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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 12, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA Mostly ftilr tonight and Sunday slowly rising AND MASON CITY North Iowas Daily Final Edition Edited for the VOL XXXV CENTS PER COP ASSOCIATED PRESS XEASBD WIRE HEPORT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY 12 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 186 JAPANESE CONSIDERING APPEAL TO LEAGUE CHICAGO TURNS OUT TO GREET BREMEN FLYERS Strenuous Program Hon ors Three Musketeers on Western Tour CHICAGO May 12 exchanged by two other former enemies expressed the thot which Chi cago today attempted to typify In a monster celebratjon for the heroes oC the latest transAtlaTitic flight JIaj ReecJ Land is Chicago and Qapt Herman Koehl 10 years ago wore aces sides during the World war As they shook hands yes Iterday Baron Gunther Von Huene feW leader of the Bremen crew said who were enemies during the now have the privilege and obligation to unlto our nations and ourselves in the bonds of everlasting Reach Chicago I The flying trio Baron Von Hucne Ield Captain Kochl and MaJ James PHzmaurice who flew Into the hearts Chicagoans Thursday were Joined yesterday by Mrs Fltzmaurice Frau Koehl and Dr Hugo Junkers build of theBremen Chicago Is calling the flyers the musketeers and her streets kve assumed the color at medieval fjageanlry Mingled with the stars and fVripes are at Germany and 1 everywhere In the pity y This morhthK ot rest for pPnyo citys the afternoons Bishop Is Cleared of Confer en 411103 H HOOVER FORCES TESTIFIES ft I owe Man Listed as One of Secretarys Cam paign Workers of the arena German a song a two program ntertalnraent and speeches am pit ed hy dozens of loud Speakers crowd bt be accommo Bated in the Three Flyers to Speak On the list of speakers were the three flyers Mayor Thompson Georgi MI Getz director the celebration William P McCracken assistant sec retnry of commerce In charge of avla lion and Judge John P McGoorty Tonight there will be a banque persons in the Stevens hotel and tomorrow the flyers wil hop oft at for Milwaukee Yesterdays reception while no designated as was todays Included a luncheon laying c wreaths and two processions GET ORGANIZED v Will Rogers BEVERLY May hate to be the first to maks notice of it but I believe that it is a rec ord Japanand China have been fighting TIOTV for one solid week but we havent entered our ma rines Whats the matter are they barred Maybe they are eliminated on account of being professionals I dont want to tell young John D Bockefellerhis business for he is a friend of mine but if he wants to get rid of anybody why dont he stop their pay Thats more suc cessfulthan writing them letters Tours ROGERS Copyright Smith Before Senate Campaign Fund Committee llreotfcg St his to day at 41 exclusive of pos Torgeson Worth County One of of Group Fighting Issue 1 DBS MOINES I Promoters ot the AntiBonding assocla tion of Iowa will wage their campaign I to defeat the state bon issue for primary road improvemen without resorting to politics or can against candidates who ho opposite views on the road questlo If waa announced just before the o gnnizatlon meetlngot tlie group wen into session this afternoon Tha plan for the afternoon meetln was outlined by a number of leaders It was announced would concern itself mainly with perfecting the temporary organization which has been operating for several months It Is proposed to name an executive committee of 11 members one from each congressional district in the state These 11 members will in turn name county chairmen to con duct the campaign locally The antl bonding men plan to carry their fight lo every township In the state by hold ins meetings in schoolhouses at sum mer picnics and wherever there is opportunity for a crowd to hear avail able speakers Tho state road program cantie car iriod out without issuing state bonds K R Torgeson state representative from Woroth county one of the pro meters of the meeting said He ex pressed tho opinion that Issuance of state bonds in tho sum ot folely for construction and not for retirement of the outstanding county road would hinder and delay the Improvement by the state of the Secondary road system Ible expenditures In California out lfle of th6 southern portion of the ittttS James W Good who testified before he aenafe Investigating committe and who had estimated that the tola would fall below said he now believed he would have to revise h Igures to when all reports were In Tlie total included Goods calculation that tho campaign inOhii cost As he gave his testimony the wit ness said that spent by th Hoover headquarters here comparei with spent by the Coolidee or ganlzatlon here in 1024 He told th committee Prank OIxwden had e penditures of In 1930 and tha the late Leonard Wood had spen In tho same campaign Good was questioned at length as t why Hoover had entered contests 1 certain states and stayed out of thos in otheru Ho assumed the relation ship between Hoover and Secreta Mellon had restrained him from goln Into Pennsylvania Good said J R Howard Clemens was amon Hoover workers sent over the country Senator Barklej democrat Ken tucky questioned the witness as charges that Hoover was not a goo republican Good denied these su gestlons finally saying in reply to question that It was not true tha Hoover was preparing a statement 1D20 that he was a democrat and th Julius Barnes persuaded him not to do so because there wasa better chance for republican that year Gov Alfred E Smith oE New Yorlt candidate for the democratic presidential snapped as he appeared before the senate campaign fund invcstlgatinK committee in New Yorlt City lo answer questions per campaign expenditures Left to right in the plioto are Senator A W Barbies Kcn talninc to his preside tucUy Senator W H McMaster South Dakota Senator Frederick G Bratton New Mexico and Governor Smith Stciwcr chairman Oregon Senator Sam MCONNELL IS GIVEN VERDICT Church Official Accusec of Misconduct During Conference RAXSAS CITY May unanimous vote tho quadren nlal general conference of the Meth odist Episcopal church today clearc Bishop Francis J McConncll Pittb burgh of charges of maladminis tratloii and misuse of episcopal powc In the conduct of an annual confei once The conference action was taken on a motion by Dr Harold Paul Sloan Haddonfleld N that charges against Bishop MConnell be dismissed as totally without Prior to adoption oC tho motion Bishop McConnell took the floor on a point ot personal privilege and pro tested against the statement In the charges mentioning He demanded action OR the part of tho coneference at once The charges had been preferred by the Rev George A Cookc who lives near Wilmington Del IHSHOF F J McCONNKLU Tho Methodist conference meet Ing in Kiinsus Cily Saturday voted to dismiss the charges of misconduct against Bishop Mc ConncU above Pittsburgh Pa The bishop was accused ot indors ing and recommending the tench inff of evolution TOKYO POSITION IN SHANTUNG IS MADE STRONGER Southern Forces Begin Another Drive on Peking ENEVA May officials IUG consfderine the ad visability oC having Japan herself sub mit tho Shantung Cisputo to ths league ot nations the Associated Press was Informed today from a re liable source Should the Tokyo government adopt his course it would riot be taken as a consequence of the na tionalist protest to tho league which has no juridiclal standing under the terms of the covenant but ns an in dependent move by a member ot league desirous to explain her posi tion this being that Japan has nr ambition or intention whatsoever to violate Chinese Integrity and terri torial independence Haugen Bill Is Revamped BOXER ON PROGRAM ARMY AVIATORS OFF TO RESCUE GERMAN PLANE ON TO PEKING i c ZLvW viv NEMECEKGETS 25YEARTERM Participant in Palo Bank Robbery Must Serve Time at Anamosa CEDAR RAPIDS May Ed Nemecek 20 one the trio that leld tip the Palo savings bank last March today was sentenced to serve 25 years in the state reformatory at Anamosa by Judge F L Anderson In district court His companions Joe Hadrava and Jerry Nepovin were sentenced to life at the Fort Madison penitentiary for the same robbery Thursday Nemecek was arrested soon after the Palo rohbery but Hadrava and Nepovin escaped to Canada and were not taken into custody until Wednes day night after they had returned to Iowa companion and held up o bank at All three be taken to prison triday Railroad President Is Named Chief of Pennsy Republican Committee Gen W Atterbury president oC the Pennsylvania railroad was today elected republican national committee man for Pennsylvania He succeeded former Senator George Wharton Pep per who was not a candidate Gen eral Atterbury waa elected at the or ganization meeting of republican state committee and nominated by SenatorElect William S Vare WEATHER NEXT WEEK For upper Mississippi and lower Missouri Unsettled Monday with iliowera followed by mostly fair re Winder of week altho local showers nay occuragain at close temperature horinal or below most ot week FOUR DIE IN COLORADO FIRE Occupants of Ranch Home Lives in Blaze One Boy Escapes May Four persons perished was severely burned and another when flee last night destroyed tho ranch home ot Adolph Maize near La Salle Colo The dead are Mrs Maize 34 and three children Ramon 6 Mary 4 and a baby 4 months old Albert S ran Our Weather Man weather figures for 24 hour period ending at oclock a m Saturday Highest Friday 69 Degrees Lowest in Night 30 Degrees At A M 45 Degrees Friday night was tho chilliest thus far experienced in May Early in the day however the wind shifted from south and there was a re markably speedy ascent of the mer cury B It had reached the degrees mark and an hour later it was 10 degrees higher President to Get Measure in Few Days Belief That Coolidge Will Veto Plan Persists May agreement on the final form oC The McNaryHaugea farm relict bill was reached today by conferees of the sen ate and house Differences between the measures passed by tho senate and house wero of a more or less minor character It is the hope ot Senator McNary republican Oregon coauthor of the measure to get the legislation before President Coolidge by next Wednes day A veto Is expected A two thirds vote is required to overridea veto The senate passed the McNaryHaugen bill by more than a twothirds majority but this mar gin was not mustered in the house vote The senate provision exempting fresh fruits and vegetables from terms cif tho equalization fee was accepted by the conferees but another senate pro posal toput beef and beef products in this class was turned down The house language regarding selection oC tho advisory coun cils which would have vetb pott er over the Imposition or the tion respecting their commodities also was accepted from the lames house with his clothes in ITALIAS MOTOR OUTJ1F ORDER Dirigible Cannot Take Off on Second Trip for Five Days KINGS BAY 12 one of her motors dam aged on her return from an explora tion trip yesterday the dirigible ItuIIa probably will not be able to start on her next Polar trip for about fivedays In view of this General Umber to Noblle commander of the expedition has very little time left for his three scheduled polar flights since May Is tho best month for flying In this sec tion the world During yesterdays flight the Italia was over tho north coast of Spitz bergen on her way to Franz Josef land when forced to turn back because of bad weather and fogr Earth II 8 in Tlnr BLJK EARTH May The play The Whole Towns Talk wjll be presented at the Sandon theater Tuesday evening by students ot the high school Tho proceeds will be used to purchase fittjngs for the stage of the new school house FOUR KILLED IN LAUNDRY BLAST Six Persons Seriously In jured in Kokomo Explosion KOKOMXD May Four women were killed six persons fere seriously injured and 35 others were seriousiy Injured and 15 others bruises as a result ot the explosion of a flat work steam mangle in the Frldlin laundry Here this morning I KANSAS CITY May j technical knockout over JoUn itfjTeffrtT r ohurcn men has been added to Jack Johnsons long list of trlurfiphs Appearing before a worldwide meeting at the general conference of the Methodist Episcopal church here yesterday the former heavyweight champion was applauded by bishops and ministers when he attributed his physical condition to not drinking not carousing and getting a good nights The veteran Negro fighter was In troduced by Tr Clarence True Wilson oE Washington Methodist dry leader who armbuncefl Johnson ns an im promptuprohibition speaker I want said John son that I am absolutely against whisky beer and all intoxlcatins liquor because I do not believe liquor helps tlie human body at After extensive applause Johnson said he felt as well at 50 as he did when he was 38 years old and that he believed his good health was due to nbstlnence from liquor and getting his rest regularly To servo he continued you must train the mind as well as the soul Liciuor and other things de prave the mind and abul I wish you success In your battle to drive liquor out oC Tohnson then retired to a gymnas ium where he is training for a bout with Big Bill HarUvell a local Ne gro In Kansas City Tuesday night The former heavyweight title holder recently waa knocked out at Topelca by Bearcat Wright of Omaha Junkets Mechamcjtlopes lo Fly Bremen f ium Island MITCHEL FIELD N May army amphibian planes toolc off today on thefirst leg of a flight fo Greenly Island to help bring nut the transAtlan tic monoplane Bremen Tho planes were bound for Ptctou N am n stojt will be mnrfc at Portland Maine for refueling The first plane to leave was the Onic piloted by Lieut Muir FjiirclifM tvifli E edict chief of tlio army air corps ns a passenger TIio hop off was made at u in The second plane Onlb which left soon afterwards was piloted by Jrn R Aker and Fred Melchoir mechanic of the Junkers company builders of the Bremen was a passenger NEW YOIjJC May air experition two United month army amphibian planes today was TIENTSIN China May AP forces ot Gen Fens lu siang now allied Avith the national Is are continuing the southern drivn n Peking occupying Tehcliow on hiintunsShlhll border last night Reports received today that dvance guards ot the lavo reached Wuklao In the province oC CiiiliH Itself and that the northern commander ot the eastern district ha begun a withdrawal to Machajig 33 miles south ot Tientsin ap pointed a committee on political af fairs for the war zone of Tientsin in anticipation of occupying Tientsin it self shortly RESTORING ORDER SHANGHAI May Japanese in Shantung continued to strengthen today and there were indications that order was gradually being restored The telegraphs and telephones be tween Tslngtao and Tsfnan which were cut when Chinese nationalists and Japanese battled for possession of Tsinan were in use again The Japanese aircraft tender Notoro arrived at Tslnglao strengthening tha Japanese warcraft gathered In Chin ese waters The Japanese railroad authorities In Tokyo wero ordered to prepare for largo troop movement to Shan tung between Sunday and the end ot The dead are Anna Black BIrkett and Mary Sapp Ford Edith THEY WERE GLOBEGAZETTE GUESTS THE GlobeGazettn recently held a oneday training school for correspondents high school and jun ior college students of journalism country edi tors Kami Bureau members nnil club women of Ma son A part of those In attemlancernot all of shown in this picture It is believed o have been tho larceat ami most successful event of Its klnil ever put on by a middle western newspaper Almost 200 persons parttclpiilcil In it II J Metcalf specialist In journnlism trnininp for tlic extension de partment nt Towa Stnle college Ames jvns in cliarse of lie course 300 PUPILS OF C RJNSTRIKE Students Protest Dismissal of High School Principal Couch CEDAR RAPIDS May Angered because tho board of educa tion had dismissed Homer C Couch principal of Grant liigti school more than 300 pupils went on strike yes terday held a mass meeting in ICWs park where feeling ran high against those who had not joined In the move ment and returned to classes whrcc they were permitted to hold a special assembly tit which several fiery speeches were made Since Couchs discharge several Indignation meetings hnvo been hold in tho west side and feeling lias been bitter on the part of tho students with wliem tho principal is a favor ite Couch yesterdays action Ho followed tho students to their mass meeting when ho arrived at school and found tho doors locked and several signs announcing that classes would not ho held Mr Couch was unwilling to discuss the Incident today but thai iho students lind missed only two classes Its way to Greenly Island to aid in bringing out tho transAtlantic mono piano Bremen Taking off from Washington yes terday afternoon the flyers spent the night at Miller field Staten Island whore Fred Melcholr chief mechanic oC tho Junkers companj Imildera of tho Bremen joined thorn They hope to reach Greenly Tslnnd Momlny making slojis for fuel along tho way Portland Maine Pictou X and St George Newfoundland The two planes are In charge ot Maj James K Fcchot chief of thn nir corps Ona plane is piloted hy Intent Muirfalrchilrt with Major General Fcchct as passenger and tho other by Capt Ira Eakcr Must Be Removed Soon The flight was undertaken at the request of tlie German ambassador and Miss Hcrtn Junkers who pointed out that unless tho Bremen was flown from her island prison within a few days tho rapidly softening ground would mako a takeoff Impossible If a landing hy the two nmphlliinn planes nt the island in found impossl Mclchoir plans to drop to the is landISy parachute Tha army planes tlinn will turn back to their fuel baso at St GcorKe The Junkers mechanic will fly the Bremen out if a takeoff Is possible After dropping Moleholr nt Greenly Island the army flyers plan to wait 24 hours and if no word is received from him in that tlrno to fly linck to the Island nnd attempt a Jnmling in open wntor Mifiht Wait for Ship If Molrhnlr ran do nothing with the Hicnicn 1m will fly back In nno of lite plnncs to ninke further pinna If it la found impossible to fly tho Firemen nut the pliino will ho IcCt on the islaiifl unlil a got thru Tho tuo army plnnrs hopnod from Millrr flclrl to Mitchol ricltl shortly nftor dsiybirak tills morning They broakfnst there conforrod with ntmy officials and soanneil reports preparatory to their hcpoff for Portland Mnlnn Twenty thousand men were tn the force to be moved into tho war torn province bringing the Japanese strength there to about Also horses will be shipped to Shan tung Tho Japanese consul general at Tsinan telegraphed Tslngtno llio nationalists in evacuating the walled city on night wero dis guised This was interpreted ns ng that In their flight they hud abiui loned their uniforms A Japanese news dispatch from Tientsin said them was great unrest nmong tlio Chinese there since it wan rumored that tho nationalist soldlcrn ivero now advancing northward under Gen Feng TuIIsiang The northern forces were stated to have nvoiried Jt fight by evacuating Tohchow near ShantungChihli border Thornton Bureau Mccld THORNTON May Picas nnt Valley township Farm Bureau met Thursday at the home of Mrs Bertelson Nino members were pres ent and studied childrens under tile leadership ot Mra Tom Pet ersen Some of the sentimentalists prob ably will le insisting that tho Spirit of St Louis ln tuincil out tr nns ture instead of being kept cooped up In a City Tribune FiMlile Meet Miy Mission ary socioty wns hold nt the homo o Mrs Oliver KuiderKon Friday atlcr noon AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Girls used to be a sight more romantic They had to be to put up with mus taches flavored with cYicwin   

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