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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                k TWO SENATE PASSES NEW BANK BILL Measure Not As Drastic as One Approved May 9 by House WASHINGTON July 27 The omnibus banking bill extending federal control over the nations banking system was passed late Friday by the senate measure now goes to confer ence to adjust differences between senate and the house A similar bill has been passed by the house Final action came after only two full days of debate something of a record for a major piece of legisla tion No record vote was taken To Trade in Bonds Less drastic a reform measure than that passed by the house May ft the bill places control over sup plying of credit in a committee of MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JULY 27 I seven federal reserve members and five representatives of the 12 re gional reserve banks through buy ing and selling of government bonds in the open market Just before passage the senate despite opposition by President Roosevelt retained a provision in the bill to permit restricted under writing of Securities by commercial banks Defeat LaFollette Motion It defeated a motion by Senator LaFollette Prog Wis to strike out the clause 39 to 22 The senate also rejected the Nye owned central bank substitute by the overwhelming ma jority of 59 to 10 Those voting for it were Cone Caraway Holt Neely Thomas Okla and Wheeler democrats Frazier Nye Schall republicans and Shipstead farmerlabor Other liberals withdrew their amendments in the face of certain defeat The roll call on LaFollettes ino tion to strike out the underwriting follows For the motion KoII Call on Motion Democrats Ashurst Black Con Tokio planned a boost in military aircraft expenditures An unofficial estimate of Hitlers rearmament drive was 600000000 marks month ly London termed II Duces tele gram to Geneva regarding Ethiopia Sidestepping a showdown Italys decree reducing the gold coverage worried the gold bloc countries the Netherlands cabinet resigned on a like issue Ilan Neutrality Bills The Washington scene Those op posed to war obtained the adminis tralions consent to early action on neutrality bills The federal reem ployment service started a drive to reduce the relief rolls relief was stopped in some states The senate passed the omnibus banking bill revisd to fit the new deal views of Senator Glass President Roosevelt made it plain that the United States has no direct interest in the ItalianEthiopian controversy and briefly defined his foreign policy as continuation of the good neighbor attitude Hear More Testimony The senate lobby committee heard more testimony about power com 1935 ETHIOPIA SEEKS TO KEEP PEACE J From Inje 1 5ially Costigan Fletcher Hayden McGill llinton OMahoney Pope Schwellenbach Thomas total 13 Republicans Borah Capper Fra zier Johnson Norris Nye Vanden fcerg total 7 Progressive LaFollette total 1 Farmerlabor Shipstead total 1 Grand total for the motion 22 Agaist the motion Democrats Adams Bachman Bailey Bankhead Barkley Brown Bulkley Byrd Byrns Caraway George Gerry Glass Gore Hatch Logan Lonergan Maloney pany sponsored spurious telie grams and countercharges that the president used the work relief for an administration lobby The sen ate voted amendments designed to protect AAA against attacks and to extend the fvrtn program The Roosevelt tax bill neared completion Mr Roosevelt stepped into the gin Islands squabble by appointing a new governor Political straws Huey Long and five Louisiana congressmen traded charges of party traitorism Gov Harry Nice of Maryland visited Her bert Hoover called the Roosevelt regime totally insane Admits Drowning Wife Crime Newell P Sherman 26 choir singer confessed drowning his wife at Worcester Mass because he was enamored of a 17 year old girl Died Col Henry Huddleston Rog ers heir to a Standard Oil fortune William Mulholland dam engineer Anne Douglas Sedgwick novelist Sports The United States cap tured three of four matches in the final Davis cup interzone plav with Germany and entered the challenge round More than 25000 witnessed a tation with Maxim Litvinoff presi dent of the council had decided to convoke an extraordinary session yf the council July 31 to deal with the ItaloEthiopian dispute These officials said that Italy i replyingto a query as to what da was most acceptable for the sessioi refrained from stating definite whether her representatives woul attend the session merely express ing indifference as to the date Rome dispatches today said tha the Italian government had tele graphed the league exprcssii Italys willingness to attend th council session with the provisioi that the council limit its discussion io ways and means of forwarding the workof the ItaloEthiopiai conciliations commission The league version of the replj was that Italy was awaiting a re sponse from Ethiopia to the talian note in which Rome urgcc Addis Ababa not to insist upon dis cussions of territorial questions dur ing the arbitration proceedings League circles this afternoon had he impression that Italy will in sist upon restriction of the councils activities to questions of concilia tion and arbitration and probably will oppose any broad investigation of the dispute V S ISOLATION SEEN DOOM TO 1EACE EFFORTS LONDON July 27 The as sertion that United States isolation will doom collective peace efforts is contained in a nonpartisan pro gram of political action presented today by 153 leading British econo mists publicists and writers The importance of American co operation in the work of peace making cannot be overestimated these writers said in sponsoring a new five year recovery program closely resembling Lloyd Georges new deal scheme GiantCardinal game in St Louis more than 60000 a YankeeTiger See Little Chance When we consider how power ful are the forces making for ex plosion and how imperfect as yet the collective peace system remafns we are forced to recognize that there will be little chance of a peaceful evolution if the United was the logical link between the United States and the peace sys tem of the league of nations They declared present circumstances fa vor closer association between the commonwealth and the United Slates The writers concluding a years study before presenting their pro gram for economic reconstruction and international peace said United States adhesion to the league of nations would be of in estimable benefit to the world Hazard No Prediction We hazard no prediction they said as to whether the United States will come into or come near er to the league in the near future But we predict with some con fidence that unless the leagues principles are inexcusably deserted by the leagues members American association with the leagues col lective peace system will in tima become closer not looser Mexican Agrarians Claim Federal Aid in State Cleanups MATAMOROS TAMAULTPAS Hex July 27 who jesieged Matamoros for four days scattered to their homes today ilaiming federal assurance of vic ory in their fight to oust state anc city administrations The siege staged by more than 000 rebels was lifted last night vhen leaders were advised by Sil ano Barba Gonzales minister of I home LOOKS AHEAD TO SOCIAL SECURITY Hopkins Forecasts Imminent Income Redistribution in Iowa City Talk IOWA CITY July 27 L Hopkins federal relief adminis rator forecast an imminent redis ribution of incomes social security for all citizens and decent homes or their children in an address here before 2000 persons at the Univer sity of The youthful appearing forme owan in whose hands lies adminis ration of the work und came here late yesterday in onncction with the three day west crn theater conference He ad dressed the theater group at a din ner meeting last night It is disgraceful Hopkins said that the small minority of the peo ple in the United States control most of the wealth and that the great majority are at the bottom of the economic scale Scandalous Disgrace1 The way we let people live and the doghouse we let them live in are a scandalous disgrace We are not going back to the day when the American citizen did not get his share The day is coming when every boy and girl throughout the land will be brought up in a decent Killer and Officials After Confession he interior that the political con roversy would be settled satisfac orily within four days Agrarian leaders said the tele ram from Gonzales pledged fed ral favor to them in their move to vict Gov Rafael Villarreal and his scriptive against administration Redistribution of the national in come is necessary and imminent old age pensions and sickness pen sions will come and unemployment insurance already is here he said Directing his easy flow of de olitical ally Mayor Munguia C of atamoros The city was left in the hands of en Gabriel R Cervera command nt of the federal garrison at Matamoros who stated his troops would remain on the job until the difficulty was settled rame in New York the team stand1 States stands isolated ngs of the two leagues show why Great Britain the authors said France may call an American dancers nudity art but it doesnt approve the naked truth about those war Indianapolis Star Moore Overton Eittman riKadcliffe Trammell Truman Tyd ings Van Nuys Wagner total 29 S Republicans Austin Harbour Davis Dickinson Hale McNaiy Schall Steiwer Townsend White 10 Grand total Sunday at Local V THE GOLDEN TEXT Amos justice roll down as waters and right eousness as a mighty stream critics Hopkins remarked that they would kick out competency in government as soon as they found it What they want are political eunuchs Scores Direct Relief Along with his attack on propos als varying from the works prog ress plan Hopkins expressed his dis for the expiring federal re ief system He described direct re ief as demoralizing and pauper izing In the new works program which he predicted would become a per manent form of unemployment in surance the administrator ranked farmtomarket road improvements highly as a public jroject I believe the improvement of back roads is one of the most im portant programs which the works Mario Heinz year old father of three children posed fr the photograph above after confessing to the brutal slaying of his 0 Year H he hC rSislCd his l attack Standing behind the confessed slaver disroiler 01 me BOJ from left to right are Sheriff T J Ryder County Vttnnrv John L Duffey anil Chief of Police John W Giellis to whom the con fession was made loua Daily Prrss Photo BAPTIST school at Several of the delegates to the Iowa Baptist assembly will report Morn ingworship at The farewell sermon will be given by the WANT APOLOGY BY U S TO GERMANY Continued From Page 1 with proper credentials boarded the liner Three communists appeared on the bow of the boat Before sea men could reach them the three had torn down the flag and thrown it into the water The tide carried it Tjuickly seaward and sailors put out In a small boat to retrieve it Two shots were fired as detectives reached the men One of them istruck a man who gave his name is Edward Drollette 34 no home is held a prisoner in Bellevue hospital Detective Matthew Solo lost his gun and his billy and fras severely beaten Odd Names Found on Federal Relief Rolls MUSKOGEE Okla July 27 A study of surnames on federal re lief rolls here revealed A Poorboy a Poorman a Dollar a Fortune and a Fool Names of Indian derivation in jjluded White Tobacco Sam Squir rel Wildcat and Tom Splitnose T First names of two brothers on rolls were Nip and Tuck pastor A been with W Caul who the church has two years and nine months as interim pastor Rom Pauls Estimate of the Gospel Union Park service in the W Caul min ister CATHOLIC St at 6 8 and 10 a m The Rt Rev P S OCon nor pastor the Rev James K Cas sidy assistant Holy Family Second street northwest Sunday masses at 7 and a Rev R P Murphy the Rev A J Bohrer assistant Lehigh Catholic every Sunday at a m Confes sions before mass Catechism 15 minutes after Rev John Canals CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Washington and Third street north west Sunday services 11 a m Sub ject Truth Sunday school a m Wednesday testimonial meet ing p m Reading room east end of church Week days 11 a m to 5 p m CHURCH OF CHRIST and Adams avenu an ice cream social on the church A Hinz pastor Central Where East State Crosses The Sixth Sunday after Trinity a m the church school 11 a m Divine wor ship The sermon theme Christian ity Its Essentials and AcC2etiona Prelude The Lost Chord Sulli van vocal duet Teach Me to Pray Jewett Clifford Eggert Lea Hahn offertory Ave Verum Haydn postlude Recessional in B Flat Schuler vesper services at East Park Monday 8 p m the church school H Kampen pastor Immanuel Corner Fifth street STRIFE OF ALL KINDS IN NEWS Continued From Page 1 sever diplomatic relations with Ger iuany Called and Called Off A general strike which precipi tated martial law and was punctu ated with the burst of tear ga bombs was called and called off a Terre HauteInd Violence attende the unsuccessful attempt of a Cam den N J shipyard to end monthlong walkout Labor trouble plagued the builders of Boulde dam the twentyfirst anniver sary of AustriaHungarys declara Von of war against Serbia finds Europe and Asia feverishly beating plowshares into swords Ethiopian Emperor Selassie on his scarlet vel vet throne coined a war phrase Die free Abandon Naval Ratios Britain abandoned the ratio prin ciple of determmiing naval strength Japan rejoiced London began con centrating in the Mediterranean the strongest fleet in English history SUNDAY DINNER 35c A refreshing satisfying sum mer dinner Country Club malt 2 for 25e Beer on Tap 2 pints 2oc Picnics 50c Lester Cafe NonnmS munion service music by Va cation Bible school choir Sermon My Need of the Nazarene Unior service at East park Rev Mr Freleigh pastor of Alliance church speaking CONGREGATIONAL school devotional period will be conducted by the ju nior department sharingwith the rest of the school some of the val ues received from the recent inten sive study of Africa Morning wor ship will be held at Music will include an anthem by the choir under the direction of Mrs F M Humphrey The pastor will preach on the theme God Flings His Purple This service will formally close the summer services of this church There will be no services during the month of ander Sidney Carlson minister EPISCOPAL St Sunday after Trinity There will be no 8 a m service Tuesday p m regular meeting of Boy Scout troop 35 in the MacNider Memorial parish hall Nelson parish secretary EVANGELICAL Adams northwest Sunday school morning service for worship evening service we continue our study ol and Jersey avenue southeast Sun day school at 10 Morning worship at 11 Sermon will be read by Nils Landgren Special music The monthly meeting of the board of deacons has been called T Erholm pastor St James 502 Sixth street Sunday school 9 a m Pearl Rohr superintendent Ella Woisnak secretary and treas urer American services at 10 a m Theme Baptism in its Relation to Sin German services at 11 a m Text Romans 6 34 Saturday 10 a m confirmation instruction All children who wish to be confirmed come August 4 Brotherhood fam ily picnic at 3 p m at the Fromm hold E G Mall pastor South Pennsylvania service 9 a m Pre lude Maxine Carman and Lucille Gravlie Sermon The Righteous ness That Saves Matthew Sunday school and Bible hour 10 a m J C Odden superintenen Morning worship 11 a m Prelude Mrs J C Odden processional se nior class trio O Lift Thine Eyes Mendelssohn by Misses Ciar ene Odden Beatrice Lysne and En ola Skram Sermon The Rightous ness That Saves Luke Lu her league ice cream social Tues day at 7 p m on church lawn Gen eral Ladies Aid at church parlors Thursday at p m Topic The Red Man for Christ Hostesses Mrs L W Whipple Mrs Art Wil son Mrs C R Zeverneman and Vlfs Emma Leer Mrs S Sagcn win be hostess to the Garfield circle Fri day at p m at 620 South Car olina L N Wigdah pastor North Delaware avenue Morning service at 8 a m Subject The Making of Life Evening services at The young people will meet in the inter mediate room Mens prayer meeting Tuesday evening in the Elvet Mar shall home at 310 East State street The womens prayer circle will meet Wednesday afternoon at in the H W Sykes home at 1522 North President avenue Church prayer meeting Thursday evening at Young peoples meeting Friday meeting in the W Schmidt minister a m Church school C K Kinney superintendent 11 a m morning worship Sermon by the Rev C D James Special music by the mens chorus Mrs Leon H Amos 8 Wednesday midweek service Evangelical assembly Aug 1525 The pastor expects to spend this week at the Cedar Falls Bible lonference at Riverview park Cedar Falls This conference is open to all C Brunemeier minister LUTHERAN Fourth and ilfth streets on North Delaware fl a m Graded Sunday school and Bi ble classes 10 a service Ha m German service The pastor will preach on Beware of Going in the Way of Cain Gen 4 316 Next Wednesday evenin the Ladies Aid division 2 will give Processional Holy Holy Holy by junior choir Sermon The Right ousness That Saves Matthew 26 Song We Will Gather Treas ures in Heaven by Junior choir Sunday school and Bible Hour at 9 a m C 0 Quam superintendent Adult class in catechism Thursday at 8 p m at G Scovllle 426 16th St N W Junior choir rehearsal at the church Thursday at p m O L N Wigdahl pastor METHODIST Sunday school morning worship Mrs Bertha Patchens organ numbers will be Andante by Milligan and Post lude Batiste Mrs C G Mauds icy will sing Today If Ye Will Hear My Voice James H Rogers and Thou Wilt Keep Him in Per cct Peace Ralph Cox Sermon hcme Suburban D George Davies pastor Sixth street southwest Sunday school at Worship at Woodward director and accompan ist Margaret and Milton Rosemeyer will play the offertory numbers There will be no evening service at the church Union service at East park at p m Closing ser vice of the Clear Lake Institute at p m Ladies Aid Thursday af ternoon IO O F p m Sunday school 3 p m Church service ser mon by Frank Galbreth minister MISCELLANEOUS Alliance Gospel North Delaware avenue The serv ices of the week will be as follows Sunday school Sunday morn ing worship the title of the sermon being Those Things Which Are Most Surely Believed Among Us At the Rev Mr Freligh will address the union meeting at Last park the subject of his ser mon being When Blood Talks The evening service at the taber nacle will begin at 8 oclock this week owing to the park service pre ceding it The title of the sermon will be SinIts Origin Its Extent Its Penalty and Its Remedy The womens missionary band will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Oscar Julilin 113 Twenty third street southwest Street meet ings will be held again both Wed nesday and Saturday F Folirrii administration can undertak and I will push it he said but it must be limited to districts where there is need for work relief Likes Practical Projects Projects of lasting economic value Hopkins indicated gam his favor over those primarily for beau tification The administration he said is committed to a program of discon tinuing relief and putting people to work In my opinion work as a means of relief will be a permanent institution Despite the decline in unemployment and the prospects for a greater decline there always will be more people out of work than there were in 1929 Hopkins returned eastward and was in Chicago today WEEK SEES SOME EXPLAINING DONE Continued From Pane 11 and political observers has had to do with whos after who and why during recent months Ask for Investigation This week 73 Sioux City resi dents who said they are profession al and businessmen sent petitions to Gov Clyde L Herring asking him to investigate the political motives of those prosecuting the graft investigation They accused H M Havner special grand jury prosecutor of waging a political E Freligh minister SLEEPER PLANE CRASHES IN FOG Three of 12 Passengers on Airliner Injured When Ship Lands NASHVILLE Tenn July 27 JP sleeper plane of the American airlines enroute from Fort Worth to Cleveland overshot the sky har bor airport near here early today in a light fog and crashed injuring three of the 12 passengers The injured were E Schitanski Mexico City injured about the head Miss w McDaniel St Al bans W Va light cuts and bruises and W S Rae Pittsburgh Pa who was believed to have suffered a fracture of a small bone in the right foot The others left for Cleveland in a reserve plane two hours after the crash The plane landed among trees and brush in a field just beyond the air port but did not catch fire The passengers were asleep in their berths at the time The pilots were A R Perkins and J T Connally Doth of Ft Worth and the hostess Susie Bowe of Memnhis fight at the expense of Woocibury county Havner republican and former Iowa attorney general immediate ly denied these accusations He pointed out that while Duckworth is a democrat Henry C Kuhlmann removed as Sioux City safety com missioner is a republican He as serted the grand jurys only motive is to purge government of graft and corruption Grand Jury Not Through The next day came definite indi cation that the grand jury in re cess now after indicting more than two score persons is not through with its motives or otherwise Valley National bank account rec ords of three Des Moines attorneys and four men reported to be liquor salesmen were subpenaed along with those of Governor Herring Lieut Gov Nels G Kraschel for mer State Central Committee Chair man E J Feuling former Commit tee Chairman T R Osborne and Mary S Kelleher former committee secretary Subpenaed From Banks Accounts of Herring Kraschel Feuling and George Comfort demo crat and attorney previously were subpenaed from two other Des Moines banks The attorneys are Will F Riley long a democrat and often referred to as the man with the governors ear Charles S Bradshaw corporation attorney long a republican and for many years the man who pulled the strings in Des Moines and Polk county politics Rex H Fowler his law partner whose bigframed body often is pointed out during the legislature NEXT MOVE OP TO OPERATORS Attorney for Strikers Says Parley Broken Off by Bakery Owners DES MOINES July 27 Pi John Connelly Jr union attorney said today that future negotiation in the Des Moines bakery strike ar up to the operators The Master Bakers association he said broke off the negotiation yesterday so there is nothing fo is to do We will not try in nego tiate with our hands tied and with out a chance to put forth our ar guments The union bakers and drivers and akery operators appeared cose to iettlement yesterday when nego iations suddenly were ended eorge Comfort operators attor ey declared the Bakers associa tion would not grant a closed shop and that it was useless to negotiate further since the union maintained this demand B F Kauffman special mediator named by Gov Clyde L Herring said today he would continue ef forts to bring the union and the operators together but thathe has no meetings lined up Union leaders called a mass meeting for tonight outside the Colonial Baking company plant closed now with five others for more than two weeks as that of a lobbyist He also republican Church of the West State street Sunday Bible school a m Morning worship H Junior meeting p m ioung peoples meeting 7pm Svenmg devotional service p m Midweek prayer meetingWed iiesday p m The annual meet ing of the church will be on Wed nesday Aug 7 at 8 p mA D Fntzlan psstor Good Will Mission1631 North Monroe avenue Sunday school at 2 o clock Ministry of the word at 3 Prayer meeting in the Mission Tues day and Thursday forenoons at O Helgen superintend ent Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Dav Y romY M C A Ida m Church school 11 preaching Elders H H Sevy and 0 B Snuggins in charge Lnioii school Mrs M Brewton superinten dent 11 a m sermon by pastor subject The Problems of Life devotions p m sermon by pastor The Kansas City district conference will meet at Union Mem orial church Aug 7 to 11 Each member and friend has been asked to donate something to help take care of the G Glas pie pastor BLIND GORE PUTS UP FIGHT BACK Continued From rnire 1 trations stock will slump corre more so from a multiplication of disappointments Equally Of course if improvement continues the administration will claim the credit for it Win it get it Probably but possibly not New Deal and Recovery Suppose that next winter the su preme court knocks out another batch of new deal legislation and that nevertheless improvement con tinues Will there not then be ground3 for the argument that the new deal simply has retarded recov ery If the country in the mean time has been staurated with that idea what will the effect be If republicans alone had been de nouncing the new deal it would not especially matter republicans are expected to denounce it REVERBERATION Attorneys for Harold M Cooper filed a libel suit against Verne Marshall Cedar Rapids Gazette editor charg ing Marshall libeled him with ac cusations of perjury during the for mer liquor commissioners trial at Cedar Rapids Said Marshall I welcome the suit Report U S Agents Investigate Case of Missing Idaho Boy COUER dALENE Idaho July 27 agents were reported interested today in the case of 2 year old Bobby Rush who has been sought since last Sunday in the rug ged Sage creek area near here Deputy Sheriff H H Haner dis closed that department of jutice agents had inquired about the case and the possibilities of a kidnaping although officers here discounted the abduction theory Haner said it was reported from Portland Ore that D B Leforce an uncle of the missing child told police his wife recalled a womans threat several weeks ago to take one of the children of Mr and Mrs A W Rush SHERIFFS CLOSE SESSIONS HERE Stage Fake Bank Robbery in Showing They Can Get Their Man Sheriffs of Iowa closed their mid summer school of instruction at Mason City Friday afternoon by demonstrating that they can get their man After staging a fake bank ron bery at the range near Clear Lake where thesheriffs had been shoot ingin competition most of the day four members of the Iowa Sheriffs association Warden Bill Frazer Anamosa Sheriff Foss Davis Jef ferson Sheriff Leo Heineckc Ma quoketa and former Deputy Jack Deach of Mason City who played the part of the bold bandits began their attempted escape in a car Abandon Car Sheriffs attending the school gave chase and J B Steinel business manager of the Iowa Sheriffs mag azine followed the bandits in a plane piloted by Floyd Davis of Des Moines Smoke grenades were dropped by Steinel at intervals to show the trail of the fleeing car The sheriffs finally cornered the bandits about threefourths of a mile north of the fish hatchery at Clear Lake where the bad men abandoned their car and hid in an old farm building on Woodpeckar hill Under the leadership of R W Nebcrgall DCS Moines editor of the Iowa Sheriffs magazine the sher iffs closed in and Nebergall fired the tear gas shells into the house that brought the bad men out with tears in their eyes Comedy Crops Out Several bits of comedy were in jected into the chase by members of the organization Sheriff Peck Hanson of Garner clocked the event as lasting exactly 40 minutes by his oversized Gorman watch one of the badmcn attempted to fire a tear gas bomb back at the sheriffs but it fizzled and blew into his own eyes and two spectators who happened along as the first of the sheriffs were closing in on the house went scurrying down the road when the bandits opened fire with blank cart ridges in a machine gun Following the demonstration the sheriffs returned to the range to complete their shooting competition Earlier in the day Kenneth Beegle of the Peters Cartridge company gave an exhibition of fancy shoot ing during which he mashed oranges in midair opened cans of tomatoes with a rifle etc Coming Attractions April when the Sioux City police department underwent a thorough renovation Earl Morgan bobbed up to the top as police chief He sank back to the rank of de tective this week removed by Col Gordon C Hollar named safety commissioner to succeed Kuhlmann No reason for his demotion was an nounced But the next day Therese OBry an 19 testified in court that an af fidavit she had given declaring Morgan hafl threatened to knock testimony out of her was false Des Moines Youth Is Drowned in Attempt to Ford North River DBS MOINES July 27 Thomas Kale 17 Des Moines drowned today as he and two other boys attempted to ford the North river near Scotch Ridge Kale accompanied by Raymond Anderson and George Brownbridge were hiking to a farm near Carlisle Anderson and Brownbridge made it across the river but Kale suddenly disappeared beneath the water His body had not been found late today CECIL T Saturday acts of vaudeville featuring the Broadway viddie Revue with the picture Champagne for Breakfast whuh stars Mary Carlisle Hardie Al bright and Lila Lee Monday through Wednesday Murder in the Fleet with Robert Taylor Jean Parker Ted Healy Una Merkel Nat Pendleton and ean Hersholt Thursday Edition of he WLS National Barn Dance with he full cast of popular radio stars and on the screen Eight Bells vith Ralph Bellamy and Ann Soth m i Friday to You tarring John Boles Jean Muir and Charles Butterworth PALACE Saturdaythrough am Hopkins in Becky Sharp with ranees Dee Cedric Hardwick Ni el Bruce Alison Skipworth Billie 3urke and Alan Mowbray and The Best Man Wins starring Ed mund Lowe and Jack Holt with ela Lugosi and Florence Rice Tuesday through na Sten and Gary Cooper in Wed ding Night with Death East starring Conrad Nagel and Florence Rice Starting Temple in Curly Tops i STRAND Sunday through TuesdayWal lace Beery in West Point of tho Air But with a formidable group of democrats denouncing it And on the opposite hand with progressive republicans defending will be a democrat in 1936 Who a republican TWENTYFOUR HOURS Mrs Lawrence Stapp 46 went to a West Okoboji lake cottage a bride of an hour or so to spend her honey moon She had the night and part of the next day with her husband Late in the afternoon he went swimming alone Mrs Stapp strolled down to the beach to meet him There the bride found a crowd Curiously she pushed into it Whats happened she asked Ohhhh she gasped and sank I to her knees a widow Staring up at her was the openi mouthed drowning purpled face of i her husband Day in Congress By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Senate In recess Finance committee hears dis tillers institute on alcohol ad ministration bill Lobby committee heard Rep House In recess FRIDAY Senate Passed omnibus banking bill Received King resolution for naa investigation resentative Patton deny receiv ing mysterious box from pow er company representative Holier In recess with Robert Young Maureen OSullivan Lewis Stone and Rosa lind Russell and Maurice Chevalier in Folies Bergere with Ann Soth ern and Merle Oberon Wednesday Thursday Night Life of the Gods and Katherine Hepburn in Little Women Friday OBrien in Hard Rock Harrigan with Fred Kohler and Irene Hervey STATE Sunday through starring Jean Arthur and Wire Victor Jory Wcdnesdav filmed among the Arabs in the Sa hara desert and Jack Ahoy star ring jack Hulbert Friday Nagel and Virginia Bruce in Dangerous Corner flOOOO Pounds of Twine OSAGE July and Chatman implement dealers here sold 90000 pounds of twine so far his than they usually sell in a whole year and the corn leason has not evenbegun TAKE HOME A PER BOTTLEllfC BEER Popular Brands Take p home L for CHICKEN DINNER SUN 30c Lunches Beer on Tap Cignrcts PERFECT CAFE 33fl Smith Federal Wl m I s i V I   

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