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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 17, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                DAI iy NEWSPAPER foft rtti AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED wins REPORT MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17 1928 UNITED pRBsa AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NOT ENGLISHMAN DARES ATLANTIC IN TINY PLANE Smith Challenges Hoover to G 0 P CLAIMS BRANDEDMYTH BY NEW YORKER Cites Alleged Failure to Provide for Soldiers Oct 17 Ing Missouri to ponder over his triple assault on Coolklge economy Governor Smith carries his partys slandard into Illinois today to await the signal for the seventh and last speech of bis second campaign tour Chicago was the destination of the democratic presidential nominee who planned to board his special train hero in the forenoon The schedule Kills for his arrival at oclock to night In the Lake Michigan metropo lis and for stops enroute for rear platform appearances at Springfield Eoomington Joliet and possibly oth er Illinois cities The governor will spend three nights in Chicago his speech being planned for Friday night Paints Tlireo Slashing into republican claims of huge savings in the cost of govern ment in recent years the nominee in his address last night before fin audi ence that packed the huge livestock pavilion at the state fairgrounds and cheered him on painted what he called three with economy claims as hs model After charging his opposition with predicating its campaign upon mis nominee took up onomy CROWDS SEE ARRIVAL OF GERMAN DIRIGIBLE tiirn economyand rxood business methods formed one of the grossest fallacies offered by the republican Picture No as he called It led the governor thru a maze of figures on what moneys he said were actually spent during the last two republican administrations and he was loudly applauded whenhe said that all of the departments of the government to gether in 3927 cost more A piirl ot tlio thousands who gathered at Lakelnirst N Monday afternoon to see the arrival of the Graf Zepnclin after completinc the ocean flight from Germany The ship was moored to a mast at the Lalceliiirst hangar until fho wJnd clieil down sufficiently to put the ship into the hangar 2 Freeze to Death in Blizzard Seven Marooned RADIO RULING Refusal of Station to Obey Orders to Be Heard in Court CHICAGO Oct 17 new test of the radio act of 1927 was begun when the government filed suit in dis trict court to enjoin operators than they did In He challenged jdio station WMBB WOK Herbert Hoover and President Coolsuminj broadcasting in defiance of idge whom he described as the chief an order of the Federal Radio corn apostle of to disprove the mission The suit was believed to be statistics he read Trick For the third picture the nominee chose as his subject the neglect or tlie postponement or the failure to ap propriate for certain wellknown wants of the In this connec tion he charged the Washington ad minltsration with a new kind of trick bookkeeping which he said could not the first instituted Ijy the government to force compliance with the Tlie American Bond and Mortgage company and the Trianon ballroom op erated the station prior to the re ullocation of wave lengths when the commission refused to renew its li cense The commission1 ruled that the station was 1 purely commercial pro ject charging advertisers tor space and would crowd preferred stations off the air operate in the state of New York Near the end of his address Sover nor Smith seized upon a report made The Joint operators have published by Chairman Work ofthe republican an advertisement announcing that national committee while be was secre tary of the Interior in which he WAS Quoted as having said tlie government was trying to feed Indian children at the rate of nine cents a day per child and a statement once made by Secre tary of War Davis calling attention that housing facilities for the Ameri can soldiers amounted to almost a tional This he said was ft fair example of TURN TO PAGE 5 COIA1MN 5 The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet of 144 Candy Recipes When a fine fresh dainty candy passed happy the hostess who can answer the admiring ques tions with I made It myself Candies in any variety can be made at home A booklet of 144 tested recipes from bur Washing ton information bureau will be an invaluable guide Here are candies of all sorts but all for making in kitchen without special equipment Candy for the dinner table for gifts the party Have some thing new and delightful for a sur prise Use the coupon Frederic J Haskin Director The Mason City GlobeGazelle Information Bureau Washington D C I inclose herewith 6 cents tn coin or stumps for a copy of the booklet CANDY RECIPES Name Street they would resume broadcasting Oct 22 Tlie government contends that op eration without a license would con stitute an obstruction ot Interetate commerce EXECUTION OF BEITZEL STAYED Appeal From Murder Ver dict of Former Philadel 1 phian to Be Made LOS ANGELES Oct 17 cution of Russell St Glair lieitzel at San Qticntln prison Nov 30 for the slaying of bis sweetheart Barbara Mauger automatically was stayer with the filing of documents and transcripts of the with the clerk of the supreme court here The papers were filed in connec tion with an appeal from the verdict of a jury which recently found Bcit 7el a former PhilaFIelphia depart ment store manager guilty of first de gree murder Rising Temperatures Bid Fair to Relieve Snowbound Rlsingrtemperatures and rain today brot of relief fromthe mid winter blizzard which has swept the Rqcky mountains for three nays claiming two seven persons on Pikes Pealc and endanger ing hundreds of deer hunters scat tered thruout the wild Colorado high lands The dead are Joe Miller 65 a sheep herder frozen to death near Faison and James Lindsey 32 a Color ado of Mines graduate who froze to death near Covtez while deer hunting An unidentified oil driller was missing from the Prairie Oil and Gas companys holdings near Kuck Springs VVyo Mr and Mrs Alex Simonson and J I Nichols employes of the com pany which operates the Summit house on Pikes peak were snow bound in the house feet above sea level but their position was not believed dangerous ns they have large supply of food and adequate fuel Half way up the peak at Glen Cove Mrs A Beery Dolly Meredith Carl Anderson am William Shanks other employes of the concessions company were stranded in the halfway house Snow plows manned by many volun teer workmen early today began work ing their way cog road and It was hoped to rescue the seven per sons by tonight The fate of many of the estimated doer hunters caught In the wake of the unseasonable storm re malned In doubt today altho fear for the safety of hunters caught on the western slope Sunday was relieved with higher temperatures that began melting the snow Fort Dodge Woman Gives G 0 P Talks in Winnebago County FOREST CITY Oct Gladys W Griffith Fort Dodge vice chairman of the tenth district republi can organization in company with Mrs C E Robinson Forest City vice chairman of Winnebago county Is on a tour of tho county today speaking In tho interests of the HooverCurtis ticket Talks were scheduled at Lake Mills Thompson Hake and Sear ville Tonight the principal speech of the day will be made by Mrs Griffith ir the courthouse at S p m LOCAL STATISTICS Fair in northwest portion Froli ably rain in cast anil south central portions Wednesday night Cooler in exirainc south nortiun Thurs day partly cloudy to clouiiy with rising temperatures and possibly showers in northwest portion IOWA FORECAST weather figures for 21 hour period ending nt S oclock n m Wednesday i Highest Tuemuiy fi Decrees Louest Jxi Night 43 Degrees At 8 A M Wednesday 47 Decrees Kainfall of nn Inch The less said about Tuesdays weather the less there will be for Cali fornia to talk It was chilly and miserable generally speakng And Wednesday morning opened no better The wind was from the east and there mlsl in bo air TWO WITNESSES REFUSE ANSWERS Power Probe Commission Will Appeal to Court for Ruling J ter two witnesses from the Electric Bbnd and Share compahy had ie fused today to answer questions put to them in the federal trade commis sions power invoatlgaton Commis sioner jVlcCulloch servednotice that tlio commission would take recourse to law to compel representatives of tlio company to give the Information desired McCullochs decision followed in structions given by John 1 MacLare counsel for the Electric Bond and Share company to Ralph B a vica president and A U Smith comptroller that they werenot re quired to answer nuesUons or produce documents bearing on the financial records of their organization In accordance with this both Feagln and Smith had refused answers to questions by Robert E Healy com mission counsel regarding any pay ments made by their company to In Hiienea public opinion against muni cipal ownership Contrary to position Commissioner JtcCulloeh contender that the information sought comes squarely within thesonale resolution ordering this investigation and also tho powers conferred on tho commis sion by the act which created Ho said if such power was not available to the commission then tlie Walsh resolution and thefederal trade commissions statute were pieces of waste paper and nothing CHILDREN ARE HURT IN BLAST Explosion in School Stove Similar to Episode in Illinois Oct 17 A country school dynamiting similar to that which occurred near Ottawa a year ago had the Vcrdigre countryside aroused today Two small children injured in the explosion wtjre in a hospital painfully tho not seriously hurt The dynamite as was the case In tho Illinois brtmblng was planted in the schoolhouse stove Only the fact that the children bail gone outside to play just before the explosion rocked the building prevented a heavy casual ty list The stove was blown to pieces and n large hole was blown in the roof Miss Agnes Motlca the teacher had walked to Uio door to the children back to their classes when the dynamite exploded escaping liarm RewnnTs Total AURORA Oct 17 ers of the 1 IT Freeman school un der construction were being sought today under the spur of rewards total Ing The bomb exploding early yester day caused an estimated damage of wrecking that pnrt ot the building which was to be use ns a gymnasium Officials could ahscribe no j for the dynamite attack I Graf Zeppelin May Make Chicago Visit Eckener Planning Return Flight CAMPAIGN FROM FRONT PORCH IS HOOVERS WISH St Louis Likely Place of Address on Trip to California By JAMES WEST Associated Press Stuff Writer WASHINGTON Oct 17 bert Hoover is to conduct a front porch campaign during tho week in tervening betwen his last eastern trip that to New York City next Monday and his departure for his California home to vote on election dny In that period a number ot dele gations are expected to call on the republican presidential candidate at bis headquarters here and in his talks to them be wil emphasize what lie has advanced as tho paramount issues of the campaign and the man ner In which his party will deal with them If It is granted a further ea tenalon of the administration ot gov Passengers Expect to Fly Back to Europe NEW YORK Oct 17 The Graf Zeppelin plans to start a return flight to Germany in about 10 days First however after repairs have been made to her damaged fin she will makea tour of eastern United Stales Announcement of his plnns was made by Dr Hugo Eckcner Cum mander oC the big nlr cruiser during L breathing spell in the rcccptior which the city gtivc him Ills officers crew and passengers on the milo flight The damaged horizontal fin the mishap which threatened disaster ofl Bermuda will be repaired by tho cue oC the week ho Then the Zcp pelin will start her tour of United States cities Pittsburgh Akron Ohio Detroit and perhaps Chicago ml some other cities were lister by Dr Eelccncr in his tentative Itln erary Return Trip Three Days Altho the trip from Friedriclishafen to required almost fivo days Capt 15 II Lehman first oLti rer believes tlie return voyage will IK madeIn two days less time Favor 1 Two Between the visits of these delega tions Hoover will find time to pre pare the last two formal speeches he will make during the campaign one to be delivered in tlie middle west while he Is enroute to Palo Alto and the other over the radio from the his home on the afternoon of Nov 5 While the Itinerary ot the trans continental trip still is to be approved finally the G O I3 standard bearer probably will leave Washington on Oct 20 or 30 and make bis speech en route on either Nov 1 or 2 A nationwide radio hookup has been arranged tentatively for Nov 2 but It Is stated that this can be changed to the night of Nov 1 if that dato fits In better with Itoovery plans Just at present the republican candidate is leaning toward St as tlie place for the delivery of his last talk In the middle west Will Talk Farm Aid This not only Is the largest city In What is regarded generally as one of the doubtful border states but it also s on the edge ot the great farming belt While Hoover lias given little thot to the topic of this address tlie nnlu ral assumption Isthat he will devote a considerable portion of It to farm re lief His Palo Alto radio talk will embody both a final call to the voters to support the republican ticket na tional congressional and state and a plea for all of those qualified to exer cise the right of suffrage to cast their ballots on election day Will Rogers NEW YORK Oct openwl up our shoii laat nlsbt PuKing on a Fred Stone show without Fred is about like Ringllng being in ills circus and announcing that be is sorry but the e I e phantfi clowns and horses were not with It Tjinrly attend cd our opening to pay his ro spects to the clever daughter of bis fallen av iator r ie n d Thats b ee n Freds greatest worry was that his fall given such wide pub licity might in Juro the game but an accident like that might happen to any one Hoover opens here next Monday night Its pretty tough for getting when the other can dldiates are showing all over the country for nothing Their leaders even conscript people to make em go in and listen to them Sours ROGERS Copyright 1WR ROSENDAHL TO TELL OF ZEPPELIN FLIGHT OVER RADIO AT 7 30 NEW YOHK Com Charles B RosendjUil Unitefl fci dirigible Los Angeles who was a passenger on the Oral Zeppelin will tell of bis experiences over a radio hookup tonight He will be Introduced by Amelia Earhnrt the first to make a successful flight across the At lantic The program will start at p central time WOC Daven port WHO Des llolncs and WOW Omaha will participate President Coolitltfc chatting with the liiiif of Spain over tho tclcplioiio nt the United Stntcs Cluimlier of Conmierre hutldmg in Washington inaugurating inter imtitNinl telephone service between the United States and Spain FEE PLAN IS NOT AN ISSUE HAUGEN CLAIMS Attention Should Be Paid to Tariff FLYER LEAVES HARBOR GRACE FOR HOMELAND VlacDonald Alone Sure Hell Make It to England OT JOHNS N Oct 17 3 H C Mac Donald English aviator ook off from Harbor Grace to day in a Moth type airplane in an attempt to fly across the Atlantic ocean to England MacDonald who la 28 years old came Newfoundland about three veeks ago and began assembling hli llano in preparation for tho attempt Altho he said ho had had only 60 hours ot flying he waff confident he could make tho flight nlono in the small plnne Since bis arrival here the young English flyer lias been awaiting fa vorablo weather conditions Ho had declared that he would not taks off until be bad u that every thing was right MacDonald said that the flight was being financed privately He was as sisted In preparing for the flight by A F Williams a mechanic who ac companied him tram England Weather IB Uncertain Commander MacDonald who an officer of tho British had an nounced that be would not attempt the flight If the weather was not fa vorable by midOctober Reports re ceived here from Harbor Grace today indicated that it none too favor able when the young aviator termlned to wait no longer able NvmUs are counted on to speed tlio journey Krnest Brandenburg German undersecret ary for aviation in the ministry of transportation wlio ssed tlio Atlantic on tlie Dieppe I in d most of tJio passengers have re served accommodations for the return CHARLES CITr Oct Disclaim ing the cqiiallzatlon fee of the recen HcNaryHiiugen bill as a political Is sue in lie present Con Gillicit N Haugen of North in on atltlrcsa mnUe here las niglit charactorlzod the fee as ii mer detail n economic solution oC difficulties and asseiIed It could con vcnientiy be aslcie if a better plan is devisprl Rcpresenlatlve saM consid erable attention slionlil be paid to existing tnrlfC on agricultura modities by congress It another method believed better or equally as sooil in devised it will raise for the newest of iantic liners was voiced by most of LUG passengers of the moat en thusiastic wan Count BrnmlcnsteEn Zeppelin soninlaw o the originator f tlio riprul airship lie satd he wished Ins fatherinlaw havo niade the trip lio pAlcl apodal to the crew at which handled tho Zeppelin on her arrival there Tn all my experience with airships I never saw a Rreat dirigiblemaneuvered with such ho said One Wont Go Rack One exception to the list of enthu aKtic was Frederick GU Cillan an American at Ivucerne ltenJand who was sick most of the way across as a result oC being1 de prived of Ills tobacco He is an inveterate smoker and salt that ho did not know smoking was forbidden until after he hnd scheduled Ilia passage Only the pleadings of hia friends persuaded him to go thru with It he paid Grace Drumnionrt Hay the only woman passenger had a pood TURN TO PAGK 5 COLUMN 4 Liquor Interests Try to Shackle Churches in Iowa Says McNaught DICK MOINES Oct 17 IJqnor sympathizers in Iowa are attempting to shackle tbc bands of churches in their crusade against violation S P McNa light bend of I he A nilI men Saloon league charged today In an attack on forces in tlie state In several communities Smith pro liquor workers have attempted lt prevent churches from conducting law inforcement McNnuglu of course be consideration when the matter comes up for consul oration ami solution ullwlll in the pnst exercisft thoir best judg ment and vote as their conscious dic tates for the plan believed to ho in the best Interests of nepresenta tive HaiTgcn said No Timo to Question Motives In of tbe many differences oC opinion ntt to dclalla I believe It is ife to assume that ff not all a large TO n FIND NO TRACE OF TWO BANDITS Robbers of Moravia Bank Still Free Loot Put at CBNTERVILLB Oct Search was being pushed by Iowa and Missouri authorities today for two men who yesterday took currency and gold estimated at between anil from the Moravia State Sav ings bank inrt fled In a IIQIV Ford se dan bearing Illinois license plates Tbe robbery was not discovered until an hour after Its perpetration at irbund atthe central standard pinna carried 100 gallons of iiiel which Commander MacDonald was confident would be more than enough carry him to England He ex to pressed confidence that his experience as a navigator gained during his naval career would muko It possible for him to pick his over the At lantic to Ills destination without dif ficulty Mac Donalds Ciypny Moth plane la lint a midget compared to Lindberghs Spirit of St Known us an aerial sports car It ins a whig spread of only 20 feet ami when emptied welglis less than SCO pounds Kxtra fuel tanks were fitted to the erlving tt a range about 35 sufficient for 3 GOO miles cruls The fourcylimlor aircooled motor only SJ to JOO horse power eom aiRd with 2f0 Testn liave shown tlmt it can rfjn without trouble for periods of 24 hours and nore Too Small fur Wireless Tlio fiypsy Moth is thp plane In vlilch W Hope won the last kings cup Cor L race around England and iia craft in ken liy Capt G De ITavJ and on an altitude record brcaklnR light for two eoated lighted biplanes The plane Is too small for wireless 11 addition to Its other load and floats would be useless tn keep so tiny a maohino afloat on the Atlantic rollers Commander JlarDonald n compani live novice at piloting altho a skilled navigator after only eight hours nolo flying took n plane on a lomj fill flight thru Kurope MexicoU S Planning International Airport Oct 37 international airport half In United halt in Mexico will jte built hero 4 oclock closing time when John McCord cauhier made his cries liearil tliru tile walls of tlie vault In which lio and Mrs Hyron Jllntt assistant nishirr had been locked by Hie gun Hainlils Oft The liquor interests realize that any prohibition activity on the pnrt of tho churches can do no good for the cause of their Tammany candi date McORHKK Oct 17 Two men wearing smoked glasses locked fivo employes of the Citizens banh here in the vault and escaped with slnrled search for them 3f Minnesota to Speak for Hoover on Radio Ninth District Workers f uct IOr VOteS j A A Hurnriuist a nalive lowan who ATLANTIC Oct 17 Minnesotas World war govcr cratli leaders of tlie ninth Iowa conj nor will tell inn world via radio to gresnional dstrict met here today in morrow wliy ho is for Herbert Hoover to 1 call sfnt out by District for president Chairman M P runway Atlantic Jo from Iinnl arrangements for tlie political bore Inmnrrniv between 2 and campaign In this district were made p central standard lime AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen The itch is the most tan talizin thing there is except a iushand that acts like a martyr when you burn tlie   

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