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Fairbanks Daily News Miner (Newspaper) - September 1, 1928, Fairbanks, Alaska
A Fairbanks i Atli a Stoa into member Assoc i a ted press volume xxv Fairbanks Alaska saturday september i 1928. Number 200 Bourbon nominee notified issues heavy Cha Dienge Joe Robinson would fight out Campaign on major issues including a corruption a rep bucans plan hex vers Western Campaign hot Springs ark., aug. 31, Imp a native son of the Southland Joe t. Robinson formally accepted the democratic vice presidential nomination yesterday issuing a Challenge to his political foes to fight out the Campaign on the issues of farm Relief prohibition Marchant Marine and political corruption. Without mincing words the senator charged Hoover with a failure in farm Relief legislation during the Harding and Coolidge administrations. Speaking on prohibition he declared a there always has been room in the democratic party for those who differ As to the Best Means for promoting Temperance and suppressing traffic in alcoholic fair to close tonight show and free dance afternoon and evening filled with attract ions a tonight a pro Gram starts at 9 30. Last Hope for amid soil ims appears when part of seaplane is discovered _ h almost certain that Veteran Arctic explorer and five other men met death when they set out from Norway in a French naval plane to Hunt for Nobile. La add re of by a at ratan party a it at 9mm from Mimmy to a Tavai Pumm far by its if Trtria in by what. Abaca w. H. Craemar Repe Bucare was Liadal a Atria a far be Hanba. Mra. Jolia a National Chaar aaa i Hurt worst a mrs. O. P. Clarill Baicum Marti l. Rayba California stat can a a Ana Nagor Charlta l. Nasafi altar Tea drum rapid Micah Acata co in Ittak a cabbie rain 9mm99� Moamoa now Ham Pateiro lao Rio t. Canara 9mm Fumm tymm Inbi Vilior. Private air plane to by in North four passenger ship to be used in Alaska by Treadwell mining co. Official. Egyptian swimmer spans English Channell makes swim Twenty three hours i Folkestone England sept. Lip a Sihake Helmi egg Putian i swimmer succeeded in crossing the English Channel. He landed 23 hours and 5 minutes from the time he left the French coast. Amundsen plane myth report that Latham wreckage has been found Norway coast is declared impossibility the three Day Tanana Valley fair which has been generally termed the most successful yet held will close tonight with another big show to be followed by a free dance. As has been the custom in the past an admission charge of 75 cents will be made for adults on the closing night. Children under eight years will be admitted free when accompanied by Parent or guardian and the usual charge of 25 cents will be made for children Between 8 and 15 years. Tonight a show program has been announced As follows band concert selections. Ben Green Southern melodies Josephine Raatsi dance. H. S. Green specially. Valborg Kellie a i g h i a n d fling. The mysterious lady song. Linda Anderson dance. Douglas Preston Solo. Helen Durand Solo. Young Small and Green Black face sketch. When the program has been Given the floor will be cleared for dancing. The program last night was opened by selections from the Fairbanks band. Josephine Raats next appeared in dancing numbers and James Lynch Sang a Mother Mccrea and a Are you lonesome a girl scouts presented a Drill and comedy sketch and miss Helen Durand Sang a Solo. A hilarious farce sketch was presented by a group of entertainers headed by Roden Davis. Miss Clara Rupert danced the Black Bottom. The baby show and children a Parade were to be held this afternoon. The line of March of the Parade was from the auditorium through the business Section to masonic Temple where the prize awards were to be made in the baby show at 4 of clock. One of the interesting exhibits Seattle aug. 31. Jphn a and Pilot air plane. A Fairchild monoplane with collapsible w Ings and a duplicate of the Craft used by in Collyer in his round the we orld flight is ready to be shipped to Alaska on the Admiral Evans for the Secretary treasurer of the Alaska Treadwell mining company. The plane was flow from the factory at in gang Island. Vow York to san , and then up the coast Landing at Boeing Field. Arrest exiled fascist Leader starts Trousie general Rossi former Mussolini colleague returns forbidden land on sentimental . Aug. 31, report that w Reckage of an air plane be sieved to be the Latham seaplane iof the Rene Gilbaud Amundsen i Rescue expedition had been washed up on the North Norway coast i appear entirely an founded. According to late reports. The oceanographic a ice ice the of such wreckage being that of the Latham plane holding that the Drift of the Gulf Stream would have carried the Amundsen plane entirely in a different direction. Romsoe Norway sept. I apr the first definite clue As to the Fate of Roald Amundsen and the five men who accompanied him on an expedition to Rescue the members of the Nobile Arctic party was brought Here. It was a float from the seaplane in which the adventurers started for Spitz Bergen june 18. The float was found by the norwegian fishing vessel Brood and was picked up near the Fuglsoe islands a Rocky group off this port which is Seldom approached because it is so dangerous to shipping. Officers of the Steamer Michael sars and the French vessel Durance identified the float As belonging to the French naval plane in which Amundsen Rode with Rene Gouland As Pilot. A comparison of the float with photographs of the plane tended to confirm the identification. Besides Amundsen and Kuiland the plane carried Lief diet Dichsen and three French Navy men comprising the regular Cir new of the plane. Captain Roald Amundsen. norwegian explorer was Roald Amundsen min punches lawful ruled los Angeles municipal judge upholds mix for mixing with cabaret Star. Aleutian sails for North today los Angeles sept. I. A Tom mixes acquittal on Battery charges filed by William Mer j Rissey cabaret and stage Star j was written by the Ivos Angeles courts As the finale to a House party which ended up in the court room. Mix was acquitted after the judge had declared the Star had acted Only any prudent and red blooded Man would the Battle came Early one sunday morning at the end of a Beach House warming party. Judge Wilson concluded that both Morrissey and his wife were intoxicated at the time of the struggle and the comedian provoked mix by a Volley of profanity and the screen actor had the right to defend himself from verbal and Fristic attack. Paris aug. 31, a International complications Are thought possible due to the arrest of Gen-1 eral Cesare , forger i and fascist Leader on what i termed a sentimental journey across the Border from Switzerland. Some Swiss dispatche.= a questioned the regularity of the Seattle. Sept. I the capture of the Man who we Ith it steamship Aleutian sailed for Al Mussolini and two others Organ i Aska at 9 of clock this morning 128 passengers. The passengers Are for reported that he w As seized at j Seward Campioni where it is said no i c. J. Burton mrs. F. L. Roth sized the famous March on Rome j carrying and later fled from Italy. It is. Following italian visa is necessary for a visit. Rome reports Rome aug. 31, up a the Stef Ani news Agency reports that Genera Rossi italian political sex mrs. L. L. Nonini. Glady Scott. Alice Anderson Esther Asherton z. Z. Louisa mrs. E. Porter m. Engle mrs. E. C. Redmond. Mrs. E. Mcmahill William bin Etti miss r. Moody Margaret the first human being to reach the South pole. T already noted for his daring expeditions into the Arctic dark Ness Amundsen left his native land Early in 1910 intending to dash for the North pole. Reach King Funchal Madeira with the Stout Little vessel the pram he suddenly changed his plans headed South and after running a spectacular race with four oth Jer expeditions representing As Many nations planted the nor ipegian Flag at a the Bottom of the Earth it Cember 14, 1911. Of the other expeditions the British Antarctic party headed by Captain r. F. Scott was the Only one to reach Hie pole arriving at the Earth a southernmost extremity january 18. 1912, just 34 Days behind Amundsen. Scott and his three companions Peri hed two months later in a blizzard while returning to level. This Nio Nolous waste of gentlemen adventurers a Teeth time of Elizabeth Valt Nan de King Haakon plateau j their Honor of Norway a ruler lie was arrested after entering Himlin miss a. Longert. Emma the territory clandestinely. Negro upset the sports forecast there Are 22,950,000 customers in the United states patronizing electric Light and Power companies. At the fair is that showing Bureau of mines Rescue apparatus. The apparatus is similar to that used in All mine disasters throughout the country. The curtain for tonight a show rises at 9 30 of clock. Joe Dundee. World Cham Pion. Tumbles in second Roun do title not at stake. Grose miss a. Tromp t. W. Lockwood p. , p. Wilson r. H. Treadle wife and son w. Schwaneck and wife g. W. Deg Ord and wife. Miss of Secor p. K. Trowbridge and wife o. Rope three Steerage and three round trippers. Today a weather Chicago aug. 31, up a Young Jake Thompson sleek san Francisco negro caused a startling upset by knocking out Joe Dundee worlds welterweight Champion in the second round of a bout Here. The title was not at stake since Thompson was overweight. If All the population of Tho Globe were swept off that body no change in weight could be detected it is said. 8 a. In. 56. A Loudy Calm. Year ago 38 \ Cloudy. Barometer Reading 20 76. Forecast fair tonight and saturday. Cooler tonight. Other stations live Good 50�. Partly Cloudy. Tanana 43�. Visibility poor. Wiseman 48�. Ily no visibility. Cloudy Calm raining Stead it is said that but one person in ten thousand has mental qualities that fit them for flying. Base. The records found with their bodies showed that they discovered the land Marks erected at the pole by the intrepid norsemen. Expeditions representing Germany and Japan All of which started at about the same time As the norwegian and British failed reach their destination. Amundsen remained at the pole for three Daj a. Taking observations and charting the territory As Best he could. With him were five men four sledges and 52 dogs. The party took hundreds of observations using sextants and an artificial horizon. Striking an average from these positions they measured off a Small Square on the ice within whose limits their calculations showed the pole to be. Amundsen traversed every Inch of this Square thus making sure that his feet actually had trod the exact spot from which every direction was North. The pole Amundsen said was in the midst of a great ice plateau 10,500 feet above sea had championed Amundsen in several previous explorations and Quot who bad contributed $5,000 fron his private funds to help def Cave Quot the expenses of the successful expedition. In having the pole december 17,. 1911, the Little party made a to speedy trip Back to its base Ami informed the world of its achievement. For several week after Amundsen a return to civilization he failed to receive full credit for his discovery due to the fact that nothing had been heard from the is Ott party. In fact Many explorers and scientists familiar with the plans of both expeditions were inclined to the belief that Scott had reached the pole first despite the failure of Amundsen to find any traces of a predecessor. The recovery of Scott a Fidy however and an analysis of the records found with it proved that Amundsen was entitled to Alt honors a discoverer of the South pole. He was acclaimed by the people of Norway As a National hero and voted a life annuity by continued a i Page 8
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