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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 12, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Iowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV BIYB CENTS PER COPZ ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY FEBRUARY 12 1929UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE JtfO 108J Pope Observes His Coronation Date CROWD BRAVES RAIN TO GREET CHURCH LEADER Blesses Assembly From Basilica of St Peters ULLLKTIN KOMK Feb IS 1ope Iius XT iippvaml on tlie buluony out Siilo of tlio liusilica oT SL 1ctcrs toikiy iLviring a driven rain aniJ blessed Iho crowd hencatli llo wore it icrt capo red lint with gold tnsscls Nnicpojiulnco hail gutli piUd tlicru in cxpcctathm ot just his event iTcspitc an uimouuce incnl ust Hint for ilclicatc rcitsous he would liavo to forcpo it chcived him td tho echo and Jaiolf bareheaded in ho This was he popes first bless ing from he balcony his irlccffon to tlio ponHficiUc OTI June 19122 Will Rogers NEW YORK Feb Hoover 5s a mighty human guy at that Just today lie went away out ot his way to encourage some old fellow 82 years olI that liaa been working for years on some sort ot a scheme he wanted to get patented ail fl didnt know how It wns to make synthetic rubber boots out o nothingbut just soil and oxygen from a real es tate sales taHc With Hoovers influence chances are he WILL ROGERS will set it pat ented Shows you what pull will do in thi country Hoover wears rubber boots In seems Henry Ford and Fire tone due this old crani up some where They wear rubber bootb too Yours Copyright 1028 JAKE BIRD IS SENTENCED TO 30YEAR TERM Attorneys For Suspectec AxMan Will Appeal to High Court ROMI IVb UJ the seventh anniversary of his ton Iopo Pius toduy attended solemn j Itisrli ruasa in St largest church in Christendom There spcuin significance in I lio ceremony becrausa of yesterdays nt the GO your olO nouiun atid tho Italian governments Llic temporal io mass wuSt6pa climax to lof the popes jubl 5car oC priesthood mass on tho anmvcr ffiry years has been sung in tlio Sistluc chapeloC the Vatican fore IL miner restricted congregation 2n Sf Jolcrs sonic 70000 persons can he accommodated 1 1or Tlonians there but one The popes of tho chamber issued a statement that his holiness for delicate reasons docs mn believe himself able conveniently lo impart a solemn benediction from balcony of the Basilica lictrno on Papal Throne It had been assurucd previously that lie appear there and following situ tlar action at his coronation iMCSs Ihn city and the world as he did in 1922 Saluted by thn silver trumpets of the Swiss guard playing the papal march Ibe pope entered tho great basilica from tho Vatican borne aloft on the sedia cestalorin n sort of port able thvono on a platform by mita in flamo colored uniforms On cither side lingo ostrich plumed fans to and fro The pope now 72 years old seemed rather bowed down under the licavy tiara or triple crown Beneath his vert cloak richly embroidered with gold he was clad entirely Jn white the gold and jewelstudded pectoral cross TURN TO PU3E 4 COMJMN 4 COL LINDBERGH IS OVERDUE AT Airways Officials How ever Believe He Stop ped to Refuel JIUIAETIN IIMANA Keb 13 Col Charles A Lindbergh expected at Havana from Belize at p in Iiml not put in an appearance al oclockaitlio a close watcli vns liclug Ucpt for him HAVAXA Feb tJ Clurlcs A Lindborgh was expected reach Havana from Bclixn British onduraa at p m on his return rmail light had not arrived here at at time and efforts were being made locate him The colonel was believed to have itded and refueled at LaFe a small nport town in Plnur Del Itio pro nee about 100 miles west or Havana ELiUPFS FcC 12 Jake Bin Kegro convicted of commuting a inurdorous assault upon G Harold Stribling KastOmalia scntcncod today to 30 years in prison by Judge Eai1 Peters The court over ruled the defense motion a new trial Blixla attorneys said an appeal to lie Iowa supremo court ivoiild be nade eonio time today Appeal bond was fixed at 10000 K O Orgnn one ot deTonsc attor neys had nsked that sontenco be Oe fcrrort on tlio grounrt llmt an axmaTi ivho ho asserted answers cveiy partt ular oc tlie description given by Mils Stviblinj also a victim or tho ax man is now in custody in Illinois We expect a concession from htm or identification in a days Or gan declared refusing to frivo tiie suspects name to reporters or the town in Illinois where be s liold County Attorney Franlc Kovthrop argued that because of tho publicity siven tlio cnso rumors without basis were likely to appear There is stiU uiothoicharge of assault frith intent 6 murder Mrs Stribllng and this Is qn thp case ho tula Juilgo Patera said JC 6id not fccl ustifled n delayine sentence When isltefl if ha had any Icsal reason senlence sboultl not be pro lounced Bird said I dont Hunk so Ho will probably start for Fort Mad son today Bird is uuspecled of throe slayings committed two and three lays prior to the Stribllns attacks lasl fall Weaj IOWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy Tuesday niKlt nnd Wednesday probably occa fiioiial snow Nnt quite8O cold Tuesday nlRht in extreme east slifflitly colder in northwest por LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures fov I hour period ending at S oclocl a in Tuesday Highest Monday II Above Lowest in Night S Below At 8 A M Tuesday 3 Below 1 Trace of Snow About the only encouraging fcatur nf the weather Tuesday morning w tht fact that tho wind had shitte from north to southeast but on thi wind was a cargo of finelyeranulnte kind that succeeds so we in filling road beds when there is tlj slightest encouragement Jlonday maximum of 13 degrees above zcr was the highest temperature reconlc in fivn days here a provinional airplane service ation is maintained by the Pan mcrican AirviysEfforts to com unicato vrKJi nsuccessful Later reports from Muriel about 40 Hes southwest of Havana that a ane believed to be that of the LaBe however were oloncl was sighted at p Charge Booze Violations by Oil Concerns Resolution Asks Whether Col Stewart Is Involved in Infractions WASHINGTON Feb 32 ert W Stewarts namo has come be fore congress ngain but this time it ias no connection with oil leases A resolution introduced in the house ly Representative Sproul or Kansas accused some oil rettning companies o violating Ihe prohibition taws ere erroneous as the machine proved o be a Cuban government biplane en oute to he Interior of tlie island The Cuban Telephone company re elved a report that tho colonels lane was sighted over the Tucatan traits at a in but no contirma ion was received Tha famous aviator airman skipped everal stops on his return trip and It as thot In Borne quarters lie might osslbly have continued on directly to Ham I Ilia final stopping place Officials Not Anxious MIAMI Fla Feb 12 t tho TanAmerican Airways Inc laid this afternoon they felt no anxl ty over the failure of Col Charles A Unnhergh to reach Havana at i m his computed schedule Refueling facilities at LaFe are imited aaid T M Eaton general operations manager and if Colonel uintiborgh tool on a full load the oper probably would require a stop ot an hour and a half Eaton added that Colonel Lindbergl would still bo on schedule ho reached Havana by 3 p m asked an Investigation of this and also naked an Investigation ot whethei Stewart had any knowledge of tbesc violations No Business Ethics Reviewing Stewarts appearance lie fore a senate committee and lega proceedings against hint the resolution declared ho has evidenced such culpable contempt for acceptable bus ness ethics as to wanant the presump tion that he holds any profit to be it own justification Tho resolution said that an oil pro duct known as Stanolax was bcln to persons making liquor In vio lation of tlie Volstead act and that was subjected to a process by wliic drinkable alcohol was recovered fro It Illegal in Stanolax th resolution said were believed to b centered in Chicago St Louis Cin cimiali New York Philadelphia an other large cities What was described as the stat montsot a former salesman oC tl Standard Oil company also werecite He was quoted with saying that 1 THE GREAT EMANCIPATOR Mrs Starbuck Is Found Dead at Iowa City Home Depart WOMAN FIGURES IN BATTLE OVER TEACHERS BILL Mrs Pendray Succeeds in Obtaining Passage of Reimers Measure By I C KAUTACU Associated Vrcss Slaff Writer DliS MOINES Fab 12 sion ot tlio Ruimcrs bill to raise the qualifications rural schoo tcachera precipitated a pitched battle n tho Iowa house oC representatives otlay between John T Hanson ot eott county and Mrs Carolyn Pen ray of Jackson county only glslator The bill requires that all rural chool teachers have at least a high school education or its equivalent in addition to J2 weeks ot normal train ng work Hansen declared hlch school In ment Head Succumbed Suddenly BULLETIN IOWA CITY Feb 12 oner George Maresli declared fliis afternoon Dial tin as cuiivinceil tho deutli of Mrs Anna Diller StitrbncU who found Ucud in lied Dis morning wliilo hef Itiis bnnil was enroulc to Minneapolift with Ilio body or a cirl student at Iho University of loiva who had committed suicide was tine lo natural riiusos IOWA CITY Feb J2 Jtr Anna Diller SUUhxick instructor in music at the University oC Iowa ami I wife of Dr Rrtwin n Stnrlnick head ot the department of philosophy was found doad in her bed this morning Her husband left here Monday niglit lo accompany tho body oC Miss Jin ctto A Nelson who committed sui cide to the home of the gitls father In Minneapolis Nelson employed by Dr SVar buck as a graduate student wius found in her room Sunday with KOV CONGRESS GETS PROPOSED PLAN FROM COOLIDGE Fund Regard ed as Partial Payment l by Local Boosters in THE appropriation a total of 430000 for a tice and iederal building in Mason City was eluded in recommendations public buildings in various tions of tlie country sent congress Tuesday by dent Calvin Coolidge ing to an Associated Press disi patch The recommendation of which th Mayou City item was a part covoroq 07 separate HoniP a lotrU appropria tiou of 53110500 ami tho eventual pendituro oC lG7rB500 cril gas jet open A found this artificial patiblo with her ideals note said she world iacutn rained teachers riding to schoo were not interested the rural community Thestatement brot n from Mrs Pendray who asserted she re sented the inference tliat teachers trained in city high schools were a detriment to the rural schools You gentlemen pt the house must como to the rescue oC the rural school Mrs Pendray said in sup port ot her claim that there existed need or hotter trained teachers Hill Finally Passes After a lively debate the bill passed 32 to 8 Votingagainst the bill were Representatives Kylamlor Baiter Van Wcrt Mathows Griswoia TIanson Gilmoro and Burton Before tnklne up the BensonHollis biH to create a statewide area for bovine tuberculosis eradication house TURN TO PAGE 4 COLUMN 3 Thc original estimate for tha poseil federal building in Mason in prepared by tho postoffico Coroner George Maresh is iuvcstilmenl 1vas galing the death oC Mrs StarbucU i Kegavdcd as Vartial Maresh reTusecl to comment on lliel jisocoa loathuntil wovtl is received from Dr Lxvo separate Starbuck or until the latter moticl was regarded Xtiss Nelson a research nssfstnnti u M anil others iu the department of character edu1 i puL KcuinE tho inuUatj cation oC which TJr StarbucH was dij imK tio government na a partial aiJ cctor waa to have terminated her proprlatlon to bo used in tlie puriliaJ employment in that department tills ot tho sile initial 0 which was ntvnicil M items ona for 3riOOOj Artist Scotts latest portrait of Abraham IJncoln with slsetchcs depictinc the points of ITIS life To Speed Up Evidence of month A bricC note she left gavi the only motive for her suicide It eiucl External circvmiDtances uavo not driven me to thisI liave proved sim plythat living is Intolerable to one whoso niincl and soul destiny Ills Meals TJic note found In her packet book had been written on In starting the construction with understanding the remainder bo propviated at the nest session oC gross iheHew KtriZc turo has brcn iTecicleit upon fs not Icnown here Iast year card Starbuck received her bPchelor of arts degree from Iceland Stanford university In 1903 and camu to the University of lowi an instfuctoi f Ihrcc years later Kho leavca five children three of whoni are at home anil tnO away at school library livosf of tllo department inspcctotl oral prospective plnucn in tJ olfy nnrl sent their reports o Ilia of tin supcrvjslng tncliitcct in CARAWAY BILL IS RECOMMENDED ENDS DECADE OF WORK FOR BUILDING laude Bowers Contrasts LincolnDouglas Origins Sees Parallel Between Eman cipator and His Political Opponent Prosecution of 4 Wisconsin Officers Urged by Attorney MADISON Wis Feb 12 inal prosecution ognlnst Llfiut Gov Henry A Iluber Theodore Dammunn secretory state Tolin W Tteynohls attorney general nnd Joseph D Beclv defeated candlclruo for governor all pfogressivcs for violation of the cor i jpt practices acl was recommended today bpforo Tmlse K E Sclioir of lane county superior court by Artlui RIUTJ spccinl district attorney nnmccl Uiat court sold about 5200000 worth of Stano lax to a hootlogger In the vicinity of Kansas City with the full ot local officials Itlamcd on Stewart Stewarts name was further drawn nto tho matter when the former salesman waa declared to have aaid This source of sales appears to iiave been exploited by the Standard luring tho time Col Robert W Stew art was the nominal and actual head of the Standard Oil company of In dlnna producing substantial profits to the company and greatly enhancing Colonel Stewarts reputrtton as a suc cessful executive Ttiiyn Osago OSAOE Feb B Hunt has bought the old Mitchell County banU bullrtlns in which ho has his shoe re pair ahoD from John Hovelson EXPERTS PLAN SECRET CONFABS Even Single Window in Con ference Room Is Heavily Draped BULLETIN IAKIS Feb 12 Asso ciated Iress learned on an tliority tcHlay tlint Dr Iljalmur Schact presHlcnt of the Gennnn Ilelclisbnnk told the cxpcrtE this mornlne that Ger many could no longer pay at the present rate tinder the plau PARIS Feb 12 The committee of experts mcetingto solvo the repara tions problem resumed lift work this morning in an almoat hcnnetically sealed room Tho management of the Hotel Ggorge V whore tho meeting tools place took even greater precautions against disturbance than yesterday Tbero was one window tben which not jo closely curtained but that the experts could be seen aeatctl around a table Today even that shade was closely drawn Prior to convening the committee Owen D Young its chairman wild nothing would be given out rcRardin thn days work until adjournment thi afternoon nt 5 oclock The Japanese members of the com mitteewove the first to arrive this morning Mr Young himself Uio showing up fully a half hour early He spent the intervening time In or giniwulon of the days program Alternates sat with the TRINGFIELD 111 Feb 12 Claude O Bowcra New York keynoter ot the last democratic na tional convention stood today In tho Sangamon county courtroom whose walla onco echoed to the voice of Abraham Lincoln and painted a parallel between tho emancipator and Stephen A Douglas Ills life long po litical rival Had died in Lincoln ami Doimlas both the first ycnr of the Civil Johnston Loses First Tilt to Regain Governorship of Oklahoma OKLAHOMA CITY Olila Feb 12 In tho preliminary skirmishes in Us prosecution of Henry S Johnston suspended governor of Oklahoma before a senate court ot Impeachment the liouse at representa tives board oC managers tutlay planned to speed xip Introduction ul evidence to prove the H charg against the chief executive Three times yesterday objections to testimony ot 11 10 Sullivan private secretary to Johnston centered about Dewey Crossthwalte pardon case upon which one article oC impeachment Is based were overruled iho testimony objectionable to the defense related to events leading up to Crosathwailcs pardon The prosecution however abandoned questioning along that line after Thomas II Owens defense coun sel said ho would admit any of he prosecutions contentions as to the pardon except that it was corruptly and unlawfully issued Sullivan testified that James R Leads Fight to Prevent Speculation in Grain Futures WASHINGTON eb 12 M mediate enactment of tlie Caraway Wll to prevent speculation in cotton irui grain futures vviis nsUcd in the senate today by Senator Brookliart republi can Iowa TJie senator said the measure would bo a start toward curbing a situation which he declared wis injurious grain and cotton grower We dont contend that this bill will entirely solve the trouble1 llrookhurt said but it will be a start We ccn pass this bill now and then in the spe cial session go into the subject otill moro fully The measure Is sponsored by Sena tor Carawaj democrat Arkansas is opposed by a group led by Senator KcinsdeH democrat Louisiana who yesterday said it would have rerso effect upon grain and iricofl to war the historical status ot one would not have differed greatly from Hint of the other The Lincoln of history WIH developed or Ijrot out by the sufferings ana struggles of four Moodsoaked teardrenched ycnrs of loneliness and said Politicians scorned Lincoln to the end ot his life and the people love him to the end of time Cast in Opposing HolesJ will Ao two great leaders of opposing forces in all history have been more strangely identified in their careers They were cast for opposing roles in many a drama of their day their llvca touched at many points and as long us Lincoln IH remembered Doug las cannot be forgotten By all tlie dirinlca of convention all tho advantage in the contest should have boon with Douglas When he first looked out upon the world from a neat cottage In the thoroly settled town of Brandon In Vermont Lincoln tho child in his fourt It yenr wna tottling about a sonllcl onbin in a Kentucky clearing I The father of one was an educated i I TO TAGK 4 COLLMN 3 Armstrong Johnstons advisor uncle of Mrs O O Hammonds the governors former confidential secre tary had called the chief executive by telephone aud advised him to grant the pardon that good medicine W3 to be made by it The call came after Ivouis Flschl member of tbo house and JudgeThomas W Champion nl Ardmore had appeared at thfl govcr nors office for tlio pardon Sulihan said Sullivan testified that Johnston had demanded that ho shoulder responsi bility for fused in ad1 coUcll i 2 IOWA GIRLS ARE MISSING Father Asks Des Moines Police to Help Fears Daughter Kidnaped DliS MOINES Feb 12 1ugel of Zookspur today enlisted t The decision to erect a faderil nullcl irp here culminates n decude ugltnilun among Mason City residents Tor lie structure tho work centering chiefly in the Chajnbcr oC Commerce The first action for moro posloffice room in Mason CHy waa made on April 11 1021 when representative C X Jlangen introduced a hill ill fr in approprhition oC SI 23000 for enlarging ami 1cniodellnp tho present building Believing this sum waa loo small to provide a building adequate to tho of Mason City the executive committee of the Chamber or Com merce met with ioniucssman Haugen Vov L anrl presented data OB thn growili it city and tho de velopment of locnl business institu tions It was pniiitnl out that mnny nfffcis which properly should bft lo tntcU in tlio federal building eMWherc At this meeting tho oimnemlalinn mndc to Mr Viaiifieii for a Uuildlnsr large enough to hoiiMe a federal court As result I the for piiniioiis wns raised lo Goal An result nC Ihifl conference rrsenlativu JFaugen net to work o4 the job of getting a S225COQ appro priation for Mason City Included tho federal building allotment OS Jan 5 tlio mado that Postmaster General Worle and Andrew Jlellon socrlary it treasury Included Mnson rity in truj TLIJV TO PAfiK M COLUMN 4 the pardon and that he re aid of local police in a Rearcil for his ho IJPJ her Mrs Hammonds name waa broL in to tho trial when Sullivan told ot her activities in the governors offico He said sho was wont to resort to tears when thwarted by Johnston and at other times exhibited anger daughter Mario IS lie said lie lievod tho girl Imd hwti kidnaped tcctlvcs couid find no trace of High School Orators to Compete at Waucoma AVAUCOMA Feb prelim inary declamatory contest Is to bo hold at the opera house hero Feb 28 Four towns will vartlelpnte Frcrtvlcksburff Law Xew and Waucoma Jiere i JJarlo Icit home Thursday mornirsJ intending lo walk to Madrid about miles away Iufjcl said A motorist from Zoolfpur toM Iho father he look her to Iho Miulrid office and tofcl Mario intended to walk home agaEu Another girl was rcporteil niitslrip today Mrs William Winder of Molncs sairt her dntighter Louise 17 oid hiffb wcliool srnioj left homo i wecl and had not returiifttl A Ipttffr uvitton to a friend fr Omaha saK7 slio Und run nwny to tnavrird and snhl writb her inuthev AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen 1 know its hateful bul IE I didnt make light o Kllas operation an keep her mad shed tie over here bor rowin something everday t   

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