Mason City Globe Gazette, March 4, 1929

Mason City Globe Gazette

March 04, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRH REPORT MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 4 1929 UNITED THESS AND INTERNATIONAL MEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 125 THOUSANDS SEE CEREMONIES Hawkeyes and Corn Song Get Cheers From Eastern Cities THREAfTF RAIN FAILS TO DELAY INAUGURAL FANS New President and ing Chief Ride Up Avenue By L A Associated Press Staff Writer T7 VY 1 ran ictoi Basj voi 534 IOWAS SPECIAL TRAIN ARRIVES AT WASHINGTON Hawkeyes Will be Guests at White House on Washington turned to the elabor ate pageantry of the past today to climax Herbert Hoovers induction ice with the spectacle ofmany hOusands of massed marchers Pensylvanla avenue transformed al nost overnight from a workaday hoapfare iredectea in Blowing color isiasmAn estimated In the huge itself A display or aircraft with the navy airship Los Angeles the chief attraction was arranged as a spectacular eight that set todays ex hibition In an historic class by itself The great dome of the capital its time mellowed stone brightened by the reflected gaety ot flags dominated Ihe straight street on one side On tho sweeping cxparse ot the nnytlihe more momentu ous lhaii 1 daily train 501113 thru the news ot a new baby next door But ay WASHINGTON March 4 salting tlte peace and serenity o their Quaker village tried ancl trui friends oE Herbert Hoover from Wes Uranch Iowa plunged into the mael strom of inaugural excitement hera to day in so doing they were forsaking the comfortable routine years nn ileeT plaza fronting asphalt reaches deil with benches for thousands reared theclassiccolumned inaugural the United States lo intone his ad lot to West Blanch dress ot office to thousands here and by radio to untold millions tho world over All Space Jammed There was not an iota at space not utilized for spectators in tlie Ions stretch avenue Yellow scautlinged stands even perched securely on the coping of tlie post office building whose turvctlilte towers rear a com mandingposition in the Pennsylvania avenue skyline between the peace monument nnrt tho treasury In the parade were places for methodically marching crank military units carefree striding Indians n contingent oC governors and So with the rest of the 275 members of the Jowa delegation they had their place in tbe parade today Dr J Leech 82 physician in whoao old bug gy Bertie Hoover used to enjoy long rides into the country wlien he was a liltlo boy declared he was just rarin to pro ancl would march every step from the the capitol te house their staffs political clubs and just IGW Plaln enthusiasts HH Commercial airplanes that obtained the necessary official authorization sctnry overhead 11 a m a TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN IOWA FORECAST Cloudy nncl somewhat nnscfllcil Moiidny niBlit and Tuesday sotnc whnl culilcr iti nnrthwcst portion Monday nlcli LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weatlicr figures for 14 hour period ending at S oclock a m Monday Sunflay At 8 A M Monday 31 Degrees 25 Dfgrees 27 Degrees For like period ending at 3 oclock Highest Saturday Lowest ill Night S6 Decrees 25 Degrees Trace of Hahi Snow Sleet The bnlmlrresa hna been marked the past four dnya and with niellins and packlnpr tlie snow iovol has been re duced from its 27 inchesof ago to about 15 Inchca Monday Old Teacher There Too MolHe Cumin Hoovers old scliool teacher who Is past 70 flushed and excited over congratulations she is re ceiving from an impromptu speech made at Harpers Ferry yesterday dur ing a short train stop laughingly de clnred to her tall husband that tor this one trip he will have to be just Moltle Currans husband He told mother that It would be all riRht with him Overshadowing even tlie big events of today for them was the engagement at the white house Tuesday noon with the new president and his wife Ill old friends from the town of his birth will be among the first to cross Her bert Hoovers doorstep after he has been mads president ot the United States To them he has revealed a sicte the world seldom sees They know htm simply as Bertie Hoover who used to set vabblt traps In the anow him for colored stones along the railroad trade ami carry in wootl foe Ms mother lie sees in them the Itindly type of people who tool him in a littli orphan boy and never once let then feel that io was a burden Kccdcr Will Hold the Hat In his West Branch speech last Au j of tho few he made follow ng his faced his audi ence of home folks with a little quaver his voice as he referred to those i far off days He recalled his own Inter est in the debate among the relatives iftcihis mother died as to who should take tho orphan hoy They never assumed he would be n burden but regarded nlm as a member ot tliehfloelt he said That is the ASSUME THEIR NEW JOBS Dawes Reads Curtis Oath Before Crowd Kansan First Living West of Mississippi to Be Vice PRESIDENT SEES COUNTRYS NEED OF ENFORCEMENT Two States Calles jiowa gom goy Becomes Nations Chief Executive GIL MOBILIZES TROOPS TO PUT DOWN REVOLT Rebel Forces Take Over Back on Job MEXICO CITS March I Mexican government mobilized 1 loyal forces today to meet theattacks ot widespread and serious revolution Gen Plutarco Kllas Calles former president was dratted from his retire ment and made secretary of war In charge of all military operations As troops were biot hero from loyal I states to reinforce tlie Mexico garrison other combat contingents prepared for departure to the Ktates ot Vern Ciuz and Sonora whora the rovolt appeared center A strict cetiBorshlpTvas established yeraGruz and Sonora been taken without blood the rebel forces in Vcra CruK under the command of Genera Tesus Maria Agiiirre until yesterday chief of military operations there and in Sonora by Gen Francisco Man7O military chief Governor Faiisto To pete and Gen Mnnuel Aguirre broth er of Jesus Asuirre joined with Ma urn MIUTIIW Humes Hack Ambassador Mnrrmv cut short his vcclcend at Cueinavaca and decided hasten back to the capital with family runt prospective sonmlaw Col Charles A rinilbevKli etatemont Mexico City icws papers President Portes Gil ex iresscd confidence his government would survive the revolt gLRorncnl IB to Iho outbreak President There is dis cause of the ories Gils Htaenient says it s the movement of dlsprniitled military lend rns who wished lo impose Iheir choice tbo presidency upon the country it the elections next November TVhilo thera his lieen no pronounce ment lo that effect it is understood the movement the candidacy ot Gilhero Valenzucla former Mesc ican minister to Clrcat Britain wlio lias been outspokon in his denuncia tion ot President Porter Gil and Gen eral Calles iuziilo articles Gen Tesus M Agnlrre former close An inaugural parade in personal friend of General Obrcgon I spects as Justice Taft Administers Oath Hoover Pledges Self to Countrys Interests BULLETIN WASHINGTON March the parade began Us march down historic Pennsylvania avenue a little after oclock eastern time there was a steady rain falling that drenched the paraders and the onlookers The president and his party were high and dry within the glassen closed reviewing stand By BYRONjPRICE r Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON March 4 presidency of the United States passed to Herbert Hoover today in a col orful ceremony which he himself described as a dedi cation and consecration under God Speaking to all the world in an inaugural address delivered from the historic east steps of the capitol the new chief execu tive declared disregard of law the nations greatest peril and appealed directly to his fellow citizens to help obtain observ ance of the prohibition law With hand upraised he had repeated the words of the of ficial oath of office administered by Chief Justice Taft shortly after noon and had kissed the Bible at a passage saying lie that keepeth the law happy is he A half hour earlier Charles Curtis had sticceeded Charles G Dawes as vice president in a ceremony inside the senate chamber enlivened unexpectedly when the new and retiring scond officers making the customary brief addresses disagreed directly on the old subject of the senate rules Calvin Oonlidse once more a private ckizen alter III years oC government service turned front tho inaugural ccrernuny to liefiin ul once his journey home to Northampton lift had setn power from him with of emotion nuiy have biHMi str within hidden hehind a serene ability For the iniineiiiato future1 he will himself to a series oC m and a native of Sonora appeared lopy be leader of the rebellion Disi from Sonovu indicated that to some re llie oiost ambitious iti hislory s the last act of the Inaugural d inclml ins in Us allotted tlv GOOLIDGEWILL WRITE ftRTICLES Human Interest Material to Be Submitted to Amer ican Magazine NEW YOKIC March Coolldue tuni to tho pmsnit of lit ftrature lie rennters private WASHINGTON JIarcll 4 diaries Curtis the first mun from of the Mississippi ever to serve1 as vice president took the oath oC of fice today fis second In command of the American government Amid im pressive surroundings In the senntf chamljer whore he had served fo1 years as Hs partys leader the nowly clenlffnatetl presirienc aescendnnt of French Knglish and Kaw Indian blooit was into office In the presence of his Hevhert Hoover arid his departing chief Cal vin Conlidsc Immediately after tho administra lion of tho oath Dawes delivered n 1 hpicf farewell nddress reminiscent of Ihntwhlfh lio delivered four years nKo in rlcnunclniiuii senate rules i I want to cxjiross ray heartfelt grrntHilda tu the senate and member of the senate for their courtesy to mand Kifilil Sluies in Move The scone of the Jn some doubt Rtbel TURN TO PACK 5 COTALMN 3 spirit of the people of Iowa It waa Olcson mayor oC Branch and T A Moore Who got up the Iowa flpeclal lo como to Wash Ing ton Kvery card bears a placard announcing Hoovers birthplace and every oni of tho 275 members of the Iowa delegation carries a cane made from a stalk of corn with an ear of corn for tho head T W Rpedcr 92 has voted for every rnnnhllcan president was ac corded the honor of holding Hoovers hat while he look tho oruh of office TIKN TO JAGE 17 COLUMN B afcitodays inaug urfltion of his suc cessor as presi dent of thn United Slates nt least to the extent of onej series of magaElrio articles of the human interest type When Ihe qucs tion was put up to lilm directly or not w n s ROing to wiite ftjr t h e American FIRST WOMAN SENATOR HURT Mrs Rebecca Felton Injured in Southern Accident Ga March 4 weak from loaof blood and mo ho said in a calm strident voice from serious facial cuts re CAT AIN 00011 IK i aciiliojvledsed tliat a neries Or nrttctas TIJkN TO PAtJE S COLUMN S cclvctl in in automobile accident yes terday Mrs Rebecca Felton year old former Unitedstates Sen alor from Georgia enrly today was resting easily The ivas confiicd to n editor I lake haelc iiotliinp lio si as the chamber roared with applause and laughter rind Dawcs himself smiled at his henedlotfon I could rot he true to myself if I did not speak apaln on the collective errors of this great deliberative hotly Curtis speech hrlef and friendly carried tho spirit of comeraderle for his colleacticK Tn It he said that the senate was master of its rules which of Corlersvllle Physicians or BIVVPS had fought so hltterly derctl that she he left at the hotel for Curtis baiKcd the cave sharply as nt 1y prc to determine whetlier there would be ho look over the chair at the end of I the benodiction hy the senate chap rlMag witl lain His work over Dawes walked KaniiSOn and hla family when and look a place on the presi their cintomohlle collidcil with one ilcn1iil row facing Iho chamber rtrivon hy Tom in the Rhyn hotel she wasi taken after the automobile driven by her grandson William T Felton col lided with another cmin tbe public Will Rogers YORK March tliot when we vend tlini Mexico hail ordered tho pictnvcs of tUo accident tlcKlvoyeil they did ono of Thc nicost Mi i n s that was ever donn Hut leave it to US lo sru out aome nnrt so to any oxpcnsc and to pot thorn before i pnhlir Mfxior knew what linniT it would do avia tion Anil tioj al50 rUdit wmt WILL ROGERS to tfCft such f heros piintfo with a situishcd phi no nil knew IIP won id iniicl rather have not had iliem nscil 1 ciftr anybody 1i thn nnylhlnff they own i IhaL boy has liici with tlio on1 UK K r ciint hnvr hnd in yrnts Yn ills IOWANS LISTEN in Mason City were follow ing the inaugural duy events by radio The on 1he air started at about oclock with n deacriptivo broadcast from an air plane 2500 feet over Washington Lynch nt the National R ron d ca st i np com pa ny told of th e nnnnrasna stretching out below him ns hlF plune with muftlnd motors o lived ovfr I he eily Next followed a lalk by David TawriKo frOTn a niicroplmne In lie senate hall the first time this list rum cut hai been permitted in that chamber it was stated All oC he formal fnaugnral program was roflrtenst nver he Iadlo PART OF TASK UP TO PEOPLEHOOVER Text of IJooveis Inniipiiral Atlilrrss on March L simple foixofnt langunjje refle1 Mve of his own nersonalky 3 TorhoiTL lloovor today hiuiKClt ind Ins to enfurcemem nt home nnd I lio promt lion of psacn thrttout lint Tluse tivo stood oui in hold rolief in his inunpiMM athlresp delivfirril Tfoin a wlmply docoratetl stand on the front of cnpilot after IIP hud Uikrn tho oath ns the thirtyfirst pi esitknt ti the United Stntes Declaring that ihrt mast nialipn of all tho liincrcrn from which aclCgov ernmont muM lie safcsunrtlorl tod av is the disregard and disohodifince of Die said that lo con fcicter iheso evils to rind their remedy 1 TITKN TO PACJK 1 COfUMN jat los AnRoleM niul a inni drod firtjliiif airplanes OfCiciaU timntrd ihnt iho reniffiianl would not pnsR the wliilo house aland until latA nftornoon I rTJroy and threatening slclcs snw liio liidnotion of tho new ndrntnistralion j Into office lint until revrmoniOF 3i n if prassrfl i pen k o nly i I i it lo i ruin had fnUcn Alj n thn pri nc pa s In tho d n ya rir procession of events stirring vnflo nfiny of the ritys pnests RTllI n Coo lit so wild hoTh wrrr up shortly nfter 7 n m and by the rrlirlni master of he IIOIISR was at his desk in the ex ofrirfts clearing the last i work of his afJfninistration j Hoovfr hrpaUfasted nlnnr at S n in oj jvrrunUloil ocffs nnd tonst At that hour all of i he others In the mansion S strftt rilitl takinc a last 50 oj1 I In siipi enifi roiirl n friend TVKN AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I hated to keep lhe pxeacher stand in in the cold wind but I dont open the door for nobody until Ive had time to pick up things on the floor ;

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