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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 24, 1939, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME LI1 Y A HARLON E R HIST MEW iq T DCPr OF IOVA DES NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL XLV MASON CITY THE BRIGHT SPOT ASSOCIATED PRESS AND UNITED PRESS FULL LEASED WIRES MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 24 1939 Paul Mallon JapaneseRussian Battle of Claims WASHINGTON The remote private war between Russia and Japan in the remote processes of outer Mongolia is being called the battle of communiques on high here The Japanese have been hitting the world headlines regularly by announcing from Tokio that they shot down so and so raany Russian planes Moscow gener ally tops them a few days later by an nouncing the destruction of a larger num ber of Jap anese planes The boys seemed to have over reached the limit of world credulity when one capital got its total destruction up to 450 planes a few days back With all this claiming going on authorities here decided to tap their best sources to ascertain if there might be a real world war threat in this situation They as certained there was none 3 40000 Each on Lines Here is what they found Jap anese and Russians now have ap proximately 40000 men each on their respective sides Both have been putting men in there since the trouble started in May They had small detachments there then guarding an irregular undefined boundary Apparently the Russian detachment decided to have target practice one afternoon and held it in the direction of the Japanese or perhaps the Japanese walked around behind the targets Several were killed Both sides now have infantry cavalry field artillery tanks anc planes on the ground but neither Clear Lake Will Honor Governor Aug 5 and ff BRITAIN AGREES PLAN OFFICIAL After BeerLoaded Truck Overturned RUMOR PKTnB Workers Die TO SUPPORT OF iidAin any more THIS PAPER CONSISTS OP TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 245 JAPAN BACKED IN NORTH CHINA SWIM TOURNEY BOATING RACES Expect Competitors From All Midwest For Racing Events CLEAR two day cele bration honoring Iowas chief executive will be staged here Aug 5 and G Clear Lake will be host during those two days to Gov George A Wilson members of the Iowa sen ate and house of representatives and more than 100 of the mid Wests outstanding outboard racers swimmers and divers and sailboaters The two day celebration is a gesture of appreciation honoring the governor for his selection of Clear Lake as his summer home Official Boat Races The program also will be high lighted by outboard motorboat races sanctioned by the Midwest Power association and National Outboard association swimming and diving competition sanctioned by the Amateur Athletic union Inland Laes Yachtong associa of two automobiles that were ap Pictured above is the wreckage of the Capital Tobacco company semitrailer truck which overturned Saturday afternoon one mile north of Northwood when its driver Merle Onsfeln turned his machine off i S t0 strikng two cars approaching him around a curve Driver Onstein is in the foresround standing against a stack of beer cases i LARGE TRAILER Roosevelt Unrevealins on d3 kf lUUItt I w TRUCK WRFfiKFIl Conference With Jim Farley IIIUUIY lintUlVtU Tells Reporters HYDK PARK N Y NOTJTRwnn t Plesident Roosevelt Monday de to Bribed his conversation with tionrAlfeVentswiifbe runoff from the foot of Mainstreet sffis to the MFe Onstein rtpnr VirvT avola lne rrasn JMerJe Onstein gear Like Japanese have brought down be tween 50 and 100 Russian planes no more The Russians have des troyed fewer Japanese planes Casualties ran rather high at the start but there is no estimate available worth repeating Republican Silence Silence it appears is not only golden but republican At least this is what they say in the congressional cloakrooms since the quietus tactics practicec by Uncle Joe Martin the republi can mentor in the house proved successful in the adoption of the Hatch bill and the Smith resolu tion Whenever Uncle Joe got wind o a republican who felt the inspira tion of a speech rising within him he slipped around and soothed the seething colleague He ordered all speeches to be made in the cloak rooms none on the floor As a result nothing republican was done to interfere with th democratic split on these two measures which the white house has been ardently trying to block They were adopted by the demo crats with silent help of minority republicans e Victory for Garner The Hatch bill may make the task of Mr Roosevelts friends in lining up officeholders for the democratic convention more dif ficult but not impossible Politicos figure he can still get his delegates from the local po litical machines And certainly CIO for instance would be glad to furnish him with trustworthy delegates slates he could use But the cloakrooms consider the passage of the bill even if Mr Roosevelt refuses to sign it a tremendous victory for the friends of the Garner candidacy The Garner organization has been making an advertised point so liciting the rank and file of the party and avoiding the federal officeholders whom they could not expect to get anyway The republicans certainly have come to life even if it be a silent one Senators Taft and Townsend have been having field days con tinuously on the invisible spending bill in the senate banking commit tee Although in the minority they succeeded in trimming the meas ure materially Senators Hiram Johnson and Borah furnished the same kind of leadership in the de feat of the arms embargo repeal er The small group of republi cans in both houses are working in almost unprecedented unity under foxy leadership to accom plish these successes Democrats have succeeded in getting most of their important bills through during the session but they have not been able to get the strictly new deal bills through without sharp trimming Copjtijhl Kim Fcamm Inc RECEIVE AAA PAYMENTS Wright County Agricultural Conservation associa tion received Saturday as 1939 parity payments governors ball to be held at the Surf on Saturday night will be open to the public The gover nor and members of the senate and house will be the guests of the Surf management A A U Medals Offered A purse of jn the outboard races is expected to attract some of the crack outboard racers of the middle west while a feature of the swimming races will be the standard A A U medals to be awarded to winners Efforts are also under way to bring here a well known troupe of comedy swimmers and divers at Des Moines for the wo mens A A U swimming and diving championships Several water queens are expected to en ter the Clear Lake competition following the Des Moines races Altogether at least 20 entries are anticipated by Lee Bawden in charge of the swimming events Heading up the Inland Lakes regatta are Dr R F Kunz com modore of the Clear Lake Yacht club and Jack and Bob Brereton Yacht club members Three per manent trophies will be awarded in the three classes to be run class E C and X and the committee is making arrangements to ac commodate at least 70 entries Foot of Slain Street Present plans are to schedule races Saturday afternoon Sun day morning and Sunday after noon This schedule is also con templated for the swimming and outboard events Louis Bass heads the outboard committee F P Walker financing and Thorkel Sondrol Jr is acting as general chairman for all the water sports w H Ward president of the Commercial club has charge of the governors program which will probably include a picnic lunch eon for the honor guest of the day and members of the executive council The city council of Clear Lake is cooperating in the two day celebration by Turnishing one meter and three meter diving equipment on the municipal div ing platform It is also planned to erect re served grandstand seats at the foot of Main street for those wish jng to assure themselves of a view of all water events A public ad dress system will be installed to keep spectators informed con cerning the events as they are run off Salzburg Archbishop Forced to Seek Home VIENNA Rt Rev Sigmund Waitz Catholic arch bishop of Salzburg recently ousted from his palace by the nazis who turned it into a storm troop barracks has been com pelled to seek a new home it wa disclosed Monday This time th nazis confiscated for govern mental offices the househe had rented v Driver Takes to Ditch to Avoid Striking Autos Suffers Bruises beer mainly bottled The heavy van clung to the edge of the shouHer for 100 feet or more before toppling over but being on the outside of the curve it could not be drawn back onto the grade One car was passing another on the curve at the time going north and the truck was traveling south Driver Onstein said the drivers of the two cars failed to stop aft er the accident to see what dam age had been done or to offer any help Onstein crawled out of the left window of the cab which was uppermost overturned after the machine He escaped without injury aside from bumps and bruises FIRE DESTROYS AUTO BLOOMFIELD Charles Humphrey of near here was seri ously injured when his car left the pavement turned over and burned on a curve near the Davis county fairgrounds LOOK INSIDE FOR ELIZABETH DEBRUICKER Her Slaying Confessed by Man at Attica Ind PAGE 2 Legion Juniors Ready for Game at Sibley PAGE 9 Body of Unidentified Transient Is Found PAGE H Danzig Continues at Slow EDITORIAL PAGE Tells Reporters Session Was One of Series Since 1928 the two had taken up the ques tion of a third term for Mr Roosevelt Sitting hi ani open car under riA JU president told newsmen if he were writing the story he was afraid he would have to make it very uninterest ing Importance Is Denied He said he was afraid that he could not speculate and would have to stick to the truth which was that the two leaders of the democratic party had just been having another of the regular talks they had been having since 1928 The talks had been fairly effective he said and would con tinue to be so Mr Roosevelt said it was the eleventh year of talks with Far ley and that they were continu ing along the same tenor He said there was not much to say ex cept that the results on the have been fairly effective and he thought they would continue to be effective What reporters could get out of that declaration he said he did not know The Farley Says Little statement however broad enough to cover the pos sibility that the president and Farley had touched on third term possibilities had not been men tioned Farley originally had intended to see reporters but he injected only a few remarks of no par ticular import The president somewhat silenced Farley apparently by telling newsmen he did not think they would get any more infor mation from either of them Nobody is going to catch up with me Farley remarked He sails for Europe this week FORElNlOilPS FOR TERRORISTS Hoare Announces Irish Republicans Given Encouragement LONDON Secretary Sir Samuel Hoare announced in commons Monday that the gov ernment had reliable informa tion that terrorist activities of the scores bombings in various parts of England nuu mieiiti pri He also disclosed that the gov banking he said because it ernment early this year had found RUMOR PASTOR SENT TO MONKS BY ABDUCTORS Will Be Released at Dawn Sum Reported to Have Been Paid JERUSALEM uncon irmed report Monday night said he Rev G R Goldner of Ohio leid for ransom by an Arab band six days had been delivered by ns kidnapers to two Greek monks rom the monastery midway be tween Hebron and Bethlehem This report was made by the owner of donkeys upon which joldner and his father were rid ng when they were captured Wanted Donkeys Back The donkey owner Ishak Attia said the young American was de ivered to the monks on condition lhat they hold him until dawn Tuesday before taking him to Jerusalem Ishak Attia said he had been carrying out a private investiga tion in order to get back his don keys In Jerusalem officials and friends of the 29 year old Moga dore Ohio pastor expressed con fidence he would return sometime between Monday night and dawn Had Paid Sum Earlier A L Miller secretary of the Y M C A had handed over an unspecified sum to an in termediary at Bethlehem for de livery to the kidnapers It was understood that thiswas regarded pay additional sum would be paid when Goldner was freed There was one report that the kidnapers had reduced their ori ginal ransom demand from 85000 to Negotiations to effect Goldners Workers Dig for Victims of Avalatiche GLACIER Wash ers dug into the snow on the pre cipitous face of lofty Mount Bak er Monday in a search for the bodies of four of six college stu dents trapped Saturday in an avalanche Bodies of two of the victims Alice James of Arlington and Julius Dornblutt Bellingham have been recovered The missing are Viene Fisher Coupeville Maynard How at Seattle Hope Weitman Thorn ton and Beulah Lindbergh Great Falls Mont Members the searching party were without hope of finding any of the missing alive While downcast by the tragedy the two guides who accompanied the western Washington college of educations annual hike were thankful it was not more seri ous There were 25 members in the FIRE ACCIDENT DELAY TRAINS Rock Island Service Put Off Schedule by 2 to 4 Hours Train service through Mason City on the Rock Island lines was normal by stats Sunday morning which delaye the schedule several hours The burned 225 foot bridge nea Melcher caused the major part o the delay in service througl Mason City The misfortune oc cmred shortly after the derail ment Crews still were working on the bridge Monday morning Delayed 4 Hours The northbound passenger train WILLUSEFlD STAMPS IN D M Des Moines to Be 5th City for Trial of Surplus Distribution WASHINGTON The agri culture department announced Monday the selection of Des Moines as the fifth city for trial of its food stamp plan to distribute surplus farm products to persons on relief Don Cox and said including party Guides Chester Ullin themselves The group was under a rugged cliff about 400 feet from the 10 750 foot summit and preparing to scale the eliff when the av alanche came roaring down on them The hikers scampered for safety but when they gathered later six were missing release have centered around Bethlehem during the last 24 hours Miller formerly of Sioux City and had to be rerouted to Al lerton to Eldon to Des Moines and then on the regular line to Mason City and Minneapolis The northbound Kansas City to Minneapolis train which was scheduled to reach Mason City at a m Monday was expected to be y2 hours late The two southbound trains through Ma son City Monday were scheduled to be detoured and delayed Burning coals from an engine apparently set the bridge afire railroad officials said the bridge spanned a country road 16 Cars Derailed Debris caused by the derail ment a half mile south of Nevada Sunday morning was cleared by evening Sixteen cars of the southbound Rock Island freight train jumped the track A broken journal on a car in the middle of the 49 car train was believed to be the cause Approximately 200 feet of track had to be repaired The derailment delayed the northbound Rocket hours The streamliner passed through Mason City at p m instead of the regular time The south bound Rocket also was delayed Sunday afternoon for the same length of time No one was injured in the wreck but heavy damages were reported as nine of the derailed cars were loaded with beer meal meat and grain Denies Lend Plan Is Spending in Disguise OMAHA Jesse H Jones federal lending administrator disputed in an interview here ninnai ai4viijci UA uie uisjjuteu tn 311 interview nere Insh republican army were being Sunday night the contentions of actively stimulated by foreign senate critics that President organizations Roosevelts lending program is a He made his statement in mov spend plan in disguise Jones ing the second reading of emer pausing here enroute to the west gency legislation to help crush coast for a vacation also took activities which have resulted in issue with criticism the program would harm private banks It will not interfer with private concerned with a field now ij llriu 1UUI1U itU Wild fc Plan S under which terrorist shunned by them attempts were to be organized He produced a photostatic copy of the RECOVFRIVP FROM TViimiFs plan in the house KtLUVfcKlM FROM INJURIES FILES FOR DIVORCE Smith of Clarion has Clark Smith filed suit against asking that she be i OSKALOOSA at tendants said the condition of Verne Millgatc of Grinnell who panted a divorce The defendant is charged with cruel and inhu man treatment was knocked working on n unconscious while high tension line COOLER IN IOWA Local Thundershowers Predicted Maximum o 92 in State Recorded DES MOINES wealh er bureau Monday promised low local thundershowers and coole temperatures Monday night an Tuesday Four Iowa cities reported Sun days maximum reading of 92 de grees They were Fort Dodge De corah Forest City and Waterlo It was BO in Mason City Forest City and Waterloo ha the nights coolest reading 59 de gvees while it dipped to 62 i Mason City Inwood reported th only precipitation in the last hours 08 of an inch Skies were partly cloudy ove most of the state Monday morn ing Norem in Oxygen Tent at Rochester Hospital Enoch A Worem city editor u the GlobeGazette was remove to en oxygen tent at Colonial hos Rochester Minn Sunda 1 nigJU after a blood clot had settle i dner it Diooa CIOL naa settle Operation was expected to start on one of his lungs He was re within a month The department Ported Monday morning to b estimated 10700 relief cases more easily althoug prising about 30000 individuals sti11 in a serious condition north of here was satisfactory A mt vommoai broke dropping a block of ties corporation and then approval wood more than 30 feet on to Millgates heati would be eligible to take part Participation is optional Similar to Dayton Plan Variations of the plan under which books of stamps to be used to purchase food are made avail able to relief cases are in effect in Rochester Y Dayton Ohio Seattle Wash and Birmingham Ala Department officials said the plan to be used in Des Ivloines would be similar to that in opera tion in Dayton Stamps in 2 Colors One group of 2500 relief cases will be selected to be eligible to receive free blue stamps They will be accepted by local merchants in the purchase of food designated as surplus chiefly certain dairy products and fresh vegetables The remainder of the 10700 re lief cases will be eligible to buy for cash orange colored stamps These may be used to purchase any food product The purchasers will be given free a dollars worth of the blue stamps for each worth of orange stamps they buy The department said Des Moines was well adapted for an experi mental test STATE AGREES TO PROVIDE 535000 AID DES MOINES Gov George A Wilson announced Monday the state tentatively agreed to provide S35000 to get the governments food stamp plan instituted in Des Moines Final steps for institution of the plan call for recommenda tion ot approval by representatives of the Federal Surplus Commodi by Secretary of Agriculture Heniy A Wallace M Norem underwent an operation fo removal ot the gall bladder abou 10 days ago The Weather FORECAST IOWA Increasing local thundershowers begining in north portion late Monday night or Tuesday and in south portion Tuesday warmer ii southeast and southcentra portions cooler in extreme northwcsf portion Monday night cooler Tuesday IAP INTERESTS Will Countenance No Acts Prejudicial to Japanese Security LONDON Brit m announced Monday her recog lition that Japan has special re tirements for maintaining ubhc order in certain parts of hma but denied that this con tituted de facto recognition of Japanese sovereignty over any Chinese territory Announcing the basis of curent JntishJapanese negotiations on heir dispute in Tientsin where Japanses have blockaded the Brit sh and French concessions since June 14 Prime Minister Cham berlain told the house of com mons Denies Policy Changed The Japanese forces in China lave special requirements for the jurpose of safeguarding their own ecurity and maintaining public General Chiang Says Japan Mad Dog CHUNGKING China Generalissimo Chiang KaiShek Monday night warned Great Britain that Japan was a mad dog ready to destroy British interests and said that his re gime would refuse to recognize any twopower agreement in China order in the regions under their control in China and x x x they nave to suppress or remove any such acts of causes as struct In response to questions the prime minister said the agreement did not mean de facto recogni tion of Chinese territory occupied by Japanese forces or any change m British policy in regard to China Halifax Address Lords While the prime minister was addressing the lower house for eign secretary Lord Halifax told the house of lords that the Jap anese had agreed to try to con trol antiBritish demonstrations andthat nothing in the negotia tions in Tokio would affect the position and obligations of other poors The Tientsin dispute arose ori ginally from the assassination of a minor Tientsin customs official Four Chinese whom the Japanese wanted m connection with the murder fted to the British conces sion and British authorities re fused to hand them over on the grounds of insufficient evidence Demands Were Widened Japanese military spokesmen subsequently widened the de mands on the British including requests that they stop all aid to Generalissimo Chiang KaiShek The blockade was imposed on the British and French conces sions with electrified wires strung around the barriers British seek ing to pass the barriers have been forced in many instances to dis The Japanese embassy issued the text of the agreement as Chamberlain spoke The agreement which was reached in Tokio last Friday after preliminary talks between Jap anese Foreign Minister Hachiro Anta and British Ambassador Sir Robert Craigie is the basis for negotiations now going on regard ing the Tientsin dispute The text follows HH maiestys government in the United Kingdom fully rec ognizes the actual situation in China where hostilities on a large scale are in progress and notes that as long as that stale oE affair continues to exist the Japanese i I I i tu Lxist me Japanese MINNESOTA Generally fair forces in China have special re in northwest and northcentral portions local thundershowers in south and extreme east por tions Monday afternoon or Mon day cooler Monday night Tuesday generally fair cooler in south and extreme east portions someivhat warmer in northwest portion In after noon IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statis tics Maximum Sunday 99 minimum Sunday night 62 At 8 x m Monday 77 YEAR AGO Maximum 8i Minimum 53 The figures for Sunday Maximum Saturday gs Minimum Saturday night 55 At 8 a m Sunday 74 YEAR AGO Maximum RL Minimum 52 quircments for the purpose ot safeguarding their own security and maintaining public order in the regions under their control and that they have to suppress or remove any such acts or causes as will obstruct them or benefit thoir enemy His majestys government has no intention of countenancing any acts or measures prejudicial to the attainment of the abovementiond objects by the Japanese forces and they will take this opportunity to confirm their policy in this re spect by making it plain to Brit ish authorities and British na tionals in China that they should refrain from such acts and meas ures Denies Proposal for German Loan Confronted w i t h opposition suggestions that he was trying to buy peace with Germany Prime Minister Chamberlain dc   

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