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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 10, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home u o M r1 HARLOM E R H J S W E M S A R T DEPT OF IOWA DCS MO I A VOL XXXVII CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE NEWSPAPKK THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 28 1970 Census Is Outworn Next Election to Be on Basis of New Figures By CHARLES P STEWART Nov 10 t The house of r e p r esentatives which the voters have just chosen is the last one that the United States will have elected on the 1910 population basis The next one will be elected on the 1930 census basis There should have been a re v If apportionment fe as they call it on the 1920 basis but that one was skipped It was skipped because it was evident that reapportionment would euchre a lot of representatives out of their jobs and those who considered themselves in danger wanted to the evil day as long as they could By ignoring 1920 they did manage to postpone it 10 years Had they dared they would have postponed it another 10 but the constitution re quires a decennial reapportionment and they lacked the nerve to defy tha constitution twice HOWEVER the fight isnt ended jyet only scattered Hitherto it has been one big battle royal here in Washington over congress scandalous unconsti tutional delay in readjusting the states respective proportions of rep resentation to suit their varying rates of growth Now it is due to resolve itself into a multiplicity of little battles raging one each in most of the state legislatures ALL that remains for Washington to do belatedly voted reapportionment is to notify each state how many representatives entitled to under the new ctisus r w next steg is to set the TurntoPage 8Column CHARGED WITH LINCOLN HOLDUP Dewey Berlovitch Des Moines Arraigned for Robbery LINCOLN Nebr Nov 10 charge of robbing the Lincoln Na tional bank was lodged in municipal court here this morning against Dewey Berlovich Des Moines Berlovich who has been in jail here since being brot last Friday from Chicago where he tried to sell worth of stolen bonds was to be arraigned this afternoon State Sheriff W C Condit said this morning that thru Berlovich a total of 528500 worth of bonds stolen from the Lincoln bank in a robbery Sept 17 had been recov ered or located He declared also that Berlovichs story of having received worth of bonds from Earl Laws on in Des Moines to help pay an old debt had been discounted No such pedson as Earl Lawson Condit as serted could be located Post Sponsors Dance CHARLES CITY Nov shall A Shannon post American Legion Is sponsoring a dance to be given Armistice night in Ellis audi torium Barts Victorians will play AUNT HET By Robert Quillen It looks like a sore thumb can get in the way moren anything else unless its a man hangin around in the kitchen LOCAL CAR CRASH Austrian Fascists IN GOVERNMENT LOSE MAJORITY eats in Parliament Christian Socialists in Second Place to LeftWing WIENNA Nov 10 V fascists gained their first firm footing in the nationalrat lower house of parliament today Mount ing returns from yesterdays gen eral elections showed that they had captured eight seats in the body They previously had no direct repre sentation Their seats were gained by virtue of a clause in the Austrian election laws which permits proportional representation providing one man date or seat is actually won by ma jority For a while it appeared the fascists would not capture this sin gle seat but a plurality over other parties in a styrian constituency gave them the necessary valida tion for other parcels of ballots which totalled sufficient for an eight seat representation The least enviable vote in the new parliament will be that of the Chris tian socialists who for 10 years have practically governed Austria unchallenged but now are returned to the house with only G6 members formerly talcing second jlace left wing group which now has Former Chancellor Sohobers nomic bloc containing the old pan German party and the peasants party procured 19 seats The stand ing1 in the old parliament was Chris tian socialists 73 socialists 71 pan German 12 peasants 9 FRANK PORTER DIES AT CLARION Fall on Sidewalk Is Fatal Rites Will Be Held on Wednesday CLARION Nov Por ter 67 who died Monday morning from cerebral hemorrhage caused by a fall Saturday night will be buried Wednesday morning follow ing services at 9 oclock at St Johns church the Rev W J Tor pey officiating Mr Porter who had been in good health recently never regained consciousness after the fall on the sidewalk He was born Jan 25 1863 In Monticello and came to Clarion in 1882 He was married to Kathryn Russell at Belmond in 1884 Four children survive They are Mrs D L Morris Blue Earth Minn Mrs C A Roper and Louis and Francis and Leo Clarion One sister Mrs John King Edgewood died five years ago Three brothers D A and Joe Minneapolis and W J Clarion are living Mr Porter was u member of the Knights of AMMEL REACHES PANAMA FIELD Chicago Airman Completes NonStop Journey From New York FRANCE FIELD Panama Nov 10 Roy W Amme Chi cago broker and flyer arrived at France field at p m today completing at 2270 mile flight from New York The American airman making the first nonstop flight from New York to Panama was greeted by Lieut Col James A Mars com mandant at the airfield The flight took 24 hours and 34 minutes Plans OneStop Flight PITTSBURGH Pa Nov 10 UP J Austral ian flyer was preparing today to start tomorrow on a onestop flight from Pittsburgh to Havana Cuba She planned to take off from Butler airport if favorable weather conditions are MOVIE STARS ISSUE ULTIMATUM WALSH CLAIMS SOVIET AIMS AT WORLD REVOLT Jniversity Man Talks Before Committee on Reds Its this group of motion picture artists who havo stirred up all Hollywood by charging that FoxWest Coast picture theaters aro trying to dictate to the makers of motion pictures just much they shall pay lor pictures rcgraaiess of who makes them how much effort has gone into their creation or how much the public appreciates them The players uncl producersabove members of the United Artists have declared they will show their pictures in tents rather in FoxWest Coast theaters They arc left to rightAlJolson Mary PlcUford Ronald Colman Gloria Swanson Douglas Fairbanks Joseph Schenck Charles Chaplin Samuel Goiawyn andEddie Cantor FoxWest Coastdenles all the charges ASK NAVAL AID TO FIND FLYERS 2 Aviators and 4 Passengers Lost in Northern Canada PEINCE RUPERT B C Nov 10 airplanes sent to search for Cnptain Renilmn und two airmen who vanished Oct 28 wero themselves missing o day Flight Lieutenant Phin ney and Flying Officers Dunhip failed to report after takeoff from Comox Vancouver Island Saturday noon SEATTLE Nov 10 west aviation interests joined hands today in a new effort to wrest from the north the secret of the disap pearance of two flyers and their four passengers in northern British Columbia A meeting in Seattle last night of 15 men prominent in northwest aviation circles resulted in the deci sion of Capt Zeno E Briggs acting commandant of the Bremerton navy yard to telegraph for naval aid The navy department in Washington D C was requested to send a squadron of amphibian planes from the San Diego base to search for Robin Renahan and E J A Burke pilots and their four companions At the same time Senator C C Dill Washington dispatched a mes sage to Secretary Adams asking the navys cooperation The Canadian government was asked to permit American naval flyers to enter and leave Canadian territory during the search without the usual formalities Meanwhile the planes now searching in the northern British Columbia coast continued their reconnaisance Markets at a Glance NEW YOKK Standard Oil of New Jersey breaks below 50 all but gilt edge domestic continue decline oils and utilities at new Jows CHICAGO reduction Canada tn pool price and weak stock mar ket fine weather and weakness Buenos Aires to lower of U S War Staff Dead Impressive Military Ceremony Planned at Arlington WASHINGTON Nov 10 Gen Tasker Howard Bliss war time chief of staff is dead ending more than half a century of service of his country The soldierstatesman succumbed early Sunday morning to an intes tinal illness several days after the physicians attending him at Walter Reed hospital had given up hope of saving him He was within six weeks of his seventyseventh birth day He will be buried Wednesday at Arlington escorted to the grave by a group of distinguished soldiers and sailors whose names with his were on every lip during the World war Plan Impressive Rites Gen John J Pershing Admiral W S Benson Admiral Hugh Rod man Maj Hugh L Scott William Crozier and Brig Gen Stanley D Embrick together with Newton D Baker former secretary of war and Col E M House will be his honor ary pallbearers Funeral services probably will be held at the Washington cathedral and plans were being made today to give him the final tribute of an im pressive ceremony including a mili tary cortege of more than 1000 men His death brot immediate tributes from military leaders General Pershing said He lived his life in fulfillment of the motto Turn to 1nRe 8 Column if GANGSTER Sam Hunt Reputed Member ot AI Capones Mob Held CHICAGO Nov 10 Hunt reputed member of the gang of Alphonse Capone and one of more than a score men named In vagrancy warrants was arrested by detectives last night as he stood in a south side drug store sipping a soda Hunt once suspected police said of trying to slay Leo Mongoven bodyguard for George Bugs Mor an north side gang leader and foe of Capone refused to explain his presence on the far south side ex cept to say he had gone to a moving picture show He was taken to the detective bureau for questioning to day JURY TO DECIDE IN TUNNEY CASE Court Denies Directed Ver diet in Case Against For mer Champion NEW YORK Nov 10 sel for Gene Tunney who retiree as heavyweight boxing champion o the world with close to 52000000 t7 show for his ringcareer tried once more and in vain today to obtain dismissal of the 5500000 breach of contract suit brot against him by Timothy Mara When Supreme Court Justice Hat ting declined to direct a verdict for Tunney counsel began their sum mations and the court announced the case would be given to the jury before night Mara claims half a million dollarb of Tunneys pugilistic earnings for services he contends he gave the exchampion before he won his title from Dempsey in Philadelphia in 192G 17ASHINGTON Nov 10 V The assertion that the Soviets veyear industrialization plan was esigned to bring about such dis istrous economic conditions as to ccomplish a world revolution was made today by the Rev Father Ed mund Walsh vice president of Georgetown university in testimony efore the house communist com mittee Father Walsh who was with the American relief commission in Rus ia several years ago said the so iets planned to create worldwide conomic depression by dumping nto the world markets products of enslaved labor Reads From Boole He read from a book by G T rinko creator of the five year in dustrial plan which said that the five year plan is an important part of the offensive of the proletariat of the world against capitalism itis a plan tending to undermine capi talist stabilization it is a grea plan of world revolution He said tno o hadlssueof decrees authorizing the government to send workers into the mines and forests to produce without any compensa tion coal and lumber for export Subsidies Cost 5100000 The educator presented to the committee a copy of a book written by Gregoire Bessedowsky formerly charge daffaires at the soviet em bassy in Paris revealing how he was to be sent to the United States presumably for trade relations but specifically to promote communist IOWA MAN KILLS BOY THEN SELF Shooting by Marshalltown Man Follows Arrest Attempt KANSAS CITY Kans Nov 10 Maddox 29 of Mar shalltown Iowa shot and fatally wounded his stepson Merle Neagle 10 and then killed himself yester day as county officers attempted to ijreak down his barricade in a farm house with tear gas bombs Maddox sought refuge in the home of Mrs Richard Perkins a relative when he was hunted by official who wanted him on a statutorj charge for an alleged offense against his 14 year old stepdaugh ter MaddOK took his stepson with him to the Perkins home and threat ened to shoot anyone who came near the house A warrant was taken to the house by David Kepler who wher warned of Maddox threat callet Kansas City police William McMul len chief of police and 10 deputies went to the farm home After the police attempted to per suade Maddox to surrender with out trouble they fired two tear gas bombs into an upstairs room Two shots were heard and Chief McMul len climbed to the room where he found Maddox dead on the floor The boy was critically wounded and died on the way to a hospital The boy and the stepdaughter police said were children of Mad doxs estranged wife Mrs Nellie Maddox Will Rogers SANTA MONICA Cal Nov has offered sug gestions as to what is the matter with the world I just got one to offer and then I will shut up Its inventors that put us where we are today T h er e a i nt enough jobs to go round Why be cause every lazy man in the world has invented something to knock others out of work and fix himself financially so he wouldnt have to so Mr Hoover appoint a last commission and if they hear of anyone inventing something or even thinking of inventing something stop em With fourfifths of the world earning their living by work we honor men that invent things to knock cm out oE work Yours WILL ROGERS propaganda The book said annual subsidies or soviet activities in the United States amounted to while the cost of maintaining military and naval spies was 550000 annu ally FRAUD CHARGES MADE IN CHICAGO Police Reports on Tuesdays Election Are Under Scrutiny CHICAGO Nov 10 reports on last Tuesdays election n Chicago were under scrutiny to day as a result of charges of fraud The charges were made by Chief Justice Harry Olson of the munici pal court who asked the states at orneys office for an inquiry as serting that if police reports were true the election was the most fraudulent Chicago has had in 50 years Judge Olson a republican was one of the candidates defeated for the municipal court PLAHES SEARCH FOR 5 LOST AT SEA 18 DROWN Coast Guardsmen Hun Bodies Off North California WEST PALM BEACH Fla Nov 10 A churning white capped sea today hid the fate of Ive men who disappeared as the barge Northern Light sank in a storm that harassed shipping along a wide expanse of the Florida east coast Sarch by air was ordered continued in the dimming hope of Affecting a rescue Beached by a raging surf the tug Messenger was in a precarious po ition near Jupiter while two other vessels gripped by the pounding proceeded northward at reatly reduced speeds The Northern Light enroute rom Tampa Fla to Wilmington Car with a cargo of phosphate n tow of the tug Ontario of Mo bile went down off Carys Fort eef yesterday The Ontario picked ip only J Stewart of the barges rew of six The barge companys office al Mobile gave the names of the miss ng as John W Heath master C 3 Pittman of Mobile K Legg ad dress unknown R S Watson Mo bile and L Bodden Tama JOHN ADAMS IN ACCIDENT FATAL TO IOWA COED 3even Others Killed as WeekEnd Takes Its Death Toll OHN ADAMS of Mason City was the driver of a car which crashed nto a ditch near Davenport early unday morning and fatally injured Rowc 18 of Ottumwa Adams is at a Davenport hospital recovering from a broken baud and a number oE bruises and cuts Thomas B e v e r idge son of Dr Bev eridge of Muscatine and president of Beta Tlieta Pi fraternity and Miss Melba John Ailiinis Coontz of Garden City were seriously rijured in the crash All are stu ents at University of Iowa The machine skidded off the road into a ditch and turned over The party was returning to lowu ity after visiting friends in Dav enport TANKER AGROUND SAN FRANCISCO Nov 10 While a waning storm tossed wreck age of the lumber schooner Brook yn at their feet coast guardsmen searched today for the bodies of 18 men who went down with the little Tur nli Pnsc 8 Column Amelia Putnam Have License Are They Wed Woman Aviator Says Not for Many Years NEW YORK Nov 10 Amelia Earhart first woman to fly the Atlantic and George Palm er Putnam publisher and explorer have obtained a license to wed but whether the ceremony lias been per formed was n mystery to their friends today Henry P Bailey town clerk of Noank Conn and Probate Judge Arthur P Anderson concurred in statements that a license had been issued to the couple and Judge An derson said he had waived the five day notice of intention required by Connecticut law Bailey said the li cense was issued Saturday Denies Wedding Miss Earhart who was in Wash ington today on business In con Turaio rose B Ceivxoa A A Adams River heights father of John left fox Davenport as soon as he learned about thu crash Sunday He telephoned Mrs Adams Sunday night that the boy was resting well but that he would probably remain Inthe hos pital a more Mrs Adams was on tt Inthe day Seven other lowans met violent deaths and several are in hospitals today following a series of accidents in the state over the weekend The dead James H Lantr 58 Perry killed in explosion Martha Speaks 17 Dubuque struck by train Allison Abbott 36 Colorado Springs Colo roll from train Ernest Bade 22 Waverly auto low crash John Graves 22 Grundy Center cilled in auto accident Carl Roemfg 18 Amana killed in auto accident Axel Adolphson 67 Burlington uto crash Adolphson was killed Sunday fternoon while riding on the run ing board of an auto driven by ugust Krekel The auto collided vith a Missouri car south of Bur ngton Explosion Fatal An explosion or a gas tank caused ne death of Lantz who was pre arlng to solder the tank The orce of the explosion propelled his ody almost out of the building Miss Speaks was struck by an II nois Central passenger train as she vas walking along tracks near Turn tn Pngo 8 Column 0 SKt Wea IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy Monday and Tuesday Slightly ivnrmcr In tho eust and cooler In the ex treme west portions Monday night Colder Tuesday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 2t hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Maximum Sunday 67 Minimum in Night 38 At 8 A M Monday SO Figures for like period ending at oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday GG Minimum in Night 33 Sunday afternoon saw a new high mark for the present November The mercury in the GlobeGazettes weather shelter touched 67 which was 1 degree higher than on the previous afternoon A temperature only slightly lower was in the mak ing Monday morning m m m 1 II lit dM I i   

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