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FIVE ARE OPPOSING
BROOKHARTINiOWA
Close Voting Is Expected To
day in Primary Elec
tions.
By the Associated Presa.
DES MOINES, Iowa, June 6.—Six
Republican candidates for United States
Senator raced for primary favor of the
Iowa electorate today, among them the
Incumbent, Senator Smith W. Brook
hart. foe of “Wall Street and big busi
ness ”
Thirty-five per cent of the total vote
east is required in Iowa for primary
nomination; otherwise the nominee Is
picked by the State convention. On
this political foes of Brookhart based
their hope of replacing him in Congress.
Large Vote Predicted.
Due to the six-cornered Republican
contest and five candidates fighting for
the Democratic senatorial nomination,
campaign managers predicted an un
usually large vote; 400.000 Republican
and 100.000 Democratic votes would be
cast, they estimated.
Iowa has been enjoying good weather
and this was expected to be a big factor
In slowing up returns. With the polls
open until 8 D.m.. farmers were ex
pected to remain at work until as late
as possible before voting.
In addition to the senatorial race,
Townns also expressed their preference
for candidates for Representative and
for Governor and other State officers.
Gov Dan Turner. Republican, was
seeking renomination.
All Sides Optimistic.
Senator Brookhart. on the eve of the
polling, expressed confidence he would
obtain the requisite minimum and more.
But his rivals beamed with equal con
fidence. One of them. Henry Field of
Shenandoah, predicted both he and
Brookhart would get the 35 per cent.
The other four in the field were George
Cosson. Glenn C. Haynes and Louis H.
Cook, all of Des Moines, and L. E.
El'-kelberg of Waterloo.
The five Democratic candidates for
Senator are former United States Sen
ator Dan F. Steck of Ottumwa, Loul*
Murphy of Dubuque. FYed P. Hage
mann of Waverly. M G. Kraschel of
Harlans and Charles F. Lytle of Sioux
City. Due to red'stricting, congressional
races were uncertain.
TWO WOMEN ARRESTED
AFTER MAN IS STABBED
Window Also Shattered During
Disorders at Seventh and
G Streets.
Two colored women were booked on
a series of charges at No. 4 police
station late last night, following dis
orders at Seventh and G streets south
west.
In the course of the brawl, two wom
en. one of them colored, were injured
when a plate glass window was shat
tered. and Norman Bragg, 19, of the
900 block of F street southwest, re
ceived a stab wound in the chest. He
was admitted to Emergency Hospital
for treatment.
Georgia Lewis. 19. colored, is charged
with intoxication, disorderly conduct
and assault with a dangerous weapon,
and Ola Mills, 29, also colored, said
to have pushed the Rittenhouse woman
through the window. Is charged with
assault and the other three offenses.
PAVLOWA ESTATE FOUND
TO BE NEARLY $400,000
Administrator Beveals Debt-Free
Properties and No Worthless
Securities in Dot.
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, June 6.—Anna Pavlowa’s
estate, estimated at $200,000 when she
died in January. 1931, is actually near
ly twice that large, due to her skill in
Investing money, it was disclosed today
with the filing in Surrogate’s Court of
documents in connection with settle
ment of the estate.
There was not one worthless stock
certificate or bond in her estate, her
administrator revealed. She died owing
no one. A series of widely printed ad
vertisements have failed to produce a
single creditor.
Her husband, Victor Dandre of Lon
don, her sole heir, will receive $331,163,
In addition to $30,000 already paid him.
Officer Retires
ENDS 39 YEARS’ POLICE
SERVICE.
B. P. BATSON,
Who was retired last Thursday after 39
years on the police force. Batson, who
lives at 508 Lincoln avenue, Rlverdale,
spent nearly 23 years In the ninth pre
cinct, a year In the tenth and the rest
of the time In the second, under Capt.
Hugh H. Grove. The 64-year-old officer
was given’ a watch and chain by fellow
policemen and a hunting outfit by his
family. —Star Staff Photo.
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