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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 27, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                T t S 4 Final IOWAEI fin MINNESOTA R Eft IOWA STATE NEBRASKA E R HEM S i T C F I 1234 Final 1 J S 4 Final 1 t S 4 Final 1 Q NORTH Wm B NOTRE DAMEQ i i 4 Final MICHIGAN ILLINOIS NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI FIVE CENTS A COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WttUt SJCKV1CB MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 1934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 14 GOPHERS LEAD IOWA 340 AT HALF FOOTBALL GAME CANT COMPETE WITH HUEY LONG Kingfish Just About Whole Show of Day at Nashville NASHVILLE Tenn Oct 27 UP This was Huey P Long day in ashville The L S U and Vanderbilt foot iall teams were here to play foot gall along with some 5000 Louis pa cadets coeds and rooters and iousands more of Tennessee fans iut Huey the kingfish was just about the whole show The kingfish said it was merely S a courtesy call in return for the visit of Andrew Jackson to New Orleans in 1812 But he was ready to show them the kingfish strut at the head of the cadet parade through the streets of Nashville with two L S U bands And at the football game he gave the Tennes seeans a demonstration of his cam paign oratory that has lifted him from a pig farm to the political dic tatorship of Louisiana His famous sound trucks were parked on the edge of the playing field so that all might hear Hardly Wink of Sleep C1 stepped from the train this mealing with hardly awink of sleep TdereHniscadeJainlihe for an mirch1 Nash f night he was plowing through raln the second section of his 14 car football special And all during the night he was forced to wave at people gathered in towns and small settlements along the railroad Hi Huey they shouted Hello Iran stopped long Kingfish When the enough he stepped down to the bot tom step and chattedwith the folks Until late in the night he gave them a bit of music from his personal orchestra consisting of eight handpicked cadets of the L S U band that he had quartered on his car at the end of the train Talks on Railroading He talked railroading with the yard men and told them what he thought of railroads Coming into Vicksburg he decided his orchestra needed a banjo He promptly tele graphed Charlie Scott in Vicksburg who was best man at his wedding to put a banjo aboard his train Then he sent out a call for a banjo player and three lads responded After a bit he dismissed his or chestra and orderedall lights out in his car and announced that every body was going to sleep including himself But after a few minutes he was up and about and started wak ing up his friends Finally State Senator Hugo Dore threw a pillow at him and he disappeared to an other section of the train During the night he discoursed on many subjects but his favorite Turn to fafe 2 Column 6 TfeWeather FORECAST IOWA Fair and heavy frost slightly colder in south central and extreme east portions Sat urday night Sunday fair with slowly rising temperatures M I M N E S O TA Fair with freezing temperatures Saturday night Sunday increasing cloud iness arid somewhat warmer IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning maximum Friday 68 Minimum in Night 32 At 8 A M 34 The mercury sank to the freezing point Friday night for the first time this month WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO Oct 27 outlook for the period Oct 29 to Nov 3 For the region of the Great Lakes Precipitation near the middle and toward the end of week rather cold at beginning of week with temper atures near normal thereafter For the upper Mississippi and lower Mississippi valleys and the northern and central great plains Generally fair except occasional light precipitation over northern sections temperatures near normal Negro Shot and Mutilated With Knives by Mob Politics Has First Place in News Now Lynching Legion and Air Race Leaders for Week BIGGEST NEWS OF WEEK JUST PAST POLITICS STIRS NATION LYNCH LAW COMMITTEE LEGION DEMANDS BONUS BRITONS WIN AIR RACE HERRIOTT AVERTS CRISIS IN FRANCE Sweeps Radical Socialists to Support of Doumergue Government NANTES France Oct 27 Former Premier Edouard Herriot swept the congress of the radical socialist party over to the support of Premier Gaston Doumergues cabinet today averting a breach which threatened another govern ment overthrow He won a definite party vote in favor of revision of tie constitu tion with the exact terms left open Herriot gave his pledge that no dic tatorship would bo established in France The party congress was convened to decide whether to withdraw its support from the Doumergue gov ernment Herriot is the head of the party U S MAY PROBE ROBBERY By TAYLOR HENRY NEW YORK Oct 27 seven state political campaigns stepped to the front of the news stage this week as the tempo quick ened for an election climax 10 days away Only Maine was missing from the campaign chorus The curtain rang down on its act and the audience gave its verdict in September California democrats pointed with pride to a letter signed with the name of James A Farley na tional chairman of their party and indorsing for governor father of the Upton Sinclair The national administration indicated the letter was Sharing Spotlight Wisconsin where the LaFollettes are flying the progressive banner and New York where Mrs Frank lin D Roosevelt is campaigning for a woman congressional candidate share the spotlight A lynch committee of six func tioned in Florida Claude Neal Ne gro was snatched by a mob from the I jail at Brewton Ala Word was passed around that he would be j taken to the home of Lola Cannidy whom he was charged with ravish ing and slaying and then put to death The crowd of thousands gathered at the home near Marianna and the committee announced it was too big that the Negro was being held in a woods The crowd dwin dled Neals mutilated body was brought into Marianna swung from a tree on the courthouse lawn Demand Cash Bonus The American Legion convention in Miami Fla demanded immedi ate payment of the bonus and the administration prepared for a fight against it The Legionnaires ignored the warning of some leaders that they would rock the boat of recov ery ignored th presidents state ment that the underprivileged must come first Washington observers forecast one of the bitterest fights of the next congress over the bonus ques tion C W A Scott and T Campbell Black Britons flew 11325 miles in 71 hours to win the London to Mel bourne air derby and In third place was the American taam of Col Roscoe Turner and Clyde Pangborn The race cost two lives Bankers Pledge Aid American bankers meeting in Washington listened to the presi dent and then pledged their aid in Turn to 2 Column 5 It was indicated by internal revenue agents government would investigate the reported robbery at the Michigan City Ind resort home of Thomas Maloy upper Chicago union head Mrs Maloy right was in the house when five men using marshal Thurman Riordan lower as a decoy staged the robbery As sociated Press Fader Held for Part in Fight at Missouri Valley Two Policemen Two Others Seriously Wounded in Gun Battle LOGAN Oct 27 C F Cross revealed this afternoon that he is holding John Fader 25 Council Bluffs under charges for taking part in the gun battle Oct 17 at Missouri Valley in which two po licemen and two pedestrians were seriously wounded Cross revealed that with state agents and Council Bluffs police he took Fader into custody last Mon day at his home and charges of as sault with intent to murder were lodged against him Thursday by Special Prosecutor W P Welch Cross said evidence has been ob tained that Fader was one of two men who opened fire on James Kir lin and William Clary policeman when they sought to question the men about a robbery attempt a few minutes earlier in the Missouri Val ley railroad yards Kirling was shot through the lung and Clary in the legs Demus Sche wartly and Mrs Roy Sherling by standers were both hit by the fugi tives bullets All four are in a Council Bluffs hospital Sheriff Cross said James Hicks railroad night watchman identified Fader as one of the gunmen Hicks was the man who was held up and ordered to move on shortly before the gunfight Cross said boxcar rob bery was the motive for the holdup men ordering Hicks aawy from his usual post of duty Hearing for Fader will be held Monday at 10 a m in Logan HEAR RUMOR OF REVOLT IN SIAM LONDON Oct 27 spread through London tonight that a revolt had occurred in Siam but these were not confirmed in advices from Bangkok which fol lowed a report from Singapore early today that King Prajadhipok now in England had abdicated Hauptmanns Life Story Told in Sketches For the first time the complete life story of Bruno Richard Hauptniann accused of the Lind bergh kidnaping is told Beginning in this issue of the GlobeGazette in a series of eight sketch strips the life story of this man is told from birth to the present It is a dramatic story told in a dramatic manner Turn today to the market page to begin this story which every one desires to know Succeeding strips will follow on succeeding days SINCLAIR HOPES GIVEN SETBACK Opposition of Administration Leads to Demo Quarrel in California WASHINGTON Oct 27 The Roosevelt administration it de veloped today has quietly turned thumbs down on Upton Sinclair whereupon a violent quarrel shook California democracy and dealt what many considered a severe blow to the former socialists bid for the governorship George Creel war time chief of publicity and Sinclair the author who captured the democratic nom ination from Creel in a sensational end poverty campaign fell to hammering away at each other their ostensible united front split wide open Creel Withdraws Support The shooting began yesterday when Creel who recently visited President Roosevelt withdrew his support from Sinclair In a letter which he said was dated Oct 18 he accused Sinclair of breaking faith with the democratic state plat form He said Sinclairs EPIC pan was unsound unworkable and un American and that his promise to end poverty in California within Turn to Ifigr 2 Column 5i BODY TAKEN TO SQUARE STRUNG FROM TREE LIMB Thousands See Death of Man Charged With Killing Girl MARIANNA Fla Oct 27 A Negro accused of killing a white met death at the hands mob during the night after a crowd of several thousand had gathered to see the lynching The body of the Negro Claude Neal shot and mutilated with knives was brought into the courthouse square here early today and strung from the limb of a tree He was slain in a woods on the banks of the Chipola river and his body dragged several miles behind an automobile to the Greenwood home of George Cannidy whose 23 year old daughter Lola was at tacked and slain last week There dozen or more shots were pumped into the body and it was further mutilated by knives Taken From Jail Neal had been taken from the jail at Brewton Ala early yester day and held captive near here while word was spread for all white tielynch ing During the early part of the night several thousand people gathered at Greenwood The crowd was so large that its leaders decided not to kill the Negro immediately The mob then began to break up While hundreds of per sons lingeredat the Cannidy home for the Negro to be brought there however others slipped him into the woods and killed him Whether the Negro was shot to death and mutilated afterward or whether he died in agony from his wounds could not be determined Hoisted in Square After the body had lain in the Cannidy yard for some time it was dragged into Marianna and hoisted in the square The sudden appearance of the Sody ended a night of suspense and excitement for this county seat of Jackson county and the little town of Greenwood where the farm girl was attacked and killed No officers were identified in the crowd Earlier J P Newell execu tive secretary to Gov Dave Sholtz had called Sheriff W F Chambliss who declared he believed he was capable of taking care of any situ ation that might arise Troops Are Authorized The governor authorized the call ing out of the national guard if of ficers thought such a move neces sary after the Florida council of the Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching and the National Association for the Ad Turn In Fase 2 Ctiliimn 4 Father Who Kidnaped Own Child Claims He Did Nothing Wrong BUFFALO N T Oct 27 Patricia Henry snatched from a Hartford Conn schoolyard in a family kidnaping was brought to Buffalo today by her father Wales Henry and the man who raised the child William Goetz The men jrove to the Goetz home where de tectives had been watching for them and were taken to police headquar ters Henry said I feel that I have every legal right and a strong moral right to get the girl I have done nothing wrong1 Gary Gambling Boss Guarded in Hospital After Shotgun Raid GARY Ind Oct 27 Cully Flannigan reputed Gary gambling boss was guarded by po licemen in a Gary hospital today against a possible attempt by as sassins to finish the job they at tempted Thursday night Flannigan wounded by 15 shot gun slugs fired at him on a down town street still lay near death Physicians said there was no irn provcment in his condition Says Calling Out Militia Futile Move Governor Informed by Sheriff He Could Handle Case BULLETIN TALLAHASSEE Fla Oct 27 Dave this afternoon ordered a roni paiy of national guardsmen to Msirliinna to prevent n niol from storming the Jackson county jail in search for an un identified prisoner A Negro was lynched near Mariunnu last night TALLAHASSEE Fla Oct 27 Dave Sholtz today said in a formal statement that under existing circumstances it would have seen futile to call out the militia to prevent the lynching of Claude Neal Negro in Jackson county He said Sheriff Flake Chambliss of that county had given assurances Lhat his force could properly pro tect the prisoner The governors statement in full follows I have stated that I would call out the militia if necessary to pre vent mob violence in this state Could Be Handled We were assured Sheriff Chambliss that hehada time lead over Iowa State of deputiesand that the situation could be handled by them without the aid of the militia At in the evening when the matter was first called to our at tention he gave every assurance that he could cope with the situa tion and did not require assistance and did not expect such outside as sistance would be necessary However there was nothing that could have been done to prevent the lynching of the Negro after the mat ter was called to my attention Held Out in Woods It was not a case of calling out the militia to protect the jail or a prisoner in the custody of an offi cer The Negro was held in the hands of a mob out in the woods where he was killed Under existing circumstances it Turn to Iuee 2 Column 8 OPPOSE FEDERAL POWER PROJECTS Coal Association Calls for Tennessee Development Abandonment WASHINGTON Oct 27 National Coal association today urged the federal government to abandon the Tennessee valley pow er development and all other hydro electric projects as wasteful and without economic or social justifi cation The associations annual meeting closed with adoption of the power project resolution and a report of its legislative committee stating that the bituminous industry wanted to keep its code for at least two years after next April 1 The federal power projects the resolution said would dislocate priv ate industry and lead to unemploy ment They will inflict great losses on coal and i elated industries and im pose new burdens on the tax pay ers it continued They will pul an end to rather than promote re covery Football Scores FINAL Virginia Tech 7 Washington and Lee 13 Princeton Freshmen 12 Columbia freshmen 0 SECOND PERIOD Army Yale 6 Cornell 0 Princeton SO Navy 10 Penn 0 Dartmouth 10 Harvard 0 Colgate 14 Holy Cross 0 Purdue 0 Carnegie Tech 0 DePaul 0 Western Mich State Teachers 33 FIKST PERIOD Oklahoma 0 Kansas 0 N C State 0 North Carolina 7 Army 7 Yule 0 Penn State 7 Columbia fl Southern Methodist fi Fordlmm 7 Albright 0 Lafayette 6 Rutgers 7 Lehlgh Temple 7 Marquette 0 aMissouri 0 Chicago 0 NEBRASKA LEADS IOWA STATE 70 Cardwell Sophomore Back Leads Way in Attack of Huskers MEMORIAL STADIUM LIN COLN Nebr Oct 27 Lloyd Cardwell sophomore halfback leading the way Nebraska held a 7 in a vital Big Six conference foot ball game here today FIKST PERIOD Nebraska won the toss and chose to receive and get the wind advan tage Cardwell caught Pooles kick but tossed the ball backward to Johnny Williams who returned to the Nebraska 33 yard line In the first 8 minutes of the game the Iowa Staters piled up five consecutive first downs to bring the ball from their own 20 yard line to the Nebraska 17 yard stripe where the Cornhuskers took possession on downs Miller and Allender ran both ends and cracked the Nebraska line at will in the initial assault The Cornhuskers suddenly re membered they were playing foot ball and after two exchanges of punts passed to the first touch down from the Cyclone 46 yard line Francis tossed a backward to Bauer who dispatched it to Card well Cardwell took it on the 20 yard stripe and raced over the goal line Francis booted the extra point Cardwell again brought the stands to their feet with a 63 yard return of Pooles kickoff to the Iowa State 27 yard line The Huskers advanced to the 10 yard spot but tossed an incomplete fourth down pass into the end zone The quarter ended with Iowa State holding the ball on its 36 yard line Score Iowa State 0 Nebraska 7 LUND ALPHONSE MAKEBRILLIANT LENGTHYDASHES 52000 at Homecoming to See Minnesota Powerhouse IOWA CITY Oct 27 nesotas football powerhouse with Lund Hncl Alplionse making bril iant long runs took an over whelming 34 to 0 lead over Iowa iere today in Lhcir western con ference clash before 52000 home comnig spectators FIKST PElilOD Captain Lund ot Minnesota won the toss and he elected to defend the north goal as a stiff northwest breeze swept the field Crayne kicked off to Lund who returned from his five yard line to the 15 yard mark The Iowa line man stopped Lund on the next play for a two yard loss but Iowa was offside and was penalized five yards Lund on a wide end sweep swept to the 35 yard line but the play was again called back and Iowa was again assessed another five yard penalty for offside Lund hit the center of the Iowa line for three yards before he was tackled Lund again took the ball and dodged his way to the Minnesota 44 yard line before he was tackled by Ossie Simmons On the next play Lundagain raced Intoopen terri tory iifi Iowa34 yard line where he was tackled oy Simmons Beise made five yards on the next play On a wide sweep around the Iowa right end Alphonse was chased out of bounds on the Iowa seven yard line smashed his way for two yards on the next play On a smash through the center Lund was only able to get a yard as the fighting Hawkeye line outcharged the Go phers Beise Loses Yard Beise lost a yard when he was tackled by Osmaloski Lund on a lateral pass scored a touchdown from the 11 yard line It was a per fect play with the Iowa secondary completely blocked out Lunds kick for the extra point was blocked The play was called back because Iowa was offside Lund then had another chance for the extra point Lunds second attempt was good the ball going squarely between the uprights Score Minnesota 7 Iowa 0 Crayne kicked off to Lund on the Minnesota five yard line the Minne sota thunderbolt came back to his own 18 yard line Beise smacked his way through a pile of Iowa tacklers for five yards He was smashing the Iowa line with terrific power On Lost Nation Husker Clinton County Best CLINTON Oct 27 Grover 26 of Lost Nation today wore the crown as champion corn husker of Clinton county In 80 minutes yesterday Grover picked 1540 pounds of corn Grover tossed ears at the rate of 38 a minute while defeating a field of four in the first official Clinton county bangboard classic Wounded bv Unloaded Gun COUNCIL BLUFFS Oct 27 R Scherer 27 a barkeeper was wounded when his friend Nick Ferine was showing him an un loaded shotgun which accidentally discharged Distillers Promise Better Liquor at Smaller Cost WASHINGTON Oct 27 Cheaper prices for better liquor were promised today by the nations distillers Dr James M Doran supervisor of the distillers code authority pre dicted that by the years end liquor mellowed in the keg for a twelve month would be available at about the same prices charged for month old stuff last January His forecast was based on the fact that considerable new whisky flowed into warehouses last Janu ary and some of it is still there Since repeal the distillers have been trying to build up depleted stocks of aged whisky in addition to meeting current demands Informa tion gathered by the alcohol control administration indicates they have increased the amount of spirits in warehouses to about 80000000 gal lons compared to 15000000 or IS 000000 at the time of repeal Officials estimated that with drawals from warehouses to meet consumption will amount to 35000 000 gallons during the year ending this November A New Cook Book Many readers have asked for a practical usable cook book Here is Cook with not a recipe that has not been tested This makes it one of the most valuable books on cookery that has been published There is a wide variety of almost everything that goes from the kitchen to the table and complete menus modest or the more elaborate can be worked out quickly and readily There is also a short chapter on laying the table and the general rules for service This new 64 page book with near ly 300 tested recipes also contains marketing advice time tables for cooking and other valuable infor mation It has a heavy durable cover is compact in form and is indexed for reference It is available only through our Washington Informa tion bureau at 15 cents a copy mere cost 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