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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 2, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                ft ry DAILY NEWSPAPER fotTfO fORTftf AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITIOH VOL XXXV UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 2 1928 FIVE CENTS PER ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 256 SHIPS SEARCH MIDATLANTIC FOR COURTNEY VARE GRAVELY ILL AT HOME IN ATLANTIC CITY Pennsylvania Senator Elect Stricken at Summer Home PHILADELPHIA Aug Word was received here today that William S Vare senatorelect suf fered a paralytic stroke at p m yesterday at his summer home at At lantic City i He has been deprived the use of hU left arm and leg and for a time I was unable to speak ibr Ellwood R Kirby of Philadel phia raced to Vares bedside at 3 a and upon his return here reported Mr Vares condition The paraytic stroke is not in the most serious said Dr Kirby instead a cerebral hemorhags there haj been an ooze which has interfered with the use of the limbs and speech cannot say at this time what pro gress the disease willmake but we lare hoping for the best Aiding Dr Kirby in caring for Mr Vare are two Atlantic City physicians ilr Vare is 60 the ago at which piis brothers State Senator George N and Ehvin H Vara succumbed At the Vare home his wife and members family explained the senators was grave and telephone r calls were cut off for fear of disturb ing him Smith Again Indorses Partys Farm Stand YANKEE OARSMEN WIN NOMINEE IS TO ft MERCURY HITS 100 IN IOWA itioniReports Rec7 ummer DES AfOINES Aug A For the first time this year the 100 degree k was reached by an official in Iowa the government Ltfl weather bureaus station at Indwood reported yesterday Except in northeastern Iowa high temperatures were in the nineties yes terday At AHa and Eslhcrville 06 degrees Tvas reported with H4 degree maxi ujmums at Fort Dodise Sioux City Mar shalltown Carrol and Atlantic Barbuti Wins Prelim Heats in 400 Meters Cairn Lavish Feeding Has Proved Undoing of U S Track Performers STOLTEN Hallnml Aug University of Caltfor nia eightoared crew won its first race n lie Olympic regatta in which it is representing the Unit ed States when it defeated the Belgian eight over the meter course today Californias victory over Bel Kium was won by eight boat lengths Tlic Americans led by four lengths at the half mark and were never extended STADIUM DAM Aug athletes today experienced the most disastrous day the Olympic track and field competition thus far when they were unable to grain a single championship ot the four decided Finn Is Winner The 1500meter running crown went to Harry Larva of Finland with the only American who qualified for the final Ray Conger no better than tenth the running hop step and jump title to Mikio Oda of Japan with Levl Casey United States veteran second and the 800meter race for women to Frau Una Radke ot Germany with Florence of lone Ifour of the United States Javelin throwers eliriilnated under a burst of remarkable performances b foreign stars NIGHT LIFE FIGURES INDICi Jl Daughter of Albert Lea Minister Killed ALBERT LEA Miss Margrethe Preuss 17 year old of the Rev and Mrs J C 1C was killed here In a fall off a horse The accident which caused the girls death happened Tuesday morning when the horse she was rid Ingr fell while galloping at West Clark and Washington streets The horse fell to tho ground rind Freuss fell off landing1 on her face and fore Iiead the fait crushing lier skull Tho only witness was Robert Stollci and he picked the unconscious girl up eiul took her to the hospitalHei father the Rev Prcuss Is in yellow atone National park and could not be loratfid until yesterday The GlobeGazette Offers Its Readers Booklet on Mexico The Important facts about Mex ico In a handsome Illustrated book let It Is designed to help every rftader understand what goes on in Mexico nnd why Back of the present controversies of the Mexican problem is a long history ot a strange land a treas ure chest of mineral wealth with a civilization different from and older than our own In this booklet our Washington information bureau sets forth plain facts on the history geoog plain facts on the history geoB sources and government of Mex ico Maps and lists of states and their capitals population and areas Mcxicim cities railroads farming mining education and other facts Everyone who wants to understand our relations with Mex ico needs a copy Ustf the coupon Frederic J Hasldit Director The Mason CHy GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington U C I enclose herewith 6 cenls coin or stamps for a cony of t booklet le Street City Slate TOO MANY EATS LONDON Anff der the full page streamer head line Secret of United Stales Olym pic the Evening Stnnd nrd today prints tlic Lavish feeding it h suggested lias led to the undoing of the United States team in the Olympic games nf Amsterdam ivhorc at Die start of todays sport they were still without i single victory in the track OF REPUBLICANS G 0 P Farm Leaders to Be Called On for Advice NEW YORK AuK a twohour conference today with George N Peek a farm leader from Illinois Governor Smith reiterated that he stood on the farm plank of tlie democratic platform and indicated that he had not yet worked out in his own mind how agricultural surpluses should be handled for the benefit of the farmer The democratic presidential nominee declared that in carry ing out his plan if elected to obtain the advance of farm leaders and economists on working out the surplus prob lem he would call on republi cans like Frank O Lowdcn of Illinois as well as democrats to assist him Governor Issues Statement At the breakfast table InTjis sull at the BlUmpre Governor SmllU talUe with Peek wh 1 As tlie secret raids dirccted acainsfr 18 New ToiU night clubs last June nf Assistant United StalesAttorney General BfalicI WnlUer WIIIebrniicH 105 liivvo hecu iiulicled by the federal grand jury including Texas Gniimn and Helen MorRiin night club hostesses and Nils T Urntihmd New York radio announcer The indictments charge alleged conspiracy to violate he prohibition nnd maintenance nf nuisances Ihatn nt left shown Miss Uuilian as she appeared 10 years ago and above as she loolis tndny Center is Granliinii and Miss Jlorgsin is at tho right lowans Plan With Good for West Branch Meeting Tho one ray of sunshine came In tho 400meter trails in whleh Ray Barbuti former Syracuse quarter mile ace won both his trial heats and as a result became a joint favorite with the German Joachim Buchnpr who also made sensational time for the championship tomorrow Swede Wrns Javcltn Toss Olympic championship in the jave lin thrown went to n II of Sweden who replaced as champion Jonnl ilyrra of Finland winninp throw was meters the of 21S feet fi 1S inches a now Olvmnic rec ord llo made it on his attempt Herman Phillips of the Illinois A lilie Barbuti won both of his heats today nnd will share with the erstwhile Syracuse football player the TL1KN TO PAGE COLUMN 4 BROOKHARTON UNION PROGRAM Reno Wants Senator to Ex plain Double Crossing Charges DES Aus tor Smith W Brook hart who told the republican state convention that Iowa farmers have been double crossed by opponents of Herbert Hoover has been given a place on the program of the Iowa Farmers unions annual con vention Sept 19 Vesterday the Afonona county farm ers union refused to permit the sena tor a speaking because of his sup port of Mr Hoovers presidential can didacy Milo Reno president of the Iowa Union today snlcl In order that Senator Brookhart may hnvc an opportunity to meet the representatives of all the local unions in the state he is right now placed on the proprram of our annual conven tion in DCS Moincs Sept IS when he can show members of our orRanlza tion how I have double crossed them and how nobly he Is defending their interests and working for the cause of agriculture in his support of Her bert Cole Heads Delegation in Conference at Chicago CHICAGO Aujf dele gation from Iowa headed by Congress man Cyrenus Colo of Cedar Jtnpids iepresentative from Herbert Hoovers eld home monopolized most of the day at Hoovers western headquarters today laying plans for the presidential nom inees threeday visit among the home folks on Aug 21 to M As tcnlalively announced by Mr Cole following his conference with James AV Good Hoovers western manager nnrt director of the western republican headquarters tho program for tho presidential nominee will In clude an oldfashioned Farmers picnic and camp meeting with thefarmers Hoover as plans now stand will ar rive in Wfest Branch his birthplace early In the morning oC Aug 21 for an old hometown reception and to spend the night among his friends nnd rela tives A big tent will be headquarters for tho days activities nt West Branch where at night Hoover will moke his only public address of the three days speaking over the radio at the tent meeting Tho nominee will spend tho night sit the home of his second cousin Mrs O O Yodcr It is planned leav ing early the next morning Aug Ii by motor for Cedar Rapids where he will spend the two days meeting farm TURN TO PAGE in COLUMN 3 ASSOCIATED PRESS fc MUST BE FAIR KENT COOPER TELLS STAFF NEW YORK Aug em loyes of tho Associated Press lavereceived the following from Kent Cooper general manager Wo are on the eve ot what promises to be a memorable pollt cal campaign Every Associated ress inan will shareJn the re sponsibility it Imposes Keep in mind the necessity that our report nuist be absolutely non partisan Avoid predictions specu atlon and editorial opinion Insofar as we arc responsible for what is said there must be nothing that may be construed Cor or against any political faction Do not uso stories of election betting or straw votes In describing attendance at political meetings do not estimate capacity in numbers or in any manner open to disputes But we want all the news Do not withhold a story because It is partisan if it may be attributed to responsible source For example statements from political hend nuarters are desired if they con tain news and are credited to par ty spokesmen These statements must speak for themselves nnd their leads should be brict without inference deduction or other edi torialcomment All anonymous ex prcssidns of opinion must be avoid ed Write only wiiRt can be sub stantiated During the campaign as at all other times the Associated Press report must be fiiir truthful and DEMOCRATS ARE URGEDiTO KEEP LINER UNABLE TO FIND MEN FORCED TO LAND IN OCEAN Spaniards Also Bring Plane Down at Sea Off Coasj Courtney Radio Message Sends Ocean Ships to Rescue BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS CAPT FRANK T COURTNEY and three companions oft an attempted seaplane flight from the Azores to foundiand made a forced landing in midAtlantic todajfl Thursday and the first ocean liner to reach the position fromi which they called for help failed to locate them Courtneys plane landed in the ocean early this morning and in response to its radio calls for assistance all anywhere in the vicinity turned from their courses to go tqf the rescue At eastern daylight time the radio marine tion in New York was advised that its station at had information that the liner President Hayes reached the position Courtney gave in his distress calls ancj was searching for the seaplane Two hours later no word harj been received that the search had met with success Other liners that went to Courtneys assistance were thS Minnewasas the Cedric the Celtic and the Columbus Pennland the Gripsholm and the Berengaria aided by relay ing wireless messages The Cedric was not much farther front he landing place of the plane than the President Hayes and vas believed she too must liwe been scouring the waters he position Courtney gave Kadio Contact Maintained Apparently the crew pC the flying boat retained the use oC its radio with which the men tirst made known tURir predicament and WOMAN BURNS SELFJO DEATH Disappointment in Love Be lieved Cause of Act YORK cully disappointed in love Aliss Loutsa Aniclin do Hoslos 3S years oltl set lirrselt afire in lior upper west side apartment and died at Harlem hospital today MiKa do Hosfos saia by n friend to bo tho daughter of Eugenia tic Hostos a Porto Rjcan educator for whom n monument has been ercrtcrt in San Juan came to New York to acck a career as an author She was unconscious wlfbn founrt fn her apartment the hospital It was said she hart saturated her clothing with turpentine and then climb ing into the bathtub had applied n match She was burned from head to foot She refuserl to discuss with a detec tive I lie cause of her attempt at suicide the McNaryHitUEeiV Vetoed b President After their al the governor Issued a formal state ment in which he made no refcrenc to his views on the equalization fc ture of that legislation The text of the governors statemcn follows After my tallc with Mr Peek nm more than ever satiHficd lhat the democratic platform soundly declares the fundamental basis for relief of the ippaltin ngrluuHurnl distress which not only threatens the farmer himself but Is destroying the farm market of 10 billions of dollars for the industries of the country Control oC tho of agricultural surplus is recognized by our platform as an pssontinl ncod its cost to be im posed on the unit o ho benefited That principle Is fixed upon our platform on which I the detail of its accomplishment remains Would Ask Republicans As T have said I shall immediately if I am elected nsk the best farm loaders anrj economists o work out this detail with mo I shall ask them to serve irrespective C locality or party republicans like Governor Lowdcn as ns democrats Avhn have studied Ibis problem will bp called upon by me for this patriotic service I shall Ibis question Senator Harrison Says South Should Not Desert North ern Friends LAKE Aup Iliirrison of Mississippi pleaded icrc jeslorday for dcjiiocratlc unity In spito of any differences on religion and prohibition Speaking to a gathering at Patrons irmon lie said Home may honestly feel Justified n supporting the republican ticket In his election because oC tho views of our presidential nominee resppeclinB he prohibition question Others may find opposition in the fact that the democratic nominee Is a Catholic As important as these qualifica tions may appear to some may I say that the south cannot afford because of these diverse opinions to alienate those millions of men nnd women in other parts of the country who are of tho Catholic faith and who entertain different viewsrespecting prohibition Cliurrli Discord Historic They have stood with our section TUHX TO IAOE 10 COLUMN 1 at loiiptJi in my ncccptnntc Tho demorralic nominee declined to be thnwn out further by newspaper TURN TO TAGK in 4 V AV w Wea fXDIAN Jiarn S JURY DECIDES WHARTON GUILTY Kansas Editor Hopes to Remain in Europe Until After Elections NEW YORIC Aug liam Allen White Kansns editor who ias been attacking Governor Smiths candidacy Cor presidency sailed with his wife yesterday for an indefinite stay In Europe a stay which he ex pressed the hope would Inst until after the election The Kansnn declined to discuss fur ther charges and amended charges against Governor Smith siy 1ns that all he had to say on the suh Ject at the time had hccn said He paid his tribute to the New York newspapers wlifoli he wild generally held what I said in low esteem but gave It a good i Says SANTA MONICA AUR See where they are really stopping cm selling booze in the night clubs in New York That means that they just have to go out of business for you cant look at those shows sober Its this woman Willebrandt that is doing all this and she is a repub lican Tho democrats will say that it is just a political move but when you take away an out of town yaps booze its more than politics It comes ider tho heading ot dis aster for bow is ho ffolng to tell lie folks buk home what a devil he was in New York if he cant buy some courage Yours Copyright ROGERS IOWA FORECAST Unaeltlwi Thursday night Prob ably ihumlcr showers Thursday nfternonn and night Friday pnrlly dourly Cooler in cxtrcmn cast and south portions Friday except in tho extreme sou I h west portion LOCAL STATISTICS weather figures for 2J hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Thursday Highest Degrees Lowest Degrees At 8 A M Thursday tf5 degrees Rainfall inches Two ra i n s one just b e f o ro noo n Wednesday nnd tlie other early Thursday put August off to a flylns start in what apparently ia a contest between the succeeding months to beat tho previous months in the mat ter of precipitation August will have to come ctoso to 6 inches if it sur passes the mark set in July Thurs day opened cloudy wilh wind in the southeast and more rain one of the live poasiliJitics of the situation Former Congressman Con victed of Conspiracy in Mail Robbery CHICAGO Aug Wharlon Termer congressman and rmer assistant slates attorney was found guilty by a federal jury of con splraey Inday in connection with the tirfind Trunk mall robbery at Evergreen park last February Charles IjJnipy Clenvor corlefenrt nnt and accused ring leader of the rob her band was found guilty of con spiracy nnd six other charges Wharton under the verdict faces n postr ble maximum sentence of two years imprisonment and a possible maximum fine of whileCleav er if ghon tlie maximum on ati the counts of whfch be was convicted faces more than SO years Imprison ment Tlie Jury which had arrived at Us verdict last night after more than six hours deliberation returned its find ing before Federal Judge James H tVJlkcrson and motion for a new tri nl was maclo as soon ns the verdict was read plane piloted by Captafn Court ney the Azores nt p east ern Mandnrd time on Wednesday for foundJand The Jincr Cedric which today was reported as within miles of where tio craCt was orced down yesterday had reported that she about muhvay of the 800 mile stretch which the EngMish nnn attempting to negotiate The flyers had hoped to rcncli oundland by 10 n stand rd time but H anpoarctl from weatli r reports that even had they rc TifUnerl in the air It was unlikely hat they would have reached their soal before early afternoon Ships Report Position The position oC tho piano waa re by several ships AS 42 north 1 west The White Klar Hncr Ceilrlc was pnrcntly tho nearest with 100 miles water intervening when the call for aid came A rablo from London re ported that the liner Celtic also roceedinp to tho rescue Tho liner CotumbuH Captain John n reported to the Assoctated Press iad lett her westbound course to In search of Captain Courtney ever since The captain estimated that ho was 210 the plane Tho Swedish steamer Gripsliohn which was In direct communication with Courtney and the Bcrcngarla ivere rottiylnfr tho calls for heJp but Jt did not up pear from their mossaRCS whether they also were proceeding toward tho plane Celtic SfciKils The Celtic had reported hearing dis tress signals from the Courtney plane at a Greenwich mean time which corresponds to eastern standard time If this message was sent at fiboul Iho time the airplane was forced down Ciplain Courtney had been fly ing 14 hours and 35 minutes He hail TLR TO PACTS 10 2 Kentuckianv Slaying Dies William Taylor Once Sought as Killer of Governor Elect POLTS Aug TVt TayJor elected republfc can governor of Kentucky Jn 1S3U a ad sought In connection with tho death C his democratic opponent Willliiin S IJocbel after the Kentucky leclarctl Taylors election fraudulent died in a hospital hero early this naming Tnyior who wns vice president or a local Insurance company fled to In liana polls after Goobel was mortally wounded in 1900 by a concealed rifle man Tho Kentucky legislaturehad Icdavcd Goebel the legally elected governor Indiana governors did not honor tradition papers for Taylor after ha fled to this city Ho remained Pilots Planes Without Licenses Are Banned by Council at Des Moines DKS KOIKES A us licensed pilots and unlicensed planes may not operate in DCS Moincs here after under an ordinance adopted by rity council Violation will result in a fine or 30 imprisonment EIGHT DEAD IN OIL EXPLOSION Death List Expected to Mount in Refining Com pany Blast Alls men are dead and a I dozen more aro reported dying from jnhalcft flames and burns suffered yes terdny the explosion of nn old steam old still of the Indiana Refin ing company endangered livea of near ly 100 workmen The dead were Jack Froow Ifcnslcy 50 C I1 Cuddy 45 Arlington D Jackman 21 Edward lllnton M John Finch 10 Henry Johnson 38 and Clyde Moore L2 Doctors Kttfd several men who vir tually became human torches when In the path of blnzinp oil may Fate of Des Moines Mayor Before Judge DHS MOINES Alls Vhethor Mayor John MacVlcar ofl CS Moinea was guilty of contempt oj In removing W B Barney is city mlllc Inspector In Ion of n rcstraintnK Injunction will 10 decided today by District Judgft iermnn Zelich Tho mayor xvas found guilty of vld atins tho Injunction yesterday by Judge Zeuch who postponed until lay however tho hearing to no the validity of the restraining ler A flndlnp lhat the Injunction Is vnT 1 would outvimatically convict tha nnyor of cnntempt and make htm sub ject to penally bo blinded were hnspilal at iiway by severe wounds Sixty taken to tlic companys 10 miles AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I wish Pa would sell that old brown suit His new one is goin to take up more room an hes usin two liooks in the closet   

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