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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 25, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas ILY PAI Edited for the Home COMP MARLON E R HIS MEM ART OEPT OF IOWA OES MO INES I A VOL XXXVII FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THE NEWSPAFEK THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS i J AnTrYRTTT OK 1QOA UUJUrJcjK 19du ESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 14 Heflin Faces Real Scrap Veteran Senator to Fight Battle on His Own By CHARLES P STEWART 4SHINGTON Oct 25 Ex perienced politic ians almost all say that no can didate lor elective office ever be lieves he can be beaten until he IS beaten Personally I doubt this There must be excep tions It cant be pos sible that ex Gov Jonathan M Davis really thinks he stands a ghost of a show to take Senator Arthur Cappers toga away from him this year in Kansas that C O Harris is not certain Senator Morris Sheppurd will lick the stuffing out of him in the Lone Star state Naturally candidates dont ADMIT that they will be beaten but they must know it sometimes I AM QUITE prepared however to agree that Senator J Thomas Heflin may err as to the lead pipe cinch which he appears to feel that he has one reelection in Alabama Tomtom has waged so many cam paigns In his nearly 40year pub lie career that one loses count try ing to foot up the total number of them without ever once taking a trimming Such a series of triumphs is calculated to convince any man of his 100 per cent invincibility If therefore John H Bankhead does trounce him for the senate in November it is readily conceivable that Tomtom will be in all sincer ity the most astonished Ku Kluck of the present autumn thruout Dixie SUCH IS THE disagreeable awak rfn for Cotton Thomas that tbe flVl democrats ore predicting get away with the new 1 they argue fights all have been pom is to say fights limself and rival demo when he has won his rivals have pitched in and state f eleot himAnd elected of course he as a Ala bama But now John H Bankhead is the democrat and Tomtom is merely the opposition candidate The situation has been so turned around that vir tually the senator is in the position Turn in race 8 Column BLAST VICTIMS Alsdorf Observes Deep Mourning as 216 Coffins Are Lowered ALSDORF Germany Oct 25 1F of 216 victims of Tuesdays coal mine disaster were buried here today while the town observed deep est mourning and all business ceased The flower covered coffins were lowered into four parallel trenches Protestant and Catholic services were read The burial took place in a special cemetery as the local one was too small to hold all the bodies Fifty caskets bore no nameplates because their inmates were too mangled for identification With yesterdays deaths the total list of dead stood at 262 of which 46 were buried in neighboring vil lages where they had their homes AUNT MET By Robrrt Quillen When a man o Bills age decides he needs a stenog rapher what he needs is fe male company that wont walk out on him while hes talkinV LOOT BANK AT ST BENEDICT Rule of Brazil Military Junta SHELLKILLS ABOARDGERMAN SHIP 1HARBOR Casualties Thot Mostly Spaniards Bound for Argentine BULLETIN PERNAMBUCO Brazil Oct 25 Juarez Tavora commanding the northern revo lutionary army today notified the federal garrison comman der at Bahta that he himself was not yet ready to take or ders from tho military Junta which has taken over the gov ernment at Rio de Janeiro BERLIN Oct 25 re ceived at the Brazilian legation here today said that 20 persons were killed and 35 were injured on the German ship Baden when it was shelled yesterday as it attempted to leave Rio de Janeiro Most of the casualties were said to have been Spanish immigrants bound for the Argentine It was stated that the Brazilian revolutionary authorities alleged that they had intended the shot merely as a warning and had hit the ship accidentally The ship carried a large number of third class passengers BRAZIL IN CHAOS RIO DE JANEIRO Oct 25 Political chaos spurred by na tionwide uncertainty developed to day to rend the camp of the revolu tion victorious in a coup detat which yesterday unseated Brazils retiring president Dr Washington Luis The armed conflict which has raged on three major fronts for the past three weeks was stilled mom entarily but a situation stillpre vailed which charged with thi tenseness of rival political person alities may plunge the nation into furthev sanguinary conflict In tUis capital a military junta in charge temporarily proceeded with formation of a provisional gov ernment the officers composing it meeting far into the night in an effort to nominate a slate of offi cials to take over the administra tion The junta adjourned its meet ing finally just before dawn after having reached decision on only one office that of minister of justice which goes to Gabriele Bernardes May Talto Charge Meanwhile dispatches from head quarters of the southern revolution ary army located at Ponta Grosss state of Parana said that Getuho Vargas the rebel southern army generalissimo president of the state of Rip Grande Do Sul and defeated nationalist presidential candidate in the recent elections would take charge of the provisional govern ment Lindolfo Collor insurgent repre sentative at Buenos Aires is flylitf to Porto Alegre today to meet Or Osvaldo Aranha acting pnsident of to Tage 8 Column 6 FOLUWlSHES OF OTIS WINGO Republicans Will Not Op pose Widow of Arkansas Solon LITTLE ROCK Ark Oct 25 lines were erased In Ar kansas today as democrats and re publicans united in observance of the last wish of the late Represen tative Otis T Wingo to have his widow succeed him in the house of representatives where for 18 years he represented the fourth district Two letters written a few hours before hisdeath In Baltimore re quested that in event of his death Mrs Wlngo be accorded the demo cratic nomination for both the un expired and two year term The leUers were made public last night by Ira D Dulaney of Ash down a life long I friend One was addressed to Mr Dulaney and the other to the democratic state cen tral committee Republican leaders immediately announced Mrs Wingo would be un opposed AIELLO SLAIN FROM MACHINE GUN NEST Associated Press Photc Joe AeUIo one of the lost surviving Capone enemies In Chicago gangland was riddled with ma chine run bullets fired by ambushed assassins Thru the windows tit left the death stream was directed across the street at Al61Io as he emerged from an apartment liulldlnjr TO HIGH COURT Goat Gland Specialist Seeks to Regain License to Practice TOPEKA Kans Oct 25 Dr John R Brinkley goat gland specialist and independent candidate for governor of Kansas has carried into the United States district court his fight to regain his recently re voked license to practice medicine and surgery Upon application of Dr Brinkley yesterday Judge John C Pollock directed members of the state board of medical registration and exami nation and Attorney General Wil liam A Smith to appear at a hear ing in Kansas City Kans Nov 10 They are ordered to show cause why a temporary restraining order should not be issued against the boards recent order revoking the Milford Kans physicians license on grounds of gross immorality and unprofessional conduct 87 German Miners Entombed by Blast SAARBRUECKEN Germany Oct 25 Eightyseven miners were entombed today by a fire damp explosion in the Maybach colliery near here Five injured were taken from the shaft Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Oct paper every morn ing tells of a big gathering and prominent men who have spoken on bet ter times If chambers of c o m m e reel give some worker a Job instead of some speaker a din ner there would be no unemployment There has been more opti mism talked and less practiced than at any time during our his tory Every millionaire we have has offered a speech instead of keeping still and offering a job Our optimism is nil at a ban quet table where everybody there has more than they can eat Yours WILL ROGERS FOOTBALL SCORES Iowa State Kansas 1st 2nd 3rd Flna Notre Dame Pittsburgh Illinois Michigan Army Yale Navy Princeton Wisconsin Purdue Games FIRST PERIOD Alabama 0 Arandy 0 North Carolina State 0 Miss A M 0 Mississippi 0 Chicago 0 Simpson 0 Ohio VVcsleyan I Columbia 0 Williams 0 St Lawrence 0 Syracuse 6 Nebraska 0 Montana State 1 Drake 0 Missouri 0 Centre 0 Northwestern 12 SECOND PERIOD Holy Cross 0 Brown 6 Dartmouth 7 Harvard 2 Fordham 7 N Y IT 0 Carnegie Tech S3 Western Re serve 0 FINAL Fiirman Freshmen 0 Georgia Tech Freshmen 12 Notro Dame Reserves 7 North western Reserves G Moorhead Teachers 45 Mlnot Teach ers 0 Colgate Freshmen 13 Columbia Freshmen 0 Plan Christening of English Royal Infant LONDON Oct 25 Margaret Rose infant daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York will be christened Nov 30 by the Arch bishop of Canterbury in the private chapel in Buckingham palace Coste and Bellonte Fly Plane to Le Bourget LE BOURGET France Oct 25 Dleudonne Coste and Maurice Bellonte flying the same plane in which they crossed the Atlantic to America landed here at p m after a short flight from Havre A of thousands was on hand to greet them ABELLO KILLING THOT FIRST OF GANG EPIDEMIC May Have Put Stop to Plot Against Capone CHICAGO Oct 25 assas sination of Joe Aiello wealthy alcohol king and foe of Alfonso apone was viewed by police today s a possible forerunner for further ayings in Chicagos gangland Be ef was expressed by them that eorge Bugs Moran reputed part er of Aiello who was shot down rom ambush on the northwest side ast Thursday may be the next tar et of machine gun bullets In this connection the Chicago erald and Examiner said today hat Aiellos death halted a well rganized plot to slay Al Capone newspaper added that the po ce had been Jntormed that one of he conspirators believing the plot fail tipped off a Capone icnchman and the killing of Aiello iollowed While the police were in the midst of their investigation of the Aiello death John Alcock acting police commissioner made good his threa of a month ago to give the depart ment a shaking up by orderinf thetransfer of two captaiiia and 8 of fleers Headded other shakeup was In the offing Pasqualc at whose home Aiello had been hiding and who fled after the shooting con tinued to keep his whereabouts se cret as police sought him in the be lief he could throw some light on the assassination The police were also confronted ivith another of John Guida described as a minor hood lum whose body with a bullet wound in the head was found in a 3aloon Joseph Liobrock reputed owner of the place was arrested He was suffering from bruises leading jolice to conclude that Guida might lave been slain as a result of a brawl in the saloon Pouring Rain Mars Rites of Royal Couple Ceremony Brief But Impressive Mass Omitted ASSISI Italy Oct 25 their own gay wedding attire and that of their party drenched by rain and hail Princess Giovanna and Czar Boris III of Bulgaria were married today in the upper basilica of the Church of St Francis here before a gatheringof kings princes and some of the most notable folk of Europe The marriage ceremony was brief but impressive The low mass which was scheduled to follow the cere mony was omitted at the last moI ment and no mass at all was said ARMED BANDITS RIFLE TILL OF IN CASH Employe and Customers Locked in Vault of Bank Oct armed bank robbers Saturday morn ing entered the Peoples Savings bank at St Benedict a few miien from Wesley and after forcing n bank employe and two customers into a vault escaped with in cash Descriptions of the men were obtained and officers in surround ing towns notified The robbery occurred about oclock Saturday morning The two men shabbily dressed anci wearing caps entered the bank for the couple one of whom is a ious Roman Catholic and the other loris a member of the orthodox or Greek Catholic church Wedding Party late Had the wedding been held at forced to lie on the floor 10 a m as had been planned Tako One was masked and both bran dished revolvers Miss Eleanore Rahm was the only employe in the bank when the robbers entered She together with a customer John Killian K and R oil driver at Wesley and John Ros kops a director of the bank were would have passed off without un jleosant incident and the storm which blew up just before 11 would Th robbers rifled the cash draw ers and took out Then they forced the three persons into the have found the entire party at the vault and turned the combination Villa ConstanzJ safely beneath roofs for the wedding breakfast As it was the three royal trains bearing the wedding party from Pisa arrived nearly an hour and a The three prisoners got out only after they broke the combination from the inside of the vault Mr McCraay wno was hauling a load of grain saw the robbers halE late and as Princess Giovanna I leave the bank but did not get tho attired In beautiful white stepped 1 the car they droyeThQ from car1 cai waa a peted platform a heavy drizzle com menccd Many Drenched top C P Rahm cashier wag out of the hank when the robbery oc LONELY GROVE Many Questioned in Death o 15 Year Old Girl of Detroit DETROIT Del 25 man was held for questioning today in connection with the death of 1 year old Alice Collier whose body Was found in a lonely grove near Telegraph and Van Born roads in Wayne county yesterday The girl had been missing since Aug 2 Indications were that she had been dead almost since that time The man held for questioning is Albert Dodson 22 a neighbor of the Colliers He was arrested for investigation shortly after the girl disappeared but later was released Dodsons police record shows two other arrests one for disorderly conduct and one on a statutory charge but no convictions NAVY TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE Elaborate Program Arranged for Ninth Annual Navy Day WASHINGTON Oct 25 Open house for the general pub lic will be observed Monday the ninth annual navy day at naval es tablishments and aboard war ves sels along the countrys seaboards Sponsored by the navy league of America an elaborate program has been arranged with a view to per mit the people to know more of their navy as it is and it com memorates the birth of Theodora Roosevelt and his devotion and un derstanding of the American Navy Troops Take Supplies and Food to Refugees of Floods in Mexico MEXICO CITY Oct 25 columns of troops one from Tnm pico and the other from Tux Pam today were making their way to ward Alamo with medical supplies and other equipment for the inhabi tants caught in the floods of Tues day An army commander has tel egraphed that hundreds were drowned but Tin Pnm reports today said the figures probably were ex aggerated Wisconsin Bandits Get in Bank Holdup WEBSTER Wis Oct 25 Two young bandits held up five per sons in the Burnett county State bank here today forced them to lie on the floor took approximately 51000 and escaped after locking their victims in the vault Closed cars were substituted for I bank is cap the open tonneaus it had been ltallzed for S10000 Tho St Benedict bank robbery today was the twentieth in Iowa this year three of which netted the planed to use for the drive along the streets lined with troops to the church At the basiliclas portal an umbrella was held out for Giovanna who Is a pretty blond girl of 22 but no others Including some of the highDerby Clearance association lost est royal figures of Europe were S900 when a bantllt apparently in not afforded even this protection1 rr and many were drenched By the time Boris arrived at the church the rain had turned to hail and he and his suite were badly battered Climaxed Romance The audience which included King Victor Emanuel and Queen Helena parents of the bride the former Czar Ferdinand of Bulgaria father of the bridegroom former Queen Sophie of Greece and 54 princes and princesses were wit Tum to Toffo 8 Colnmn Markets at a Glance NEW YORK rregular weekend realizing checks advance domestics move quietly Brazilian strong profit taking easily absorbed CHICAGO fine weather in Canada and small September ex ports lower Argentine cables and prediction larger Receipts to lower BANKS ROBBED IN IOWA Date Jan 3 Jan 20 Feb 7 March 7 March 7 June 24 lime 21 Tune 24 July 24 luly 28 Sept Sept 9 Sept 15 Sept 18 3ept 18 Del Oct Dot Oct 20 5 2 3 18 25 Bank State Trust and Savings Farmers Savings brink Leeds State bank Goodell Savings bank Winterset Savings bank Calumet Savings bank Union Trust and Savings Oxford Savings bank Waldorf Savings bank First Federal State bank Bank of Luverne Farmers National bank Ottumwa Savings bank Carroll County State bank JSxchange bank Peoples Savings bank Clearance association Savings bank State bank Peoples Savings bank Location Amount Taken Quimby Garnavillo Sioux City Winterset Calumet Strawberry Oxford VValford Des Moines Luverne Henderson Ottumwa Carroll Wesley Hardy Derby Rodney West Point St Benedict 7800 2000 10000 2287 2500 1300 Point 12000 Unsuccessful 1800 3800 5500 1000 30000 Unsuccessful 750 900 Unsuccessful 600 3000 toxicated entered it Oct 2 Cashier Opened Fire Charles Montross 22 farmers son the next day attempted to rob Rodney Savings bank but was unsuccessful when the cashier opened fire on him The youth wounded drove to his home about 10 miles away and there committed suicide The total loot in bank robberies his year now approximates 000 of which the 530000 obtained n the robbery of the Ottumwa Sav ings bank Sept 9 was the greatest portion Loot obtained in some of the banks has been recovered by the capture of the bandits IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy nnd somewhat warmer in east and central portions Saturday night Sun day mostly cloudy slightly colder In extreme cass portion possibly showers and cooler In northwest portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday fi7 Minimum In Night 82 At 8 A M Saturday 37 The upswing of the mercury con tinued Friday to a new high since the afternoon of Oct 15 Saturday morning the south wind a bright sun forecast a further march up the column WEEKS FORECAST Weather outlook for the period Oct 27 to Nov 1 For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys Showers probable near beginning of and again towards close moderate temperatures beginning of week cooler in south portion middle of week rising temperature toward end For the northern and central great plains Some showers at beginning of week and again during latter half moderate temperature first half of week except cooler over middle plains somewhat warmer latter   

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