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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 9, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Mostly fair tonight colder in north east and east central portions Sattv day unsettled and warmer probaoly followed by rain or snow North Iowas Doily Newspaper Final Edition Edited for tlie Home DAILY TIMES MARCH AND MASON CITY I L Road Bill taS BUZZARD iTVIO FLYERS DIE MERCHANT DIES IPilot and Observer in Nicaragua Jump to Deaths Nicaragua March 9 buzzard slow and clumsj in flight today was credited with hav inc brot to earth a fast moving Am erlcan marine plane killing its two oc Theplane carrying Capt William C Byrd Orangeburg S pilot an Ruoolph A Frankforter Quan ScoT observer was flying south ward bound from Ocotal on a tes along over the heavil wooded country it was believed have Ktruck a large buzzard brea ing a strut supporting the right win A the Plane was about to and on tl field at Esteli the wing collapsed The Plane beean to turn over a over The aviators Jumped from of approximately 2u6 feet that altitude their parachutes tail to open Both men were killed Bvrd and Sergeant Fran footer cameto Nicaragua about thi weeks ago aboard the aircraft corr Saratoga Frankforter was an exp enced aviator His father lives county ew and he leaves a widow and three c dren at CJuantico WEALTHY STORE OWNER DIES IN ATLANTO CITY Wanamaker Dead After Brief Illness Was Aviation Booster MACHINE GUNS i KODSIAN WANAMAKER Heail of the New York Tarls London stores Rodman V aim mnker above died at his Atlanta City home Friday morning after n fourday illness Hoover Files for Backing From 4 State Secretar Enters Indiana NEW YORK March Rodman Wanamalier merchant prince who died today at lite At iaiitlc villa Had Ms life In sured for mailing him SErf most hoavlly insured persons in the country The Spec tator insurance magazine last September ranked him at tho head of a list ot 194 peisons who held policies for or more Only seven persona held policies as great as ATLANTIC CITY N March P1Rodman Wanamaker isew IOIK and Philadelphia merchant one of Watson Wanamaker engaged in activities His achievements were recognized by decorations by six fox support of the de velopment ot aviation began before the World war brot universal Uoti of Us coming Importance Built Two Airship He built two airships callJjL Am secondbe which wa Dead Ten Times Baby Still Lives HcmscTTVIeasureYOUNG PUPILS DEATH IN BOND PLAN IS PASSED 3217 IN UPPERHOUSE Senators Adopt One Amendment Limiting Interest Rate BULLETIN DBS MOINES March state has no right to Issue bonds to retire county road bonds Senator J O Slmff of the senate hhrhirayi committee declared to day In formal statement to ex plain a point raised in the state sonalo In connection with the bond bill passed yes terday by the senate The hi as Introduced and passed docs not state that the proponed to be Issued state bonds absorbs the out standing county bonds and the op ponents ot the measure aware of that fact wjen the bill was Introduced he saw TIES MOINES March passed by the Iowa senate yes er Will Rogers Says Were sent to Ni vise an election and have to until H held which la meantime the marine doing all they can to see that there are fewer votes to supervise and latino 1 doing all to that there are fewer marines to The next time go wet nursing mm ambitious republic election whv Kb in so early Go In on the I day of election We are the only nation that ever supervised any thing a year before It was suppose shorter and fewer u ROGEHS Copyright Chicago Seek toTrace of Shipment CHICAGO March seeking trace of a shipment of sis machine guns which has mysteriously a Happeared were convinced today hat Chicago gangland Is admins for another violent episode of Its storms Machine guns recently were ordered In the name of the MexicanAmerican Vnnvnlnv Police learned of the pur chase and shipment thru Alexander Dunlap Chicago representative of Col HM Thompson Inventor ot the guns Dunlap said a bad check was given in payment and that upon investlga in WASHINGTON March Herbert Hoover for seven years sec retary of commerce today was defin itely in the race in four states for delegates to tlie republican nattona convention at Kansas City This Gt ure will bo raised to 209 when plans are carried out to rile name in three other states having 13 delegates Further indications that friends o the war time relict and food adinm istrator are not going to let any gra grow under their feet in their qucs for his presidential nomination i June were given yesterday when they obtained his consent to enter the May 8 primary in Indiana where he will buck another favorite son candidate states Her heart slopping and nil not once hut 10 times in a Mrs Ruth Olmsteud the llUDMts to authorize issuance of ln state bond for primary wcmonta today was Bubmittcd In I house for the similar measure on 6 Shinto amendment occupied senate yesterday Senate Wont Vote Change In Farm Bill Rural Organizations Asked CROSSINGSMASH Sus Drivers Vision Ob scured by Heavy Snowfall MARBLE ROCK March Rushing thru a blinding snowstorm ate yeeterday a Rock Island passcn er train broke up a happy homeso ng group of school children by smash ing their bus to bits two ot young passengers and injuring 15 oth ers and the bus driver at a crossing five miles southeast of here Hoger Stauffer 10 and Harrison Mny 12 sons of farmers living nsar here were instantly killed when tho locomotive struck the bus squarely reduced It to fragments and scattered the passengers about the scene All the children who had left Marble Rock consolidated school for their home just before 4 oclock were Injured seven so seriously they were taken to a Waterloo hospital aboard the train which was destined lor that city and running late when the catastrophe occurred 1 Seriously Injured 111 tlon he learned that no such had ever occupied oKIcea at the ad laws gunmen have found It difficult to buy funs locally The man who negotiated the pur chase save the name Bavo Goldberg The Jnk upon which the check was drawn Dunlap said reported the com I pany once had a small account there I which has been closed lorsome time 3 Police believe that one of the weapons in the MexicanAmerican ompany shipment may have been Senator Watson for that delegates Soon Be Six Stales Hoover already had filed in Ohio cm April fight H out Wilh Senator Willis of that state for Its block of 51 delegates in whose delegates number 19 and More the flight of Commande Wcbard E Byrd across the Atlantic He served New York City as spe cial deputy pollco commissioner aim on several mayoral committees and was appointed a member of the gov eVnor8 staff with the title ot colonel iMS While in Philadelphia he was a trustee of museums and art interment will bo in the cemetery of St James TheLess near del mantown Pa Mr Wanamaker Is survived b5 his son napt lohn WanamnKer two Mrs Fernanda W Munn Gnrnee Munn While one ot the worlds leading merchants Mr Wanamaker marked his career for posterity by His support of iiviation and public work H is not a he said nnce the senais t tlon and the representatives bciran consideration ot other adments That Advisory Councils Be Established WASHINGTON March S Revision of the bm o provldo for creation ot councils in federal laud bank districts BtUl a chang ftFTERlLLISION Crew of Swedish Vessel Saved Ship Towed to New Orleans NEW ORLEANS March The Jlunson liner Hermes sank In the Mississippi river 32 miles below New Orleans early today after a collision with the Norwegian steamer MO demi according to reports reaching U Munaon line offices hero The Hermes a Swedish steamship was chartered by the Munson com pany Shu was ot approximately gross tons The Munson offices reported all H s no at within a few years we sliall be e to enter an aircraft in New uu e to enter an alrcra ft in bafllv dam ged Is being towed to New Friday afternoon he in London on turday spend the weekend theie occurred during e d return to New York In time for n igan which has He also has flcfiuHoly decided lo usd Tuesday night in the attack iiDon Tack McGurn asaoclate ot Al I Sealface Capone long labeled a gang a leader Three men armed with pls 1 tots tJnd a sub machine gun shot down JH McGurn in a cigar store on the near enter California his home state will 2 delegates Tsew Jersey with 31 am Oregon with 33 At first reluctant to enter Indiana Secretary Hoover held several confer fences here with Oscar Foelllnge I Fort Wayne newspaper publisher wi will 1ls campaign In thn state K M Wasmuth former dial of the republican state comml 1 north side l Rockwell Man Hurt 1 ROCKWELU March John G Overbeck Bath township llvliis ye I A miles northwest of Rockwell is suf II feiliB from a broken rait falling on him causetl y The GlobeGazette Offers Booklet on City Home Gardens K you expect lo enjoy an eady radish home If you hope to be one ot the fhst in your town to cut a 7f you intend to say to your din guests Yes I raised cm right here in the Iwck nl Now is Hie time to prepare It f And the first step in preparation is to get n government garden hook so that you can garden right LTse the nttnched coupon enclose 4 cents In stamps and write your name and address plainly mun tre in Indiana Postmaster Gener New of Indianapolis political o ponent of Watson and George B Lockwood Muncie In charge of 11 cabinet officers Washington hea auartera Sentiment Ts Developed These consultations Hoovers BU porters say developed that suflicie sentiment existed In Indiana for h making a bid for delegates there Tho argument also was made tl it Hoover remained out ot this ra Ihe impression probably would ha hfien gained that he had selected Senator Willis as an opponent for the nomination thereby HlrcnstheninK the latters chances in tlie Ohio irl Hoover refused to comment on the development referring Inquiries lo Foellingcr in Indianapolis WalRon nl so declined to make a slalement j lie members of the crow ot their ship were taken aboard the Modem I siness Monday Wanamaker did not plot the fulure aviation but ho simulated the pro TlKN TO PAGE 16 COLUMN 1 ova Springs Girl to Sing From WFAA Saturday j NORA SPRINGS March iaiirlne Bronson instructor of CarrBtirdette college will a rogram with her glee he air Saturday evening lctween 8 nd 0 oclock at WFAA Dallas Texas lisa Bronson willBlso sing several numbers and Dr King president of he college will give a short address Miss Bronsons home U at Nora Springs She Is the daughter ou Dr J C Bronson to Mimson offices said the Wot the Modem penetrated tht Hcrmlsside and that she filled quick ly and sank BIIUSBEATEN Lower House Defeats Plan for Return of Interest as Well as Principal DKS MOINES March meas ure lo refund interest as well as prin cipal lo abutting land holders along Ibe paving of North Iowa on which there was an ordinal property assess ment oc 25 per cent was defeated In the bouse ot representatives this fore noon by a ot 64 to 30 Tho measure was sponsored by Knutson oC Cerro Oordo Hill of Floyd Nelson of Hancock and Smith of OBrien The vote was in reality on the lUflB tion of whether the measure should be admitted to tho consideration of the house the point ot opponents being that it waa not germane to the state roaJ bond issue which by agreemen waa to be the only subject dealt will at the special session It is salrl the bill would have In volved a sum of in Cerr nordo county In Hancock approximately In Floy nnd lesser amounts In Kossuth an oilier counties the niorr in debating an amondent by I H KniiflBon Hamilton county proposln t set aside annually fo eravcllnfttlie county secondary road tvslem The amendment was a com panion proposal to the one Sy Senator W J Preaken ridge Palo AUO county which lost In in the sen ate yesterday Hills Effort looses Substitute proposals changing Uie ctbod of allotment were recommended by a was Today Thelma Bchaffer 8 Edna Merfold U Pauline May 11 the lat ter a sister ot the dead boy and the bus driver Harry Arthur 30 ot Mar ble Rock He In a Waterloo hospital with serloua Injuries Tha children suffered internal Injuries and concu sioiiB while Thelma also received a broken leg Glen Shaffer 6 nlso suffered a brok n leg Not so seriously hurt but in otl the are Eugene May 9 third tol member ot the May family to suffer CtllOa OL y Mcllrath ot Poweshelk and Rut dse of Webster but were voted down L tee The vote was 11 to 9 This action was in line with the Eltlon laken by the senate aBrlcviHuie committee which yesterday formal the McMaryHausen meaa re to that body As tlie bill now stands provisions would be made only for creation by the proposed federal farm boaid of advisory oouncil each of seven mom be rs to be fairly representative of the producers of commodities The Hongh third Riibstituta by Klein ounty was before the house djournment at noon An amendment the ighway commission authority to pur asa cement and other mami ac ur ns plants was adopted by a 65 to 30 ole The proposal was V E G Saunders AUTO STRIKES ALBERT LEft BOY Semi Finals in HS to upon appointed by farm and a fifth by slnle culture In addition It wart of cuure hnve a commodity committee disliict ot Palo Alto Turn which would appropriate 00 to defray the expenses of the na ional champion drum corps of the United SpanishAmerican war in and the national champion drill learn of the organizations the national convention of both or nlzations In Havana Cuba next October was Introduced by ihe ap propriations committee ot the scn atBoth national arc from Des Moines STINSONPLftNE IS FORCED DOWN Heavy Snowfall Forces Post ponement of Endurance Effort Arthur suffering from two frac tures ot the Jaw whera a railroad spike pierced his Jawbone was able with difficulty to murmur that the snow entirely obscured the train and tlie sound of UK whistle nnd bell c him to holievn the train had passed tlie i crossing Saw Hus Too Iate Engineer May Cedar TlHpiilP tuld ot Hlgiiiiilns itll ball anJ whistle for Hie rrossing alilu he could not BOO the aupronchlns unU1 jt wils chllilren escaped death by et having been lot out at tlielr onie Just before the fatal spot was Another child Dorothy 3 ster one of the boys killed mirac lously escaped Injury or death when he waa ciiuKht on the pilot of the 10 omotlve accordliiB to the enRineer She amonp those only slightly uirt ind WHS tfiken to her home Dei jlciy fourth member of that fain ly in the bus ivas only Bllghtly ln filal MOssIPS one of eight which the bus crosses morning and evenlnIn collecting and diatnbutH Jf the chlUhen Is about 10 miles south west of Charles City In southwestcin Iloyil county in Our Weather Man Frederic 1 Haskln Director The Mason City Infonnatlon Bureau Washington D C I enclose licrawitli 4 cenls In stamps for n ropy of Hie GAR DEN BOOKLET Nnme Oily Stale Butler County Grand Jury Indicts Mother and Son on Rum Case 4LTISON March gran tuiy returned several indictments i district court here Wednesday He man Callmeycr ot Greene was ind cte on a charge of bootlegging and lllcga sale of liduor His mother Mrs nlso of Greene was i dieted on a nuisance charge An indictment was returned against Maraus Kole of AustlnvlHe charped robbing the postoffice there nre of New Tiarttord was Indicted on a charse of assault with intent to commit a felony GlobeOazette weather flsurcs fo 4 hour period eliding at o clock 1 m Friday Hifihest Thiirsduy lowest Thursilay nifiht i3 above a m Thursday 23 above Precipitation of an inch Snowfall Snow on ground Inclie North Iowa saw March at its vci worst Thursday First there was disaKrceahle rain Then It turned snow which obscured tho vision motorists and packed itself Into an i on the streets thus adding a David Niels on Suffering From Deep Flesh Wounds Taken to Hospital ALBERT LEA March 0 David 19 year old son of Mr and Mrs P Nielson of this city la in the Naeve hospital Buffering with In juries that he received when he was struck by an automobile driven by M J Hanson of Clarks Grove The hoy was on his wny home from the American Gas company Tho accident which occurred Wed noon happened near the ide street bridgeHanson stopped ickly after striking the boy and o injured youth waa rushed to tb spital where it was determ nrd tha received deep gashes in his head ma and legs ew Des Moines Paper to Be Started by May 1 DIs MOINB9 March D lellen of the Dos Moines era Id incorporation papers for worn recently filed said today Diit the new newspaper would start peratlons May 1 He added that It vould bo a republican paper issued rvoninpts six days a week Debate Tourney Due on Saturday Morning SENATE PASSES BILL DBS MOINES March Debating on the proposed establish ment of a department ot education with the secretary a member of tne presidents cabinet 18 high schools oday moved Into the tou xliiIt fciiv other hazard to driving The sno ceased falling at about tho dinn hour Thursday ovcninK din i Krlil dawned cloudy with the threat further snow or something else dismal DE3 MOINES March Tho state road bond bill paesed yesterday by the Iowa senate in a 32 to IT vote reached what may be one of Its final stages In the ex traordinary session of the legislature When It was messaged to the house of after the houses met at 9 a m today Proponents of the measure two In the than SOD student will be held tonight and finals at 10 a m tomorrow Arrangements tor class B semifinals and finals have not A first Jefferson negative team won over Boono north hiKh negative over Perry Abraham Lincoln ot Council Bluffs affirmative over Shenandonh and Clarion afflrma live over Grove Jn class B affirmative defeated Spring Hill Mystic negative defeated Mount Ayr and Auduhon Rgatlve defeated Minburn drew byes In tho ound Gordonville Bankers A TRAVEL LETTER from I5DITOR W V MKSE From Soutli Amcrioa Will on Five first majority all but one amendment consldeied were expected to Immediately move That tho senate bill be substituted for the house measure This would leave the same bill he fore both chambers and if further amondmenls are eliminated would make It unnecessary to justify the mure between the two bonpen May Adjourn Before Saturday It tha probill alignment in the ouse successfully holds together H possible that the proposal of the ghways committees may be passed n time to permit adjournment before aturday night Barlier in the week it waa not ex ected possible thnt the bill could b akcn thru the states legislative ma March monophm to break the muuranco record was forced Self ridge field sborlly after 3 o clock this morning In a blinding The plane wils circling around a huee beacon llgbt at Selfridge field and the snowfall become so thick that said he could no longer seo tha licht Altho tho field was In tota datkness the plane was brot to a safe landing on the field after It had been decided thnt further attempts to re which had been recently overhauled bad been i the air since yesterday morning and had been flying at an altitude of CHICAGOANS INJURED PKDAR IIAP1DS March frs Anthony Jcurks of Chicago suf orcd a fractured skull old son received minor Injuries ann or hOBband wns cut and bruised when automobile plunsed thru an open draw on a bridge under conduction on the Lincoln highway near Chelsea brot to the hospital hers Teurks Buys there were no lights on r was bndly damaged in It foot drop The family was on Its kvay home from Des Molncs pproxlmately feet Mother Dies at Glenville March 9 Mrs John IMiller Oordonsville died at the home of her daughte Mrs W T Reynolds Wednesdn Sho hart been 111 for som time with heart disease which cause lier death She Is survived by tl daughter and a son R n Miller caa icr of tho bank at GorrtonsvlUe Hi eral services will bo held Sunday the M K climvh and Ihe burial bo In Greenwood cemetery Every Home has some article stored away which some party will he glad to pay tor In good hard cash A Want Ad will sell that bed washer or whatever it may he The return on the Investment is large Both Stlnson and Ilaldeman the L alter Butli Klders pilot In an attempt j o fly across the Atlantic last ycnr that because of the blinding snow 1 t would have been foolhardy to have emalned aloft owa Farm Corporation Predicts Increase in Two Years MOINES March The Iowa Varms corporation reccnlly Incorporated was out In ft staternen odav In which it was declared low arm lands are offering Hotter return o investors than are eastern bonds Iowa money tho atateitient asscrtei 3 returning to the as more an more Investors realize tho returns t be had from farm Investments A prediction lhat Iowa land whic 1s now selling for an acre w Incrunso 525 on aero In value by ID also Iflmnde A rotun of por ee thr Investmcrt with nn iuKlecl per cent return on tho increase vnliie doclarrd possible for the I vestor by Hie farms corporation AUNT HET By Robert LVU got lo Imvi sir iiul on oiu1 US ono pa slums whil Im rmisliin up an   

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