Mason City Globe Gazette, October 8, 1934

Mason City Globe Gazette

October 08, 1934

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1934, Mason City, Iowa ic E n 3 I t I 1 Ifi 1 fei i CODI NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 8 1934 PAPER CONSISTS Of TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 311 CARDS COME BACK DEFEAT TICERS 43 New Jersey Will Try Hauptmann for Murder REBEL FACTION IN CONTROL OF ARSENAL TOWN Governments Report of Victory Premature 500 Dead MADRID Oct 8 seat of a huge government arsenal was taken by rebels today in a new outburst of revolt against the gov ernment cropping out simultaneous ly at several points Reports from Barcelona said three towns on the outskirts of the city Matorell Sabadell and Bada lona were in the nands of anar chists Troops were dispatched to the trouble centers Capt Gonzalo Massano of the Spanish general staff was shot and killed by rebels today at Barcelona while he was riding in a staff auto mobile Reports reaching Madrid also said troops were bombarding Uga and Gijon In Asturias province where the rebels were reported sol idly entrenched Warships were bombarding Gijon laying down a barrage for advanc ing troops Have Machine Guns The reports said the rebels were j equipped with machine guns and light artillery and were well fortii fied within the city Casualties were reported to be heavy In forces and syn dicalists revolutionary committee arresting its members Barcelona reported troops and rebels were staging battles within the city with the telephone ex change in danger of fallinginto ex tremists hands at any moment The new flareup of a four day re volt that has taken an estimated SOO lives and caused some 3000 casualties came when the govern ment had announced the backbone of the rebellion was broken In Barcelona government troops were thought to have been in com plete control Planes Drop Bombs A squadron of bombing planes swept over the hordes of rebels be sieging Ovideo which is in northern Spain close to the bay of Biscay and dropped 500 bombs reports said Troops were moving south upon Ovideo from the mining regions of the province of the same name They were expected to arrive in midafternoon Military authorities expressed the the rebels would be unable to hold the city because they con trolled only the streets and forces Turn to pase 3 column 4 MANY DIE AS REVOLUTION SPREADS IN SPAIN was proclaimed throughout Spain as revolution spread throughout the new republic claiming tween 200 and 300 persons in demonstrations against the government of Premier Lerroux In Martial law the lives of between 200 and 300 pe Maflrid revqlntional forces battied trpp of which Is shown here Associated Press EXTRA LINDY TESTIFIES TO GRAND JURY ON SONS DEATH Judge Denies Motion of Defense to Examine Jury Minutes BULLETIN FLEM1NGTON N J Oct 8 indictment charging Bruno Kichard Hauptmann with murder in the kidnaping of the infant son ot Col Charles A Lindbergh was returned today by a Hnnterdon county grand jury FLEMINGTON N J Oct 8 T Charles A Lindbergh came back to Hunterdon county today to tell a grand jury what he knew about the death of his 20 months old son kidnaped 31 months ago Col H Norman Schwarzkopf su perintendent of the New Jersey state police and Sheriff John H Curtis met Lindbergh as his car drew up and escorted him into the courthouse The flyer immediately wentjto the grandjury room Pupils Carry Their Flasks to Classes Oct 8 most every student inthe Moon township and Carnot junior high schools carries a flask to classes these days and even takes a drink now and then while the teacher is looking The reason is that a well used by the pupils was found to be contaminated Those flasks contain water IOWA Unsettled cooler in the west portion Monday night Tuesday partly cloudy and cooler MINNESOTA Mostly cloudy Monday and Tuesday cooler in extreme west portion Monday night and in south portion Tuesday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Maximum Sunday Minimum in Night At 8 A M Monday 80 47 55 Figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday 63 Minimum in Night 39 At 8 A M Sunday 60 If North lowans had been permit ted to draw their own specifications for a perfect October Sunday the weather would have been just exactly what it was FIRING USHERS IN GENERAL STRIKE 1 Slain and 15 Wounded as Bullets Spray Streets of Havana HAVANA Oct S and machine gun bullets sprayed Havana streets today killing one person and wounding at least 15 as radical la bor unions ushered in a general strike The office of the newspaper Aho ra was destroyed by fire and ma chine gun bullets were fired at an other the Diaro de la Marina where one policeman was wounded More than 35 bombs were exploded Dozens of tram cars were at tacked by roving bands of terror ists Violence became general short ly after the walkout called by the communist federation of labor be gan at midnight The violence spread to the inter ior One person was killed and seven were wounded in a public park in Santa Clara Employes on Job Despite repeated attacks on Ha vana tram cars employes stuck to their jobs and ignored the strike call Taxicabs operated all night al though many drivers were warned to leave the streets or suffer the con sequences Some milk delivery men struck but others continued early morning deliveries assuring capital residents of an ample supply today A checkup revealed the following workers were on strike wholly or partly Railroad employes truck drivers tram maintenance men dock workers bus men sugar mill employes and left wing students Although walkouts have been called by unions at light power gas and water plants the night crews continued on duty A number of unions of commercial clerks are un der strike orders but it was unde termined xvhether they would com piy Strike Lacks Support Some disorder was reported at Matanzas where one of the import ant water mains was damaged but the strike in that area lacked gen eral support Capital streets were practically deserted throughout the night ex cept for an unuslally large number of police sailors and soldiers on pa trol duty All leaves of absence were cancelled as the government tight ened its precautions hourly Scattered shooting was heard throughout the night most of it coming from motorists who sped through the streets and evaded ar rest For the first time since the iownfall of former President Mi chado police and emergency hospital employes showed a reluctance to give information to newspapermen Grandson of Hero Cannot Eat Gunboat Navy Department Has Chance to Think It Over By DALifi HARRISON NEW YORK Oct 8 half a century there has hardly been a year that the United States navy did not have among its fight ing craft a destroyer named Wor den But one cant eat destroyers The navy department got a chance today to think that over It got a chance to say whether it saw any inconsistency in naming a new destroyer Worden at Puget Sound while across the continent in a New York City boarding house another Worden worried about eating In a telegram to the navy secre tary last night Alderman Fairchild said In Dire Need The naming of this destroyer which under ordinary circumstances would be a highly fitting and ap propriate tribute to one of the na tions heroes becomes a hollow and vain gesture while his grandson and his family are in dire need of employment that a grateful gov ernment can and should supply Perhaps not many recall the came of John Lorimer Worden who died a rear admiral and had de stroyers named after him Worden a lieutenant then commanded Monitor The Yankee cheese box on a it engaged the Merrimac He stood in the pilot house of th cheese box and directed the fir vof her two 11 inch Dahlgren guns He was half blinded when shot from Merrimac found the peephole vJ ripnnd into his eyes MadeRear Admiral Subsequently the United the reunited grateful It made him a rear admiral It be gan naming destroyers after him What he did for the cause of the union directing the first fight of the first of he ironclads the his torians wrote down John Lorimer Worden had a son and the United States had another Turn to PURE 3 column I Two Injured at Elma When Autos Collide ELMA Oct and Mrs Martin Birminhgam of Lourdes re ceived treatment at a local hospital for cuts and bruises received Sunday night in an auto collision two miles east of here when their car and an auto occupied by Mr and Mrs Clyde Cummings of Elma collided They have left the hospital HAYFIELD WOMAN FATALLY HURT Mrs Anna Dormet Succumbs in Hospital Following Car Accident ALGONA Oct Anna Dormet 27 Hayfield died Monday morning in Kossuth hospital from injuries received Sunday evening in an automobile accident Four other persons were also in the car and one of them was injured consider ably The accident occurred about Sunday evening z1 miles east of Wesley The driver of the auto was blinded by lights from an approach ing auto it was said and lost con trol of the car Mrs Dormet was thrown over the fence and her body was not imme diately found She was in an un conscious condition and was rushed to the hospital She never regained consciousness however Tom Sailor of Britt suffered a fractured collarbone He was taken to the hospital but returned to his home Monday morning Lawrence Mason of Algona and Ethel Hunsely of Britt received only minor injur ies Harding Reported as Resting Easily at His Home in Des Moines DES MOINES Oct 7 World war governor William L Harding was reported resting eas ily at his home here today after a two day journey by ambulance from Crawfordsville Ind where he was stricken with a heart attack 3cpt 28 while speaking at a re publican rally Mrs Harding a daughter Bar bara student at the University ol iowa and personal physicians ac companied Harding home At eoria where the party stopped Saturday night the former gov ernor was met by Drs C B Spates and Rodnefc Fagen of Des Moines They said his condition was bet ter today than when he left Craw CALL MARCHIONESS The Marchioness of Mlltord Hiivcn a cousin of King George and named in thfi New York trial for custody of 10 year old Gloria Laura Mor gan Vandcrbilt may make a hurried trip from England in appear us a witness for the girls mother Mrs Gloria Mor gan Vandcrbllt Associated Press 1 Year Old Champion Bulldog Is Abducted LOS ANGELES Oct 8 tim of a daring Kidnaping in 1930 E L Zeke Caress Agua Caliente race track oookmaker reported to day that his 7 year old champion Boston bulldog apparently has been abducted The dog Caress said won the national championship in 1928 in Madison Square Garden and Bos ton Iw willing to pay the dogs ransom Caress said Justice ChargesJury Supreme Court Justice Thomas W Trenchard had charged the grand jury to indict Bruno Richarc Hauptmann for murder if the state presents sufficient evidence that Charles A Lindbergh Jr met his death accidentally or intentionally at the hand of the German carpen ter at the Lindbergh Hopewell es tate March 1 1932 The justice directed the grand ju rors to retire to hear the testimony of the 23 witnesses summoned by the state George N Robinson Jutland a retired dealer in farm supplies the foreman of the granc jury led the jurors into the star chamber Jury Door Locked Atty Gen David L Wilentz County Prosecutor Anthony M Hauck and Assist Atty Gen Jo seph Lanigan the states legal staff in the case followed the grand jury into the room and the door was locked Witnesses to appear before the grand jury were secluded in a room adjoining the jury chamber and if was impossible to ascertain in wnai order they were to be called Atty Gen David T Willentz said as the jurors retired that he plan ned to call Dr Charles E Mitchell Mercer county physician as first witness Dr Mitchell in his autopsy report said the child died of a frac ture of the skull Juuge Denies Motion NEW YORK Oct 8 County Judge Harry Stackell to day denied a motion by counsel for Bruno Richard Hauptmanu for per mission to examine the minutes ol the grand jury that indicted Haupt mann on a charge of extortion in the Lindbergh kidnap case The court also denied a request by the defense for a copy of the minutes The denial came after 45 minutes of debate between James M Faw cett counsel for Hauptmann and District Attorney Samuel J Foley Might Be Examined Fawcett during his argument made clear the fact that his motion was preliminary to a motion to quash the indictment on the ground that the fact in the case did not sustain the charges For fully 30 minutes Fawcett cited cases dating back to the nine teenth century in United States law in which he said the courts had ruled the grand jury minutes might be examined by the defense when the defendant had not presented his case before a district magis trate Foley told the court the purpose of the application was to examine the evidence that had accumulated against Hauptmann and said no court would consider dismissing the indictment Fawcett said todya he was pre pared to introduce witnesses in any court to show that Hauptmann I was not present at cither the kid naping of the Lindbergh baby or the transfer of the ransom i money Vanderbilt Hearing to Be Private Judge Announces His Decision in Fight for Child NEW YORK Oct 8 preme Court Justice John F Carew decided today that the remainder of the court fight for custody of Gloria Vanderbilt 10 year old heir ess will be a private affair The courts decision was an nounced by Justice Carews clerk and also by a court attendant just before the hearings were resumed today Dr Stuart L Craig who treated the child for hysteria Sept 21 last the date on which her mother Mrs Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt charges the girl was spirited away by nei aunt Mrs Harry Payne Whitney was the first witness called today by counsel for Mrs Whitney Mrs Whitney Mrs Vanderbilt and Mrs Vanderbilts mother Mrs DRIVE TO VICTORY OVER ROWE EVEN COUNT AT 3 EACH St Louis Rises to Most Brilliant Heights of World Series Behind Pitching of Young Paul Dean Tigers By HOWARD I NEIL NAVIN FIELD DETROIT Oct 8 St Louis Cardinals after cracking miserably afield rose to the most brilliant heights of the world series today to drive to victory behind young Paul Dean defeat the great Lynwood Schoolboy Rowe and win the sixth game 4 to 3 tying the count at three games each FIRST INNlNfi Cardinals Martin strike one into the press box on top of the grandstand Ball one low Foul strike two on top of the pavilion off right field Martin lifted a high fly to Owen who made the catch be hind the pitching box Rothrock up Foul strike one Rothrock hunted off the third base line Rothrock doubled along the left field line on s hit that Fox handled slowly Frisch one called Frisch lined to Owen who made a nice stab near the foul line Medwick one inside Foul strike one into the lower boxes back of first Medwick ITS THREE APIECE The official box score ST LOUIS N AB R H IO A K 5 4 A Martin Sh Rnthrnnk rf Frisch 21 Medwlclt If 4 Collins Hi 4 Dclancey c 4 Orsatttef 4 Dnrocher ss 4 P Dean p 3 Laura Kilpatrick Morgan were in the courtroom all TOTALS DETROIT A White cf2 Cochrane c 4 Gehringer 2b 4 Goslin If 4 Kogcll ss 4 Greenberg l 4 Owen 3h 4 Kov rf 4 Rowe p 3 Totals33 36 4 10 27 9 2 AB R HPOAE n 0 0 8 7 27 9 1 St Louis 100 020 Detroit 001 002 Runs butted in Medwick I Mar tin Knthrnck I P Dean I Cocli rane 1 Greenherg earned runs Louis Detroit 1 two base hits Rothrock Duroclier Fox sac rifices P Dean Rowe left on bases St Louis 6 Detroit 6 base On balls off P Dean 2 White struck out by PDean 4 White Hogell Greenlierg Rowe 5 Delanccv 2 Medwick Collins Mar Umpires Klera NL at plate Gcisel AL first base Rcardon NL second base Owens AL third base Time of game COURT TO RULE UPON NEW DEAL Supreme Bench Will Pass on Oil Production Gold Act Constitutionality WASHINGTON Oct 8 supreme court agreed today to pass upon the constitutionality of vital new deal section of the recovery act applying to oil pro duction and the suspension of gold payments This will be the first Roosevelt adminintration legislation to run the gauntlet of the high court The court refused to pass upon the validity of the act prohibiting gold hoarding In addition it promised a ruling on the power of the senate to pun ish William P MacCracken Jr a former assistantsecretary of com merce for contempt as a result of his failure to produce airmail records Iowa City Woman Is Killed When Struck by Rock Island Train IOWA CITY Oct S Walter Goodman about 40 of Iowa City was killed almost instantly this morning when struck by a Rock Island train She was walk ing along the tracks to her home in East Iowa City Neighbors who saw the train j strike her from the rear said that Mrs Goodman apparently did not hear the whistle i She is survived by her husband i an employe in the city clerks of fice Special Serum Gets to N Y Too Late to Save Hotel Man NEW YORK Oct S Pierre president of the hotel that oears his name died today soon af ter a special serum was brought to Him by airplane from Miami Fla in an attempt to save his life He was 55 years old A coast guard plane enlisted treasury department hrough the carried the from Miami vial of serum north the only place at which it was a 13 hour flight yesterday headwinds against strong By the time it was rushed to the LeRoy sanitorium Pierres condi tion was so critical that the vaccine could not be administered He suc cumbed at a m Pierre was stricken with appendi citis Saturday and was operated up on the following day An abdominal infection set in and a second oper ation was performed but his condi tion grew worse Accident Injuries of 3 Weeks Ago Fatal COUNCIL BLUFFS Oct 8 Injuries she received when struck by an auto three weeks ago today had proved fatal to Miss Lena Schindle 75 of Council Bluffs She had suffered a relapse Thursday after apparently recovering Youth Accidentally Killed SIOUX CITY Oct 8 Coyle 16 Sioux City high school youth was killed when his shotgun accidentally dischnrgcrt while he was hunting lined a hit to right scoring Roth rock and ran tp throwin a high fly to Fox near the bleachers in right center One run two hits no errors none left Tigers White one called Ball one low Ball two high Foul strike two the lower deck off third base White fanned swing ing hard at a fast ball Cochrane up one low Strike one called Strike two swinging Foul on top of the roof back of first base Coch rane got a scratch single on a grounder that Frisch stopped but was unable to handle Gehringer up one outside Gehringer grounded out Frisch to Collins and Cochranc advanced to second Gos lin one swinging hard Strike two swinging Dean was showing plenty of speed Ball one inside and Goslin ducked to avoid being hit Goslin hit sharply to Mar tin who knocked down the ball fell to the ground but got up quickly to make a throw that barely nipped the runner at first No nuts one hit no errors one left SECOND INNING Cardinals Dclancey cey hit a long drive that Goslin caught while backed up against the bleacher screen in left field Orsatti strike one into the stands behind the plate Orsatti grounded out Owen to Grecnbcrg Duroclier sent a hopper that Owen scooped up with his gloved hand on the run and made the put out at first on a nice throw No runs no hits no errors none left Tigers Rogell one called Ball one low Ball two low Strike two called Ball three out side Foul against the press box off the third base line Rogell fan ned swinging Greenberg one low Ball two wide Strike one swinging Strike two swinging hard at another fire ball Greenberg fanned missing a wide curve badly for the third strike Owen strike one into the stands behind the plate Owen grounded out Mar tin to Collins No runs no hits no errors now loft THIRD INNING Cardinals P Dean grounded out to Greenberg un assisted Martin started to clean out the area back of the screen in right field forcing spectators and vendors to move elsewhere A halt dozen perched on top of the wall also ordered out of the way Strike one called Ball one inside Ball two low Martin grounded out Gehring er to Greenberg Rothrock one inside Foul strike one against the backstop Rothrock bounded a hit through the box Gehringer stopped the ball but there was no play at first Frisch grounded sharply to Gehringer and was tossed out at first No runs one hit no errors one left Tigers Fox strike one against the screen Strike two call ed Ball one wide Ball two high Fox popped high to Durochcr hind the pitchers box Rowe up Strike one swinging Ball one lrw Ball two wide Foul strike two into the right field pavillion ned swinging White lipBall cms nnHmiwi nn IHiie ;

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