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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 26, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS FIVE CENTS A ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED W1KIC MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26 1936 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 44 TRAVEL INS A Stewart Gives Facts on Land F R Is Visiting MISSING AIRLINER FOUND SAFE By CHARLES P STEWART f ASHINGTON CPA Fol lowing up Pres ident Roose velts Pan American tour For heavens sake dont re fer to an Arg entine as an Argentinian That would be on a par with speaking of an American as an Ameri kinian A masculine Argentine is an Argentine One of the gentler sex is an Argentina Considered collectively it is all right to call them Argentines But Argentinians The republic would be almost ready to go to war before having that designa tion wished upon them I wouldnt blame them It would be like call ing us Yankarinos City of Good Buenos Aires is pronounced Bwaynoas accent on the first syllable Aheerays accent on the second It means good We wouldnt express it in the plural but the Spanish do arid thats their business The air at B is not par ticularly better than elsewhere but again what And dontsay Montyvidio with the accent on the second syllable Its Montyvidayeo with the accent on the third syllable The Spanish Language Another thing to remember The Spaniard believes that he has a very rich lan guage with many more words than the English language pos sesses The English dictionary has about twice as many words as the Spanish dictionary contains of Uruguay capital Montevideo consider themselves the very pick of Latin Americans They are it is true pretty pure Europeans Maybe they are not more so than the Argentines The Argentines dispute it It is a moot point Anyway the two republics are rivals as to quality Some of the other countries are largely black like Brazil Some have a strong Indian infusion in their various populations Argentina and Uruguay are predominantly more on North American standards Favors Argentina They want to be considered on that basis I myself think that Argentina outclasses Uruguay it is so much larger Brazil the most populous of the southern republics and in area larger than the continental United States traditionally is the most friendly to Yankeedom But Brazil is unreliable revo lutionary Argentina and Uruguay have their revolutions also but they are not genuine overturns they are more in the nature of reelec tions Duels Often Fousrhl Public men have duels in South America They are not the harmless kind with which France is familial participants are killed in them It is necessary to consider that a champion of Yankee friendship may be killed in an encounter with an opponent and materially change a whole political situation Foolish Tariffs Economic factors likewise enter into the equation Tariffs particularly InterAmerican trade has inter fered ridiculously with inter American business For example imagine the bar ring of Central American imports a bananas in order to force American fruit caters to eat American apples It was attempt td during the last SmootHawley protectionist campaign Protest Rerouting of Hennepin Canal MUSCATINE ff Muscatine and Rock Island IE Chambers of Commerce will protest the re routing 61 the Hennepin canal connecting the Great Lakes with the Mississippi river at a hearing at Rock Island Friday The pro posed rerouting would move the csnal terminus 10 to 15 miles from here Germany Warned Against Attack on Ukraine DEFEAT AWAITS MARCH AGAINST RUSSIA CLAIM Lubchenko Quotes Answer Made by Cossacks to Turkish Sultan MOSCOW most in glorious defeat in history awaits Germany if she attacks the Ukraine M Lubchenko prime minister of the Ukrainian republic told the allunion congress of Soviets Thursday Hitler will not find us as easy to conquer as East Prussia and the he declared Using the strongest language of any of the authoritative soviet retorts to the German chancellors antibolshevist speech at Nurn berg Lubchenko cried The nazis dream of destroying the soviet union Our answer to them is contained in the Cossacks famous letter to the Turkish sul This letter one of the most vulgar in history is depicted in Repins noted painting The An swers of the Cossacks to Sultan Mahmoud He continued Saying for Hitler We Ukrainians have a popular saying now for Hitler It is Just as a pig sees the sky so Hitler never will see our vegetable gar He chided Poland declaring the Poles seem to forget that Rosenberg Dr Alfred Rosenberg nazi foreign affairs official wrote that destruction for Poland is the first demand of German pobcy When they talk of the soviet union they do not remember they are in danger of being strangled by Ger Referring directly to the Ger manJapanese anti communism agreement Lubchenko declared A crusade is being prepared against the soviet union by a holy and recalled Ukrainian under the Germans in 1918 Constitution Changes He was roundly applauded The congress attacked the prob lem Thursday of incorporating changes in the new Russian con stitution Only two important revisions were to be made in thecharter submitted by Joseph Stalin for ratification One was creation of a commis sariat of military industry pro posed by Stalin at the opening session Wednesday night The other was equalization in numbers and powers of the two houses of the supreme council correspond ing to the United States congress To End Distinction Accepting the proposal to select members of both groups by direct ballot Stalin said equal numbers in the legislative branches would wipe out any distinction between them and would recognize the rights of the unions widely di verse nationalities The secretarygeneral of the communist party put his foot down on any abridgement of the sweeping liberties promised the nation in the new constitution Stalin made one of his rare public addresses last night after the delegates had given him a rousing ovation in the Kremlin building Speaking for more than two hours Stalin varied only slightly from his undramatic almost aca demic manner Three Men and Boy Die When Train Hits Truck in New Jersey WATERFORD N PennsylvaniaReading Seashore Lines express train crashed into a truck Thursday and killed three Waterford men and a boy The dead were identified as Emil Corporate 24 driver of the truck John lulucci 30 his son Dominick 8 and Philip Salazar no 55 End Strike on Seattle Newspaper SEATTLE of a news room strike which closed down the Seattle PostIntelligen cer for three and a half months cleared the way Thursday for the newspaper to resume publication Monday morning The Hearst owned morning pa per reached an agreement late Wednesday night with the Seattle chapter of the American News paper guild Thursday the longsilent plant hummed with activity for the first time since picket lines were thrown about the building Aug 13 Twentyseven strikers and the employes who did not walk out in protest against the dismissal of Frank M Slim Lynch news photographer and Phillip Ever dardt Armstrong drama critic will return to work Sunday Off Unfair Charles B Lindeman associate publisher of the PostIntelli gencer andH president of the Seattle guild chapter and a striker himself had scarcely affixed their signatures to the agreement before the Seattle Central Labor council re moved the paper from its unfair Pickets were withdrawn when Seller and Lindeman announced the settlement The strike was a major issue in the recent Washington state election and involved Mayor John F Dore against whom a recall petition is pending The preamble said the agree ment was an office policy and not a contract but the statement of policy would be continued for one year and as long thereafter as economic conditions Left With Board The cases of Lynch and Arm strong were left with the national labor relations board which held a hearing here in September an other in Washington D this month and set Dec 1 for the newspaper management to file a brief A minimum weekly wage scale was established providing a week for editorial employes of less than three years experience for those of three years for library clerks home economics and society department employes of less than three years lor those of more than three years S for copy clerks office clerks and messengers of less than three and for those of more than three The policy provides for a 40 hour five day week effective March 1 1937 with pay or time off for overtime A 40 hour six day week was in effect Z Weeks Vacation Vacations of two weeks are provided for those employed more than a year and of one week for those employed from six months to a year Sick leaves will be granted with pay duration and frequency of such payment to be decided by the management There was no provision for ar bitration of any disputes which might arise The guild did not receive for mal recognition as a collective1 bargain agency but a provision1 was included that no editorial em ploye should be discriminated against because of membership in the guild or similar organization Terms varied widely from a settlement formula suggested by the executive council of the American Federation of Labor which finallywithdrew after Seattle labor leaders charged the management had repudiated a tentative agreement Relief Rolls Show October Decrease DES MOINES state relief rolls decreased per cent during October A total of persons were aided by re lief agences during the month the said LOOK INSIDE FOR PREMIER KOKI H1ROTA Tokio Officials Jubilant Over Pact With Berlin ON PAGE 2 2 Clarion Men Admit Four Butter Thefts ON STATE PAGE Baseball Player Trading Deals to Start Soon ON SPORTS PAGE DEKE CORNWELL FOUND GUILTY Faces Life Sentence for First Degree Murder of Dan Shine ELKADER Deke Cornwell Manchester was found guilty of first degree murder in the killing of Dan Shine Little port fanner by a district court jury here early Thursday The jury recommended life im prisonment The jury returned a verdict at after deliberating 10 hours and 40 minutes Mrs Pearl Shine widow of the slain man and Maynard Lennom her confessed are serving life terms for the killing Cornwell was convicted striking Shine over the head with a beer bottle before he was found fatally shot The state charged that Shine was shotin a plot to collect his insurance that the defendants attempted to make the death appear suicide Find Canoe Paddle Used by Two Men Missing Four Days DAVENPORT IP Discovery of a canoe paddle used by Larry P Sutter Bettendorf and George F Donnelly Rock Island arsenal employes missing since they started a duck hunting Mon day morning gave credence to the belief that themenhad drowned in The paddle was found on the shore of a small island located half a mile towardBettendorf from the Le Claire locks Slitters automo bile was found in a lane near the locks Wednesday ALL AVAILABLE MEN CALLED TO BATTLE REBELS Spanish Insurgents Make Counter Attack Upon University City MADRID com manders rushed reinforcements to battle scarred University City Thursday to combat what was described as a fierce insurgent counter Every available man in two in ternational brigades was ordered into the northwestern suburban entrenchments General Klaeber acting under orders from the emergency de fense council strengthened the barricade forces with volunteers The twelfth brigade under Gen Paul Lukacs a Hungarian was hurled against fascist troops at tempting to drive Into thecitys Government commanders as serted the hurried defense may decida the fate of The fresh insurgent assault came shortly after four fascist planes strafed the socialist lines dumped bombs on the model pris on and bombarded houses The government lines covered the southern part of the univer sity campus stretched westward toward the model prison and zig zagged across the paraque del aeste west park to the neighbor hood of the Frenchmens bridge over the Manzanares river Fighting in the front lines with the militiamen was Isabel Tornel Spains first feminine troop com mander Slim brunet the 23 year old in peace time is a stenographer in the commendation for bravery under fire during the siege of Irun Watch and Cheer Madrilenos withstood the latest insurgent bombardment with pa triotic bravado many crowding the streets to watch and cheer government planes which took off in pursuit of thS fascist bombers All trucks in the capital were requisitioned by the defense junta to transport food from the prov inces to The majority of the citys residents went on an en forced vegetarian diet because of a serious lack of meat An Associated Press corres pondent ordered a meal in a Ma drid restaurant and this was what he got Horse d oeuvres beans peas tomatoes sardines macaroni with tomatoes boiled lentils a small grilled fish potatoes a grape tarf and coffee More Than 400 Entries DES MOINES than 400 entries are expected in a cam era salon here Jan 1 to 18 Photo graphs have already been submit ted from Japan and England as well as all parts of the United States The Weather FORECAST IOWA Mostly cloudy con tinued cold Thursday night Friday fair with rising temper atures IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 25 Minimum in Nijrht 18 At 8 Thursday 20 Snowfall Precipitation 12 Heres one that will have to be chalked up against the weather man He promised a fair and warmer Thanksgiving instead North Iowa got one that was stormy and colder And this one miss is going to cause num ber of folks The weather bureau never gets it Postmaster Has Busy Thanksgiving Heres some mail Mr said these girls as they turned over to Postmaster A M Schanke more than envelopes containingover Christmas seals The seals will be dis tributed Friday to help in the campaign to fight tuberculosis From left to right are Ruth Beth Carter Magdalene Kartel Postmaster Schanke and Helen Kasik Other girls in the high school commercial department who assisted in mailing out the seals were Rosalie Birch Ralph di Gregorio Virginia Davis Evelyn Lien Mar gery Simkins Margcrettc Paraskevas Vivian Woldmoe Alva Skram Opal Hammond Norma Chamberlain Audrey Claudy Shirley Dobson Betty Chapman Dorothy Sullivan Rebecca Kitsis Gwen dolyn Anderbcrg Kathleen Bohn Nadine Meyers Arvilla Hanson Irene Weber Ebba Olson Eleanor Thrams Vivian Martin Ger aldine Gryiier LaVbnne Wilson Marie McConnell Dorothy Schies berg Thelma Miller Margaret Wright and John Kelly Photo by Lock Kayenay Engraving Increasing Prosperity Seen Thanksgiving Day Traditional Day in Churches and Homes All Over Nation By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A nation spurred by evidences ot increasing prosperity observed Thursday its annual Thanksgiv ing All over the country there was feasting and merrymaking as fam ilies gathered around their holi day boards which in most cases held the traditional bird of the It was also a day of religious observance Churches everywhere held special services Thankful for Bonuses Recent increases in wages and bonuses announced by many in dustrial and business concerns to gether with increased dividends to stockholders gave many families added reason to be thankful The observance was not confin ed within the United States for it was also a day of celebration for Uncle Sams soldiers and sailors and diplomatic representatives around the world President Roosevelt observed the day aboard the destroyer Indi anapoiis enroute to Buenos Aires for the interrAmerican peace con He invitedthe ships of ficers to aturkey Family Reunions Held For many families Thursday like Christinas was a day of re union and transportation systems all over thecountry weretaxed far beyondcapacity dreds of thousands to their homes Hotels as usual offeredlavish7 menus some in New York charg ing as high as Thousands of poor made their meals from gift baskets while other thousands ate all they could at Salvation Army halls arid other such organizations The number of free meals in virtually every community was far below the peak of 1932 and 1933 when lines of people waited for food Meatless Banquet In glum disapproval of the tur key feasting the Vegetarian soci ety in New York had its annual meatless banquet One year it had a live turkey as guest of honor While the president was on high seas with his son James Mrs Roosevelt planned to spend the holiday at Hyde Park N with some of her children and grand children Her son Elliott and his family were at their Texas home Members of the presidents cab inet observed the day in scattered places Secretary Hull was in Buenos Aires and Postmaster Gen eral Farley was in Ireland Vice PresidentGarner was at home in Texas Feast oa Mountain Teak Up on galeswept Mount Wash ington in New Hampshires White mountains there also was a turkey feast Four members of the isolat ed weather observatory staff were sent a gobbler for the holiday The annual exercises at Ply mouth Rock in Plymouth were arranged at the spot where the Pilgrims landed in 1620 lead ing to the first Thanksgiving the next year Grahams Condition Pronounced Good DES MQtNES odist officials Thursday pronounced the condition of J Graham 62 Audubon at torney injured in an automobile accident near Grimes MAKES FORCED LANDING DUE TO ALASKA STORM Two Pilots and Their 11 Passengers Reported All Unhurt JUNEAU Alaska persons aboard an airliner long lost in stormy slues were reported safe Thursday after a forced land ing A runner brought word to Hoo nah that Pilot Chet Brown his co pilot and 11 passengers overdue here since Monday on a 500mile flight from Cordova had landed in Idaho Inlet Gull Cove All passengers and crew of plane are said a note signed by Brown Will leave for Juneau as soon as weather Storm Sweeps Country Gull Cove is about 50 miles JErom Hoonah on the air route be tween here and Cordova A lone pilot searched the area fruitlessly Wednesday Fears lorsafety of the plane had Increased Wednesday night when the worst storm in 12 years swept southern Alaska causing one death aboard the molbrship Discoverer hiding the motorship Kasilof and damaging buildings in Cordova Pilot Sheldon Simmons who braved the weather to hunt for Brown and his passengers was forced back here Wednesday night He said he could not see anything betweenJuneau and the Gulf of Alaska because of fog Search for Sliip The motorship Kasilof unsight ed since Saturday and carrying an undetermined number of pas sengers overdue at Seward on a voyage from Seldovia Coast guard vessels searched for her The motorship Discoverer hove to along the gulf afterlosing her second mate overboard The storm blew an apartment house from its foundations in Cor dova took the lop off a church and shattered plate glass windows Earthquakes Are Slight Slight earthquakes were report ed along the gulJE but they did no apparent damage Those in the plane with Brown were listed in Cordova as CoPUot Hank Miller of Nome W W StoU of Alaska Pacific Mine Seattle Dr J E Slate R C Kerr and Martin Skauge Los Angeles and Jack Allen Long Beach all of the Iniskin oil Drilling company Bill Sellars and Bud Anderson Portland Miss Alice Leep Anchorage Wal y Forest Juneau J D McDonald Fairbanks and Walter Brown all of the Alaska road commission Storms for 8 Days The storms which reached hur ricane proportions in some areas have continued along the gulf of Alaska for eight days Heavy accompanying rains were blamed for a landslide here Sun day that killed at least 11 persons and left five others missing after crushing apartments and resi dences under tons of mud and de bris DAYS LEFT ENJOY TURKCY CHRISTMASI SiAVS   

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