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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 18, 1927, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY NOV 18 1927 NATION AT PEAK OF PROSPERITY SAYSCPJDGE CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 the riglit but the necesslty for each people to work out their own U S Prosperity No Accident Declaring that the present position of tho United States has been attaine not by accident but by following carefully thot out policy Mr Coo lldge held that two of the basic rea sons for the nations developmen have been opposition to tha prlnclpl of government ownership and main tenance of a protective tariff H contended that any material reduc tlon of our general tariff rates woul ultimately result in a drastic detla tlon of agricultural and industrla values In tho rate of wages and tho standards of our present th president said our foreign commerc has reached the highest peacetlm record and our national income ha steadily Increased to the enormou proportions of for th last calendar year This represents a volume of production and trade far in excess of that which any othe country ever reached It IB th zenith of our prosperity All of thli should be considered in any apprlza of the worth of our longestablished N Under tho theory that more can be accomplished thru government en of private initiative Mr Coolldge added we have sought to establish a system under which the peopla would control the government and not Iho government control the EconomJo Freedom First economic freedom he said political freedom becomes noth ing but a shadow It has therefore been our wish that the people of the country should own and conduct all gainful occupations not directly con nected with government service When tho government Ones enters a busi ness it must occupy the field alonp No one can compete with It Tha re isnJt IB a paralyzing Tho president declared that the economic results which have accrued to the American people by placing reliance in the Initiative and freedom of the Individual la the very anti thesis ot communism but It has raised the general welfare of tho people to a position beyond even the promises of the extremists Wo have Demon strated that were ftble to meet adversity and overcome it Tha test now confronts the nation Is prosperity Thereis noth ing more likely to reveal the soulof a History is littered storloa of liatiojiB destroyed by their owrrvjeath It Is tmg that we have acoummulated a small but a blatant fringe of extravagance and waste nourished In Idleness and another un desirable class who seek to live with out work A successful people are al ways a mark for the vicious and the criminal But these are conspicuous mainly by contrast The great mass of bur people whatever their posses sions are conscientious and Indus trlous seeking to serve humanity They know that the doctrine of is the doctrine surrender and de cay To tho effort which built this country they are giving increased ef fort to maintain it Tho heart of the nation Is GETS LEAGUESUPPORT Nov From the Union league of Phlladel phla for 05 years a factor In Penn aylvania politics President Coolldg haa received an Indorsement of his ac niinfstration and a promise that i will support him in any coinso whte lie as a national leader may chooas to outline for the This announcement notable tot its similarity to the presidents Black Hills statement brot not the slightest reaction from Mr Coolidge when it was made last night lii Philadelphia and he Awaited calmly pro longed applause subsided to launch Into a discussion of American prosierlty and development detailing his plans for the future in the most comprehensive way he has ever done except to conrress The first public reference Mr CoolJdgcs political future made in his presence since he announced in South Dakota that he didnot choose to run for reelection next year came from Wllllnni C president of die Union league and former governor of Pennsylvania as tie presented the exe cutive with the leagues gold medal for conspicuous public achievement CRESS IS AGAIN SHERIFFSHEAD Local Man ReElected by Officers at Annual School in D M Sheriff G B Cress wns reelectefl president of the Iowa Sheriffs as sociation at a meeting held in Des Molnes Tuesday in connection with the third annual school sheriffs at the state house The Cerro Gordo officer was elected head of the state organization at the annual the sheriffs asso ciation held with tho other county officers association last summer be fore the sheriffs withdrew from the general association Other officers reelected are Nebergall Ames vice president and W to Qochee Oskaloosa secretary treasurer Cress Headed Committee Sheriff Cress headed the coVnmittea which was in charge ofthe arrange ment of the programfor the annual school and ho was responsible for obtaining the speakers who made the ohool one of the best that aver haa een held i J P Coen assistant manager of the Automobile Information and Protec tive bureau declared that this sher ffs school is the best one he haa ever een Oulman fingerprint expert of he Mason City police department who eturncd Thursday night said that iie school was worthwhile and that t taught lessons which would be valu ble to every officer In Is work Officer Oulman was especi ally Interested in bullet identification the use of photography In crime detection Hampton Judge Talks Judge Sherwood A Clock Hampton discussed the subject of the sheriffs preparation for prosecution of cases n court The sheriff B then went Into executive session to talk shop on solution of crimes bench paroles and legislative programs It was expected that several legislative recommenda tions would be embodied In the report of tho resolutions committee which was to be presented Friday at the final session of the school On the Thursday program Mrs Ida B Wise Smith president of the Iowa C T outlined the general pur poseof the temperance organization as one to bring about the abolition of the liquor traffic and the specific purposes as First to help elect proper officials and then to uphold their hands in doing their duty The legal obstacles In tha way of wiping out the liquor traffic have been overcome Jlra Smith said Now the W C T U plans to write the prohibition laws into the customs of society Cress Praises Sheriff Cress advised the sheriffs to follow tho example of temperance working women in obtaining the pas sage of their legislative proposals These women are he said They not only know as we do what they wanted of the legislature but they understood that eternally crowd ing the legislature to grant their wants was the way to accomplish ment us go and do BURY HATCHET DES MOINES Nov Peace reign a between the Iowa Sheriffs association and the state board of paroje after several yeara of strained relations I The olive branch was tendered to tiie sheriffs and accepted days session of their annual conven tion Ernest Hamilton parole board member made the peace offer tender ing the cooperation of the board and seeking the good wll of the county officers Sheriff Paul Beardley of Sioux City former association president and lead er in the attack on the board on the ground that it had adopted a policy of spurning the advice of sheriffs In releasing prisoners accepted the offer on the part cf the association express ing tho conviction the boards attitude had undergone a change with altora of membership In the last two years MAY PROLONG FUNK HEARING Ames Students Liquor Case May Not End for Several Days AMES Nov trial of Charles A Funk Iowa state college studentcharse1 with maintaining a i liquor nuisancft in his room In the Chi fratern ity house will probably be prolonged thruout the remainder of this week i1 was indicated here after a lengths cross examination of three witnesses It Is probable that the hearing of Funk may not be completed before the grand jury convenes Monday at Nevada Funk and Arthur Koesler Sioux City and Clarence Eoeke Hub bard will either be dismissed bound over to the grand jury by Jua ties J B Sogard W K Coover of lu chemistry department testified today that approximately 10 gallons of puro alcohol had been from a slor age drum at the college The defense placed Thomas Slosa superintendent ot buildings on the stand Sloss testified that Funk was one of the few student assistants who had not been Issued keys to the stor room Manly Dispatcher Is Laid to Rest Today MANLY Nov services for Henry W Walter who died here Monday night were held Thursday morning The Masonic order hah ser vices at in the Masonic Temple At service was held in the Beth al Evangelical church in charge of the Rev R Q litidy Interment wns made In the cemetery ot Mitchell for California ALGOXA Nov and Mrs Clinton Sampson left for Glendalo to spend the winter with rela tives Air Sampsons mother and step father Mr and Mrs Jerry Helgens will go next x Attend S O Investiture GARNER Nov Rev A C of the Cath olic church accompanied by the Rev tVessling of the Wesley Catholic church spent Wednesday and Thurs day inSIoux City and attended the in vestiture of Monsighor McCarthy pas tor of the church in Sioux City Garner Couple Has Son GARNER Ivov ana Mrs Martin Stupka are the parents of a baby boy born Nov 17 Obsorres 92iid Birthday GARNER Nov Haskins ob aarved his 92nd birthday Wednesday Get Rid of Nervousness Before It Gets Rid of You Grand Health Builder wilt Give Vou Strong Steady Nerves in Two Weeks or Money Back Says Michael Drug Co Mall Orders Filleil Never mind how run down you are how weak and nervous how despond ent and tired Lifetone Tablets will put new life vigor and energy into you In two weeks or Michael Drug or any druggist anywhere will return your money Power of endurance keen mind clear thinking and confidence In yourself nil come because the elements your system needs are all plentifully supplied by Llfetone Tablets People whose nerves are shattered because of excesses too much work or worry will find in Llfetone Tablets a health restorer that makes life worth living If you want stronger rierves ant 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