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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                HIS MEM ART DEPT OF IOWA rfS MO I H I A North Iowas LY Edited for the Home THE NKWSPAPKU THAI MAKISS ALL NORTH IOWANS NKHHllSOIiS HOME VOL VE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 2 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 307 j Bankers Welcome Hoover SPEECH IS FIRST OF 3 PLANNED EAST AND SOUT Guard Escorts Executive and Wife to Their Hotel pLEVELAND Ohio Oct 2r vSix thousand of the nations bankers and citizens of Cleveland today welcomed President and Mrs Hoover and the presidents party with a series of public demonstra tions which will be climaxed tonight by an address by the president be fore the American Bankers associa iton convention The president and Mrs Hoover with their party were escorted from the station to Hotel Cleveland along a route guarded by 500 po and firemen Mrs Hoover came to Cleveland yesterday after attending a girl scout conference at Indianapolis She met the presidents train today at Bedford Ohio in order to par ticipate in the reception Awaited With Interest As the parade moved closer to downtown Cleveland thousands of citizens gathered in the public square to witness the arrival pC the distinguished party Cannon began given by batter vhe135tbr field artillery Hoovers address tonight was id with unusual interest par because the Bankers con vention has dealt at length with business depression His remarks altho nonpolitical also corrR at the outset of the congressional paign His speech will be p m1 eastern standard time and will be broadcast over nationa hookups of the Columbia and Na tional Broadcasting companies Close to 15000 persons mostly dp gates to the bankers convention are expected in his immediate au dience in the public hall t Group Hears Ayres Aside from greeting the prcsi dent and hearing his address to night the bankers scheduled onl one session with Fred W Sargenl presid Ont of the Chicago and Nortn western railroad and Fred I Kent director of the Bankers Trust com pany New York listed as speak ers The convention yesterday hearil Col Leonard P Ayres vice prpsi dent of the Cleveland Trust com pany and nationally known business statistician predict that 1931 will be a year of progressive business recovery and that by the era of next year conditions will have reached the mark halfway between the bottom of depression and the peak of prosperity Another optimis tic view was voiced by Alexander D Noyes financial editor of the New York Times who said America has always started a climb to new business pinnacles from serious de pressions To Examine Pharmacists DES MOINES Oct 2 state board ct pharmacy examiners has set Nov 12 and 13 for holding examinations for registered phar macists at the capital K3fthe13i tr Hooyi Vaited wit Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Oct cuss the radio for a lot of things that come over it but whensome thing like the worlds s e r i es comes along and you can be away out here in the irrigated belt 3000 miles away and can hear the crack of the bat you got to admit its quite an inven tion Grimes the St Louis pitcher said you only had to watch three of the Athletics and he was right Two of the three of em knocked horrieruns and the other one only got a threebagger The Chicago Cubs had the right idea when they lost purposely to keep from meeting these birds Yours WILL ROGERS Cuban Chief Prepares for Any Disorder Asks Special Measure to Curb Election Trouble IN COLLAPSE OF Rescue Squads Hunting for More Bodies in Wreck NEW YORK Oct 2 per sons were killed one or two re ported missing and six others were seriously injured today in the col lapse of a four story tenement building in Greenwich Village Police and fire department rescue squads removed the bodies of the victims and carried out the injured three of whom were women then continued their search of the ruins for the other two persons known to have been in the house Mrs Marie Sargouse 70 who conducts a boarding house in the building was the only one of the 13 persons in the place who was awake The others were trapped in their beds on the third and fourth floors and had no chance to escape when the structure gave way without warning HAVANA Oct 2 sion of all constitutional guarantee until after the national election Nov 1 asked tomorrow of the i ii congress convoked in special session President Machado last nightan nounced his intention of calling congress together for that purpose and was assured by Dr Guan Incan speaker of the house and Clement Vasquez Bello president of the sen ate of their support on an authoriz ing measure The projected sus pension of the constitution would give the administration almost carte blanche in dealing with dis orders during the preelection cam paign In some quarters the presidential request was connected with a mo mentary censorship imposed yester day by the government on outgoing and incoming cable messages The censorship was withdrawn because it was found to be without constitu tional sanction The president in a manifesto proclaimed his approval of methods adopted by police Tuesday in sup pressing a demonstration 300 stu dents and others who attempted to the presidential Six policemen andsix students were injured in the fighting One of the injured students died yesterday Altho the machado administra tion has been firmly entrenched a growing opposition recently has made itself felt and there have been several minor disorders Opponents of the government claim that free speech is stifled To Follow Root Ilan WASHINGTON Oct 2 respect to the present situation in Cuba tho Hoover administration plans to follow the interpretation of the Platt amendment enunciated in 1301by Elihu Root under which the intervention described by the amendment was held not to be synonymous with intermeddling or interference with the affairs of the Cuban government TWO KILLED IN ST LOUIS GANG FIGHT AT SHACK Man Wounded by Ma AUNT HET By Robert Quillen The evidence didnt con the other folks on the jury but Ive knowed that boy since he used to steal settinhen eggs an I didnt iced no evidence PUBLIC EN Iowa Bank Robbed of by Lone Bandit DERBY Oct 2 Derby Clearance association was robbed of 900 in cash by a bandit who cntefxlthe bank about a m today Derby is in Lucas county Purchase Cafe WAVERLY Oct Mae Schafcr of Dysart and Carl C Kob spr of LaPorte City have taken over the Community cafe purchasing it from Glenn Grapp who has returned to his former home at Clarksville Barker Wants to Collect Dues in Advance for Defense CHICAGO Oct 2 pub lic thus far ap begun to show genuine concern over the laws cam paign to clean them out George Red Barker has passed the word along to the 2000 mem bers of the coal teamsters union he heads to pay three months nine dollars a advance the money to be paid in by tonight Barker a public enemy needs the money police suggest to finance his defense agairlstf the charges of vagrancy by which the authorities hope to send him to jail for a year chine Gun Bullets Tells Story ST LOUIS Oct 2 Sam The rina came to City hospital here seriously wounded by machine gun bullets and told police that Peter McTigue a member of the Cuckoo gang here and William E Boody also this city had been killed in an attack on a shack near Valmeyer 111 early today in which they were tendinga still Therina shot thru the hips drove up to the hospital blew the auto horn and collapsed While on the operating table he told police that he McTigue Boody and James Doorman also a Cuckoo gangster and apparently a fifth man had gone to the shack about four days ago to run off 500 gallons of mash to be made into whisky The shack is across the Mississippi river from Crystal City Mo on the Illinois side dawn he said he was awak ened by shots from machine guns Therina and McTigue had been sleeping while the ingthe stimihfnna up and war shot heard Boody gasp that he was hit and was dying and that McTigue already was dead Doorman flea to the woods Therina believed He said he did not see the attackers but it is believed they were of a rival gang GanRSters Bodies Pound EAST ST LOUIS 111 Oct 2 The bodies of Peter McTigue cuckoo gangster of St Louis and William Boody former business agent of the East St Louis plumb ers union slain apparently by rivals at a whisky still near Valmeyer 111 this morning were brot to East St Louis shortly before noon today Quincy ExConvict Fatally Wounded in Attempt at Robbery QUINCY 111 Oct 2 Midge Sherrill Keokuk was one of five persons arrested last night follow ing the fatal shooting of Earl Dykes 29 exconvict in an attempt to hold up a sandwich shop Police arrested Raymond Brady wounded in the arm and charged him with attempted robbery as Dikes partner They thenraided the Von Hindenburg Hale and Hearty on 83rd Birthday home of Clifford Merritt arrested Merritt Miss Sherill Harry Simp son and Thomas Lenane They found Dikes at the home and took him to a hospital where he died Brady Merritts brotherinlaw denied complicity in the robbery at tempt HOOVER SEES ATHLETICS WIN S TO 6 HITS Cannonading Quintet of Cochrane Simmons Foxx Dykes and Miller Knocks Rhem From Box m Less Than Four Innings By ALAN GOULD SHIBE PARK PHILADELPHIA Oct 2 worlds champion Athletics steamrollered the Cardinals with another heavy hittingattack knocking Flint Rhem out of the box and capturing their second straight worlds series vic tory by the score of 6 to 1 George Earnshaw big right bander held the National leaguers to six hits and struck out eight Before another capacity crowd of 32295 fans who contrib uted to a gate of exactly duplicating the figuring of the opening game the Mackmen scored a convincing triumph and prepared to leave for St Louis and the third game there on Saturday with a commanding margin of two up and two to go The same cannonading that blasted Burleigh Grimes o defeat Simmons Foxx and Dykes1 reinforced by Bing aftout the downfall of Rhem today within less than four innings Associated Ptess Phvo This Associated Press telenhoto FhowV President Hooxcr at Shifoc ptirlt Philadelphia for first world series gamy Heis holding tho first bhU used in OUTSLUGGED AGAIN THE OFFICJAJ ST TJMUSI Ali H IO A Cardinals Athletics Statesman and Soldier Surprises All With His Vigor BERLIN Oct 2 President Paul Von Hindenburg celebrated his eightythird birthday anniversary today Hale and hearty he attends to his numerous duties with military pre cision leads a regular life and dis poses of hia time in such a manner that enough leisure momenta are left over for his family relatives and friends Few people believed that the grand old man could live thru five years of a burdensome presidential term and be given every hope of completing the atven years pre scribed by the constitution But president Von Hindenburg has fooled them all He has traveled more than his predecessor Fried1 rich Ebert ever dared to travel dur ing the uncertain post revolution Turn In Lngc 5 Ciililmn 5 ALCOHOL FOUND IN POLICE Chief Sanford Arrests Arnold Christiansen on Ex pedition Police raided the home of Arnold Christiansen 216 Twentysecond street southeast Thursday after noon and found four full gallon cans and two partly filled gallon cans of alcohol Christiansen who Is a driver for a local ice establishment was ar rested The raid was made by Chief Frank Officer R L John son and Clerk LeRoy Neary PAUL VON JIINDKNBUKG French Flyers Leave San Antonio Greeted There by 150 Planes SAN ANTONIO Oct 2 Dieudonno Coste and Maurice Bel lonte French flyers who negotiated the eastwest hop across theAtlan tic took off from Winburn field here at oclock this morning enroute to Fort Worth on their good will tour of the country Okla homa City and Kansas City woic on the days itinerary Upon arrival yesterday the flyers were welcomed by more than 1DO planes nnd the stales governor Better Weather Greets Capacity Crowd at Series By ALAN GOULD Associated 1rcss Sports Kditor SHIBE PARK Philadelphia Ocl 2 excitement glamor and official dignity of the worlds series opening battle were replaced today by the matteroffact prelude to just another ball game as the Athletics trotted out to warm up for their attempt to mnke it two straight over the St Louis Cardi nals The prospects were for a some what warmer and more comfortable day for another capacity crowd nearly 33000 and a right handci pitchingduel Between George Earn shaw and Charles Flint Hliem Fans took a curious nnd special interest in RhenfC because of his sen sational story of being kklnnpcd during the crucial scries with Brooklyn several igo and bo ing forced to imbibe intoxicating beverages Champs KltiiV Hull High spirited ttie worlds cham pion As dashed out on the field un der the leadership of Captain Eddie Collins shortly afternoon and be gan knockingthe ball to nil cor ners of the lot as well as outside the park Max Bishop star second baseman hit one up against the porch of a house in Twentieth street Al Sim mons a homerun hero yesterday propelled another with considerable vehemence into the left field stands where some 3000 bleacher era were on hand hours before game time despite their allnigtit wait in temperatures as low as SO above The box in which President Hoov er sat for tho opening nmc n matned draped in its special ivinl ing Cards Not DounhrMrtril The Cardinals came out with plenty of pepper displaying no signs fit being downhearted we figure to get n hcltcr share of the breaks and win today said Man Unulhlt rf 4 Atfnmsi 3b 4 Krisrh 3t Hiillty II 4 Einrny ir 4 muMns rf I CrllHrt UK Rlicm Ilrnliry i n I i i n n a Tolali 0 H I STOnE ijjfcLpHiA n A R n ro A Mlslmli 2I 3 njKcs in 3 Cnchrnnr 0 II Simmons H 4 1OTiX 111 3 Miller rf 4 Hans rf t Kntny 4 Enslmw p A TlllaK 7 21 fi The following detail of the second worlds series game is by Brian Bell Associated Press sports writer SHIBE PARK PHILADELPHIA Oct 2 FIRST INNING vip Strike one called Foul strike two back of plate Ball one low Douthit lift ed a high fly to Dykes who caught it near the pitchers mound Adams up Foul strike one against stands Foul strike two same place Adams fliccl to Simmons who ran a few feet to make the catch Frisch up Strike one called Bait one outside Frisch hit over Simmons head for two bases it was Frischs fortythird worlds series hit a world record Bottom ley up Strike one he swung Bail one low Strike two he swung at a fast ball Ball two low inside Foul down third base line Ball three high Bottomley flied to Haas who made a running catch in center No rims nun hit no errors ono left up Strike one called Ball one high Bishop lined to Doulhit Dykes up Strike one he swung at a curve Foul down third base line Strike two Ball one out side Dykes rolled a fast one down to Adams who made a fine play and threw him nut to Bottomley Cochrane up Strike one called Ball one called Ball one low Ball two low Strike two called Cochrane hit a homerun over the right field wall his second in two days and in two times at bat as he hit for the circuit in his last time at bat yesterday Simmons up Ball one inside Foul into stands back of first base strike one Foul third base line strike two Simmons singled to cen ter Foxx up Foxx hit into center field for two bases and Simmons scored Miller up Ball one inside Foul into stands Strike one Foul down tliircl hnse line strike two Ball two inside Ball three high Miller dribbled the ball down the first baso line and was out to Bot tomley unassisted Two runs three hits no errors ono SECOND a e y up Foul against left field stands Strike one Knfcy lifted a fly to Bishop in short center Watkins up Ball one out KHle Strike one swung Ball two high Strike two he swung Foul buck of plato Watkins drove the hall over the right field wall for a homortm The first circuit smash for the leaguers Mancuso up Strike one callrd Ball one in side Muncuso beat out a hit to Shortstop Bolcy who the ball with one hand but had no chance to fet him Gclbcrt up Strike one swinging Strike two called Gilbert singled to center Mancuso taking third Tho ball bonndcrl over xlluttcd Inr Itmlsry In seventh St Inltls V Oil 000 riillinlrllililii A MS Ttheni Oich rnno hcilLy Huns Inittccl In Cnrhratie ioxx lYutkhis tilmmnnH Miller y JniHR hits Vrincli Ioxx Slmmuns Myltox Municruns ncliniiic Walking Stolen hasp IVlHcIi Mnrrlficcs Dykes Double plnys Gtf fiurt to Inxx Left in Ehilnildnlila f Ht Lniiln 1 Itnscs on bulls riff Itlicm 2 Eoxx Inhii Kfiti 2 lIlAtion Knrnslinu T CMnncii5nj Struck nut by Knrnshnw ft IMicni Kottonilcy Tlifcy Miincnsu 2 ftcl licrt llsltrr by Itlirm 3 Dykcfl hy Ilndity 2 Huns hy Julinsmi 2 Knxx Mllltrl Hits off Rlirm In 3 lH limlncs off Iiiul My 0 ill Innings Iff Tollnnnn 0 in 2 lu nlnRn ldslns pttrlier Rhcm Umpires KlcT IN iilnlp iris I A first lleanlim fit hTcinil Morlnrly A Ililrd Time Sluggers Lead Assault Cochrane and Simmons startedV right m trie first where tricyVVeft yesterday mong who scored bn Foxtpin mat The N itional league any three hits off Earnshaw In the scicai ond to score one run Welkins hom er gave the Cards their counter The As went scoreless in tlieir half Two errors Dy the Athletics were not enough for the Cardinals in the third and in their half the 1920 champions made two runs off the St Louis errors and hits by Sim mons and Miller Foxx drew a walk but was left on base Karnshaw Holds Nationals Earnshaw held the Nationals without a hit in the fourth Boley hit a single for the As Bishop walked antl both scored on Dykes twobagger into center field Lind sey replaced Rhem in the box Lind j sey the first Cardinal up in the fifth hit but dieu on base mons Foxv and Miller wcfat out In order Neither team scored in the sev enth Earnshaw walked Mancuso and Johnson gave passes to Bishop and Cochrane Adams single was the only Cardinal hit of the eighth and the As were let down without a bingle Hafey rolled out to Boley in the ninth and Earnshaw struck out Watkins and Mancuso the last two St Louis batsmen Slayer of Paul Baines 19 After Quarrel Confesses to Crime IOWA CITT Oct 2 his slayer already under sentence of life imprisonment Paul Baines 19 Iowa City youth who died Monday from a bullet wound in the abdomen in flicted the day before was buried here today Three days after the shooting Tom Sexton 19 half uncle of the Baines youth was sentenced to life imprisonment at hard labor in the Fort Madison penitentiary by Judge R G Popham in the district court here Wednesday afternoon Sexton pleaded guilty to a county attor neyss information charging him with murder the court fixed the crime as a first degree offense after hearing testimony by Sexton and Sheriff Frank L Smith Only Sextons youth saved him from a death sentence Judge Pop hamindicated in pronouncing judg ment Sextons confession dated last Sunday before the death of the Baines boy but kept secret until his arraignment in court was in troduced at the hearing before Judge Popham In it he told of his quarrel with the Baines family after he had been arrested on a charge of at tempting criminal assault against n 14yearold sister of Paul Baines 32 Year Old Bachelor Nominated in Georgia ATLANTA Oct 2 pri mary landslide has given the demo cratic nomination for governor tantamount to election in Georgia to Richard B Russell Jr 32 year old bachelor son of the chief jus tice the state supremo court Russell who has 12 living brothers and sisters will be the youngest governor in the history of Georgia IOWA WEATHER Cloudy showers Thursday night and possibly in southeast portion Fritliiy morning cooler Friday ami In west portion Thursday night LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar company weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Thursday Highest Wednesday 65 degrees Iowest in Night 48 degrees At 8 A M Thursday 51 degrees Precipilvition 71 inches Mason City and vicinity had a comparatively heavy rain thrtiont the night which let up in the mbrn Work on Course VVAVKRLY Oct for grass greens suitable for play in 1931 to be piped for water early next year have been announced by Sam Norman operator of a private course southwest of Waverlv Six of the nine greens will be built and seeded this fall   

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