Mason City Globe Gazette, March 9, 1929 : Front Page

Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette March 9, 1929

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 9, 1929, Mason City, Iowa b N m kfle n Pc df tu sic ch TwJa 1 Ten Ti Km I M laH r North Iowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT ASONCITY IOWA SATURDAY MARCHlTW FINAL1 EDITION UNITED fRHSS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 130 AIRPLANES TO BOMB REBELS Hoover Is Determined on TAR REACHING INVESTIGATION TO COME FIRST U S Will Supply Mexico With Guns to Put Down Rebellion WASHINGTON March D Went Hoover came today to the cud of his first working week as the nations chief executive with definite plans In mind for a far reaching In vestigation to bo made by his law en forcement commission In addition despite the distractions presented in the foreign field by the possibilities International compli cations stirred up by a full sized Mex ican revolt the president had given thot to immigration and the problems of federal employes and had see dozens of callers on other questions domestic concern The full scope of tha investisratlo of law enforcement contemplated wa disclcwed yesterday when In reply t questions of press correspondents tb president said It Is intended to er the entire question of law enforc ineTU and organization of justice Complete Survey Include con enforc fVadviilv J r amendmei thavef grown up ti sether with theenforcement of th laws In respect to narcotics to im migration to trade restraint and ever other branchof federal governmen law enforcement ho said The first step In law enforcement lie added Is adequate organtzatio of our judicial and enforcement ays tern The Mexican situation occupied th attention of the cabinet yesterda while stray bullets were whlstlmf across the border at El Pqso Afte the meeting it became known that th southern republic had been negotiat Ing with the United States for surplu war materials ant would be euppllci with such as might be used At the same time it was made clea that there was no difference of opirv ion bolween the war department ant the slate department over the steps that whould be taken to protect tho American borders It was considered unnecessary at this time to send ad ditlonal troops to the border Up to Attorney General Questioned concerning changes to bo made in government personnel the president said comparatively few were contemplated He adtled that hepro posed to retain as many as possible of those who have given honest and zealous service The problem presented by the status of tho national origins provisions of the Immigration laws has been refer red to the attorney general for an opinion Unless that officer finds otherwise will necessary for the president to issue proclamation on April 1 to put them into effect on July 1 Attorney Coolidge Back at Work in Old Office IOWA FORECAST Mostly fair Saturday niglit and Sunday rising temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazetts weather figures for hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Saturday Friday 35 Abore Lowest In Night i Below At 8 A M Saturday S Above March always did have a reputation for being changeable and this trait was never bettor exemplified han Friday when after pushing the mer cury up to 36 above a northwest wind got fn Its work and In the night the reading was 1 below zero the flrat subzero temperature oC March The wind remained In the northwest Sat urday morning and despite a bright sun wnrmlnir lip was a bit sloir PAVE WAY FOR U S TO ENTER GENEVA PARLEY Rules Will Be Revised so Country Can Become Member Probe of Explosion 1 LINDYSTARTS NEW AIRLINE Lone Eagle Hops Off From Mexico City to Browns ville Texas VALBLUEXA AIR farch 9 Charles A Lind bergh Inaugurating the Brownsville Mexico City airmail service hopped oft from the Valbuena air field at oclock this morning eastern standard time The colonels route was to carry him ver parts of the states of Hidalgo 7era Cruz and Tamaullpas most of vhtch iiavo not been seriously affected 1 V tho revolution The colonel whose right uhoulder vns injured In his recent onewheeled esccnt at Aralbitena was without the Ing and bandages today He planned to make a slop at Tam Ico A second trlmotor plane in charge f Alfred Kent ot tho Mexican avla lon company accompanied the fa lous American airman taking ott at 05 a m This Is the second time that the olonel has Inaugurated an airmail assengor service between Latin merlca and the United States Sev weeks RSJO he opened the Fan merican airmail service between anama and the United States liyl ot Cuba Deaths Jump to 6 Injured Put at Fifty Commissioner Admits Part of Blame in Dynamite Blast in Barn CCRIBNER Nebr March 9 the face of a slowly mounting death toll Dotlge county officials have virtually dropped their investigation Into Thursday nights dynamite blast which has cost the lives of six men ami loft nearly SO other persona Jn Jurcd several critically County Attorney E I Jlahlln an nounceti last night that no Inquest would ho held to fix responsibility for tho tragedy I seeno criminal NEW THEORY IN LIQUOR DEATHS Mficers Think Poison Rum Was Taken From In dustrial Plant PEOIIIA III March 3 leory of Chicago fctlcrai agents that e poison liquor which sprcat death land blindness In central Illinois was diverted from Peoria Industrial plants was being investigated today Peoria firms dealing In Industrial alcohol said nono of the poisonous HtjuMhad been stolen from their warehouses Maurice Mansfield who is charged with being the wholesaler of tho deathdealing liquor supply said he got the shipment In Cicero but hls story was openly discredited by investigators They announced the belief that cith er Mansfield was attempting to shield a local Industrial plant which hatl been seljlng him nlcohol or that the liquor hart been stolen Stales Attorney Henry Prntt who Is preparing evidence to place before i grand Jury Monday In an attempt to ndict 10 persons said he was getting valuable lielp from small hootlegscrs n and near iooria These smnll deal ers he aaid were anxious to retnllato against Mansfield entering their field and forcing their prices down responsibility said air Mahlin after spending the flay in gathering facts concerning tho explosion ot GOO pounds of dynamite in a blazing barn at the homo of County Commissioner Carl Hollander The county attorneys announce ient followed the demand of Mayor IT Itanselm that an intiucst be leld The county is responsible for Ills the mayor declared Why didnt some one tell us this dynamite was in our midst Mayor Ranselm Bald he may yet call a mass meeting of citi zens to press his demands for an ot Iclal Inquiry At the home of a soninlaw in Fre mont Commissioner Hollander was near collapse from a nervous break down and shock He was quoted aa having told Arthur Schutz a banker and friend that he felt he was partly to blame for storing the dynamite above ground Four men all firemen were either killed outright or died soon after Ths casualty list mounted to six when the deaths late yesterday of W F Struba garage owner and Arthur Schoeneck truck driver At least ono other may die physicians said Gambling Raid Nets 23 in Des Moines pub DBS MOINES March 0 tythrce men faced arraignment In municipal court today on charges ot rambling They were arrested when MAYOR OF ST LOUIS IN RACE Democratic Opponent of Vic tor Miller Is Lawrence McDaniel ST LOUIS Mo March 9 Mayor Victor J Miller republican and Lawrence McDanle democrat are the nominees for mavor ot St Louis for the runoff election April 2 Completeunofficial return3 today from yesterdays spirited primary showed Unit Miller seeking his second term blasted the hopes of Henry W Kiel eratwhili nernetual mavor for n comeback by irinnlnir renomlna tion with a majority ot 13MO votes The vote was Miller 01873 Kiel 77575 McDaniel n former circuit attorney received 11484 oC the total democratic vote cast for three candi dates The vote MuDanlel 11434 fornier Federal Judgo Henry S Priest 3151 Dr John H Simon 3081 The total vote of 1S81GG was the heaviest municipal primary vote In many years The fight for republican nomination was bitter with of the citys most powerful political leaders pitted against each other Kiel had served three consecutive fouryear terms as mayor and voluntarily re Urcd four years ngo Miller former president of the police board has henn a storm center In St Louis republican politics for many March S council of the league of nations today unanimously adoptet the resolution of Sir Austen Chamberlain tenfllnir to facilitate adhesion ot the United States to the world court The resolution requested tho com mittee of jurists considering revision of the world court of Justice statutes to consider the present situation re firardinfj accession of tlm United Stiiten to tlie court It requested tho committee to make suggestion to facilitate accenston or adhesion on conditions satisfactory tn ail interests concelTied Bverjr member of the council spoke in favor of the resolution Penult Radio Stations GENEVA March 3 Tile coun cil oC tho leaguo of Tiatlons voted to day to allow Switzerland to maintain an observer radio station In times oC international peril The action la pub ject to Indorsement ot the league as sembly Switzerland Has asked that moB sagea may Isavo ana enter the coun try In time r war or throat of war since must necessarily maintain strict neutrality The councils move ja regarded as a stop forward in a project for the leagues own wireless station Rochester to See One Time Mexican War Head Former Secretary Seeking Treatment From Mayo Brothers MEXICO CITY March 9 It la said here on good authority that for mer minister of war Joaquin Amaro will leaye In a day or so for Rochester Minn where he will enter the Mayo Brothers clinic In an attempt to save his left eye It was previously erroneously an nounced at his homo thixt an tion removing the eye had already taken place Tho orgau was Injured recently in a gamo of Jal Alai or uban handball General Amaro was one of the tnoct oyal of the government officers but Ills Injury nns completely Incapacita ted him for service in the present crisis was replaced in the cabinet by General Calles former president JOAQUIN AMAItO Farm Relief Plans Are Laid Before President Both Senate and House Lead ers Working on Legisla tion for Farmers LEGISLATION TO HELP CHILDREN NEAR TO VOTE Bill Would Bring Educa tion to Door of Crip pled Child raided a club and said they found the men playing oards dice and olher games of chance The agents seized gambling para phernalia and A man who gave lie name of Ben jamin Hayes pnld he was manager of he ctni Officers said they believed names given by somo of the others were fictitious Will He May Day Chairman T1S MOTNUS March 0 Kdlth S Countryman of Des will he chnirmnn of this years Msiv tiny health JJr Henry 11 Ipfrt time health commissioner an nounces 8 MEN HELD IN PAYGAR HOLDUP Taken in Toronto Burglary Small Boy Sees Robbery TORONTO March 9 men were unrter arrest today In con nection with a paycar holdup Six ot them were captured by police after a 20mile automobile chaaa Tiie car carrying money to pay workmen on a construction Job was held up yesterday on a downtown stiect A posse of police armctl with eawcd off shot guns was cruising the high way in search of the men last night when their suspicions wero drawn to a speeding taxi which they stopped after a chase Tho driver or tho car said ho was Antony Elardo of Buffalo The driver and five passengers wero arrested as suspicions personn Two other men were arrested in this city ono or them Percy Drenzel be ing Identified as a participant In the robbery by 15 year old Clauite Biselle who witnepscrl ilm holdup from the window or hospital across the olrect May Organize Bank to Aid Reparations Project Finds Favor With Delegates to Handle Ex port Bills PARIS March 3 project A trustee bank finds great favor wilh ths reparations exports Few If my objections have been raised and hey are of a minor character Fear expressed In somo quarters of possible predominance of such n fi nancia superpower Is not even re garded seriously in competent circles Among flie many questions of de tail yet to bo worked out and to be ilscueaed Monday Is who is to supply tho capital which may run as high as 500000000 marks about To this capital would be added tho 200000000 marks now in the Hands of uer pieces ot major lee the agent general Cor reparations The tlon wero billed fnr consideration flv I C KARTACK luciafcd Press Staff Writer iVTpti 9 ion to provide educatiohal op portunities for Iowa children who be cause of physical handicap are unable to attend school regularly was again before the house of representatives for final disposal today Thebill aims to bring education to the dooc of the handicapped child if he Is unable to go toschool or if ho la able to travel to transport him to nearest school Special courses would he devised by the state superintendent ot public in struction the measure provides Fifty thousand dollars from the state to further tlio program is asked in atltfl to J000 for administration by state department of pubio instruc tlon the i tlon nil Has Some TJie bill was first taken vip in the houso yesterday but adjournment cut off debate It has a reasonable chance of passnge Secondary road legislation bns been aid over for consideration in the house until early next Virtually the entire week will bo taken up it is ex pected on roi matters No other piecen ot major legiala theory ii that a bank with equivalent to would be able to discuss Germanys export bills ana make a substantial profit for tho Gorman state But 1 creditor and neu tral countries are to supply cap ital they naturally will expect to share the benefits in Its use T l da Says Rogers NEW YORK March All I know Is Just what I read tonight in the pnpors Mr Coolldgo took the dog out The cabinet bad its first meeting ti n tl Vlco President Curtis liurotluc Mi Ilonvppto I h o members Thei9 nn onl to thru fellow Curtis acnuain ti nces Say that Rock efeller Stewart thine certainly WILI ROGERS lo bo a les son to ua all never go up against a Rockefeller when hes got an oil can Jn hls hnnd It took a war n Mexico to run rlmly iiiO Annie off front Pnffc Yours WILL CopyrlRlii 1029 iy The senate expected to take up a largo number ot miscellaneous hills The shaft bill to allot n mile for primary road Improvement In cities and towns was one senate bill due for consideration Representative Walter B Reno of Des Moines Introduced a bill which would change the legal ago for mar riage to IS years for mates and 1C years for females except that males of 1C years and females oC It years marry with the consent of the district judge May Flc New Gas Tux Hill Representative J n OBrlcn of AI Inmntteo county expected to Introduce a new gasoline tax measure which would allot one cent of additional gasoline tax to counties townshlntf and cities and towns In the propor tion of onethird to each Many house members desire to go on record for rilso In thp gasoline taT notwith tho fact fhnt tlie senate al ready has killed a similar proposition Thcio is Indication that the prrsi tlont of tho senate will rule lhit n second bill of similar text inny not be considered In the sennto when anoli er been dfeatert Tho house yosteprlay ndoptd tho Tfol Us oonciirnnt resolution memorial r congress o raise the allotment of frdiral highway aid jn tho nation from to March 9 legislative program ot the coming special congressional session and th question whether farm rclitt legisla tion should originate In the house o senate was placed before Preslden Hoover today by leiitlep ot both uranchts ot congress5 Chairman McNary of the senate agricultural committee and Chairman Snell of tho house rules committee called at the white house to ascertain Hoovers views It developed tha botlt houso and senate propose to have a farm bill ready for consideration when the special session convenes April K Chnirmnn Snelt said that aa drawn at present tlm legislative program ot tlio house is first farm relief then tho tariff and later 1C a measure Is passed by the senate congressional roapporllonmant He predicted that tlie houso would dlspjiso ot farm relief within a week Haucfln Works on Bill NORTMWOOD March man C N Haugen who Is making a short visit to his home here bpfore returning again to Washington has announced that the farm relief which will introduce nt the oxlra seswinn of congress will not Include tlm eiuialraition fee Otherwise thu bill wilt be practically the same ax bofoie Representative Haugen will return to Washington in u few days to oipon tho hearings on his bill before the IIOHHO cniiiiulUoo on agriculture oC whirl he is chairman Tlio commit CALLES HEADING TROOPS ON WAY TO WAR SECTOR Government Offers Daily to American Aviators By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TORMER President Callei himself took the field against the oday ut the hcatl of one of the latgwrt irmies collected Jn Mexico slnoa Lancho Vrla rebellion in 1015 Definitely crushing the Insurgent movement in the south the govern ment was putting its I ul strengtU n he Hold toward ths north and a pos sibly decisive battle waa expected In ho region of Torreon Federal flcorces estimated at 18 010 were concentrating at Irapuato ready o move on Canltas Zacatecas several thousand Insurgents athered To the nortfi at Torieon was General Escobar commandorin chief of tho rebels General Almazari loyal federal com mnnder reached Saltillo ana asked for artillery presumably to bombard Terreon If necessary Will More on Mexico Rift While the federals wore northward tho nounced that a drive on Mexico City tec 1st trying ID deckle upon a plan for financing the cost of grain marketing to take the place of the old eriuullza tlon fee On liis fnp home from the capital Congressman Haiigon had a taste oC Clilongi banditry when tlie train on which he was rWlng wns stopped by robbers Just nfter passing thru the city of gunmen A flligmnn wnp forced to stop the train nnrt the roli bprn artnr relieving n bank messenger of Ills flotchelescaped in u waiting would be made immediately General Montero insurgent representative In New York declared that two main bodies Insurgents juunberlns 30 000 were movinff eouthwura Juarer was ouiettortay tura i t Ing along the American border ex pected at Nogales Sonora Federal authorities in Baja Cal were believed preparing an aerial bombardment of the revolutionary stronghold Fighting also appeared Imminent st Mazatan Slnaloa whsra 2500 feder als are fortified against an advancing rebel army Two Americans were killed Jn Kl aso and another man found dead n Juarez Fighting between the opnosinK orces ended yesterday when Ani irican authorities Interposed because if the danger to Americans In El Paso Interned at Fort Bliss About 800 federals and tholr fam lies were interned at Fort Bliss un der the terms of the truce The state department nt on hai approved a request of Mexican government for irurplua war and will probably supply luch material out of stores now Iielrt py the war department The American government tiJeo up proved a request by tlift Mexican goc rnrnont to import privately built air planes from the United States AJonpr with this wont an embargo n unauthorized shipments of planes nto llexico llnlii Hililo Mivtinir FOURST CITV ItirrI Tile MCV iili nnnunl Ttilple conffrento Is now ing hold nt follpcro fiyul Imnipinuol Iutheran rliuroh Tli rnlnK are hold at tho vhlrh 1 W ililrh lKin cvenmu v ill loso Sunday evening SKIERS ARRIVING FOR TOURNAMENT Lars and Anders Haugen Ex pected to Star at Clear Lake Sunday Skiers wero jji Mriyfw City ind Clear Lnlte Saturday for the In tournament to lie lieltl Sun tiny iflernoon at Clcnr Inke NVnrly 20 jumpers including four former na tional champions are expected to par according to G C TorRusion president of the American fil1 asso cJalion ivlit ii here from Gleinvood Minn superintending tho meet Lars and Anders Hitison several times national champions and Olym pic stars will bo headllncrs on tho stiilns card Two tournaments one roffHlnnal and one nmalcur arc fichndulotl Trophies nill 1m aivrinlcil lo the winners of nt a Isinmiot to bo held at the llanfurd Sunday evening Mr Torguson states All persons inUrontnl in winter Kporls JIMVO htiou fiivltfd to attend SMILING GENERAL IN COMMAND AT JUAREZ j Hy II K LKPLEY Ansnelnted tfrcan Stuff Writer Marcli 9 Streets that yesterday ran with bloml as the rebels and federals fought for possession of this strategic border post today were peacefully trod by a general who smiled and waa attrn al ternately who needed a shave but whose hoota and silver spurs shlnfii lift Is Gen Marcelino MurrtcU chief of the revolutionary forces In TT7RN TO PAOP 8 SomtlmJv ourtt o hav or rw on rlle rvr Mm Itwa roals jusl bofore il mixle iia leclsionIimne Newsltcpiililkan AUNT HET By Robert Quillen J would oat less but when I fix good things an Pa dont eat em it looks plum sinful to throw em out ;

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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: March 9, 1929

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