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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 22, 1929, Mason City, Iowa i IMIMMIIMI i v I North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for theHomee AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 22 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTB1 MENTAL SERVICE NO 141 TEACHERS SESSIONS MAY BURY FOCH Leaders Hope Hyde Has Farm Program BESIDE NATIONS UNKNOWN HERO Body Will Lie in State Sunday Beneath Arc deTriomphe PARIS March 22 thousands again paid their hum hie tribute to the memory of Mar shal Ferdinand Foch today as the nation prepared to pay him its greatest honors one suggestion be ing that he be interred beside the body of Frances unknown soldier under the Arc de Triomphe While hundreds of mourners lined the sidewalks hear his home hun dreds more passed into the court yard and signed their names to the blackbordered registers This afternoon only men woundeC in the war and the widows of men who died with the colors were ad mitted to view the body on its som bre catafalque The body was lying amidst burning candles in aplain oaken coffin Among the visitors today was White Horse Eaglean aged American Indian chief Funeral Details Undecided The funeral preparations began today as soon as the Foch house hold was up Great black draperies with the marshals initial were hung over the entrance to the court and over the entrance to the homo The body will not be embalmed as Madame Foch said the re uBconvictions were opposed to Rebel Attack on Mazatlan Is Reported Commander of Seacoast City Willing to Revolutionists Say By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THE storming of Mazatlan im I portant federal city on the west coast was reported by the rebels today but definite outcome of the battle was in doubt General Carrillo federal com mander had about 2000 troops strongly intrenched and the insur gents about 4000 men Federal reinforcements of 600 men were enroute to Mazatlan bu it will be several days before thej will be in a position to relieve the city General Calleg meanwhile Is bard at repairing the railway out of Torreon in order to permit pursuit of the federal forces in Chihuahua He will send a force of 13000 men shortly A battle is expected at Bachlmba Pass south of Chihuahua City where the rebels are concentrating The government strategy at this stage Is to drive the rebels Into Sonora centralize the revolt there and then gradually destroy it Six of the highest officers of the Mexican navy have been arrestec and will be courtmartialed for their conduct with the fleet at the tune of the outbreak of the revolution a Cruz where they were an TURBULENT IOWA STREAM FLOODS CEDAR RAPIDS I LBIB UUWIl Ufit Sunday and1Sunday night to enable hundreds of thousands to pay their last tribute of respect which they coId not do on a working day Monday the body will be taken with out ceremony to Notre Dame where it will lie a day and a night until after the solemn requiem mass at 9 a m Tuesday Then if the projected plan of the deputies does not bear fruit it will be conveyed in a solemn procession along the ways of the Seine to the Place de la Concorde up tue Champs Elysees to the great gildesl dome of the Les Invalldes where burial will take place in a crypt be side that of Napoleon and those of his marshals Whatever is finally decided there seemed little doubt that Tuesday would see the greatest funeral tribute ever witnessed in Europe Princes and presidents rich man and peasant generals and humble troopers alike will participate In the final ceremonies The ceremony of interment it was Intended shall be impressive in its simple grandeur Just as the marshal asked that there be no flowers heaped on his coffin so there will be no flowers of rhetoric when he ia laid In his tomb Ramond Poincare alone will speak bidding farewell to France s great son In the name of the coun try and of Its people All Mourns At the Foch mansion on the Rue Crenelle the marshals body still reposed today under the catafalque In the great drawing room Later the ceremony of placing it In the TURN TO PAGE 12 COLUMN 4 IOWA FORECAST Showers and thunderstorms probable Friday night and Sat urday cooler in west and south LOCAL STATISTICS Hunt Spencer Rum Dealer for Slaying Officers Think Under Cov er Maii Was Killed by Bootleggers SPENCER March 22 sons known to have been Implicate in prohibition law violations face questioning of Clay county an state officials today as the identit of the slayer of C ti Plumme special deputy sheriff was sought Sheriff Fred Erickson who is be Ing assisted in the investigation b Ray Scott and H C Yachey depi ties of the state department criminal investigation said th morning that they expected t round up a number of suspects fr questioning Plummer was an under cover agent for Sheriff Dellinger of Ct lioun county and had come Spencer about three weeks ago to work with Sheriff Erickson He was to have returned to Calhoun coun ty to testify in liquor cases Sheriff Erickson entertained a theory that persons involved in the Calhoun county cases in which plummer was active might have made the attack Wednesday night which resulted in the deputys death He regarded as more prob able however a theory that local prohibition violators were respon sible The bootleggers were suspici ous of Plummer Erickson said this was pretty good in collecting evidence and we be lieve we can find the slayer among bootlegging interests right here in Spencer Chicago Burglars Get From Iowa Man the the flooded section on Its worst rampage In 45 years thousands in Cedar Rnplds were made business property Above an airplaneview of PLANE ABLAZE i IhicagoKansas City Airmail Pilot Joins Caterpillar Club CHICAGO March 22 airplane catching fire while flying to Chicago with the night airmail Paul J Kaniut pUot on the Chica goKansas City route made a para chute leap from his plane and land ed safely near Harmon 111 100 miles southwest of Chicago early to day The plane was virtually de stroyed but only a portion of the 400 pounds of mail was burned The mail was dispatched from Dallas last night Kaniut left Mollne HI at and about 20 minutes later the plane caught fire He joined the Caterpillar club by stepping out o the cockpit and floating down ti safety with his parachute The plan fell several miles from where he landed The mail was transferred at Kan sas City into Kaniuts plane oper ated by the National Air transport Kaniut is a veteran army and air mail pilot with 1500 hours in the air This was his first resort to a mrachutc The cause of the fire has jot been determined Kaniut left Kansas City at 2 a m and arrived at Moline 111 at was delayed by bad PRIVATE UFE IS THINKS NEW YORK March 22 Former President Coolldge has found that private life is not so private after all Ray Long editor of Cosmo politan magazine for which Mr Coolidge had contracted to write a aeries of articles asked him how It seemed to retire to pri vate life Fine he quoted Mr Cooidge as saying if it could only be pri vate Theres no privacy about this retired life at all BMTJE IOWA a m He weather Jifew Trial for Jake Bird COUNCIL BLUFFS March of a brutal ax attack on Harold Striblng Jack Bird Ne jro is scheduled to go to trial Mon day on a charge of makinga sim ilar assault on Mrs Stribllng GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Friday Highest Thursday BZ Degrees Lowest in Night 35 Degrees At 8 A M Friday 34 Degrees Rainfall 15 of an Inch While Thursday representedi March at its best Friday started out in a perfectly miserable way In the early morning there was a hard tho brief rain and this was followed by a drop in temperature and lowhanging clouds containing mist CHICAGO March 22 tween 51200 and was taken from him by three linen Benjamin F Courtney of Farmington Iowa a commission merchant reported to police Easter March 31 7 shopping TORNADO RAZES CHURCHSCHOOL 2 Children Killed in South ern Storm Boy Blown Half Mile ANNISON Ala March 22 A tornado struck the village of MerrelHon south of here today killink three Negro school children and injuring11 others when the Baptist church in which they were taught was wrecked Two other pupils are unaccount ed for Three were brot to a hos pital here two seriously injured Eight others were treated In an emergency hospital 22 One Negro John Henry Lee was blown half a mile by the force of the winds and died a short time later in a hospital The church building was 7000 Acres Under Water but Property Damage Will Be Small BURLINGTON March 22 With a series of breaks in the levee on the Iowa river yesterday resi dents in the WapelloOakville dis trict are concerned with establish ment of new transportation connec tions to bring in provisions and with the caring of stock which has been herded to safety on the highlands More than TOOO acres of laud was inundated but property damage al tho undetermined is expected to be relatively small A crew of 100 men was reported to be fighting a break in the levee a mile west of Oakville last night South of Oakville another levee was being sandbagged by some 50 men Highway No 61 is reported to be four foot under water and Musca tine is cut off from all points south Schools have been closed indefinite ly at Wapello Trains from the south are still be ing routed thru Illinois HAUGENS PLAN FEE MAY BE MADE BASIS Hoover Decides to Leave Details of Farm Aid to Others WASHINGTON March 22 Leaders in congress are looking for a new foundation on which to base the farm relief hearings which will begin at the capitol next week The foundation they have been ounting on to provide a working asis for the discussions has been ery definitely removed with the iaclosure that President Hoover oes not intend to advance a de ailed program Turn to Hyde They ere still hopeful however hat they will be able to star Witt a statement of the administration views and have invited the new sec retary agriculture Arthur M Hyde to appear before the senate agriculture committee next week Whether Mr Hyde will accept the Invitation which was addressed to him Monday by Chairman McNary of the senate committee has not been made known If he should de cide not to appear before the com mittee it Is expected to begin hear ings on the basis of the twice vetoed McNaryrHaugen proposal with the thft Coolldge administration persistently opposed and the revised hill Intro Will Rogers NEW YORK March Ine in the news today comes rom Mexico General Acosta wired the president Captured General Agulrre and am holding1 court martial President G i 1 answered Take photo graphs hefore and after1 Calvin Cool dge of North ampton Mass was a visitor in the c o u rJK r y seat here to day stopped at the leading hotel was try ing to sell some WILL ROGERS stories oE his early life to a con fession magazine No wonder comedians come from Oklahoma Did you ever read our constitution It says A governor is to be duly elected and seated and serve till duly found out and unseated1 Its the one state where a lieutenant gov ernor always gets a break If you can call it that Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1029 MISS HALE AND LATHAMTALKTO CROWD OF 1000 Individual Conferences Follow General Meeting AFTER listening to tUe two but A standing speakers of the day Fri day forenoon at the general session 3000 visiting teachers from North Iowa counties divided into 23 small groups after lunch to attend indi vidual sessions Miss Florence Hale rural education specialist gusta Me and O R Latham presi dent of the Iowa State Teachers BOYLE CEMENT OFFICER DIES INHAVAHUUBA Friday School Audit orlum to playMason City high school orchestra Srnllin Thru Miller Presented by the senior class of Mason City high school un der the direction of Miss Eva Treman Saturday School Auditorium Mason City grade schools orchestra Mr W A Storer Director The Next Step in Education Dr B H Bode of University of Ohio meeting UUlJUOmi CU1U mw duced at the last session by Senator McNary with that point of contro versy eliminated The McNary bill had the Indorse ment of William M Jardine secre tary of agriculture in the Coolidge cabinet but has been given little thot as a basis for the new farm aid discussion since It became known In January that President Hoover intended to call a special session of congress to consider the problem Waited for President Republican leaders then decided to wait for a presentation of the new presidents views but he has preferred to leave the formulation of a definite program to congress and confine his cooperation to con ferences on its details with such Body Being Returned to R levelled members as may wish to discuss Mason City for Burial E BOYLE assistant to the president of the Northwestern Portland Cement company here and identified with that institution il college Cedar Falls gave prin cipaladdresses at the general Ws 1 sion Ul Individual conferences for 11 era from kindergarten 11 junior college subjects sion all of Friday afternoon various schools thruout the city The three day convention will come to a close here with the business meeting Saturday morning Dr Boyd H Bode of the University of Ohio will address the general ses sion at that time Doesnt Want Troubles Body Found in Lnko COUNCIL BLUFFS March 22 floating in the middle of Lake Manawa the body of Herman Wolfe 25 who with two companions was drowned while hunting ducks last Thanksgiving day was recov ered last night by R C Bachman deputy federal game warden lowan Admits Stealing Cars CRESTON March 22 Pi Charles Orr of Lenox Iowa and Richard Meyer of Milwaukee con fessed to the theft of three auto mobiles them with him as they come up Meanwhile he has rested on his campaign declarations In favor of the establishment of a federal farm board having wide and flexible powers to deal with the surplus crop and other difficulties of agricul In addition to Secretary Hyde Chairman McNary has asked two other department of agriculture of ficials to appear before the com mittee Nils A Olson chief of the bureau of agricultural economics and Eric Englund chief of the divi sion of agricultural finance March Term of Court Is Ended at Decovah DECORAH March 22 Eichendorf of McGregor who pre sided over the March term of tdc district court here left for his home Wednesday after adjourning court It was a heavy term of court and many coses were disposed of Officers of Teachers Association JAMES RAE Mason City President MARIE SOIUJM KflrthorvUlo Vico fro HAZEL THOMAS Belmond Secretary B E NytJUIST MIISOB City Treasurer almost since its inception in Mason City dropped dead Fri day at Havana Cuba where he was vacationing with his fam ily according to a telegram re ceived by Hanfoid MacNider Mr Boyle was assistant sec retary of the company and in charge of the office on the top oor of the First National ank building for many years nd at the last meeting was dvanced to the position of as stant to the president He leaves Mrs Boyle who as at Havana with him at the ime and a daughter Betty vho is attending college Plans re being made to return the ody to Mason City hicagoan Chases Robber But Police Overtake Victim EVANSTON 111 March 22 Vhat Joseph F Oclrich told the po ce last night was plenty Two men had robbed him of a 1500 ring They fled in a rnotor ar and he pursued in his Ho was ast overhauling them when two motorcycle officers overhauled him 3y the time he had explained the obbers were gone Oelrich was rather wrought up about the way in which the police had spoiled things To mollify him the officers magnanimously decided not to press a speedingcharge Kidnaped American Engineer Is Safe LOS ANGELES March 22 T L Carnahnn Los Angeles mining engineer kidnaped by Mexican bandits near Sombreto several days ago Is safe A telegram to his wifes parents Mr and Mrs V P Staf ford from the superintendent of the La Noria mine where Carnahan was employed stated that officials were in touch with him and are negotiat ing for his release What If you cant go to a winter resort You can put a cinder in your eyo and sleep on a shelf in the pantry and during the following week hand your wife a quarter every thirty minutes Portland Express The world doesnt care for your troubles keep them to yourself Miss Hale told the teachers Miss Hale who is here for the conference of the north central divi sion of the Iowa State Teachers as sociation Is editor of an educational magazine published at Boston The subject of her talk was How to Tell a School Marm From a School Teacher If you dont have a different re action to your work when you go home you are among those whoso futures never grow Miss Hale told the teachers Sue admonished them to he cheerful to cast aside their critical attitude and not pick things to pieces She warned them espe cially against developing a fishy eyed or meatax look for their pupils Need Finer Tilings Teachers should love the finer things of life and gtvo more time to music Every clay some time should be devoted to poetry she said Teachers should treat all chil dren alike and make an especial ef fort to give them all the same op portunity Miss Hale declared They should not favor one child be cause he has more money or a bet ter social standing Many success ful men of lowly origin owe their success to their school teachers she said In speaking of the mental atti tude teachers should have she said teachers should be joyous and hap py They should have a mothering heart for the litUe children that come to school because many of TURN TO PAGE 12 COLUMN 8 AUNT HEX By Robert Guillen I guess the biggest thrillf I ever got was the time 1 got religion an when Pa I put on silk stockins proposed an the first time 1
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