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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                OEPT OF I ijrt a Of S UOI N E S North Iowas DAILYPAPER Edited for the Home VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY THK THAT MAIiKS ALL NORTH IOWANS NK1UHUOKS HOME EDITION ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MAQOM MAbUN WA WEDNESDAY JULY 2 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 229 Watson Is Strategist Writer Appraises In diana Senators Po litical Acumen By CHARLES P STEWAKT ASHINGTO N July 2 The first time 1 met Senator James E Watson of Indiana Whats your home state he inquired immed iately quite a common intro ductory ques t i o n here in W a s h i n g t on where half the p o p 111 a t i on is from hither and yon and resi dence is reck oned by states and congressional districts rattier than by cities Having sojourned in so many states since arriving at voting age that I find it a trifle difficult to de cide with which one I ought to identify myself this query always stumps memomentarily when it is asked suddenly In answer to Senator Watsons interrogation my initial inspiration was to state ami truthfully that I was born at St Joseph Mich and I did so INSTANTLY the senators face A lighted up beautifully i Why thats mighty close to Ini diana he cried in the tone of overjoyed surprise one might em ploy upon an unexpected encounter with an old boyhood chum in the middle of the Gobi desert or the Antarctic continent And he shook hands with me Considering that I was taken away from St Joe in infancy and never have revisited it except once as a Sunday afternoon excursionist from Chicago I felt somewhat as if I were being welcomed into the nearIndiana brotherhood under false pretenses However Ihe senator waved aside 1 explanations Being born within miles or so of the Hoosier fron Hunter Brother Turn lo Fuse 4 Column Ml Sentence of One to 10 Years to Be Pronounced Tomorrow LOS ANGELES July 2 Sanhuber lies huddled in his ceil today convicted of manslaugh ter for the alleged slayingof Fred Oesterreich Milwaukee manufac turer in whose attic he dwelt 11 years to be near Mrs his sweetheart The timid attic lover paled and slumped into his chair when he heard the verdict last night which will send him to prison for one to 10 years Apparently dejected and speechless he was led to a cell to await pronouncement of sentence tomorrow Altho the prosecution asked the death penalty not one juror Mrs Rita Marian forewoman said voted for a first degree murder verdict in i the seven ballots taken I Earl Wakeman defense attorney j said he would seek to have the ver dict set aside on the ground that j statute of limitations hud outlawed I a manslaughter verdict i Sanhuberi plea of not gniJly be cause of insanity remains to be dis posed of Mrs Oesterreich jointly accused by Sanhuber won a separate trial which will open in a week Puts Gun to Ribs of Harry Dunbar Attendant nUTTING a gun to the ribs of the station attendant a robber en tered the McMahon Shell oil sta tion Thirteenth street and North Federal avenue at 10 oclock Tues day night and escaped with about 512 Two customers who came to the oil station shortly after the robbery took after the fleeing car in which the robber made his get away but a third automobile cut in and made pursuit difficult Harry Dunbar Fifteenth street northwest was the attendant on duty when the robbery occurred A man entered the oil station and asked him for a drink and was di rected to the rest room When Mr BunVjars back was turned the man came out of the room and put a gun to the ribs of Dunbar ordering him to hold up his hands Dunbar Was Robbed Eight dollars was then taken from Dunbars pockets by the robber who also ordered him to operjthe cash till When the attend ant hesitated the gun was poked harder into his ribs It js thot that about 51 was taken from the cash till The robber then left the oil sta tion and ran toward a car which started to leave as he approached it Two persons who then came to the oil station for gas Frank Quinn and Mr Hurley were told of the robbery and started chasing the fleeing car Got License Number As they went down the street a third car drove in front of them and kept switching hack and forth in an effort to elude the pursuers After chasing the robbers car about 10 blocks they gave up the pursuit They obtained the license number of the car which cut in front of them It is a Chevrolet car with North Dakota license 42735 Police were notified and are in vestigating the robbery So far no further clews have been discovered Ottumwa Peacock Alibi Holds Under Investigation LINKED IN SLAYING OF LINGLE r Convict Held in Double Murder Case Is OTTUMWA July 2 LaudcrhacU of Ottumwa a former convict was held in the Wapello county jail today as a suspect in connection with the slaying of Sher iff Fred Sweet and Marshal Aaron Bailey of Washington Laudeback was arrested by Sher iff Ralph N Baker at the request of J E Risden chief of the stale bureau of criminal investigating Risden asked that palm print be taken to compare with prints made from the stolen automobile in which the slayer was arrested at Wash ington last Thursday Lauderback served four years in the Anamosa reformatory after pleading guilty to a charge of man slaughter here in 1D23 Alibi Holds Water WASHINGTON Iowa July 2 George Struble said today that the alibi offered by EnimciL Crurn n Pusr B Column Friendship of France U S Is Threatened Babes 31st Homer Aids Yankee Win AUNT MET By Kobert Quillen Id like to serve nice re freshments when I have the club but when these women get Tilled up they wont fix nothin tor their husbands when they home AMKRICAK NEW YORK July 2 Babe Ruths thirtyfirst homerun of the year as the most imortant fea ture the Yankees took the fjvst game of todays doubleheader from the Chicago White Sox 5 to 1 Roy Sherid held the Sox to three Chicago 000 010 3 2 New York 000 T20 J 1 Henry and Tatc licritl and iir grave Detroit 4 Thiladelphia 3 PHILADELPHIA July 2 Pi Detroit defeated the Athletics here today by a 4 to 3 score in the first game of a double header bill Former French Presi dent Blames New American Tariff PARIS July 2 of 22 countries gathered with Frenchmen to celebrate the Fraicc America committees week of An erican nations last night heard Raymond Poincare former presi dent and former premier take the United States to task for its new tariff law M Poincare presiding at a din ner to national delegates character ized recent United States econom ic policies as these unnappy inci dents of recent years Ke attacked above all those of the last two or three months which come as a re sult of blind economy and selfish nationalism Friendship Threatened There is a crisis in the friend ship of the two nations which if not remedied promptly will grow worse Countries that try to antag onize other peoples will find tpat they are attached to those other peoples by bonds they cannot break he said United Stales delegates nt the dinner were all private citizens and numbered among them no officials nor representatives of the States embassy One or two voiced surprise that a man of M Poincares position should have chosen surh an occasion to lecture the Unite States Some of the South Amori Tuni In PIKC 8 Column j Flyers Near End of Trip j Ifcro is UH gambling house t Wl avenue Chicago in which Alfred Liugle slain newspaper reporter is reputed o have litttl in interest FratiUic Foster gunman has been indicted for the killing When the place was raider several months ago ririgte in saitl tn have cimipluinccl that a rival establishment owned by a gangster syndicate whose meirhers are wanted in connection with Linglos murrler was ruunini full blast Threats o Lingle arc be lieved In liuvo followed cloiing of the oilier place Opera Star Commences Harvest on Her Farm COLBY Mass July 2 Marion Talley youthful star who tired of music as interpreted by the Metropolitan Opera company was cheered by a new song today U was the melody of racing combine sickles reaping the wheat on her 800 acre farm Miss Talley ap peared in person as pilot for the rta chine at the beginning of her liar vest p Man Wanted by Denver Police Taken in Chicago CHICAGO July 2 TVCharles 21 wanted by Denver Colo police in connection with Severn 1 robbrien there was arrested at his home here today Henry Koigcr tailor shop proprietor was seized with him Detectives found two re volvers in the tailor shop which thev said were stolen from the Whitney Goods shon in Denver Markets at a Glance Woman Senator of Illinois Turns Over Accounts and Records WASHINGTON juty 2 Representative Ruth Hamia McCor mick of Illinois today made avail able to the senate campaign funds investigating committee all her ac counts and records dealing with her successful senatorial campaign ii Illinois The purpose was to have these ex amined by the committee ns a re sponse to charges that she had spent more than the 202000 reported by her Chairman iVye of Ihe committee conferred with Mrs McCormick upon his return from Chicago whe7e he said the charges against the suc cessful republican senatorial nomi nee were received The committee will open hearings in Chicago on July 11 into the pri I mary battle between Mrc McCor mick and Senator Deneen NEW VOHK NEW YORK July 2 U S steel leads rise high grade issues improve utilities advaree slightly in dull market Foreign Euro pean documents in demand favorable weath er poor spot demand Coffee Lower disappointing Brazilian cables CHICAGO Wheat Firm improved export demand and bullish French crop re bullish government weather report lo lower Sigoumey Resident Endows Iowa School OSKALOOSA July 2 Real estate valued at has be ccmic the property of John Fletcher college by virtue of a gift by Dr F A Strawbridge of Sigourncy The appropriation includes I000 acres of Iowa farm land in Keokuk and Appanoosc counties ranches in Wyoming Montana nnd Mexico two business blocks in Sigourney three residence properties in Sig ourney and one in Martinsburg Bcmb Explosion Harms Restaurant in Chicago CHICAGO July 2 UJA west side restaurant was damaged early today by a black powder bomb ex plosion which slialtererl window in nearby buildings Kcssuth Dentist Had Lived in Community JVIost of His Life July W ID Kain 53 dentist in this community for the past 0 years died yesterday evening after an illness of about 10 clays with pneumonia Dr Rain was born on a farm near Algona uul had lived in the community most of his life He re ceived his education at the Univer sity of Iowa Me was active in the Knights of Columbus lodge and nlsn at various times held offices in Iowa dental associations He is survived by Mrs Kain and two rions William and Jack f Me also is survived by three broth ers Robertand Thomas Kain Al goua and Martin Kain Chicago He also has a sister Mary Kain living in Los Angeles Cal Funeral services wil be held Thuisciay fit the St Cecelias Cath olic church with burial in the Al gona cemetery The services will take place at oclock in Mie morning Flyers Receive Note of Congratulation From Lindbergh July 2 and Kenneth Hunter in the mono plane City of Chicago flew thru their five hundredth hour over Sky Harbor today at a m cen tral standard time They were 80 hours ahead of the previous worlds record for endurance flying Sky Harbor today took on the ap icarance of a county fair A bright sun shone thru clear skies and the i concessionaires began their treks j to the pockelbook Two tents ap jjeared on the macadam path thru the spectators section Mingled with the barkers you lays em down and you picks em up was the blare of huge radio am plifiers atop the hangar the cries of newsboys heralding the State street murder and the drone of air planes overhead Tapers Flying Pop bottles and paper were strewn everywhere Small boys made breaks for the field Wor ried parents dashed after them Harassed policemen pushed them back As the pilots roared thru their five hundredth hour aloft an army plane soared overhead endeavoring to drop a radio contact to the en durance plane for a noon broadcast of the flight by the recordholding pilots Five attempts were made by the radio men aboard the army plane but the air currents seemed choppy and the flyers aboard the endurance plane declined to risk reaching for the radio hookup It was the first time an attempt to make contact with the City of Chi cago was not completed Motor Working Smoothlv The motor in The City of Chi cago apparently was functioning smoothly and except that Kenneth is tired of the three weeks of mo notonous droning there was every indication the flight would con tinue thru the week Supply Shii Falters CHICAGO July 2 trouble of their supply ship threat ened for a moment to end the endurance flight of the Hunter brothers today The Big Ben warming up for the first morning contact witii the City of Chicago over Sky Harbor Trim to IIKJB K Column II Gunman in Los Angeles and Bored at Information Crew Take Oft tor v West Coast Yawns IHJTLEK Uul July i Tho Southern Cross cnroute from Aew York tn Chicago passed over at 1 20 p m cen tral standard lime ROOSEVELT FIELD N Y July 2 Leader Charles KingsfordSmith and his transAt lantic crew took off at oclock a m C S T today for Chicago on their way to the Pacific coast Arrival on the coast will complete circumnavigation of the globe for I KingsfordSmith nnd his monoj plane Southern Cross I A bright sun was clearing away j the ground mist when the Southern Cross headed into the light breeze for the takeoff and shaped a course which would take her over New York to Newark N J where the flyers planned to pick up the air mail route for Chicago by way of Cleveland Toledo and South Bend KingsfordSmith said he expected to arrive at the Curtiss Wright air port at Chicago about 1 p m C S T He said the plane would be flown at an altitude oE about 2000 feet so that it would be visible from the Turn to ruse R Column LOS ANGELES July 2 fTi Fraukie Foster Chicago gang ster informed today he had nccn indicted for the murder of Alfred Jake Lingle Chicago Tribune re porter yawned ami snid Oh yen V Well somebody had to he the goat 1 was handy so tbey elected me lie would not fight Foster said extradition Immediate steps were taken for the extradition of Uie fugitive gim man whose indictment was the first definite step in the wake of the assassination three weeks ao The indictment was returned after Cor ronlKius sporting goods dealer cstified Von Frantxius admitted he iil sold the pistol found beside Ijingles body While Foster bad not previously ijeen accused as the actual killer he was believed to have important in formation in connection with the slaying Eat More Meat Is Slogan of National Livestock Exchange Persons Hurt in Crash Near Gamer Brot to Mason City Six persons were injured about t oclock Tuesday evening between Goodcll and Garner when the car in which they were riding hit a hump in the gravel road swerved to one side and tipped over in a ditch Two of the persons are in a serious con dition All were taken to Mercv hos pital for treatment Sirs Foster Baker franklin Mich and Mrs John Tollenaar Bon durant arc in a serious condition It is expected by physicians that they will be confined to the hospital for some time for treatment Others who were injured are Miss Maxine Tullcnaar Bondurant Jack Baker Franklin Mich and Miss Alice Pringle DCS Moincs None rf KILLED BY GUNMEN CHICAGO July 2 gunners stood in the glare of the bright lights of South State strata last night and made an unaucfoess ful attempt to assassinate Jack Zuta gangster A man was killed Another was wounded In the excitement Zuti and three companions disappeared The gunmen escaped behind a smoke screen emitted from tho exhaust of their car A police officer emptied his revolver at tho gunmen who however apparently escaped unhurt The man killed was Elbcrl Lusa der 38 years old motorman on i street car A bullet from the pistol of one of the attackers penetrate his neck Afraid hi Leave Zuta had been arrested fur ques tioning in connection with the slay ing of Jake Lingle Tribune report er His release was ordered lat night but Zuta hcsitaleil to leave the tletcclivo headquarters Ho pleaded with police Lieut ceorg Barker to provide police protection to his home Lieutenant Id never gel homo alive he said to Barker Get mu across the loop wont yon All right get in my car Barkir replied Ill drive yon as far is State and Lake street i The north ern edge of the The police officer got in the driv ers seat Zuta sat in the tonncau with Albert Bralz and Lenna Bern stein Solly Vision sat in front with Barker Bratz Vision and the Dern stoin womrui had been arrested DENVER Colo der solicitude i uly 2 I ten Ule ilulo jn wrljcl hey tiesolicitude for the ultimate conI was sinners appetite was expressed at Suffers Cut on Head C Mrs Baker received a had cut on Republican Leaders m House Stand by Hoover on Pensions VyASIITNGTON July 2 rate increased by the senate in opposition to the wishes of Pres ident Hoover the compromise Worid War veterans relief act ivunl back to the house today with speedy disposition in conference predicted Republican lenders there mover lo disagree on the senate aniervl menls increasing the maximum pennon for nonservice connected disabilities from MO lo SfiO a month and sought to send the mea sure to conference at once They were ronfirlrnl of more than enough votes to bring this aboil her head Shu also has bruises on her body Mrs Tollenaar suffered n crushed pelvis and other bruises Livestock exchange convention here today t While wishing him a bigger anil better appetite the convention sug Tlese Uyo woraen wcre hafl gestcd roasts to ftatiate it at lower retail prices as the most outsand ing means of aiding the livestock producer An cat more moat campaign has been launched by the conven tion MINNEAPOLIS Minn July Mr Cooliilges sermoncts arc run ning more to the spiritual thar Hie political He has layed off the inr iff and Uncle Joe Grundy in favor of faith and has passed up the dis armament treaty and Hiram in fa vor of divine more be does the United Stales senate He wants us to get back to the old early New England Iradition where if you wasnt praying you burning somebody that was So it looks like T am left single hnmfri In cope with Borah Smont nnri ail material Una temporal matters en when the car urued over ami are suffering shock Miss Tollenaar was bruised on her neck and shoulders but she has no j broken bones Jack Baker suffered a broken right thigh bone He also received a cut on his left knee cap His thight bone injury is considered I serious by physicians and it is ex pected that it will be some time be1 fore he has recovered from it I Cuts and bruises on her shoulders were received by Miss Pringle nl tho she is suffering from no broken bones Were Going to Lake Those in the car were going to Clear Lake lo visit with Mrs Law rence Brown Mrs Brown is a daughter of Mrs Tollennar Mrs Baker and Miss Tollenaar are alsci IOWA WEATHER iml arm IT nrsda v night Thursday partly cloudy proimlily thumlrrshnivfrs in north and urst portions uarin rr in south and rvtrrmr cast porl ions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazelle weather figures for 21 hour period tnding at S oclock Wednesday morning Maximum Tuesday 71 Minimum in Niglit At A M Monday incl Tuesday were al most identical as ID temperature extremes Mondays maximum was M oLimm H divine guidance lie scls U Pv i Tl store by eternal things than FlVC UeSUOyS 1 Buildings in Creston Tuesdays 71 Mondays mini mum was r0 Tuesdays was the same And the 8 oclock tempera ture of Tuesday and Wednesday were within a degree of each other The wind was out of the southwest Wednesday morning anil a tho a j layer of clouds somewhat offset the suns effectiveness the mercury was doing a reasonably rapid rise iCRRSTON July 2 of unclcrtermincd origin early this morning destroyed buildings hous ing the South Side cafe the Mc Kibbens barber shop and Uotlds shoe repair shop The blnjie start ed in the rear of the cafe owned hy lack IChrle and it was thot might have been caused by stored fire works Owners estimated the tolnl loss at   

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