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SUBMARINE TYPES
UNDER WIRY
Navy Board Discusses Con
struction Authorized Un
der London Treaty.
By the Associated Press.
The type of submarine which the
Navy is to build under the London
treaty has been under discussion by
the Navy General Board for the past
month, it was learned today, with em
ehasis in the studies placed on num
ers rather than size of the vessels.
Naval opinion has held submarines
of the past not entirely successful —the
6-boats, of about 800 tons displacement,
have proved too small to be of value
with the fleet; the V-boats, of approxi
mately 1.900 to 2,700 tons, are excellent,
but so large they reduce too greatly
the number which now could be built
within treaty tonnage.
Vessels “Over Age” Listed.
► A total of approximately 39,000 tons
Os submarines become over age within
the life of the treaty, or at the close
of 1936. Those which do not become
over age are 9 V-boats and 11 S-boats,
totaling 26,900 tons, 7 of the 9 V-boats
already are built or building; the other
2 are appropriated for. The treaty per
mits 52,700 tons of submarines. The
board thus has nearly 26,000 tons with
in which to determine the type of sub
mersible which most efficiently fills its
needs, and yet allows enough vessels for
all practical purposes.
New Designs Considered.
A number of new submarine designs
have been considered. It is understood
now that the submarine most favored
Is one which displaces approximately
1,000 tons. Should this type be ap
proved soon, construction might be un
dertaken, using the appropriations
made for the V-8 and V-9.
Should a tonnage between 1,000 and
1,500 be accepted for future submarines,
the Navy could build approximately 20
vessels within the 26,000 tons. With
• V-Boats and 11 S-boats, the Navy
would be equipped with 40 effective sub
marines on December 31, 1936, the date
of expiration of the London naval
treaty.
German Officers Sail for IT. S.
HAMBURG, Germany, October 8 (JP).
—German cavalry officers, including a
team of four, headed by Baron von
Waldenfels, with their mounts, sailed
for America from here today on the i
liner Cleveland. While in America they |
will compete in riding tournaments in
New York and Boston.
Special notices.
THIS IS TO NOTIFY THE PUBLIC THAT ,
I have sold my confectionery business known i
as Emmetts, located at 5335 Georgia are. !
n.w.. this city, and I will not be responsible |
lor debts after September 20. 1930. date of
sale. (Signed) EUGENE EMMETT, 385 Rock
Creek Church rd. n.w. •
NORTH BEACH. HD.. SUCTION. !
Polls will be open at Pythian Temple, *th
•t. bet. K and L sts., Thursday. October 9.
1930. from 1 P.m to 9 p.m.. for the registra
tion of those desiring to vote in the coming
election.
C. R. MURRAY. Clerk. 8«
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Shareholders' Meeting.
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, ahareholders of Merchants Bank and Trust!
Company will be held at its main office. No.
143$ H street northwest, in the City of Wash- I
ington. District of Columbia, on Monday, the
20th day of October, 1930. at 3 o'clock, p.m . i
for the purpose of considering and determl
rung by vote whether an agreement to con- ,
solid Bte the said company and Federal-
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cated in the City of Washington. District of
Columbia, under the provisions of the laws
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confirmed, and for the purpose of voting
upon any other mattera incidental to the
proposed consolidation of the said Federal-
American Nations! Bank of Washington and
this company. A fcpy of the aforesaid
agreement executed by a majority of the di
rectors of the Pederal-American National
Bank of Washington and by a majority of
the directors of this company, providing for
tne consolidation, is on file at the main office
of this company. No. 1435 H street northwest.
Washington. D. C., and may be Inspected
during business hours.
The books of the company tor the trans
fer of stock will be closed October 13. 1930.
at 13 o'clock noon.
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President.
Dated September 13. 1930
FEDERAL-AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF
WASHINGTON.
Shareholders’ Meeting.
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call of Its Directors a special meeting of the
shareholders of the federal-Amerlcan Na
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northwest, in the City of Washington. Dis
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°The books of the bank for the transfer of
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13 o’clock M. ______
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President.
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LUBITSCH AND EX-WIFE FIGHT
AT FAIRBANKS-PICKFORD BALL
Director, Slapped After Tilt With Hans
Kraly, Film Writer, Says Rival Deserves
100 Years’ Marriage to Former Mate.
By the Associated Press.
HOLLYWOOD. Calif., October B.
A fisticuffs exhibition between Ernst
Lubitsch, prominent motion picture di
rector, and Hans Kraly, film writer,
which enlivened a ball given by Douglas
Fairbanks and Mary Plckford here last
Saturday night, apparently had reached
the simmering stage today.
Lubitsch and Kraly, once close
friends, met at the grand opera per
formance here last night and acquaint
ances said many glares were exchanged.
Face Reported Slapped.
Mrs. Helene Lubitsch, divorced wife
of the director, accompanied Kraly to
the opera. It was Mrs. Lubitsch who
ended the Saturday encounter between
her former husband and Kraly with &
resounding open-handed blow to Lu
bitsch’s face. She accused the director
of jealcusy and said he did not want
her to have other men pay attention
to her
Lubitsch, confirming reports of the
battle, said he struck Kraly because the
iCLAYTON DEFENDED
BY CITIZENS’ BODY
Columbia Heights Approves
Views Expressed on Gas
Rates at Public Hearing.
The Columbia Heights Citizens’ As
sociation last night Joined in the de
fense of William McK. Clayton, chair
man of the Federation of Citizens’
Association Committee on Public Utili
ties, and Indorsed the action of the
federation in upholding him for his
stand at the Public Utilites Commission
hearing on gas rates, at the first Fall
meeting of the association in the Co
lumbia Heights Christian Church last
night.
| The association also adopted a reso-
I lution urging the association’s delegates
to the federation to support Mr. Clay
ton for president at the coming elec
tion.
| The adoption of the resolution last
night followed remarks by F. M.
i Barnes, chairman of the Columbia
: Heights Public Utility Committee, who
declared: “What we need is a new
president of the federation.”- Mrs. Mar
garet Hopkins Worrell, third vice presi
' dent of the association, said, “There is
no doubt that there are factions down
there who want to down Mr. Clay
ton.”
Charges Faced by Clayton.
! The federation's action in supporting
I Mr. Clayton followed charges by the
! Federation’s Executive Committee that
! Mr. Clayton had overstepped his au
| thority in representing the federation
at the hearing on the gas rates.
| Last night’s meeting was the first one
! this season of the Columbia Heights
Association.
' Resolutions of sympathy over the
death last June of Leo Simmons, a for
mer president of the association, and
the recent death of Cmpt. Robert E.
Doyle of No. 8 police precinct were
adopted. W. I. Swanton, W. W. Adams
and J. M. Boteler were named a com
mittee of three to draw up resolutions
to send to the family of Capt. Doyle.
Community Needs Outlined.
A resolution was adopted asking that
a light be placed along Twelfth street
between Clifton and Euclid streets, fol
lowing the assertion that there had
been a hold-up in that section. A reso
lution also was adopted asking addi
tional fire plugs for the Columbia
Heights section and another urging that
public busses be forced to drive up near
the curb when taking on passengers.
Other resolutions adopted Included
one asking that four additional assist
ant field real estate assessors be pro
vided the tax assessors’ office, and that
legislation be enacted requiring that
true consideration be given in all trans
fers of real estate by sale, in order that
the assessor may have accurate sale
data for making an equitable annual
assessment of property in the District of
Columbia.
H. H. McKee, chairman of the Com
mittee on Taxation of the Bankers’
Association on General Welfare, spoke.
He drew s figurative picture of grave
dangers he sees lying ahead, due to
mass production and consequent con
trol of affairs generally by groups and
so-called “captains of Industry," if the
general public does not take care to
watch and exercise its civic rights at
the polls
Fire Prevention Discussed.
An address in connection with “Fire
Prevention week” was delivered at the
• meeting by Deputy Plre Marshal C.
; Achstetter. Mr. Achstetter told of the
many steps taken by the Fire Depart
ment to prevent fire, such as inspec
tions of private and public buildings,
theaters, hospitals, etc.
! A. F. Wooley. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
H. Mcllnay, Robert E. Doyle, Jr.; Her
man Hunt, Thomas P. Moore, Samuel
Alexander, E. H. Russell and William
, H Coneby were elected to membership
In the association.
Fascist! Honor Marconi.
ROME, October 8 (JP). —Signor Gug
lielmo Marconi yesterday was made a
1 member of the Fascist Grand Council,
' the supreme governing body in Italy,
succeeding Tommaso Tittoni, formerly
of the Academy of Italy.
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THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNEbLAY. dioLiH 8. 1930.
writer and Mrs. Lubitsch taunted him
and ridiculed his dancing.
Kraly declared, “I don't know what it
is all about.” He denied he had broken
up Lubltsch’s home, as the director
asserted.
Not Sure of Wedding.
Commenting on reports that she and
Kraly would be married some time in
the future. Mrs. Lubitsch said she was
not sure that she would wed the film
writer, declaring “only time will tell.”
Mrs. Lubitsch's divorce was in the
form of an interlocutory decree, granted
two months ago. Kraly, also married
previously, said he expected any time
to receive word from Berlin that his
wife, from whom he has been separated
seven years, has obtained a divorce from
him.
Lubitsch asserted Mrs. Lubitsch had
told him she and Kraly intended to be
married.
“I shall send them a marvelous wed
ding present,” the director declared. “I
hope they are married 100 years. He
deserves it.”
AIR CORPS RESERVE
WILL TEST ITS PILOTS
Only 863 of 3,018 Officers on List
Have Full Rating as Airmen,
Survey Shows.
In an effort to eliminate deadwood
from the Air Corps Reserve, the War
Department is making an effort to rate
every Reserve pilot on Its roster accord
ing to actual flying ability, it was an
nounced today.
Os the 3,018 Air Reserve officers hold
ing heavier-than-air pilot ratings, 2,155
have the junior airplane pilot rating
and only 863 hold the higher rating of
airplane pilot, according to a survey just
completed.
“Undoubtedly,” said MaJ. Gen. James
E. Fechet, chief of the Air Corps, “many
of our 2,155 junior pilots are capable
of passing the more stringent flight
tests and receiving the airplane pUcfe
rating. SoAe of them are engaged in
commercial aviation and are very cap
able pilots, but are neglecting to apply
for the higher rating.”
PATROLMAN’S PISTOL
TAKEN IN POLICE STATION
Theft of Weapon Adds to Indigni
ties Suffered by Chicago Peace
Officers Recently.
By the Associated Press. ,
CHICAGO, October B.—The police
are having a rough time of it, what
with people robbing the Detective
Bureau of confidential papers and even
holding up the wife of Mayor Thomp
son, and now somebody has stolen
Patrolman John Thornton’s pistol.
It happened right at polioe head
quarters. He laid it down for a minute
and when he looked for it. it was gone.
He has complained to the police.
He thinks maybe a policeman took it.
MISS GEORGE DIVORCED
Stage Star Charges Film Actor
With Beating and Death Threat.
By the Associated Press.
LOS ANGELES, October B.—A di
vorce has ended the second marriage
of Mrs. Gladys Clare Erway, known on
the stage as Gladys George, and Ar
thur Benjamin Erway, film actor.
Mrs. Erway, testifying she lived In
terror, said her husband beat her and
threatene dher with a gun.
The couple were married twice, once
in Alameda County, March 31, 1922,
and in San Luis Obispo, August 3, 1922.
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that while cleaning and whitening
the teeth, Pebeco is giving a sense
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ALLEGED GAMBLER
BLAMED IN MURDERS
Police Claim Confession After Girl
Companion Makes State
ment.
By the Associated Frets.
KANSAS CITY, October B.—Erie
Varble, alleged confidence man and
gambler, today faced filing of first de
gree murder charges against him for
the slaying last Sunday of Jess Trow
bridge and Oldom Jeffries.
Police said Varble had made a verbal
confession of the double slaying last
night after being shown a signed state
ment of the affair by his companion,
Miss Lillian Rice.
In hen statement Miss Rice said the
gambler had found Floyd Thompson in
her apartment early Sunday morning
and had wounded him dangerously.
She said she left Thompson in the
apartment and went on a drinking
party with Varble, which ended when
their car was crowded to the curb of
s boulevard by the coupe driven by
Jeffries and Tro\*)ridge.
Varble fired upon the occupants of
the car, Miss Rice’s statement con
tinued, killing one of the men and
wounding the other fatally.
B. H. Thurman, chief of detectives,
who said Varble's confession substan
tiated the statement by Miss Rice,
quoted the gambler as saying:
“I don’t know why I did it except I
took no chance when their car crowded
me to the curb.”
Fifteen Hurt in India Riot.
MADRAS, India, October 8 UP). —Fif-
teen persons were seriously injured at
a riot in a town near here yesterday.
The trouble broke out In connection
with a religious procession. Details
were lacking.
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SMOKING BAN LIFTED
SWARTHMORE, Pa.. October 8 <**>.
—The rule against smoking by women
at Swarthmore College was repealed
last night by the board of managers
of the institution.. The petition of the
Women’s Student Government Asso
ciation that provision be made for
co-eds who smoke was referred to the
Faculty Committee.
The Faculty Committee had recom
mended to the board that the women’s
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Organizations, Manufacturers, La*
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Meet State Officials.
By the Associated Press.
SPRINGFIELD. 111., October
Gov. Louis L. Emmerson yesterday
called a conference to study means of
providing employment for Illinois
workmen. Representatives of labor, in
dustry, charitable and civic organiza
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employment conference with State
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from San Rossore today to begin to
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