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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 7, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home W THE NKWSFAPKK IHA I MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION v OL XXXVI CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SEHVICE MASONCITY IOWATUESDAY OCT 7 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 311 Senate Seats Too Costly Exclusions May Be Result Thinks Stewart By CHARLES P STEWART A S H I N GTON Oct Illinois had to get along with only one U S senator for near ly two years af ter the late Wil liam B McKin leys term ex pired in 1927 Pennsylvania was in a similar fix for half agajn that long follow ing the expira tion of George Wharton Pep pers term at the same time This of course was because the senate refused to accept Frank L Smiths credentials as McKinleys successor and William S Vares as Peppers and their states bad to wait while Smith and Vare fought for the scats they mately to be definitely excluded however on that their nominations had cost too much and that some of the money was tainted besides There have been occasions before when due to one sort of a deadlock or another a single senatorship has remained tied up for a couple of years but having two of them hanging fire at once was a new thing which caused a lot of talk especially in Illinois and Pennsyl vania YET 1931 MAY see the beginning of a very much worse senator snarl than Illinois and Pennsylvan ias during 19272629 At least half a dozen such senate fights are read ily conceivable starting when the seventysecond congress meets and perhaps lasting longer than Smiths and Vares The number will depend on what r J candidates win in November Brazilian Rebels Mobilize GATHERFORCEitf MARCH ON TWO LARGEST CITIES on their primary campaigns are sure to be challenged if elected on presenting themselves for admis sion to the senate chamber If beat en at the polls the cost of their Turn to Paire 10 Column SAILORS REVOLT ON BRITISH SHIP 40 Men Arrested Out of 100 Who Left Ship Says Report LONDON Oct 7 from the Riviera today said that 4C sailors from the British battleship Revenge lying off Golfe Juan har bor near Nice had been arrestec after trouble with their officers One version of the affair was pub lished in a Nice dispatch to the Paris edition of the Chicago Trib une which said that 100 men aboard the cruiser had revolted ex eessive punishments and had left the ship Saturday Fortytwo re turned were placed in irons Police rounded up others and returned them aboard the ship but 25 were said to be still at large Other reports said that 50 men who had shore refused to re turn on board complaining of over strict discipline and unsatisfactory food Both Reuters and the Dail Herald published Nice telegrams which denied that there was ani trouble and declared thatmember of the crew who were queslionei professed ignorance regarding the matter AUNT MET By Robert Quillen 70000 LEGION MEN PARADE Attack of Southern State to Direct Battle in South Uruguay Oct 7 VI apt Revolutionary armies moved today toward the two largest cities of Brazil gathering force as hey traveled for what their leaders relieved would be decisive battles Leaders of the rebel movement banned to divide the armies of the state of Rio Grande Do Sul which s committed heart and soul to the revolution sending one section against Sao Paulo coffeeexporting center and the other against Rio De Janeiro The second section will await forces from the states of Mi nan Geraes Ceara Pernambuco Piahuy and Rio Grande Do Norle before attacking the capital city To Invade Sao Paulo Getulio Vargas president of the state of Rio Grande Do Sul and de feated candidate for the national in the elections has del egated responsibilities his state office to Dr Oswaldo Aranha min ster of interior and will take per sonal command of the southern rev olutionary armies The at Santa Ana Da Livramento said to day that radiograms from the front had announced arrival of the insur gent vanguard at the border of the state of Sao Paulo not far from where federal troops are gathering for defense of that important city Troops from Santa Catarina and Parana are assembling with the in surgents for the invasion of Sao Paulo Others Join Movement Reports from Rivera frontier town insisted that a battalion of the sixteenth infantry at Sao Paulo nad revolted It was said also that Fort Copabanca was assaulted Sun day by a group of rebels The Santa Ana Republicano said 20000 volun teers had offered themselves for military service in Rio Grande Do Sul alone Telegrams from Rio Branco a Uruguayan city just across the Ja Tllrn to rage 2 Column The quarrels o married folks dont amount to noth in after a year or two They just cover the same ground an dont make no now sore spots NEIGHBORS SHUN GERMAN FARMER Tales of Witchcraft and Sor cery Probed in Wis consin JANESVILLE Wis Oct 7 lP state today sought to unravel tales of witchcraft and sorcery in volving an aged German farmer of Layden township a few miles from this industrial center Henry Dorn 64 the farmer said be was forced to nee his home after neighbors and relatives shunned him because of Spiritualist Her man C Englehardt Rockford 111 who said Dorn read black books and worked evil Dorn said his sis ter Mrs Herman Prey with whom he lived blamed him for casting apella that caused apples to rot chickens to stop laying and cows to run dry Walter Drew investigator of the Wisconsin Medical association and official of the state board of med ical examiners will conduct a John Doe hearing tomorrow to deter mine if Englehardt practiced med icine without a license Dorn said it was duringa treat ment he received from the spirit ualist that the witchcraft charges were made Several of his relatives and farm friends were present at the seance he said and since that tfme his life was made miserable The relatives and neighbors were prone to deny Dorns story Packing Firms Renew Suit on Consent Act WASHINGTON Oct 7 resentatives of two large packing companies prepared to renew in the supreme court of the District ol Columbia today their effort to pro cure modification of the packers consent decree Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Oct dont know how it is in your part of the country but brother I am betraying n o confidence when I an nounce to the world publicly that out here its hot Not warm but just downright hot The Chamber of use that as an ad or suppress it but its as true as everything I ever wrote about the republican party and right on top of it I get a long telegram from Death Valley Scotty whom I have known 25 years asking me to come to Death Valley and he would show me all thru it Mr Hoover looks like he just said I will make all my years speeches at once and then go home and try toJive em down Rurs WILL HOOVER SPEECH AT BATTLEFIELD VOIGESWARNTOG President Urges Caution in Accepting Alien Ideals KINGS MOUNTAIN BATTLE FIELD S Car Oct 7 warning that the constitution and American institutions must be pro tected from foreign influences which would mean destruction ol the driving forces of equal oppor tunity was voiced today by Presi dent Hoover whose address this af ternoon climaxed the sesquicenten nial celebration of the battle of Kings mountain of the Revolution ary war At the same time the chief execu tive asserted that any practice of business which would lead to domi nation of the country by selfish in terests also would mean a destruc tion of equality of opportunity It is the first duty of those who believe in the American system he said to maintain a knowledge of and a pride in it not particularly because we need fear those foreign systems but because we have nee to sustain ours in purity and strength In the American system thru free and universal education we train the runners we strive to giv them an equal start our govern ment is the umpire of its fairness The winner is he who shows th most conscientious training th greatest ability the strongest char acter Socialism or its violent brother bolshevism would compel all th runners to end the race equally i would hold the swiftest to the speec of the most backward Anarch would provide neither training no umpire Despotism or class govern ment picks those who run and nls those who win It is in our own house that on real dangers lie and it is there tha Turn tn Page 2 Column Bl BAPTISTS PLAN TO MAKE HOME FOR OLD PEOPLE Management Board Is Expected to In dorse It NDORSEMENT of the plan to i convert the oldParker college at Winnebago Minn into an old peo ples home for Baptists in Minne sota Iowa North Dakota South Dakota and Nebraska was expected o take place at the meeting Of the joard of managers of the Iowa Bap tist convention which convened at 3 oclock Tuesday afternoon as a irelude to the state gathering of Baptists here this week The convention proper will con vene Wednesday evening at the irst Baptist church where a pas ors conference was scheduled to meet Tuesday evening and continue thru most of Wednesday Consideration of the old peoples lome question is one of the most important to come before the con vention this year ranking in im portance the much discussed plan of uniting with the Disciples of Christ and the prohibition question Trustees Ottering College Parker college was organized originally Ipy the Free Witt Bap tisWandlater wasturnedover t the regular Baptists For a tini IOWA QUARTET AGAIN WINNER Iowa Falls Auxiliary Send Champion Singers to Boston Meeting BOSTON Oct 7 quartet of Iowa Falls last low nigh won first prize in the National Gle club and quartet contests sponsore by the American Legion auxiliary The competitions were a part of th Legion convention now in progress The Minneapolis Glee club wo first place in that division for th fourth consecutive year beating th Indiana Glee club by half a point Second prize among quartets wen to the New Hampshire organization Other entries were from Buffalo Wnterville and Minneapolis I PASTORS CONFERENCE Tursdny JKvenlnp Ocl 7 Thn llrv F G Oidd Presiding Recital Mrs Stlnehart 7 The Rev Ralph Jsordlund Message The Rev F G Coild Henry C Shull Hour Wednesday Mnrnlnsr Oft 8 The Rev Frank Yearnti 9 and Forum Local Church The Rov J Floyd Morris M E Dodil Wednesday Afternoon Ort 8 Worship The Rev O M Whllby and Forum Iocal Church and Slate Con The Rev Frank Anderson Dr M E Pidil of Ministers Con ference it was operated by Methodists who finally turned it oer to the origina board of trustees That board has now offered it as a home for aged Baptists in these five states Ne braska and Minnesota have already indorsed it and the North and South DaWota conventions are meeting simultaneously with the Iowa Baptists to decide on their stand Having carried in the board meet ing the old peoples home propoai tion will be finally acted upon a the business meeting of the con vention to be held Friday morning at which time there also will be an election of officers and other busi ness The board of management i made tip of 52 members one cacf from the 20 Baptist associations i the state and 27 members at larg together with officers of the or ganization Reports Presented Reports were given by the chair men of all the committees and b Dr Frank Anderson executive sec rotary of the convention and th first to arrive for the convention and by the general missionary th Rev J F Catlin The executive committee mad up of 12 members from the boan met at oclock Meeting with the convention thi week are the auxiliary units of th organization which include th Baptist mission society which wi convene Wednesday morning at th Congregational church the youn peoples convention which meet Saturday morning and the low Baptist mens session Friday after noon Miss Ingalls Leaves Kansas City Behin WICHITA Kans Oct 7 Laura Ingalla St Louis aviatrix seeking to establish a woman transcontinental flight recort landed here at C S T today after leavingKansas City a SMS a m She took off at a m fo Amarillo Texas AT LEGION CONVENTION national potnmnnrter anil Col r Bodcnhamor t Carroll Swan president df the Legion corporation In Roston were snapped as the American Legion conven tion got uniior way n Boston Inset Mrs Donald Macrae of Council of the naitnnnl mixiliary 100000 Bare Heads in Honor of R101 Victims Bodies of 47 Aboard British Ships BOULOGNESURMER France 3ct 7 gave back to England this evening the 17 vic ims of the disaster which on Sun lay overtook the British airship R101 With French infantry bands playing Mozarts march for the dead and nearly 100000 person1 standing with bared hearts the bodies were taken aboard the destroyers Tem pest and Tribune and embarked for home Each casket was covered with a British and French flag and hou quets of flowers most nf them wild flowers placed there by the peasants of the area It was decided to abandon the plan of a memorial service in the historic Cathedral Saint Pierre since it was not known to what de nomination the victims belonged Hart Hail Storm As the coffins were taken from the city hall and placed on the cais sons Premier Tardieu nf France and Wedgwood Bonn secretary of state for India in the British cabinet stood with uncovered heads Earlier in the morning a storm broke over the town Hailstones as large as eggs beat the mourning bedecked city and forced the thou sands who had gathered to par ticipate in the memorial ceremony to sheek shelter indoors Artillery caissons rumbled along to the strains of God Save the King The caissons ranged from those of the liimous French sev enty fives to the big siege guns of Turn to Iazr 2 Column M Markets at a Glance NEW YORK principle shares make new lows before re covering South America breaks 1 to 10 points Electric Bond and Share at new low CHICAGO bearish Kansas report and increase worlds visible supply good weather anc large country offerings to higher T BLAZES CALIFORNIA Floods Tornado Break Long Drought in Texas By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UOREST fires were sweeping parched areas in California and r Virginia Tuesday while In Texas a prolonged drought was broken by torrential rains followed by destruc tive floods and a tornado At least two dozen persons were injured numerous farm houses were demolished and crops ruined in Houston county Tex when a tor nado cut a swath from 200 to 320 yards wide near Latexo The most serious flood damage was caused nt Brady Tex where the business district was under three to eight feet of water after the over flow of the Brady river From 30 to 40 homes were carried away mak ing 200 to 300 persons homeless Crops that had been suffering from the drought were badly damaged In California heat or midsummer intensity prevailed with a tempera ture of 92 virtually genera thruout the stale Forest and brush fires swept over more than 5000 acres in California the most serious being around Love and Big Creek about 20 miles north of Santa Crux Fires of unprecedented magnitude were sweeping the dismal swamp timber and brush lands between Suffolk Va and Flizabeth City N Car causing a heavy pall of cmnke to settle over the entire re gion Lack of Water has forced fire fighters to confine their effort to backfiring 2 Dozen M Men March in Endless Line Blue Clad Drum and Bugle Corps Part of Great Parade By Staff Representative BOSTON Oct wind ing streets once colonial cow paths and known to the Hancocks Sum ners Adamses and Reveres re sounded toflay tn the ratatattat and martial air of nearly 100 drum and bugle corps marching in the annual parade of the National American Legion convention Mason City wns represented in that seemingly endless line past a reviewing stnnd in front of the statehouse by two doen blue clad musicians strutting four abreast behind Drum Major E W Clark They moved along the four mile stretch of bleacher lined pavement while thousands of spectators be stowed upon them a generous ap plause Parade for 8 Hours For more than eight hours the bands and drum corps and drill cams and miscellaneous marchers iled past the company of dis inguished guests which included the legionnaires black Tack Porsh ng Not since encampment of he G A R some 30 years ago had Boston beheld anything which even approached this colorful spectacle Brilliantly and unmistakably the rapidly mounting influence of this soldier organization was impressed upon the New England metropolis which saw enacted and was an im portant part ct Americas colonla history Other Iowa cities with represents tlon in the parade included For Dodge with Us former national championship drum corps and a auxiliary drill team which ranke fourth in yesterdays competition Cherokee with both drum corp and drill team Knoxville th Iowa drum corps champions Wat erloo with band and drum corp and Iowa Falls with an auxiliary quartet which won a national cham pionship Mason Gityans Arrive The train bearing ClausenWor den posts drum corps arrived her at oclock Monday forenoon but the two cars were not kicket off in the yards in time for the men to hear the Hoover address fit the opening session of the convention Several posted themselves at the entrance to the Plaza Copley hole nearby and caught a glimpse of the president General Pershing former President Coolidge and other dig nitaries who were luncheon guests of Massachusetts governor Col and Mrs Hanford MacNider occu pied places of honor at the affair Boston newspaper writers are en gaging in all manner of speculation with respect to the minister to Can ada and bis possible nomination for the presidency ia 1936 but Colone MacNider is taking no part in the discussion Yesterday he took his place as a buck private in the Iowa section at the convention sessions There has been no word from him on the floor The recent controversy over his official garb as U S repre sentative in Ottawa has made the Mason City man a target for con siderable kidding by his good na tured buddies Drum Corps 1arades Mason Citys drum corps was on of about three dozen outfits which took part in the 40 and 8 parad last night Three prizes were to b awarded but announcement of th GHOSTS OF PAST HOVER IN PATHS OF MEN OF 1918 Reminders of Revolution Cling to Streets of Boston By EBEN A AYERS j Associated Tress Correspondent DOSTON Oct 7 U thousand marching men who i trod the muddy roads of war a dozen years ago marched in gay parade today thru streets where once the cannon of another war roared Perhaps to the boys of the Am erican Legion as they swung along today tbeir heads high their faces gleaming with the memories of 18 there was little thot for the toys of 76 But about them as they stepped briskly thru the streets of historio old Boston there was much tore mind them of the men who fired he first shots for the liberty for vhich they fought nearly a century nd a half later Pass Historio Spots Past old Boston common which ichoed to the impassioned cries evolutionary orators Beacon HJ1I ind down the hill beside ths weath erstained walls of Kings Chapel where the soldiers of Great Britain worshipped they marched today surrounded by the ghosts of tha past V They swung beneath a victory arch that turned their faces towaTi Faiieull Hall Cradle OJJjjitjjrijtf tht spot rifles cracked in sacre The rampant Tinicorns of the old state house from whosebalcony the declaration independence was read to the populace gazed down upon them as they passed as they have gazed upon the marching men of every war in the countrys his tory McNutt Marches First In unbroken array eight abreast the men of the Legion marched ia what their officers said was tha greatest parade of World war vet greater array than gath ered in one marching unit even dur ing wartime days From 10 oclock when the first units eot under wav there wii3 no let up thru the day and darkness was expected to fall as the last rank reached the end At their head as grand marshal was Paul V McNutt of Indiana past national commander Maj Gen Clarence A Edwards of Massa chusetts wartime commander of the twentysixth Yankee division honorary grand marshal and their aides Behind them first of nearly 100 bands and bugle and drum corps marched the champion Legion hand of Electric post 288 of Mil waukee Wis Climh Beneath Arches Thru Beacon street they climbed beneath fastooned arches up the slope of Beacon Hill and past tho state house where the first of four reviewing stands stood Here wera gathered state officers At the city hall was another reviewing stand for city officials But it was the third stand on Tremont street that brot a quick ened step and the snappy eyea Turn In TRET 2 fnlumn 31 Fake Matrimonial Ring Bared in Indianapolis INDIANAPOLIS Oct 7 How an alleged fake matrimonial ring mulcted victims thruout the south middle west and west for more SGOOO was revealed by federal investigators today follow ing tho arrest of five persons on charges of postal fraud Turn to Inuf 2 Column m REWARD FOR BOY SLAYER WANTED Authorities Ask Aid in Hunt for Killer of 12 Year Old Child DUBUQUE Oct 7 iTiAuthori ties here today appealed to Gov John Hammill to post a liberal re ward for the capture and conviction of the slayer of Earl Fuller VI whose mutilated body wns found Sunday along the Mississippi river flats Rumors were thick as to the iden tity of the slayer but no definite lead could be found by police and county officers The boysparents and police be lieve the man stranglefi the boy witi a piece of wire around tho neck tn prevent his identifying him fnr nth er acts he committed before killing tho victim Sfie Yfeaj IOWA WEATHER Cloudy showers Tuesday nighS and possibly in north ex tromo rust portions Wednesday morning slightly warmer In southwest portion Wednesday LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar corpora tion weather figures for 24 hour pe riod coding at 8 a m Tuesday Highest Monday 54 Lowest In Night 53 At 8 A M Tuesday M Precipitation T2 The wind was still in the south cast Tuesday giving evidence that the unsettled condition would con tinue   

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