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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home riARLON E R 11 S MEM A ART Elr OF IOWA tc WO IMES t A THE NBAVSPAFEK FHA1 MAKES ALL NORTH 1UVVANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XXXVI CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICES MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCT 8 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 312 ATHLETICS WIN WORLDS SERIES Baptists Hear Addresses by Noted Speakers INFLUENCES CHURCH LISTED BY DR M DODD Missionary Enterprise Is Vital Declares Dr Hoisted AN address by Dr M E Dodd noted minister from Shreve port La on the Foundation of the Christian church and Dr Ernest Hoisted South India missionary on the stimulatinginfluence of mis sions on church work featured the Wednesday forenoon session of the pastors conference of the Iowa Baptist convention held at the First Baptist church Dr Dodd chose his text from Matthew Thou art Peter and upon this rock will I build my church and the gates of hell will not prevail against it He pointed out that in Christianity the man the book and the churchare reali CONVENTION SESSION WEDESDAY KVEN1NG OCT 8 President Henry K Tetcrnnn Presiding recilal Mrs J E Stlnchrat Clyde O Beagle message Henry K Peterson City cfoolr Harvest Is JUpt toy sermon Rev Alvjn J Lcc THURSDAY MORNING OCT 9 Bev A W IIOM PmUHnr T Holler Education Forum Conducted by Louia P in ConvenUon Business Session Rev John C Killlan Philadel phia Pa for Associational offi cersl Church of Christ Conference conducted by Execu tive Secretary Womens lunch eonat Y W C A THURSDAY AFTERNOON OCT 9 Mrs F n Asriullh Presiding service Mrs William Hathom director Mrs Bertha Patchen at organ B F Hartley soloMrs C E Oilman Mrs George Caleb Moor New York City OffertoryMrs Patchen at organ M E Dodd THURSDAY EVENING OCT 9 Heiry K Peterson prelude Instrumental trio Violin Mrs Harlan JlacMillan Clarinet Mrs H C Johnson Harr Mrs Leon Woodward E L True Mrs W E Bennett Mrs C G Welcome to new pastors by execu tive secretary M E Dodd ties different in the world from any other comparable forces The man a Christian is xrnique he said In the Scriptures a book different thananything else is pro vided The institution the church has an enormous influence greater than any other organization Has Threo Glories The church has three the glory of divine origin the glory of divine interest and the glory of divine leadership No other institu tion can boast the extent of services of the church which serves body mind and soul Since the church is bigger broad er and mightier than any other or ganization it has a just right to claim worship of superior and di Tuni In Column AUNT MET By Robert Quillen Pa likes to drive but lies made so many dirty cracks about my drivin that hes scared to give me a chance to comment on his Mason Cityans Tour Boston BRAZIL PRESIDENT President Washington Luis was granted by congress to put down the revo lution in several Brazilian states NIGHT OF RIOTS FOLLOWS GIANT ANNUAL PARADE Mobs of Hoodlums Take Advantage of Legion Convention BOSTON Oct S and American Legion police a trolled the downtown streets today after a night of disorder by mobs of hoodlums Overturned automobiles the ashes of a score of bonfires that had been ouilt in downtown thorofares and on Boston Common and here and there a battered head marked the passing of the rowdies who took advantage of the privilege extended the Legionnaires on a night of fri volity after the annual parade in connection with the national conven tion At one time it seemed that the melee in Park Square might gain the proportions of a vicious riot Fists began to fly after Denrus J Lorden heading a detail of federal agents had arrested four local men for peddling liquor in the square A squad of police and Legion police or to the rescue of the officers and succeeded in driving ofi the loughs Four Arrests Made Those four were the only arrests during the sporadic outbreaks that marked the postparade celebration Police who attempted to round up the detached mobs of hoodlums were hindered in making arrests by the crowds that milled thru the streets all night and during the early morn ing The best that the authorities could do was guard the packec wooden grandstands along the pa rade route from flames that spread from bonfires in the street and the common Hotel entrances wer guarded by officers who refusec admittance to any but the Legion nalres and guests Confetti ticker tape crates and boxes that had been used as scats b parade spectators made excellen fuel Fires burned everywhere then was a few feet of vacant space Auto Catches Fire At the corner of Stuart and Tre mont street a decrepit automobil caught fire One of its 10 occupant Turn to raise 4 Column lowan Dies When Car Strikes Cattle Truck CORUECTIONVILLE Oct 8 Wright about 35 farmer was killed this morning when hi car struck n cattle truck and h was thrown out The cattle truck driven by Manning man was little damage and the driver was unhurt BRAZIL TO MAKE TWO OFFENSIVES N REBEL STATES ederal Airplanes Bomb Capitals of States Seceding RIO DE JANEIRO Oct 8 The federal government strik ng back at the gathering revolu ion today developed two strong of ensives designed to crush the re ellion in the south and to engage he insurgent armies far from this apital and Sao Paulo second city f the republican The first of these was an advance nto the rebel state of Minas 43 rincipal source of Rio De Janeiros ood and milk supplies Troops ad anced along the central railway and eoccupied several towns among hem Palmyra Opposition was in onsiderable Federal airplanes lombed the government palace and ther strategic points in Bello Hir izonte capital of the state and Sea possibility thatjimliess atts ofMinas Geraes Were reoc upied within a week the food and supplies situation in this city of considerably more than a million lopulation would become serious The government offensive further south has for its object closing of he rebel ports and sources of sup ply and keeping the insurgents so iccupied in their own states that at ack on Sao Paulo and Ri De Jan eiro will be impossible In line with this plan the south ern naval division under Admiral Heraciyto Belfort will act in con cert with General Nepomuceno Cos a in a simultaneous land and sea attack against the insurgents Banks Closed A northern section of the Brazil an navy 13 moving toward Pernam buco Natal and Para important northeastern centers which are un derstood here to have gone over to he revolution There has been some ighting in Pernambuco but extent of the clashes is not known here The situation in Rio De Janeiro s normal Theaters and cinemas are open but attendance is scarce Banks are closed for 15 days but jcyond inconvenience there has been Turn n PHKC 4 Column CHIEF OF POLICE SLAIN IN FIGHT Five Wounded in Gun Battle Between Police and Robbers MURPHY N Car Oct 8 Mack Carrlnger chief of police o Murphy waa shot to death and five other persons wounded three per haps fatally early today in a gun fight with three men suspected o robbing the postoffice at Coke Creek Tcnn Two of the suspected postoffic robbers were shot down and are no expected to recover They are Walt er Bryson shot thru the chest an Jeff McPherson wounded in thi head and abdomdn McPherson sai he was from Kentucky Bryson residence was not learned The third suspect escapee Police said he was wounded Policeman George Leatherwooc 35 was shot thru the right lung an Policeman Burt Savage in the arm Des Momes Man and Wife Taken in Raic DES MOINES Oct 8 raid yesterday that netted oficer 85 gallons of liquor and flavoring and coloring matter led to the ar rest of Mr and Mrs Walter Nei man both of whom pleaded no guilty when arraigned They wcr released on bail of and 500 respectively lowans Find City Strong for History Monuments Grow on Every Likely Spot BOSTON Mass Oct 8 today waa selected as the 1981 convention city of the American Legion By STAFF CORRESPONDENT BOSTON Oct 8 Sorefooted nd weary from Tuesdays six mile arade march Mason Citys Amer cau Legion drum and bugle corps oday welcomed an opportunity to ay aside their instruments and in ulge in a sightseeing tour thru toston and Its historic environs A ew of the members remained for tie convention sessions but for the nost of them the lure of the his oric was too great Incidentally lowans have found Boston history conscious in a su perlative degree On every trian ular plot of 10 feet square or more here is a monument Building monuments is more than a custom ts a pastime lowans might go ishiniT or golfing butthe Boston an few monuments to spare jfahsa piece of granite and hews out a tombstone or a statue of some sort March for Two Hours ClausenWorden posts drummers and buglers stepped off at the head of Beacon street at 11 oclock yes erday morning and marchel for wo hours down past the present state capitol the ancient statehouse Fanueil hall and no less than half a dozen reviewing stands occupied y nation and world celebrities Jeneral Pershing and Marshal Gou the Lion of the Argonne vere in one Hanford MacNider was n another Boston newspapers esti mated the crowd at a million Certain it is that no parade In he history of the Legion unless it be that at Paris in 1927 ever com manded such a crowd Mason Citys Turn to rase 4 Column SCORE BY INNINGS Cardinals Athletics 133450789 RHE EIEIEI0D1HE1H 0 D HEOEianHH El 13 FOUR DROWNED IN MISSISSIPPI ROCK ISLAND HI Oct 8 Three youths and a man were drowned in the Mississippi river near here shortly after 9 oclock this morning when the launch in which they were pleasure riding up set while making a turn A fifth member of the party Leo Dunavin of Industry III was res cued The drowned are Sam Lacey Rock Island 60 Earl Gould Daven port 23 Gail Smith Rock Island 18 Kenneth Griffin Rock Island 18 PRESIDENT BACK HOME AFTER HIS FOUR SPEECHES Content With Receptions Given Him While on Tour By D HAROLD OLIVER WASHINGTON Oct s V ident Hoover returned to the capital today tired but contented with receptions accorded him in the southland which climaxed the most tremendous speaking tour under taken since his inauguration Enroute to the national capital from Kings Mountain in the Caro lines where he made his fourth set address in six days yesterday the president last night yielded to re quests for nearly halfa dozen stops of his train Urges Peaceful Means A1 oint Charlotte h ad a stop beeii sebedulecl tmt brief halts also were made at Kannapolis Sal sbury High Point and Greensboro all in North Carolina Crowd ammed the station at each point md applauded the president and his wife as they went to the cai platform At two points in North Carolina he president made a brief talk anc at a third Danville Va he as sumed the role of humble listenei while a textile striker In working clothes told him of the textile strike in that city and heard the jresident repeat what he had saic rom the train earlier in the day at the same point that such troubles must be adjusted in a peacefu manner Praison South At Salisbury the president heard a man shout from the crowd as his rain started away Were for Hoover 100 per cent Now that you have the habit teep it the president replied and the crowd joined him in laughter Dispensing with the formality oJ his speaking trip he told a large jroup at Charlotte that his ances tors came from that region anc after looking over the industria development of this section which has proved itself one of the mos progressive in the United States I wonder why they ever left it Thousands jammed the surround ing hillsides to hear the open air presidential address yesterday ii celebration of the sesquicentcnnia of the battle of Kings Mountain ii South Carolina just below the North Carolina border Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Oct used to try to getwhat I thot would be some funny politi cal angles over the radio And it was awful hard But Mon day night along came my old friend Nick Longworth o n the air and hit on a humorous angle that I never thot of And I bet none of you had either He blamed the democratic party for the finan cial depression that is envelop ing the world Its really the biggest adver tisement that the democratic party have ever had Why if they was that important they wouldnt be democrats They would all be republicans But it was a new reason at that Did you ever notice there has never been a year when alibis were as scarce Yours WILL ROGERS IMPORTANT CITY RAZED BY REDS Communist Horde of 7 500 Ravages Province in China SHANGHAI Oct 8 South ern Kiangsi province was bein ravaged today by a communis horde numbering 75000 Forty thousand Reds were re ported to have captured and burne the important city of Kian and t have taken numerous smaller citie in the vicinity The fate of the in habitants was not determined Numerous British missionarie are active in the Kiaa area but n Americans are believed to be there A smaller number of well arme communits were within 10 miles o South Nanchang increasing th tension in Nanchang the provincia capital Farm Group at Stilson Elects 1930 Officer STILSON Oct Emery Lon was elected president Mandu Christensen director and Mrs Job Chambers secretary of the Boon township Farm Bureau In Hnncoc county for the coming year The an nual meeting was held in Stilson Batting Order Shifts or 6th Game humy Jim Bottomley Taken From 4th Position By ALAN GOTJLD Associated Press Sports Writer SHIBE PARK PHILADELPHIA Ct 8 where the battle egan exactly a week ago the Ath etics and Cardinals today carried he worlds series fight into the ixth game pursued by the heavy louds that followed the warring orces out of St Louis The Athletics leading three amcs to two needing but one more ictory to clinch the championship xpected George Livingston Earu haw to start his second successive ame with Robert Moses Grove on and for quick relief work if need d The Cardinals ready for a desper ate fight today and extend th cries to the seventh game madi another switch in their batting or der for the purpose trying t concentrate a bigger punch aroun the top of the list Droj Sunny Jim The shakeup resulted in droppin Sunny Jim Bottomley first base man who has hit 050 in five game from the cleanup position to sixt place with Frank Frisch move down from third to fourth and th right fielder George Watkins o Ray Blades from sixth to thir place Watldns will bat third if Earn shaw pitches Blades if and when rove or another left handcr take the mound for the Athletics Manager Gabby Street in an nouncing the shift said we haven men hitting up to our normal stridi with the exception of Wilson an elbert the boys are due today The same thing might have bee said by Connje Mack if he cared t comment on the situation Capacity Crowd Expected Altho a capacity crowd of near ly 33000 was expected there wa no terrific rush for the stands b noon time The 3000 bleacher seats in righ center were filled So were most o the temporary seats on top of th row of houses opposite the park o Twentieth street but the mai stands filled very slowly The As big guns gave the bleach er crowd some cause for excitemen on SpnrlN PnKM SLUGGERS IN FORM AS AS TAKE SIXTH FROM CARDS 7 TO 1 Champions Collect Seven Big Hits Off Hallahan Johnson and Lindsey While St Louis Gets Five Scattered Ones By ALAN GOULD SHIBE PARK PHILADELPHIA Oct 8 the wonderful pitching oE big George Earnshaw Connie Macks Athletics today won their second successive worlds asebaU championship crushing the St Louis Cardinals 7 to 1 n the sixth game It gave the As the series four games to two The Athletics hammered the offerings of Wild Bill lan their previous conqueror as well as the pitching of his successors Sylvester Johnson and Jim Lindsey with the most sustained and spectacular batting attack of the worlds series The worlds champions made their seven hits count for as many runs as they went on a rampage and quickly settled the ssue that had been so hard fought and close up to today A VIOLENT MURDER IN A STORM killed Winston A rapidfire mystery story in which the author piles cli max on climax in the good old Scotland Yard fashion IT WAS LOCKED By John Hawk STARTS October II In the GlobeGazette CHAMPIONS AGAIN TIIK OFFICIAL nox SCORE ST LOUIS i Ionthit cf AB II TO A 0 IS 0 3b 2 n 1 1 High 3b S 1 n 0 WlUUlnn T 3 0 3 II 4111 llatey If 4210 Flotley Ib 2 n R 1 Wlliuin c 4 0 H fiolbcrt 03002 Hnllnlmn p n n n C xFlnlicr 1 1 n U fnlinflon p n 0 0 1 xxRUides 1000 LIndKry p n 0 0 l n o n Bell p 0001 31 IS 24 2b 3002 Dylicm 3h 1211 Cnchrane c 31 8 cflt 4 1 3 n Ih 3 1 3 Z t 0 MoonIf Hum 200 102 0 Holes1 4 1 0 2 Knitmw p 4 0 0 2 xRnttct for Jlnllnhan In third xxllnllcd fur Jnlinttnn In nlxth xxxKattci fnr Jlndney In clxlilh SI Lnuln INI ono nun Ihllndelpllln A Humnmrr Krror Tmtlcil In Cnchrann 2 Mlllpr Slmmnnpi Dykes 2 Huns llnfej two bnsn luti fnclirane Miller 2 Flslicr Foxx Ilnfpy 2 Tiompmns Slmnicinn Dykcn sacrifices Miller linns Cochranr 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Watkina swinging hard at third strike No runs no hits no errors none left up Ball one high Strike one called Bishop lift ed a fly to Frisch near second base Dykes up Dykes was given a big hand Bull one high Strike one called Ball two high Ball three low Strike two called Foul into stands along left field line Ball four high Dykes walked Cochrane up Strike one called Cochrane hit to right field and Dykes scored Cochrane went to third It was a two base hit Watkins was charged with an error when the ball rolled thru him Simmons up Ball one low Strike one swinging Strike two called It was fast Simmons struck out swinging hard at the third strike Foxx up He was cheered Strike one swinging Foul into stands back of first strike two Ball one inside Foxx fouled along the third base line Hallahan let it roll outside Ball two low Ball three high Ball four outside Foxx walked Miller up Ball one inside Ball two low Coehrane scored on Millers double to center Foxx went lo third Watkins made a great play Cnnllnurd on Mpnrls Holds Cnrds Hitlcsa Earnshaw held the Cardinals hit less in the first frame The Philadel phia sluggers immediately work in the second half Dv walked Cochrane scoring Dykes and on Watldns error on Millers Neither team got a ond the Cardinals getting1 their first of the game In the third a double by Fischer who batted for Hallahan who retired from the mound in favor of Sylvester John son The young National pitcher had no better luck than his predecessor Simmons the first man up in the third hit a homerun Miller again hit for two bases but failed to get home Dykes Hits Homer Frisch singled in the fourth with two Cardinal men down bjit Hafey flied out Earnshaw struck out and tho heavy hitters again had their chance Dykes hit a homerun scor ing Bishop who had walked ahead ot him The Cards went hitless in the fifth and sixth Foxx doubled for the Aa and came in on Haas sacrifice fly in the fifth Bishop walked In tha sixth and scored on Cocnranes fly Neither team scored in the seventh The Cards were using pinch hitters and Lindsey replaced Johnson In the box in the sixth Blanked again in the eighth the St Louis team sent Bell in to pitch He held the As hitless Two hits in the ninth gave the National leaguers their only score High singled and waa driven In by Hafcyg two bagger MCUNE FOUND NOT GUILTY DES MOINES Oct 8 McCune 37 today waa found not guilty of murder charges in connec tion xvith the assault and slaying of 51yearold Evelyn Lee last spring The jury deliberated only three hours before returning its verdict IOWA WEATHER 1nrtly cloudy Wednesday night and Thursday not much c In temperature LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar company weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Wednesday morn ing Highest Tuesday fll lowest In Night 51 At 8 A M Wednesday 56 Ireclpitntion 2   

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