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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home rUHLQN E R HiS MEM AflT OF IOWA ES THE NEWSPAlKU FHAV MAKKS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME XXX VI FIVE CENTS PER COPYASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 4 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 309 TERMOF20DAYS Dictator for Election to Keep Order HAVANA Oct 4 Cuban congress convoked in special session early today authorized the president General Gerardo Ma chado Morales to suspend consti tutional guarantees for a term of 20 days in the interest of public or der While intended for Havana and vicinity the suspension may be ex tended at the presidents wish to the entire island nation Altho the authorizing law as passed by con gress is efefctive today actual sus pension is not effective until de creed by the president The Cuban congressional elections will take place Nov 1 Subject to Suspension Troops guarded congress thruout the long session in which a presi dential message asking the power of suspension was read and acted upon The senate voted first pass ing the authorizing measure 15 to 5 just the necessary threefourths majority After much debate the house also passed the measure 88 to 10 The following are among the con j stitutional guarantees subject to R suspension at the discretion of the 4 president Ji Rules Are Listed v Article one shall be ar except in cases and under trr forms prescribed by the law Article arrested shall procure their liberty or be entitled Jaririg wttlitn24 hours shall be in dicted sentenced except by com peteht tribunal Artcle of corres pondence are inviolable Article mans home is in violable after six oclock in the eve ning Article right of free as sembly shall not be denied Delivers Message The presidential message to con gress reads as follows Seditious propaganda known to the public and frankly and openly disseminated in tne republics cap ital under coved perhaps by recent measures inspired my devotion to civil liberty compel me now wiHi deep regret but in accordance wits my duty to preserve the public peace to request of this honorable congress a law which will authorize me to suspend in part or all of the territory of the nation the guaran tees referred to in article 40 of our constitution This will permit our government to adopt precautionary measures necessary for the immediate com plete strengthening of public confi dence and the strength of the na tion I hope that the patriotism of this honorable congress will cause it to this authorization General Machado became Cuban president for the second time on May 20 1929 after an election in which his canaldacy was not op posed His term expires May 21 1935 Sober Spirit Prevails as Session Ends League Shadowed by Differences qf Nations GENEVA Oct The elev enth assembly of the league of na tions adjourned today after wrest ling earnestly for three and a half weeks with pressing world prob lems UNREST RIOTS STRIKES A spirit of profound seriousness rather than hopeful enthusiasm pre vailed thruout the assembly session which saw repeated attacks upon world economic depression and re newed efforts to hasten world dis armament FrancoItalian naval differences and the German nationalistic re surgence cast their shadows upon the deliberations of more than half a hundred nations who participated in the assembly While never reach ing a stage of cheerful optimism the deliberations were marked with frank speaking and professed will ingness to face facts which some delegates predicted would bear fruit later Attacks Chief Problem Attacking with vigor its chief problem of disarmament the assem bly authorized the preparatory com mission to complete a draft treaty at the November meeting and ex pressed hope that the general dis armament conference might bi convened by 1931 In search for means to relieve the worlds economic crisis the as sembly urged that efforts be made for concerted action and that a world wide inquiry be made into the course phases and causes of tho prevailing depession The asseruiy during the session just ended also gave a full hearing to tlie ArfsUdoBriand Ffenbli foreign ministerHor a Euro pean union and deliverid this pro posal to a committee of represen tatives of Europeanmember states for study Under M Briands chair manship this committee will meet in January to make recommenda tions to the assembly next year New Bench Elected The assembly and council elected a new bench of 15 judges for the world court including a distin guished American Frank B Kel Political Trouble Cause of Uneasiness in Madrid MADRID Oct 4 surge of political unrest over Spain caus ed considerable uneasiness here to day Student strikes and political agi tation in Bilbao and Barcelona anc renewal of the Catalan independence movement in latter city with its claims for complete separation from Spain provoked considerable worry in government circles it was learned Bilbao reported that a genera strike involving more than 20001 workers commenced this morning Police and civil guards are patroll ing the streets in readiness to sup press any violence which might de velop Sunday when the monarchia union whose opponents called th strike holds a political meeting The monarchial union is unde another name virtually the sam as Primo de Riveras old patriot union Primos personally create party which supported the dictator ship It now supports the monarch but defends the dictatorship and it leader CARDINAL HERO SCORE BY INNINGS Athletics Cardinals Taylor Douthit started the Cardinal scoring in tho fourth inning of the third game of the Worlds series with a homerun Proof of Alibi Sought by McCune Defense in Slaying of Evelyn Lee tES MOINES Oct 4 ther testimony to establish an alibi was expected today in the case of Carl McCune charged with murder in connection with the slaying May 10 of Evelyn Lee 9 Of the 51 wit nesses subpoenaed by the defense 2T had appeared a continuation of the case into next week being fore seen CROWD FESTIVE AS SERIES OPENS IN CARDS PARK Walberg Last Minute Choice to Oppose Hallahan 1 By ALAN GOULD Associated Press Sports Editor QPORTSUANS PARK ST LOUIS Oct 4 home before an enthusiastic crowd hope ful of seeing the worlds series tide turned the St Louis Cardinals don ned spic and span new uniforms and dashed out on the field today determined to do something drastic about the onrush of the worlds champion Athletics The Redbirds pinned their hopes of making a comeback on a brand Play by Flay Football Scores new battery Wild Bill Hallahan and Jimmy Wilson regular back top of the Cards who has been cept out of action by an injured ankle Rube Walberg was Connie Mack s ast minute pitching choice Cards Standing Pat 1st 2nd 3rd Final Okla A Has 57 New Cases OSAGE oct October term of court opens Monday with Judge M H Edwards of Parkers burg on the bench Fiftynine new cases have been filed mostly civil cases Another positive advance scored by the assembly was conclusion of a financial assistance convention which when effective will provide loans to a state which is attacked by another No more than partial success was attained in efforts to revise the covenant of the league and to bring it into accord with the BriandKel logg pact for outlawing war The assembly also failed to bring into effect the revised statute for the world court which contains pror visions deemed to clear the way for the entry of the United States into the court Appeals for Peace Adjournment finally was taken after an ardent appeal by Lord Cecil British delegate and pro ponent of disarmament for all friends of peace to rally to the Tiini to race II Column 6 AUNT HET By Robert Quilleri They tried to keep Ella in the hospital another week but the clubs month ly meetin come on Thursday an she wasnt goin to miss that kind o chance to tell about it Tuttle Is Charged With Hypocrisy in Stand on Dry Law NEW YORK Oct 4 Franklin D Roosevelts campaign for reelection wag in full swing today after an acceptance speech in which he accused his republican op ponent Charles H Tuttle of hy pocrisy on the prohibition question Devoting a large part of his speech at the formal notification ceremonies last night to Tuttles position on the liquor question Roosevelt accused his opponent of being wet to the weta and dry to the drys Man and Woman Shot to Death by Gunmen in Pittsburgh Store PITTSBURGH Pa Oct 4 A man and a woman were shot and killed and two other men were wounded seriously by two gunmen who entered a Braddock fruit store and opened fire on the occupants withoijt warning today After firing five shots the slay era ran outside to an automobile driven by another man and sped away The fruit store was opened three weeks ago by George Lobian The slain woman was Lobians wife The identity of the man who was killed was not learned Immediately FASCISTS SENT TO PRISON FORT German Officers Convicted of Attempt at High Treason LEIFSIC Bavaria Oct 4 Three reichswehr lieutenants were convicted today of attempted high treason and were sentenced to 18 months detention in a fortress The lieutenants are Hans Frie crich Wendt Hans Ludien and Rich ard Scheringer They were accused of attempting to win the reichswehr or home guard over the movemnt of Adolf Hitler fascist party chief thru a process of building fascist cells in their ranks In the course of their trial Hitler himself testified as to the aims and intentions of his party He predicted a revolution in Germany and fore saw a time to come when heads of socialists responsible for German political events of latter 1918 would roll on the ground Hitlers election successes recently added immensely to public interest in the trial and the entire world gave its attention to the case when it developed that Hitler himself might later be tried for treason There was considerable hubbub in court when sentences were pro nounced today Outside a large crowd gathered police finally clear ing the square Houston Seeks Court Help in Keeping 2nd Place of Dixie Towns WASHINGTON Oct 4 termined not to yield to Atlanta its place as second largest southern city Houston Texas today sough to enter court proceedings brot by the Georgian city to compel Director Steuart of the census to increas its total population figure Steuart intends listing Atlanta population at 270367 which give it third place in the south and make it thirtythird in the national list By virtue of a Georgia statut which added several areas inde pcnclently governed to the munici pality of Atlanta this city claim its population should be 360692 an its rank second among souther cities It has brot suit in the dis trict of Columbia supreme cour to compel Steuart to list the highe figure in the census Houstons population ia 28957 and its national place twentysev enth Should Atlanta be successfi the Texas city would go down on place on both national and south ern lists EGION ADVANCE GUARD IN BOSTON Jodenhamer Leads 10000 Into City to Join 60000 Assembled BOSTON Oct 4 aires were moving in by train by utomobile and on foot today as he unofficial gatherings of next weeks American Legion convention ot under way More than 10000 of them head d by National Commander O L Eodenhamer arrived shortly before midnight last night Several hundred were due today housands were scheduled to arrive onight and tomorrow and 60000 vere already here The HarvardVermont football ime and a preliminary of the Le gion air show were the attractions or most of todays arrivals Chief among the notables arriv ng today and tonight was Gen i J Gouraud the French commander of the fourth army corps during the World war He will be the guest of Congressman A Piatt Andrew and Gen Clarence il Daddy Edwards wartime com mander of the Yankee division BEVERLY HILLS Cal Oct Hoover went out to Cleveland Thursday and spoke before the Shy locks I his speech Ho didnt beat around the bush about anything H o just come right out in the opening para graph and said he wasdoingpretty mangy Of course he might have sus pected that we had already found it He said if we could afford to live thru it thinca would get better That advicewas directed to younger men He read a lot of statistics there that was mighty encouraging They told how poor some 15 or 20 other countries were doing I had no idea that Ecuador was as bad off as Oklahoma but it is So before you complain think ol Peru Yours WILL Reports of a more drastic shake up in the lineup of the National leaguers involving Jim Bottomley at first and perhaps one of the out fielders were scouted by Manager Gabby Street We are standing pat except for the shift in battery said Street Our team will get going today We have been up against exceptional pitching and a lot of bad breaks I think this is our day The boys arc far from discouraged Street and his men were in a huddle before rompingout for batting drill From the way they be gan pounding the ball all over the lot it appeared Gabby had exer cised his well known vocal powers in exhorting his players Holiday Spirit Prevails The switch of the battleground from Philadelphia to St Louis marked a distinct change in atmos phere with more of the carnival and holiday spirit prevailing in the IVsourl metropolis than waa in evidence among the conservatives at Shibe park A 35 piece band was located back of the third base line for the enter tainment of the early rush of fans into the outfield bleachers More than 10000 seats were sold by noon time and the bleachers formed a solid background of fans in shirt sleeves the weather being more the midsummer variety and balm ier by 15 or 20 degrees than It was in the east for the first two con tests The Athletics in their grey and blue traveling uniforms aroused n mild display of enthusiasm when they emerged for practice Press Experts Squawk The air of festivity with the stand gaily decorated in tings and bunting additional field boxes and grandstand seats installed at every available spot seemed to have the approval of the fans but drew loud and prolonged squawk from the experts in the press box The experts view of the proceed ings from the middle of the upper stand behind home plate was sub stantially curtailed by the draper ies a row of seats for specially privileged customers as well aa the customary screen guard against foul balls Loyal Fans Honored With only an occasional glimpse of the figures at home plate pos sible to the newspapermen it was a matter of guesswork what might be going on so far as batter catcher and umpire were concerned On protest to the club officials it developed that the special seats installed directly in front of the press box were promised to thos Continued on SpnrlR InKc The following piny by play detail of tho third world series game is bj Brian Bell Associated Press Sports Writer SPORTSMAN PARK ST LOUIS Oct 4 FIRST INNING up Strike one called Ball one low Ball two out side Bishop singled to right Dykes up Strike one called Ball one out side It wag a waste ball Strike two called It waa fast Dykes struck out swinging for a fast one Wilson threw to first but Bishop slid back to first Cochrane up Bal one inside Strike one called Wil son again threw to first Strike two called Ball two low Ball three in side Ball four Cochrane walkec Simmons up Strike one callet Hallahan threw to second the bal rolling to short left but Gelbort re covered Strike two swung hard Simmons struck out swinging lust ily at a third strike Foxx up Strike one swinging Ball one low Strike two called Foul against screen Foxx hit to Gelbert who got one hand on the ball but could not make a play on Cochrane at second It was a hit The bases were full Mil er up Strike one called Strike wo called Miller struck out swinging at a fast ball thru the center of the plate The third strike out of tho inning No runs two hits no errors three left up Douthit fouled to Foxx who ran nearly to the stands to make the catch ITS HOMER Wild Bill Pitches Good Ball for Nation als StJLouis Knocks Walberg and Shores From Mound SPORTSMANS PARK ST LOUIS Oct Started off hy Taylor Douthits homerun in the fourth inning the St Louis Cardinals bunched hits in the fifth for one run in the seventh for two and in the eighth for one more to lead the Philadelphia champions of the American league 5 to 0 at the end of the eighth inning Wild Bill Hallahan was pitching good ball for the National struck out three men in the first inning retiring the hist He man after the As had loaded the bases Gabby Streets men collected three hits off Rube Walberg in the fifth to from the box He was replaced by Shores who failed to last the seventh inning KNOCKED FROM BOX Adams up Strikeone called Bal one high Foul strike two ove stands Ball two outside Adam lifted a fly to Simmons In atior lef t Trlschr upYBall one low Strike one called Strike two call ed It was a curve Foul back of plate Frisch flied to Miller in short right Noruns no hits no errors none left SECOND INNING up Ball one low Strike one called Strike two called Ball two outside Haas bounded to Bottomley and was out unassisted Boley up Boley flied to Blades near the foul line in right field Waltaerg up Strike one call ed Ball one low Walberg rolled to risch and was out to Bottomley o runs not hits no errors none ft up He as given a hand Strike one call d Strike two swinging Ball one utside Bottomley struck out on a ailed third strike Hafey up Strike ne he swung Strike two called all one high Ball two low Hafey truck out the third strike a curve eing called Blades up Ball one nside Ball two inside Foul strike ne It hit Cochrane on the foot e hobbled about the plate Ball iree outside Blades drove a long y to Haas in center No runs no its no errors none left THIRD INNING up Ball one igh Strike one called Strike two e swung It was fast Ball two in ide Ball three high Bishop rolled o Bottomley and was out unas isted Dykes up Strike one wung Strike two he swung again Ball one outside Ball two inside Ball three high Ball four Dykes valked Cochrane up Ball one igh Ball two high Strike one ailed Strike two called It was a ast one Ball three low outside Into stands back of third Ball our low Cochrane walked for the second time Simmons up Ball one Ugh Simmons rolled to Gelbert who Theater Bandit Brot Back to Sioux Cit SIOUX CITY Oct 4 Dapper Johnnie Arensdorf 19 who confessed to staging the sensa tional Orpheum theater holdu Sept 2 today was returned to Siou City from Chicago where he wn arrested Wednesday The As loaded the basen in the rst inning but Miller fanned riv ng Hallahan his third slrikjout Bishop and Foxx got passed Ccchrane sUsginK atcher Douthit Adams FriKCh vent out in onetwothvoa order in he last half of the inninc Neither team got a hit in the sec ond or third Walberg struck out Bottomley and Hafey in the second inning Cochrane was hit in on the Eootby a low Up foul but was not hurt badly put ia the ibuiSi vtitbruWHnDcuii first bit of the series after HAUa han had held the Athletics hitless and runless Bishop singled in the fifth but Dykes high fly to Douthit retired the side and the hometown players bunched three hits for a run Blades scoring on Gelberts single Shores took Walbergs place on ihe mound Neither team scored in the sixth Rube Walberg Athletic pitch er was knocked from the Iiov by the Curdinnls In the fifth inning of the third game Sat urday orced Frisch Cochrane threw to at second and Bottomley for a double play No runs no hits no errors ono left Cardinals Wilson up Wilson fouled to Cochrane back of tne ilate Gelbert up Strike one call id Ball one Inside Foul strike Continued on HnorU Movement Spreads Accord ing to Reports at Uru guay Frontier MONTEVIDEO Uruguay Oot IP Reports from Rivera Uruguay an frontier town today said that a revolutionary movement had broken out and spread thruout the Brazil ian state of Rjo Grande Do Sul Many citizens are fleeing across the border into Uruguay Juan Francisco Pereira is at the head of the Rio Grande Do Sul movement which is said to have grown out of dissatisfaction with the recent national elections when Getulio Vargas governor of the state was beaten by Julio Prestes for the presidency Prestes is to be inaugurated Nov 15 Some fighting already has oc curred notably At Santa Ana Dn Livramento where 10 persons were killed or injured in a clash between civilians and officers of the garri son I ROME Oct 4 whole Italian nation rejoiced today at Uie announcement of the engagement of Princess Giovanna to King Boris of Bulgaria Telegrams of felicitation were pouring into San Rossore to day where the princess and her royal parents the king and of Italy are staying The messages came chiefly frohi the offices of municipalities but many of them were from foreign points The morning newspapers devoted the major portions of their front pages to long stories about Giovanna and Boris the editors aRreeinp the marriage will put a fitting climax to ItaloBulgarian postwar relations ALHAMBRA Cal Oct 4 Frank Buck 1G Elizabeth N J broke the junior transcontinental flight record today arriving at Western Air Express field at oclock He reported his elapsed time for the flight from Newark N J as 28 hours 33 min utes which lowered by 1 hour and 8 minutes the record made by his friend Eddie Schneider Jersey City N J Markets at a Glance NEW YOUK New York Central Lines Ipwtst since 1927 domestic In vestment issues generally firm lost sagfi under late selling CHICAGO good rains Kan sas and favorable Canadian reports bearish crop and weather reports to higher IOWA WEATHER Showers Saturday night nnd Sunday Not much change in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar company weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 a m Saturday Highest Friday HI Lowest in Night ti At 8 A M Saturday 52 N Precipitation 10 The wind was in the south again Saturday indicating probable warm er weather with continuation of rainy condition WEEKS FORECAST Weather outlook for the week be ginning Monday Oct G for the up per Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys Showers at beginning of week mostly fiiir near middle and probable showers again at close temperatures mostly moderate   

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