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HOOVER TO MIX WORK AND PLAY President Plans to Make No Commitments as to Future Policy. U. S. S. ARIZONA, March 21. UP) --Althp · President Hoover is com btnrag'business with pleasure in his trip to Porto Rico arid the Virgin islands, it .was 'understood -today that he plans no commitments on future policy there;-;. ! .The president is looking forward to an opportunity to visualize con ditions and after his study itjs pos sible administration policies may be reshaped, looking forward over a ·period of years to complete self- government. : The impression holds aboard the Arizona, which today was oh her third day out from land and head ing steadily toward Ponce, Porto Rico; that the trip can be taken as presaging more 'direct attention to insular problems. . T h e hattlesiip today had passed from the balmy latitudes into (those of tropic heai, Flannels, arid white clothes are in order, and almos . everyone aboard are taking as littli exercise as-possible.-'.: " The president last night saw an open air movie of a detective story A thousand officers and men were packed back of,him on anything they could find for seats. . The impressive sight of two war ships along the rail greeted Prest dent Hoover this morning. ' The destroyer DuPont came along side with its. band playing and its crew dressed. in white to give the president a greeting before it re lieved the destroyer Taylor, which .turned back to Norfolk. President-Jtoovor and Secretaries Hurley 'and Wilbur accompanied Captain Freeman this morning on the rounds of his regular Saturday inspection. CHAPLAINS BLAME BOARD OF PAROLE (Continued Fjrom-PaKe-i). .three escaping convicts on Feb. 22 as "nothing but murder." . . . . "Guards," he said, "should be held on the walls to-stop convicts escap^ ing and should not .be placed on the outside to'watch,them get over, the .wall and then kill them. It was plain murder." Tells of Drug Traffic., Whitraeyer told of learning- of traffic in narcotics and denied that he had carried letters out of the prison, excepting in one case, Avhen he reconciled a husband and wife, on the written promise of the con- .vict to "go straight and be a good husband." "I to ok-that, letter out," the chaplain, said, "because the girl was a member, oimj^cuurch and I brother , auurwer'back promising 1 to wait for her* husband's release. I felt it my duty." . . He learned of traffic jn narcotics thru references to it in letters prisoners gave him to take but but which he either destroyed or saved for "reference. "When I reported the references to- narcotics to Deputy Wardens Erickson and Davenport, I withheld the names of the writers and suggested that, my office be watched, and all men coming in be frisked for letters. I wouldn't report any of the men who had come to me in confidence." . . : . Poor Lose Out. , Discrimination against, poor convicts, attempts to.'fprce prospective parolees to tell on partners hi crimes still outside the prison, as a audition of release, and dictation on paroles by the Cook county state's attorney's office were among the specific charges made by Whitmeyer, "Inmates'represented by lawyers and politicians, also get consideration," .the clergyman said. , Unrest climaxed Wednesday by the million dollar prison' fire, was. ascribed as due to'.the practices o: "the parold .board and the parole board only" by Mr. Whitmeyer. "I. have nothing but commenda tion of Warden 'Hill," he told the committee, "if he , is taken away from here it wiU.be the biggest mis take ever made. Trouble lies at the door of the pardon, and paroli board and there only," he said... Ipwan Dies of Injuries Got in Tractor Mishap BURLINGTON, March 21. - iLeslie ChUsen, 41, O f Winfleld, die here early today as the result of In juries -suffered a week ago whe he ,fe.ll from his tractor and was dragged .thru a wire fence. He i survived by his widow. BERLIN, March 21. M-- The bitterness of political dissension in Germany was .brot once more into sharp relief today when the reich stag and the Prussian diet met -to pay tribute to former Chancellor Herman Mueller. His death last night removed another German statesman who personified the policy of conciliation and treaty fulfillment. , The f eichstag convened at noon with many members garbed in riack out of respect to the former chancellor, but the national social- sts, the nationalists and even the communists were absent from the chamber as President Loebe lieg the session with a eulogy 'to his departed comrade. In the Prussian diet only one :ommunist was present, and he reused to stand when other members dse in token of respect for Herr Mueller. A' tumult ensued and it eached a climax when infuriated ocial democrats spat on the stub- ornly disrespectful members. Dr. Mueller, 54, was chancellor nd one of the two or three most nfluential men of German postwar olitics. 200 Passengers Safe After Vessel Ground : GLASGOW, Scotland, March 21 UP)--Two hundred passengers -wer landed safely on Little Cambra Island in the Firth of Clyde toda after the Canadian Pacific line Montclare, inward bound from Greenock, was grounded on a hit den: reef on the northwestern sit of the island today in'a dense fog. Dickinson Proposes Letts for Judgeshi] WASHINGTON, March 21.--For :mer Congressman P. Dickinso Letts of Davenport is urged as federal judge In the District of Co lumbla by Senator L. J. Dickinson according- to the senator. Letts is now a special attorney in the department of justice, en gaged in. condemnation proceedings of the department to acquire sites. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FORMER CHANCELLOR MARCH 21 1931 Sunday at -Local '-Churches GOLDEN TEXT: "Be not drunk with wine, wherein is excess; but be filled with the ' . :, spirit." Ephesians 5: 18. HERMAN MUELLER Death of Former Leader Brings No Break in Strife GANDHI TO TAKE PART AI MEET Iust\ Settle Hindu-Moslem Question Before Second Round Table. NEW DELHI, India, March 21. }--Mahatma Gandhi agreed today o participate in the second round i-ble conference at London this fall f he succeeds in settling the Hindu- Moslem communal question. * . He told Viceroy Irwin today he elieved. .this question could De olved' by granting universal adult ranchise. This and other important deci- ions were reached today at a min*x- ure round table'conference at the Vice-Regal palace in .which Lord Irwin, Gandhi and the confress of In- llan princes participated. MRS, DOLLUM, 82, IS BURIED Funeral Services Are Helt at Kiester; One Son Is Surviving. KIESTER, Minn., March 21.-Funeral services for Mrs. Ole Dol lum, 82, who died in a hosptta Wednesday from old age infirnjities were held here today at the Imman uel Lutheran church with the Rev A. J. Arneson officiating. The de ceased is survived by one son, Peter of Albert Lea. Mr. and Mrs. Dollum were former residents of ' nea Kiester and lived for. many year on a farm east of town. ' Small Cottages Will Be Used for Needy in Palo Alto Count} EMMETSBURG, March 21.--Th Palo Alto county supervisors ar planning on establishing five or si. small cottages at the., county poo farm where they can house need families better and at less pxpens to the county than at present. Th county now owns two small house which will be moved to the count farm ^n .the near future. Three o four more will be built new or. pur chased and moved outl On Way'to Washington. MARBLE ROCK, March 21.-Mrs. Maude Heft Dawson and chi dren visited Lee Lamb while en route · to Washington where he husband, Charles Dawson, has cafe. Play Is Crlvcn Again. KANAWHA, March 21.--The three act play, "Little Clodhoppers,' was given again at the schoolhous one mile north of East Lake. ABVENTIST S. D. 'A.--Sunday night meeting in Y. M. C. A. Subject, 7:45 p. m., "The Call to-Come Out of Babylon," FleV. 18:4. At ' the church, 1416 South' Delaware, Sabbath school, ):30 a. m. (Saturday) arid preach- ng at 11. Prayer meeting, 8 p, m. Wednesday. Young people's meet- ng, 7:45 p. m. Friday. A. G. Christiansen, pastor. BAPTIST . First--/'Prelude and Fugue," No. 2, by Bach; "Melody," by- Heller, iDd "Gavotte," by Schanvenka, will be the special , orga^ numbers played by Mrs. J. E.'Stinehart during the morning worship service which opens at 10:50. The chorus choir under the direction of Mrs. William Hathorn' will stag the anthem and the pastor will deliver the sermon on the theme, "Jesus---The Great Physician." The.invitation to accept Christ and unite with His church will be given. Church school opens at 9:45 under the direction of Mrs. G. L. Marston. In the evening service of N worship' the pastor will conclude the series of sermons on "The Romance of Life" with the sermon entitled, "The Western Window." B. Y. P. U. meets'at 6:30 in'charge of Service Commission, with Miss Thelma Searle as leader. Topic, "Important Ideas in John 3:16." A meeting, continuing the study of evangelism, will be held Wednesday evening beginning at 7:45 Jewel 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, 7s30, 9, and 10:3Q a. m. Benediction-and rosary at 3 p. m. The Rev. Dean P. 3- O'Connor, Father Krieger, assistant. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ, Scientist -Washington and Third street northwest. Sunday services, 11 a. m. Subject,- '"Matter." Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.. Wednesday evening- testimonial meeting, 7:45. Reading- room, east end of church. Week days, 9:30 a. m. to 9 p. m., except Wednesdays, when it closes at 7 p. m. CONGREGATIONAL First--Bible school 9:45. Worship 1. Pilgrim group 6:30. Evening vorship 7:30. Boy Scouts, Monday :30. Energetic class, Thursday for n all day meeting. Harmony Guild n luncheon at 1 o'clock Friday. At 1 o'clock the service in music will onsist of two organ selections by Mrs. Ehlers: "Intermezzo," by lichter, and "Festal -March," by rey. Anthem: "Judge Me, O God,'.' iiendelssohn, and solo by Mr."'Pool: Gethsamane," , Salter. s Dr, pibble will i preach- frota' the'theme: "Investment in,Culture." There will be a program of "music, at 7:30. Mrs. Ehlers will play on the organ: Tsle of Dreams" by Torjussen, and Allegro," by Kroeger. Anthem: "O ""aradise," Ambrose, and solo by Mr. Crosen. Dr. Dibble will preach rom the theme: "Truest Manhood." --William L. Dibble, minister. EPISCOPAL St. John's-- First street and ennsylyania avenue northeast, Holy communion at 8 a. m.; Church chool instruction at 9:45 a, m.; morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m.; vesper service of sacred music at 3:30 p. m. Special music 'or morning service will consist of lie prelude, "Quand tu Chantez,' iy Gounod, offertory, "I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say," by Dykes, and Mstlude will be "March" by Gal- Draith. The. afternoon music ,will consist of prelude, "Bells of Aber- dovey," by Stewart, anthem by MacFarlane; a violin solo, "Ave Maria," by Gounod, played by Earl Dean; the duet, "Emmanuel," by Coombs, by Mesdames Bennett anc Maudsley; organ soloj "Meditation 1 from Thais, Massenet, played by Mrs. R. E. Patton; the vocal solo "Unto Thee, O Lord" by Marzo Mrs. Bennett; anthem, "Ride on Ride on!" by Scott, Meadames Bennett and Maudsley and Mr. Dean and Mr. Cross en; the offertory an them, "If Ye Abide in Me" ty Nevin; choir, with Dr. R. F. Kunz as tenor soloist; postlude, "March, 1 by Lowden. There will be anbthe vesper service on Sunday afternoon March 29, at. 3:30 p. m. which Is the annual admission service to the Girls Friendly society. March 2£ Palm Sunday, the music and dec orations will be in keeping with th day. Services during the coming week are as usual with the Hoi; Communion on Tuesday at 7:3' a. m.; Wednesday at 7 a. m.; medi tation -and address on Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m.; Holy Com munion on Friday at 9:15 a. m There will be no celebration of th Holy Communion on Thursday morning. The rector will preach in Clear Lake Monday night and a the Trinity Cathedral, Davenport on Thursday evening. On Frlda; afternoon, at 2 o'clock, the wo men's auxiliary will hold its reg ularly Mission Study Hour unde the direction, of Mrs.. C. F. Hinton Choir rehearsal Wednesday nigh after the evening service. During Holy week there will be-celebra tions of the Holy Communion every morning except Friday and Satur day. On Good Friday, April 3, ther Will be a three-hour service begin ning at 12 o'clock.--The Rev. Rob ert.Morgan Redenbaugh, rector. EVANGELICAL Grace--Fourteenth and Adam northwest. The Rev. P. W. Pfaltz graff wiJl talk from the theme "In fant Baptism," Sunday morning a the 11 o'clock service. In the eve ning his sermon topic will be "Th "Fatherhood, of God According t the Parable of the Prodigal Son. The Sunday school will meet at 1 a. m. In the evening the junior am intermediate leagues meet at 6:4£ The hour for the senior society is 't STEWARDSHIP Evening worship begins with a ijospel song service at 7:30. There will be special music by Donald Johnson who will play his piano- accordion in the evening and Mrs. eorge Scheef will sing a sold. The choir will sing in the morning. The friendly Bunch class will meet Tuesday evening,. March 24, for :heir monthly meeting.--P. W. Pfaltzgraff, pastor. - LUTHERAN Bethlehem--Between Fourth and 'ifth streets on North Delaware. a. m., graded Sunday school and 3ible class. 10 a, m., English serv- ce. - Sermon' topic, "The Meaning f the Cross," John 12:27-36. 11 a. ., German service. Monday eve- irig at 7:30, adult class No. 1 at arsonage. Tuesday evening at 7, and Saturday morning at 9, chil- ren's class. Wednesday evening at :45, German Lenten service. Thursay evening .at 7:45, English Lenten ervice. Friday evening at 7:30, dult class No. 2. · C. A. Hinz, pah- or. i Ceatral-JEast ^ State 'and ^ CoH-, .ecticut. Bible school, 9:45. D:~K: Lundberg-, supt. Divine worship, 1 o'clock. Sermon by the pastor. Tieme, "The Sinless Christ." Music t this service led by Mrs. O. C. orlein, is as follows: · Prelude, Worthy is the Lamb," Handel; anthem, "Judge Me, O God," Men- elssohn; offertory, "I Know That Vly Redeemer Livefch," Handel; iostlude, "Unfold, Ye Portals," iounod. Luther league, 6:30. Topic, "The Jail of the Argentine." Clarence Rivedal, leader. Vesper service, ':15. Sermon subject, "A Man of Conviction." Class for adult in- itruction Monday night at 7:45. ..enten service Wednesday, -7:45. Ladies' Guild meeting Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. The hostesses are Mrs. C. V. Dietz and Mrs. Axel Hermanson. The Lenten devotions will be led by Mrs. N. N. Qiiandahl. Catechism class Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock.. The R,ev. George G. Parker, pastor. Immanuel--Corner Fifth and Jersey southwest. Sunday school and Bible classes at 9:30. .Morning worship at 10:30. Sermon' subject "The Answer to the Question of the Jews, 'Art Thou Greater Than Our F a t h e r Abraham?'" Anthem "Beautiful Savior," Christiansen Sacred concert at 8 by the Lyric male chorus of Gustavus Adolphus college, St. Peter, Minn. Sliver offering. The board of trustees wil meet Monday at 7:30 at the parsonage. Lenten service Tuesday a! 7:30. The board of deacons Wednes day at 7:30 at the parsonage Woman's Missionary society Thurs day at 8. Home missions and India will be presented. Choir. Fri day at 7:30. Adult class Friday at 7:30. Junior class Saturday at 10 B. T. Erholm, pastor. Onr Savior's--Jefferson avenue and Twenty-fifth street southwest Sunday school, 10. Confirmation class, 6. Evening worship, 7:30 Sermon theme, "The' New Jerusa lem." Rev. 21:1-7. The Rev. H. O Urness, pastor. St. James--502 Sixth street south cast. Graded Sunday school, 9 -a m. Ella Woisnak, superintendent American services at 10 a. m. Ger man services at 11 a, m. Text. St John 8:46-59. Special music. Ther will be no sermon at the Englist service, but the children of the con firmation class will be examined The fifth Lenten service will be he! in German Wednesday at 7:45 p. m Choir meets Friday evening. Th holy Lord's Supper will be given 1' English on Palm Sunday. Oswal E. G. Mall, pastor. Trinity--508 Pennsylvania avenu southeast. 9:30 o'clock, grade Sunday school and Bible classes. J F. Williams, superintendent Morn Ing worship at 10:45 o'clock. Evan gellst E. L. Sfcotvold will speak a this service, which is the openln of a series of meetings to contlnu Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock an Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Be ginning Monday evening meeting will continue until Friday evenin. with afternoon · meetings at 2:3 o'clock and the evening meetings at 8 o'clock. General Ladies' Aid Friday at 2:30 o'clock. Hostesses, Mrs. A .J. Carman, Mrs. Vincent Rice and Mrs. E. Reed. Confirmation class Saturday at 9 a. m. Oliver L. N. Wigdahl, pastor. Calvary--1615 Delaware avenue northeast. 9 o'clock, morning wor- hip. 9:30 o'clock, graded Sunday school and Bible classes. Oliver i. N. Wigdahl, pastor. ' ( METHODIST \ First--10:45--Morning worship, 'astor's 'sermon theme: "The Momentous Question." Special music. ":307--Evening worship. Religious rama, "The Heart of the Dream," y the M. C. M. players. The pastor fill give a short address on "Tho .ife Eternal." 9:30--Junior church, laerament of the Lord's Supper. :30--Church school. All departments except junior. Judge Clark's lass in courthouse. Queen Esthers n P. G. E. auditorium. 10.45-- unior church school. 6:30---Ep- rorth league. Both leagues will ave a, Lenten, service..Dr..Spencc speaking to the Wesley League and 'rank Sheffler to the 'Asbury.-- iViUiam H. Spence, pastor. Free--146 Sixth street southwest, unday schooi at 10 o'clock. Morn- ng iworshlp at 11 o'clock. Class meeting and Y. P. meeting at 7 'clock. Evening service at 7:40. VIen's prayer band meets Tuesday vening. No regular prayer meeting this week on account of special meeting at Good Will Mission.-- eorge Reichert, pastor. Olivet--9:50 a. m . -- C h u r c h chool,-. C. K. Kinney, superintend- nt. 11 a. m.--Worship. Sermon heme: "The Object of the Atonement." The choir will sing "Greatly o Be Praised," by Norman. 6:45 p. n.--Epworth league. Topic: "What las Jesus Meant to Others?" Led by Stanley Haynes. 7:30 p. m.--The monthly Sunday evening musical service. The following named students of Gerald Prescott will furnish the numbers: Milton Raizes, in flute solos; Roger Sanborn, in B clarinet solos; Howard Schweer, In cornet solos; Luctle Atkinson, in alto .clarinet solos, and Arlenr Bentz in bassoon solas. The men's brotherhood will meet Monday evening at the'church. Wednesday afternoon the home guards will mee" with Mrs. W. Ross Clark, 1324 South Delaware. Choir practices Wednesday evening--also midweek service using the fifteenth chapter of John. I; O. O. F. Home--2 p. m Sunday school. 3 p. m. church service. Union Memorial--Fourth streo and North Carolina avenue. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. The pas tor will preach his fifth Lenten sermon, using for his'theme, "The Sin less Christ." Scripture: John 8:46 59. Church school at 12:30. Mrs. M M. Brewton, superintendent. Eve ning worship at 7:45. The pasto will preach, using for his theme "Judas." Text: Matt. 26:14-16. Mtd week prayer service Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. Class leader rally, for funds, will close on Sun day, April 12. Annual conferenc convenes on Wednesday, April If at St. Joseph, Mo.--J. C. McGinty pastor. Zion--East State and Rock Glen German service at 9:30 a. m. Sun day school at 10 a. m. and English worship at 11 a. m. and ; at 7:30 p m. Epworth league is at'6:45 p. m The prayer meeting is at the Her man Kupplnger home Wednesda evening at 8 o^lock.--G. H. Kohler pastor. . PRESBYTERIAN First--9:45, church school. 11 morning worship. Theme, "Pictoria Description of the Crucifixion. 11 Mr and Mrs.'Fred Martin will sing, "I Was For Me." The quartet will sing "Spirit of-God," by Bixby. Sermon "The Darkest Hour." 2, Juniors an Lightbearers. 6:30, forum and sen iors. Ann Adelle Johnson and Aim Johnson, leaders. 7:30, illustratec sermon, "Christ the -Light of th World." Tho girls' chorus will sing "O Savior of the World," Goss Monday, 7:30, the Presbyteria guild with . Mrs. Glanvllle, Mrs Easley, assisting. Tuesday, 7 p. m treasure hunt for the seniors Wednesday, 7:30 Lenten service i: i CHURCH FAVORS BIRTH CONTROL 'ederal Council of Church of Christ Approves Use if "Restrained." NEW-YORK, Marcn 21. (^Pi- Birth control thru "careful and retrained use of contraceptives by married people" is approved by the ederal council of the Churches of Christ. Representing approximately 22,- iQO.OOO members of 2? Protestant denominations in America, a ma- ority of the committee on marriage and the home published today a re- ort saying such practice is "valicJ and moral." The report, approved by the administrative committee, was signed ·jy 22 of the 28 members of the sub- ommittee. Thbse approving included Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr., a member of the national board of the Young Yemen's Christian association; George W. Wickersham, chairman of the commission on law enforce- nent, and Mrs. John Ferguson, ·resident of the national council of federated church women. WOMANWTS OF ALLEGED GRAFT Testimony Expected to Bring Chicago Police Officials JBefore Jury. CHICAGO, March 21. OW--Mrs. ·hirley Kub, former undercover investigator for acting Police Com- nisaioner John Alcock, who once Masted-she "had 'enough QU half of ie police captains o f ' Chicago to )low them from their jobs," testified last night before the special jrand jury investigating an alleged police, corruption. The utmost secrecy covered her estimony, but the Chicago Tribune said it was learned that'the jurors read her reports to Alcock, and Jmt her testimony was expected to esult in a parade of police officials before the jury in the near future. Spencer Man Found Dead in His Garage SPENCER, March 21. 65B--John ff. Jensen, insurance agent, was ound dead in his garage'today, apparently having been suffocated by monoxide gas. He'was sitting in his mtomobile with a newspaper in his 'jand. No inquest will be held. As we understand the situation, he democrats are fighting among :hem selves to decide whether they shall fight among themselves now or later.--Virginia Pilot. ' HEADS N. Y. PROBE First M. E. church. Saturday,. 2, moving pictures.--George K. Davies, minister. East Side Sunday school---9:45, Sunday school. Bud Conlon.-superin- enderit. MISCELLANEOUS Christian and Missionary Alliance --616 North Delaware avenue. Sunday school, 2 p. m.»Preaching serv- ce, 3 p. m. .Evangelist Cooper will speak and the choir will sing. Y. P. service, 7 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. The Rev. Mr. Cooper will speak. Miss Kenneson will sing. The revival services continue every night next week including Saturday and at 2' o'clock in the afternoon every day excepting Saturday. Beginning Tuesday Mr. Metcalf from .Cedar Rapids, will be with us to minister in song.--J. A. Schmidt, pastor. Church of the Nazarcne--Third street and Jackson northwest. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Worship, 11 a. m. Jail meeting at 3 p.- m. Younfj people's service at 7 p. m. Subject, "The Vision of a Soul." Special songs by the young people. Evening service, 7:45. Bible study Wednesday evening at Harry Leonard's home. Lesson on the translation of the Bible. Cottage prayer meeting Friday evening. Harry Leonard, leader. Full Gospel chapel--410 South Jacksoa avenue. Sunday school 10 o'clock. Morning worship, 11. Young people's society, 7 p. m. Song service, 7:30 to 8. Evening service with preaching at 8.--Eld W. H. Spivie minister. Good Will Mission -i- 1631 North Monroe avenue. Children's hour Saturday afternoon at 2:30. Sunday morning, Sunday school at 10:30, preaching services at 11:30. Services Sunday evening at 7:30. Class in English on Tuesday afternoon at 2. Bible study and prayer hour In Spanish Wednesday evening at 7:30 Bible study ^nd prayer hour in English Thursday evening at 7:30. Special meetings commencing Tuesday evening and continuing four nights up to and including Friday night The Rev. M. M. Cook of Estherville is the evangelist in charge. He am his wife will sing special numbers.-Ida O. Helgen, minister; Adams St. Church of Christ. 9:30--Bible schooi Morning theme--"On the Da mascus Road." 6;30--Both sections of the En deavor meet. 7:30--Evening theme, "Building Habits." Miss Dorothy Hicks, organist. Morning numbers -- "Cavatina,' Raff. Postlude, Abernathy. Evening--"Ave Maria," Cheru bini, "Eventide," Meale. Mrs. A. Lee Long, director. Morning numbers--Chorus, "Be loved, if God so Loved Us," Kogers Evening--Chorus, "Once More the Twilight Glow," Nevin. Wednesday evening, 7:30--Note · change in program. The double ser vice will be cut almost in half. Ear ly dismission. _The prayer meeting will close so that the teacher train ing may begin earlier and close a 9 Instead o£ 9:30. Former Justice Samuel Seabury reads the letter from Gov. Franldin D. Roosevelt officially appointing him to -conduct tho investigation into the office of Thomas C. T. Grain, New York district attorney. Seems satisfied to accept tho heavy responsibilities, doesn't he? IN THE RADIO WORLD SINCLAIR LEWIS WOULD FORGET Novelist Sticks by Opinion Which Led Dreiser to Slap Him. TOLEDO, Ohio, March 21. #)-Sinclair Lewis, Nobel prize winner, who was slapped by' Theodora Dreiser yesterday in New York, said he wanted to avoid the topic when he arrived here today. , Dreiser, also an author, slapped Lewis after the latter accused him of plagiarizing 3,000 worda from Mrs. Lewis' (Dorothy Thompson) book on Russia. "Anyone interested can read the two books and make his own comparisons," Lewis said.' "There certainly is an unexplained similarity." Lewis was affable to reporters and discussed literature with them while he dined. He will deliver a lecture here tonight By C. E. BUTTERFEBLD NEW YORK, March 21. J)--Let well enough alone, is the theme of the flood .of letters now descending upon program directors of NBC. The epistles deal with the changes being made in- the length of the ilumber music period at 1 o'clock on'the WJZ network. It seems that the idea was that more variety should be injected nto the late program so it was decided to reduce the slumber music o half an houri or at least break into it for 15 minutes. Immediately the downpour of etters started. Even a Broadway rooner made a personal visit to he studios to see what could be lone about it. A special American Legion, pro- rain, a reception to Ralph P. D'Neil, national commander, is to be broadcast from Montreal, Canada, by WJZ. and stations In place of real folks on Monday night. SATURDAY· Finals of" tne~men's ,- loor tennis tournament. --' ;hain 2:00 to 4:00 p. m:, Ted Huslhg announcer. Jack Murray, basketball author- ty, guest speaker in Ted Husing's iport slants, WABC chain at 5:00. Broadcast from the Boy Scout's first campfire of spring in New Jersey, WEAF hookup at 5:15. Ben Alley, tenor, and Ann Leaf at the organ, WABC and others at CAMERAMEPLY TO PHOTO WRECK Hope to Outspeed Balchen, Delayed in St. John for Cargo. ST. JOHN, N. B., March 21. (/Pi- Excited over the possibility of beating Bernt Balchen to the scene of the Viking disaster, R. P. Fogg of Concord, N. H., and AI Mingalone, aerial cameraman, hopped off. for Sydney, N. S., early this afternoon. They had reached here from Concord about noon and spent most of the stay refueling. They will seek pictures bearing on the disaster. Meanwhile Balchen, transAtlantic pilot who arrived yesterday from Boston on a rescue mission, was delayed by an overnight cargo: After taking off from the airport and alighting on the main harbor, he found he had 1,770 pounds too much weight in the craft. The. task of lightening ship began. Balchen had to remove 1,500 gallons of gasoline from the plane and said there was little chance he could take off before tomorrow. MRS. ADAMS, 92, DIES AT HER HOME (Continued From Page 1). pointment and" soon had practically entire charge of the office whiie her brother attended to his legal duties. PostoHioe on Federal The postoffice was located at that time on South Federal avenue about the middle of the block on the.east side of the street It was a small building and was just about large enough . to handle the business of the department. Later Mrs. Adams taught school. At that time there were no school buildings in the rural districts and Mrs. Adams taught her classes in the home of a resident one mile south of the city. She was engaged for this work primarily to teach a single farmer's children but soon the children of neighbors asked to coipe in and before long a fair sized country school was being held in this residence. 'This continued for a year or so until schoolhouses were built. Then came the war and after it she married Thomas G. Emsley, a returned soldier, who later became the treasurer of the county. In this office, too, Mrs. Adams helped her husband, continuing at this work thruout his entire term. At that time, she related, there were no banks and it was necessary to. take the county's funds to Osage for safekeeping. After the term in the treasurer's office, her husband started a small private bank, and in this work, too, Mrs. Adams assisted until her husband died in 1887. . Bought. Home. . » All the time the town was growing 'and the thinly scattered residences and business buildings,began to -become · more riumerbi *'"" ~ 40 '---'---- - - - J ASSESSORS BILL STILL HAS CHANCE (Continued From rage 1). Story, Pattison, Reimers, Shields. Snyder, Strachan, Tamisiea, Te- paske, Torgeson, Van Buren, Warn stad, Mr. Speaker. Long Votes No. Nays (65)--Aiken, Allen, Augustine, Babcock, Bair, Ballew, Beath, Berry, Craven, Davis, Ditto, Drake of Keokuk, Drake of Muscatlne Durant, Fabritz, Felter, Figgins ; Finnern, Foraling, Garrett, Gilmore f ansen of Scott, Hayes, Hook, Hunt utcheon, Koch, Kohler, Lamb Laughlln, Lepley, Long, McDermott Malone, Mathews, Mayne, Mead Miller, Nelson of Cherokee, O'Donnell, Orr, Osborn, Paisley, Peaco Pendray, Randall, Randolph, Ratliff Rawllngs, Reed, Roe, Ryder,. Rylander. Short, Simmer, Sours, Star,- zel, Stiger, Thlesaen, Thompson, Van Wert, Watts, Wearin, Whiting, Witt Absent (2) Elliott, Rutledge. The income- tax bill was reached by the senate In its work on the calendar. On motion of Senator George W. Patterson of Kossuth Bounty, action was deferred and the bill retains Its place on the calendar. aseoyahd'Mrs. Adams* ided there ever since.- In 1905 she /} married Charles M. Adams. V :; In more recent years Mrs. Adams ook an active interest in woman's suffrage and was one of the pioneer workers in this part of the state in his line of politics. She had always :aken a deep interest in city af- airs and was a keen observer of national political events. Mrs. Adams was the mother of two children, Mrs. Mable Emsley 3ale and Mrs. Lily Emsley Mark- :ey, 121 Connecticut avenue southwest. Mrs. Adams is survived by Mrs. Markley and three grandchildren, Marion Markley Page, Doris Markley and Cecil Gale, Mason City. Mrs. Adams' name was one of 24 placed on a bronze tablet unveiled at the stats historical building in Des Moines March 12 by the Iowa League of Women Voters. The tablet carried the names of noted. Iowa suffrage workers and was a'tribute to those women in Iowa whose courageous work opened the opportunities for complete citizenship to all women in the state. WATER,MINIS TO BE EXTENDED Wastepaper Boxes in City to Be Repaired; Three Years Granted. _ City Manager P. F. Hopkins waa instructed by a motion of the council at a meeting Saturday afternoon to proceed with the installation of a water fain on North Van Buren avenua from Eighth street northwest to Sixth street northwest if fte finds the extension desirable after Investigating the matter. The motion followed the presentation of a petition signed b y ' a group of property owners who signified their intentions .of building houses on tb- street in the future. The sewer on , the street is already In place, Mi- Hopkins told the council. A motion for the suspension of ' TMf,T 0 / E . llen Lavln a Kelly, 535 Fifth street southeast, was passed by the council. A three year extension of permission to maintain waste paper boxes on street corners was granted Cleaner Cities, Incorporated, of Waterloo. The boxes are furnished free of charge to the city for the privilege of placing advertising on them. The boxes in the city are to be repaired, according to H E Harvey, a representative of the company present at the meeting. Your case might be worse. When Noah's dove found a parking place t was so far away it. never got back.--Kcwance Star-Courier. Emily Post's book explains almost everything except the nice way for a lady to spit out her gum Kessln- ger's Review.

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