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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 27, 1928, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 27 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL jrtusoa AMP 1NTBRNATIONA1 NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NQ 42 FLOODS EUROPES GALE Hoover Ship AiicThorTOff CoastTof Nicaragua EXECUTIVES ARE GUESTS ABOARD BATTLESHIP Hoover Lauds Nicaraguan Officials for Settle ing Disputes S S MARYLAND OFF COR INTO Nicaragua Nov 27 Congratulations upon Nicaraguas settlement of its internal disorders were extended today by Herbert Hoover to the retiring President Diaz of Nicaragua PresidentElect Moncada and former President Chamorro who were luncheon guests aboard the battleship Maryland The three political leaders of re public came aboard the goodwill ship soon after It arrived off this port early this morning and to them Presiden cies Hoover delivered a brief extem poraneous address in lieu of making a speech ashore Lunched on Deck t feel greatly Mr Hoover said that I should have on this occa not onlv presidentelect HI the former The presidential group lunched on the Marylands quarterdeck which had been decorated with greenery for the occasion i battleship arrived at 7 oclocl tl9 by the Royal Patient Shows No Improvement Report Call to Prince to Come Home Anxiety of Britishers Is Still High Believe Crisis Near BULLETIN iONDON Nov 27 An Ex change Telegraph dispatch from Cape Town says that a cable re ceived from Codonia Tanganyika stales that a code message reached the provincial commissioner there shortly after 10 oclock this morn ing and a fast motor ear was sent immediately to meet the Prince of Wales who is coming in from his camp The dispatch said it was believed the message contained instructions for the prince to return to London T ONDON Nov 27 over King Georges illness was not reatly relieved this morningwhen his Physicians issued what might be characterized a nonoommlttal bulletin The physicians Sir Stanley Hewett and Lord Dawson of Penn informed I the state Penitentiary at Lin the public that their royal patient had wa3 tho nacher according to Chief of Detectives Ollie Arnolofthe MRS STRIBLING POSITIVE BIRD IS Identifies Negros Belt as One Worn by Her Attacker QMAHA Nov 27 a V statement given out last night Mrs Harold Stribling fifth victim of iiuiiuuinmituu ouiieun I Omahas hatchet man said she was The physicians Sir Stanley Hewett Ve Jake Bir1 suspect ad Lord Dawson of Pnnn I held m the state penitentiary at Lin Mori and CaSfrmorro were sent aboarr he Rochester sent its launch will I party ot officers to the Maryland Storm Delays Hoover U S S MARYLAND Nov 27 and heavy seas which threatened to hold Herbert Hoovei and his party at La Union SalvaJui all night subsided and the party re I turned to the Maryland at a m Shortly after the presidentelect and his party were aboard the Maryland weighed anchor and sailed for Corinto Nicaragua 70 miles around the cor There officials of the third republic on tho route of his goodwill journey waited to greet Hoover A strong wind made landing of tho Hoover party at La Union difficult and held him at the port hours behind the time set for his return to the Maryland When the heavy seas sub sided naval officers accompanying the Hoover party decided It was safo for the presidentelect to make tho trip by launch across the Gulf of Fonseca to tha warship Guests at Reception While the Hoover party was wait ing for tho blow to subside they were guests of the officials of Salvador at a reception and dinner In tho office of the International Railway of Cer 5 trat America Hoover In his first speeches on his trip told the peopla ot Hoo duraa and of San Salvador that he waa paying them a call of friendship In behalf of the people of the United States Both addresses at Amapala nnd La Union emphasized the need tar mutuaj understanding between United States and other democra cieg of the American continent At both seaports yesterday he was Iven a warm nnd colorful welcome TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN S jJtLntjii imu passed the night moro restfuljy and hat his feverish condition had abated Ule somewhat The bulletin did not actual the y evo the kings temperature and summed up everything else by stating hat conditions otherwise wero un changed On top of the disturbingbulletins of the past few days which have indi cated that the king is very sick to days report did not tend greatly to relieve anxiety among his subjects over the eventual outcome ot the at tack which has now been In progress nearly tjndergoirir Severe Strain It was realized that the kings stamina waa undergoing a severe strain owing to constant pain from pleurisy and the lack of rest and sleep that attended it The text of the official medical bill letln was His majesty tho king has had a more restful night and the tempera lure is somewhat lower The condi lions are othorwiso The doctors wero early at Bucking liam palace arriving shortly after 9 oclock but it was not until towards noon that their attendance on his majesty was concluded and tho bill etin issued A pessimistic view of the kings con dition expressed by tho Daily Mail to day did not appear to be shared by ha other morning papers The Mail TURN TO PAGE 1 COLUMN 5 Young Flyer Begins Solo Hop to Cuba e Council Bluffs Iowa police depart mcnt Chief Arnold and an assistant coun ty attorney took a complete statement from Mrs Strlbling relative to the at tack on her husband and herself In their home early iast Tuesday morn ing A party of deputy sheriffs left Oma ha early today on a secret mission promising startling new developments as the result of their trip Bird said yesterday flgh Vestris Negroes Refuse Aid WOULDNT GET SURVIVORS OUT WITNESS CLAIMS Where King Probably Took Cold AL SMITH ON WAY BACK HOME Vacation Period in South Ends After Visit in Atlanta I ATLANTA Nov 27 dent on reaching his desk at Albany Wednesday Gov Alfred E Smith was enrouto to New York today Governor Smith closed his vocation n the smith most of which was spent on the Mississippi coast here yesterday as guest of MaJ John S Cohen publisher of the Atlanta Jour ml and national commlt eeman At a luncheon attended by about 100 prominent Georgians Governor Smith reiterated his declaration that he will from politics at the expiration it his gubernatorial term but will hold himself in readiness to lid the democratic party Winer Army Airman Is on His Way From Ontario BULLETIN TAMPA Nov 27 Leonard KJo 26 year old airplane pilot attempting a nou stop flight from Wnlkcrvillc Ontario to Cuba passed over this city at P m today TVALKERVILLE Nov 27 IP Flo of Ann Arbor Mich 20 year old former army and air mail Pilot today was making his secon attempt at a nonstop solo flight from Canada to Cuba He took off from tho airport hen at last night In a Spartan bi plane and hoped to reach Havana in IS to 20 hours It is approximatel miles to the Cuban capital route was via Dayton and CIn cinnatl Ohio Atlanta Tampa and Key West thence across the 90 miles cC water to Camp Columbia Havanna He must arrive there be fore dark tonight to insure a safe land Ing as the field Is not equipped will guide lights markers or searchlights He hoped to arrive just before dusk His piano carried 225 gallons of gas olino enough to give him a 24 hour cruising range at a speed of 100 fln hour He said he was financing the undertaking himself Last Jan 38 accompanied by Austin F Hcment he attempted tho flight but was forced down at JParrls Island S by fogs Among those at the field to see FIc tako off Into tho moonlit night war Parker Cramer pilot of the attempted flight ot tho plane Greater Ilockforc from Uockford to Stockholm Sweden Cramer was forced down ir Greenland positively Identified The Strlbllng home is in Iowa I am Innocent o this attack and know that if Mrs Stribling identifies me I will have a hard time proving my he said Earlier In the day police said Mrs Stribling had identified Birds belt and buckle as the one worn by her at tacker RESENT ATTACK ON HOOVER TOUR Mexican Labor Leaders Scoring of GoodWill Trip Denounced MEXICO CITY Nov 27 wrath of the chamber of deputies was aroused last night when Herman La Borde a labor member quoting the British Press launched a bitter att ack against Herbert Hoovers good will tour and Ambassador Morrows work in Mexico Leaders of tho eharn er leaped to the forefront and chim ioned the causo of tho two Ameri cans and warmly defended both Senor LnBorde claiming that he spoko In behalf of labor unions be Jnging to tlio Hands Off Nicaragua lonmilttec said that the American residentelects trip was a new phase of the AngloAmerican trade war He asserted that it was intended to des roy tho benefits that Rngland de rived from tho visit of the Prince of Wales to South America A turmoil broke when LeBorde un able to continue his speech Jeft the floor Deputy Melchor Ortega said that Ambassador Morrow had won the sym pathy of the country for his splendid work He added I hope Hoover vis its Mexico and all American execu tives do likewise because a real under standing would be Deputy Marte Gomez whose name has been mentioned as a possible retary of the treasury when Emlllo Fortes Gil becomes president said that Mr Hoover had the right to come to Mexico and be received with onen arms and greeted without sus I orffclal functions of King Georeo V of Knslaiirt Vvns Ills part jii the Armistice day ceremonies at the Cenotaph in London Xhe British inonuruli and his son tlio Uiiko of York stood bareheaded for some moments during the ceremonies ami it is licltevcd tlio Iiliijr took cold as a result The ceremonies were held in a downpour of ririn RESOLUTIONS ON LABOR PROGRAM Communism More Satisfac tory Immigration Laws Mentioned N13W ORLEANS Nov 27 resolutions were ready oday for attention of the American federation of following tho ac ion yesterday in indorsing further restrictions in immigration and op posing communism Restrictions against entry ot aliens nto the United State should be more rigid in character tho tempcratcd vith human considerations and ap Ilcable to all tho report of he committee on resolutions which vas adopted declared In another measure aimed against NO ACTION ON WHOJJEMANDS Davenport Refuses Full Time Channel on Reduced Power WASHINGTON Nov 27 The federal radio commission announced today it has taken no action on ef forts to obtain clear channels for station WXHO Des Moines Under the Nov II reallocation this station was ordered to share time Steward Offered to Take Survivors From MEW YORK Nov 27 first 1 class bedroom steward testified today that he got away from the sink ing steamer Vestris in a lifeboat less than onethird filled and that when ho suggested rescuing somo pass engers he was threatened with being struck over the head with an oar There were 15 men in the lifeboat which had a capacity of between 50 and GO he BaicJ All but him were negro firemen he said Threatened in Boat I suggested we cruise around and Dick up some said Thomas Edwards tho steward but one ot tho firemen told me it yoi dont shut up Ill crack you over th head with an Edwards testified at the investlga tlon ot the disaster being conducte by tho United States steamboat In snectlon service Ton dlunt mako any efforb t pick up passengers then he w asked by Dickerson Hoover supe vising inspector general who Is pro siding at the hearing said the steward Wha could I do They were all agains Alfred Hansen a member of the of the foundered steamer test tied that no effort had been made to set passengers Into the starboard life boat No Effort nt Rescue Hansen tin assistant pantryman who took pictures of the sinking ship sale that three of tho starboard boats Nos 3 G and 7 got away from the ship filled with members of the crew Hansen said that no effort was made to get the women nnd children nost of whom perished with tlie slnk ng of the ship out of lifeboats on tho port side altho he testified it would have been easier to raise those boats back to the davits ami put the women and children Into the star joard boats than to force the port boats over the sl7o of the ship with Will Rogers NEW YORK Nov old friend of mine Mr Paul Brook hopped on me for joking prom inent men Well they all come back In the dressing room afterwards and dont seem much hurt Among the Insulted last week was Gen eral Pershing Barney Baruch Herbert Swope ana Charley Schwab He I kid led Yales foot ball team I did that up in New ROGERS Plaven with our show and the boys all took It good naturedly Ha says I owe Hearst five grand that I admit I been waiting hoping that Coolldge would veto the election and save me tlie five Now Paul dont take these bis men so serious When you meet em and know em they are 03 human as anybody So tho next time you come I will introduce you and you will come back and we will finally decide that most people need kidding Yours WILL Copyright ommunlsm jind t was ferred to as operating as a tiger nml the former as using the tactics of the jackal The report added that In nearly all strikes the employer Is endeavoring to destroy the union and the commun ist enters with his propaganda of dis jcouragement and despair In the resolution report against the antiInjunction measure now pending In congress It wns stated the time is at hand when congress can bo pre vailed upon to enact a really adequate remedy for what was termed the in junction evil Resolutions remaining for action by the federation are said to he suffi cient in number to consume all of today nnd a part of tomorrow the final day of the 192S convention Rumania Insists on Bigger Loan and More Advantageous Conditions BUCHAREST Rumania Nov 27 Maniu government wns un lerstood today to have decided to In form the Bunkers Trust company of America that it would Interrupt nego tiations unless terms were modified ind tho amount of tlio loan was in creased Otherwise Rumania would seek a oiui thru the league of nations The entitled a cnHiUion In political and financial irclcs MMANUS HELD IN DEATH CASE Friend of Rothstein at Last in Hands of Police NEW YORK Nov 27 Goorgf McMnnus whoso overcoat was found n the hotel room in which Arnold Rothstein wns fatally wounded sur rendered today after police had sought him for three weeks In vain and will Iw arraigned this afternoon on an nf fUlnvit charging him with murder in tho first degree was held without hail Tie with station WOC Davenport Disagreement over the division of time has arisen and representatives of both stations have asked about pos sibilities Oc full time operation Commissioner Sam Plcltard In charge of the zone will investigate Ihe situation In Des Moines on Wed nostlay and in Davenport on Thurs day WOC Itcfiiscs Offer DAVENPORT Nov 27 Offi cials of WOC today scorned tho of fer of tho federal radio commission of fulltime broadcasting privileges with n reduction in power from to watts Dr Frank W Elliolt manager of WOC demanded the stations old wave length of G20 kilocycles on full time fullpower In n telegram which he sent the commission rejecting the new proposition ENDURANCETRY BROTTOEND Insufficient Supply of Gas oline Causes Landing FRESNO Nov 27 endurance flight ot Schoonhrtir and John Giisllcmctti ended in failure ill a m when tho piano Inmled it the Helm airport 40 miles west uf here Jt had00 gallons of gasoline left was not enough to carry thuin to a new record They bad been in the air 42 iiour and 60 minutes and would have needed to stay up another 34 hours to hnvo set a new endurance flight IFC ord Minneapolis Journal Observes 50th Year MINNEAPOLIS Nov 27 Minneapolis Journal evening nnd Sun day newspaper today observed it fiftieth anniversary In a special rm niversary edition yesterday It repro duced pictures of scenes of BO year ngo compared to scenes of today al the same sites Carl W Jones becalm publisher ot tho Journal severa months ngo upon the death of hi father H V Jones ZEPPELIN WILL MAKE 2 TRIPS TO NORTH POLE Ship Turned Over to Society for Use in Arctic DKRL1M Nov 27 dirigible Graf Zeppelin which renentlj completed tho first round trip trans atlantic commercial air voyage In his ory will be placed at tho disposal o he International Aeroarctic society or two North Polo flights in IMC Decision to this effect was reuchefi it aconfcrence today which was pro over by 73r Guerard minister ol ommunicatlons FridtjaC Nanscn ho noted explorer who is planning he flights Dr Hugo Eckener Cap all Brims Professor Penclc nnd nthui veil known scientists took part in UK iscusslons Fly in Boulder Dam Bill Governor Hunt and Senator LIVES LOST IN SEVERE STORM PLACEDJT 100 Dykes Break on Coast Flooding Antwerp Ostend BULLETIN KIEL Germany Nov 7 The frcichlcr Kuolo Gnuunicr of Kiel onroulo from EIIR Iinul to Stettin sank during the storm last night Tho 13 mciu bera of the rrcw were rescued by the German steamship Flora T ONDON Nov 27 today I1 followed In tho wake ota tour day gale which caused the loss of a score of vessels of substantial tonnages in western European waters and possi bly took a toll of 100 lives From Belgium north to the Frisian island lowlands wero flooded as the sea was driven ill upon them by rag Ing winds Dykes and sea walls buf feted by heavy seas gave way lo tha rush of waters Police soldiers and civilians wers working frantically In Antwerp to re pair broken dykes there and on the opposite Hide of the Scheldt The city water and gas pipes were undermined and gave way us the suburbs were flooded Industrial lants in Hoboken and elsewhere were Tiailroad bridges were dam aged and telephone nnd telegraph lines down Six persons were missing and It was feared that they were dead A hole GO In circumference an A six yards deep was made In the Grind Palace at AntVern ScnWaler Floods Streets At Ostend Belgium the water from the seas ran down streets and inun dated tho ground floors or buildings The villages of Grember cn Moorseele mi Tormttndo wero evacuated1 by their as tho sea rushed Iliru a break yards wide n the dykes A number of houses in the neighbor mod of Rotterdam Holland wero Iso abandoned At BcigononZoom Holland a 130foot dyke brolto with a remcndous crash letting In the sea TURN TO IAGR I COLUMN X HARTFORD RAIL HEAHESIGNS Vice President Mentioned as Possible Successor to Pearson NEW YORK Nov 27 ns speculation in rallroarl and rinnn al circles today ns to who would be 10 next president of tho New York cuHaven and Hartford railroad J Pearson president of thn pleaded not guilty for Friday A hearing was ct Somebody had to ho elected nml as ho democrats are moat accustomed o defeat they stand It Charles City Iress IOWA FORECAST Rain probable Tuesday nifiht anrl Wednesday somewhat colder Wednesday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for M hour period ending at S oclock a in Tuesday Highest Monday 46 Degrees in Night 33 Degrees At 8 A M Tuesday 34 Decrees Keturn of the wind from northwest to southwest Monday was accompan ied by an abrupt ascent of tlio m cury in tho GlobeGazettes govern ment thercmomcters Tho clays high est point was 15 degrees above thnt of the previous dny and the nights mini mum was 12 negroes higher than that of tho previous night Both Receive Blows in Face PHOENIX Nov 27 fistic encounter between G W P Hunt governor of Arizona and Senator Fred Colter during nu ar gument In tho state capital over the Colorado river question save an ex citing touch yesterday to a problem which has harrassed tho stato fir years Arizonas intense feeling over lite ultimate settlement of tho Colorado river problem in which sho his battled her sister states for what insists la a just share of aiul power from proposed was ihn subject of an argument which precipi tated the clash Tho stale legislature has been calltd into special session primarily to con sider action to bo taken upon tlic SwingJohnson bill now before con gress Arizonas Coloraro river commis sion appointed to Investigate and handle tho river problem in conjunc tion with tho commissions of the oilier states concerned wis bcin by Senator Colter and sever il legislative nsKociaten when Gover nor Hunt appeared Governor Hunt who was defeated in seeking a sev enth team at the November became involved in I he nrmimoiit The governors secretary T W Strode declared Hint saw his chief staKKcr the iom a blow delivered by Coltci Strode interfered catching tho scnn by tho arms whereupon the sroup of leKlslators closril in fighting ard houtlnpr Colter also was reported to inve beon struck In tho face during lift ed by tJin directors meetinghero hut no notion was taken on tho choice of a successor The resignation is eftec tive Dec Ifi Edward G Buckiand vlco president of tho road has been mentioned as the probable successor Mr Pearson came to the Now Hav en road In J310 as vice prcsldpnt suc ceeding to the presidency a year lat er He is 65 years old a native of Uockvlllc III AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I reckon an Jane are in love all right She is tryin to improve IIIM morals an he i tryin to im prove her
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