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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 11, 1936, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE APRIL 11 1936 I CHECK ARTIST GETS 7 YEARS Sentenced by Judge M F Edwards in District Court A seven year penitentiary sent ence imposed Friday by Judge M F Edwards on a transient who pleaded guilty to obtaining 515 from a bad check he cashed at Abel anc1 Son Inc was pointed out by County At torney Frederick B Shaffer as a warning to all forgers and other types of bad check ar tists Through the close cooperation of Sheriff J M Robertson and his of fice the county attorneys office has launched a drive to establish blanket protection for Cerro Gordo ounty merchants and individuals as well All merchants are being instruct ed to refuse to cash checks for strangers Violations of the statutes cover ing the obtaining of money under false pretenses and forgery are be ing prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law regardless of the amounc of money involved County Attorney Shaffer stated The man sentenced Friday was Fred Spink 45 Barry 111 He plead ed guilty to a county attorneys in formation charging him with ob taining money under false pretenses The check was cashed here last Nov 8 and Spink was not appre hended until recently but he was brought back here by a local deputy sheriff after Illinois authorities re ported his arrest Clay Defense Will Be Resumed Monday in His Murder Trial IOWA CITY Clays at torneys will resume their defense of the 28 year old Negro charged with the murder of George Folsom here Christmas eve 1933 Monday morning Clay again denied prosecution charges he went to the Folsom home and choked the aged Iowa City pio ineer to death as he took the witness stand in his own defense Friday He testified he was spending a quiet evening at home on the eve ning he is accused of the slaying Clay was convicted on the charge a year ago and sentenced to life im prisonment The state supreme court however remanded the case for retrial Grafton Student Wins in Predistrict Declam in Waverly GRAFTON Esther Landdeck who participated in the predistrict declam contest held at Waverly Fri day evening won first in the dra matic section She will go to Fost ville April 17 to speak in the next round Day in Congress By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Federal Judge Halsted L Rit ter of Florida takes stand in self defense against impeachment charges Labor subcommittee gets evidence on industrial arms stores In recess Ways and means subcommittee meets on tax legis lation Military committee con tinues investigation of disposi tion of surplus war department goods FRIDAY Heard defense testimony in behalf of Federal Judge Ritter Lobby committee heard of links between Liberty league and Farmers Independence council In recess Ways and means committee continued considera tion of tax legislation Appropri ations committee studied defi ciency measure carrying 000000 relief item Easter Program Will Be Given at St Johns Baptist Church Here The following Easter program will be given at the St Johns Bap tist church Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock Sqng Rejoice This Blessed Morn recitation Welcome Easter Day Morris Macer Easter wel come Bernard Bennett Rejoice Charles Thompson song Spring time Is Here recitation Easter Richard Macer recitation Rosa Miller recitation A Little Child on Easter Day Marian Cabbell reci tation The Easter Cross Doris Bennett Easter Lilies Leota Cheatdom Mary Alice Burrell Alice Jeffries song Alive For evermore recitation The Lily Message Frances Franklin reci tation Easter Card James Bur rell recitation Easter Is Here Marvel Cabbell recitation At Eastertide Carl Jeffries song Card Class recitation Nature Easter Chorus Edgar Cabbell re citation Blossom Time Charles Bennet Glenore Cabbell Marian Marvel Cabbell Norma West Leota Cheatdom Alice Jeffries Doris Bennett Glenore Cabbell Marian Cabbell song In the Garden recitation Charles Thompson duet Nora Spivie and Vivian Martin pantomime service The First Eas ter and the Easter of Today O H Burrell is superintendent and Miss Leatrice Jeffries secre tary HUNTFOTlLER IN PENNSYLVANIA Woman Telegrapher on Duty in Her Railroad Signal Tower Slam BROOKVILLE Pa posse of 100 men called out by a sceam ing fire siren blocked roads and railway lines Saturday in a search for the killer of Katherine Bracken 45 year old telegrapher in her rail road signal tower The woman on duty alone Friday night was beaten and slashed to death inthe Brookville tower of the PittsburghShawmut railroad her body dragged down the tracks and thrown over a 12 foot bank Her skull was fractured her right arm was badly cut and her clothing was in tatters Coroner Gilbert Hulme of Jeffer son county said Miss Bracken may have been criminally assaulted and asked for an autopsy Two Plead Guilty to Chicken Stealing and Get Jail Sentences CENTERVTLLE C F Wennerstrom Friday afternoon pro nounced jail sentences on two men who pleaded guilty to chicken theft G E King Unionville was sen tenced to one year with six months suspended and Ralph Whicker Mo ravia was sentenced to six months with three months suspended Both men were caught by the sheriff aft er a farmer had surprised them rob bing chicken roosts near Unionville More Serious Aspect on Flood Situation CAIRO HI CSVWith the Ohio and Mississippi rivers continuing their gradual rise here due to wide spread rains the flood situation in territory below took on a slightly more serious aspect Saturday U S engineers ordered a sharp watch over levees all along the river and levee patrols were increasd S THE GOLDEN TEXT John I live ye shall live also BATTIST Penn crosses East State street He is Risen a m workers prayer group in study a m Easter church school a m divine worship James Stinchart organist Mrs W H Hathorn director of music Pre lude The Risen Christ Hosmer Call to worship in song In the Cross of Christ I Glory Invoca tion Disciples prayer Gloria Hymn Hark Ten Thousand Harps and Voices Anthem Hosanna Granier Scripture I Cor 15 19 Meditation Pastoral prayer Worship in giving of rcgu offpf Henry County Hens Lay Colored Eggs MT PLEASANT LT county hens are laying their own colored Easter eggs Mrs Earl E Swatrzendruber wife of a fanner living near here found an egg Fri day onehalf of which was natural white and the other half a light brown MCMBER1W CRDfft It Seems to Us That Easter Should Be A Day of Rejoicing It seems to us that Easter is a day to be observed solemnly with full realization of its significance but with joy and gratitude over flowing in every heart FUNERAL HOMS JOHN HMEYER OLIVER HMEYER IZ6 THIRD STREET NE PHONE I5O5 lar and special Easter gifts Offer tory To a Wild Rose McDowell Anthem Christ the Lord is Risen Wilson Sermon And in the Gar den was a New Tomb The New Testament ordinance of im mersion will be observed Easter Postlude Hosmer a m an Easter play of three scenes Tri umphant Gladness directed by Mrs Eva Jacobs Wednesday 1 p m luncheon for Mrs Lorings divi sion at Mrs C L Marston p m Church night service subject Easter Does to Me Thurs day p m Mrs D L Ade of 1112 West State street is hostess to division No 2 p m Choir Lee Lewis pastor CATHOLIC St at 8 and Rosary and bene diction 4 p m The Rt Rev P S OConnor pastor the Rev James K Cassidy Mi A and the Rev Carl E Kurt assistants Holy Family Second street northwest Sunday masses at 7 8 and a m The Rev R P Murphy the Rev A J Bohrer and the Rev William Mullen assistants Lehigh Catholic every Sunday at 9 a m Confes I sions before mass Cathechism 15 minutes after Rev A J Bohrer CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church Christ Scientist and Third street northwest Sunday services 11 a m Subject Are Sin Disease and Death Real 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 school W S Kollman superintendent morning worship oclock Organ pre lude Crisot Trionfante Jon an them by choir Christ Our Pass over Schilling solo I Know That My Redeemer Liveth Han del sung by Dikka Moen Sermon I Believe In the Resurrection Organ postlude Hallelujah Chorus Handel Christian En deavor societies at evening worship 730 Prelude Sanctus Gounod anthem They Have Tak en Away My Lord Stainer ser mon the Triumphant Christ postlude The Heavens Are Tell ing Haydn CONGREGATIONAL the Sunday school hour the classes in the junior and intermediate departments will pre sent selfdenial boxes for the schools Easter gift Mrs Carleton Stewart will tell an Easter story and the childrens choir will sing He Shall Feed His Flock and an Easter anthem The morning worship service will follow at Musical numbers will include an organ prelude Ho sanna by DuBois Mrs Grace Ehl ers at the organ The vested choir under the direction of Mrs W L Bennett will sing Now Let All the Heavens Adore Thee by Bach and Easter Song by Dickinson Mrs Bennett and Earl Deal will also sing The Magdalene New members will be received preceding the ser mon In keeping with the Easter heme the sermon will be Living Triumphantly At 7 p m the Pilgrim Fellowship will meet at the Y W C A in a union service with the other young peoples groups in the city A play Tarry Thou Till I Come directed by Mrs R E Romey will be pre sented by the Fellowship Friday April 17 regular meeting of the Womens Union at Alexander Sidney Carlson minis ter EPISCOPAL St Saturday and Easter even 9 a m to 3 p m the visiting priest will be available in the study for personal conferences From 3 to 6 p m Holy Baptism will be administered by appoint ment Easter day 7 a m first Easter Eucharist a m festival high mass with sermon Peter Easter Monday and Tuesday a m Holy Communion EVANGELICAL Adams avenue short session of the Sunday school followed by a short Easter program with special offering hour for service Baptism of children reception of members and some special Easter hymns Special Easter offering for missions and benevolences meeting of the three groups of young folks evening service for worship Monday our brotherhood will travel to Manly to be the guest of the brotherhood of the Evangelical church there Wed nesday midweek service Thursday 2 general meeing of the Ladies Aid H C Brunemeier minister LUTHERAN Fourth and Fifth streets on North Delaware 9 a m graded Sunday school and Bible classes 10 a m English service 11 a m German service The pastor will preach An EaS ter Sermon of St Paul according to Acts The choir will sing 0 Joyous Easter Morn by Kaessel Monday evening adult class at parsonage Wednes day evening at 7 oclock and Sat rday morning at 9 oclock con firmation A Hints pastor East State cross es Connecticut avenue 6 a m Eas ter sunrise matins Sermon theme The Empty Tomb Prelude Christ the Lord Is Risen Ash ford anthem Christ Is Risen iieyser offertory Calvary Rod ney postlude Gloria Mozart a m the church school East er program a m divine wor ship The sermon theme He Is Risen Prelude I Know That My Redeemer Liveth Handel anthem Awake Thou That Slecpest Ma ker offertory duet In the Cross of Christ I Glory Howe Clifford Egbert Overan Lund anthem King AllGlorious Vail post lude Hallelujah Handel p m devotional vesper service for he young people at the Y W C A Tuesday 8 p m the Brother hood Tuesday p m the southeast group of the Ladies Guild with Mrs Roy Kellar at 418 South Georgia avenue Wednesday p m the west group of the Ladies H Kampen pastor Fifth and Jer sey southeast Sunday school at Easter worship at Sermon From Darkness to Light Special music for this service will consist of a vocal solo Open the Gates of the Temple Knapp by Mrs B T Erholm an anthem Hail Glad Easter Morn Heyser by the church choir and two song num bers by the Sunday school group At the evening service at the choir will sing the cantata Bright Easter Morn by Heyser A girls trio will sing Down Into the Lilied Garden by Ira Wilson Sermonette The Emmaus Road1 The Sunday school teachers and of ficers will meet Monday at S Choir Wednesday at The northeast division will meet Thursday at with Mrs A E Bodell 625 Sixth street southeast The Brotherhood will meet Thursday at 8 at the church The confirmation class will meet Wednesday at and Sat urday at T Erholm pas tor Our of Jeffer son and Twentyfifth street south west Confirmation class Saturday at 11 Communion service Sunday at 9 sermon by Christian Lystig of St Paul Music by the junior and senior O Urness pastor St Sixth street southeast Graded Sunday school 9 a m Helmer Kapplinger superin tendent Ella Woisnak secretary and treasurer Easter American services at 10 a m Theme The 4ngels Easter Choir will sing O Mornof Beauty by H Alexander Matthews German ser vice and Holy Communion at 11 a m Text St Mark 16 18 Building fund offering The senior Luther will present a special Easter program at 7p m to which the congregation is invited Roll call on Resurrection Lutheran Friend ship society Wednesday 8 p m in church parlors with the Under woods and the Thompsons Ladies Aid division No 1 Friday 2 p m at Mrs O Mall division No 2 Thursday 2 p m at Mrs E Miller Division No 3 Friday 2 p m at Mrs Hilbert Frenz R R 3 Divi sion No 4 Friday 2 p m at Mrs F Bahr Senior choir Friday 8 p m Boys choir Saturday p m E G Mall pastor Pennsylvania ave nue southeast Easter sunrise song service with Holy Communion at b a m Prelude Mrs J 0 Gilbertson Trio There Is a Green Hill Far E Poppen by Enola Skram Beatrice Lysne and Alva Skram Trio Seek the Garden Where He Lies A Geibel by Ellen Betty Christiansen Maxine Lindsay and Ruth Wigdahl Song We Welcome Glad Easter M Poppen by junior choir and girls sextet Glenys Alm klov Beatrice Larson Audrey Lar son Elaine Carman Betty Lou Rholl and Lela Sagen Sermon But Now Is Christ Risen From the Dead I Cor Bass solo Thepath of Life Michell Carroll Ambroson Song On Easter Day junior choir Song Christ the Lord Is Risen Again junior choir Holy Communion Early service at a m Pre lude Lucille Gravlie Song On Easter Day Oscar Overby and Easter Carol G Malmin by jun ior choir Sermon Death Is Con quered I Cor Soprano solo The Holy City Mrs D K Bushgens Sunday school and Bible classes at a m J C Odden superintendent Morning service at a m Prelude Mrs J O Gilbertson An them In Josephs Lovely Garden senior choir Sermon Death Is Conquered I Cor Con tralto solo Easter Morn Miss Clarene Odden Afternoon service at 3 p m Pre lude Mrs O L N Wigdahl Sermon But Now Is Christ Risen From the Dead I Cor Contralto solo Hail Glorious Morn A Geibel Evening Luther league service a oclock Prelude Jesu Joy of Mans Desiring Bach by Miss Clarene Odden Scripture reading bj Duane Follmuth Contralto solo Easter Morn Clarence Odden Topic The Glory of Christs Resur rection Phillipians by Rus sell Olson Trio There Is a Green Hill Far Away Alva Skram Be atricc Lysne and Enola Skram Topic The Meaning of Christ Resurrection for Paul by Norma Hetland Quartet Alva Skram Be atrice Wigdahl Carroll Ambroson and Duanc Follmuth Topic Wha Is the Meaning of Christs Gloriou Resurrection for You by Enola Skram Trinity brotherhood Tuesday at 30 p m Lincoln circle Wednesday p m entertained by Mrs Vin nie Christensen 115i First street southeast Choir rehearsal Wednes day at p m Hostesses Mrs A Carman Mrs M Reed and Mrs rloyd Yagge Confirmation class Saturday at 8 a m and p m iixth and seventh grades at a L N Wigdahl pastor Calvary 1G15 Delaware avenue lortheast Sunday schiol and Bible ilasses at 9 a m Mrs W Parsons uperintendent Miss Hannah Schon lood parish worker Recessional and longs by junior choir Sermon But Now Is Christ Risen From the Dead I Cor Evening iervice at oclock METHODIST church school Queen Esthers in P G and E Judge Clarks class in courthouse They vill close early for hurch of youth morning worship Mrs Patchen will begin ilaying the organ at Sermon heme The Life More Abundant Special music Vorspiel prelude o Lohengrin Wagner Dawn George Nevin Mrs Bertha Patchen irganist As It Began to Dawn Charles Vincent As Mary tValked in the Garden Green Easter Voris Esther Storer and girls choir Oh Morn f Beauty chorale from Fin alndia Sibelius Tri imphal March Dudley Buck or a loud speaker from the Mc Funeral Home will be in use E Flynn minister Zion a m morning worship and sermon Theme Beyond the Shadows Special music by a mixed quartet a m church school Carl rupp superintendent Midweek service Wednesday evening place to be announced At Olivet 10 a m church school C K Kin ney superintendent 11 a m morn ing worship and sermon Theme Beyond the Shadows The chorus choir under the direction of Mrs Leon H Woodward will sing several selections p m Young Peo pleV service p m the Easter story will be portrayed in stere opticon pictures Three or four song slide sets will also be used choir practices Wednesday evening zone meeting of the W H M S Wednes Galbreth minister PEESBVTERIAN First North Washington at Ninth street northwest 7 a m Sunrise service sponsored by the young people s m church school with Easter worship service 11 a m worship wifih Antioch Commandery No 43 Knights Tem plars as guests The minister trio will sing As It Began to Dawn Harker and Consider the Lilies TopliffLynes Miss Ruth Stevens will play Vision Rheinberger and Thanksgiving Hosmer No other services during the day Mon day the Evening circle postponed one week Friday the Missionary society meets in church parlors at p m The lesson on Korea ay Mrs C S Hagerman devotions by Mrs J C Valentine and the hostesses Mrs W C Johnson Mrs J E Woolridge and Mrs C 0 K Davies min ister East a m Sunday school 11 a m church I O O F p m Sunday school 3 p m K Davies chap lain MISCELLANEOUS Christian Missionary 616 Delaware avenue northeast Sunday school morning wor ship service young peoples meeting leader Keith Wil liams evening service prayer meeting Tuesday evening to be led by Miss Tillie Wagner Wednesday afternoon ladies meeting at Mrs Baehnes Twentyseventh street southwest Thursday evening choir practice at the church The sermon topic Sunday morning will be Resurrection Light and the eve ning subject will be Post Resur rectipn Rev P E Freligh pastor Jehovahs Fourth street southwest at p m Sub ject of study Our Responsibility Luke and relative scriptures wil Ibe discussed Open Bible Tabernacle 315 North Federal avenue Easter serv ices Sunday at prayer serv ice at a m Bible school fol lowed by childrens Easter program and childrens message Duet Jesus Lives by Shirley and Don na Fletcher poem He Arose From the Tomb by Mary Myre Marvin Carr and Harold Fletcher Jr Scripture reading by Jewel Ellert son superintendent song Lilies Fair by the junior and beginners classes recitation What Can We Do for Him by Glenice Theider man childrens sermon The morn ing worship service will follow the childrens program Message Res urrection Life by the pastor con gregational hymn My Faith Looks Up to Thee by Lowell Mason Evening prayer service at 7 p m Evening Easter evangelistic service at oclock Evangelistic song service Evangelistic message Res urrection Message Harold F Powers pastor Reorganized Church of Icsus Christ of Latter Day Y room Y M C A 10 a m Church school 11 a m preaching Easter O E Snuggins in charge Man Injured in Navy Yard Explosion Dies WASHINGTON Roith 43 injured Friday in a bias that wrecked the navy yard mim experimental laboratory died a Providence hospital R L Watkins 47 also injured was recovering COURT TALKS OF STAR CHAMBER 5EC Case Decision Senator Vandenbergs Attack on AAA Feature News OF THE WEEK By The Associated Press In the royal palace of Westmin iter the Stuarts of England used to lit in judgment on crimes against he crown which were of too serious a nature to be considered by ordi nary tribunals The sessions held in he palace star chamber were no orious for their tortures and penal ics In splitting 6 to 3 this week on a rulingaffecting the securities and exchange commission a new deal itructure the supreme court em iloyed phraseology and argument Khich threw into fresh relief what mdoubf2dly will constitute much of he attack on the democratic ad ministration during the coming presidential campaign Without passing on the constitu ionality of SEC the majority jus ices held the commission had in vaded the constitutional rights of a dealer in oil royalty participation certificates by demanding he testify regarding a registration statement had filed and then withdrawn Star chamber said the majority opinion read by Justice Sutherland Replied the minority through Jus Jce Cardozo Historians may find hyperbole in this sanguinary simile AAA Ashes Kaised The charge of regimentation and bureaucracy will be preferred freely against the Roosevelt administration after the June political conventions Senator Vandenberg of Michigan one of the republicans potential presidential nominees only this week made a flank attack on AAA now dead in drawing from a re uctant secretary of agriculture a report on benefit payments to farm ers It did not expose any political fa voritism but the report contained material of campaign value to re publicans In token of the nature of their campaign the party organized its own professorial brain trust to ather data on the new deal Concretepolitical developments of he week centered in Wisconsin Senator Borah critic of his partys old guard captured 21 of the sates 21 votes in the Cleveland conven tion almost hands down in the first midwestern test of his popularity as a presidential aspirant Commen ators were quick to observe that a regular republican in the La rollette stronghold was an anach A concurrent but merely advisory presidential preference vote in the same primary gave Mr Roosevelt a 2 to1 advantage overBorah Not the least of the results was the re election of Milwaukees socialist mayor Daniel W Hoan by a nar row margin Sentiment for Governor Landon fo Kansas in Minnesotas republican district conventions and entry of Mr Roosevelt in the West Vir ginia presidential preference pri tiary also entered the weeks news columns Death From Above In Gainesville Ga stood the sta tue of a confederate veteran rifle poised About him lay the desolate iiandiwork of a tornado As black as the printers ink which chronicled their visitation were the skies which wrought de struction this week on six southern states Deaths numbered 421 prop erty damage ran into millions al most 2000 were hurt Gainesville where the statue was freakishly un scathed and Tupelo Miss bore the brunt of the storms furies Rarely do tornadoes in the Unit ed States kill more than 300 per sons in an entire year The Red Cross as always re sponded to the emergency quickly President Roosevelt allotted 52500 000 for relief work even before he surveyed the damage on his way back to Washington from a fisher mans holiday The senate approved an RFC loan of 50 millions to storm and flood victims of the south and east Top Hat Parleys Europe dickers Frightened by what the Gospel according to St Matthew describes as war and ru mors of war the continents states men assembled once more in Ge neva to adjudicate differences France put forth an elephantine peace program to eclipse Germanys scheme to keep swords in sheath At issue were settlement of Mus solinis Ethiopian war and the choice of a sedative for nations alarmed by Adolph Hitlers bland treaty vio lations It was obvious that the prob lems occasioned by the activities of the two repeatedly have been charged with starting fires outside their own houses to quiet tumult inextric ably bound together and must be solved as one Obvious loo was the fact that Italy heady with the wine of deci sive victory in the domain of the conquering Lion of Judah had no thought of making peace on any but her own terms Blow for Blow In Washington the new Roose velt tax plan encountered more squalls but all indications pointed to its enactment Business struck at the plan and administration spokes men struck back defensively A modification for special treatmen of debtburdened corporations was discussed Committee republicans washed their hands of the whole business William Randolph Hearst th publisher lost his court fight t prevent the senate lobby committee from reading telegrams he pre ferred they not read Twisted Metal In Western Pennsylvania a grea transport plane killed eleven as i nattered itself against a mountain idge near Fredericksburg in the ame state an army bombers crash tilled five Sixteen passengers were removed rom the burning Norwegian motor hip Tricolor 1000 miles from Yo kohama by the Tanker Yarraville The New Jersey legislature drop ed investigation of the Hauptmann ase but the state of New York vinccd determination to sift to the ottom the Paul Wendel kidnap ng Plutarco Elias Calles former pres dent and strong man of Mexico vas exiled to the U S Impeachment proceedings against Halsted L Ritter Florida federal udge began in the senate Hungarian Premier Julius Goem loes and Tibor Eckhardt leader of he peasant party fought a blood ess duel At Modesto Cal General John J ershing was cited for speeding President Niceto Alcala Zamoro of pain was ousted by the leftist Cortes and replaced by Diego Mar inez Barrio A bomb exploded near the home if Baltimores mayor Howard W ackson Easter Gift bombs terrorized he hard coal area of eastern Penn sylvania killing one man and burn ng or blinding four other persons at VilkesBarre Most of the victims were figures in mine wars which sept the region in turmoil for years Wants Boy Back Mrs Lillian Mae Bartholomew mother of filmdoms Freddie ar rived in New York from England hoping to retrieve him from a guar dian aunt millicent of the same sur name Four including Mrs R W Vann were arrested in Pensacola Fla on t charge of plotting to wreck a rain of which her husband was en gineer DIED H Chandler Egan golfer Mgr Timothy Dempsey worker among the poor Edmund Breese ac or David Huyler candy maker iohn Hammill Iowas former gov ernor Marilyn Miller actress Will am A Forbes industrialist Daniel M Clemson steel man J Harold Dollar shipping line official James ucey cobbler philosopher friend of Calvin Coolidg Jahn Uri Lloyd scientist and writer Leopold von Hoesch German diplomat Judge M F Edwards Gives Drunk Driver 3 Month Jail Term Pete Feierseisen 57 156 Sixteenth treet northeast was sentenced Fri day by Judge M F Edwards to serve 90 days in the county jail for iperatihg a motor vehicle while in oxicated The sentence is to be sus jended on the good behavior of the defendant after he has served 30 days Feierseisen who pleaded guilty to 3ounty Attorney K B Shaffers in ormation was arrested by Mason City police early on the morning of March 20 after the car which he was driving had struck a pillar of the viaduct on South Federal avenue Both he and his wife who was riding with him received minor in uries from the collision IOWA CROP TO BE FOURTH LARGER Average Conditions Seen for Winter Wheat From Now to Harvest DES MOINES M Carl federal agricultural statisti cian said Friday the 196 Iowa win ter wheat crop on the basis of April 1 estimates will total 7230000 bushels or about 25 per cent more than the 1935 crop A total of 5814000 bushels was harvested last year Carl said the forecast assumes that average conditions will prevail from now until harvest time He reported that acreage seeded last fall totaled 405000 acres or 10 per cent more than in 1935 and that ex cept for floods this spring which damaged the crop somewhat in west ern Iowa wheat came through the winter in average condition Corn Supply Below Average The statistician also reported that while stocks of corn on Iowa farms April 1 are estimated at 136396000 bushels compared with 73402000 bushels a year ago the supply still is considerably below the 193034 five year average of 173636000 bushels Carl said the number of cattle on farms is slightly greater than last year but that hogs number about onethird less now than the average for the 193034 fiveyear period Farm stocks of oats were placed at 88209000 bushels which com pares with 34912000 bushels a year ago and 77118000 bushels the five year average Grand Jury Indicts Lawyer to Give Up License to Practice MARSHALLTOWN L Bryant a practicing attorney here until last Saturday when he sur rendered his certificate to the clerk of the supreme court Friday was indicted by the county grand jury charged with embezzlement by agent He posted bond of after a warrant had been served Disbarment proceedings had been started against Bryant but were stopped when he surrendered his right to practice law in Iowa MAKE INCREASE IN SUGAR QUOTAS AAA Announces 1936 Boost Due to Expected Gam in Consumption WASHINGTON AAA Friday announced an increase of 37553 tons in the 1936 sugar quotas because of an anticipated in crease in sugar consumption A revised estimate placed con sumption this year at 6609625 tons compared to a previous estimate of 6434088 Consumption in 1935 was 6632516 tons The original quotas and the re vised 1936 quotas are as follows Continental United States beet sugar producing area original quota 1550000 short tons revised 1550 000 of which a deficiency of 207 S21 tons has been Louisiana and Florida original quota 260000 tons revised 319304 tons Hawaii 941199 and 1007158 Puerto Rico 801297 and 857452 Philippines 998110 and 1068057 Virgin Islands 5264 and 5634 Cuba 1852575 and 1982401 foreign countries other than Cuba 25643 and 27440 Under the JonesCostigan act the basic quotas for continental United States are fixed at 1550000 short tons for beet sugar and 260000 tons for cane sugar The AAA said the revised regulations made no change in the quota of continental beet sugar because the area be un able to market its full quota Of the revised quotas the AAA said the following amounts may be brought into the United States as di rest consumption sugar from Cuba 43612S tons from the Philippines 80214 tons from Puerto Rico 126 033 tons from Hawaii 29616 tons Romes Church Bells Proclaim Lents End ROME familiar clamor of bells of Romes churches and ca thedrals filled the air Saturday pro claiming Christs resurrection and the end of the 40 days of Lenten mourning The bellshavebeen silent since Holy Thursday whilethe devout at tended services commemorating the Saviours passion and death Within the churches joyous organ music poured forth once more flames flickered on the paschal candles and holy images and relics divested of their somber black and purple draperies American Consulate m Santiago Bombed SANTIAGO Cuba pow erful bomb explosions one in the doorway of the American consulate spread apprehension through San tiago Saturday after a day long Good Friday service in which Pro visional President Jose A Barnet participated The first bomb caused slight dam age at the American consulate Fri day night the main door of the building bearing the brunt of the explosion The second bomb burst in the home of Postmaster Pelayo Recio No casualties were reported Dictator of Latvia Becomes President RIGA Latvia Ulman is prime minister and virtual dic tator of Latvia since his 1934 coup detat assumed the office of presi dent as well Saturday in ceremon ies at the ancient Riga castle R 0T C at Columbia WASHINGTON war de announced a unit of the partment announced a unit of the junior division of the reserve offi cers training corps would be estab lished at the beginning of the next iniur uiviKiuu ui me mntzive uni cers training corps would be estab lished at the beginning of the next academic year at Columbia college Dubuque Postmaster Recommended WASHINGTON tative Guy M Gilletta Cherokee Iowa democrat recommended ap pointment of John P Delaney as Marcus Iowa postmaster German Pilgrims to Vatican City Shout Hefl Papa to Pope VATICAN CITY Several thousand German pilgrims cheered heil papa to Pope Pius Saturday as the holy father received 4000 vis itors in Rome for the Easter holi days After receiving the pilgrims the prelate delivered a short speech say ing he hoped they would receive new spiritual life from Easter which is the purpose of celebrating this religious holiday Answers To Questions on Page 1 1 Britt 2 Gainesville 3 President Roosevelt 4 Tuesday April 14 5 Daniel W Hoan 6 Smith W Brookhart 7 Sally 8 He was exiled to the United States 9 Spain 10 Senator William Borah RADIO PROGRAM STATION AMES VU r MONDAY U n Phop y n Gftlvio Production F rndrinck p accordion band fl30 p story p houf   

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