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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                5PTEMBBR21 1929 A Lee Syndicate Newpaper Issued Every Week Day by the CITY GLOBEGAZETTB COMPANY East Stare et Telephone Nos 27 28 and 28 WILL F Editor LEE p LOOMIS Bualneta Manager MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the for publication of all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited to this paper and also all cal news published herein SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily per Dally per week 15 Outside of Mason City and Clear Lake Daily per year by carrierS700 per weekby carrier15 per year by 401 3 months 1 month50 600 Outside 100 mile zone daily per year months 5325 S months 5175 atthe FostofSice at Mason City Iowa as Second Class Matter is honorable is also safest lest j SHOULD REMAIN IN PRISON flies It was just five years ago that the trial of Nathan F Leopold Jr and Richard Loeb I slayers of little Bobbie Franks was the sensation of the entire nation The attitude of the young slayers as they sat in tie courtroom with their expensive clothes plucked byebrows and oiled hair sneering and grinning over testimony on their ugly thrillkilling confident that I their wealth and the power of their attorney Clarence iDarrow would win for them an easy sentence was at that time the object of great public condemnation Since the trial the fathers of both Loeb and Bob Ibie Franks have died one fromthe shock and horror 1 of his sons deed the other of a broken heartat the cruel loss of his only child It could be the wish of the newspaper men and the general public that the Franks murderers be al llowed to sink into oblivion in their life sentences at Jsephrate Illinois prisons But it will be remembered Ithat at the time of sentence numerous authorities on law declared that it would be possible to free the slayers in ten years on records of good behavior if public opinion against them had by that time died out I The feeling of repulsion for these two suave per petrators of the nearly perfect crime was no sud en heat of mob hatred it was a rational condemna tion which grew stronger as each nasty detail was re pealed Theirs is a crime which neither time nor good behavior can make pardonable It should be the de of every conscientious newspaper in America necessarily to keep fanned the hatred against the jmths but to keep fresh in the memories of Its eaders the understanding of the nature of their hor iNedeed so that no amount of money nor political tluence can throw back upon society the men who Bew an only son thatthey might vave a thrill i i IE rrSTRUE THEYRE NOT HUMAN ADMIRAL HILARY P JONES of the United States navy has voiced the opinion that naval officers generally speaking are not opposed to a program of sarmament He himself of course was an Amer fcan representative at the Geneva conference at which als subject was considered Quite reasonably the admiral points out that while would be grossly negligent of our duty if we did keep in mind always the defense of our country Its enormous commercial interests spread over jyilpUt the seven seas am 3Ure I amspeaking fthe mind of all thinking naval officers when I say that the navy desires a limitation tnat will be equitable to all concerned and will not jeopardize what we con n aider absolutely necessary to our national defense If that be the true attitude of the naval officers must be a marvelously unselfish group if they r arewilling to stand backand see the horizons of jfiieir profession drawn in about them they have in J Jeed cast out of their makeup much of the stuff that STTmarka most of us as human In this connection it is to be noted that Admiral Jones is retired from active service Developments in MASON CITY GLOBEnA7RTTW GETTING AT CANCER rpHt medical worltf will be conservative but watch ful in the matter ofdiscoveries concerning cancer by Dr Sokoloff University of Prague Sokoloff told physicians gathered in Boston that his remedy is based on the theory that cancer develops only in areas of the body where the supply of oxygen Is scant and where there Is also a disturbance of the endocrine glands Sokoloff has experimented on 1000 animals injecting his compound His experiments he says have been 70 per cent successful The work of turning back one of the great scourges of the human race goes on PAYING FOR CARELESSNESS pERHAPS there is some real sense in a new law passed by the legislature of Connecticut The law is designed to make it possible for motorists who have never had accidents to buy insurance for less money than those who have an accident record A man who just wont be careful or who is too dumb to be care ful ought to have to pay more for bis protection than a good driver OBSERVING Have we served YOU thru bur Washington In Send your inquiry to the Qlobe Injoraton Bureau Frederic J Haskln Director Wasnlngton D O Inclose 3 cents in cota or stamps for return postage S held In Chicago an annual at years Nov w 24 A About 30000000 barrels of 42 gallons each of aons Pennsylvania crude oil were produced in 1828 dren to 1 a for A Among recent films listed by the Parent Magazine as especially good for children are The White North born t S 10 1878 at A Dr Hugo Eckener was born mstedt Schleswig Holstein the in Germany Q Please describe the Damascus sword blade M filst drew attention to Damas 3S designs formed Ce bv tiunf esgns ormed by a tissue of dark lines on a light ground or light toes upon a dark ground and occasionally by the in laying of gold on the steelblue ground Gold aid Q year A 1 town Festival each of the 711 ha city is there a restaurant built to resemble a railroad train J E H A Doubtless you have reference to an unusual type of restaurant at Newport Rhode Island I D a woman president T widow of exGov way copany Southeri1 the case may indicate that he has somewhat lost touch with naval sentiment since his retirement two years ago And ths isnt said in criticism of the navy or the naval attitude either The thot ofthe navy in matters to national defense must always be given weight But in the particular program before the na tion at this time the navy could scarcely hope to be toe final determiner of Americas policy ITS RIGHT TO SWATEM MOINES a Patron has appealed from the decision of the school board which barred his on from to a high school because the lad was associated with a high school fraternity Such Si organizations are taboo in the Des Molnes public 1fle father makes the point that his boy was not ajmember either pledged or active of the a wrong yPerhaps under the circumstances has been done the youngster y4 But about the proposition of high school frater nicies there can be no doubt They have no place in Amrican system of They j can have no other effect than engendering cliques I M In universities and colleges fraternities moke tall pretenses but they are in fact not much more than boarding or lodging houses dignified with a set of J preek Therein lies the justification for their existence jf i But in high school the boys and girls live at their fi tijmes Fraternities and sororities could do no more supplyah added encouragement for the tendency r Wlmt coIleKe did Col Robert Stewart present funds for a library J C E A presented to his alma mater Coe Iowa to Authorities state that a r will ghde steadily downwards while a sail received the suggestion at various times that Eye Observing ought to be con verted into a daily feature The guments are made that the co tents of the department could be ment basis andthat Jwouid now that it even those who now are frightened away by the dimensions of the depart mentPersonally Ive come to look upon this department as a sort of weekly institution While Imper fectly willing to bow to the wishes of the majority of readers I should Tr some rather clearcut evidence that there is i majority in favor of the change from weekly to daily installments Id appreciate an opinion on this question from YOU if you are one of that con siderablesized body of persons who would rather have the department done away with entirely than spread the nuisance out over six days a week recognize the subject dis cussed in these two letters THO 4 Jt the first from C R and teen t However that may be Id be glad to print further opinions in JL vymions in the next two or three installments The water may be a bit warmbut come on in anyway R Heres the contribution from C Please be kind enough to help me solve this conundrumMy at Untion has been called several times lately to a rather pathetic state of affairs that exists in Mason A young lady that I have in mind is i srraduate of the local high school and Hamiltons Business col lege and then attended the Normal at Cedar Falls After receiving a certificate she taught two years in a country the meantime some of her support was taken away and It was necessary she earn more money so she came back into Mason City in search of a position She sought several county positions only to find they were held by mar ried women whose husbands are supposed to make a living for them She finallyaccepted a position for mrdly a living wage with the prom sa of the better position In the of fice as soon as it was available after being there a few days she earned once again a married wom an was holding the better position ierhusband has a lucrative posi tion His salary Is such that both could have a comfortable living but the dutiful wife prefers to work chanced to visit a city in southeastern Iowa the other day and was impressed bv Uie large number of hitching posts Kemember them Horses heads with rings for tying purposes ex tended on either side from the bit m the chargers mouth I wondered then and I wonder now if there is Ill say those remnants of another age in Mason City I confess I havent seen any insist anew that not enough g attention is being given to the subject of public con venience in the handling of detours m Iowas primary road system For instance Friday morning I struck the pavement west of Algona by jogging north a mile from the Whittemore road three or four miles west of Algona Except for having to turn on to a temporary bridge to thenortheast of Whittemore the new paving was extremely inviting At night I came back over the same route That Is I tried to But to my dismay I found a huge cement mixer obstructing the path to the tempor ary bridge I did what dozens of other cars were forced to do turned around on the narrow paving and went back to the old road into Whittemore Possibly there was some good reason for the mixer be ng where it was But there was no excuse for a failure to place at least a partial barrier across the paving there at Whittemore with an ex Jlanatiou that the bridge was closed At the best detours are leg ible And I doubt seriously whether t can be said they are at their best at present am In receipt of a complaint Ifrom L M about the prac tice of fillingstations which permit their patrons to drive on to tod occupy the sidewalk while get ting their gasoline or oil She has occasion to use each day the side walk on the south side of the street across from the armory and not in requently she is forced to go out nto the street in order to get to ler destination She thinks there is an infringement upon the rights of the pedestrian involved in this transaction wonder how it would work out R H has conceived the idea of having the state equip every rear license plate with a little red reflecting light Such a plan she argues would give every automobile a rear light whether or not its electric system was work ing It would be a special protec tion for occupants of the car stalled at night as well as for the ap proaching motorist She ventures THREE Sundown Stories By MARY GRAHAM BONNEB BLIND MANS BUFF JOHN and Peggy blindfolded themselves This was J playing the game differently from the way they usually played it where only one person was blind folded and tried to catch the others But tho little black clock had thot this would be a good way to play it now Of course his legs were very much shorter than either Peggys or Johns But he dodged them again and again It was really quite hard to catch him To be sure they were all in such wide open land that it was extremely difficult to catch anything when blindfolded But the little black clock did not go far away He stayed near by Sometimes he was very quiet and they thot he might have gone farther off But then they would hear him move a little He was excellent at dodging Excellent At lost John got hold of him Ive got you he shouted And what do you think When Peggy and John took their handkerchiefs rrom their eyes the whole scene was entirely different They were no longer on a wide prairie They were Diet and Health I By Lulu Hunt Ptltti M D SUN DEADLY TO GERMS HEAR DOCTOR I cant understand why I should have had a dull headache every day after taking I tried to start them since n the radio exercises V thebabycame not far from a cave a man in front of the cave a strange wild looking man rmglad you dldnlt catoh me before I had turned to this time the little black clock said John didn t say anything Nor did Peggy They was the strangest looking man they had ever seen in all their lives First Fire EARLIER DAYS of course they havent a family that for a few cents per license i plate this plan could be put into operation All right What are the difficulties to be met Mr Ray mond should like to hold this con tribution from J D W mi fer and more built craft which n ra w taking advantage of upward currents of air will tually sail or fly in the hands of a skilled pilot flat u u JJ1JUL Sy Toes soda sometimes taste BOBROADWAY By JOSEPH VAN RAALTE MEW YORK Sept famous Pig Woman of A the HallMills Jane a goat woman now She specializes In goats instead of saus age on the hoof Her health is indifferent and when Jane feels like having Wreakfast in bed the goats can look after themselves She just bought a new Chrysler car and on fine afternoons whizzes thru New Bruns wick never failing to pass the scene of her dramatic deathbed appearance Willie Stephens or Mr Stephens as he prefers to be another principal in the famous murder case Is back at his old office In the New Brunswick firehousc where he whiles away life jabbing pegs into a cribbage board 5W YORK cops are getting a good laugh out of Willard Macks new talkie Voice of the City ihe villain a doublecrossing lowdown teethgrind ng nogood racketeer is made up mustache and gar IfiTlfn i fnlaTmo h garb and to double for The Pret feward snobbishness which is all too present In pupils iwen when curbed Des Molnes policy of dealing sternly with high fraternities has everything to commendit Autumn brings a shift of emphasis from sunbacks lo halfbacks J Will BoloT grandchildren someday play airplane uw uuuuiu jur me rTet tlest Police Commissioner New York Ever Had The real kick the cops are said to get out of the picture occurs at the close when the bullet of a bull sends Grover into New Jerusalem or points south THE traffic guardian of one of the citys busiest 40 cars a minute whizz past him north east south and west completes his eighthour hift repairs to the station house dons his Barymores tjoes home eats his dinner and then saunters back to he scene of his daily toil where he stands for an hour r more watching the cars go by THE Duchess reports that while waiting for a bus on f ooS rtZieat corner automo biles from 28 passing And the occupants of every car she avers slowed down to take a squint at the famous toothless Library proud to bite THE bizarre flapper in the Capital of the Common A monplaco has taken up llterachoor In a serious way imposing tomes engage the stenographer the saleslady and Miss Central on the crowded subway to and from her place of toil Since Will Durant Knocked America boowlegged with his Story of Phi losophythe Pale Purveyor of Pink and Punk Fiction has had his work cut out for him NYawk srolls is groin Inf fer but In her working she keeps this young single girl out of a position see will have to go elsewhere away rom her family to find work so ihe can live You cant tell me these rcunggirls are not capable because n most instances they have a better ducation and they tiont have to forry about runninghome and ooking 15 cents worth of food for erself and husband and run back o work I still contend a married vomans place is in the oldingdown positions that belong p single girls and it would be wise f many business firms here would ollow In the footsteps of the Brick nd Tile company and hire only ngle girls And heres the communication written by Lola Fitch I have observed that in applying or a ppsition in almost every in stance they are filled by married women I am a well educated young lady and would like to live at home but on account of these married women filling these positions instead of making a home for their husbands and children it is drivingthe young folks away to large cities where there is so much evil and tempta tion In regard to this condition would like to have some opinions to see if this serious conditlpn can be remedied was sorry to see the G A R turn its back on a pro posal for a joint meeting between veterans of the northern and southern armies Could there be any finer symbol of the nations solidarity than a march arm in arm down Pennsylvania avenue in Washington Such was the spirit exhibited by the great General Grant when Lee was presented to him in defeat If he could have talked to the G A R dont you rather guess he would have coun iy til next summer for there is nothing in sure the present temperature suggestive of he subject covered but I feel sure SEPT 31 1909 Congressman G N Haugen Northwood was one 5f the passengers to the city Wednesday The fourth istrlct statesman came clad in a summer suit and uie sudden change of temperature put a crimp in everything but his chances for reelection the coming Haugen was chipper as usual met a again since the same headaches returned Aa my blood pressure is normal and I am physically perfect I would like very much to know if it is wise to continue with the exercises I feel quite sure that becauss of your help in dieting and exer cising I was able to become preg nant even tho I am 40 The babv is three months old and the joy of our lives MRS B I congratulate you on the haoov results of your reducing Mrs B Obesity hasbeen recognized for some time as one of the reasons it 1 i sterllity We do not know wheth er it is the chemical disturbance of the glands caused by the unbalanced diet or whether it if the physical disturbance caused by infiltration of fat Probably tt is a combination of MIR twn fnftnva i HUNT tETERs M heard Kf the two factoraWe of Women of despair have beeu made happy by m steriUt your exercises I wouldnt take them if XUHEN wearing apparel has beeri exposed to dis W1U render them sterile and t W 5 atrlnS bring about that P result causes in the urine www uuii y CAIIIOLC HL the fairgrounds in the afternoon when he was well received by hundreds of friends Rebekttlls were entertained last evening at the Orphans home south of the city The occasion was the fiftyeighth anniversary of the weTo eRebekah A hundred Pleasant time was the result furnlshed children of the ren o e home the boys band playing several selections and Mrs Thomas Connor leaves the city Thursdav S ak and wil1 absent wo weekSSh sn wo weeks She goes there to visit her daughter Mrs part the Mrs Gus Kolb wife of Foreman Kolb of the Decker Mrs Nick Hagenson went to Min s today for a weeks visit with relatives and friends where Sf the n baS to lay cement in the city and who was stopped because the contract in the manner night for men to lay of will arrive for H H snn H accordjDer to a letter received u H Shepard who is looking after this end of ths sufficent importance fop th op r that it would be lost in the shuffle warden whose salary wouW be S7D somehow in the intervening months I could eive M hf uL W be a month and game And I wouldnt above all things be a party to letting such a gem as this blush Its sweetness on a desert lir The bill for ladies hosiery in this the U S A Is many many millions so statisti cians say The value of the sunlight on legs without a sock Is also many get this from the Doc It seems to me this being theres nothing more to say Against the girl who gets the sun by laying hose away Ihe saves her money adds to health and nothing looks more neat Than shapely legs with cont of tan a tripping down the street I think if those who criticize this economic style Will lay aside their prejudice bare legs will stay awhile Then J D W ends with a yours for health in dress commend to readers of this department if any this set of commandments which re cently appeared in Kessingers Mid west Review I Drive to the right side of the road its just as good as the left II Slow down when approaching a cross road it is nearly as dangerous as a railroad crossing m it b 6 kidney only per water and the waste materials from the kldneys inflamed pears in the urine Albumin ma fUso a asssarc s a made by any commercial concern We have a new pamphlet on the kidneys which will tell you how to urine for albumin and sugar luesttona are answered in our article on Acne A SERMON FOR THE WEEK REMEMBER By the Rev Jason Noble Pierce D D Pastor of the First Congregational Church Washington D C If we are to have a Christian and not a Paean mU3t the Sabbath Dayllna V16 the paat ancl hope of the the If we make the right use of our opportunities we shall fmd ourselves growing and broadening Altho remembering is valuable It is a good thine sometimes to forget We should remember friendship and forget enemies remember favors aid forget in juries Even as we remember l we remember things must re NTORTH IOWA EDITORS seled letting bygones be bygones Look out for children Von can WILL VOTE ON BONDS Waukon Republican and Stand ard The board of supervisors def initely decided the amount of the bonds asked for in the special elec tion at a meeting Friday being the amount instead of 000 as stated In this paper last week as the likely sum The above amount will be ample to do the work con templated without a doubt and had a larger sum been voted it Is doubt ful if that amount of bonds would have ever been issued anyway Now the matter will be for the voters to definitely decide on October S THE ROAD ALOFT Reporter Some 216 cities have now established themselves on the air map as aircraft manufac turing or operations centers Every day planes fly 80000 miles with passengers mail and express be tween these cities which are linked by 30000 miles of established air ways Mail planes fly 50000 miles daily across 41 of the 48 states northward into Canada and south into Mexico Central and South America The budding aviation in dustry is growing so fast that it is difficult to keep track of its prog expect to live long enough g to see some improvements at that South Federal ave nue viaduct And Im not thinking the rough pavement underneath The thing I have In mind is the supporting pillar be tween streetcar track and street proper This is a source of danger Painting it has reduced the hazard but removing it will be necessary to eliminate the danger And such construction is easily within engi neering possibilities I am told have a bitter complaint from V R to the effect that there is no justification whatever for the present policy of double parking by trucks Just try to get down Federal ave nue when one of these trucks and a streetcar are at the same point along the street he observes But what are you going to do about it V R How is a truck to ret rid of its contents if this prac tice is to be discontinued Would you have more noparking stretches And if so wouldnt YOU be more discommoded than with the present plan Further particulars wanted nlease never tell what they will do ami you are always in the wrong if you hit one IV Try to help instead of hintler the traffic officer he is there for your good and hes got a tough Job Be sure your dimmers really dim its no joke driving into n blinding glare as you probably know VI Read and obey the warning signs they are not put up as ornaments VII If you feel youve got lo do it where it wontkill anybody but yourself vin When making minor repairs stop where your car may be seen from both directions otherwise yon may stop longer than you anticipate IX Speeding around corners is a straight route to the hospital Dont race past a stopped street car Some day the jury will call it manslaugh ter X Use discretion The fact that you had the right of way wont bring anybody back to life least of all yourself MARRIAGE A FAILURE NO AVobster City Journal Yes there are too many divorces results of hasty and illadvised marriages But the worthy young man and young woman need not be discouraged Just look around a little and note the happy unions that have endured 25 40 and 50 years or longer Mar riage is a great success and it is the ony thing for young men and women who want to get the most out of life And the older they get if they choose wisely the more will they realize tins fact SPINSTERS INSURANCE Oelweln Register Over in Jeru salem the girls take out insurance against being a spinster Tlie best insurance against being a spinster in this country is for a girl to be a real woman and stop the flapping of a flapper This flapper Idea is all right when a young manjs simply out for a good time he comes to the point of settling down andwanting to make a home he is more anxious to find a girl who is more like what his mother was than he is of the sort that flits about and tries to see how much she can swear how many cigarets she can smoke and how much she can drink It is all right to play around with these flappers but when It comes to making a home and rearing a family even the present day boy wants a girl who has not been pawed around over by every lounge lizard who might happen along He does not want the girl who tries to see how close she can come to the brink and not step over He does not want the girl who has worn out every sweet passion in tantalizing others He wants a real American girl and this sort we have described are not This may seem a little old fashioned and not conforming to the single standard we have heard so much about but we believe the best American boy would still prefer that if ihere is any drink ing smoking swearing and such going on he prefers to do it him self rather than the one who he expects to call his wife some day WHAT HE HAD LEFT Grundy Center Register A farm er showed ua a check a few days ngo for which ho had just re ceived for delivering the last in stallment of last years corn crop He had 100 acres in corn and with what he fed and what he sold his born brot him better than 550 an acre An acre of ground that will raise a 550 crop a year Is worth about 500 an acre which we at one time had hopes would become the normal value of Iowa land THE DEMOCRATIC VIEWPOINT Now Hampton Triliune Senator Brookhart is speaking long and loud against the proposed protective tar iff bill He declares it will cause further ruin to farmers and farm sections Like Mr Borah Mr Brook hart favored a republican election last fall They both were for Hoover The republican partybosses are for this wicked tariff bill and they say that President Hoover will sign ft if congress passes it The time for remedy la on election day CORN IN MINNESOTA Hampton Chronicle The Minne apolis newspapers say that corn n Minnesota is out of the danger from the frost It corn is safe in Minne sota it ought to be safe in good old Iowa where the weather is sup posed to be warmer but not KO much warmer here this year than it was in Minnesota at COAST GRAPE GROWERS Mitchell County Press The Iowa Homestead doesnt think the Cali fornia grape growers deserved much consideration from the federal farm board since their overproduction grew out of expansion to supply wine since the passage of the prohi bition amendment The California growers according to the Home stead have canvassed Iowa people and sold their wines under a posi tive guarantee that they would fer ment and make powerful Intoxi cants and they simply overdid tha expansion of tho grape industry to meet the needs of this underhanded business Then too it should bo pointed out they were in direct competition with Iowa corn while they were doing It SHOWER BATH IN TAIL Iowa Recorder The Franklin county board of supervis ors has decided on a shower bath in jail One member In favor of it said that the jail has been painted inside and out ancl why not a shower bath Perhaps hr Is right You know cleanliness Is next to Godliness and qulto likely it la needed injails if anywhere THE HITCHHIKER A PEST Hampton Recorder A motorist Just returned from a crosscountry tour reports that the hitchhiker was abroad in the land this summer In greater numbers than ever fore This is bad news for everybody concerned The hitchhiker to put it bluntly is an unmitigated pest WHEN GRANDMA WAS YOUNG Alpniui Knpuhllcan When grand ma was a girl it took from twelve to twentyfour yards of calico to make a dress Now two yards of cheeseclotl does the business bilt the price like the length has gone up n bit RAY RtlAT JAGS Dunionl Jotirniil The man who plays with his insides is a fonl Thai is strong language but none too strong for the human creature ruins the tissues of his body to get a jag out of bay rum BUYERS REATNEED Dncorali Journal Nearly all the authorities nre agreed that farm land has reached the bottom But few buyers anpcnr tn be willing to act on the authorities wisdom   

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