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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE IOWAN APPEARS IN ESTATE SUIT .' . Testimony in Longley Case · · ,, · ' Leads Into Varied Channels. CHICAGO, Feb. 14. UP}-- The testimony, in the suit of George Adair Greene Lougley, contested the right of the widow of the late Albert W. Longley to the full share of his · 51,000,000 estate, reached "into var- I .led channels yesterday. Mrs. Mary Caroline Longley, third wife, who charges that George is either a half brother of the first Mrs. Longley who died in 1927, or an imposter, Introduced Mrs. Belva Branson of .West Branch, Iowa, who had served as a maid in the California home of the Longleys in 192i. -She testified that she had once heard Longley remark: "I never was privileged to have children." C. E. Pinsh, now 75 years old, testified that in all the years he was employed as trainer of the Longley horses at · the Washington Park Jockey cluh at Wheaton, 111., he had never heard him speak of having a son. When the first wife was divorced in 1900, Pinsh said Longley - rejoiced: "We are fortunate in hav- _ ing;no children." - Longley declares he was born 18 months before his mother married Longley, and that he was reared as her half brother. DICTATORSHIP OF SPAIN IS FALLEN . (Continued From Page 1). convening of the cortes, or parlia- merit, they would ask its dissolution and convocation of a conven- . tion to write a new Spanish constitution., The election program, which King Alfonso had put into decree form Feb. 7, bringing within the imme.di- 'ate future a return to parliamentary rule after seven . years of dictatorship and virtual dictatorship, had already been under fire from extremist elements, who had voted not to participate in the ballotting. The loss of support of the strong liberal group headed by De Romanones therefore left the government with little backing with which to proceed. Crisis-Shot Grave. : In view of growing republican agitation," the depressed state of tha Spanish currency and increasing internal dissatisfaction, the crisis was viewed here as most grave, and ont in which the throne itself is threatened. , It was not certain whether a new cabinet could be put together today or would require several days. Meanwhile the Berunguer cabinet will continue. ..The new cabinet, it was indicated, .': .wiU be cbmpbsecL of 'a coalition repr - ' ' monarchist par- FEBRUARY 14 ··1931 at Local . Churches GOLDEN TEXT: "This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners." Timothy 1:15. Two passengers and a pilot aboard a Chicago-Detroit plane were given the thrill of their lives when James T. Siangan, ubove, Chicago, jumped from his seat while the p!nne was sailing over South Bend, Ind., announced he was getting out for lunch, ran up and down the aisle, and then proceeded to attempt to help pilot the ship. He ivas finally subdued [ty the passengers. At Detroit doctors declared his notions might have been induced by air sickness. T.-f Admiral Juan Baptista Azna apparently is being 'considered by the king for the premiership. He was minister of the navy when Primo de Rivera established his dictatorship. SATURDAY IN CONGRESS SENATE: Votes on compromise relief plan. Opponents testify before judiciary .subcommittee on legislation to allow dissemination of ^irth control information. Friday Review. Debated compromise relief plan and agreed to vote Saturday. Sugar refiners apeared before food price investigating committee. Advocates of legislation to allow dissemination of birth control information testified before judiciary subcommittee. Muscle shoals conferees failed to reach an agreement. Banking committee approved nomination of Eugene Meyer of New York, to be governor of the federal reserve board. HOUSE: Considers miscellaneous private bills. Receives Secretary Mellon's statement opposing Bacharach veterans' compensation bill. Immigration committee considers destriction proposals. Friday Review. Passed ?348,000,000 naval supply bill. Independent producers asked ways and means committee to place embargo on oil.Importations. Ways and means committee approved measure to increase loan value of veterans certificates. McFarland Arrested " as Buckley Witness CHICAGO, Feb. 14. (A 1 )--Alfred G. McFarland, ,23, wanted as a missing witness to the killing of Gerald E. Buckley, Detroit radio announcer, was taken into custody by police of the state's' attorney's office today. Simultaneously they announced they cwere seeking a Capone gangster for questioning in the slaying. "ScnsClcr Jo» T,.Robinson Has New Car Valuation. . . DES MOINES, Feb. 14. /P--Annual valuation instead of the original purchase price would be the .basis for motor vehicle fees in a bill introduced by Representative John T. Hansen of Scott county. Under the present Jaw the fee for five years is based upon the first cost of the vehicle. Nominated for Postmaster. WASHINGTON, Feb. 14. CTX-- President Hoover has nominated Hazel N. Chapman for reappoint- roent as postmaster at Bagley, Iowa. ROBINSON HOPES FOR 1932 FADE (Continued From Tage 1), was fighting for a $25,000,000 allowance from Uncle Sam to feed human beings. He fought so hard that altho it was evident he could not win outright, the outlook was that he would force an extra session of congress, which ' the administration was most anxious to avoid. Hence its offer of a compromise. · * * . s THE COMPROMISE proposed pro- 1 vided for a 520,000,000 instead of a $25,000,000 allowance, with an implied promise of the use " of the money to,buy food for humans, but no explicit statement in the legislation to that effect. · Submitted in congress, it immediately met with opposition. Senator La Follette of Wisconsin called it "a face-saving arrangement." Senator Wheeler of Montana described it as "discreditable alike to the president and tho 'senate/?';,, Representative Tflman B. Parks, from Senator Robinson's own state o f Arkansas, termed it "a shjim and a fraud." .Representative Fiorello, H. La Guardia, hailing f r o m Manhattan island, bitterly denounced it for making no allowance- at all to feed the cities' unemployed, whose need, he asserted, is as dire as the farmers'. ' · Senator Robinson, however, agreed to it--not enthusiastically, yet he was acquiescent. It seems strange he did riot realize that, as a presidential candidate, he would need urban as well as rural supoprt, and read a warning in Representative La Guardia's words, if not in Senator La Follette's, Senator Wheeler's and Representative Parks'. But that was not all of it. * * * DY PROFESSION Senator Robin^ son is a lawyer, a member of the Little Rock firm of Robinson, House and Moses. Among tftese associates' clients are the Harvey C. Couch power, railroad, banking and many other large interests in Arkansas, Lopis- iana and Mississippi., Mr. Couch, himself, while not in politics, often lends Himself to public movements in behalf of the section he is so active in developing. He was Arkansas food administrator during the World war, had charge of state food relief during the Mississippi valley inundation of 1927, and is chairman of drought aid in the afflicated commonwealth at present. Having been frequently in contact with President Hoover before, it was natural for him to visit the white house in the course of the emergency of today, and if, as reported, he suggested to the presi- of the" comprise" above referred to, there was no reason why he should not have done so. It may not be true that he did, but it is quite widely believed and Certainly there is no harm in believing it. * * * * TO SUMMARIZE:-^ It is absolutely o. k. for Senator Robinson to be associated with Robinson, House and Moses; equally so for Robinson, House and Moaes to be lawyers for the H. C. CoucH power and other interests; perfectly proper for H. C. Couch to have suggested (if he did suggest) the much- discuascd drought relief compromise to President Hoover--and undoubtedly Senator Robinson used nothing but his best, unbiased judgment in deciding 1 that it was o good, compromise to accept, even tho his acceptance of it surprised a great many folk. Nevertheless, politicians do link such circumstances together in so uncharitable a fashion that It makes them wonder whether the senator has not seriously injured whatever presidential chances he may have had. ADVENTIST S. I). A;--Sunday night meeting in Y. M. C. A. Subject for 7:45 p. m "Where Is the Kingdom that Flesh and Blood Cannot Inherit?" In the church, 1416 South .Deuaware, Sab bath school 9:30 a., m. (Saturday) -preaching at li. Prayer meeting 8 p. m., Wednesday.--A. G. Christiansen, pastor. . BAPTIST. First---"Life's Great Gamble" wil be the subject of the Sunday evening sermon, delivered as the third in |he. series of eight:discusslons on the "Romance of Life." Singing 01 familiar old songs as well. as the hymns of the church will feature the program which" Begins' 'at 7:30 Morning worship opens : at 10:50 with "Sarbande, 1 ' by .Bach, being played as the prelude with Mrs Stinehart at Oxe organ. For .the. offertory she will play "Faith," bj Mendelssohn, and for the recessiona '.'March," by Stults. Mrs. William Hathorn will conduct the adult choir in the singing of the anthem and the pastor will deliver the sermon. The_ invitation to accept Christ will be-given in this service. Church school .opens, at 9:45 under the direction of. Mrs. C. L. Marston.,At 4 Sunday afternoon all intermediate boys and girls are requested to be present at the church for the organization of an Intermediate B. Y. P. U. society. Senior B. Y. P. U. will open at 5:45. AH members are to bring their fathers. A lunch will be served and the service will be in the nature of a toast program With the subject, "What .Is Implied In, Gpd .Is My Father?" for discussion. Members of the World Wide Guild Will meet Thursday evening in the home ' of Anzonetta Whitney. The subject will be "Black Diamonds.' On account of the world day of program the Ladies Aid will meet on Wednesday of this week instead .of Friday. Mrs, August Johnson's division in charge. Picnic supper at the church Wednesday, at 6:30 followed by the program of the school of leadership training.--J. L. Pickett, minister. CATHOLIC . Holy Family -- Second street northwest. Sunday masses at 7, 8:30 and 10:30 o'clock. Father R. -P. Murphy; Father Barnes, assistant. St. Joseph--Masses at 6, 7:30, 9, and 10:30 a. m. Benediction and rosary at 3 p. m. The Rev. Dean P. S. O'Connor, Father Krieger, assistant. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ, Scientist- Washington and Third Street northwest. Sunday services 11 a. m. Sub : ject, _"Soul." Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Wednesday testimonial meeting; | 7:45 p. m. Reading room, east end of church. Week days, 9:30. a, m., to-D p. m., except Wednesdays, when it clones at 7-p. m. : --.··.·/· .'\ -,, ; ·... CHURCH OF CHK1ST Adams averiue-p-9 ;3fl, Bible school session. Morning theme, "Lincoln's Place in Christianity." 6:30, Endeavor. 7:30 evening theme, "A I Great Chapter in Christian Strategy." Miss Dorothy Hicks, organist. Morning ^numbers, prelude, "Largo," Handel. Offertory, "Shepherd's Morning Song," Davis. Evening, "Jesus . My Savior, Look on Me,' 1 Nevin. , CONGREGATIONAL ... First--Bible, school 9:45. Worship 11. Pilgrim group . 6:30."Evening worship 7:30. Boy Scouts Monday evening 7:30. Union Lenten service in First Methodist church Wednesday evening 7:30. Women's union 'in a luncheon at 1 o'clock/The worship in music will consist of two organ selections by Mrs. Ehlers: Prelude by Leslie Calvin, and "Postlude" £y Bruce :Stearne. Anthem, "The Lord Is Kingi" Marston, and solo by Mr. Crosen, "O Loving Savior," Bailey. There will be a gooO program -pf music at the evening worship. Mrs. Ehlers will give two organ selections, "Tranquility in a Mountain Church," . Milligan, and "March in G," Galbralth, Anthem,; "The Lord of Glory Is My Light," Emmerson, and solo by Mrs. Bennett, "Unto Thee, O Lord," Marzo. At the morning worship the Rev Herbert O. Allen will preach. At the evening worship Dr. Dibble will preach from the theme, "An Inheritance Worthwhile."--William L. Dibble, minister. EPISCOPAL St. John's--Holy communion 8 a m., church school service with instruction 9:45 a. m. Holy Communion and sermon 11 a. in. The rector will preach Sunday morning on the "Hardness of the ChrisLlay Life." Asb . Wednesday, Feb. 18, marks the beginning of Lenten services. There will be celebrations of the Holy Communion at 7:30 and at 9:15 a. m. Bsginning on Thursday there will be a daily celebration of the Holy Communion at 7:30 a. m. except on Wednesdays when the celebration will be at 7 and on Fridays when it will be at 9:15. Beginning with Ash Wednesday, there will be a service 'every Wednesday night at'7:30 consisting of the litany with meditations. Beginning on Friday, there will be a class for confirmation instruction at 7:30 in the guild parlor. There will also be a class for young men and women on Sunday mornings at 9:45. Cards outlining the entire Lenten program may be had upon application to the church office. St. John's guild will discontinue its meetings during Lent. St. Katherine's guild met Wednesday and elected Mrs. J. E. Donnelly president; Mrs. E. C Moore, first vice president; Mrs. A. D. Klein, second, vice president; Mrs. Leslie Hawkins, corresponding secretary; Mrs. R. F. Kunz, recording secretary; Mrs. C. G. Maudsley, treasurer. The woman's auxiliary to the national council will hold weekly meetings thruout Lent on Friday afternoon. Mrs. C. F. Hinton will lead the group in the study of India. The Acolytes guild will not meet this week. The church has received this week a beautiful fair JriSUS, THE FRIEND OF SINNERS linen altar cloth, hand embroidereJ by a member, of the parish, The choir will meet for its rehearsal on Wednesday nights .after .the 7:30 service and not on Friday nights. Special music for the 11 o'clock service Sunday morning includes the prelude "The Bells of Aberdobey" oy Stewart; the postlude, ''Polonaise Militaire" by Chopin, and the offer- ;ory, "I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say," by LOTHEKAN Bethlehem -- Between Fourth and Hfth streets on North Delaware -I a. m. Graded Sunday school and Jible class. .10 a. m. English serv- ce. Sermon topic: "Behold the Son if Man, the Obedient Servant of the ord," Mt. 20,17-28 11 a. m. Gernan' service. Monday "evening at :30 adult class No. 1 at parsonage. Tuesday evening at 7 and Saturday morning at 9 children's class at the church. Wednesday evening at 7:45 German Lenten service. Thursday evening at 7:45 English Lenten service. Sermon topic: "Christ's Anointment . f o r .-His^ ^Suffering; Death and Burial,'.' Job. 32, . 1-8. Friday .evening at 7.-30 adult class No. 2 at home of Mrs. D. Pigman-C. A. Hinz, pastor.. Central -- State and Connecticut-Sunday school 9:45. D. K. Lundberg, superintendent. New membership campaign now on. Morning .worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon by the pastor. Theme "Up to Jerusalem With Jesus." Music for this service is: Prelude, "Prayer," Kuhnhold; Anthem, "Deliver Me," Miles; offertory, "Liebestraum," Liszt; postlude, "Epilogue," Diggle. Luther league at 6:30. Topic "The. Church as a Family." Jane Parker, loader. Vesper service 7:45. Sermon subject, "How Much Better is a Man Than a Sheep V" Waffle supper sponsored by the second division of the men's brotherhood Tuesday, Feb. 17, 5 to 8 o'clock. Mid-week Lenten service Wednesday night at 7:30. Catechism Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock.-- The "Rev. George G.' Parker, pastor. Immanuel -- Corner Fifth and Jersey southeast. Graded Sunday school and Bible class at 9:30. Morning W9rship at 10:30. This will be a celebration of the Lord's Supper. Communion meditation, "Our Understanding and Sympathetic High Priest." The anthem will be "Bread of the World," by Jones. The evening service is at 7:30. The pastor will preach from the theme, "Journeying to Jerusalem with Jesus." Special music by the Brotherhood quartet. Luther league Thursday at 8. A patriotic program will be presented. Committee, Ellen and Esther Landgren. Choir Friday 7:30. Confirmation' class Saturday at 10. The Junior mission band will meet with Mrs. Anna Frederickson, 638 South Washington, Saturday at 2. -- B. T. Erholm, pastor. Our Savior's -- Jefferson and Twenty-fifth street southwest. Sunday school at 10; confirmation at 6 Evening worship 7:30. Sermon theme, "Our Call to Be Holy." 1 Peter .1:13-16. Ladies' aid Wednesday at 2. Sunbeam workers 'Saturday afternoon. St. Jniues -- 502 Sixth street southeast. Graded Sunday: school, 9 a. m. Ella . Woisnak, superintendent. American services at 10 a. m. Text, St. Luke 18, 31-43. Wartburg L. L. at 7 p. m. Debate on "Capital Punishment." No -- F. Pape and Elsie Broers. Yes -- Winifred Dreher and E. Stepharr. Judges -- Ella Woisnak, Anna Stephan and Elsie Buehler. Bible verse on "Punishment." Choir will practice Friday evening. First Lenten sermon. -- Oswald E. G. Mall, pastor- : Trinity -- Penn avenue and Fifth street southeast -- 9:30 graded Sunday school and Bible class. J. F. Williams, superintendent. 10:45 o'clock morning worship. "The Spirit of the Present Generation" -Matthew 11, 16-24. Anthem by choir, "Hail to the Lord's Annoint- ed." -- Ira B. Wilson. Contralto solo by Mrs. O. L. N. Wigdahl-- "O Rest in the Lord," Mendelssohn. Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. Sermon theme, "The Builders" -- Matthew 21, 33-44. Special music. Brotherhood meeting Tuesday 8 p. m. Wednesday afternoon at 2 :30 o'clock, Mrs. C. Mellang will entertain' the Lincoln circle at 517 North Massachusetts avenue. Choir at 7;30 o'clock.. Cottage prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 p. m. at P. M. Anderson home, 152 Seventh street southwest. Father and son banquet Friday evening at 6 o'clock. Confirmation class Saturday at 9 o'clock. Seventh grade at 10:30 o'clock and sixth grade at 11:15 o'clock.--Oliver L. N. Wigdahl pastor. . Calvary--1615 Delaware avenue northeast--9 o'clock, morning worship. Sermon theme, "The Spirit of Our Times"--Matthew 11, 16-24. 9:30 o'clock, graded Sunday school «n_d Bible classes.--Oliver L. -N. Wigdahl, pastor. .. METHODIST First--10:45 Morning worship. Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. 7:30 Short sermon by pastor on "What We Are Facing This Week." Ward Hamilton will give a short talk, and the sextet from the Hamilton college of .commerce will 'sing- two .double numbers. Speolal music by the choir 'and organist. 9:30 church school: .Men's class in courthouse. Queen Esthers in P. G. and E. auditorium. 9:30 Junior church. Miss Seaman, director. 10:45 Junior church s c h o o l . 5:00 .Asbury league social hour. 6:30 Epworth league devotional services. Mr, Arroyo, Mrs. Saldivar and Mr. Aguilera, all of the Mexican congregation, will furnish the program for the Asbury league. --William H. Spence, minister. Free Methodist--146 Sixth street S. W.. Sunday school at 10:00 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Jail tfneeting at 3 o'clock. Y. P. and class meeting . at 7 o'clock-. · Men's prayer band meets Tuesday evening. Regular prayer meeting on Wednesday evening.-George Reichert, pastor. Olivet--South Federal Ave. and Twentieth streDts. Shurch school at 9:50 a. m. C. K. Kinney, superintendent. 11:00. Morning worship. Sermon theme: "Twentieth Century Prayers," the last of a aeries of three sermons on the general theme of "Prayer." The choir will sing "Still, Still with Thee," by McCon- noughey. 6:45 p. m. Kpworth league --Topic: "How Old is Your Mind? Leaders, Dorothy Cookman and Ruth Galbreth. 7:30. Evening- son.ft service. Sermon theme: "I Forgot Something." The Young People's choir will furnish the special number. Ladies aid will meet Thursday afternoon, entertained by Mesdames Kellar and Kinney. Home guards, meet Wednesday after school with Mrs. W. Ross Clark, 1324 South Delaware. Queen Esthers meet Tuesday evening with Dorothy Cookman, / 13 Twenty- fourth street southwest. Mid-week service of prayer and choir practices Wednesday evening.--William Galbreth, minister. Union Memorial--Fourth street and North Carolina avenue Morning worship at 11 o'clock. The pastor will preach, using for his subject, "A Cry of Victory or Despair." Text Jer. 8:20. In the absence of Mrs. Walls, Mrs. J. C. McGinty will preside at the piano. Church school at 12:30 p. m. Mrs. M. M. Brewton superintendent. Miss Berlina Woods, pianist. The men's class, taught by the Rev. W. L. Lee, will meet at its regular place and hour. At the evening worship hour, 7:45, the Woman's Home Missionary society will hold its annual thanks offering service, with a special program. Midweek prayer service Wednesday evening, 8 o'clock, at the residence of Tyler Stewart, 1017 South Washington avenue.--J. C. McGinty, pastor. Zlon--East State and Rock Glen --German service at 9:30 a. m Sunday school at 10 a. m. English service and the Lord's Supper at 21 a. m. Epworth league at 7 p. m. At 7:30 p. m. we will show "The Open Door." This picture consists of five reels and gives a survey of the work of the Methodist church in many parts, of the United States and some of her territorial possessions. Wednesday evening at i o'clock the prayer meeting is at the home of Christ Schmidt. On Tuesday evening the Epworth league will IOWA DRY LAWS BRACED BY HOUSE (Continued. From Page 1). to discuss the bill today and a controversy flared until a motion for adjournment was made. JUef Loses Out. By a vote of 42 to 31 the house defeated the' Torgeson bill which would designate Oct. 9 as Lief Erickson day. The Worth county representative characterized the Norsemen as the discoverers of America. He said that the bill would only give the right to bring the acts of Erlekson before the schools. Representative L. B. Forsling of Woodbury county opposed the bill. The house also defeated by a vote of 49 to 29 the Brown bill requiring that plats conform to city requirements before adoption. Bills passed by the house included: By Ditto and Mead--Correcting the code relative to state aid for fair associations. Correct Vehicle Law. By the judiciary committee--Correcting the motor vehicle law, changing the allocation of supreme court reports and. defining, felonies. , By Durant--Permitting the. publi- cation'of drainage, notices in other than county seat papers, By the committee on'agriculture --Changing the classification of inspection fees for scales. By Senator Kimberly -- Giving charter cities equal rights with other municipalities regarding issuance of bonds for construction of interstate bridges. The bill affects only Davenport. Sandino Says Fight Will Not Stop Until All Marines Are Gone MEXICO CITY, Feb. 14.--Augus- tinp Sandino, Nicaraguan insurgent leader, is determined to continue his fight for complete Nicaraguau independence until the last American marine has left the country, his representative, Dr. Pedro Jose Cepeda, said today. , The plan of the American state department for withdrawal of marines will not bring immediate peace in Nicaragua, he said, and any scheme for gradual withdrawal of armed forces means that gueril- a warfare vfcl continue for at least another year. meet at the Y. M. C. A. at 7:30 for a. social gathering.--G. H. Kohler, pastor. PKESBl'TEIHAN First--9:4o a. m., church school. 11 a. m., worship. Theme, "Love and 'Marriage." The senior choir vill :Sing, " "The Sabbath. Dawns With Welcome Rest," by Abt. Mrs. ""-._ E. Gilman will sing, "Because," by d'Hardelot. Organ selections by electrical transcriptions will be played, including ."The .Largo," rlandel; ''The Angelus," Massenet, and" '"Halleiujah' Chorus," "Handel. 2:30 p. m., junior endeavor and ightbearers. 6:30 p. m., senior endeavor. Birdella Lightbody discusses "Common Perplexities." 6:30 p. m:, forum. Corinne Kidder answers "Why .Belong to Church'?" 7:30 p. m., worship. Three orations on stewardship by Frances Mac- Vlillan, Thayer Curry and Bud Conlon. Friday, 7:30 p. m., missionary society all church night. Mrs. Campbell as leader will present a stewardship play. Hostesses, Mrs. risher and Mrs. Fischbeck. George K. Davies, minister. East Side--11 · a. m., church ichool. Bud Conlon, superintend6nt. MISCELLANEOUS Alliance Gospel Tabernacle--616 North Delaware avenue. Sunday school, 2 p. m. Preaching service, p. m. The Rev. Earl Gulbranson, St. Paul,.will speak both in the af- ernoon and evening. A cash and Iedge offering will be taken^'at loth services for the local work. Special singing- in the afternoon by he Rev. and Mrs. Schmidt. Y. P. meeting, p. m. Evangelistic serv- ce, 8 p. m. The Rev. Mr. Gulbran- lon will speak. The choir will sing :wo numbers. Prayer meeting Tuesday, 8 p. m, Bible study, Friday, 8 p. m. J. A. Schmidt, pastor. Church of the Nazarcnc--Third street and Jackson avenue south- vest. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching'at 11 a. m. Young poo- le's meeting at 7 p. m., conducted )y Miss Erma Wyborney. Freach- ng at 745 p. m. Bible study at the home of Harry · Leonard. Prayer and fasting service at the home of V. M. Logue, South Adams avenue, ThursdaJ? at 2 p. m. Cottage prayer meeting Friday evening. In about wo weeks a course of Bible itudy by Sidney Collett will be aken up. The course is entitled 'All About the Bible.'; R. D. Wiggins, pastor. Full Gospel Chupel--410 South r aclcson avenue. Sunday school, 0 a. m. Morning worship, 11. Young people's society, 7 p. m. vening service with preaching, 8 I'clock. Elder W. H. Spivie, min- ster. Good Will Mission--1631 North Jonroe avenue. Sunday school at 0:30. Preaching services at 11:30. Services Sunday evening at 7:30. Tuesday at 2 p. m., class in English or foreign speaking neople. .Thursay evening at 7:30, Bible study and rayer .hour. Saturday · at 2:30. children's hour. Grace Evangelical--Sunday school vill begin at 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11. The Junior and the In- .ermediate E. L. C. E. will meet at 6:45 p. m. The Senior E. L. C. E. vill meet at 7. Evening worship at ~:30. The Rev. P. W. Pfaltzgraff vill preach from the theme "Divine ompanionship" at 11 a. m. and "A Backslider Reclaimed" at 7:30 p. TI. There will be special music. The "ourth quarterly conference for this conference year will be held Thursday evening, Feb. 26. The presid- ng elder, the Rev. J. A: Haehlen l preach and preside at the bua- ness meeting.--P. W. Pfaltzgraff, IN DAY'S NEWS LONDON, Feb. 14. LT)--lady Aster's claim In the house of commons yesterday that Australians won their recent, cricket matches- with England because they do not .drink, with its obvious implication that the British lose because they do, · has stirred the ire of many leading English cricket players. Lord Tennyson, famous batsman enroute to New York aboard the Olympic, and A. W. Carr, who like Lord Tennyson played against the Australians, said the suggestion was "absolute rot." Both said, tho reason the Australians won was because they were- better cricket players and both wanted to know what the American born peeress knew about cricket. Carr suggested that it would better if the members of the commons learned to mind their own .busi- By C. E. BtJTTERFIELD Associated Press Kadio Editor (Time is central standard thruout) NEW YORK, Feb. 13. W 1 )--Wiil Rogers is to make three radio appearances this month. The comedian, who generally gets paid quite a sum when he faces the microphone at times other than spe: cial occasions, is to take part in three NBC programs as an expression of gratitude to the.Revelers quartet. This group is now touring .he southwest with Rogers in behalf of the Red Cross drought relief fund. He will be heard with Olive Palmer and artists, WEAF chain, ?eb. 18, in the family party, also WEAF, Feb. 23, and with the' Salon orchestra, WJZ' group Feb. 26; / Transfer-License. Announcemnet by NBC that it las filed application with the federal radio commission for the transfer of the license of WENR, 50,000 watt key transmitter to the chain, will give the network its first cey transmitter in Chicago. In the past it has been using various associated stations there. The transfer, it was stated, will bring no change to the NBC program now going over WGN, WIBO, KYW and WCFL. Florence Easton, operatic soprano, whose previous .radio engagement was cancelled because of llness, is to sing in the Columbia concert program next Wednesday night. On Radio Saturday. Ted Husing's ;ryortslants, WABC chain at 5. Last of the national republican club Saturday discussions at 7 via WJZ and others. Bugs Baer and his varieties program, WEAF and others at 7:15. Earle Spicer, the Handy boys and Vee Lawnhurst, WJZ group at 7:30. Indian ceremony and band concert, WABC hookup at 8. Work on School at Algona Started by Company at Spencer ALGONA, Feb. 14.--With the signing of a new contract, work was ordered to start at once for the completion of the new high school building. A contract has been signed by the Spencer company to finish the structure for $185,000. It has been said by school members, that the J. A. Mayer construction company of Humboldt, which quit the job, had been paid $64,000 for the wirk done so far. Material and labor claims amounting to about $38,000 have alao been paid. The loss to the Union Indemnity company of New Orleans, the bonding company for the Mayer company, has been estimated at about nearly 533,000. Donald Reed Pleads Guilty and Gets $100 Fine on Booze Charge . CHARLES CITY, Feb. 14.--Donald Reed of Nora Springs pleaded guilty to illegal transportation of intoxicating liquors at Britt Saturday and was fined $100 and costs by Judge C. H. Kelley in the district court. On non-payment of the fine the defendant is to serve three months in jail. He was paroled to Sheriff B. F. Athcrton. Reed was arrested on Jan. 24. Judge Kelley also granted two divorces, both on allegations of cruel and inhuman treatment. Lester Bilharz was separated from Eva Bilharz, to whom he was r.yvr- ricd Jan. 12, 1916, and Coiy R. Kanin was (Svorced from Hilmuth Kanln. The latter pair were married in 1927 at Charlca City. SAYS MANAGER PLANNED HOLDUP Sioux City Theater Manager Blamed by Alleged Robber. SIOUX CITY, Feb. 14. M--A' charge that Mickey Gross, manager of the Orpheum theater here, had plotted the robbery of the show- house last Sept. l and had induce:! him to carry out the theft was made by John Arensdorf, 20, In testimony offered in district court. Arensdorf is being tried on a charge of robbery with aggravation. The version of the robbery as given by the youth yesterday varied only slightly from the confession which police said he made to .them nearly two months ago. Arensdorf's confession was rejected by police and ignored by the grand jury in the investigation. The defense attempted to connect Gross with the robbery in an effort to prove that Arensdorf- had been charged with too severe a crime. Defense counsel contended that the charge should have been conspiracy to embezzle, which carried a sentence on 'conviction of three years in prison. The charge of robbery with aggravation has a maximum penalty of 25 years imprisonment. Cross examination of the defendant opened today's court session. County Attorney Ralph Prichard is prosecuting the case before Judge A. O.- Wake field. Direct examination of Arensdorf was completed yesterday by his attorney, Dave Leopp. · SMOOT OPPOSES VETERANS LOANS {Continued Fmm PnRe l. or float a bond issue to meet the cost of the bSl. Hawley said he favored aid to veterans. He added, however, it seemed the benefit to veterans under the Bacharach compromise estimated to cost from $700,000,000 to 51,700,000,000, would do more harm to the country than it would good to ex-service men. Warns Government. Smoot warned the government already faced a deficit at the end of the fiscal year" "much more" than he predicted several months ago when he placed it at $350,000,000. S . e n a t o r Couzens, republican, Michigan, said in the senate he had been informed of an attempt "to pass the buck on soldiers bonus legislation to the white house." The Michigan senator appealed to the senate to pass some legislation and send it to the white house next week so it would not be subject to a "pocket veto." .Meanwhile supporters of the veterans' -loan, com promise, appeared to be holding firm in. the"face-.pf 'op-,, position." ' " ' · · · " · ' · · ·-" '·*··.'.:: % f: - ' Minority Leader Garner said he felt certain congress would not be materially influenced by the secretary's statements, Garner said had it not been for a $900,000,000 "blunder" of Mel- Ion's when the bonus question wan before congress in 1024, the matter would have been settled. Deficit Estimated "Mr. Mellon estimated a deficit for that fiscal year of some 5600,000,000, whereas there was in reality a surplus of more than 5300,000^000, a small error of 5900,000,000 within a period of less than 90 days," Garner said. Garner said officials of the veterans bureau estimated that not more than 60 per cent of the veterans would take advantage of the loan provision, and that under no conditions would it be necessary to convert government securities into cash in excess of 5500,000,000 for the first six months. The house republican steering' committee, the unofficial group that frames the legislation program, discussed the 50 per cent loan proposal today with Speaker Longworth. The speaker indicated lie planned- to permit the measure to come \m under suspension of the rules Monday 'as he previously planned. ' Reject Proposal Representatives Treadway of Massachusetts and Ramseyer of Iowa, who voted against the proposal in the ways and means committee along with Chairman Hawley and Representative Chindblom of Illinois, discussed the situation. They studied the suggestion of Secretary Mellon that the bill be sent back to the ways and means committee. However, Ramseyer said he dirl not know of any move to carry out the secretary's suggestion and explained it would do no good to file a minority report against it. He said he had been informed the administration would not have been opposed to a 40 per cent loan on the face value of the certificates. Clinton Brewery Site Will Be Occupied by New Lutheran Church CLINTON, Feb. 14. (/W--Tho old Main avenue brewery site, relic of the river raft days when breweries flourished, will give way this year to a modern new church, it was announced by St. John's Lutheran congregation of Lyons. The site occupies a half block on Main avenue and adjoins the parish property which the pastor, the Rev. John Schulz, and family occupy as a parsonage. Temperature Hits 40 Below. NORTH BAY, Ont, Feb. 14. W)-The coldest weather of winter was experienced today in northern Ontario. Temperatures dipped suddenly to 40 below zero in Hornepaynu and 30 below at Cochrane.

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