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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 26, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                f gj ii m i VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND IXTMtlXATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE FINAL EDITION MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 26 cams PER ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT 250 ROCKFORD PLANE WRECKED IN CORNFIELD HOOVERSEEKING ADVISERSVIEWS ON PROHIBITION Farm Aid Pronouncement in Acceptance Talk Completed STANFORD UNIVERSITY July his atten tion to the second of thQ two oxilstand ing Issues thus far developed in the presidential of prohi Hoover is obtaining the views of William J Donovan as sistant United States attorney general find others on Borne phases ot this sub ject There naturally has boeji consider able speculation ns to just what the republican presidential candidate is go ing to say on the question which Al fred E Smith the democratic nominee thrust BO prominently into the cam paign immediately after his nomina tion at Houston but some of Mr Hoovers advisors say he has not yet made up his own mind as to that As an index to what may be expect ed however they point to the nomi nees owri declaration in his reply to the questionnaire submitted to him by Senator Eorah of Idaho during the preconvention campaign and the pro nouncement in the republican platform adopted at Kansas City by almost an unanimous vote In the one Hoover described prohi bition as a noble experiment nnd in the other the party as n whole pledged Itself and the candidate to an honest effort at enforcement of both the eighteenth amendment nnd the laws enacted to carry it into force The republican standard bearer al ready has obtained the views of many party leaders on the other big nd thai of his address as a the speech lias This Is last day fo1 conferences ftnd Vvork for perhaps as tomorrow he will goto San Francisco for the homecoming celebra tion at the city hnll there and early Saturday morning be will start tor the extreme northern part ot his home state for fishing and recreation LANPHB M Italia Survivors Norwegian Port HONOR VIOLINIST Miss Ilza Neimaelt CharTes City violinist who is to play at West Branchs welcome to Her bert Hoover Marines Fire on Guard of Rebel Leader Casualties Inflicted by Amer ican Flyers n Nicaragua July 2fi AP America u marine flyers w believed today to inflicted number of casualties on tho body STiiard of Clon SancUna in K urgent loader Throe of tho five pianos sought out insurgent position Sentiment for Farm Aid Is Created Says Robinson MANCHESTER July presidential vetoes ot the Mc XaryHaugen bill out of congressional fights for agricultural relief and attitudes ot political parties toward agriculture there has coma at least one thlnjr of great recognition that an unfair condition exists for tha American farmer Congressman T J B Robinson of Hamp ton told members of the Delaware county Farm Bureau at a picnic here tclay Important legislation comes Congressman Robinson said in charlinn the course of the McNaryHaupen bill from its inception Wo have created a favorable public sentiment a general admission by most everyone that an unfair condition exists that agriculture has something due it and that alone is worth a great deal to our cause We cave not by what method equality for agriculture with Industry is arrived at but we do earn mightily about the result The oqunlfKltion fee road has its rough places and Its bad spots we have known that from the but it also has much that is good If there is any better road let us take it hut believing that the equalization fee road will get us safely to our Journeys end I do not want to leave it until a better way Is 2 DEMOCRATS JOIN RANKS OF Lindys Business Associate Being Honored at Boy hood Home LOHRVILLE July town today honored its most famous Thomas G army aviator and business associate of Col Charles Iiinclhprgh Major ryinphfcr flyincr alone landed here yesterday from SeUrldge Field Mkli Today he was the guest of honor in tho town in which he was born and spent his lxyliood Iowa aviators flocked to the local airport to participateIn An allday program include a speech by Major The majors fathers ivho lives at Omaha is here near tho Hondimm border were strucl by rebel rifle and machine pun Iire The was not considered serious Tlie marines met the attack with machine suns rides nnd bombs Hhowerlng the insurgent camp The Mr squadron was led by Maj I Unas E Powell chief ot the marine iir service in NicaraKuu and by Maj M liourne who will succeed him shortly Hopping off from Man agua they headed for tho district a miles south of the Honduran bor der nenr the confluenco of the Pntcco and Coco rivers A week ago planes flying over that region had been fired upon without result and this gave tbe marines tho location of the rebels As the airmen flew over the camp which is a small lumber mill owned by a German named Oulcke and had recently bocn seized by the Insur gents they were fired upon The ma rines immediately brot their rifles and machine guns into action ami also dropped bombs on the camp Because of the dense growth of the forest it impossible to tlie damage bad been inflicted It was believed at headquarters bow over a number of casualties had resulted Mnyhe before he sets thru Kellogj will think to send one of those pciivo treaties to Ion Tribune The GlobeGazette Will Tell You How to Make Sun Suits Expert advice on the summer clothes for the Jittlo ones is given in a compact leaflet fully Illus trated which our Washington in formation bureau will supply for 4 cents in coin or stamps The health giving ultraviolet rays of the sun aro needed by all children Sun suits have been adopted everywhere to givo the youngsters a chance at natures best treatment for health and strength Kim suits are economical and easy tpmuke To learn how send for the booklet Former Senator h Dis satisfied Smith Liquor 2tand YORK en rolling ot two democrats in the Hoover campaign army the defection of a staunch i opublican to Governor Smith ana the tive democratic campaign budget at today provided material for political discussion Tho democrats uho came out for Hoover are Robert Owen former democratic senator from Oklnhomit and Dr r 15 Mitchell former presi dent of Cumberland college a Presby terian institution at Lebanon Tenn Oklahoma has uniformly stood for the policy of national prohibition and is as uniformly opposed to the Tam many system of government ns to the Vare system in Jlr Owen said Predict Turn io Hoover He prophesied that many democrats in the south would follow his lend into the republican ranlts because of what he termed Governor Smiths renun ciation of the party He re ferred to the governors message to the Houston convention in which the nominee said that he was for modifi cation of the prohibition law Dr Mitchell said that many In his section would either vote for Hoover or stay away from the polls on elec tion day He predicted tbe election of the cntiro Tennessee slate ticket which includes Cordcll Hull running for reelection to congress hut the de feat of Governor Smith and Senator Ilohinson William H AVoodJn president ot the American Car nnd Foundry company and for many years a member of the staunchly republican union league lub of New York came out for Smith John J Ttaskob national democrfit TURN TO PAGK Tl COLUMN 5 11 POUNDSHEAVIER THAN CHAMPION Tunney and Heeney in ME 1IIc Perfect Shape for Bout i YORK Tilly Tom ceney will have an advantage of pounds over Gene Tunney the champion tn1 their heavyweight cham tonight Weighing In this aCternon at the Yankee stadiumsscene ot the battle Tunney weighed 1D2 and Heeney 203i The champion bronzed and smiling was first to step on the scales In one of the dressing rooms of the Frederic 1 Hnsltin Direclor Tlie Mason City ClnheGnxelta Information Retrain Wnsliincton D C I enclose herewith 4 ccnls tn coin or slumps for copy nf Hie leaflet Sun Suits for Children Name Street Citr State IOWA FORECAST Mostly fair Thursday night and Friday preceded by local thunder fllioivers Thursday afternoon in east pnrlion Slightly cooler Thurs day niglif in south nnd central por tions cooler Friday in cast and central portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at S oclock a m Thursday Highest Wednesday 8 degrees Lowest in Niclit fil decrees AY 8 A M 7B degrees Twelve successive with a max imum temperature between SO and 00 Thats some record of weather uni formity Wednesday was tbe warmest day since July 10 Thursday brot a rapidly temperature in the fore noon witii live prospects for past flft before midafternoon Tb wind was in the south whereas Wed nesday it bad bnen in the north at the start of the day GUARD KILLED CHASING YOUTHS Kansas Fugitives Shoot Girl in Effort to Take Car for Escape HUTCHINSON July White wns killed and Miss Doris Steel Ifi of Sterling was shot thru the bead as the result of the escape today of Glenn Bcllfleld and Jack Schell youthful In mates of the state reformatory White was killed when a motor car in which guards were pursuing the fleeing youths turned over near here Clifford Kennedy another guard was injured seriously Mica Steel was shot when the youths attempted to take a rar n which she and three wen parked Her condition is reported serloua FANS REMINDED Ficlif funs in Mnsnii Clly nie re mimlnd iliere irill lo a Iiroadcnst of Mm TunncyHcrncy liont in front ot Hie bnildinjr Tlmrs ilay nislit Rmlin nrrangpinciits Imvft been so tlmt n Inrce niniilifior will nivry lie nn ninintprs voice to tluise waitine ffl liwir of tlio nffiilr Ulin main Kn will start nt f oclock wrfli prcliiiiiiniry nnnnunccmenta KoitiK on before tlmt hour NOBILE PARTY TO LEAVE FOR ROME BY TRAIN Rescued Explorers Kept in Concealment on Board Vessel OSLO Norway July seaman with fixed bayonet was placed on guard at the gangplank of the Citta di Milano today when the vessel docked nt Narvick with the survivors of the Italia disaster Onlookers at the docks regarded this move with astonishment tho ship arrived early this morning comparatively few persons were on hnnd altho many had waited for it until late last nfght When the mooring rope was thrown ashore no assistance was forthcom ing in fastening the rope and one of the crew of the Italian ship had to jump ashore to do it No Norwegian authorities were present on the riuay A representa tive of the Italian legation nt Stock holm greeted the survivors wel is three Swedes who had taken par in the sledge expedition to search foi Roald Amundsens missing party Get Ollnipae of The spectators had n thru a port hole ot Gen Umberto ttobttes Titina As soon as lh5 ships crew this the porthole was Immediately covered The guard was stationedas soon as the gangplank was lowered None of the rescued men appeared on the deck Many American motion picture photographers and foreign 9ml Norwegian journalists gathered on the Tho survivors will continue thoir journey to Italy by train this evening and a special carriage will drive up by TtJKN TO PAG I II COLUMN 5 Are They Lost in North VliDKK IHimUM Crystal SHIP UNABLE TO CLEAR HILLS ON SWEDEN HOPOFF Flyers Forced DOWD t Ten Miles From Airport ROCKFORD July After setting away to HAMMILL FAILS TO PACIFY MOB dium Tfe stnitod and wavcd o friends In the room na the camera Ctashliglits boomed Weiglis in Qiilclilj ITooncy followed and his weight was Qniclcly tnlcnn and pictures As Tunnpy hurried to hl3 ronhi they passed Raeh other 10 or 12 feet apTt Both smiled and nod tied Hello said Tunnpy nnrt the inllcnKer cnmo hack a eheery cllo Both loft the building as soon aa they were rticsseil to rest until time to enter tho ruicr ioxjnff eommission surgeons pro nounced both In perfect physical shape was the second time the cham pion and Jifid met at a tfls tnnrc today Shortly nfter the chnm pion landed In X Y Bohi nmphl blnn piano at the Columbia Yacht club after 1 tivohoiir fliRlit from Speculator Tunney was drivlntr lip Uivcrsicle flrne on hia to the Yankee stadium His car suddenly overoolc tbe one In which Heney riding to the stadlnm Ileency Joiirnies In Vnchh was immediate nnd TUKN TO PAGE 11 COLUMN a JOHN FULLER Keolitilt MAX KANE Iowa Cily The nations nlfenllnn has been fixed tho past few days on he four youths shown above as the result of n1 report given out hy IL Hudscm Ituy company attache Io Ihe effect that the provisions and equipment with ivliich ho Iins pushed nil unrlli from llrncliet nt Ilia head of Kfliiulecr lulift in northeastern Saskatchewan nrc inadequate pic tures were InUeu at TliB Ins just before the four look to cunors for Ihc remainder of their journey No hidirutlnn o either hunger or worry Is evident lierr Dispatches Mnmlny stated lliat the CnnutlKiii government had ordered tho mounted police n halt Ihe expedition hut Tuesday them was a counter report Io the effect that he lowans were properly equipped adequately provisioned for their exploration of the Knmn river from source o outlet Tlieir parents not worried over lie flirt Hint they have notbfen heard from since luly fi because they have passed tho lust nutpnsi of civilization nnd there would he uo menus of com munication except radio AH four hoys are sludenls nt Ihe Lnlversity nf Ifltva Governor Attempts to Halt Eastern Stars in Rush on Session Room DEiVVEH Jily hundred members of the Order ot Eastern Star stormed the doors of the city auditorium late last night when they were denied entrance to nn exec utive session of tha orders triennial convention fit which the proposed re vision of the ritualwas up for consid eration Attempts by Gov John Hammill of own Phillips lerRuaon the new srand patron nnd other high officials the order to pacify tho members ailed One group of men formed n flying vedpn and charged the ushers who unrded the door while both men and women raised their voices in demand admittance Some shouted Weve paid our dues support the grand chapter Why all Ibis secrecy Falling to pain entrance to the aiidi oritim after an hoijr3 demonstration he crowd dispersed Clarion Railroad Man Fined for Driving Auto While Intoxicated July G R Colo a Chlcaso Western vailroRrt man at Clarlon for 16 yonrs pntcrcrt a plea of Riiilty to driving in whllo Intoxicated hero in district court on TncKrtay He WSLK to pay a fin of and all was remitted on good behavior Iowa Democrats Hoping for Farm Vote Support DECORAH TO PLANE SERVICE State Convention Will Or ganize New Committee Friday DKS July appeal to the farm vote to rally to the democratic party standard as the best hopo in obaininff agricultural relief thru legislation will he hy dem ocrats meeliriR in state convention here tomorrow Stress in to be laid on the nffiicul turnl plank of the party national plat form as meeting in more comprehen sive manner the desires of American fnrniers for farm relief tlircn fs Indi cated in the republican party platform perfect start at dawn on Its projected fllffht from Hocktoid to Stockholm Sweden the monoplane Greater nockford made a forced landing 21 minutes later In a cornfield sir mllaj from tbe airport and at the opposite sida of tho Hock river from the off A wins wns cracked and othar Janv e done as a result of tha landing caused tbe pilots said by too hetnry oad with resulting inability to paili As a result future plans for 10 flight tortny were Indefinite Engine in Ground With the plane lying nose down enslne In the ground and left wins ruined six miles west of Rock ford Pilots Bert Hnssell and Parker Cramer were taken back to the air port following their takeoff and un avoidable plunso to earth due thsy said to excessive weight and lossy air conditions Neither Hassell nor Cramer mm hurt Hnssell declared he would try tt asaln Northern Getting Shnrt Hassell announced several days that unless the start were mada be fore AUK 7 It would bn make the flipht because northern days were becoming too short While exact damage to tho plane has not been determined the It is on tn slid wlnff caused mechanics to Hmt It would take at least aeveraJ days to recondition tfie ship Jiolh Itassell and Cramer were spir ted away after ho plane landed and Jiey could not be found Immediately to discuss future plans Hassells tvife said that he was t the forcer addedthat Cramer seemed in pood spirits Sin said sue was both disappointed uid relieved Is reported at ho airport that Itassell hart tnken oft In another plane apparently heading for Chica go Xo reason for this trip was Riven About persons tlironced ho field as the flyers took off Hnl etls wife who did not plan to come o the fielri was there nt the last min ute to hid her husband farewell Several outoMown planes circlcd the field and bade the flyers good luck Made Good Slart When three quarters of tlm way the runway the plane left tha ground at a central stand ard time Hassell rose rapidly and smoothly not a lip nor jerlc was visible After leaving the field in the airectlnn of H south of the airport theln went wpit of the Rockford chamber of commerce flight committee overrome by emotion when tho hopoft was Passenger and Express Route to Dubuque Daily Will Start Soon July liress and passenger service ex be gin in about a week between DeoOrah and Dtibuqiie accord ing to H D who here Wasau Greets Pilot Wood as He Leads 22 Planes in Air Jauni WASAU July With shrieking whistles Wasau today wel coined home Pilot John AVood conced winner of the national reliability lir tour and his brother n a tors on I he mile journey which nds in Detroit Saturday Dropping down on the Alexander air field at 3 n Wood greeted iy a throng of more than fellow Ife led the tour into his homo city Koon after came the 22 other flyers nnd hy all of tho planes had settled on tho field for a three hour ston befors their hopoft at 2 p m for Milwaukee Wausaii had mad of the occasion n effect a civic holiday and Its citi zens joined whole heartedly in tbe welcome The state too joined in with more than 20 planes from various sections on hand Aerillo Henchman Is Shot at Garage Door CHICAnO Tilly bushed as he drove his automobile Into his garage nt home Snlvntor Cannlc reputed henchman of the Aerillo gang was shot and killed today Police en deavored to connect his slaying with the rlvalary between the AerHUp clan and Al rapones gang over beer and vfre control ood nt Dubufjue ccntly adopted at Kansas City 1 This company has five planes The democrats have no party nomjnhln now all being new planes and io make and the work of the government licensed as well ns their convention will be confined largely and drafting a state platform selection of Will Rogers NiOW YORK July sell Jonfiral Motors short just be cause they linvo democratic resigned and the Block went up five points Dempsoy ia to Heconrt Heoney The people will pay more to flee Dompsey na second than Tunney aa fighter Tilrtfin is nn a ma tour flRnin till Tie French tournament people gftt their money back Yours WFLL ROGERS laying plans for Ign next fall an extensive cam KenderilinR A KenderrJrne of Iowa City the democratic candidate for attorney gen eral will bo temnorary chairman and keynote speaker In the absence of Mrs K Maulsby oharmnn of tlie democratic state central committee the convention will he railed lo order hy Charles D of Cedar Knpids viro chairman at 11 a ri One hour earlier donsoornts wilt convene In district raucusea 10 select members of the new state central to le mode on the bnsia of one commit teem an and one comnaittefwoman from eacli dis trict named will meet later En the day to nnd select officern Including n chairman and a vice chnir man Mrs Mnulnhy Is not a cnndirlate for reelertlon as rhnlrman of thn state contra committee Tho probably will nflor consultations of party leadora with Dr T nnlrts nf national rman Wilbur W Marsh of d other An invitation bas been extended to They will carry SOO pounds nf ex press n ml two each A trial of I fl days will ho m n rl o and if i the plan pnyn tht route will ho ntcd Rolfe Gravel Hauler InjuredNear KanawKa rCAXAWFTA July W ihrijUianson 1fl Hoifo crravel hauler workiriRnear hoiie wns raupht In frravrl at the pit east ofpet mond Inst Hn received a fn arm and was He wan tnk rn tn tho Lutheran hospital In tnn whrrFj hiq clinnreR for recovery AVa hoJMvcrl o ho Rood ft was necpssitry to take tho Ionipypr apart in order to rsfulUsh Death CKDAR RAPITJS July to ostuhlish liie lepal deatn if Hoy fJroJwinder who Oinappeured In fi f i oru his homo nt Hudson wai tnken by in district court here of the major candidates of the parly to address the convention DIfttrict Caucuses SclirihiliNl Tho cojiirJiittoe on credentials reso lutions and organisation will convene at noon In lhe dining room of the DCS Molnex cbnnibcr of commrrce io ilraft roportH to be sub mitted to the nfternoon Region District caucunea are to he held as follows Fhftt and second fhambcrlnin hotel Third hotel Fourth and fifth Savei y hotel Sixth Y M i A Seventh and eighth Ninth and eleventh Lhnmhor of Tenth City library auditorium AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen a A woman thinks she hates her husbands friends because theyre tough but mostly its because shes jealous of   

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