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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 29, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE DECEMBER 29 not make known his deci sion at least until the result o Gen Francisco Francos presen insurgent drive on Madrid is known Tlay for Time Hitlers main play nov to be for time in which to con sullwith Premier Mussolini o Italy Before he decides to ha volunteer aid to Franco or gran hisrequest for more men j A foreign office spokesman saic iiazi policy looked solely to pre servation of Spanish independ ence Diplomatic writers taking theii cue from the foreign office saic the Spanish problem was not one of prestige colonies oi econom ics but a question of bolshe vism LEGIstATlbN WOULD HALT SHIPMENTS TO WASHmGTON tion to halt American munition shipments to both sides in the Spanish civil war was drafted Tuesday by Chairman Pittman D Nov of the senate foreign relations committee who said he hoped to rush his bill through congress immediately after il convenes Jan 5 He acted shortly after R Wal ton Moore acting secretary of state deploredthe lackof a sta tute to prevent the export of air planes to strifetorn Spain and regretted that the money making instinct continuesto assert itself in time of war Pittman said he had hopes the legislation could be enacted in time tojholdupthe consignmenl worth of airplanes and motors consigned to the loy alist forces 0f Madrid in Law is not expected to leaveHhe1 United States with in two Designed unexpected neutrality law the senator said tlie new legisla tion will be ahv amendment ex tending the present acttoall ma jor civil V Whenthe president finds that civil war exists in any foreign explained he wouldbe authorized to pro hibit munition shipments to eithei side He added heicould not imagine to the Rheumatic Conditions If you suffer Vfrom arthritis sciatica or any rheu matic condition dont suffer lonKcr It is unnecessary Kc coveryyIsjnow possible A way lias been found A Post Card will rivcal to you without cost or obligation just Iiowlybd too may getwell this npnTincaical revolutionary Address Victoria Sanatorium Ileallh Colfax Iowa F 1 E E Glassware WITH GASOLINE PURCHASED 1ill interior perfo TANK AR GAS 414 South Federal Avenue Mason Cily Iowa measure since H would not in volve nny controversialIssues Licenses Arc Issued Moores expression came as li censes were issued to Bobert Cuse president ot the Vimalert com pany Ltd ofJersey City N J after he insisted on his right un der the present neutrality law to make such shipments Because the munitions embargo provisions of the neutrality act do not apply to civil conflicts like that of Spain the state depart ment has sought to prevent by moral suasion alone tlie dispatch of war implements to cither side It had no choice however bu to grant the licenses when Cuse applied Murderer Dropped Trapdoor but Lives SHANGHAI Local British authorities wanted to know Wed nesday whether corpulent Aim Singh had been hanged As Singh a British Indiari and former local police officei plung ed through the scaffold trapdoor for murder the rope parted He suffered a brain concussion but was expected4brecover Perplexed officials appealed to the British embassy for an an swer to the be hanged or has he been hanged The embassyis looking it up Chiang Delays liis Elder Brothers Funeral NANKING Chiang KaiShek postponed de parture for his elder brothers fu neral Tuesday until pressing prob ems arising from Marshal Chang HsuehLiangs rebellion have been settled The premier was not expected to depart for his birthplace of Feng hua Chekiang province until Wednesday after certain import ant decisions facing the govern ment have been made It was believed the rebel mar shals fate would be settled before the generalissimo leaves to attend the services for ChiangHsiHou who died at Fenghua at the ago of S3 Charges Testimony of Accuser False MUSCAT1NE that William Schulte gave false testimony before a grand jury which indicted him oh a charge of property theft Alva Bailfiled suit or damages against Schlitz The theft case against 3air was dismissed before going otrial Mew Record Set for Marriage Licenses CHICAGO ffi was made at the Chicago marriage li cense bureau Tuesday when Chief Clerk Sid Summerfield totaled up the number of 1936 pairings and announced the result as with three days to go Theold high was 43159 in 1923 CHECK THAT COUGH BEFORE IT GETS WORSE Cfieck it before it you down Check it before others maybe the children catch it Check it with FOLEYS HONEY A TAR This doublcactiDg compound jivta quiet relief andapeeda recovery Soothes raw irritated issues qutefely allays ticklinc backing Spoon ful on retiring cougbfreosleep No IiabitforminK atomachupietting drugs Ideal for children too Dont let that cougb duo to a coJd hang on For quick relief and stcedai tccoccry insist on FOLEYS HONEY t TAR TRUCKS CRASH ON LAKE ROAD Glaze of Ice on Highways Menaces North Iowa Motorists A glaze of ice formed by mist and sleet covered North Iowa highways Monday night menacing motorists and causing numerous minor accidents and one headon collision between two trucks Two men were seriously injured and a third received minor injur ies in tlie collision between two trucks shortly before 5 oclock Monday afterhopriabout six miles west of Mason City on highway No 106 thesdutheiear Lake road A fourth man driver of one of the trucks escaped without a scratch Arthur M Beamish engineei for the Skelgas company and Tom OBanion Mason City driving the Ford VB pickup struck a deal Lake one ton truck virtually head on as they lost control of the lighl truck just before meeting the heavier machine The latter hac pulled out on the north shoulder in an effort to allow the careening pickup to pass Beamish suffered fractures ol the leg both below above the knee and several cuts about the one eye OBanion received a se vere jaw injury Both were brought to Mason City hospitals Condition Repotted Fair C J Soles St Paul hitchhikei who was a passenger in the Cleai truck was taken on to Clear Lake by Lee DeWiggins whose cat was one of the first to arrive al the scene of the crash Soles suf fered only minor bruises The Clear Lake truck was driv en by Fred Duregger of Bayside The condition of Mr Beamish was reported as good at the Park hos pital Tuesday and the condition of Mr OBanion was reported as fair at the Mercy hospital Hans Thompson Centra Heights also received bruises anc cuts about the head when he drove his car into the side of a Chicago Great Western freight train at the Clear Lake junction on Nineteenth street southwest about 6 oclock Monday evening Thompson was driving west at the time of the ac cident and the train was north bound Thompson was taken to the Park hospital for treatment Woman Hit by Car Mrs Francis M Smith 1428 Monroe avenue northwest was struck by a car driven by George Wolf 708 President avenue south west as she was crossing Federal avenue about 25 feet south of the ntersection atFirst street and North Federal avenue about oclock Monday evening She was joing west and Mr Wolf was driv ng south at the time of the acci dent Mrs Smith was taken to the Park hospital fortreatment bruises i A car driven by Leo Trudo 109 Sixteenth street northeast skidded MI the street cartracksin the 800 Dlock on N6rth Federal avenue and collided witha car driven oy J L Bunch Chicago Fend ers ere damaged on both cars but no one wasinjured Cars driven by Willis Harris 923 Eighth street southeast and Francis Brower driving a Mason City Tent and Awning company truck also collided street and South Federal avenue at oclock Monday evening Hill Named Editor of Medical Journal DBS MOINES Eee Forrest Hill Des Moines was named editor of the Iowa Stale Medical Society Journal He will succeed Dr Ralph Simmons DCS Moines who resigned after serv ing eight years as editor SIT COMFORTABLY Iron In half he Time FIRST TIME you try Easytouse SIMPLICITY in the new 1937 EASY IRONER Are you waiting for an ironer thats easy to use Then HURRY see the new 1937 EASY Ironer NOW Its Vie simplest to operate most convenient Irpneithe world has ever seen You dont have to LEARN to use KNOW HOW already Save half ironing ironing the SIMPLIFIED new EASY Ironer a Banish Ironing board bacK as you sit down to iron effort lessly with the new EASY Ironer purchase any brie of the newest 1937 model Easy Irpners on low liberal terms Small down payment balance weekly or monthly in small amounts Up to 30day free iria on any ironer if you want o convince yourself be fore youbuy P E PEOPLES GAS AJSfD ELECTRIC COMPANY Named as Assistant Attorney Generals DON C BUKIiVGTON PAUL FREEBURN HENRY ROELOFS BUELL McCASH V T J IUAHONEY Aged lowan Collapses at Gate of Boyhood Home and Dies There GLIDDEN at Ihe gate of a home in which he spent his boyhood Young Moore 32 died before aid could reach him Enroule to the home of a son in the country for n visit the aged mans car ran off the road and into a ditch He was preparing to enter his ormer home to ask for assistance when he died Physicians said he was the victim of a stroke Poses as Officer and Accepts Fine SHENANDOAH C Os erholm board of railroad com missioners inspector and Donald Danford state highway patrolman said Tuesday they are seeking a man impersonating state highway officers Osterholm said the man osing as an officer recently col ected a fine from the driver of a pickup truck hauling two BODIES TAKEN OUT OF WRECK 2 Horses Each Carrying Victim of Plane Crash Plod Down Trail BURBANK Cal horses each carrying a blanket wrapped body plodded over eight miles of muddy twisting trails Tuesday bringing from tlie mountains the victims of a trans port plane crash Sunday night The first body brought out to the Los AngelesBakersfield high way was that of Alex Novak 22 of El Centro Cal It was placed in a waiting ambulance Officers estimated it would re quire several hours for 11 more horses each carrying a blanket wrapped burden to complete their task Simultaneously Sheriff Eugene Biscailuz issued a sharp warning for volunteer rescue workers to stay away from the scene of the crash It was believed some of the scores of persons who rushed to Rice canyon Monday wandered helplessly lost all night in a cold rain Many Steep Cliffs That is especially dangerous country said the sheriff There are many steep cliffs and narrow canyons and because of the rain and mud it is extremely hazard ous to attempt to penetrate the district Clearing skies Tuesday morning heralded the end of the storm that began Saturday caused S500UOQ damage along the coast to beach cottages and small boats and en gulfed the United Air Lines trans port at about p m PST Sunday night when it was only 18 miles from the airport here Through the night 15 sheriffs deputies toiled in a heavy thun derstorm to cut the telescoped fu selage of the giant twin motored airliner and remove the bodies Heir Frightened SIvouts As they labored they said they heard the frightened shouts of men and women would be rescu ers They hoped that with day light those lost could find their own way to safety without bur dening the already overworked of ficial rescue parly Two inspectors of the federal department of commerce reached the wrecked airplane Monday to start investigation United Air Lines officials said they would make their own inquiry Coroner Frank Nance of Los Angeles county said he would de cide whether to hold an inquest after he finished his investigation The crash occurred scarcely 25 miles from the heart of Los An geles Observers said that had Pilot Edwin Blom clearedthe ridge on which his airplane shat tered he could have glided safely into Ucton airport seven minutes flying time away Death Instantaneous Death apparently came instan taneous for the 12 persons The pilots body was half out of the crumpled control cabin The bod ies of the stewardess and a wom an passenger were found standing in the transports washroom Scott Massey of Beverly Hills one of the ground scorchers de clared They looked as it they had all died of the bodies were piled up in the front of the if they had been flying along with their safety belts un fastened and no thought of dan ger The wreckage was sighted from the air at about 10 oclock Monday morning It required six hours lor ground searchers to reach it and bring out the word Ihiit all aboard were dead LIVE IDREPORT GUNMENS RAID Pair Unharmed as Shotgun Slugs Rip Through Their Hats CHICAGO slugs ripped through their hats early Tuesday butNathan Treger 37 identified by police as a former Minnesota convict and Samuel Krakover 28 lived to report an attack by gunmen Neither was harmed Treger and Krakover said the slugs were fired through the rear window of Tregers car Treger told officers he had just seated himself in the car and Krakover was entering the machine when four blasts shattered the window He said he dropped to the floor and his companion fell to the pavement Three or four men who alighted from a car parked opposite Tre gers made the attack police said they were informed The gunmen fled after the shooting Both Treger and Krakover were held for questioning PURCHASES FARJI OMAHA Federal Land bank at Omaha announced the sale of an improved quarter section in Cerro Gordo county to Dr J E Marek of Mason City TUie farm is situated miles southeast of Swaledaie Purchase was made through L P Struyk oC Mason City fieldman for the land bank 2 Formers Sentenced SIOUX CITY Maxwell 30 Paullina and Darrell Ronshausen 23U Sioux City were sentenced to a year and a day eath in the LeavenworthKans federal prison for forgery Railroad Switchmen Refuse to Move Cars From Fisher Plant CLEVELAND railroad switching crew refused eariy Tuesday to move 15 freight cars from the Fisher Body company plant after a three hour blockade brought police to the scene Striking United Automobile workers allowed the movement after Robert Bates official of the local read a telegram from Na tional Organizer WyndhamMor timer promising that the automo bile body parts would notbe used at strike harassed Michigan as sembly plants Police stationed in the yards said the switching crew gave no reasons but refused to move the cars when they found them un coupled All but 10 of the 125 men who hud blocked the tracks left after Bates action Both union and company of ficials settled down to await a peace offer from the opposing side in the sitdown strike which yes terday halted operations at the lo factory latest General Motors corporation subsidiary to be clos ed by United Automobile Work ers members The plant employs 7000 persons Remote Isolated Haven Planned for Trotzky in Mexico MEXICO CITY Mex ican government was reported Tuesday planning to confine Leon Trotzky to a remote isolated haven The exiled revolutionary leader is on his way to refuge here after what Diego Rivera mural paint er and TrolzUy disciple charged was illegal deportation from Norway Reports which could not be ver ified said the government might ship the oncepowerful leader in soviet Russia to distant Villa Her mosa in the state of Tabasco to safeguard him from elements hos tile to his presence in Mexico Sugar Tax Bill That Cost Cuba President Office Becomes Law HAVANA armys con troversial sugar tax bili opposi tion to which cost President Mig uel Mariano Gomez his office be came a law Tuesday The house of representatives overrode the former presidents veto of the 51500000 school rev enue measure by a vote of 115 to 13 Monday The senate previously had re passed the bill while the house was impeaching Gomez for his MADRID FORGES MAKE ADVANCES Socialist Armies of Spain Complete Domination of Saragossa Valley MADRID war min istry was informed Tuesday so cialist troops had captured a ceme tery at Teruel and Mount Man sueto giving the Madrid forces complete domination of the Sara gossa1 valley Despite a thick fog and piercing cold the reports said the militia men took their objectives in the salient northeast of Madrid after slight resistance from the insurg ents Madrid authorities acclaimed a decision by the United States state department at Washington to al low Vimalert company ltd to ship 52777000 of secondhand airplanes and equipment to the so cialist headquarters at Bilbao They interpreted the export per mit as evidence the United States believes if legal to permit ship ments of arms to European gov ernments engaged in civil war Seek Accord on New Law for Control of Soft Coal Industry WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS W Va nations leading soft coal producers sought an ac cord Tuesday on a new law for control of the industry Factions which supported the original Cuffey coal control act outlawed last May by the supreme court and factions which opposed it were both represented Introduction of a new law aim ed at keeping up miners wages by keeping up coal prices appears assured at the coming session of congress Deaf Boy Now Hears Radio A mother of a deaf boy Mrs Mary Gamphier Cincinnati Ohio writes I have used two bottles 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