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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 5, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEVSPAPER rfif AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLE MENTAL SERVICE FINAL EDITION MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 5 1928 FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PHESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 206 HAMMILLS LEAD NOW PACIFIC FLYERS GET READY FOR jOENOREMP Southern Cross Crew Is I Safe at Suva After 33 Hours in Air OUVA FIJI Islands June J successfully traversed approximately miles of ocean between Oakland Hawaii Suva the flyers of the monoplane Southern Cross started preparations Vhere today for the next mile hop to Brisbane en route Aus ftralia After a long rest last night to make up tor the more than 33 wakeful tem Vpestuous anxiety fraught hours that Iwers passed during their flight from IXauai an island ot the Hawaiian jiroup to Suva the two Australian and two American airmen emerged from their hotel room here today ro treshed and keenly interested the Jiork that lay before them iHave Busy Few Hours There were many things to be done hecking the gasoline supply In the uel tanks of the Southern Cross lo atlng a site from which the refueled ilane can take off safely for Its night pver the sea toward Australia exam iihation of the three motors that lab ored faithfully thru miles and storms nd study of the weather charts and to decide the time and course of Tie shortest but perhaps most hascard is leg of flight kingsfordSmlth Australian pilptjiHarry ripper i arid navigator and James operator were objects of Imlration by all from the bushy liied native Fijlans to the white in habitants The four men who flew n from the sea yesterday afternoon n the strange powerful blue and sll Jr bird of cloth wood and steel were Inters of attraction wherever they ient One ot the most important problems efore the flyers was to select a take point Need Lengthy Runway Albert park where the Southern ptoss landed yesterday afternoon was oarely large enough to accommodato the plane in its arrival Unweighted jby a large store of gasoline the pilots missed running Into the aide of the In closure by but 20 yards and then only by making a sharp left turn up onto praised ground 1 Taking off with 900 gallons of gaso illne and oil the amount estimated re quired for the flight to Australia will require a straight lengthy runway headingMnto the wind Plan Nora Springs Picnic NORA SPRINGS June Friday evening a preliminary meeting was held in Nora Springs to plan for tha fourth annual homecoming plcnlo to be held at Boulder park June 28 I Returns to Montana PLYMOUTH June White who has been visiting relatives 1 Sn this vicinity returned to his home in Montana driving thru In his car Plan Latlmer Band Concerts LATIMBR June Scott township band will give the first a series of open air concerts in the streets at Latlmer Wednesday eve ning The band under the leadership of Ed Sawtelle gave programs last summer on Saturday evenings in Latlmer in Alexander ALEXANDER June K Mrs Frank Ha gen of Chicago came for visit at the home of her sisterinlaw Mrs Lyle Hall AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I got used to colored nap kins when I had babies an had to make blue ones to keep em from gettin mixed in the E W Clark Nominated for State Senator VICTORS IN MONDAYS PRIMARY Z Jo Hem are three at the successful candidates for nomination for cuiicrusHiiinii ami suivu aeun tor from the fortythird senatorial district Center is John Hammlll two imes fjovcruor of Iowa and nomi nated for his Miirrt term To the right is E W Clark Mason City nominated as state senator and on the left is tiio veteran Gilbert Haugen nominated again for con Rress from the fourth district Cress and Mrs Hunt ley Win LEWIS FOUND Defense Attorneys Recom mend Slayer Be Put in Hospital for Insane OTTUMWA June A ver dict of not guilty by reason of in sanity was returned today in the case of J Everett charged with first degree murder in connection with the death of John F Webber prom inent local banker and former Iowa state senator The verdict was returned by the jury at this morning after 13 12 hours deliberation tefense attorneys recommended that Lewis be committed to the crim inal Insane ward at the state reform atory at Anamosa When the verdict was returned Judge W M Walker did not indicate a time for a ruling on the defendants disposition Tha verdict of not guilty by reason of Insanity was directly traced to the brilliant address to the Jury yesterday given by Col Robert J Shaw of Sig ourney defense attorney Lewis confessed that he shot and kilied F Webber after a quarrel two month aago Chicagoan Buys Last of Armour Family Stock CHICAGO June final block of stock In the Armour and company held by the estate of the late J Ogden Armour son of the founder haa been sold to Arthur Cutten Chi cago Announcement of the sale was made by F Edson White president and tho purchase confirmed by Mr Catten It involved shares of a common stock Weai IOWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy Tuesday nlsht and Wednesday probable showers In southeast portion Tuesday night not much change in tem perature LOCAL STATISTICS Mason City weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a Tuesday Highest Monday 10 Degrees Lowest In Night 48 Degrees At 8 A M S3 Degrees Cloudiness asserted Itself Mondny afternoon and culminated Tuesday forenoon in a few drops of rain with an immediate threat of more On the wholo Monday was Ideal for the pri mary election from the standpoint of weather Sheriff Gets place Heavy Field Mrs Huntley Carries Twenty Precincts in Pri manes CERRO Gordo county gave O E Cress his third republican nom ination for sheriff and chose Mrs Nelle Huntley as the for re corder n the primary election Mon day Sheriff Cress defeated his nearest opponent George Crawford by a vote of to while the other two candidates dragged far behind with 762 for Gilbert E Varner Mason City policeman and 629 for J W Sahr local shoe repair man Mrs Huntley defeated Mrs Mildred Prescott in cumbent by to Twentyfour of the 29 precincts in TURN TO PAGE 10 COLUMN 3 WEATHER HALTS ftRGIN IN WORTH VOTE IS BUT SLIGHT Unofficial Returns Give Breckenridge Lead Over Patterson XTORTHWOOD June tho IN support of his Worth county neigh bors lacked much of being unanimous Congressman Gilbert N Haugen had a substantial lead over J A Nelson of Dccorah when returns from 30 pre cincts were tabulated here early this morning The standing was Haugren 9S7 Nelson 759 The governorship standing on the Jasis 9 precincts was Hammill S40 Bowman 225 Skromme 508 and Anderson 120 Three precincts on the minor stale offices save tho follow ing Lieutenant governor Klmball 649 Buaer 159 secretary of state Smith 325 Hazlett 402 Mooro 64 Mclntosh 84 Beam 134 auditor Long 362 Me duns 287 and Burrows 132 Brcckcnrlflge In Lead ALGONA June Breck enrldge of Hodman appeared to be th winner of renominatlon against Big Majority Here Places in Lead Him George A Patterson of this county In Friendship Cannot Be Fueled for Attempt to Fly Atlantic TREPASSEY N June ITokker monoplane Friendship in which Miss Amelia Earn liar t of Boston ana her two male companions hope to cross the Atlantic was buf feted by Btrongr northwest winds here today which made plans for complet ion of fuelingImpossible Seien more tanks of gasoline re mained to be poured In the planes reservoirs The flyers announced the takeoff which night seemed likely upon completion of the fueling operation had been postponed Aside from the wind the weather was clear and fine An Intimation that the Friendship might fly beyond England was given by Miss Earhart Pilot Wilmer Stultz and Mechanic Louis Gordon in conver satlon hero this morning on the returns tit the senatorial district The Vote by counties was as follows Patterson Breckenridge Kossuth 3373 1473 Palo Alto 114 2344 Gil Clay me Dickinson 616 916 Total 6744 Slsroniiiio Leails in Wiimebago FOREST CITY Juno Winnebago county may have the distinction of be ing tho only county in Iowa to give Senator Ijirs Skromme a plurality for the governorship nomination On the basis of returns from S precincts he had votes against 63D for Hammill 315 for Bowman and 151 for Anderson Tom Boynton won an easy nomina tion for recorder over George Osmond son and L A Jensen and C Brown was renomlnated over L B Doland for county attorney ChlcUasaw Favors Hammill NEW HAMPTON June On the basis of returns from B precincts TURN TO PAGE lli COLUMN R Cnutson Carries Franklin and Hancock Hall Is Poor Third C W CLARK former cashier of the U Security National bank of Mason ity was nominated for state senator ioin the fortythird district comprising Cerro Gordo Hancock and Eranklln tlal vote in practically all precincts counties In the state primary election donday Mr Clark defeated his nearest con ender Clarence Knutson of Clear Lake for three terms representative of Cerro Gordo county in the state assembly by to R M lall farmer living north of Clear Lake was a poor third with a total of The heavy vote Mr Clark obtained n Cerro Gordo county was what gave the nomination in the face of the act that Mr Ivnutson carried both Elancock and Franklin counties Mr Clark carried all of Mason City with a tremendous plurality was In the lead In practically alf ot the rural precincts Mr Knutson received t large plurality In Clear Lake The Mason City man got a total of in Cerro Gordo county to for Mr Knutson and 804 for the farm candidate In Hancockcounty the Clear Lake candidate led with while Mr Clark Hall mSS ieI In Franklin to BOWMAN SEES NO HOPEOFVICTORY IN GOVERNORSHIP Gilbert Haugen Has Easy Victory Over Nelson for Congress Seat Hazlett Loses Campaign for Secretary of State BULLETIN DES MOINES June Ham mills lead over M L Bowman for the republican gov ernorship nomination was substantially unchanged this afternoon as the count neared completion With of the states precincts reported the governor had votes compared to for Bowman Lars J Skromme had and Marion Anderson of Clinton tabulations by the Associated Press showed MOINES June more than twothirds of the precincts of the state heard from today Gov John Hammill had polled approximately per cent of the total vote cast for the republican nomi nation as governor in Iowas primary election of Mon day Under the lows election law SB per cent of the vote eart U re quired for nomination and governor Hammllls nomination was assured L Bowman tola nearest competitor voiced a virtual concession of defeat when he stated that It would seem that the governors lead ccruld not Vote on governor recorded In of the Mr Clark and 561 for Mr 912 for Hall Mr Clark Is the son of Judge Jos eph J Clark of Mason City a veteran of both the SpanishAmerican and World wars and has been a resident of Mason City ail his life Funeral Services for Plymouth Woman Held PLYMOTH June funeral of Mrs John Witt was held Sunday afternoon at the M E church the Rev WIlHam Galbreth officiating Burial was at Oakwood cemetery Plymouth Club Flans Picnic June Fann ers Wives and Daughters club will have the annual picnic on Wednesday on the school lawn Stllson Man Recovers STILSCW Tune Jeffords who was injured by a fall while at his sons lomo at Lake Mills ta slowly Improv How Vote Stood in Cerro Gordo County Governor Lieut Gov Sec of State Auditor of Stale o g Rep 4th Dtst State 43d Diet Sheriff First precinct first 9 0 Recorder a 3 a for The Issue In the campaign proposal to Issue in state bonds to complete the primary road system of Iowa In years Tills pro tiosal favored by Governor Hammill Is to go to the people in referendum1 In the general election In November Opposed to the proposition were Bow man and Anderson favored the bond issue and wag regarded as n liberal on the prohibition questions Lieut Gov Clem F Klmball re publican was renomlnated by an over whelming majority over former state Senator Jonas D Buser of Concsvllle Congressmen Are Winners All Iowas republican congressman who sought renomlnatlon were suc cessful Latest returns from the ninth and eleventh district where new con gressional timber sought nomination showed the result In douht since neither Karl W Vincent republican ninth district nor Ed II Campbell eleventh district had polled the nec essary 35 per cent to assure tlon on the basis ot complete returns Returns from precincts for Lieutenant governor give Ivlmball Bnser In the republican contest for audi tor of state precincts give Long McCIune Bur rows Returns from precincts for secretary of state give Smith Moore Hazlett Beam Mclntosh In polling votes Ed M Smith Incumbent obtained per cent of the total cost In the number of pre cincts mentioned Second precinct first 23 19 68 367 340 28 24 83 4S6 437 55 475 17 23 48 6 ITS B4 221 354 184 13 178 456 73 66 158 220 347 285 344 B 23 38 8 129 61 173 266 15G 8 164 350 35 66 189 First precinct second 29 33 229 296 210 89 574 81 BG3 25 26 93 9 253 103 284 497 225 13 202 E64 57 169 446 403 335 Jecond precinct second 23 28 434 376 73 429 45 30 171 102 299 200 First precinct third 25 39 104 601 432 60 415 172 402 69 51 197 279 320 256 44 23 84 11 213 69 210 334 225 13 164 607 44 63 218 347 433 268 Second precinct third 31 23 104 3G2 363 SO 378 16 23 44 14 173 62 180 350 191 22 144 386 77 60 184 228 291 254 First precinct fourth 21 17 136 371 355 41 341 14 25 39 11 165 62 132 282 153 13 164 358 32 51 186 273 305 207 Second precinct fourth 28 21 39 259 238 40230 19 16 45 12 33 43 121 164 310 3 133 250 34 43 145 197 231 164 Bath 9 28 100 92 17 Sl 5 J9 6 40 16 89 35 35 33 92 5 99 Clear Lake 24 12 109 79 85 103 156 37 350 10 13 23 6 54 24 100 126 C7 74 100 82 11 18 82 141 130 118 Dougherty 10 21 23 14 5 20 22 17 17 FallsPlymouth 17 163 128 20 160 4 12 3 44 37 97 154 44 47 255 7 23 87 325 91 FallsRock Falls 6 15 86 71 10 65 3 12 27 10 45 27 31 80 88 49 79 65 Geneseo 47 ISO 384 28 159 9 17 34 69 38 117 171 61 64 78 133 7 28 102 149 113 Granf 62 41 85 316 22 85 14 12 20 8 56 19 53 14S 34 119 42 43 43 141 88 10r GrlmesMeservey 7 28 47 54 lil 57 6 10 16 46 60 15 30 27 4 32 20 29 44 44 GrimesThornton 6 13 87 325 19 333 6 16 62 13 84 11C 52 22 81 3 16 92 89 109 89 53 78 85 13 85 8 13 5 40 35 55 99 3f 33 69 40 40 106 82 70 Lime Creek 23 35 310 21 111 8 15 67 101 44 28 330 44 98 108 Cfi Lincoln 29 7 G3 78 21 73 8 9 31 2 47 8 48 93 88 54 86 10 33 80 84 11 38 30 17 37 SO 29 77 67 Mt Vernon 7 IB 42 49 70 11 60 5 35 10 30 In 41 6S 21 22 63 70 63 Owen 49 63 30 38 24 31 48 2 9 21 41 49 Pleasant Valley 7 55 8 15 12 28 64 S4 49 EiS 27 0 13 59 68 61 Portland 8 6 31 74 6138 39 75 30 19 67 8 38 81 67 59 Union 14 0 46 49 69 30 55 4 3C 30 4G 26 30 58 31 74 50 67 Clear Lake 3G 21 41 258 273 2ft 234 S 19 5l 7 115 35 117 245 93 19 288 98 16 23 143 192 220 1BI Clear Lake 24 21 46 180 179 34 163 12 12 34 83 26 97 348 1C 229 60 10 28 105 147 154 123 Clear Lale third 49 29 93 222 251 50 270 11 13 34 115 40 141 243 108 50 280 90 4 21 366 219 224 177 TOTALS 399 S73 280 X18 181 89S X04 529 76 TOOK EARLY LEAD DES MOINES June Amassing a lead of nearly three to ono over former state Senator M L Bow man of Waterloo his nearest oppon ent In yesterdays primary election ov John Hammill of Drltt was re nominated by the republican party in Iowa for a third time Governor Hammill outdistanced n field of three candidates polling 401 votes out of cast In of the states precincts tabulated early today The Hammill majority on the basts of those returns represented per cent of tho vote crtnt Vote on precincts out of 450 gave Hammill Bowman J Skrommo of Rolnnd Marlon E Anderson ot Clinton 03S All incumbent republican men who entered tho primary were renomlnated Thcso Included W F Kopp first district TV D Letts sec onf district Cyrenua Cole fifth rils Tlct C W liamseyer sixth dslrlct Doyd Thurston eiRhUi district nnd r J tenth district unop posed In jmrly and T J U Robin son thlnl district Gilbert N Haugen fourth district C Bowell sev enth district who had opposition In the ninth congressional dfstric with republican candidates In the field Earl W Vincent of Gnthrle Ccn ter had a lead of slightly moro than votes over Tiuljre C ttat cliff of Red Oak on the basis ot 10 precincts reporting out of a total 222 In the district Tho raco wan name a nomlnca to succeed Rcpr HAMMILLS THANKS BRITT June advised of the results of yesterdays primary Hnmmlll from Ills home In Drltt mode the follow ing statement The people of Iowa have my sin cere gratitude for the vnfe at confi dence expressed In me today I de siro to nnd to assure them tttnfc their approval of my past administration will spur me to KO forward In my determination to Rirn liiem a continued business administration ami o lown n lioltcr plnco in which to live My campaign was conducted by Clifford Nllps nnil E A Grim wood and o them an every group anil Inillvlduiil who supported me I wish to express my heartfelt ap entatlve R Green resigned On Oils vote Vincent rccohcd 0 to for Riitclitf Others polled otos as follows Milton B Pitt Cresent Iiarles E Sivunsnn Council Bluffs 254 Owen J vltcManus The ime number of precincts found VVII nm T Burke Missouri Vnl y leadingClinrloa P Paschel Coun 1 Bluffs by 45 votes Tho poll gave urke 447 nnd Paachel 402 Campbell Lends In Eleventh In the eleventh congressional rict Fix candidates contested for the spubllcnn nomination as successor Representative W r Boles retir ng congressman hundred flfly T precincts out of 309 In the district ave slnto Senator Ed jr of attla Creok votes Stewart Gil lan former mayor of Sioux City 10 Jacob A Prlchard Onawa errlt M Klay Orango City Robert Hunter Sioux city ana iergcs J Bergcson Sioux City Thirtyfive ecatterlnfr precincts out f 222 in thp ninth congressional dis iIct gave Karl W Vincent republl an a IPA of approximately otns over William J Burke demo rat for congress In the special clec on called to a successor for 10 unoxplrerl term of Representative Villinm R Green rwilgned Latest tabulated on other con rcsslonal races showed tho following caults Seventh district 1S3 out of 2IS pre C Dowcll republican In umbcnt Charles if Lyon 73 W 13 Hnnes and William f Klotn Fourth district 122 out of 211 pre Gilbert N llaiigcn republican ncumhcnt 1 A Nelson Robinson liiisy Winner Third district 1G1 out of 220 pro incts T J H Robinson republican ncumbont Henry O Ijnnp norlhy Judge George Wood 827 Lieutenant Governor Kimbnlls lonri vor Toncfi D Rnser was in 20 precincts out of In the stntc Tho voto KIVO Kimball and Buser In tho republican raco for nomina tion as decretory of state Ed if Kmllh of Wlnterset Incumbent in 172 precincts polled slightly TlJRN TO PAGE 10 COLVMN I   

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