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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FINAL EDITION for the Home rifiw AND MASON OTTV 1929 JMITED PRESS ANP INTERN AtTON AT NEWS SUPPLEMENT At SERVICE IVER PARTY BREACH U ll ON SUNDAY rfo Official Welcoming I Planned for Presi dentElect VSIHNGTON Jan i VHP and ceremony of an official Vminff will be lacking In the to be tendered Herbert Sunday when ho arrives nctngton to start clearing off malpreparatory to taking over C government March 4 is are being made for an of i delegated welcoming body battleship Utah reaches Old Vmroit Sunday L R Rjch nrse personal friend of the be the only repre reson rePuWican national nlako tlle trip from stnbff sreet Mr Hoover and to our L Party back to tho cap nances0 on Hand SLAYER iltit nt tlie static IB special trai inla port Jus rs will bo Iia e landing day I will militate agalns tx reception since Jlr Iressed a desire tlia tho capital he as un He also has re fithorltles not to flro ah docks y the arrival to be ittended by crowds re feel that the return of its presidentelect of an unofflcla oth at Old Point Corn the day Jn Washing His Callers Hoover will go Ini r home on S street i being put In readiness fills are not being made leader but a staff ommltteo headciuar a record of the name of ererybody who de rthe presidentelect himself however must i engagements Tho list la a large one and from It f would appear as it tha pres feet would have ft busy time ro I callers during his week or 1 In tho city Will Rogers NEW YORK Doc SlThe old year went out tonight thru the necks of millions of bottles Its a good thins the drys won at the last election New York couldnt a car ried any more Thereis not an Idle flask In tlie city tonight If they would jUHt give the Poor the empty bottles and let em sell em there woula be no poverty for a WRL ROGERS cal snows Betting a seat tonight Thats box office prices One patron was able to get ono at that price at tho box office and dropped dead with amazement before he could It would take Coolldee Smith the thre fll Tours T WILL is If the democrats had Ito tenea to me and not entered a ticket at all this year they would have been celebratingtoo tonight ComriRht 1928 ALLS WELL THAT ENDS WELL QUESTION MARK TAKES OFF ON ENDURANCE HOP lyers Ordered to Remain in Air Until Engines Quit BUIXETIY SLEEPS YEAR IN B 8 UTAH ENROUTB TO TON ROATIB Jan 1 Hoover peacefully as RN TO PAOE 14 COLUMN B iyfa 111 50WA FORECAST W i to cloudy today and colder ILOCAL STATISTICS jHhwQazette weather figures for period ending at 8 oclock a AIRPORT nrmjs triiiiotorert eiidur nnco plane Miirk ou Hie air nt fnoni a attempt hy means of acnal rcfucllinc remain aloft until its engines wear out The army refueling piano pHoteil Iy Ueut Oilns Sfoon pro ccrtert tlio Question Mark Into tiio nir Capt IraC Eaker was at the of tlie onrttirance plane The liuRe plane was maneuv ered aloft without difficulty How Worlds Chief Cities Greeted 1929 Ity the Associated Tress oM jcar Qut with snow tailing heavily in tho north oc Great Britain and a sloppy drizzle In the metropolis As King George was thot out of Imminent danger fes live greeting to 1029 was unabated carp served with many sauces and carefully cooked was the piece de resistance In Berlins New Years celebration Along with it were doughnuts filled with jam Hot punch full of kick was drunk in toast to 1929 Lucky emblems were cast from lend lo tell tha future and 192S went out with the cracking of firecrackers of courtmartla ed soldiers received pardons or com mutations of sentence Doumcr Years gift from President sue began the N Tear as u miitu cuuuty undei Ulc nationalist flag with civil warfare ended As the solar calendar had been adopted recently China for thn n co Aeiv Years day f the with tflG other countries not eckon their years numerically as In o Occident celebrated the LZ o Funmakers Autos Stall in Snowstorm NEGRO CONVICI BURNED AS LIFE STILL LINGERED to D Killer of State Farm Em Probbitum Agent Claims ploye Pays With Slow Holiday Eve Quietest i n J He Ever Saw Ueath f HICAGD Jan 1 ypThD now i ROME Jan 1 WS iv on a funeral pyre after Slow death a vicious the mcv o bains at ll a mob for seven bourn exacted oC Charlev 41 year old Negro convict f wl ivuisi IL vear eei Ue Cily ever rla of T D loye of the state prion farm and storm found themselves stalled nad maze of machines Streets were soaked with half frozen sleet An unusually t0 25M if Then ho was pinioned visibility a 0 coverlet quickly imon the city The predict frigidity aid not make Itself felt until most Of the lad gone home Women Hit hy tlc de i JHomlnr 23 dosreca I hi Night 3 below A M Tuesday 3 below said that 3029 got a cool that tact tlio temperature on t 03 cold as any wltltcr 3 below zero A shone brightly New Years i trying to offset the Influence jjwjrtliwost wind T OS ANQELBS Jan l 1 armys newest unknown quantity lie trimotored monoplano Question Mark was poised here today for the most elaborately planned endurance flight ever undertaken Tho plane was under orders to take to tho nlr 730 a m today and remain tip until Its motors stop or until its crew of five calls quits Tho Question Mark will be refueled n the air three times dally Oil and upplles also will bo passed to it from other planes as the big machine lies to and fro between Los Angeles and San Diego The five flyers aro MaJ Carl Spatz fllcbt commander Capt Ira C EaJcer chief pilot UeutK Hurry A Halvor aon and 121 wood It Quesada pilots nnd State Sergeant I7oy W Hone me chanic They are prepared to live for weeks in tho nir If Hie motors do not fail them Less than three whole days however will Khalier the worlds record of GO hours 7 minutes held by Belgian airmen Before the flyers were awake loday ecvcrnl women wcro busy In Van Ntiys preparing an old fashioned New Years dinner ns well as a hearty breakfast Thc fond was packed iij special containers and stowed nijny the Question marks aft compaVtment Hot meals will Iw taken aboard thc plane twice daily ConaldfHifaglllt he acci I T LIQUOR DEATHS fiAIHBY 256 Total Figures for 1928 in New York Alone Show 1565 Died NEW TORK Jan 1 mrles Norrls chief medical examin r issued figures lodayshowing that id litiuor or ila effects caused c oro deaths in 132S than in the prevl us year In Tvctv Yorl Tlia total fig rci for the year were 1565 Dr Norrls attributed a large mm r of deaths in motor accidents homi cides and accidental death from fal to poison liquor AVJilIe only 130 alcoholic doatl are recorded for the year ho sal thero was a marked Incrcnso In horn Icides motor accidents anrl accident deaths from falls Most of thcso a directly triccrblo to poison alcohol Tlie medical examiner said there i as much drinking now as when loons were running ami lhat tho Umio now being is mowily bad In fact thrro is no such thing n a Kntc drink nowadays ho added Southwest in Grip of Snow asl929Dawns Weatherman Promises Modi eration in Cold Wave From North TUKN Tf M COLUMN 4 Belmond Girl to Visit in Germany BEUfOXD Jn JMi9g Alin Hneelmalcr lias left for New York where sho will set sail for Germany to sit her old home and parents thcr She will return lo Bclmond upon the of her visit She Is ng out naturalization Japcra io b como a clllzen of this counlry KANSAS CIT1 Jan I gotten by the xveather man in Ihe Kind of meteorology needed for deal Christmas the southwest awoke today lo behold tho first day of tha new ycar m a snowy frock ihe snovushered In yesterday ly mild temperatures In Missouri Kan Oklahoma Colorado and parla of adjoining states was tha forerunner of a cold wave fronj the norlhwest o peeled lo strike tcJay and Bend lie mercury tumbling Tle weather bu reau reported that Iho wavo would be Cfl nnd int some moderation could bo expected by tomorrow Street workers In Kansas Cilvand othci large ciileg nt tno snowcovered states managed to clear the thoro of a fourinch fall in tla make motoring easy for celebrants of He now year wending their wny lomeivartl in uo cuJy hours vays wcro being cleared and paUolkl In Oklahoma ami Kansas the heav snowfall was in tho wheat see Ions and farmors rejoicrl at the crop oncfits l9 to iho ndlltional tuic The snoiv melted rapidly in olorado hut Missouri wltere tho fill ontlnued iho 1nnlcot became Iinav d rcmainctl MORAL MURDER CHARGE FILED Prosecutor Claims Held man s Mental Suggestion Prompted Suicide a XJurs m clothing of summer Argenliiie wel comed JM9 with festivities In on nff rose sardens 1 used the promenades swimming at tho raciniat Palermo SOUTH rived in daylight Casino national andAi were crowded to Amcrlcnn vfsilo e residents of Havana her affectionate orttot American people from who M ijiJuaR for riplsbmaklnc i ojng vouh looking froni thn street and wa5 y fatally A strcc1 was shot In thn left ho stopped from thc platform fs car In Kiiiitb in thn colony musketry sounded 7olico aid liiprc was Intermittent for several murs along South stale street South Park way and Michigan avenue cs TURN TO PAGE 11 COM MX 3 id o t o i in dress ot to e sneezed at The peron ho has rsripeil the flu laiife Ohio Crescent CANTON Ohio Jan next chapter tho FearnHelclman and suicide will bowritten hero next Monday A grand jury will convene at that time to consider a moral mrderchirse aKainst Wll iur o Heldman whose wife Margar et killed herself after confessing to Mm that she had slain a Canton coal man on Dec 6 Heldman 27 year old Loraln furnac salesman was held to the grand Jury without bonds on the murder ato yesterday at the conclusion of a preliminary hearing before justiceo tho peico Doimltl Smyth The question tho grand jury wil consider is whether llcltlnmn wft morally responsible tio suicide of his wife who shot herself Dec 13 is Heldman was bringing her here fidm Joram to answer for tho slayingof I Kem winm illinbecauso ho mailc llfo for nifi a iell on earth Tho prosecution iltcnipt lo show that lHrinrinsijiuf Rpstion to his wife that Klie Bft tluvoitrt chair for heraot prompter tho young woman to life inniaiiuel ro s from ofli and frock with all he replied pich in Italian L T Burwash Arc clrank a toast to the the magnetlcXpole where he Js con jstlne an Instigation to find out lo shlftcd I50S In vari tho Arctic regions SO department O j wpnfllnn department than 100 officers f at TrvlnBton Jan 1 T of ahrmt one out family sick viilh flu i inunlty nllho none of thc is yet proved fatal some s ffif medical attention t ery com 1 Mounted Tollce no the New Tear expeditions nenaecrtts from In Iho Anlarc and side of Antarctica Richard B Byrd and barer SOO mile r the chorlls in iCHIQAGOAN KIDNAPS FROM ESCORT AT POINT OF GUN CHrCACU Jan I youth Mis Mary Rarnse today f a nist1 was police MKlison Wts e last that tho out pokel t his ns ho Miss were silttrii In ar and furnl to drive to Islanil a suburb llansen was orloiod ott tnc nthr away with trio ute Over Boundary Is Still Raging New Years Finds Bolivian Paraguay Trouble Back at First Stage WASHINGTON Jan 1 Years day found tho BolivianPar aguayan quarrel apparently back to ts old status of a long standing bounj uary diapute Both countries have tsreed to the principal of i conciliation protocol with constrtern tion Vicing given today to its tinn ivordfng and tho appointment of the nine judges provided ni a mediation trJbunJ After representatives or Bolivia and Paraguay at the PanAmerican con ference sign tho protocol it will he necessary that it ho ratified by the governments of both countries before Jromlni effective Ioth havo already approval or main Ifrms Of tlic nltiR Judges who will Iwiulrc into the border battles Bolivia Pnrnpuny would name two each One woiiil K rliosen from fuv other American repiihliis Bolivia and Para guay having tiio rilit lr ngree upon the countries lo bo named As it stands at prlMMit tho Unitcl Ktatos and Clila are to bo reprosenteil with Argentina Hrastil ant UniKiiiiy likely In I nthMthvpe Minister riln de Medina aro iindorstood to have agreed upon Icrllons havo not bonn t Tlio medlaton tiLhnual would l0 concilia lurikmateB of complicity TV Escape Jaat a attempt to es Ientha longllns of automo at the place whero he Put to death Shepherd was iwtiveen men ono holding e and the other a pistol With a wiunon movement he sciMd the rifle but Ills attempt was cut short by a thn lieail wltn tho pistol m lynched tJie Npffro was to a ft of lips ntpr sonic of the timbers Ol Ills mob wore nalrl to have slashed Mm kliiytw Iirst reports were that 1 shotswere fired into hln bort ill thesa wera oontiadfted Nri ntAtonient csmp from hi IPS but his nuiUerincra were puiic itatcd will cuise Before the omhcis had lied out thcmob had dispeivcd After gJudliiB hundreds of slnco ho committed tha crimes earlv Iliday Shepherd surrendered Mon day to a woman planter JUss Lanri 10 Kcoier his former employer ear Perthshire nttvr exacting a promise from her that she would company him when he was taken back to tho farm Admitted Ills finilt Miss Keeinr with SIoplcrds broth and unarmed had pone to a cab l her plantation whew the slavr ficvcra mon sh f Co in In a milo and Imlt of jceme about sn men In cars overtook mcih the prisoner asked Mis KeeJer to 11 m another car In which ihey send her And seized the Shepherd pleaded with nsr to p dont let them take me but abs lo l powerless fnterceda she iilrby maMm trm brUhve r the Pacific coast lrt AUNT HE1 By Robert QuiJlen It aint very hard to alienate thc affections of a wife that lets her husband hia own breakfast 1 JIIU uiiai lr uia i know lot V the mja in the   

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