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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 30, 1930, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Edited for the Home U lv MARLON E a HIS MEM ART THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS EDITION XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 30 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 279 TO OUR RURAL SUBSCRIBERS GlobeGazettes Early Mall Extra edition Is Issued ulmost exclusively for the benefit of our rural route subscribers Innsr much as there will be no deliver ies on tha rural routes Labor day the Early Mall Extra edition of Sunday Aug 31 will not be is sued but Instead this Saturday Home edition carrying the same comics and feature matter is being mailed to all subscribers usually served by the Early Mail edition The Early Mall Extra of Tuesday carrying all the news of Labor day events and sports will bo delivered as usual Tuesday morning Face Battle in Election McMaster and Pine to Find Jobs Not Easy By CHARLES P STEWART A S H IN G TON Aug 30 CCPAl Senator William H McMaster of South Dakota and Senator W B Pino of Okla homn are a couple of Repub lican candidates who will have a hot tussle to be reelected thiB year according to accounts from the west front Senator Mc rival Gov W J Bu low will bo re called aa the nsT state executive who made himself so agreeable to the Coolidges during their Black Hills vacation in 1927 whenthe North amptonian gave his celebrated do Lnot choose message to the coun litry The governor shone with con siderablo reflected light for a few that summer while revolv aroundthe then presidential lu J5Gary Otherwise tho his political effulgence no dou ihas been state wide It has not been particularly thus far to national as tronomers Senator Pines democratic oppon ent the blind exSenator Thomas P Gore has had a wide enough repu tation in his time however Coming to the senate when Okla homa was admitted he served for 13 years one of Washingtons most vivid personalities Too vivid final ly for Oklahoma democrats They Turn tt Tago 8 Column 2 CHILD SLAYER IS STILL FREE Police Continue to Hunt for Man Who Attacked 8 Year Old SOUTH BEND Ind Aug 30 and slayer yea old Marverine Appel remained a large today while police continuec to follow every clew that alight leac to solution of the crime Rewards totalling have been offered for apprehension of th man believed to have enticed thi girl into his automobile last Wednes day evening to have held her pris oner for almost 30 hours ana finally to have attacked and killed her Her body the throat wound with wire and a gash in the head was found Thursday night two blocks from the home of her mother Mrs Eula Appe Robber Suspect Is Identified By Luverne Woman MAN ARRESTED IN MINNEAPOLIS TO STAND TRIAL egan Named Member of Gang Which Robbed Iowa Bank MINNEAPOLIS Aug 30 lice today reported that Miss Hanna part owner of a mnk at Luverne Iowa had identi ied Lawrence Degan under arrest icre as a member of a bandit gang vhich robbed the bank of over on Aug 70 Degan was arrested with a group of friends at a hotel here several days ago and investigation of possi bilities of his connection with the robbery wag started when a large number of travelers checks were found in his possession A charge of robbery in a John Doe warrant was placed against he captive while police sought more nformation concerning his back ground He also was charged with orgery based on his alleged use of he checks here Bail was fixed at 515000 Police said they expected to surrender Degan to Iowa authorities with the proviso that if prosecution a not successful there that he be returned to face forgery charges here Inaddition to Jn cash the pwa bank yielded bandits a bond and six books of travelers checks containing each In all 10 others including three women were arrested These all pleaded not guilty to charges of vagrancy In municipal court todav and hearings Sept 3 were set wun bail at each Miss Hanna was reported by po lice as being positive that Degan was one of the bandits CONFESSES PART IN GUN BATTLE Blames Brother for Shooting Officer in Oklahoma Fight ALTUS Oka Aug 30 Captured with a truck containing a liquor still Vernon Robsion 28 con fessed to officers today that he and his brother George 30 engaged in a gunfight in which one officer wa killed and another wounded near here last nightx Vernon Robsion placed blame to the actual shooting upon his broth er who was critically wounded Deputy Sheriff Elmer L Carter wa killed and Joe Whitt night polici chief wounded Vernon Robsion was taken to th state reformatory at Granite fo safe keeping and a heavy guari was placed around the hospital a Frederick where George lay nea death with a bullet wound in hi chest Officers sought Ernest Jackson o Vernon Tex said by Vernon Rob sion to be the third man on th truck halted by Carter and Whit before the gun tight I I T fJt AUNT HET By Robert Quillen If that doctor is right about active sweat glands keepirt you free o disease it looks like Ill hang up a record that will make old Methuselah seem like a chicken Capital Will Be Deserted Over Holiday Celebrations to Have Full Sway Chiefs to Rest WASHINGTON Aug 30 Labor day celebrations over the veekend have the capital stage vir ually to themselves for altho Mon day is officially the beginning of he social season highest govern nent officials and Washingtons iocially prominent people have ilected to remain away President Hoover will remain at his Highland camp on the Rapidan until Labor day afternoon and of he cabinet members only Secre ary Hyde droughtbound remained at his desk today Davis Is Busy The ranking official in capital on he holiday will be assistant Secre ary Castle of the state department secretary Stimson hurried back to his Long Island home after several ays strenuous entertaining here in lonor of visiting British and French barristers and jurists Vice President Curtis has been In and out of the capital all summer Secretary Mellon will spend Labor day at the home of bis daughter tfrs David SK E Bruce on Long Island Attorney General Mitchell las not yet returned from abroad Postmaster General Brown will be n Nova Scotia over the holiday and Secretary Lamont will spend it at home in Chicago returning early week Secretary Davis will speak tomorrow evening union church service In Harrisburg Perm and on Monday he will Join In cele brations at Brookville and Ciear field Penn Green to Speak Secretary Hurley left today on an extended tour fit Mississippi flood control and waterway pro jects Secretary Adams hag been eliminated from participation In the Americas cup races but is expect ed to remain in New England until the international yacht races are over Labor leaders however are pres ent and celebrating At the Wash ington cathedral high on Mount St Alban President Green will speak tomorrow afternoon and of ficials of local unions will join in the memorial observances LINDBERGHS STEAL SHOW AT AIR RACES Will Rogers TAHOE TAVERN Cal Aug you read about the nom inations in the state of Idaho You remember Senator Borah used to be quite n favorite up there Well I never saw a man going back so fast as he is Why the other day there was actually half of one county that wasnt for him for a unanimous nomination The democrats nominated no opponent against him They shouldnt for he is the best demo crat in America But that half a county being against him just shows you cant be at the top al ways Yours WILL ROGERS TWO ARMED MEN Make Escape With Loot in Cash and Checks TWO unmasked men armed with a pistol and a club robbed the Lnc center of attraction for 40000 spectators Col and Mrs Charles A Lindbergh stole almost thu whole show when thny arrived in Dhicajro to witness be national nir races Ihnto shows the Liudberjfbs after their arrival in their box ut Cnrtlss field where they were conducted by Clarence M Youngi assistant secretary ot commerce for aeronautics at right Bite Impossible Open Says Judge Defendant Sustained CHICAGOT Aug 30 was Miss Helen Lomax told the court yesterday that she could have bitten her landladys thumb She had no teeth That sounded like a good argu ment ao Judge Harry Porter or dered open Miss Lomax opened and sure enough no teeth The landlady Alverta Ste wart interrupted to say Miss Lo max left herfalse teeth at home but Judge Porter ruled that some body else must have bitten the thumb However he ordered Miss Lomajf to leave Mrs Stewarts house for failure to pay her rent Thats what the original argument was over anyway Fascists Demand Atlantic Employers Fire Negroes New Order of Shirts Formed in South ATLANTA Aug 30 Atlanta Constitution says evidence that committees of a newly formed organization known as the Ameri can Fascist Association and Order of Black Shirts have demanded that Atlanta employers discharge Negro labor will be placed before a federals grand jury convening Sept 3 The newspaper quotes an un named official at the federal build ing as saying his information was that the committees told the em ployers that if the demand were not complied with trouble might be ex pected Such action the official said was in direct violation of a statute pro viding penalties up to 10 years im prisonment and fine for per sons who consnire to inlure OD Wife Slayer Kills Himself Payne Killed by Explosion in Jail Cell Balloonists are for press threaten or intimidate any citizen in the free exercise or en joyment of any right guaranteed to him by the constitution of laws of the United States or because of his having exercised the same The story says stenographic re ports of addresses made at meet ings of the Black Shirt organiza tion some of which have been highly sensational and incendiary as to threats made wil be pre sented to the grand jury along with names of some of the business firms alleged to have been called on by corimvees and in some cases the names of committcemen The petitioners are R A Gordon R S Gulledge and H J Gewinner Walter A Sims former mayor of Atlata filed the petition as attor ney In the current issue of its weekly publication which is entitled the Black Shirt the organization claims a memhershin of 27000 Air Carnival Labor Day Show Will Bring Out Changes in Aviation CLEVELAND Aug 30 Pi Roaring squadrons of the air mobil ized here today for a two day aero nautical carnival which reaches its peak with the start of the nine teenth annual international Gordon Bennett balloon race The show will bring out in sharp contrast the changes in aviation since the first free balloon to carry a passenger went aloft in Paris 117 years ago Tomorrow and Monday there will be demonstrations of all types of aircraft1 and planes will thunder thru formations and stunts leading up to the balloon race when six silken bags flying tbe colors of four nations will drift with the wind in a contest of distance A brilliant flower pageant miles of floats and hundreds of cos tumed marchers with a blimp fol lowing overhead was todays wel come tq the pilots and balloonists Most of the participants in the show were scheduled to arrive day The celebration will open to morrow with an international glid ing contest Late Monday will sec the start of the international balloon race weather permitting Contrary to past procedure officials today an nounced the start would not be per mitted unless the weather is favor able Three pilots will attempt to bring the United States a new record of five successive victories and the sec ond leg on the present Gordon Ben nett trophy Rivalling them will be a like number of entrants represent ing Belgium France and Germany PlLOfllGED AT DES MOINES Arrest for Part in Fatal Plane Crash at Fair Ordered DES MOINES Aug 30 Polk county officers today asked police to arrest Cy Younglove one of the pilots involved in an airplane colli sion at the Iowa State fair on charge of manslaughter Al Adams assistant county attor ney said the arrest was based on the alleged violation of the low aviation laws prohibiting stuntinj over crowds Younglove was piloting the plan that crashed into the tail of on flown by Leo Allen his companion in the Three Sons O Guns act a the fair Allens plane fell injurin eight persons one of whom died to dav HOWARD THRILLS AIR RACE CROWD Tiny Plane Skins Pylons at Average Speed of 163 Miles CURTISSReynolds Airport Chi ago Aug 30 the for his turn at less than 20 eet in perpendicular position Ben O Howard of St Louis thrilled a aindampcned crowd at the Nation al Air races today as he won the 25 mile free for all with his own iny ship Howards ship so tiny that he can mrely get in the cockpit led the field six at an average speed of 6301 miles The race was limited o motors of less than 350 cubic nch piston displacement E V Newson of Little Rock Ark finished second averaging 15185 miles an hour and J R Vedell of Patterson La wan third at 14008 miles per hour Art Davis of East Lansing Michstaked a good claim for the dead stick landing sweepstakes and 3roke all records forthe present meet when he set one of his hull caps to within onehalf inch the goal The sweepstakes for dead stick landing will go to the pilot with the highest score at the end of the races The object of the contest is a landing with motor shut off one1 brakes untouched W W KraU of Loufsville landed at 3 feet 4 inches for second place and Basil Sims of Kankakee Ills at 6 feet 8 inches for third place In the womens dead stick event only one landed near enough to make measuring worth while She was Ruth Nichols of New York an she set her plane on the ground 11 feet and 3 inches from the goal Von Gronau Arrives CHICAGO Aug 30 Wolfgang Von Gronau and his thre companions escorted by a fleet o planes circles over the loop dis trict of Chicago at p m arriv ing from Buffalo to attend the na tional air races Council Bluffs Youth and Girl Are Attackec COUNCIL BLUFFS Aug 30 Dorr 18 and John Mullen 18 both of Council Bluffs were at tacked and beaten by two men a Rainbow Point near here early thi morning The girl was criminally attacke after Mullen had been slugged wit a gun Both were under the care o a doctor today Mullen drove to town and notifie officers after the attackers left Five Killed in Explosion BLANTYKE Scotland Aug 30 miners were killed an nine injured in an explosion in th Auchinraith Colliery here todu One of the Injured is in a critica condition FAIR TO START Uses Same Means by Which He Slew Wife AMARILLO Tex Aug 30 D Payne Amarillo attorney vho confessed slaying his wife in a levised explosion ended his own life ly the same means early today The fatal explosion was believed y officers to have been produced jy a vial of nitroglyccrin which Dayne carried suspended about his neck Fellow prisoners in the county ail where the awaited rial for the slaying of his wire vere dislodged from their cots A sleeping ceil mate was uninjured Payne died lying face down in his cot The lawyers death followed by a few hours his indictment by a grand iury on a first degree murder charge Late yesterday he was vis ted by two of hia children whom le greeted with a hysterical display of affection The attorney gave a etter to his mother and one to the mother of his wife into the keeping of n fellow prisoner shortly nftcr midnight The explosion took place few minutes later Paynes wife was killed and his 11yearold son maimed by a dyna mite bomb which wrecked the fam ily car June 12 Payne confessed killing his wife because of love for his stenographer Miss Verona Thompson RODEO MONDAY Labor Day Program to Be Feature First Day COMBINING the observance of Labor day with a program of automobile races rodeo and vaude ville acts the twenyfourth North Iowa fair will start Monday While the program before the grandstand in the afternoon and MONDAY a judging con test with Ernest Wright sec retary of Iowa State Dairy association in charge p ration La bor program Gcorgo W Lawson secretary of the Min nesota Federation oC Labor as speaker p by the Ma son City municipal band Eight events of fast auto races Five acts of vaudeville Marsh Sisters Sunshine the Four Eatons tho Three Alli sons BargerMiller trio and Jon Mclvin and company p concert by the Mason City municipal band Five actn of vaudeville Rodeo program Skelly Oil station Seventh street and North Federal avenue of about S100 in cash and travelers checks Saturday nonn the attend ant reported to local police head quarters Officers arc investigating the report of the robbery Albert Barclay 17 years of age was the attendant alone on duty at the station when the men entered About SSO in cash and 20 in trav elers checks were taken Barclay was unable to give an ac curate description of the men but officers are working on the clews which they have Whether or not he men came in autos and which way they left in not known Man Hns 1istol I bad just filled an auto with gasoline and walked into the sta tion said Barclay who lives at 322 Madison avenue northwest It was about oclock in the afternoon After I had been in the station about two minutes a man appeared in the door with a pistol in his hand em up he told us Then another man carrying a billy fol lowed him into the tation They or dered mo to open the cash drawer and then pushed me into the rest room One of the men said Stay in there five minutes Then they took the iriaoney about threeVriitn utes I carne out of the restVrobin and they were nowheres in sight I walked to tho sidewalk but couldnt sea them anywhere 2STo Cur In Sight Barclay who IKIS worked at the station for about 10 days said he wasnt certain whether or not the men had a car No car was in sight which he thot might have be longed to the men altho he de clared they mikht have parked an auto elsewhere According to Barclay the two men were of middle age and clean shaven They were dressed in ordi nary clothes but were neat Both were strongly built He said one wa about six feet tall and the other five feet nine inches evening is tbe chief attraction the free admission to the grounds will be an inducement to those who en joy seeing the exhibits patronizing the concessions and taking part in the various activities on the mid way The judging of the livestock which will continue thru most o the week will start at oclock Turn n THRO 8 Column D Blood Worth 525 Tint DES MOINES Aug 30 sons who have recovered from in fantile paralysis have been asked to furnish blood to be used in combat ting the disease Each pint of blood used will bring 2o Serum will be sold to physicians at cost thru the state health department Andree Waited 2 Years to Be Rescued Is Belief Swedish Party Did Die at Once Says Scientist OLSO Norway Aug 30 lief that Salomon Auguste Andree Swedish balloonist explorer waited for two years on icecaked White island in the futile hope of rescue before he died is entertained by Dr Adolf Hoel head of the Norwegian government research office in Spitsbergen Dr Hoel oro of the most learned men of the north thinks Andree and his companions mav have lived that long on the island where thcL bodies were found this month W years after their disappearance while attempting to fly across the North pole in a balloon I hold it possible he said that Anclreo and his colleagues might have been alive for from one to two years They were well equipped with provisions guns and munitions So it was possible for them to kill walrus which were abundant on the island There were also many birds there At the time when Andree started in his balloon there was very little drifting ice around the island This should exclude the theory that the balloon came further north and that Andree and his comrades tramped across the ice to White island Arctic dispatches today said a great bank ol white fog had de scended over the entire area where the sealer Bratvaag bearing the bodies of Andree and his two com panions is supposed to be In addition to the danger which this may indicate for the sealer itself considerable concern was felt that vessels searching for the craft to put doctors and scientists aboard her and arrange preservation of the bodies before she reached a warmer climate may not find her and will have to return to Tromsoe IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy possibly local thunderstorms slightly warm er in central and northeast portions Saturday night cooler Sunday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hoiir period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning iMiivimum Friday 87 Minimum in Night OK AI 8 A M Saturday it Fridays Iiijfh point in tempera ture wasi 3 degrees above that of tho previous day anrl 3 degrees be low the maximum of DO recorded on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday The day was listed as partly cloudy and the name classification for Sat urday seemed likely in the middle of tlie forenoon because cloudg had obscured Old Sol again WEEKS FORECAST For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and the northern and central great plains Generally fair and rather cool first part of the week preceded by showers over south portion Un settled and warmer latter half
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