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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 7, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE JTASON CITY IOWA THURSDAYTJUNE 7 1928 J i xu w A J LHNU 7 1928 FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPOIIT NQ 2Q8 STOP HOOVER IS CRY AT KANSAS CITY LEAYEKKIMG Thinks Re moval of Americans Unnecessary DElvING June travel impracticable Americans remained in Peking today and the legation had no intention of evacuating them to other points which some might eonsld er safer Nationalist flags were flying sig nalizing the change from the dictator ship to Marshal Chang TsoLIn to the Kuomintang There was no disorder ami evacuation of Americans was re garded as unnecessary Peking was isolated by railway No trains were running to Tientsln For three days Peking has received no mails To exclude deserters from the armies all the city gates ex cept one were closed The automobile route to Tientsin was regarded ns risky sinee nondescript soldiers were roaming the countryside If Japanese reports from Mukden were to be relica upon Chang TsoLm injured ip a bomb outrage when he fled there was alive and improving The official Japanese report stated thnt altho the former northern dlctat ors condition was showing signs of improvement his Chinese physician would not permit visitors y A statement issued by attending physicians indicated that Changs in ware more extensive than re was at first His bruised arm was John pain and contusions on the senate IeS were healing Chang Tifinairi cheerful lullicLm J has been under maitial Hw morning ot Juno 4 Km CQUSLlis UP ITALIASEARCH Norwegian Flyer Unable to Continue RiiserLarsen on Job ICINGS BAV Spitzbersen June 7 Hjulmar HiiserLarsen noted Norwegian Arctic flyer arrived nt Kings Bay today to assist in the search for the mlslng dirigible Italia Weather conditions for flying were not favorable ami the captain woe waling for the first opportunity to fly northward to join Lieutenant Luctz bwHolm a brother Norwegian flyer ivho already has been making air sur veys of northern lieutenant LuetzowHolm was jjn ible to niake a flight yesterday on ac count oCfoggy and otherwise bad weather The prospects are regarded us unfavorable for an efficient search by the Hobby which the flyer Is Using ns a base because of a persistent cold north wind Ii The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Swimming The man or woman boy or girl who can swim can use that knowl edge In winter or summer Lifo saving la not a seasonable Is just as likely to drown In December while skat Ing aa in June while boating This Is but one ot the reasons why you should learn to swim or Increase your ability if you already how You can never tell when this knowledge will be essen tial The Washington bureau of this paper has tor distribution a book let on swimming and life saving It was prepared by the American National Red Cross and contains instructions for beginners and ad vanced students together with i a number at swimming and life saving tests Send for your copy of the helpful booklet today Enclose 4 cents in coin or stamps to cover return postage and handling Frederic 3 Haskln Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Inriirniatlon liureiiu Washington n C I enclose herewith 4 cents in coin or stamps for a copy of the SWIMMING BOOKLET Slrcct Oily Sdifp Cross Chicago Gambling Traced SHOT BY CLERGYMAN Hisliop William A Guerry ot the Episcopal diocese nt Sonlh Carolina was shnt and seriously wuimilcil nt Charlcslon y the Key J II Woodward of Brans Avich believed to liave liecn mentally deranged who then hilled himself RELIGIOUS WAR BEFORE VATICAN Pope and Officials to Study Causes of Cath olic Strife DOME June Mexican roligioiis situation will lie reviewed exhaustively during the next few days Jy nil competent officials oC the Ro man Curia it was announced today at the Vatican following an audience granted by Pope Plus last night to Monslgnor y Flores archbishop ot Michoucan who brot the pontiff latest word on tho situation in Mex ico A semiofficial communique said that Archbishop Unix bad presented the pontiff wth a This was not characterized flatly as the basis for a possible settlement ot the con troversy which has torn the church years but Its importance was evi dent from the fact thnt the pontiff was closeted with the Mexican pre late for more than an hour and a half Archbishop Ruiz ott leaving Ihe Vatican said that Pope Pius showed himself extraordinarily well informed onthe situation south ot the Rio Grande He knows Mexican matters better than exclaimed the archbishop who said that he was eminently sat isfied with the results of his visit to Rome thus far particularly because ot the pontiffs extreme Interest In his communication UNDE RULE SHOWN IN CRIME REPORT Life History of One Man Gives Key to Control of Vice pHIOAGO June new chapters of a sensational report on Chicago crime were made public today by the Illinois Association for Criminal Justice They charged the growth of a gambling syndicate which at one time reached into many other cities nnd they jeclted in detail as far back as the early 1000s the 1ule of the underworld and tho rise of its The associations survey which bas been financed In part by tho Carnegie foundation points to three major con clusions at tho end of this rapid survey of orgaized The first fact Is the continuity and persistency of a form of social life or ganized around personalities who play an important role because the rela tionships in the underworld ot gam bling vice crimo are personal and feudal rather than formal and Institu tional Xotes Political Charged The second fact la that every In political admlnisttatlo In order In rambling world The third fact is that gambling In resisting attacks of reformers and In meeting new situations created by changes in administration seems to have become more solidified In organ izaton and more flexible in adapta tions to new situations and more con cealed in Its operations In other It Is the ineffective efforts ot the community to defend Itself against vice and gambling that gives it Its or ganzed character Practically reform in the past has amounted to little more than a ges ture New tactics need to bo worked out In order to take into account the complexity ot the The survey set forth that the com plete life history of one man wero It TtKN TO PAGE R COLUMN 1 Shenandoah Teamster Discovers Forgotten Loot in Jewel Theft ten loot from a jewelry store robberyj has been unearthed by Bunel Jones a teamster who was Rcroplng dirt near here Kstlmatoa of value range from SlnOto Jones said that wrapped In a decayed cloth were five 20 gold pieces sereval two watches and number ot rings Transferred Saloon Is to Home by Volstead Act Says J B Hammond DKS June Volstead act has transferred the saloon I from the public place into the home nnd there is more drunkenness now tiiat before the enacted John B Hammond vice crusader and legis lative director of the New York Civic league declared on his return to his home hero from Washington Tho Volstead act is the crime of the twentiethcentury wartime pro hibition was made more effective than the present federal mond said Mr Hammond was in Washington to lobby during the sessions ot con rress for amendments calculated to put teeth In the Volstead act TunneyHeeney Bout Scheduled on July 26 YORK Tuno Kiekanl today Informed Hie New York Htale Athletic commission that Gene Tunney would defend bis heavyweight iiliiiinpionsliip asninst Tom Ilerney at the Yankee stadium here July 26 IOWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy with prolmhle Incnl thnniler storms in west por tion Thursday afternoon nnd night anil showers in extreme cast and south portions Thursday night in east portion Thursday nisht ami cooler in west portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at oclock a m Thursday Highest Wednesday 80 lowest in Nisiit M At A M fil Degrees Wednesday wasnt especially hot but at lhat it Mas the warmest day June has produced up to this time The previous high mark on the first day when the GlobeGazettes thermometers listed 73 degrees The wind turned to I be southwest in tho afternoon and the Increased lempcra turo followed soon The wind con tinned out of the southwest Thursday morning too EAKS FOR FARMERS JM J Tobiii Vhiton lieiuls tlie middlewestern fiina relief com inlttco which will Insist that tho republican nationnl convention namo favoring fnrm NOMINEE MUST BELOWDENO Friendship Makes Three Futile Attempts to Get Away on Atlantic Flight Levines Old Plane With Mabel Boll Aboard Back in N Y After Failure to Fly to Old Orchard on Way Across Ocean BULLETIN CURTISS FIELD New York June six hours in the air during part of which time it was lost in the fog the monoplane Columbia returned to Curtiss field today having been unable to find its way to Old Orchard Maine on the first leg of a transAtlantic flight iBEPASSEY June monoplane Friendship made three unsuccessful attempts this forenoon to take AVT harbor here fw its Projected flight across the Atlantic The plane was apparently too heavily laden and the wind too light to enable it to rise The plane bearing Miss Amelia Earhart Boston sociol worker as pns er ami Wilmcr Stultz pilot and Gordon mechanic was loosened ryom its moorings again nt a eastern standard time and prepara tions were made for a fourth attempt Carrying a full load of gasoline the Friendship rested heavily on the water ns It was towed out for the first attempts this morning The wind was light and shifting and contributed little bouyant forrc an the motors pulled tho heavy craft over tho Biirfaee After the three fu tile attempts to rise it was decided to wait a little in tho hope that the breeze would freshen during the day WOULD FLY OCEAN ROOSEVELT FIELD X June singlemotored mono plane Columbia toolc the air today on the first leg oC another transAtlantic night and this time It carried a woman SUVA Fiji Tune monoplane Southern Cross rested on the sands of Nasclal beach today awaiting ebb of tide to per it to hop oft toward Australia arm Bureau Directors Determine Farm Aid Plank Tuna of the American Farm Bureau fed eration met here today to fashion a plank on farm relief which they will submit to the republican national con vention at Kansas City next week William Hirjh ot Columbia chairman of theCorn Belt committee declared that only Frank O and Vice President Charles G Dawes can win fanner support Unless tho Kansas City convention nominated or IXUVes I will advise tho cornbelt leaders to try to reach a friendly understanding at observed IIirth Thenominnlion of Senator Curtis of Kansas would not win farm sup port Illrth believed nnd Miss Mabel Boll Is the passenger TJie Columbia look the air on Its latest venture at daylight time this morning with Old Orchard 270 miles nway aa Its immediate destina tion There the tanks will bo fueled to apacity nnd a takeoff for Emope made as weather permits Miss Boll hopes to beat Miss Amelia Earhnrt now waiting in Newfound y tlle plano wls land to make a similar attempt wnte the night WOMAN IS SHOT ATMUSCATINE Mrs LaughHn 65 Killed by Grandson Playing With Revolver MURCATINR June John Lnushlln 65 is dead and her grandson Carl Hogcrmelstcr is broken hearted today as a result of the accidental discharge a 33 cali ber automatic pistol In the lads hands late yesterday Ioung Hnsormelster was recover ing from a period of illness nnd his grandmother was making an effort to keep him amused They played wmls on his bed until that pastime failed o Interest him Then he began play ng with tho revolver which his believed was unloaded Suddenly there was a loud report ind Mrs Langhljn fell off the bed lend On the present flight there are two pilots Oliver Lo Boutilller nnd Arthur AUSTRALIANS WAIT starting yesterday afternoon When the government steamer neer arrived at Naselai with SOO gal lons of gusoline tho work of trans porting the drums to shore was made difficult and slow by a rough sea So reat was the delay that dusk found Few persons saw the takeoff this norning not morethan 300 being scat tered about Hie field nnd most of them were reporters and photograph ers Mrs Josephine Boll elderly mother ot Tlie Queen ot Jliss Boll Is popularly known was with her daughter until tho plane took to the air and expressed entire confidence in tho success ot tho flight After the oluinbia left Levlno and Mrs liol prepared to follow In a cabin plane to accompany the ocean flyers to Old Orchard There was little ceremony about to lays takeoff Levlne arrived at the field with the flyers just at dawn and within an hour the was in tho nir The takeoff was mado with out apparent difficulty altho Ihe piano dill not rise as quickly as observers expected Populace of Corinth Terrified by Quake ATHENS O recce June The city of Corinth struggling to re pair the damnge caused In several re cent disastrous was Tgaln shaken this afternoon Many liouses collapsed and clouds of smoke overhung the town terrifying the pop ulace A volcanic eruption was be lieved responsible for Iho quake fiefs Knipfy Cnns June Ninetythroe thousand have been received by Clarltsvillo Canning rmnpnny ns tlm finit shipment of for use in tiic JMS corn pack A larg er arraign has been contracted for this year than ever before here Americans he wanted them to pany him to Brisbane Since leaving Oakland Thurday last the Southern Cross has covered MOVIE ACTORS ESCAPE BLAST Film Actors Had Been in Russian Cafe Just Be fore Explosion June persons were injured two probably fatally in a flro and explosion that wrecked a popular Russian cafe in Hollywood it mklniglit sbortly after a parly oC film luminaries left the place The two persons seriously injured uere Theodore Xodjensky SO former general in the Russian army and Irv ing Strother 31 Among tho guests wiiose timely de parture probably saved them serious Injury were Charles Chaplin the Marriuls Do Falalse Colleen Moore and her husband John McCor mack ncneo Atiorco and Jack Demp sey nnd his wife Kstcllo Taylor Authorities immediately started investigation on ibc theory tlm fire c C may have been of incendiary orisin 10 ncck n Iho piano but partially fuel and the tide coming in Waits Ebb of Tirtc Wlien Itwas decided that Ihe South ern Cross would have to wait another hauled above Iho Una and made safe for The craft was completely fuclcd today and all that remained tc he done was uneovcring of the three radial motors and warmliicthem un a bit Capt Charles KingsfordSmilh and Charles Ulm Australian pilots of the Southern Cross estimated that they should cover I lie miles between Suva and UHsbane Australia in about 20 hours They planned to stop at Brisbane and leave Harry W Lyon and James Warner American mem bers of the crew before going to Sydney the end ot their mile air journey from Oakland Cal Sydney is about HOO miles from Brisbane acted as navigator during the planes flight from Oakalrid to Hawaii tlienco to Suva Warner was the radioman ruder arrangements made before tho flight started In California and Warner were to leave the expedition at Suva permitting tho two Australians to continue on to their homeland alone Americans to Continiio But filneo arriving in the Fijis Cap lain KingsfordSmith changed his mind and announced that an a mark of appreciation for the skill of the two accom Will Rogers SALT LAKH CITY June Wheel broko when she came down plane turned over nnd lit on her back the first candidate to land on his head and being a candidate It didnt hurt tho heafl Grabbed another plane and on In to Salt Lake where these republi cans meet Anyhow If it had landed 20 feet further would have hit boulder dam On to Kansas to draft Coolldge Tours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1078 60 MORE VOTES ARE ADDED TO GROWING LIST owden Watson Forces Hope to Stem Tide for Cabinet Man PRINCESS HELEN IS TO DIVORCE ERRANTCAROL Escapades in England Prompt Move on Part of Kings Mother BUCHAREST Rumania June newspaper Lupin says former Crown Prince Carols recent es capades In England have led Princess Helen whom bo married in March 1921 in Athens to seek a divorce from her errnnt husband The decree Is expected to be pro nounccd shortly because General Con descu Carols lega representative has ro turned from Belgium where he obtained th offered Icrpbtalh adlvorce to Princess IJolen after Carol eJoped with tlie titlnnhaired Lupeseit In 1925 At that lime she declined on tho grounds of religious scruples but Carols recent expulsion from England s an undesirable guest wns said by the paper to have led her to change her mind The Rumanian government wns stat ed to have been convinced thnt the English escapades of Carol had for ever precluded his return to his land either as Helens husband or is heir to the tiirone KANSAS CITY June Tho field nf opponents to Herbert Hoover completed an organization here today In effort to prevent lilm from being nomlimtcil In the rcpuljltriin nationnl convention next week The scries of meetjngs most ot which were hold in Watson heart qunrters hurt their Inspiration In bo generally ncccptccl belief nmong Hoover opponents tliat nn ho could bo stopped and slopped quickly the nomination would Ko to liiin The opposition contends thnt all It needs to rto Is to prevent the cabinet members nomination on tho first few ballots nnd then many of his delegates would be gin to forsnlte him CUT June opposition to Herbert Hoover settled down to serious thinking to lay in the bellcC that unless the drift owarrt Mm can bo stemmed his nom Inevitable Stop Hoover or its Hoover that sloganlike phrase expressed the Beri llmcnts of delegates and party lead ers already on tho ground five days lif advance ot tho republican conven tion Having loat all hope ot checking the commerce secretarys rapid cumulation of delegates in contest before the national whefj 1 ftprei than miles The miles to Wheeler field near Honolulu was covered in hoitrs nnd 28 minutes The ship then wns flown 0 miles to the Island of Tlie mile rileht from Kauai to Suva the longest hop over water ever made rerHired about hours The flyers arrived hern p Monday time Dows Boy Shot During Quarrel on Baseball Lot DOWS Juno a number of wero playing ball on y vneant lot Tuesday Dwigbt Boiulenl son Mrs Klsle Boulden set bis dog Orphans lie Graduated DAVENPORT Juno students of the IowaSoldiers Orphans IOTIIO school here will bo graduated this evening in exercises to lie hold at Iho home Mayor Jlaroltl Molcalf Davenport will deliver tho graduation address and diplomas will be presented U H ZcTwekh siiiHilntenilciu of the home Frank Vislier Jr The boy was bii on ttie lilp Boulden then Rot a sliotgun from Ibis uncles liome and shot Harold arm About 15 shot were removed from Harold and tho others were too deep to bo found The doctors hold hopes of recovery IVrlile Meets fnmelrry 1 held Hie annual nieriing ami dinner in tlie church ilKLKomcnt Wednesday LUTHERANS TO MEETFRIDAY Delegates From U S and Canada to Convene in Des Moines DBS MOINK8 Juno ot tlie United Slates ami Can ada will assemble hero tomorrow tho Klxtyninlli annual convention of I bo Aiigiistitnii synod The estimated attendance of delegates and visit mt from 13 conferences and tlirco bone mission districts Is placed nt Dr G A Brandell president of Hie synod will preside Simultaneously with Synod sessions there will bo held tho thlrtysevcnth annual convention ot the Womens Missionary society of the synod This organization a mrm hership of nioro than women nnd children in the United States Sirs I3mmy Ewnld of Chicago Is Us presi dent Examination of a large class of rnn didatcs for the Lutheran ministry started today by the inliiistcrlum ton posed of cMilcnl delegates Nearly all candidates are of Ihe Aiisj uslana Theological seminary Ilocl land III who receive Ibo proved of the nnnistcnum will be dained Sunday The synodlcal council which been In session for a iveok prcpa the business to como before Ihe Is fxes began counting 1171 their combined They hoped to find a block sufficiently largo to prevent Hoover from amassing the necessary 5to to win the nomination Opposition lolng Forces WHh that In view sup met with those ot Senator Watson the Indiana favorite son In Watsons hotel room last night In a long parley The nsiml political meet ing secrecy hedged the gathering nnd It any decisions were reached they were kept In confidence Similarly two Hoover strategy mcet ss wero held during tho night and Ihey conccMucd strategy noth Ins was divulged Quietly confident after checking over Hoovers delegate strength bis managers aro reserving their flro until the balloting begins The opponents of Hoover look to Watson Curtis nnd oilier favorlto son delegations with the hope of nddlng I heir votes to those of Lowdcn who will enter the convention with about 2rn certain votes Slow long they will remnln with him Appears problemnti but Lnwdens boosters pin their hopes on rclnotiling strength early and holding it Intact to Iriistrato Hoover Lowilin Tallin K for More Tlie forces look also o tlie many delegations to lie pmvdfu and doubtful Irnnsylvanta the hope thnt new alignments may bo created in favor of their candidate Many conflictingfactors enter In to the discussion One Is the draft Coolidgc movement which refuses to din even tlio there exists a general stale of mind the delegates that such a plan Is futile Another Is that while tlio Hoover forces seem to be solid them appears no similar cohesion among tho combined opposi tion Observers who profess to tee nfl vnnco signs of disintegration amonir tiie delegates making tip the field ngainst Hoover point to the many con flicting views on Issursj on wliieli concerted opposition might ho based TO R that both major po lltleal parlies nanio em dldates definitely committed to i Ill enforcement of the prohibition act Dows Farmer Is Dead After Lengthy Illness IXiWR June Tengrr liv ing on a farm near here died at his borne Monday night following a long illness lie leaves to mourn bis loss wifo five sons and ono daughter Labor to Hear Slripf MOINKH June II Slrlef chairman nf tlie slntr board of will be a sprakir at Ihe Iowa Slain 1Vderatlnn of in week Tlio convcn llon opens Monday AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Lettic brags bout Iiavin more sense than her husband but any woman thats got more sense than her husband lias got too much sense to let him find it   

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