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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 18, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                BWO FINANCIAL RULE FOR GOVERNOR Continued From Page 1 revenuewould be made under tli governors direction State departments would be re quired to file quarterly requisition which would be paid only with the consent of the governor In the event that revenues fell short of estimates the governor could reduce the appropri Auditing Centralized Under the provisions of the sec ond bill all auditing would be cen tralized under the comptroller who would take over all the present It would abolish the office of budget director and transfer to the state auditor his duties in examining state denart boan and audltlng tne state Seldemann pointed out that the state now has nine agencies charged with the duty of administering some phase of its finances so that it Tth governor obtain a con atement of a1 be restricted according to quarterly worK programs presented to the governor for approval he said Seidemann expressed belief that the presentation of these quarterly programs will give the governor the opportunity of reappYaislmrthe activltlea being conducted g and for make foi him to enforce economies and to restrict expenditures to the re sources available ctions Under the proposed plan he said the financial information needed not only will be centered in one agency out tue methods and Drocprinm branches of the government Direct Saving PPd CONGRESS TO BE BUSY TO MAY 1 Continued From l produced yesterday by Chairman Rayburn of the house interstate commerce committee This wonlrl repeal the recapture clause IrtttS interstate commerce commission regulate railroad holding companies Tr transportation and consol dated the power and radio commls Would Declare Embargo Somewhere along the line con gress will be asked to enact the res lution Mr Roosevelt favorsi jrfvta authority to declare an only plus some indirect fav savings do not represent pan pOSSible cut tho Thegreatest economy will be de rived from the establishment of a real financial control over the ing will jf these Jaws are enacted And on Monday the house will consider and probably pass an amended senate bill extending priv ileges of the emergency banking act to banks that are not federal re serve members In the immediate future the pres ident is prepared to carry out pro visions of the economy bill The vet eraas already las ordered a suspenaion of all deter minations and awards in veterans cases except those of emereendv aature New regulations are o De tf these as as the bill becomes law Another step is tobe completion of reorganization plans now beC prepared Many realignments arf understood to have been agreed upon many others to be in the City Screen MARCH 18 19SS IN THE RADIO WORLD SATURDAY jtAncH is programs to key and Programs subject to u Irm NETIVOBK NOBTHWEST wlay kfyr ckgiv cfcl wctf Vvjax kdvl kcfr irohi COASTUgo M kgT So kC kpo kex Wr kga Wad ktar ken P Davis Orto cst Kong Serial totary Tango 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c Legions safety projects thus far MAN IS ELECTED into every grade of every SCOoo public and parochial in the state he said With this plan perfected everv child from the day it enters the first grade until he leaves high school contacts the lessons of safe 1 ty daily Part of Program The idea of highway safety as n part of the Legions communib must be passed by twothirda of the division units The teachers listened to two ad dresses Saturday morning by George Godfrey Algona member of the state board of education who talked on Our Schools and W Earl Hall department commander of the American Legion who spoke on the Legion program for safety Music for the morning session Sunday basic 200V Y Phllharmonlcto Hull 5 Vocal Rolle romenade Concertto c AFTERNOON Talk Mlld to c American Music Orch GoRoUnabaic Cappeiia outh Concerenc c toe F PiOfrramc to c rcan alo c Immy Meltod Tenor Tubes Tested FREE In Our Store Repair and Service All Makes of Radios VANCE MUSIC CO EVERYTHING IN MUSIC m North Federal Phonfl oa orchestra under the direction of W A Storer Outlines Philosophy An appeal for the adoption of the right philosophy of life and placing the responsibility on the schools for instilling that philosophy in the coming generations were keynotes of the address by Mr Godfrey I dont know when the school problem is more difficult than it is roday he said As you all know t is hard to finance any project Then there is a tendency on the part of some groups to delete from education That tendency is less ap parent here than in the east The tendency is the part of ac cumulated wealth to get out from under its share of the burden But eventually the program of educa tion will triumph because it is serv ing a purpose nothing else can do Education Prevents Work I dont believe there is anythinir more potent in the world todly for forwarding the peace movement than a right school program The things back of war are ignorance prejudice fearal of which Th by C0rrect education The teacher who is teaching truths in the schools is doing more for I believe the crisis we are goinsr through today i the result of S school programor lack of pro gram30 or 40 years ago How many of you can remember n your copy books time is money Americans are the products of the jilSSSSt FLrsfa Orch Kerrs Orch uatin vnn hCaBO to c Radio Tubes Tested FREE ACREMETER wur 6XaCt of your tubes if you need ones we have standard at low prices P G and NETlVOnK 0 Orchbalc Vocal Octet B30 i eaii 7nnT e to c Now that we are facing a recnn sent I jt more esl h 6Ver that we have a t We may be hnr thines for a while but the ultimate solution will de pend on education Every generation of Is born with about the same inn ent qualities Environment is what Most thing on which we must do Lt J8 S we I look forward to see in this yThere in the mlddlc w the fmest civilization the world inBe Mystery eCOme Bluesn oruanuii C5 alio c Jan GaibcrB 5rch A All we need is to be brought to see the right philosophy leam that happiness is based on an appreciation of others of nature of ourselves and of life If we can get that across we aw 6 thaB anyone SS clety reconstruction of our so r SVCS Program Mr Hall who headed the state safety committee of the Legion last year explained the legionnaires farflung project for reducing the fataitles both on the highway and elsewhere by a program of education The most important of the Iowa T mind of Bob Colflesh last years de partment commander said Mr Hall An adored niece had died in his trms at a hospital the result of an avoidable accident He aad noted the death toll in Iowa had risen from 312 to than the four years between 1926 and 1930 coincident with the comitg of pavement on a grand In those figures lay both a chal lenge and the field of service as Bob Colflesh set the forces of the Amer ican Legion against this monster called recklessness It was my good fortune to be drawn into service as director of the new project Back m the early days of the Legicn I had been privileged to inaugurate our community service program on statewide lines Had to Choose Course First of all there was the neces sity to determine what direction Our efforts should take Two courses were possible Should the Legion constitute itself into a sort of law enforcing agency with every mem ber a vigilante Or should we as sume leadership along educational lines seeking to stimulate safety consciousness in the motoring pub he We decided in favor of th latter course which decision stand put u3 the most fortunate year mad in the development of our program A visit to the Chicago headquar ters of the National Safety Counci confirmed our Judgment as to th proper direction for our work anc fromSidney Williams of that or ganization we obtained invaluable counsel in shaping our program In setting up its safety program the Legion organized the state in nine district units with schools of instruction for the district chiefs and launched a plan which resulted in the erection of 700 safety posters by 150 poats with changes in the messages to motorists every month Mr Hall explained Received CoOperation The Legion has received the co operation of numerous other organ izations in the state in this safety Project he added In launching Its program the Legion sponsored a dinner in Des Moines at which the heads of nearly 40 state wide or ganizations were represented in cluding P T A Farm Bureau Federation of Womens clubs state medical society service clubs and many others Every man and woman present t00k a hand to go back to his or her organization and make high way safety a major project To an admirable degree these other or ganizations joined us in our pro gram developing safetyconscious ness in our motoring public Has Been Effective Results have shown this program of safety has been effective the commander pointed out hlSnway deaths totted 645 he said In 1931 the total was 583 a drop of 15 per cent The total for 1932 was 530 or 115 below the 1930 slaughter peak The Legion doesnt claim credit for all of this remarkable showing So far as I am concerned I should feel justified if we could point to the saving of one child life in each of the nine districts through which we have carried on our work or in deed one for the entire state At Mason City THEATERS Inasmuch the whole nation is lebatlng the subject of beer Buster Ceaton and Jimmy Durante have urned their talents loose on the ubject They take over the opera ion of a real brewery in their new letro Goldvvyn Mayer comedy What No Beer which opened a ur day engagement at the Palace leater Saturday Rosco Ates hyllis Barry and John Mlljan form he supporting cast of this 100 pe ent laugh show based on 4 pe ent beer The Cecils first card in the nexv eal in entertainment is Richard ix in The Great Jasper which ened a four day run at that the ter Saturday Wera Engels is co arred with Dix who Is seen as a rile ladies man a free lance lover Jack Oakle established himself as a comic the day the Prince of Wales visited Wall Street a number of years ago He Oakie comes to the Strand theater on Sunday in the leading role of Once in a Life time with Sidney Fox Zasu Pitts and Louise Pazenda Man Against Woman with Jack Holt and Lillian Miles closes at the Iowa theater Saturday eve ning Holt has a two fisted role that appeals to men and women alike and the new Iowa star Miss Miles is thoroughly charming a His stories tho talk of his women the talk of Europe thats Lee Tracy in the new picture Clear All Wires which opens at the Palace theater Wednesday Clear All Wires is crammed with action romance and thrills rn this production Tracy maintains the reputation he has won for himself of giving a 100 per cent portrayal of his part Clear All Wires shows Tracy at his best V Youll wunt to Bee what happens when a king who used to bo a man becomes the rran who used to be a king George Arliss has just such a role in The Kings Vacation play Ing at the Cecil Wednesday Thurs day and Friday The Kings Vaca tion is a rollicking comedy with Dick Powell Patricia Ellis and Mrs Florence Arlias c Tom Keene and little Dorthv Wilson play at the Strand for the ast times Saturday in their latest western thriller Scarlet River Youll like them in this now release Atea heads the supporting Miller Denies Forgery and Desertion Counts DES MOINES March 18 Pleas of not guilty to indictments him with and desertion were entered here by Clyde Miller husband of Mrs Francette Miller city finance com missioner Miller was returned from Palo Alto Cal by a deputy sheriff J SIFTING BODY TO THIN OUT BILLS Conffnupd From Inso 1 troduce it at the special session in August The house concurred in minor senate amendments to four tax re duction committee measures but declined to concur in a senate amendment exempting policemen when testifying at n trial from the provisions of a bill requiring that public officials on a salary must re turn their fees to the county The state senate today approved 14 bills largely of a noncontrover sial or legalizing nature Passed hy Senate Members of the upper house who stayed in Des Molnes for the morn ing session approved all the bills largely without opposition Measures passed Miller of franchise for an electric plant bv the town of Rowley By a rail road bridge at Toolesboro By Hickman Legalizing the Harlnn Mutual Telephone associa tion of Harlan Center By Clinton warrants By Fox riv er drainage district bonds By Myers of revi sion on compromising personal taxes Departmental re vision on secretary of excutive council state county or city owned real estate By the con tagious disease law to special char ter cities Among bills introduced in the house today were the following New House Bills By the commerce commitee re quiring the sale of cement in the original package By dairy and food committee re quiring the pasteurization of all dairy material used in frozen des serts whether or not from tuber culin tested cattle By the roads and highways com mittee authorizing the boards of supervisors to designate any proj ect as an unemployed aid project and to use unemployed to complete the work on a day basis House democrats are preparing to caucus the first of the week to map out their program on legisla tion for the remainder of the ses sion and to devise a means of speeding up the work Poor Relief Code City and township revision on poor relief Judiciary No judg ments in recess on county attor neys information Judiciary No revision in reference to certain federal acts By sections of the code on taxes By law on SPENCE TO TALK AT FINAL FORUM Spiritual Challenge to Be Subject for Last of Series William H Spence pastor of the First M E church will speak on The Spiritual Challenge of Today at the regular meeting of the public forum at the Y M C A at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon The meeting is the seventh and last of a series of Sunday afternoon discus sions held at the Y M C A Marion Olson is chairman of the committee in charge of the meetings Starts Saturday HE KEPT TOO MANY HOME FIRES BURNING Four Big Days Could he help it if his unholy wink attracted women likeiriothsaround a scorching flame Wo ivife could resist him except his cum Prance complains of being misun derstood in this country But why not niellius a check for and see if we misunderstand it New York Times AT THE THEATERS Thrills action and gripping sus lense furnish the screen fare for owa theater patrons Sunday and Monday when Klondike the sen atlonal melodrama of transoceanic lyers and the Alaskan wilderness s shown The prominent cast ia eaded by Lyle Talbot and Thelma odd and includes Capt Frank Hawks famous flyer CECIL Saturday Sunday Monday Tues day The Great Jasper with Richard Dix and Wera Engels Wednesday Thursday Friday George Arliss in The Kings Vaca tion PALACE Saturday Sunday Monday Tues uproarious comedy What No Beer with Buster Keaton and Jimmy Durante Wednesday Thursday Friday Clear All Wires starring Lee Tracy Benita Hume and Una Merkel STRAND River with Tom Keene and Dorothy Wilson Sunday in a featuring Jack Oakie Sidney Fox Zaau Pitta and Louise Fazenda Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Call Her Savage starring Clara Bow Muni and Glenda l arrell in I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang IOWA Sunday Monday Klondike with Capt Frank Hawks Lyle Tal bot and Thelma Todd Tuesday Wednesday Decep with Barbara Weeks Dickie Carrillo and Haines in Fast Life Sign of Four a oherlock Holmes story Arthur Wontner with WERA ENGEL EDNA MAY OLIVER NORTH IOWAS HOME OF BIG PICTURES PRESENTS A NEW DEAL IN ENTERTAINMENT Starts SUN I0c Till 2 P M 5c After 2 P M GLORIOUS DRAMA m THELMATODO CAPT FRANK HAWKS HENRY BWALTHAU TULLV MARSHALL Roaring Motors In the Silent North Fiery Passions on the Frozen Plain A Drnmn of Doctors and Destiny An Excellent Variety Short Subjects LAST TIME SATURDAY MAN AGAINST WOMAN with ack Holt Lillian Miles Now Showing The House of Economical Quality Entertainment A NATIONAL QUESTION Makes the Funniest Coinedv of Screen Iliatory Buster and Schnozzle try to brew 4 beer but they produce 100 laughs A National JoyFest BARGAIN PRICES Matinee j Except Sunday liJC Evening Children Matinee Sun Till 2 P Jf ISc Lust time Saturday1 TOM KEENE in SCARLET RIVER SUNDAY and MONDAY ONCE IN A LIFETIME Jack Oakie Sidney Fox I   

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