Mason City Globe Gazette, October 6, 1930

Mason City Globe Gazette

October 06, 1930

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 6, 1930, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Edited for the Home E R MEM A ART OEPT OF IOWA MO INES NEWSPAPER FHAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OVVANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCT6 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NCX FOXX HOMER BEATS CARDS 20 48 Victims of R101 Crash Taken from Wreck WARSHJPBOllf TO BRING HOME BODIES OF DEAD Presence of One or Two Stowaways Admitted by Briton BEAyvAIS France Oct 6 While yigorous investigations were into the loss of 48 lives wreck ing of the dirigible airship the British here early Sunday a warship its way today to France to bearVhome to a sorrowing England the bodies of the victims Despite the most searching exam ination by officials of both Britain and Trance it was arrounced evening that not a single body as yet had been identified Everything even to the smallest trinkets found at the scene of the disaster today ere enclosed with the charred bod ies in coffins and prepared for re moval to Boulogne where at 11 a m tomorrow they will be em v barked for London Worlc in CoOperation iFrench and British officials 1 v orked in closest cooperation in their efforts to solve the puzzle of how the R101 met herfate ejtowtwyay Will Rogers SANTA MONICA Cal Oct 6 dont know whether my old friend Knute Rockne Notre Dame are going to win the worlds cham pionship again this fall or not but he deserves it if they dont win another game For they are the only big earn in the S that starts playing tough teams right from the jump These others play Rotary clubs and business cojleges till about Thanksgiving then have one tough game Knute thinks if you got a football team it ought to bea football team from the Fourth of July to Christmas I told the Athletics all the time not tdttjyin their pennant if St Louis wbn theirs Yours WILL ROGERS MARTIAL LAW IN FORCE IN BRAZIL TO CURB the admitted late today hy Cprnitiander John Holt who headeS the British investigating committee Holt who was described as direct ing the British investigation into the disaster said the British air ministry may have made a mistake in the counting of the persons aboard He declined to make any further statement Womans Shoe Found Survivors however Have insisted thruout that there were 58 persons aboard and police said rescue squads have found enough arms and legs in the debris of the dir igible to make as many as two or three more bodies than the 47 which lay in the chapel at Allonne A womans shoe with a buckle still on it was found in the wreck age and the chief of Beauvais police in mentioning the discovery to the Associated Press said he be lieved it indicated a woman steno grapher was among the dead Police said they believed that altho no woman figures in the list of passengers announced at Lon don one of the high officials travel ing in the airship may at the last moment have decided to secure services of a stenographer for the voyage Bear Out Theory The shoe and a typewriter which serve to bearout this theory will be turned over by Commander Seurin of the Fiftyfirst regiment to British experts for examination arrangements were made to day for transfer of the 17 known victims from the town hall at Al lonne turned into an impromptu chapel to Beauvais Lord Tyrrell British ambassador to France was due here this afternoon as Britains Turn to 1nge 2 Column Eight of Countrys 21 States Take Part in Move RIO JANEIRO Oct G to the gravity of the situation brot about by ths revolt to th southward President Washington Luis today decreed martial law thruout Brazil until Dec 31 This follows similar action Satur day when the government pro claimed a state of siege in th state of Rio Grande Do Sul am Minas Geraes where the revolu tton originated All banks were closed today by government order until furthe notice Thestep was taken to avoi speculation in exchange and th banks had not quoted exchang rates since Saturday noon In addition the government has suspended airmail service out of th country on the PanAmerican Con dor and French aero postale lines Eight States Join Move MONTEVIDEO Uruguay Oct 6 filtering thru Brazilian border points indicated today that eight of the 21 states in Brazil are driving fonvard to unseat the fed eral government of President Wash ington Luis and prevent the inaug uration of the presidentelect Dr Julio Prestes Nov 15 The leader of the movement which began in the southermost state of Rio Grande Do Sul Francisco Flores Da Cunha asserted today that the states of Parana Santa Catarina Piahuy Ceara Rio Grande Do Norte Parahyba and Minas Geraes were backing his campaign with the federal troops and thousands of civilians joining the revolting forces egion Bands Greet Hoover Upon Arrival Executive Stops in Boston forTwo Addresses By D HAKOLD OLIVER Associated Press Staff Writer BbSTON Mass Oct 6 President Hoover came to Boston today to maketwo speeches on problems confronting the nation and was welcomed at the Back Bay sta tion by state and city officials as he American Legion bands played military airs A great crowd gathered at the depot to see the executive alight from his special train from Wash ington and cheers greeted him as he walked thru the station to the ail to mobile to ride two blocks to his Headquarters at the Copley Plaza hotel Has Two Speeches His first speech was to be before the annual convention of the Amer ican Legion He was scheduled later in the day to speak before the American Federation of Labor Gov Frank G Allen Mayor James M Curley and John Richard son a close political associate and personal aide assigned to the presi dent by the Legion met the execu tive and accompanied him to the hotel there to await the time for the first address scheduled for noon former Pre sident 1 Calvin PEACE ASSURED SAYS HOOVER IN LEGION ADDRESS Optimism Also Pervades Speech to Labor Federation BOSTON Oct 6 Optimism pervaded two addresses today by President Hoover an optimism he drew from nationwide team play to alleviate unemployment on the one hand and the assurance of peacefor the country on the other The annual conventions of the American Federation of Labor and the American Legion heard him At the Statler hotel this after noon he told the federation dele gates industrial stability had been increased by national cooperation and the absence of conflict between capital and labor during the busi ness depression Urges Expansion At the Boston arena in the fore noon he urged the Legionnaires to expand their mission of citizenship by teaching the essentials of good will toward other nations proper law enforcement and discharge of duty at the ballot box The peace of our country has never stood more assured thanat this moment1 he sad The reallza SCORE BY INNINGS Athletics Cardinals Skies Cloudy as As and Cards Start Fifth Game Crowd Excited Over Breaking 4 Game Deadlock Play By Play icTgii andMrs l airiong the ifirst tocall ions the Hoovers at1 their hotel They remained for about 15 minutes MacNider Calls Louis Liggett republican nation al committeeman from Massachu setts and Representative Edith Nourse Rogers were others paying calls on the chief exocutlve and his wife FormerSenator William M But ler boarded the presidents train at Providence and accompanied the chief executive to this city Among callers at the presidential suite was Hanford MacNider Amer ican minister to Canada and a Le gionnaire AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Tnat fast Jones girl get tin such a good man didnt surprise me none Good men is the only kind dumb enough to be took in by a girl like her BRUTAL KILLER OF BOY SOUGHT Body of Dubuque Youth 12 Strangled to Death Discovered DUBUQUE Oct 6 today continued a vigorous search for a clew to the identity of the slayer of 12yearold Earl Fuller whose body was found in a clump of willows in the Mississippi rivei flats three blocks from his home Sunday morning The boy had been strangled tc death by a wire bound about his neck after hei had been brutallj mutilated During Sunday more than 60 sus pects were rounded up and ques tioned by police One of them Alfred Haigh 14 who with 10 other boys played foot ball in a city park until 9 oclock Saturday night told police that Fuller left the park with a man who answered to the name of BUI tion your promote peace BELL GUARDED TO SAVE LIFE Confessor in Lingle Case In forms of Plot to Break Jail CHICAGO Oct 6 H Bell the county jail prisoner whose confession last week gave authori ties new information concerning the murder of Jake Lingle Tribune re porter was held under special guard ioday in fear for his life Following his confession which involved another prisoner Richard Sullivan Bell tipped off authorities to a plot This following1 the confession in the Lingle case aroused the animosity of other pris oners and Bell asked that he be kept in a cell by himself fearing violence from his jail mates William Lenhardt under sentence of death was the prisoner who plotted escape Bell revealed A search of Lenhardts cell disclosed a pistol and hacksaw A taxicab with a confederate was waiting outside to aid Lenhardts escape even as Bell told his story Bell also will be given food cooked especially for him This Is to guard against any possibility of poisoning Coroner Herman N Bundesen was to renew questioning of Bell to day seeking more details of the cir cumstances surrounding the murder of Lingle and goodwill thru active Citizenship tie greatest guaranty of its con tinuance While a burden of unemploy ment still exists Mr Hoover said before the labor group the under takings agreed upon at the white house conference last November with business industrial and labor leaders had been carried out in an amazing degree Sees Exceptions There are of course exceptions he continued but in the large sense our great manufacturing com panies the railway utilities and business houses have seen able to maintain the established wages Employers have spread their employment systematically for the first time In more than a century of these recurring depressions we have been practically free of bitter in dustrial conflict We have thus had nationwide cooperation and team ptay which have greatly ameliorated the hard ship of this depression These meas ures have served as a practical sys tem of unemployment Insurance WELCOME HOOVER BOSTON Oct American Legion in annual convention today welcomes President Hoover Whije official delegates arrived to greet the president and to consider the report of National Commander O L Bodenhamer a milling joyous throng tof Legionnaires members of affiliated organizations other visit ors and Bostons own public thronged the streets The opening business session of the convention headed a days pro Tum to Paso 2 Column lowan Held in Death of Two Thot to Have Had No Part in Crime KANSAS CITY Mo Oct 6 to unravel the myste rious slaying of Oldom I Jeffries and Jess Trowbridge who were shot to death in a motor car here early Sunday police said today new evidence tended to show that Erie V Varbie held In connection with another shooting had no part in the double killing Varbieaaid he arrived Saturday from Des Moines SISTER OF BORIS SAID BETROTHED Princess Not to Be Outdone by Example of Kingly Brother SOFIA Bulgaria Oct to be outdone by her brother King Boris Princess Eudoxla of Bulgaria it is reported here has become en gaged and to an Italian Unofficially it is learned that the Princess who is 32 has betrothed herself to Duke Charles of Spoleto son of Prince Aosta of Italy The duke who is 30 and an archaeolo gist is at present in a hospital suf fering with a broken leg received while automobile racing It is learned also that King Boris informed the head of the orthodox church on Sept 25 of his impend ing engagement to Princess Glo vanna of Italy and the same day told the diplomatic corps It is said that one ceremony will be performed at Rome and the sec ond at Preslav ancient Bulgarian capital in the presence of the ex iled king Ferdinand Borisfather By ALAN GOULD Associated Press Snorts Editor SPORTSMANS PARK ST LOUIS Oct 6 with two victories each in the closest worlds series fight in four years the Athletics and Cardinals took the field today for the fifth game and a battle for leadership Skies were heavily overcast and a thick haze settled over the park for the benefit of the two fast right handers expected to oppose each other George Barnshaw of the As and Burleigh Grimes spitball vet eran of the Cardinals Estimate 35000 crowd The excitement aroused by the great comeback of the Cardinals brot another big crowd But the stands did not fill as rapidly as yesterday Estimates were that thecrowd exceed 35000 for the first Monday game by the Natlona league team at tome in nearly tw njonths r The Red Birds with the bleadhe crowds arid a band to lend them noisy encouragement pranced thru their early workout with the atti tude of boys who intended togo places and do things They attacked the offerings of a big righthanded rookie the nearest available approx imation to Earnshaw and other wise put on a very spirited exhibi tion Athletics Confident The As on the other hand de clared the Cards couldnt expect to get another flock of breaks such as they benefitted by yesterday They were confident Earnshaw would repeat his fine winning per formance of the second game at Siiibo park and put the worlds champions out in front again before hopping the train east at 8 oclock p m It waa a warm sultry day the visibility was poor and it looked increasingly like rain as game time approached As Lambast Spltballs The As lambasted a variety of practice pitching including the spit balls of old Jack Quinu when they took their turn at batting drill Jimmy Foxx the big first sacker who hasnt been able so far to find the range of the St Louis park drove several balls high into the left field stands There were a few drops of rain a hour before game time but not enough to cause apprehension Spec tators beyond protection of the grandstand roof got out their rain coats and umbrellas Meanwhile the haze thickened The fans poured In rapidly in the last half hour and every move by the Cardinals brot out bursts from the home town enthusiasts Tho following detail play by play of the fifth world series game is by Brian Bell Associated Fress sports writer SPORTSMANS PARK St Louis Oct 6 INNING up Ball one outside Ball two Inside Strike 1 called Ball three outside Strike two called Bishop struck out on a called third strike Dykes up Bnl one high Strike one called Strike two he swung Foul back of plate Ug cal was out Adams singled to center on ST ANSGAR IS LUTHERAN HOST Luther League Group Holds Circuit Conference for year ST ANSGAR Oct St Ansgar circuit Lutheran league met in St Ansgar Saturday and Sun day All sessions on Saturday were held in the St Ansgar Lutheran church On Sunday the new school auditorium was used The Rev J W Ylvtsaker North wood preached the opening sermon Bible hours were in charge of the Rev H O Urness Clear Lake At divine services Sunday morning the speaker was the Rev Olln Fjelstad Owatonna Minn The convention theme Launch Out Into the Deep was discussed by the following pastors Olin Fjelstad Owatonna Minn T P Solem Gauge and O L N Wig dahl Mason City A choral union concert was held for Sunday after noon Dykes rolled to Gelbert and was out to Bottomley Cochrane up Ball one outside Cochrane singled to center Simmons up Ball one low Ball two ovttslde Grimes to first No play Strike one swinging Ball three outside Wil son threw to first and Cochran scrambled back Strike two swing ing Simmons lifted a fly to Gelber oack of short Nu runs one hit no errors one left Cardinals Douthlt up Ball one Ugh Ball two inside Strikeone iled Douthlt bunted to Foxxand the first pitched ball Frisch up Frisch lifted a fly to Boley in short left Bottomley up Strike one swinging Ball one outside Foul into stands back of third strike two Ball two outside Bottomley bounded to Foxx who stepped on first for the putout No runs one hit no errors ono left SECOND INNING Athletics Foxx up Foxx lifted a fly to Hafey in deep left on the first pitched ball Miller up Strike one swinging It was spitter Ball one low Strike two swinging An other spitter Ball two low Miller filed to Douthit who ran in a few steps to make the catch Haas up Foui into stands back of plate strike one Haas also filed to Dout hit No runs no hits no errors none left Cardinals Hafey up Foul into third base bands Strike one Ball one outside Ball two inside Hafey filed to Simmons in short left Wat kins up Ball one outside Strike one swinging Foul tip strike two Watkins struck out swinging at a curve ball Wilson up Wilson lined to Simmons in deep left No runs no hits no errors none loft THIRD INNING Athletics Boley up Strike one called Ball one outside Ball two high Strike two called Boley struck out swinging at a fast ball Earnshaw up Strike one called A curve ball Strike two swinging Earnshaw rolled to Frisch and waa thrown out to Bottomley Bishop up Strike one called Ball one out side Strike two called Ball two in side Bishop struck out for the sec ond time on a called third strike No runs no hits no errors none left Cardinals Gelbert up He was enthusiastically cheered Ball one inside Ball two outside Ball three inside Ball four outside Gelbert walked Grimes up He conferred with street before going to bat Grimes bunted to Earnshaw and was thrown out to Foxx a sacri fice Douthit up Douthlt rolled to Dykes who caught Gelbert in a chase between third and second Gelbert however back to second It was a fielderschoice for Douthit Adams up Strike one called Ball one high Adams a high fly to Boley He was out anyway under the infield fly rule Frisch up Strike onecalled Frisch bounded to Foxx and was out un assisted No runs nohits no err ors two left FOURTH INNING up Strike one called a curve Ball one outside Ball two outside Ball three high Strike two called Dykes bounded to Gelbert and was thrown out to Bottomley Cochrane up Ball one inside Strike one called Ball two Inside Foul into the Cardinals dug out strike two Ball three high Cochrane struck out on a called third strike Simmons up Ball one high Grimes knocked Simmons down with a pitch near his head It struck his bat Strike one Ball two outside Ball three Grimes on Sports Page 9th INNING CLOUT GIVES AS 3 OUT OF 5 IN SERIES Earnshaw Allows Cardinals Three Hits While Teammates Collect Five From Burleigh Grimes SPORTSMANS PARK ST LOUIS Oct Jimmy Foxx became the hero of the hour when his homerun in the ninth inning driving in Cochrane ahead of him gave the Philadelphia Athletics their third win in the fifth game of the Worlds series against the St Louis Cardinals 2 to 0 Foxxs homer came with one man down and after Burleigh Grimes spitball artist had walked heavyhitting Mickey Cocli rane It had been an airtight game up to that point without either team scoring The As threatened in the eighth but Grimes let them down withou a score after the champions had loaded the bases with one man down Earnshaw let the Cards down with three hits while his teammates were collecting five King for a day is Jimmy Foxx who clouted out the home run that gave the Athletics two runs and their third victory over the Cardinals in the Worlds series Search Continues for Kellogg Man Missing Since Early Saturday NEWTON Oct 6 from his home at Kellogg since Saturday morning search was con tinued by local and county officers today for Earl Wolven Tho Kel logg editor left home Saturday morning driving to Newton where he called his wife asking1 her to come at once as he waa ill Mrs Wolven left immediately for Newton but upon arrival could not find her husband His automobile was found parked on a main street Wolvens wife could ascribe no theory for his strange disappear ance Cochrane was the only one of th6 Aa sluggers to get a hit when ttio ambasting leadoff men came up in he first He died on first when Gelbert caught Simmons pop fly for the thirQ out Adams singled for the Cards in their half but stayed on first Botti teams went into a hitting slump and not eyen a lone blriglo made jfr fourth The fielding Two St Louis men got on bastf in I the third on a walk and a fieldera choice but the side went down with out a score Foxx the first man up in tha fifth singled but went out on a force play Miller takingfirst Haas hit into a double play and the side was out The Nationals went out onetwothree The Athletics failed to hit In the sixth or seventh and Wilsons double for the Cardinals in the eighth failed to score when Earnshaw passed Gelbert the next man up and Grimes filed out for tha third out The As got two hits again in the eighth but still were held scoreless after loading the bases with only one down Bishop and Dykes hit into force plays to retire the side Wisconsin Man Joins Staff of Muscatine Journal as Editor MUSCATINE Oct 6 M HInshaw managing editor of the Muscatino Journal for nino years has resigned to accept a po sition with the national republican committee for special work in con nection with the current campaigns Hs will be stationed at Washing ton D D Mich of Madison Wis succeeds Hinshaw on the Journal Farmer Loses Four Cows in Straw Stack HANLONTOWN Oct Hall found four of his milk cows buried in a straw stack on his farm near here Saturday morning All of the animals were dead A part of the stack had slidden over the cows while they were feeding Man Hangs by Necktie in Des Moines Prison DES MOINES Oct G C W Pickenbrock 50 was found hanging in his cell at the city jail this morn ing his belt and necktie fastened about his neck He died a short time later Arrested Saturday he was to have appeared before the county sanity commission today Dally Taper Starts ESTHKRVILLE Oct 6 Thn Estherville News today began pub lication as a dally newspaper re ceiving the leased ivire service of the Associated Press Deemer Lee Is editor and publisher of the News which formerly was issued weekly Wea IOWA WEATHER Cloudy with showers Monday night and probably In cast and south portions Tuesday not much change in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar company figures for 24hour period ending at 8 A M Sunday Highest Sunday BO Lowest In Night 45 At 8 A M Monday 51 1recipitntion SundayOS Figures for 24hour period ending at 8 A M Sunday Highest Saturday i5 Lowest In Night 52 At 8 A M Sunday57 After a small rainfall Sunday night weather conditions still ap pear somewhat uncertain Monday morning ;

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