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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 4, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE IOWA LEADS 21 TO OAT END OF HALF Continued From Paje 1 Moores pass from canter but Law recovered on Iowas 18 yard line Crayne failed to gain He puntc from theIowa 10 yard line to th Hawkeye 49 yard line where th ball went out of bounds Graven failed to gain at right tackle Sena froth slipped through a hole a right guard for 5 yards He pickc up 2 at left guara but it was null tied when Iowa State got a 5 yar offside penalty Graveno wen around short left end for 8 yards Graveno punted to Laws on th Iowa 15 who returned to the 2 yard line Laws went through left tackl for 4 yards Crayne punted to Win ter who was dropped by the tw Iowa ends on the Cyclone 21 yard line Schafroth was stopped by De without gain S3 the quarter ended Iowa 7 Iowa State 0 SECOND PERIOD Allender replaced Graveno at lef half and Berger went in for Roe a left tackle on the Iowa State team The ball was on Iowa States 21 yard line in Iowa States possession Allender took the ball and wa smothered at right tackle for no gain He punted to Laws wh caught the ball on Iowa States 41 and returned to Iowa States 47 yard line Laws gained 3 yards a right tackle Crayne went around right end and cut back for 3 yards gain Laws hit right tackle but failed to gain when Allender stopped Kim Crayne punted to Iowa States 1 yard line where the ball was downed by Page Punts to iJiws Allender stood on his goalllne and punted to Laws who caught on his own 45 yard line and got behinc quick interference to travel to the Iowa State yard mark where he waa stopped by Winter State took time out Laws run was 41 yards On an at tempted reverse there was a confu sion of signals and Iowa fumblec for a 5 yard loss but the play was recalled and Iowa State penalized S yardsfor offside Crayne was stopped on the 11 yard line He broke through left tackle for a gain of 4 yards to the 5 yard line Crayne went over right tackle to the Cy clone 3 yard line Laws attempted to dive over a pileup at center but failed to make the touchdown by inches Crayne found a wide hole at right tackle and went over for the second Iowa touchdown Fisher converted the additional point on a placckick Iowa 14 Iowa State 0 Roe went back into the Cyclone lineup for Berger at left tackle Miller replaced Winter at quarter Dana kicked off to Laws who caught the ball on his S yard line and returned to the Hawkeye Crayne plunged right tackle for 3 yards Hayes replaced Dixon at right guard for Iowa State Laws broke through right guard for a gain of 14 yards to Iowa States 46 yard line Crayne Slakes Yard Crayiie made a yardat center He hit center again for 8 yards The Iowa line again opened a hole at right tackle where Laws went through for a gain Crayne broke away from his own interfer ence and gained five yards but the play was called back because both teams were offside Lloyd replaced Catron for Iowa State at right tackle Laws went through right tnckle for 9 yards before Dana pulled him down Crayne hit the same spot for 6 yards advancing the ball to Iowa States 30 yard line Crayne was injured on the play and Iowa took time out He SUB ed a turned ankle but remained in the game Crayne took the ball on a spinner through left tackle and ran 34 yards for the third Iowa touchdown Laws placekickcd with Fisher holding Iowa 21 Iowa State 0 Crayne was injured on the play and Iowa took time out He sus tained a turned ankle but remained in the game Crayne took the ball on a spinner through left tackle and ran 34 yards for the third Iowa touchdown Laws placekicked with Fisher holding Iowa 21 loua State 0 Lichter kicked off to Fisher who returned the ball from Iowas 15 yard line to the Iowa 34 Teyro slipped through left guard for 5 yards He went through right tack lo and cut back for a gain of 26 yards but the play was called back md Iowa penalized 15 yards for iolding putting the ball on the Hawkeye 25 yard line Harlan re placed Schafroth at fullback fo owa State Harlan stopped Teyro vlthout gain on an attempt at ight tackle Stopped at Lint Teyro punted to Miller who aught the ball on his own 45 yard ne and returned 4 yards Scham mel stopped Allender at the line NOVEMBER 4 1933 the Iowa 25 yard Jlne and returned to the Hawkeye 38 yard line Teyro went through center for two yards Laws made two at right tackle Teyro made three more through right tackle Teyro punted out of hounds on the Iowa State 31 yard line Allendera pass to Miller was in complete He tried another pass to Hyatt but it was incomplete and Iowa State was penalized 5 yards Allender passed to Williams who eaught the ball on his 35 yard line and advanced to the Iowa State 40 Laws intercepted Allendera long pass on the Iowa 35 yard line and returned to the Cyclone 45 where he was run out of bounds Teyro failed to gain at center So did Laws as the half ended Iowa 21 Iowa State 0 WYOMING LOSES COWBOY SENATOR Flood of Messages Pours in Following Death of John Kendrick PICTURE ON PAGE 3 SHERIDAN Wyo Nov 4 A flood of messages today brought the nations condolences as Wyo ming mourned the death of Its se nior United States senator John B Kendrick The 76 year old dean of sen ate a democrat frequently describ ed as lifting himself by his boot straps to a place as one of the leading figures of Wyoming died late yesterday after an illness o less than two days Physicians sale his death probably was due to cere bra hemorrhage Mr Kendricks political career started in 1910 when he was electet to the state senate He educatec himself in spare hours while riding the range as a cowboy he attempted right guard aws Intercepted Allcnders pass on IN THE RADIO WORLD SATURDAY NOV 4 Central Sranftars Time AJl programs to Key nQd basic ctialna or groups thereof unlesi coast to coast o to c designation all available etatlooa VrocrmmB to change p M NBtWBAB NETWORK weaf wtw tneel wtiewjat Vlag W6itf WQ tbt WTO v Baij wmwj NORTHWEST 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JHIOAHCASTS NBCWEAF NETWORK MORNING Melody Hour chain Maid Chorus Novaks OneMan Band RADIO TUBES TESTED FREE AT OUR STORE GBIWOW SUPEK SERVICE The first real advance In elec tric refrigeration for the borne VANCE MUSIC CO EVERYTHING EN MUSIC 124 North Federal Phone 798 Jay Aid en Eilklns Basso The BouUx Sea islanders Mexican Marimba Band Hall and Omen Flanlsti Major Bowes also c Seeing other Americas Round Table AFTENOON U 0 Hwfsalv Russian Svmphonfc Choir Dale Carnegie Lecturer Arnold also c Joha B Kennedy1 Talk Gems of Melody basic Wayne King to c The Radio also c Fiddlers c to c Johnny and VeE also c Sentinels also c CBSWABO NETWORK MORNING Hevellle of the Organ Concert Artists Recital Spotlight Ot wabc Columbias Junior Bugle Church of the to c Robinsons Bfuckaroos Ben Alley Tenor wane Marion Car ley Pinna chain Childrens wabo only Arnold aad Buckley also c Mormon Choir and also c waoo out first Tito Guitars Serenade cast Madi son Ensemble west AFTERNOON Church of the Air to c Lazy Dan Minstrels Man Helen Morgan and Orch Abe Lymana Orch N y to c NBCWJZ NETWOUK MORNING Tone wjz wbal At Dual east only The NBc Childrens Hour Sketches of the Southland Samovar Serenade Orch Morning Musical Btrlnss Rondollers Male Quartet The Don Hall Trio basic Baby Rose cist Radio city c AFTERNOON Hlghllchts of to c The BnrX Ranch Jan Garher c to c International Tld Bits basic Railroad lo c Morin sisters Harmony At Concert o to c EVENINCl NBCWEAF NETWORK Drama of Dreams basic J Garrigans Orch Talkie Picture Play Catholic c lo c American schools 0 c Musical Comedy east Fur weaf only Manners chain Wendell Halls Program Durante ana c Merry QO also c Familiar Music c to c Jack Benny to c col L M also c Human to c Jules Lande anit Violin At Seth c to c Rudy Vailee and Orch William Scottl and Orch CnSKABO NETWORK and basic 30 CrumltSanderson basic Songs My Mother 5 3mllin Ed MeConnell Happy east Tho Syncopat ed Sermons west Ethel Waters east Brlxode DUte H v also c baslc Brlgode mdw Nat ahilkret Concert p Rich Entertains toe Seven star Revutio IOWA TEACHERS HOLD ELECTION Continued From Lucille Dixie MelslersLngers Dixie Harmonies also c Human to c Lombardo Orch also c Joe Hajmes Orch c to c Duchin c lo c Clyde Iucaa Orch to c NHOWJZ NETOOBK The Friendly to e cranj Hotel to c Richard Hlmber Ensemble Miss Willie BIM Skit Thrills of EnglneerlnB V Lopel to e Joe Penner show c to c Eiron Petrl Piano Recital will Roeers and Orch Walter bane Novellan basic Green Brothers Novelty Oreh Phil Baritone Soloj Human to e Roxanne Wallace Hongs Dick IlMsner Orch Nocturne of the Dance Carlos Molina Orch also c The whose services are compensated out of tax monies that may take long to overcome It may result in an extension of the provisions of this act beyond 1934 Others on Program Others on the general program were Miss Agnes Samuelson Frank Vliles editor of the Iowa Legion aire and Frank D Slutz education al advisor of the Chicago Teachers college Community forces need to unite o protect schools and teachers rom selfish and ignorant attacks n the name of economy Miles said n his address Miles serving this year as Iowa chairman for education week pur school systems the most jortaat and essential institutions in our public life have been made to suffer more than any tax support ed institution in the drive for economy It is true likewise that the at ack against the schools has been ed by uninformed misinformed and badly formed elements Enemy of Schools One enemy of the schools I enow is the wealthy taxpayer whose sentiment is that there are too many educated people in America today that so many chil dren are being educated there are too few people left to do the menial labors for men of wealth Also there is another enemy He is the self made man who got along without going to school and thinks he a the complete man He thinks school would have been a waste of time for him and there fore is a waste for anyone else These are the types the forces of education must fight Miles related the history of the institution of national education week supported jointly by the American Legion and the National Education association DOtFFiLT FOUND GUILTY Convicted on Five Counts of Pure Food and Drug Act Violation DAVENPORT Nov 4 ter Doc Tilton of Clinton head of the Tilton laboratories today stood guiltyon five counts of viola tion of the pure food and drug act after trial by a federal court jury here The court set Nov 27 for hearing rate on an appeal motion which de fense counsel indicated would be made The hearing will be in Des Moines The presentation of testimony ended late yesterday when Tilton took the stand and told how he made liquid compounds for cancer cures with a distillate of peat taken from soggy fields near Morri son 111 as their principal ingre dient The jury previously heard a dozen witnesses from Clinton and vicinity give testimonials as to the proper ties of his medicines The court held Tiltons testimony to what he had observed In treating cases He was not allowed to testify as a qualified physician Oscar Saved Trouble of Hunting for Duck QTIINCY 111 Nov 4 as Oscar Brockschmldt stopped his car at a filling station to take on a load of gas preparatory to a hunt Ing trip a duck flew into his arms He therefore decided that his duck hunting trip wasnt necessary Wyomings 76 year old sena tor Jolui B Kendrick died af ter a long illness Judge Edwards Removes Kucher Estate Executrix Judge M F Edwards ruling Fri day removed Minnie Nelson as exe cutrix of the estate of James Ku char but denied the petition for re moval of C B Sherman as executor of the same estate The petition had been filed by the Farmers Savings bank of Plymouth who asserted that four claims which they had against the estate were not satis fied and that the executor and exe cutrix were making no effort to ar range for payment The executrix was removed because she was inter ested in litigation adverse to the in terests of the Farmers Savings bank according to the court ruling Keady for Special Session NORA SPRINGS Nov HjJI will leave for Des Moines Sat urday to attend the senatorial cau cus which will be held Sunday aft ernoon preparatory to the opening sf the special session of the legis lature Monday MAY RENOUNCE GREEK TREATY Government Feels Pact Is Useless With Failure to Extradite Insulf WASHINGTON Nov 4 flVThe government was understood today to be contemplating instructing its minister at Athens to renounce the extradition treaty with Greece as a result of the two failures to extra dite Samuel Insull It was indicated at the state de partment this government feels the extradition treaty is useless to the United States because the Greek authorities have twice denied Insull applications Expectations were that a cable gram stating this governments po sition will go forward immediately to the minister Lincoln MacVeigh who will act in accordance with its instructions There were indications these instructions will be made pub lic tomorrow Greek courts had denied two re quests for Insulls extradition The first was on a Cook county indict ment and the second on charges of violating federal bankruptcy laws Renunciation of the treaty if carried out as reported was inter preted in some quarters as meaning the dropping oc the Insull case since its definite termination would re move international machinery for returning Insull to this country MotherDaughter Banquet Is Held in Osage Church OSAGE Nov 4 The annual Mother and Daughter banquet spon sored by the Ladies aid of the con gregational church was held in the church parlors last evening Fol lowing the dinner a program con sisting of music and toasts to the guests and cooks was given after which a series of living pictures was presented showing phases of woman hood was given by Mrs Mark Van Voorhles Mrs Stiles Lessly Mrs Daisy TupperNichols Mrs William Lybarger and Mrs Hazel Dickson Grace Thomasort acted as toastmis tress THROWSTRIKE INTO FULL GEAR Turn to Fare 2 Column 1 guardsmen to keep farmtomarket highways clear The first demand for militia since the national farm embargo waa de clared two weeks ago came late yes terday when County Attorney Whitney Gllliland of Mills county appealed to Lieut Gov Nela Kraschel Kraschel emerging from a con ference with the attorney general announced no such move Is intended at present Governor Schmedeman of Wiscon sin declared from Washington that no mobolization in his state is planned Use Every Weapon Reports of parity price discus sion at Washington brought forth a declaration in Iowa from holiday leader John Chalmers that a call may go out to the members of the Iowa Farmers Holiday association to strike with every weapon at their command on Monday morn When I said weapons I meant weapons Chalmers added later Draw your own definition At Madison the Wisconsin Holi day association voted to continue the embargo and carried along the approval of the Wisconsin coopera tive milk pool L W Housel a democratic can didate for governor of Iowa in 1928 wired Governor Herring at Wash ington IJke Langer Plan Why not have the guts to come home to Iowa and join with the courageous Governor Langer in de claring an embargo on agricultural shipments from Iowa Grandstand ing in Washington dont help our Iowa farmers The intensified picketing brought from Congressman F H Shoemaker at Minneapolis the assertion that it may be impossible to quell dem onstrations unless farm prices are raised immediately Organizing Military Units In a telegram to President Roose velt he asserted that farmers are organizingmilitary units under ex service men Four companies al ready are training and arming themselves with tear gas bombs for protection In central Minnesota Shoemaker asserted Peace officers in the area how THE GOLDEN TEXT II Cor 3 the spirit of the Lord is there is liberty Sunday school convenes at 945 o IonilQg worship True Dyo arnica of Life Wcdncsday testimonial meeting m Reading room east end of cluivch week days 11 a m to 5 p m and 7 p m CHURCH OF CH1UST BIDle school W s Kollman superintendent Mornlne worship Ser mon Tlie Awakened Church Christian Endeavor societies Evening worship i 30 Special services for Veterans o For eign Wars Male tiuartet Instrumental en semble Sermon Definitions of Patriotism L Krntz pastor CONOBEOAOTIOVAL school will open with a li minute orchestra rrcltol at Worship Trl c club Final meetlnB or Seventyfifth anniversary Boy Sermon subject Communion aer VS2rvliais at 5 new departure for the eve nine lervices ATfejr Ruth Buehler will give several selections on her marlmbaphotie Miss HueWer waa one or the members or a lOOplece marimlmphone band plavlnc at tlie century or Progress exposition The pastor will give the first of a series or eermons on Sins of the Tongue Un charitable Speech or SJns Against Love will Ho the iubJcctA w caul minister CATHOLIC St at 6 S and 10 n m Benediction end rosary at 4 p Kt Kev p s OConnor pastor the Rev Father Cassldy assistant Holy street nortlnvcst Sunday masses at 7 and a m Rev R r Murphy he Rev A J Bohrer assistant JrlilsJi Catholic every Sunday at a m Confession Before mass Catechism 15 minutes aflcr The Rev John Canals CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Flint Church o chrisl ngton and Third street northwest Sunday services J1 a Fallen Man Subject Adam and Sunday school a m Itit scouts Jtontlay evening 7 Choir rehearsal Wednesday veenlng Enerey class In all day meeting Thursday luncheon n noon Harmony Cullil Friday In a luncheon at 1 oclock Hostesses llesdame H A Towner F B Shaffer J W Lorens and Ray Mcyore Derations Mrs Ray Clouuli Sewlnc There will be three services on this day In celebrating the seventyfilth anni versary The moraine worship will open with an organ selection by Mrs Ehlcrs followed by processional Dr P A Johnson rinnell vrlll preach the anniversary 3nAt in he afternoon there will be the vesper service vjhlch win open with a program under direction of Mrs Dorothy Carr Hostettler Dr E W Huel ster or Charles City will bring the Vcsptr message James E Blylhe will rlve tha his tory of the church nuildlng At 730 the li nal service will open with a musical pro gram of old familiar hymns as selected by the early members ot the church History of former ministers by Dr Karl McEwen tiers from early members read by Jirs Communion by pastor William L Dibble minister KIISCOrAI M n m Holy Communion no ic communion of senior a m church school service ii imtnicllon 11 a m Holy Communion and sermon the List In of three on Our Attitude Towa tho Special mu church In the Present Crisis sfe The Foster communion service rre lude Chorus from Tann nl offertory soprano solo Behold he Muster Pijuclli By Ham mond sun by Miss Ellen Smith postlude Grand March Wagner 5 p m ml Junior alter Eulld In the chapel of Our a30 n m Evening prayer luncheon hi Young Peoples Fellow pln wl11 presented Mon day 5 to p m benerit dinner In MacNlder Memorial parish hall in charge or the Fellowship Tuesday p m Boy Scouts Guild hall Wednesday 1 f mirj and meeting St Kalhcrlnes fV 1 w Enrl 802 North Washington avenue Wednesday p m choir rehearsal In church Thursday P m Decker club In guild hall supper meeting and program Annual festival wiek begins Sumtay Nov Rev Robert Iledenbaush rector KVANOKIJCAL North Adnms 10 Sunday ichool 11 morning for worship 5H Junior Intermediate and senior leagues evening service Wednesday mid week prayer C LUTHERAN Brunemeler Fourth and Fifth streels on North Delaware Bam Sunday school and Bible class 10 a m tngilsh service Jl a m German service The pastors sermon loplc Is The Templed Young Man according lo Gen 39 750 At 2 p m the Sunday school children will rehearse the uther anniversary program Tuesday evening the Ladles Aid zneetTat Mrs c A Htm eatertaln wmi af 2 p m the WIUIrK Workers meet with Mm Ay W Rathfnan 323 Ninth street norlieast Wed nesday evening at 7 Junior choir at 8 sen ior choir practice Saturday morning at a confirmation Instruction The g services servces on Sunday Nov 12 will be In commemora on of the anniversary of Luthera MM J childrens Kev jt speaker evening service with program will be held with the achroeder of Austin Minn as C A Hlnz pastor Where state crosses Connecticut Tho Rev Walter u Kampen pastor Mrs Oscar C Sorlein pianist and choir director M Julln lurch school superintend ent Church school with adult classes D45 fhJJi Bcrmon tncme The Noblemans Creed Prehldo league meets Sunday evening at 030 oclock Sunday evening at a oclock the church choir will present the cantata Kuth1 by Gaul Tuesday a p m the church council meets at the church Wed nesday p m the Ladles Guild will entertain at the church Hostesses Mrs D K Uimlbcrg Mrs c J Wasq and Mrs V Leonard Wednesday at p m con firmation Instruction Wednesday at 8 p m entertainment sponsored by the brotherhood to do held nt tlie church parlors Friday INOV 10 S p m choir Firth and Jersey soulh east Sunday school and Bluie classes Jlornlns Worship Sermon Blessing and Wot From tha Ups of the Master Anthem i win Extol Evening service ot sponsorod by he erhood quartet and 0 A OOrecn and Fred Choir Friday Conflrmation class Saturday at T Erholm pas and Twen tyrirth southwest Morning worship 9 Two Kllld3 of niches Luke sundn school 10 Contlrmndon dasa Saturday at 0 Urness pas St a miijlc Wartburg Luther at 7 p m E lie Buehler Elmer Barnosky mil Lsn t Ami iSna nicde on program Bible verse Elnrnal Life Church council meets Tuesday at 8 p m Brotherhood meets Thursday at 8 p m with H Rohde serving choir Thursday at p m sharp and Junior choir Sat unlay Confirmation clast Monday Thurs day and Saturday Every communicant askert to he In church on Nov 19Oswald E G Mall pastor South Pontisylvanla avenue Graded Sunday school and Bible classes at oclock J i wik superintendent Morning worship at 10H5 oclock Organ prelude by Mrs J o GllbcrUon Sermon fi Challenge to the Church Matthew o 131D offertory by Mrs J o tllbertaon and orchestra Kehold a Host L M Llndeman Seni r Young Peoples eopes Luther loasue Fireside Hour and lunch con at 6 p m Junior Luther league at P m Evening worship with Txrdrs Bupper at oclock Sermon The Sinn of Matthew 16 14 Tho Lutheran of the Reformation will leave Jonah of the church In cars Monday 14 6 p m for nlcnlc lunch and program as ituesls fcrna Hansen at RLock Falls Senior choir Wednesday at p m Mra r E Scnmock 215 Soulh Louisiana avenue will be hostess to lha East Park Highland cir cle Wednesday at p m Mrs J C fnsmussen 410 Twentyfirst street south easl will enlertaln the Roosevelt circle Thursday at p m The Waldorf col lege gospel team will provide the program at the social meeting of the lenlor Luther league mietlng Thursday evening nt o clock General Ladles Aid Friday at P m Mrs N B Larson Mrs M F Zack and Mrs E Skoslund hoaUlies Junior loir Friday at oclock Bokrd of dea cons meet Friday at p m Boys con llrmatlon class Saturday at 8 a m frlrlt class at o a m seventh grade at a sixth jrrada 11 a m nahl pastor L N Wljt North Delaware avenue Adult Bible clan Sunday morning at oclock Morning wonhlp at 9 oclock mon Tha on after Saturday at a o L N wlgdahl pislor METHODIST 00 hotel rch 10I5 morning worship Frank Ida will speak on The Second Mile Spe rm Intler Circle the numbcrs by Mrs Bertha Prayer Hacker March Page nffl forum Dr Harold Mor rSP 1DW God the B Meamr wl evening service Frank Malhls will speak cholrWHIIan H Slxth strtet southwest Graded Kappelmau superintendent Morning r wor ship at n a m The Rev John C Schmidt of cedar Fall will bring the message louns peopes meeting at p m led by Mrs i T L j p m lld W A W Schmidt The Rev Ida 0 iT s message at essage at S oclock Tfachsr trafnlne clajs wlli meet D nt Pray PARITY FIGURES WASHINGTON Nov 4 If the Roosevelt administration adopted the price fixing program of five midwest governors these prices would be paid farmers for six commodities compared with their average farm price as of Oct 18 Commodity Parity Oct 18 Beef cattle per cwt Hogs Wheat Corn Butterfat Milk 850 per cwt 103 per hu 075 per bu 030 per Ib 208 per cwt 400 061 040 020 151 Schmidt pastor school at a m C K Klnncy superintendent Morning service or warship ami sermon at 11 oclock The text for the service will te the one used by in opening His ministry namely Mark 1U415 The chorus choir will sine Mrs Ieon H Woodward will play prelude offertory and posllude I be young peoples meeting al The proeram by the Portland oroncatra an nounced Sunday evening has been postponed until a latar date For that reason our congregation will attend th service al First church Transportation will be provided tor all who do not have a way lo go Ladlw Aid will meet Thursday afternoon Mcs Snm and F J Ritey I O 0 F p m Sunday school p m church service Union and Carolina avenue Preaching at a m and T Pm Church school at p m Offi cial board Monday p m Tne w Missionary society will meet at Mrs Mary imvls 622 Boulh President avenue Charles W Sims pastor atato and Hock Glenn Ger man service at a m Sunday school at 10 and worship In English at 11 oclock Epworth league at p m Evangelistic service at the First M E church at 730 evenlngso H Kohler pastor IBESByTEBIAN northwest at Washington 1 V school Carillon Scbem superintendent u a m morning worship Theme Deeper Christian Fellowship Ser Second Mile icrn by by the pastor The nuet by lira Hagerman and Mr Seb Beautiful Garden of Prayer and solo y Mrs Hagerman with Mrs MacMlllan Way violin obltgato The Day t Ended Barllclt Miss Slovens will play Goddards Barcarolle and MeyerBeers Corona lion p in seniors and forum p m evening worship Blola study sermon on Ecclesiastcs Monday p m dinner of S5 club Tuesday p m Boy Scouts Wednesday p m drama club Georso K Davles minister East side 11 a m Sunday school MUREITANEOIIS North Oelanare Saturday nlsht service at B nubject Why Uod Made Man Sunday Bible school 10 mlh of the word at 11 HuWect Oood Soldiers Sunday evening prayer meeting at 7 follows by evangelistic service at 8 wllli the Rev C I Deboard of St Louis speaking at every service The series of spe cial meetings will continue through the week with services night at 8 In cluding Saturday nlghl There ivlll be a meeting of prayer groups every night at Bring your problems and prayer re Veils Crowds are hearing Dr Deboard every special musical by local ar tists assisted by muilclans from surround ing churches of the North Iowa Prayer con L A Perkins minister Chnrth of tte Hall over 101 South Federal SuncSar nehool at Preaching at 11 Jail aervlce at 3 p m Young peoples meeting Evangelistic mrvlcc with the Rev chauncey Merwln preaching at Revival meeting each evening at In the hall F H Enoch rjias tor ever denied knowledge of the or ganization Fire Threatens Bridge SIOUX CITY Nov 4 iff TIce was called out early this morning to investigate a fire which had threatened a 50 foot Chicago and Northwestern railway bridge between Moville and Lawton Mo vllle is about 18 miles east of Sioux City on highway 20 The sheriffs office reports that unknown persons put cornstalks under the bridge poured kerosene on the cornstalks and set fire to the bridge Section men put out the fire The bridge was not dam aged sufficiently to interfere with the running of trains The Orange City Farmers Co operative creamery of Orange City reported this morning that a truck carrying 1008 pounds of butter consigned to Armour and company in Sioux City was stopped by pick ets last night on highway No 75 near Jaines a small settlement a few miles north of Sioux City The truck driver said he was compelled to drive his truck off on a side road to a bridge crossing the Floyd river and there according to the drivers report the butter was dumped into the river To Support Strike LITCHFIELD Minn Nov 4 hundred Meeker county farmers voted to support the farm strike and sent a message to Presi dent Roosevelt today asking a ban on importation of all products com peting with those of the United States farmers They decided livestock shipments from the county should cease at once and that poultry cream and egg movements terminate Monday Pipestone county farmers decided o Join the strike starting at noon oday Peaceful picketingwas de cided on Truce Declared Over JfADISON Wis Nov 4 The farm strike truce declared by the Wisconsin holiday association several days ago was officially endT ed today by Arnold Gilberts state president of the association Gilberts urged holiday members throughout the state to resume withholding of all farm products from market but asked that their actions be peaceful and that law and order be maintained REFUSE TO LET PRESIDENT QUIT Grau San Martin Supporters Reject Resignation of Cuban Cabinet HAVANA Nov 4 tatives of all factions which origin ally hacked President Grau Sfm Vlartin today refused to accept his resignation and again ratified him as president After a night long session at the home of Sergio Carbos the group announced it not only had refused he presidents resignation but had not even considered the resignation of the cabinet When he went to the meeting at midnight Grau carried in his packet the resignation of his cabinet At the sama time it was made known that the student directory which has been a strong element In the presidents support had de cided at a separate meetingto dis solve itself and withdraw from the government Meanwhile in another meeting oppositionists decided to renew their demands that Carlos Mendieta nationalist leader attempt to form a new government This group also discussed De Ccspedes and agreed that he would he acceptable if Grau resigned Despite Mendietas persistent re fusal to accept the presidency If an agreement could e reached some circles believe he was still in the political picture CORN LOAN PLAN CHANGED AGAIN From Page u on the order for a 28 cents a bushel processing tax on corn to take ef fect tomorrow It appears that Instead a 5 or possibly 8 ccnta initial rate will be invoked to be stepped up later to around 20 cents at a tlma when the compensatory taxes on products that compete with the grain are ready to be imposed In the case of cotton the full amount of the processing tax was levied before the data had been as sembled on which to fix compensa tory taxes Cotton Interests Complain As a result no compensatory taxes on products that compete with cotton have been announced and cotton interests are complaining that they have been at a disad vantage since the cotton tax went into effect Aug 1 The administration wants to avoid this situation where the com tax la concerned and contends a small initial levy would impose no particular burden on the industry pending the collection of facts upon which to predicate the final corn levy as well as the compensatory taxes S NOT SAFE YET Faces Fight in Chamber on Program Wins First Confidence Test PARIS Nov 4 new gov ernment of Premier Albert Sarraut safely over Its first huddle with a vote of confidence today still faced a hard fight in the chamber of dep uties to push through its financial restoration program The 320 to 213 vote early this morning gave htm only a clear chamber majority of 12 More than 200 abstained from voting They wanted to await concrete proposals to balance the budget and protect the franc Promising to stake the life of his cabinet on his program M Sarraut declared in a burst of oratory un usual for him that he would present his detailed plan within a few dajs Briefly the program will con template a big public works pro gram general economies and a strong tariff defense with a preisr ential quota system It was upon a platform similar to this that the ministry of former Premier Edouard Daladier fell Touching on foreign policy in his appearance before the chamber M Sarraut said the stand In that di rection would remain unchanged OPEN DEFENSE IN HARTZELL TRIAL Final Witness for U S in Drake Estate Case Is Mr X SIOUX CITY Nov 4 government completed its evidence yesterday in the trial of Oscar H Hartzeil on mail fraud charges growing out of his attempts to claim the estate of Sir 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