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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 6, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas AILY PA Edited for the Home HIS MEM A ART OEPT OF IOWA 1FS WOIMES I A THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NOIITH IOWANS NOUHUUKS HOME EDITION XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE s MASON CITY JOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SKKVICE NO 259 Strong rith Hoover Leads Group as Head of National Committee DIVIDE fly CHARLES P STEWART A SHINGTON Aug 6 CPA There 13 a great deal of Ohio in President Hoov ers campaign lineup for 1932 Senator Sime on D chosen to suc ceed Claudius H Huston as chair man of the G O P national com from Yellow Springs O J R Nutt commit tees is from Cleve land Post Jter General Walter F Brown boss of the whole organiza and presumably slated to take Senator Fess chairmanship the campaign actually begins from Toledo jiliticians are beginning to refer to the Ohio Jrdly fair the present Buckeye group is by no means the one that bulked so largely in Hardings time Publi vhowever are jealous folk if tfancy that some particular lit bterle has an edge on the rc der they say mean things yER all the most captious critics recognize a graduate who passed a good examination In political school as among the Walter took a cum laude degree fccretary of Commerce Hoover l not unmindful of it back in when he picked Walter as his Iirtmental to be manager with a view to what might happen to develop in the jrse of the ensuing year Quite a did develop as will be recalled its outcome would seem to that Walters management a bit bad j Hoover showed his apprecia that on becoming presi upon Walter the moat LeftHanded Killer Darkens Investigation safi s because f Turn to pane 5 column B KS COLLIDE ON POLICE SEARCH BLOND MAN IN SLAYING PROBE Lingle and Zuta Cases Connected by Black Glove Aug 6 left v handed blond man sought in the slaying of Alfred Jake Lingle today darkened the investigation of the assassination of Jack Zuta Mo ranAiello vice overlord A black glove for the left hand discarded by one of the killers has furnished the key clew to the slay ing of Zuta in a resort dance hall at Delafleld Wis last Friday night A similar glove was also carefully left behind after Lingle a Tribune re porter was killed Amaid in a resort cabin near Delafield supplied the Wisconsin and Chicago authorities with a con necting link today She told of a number of men varying at times from two to 11 who accupied a nearby cabin Describes One of Group One of these men was seen to carry a machine gun into the cabin on July 23 she said One of the five men who shot down Zuta car ried a machine gun Tho maid Sophie Oninski said one of theinen was blond and left yWhen hefirst hid out in Wiscon sin after an attempt on his life was made here July 1 Zuta stopped at Turn to Fane Z Column Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Aug Mr Hoover being a business man I bet you he takes that senate and house of repre sentative space in the cap to building and turns it into miniature golf courses Would you be lieve it there is 3500 of em in he city of Los Angeles Then people ask whats the matter with this country Nothing only there is millions got a putter in their hand when they ought to have a shovel Half of America is bent over In two more generations our children will grow upwards as far as the hips and then will turn off at righ angles and with their arms hanging down We will be right back where we started from Darwin was right Yours WILL ROGERS Voters Uphold Farm Board and Mrs Frank Wood iy Are Injured by Fly ing Glass pAMPTON Aug and Frank Woodley local farm Idents are in the local hospital cuts and bruises received in a between two automobiles at I top of Micktey hill two miles fh of here on Highway No 65 e occupant of the other car Muhlenbruch was not injured Muhlenbruch who was coming the south was adjusting his Ihine as he approached the top he hill and did npt see the other 1 according to reports of the acci automobiles crashed head pnd both were badly damaged Woodley received a severe wound and was badly bruised fWoodley received a cut on his The Woodleys were thrown of their car by the impact Duty Sheriff Freed of Killing Farm Hand CITY Aug 6 Eiff G M Abernatby was exon fed late yesterday in the slaying fAlva Carter 34 crazed farm who fired on him and Oscar l state automobile inspector UNT HET By Robert American Is Beauty Queen of Universe GALVESTON Texas Aug 6 WP A blond 17yearold high school girl and radio singer Dorothy Dell Goff of New Orleans wore today the title Beauty Queen of tlie Uni verse Miss Goff was selected as the final winner of the annual interna tional pageant of pulchritude last night and tonight in prize moneyand a silver plaque will be presented to her at a testimonial dinner She previously had been named Miss United States of America in the first judging event The girl brot up to the micro phone looked bewildered and said in a half choked voice she was the happiest girl in the world The new Miss Universe is five and a half feet tall and weighs 122 pounds Her hair is long and golden blond Her bust measures 31 inches her waist 26 hips 3G thigh 21 ankle Miss New Jersey Helen Hannan won the first prize of just below Miss Universes grand prize Miss New Jersey is a dark haired slim and stately girl GOVERNMENT IS BUSY PLANNING WORK OF RELIEF Hoover to Get Reports From Farm Groups Monday Aug 6 concentrated effort of govern ment agencies was sent today to the task of ascertaining accurately the needs of the droughtstricken country While requests for relief were pouring in the department of agri culture and the farm board at the direction of President Hoover en gaged in determining both existing conditions and the measures the government could employ to assist the suffering agricultural states The president expects a report to be placed before him Monday Palntn Dark Picture A desolation equalling the des truction of floods tornadoes or earthquakes was described to the president in a telegram for aid des patched last night by Governor Sampson of Kentucky A plea for a proclamation for nationwide pray er meetings to ask divine aid for Senate Race in Kansas Is Won by Allen Governor Is Soundly Beaten by Frank i Haucke By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Rejoicing and comfort growing out of primaries in four states yes terday appeared to be distributed largely to the farm board the ad ministration and those democrats who have never forgiven their brethren who did not give their all for Alfred E Smith The wets found balm in a Virginia race but the drys could counter with results in West Virginia It was a question in political circles whether the voting was an indica tion of the drift on national issues or was dominated by local issues and candidates In Kansas however Senator Henry J Allen who has endorsed almost every Hoover policy won the repxiblican nomination to fill out Vice President Curtis unex pired term with votes to spare Beaten by Huucke Gov Clyde M Reed who took the stump to attack the farm board play that Kansas farmers reduce their wheat acreage had apparent ly been soundly beaten by Frank Haucke World war veteran and former Cornell football player Senator Arthur Capper was un opposed for the republican nomina tion nor did Jonathan M Davis democrat who will run against him in November have opposition The Kansas house delegation won their nominations The record of misfortune to those democrats who have been assailed for opposition or lukewarm sup HOOVER UPHELD IN KANSAS Kaiuius republicans upheld the administration when they renomi nated Henry J Allen left for the United States senate and gave Frank Haucke the nomination for governor over Gov Clyde M Itecd Allen a favorite of President Hoover was opposedby Uulph Snydcr Heed wus a severe critic of the federal farm board while Haucke championed its policies U S Census Shoivs Gain of 17018999 Population of Country for 1930 Is Set at 122729615 WASHINGTON Aug G Continental United States had a population of 122729615 on April 2 this year The first complete compilation of the nations population was made posrible today when a single town ship in eiearfield county Pennsyl vania which had been missing was reported The returns were compiled from official reports of the district su thruout the country The totals however are subject to re vision in the census bureaus an nouncement which is expected soon The nations total population with its outlying possessions numbers 137502303 persona as 14772688 occupy the various territories and island dependencies Largest in History The total population increase in he 48 states and the District of olumbia in the 10 years was 7018999 the largest numerical rowth of any decade in its history Outlying possessions add 14722 88 making a grand total of 137 01561 The percentage of increase over he last census was 1G1 per cent The two states topping the list ii CEN BETS TO WORK ON NEXT TASK Iowa Expected to Lose Two Seats in Lower House IITASHINGTON Aug port to Smith in the 1928 campaign had another chapter added in Vir ginia Thomas G Burch attacked Representative Joseph Whitehead for his attitude toward Smith and defeated him for the nomination in the fifth district Smith Wins Nomination Howard Smith who failed to get the approval of the Virginia anti Turn to InRc 2 Column Hot Wave Goes Eastward Crops Not Out of Danget rain came to the from Alexandria chief executive just across the Potomac from the capital Food for humans as well as cattle was asked Turn to 2 Column I Markets at a Glance Maybe it aint stylish when I fix a big dinner ri company I want to see ie men lean back an let Fneiv belts nut a notcb when lossert comes 150 Are Injured in Com munal Outbreak Mos lems Shot by Hindu LONDON Aug 6 Kar achi dispatch to the London Daily Herald today said that 12 persons were killed and ISO others injured during an outbreak of communal rioting at Sukkur northwestern India A Lahore dispatch to the Daily Mail said that 11 Moslems had been shot dead and four wounded by a Hindu in connection with a com munal outburst at Hissar Punjab The slayer was said to be a notori ious robber for whose capture the government has offered a reward Delhi Church Burned DELHI Aug 6 Johns Catholic church was destroyed by fire resultingfrom a lightning bolt The loss was estimated at Most of the furnishings were saved NEW YOKK Stocks Weak pivotal shares yield on professional selling Bonds Firm high grade issues advance narrowly Curb Steady price changes small in dull market Foreign exchanges Irregular European in special demand Cotton Steady unfavorable weekly weather Sugar Higher trade buying Coffee Steady European cover ing CHICAGO Wheat Strong bullish weekly weather and foreign buying of fu tures Corn Strong bullish weekly weather and unfavorable Iowa and Illinois advices Cattle Steady to lower Hogs Steady to higher SOVIET ORGAN FAVORS REBELS Asks Communists of Whole World to Support Reds of China MOSCOW Aug 0 mouthpiece of the communist party today sounded a clarion call to the proletarian masses and communist parties thruout the world to support the Chinese revolution In each factory or enterprise and in every port of the world the pa per said there should be estab lished committees for enforcing the policy of hands off the Chinese rev olution Declaring that two large Ameri can munitions plants and all the capitalistic countries of the worU are supplying the Chinese reaction ary generajs with munitions and money Pravda urged the workers in all these countries resolutely to oppose all shipments of munitions to carry on the active revolutionary work among the soldiers of their own countries and to mobilize the masses against imperialistic inter vention in China Drought Relieved in North Iowa South Still Dry CHICAGO Aug 6 cen ter of the heat wave had apparently shifted to the east today leaving the citizens of the midcontinent less uncomfortable but the crops still in danger Scattered showers and cooler winds brot some relief to middlewest erners who had sweltered in SO and 100 degree temperatures for weeks The rainfall was small in most cases however not enough in itself to bring any real break in the drought Hot in Washington The corn crop already damaged to an alarming degree was still in a precarious state where a few more days of real heat would mean the loss of millions of bushels The soil badly parched in most sections was in no condition to withstand another siege of sun and wind The real heat news of yesterday came from the east where Washing ton reported a maximum tempera ture of 102 degrees Philadelphia 93 and New York 92 Chicagos millions spent the most comfortable night in weeks with the mercury aronml 72 after a total pre Tnrn to Iain 1 Column 8J Prisoners Enter Race Fight Over Ball Game NFW YORK Aug G group of prisoners at Welfare islanc faced disciplinary action today a the result of a riot between 40 while and Negro inmates over us of the baseball field Twentyseven prisoners were in jured seven seriously None of th prisoners escaped during the fray G Dividing up 135 scats in the house of representatives so eacb state will have an equitable share of members on the basis of its 1P30 population today occupied experts of the census bureau The secretary of commerce has been directed by congress to submit on the first day of the December session a compilation of the popula tion of the states and the number of members to which each is en titled under the method known as major fractions That method roughly applies the principle of counting as a unit any remainder more than half and the dropping of a remainder of less than onehalf 2G Seats Affected Application of this method to the first complete preliminary census figures indicated today 20 scats would be affected in the coming re apportionment Twenty states prob ably will lose one or more members numerical gain were vith an increase of 2224328 and California with an Increase of 2 215421 Threeothersgained more than a million each Michigan 1149949 Texas 1147455 and Illinois 1145 003 Onl Montana Decreases one Montana showed 2000 CAPTIVES Slaying of Chinese Follows Capture of City of Changsa SHANGHI Aug C so dispatches today reported ommunists executed 2000 Chinese ifter capturing Changsha last Tuesday In addition 4000 Chinese vevo missing from the wealthy Hu mn capital many sections of which vere looted and burned the dis patches said The Chinese were be ieved either murdered or kidnaped by the invaders An official government dispatch rom Nanking asserting provincial roops had reentered Changsha was received here willi great reserve ric situation there and ut Hankow threatened by advancing red armies was considered grave Additional warships were being rushed to the red zone by foreign governments whose decisions to re inforce the Yingtse river patrol was hastened by further outrages against their nationals Eleven whites were known to have fallen victims of communists since last Wednesday Six American and throe British sailors have been wounded in skirmishes betsvcen bandits and gunboats on the Siang river near Changsha Dispatches continued to tell o communist depredations thruout the YangUe valley Report from widely separated areas in Hunan Hupeh Kiangsi and Fukien provinces said numerous red bands numbering from a few hundred to 10000 pil laged towns and spread terror vir tually unopposed loss of 15370 people in the 10 years California was the fastestgrow ing 646 per cent gain The census showed this countr to be more citified than ever before In 1900 there were but G8 cities or more than 100000 Inhabitants Now there are 91 cites of more than 100000 inhabitants The cities numbering 10000 in creased from approximately 700 to about SOO in number Iowa ranke nineteenth among the states with a population of 2107900 In 1920 it was thirteenth with 2 338121 Ten states are expected to gain the 2fl seats Legislatures in the states affected will have lo rearrange their congressional districts before the election 1932 The first actual census total which still Is subject to final revision by the census bureau showed re apportionment figures somewhat different from those calculated by committee before You can say one thing for the gangster He doesnt bring disgrace to some church organization when hes Times There was more horse sense on the highway in Ihe old days but the horse had Times HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOURS YET HAWKS OUT TO BREAK RECORD Flyer Leaves Wichita on Westward Trip to Los Angeles WICHITA Kans Aug G TV Capt Frank Hawks refueled here today on his westward dash across the continent for a new New York to Los Angeles flight record and took off at a m for Albu querque N Mcx bis next refueling stop The flyer arrived here at 1133 a m frfim St Louis making the trip in two hours and three minutes Captain Hawks landed at Lam bertSt Louis field from Columbus Ohio at a m C S T today he refueled and took off at for Wichita He started at 4 a m C S TO from Curtiss field New York He planned to reach Los Angeles in about 14 hours making three o more stops enroute for fuel He said he expected to reach his destination about 2 p m Iowa time and be on the golf links at the Hollywood club with his father and three bus iness associates by 3 p m Town time He wore his golf togs and car ried a bag of clubs He arrived at Port Columbus Ohio at a m today two hours and 48 minutes after he left Curtiss field He refueled there ami left for St Louis at reapportionment law was adopted California to Get California calculated by the com mittee to gain six scats would be entitled to nine bringing her dele gation to 20 Michigan would gain four additional members Thus the rapid population these two states alone would give them half of the 2G memberships expected to be shifted Other shifts from committee cal culations were seen in New York imd Ohio The limpire state had been slated for tlie Joss of a mem ber but unusual population gains probably will entitle her to two ad ditional seats The Buckeye state on the other hand probably will gain but two of its estimated in crease of lliree members On present figures Iowa is ex pected to lose two members reduc ing its congressmen to nine Steward Drowned and Yacht Sunk in Crash COWES Isle of Wight Aug G IP steward was drowned and a racing yacht the Lucilla owned by J Lauriston Lewis was sunk in n collision at the start of the royal regatta events today King George aboard the Britannia witnessed the tragedy PARENTS OF BOY and Mrs Paul Phillips announce the birth of a boy James Edward Mrs Phillips was formerly Dorothy Tiede clerk a the Charles Kraus store If Mason City is to have lights for Roose velt stadium it will be necessary to prove to the school board that the investment is jus tified The directors of our educational system have taken an entirely reasonable position Their job is to expend wisely our tax dollars It has been found that the stadium can be equipped for night football and the various other activities which coukl be staged there for about The junior division of the Chamber of Commerce is now engaged in a campaign to dispose of 1000 season football tickets for 3 apiece There has been a ready response on the part of persons approached but the goal lias not yet been reached This is written in the hope that many per sons who have not been seen by a solicitor will wish to cio their bit The charge for one season ticket covering almost a doxcn high school and junior college games is the same as for one Big Ten gridiron contest Besides the usefulness of Roosevelt stadium in the life of the community will be greatly in creased If you wish to give encouragement to this movement to boost Mason City why not send your check for to Robert E Finlayson First National Building Mason City Sioux Falls Mayor Fights Recall With Counter Injunction SIOUX FALLS S Dak Aug 0 George W Burnside i fighting with court injunctions the efforts to recall him as head of Sioux Pulls city government When the mayor charged thai fraud and misrepresentation wen used in obtaining names for the re call petition Circuit Judge L I Flceger late yesterday signed a tern porary injunction retaining Walte C Leyse city from filing the petition and presenting it to th Wea IOWA WEATHER Tartly cloudy Wednesday night and Thursday slightly warmer in rentm portion Wed nesday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock Wednesday morning Maximum Tuesday Minimum in Night At 8 A M Truce of ICain Tuesday was an ideal day to fol low such a rain as fell over Norlii lown in the early morning Tlie days high lemerature was only 13 degrees under UiU of the previ ous day and 10 degrees under Hun days in the early morning Wednesday a dense fot came into existence to be banished by a bright sun in the early fore noon   

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