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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, December 23, 1933
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*iB^?f^u«"jrere^-^^ » SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CONGRESS FACES MANY ISSUES OF GREAT INTEREST House, Senate Democratic Leaders Hope Session to Be Harmonious. By CECIL B. DICKSON. WASHINGTON, Dec. ·?. m~ Many issues of historic importance will be considered by the seventy- third congress after it convenes Jan. 3, but the senate and house democratic leaders now see more hope for an harmonious session that will expedite action on President Roosevelt's legislative program. A few months- ago, these same democratic chiefs anticipated much trouble iu the only regular session of this congress. Now they claim that improved conditions will greatly minimize criticism of the administration's policies. Follow President. Some conservative democrats, who have not been friendly to all phases of the administration's programs, assert, however, that with the primary and general congres- sional elections coming In 1934, many have found- it prudent to follow the president despite their personal convictions. Republicans have passed the word along to their colleagues to avoid committing the party against broad proposals and policies of the administration pending developments. A number of the republicans will, however, continue to sharp- shoot at specific features of the administration's recovery program. May Avert Clash, Gradually the president has taken steps which his leaders say may avert open conflict with this congress, overwhelmingly democratic in both houses. To meet demands of inflationists, Mr. Roosevelt not only started the gold purchasing plan but yesterday proclaimed the London silver agreement in effect. Meanwhile, he has pressed the recovery program from different angles. The situation is such that Representatives Byrns of Tennessee, the democratic house floor leader, said he did not expect it would be necessary to invoke drastic gag rules to pass administration proposals. Many such rules were necessary in special session last spring-. No Trouble Seen. If house democrats do as Byrns says he expects, there will be no particular trouble there for the party division on opening day wil be: Democrats 312, republicans 114, SEASON'S GREETINGS (9 te @ ^ @ B @ ^ I) We can say no more on the occasion of Christmas than to wish that the patronage we have enjoyed may be returned to our friends in the form of true Christmas joy. Federal Packing Co, PHONE 746 O 218 NORTH FEDERAL We hope that the spirit of good cheer that typifies Christmas will be with you during- the next 865 days of the New Year. HENKEL CONSTRUCTION CO. PHONE 2626 525 NINTH ST. S. E. arm laborites 5, vacanacies 4. In Jie senate there will be 60 demo- rats, 35 republicans and one farm abor member. Topping the legislative calendar s the projected liquor tax measure o be submitted in the fona of a esolution and bearing a levy of S2 a gallon on spirits. It is to be fol- owed by a general revenue bill deigned to raise $270,000,000 by plugging leaks in the income tax law .nd nine regular appropriation bills or tne maintenance of the government in the coming fiscal year. To Balance Budget. In this connection, the admin- stration plans to press for a balancing of the budget on ordinary ex- enditures of the government, esti- nated at $2,600,00^,000 by Budget Director Lewis W. Douglas. In ad dition, however, the administration ms indicated it will ask for funds .hat will swell the outlay to nearly ~G,ODO,OOD,000 through exarodinary expenditures for public works and employment, relief, capital for the reconstruction corporation and var- ous other recovery stimulating en terp rises. Amendments will be proposed to virtually all of the recovery legislation enacted at the special session. This includes particularly the agricultural adjustment act, the Glass- Steagall bill with its provision for insurance of bank deposits, the securities law and the economy act as ,t effects veterans gratuities Something may be done about the NIRA. Waterway Treaty. The ratification of the St. Lawrence waterway treaty with Canada is to be pushed by the administration, alonsr with legislation for reciprocal trade agreements with foreign governments, liquor control, air and ship mail subventions and bus and truck regulation in interstate commerce. The senate will be asked too to confirm many presidential appoint ments made since the last session And on the opening day roll calls eleven new members filling vacan cies caused by deaths or resignat tions--three senators, eight housi members--will take their places foi the first time. Let the bounties of heaven be yours. Let your heart be light, and your labors be rewarded with success. Merry Christmas. AND THE HAPPIEST CHRISTMAS SGHERMERHORN FARMS PHONE 988 CHOIR TO GIVE SACRED CONCERT Trinity Lutherans Plan Pro gram Monday Evening. A sacred concert is to be given a the Trinity Lutheran church Monda evening at 7:30 o'clock. Following ia the program: Pre lude, "Come Hither Ye Faithful," or chestra; processional, choir with or =hestra; opening S c r i p t u r e an prayer, the Rev. O L. N. Wigdah soprano solo, "The Voice of Hin That Crieth in the Wilderness," b Hawley, Mrs. Olga Christian; due 'Away in a Manger," Lieuranc Blanche Lyng and Helen Guldbran son; solo, "O Holy Night," Adam, Mrs. Russell Thompson; solo, "Ges Bambino," A. Petro Yon, Clarenc Odcten; solo, Dikka Moen. Cantata, "The Everlasting Light Ira B. Wilson--Organ prelude, Mr J. C. Odden; piano prelude, Maxin Carmen; bass duet and solo, "Break Forth Into Joy," chorus; double quartet. "He Shall Feed His Flock." Olga Moen, Enola Skram, Beatrice Lysne, Norma Hetland, Carol Am- broseu, Addison Olson and Harold Randall; soprano solo, "The People That Walked in Darkness," Olga Moen and women's octet; anthem i "The Light Is Come," chorus; soprano solo, "Bethlehem," Mrs. Russell Thompson with choir obbligato; soprano solo, "And There Were Shepherds," anthem, "Hail to the Lord's Annointed," contralto solo, "The Virgin's Lullaby," Mrs. Wigdahl, with choir obbligato; soprano solo, "My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord," Fern Metirs; contralto and alto duet, "Room in My Heart for Thee," Clarence Odden, Mrs. Odden; soprano solo, "When the Angels Song," R. M. Stults, Mrs. Olga Christian. Anthem, "Lullaby on Christmas Eve." Dikka Moen, with choir obbligato; anthem, "Alleluia," chorus. The production is directed by Mrs. Wigdahl, with J. C. Odden at the organ and Maxine Carmen at the piano. To Our Many Friends and Customers Again We Say MERRY CHRISTMAS \Ve hope this day brings joy and happiness Highway Oil Corner State and Washington Mason City, Iowa WHAT NOTABLES PLAN CHRISTMAS 'resident at White House With Four Generations of Family. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS How will they celebrate Christ- Some of the country's prominent itizcns will observe the holiday in he following; manner: President Roosevelt: At the white ouse, with four generations of thp Roosevelt family. In the family roup will be the president's mother, Irs. James Roosevelt, his wife, their aughter, Mrs. Anna Dall, the randchildren, "Siatie" and "Buzzie" Dall and the president's sons. The resident will read Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol," an annual Roosevelt custom. Al Smith at Home. Alfred E. Smith, former gover- or of New York; quietly at his ower Fifth avenue, New York, home vith his wife, his five children and ight grandchildren, after attend- ng Christmas services up the ave- lue at St. Patrick's cathedral. He vill be the family Santa, distribut Dg gifts from the tree. General Charles G. Dawes, former ice president: With the family In Svanston, 111.--Especially the three grandchildren. Frank B. Kellogg, America's vorld court judge: No special plans 'I'll be home here in St. Paul, Minn., or the winter. I'm not even planning a celebration today (Friday) or my seventy-seventh birthday." IJarrow Kcnds Jiook, Clai'ence Darrow, Chicago crim- nal lawyer: "We'll spend Christmas at home, reading a good book Three Cities,' if you want to ad- ertise the book." Drs. W. J. and C. H. Mayo, world : amous surgeons: At home it Rochester, Minn., with their fam- lies, probably receiving as in for net- years holiday greetings by the mndreda from all over the world. George Cardinal Mundelidn, Chi cago: Is following his usual Christ mas custom of outfitting 100 poor boys with new clothes. Mary Far From Doug. Mary Pickford: Across the con tinent from her home and acrost the sea from Douglas Fairbank whom she is suing for divorce, wil be playing- four shows at'a Time Square, New York theater. Robert Tyre (Bobby) Jones, for met- golf champion: Christmas a homo in Atlanta with his thre children. Gov. Edwin C. Johnson of Colo rado: Is going to hang up one c bis socks In front of the speaker' desk in the lower house of the leg islature. He wants Santa to fill with--a successful relief legialatio for Colorado." Charles and Anne Lindbergl Will concentrate upon making it happy Christmas for their son, Jon Christmas in the cities: Hoses in Kew Orleans. New Orleans; No mantle of sno- here, but roses are growing in th ards. Famous old French restaur- nts, with special Christmas dishes ade tempting this season by the galization of wines and liquors, ave exhausted reservations. The aseball park will be thrown open 30,000 poor children, invited to ome and get Christmas gifts from doll and toy fund contributed by he public through the New Orleans imes-Picayune. New York: The theater, now at op stride, the hotels and clubs, and undress of relief groups providing inners to the poor, will contribute o the day's observance; but mostly hristmas will be private, home ircle affair that it is in the smallest our corners. 15,000 Children Guests. Kansas City: 15,000 children will e Christmas guests Sunday after- oon of Mayor Bryce B. Smith at Convention hall, with baskets of ruit, candy and nuts for each. Po- tical clubs plan the distribution f between 5,000 and 6,000 baskets f food. San Francisco: Swank clubs, ho- els and theaters will provide the cene for much of the holiday rev- Iry. carrollers will sing- in the treets. Extensive relief measures nsure Christmas thanksgiving foi he city's poor. Los Angeles: More than 200,000 rce dinners will be provided. No pectucles- or special events are lanned. Boston: Christmas eve services on loston common, with a gianl Jhristmas tree, and Mayor Curley tfficiating. We'll see it soon. New Yorker, making week-end trips to the Caro mas, where illegal liquor is still ob tainable.--Midwest Review. It's such a little thing to say, "Merry Christ-" mas," but we say it with all sincerity, trusting that those who do business with us will know the full meaning of the words. Kelroy Fuel Furnace Co. Phono 1'U 137 Fourth St. S. W. LORD COMES UP TO JUNE'S HOPES Shipping Magnate Granted British Divorce From Actress. EDINBURGH, Scotland (ff)-- The court of session today granted Lord Inverclyde, British shipping- magnate, a divorce from Lady Inver- clyde--the actress, June Tripp. Their wedding- in 1029 was one of the outstanding social events of .the season, but the marriage was dissolved at Reno, Nev., in 1931, when Lady Inverclyde was awarded a decree by default. Decree Not Recognized. At that time, she expressed the hope Lord Inverclyde would "play the gentleman and divorce me in England, so that I can not be prosecuted for bigamy in my native land should I remarry and return there." Reno decrees are not recognized in Great Britain. The petition on which Lord Inver- clyde obtained his divorce was directed against Lady Inverclydo and M a t li e w Bartholomew Anthony Paanakker. Alleges Infidelity. The ground of the action was al leged infidelity and the court was Early Service to Be Held on Christmas by Immanuel Lutherans Christmas Day will be observed in the Immanuel Lutheran church with the customary early service at 6 o'clock in the morning. The service will open with the singing of "Silent Night" as processional. Music by the church choir will include "Christmas Hymn," by Christiansen, "The Birthday of a King," by Ncidlinger, and "Sing, O Heavens," by Tours. A q u a r t e t will sing "Hosinnna which has been sung at the-Christ- mag services in this church for many years. The pastor's message will be on "The Peace of Christ." The familiar Christmas hymns will be sung-, with piano and violin accompanient by Miss Cecelia Gustafson and Henry Herfindahl. One hundred dry cleaning estab lishments arc facing prosecution by the NRA. Tinder the new codes th*y inu.ft do their cleaning- in public.-- Xcw York Times JOYEUX NOEL Yuletide Greetings If we chose to sing, it would be in praise of the people who have so generously responded to our business offerings; and to them we offer Yuletide Greetings. READY-TO-WEAR 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. I § ft is our sincere hope that all our patrons and fellow townsmen enjoy a very Merry Christinas. IDEAL SAND and GRAVEL CO. Northeast of City Santa Glaus is to fill your stocking this Christmas with a horde of good wishes from the store that you have patronized so faithfully. 'T/ie General Tire" MULLIGAN £r SON 113 WEST STATE sked to find "the facts and clrcum- ances and qualifications proven elevant to infer the defenders illty of adultery." It was stated in the petition that 10 alleged misconduct occurred during September and October of 1932 in Lady Invcrclyde's flat and also in Paanakker's apartments In London. Both Lady Inverclyde and Paan- akkcr denied the allegations. To nil our friends, to the old ones and the new ones to come, do we wish this Christmas to be the merriest. PHONE 600 LYONS LYONS Launderers and Dry Cleaners O UR entire personnel joins in wishing you a very' Merry Christmas and bountiful Good Cheer in all the days to come. R t f A N » F I E L D S 112 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE · + To Our Patrons and Friends In grateful appreciation for the many kindnesses throughout the year may we express hearty good wishes for a Merry Christmas The officers, directors and employes of this bank hope that an abundance of joy and good cheer will be yours this holiday season. First National Bank MASON CITY, IOWA Affiliated with the NORTHWEST IUNCORPORATION

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