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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                LY 5 1926 iHaaun THE PERENNIAL PIONEER MASON CITY A Lee Syndicate Newspaper Day by the OLOBEQAZBTTJB COMPANY East Stare at Telephone Nos 27 28 and 21 WILi F MUSE Ertitni rpHERE is unfailing romance in the story of pioneer ventures into new fields of life and thot and human endeavor and its heroes come out of the past clearcut and picturesque We are disposed in fact to measure an age by the pioneer spirit of its men and women and the fascinating story of their bold challenge to unknown dangers aud chances But even today we lack no opportunity or incentive to seek new worlds to conquer We must in fact constantly seek them for old fields cannot be plowed to exhaustion and necessity drives us furthar abroad SUBSCRIPTION BATE S f challenge to our powersthe per Ol challenge to create now work for ourselves new uses Daily now fields of labor and happiness The fascination of the past is made out of perspec MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED ls exclusively entitled to the of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also all local news published herein Outside of Mason City and Clear Lake Dally per year by Ou I Daily per week by carrier Daily per year by mail 6 months 5225 3 months 1 month uu Outside 100 mile zone daily per year 6 months 5325 3 months 51 75 Entered at the PostofSce at Mason City Iowa as Second Class Matter man who matches wub twe and the miraging mists of time and distance Lacking those wo may miss the inspiration of the pioneer spirit that Is always making the world Yet it dwells among us in every man his wits and work against the challenge of his own future who hazards a new business enterprise par fects a new invention preaches a gospel or writes a book For the pioneer spirit is the perennial expression of vigorous human life and it asks no favor of Lime or circumstance THE OLD HOME TOWN Boar prcs j The heaven ot poetry and romance still lies J around us and within GERMANY AND HER COLONIES QSRMANY is reported to be planning to seek thc return via mandate under the League of Na tions of some of her colonial empire lost during the war This is a surprise rather The question has not arisen before It indicates very well the mea f sure of Germanys comeback since the days of 191 that she is able to bring this matter before the na tions It is highly probable that there was som I discussion of this matter at Paris during the ex perts conference and that in order to procure Ger i man acceptance of the experts plan thc allies agree J to listen at least to Germanys claims Tlie mere fact that the matter is to coma ou before the forum of world opinion Is surprising in view of thc fact that despite the fact that a man date is not technically a title to a colony most o the wor has assumed that Germany definitely los Iier colonies at Versailles The discussion at Geneva ahould make an Interesting chapter in diplomacy even if tin fact that the allies permit the matter to go on the agenda does not indicate that some sur L prises are in store the questions of territory lik Jthe German colonies and the Saar Basin coal and ore are tied up thus inextricably with the German Reparations may not be amias to point ou the territorial acquisitions of the allies also have bearing on the question of American war debts debtor nations love to point to Uncle Shy as the only one of the victors who came out of w ar with a what about German East And what about the Saar coal and iron aese are pretty rich territories which were handed over to th same countries that are making a poor h mouth abonc their debts to this country What about oil And what about the new French in Africa Jf tti Liruvcjoatjas BOuraelrfl Germany the mandated territories perhaps ey wm observe the similarity between their position hd ours in regard to the war debts America at least Rlyanced the money which we now seek to recover fir taxpayers scraped it up to buy bonds and are still Icraping to pay for them The mandated territories spoils of war BETTER DETOUR ROADS NEEDED is to be doubted whether the powers that be in Iowas road affairs have taken full account ot the of supplying suitable detours while the ng construction Is under way For the next half A n 6U Pavfng is to be the rule in this notethe I Istae Detours are going to play a tremendous part IJin the life of all who travel by motor One attitudeand one fears Its the one the state highway commission has assumedts that anything will do for a detour If the detour is bad there wll be just tjiat much more appreciation of the hard road after it is completed And besides put ting a road into condition for a tew months of use costs a lot of money Better just get along as best can on what is available I Another policy and we believe it is the one that ibest meets the situation is that travel is going to proceed in tremendous volume in tho period of pave construction Failure to provide a road that Is passable in all types of warm weather means in convemencc bad temper and in many cases finan cial loss to those affected While repairs and gravel surfacing may dn the principal quite largely such exr cannot be regarded as lost because m addition to wvmgr he motoring public thru the detour days tho roads thus improved will continue as good sec The father who thinks his boy is the most fool ish thragr m the world cant remember when he him self was 16 When the census takers get on the job next yea they re going to find some of the same women younger than they were 10 years ago With the Fourth of July past boys are beginning now to count the days until fair opens u Ulrertor Washington D C Loncsomp By Stanley THOSE DIRTY CROOKS DO ANYTHING TO DAD KEYES CHANCES OF THE WHISKERS CONTEST OTEY WALKERS SIQNAU His PLACED TIPPED OFRBKS OIAFV IN TIME TO GI5AB A SPY FROM HOOTSTOWN WHO IN THE ACT OF M07WS M DAD FAVOKITE HAHS BRUSH THREE Doran May Pay Penalty for Dry Education Plan Stewart Sees Dire Results From Commissioners Scheme for Teaching Law Respect in Schools o Stalen island A M of nearly 8 f n I f aud has a width ot nearly 8 miles Total area 70 square miles A c S US 1C wheel Invented Vf ater tlmcs wllich n various improvements were made pcrfcctlv China at exactly S China have in many i ve n m ases been infringed upon and the governments Europe and to a certain extent the certain extent the United Diet and Health 11 rutu Hum IetiTu M D Peters Adventures A nailv RodMnin Story By MRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT By CHARLES I STEWART S H I N G T O N July 5 H o well satisfied President Hoover might have been to let Prohibition C o m m i s sloner James M Doraur c o n t em plateci campaign of dry education in the public schools take its courseif popular reaction to the plan had been favorable is anybodys guess The publics re action having boen what it was thumbs down by an ovcrwhelm ing majority Dr Dorana indiscretion tnav cost him dearly There seems to be no question that it was his boner and no ones perhaps for the pre mature advertising given to the scheme by the doctors assistant Miss Anna B the possi bility that the white house will nurse resentment against Dorans trea sury superiors for not knowing bet ter what was going on f THE trouble started with the ap propriation at the last session cernecl with minor 550000 details of dry administration were wholly Ig norant of the progress of events COMMISSIONER D O U A N of V course knew all about them uut may not have been aware that Miss Sutler had chosen the recent of congress of 550000 to be used by the prohibition bureau for dry edu cational dry lawmak ers answer to an announcement by the Association Against the Eight eenth Amendment of an educational vet drive By education the association of the National ucation association as a desir able occasion for the initial distri bution of her newly prepared book Shall We Teach th Eighteenth Amendment and other similar literature tb the maxi mum number of educators at ones It so happened that Dr Doran away from Washington at the timo Miss Slitter Ihot it wise to se euro some advance publicity no told the capitals newspaper men of her Man V V AMERICAN public opinion is pc culiar enough to the appropriation when congress made it its response to Miss Sut ter s announcement was immediate ly hostile Not exclusively so to be flood of letters and tele grams which began pouring into Washington included a percentage of expressions of approval but by far the greater percentage were sLrone ly condemnatory For one thing many drys even vigorously objected lo anything smacking of federal dictation in the management of the various states locally supported schools Secondly lhe moment was inaus view of recent charges of educational propaganda by power interests Popular prejudice seemed to cou uise the two ideas lad not meant education in the pub ic schools and neither maybe did the dry congressmen The money was turned over to over night t A T any rate an avalanche of pro tests descended on the white BAD DIET RUINS STOMACH S T PETER STEPS INTO TROUBLE he be taken asket inront of the Kremin at wants to tel Miss L who had a hammer toe his ran her letter a short time she M a case of hammer toe which was remedied by aving the cords underneath the toe cut She was in ed one month and it was six weeks before she could but the result was very good There is not much feelingin the toe but it Is cer tainly better than no toe aten a large room lGUder otner found wmch a numfaer It is true that hammer toes if they aye not too severe may be of fat little crMMrnu v c a num n creatures were running back and forth moment Peter wished he had taken his time mtO thelr o unexpectedly Td wlat was in the room before he stepped boldly into Iti AtlirBt sightof the 1 tures his scalp nrleklert in K remedied by operative treatment tore ffP T y u At fir8 baUeviltu his scaIP Pickled in fright dently Miss of suchL kT Sestfs character that amputation was thc comPletely Srgotten how tiny he Commissioner Doran however with out any strings on it and it evi iently was thus that he interpreted the congressional injunction that It was to be spent educationally THE doctor in turn referred the job of preparing the desired Seemingly there was some effort to determine whether they could not be counteracted for the first an nouncement was that the How Shall We Teach the Eighteenth Amendment program had been only temporarily held up However word quickly follower Mat the campaign as outlined bv cation and statistics That the work should have pro gressed practically to completion without tho knowledge of Assistant Secretary of thc Treasury Seymour Lowman in general charge of pro hibition as well as of customs and coast guard activities is surprising for all accounts RPTPB fhni Thc booklet about which the storm raged was locked versions are that it Is to bo burned to make sure of its utter more than a few copies had slipped past the treasury department cen sorship convicts at the Jolie mny arc collfigc grnrtiintcs R B S to de This article is inspired by the writers own ex penence In trying to do the deto IGregor on No 18 on the heavy night rain Numerous our over near Mc morning following a rather cars were in the ditch p POuniwas one of them A dozen drive w or o left the terntory convinced tha5 the road officials in charge were practicing poor economy in shunting traffic on to such a road as Is being used for thai detmir we were one of them V LIKING AMERICA editor of a paper In London visiting America i has been telling us that if he were to write a book n hia return to England he would entitle if I Be eve m America He says he has not heard one dis ouiteoiin word over here and that he has been greeted with a smile Thats a pleasant word So many who come back rom Europe tell us that folks over there dont like mericans Perhaps thats partly the fault of the aveers but thats not the whole answer At any stf can hear discourteous words about Americans l both London and Paris sotravelers say To bpve a man of keen powers of observation tes ffit he has not heard a single discourteous word suggest for lhe title of a book I Believe in rica is a kind of pat on the shoulder that 13 a I tribute to this country used b or nnmc of the What of human for weapons utensils etc Windsor thc family the ruler of Groat Victorias family name after she married A Windsor Is thc name of both the house n proclamation in 1937 Queen Vic d character PIM only recourse her Im writing of Mrs Ts success in case others got thc impression from what I wrote then that am putation is the only remedy for grades of hammer toe Thank you for writing Mrs T lions poured in in dry volunteers from adverting agen cies and from miscellaneous sources riBRE n re oak tree and cried watchTst and shrunk into a wee bit of a boy no larger than Mr f f ood thcre shaking out of the mistake rctev clfuckled making that queer noise Listen to me or 1 my sisters over and they will seal you in a Nevertheless Mr Lowman ap pears to have been oblivious to it all w rrfUly of the Treasury Andrew W Mellon and First Assistant Sec retary Ogdon L Mills still ICSK con to have been a cam paign of posters too but that has not passed the stage where ten sketches worse undei iup As Dr Doran explains none of the sketches rang the boll How Shall We Teach the Eight eenth Amendment did Tl rang It to beat a general fire nlarm OTHER EDITORSif Q phobia A rnnsmit hydrn and less frequently mad cats can has the disease Generally cats are not likely to transmit the c some othe et dogs and remnf remains for at least six months of Developing th BROADWAY By JOSEPH VAN RAALTB Juy Goafs recent Passion nettecl a not ashand m no way furthered the prestige of Dave Eelascos soninlaw Twentythree years ago Morris Geat was a ticket speculator out side the Hippodrome A lot of people had the Morris did s 1Qn ing but dlsabusR fhpmtvnf lsome of new merger involving a yeast company ought result in raising the stock a doctor All too often a doctor make thflse hash FROM DAWN TO DUSK Sloiu Clty Journal The air chuckle left him it Plane squeezed the United ssjsrsss never MISS C then The brown flyer alighted States lnto a small er Making area No longer can Americans boast of the nf hi I1S voice which would shape In vaaL pxtent of their territory It spite of him Peter cried l is still more than 3000 miles from Dont arrest me please nor shut me up in a cell to coast bllt that is impres HVft rTnno Lt11 I nnlir T 31IUL HIE I have done nothing wrong I assure you stomach C If it s ruined deed ir i likely Iuincd your very unbalanced dial has done the foany good is v dignanl WRnt to have to In DAYS JULY 5 1901 lodge has 1 to the name of place in the herd 1 ill tlJllJl BIVO only if one thinks of the acres that lie between the Atlantic and the Pacific The expanse of land is still there of course but Capt Frank Hawks has shown that one could have an early breakfast In New York and a Into dinner in Los Angeles flying nil the way In day light J From dawn to dusk the crossin was made from New York to Los Angeles Leaving Roosevelt field nt a m the flyer was at Metropolitan airport in Los An geles and on the ground at 82323 p m Thats flying A new record for a transcontinental crossing Pioneers who slowly wended their organised in Mason City City No 165 tribe in order to lighten their load which was mcreascd by lhe and very much unwanted passenger The flyer had a right to feel put out but good sports that they are they accepted the situation as ii was and made the best of t tho very probably they could have at thc French no H nc order had not the Maine youth stolen aboard A stowaway ia always very unwel co cl come on enco on hazards the ship nt a transoceanic airplane ives of all on board IIU lr i T TT LllUir T5 i way across the valleys the plains RecentIV a number of physician nnd the mountains In covered wag ve suffffcstetl that thc goldenrod CJOLDENROD IS ABSOLVED Uavcnport Tlmos The golden rod is one of the most attractive features of the summer landscape m the American middlewesl Yet to many people it is not a beauty at all but a blight and a cause of hay fever ons have something to think about may not bo as culpable as we have tis they make comparisons Still Captain Hnwki has done ctlcr went Lo Charles City today where he one men who held a conference with a number of th T af vere col1 may bo such con alC local to tmt vicinity nnf nose Ml throat that Jhe Milwaukee carpenters are now at work thsHe flew from west A8 hour nnd 2 mlnutes supposed and now comes O C Dur ham botanist with nn article in the issue 1st to say nj ut4ia uuu rnmucec i The western flight took 10 hours 16 entirely blameless minutes nnd a few seconds But The American is t disabuse thenhat he brot break and spot heecreton Bu n0n Pay Ln he United take boy to a lung special States As n matter of fact he came across the Fassnacht Family ing it in the middle west am ii it might be a good idea to in on it in the metropolis The Passion Play that Gest must not be confused with production given nt Oberam Theyre two different ont ie Fassnacht Family has been C play in Freiburg olph Fassnacht who is a German gentl VAN RA ATTTT and benign to JCCt surf ihia IL specialist sure this was the cause especially if he is sub o colds frequently IB he on a balanced dint and rest and eye wash nnn iwt anothcr check S3000 With thc end of the play one day distant irrsrsafe Ss rt the Hippodrome undsr a floc JPOEMS THAT LIVE THB INNEH VISIOV Win 17701S50 SIos sweet it is with uplifted eyes WhUeaCaC Mr lf PRth bc thcic nr none iVii 1 region round the traveler lies aS5into pairing the interior of the paWenge Tepo wm has bccn Nora Ryc whn has heen j Minneapoli the city they ma of the station are bewail cut off from a vacation u testa he snys have neither record is expected to stand l him thalfln Per cent of long Soon n swifter plane will do hay fever Is caused by the rip better Thnt senma In be thc rule of the common ragweed in aviation Ooldonrods pollen says Mr Dur heavy and resinous to lmmIs DEMOCHAT1C VIE1VPOINT Oene Feuling in iVov Hampton fcvcr sufferer for his troubles Tribiino A H Legge president of1 the International Harvester mm pany has been named by President JslMMKR SIUMP IX DISOARn Hoover as president of the farm re No lef commiflslon Some people may criticize this appointment from vari ous angles but to us it seems a the least of thc many things In which the years have brot change nld fashioned summer alump men who helped them out nSft T HaVmon Monday mght recalled the fact that he had sat outside of the station on a Fourth of July night for jo successive good nppomtment Thc farm man bllsncss A relic of the horse ami chine concerns have suffered a loss of because the far lew j point of the nations holiday happy over the soft scene The wo r 3CCI1 The work of Fancy or some happy tone Of meditation slipping in between h fi in commission again soon The committee yesterday had a meeting with Mr Vernev land a the result ho began today to put the organ in organ c0rM of three n ty coming and tho beauty desert UK from The day TO t r commerce with the Muse Thot Love companlonn of oui on ou lhe humblest lay it in perfect order The trouble has not in thc construction but in the valv eae a corroded bv being used which the are being made hc S01 Whllc lllc rrlnira find paper collar days when business was jusl a hit and mlsa idea that there period during ty and he should bc strong for cut slmnior months may still persis1 ting down tariffs on steel which wiLh Rornc backwi buy mac strc ftchinery Mr Leggc the ong for farm prosper hc a helps to make machinery so high STOWAWAVS ARH UNIOrULAK Kslhervilln Xcws The stowaway on the airplane Yellow Bird not only endangered Ma own life by stealing aboard the ship before its takeoff across thc Atlantic on ltr Pnris hoimrt flight but also the lives of Jhe flyers as well His presence on the ship might very easily have re milted m a crash on the takeoff be1 cause in such a night a plane Is usually loaded lo capacity with gasoline and supplies Tio aviators In fact found It people but in main il ln slipped Into thc dis ONEMINUTE PULPIT He that oppresscth the poor rcproachcth his Maker but that honourcth him hath mercy on the poor The wicked s driven away m nls wickedness but the 1 MiLbKrtry 10 r of their landinjr Kcar overboard L r Provorh s xv 31 a   

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