The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 23, 1936 · Page 3
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April 23, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 23 I 9;{(i THREE MING OPPOSES ENFORCED DRILL Majority of S. U. I. Students Would Fight If U. S. Were Invaded. IOWA CITY, u?)--University of Iowa students, a'"peace .day plebiscite" in which nearly a fifth of the student body voted Wednesday shows, disfavor compulsory military training as now enforced at the university. Voting on four peace questions, the students cast 1,280 ballots and later heard former Senator Smith W. Brookhart advocate a "civilian army of defense" and "the scrapping of the navy's battleships." The students opposed compulsory military training 1,030 to 245, with 724 voting for voluntary training, 306 against all military training. Majority Would Fight. A majority of the students said they would fight for the United States if the country were invaded. Seventy-six said they would fight in a war of aggression, and 191 said they would refuse to fight in any war. A majority of students voting favored entrance of - the United States into a new. league of nations; 337 favored entrance into the world court; and 188 opposed affiliation with either group. Favors Voluntary Drill. Brookhart, a marksman instructor during the World war, declared he favored voluntary military training, that he would participate in a war of defense but not of aggression, . and that the United States should-neither join the world court nor the league of nations "until the competitive economic system is displaced by a co-operative system in the world." Brookhart contended that "a civilian army is an army of peace, but it has proven it can fight if war is a necessity for defense," and he argued that such an army is more efficient than the professional army. Otto Tabe of Rockford Dies of Heart Disease Otto Tabe, 72, who lived about « miles east of Rockford, died suddenly Wednesday night from heart disease. Surviving are his wife and two sons, Walter and Gilbert. He made his home with the latter. Mrs. Tabe is a sister of Fred Fenske, 1322 Delaware avenue southeast. Guest Night Held. RUDD--The Royal Neighbors held guest night at the4mlUTuesday..eve- ning. Five hundred, .waa^played. High prize went to; Mrs.' O: C. Gray, low prize to Mrs.* Artie Ott. Officers Warned to Be on Lookout for West Point Robbers DES MOINES, OTK-The state bureau of investigation broadcast a warning Thursday for officers to be on the lookout for two men who held up and robbed a service station at West Point Wednesday night. The men, one described as weighing 150 pounds, dark, and wearing a cap and zipper jacket, the other six feet tall and wearing a dark cap, were driving a 1936 (Chevrolet) coach with license 88-532. This license, the bureau said, was stolen from a car at Delta, Iowa, early Wednesday. Honored at Shower. THORNTON--Mrs. La Mar Chaffin was .given a miscellaneous shower by a group of friends hi the English Lutheran church basement, Monday evening. 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