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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                two MASON crrv JANUARY 18 1933 HOOVERGALLS FORSftLESTAX Special Message Declares Economy Alone Will Not Balance Budget WASJIINGTbN Jan 18 President Hoover dispatching to congress hisexpected special mes sage on budget balanctag Tuesda Teoommended that sales taxes be adopted Immediately as the best method of bringing an Increase lu federal revenues The president1 declared it would seem the essence ot good states manshlp to spread a sales tax gen erally at a low rate upon all man ufacturers except upon food an cheaper grades of clothing Mr Hoover maintained that such a tax the government would be able to maintain a stable basis ot income during the period o depression Help New Administration One of the most helpful contri butibna which the congress and this administration could give to the next administration he said would be to enable them to atari with the federal budget in balance and the federal finances in order1 The chief executive pointed out also a need for refunding at an early data the outstanding high in terest bearing liberty bonds into bonds bearing a lower rate of In terest He added it was essential also that a portion of the govern ments short term borrowing should be converted Into longer term is sues1 Jt balanced budget he said would greatly facilitate such an operation Must Increase Revenues After discussing various matters pertaining to pending appropriation measures the president declared that no matter how rigid econo mies may be it is obvious that the budget cannot be balanced without a most substantial Increase in reve nues From the present progress of ap propriation bills through congress action upon which he criticized Mr Hoover declared it was indicated his recommendations as to decreas es would not be realized by 000000 or more Therefore he added it is more likely that the deficit will amount to from 500600OOO to 000 THE DAY IN CONGRESS Senate Continues debate on Glass bank Sheppard bills to make finance and automobile credit paper eligible for federal discount Agriculture committee continues study of farm bill Hearings on Black fiveday week bill continued by judiciary sub committee Joint committeeon veterans leg islation resumes hearings House Considers war department supply bill Judiciary committee works on bankruptcy bills Labor committee considers 5day week and 6hour day the 83rd Birthday Observed CLARKSVILLB Jan relatives had a birthday dinner party at the home of Mrs Martha Wilcox yesterday in observance o her eightythird birthday COMMITTEE HEADS IN IOWA ASSEMBLY SENATE COMMITTEES Lieutenant Governor Kraschel announced the following chairmen for the senate standing commit tees Retrenchment and c White of VJnlon Ways and Myers of Newton D Cooney of Dubuque HlH ot Nora Springs Public Moore ot Walnut Flah and Q Ftach of Le Mara Departmental H Anderson of Harcomrt T3 Hosted of Tniro Constitutional ArnendmentsrJohn K Val entine of Centervllle Educational P Bennett of Maple ton Judiciary No R Fralley of Fort Madison Enrolled Hush or Essex Judiciary Nor D Cooney oj Dubuqtie H Knudson of Ellsworth McArthur of ilaaon City Manufacturing Commerce and Clyde Topping of Burlington D Booth of Karlan Mines and 31 Stevens of Garden arove Garden of Wln fleld Cities and Wilson of Des Emergency X Geake of McGregor Count y and Township AfIaj W Nelson of Nevada M Beatty of Eigourney Political and Judicial Patterson of Furt Aircraft Transportation and Railroad Frank I Coykendall of Public Harrington of Sioux City ilotot C Byera of Cedar Bulldlng and Earn Swift of Du Libraries Alva Humes ton of E H Fat ri IE of Wapel Public Wayne Fish and Gam lo Rapids AgricuHun W R JUtchle of Marathon Military Stanley of Cora Ing Board of W KJmberly of Davenport Banks and L Invin of De Witt Q Wenner of Waterloo Public Pendray of Ma quoketa Reduction of Public E Stevens of Ottumwa HOUSE COMMITTEES Chairman of house committees announced today by Speaker George Miller were Tax B Malone of Case E Bonatetter of Kox Retrenchment and Reform A H Bonn of Ko35uth Roads and Highways E V Laughlin of Fremont North lowans Named North lowans who were name a committee members included House Transportation Wenlgp of Clay board of control Hough of Fayette private corporations Hough Senate Retrenchment Patter son of Clay fish and game Mull an ey of Fayette and of Clay printing Mullaney of Fay ette ways and means Patterson departmental affairs Patterson educational institutions Patterson labor Patterson conservation Mul laney Agriculture Ed Rawllngs of Mononn Ways and Means B H Donjon of Palo to Comm e rce and Tra de John H Mi f Webster Child Mrs Ada Garner of Butler A W McFarland of Blade Hawk Forest Davis of Appanoose Military B Doran of Boone Interstate Bridges John S Brady of ottawaltamle Mines and Mining Forest Uavls of Appa noose Cities and Blake Willis of Dallas Compensation of PuWIe C T Roc of Allamskee Banks and Banking E Or Ellsworth of Martin Rules li T Foster of Private F J fi wlf t o f Jackson Public B B Durant of Forest City Schools and T G Jensen of Audubon Board of W H Gtssell of Buch anan Educational Institution Waller Oaborne of Decatur ClSalon DRIVE FOR FARM RELIEF STARTED Continued From Page 1 various groups but took no definite action Some ot the members of the com mittees indicated in conversation that they favor recommending that the governor declare a moratorium on farm mortgages similar to the holiday proclaimed by Governor Schmedeman In Wisconsin v Herring May Agree Governor Herring indicated in conversation with newspapermen that he might agree to take such a step if the committees thought It necessary until the legislature could take definite action The governor also said he consid ered it advisable for both houses to devote their immediate attention to tax reduction and farm relief be fore taking up other matters Senator E R picklin of Wapello introduced a bill extending the amount of exemption from execu tion by 500 of personal property to be chosen by the debtor Senator Hicklin said his bil would tend to defeat the deficiency judgments and receivership clause through increasing the exemption He also anticipated that It would encourage the holding of livestock on farms Lame Duck BUI The senate approved the lame duck amendment to the federal constitution and sent it to the house for consideration The amend ment was favorably reported by the committee on amendments headed by Senator O P Myers of Newton A bill by Senator Homer Hush of Essex would reduce from 25 to 510 a penalty to file notice of satis faction of mortgage The season on gray and fox squirrels would be opened by a bill introduced by Senator Anderson of Webster county A bill by Senator D W Kimberly of Davenport fixes the time for fil ing objections to the certificate of nomination for eligibility of a caa IN DAYS NEWS Joseph C Grow U S ambassa dor to Japan asked the govern ment to investigate a raid on an American company in Yokohama MACJDER HEADS INDUSTRIAL MOVE Will Lead Iowa Sharethe Work Project Now Being Started DES AIOINES Jan 18 campaign to enlist every industrial concern in Des Moines in the na tional sharethework movement be gan today with the appointment of a committee to investigate the ad visability of such a move Buell Williamson district manager ot the campaign for the United States chamber of commerce said Han ford MacNider of Mason City for mer minister to Canada had been named to head the Iowa movement At Masbn City THEATERS MOB OF JAPANESE RAIDS U S FIRM Continued From Pnye 1 of Japanese authorities to the Singer labor troubles and at that time asked for precautions against violence JAPAN NOT AFFECTED did ate and Transportation Fred mott Motor AuKustlne of Rlngeotd Judiciary Carl B StlRCr of Taraa Judicial and Political Districts J W Dote of Fanfield Hortlcultura and Forestry John Rlger of Dubuque Telepho ac Telegraph and Exp ree a Wil liam Trtemer of OBrien Aeronautics LeRoy Mercer of t Johnson Antmal Industry J P Craven of Jasper Claims I IT Reed of Mahasfca Public John S Brady of Potta wattamle Insurance J B Gallagher of Iowa Constitutional R C Hoop of Montgomery County and Township Organizations C 3 Hook of Taylor Police Regulation Suppression of Crime and Intemperance J J Jenkls of Louisa M R Htanzell of Clarke Dairy and Food WIHlatn Falalfty Departmental Affairs O J Ditto of Osceola Conservation of Resources R C Moore of Harrison Elections J H Thlessen of Clinton Drainage H N Hanson of Wlnnebago Enrolled Bills William Kach of Btemer 75 Interim Bills By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Presidentelect Roosevelts assur ance that his administration will adhere to the principle of the sanc tity of treaties will not alter Ja pans fixed policies In Manchuria a government spokesman at Tokio has announced China however received the Roosevelt statement with great sat isfaction as an approval of the Hoover policy in the far east Oppose Naval Bases Foreign office sources in ToWo told the Japanese press it would be unreasonable if the United States asked other powers to participate in neutralization of the Philippines while America retained naval bases there It was suggested that neu1 trallzation might involve revision of I the four power Pacific pact The military situation remains unchanged both armies in Jehol and northern China apparently await ing better weather before renewing activity A Japanese newspaper In Dairen published an assertion that the city of Shanhaikwan captured by the Japanese two weeks ago al ready Is under the rule 1000 Farmers Stop Deficiency Judgment in Farm Foreclosure POCAHONTAS Jan 18 An estimated crowd of 1000 farm ers blocked an attempt to obtain a deficiency judgment against the Dirk Janssen farm and forced the John Hancock Mutual Life Insur ance company to raise Its bid to the full amount of the mortgage The action allows Janssen to live on the farm for another year rent free James Stillman Sued for for Alienating Affections NEW YORK Jan IS suit for 1000000 for alleged alienation of affections brought by Luc Rochefort former investment bank er of Montreal against James A Stillman former president of the National City bank was disclosed in Brooklyn supreme court today Cedar Falls Power to Be Free for 2 Months CEDAR FALLS Jan 18 Patrons of the municipally owned gas water and light systems will get service free for two months the city council ruled because of accumulated earnings in reserve The surplus totals Prince George Getting Well After Flu Attack LONDON Jan 18 George youngest son of the king and queen was reported today re covering from a mild attack of in fluenza Governor kuo result of a movement low priced cai all theRockne ferred the 75 interim tax bills to the committee on reduction of pub lic expenditures but withheld the referring of other bills until later The senate adjourned until 10 a m Thursday The length of high school courses above the eighth grade wouldbe re duced to two years at public ex pense under a bill introduced in the house by Representative T G Jen sen of Audubon county The bill would not prohibit the establishment of tuition supported or endowed high schools offering more than the high school course Eliminate Waste Time Jensen aatd the purpose of the measure was to eliminate the waste time of children pointing out that only about one of 10 high school graduates go to college He said he believed a child planning to enter a college or university should use these extra two years to prepare himself for his lifes work Abolishment of the board of parole and the placement of their duties in the hands of the board of control would be provided in a bill introduced by Representative J f Gallagher ot Iowa county The measure is an economy move The house passed a concurrent resolution by Representative A H Bonnstetter of Kossuth requiring W H Gemmlll secretary of the board of education to furnish the members of the house appropria tions committee with a detailed sponsored by the peace and order league organized by residents of the city League Discouraged At Geneva the league of nations committee of 19 prepared for what may be its final meeting on the SinoJapanese dispute apparently discouraged at the chances for con ciliating the two powers Some concern was manifested at Washington over the possibility that the fighting in Jehol might ex tend southward and involve large foreign Interests Three Clinton Banks on Holiday for Two Weeks CLINTON Jan 18 Clin ton National bank the City National bank and the Iowa Savings bank be gan a two weeks holiday today un der proclamation of the mayor Infant Son Is Buried FREDERICK SBURG Jan Funeral services for the infant son of Mr and Mrs George Parks were held Monday afternoon NORTH IOWA MOTOR CO 520 North 896 Itemized statement of the budgets of the Institutions under the con trol of the board Bill Not TJsed A bill to repeal the act permit ting establishment of county high schools was Introduced by Repre sentative A R Peet of Guthrie county Guthrie was the only coun ty to take advantage of the law and the county high school at Pan ora has been abolished and the property disposed of A bill to simplify administration of the estates of deceased persons was introduced by Representative I M Reed of Mahaaka county He said it would cut the red tape withwhich administration now is surrounded The bill is similar to one he introduced last session The house passed a concurrent resolution by Representative O J Trau of Buena Vista providing for the appointement of three senators and four representatives to draft resolutions to the interstate confer ence of legislators in Washington Feb 3 setting forth the recommen dations of Iowa legislators regard Ing the specifying of tax fields for the different levying bodies and to make suh recommendations to the legislature as it sees fit Meet at Dinner Rising to a point of personal privilege Representative C E Ma lone of Cass county said the present was one of the most important ses sions in Iowas legislative history and that the united effort was I needed to enact speedily the emer I gency relief bill He asked that the 1 house convene at 9 a m and said he hoped that despite the mass of work confronting the legislature it would be able to set a record by adjourning at least 10 days earlier than heretofore The house and senate committees on tax reduction were to hold a din ner tonight at which plans for their program on tax revision and reduc tion were to be discussed Repre sentative Malone chairman of the house committee said he hoped that some of the bills presented by the Interim legislative committee on reduction of governmental ex penditures could be reported to morrow and at the latest Friday Start Early Work It was apparent that the appro priations committee planned to start early work on the general ap propriations bill Repreaentative Bonnstetter chairman said the committee would meet and organize tomorrow afternoon He indicated that personally he believed consid erable decreases could be made in the general budget After sending a number of bills to committees the house adjourned until 10 a m Thursday after a 45 minute session Have Lions Share The democrats w5i7i their over whelming majority in the house have the lions share of committee chairmanships getting 40 of the 47 There is almost an even division of chairmanships in the senate where the republicans drew 18 and the democrats 17 The democrats have all of the Important chairmanships in the house and likewise the edge on the outstanding senate commit tees The appointments came down late yesterday and were the outstanding feature of the brief session Insofar Conllnaed From Pose 1 schedule along with a womens pro gram preceding noon luncheon In the afternoon Gov Clyde Her ring was to welcome the delegates at the general session in the Shrine auditorium The principal address of the program was to be given by Dean Genevieve Fisher the Iowa State college home economics de partment on What Home Econom ics Can Contribute to Adult Educa tion Presentation of Trophy The program of recognition also was on the schedule with presenta tion of a trophy to Bcntbn county for the largest membership for 1932 a trophy to West Pottawatta mie county for the highest per centage of farmers as members of the Farm Bureau for 1932 recog nition to individuals for outstanding service to the Farm Bureau and their communities in 1932 recogni tion to members of the Farm Bu reau for 10 or more successive years and presentations to mem bers of winning quartets and or chestras The evening program will be de voted to entertainment with a treasure hunt games songs and a surprise party The womens session during the day will hear reports of the various committee chairmen Zasu Pitts easily qualifies as the busiest player in the Hollywood screen colony for the space of 12 months she has appeared in a total of 38 pictures Miss Pitts is co starred with Slim Summerville in They Just Had to Get Married1 hilarious feature comedy now play ing through Friday at the Palace theater Second Hand Wife starring beautiful Sally Eilers and Ralph Bellamy is taken from the story by Kathleen Norris which ran serially In the Delineator and the Saturday Evening Post The picture now at the Cecil has a direct appeal to all wives and office workers and is built around the a stenographer play with her married boss It tells of a rich businessman martyred by an inconsistent wife who falls genuinely in love with a pretty secretary Remember how popular Animal Crackers The Cocoanuts and Monkey Business were with thou sands of picture fans Well Horse Feathers featuring the four Marx brothers will make you laugh till you cry The comedy will be at the Strand through Wednesday and Thursday Speed Demon with beautiful blond Joan Marsh and likeable Wil liam Collier Jr in the leads plays for the last times Wednesday at the Iowa If you like thrills and action aplenty in your screen entertain ment you will like The Speed De mon Seldom have you been offeree more entertainment in one picture than you will be when the Palace theater plays 20000 Years in Sing Sing starting Saturday The pic ture was taken from the book of the same name written by Warden Lewis E Lawes of Sing Sing There is romance and pathos that will go straight to the heart of women drama men will appreciate and laughs and action for the children This is the first screen play ever written by the warden of a peniten tiary Spencer Tracy and Bette Da vis have the starring roles in cast of hundreds A huge stage and screen show in cluding five big acts of vaudeville featuring Dorothy Byton and her stars of Broadway eight dancing rockets is comingto the Cecil Sat urday and Sunday The stage show is said to be one of the most gor geous ever to be presented in Ma son City The Half Naked Truth starring Lee Tracy and Lupe Velez a fast moving romance of the world of ballyhooing and bunk is the screen an ideal picture to go with the stage presentation f Boys and girls youre going to have a chance to see Tom Mixs new pony Tony Jr The picture is Flaming Guns and it is showing at the Strand theater Friday and Saturday of this sure to like it true lover comes into her Cllve Brook plays opposite the star Saturday the Iowa theater will play a spectacular Indian picture The End of the Trail starring Tim McCoy Wheeler Oakman and Luana Walters It will carry you back to the exciting days of 1870 when fierce Indians made the west a bloody battleground judge and Man He Sentenced Forget Past While Fishing ESCANABA Mich0 Jan 18 fishermen burled the past as they dropped their lines through a aole in the ice of Bay de Noc One was Circuit Judge Frank A Bell The other was a man whom the judge had sentenced to six months imprisonment a year ago The judge knocked at the door of tha other mans shanty was reminded of the sentence and accepted a hospitable welcome Actor Chevalier and Wife Granted Divorce PARIS Jan 18 Chevalier and his wife Yvonne Val lee were granted a divorce today on reciprocal grounds The court in a very short judgment accepted the arguments of both sides I 0 W A Last Time Wednesday Speed Demon WM COLUER JR JOAN MARSH Comedy Cartoon News THURSDAY FRIDAY JEWEL ROBBERY WILLIAM POWELL KAY FRANCIS MAT lOo EVE 300 STATES ASK U S FUND FOR RELIEF ConHnnca From as possiblo Speaker Miller and Lieu tenant Governor Kraschel adhered to the members preferences in the banks in Manhattan Philadelphia Pittsburgh or Chicago PENNSYLVANIAS plea is not improved upon by Governor Plu chots explanation in response to the suggestion that the crisis Is grave enough to justify a Keystone state bond issue for relief purposes A bond Issue is impossible he points out because the state already is up to its constitutional indebtedness maximum In short he admits that what Pennsylvania asks Is succor from than re adjust its constitution to take care of its own destitution Chicago Too Discreet Chicago to consider a mere mu nicipalitys truobles is too discreet to explain why it needs outside charity but it is unnecessary the cause of its plight Is known to the entire country The Windy citys straits really are desperate Swamped with unemployment it likewise Is to the notorious tax dodging of its multi millionaire owners of real estate RELIEF WORKERS have an Idea that there is some magic In the name of the federal government Up to a certain point it may be that there IS more magic In It than in the names of any of the state governments but it is anyones privilege towonder when that point will be passed at the present rate William Powell aa the robber in Jewell Robbery in which he is costarred with Kay Francis has contributed a new note to the tech nique of highway robbery For the entertainment of his guests while they are being relieved of their val uables Powell carries a portable phonograph and a selection of dance records with which to furnish music This unusual film is the Iowa attraction for two daya Thursday and Friday A number of local football fans are accusing the GlobeGazette and the Palace theater of a subtle alli ance The accusation was the re sult of a news story on the sports page announcing the showing of the Notre DameSouthern Califor nia football game on Monday of this boys attended en masse only to find out they were a week early No Other Woman the en grossing story of a woman who falls in love with a worthless steel worker comes to the Cecil Mon day and Tuesday of next week The film features the beautiful star of Back Street Irene Dunn and the male lead Is taken by Charles Bick ford a Marlene Dietrich the fascinating star of Morroco and DIshon ored comes to the Strand Sunday and Monday in Shanghai Ex press In the picture she does with men what she wants to until Marx Brothers HORSE FEATHERS Till 6 Eve 20c Children 10n Now Playing Sparkling Comedy FROTHY FURIOUS FUN THEY JUST HADfoGET MARRIED Come an dotrn to Mason Citys de luxe picture house and have a darned good laugh youil feel like a new person 1 Starts S A T ZASU PITTS 20000 YEARS IN SING SING With SPENCER TRACY BEXTE DAVIS From the worlds best seller by Warden Lewis E Lawes ECIIJ WEDNESDAY For Three Days Can a Stenographer Play with Her Married Boss When a girl knows a man is neglected by his society mad wife is it wrong to give him the love he can not find at home Based on Kathleen MORRIS absorbing romance with SALLY EILERS Ralph Bellamy Begin Now to Follow the Crowds to the CECIL Added Lion in the House Latest World News A High Class Picture Always in North lowas First Glass Theater TWO DAYS ONLY SATURDAY anil SUNDAY Big Double Show Ono That Will Sot All North Iowa Talking GREAT ACTS VAUDEVILLE Featuring VOGUES of 1933 With Its Funny Girls Catchy Snappy Dances A MIGHTY UNIT SHOW OF VAUDEVILLES BEST ON THE SCREEN A Laughing Hit The HalfNaked Truth With LUPE VELEZ and LEE TRACT Bargain Prices Except Sunday MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY AT P M   

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