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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1936, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLII1 FIVE CENTS A ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WlKJS MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1936 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTION ONE NO 42 WILL TRIP Gesture Will Appeal to Latin Americans By CHARLES P STEWART A S H INGTON CPA Say whatever else the G O P may of Presi dent Roosevelt his severest critics must r e c o g n ize in him one su premely lika ble has tact His trip to Buenos Aires for the Inter American peace conference is a gesture calcu lated to appeal immensely to Latin sentiment throughout the new world The very fact that President Roosevelt can spare time for only an overnight stay in the Argentine capital empha sizes the compliment A presi dent of the United States doesn t travel from half way between the equator and the north pole to half way between the equator and the south pole and back again for a 24 hour visit on anything that he doesnt consider mightly im portant business WiU President Roosevelt was ask Was he going to Buenos Aires to open the InterAmerican peace conference he was going to participate in it He could not have expressed himself more gracefully And that fashion of expression is what Latin America laver in short European diplo macy has relied on it in that field zute always has beaten the United States at it bv miles and miles Earlier Yankee presidents were overbearing President Hoover was well in tentioned but not affable enough President Roosevelt is simpati perhaps is the best translation British Possession The presidents call at Port of Spain Island of on his southward trip to refuel and on his return when hell refuel again and land too to see the British governor general signi fy nothing Trinidad belongs to John Bull The entrance to the harbor is interesting whats known as the Mouth of the Dra gon There are two fierce cliffs one on each dragons respective jaws There is safe an chorage inside Port of Spain a sizable city is 95 per cent Negro Negro man agements run the stores My little daughter when I touched at Port of Spain north bound from Buen os 4ires needed medical atten tion at Trinidad All the port authorities British white rec ommended a Negro doctor And he was a good doctor I 11 say Beautiful Rio touching southward bound at Port of Spain President Roosevelts ship will put in at Rio de Janeiro It is the most spectacularly beautiful port in the world Then Buenos Aires B generally socalled by English speaking folk is the worlds second Latin after Paris It is about the size of Chicago which is too big for the population of the country back of population of or thereabouts Economically speak ing the balance is much urban labor to too few fanners It is a fino city but as flat as SUSPENSION OF 10 UNIONS SEEN DESTRUCTIVE Howard Scores Vote That Left Door Still Open for Lewis TAMPA Charles P Howard president of the Typo graphical union accused Ameri can Federation of Labor leaders Tuesday of starting the Federa tion toward destruction by con tinuing indefinitely the suspension of John L Lewis 10 rebel unions Howard is secretary of Lewis committee for industrial organi sation The issue which has split the trade union movement into what is certain to become two deter mined Howard said is not the guilt or innocence of the committee for industrial organi zation It States the Question is not the question of whether industrial unionism in mass production industries is the best form of organization and it is not a matter of who is right or who is wrong The real issue is whether or not the executive council of the American Federation of Labor is to be governed by its constitu tion Nowhere in that document is authority delegated to the ex ecutive council to suspend an in ternational union for any cause whatever It is generally accepted as a dishonest method to accomplish indirectly that which can not be accomplished directly In this case the executive council usurped the power to suspend international unions representing a million and a quarter Way Left Open Following the midnight vote to continue the rebel suspensions only a handful of delegates were in the convention hall when Wil liam Green Federation president called for order Tuesday morn ing Resolutions reelection of offi cers and selection of a city for next years convention was the only remaining business Leaving open a way for ami cable solution at the conference table delegates to the A F of L convention also voted ex traordinary authority for sum moning of an emergency conven tion should need arise for dras tic action before the regular 1937 meeting Door Still The door is still open the hand of fellowship is still ex declared Green just before the midnight vote for conj tinued suspension of the 10 unions claiming onethird of the A F of L membership affiliated with the outlawed committee Agreeing to the middleroad proposal of majority leaders the delegates postponed a denoue ment in this dispute in American labor of conflicting theories of organization for the industries in which thousands are employed Traditionally the American Federation of Labor believes in organization of workers by crafts IRSOTAJJFLACCySED Sarga Fights Two of Nine Scheduled Duels WOUNDS ONE OF Heads Georges SENATOR WALTER F GEORGE a pancake which detracts from Us each artisan belonging to looks Its appearance is not thei union of his fellows atrical like Rio de Janeiros Onc Big Union Then to Returning the president is to visit Montevideo as it is nicknamed is a rather short overnights steam ing from B across the mouth of the Rio de la as far as from Detroit to It is not nearly so large as B 4 but it is a lovely little city to theeye being built on a slope facing its harbor where it shows to advantage Montevideo means in Spanish I have seen a moun tain It isnt a mountain At most it is a stable hill but it does give an impression of consid erable altitude risin out of the dead level flatness of the sur rounding terrain L B Cunningham Cresco Aspirant to State Fair Board B vice president of the Howard county fair announced Tuesday that he would be a candidate for director on the state fair board from the fourth district Due to the resignation of Paul v Stewart of Maynard this vacancy Mr Stewart was elected Oat the last election to the state senate and is not eligible to the directorship any longer Mr Cunningham is a successful dairy farmer in Howard county besides years of experience with fairs At the present time he is also a district director of the state Farm Bureau Contrarily the committee for industrial organization advocates organization of workers by indus big union for each mass production industry with craft lines ignored Weary from hours of argument the delegates gave their approval to this three phase recommenda tion of their resolutions commit tee by a vote of for and against 1 Renewal of the A F of L executive councils peace over Successor to ExSenator in SPCSPG CHICAGO States Senator Walter F George of Georgia advanced Tuesday to the presidency of the Society for the Prevention of Calling Sleeping Car Porters The euphonious George of Georgia played no small part in the senators promotion from the vice presidential post by George W Dulany founder and god father of the SPCSPG Dulany with the approbation of some of the outstanding members chose Senator George for the po sition formerly held by George H Moses former senator from New Hampshire Prince George of England suc ceeds his father the late King George V as English representa Georges Carpentier the for mer boxer takes the place vacat ed by the death of Georges Clem French chargedeaf fairs George Arliss the actor be comes vice president King George of Greece is given a newly created post of Its all in fun of course but Du lany has been having fun with the SPCSPG for many years and membership cards have gone to more than persons named George since the society was be gun as a joke at Clinton Iowa 5 BODIES DUG OUT OF DEBRIS Dozen Others Believed by Juneau Rescue Workers Still Buried JUNEAU Alaska bruised bodies were dug out of the debris of Sundays mountain I landslide and rescue crews re doubled efforts Tuesday believing perhaps a dozen others still are buried under the mud and rock First fire then rain hampered the 150 rescue workers As they toiled the first actualaccounts were heard of the rumbling slide which loosed by heavy down pours rolled down on Juneaus apartment house sector crum bling structures The unverified death list stood at six or seven with 10 injured in hospitals and 13 missing Coast guardsmen from the cut tures with the unions it suspended t Tauapoose in a message to frYr irtcIlTTdnfinn1 VON OSSIETZKY OF GERMANY IS NOBEL WINNER Choice of Pacifist Will Be Resented in Homeland Says Minister OSLO Norway von Ossietzky German pacifist and Carlos Saavedra Lamas Argen tine foreign minister were an nounced officially Tuesday as winners of Nobel peace prizes The prize for 1935 was awarded to von Ossietzky publicist who was freed recently from a German prison and who had been men tioned frequently as a probable winner Saavedra Lamas prominent in the league of nations and recent president of the league assembly received the award for 1936 German Minister Salm declared a regret for the award to von Os sietzky and asserted it will create the embitterment of Insult to Reich All leading Dr Salm said will considerit a demon stration against the third A committee of the storting Norwegian parliament selected the prize winners The peace awards were the last in five cate gories from the Nobel fund The other literature physics chemistry and medicine were conferred by Swedish insti tutions The storting committee gave no specific reasons for the awards However the Aftenposten said editorially that Saavedra Lamas iation of the Chaco war Von Ossietzky did not acknowl edge the prize award telegram The prize for 1935 amounts to for 1936 It was the second announcement within two weeks of selections from the fund created by Alfred Nobel Swedish chemist and ex plosives manufacturer who de voted his vast fortune to the es tablishment of the five prizes ONeill Gets Award Eugene ONeill American dramatist was awarded the prize for literature Nov 12 when Prof Carl David Anderson of the Cali fornia Institute of shared the physics prize with Prof V F Hess of Innsbruck uni versity Austria Prof Peter Josef Wilhelm Debye of the Kaiser Wil helm Institute for Physicsrln Ber lin won the chemistry prize Three Americans won Nobel prizes for peace in recent President Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia university Frank Billings Kellogg coauthor with Aristide Briand of France of the KelloggBriand peace pact and a judge of the permanent court of international justice of The Hague The Netherlands and the late Jane Addams former presi dent of the International Congress of Women for Permanent Peace HITLER INTERESTS HIMSELF IN NOBEL PRIZE AWARD BERLIN fP Reichsfuehrer Adolf Hitler personally interested himself Tuesday in the selection of Carl von Ossietzky German recently released from nazi cus tody as the winner of the Nobel peace prize for 1936 Hitler summoned officials from the foreign office and ministries of justice and propaganda to a conference at noon A communique was under con sideration informed sources said protesting the award and brand ing it a misuse of a humanitar ian institution for partisan politi cal It was expected to be issued officially later two months ago for insurrection by forming the committee for in dustrial organization 2 Empowering the executive council to call the federation into special convention to deal with the rebels should peace maneuvers fail and the relationship between the A F of L and suspended unions become beyond Approval for Committee 3 Approval of the executive councils handling of the situation thus far and continued suspension until the present breach is leaving interim relations district headquarters at Seattle reported digging out five dead persons including a woman and baby The Juneau Daily Empire counted five without mentioning the baby Four bodies the Empire said were recovered from one hole near the top of the It ten tatively identified the victims as Mr and Mrs James Hoag and her son Forrest Beaudin and Mrs George Lee An unidentified 14 year old girl dressed in red was the newspaper said between the two groups to the j The of Mrs Gus Erickson n Negress was found Monday in executive councils judgment Green said he was ready and willing to meet leaders of the Lewis committee more than half way in bringing peace Only pur j enemies will profit by this divi he declared Voting strength of the suspend her home Weighing Only Pound and Half Dies cu umuua o COUNCIL BLUFFS ing the proLewis faction would I one and onehalf pound daugh i Krtin tn TUTr anH TVTrs have been considerably sjiort even if the rebel organizationsjhad been seated at the convention born to Ir and Mrs Wil liam Davis of Missouri Valley died in a hospital here Would Have France Pay U S Debt PARIS fP Deputy Rene Richard announced Tuesday he would propose reopening nego tiations looking to the payment of the war debt to the United States in the Frenchchamber of deputies Thursday Richard who supported former Premier Edouard Herriot in when he opposed the annual de fault of Frances war debt to the United States in that year said it was now more indispensable than ever that payment nego tiations be opened The radicalsocialist deputy said he had long believed the ne gotiations should be started and added Convinced of Necessity wishing to embarrass the government I nevertheless am so convinced of the necessity of reopening negotiations that I will introduce a new proposal in the chamber The deputy did not disclose details of the measure he pro poses Richard said the resolution will propose parliament invite the government to reopen negotia tions with the United States but will not embody details of any settlement proposal When France failed to remit the installment on her war debt due June 15 1936 her total de fault reached The June bill representing amortiza tion and interest was for total war debt to the United States is Agitatiori for Payment Agitation for at least payment in part by France has grown in some quarters in recent months Premier Leon Blum last May shortly before he took over the government deplored the debt misunderstanding between the United States and France At that time it was generally conceded that any negotiatipns looking to repayment would await the outcome of the November presidential elections in the Uni ted States Iowa Warms Up but Colder Weather Is Seen on Wednesday DES MOINES warmed up over Iowa Tuesday but the weatherman forecast mostly cloudy sides for Tuesday night and Wednesday with light snow possible in northeast Iowa along weather Wednesday The low temperature forecast for North Iowa Tuesday night was 26 degrees the low in the south part of the state 28 The low re ported for early Tuesday was 22 at Council Bluffs Charles City and Dubuque after a chilly day Monday which saw temperatures hold to a high of 34 reported at Sioux City Council Bluffs Des Moines Davenport and Keokuk Temperatures Tuesday the wea therman said climbed up to the sixties NEPTUNE HEARS TRIAL OFF 01 AND SHIPMATES All Pollywogs on Board Cruisers Appear Before King of ABOARD THE U S S CHES TER AT SEA IP President Roosevelt and all other polly wogs aboard the cruisers Indian apolis and Chester were summon ed to trial Tuesday before King Neptune Davy Jones representative of the fictitious king of the sea boarded the vessels Monday night to deliver official subpenas to more than 100 persons on each ruiser As rockets flared on the sun decks Davy greetedhis assistants known as shellbacks because they have crossed the equator and been initiated into the mystic fra ternity Id like to make an inspection of all Davy said Flanked by Guards Flanked by guards the royal envoy marched to the president handed him a summons and warned all the who have never been in the south ern be ready for trial at p m today His progress about the cruisers was marked by salutes from guards stationed at specific posts President Roosevelt nominated senior was on watch for Davys appearance hour with the On the Chester service officers posted their own watches Dressed in Oilskins The men who are guarding the president on his trip to the inter American peace conference at j Buenos Aires went through the stiffest ordeal on instructions from their shellback command ders They were dressed in sweltering oilskins and heavy overcoats and ordered to duty on top of the tur ret of one of the cruisers guns Nearby a naval captain sat astride a mine cutter which the shell backs designated as a horse Another naval trousers had been courteously but firmly the sea with a spyglass from his seat on a barrel Every hour the order rang out Rckeve the pollywog watch Engines Are Stopped Tli 2 ceremonies of issuing sub penas were held in a calm sea 300 miles off the northeastern coast of Brazil Both the Chester and Indianapolis stopped their en gines as Davy accompanied by PegLeg and his staff made the rounds Various charges were to be pre ferred against the candidates The president already has been ac cusec of gross incompetency in failing to carry Maine and Ver in the recent election After the trial the punish ments begin The official sen LOOK INSIDE FOR Map of Madrid Showing Bridges arrows Held by Fascists Who Besiege Spanish Capital International Troops Help Defend Madrid ON PAGE 2 North Iowa Churches Placed on Merit List ON PAGE 10 Minnesota Voted Back at Top of Grid Ticket ON PAGE 11 IOWAN BURIED IN SKUNK DEN ace conference at i n r i went through the Searching Party forced to RIOTING CASES ARE CONTINUED Dubuque Officials Workers Unmolested When They Enter Plant DUBUQUE men arrested for unlawful assembly during a riot Monday afternoon at the A Y McDonald company closed by a strike had I their cases continued for one I week when they appeared in po lice court Tuesday They were represented by an attorney The case of Archie Carter publisher of a labor paper was I tence list called for some to be continued until next Monday by i ducked in a tank of water others M P Hogan justice of the peace to submit to electric shocks while Carter is charged with resisting still others undergo various tor arrest An information was filed against him by the county attor neys office on complaint of Sher iff T J Ryder Carter is at lib erty under a bond of McDonald company officials and office workers were not mo lested when they entered the plant Tuesday morning under an escort of 10 policemen About 75 pickets and strikers were in the vicinity of the plant when peace ful entrance was made An official of the McDonald companysaid that application for an injunction to prevent strikers and sympathizers from congre gating in the vicinity of the plant and molesting persons entering the plant would be filed in dis trict court The McDonald plant has been idle for 13 weeks due to a strike of union moulders and machin ists The strike affects 300 work State Census Was Abolished by Vote Margin of DES MOINES official state canvassing board reported Tuesday that the constitutional amendment abolishing the state census formerly taken every 10 years carried by a ma jority in the general election The vote was to ROOSEVELT AGREES TO LAND AT BUENOS AIRES BUENOSAIRES JP Presi dent Roosevelt acceded to the re quest of the Argentine govern ment Tuesday that he land di rectly at Buenos Aires He wirelessed American Ambas sador Alexander Weddell from the U S S Indianapolis that he would arrive here at 1 p Nov 30 Shoot Dog Guarding Trappers Body BEDFORD ff A searching party found the body of John Clark 40 Athelstan trapper bur ied in a caved in skunk den early Tuesday and his dog standing guard with dripping fangs over the grave the trapper unwittingly dug for himself Snarling a vicious warning the dog a German shepherd held off the searchers headed by the Athel stan mayor C M King as they tried to drive him away so they could dig out Clarks body Finally one of the party sent a bullet ripping through his body and stretched the dog on top the mound of earth dead We hated to lull said Mayor King for he was only try ing to protect his master But it was the only way we could get to Clarks body If wed known Clark was dead it would have been dif ferent Wed have tried to rope the i Clark left his home at Athel stan where he lived with his wife and two small children shortly after noon yesterday He told his wife that he was going hunting in the wild hills south of the village When he failed to return late in the evening Mrs Clark became alarmed and Mayor King organ ized his searching party Barking of the dog led the searchers to the caved in den un der a bridge on a lonely road Coroner Floyd Shum said after examining Clarks body that the trapper apparently was suffocated when the earth fell in upon him apparently as he burrowed into the skunk den to set a trap OPPONENTSAND GOESUNINJURED Hungarian Police Arrive Sarga Rushes Back to Wife By ALVIN J STEINKOPF BUDAPEST Franz Sar ga Budapests tiny but ambitious duelist fought two of his nine scheduled encounters with 14 inch pistols Tuesday and wounded one opponent Sarga was unhurt and trium phant The duels were fought in al most complete darkness one im mediately following the other in a stubbly wheat field 10 miles from Budapest Alexander Kovacs a bank em ploye and the second opponent got a ball in the arm from Sargas rented muzzle loader A moment before the rolypoly Sarga had exchanged erratic fire with Aladar Hozmat a bank man ager The bullets whistled harm lessly by Embrace Each Other Then Hozmat and Sarga recon ciled all of a sudden embraced each other Just as the second encounter ended the Hungarian warning corresponding to cheese it the cops caused the opponents and their seconds to scatter Kovads injury was not believed to be serious However he left for suburban St Johns hospital while secondsand attendantsscurried back to Budapest Sarga rushed back 20 year old blond wife Magda who waited apprehensively in their little Budapest flat She leaped into his arms with a cry of joy and wept noisily and happily Accused of Gossip It was for the honor of my wife and unborn baby that Sarga challenged nine men He accused them of slanderous gossip about his marriage to Magda a Buda pest belle After the reunion Sarsa an nounced with satisfaction Well thats two of them Now for seven With a great burst of energy he began telephoning to arange sev en prospective encounters all with sabers He admitted there might be some delay in carrying them out becausK the police were growing watchful Sixteen men the Associated Press correspondentwas the only theweird encounters in the wheat field at dusk The fight followed an after noon devoted to dodging the po lice The president enroute to the epoch making inter American peace conference had planned or iginally to land at Mar del Plata and proceed overland to Argen tinas capital President Roosevelt wHl re main in Buenos Aires until after lunch Dec 2 and then go to Mar del Plata in the evening to re embark on the Indianapolis He will go from Mar del Plata to Montevideo Uruguay Thurs day Dec 3 for a stay of a few hours Secretary of State Cordell Hull heading the American delegation to the peace conference at the groups final presession meeting in Montevideo before proceeding to BuenosAires announced that the UnitedStates was fully pre pared to do its part to achieve the noble aims of the Farmers Get CORNING county farmers received as part payment of the 1936 AAA soil conservation program The Weather FORECAST IOWA Mostly cloudy Tues day night and Wednesday probably light snow in north east and extreme eastcen tral portions not quite so cold in south portion Tuesday night colder Wednesday MINNESOTA Cloudy light snow in extreme east colder decidedly colder in north Tues day night Wednesday partly cloudy colder IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday 32 Minimum in Night 23 At 8 A M Tuesday 30 Pass Through Forest At first three carloads of wit nesses with Sarga passed through the forested Cool where t wiis planned originally to hold the ciuels There seemed to be police in the wood however so the proces sion proceeded to the village of MariaEemete The wheat field near the vil lage seemed to be the logical place and so the sixteen left their cars just as the clock on St Marys church in the distance struck 5 A physician opened his suitcase and scattered bandages over the wheat stubble The seconds gathered in two groups one loading the pistols by the headlights of the autos Pace 15 Meters The had to pour the powder into the muzzles with little fun nels and tamp the balls down with tiny ramrods The other group paced off 15 meters Sarga and Hozmat took off their coats and stepped to their positions From 10 yards away they were barely visible The chief second then made a little speech required by duelling tradition I warn you gentlemen you are about to violate the Hungar ian he said I urge recon A grunt from the direction of each duelist indicated no recon ciliation was possible The leading second then counti ed three The pistols cracked almost in unison Sparks of black powder fell in to the stubble The opponents re mained upright Conditions More Severe After a moments hesitation
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