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April 8, 1936

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TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 8 193G SPAIN TO NAME NEW PRESIDENT Martinez Barrio in Office After Parliament' Ousts Alcala Zamora. MADRID, (.T) -- Diego Martinez Barrio, moderate left republican, assumed the presidency of Spain Wednesday after a dramatic session of the parliament w h i c h ousted the present r e p u b 1 i c's f i r s t president, Niceto Alcala Zamora. In several sections fresh outbursts of the political violence which has spread through S p a i n since the leftist triumph in the JALCALA ZAMORA. February parliamentary elections accompanied the startling change. Alcala Zamora, an outstanding creator of the republic, was turned out of office in a political upheaval that bore a striking similarity to the overthrow of former King Alfonso at the hands of Alcala Zamora himself just five years ago. The cortes will vote Thursday on calling within eight days of an election for presidential electors. The new president must be elected within three months by a joint session of the parliament and an equal number of electors. Martinez Barrio himself appeared to be the outstanding candidate for the presidency although the socialists were reported backing Sanchez .Albomoz, another union republican and president of the University of Madrid. Deputies of the parliament, in a tense five hour session, decided 238 to 5 the former president had misused his constitutional rights in dissolving the last cortes, and thus was automatically relieved of his post, under article 81 of the constitution. Martinez Barrio, as president of the cortes, automatically became interim president of the republic. [Two Divorces Granted in Franklin County Court HAMPTON--Retha May Soppeland was granted a divorce from Melvin C, Soppeland in district court here Monday on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. She was given the right to use her maiden name, Retha May Doyle. Emma Thomas was granted a divorce Monday from B. E. Thomas. COMPLETE Optical Service Heroine in Crash Miss Nellie Granger, Kansas City, stewardess who survived the crash of the Transcontinental and Western air liner near TJnlon- town, Pa., which carried 11 persons to their deaths. Despite her own injuries, she succeeded In reaching a telephone to give her New York office first word of the accident and summoned aid for two surviving passengers. Miss Granger Is 2S years old. (Central Press Photo) Mrs. A. L. Aasgaard's Rites to Be Friday at Church in Lake « Your Prescriptions Are Guaranteed to Be Correct. M A C E S Smith Optical Co. '· ' ; - 21',EAST STAT.E. . LAKE MILLS--Funeral sen-ices for Mrs. A. L. Aasgaard, who died at the home of her daughter in Waterloo Tuesday, will be held here Friday afternoon at the Salem Lutheran church. The Rev. O. R. Sletten will be in charge.- Mrs. Aasgaard had been in failing health the past few years. She was preceded in death by her husband and a daughter, Lydia. She is survived by four sons and four daughters. Motion Overruled to Quash Indictments in Liquor Tax Case DAVENPORT, (JP)--Federal Judge Charles A. Dewey refused to quash indictments against 15 Iowa City defendants charged with conspiracy to evade payment of federal liquor taxes, but dismissed charges against Robert Leinbaugh and Henry Herring. No reason for the dismissal was given. Trial was set for 1:30 p. m., Wednesday. Dies of Burns Suffered Walking Into Bonfire SHENANDOAH, (JP)--J. R. Ubil, 85, and partially blind, died -Wednesday of burns suffered March 34 when he walked into a bonfire which had been started by his crippled brother. His widow and three daughters survive. . Carrying members of the Civil Aviation board of South Africa to Petersburg to investigate the crashing of the Artemis, the airliner, a plane recently was forced to lane in a field to avoid crashing. Fly-aboufs find that Wings gives a lift to any occasion. This glove is one of Van Raalte's IPtaSi* treatments to flatter your wrists and enhance f l a t t e r y to your new c o s t u m e . "because you love nice things'* Exclusive With HUNT FOR CAUSE OF PLANE WRECK Relatives Visit Morgue to Claim Mangled Bodies of 11 Victims. By MAKBEN GRAHAM (Copyrllht, 11)30, by The AiMoelated rrcm) UNIONTOWN, Pa.--From the battered instruments of the Trans- ontlnental and Western air line's uxury Sun Racer, government and ompany officials tried Wednesday o determine the cause of the crash hat killed 11 persons and injured hree in the wastelands of desolate Chestnut ridge. While the investigators scanned .he wreckage after trudging up a muddy trail, relatives of the vic- Jms came to a Uniontown morgue o claim the mangled bodies. Dennis Milligan, a department of lommerce investigator, said a pub- .ic hearing probably would be'held a. Uniontown in a day or twOj with a more extensive inquiry in Pitts- mrgh later. He declared: Seek Possible Causes. "It is our duty to delve into the possible causes of the accident, check over it quickly, and to piece ogether the probable story of the accident." The three survivors are in the Uniontown hospital. Doctors said all had good chances to recover. They are Nellie Granger, the little heroine-hostess of the California bound transport, Mrs. Meyer E. El- enstein of Newark, N. J.. and C. C Challinor, of Cleveland and New York. Among the dead are the two who could have told most about the battle with the fog--the pilots. The investigators checked al that remained of the giant craft after she ploughed through thickets and rocks for several hundred feet Lies on Its Side. The transport lay on its side, with one wing protruding into the tre tops above shapeless shambles of the fuselage. Sorrowing parents took away the bodies of the three of the four cade' victims from Valley Forge (Pa. military academy. They were on their way home to Pittsburgh for Saster vacation. They are Charles H. Smith, D. 0. August and Crawford Kelly. Relatives also removed the body of Stanley H. Bayersdorfer to Steubenville, Ohio. For hours Bayersdorfer was be- ieved the only man to survive the crash. Hours later, at the Union- own hospital, the man who escaped dentified himself as Challinor. Petite Nellie Granger was the leroine of the disaster. Although njured herself, she stumbled miles through the underbrush to a forest warden's home. Remains With Injured. There sie telephoned -the news and insisted in going back to remain with the other two injured un:il help came. Hours later she told the story of how the unsuspecting passengers hurtled to their deaths. The dead: Charles H. Smith, 17, Arnold. Pa., student at Valley Forge military academy. D. O. August, 17, Grove City, Pa., Valley Forge student. Crawford Kelly, 18, McKeesport, Pa., Valley Forge student. Robert G. Evans, 18, Wayne, Pa., Valley Forge student. Stanley H. Bayersdorfer, vice president of Hub department store Steubenville, Ohio. Frank Hardinan, 260 Lexington avenue, Jersey City, delegate to the Union Iron Workers convention in St. Louis. John O'Neill, 260, Lexington avenue, Jersey City, also a delegate. G. B. D'Arcy, Park Central Hotel New York City. G. W. Heffennan, 2254 Grand Concourse, New York City. Pilot Otto Ferguson, Kansas City Co-pilot H. C. Lewis, Kansas City The injured: Hostess, Nellie Granger, Drav osburg, Pa., cut on leg and body. Mrs. Meyer C. Ellenstein, wife o the mayor of Newark, -N. J., criti cally injured. C. C. Challinor, Cleveland an New York, both ankles broken. Two Vi'atcnes Stopped. Stopped watches on two of th dead convinced Lieut. George pick ering of the highway patrol an Coroner S. A. Baits that the trag edy occurred at 10:20 a. m. Te minutes earlier Pilot Ferguson, en route from Newark, N. J., radioe he was flying through thick-weath er by his instruments and would no land at Pittsburgh. Jack Frye, president of Transcon tinental Airways, said in New York the Sun Racer was flying on a spe cial radio beam but was 50 miles of its course. Frye said that about the time o the crash another TWA plane, eas bound, was delayed in landing be cause of interruption of a radi course beam for interspersions o weather reports. He said withou further information he could no say whether a beam interruptio could have contributed to th wreck. Beacons AH Right. The commerce department 1 Washington said, however, a chec on beacons by an air commerce bu reau pilot showed them to be "accurate and functioning." The report added two commercial pilots also reported the beams all right. Lieutenant Pickering and other investigators who reached the desolate mountainside seven miles from Uniontown soon after Miss Granger's report said the big transport crashed with terrific force. One wing apparently was ripped off by the limb of a tree while the ship skimmed the hilltop. It hurtled on to tear through a hundred yards of underbrush and scattered pieces of wreckage for hundreds of feet. Xo Fire In Ship. I The hostess and two survivors I were in the rear of the Sun Racer nd to that fact they-owed their ·es. That part of the ship did not atch fire. Challinor from the hospital told f fire breaking out. He said he rantically pushed open a door, reaking his hand. Both ankles ere broken in the crash and he puld not walk. Challinor said he crawled through mud and brambles 75 feet from the lane. Miss Granger said she found im on the ground after she made er way out of the door, and placed blanket over him. Made Her Unconscious. She told Frye in a telephone con- ersation that the impact made h»-t nconscious, and added: When I came to I could see the ky above me. There was a, gaping o'le in the top of the fuselage and he wreckage was strewn in every irection. "I got up and walked--only a few ace's, I think. Then. I heard a man all. He was outside the plane. I rabbed a blanket automatically ind went over and spread it over um. "I heard a woman cough, she was Mrs. Ellenstein. I pulled her away rom the plane at just about the ime it started to blaze." The little brunet heroine then egan her hunt through the forests or a telepnone. She went to two abins without success. Phones to Pittsburgh. Finally'she reached the home of Mrs. R. E. Addis and telephoned to C. A. Williams of the TWA in Pitts- urgh---four hours after the Sun Racer was due there. Rescuers hurried to the spot of he air disaster from all around the lountryside. They ripped off unburned pieces f the Sun Racer's wings to make stretchers for the dead. Then it became necessary to cut a path through the thicket to a muddy old mountain road. A truck and two wagons, hub deep in the mud, struggled 7 miles through a snowstorm to get the bodies to the main road and then to the morgue Mrs. Ellenstein was brought out in small truck and taken to a hospital, where a blood transfusion was immediately necessary. Carried to Hospital. Another truck carried Miss Granger to the hospital. An old automobile was commandeered for Challinor and 35 men mlled the car over.the mud road. Within a few hours after news if the tragedy reached the xvorld, relatives of the dead began their risits to the morgue. Four of the victims, the students at the military academy, were en- oute home to western Pennsylvania: or the Easter vacation. The body f Smith was identified by his wi- .owed mother and Dr. J. C. Kelly dentified the body of his son. Rings and a handkerchief discovered on the charred body of Jayersdorfer served, to identify lira. His widow came here from teubenville. Hoffman Foe Rodney Pace, Slayer of Brother, Is Taken Back to Independence INDEPENDENCE, (.?)--Rodney Pace, 17, confessed slayer of his 19 year old brother, Ogden, on March 10, has been ordered returned to the Buchanan county jail from Iowa City, where he has been held three weeks for observation by psychiatrists at University hospital. The order was issued Tuesday by Judge R. W. Hasner in district court to Sheriff A. W. Hammelman. The boy was returned Wednesday. According to Judge Hasner's order, Pace will be held in the county jail here until further order. No report has been made of the findings of the doctors at Iowa City. After five years of political inactivity, former Congressman Franklin W. Fort of New Jersey has emerged from comparative retirement to oppose Gov. Harold G. Hoffman as delegate-at-lnrge to the republican national convention. Attacking the governor's actions in the Hauptmann case, Fort announced that he would make a battle for the honor. Morrissey Chairman of Group Improving Market Hog Quality DES MOINES, (#)--Edward J. Morrissey of Valeria was named chairman of the newly formed council for improvement of Iowa market hogs, organized here to improve market hog quality. Executive board members include William Yungclas of Webster City and J. W. Coverdale of Waterloo. Contracts Are Signed by Thornton Teachers THORNTON--The teachers reelected for next year who have signed contracts are Supt. D. C. Davies, principal, Harold Zieke- foose, home economics, Maybelle Krumm; music, Dorothy Severs and primary, Vernis Fister. Marjorie Bang, with several years experience in the grades in Meservey, was elected at a board meeting for the fifth and sixth grade. Teachers yet to be supplied are for the third and fourth and for the seventh and eighth grades. 1'lan Achievement Day. CLARION--Miss Juliette Wylic, home demonstration a g e n t for Wright and Hamilton counties, announced May 29 as the date for "Achievement day" and committees have been appointed by Miss Mae Morton, chairman of women's projects of the farm bureau organization, to work out plans for this meeting which will be held in the Odd Fellows hall at Clarion. For State Senator A. ·/. Killmcr Tuesday announced his candidacy for the republican nomination for state senator from the forty-third senatorial district made up of Ccrro Gordo, Hancock and Franklin counties. (Lock photo, Kayenay engraving) Jury Finds for Doctor in Eagle Grove Court EAGLE GROVE - A case was tried by jury in Justice S. H. \vn- liamson's court Tuesday m which Dr H Pease, of Blairsburg was the plainlirr and Mr. and Mrs. John Hilpipre of Wall Lake township, north of Blairsburg. were the defendants. Suit was brought for the payment of approximately *h. tor balance due for medical services. The defendants had had much SICK- ness. in which Dr. Pease had been employed, evidently satisfactorily until a time when they asked for another doctor, claiming Dr. Peases latter sen-ice was of no value ana refused payment of balance due The jury returned a verdict for me plaintiff, in the amount of $2j and $16.60 costs. Members of the jury were- Verlc Grimes, Miss M. Turgeon Joe Gangstcad, Archie Johnson, John Creek and F. C. Moseley. j I I {!' | I m- | i: RADIO PROGRAM STATION HOI, AMES THURSDAY. APRIL 9 7:20 a. m.--News Nolcs. 7:30 a. m.--Music Shop. 10-00 a.m.--Homemakers, Mrs. Henry Ivcsfi. 1:00 [,. m.--Freddie Jijaticlfs Orchestra. 5:30 p. m.--Public A f f a i r s . 6:00 p. m.--I. S. Concert Band. )enison Man Indicted for Receiving Stolen Goods in Minneapolis MINNEAPOLIS, UPl--Ap. indictment charging that he received stolen property was on file in U. S. district court here Wednesday against Winston W. Walker, arrested near Denison, Iowa, Saturday night. Walker is charged specifically with receiving envelopes and stamps :aken from a postoffice at Bertha, Minn., Dec. 19. Walker and Jack Seger, arrested with him, were linked by St. Paul postal inspectors with H a r o l d Bailey, serving a sentence for robbery in the state penitentiary, and John Edwards, held in St. Paul. Reported confessions from the latter two were said to implicate the pair held at Council Bluffs, Iowa, in a series of thefts during tile past two years. Wright Soil Committee Is Headed by Lovrien C L A R I 0 N--Directors of the Wright county soil conservation program have been selected by farmers interested in the project this year. Charles Lovrien of Eagle Grove will act as chairman. Others serving with him will be Harold C. Simmerson of Belrnond, H. B. Vanderlip of Dows, J. F. Schipul of Goldfield and Russell Smith of Eagle Grove. New Howard Soil Group Names DeWalle Chairman CRESCO--Permanent county officers of new farm program for Howard county, elected Tuesday, are L. J. DeWalle, chairman: Joe Hattlestad, vice chairman; Rudolph Buckman, committeeman; W. C. Shea, alternate; Paul N. Payne, secretary; C. C. Nichols, treasurer. Articles of incorporation were adopted. The name proposed is "Soil Conservation Committee." The school of instruction will be held Thursday. "Just a minute, Doc, till I tell you about the. swell New Easier Sterlingworth suits and topcoats at Abel Son, Inc. ... and only S20 . . , S25 . ... . $31" __ OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT! The City Tire Battery Now Open for Business At 118 South Delaware Avenue Mason City Our Special Opening Sale of ' TIRES AND TUBES We purchased the Entire Stock of Tires and Tubes from the Allied Dealers, formerly in business here. 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