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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 20, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DA PAPER AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 1928 srra CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 219 13 PLANES AUGHT AT AIRPORT I II 1 i fr L talian Flyer Drops Provisions to Nobile and Companions RACING SHIPS M P j IN GOOD WILL Mason rarade nn ADDIVF OF SIX APPEARS WELL AVIATOR SAYS Located After Many Days of Fruit less Search KINGS BAY Spitzbergen June Gen TJmbeto Nobile and his five stranded companions from jhe North Pole dirigible Italia Itave been located off Northeast by Major Maddalena Italian aviator flyer who took off from Mason City Is Ready for Big Mardi Gras Parade POINTS OF ASSEMBLY Entries having been assigned the following numbers they will assem ble at P M on Wednesday In thsfollowing places Entry numbers 1 to 15 St N W Entry numbers 16 to 27 St N W Entry numbers 28 to 3S St N E Entry number St N W Entry numbers 40 to S3 St N W Entry numbers 53 to GG St N B Entry numbers 67 to 90 St N W Entry numbers 01 to 103 St N E Entry numbers 106 to 123 St N E Entry numbers 12C to end oC St N W LINE OF MARCH Line ot march will begin at Fourth street north on Federal avenus and continue south on Federal to Eighth street south thence east on Eighth street to Pennsylvania thence north on Pennsylvania to Sixth street north i thence west on Sixth street to Washington north thence south on Wash ington to Second street where the parade will be dismissed 0 P Gras and pavement dance on East State street between Federal and Delaware Music by Hollys Oldtima Players a 10plece orchestra These CutsWere Rushed From the Waterloo Engraving Company by Airplane to the GlobeGazette to Make This Edition Other Pictures on Page 4 Bay at 6 oclock this morning oil a reconnaissance off Northeast and dropped provisions from his by oairplane for the stranded group Hajcr Mafldalena returned to Kings lay at oclock this afternoon and ported that all apeared wellwith the nen whp havebeen held in the grim lp of the Polar sea ever since May when the Italia was dashed to the ound and the control cabin was torn Jose spilling Nobile and eight men the ice jHe said be had dropped everything fficessary for the relief oC tho men report stirred the utmost enthus jm and optimism aboard the base ip Citta Di which had stood 1 in Kings Bay dayi aJter day keep Nobile party by ITJeut Alfredo ItitlWn nivy tvigator Prof F Behbunek Czecho meteorologist Guiscpp Beg radio operator Natalie Cecclonl tor chief and Filippo Troiana en ineer Fear for Amundse jiKINGS BAY Spitzbergen June 20 Amundsen Lieut Lief f and Rene Guilbaud who Tromsoe Norway Monday nisht kn a French seaplane to join in the i Mobile rescue work wrere Ions over at Ivingrs Bay today There were f nany rumors concerning them but lacked confirmation One report was that the flyers hat on to the north of north iast land and were engaged in search 1ng for the survivors of the dirigible Iitalia there It was tbot probable however that the airmen might have gone to Ad fcvent hay Instead ot Kings Bay and es IHtahlished a base there This is to the south of Kings Bay and It was likely jthat they could reach there witboul fKings Bay being informed Plans are being completed for the big Mardi Gras parade to be held Wed nesday evening at S oclock It will be a repetition the Tuesday parade with a few new entries Some ol the floats will have special lighting fea tures to make them more attractive This parade will be the climax of the entire Seventyfifth Anniversary cele bration that has brot back to Mason City so many of the old timers in search of their favorite spots haunted in boyhod and girlhood I RiskoGodfrey Bout Called Off for Rain NEW YORK June cause of threatening weather the 10 round heavyweight fight between Johnny RIsko and George Godfrey was scheduled for tonight at field was postponed until night POSTPONEMENT ONLY IN CASE OF HEAVY RAIN If Hie rain is over as it is thot it will he the parade and Mardi Gras will be held as scheduled Wed nesday night In case however of ratu at the time if the parade the wliule evening celebration band Concert parade Gras theaattiescheduled Queen to Be Croniied Most Interesting to townspeopls of course will be the queens float for these weeks of contest have created a great interest in who is to be crowned with tho royar diadem the Mariii She will bo bedecked in all her splendor and attended by maids of honor As an added feature for the parade the Albert drum and bugle corps has manifested its interest and wishes to help in the anniversary pro gram and will have a place in the line ot march This ensemble Is in charge of R P Stan ton Twentyfour In Band This musical group has a personnel ot 24 and is sponsored by the Free monil JladKOn post veterans ot foreign wars It was organized in 1922 and has a membership of 36 The group has won first prizes in state conven tions and this year anticipates enter Ing the national Rusty Hinge who have the programs of the threeday celebra llori GANGLAND GUNS WORK MAY BE BARK AGAIN 3 MEN ARE DEAD Two Slain by SKbtgun Fire at Chicagos Death IOWA FORECAST Probably local thunderstorms Wed I nesday afternoon night cooler In II northwest portion Wednesday night I Thursday somewhat unsettled LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette meteorological records 24 hour period ending at S oclock m Wednesday Htsliest Wednesday 7R decrees Lowest in Night S7 decrees At 8 A SI 62 degrees Trace of rain Mason Citys anniversary parade I committee should have eternally a good word for the weather man who Fbanlshed the clouds Tuesday morning Iand made the sun to shine In every conditions weres Ideal for the fnarch except in Its earlier stages vhen rain seemed to be Inevitable nesriay dawned clear but the iveather forecast was written in terms local CHICAGO June land guns dustry thru weeks of truce spat death to three men yesterday John Bowless Oliver and Joseph Salamone were put on the spot near death Milton and West Oak street where gang retribution has been exactetl In the past A man stood in the window of an npartment and slowly tipped his hat It was a signal to two men who loitered on a porch across the street Oliver and Sala mono fell under a shower of lead from two repeating shotguns The double assassination was exe cuted In daylight The third slaying of the day took place on the South Side behlnfl the curtain otrilght James Reggl 33 staggered from an alley with revolver bullets In Ills arm and chest Tho conscious until death he refused to name his assailant The names ot Al Capone and the Aiello brothers were heard frequently as police sought motives and clews to tho OliverlSalamone slaylngs The dead men police said were leaders In the Capone gang Oliver being described as an Aiello man who had recently gnno over to the rival group The slaylngs were the first in sev eral weeks to bear the earmarks oC Sang feudlsm Several investigations Into Chicago crime one of which being conducted under state direction have been held responsible for the lying low of gangsters and feudists SUTTON NAMED ROTARY HEAD Tampico Mexico Man Third Vice Elected by Accla mation June I B Sutton of Tampico Mexico for mer third vice president was elected president oC Rotary lntcrnatlonil to day ns the organization rllscarrled tT usual machinery for balloting and named him by acclamation SELECTED NEW HEAD OFPARTY Committee Session to See Organization of Campaign Staff WASHINGTON June proposal that a sectional organ ization with headquarters at Chicago bo established for the coming presi dential campaign is being discussed by members ot the republican nationa committee arriving here for tomor rows conference with the partys nonv Inee Herbert Hoover It is suggested too that James W Good who was In charge of Hoovers preconvention activities be made western campaign chairman and Intrusted with the task of turning the votes of the farming districts to the commerce secretary Work May Be Chairman The committee members are gener ally of the belief that Mr Hoovers choice for the chairmanship of the na tional committee will bo Secretary Work of the interior department who has been one of his avowed and en thusiastic supporters since early in the preconvention campaign Mr Hoover Is expected to disclose his wishes with respect to filling the post at tomor rows conference Senator Curtis of Kansas the vice presidential nominee who arrived in Washington yesterday and conferred at length with Mr Hoover will re main in the capital for the meeting It is expected that the session will see the organization of the campaign staff and possibly some announcement ot the plans of the two candidates for receiving the formal notification of their nominations and for the early flays of the campaign Curtis Wants Rest Senator Curtis said yesterday that he wished to take a short rest before undertaking the rigors of the actual campaign Mr Hoovers program for today was much like that of yesterday and Monday Including numerous confer onces with party leaders who are straggling into Washington from the Kansas Citv convention Fourteenth Flyer Is Re ported Down 35 Miles South The deluge of rain earning shortly after noon Wednesday prevented the take off of all hut two of the Good Will flyers The rest tied their ships to the fence and awaited good flying weather The flyers have met Tog and rain every day of the tour thus far EXPRESSING their ex uberance at good flying conditions 13 of the 14 pilots in the Iowa Good Will tour landed their shipsat the Mason City airport Wednes day morning while a crowd of persons taxed the efforts of officials to keep them be hind a barrier The four teenth pilot George Powers flying a Waco was reported by his fellow pilots to be down in a hayfield 35 miles south of here Dan Hunter of Cedar Rapids had In cieased his lead over Carl Chrlatenson iolneV of view of the 3mile historical parade taken from the top of the Boyd sntokeshop building showing prominently in the foreground the elaborate throne upon which the Mardi Gras Queen and her two Maids of Honor wilt ride in the repetition of the parade Wednes day evening The crowd which lined the streets on both sides is evident clear down to the Hanford hotel in the distance Picture by Kirk Left City Health Departments prize winning float in the historical section of the parade Picture by B C Biggins v Right Ideal Sand and Gravel companys prize winning float in the commercial section of the parade Picture hy B C Higgins Discuss Roads and Social Workers ju nn Vacation OARNKR nine Stev ens the assistant nt the Rock Island depot Is spending his vacation In norlhorn Minnesota on a fishing trip tcj 10 days AIRPLANE BROT CUTSOFPARADE Ryan Brougham Owned by Henry Bolte Rushed Them From Waterloo The parade pictures on this pase and another group them on Pago 4 in this edition were made available thru the science of aviation generally speaking Henry Doltc les Moincs insurance man and aviation booster speaking In specific terms Snapped during the parade Tuesday forenoon by the Kirk studio and Ur B C Hissins the pictures were fin ished at double time speed by the Kirk studio and the Conio Kolo com pany Special delivery service had them at the Waterloo Engraving com panys plant early Wednesday morn where full speed ahead was the orcter lo the cutmakers Plane Was Waking When the cuts were finished they were rushed by laxl to the Waterloo airport miles cast of the cits wheru the Bolto plane a Ryan Brougham had been waiting for a half hour pro pellor In motion and ready to take to the air Thirtyeight minutes Inter the package of cuts was in tlie hands of a GlobeGazette representative and on the way to the office And linn an hour after they had departed from the Waterloo airport they were in the forms with the press at full cnrmcily j The pictures on tljln were used j TURN TO PAGE 8 7 Iowa Boys in Arctic Catch Trout Weighing 20 Pounds Trapper Proves Good Tutor Exploring Party Two North lowans in It Ready fpr Another Leg of Remarkable Journey EDITORS is lie second of a scries of Idlers nrilten specialty for IIio GloheGazcdc by Gordon C Armstrong of Hritt who with fnnr other University of Iowa students hns gono into the Arctic circle this summer to explore the Kazan river from source to month Crystal Lake Jolin Fuller of ICeoliuk iiud 1 of Iowa City arc the other threo with him rntrhinp trout that WCIRM 20 pounds as rapiilly as the hnnlt can be hailed Is a sport described hy Mr Armstrong in this letter Cordon is a son of the Mayor of BritU By GORDON C ARMSTRONG ON THE EDGE OF BEAVER LAKE 700 Miles North of Sunday woods are i still tonight except for a slight rustling others of the crew are sleeping Today was Sunday but the only indications up here were that we rested all day and had company The rest we1 anticipated after a hard threeday struggle up the rapids of the SturgeonWeir river but the company was unexpected COUNTY OFFICERS FA VOTING SCHOOL Meet in Eight Groups to Consider individual Problems Meeting In eislit different conven tions tho county officers of Iowa got I down AVedncLwIay 10 n consideration of their individual problems follow the opening formalities of tlie joint session Tuesday afternoon are held in liie classrooms of the Mnson City high school The one diversion in Ihe three days of work came Tuesday evening when the officers attended a banquet and a ball at the Hauford Tuesday evening Amonr the features lit ihis occasion WVHwv night by Insignificant 20 310 sec onds but his time ot 34 minutes and 33 seconds for tno 65 mile hop from Waterloo had boosted his margin Tiie flyers were received at the field by Mayor E S Selby Col Hanford MacNIder Garfield E Breese Kahili Lloyd Jones P F Hopkins and W Earl Hall W A Wcsttall arul John Stanbery served as the local official timers Next Three Were Close Tho Register and Tribune ship Gooci News piloted by C W Gatschel and carrying us passengers George Vales photographer and Harlan Mil ler staff correspondent was the first lo zoom out of the horizon The rerl plane landed having started from the Waterloo airport at 9 oclock Leonard Cnrnthers ot Cedar Rapids In his Waco still flijhtinf for third place with Wjlford Gerbracht of Ames lo arrive settling down at Tile hop from Wntcrlo had taken him 17 minutes and 45 seconds The next three alt dipped down over the finish line within two minutes of each other The second of the trio to land was Dan Hunter in his bright orange colored Stlnsim Dn ttoiler Tho monoplnne pur chased just two days before UIB start of thei tour Is tUe same type plane with which Eddie Ktinson recently broke the worlds endurance record KUnson piloted the plane the first riay of ho tour from lies to Iowa City Came In Flocks In tba same flock of ships that swooped down almost simultaneously was Karl flying a Standard li Gcrbracht of Ames with a Trav clalr and R B Dorlson with nn EagJa Iock Carl Christensons Wnco arrived at atlll pushing Pan Hunter for the lead J M Walton chairman of TlIlN TO PAfiE R COLUMN B Soon after we were up this morn Ingwe heard the dip of n paddle and looking out across the lake we saw a lone man in a canoe He turned out to bo a trapper who had a cabin on a point which jnolrudod far oat into the lake He was as Kind to see us as we wcjfi to sen him After chatting n while he offered to show us bow to fish Where Fish Are Fish Last he related I couldnt keep cm off tho In just a fftw minutes we hid caught a nice mess nf trout which av eraged more than 20 pounds apiece They wore whoppers and when thijy the canon was lowed rishl after them To tami them a bit wo rapped them over Ibe head with a soft club After broiling two palls full of fisli TlrtN TO PAGE 8 CO LOIN B was the performance of the drill team oC the M n A Closes Thursday Tho convention will come to a close Thursday with the election of ofti cers and other routine business Some of associations will choose their offices Wednesday afternoon One question or common import to all associations is that of proposed IcRislaMtm for thi establishment of a school iif instruction for county offi cers The view of the members of the associations is such n school would add Rrealy In the value of hose who fill various public posi llons in ihe county and worth thesmall expenditure that it would in cur The question of he proposer school 1TRN TO rAGE 8 COM MN I AUNT HET By Robert Quillen A woman with a bald headed husband has a safe an settled feelin but she dont never pet no iff   

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