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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                Ato ft r n o WAS AND CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 12 1928 FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRES3 LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 238 USSIAN SHIP RESCUES 2 ITALIA SURVIVORS iWANSON WINS IOMINATION ON 46THALLOT of Two Puts Council Bluffs Man in Lead TLANTIC July a If1deadlock that was not broken un jl the two hundred fortysixth ballot Carles E Swanson Council Bluffs vwyer was nominated Cor congress om tho ninth district by the repub an convention here yesterday iSwanson victorious after two days monotonous roll calls was chosen tier two of the leading idge W C Ratcliff of Red Oak and TJton B Pitt of Harrison lie final ballot gave Swanson 75 of 124 votes with 35 goinfe to his inur opponent Earl W Vincent of Center and 14 to W C Bry at Griswold a darkhorse who vered therace after most of the 1ipts had beentaken e nomination was madft unanl is immediately Vincent was elected to the un red term of former Representative am R Green of Council Bluffs 7ned in a special election during iune primary will oppose William J a of Missouri Valley democratic nee for the full term iVERNORS TO WiDJnyite Parly saders to Confer While on Way West KVASHINGTON July irneylngr across tho continent next ek to hla California home Secre Hoover will receive enroute aev party leaders and state officials in some Instances will rldo with for short distances to extend hospitality to the isidential nominee of the republican ity invitations have come fiom Ieral governors to have Mr Hoov Kjba their guest In turn the Ie has invited some to rida with him his train proceeds westward IB understood the governor of Wisconsin and the governor of Minne will visit Mr Hoover on his train it la also expected that party j3ers at various points may be vls jd by the secretary fie has frowned however on pro salfl for celebrations or receptions the route other than the one to held at San Francisco upon his ar ia there at noon July 20 Stops ot or four hours will be made In llcago nnd Omaha he Itinerary for the trip shows Mr over will spend both Monday and csday with President Coollrfge leav the Summer White House on the ule river Tuesday night GlobeGazette Offers Recipes or Desserts Can you make banana canoes Turkish delight fifteendollar pie tulip dessert Possibly you dont even know what they are These are desserts made by com bining oranges and lemons with other ingredients to make delight ful summer dishes Science has recently demon strated that raw foods must form part of the diet In order that the body may not undernourished The use of fresh fruits Is a pleas ing and palatable way of insuring a balanced food supply for the body There sirs hundreds of attractive ways In which they may be used Any of our readers may have a booklet giving over 200 recipes for serving oranges and lemons at tractively by themselves and In combination with other foods All that is necessary la to clip the coupon below mail it and enclose 4 cents fn coin or stamps Frederic J Raskin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I enclose herewith 4 cents In coin or stamps for a copy nf file ORANGE AND LEMON HOOK LET Street City State FarmerLaborites Nominate Norris for President Col Stewart and Edward Spafford Stop at Airport IN STANOLIND PARTY EDWARD E SPAFFORD National Commander of American Legion KOHEIIX W STEWAKT Chairman of Hoard nf Directors of Standard Oil Company Cooler Weather for Iowa Promised Sunday TJES MOIXES July Heres welcome news Charles D Rccd government meteorologist today promised that cooler Is some cool reach the state by Sun day Little rnln fell in tha state last nijrht he reported Clarinda 01 inch and Dfst AToines with 36 lial the heaviest fall IOWA FORECAST Mostly fair Thursday nifiht and Friday but Rome cloudiness Slightly warmer Friday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a Thursday Highest Wednesday 82 Degrees Lowest in Night 51 Degrees At 8 A M 70 Degrees Rainfall 005 of an inch With the arrival late Wednesday of a bit of rain July has the distinction of having provided precipitation on just an even half of Its first dozen days The wind was from the north west early Thursday morninpr and the mercury at 8 oclock was lower than It had been at the correspondinghour Ihe previous day or two Stanolind Passengers Pay Brief Visit Bound for S D Legion Meet fARHYING as passengers Col Hob ert W Stewart chairman of the board ot directors of the Standard Oil company Edward 13 Spafford na tional commander of the American Le gion L Stevens general attorney and member of the board of directors of the Standard Oil company and Alan Jackson vicepresident and sales manager ot the company the Stano lind giant trlmotored Ford airplane of tha Standard Oil company paid Its third visit to the Mason City airport early Thursday morning The party bound for the state Le gion convention at Aberdeen S had left Chicago Thursday morning at 5 oclock Chicago daylight saving time and arrived here at Central Standard time Fiftyfive minules later the big allmetal silver plane slipped Into the air again E P Galbrcath of Chicago assist ant general manager of the northern division of the Standard Oil company joined the party here The Stanolind was expected to arrive nt Aberdeen about 11 oclock Thursday morning Tho plane will take off for Grand Forks N where tha North Da gota Legion convention Is In session late Thursday afternon nnd make an overnight stop there Friday morning the party will return to Aberdeen to attend the state Legion convention The schedule calls for a stop at Pierre on Saturday and a stop at Huron Sunday On Monday the plane will hop oft from Huron for Mason City at S oclock In ths morning The parti Is expected to arrive here for lunch at and will take oft again at 1 The three JiTotored Fokker army air plane carrying Trubee Davison as sistant secretary ot war in charge of aviation Franklin Doiler former na tional commander of the American Le gion and Hanford MacNider left the airport Wednesday afternoon for Grand Forks N where the three men took part In the opening at the North Dakota department con vention of the Legion Thursday mor ning Ths delegation expected to fly to Aberdeen s Thursday after noon to attend the Soutli Dakota Le gion convention and to return to Ma son Cily probably Friday Mr Mac Xidor will be one ot the speakers at the district Legion convention at Clear Lake Monday RUFFIN LIKELY TO HEAD LIONS Chief Interest Is Centered Around Choice of 3rd Vice President DES MOINES July Delegates attending the annual con vention of Lions International here paused today to consider selection of next years officers and the 1323 meet ing place Election Interest centered chiefly around the third vice presidency for precedent in the organizations will be for Ben A Rutfin ot Itichmond now vice president to succeed Inter national President Irving L Camp of Johnstown Pa The second vice presi dent Hay Rilcy ot Sacramento also Is scheduled for promotion AVith nominations to be made today anrt the formality of election to be held as the convention closes tomorrow Julian Hyer of Fort Worth N N Rosenquist of Eastland and C H Hatton of Wichita were mentioned most prominently far the Important third vice presidency Louisville was regarded as having the inside track on Toronto for the 1929 convention site Dis trict governors yesterday adopted a budget of approximately Three Canadian Trainmen Killed in Boiler Blast MONTREAL July engineer fireman and conductor of a Canadian Pacific freight train were killed today near Glacier B when the boiler of the engine exploded iiie Io a waler shortage headquarters of ho railroad announced Cosies Plans New Kliglit PA1SIS July Li Mitin said toriay that Dioudonne Coslcn who recently completed a flight to Sonlli America and thru Iho Unllod States Intends to attempt n Paris to Xew j Vork flighl heiwecn July 22 and 25 tho weather la RACES ROUND W ami in rOES IN TEXAS MOVE TO BEAT NOMINEE Alliance of Dry Demo crats Against New Yorker Seen JOHN HENRY SHEARS Two men John J Mears nbove and Capt C B D CoIIyer Wed nesday boarded a liner at Toiiyo to cross the Pacific on IHo longest overwatcr jump in their trip around tlio world in an effort to lower the present recoril for tho journey The two make all hops by air except those over long stretches of water The trip is to end at New York Thieves Get in Two Jobs Here Force High School Vault Safe and Cash Boxes at Sanitary Dairy Thieves who by their methods of procedure proclaimed themselves pro fessionals entered two local places Wednesday night the high school and the Sanitary Dairy Monroe avenue The two places netted a total loot of 5150 In cash and In checks The combinations off a safe In the offices ot James Rae principal ot the high school and a vault in the office of R L James secretary of the board of education wero pulled out Hke pegs from fresh cheeses The principals vault netted tho safecrackers while the secretarys safe proved more lucrative with a bag of 504 In cur rency Approximately in checks and a handful of pennies were left untouched The thieves who entered tho Sani tary dairy took two cash boxes con taining S3 in cash and JUSfi In un indorscd checks Nothing else was disturbed Done by Experts Both jobs pointed to men familiar with the burglarizing business En trance to tho high school was believed to have been gained thru a basement door left open An attempt was then made to jimmle Superintendent Vascys office door They then pro ceeded to force open the transom to the outer office of James Rue and proceeded tlieiice to his vault Com binations to both Ihe vault nnd the safe were pullcil out by means of bars nnd a small sleclgo and the combina tions taken along with the loot The loss was discovered by n James when he arrived at his office about 8 oclock Thursday morning Acting Chief ot Police Ray Oulman was summoned nnd immediately took fingerprints Marks left by the robber van rials indicated that at least one of lliom had worn gloves Entrance Io Hie Sanitary Da fry was made thru a rear door which was left TURN TO PAGE S COLUMN 8 Will Rogers SANTA MONICA July 11 man that was nominated to something or oilier during the late parly uprisings Is having trou ble trying to pick out a place to be notified In that he was nomi nated In case they have trouble loca ting any of these candidates I vould suggest they look in front of some broadcasting outfit They will be there from now to November Say Miyor JInimic Walker save InlK of tlio film people an awful roasling out lioro for being republi cans and 1 nm like limmte I think any of us tlint are in the nmusoment line should naturally be democrats Tours for reciprocity among comedians WILL ROGERS 1828 I July movement to effect an alliance etween Texas democrats opposed to ov Alfred E Smith and the state republican organization was under vay today with leaders of both fac ions promising to cooperate While plans for this alliance were being perfected a test case was itarted to determine whether names it candidates for stnta offices who mve announced they will not support lovernor Smith could lie barred from the ballots in the primary election July 28 Smith supporters yesterday won the Initial skirmish in the fight to bnr party bolters from the primary ballots when District Judge A M Kent denied an application for a writ of mandamus to compel the Cameron county democratic committee to rec ognize Thomas B Love ns ft candi date for lieutenant governor The committee declined to place his name on the ballots after he announced he would not vote for the New York governor Love Is R leader ot the con stitutional or bone dry democrats who sought to prevent the nomination ot Governor Smith Judge Volney W Taylor chairman ot the Cameron county committee chairmen oC several county com mittees had Informed him they would await the outcome ot the Love ap peal before makingup the primary ballots In advocating the democratrepub lican alliance former Gov O B Col quilt a constltnllonal democratic leader proposed to substitute anti Smith presidential electors for the re publican electoral ticket He said such a slate probably would be drafted at a meeting of constitutional democrats here next Tuesday R B Creager republican national commiueeman from Texas said that while a full slato of republican can didates for stale offices would be pill In the field the main energies of the state party would bo directed toward electing Herlwrt Hoover and that the fullest cooperation would IH giv en to the antiSmith democrats Garrett Is Chosen Temporary Head of Judicial Convention DES MONKS July W Garrett cleric of the state supreme court has been selected by Willis L Stern republican state chairman ns temporary chairman the slate judi cial convention to be held at Cedar Rapids July 25 The convention will nominate repub lican candidates for the supreme court Justices Evans and Klndig are Unop posed for renomlnation for full terms and Justice Wagner Is a candidate for a short term nomination SEVEN AWAITING DEATHTCHAIR Little Expectation of Re prieves for Group of Murderers EDDYVILLE July Seven men in death cells at the state penitentiary here entered today upon what they expect to be their last 24 hours of life All have been sentenced to die for murder Barring reprieves a remote consideration Ihcy will be electrocut ed between midnight and 1 oclock to morrow Three Negroes will die last The four white men three of thorn little more than boys will eo Io the chair first Right Mliiud3 Apicctt If court instructions are followed exactly there will bo hardly a break in the procession thru Hie death cham ber during tho hour set for the exe cutions About eight minutes will bn Iho lime allolled fnr oach tho con demned to enter Ihe room tnke his plnce in Ibe chair and bo removerl Two of the men Charius Paul Mltra 23 St Louis and Orlando Red Seymour 21 Louisville blamed evil companions today Each was 10 PAGE 5 COLlMN 7 DRY KEYNOTER DR n LEIGH COLVIN The keynoter at tho conven tion or the prohibition parly now meeting lin Chicago is Dr D Jcigh Colvin Delaware slioivn above Dr Colvins party is ex pected fo refrain from nominating a presidential candidate to permit Ua members to support Hoover Army Aviator Dies in Fall Near Fayette Selfridge FieldPilots Para chute Refuses to Function Lieuf Keilh Roscoc Sclfridge field flyer vio was killed at Fay etto when his parachute failed io open will be remembered ns one nf the famous jinny sqnmiron that took part in he dedication of Mason city airport last August Lieutenant Roscne was it individual who will no rcniGinlierci by his soulhern drawl He was llio dedication of the Dcf airport a month nso PAYETTK July Keith noscoc 30 SeKrklgo Held pilot was killed near here last night when ils parachute failed to open after h iad Jumped from his plane while it was 100 feet in the air Roscoca plane was accompanied by wo others from Selfridjie Hold tin Ho being enroute from the Michigan jase to Aberdeen s to partlci pate in an airport dedication His fellow pilots who saw the fall ng airman were at a iosg to assign n cause for Iho fall rioscoe ihcy was not strapped in Tlio plane crashed SOU feet from Ilia spot whe tho body of the flyer was found TITO Killed In Crush POSTViLLE juiy A bolt of lightning toriay was be lieved to have caused the plunge of an airplane in which Morris M Tillor Ington Inventor of the earth Inductor compasa and MIB Bernico Gamble Andrews movie actress met death Tliis theory ivns advanced by Charles Gilbert on whoso farm ihc plane crashed yesterday from a height of feet He was tho only witness to Ibe accident Tittcrlnston 15 years old was nn experienced aviator and vice president of the company of Brooklyn N Y Ills earth inductor compass wan by Col Charles A In flight to Paris since then by other long distance fiy Nebraskan Is Unwilling to Accept Race Prohibitionists Expected to Adjourn Without Nomination BULLETIN WASHINGTON July was innile at tho office of Senator Novris of Ne braska this morning that ho would henii no thfril party move ment The statement was maile In connection with his nomination for tho presidency at Chicago last iiiRht by ho farmerlabor parly In the absence of Senator Nor ris his secretary stated that Hie senator hurt been approached by convention lenders in Chicago within the last few ilnys regard inc whether ho would licud a third ticket Tho secretary asserted that thn senalor definitely stated at the time time he would not ac cept such a nomination CHICAGO July States Senator George W Norris of Nebraska toclny had become an un willing candidate for Hie presidency of the United States on the farmerlabor ticlcet Despite his reported refusal to heat any third party slate the Nebraska senator was nominated at last nights session of the convention Hewas chosen on the third ballot receiving 16 ballots to 14 for Norman Thomas the socialist nominee for president For vice president the farmerlabor Itcs named Will Vcrcen of Moultrlc a cotton mill owner While the farmerlabor party was going ahead with the selection standard bearers flie prohibition party also in session here centered discus sion on platform problems With adoption of the platform today nomi nations for president and vice presi dent will follow Chance for Merger Ovor Possibility of a merger of the pro hibition party and the farmerlabor group ended last night when both vetoed the proposal Nomination of Vereen created a con troversy In the farmerlabor camp when it was charged ttmt lie lind oper ated a nonunion plant and had never boon a farmer or laboring man Tlie platform of the farmerlnbor Itcs adopted before nomination were nacle did not make n specific declara tion on the prohibition question but TURN TO PACK 5 COLUMN 3 MALMGREN HAD BEEN DEAD 30 DAYS IN ARCTIC Stranded Explorers Found Starved and Half Frozen BOAED RUSSIAN ICE BREAKER KRASSIN IN ARCTIC July Capts Alberto Mariano and Filippo Zappi pilot and navigator of the North Pole dirigible Italia without food for 13 days and seemingly doomed to an agonizing death were rescued today by tha powerful icebreaker Krassin The almost unbelievable ef their rescue was darkened by that Dr Finn Malmgren noted Ish meteorologist and leader ths little group that set out 43 days ago to bring help to the stranded crew of the Italia had filed 30 daya before Starving and exhausted but still standing guard ovor tne body of their comrade tho two Italians were taken aboard the Krassin at 7 oclock this morning A few minutes later sturdy vessel turned Its bow eastward to continue its reRcue afforts In bs halt of the other Italians men who still marooned Boliy for Month The full Htory of Dr il FRENCH ACTRESS TAKESJJWN1IFE Jenny Colder Favorite of European Music Halls Shoots Self PA US July folder one nf the most popular stars in Kuropenii music halls shot herself tlirn llio heart last night and died Instantly Miss Golder was H2 years old nnd of Australian nationality Paris liar been the scene of her greatest artistic suc cesses in recent years The motive for Miss Goldcrs sui cide not established She entered the hotisn in which she had tier npurl ineiit 7 oclock and appeared to bn in a happy mood She smiled and dialled with Iho concierge before she went to her apartment A halt an hour later she committed suicide She was understood Io he subject Io neurasthenic crises death and their own bitter suffering was lold loday aboard the Krassin by the two men who had been mira culously saved For 33 daya they had not eaten for 30 days they had clunff to tho body of Dr Malmgren In the vague hope ot taking it back to civil Thay had aTt but resigned them selves to death last Tuesday when the Russian plane attached to the Krassin and commanded by TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 3 NAVY SEAPLANE BREAKS RECORDS Six New Marks Established for Special Type of Aircraft July lx worlds records wore broken today K an endurance flight by the navy lytng boat type ATMS carry HB a load of kilograms at ths Phitadelphla navy yard Tlio plane which took the air yea afternoon landed at a establishing an endurance record for ier type and load of IB hours 19 min lies Til 25 seconds The former record was 11 hours 1 minutes 18 seconds The second record broken was that or rnnsn for her type and load cov ering kilometers or about miles Tho former record was kilotnclors or miles Tlio third fourth and fifth embraced sliced for distance up to kilomeaers the plane averaging apoed ot S3 miles an hour breaking the record for carryingloartn ot SOO kilograms kilograms and kilograms Tils sixth record broken was that frvr a load nf kilo grama the traveling kilo against the former record for kilograms of kilometers or miles Tlio tho soconl srsiplnnc o brrnk worlds at I he navy yard here Tho oilier was I lie PX12 A 73S4 which was recently rooked at the Virginia rapes Insanity Theory Held in Shooting at Marble Rock By MERRILL OAFFNEV MARBLE ROCK July shroud of mystery which will Prob ably never be penetrated still cloaks the violent deaths of William Schmidt and Leiand Van Sickle 24 who wero found Tuesday night on the August Thieman farm dead from gunshot wounds William Schmidt who jointly operates the farm with his brother Ted Schmidt was found dead on tho floor in Iho doorway between the kitchen md llio clinhi room of the farm home aoutInvest of IK re Van Sirklo ihn hirrrl man wnsi found dead a few feet In front of Ihe doorway of the machine Khod 15n feet distant fiom Iho house Following an investigation P A 1 Saddler Floyd county sheriff Jens GiOthe couaiy and Ray Scott special agent of the state de partment of Justice advanced the the ory that Van Sickle to his death by a gunshot wound caused by tho discharge of a shotgun In the bands of William nnd that Iho death of William Schmidt suicidal the wound which cruised his death having boon selfinflicted by the discharge of the nhovo referred to SiiRKCsts Insanily Theory Special Agent Hay Scott sin tort that Jio lieliovctj lhat Schmidt had sliol Van Sickle and himself in a moment of insanity Xo oilier motive could ho atlrlhmcd by thn authorities for Ihn art slum the two men had I ecn known to quarrel It Is Claimed The two Schmidt brothers have farmed the Thieman place for the TUKV XO COLUMN 1 AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I wouldnt trust my luis hancl with a woman that dont care how much she shows when theres nobody present but S   

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