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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 18, 1939, Mason City, Iowa                             NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HARLOH E R HIST MEM ART OSPT Of IOWA COUP DES MOINES U THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY THI BRIGHT JPOT XLVI FIVE CENTS A COPV MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18 1939 THIS PAPEtl CONSISTS OV TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 35 Tolerance for S A Is Sought By CHARLES P STEWART Central Press Columnist Uncle Sam having taken the lead in the development of closer PanAmerican political commer cial and mutually defensive rela tionships our Yankee educators now are intensifying a not alto get her new movement to ward a better cultural ac q u aintanceship among the 21 New World re publics A b i g gather ing of them was held in Washington recently to for mulate plans in this direction It was very successful The PanAmerican cultural get together tendency dates back to early days folloving the war of 191418 President John F OHara of Notre Dame university was a Father OHara prominent figure at the late Wash ington conference Father OHara a wonderful man is a pioneer in the campaign for New World cul tural solidarity I first met him in Argentina in about 1920 when he was below the Equator to ar range for an interchange of stu dents between North and Latin American educational institutions He was a bit ahead ol his time then Today the right juncture seems to have arrived State Secretary Hull reminded the conferees that our hemisphere may become the trustee of the whole globes civilization Latin American savants are sympathetic 4 Need to Be Tolerant But in certain respects we Yankees need to be tolerant of our neighbors Our and their stand ards differ in queer ways I recall a threecornered chat I had in Buenos Aires wit dent Equadorian one Achilles Lopez and an Argentine Jose Virasoro a member of the greai Argentine presidential house oi Mitre Lopezs father had been his countrys consul general in New York Achilles was brought up there He understood the Unitec States as well as I did Neverthe less essentially he was Latin Virasoro didnt know Yankeeland one single cents worth Lopez was explaining to him how odd we are Suppose he said that a Yankee political party were to nominate for president an indi vidual who it could be proved had besides his own wife two 01 three supplementary families I would ruin his chances of elec tion Why exclaimed V i r as o r o shocked Whats a mans privati life to do with his qualification for public office Of course agreed Lopez if ridiculous but thats the Yankei complex Naturally the Latins ought t make allowances for us as well a we for them Still its to be re membered that were so big as t take on an air of some superiorly The Latins resent it In Business Matters The Latin American business man is kinda funny Up here if two businessmen make a bargain they like to put it in writing to obviate the risk of a future misunderstanding The Latins verbal pledge is his word of honor Hell strain a point to make it evident that hes keep ing the spirit of his dicker But if he signs a contract he reckons that lies entitled to outswap the other chap the latter having been put on notice to guard his own inter est Ive had a lot of experience at this Ive had plenty of Latin Ameri cans flimflam me on written con tracts I never had one bunco me on an oral premise X V Criminal Procedure Our AngloSaxon notion is that if a mans pinched on a criminal charge hes supposed to he puilty until hes been proved to be inno cent Thats true But the minute he says lies in nocent the burden is on his ac cuser to show that hes guilty If the accuser shows again that hes guilty its assumed that hes guilty Then if he counters this evidence once more its taken for granted that hes innocent It isnt much different from our system If youre pinched for an aliened traffic law violation the cops charge against you is taken for granted unless you can prove the MORE ANTINAZI REVOLTS SEEN Claim Success in Air CLAIM BRITISH AIRMEN DRIVEN OFF IN ATTACK Germans Claim Daring Flights Over Allied Nations Successful BERLIN Satur day claimed a triple success in he air war against the allies in nazi flights over France and Brit ain and the announcement three British planes had been driven off enroute to the Wilhemshaven naval base The high command said in a communique on Fridays develop ments that an attempt by three British planes to attack Wilhem shaven failed through timely ac tion antiaircraft The British air ministry however reported Friday nisht that Royal Air Force planes suc cessfully photographed an im portant German naval base tlKjush they encountered heavy antiaircraft fire Fridays flight of a German scouting plane to the west coast ot England was described by DNB official German news agency as one ot the most daring yet under taken The press at the same time ex pressed jubilation over flights over the entire French airspace W Jft French troops were reported by DNB official German news agen cy to be digging in east of the Moselle river during a lull in fighting on the western front Emplacements for long range artillery have been constructed by the French in this sector DNB said STRETCH KANSAS CITY leen did it Kathleen Hildebrand is 5 feet 2 inches thats official Now she can take Uncle Sams student training course in avia tion Less than four weeks ago Katlileert was a mere S feet 1 She had passed every physical requirement except that of height for the civil aeronautics authority course at Kansas City junior college But what a difference an inch can make Kathleen appealed to CAA authorities Add another inch they advised So the 18 year old redhead began the stretch of her life She grabbed the tops of doors and pulled herself up She stretched and STRETCHED She gained half an inch in three weeks another quarter in two days But she had to have that final quarterinch in three il ay She exercised harder Stretched oftener Consulted an osteopath and learned how to get every last millimeter of length out of her spine A chiropodist sug gested a certain stance might help Kathleen had lots of otiier suggestions too Nearly the whole country was stretching with her it seemed after As sociated Press newspapers car ried her story She received so many letters and telegrams she hardly found time to do her stretching T5ut thats all over W h c Kathleen sijxhccl when she saw the pointer at 3 feet 2 Friday Now I can re lax Kathleens going to try her wings next week G E Gets New President Retirement of Owen IX Young anfl Gerard Swope from active management of the General Electric company has been announced by the company Swope who will assume title of honorary president shakes liands in New York with his successor C E AVilson the new president Younjr who becomes honorary chairman was succeeded as active chairman by Philip D Keed BUTLER RITES AT ST PAUL Funeral for Associate Justice of Highest Tribunal Is Monday ST PAUL Minn body of Pierce Butler late asso ciate justice of the U S supreme court was returned to his home here Saturday for funeral rites and burial Butler who died in Washing ton Thursday after a lingering ill ness will be buried Monday in vices will be held at 8 St Lukes church Three associate justices Hnr contrary Youre guilty per sc Then if you can you can prove that youre innocent And the cop can prove back again And you can go on indefinitely Its the Latin system Babbit Found Guilty on Assault Charge DES MOINES district court jury found James W Bab bitt 59 guilty of assault and bat tery in connection with the stab bing of Tony Gasparovich 22 in the reception room oE a radio sta tion here Oct 4 during an argu ment between the two men about noise in the room when Babbitt wanted to hear a certain program Maximum sentence under the charge is 30 days in jail Ian F Stone Owen J Roberts and James C McReynoids accom panied the funeral party from Washington The journey began Friday after services at St Mat thews cathedral The group w arrive here at 3 p m Solemn mass of requiem was celebrated before present and for mer members of the court and prominent government offiriis In accordance with wish of his family the body of Ji uce Butler will not lie in state here There will be no honorary pall bearers Requiem mass will be offered by the Very Rev James C Byrne MINNESOTA HAS 30 EDGE OVER HAWKS AT HALF Placekick by Mernik Scores Only Points for Golden Gophers IOWA amaz ng Hawkeyes found the iolden Gophers of Minnesota lie sternest opposition they ave met this season as they railed the Biermancoached len 3 to 0 at the half of their ig Ten game Saturday aft rnoon before a crowd of wre than 50000 Mcrnlk placekicked a field goal from the Iowa 16 lo score the only points of the first half liis kick being the second such attempt by Minnesota The first attempted in the opening quar ter was wide Minnesota had a wide edge in iatistics virtually overpowering IB proteges of Coach Eddie An erson but the Hawks fought amely and made a serious threat ear the close of the half Nile linnick Iowas candidate for all merican honors tossed an aerial put the Hawks on the Gf hers 20 yard stripe A second Kinnlckthrown pass was intercepted by Harold Van Every Minnesota safety man to stifle the Hawkeye rally and Minnesota held the ball on their own U as the gun ended the half 1 DEAD 15 HURT FROM EXPLOSION Blast Results When Youth Lights Match to Look for Coins KANSAS CITY A maUh lit by an employe searching for coirs in the basement of the Grand Avenue temple building set off an explosion that injured 15 pcrtois one fatally Mrs Lee R Hiirchvick 23 daughterinlaw of Fire Chief T J Hardwick died Monday night several hours after the blast She was in front of the building when tlip explosion occurred She was hurled high in the nir and fell into the basemnt through a hole torn in the sidewalk Leonard Stcelc 19 year old ele vator operator told officers iie ard another employe were changing clothes in the bescment Some coins fell from my pock et and rolled under a table he related I couldnt find them I scrntchrcl n rmitch The explosion By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BERLIN Nazi antitrea son law imposed on Bo herniaMoravia after drasti action against rebellious Czech students pocke battleship Admiral Schee identified as Indian ocean raider WASHINGTON Bellig erents detained 44 American ships since beginning of war state department reports NEW plao aircraft order front re ported quiet HONGKONG Japanes announce penetration o Kwangsi province in soutl China drive ISTANBUL Ger mans one a woman were or rested by Turkish police Sot urday and charged with es pionage FIRE DESTROYS HOME DES MOINES of un determined origin destroyed th fiveroom home of Mr and Mi Frank Gnarier and their family seven children on Merle Hay roa lialf a mile north of the city lim its The father is a WPA worke The house was insured terrible C Mustainc assistant five un the yourcc of which he would not de termine chief snid the explosion doubtedly was caused by The Weathe FORECAST IOWA Generally fair Satur day night and Sunday in w and north probably rain southeast portion colder south and east Saturday night somewhat warmer Sunday in northwest MINNESOTA Generally fair Saturday night and Sunday no so cold in northwest Saturdaj night somewhat warmer Sun IN MASON CITY GlobeGyzeUe weather fisjun for a 2 hour period m Saturday Maximum Friday Minimum in Night 31 At 8 a m Saturday 3 YEAR AGO Maximum 45 Minimum 31 SCARFftCE AL READY JO QUIT Former Big Shot Not Resentful as Result of Jail Term BALTIMORE Scarface Capone the humbled big shot is ready to cry quits That at least was the word passed aJonff Saturday by his brother John Villanova Fa businessman whose name has never been connected with the 525000000 crime syndicate Al once ruled in Chicago Speaking for the bedridden gangster at the first press inter view the Capone family has grant ed since Al entered the hcspita nere Thursday John Capone as serted his brother bore no resent ment toward society for his seven years in prison Hes in a cheerful mood anc doesnt hold a grudge against any body the family spokesman said He added that the big shot who is suffering from paresis a softening the brain was little on like any one coming out of there By there he meant Alcatraz th federal prison in California whert Capone served most of his sent ence for income tax evasion He would not comment on thi clinical aspects of the case how ever referring all inquiries to Dr Joseph Moore Capones attendin physician Friday night Dr Moori said his patient was chronicallj but not acutely ill He replied no comment ivlicn asked if Capone was ra tional Other hospital sources said Ca pone would undergo treatment in volving one of the modern method of inducing artificially high tern peratures Opinion on Validity of States Lease on Building Is Sought DES MOINES low attorney general was asked by th legislative interim committee t provide an opinion on the validit of the states longtime lease o space occupied by the old ag pension division in the Iowa builc ing at Sixth and Grand avenue here The committee asserted tha re tal under the 10year leas wis the most expensive one u have and hinted there might b some doubt as to the power o one executive council to bind sue cceding councils for so long time Look Inside For NILE KINNICK Star Iowa Grldder Will Be Interviewed on KGLO PAGE 11 Alex Fidler Named as Referee of Cord Here PAGE 9 fire Causes Damage of Lake Mills PAGE 8 Football Scores THIRD QUARTER rrincelon 0 Yale 7 Villanova 6 Temple 0 SECOND QUARTER Indiana 0 Michigan State 7 Illinois 0 Ohio State 14 Fenn State 7 Army 7 Tulane 19 Columbia 0 Nebraska 7 Pittsburgh B JlichiEaji 7 Pcnn 3 New Hampshire 0 Harvard 26 Colgate 0 Syracuse 0 St Marys 0 Fordham 0 GeirffCtown 14 New York Uni versity 0 North Carolina 3 Duke 0 Nebraska 0 Pittsburgh 6 in Bogus Money Spent at Fair WASHINGTON JP The se cret service reported happily Sat urday that of the spent by 25780127 persons at the New York worlds fair only SI37620 was found money to be counterfeit FATHER SOX KILLED KNOXVILLE f a t h t i and son Louis lUcGce SO nnd Orcm McGee 28 were killed in stantly in a fall of slate at a coa mine near Hamilton A second son Roger McGee was in the same room with the victims bu was thrown clear by the slate BANDITS TAKE SACKS OF MAIL Officers Search for Gunman Who Robbed Station in Missouri MONROE CITY Mo Masked bandits held up the Bur lington railroad station early Saturday morning and escaped with several sacks of U S mail and a quantity of express Two of the bandits entered the station masters office at 3 a m and ordered Clerk A G Squires to turn his back and keep your mouth shut Squires complied nnd heard at least two men ransack the mail room They fled a few minutes later Squires first checkup showed several mail pouches missing and a number of packages He ran to the station platform but saw nr trace of the bandits He believed they had fled in an automobile probably west alone highway 36 He called the slate highway patrol which immedi ately telctyped a warning throughout the state Patrolmen were dispatched both east and west along the highway which runs through Monroe City n small railroad junction in the northeast ern part of the stnte GERMANYFACES REBELLIONS IS BENES BELIEF 10000 Storm Troopers in Prague Following Rioting of Students BULLETIN PRAGUE more Czechs including wo policemen were shot Saturday for acts of violence against a German it was announced officially The identity of the third was not disclosed Willi Hie nine Czechs shot Fri day the total executed for anti German actions reached 12 BULLETIN PRAGUE law was established Saturday in the districts of Greater Prague PragueLand Kladno Beraun and Horcliowitz shortly after nazis announced the execution of threemore Czechs for anti German acts BY UNITED PRESS Germanys summary action in executing nine Czech students and arresting hundreds of others in Prague Friday following Czech freedom demonstrations caused authoritative Czech sources abroad to predict additional trouble for Germany Saturday In London former president Eduard Denes commenting on German action in closing Czech academic institutions for three years said that Germanys in ternal situation is becoming more difficult and Germanys position in the war is deterior ating High German quarters insisted that Prague was calm and that most of the people in Bohemia Morsvia wertfindignbrifr ovCrthe actions of the demonstrating stu dents But 10000 nazi storm troopers ruled Prague and dis patches said that Czechs kept to themselves avoiding even the streets and public places if The war fronts were reported quiet in communiques from both the French war office and the German army high command Berlin claimed that three British pianos attempted to raid the Ger man naval base at Wilhelmshaven Friday but were driven off by antiaircraft fire and pursuit ships British War Secretary Leslie HorcBcllsha visited western front headquarters of the Brit ish expeditionary forces talked with the soldiers in the field and inspected their positions The French council of ministers convened under President Albert Lebrun in Paris to hear Premier Daladier review the military situ ation and describe in detail de cisions reached in London Friday by the supreme allied war coun cil to pool French and British economic resources and merge their economic activities at least for the duration of the war Now interest in the Balkan situ ation was created by a demonstra tion of Rumanian friendship for Turkey when tlie Rumanians took the governor of Istanbul on an in spection of Rumanian antiaircraft defenses in industrial centers The action was considered significant in view of Turkeys treaty with Britain and France It coincided with reports that Jugoslavia has agreed to Rumanian and Turkish proposals for a Balkan entente conference to form n peace bloc in southeastern Europe against cither Russian or German expansion Reports sairt that Bulgaria may spree to sit in as an ob server with Turkey Greece Jugoslavia and Rumania to dis cuss format inn of a peace bloc Italy which is believed to favor formation of the Balkan peace bloc devoted Saturday to celebra tion of the fourth anniversary of league of nations imposition of sanctions aginst her during the Ethiopian Premier Bcnito Mussolini con vened the supreme commission on splf sufficiency and the press boasted tha by applying sanctions against Italy the league of nations mie her selfsufficient Fascist nid that Italy now must Squires was unable to give description of the two mm he lie recnrdcd as an economic as aw He believed they had ns a military fortress Aio in the economic front Fm mutcrrd her resources to cn n dllrc n pcrkd of counter UUBOQljE under mobilization asnint Russia The IiOO pounds of butter Harry j Rovcrnmsnt stroked that there Becker 2n was crushed to death i no shortage of commodities late tnday night while unloading although it was admitted that Snt increases in living costs have federates IS CRUSHED TO DEATH butter tubs car here from refrigerator Final beoa recorded Final Iowa Minnesota Notre Dame Northwestern Missouri Oklahoma Final 1 Final Ohio State Illinois Final Cornell Dartmouth   

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