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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 29, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXVUNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE JMASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE UEPORT NO 200 REPORT ITALIA DOWN ON ARCTIC ISLAND oulder Battle Rages as Congress to Quit RRIIPTIRN AT I TO NOMINATE HOOVER Dm ipr cmtlNG Tumw ORRUPTION AT m WORST IN OIL GASENYE 4 Sinclair Stewart Get Caustic Arraignment 0 in Report WASHINGTON Slay i Bristling with pungent terms Denunciation of the naval oil leases antt the Continental Trading company deal a report supplemental to that ap proved yesterday by the Teapot Dome ufommitteo was filed today by Sena pjir 4 Nye republican North Dakota Imirman of this senate Investlgatln Jj roup I It went into the record along wit Bie report ot Senator Walsh demo Montana who prosecuted the o ivcstigations and whose finding fiiaracterizecI Robert Stewart ftVairy P Sinclair M Blackmer an E OXeil as conspirators fiahd denounced the entire deal as a Ilcontemptible private Never haa the world known a jisB Involving a degree of fraud quit bribery thievery conspiracj nd corruption to compare with wha as come to be known as the Tcapo omeElk HillsContinental Trading the Nye report said Leases Worth le leases involved in the case ar iated to have been worth not less and were consum id to language of th me United States est of slimy trails beaten by Ilege The Investigation has let us hope privilege at its The trail Is one of dishonesty ad Violation of law secrecy con hnent evasion falsehood and cun lUt is a trail of betrayals by truste Ind presumably honorable Jayals ot a government o certain Jmalness interests and the people who trusted and honored them It is a llrail showing a flagrant degree of the lxcrcisQ of political power and in lluonco and tho power and influence great wealth upon individuals and parties it Is a trail oC de Boilers and schemers far more fjrous to the well being of our nation I dour democracy than all those who been deported from our shores In time as undesirable citizens Crushes Brilliant Careers I And In the end the story Is one the crushing ot brilllnt careers Ifhcn finally the light was played fcpon those who schemed thbse un fealthy schemes born In darkness The acquittal verdicts in the Fall Joheny and thn FallSinclair trials tave been considered most deplorable failures oC justice on every side ex enfing only tha side of privilege Those failures have been of such as to prove the need for such rhanges in court procedure that will advantage no more easily avail able to the criminal ot great means I than to the offender who comes out if the most lowly the accomplishments o vestigatlon Sena as a prospect for janing In tha oi He said also that the in festigatlon was bound to bring some jjifiasure of political V Reviewing the accon IVl Vis years of Jnves ji said there was lif house clear SIcNab above a San Francisco attorney and resident nf Palo Alto Herbert Hoovers home is Hoovers personal choice to nominate the secretary of commerce as Hie republican presidential candidate at the Kan sas City convention in Jiuie POLICE SEEKING Adjournment ZT ATTACKEROF7 YEAR OLD GIRL IE CALL fOF THE WILD The frontier has gone but In the midst of the old West lie the moun tain plateau and desert land of I south west Utah flamboyant jn tne flare of their canyons Roads and rails have spanned the desert and opened ZION NATION AL PARK to visitors A picture booklet ot this wonder of America will Interest those who travel as well as those who do their touring fron a rocking chair Our Washington Information bu I ieau offers a handsomely lllus trated account of the new land tho coupon below Frederic J Haskin Director Mason City GlobeGazette information Bureau i Washington D C I enclose herewith 4 cents In yin or stamps for a copy nf the Volilet ZION NATIONAL IU Stale FARM LEADERS ORGANIZE FOR Wiuu owa Keynoter Says States Will Fight for Farm Relief CHICAGO May tw sources today came announcement hat supporters of farm relief legisla ion would carry their fight to the re mblican national convention at Kan as City next month In Chicago M T Tobin who was keynoter at the Iowa state republican onvention issued a statement that 11 grlcuttural states have organized a ommittee to present their plea for arm aid to the national convention Mhmcsotnns Mobilize At St Paul announcement was lade by J E Reed president of the linneaota Farm Bureau Fderatton hat farmers of that state will mobilize vithin the next fortnight in four sec ions preparatory to going to Kansas itv The 14state organization announced n Chicago is composed Tobin said of upporters of former Gov Frank O owden ana of tho favorite son canfli ates Senators Watson Indiana and urtis Kansas Tho Tobin statement said Wo want the farmers to have a lance to get away from deep distress ley have suffered as stated in the S2t platform Party Kacins Crisis The party Is facing the greatest crlals in Its history If eastern party leaders will listen to the voice of the west and demand for eco nonilo justice victory will follow But If they continue to be indifferent to the needs and rights oC the corn belt and farming states then defeat is in vited ana disaster will States represented in the committee Tobin said are Iowa Illinois Indiana Kansas Nebraska Minnesota Wiscon sin Ohio Missouri Colorado North Dakota South Dakota Oklahoma and Montana Father Sees Man Drive Away After Taking Child From Bed TOLEDO May man early today entered the home of Alex Sielagowski here and took Dor othy 7 from tho bed where she was with her three sisters carried icr to his automobile attacked am ilied her and then 20 minutes hvew the body on the porch of he grand irents Mr and Mrs Felix Dob a few doors from the childs lome Police immediately started a scare Cor a small man in a black suit whom Siclagowski said he saw drlv away from in front of the home a fev minutes after the disappearance o Dorothy Sielagowski said he also sav a small covered auto truck stop in front of the home The childs father and two brothers were asleep in a front bedroom Po lice said the slayers apparently were acquainted with the SielagowskJ homo as they entered it thru a back door which was unlocked with a key Creeping ttp the stairway the man seized the child clad only in her night dress A sister Stella was awakencc by the man and cried theyre taking Dorothy They awakened the father who looking out o his bedroom ALIENISTS SAY LEWIS IS SANE Chicago Expert Testifies Ottumwa Slayer Is of Crank Type OTTUMWA May saw the automobile drive 20 window away saw two automobiles drive up ini front of the Dobrezenieckl home Kt thot nothing of It and immediately left foi polico headquarters Returning with officers lie noticed a huddled figure on the Dobrezenleckl porch and In vestigating found the body ot his child The coroner gave a verdict of death by strangulation The coroner said tho child had been attacked T father Is employed In a factory Swaledale Farmer Is Found Dead in Barn SWAL1DDALE May Hewlett farmer living near here was found dead in tho cow barn by his hired man about oclock this morning Heart disease was given as ho cause ot the farmers death No Arrangements for tho funeral have jcen made pending word from rela ives He is survived by Ills wife three sons and one daughter Reached After AllNight Filibuster by Arizonans Johnson Fights to Obtain Preferred Legis lative Status for Dam Project at Winter Session of Senate WASHINGTON May of disorder that forced the 8en fne BaVB 8 diSTllty marked thecTos ing hours of the first session of the seventieth congress itselfafndevoterdetirre senate haa reversed useic ana voted 40 to 35 to adjourn sine die at p m today tionVsT latSr the 110Ue aPProvort he new adjournment resolu tion Io5 to 8 and congress waited only word from the president that there business to be transacted before closing its doors for the k r camo when of Maryland democrat chal lenged the effort of Johnson ot California to obtain preferred legislative status for the Boulder dam bill at the winter session of the senate fought the adjournment resolution and Bruco held he had sacrificed any rights for the bill by reason of his defeat In attempting to hold the senate In session until Boulder clam vote was taken No Suspicion of Fight The new adjournment resolution was shot In by Curtis republican leader after Ashurst and Hayden o Arizona had talked all night in a filibuster to prevent a Boulder dam vole The vote on adjournment was taken without any intimation of the row to come When Its result was made known however Johnson sought to lay aside the Boulder bill in order that other business might be taken up tor the remainder of tho day He asked unanimous consent to place the bill on the calendar ot the first day ol the winter session as unfinished business j r TALKED ALL NIGHT WASHINGTON May Two sons of R young and lusty western and Hayden oC the senate In the firm giip of a filibuster today in the struggle of physical endurance against the proposal to construct a huge dam it boulder canyon In the Colorado ve r First one then the other took the loor while Johnson of California eadcr oC the forces for the bill stood lelplessly by as the seemingly Inter minable debate went on and leaders considered anxiously the prospect for adjournment today Reinforced occn lonally by friendly members tho stood firm All thru the night with no rest ex ept for an hour or two necessary to muster a senate quorum Ashurst Yanks Outhit Take Opener From Senator NEW YORK May It six to eight the Yankees osed out the Senators by 3 to 2 000 8 n New York flOO 300 B 1 Jones and Tate Pipgras Ben gough Collins Talk about short measure There nany a quart foot In a pint Clinton Herald the end of its re in the trial of J state approached buttal testimony Everett Lewis for the slaying of John F Webber local banker in district ourt hero today with additional evi lenco being turned In to offset the defense claim that Lewis was insane at the time ot the shooting Two alienists and seven of Lewis acquaintances testified yesterday that their estimation the slayer was sane The alienists Drs Henry J Gahngan ot Chicago and Charles Jicksher testified they would claHsify he defendant as belonging to that egotistical group wa know as IOWA FORECAST Mostly fair Tuesday night and Wednesday not much change in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at oclock a Tuesday Highest Monday 70 Degrees Iowest in Night 15 Degrees At A M 61 Degrees The wenther forecaster was right In his promise ot warmer weather Mon day More of it seemed to bo in pros pect Tuesday too alt ho the wind had not entirely succeeded In getting back into the south It was mostly from tho west with a slight inclina tion south Farmers say its the typo of weather that makes oats grow and city dwellers know that lawns flourish under its spell TAX BILL SIGNED WASHINGTON May The tax reduction hill was signed today by President Coollilgc The measure which now is law provires for an estimated annual reduction In tax payments of However the cut in government revenue under the act is esti mated at only for the next fiscal year beginning July I the full force of he reduction not heinp felt until the following fiscal year Tha president also signed the de ficiency appropriation bill carry iiic including for beginning the Missis sippi flood control worlc and the postal rates reduction bill talked giving little evidence the strain ha was undergoing This morn at oclock he surrendered the filibuster to Hayden a newcomer to the senate No Chance for Johnson On the other side Johnson kept a sharp eye open for any break in the filibuster to jump In for a demand that TURN TO PAGE 19 COLUMN 3 Senator Norbeck Is Ordered to Hospital WASHINGTON May Senator Norbeck republican South Dakola was removed to Garfleld hos pital here this morning upon orders ot ils physician It was said at his office that this action was taken only to give him a complete rest and special treatment and Are You Reading Restless Love The Third Installment Appcara on Page 11 STUDENTS HURT IN POLICE CLASH Italian M i n t e r Protests AntiMussolini Out bursts BELGRADE Jugoslavia May 29 Four students Vere seriously wounded and 26 others Injured in K SSfty thla be students wlib LINDY BEGINS INSPECTION OF AIRLINE ROUTE Atlantic Hero Off on Hop to Coast to Locate Airports C demonstrating against the ratification ot the Nettuno convention The conflict was ended at 3 a when reinforcements ot gendarmes and mounted policemen arrived on tlie scene A Bordrero Italian minister today lodged a written protest against con tinued antiItalian demonstrations In Jugoslavia with tha government it was couched in moat peremptory terms He demanded the immediate and se vere punishment of all Jugoslav aii horltics in tho affected districts for hoir alleged laxity Police officers and gendarmes wpro ilso wounded were arrested Infuriated students FIELD N May Charles A Lindbergh took off at oclock thia morning in his Ryan monoplane for Columbus Ohio on the first leg of a flight to the Pacific coast to map an aerial route for ths Transcontinental Air Transport of which ho is chair man ot the technical committee Colonel Lindbergh refused to make lay statement prior to ihe takeoff He was accompanied on the flight by three companions nil of whom de clined to reveal their names One of hem however was recognized hy newspapermen as Col Henry Brcckiii rldge Lindberghs attorney Kxcellent flying weather prevailed ind the takeoff was made without inci dent C M Keyes president ot the new Irrail coast to coast system an nounccd that Colonel Lindbergh would make stops at Columbus St Louis Wichita and CIovls N ten ative airports for tho service Tho Transcontinental Air Transport plans a IShour service from coast to coast ilstng airplanes during he daylight hours and trains at night Colonel Lindbergh on his jjrvey sites chosen for landing possibilities for mlnal facilities V tentative fields and increasing their tor About 100 persons have drawn up a fiery petition to King Alexander complaining against alleged brutality if the police The petition also nro ests against the governments pro osal to ratify the Xcttuno pact in irdcr to placate Italy WORKERS BEAT MINE OFFICIAL Superintendent Had At tempted to Open Pit in Indiana KTERSBUIIG May P Will Rogers BTDVKHIA HILLS May 2S ancestry hasnt got a thing to do with this boy Andy Payne Hla daddy and I grew up to gether and are about the same age and he was raised on an outfit next to ours Jfe never run In his life lie always rode horseback He has another kid that was named for me and I am certainly going to try and keep him from running down to Buenos Aires or up to Alaska or somewhere If Andy dont get this prize money it certainly ought to he a lesson to him never to run thnt far unless he is sure If I was him I would just enter some short sprints ot maybe Just or miles Yours WILL ROGERS CopyrlRlit 1928 RENO CHARGES HAMMILL AIDS HOOVER FIGHT Governor in Reply Re asserts He Is for Lowden MOrXES May LJ Reno president nt tho Iowa Far mers Union today charged that Gov John ITammlll nan supported the preai dontlnl candidacy ot Herbert Hoove and asked the senatorial committee investigating presidential campaign expenses to t of Indianapolis ot tho Gibson Coal president of several superintendent company niul mines In West Virginia and In Indiana was severely beaten today by a num her of minors who attempted to pre vent him from opening Littles rnine a dcop vein shaft six mites southwes of here Action on Seminary Fight Deferred by Presbyterians General Assembly Votes on Changing Grounds for Divorce Rule TULSA Xfay After deferring action on three maj or questions Including proposed changes In the administrative depart ment of Princeton Theological sem inary the general assembly of the Presbyterian church In the TJ 3 A today turned to nomlnatlomi for places on various councils and com missions The Princeton controversy which or several days paclced the assembly and elicited prolonged and tense debate was disposed of temporarily esterday by adoption of an amend ment to the seminary committee re port postponing assembly action until ext year The Princeton board ot dl ectors was instructed to proceed immediately to compose differences it the The committee re lort porposed the substitution of one governing board for the two which low control the seminary A legal document to facilitate the mimvliatc appointment of the board iy tho next general assembly was iresented by Dr W O Thompson halnnan of tho committee The hinvh law would otherwise have re Hired a delay of another year after cceptanee of the report if tho IKD ssembly decIdes to adopt It A committee report proposing hurch sanction of infidelity ns the niy grounds for divorce was re erred to tho presbyteries for a vole ho result of the hn Mot ing will he ounced nt thn next annual asscm ly Tlie church law now sanctions Ivorce on grounds of desertion as veil as Infidelity Following nomination today hy landing committees an election will HuKh K Walhcr pastor of iiio First Presbyterian church Ios Angeles has boon named modmator of he ntnerat assem bly of tho Presbyterian church in session lit Tulsa siicrmliiiff Robert K Spccr New York City the moderator or Watder defeated Dr Amliroso Dunkcl IiKtianapoIfo for he posf bo held tomorrow to fill vacancies on the scncral council tho permanent Judicial commission Imstors of the board of puhlican and Sabbath school work and the lioanl ot foreign mis sions money has been or is expende In Iowa In behalt of Hoover either directly or indirectly thru expendl lures in behalf of Chargingthe expenditure of large sums In Iowa to defeat the expreasec will of Iowa Mr Reno called Ihe attention of Iowa congress men and Senator Hrookhart to a state ment by tlia governor to the effect that Hoover would carry Iowa If nomi nated He declared that an effort Is being made lo swing tho Iowa dele gation from Lowden to the secretary of commerce Mr Renos charge was denied by Governor Jlanmiill It is the governor said It Is prompted ly discouraged oppon ents in the governorship contest Any informed will recall my efforts on belialt of tho Iowa farm industry ind no one can deny I am for Frank O Lowden for president This states delegation in going to Kansas City to put over Mr Lowden and I will be there to assist In any way 1 Mr JSeno said that great sums of money are being spent In behalf nf Hammill It Is doubtful if there ever was a governorship campaign in which so much money was spent The nation of Ilammill on his bond issue program will he notice to tho cast that there is no depression in Iowa Hammilrs nomi nation with his Hoover Will Carry Iowa slogan will serve to nullify Ihe work of the Iowa republican convex tlon which selected the delegates 1 tho Kansas City convention and In structed them for Frank O PRESS RELIEF MOVES DESPITE LANDING RUMOR Flyer Prepares for Air Expedition for Lost Explorers HOME May no confirmation was available from any niiurco of a report that Ihe dirigible ItnHa was down at Amsterdam Island juat north of newspaper Bril lante puhlisliDi lie report In an extra causing great rejoicing in lie center of he city Norway May tho reports wholly unconfirmed had been received In Oslo today that tho dirigible Italia was down at Am sterdam Island north ot Spitsbergen the Norwegian government was going steadily ahead with Us plans to send out a great relief expedition to search for the inissing dirigible Captain RilserLarsen authority nn flylnc in tho north and one ot the leaders in the preparations for the re lief expedition was highly doubtful of the report and went ahead with his plans for an air reconnaissance over northern Spitsbergen Koon to ba made hy Luetzow Holm crack Nor wegian flyer Holm Peaches Tromsoe Lieutenant Holm arrived at Trom sos with a naval hydroairplane this morning and Immediately began the work of loading hla plane aboard tho sealer Hobby which will carry It to Spltzbergen as quickly possible Captain RilsorLainen hoped that the hobby would able to leave for Spiu the end of the week The captain Is of the opinion that Hie dirigible probably came down Bomewhcre on the Ice north of Spitz berjjen and that a survey by nlr of tha region offers the best hope of rinding the ship The Italian legation at Olso jeen In close wireless contact with the base ship Cltta Di now off northern Spitsbergen hut has re ceived no Information from her Indi cating that the Italia had been found REPORTS DOUBTED CHRYSLER BUYS DODGE COMPANY Purchasers Will Also Ac quire Subsidiary Units and Assume Debts NEW YORK May ors of the Chrysler corporation today Wo approved a plan to acquire the entire property ot Dodge brothers orporation IncludingUs suhsldlarlcs n thin country and abroad thru an wchnngeof stock Under tho ot the merger ona bare of Chrysler common stock will o exchanged for each share of Dorigo preferred stoilt and one hare of Chrysler common for each ive shares of Dodge Brothers class A omtnon ind ono share of Chrysler oninion for each 70 shares ot Dodge Brothers class B common The Chrysler corporation will as mno all outstanding of Dodge Brothers including the Kilanes remaining of 6 per cnt debenture bonds Visit in Sheffield ilny 29 lstor Orvlllo EndrKs Albert Kirk icyer and Ronald Beach who iorklnj in Napervillc came Sut rday evening for a short visit with datives and friends OSLO Norway May Reports that the dirigible Italia wax own at Amsterdam Island North Spitsbergen were received in Olso with great skepticism today as I ho MSB ship Cltta Di Mliano passed tho sland on ils outward trip Sunday and t appeared therefore incredible thnt he Italia could linvo landed there vlthout lxlng observed at that lime The Italian legation In Oslo in Ctn tantly receiving messages from the Jltla DI Mllano hut has heard nothing n substantiate the Amsterdam Island thnt he Italia had boen round nd In ho opinion ot the legation the eport itinnnt be true plain RilserLarsen nnlrrt Nor veslnn flyer explorer who is K Hie preparations for n largo expedition expressed the view that the fiiipiioseil wireless reports about tho airship having landed and other details were the result of a mis understanding WEATHER IS POOR KINQ3 BAY Spltzncrgen May a weath er conditions Including intense COM and a heavy were prevailing Kings Bay today Increasing the dlf flculty of the base ship citta HI Mllano now out in the Polar sea AUNT HEX By Robert Quillcn It looks like the best way for a rich okl widow to live a long time is to marry some young squirt that wants her   

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