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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 25, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY NEWSPAPER fOfi HOHC FINAL EDITIOH AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV CENTS PER COPV ASSOCIATED PHKSS WIBB REPORT MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1928 UNITED PRESS AND IERNATIONAL NO302 WHO AND WOC TO DIVIDE IOWA RADIO TIME RED CROSS WILL HELP REFUGEES REPLANTfARMS of an Occupation Crying Need in Florida Governor Smith Lashes G Corruption Yankees ndians 11TEST PALM BEACH Sept 25 ot the tirat definite moves toward permanent rehabilita tion ot the storm swept area of south east Florida will amount to a virtual ojnsus conducted by the Red Cross itjhas been announced More than a week after the disas trous hurricane reports ot chaos which resulted continue to come In Red Crois officials here have fixed the known dead at approximately and say the exact total never will be learned Apparently the most crying need 01 the survivors was an occupation Their farms were in the Lake Okeechobeo those who to work have no seei could go back to plant Orders for Sent The Red Cross has issued orders I several dealers at Okeechobee City t furnish seed to the farmers who can get to their land It was understood that the Red Cros planned to furnish the farmers wltl sufficient necessities to meet the em crgency then when the census is com pleted to rebuild their homes furnlsl them and supply farm Implements sufficient to meet the needs A requisition upon national head quarters would be made for sufficient funds with which to permanently rep habilitate the homeless many of and BASEBALL SCORES BUNS uiants Reds Emilio Gil Expected to Be President of Mexico Cardinals Robins GIANTS TRIUMPH OVER REDS 4 TO 3 NEW YORK Sept 25 Giants kept pace with the league lead ing St Louis Cardinals today by de feating the Cincinnati Reds for the third straight time by 4 to 3 The Cards were having a tough battle at Brooklyn where they held a 3 to 2 lead at the start ot the seventh inning This was Andy Cohen day at the Polo grounds and before the game the players of both teams gathered at the plate while a group ot Andys admirers presented a check for 000 to him The Reds jumped away to a start of one run in the first Dresden singled to left with one out but Pipp forced him Singles by Allen and Stripp then moved Drcssen the rest ot the way around the paths That was all foretther team In the first three rounds The Reds In fact got no more hits In that time but the Giants wasted Lfndstroms blow in the first singles by Terry and Cohen in horn are now destitute Red Cross and medical officials to day announced folloyrlnK a conference nnftltniT las standpoint In theOkeechobeo Weather Report Cheerful Previous reports expresed fear that epidemics might break out as a result ot unsanitary conditions An encouraslng pronouncement o the people of this popular tourist county came from A T Mitchell met eorologist tit Jacksonville who recalled that Florida never has storms during the winter season most popular with tourists Never do storms occur In the state from the fall until spring the government observer said the third The Reds were unablo to score In the seventh but the Giants came back to wIthUVjijne ot a tie by counting sadriiice fly by Cummings wh batted for FJtzsimmons and a doubli liy Welsh Jack Scott entered the box for the Giants and the score remainef the same thru the first halt of the ninth HEAVY FROST ISjXPECTED Low Temperatures Recorded Down to Missouri Mon day Night DES MOINES Sept 25 Heavy to klllinE frost was forecast for tonight by the government weath er bureau here Lust night freezing temperatures were officially recorded as far south as the Missouri line with considerable damage on lowlands thot probable Frosts have already damaged most of the late truck crops but late corn as a rule has not yet been killed In the opinion of the weather LOS ANGELES Sent 25 enccd to hang Nov 30 for the slaying ID year old Barbara Manger hi ommonlaw Russell St Clair Deitzel rformerly of Philadelphia has given oral notice of an appeal and everat months may elapse before the tate supreme court hears the case Beltzel took the sentencing yester 3ay stoically He was tound guilty last week after one of the shortest murder trials on here The girl presumably died June ind Beltzel was arrested in August following discovery of her body In a anyon The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet About the Care of Pets The health long life appear ance comfort nnd value of any living pet may benefit greatly If the owner knows how best to care for it Our Washington Information bu reau has compiled Into one booklet the best government and other ex pert Judgment on the care of dogs cats pigeons parrots cannrles goldfish rabbits guinea pigs tur tles nnd tame mice Best methods of housing feed ing cleaning pre vention and cure and other useful tacts are told In simple clear lan guage Use the coupon L Frederic J Haskin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I Inclose herewith 6 cents in coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet CARE OF PETS Street City State CARDS 3 RUNS AHEAD OF ROBINS Interior Secretary Is Slated to Succeed Calles Sept 25 Cardinals sought to protect their Na lonal league lead one game over he New York Giants by making it hree in a row over the Brooklyn Rob ns today Manager McKeclmle sent Shevdel to match pitching slants with of tho Robins The teams battled thru two score less innings hut tho fell on McWeeny for three runs in the third High and Frisch walked with one out and Bottomley drove one over the right field fence foul by not more than a yard Jim then struck out but Hafty doubled scoring High and Frish singled MEXICO CITY Sept 25 IHo Fortes Gil secretary ot Interior Is expected to bo named provisional president of Mexico by congress toddy He will assume office orf Jpeo 1 when President Calles term expires and when Gen Alvaro Obregon would have become chief executive If an assassins bullet had not cut short his career The steering committee of the cham ber of deputies haa ratified a plan by which Fortes Gil would hold office until Feb 6 1930 A fullterm presi dent to succeed him would be chosen nt general elections on the third Sun day ot November 1929 Fortes Gil Is a friend of the United States and n supporter President Calles on all Important questions His attitude on the religious question Is the laws ot the country must be in He intends to invite all of his fellow members In the Calles cabinet to retain their posts He will make an effort to icrsunde Finance Minister Montes de Oca who has expressed a desire to retire and travel in Europe to retain his portfolio Fortes Gil was called to the ministry of interior after the assassination of Harper walked and Wilson scoring Hafey Maraiwillo fanned Tho Robins failed to score in theii half Yanks Score 5 in First CLEVELAND Ohio Sept 25 Fighting to retain their twogame lead over the Athletics In the Ameri can league pennant fight the Yankees fell upon George Grant and Billy Tom Zachary pitched for the TankeeS FREEDOM FOR 2 FRANKS KILLERS BELIEVED LIKELY Leopold Loeb Eligible for Parole in Six Years Claim PHICAOO Sept 25 error i the mittimus under which Richard Loeb and Nathan Leopold were sent to the Joliet penitentiary four years ago makes these two slayers TakesParty to Task for Past Record Nominee Challenges Oppo nents Achievement Statements By D HAROLD OLIVBIi Associated IVcss Stuff TTJILENA Sept 25 ii ernor Smith turns eastward total after hnviiiB thrown a vigorous chal enjfe to his republican opponent Her bert Hoover to prove in tho face o corruption and crime in high eminent circles tho assertion in h Henernl Obregon Until then he had other schools been serving as governor aulipas In that slate he established and prevented the open operation ot gamblinghouses In his personal habits he Is dry and also he does not smoke i In Tamaullnos Fortes Oil estab lished the first state supported Indus trial school in Mexico for indigent chil dren and Increased the number of ot little Bobbie Franks eligible for parole In six more years llinton Cla baugh chairman of Ibo slate board of pardons and paroles said today Clabaugh spoke of Locb and Leopold as sons of wealth who are pampered pets in These men each under life sentence for murder and 90 year sentences for kidnaping are bulldins up fine rec ClabaURh said with a view of seeking parole when because of the error in the mittimus they become eligible within Klx year Made Private Secrelnrlcs One is private secretary to the first Clabaiwh said The other Is private secretary to the Fro Heavy Day Hoovers Plan in Tennessee BEITZEL SERVES APPEALjiOTlCE California Slayer May Not Pay Penalty for Several Months ALGONANGETS 10YEAR TERM Stealing of Automobile Brings Sentence for Hauenstein tVLGOXA Sept Hauen stein Alfcona was sentenced to 10 years In the reformatory at Anamosa on a charge of automobile stealing here by Judge D F Coylc He Is al leged to have stolen George Batt of Whittemare Dale Dundns of Armstrong was given fine and costs and six months jn county jail for stealing a harrow from Thomas Lynch of Ger led The jail sentence was suspended pick Wermerson ot Luverne was fljied and coats and a three months jail sentence for lirjuor nuis ance Jail sentence was also sus pended Hnrlie Green of Whittemore was fined and costs for driving while Intoxicated Ben Goeders of Al gona was fined flOO and costs for Iriving a car while Intoxicated Ali of the defendants pleaded guilty Country Attorney F T Van Ness pros ecuted all the cases Iowa Retail Grocers Attack Chain System SIOUX CITY Sept 26 Iowa Retail grocers had only election of officers to dispose of before closing their two day convention this after noon Attacks on the chain store sys tem featured most of the talk1 Riven Monday night by the various speakers at the banquet Four States to Send Excur sion Crowd to Hear Nominee Hy JAMBS L WEST Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON Sept 25 rather strenuous schedule lias been arranged for Herbert Hoover on his oneday excursion into the south early next month during which ho will visit two cities and puss thru half dozen others in the Tennessee and Virginia mountains by train or auto mobile The republican presidential candl date will make two speeches the prin cipal ono at EHzabethton In midafternoon on Oct 6 and the other at Johnson City late in the day just before he boards his private train for the overnight return run to Washington As the schedule Is now arranged the party will leave here over the Southern railway at 11 p the night Oct 5 At Crlstll which is to be reaches around a tho nom inee will make a rear platform appear ance To Motor Thru Town The special train will then proceed to Elizabcthton arriving about n m The train will be halted outside the city limits and the party will mot TlRN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 3 Attempt to Hang Couple Is Ohio Couple Cut Down After Recognizing Leader of Masked Band FAMOUS ARMY FLYERIS DEAD Lieutenant Cornelius One of Three Killed in Crash CASHIER FREED BY CONFESSION ST Ohio Sept 25 attempt to lynch Lester Ber ry IS and Mrs Cioldle Wheeler 21 residents ot near here by it band of night riders a week ago last Sunday night was revealed here to day when the Bclmont county grand jury returned an indictment against John Ksorhardt also of Barton charging riotous conspiracy Miss Hannah Gallagher Berrys sweetheart also of Barton escaped from the mob and ran to her luine Stopped by Masked Men I According to the story the three re lated to the grand jury Berry nr3 Ma sweetheart went for a ride ac companied by Mrs Wheeler They were stopped by a band of masked men dressed in white robes trimmed In red Miss Gallagher mndo ler escape and ran to her home Berry and Mrs Wheeler were taken o a clump of trees and strung up While they were dangled from the rec HmTjs with their toes merely ouchlnj the ground the mask slipped rom the alleged leaders face and hey were nble to recognize him Ordered Cut Down t The alkKed leader then was said to have given orders that they be cm down They were admonished to return home and mention the incident to no one under the of death Instead at obeying the injunction the victims called the county prosccu tor and related their experiences The matter was promptly placed before the grand Jury testunt chaplain Yet Leopold Is gen erally believed to have been the brains ot the prison outbreak a few months ago which has cost so far several Innocent lives and resulted in the hanging of three Loeb find Leopold were the students whose crime marked the birth of the thrill1 murder They were defended by Clarence Davrow Chicago criminal lawyer whose slrat ngjt thenventer pleas of guilty waa one of a series ofoston Ishlng developments that marked the entire case Following this introduced testimony the object which as he expressed it was not o kcoii them from paying for their crime but to prevent their luinp hanged The court In pnsslns tlu double sentences recommended thnt neither should he granted i parole no mnUer how long they might serve ClnbiuiRh rilcl not explain what the irror In tho mittimus was Mittimus Fulls Specify Loeb and Leopold were sentenced o lift imprisonment and Sl Ir Clabaugh explained today The nittlmue however did not specify vhefher thn terms were to bo consocu ft or concurrent and tlio mittimus silent their terms run eoncur speech ot acceptance that the republ cnn partys record during the las seven and a half yeara constitutes period of rare courage and icadershl and With party responsibilities S his text and a stale next dour lo Teapot Dome as his battleground the demo cratic nominee in his fourth speech of the campaign In this valley of Montana last night traced tho his tory ot the oil velermis bureau and alien property custodian dlscnwurcs and directed a plea to the republican nominee whom he charged with sitting ileiiUy by during the enactment ot his story of intrigue and cor to show how he can look kk with any degree of satisfaction l that record Governor Smith delivered his speech jefore a crowd that taxed the capacity SINGLE CHANNEL ORDEROFBOARD FOR 2 STATIONS Protests of Iowa Delega tions Win New Allo cation WASHINGTON Sept 2B AP The federal radio commission today agreed to give the state of Iowa one fulltime cleared ra dio channel to be taken from the quota assigned the city of Chicago under the new alloca IOWA FORECAST Generally fair Tuesday night and Wednesday heavy to killing frost Tuesday nlglit sliffhdy wanner Wcrtnesitny in extreme wesi portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather liffures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Tuesday Highest Monday decrees Lowest in NlglK 32 At 8 A M Tuesday 37 degrees The third frost of this autumn ar rived Monday night Altho the tem perature was exactly tho same as on SAN DIEGO Sept 25 Saturday was W L Cornelius one of the less frost for the reason that the wind nrmys Three Musketeers of the Air never really subsided There s some who figured In the recent Los Angeles air races was killed heretoday when his plane crashed with another In mid air at Rockwell field Cornelius was one of two surviving members ot the trio Lieut J J Wil liams having been killed at the nlr races at Los Angeles two weeks ago Lieut Irving A Woodring now is the sole survivor The Three Musketeers were mem bers of the ninetyfifth pursuit squad ron who formerly were In thesame flight nt Selfrldfje field Michigan when they were attached to the first pursuit squadron Lieutenant Cor nelius home waa at Fort Smith Ark nnd the longer term Imprison nent for life rules In matters pa Life prisoners are eligible for after 20 years under ordinary tir cumstanees with special allowances for good prison records The best sihlo allowance Mr Clabaugh said permit them to apply for parole after 1J years aryl three months ir the penitentiary nnd both Loch nnf Leopold holding what Mr Clabaugh called the choicest positions avail to trusties apparently are imk K exceptionally good records The mittimus was signed by tho JlldKe pronouncing KenteiuC by tho states attorney who directed prosecu tion and by the court dork of the Shrine temple and applauded lim ut frequent intervals especially when he concluded by Baying that It Id be exceedingly harmful If the American people were willing to look back complacently over that past and callit a record of great accomplish Walsh WUeeler Applaud Senator Thomas T Walsh who pros ecuted tho oil Inquiries and Senate Burton K Wheeler who had a leading part in the Oaugherty investigation during the llardingCuolldKC regime both Montiimms silt on the platform rul both joined in tho ImidcluppinK U important junctures of the speech Hovernor John lirhkson of llso sat neaf the candidate who lo lay starts tlin long Jump biclc ID his Ultive statr of Now York with two noro speeches on bis SI Paul Thursday nisht ami at Mihvau ico Saturday nlKhf After attending tile New York slate convention at HocheMter next Monday no Will return to Albany and rest he dofM lie Bat i tlio of tin ho remainder of the week before tali Ing the stump again tion plan effective Nov 11 Commissioner PIckard who mada thb announcement at the cloie of twoday conference between the com mission Governor Hammlll and Rep resentative Cole of Iowa said that the channel would be availableon ttiiual time sharlnn busls betwcenj WHO es Mnlnes mid WOC port Plckaid said It has not been mined which Chicago station woulel ose its channel but said that thW vouM he determined at a meeting oC lfiiiro broadcasters with tho sHiou to be called within IL short imt i Hani Solve Says Fickiinl The situation Is extremely diftt cult to said ng lliat the commission anticipated strenuous protests from the Chicago station which will be deprived ot wave The commission believed nt the time It the allocation IB tinUl that the Iowa listeners would be better served by an arrangement ittlc nrsument as to what proportion of Norlh Iowas corn Is past frost dan ger but a number of observers have expressed the opinion that It was I above threefourths Cromley Retracts Charge Satterfield Knew of Bank Fraud MAUSHALLTOWN Sept 25 A statement by Hoy Cromley former assistant cashier of the defunct Rhodes Savings bank of JHiodes ncnr exonerating J P Snttcrfield former cashier has resulted in dropping of charges of making false banking en tries returned nbainst Sntterffeld by tho county grand jury recently Cromley who Is under a 5 year sen tence for conviction or making false first Implicated Satterfield but now haa admitted the cashici knew nothing of his manipulation of the Imnkn books to cover up drafts foi an unnamed depositor who was ploy ing the board of Gilmore to Remain as Philippine Executive Sept 25 Yielding to the desires of Gov Henry L SUmson of the Philippine Islands Kugene A Gilmore will continue as vice governor he announced today Professor Gilmore said he will sail in ibout 10 days for the islands he has been vice governor for sb years Will Rogers YORK Sept re publicans of New York have a very strong candidate for governor Mr Ottlnger from up slate Now the democrats have figured t out that on ac count of him icing Jewish and Mr Smith Cath olic that what they needed to balance tho tick et would bo some protcstant from New York City and they got to looking around and couldnt find one John K o a c h Straton the last WJLU ROGERS lurvlvor h a left You hcnr 10 people back here nsk who Is going to pilch for the Yan kees tomorrow but you dont hear one ask who is going to be elected Yours WILL Copyright 22 FIRE VICTIMS BURIED TOGETHER Common Grave Provided for Those Killed in Madrid Theater MADRID Sept 25 of tlio more thnn 100 victims of the lantc and fire in the Novenndes hea ter were buried this morning in ommon grave Government nnd off dais led by Premier de Rivera nn the mayor of Madrid headed the halt milelong funeral procession A spccia lot was provided in tne cemetery the huge grave The funeral this morning was ot povertystricken victims whose famil ies could not afford individual plots and ceremonies The government has come to tiie aid of these families Sev eral scoreother funerals have been set tor this afternoon and tomorrow Workers worn still searchins the ruins today Authorities estimate that tho death list might mount to 140 fioveruoi1 Smith opened his address last night ivltli a reference to a TLKN TO 1AGK S COLUMN 5 GUILTYPLEAOF SLAYERREFUSED ionolulu Youth Ordered to Prepare for De fense HONOLULU Sept Ills d ire to iilead guilty nnd accept uufc usttce for tlio slaying of Oill Jamie on denied by territorial Viitaka today faced peedy jury trial nnd equally swlf ustloo In the islands fast moving kid naping murder drama Less than six days after ho kic naped the 10 year old son of rick Honolulu bankei rom school FukunaKo was indielo vesterday and nnalgned before Ci cult Judxo Alva E Steadman who n fused to accept the Japanese nti dents plea of Guilty The judge advised the confessed slayer that territorial law forbade a plea of guilty to a first degree mur der charge nnd required making a do Accordingly the Judge said he would appoint a defense attorney to day Tlifi slayer who has fold polirp he killed the boy within a few hours af Irr the kidnaping nnd before he col lected ransom from tho fren zied father has expressed willingness to die for his crime Local law pro scribes that two days must elapse af ter conviction by a jury before scn tenco cm be passed and ll duys 1 D y J broadcast simultaneously ondifferent waves which they would share with Pacific const stations would 1e able to miko use of the time differential and broadcast until l p in However If lowana prefer ono whole lime channel wo will give It lo Joel Tattle soerolary of tho Den Muines chninber of and Alexander executives direc tor of tho GroaliT Dcs Mntnos rom nilttes also attended closed con lerenco to protest tinassignment plan as atiplltd to Iowa Thfy oantondcd Rlnllon WHO locntcd near the enter of tho stnle wiis tho moat in view f Pr tlin listeners Itonrd From Sept 5 ilm Hammlll nnd llepresiMitatlvn C Colo conferred bore with members f radio commission in an fort lo have Iowas radio facilities usrcnseil o i point whore as tho overnor expressed II tho needs of in public and mt of private capital III lir pwirinK nt the conference eld behind closed duors were Alex mlrr Iilxbugb executive director ot lie Groator Molnos committee ml Joel Tuttle secretary of tho loinen chamber of coinmevcu who ar specifically In lifhalf of station VHo or that city nskinif increase in in Rorvico anil power and time IVoplf in Inwa id ill plain words that iroplo of Iowa rosontod being discrlm naleil against In favor ot lliiniinlll after And we demanded that OUF receive its equitable share ot iroadcaptlng governor and Mr Cole said they worn equally interested In all lowft stations which they said wera serving tho state better than any TlRN TO R I elapse between sentencing and execlt ion In case the extreme penalty Is Plymouth Has New List of Officers PLYMOUTH Sept a meet ing at Mrs the annual election of W C T II officers was held loivs IVecldont Tenny vice president Mrs Harrlel Chesebro vice president Clans Bccretnry Mrs Florence treasurer Xorn limit Four Ventura Persons Attend U B Conference VICNTTUIA Kept and Mrs Avis Mrs Jacob Slorok ami Mrs fleorKft doodling are in attendance at thn IT I fonfercnii with liurtrnclinm to procure a preacher finVentira for the RomliiK year A years siihiry li tlx church AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I hate to feel this way I feel so good Im ashamec to set nn lo nothin an feel so bad 1 hate to   

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