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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 30, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home HOME EDITION ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIHE SEHVICE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IQWANS MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUAEY 30 1933 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 100 May Alter High Court Roosevelt Is Likely to Fill Several Vacancies HITLER HEADS GERMAN CABINET By CHARLES P STEWAKT ASHINGTON Jan 30 CPA After a new president has been elected pub lic interest im mediately begins to concern Itself with the prospec tive makeup of his cabinet The average individ ual apparently is not particularly mindful of a presidential a d SENATE FINANCE GROUP REPORTS BEER WINE BILL presidential a d1 rp ministrations po f omimttee lunis Uown tentialities in the Smoot Proposal tor More Hearings WHEN 22 WERE SAVED IN MIDOCEAN RESCUE matter of modi fying the perspn nel of the federal supreme bench True the president has the choos ing of his entire official family It is seldom that it is given to a uingle chief executive to make a sufficient number of judicial ap WASHNGTON Jan 30 Continuation of the one cent a gal lon federal tax on gasoline for an other 12 months beginning June 30 sufficient numoer ui juuiui uiuci pointments to change the character was voted today by the house me i In Bt Tfi I nnrr OTIPO to LJlE nj of the national tribunal of last re sort Yet it is quite among the possi bilities that Franklin D Roosevelt will be called on during his white house term to name as many as five of the countrys nine supreme Justices If he serves eight years it is arobability in fact Court Dloro Important No cabinet all told is of half the importance of a majority of the members of the U S supreme court aivei The cabinet in reality simply is a on toaay and the republican group of 10 presidential assistants leaderSnell of New The nine supreme justices collec lively signify as much as the presi dent himself or asthe senate and bouse of representatives combined measure now goes to the senate The vote was 136 to 49 The house also passed the Glass Steagall bill to continue for another the provisions to broaden the base of paper eligible for redis count purposes at federal reserve banks thereby releasing gold re serves Debate Bankruptcy Bill Quick house passage of the her alded bill revising bankruptcy laws help debtors was assured when Garner said he wanted it I Gasoline Tax SURROUNDED BY CONSERVATIVES IN GOVERNMENT serted he would support it The senate struck from the treas ury postoffice appropriation bill a They are branch of provision of New Orleans for a 10 year ocean Hog producers the government Of the nine present justices five are past 70 years Justice mail contract Charles Evans Hughes and Associ ate Justices Willis Van Devanter C HcReynolds Louis D 1 Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes to be sure remained in office until after his ninetieth birthday Natur ally itis unlikely that his record will be equaled soon Indeed it is PACKERS SENT OUT CIRCULARS Turn to PnKo Column 6 PZlELLETlN DOWNING DEATH Westgate Man Suspected in Slaying of Farmer at Oelwein WEST UNION Jan 30 Fayette county officials said today they would take Ernest Heller do of Westgate to Oelwein this after noon for arraignment in superior court on a charge of murdering Ashley Downing wealthy farmer Jan 4 Heller was cutting wood on that date near the Downing farm Of ficers said they found bloodstains on his clothing Heller was questioned after tne slaying and released then arrested again Jan 20 He denies any know ledge of the crime Engineer of Freight Loses Half of His Train ROME CITY Ind Jan 30 Tl The engineer of a freight lost half his train here Thieves loosened a coupling when the train stopped to take on water when the first sec tion pulled out they started un loading coal from the cars left be hind a c The vote 53 to 34 sustained the action of the House and overrode the senate appropriations commit tee Report Beer Bill Brushing aside proposals for fur ther hearings the senate finance committee sent the CollierBlame 305 per cent beer and wine bill OUu uisiii speeding back to the senate today with a favorable report The Volstead modification Dill was approved 12 to 5 within little more than an hour of consideration in executive session Chairman Smoot said he would submit the committees report to day which will put the bill before the senate ready for action as soon as the parliamentary situation per mits No Changes Made No changes were made In the bill as approved a week ago by the sen ate judiciary committee The committee turned down Chairman Smoots proposal for hearings and agreed to confine its consideration to the revenue feat ures of the bill Smoot said the vote to report the ill favorably was on its revenue eatures only which provide for a ax of a barrel Secretary Mills appeared before he committee in executive session and estimated this tax would raise rom to 5150000000 Produce More Revenue The a barrel rate the treasury secretary said would produce mor revenue than any other tax level The vote 12 to 5 by which the bill was reported follows AUNT MET By Robert Quillen I Bill would make money by just markin their gro cery bill pad As it is now they spend their cash some where ehe because theyre scared to let him know theyve got any Watson Indiana Reed Pennsylvania Shortridge Califor nia Bingham Connecticut LaFol lette Wisconsin and Hastings Del aware all republicans and Harri son Mississippi King Utah George Georgia Wash Massachu setts Barkley Kentucky and Hull Tennessee democrats Amendment Rejected Against Smoot Utah and Keyes New Hampshire republicans and Connally Texas Gore Okla homa and Costigan Colorado democrats The amendment offered in the senate by Senator Borah republi can for an excess profit tax ranging from 10 to 30 per cent was rejected without a record vote A proposal to increase the tax from 5 to a barrel was similar ly defeated Shanklin Entitled to for Returning Baby to His Mother DES MOINES Jan 30 thur J Shanklin 65 is entitled to the reward for return to his mother of the six weeks old son of Mrs August Loll detectives said today Shanklin notified police of the presence of the baby at the home of his adopted son and wife Mr and Mrs Earl J Shanklin Were Urged to Oppose Allotment Plan WASHINGTON Jan 30 A senate committee was told today that the Institute of American Meat Packers had sent out be tween two and hree hundred thou sand circular letters asking hog producers and commission men to protest against the domestic allot ment plan G F Swift president of Swift and company and head of the pub ic relations committe of the insti ute was questioned about the cir cular after he had told the agricul ture committee the plan if applied to hogs would cause a 100 per cent increase in the cost of ham and bacon and harm the farmer by re ducing consumption He said the letter asked growers and commission men to protest to their congressmen or the chairmen of the house and senate agriculture committees Swift said he saw no hope for a better price for the hog producer until the buying power was restored to city residents At about the same time Paul Bestor farm loan commissioner was putting before the senate fin ance committee opposition ex pressed by Secretary Mills in a let ter to the Frazier bill to refin ance farm mortgages The letter said the plan proposed by the mea sure would disrupt the farm land bank and federal reserve systems and have harmful resuts on the na tions currency system Drill Case in Court Again for 3rd Time For the third time the case of Helen Fisher Drill vs Harry Drill opened cbuft Mrs Drill is suing for an annul ment of her second marriage to the St Paul youth The first trial start ed last spring but was dropped when the court ruled the case must be governed by laws of divorce making necessary a longer time of residence for the plaintiff The second trial early last fall also came to an abrupt end when dismissed by the plaintiff after the THREE NAMED IN CHICAGO FRAUD SUPREME COURT MAY DECIDE ON PROPOSED LAWS Iowa House Postpones Action on Former Auditor Long DES MOINES Jan 30 supreme court opinions o proposed legislation involving constitutional questions would be made available under a bill introduced in the Iowa senate today Senators Valentine of Centerville and Myers of Newton sponsors o the bill contended that with opinions available legislation coulc be corrected when necessary before passage thereby saving time and expense Representatives Sheridan of Lee county and Stiger of Tama introduced the measure in the house The house today voted 60 to 34 to postpone indefinitely action in the case of former state auditor J W Long suspended by former governor Turner Raise Debtor Exemption The senate passed 46 to 0 a joint resolution proposing an amendment Witt Rogers SANTA MONICA Cal Jan 30The British ambassador is a mighty popular man guest of the senate guest of the president thats on deck waiting to go to jat The poor French ambassa dor yon cant help but feel hind er sorry for him he is still in the dog house A senator named Tidings the other day introduced a bill where the government couldnt appro priate more money than was coming In that is if tUcta1 have any money you could no dole out any Well the senate liked to mobbed him they called the idea treason sacreligious inhuman and taking the last ves tags power from a politician that is the right to appropriat your money which you dont have Yours WILL ROGERS Copsright 1032 McNauKbt syndicate Members of Stevens Family Reported Indicted in e Case to the constitution to eliminate the decennial state census Previously a similar resolution but in different form had been passed by the house When the resolution has been passed by both houses it must be aubmitted to the next general as sembly and to a vote of the people Should this be done and the amend could tie eliminated Board to Solve Nebraskas Farm Mortgage Crisis Governor Bryan Makes Tax Commissioner Head of Conciliation Body LINCOLN Nebr Jan 30 Gov Charles W Bryan today inlti defendants counsel again raised the question of length of residence The case is being tried before Judge M H Kepler H J Bryant and Roe Thompson are the plaint iffs attorneys and Frank Drill of St Paul father of the defendant coun sel for Drill CHICAGO Jan 30 Three members of the Stevens family of Chicago were reported today to have been named in true bills voted by the grand jury charging con spiracy and embezzlement in their administration of the finances of the Illinois life insurance company States Attorney Thomas J Court ney said the conspiracy count al leged that Ernest J Stevens his 80 year old father James W Stevens and his brother Raymond obtained 51000000 by false pretenses from company they Music Publisher in Colorado Prison for Auto Theft Releasec CANON CITY Colo Jan 30 UP Smeeman 33 Cleveland Ohio music publisher whose thre year and one month sentence fo KNOCKED OUT BY THUG AT GREENE Employe of CoOp Creamery Slugged as He Arrives at Work GREENE Jan Hune muller employe of the Greene Co operative creamery was knocked unconscious by a thug this morning ashe entered the establishment Sheriff Henry Burma of Allison i investigating tne casa nut has no announced any clews Hunemuller is recovering Hunemuller went to the creamery at 6 oclock this morning After go inginside he started to release th night lock before turning on th light He was then struck on th head Falling unconscious he faile to see his assailant An hour later Buttermaker A E McLaughiln came and found Hune muller Hunemuller later regained the life Insurance controlled The insurance company is in the hands of a receiver and plans to carry on its business by reinsuring in other companies or mutualiza tion are now maturing The two embezzlement charges Prosecutor Courtney said alleged hat dividends were paid while the ompany was actually insolvent and hat company property was turned ver to dummies and the proceeds Jverted to the Stevenses The three counts carry bond re quirements of for each indi vidual named The true bills it was mderstood will be returned before Chief Justice John Prystalski in Timinal court tomorrow The house emergency committee introduced a bill to increase exemp tion of a farmer or debtor in a mortgage foreclosure to 500 JKeduco Bank Capital Representative Ellsworth of Har din sponsored a house measure to reduce the minimum capital for establishment of state Or savings bank or trust companies In most cases under the bill capital re quirements would be reduced 50 per cent The house had an executive ses sion of almost two hours this morning for a general discussion of emergency farm relief legislation The session was called at the re quest of Senator Geske head of the joint committee on emergency leg lation for the purpose of obtain ng suggestions from member of the house Admits Killing lowan With Blow of Fist KEOKUK Jan 30 Brcgenzer today pleaded guilty t a charge manslaughter and was sentenced to an eight year term i Fort Madison penitentiary by Judg John M Rankin Bregenzer ad mitted that he killed Joseph Tallar ico with a blow of his fist last Dec 28 Mrs Shanklin admitted to police that she took the baby from its crib to raise as her own yen1 automobile theft was commuted by Gov Edwin C Johnson to six months was to be released from the state prison today to Sheriff D P Vanbuskirk who will hold him for St Louis authorities Smeeman will be held In the Fre mont county jail Warden Roy Best said until the arrival of a deputy from St Louis where Smeeman faces a two year sentence for auto theft lowan Killed and His Companion Hurt When Auto and Bus Collide SIOUX CITY Jan 30 Satter of Sloan was killed and his campanion Ward Thomas 25 also of Sloan was seriously injured Sunday when the cab in which they were riding collided with a bus near Whiting According to wit nesses of the accident the automo bile In which the two were riding sideswiped the bus on state high way number 75 Hospital attend ants expressed little hope for th recovery of Thomas consciousness A bottle containing in change was taken from the of fice of the creamery but dropped outside the door lowan Gives Blood to Save Omaha Chile and creditors together through a board of conciliation to solve mort gage problems The board of conciliation includ ing State Tax Commissioner W H Smith farm organization leaders and banking leaders in the state would be authorized to tiy to bring about fair and equitable settle ments between debtors and credit in an effort to keep farmers Appointment Reported to Have Forestalled Monarchists BERLIN Jan 30 Hit ler picturesque leader of the Ger man fascists was made chancellor of Germany today succeeding Gen eral Kurt von Schleicher who re signed last week But in grant ing him the am bition of his po ll tic al lifetime President von Hindenburg sur rounded him with a cabinet of conservatives Franz von Pa pen the former chancellor and confidant of the president is vice chancellor Kon stantin von Neu ratb remains for e i g n minister Alfred Hugcn berg tho na tionalist leader has an important cabinet post Hitler placed his best men William F r i c k and Hermann Georlng in the cabinet Frick as minister of the i n i o r and without portfolio Gener al Werner von Blumberg was the various on their land They would have power to appoint advisory local committees to assist in reaching settlements Offers Orderly Way I am sure Governor Bryan citi their this It was pointed out that the joint ommittee was desirous of getting his legislation into proper form as oon as possible but that it has ad to go slowly to avoid any pos ible unconstitutional acts 1Uin Joint Session The house voted to hold a joint ession Feb 13 as a memorial to Abraham Lincoln Prof Benjamin F Shambaugh of the state histor cal society is to speak The house ilso approved a senate resolution or a joint session tomorrow to hear Henry A Wallace discuss the farm problem and also to have a joint session Feb 20 to hear an address by Lewis Johnson national com mander of the American Legion who will be in Dea Moines that day The house passed a tax reduction measure making it a misdemeanor for county officials to exceed the appropriations by boards of super visors In Executive Session The Nebraska legislature in resolution appealed to the low senate for legislation to exemp farmers trucks from license fee and to limit the fees on commercia trucks Both house and senate were in ex said in a statement that all zens of Nebraska will lend support to this committee and program which is intended to pro vide an orderly way to check a sit uation that is fast approaching a AOO1P This board will serve without compensation and act as a volun tary adjustment board until a refi ancing program for agriculture an be worked out by congress Smith Made Chairman Those named to the board besides Smith who is chairman are H G Cenney of Omaha president of the Nebraska Farmers union C L Dects of Broken Bow master of the state grange P P Cedar of Genoa president of the Nebraska Farm Bureau federation S C Parmenter of Yuta president of the Nebraska Farm Holiday association Louis S Life Insurance Firm Announces It Will Halt Foreclosures NEW YORK Jan 30 dent Thomas A Buckner of the York Life Insurance company today announced that instructions nave been Issued by the company suspending foreclosure of mort gages 1n Iowa farms Buckner said the Instructions were issued in ac cordance with a request contained a proclamation issued by Gov L Herring and that fore closures would be suspended pend ing further consideration of the Iowa farmers difficulties by the state legislature OMAHA Jan 30 Russell G ccutive sessions this afternoon Sir William Taylor Dies DUBLIN Irish Free State Tan 30 William Taylor 62 president of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland since 1927 died suddenly today Akin a salesman from Ottumwa lias been selected from 17 volun teers to give blood In a third trans fusion for Frances Brown 6 year old of Omaha She is ill with a blood infection FORDlEElNOT COME TO COURT DETROIT Jan 30 Judge Guy A Miller today set aside the subpoena served recently upon Henry Ford in connection with a countersuit of the Sweeten automo bile company of Philadelphia Fire CnstK MARSHALLTOWN Jan 30 T Fire Sunday caused dam age to the Higgin department store here The blaze was not brought under control until firemen had worked two hours and a half The senate in its executive ses sion confirmed the appointment o Turn Page K Column fl made defense minister The new chancellor who is only 43 took the appointment in stride Wo Shall Sec Well we shall see was all he said to the correspondents as he re turned to his hotel from the presi dents office now lets eat He had been up all night and un til 5 oclock this morningworking out a detailed program to submit to the president With his new associates he went over to the executive offices Otto Meissner the presidents secretary met him They talked for a little while Meissner assured him the president in his talks witn Colonel von Papen over the week end finally had been persuaded to overcome his last scruples against placing Hitler at the head of the government Then Hitler was taken to the president Proposed by von Pnpcn One of those who was there described the meeting The venerable field marshal was kindliness Itself he said when Col onel von Papen in the presence of Alfred Hugennerg and several oth ers proposed Hitler for chancellor Yes yes Indeed the president nodded Then he rose towering above the others grasped Hitlers hand and formally made the appointment The word went about quickly anil Slark of Omaha president of the Nebraska Mortgage Bankers asso ciation and Stanley Maly of Lin coln president of the Lincoln Cham ber of Commerce a banker and bus incssman Keeping farmers on their land is of vital importance to our social welfare said the statement and we must approach the problem now confronting us with that in mind In the majority of cases leniency will doubtless render it possible for the individual to worm out and to reconstruct his affairs on a going basis and to hold on unlil better prices obtain when Hitler got back to his hotel the streets were jammed Grins mid Waves His own close friends waited to shake his hand and there were Turn tc Pnuc fi Column 1 Wea Artists Want Change and Paint Restaurant Walls SEATTLE Jan 30 rumored But what will you was good in Alex McEwans restau have rant Then it boomed Seven regu ar customers came in at once They carried stepladders planks and paint This was odd thought McEwan but they were artists and artists he knew were odd fellows tie beamed What will you have today gen tlemen The meat pie is very ex cellent We arent eating thanks re plied Ernest Norling Were paint ing Oh yes sure said McEwan He knew artistic temperament had to I said Norling repeated Were painting For three solid years weve looked at these walls We want change And they need it Stepladders and scaffolding were set up and the painters went to work Eating ceased McEwan fled to the potato bin and brooded Two hours later the artists anc their temperament having had the way he came cautiously back H ound hrimself In tomb modernized Tomorrow said can cat Egyptia Norling IOWA WEATHER Fnlr slightly colder In cv tremc east portion Monday night T u f s d a y IncrensinR cloudiness somewhat warmer In west portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures lor 4 hour period at 8 oclock Monday morning Maximum Sunday 30 Minimum in Night 20 At 8 A M Monday 2S Precipitation 02 of an Inch Figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday 2i Minimum in Night 13 Slippery streets and highways caused by rain freezing as it came n contact with the pavement have been the principal feature of thr weather conditions dealt out to North Iowa in the past three days Monday a bright sun was melting the thin layer a ice on the roads and the principal hazard of mov ing was being removed   

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