Casper Star-Tribune from Casper, Wyoming on October 25, 1931 · 2
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Page Two THE CA SPETC TRIBUNE - HERALD Sun'day, October 25, 193 FDSHAV FACES SEGOI TRIAL Woman Juror Defeats Court Conviction MEN PICKED TO STABILIZE NATION'S BANK SYSTEM MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. 24. (JP V. B. Foshay will have a second chance to win freedom from government charges of mail fraud because the only woman member of the Jury which heard his trial Mrs. Genevieve A. Clark of Minneapolis, said she trusted him. On Jan. 11, the second trial of the promoter with six codefendants will begin, following the dismissal yesterday of the panel which was unable to agree on a verdict after deliberations lasting more than a week in which the woman consistently refused to change her mind. The 11 men who were members of the panel were agreed, voting for conviction of the seven men. But Mrs. Clark voted for acquittal on the 200th ballot as well as the first and her colleagues finally gave up the effort to convert her to their view. The group was given the case Oct 16. Dismissal of the group came when it was reported to Judge Joseph Molyneaux that Mrs. Clark had suf fered a fainting spell during the noon recess induced by the strain of the continuous efforts to win her to the position taken by the men. mm i - F, Flfllf s THOS. EDISON'S VOICE One of the most prized objects In the possession of the Farrens Music rranmnv. 128 West Second street. is a phonograph record, on which is preserved the voice of Thomas Edi-Fon, a gift to the company from Mr.. Edison. " The disk was recorded on the occasion of a family reunion at Mr. TTriisnn's heme at West Orange. N. J., five years ago. It was strictly a souvenir record, on the occasion of the distribution of a new machine constructed by the Edison Talking Machine company, sent the Farrens firm by the famous inventor. Order Placed for Five New Planes By War Department WASHINGTON, Oct. 24. UP) Five Lockheed, lowwingea airplanes of a new experimental type were ordered tcaay oy tne war uepari,-ment from the Detroit Aircraft corporation at a cost of $166,332. The price includes spare parts and engineering data. The army air corps will experiment with the planes, which are of the two-seater pursuit type, to ascertain whether they can be used advantageously in attacks as well. While a pursuit plane is designed primarily to combat other planes, an attack ship is designed especially for use aaralnst ground troops. I w J, .'S3 t5 4 Here are the 12 men and their two attorneys, selected as, directors of the National Credit Corporation formed at the request of President Hoover to stabilize the banking structure of the nation as they held their first meeting at New York with George M. Reynolds, of Chicago, elected chairman of the billion-dollar corporation's board. Left to right, front row, Daniel G. Whig, of Boston; George M. Reynolds; Mortimer N. Buck-ner, president, of New York, and Walter W. Smith, of St. Louis; rear, Alfred E. Mudge and Alfred A. Cooke, attorneys; Arthur E. Braun, of Pittsburgh; Edward W. Dscker, Minneapolis; John M. Miller, Jr., Richmond, Va.; Frank B. Anderson. San Francisco; John K. Ottley, Atlanta; Nathan Adams, Dallas (in extreme rear); Liv ingstone E. Jones, Philadelphia, and W. S. McLucas, of Kansas City, Mo. iIS C01E TO TEACHERS' AID Chicago Instructors Get Money Again CHICAGO, Oct. 14. UP) There were dollars In sight todav for the city's 14,000 school teachers, payless since April. Bankers announced yesterday that they would come to the rescue of not only the cash-bankrupt school board but also the city administra tion In buying recast tax warrants whenever possible. The decision was made after representatives of the school board and the city met with agents of the Continental Illinois Trust and Savings, the First National, the Central Republic, and other banks. For months they have refused to buy 1931 warrants because of the uncertainty of collection not only of 1931 but of 1930 taxes. School board officials began work yesterday on legal details of the plan to obtain $7,000,000 needed for teachers salaries. Under the plan sanctioned by the city council, the school board would raise the Interest rates on the warrants held by the city from 4 to 6 per cent: the city would dispose of them to banks and private interests, and reinvest in 1931 educational warrants. HOOVER BROADCASTS RELIEF! PLEA I - i '' If fjj President Herbert Hoover is' photographed on board the battleship U. S. S. Arkansas, near Annapolis, Md., on his trip to the sesqui-centennlal celebration of Cornwallis surrender at Yorktown. After landing, the chief executive broadcast an appeal to the nation for unemployment relief In Dehalf of community funds. 9- Gangster Grabs Bucket to Ward Off Photographer GLOBE HOTEL Wheatland, Wyo. Strictly Modern Cafe in Connection m CHICAGO, Oct. 24. (JP) The steady composure that Al Capone maintained during his trial broke today a half hour after he was taken to the county jail as he attempted to attack a newspaper photographer with a water bucket. The photographer, Thomas Johnson, arrived late and trained his camera on the gangster. Picking up the bucket, Capone bellowed: TH knock your block off!" He was quickly surrounded by guards and led away. Previously as he was led from the courtroom, on his way to the United States marshal's office, he confronted a battery of photographers, with: "Get enough, boys, you won't see me for a long, long time. Lost Man Named Murphy Who Came From County Clare STARTING 'EM IN YOUNG l " f ' -rW :P& mlilHk, -h f Mini . Tmim Friendly Portland Whale Killed; Sailor Hopes to "Cash in" on EtlielKert PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 24. (JP) Dead is Ethelbert, a harpoon through the back of the friendly whale that visited Portland after a fresh water (trip of 114 miles up the Columbia river. For exhibition purposes was the deep sea visitor killed, said reports reaching: the Oregon Humane so ciety, which announced it would seek arrest of El Lessard, self styled "whaler of the old school." Lessard s was reported tto have harpooned Ethelbert this morning, with Intentions to scuttle a few coins from the public that wished to view the mammal. Ethelbert, so dubbel by those who saw him at play, first put in an appearance on Columbus day in Ore gon slough, a branch of the Columbia river here. Several times since the strange visitor had been seen diving and blowing, seeming to en-Joy the fresh water bath. Pennsylvania Wins Harriman Memorial NEW YORK. Oct. 24. W The Pennsylvania railroad today was BIOS FOR TWO TURKS ON TEAPOTARE ASKEQ Sealed bids for two l.OOC-La-rr-redwood tanks for a wattr systi at Camp' No. 1, U. S. naval parol, eum reserve in Teapot Dome. Via be received until 11 o'clock :0a. day morning, Nov. 2, at tlie eff r. of Comdr. A. A. Baker, at 510 cI solidated Royalty building, it ry announced Saturday. Specifications call for a bid cev?r-in? the two tanks and the erec::-n together with connections to th existing water piping system. Oil Tariff Bloc Urged on West EL DORADO, Rans.. Oct. 24. P Congressman &L C. Garber, ErJd. Okla, urged a West-South political combination against eastern interests relative to an oil tariff in an address here before the Kansas Independent Petroleum association. He challenged Secretary Wilbur's authority to conduct an investigation of the oil industry in Kansa and Oklahoma and declared "W shall either protect this great industry with an oil tariff or should make every effort to revise this protection we have extended the east.'' awarded the E. H. Harriman memorial award gold medal for the best 1930 safety record among railroads, operating 10,000,000 or more locomotive miles. The award vas made at a luncheon given by the American Museum of Safety. The New York Central railroad received a certificate of honorable mention in competition with the Pennsylvania. Niece of Queen Mary Weds Commoner; Wears Old Veil nmcAGO. Oct. 24. U) James McSweeney, secretary of "the police dpnartment. received a letter from Alfred Finn, 228 St. Nicholas avenue, New York City, yesterday, which read: "I am trying to find a family named Murohv. One member of the family Is on the police force. Would you please send me tne aaaress 01 Policeman Murohv. I think ne came from County Clare. Ireland." McSweney got out Tne police ros ter. On It were 50 Murohvs. Ten were from Ireland, and two from County Clare. And so Mcsweener wrote: "John Murphy, No. 2, County Clare," and said: T hope this Murphy Is your Mur phv." : " . , . iuuiuj, mi active meiuucrs OX me .Nazi party, evidently hf lieve m starting their younger members in earlv in - - " u ufiaicu ua.jiu ana arm. IN OtG ftt7en e littJe boy in his father's arms is according "Handsome Adolf a salute after Hitler. Fascist leader, made a speech in Berlin , denouncing the present Government in Germany. Are All His Statements As "Correct" as This? Statement of Mayor Ro well: "All work and supplies for cars not owned by City stoppe'd at City Garage, and same made self-supporting." Here Are the Facts: Report of Municipal Garage foreman for 1930: SERVICE TO Private Cars of City Employes Cost the city for gas, oil, anti-freeze and repairs THE SUM OF $2,250.60. This includes $99.67 for gas, oil, etc., for the private car of City Treasurer LeRoy Joyce. DENVER, Oct. 24. (UP) The Englewood State bank, Colorado's most robbed institution, will provide a few surprises for the next holdup who walks into the institution, C. W. Bish, president, announced today. Bulletproof glass will enclose the tellers' cages, and a tear gas sys tem, designed to bring remorse to any would-be robber's eyes, has been planned. All around, the bank will be "bandit-proof," and the Englewood institution will have the distinction of being the first so-equipped concern in this region. Twice within the past two weeks, lone gunmen have looted the institution. Two previous robberies within the past two years, have established a real record for the bank. EVERYBODY KEEP BORAH 01 EVE 0! itiUif iOT BALCOMBE, England. Oct. 24. (JP) Lady May Cambridge, niece of Queen Mary and daughter of the Earl of Athlone. was married to day to Captain Henry Abel Smith commoner, in a wedding service from which the word "obey" wc omitted. Archbishop William Carter, for mer archbishop of Cape Town, per formed the ceremony, using the ser vice of the new revised prayer book. LadyMay was the first royal bride in England who did not promlse'at the altar to "obey" her husband. She wore the priceless lace wed ding veil her aunt Mary wore 38 years ago when she married the Duke of York, now King George V, Her dress was of antique satin, flow ing in soft folds to her ankles. There was a lustrous satin train and the sleeves were long. Thousands of sightseers had come to the little village hours before the ceremony, crowding around the me! lowed old St. Mary's church and In the road near the home of the bride's father. There wrere extra police to handle the crowd and the traffic problem was no small detail for this wedding was one of the most Important of the season. Statement of Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Stirs Washington Gossip Woman Who Killed Brother-in-Law Is Given Five Years WASHINGTON, Oct. 24. (JPh- Whether he Intended it or not, Sen ator Borah found today that he had projected himself Into the Hoover Laval negotiations with such Unexpected and terrific force as to all but take the spotlight away from tne wnite House. While the president and the French premier were talking in the Lincoln StUdV. With onlv a. Kiv.lino statement to tell the world what it was about, Mr. Borah spoke for pub- FOR MAYOR VOTE FOR OTTO M. MM J 'And a Business Administration This advertisement paid for by Casper Taxpayers. Political Adv. RILEY'S CAFE ENTERED ID ROBBED SATURDAY Forty-five dollars and ni rTiArV were stolen irom Kiiey's cafe, 144 South Center street, early Satur day morning. A suspect Is being neia at tne city jau for Investigation, police reported Saturday. Although the screen on the rear window was found torn, it was not thought that anyone could enter the cafe by that means. The check was made out to Riley's cafe on the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph company, and it was signed bv J. F. Porter. ThP number of the check was 10949. Second in Series of Lectures Announced On Sundav pvpnlntr of f vA t- - - 0 v viic 4,,Jr Dartmental club firms qrq nQvHH -t vraavi cai aj-enue, Mrs. Helene Hutchlnsson will lecture on 'The Organization of the International Congres at - Ommen, Holland." This Is the second rr series by Mrs. Hutchinsson. under auspices of the Casper TheosorhiQi . r u vviutauv in. l Tited. ,s - - . - . v Z- ."4 1, ; lication at great length and In great detail, even suggesting a re vision of the Versailles treaty and readjustment of the Polish corri dor. The words of the foreign relations committee chairman, reproduced in the morning newspapers, were read with amazement by many officisls who had been counselling against any public expression Just now on these delicate subjects. From the front pages of several of the papers read in Washington the massive features of the senator looked out at readers, high and low, while the photos of Mr. Hoover and Mr. Laval were discovered in subordin ate places. Some of these naners 1m imm inently quoted M. Laval as caution ing the French newspapermen who came over witn mm not to take too seriously the words of a senator who spoke only for himself, and as warning that he did not come across the sea to engage in "polemics" with Mr. Borah. The oriein of this a not easily established. evidently it came from someone in the French' delezatinn. t.hrnnei some one in the corps of French cor- 1CBMUI1UCI1MS. SEATTLE, Oct. 24. (P The maximum manslaughter sentence of five to 20 years was Imposed today on Mrs. Florence Secord Kitoff, 32, formerly of Butte, Mont., who fatal ly shot her brother-in-law. Paul Kitoff. San Francisco Russian, on a downtown street here last May. Tried for first degree murder, she had pleaded mental Irresponsibility testified beatings Inflicted by her husband, Mike Kitoff, were to blame for her condition. She also said Paul Kitoff interferred in an attempted reconciliation with her husband. The jury returned a verdict of manslaughter. HOTEL J S TE W ART Centrally located dowrvtown on Geary Street near Powell, dose to the principal stores and theatres. High class accomroodationsat very modtxatera tea beginning at $1.50 without bath and $ with bath. Excellent meal Break-fast J5CTOC and 60c ;Luncheon yoc.Sun- Dinner 8 Sunday. Umx Write fot Stewirt folder which n enmpfct tariff tod list the tight to k in and irouna ft J m mm mt fc. F . . V . m Do not set your house on fire to fry an egg. You need not go to too great expense to briny added prosperity to your business use regular classified ads. These little ads briny b's results! ' . 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