Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on July 26, 1933 · Page 7
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"BUY BETTER HI AMBS" AMW DAILY TRIBUNE TIMES, A MM. IOWA WEDKEIDAY, JULY 26, 1M3. PAOBflTB Federal Forces Imaging Relentless And Successful War on Kidnapers CHICAGO <UJB)—Tb« federal ernnient's department of Justice, rapidly gaining a reputation for persistence equal to that of tbe royal aorthwest mounted and Scotland yard/ Is keeping its promise to smash kidnaping gangs. On three widely separated fronts Tuesday the department's agents gnawed Quietly at the roots of three millionaire abductions. In two of them they had captured suspects, and in one of these they bad obtained confession*. In one of the cases federal agents held Chicago^ reigning gang power— Roger Touny, leader of tbe Terrible Touhy" northwest side ga*g, and three of his henchmen. A few hours after John (Jake the Barber) Factor was freed following 12 dayi captirlty and purported payment of a 150,000 ransom, Melvln Purvis, chief of the government's investigation bureau In Chicago, announced bis department was launching the most wide- sweeping drive against kidnapers la Its history. In Washington federal operatives issued instructions for families of kidnap victims. They told them to imniedlately notify the department of justice, and j to be assured that nothing would be done to interfere with safe return of their relatives. Immediately the local agents delved Into the Factor case. On information furnisheil by police the> strongly suspected the Touhy mob. A few days lated Touhy was unwittingly captured In Elkhora, Wis., by an unarmed, rookie policeman. Heavily armed federal agenta returned Touhy j&nd bis men to Chicago. Their first move to show that they meant business was to refuse Touby his freedom on a habeas corpus writ Working with Factor, Touhy and his men were identified positively as kidnapers of Factor and William Hamm Jr., SL Paul brewer, who wag held for $50,000. Tuesday Touhy was in Milwaukee under heavy guard. Purvis said charges would be filed against him under the nejw Lindbergh kidnaping law. As success crowned operatives' efforts *in the Factbr and Hamm cases, orders were issued to redouble efforts against abductors of Charles F. Urscbel. millionaire Oklahoma oil man. Additional operative* were understood to have been sent from Washington to aid in tbe case, Altho the Drschel family ordered police to withdraw their investigation, federal agents, non-committal on their findings, quietly pursued their task. They gave no hint of their activities but were known to still be working on the case. As result of federal agents' work, she persons are under arrest in connection with the kidnaping of August mer, elderly Alton, m., bank millionaire. Categorical con-, fessions have been obtained. Less than two weeks after the banker: ill and nearly starved, was fret A on a lonely -highway at midnight, ppents discovered the farm dugout where he vas beid captive. Michael and Anna Musiala, on v.'hose farm the dugout was located. were arrested. Percy Fft«geraJ<j, also arrested, was identified by Mrs. Luer as one of the two men who seizeU her husband. Other* held were Randall Norwell, a bondsman, Norma Vaughn, and Frank Douglass. Altho It had been reported a ransom had been paid, agents said Luer was freed without surrender of funds by tbe family. "This war on kidnapers will continue until every abduction gang is wiped out," Pun-is said. "These men will learn that the federal government means business. SHKLDAHL Spw-ial t the Tribune-Times. Miss Carrie Larson and Miss Jean Evans of Des Moines are en- Joying their vacation in the mountains of Colorado. They live In a cabin near running brooks . and pleasant scenery of monutalns. They will return thi* week. Miss Juanlta Earp Is visiting a t the home of her uncle at Peoria, III ..She will also attend the world's fair with them. Mrs. 0. Sheldahl and Anna visited at the Fred Croft home Monday afternoon. Dwlght Croft displayed his "tiny town" to them. He has completed making a miniature mechanical town run by electricity. There are people walking the streets, auto*, bicycles, trucks and wagons pa&sing by. while the clerks are busy at their counters and roller skating enjoyed upstairs, people drinking from fountains, pumping water and various other attractions which occur in a small town. It is all hand made aad very interesting. Eunice Earp crushed two fingers of her right hand in the car door Sunday evening. However it was not serious and she i* getting along well. Mr. and Mrs. Earp motored to Des Moines Sunday evening. Eunice who bad spent a week in Des Moines accompanied them home. ^— Fishing wouldn't be so bad, if the fish would only bite just half is often as tbe roosquitos. Bright Spots in Business By UNITED MESS General Motor* Corp. reports first half net Income of $48,0«8,17«. against {15,019.404 in the corresponding months of last year. Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. oeelcrts sxtra dividend of 25 cent* a *har« on common stock. Proctor & Gamble Co. reports net income for year ended June 30 of *10.811,325, against H>,132.545 In I preceding 12 mouth*. IM Co. r*»«rU «uart«f rv* *>r*m MI $410, 41S, again** net loss of »Z23,- •M In »r«a«4llM| thr«« m«nth«, Wabash Railway Co. reports June net operating income of 1611,190. against operating deficit of IH.180 in June, 19S2. FOUNDATION COLLAPSES KELLEY — The foundation of the farmer* elevator her* gave way recently allowing a large amount of corn to fall to the ground near the railroad tracks. Extra men were employed to repair the' damage and shovel tbe corn into place. A new cement foundation is betas put in. Anm Woman Suet for Divorce Decree NEVADA— Mrs. Rh«a Allen of northwest of Ames, ha* filed suit in district court here for a decree of divorce from Ned Alien, whom she charges with cruel and inhuman tmtmtat. Tbe couple was married in Ames Dec. 22, 1925. Mr*. Allen ask* the custody of two minor children aad temporary aad permanent alimony. OLDEST tUlWAY BOSTON. <tt»— Trolley* still operate in the nation's oldest subway h«re. It is the Tremont street subway, built In 1887. With subsequent alteration* it cost $4,370.000. Answers to Test Questions 1. Jointly by federal aad stat* funds. 2. Italian. 3. Tbe Revolutionary war. 4. East of Jerusalem. 6. In 1807. «. Order of tfcs LszarlsU. 7. William Shake*peare. 8. Cocoa. 9. Kovno. 10., Famed Florentine painter, sculptor, architect, engineer, and scientist. DBS MOINES, (Of.)— Iowa, dairy officials and creamery operators Wednesday started a series of meetings throughout, the state to discuss the new butter code incorporated in the agricultara! recovery act. The first of the series held at Spencer Wednesday afternoon was in charge ol Fred Larabee of Fort Dodge, president of the Iowa State Dairymen's association. Other officials attending the meetings were B. 0. Brownlee, director of dairy inspection of the state department of agriculture, and Clyde. Bechtelheimer, secretary of lows Creameries' association. Bechtelheimer attended the national meeting at Washington, D. C. last we«k and will explain the new code to creamery men. All meetings are schedued In the court houses of the respective sites wita the exception of- the one at Ames which will be conducted on the Iowa State college campus at the Dairy building. The schedule of meeting? beginning Thursday are as follows: Atlantic, Julv 27; Ames, July 28; Ottumwa, July 31; Cedar Rapids. Aug. 1; West Union, Aug. 2; and Mason City, Aug. 3. The buttentakers are only one ssctiou of the national agricultural act, Ray g- Murray, state agricultural head pointed out. Meetings of other sections excluding the corn and hog producers are scheduled in the near future. Cere's Good News for Some Children MILWAUKEE, Wis. (U.E) , e *8 for children who ^ e 8 Ptoach came Wed- m the Am erican Os- Uohee. ^hiM 1 Wa S°er of Philadelphia told the assembly that carrots and peas have higher iron content than declared. , don>t it, he Botany Head Will Lecture at Annual Wild Life School Dr. I. E. 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