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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 9, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                I 0 0 A 1 I N c S I A North hwas Edited for the Home E EDITION THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 9 1933 THIS TAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 80 Economists in Quandary Those Who Know All Ills of Farmer Puzzled By CHAKLES P STEWART WASHINGTON Jan 9 Even economists who know what ails the farmer are puzzled to de cide how to save him Many have no clear idea what afflicts him Some frankly say so The case ap palls the few who really do understand it Agriculture says Represen tative David J Lewis of Mary land by common consent on Cap itol Hill one o the ablest think ers in congress is like an emer g e n c y hospita patient with hal his ribs broken appendicitis ar teriosclerosis hi skull fractured fatty degenera tion of the hear a lung puncture Iowa Democrats Take Control of Both Houses MARVIN JONES tuberculosis of the bones and miscellaneous assortment of addi tional diseases and injuries Science is almost at a loss to de t ermine whore to start on such of problems HINCH CHARGED WITH MUR Like Representative Lewis Sen ator Robert B Howell of Nebras ka indulges in a medical compar sen Treatment which certain would have helped the farmer few years ago he says cannot possibly benefit him today just as the mild remedies one could safely rely on to break up an ordinary cold would be wholly insufficient lifter the cold had drifted intp pneu SHERIFFS SALE PUT OFF AFTER DEMONSTRATION 700 Logan Farmers at Courthouse Confer With Judge LOGAN Jan 9 W A district court hearing involving a farm re ceivership and a sheriffs sale of six properties were postponed here to day after 700 farmers participated in an orderly demonstration The farmers jammed into dis trict court this morning when the application of William King for re ceivership fnr the A H Cleaver farm near Modale was scheduled to be heard The nonarrival of King caused a postponement until Friday but a delegation of the farmers con ferred with Judge Ernest Miller in an effort to extract from him a promise to grant no more deficiency udgments The judge told them he was compelled to follow the law The crowd then assembled on the courthouse steps where Deputy Sheriff Hary Walton was selling the six properties It seemed to be con cerned chiefly with a farm on which there was a judgment of Among the plaintiffs were listed Congressman Malcolm Baldbridge R Nebraska and Fred D Wead Senate Clash Avoided as Knudson Withdraws and Urges Cooneys Election Congressman Marvin Jones of Texas chairman of the representa tives committee on agriculture ac quiescing readily in the similes em ployed by the Maryland and Ne Tnrn In Tnse 2 Column DENIEiPROMlS MADE ON DEBTS Stimson Informs Senate on Falsity of Hints Made by Borah WASHINGTON Jan 9 senate was informed through Sec retary Stimson today that in the 1931 conversations between Pres ident Hoover and Premier Laval of France no assurances or commit ments on cancellation of debts were requested or given By way of letters to Senator Reed R Pa which were inserted in the Congressional Record Stimson and Secretary Mills took notice of the recent senate speech by Senator Borah of Idaho I can say without qualification wrote Mills that there is no justi fication for any assertion or belief thpt during the course oC those conversations any assurance direct or implied was given that there would be a revision of French debt obligations to the United States in consideration of a revision of Ger man reparations such as subse quently took place at Lausanne Youth Dies of Injuries IOWA CITY Jan 9 TVWilliam Ross 18 died at a hospital of in juries suffered Nov 28 when a sled on which he was riding in Sioux City crashed into a bodsled federal building custodian al Omaha On this sale attet a confer ence with rbblh sidea they succeeded in getting a post ponement of the sale until some date later in the week A report circu lated that attorneys hope to effect a settlement out of court On the Cleaver farm King recently obtained judgment for rep resenting a mortgage plus in terest and court costs At a sher iffs sale King bid it in at 514000 and the hearing today was on the deficiency judgment of GO TO DES MOINES LE MARS Jan 9 urging of leaders of the farmers de fense council organized here to prevent farm foreclosures for mem bers to remain at home and guard Plymouth county against foreclosures approximately 100 far mers today indicated their inten tion of going to Des Moines to urge legislation for farm relief They said that it would be ne cessary to obtain gasoline for their trucks before beginning the trip to the capital where the state legisla ture convened this morning They planned to stop firstat Sioux City where they had heard a foreclosure sale was scheduled C H Thompson county agent and seed loan agent who was sought by a mob of farmers last Saturday opened his office this but iater closed it County officials said they ex pected another gathering of the farmers but because of the ideas of the various factions they were unable to forecast the next move Stoji Foreclosure Sale TIPTON Jan 9 farmers gathered at the courthouse today to protest the iforeclosure sale of J A Haysletts farm near West Branch by Sheriff W W Christian The officer was persuad ed to postpone the sale for three days The protest was made when it was learned the holder of the mort gage had mailed a bid for less than the mortgage Only Fight Remaining for Minor Offices in Senate BULLETIN DES MOINES Jan Allen democratic choice was elected secretary of the senate this afternoon with most of tho rest of democratic patronage slate DBS MOINES Jan 9 democratic party took charge of both houses of the Iowa general as sembly today as it opened its forty fifth biennial A party clash in the evenly di vided senate over a president pro tern was averted when L H Knud aon republican caucus selection withdrew ancj urged the unanimous election of Matt D Cooney Du buque democrat A motion for unanimous selection car ried Knudson in a statement urged that the major parties in the sen ate each of which has 25 members work together in fashioning legisla tion to meet present critical condi tlons House Mere Formality Organization of the house of rep resentatives was merely a formal ity since the democratic party hole a wide margin of membership Th democratic caucus slate headed George H Miller at Shelby count M speaker apd H Donlori of Ka Alto as speaker pro tern was in stalled Miller was Riven an unan mous vote Lloyd Ellis Luca county was elected chief clerk The only party clash still in pro spect was for minor offices in th senate The democratic slate wa headed by Byron G Allen forme republican representative from P cahontas as secretary and Walte Beam a former secretary of th senate as assistant secretary Th republican slate was headed by Ga Hesse of Hartley for secretary ah T A Lyon of Cedar Rapids as Distant secretary Details to Complete When the chambers adjourned noon the senate still had this deta of its organization to complete Lieut Gov Arch McFarlane Waterloo called the senate to orde at 10 a m and immediately sul milted his resignation a copy which was sent to the govemo Senator Joe FraiJey of Fort Madi son assumed McFarlanes position as president of the senate A committee composed of Sen ators Wilson Cooney and Pendray notified the house that the senate was in session and a committee of Senators Hicklln Stevens and Klemme notified the governor Governor Notified The committee appointed to no tify the governor returned with the statement that the executive ex pressed great hope that the session ould result in great benefit to the eople of Iowa The senate then adopted the rules f the fortythird general assembly jr use until further rules had been dopted These permit the lieuten nt governor to appoint all com Utteea In accepting the house speaker hip Miller said it carried large re ponsibility and hard work but that is shoulders were broad and he rould do his best Looking for Aid The people are lookingfor aid e said How much we can give hem I dont know but certainly we an help some I have only one ob ect in view and that is to do for he people what good I can I want o work with you and I want to ie fair and impartial in all my rul ngs Miller was nominated by Repre entative Donlon who said that he was big and broad enough to rep all the interests of Iowa and o give every one their just dues He said that the members of this ession had been chosen especially to give the people some economic relief and particularly the farmers Congratulates Majority In seconding Donlons motion Representative D R McCreery re publican Linn county said he wish ed to congratulate the majority party on HS choice of speaker He classed Miller is conservative an lEErtifcSanil salfi th minority would pledge Ita auppdr and cooperation He moved tha the chief clerk cast the unanimou vote of the house for Miller as speaker McCreery with Representative Ed Rawllngs Monona county formed the committee which es corted Miller to the speakers desk Ellis was named chief cleric with out opposition The house was called to order at 10 a m with Representative B A Elliott of Des Moines senior mem ber of the Polk county delegation presiding Escorted to Chair Invocation was given by the Rev Paul Becker of Des Moines A G Gustafson of Des Moines was named acting clerk On motion of Representative Carl B Stiger of Tama county J P Gallagher of Iowa county was named temporary speaker He was escorted to the chair by Represen tatives R G Moore of Harrison county and S B Durant of Han cock Gallagher said he appreciated the honor as the fortyfifth general as sembly promised to be an epoch making body The democratic caucus selections of house employes were ratified without a dissenting vote Oatby Is Seated A committee consisting of Rep Tnm to rage 4 Column 3 JUDICIARY BODY OF SENATE 104 FOR REPEAL ACT Would Leave Ratifying of Amendment Up to Legislatures WASHINGTON Jan 9 ing with unexpected speed the sen ate judiciary committee sent a pro hibition repeal resolution to the senate today wllh a favorable re port In a single session the committee voted 10 to l to report the Elaine repeal resolution alightty modified to limit the ratification period to seven years The resolution proposes to repeal he eighteenth amendment protect ry states from shipments of liquor nd permit congress to legislate against return of the saloon In Executive Session The action was taken in an exe cutive session lasting only an hour AUNT NET By Robert Quillen Hes stingy an L told Jennie to start right off by tellin him how glad she was to have a nice generous hus band instead o1 one of them cheapskates shed be asham ed to live with 5 Year Old Boy Grabs Bumper as Car Hits MINNEAPOLIS Jan 9 5 year old boy Donald du Schanc has taught his elders a new wrinkle in the fine art of pedestrianism On his way home from toddled Into the path of an automobile The automo bile refused to respond to brakes skidding on the icy pavement Donald grasped the front bumper and hung on until the car stopped He got a ride the rest of the way home BRIEF SERVICE HELD FOR BAIRD Body Taken to Grand Island Nebr Former Home for Burial Friends and associates gathered at the family home northwest of Mason City Sunday afternoon to at tend the funeral service for Wil liam H Baird who for 40 years had been a dominant factor in the ROOSEVELT AND STIMSON MEET HYDE PARK N Y Jan 9 Pl Roosevelt and Secretary Stimson discussed the whole field ot internatonal relations at an informal luncheon conference here today but each declined to go into specific details development of the beet sugar In dustry in the United States Tho Rev C Burnett Whitebead former rector of St Johns Epis copal church and now of Winona Minn was in charge of the Epis copal burial service for the occa sion Attending the service were ex ecutives and employes of the Mason City plant of the American Bee Sugar company which Mr Baird had designed built and managed leading personalities in other Indus tries of the city and friends of the family Members of the family consisting of the widow the two sons Georg and William Baird and the latter wife left with the body late in th evening for Grand Island Nebr former home of tho Balrds wher burial was to take place lowan Dies of Injuries BOONE Jan 9 ISchall 33 died this afternoon of In juries received last night when was struck by an auto Will Rogers SANTA MONICA Jan Mrs CooIIflge Mrs Cbolldge your husbands head rests today not alone on Ms Ver mont soil but pillowed on the sincere tributes of the millions ha had served Every writer has written of the amazing hold he had on his countrymen and they attributed it to various causes Now that he is beyond the receipt of more honor what about the amazing hold you have on our people Naturally you aided your hus bands career all wives do that But what made you so beloved by the people Overnight you were swept to the highest posi tion Uiat can be held by an American woman Other first ladya had had perhaps greater advantages training b a c k ground and social distinction But you showed that which was born In you A native dignity a sincerity a modest gracious ness that endears you to all Calvin Coolldge left a great lesson to our government Jn common sense Yours is just as great lesson to your sex in a homely loveliness and above all a consideration for the feel ings ot others which constitutes a lady be she pauper or queen Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1333 McNnught and a half at which Chairman Elaine submitted the favorable re port from his subcommittee which drafted the measure There was considerable discus sion of the provision for submitting the resolutions to state legislators instead of state conventional bul voted to retain it AiTUo up the dcfi ciency tomorrow McNery said and then proceed with the Glass bill possibly reaching a vote on that before the end of the day if a compromise now being ne gotiated is worked out Crap Loans Bill Then the senate will take up the treasurypos toff ice appropriation bill with its economy rider The house rules committee voted today to give a privileged status toy legislation making available 103 000000 for crop production loans in 1933 Preparations were going ahead meanwhile for the house proper to continue debate on the democratic farm relief billwinding up the gen eral arguments in a three hour course before the stage for amend ents could be reached Fix Minimum Prices Democratic leaders plan to con sider the production loan bill imme diately after final action is taken on the domestic allotments plan for fixing minimum prices on major farm crops The house today met and ad journed immediately out of respect to the deaths over the weekend ol Representatives Samuel A Kendall ot Pennsylvania and Robert R Butler of Oregon A bill to authorize the reconstruc tion corporation to lend a billion dollars to farm mortgagors for payment of interest on mortgages ot more than 3 per cent and assure ostponement of foreclosures for wo years was introduced by Sena tor Hull D Chang Ready to Deal With Japan Forces Arniistice to Include Boxer Restrictions Is Claim TOKIO Jan 9 Chang HsiaoLiang military ruler of North China was reported today to have intimated his readiness to negotiate an armistice between Japanese and Chinese forces at Shanhaikwan The Rengo agency and other Jap anese news dispatches from Tient sin China reported the marshals apparent readiness and said Japan ese expected the parleys to be opened shortly A Rengo dispatch from Chin chow Manchuria said the Chinese have expressed their readiness to negotiate an armistice and that General Nakamura Japanese com mander named Maj Chujiro Miura to meet with Gen Ho ChuKuo the ousted Chinese commander at Shan haikwan The parley will open near that city the dispatch said Chang Closely Watched After the battle of Shanhaikwan Chinese official reports said Mar shal Chang served notice on the Jap anese that he did not care to leal with them and requested that they send any communication to the Nankins government Japanese military loaders how ever were closely watching move ments of Marshal Changs troops sou trT of Shanhattcwffn arid fix erhijehol province Despite Japans professions of eagerness for a localized settlement at Shanhaikwan a foreign office spokesman indicated that Japan in tends to insist on terms likely to have a far reaching effect in North China involving treaties to which othe powers including the United States wore parties Kcvivnl of Restrictions Any settlement said the spokes man must include a revival of re strictions on Chinese military move ments embodied in the military pro visions of the Boxer protocol These were contained in identical notes exchanged between Japan France Britain Italy and Germany and China from July 15 to 18 1302 They denied the Chinese the right to station or march troops within seven miles of Tientsin Fort of Peiping and gave comirondcrs of foreign garrisons along the Peip MISSING John Stephen Campbell 25 yearold University of Missouri student was reported missing by his parents who said they received a note demanding 55000 ransom money Asso ciated Press Revolt Flares in WAIVES TO JURY WHEN ACCUSED BEFORE JUSTICE Information Charges He Killed Wife Bond Set at Paul Hindi Cartersville against whom an information charging murdev in the first degree signed by Max Studer deputy sheriff and filer by M L Mason county attor ney waived preliminary hearing and was bound over to the grand jury with bond set at by Justice S L Haynes Sunday Hlnch is held in the county jail where he was placed Saturday afternoon for in vestigation in connection with the death of his wife Dec 29 from in juries received while riding with him Hindi was arraigned in Justice Haynes office where his attitude oC denial held since the investi gation started was maintained He was represented by the firm of Brecse and Cornwell No confession has been obtained from Hinch according to Sheriff J M Robertson who with othcv officials has been questioning Hinch at Intervals since Saturday Hinch Retracts Statements Hinch lias made several state ments concerning the case but each time has retracted hia state ments or changed the story ac cording to Sheriff Robertson who declined to reveal the nature ot Shanhaikwrtn railway the right to exclude Chinese troops a zone two miles on either side of the railway II S Signed Protocol The United States did not parti cipate in these notes although it signed the general protocol sharing the right to station troops along the railway Although authoritative nonJapa nese quarters believed it was im possible to enforce thtse long in effective provisions without mili tary force the government spokes man declared Japan had no inten tion of Invading North China for this purpose Ho expressed the hope that other CHARGES PUSHED AT CHARLES CITY Will Crandall Makes Signed Confession to Slaying of Brother CHARLES CITY Jan attorneys information was prepared today by County Attorney Jens Grothe in the case of Will Crandail 39 charged with the murder ot his brother Fred 47 Will Crandall has asked that W GHenke be appoint ed as his attorney It Is expected that the confessed mans pica will be taken tomorrow This legal pro cedure is being followed to avoid ex pense of a grand jury investigation Will Crandall who Is held in the Floyd county jail signed a state ment in the presence of County At torney Grothe and Sheriff B F Atherton late Saturday afternoon giving full details of the event Mr Grothe questioned the prisoner fully and his answers were taken by a reporter Fred Crandall and his brother George went Saturday to the farm occupied by Will Crandall and own ed by Joe Hecht Fred was after some calves and pigs Will stated a dispute over possession of these developed and led to the shooting No inquest will be held It was decided powers would agree with Japan aff Colnmn fi Blame Laid to Monarchists find Communists By REX SMITH MADRID Jan 9 Aviive of extremist unrest sweeping through the young republic of Spain left a toll of 18 persons killed and a larj number wounded today while an uncstimated number were under ar rest Striking suddenly and without warning the different extremist or ganizations apparently were oper ating under a coordinate comuand The attacks occurred mainly in in dustrial centers of the country through the day Sunday and lust night Prom Oviedo in the northwest where striking mine workers killed an electrical engineer while he going home the outbreaks carriet through Salient where a civil guard was killed and on to Lcridn anc Barcelona with seven killed in each of the latter two northeast cities Near Textile Center Salient is near the textile center of Manresa where the bloody ex tremist rebellion occurred in Jan uary 1931 just three months before the republic was proclaimed All armed forces were cnllol mil to cope with the uprisings Scores of extremists and communists were imprisoned in various cities Police hinted that the monarchists whose abortive revolution was quelled in Andalusia last August and com munists were responsible for tho outbreaks It was climated that 35 persons ITnrn in Rainey Urges Balancing Budget Through Economy Does Not Believe Tax Laws Can Be Enacted WASHINGTON Jan fl serting he did not believe either he proposed raise in income taxes or the sales levy could be enacted at this session Representative Rainey of Illinois the democratic floor leader today advocated stren uous efforts be made to balance the federal budget through economics In that connection he made pub lic a letter he addressed to 14 gov ernors In which he opposed their demands for enactment at this ses sion of a federal high way aid bill and asked them to tell us how we are going to get the money for it There is tremendous opposition in congress to increaning either the income taxes or levying the sales tax Rainey told newspapermen Can Balance Budget I personally believe we can bal ance the budget without resorting to taxation The highway bill to which Rainey referred was passed by th senate last soring and has been ds com eportcd by the house mlttee Hundreds of telegrams have been cceivcd from governors and state highway officials urging the meas ure We are to stop it from coming up if we can Rainey said Jt would make our budget bal ancing program more difficult Rainey said he had received tele grams from 14 governors and had sent them all the same letter in which he said Unusual May I call your attention to the fact conditions now are un usual that our deficits are now 5100000000 a month In spite of the new and irritating taxes now In force I will greatly appreciate it if all the governors and highway directors who are sending tele grams to members of congress in connection with this appropriation would tell us how we arc going to get the money for it Rainey said not one of the gov ernors had replied to his letters continue Monday pressed the belief that a final statement might be obtained before night The intensive questioning of the suspected man which was starlet Saturday afternon by Sheriff Rob ertson Frank Brady Davenport of the state bureau of criminal in vestigation M L Mason county attorney and deputy sheriffs wns continued Sunday by Mr Robert son Mr Mason Max Studer de puty and Leo Rlsacher and J C Buchanan of the Mason City police department called in by Sheriff Robertson Mr Brady called here to help with the investigation is not now in town but can be sum moned at any time Mr Robertson said Coroners Jury Held A coroners jury called last Tuesday by Coroner J E McDon ald came to a verdict that Mrs Hinchs death was caused by in juries received by jumping from an automobile Exhibits introduced at the in quest included a hammer which Hinch identified as one used by him on his tractor and which he carried in the car and a bloodstained handkerchief which Mrs Henry Cahill mother of the dead woman identified as being like one owned by her daughter The handkerchief was found near a pool of blood in the road west of the C C Parks farm Gravel con taining the blood was also admitted as an exhibit in the records of thi inquest Roccivxl Krnrturcd Skull A postmortem examination oC th dead womans body revealed ah suffered a fractured skull and in juries to her hands and knee Her coat the collnr of which was blood stained was not torn or ripped and was alao inspected at the inquest Hlnch originally staled his wife fell from the automobile as hr rounded a corner later admitting she fell from the car west of the Parks driveway at the place when the handkerchief and the blood were discovered intimating the wo to Pajrc t Cfllumn 8 Wea Thc telegrams started when the i house provided only S35000000 for j federal aid In the cominir fiscal year he said j LOCAL STATISTICS Weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Momiay morning Maximum 39 Mlninum in Night Ifi At 8 a m IS Figures for 24 hour period end ing at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum 84 Minimum in Night At 8 a m 33 The temperature sank to the January minimum Sunday night Thus far however the mercury has not been near the zero point IOWA WEATHER Fair and Monday night Tues4Uiy partiy cloudy slightly uaniver In extrvrne east portion tol lowed by colder In   

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