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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Increasing cloudiness tpnight fol lowed by showers Wednesday or Wed nesday night slowly rising tempera tures AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES North Iowas Daily Newspaper Final Edition Edited for the Home VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPS ASSOCIATED PHESS IiEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY MARCH 27 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 146 H SENATOR DENEENS CHICAGO HOME IS BOMBED FARM AID BILL MAIN TO BE UASSEDJLAIM lenovated Relief Plan Now Reported by Both Committees WASHINGTON March farm relief as embodied in theMe ffaryHausen bill today appeared to embarked on another legislative toyage that promises to lead to the rhite house for the second consecu Bremen Awaiting Favorable Weather at Dublin John MacVicar Wins From Mayor Hunter in Des Moines Elections Ive year I The measure however has been facJjnovated since its last journey After meteeks ot consideration its sponsors r Fto have eliminated with the eption of the equalization feo ina practlcally all ot the features were objected lo by President ge in vetoing the bills jirede uranee that such a trip again possible came late yesterday the measure last S skirmish in the house agri e committee With its commit proval by a 15 to 6 vote it now i in the house the senate s farm bill Indorsed by the ma ot both the agriculture commit if congress Passage Is Expecled porters ot the bill predict thai can muster the necessary votes id the measure to the white Sioux City Cedar Rapids and Keokuk Oust Incumbent Officials By THIS ASSOCIATED PRESS Jlany Ins went some stayed where they were women beat men and vica versa in municipal elec tions in a number ot Iowa cities and towns yesterday In two instances at Clinton and Council Blutfs demo crats defeated republicans lor the chief executives chairs Des Moines Sioux City Keokuk and Cedar Rapids voters were in an oust ing mood as far as mayors were con cerned Council BluCfs was in a reten tive mood Gilmore City said down with the men and lip with the wo and Trelon reversed that order very positively Capital city voters ended Mayor Fred H Hunters twoyear regime by givinff Jolm MacVicar a return ticket lo the mayors chair after a lapse of about 10 years with a plurality of nearly voles Mac Vicar Returned at lies Moines MacVicar for 40 years a figure in Des Moines politics was mayor 5n 1806 and 189S and 1918 and six years Section of Reno Truckee River and so far none of Its opponago was elected safety commissioner ave denied their claims Three ot the four council members ita house leaders have not duC were returned John W Jenney com Announced when will mlssioner of public safety and ouster proceedings alone C Walker pthej rman Haugen has described the eastire as the best1 farm bill to and Ren atlve Purnell of Indiana ranlc ipublican on the house agricul ommittee has declared that all es except the fee to which Ah ge objects have been removed steps even have been taken e C ute tot th ke the fee machinery less e to the administration Would Stabilize of Indianan contends 1 farm board which that the tho meii tvould create Is directed under II to endeavor to stabilize tuo industry by use of the loan Aperate provisions before It eiii to the equalization fee plan bill would authorize an approp of foi loans to wa ives while the measure A i by Chairman McNary of Hie th committee and indorsed by ody would authorize a loan of or n fen has announced that this dit e constitutes the major differ d fi streets and Frank A Mitchell Mathls Sioux City electors turned from Mayor Stewart Gllman to Thomas B Huff manufacturer by a plurality of about votes Two new council men also were chosen James Whittemore finance and1 W the two bills as the house mea Tjvas changed in several respects ifbrm with the senate proposal 1 mlMeet CooHtlse Objections er billswould give tho president band in selecting tho member t the proposed board except for onstltutlonal requirement that ations must be approved by ihe buy e GlobeGazette ers Booklet on re of Babies oing mended by farm organizations Joolidse objected strenuously to provisionas an encroachment his constitutional powers street commissioner R J An drews commissioner of safety was re turned to office T Rail former mayor will re turn to his old stfiinping ground now held by William G at Cedcr Rapids by virtue of a 300vote plural Hy With the exception of Joui Roth finance commissioner the re mainder oC the official family there also will he J Zila streets John Stnrman public safety and Ed parlis IvooluiU Gels New Mayor John W Kovane Keokuk mayor al so felt tho voters1 axe losing to Hen Krueger by about votes Two iCeokulc councilinen were also de feated Waterloo had but oneticket hat of Mayor Glenn Tibbctts to con sider and returned the slate perfunc torily Sam Green democratic incumbent defeated Alderman George Steinberg republican for the Council Bluffs mayorality and will preside over a solid republican council oC eight William T Greene democrat anil former state legislator who defeated George Clausen attorney republican at Clinton will face n similar situa TURN TO PAGE H COLUMN 4 Private Life Is Beckoning to Lindbergh Much Acclaimed Flyer Thru With Washington Airtaxi Seeks Seclusion WASHINGTON March Acclaimed as no other individual In the history of the nation Col Charles A Lindbergh officially withdrew him self from public focus today to follow his longcherished pursuit of a norma American citizen Weary of the Jostling and admiring masaes decoration ceremoniesand the constant formal affairs in his honor the youth who has done more for aviation than any other man since the Wrights and Jjangley calmly contem plated the future and how best he might acquit himself In the interest of his lifelong hobby Abandons His AirTaxi Today after one of the busiest aerial acts of his sensational career lie ap pears in perfect health and only wants o be left alone to work out his own plans He can stand the crowds a llttla so long as they dont push me The flying colonelwound up his sis ariation at rmyft yes to rdoy by taking more than 200members of the Washington diplomatic corps and their friends the majority of whom represented tho PanAmerican coun tries which Lindbergh recently toured as a goodwill ambassador Taken up in 22 groups they brot the total passengers in six days to ap proximately Covered Miles In all 110 flights were made aver aging 15 minutes each at a speed of 90 miles an hour and covering about miles over Washington and near by Virginia In contrast very parent will want this Tr ed States public health serv report In 42 pages giving in ile language the plain facia it the care of babies from Oie latal period to advanced child est government experts give s for feeding clothing nursing tiing hours of sleep correct ht recreation and scores of er questions which the parent t be ready to answer and wer promptly Copies may he from our Washington Informa bureau at 6 cents each so the coupon rcderie J Ilnsliin Director in Mason City GlobcGnzctte ifonttation Bureau nsliinjtton D C I enclose herewith 6 cents in amps or coin for a copy of thn lohlct THE CARE OF YOUR ABV amc reet Ktnle tha ye to those of the high hats and spats with wlioni he mingled all day the Eagle spent last evening in the public eye attend ing a smoker given the onltsted men at Boiling field There he ale hair sandwiches cheered boxing hoiits anc chatted with jnechanics wlio mt than once had groomed his planes Cor night Baron Might Start Flight n Few Hours Swollen waters of flie Triickee river and tributaries brot n sndilcn flood iircaf to Reno with fiio weaheninp of tire Boca ice pond dam at Boca 22 miles west of he Nevada capital Tlila jiholo shows iho section of adjacent to the Truckee river nnd moat threatened by lie floods In the foreground Is n bridge over the stream HUNDREDS LOSE HOMES IN FLOOD BANDITS ESCAPE WITH MAIL SACKS Terre Haute Employes Held Up by Shotgun Robbers TKRRE HAUTE March A shotgun handlls held lip three employes of the main mailing room at the Union slation lale last night and escaped in an automobile with six baga cf mail two of which contained registered matter One reg istered mail sack had just arrived from Chicago After slugging the three men In the mailing room tho rohhers hurriedly hound their victims hands together These bonds were soon loosened how ever and an alarm was given No estimate has been made of the valuo of tho loot taken The bandits walked leisurely In on Fred Wilson mnll clerk who was sorting train mail and engaged him in conversation shortly afterwards uncovering sawpd off shotguns and ordering Wilson and Vrank Kills transfer flrk nnd Xorman Sarior n helper lo Ihe Ivul of ihe room where all thno covered vilh the wna FIVE KILLED IN GEORGIA STORM Freak Tornado Confined to Small Area Score of CANTOX March Five persons are known to have been killed and about a score injured by a tornado that struck in the eastern part of Cherokee county lale last night The dead Mr and Mrs William J California and Nevada Resi dents in Fear of Fresh Inundations SAN FRANCISCO March waters roared thru northern and central California and western Xevada with renewed violence today Hundreds of persona were homeless in California where two deaths were attributed to floods and property damage was estimated at upwards of Teh city ot Reno also was threatened with further Inundation Continuous rains over the northern part of the slate high winds snow flurries nt Reno and in the Sierra range near there aggravated the situ ation Snow Adds to Suffering A tense flood situation was some what relieved at Itenoat5 oclock Ihis morning when the Truckee river showed no further signs of rising and reports from Boca dam 22 miles up the Truckee river from Reno Indl caled the crest of high water had passed that point Shortly after midnight about four feet of water was pouring over Boca dam Latest reports were that no was pouring over the dam The California flood center shifted momentarily trom north Sacramento vrllley nn reports received here showed scores of places inundated hy the Feather Bear Sacramento ami Tubs rivers Crest Olio in 18 Hours The crest of these flood waterswill not lie reached for about 18 hours at Millwood Allen Millwood IS Estolle illlwood H Osie Heath 21 Authorities here did not learn of the stormuntil today The tornado apparently was a freak one anil seemed to have been confined to a comparatively small area Oar Weather Man points below Marysvllle estimates made at Red Bluff and Dunsmulr farther up the valley indicated Will Rogers Ohio March 26 thru Washington yester day ISyerybocJy I tried to talk to about the nomination was a candidate himself so nil tlieii oplnlons were sorterbiased Both houses spent all of last week arguing politics Congress spent the week on the Ohio situa tion Suppose they will take ii In diana next and that will keep all summer Tho senate spent ide week discussing Al Smith Sup pose they will tuke ui Ritchie next week Did you ever figure It out they are lieonly people in tbe woikl that are paid to do one joh they do1 every other one there Is but that if business men Ktrnycd that far from their actual we would have Ihe prosperity of India YOIUK WILT ROGERS Copyright STOCK LEADERS DECLINE UNDER ORDERS TO SELL MISSOURIANS TO SUPPORTLOWDEN Delegates Uninstructed but Sentiment Is for Former Illinois Governor ST 1OSEPH Ahirrh P Missouri delegates to the republican national convention will cnrry a reso lution Indorsing Frank O LowUen for the presidential nomination While the Missouri delegation was not instructed for nny candidate nt Only About Half of Losses Recovered After Wild Session XKW YORK March stock market which has been llshiiig new altitude records daily for more than three weeks wen into a noso dive today as prices crashed 55 to nearly n sharo ii one of the wildest sessions in VVal streets history Supporting orders were juickly sup plied and nbout halt the losses were recovered In n brisk rally around mid day Tradingwns conducted nL an unpre iUeiited pace more than Kires changing1 hands in tha firs two hours With Ihe ticker 31 inin ules behind Ihe nctunl market nt mid day there Were sUong indications that the days lolnl sales might rrros Iho share mark for the rira time In history The share mark has been crossed only twice tho first time Mfirch 2 and the second time in terdays record breaking session shares nt over Its banks flooding the west end of that community At Oroville 50 familes were made the state republican convention when IhB Feather river yesterday a resolution Inrtorsi g the former Illinois goiernor was adopted by a vote of more thnii two to one This action was regarded ns morally binding the to ai long as he remains a candidate Missouri wilt have a voting strength of 39 at the Kansas City convention of two delegates from oruii of the 16 congre districts nml seven delegates nt large GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at oclock a m Tuesday Highest Monday 35 degrees Tli robbers what sacks of mall led then sorted they desired Lowest In 17 degrees At a 23 degrees of an inch After almost two weeks of balmy theweather man sent the mercury down to 17 degrees Monday night following a visitation o rain and snow in the anrJy morning and forenoon The total of precipitation Increased lo 16 of an inch by the drizzle and the enow which occurred out morning IxHween and 9 and 0clocki Tuesday dawned clear and ti MEREDITH LOSES DELEGATE FIGHT Caucuses at Sioux City In struct 17 to Vote for Al Smith SIOUX CITY March Al Smiths adherents in the fight with the Meredith faction for control of the Woodhury county delegation to the state democratic convention won the first Hklrmish last night when 112 precinct delegates to the county con vention were chosen In precinct cau Wednesday May See German Flyers on Way Across Ocean to N Y POLITICS THOT TO BE BACK OF NEW OUTRAGES Cook County Republican Split Causes Intense Bitterness 1 BALDONNEL ATUDOME Dublin larch their luukqrs lane Bremen ready for the moat axardous venture of the air the light across the Atlantic ocean from ast to went throe silent Germans raited today on wind and weather They were Capt Hermann Koehl laron Von HuenefeUi and Arthur plndler who flew yesterday from Templehofer field near Berlin ver a course of nearly miles In aboutnine and one liqlf hours The Irish Free Stules gavo them velcowe and as It became Unowii liat another attempt was to lie made t span tho Atlantic Irish pulsei ere stirred It was the very darlns the thins In tho face of those who iad gone before njnd hart never been earn1 from that appealed The Bremen stond In a hangar uivl he ulrmen moved restlessly about An appeal In the free stnto avithotl ies at lost suve newspaper men entry nto the hip enclosure from which they lad at first been excluded and every was on edge in the hope tile veather fjods would he he Germans were determined to go If ate was with them It may be late today or It may be tomorrow morning or even the dftj after when the Bremen taken off am all precautions so far as posa ible with til I a ty pe or Ti a vi beentaken to insure safetyv MOTHER OF MRS COOLIDGE RALLIES cuaes and Instructed for Smith The caucuses held In 26 of the 32 city precincts and in five townships In the county Dr V Moore chairman ARIZONA FOR AL PHOENIX March Arizonas delegation to the democratic national convention has been aligned with the movement to obtain thfi presi dential nomination for Oov Alfred Ti Smith of New York Thru the state central committee meeting here yesterday 12 delegates with a voting power of six weiv named to represent Arizona at Houston In June An announcement from State Rep resentative M T Francis before the Price Drops iMie reaction In stockprices quickl had Its Influence on the price of New Vork slock exchange memberships Hale of jt arranged at ti diOp ot the record price established yesterday Ouponl plunged from to and snapped back to General Motors from to J1SO nnd hack to Radio from lo and back to American Internationa from to nnd back lo Roebuck to and hack to and Hudson from to and hack to Todays dramatic reaction follows a long succession of and 000 share days in which prices moved Imost steadily upward lo record hign levels Powerful Pools in Control which lias reached world wide proportions centered largely In nlxiut a issues under sponsorship of powerful but thn whole market nwung up ward in sympathy In disre gard of such ordinarily unfavorable market developments ns stiffening money off In freight car traffic heavy gold exports and a low margin of profit and keen competi tion in the countrys leading commis sion houses Tho marfcet opened todny with a wild outburst of bullish enthusiasm in TURN TO 18 COLtMN 8 Improved Condition of Mrs Goodhue Is Only Tem porary Belief Mnnh fnit that Mrs nilro Goodhuc mother of Mrs hilvin CouHdgc who Is critically ill Hi lie 1ms been delirious most of the tlnui luring he last 12 bourn WHM niiido known today In n bulletin issuer shortly hefnrc riomi tty her physician Dr 1 K Hayes NORTHAMPTON Mnss March 2 Grace Goodhue Iool Idge wife ot Iho president spent 1ml an lion iat he bedside of hor nget mother Mrs Jemtra earl today after a trip from Wash Ington She had bpcn summoned In the he lief that Mra Goodhues long had a critical stage and sh might not live more than a few hours hut when Mrs Conlldge arrived It wa lo hear the cheerinK news Hint he mother had rallitnT Il IVOH third vlsl here wilhiii many months Hhs wa accoiupiuiied by Com loel I3oone the vhSici who here onte beToie with Mrs Coolidte Mis n B Hills a girlhoo friend John Coolilpe her son an Jade Hill an Amhtrst college frl of Johns committee that all the delegates were oflfavornhla to Governor Smith brot in tho county democratic central commit lre contends that many ot the can OFFICERS THWART SUICIDE ATTEMPT CHICAGO March Rewards for the arrest and con viction of any one connected with Ihe hnmtmif lost night of the hnmcs of Charles S Denwn United States senator and leader of a RfrnHp republican faction anil Juries John A Swaiison candi date for the republican nomination for states attorney wero In creased in todnr Michael Hughea commissioner of police offered n reward of in aildition lo that of announced last nlpjit by 1C Crnwo present slates attomeiy CHICAGO March her of those Intensified political prt lary elections for which Chicago hni cqulred dubious distinction geemed ertaln today following the bombing ot Deneeng home and the at cmpt on the life of Circuit Judge A vvanson shortly before last midnight None of the several agencies inves gating these closely connected bomb dotihted hut tho politics was t tho back ot both It In the split within the republican auks In Cook county Chicago that as created tho bitterness which hservers think mujlead to even rouble before the slate wide prlmar es April 10 Ona faction U known na the Sena or Frank Q liowdenVtor son at whom a bomb was thrown last light is tha Donee n candidate for states attorney Croivo Again The other faction the CroweThomp on group acknowledges the leader hip at Attorney Robert i rows nnd Mayor Willlum llnle hoiupson Crowe Is a cundidate for Senator Denfptt hux not been y active for nny camlidatca on liis lale Thonipsun however bus nnile severnl speeches In ailvocacy o oveiiioj Smalls fur a eriti and Cor other cnndidatoH on lhi ticket lie long hns leen hostile lo former iovernor Low loti and his nolillcnl foes src his rf oits to win al Ihe polls as a move In prevent Illinois vote for n republican irosidential cunjidcilo yoitig to Ien Tlie honiblngfi normrod on the niKht when lioth sides hafi bppttn Ilielr flnnl Ivlve for voles hy concentLating the iratiipnigns on Chiiago Itomb a Judge nttendod Senator Deneen wiio hnd lie of Jho inuidered Diamond Ine EapoHito yesterday liatl slartpil Ijnck lo Washington when his Ills sister MIsu Donoen aJid a maid were alone In house wluMi tho bomb shattered front porcli of Hie two story frame structure Windows within the block ftemy later one of two mon In a Hosed car hurled a bomb directly nl the automobile which JndKe Swunson wna driving into his garage The bomb missed tbo car exploding near the front of thw Swanson home and doing some damage Tho Swanson home is a block from the residence oC George K Q John son United States district attorney who fpdorai action would be taken in view of ilie goveinment angle votved I ho ionecti home being tlm offinlnl homo of an officer of the United Stales held last night were mentinsa not called ivprtilnrly a cnll for precinct hold Paltivdny night and for IhpJR chilly Jvllh tha wind out of lho noilhjcounty convention tobe held April Hammill Visits Britt to Look After Farms DNS MOINKS March Governor Hammill vein to Brlti his hom early today lo remain until bank Madison looking after hU extensive farming Iniereats admission nf defeat from Albert D Loyhe president of thn Reedforpres outlaw organisation In Arizona Tie has uflcfl to Kconomlr mav lie found in Firemen and Police Stop Fred Pinneke From Ending Life Prompt on Uie iart oT of the local police mJ fire departments thwarted ft snirido nt ompt by Plnncke filii Wnaliinjr OM avenue son Hi west Tuesday mornirifi Mr Pinneke who hnd been ont and sufferlnff Tiorn n left his homft shortly after mklnlKht Mon1 day threatening to end liis life in Wil low crook to a telephone call received al ihc imlice wtallon from his home Six pultcft officers imi KJiemen Cook and Ualilfilroni rushed with the aerial truck To Icilera nvoniin bridge over Willow neek whtiij thr man tlincoveidl Khonltlpr difp in wttci just of tlicki Aidel by Ctfficer Itisarhfr os rflpM fioin flin Chilly wntfira YJH 1 fool Irt down from and was taken to Ihe Park AUNT HET By Robert Juillcn A purfy man gels Ural of fool an is VIM i youve KOI scnsi on prow superior nn loses in hill he ilont never f n r y of goo   

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