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Billings Gazette (Newspaper) - October 7, 1934, Billings, Montana WEATHER fair cast unsettled west portion Sunday Monday little change In temperature fair cast unsettled west portion Sunday and Monday little change In temperature VOL 337 FINAL MORNING EDITION UNITED PRESS BILLINGS MONTANA SUNDAY OCTOBER 7 1934 ASSOCIATED PRESS PRICE FIVE CENTS ZORN MUST HANG FOR MILES CITY SLAYING TIGERS EVEN DEI B 1 I EA 0 HIS LI I Auker Allows 10 Hits but Pitches Well in Pinches Losers Use Five DIZZY DEAN IS HURT IN PLAY Ace ing Staff Is Hit in Head but Says He Can Play Today By United Press Staff Correspondent ST LOUIS Mo Oct Out of the contusion of one of the wildest world series games ever played the Detroit Tigers emerged victorious over the St Louis Cardinals in the fourth game Saturday 10 to 4 The spectators dered at times whether they were watching pennant winners or It vras terrible baseball but a lot of fun The Tigers victory was scored dint of their bats which finally be- gan to beat a deadly tattoo on the Cardinals pitching staff and St Louis The victors evenec the at two games The fifth game will be played here Sunday then the two clubs will shift back to Detroit to complete the series It was a tragic day for the Cardinals who not only had their lead wiped out but came danger near losing tho services of Dizzy Dean their heroic hurler who went into tho game as a Dean running for Virgil Davis In the fourth In hit In the temple by throws ball In attempting to break up a double play He fell to the ground writhing and kicking WB feet In the nir He was carried off the field and after an examination It was an- he had a slight concussion and a lacerated scalp Manager ulans to start Dean in the crucial fifth game Sunday if he Is physically to pitch Dizzy with characteristic courage told Prison that he would be ready to start Sunday and added also Jn typical Dean fashion to win The Cardinals defense cracked wide open Saturday in much the same fashion as the Tigers Infield SPAIN IS THREATENED BY OPEN CIVIL WAR BOX SCORE Detroit AB White cf 1 Cochraue r ii 2b -1 If f Resell ss One Fox rf Auker p Ill 3b ii i i o 4 I 0 St Louis 31 rf Mecltrlck If Hi 39 10 13 27 AH 4 p Continued on Pago Column 2 I Notice in The Gazette THE WEATHER For yesterday Furnished nt 6 p tn by United States weather station at municipal Temperature nt G n nt e p in 72 Maximum Minimum Mean temperature 62 Relative humidity at G a 53 per cent humidify nt 6 p m 22 ner cent Precipitation during 24 hours ending tit 6 p or day Sunrise nt Rims el at today nt Moonset nt None Clear a m ni n m p m Helena Oct API Maximum nml minimum temperatures precipitation In following cities during hoim C I hero Havre Helena Miles City noise Los Angeles St City San Seattle o'clock Saturday re- Max Mln Free 33 SO 38 66 SO 48 A3 Unsettled conditions are Indicated day nnd Monday in western Montana and western Wyoming hut continued fair weather Is indicated on he eastern mountain slope Temperature will be slight -I 4 1 0 I 0 I Vance p Brians Dean p p p ro t Totals 33 -I JO 27 12 5 for Vance in fourth for In eighth Davis In fourth Score by Innings It If K Detroit 003 1 St Oil 400 -1 10 5 The Kims hn I ted -I -1 Owen Martin Collins Two-base hits Fov Grennlm-g Sacrifice lilts Auker Stolen White Owen Left on St Louis 8 Struck Auker l 2 Vance 3 Hal lies 2 ou nff Auker -1 2 Vance 1 Walker 3 Pitching ton three runs four lills in In- off Vance one run two lilts In Innings olf six ru five lilts Jn Innings off no run s one hit In inning off Mooney no runs one hit In one in- ning off Anker four runs lo lills in nine Innings Wild Losing pitcher in to to to National league Owens American league at first Klein National league nt onil American league at third F Court Enjoins From ing Lumber Concerns Under Code Memphis Oct eral Judge Harry B Anderson late Saturday ruled that price-fixing is unauthorized by the national trial recovery net Thp Judge enjoined federal officials from prosecuting lumber operators from selling nt prices those specified by the national lumber code The decision handed down after a dny In which ing was nnd del ended in federal here A group of southern had applied for the in- junction to enjoin enforcement of the price provisions of the lumber code They bad charged that price regulation illegal Lowell W Taylor or counsel for he petitioning lumbermen that it means that cnu sell nt any price they to out of The federal district attorney nnd Jie Hardwood Manufacturers aite code administrative for the southern nnd Appalachian regions were named defendants in the tion petition s Council of Industry Labor Consumer Is More Important in Policies ALSO BE HEARD Also Cuts to Two Each Con- ference Set Monday President Roosevelt's new recovery board Saturday raised the NRA code dustry labor ami the consumer a position of new tance in directing future blue eagle policies It reorganised advisory cil on which each rank of the tri- ple partnership is represented and gave It a fuller review of policy lems than ever held before in some cases allowing the council to pass its decisions directly to executive of- without reference to the boards themselves lu all major matters ot policy and controversy the council will make recommendations lo the governing board In an advisory capacity Where divided the minority also will present Its views The action was announced as it began a week-end recess prior to folding It- first conference President Roosevelt on Monday In reorganizing the advisory coim cil the board provided that In th future It shall have two instead o three members each from the Indus trial labor nnd consumers advisor boards It added to the council Black well Smith acting general counsel and Leon Henderson head of the re search and planning division both o whom are ex members of th board Witness Claims Hauptmann Seen Near Hopewell Former Neighbor of Picks Out of Line-up of 10 Men as Person He Saw Near Scene of Kidnaping By A staff NEW YORK Oct Richard was identified Saturday by a fanner neighbor of Col Charles A Lindbergh ES a man he had seen emerging from underbrush on the Lindbergh estate near Hopewell N J a few weeks before the aviator's infant son was kidnaped Tho testimony given by of N J was Hie first winch lias been disclosed Unking to the scene ot the abduction picked the German held on a of extorting the Lindbergh ransom from line-up or 10 men nt the Bronx county courthouse Then lie told J J Lamb of the New Jersey state police lie was Hauptmann was the man he observed lurking 111 tho bushes on two occasions was permitted to return home after Captain Lamb said it would be unnecessary to hold him ns a material witness also went back to Jersey taking with n panel from Hauptmann's homo on which telephone numbers pertaining to the case had been written who formerly lived on a small farm near the Lindbergh first told his story of a mysterious to stats on tho night of the kidnaping March 1 1932 When the farmer was sought immediately He was visiting In Pennsylvania anil wn located only two days ago Simultaneously It was announced that Colonel Lindbergh will be on TRIUMPHS Regular Troops round Leaders of Revolting State in Government Palace REBELS SEIZE RAILROAD LINE Fierce Battle Out in Madrid at Nightfall lances Kept Busy Copyright Associated Press Oct in a severe Luis Ihc region ID an tu surrender lo Spanish Continued on Page 2 Column 3 Former Local Man Dies at Livingston Livingston Oct 70 chief of the flro department for 22 years until his retirement IS months ago died nt His ionic here Saturday following an ex- tended Illness come to Montana from consin in 1907 and was Pacific in Billings and until lie became head he fire department Dizzy Dean Will Oppose Bridges On Mound Today Sf Oct The rert of flared like a in the fighting hearts of the St Louis as accepted graciously nml tile escape if filar of stars Dizzy knocked unconscious when shortstop Jilt him In the head with a vicious charging Into second base will pitch for the Sunday according to slart Tommy Ire pitching ace Cardinals in the game of series VITAL STATISTICS LICENSES J 26 Gardiner nnd dred A 32 lown John 23 Wyo annul 17 hull Wyo Ernest Pitt 23 Lander nnd Vido 19 BIK Mrs Waller Minn 333 street E lo Cinderella IV 23 and 21 37 Foster's tlon nnd v ml w ami tl addition Clirlslinn lo n ADMINISTRATION TO OFFER AID TO MERCHANT MARINE Ily Associated Tress Staff Writer WASHINGTON Oct administration is wiling an entirely new policy for extending financial assistance to de- and maintain the American merchant marine This became Saturday post office department nnd figures to present nt ings nexi week in an effort to show that great could be mode by scrapping the present system The now policy which Is drafted by post office and commerce for the of President in lo congress probably will provisions for tion nnd operation differential sub- Such adjustment of differences in coats of tion of new vessels nnd maintenance of new and old ships IncllullnB wages ol ns between the ed Stales foreign on rage 3 Column 5 University Women to Discuss Education System of Montana Expect 100 at Meet Important phases of the state's system will ue discussed nt length here next Thursday Friday and Saturday when more 100 delegates convene for the fourth bi- conference of the Montana di- vision American Association of Uni- versity Women Between 50 nnd GO representatives from the various state branches arc expected to Join the local unit for the event The Montana branches of the association arc located at lings Anaconda Bozeman Butte Dillon Great Palls Hamilton Havre and Helena's unit Is Inactive this year Among the which will cupy the conference nt Its session hero will bo the A A U W program for the mining year kindergartens new fields to women In the business world the rural child activities of the association financing the schools in Montana and the FERA education gram Chief among the speakers lo ad- on Page 2 Column 2 Counsel Will Request Trial Sessions Be Again Made Public New York Oct demand that Mrs Gloria Morgan reputation be defended in public it publicly will he undo Monday when the court over the custody of her child is re- it was announced Saturday Nathan lawyer for Mrs said he would protest to Court Justice John Us decision to bar the public and from further hearings In the ase will he said that It s unfair to his client to hold future behind closed doors when the that she Is unfit to raise child has received wide The charge was made by trs Harry Payne Whitney tlie child's unt who now has her in charge and vns supported by former of Irs Justice Carew cleared the court oom last Tuesday niter a had testified to an Incident waiving the of whoso Is n cousin of George since then the trial as been postponed many lors that attempts worn being made o reach n settlement out of court At Southampton England the for- cr Lady twin of Mrs sailed for New York on Continued on Pago 2 Column 0 Statistician Report Consistent Advance From Mid-August to Mid-September Helena Oct nre enjoying tlie almost novel experience of Increased prices far their products Prom mid-August to ber Jay G Diamond state nnd eral crop nnd livestock statistician noted Saturday there n ent advance for all produce with the exception of potatoes apples lambs milk cows flaxseed and wool For all other items a substantial boost was recorded While the price of all wheat Is but 2 cents higher than last month nnd 3.1 cents higher than a year ago the price of durum advanced from 88 cents to 90 cents per bushel Other wheats also were up slightly corn producers enjoyed n gain from 71 to 80 cents while oats went up from 41 to 43 cents barley from 52 to 50 cents and rye from 55 cents to 64 cents Hay prices also up but were retarded what by government of sheep and cattle Alfalfa seed climbed from per bushel to 412 In mid-September and this gain re- from a short drop due to Sweet clover jumped from 53.50 to during the same period Reacting to the program Montana pork producers saw their values Increase over last month's high and over the peak of last year The quotations of cattle Continued on Page 2 Column 5 A P L Delegates Go Sightseeing Will Re- assemble on Monday San Francisco Oct ant issues confronting the American federation of Labor were submitted o critical discussion of committees Saturday while the delegates to the on n week sightseeing Sunday 30 churches will be ad- dressed by delegates of the A F of j William Green president of he federation speaking before three congregations Reassembling Monday the delegates vlll hear n speech by Francis J man first vice president of the El Textile Workers who Is scheduled o make an address Gorman was a cader In tho recent textile strike long the Atlantic coast Tho two Important committees meeting were resolutions ml adjustment committees A resolution condemning s Clay NRA director nml of n Copyright 1034 by Associated Press MADRID Oct c c c s s i o n in the northeast bloody revolt in the far and utter confusion in this of government faced the Spanish republic day Blood flowed In dozens of towns the total of the dead being between 200 and 300 The most menacing development of a riotous 24 hours was Catalonia's formal declaration of independence and the sharp fighting which lowed In the streets of Barcelona Luis president of that state appeared on a balcony of the Barcelona hall nnd solemnly Catalonia Is breaking oft relations with the rest of Spain J de- mand complete discipline from one Long live liberty demanded of Gen mingo Batet commander of the Spanish garrison at Barcelona that he swear to the new re- gime for an hour to think over the mailer But in less than an hour the at Madrid struck From Madrid General re- orders to declare a state oC siege As his soldiers started posting placards announcing the nt Madrid they were fired on by armed civilians A hot fight in the government troops swept aside the unorganized opposition up to the government ing tlie troops of General pressed nnd for a time they rounded the Imposing structures From the palace Com- and Minister of Interior Dencas made radio for nJd Then from nn an- that ing the government palace had re- pulsed the troops But the of the besieged ELDEN AUKER allowed the dinals 10 hlls Saturday but MB mates went on n biting spree to give him a victory Continued on Page 2 column 4 Continued on 2 Column I Wil Prop Philippine Market Agreement in Manila Washington Oct Farm ad- ministration officials announced a public hearing on a proposed ugar marketing agreement for the islands pursuant to of the act bo held October 12 at The proposed agreement and cnse would cover conditions In the refining and handling of ugar In the Islands dealing almost with the orderly marketing f sugar produced there and lents under the Jones net t the several producers It is provided the announcement said that no crop Is to be shipped from the Islands to tlie ed Suites from Oct 15 1034 to Dec 31 1034 Under the proposed agreement ers refiners nnd handlers would agree to adhere to the respective allotments and operate In harmony with the pending production adjustment gram under which planters would benefit payment contracts con- specified quotas for delivery of cane to the mills Provision for a control committee composed of the president or the Philippine sugar association n or the secretary of ture nnd an agent of the sugar to dispose of nil and complaints growing out or its Is inducted in Uio agreement Recommends tion in Electric Chair in American Slaying Trial Oct 6 Robert Allen the youthful lima caul surveyor who self a was convicted Saturday of the American tragedy of telephone operator Tlie Jury recommended death in electric The charged that Edwards beat Miss who was 27 and an expectant mother and left her to drown so that he would ue free to marry Margaret music teacher In East Aurora N Y Edwards told the Jury he struck Freda while stricken after her death Against this the prosecution his statement he at- tacked her while she lind her hack turned and the defense said the was forced from a frightened Send him to eternity send him hack to Freda send him to meet the mother of his unwelcome the prosecutor had thundered But countered the defense Freda fore she was blackjacked conviction would be a gross miscarriage of tice Edwards sat almost alone ns he the verdict Only Frank Jr of his counsel sat him Edwards listened to the verdict with bowed heart He slumped for- ward In his ns the poll of the Jury was made There were only a few persons In tlie court room when the Jury filed in news writers less than a dozen spectators and state police Neither Frank Sr chief oC Edwards counsel nor his assistant John were with the ful mine surveyor nt any time during tlie morning District Attorney Thomas M Lewis It was a very verdict It has been my hardest task but tice muss prevail as it has in this case Ills assistant J Harold Flannery agreed it was a proper verdict Edwards trembled as he was led handcuffed bock to his cell In the county Jail John of defense counsel announced before the case went to the Jury nt night that tlie case will be appealed The jury retired for three hours sleep at o'clock Saturday ing but came back to its tions at 6 o'clock Condemned Killer of Industrial School Man Listens to His Fate Without Tremor MOTHER WEEPS OVER VERDICT Judge Points to Con- Man's Past Criminal Record as He Passes Sentence MILES Convicted of the Slaying here August 12 of Lester C Jones Henry John Zorn 26 alias Henry J Miller Saturday was sentenced to hang ber H In pronouncing sentence Judge S D McKinnon re- ferred to Zorn's criminal record in Montana and Minnesota and pointed to the stand ot the jury for the death penalty Jones was shot and killed when hi discovered a burglar looting the of- flee of the State Industrial here where Jones was employed Zorn Inter was captured in oils The condemned man took the tence of the court without any visible display of emotion while Mrs Josephine o sobbed hysterically MILLER IS RESIGNED The boy never had a chance John Henry Zorn Saturday night was brought from Miles City to the county Jail to await his with death on the morning of November He does not Intend to appeal the verdict which found him guilty of shooting to death Lester c Jones during a burglary of the state trial school at Miles City in August Thirteen of Zorn's 25 years have been spent behind walls and he faces death with resignation bred of cell liouse and convict lines Wearing the shackles which bound him during his trial the small eyed killer was brought to the county Saturday afternoon by Sheriff Taylor of Miles City Zorn was locked in a cell near the entrance of the lower bull ring He hnd little to say ot first though he was no longer the surly defiant little man who on August 23 con- fessed to the killing during an earlier stay In the Jail which now holds him Then he met questions with scowls confines of his cell lie talked freely to a reporter Zorn wore the trousers and shirt he had on when arrested 111 Minneapolis a few days after the murder As he talked lie fumbled with a small object that might have been a brown button he smiled and shrugged With I haven't any money The state gave me o lawyer You know what kind of a trial I got His tone wasn't bitter It voiced his acceptance of fate I've never had things turn out he said He spoke more to himself than his visitor It's one thing another since I was a kid I never was able to get a hold Zorn's contact with Jails began early At 11 he was sent to the Miles City industrial school He remained there six years Then came n year Jolt in the Minnesota tory From there he went to the Montana state penitentiary for an- other three-year stretch on his re- lease he was deported to Canada He remained six days and come back to the united States Immigration cers arrested him and he went to Neil's Island lor Ie months as alien That was a laugh he again n boyish smile I born Continued on Pago 2 Column FERA LABOR TO REVAMP and seeding with grass the area enclosed by the race track placing a concrete flooring under the nnd n general revamping of thai part of tho Midland Empire grounds will be undertaken in an FERA project starling Monday This was announced Saturday Art Lever supervisor of the project which received the approval of he fair board when submitted by Harry L manager who assumed his duties October 1 Forty will Ing under the The improvements also v HI Include Mid oiling be i tuern the arid race neu arc to 0 iie newly constructed days Eighteen skilled and 23 common laborers arc to be placed on view of the track at the fair tho job he supervisor that elect ntui drivers will be needed for tho concrete f of Che Mr side next all the band nml will moved from the central Continued OH 3 Column 6 I
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