Mason City Globe Gazette, July 2, 1929, Page 3

Mason City Globe Gazette

July 02, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1929, Mason City, Iowa ZTULY2 4 A Lee Syndicate newspaper Every Week Day Afternoon by tha MASON GLOBEGAZETTE UOMPANj 181128 East State St Nos J728and 29 P MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED Press ls exclusively enUUed to the au news dispatchTs edited to 1D THE PARlTrijUDrcEaAS ME people honor their thot processes by BATES Cally per year Dallyper Outside of Mason City and Clear Lake per year by carrier Dally per week by carrier Daily per year by mall 6 months 5225 3 months 1 sn Outside 100 mile zone daily per year K on S325 3 months u at YcraJ when the Creator found 10 enough Entered at the PostofSce at Mason City Iowa as uSecond Claaa Matter Bnd WlU SUPPOSE f ET us examine the following editorial from the St Louis PostDispatch with a view to determining whether there Is anything behind it more substantta than maudlin sympathy days ago Mra Katherine Post 56 years in IvaslUntrtOR Who will nnovor subject born in Hoii many physicians In New Vork City on ner way to a federal prison in west Virginia She was in the custody of a United states marshal and had been convicted of selling of a fruit grower living years of age and living at home A woman re m mpression upon all those at the saon tWs amazing tragdy to which she marshals mother as matron before the ClvJI war sell human beinsrs into servituder It tore the ildren and the husband from Slav ln3tmcts of tfaose who op Mr Lincoln cofn rt 6 wrong When e India CCRSC to export opium yearly by conse students custom of the an B Accordingto Duns review Jan By Stanley DADI JUST A TIP FROM OF BABIES OVER TO CUT SOTHEYleE BIRDS DADSSOT THE BEST SET OF EXTRAHocnrsTowAj OF COMNe COHTEST Diet and Health EEEVEN U S One of Three Nations Without OldAge Pensions r U L T t By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON July 2 India and th United State are the only coun tries left in th world without na tional old age pension systems of some sort ac cording to Rep resentative Ham ilton Fish Jr of New York Several state wide systems ex ist even here but generally the New Yorker complains the poorhouse is the best that Amer ica has to offer to its worn ouf a place for them to Bit around for lornly as Representative Philln D Swing of California who agrees with Congressman Fish expresses it and wait to die Representatives Fish and Swing not necessarily ask national old age pensions If not however thev for S tates tfl TO that end full information is f neeeled concerning the number of the countrys aged poor says Representative Swing author Eclence has n man B term of years on supplements Representa capacity i say Yorker observes the New that the worker Sffi rt pnUlleS De7er are able to they cannot save wait until the new grass nfot will vou win nas a sufficient start hut lulu Hunt IXora HI D propcr namc Buddy a dcrlvn live terrors and Qmmissiona Excentpn Q What do the letters c i In thc first place It isnt brot out here that Mrs f an habitual and a defiant offender who frankly extracted a sense of security from the fact that she was a mother and therefore Immune to pun ishment To dwell on this would remove some of the heartthrob from the story Under the circumstances Isnt the fact that she r the telling reason that can be cited why Mrs Post should be Im prisoned What kind of business wouldit be to let T6 immature minds or even 5 develop under the influ a constitu Another question Would the PostDispatch doubt the justice of sending Mrs Postto the reformatory if she were making counterfeit money or committing larceny habitually Or violating some other Taw wh of has the approval of editors By JOSEPH VAM I A I Uuuilllolij r vioiaimsf some othpr Innr IX cr nr j T ur once In editorial as this betray a resentment on n J ackerdust The PersinL S o ubieaa ot one they never faCt auch uii3 detray a resentment on thp nart that our federal government shoud be so azen aa frv tn ou a President Hoover has found n essential to point to the strange thinking of 30 who has Peters Ad ventures A Story MRb FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT T ERif wSasEEDS THE PARTING GUEST beard i does not seem to j face h of dark stubble hair in about six hours you think the continued use of V Altho Representative Fishs nlteraative proposal is for an investigation by a congressional committee not onv to ascertain the number of the naUons former workers who are posTtnHr years of usefulness but also to study an modern methods of cannr fnr than The almshouae inmate immed o the iast old age pensions already paid Administrative details The txtra session of concres adoptcd neither plan but both are 0 Pushed at the reji oegmning in December tow serious the worn Thank you vci Mrs Spider wins me to visit any use in my case A short had a etter too ieof buz a SBodbv Mr rf K y to do molf tnan When J answered him I called his attention to the fact that overweight and underweight werent particularly prerogatives ot women and many other things and kidney are are to pension th ard to be necessary or certain classes itinerant farm 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part Haugen has had in the final fram bit 11 i i feeling hurt the least swiftly awav P0tl LhC Spidera Rnd walked EARLIER DAYS JULY 2 1909 appy i am if am fw c of tho financia Md who acetate Germany slnce many which has been her onlv Ufa f J numerate allied less and prostrate question the effect of this that knowi Us Mrs S fine S Int Bl It 9 tendfncy to borrow 3 with UJ1UCI1UI before and now I can walk SUICCQ at least Th SUICCQ at least The events were hotlv contpsfoH s were otlv contpsfoH hut now a 40 fits and it1 grat Used to weaa 64 dress win Decome contraband when It passes the Iowa Border The thing is silly but sible The only crumb of comfort for patient citizens who resent the re duction of government to absurdity that such manifest tomfoolery In the end Is bound to bring about reaction Tho law say a iPOal m nvrtu til of bill s a legal maxim Is an ass The drv zealots around the United States seem n exchange or go back t MRS S Fine Mrs S fine for REFORMING YOUNG MEN Ma hesitated and her tired eyes met his m mild reduce anc subject by following POEMS THAT LIVE but Ma still held of the shop anc of the hand nPther Some lightly stepping enter some depart they come and freely PO at will The thCfr all day One door alone s shut still a record of 2 f Harvey Woods he was equal to Dr Newcomer has the record breakingcatch of iS wm nct The supervisors of Wapello county ouates vO be bent on provfng that iv is nslnine not as an excep a rule And that prom V sound law and whole some enforcement in the future idiocy upon absurdity common sense of rca IT COSTS MONEV Sty frcss The ne daily the Herald has failed to ma terialize not even tt first 13 acnss or res sonable men everywhere the drys carda to hmhH ays 3 to So tumbling down before the breath of public opinion Abraham Lincolns maxim applies You can fool all You can fool all B0me of tlle time and some of the people all of the time to tC ant aU the all HOW DOES IT WIndom Minn Citizen When such conscientious farm leaders as Congressmen Dickinson and Hau Sen of Iowa express themselves as n fnvnr the revised one begins to wonder if there is not something to be Baid in favor ne bl1 a farmer sell OF COUNSEL a de USED TO BEING SHOCKED trip and experience ClGflrfnP1 fhrt Afin ft nd Mr Kcelcr eacher has not The survey chosen yet v buys only 51000 worth the other articles that are pro tected it ta easily seen that he will be far ahead of the game The amount bought and sold is what alL He can to pay a tariff on tne thin h b once once or twice a year if he gs a tariff on all the things he pro final balancl is what should count GIVING A DEBTOR TIME Christian Science Monitor The United States congress In postpon ing the date of payment of the French war debt has followed the dictates of good business in that it better to give a willing debtor time in which to earn the money wherewith to pay to in sist on the strict letter of the law R WANTED tne ONEMINUTE PULPIT r will mention the loving kindnesses of the Lord and the Tthc Lord according nn hath bestowed on us and the great goodness toward the house of which he hath bestowed on according to his mercies and according to tho multitude ixilf 7 j X ;

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