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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 26, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PEP COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 41 HOOVER READY 0 ASHORE LINDBERGH PAYS IT VISIT AT KELLY FIELD Condition of George V Is Unchanged Three Plane Wrecks Bring His Announcement of ArriyalEnds Fear of Disaster BULLETIN SAN ANTONIO Nov 26 Charles A Lindbergh hopped off Irom Brooks field at a m today for an unan nounced destination SANT ANTONIO Nov Taking his cue fromthe current col legate custom Col Charles A Lind bergh was back at hts alma mater Kelly Held for a brief homecoming visit today The belated midnight announcement of his arrival yesterday by air from Tampicp set at rest characteris tic concern for his safety which had been felt over the weekend The flyer his month hunting and flying vacation in Mexico at an end is enroute York for which point he probably will hop today per haps in a nonstop flight His an nouncement that he was behind sched ue to keep an engagement there led to this surmise In evident determination to stay out oE the limelight while going about his personal business the colonel did not eee newspapermen here and Intentional or otherwise liis sit remained for eight hours which an uuciouk vigil fear for Death to Six Royal Family Anxious Over Condition of King returned tobis familial ruts at p pny lie first A since his graduation from the Danced flying school in the spring of 1925 word of his arrival did Blinding Snow Blamed for Accidents During Storm m Ohio CLEVELAND Ohio Nov 26 Three aviators and two passengers werekilled ia weekend plane probable victims of blinding enow flurries in Ohios first storm of the season Edwin II Basset a pilot for the Universal Air Lines of Chicago Mrs Basset and Glen R Butt of Cleveland were found dead in the wreckage of an eightpassenger monoplane near Kd gerton the illfated landing ended Mr and Mrs Bassets plans to celebrate their eighth wedding anni ersary in Chicago Trappers Found Boily Boy trappors JCounjfl the body of Til den Johnson in a marsh near West yesterday Johnson an em ploye ot tho Air was enroute to Cincinnati from Clove land with 100 Pounds of mail when his plane crashed Lawrence II Garrison a veteran pilot for the National Air Transport company was found burned beyond recognition near Bristolvillc Ohio after fire enveloped his plane He was enrouto to Cleveland from Bellefonte Ps Garrisons cargo wasnot found It was believed he threw It overboard when his plane became un raanagecble however Tvaa found Ifiiact Mad Flown Miles Johnson who had nearly ily Inpr hours to his credit learned avia tion at St Louis where he was a stu not reach the public until after mid night a few minutes after he retired The intervening hours werespent In feasting and reminiscenses much as a homecoming collegian back on the for the first time In nearly four years would occupy his time The flyer repaired to the home of Lieut B S Thompson an old lime friend where he was later ten dered a banquet by several of the field officers Other friends and flying buddies dropped In during the eve ning and it was midnight before the talkfest broke up Late Saturday night Texas and northern Mexico began an anxious lookout for the flyer following reports that he had left Tamplco in the after noon to return to the United States by way of Brownsville Texas Two nations barely suppressed gen eral alarm when the Fort Brown meteorological station at Brownsville reported sighting a sUlp flying north ward which apparently suddently de veloped motor trouble and turned back toward Mexico Had Lindbergh left Tampico on the schedule originally an nounced it was pointed out his crnft would haie been due over Browns ville about thaftlme Scout Planes Out All Saturday night tiie watch along the border was kept up and three planes from Brownsville started at Sunday to scout about miles of the rough country be tween there and Tamplco The search tho originally planned with the dis covery of tile colonels whereabouts as the objective officially was made on the announced theory that the dent of Col Charles Lindbergh He been carrying the mail for the Continental line about three months Garrison had flown approximately miles The severity of the storm forced most air mail planes to remain in their hangars yesterday AHIio nil of Great Britain is concerned over the condition of King George V the mosl anxious are Ilio immediate members of the family Photo shows the wife and five children of the ill monarch ami Bucking ham palace his home 1 Oiiecn Mary 2 of York second son 3 Viscountess Lascclles his daughter the former Princess Alary 1 pake of Gloucester third soa 5 Prince George youngest son G Prince of Wales heir to the Jiiimc 7 Ituclifiiglmin palace I ANXIETY OVER KINGS ILLNESS IS INCREASING leurlsy Continues to Be Prominent Fea Report BULLETIN LONDON Nov 2C press association announced late this afternoon that It understood that Kinp Gcorso had made sal isfacfory progress during the dny Ijilc Iliis afternoon there wns an atmosphere of tottffdciice about tho palace where there seemed to be ii feeling that tonights bulletin would he of a mnro reassuring character than he last two have be en T ONDON Nov 2C anxiety over the illness of King George was evident today in view o rise in his temperature yesterday and of Saturdays statement tha pleurisy continued to bo it prominen lea I Tho contlmmnco of pletirlsy alth stated to have lessened yesterday aroused Borne fear today that it mlsh leadto pneumonia but hint ot this in official reports from 1 his majestys bedside and tlie nugge tlon appeared purely Inquirers at Buckingham paloc wero told at G a that thero wa no change and that the royal patlen was still resting comfortably Tl kings temperature reached 101 but dl not exceed that The Daily Mail today expressed TURN TO PAGE 1 COLUMN 1 Allison Boy Killed by Car Coachs Auto meteorological bureaus report indl TWO JOIGE MEN Several Feet Lee Schcenhair and John etti in their attempted record break ing endurance flight passed its twen tysixth hour at a m today at which time a dense fog enveloped Fresno scene ot the Sunday morn Ing takeoff The plane could not be seen at that time but its roar was cated some American pilot was indis plainly heard tress The plane established a new record for load lifting yesterday on Its take off south of hero at a m The ship carried 646 gallons of gasoline md 40 gallons of oil the gross weight of the plane being pounds Its single motor develops about 200 iiorsepowcr The previous record for load lift ing was made by William S Brock and ICdward F Schlee round the world flyers Their plane with a simi lar motor lifted 556 gallons of gaso line and 40 gallons of o FLYERS SEEKING ANOTHER RECORD Albatross Already Passed TwentySixth Hour Above Fresno 1 BLTXKTIX FRESXO The Albatross nioniiplane in wliicli Iee and John Guglicl inelli are attemptinto break tlio worlds endurance flight record flew low over flip nir fielil a Jlclm 10 miles front here at a in at which hue H hail been in the air 2fi hours The niolor ap peared ti lie tnndioninK sntnolbly FRESNO Nov 20 monoplane Albatross carrying pilots j No information as to when and where the men were caught has been i received An Associated Press dispatch Fri1 day morning stated that four men had i rohhed the Milbank bank and lieaded south in a Hupmobllecar Radio Message Says They Robbed South Dakota Bank of JOICK Xov Joice men Poorly Peterson and CJeorge Kvonson aro alleged to have bceij implicated in tho robbery o n Milbank S bank last Friday afternoon ac cord in j to a repoit was heard here over the radio Pleis 14 Walked Path of Oncoming Car ROBBERS LOOT IHEATErMAFES JL W I Will Rogers NEW YORK Nov football season is closing and col lego life is about over for tha year A few students will stay o it the season for the lances and some of tho players may take up a couple of pipe courses and hanK around till spring practice starts but most of tho good ones will BO liome for the winter to show the clip pings Tho college president will bo looking over tho gate receipts to see if he stays another year Tho cheer lend ers will go bak ROGERS lo train calling Tho alumni will start arguing over a new coach Its no trouble to tell the suc cessful educational institutions these days Its tho ones that can afford a new stadium next year An old Yale man thats disap pointed with life WILL ROGERS Copyright BLUEPRINTS OF VESTRISSTUDIED Second Officer of Lost Ship on Stand in in quiry RESEMBLANCE TO AX SLAYER SEEN IN NEGRO Omaha Storekeeper Is Attacked Suspect Still in Pen TWO REPUBLICS ALL SET FOR GREETINGPARTY Cabinet of Honduras Among Welcoming j Group BULLETIN AMAPALA Honduras Nor J9 Tlic U S Maryland henrinp PresidentElect Hoover on a good will voyage to La tinAmerica was sighted off AiiiApalu at oclock tliis in oniing At least of the or BO persons who live this port the first stopping place on trip were on liund to welcome the presidentelect Hundreds of prom inent residents of Tegucigalpa the tnpltnl also wore present Hundreds uf small craft In Fonseca hny formed a lane tliru which the launches from tin Maryland carrying the Hoover party to pass The boats were brilliantly decorated with flags and bunting U S S MAIIYLAND APPROACH 0s Dispatches received searching party s start tho contradic tory in reporting his whereabouts had established rather definitely that the ro PAGE 4 COLUMN A TRACE LARGE DOPE SHIPMENT Connection of Rothstein to Chicago Underworld Investigated CHICAGO Nov 26 Chi cago affiliations of Arnold Kothstein An oil Icalc which developed In theslain New Vorlt gambler wero under Albatross last night threatened for njscrutiny today folloVinsr tho seizure time to cut short the attempt but the flyers inter dropped a message snying that the trouble bad been ironed The Albatross ia constructed so that It will ifie in the air and un der the best conditions Is snid to he able to loat along on six gallons of fuel an hour Clara Bow Suffering From Attack of Flu SAX FRANCISCO Xov 2C Clara Bow film star wan 111 at her j hotel here todny with what her physl clHiM diagnosed ns n liftht attack of In Huenzji JJo she probahly would be nble to return to AnseleH undci ciro of a nurse liy Tuesday nisht oC narcotics valued at and men A raid on tho flat of Weslie LevIs disclosed tlio narcotics Altho denied connections with Hotbstein it was tho belief ot W D Allen chief ot the Chicago narcotics bureau that tho shipment had come from New York Federal agents lust week seized an other trunkload of dope which hnd been traced they said from a York syndicate whOKe members were reputedly allied with Rolhstein Ot tielals of the narcotics bureau believed tho shipment found yesterday came from tho samo source A Rood way lo learn why million i Tho actress cnmn lioro to attend the j Jo wnll und 1urin tlic enmpnlKn is tho manner of carrying whnt diplomatic jthey Cedar KnpiilH Gazette Nov cur iiners jury in here this morning rutnrncd a verdict of ac eiilentul loath in the of Abe Ilois Allison who wns killed ivhcii struck by a cnr Sunday driven by A iJ bigll school coach at IJvennoer whose homo is at Cedar Falls Those held In connection willi tlio case have been liberated AUiISON Nov IMeis Allison wasalmost Instantly killed about one mile east ot here Sunday afternoon shortly after 3 oclock when he wos struck by a car on high way numberlO With the Intention oC going home the youth Is sold to have got out of one car passed behind It and started across tho pavement when h wns stitick by tho Chevrolet sedan drjven by A J Cayou high school coach at Mvermore whoso home is v Cedar Falls The boys body was draKgred approx imately 30 Teet it was A coroners Inquest was today Cayou and three men nccompanylnti him Leo Cartony nnd a Mr Hcnd ricks Tviverrnore land Welsh HtimboWt aro beliifi JicM at Allison pending the decision of the jury Eye witnesses state that the nccl dent was unavoidable the youth hav inff stepped from behind the car Intc the path of tho oncoming Chevrolet before be could bo seen Ho iff survived by his father am mother Mr and Mrs Thomas Plefs and by his brothers and sistere Fu noral arrangements have not beer tiompleted yesmen entered the Tablci Orpheum theater cnriy loriuy houn land L safes knocked off Ion another nnd fiet niobilo witli an undprtormincd of loot i lion VOTlIv Nov 26 A fed eral inquiry into the sinking of tlifl IBrilish liner Vestrls off the Virginia Capes Nov 12 re tnilay with Second Officer his ver HO lives were lost 7le liasbeen In a hospital recover ing from injuries received in the dls Capls K V Tessnp and Henry Me Conkoy American and Urltlsh naval in the inquiry have been cxumiaini blueprints of the Ves 10 rmnblilaj lo if tb in an auto will cast any I KU on the reason for the leaks 01 ttu bursting of a bulk Escapes With cniied to KiVo wion llin tragedy in which determined Amount of Cash MAHA Nov 26 Negio said by his victim to resemblo n de scription of Omahas hatchet nmti first given by Mrs Harold Stribling fifth victim of the man struck C 13 Thompson G7 candy storo owner over the head early today apparently without motive Police searched the neighborhood for blocks around They expressed the opinion that pos sibly the hatchet man had resumed his time with an empty catsup bottle used in the attack on Thompson Xcgro Struck Storekeeper Thompson Raid the Negro came Into the store to buy candy When be to change a dolliir bill he said the Negro struck him partly par alyzing him temporarily with the blow Neighbors told of seeing the Negro In the vicinity on several occa sions No money was taken from store lake Hird NVgro suspect In tlio attacks beld at the slate prison at sirnrnm wlu aealn before Htribiintf nfl soon ns nntl the Wea DCS Molnes la fllonly considering monument to John Mac Vicar A fl oi lo u IOWA FORECAST Cloudy anil somewhat imscfflrd Monday niclit nnd Iuesila Wanner Monday nijibl nnd in east and ioiitli portions Tuesday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette figures for 21 hour period ending at S ocloclt a ni Alondny Highest Suuilny Tl Decides lowest irt Nislit Defiroen At 8 A ST Moncliiy Dusrees For like period ending al S oolocU a TH Sunday Highest Sntmflny ft Nipht DiKmH Saturday night lrot lo Xorlh Iowa Jts coldest weather of the autumn the minimum beinp 13 decrees liy Mon day morning the wind had nhanyed from northwest to ivest Mie mer cury wta doinf a rather rnpii ascent liead Uu coal engine room Iliri Inquiry of tho into tho Inspoetion of tle Wstild just she called when whe was passed as in pood condition nnd hor lifossivini erjuijiment ilc olarcd sat Lory reopens tomor row Survivors of the Vestiis have been sulipocnied to make depositions be fore admttalty lawyers In the suit brot hy Orrlu S Stevens against the Lamport and Holt lino Mr Stev ens who was a iasscnKM loat his wife in I he disaster I Ms petition charges the owners and operators with sending the Vestris to sea In an condition 1 her condition warrants She declared that Uhd looked like the hatchet ishiyer hrt a to fiee department mMng R IOWAN KILLED BY AUTOMOBILE Driver of Car That Hit Fort Dodge Man Is Under Arrest Nov 35 Freil Mr and Mrs Striblinp aaw each other yesterday afternoon for the first timesince they were attacked Strlb llng former high school football star was struck on the hcail by the man while be lay asleep StrililiiiR Will Recover Ills condition has been serious but lias Improved to the extent that doc tors now say be will recover No mention of the attack was made when vhrt couple niet yesterday In tho hos pital on request of attending physi cians lack Dempster fingerprint expert of Uie Council Itlmfs Iowa police de partment and William Tltsworth of he sheriffs office at con tinued Ihcir examination of Blrdd fiielm prints this morning Presidentelect Hoover came today to the shores of LatinAmerica for the first time to make two of a dozen oC will calls thivt he will rrvtLke in Central and South America for ths next six weeks Amapala HonAuru UiA wjfti Mr mediate pbJectlTeii a voyage of a week from Stui Pedro Cal BIr Hoover was eager to set ashore to begin a series of personal contacts with the heads of various governments and other Latin Ameri can leaders Tho week at sea hail Improved Mr Hoover much In health and lie was entering upon his mission with zest and tlio hope that ho would be able to do much to accomplish a better un derstanding among the peoples of the Americas Save for a storm on Saturday morn ing in the Gulf o Tehatintepee the Marylands sevenday run from San Icdro had been uneventful All ho Mr Jloover did not stand the storm nit well ho had not been seasick Readied Amnpula by Noon Mr TToover expected to reach Amapala before noon after n six mile run In a small boat Plans called for him to be met by members of cabinet of President Miguel Puz Bar abona Horschel V Johnson United States charge daffaires at Tegucigal pa and possibly by the president him self Mr Hoover was to be enter lained lit luncheon at Amapala This luncheon wan expected to be the occasion ot Mr Hoovers first speech of the tour nltlio whether bs would make an extended talk there or at Union Salvador depended upon whether the presidents of the two re publics greeted him After luncheon at the Honduran port the schedule called for a Journey across the Gulf of Fonsecn Arriving late In tha dny at La Union Mr Hoover was to bo received by the memlHirs of tho cabinet of President Romero Bosquo and Richard Lambert United States charga daffaires After a dinner as guests ot the government of Salvador the Hoover party will re turn to tho Maryland which will sail at midnight for Corlnto Nicaragua TURN TO PARK 4 COMJAIN 1 Son Shoots Mother to Spare Her Shock of His Own Suicide p oni of Olivia is in Jail ivilh second manslaiiKhtor as CHICAfiO Nov 2C jury has deckled coron tllat Itoscoc result of an automobile accident Henncss a fanner killed his aged night that resulted in to savii her from the sholc Idcntli uf Sampson 33 of i of own suicide Fort Dodge Iowa llunness stood in front of the Chi Sampson was on bis way to Bemld detective bureau Saturday tnd ji where ho had been caller by liimscH willi a pistol Neighbors llm ilealb of his KImer Snmp driving lo bis homo near Scotland son wlijn tbc accident occurred to notify Ills mother found her Two others escaped injury dtad and a bullet in her head It was The body was returned to Kort I ihn same size bullet had I5odge for burial lio kill himself AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen Pas table manners is good in public but lies still a little bit noisy usin a   

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