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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 9, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE DECEMBER 9 MORE LOANS FOR IOWAS FARMERS Total in 83 Counties Out oi i 99 in State Passes 2 f Million Mark DES MOINES Dee 9 other half million dollars jingled in the pockets of Iowa farmers today as the administrations corn loan program forged ahead Operation to Enable Girl to Use Mouth Mother at Last Agrees to Allow Surgeons to Proceed MILWAUKEE Dec 9 17 year old girl who became e ward of the detention home is to have an totaled operation which will enable her to county warehousing boards report open her mouth The operation is to be performed ed The loans went to 726 farmers who sealed their corn in cribs and borrowed 45 cents a bushel from the commodity credit corporation The total to date loaned to farm ers in S3 out of Iowas 99 counties is Aa the golden hoard poured into the state merchants reported im proved sales and collections county officials told of increased tax pay ments particularly of back taxes and rural storekeepers said busi ness is picking up Some delay has been caused state officials said by shortage of sup plies and also incorrect filing of cotes and blanks However they de clared speedy steps are being taken to remedy both situations so that program may progress as rapidly us possible to the goal of 000 worth of loans dally CLAIMS TUGWELL MISUSING OFFICE Mead Would Probe Activities in Getting Support for Copeland Bill WASHINGTON Dec 8 inquiry into the activities of agri culture department officials in con nection with the Copeland food and drug bill was asked today by Rep resentative Mead D N Y in a letter to Chairman Rayburn of the house commerce committee Mead asserted Rexford G Tug well assistant secretary of agricul ture and other department officials who aided in preparingthe legisla tion were touring the country to stir up public opinion behind the measure He added the agriculture depart ment should be satisfied with sub mitting its proposals before house and senate committees and attacked what he termed the methods of bureaucrats in disseminating pro paganda through the intervention of juven ile Court Judge Edmund Gauswitz who was able to break down the re sistance of the girls mother who said she had been advised by her parish priest not to allow surgeons to proceed The mother today signed the nec essary waivers The father signed them yesterday but later he was attacked by his wife She pummeled him with a slipper cutting a long gash on his scalp The priest informed the court he had merely advised the mother not to sign papers she did not under stand If not cared for at once the girls jaws will become permanently lock ed physicians said She is suffering from a form of bone disintegration known as anhylosls Seeday at Local Churches THE GOLDEN TEXT Acts 24 I also exercise myself to have a con science void of offense toward God and men always BAPTIST school at a M Morn Ing worship At oclock Sermon sub ject Our Bible Vesper service at p m A service or song and pictures on the Good Shepherd The Shepherd Psalm National Geographic Magazine pictures In stereoptlcon slides will be uied The Ninety and Nine Illustrated with dUdes will be sung1 The choir will fling the anthem The of Love My Shepherd is OD Wed nesday W G Boylen executive secretary of laymens Baptist council of tne Northern Baptist convention will metl with men of the church and congregation Social and recreational hour at V M C A 3 p m Conference at Baptlit church 5 lo 6 p m supper at e p m dressed by several Evening men program ad mens work G MaryVPicKford Files Action for Divorce From Doug Fairbanks HOLLYWOOD Dec 0 that came to them in the May time of their film careers and blossomed Into a marriage that for years was regarded as Hollywoods perfect ro mance has found its end today for Mary Pickford and Douglas Fair banks in a brief but revealingdi vorce complaint In cold and concise legal phrase ology Miss Pickford known to mil lions of theatergoers as Americas Sweetheart wrote an unhappy finale yesterday to what had been considered as filmdoms most beau tiful love fltory Supporters of Holly wood often referred to Doug and Mary aa the answer to the ques tion Do Hollywood Marriages Endure Thirteen years ago the lovely Mary told friends she was bliss fully happy Once she said Fair banks was the one great love in her life but In her divorce com plaint she described him aa beln mentally cruel to her and indlffer ent SPAIN PUTS DOWN ANARCHIST RIOTS Continued From Pose 1 give out details of the revolution ary movement Give No Details The office of the director of pub lic safety said he knew only that Madrid was quiet and that he was unable to give details of the devel opments in the provinces Although communication with the Catalonlan regions was shattered it was reported troops were called in to action to suppress rebels who raised banners in various small towns Communications t likewise were cut throughout the Logrona region aud authorities found it impossible to verify reports that the situation there was growing worse and that open warfare was being extended to nearby towns A train was wrecked at Zuera hut officials were unable to i learn details Death List of Seven BARCELONA Dec 9 death list in last nights extremist riotings reached seven today with a delayed report of disorders in Hospltalet I Elsewhere in this area five were killed and 12 wounded in rlotings I Anarchists aud syndicalists rais ed a red and black flag In Santa Eulaia a suburb pf Barcelona bver the extremist headquarters and po lice battled to tear It down with principle address by W A W Caul minister St atreet and Van Buren ave nue southwest Morning worship at a m Preaching at 11 oclock Sunday school from to p in B Y P U at oclock Evening at oclock Preaching at 8 oclock The mission circle will meet at church Wednes day afternoon at oclock oificera meeting Tuesday evening at the church at 8 oclock rrayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 oclock Monthly business meet ing of tne church Friday evening at 8 oclock The pastor will 6peak Tioth morn ing and C Bethle pastor Mrs Ruby lloserr church clerk CATHOLIC St at 6 S and 10 am Benediction and rosary at p Rt Rev P S OConnor pastor the Rev Father Cassldy as a slant Holy street northwest Sunday masses at 7 and a The Rev R P Murphy the A J Bohrer assistant LehlRh Catholic every Sunday at a m Confession before mass Catechism 15 minutes alter The Rev John Canals CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church ol Chrlnt ington avenue and Third atreet northwest Sunday 11 a m Subject God the Preserver of Man Sunday school oclock Wednesday evening testimonial meeting p m Reading room east end of church Week days 11 a m to 5 p m CHURCH OF CHRIST mornings services at the Church of Christ are in charge of the Wom ens Missionary society and will be ad dressed by j A Dllllriger secretary of the Iowa Christian Missionary society Special organ numbers Include Ave Maria Schubert and The Shepherds Salome The choir will alng the anthem 0 Little Town of Bethlehem by Scott and the ladtes quartet will sing Send Thy Light The Matinee Muslcale will have a vesper program at 4 p m Christian Endeavor societies will meet at There will te no evening service COritmEGATIONAI Bible school wlttran orchestra re cital of 15 minutes fl 30 Church worship at with an organ selection by Mrs Enlers pr Dibble preach from the theme Why Did Jesue Come St Luke The chorus choir will have charge of the music and will give two se lections Trl C Club Boy Scouts Monday Womans Union Friday In luncheon at 1 L Dibble minister EPISCOPAL St Sunday in Advent 8 a m holy communion Special tousle Corporate communion of St Katharines Guild 9115 church school services with final sermon atory Bt Christopher Classes for Instruction 11 a m morning prayer ftnd sermon Special music prelude O Holy Night1 Adam of tertory Jesu Bambino PUtro Yon n aoprano nolo Bung by Madalynne Powell postlude Adeste Fldeles Lemare 5 p m Junior Altar Guild ipel of Our Lady young peoples CHURCH TO DROP ARYAN CLAUSE BERLIN Dec 3 Asso iated Press wag informed reliably oday that the Aryan of the main Issues in the nazi Ger man Christians present Protestant church be dropped from he new Evangelical church law With removal of restrictions on nonAryan members the long drawn out quarrel in the church generally is expected to be smoothed considerably The clause as applied to the church provided among other things that nonAryans could not hold church office In accordance with the recent or der of Relcbabishop Ludwig Muel ler the Rev Joachim Hossenfelder executive head of the nazi German Christians today announced disso lution of the movement as a church political fellowship evening prayer luncheon and program Monday S p m young raenu club party In place of regular meeting In tfce guild fcalV Tuesday p m boy scouts In RUtld hall Wednesday p m choir rehearsal In church Thursday 1 oclock luncheon nnd mooting of St Katherlncs guild at the home of Mrs A H Btecher 637 South Waahhigton Phjase note change In date and place of Rev Robert M Redenbaugh rector EVANGELIC At Sunday school morning ser vice for worship sermon by the Rev G S Bergeman Holy communion will be ob served junior Inlermedlftte and sen ior league evening service Wed nesday midweek prayer C Brunemeler minister LUTHERAN Fourth and Fifth streets on North Delaware 9 n m Graded Sunday school and Bible classes 10 a m English aervtce 11 a m German service It absence of the pastor the Rev William Woltcr will have charge of the 2 p m the Sunday school children will as semble to practice the Christmas program Monday evening the English church council I meets at the home of Fred Kramer Wed nesday afternoon the Willing Workers meet In the church reception room at Mrs Frd Groh entertaining Wednesday at 7 and Saturday morning at 9 confirmation Instruc tion Thursday evening at 7 Junior choir at 8 senior choir practice Friday evening the Sunday school teachers meet M the parson A Hlnz pastor State crosses Connecticut The Hev Walter H Karopen pastor Mrs Oscar C Sorleln pianist and choir director Emil C Martin church school superintend ent Sunday school with adult Bible classes a m Divine services H a m Sermon theme Two Horizons Prelude Adeste Fldeles Vllbac anthem Festival Te Diem Dudley Buck offertory O Rest In the Lord Mendelssohn postlude March Of The Magi Spulta Tuesday 8 p m The December meeting of Brother hood Wednesday 230 p m The Ladles Guild meets at the church Wednesday p m the confirmanta meet for Instruction Wednesday 8 p m choir rehearsal The ladies of the guild will serve a luncheon for the public nt the church on Wednesday from li to p m Fifth and Jersey south east Sunday school Morning worship at Eeennon Christs Return to Hit People Anthem Beefore Jehovahs Gra cious Maden Evening service at Luther league topic TwiceBorn Men Leader Cecelia Gustatson Special music fiunday school teachers and of 1 Leers Monday at 8 Board of trustees Tuesday ut Northeast division will meet Tuesday at 2 with Mrs Ben Murray 211 South Louisiana Brotherhood Thursday at 8 Dor cas Aid annual meeting Friday at Hostesses Mrs Nela Landgren Mrs Fritz Fjid ilw E R Clemens Choir Friday at Confirmation cJasa Saturday at Junior Mission Band Saturday at 1 with Helen and Hazel GustaKon 1G07 South T Erhoto pastor Our and Twentyfifth southwest Morning worship Sermon theme The Coming of Goda Kingdom Luke Offering for our church or ganist Sunday school 10 Confirmation class Saturday at 11 Sunbeam Workers Saturday at 0 UmeaB pastor St Sixth atreet southeast Graded Sunday school 9 a m Pearl Rohr Ella WolsnaJe aecrelegy and treasurer American services at 10 cclock Theme How Do We Wish to Meet thi Christ Child German services at 1 oclock Text I Kings ID 818 Bring Christmas money and building fund enve lopes Sunday and each communicant mem her Is to sign the 1934 pledge card Immed lately after the service The brotherhood meets Thuradas b p m with Guatav Ruhnkt serving The Lutheran Friendship society meetsFriday 8 p m with the Klnneye and the Kriegera serving Choti Friday p m sharp junior choir Sat urday oclock Confirmation class Monday Thursday and Saturday Order your 1934 Xalender or Almanac L L Christ mas party Tuesday 8 p m Anna Edward and Margaret Stephan and Anzonetta Tob alng will E G Mall pastor South Pennsylvania avenue Graded Sunday school and Bible classes R a m J I Wlk superintendent Dlvim serviced at oclock Prelude Mrs J 0 Gllbertson choir anthem How Beautt ful Upon tho Mountains Btalner sermon Prepare to Meet the Lord offertory organ and orchestra solo Selected lira Melvin Christian Junior Lulher league at p m Senior Luther league at C clock Evening service at oclock Sermon Jesus as the Prophet Sees Him Isaiah 11 15 Orchestra rneeta Monday at p m Adult class Monday at p m Senior choir Tuesday at p m and senior young peoples Luther league busi ness and Boclal meeting Wednesday at 8 p m The Forest Park circle will be enter tained by Mrs Gilbert Christian at 1206 Sixth street southwest Thursday at p m Mm Bernard Leath and Mrs Qulncle Myera will entertain the Grant circle Thurs day at p m at 823 Fourth mlceet soulhweBt Junior choir rehearsal Friday nt p m Tiia Bey Elmer Dahle mission ary among the Eskimos at Bchismaref Alaska will give lecluro Fri day at 8 p m confirmation class Saturday at 8 a m Girls class nt 9 oclock Seventh grade at oclock and sisth grade at 11 L N WIgdahl pastor North Delaware avenue Adutt Bible class at a m Morning service with supper at 9 oclock Graded Sunday school and Bible classes at oclock David Olson superintendenl Junior league at p m Childrens dlvl slon nt 3 oclock Senior league at 7 oclock Song service nt oclock Ladles Friday at 2 p m L tK R Friday after school Sunbeams Saturday at 2 p m S M Hendrlcksons 1625 North Waahlngton avenue Teachers training class Thursday at 7 p m at E L 1625 North Pennsylvania avenue followed by S fl teachers meeting at oclock Mia lannah Schonhood will meet with the con Ennatlon clasa after school Thursday at A Tuttles 1511 North Jefferson ave nue Saturday at 9 a m at H A Dahi troms 1621 North Delaware O L N Wlgdahl pastor METHODIST street and Washington ave lue northwest a ra church school riens class In courthouse Young meii in Sad mar Queen Esthers In P G anil E All others n church oclock Junior church oclock morning ivorahip Ser mon theme The Margins of Life Spe cial muatc A Mttody Floyd fit Clair It Came Upon the Midnight Clear SpeaksDeLs Christmas enrol from Lapland idd by DEcklneon March Fryalngei p m vespers for youth Ralph S tan nery will talk on Personality oclock Sunday night forum Dr C It Messer will study of the early church history taking up the story of the church In Jeru salem and Antloch Tlic young mens quartet will sing oclock evening services Special music A Bohemian Carol Beth lehem Bartlett Postlude Relss The pastor will Epeak on Gods Bow In the Cloud Chorus H Spence pastor Sixth atreet southwest Sun day school at 10 a m Worship nour at 11 oclock Young peoples cervices nt m Mra Etta Helnold leader The Su preme Offering to Christ baaed on the test found In 11 Chron will be the subject presented at 8 oclock MenB prayer meeting Monday evening at the Oscar Heln old home Teacher training class Tuesda evening at the parsonage Womens Mission ary meeting at a m Wednesday Church prayer meeting Thursday evening at oclock Joe Cerney will have charge The Chrlattnaa program THI be held Sat urday Dec 23 at p W Schmidt minister BlbH Sunday will observed wlUi an appropriate message and music In the worship service at li a m The theme vrlll be Jesus the Light of the The chorus choir will sing Mrs G L Wallace will play the prelude of lertory and poatlude numbers The church school meets at a m C K KInncy superintendent Young peoples service at p m Tha evening eervlce at 7 30 will be in further observance of Universal Bible Sunday Every one Is requested to bring his Bible and read or repeat there from his favorite portion of scripture The pastor will firing a brlel message on the thetnt Everybodys Text If you have a very old copy of the Bible bring it to the service The mens chorua will olng and appropriate songs will be used in thq con gregational singing Choir practice for the cantata The Heavenly Message Wed nesday evening sharp I O O F 2 p m Sunday school 3 p m Church service ET Slate and Hock Glenn At a m German st 20 Sunday school and at 11 English fiervlcr 3r J Arthur Young imperlntendsnt of the Waterloo dis trict Is with us and will trlnp us a mes sage The Epworlh league meets at p m Th prayer meeting Wednesday eve ning at oclock Is at WUy Elahopi GH Kobler pastor GOLD UNCHANGED FOR EIGHTH DAY Roosevelt Urged to Promise Dollar Stabilization on Gold Basis WASHINGTON Dec 8 administrations offer for all gold newly mined in the United States was an ounce today for the eighth successive time It represented continuation of the same price level two days longer than any previous figure has been maintained Londons price for bar gold was 53261 on the basis of sterlings both opening and closing at 515 to the pound As the same RFC quotation was repeated the treasury estimated that money in circulation in the Uni ted States Nov 30 was 574077S 218 as compared with a month ago and a year ago On the basis of an estimated pop ulation of 126056000 the November circulation averaged 54554 per cap ita as compared with in Oc tober and 4511 in November a year ago Urge Dollar Stabilization NEW YORK Dec 9 dent Roosevelt had today a recom mendation from the National Asso elation of Manufacturers that hi stabilize the dollar on a gold baeis aa soon as he sees fit and that he give definite assurance this stabill zation will take place even though the gold content of the dollar be modified This recommendation was con tained In a resolution adopted b the association last night which said it recognizes that the wise adjust ment of the monetary standard of the United States to the changed economic conditions is one of the vital factors of the presidents re covery program IN DAYS NEWS James A la Rue fugitive from a live year sen tence on a Florida chain was held temporarily in the of a Chicago court af ter Gov Henry Homer of Illi nois had ordered his extradl ditloii Associated Press TWO LOSE LIVES READY TO TAKE UP TAX REVISION CVmtlntied tTum rage 3 petitioning for construction of mem orial buildings and monuments Another bill passed by the senate would extend for a month the time for filing storage affidavits on cars The senate also approved a bill by Senator Hill permitting rebate of the moneys and credit tax on notes obtained by real estate men when the holder also has to pay the tax on the land 4 Legalizing Acts Use of 51500 by the town coun cil of Guttenberg for facilities for button factory work for the unem Another resolution relating to the legalized under an other of the Mis passed without op NRA which was adopted unani mously praised President Roose velts decisive leadership in meet ing the most serious economic crisis in our history ave nue and Nt nth street northeast Everyone la asked to bring lie Bible Sunday The success of theaer riccs depends on this a m Sunday jchooi 31 oclock morning worship Two Christmas by the choir and two num bers by Ruth Slovene The and Postlude Heller The preaches on the theme The In raUed At p m the forum las a book review by corrina Kldder whie he seniors are having a Christmas program At oclocK the Chrlatmas carola vrlll sung Those vlAilaff Instruments have been invited to aid In the leading of the singing A brief message hy the pastor Tuesday and Wednesday SUES p m Dick CMrlstmaii carol will DB presented by the Presbyterian Thursday P TO the Stowaways Friday p m the Missionary iociety Mlas Xydla Beck K DavIeJ minister Enat a mr church school Bud Conlon superintendent MIS CELLAN ECUS Church of the West State street Sunday school at ft m Mrs Robert Wyborny superintendent Childrens church at oclock Preaching service fit 11 oclock with the Rev Cnauncey Mer preaching Young peoples meeting at p m Helen Merwln leader EvanRC Hatlc service at oclock Mra Nellie Enoch preaching Prayer meeting Wednes day eveningat the tabernacle Friday night cottage prayer meeting Albert Grcena 711 South Federal H Enoch pastor Goodwill North Monroe avenue Sunday school at 2 p m Prenchlng at 3 and S clock by the evangelist the Rev W Curry Mavlj He will also speak at young meeting at Ida 0 minister FRENCH CABINET WINS IN CHAMBER Shows Surprising Strength in 403 to 63 Pledge of Confidence PARIS Dec 9 e cabinet OLD TIME DANCE Saturday Night December 9th at the DENISON CLUB On the North Road to Clear Lake I STANDARD OIL PERMIT REFUSED Board of Adjustment Turns Down Appeal for Permit to Erect Station The Standard Oil company appli cation for a permit to erect a gaso line filling station at South Fed eral avenue and Second atreet was rejected by the toar3 adjustment according to a decision reached by that body to be flied at the city clerks office Monday Jlier Wolf voluntarily withdrew from the board In consideration of the matter Inasmuch as objection had been raised to his qualifications on the grounds that he haci been active in the movement opposing the granting of the permit With Mr Wolf not sitting it re quired the unanimous vote of the three remaining members In favor IN THE RADIO WORLD of deviating from the ordinance In order to grant the permit These three were S M Hoyt L S Thomp son and F G Duffleld who acted as chairman Lester Dibble city so licitor acted aa legal advisor for the board SATURDAY DEC D Ctnrrai wwntnra Time to ney ftcd baalc cbaina or groups thereof unleaa apcclfietl coast to coast c to e designation includes all avaJLablfl atatlona Pro trams labject Co change F M OTGTWOHK Eaiti weaf win wfici wtlo wjftl wtag wean wn wilt wnit wrc wgy when wcaa wiam wvr waai aildwotr wmaq well Had woewho wow wdat NORTHWEST A wttni ustp webc wday kiyr crct cfff wptf wwno wJa wjaj wfla waun wiod wsm WDQD wsb wapi widi womb Kvoo wky wtaa wbap kpis woal ktba ktha kdyi kslr kghU PACIFIC xn kgw Homo nbq kfffd ktat mru Alllanw Talk C Nugent Comedian DavJa And Orchestra Days Serial Show only Peart to c Relsmins Orchestra A Rolres to c for Byrd to c CBSWABd rtrmYOBK wabc wade woko VTCAO wub MUSIC BY Cards Orchestra PUBLIC 20c PER PERSON Big Carnival Dance Saturday Night Dec 9 Avalon Inn Manly Iowa Ladies 25c Gents 40c ALSO GRAND OPENING OF THE NEW DINING MISS THIS BLUE SHIRTS WILL GARRY ON DUBLIN Dec 9 Young Ireland association blue ahirts and all clung firmly today to its de cision to carry on despite an official government ban The association junior branch of the united Ireland party opposing President Eamon D Valera and his followers wag declared Illegal yes terday Members interpreted the ruling as against their blue shirts too but the party and the association joined promptly in announcing they would continue to work for the fulfillment of their aims The blue shirt has become a dis tinguishing mark for the estimated 30000 followers of General Doln ODuffy wgr wkbw wkro wtut cklo wdvo wcau wjp wjaa nean wfbl wand Wjsv Midwest wbbm wgn wibm kmbo Kmox wowo whaa EAST A Wflp wlbw wbce wora wice cfrb cJtac wsfa wbro wqaro wdod fcira wrcc wiao wdau vrtoc krld wrr Ktrb waco Koma wdbo wodx wbt wblg wtar wdbj wwva wmbg wsja wgl wmt wmbd wtaq wtsn wlbw kfh kfab wKbn wcco wabt Kii Uotl kaf koln itgb kfro Hoi tfpj fcvi kfhk km ttwg kern kdb kEtnb Edrlle Jack Arm repeat 7 Tito Oulrar Mexican to c K W Wile to c Denny Smith Or Oordon Clyde Lucu and Everett Yeaar Skit Piano coaet Simons Orchestra coaH Male lo c Band to c to c Leaders In Action coast Oray coast Lyman coast Arnheim to c only JtBCWJZ NETWORK wozwTjia wbai KdkB wgar wjr wlw wsyr wnaal MJdivesl ffcuy kyw wecr wui Irak Uwcr tcoll wrco kao SOUTHWEST A webc wday kfvr crct cfcf wplf wwno Wfla wsun wiod wam wmc wapJ wsmb KVOO wky wraa wuap kprc woai lana kdjri kgir xshi PACIFIC kfl ksw Homo RhQ nfsd ktar Small Banff Hecltal 5 WlUlama Orphan repeat Herrlck Barllone Romantlquc Vocal Irish Mlnatreli In New Deal J3e Announced 8 from Chicago Tales of the Titans Cuckoos from Kuku Barn Childs Orchestra Scotti nnd Orchestra SlTNDAV IEC 10 NBOWEAF NETWORK MORNING chain Unle Chorus Cloister Bells sacred Alden Edklns Eaaao Radio I c Marfmba Band and Omen Pianists coaat Morning Home Circle U of C Hound Table AFTERNOON Symphonic Choir Carnegie Lecturer coaat B Kennedys Talk of Melody Orchestra coait fee annnounced to coaat and coast coast CBSWADC NETWORK MORNING from the Organ Artists Recital Of Radio Junior Bugle Church of the coast and Buckaroos Alley only Mar lon Carley only Arnold and coait Choir and coast wane out first 30 mln on coast AFTERNOON of the to CDftJt Dan Minstrels Man Morgan and Orchestra Lymans Orch Y coast BCWJZ NETWORK MORNING in White NBC Childrens Hour of the Southland Serenade Orchestra Mualcal StrlnRs Don Hall Rose City coast AFTERNOON to coast BRxX Ranch Guards Band Internationa Tld Qarber coAat coast In Eiders HArmony Concert to c SUNDAY nrc 10 NRCWEAK KKnVORft of Romance of Science Picture Time Ilay to coaai of Premier Camille Chautemps in a surprising show of strength in the face of attacks from many sides won an overwhelming vote of con fidence in the chamber of deputies today The count Was 403 to 63 The vote came on the vital meas ure of the governments program to balance the budget and protect the French franc that calling for reducing the pay of functionaries Despite the apparently sweeping victory however the government still faced many dangerous traps in its progress toward passage of the cabinets program measures M Chautemps seized a favorable moment for the vote after he had made a stirring appeal to the pa triotism of the deputies in the pres ence of what he termed a grave situation abroad referring to Chancellor Hitler of Germany and the menace to our finances The large vote generally was at tributed to the political aspects in volved instead of to a real senti ment of approval of cabinet policy American Schools lo const Musical Comedy Revue eaat Fur Trapperfl weaf only Wendell Halls Program Eddie Cantor Show to const Merry Go Round also cORSt Fftmtllar Music coast to coast Jack Benny show to const Orchestral Gems coast to coast Minneapolis symphony Ted Black and Orchestra Roses and Drums Drama CnimUBanderfion Songs Songs My Mother east Around the Console Dixie EmlllnK Ed basic Mary ManlnE DLsle SMTi H V Kallenbom also coast Ethel Waters Act Brt gode Orchestra Dixie Syncopated Sermons to coast Rirt Tin basic Between the Eooicenda weflt The Dramatic to coast AnRelo Patrl Dramas also coast The Kibitzers Dixie JfefstflrslnKers to Dixie Conclave of to coast Tjimbardo Orchestra also const Ed Ducliln c to c r Busse c to c BrlRAle c to c rmcwjz NETWORK National c to c Grand Hotel to coast Sunday Evening Muslcnle Ooiilii and Shelter Pianos Engineering Thrills Skit V Orcli to coast loe Penner e to c NBCJ Symphony Concert George M Cohan and Orcliesya Walter basic Novellers Quartet basic Green Brothers Novelty Orchestra John Fogarty Tenor Ennlo Boloenlnl Cellist Paul Whiteman Orchestra Budy Valle Orch Carlos Molina Orchestra position The house passed four legalizing acts and one measure affecting mo tor vehicle registration Represen tative Johnson of Linn opposed a bill of Representative Crouch of Greene legalizing the proceedings minor measures In the election at Grand Junction for the question of establishing a municipal light plant and in the proceedings of the city council The supreme court had held that the council actions did not conform to the laws requirements Crouch was successful in his fight 79 to 13 Cut Motor Fees A bill reducing registration fees of motorvehicles was passed 95 to 0 Sponsored by the house motor ve hicle committee it reduces the min imum registration fee from to allows a 1 registration fee for old cars used for exhibition pur poses and automatically reduces registration fees aa follows After tee 3 times registration 75 per cent of the rate when new after 4 times 50 per cent after 5 times 25 per cent and after 6 times the part of the li cense based on the cars value would be eliminated It also provides for a refund on any 1934 registrations made prior to the act The bill now goes to the senate Other Bills Passed Other measures passed were By Representative Paisley of Lee le galizing the transfer of from the Lee county insane fund to the county poor fund for the years 1928 to 1932 inclusive By RepreaenT tative Smith of Cherokee making permanent temporary transfer of 525000 from the maintenance fund to the poor fund of Cherokee coun ty by Representative Strachen of Humboldt making permanent the temporary transfer of from the bovine tuberculosis eradication fund to the poor fund of Humboldt county AcOon was deferred on the Grau measure which would make both the contestant and incumbent in election contests liable for costs The house committee on emergen cy legislation introduced a bill pro viding that any lien on chattel mortgages pledged as additional se curity to realty mortgages shall not become effective until foreclosure of the realtv mortgage is started Urges CpOperation The house labor committee intro duced a bill permitting Iowa to co operate with the national reem ployment service which would make the state department of labor an agency under the federal Bureau of Labor The bill carries an appropri ation of for working out a reemployment program The house adjourned until 10 a m Monday Meansvhile a review of weeks activities showed that pro gress was made on various subjects with the house accounting for most of the outstanding developments McCormicks Country Home in England Destroyed by Flames WH1TCHURCH Hampshire Eng land Dec 9 house guests of Mr and Mrs L J McCormick of the prominent Chicago family were killed by a fire which de stroyed The Herony the Mc Cormicks country home early to day The dead are the Duke de la Tre moille French cavalry officer and Capt J H B Rodney of London the husband of the former Prances Strickland Lovell daughter of R P Oldham of Seattle Wash Mrs Rodney was injured by a 20 foot jump to escape the flames At the Royal Hampshire hospital Win chester to which both she and her husband were taken and where the captain died it was stated she was in a very serious condition Forced to Jump Hemmed in by the flames the Rodneys were forced to jump from the bedroom window Captain Rod ney smashed it with his fists and assisted his wife to make the first leap She landed In the flower bed in juring her back Her husband fol lowed as soon as she had moved away The captains arms were badly cut by the broken glass and his hands were nearly severed when he was picked up He died soon after reaching the hospital Mr and Mrs McCormick all the other guests except the duke and oil the servants escaped in theit night clothes First Awakened She was the first to be awakened by the smoke and crackling fire She aroused Mr McCormick and together they shouted warnings to everyone in the rooms above Mrs McCormick dashed across the lawn and aroused the chauffeur in an adjoining building He gatlir ered together all the other helpers he could find but the blaze blocked their attempts to reach the dukes bedroom Police later found his body as they searched the ruins while the senate was disposing of Amendment Is Ratified Iowa ratification of the federal child labor amendment was com pleted when the house added its ap proval to the measure sponsored by the states two women legislators Senator Carolyn Fenaray and Rep resentative Ada Garner of Shell Rock Both houses adopted a resolution to memorialize the president and secretary of agriculture for the fed eral licensing of meat packers and a bill to require the rect buyers of livestock moved toward house consideration when it was favorably reported by commH The house adopted a resolution for a memorial In favor of with drawal of land from production through federal purchase and for inflation It also voted to cohtinue its gasoline tax refund Investiga ting committee and passed a res olution for an investigation of the insurance department Sealing Fees Reduced Senate passage was accorded the bill to authorize the adoption of a refunding program for the 000500 outstanding in primary V highway bonds and both branches the same day passed a bill to reij duce the sealing fees for warehous ing corn Tax revision legislation proiv gressed toward consideration the i senate tax committee reporting v S F 1 the interim tax bill for pas ji sage and the senate voting to make f J consideration a special order of jj business for Monday morning Tax j i hearings also were held in the house i Liquor control committees conjJ tinned work and it was anticipated i that they would have a bill ready Jj for Introduction next week J Jt y Moratorium Is Automatic By a vote of 86 to 0 the house ft late yesterday passed the bi3 for an automatic moratorium on real Ai estate mortgage foreclosures untilM f ifarch 1 1D35 which would put effect one of the recommendations fr of Governor Herring ft Sponsored by Mcr Kinnon Fuester Alesch and stra the bill which now goea over rj I to the senate for consideration fji makes the moratorium automatic i j by making it unnecessary for a fendant in a foreclosure action reply in court until the date set In case undue waste of the gaged premises is shown however the court might compel the defend ant to answer prior to March 1 1935 On application of either party the court is required to direct the appointment of an arbitration com mittee RADIO TUBES TESTED FREE AT OUR STORE OKUNOW SUPER SERVICE The first real advances In elec tric refrigeration for tho home VANCE MUSIC CO EVERYTHING IN STOSIC 12t North Federal Phone 708 EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS are being held nightly except Saturday at 8 P M ftt the corner at 4th Street and North Federal Downstairs Would you Jike to know your sins 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