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Burlington Gazette (Newspaper) - April 13, 1933, Burlington, Iowa WEATHER rain or colder OLDEST RIVER feet 9% fall of 2*4 inches since yesterday 96th THE BURLINGTON GAZETTE WITH THE 12 ESTABLISHED JULY 10, 1837. APRIL 13, 1933. CENTS STATE SENATE DEBATES BEER KKS Senate Approves Farm Price Fixing Red Prosecutor BY ROOSEVELT Recommends for Creation of Permanent Federal Savings April 13.-(A.P.)- President added to his emergency program on hill today proposal to refinances the mortgages on small In another special message lo he asked for legislation to permit readjustment of existing mortgage debts together with a postponement of both Interest and principal payments in cases of He suggested action along the same lines as the refinancing of agricultural mortgages now before congress with a bond Issue to meet the He told congress the plan of settlement provide a standard which should put an end to present uncertain and chaotic conditions that fear and despair among both homo owners and Bills were Introduced in senate house at once to carry out his Horse Mrs. Roosevelt Thrown Into Mud Puddle April 13.- Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt was thrown into a mud puddle in Potomac park early today when her slipped Tho wife of the president wan uninjured and remounted and continued her morning ride in mud spattered Tho traveling along a slippery fell to its knees as Mrs. Roosevelt described it slid off very gracefully right into tho POPE REVIVES ANCIENT RIT Carries Blessed Sacrament in Rome First Time in 63 April 111.- of a permanent system of federal savings and loan associations as well as an emergency corporation to refinance homo mortgages would bo authorized under tho recommended to congress foday by President Tho would authorize subscription of by tho government for setting up a permanent system of associations provide mutual thrift institutions in which people may place their savings and invest their and in order to provide for the financing of These institutions would be in the nature of building and loan but tho provides they should not bo established in any community unless tho home loan bank board feels such community insufficiently served by local thrift and Emergency provisions of tho for existing homo mortgages aro drafted along tho lines of I lie pending agricultural refinancing measure and are designed to save thousands of city homo owners who are burdened with An homo owners loan corporation would bo created under the federal home loan board with a capitalization of subscribed by the federal Funds would be obtained through the reconstruction The homo loan corporation would bo authorized to tax exempt bonds up lo at 4 per which would bo exchanged for existing Tho government would guarantee the hut not the Ponds exchanged for mortgages would ho limited to SO per cent of 1 lio value of tho mortgaged as appraised by tho Refinancing would bo limited to homes valued at or occupied by not than three Any mark down in tho valuo of the accepted by tho would bo credited to the 15-Year The homo owner would amortize his to the corporation within 15 with interest at 5 por cont. Tho hoard would havo authority to grant a three-year extension of limo for payment of principal or In refinancing Die homo the corporation could advance cash for tho payment of taxes or assessments or provide for necessary maintenance or Cash advances for these purposes would bo made lo home owners whoso property was not up to SO per cent of the Federal savings and loan associations would bo set up under rules and regulations prescribed by tho homo loan bank board primary consideration to the best practices of local mutual thrift and home financing no such association shall incorporated by tho tho in its the community to bo served is insufficiently served by local thrift and associations shall be authorized to mako loans upon homes secured by duly recorded homo mortgages and to invest their funds In obligations of tho United States in federal home loan bank Kuril association would automatically become a member of the federal home loan hank of itn district in the same manner as other lust 1-tut The treasury would subscribe to capital in such associations up lo at the of the Inn the amount paid by the government could exceed capital ou Page Vatican April 13-(A.P.)-A pope carried the blessed sacrament from its tabernacle in tho Sistine chapel to tho Pauline chapel for the first timo since 1S70 There it will bo exposed until Good Thus Pius XL on the 1900th anniversary of Christ's institution of tho restored to the Roman Catholic world one of its most picturesque and traditional The ritual inaugurated the three most sacred days of Holy It was ono of several symbolic acts abandoned by predecessors through tho past 63 He is reviving them as part of tho extraordinary Holy year program ho initiated April 1. Surrounded by high dignitaries of tho church and a few invited ho first said mass in tho Sistine This chapel is famous for Michael Angelo's frescoes covering the barrel vaulted ceiling and his on the altar accompanied by tho sacred college of cardinals and a uniformed company of noble and Swiss ho carried tho sacrament slowly in procession to the Paulino where it was ceremoniously he will take It back to Sistino chapel where he again will say a special mass. Tho bells of Rome's 400 churches greeted Holy Thursday this but stopped ringing after a few minutes to remain silent until Saturday Tho Catholic world is now mourning Christ's passion and Thousands of including many attended services in St. Cardinal high Other thousands went to the Cathedral of St. John in to venerate tho table it is was used at tho Thoy also saw two skulls reputed to bo those of Saints Peter and a part of sponge said to havo been lifted to Christ's lips when ho and other prized RUTH BRYAN OWEN IS NATION'S FIRST WOMAN DIPLOMAT MRS. BUT AX OWEN April 13.-(A.P.) - Meet America's first woman diplomat Ruth Bryan minister to Tho senate confirmed tho daughter of William Jennings Bryan last night within a few hours after President had announced her It acted without the usual committee Her colorful life from a Nebraska has led her into many foreign During the World war she served as a to a British Reginald took her to England and After her husband's she won her seat in INSURANCE LOANS RULING MODIFIED State Commissioner Clerk Announces Relaxation of Emergency U. S. AGENT FACES TRIAL FOR BRIBES Collector of Customs at Port Aur Is Under April 13.- - The state department today announced that it had instructed tho American legation at Port Au to surrender David P. American collector of customs to the Haitian authorities for trial in tho island's courts on charges of The department in a formal statement said Johnson confessed that lie has been guilty of defrauding the Haitian customs and accepting bribes from importers and merchants of Port Au j fraud consisted in weighing the bales of merchandise j consigned lo the being payable on the weight of each the statement was aroused mouths ago thai these frauds were being as a result of which a thorough investigation we instituted by the receiver of Mr. He This indicated Johnson implicated in these Dos April 13-(A.P.) companies operating in Iowa today were to put into effect provisional regulations which relaxed the emergency rulings during tho insurances Tho announced by Insurance Commissioner E. W. provided for policy loans or use of dividends on deposit when funds are used to pay or principal on homes and farms belonging to Policy holders may according to tho in excess of tho maximum set some timo ago if they need funds for hospital or funeral Tho third provision allows insured persons to borrow the full amount of premium deposits made since March 11, in addition to the to tho limit of the loan or cash surrender valuo of a Tho new regulations aro qualified with tho restriction that loans may bo made proper showing and satisfactory evidence no other funds aro U S. S. April 13-(A. H. British engineer who pleaded guilty yesterday to sabotage and bribery produced a sensation today by testifying to a hostile court room that he made damaging confessions at the time of his arrest of the circumstances of the by the Russian secret Five other British and a dozen including a are being tried on similar MacDonald was the only one of the British group who pleaded guilty and the only ono held without bail continuously since the arrest a month was affected by flic testimony of Thornton C. one of the in which he said lie had used mo to collect information and I considered it useless on my part to deny MarDonald Thus ho that the method of investigation had included the showing of each of the six British prisoners separately what the investigators said were statements by their Another Russian of six Britons was expected to testify today that he was a spy in their This V. A. was assistant director at the Zlatoust electrical station in the Ural mountains under the stoop-shouldered Vassili whose similar yesterday was partially confirmed by MacDonald's incriminating came as a shock to the British diplomatic headed by William charge d'affaires of the British who are keeping a close watch on the The Sir Esmond has been recalled to London in what bo the first step in complete severance of diplomatic officials in London said they were not surprised by MacDonald's in view of reports they received of his treatment in There were indications the Soviet authorities regarded a 28-year-old who wears a trim as the main culprit among the six Tho British officials here were not allowed to talk with MORTGAGE AID PLAN WINS IN LOWER HOUSE Senator Tydings Challenges Constitutionality of Whole Farm April 13.-(A.P.) house this afternoon tho administration farm mortgage April 13.- The Norris proposal to guarantee production costs to farmers through federal price-fixing was voted into tho administration farm today bv the The vote was 47 to 41. GET 600 CASES OF BEER ON ILLINOIS HIGHWAY 111.. April 13.-(A.P.)- McMullin of St. was robbed of his frailer and GOO cases of beer early today by three Tho truck and minus the wero later near 111., and a search for the bandits McMullin started from Chicago after dark last night and had reached Pontiac when men in a sedan forced him to both with ordered him into the sedan and drove around for several Near they camo upon the truck and and McMullin was allowed to drive it white his guards April 13.-(A. - The constitutionality of the broad administration farm program was challenged in the senate today by Senator as Senator opened a drive to keep in the the 1j proposal to guarantee production The comment of Tydings and McNary came as the senate neared a vote on the controversial production cost which Secretary Wallace and which Democratic stalwarts will seek to remove from tho sweeping Roosevelt and It was written into the by the senate agriculture Combined strength of Republicans and Democratic independents may keep it in over the opposition of Democratic regulars and the administration's talking just a few asserted shall vote with a great deal of pleasure against this in its present and called on any senator to explain we havo the constitutional authority to farmer's sales in their own He noted that sale of a healthy a transaction between two people in the same county of the does not interstate and challenged congressional authority to regulate such holding the cost of production plan would bo no moro difficult to administer than the administration's domestic processing tax and licensing fee announced his determination to along with the on the Talks on Parley April 13.- Minister Ramsey during a foreign affairs debate in tho house I of commons outlined the of his trip to Washington as an attempt to bring the nations of the world closer not in but in and to secure a co-operative effort for a solution of economic and political The premier will sail the premier always been that she will not enter into any European and I would not nor would I ever go and try to persuade America to do otherwise than to carry out that historic only possible exception would be in the event of a world agreement quite clearly defined regarding an America having previously been a party to that MacDonald declared the world could not be indifferent to threatening active in Europe must not allow them to obstruct our progress toward he we must consider the conditions and be very careful at the same time as to how these conditions aro to Dealing with he declared that neither Americans nor could hide the fact that debt payments have had a very important political effect and that a settlement acceptable to both sides would be one of the greatest that could declined to discuss the details of the proposed but said that whatever discussion on debts there was would be reported to the cabinet with any recommendation he would make and that parliamentary debate could be Lloyd former asked whether any agreement would he into in Washington to acceptance by tho British Mr. MacDonald replied that he proposed to come to no agreements during the four-day talk with Mr. REACTIONS VARY ON OLSON THREAT Minnesota Governor Says He Will Unless Relief LOCAL OPTION PROPOSAL IS 29 TO 21 Vote on This Amendment Held by Some to Indicate Victory for Prosecutor of the six British subjects now on trial in Moscow on espionage is Andrew A. who was chief judge during Soviet's famous sabotage trial in 1930. HERRING SIGNS TAX SLASH Measure One of Number Approved by Governor TREASURY CHIEF'S MOTHER DIES AT 8G IN NEW YORK CITY New April 13.-(A.P.)- Mrs. H. 80, mother of Secretary of the Treasury William 11. died early today at the Woodin Funeral services to bo attended by members of the family will bo held Friday There will also be services at tho First Methodist at 3 o'clock Saturday Interment will be in the family mausoleum at 1 PAIR FOUND DEAD IN la. Mother of Three Children and Youth Shot Through April 13.- Mrs. Burcum 21, and Marvin 19, were found dead in an at 112:15 a. in. both shot through tho temples by a pistol found lying between them in tho Coroner W. J. said the evidence pointed to a double suicide Tho couple had been to a dance at a hotel earlier in the evening and bad left at the They were found by Clinton of from whom Kelly had borrowed the Mrs. estranged from her was tho mother of three She and both of whom were employed at a packing company plant had been going together for somo friends IS FOUND GUILTY I i British Army Officer Given j Dishonorable 5 Years in April 15.-(A. Norman convicted by court-martial of violation of tho official secrets was sentenced today to discharge from tho army and to live penal The young officer of the aristocratic Seaforth member of a distinguished military was charged with having sold military secrets to u foreign During tho court - martial the prosecution charged that he had his country for or tho money in the from Otto Waldemar of His defense was that the money had come from a Herman girl named Mario who he had met while ho was on leave in Ao denied betraying secrets of the Tho king himself confirmed the findings of the but will escape the shame of being of the for that old ceremony of degradation no longer is Des April 13.-(A.P.)- Governor Clyde Herring today signed the much-discussed lax reduction providing for a reduction of 20 per cent in the total tax levies for 1033 and 1934 below those of 1930. A graduated scale of reduction is provided for school being based upon reductions previously Other hills signed By extra salary to county extra to county extra to county attorney and extra to county treasurer in those counties maintaining two county and Lee are the only counties By law giving deputy clerk of court a salary equal to one half of clerk's salary in counties having two county By house schools and textbooks committee - Permitting school April 13.- t0 continue junior colleges senators gave varied reactions today aml operations at some F. B. Olson's threat to in- voke martial law and seizure of Bv to provide relief for the un- quiring salaried officials to return employed and residents he described witness fees to the county as By military The party Appropriating to the adjutant to ii group of relief for an annual audit of all miners gathered on the statehouse stops tary supplies and said the legislature employ tho had been ers insurance companies the ing measures to alleviate If i appeal from decision of tho lawmakers did not provide industrial cient Olson said lie | 1!y tho powers that I hold exchange of securities deposited and declare martial i with insurance commissioner Sen. St. said the I senate was and firmly liy a penalty to protect the rights of 55 10 days failure of an assignor to report assignments or Des April 13-(A.P,) in its session defeated a local option amendment to the beer It was introduced by Sen. Homer Hush of It would have made instead of the issuance of permits for retailing of A similar amendment lost in the The senate vote was 21 to 29, in what was regarded to some extent as an indication of the lineup on the final since this amendment was regarded as sponsored by Defeat Patterson An amendment by Senator Patterson to give councils the right to prescribe locations where beer might be sold and fixed regulatory provisions governing sale was defeated 23 to 27. A viva voice vote defeated an amendment by Senator Stanley which would have prohibited the retailing of beer in locations within 300 feet of any school or The senate adopted an by Patterson providing that in counties having a city more than 10,000 population the city retain all while in the smaller counties they would be divided evenly between municipalities and the county general citizens so far as and had refused to be into premature and dangerous Sen. Charles St. au administration described Governor Olson's address one of the most outstanding statements ever made by a governor of this The representing the Minnesota bonus expeditionary and the committee of presented a petition asking the legislature for unemployment moratoriums on foreclosures and tax exemption for unemployed and impoverished and an transfer of mortgages to county By Knudson and state highway commission to and maintain primary highways through By taxpayers in any drainage or levee district to acquire district bonds and apply them against Des April 13.-(A.P.)-An amendment providing that revenues accruing from the 3.2 per cent beer be placed in the state sinking fund was adopted today as the senate began consideration of the The amendment was offered by Senators Vincent of Sioux City and B. R. Harrington took the floor as debate opened before packed galleries and outlined the object of the Drys Try to Block Opponents played their first card in an attempt to block passage at the outset when Senator Fred raised a point of order that the decision of the senate not to consider tax revision measures applied to the beer Lieut. Gov. N. G. Kraschel ruled against Nelson after Senator H. L. Irwin of contended that because a carried a taxing provision it did not necessarily come under the category of tax revision Several other amendments by Harrington were withdrawn after the senate had voted down two of The amendments withdrawn by Harrington included one which would havo repealed those sections sale from midnight Saturday to 7 a. m. Monday and giving the executive council supervision over all outdoor Country Club By a vote of 39 to 11, the senate adopted an amendment by Senator j Reese of Marshall permitting issuance of class B permits by boards of i supervisors to golf or country | outside city Senators Valentine and Irwin j talked for the The first amendment considered j was that by Senators Harrington and | Hicklin providing that all fees and taxes collected by the state treasurer would accrue to the stata sinking fund for public on Page FRANK S. PAYNE OF DEAD April - Frauk S. vice president and general counsel of the Iowa Southern Utilities died at his home at 9 a. today after an illness of a few Surviving are his widow and one Mrs. Arthur Keck of UNPAID TEACHERS CHEER PROPOSAL TO CLOSE UP SCHOOLS April 13.- of Chicago's schools in the face of unpaid salaries amounting to millions of dollars was scheduled lo bo considered by trustees again tomorrow when they said they would act on a resolution not to open the institutions alter the spring A meeting of tho board yesterday was attended by some 500 teachers who applauded a motion by Trustee H. Wallace Caldwell to closo the schools until every cent of back salary is The amount due up to March 31. was Spring vacation begins April 21. SENATE ASKED TO OUST HUEY LONG Louisiana Petitioners Declare He's Corrupt and r THE WEATHER j April 13.- group of Louisiana citizens today petitioned the senate to oust Senator Huey P. of that The petitioners asserted they wore ready to furnish witnesses who would among other that Senator Long personally corrupt and and added his continuance in office repulsive to tho and law-abiding citizens of Louisiana and to I the Generally fair tonight and Friday except possibly rain or snow tonight in extreme colder somewhat colder la west and north portions with frost or freezing temperatures most of the state; slightly warmer Friday in west and north Probably occasional tonight and some snow in colder in central and north colder except in extreme possibly some snow tonight in east and colder freezing temperature in most of north and west Friday partly cloudy to ably rain or snow in colder iu southeast St. fall 0.2. fall 0.4. fall 0.3. fall 0.5. fall 0.7, St. fall 0.9. fall 0.9. fall 0.5. of river between and 111.. fall * during the next two
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