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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1928, Mason City, Iowa CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY JULY 2V1 tTHEHOSPITA PRESS AND Traer Newspaper Gets Award for Best News MQNDAV TTTlV O tono IMN UA 3C JULY 2 1928 AND MASON hospital jbert Mayo 807 was admitted MASON P fortreatment to the Mere Saturday Ispj Jeann norlhv f iroi CAMPAIGN take manner lub Golf Tour Will Be Ducted From Coast io Coast July Al f Smith was in New York some informal conferences win thrash out tho details campaign for tha presidency law close frienls first meeting Of tha national awe committee Is not until July Jt is generally believed that governor will Molded exactly what he Will Rogers KINGSVILLE Texas July 1 Just leaving to fly to Kelly field the training ground of the worlds beat aviators Had a great two days visiting at Kings ranch the biggest ranch In America and the hospitality ta bigger ttaa lhe Texas Is getting all ready to vote They kinder wanted candidate but they would iather Jiave a wet than lose trfe poat offices since thesenominations have been made COolldge could catch a whale andMotUand oh the front paga From Out of the Past of Copyright nTeotlons cknacity frnor cdma here Albany the Only 15 Speeches ing he had appointments dquarters with acumen ha nor ns tntendel to not mali The rail8 ot the coun dollars oaacasi and alia by deciding atform talks line conc Jest icsts of 8 BALLOONS IN BENNETT RACE FORCED DOWN Six Others Still Aloft Drifting to South ward DETROIT July luitted states army balloonvlast V16 States tii win 92 8v Jarncs G These two photos ot Senator Innnh r ft fr rice presfnential nomlnel Gov AlS e recognized Fl8 MAIL FLYERS ARCTIC FLYERS DEMOCRATS AND G 0 P BACKING PARTYJiOICES County Meefangs Name Candidates for State Legislature MOINE3 July but few exceptions republican and aemocratlo county conventions in Iowa have indorsed the party presl aential and vice presidential nominees ana placed formal approval on the na tional party platforms A number of counties Saturday dls posed of nominations for county and legislative office where the recent prl mary failed to declare a nominee Among the most notable of these was tha nomination In republican conven tion of Senator W E McLeland of Marshall county for the aenate in a field of four candidates and of Repre sentative John B Truax of Buchanan county for the stats house of repre sentatives la a field of three candi dates Republican conventions in 13 coun ties of tha eleventh congressional lls trlct returned a preponderance of the delegates to the district convention favoring the nomination of state Sen ator Ed H Campbell of Ida county for congress Senator Campbell obtained 47 Instructed delegates from Osceola Clay Cherokee Ida and Sac counties and a portion of the OBrien county delegation Dr Julius Klein director of tho bureau of foreign and mestlo commerce suggested to succeed his chief Herbert Hoover when the republican nominee retires from the secroij taryahlp of commerce HOUOTlARM PLANK PLEASES GOV MULLEN Leader Says Democrats im CHARGE LAXin IN RESCUE OF STRANDED MEN Moscow Official Voices Criticism of Relief Operations LONDON July Pans dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph company reports that accord mgrto messages received from the body of Roald nundsen has been found in sea off Norway The re port lacks official confirmation and ashie nibli oice of brs qnd 75c 1 as set tc Amundsen discoverer of South Pole and noted Arctla explorer left Norway on Juno 18 with Lief Dfetrlchsen another noted Norwstfan explorer and French erew in a French seaplano to search for Umberto Nobile then utrandefl with five companions off Northeast JanA General Noblle has been rescued by Lieutenant Lundborg Swedish fly r nn now tn9 base ship Mllano off northern Spits bergen Amundsens decision to help n Jarch for Nobila was all ths more dramatlo as he and the Italian erpart had been at odds ever since famous dirigible flight In over the North Polw pilot of ti was Commander Ea the tnver and the rest Inline with cme possible ap li west coast city seen him and who of Ills political policies Jitlon to one or two lers think they know Ito the thousands of tele Titters which have come BPAGE 12 COLUMN i entries in the Gordon Bennett iri mternatlonal balloon race and the pilot balloon which took off from here Saturday afternoon had landed today according to reports to headquarters for be Hms SAMATIST NSJITNICE pwood Loses Life pight of Guards ench Beach le July Rrlcan playwright was in sight ot life savers I crowd on the beach jnlght at JuanLesPins J RIveria Jparently In good health T soon after dinner HK far from the shore help could reach had been resting tort tour of Buropa Ha ve for Paris in a few return to Naw Tork iwn plays were Fair The Gold Diggers written in collabora Roberts Rtnehart one of the biggest staged PHB fcie I 1 San I fecit lidgei icture of nith jortrait of the denio for president of the laa been prepared by on information bu inch halftone en peclal coated stock framing or 1 surpass any ordi i print or news clip opy ia ready now for handling and on here The remaining six contenders the Gordon Bennett trophy are uc lloved to be still In the air following a southward course The balloons reported down are The Detroit piloted by W C with Russell Wherritt nide landed In a densely wooded mountain near Cass W late Sunday Covered 335 Miles The Detroit had been leaking before the takeoff The distance covered was approximately 335 miles The Branderburg German entry with Capt Otto Bertram as pilot came down near Davis W at P m Sunday The Brandenburg cov ered approximately 300 miles Lieut Ernest L Maag In the Swiss entry came down nt Fairmont W Sunday afternoon after covering ipproximately 270 miles The Wallonie Belgian entry was re ported down at Cheat Mountain south of Beverly w by Don Varner passerby The pilot Lieut Joseph Ihonnard and his passenger En gnnicur Boel had covered approxi matelyBin milea Tilot Ballon Lands The pilot balloon which took oft from Detroit in advance of the contest ants with H J Hill winner of the 1027 race in command landed at Dur bln W shortly before noon Sun day The rip panel failed to open and tha balloon cams down in tha woods Argentinas entry piloted by Eduar do Bradley was reported down at Mill boro at 10 p m Sunday night The distance covered was approxl aly 370 miles American Business club entry Hoi Mug films nils lilicd askin Director ty ilobeGazcilo pureau C 10 cents In for which please ipecinl portrait of nominee for pres y of Akron came down at Stuarts Draft p m Sunday having covered approximately 330 miles IOWA SHOOTING REPORTS VARY Coroner Believes Alburnett j Farm Woman Was Killed by Accident ALBURNETT July tho convinced that the fatal shoot ing of Mrs Mnry Stepanek bv her husbnnd William F Stcpanek 59 0 cal farmer on Saturday night was ac cidental Coroner R A Vornhnl sum moned a jury today to hold an inquest here Allho versions received night did not agree Coroner was satisfied that Mr Stepanek told the truth in saying that a 22 caliber rifle wns accidentally discharged as he stepped on the porch of his house at mulriiglit after Investigating a noise In his barn Stopanek snirl Iliat be did not know let struck her head to St Louis ELSINORE July Still grasping the shattered stick ot hlg airplane and with a packet democratic convention pictures at his side Leslie Smith airmail pilot of St Louis was found dead with his wrecked plane on a wooded hillside near here yesterday The plane was shattered to bits the fusilnge and wings clinging to a tree the motor and undercarriage having landed 60 feet beyond Found by Farmers Smith was found by three farmers who hnd beaten their way thru the underbrush ns members of searching parties who had sought the flyer since Thursday in tha densely wooded ozarks ot southeastern Missouri A violent storm which wracked the vi cinity Thursday night apparently caused the wreck of tha plane and the death of the pilot A parachute strapped to Smith was untouched giving rise to the belief that he hart probably lost control of This ship at a low altitude theory was further borne out by a path thru the tops of oak trees which bad been clipped off by tho plane as It swooped to the ground Fellow pilots from the G Nommeb wilf Leave Capital July 10 for Cali fornia Home WASHINGTON July retary Hoover began today what is ex pected to be hla last full week as head of tha commerce department Under present plans he will leave the cap ital about July 10 for his horns in Cal ifornia stopping on the way to pre sent his resignation to President Coolldgo at the summer white house In Wisconsin The republican national committee Is making all arrangements for the journey which Is to be made on a special train so large is that party which will accompany the presidential nominee The exact Itinerary has yet to bo definitely mapped out A committee of Califonia men headed by Governor Young Is to meet Mr Hoover at Reno Nevada or some other point depending upon the roMte chosen and escort him to San Fran cisco It Is planned that Mr Hoover will respond to their greetingat Oak ancl possibly making the first pub lic address since bis nomination Hoover Robertson ler jrrPat Iowa NEW YORK July George Wllkins and Lieut Ben Kiel son whoflew from Alaska to Spits bergen landed here today to receive one of New Yorks welcomes They were met at quarantine by the mayors reception committee ami were escorted to city hall over the route al ready traversed by such heroes as Lindbergh Chnmberlln and Byrd Captain Wllkins and Lieutenant Elelson last April 15 flew from Point Barrow Alaska to Dead Mans land across the top of the world Among the first to greet ex plorers today was Ola Elelson of Hat ton N father of the lieutenant The two flyers after leaving New York will maka an aerial tour visiting among other places Omnha and Des Molnes The tour will end at Los Angeles about Sept 1 A atop will he made at Hatton N for a home town celebration for Lieut Elelson about Aug 4 gation Klay of Orange City obtained the pledged support of Sioux county augmented by pledges from OBrien county Prit chards strength is placed at 10 votes and Klays at 17 No Instructions were given by tho conventions to their district delegates TURN TO PAGE 12 COLUMN 2 Aircraft corporation ami an army blimp from Scott field Belleville had searched vainly over the spot where the plane was found but were unable to see the wreckage because of low visibility Twenty planes were engaged In the search Gooi RadWeather Flyer The pilot had carried theairmail for eight months and was reputed to be one ot the best bad weather flyers on the St LouisChicago houte He was 25 years oltl and had hours of flying to his credit Originally it hnd boon Intended that Tullus Johannpeter another Robert son pilot was to bring tho pictures from Little Rock to St Louis but Smith decided after coming in from Houston to carry his cargo con signed to the St Louis GlobeDemo crat and a news picture service the remainder of the way to St Louis Ships Alcohol Cargo Washed Up on Beach HALF MOOX RAY July 2 of 10 gallon kegs of grnln alcohol washed on the beach hero yes terday iftcr residents heard what they believed gunfire in a heavy oft coast fog Hearers thot a coast guard cutter was firing on a rum ship but officials re ported no such encounter Residents Kefiashed by a quiet weekend Mr turned today to his accepting nomination which Is to be delivered when heIs of ficially apprised of his selection by the convention The notification Is planned for early In August at Mr Hoovers homo in Palo Alto then assumed a rum carrier had lieen sunk hy hijackers or had run on a reef and Imcl hcen signaling for help Unntficlal estimates Half Moon persons picket up 100 kegs of alcohol pfoie prohibition officers arrived anil patrollng the beach f F Uve in ie GHICAGOANS ARE SOUGHTIN N Y Friend of ScarfaceAT Shot While Riding in Own Auto NEW YORK July Chicago ongsters weresought today for tho killing of Frank Yale friend of A Capone and tha man ilruned by Chicago police for tha kill ing of Big Jim Colosimo In 1020 and Dion OBanton In 1921 Whether tho shooting of Yale on a Brooklyn street yesterday had anything to do with tlio slaying of Big Tim Murphyln Chicago last week was not apparent Senator Best Castor DBS MOINES July five events State Senator B E naugh ot Fort Dodge took high hon ors In us Interclub casting contest at the Des Molnes gun club pool here yesterday He placed second In another event Yale gangster with his hoots os and diamonds on He was In his auto mobile alone In his pockets were a gun and in bills and checks On his fingers were his diamonds envy IOWA FORECAST Local hiimlorstorms Monday afternoon and night and mostly fair Tuesday Cooler Monday nishe anil In east and south por tions Tuesday LOCAL STATISTICS Weather figures ror 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Monday Highest Sunday 83 degrees Lowest in night 72 degrees At 8 a m Monday 75 rteRrecs Figures for 2 bour period ending at 8 n m Sunday Highest SaturdRy 78 Lowest in nlcht 55 degrees At 8 n m Sunday 62 ilecrees It Is evident that July lias brot a heat wave that will satisfy tho most ardent wishes of the farmer for corn weather Kruly Indications that tha temperature Monday would set a record for the summer of thosa who knew him His shiny big sedan was cruising stately down the center of a by street in the Boroush pnrk section when a black sedan hearing nn Illinois license plate orept up behind Just beforo the following cnr drew abreast of Yale a fusllladu of death shattered the Sun GANWELL FIRST FROM ST LOUIS 25 Planes Race Across Mis souri to Beat Woods Lead SPRINGFIELD July 2 Canwell In Loch heed monoplane was the first of the 25 national nir tourists to ar vlve here today Landing at 11 n his flying timo from St Ixitils an hour anil 41 iniimlcs ST LOUIS July five planes In the national air tour which at Detroit Saturday morning took off at LambertSt Louis field shortly after 9 a m todny bound for Springfield on the son ond leg ot the mile flight thru fifteen slates Competing for In cash prizes and tha Ertnel Ford trophy tho flyers left at one minute Intervals In the race across Missouri in attempts to overcoma the lead held by John P Wood ot Nausau In a Waco bi plane Frank M Hawks flying a Ford trlmotored transport was second and P D Sowers In a StlnsonDetroltcr third Mrs Phoebe Falrgrave Omlla In a monocoiipe was the rlsst to take off She was the last to arrive Theplanes wcra sent off In reverse ot tlio order In which they Inntled Former Governor of s Iowa Nate Kendall Is Married in N Y DER MOINES July Con firmation has reached hero on the marriage of Nn than E Kendall for mer governor oC Iowa and Mrs Wil liam F Bonnell of Cleveland recently at Point N Y The cou ple went to Mr Kendalls summer home in Maine and expects to come to DCS Moinrs in two months They met during a recent African tour Clarion Man Is Fined on Bad Check Charge CLARION July Mack Fair hanks Clarion wns fined J25 and costs by Justice TrlRpi on a no fund oheuk charge complaint being mnrle hy a Webster City business firm The fine was remitted hy Justice Triggs upon payments of tha check publican leader of tha Lowden agricultural group at the republican national con ventjon replying to a request from tho newspaper for his opinion of the plank In tho democratic platform adopted at lhe Houston con vention Governor McMulIens reply follows Answering your wire the agricul tural plank In tho democratic national platform satisfactory to the farm organizations because It embodies specifically tho provisions ot lhe Mc NnryHausen hill nltho it docs not use the term equalization fee Ilovldes for Farm Hoard It provides for a federal farm board as did the AIcNaryHaugcn bill second In ths following Inngunge Ap propriate government aid to coopera tive associations n the form of credit loans on a purity with the terms of loans authorized recently by tho gov ernment to aid Third in tba following language Wo pledge Urn party to an honest cn leaor to solve this problem of the distribution of the cost of denling with crop surpluses over tlio marketed units of the crops whose producers nrc benefited by Kuch it pro vides for tho eqiialteitirm provi sion of tha McNaryHaugcn bill The equalization fen provision of that bill simply planned a method whereby the farmer cnulil distribute any surpluses of crops produced at his own expense without governmental subsidy or bonus Thnt Is the hcnrt of tho legislation the farmers demand On Iluslncss Basis It places tho farming industry on a respectable business basin This plank should hava been Incorporated in the republican national platform as It would ba In keeping with the fun damental doclrlns ot protection upon which the republican party Is found ed FOI airplane July two rescue expeditions mtss Ing criticism of Gen Umberto No biles fatal Polar flight and the con duct of relief operations was being voiced today Two weeks ago Roald Amundsen and five other men started out In a French seaplane to Join in the rescue work and disappeared On Friday ths Russian airman hopped off from tho soviet Icebreaker Muligin In tho Polar seas only to be swallowed up by tha Arctic A Moscow dispatch to tha Dally Ex press today quoted Scrgi Knmeneff Inspector general of the red army as charging that Nobllea base ship the Cltta Dl Milnno had failed to co operate In the rescuo work He eald tha base had neglected to Inform the Mallgin that ths position of the five castaways of the and tha Swedish airman Lieutenant Lund borg hnd been changed by the drift of the Ice in time to warn Bahushkln before ha started on tliem his flight to Lack of CoOrdlnalion who Is the leaden ot tha soviet relief committee made i statement tn the Moscow newspaper Izvestla In which ho condemned th shameful lack of coordination of thi various expeditions Ha that Amundsen ought put In charge ot a organization Ho believed that rescui could ba accomplished only by coop eration between soviet Ice breakers and Swedish airplanes The Berlin newspaper Montag Mor gan today printed a dispatch from Its Copenhagen correspondent In large number arriving at to ha contended VB been rallef Tho democratic pnrty does not be lieve in the protective tariff and yet tho a grid It urn I plunk of Its platform extends the protective system to agri no doubt on the theory that the protective system Is a permanent economic Institution ADAM A 1 which ho said that a of Arctic explorers Tromsoe from the meeting of explor ers at LflntnRrarJ were reported havo denounced the Nobtlo expedition Three lowans Injured in Nebraska Auto Wreck LINCOLN July Mrs Leonard rilchor of Dcnison suffered a forearm Norrls Pilchcr 7 year old brother of Mr Filcher had a sevcro fracture of the right and Mr Illchcr wns cut am iiruiscd Sunday night when a car ho driver ot which is unknown cot Irtetl ILldinrs car ami over turned It near Wavorly Farm Club liolils Picnlr CLARION July annual plc nio of tlio Prairie 13oll Rural Life club wis held Friday at Kldiklgo Park on Lake Cornelia A dinner was spread to nearly in members ot Ilin olub The lay was spent in enjoying he amuse ments of the park and in playing ball AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen It makes me mad as fire evertime Amy comes to borrow my cliina for a party an I aint got backbone enough to say I B li g PI k
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