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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 10, 1936, Mason City, Iowa ii lUu t K 113 ME M ft i tipT or irivf VOL XLin FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED pKE5S 1SASED VV1HE SEUV1CS THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CltYIOWA THUR5DAY DECEMBER 101936 HOME EDITION EDWAR CLAIM EDWARD WILL NOT JOIN IN No Preparations for Extra Guest Being Made at Cannes CANNES France Wallis Warfield Simpson ha nothing to say concerning the ab dication of King Edward he spokesman Lord Brownlow de dared Thursday She asserted through anothe intermediary Herman Rogers tha there is not the remotest possi bility that Edward will join he it Lou Viei villa here now o later It was Rogers a New Yorker who offered her the use the villa after she left London Not only is the king not com ing to the villa Rogers said for Sirs Simpson but he is not com ing to the Riviera What his definite plans are we do not know but we do know thai much Plans to Stay There are no changes so far u Mrs Simpsons plans are con cerned She plans to stay here at least until after Christmas The British kings American friend earlierhad talked at length on the London telephone Thursday amid persistent reports that she is preparing to greet her betrothed as mannot king Servants said she slept late anc then was on the Jine for some time in communication with Lon don Her solicitor Theodore God dard reached London Thursday An airplanereported to carry his legal buef cases left Le Bourgel Thursday raoirung Plans for Guest No one at the Villa Lou Viei would say who initiatedthe Lon don telephone call And although there were constant reports that King Edward should he abdicate would come here the servants in sisted there were no preparations for an extra guest Eight French detectives stood guard outside the villa Inside were British plainsclothesmen Curious groups collected on the adjacent roads The detectives lis tened in amused silence while one old man wearing EastIndian styled trousers fitting close below the knee delivered an oration urg ing the British crown crisis be referred to the league of nations EXTRA POLICE PLANNED FOR EDWARDS ARRIVAL DUNKIRK France chief of specialpolice of the port of Dunkirk said Thursday night he had received orders to station extra guards at the waterfront in preparation for the possible arriv al of King Edward We are anxious to know defin itely if he is coming here the chief said When we do knoxv we will put even more police on duty FHA School Will Be at Des Monies DES MOINES tatives of 672 banks life insur ance companies and other lending agencies are expected to attend a Federal officials will discuss tech school of instruction here Doc 16 Federal officers will discuss tech nical questions of appraisal and procedure in connection with FHA loans Youth Pleads Innocent DES MOINES Dale Parker 19 charged with entering more than 30 Des Mbines homes pleaded innocent in municipal court here He was held in jail un der bond DAYS BUY CHRISTMAS OONT FORGET TO THE THIS PAPER CONSISTS Of TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 5G ICATES New King Reigns as Edward Places Love Before Throne DUKE OF GEORGE VI EDWARD vnr WALLIS WARFIELD SIMPSON France Pleased at News Of the End of British Crisis PARIS IP Oriicials slated Thursday thatFrance received news of the end the British crisis with extreme satisfac ion viewing it as the best pps iibJe solution LOOK INSIDE FOR LUIGI PIRANDELLO Nobel Literature Prize Winner for 1934 Dies ON PAGE 2 Improvement Shown in Business Census ON PAGE 19 Pitcher Feller Ruled Cleveland Properly ON PAGE 17 ENFORCEMENT PROBLEMS UP Iowa Sheriffs and County Attorneys in Session at DesMoines DES MOINES tion of Iowa law enforcement problems occupied convention ses sions of state sheriffs and county attorneys here Thursday The county attorneys passed a resolution asking the slate legisla ture to provide longer mandatory prison sentences for persons con victed of three or more felonies Resolutions by the attorney group also favored legislation In make illegal possession of small amounls of intoxicating liquor a nonindictable misdemeanor and to authorize the confiscation of punch boards and gambling ma chines whether in use or not Speakers at the county attor convention included Edward L OConnor Iowa attorney gen eral and John H Mitchell attor ney general elect Fort Dodge Asks for Sewage Plant Bids FORT DODGE city council advertised for bids for a proposed 420000 sewage disposal plant Awarding of the contract will be delayed pending the ap proval of plans and specifications by PWA officials The plant was designed by the Buell and Winter engineering firm of Sioux City The Weather FORECAST IOWA Generally fnir Thurs day uifrlit imJ Friday liut ccilrf Min central and cist portions Thursday night rising tempera ture Friday afternoon MINNESOTA Generally fair colder In extreme cast not so cold in extreme northwest Thursday nipht Friday increas ingcloudiness rising tempera ture IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 35 Minimum in Night 10 At 8 A M Thursday 19 Dates in Life of New King LONDON Salient dates in the Duke ot Yorks life York collase Sandrinsham Named Al derick Arthur George Tan naval trainin3 college Osborne as a cadet Jan 18 Began sixmonth cruise which took him to West Indies Canada and Newfoundland wood15 29 midshipman lo battleship Colling Bdlnin entered the European war upon J0duodenal ulcer to Naval Air service Attciit was joined Wth Royal Flying corps to form the Royal Air force he was stationed in France until the Armistice of and April 26 1923Married Lady Elizabeth BowesLyon Dee 1924 April Toured East Africa Princess EHznbBth Alexandra Mary first child of the Duke and Duchess of York Ji West Indies and Panama for New Zealand and Australia Opened on May 9 1927 the new federal parliament building in Canberra n Flnccss fnn v Tamehclr 3rasumplive on the death of his Edward VIII actcsslon to e throne of his elder brother POPE PIUS XI HAS RELAPSE Will Never Walk Again If He Recovers From His Illness VATICAN CITY was reliably reported at the Vatican that Pope Pius XIsuffered a re lapse Thursday from paralysis The hbly father who was first stricken last Saturday had been reported as recovering A verbal bulletin issued by the popes physicians during the morning had said that while the 79 year old pontiff was remaining in bed his condition was the same The popes physician Dr Amanti Miiani after a second morning visit said he was quite satisfied with his patients condi tion He said the holy father prob ably would be confined to his pri vate apartment until after Christ mas Dr Milini said Ihe holy falhci was becoming move reconciled to his affliction and had become a more docile patient During the morning the IS year old pontiff was raised from his bed and assisted to a study ad joining the sickroom lor a short while Except for the doctor and the popes attendant only the papal secretary Eugenio Cardinal Pa celli was admitted to the sick room Shortly after the relapse was reported a high Vatican source expressed the opinion that even if his holiness recovers from the present crisis he never will walk again Even if he leaves his bed it was said the pope will be compelled to spend the rest of his days in an armchair Cheer Fund 5th of Way to Its Goal IVrvlMily nrjiiirlrit JISTW Perfprl Aslilrr Ni rtl f Sl Irlnlly IlilticranGiirriclil virclr Mil ISru n II llmilley II A II glni City Crtmicil Nn Illnn ICMiflils dl Coliunhus TMiil 111 XJnnamril rrieiirt Sdll IIHI Des Moines Woman Seriously Hurt in Automobile Crash KEOKUK George W Graeser 52 DosMoines was in a serious condition at Graham lospital here Thursday from in juries suffered in an automobile collision Wednesday night Mrs Graeser suffered a broken arm and head and throat lacera ions when the car driven by her uisband and one driven by Wil iani Hutchinson Keokuk col lided Mr Graeser Sli DCS Moines at loiney suffered Imiiscs and minor cuts New Total 5iU UST onefifth of the ioad to the 1000 goal set tor the 193G Christmas Cheer Durid has been covered as will be noted from Ihe table ot do nations received up tn Thursday n o o n Nobody connecter with the solicitation is discouraged not even concerned about ultimate success But ob viously there must be some pretty spirited giving in the remaining two weeks Either bring your contributions to the GlobeGazette office or mail to this address Christmas Cheer Fund GlobeGazelle Mason City Iowa Every donor automatically be comes a member in highest stand ing in the organization known as The Order of Good Fellows the principal distinction of which is that it has no officers or meetings Membership in this organization carries with it the guarantee of an extra degree of satisfaction for Ihe individual growing out of the knowledge that he or she is bring ing ioy into Kome needy home his Christmas tide This Bank of Christmas Cheer is open to all persons at all limes Have YOU made your deposit yet Murphy Chairman of National Committee HOT SPRINGS Ark Murphy Iowa insurance commis sioner was named chairmanof a committee to prepare a model state insurance law by the Na tional Association of State Insur ance Commissioncrs The pro posed model law for all stales will be submitted to the June convenlion and later lo n na ional conference of governors KING GE Speaker Gives Commons Message From Monarcli in Which He Renounces His Rule to Wed Wallis Warfield Simpson By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of England abdicated his ancient mighty throne Thursday He will many Wallis Warfield Simpson as man nol monarch Albert Frederick Arthur George the tail 40 ycaiold Duke of York will rule over the 495000000 subjects of the greatest empire in the world He will reign as George VI Edward said a report received by the Exchange Tele graph Agency intends to leave the country probably Fri day night There was no indication where he would meet Mrs Simpson or when they will marry In a message from his majesty the king signed by his own hand Capt Edward Algernon Fitzroy speaker of the house of commons announced the abdication to a house oT commons in which tension and hysteria were breathing liv ing things Around the globe through sundown and dawn to thosn who bear allegiance to Englands king flashed this message from their sovereign Gives Final Decision Alter long and anxious consideration I have determined to renounce the throne to which I succeeded on the death of my father and 1 now am communicating this my final and irrevocable decision In that epochal moment of eight centuries the mons the people and the empire saw their governmentvic torious in a tremendous constitutional struggle with a monarch who reigned for less than a year REPEL ATTACK OF INSURGENTS Spanish Socialist Defenders of Madrid Drive Back Troops MADRID mililia nen repelled an insurgent attack Thursday driving back the fas cists in bitter fighting for control of strategic bridgeheads to the Spanish capital The long expected big push o capture Madrid developed along the entire northern line from the mow covered Guadnrrama moun ains in the west to Guadalajara in he east Under a barrage of artillery fire he insurgents struck with sudden orce at the Pucnte de San Fer nando Povuclo dc Aracon and dc los Perdices Machine Gun Duel infantry clnshcd in a long rmiRe and machine gun duel before ho massed attack Bombs nini icd along the river ine to the northwestern university sector A strange lull in sharp contrast o the fury of the battle preceded he final massed attack From the western sector where he heaviest fighting of the siege las blazed the drive spread iucceeding waves to the east in Government commanders re ported their half frozen militia men were holding Gen Francisco Francos attacking fascists at bay Koport Steady Fire Insurgent headquarters report ed the fighting was heaviest be ween Casa del Campo and the Jniversity City with practically ncessant machine gun barrages liking the narrow nomans land if the Manxanares river valley Seventeen huge biplanes ot a ype never seen before on the Ma rid front bombed the far vest of Hie Casa del Campo ob civors reported from Toledo They were thought to be fas isls raiding Broadilly del Monte 0 miles from the capital where ocialist troops have been holding section of the road to 2 Friends Get Married Is Jailed LOGAN he helped wo friends get married Charles Robertson Caslana farm laborer vas in jail here Thursday Rob rtson signed a manage license ffidavit for Lee McCall IB and Vilmn Rutlcdge 15 which stated hat McCall was 21 and Miss Ttul erige J8 years of afic Me was nr csted nn information signed by he girls brother and sister Rather than give up the Iwiiie divorced American woman who waited within the rain splashed walls of a villa on the Cote dAsur in France balked by stale and church in his desire for mot1 gantie marriage Edward VIII signed this morning the decree of abdication York his heir and his nllicr two brothers the Dukes of STORY ON PAGE 12 The stivtiMiicnt of alulUiifiim of Kinsr ISdwanl and Prime Minister Baldwins storv nf events leading to it wilt be found on piigc 12 Gloucester and Kent witnessed the historic deed And the swift machinery to make a new king began throbbing in London and throughout the empire while the king through Fitzroy told the parliament assembled Mind Made Up My mind is made up x x x fur ther delay cannot but be injurious lo the people whom I have tried to serve x x x I can only hopethat I shall have the understanding of my peoples x x x BUickcJarl and smnber Stanley Baldwin the first minister moved immediate consideration of the abdication by parliament That was the kings own wish for his message said I am most anxious that there should be no delay of any kind in giving effect to the instrument which I have executed and that all necessary steps should be tak en immediately to secure that my lawful successor my brother his royal highness the Duke York should ascend the tinone Deep Breathless Hush In the deep breathless hush Baldwin pleaded for an under standing of his pait in the most repugnant task ever imposed on a prime minister and told thu story of the momentous weeks nf struggle between king and prime minister When I said goodby on Tues day night Baldwin told his tense listeners while unsmiling crowds surged and jostled outside in Par liament Square we both knew and felt and said to each other that our far from being impaired by the discussions of this last us morn closely together than it ever had that it would last for life Commons reconvened at 6 p m Thursday night 12 oclock noon CST to consider legislation which would make King Ed wards abdication effective No Lone Speeches Clement R AUlce opposition eader cheered loudly when ic arose lo address Ihe mcmbcis This occasion docs not in my
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