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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 1, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITIOH VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA THUESDAY NOVEMBER 1 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 20 500 ATTEND McNIDER FUNERAL Leland Determan Mason City Dies in MRS VIRGIL P ALLEN AND RG PUTMAPJURED Two Cars Collide Head On on Clear Lake Road ONE person is dead and four others are seriously in jured in local hospitals as a result of a headon auto col lision about two miles from Mason City on the Clear Lake road about 1 oclock Thursday morning Leland Detferman 806 North Adams avenue died at a m Thursday at the Mercy hos pital He did not regain con sciousness after the accident Virgil P Allen Clear Lake was only partly conscious at p m Thursday at the Mercy hospital Ray mond Determan brother of Leland is also at the Mercy hospital in a serl condition No one has yet been Jle to tell how tlio accident oc i MIS Virgil Allen is at the Park hos Ital ano wis still In a Bemtiepnsclous STUDENT THRILL SLAYERS Georgo Ilarsli 19 Ogletliorpe university student whom police allege confessed to n series of holdups ami two stay lugs in Atlanta On impli cated Rlchnrjl Gray Gallogly 18 also an Ogletliorpo student as driver of the automobile used in their forays on drug and grocery stores SMITH SCORED BY HAMMILL IN HAMPTON TALK Governor Appeals for Hoover Support at Road Celebration HAMPTON Nov completion ot Franklin countys first stretch ot paving which extends from the northern boundary of the county to Hardin on the Jefferson highway was celebrated here yesterday with a bar becue lunch speaking and other en Charge Keyes With Taking Bribe Los Angeles Prosecutor In dicted by Grand Jury LOS ANGELES Nov 1 District Attorney Asa Keycs in dicted last night for bribery pleaded not guilty when arraigned in supoHor court today Sotting of the rtato went over tem porarily LOS ANGELES Nov 1 In dlctment against Asa Keycs promi nent district attorney of Los Angeles county charging willful and corrup misconduct in offico was returns tertainment In afternoon and eve oro ast night by the county grani Smith Assails Republican Managers for Fooling IS Thu teeiivlx street 3 parkhospitalwitli the two Determanboys had been to Crystal Lake where they had been doing some electrical repair They were coming home In a Dodge coupe when they collided with the Ford Tudor driven by Allen near the airport Jlr and Mrs Allen were returning home from a party in Mason City According to the story oE Putman he was sleeping at the time of the crash When I came to he said I saw Mrs Allen lying on the pavement I tried to nick her up but could hard ly stand myself Funeral on Saturday Raymond Determan was conscious during the whole time and directed passing motorists where to take them Fred Kcihler reported the accident to the police station and Officers Bu chanan and LlnnenUamp went out They took Allen to the Mercy hospl tal Ray and Iceland Determan taken there by a passing motorist Dale Baylor Brlstow Putman and Mrs Allen to the Park hospital Funeral Saturday Funeral services for Inland Deter man will he held Saturday morning at Ihe Holy Family church The Rev Father Murphy will officiate A rosary will be said for him at his home Thursday night Ho is survived by two sisters Mrs Margaret Lemker 521 Twentieth street southeast and Mrs Sarah Maloney Chicago His mother Mrs Jennio Determan 805 North Adama nnd three brothers Louis Henry and Curtis Is to Talk Tariff Appearance of Heck ler at Des Maines Is Off Nominee Says Opposition Is in Panic on Farm Relief Raymond also survive him born Jan 14 1312 He was f The world Is a better place In which to live because of the hanging of Wil liam and It would be still further improved with a lot of othei hangings Webster City Freman Journal AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I knew Id have plenty o company The dub met to day an they all pay their calls while theyre dressed up for it BULLETIN DKS MOINES Nov 1 J Livingston Spencer the hcclt Icr who brot out the too damn dumb sttfement at Senator Curtis address in Spencer last month announced today that he would not bt in Curtis audience tonight He hud prcvlnusly announced that lie would resume his ques tioning of te nominee on his visit hero tonight lly FRANCIS M STEPHENSON Associated Press Staff Writer ENROUTE WITH SENATOR CUR TIS TO DES MOINES Nov 1 A suggestion for tho establishment of an Interstate marketing corporation was offered by Senator Curtis the u publlcan vicepresidential nominee in a discussion of farm relief last night at Sioux Falls S Dak Making the bend toward home frcin the northwest today the senator was still in the farm belt and he was to talk farm relief and tariff protec tion again tonight at Des Molnes Purely Personal Idea He mads It plain in his South Da tola speech that the interestate mar keting corporation proposal was purely personal one and ha added hat ho was ready to cooperate with he farmers and legislators in putting TgrlcuHure on an equality with all tht other industries of our country However the suggestion was loci ed upon with significance In view of Curlts position as republican leader of the senate Ho previously had aJ vanced a similar proposal in congress iut when it was sidetracked for the McNaryHaugen bill he supported the measure which President vetoed Tho veteran campaigner encounter cd his first snow storm the ycr at Sioux Falls but he apoke to an audience which almost filled tho spi cious aduitorium He was cheered in a vigorous attack upon Govcrno Smith whom he charged has chans ed his mind so often It is utterly in possible to Jteep up with him Propounds Questions DES MOINES Nov 1 ai vertisement entitled Too Dam TURN TO PAGE 22 COLUJIN Z Davenport Man Seeks McNiders Place on Federal Reserve Boarc DAVENPORT Nov 1 Green president of the First Nntlona bank here will be a candidate to su ceert the lato C H McNidor Maso City banker as a member of the hoar of directors o the federal bank ot the seventh district acnor Inftto action inken today by the dire tors of the bank iiAKOLD OLIVER Associated Prtss NEW YORK Nov 1 dash Into NeWrJersey where he criti cised his republican opposition for what lie characterized as fooling of tho people on all the big questions the day Governor Smith has wound up his campaign away from home From now until election day ho will concentrate his efforts on his homo state of New York with Its 45 elec toral votes Speeches In Brooklyn tomorrow night on state issues and In New York ity Saturday night will conclude the overnora appearances before large i nipaign audiences He will make ft adlo appeal from his suite in the otel Biltmore on election eve after Herbert Hoover has had his final say i the voters from Palo Alto Gal Greeted by Thousands Last night Smith spoke at the one undred thirteenth regiment armory lewark after having been acclaimed f thousands ot torchbearing well ishers during his trip by automobile iru Hoboken Jersey City and other oints enroute He tore Into the re ublfcan campaigners In sarcastic ishion particularly as to their argu lents nnd farm relief He attacked Hoovers speech made 1 the same armory several weeks ago nd assailed Charles Evans Hughes nd Senator Borah the mention ot hose name brot boos from the audl nce Hughes ho said amid laughter lould have been the republican can ning and an ambitious Halloween parade in tho evening Chilly weather in the atterifoon and misty rain In the evening detracted somewhat from he crowd but tho enthusiasm ran igh Gov John Hommill principal spcak r at the afternoon meeting In the Windsor theater delivered an appeal for Herbert Hoover and ridiculed the ambiguous indorsement of the prin ciples of the McNaryHaugen bill by Smith as a mere smokescreen Urges State Bond Issue In his prefatory remarks Governor Hammill congratulated Franklin coun ty on the completion of Its paving and urged voters of the county to stand behind the state bond Issue to be passed upontNov 0 as a rneansoi giving the state unified system ot Gcvmtios ing have everything to win and noth ing to lose by this course he Insist ed ZEP STOWAWAY Representative T J B Hobinson and Judge Evans the state supreme court came In for some fulsome praise at the hands of the governor Judge Evans had Introduced the governor after being presented himself to the crowd by Judge Sherwood Clock The Hampton Commercial club was In charge of the clays celebration In cluding the barbecue lunch The St Lawrence waterway ques tion presents one the foremost TURN TO PAGE 12 COLUMN 5 TURN TO PAGE 25 COLUMN 1 a jury which also filed an accusation1 in superior court demanding his re movat from office The indictment charged thnt Keyes who gained widespread publicity in the investigation of the Aimee Scmpl McPherson disappearance case and 1 the conviction of William Edwar Hickman who was recently execir ed had accepted money from severa persons in exchange for dismissal ndletments against them or failln in that acquittal at the hands Juries One of the counts alleged that ICoye took from Jacob Berman nlla Jack Bennett in consummating a alleged agreement ty which Berma escaped conviction on charges ero in if out of the failure Vtarelast fall of th Be Cbnrges Conspiracy The grand jurys accusation Jnelud d the charge thst Keyes conspired Berman and B IT Rosenberg and ack Rosenberg to effect their ncquit al of charges Involved In tho collapse f the corporation in a gigantic stock Secret Indictments against an undis losed number other pelsons also returned Bench warrants for the district at erney nnd for the others named in I le Indictments were Issued last night lie grand jury recommended that TURN TO PAGE 22 COLUMN J COOLIDGE AND GEN PERSHING SEND MESSAGES Simplicity Marks Last Rites for Eocal Financier Industrial and Banking Leaders Here s rHE funeral service for Charles H McNider was Held at Ml home 232 Second street southeast at 12 oclock Thurs day i As planned by the family it was a service marked by simplicity It consisted of the reading of the Episcopal burial service by the Rev CBurnett Whitehead rector of St Episcopal church the vestry of which Mr McNider had beent a member Spirit Love irl Refuses More Details Tho Death Is Near Self Burned Woman Wont Change Story LAKE BLUFF Nov 1 They gave Blfrleda Knaak her last chance today to change her story of selfimmolation ot burning herself feet arms and head to prove her faith in the weird spirit love she has persistently professed And she would not change It It was the pretty boolc agentpsych ology students last chance Doctors said her death was a matter of hours only and Sheriff Doollttle and George Hargrave private detec tive said it was vital to their investi gation that they have from the dying womans own lips a more believable story ot what happened Monday night in the furnace room of tho Iakc Bluff police station Girl Ncnr Dentil By words and signs these two men fluostloned her She was neir death they told her A new a final state ment was nsked Unless phe added somo new word tlic Invpsdprnlinn must end no nonroi TO PAGE 12 COLUMN 6 KM IS HELD IN CAR WRECK Jefferson Man Blamed for Death of Girl in Accident DAVENPORT Nov 1 cor oners jury last night ordered Wither Dorman of Jefferson held to the Scott county gratid Jury for Investiga tion of manslaughter charges in con nection with the death of Wanda Wolf 17 year old high school girl killed in a collision between Dormans gravel truck and a small sedan on the Brady street road Tuesday In Its verdict the jury stated that Miss WolC died of Injuries sustained In a collision between Dormans truck and a sedan driven by Robert Clay The jury also stated that Dorman baa violated a state law by falling to stop before crossing the state high way and that It was the opinion ol the jury that had he obeyed this law Miss Wolfs death would have been averted SEASONS FIRST SNOW HITS IOWA Will Rogers NEW YORIC Oct the promising season ends next Tues day md at about 8 oclock that same night the a 11 li season opens nnd lasts for the next four years To show you what campaign promises amount to can you re member hack few weeks ngo when tho prom ise was made on both sides that the campaign was to be run on WJLL ROGERS a hlsh Plane This campaign ends Tuesday but it will take two generations to sweep up the dirt Yours WILL Copyright 1028 Ceirlral Press tclephoto or Clar ence Terliune 19 a golf caddy and orphan of St Louis Mo who is the first trunnAtlanllc air Una stowaway In history Younc Ter hune was found aboard the Graf 1JulianvPetrqleurn corporation tori zeppjpnfour hours aftersliehad GERMAN PEOPLE GO WILD OVER ZEP STOWAWAY Yank Adventurer Gets Triumphant Welcome on Landing turn flight to GerniRiiy Northern and Western Part of State Get Heavy Fall By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Winter arrived In the middlewest s strong winds nnd lowered tcmiicr tures last night changed rain to now Northern and western Iowa report the seasons first snowfall last night and the outlook was for tho 03tern part ot state to be cov red tonight or Friday as tho storm ipread over tho upper Mississippi re gion Oklahoma and tho Texas ran landle Strong shifting winds prevailed ind western Nebraskas ranges were lanketed with six Inches ot snow to lay after a blizzard had whipped odt on to the central prairies from the Rocky mountain region It wag the worst blizzard on Nebraskas records or this time oE the yeor The storms radius extended north ward to Sioux Falls S Dak and both Sioux City and Cherokee Iowa ie ported morning that a wet snow was still falling Ccn husking was suspended at Tho official forecast for Iowa pre dicted lower temperatures and strong northerly winds tonight and Friday In the Rocky mountain regions heavy made nnd threatened to tie up rail trans portation Hoover Given Best Wishes of Coolidge President Hopes for Hoovers Safe Return By JAMES I WEST Associated Press Sfaff Writer WASHINGTON Nov 1 dent Coolldge In bidding farewell today to Herbert Hoover not only wished him a pleasant journey to Cal ifornia but a safe return to Wash ington after the election next Tues day The good wishes of the chief cxecu tive were expressed after a half hours conference with tho republican presi dential candidate in the white house duiinp which they discussed last min ute details of the campaign At the conclusion of tho conference the president and Hoover appeared on the south portico and posed for cam ermcn and then walked out on to the lawn whera the moving picture ma chines awaited them They again posed for pictures and then the presi dent won Invited to say farewell to Mr Hoover for tho talking movies In a raised voice ho said Goodbye Mr Hoover I hope for you a pleasant Journey to California and a safe return I thank you Mr President Hoover replied t Prepares for Journey WASHINGTON Nov 1 bert Hoover sets out today for California to await in the quiet of nis homo on Stanford university campus tjRiEDRYCHSHAFEN G e f m tin y I Nov 1 f Terhune the irrepressible 19 year old American stowaway on the airliner Graf Zep pelln was given a triumphant recep crowd in Frled tlon by a cheering richshafcn today Clarence was smuggled out of one of tho rear gondolas of the Zeppelin into the custody of police soon after tlia dirlsablB had landed and was taken to tho hotel apartment ot John F ICehl American consul where a Ions private talk was held When the young stowaway emerged from tlia hotel cheering crowds raised him on their shouMers and pa raded with him down the streets Not Worried About Future Afllted what he Intended to do he replied that he must first look thru his mall and then decide what to do next Im not worrying about the fu ture he said adding that he did not intend to remain In Europe for any length of time He expressed tho hope that he would find an offer among tho stack of mail and telegrams awaiting him which will enable him to return Not ft word was uttered about th4 ead No one viewed his countenance There was no music The service eluded the reading of portions of Psalms and other parts of the and prayer It lasted approximately 15 minutes Service Started The service started at ociocX immediately after the members of family entered the room Mrs McNider Hanford MacNlder Mrs MticNider Mrsv George Johnson of Minneapolis slater of Mr McNid er who was here with her husband daughter and two sons Two nephews the only other Wood relations of Mr vtcNtder were unable to get here for he funeral following the sudden death ot the linancler at the First Nations nK offices Tuesday morning After the funeral service body was taUtm tD DCS Momea in a speclr1 car for cremation at the wish of Mr McNider himself Interment will be made later In tile Elmwooil cemetery Probably 200 of the 500 who gath ered to pay their last respects to one who had pTayed auch a vigorous and lendinga part In their community crowded Into the spacious McNId or home where extra chairs had been placed In every available place The coffin stood to tho front of the living room About It were banked scores of clusters of flowers roses and chrys inthcmmns predominating all of them tho tributes of outoftown friends who had sent their orders be fore It was known that Mrs McNider irul rontiostcd no flowers A large number of those who wore scatcrl in tho house were the employes if Institutions headed by Mr McNider Especially of the bank and of the irnt National company Those In attendance Included a number of Industrial and financial lenders of the mlddleweat Scores to tho United States as soon us possi ble Terhune said he had alwnya had a place to cat and plenty ot food during he transAtlantic passage but Hint ho snow halted air mail traffic highways nearly impnssnlile Elkader County Agent Heads State Association AMES Nov I Iowa County Agents association meeting hero In connection with tho Iowa State college conference of agricul tural extension workers yesterday elected Roy Combs ot Klkader Clay ton county agent Its president Mrs John Nlleg of Sioux City was elected president ot the Iowa Associa tion of Home Demons I ration agents Rlla Lnushean of Council Ulnffs vice president nnd Huth Wcstic Marshall town secretary tho decision of the people of the Unit ed States as to whether they will crown his career with the presidency High in the hope of victory the nominee in his last public uttcran7c In Washington delivered to newspa permen who have been with him thru out tho campaign said republican success was those who be lieve with us go to tho polls As Hoover leaves here at 5 p in on tho 1000 mile campaign swing across tho continent ho will carry Ith him the best wishes of Presldsrl Coolldge members of the cabinet and a host of Washington friends In am out of public life Before leaving for the last time the spacious office from which for two months nnd more ho has directed the vast army carrying the message o republicanism to tho people tho pres idential candidate had arranged to on President Coollrtgo at the white hoiisp and to say who linvo bored tional headquarters nearby lad no place to sleep and had to lie lown wherever he could find a spot thnt wasnt being used He was a maid of all work aboard and was well treated by the crew and passengers alike Reaches Port Safely FRIEDRICHSHAFEN Germ any Nov 1 German airliner Graf Zeppelin after successfully brav ing winds and storms for a record breaking dirigible crossing of tho At lantic almost camo to grief on landing at her hangar at a m 100 a m eastern standard time today because thousands of enthusiistic Germans threatened to rush the gondolas It was only with the greatest diffi culty that the huge ship was walked nto her hangar and tho gnngplnnk nit up after a flight that had car iod her over the north Atlantic in 71 lours and 12 minutes completing her Irst round trip trinsAHinHc com mercial air voyage In history Arriving exactly three weeks after icr start from Friodrichshafen Oct 11 on their American voynge Dr Hugo TURN TO PAGE 22 COLUMN 1 however were kept away at the re quest of Hnnforrt MacNlder who stated It was tho wish of the family to have as simple a service as possi Coolidce Sends Message Messages of condolence however continued to arrive from all parts ot tho United States These Included telegrams from President nnd Mrs Calvin Cooltdge all the members ot the cabinet In which Hanforrt Mnc Xider was acting secretary of war as welt ns General J J Ferffhlnjj nni TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN goodbye to thoo in republican na STEGK TO TALK AT NORTHWOOD Iowa Senator Chief Speaker at Democratic Rally on Saturday Night NORTHWOOD Nov local SmithUobinfion cnh announces a democratic rally for Saturday evening Nov 3 at which time Senator Dan P Sleek will deliver nn address on thn issues of the dny Tile mooting If callod for 7tTi oclncU and will held at the Northwood theater IOWA FORECAST Unsettled with In west portion Thursday night anil prob ably rain or snow In cast portion Thursday night and Friday cold er Thursday night ntul fn east por tinn Friday strong northerly winds LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures ifor 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Thursday Highest Wednesday 17 IJcfirecs Lowest in Night M Decrees At 8 A At Tliurfdny 32 Decrees Snowfall 1 Inch Precipitation 31 Inch November crime In like the lion Ol that there cnn M no doubt The first lakes ofsnow of the fall arrived dur ng the night nnd by observation time Thursday morning the covering ot white was fiuitc Impressive The snow continued to fall during the forenoon the wind being out of Ihe northeast   

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