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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 30, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Fair tonight and Tuesday Cooler in east portion tonight AND MASON CITY North Iowas DaUy Newspaper Final Edition Edited for the Home VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY APRIL 30 1928 UNITED PRESS AKD INTERNATIONAL NEWS SOPPLEMENTAl SERVICE NO 175 CHICAGO BANDITS MURDER USHER IN THEATER Paper Snowstorm Greets Bremen Flyers in N Y 1 MuoottW I ACH SAYS BARON OF TOY WELCOME Troops Lead Way to City Hall to Get Walker Greeting NEW YORK April transAtlantic flyers from foreign i shores wero taken to the citys heart v today and given a tumultuous wel como that left them breathless The occasion was tho official wel come of Baron Gunther Voi Huene fold Capt Herman Koehl and Maj James Fltzmaurice and it was a wel cime in which all the city seemed to a participating JAfter a triumphal tour ot the har during which the Irish airman i a boy at play amused himself by tho city tugs siren in SOanswer to the shrill salutes of a hun L dred Hag decked craft the flyers were fled thru the deep canyons of the lower by troops for their official by the mayor Crowds Unwomed by Rain World Famous Firm of We Is About to Be Dissolved Gotham Welcomes Bremens Crew A light rain fell upon the pageant ut it went unheeded alike by the of honor and those who stood long hours for a chance to see and them The rain was light storm ot Viotlier sort the paper blizzard that I w York stages for its heroes raged I ated and the streets were an We S H with ticker tape jue impression made upon the fly i ue U Last Time on Flight LJndy Rides Old Plane lor to Washington WASHINGTON April We made another landing hero today preparatoYy to the Spirit of St Louis being enshrined in the Smithsonian institution as tltc gift of Col diaries A Lindbergh CT LOUIS April fa mous partnership composed of Col Charles A Lindbergh andhis silver monoplane Spirit ot St noared dissolution with the announce ment of his Intention to fly the ship o Washington today to place It on ermanent exhibition in tho Smithson an institution The ship which has flown slightly more than miles under the hand f its famous pilot in a score ot coun ries in its year of existence carried Indbergh thru his epoch making New orktoparis flight a tour the Jnlted States and Canada and the oodwlll flight to South America Millions of persons craning to catch glimpse of Its flashing silver wings ave thrilled to the sound of its motor nowing that it was part of a match ess combination that has written air istory Caught Fancy of Millions Its fame caught thefancy of youns nd old alike and thousands of minia ure copies wpre built which found ace on the mantels of homes In show windows and many public places Built in San Diego early last ear the trim monoplane first took light under the hand of Slim Llnd ergh airmail pilot aspirant to 1VKN TO PAGE 1 COLUMN 8 bu i by excitations first crowd esti mated at waiting for them at battery N said the baron cried Captain Koehl g too said irlsj major Waiting for their husbands at city Sail were the wives of Major Fite and Captain Koehl and th T year old daughter Patsy landed from a liner from Europe Would Return In Bremen M Both women expressed great im 5atlence to see their husbands bu the meantime spoke with pride o j accomplishment Both assertec they would gladly fly back tc in the Bremen but they fel sure their husbands wouldnt le Patsy spent her time scanning th wds for the face of her father the flyers reached the city hal were at once greeted by Mayo er j See Husbands in Crowd ij Fitzraaurico and Patsy climbed j boost Mr Reed believes He reckon to a stenographers table and Mrs that about hogs from Iowa will go to market from feed lots dur ing May Government figures on Jan showed hogs on Iowa farms About have been sold sine that time Mr Reed estimates DEMOCRATS ARE TO CONSIDER 3 IN CALIFORNIA Senator Reed Smith and Walsh Fight for Pri mary Victory SAN FRANCISCO April California voters will cast their bal lots in a presidential pr tary tomor row whicji many observers predict may prove the deciding factor In selec of the democratic nominee at tsie national partyconvention in Houston Three democrats are seeking the support at the states 26 delegates They are Senator James A Reed Mis souri Gov Alfred E Smith New York and Senator Thomas J Walsh Montana The republicans havo only one can of Commerce Her bert Hoover to whom the states 23 delegates will pledged One Prohibition Candidate A prohibition candidate Daniel A Poling of New York will be on the ballot alt ho he asked that his name be withdrawn after the ballots had been printed Prohibition has been the principa question involved in the democratic ampalgn Religious Issues OWNERS OF IOWA HOGS ARE RICHER Recent Price Rise Adds to Value ofState Swine DBS MOINES April cent Vise in the price oC hogs has ad ded more than to tho value ot swine on Iowa farms Charles I Reed federal crop expert and weather man estimated today His figures take into account an estimate that hogs sold during May will average 6 more per head in value than they did on April 1 due to In creases In average weight Hogs remaining1 on the farms wil participate in a per head prlc on to a chair totthe first the men they had not seen nee they flew away on their perilous tSyiiftventure As the aviators were shaking hands were them kisses Thru all the Patsy kept tight hold of a teddy bear Rockford Couple Hu Baby April and frii William Druschel announce the h of a on Wednesday fe lie GlobeGazette the 1 Aviation i The fundamental facts about Dy ing as a science and as a business have been compiled in a 32page Illustrated booklet by our Washine ton Information bureau This booklet is chuckfull of es facts about aviation as a and as a great growing In in America Chapters on to fly the flying A the business of f lying If you ct to fly as a passenger or en in any branchof the flying business or justwant to know it Ja all about this booklet give you quantities of useful Use the coupon Frederic J Haskiit Director This Mason City GlobeGaietto Information Bureau I C I enclose herewith 6 centsin coin or stamps for of the j AVIATION BOOKLET Vame etwenn Wullam G firrift ecretary of the and Sov irnor Smith for the presidential nom nation at New York City in 1924 ha been carried Into the Califonla pr rriary Old friendships and political a lances have turned to animosity an the man who nominated McAdoo i 1024 former United States Senato James D Phelan of California now i supporting the candidacy of Smith Sorry Ho Named McAdoo The bitterness between the faction was expressed when Phelan declare he was sorry ha nominated McAdo in McAdoo leads the dry delegatio pledged toWalsh who also Is backe by the AntiSaloon league forces an the Woodrow Wilson democrats Reed is the unknown factor Doul that the Missouri senator can eve hope to win the delegation has bee expressed by political observers bu the vote polled by Reed cutting In the ballots cast for smith and Wals may prove the determining factor IOWA SENATORS HOME IS LOOTED Linn County Solon His Wife and Son Bound by Two Intruders CEDAR RAPIDS April State Senator Charles F Clark of Linn his wife and son Her bert were the victims of robbers who last night entered their home bound them with bedclothlng and ransacked the house for valuables They escaped with clothing and 545 in cash Two men entered the home about midnight Senator Clark and his son who were in the sleeping awakened and confronted by the in truders While one robber covered them with a pistol the other securely bound them The men then went to the bedroom of Mrs Clark where they also bound her she watched them deliberately search the room After completing the work the men left the house Mrs Clark soon loosened her bonds and re leased her husband and son They at tempted to telephone police The wires had been cut Clark gave police a description of the men One she said was curt In his speech and used rough lan guage the other was soft spoken and used excellent English Both men wore gloves The men were about 25 years old she sold Robbery of three coal company of fices Saturday also has been report ed to police Loot taken was from the Winnie company Central Press teiephoto ot the formal welcome of the crew of tho German plane Bremen tmnsAtian tic flyers on their arrival at Pennsylvania station New York City front Washington where they paid last respects to Floyd Bennett North Pole flyer the photo are Mayor Jimmy Walker 2 Maj James FHzmaurice 3 Capt Herman Koehl 4 Harou von Huenefeld and 5 Grover chairman ol reception 40 Iowa Banks Report Savings Deposit Boo DES MOINES April Forty Iowa banks members ot th i seventh district ot the federal reser system reported savings deposits on March 31 the federal reserve bank ot Chicago has an nounced The savings deposits were a de crease ot per cent from March 1 but an increase of per cent from ApiIl 1 1927 Tho per cent of change In the average account was minus 2 from March 1 of this year and an increase of from April 1 1927 PLANE CRASHES WeekEnd Accidents Take Heavy Toll of Air Enthusiasts By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eight men were kiled In Sunday airplane crashes William Spaletta Larry Beatty and Billy Winzel were killed when a plane owned and piloted by Spaletta crashed near Eureka Cal H E Larue pilot Loren Craven and Emll Dietrich were fatally Injured whenthe machine went Into a toi spin and fell In flames near Lowrj field Denver yerald Miller and Myron Kelly wer burned to death in a similar aclden near Columbia Station Ohio The pilot and two passengers ot a plane which struck a downward cur rent and crashed at Armonk N Y escaped without apparent serious in Juries Boxing fans of Mason City will have an opportunity to hear a blowbyblow report of the Sharkey Delnney fight Jn front of the Globe Gazette office Monday night at 8 oclock Iowa time This broadcast will be a trial for oca fans end if they evince enough interest a reg ular practice will be made of it for each important light Tho custom lias not been followed for some time because it was assumed that only a lew fans did not have access to radio reports Was the assump tion justified Our Weather Man GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at oclock a m Monday Highfiit Sunday 05 degrees Lowest in night 44 degrees At a m 50 degrees Rainfall 01 nf an inch For like period ending at oclock a m Sunday Highest Saturday Lowest in Night 70 degrees 50 degrees With only two days left in which to redeem Itself April did its best Satur day and shoved Jhe mercury In the GlibeGazettos thermometer up to 70 degrees This was 9 degrees higher than the previous high mark of toe month nltho it lacked 10 degrees oC equaling the March record Sunday was an unexcelled example of flckic ness sun and clouds wind and rain nil mixed into an almost weird day Monday dawned clear wind in north west but warmer than usual BRITISH SEND SHIPSTO EGYPT London Demands Withdraw al of Assemblies Bill Trouble Feared LONDON April British warshlpa and cruisers sailed this morning from Malta for Egypt In connection with an AngloEgyptian crisis which revolves around the Egyptian public asemblles bill An ultimatum demanding the wlth darwal of the bill within three days was handed the Egyptian government last night by the British The situation today was grave and fraught with serious possibilities al tho in pflclal circles in London it was thot that the difficulties were not in surmountable and the sky might clear suddenly PARIS READY FORMAT DAY French Communists Promise Lively Affair Other Towns to Be Quiet PARIS April Red j Belt ot Paris promises to be the most Ively spot in Europe tomorrow as far as May day labor demonstrations are concerned French communists have declared hey will have a real affair for the Irst time since 1920 when a number of persons were killed and many in iurcd in a clash between police and radical demonstrators who attempted to force an entrance into the chamber of deputies On the other hand M Chlappe pre KEYNOTE SPEECH Editorial Writer Will Outline Democratic Party Principles April ilaude G Bowers editorial writer on he New York Evening World was elected today to deliver the keynote peech at the democratic national con entlon At a meeting of members of the dcm cratic national committee chargec 1th making arrangements for the onvention Bowers name was pro osed by Mrs Springs ot South Carolina His selection was unani mous Bowers Is a former Indianan and the uthor of a number ot books built round historical events in the early lays of the American republic fect of police who in his short term of has had several conflicts with these elements has assured the people of Paris that If there Is any rough work it will not last long With the possible exceptions of Brussels Warsaw the remainder of Europe expects to seethe laboring classes enjoy one long holiday punc tuated with parades brass bands oratory ind hot dog sandwiches Fairmont Association Takes Steps to Obtain Airplane Landing Fielc FAIHMONT April first action on tho part ot the Fair mont association toward getting an airport for the city was taken at a meeting of the board ot directors Thursday afternoon when an nlrnort committee was named and ordered to begin work at once President Tom Foster named A Minor Dr W Lester Webb and Rol and Patterson as members ot the com mittee They will take under consideration tho probable cost and location ot the airport Possibility ot mall nnd pass enger service will be considered with relation to other towns and the Twin Cities Night Session Orderec by House to Speed Work on McNaryHaugen Bil WASHINGTON April f session was ordered by the housefo tonight to accelerate disposition ot th McNaryHaugen farm relief bill t which tho house returned alter lettln the question lie Idlesince Friday Since leaders expect the night aes sion to extend debate and not take u any of the twelve hours previously a lotod only a small fraction of whlc has becn used a final vote is not ex peeled before the week end Representatives Ketcham Will Rogers KANSAS GIT April ot all the states I have been In and out of all those that have am bitions for presidential sons I take a straw vote every night and Cur tis Is the only one who reaUy has the backing of his state These others are just family sup port but oW Kansas is for Charley I am right now in the room In the Muehlbach where tits nomination will ba made and I can see conven tion hall where the delegates will be notified who has been nomin ated Its their main suite of rooms here and they are in hero now working on Ice boxes saw dust and cuspidors Its a great life if you take it serious Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1928 QUAKES CHINESE WARS IN WEEKS NEWS SPOTLIGHT Nicaraguan Kidnapings and Bremen Flyers Had Page One Attention By OSCAR WATSON A P Cable Editor In many parts ot the world last week the rumblings earthquakes followed by death and devasta tion Greece and the Balkans suffered most ot all Whole towns and villages In Thrace Macedonia and other sections ot Greece were thrown down and In some almost crumbled into dust torms rfejJOffiftgJhMMMBm idjaftm4a othelpreSS pe ot shelters iutt infeniely As is the case in such casei Amer icans were foremost in relief meas ures Moves On to Peking A great victory was heralded for the nationalist forces in Shantung prov ince China ln early dispatches later revised Indicating that the northern ers are still In possession of Isinan capital ot Shantung reported to have been occupied by the nationalists Nev ertheless the nationalist commander inchief Chiang KaiShek has concen trated large mouses ot troops wltl Peking as his mJectivo wlih of heavy fighting came wotU from alleged eye witnesses ot a massacre ot SCREAM BRINGS DEATH TO GIRL DURING HOLDUP Robbers Hold 60 Persons in Line While Looting Box Office April alay ing of women has been added to he blood and terror repertoire of Chi cago gunmen They slew 17 year old Pearl Egger son last night as she cowered under their guns In the cashiers cageof the Ritz theater in suburban Berwyn slew lier because she screamed at the sight of eyes that stared thru oval masks y and guns that poked at her from out side the glass wall An army roared and tha little usherette fell The man with the pistol and his companion with a sawed off shotgun opened the door to ticket booth stepped over the girls body and over that of the cashier Mlsa Gertrude who Tiad fainted and scooped up of the theaters receipts Held Back 60 Persons With the loot In their arms the robbers used their guns to hold back 60 persons in the ticket line and walked to the curb wherea companion waited at the wheel ot an automobile bearing a New York license Each fired a shot In the direction of the crowd before leaping Into the machine and disappearing into the night Miss Eggerson was employed In nn Oak Park department store and In creased her weekly income by acting as usherette at the Ritz theater Sun day nights The second show of the night had Just started and the nearly persona In the were watching Their Hour on the screen POINGARE WINS MAJORITY OF 100 rench Premier Assured of Comfortable Support in Chamber PARIS April has indorsed Premier Raymond Poln care and his policy of stabilizing the frano by assuring him a comfortable majority of at least 100 In the next chamber of deputies With full resulU of the oallotinp of the last two Sundays compiled today the moderate supporters of Polncare had 306 seats in the new house or 45 more than in the former one The combined socialists radicals and com munits captured 3S7 seats as against 2SS in the preceding chamber Many radicals are regarded aa certain to vote with the Folncare union eov ernment The radicals lost at least a dozen seats The famous red belt of Paris today was regarded as a thing of the past Jean Carchery Albert Fournier ValllantCIoutrier and Andre Marty who is now in prison being among the leaders who met defeat Three ot the communists who man aged to hold their seats Jacques Doriot Jacques Duclos and M Menet rier are also in jail prisoners of the as tho communist organ Hu manitle puts it 000 helpless in the town of Kinsmen province of Hupeh Nicaragua was the scene In a small pay oC further warfare Sandlnos ebels raiding and looting several Vmericanowned mines in the north rn part ot the country and carrying ft an American George P Marshall sssltant manager of one ot the mines hose fate Is yet in doubt Flyers Reach U S The GermanIrish transAtlantic fly rs Caupaln Koehl Ba ron Von Huene eld and Maj James Pltzmaurlce cached States from their andlng place Greenly Island The hadow ot gloom was cast over their otable achievement by the death In Quebec of the famous polar aviator Floyd Bennett who despite serious llness attempted to fly to their res le Secretary Kelloggs aoitiwar propos al the text ot whicH was presented to reat Britain Italy Germany and apan and to which FranceIs agree able with certain reservations was well received by these powers Germany has already accepted the proposal In principle can Michigan opened debate today with a continuation of his argument In favor of substituting the Ketcham Iowa Farmer Found Dead MAQUOKETA April Bradoff 50 a farmer living near Sa republljbtila was found cead yesterday In NaryIIaugen measure field under a tractor which apparent hart upset Braclcff lived alone II had when found evidently been dea Jones debenture farm bill for the Mesince Friday The body was found b a neighbor ear op the ouit ana tha two masked men half ran v ticket booth They point at tha girls and told jJceep your trap shut and give iiS About to Refuse Demand Miss Plants Jn her story to police said she was on point of refusing their demand when the Eggcrson girl screamed The army automatic spoke and both girls slumped to tha floor of the narrow Miss Egrgerson with a wound In her abdomen which cost her her life before she could bo aken to a hospital and Mfss Plants n a faint The men ran around to door in he booth sweepingwith their guns he persons In the lobby and were out gain with themoney In a law sec nds Several witnesses later dcs ribed them as men of about 27 years f ageand ot medium height Churchill Suggests Gas Tax The British budget submitted to larllament by the chancellor of the exchequer Winston Churchill pro vides for an 8 cent a gallon tor on petrol The chancellor promises a de crease in expenditures for the coming year and has formulated his budffel 0 reducing taxation on local Indus tries freight carrying railways canals and harbors and agriculture John Bassett Moore American judge on the permanent court of Internation al Justice at the Hague has resigned atfer serivng since 1921 Automobile Association Branch Is Being Started Among Forest City Autoist FOREST April T i Wowler from DCS Molnes is or ganizing a branch ot the America Automobile association In Forest CUy The A A A lias been working to good roads and for legislation to hcl the motor car owners for the last 2 years Membership In the local club mean an affiliation with all the A A A clubs in America and entitles th member to free emergency road fcr vice all kinds of touring data free le gal service and complete daily roai reports JOHN W DUFFY GETSJO YEARS Illinois Man Sentenced for Perjury During Robbery Trial CEDAR RAPIDS April John W Duffy Dlxon convicted n district court of perjury In con nection with testimony given at his jial for complicity In robbery Nov 3o of abank at Alburnstt today was sentenced to 10 years In the stats penitentiary at Fort jradleon by Judge John T Moffit who ovsrruleil a motion for a new trial Counsel for Duffy said probably would appealed to lows supreme court Duffy who was freed by a Jury on the bank robbery complicity charge told the court today he was innocent of tha robbery P AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I can tell a girl thats goin to make a good mother She likes to kiss a babys feet instead of its I   

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