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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 7, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                Minnesota Final ED BD NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME Purdue Fordham 1334 Final Northwestern Wisconsin 1 2 S 4 Final Notre Dame Navy Ohio State Chicago THt NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH NEIGHBORS 1 2 S 4 Final HOME EDITION VOL XLIII FIVE CENTS A ABSOUlAMim PRESS LEASED WlMO MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 1936 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SHECTIONB SECTION OMB NO 28 Both Parties Are Stunned New Lineup Seen as Result of Vote A valanche By CHARLES P STEWART A S H I N G T O N CPA Presi dent Roosevelt was reelected by so much wider a margin than any one really had expected that both party man agements are just beginningto take stock of the situation That is to say the democratic party manage ment is doing so ana the surviv ors of what was the republican management are purveying the ruins and wondering whether anything can be recon structed from them True James A Farley talked about 48 states and John Hamilton mentioned 46 or so but the fact is that up to the last minute the best political judges looked for a lather close election The democrats were as much pleased as the republicans were grieved by the actual result but the democrats were somewhat flabbergasted by the size of it too Was it Democratic The problem is MADRID DATTLES DESPERATELY Martha Bush Golub Gets Three Year Sentence MINNESOTA 330 AHEAD OF IOWA AT END OF HALF Fans Jam Every Corner of Stadium in Minneapolis PLAY BY PLAY OX PAGE 2 Poisoned Brother to Get M I N N E A Golden Gophers smarting from their 60 defeat by Northwestern a week ago were taking it out on Iowa hare Saturday holding a lead of 33 to 0 at half time Approximately fans jam rucd every corner of Memorial sta aium Minnesotas homecoming game The crowd was the largest in Gopher history A snow began to fall as the game the started There was only a light tory in any proper sense a demo craiic victory or was it a victory The 120 piece jowa clad in for President Roosevelt and the j scarlet jackets and black trousers new president and the the game and be deal being practically the Uveen The Gopher marching fame thing without much regaia to democracy Another problem is Can the republican party resurrect itself 01 is it asdead as a doornail right cow The commonest one hears is that the victors by the proportions of yirj tually have established themselves as a new political which will become more and more ap parent as such in the course of the ensuing four years and that the I republican party is dead that a Lafayette Freshmen successor to it will have to be Freshmen 13 r1 1 hand of loO pieces followed Football Scores FINALS 14 Rutgers created in order to have two par Pennsylvania Freshmen 20 Colum ties in the fieUl in 1940 j bia Freshmen 0 Keep to Leliuard i This is on the assumption that President Roosevelt keeps more or j Temple 0 Michigan Stale 0 THIRD PERIOD less to the icftwaid during his sec one tcim Considering thesize of latest mandate the natural is is thai this is what hj will do In such an fvciH it seems cer tain that all independent liberals and probably all but the extremist radicals will gravitateto progressives of the LaFollette and Morris type the farmerlaborites the John L Lewisites and maybe even many of the socialists They may call themselves demo crats or they may hit on a new name but they will be in reality a cleancut liberal party Or a rad ical one depending on ones defi nition Guesses Are Heard Quite a few guesses arc heard to the effect that these folk will j insist upon Piesklent Roosevelts nomination for a third term but j that is a contingency which it is overly early to consider j In the meantime the supposition i i that conservative democrats j arid republicans will have ronsoli la ted into live party SECOND PEKIOD North Dikota n DC Iaul 13 KciiliicUy 0 Miinhiittau IS Columbia 7 Dartmouth 13 Penn State 0 Pittsburgh 7 Georgetown 7 West Virginia 0 Villanovu 7 South Carolina 0 Brown 0 Vale 14 Cornell 0 Princeton 28 Virginia 0 Harvard 34 Colgate 6 Holy Cross 6 North Carolina State 3 Boston col lege 0 Muhlenberg 7 Army 21 Carnegie 7 New York U 0 Michigan 0 Pennsylvania 14 FIRST PERIOD Marquette 0 Creighton 0 Syracuse 7 Indiana 0 Nebraska 7 Kansas I Tulane 7 Alabama 31 Virginia 0 Harvard 20 Brown 0 Yale 7 Muhlenberg 7 Army 7 Cornell 0 1rinceton M Prnn State 0 Pittsburgh 7 Georgetown 7 West Virginia 0 leancut conservaj 6 Buckncll 0 i Carnegie Teen 0 New York U 0 Lester B Slack 34 of Elk hart con fessed poisoning his brothers wine in order tocollect in insurance to finance a honeymoon trip to Florida Lester was going to marry Mrs Helen Kercheval 34 year old divorcee of Elkhart The lines alroady are mixed The democratic party has con sisted partly of liberals and partly of conservatives The same is true of the republican party Party Labels Mixed Individual voters however have continued hitherto to vote as per party labels with little regard for their real convictions They have failed in short to realize that they were all jumbled up In 1916 when Theodore Roose velt ran independently there were hints that the electorate was on the point of a redivision into something logical on each side but the hints failed to materialize There were similar hints which also failed to materialize in 1924 when the late Senator ran independently But this jolt was so violent that it bids fair to jar the conflicting elements apart to settle down into two new groups where they be long Roosevelt Earthquake A naiTOW Rooseveltian victory probably would not have done it But The new liberal group evident ly will be at least as liberal as the new deal The new conservative group as suredly will be considerably more liberal than oldfashioned con servatives were The oldfashioned folk will be left with no place to go Apparently they are nearly ex tinct anyway Kentucky 0 Manhattan 0 Columbia 0 Dartmouth 6 CHILLY DAY FOR FOOTBALL FANS Weatherman Says Skies to Clear Temperatures to Rise Sunday DES MOINES football lans went to the games Saturday to shiver in the dampish chill that held LaFollette j sway over the state under leaden clouds The weatherman however fore cast clearing skies Saturday night and generally fair weather Sunday with rising temperatures in the west and north parts of the state A low of 10 degrees was forecast for northwest Iowa Saturday night 15 for the southwest section 20 for the northeast and 25 for the south east Fridays high temperature was 56 at Keokuk the low early Saturday 18 at Sioux City No rain or snow was reported during the 24 hours ending at 7 a but at several points Saturday mist that hinted of sleet and snow was falling Have You Read Your Newspaper j Snow began to fall in the Mason i Citv area shortly before 2 oclock 1 The contest for what state office in Iowa was the closest the lead changing hands several times in the course of the count ing 2 What former Iowa gover nor died 3 How many states gave their electoral votes to Landon and which ones were thty 4 What grandson of a former republican leader in the U S senate was elected to that body from 5 What political leader came the closest to predicting the ex tent of the Roosevelt election triumph 6 What industry after the election announced wage in creases throughout the country 7 Police of what nation were accused of torturing three Brit ish sailors 8 What nation issued a new criminal code 9 What is the constitutional amendment called that provides for convening the new congress Jan 6 instead of waiting until after March 4 10 Was William Lemke re elected to congress ANSWERS OX 3 MORE ERRORS IN Recheck in Pottawattamie Puts Kraschel Ahead Votes DBS MOINES recheck of Pottawattamie county precinct election envelopes by the county auditor Saturday added to Nelson G Kraschels lead over George A Wilson republican candidate for governor With the Pottawattamie county I vote correction and other minor changes Saturday Kraschels mar gin became votes I The total vote for each candidate I was Krasche Wilson 425 i The Pottawattamie county change j gave Kraschcl an additional 490 1 votes and took one from Wilsons total Following numerous changes due to errors in the report of precinct judges in their reports Friday Web ster county Friday night reported two more discrepancies County Auditor Raymond Clausen said that an error in transmission of the vote to Des Moines gave Wilson total official votes instead of This Webster county figure was changed later Friday night when a deputy auditor said that a recheck gave Kraschel 10 more votes and took 100 away from Wilsons total Early Friday errors were reported in PolK Linn and Woodbury counties which had boosted Kraschels lead to votes PLEADS GUILTY GOESMONDAYTO ROCKWELL CITY In Jail Since Oct 27 for Failure to Give Bond of Mrs Martha Bush Golub 410 Fifth street southwest was sen tenced late Friday by Judge M F Edwards to serve three years in the womens reformatory at Rockwell City on the plea of guilty to a coun ty attorneys information charging her with conspiracy to commit a felony namely an attempt to pro duce an Sheriff J M Robertson said Sat urday that Mrs Golub would be taken to the reformatory on Mon day Since Oct 27 two days after the attempt to produce an abortion was allegedly made Mrs Golub has been held in the county jail unable to furnish the bail bond of set by Judge M H Kepler when she was first arraigned County Attorney F B Shaffer and Hines Mount his assistant ap Deared in behalf of the state They iave directed with the coopera tion of the local police and sheriffs officers the investigation in this case which has Been the only sue Pleads Guilty ttolsnd Mrs Golub lehind the bars despite the fact liat she has been named in several county attorneys informations dur ng the last few years and was even irought to trial once In the latter ase a jury acquitted her of a harge of producing an abortion only after a first jury had dis agreed and a retrial had been heard L R Boomhower by court ap icintment and at the countys ex iense represented Mrs Golub and ntered her plea of guilty The complaining witness in the ase is convalescing MARTHA BUSH GOLUB GUNMEN KILLED FIVE WOUNDED Shooting Affray Culminates Sensational Raid on Roadhouse CHICAGO of four gun men was killed and four patrons and a waiter were wounded in a Burned Starting Stove Fire With Kerosene GRANDVIEW Herbert Hammer young Grandview woman suffered severe burns about her face and body when her clothing became ignited as she was starting a fire with kerosene at her home Saturday morning Teacher Sorry She Used Clothespins to Keep Pupils Silent OKLAHOMA classroom game in which lips of talkative second grade youngsters sealed with clothespins ended Sat urday in the teacher being deeply sorry and a parent suggesting we forget the whole Parents of three pupils com plained Ed Marshall of an Oklahoma City grade school over the teachers disciplinary measure reportingtwo of the chil dren came home with swollen and Druised lips Marshall apologized to the par ents but said he intended to take no action aguinst the teacher LOOK INSIDE FOR W G BROOKS Burlington Man Heads Teachers Association ON PAGE 2 Social Security Blanks Will Be Distributed ON PAGE 12 Schoolmen Ask Ouster of Athletic Secretary ON PAGE 9 Farm Home Near New Hampton Is Destroyed ON PAGE 8 sationalraid that threw more than 100 guests into an uproar at the Pow Wow roadhbuse in suburban Franklin Park early Saturday While many of the patrons were dancing to the tune Up the Lazy three of the gunmen forced other patrons to throw their money and jewelry on tables and then lie on the floor The fourth gunman armed with a shotgun kept the orchestra playing When the robbers came to the table at which Policeman Wilfred Woodmaster 2S who was not in uniform was sitting he answered their demands by drawing his pistol and firingfour shots Gunman Opens Fire At the sound of the shooting the gunman standing near the orches tra opened fire the charge striking a and four dancers who either did not know robbery was in progress or believed it was a joke for the amusement of the patrons The wounded robber collapsed over a table and was carried out by his companions who escaped in a car in which two women were wait ing Later the body of one of the gun men with bullet wounds in the chest and arm was found in a car in front of a hospital It was identified as that of Patsy Dichiara arrested several times but nevcr convicted Scurry for Shelter Patrons scurried for shelter when the shooting began upsetting taocs and chairs in a mad scramble to escape The gunmen fired twice Those wounded and taken to a hospital were Morton Rumsey 19 H e s p e r i a a chauffeur wounded in the abdomen Nicholas Diotis 40 a waiter wounded in his right leg and hip Arvid Moberg 30 and his Esther 28 both wounded in the ankle and Mrs Adeline Sheffer 24 wounded in both legs Chamberls Optimistic on Business WASHINGTON Cham ber of Commerce of the United States Saturday spoke out with high optimism on economic condi tions saying that business momen tum is impressive both in its ex tent and in its promise for the pe riod In its publication Washington the chamber cited one favorable factor after another to support the conclusion When all the evidence is brought together in an endeavor to consid er the sum total of economic activ ity throughout the country it ap pears unmistakably that since the summer of 1935 there has been steady Although such a prolonged ad vance might ordinarily suggest a temporary recession in the near fu ture the chamber reported that this cid not appear in present economic cards In National Activity Consideration of the elements which enter into national activity both by business fields and by it was said makes it clear GEN SEBASTIAN IN COMMAND OF BESIEGED TOWN Takes Full Control as Government Flees to Valencia MADRID Sebastian Pozas seized complete command of Madrids affairs Saturday in the ab sence of the government and with a desperate workers army clung grimly to the besieged city Pozas generalissimo of the gov ernment forces in the Madrid area became head of a new safety coun cil in command of the city after government ministers had left be fore dawn by motor car for Valen cia The ministers will continue to advise General Pozas but it was learned from reliable sources that he has been granted full power to take any steps he deems immedi ately necessary in the interests of the capital Set Up Headquarters The Spanish government estab lished headquarters Saturday night in the Benicarlo palace at Valen cia The ministers met immediate lly insecret session President Man no that during the last 17 months the uel Azana has been in Barcelona most significant development has j for several weeks been the improvement in balance among the fields of enterprise and among the areas of the country This has not been a period of spectacular bursts here and there serving to accentuate comparisons with low conditions elsewhere IiisteaaV it caiTnow seerTtliaJ there have been at work the pro cesses which restore order where dislocation had earlier been evident which bring all activities nearer the average instead of some being far above and others equally far be Necessary to Go Back The chamber said that it is necessary to go back a decade to find another period in which busi ness momentum had within itself equal elements of strength and then citing improvement in a half dozen segments of business contin ued An insurgent radio broadcast from Jaca not confirmed drid said insurgent troops had ad vanced into Madrid proper A re port from Lisbon said the fascists had taken bridge within Madria at dawn The Madrid ad vices heavily censored and delayed several hours indicated only that the insurgents were in the citys Marcel Rosenberg the Russian ambassador closed his embassy and left with his staff for Valencia It was believed he planned to establish a provisional embassy there at Ali cante or in Barcelona Bombardment Is Heavy The tattered proletariat ranks at the gates of Madrid sought franti cally to smash through the cordon of besiegers advancing from out lying sections of the city 1 A terrific insurgent bombard ment from Madrids suburbs was Such data reflect both progress answered by tte crashing shells of made and the progress yet to be AmongIndividual upturns the re port titled Business Carries mentioned iron and steel car load ings electric power bituminous coal and cotton textiles FORECAST IOWA Cloudy and somewhat colder in southeast and cxtrejne east portions Saturday night Sunday jrenernlly vjtn temperatures in west and north portions MINNESOTA Generally fair Saturday night and Sunday ris ing temperature Sunday and in north portion Saturday night IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 33 Minimum in Night 33 At 8 A M Saturday 24 WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO weather out look for the period of Nov 9 to 14 For the Upper Mississippi and Lower Missouri or rain possible in north portion during latter half temperature near or be ow normal LABOR PEACE IS SOUGHT BY Green Authorized to Start Negotiations With Green of A F of D PITTSBURGH commit tee for industrial organization Sat urday authorized John L Lewis its chairman to start peace negotia tions wtih William Green president of the American Federation of La bor The committee telegraphed Green a request that he meet Lewis to confer upon existing The unions in the Lewis commit tee were suspendd Spt 5 for in The fderations council several weeks ago named a committee of three to talk peace terms with a similar group from the Lewis fac tion but the committee suggested a two man conference would be better Lewis told reporters that if and when he met Green his basic demand would be 1 Lifting of the suspension of the 10 unions 2 American Federation of Labor indorsement of the committees campaign to bring all the workers in each big industry into one big un ion 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 the governments heavy artillery Buildings in the center of Madrid quivered from the shock of the bombardment The battle for possession of the Spanish capital was near a climax Party leaders exhorted the defend ing militia to fight without quar ter without War ministry officials said the next 72 hours would tell the story Government planes roaring over Madrid dropped leaflets signed by Air Minister Indalecio Prieto which which stated Business at Standstill You demanded planes and tanks We fulfilled our duty in giving you an ample supply of both now you must fulfill your duty by doing your The industrial life of the city waa at a standstill with every able bodied man pressed into service Syndicalists called for women vol unteers to form a column and take ana active part in the citys real guard More barricades were thrown up at strategic points in the city and garrisons were strongly fortified Parapets of sandbags bundles of newspapers paving stones and any thing handy which might afford protection were erected near leftist headquarters in various parts of the capital Refugees struggling under bur dens of mattresses blankets and personal belongings continued to stream into Madrids center from the shelltorn suburbs Notify All Concierges The radio station notified all con cierges to report vacancies in their apartment buildings for use to shel ter those fleeingthe war zone Terrified thousands fled east ward out of the capital The quaking populace that re mained heard the evernearing din of bat Us as fierce Moorish hordes 01 the fascist attackers invaded the outskirts of the city Fearstricken women and chil dren even men voiced the dread question paramount in every mind of those remaining in the seeming ly doomed capital What will the Moors do Will they Kill us all Refugees Leave City As mounting panic swept the city deeply shaken by the news Premier Francisco Largo Cabaliero and his cabinet aides had decided to Abandon the capital long lines of   

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