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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 17, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FEBRUARY 17 M 1934 HOUSE PASSES SCHMIDT BILL Votes to Bar Dancathons Walkatons and Other Similar Contests DES MOOTES Feb 17 passage of the Schmidt bill the house of representatives late yesterday by a vote of 92 to 0 voted to prohibit dancathons walltathons skata thons and similar contests in Iowa An attempt by Representative Fa britz of Wapello to amend the meas ure to exempt contests under con tract but not started was defeated so that the measure is ready for action by the governor A senate bill revising the police mens and firemens pension sys tems has met favor In the house which passed it without much de bate The bill provides that mem bers joining either force shall con tribute 4 to 5 per cent of their sal aries to the fund Under the present law the amount is one per cent Men now in the service are not affected by the change Disability payments increased from one half to two thirds of the final pay would not be applicable to present employes while the retire ment age for new employes Is set at 60 instead of 50 years Among the bills placed on the bouse calendar by the steering com mittee was the RiceGarnerAlesch measure providing for the nonparti san election of judges DRAFT EMERGENCY AIRMAIL MEASURE Contlnueil From rase 1 tionnaire sent to persons prominent in the aviation industry 25000 Shares at One investigator however said it was his understanding that the war rants had been for the purchase of 25000 shares of stock at If Lindbergh received them and had exercised his right to buy Pan American shares when they were quoted at the 1929 high of S9fc his paper profit would have been 871875 Committee members indicated Lindbergh would not be called to testify unless unforseen develop ments in the PanAmerican investi gation should require his presence Members mentioned that the Mel Ions have an interest in PanAmer ican To Start Monday It was decided between the army and the postoffice department meanwhile that the first army mail flight would leave Newark airport at p m Monday for Miami where St is scheduled to arrive at a m Tuesday After the army air corps takes over the flying of the airmail Mon day midnight 148 pilots and planes will make 68 trips day and cover 40830 miles Army airmail headquarters esti mated 20161 miles would be covered in the eastern zone 8744 in the cen tral and 11922 in the western Service for Iowa Representative Wcarin D la said today the postoffice depart ment assured him mail service in Iowa and Nebraska would continue without interruption when the war department takes over the flying of mail routes Expressing complete harmony Postmaster Generals cancella tion of private airmail contracts Wearin said army planes already were being stationed along the trans continental route to Iowa and Nebraska and there would be no hitch in service out of Chicago through Iowa City Des Moines Council Bluffs and west Omaha BOTH HOUSES IN BRIEF SESSIONS Continued From rage 1 of Mahaska Klemme Is the oldest member of the senate Assured of Passage Victor in two additional major clashes the state monopoly liquor bill appeared to be assured of sen ate passage by a goodly margin of votes when the upper branch re sumes work on the liquor legisla tion next Monday The measure which already has been passed by the house showed even greater strength than had been expected as its sponsors de feated by a 16 to 34 vote an effort to substitute for it the Harrington private sale plan yesterday and then obtained rejection of a local option amendment Plan Another Effort However another effort was con templated to obtain Insertion of the local option feature which was re jected by only a 21 to 26 vote Sen ator Fred Nelson of Nevada spon sor of the amendment changed his vote in order to be in position to move for reconsideration Under the Nelson amendment the question of prohibiting the sale and distribution of alcoholic liquor in a county would be submitted at an election called 011 petition of 15 per cent of the voters Regardless of the outcome the question might again be submitted at any regular election not less than two years later Reject Local Option Local option was rejected by the lower branch of the assembly which before passing the bill refused by a vote of 36 to 68 to insert such a provision In the senate debate at tention was directed to the position MFADDEN AND DOHERTY CLASH Utilities Man Says Liar to Congressmans Charge of Tax Evader WASHINGTON Feb 17 Representative Louis T McFadden has called Henry L Doherty a vice versa To the Pennsylvania republicans charge of tax evader hurled yes terday in the house the utilities man was on record today with a reply It was Liar Doherty in New York added that McFadden was untruthful too in intimating that the Roosevelt ad ministration is protecting him and in saying that Cities Service com pany the Doherty conoern is one of the biggest tax evaders in the nation Doherty said this was not only a libel upon me and my com panies but also a baseless and vi cious attack on many honest pub lic officials and on the administra tion Itself taken by the house Before voting on the Nelson amendment yesterday the senate defeated by an 18 to 30 vote a sub stitute proposal by Senator B R Hicklin of Wapello Under the Hicklin amendment the state liquor commission in exercising its dis cretion as to the establishment of a state liquor store would be direct ed to insofar as practicable ob tain the sentiment of a community and be governed by this sentiment Has TO Amendments After three days in the senate the bill today carried about 70 amendments including some of a corrective nature and several major changes which will require its re turn to the house for further con sideration Major changes made by the up per branch included elimination of sale of beer from provisions of the act increasing of the membership of the state liquor commission from three to five and increasing of the salary of the commissioners from 53600 to 5000 a year The senate also changed the an nual fee for an individual liquor purchase permit to 51 authorized licensed hotels restaurants and clubs to sell wines of natural fer mentation and allowed vineyardlsts to sell wine for consumption off the premises Also Added to Bill Also added tothe bill at the sug gestion of Governor Herring was an amendment requiring that no alcoholic liquor may be labelled whislcy unless it is a distillate of fermented maau of grain or a mix ture of grains After first declining to provide or the Issuance of banquet per mits allowing for purchase and consumption of alcoholic liquors on special occasions the senate re versed its decision the next day and struck out this amendment It also rejected an amendment proposed by Senator Frank Byers of Linn to permit hotels restaurants and clubs to sell all kinds alco holic liquors for consumption on Jones of Des Moines to Be Candidate for Secretary of State DES MOINES Feb 17 ert L Jones of Des Moines today announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for secretary of state at the June primaries He publishes a weekly newspaper Jones was born and reared in Des Moloes county He has been engag ed in the newspaper and advertising business This is the first office he ever has sought he said explaining in his announcement that he believed he could be useful to the state if elect ed Lloyd Ellis Will Run for Congress Again DES MOINES Feb 17 Ellis of Chariton today announced he would be a candidate for the democratic congressional nomina tion from the Fifth district at the June primary Ellis was nosed out in the 1932 election by Lloyd Thurs ton of Osceola by about 200 votes and a contest is now pending in con gress BRITISH POLICE MAKE NAZI RAID Continued From I which they have been held since their acquittal The interview took place in Berlin Plan to Warn Germany PARIS Feb 17 great powers of France and today reliable reports said warningto Germany to keep her hands off Austria The joint declaration will be ad dressed to the world at large the understanding here Is It is a move ment on the part of the three pow ers intended to preserve Austrias independence The manifesto which though ad dressed to the world is pointed at Germany is expected to be released within 48 hours 3 Power Announcement Premier Mussolini espousingef forts to keep nazi control away from Austria proposed the three power announcement In France Premier Doumergue has the backing of both houses of parliament In any moves the gov ernment may see fit to take along the lines outlined by Mussolini The chamber of deputiesforeign affairs committee even went so far as to urge the Doumergue ministry to speed action toward assuring Au atrias freedom Discussed In Capitals It was understood today that the manner in which It should be pub lished was being1 discussed among statesmen of Paris Rome and Lon don One of the most frequently voiced French arguments for the pro nouncement is that tripower action would pave the way for Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss of Austria to take before the league of nations his protest against what he terms German efforts to nazlfy Austria Arctic Cold Holds New York State iri Its Grip Once More ALBANY N Y Feb 17 Arctic cold once more held most New York State In its grip today As usual the lowest temperatures were reported from the Adirondack mountain section with Saranac Lake having a reading of 35 below zero At Jamestown where an ice car nival was scheduled for last night it was so cold the starter could not fire his gun SOCIALISTS AND REDS IN BATTLE Three Women and Nine Men Beaten and One Stabbed in New York NEW YORK Feb 17 cialists and communists meeting at Madison Square Garden to protest against atrocities of Austrian fas cism engagedin one of the bitterest battles that home of pugilism has ever seen The meeting sponsored by trade union and socialist organizations late yesterday afternoon became a bedlam shortly after it was called to order when about 5000 commun ists among the crowd of 20000 which jammed the building tried to take charge Three women and nine men were beaten or struck by chairs and one man waa stabbed in the back Sev en of the injured were taken to a hospital for treatment WILLFQRD SEEKS HIS REELECTION Mak of Waterloo Files for G 0 P Nomination for Congress DES MOINES Feb 17 resentative A C Wlllford of Water loo of the third congressional dis trict and a prospective opponent for reelection took out nomination pa pers at the secretary of states of fice here today Leo Mak of Water loo filed for the republican nomina tion Willford is a democrat Funeral for Fisher Is Conducted at Greene GREENE Feb serv ices for John William Fisher who died at Waterloo were held at the Rcmbold funeral home at Greene Wednesday afternoon the Rev G A Hess officiating Mr Fisher was a former resident of Greene but since the death of his wife six years ago has lived with his daughter Mrs George Troestler of Waterloo Besides his daughter Mrs Troes tler he is survived by one other daughter Mrs Clyde Laun of Mason City and two sons Charles E also of Mason City and Bert L of Til ford Alta Canada Sunday at Local Churches THE GOLDEN TEXT Matthew desire mercy and not sacrifice For I came not to call the righteous but sinners St John BAPTIST at a m Preach Backus Accused of Criminal Assault in Death of Son 8 ROCKFORD 111 Feb 17 charge of criminal assault was pre ferred against Charles Backua 48 year old fruit peddler who confessed stuffing the body of his 8 year old eon into a hole on the ice covered Rock River As police continued the search foi the boy authorities announced Backus had confessed intimacies with bis stepdaughters Pauline 14 and Dorothy 16 Pauline was held Statea Attorney Robert Nash said he would not bring a charge of murder against ckus unless the body Is found The state law provides that unless the body of a suspected murder victim is found within four months charges in the case must be dismissed F B Indorses Cotton BUI VVASHINGTON Feb 17 President Roosevelt today indorsed the principle of the Bankhead bill for compulsory control of cotton SUITS nj TOPCOATS 20 25 31 COMPARE r r Jlinci ft SON INC the premises Local Option Vote The vote on the Nelson local op tion amendment was For the Beardatey Beatty Bennett Booth Calhoun Garden Elthon Hicklin Hill Hop kins Hush Husted Patterson Ritchie Roelofs Stanley Wenaer and Wilson Democrats 6 Coykendall Flsch Harrington McArthur Pen dray and Tripp Against the Democrats 18 Anderson Aschenbrenner Baldwin Chryatal Doze G eske Irwin Meyer Mill e r of Buchanan Miller of Jones Moore Mullaney Reese Schmidt Shangle Stevens of Decatur Stev ens of Wapello and Valentine 8 Frai ley Kimberly Klemme Knudson Leo Nelson and Topping Private Sale Vote The vote on the Harrington amendment to substitute the pri vate enterprise bill for the state ownership bill Those voting for the substitution Car den ElthoDr Hicklln Hopkins Hus ted Leo Nelson Patterson Ritchie Topping Wenner and Wilson Harring ton and Moore Those voting against the substi Democrats 21 Anderson Aachenbrenner Baldwin Chrystal Coykendall Doze Geske Invin Mc Arthur Meyer Miller of Buchanan Miller of Jones Mullaney Pendray Reese Schmidt Shangle Stevens of Decatur Stevens of Wapello Tripp and Valentine Beardsley Beatty Bennett Booth Byers Fralley Klemme Stanley ing at 11 oclock Sunday school from to B Y P U at m Evening worship at Preaching at 8 oclock The pastor will speak both morning and eve nlnts mission circle will meet Wednes day afternoon at the home of Mrs Bur Tens 825 Boull Harrison avenue at oclock Prayer meeting Wednesday J G Bothlc pastor Mrs Ruby Macer church clerk CATHOLIC Si Joseph Masses at 6 8 and 10 a m Benediction and rosary at 4 p m The Rt Rev P S OConnor pastor tha Rev Talher Caasldy assistant JInly Fnmlly Second street northwest fin day masses at 7 and a m The Kov R P Murphy the Rev A J Bohrer assistant Ihlgh Catholic Chapel Service every unday at 8 30 ft m Confession before mass Catechism 15 minutes alter The Bev John Canals CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Wash ington anri Third street northwest Sunday servlcta 11 R in Subject Sunday school a m Wednesday evening testi monial meeting p m Reading room east end of church Weelc days 11 a tn to G p m CHURCH OF CHRIST First Bible Echoo Genera aaeem bly In auditorium W S Kollman superin tendent Morning1 Commun Ion service choir anthem O Jesus Thou Hast Promised Bartlett Sermon A Good God in an Evil World Christian Endeavo Hill Hush Kimberly Knudson Roelofs and Childs Candidate for First District Seat DES MOINES Feb 17 H Chllda now serving his third term as mayor of Fort Madison an nounced his candidacy for congress man fromthe first Iowa district in the republican primaries societies Junior 4 p m senior m Evening Pretence or In Truth Sermon ChristI Motion turcs of the enrollment day attendance on Feb 4 will be displayed at L Kratz pastor CONGREGATIONAL lira school Music by rches tra Worship The Rev Mr llichae Hampton preacher Trl C club Bo Scouta Monday evenlnp at 7 oclock Ener get c class Thursday in all day meeting Luncheon Rt 12 Harmony Guild In luncheo at 1 oclock Hostesses Mesdamea A B Cook J A Sherman G B Pray W A Westfall Devotions Clarence Bur retts Union Lenten worship In First Pre byteiian church Wednesday evening William L Dibble L Dibble minister EPISCOPAL St Sunday in 8 a m holy communfon with special music ft ni service with church achoo classes fr Instruction il m holy com munloh and cermori Special nutate prelude Andante CantEble Techalkowsky Noc tume Chopin offertory organ aolo b MrB Hulh Cough Pat ton entltied Av Sfarln by GountxJ postlude Finale Fauchey p m young peoples fellow shipi evening prayer itupper and profi of special music Tuesday p m Bo Scouts In gullrt hall Wednesday 7 a m holy communion in chapel 0 a m hoi communion In church p m boys ohdlr In guild hall p m midwee Lenten with meditation p m senior choir Rev Robei recttir Fourth and Fifth North Delaware 9 R m graded jSunda school and Blbe classes 10 a ra service 11 a m German service The pas lor will pnmch on Living for Him Wh Freely Died or Me Hehr 33 1221 Wed nesday evening at and Saturday morn Inp at 0 confirmation Instruction Wednes day evening at 8 German Lenten service Thursdnv evening English Lenten eer vice This pastor will speafc on Ex liedlent for Us Thnt One Man Die and Tha tha Whole Nation Perish Not John 11 47 12 Friday evening at 7 the adult class the A Him pastor State crosses Conneciicut The Slev Walter H Kampen pastor MTI Oscar C Sorleln pianist and choir direc tor David K Lurdberp church school an pcrlnlendent Church school with adult clasBOF a m Divine services 11 Sermon theme Where Men live Prelude Real In the Lord Mendelssohn an them if With All Your Hearts V Tnil Seek Serenade MendeUaohn oftcrlory Bropa postlude Recessional1 De Koven Luther teaRue devotional hour Sunday p TO Luther lea pie mtetlnc Tueclny 8 p m Welt group La J dies Guild Wednesday 2 p m entertclne y Mrs A J 919 North Adams ave ue CanrirmintB Wednesday p m enten vesper service Wednesday p Choir Wednesday p m Filth and Jersey outheoat Sunday school at Morning oruhJp at Sermon The Temptatfon Jesus Anthem The Lord Is My trength Nolle Evening senice at 130 ermon The preaching of the Cross tusic by the brotherhood quartet The paa or attend district meeting ot Unrcourt nd Monday to Wednesday No iJchvesk Lenten service this week Dorcas Id Thursday at Mm Anna Ftederlck on Mrs Chrla Klemcnaen and Mrs C J ilflan hostesses Luther league Thursday t S Patriotic program Choir Friday at Confirmation class Saturday at South division bake sale at Damons Sat rday Feb T Erholm pastor Our and Twentyfifth outhwest Morning B Sermon rheme Two Names Bring Joy Luke Sunday school 10 with classes for ill ages Ladles Aid TvUI meet Wednesday it 2 Junior choir will practice Wednesday at 4 Confirmation class Saturday at 11 t the hotnu of Pcder O Ur ness pastor St Sixth street southeast Graded Sunday school 9 a m Pearl Rnhr oupertntenderit Ella secretary and treasurer American services at 10 a Theme Repent German services at 11 a m Theme Repent Wartburg Luther 7 p m Ada Schmidt Lena Rlcde and Cariton Rohr Bible verse Christian Bee Book of Acta chapters ll and 26 Wed nesday p m First Lenten service Theme The Glory of the Redemption Mir The Lutheran Friendship society meets Friday g P church parlor wuh the Mais and Maass serving Confirmation class Wednesday and Saturday Choir Fri day Saturday Junior E G Mall pastor South Pennsylvania avenue Sunday nchooi anj Bthle at oclock N D Larson superintendent Morn Inp worship at oclock Organ prelude by Mrs J O Gllbertson Processional Holy Holy Holy by vested senior and Junior choirs Greetings from the Lutheran orient mission at Smijbulak Ferula by Mrs Margaret Mueller The Junior choir wli stng The Morning Star Upon Us Gleams E J Palmer Boprano When I Sui vey the Wondrous L Hope by Mrs Cortnca Moe of Janesvllle WIs Sermon The Book of Life Luke 10 1720 Trio Lilt Thine Eyea Mendelssohn by Bca trice Lysne Enola Bkram and Olga Motn Senior Luther leagua Fireside Hour at i D m Junior LulUer league at p m Evening strvlce ut oclock Preludn by Beatrice and Enola Shram Sermon Satan Cost Down From Heaven Revelations 12 fl11 Adult class Monday a oclock Midweek Lenten service Tues clay evening al oclock Sermon Cai aphas the RelslouB John 11 4750 The Lincoln circle will meet Wednes day at p m at home of Mrs An toniiLs Jensen fi24 Tenth street northeast Orchestra Wednesday at p m Stnlo rhofr Wednesday at oclock The an nual Father and Son banquet Thursday eve hlnj nt 6 ociocfc Central Ladles Aid at p m at the church parlors Host essesMra H Benson Mrs John Lundee and Mrs Tver Berg Sunday school teach ten training class Friday at p rn Boy1 s conflrmatlop clnsi Saturday at 8 m girls cltiM at 301R a m rrevenl Krarfe ut a m sixth trade at a L N Wlgdahl pastor North Delaware avenue Sunday school and services Bundny aftei noon at ocock Rermon The Book o Life Lukfl 10 1720 Junior league p m Senior leaqua p m Urn tlAsn Tluintday after and sat urday at a L N Wigdah pnstor church echool All Judge Clarks class in courthouse Tour men In Kftrtrnar hotel Queen fn P O anrl E Junior church morn Ine worship Sermon theme Chrlit S special muile Llarpo Handel Slew the Lord O My Bonl Jvanof Rest Jn the Lord Mendelssohn Be No A fmld MPnileTiwohn Kpworth Mies Ksthcr vll speak on Find Injc Out About Ourselves Sundn nlcht fonim Dr Spence will ateak o Stand nrrtH of Christian COTiditct Ralp 6X will si OR even Ins cenlce Duan Spencer Hatch vrho haa been dolny rccon ruction work In India win speak on the ural life of that country Special music will Souvenir Drdla Let Not your Heart Troubled Speaku trio Faith Hope nd Love Shelley Postlude Thompson William H Spence pastor Hi sixth street southwest Graded unday school at 10 oclock Preaching at L by the Kev O L Mosaman Vounp peo Tes at Mies Doris Kappel mn will have chiirge Preaching at 8 clock by the evangelist Evangelistic ser ices win continue each night next week ndcr the direction of the Kev O L Moss A W Schmidt minister Olivet a m church school C K Clnney Jtipertntendent 11 a m worship nd sormon Tho Theory of the CrossTho first in a aeries of sermons ing up to Easter upon the General heme The Cross of Jesus The chorus holr will elng and Mrs Q L Wallace wl1 iay the prelude offertory and postlude lumbers young peoples meeting ourth chapter of study book p m ong flervice and sermon The mens chorus will ainp fiermon theme Esther the Cour ageous The first in an evening series upon he general theme Representative Women jf the old The Home Guards win meet Tuesday after school with Dor othy Flarup 103 Twentieth street south east The Womans Home Missionary soci ety silver tea at the home of Mrs M irty 420 Twentieth street tiouUicaat Wed nesday p m class In religious Instruct lons for children ThU wll be followed by the Rlble aludy class for ndulta at Choir practice Thursday evening 730 The Md vrill etrve a family supper Frl y evening O o F p m Sunday school 3 p m church Hervlce Union Memorial Preaching m p m Church school p m peoples meeting B p m The Worn ens Missionary ooclety will enter tain nil frienrts at the church Wednesday evening to 9 oclock Charles W Sims pastor Eaat Stale and Rock Glenn At m German service at 10 Sunday and at 11 Engtlah worship 6M5 p m Ep worth league Thn prayer meeting Wednes day evening oclock IB at the home o Chrfaloph Schmidt Thursday evening thi mens quartet meets for practice G H Kohler pastor Ninth northwest at Washington ln a m church school 11 a m worship Theme Facing Our Day Sermon by Ih pastor Miss Ruth Stevens will play Invocation Schumann t Slum ber and Tathalkowskys Song With out Words Carleton Sebern will sing The Blind byClArk 2 p m Ihe p m the seniors and the for um 7MO p m the Service of the Missionary society Speaker Mrs Margnret Keams Mueller of Persia Monday m tha Tuesday 73Q p m the Boy scouts Wednesday 730 p m LflnUn service in church with Dr Dibble speaker Friday p m in church the Missionary society Mm Pas nan leader Hostesses Mrs R W FIschbeck Mrs Margaret Ffsher MM Charles Garnsworthy K minister East Rldfr 11 a m church school Bud Conon BUperlnlfndftnt MISrFLLANEOCS Christian anil Missionary 610 North Delaware Sunday Blnte school 10 mormnff wnrshlp 11 subject The Children of This World and the children of Light Evening young peopled meeting at 7 evangelistic service at 8 subject Epi taphs Monday rilKht meeting of the Jun ior Missionary Bund Tuesday prayer mfet ing at 8 Missionary hand meet Ing at 2 Thursday choir practice at L A Perklnif minister Cnnrrh nt the 333 Went State street Sunday school at Mrs Robtrl Wytoomy superintendent The Rev C Pres ton Roberts Dej Moines district superin tendent of the Nnzarene churches In Iowa will prench at 11 a m Young peoples meeting with Miss Ruby Petelho leader At the evening service Mr Roberts will preach p m Wednesday nlpht prayer meeting al the church F 11 Enoch pastor fiooJ Will 1631 North Monroe Aventic Sunday school at 2 Preachlnp at 3 The goffpe team from Ihe Alliance will con duct this arrvlce Prayer meeting Tuesday rnornlnsr Mexican mothers meeting Tuesday from 2 to 4 Junior missionary meeting flat urrtay at Ida 0 Helgen minister OF WORLD EVENTS SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT of Pictures of the Most Memorable Events of the Twentieth Century Suitable for Framing FREE with This Sundays Chicago SUNDAY TRIBUNE A SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT of large full page pictures EACH SUNDAY Printed on high grade paper in rich sepia for framing All actual photographs Save each Supplement and youll have a Big Picture Album of the Most Memorable Events of the Present Century This Sundays Album includes a full page pic ture of the Sinking of the Veslris the most remarkable action photograph taken in years Shows the crew cling ing to the ship rail 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