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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 18, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home COM HARLON E R HtS MEM it ART oer r OF IOWA OES MOfNES I A TUB NEWSPAPEK THAT MAKES AJLL NOKtH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL XXXVII FIVE CENTS PER COPY EDITION ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASEDWIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 18 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 8 Roosevelt Stands Out Election Fate Means Much to Future of Smith tl By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON Oct 18 Novembers elec tions will mean much to an in creasing number of presidential candidacies i n both political parties The present list of 1932s democratic pos sibilities natural ly is much long er than the re publican list fir thus far Presi dent Hoovers re nomination is ac cepted as a near certainty A democratic landslide in November however would dim this prospect somewhat and start rival G O P bees ahumming On the other hand several demo crats who now are beginning to loom imposingly in the 1932 picture have yet to make good this fall or fade into the background UNQUESTIONABLY Franklin Roosevelt is the outstanding democratic figure today but Roose velt must be reelected governor of New York or dwindle immediately factprobably peter out com pletely A Smiths relationship to Roose velt is suggestive of Pa Fergusons relationship to Ma Ferguson in Tex as i Fergusonites desiring to run Pa must run Ma Roosevelt is devoted to Al even as Ma Ferguson is devoted to Pa And even as Ma whenever nomin ated assuredly would willing step aside in Pas favor were it practicable so undoubtedly would Roosevelt readily yield to Al if h ild make Al president by doing if Ma is beaten Pa is beaten Roosevelt iselimShatecV so is A PURDUE IOWA 0 AT HALF Brazil Forces Halt Advance of Rebel Army SWEEP THRU FOR posr P i absolutely dep end Ma ier existing legal conditions sltlvely cannot run for any office at all Ma or no Ma imply does not choose to is conceivable that he may chSige flis mind Suppose Roosevelt were to Je eliminated from politics In some such fashion by death for instance as to imply no popular re pudiation of AVs ideals In an event of this sort it is Imaginable that Tnm to rago 15 Colamn TROOPS SUFFER HEAVY LOSS IN DAWN CHARGES Federals Capture 300 Prisoners Rout Enemy RIO DE JANEIRO Oct 18 Stinging defeat qf revolutionary forces and sharp halt of their ad vance into Sao Paulo beyond Itarade were indicated in stories of federal troops returning today with prison ers from the Sao PauloParana front Both sides suffered heavy casual ties in the engagement which began at 3 a m Thursday and continued for many hours The federal forces took more than 300 prisoners Rebel infantry and cavalry with artillery laying down a barrage in front of them attacked before dawn along the entire Itarade sector which is a central point on the long Sao PauloParana frontier and a virtual gateway into the rich state of Sao Paulo Withstand First Charge The federals withstood the first wild charge and finally mowed down the advancing insurgents with ma chine guns rifle fire and heavy ar tillery With the coming of dawn federa ilray RESORT BURNS IN NIGHT Grocery and Dance Pavil ion at Lake Cornelia Destroyed CLARION Oct be lieved to have been caused by an overheated stove destroyed the grocery store and 3ance hall here last night with losses hear for the owner Frank Coburn Paul Hinton who was opeating the store lost most of his house hold equipment when the building which was separated from the dance hall a few yards broke into flames at about 8 oclock in the evening After using upthe available wa ter from tanks the Belmond and Clarion firo companies attempted to combat the flames with cistern water The buildings were located too far from the lake to allow use of this supply low over the rebel lines and drop ping bombs Some of the plaiies went further south and bombed trains bringing reinforcements Missiles fell on Jaguarahyava sta tion and did great damage About noon the insurgent fire slackened and the federals ad vanced Advices say the federals finally took a number of trenches after which the rebels fled in dis order Rebels Slaughtered The rebels practice of advancing compactly led to virtual slaughtei of many who would have escaped had the advance as skirmisher for mations of the great war been ad AUNT NET By Robert Quillen I picket Pas new office givl The first man may o fell on account of an apple but I aint takin no chances with a peach Tarn to 13 Column CAPONE MANS TONGUE SLIPS Police Learn Some Things About Beer Business in Chicago CHICAGO Oct 18 man the police say is the payoff man on the northwest side for Al Ca pone notorious gang leader dii some talking and as a result polic said they heard some interesting things about the beer business ii Chicago Frank Lawler a former garag mechanic arrested In his expensivi suite in a loop hotel with in currency in his pockets and S600C in bills in a safety deposit box talked At 3 a m each morning Lawle has been driving his expensive se dan to the south side where a larg and fast truck loaded with beer ant covered with tarpaulin rolls up h said adding that his business has been to follow it up and warn th driver in case an officer Is seen Of course he said if a coppe stops us we carry a roll of bill for that The utmost secrecy according t Lawler is maintained within th gang One man he said drives th truck from the brewery another t an intermediate point while a thirc takes it on to the speakeasies Thi systemhe explained makes it pos sible for only one driver to know the brewerys location and only on to know where the customers ar to be found Murder and Intent to Murder Charges Filed in Des Moines Slayin DES MOINES Oct 18 charge of murder was filed toda against Ralph Pcllcgrino 36 and charge of assault with intent commit murder was filed again Peter Benevento 42 as a result o a shooting affray in which Mr Teresa Benevento was killed Bot men were wounded HURT IN FACTORY BLAST f DELEGATION TO ARMS MEETING STARTS VOYAGE J S to Oppose Budget Limit for Its Own Forces By C P WILLIAMSON Press Photo The ruins ol the Garment Capital building Los Angeles where 43 persons were injured Jn ah explosion ate shown in this Associated Press telephoto A tjarment workers strike has been in effect and po lice hadbeen watching the hulldinjr SCORES 1st 2nd 3rd Purdue owa j Nebraska towa State Carnegie Tech Notre Dame Northwestern Illinois Michigan Ohio State Indiana Minnesota ITJVIL Other Games Forms Group to Aid Those Out of Jobs Hoover Takes Steps to Avoid Suffering in Winter WASHINGTON Oct 18 Government measues for reducing unemployment will be given in creased effectiveness to meet the prospect of increased suffering this winter President Hoover following a meeting with his cabinet yesterday announced he had formed a com mittee composed of six cabinet members and Governor Meyer of i Army 6 Harvard 0 FIRST Yale G Brown 0 Ford ham C Holy Cross 0 Cornell 0 Princeton 0 Penn State 0 Lafayette 0 Syracuse 0 Pittsburgh 0 Chicago 0 Florida 0 Nuvy 0 Duke p Kansas 7 Aggies 0 W fcJ 0 Temple 13 Columbia0 Dartmouth 7 SECOND Wisconsin 7 Penn 0 Fordhiim 0 Holy Cross 0 Pittsburgh 7 Syracuse 0 Navy 0 Duke 0 Pcnn State 0 Lafayette 0 Yalo 12 Brown 0 Cornell 12 Princeton 0 Pittsburgh 7 Syracuse 0 N Y U 26 Missouri 0 FINAL W Too Feiv Dry Agents Says Bureau Chief Chicago As Good As Others Woodcock Claims ASHINGTON Oct 18 Speedy conclusion of the work if the league of nations preparatory disarmament commission will be urged by the American delegation After extended conferences with President Hoover Secretary SLim ion ana state department officials he American delegation headed by Hugh S Gibson ambassador to Bel ium acd Hugh R Wilson minis er to Switzerland has left for Gen eva to attend the session opening early next month A number of other nations are understood ready to back any plan o liquidate as promptly as possible he work of the commission in order that some formula for disarmament may be laid before the league as sembly One proposal which is favored widely out which will be opposed by the United States so far as its own laud and sea forces are con cerned isthat for budgetary limi tation XJn3er this method expendi tufe3vf6r armaments would ited as well as the numerica strength if service The contention of the United States will be that the proportion ate cost of maintaining the services here is much higher than in other countries so a budgetary limitation would restrict unduly land sea or air forces It will also be emphasized the United States gives full publicity to the amount of money spent annually on its fight ing forces The delegation is expect ed to oppose emphatically any lim itation formula which would restrict commercial aircraft WASHINGTON Oct 18 Amos W Woodcock director of pro hibition said today upon his return from a visit to Chicago and nearby points that he had found the pro hibition forces pitifully inadequate o cope with conditions I was impressed with the small ess of our force he said This army of ours is pitifully small Woodcock recently announced he vould ask congress to increase the prohibition enforcement force by iOO Praises Chicago Police The director praised police of Chicago and thruout Wisconsin for coopeiation with the prohibition agents He said the police cooperation in Ihicago ranked with the best any where I am very well pleased with Wisconsin where I found conditions unusually good he went on say ing Milwaukee police helped the prohibition agents in every possible way Chicago Jus as Good Chicago is just as good as any other city he also remarked It is juat as quiet a cityas Baltimore Smulng as he talked Woodcock Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Oct passed by one of our fine country clubs out here and there was a big crowd there It was the wom ens golf cham pionship of America W e used to think going to see vpmen play would bo like going to see men crochet but say there is nothing effem inate about this golf thing as played by these champion wom en Say what a bunch of chan nel swimmers they are I would hate to beat one of them to a parking space They just lay that innocent little ball down grit their teeth and swing like u woodchopper and it takes one of our mo3ern men in mighty good physical condition to even walk where it goes to Miniature golf might be all right tor men but not for this humorously called weaker sex Yours WILL ROGERS was racke gangsters operating in Chicago as in other large cities but emphasized again that he found conditions there were no worse than elsewhere the federal reserve board to draw up a program for continuing in strengthened form the federal em ployment activities As a nation the president said we must pre vent hunger and cold to those of our people who are in honest dif ficulties The government will seek to in crease direct federal employment in public works but the emphasis the presidential program will be placed on cooperation with gover nors and employment organizations in regional measures for relief and consultation with the principal in dustries on methods for keeping up their output and their employment Mr Hoover stressed particularly the importance of state effort and praised the initiative displayed by several commonwealths in meeting their problems He pointed out the government had maintained organ ized efforts to increase employment for the past ten months with con siderable success while state agen cies established at the same tima already had shown fine results The president praised several state and city efforts which he said in Tuskegec 40 Tnlladegn CoJIcgn i Georgia Military Academy 0 Navy Plebes G Salvation Army Worker to Deliver Two Speeches Officer E D Hicks Des Moines Salvation Army officer in charge of young peoples activities for Iowa Is scheduled for two ad dresses in Mason City during the weekend He willaddress a meeting for young persons at the Salvation Army hall at 341 South Federal avenue at 7 oclock Saturday eve ning and will speak again Sunday morning at 11 oclock PARTY FACTIONS CONTINUE FIGHT Progress of Reichstag Ses sion Disturbed by Social ist Charges BERLIN Oct 18 of factional enmities in the reichstag today delayed further the govern ments program of legislation for rehabilitation of German business and brot charges to the door of the nationalists and Hitlerites of having caused Germanys post war woes leading up to her present string ency The almost sleepy progress of to days pariamentary session was suddenly interrupted by a socialist speaker Wilhelm Hoegner who in a bitter tirade against the right wing nfembers charged that the na tionalists with their wild wartime talk about annexation and tributes and the fascists with their threats and growing opposition to govern ment plans had caused foreign na tions to look upon Germany witt distrust i The nationalists and fascists had formed a coalition to oppose the foreign loan whioli yesterday passed its first and sec ond readings and was expected to day to continue onward to passage Tnra to Pure 13 Column HOT OFF THE WIRE An extra edition containing Hoorns and full partlculurs of sill major college football games be the street at oclock Saturday evening Why wait until Sunday morn Ing for Saturdays Markets at a Glance NEW YORK Stocks Weak many popular shares at new lows Bonds Heavy most issues slight ly lower in active trading Curb Heavy smal losses bring many new lows Butter Firm HILLS AIRPLANE MEETS DISASTER Crashes on Takeoff Falls Behind Kingsford Sniith BATAVIA Java Oct 18 Disaster today overtook flight enant C W Hill on the last lap of iis 10000 mile air race with Wing Jommauder Charles Kingsford Smith to beat the 15 day record Between England and Australia set by Bert Hinkler Hill a full day ahead of Hink crs record and well ahead of Kingsford Smith who left England four days after le did made a forced landing on the seashore this morning between Keopang and Atapoenpoe in Timor In attempting to take off again for Port Darwin his machine turned over and the engine was damaged precluding his continuing at once Hill was not injured Altho he was more than a day behind HitV at the time of the mis hap as a consequence of it Kings ford Smith veteran of both Atlantic and Pacific flights had a last min ute victory almost within his grasp He was expected hourly at Port Darwin LOCAL MEN Fill 520000 SUITS AGAINST DRIVER F C Gaylord and E G Morse Seek Payment for Injuries TTAMPTON Oct Moore 1 A is defendant in two damage suits totaling nearly 820000 as a result of injuries sustained by E G Morsu and F C Gaylord both of Mason City in an auto crash last May The cases have been set for trial at the October term of Franklin county district court which convenes here Oct 27 The accident happened near the Dovey service station corner on highway G5 at the south edge of Hampton on May 6 1930 The Buick sedan driven and owned by Mr Gaylord was a total wreck and both Mr Gaylord and Mr Morse were patients here in tho Lutheran hospital for some time after the ac cident Mr Moore is a well known farm er residing southof Hampton Kissell Stars in Heavy Running Attack of Boilermakers IOWA STADIUM IOWA CITY Oct 18 dues powerful running at tack ripped the University of Iowa line to pisces in the early part of Iowas only Big Ten game today and the Boiler makers led the Hawkeye eleven 13 to 0 at the end of the first half in their Dads day battle before 25000 spectators here this afternoon The visitors got their first score within the first three minutes of the game after bat tering their way down the field or 60 yards Iowa threatened dangerously late n the period with a march from its own 40 yard line led by Leo Jens void but was halted by failure of its forward pass attack on the Pur due 27 yard mark early in the sec ond quarter Kissells 80 yard run around Iowas right end gave the visitors theiv second tally a merit thereafter Long runs by Kisr sell and Horstmata carried the tie to the Iowa 10 yard litter1 downs FIRST QUARTER Moss kicked off for Purdue San sen returning five yards to the Iowa 22 yard line Horstman stopped San sen for no gain at Purdues left end Sanscn edged out less than a yard at tackle Leo Jensvold punted to Weaver who was run out of bounds on Purdues 16 yard line Risk failed to gain at left guard and tried the same hole again with similar re sults Weaver punted to Leo Jens void who was downed on the Hawk eye 23 yard line The kick on first down rolled out of bounds on the Boilermaker 41 yard stripe Risks pass was batted down by Lloyd Jertsvold Risk stepped thru a wide hole sit left end and ran to Iowas 39 yard line Faking a cross buck Kisell made 12 yards thru left tackle and Iowa took time out Kis sell tried the other tackle for two yards Horstman shouldered thru rniitlnijtMt nn SpnrlA Ince Premature Prisoner Finally Enters Jail FORT MADISON Oct IS Ray Hughes of Sioux City who reached the state penitentiary be fore his commitment papers was dressed in as a prisoner this morn ing He will be assigned to work in the furniture factory Monday Hughes came here yesterday but was refused admittance until the arrival of his papers He was sen tenced to eight years on a man slaughter charge CHICAGO Wheat Barely steady bearish statistics and increased Russian of ferings Autopsy Ordered in Death of Child 10 DENVER Colo Oct 18 UP An autopsy was ordered toflay on the body of 10 year old Leona OLough lin found yesterday in Berkely lake two days after she had dis appeared from her homo She was the daughter of City Detective Leo OLoiighlin Police late last night arrested j one man for Investigation after they Corn Barely steady easy been told he seen a week swest markets Cattle Steady Hogs Irregular ago within a block of the OLoueb lin home attempting to entice small girls into his car FOOTBALL FANS CROWD STADIA Attendance Total Goes Well Over 2500000 Says Estimate By TUB ASSOCIATED PRESS The first of the seasons big foot ball Saturdays a tremendous outpouring of gridiron fans from one coast to the other Conserva tive estimates placed the aggregate attendance at well ove2500000 A dozen first class games in the eastern sector attracted more than 400000 spectators with the 55000 who Jammed their way into Har vard stadium Cambridge for the HarvardArmy game representing the largest single turnout Some 50JJOO were on hand to watch Brown and Yale at New Haven and such battles as PrincetonCornell Nciv York universityMissouri Syracuse Pitt DartmouthColumbia Ford hamHoly Cross and VillanovaBos ton college drew only slightly small er crowds In the mlddlewest more than 70 000 watched Ohio state battle Michigan and GOOOO saw Illinois and Northwestern tangle in another important Big Ten clash Notre Dames new stadium was jammed by a throng of 30000 aa the one time ramblers engaged Carnegie Tech A half dozen other big games in this section helped swell the grand total to well over 100000 Fifty thousand tvero on hand for the two big Southern conferonco 1 classics Georgia and North Una and Tennessee and Alabama i IOWA WEATHER Generally fair Saturday night and Sunday continued cold LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 2t hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 34 Minimum in NiKht US At 8 n m Saturday 25 Trace of snow A continued wind out of the northwest made conditions decided ly uncomfortable in North Iowa Friday and there was little hopo for football fans who were making their way to games north or south Saturday The sun however was able to peak thru the clouds for a time Saturday forenoon Friday nights minimum was 3 degrees lower than that of the previous night and the lowest of the season thus far WEEKS FORECAST For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys Mostly fair and rather cold beginning of week probably followed by rains over south portion and rains or snows over north portion about middle of week with somewhat warmer weather For the northern and centra great plains Increasing cloudiness and somewhat warmer followed by snows over north portion and rains over south portion about Tuesday or Wednesday mostly unsettled re mainder of week   

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