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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE RAIDING PARTIES ATTACK WORKERS Automobiles Overturned an Windows in Factories Are Broken DETROIT Oct 28 parties that chose the hour who shifts would be changing descende early today on three manufacturin plants where strikes are in progres among tool and die makers over tuning automobiles of workme leaving for their homes and break ing scores of windows in one of th factories The most serious damage wa done at the Federal engineering works where rocks and timber were thrown through the windows the timbers tearing out sashes a well as glass Other plants visited were those o the Briggs Manufacturing company makers of automobile bodies and branch plant of the Hudson Moto Car company nearby At the Brigg plant an automobile was over turned and burned when Harr Harding 27 a workman defiei threats of violence He was cut an bruised The raiding parties apparent separate numbered fewer than 10 men each officers said They movec so swiftly that the scores polic dispatched to the trouble areas wer unable to overtake them The disorder broke out only s few hours after leaders among hot strikers and employers had issue optimistic statements about pro gress made in conferences GAY PARADE IS FESTIVAL FEATURE ConUnuea Fram J Cookman Billy SeeleyDick Halso and Howard Butler Costume Prizes Announced The prizes for costumes were First prize 2 to Edward Tosel second prize Charlotte Oley third prize 50c to Freddie Wassi cek Two complimentary tickets to the Strand theater were given the next ten these included Geraldino Grenier Wayne Hicks Lois Ankron Mildred Dyer Jack Fatland Max ine Rheingas Verna Elfson Phyllis Lee Marie Adkins and Willard Lie ber Following the parade the kiddies attended the matinee at the Strand and received free candy Com Entries Continue Farmers continued to bring their specimens of corn to the celebra tion headquarters at 119 North Fed eral avenue where entries were be ing received up to 5 p m in all contests Mr ana Mrs Fred Muhm Kanaw ha with their six children JRobert Merle Donald John and Ralph won first money in both the distance and the largest family contests Friday The Muhmswho live on the other side of Kanawha came 50 miles to the celebration for which they received 5 in addition to 58 for having the largest fam ily the latter award being on the basis of for each member Came 48 Miles Second prize for the longest dis tance went to Lawrence Mieltz Riceville who came 48 miles to re ceive an award of 53 Robert Duenow and Roy Williamson both oE Otran to and 38 miles from Mason City tied for the third long distance prize of SI S M Knowlton who lives on a farm near Mason City won second prize for the largest family to reg ister at the headquarters Mr Knowlton who appeared with his son Arthur and daughter Grace received 5150 The sweepstakes prize for the largest ear of corn in the territory designated for the district contests added an impetus to that depart ment of the celebration Saturday The exhibit of large ears in the headquarters continued to draw a stream of visitors from both town and country Drew Shoppers The entertainment supplied by Mason City orchestras Friday after noon under the sponsorship of the American Federation of Music drew many shoppers to the downtown district Friday afternoon The cards displayed in the show windows of downtown stores con tinued to receive attention These cards indicate that gifts for many North Iowa women are beingof fered PROSECUTION FOR NRA IS APPARENT Continued From Popce I effect anything that looked toward collective bargaining The Ford Motor company prompt ly replied it observes the law and exceeds it in all its real recovery features when Johnson told the press he would turn a clear cut violation of the code over to the at torney general Submission of employment statis tics to the national automobile chamber of motor code likely to afford a clear cut Ford test NRA was seeking to determine immediately what manufacturers plan to supply figures There were intimations the Ford Motor company though not a member would comply IN DAYS NEWS Alatstizt inyai auuvo umi anesc ambassador to Berlin is considered the most likely can didate to succeed Kirsuji De buclii as ambassador at Wash ington Associated Press LAKOTA HUSKER WINS IN KOSSUTH More Than 1500 at Algona as Heidecker Husks 1661 Pounds ALGONA Oct Hei decker of Lakota won the corn husking championship of Kossuth county Friday when be husked 1661 pounds net of corn at the Mark Loss miles south of Algona Fred placed second Gray of with 1594 Titonka pounds More than 1500 persona were pres ent for the contest in which 15 com icted The corn ran 70 bushels to he acre OCTOBER 28 Kg 1933 20 INDICTMENTS ARE RETURNED Bench Warrants Are Issued for Those Who Are Not Held in Jail Twenty Indictments were returned by the Cerro Gordo county district court jury at oclock Friday afternoon before Judge M H Kep ler This is the largest list of indict ments returned by the grand jury since nearly a decade ago when the operations of undercover men kept the list of defendants in the crim inal courts large Fridays returns are understood to have included bills against a number of defendants gar nered by Mayor J T Lairds spe cial drive against the liquor traf fic Only Three in Jnil Only three of the 20 indicted were in jail These were Xonophan Gazes Dalia Lee and Raymond Amundson all on the charge of bootlegging Judge Kepler issued bench warrants for the arrest of the other 17 who will be placed in custody by the sheriff or be required to put up bonds Those indicted included the three persons charged with receiving stol en property in the beer hljacking case Mr and Mrs Mark Schmidt Clear Lake and Carl Krieger Ma son City Indictments of bootlegging were returned against Jack Holsten George Colton Mike Martinez George Cordle Arthur True Gus Poulas and TomBartharidis all of Mason City Two From Plymouth Leon Jirsa Kaaper Hegel Plymouth Clyde Benson Crystal Lake C A Bouline Clear Lake and Jess Harrington and George Lamb Mason City were indicted on charges of operating a motor ve licle while Intoxicated Frank Mur taugh Clear Lake was indicted on a charge of resisting an officer The grand jurors were again high n their praise of County Attorney tf L Mason for the manner in which he handled the large amount of evidence presented before them since they went into deliberation Tuesday The grand jurors are A L Mit gard William Bruns C H Barber W E Roberts J R Claus C F Sledel and G E Frost RECORDS SOUGHT IN STEEL LOAN Continued From Page nation if the price for first quality rails is reduced to If the steel companies will no make this concession the govern ment will make the loans only i the steel companies refile the new prices under the code accorripanie by a stipulation that if the presi dent after government accountant have had full and free opportunit to examine the books and cost re cords finds that the prices shoul be reduced to make them fair then the reduced prices so named by him shall be effective to the same ex tent and from the same date as i they had been originally filed In ment the will meantime the advance funds govern on th basis of a price of adjustment up or down to be made later in ac cordance with the presidents find ing McKEESUSEOF NRA IS PROTESTED Continued From Faee 1 calling save the city of New York Expresses Resentment I am confident LaGuardia said that General Johnson and the ad ministration will not permit such a brazen exploitation of an emblem that has become dear to the hearts of all Americans As an American I resent the draping of our flag to conceal the identity of the district politica bosses and the tin box brigade At McKees headquarters it was said the circulars had been submit ted as a sample but the committee refused to buy them Hoey said he did not know they were authorized or being circulated pri vately Stolen Car Recovered NEW HAMPTON Oct light roadster stolen from George Egan North Washington mill oper ator was recovered Friday at Aus tin Minn Sunday at Local THE GOLDEN TEXT Mark 16 15 And He said unto them Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to the whole creation WELKUM CLASS Young Married Class FIRST M E CHURCH Invites Your Attendance Sundaj A M FOR INFORMATION CALT 2131W school convenes at ft lornlng worship at Sermon subject Chofced Development B Y P U 3Q Evening worship at Sermon sub eel 7 Needed a oi Reverence WednesdayNov 1 la given over to ha interests of Christian education A loom f five educational experts from Phtladel Chicago and Das Molote will conduct onferencea Mrs Mary E coalmen Fhila clphta director of adult division of Sun ay acnool work the Rev Richard Holland hjladelphla director oE young peoples dl Islon Miss Pearl Hoaer Philadelphia dl ector of childrens division Edwin Phetps eneral secretary of B Y P U of Amer a Chicago will naslsl tn young peoples and the Rev Newton Carman direc or of religious education in the Iowa Sap st convcntion will make up the team Con ercnccs nt a m p m and 7 m Sunday school teachers and workers nd YOUHE Peoples workers urged to at W Caul minister CATHOLIC St nt 0 8 and 10 a m Ienediction and rosary Bl 4 p Tit Lev P 9 OConnor pastor the Rev ather Casstdy assistant Holy street northwest unday masses at 7 and a m Rev R P Murphy the Rev A J ohrer assistant ilgli Catholic every unrtay at a m Confession before mss Catechism 15 mlnuteg alter tie Rev John Canals CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Cliurch of Christ ntton and Third strict northwest Sunday ervlcos 11 a m Subject Everlasting unlEhmcrit Sunday school n in relncslay evening testimonial meetlnp m Reading roam east end of church cck days n m to 5 p m CHURCH OF CHRIST and Adams northwest Bible chool Communion and preachinK Anthem by choir Thy Mercy obects The ehotr Is under the direction of sa KHzabelh Stevens who assumed lead tblp In the past week Sermon subject Prophets Priests and Preachers Junior termed ate an ft senior CbrisUnn Enrteavur 30 Evening worship Orchestra en male quartet and candle Uphtlnp ervlce Sermon Jesus the Light of the L Kratz pastor CO NOR KO ATIO N At school assisted by orchestra 30 Classes for all ages Worship rl C club In Young Peoples conference at a of the afternoon This will take the ace of the Tri C club meeting at appy Hour Theme Paul In Jeni tem Boy Scouts Monday evening 7 ns union Friday in luncheon at 1 clock The veventyflfth anniversary of Is church will begin Friday evening in a 30 dinner This dinner will be put on ny M Decker assisted by the yoiinj women the congregation The guests will be re ived and welcomed by women In costumes ornlngworship will open with an organ se ction by Mrs Ehtcra followed by praces onal hymn Dr Dibble will preach from theme Working Willi Divine Love he program for Ihe neventyfifth annlver ry has been covered L bble minister EPISCOPAL St Bund ay after trln 3 arn hold communion Special uslc prelude Chancel Radiance Kern fcrtory Mediator Armstrong postlude Marche Brillianle Lowden church school service explained eucharlst abort period of data Instruction following ll a m morning prayer and errnon second In series The Church and the Present Chrisls Special music prelude The Lost Chard Sullivan offertory poprano eolo Teach Me O Ixrl Belscoff sung by Madelene Donnelly postlude Torch Light March Clark p mr young peoples fellowship evening prayer luncheon and program talk by Mlsa Propp Report of special actlvtUes of social service depart ment 2 p m Boy Scout hike meeting at parish hail Monday evening 6 p m pro gmm and dinner of young mens club In guild dining room Admission of members Tuesday evening Boy Scouts in guild hall Wednesday All Saints tiny 7 a m holy communion a m hold commun ion p m choir rehearsal In church Friday I oclock St Margarets guild luncheon and meeting home of Mrs Da For restByers 410 State street Clear The Jlev Robert Redenbauch rector EVANGELICAL North Adams 10 Sunday achool with special rally day with special offering for the Iowa conference field day Jl service for worship In this service we will also receive the Iowa con ference Jeld day offerlnc Junior In termediate and senior league nervlces evening Wednesday mid week prayer B Brmncmeler minister I LUTHERAN Fourth and Fifth streets on North Delaware E a m graded Sunday echool and Bible classes 10 a m EnjOlah service 11 a m German service This being the Sunday nearest to Refer mallolQ day tho pastor will preach on the topic The Word of Precious Gift of Christ to His Church Restored by the Reformation according1 to John 178 The sentor choir win sing God Is Eer Our Refuge and Our Strength ending with the battle hymn of the Reformation A Mighty Fortress IB Our God The Junior choir sings Lord Jesus Christ to Us Attend Wednesday evening at 7 Junior choir prac tice at 8 senior choir practice Thursday evening the Walther league meets at the P and Er Marie Schadt Jakle Lashcwlch and Bernard Schmidt entertaining Saturday morning at 9 confirmation C A Hlnz pastor State crosses Connecticut The Rev Walter HKamper pastor Mrs Oscar C Sorleln pianist and chotr director Emil C Martin church school superintend ent Church school with adult Bible classes 5 a m Divine worship 11 a m The festival of the ReformJtlon shall be ob served at this service Sermon theme The Searching Truth of Chrteltanlty Prelude The Word of God Our Heritage F Mcl lus Christiansen anthem The Lord o Hosts Is With UB WHson offertory With Verdure Clad Haydn poatludc A illghly Fortress 13 Our God Martin Luther Mon day 7 p m the church school officers and teachers shall hold their monthly busi ness meeting Wednesdny p m con firmation instruction Wednesday 8 p m choir rehearsal Thursday 8 p m the Ruth Learner Mission club aliall meet at the home of Miss Ruth Thompson apnrtment 30S Kirk apartments Sunday Nov 5 8 p m the church chafr shall present the cantata by Gaul Fifth and Jersey southeast Sunday school and Bible classes at Morning worship Sermon What Is the Kingdom to You Anthem The King of Love My Shepherd Is Shelly Reformation Day service at Address by the pastor Maitin Luther Anthem by the church choir The Heavens Arc Telling Haydn The northwest divi sion will meet Thursday at at the church with all dlvislonn as guests Martha society Thursday at 8 Johanna Olson and rjerlrudo Clemens hostesses Choir Friday Confirmation class Saturday T Erholm pastor Our Jefferson and Twentyfifth street southwest Morning worship 9 Sermon theme To Seek and to Save Luke Sunday achool 20 with classes for all ages Ladles Aid Wed nesday afternoon nt Junior choir prac Ice Wednesday nt Confirmation class Saturday at O Urness pastor St Sixth southeast Graded Sunday school 9 a m Pearl Rohr superintendent Ella Wolanak secret aary and treasurer American services at 10 n m Text Jude I 3 German services at 11 m Text Jude i 3 Luther league Hal ten party Tuesday g p m Ella nak and Lena Riedel serving Ladles Aid Wednesday p m with Mrs Elsie Slock and Mrs William Kcdcker serving Chotr Thursday p m sharp Junior choir Saturday Confirmation class Monday Wed nesday Saturday Adult class Monday eve E o Mali paslar South Pennsylvania avenue iraded Sunday school and Bible classes at oclock J I Wik superintendent iteming Hcrvice at oclock Mlas Mabel Thorstenson field secretary at the Lutheran Deaconess Home and Training school will speaker at tho morning service The vested junior choir will sing The Mornine Star Upon Us NicotaJ Fire side Hour at o oclock with luncheon nt he evening service at oclock tfabel Thorstenson will give an etiture on the work of mercy of the hurch at home and In foreign fields Adult law n Christian doctrine and Bible hour ronday at p m Orchestra practice Monday at p m choir practice Wed nesdoy at r m Junior choir practice Vednesday at p m Mrs w P Gump 6 North President avenue win be hostess the B and O circle Thursday at P m Mrs Clifford Pierce win be hostess o the Garflcld circle Friday at p m 1 234 filxth street southeast Roys confir mation class Saturday at 8 oclock pirls oclock aeventh grade clock anrt nlxxth grade at ll O L N WlRdnhl pastor North Delaware avenue cTaas In Christian doctrine ami Elble study at a m Afornlnp worshJn at 0 oclock Miss Mabel Thorstsenaon o tha Lutheran Deaconess Home and TralnlnR chool will he the Buest speaker Grnted Sunday nchool nnd Bible classes at DM5 nclock Dnvld Olson superintendent iannah Schonhood pariah worker will meet uJlh the confirmation clans Saturday t a L N Wlgdahl raator churchc achool Meha does in courthouse Young men In Eadmar Jiotet Queen Esthers to have breakfast at 9 at Bovalrd Tea room Judior church morning worship Sermon by theRev Frank Mathln who will conduct a series of special meetings for three weeks Specie piusic two organ numbers Intermezzo Dun ham and Postlude Rogers Quartet will sins Saviour Like a Shepherd Lead Us Neldllnger and Jeaus Leads Johts R Sweeney 600 Sunday Night Forum The Rev George K Davles win Ulk on Tales of Other Lands He wit I also show pic tures he took over there this summer Note of hour Evening service Ser mon by the Rev Mr Frank Mathis Music by chorUa H Spence 13 D pastor Sixth street Gouthwest Sunday school at 10 a m During the last 15 min utes of the Sunday schcqol hour Ezra ney ivJH give a discussion on temperance Worship hour nt ll oclock Subject Time Young peoples meeting at p m Mrs BVulah Helnold leader Evannelistlc aerv at 8 oclock Subject The Pearl of Great Price Found and Unknowlngy Lost Tuesday evening the Bible study class will meet at the parsonage church prnyer meet ing Thursday evening at 8 oclock Friday evening young peoplfla prnyer W Schmidt pastor school at a m C K KLnney superintendent The morning worship at 11 a m Sermon theme My WIH Not Thine Thechorus choir will alnp Mrs Leon H Woodward will play the prelude offertory and poatlude numbers The young peoples society will meet at p m Evening Worship at The mens chorus will sing The minister will preach the necoml sermon In the series of Christ and Friends The young peopte will sponsor a family Halloween party for Tuesday evening Our church Is uniting In the evangelistic services which begin at First church Sunday The Womans Home Missionary society win meet with Mrs Reuben Wiley 227 Twentyfirth Btrect south west Wednesday fifttfrnoon Mrs II c Grif fith program leader I 0 O F p m Sunday school 3 p m church Oaibreth minister Union a m Church school p m The Womens Home Missionary society members will con duct the services at 7 p m Tha evangelistic services will continue each evening next week The Ladles Aid will meet Thursday at p m at the W Sims pastor East State and Rock Glenn At a m German at 10 Sunday schcool and 10 oclock English worship Ep league p m at ovangelis tc service at the Flrat MelhodUst church Tuesday 730 p m the first quarterly con ference will ie held Dr J A Young pre siding and all members of the Conference tee asked to be present The W F M 8 and the Ladles aid wll meet with MIF Herman Kupplngcr at her home Thursday afternoon nt G IT Kotiler pastor a TO Church schcool Carle ton Stbern superintendent a m morning worship Sermon by Dr James E Detwetler the pastor presiding solo hy arletan Sebern entitled Spirit o God y Brown and anthem quartet Special nusical numijera by Mrs Anne Paanau p m Seniors find Forum T30 p m Evening worship wUh eermon by Dr Det welter Tuesday p m Boy Scouts VednesdayT p m DramAUc group lostponed from last week Friday Circle meetings of Presbyterian George K Davies minlstcr Kait Ride a m Sunday school Bud Conlon superintendent MIStfErXA NKOUS Alliance Bible school 10 worship ll subject Grace Evening Young Peoples service at evan gelistic service S subject The Marks or Abraham Monday night begins the sreat revival campaign with Dr Caleb Deboard of St Txmls as the speaker There will ha serv ers every night except Saturday m There will he prayeracrvlces every at 7 In tho basement prayer room L A Pcrklna minister Church of Inn over 101 South Federal rwenite Sunday nchoo and day program at PreachlnR serv ce at ll nubject Gods Plan for the Future Special program of music and a message by Harry Leonard at tho YOUXIR Peoples service at p m Evangelistic service at Wednesday evening1 prayer meeting Jn the hall F H Enoch pastor Good Win Monroe avenue northwest Sunday school at 2 Preaching at 3 Sermon theme Holiness Teaching in ne Book nt Romans Prayer meeting Tues day and Friday momlnss at Junior Missionary isoclely Saturday at p m Stewardship M the theme that la being O Helgen minister IOWA TRAILING GOPHERS 7 TO Continued From FBB 1 20 yard line Alfonse picked up fou yards at left tackle He took th ball from Beise and gained a yar at left guard BeLse fumbled bu Lund recovered for a three yar loss Beise passed laterally to Lun who circled left end for just shor of first down on the Iowa 10 yar line and the Hawkeyes took the bal Laws Adds 12 From punt formation Laws car ried the ball through left guard fo 12 yards and first down on the 2 yard line Crayne gained a yard a left guard He added eight yard around right end Laws failed t gain trying left guard Crayn punted to Lund on Minnesotas 2 yard line and he carried it back t the 39 where Fisher got him A double pass Lund to Alfonse advanced the ball four yard through left tackle Lund failed t gain at right tackle Lund quic kicked and theball rolled ove Iowas goalline tee Hawkeyes tak ing it on their 20 Page coming around left end took a double pass and made tw yards through right tackle Fishe made three through right tackle Laws punted and the ball was dawned by Page but Minnesota wa offside and the five yard penalty gave Iowa first down on its 3 yard line Crayne Loses Two Crayne lost two yards trying wide left end sweep Oen piled u interference to stop Crayne for seven yard loss trying right enc Crayne punted out on Minnesotas 48 yard line Lunds forward pass was incom pete after Fisher had nearly inter cepted it Behind three players Lund swept around right end forl yards and a first down on Iowa 38 yard line Iowa was offside anc took a five yard penalty Beis found a big hole at left guard and plunged 14 yards for first down on Iowas 18 yard line Alfonse flashed through lef tackle for 5 yards ag the first periot ended Gophers Score Bengston replaced Smith fo Minnesota Lund hit right guard for tw yards He cracked right tackle for first down on Iowas five yard line Alfonse then circled left end anc crossed the goalline standing up Bevans placeklck was good Iowa 0 Minnesota 7 Svendsen kicked off to lowaa 5 yard line to Laws who carried it back to the 28 yard line after his own interference had partiallj stopped him on the 25 yard line laws cut back through left tackle or 3 yards Craynes interference ripped him and he lost a yard at eft tackle Craynes kick was blocked by Sevan and the ball rolled mt of bounds on Iowas 15 yard line vhere it was Minnesotas ball first down Lund Makes One Lund made a yard trying1 right end Beise cracked left guard to owas 6 yard line where he slipped d fell with a clear field in front Alfonse circled left end to make first down on Iowas 5 yard line Seise gained a yard at right guard V lateral Beise to Seidel was meared for a yard loss Lund gained a yard at right tackle and it vas fourth down 4 to go Ray Fish r replaced Page and Hoffman re ilaced Radloff for Iowa Alfonse two yards through left tackle and Iowa took the ball on its 2 nrd line Crayne punted to Lund on Iowas 8 yard line and the ball was run ack to Iowas 38 Lunds long pass ust missed Alfonses hands and was grounded on Iowas 2 yard line Larson leaped high to snatch Lunds ass on Iowas 34 yard line Minne ota took time out Levoir replaced Seidel for Minnesota Lunds for vard pass went over Alfonses head was grounded and Minnesota ook a five yard penalty for the econd incompleted forward pass and punted out of bounds on owas 22 yard line Crayne Siveeps End Crayne ran wide around right nd and was forced out of bounds in the 28 yard line for a 6 yard ain Laws flashed through left ackle for 9 yards and first down n lowaa 37 yard line Crayne Icked up 3 yards through right ackle On a lateral to Crayne he Ircled left end for 11 yards and irst down on Minnesotas 49 yard ne Laws gained two yards at left uard Crayne cut inside right end or 4 Laws picked up 2 at right guard Crayne punted over the Min esota goalline and the Gophers put he ball in play on their 20 yard ne Ronlng replaced Tenner Proffitt eplaced Alfonse and Harpole re laced Sevan for Minnesota Gains at End Lund gained two yards trying right end Ray Fisher went through ast to drop Proffitt for a seven ard loss Lund quickened to Laws irho fumbled and Proffitt recovered n Minnesotas 44 yard line Lund hit right tackle for 4 yards e dashed through right tackle for 5 more and first down on Iowas 3 yard line Beise hit left guard for 2 yards roffitt gained 3 through left tackle s the second period ended EXPECT BETTER service 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