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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 1, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                r T North Iowas Lt PA Edited for the Home AfUON E I S MEM ART THE NBWSPAFKK THAI MAKES ALL NOKTHtaWANS NEIGHBORS EDITION VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO ff06 AS BEAT STLOUIS IN OPENER 52 HRFE CHILDREN INJURED IN OIL CAN EXPLOSION i Mead 12V and Two Smaller Friends Are Burned I VTASHTJA Oct Mead IN 12 eighth grade student here idled in the local hospital early this 1 morning from burns received when Wu oil can exploded as she was at tempting to light a fire in the kit I chen stove yesterday afternoon af ter returning from school Catherine Wampner 8 was se burned on her face and arms Ibut is expected to recover and her itwin sister Pern Wampner 8 re ceivedburns ori her body when her caught fire Parents in AcCiden V The three girls were alone ia the mouse and ran into the yard when Stheir clothing caught on fire A peigKbor hearing their screams trolled themonthe ground but the ifatead child had been severely Mnirned and died a few iwurs later i She iwas the daughter of Mr and Clifford Mead Her parents md gone to Charles City and when bformed of the accident started for at ton speed A wheel broke carand they landed inithe tly after getting timer B brot Experien Eunernl to Be Friday fAlberta was born in North Dako and came toNashua with heft parents when she was three years Jirtd She had made excellent pro fcress in her school work iBummerhad become a member of ifche Congregational church She was ifraptized in the Little Brown church ia Funeral services will Be held at Nashua Congregational church fjriday afternoon at 2 oclock with Rev William Kent officiating I Burial will be in the Nashua cemc tery ROMANCE RUMORED Radio Board Will War on Air Pirates Makes Plans to Shut Down Nearly 60 Stations WASHINGTONOct I Federal Radio commission has leclared war on piratesof theair and with the cooperation of the jus ice department expects to silence 1 has linked the names of the Prince of Asturuxsf heir tottie Spanish throne and 16 yearold Maria do Bourbon daughter of Infante Carlos de BtAirhgn The prince called on the father of the princess Tues day nearly 60 egally operating II MDONALD GIVES OPENING SPEECH AT CONFERENCE Heads of Dominions to Decide Policy of Empire LONDON Qct 1 great fires blazing at either end of tie Locarno room of the foreign of fice to ward off the penetrating au tumn chill heads of his majestys dominions met this morning with Great Britains premier and his col leagues to inaugurate the quadren nial imperial conference The delegatessat about a great Dv shaped table with Prime Minr ister Ramsay MacDonald in the central seat arose as the ses sions opened and shortly after Big Ben the clock in the tower nearby I JACK ACTOR IS DEAD Musical Comedy Star of 38 i Called Last of Old Hoofers 1 NEWYORK Oct 1 i Donahue 38 musical comedy star died at his home in Central Park west this morning Death was ascribed to compllca itiona Hearrived in New York last Thursday from Cincinnati where he was forced to quit his show Sons O Guns because of illness Earlier Mt was said he was suffering from high blood pressure Donahue had been called with M Cohan the last of the oldtime hoofers of the stage for nltho hi was still on theagile side of 40 he a generation of dancers only a few of whom have retained their popularity in this tap Dancing day After months of intercepting code messages the commission has lurned pver to the justice depart ment data on three score stations most of which are suspected of being used by international smugglers and other lawless organizations To Watch Entire World Most of the illegal radio stations radio supervisors have found op err ate on shortwave lengths with re ceivers fixed to receive messages only on a specific channel The out law stations were found ttirutheuse of automobiles equipped for testing frequencies and power used Commissioner Harold A Lefount believes when the MonitoringRadio station being erected at Grand Island Nebr by the commerce de partment is placed in full operation the detecting the renegade sta tions will be expedited At presentit requires about six at his left The heads Of thi months ttf trace an unlicensed sta minions were ranged around tion When the radio policeman is side and in succession completed at Grand Island not only the various delegations will the high andjtow frequencies of the assemblage this country be it fcf t vof the world will orded Reports Violators had struck 10 oclock he dellverec the hiaugural address outlining aims and purposes of the meeting and mentioning the difficulties it must surmount Conference Private J H Thomas lord privy seal at the prime right Arthur Henderson foreign SCORE BY INNINGS Nashua Schoolgirl 12 Dies From Severe Burns CARDS GET 9 HITS BUT ATHLETICSS HEAVY ONES ardinals Athletics HITS FIRST HOMER Al Simmons the Athletics slugger hit the first homerun of the World Series in the fourth Inning of the game with St Louis Wednesday Cochrane Philadelphia catcher followed suit in the eighth Convention Has Hopes of Lower Customs i V Barriers Play by Play COLD WEATHER GREETS AS AND CARDS 1ST DAY lonnie Mack Picks Out Grove to Oppose Grimes By ALAN GOULD Associated Press Snorts Editor QHIBE PARK PHILADELPHIA i Oct 21 a chill In the air more appropriate for football iie clans gathered from far and wide today to watch the Athletics jegin the defense of the L worlds aaseball championship against the St Louis Cardinals rampant pen nant winners of the National league Robert Moses Grove southpaw ace of the Philadelphia Athletics was selected Connie Mackto pitch for the Athletics today against the St Louis Cardinals in the opening game of the worlds ser ies His opponent wjia Burleigh Simmons and Cochrane Knock Homers Haas and Foxx Triples and Dykes TwoBagger Cardi nals Score in Only One Inning By ALAN GOULD SHIBE PARK PHILADELPHIA Oct 1 as worlds series record the worlds championship Athleticfft combed Burleigh Grimes for five hits all for extra basepm and converted them all into runs to beat the St Louis Cardmalsri to 2 in the opening game of the championship battle today Before a crowd of 32295 fans including President Hoover Altho the National leaguers slammed Robert Moses Grove southpaw ace of the As for a total of nine safe hits they able to score in only one inning while the worlds made every hit off Grimes count Homeruns by Al Simmons and Mickey Cochrane triples George Haas and Jimmy Foxx plus a rousing double by Jimim Dykes combined tostart the Athletics off triumphantly in ther fight to retain the worlds baseball championship for ctin HEAVY HITS COUNT THP OFllCIAt BOX SCORE ST IOUIS ABHPOA Dnnthtt ef 4 0 0 0 Adami 3b 3 1 1 2 Friach Zb 4 S I Z sion detectsviolators them to the justice AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I reckon 1 would o been kissed before I was mar ried but the only times I was tempted an felt in the notion Id been eatin Oct assem LJfbly of the league of nations to day called attention to the gravity of the economic depression at pres ent prevailing thruout the world and approved several tmeasures de signed to encourage concerted ac tion of governments for relieving the depression the most part these relief measures were declared to be with in the scope of the commercialcon vention and protocol for subsequent negotiations agreed upon by most of the European countries at the tariff trufeeconference last February and March Continubs Study Thisconvention and protocol to development of freer trade gradually by agreements to eliminate obstacles to trade es pecially in lowering customs duties In adopting its economic commit ees report the assembly consigned 6 these subsequent negotiations the ontroversial question of whether referential tariff rates should be jranted to European agricultural roducts by European countries the eagues economic organization was asked to continue the study on in terpretation of the most favored natioii clause Russia Not Mentioned Without mentioning Russia altho hab country was referred to most requently during committee ses assembly passed a resolu tionion Humping which urged that this situation be studied with a view o concerted action Theantiopium report adopted by the r assembly contained invitations to the United States to participate in two international conferences the first to be held Oct 2T as a pre liminary meeting of narcotic drug manufacturing countries arid a general conference at Geneva on limitation of the manufacture of opiumproducts riekt May 27 Urituru May Allow to Resign Live in Europe BUENOS AIRES Oct 1 The jJtrdvisional government of Pres ident1General Jose Francisco Uri burbihas under advisement a reso lutioiijto permit the deposed presi clentjiBlpolito Irigoyen to reside in Eurdipev Ijeanwhile the cruiser Buenos Alresvis sailing for the roads today to take him aboard from off the General Belgrano on board which he has been held almost from the beginning of thi revolution Inbringng about enforcement of the Federal radio laws the commis and reports department whose agents undertake the gath eringof evidence on whidh toseek conviction Only one violator has beenpros W Fellows of St Louis ah Englishman who was de tre commission expects the filing of charges against others within the next few months JAP AN COUNCIL UPPROVES PACT Emperor Advised to Affix Signature to London Treaty TOKYO Oct 1 last faint doubts about Japans adher ence tothe London naval treaty were removed today by the unani mous vote of the privy counci ad vising Emperor Hirohito to ratify it Wielding n writing brush the em peror will attackhis signature to the compact probably tomorrow He will trace Hirohito in Japanese ideographs on a copy of the treaty and Count ITaUimo lorder keeper of the privy seai will affix the gold symbol of the emperor completing the ratification it was learned that one of the main problems before the conference was to consider relations with foreign powers and in particular to deter mine how by their combined influ ence withBritish representatives they could forward work toward dis armament and establishment of machinery for peaceful settlement of disputes between nations Successor of 1887 The imperial conference agenda fell under three heads First inter imperial relations second foreign policy and defense third economic questions These three headings ob viously were very comprehensive and covered many potential sub jects The conference beginning today is the lineal successor of the meet ing of colonial premiers held in London in 1887 the jubilee year of Queen Victorias reign and succeed ing conferences In 1907 St was agreed that such meetings would be held quadrennially with the title of imperial conference The world war interrupted their regularity but three have been held since In 1921 1923 and 1926 Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Oct Heywood Broun an old tried and trusted friend of mine is running for congress in New York Ill admit he is an ex dramatic critic but that should not entirely bar him For even the horse thief profession is recognized in there already But In all justice and all seriousness Heywo5d would make mighty useful member Hf haa plenty of plain sense a t onscious justice of his fellow man He Is smart and he is fair He is E socialist but not enough of one to demand that we divide anything more with our comrades than our advice And darn it Hejrwpod looks like a congressman You always want to bathe him Yours WILL Contest for Beryl Mines Thot Likely Valuable Deposit Is Discovered Near Winnipeg TORONTO Oct 1 in ternational battle of financial in terests loomed today for control of what is believed to be a large and valuable deposit of beryl a valu able mineral from which is derived the metal beryllium about 100 miles north of Winnipeg Man Dr T L Walker professor of mineralogy at the University of To ronto who has just completed an inspection of the property with W P Jacob field scientist of the Beryl lium Development Corporation of America said the showing of beryl on the Huron river claim is the most promising he has seen any where in the world Beryllium is about half the weight of aluminum and three times as strong Its cost of a pound due sports SHIBE PARK PHILADELPHIA Oct 1 FIRST INNING CardInals7Douthit up Ball1 one called outside Strike one called Douthit grounded to Bishop and was out to Foxx Adams up Ball one low Strike one called Strike two called Strike three swung It was a fast ball Frisch up Bali one out side Strike one called Frisch hit to Bishop and was out to Foxx No runs no hits no errors up Strike one called Ball one outside Strike two called Foul into the stands Ball two high Strike three called It was a spitter Dykes up Strike one called Dykes rolled to Bottomley and was out Cochrane up Ball one outside Strike one called Strike two called It was a curve ball Ball two inside Cochrane had to duck Ball three high Cochrane walked Simmons up Strike one called Ball one Mancuso almost caught Coch rane napping at first Grimes tried to catch Cochrane but failed Strike two He swung hard Grimes drove Cochrane back to first Simmons went out by a foul tip Cochrane went out trying to steal second llancuso to Frisch No runs no hits no errors none left SECOND INNING up Strike one called Ball one inside Foul strike two Ball two low Foul against stands Bottomley struck out swinging Hafey up Foul strike one Ball struck umpires protector Ball one low Hafey lifted a foul fly to Dykes Blades up Strike one le swung Foul Grove was feeding ast balls to the Red Birds Ball one in the dirt Ball two high in side Blades struck out swinging viciously at the pitch a fast ball No runs no hits no errors none eft up Ball one ow Strike one called It was a curve Simmons bounded the ball back at Grimes but Burleigh knocked it down with his bare hand and threw him out Foxx up Ball one outside Foul strike one Foul strike two into the stands Ball two high Foxx hit to right field for three bases The play was scored as a two base hit for Foxx and an error for Blades when he fumbled Miller up Foul strike one Ball one low Bail two low Foxx scored on Millers sacrifice fly to Blades the scorers deciding that Foxx was en titled to a three base hit and no error charged Haas up Ball one flying black clouds by noon time but the advisee guard of the ex pected jam of 33000 fans including the president of the United States was bundled in overcoats and furs Chilliest Since 1025 President Hoover accompanied by a large party including cabinet officers reached the ball park at p m and was escorted to his box just off the third base line while the crowd stood and cheered It looked like the chilliest world series battle since Washington beat the Pittburgh Pirates in near freez ing weather at the national capital in Any doubt concerning a capacity attendance appeared dissipated bv the early morning rush for the dol lar seats in the left field bleachers Three thousand of them were put on sale shortly after 8 a m and in little more than an hour the entire section was sold out p 3 2 J 1000 Totals 34 D 24 12 PHILADELPHIA 0 ABU PDA lilshop 2b 3 0 2 3 3b 1 1 1 1 Cochriuifl e 3 1 7 0 If 3 1 9 0 Fdixlb 3 j As Start Scoring The As started the scoring m tli second when with one out Vo hit for three bases the first the game for either team ajid in on Millers sacrificefiyThf was retired when Hafey c Haas fly The Red Birds went iutb tn sec Orov p Totnln S 30 20 S 27 7 xllatted for Grimes tn ninth St Txinlj OOZ 000 rhlladelplila A 010 101 none runs batted In Miller DoulhJl Ailnmn SJmmnns Pyltei ISolcy Ioehrane two bnsc hits Frlach Ilykej three blue hlti Foxx Unas hnmcruiA Slmmong CoehnmeE ancriflces Miller Douthit Bolcy leffc on tit 2 buses on balls off Grove 1 Grimes 3 Cochranc iUshop Btnick out by Grave 5 Adams llDttomlcy niadeff Grimes Gcl by irlnlw 0 Bishop Orovo 2 Foxi 2 Umpires ftforlarty A plate Wilier N first Celscl A second Bcnr don N ewnl Time to the limited supply made it pro hibitive for commerbial purposes Should the Manitoba find justify ex pectations the metal could be pro duced at a pound Scientists pointed out it would he of great Im portance in the construction of air plane and automobile bodies and as an alloy to iron nickel and coppe Efforts to obtain control of th deposits are being waged by Brit ish American Gorman inter low Ball two low Haas lifted a fly to Hafey in short left One run one hit no errors none left THIRD INNING Cardinals Mancuso up Strike one Mancuso singled to right It was the first hit off Grove Even the temporary stands erected on the roof top of houses facing the park on Twentieth street were nearly filled by nearly 1500 cash customers As Fly Pennant The worlds championship pen nant of the As flew from the center field flag but the only other ceremonial marks of the occasion were the decciations above and be low the box tci be occupied by Presi dent Hoover and his party of dis tinguished government officials The presdpiitial party was due at north Philadelphia around 1 p m and expected to bo in the park in plenty of time for the chief execu tive to throw out the first ball The Athletics were first on the field for practice and the great pitchingmystery as to Connie Macks choice of the fllnger to op pose Burlelgn Grimes of the Cardi nals seemed solved when Robert Moses Lefty Grove took part in the batting drill Grovn Bundles Tip Grove was bundled in a heavy leather jacket and retired to the bench after taking a few swings at the plate However George Earnshaw also took part in the batting drill to maintain some uncertainty as to Macks choice An orthodox move in picking either one of his two aces for the opening game figures to scrap a lot of advance dope and guesses to Muck naming a surprise starter like Rommel Walberg or Quinn Under the direction of Capt Eddie Collins the worlds champions gaged in a brisk workout while the crowds continued to pour thru th turnstiles ard the sun shed a little warmth on an otherwise very chilly affair Police March Out A platoon of police marched out HELEN PLANS TO LEAVE RUMANIA Queen Unwilling to Grovel at Feet of Handsome Ruler VIENNA Oct 1 but determined not to grovel at the feet of the handsome King Carol Queen Helen of Rumania was repre sented here today as intending to leave Rumania forever A Rumanian politician arriving from Bucharest said that Eter many years she had decided to com ply with Carols wishes and leave Michael their son and former jioy king entirely to the care of his father Among the queens entourage it was expected that she soon would go to Germany and take up per manent residence near other mem bers of the former Greek royal family The Rumanian people have come to consider Queen Helen very affect ionately and have been touched with her selfsacrificing and dignifiec bearing the politician said adding that King Carol had been visibly ex asperated at the thot he must fore go an early coronation It Is Carol now rather than Helen who is insistent that the dl vorce procured during his absence in Paris remain valid All hopeo reconciliation is said to have passed Gelbert up Ball one outside Gel bert singled lo right sending Man cuso to second Grimes up Grimes bunted to Foxx and was safe at first when the ball eluded Bishop It was Continued on Sparta for a rehearsal of the maneuvers they will gc thru In making a lane on to the field and to the box for the presidential party The loudspeakers in right center blarefl forth with raucous sounds of Continued on SportA Marshalltown Police Chiefs Lawyers Ask to Strike Testimon MARSHALLTOWN Oct 1 Defense motions to strike testimon of state witnesses were in th hands of Judge Clarence Nichols a court opened today In the trial c J F Glassco former police chle on liquor conspiracy charges The testimony under scrutin this morning was that of police o fleers Sheriff C E Wicklund an alleged rum dealers that Glassc had offered protection in return for liquor and bribes of the ftrwas followed by J by jrrimes xvhlch filled the bases Man uso scored on Douthits fly and jclbert on Adams Cards Get Hit The Philadelyhla team failed to core again until the fourth when Immons pasted the ball for four ases after two were out The Cards ot one hit in the fourth and an ther in the fifth The next American run came in he sixth after Bishop had been alked He came home on Dykes ouble to keep centerfield The Na onal league champions hit Grove vice in the eighth without denting e score column Then in the eighth Inning Co irane slammed out homerun to end scoring for the day as the As etired the St Louis players in ne two three order in the ninth McCarthy Announced as Manager of Yanks NEW YORK Oct 1 ew York Sun say3 today that Joe McCarthy deposed manager of the hlcago Cubs has agreed to terms fith the New York Yankees arid ill manage the club next season Russia may be foolish and Icked but since when has America efused to recognize that kind of eople if they had money to pend Keview IOWA WEATHER Increasing cloudiness fol lowed by showers in northwest portion Wednesday night and in west and north portions Thursday Warmer in the east and south portions Wednesday night Warmer In the southeast and cooler in the northwest portions Thursday LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar company weather figures for 2l hour period ending at 8 a m Wednesday Highest Tuesday 64 Lowest In Night 37 At 8 A M Wednesday 41 The weather man smiled agaiu Wednesday as atmospheric condi tions indicated a continuation of the mild conditions we have been hav ing the past week   

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