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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 22, 1930, Mason City, Iowa j Notre Dame i Northwesternm 1st 2nd Srd Final Iowa State I Drake 1st 2nd 3rd Final 0 f MARLON H I 5 Wt M o t p T or r c s fO i R AflT o v A e S I Nebraska i Iowa 1st 2nd 3rd Final Harvard Yale 1st 2nd 3rd Final Minnesota Wisconsin 1st 2nd 3rd Final North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home HOME THE NEWSPAPEU THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOUS VOL XXXVII FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRES3 LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 22 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NQ 39 CoOperate Says Galpin Word Is Extended to Include Its Social Meaning By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON Nov 22 CPA hen Dr Charles J Galpin of the agricul ture department urges better co operation among farmers he means social co operation Usually it is cooperative mar keting that agri cultural econo mists talk about Dr Galpin in dorses that too However his particular job is to help the farm er and his family to lead the broad est ancj possible lives In fact the division of farm pop pulation and rural life is the doc tors especial niche in the depart ment of agriculture THE task of the farm population A and rural life division is the shaping of country living conditions the country in its way as desirable a place to inhabit as the big cities Some critics argue that Dr Gal pinsplan of accomplishing this end ifadopted by farmers generally wil spell the finish of country life alto gether doctor answers that they mis aderstand him Their theory is tha wants farmers to move In from r theAlarms and Mddle In settle ments dren No such thing says the doctor I dowant community advan for farm folk but withou abandonment of a single farm use A COMMUNITY continued th economist needs ade i cjuate umbers to afford worth while advantages but it no longer need to he packed into small compass r In the old days it did The rura community of two or three decades Tnm to Page 2 Column SORDER RU 15 Life Sentences 2 Dead in Iowa Bank Holdups KOSSUTH MAKES COUNTY T 19 Year Old Webster City Youths Sentenced to Anamosa A LGONA Nov 22 The state of Iowa today held a score of 15 life sentences and two dead in its war against bank bandits The dar ing perpetrfrtors of the 21 bank holdups in the state this year had something less than 580000 on their ledgers Iowas peace officers added two life sentences to their list yester day when Emory Brownfield and Lyle Barton 19 year old Webster City youths pleaded guilty to the robbery of the Peoples Sav ings bank of St Benedict Nov 14 They were sentenced to life im prisonment in the state reformatory PROGRAM FINAL CONFERENCE ACT Adoption of Forward Look ing Plan on Child Health Expected WASHINGTON Nov 1 President Hoovers child health and protection conference came today to its final act the adoption of a for ward looking program For two days the harmony of its meetings has been threatened by conflict over the childrens bureau but those directing the conference work hoped to reach a successful conclusion with no open hostilities In the final general session The reports of the various sec tions summaries of everything agreed upon by the committees were first on todays program The conference leadership sug gested that all matters still in con troversy be left untouched in these presentations to be studied and dis posed of by a continuation commit tee which will take up where the present assembly leaves off Third In Row The tallies were the third In row for Kossuth county officials They scored last on Oct 30 when they obtained a life sentence for Arthur Rosenmeyer of St Benedict who pleaded guilty to implication in the robbery of the bank of Lu verne Aug 20 Kossuth county officials also were instrumental in obtaining th arrest at Minneapolis of Lawrence Dagen Roserimeyers companion several months ago Dagen was dentified as one of the Luverne mndits but was sentenced by Min nesota officials for a bank holdup n that state Brownfield was arrested at his Webster City home Thursday Bar ton had been arrested at La Crosse Wis the night previous They wert questioned for several hours before they finally confessed Refuse Details Officers today refused to revea the details of their confessions to indicate whether they revealed the Identity of a third companion in the St Benedict robbery Two youths entered the bank there last Friday the second tlmi in 20 days the Peoples Saving bank had been robbed A thin waited for them in an automobil which they abandoned after the fled with a posse in pursuit whei the machine burned up near Cor with The automobile had been stol en officers said Sheriff L E Hovey said toda that Brownfield and Barton woul not be taken to Anamosa reforma tory until next Week AUNT MET By Robert Quillen I dont blame Henry for bein proud o his family tree The way he sprays you when he talks it must o been a grape fruit MACHINE GUNS GET GANGSTERS One Killed Instantly and An other Dies in St Louis Outbreak ST LOUIS Nov 22 Gan warfare flared again here today Lester Barth and Dewey Goebe principals in a reputed split in th Cuckoo gang being shot with mn chine guns from a passing automo bile as they sat in their parked cars Barth was killed instantly an Goebel died several hours later Witnesses said that as the tw men sat in their cars a seda passed slowly with five men in who poured a heavy machine gu fire at the gangsters parked ma chine Police said they had been in formed recently by underworld tp sters that Barth and Goebel wer suspected by Cuckoo gang member of leading a machine gun attack o a Cuckoo distillery near Valmeye HI two months ago in which Pet McTlgue Cuckoo gang leader an another man were killed and tw others were wounded STATES THAT GAIN AND LOSE CONGRESSMEN CELEBRATION OF History of Transporta tion Unrolled in Parade Man Placed Under Arrest Shoots Self CRESCO Nov E L Bradley has announced that no in quest will be held for the death ot Soreue Joergeson 35 who killed himself late Thursday night follow ing his arrest on a charge of steal ing chickens He shot himself on the farm of Tom Dargan 3 miles east of Riceville DES MOINES history iof Under figures compiled by tho census bureau under the 1030 census 11 states will gauv Beats In the seventythird congress while 21 will Jose Blnelc showsigam wWto TSlirnvs lossj3Ua4e3 BQ cjjQggQt r Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Nov I know is just what I read in want ads I see where they say Wall street is com ing back Yep coming back for more They figure p e o p le about had time to save up an other little dab Thats one good thing about the rascals tho they always give you warning when they are coming There ought to be some way figured out just what it takes to support that whole gang in the manner in which they are ac then charge every body in the U S so much and deduct it from their salary That would eliminate all speculation and everybody would know just where they stood Yours WILL ROGERS MARRIAGE MUST BE PROVED LEGAL Sioux City Woman May Not Get Monthly Alimony CHICAGO Nov 22 Mrs Muriel Keane Hanford can win separate maintenance and monthly alimony from her Sioux City millionaire husband Arthur S Hanford Jr she must prove they were legally married She came to Judge Daniel P Trudea court today asking that the divorce she obtained April 27 1920 from Robert Emmet Keane the ac tor be dated back to render her subsequent marriage to Han ford Eight days after Judge John P McGoorty indicated the divorce would be granted she was married to Hanford at French Lick Springs Ind she testified The decree how ever was not signed until May 28 1928 and Hanford In opposing her plea for separate maintenance al leged that their marriage was In valid Before her second marriage Mrs Hanford said she held a vaudeville contract at 850 a week David T Alexander attorney for Mrs Hanford cited precedent and asked Judge Trude to date the di vorce decree back to the day when Judge McGoorty ordered it drawn Judge Trude indicated he would rule on the plea Mondav Storm Bound Motorists in Dakota Saved Snow Plow Rescues 40 Marooned in Tar Papered Hut CHICAGO Nov 22 winter snows still buried some sec ions of the northwestern plains states today while details were re counted of a storm rescue of 40 persons from a storm jound tarpapered hut in North Da kota Their rescue was effected by the crew of a snow plow which dug a path to the hut five miles from Mandan N Dak The huts oc cupants had been forced to abandon their automobiles and remain for 24 Ijoura in the small dwelling their only available shelter A number of women and children were among the rescued None of them however suffered any ill effects of their ex perience Forced Way Over Roads Their plight was discovered by several men wTio had been able to force their way over the snowcov ered roads to Mandan Meanwhile conditions in other sec tions of North and South Dakota and western Nebraska were some what nearer normal today as a re sult of communication repairs anc there was time to take stock of the damage done Wire and power of ficials in North Dakota figured damage to their lines would be be tween 5250000 and Worst in 22 Years The storm was the worst Novem ber snow fall recorded in North Da kota in 22 years pioneer residents Tom o Page Z Column FIRST PERIOD Army 6 Urslnus 0 Vest Virginia Wesleyan 7 Du quesne 0 Georgetown 0 Vlllanova 0 Albright 7 Western Maryland 0 Temple 6 Carnegie Tech 0 Jostort University 0 Boston Col lego 7 N Y U 0 Rutgers 0 olo 0 Holy Cross 7 Maryland 0 Navy G urdue 6 Indiana 0 SECOND PERIOD W 3 0 West Virginia 0 Bucknell 0 Fordham C Detroit 0 Michigan State 0 THIRD PERIOD Michigan 9 Chicago 0 FINAL Wisconsin B IS Michigan B 6 Wounds From Bandit Guns Prove Fatal to Atkinson Illinois Man ATKINSON III Nov 22 John Carlson 42 died today o wounds inflicted by a gun in th hand of a holdup man who with a companion sought to rob a filling station here last night Carlson was shot three times a he lunged at the holdup pair Jess Maroney in charge ot the station and Charles Vorkuysse witnessed the shooting The bandits escaped in an auto mobile FOOTBALL EXTRA Complete accounts of all Sat urday football games will be car ried in a special edition of the GlobeGazette sold on the streets at 7 oclock FOOTBALL EMBASSY PROBES MEXICAN AFFAIR American Held at Border on Gold Smuggling Attempt Charge WASHINGTON Nov 22 The state department today direct ed the American embassy at Mexico City to investigate the detention at the border of Theodore Douglas Robinson farmer assistant secre tary of the navy on a charge of at tempting to smuggle gold from Mexico The instructions went forward after the American consulate at Nogales had reported on the inci dent Secretary Stimson said action by the department will depend upon what the embassy reports Nov 22 transportation in Iowa rolled along Des Moines streets in pageant today as thou sands of the states good roads en thusiasts celebrated the completion of 1040 miles of paving this year For a mile and a half the parade of vehicles dating from the time of the Indian sledge down to the finest of the 1930 automobiles extended A dozen bands representing high schools colleges and American Le gion posts were in the line of march The onehprse shay the single seated buggy of the honeymoohera oijpost bicycle counterpart the eariyinooela ol the American were ex hibited as thousands lined the streets to watch Opened By Parade The parade opened a monstrous celebration of citizens from all parts of the state who invaded Des Moines to participate in a program which will have its climax In a ban quet of leaders in the movement to lift Iowa out of the mud Included In the parade was a truckload of antiquated road maps collected from thousands of persons in Iowa The guides to mud trails of former years all made obsolete by a road system which now boasts nearly 3500 miles of pavement were destined for a gigantic bonfire between the halves of the tradition al Iowa StateDrake football game here this afternoon Led by troops of cavalry and ar tillery from Fort Des Moines the parade moved rapidly with Legion drum and bugle corps from Rapids Newton and other cities playing prominent roles Rands Tnhe Part High school bands from the four Des Moines schools were included together with the Drake and Iowa State college musical organizations Covered wagons stage coaches and prairie schooners saved for his torical purposes from the day when they were the aristocrats means of transportation were In the line pf march One prairie schooner weak ened by age was carried on a mod ern truck A Coriestoga wagon 130 years old the sporty covered carriage which the rich man of former years used the hrougham landau spring buggy and all the other types of horsedrawn vehicles were on hand Old collegiate flivers and auto mobiles dating from all periods from 1900 to 1930 were included Joergeson was arrested late that eveningby Sheriff Tolloff Johnson and was to have been brot to Cres co for trial Before leaving the Dargan farm with the officer he re quested permission to go to his room in an outer building to change his clothes leaving Dargan and the sheriff outside While in the room Joergeson shot himself Dr Walker of Riceville was notified and the wounded man died soon after the doctors arrival Joergeson is survived by a young daughter living at Riceville and two sons at Waterloo No information has been received as to funeral ar rangements STALIN MURDER REPORTS DENIED BY SPOKESMEN Cablegrams Call Story of Soldier Mutiny False MOSCOW 17 S S R 3VOV 22 rumors of the past few days of trouble In Russia were declared by soviet officials this afternoon to bo ut terly rldlculuous inventions by enemies of tlio regime across borders Theoffclals stated that rlga rumors that Joseph Stalin had been murdered weretoo silly even to warrant denial UNITED STATES AT 12277 Searchers Go Into Mountains to Find Abducted Teacher FORT MORGAN Colo Nov 22 searching party was organ ized today to brave snowheaped mountain highways in an effort to rescue Miss Enid Marriott missiny Wiggins Colo school teacher whom authorities believe is a pris oner in some secluded mountain cabin Officers who said they had acquired new and valuable infor mation have accepted the theory that the girl was kidnaped Sunday night and is being held for ransom Attend Convention LYLE Minn Nov nnd Mrs R J Rick have left for Min neapolis where they will attend a buttermakers convention AMMELISNOT MUCH INJURED No Fractures Shown Follow ing Smashup of Chicago Blue Flash PANAMA Nov 22 Roy W Ammel broker and vei cran flyer of Chicago stretched himself today and discovered that he was not so badly hurt when hln plane the Blue Flash did a ground loop yesterday as he had supposed AHno suffering contusions about the left shoulders and clavicle the spine and chest an xray showed no fractures and his physicians said that he was not injured beyond bruises and shock from his crack up which occurred as he was tak ing off on a nonstop flight attempt to Chicago Captain Ammels plane had rolled 500 yards down the runway with iti heavy fuel load when it bogged into a water hole and nosed Into the frround breaking into three parts California Leads Others in Increase During 10 Years WASHINGTON Nov 22 1930 population of the United States is This figure was announced today by the census bureau as the final total of the compilation it started at the beginning of the year All revisions have been completed The census report shows the num ber of Inhabitants of the 48 states increased in the preceding decade by 1706412G or 161 per cent The 1920 population vas 105710020 California Trends In the column showing the per centage of increase by states was a key to several Important trends of the past 10 years Leading in this table was California with 657 per cent Florida on its heels with 516 both showing the pull of cli vmtlc attractions Third with 32 per cent was In Michigan center of the fast growing automobile Indus try Fourth was Arizona with 30 3 New Jersey had 281 suggestive of the shift from metropolises to adjacent suburban territory Texas 249 and North Carolina 239 pointed to the southern advance in Industry and agriculture Oregon had 218 a symptom of the west ward shift New York ninth In rank had 212 i Tie for Tenth For tenth place West Virginia and Louisiana tied at 181 per cent California led also In total gains adding 2250330 inhabitantswhile Turn to IttRn 1 Colnmn LONDON Nov 22 Reports ol serious disturbances in soviet Russia persisted in the capitals of Europe today despite repeated de nials by Russian spokesmen The most important of tho re ports was contained in a Reuters dispatch from Riga Latvi hotbed of eastern European rumor that in effect head of the soviet gov ernment was murdered in Moscow yesterday Tass the soviet official news agency answered the report with cablegrams saying all rumors of M Stalins assassination were malig nant and absolutely xmfoundcd in ventions The same cablegrams de nied other reports of mutiny of red soldiers and wholesale arrests of prominent leaders and said they were designed by antisoviet lead ers to divert public attention from the forthcoming trial of Ramzin and other wreckers Printed Alleged Confessions This reference was to tho eight prominent Russians who less than a fortnight ago were indicted for counterrevolutionary activity The government inspired press printed their alleged confessions that they had plotted with Raymond Poincaro and Aristide Briand of France Lord Churchill Sir Henri Deterd ing and Lawrence of Arabia of Great Britain and other prominent persons to bring about intervention in Russia The soviet charges were considered by those concerned as too fantastic for denial The Associated Press bureau in Berlin attempted to reach its Mos cow bureau by telephone yesterday Turn o Inicn 2 Cnlnmn Markets at a Glance NEW YORK Stocks Heavy profit taking Bonds Irregular domestics steady small losses on realizing CHICAGO strong foreign markets and decreased world visible good feeding de mand and higher cash market to lower IOWA WEATHER Generally fair Saturday night nnd Sunday Not much clianga In temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures fo 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 8t minimum in Night 29 At 8 A M Saturday SI The wind was in the northwest Saturday having brot a wave ol colder weather The thermometer sank to a new low since the balmy weather that started two weeks ago WEEKS FORECAST Weekly weather outlook for the period beginning Monday For the upper Mississippi and lower Mis souri valleys Generally fair ex cept possibly snow extreme north portion at beginning and close of week temperatures near normal except somewhat above north por tion at beginning and close of week For the northern and central groat plains Generally fair most of week temperatures nenr normal south portion mostly above north portion
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