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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 21, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home EDITION VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PEK COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY APRIL 21 1930 UNITED PRESS AND iNTERNATlpN AL NEWS SUPPUCMKATAL SEUVICE Robinson Feels Urge Senator May Be Talked of as White House Occupant By CHAKLES P STEWART ASHINGTON April 21 CPA Joseph T Robinson of Arkansas has i had democratic presidential aspi rations for some time That is to say he aspires to the honor if anyi of his partys nomina tion in 1932 How he feels about liia election chances if nom inated w n 6 knows than that ac cording to politi cians a candidate always believes himself bound to win Two years anda little over is quite awhile ahead Nevertheless Senator Robinson will be returning from Europe short ly covered with his share of the glory of the London naval confer ence This is sure to stimulate in terest in him considerably Natural ly his friends will make the most of it to broadcast him presidentially if they can not that Joe will try to discourage them Thus the Arkansan is due to be talked about hencefor ward for at least a couple of twelve months to come so maybe it is not too soon to give him the once over after all JOE ROBINSON it is not disre spectful but absolutely necessary to call him Joo rather than sen ator to distinguish him from Sen ator Arthur R Robinson of Indiana Turn o Page 3 Column CAPONEMES FLORIDA ESTATE Leader Wants Oppor tunity to Live Peace fully MIAMI April 21 ar rived quietly under protection of a federal injunction Alpbonse Capone Chicago racketeer was back at his Palm Island estate today for a rest which I think I deserve He came by a train from Chicago and was met by his attorneys He look a 13 year old nephew who ac companied him and his young son for a speedboat ride on Biscaync before they returned to his resi dence An injunction granted by United States Judge Halstead L Rittcr cleared a path thru Florida for Ca pones approach to Miami by re straining sheriffs of 20 counties from molesting him without a war rant Governor Carter previously had issued instructions to all of states sheriffs to arrest Capone and escort him to the state line should he appear in Flodida I have no interest in politics neither in Chicago nor Ca pone said and I am here for a rest which I think I deserve All that I want is a fair break I have done nothinginviolationof the law in Miami and will not All I wish is to be left alone and enjoy the home which T have purchased here To Have Summer Work OMAHA Nebr April entyfour courses in 14 fields of regular college and graduate work will be offered by the Creighton university in the summer session beginning June 18 Registration will lie June 16 and 17 AUNT NET By Robert Quillcn Ever woman haw seasons b humility when she looks at her husband an feels thankful for him cvci if he is like that THUMBS PARKER London U S DUEGATES WILL BE FIRST TO SIGN TREATY Experts Long Argument Over Prepare to Go Home LONDON April 21 ment was made at St James palace this noon that the last plen ary session of the five power naval conference would be held at a m tomorrow The treaty drawn up here a three power limitation pact with some five power sections will be signed at that time On the strength of the announce ment the American delegation here happily concluded their sailing ar rangements for the trip back home aboard the Leviathan which may be held at Southampton until Wed nesday morning for them Most of the delegation were in their quarters superintending pack ingafter the three months in Lon don while Colonel Stimson bade farewell to his country home at Stanmore and said goodbye to his staff there Americans First to Sign The American delegation will be the first to sign the historic docu ment Colonel Stimsbn as its head leading off The powers will sign according to their English alphabetical order America France Great Britain Italy and Japan Following Colonel Stimson will be Ambassador Dawes Secretary Adams Senator Robin son Senator Reed and Ambassa dors Gibson and Morrow The treaty drafting committee took final survey of the treaty this forenoon and pronounced their work done Ambassador Morrow the American member of the commit tee announced after the meeting that everything was set for the signing tomorrow Draft Is Approved LONDON April 21 heads of the five delegations to the naval conference met today and formally approved the draft treaty which was then senL to the printers Those present were Secretary Stimson Prime Minister MacDon ald Reiiiro Wakatsukl Ambassa dor Flenriau of France and Am bassador Bordonaro of Italy The two ambassadors officiated in the absence of their chiefs Foreign Minister Briand was en route to London today from Paris while Dino Grandi the Italian for eign minister and chief of delega tion will not be present for the signing Grandi was ill when he last returned to Rome and was said still to be suffering from his indisposition It was stated that the full text of the treaty would run about 16 000 words Treaty Is Ready for SignaturesSENATE GROUP HIGH ALTITUDE CROSS COUNTRY FLIGHT A P PUBLISHERS HEAR STiSON SLIGHT FROST DUE FOR IOWANS Vegetation in Danger of Being Nipped Says Weather Report DES MOINES April 21 Tender vegetation especially in the lowlands stands a chance of being nipped tonight the DCS Moines weather bureau stated in forecast ing freezing temperatures The cold wave whcih is expected to touch Iowa is coming from the North Dakota region lft31 ItlOtO As navigating assistant Mrs Churles A Lindbergh actively assisted her husbiind in the couples onestop flight across the country ending Sunday at dawn in New York Tho pair flying from Los Angeles completed the distance In 14 hours W minutes tmd 27 seconds Onistop was inside nt Wlchilu Kans This colonels monoplaneis shown ilmve ROBBERS TAKE SI 2000 IN GEMS Clerks in Waukegan HI Jewelry Store Bound and Gagged WAUKEGAN 111 April 21 Robbers escaped with more than 12000 in jewels and cash today after holding up the Sallon jewelry story on a busy downtown corner The two robbers gagged and bound two clerks and then scooped up sev eral diamonds and jewels worth 12000 and 250 in cash ONE DEAD TWO HURT IN SHOOTING North Dakota Farmer Fires on Pair Then Shoots Himself DRAYTON N Dak April 21 T triple shooting on the John Peterson farm near here today claimed the life of a woman and re sulted in the wounding of two men both prohbaly fatally Andrew Anderson a neighboring farmer killed Mrs Peterson au thorities were told then turned the gun on Peterson Ha was wounded probably fatally The slayer threatened the 36 year old Peterson boy with death but changed his mind assuring the youth he would not kill him He then shot himself and physicians said he probably would die Anderson came to the Peterson farm ostensibly to purchase seed wheat and after asking for the grain began shooting officers who could ascribe no motive for the slaying said improperly Prepared Pork Kills 5 Persons PLACERVILLE Cal April 21 caused by eating improperly prepared pork today has claimed the lives of five per sons all members of a picnic party at which homemade salami was served several weeks ago Two of the victims died yester day They were Irene Maar 25 and Louise Wunsclinll JG Others who died from the disease were Airs Louis Wunschell 15 her daughter Frieda 13 and George A Wun schell her brotherinlaw Seventeen other persons were made 111 IOWAN71GOES ON TRIAL FOR SHOOTING RIVAL 3 of Capone Croivd Are Found Slain CHICAGO April 21 Blur Hour saloon no stranger to gang murder saw a triple slaying early Easter morning One man entered the speakeasy tossed a dollar bill on the bar and ordered beer Two minutes later he ran out the beer untouched change from his dollar still on the three dead men on the sawdust floor Walter Wakefield tle fibber lay dead behind the bar A bullet had struck him in the back of the head Frank Del Re sometimes called Frank Dire 33 also had been shot In the back apparently as he sought to flee Challenge 1n Capone Joseph Special 28 partner of Del Re in the operation of the groggery lay dead in front of the bar He had been shot in the chest as the assas sin turned to meet his attack In one dead bund Special clasped a knife In the other gripped like H club was the bust of a plaster saint Detectives saw the murders as n score against the Al Capone gang for the three dead men were Ca pone disciples They saw the crime both as a refutation to the reported peace agreement in gangland and a challenge to the Capone overlord ship Aelive in Klcriion There were political and labor racketeering angles too the rack eteering possibilities being regard ed as particularly significant in view of persistent word lately Unit Capone had ambitions to muscle into labor organizations Wakefield police heard WHS a protege of Dan Serritella city seul er and republican power in the first ward Serritella has been regarded as friendlj to Capone Wakefield and Del Re were active in the re cent election in Scrritellas success ful campaign for commitlecman Historical Intention All three dead men were known 1 to the police but none of them so i far as the records reveal ever hnd any serious trouble with the law STDBENTHELD FOR FORGERY Vinton Sheriff Farced Chase Youth for 12 Miles to VINTON April 21 Pi Hcnch 23 claiming to be a Univer sity of Iowa student was jailed on a forgery charge today after Sheriff R L Whelan chased him 12 miles Hench presented a check for 51150 at a clothing store to pay for some purchases It was drawn on the Newhall Savings bank n favor of James Westcoil and was signedby John Anderson The clerk noticing the check was of the counter variety refused o cash it He notified Sheriff Whelan but Hench fled in an automobile Whelan overtook the car 12 miles from here and forced it off the road The officer was forced to draw Ins j revolver before Hench submitted to arrest Checks drawn on Iowa City and Durant banks were said to have I been in bis possession Hench re fused to tell where he lives Greetings From Hoover Are Read at Annual Meeting MEW YORK April 21 i1iMoni i bors of the Associated Press as embled here today for their annual j leeting and luncheon and heard by i neans of one of radios latest ad ances Secretary of State Stimson j u the British capital describe the London naval agreement j For years the Associated Piess iiimml meetings were held in the old ValdorfAstoriii hotel demolished viUiin the last year This years neeting was held at the Motel Comi nodore and there today the mem ers heard at their luncheon Secro ary Stimsons address greetings rom President Hoover conveyed hru Frank B Noyes president iind he address of the general manager ivent Cooper Mr Noyes wasloust r ister Turnout the morning and after noon the annual meeting of the As sociated Press was in progress There was to be en election of five new directors the number whose terms expired this year Names of 10 candidates were submitted by the nominatingcommittee Kent Cooper general manager of the Associated Press utter outlin ing many ot the complexities ot the work of the Associated Press said Relations With Public Then and not the easiest of ail is the relationship to the public You all know that many readers of your newspapers are convinced that they could edit your newspapers better than yon Well all of this class in every community combined feel individually and collectively thntj they could manage the Associated i Press better than I can Some do not I hesitate to write me aboni it Oth ers write leters to the newspapers Some say it in the magizines The only comfort I can find is tha each has a selfish complex In reiliy what they want is to have the Asso Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS April 21 See by the papers that duwn in Miami Fla they arrested AI Capones broth er on the goU course for va grancy A va grant is a nuui that hasnu vis ible means oi support ifthej stint enforcing that rule it will mnun the death if Maybe they him and hedidnt have either a flask or a gun That would prac tically constitute vagrancy with a former Chicago resident Well I am going to Oklahoma 1 been sitting heve wait ing for weeks foi somebody to take nut census So I finally go1 an offer In go there and give em in Yours WILL LINDBERGHS SET FLIGHT RECORD Couple Arrives in New York After Fast Trip From Paciiic Coast Turn to THRO 17 Column i WATERLOO April 21 i Thomas J Williams 11 traveling salesman went on trial today on a charge of assault with intent to commit murder growing out of the shooting and serious wounding ol his 31 year old rival for a woman Questioning of the salesman re vealed that he would plead self dc j fense Williams claims Leo Misbacn at tacked him when he went to the home of Mrs Charles Hathaway where Misbach roomed Police said Williams was suffering from rib i when taken to jail Britt Mans Car Is Destroyed by Flames BRITT April 21The Hupmobile coupe driven by Henry Halck Jr was destroyed by fire between Briu and Woden Saturday evening Mr Halck escaped uninjured He was driving along and suddenly discov ered the flames He stopped leaped from the car nnd fled to n safe dis tanro FATHER ADMITS DROWHING BOY North Dakotan Threw Child Into River To Plead Guilty AIANDAN N Dak April 21 llp States Attorney John Mosos to day announced that Gus Roinhold a farmer living near Htauton hnscon Icssedt hat he deliberately drowned his deformed year okl son Teddy Moses said the cnfes sion described how Reinhold threw the child into the Knife river and then watched his struggles before driving back home Moses said Reinhold refused to offer any explanation as to his ruo live for the crime The Roinhilds have five other sons and a dnlighter I while iinother child is expected The j oldest of the children is 13 I Reinhold Moses said him ex pressed willingness to plead guilty j to first degree murder ani will be arraigned in district cwirlcm that charge late this afternoon The boys body tins not been recovered Wiseimsin Vmilh Drowns WIs April iT Allho he was nu excellent swim mer Carl Erickson 17 drowned Sunday when the canoe he and a companion were paddling upset in Ihe Meiinminee i Ivor FLORIDA SHERIFF SHOT TO DEATH Federal Employe Held in Jail for Shooting of Officer NFAV April 21 ili We have another recoril a cross uunLincnl flight Easter than anybody else Taking off from Glenclale Cal just at daybreak Col and Mrs Charles A Lindbergh yesterday brot their new brilliant scarlet mid black monoplane to a three point landing on Roosevelt field where the colonel took off for Paris three years ago this spring 18 minute before the day was done The approximate distance Mown was 2500 miles the flyingtime hours 23 minutes 27 seconds the average speed 172 miles an hour A stop was made at Wicliita Kans of 22 minutes and five seconds for fuel but not food Lunch prepared at Los Angeles was eaten in the air Disclninis SVw Itprnrrf Altho the colonel disclaimed any new record the time of the flight was S hours Ifi minutes arid 2ii seconds faster than it ever had been flown before Capt Frank Hawks last June 2fl flew from Clemlnle to I Roosevelt field in 17 hours ilS mlnI utes and seconds non stop The fact that he and Mrs Lindbergh made a stop the colonel pointed out technically made heir flight not j one to compare with that of Cap tain DOESNT FAVOR HOOVER CHOICE Judiciary Committee Re fuses to Recommend Appointment April 21 M1 An unfavorable report on the nom ination of Judge 1 Parker of North CarliiiH In be nn fissncintc justice of the supreme court was voted today by the senate judiciary committee The vote against Parker in the com mittee wns 10 to i i Gillett Mass achusetts Waterman Colorado Hastings Delaware and Herbert Rhode Island Democrats Overman North Carolina iind Stephens Mis sissippi leans Morris Ne braska Binnil Idaho Deneeii Illi nois Robinson Indiana KUiine Wisconsin and Stoiwcr Oregon Democrats Ashurst Arizona Walsh Montana Carawnj Arkan sas and Dill Washington The nomination will go to the scn ate where another vote is in order on the direct question f confirmn tioti of the nominee Before adopting nn unfavorable report the committee refused by an overwhelming vote to invite Judge Parker here to answer the protests i against him i Chairman Morris the judiciary committee and SenatorBorah re publican Idaho led ihe republicans In the revolt against President Hoovers nominee to the supreme court r The committee and the decision came after an of discussion The American Feder ation of Labor and the National As sociation for the Advancement of Colored People have protested vig orously against confirmation of Judge Parker In view nf the committees de cisive vote against Parker some sen atora believed efforts would be nn II dertnken either to have the nominee wiUuiraw or to have the president 1 withdraw his name Duchess of Bedford on Way Back Home CAPETOWN Union of South Af rica April 21 PiThe Duchess of Bedford flying with two compan ions today started back to Eng land hoping Irj complete the trip in nine days and establish a 19day record for n round trip between Lympne and Capetown She left Lympnc airdrome April 10 and needed only 100 flying hours to complete the trip here Hawks Captain Hawks him ELOUNTSTOWM Fla April 21self however and probably evcry C D Clark of Cal1 one else except the colonel accept houn county was shot tn death on a street here today hy J T Rlack well a federal employe Deputy Sheriff McClelland wild Blackwell apparently without warn ing drew i pistol as Clark passed him on the street and fired five 01 six times at his back Three of the bullets struck the sheriff killing him instantly McCelland said ill feeling had ex isted between Blackwell and Clark for some time Blackwell the deputy said was recently arraigned in court on a charge involving marital rela tions Blackwell was imprisoned pending the coroners investigation i Clark hail served as sheriff ol Calhoun county for about 11 ynars j He was unarmed when he passed Blackwcll the deputy said 1 Corwith Bank Closed Assets i ed the flight a new record Colonel Lindbergh who nuidc Uio flight to test the possibility of com mercial routes Hi high altitudes Wea o Column AIRPORT WORK NOW UNDERWAY IOWA WEATHER rair Monday niglil and Tnrs iliiy Much colder Momhty night u i I h Collier in cMriinr southeast pnrllim and warmer in north west portion TuescUiv LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for n TI i 2 nour ending at S oclock Buildings Are Torn Down Mnnclay mominK and Field Seeded Lime Is Applied CHAKUOK CITY April 21 Work on the new airport is proi gressing with the tearing down of two barns several sheds and a corn crib on the grounds in addi tion to the removal of 20 Iron About threefourths of the field has i been ployed find three carloads of CORWITH April tl tli The i limestone applied This acreage vill j Farmers Savings hank closed its j doors today Officials said frozen r assets were the cause The bank wns i j the only one in Corwith and busi I nessmen organized a clearing house to handle their financial affairs tem porarily be seeded and until this part of llv field is ready airships will land on the northeast corner which was scedcii last year Maximum Sunday 1 Minimum in Vigiit i At 8 A M Monday I Figures for like period ending oclock Sunday morning Maximum Snlnrihiv n Minimum in Nigltl M Rainfall Jill of an lmb The weather man had Easter Sun iy pegged The rain which he pre leted arrived on scchdule time Sat Sioux City Gambler Wounded Mysteriously i Departs From Hospital i WATERLOO April 21 ili frod Caliiil allejfcd Sioux City gambler found seriously wounded in bis auto mobile early April 15 had disap peared from the hospital where he was recovering it WHS learned In lay Mrs Charles Benson Formerly Resident of Rowan Dies in West flow AIV April 21 Word has been received here nf Ihe death of Mrs Charles Benson who died in Pnsiidcna Cnl after an illness of two iveeks Mrs Benson with her htiisband who died a few years ago lived in thuscommunity fora num ber of yours before moving to the wcit Burial wis made HI Santn Ann Cnl urday and Saturday night bringing the weeks total to more than two and a half inches Sunday was pre dominantly clmidy with a chilly wind from the northeast serving as a discourager to promenading The sun was fighting an uphill battle Monday morning against n layer of clouds   

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