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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 21, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                Final Final Final Iowa Temple Notre Dame Northwestern NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME Iowa State Drake Final Final Kansas Minnesota THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS HOME EDITION VOL XLII1 FIVE CENTS COP A8SOU1ATKB PRZSB LEASED WlBB MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO ttCTIONS SECllON OKK NO 40 HAWKEYES TROUNCE TEMPLE 25 TO 0 AGED CHILDREN AND WOMEN TO BE EVACUATED Cars Are Seized by Madrid Junta as Big Guns Boom By H E KNOBLAUCH MADRID defense junta seized automobiles Sat urday to evacuate an estimated women children and elder ly persons from the besieged and bombarded capital The work began immediately and will not halt until it is completed the evacuation commisary an nounced The automobiles will carry the refuges to points east and south of the capital Returning they will transport food to Madrid During the afternoon defense gunners rolled their big batteries up to University City and began a heavy short range bombardment of the positions still held by fascist invaders They announced ihe recapture of the national institute of biology in the northeastern Madrid section and said withdrawal of their forces from Casa del Campo Park across the Manzanares river from Madrid on the west had strengthened the University City corps Official reports reached Madrid to confirm the sinking of a Spanish merchantman of Palamos on the 40 fascist shells from the insurgent cruiser Canarias The reports were strik ingly similar to those heard at FrancoSpanish border points four days ago and rebroadcast by in surgent radio station Thursday Air Raids Halted A day of heavy freezing rain gave the grateful capital respite from aerial bombardment Pressed by an increasing food shortage the government offered free transportation to the eastern Levantc regions of Spain for wo men children and old persons of both sexes The intense cold increased the hardships of the homeless All available apartments in the socalled neutral zone in the north eastern part of Madrid were order ed listed to find a refuge for the stitute As many as nine or ten fam ilies were living in single apart ments as the evacuation of the northwestern and western sections increased All Entrances Blocked However the defense Junta an nounced all entrances to Madrid were blocked effectively and prom ised the suffering of Madrilenos would be only The diplomatic corps it was de clared again has prompted its mem bers to urge their respective gov ernments to take steps to prevent a recurrence of the cruel aerial bombings of the last 16 days Official circles insisted the recog nition of the Burgos fascist govern ment by Italy and Germany was an indication the insurgents had be come convinced they would not take Madrid Saturday General Jose Miaja de fense chief declared The loyalists are maneuvering to crush the foe in a single decisive Irish Fighters Leave Germany named General Wil helm Faupel reorganizer of South American armies as its charge d affaires to the Spanish fascist re gime At the same time a second contingent of 40 Irish fighters left Dublin to help the Spanish fascists Insurgents at Talavcra announc ed the 22 old son of Premier Francisco Larpo Caballero of Spain was being held as a hostage of war after beingforced to desert the gov ernment Palamos where the Canarias was reported to have sunk the merchant ship is 60 miles northeast or Bar celona which General Francisco Franco the insurgent generalissi mo has threatened to blockade and even destroy if necessary to cut off government arms supplies Organize Hunt One shell was declared to have fallen into the town of Palamos but none of the residents was injured the reports declared First information reaching the capital apparently did not explain whether the bombardment signalled the opening of a threatened insur gent blockade of Barcelona The na tlonality of the merchant ship was not disclosed In heavily censored dis In the Casa del Campo park across Manzanarcs river Scot Chamber Heads Favor State Compacts Strong Wind Handicaps Firemen in North Iowa Colder Weather Seen Over WeekEnd for State Firemen were handicapped at two North Iowa points Friday evening by a strong wind which swept over this section of the state Tempera tures in Iowa held to freezing and above but a mercury drop was pre dicted for the weekend At the farm owned by Mrs Jessie Taraldson 2 miles east of Lime Springs tenanted by the Howard Foote family a large barn was de stroyed by flames The high wind and scarcity of water supply made it impossible for Lime Springs fire men to fight the fire 20 Head of Livestock Lost This barn 36 by 90 was destroyed and the loss included 5 horses 15 cows 250 chickens all the machin ery hay and grain two stacks of corn fodder and two strawstacks The loss estimated at between and was partly cov ered by Charles City fire about 11 oclock Friday night destroyed a garage at the rear of the W E Taylor residence 101 Harwood street and also burned three auto mobiles The flames had spread rap idlv when discovered Cars owned bv Mr Taylor Miss Daisy Morns and a roomer who lived nearby were destroyed A fourth auto was out of the garage at the time 30 Degrees Predicted The iowa for Saturday night a minimum temr perature of 20 degrees in the north half of the state with 28 for the low n the south half Charles City and Mason City reported even freezing forthe low early Saturday while CouncH Bluffs said the mercury rose to 70 there Friday Temperatures at 7 a m Saturday averaged 9 degrees above the nor mal it was clear over the state and the weatherman said t would stay that way Saturday night and SUNoayprecipitation was reported miring the last 21 hours in Iowa tish ambulance brigadiers organized a pig hunt in the heavily wooded former royal estate Government commanders inspir ed by the reoccupation of the biology building ordered militiamen to at blazing Casa de Velasquez a university dormitory Find Freak Situation 4 freak situation arose with the capture by fascists of the biology building and its recapture by so cialists When the insurgents took over the structure they isolated a group of government militiamen on the upper floors Both forces barricaded themselves against attack from the other Chairs tables and anatomical models were piled against the doors The opposing groups held each other at bay until a socialist advance from the model prison forced the fascists to retire Then the government soldiers came downstairs to greet their luccewful comrades The pig hunt in the park was suggested by a member of the Scottish ambulance brigade while time hung heavy on the hands of the medical units members Pork is nae to be sniffed at these one driver explained as he joined the chase A constant stream of fearful Ma drilenos continued to move into the northeastern Salamanca district which fascists have declared a neutral area for civilian and non combatants Appeal for Evacuation Madrid newspapers joined in ap peals for evacuation to the district of all women children and aged persons to facilitate military opera tions in the beleaguered sections The emergency defense council appointed a commission to coordin ate the citys defenses particularly the fortifications constructed by volunteers The eastern coastal city of Bar celona threatened with insurgent bombardment went through its first aid raid test Red Cross am bulances were stationed at strategic points All lights were turned off Private automobiles were driven with their headlights out Officials said they were with the test LOOK INSIDE FOR BRIG GEN H B DENHAKDT Denhardt Declares T Am Not a Killer ON PAGE 14 Aged and Needy Blind Aided by Security Act ON PAGE 3 Iowas Cheesemakers Organize Association ON PAGE 11 Wood One of Golfs Hard Luck Players ON PAGE 9 LEWIS BACKERS GIRD FOR FIGHT WITHIN A F OF L To Oppose Steam Roller Action Upon Peace Resolutions By ALLEN C MOKKIS TAMPA Fla militant band of John Lewis supporters short in voting strength but deter mined to be heard on the floor of the American Federation of Labor convention whipped up opposition Saturday to steam roller action on their resolutions proposing peacs with industrial unionists Gathering their temporary chair man announced in the name of those who love some hundred delegates laid plans elect ed a board of strategy and went forth into convention byways but tonholing others to gain converts to their cause Smarting under defeat in the first major test of strength at the con industrial unionists for got any technical differences for an united front after a boycott had been voted by the convention on mens by the amal gamated clothing workers affiliat ed with the Lewis committee GERMANS SCOFF AT TANKS War Department Officials Declare Criticism Is Unwarranted de partment officials characterized as unwarranted Saturday the pub lished criticism of American war tanks in the German military pub lication Mllitar Wochenblatt The newspapers article said American tank equipment would not stand the test of war TUe relative value of American tanks and those of European make is a matter of one high army officer said The light high speed tank developed by our own ordnance department and n o w standard equipment for the army is eminently satisfactory to the general staff because these ma chines will do what they are in tended to This spokesman characterized the German article full of in accuracies He said the army did not know of any Cunningham make of tank to which the article referred The armys own developed fight ing machine is the only tank equip ment in service and contemplated for the American military estab lishment it wag said This tank which can travel across country at speeds exceeding 40 an hour is armed with three machine guns Gets Year in Jail OSKALOOSA Fire baugh New Sharon was sentenced to one year in jail when he pleaded guilty to maintaining a liquor nui sance SpValfers atthe council of way denounced the boycott as undemjfc serving to widen the breach in labors ranks oy the A F of L executive councils suspension of the ten committee for industrial organizations unions The weekend respite from speeches and con vention was in recess until gave the rebels time to marshal forces and leaders in both camps oc casion to predict reprisals would come from the amalgamated boy cott The amalgamated suspended with Lewis own United Mine Workers and eight other unions by the A F of L executive council two months ago for has workers The United Garment Workers whose products unionists now are committed to use has about Must Wear Overalls Leaders said most of these were in work clothes plants and Frank X Martel delegate from the Detroit typographical union shouted during the boycott debate to outlaw the union label of the amalgamated will mean that a man who wants a suit of union made clothes will have to get a pair of Thomas Ricket veteran president crisply replied yes when Max Zaritsky president of the United Hatters Cap and Millinery workers and a member of the Lewis com mittee questioned whether the United Garment workers was well enough organized to enable A F of L members to use clothes with tceir Opportunity for this at a Lewis ally came through decision of officers after the unions their own label Instead of unltedj The amal gamated W8jp explained by Wil liam Green president of the federa tion agreed to use uniteds label when admitted to the A F of L in 1833 Face Uphill Fight Without the blocks of federation votes held by the suspended mem bers of the committee for Industrial organization delegates favoring the Lewis program for bringing all workers of each big industry into one union faced an admittedly up hill fight against the voting strength of the craft unionists Confident the convention resolu tions committee will recommend that suspension of the Lewis unions should be continued but expulsion deferred the battling rebels here agreed upon getting the floor of argu ments favoring1 Industrial organiz ation of maw Some of the resolution urge lifting of the oth are for espousal of Lewis pro gram by the A F of L Cheit Ooet Over Goal WATERLOO community chest campaign ended with pladgeg of which was over the goal set for the campaign Have You Read Your Newspaper 1 The appointment of George Keller to what position aroused a controversy in state democratic circles 2 With what unique legal case is Justice W E Middleton iden tified 3 In what abqut 000 persons drown when a mine reservoir burst 4 To the U S ambassadorship in what country was Joseph E Davies appointed 5 Fay Webb exwife of what orchestra leader died 6 What is the name of the cruiser carrying President Roose velt to the InterAmerican peace conference at Buenos Aires 7 Where did Charles M Dutch er Iowa City attorney die 8 What member of the new deals brain trust resigned 9 In the armies of what nations did sons of Mine Schumann Heink fight in the World war 10 How many persons were convicted of fraudulent use of the mails in the M B A merger trial at Fort Dodge the past week ANSWERS ON PAGE 2 NO POLITICS IS Well Aware of Controversy Over Appointment as WPA Head DES MOINES Prof George Keller new Iowa WPA head whose appointment to succeed L S Hill caused a disturbance in democratic party circles said Saturday that there will be no polities mixed with relief in his administration I am well aware of the contro versy which my appointment has Professor Keller said but it seems to me the one important fact is that work relief must be run for the benefit of the people for whom it was intended and no one The University of Iowa engineer ing professor added this isnt go ing to be any lutt for me and I dont relish the job But friends of mine all over the have asked me to take it and I guess I Keller said he had not been ad vised officially of his appointment and that he would move to combine the Iowa WPA and relief administration as reported in Wash ington until Gov Clyd L Herring returns from the capital HERRING SAYS HE KNOWS WHAT IOWA PEOPLE WANT WASHINGTON by Hubert Utterback Iowa democratic national xommitteeman against ap pointment of George Keller as state WPA administrator drew Saturday from Gov Clyde L Herring the comment I believe I know more about what the people of Iowa want than he Herring had indorsed Keller after L S Hill indicated a desire to re sign Utterback sent objections toAd ministrator Hopkins and in Des Moiries was quoted as saying Her ring is trying to run federal relief for Iowa from Herring said it should be under stood that Administrator Hopkins named the Iowa WPA the ap pointment is and always has been a federal one Ive had more favorable than un favorable wires on the Keller ap the governor said I believe Keller is the best man for the The governor said he plans on his return to Des Moines to consider consolidation of the Iowa WPA and federal relief administration setups The resignation of Pryor Bur lington tederal relief director for the itate has been Jnbto hands for some time Names Most Eligible Bachelors IOWA CITY Univergity of Iowa three most eligible bach selected by campus womens organizations and presented at the annual spree university party are Robert Hogan Monticel lo Dave Evans North English and 1 Edgar Cochrane Keokuk ASK BUSINESS TO STUDY PLAN FOR INDUSTRY RULE Declare Scheme Would Provide Respect for Constitution WASHINGTON Cham ber of Commerce of the United States urged businessmen Saturday to give most careful attention to state compacts as a means of in dustrial regulation Chamber directors approved a committee report asserting such agreements among states having similar interests would provide re spect for the constitutional reserva tion to the states of all powers not expressely granted to the federal This it was said would enable courts reviewing the agreements to take a more liberal view than in construing legislation purporting to be based upon limited federal pow Subjects for Compacts As possible subjects for compacts the committee mentioned labor leg islation electric utility regulation milk production corporate charters and natural resources including bi tuminous coal and its competitive fuels and The report Saturday followed a chamber statement Friday that fed eral work relief should be brought to a Although not proposing an im mediate termination the directors advocated a gradual cutting down as business improves The chamber foresaw continued gains in reemployment and this view was supported by a labor de partment report that work ers received jobs in combined man ufacturing and nonmanufacturing industries between midSeptember and midOctober There can be no the chamber report said for private enterprise in the development of Im proved economic Headed by Sargent The committee on compacts headed by Fred W Sargent presi dent of the Chicago and North Western railway reported that there are obvious advantages in state agreements wftich would be subject to approval by congress As to matters of a regional it said the states in the region can determine for them selves the form and extent of joint This method is extremely flex ible It is adaptable to a wide va riety of subjects and Compacts it was said would pro mote expansion of home rule but at the same time would give con gress authority to see that matters are dealt with by the states in ways that are consistent with any na tional Roosevelt Is Welcomed at Old Trinidad Trinidad UP Historic Trinidad discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1496 ceremoniously welcomed President Roosevelt Saturday on his arrival aboard the cruiser Indianapolis Although the president deferred landing until his return from Bue nos Aires Deputy Gov A W Sey mour in gold braided blue trousers white tunic and red feathered tropical helmet was received by the president in the admirals cabin Full honors of a band and bugle ruffles greeted the boarding party which included A S Movro gordata inspectorgeneral of the Trinidad constabulary W Moess ner the American consul and Mrs Seymour and Mrs Moessner Also Receives Press President Roosevelt also received the press in his cabin recalling a visit he made to PortofSpain 32 years ago with his mother and his college roommate The president said his speech to be delivered to the inter American peace confeernce at Buenos Aires was not yet completed He signed hundreds of letters after reading airmail dispatches from Washington brought aboard on his arrival Dressed in gray trousers and an old coat the president appeared in good spirits He said he had read one detective story since leaving Charleston three days ago F R Goes Fishing An ardent fisherman the presi dent went on an angling expedition in this tropical harbor after the ceremonial reception Accompan ied by Colonel Watson his military hisper sonal physician the president dropped his line in quest of finny prizes from a whaleboat 10 miles offshore Meanwhile James Roosevelt wearing the white uniform of a major of marines accompanied Capt Paul Bastedo presidential aide to shore to return the official visit Deputy Governor Seymour made the formal call on the president in place of Gov Sir Murchison Fletch er who was officially visiting To bago Says He Lost Wallet That Contained DES MOINES H Crow Winterset reported to police that he lost a billfold containing near the Polk county courthouse Friday Crow said that he parked his car near the courthouse went into the building and when he returned to the car found that his wallet was missing Football Scores FINALS Georgia 7 Fordham 7 Colgate 18 Syracuse 0 Yale 14 Harvard IS THIRD PERIOD Marquette 0 Duquesne 6 BuckneU 0 Penn State 14 Georgia 7 Fordham 7 Vlllanova 12 Manhattan 0 Harvard 7 Yale 14 Michigan 0 Ohio State IS North Dakota 14 Detroit 0 Dartmouth IS Princeton 7 SECOND PERIOD Dartmouth 6 Princeton 7 City College New York 7 New York U 7 Yale 14 Arizona 0 Michigan State 7 North Dakota 14 Detroit 0 Hobart 7 Army 19 Michigan 0 Ohio State 6 Colgate 7 Syracuse 0 Illinois 6 Chicago 0 FIRST PERIOD Western Maryland Freshmen 7 Catholic U Freshmen 57 Brown 6 Colby 0 Illinois 0 Chicago 0 tehlgh 0 Lafayette 0 North Carolina 7 South Carolina 0 Indiana 0 Purdue 0 Washington 0 Missouri 0 FORECAST IOWA Fair Saturday night and Sunday colder Saturday night rising temperature in northwest section Sunday MINNESOTA Fair Saturday night and Sunday colder In eaat and south Saturday night rising temperature Sun day except in extreme loutheait IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at g oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 60 Minimum In Night SB At 8 A M Saturday S5 WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO weather out look for the period of Nov 23 to 28 Upper Mississippi and lower Mis souri valleys No precipitation indi cated except possibly a little in northeast portion about Tuesday and again about Friday tempera ture mostly near or above normal except somewhat below normal north portion middle of week WATCH FORTfflS 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 SIMMONS STARS AS IOWA CLOSES FOOTBALL YEAR Crowd of Sees Owls Outclassed at Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA UP Iowa3 football Hawkeyes led by a fine defensive end in Homer Harris and a pair of ball carryingstars in Oze Simmons and Bush Lamb surprised Temples powerful team to post a 25 to 0 victory in the windup bat tle of their schedule Saturday A crowd of saw the lowans outclass the OwLs through out FIRST PERIOD Hall received lowaa kickoff on Temples 10 and returned it to Uie 28 Two attempts at the line failed and Temple kicked to the Iowa 30 On the second play Lamb found a big hole on the left side of the Tem ple line and sliced through behind perfect interference for 72 yard dash for a touchdown D Nelson reserve linesman was sent in but his try for extra point was wide and Iowa led 6 to 0 before three minutes was up On the touchdown play Hild Olson and Simmons showed some masterful blocking to pave the way Iowa kicked off to Temples 28 Hall fumbled and D Nelson recov ered for Iowa on the Owls 27 Hild picked up two yards through the center of the line Simmons snaked through for another two Lamb was but recovered Ms fumble Lukac broke through to drop Simmons for a five yard loss and Temple took over on downs Picks Up S Yards From his own 34 Macaulie picked up three on a right end sweep but Drulis right leg was hurt on the play and Miller replaced him on the Temple line A pass Macali to Lukac behind the line of scrim mage made three yards Simmons fumbled Macalis kick but recov ered He was flattened on his own nine yard line Lamb picked a big hole through the left side of the Temple line and slashed 17 yards for a first down Simmons snaked wide around his own left end for 74 yards and Iowa8 second touchdown He tore away from four tacklers as he slithered down the sidelines finally out sprinting the opposition after pass ing Temples 30 Nelsons try was wide again and Iowa led 12 to 0 at the six minute mark of the first quarter The Temple first team was rushed into the game at this point although Macali remained in at fullback Lindenmyer kicked off to the Temple ten and Smith ran it back 21 yards to the Temple 34 Macali slanted off right tackle for a first down on the Owls 46 Pass Makes 21 A tong pass Macali to Walker the left end went 21 yards for first down on the Iowa 33 Another long pass was knocked down Smiti fumbled and Gurzynski re covered for Temple Hild intercept ed Macalis pass on Iowas 29 and the ball was advanced to the 44 on a 15 yard penalty for roughness by the Owla Hild hurtled over the right aide of the Temple line and stumbled to first down on the Owl 46 Lamb spilled for a three yard loss but he made up the loss on the next play through the middle Hild took the ball from Lamb on a reverse and smashed through for nine yards Hild made it a first down on the Owl 35 Hild was dropped for a five yard loss when an attempted lateral rolled out of bounds Lamb picked up the five yards be tween Iowas right guard and tackle as the quarter ended with ths Hawkeyes holding a surprise Iowa 12 Temple 0 SECOND PERIOD Eicherly replaced Simmons in the Iowa backfield and Farroh took over right guai4 from Nelson An derson went in at center for Osmal oski Hild gained three yards through the middle Lambs kick from the Temple 3S went over the goalline but was called Iowa penalized 15 yards y holding Lamb then booted to Smith on the Temple 12 and he went the 20 before Lannon brought him down Macali threw a long pus to tho right which Lamb in an attempt tp bat down butteddirectly into Walkers hands for completed aer ial good for 39 yards jurt over mid field The running attack bogged and Davidson hi   

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