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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 13, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE CONFESSION TO CAUSE DEBATE Wynekoop Defense Plans to Attack Document When Trial Starts CHICAGO Jan 13 much publicized confession Dr Alice Wynekoop made after the death on an operating table of her pretty daughterinlaw Rheta ia to become the first major point of controversy in her trial in criminal court for murder This became apparent with the announcement by attorneys for the defense that they would pre sent a motion to suppress the confession when the murder trial Js resumed on Monday We will charge that the state ment was obtained by duress and as auch is iiot legally admissible Attorneys Milton D Smith and W W Smith said yesterday after the jury which is to decide Dr Wyne fate had been selected The attorneys contend that dur ess to law does not necessarily mean brutality but includes inten sive questioning and say they are prepared to argue that the state ment Dr Wynekoop made to the police was not signed until after she had ieen questioned continu ously for 24 hours In the statement Dr Wynekoop said Rheta had died of an overdose ol chloroform and that she then fired a bullet into her body to give the Impression that the young wo mans death had been caused by an intruder Later she repudiated the statement In its entirety 45 Training Schools on CornHog Program Held in State Being AMES Jan county training schools at which the de tails of the cornhog contract and its interpretations are being ex plained to county and local leaders are being held In Iowa this week The combined forces of the Iowa representatives of the United States department of agriculture the ex tension service and county agents and the state cornhog committee representatives are conducting the schools Next week county leaders will go Into communities to relay information to all farmers FARM BUREAU TAX MEASURE IS URGED Continued From Page 1 creating an employers indemnity association to insure injured work men their proper payment allot ments under the workmens com pensation act The senate voted 34 to 5 to with draw from committee the house bill to reduce motor vehicle reglster ation fees The measure was placed on the calendar but will not be brought up for consideration for at least a week under present plans The motion of Senator Mullaney of Waukou to take the bill from committee was opposed by several senators including Frank By era of Linn who counseled that the senate wait until the house had acted fin ally on the bill for the refinancing of the primary road bond indebted ness Seduce License Fee Under the house measure the minimum license fee would be re duced from 10 to and then fee ror reregistration of cars cut ma terially Mullaney said that legislators were receiving inquiries from coun y treasurers as to the status of the bill and that the senates de ay was causing confusion It also vas asserted that many car owners were postponing payment of fees or this reason Senator Mullaney agreed to wait a reasonable time before calling the bill up for consideration The call of the senate which was filed late yesterday by 14 members was disregarded when the absentees vere excused on motion of Sena or E J Wenner of Black Hawk Senators absent included Aschen rehner Fralley Harrington Pat terson Ritchie and Topping Pass Minor Bills The upper house before adjourn ing at noon also passed several minor bills including legalizing and claims committee measures The senate also passed 38 to 0 the house bill eliminating the five per cent commission limitation which may be charged by employ ment agencies furnishing employ ment to persons engaged in those rofessions which require a state icense or registration fee JJnder its provisions employment agencies must file copies of con tracts with the state labor com missioner and may charge but a dvance fee IN THE RADIO WORLD SATURDAY 13 Central si an cr nra Time Note All pro gram i to Key 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Orfcan Recital SIstera Harmony Princess Fats Pageant EVENING MSCWAF NETWORK Drama of Dreams basjc The Romance of Science Talktt Picture Time Play catholic c to c American Schools to c Human Relations Court U S INCOME TAX PROBE IS LIKELY Study of Airmail Group to Include Lindbergh and Many Others WASHINGTON Jan 13 income tax study touching Col Charles A Lindbergh and a host of other past and present names in the airmail field today was revealed as going forward under the direc tion of a senate commiteee Members of the senate airmail in vestigating committee who already have caused one sensation in the capital this week disclosed they had ordered income tax checkups also on Walter F Brown former postmaster general others in his administration and Herbert Hoover Jr son of the former president Scnfl 200 Questionnaires Investigators explained they had sent out about 200 questionnaires to men prominentin companies carrying airmail and those who took part in making contracts for this work during the last adminis tration As the information requested came back to the committee they said the treasury was asked to check the income tax reports of the men concerned Senators have been studying this information in search for any contrary statements One committee investigator indi cated to newsmen that Lindberghs tax report was one of the most re cent requested since only in the last few days did the questionnaire sent him return Report Requested A report on the former post master general was said to have been requested two weeks ago prior to testimony before the com mittee by one of his former stenog raphers that part oC his official and personal files had been burned just before last March 4 Senator Black chairman of the committee has indicated Brown might be called to the stand after next week There have been indica tions that Herbert Hoover Jr also might be called Lindbergh has ex pressed a willingness to appear should any testimony be desired from him May All Appear The committee chairman said it was possible that everyone who knows anything about airmail con tracts might be asked to appear Committee investigators made plain that the wide income tax in vestigation did not of itself indicate that any section would be taken but all those who might be con cerned in the committees work were being looked up ie Cantor to Merry Go also c Familiar c to c Jaclt Benny to c The Hall o nlso c Frances Lnngford gongs Minneapolis Symphony Carlos Molinas Orch CBSWAIIO NETTTOUK Hoses and Drums Drama CrumllSanderson Songs Songs My Mother east Around tho Smiling Ed McConnell Charles Carule Tenor to c Ethel east Ace Brt Kote Orch Dixie H V also c Kin Tin basic Dixie mldweit Shllkret concert Dramatic Guild c to e SevenStar to c Elaie of c J Little c Belasco c Busae to c Lopez e KBCWilZ to c Hotel c Symphony Hour Weemi to e Penner to c nogera nnd and ShcCttr Planoi Cartel Baritone Fogarty Tenor fiolot Ennlo Bblopnlnl Celllat nogera Orch Rudy VaUee Orch Black and Orcb CABINET STILL NOT QUITE SAFE French Government Wins 2 Tests in Chamber on Bond Scandal PARIS Jan 13 two victories wrung from the chamber of deputies over the Bayonne pawn shop bond scandal the Chautemps government was still on uncertain footing today obviously shaken by the washing of so much dirty linen in public Premier Camille Chautemps scored a personal triumph in two smashing votes of confidence leav ing the Investigation of the 540000 000 financial fiasco entirely in the hands of the cabinet But parliamentary lobbies were inclined to doubt whether he can succeed again in welding a major ity to support him across the form idable hurdles awaiting the govern ment in the near future The cabinets insecure footing lay chiefly In the gigantic budget task before it Order Is Issued for Release of Son 6 of Nila Cram Cook CALCUTTA Jan 13 order was Issued today for the re lease of the 6 year old son of Nila Cram Cook from the custody of a guardian appointed by Mahatma Gandhi The warrant addressed to the chief of police at Ahmedabad where the boy is attending Gandhis school asks that he be sent to his mother here It i8 understood that when the child arrives the two will be sent to America Miss Cook without funds after deserting the life of a convert in Gandhis seminary is now sheltered In a government vagrant home Daughter of the late George Cram Cook the poet she has been using her maiden name since leaving her Greek husband Mitchell Garner Bruce on Committee DES MOINES Jan 13 Appointment of Representatives Mitchell Garner and Bruce to a joint housesenate committee to draft legislation for emergency re lief wa sannounced by Sneaker Miller today Woman Killed When Auto Tire Blows Out BAXTER SPRINGS Kans Jan 13 Harold J Beskln Chicago was killed early today when a tire on a car in which she wag riding blew out causing the vehicle to overturn Into n ditch five south of here in Oklahoma JANUARY 13 1934 Rheumatism Keeps Kaiser From Doing His Woodchopping DOORN THH NETHERLANDS Jan 13 attack of rheuma tism in the legs has compelled for mer Kaiser Wilhelm n of Ger many to forego his favorite out door exercise of woodchopplng Although confined within his residence the former ruler who is approaching his seventyfifth birthday remains otherwise in good health He keeps close watch on politi cal developments in Germany re fusing however to comment on them PUT HITLERITES OUT OF OFFICES Austrian Governmet Drive on Nazi Terrorists in Background VIENNA Jan 13 Aus trian governments ruthless cam paign against nazi terrorists was crowded into the background today by a drive to oust nazis from gov ernment ranks Leaders aimed particularly at nazis in key positions in the civil service and Influential posts in the fascist heimwehr or homeguard By arresting a heimwehr chief tain Count Johann Albert In the act of negotiating secretly with the uazi leader Alfred E Fraunfield vice Chancellor Emil Fey yesterday started a shakeup designed to draw a clear line between proDoilfuss heimwehrmen and those inclined to compromise with the nazis The cabinet last night appointed a new of duty it will be to purge the government service of uazis no matter how high their no sitions Howell Heads Security Savings at Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE Jan cers and directors of the Security Savings bank were reelected as follows President J H Howell vice president Dr T J OToole cashier O G Tlhr assistant T G Thompson bookkeepers Helen Mitchell and Alice OToole Direc tors are George H Lewis Dr T J OToole C M Spangler J H How ell H W Barnes J W Orcutt and O K Uhr IN DAYS NEWS Dr George T Harding broth er of the late President Warren Harding was stricken with a heart attack at his Worthlng ton Ohio home Associated Press Photo NEW MONETARY MOVE EXPECTED Continued From Ynfe 1 that any of us need fear that where he has been right so often he is likely to go wrong in this particu lar field Congress Grits Praise Farley praised congress for its cooperation with the president in lost years special session and ex pressed confidence that the present session would be as helpful He prophesied defeat in the next elections of crusted old guards men and who still talk and think in archaic and worn out terms and can do nothing but quibble and grumble in dull partisanship and creak their an cient party opposition to whatever is being offered The tuatara is a reptile of New Zealand which looks like a large stout lizard but whose structure shows it to be the sole surviving representative of a primitive group CONCERNED WITH SPENDING PLANS U S Chamber of Commerce Not As Interested in Money Raising WASHINGTON Jan 13 The United States Chamber of Com merce said today it was moat con cerned not so much with Presi dent Roosevelts plan to raise 000000000 in the next six months but rather in the spending of this sum The chamber In Us fortnightly review of national business affairs conceded it would be difficult to guage the effect of raising 50000 000000 of new money and 000000 for refinancing before July 1 but indicated It would result in a higher bond rate It added Looking at the question from all nngles it becomes clear that the most important problem ahead of ua ia not raising the money but in so spending it as to restart the capital goods industries so that those now living off the govern ment can be returned to normal em ployment In business enterprise If the presidents plan reaches his goal of a balanced budget in the 1936 fiscal year the Chamber said the governments fiscal situation need not create But it added that If such huge expendi tures should be permitted to con tinue for long the outlook would be ominous James Skilien Former Greene Resident Dies GREENE Jan was received here by relatives that James Skilien of Mukwonago Wis died at his home there after an ill ness of but one week He is a broth er of Robert Skillen who lives on a farm five miles west of Greene Besides his brother he is survived by other relatives in Greene and Marble Rock Funeral services will be held Monday Mr Skilien was a former resident of Greene born on a farm west of town Charles Cltynn Speaker ROCKFORD Jan Ethel Waller Charles City was the guest speaker at the January meet ingof the Rockford Womans club held at the home of Mrs Maye Leigh Thursday evening reviewing the book Storm Over Asia THE GOLDEN TEXT Heb 2 17 It behooved him in to his brethren all things to be made like un Sunday school at Worship at Guest speaker Dr Mohnn V Raj A native o Bambayf India Educated as an RgrlculturaHet In America Ilia message will be Are Foreign Missions Doing Good in India Vespers at S p m Subject ills cussed by Ilia pastor Moral Risks In a Gospel uf Ixive B Y P U at Group prayer meetings wfir begin next Wednesday A W Caul minister St John West Sixth street between Jack son and Van Buren Morning worship at Prenchlnp at 11 oclock Sunday school from to H30 Clnases lor all ages B Y P U at Evening worship at p m Preaching nt B oclock Pub lic Invited to attend Midweek meetings Deacons and trustees will meet in joint ses sion Tuesday evening nt 3 oclock Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at the church Regular monthly buameas meeting Friday night at 8 p m J C Bothls pastor Mrs uby Macer clerX CATHOLIC St Josrph Masses at e 8 and 10 a m Benediction and rosary at 1 p m The Rt Rev P S OConnor pastor the Rev Father assistant Holy Family Second street northwest Sunday masses at 7 and a m The Rev R P Murphy the Rev A J Bohrer assistant Cnllmllp Chanel Service every Sunday at 8 30 a m Confession fcu fore mass Catechism 15 minutes after The Rev John Cannls CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Vint Church of Chrint Scientist Ington anrl Third street northwest Sunday services u a m Subject Sflcrflment Sunday school a m Wednesday eve ning testimonial meeting p m Read Ing room cast end of church Week days 11 A m to A p w CITUIICH OF CHRIST First Blhle school fl 30 n m W S Koliman superintendent General assembly oclock Mornlnp worship 10H5 oclock Choir directed by Albert Church O That Will Not Let Me Go W BerwrUd Sermon toy pastor He Went Sadly Away From Christ Christian endeavor junior society 4 p m Clyde Sceley superintend cnt Intermediate and senior oclock onlnc worship oclock Sermon Thr o Kingdoms Evening worships are held In the Junior room Entrance 15 made from the south of the church CONfiltE G A TZON A I Bible school a m This ses sion will open with a ghort orchestra re cital Worship will open with an organ se lection followed by the processional hvmn Or Dibble preach from the theme Reality of God Trl C cluh wH meet at p m Boy Scouts Monday evening 7 oclock Womans union Frldny In luncheon at 1 p William L nibble minister EPISCOPAL St Johns The second Sunday after Epiphany 8 Q m Holy communion OMT octock childrens service church Kcliool ses for Instruction Jl oclock momini prayer and eermon SpecJnl music prelude KammenolOstrow Rubens teln iteioiiy in F Rubinstein offertory nnthem by the chotr The Heavens Are Telling postlutle Postlude Dubols p m young peoples fellowship evening prayer luncheon nnd address by 0r s S We sly Monday p m annual parish dlnnei and meeting in the Rulld hall Election of vestry for 1034 nnd annual reports Tuea rtojr p m at Johns Boy Scout troop In KuUrt hall Wednesday p m organi zation of boys choir in parish hall under the direction of Miss TCIlen Smith Wcdnea day p m choir rehearsal In the church Thursday p m dinner dance In the guild hall under the auspices of The Decker club Friday St Johnn guild wilt hold a i oclock luncheon at the home of Mrs J J Jost Sixth street north The Rev Robert M Redenbaugh rector 1400 North Adams avenue 10 a m Sunday school 11 oclock morning ser vice for worship p m Junior Intermed iate and young peoples league oclock evening service oclock Wednesday mid week prayer service p m Thursday Aid meeting In the church parlors II C Bninerneler minister TlJ Til EUAN 0 e Ihlr htm Bttw c en Fou r 111 and Filth streets on North Delaware avenue fl a m Kraderf Sunday school and Bible classes 10 a m English service 11 n m German service The pnilor win speak on The First Church Officers according to 8 16 During these services the newly elected of ficers Tvin be Inducted into their respective offices Monday evening at 7 the nduit class meets at the parsonape Tuesday evening the English church board meets at tue home of Bernard ITulkc 220 Third street north west Timrartay evening at Sntur Uay morning ut 9 confirmation Instruction Thursday evening at the Waltner tongue meeting with the plrla of the league enter talnfng Friday evening nt the Sunday school teachers meet at the parsonage State crosses Connecticut The Rev waiter u Kampen pastor MM Oircar C Sorlcln pianist nnd choir director David K Lumiberg church school superin tendent Sunday school with adult Bible classes a m Divine worship n n m Sermon theme Thi Labourers Regard Prelude Handel anlnem The Lord RdgneLh Fearlsl offertory posliutle Corona tion March Meyerbear Wednesday 430 p mt conflnnanls Wednesday S P ra choir Fifth and Jersey south east Sunday school at Worship nt Sermon The Glory of Jesus IIallow ing Our Joys and Transforming Our Llvts Anthem by the choir No evening service The pastor and lay relegate will attend dis trict meetingat Fort Dodge Sunday evening and Monftny Northeast division Thursday at 2 with Mrs p D Guatniaan 324 Fif teenth street southeast Choir Friday at Junior Mission hand Saturday at 1 with Mrs Anna Frederlcltson 618 South Wnsnlnfiton ConfJrjnatlon class Saturdny at T Krholm pastor Our Jefferson and Twen lyftfth fiouihwcjtt Morning worship 9 Ser mon theme Jesus Came to Keek and Save luke Sunday school 10 with classes for all agJsr Luther league program at Ladies Aid Wednesday at 2 Junior choir Wednesday t Cortfirmatton class Saturday at n Sunbeam Workers Satur day m o Urness pastor St Sixth street southeast Orartert Sunday school 9 n m Pearl Rohr Sunday school superintendent Ella secretary and treasurer American services at 10 n tn Text 2 Kings 5 111 The new officers will be Installed Do not forpct your tomorrow Choir Friday Junior choir Saturday Confirmation class meets E G Mall pastor South Pennsylvania avenue Sunday school and Bible classes at oclock Nels B Larson superintendent Morning worship at oclock by Mr J o GKbertson and orchestra Ser mon When Jesus Enters the Home Luke 19 110 Board of deacons meet Sunday nt 2 p m Adonrned annual meeting of Trln fy congregation Sunday at p m Sen ior Luther league at fi p m Junrr Luther eapue at p m Evening worship at 7 0 oclock Prelude organ and planj by Beatrice and Enola Skrnm sermon God Helps the Weak I Cor i 2G1l Mrs L A Lysne 31 South Kentucky ave wilt he hostess to the L D R Monday p m Adxilt class Monday nL p m Orchestra rehearsal Wednesday nt p m pholr rehearsal Wednesday at 730 p m Mrs Carl Zivernemnn 110 Eleventh street northeast will be hostess to the Lincoln circle Wednesday at p m Mrs C M Anderson 706 South Polk avenue Assinted hy Mre Elizabeth Polacek willhe hostess to the Grant circle Thursday at p m Junior choir Friday p m Sun day school teachers training class Friday at p m Boya confirmation clasji Satur day at s a m girls class at sev enth grade at sixth grade at O L X Wlcdahl pastor North Delaware avenue Adult Bible class at a m Mornlnp service at 9 oclock Sermon When Jesus Enters the Home Luke 10 110 Graded Sunday school at oclock Childrens league at 3 p m Junior league at s p m Senfor league at 7 p L N Wlgdahl pastor MFTIlOniST B m church school Mens class In courthouse Young1 men tn hotel Queen Esthers in P G nnd E oclock Junior church oclock morning worship Sermon theme Facing the Fu ture Special music The Pilgrim Chorus from TannhfiuBer Wanner Sun of My Soul John Prindle Scott solo by ijrs C FI Gllman Hath Not Seen Gaul p m vesper service Play The For gotten Man Tall will be presented hy English department of Cornell collcffp Spe cial music Ave Schubfrt and MfdJtntlon Mnxsenet oclock Ep worth league oclock Sunday H Bpence pastor Sixth street southwest Graded in the Everett Klrhy home at 310 Slitc street Church prnjtr meeting FrUtny evening nt oclock A Schmidt minister mchurch school C K 11 oclock momlnB n Satisfaction rT f Mustc lhe nfSri Walta Pay the prelude numbers rcoptes sentec 1H be rawo at the Sunday school hour Evening at oclock The theme lc hL serlw PO mpm Men of the Ola Tern mcns clons wl K venlTiK at HtoiS V Hostesses Mealaraos Vlrcll Carr and o v c erel dish family supper followed by a dls cusslon of Sunday school needs I O O p Homc2 p m Sunilny school minister Calbrelh Union 10M5 n m Cmlrcl1 Sunday school o cock Scccla called meetlnc of the otfl ijnilll Charles W Sims pastor East stile stroct and Rock Glen German ncrvlce at ln Eundly at 10 oclock Enclish worship and lords upper at I oclock The Kpworth Jeasur Sn m Tho 1raer nil be at Gnst Grossmans Wednesday cvc Ri Hr730 men quartet meets Thursday a H KoJiler pastor lntt at avenuE northwest a ra church school 11 o clock morning worship Theme For Pure service Kiss Ruth Stevens will play For Ileimmbrance Adams SonB without words Mendelssohn nnd Arabesque Jvarrnnoff The choir will slnj an anthem Cod So Ixvet the World Etalner Eer mon by the pastor Dla Not Drink At p m thB and forum No evcnlnR nervlce Monday p m the StoTvaways Brlnjf batliinr suits and towels Wednesday p m nil church nlRht Moving plcturen Ccnturr of Progress BrlnK covered dljh plates anj Georce K Davlcs minister raft Side 11 a m church school MISCELLANEOUS Alllnnrr 616 North Delaware avenue Sunday Bible at 10 a m 1reachlnf at 11 oclock Fifth of a series o sermons on The Dittlecronnds ol Prayer YounB peoples service at 7 p m Evening wor ship at 8 oclock Sermon subject Chris ChlHIsh or childlike Thursday prayer meeljnfr at 8 p m Topic Soul Win nine Ambassadorship Wednesday after noon the Womens Nflsslonary band meels at 2 oclock The choir practice each Thurs day nljrht at s L A Perkins minister Church of the Nniarene 333 Went state street Sunday school at a m Mrs Robert Wybcrny superintendent Prenchlnfi service nt 10M5 oclock Subject The Transforming Power of Christ Jnll service at 3 p m N V P S meeting at 6MS o clock Mre Haze Milter leader service at oclock Wednesday night prayer meeting nt the parsonage 152 Seventh street soulhivest Choir rehearsal at Hurry Leonards 63S South nvenue Thursday evening F H Enoch pastor nooil will 1631 North Monroe avenue Sunday school at 2 p m Preaching at 3 oclock Prayer meetlnp Tuefdsy at a m at the home o Mrs Lota Coil trares 1627 North Qulncy avenue Jteilcana mothers meeting Thursday at 2 p m Jun ior Missionary society Saturday nt p Ida O minister Church o the Open 215 North Federal avenue The evangelistic meetings nre continuing njfihlly except Monday fit p m The evangelist Harold Adams a special subject In regard to lhe return of Christ In Bible prophecy namely Fmirtfen Scrtnlnril ittuoiu Why Christ May Ilcturn Before 1935 NEWS OF FRIDAY FROM WASHINGTON By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS John J Hughes director of the state NRA advisory board was named one of 44 state directors for the national emergency council to take over the compliance work of NRA and AAA to set up informa tion bureaus The directors will aid in the crea tion of consumers councils where they may be found necessary and will seek to help In abolishing or in substituting new committees for the various local recovery commit tees now at work in the state L S Hill prominent Iowa demo crat was named acting postmaster of DCS Moines by Postmaster Gen eral James Farley Restoration of at least part of the SpanishAmerican war veterans pensions would be sought under a measure now being prepared by Representative Gillette of Iowa I do not believe SpanishAmer ican veterans should have been lumped with World war veterans in the move to reduce compensation payments Gillette said Senator L J Dickinson R Iowa was assigned to the rules commit tee by the senate republican com mittee on committees MOE ROSENBERG ESCAPES TRIAL U S Will Try to Collect Income Taxes From His Estate CHICAGO Jan 13 death of Moe Rosenberg 44 west side Chicago political boss indicted on charges of income tax evasion will not prevent the government from attempting to collect U S District Attorney Dwight H Green said today The government Green said will lodge a claim against the Rosenberg estate or will sue his heirs to satisfy the tax bill Rosenberg who once served a term of 20 months in the Leaven worth federal penitentiary for con spiracy to steal from interstate shipments died suddenly yesterday afternoon at the Frances Willard hospital He had submitted to ail emerg ency operation for appendicitis after being rushed to the hospital late on New Years eve The attend ing physician Dr Samuel Marmor said his patient also was suffering from chronic colitis Charges against Rosenberg were basedon an alleged evasion of 000 of Income tax on an income of during 1929 and and he was Indicted last April 20 LAKE MILLS IS HOST TO VETS Legion and Auxiliary Listen to Department and Dis trict Officials LAKE MILLS Jan Le gionAuxiliary meeting of district proportions was held at the hotel here last mght under the auspices of the Winnebago county organiza tion The principal speakers were Glenn Gray of Rockwell City de partment vice commander J I Dolliver of Fort Dodge eighth dis trict commander and Mrs J C Underkofler of Britt eighth dis trict committeewoman Mr Gray referred to the govern ment program of spending into the billions as an answer to the claim made last spring that reducing compensation to disabled veterans was essential to preserve the na tional credit Mr DoIIivers talk had to do with the service mans unpurchasable privilege of wearing the American Legion button and Mrs Underkof ler dealt largely with the activities of the auxiliary in her district and in the state Other speakers Included Mrs Sei verling of Northwood fourth dis trict vice committeewoman V C Stueland Forest City district vice commander R C Patrick Arnold Tilton Walter Irving Dr T A Net tleton and Earl Hall all of Mason City Music for the program was provided by Fred Shaffer Mason City attorney with his piano accor dion A lunch and dancing followed the formal program Joe Graham of Forest City coun ty commander and W S Grotewalci county adjutant and Lake Mills commander had charge of the meeting Post commanders and unit presidents present at the meeting wereintroduced DENIES PACKERS ARE BUCKING AAA Institute Head Declares No Monopoly Exists in Des Moines Speech DES MOINES Jan to the effect that the packing industry has opposed the administrations re covery program does not represent the facts William WhiUield Wooda Chicago president of the Institute of American Meat Packers stated tonight iu an address before the Des Moines Chamber of Commerce The packing industry has co operated whenever it has been pos sible to do so tiic speaker stated It has not opposed any phase of the recovery program or the agricult ural adjustment program There have been some charges that a monopoly exists in the meat packing industry Mr Woods said at another point The charge would be humorous if it were not so serious and so un founded he added Neither pack ers nor others can hold a highly perishable product like meat until they are able to get the desired price for it Thornton First National Bank Deposits Show Gain THORNTON Jan First National bank of Thornton reelect ed all officers and directors They are W V Crapser president Soren Peterson vice president A L Hem ming secretary of board Paul L Tames cashier and Melvin Inge hretson assistant cashier H G Parker is bookkeeper The bank paid its regular 5 per cent dividend Dec 30 Deposits have increased from to 200000 during Hie past year The deposits of the bank are insured under the Federal Deposit Insurance plan Grafton Takes Pair of Cage Contests at Home GRAFTON Jan 13 tton two basketball victories aa the Fertile boya lost 25 to 9 and the Hanlontown girts lost 29 to 9 here The boys game was ragged the girls a slow contest The local girls have also won over Little Cedar defeating their opponentsil to 10 British Send Cruisers LONDON Jan 13 Brit ish cruiser Berwick was ordered today to proceed from Hongkong to the mouth of the MIn river at Foo chow at once to protect British cit izens Looks in Mirror to See Son Struck by Car and Badly Hurt ROCK ISLAND 111 Jan 13 Upi V Carroll looked in a mir ror It was not his own reflection he noticed however but that of hia 11 year old son Jackson just as he was struck by an automobile driv en by a woman driver in front of tho barber shop in which Carroll is employed The boy badly hurt was taken to a hospital Charles H Roberts of West UnioRIsBiineel WEST UNION Jan H Roberts 73 died Wednesday night at his home in West Union where he had resided 22 years Formerly he was for many years a farmer near Hawkeye Surviving are his widow and four sons and one daughter Dr Reno R Roberts Chi cago C Irving Roberts Kansas City Mo H G Roberts Arlington Iowa Archie Roberts Floyd Iowa Mrs Edna Gluesing West Union The funeral was held today by the Rev B I Seldon at the Meth odist church Ontjes Argues Motion inMNiderLawSuit F A Ontjes argued a motion be fore Judge M H Kepler in district court Friday afternoon for a resi stance to defense attorneys applica tion for stay of proceedings pending the Iowa supreme court rulings on appeals in the 52300000 instituted by Ontjes against Hanfprd Mac Nider and May H McNidcr as ex ecutors of the estate of the late c H McNider Attorney Earl Smith appeared for the defendants French Cotton Mills Begin to Cut Wages LILLE France Jan 13 Cotton mills here hard hit by Brit ish competition began today to cut wages Leadingmanufacturers posted reductions of 6 per cent for men employes and 8 per cent for women effective Feb 3 Lawrence Dowd 37 Is Buried at Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE Jan neral services for Lawrence Dowd 37 formerly of this city where he was born died at the hospital in Iowa City Wednesday morning were held today at the Sacred Heart church in charge of the Rev P Jiol loy He was a son of Mrs W J McDcrmott of this city and as clerk at the Occidental hotel for a number of years Sheffield Country Club Cagers Defeat Indians SHEFFIELD Jan Sheffield Country club basketball five defeated the fast Fertile In dians here Thursday night hy a score of 45 to 31 McNcIIey and Rodberg for Fertile were high point men with 14 and 13 points respectively For the locals Storck was high with 17 nnd Eckhardt had 12 points Complete Chicken dinner SanrtRy 3flc Tfniler chicken vendibles jond hot cfffer etc Rtffii tnr mpftli 30r Jnlfy Hlenki chopn French frlcn Oprn nil nluht But nljhl 40R Secnnrt St BnylfM Vrnnrlrlnr   

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