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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 9, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                T OF I KING OF YUGOSLAVIA IS SLAIN NORTH IOWAS CODf DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH HOME EDITION VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SJSBViCS MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 9 1934 PAgh CONSISTS OF SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 312 CARDS WIN WORLDS CHAMPIONSHIP FRANCES FOREIGN MINISTER BARTHOU 2ND VICTIM Assassins Fire on Alexander as He Comes to France on Good Will Tour One of Pair Slain by Police MARSEILLE Oct 9 Alexander of Yugoslavia and Louis Barthou foreign minister of France were assassin ated today as the Yugoslav monarch came to France in an ef fort to improve YugoslavFrench relations King Alexander andxM Barthou were mortally wounded by shots fired from a crowd as they passed in an automobile The three shots which struck the king were part of a fusil lade of about 20 fired The visit of Alexander to France was regarded as of great diplomatic importance to France and the little entente of which Yugoslavia is part Alexander had been greeted on his procession through the city by in He was riding in the first automobile of the procession past the stock exchange when the shots cracked out His car was riddled by shots and was the only automobile hit Tlie dying king was taken at once to the prefecture where surgeons began a vain effort to save his life Almost as soon as the shots were fired the French government clamped a tight censorship on dispatches regarding the tragedy The censorship lasted 40 minutes but the news stories already had been sent abroad and the ban on the news was lifted Barthou was not the only French official to be shot Gen Alphonse Joseph Georgius of the French superior war council was injured Struck by Three Shots All three of the shots which wounded him struck Alexander in the chest Death came to him in an hour and to M Barthou shortly after ward All the street was thrown into turmoil makingimmediate identi fication of the participants difficult but when a semblance of order had been restored it appeared that there were two assassins One of them not immediately identified was shot and killed by the police as he attempted to escape The other was Petris Kaleman 35 a Yugoslav who had been born m Zagreb He was wounded by the clash of a police saber Several persons in the crown grouped around tLo kings automobile also were wounded apparently by the fusillade of assassins bullets if Dictator of Country King Alexander had been dicta tor of Yugoslavia since 1929 when he abolished all political parties Opposition to Alexander several times took violent form On three previous occasions attempts were made to assassinate him and he was the intended victim of numerous plots but he escaped harm Alexander was born Dec 17 1888 at Gettinje capital of the now ex tinct kingdom of Montenegro He was the second son of Prince Peter Karageorgevieh then in exile from Serbia His mother was a daughter of King Nicholas of Montenegro As a boy he was frail The family purse was far from plump and the second son wag sent to St Petersburg wherehe was ad mitted to the corps of pages of Czar Nicholas II last of the Roman ofs In 1903 Prince Peter was elec ted king of Serbia following the savage assassination of King Alex ander Obrenovich and Queen Draga and the family assembled in Bel tn Page 2 column 2 FORECAST IOWA Partly cloudy Tues day night and Wednesday Cooler in the southwest portion Tuesday night and in he south east and south central portions Wednesday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday 78 Minimum in Night 50 At 8 A M Tuesday 54 MINNESOTA Partly cloudy Cooler In extreme west portion Tuesday night Wednesday gen erally fair and slightly warmer SCORES MOVE TO BALANCE BUDGET Richberg Claims New Deal Spending Has Averted Revolution CHICAGO Oct 9 nouncing demands for immediate baJancing of the federal budget in the face of relief demands Donald Richberg said today a blind reac tionary inhumane government could breed a revolt in 30 days Declaring new deal expenditures and measures have saved the nation from revolution President Roose velts chief policy advisor also struck at dodoeconomists for at tacks on NRA In a speech prepared for deliv ery before the Rotary club he dis cussed campaign issues He set a boost in employment as a goal of NRA and gave new assurance to business that no hasty blanket changes are planned in that recov ery unit Should Be Balanced The budget should be balanced at the earliest possible moment Richberg said but sweeping de mands for drastic slashing of ex Attempt to Consume Gallon of Wine Fatal LOS ANGELES Oct 9 cause he tried to make good his boast he could drink a gallon of wine police said Abe Silverberg 43 clothing store owner died last night while police surgeons tried to revive him by artificial respiration An autopsy was ordered ASSASSINS VICTIMS socirUcd Prcss IliQto KING ALEXANDER NORTHERNSPAIN IS CUT OFF FROM MADRID BY WAR 20 Americans Marooned at Town in Center of Trouble By MELVIN K WHITELEATHER CoiiyrlRtit Ittft hy Tile Assccliitctl rrcsM SAN SEBASTIAN Spain Oct 9 Northern Spain was completely shut off from Madrid as fierce fighting broke out early this morn ing and continued into the forenoon Authorities closed the French frontier and even foreigners were not allowed to cross the border Telephonic communication with Madrid was broken and lines to Paris were expected to be cut soon Skirmishes Frequent Skirmishes Between strikers and soldiers were frequent all along the coast from Santander to Hendaye At Bilbao shooting continued all night Soldiers mounted huge searchlights atop the Carlton hotel in an attempt to locate the strik positions after they had poured i iiv LOUIS BARTHOU Fascist Plot Is Smashed in Portugal Leaders Captured at Meeting by Orders of Premier MADRID Oct 9 that Premier Antonio de Oliveira Salazar of Portgual had blasted a budding fascist rebellion in his na tion yesterday were received from extremely reliable official sources in Lisbon today These reports said the premier had directed the capture of half a dozen fascist leaders during a clan destine meeting and that later they confessed they had been planning a movement to restore the absolute monarchist and pretender Durt Nuno to the Portuguese throne Those said to have been arrested include Luna de Liseraia former director of the Lisbon prison Major Bagalar former postmastergener al of Portugal Count de Silves Professor Draga and several other well known persons The suspects denied the move ment had anv connection with the Spanish rebellion and declared it was directed toward the restora tion of a monarchy Drop in Temperature Forecast for State DES MOINES Oct ft er weather is forecast for Towa to night and tomorrow after a torrid sun which sent the mercury to a high of 92 in Council Bluffs yes terday The lowest last night was 50 at Sioux City Temperatures throughout the state were above normal and at 7 a m the reading in Des Moines was 60 degrees or ll degrees above normal Twenty Americans employes of the Firestone Tire and Rubber com pany were marooned at Basauri in the center of the troubled area in northwestern Spain The factory was closed and food was running short Residents re mained indoors for safety Fighting Is Severe Fighting was especially severe in the town of La Sarenes close to Bilbao as leftists carried their de termined revolt against the right est government into its fifth day The town of Lenona was seized by the strikers who looted food stores Several shops were burned by extremists at Pasajes between San Sebastian and Hendaye An estimate of the dead and wounded was impossible as most communication lines were down but it was believed the toll was heavy The military government spokes man at San Sebastian said the situ ation was well in hand and vol unteers would not be called to aug ment troops as is authorized by the Madrid government BEGIN TO MOP UP MADRID Oct 9 gov ernment of Premier Alejandro Ler roux today began mopping up the remaining vestiges of the rebellion in several provinces while estimates of the dead in the six days extre mists outbursts ranged from 500 to 1000 General Ochoa concentrated the government army on the outlying regions of Asturias where fighting still went on Fragmentary reports to the capital today said he had oc cupied Oviedo this morninggoing there from Aviles Congress Reopened Attention here was centered on the reopening of congress this after noon the presentation of the bud get and the appearance of the chamber with all the deputies of the left opposition in jail in hiding Two Bank Robbers Obtain Loot at Wisconsin Bank MILTON JUNCTION Wis Oct 9 State Bank of Milton Junction was robbed of this morning by two men who forced an entrance during the night They lay in wait until the arrival of employes about 8 oclock forcing W H Gates cashier to open the vault Miss Luella De Long book keeperteller also was held prisoner during the robbery The bank was robbed of S400 on Aug 10 1934 in a daylight holdup Huge Sales Event to Be Put on Here Greater Mason City Day Will Be Held on Thursday In order to acquaint more people of North Iowa and southern Minne sota with the advantages offered to those doing business in Mason Cify local merchants will stage a Greater Mason City Day Thursday Oct 11 As a sales event this will eclipse anything that has been held in the community for some time accord ing to the Retail Merchants asso ciation which is sponsoring the project Merchants have stocks of merchandise as large or larger than they have had for years in re sponse to improved business con ditions Large stocks mean large assort ment of wearing apparel for men women and children goods for the home and the automobile and oth er merchandise Milking Inducements In order to make it worthwhile for the people oJ North Iowa and southern Minnesota to come to Mason City for their shopping needs and to become acquainted with what isj offered inthe com munity merctiarits have announced their readiness to make extraordi nary inducements with regards to prices The upward bulge in business anticipated by local merchants in buying their fall merchandise is al ready materializing Better feeling exists and confidence is growing Corn prices are double what they were a year ago and cornhog money is giving the farmer more money with which to obtain his needs Those who have made compari sons between Mason City and some of the larger trading centers of the middlewest point out invariably that the same wide assortment is offered here but at lower prices That has been not an infrequent oc currence here the past few months Bought Eight Outfits When Jack Dempsey was in Ma son City last week he purchased eight readytowear outfits for his actress wife Hannah Williams who lives in New City A saleswoman now employed in a local store but formerly in a Twin City store stated she noticed immediately when she started working here that Mason City prices were lower than those with which she formerly dealt The special announcements of merchants will be appearing be tween now and Thursday in the Mason City GlobeGazette Of course it will be possible to list only a small part of the values that will be offered at Thursdays great selling event Score of Workers Believed Killed in Fire at Iron Mine SAINT PIERRE LA PALUD France Oct 9 score of workers were feared killed today by a fire at the bottom of an iron pyrites mine connected with the Saint Gobain chemical works Three of the dead workers were brought to the surface by the first rescue squad to enter the workings The men trapped were on the small night shift and they were caught by a fir which broke out early in the morning JOE MEDWICK GETS BRUNT OF DETROIT FANS DISPLEASURE NAVIN FIELD DETROIT Oct Medwick caught the brunt of Detroits displeasure at losing the final game of the world series and the championship to St Louis After Medwick had engaged in an altercation with Marvin Owen Detroit third baseman in the first half of the sixth inning the fans cut loose while the Cardinals were taking the field The fans in the left field bleach ers started hurling fruit and other missiles at Medwick meanwhile booing the Cardinal left fielder as the result of the Binin with Owen at third base Umpires and mem bers of the Cardinal team went out to left field to start cleaning up the debris and make some effort to control the action of the howling crowd Workmen were called out to collect the stuff thrown on the field but the barrage continued at inter vals for soon as fans could get their hands oil anything they threw it on the field Is Suspended Play was suspended indefinitely while the crowd was out of control Workmen brought out burlap bags and soon filled a half dozen of them with what looked like the entire stock of a fruit Finally most of the commotion appeared to sub ran out of ammunition A Jew marksmen con tinued to throw for distance as well as accuracy Photographers dashed out on the field to take advantage of the spectacular proceedings meanwhile the Cardinals clustered around Medwick and Dizzy Dean put on the red leather jacket One or two pop bottles were picked up but the fans confined their barrage mostly to harmless articles including a few hundred hot dog buns Just when the out break seemed to have subsided and as Medwick started back to his pos ition another short volley was firec from the open stands This caused another delay and the umpires ob viously were contemplating some drastic measures if possible Try tn Continue Finally a second attempt was made to continue the game hut it was shortlived as a fresh load of buns came ahurtling out of the bleachers Judge Landis called over two of the umnires for a conference and Mickey Cochrane went out to left field in an attempt to wield some influence on the crowd The Cardinals were called off the field and Medwick went over to talk with Commissioner Landis with Manager Frisch also called into conference Cochrane and Owen joined the huddle It appeared Judge Landis had decided to remove Medwick from the game and this was promptly confirmed as Chick Fullis came out to warm up and take a place in the outfield Fullis then went to left field and the crowd quickly subsided John D Rockefeller Leaves for Florida LAKEWOOD N J Oct 9 John D Rockefeller Sr left here today by special train for his winter home at Ormond Beach Fla The aged financier had been at his estate here since Memorial day Water Plant Planned CRESTON Oct 9 elec tion on the municipal water plant will be held at Creston Nov 6 The plant is now privately owned CLOUT 17 HITS TO TRIUMPH 11 0 AS DIZZYJULOWS 6 Score 7 Runs Off Tigers in Single Inning Rioting Among Detroit Fans Forces Joe Medwick Out of Game Cardinals Tigers 7X9 H H B mmmmmm By EDWARD T NEIL NAVIN FIELD DETROIT Oct 9 The St Louis Cardinals won the seventh game 11 to 0 and the world series four games to three today as Dizzy Dean pitched his shutout by the widest marginin series history The Cards scored seven runs in one inning the third and a riot among the left field bleacher patrons forced Commissioner Landis to put Joe Med wick Cardinal outfielder out of the game iruthe sixth TIGER TAMING ACT The official box score ST LOUIS N AB R H PO A K Martin 3I Rothrocli rf Frisch 21 Medsvick If Fullis If Collins Ih Dehincey c Orsiitti cf Dnrocher ss J Dean p TOT A US DETROIT A Uhitr rf Cochrunr c Gehringer 2b Goslin If Rogell ss Green berg Ib Owen 3b Fox rf Auker p Rowe p Hogsett p Bridges p Marberry p 7G Walker Cnnvder p 2 2 4 I 3 I I I 1 4 7 1 3 I 2 43 11 17 27 12 H H IO A 4 n n 3 n 4 n i s 2 40235 4 I n 4 0 40 T 3 2 T 4 0 1 7 II 4 n o i 2 3 n 2 3 n ooooo oooo o ooooo 20000 0 0000 1000 0 o ii o o o Cardinals Martin up Ball nntt inside Ball two high and outside Ball three wide Strike one caJIcd Strike two called Martin fanned swinging hard The crowd let loose a terrific roar Rothrock Strike one called Rothrock hit sharply over Rogells head and ran to sec ond when White handled the ball poorly The scorer credited Roth rock with a two bagger Frisch up one low Frisch lifted a short fly that Rogcli caught back on the grass Medwick Ball one in side Medwick fouled to Owen in front of the boxes off left field No runs one hit in errors one left Timers While up Ball one Inw Strike one called Strike two call ed White grounded out Frisch to Collins Cochrane up and the Tiger manager receive an ovation Strike one called Foul strike two off the left field line Cochrane grounded out Frisch to Collins Gehringer up Ball one low Ball two outside Strike one called Strike two called Gehringer lifted a short foul that dropped uncaught off the left field line near the boxes Charley thought it had fallen on fair territory and had to be called back from second base Ball three wide Gehringer lifted a high fly to Rothrock near LAWYERS CONFER ON HAUPTMANN Suspects Voice Recognized by Lindy as That of Ransom Man TRENTON N J Oct 9 James M Fawcett counsel for Bruno Richard Hauptmann came to the state house today with a hand writing expert Aaron Lewis and went into immediate conference with Attorney General David T chief of the states legal forces that will prosecute the Bronx German on an indictment charging the murder of Charles A Lindbergh Jr Bruno Hauptmanns voice came echoing down the months today from a Bronx cemetery to a Jersey courtroom to cai his own name as the murderer of the baby Lind bergh The voice of Hauptmann is the voice I heard in the cemetery that night when the S50COO ransom was Turn to FaKr 2 Column I TOTALS 34 0 6 27 1 1 3 zBatted for Mnrlmrry in eighth St Louis 007 002 I Detroit 000 Oflfl fl Kuns hatted 3 Collins 2 Delancey I J Dean 1 Medwick J Martin 1 Rothrock 1 earned runs Louis 10 two base Rothrock 2 J Dean 1 Frisch I De lancey 1 Fox 2 three base Medwick Durocher 1 stolen base 2 double to Gehringer to Greenberg left on Louis 3 Detroit 7 bases on Anker 1 Hogsett 2 Orsatti Mar berry 1 struck out by J Dean 5 Grecnberg 3 Bridges by Crowdcr 1 by Aukcr 1 by Bridges 2 Dean Auker li in 2 13 innings off Kowe 2 in 13 j innings off Hogsett 2 in 0 innings pitched to four hatters in off Bridges 6 in 4 13 innings of I Marberry 1 in 1 inning off Cnnvder 0 in I inning losing er A L plate Reunion X I first base Oiven A L second base Klotn X L I third huso Timp of j Corn Seals Received DES MOINES Oct 9 Re ceipt of 6250 seals for 1935 corn loans was announced by Secretary of Agriculture Ray Murray who said they would be sent to sealers immediately so work may be start ed Songs We Love There are 20S carefully selected and edited songs complete vith words and music in Everybodvs SongBook now being offered to its readers by this newspaper Ar rangements are in keys which bring the music within the range oE most voices The harmonization is pleasing This little boook in 6x8 inches in size had 344 pages with an attrac tive durable cover printed in colors One has only to see it to appreciate its value There is a wide selection of songs of all kinds The price is 20 cents postpaid to cover cost of manufacturing and handling Use this coupon The Mason City GlobeGazette Information bureau Frederic J Haskin director Washington D C I enclose 20 rents in roin carefully wrapped i for Every bodys Song Book Name Street r City State Mail to Washington D C GREATER MASON CITY DAY TO BE OBSERVED ON THURSDAY   

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