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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 13, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                v X AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EMTIOH NEWS HUCTMIMHNTAI S1HRVICB MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1928 FIVE CBNT3 PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 213 IOWA BACKS MACNIDER FOR VICE PRESIDENT FARM FIGHT ON FLOOR LOOMS IN NIGHT MEETING AntiHoover Delegation From Texas Denied Seats By BYRON PRICE Associated Press Staff Writer CONVENTION HALL KANSAS CITY June 13 a session like play with the leading char acters left out but which none the less provided more visible proof of the complete control of the Hoover cohorts over the party organization the repub lican national convention today installed its permanent of ficera settled a fiery delegat contest from Texas and then recessed until oclock to night The missing star of the con Vention farm relie meantime ifchs wings i Whilei it platform uuboommltte wrestled unavalllngly for an agree msnt on a farm plank a group o shouting demonstrating farmers pa radeif outslfls tha convention hall an attempt to bring the lasue befor theconvention itself was prompt by party officials Hope for Platform By tonight a report from the plat makera Is hoped for and there iSBJIFtnyiideltot not pitiliibiltlon plank and only roll call li In session the republicans thot b7 aoma to provide a fairly accurate Index to the strength Herbert Hoover will command for the presidency of the first ballot tomor row had for its immediate issue the seating of a group ot Hoover dele grates from Texas whose credentials wera challenged by a rival political faction in the state The Hooverltes won out and the del egation was seated 876H to with Secretary Mellon casting all of Pennsylvanias 79 inthe Hoover col umn Makes Fiery Talk Two ot dozen or morespeeches from the platform during todays threehour session really aroused the delegates to spontaneous applause One of them was delivered my Mrs Mabel Walker Wildebrandt assistant Jr attorney general ot the United States 11 pleading successfully for adoption of the report ot the credentials commit Wind Carried Off Italias Gas 3ag CRASHED WHEN GAVELS TAP OPENED G O P CONVENTION AT KANSAS IOWANS FOR MacNIDER OF ICEJNOW Nobile Reports Details or Dirigibles Wreck Re lief Rushed BULUETINS KINGS BAY Spitzhergen Juno Bloffl radio operator of the Italia reported to the base ship Citfn Di MJIono to day that the Nobile party was being driven In a northwesterly di rection ROME June Um berto Nobtlcs own story of the wrecking ot the dirigible Italia in the Arctic was received today by Stefanl News agency It wns summarized as follows At a on May 25 while the Italia was flying normally at height of 500 meters suddenly the weight Increased apparently by snow and ice forming on the The air ship began a rapid plunge which was Impossible to halt and In tw minutes It crashed upon the Polar ic The cabin a nd part of the uppe bracing were torn away while th bag was carried by the wind in a easterly direction the IOWANS ARE TO J The Associated Press telephnto shows the opening of the national convention at Ksnsis City June 12 It Is the official lor the republican partjv Delegates had Just rearmed into the haH jtaVm thett Mate and ItateneiJ to the opening when IIANFOIU MacNIDEK The Iowa dclepntlon at Kiinsns City voted unanimously Wodiies mornlnBro back the candi dacy of Hnnforil MacNider above for the vtce presidential nomina tion FARM tee of which she is chalman The other was a fiery blast of de fiance to the democrats Tammany r1 and Al Smith unloosed by the new i permanent convention chairman Sen i ator Hoses ot New Hampshire SLOW IN ARRIVING CONVENTION KANSAS CITY June sleepy 1 eyed republican convention showing plainly the wear and tear of overnight i worries about farm relief prohibition I 1 and delegate contests assembled to t j day in Convention Hall hoping1 to get von somehow with its decisions but un whether much could be done TOFARMPLANK J 0 Shaft Will Demand Definite Promise by Republicans By ROBERTA BROAD Associated Press Staff Writer KANSAS CITY June Iowas delegation to the republican national convention today looked to J O Shaft ot Clinton to take the next step In furtherance of a farm relief program It was reported freely among the Iowa delegates that Mr Sliaff Iowa member the resolutions cornmlttee would insist that a planlc be incorpor ated in the party platform that def Initely promised something for agri culture Unless this was done hi Crlenfls aara Sliaff would bring a min ority report into the convention i State Representative J H Hager o Waukon an alternate delegate stated that supporters of Frank O Lowden of Illinois probably would not Insis on Including the McNaryHaugen bil provisions in the platform Want Definite Promise What we Hager explained until late In the day The biggest of tha party troubles f centering about farm relief still was holding tho platform committee in ses sion after an all night dispute while a jsrroup of farm demonstrators march Ingabout the environs of the conven tion hall shouting against Hoover further harried the nerves of tired delegates nnd convention officers There was a prospect that the plat TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 3 Advertisers Notice to the extraordinary amount of work connected with tha publication of Mason Citys 75th Anniversary Edition Satur day of this week it will be Im possible for the advertising de partment to accept nny advertise ments classified or display later than Friday noon June 15th Advertising In this Saturday edi tion can ho arranged for by call ing 28 before noon Friday Advertising Department Mason City a definite promise by the repulilifspcct the plane can party that something will be done for ngricultfore do not merely vant a statement that tho Is in sympathy with the agricultural ele ment We want a definite plunk which win be a definite promise 1C Hoover wins the nomination that is the next best thing look Gossip in the Inner circles of Iowa politics here haci it that 2T ot the states delegation would vote for Lowdcm of the first ballot with the other two being pledged to Herbert Hoover Ten or more may switch to tho commerce secretary a native lowan if a second or third ballot Is necessary Gov John Tftrmmlil a convention visitor has taken an active part in the promotion ot resolutions favorable to agriculture He has stayed out oC the Lowden Hoover presidential dispute Insofar as Iowas delegates are concerned but la said to be helping Mr Shafts work on the resolutions committee Mrs Hammill who has been visit Ing relatives in Kansas will arrive this afternoon or tonight the governor said Ray Tenter state insurance com mlssloncr came last night as a arrival Ho Is merely a looker he said and is taking no part in dele gallon politics Denounces RaivRon Activities Harry O Ueavcr of Wapeilo do foatcd candidate for national rommil tceman against Charles O Rawsn of Des Moines Incumbent last night during informal deliberations wit HARBOR GRACE Again Fails to Take Air for Ocean FJight BULLETIN HARBOIt GRACE N June enrly this afternoon were that the mono plane Columbia would off today on the continuation of its transAtlantic flight with Miss Mabel Boll and her companions Cnptniii Oliver Le chief pilot Arthur Argles copilot HARBOR GRACE N June 13 by the auspicious start of her projected transAtlantli flight Miss Mattel Boll who innde here last night in the monoplane Col umbta fitter a successful J 100 mile hop from had high hop of an early takeoff for tho other side Whether tliat takeoff could be made today and It seemed possible that It might or be put over until tomor row remained to be determined Miss Boll went to bed tired but hap py Her companions Capt Oliver Le Boutlllier chief pilot Arthur Arples copilot and Andrew Surrini chief mechanic for the plane which Is owned by Charles A Levine of trnns Atlantic fame stayed up later to in REPORTEDBETTER Presidential Train lo Leave for Brule Wednesday Night June Following a second consultation this morning between Col James F Cou pal and Lieut Commander Joel T Roone white house physicians the condition of Mrs Coolidge was consid pVert sufficiently improved to allow the departure tonight of President and 5 for the summer white houso In Wisconsin Improvement in Mrs CoolldgeVcon dttlon had continued during the morn ing to a point which in the opinion o the physician removed any danger in undertaking tho Journey to Brule Ulse in temperature here and nlon the whole route to Wisconsin rcmpvei danger that Mrs Coolldgc might catcl cold on the way All Found OR CON VENTION SubCommittee Agrees on Prohibition State ment of Borah By JAMES WRST Associated Press Staft Writer KANSAS CITY Tune Jurtling the prohibition inforcement ilanlc problem tho republican con resolutions cpmmitteo found tself blockedearly today on the nucs lon of farm relief and after five hours Tdjourned at dawn to resume its dis cussions In the mlddlo forenoon The fiubmommittee of In agreed Arapnp tha debris on the Ice all the of the cabin were found miraculously to alive Scattered oa ar6unilithetttwas afinost material which formed the cabin Only a minute after tha plunge Nobile and his compaions cried pas sionately Viva On the evening of May 30 about 12 kilometers northeast of Foyn island dipt A Mariano and Capt Vilippo Zap I and the Swedish scien tist Dr Finn Mnlmjjren started with provisions for North Cape They in tended to cover kilometers a day There were loft with Nobile the Czechoslovak scientist Prof V De hnunex Lieut A Vigliert Engineer Troianl Motor Chief Natale Cccclonl ind Giuseppe Biogt radio opcrotor Others Stayed With Ships Tho other members of tho crew re mained with the drifting dirigible They will hwe food enough for throe months and are supplied with com pleteequipment In the group with General Xohlfe hero nra two injured One of them Is already convalescent The other suf fering from a leg injured below the INNER CIRCLE IS CONSIDERING REST ORICRET Dawes MacNider Among DELEGATIONS UNANIMOUS FOR MASONCITYMAN in Many States in Boom for War Vet as Running Mate By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Correspondent KANSAS CITY June Upanimous indorsement of Hanford MacNider f or ice president was voted this morning by the 29 Iowa dele gates The action was regarded as extremely important Reed Lane Davenport and Robert Shaw Sigourney took he lead for the MacNider cause Maj Frank Lund Web ster City was another service man who agreed to unanimous indorsement In Mentipnedjor Vice rresidency A dozen states representing every part ot the country but principally In the west and jiorthwestvhave also by formal caucuses or otherwise given evidence of their backing of the Ma son City man and someImportant I slops were in prospect Cor today Theodore Roosevelt of New TorV vlio has been considered as vice pres dential timber himself has volun tarily dropped from the race and thrown his support to MacNider and both Howard P Savage of Illinois last years national Legion command or and John Quinn ot California a national commander of four ago have enlisted their netvlee tha knee will General recover eventually Nohile said the Ice had TURK TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 3 ourtney Completes First Leg of Flight to America at Lisbon LISBON Portugal June apt Frank T Courtney British avla r arrived In Lisbon it p m n the first leg of a transAtlantic light to the United States STEWARTS CASE IN JURYS HANDS Oil Man Awaits Fate for Re fusing to Answer Senate Queries WASHINGTON June The rase of Robert W Stewart wealthy Chicago oil man charged with having refused to answer ques tions asked Tjy tha scnnte oil commit tee was given to the Jury at this afternoon Vice Presidents Now Only Interest at K By WILLROOERS Special Correspondent KANSAS CITY June you are Interested in vice presidents and such things you will perhaps be In terested In this convention Nobody n the history of conventions ever saw a convention start out and end so luick A man that couldnt even get Into the United States senate arrived hero tha evening before the conven tion opened nnd announced who he was for and they started paying off Mellon come here with the Pennsyl vania nnd there his author ity ended Mellon had the money hut Vnre had the votos The allies Stopped Hoov all right they stopped him from being secretary of commerce If yo havent had a rocm to stay in while hers you can get one now There are ix candidate headquarters that are o bo sublet The convention opened with a prayer a very fervent prayer hat Al Smith ho not nominated Made Keynote Prnyer It was a keynote prayer it the Iord can see his way clear to bless I he re publican party the way Its been car rying on then the rest of us ought to even get it without asking for it Then they brot on Simon D Fess bo careful how you spell that or you will confuse tho name with evolu Ho delivered whnt Is called the keynote A keynote spetch is press noli of tho republican party written by Us own members Hero aro just a few of the things that I bet you didnt know the repub licans wcro responsible for Radio TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 1 the early morning on a law inforce mcnt plank substantially In the form is presented by Senator Borah Idaho TJnder Its provisions the party would pledge Itself and Its nomi nees to tho observance and vigorous inforcement on the eighteenth amendment which is Identified by Farm Kellcf Causes Fuss The farm relief plnnk ns proposed by the lenders pio voked so much discussion that mem bers of the committee were satisfied that an agreement was Impossible until further conferences could ho hnld and for this reason an ndjoiirnment was taken The failure of the sub committee to conclude Us labors in Its overnight session mailo it certain Hint the ptnt form on which the party candidates ire to stand in the November elec tions would not lie presented to the convention until tomorrow After the subcommittee has wound up its work tho entire resolutions committee must pass judgment upon its action Adoption by the subcommittee of TBorah plank regarding prohibition inforcement Is certain to lead a fight in the entire committee and from there It may find its way to the floor of the convention Leaders in tho New York New Jersey and other delega tions have declared against any dec broken up a little and open leads were showing between tho floes He gave bis position night as SO degrees IS minutes north 25 degrees 55 min utcs east Radio communication between the Itallag survivors and the base ship TURN TO 2 COLUMN 3 Pierce ArrowStudebaker Companies Are to Merge By FRANCIS M STBPHBNSON Associated Press Staff Writer KANSAS CITY June presidential booms have popped up at the republican convention like mushrooms after a rain since Herbert Hoover accumulated bin winning lead In the presidential race iihd leaders were busy today looking over the crop In center of the field and Ing a littlo higher than the host of other candidates was Vice President Dawes with Secretary Mellon and Sen ator Bovah Riving impetus to a boom already underway with public declara tions for tho Incumbent So many were the candidates and so strong was the Dawes movement running that leaders took quick cog of the situation and heads were together during the night In the inner circle for some preliminary tudy Hinges on Hoover Candidacy Every vice presidential condition to ay hinged on thu Hoover candidacy ind tho field oC contestants rangec rom tho eastern coast to tho Rocky mountains It was tho consensus tha ho Hoover running mate should comi rom the middle west where the asrl cultural problem is demanding alien lion ot tha party chieftains However no word was forthcoming from Mr Hoover or from the Hoover camp Lieutenants there emphasized that tho commerce secretary would not commit himself on a vice presl ne M 13 Forbes president ot the Plerc Arrow Motor Car company today con firmed reports that tho Pierce Motor Car company nnd Sludebake are negotiating for merger A certain man buys a now cnn opener every month Ills wife wears them out getting City Press laration by the convention which would identify the prohibition amend ment over other amendments In the constitution Mtchl Go o Convention As the subcommittee adjourned members would not even venture a guess ns to the time that would Vo re quired to thresh out the farm relief problem It was Indicated very clearly that thn division in the committee wns w itlc and It wns regarded ns pos sible that this suhjort might to bo refprrofj to th e entire committee for a decision Them nlso wore intimations thai lie controversy over the farm relief plnnk might not be fettled until the subject had been taken to the floor of the eon ventlon Will Rogers KANSAS CITY June met this morning for no reason and adjourned for the same When Andys Mellon come In everybody stood up as tho a lady had entered the room Rather an effeminate move I thot Tho best thing at the convention was SchumannHelnks singing Oh what a grand old lady she did look and how she sang I wish she had sang FCHSS keynote speech It looks like they met this morn Ing jtiHt to take photogrnphH Kv cry had his photographer Tim keynote now is not to mop Ilnovcr but to I think wo will the boys nut oC the hotels by Thursday sn lets Rr on to Houston where they at least know how o fuss WIIA HOGERS Copyright I dent candidate at least before ho was definitely nominated and perhaps not even then Xo definite word appeared to have been received from Mr Dawos as to liis avAllnbillty but there were plenty of rumors to the effect either that he would accept It or would not it which wns as silence given Kd Clifford Illinois n close friend of Mr Dawes has been active here in his hclialr Is Here is a list of the candidates In the field either by their consent or hy activity of friends Senator Curtis ot Kansas Watson of Indiana Moses TURN TO PAGE 14 COLUMN 3 rMitbern a poSsfblB runningmats or an offset to the Al mlth Catholic appeal Johnsnn Heads MacNIcler Drive Roynl C Johnson ot South Dakota ongressman is heading up tho Mac campaign Among the MacNider trong points to which he has referred n linking up support for his candidate re his strong hold upon the service ions votes thruotit the country and lis effectivenoss as a campaigner It s assumed that MacNider would fly o his engagements and put into hia stumping some of tho elements of the poctacular which marked the Roose campaigning or old Colonel Mac snld Johnson in n statement vhlch was featured by the Kansas City newspapers this morning Is the eader of the service men of America Is has the admiration and lovo of lervico men ot America He has thn itlmlration and lovo of service men re gardless oC party He has not sought to be a candidate Spnrlal demand that he run cornea from ths agricultural A Plntt Andrews Massachusetts is also iclivo for MacNider and Is tjuotcd as fiaying that the lowan Is as popu lar In the New England states as he is tho In the field ngalnst MftcNIder are Moses of New Hampshire Curtis ot Kansas Tillson of Connecticut nnd most important Vice President Dawes hlmselC Tlll son hns been unahle to obtain a solid delegation from his own slate and Jurtis by his caustic criticism o Eloover has militated his nhanccs Closes lias made no appeal whatever to western delegations Dawcs of course Is formidable hut there is much riueation about his ac ceptance oC renomlnation for vice presidont whon be had his guns trained on place lown Decided on Nominee ITow tiie Iowa delegation will its hallnt for presidency ia a matter ynt lo be decided In all prntiahllKy Hoovers nomination on the bnl ot Is a foregono conclusion Some of lowans are known to be favorable rnx TO 2 Wea IOWA FORECAST Fair Wednrailny nlRht anil Thursday somewhat cooler In ex tremo cast portion Wednesday STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period enrlins at 8 a m Wed nesday Highest Tuesday 79 ilcRreoa Lowest En Night SI flKRrPPS At 8 A M fil degrees rrcripllalloii 13 inch Indications Wcdncsrtny worn tha thi rain period was over with the wind hack In tho west allho there wera traces of rain during the morn ing AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Emily is the kind o wo man that talks pitiful about havin a burden on her heart an winds up by wantin you to do some kinc o1 charity work because sh aint got i   

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