New York city, New York
The roads of America have began began to deteriorate due to the use of horse and buggies. The roads needed fixed so many of the state, and national governments began funding a project to rebuild and improve the roads of America. By the end of 1929 almost all of U.S had put a tax of two to five cents on all gas for cars. Many things needed to be changed to accommodate the needs of the new automobile, so we have begun making new road rules, traffic signals, and traffic signs to make driving safer.
Many new models of the Model T are already being produced to make driving safer and more comfortable. Many new companies arrived after Ford and made new and more expansive versions of the model T. Many brands like the Duesenberg and Rolls Royce have begun to sell to richer consumers. Hopefully in the future we will begin to produce a new and better car, but that may take a very long time.
At age 7, he was sent to "St. Mary's Industrial School" and raised by monks. One of them took a liking to him and became his father figure. He taut him how to play baseball, and ate age 19 was watched by a scout from the Baltimore Orioles. The man watched him for and hour and knew he was good enough. He then began playing for minor leagues until he got older
"Babe" ,as they refereed to him, was so good that he was then bought by the Boston Redsox's. He played the seasons, but was put onto the minor league team. After hitting the same amounts of some of the professional players he was put on the Yankee's. Then he set a new baseball record of 60 home runs, a record that would stand for 34 years. Then George had foudn out he had a malignant tumor in his neck, he attended his last game at his stadium once they retired his number.
Al Capone DEAD
On May 17, 1929, Capone was arrested in Philadelphia for carrying concealed deadly weapons. Within almost 16 hours he had been sentenced to time of one year. Capone served his time and was later released in 9 months for good behavior on March 17, 1930.On October 18, 1931, Capone was convicted on November 24, and he was sentenced to eleven years in federal prison, fined $50,000 and charged $7,692 for court cost. In addition to $215,000 plus interest due on back taxes. The six-month contempt of court sentence was to be served as soon as possible. On november 16th 1939 he was released after serving 7 and a half years. Capone had gotten a disease and had gotten the mentality of a 12-year old. He then had a stroke and pneumonia, and died January 25th, 1947.
Al's Rise to Infamy
Al had been working as a bartender and bouncer for current mob boss johnny Torrio. During his time he earned the nickname "scarface" when he was cut in the face by a man. he moved to Chicago with his family after his dad died, and he began to dedicate a lot of his time to the mob. Then when johnny Torrio had a near death assassination he stepped down and gave leadership to Capone. Capone wanted their mobs presence know, so he ordered men to dress as police men and they shot 7 rivals. Capone was made "Public Enemy Number One" form that moment on. The press followed capones every move avidly. He had gotten news that a guy that had testified against Capone was in town and he killed him plus 2 others. The mayor then had a "Peace Conference" with the city criminals, which only lasted for about two months.