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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 31, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO COME EARLY In the morning because of the heavy buying we are experienc ing this week we urge as many of our customers aa find It pos sible to come early and avoid crowds at Blackbird Gardens Mile North of Sugar Plant GERM PROCESS MOTOR W OIL FIRESIDE FUEL CO PHONE 888 We Sell and Service PHILCO United Motors B O P Motor Car Radios CENTRAL BATTERY ELECTRIC CO HERRING CLAIMS SLUMP NEAR END Crowds at Buffalo Cente and Lakota Hear Talks by Governor The United Statea is in its bigges battle in the present econom struggle but the sun Is already shin Ing through declared Gov L Her ring Tuesday afternoon in a Mem orial day address at Buffalo Cente He urged that all citizens be loya to the govenment and help It In il effort to establish conditions on firm basis and in the return to pros perity Sacrifices which were made b veterans of the Civil war Spanis American war and World war wer pointed out by Governor Herring Citizens were called on at presen to contribute their share in havin faith In the government lowan particularly he continued have ha a difficult time with low farm price but these are now rising and indica tions for better times are apparen A crowd of 1500 heard Goverao Herring and it was estimated 120 were unable to get into the auditor ium Ray Murray secretary of agri culture greeted residents in hi home town and introduced th speaker Governor Herring spoke brieflj in the morning at Lakota FOR SALE CHEAP Chick Starter Mash Egg Mash Pig Meal Cattle Fatlener Dairy Feed Consolidated Coal Co PHONE 1176 Klemme First National Bank Gets Verdict in Action Against Alberj GARNER May verdic was opened this morning in favo of the plaintiff in the action brought by the First National bank of Klemme against George Albers Klemme farmer The jury reporter it had reached a decision on the caae last nightThe case involved three notes two for and one for in mortgage actions Dunn and Wiegman were attorneys for the plaintiff and Bliss and Senneff for the defendant all of Mason City ICE CREAM PER QUAKT 25c 30c 40c A Dozen or More Flavors BIRDSALL Ice Cream Company 518 N FED 621 S FED IN THE RADIO WORLD Larners STRAW HATS For Greater Summer Comfort Here is a well stocked se lection ofthefinest straws styled in the most pop ular shapes Feather weight Bangkoko South American Panamas American made sailors Stop in tomorrow for your new straw the cost is very small 00 1 a count HMIUU nn WEDNESDAY MAY 31 Ontrnl mnnmra programs to Key ana basis chains or croups ttierto union specified coast to coast o to e designation Incluaei all mllBbto Programs subject to changep ic 87 the Associated NBOmiAr NETWORK IMS wcl will wtag well wll wni wlbr wro wg when wCMWtara wwj wal MM west I wma wo Ksd wocwho wow wdftf WOBTmvEST 4 wlbm klyr ciirw wttt mrao w wna wsun wJod wsm wmn wapl win wsmb klb only l by Burton Holmes Roberts Brolhfrs Goldbergs Sketch EYIce George Olsen 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wapl wjda wsmt IghL PArjFIO kgo krl Urn Hno kpo ktar llnrshall Sonus string Symphony CrlmeClews Mystery Phil Cook and His Act Holmes Adventure V a Marine Band Revelers Quartet Franklin Comedy XVorld Fair Program only Amos n for west Heatherlon Ever ett rpl Singers chorus towns Orch RADIO TUBES TESTED FREE IN OUR STORE COME IN SEE THE NEW QHUNOW Tho first real advance In Electric Refrigerators for the home VANCE MUSIC CO EVERYTHING IN MUSIC 124 North Federal Phone 7U8 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WARDEN RELATES STORY OF ESCAPE Continued From Page l proceeded on towards Wallulu Kans We passed the Chevrolet At Wallulu the Dodge sputtered again Clark tried to pull the car off the road The care stalled side ways in the middle of the slab blocking the Chevrolet which was approaching It Evidently the occu pant of the Chevrolet thought we intentionally blocked the road Guards on Outside The convicts immediately leveled guns at the Chevrolet and we changed places with the passen gers leaving Woodsone car In the middle of the highway Ed Davis a life termer took the wheel of the Chevrolet Bailey was bleeding I waa in the back seat The two guards rode the running board re volvers aimed at their heads Thev rode the running board the rest of the day We went south of 73B and later turned off into a dirt road I lost track of our route from them on I think we crossed the Kaw river about 10 miles southwest of Linwood Kans then drove into Eudora where we bought gasoline at an out of the way filling station Underbill paid for it I kept my head down The attendant wasnt suspicious Sees Police Car Somewhere below fCans the driver said he saw a po Ice car ahead One of my guards told me afterwards it contained uni ormed officers and appeared to carry a machine gun Davis stop Jed the car and ordered the guards ro stand off at the roadside Two onvicta jumped out with pistols prepared to meet the police car It came almost within range then went Into reverse and backed off Then it turned around and went speeding away from us Fourteen miles north of Parsons ve encountered a car Identified as hat of Ed ClumJ and the convicts leld it up Davis had complained the Chevrolet was getting too hot Pint of Whisky Sawyer and Brady took Laws he guard and climbed Into the Glum car We went on ahead the other following It could not keep up so we stopped and waited for it One of the convicts produced a lint bottle of whisky Everybody waa jubilant over that At Edna Kana we bought more as Underbill again paying for It Chen we struck south on a dirt road ind the bottle was passed to every ody but me and the guards When he boys began to loosen up and talk said Well you guys certainly pulled a clever job We suspected two weeks ago that you were smug gling guns but we couldnt find them We searched all the sisal bales thai came in1 Bailey the wounded man said we hadnt searched the right ones About sundown just before we drove Into Welch Okla we had a flat tire Davis parked at the side of the road and all of us got out of the car Two of the convicts repair ed the puncture grumbling and Underbill said he hadnt decided what to do with me and the guards bump us off or what Country Seems Wilder As we entered the Saginaw hills south of Welch twilight was des cending and the country seemed wilder than it really was Heres where were going to bump you off said Underbill Weve been waiting to get to these hills Everybody laughed Then he remarked well war den youve been a pretty decen fellow Dont think I ever met a better warden Youve handled the pen pretty well We turned from the road into higher and darker hills Suddenly the car stooped anc Underbill said well heres where you boys get out The guards stepped down I crawled out All of the convicts fol lowed us even Bailey I thought they were about to kill us Got any dough Underbill asked I had 65 cents Sherman said he had 30 cents Laws 15 or 20 cents Pretty Cheap Lot All the convicts laughed Pretty cheap lot they said Underbill reached in his pocket Here you are warden he said Take this dollar bill you may want something to eat and you can find a town We found a town all right After the convicts had climbed back into their had to be carried trudged on back to Welch more than ten miles away all mud dy very tired The convict car went on into the hills At Welch I reported to the town marshal who telephoned the prison Then I sat down to dinner Warden Prather said he believed he convicts had an excellent chance of making good their escape He said Bailey and Underbill appeared to be at home in the Saginaw bills Dr Hexcra Seriously 111 DECORAH May JD Hexem well known Decorah physi cian waa taken to the hospital Sat urday night following a severe at ack of dizziness caused by high lood pressure from which he had suffered for some time The doctors condition is now about the same MAY 31 1933 IN DAYS NEWS An old picture of Mrs M J Wood and her daughter Louise now 17 years old who were kidnaped by escaping Lansing Kann convicts and later re leased AMERICANS BOUND FOR LONDON MEET ConUnueU From Page 1 delicate subject personally Many here believed the success of the London conclave will depend greatly on successful clearing of the debt hurdle The topic however Is specifically barred from the pro jram of the conference which Is ufflciently loaded with thorny sub jects Drive Against Tariffs Secretary advo rate of tariff o put everything behind the drive for abolition of excessive tariffs discriminations quotas embargoes uid barriers of the many types that have been invented in the postwar ears of intense nationalism But Raymond Moley assistant secretary of state and others fear world is too fixed In the high ariff groove for much prospect of luccess Moley intimate adviser of the iresldent hopes the conference will achieve new tabillzation of the ma or currencies particularly the round dollar and franc so mer hants can do business interna ionally without fear of dizzy fluctu tions He hopes also for action to raise the price of silver and basic commodities such aa wheat But he warns against too great optimism FUGITIVES LEAVE TRAIL OF CRIME Continued From Pate 1 ed terms at Golden Colo and In Oklahoma and Missouri Clifford Dopson 18 sentenced in Cherokee county for car theft Served other Terms Billy Woods 22 5 to 15 years from Ford county for car theft previously served terms In Missouri and at Atlanta federal penitentiary for auto theft at Bateaville Ark A Payton 20 to 100 years for bank robbery in Labette county Wilbur Underbill 30 life term for slaying a Wichita Kans police man previously involved in Oklaho ma murders and served term in Missouri for highway robbery Ed Davis 30 life term for bank robbery in Bourbon county previ ously served term in Oklahoma N Y GUNMEN IN CHICAGO STYLE Pour Pistol Volley Into 10 Men and Boy Lined Up Against Wall NEW YORK May 31 men who copied a crimsoned page from Chicago book of crime fled into hiding today after killing one man and wounding five persons Employing the technique of the 3t Valentines day massacre of Chicago four killers lined 10 men and a 15 year old boy against the vail of the Castle cafe tiny eating house late last night Now you rats they said how do you like this They poured a pistol volley into heir victims and fled while the teeming east side neighborhood screamed In panic Police found Charles Buster Domlnlco dead and two men seri ously wounded The other two men vho were shot escaped with minor lurts as did Bernard Biaustein o Another wanton killing last night marred New Yorks drive to clean up Charles Mehling 25 sitting in an automobile with a young wo man was shot through the mouth when he objected to language used by two robbers who had taken the girls purse CONVICT LEADERS rreis Photos Ringleaders in the Lansing linns prison break Below is Wilbur Underbill twice Kcn tcnced to life for murder Harvey J Bailey alias John Brennan bank robber A man so a heartadvice colum nist tells us should make his wife a silent partner in his affairs Well t would be a great trick if ho ould do Herald HELD IN PROBE OF WIFES DEATH No Charges Filed Against Lamson Womans Head Crushed SAN JOSE Cal May 31 David A Lamson sales manager of L the Stanford University Press was held in the Santa Clara county jail here today pending further Cation of the death of his wife Mrs Allene Thorpe Lamson attractive I executive secretary of the unlver i slty Y W C A No charge had been placed Lamson said by physicians to be suffering from shock and in a semi hysterical condition Holiday calm on the Stanford campus was disturbed with the dis covery of Mrs Lamsons body the victim of a violent death 5n the bathroom of the couples home Her head had been crushed by a terrific blow Persons From Out of Town in Thompson for Bakke Funeral THOMPSON May from out of town who attended the funeral Sunday for the late H H Bakke were daughters Mr and Mrs Ben Oftedahl of Stuartville Minn and Mrs Alvin RtskedahK and daughter Nadine two sons Martin Bakke of Chicago Harold Bakke of St Paul Mr and Mrs C A Fagerland Mrs Mallnda ke Mrs O F Olson Mr and Mrs Elmer Olson Albert Olson all from Roland Iowa Mrs Knute Hereim Jacob Hereim Mrs A Espeland and son Cyrus from Rake Iowa Mr and Mrs L Rlskedahl and son Roy all from Alden Minn Mr and Mrs Lloyd Nelson from Albert Lea Mr and Mrs Martin Thomp son and daughter Gladys of Buf falo Center Grafton Starts Plans to Celebrate July 4 GRAFTON May ton Jians to celebrate July 4 for the first tme in 11 years The Grafton baseball club is sponsoring the event There will be a ball game in the afternoon and a bowery dance in the evening besides other at tractions HERE SILENT HIGHESIANMNOCKKKGULARPRICE Today a new motor fuel goes on salea motor fuel with the highest antiknock value ever offered at the price of regular gasoline You can get it at any White Eagle pump marked And so pronounced is its antiknock performance in any power mileage and we call it the new Silent Mobilgas In short the new 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