike lasted a week Mills have been forced to curtail production to not less thim one theassociation Many of its 202 mitts in Washington and Oregon were reported closing down Friday night Marine labor here claiming the support of Atlantic and Gulf unions watched cloaelyj there but no when New York seamen decided to await ac tion by the International union Vessels at Docks Sit of seamen in New York prevented sailing of the liner American Trader for London   

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