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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1931, Mason City, Iowa                                DCPT OF IOWA f CARDS WIN 52 TO LEAD SERIES 21 j c North Iowas OAILY PAPER jj I Edited for the Home XHE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES AUj NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XXXVII FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 5 1931 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO ONE NO 578 41 FatherinLaw of Col Charles A Lindbergh Had Lunch at Home With Aviation Financier Just Before His Death ENGLEWOOD N J Oct 5 W Monow fatherinlaw of Col Charles A Lindbergh United States KGII ator from New Jersey ancl former member of the Morgan bank ing house died today from cerebral hemorrhage He was 58 years old It was learned here that Senator Morrow had lunch in his home today with C M Keys financier who has played a promi nent part in development ofaviation companies It was net known however whether Mr Keys was with Morrow at the time of the lavters death HIS LAST SPEECH NEW YORK Oct D Sena tor Dwight W Morrow died at 52 oclock this afternoon of a cere apbral hemorrhage in liis home at NJ ituTTCSTr rows death was issued from his office here merely giving the fact and place of his death and saying bis passing was peaceful Spoke for Charity Senator Morrows last public ap pearance was at a dinner here last night of 1200 persons opening the 1931 emergency appeal of the Fed cration of the Support of the Jew ish Philanthropic society Indorsing uie drive in a short speech Senator Morrow said he re alteed depleted incomes would make the campaign workers task more difficult Speech Applauded He drew applause with the state ment I say that it is impossible that the difficulties that rest upon you can be any greater than the diffi culties that rested upon the noble men and women who founded those organizations with much less ade quate resources than you have even in this period of depression Senator Morrow discussed the complexities of modern life which make it necessary for experts to extend a helping hand to unfortun ates instead of offering personal assistance PICKED BY COOLIDGE When Calvin Coolidge as a sen tor at Amherst college in 1895 voted for the man in the class most likely to succeed he picked Dwight Whitney Morrow Thirtytwo years later the then president of the United States helped make his prophecy come true by naming his classmate as ambassador to Mexico a post which brot Mr Morrow an international reputation and paved the way for his election as United States senator from New Jersey Turn to Fnprc K Ccjliimn It AUNT NET By Robert Quillen Its about got so you cant trust a married woman too far or a married man toa near Slayer of 4 in Wisconsin AdmitsDeed Shot Girl and 2 Men and Hit Baby With Hammer KENOSHA Wis Oct 0 lice held Frank Gray a 40 year old farmhand today for the murder of a girl two men and a little baby Gray confessed the killings to Kenosha police but added I didnt aim to kilt the baby The murders were done at the Boschert farm house near Burling ton Wig Those found dead were Frank Boschert 60 Burlington his son Herbert 30 Herberts son Bobby IS months old and Miss Ceiia Kerkman 18 employed on the farm Beaten With Hummer The adults liad been killed by shotgun slugs and the baby beaten to death with a hammer The girls body was found in an upstairs bedroom used by Gray po lice said The babys body was be side her The room showed signs of a terrific struggle The elder man was not in the house at the time but Gray said he killed him when he returned from gathering apples His body was dis covered in the basement of the house In in Hospital Herberts wife ill in a Burlington hospital for several weeks has not yet been told of the killings The older Boschert owner of the farm lived in Burlington with his wife He had gone to the farm to visit the son Gray fled the Boschert farm in the Boschert automobile He was arrested when lie was found in a soft drink parlor here Sure I done it he was quoted as saying And I aint sorry It wivs Herb I was after because he put all the work on the farm on me i killed the others so there wouldnt be any witnesses Xet Him Have If I got the shotgun out of the tool shed Then I went to the kitchen Herb was standing there He didnt have any time to say anything be fore I let him have it Well along about 3 oclock old man Boschert drove out from town He started clown the outside steps to the cellar I loaded up the gun and let him have it Im sure glad I did too Authorities took Gray to the Ra cine county jail Gray said he put the cowa in the barn after the slayings changed his clothes and went to Kenosha Police said Miss Kerkman had been assaulted criminally Mrs Beck Named President THORNTON Oct Ceme tery society met at the home of Mrs NelsHanson Officers elected were Mrs Ella Beck president Mrs H O Chase vice president Mrs Scott Clemons secretary and Mrs John Stambach treasurer DEATH COMES PEACEFULLY DWIGHT YV flIOKKOW Sought for Shooting Sheriff in Poo Hall Raid Near ESTHERVILLE Oct 5 Lpgan today was named by State Agent Ray Scott as the man sought for the shooting of Sheriff W G Gordon Saturday night in a pool hall in Gruver After grillingnine men said to have been in the Buysman pool hall and the back room where gambling allegedly was going on Scott said he is certain Logan is the man he wants Logan has been in Esthcrvillc about two months He is an as sociate of Blackie Simmons of Esthcrvillc who is held for question ing with eight others in connection with the shooting Condition Dangerous Sheriff Gordon was still in a dan gerous condition today Hospital at tendants said he had spent a poor night The shooting took place when Gordon and Deputy Sheriff Merrill Brovm attempted to raid the pool hall Physicians slated that the bullet striking Sheriff Gordon passed thru his abdomen but didnnt enter his intestine This same bullet also went thru his wrist Several Shots Fired The raid was well planned by the sheriff and his deputy Deputy Brown was stationed at the rear rioor and Sheriff Gordon walked in the front door and then went into the locked gaming room in the rear of the building Then someone fireil several shots In the confusion ai the occupants lien Deputy Brown ran into the front entrance as soon as he heard the shooting Among officers who came to all in the search were Sheriff William Roehler and his deputy John John son Fnirmont Sheriff Henry Sag gau and his deputies Carl Peters and Steward Ceylon Sheriff George Paulson of Spirit Lake Sheriff Leo Shea Enimetsburg Sheriff L R Hovey Algona nnrj Sheriff Magnusen Jackson Minn Infant Son Is liuricd GLENVILLE Minn Oct The infant son of Mr and Mrs Alvin Tostenson wns buried in Greenwood cemeloiy Friaay after noon Death was cuucscd froir whooping cough in Accidents and Suicide Elma Man Chester Girl Austin Plane Crash Victims By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Six lowans were dead Monday as the result of accidents and suicide in the state over the weekend One boy was seriously injured The dead Edivin Schwakc 20 Elma Vcrna MclCec Ifi Chester Helen Sfibcllln 15 Olin John McCIoin 33 Sully William Snoolc 53 Balavia Frank Honkomp G5 farm er near Schwake was killed in an air plane crash at Austin Minn in which his fiancee Miss McKee daughter of L H McKee of Chester Iowa was also killed Mfss McKee was taking her firs airplane ride Arlhur Wright 41 pi lot and owner of the homemade craft in which the three were riding suffered a broken leg He is in the hospital He said something wen wrong with the controls Helen Shellin committed suicid at her home near Olin blaming an unhappy love affair for her act John McClain died at Newton Sunday from injuries received when his car turned over in loose grave near Sully Iowa Saturday eve ning William Snook was burned to deatl early Sunday in a fire which de stroyed the home of his tarothe near Batavia Harry Pretchet 11 was accident ally shot in the head by his uncle Jack Markia while squirrel hunt ing near Algona Sunday His con dition was said to be serious Honkamp hanged himself with a rope of binder twine in his garag a mile south of Worthington short tly after returning from mass Sun clay Relatives said he was de spondent because of ill health Dr Cassms Coldren 37 of Milford Die MILFORD Oct 5 Cas sins Coldren 37 son of Dr C M Coldren pioneer Dickinson county physician died here Sunday follow ing a brief illness Ho had prac ticed medicine with his father her for the past 10 years Dickinson and Haugen Give Addresses at Ceremony 1iclures of cornerstone lay ing on page 5 THE cornerstone of Mason Cityi new Federal building was laid at an impressive ceremony before a crowd of 1500 persons Sunday tftcrnoon Senator L J and Congressman G N Haugen ivere the speakers The stone was put in place by Postmaster G M Woodruff to vliom the metal box containing the documents to be preserved in the walls of the building was handed by Roy J Janis government superin tendent of construction Mr Wood ruff as a local representative of the government accepted the pa pers A half hour concert was played by the Mason City high school band directed by Carlton Stewart pre ceding the ceremony An invocation was given by DrWilliam L Dibble and the benediction by the Very RRV P S OConnor R F Clough chairman of the committee on arrangements presid ed the ceremony Other members of the committee were H J Bryant and Mr Woodruff Papers Aro Preserved Papers preserved in the corner stone included the brief prepared by the Chamber of Commerce setting out need of a new federal building here i copy of tho seventyfifth an niversary edition of the MasonCity GlobeGazette as well as a copy of the paper carrying the program of the dedication postal information histories of the Mason City post office and other matters The procuring of a federal build ing now is not an old pork barrel proposition but the location of buildings is controlled by the postal receipts and by other government activities of a city declared Mr Dickinson in his address Many persons think there is an abundance of government money and that all you have to do is tn get il Senator Dickinson con tinued But remember there is not a dollar in the treasury that was not put there by taxpayers The purpose of the building pro gram under way by the government is to provide money in times of stress and need As the time far conservation comes we will sec a curtailment of this Senator Dickinson advised Mason City to pray for open weather dur ing October in order that the build ing might progress rapidly and be come at least partly inclosed The more that is inclosed beforo cold weather the larger Lnc payroll this winter wil me he said and added Youll need it Depression Is Test The depression is a test of man test of social orders and of the government the senator de clared On the streets of Mason City as on the streets of every other city in the United States there are doubtless men who know exactly how to run the government In so viet Russia I understand one of the troubles is that everyone knows how to run the government and when two mortar mixers meet with their wheelbarrows they stop to ar gue concerning the government in slead of supplying the bricklayer with cement People should take an interest in government and I am delighted to find many suggestions in my mail But remember that what we think what each one of you think goes lo make up the maas opinion of your locality and that our country is mnde up of these various parts I dont expect to see the govern ment put on another building pro gram for many years The reason is that the Income tax and other means of government income are shrinking and that Ihere will be the greatest call for curtailment of cx Turn tn Ingfi 5 folunin Win for Nonstop Flying Feat Herndon and Pang born Refused Chance for Second Prize WENATCHEE Wacli Oct D first nonstop airplane flight across the Pacific ocean Clyde Pangborn and Hugh Herndon Amer ican flyers land ed here today The plane land ed on her belly tipped over on her nose and then settled back She slid along slowly in a cloud of dust The plane came to rest on itss left wing Its propeller w a s smashed in the landing Aviators described it as a President Hoover Sees National Leaguers Take Lead in World Series Aided by Hitting of Pepper Martin HuqH HERNPON fish tail landing Dump Excess Fuel Before coming down the flyers circled a few minutes and dumped their excess gasoline in order to pre vent any possible outbreak of fire When they hit the ground min us landing gear which had beon dropped shortly after their take off at Suinu shiro Beach Ja pan Successful in spanning the lon stretch of fog haunted ocean which had batk CLVDE PAN6BORN Cd tllC CffOltS Of many other aviators Pangborn and Herndon came in line to receive the prize offered by the Toldo Cardinals Athletics By EDWARD J NEIL SHIBE PARK PHILADELPHIA Oct 5 Burlcigh Grimes veteran right hander pitched brilliant two hit ball and drove in two rims today as the St Louis Cardinals aided again by Pepper Martins sensational hitting hammered Lefty Grove to win the third game of the worlds series 5 to 2 Presi dent Hoover saw Al Simmons rob Grimes of his shutout with a homer with one on and two out in the ninth A1 PAIR NOT ELIGIBLE DALLAS Texas Oel 5 Col W E Easlerwooti Jr Dal las aviation enthusiast said today Clyde Pangborn hnd Hugh Hern don who successfully completed flight from Japan to VVenat cliee Wash could fly in some other they would not be eligible for the prize he offered for a Jnpanto Dallas flight They cabled me from Tokio asking about my offer while I was attending the American Le gion convention in Detroit he said And I replied that Texas will pick its own aviators that we are interested in flights for the advancement of aviation not in stunts I will have to be the judge of the plane and of the iviators in such an attempt GRIMES GOES EAST ST LOliIS 5 An n ro AilLimjf 3li 3 0 Flow era ill 1 0 ItoctlKrr rf S UnlUIni rf 0 lrisrli 2I n Itllnnry III I I III fry If B 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of the distance record set last July by Russell Boardman and John Pr Inndo in flying from New York to Istanbul Turkey 0011 miles Pangborn and Htrmlon spanned the Pacific in nbout il Jionrs Pangborn and Herndon said they would fly to Dallas Texas nonstop Tum In VnKn a filimm New Evidence Sought at Ottumwa on One of Alleged Bandits OTTUMVVA Oct 5 Plans to try Melvin Furlong one of three alleged bandits held at Fort Madi son for authorities during the pres ent term of court were believed abandoned today County Attorney E K Bekmnn who announced his intention of try ing Furlong on a charge of posses sion of burglary tools felt to be the strongest of the cases said new evidence was being investigated Johnny Torrio Among 75 Witnesses Called in Capone Tax Trial CHICAGO Oct 5 Seventy five witnesses including bullet marked Johnny Torrio former Chi cago gang chief have been called by the government witnesses at the income tax trial opening tomor row of Alpbonse Capone Torrio was brot back to Chicago after six years of exile in Long Island He was oncethe head of the gang of which Capone is chief li0 SignaturesArn Obtained LAKE MILLS Oct re quired 150 signatures were ob tained to the petition requesting that an open season be granted for the hunting of pheasants in Winne bago county Nov 6 and 7 Will Rogers EL PASO Texas Oct Say what If all the nations go off the gold standard and de cide that silver is a metal too This fellow Calles the exprcsi dont of Mexico started all this when lie declared silver was their national dish Now all of em are joining in A nation has the right to declare anything it wants for money poker chips possum hides empty gin bottles niblicks or cancelling congress mens check to bootleggers so it looks like us and France will have to take our gold and fill our teeth with it Yours WILL ROGERS Thn fcmcKVlng playbyplay ot th3 thirdgame of series is by Allen J Gotirfi As sociated PresB sports editor As Grove and Grimes completed their warming up tho Cardinals mascot sought and obtained Presi dent Hoovers autograph on a base ball President Hoover smiled and shook hands His willingness prompted the youngster from the Athletics dugout to run up with ths same request At Mr Hoovers right Secretary Adams prepared his score card and checked it over with the president as well as Mra Hoover The umpires came out for their preliminary conference at the plate with Captain Eddie Collins of tho Athletics and Manager Gabby Street of the Cardinals The infield was smoothed out and the field cleared for action Promptly on time strains of the Star Spangled Banner came from the loud speaker out by the scoro board The crowd yelled as the Athletics dashed out on the field FIRST INNING Cardinals President Hoover threw out the first ball and Coch ranc made a miss of it Adams up Strike one called Umpire Stark went hack and handed the ball tn Lhc president Ball one inside ball two low outside strike two called it was n fire ball Adamn swung and it was a foul into tho stands Adams popped to Foxx Rocttger up Roettger grounded out Bishop to Foxx Frisch up Strike one called ball one it xvan curve Krisch grounded out to Foxx runs m hits no errors none left up Strike one called strike two swang ball 1 Oilumn IOWA WEATHER Fair Monday night and prob ably Tuesday Snmcwtmt warm er Monday night In the north Unst and north central portions mill Jn the norlh portions Tiics STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Mondiy morning Maximum Sunday 83 Minimum In Night 45 At S A M Monday 55 Figures lor 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday IK Minimum in Night SB Kainfiill 01 of an Inch Sundays maximum temperature was the highest by one degree of any thus far recorded in October Prom the stnndpoinl of wenlher baseball in its dying days is getting all the breaks over football as its neason is being   

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