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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 10, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JANUARY 10 1934 PARIS POLICE AND ROYALISTS FIGHT Demonstration at Chamber Caused by Slaying in Bond Scandal PARIS Jan 10 swinging canes as weapons at tacked police repeatedly yesterday for over a square mile area around the chamber of deputies in a dem onstration against the government because of the alleged slaying of Serge Stavisky pawnshop bond operator The royalist newspaper Action Francaise had called for a popular demonstration claiming that Sta visky had not died by his own hand but had been shot down by police in order to keep him from testify ing as to what he knew of specula tions which cost the public 000 Lamp posts were broken from their foundations and strewn across the streets blocking traffic iron grills were torn from the trees which they protected The police massed in the Place Bourbon held taking into custody scores of demonstra tors Including yramen whom they loaded into busses and carried to police stations after which they were released Start The Day Right Be able to say Good Morning and mean it You can do It if youll come here for breakfast Homemade pork sausage old fashioned buckwheat cakes fluf fy wheat cakes crispy bacon and eggs hot toast and fresh creamery butter delicious cof fee Such wonderful tasting food will wake upyour appetite Various breakfast combinations lOc to 30c Chicken Dinner Wednesday Prepared by Mrs Daisy Edwin Fine dinner for Plate Luncheon Daiiy 25c 30c 35c Jefferson Coffee Shop at the BUS Depot Message on Farm Bonds WASHINGTON Jan 10 The text of todays presidential message to congress asking federal of the principal as well is interest of farm mortgage bonds ollows To the congress I have already suggested to the congress that one of our tasks in he light of experience Is to im rove and perfect previous leglsla Ion I now recommend that the emer gency farm credit act of 1933 be intended to provide responsibility iy the government for the payment ofthe principalofas well as in erest on bonds issued Two billion dollars of bonds were authorized While the interest was Duaranteed the ultimate obligation f the government for payment of he principal was not legally as sumed We should supplement what most us frankly believe to be the noral responsibility of the govern nent by adding the necessary legal The result of providing a bond n which both the principal and nterest are guaranteed would be to t such bonda on apar with treas jry securities By setting up a corporation to issue these bonds the important task of refinancing agricultural In debtedness can be continued on virtually a selfsustaining basis Expedite Disbursement The farm credit administration is expediting the disbursement of funds In order that progress In making loans may be uninterrupt ed I hope that the congress will give attention to this subject as soon aa possible It is true that technically the re sponsibilities of the government wil be increased by the amount of S2 000000000 but it seems in every way right that we thus publicl acknowledge what amounts already to a moral obligation In any event the securities to be offered are backed not onl by the credit of the government bu also by physical property of very definite value FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT The White House Jan 10 1934 Fire Causes Loss MARBLE ROCK Jan Svvant a former resident of here but who has been conducting a feec store in Phoenix Ariz for the pas 10 years has written to relative here stating that a fire damaged hi business causing him a 59000 loss JQUOR BILL TO RESTRICT SALES Continued From Page ill permitted purchase but resale n no form He explained that he resale guarded strictly Taking up the section relating to ruggists said this will transfer he liquor dispensaries on Sunday dentists druggists physicians and veterinarians Representative Grau of Buena Vista then offered n amendment which would pre ent these professions from resell ng in any form of alcoholic liquors Representative Sours of Floyd eclared liquor should be sold only through state owned stores and sserted he was against resale by ny group of people If wepermit resale we will see rug stores spring up like restaur ants he said Agree With Sours Representatives Malone of Cass Dole of Jefferson and Avery of Clay agreed with Sours The latter eclaring that in the defeat of local iption liquor was brought within the reach of all Representative Reed of Mahaska then offered an amendment to the irau proposal permitting sale for medicinal purposes only and in com pounded prescription This was de feated 43 to 44 Grau then withdrew his amendment and the house adopted without a record vote a pro posal by Representative Moore of Benton and Rice of Keokuk which would prohibit resale in the original package but permit sale in com pounded prescriptions for medicinal purposes upon the prescrition of li censed physicians or surgeons Was the liquor committee 100 per cent in favor of its own amend asked Representative Bon stetter of Kossuth Take Out Permits No said Representative Fabritz of Wapello chairman the commit tee The committee amendment as originally drawn would liave re quired all stores selling any mer chaudise containing alcohol In any form to have taken out a 1 perml annually A number of the members de blared thia was unfair with a resul that the original permit to be Is sued these establishments will b effective until revokea for cause This afternoon the house resumec its discussion of the same commit tee amendment A final vote on th amended bill may be taken late to day but this will depend on pro gress made by the house an whether the members will accep the amended measure without firs having it reprinted for study The drug store amendment is he lieved to have cost the bill som IN DAYS NEWS LieutComm KneQer BIcGin Jiis will be In command of the squadron of six navy seaplanes to fly from San Francisco to Honolulu in what Is described as the longest nonstop forma tion flight ever attempted Associated Press support but just how much no one would venture in an opinion Two Important Changes Two Important changes today had been made the state liquor bill now under consideration by the Jowa house of representatives One change involved a reduction in the personnel of the commission from nine to three and the other reduced the appropriation by which the state would go into the liquor business from 51000000 to 550000 The latter amendment was writ ten into the bill late yesterday when its proponents found themselves facing determined opposition from democrats and republicans alike 1 The amendment offered ns a com promise was adopted 61 to 40 but may cost the bills supporters some votes on final passage A number of the members believed that S250 000 was sufficient to start the state in business and some few thought that would be ample SENATE STUDIES LAST TAX BILL Continued From Page 1 commerce Constitutionality of the South Dakota law had been ques tioned In thia connection Included In the new bill alao is theprovision for a graduated re tail sales tax along the lines of the sorcalled Beardsley amend ment This tax would range from onehalf of one per cent on gross receipts up to to two per cent on receipts in excess of 000 The tax on gross income in the form of wages also is graduated ranging from of 1 per cent on up to and including up to 5 per cent on all amounts in excess of Sponsor Kevlxed Bill Sponsoring the rewritten bill were Senators Hlcklin Nelson Tripp Husted Elthon Coykendall Topping Fisch Stevens Booth Baldwin Stanley Moore and Har rington In senate file 230 as rewritten a deduction of 3 is allowed each tax payer when the tax is finally com puted Another change from pre vious bills is that retailing of elec tricity gas water or heat is in cluded under the graduated retail sales tax The business of banking is ex empt from the provisions The various tax rates as fixed in the rewritten bill all to be levied against gross income include the following in addition to the grad uated rate on retail sales and on Salaries or wages Tax on Manufacturing Manufacturing of 1 per cent except that the tax on foodstuffs human consumption shall be of 1 per cent Fees commissions interest and so forth a graduated rate begin ning at 1 per cent up to 4 per cent on all amounts in excess of Heuts royalties or discounts 1 per cent Amusement businesses 2 per cent Transportation as a common car rier within the state 1 per cent Transmitting message as a com mon carrier 2 per cent For farming or livestock raising Will Rogers RIVERSIDE Cal Jan The republican national commit tee come out strongly yesterday against Roosevelts economic policy Just two days ago the deficit of the republican nation al committee has been published It was the biggest on record There aint nothing like one broke man telling another one how to run his business Califor nias supreme court ruled yester day that if male students of a state university took all the ad vantages of free education that a little military training would not be asking too much of them If you are going to let out con scientious objectors nobody would take anything but foot ball swimming theatricals and saxophone playing All of which the states Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1934 McNaugbt Syndicate Returns From Navuda GORDONSVTLLE ard Oteson returned to his home here after two months spent with his sister Mrs George Erickson at Nevada Iowa I unaer trie hood IF YOU expect a car to go places and do If you want 8cylinder performance but not at Ae usual 8cylinder Into the new Ford V8 for 1934 Here Is a car that will do better than 80 miles an hour It develops 12 more horsepower than last years model At 50 to 60 miles per hour it is actually running at ease This reserve power means accelera in second and In high by practically any other make of American automo bile regardless of price The Ford V8 for 1934 offers you many other ad vantages Operating economy for miles per gallon at 45 miles per hour in exhaustive test runs ClearVision no blindspots and the window all In one piece More actual body room than in many more expensive cars Riding free action for all four wheels plus the proved safety of a front axle Before you buy any car at any price drive the new Ford V8 for 1934 for 1934 Senators Daughter Indicted as Hoarder DENVER Jan 10 Thomas daughter of former U S Senator Charles Thomas one of the wests outstanding advocates of bi metallism was indicted on a charge of gold hoarding by a federal grand jury which reported here yesterday afternoon of of 1 IN THE RADIO WORLD APPROPRIATIONS ACT IS TRIMMED Continued From Page 1 one of resolving the doubt in favor of the veteran In discussion of the forthcoming attach on the federal pay cut sec tion it was disclosed Chairman Buchanan of the appropriations committee was holding in reserve a letter to him from the president reporting that a justcompleted sur vey of living costs would make un juatiflable full restoration of the 15 pet cent pay cut order a year ago Democratic leaders said they would back the president Mr Roosevelt issued an executive order continuing a 15 per cent reduction for the present fiscal year ending with June The appropriations committee followed the president and Lewis Douglas the budget director all down the line in the independent of fices bill Only Two Increases Only two increases over budget estimates were for repairing the white house and for the Smithsonian institu tions printing account At that the bill was under this years appropriations And it was under the 1933 fiscal year appropriations the year before the economy act Among the Items in the 1935 fiscal year bill were White house 5429419 board of mediation 564 civil service commission 514 7600 0 employe a co mp en sation commission federal trade commission 1242730 gen eral accounting office interstate commerce commission 55430970 Smithsonian institution 5924024 and veterans administra tion 5546210000 SENTENCE THREE ON LIQUOR COUNT Carroll to Start Five Yeai Term at Anamosa With Appeal Dismissal Judge M H Kepler late Tuesday dismissed Jesse Carrolls appeal from a sentence of not to exceed five years in the mens reformatory at Anamosa Carroll was taken to Anamosa Wednesday by Sheriff J M Robertson He was sentenced with three other local boys on charge of grand larceny early last fall Judge Kepler also sentenced three local men to serve three months apiece in the county jail and fined each of them on charges of il legal possession of Intoxicating liquor In the cases of Pete Christiansen and Ear ifeachem the additional three months sentence for nonpay ment of the fine was allowed to run concurrently with the original sen tence Christiansens sentence will be counted as beginning last Dec 12 and Meachems last Nov 27 the defendants having been in jail since those dates Both pleaded guilty to county attorneys informations George Kantaris the third defend ant pleaded guilty to an indictment charging illegal possession and was sentenced to three months in the county Jail and fined 5300 but the payment of the fine was suspended County Attorney M L Mason ap peared for the state in the three hearings and A L Moe represented Kantaris Neither of the other de fendants had attorneys CONVENIENT TERMS through Universal Credit Co authorised Ford finance flans IOWA FORD DEALERS or other agricultural pursuits 1 per cent General service 1 per cent Wholesaling or jobbing H per cent Mining Vi of 1 per cent Any other business of 1 per cent As to allocation the bill now pro vides that the revenue shall be used for the state general expense for statutory county salaries and ex penses fixed by law the remainder going to public schools on a teach ers unit basis Explains Purpose Senator E R Hicklin of Wapello briefly explained the purposes in re writing the bill after which various of the sponsors took up specific provisions as to the rates Hicklin told senate that the purposes were to rklse as much rev enue as possible to relieve property broaden the tax base put the bill in constitutional form and include desirable new features brought out in the tax discussion Yesterdays session virtually com pleted committee of the whole work on the Interim committee bill S F 1 and on the two gross income tax bills senate files 33 and 209 The two latter measures were explained briefly and some corrective amend ments attached Before winding up its considera tion of the interim committee bill which proposes a net personal In come tax net corporations income tax and retail sales tax the upper house yesterday approved an amendment by Senator L T Shan gle making the retail sales levy ap ply1 to public utilities Explains Both Acts Senator Vincent Harrington of Sioux City explained both S F 33 which proposes an initial flat rate of of 1 pei cent on gross income and partial replacement of property taxes and S F 209 which pro vides for a 1 per cent levy and com plete removal of the property tax In the consideration of tho gross tax bills the reading by Senator Myron Tripp of what he said was a photostatlc copy of a letter from Gov Clyde L Herring to S S Weed of Indianola on July 28 1932 and indicating a favorable sentiment toward the gross income tax prin ciple precipitated a brief flareup Several senators Severely criti cized a motion by Senator Beards ley that the letter be printed in the senate journal and Beardsley sub sequently withdrew his proposal CHICAGOS MILK BLOCKADE ENDED Contlnnea From FaRe 1 day of January 1934 witnesseth First The Pure Milk associa tion agents of the producers of milk of the Chicago metropolitan area is to forthwith cause to be delivered to the distributors of milk in the city of Chicago their regu lar supply of milk pending the ad justment of the present differences which have given rise to the milk strike Board of Arbitration The producers of milk signatory hereto shall choose one arbitrator the distributors of milk in the city of Chicago signatory hereto shall choose one arbitrator the two so chosen shall choose a third arbitrator The board of arbi tration so constituted shall immed iately proceed to determine the price of milk and cream to be paid to the producers and the terms and plan of sale by the producers to the distributors and the decision of said arbitrators shall be binding on tie parties signatory hereto The decision of the arbitrators shall be In force until such time as It is modified by agreement or arbi tration between the parties or by proper action by the federal gov ernment affecting such decision WEDNESDAY 10 Central atonaara Time Note AH programs co Key andbaalc chains or groups thereof unless specified coast to coast c to c designation Includes all available BtaUons Programs subject to change P M NBUWEAF NETWORK OASroKaJt Weaf wlw weei wtlc wjar wtag wcsh wfl wilt wrc wgy when wtag wcsli wfi wilt wibr wrc wgy wcae 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patronage mat ters Committee Approves Bullitt Nomination WASHINGTON Jan 10 The senate foreign relations com mittee tody approved 14 to 2 the nomination of William C Bullitt of Pennsylvania as ambassador to soviet Russia after Bullitt had made a personal appearance Cummings Head of Deposit Insurance Accepts Bank Post WASHINGTON Jan 10 Walter J Cummings Wednesday ac cepted the chairmanship of the Con tinental Illinois National bank and Trust company of Chicago He now is chairman of the federal deposit insurance hoard In announcing his acceptance Cummings said he would leave for Chicago within a few days but would have to return here to wind up his affairs with the deposit insurance corporation He expects to take over permanently in Chicago about Feb 1 Hour vrabc only pinrWJZ NETWOUK E ast wj i pbzw bza w bai wham Kdka wgnr wjr wlw wayr wmal Mfdirest ivcJi y k y w wenr wls kwk k wcr k ol I wren wmaq kao wkbf NORTHWEST AND CANADIAN wtm wfbtt katp webc wday kfyr crct cict wptf wwnc Wls wda 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