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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 3, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JANUARY 3 1933 good government merchant marine HOOVER FIGHTS TOR REGROUPING Continued From rage 1 tion of such work will be sacrificed is untrue under the plan I have in stituted No other government and no would tolerate activities sepa rated over 7 departments or inde pendent establishments The same can be said as to public health edu cation land utilization etc Alto gether I have directed that 58 boards commissions and bureaus should be consolidated into 9 divi sions There are still others to be con solidated Many regulatory func tions now in the departments should be transferred to the federal trade and other regulatory commissions The financial and economic func tions relating to agriculture should be consolidated The major de partments should be changed 55ust Keep Hands Off Either congress must keep its hands off now or they must give to my successor much larger pow ers of independent action than given to any president if there is ever to be reorganization And that authority to be effec the rear o tive should be free of the limita doorways tions in the law passed last year which gives congress the veto pow er which prevents the abolition of functions which prevents the re arrangement of major departments Otherwise it will as is now being demonstrated in the present law again be merely makebelieve At the same time a list of ex cerpts from previous statements the president has made on reorgani zation was made public at the white house Dealt With Opposition They dealt with opposition to changes in the departments and dated back to 1924 Regardless of the presidential statement house democratic lead ers proceeded with plans to halt the Hoover regrouping proposals Chairman Cochran said the ex penditures committee will meet Thursday morning in closed session to act on his resolution which would stop the entire program and leave the job of reorganization in the hands of Presidentelect Roose velt I am going to try and have the resolution reported to the house at that meeting he said IOWA TAX SALES GET NO BIDDERS Continued From Page 1 county sale until Feb 6 At Bedford the sale was extended to March 1 Only two small pieces of land were bid in at the Allamakee county sale and at Ames the Story county event disposed of one small piece of city property Floyd County Sole of collecting the exhibits presented Farmer Hears Voice Mr Parks told of hearing a voice the night of the event which he said he told his wife he thought was that of Paul Hindi but he said he was not sure of the voice and that al though he saw the lights of a car he did not see the car Mrs Cahill identified the articles of clothing presented at the inquest as belonging to her dead daughter Piece by piece she identified the jarments The bloodstained hand cerchief she said was like one pos sessed by her daughter Dr Hale described the injuries suffered by Mrs Hinch on her lead hand and ankle He told of being called on the case Technical Description Dr Crabb gave a technical des ription of the injuries discovered it a post mortem examination Mr Hinch is 27 and Mrs Hinch was 24 They were married Aug 11 1926 at Charles City by a justice of the peace but later their marriage was blessed by a priest of the Catholic church at Dubuque The coroners jury was made up of E O Bahcock M W Boom hower and R Green The hearing was held in the assembly room of the court house which was filled to caapclty many persons standing at the rear of the room and in the Funeral services for Mrs Hinch were held Saturday DEMOCRACY IN U S SAFE SAYS REPORT Continued From rage1 ernment to meet emergencies to safeguard them against threatened dangers to establish standards and to aid them in extending or defend ing markets Jt vlsioned the rise of new types of politicoleconomic organization neither purely governmental not purely business greater executive power and increased centralization Ways to Economy Pointing out ways to economy through efficient administration it said these roads to economy are wel understood and may readily be used whenever the will to do so is sufficiently developed Citing crime corruption and poor jovernment the committee declared hat many have been led to con clude reluctantly that the emergen cy of some recognized and avowed orm of plutocratic dictatorship is not far away An interpretation which seems to have a margin of advantage continued the report is that of the prospect of a continuance of the democratic regime with higher standards of achievement with a more highly unified and stronger government with sounder types of civic training with a broader social program and a sharper edged pur pose to diffuse more promptly and widely the gains of our civilization with control over social and econom ic forces better adapted to the spe cial social tensions ot the time with less lag between social chang t mxtll in taxes had beenpaid Saturday A total of has been received since Dec 24 A 60 day delay featured the Bu nhanan county sale Jan 30 is the day set for bids in Monona and Page counties Only one bid was made at Fort Dodge the Webster county auction being postponed to March 1 The prospect of another 30day post ponement looms in Woodbury county where the sale was to be called for today Pottawattamle county farmers were expected to attend the sale at Council Bluffs in a group today to protest selling the real estate Postpones Boono Sale County Treasurer Harold Peter Ecn of Boone county today post poned the county tax sale for 60 days when a group of united farm ers gathered at the courthouse to protest the sale County Treasurer M L Collins of Crawford county ordered the tax sales scheduled for yesterday post poned until Feb 20 Want of bidders forced the post ponement until Jan 30 of the sale in Page county Treasurer John Knowles said if there are no bids Jan 30 the sale will be postponed from day to day thereafter with more prevision and contriving pirtt Old Age Pensions Mentioning unemployment insur ance and old age pensions it assert ed The committee is aware of the numerous objections urged against hese schemes social insurance lut it is also impressed by the in articulate misery of the hundreds of thousands or millions of breadwin ners who are deprived of their llvc ihoods through no fault of their wn put the cost of unemploy ment squarely upon those who re main at work upon employers and upon the public purse makes every one conscious of the difficulty and focusscs attention upon the need of devising more constructive methods for dealing with it For the very near future it said the standard of living may decline partly because of the weakness of collective action on the part ol wage earners OPEN VERDICT IN MRS HINCHDEATH Continued From Pago I and a mile and a half west of Car fcrsville told how she often went to dances with Mr and Mrs Hinch sometimes with him alone She told how sometimes she sat on his lap while on the way to parties Did he ever ask you to marry him Dr McDonald asked Yes in a joking way she answered I answered him yes in a joking way He told me once he vanteoVto marry me and I told him he was crazy I have told Maxine Brooker that I loved her and that I would marry hrr if I could ret a divorce from my 7ife Hinch said in his statement I wasa fool to tell her this and fully realize it now Mr Cress and Mr Schiffman testified concerning the Investiga tions they had carried on since the time of Mrs Hinchs death and told1 ONE CENT A DAY PAYS UP TO A MONTH The Postal Life Casualty In surance Co 8338 Dlerks Building Kansas City Mo is offering a new accident policy that pays up to month for 24 months for disabil ity and for less than Ic a a year More than 150000 have already bought this policy Men women and children eligible Send no mon ey Simply send name address age beneficiarys name and relationship cind they will send this policy on 10 days FREE inspection No examin ation is required This offer is lim iled so write them today REFINANCING PLAN FOR AGRICULTURE Continued From Pnge 1 hopeless task for the average armer at present The farmer whose creditor is his ocal country bank a distant sav ngs institution or one of the big nsurance companies is in a still vorse plight His mortgage in all probability is at most on a fiveyearly basis and vith each renewal he must put up a resh commission His interest rate 3 1 or 8 per cent and it is most unlikely that there is any provision or amortization which if that also ie reckoned brings the total rate up o 8 and 9Vj per cent Farm Loan System Yet even the federal farm loan ystem say nothing of the sav ngs banko and insurance compan es is unable to make more moder ate terms for the system itself raise its money to loan to the armers by the sale of its 4 per ent bonds and its bonds do not iell at par either Naturally there must be a margin between the in erest the system payg on its bonds and the interest it charges the armer Moreover it has been found hat a 1 per cent margin is not quite sufficient to meet losses and overhead Senator Frazier proposes to ter minte the systems public sales of 4 per cent bonds Instead he would provide for the ssuance by the farm loon board of lib per cent bonds on which the ederal reserve system would be re quired to issue its notes currency o the bonds par money to be loaned to the farmers at 1 per cent to refinance them New Ixjgal Tender That Is to say with the new legal tender so advanced to them they would pay off their old obligations rincpal and laving only 1 per cent interest to my plus 1 per cent for amortiza ion or a 3 per cent total aa com pared with 7 per cent and upward as heretofore The limit placed by the Dakota senator upon the new currency would be 53500000000 and the total amount of outstanding farm obligations is about but the senator does not expect all farmerdebtors to refinance at once and there would of course be a turnover in the systems funds per mitting the same currency to be used in a series of transactions The point has again and again been made that many a farmer would not benefit by a reduction in his Interest rate for the reason that he can make no money whatever at existing agricultural prices Repay Old Loans However Senator Frazier reckons on the fact that the process of re financing with new money immed iately would start 53500000000 in repayments of old loans flowing into the coffers of mortgagees for reinvestment a sufficient inflation he predicts to increase commodity prices generally while leaving debts at their preinflationary objective sought by all inflation ists The senator does not indeed desire what he considers excessive currency expansion The new notes he emphasizes in no sense would be fiat money Based on Gold The law specifies that federal re serve notes Ehall be based on 40 per cent gold and 60 per cent good com mercial paper The senators bill provides that the new ones shall be based 40 per cent on gold of which there is enough for the purpose in the treasury and 60 per cent on farm land security if anything says the Dakotan than commercial paper As a further safeguard the bill authorizes the retirement when a per capita circulation has been reached of the new notes to an amount equaling the principal paid on loans for which they were issued Seventyfive it may be said is mighty high according to bankers standards but moderate according to the average farm senators stand ard Omaha Police Make No at This Name OMAHA Jan 3 Ser geants silently shoved over the rec ord book and let Guisaycco Grun genuettezzeeaua who said he came from Boston sign the book him self when he was arrested on charg es of vagrancy LIFEDEATH TRADE Serving a life sentence for murder Howard Curtis At lanta Ga barber re contly offered to go to the elec tric chair In place of Mrs Bea trice Snipes expectant mother condemned to death at Colum bia S Car for the murder of a policeman If the woman were freed or her sentence commut ed Curtis was convicted of the slaying ot his paramour In what ho claimed was a suicide pact Hearing on Assault Charge Is Scheduled CHARLES CITY Jan hearing has been scheduled Thurs day for Walter Barkhousen who lives six miles east of Charles City on charges of assault and battery Ha was arrested yesterday after a complaint filed by A D Kraus a neighbor who claimed Barkhousen attacked him as he tried to save gasoline escaping from a car over turned in a field belonging to Bark housen Note to the wets The reason the drys once got their way was be cause they knew what they wanted StarCourier Funeral Services for Garner Gas Victim Are Held in M E Church GARNER Jan 3 Church of Christ Scientist funeral services were held at oclock thia af ternoon in the M E church here for Max Hamlin Tlerney 22 who was found dead Sunday morning a victim of carbon monoxide gas poisoning D E Avis and Mrs E S Selby of Mason City were in charge Pallbearers were Joey Tob in Paul Engstler Elmer McMahon Bud Pritchard John Weigman and Halger Elling Girls of the 1929 class of Garner high school served as honorary pallbearers Tierney was found by Mrs Conrad Weigman in her garage The motor of the car was running IN THE RADIO WORLD WEDNESDAY JAN I Central Standard Time Note All programs to key and basic chain or groups thereof unlesg specified coast to coast c to designation Includes all available Programs subject to change P M By the Associated Press NBOU1ltr NETWORK East weaf key wcei wtlc wjar wtag wcsh wti wilt wfbr wrc wben wcae wtam wwj wsal Midwest wmaq well ksd wocwho wow wdaf NORTHWEST wtmj wba kstp wefcc wday kfyr ckgw cfcf SOUTH wrva wptf wwnc wls wjax wfla wsun wlod warn wmc wsb wapl wjdx wsmb kvoo wky wraa wbap kptc woal ktfaa ktha koa kdyl kgir kgtil kgo KM kgw komo khq kpo keca tfli kga kfad Mar kgu Dinner Concert also c The Circle west Hay Knights SHctch Ralph Klrbery Baritone The Goldbergs Sketch The Shadow Mystery Rapee Symphony Concert 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wsmb kvoo wky wfaa Jsbap kprc woal kths kdyl kglr Khl PACIFIO kso kfl kgw komo khq kpo keca kex kjr ga kfsd ktar Lampea Orch Hart Hollywood Singing Short story Club Mystery Lees Leaders Country Doctor Holmes Adventure and c Joy contraUo Heller Tenor Sannellas Program Radio Rubes Songs Amos n Concert Orch Bernles Orch rpt Moores Orch 7 a reports a Review 9 a Red Ruth Galvln 11 a to Develop your Per sonallty Mlsa Warner a 4H Club Program 12 Building Prof RB Wakeley p Question Box Dr E W Henderson p Our Chll dren Dr T F Vance 3 p Federated Clubs Pro 4 p Valley SMITHS WOM AN STRATEGIST DIES Mrs Belle Moskowitz Was Known as Feminine Colonel House NEW YORK Jan 3 rowed Alfred B Smith today as he amented the death of Mrs Belle indner Moskowitz his adviser and chief strategist a woman whoicame to he called a feminine Colonel Jouse during Smiths ascendancy a the democratic party I regard the passing of Mrs Uoskowitz as a disaster he said There were tears in his eyes yes erday when he heard the news and IB immediately hurried to New York from Albany where he had attended Governor Lehmans in auguration Mrs Moskowitz who was one of the most powerful women in politics and statecraft died yesterday of a heart attack that followed a fall in which her right arm and left wrist were broken She was 55 years old A great gathering of leaders in civic and social life is expected to attend the funeral services which Eire to be held at 11 a m tomorrow at Temple Kmanuel Infant Son Succumbs IxAKE MILLS Jan Henry Byerson infant child of Mr and Mrs Helmer Ryerson died yes terday after living about one hour Burial will be made in the Creek cemetery tomorrow Tubes Tested FREE In Our Store We Repair and Service AH Makes of Radios VANCE MUSIC CO 1 EVERYTHING IN MUSIC 124 North Federal Phono 788 SWEAR IN 6 NEW STATE OFFICERS Continued From Fago 1 Deg Moines private secretary to Mrs Miller Has Practiced Hutchinson has practiced law in Cedar Rapids lor a number of years specializing in security law while Green was in charge publicity for the democratic state committee dur ing the recent campaign Htuchinson replaces Charles Fischer Wallace succeeds W A Stevens and Green replaces Warren Huebner A number of employes in the de partment have been notified their services would terminate with the new administration Their places will be filled gradually For the first time six Incoming state officials took the oath of of fice together during ceremonies in the house chamber of the state cap Itol Officers Take Oath The oath was administered by Justice Truman S Stevens of the Iowa supreme court acting in the absence of Chief Justice James W Kindig Those who took the oath were Mrs Miller secretary of state Storms auditor E L OConnor at torney general Wegman treasurer Ray Murray secretary of agricul ture and M P Conway railroac commissioner H Adjutant General Charles Grahl directed the ceremonies Flowers were numerous in the va rious offices Mrs Miller tho now secretary of state received bouquet iroii several womens clubs Burglars Enter Closed Bank WEBSTER CITY Jan 3 UFI The First National bank at Wil liams closed two years ago was en tered by burglars last night No money was being kept at the bank and the receiver today was check ing to determine if any papers Were taken Jl THEYRE MILDER THEY TASTE BETTER I like CHESTERFIELD Cigarettes To me they are is they dont seem to be strong and there is cerr tainly no bite so far aa I can tell To me they taste better and they have ft very pleasing aroma Every CHESTERFIELD that I get is wellfilled and I feel like I am getting my moneys there is no short measure about it I like CHESTERFIELDS They sat isfy me 1953 IICOSTT 4 MVEKI TOBACCO Co   

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