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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 21, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO BODY OF SUICIDE VICTIM IS FOUND Former Manager of Elevator at Carpenter Leaves Wife 3 Sons CARPENTER March body of Charles H Sesert 48 for mer manager of the local elevator who had hanged himself officials statedwas found in a potato ware house late yeaterday afternoon Se sert had been missing since Satur day afternoon The warehouse was not In use at present No inquest will be held Coroner W R Shelledy of Osage said who stated that the death was a case of suicide The auicide victim left a note which stated Goodbye to every body Forgive me Collect my Insur ance and pay everythingI owe Sesert operated the elevator un til it closed last fall He had beon out of work since Surviving are his wfdow who is suffering from rheumatism and three sons Verne Stanley and Percy all of Carpen ter creating future national wealth This is brought home by the news we are receiving today of vast dam age caused by floods on the Ohio and other rivers Control and Direction Control and direction of such work can be carried on by existing machinery of the departments of MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MARCH 21 1933 labor ior agriculture war and inter ROOSEVELT URGES REFORESTING PLAN Continued Trom PnsB 1 tions involved I shall make recom mendations to the congress pres ently In regard to grants to states fo relief work I advise you that th remainder of the appropriation o last year will last until May There fore and because a continuance o federal aid is still a definite neces sity for many states a further ap propriation must be made befor the end of this special session I find clear need for some slm pie federal machinery to coordi cafe sm3 check these grants of aid I am therefore asking that you es tablish thfl office of federal relief administrator whose dutv it will be to sc34i requests for grants and to check the efficiency and wisdom of their use First of Measures The first of these measures which I have enumerated however can and should be Immediately enacted I propose to create a civilian con servation corps to be used la sim ple work not interfering with nor mal employment and confining it I estimate that 250000 men con be given temporary employment by early summer if you give me au thority to proceed within the next two weeks 1 ask no new funds at this time The use of unobligated funds now appropriated for public works will he sufficient for several months This enterprise is an established part of our national policy It will conserve our precious natural re sources It will pay dividends to the present and future generations It will make improvements in national and state domains which have been largely forgotten in the past few years of industrial development Moral anfl Spiritual More important however than the material gains will be the moral and spiritual value of such work The overwhelming majority of un employed Americans who are now walking the streets and receiving private or public relief would In definitely prefer to work We can take a vast army of these unem ployed out into healthful surround ings We can eliminate to some ex tent at least the threat that en forced idleness brings to spiritual and moral stability It is not a panacea for all the unemployment hut it is an essential step in this emergency I ask its adoption NILE GOGHRAN GOES ON TRIAL New Count Is Filed Agains Iowa Farmer in Milk War Slaying ELK POINT S Dak March 21 a new count filed against lim Nile Cochran Moville Iowa armer went on trial today for the laying of R I Markell Elk Point rucker who was fatally shot in a milk war riot Feb 3 In a surprise move states attor was that the ad may have re im self to forestry the prevention of soilerosion flood control and sim ilar projects I call your attention to the fact that this type of work Is of definite practical value not only through the prevention of great present fin ancial loss but also as a means of ey Donley filed an additional count laming Cochran as an accessory to IE crime and indicated he would roserute on that charge rather han trying to prove that a shot from Cochrans gun was responsible for the death of the milk trucker The state law provides the same penalty for an accessory as for the principal the maxi mum being life imprisonment EXECUTIVE BUDGET MEASURE OPPOSED Continued Ifrom 1 tor Cooney suggested that it possible that the fact ministration wants it something to do with the decision of some senators as to its constitution ality1 Possibly politics is entering into the consideration the democratic leader remarked Patterson objected to these marks declaring that they pugned his motives Cooney pointed out that he had not mentioned the name of any one senator but told Patterson that if the shoe fits put it on Getting Squeamish Senator Valentine said he did not know why we are getting so squeamish about the constitution all of a sudden contending that prac tically all the emergency measures which have been passed so far are unconstitutional Particularly is this true of the farm mortgage relief bill he said During the debate Senator Byers said he believed that the bill if en acted would be a direct violation of the constitution We have perhaps gotten away from the constitution In some emer gency measures but in a matter such as this we should be careful he said Vote on Motion The vote to defer action until Thursday was taken on motion of Senator Valentine who suggested that in the meantime the attorneys in the senate also consider the Brookings institution bill providing for the appointment of a state comptroller This latter bill gives the governor direct financial super vision over the various state de partments The first three these bills prepared by the Brookings in stitution as part of Governor Her rings reorganization program have now been introduced In both houses In addition to the comptroller act they embrace provisions for cen tralizing auditing and revision of the code in conformity with these changes The senate in its morning ses sion also passed a house bill spon sored by the committee on schools and textbooks permitingthe dis ples this Texas A ajid M college In vited students at the Texas Col lege of Industrial Arts at Den ton Tex to pick their prettiest coed to rule as queen of the former schools cotton ball and style their choice was Phyllss Matlock Associ ated Press continuance of township high schools upon a 60 per cent affirm ative vote Annual Inventory It also approved a bill by the committee on military affairs au IN THE RADIO WORLD TUESDAY MARCH 21 Centra i Bcnnaord Tlmo pro pram B lo ksy ami b asts chains or groups ttoereof unless specified coast to coast o to ci deal gnat I on Includes all available Programs subject to M By the Associated Pressl XBC1TCAP NETWORK wear key wed wttc wjar wtag wcsU wfi wilt wXbr wrc wgy when wtam wwj waal Jlidweat well lead wocwho wow NORTHWEST i CAN A tm J wiba Jtatp webc wday kfyr ckgw 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ihorizing the adjutant general to ake an annual inventory at least once a year on all military stores This bill provided an appropria ion 01 S250O a year to carry on the work and this allowance was op posed by Senator L T Shangle of Oskaloosa I dont know what we have a na tional guard in Iowa for anyway Shangle said We spend 5235000 a year to build up an army that we wont have any use for if we live up to our treaties A ppssiHe Teasoafor senate delay in takingup the gDvemors appoint ment of Jennie Cbrlett of Oskaloosa to the board of education was aired in informal discussion today It was reported that the Mahaska county democratic central committee was opposing the appointment Reduce Auto Fees i A reduction in motor vehicle reg istration fees is provided in the Strachan Mil passed by the house today The measure now goes to the senate for consideration Under its provisions after the fourth consecutive registration the fee would be 75 per cent of that when new based on value After the fifth registration 50 per cent and after the sixth 25 per cent The reductions do not affect the fee based on the weight of the vehicles It is estimated the measure will reduce receipts of the highway from to S600000 an nually Other bills passed included By Wenig relieving county and township officers from liability for loss of nonpublic funds by the closing of a bank which had been designated a public depository Resolution by Dale The house also adopted a resolu tion by Representative Dole of Jef ferson designating the eastern goldfinch as the official state bird The lower branch concurred in a senate resolution memorializing congress to pass the Frasier bill providing for refinancing of farm mortgages at a low rate of inter est on a long time basis For the second time the lower branch passed the McFarlane bill prohibiting jaywalking on pri mary highways Reconstruction of the measure was brought up by Representative Teter of Marion The members were debating the Stanzel measure when adjournment was takenfor lunch The bill would relieve the owner of mortgaged realty for personal property of five mills on his tax when the mortgage was listed for taxation as moneys and credits The reduction would be applicable to the amount repre sented by the mortgage ROOSEVELT HITS WHILE IRONS HOT Continued From Page 1 drive n himself and the lawmakers mercilessly to make the most of it Bnnks Grow Acute Until very shortly before his in auguration indications were that he felt himself in imperative need of authority to slash expenses to reve nue limitations of unemployment and agricultural relief legislation and of Volstead law certainly as a fiscal measure and perhaps also for psychological rea sons The banking situation developed acuteness at nearly the last mo ment Doubtless the then presidentelect sensed it ahead of the rest of the country from the spreading epi demic of state moratoriums Even so it cannot but have called for s tremendously rapid recasting of his program and redrafting of his inaugural there has been no especial reference to these speedy readjustments which it is impossible to believe he did not find necessary for the new peril at all events in its imminence was unexpected Offers Advantage It was a danger of the first mag nitude and yet it offered an advan tage It absolutely guaranteed congres sional acquiescence in whatever he demanded It was a fair assumption indeed that the legislative branch already was prepared to grant him broad powers Still there always is an element of uncertainty in forecast ing what Capitol hill will do in any circumstances other than those of practically 100 per cent compulsion The banking crisis provided the full 100 per cent of it After that victory the remainder temporarily was comparatively easy Congress will begin to recov er from its scare after an interval There were premonitory chirps of it eveu during the senate debate of the economy bill Already however President Roosevelt has put through the essential part of hia program He struck while the iron was hot and he struck with a vengeance MILITARY SPIRIT OUT IN GERMANY Continued From t solved at home and abroad I hope the members of the new reichstag place themselves loyally behind the government The place where we stand re calls old Prussia which became great through fear of God devotion to duty unflagging courage and self denying patriotism said the former field marshal who served two emperors in arms Thus it united the German peo ea he added May the spirit of hallowed place inspire the present generation freeing it from selfish party hatreds and joining us together in a national rebirth of the soul for the weal of a unified free and proud Germany President Faces Altftr The president faced the altar as he spoke Chancellor Hitler who then responded read his speech while standing with his back to the altar For years heavy burdens have pressed upon our people After a pe riod of proud revival poverty and distress have visited us once more said the chancellor Millions or Germans seek their daily bread in vain Our economy is desolated ouV finances shattered For 2000 years this faith haa clung to our people ever against our as cent comes our fall The German victim of inner disintegration dis united in spirit and divided In will and thus helpless in P owe ness to maintain Ms own ex istence Hitler said Voice Sometimes Shrill In a voice sometimes shrill and sometimes quiveringwith emotion he continued Our people have done their share to strengthen and in crease the benefits of peace civili zation and culture While consci ous cf their power they never for got the responsibility for mutual co operation of European nations The enabling act to give Hitler dictatorial powers until April 1 1937 would empower his govern ment to make laws even conflict ing with the constitution It would remove control of the reichstag anc the reichsrat the states counci which assents to an offls Introducec in the former body over such legis lation Passage of the enabling act and any other measures desired by the government were believed Pleads Guilty to Assaitlt FORT DODGE March 21 Dick Paul was fined when he pleaded guilty to an assault charge growing out of an attack on Paul Mooney of Fort Dodge at a New Years eve party APPROPRIATIONS STEPTOFRON Efforts to Legalize Beer Iowa Marking Time Temporarily DES MOINES March 21 While the effort to legalize bee marked time temporarily appropr ations stepped to the front as th subject for B pending battle in th Iowa general assembly Indications of the final cut whlc may be expected in the general ap propriations bill were given by th house committee which today ha made tentative slashes of almos below the estimates o the state budget director The house committee which i scheduled to report tomorrow ha not as yet set any figures on th appropriations for the state board of education Institutions and Is ye to complete work on its recommen dationg for a number of state de partments The senate committee which ig working more slowly also should report shortly 50 Per Cent Cut For the departments and instltu tions so far considered the commit tee has recommended a total of 151550 while the budget directors estimates for these totaled 5146 462 In its meeting yesterday the house committee agreed to a 50 pe cent cut in the recommended 250 000 for eradication of contagious and infectious diseases in livestock Appropriations for various livestock agricultural and grain associations also were cut 50 per cent The following list shows the bud get directors recommendations anc he tentative recommendations second column of the annual ap propriations on the allotments so far considered by the houoe appro priations committee Adjutant general 51858068151866 Bd assessment and review B conserv park etc Geological survey 78096 108000 8271 6908 60000 This work to be taken cans of by Iowa G A R 750 Historical depl 41145 Historical society 31140 Library commission 21500 State library 47192 Board of parole 27618 Fire marshal Insurance dept Board of audit State auditor 24900 Budget director 19938 O4142 Pioneer law makers 75 State printing board 120717 Eradication of contagious and Infectious livestock diseases Including tuber culin testing 230000 750 37071 27628 10177 39258 26700 1633 1 10510 46919 43336 3880 22803 17895 51783 75 142040 3TSO Iowa Beef Producers Aasn 4600 Corn Email Grain Grow ers assn 3000 Dairy association 4750 Horticultural society 5500 Farmers Institutes short etc 12000 Bd veterinary examiners 400 Horse Breeders assn 4500 Board of control 80859 Woodward Slate hospital 272500 Glemvood State hospital 342500 Cherokee Slate hospital 312500 Clarlnda state hospital 325000 Independence state hospital 300000 Ut Fleajant State hospital 315000 Toledo juvenile home 111000 Ft Madison prlaon 417500 Anamosa reformatory 422500 Rockwell city reformatory 55000 Ookdale sanitarium 232000 MarslinlUoun Soldiers hjn 210000 Davenport Soldiers orphans home 181000 Eldonl training school 185000 Mltchellvllls tralnlnE 68000 15U 23 275 600 10 225 7836 20254 31102 262S2 25397 27935 24523 8873 43017 340 4012 1S071 20433 nees 12720 7573 How States Stand Now Upon Beer State capitals report that There are at least 14 states in which beer can be sold as soon as the federal government legalizes it which will be 15 days after Presi dent Roosevelts signature to the 32 per cent bill In others a varied situation ex sts In some beer can be sold af er a specified time in some it can be sold in certain localities in oth ers proposed action to license or the beverage is pending In still least 10 neither has there been a repeal of jrohtbltion laws nor is official ac ion pending toward licensing beer The 14 in which beer can be sold mmediately after United States le galization are Arizona California Itinois Indiana Kentucky Mis souri Montana Nevada New Jer sey New York Oregon Pennsyl anla Washington and Wisconsin In North Dakota beer can be sold alter July 1 in West Virginia after Tune 9 and in Wyoming after May 8 contingent on legalization by he federal government Maryland and Delaware laws permit sale in parts of the states Some tales have repealed their prohi lition laws but will not permit beer ales until control laws have been assed In others that have passed epealers beer can be sold without uch control legislation Many tates have licensing or control pro osals pending Wonted in Iowa for Arson CHICAGO March 21 bear s held today for Peter Terzo wanted by Cedar Rapids police for arson after he refused to waive 133000 I extradition 23 STATE BANKS ARE RELEASED Institutions in Cylinder and Sheldon Now Without Restrictions DES MOINES March 21 Twentythree state banks were re leased from the restrictions of emergency banking law Monday The list announced by X W Bates deputy superintendent of banking was as follows Amber Amber Savings bank Correct lonvlILe Com Belt State bank Cylinder Cylinder State bank Denver Denver Savings bank Fostorla Farmers Savings bank Hornick State Savings bank Leighton Farmers Savings bank Llneville Ltnevllle State bank Lone Tree Farmers anil Merchants Sav ngs bank Lone Tree Lone Tree Savings bank Lytton Lytton Savings bank Marcus Farmer State bank Remsen First Trust and Savings bank Rossic Bojsle Savings bank f Schleswly Farmers State bank Sheldon Security State bank Stranan Fanners State bank Talntor TaJntor Savings bank Templeton Templeton Savings Varlna Iowa Trust and Savings bank Victor Farmers savings bank Vincent Farmers Savings bank Wever Farmers Savings bank Two Clarion Men Fined on Game Law Charges BELMOND March larion men Otto Anderson and Fohn Boyonton were brought be ore Justice of the Peace Fetrow lore by Deputy Game Warden Gro aty of Garner and fined 25 each Their guns were confiscated They vere charged with shooting ducks out of season on a small pond outhwest of here in Grant town hip Birthday Council Fire Held K a n y a s k i amp Fire girls held their Birth day council fire at the home of heir guardian Mrs B N Hen irlcks At an impressive gathering jefore the fire place one of the ttle girls of Elitsahi fairy danced Curing a musical reading One lember took firemakers rank The girls parents were invited guests Submits to Operation Estei is at he Mercy hospital He had an ap ppendicltis operation Home From Visit Henrietta Kleist eturned from a visit of several lonths with relatives at Newell nd Garner In every corner of the world both here and overseas wherever you find joy in life tis always Ludaeseass DANCE Mason City Armory SATURDAY MARCH 25 Youre just bound to have a dandy time at this dance Sims orchestra Fine music Plenty of dancing partners Hundreds come every Sat urday night nce Temporary Bridge at Belmond Is Damaged BELMOND March high wind from the northeast blew sparks from a large cauldron used by the Olsen Construction company to keep gravel warm for construc tion work on the new bridge Just south of town on highway number 15 and caused the temporary bridge used by traffic to catoh fire The fire department brought the fire under control The pilings to the bridge were badly charred and equipment belonging to the con struction company valued at 75 was burned Gold Placed In Bank WESLEY March Hut chison assistant cushier of the ex change State bank reported In gold coins and in gold cer tificates have beeu turned in DECLARES JURY WAS PREJUDICED Mrs Judd Stakes Hope for Life on Hearing Before Pardon Board PHOENIX Ariz March 21 The close of a hearing before the board of pardons and paroles upon which Winnie Ruth Judd has staked her hope for life neared to day in the city where she killed two women and was sentenced to death As the blond young alayer of Agnes Anne Leroi and Hedvig Samuelson her coworkers in a medical clinic waited in the peni tentiary at Florence where she has been ordered to be hangeci April 14 her counsel planned to present one of its principal arguments for com mutation of sentence This point will be alleged preju dice existing among the jurors who convicted Mrs Judd and voted for the death penalty The board al ready has heard assertions the price of the crime was fixed at ex ecution in a move to make her talk In the presentation of witnesses yesterday O V WillsCn attorney attempted unsuccessfully to pro duce testimony from a witness re garding the allegation of prejudice Although the board declined to hear the witness it agreed to listen today to further argument H guarantee this can lo be as KOod ax nny IOWA cnnl sold In Mason ty WIIV Pay More 00 Centerville Lump IOWAS BEST COAL Wolf Bros Goal Co PHONE 1148 SI Moritt SuittnrloiKl whtrc Jxojile lo wafch the crcom ihe winter They taste right theyre mild they have character Only thefinest of ripe tendergoldenbrown Cream of the purchased for Luckies Patiently we let these choice tobaccos age and Character true mellowmild smooth delicious tobaccos are that extra benefit so necessary for your smoking pleasure For these two and Mild Please ffl toasted   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