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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 26, 1933, Mason City, Iowa O L il I 5 t M ft T OF UPS MO INtS I A North Iowas Edited for the Home EDITION THE NEWSPAPKR THAT MAKES ALL NOKTH ylOWANS AEIGHBORS VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY 26 1932 THIS PAPER CONSISTS Of TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 97 Has Art of Compromise Roosevelfs Callers Have All Left Smiling HOLD HINCH ON MURDER CHARCE By CHABLES P STEWART WASHINGTON Jan 26 CPA Roosevelt undoubt edly is the object of the worst jam to get access to him of any presi dentelect in American history Perhaps it is logical that presiden c yelect is a higher powered officeelect now than it was be fore the war just as every thing has been stepped up from mere mil lions to billions True this is the fourth post war change in administrations counting the Hard ingCo ol idge transition However more than a change of presidents is involved in the coming r e a d j u s t m ents A change of par ties is involved also Yes a Senate Group Adopts General Relief Program Presidentelect Eoosevelt change In parties likewise was in volved in the change from Presi dent Wilson to President Harding and it was a basic change too but G Harding was not so ihuch of the focus of it as exGov ernor Roosevelt is bound to be the focus of next Marchs change The 1920 change was a change from President Wilson to the Ohio gang rather than to President Harding The new president was less beseiged by folk who wanted to make themselves solid with his administration than was Harry M Daugherty Man to Get to There is no mistaking the 100 per cent impression that President it Is extraordinary a number at these callers the New Yorker managed to see and send away with smiling faces during his recent short stay in Washington The presidentelect is aremarkable man in at least one respect he has a faculty for satisfying the most conflicting Car ter Gloss of Virginia and Senator Turn tu 1nsc 6 Column 2 UNDERSTOOD TO FOLLOW PLANS OF ROOSEVELT Combines Cutting and LaFoIletteCostigan Measures WASHINGTON Jan 26 A eneral relief program understood by its sponsors to carry out sug estions of PresidentElect Roose velt was agreed upon today by the senate manufactures committee and a report of the measure to the senate was authorized without a record vote This latest proposition combines the LaFolletteCostigan and the Cutting bills which had aimed at different angles of the relief pro blem Roosevelt Sympathetic Senators LaFollette of Wisconsin and Cutting of New Mexico repub lican independents who supported the democratic presidential ticket conferred at Warm Springs recent ly with the presidentelect and said they found him sympathetic The new bill authorizes direct grants to the states with a total fund of to be available and increases by a like sum the notes bonds and similar obligations which the corporation is authorized to issue Up Board viipX a federal emergency relies board atthree to be appointed by the president the board to allocate the funds certify ing to the reconstruction corpora tion which shall act as a Mrs O H P Belmont of New York Daughter at Bedside as Society Leader Passes Quietly PARIS Jan 26 Oliver H P Belmont leader of New Yorks 400 for a period of many years before and after the turn of the century died today at her res idence here She was 80 years old Mrs Belmont who had lived in France since 1924 suffered a par alytic stroke last May and again last November she passed away peacefully at a m Daughter at Bedside Her daughter Mrs Jacques Bal san the former Consuelo Vander bilt was at her bedside Two sons W K and Harold Vanderbilt were in America the latter on a cruise Dr Edmund Gros head of the American hospital said her death was due to gradual weakening fol lowing the paralytic strokes She seemed ready to pass a quiet night and slept fairly peacefully She was conscious at the end but uttered no final words Set Funeral Rites Mrs Belmonts death occurred at her home 9 Rue Monsier where she has lived a number of years The funeral services here were set for 11 a m Saturday and will be held in the American cathedral The body will be taken to the United states on the steamship Bercngaria sailing Feb 4 accom panied by Colonel and Mrs Balsan After another service in New York interment will take place at Woodlawn cemetery In that city fiscal to be MRS O H T BELMONT eValera Takes Decisive Victory in Irish Election Assured of His Choice as SLAYER SUSPECT ELUDES OFFICERS Wanted in Gendler Case at Rock Island Leaves Texas Hotel ABILENE Texas Jan 26 A man believed to be Maurice Meyer wanted in Rock Island 111 for questioning in the death of Rose Gendler Dec 21 eluded officers here last night The man who said he is R G Martin fled from an Abilene hotel where he had been permitted to go after questioning by officers Later a car in his possession was identi fied as one missing from Illinois The body of Rose Gendler was foundtied in a burlap bag on the ice of Rock river Meyer officers said talked with the girl at the store where she worked earlier in the evening on which she was slain Meyer was questioned by Illinois officers in connection with the case but was released subject to further Questioning when called He disap peared No warrant or complaint is pend ing officers here were informed AUNT NET By Robert Quillen agent what payments are made The combined bill removes the provision of the LaFolletteCosti gan bill that teh chief of the child rens bureau shall be the executive officer of the board and substitutes authority for the board to select its own executive officer The composite measure retains much of the LaFolletteCostigan bill but discards the provision for floating a bond issue Apportioned to States Provisions making available 40 per cent of the total fund for ap portionment among the states on basis of population are kept in he bill along with the stipulation he payments shall not exceed two hiras of the states relief expendi tures from public and private funds The remaining 60 per cent with the exception of the 15000000 for transient relief and 5350000 for ad ministration is set aside as a re serve fund to be allotted on the ba sis of need Both the transient and the other relief monies would be administered by the states under their own rules and regulations To Take Tip Bank BUI The house banking committee will consider the Glass banking bill passed late yesteday by the senate but its of Ala today he was not as hopeful as some for action at this session Speaker Garner had just con ferred with him behind closed doors Both declined to discuss the meeting Rumor was that the democratic leadership may seek to force house action on the bill if the banking committee does not act within a reasonable time Some of the banking committee already have voiced opposition to the branch banking feature of the Glass bill Amy aint what youd call conceited but she al ways resents anybody look in up somethin in the dic tionary when shes right there handy Bank of France Denies Withdrawing Gold From America PARTS Jan 26 flat de nial that the Bank of France had liquidated its dollar holdings in the autumn 1933 or had done any thing to aid the flow of gold from the United States was made today by Governor Moret at the banks annual meeting The bonk he said systemati cally avoided intervention during period of nervousness and notably abstained from disposing of its dol ar holdings in the autumn of 1931 during the course of which the United States had to meet import ant withdrawals of foreign capital He said the gold holdings of the 3ank were increased during 1B32 by but the value of the janks stock decreased from a share to Third Man Arrested in Fatal Shooting in Devils Lake Robbery BISMARCK N Kak Jan 26 UFl Nolan third man arrest ed in connection with the fatal shooting of Patrolman Charles Sneesby during an attempted post office robbery at Devils Lake N Dak in 1924 was held today He was taken into custody by ted eral officials on his release from the state prison where he served a term for grand larceny The others are Jack Spicsman arrested al Muscatlne Iowa last month and Adolph E Schutte found near Shelby Mont Both are held at Fargo Tydings Doesnt Want Senate Job Unless He Can Vote as He Likes WASHINGTON Jan 26 Senator Tydings told the senate to day the only reason for not cutting government costs was politica fear and if he couldnt votehis own sentiments the hell with this job The Marylander had been con tending vigorously for slashes in federal spending urging sending tha huge pending treasurypostof fice supply bill back to committee with Instructions to cut it drastl cally He wants the same done with all money bills to make a balanced budget BOMB FOUND IN BRITISH OFFICES Moslems in Egypt Prayed for Deliverance From British Rule CAIRO Egypt Jan 26 b9mb was discovered this morning in the British general headquarters here Military policemen discovered the bomb on a window ledge near the main entrance It was immediately removed for examination This bomb was said to be similar to oni which exploded at the British resl dency early in December Last Friday the last Moslem Holy Day of Kami annua So day in th great Hussen mosque prayed in chorus God deliver us from tho imperialistic British They repeated the prayer afte former Premier Nahas Pasha oresident of the wafd ASSEMBLY CUTS DEEP INTO COST OF GOVERNMENT House Moves to Lower Mileage Rates to 5 Cents DBS MOINES Jan 26 tax cutting knives of the general assembly slashed deeper into the governmental expenditures today as approval of economy bills rang out in both houses Taking the lead furnished by the house yesterday the senate voted concurrence in 10 per cent salary cuts for legislative also adopted the employes and special house amendment for the employment of A C Gustafson as assistant house clerk The upper chamber okayed the house measure to have all state mail from the capitol metered a proposal estimated to save 51000 a month Senators also passed the bill making kindergartens optional instead of mandatory on petition of 25 parents Lower Mileage Rates In the house a stiff battle finally resulted In passage of a tax reduc tion committee recommendation lowering the mileage rates for pub lic officials to 5 cents a mile The economy vote was successful 99 to 7 after a spirited session of debate in which the opposition attempted to raise the rate at least to 7 cents Deny Hitler to Back Any Other Chief Nazis Spike Rumor of Reported Pledge to Hindenburg BERLIN Jan 26 asser tion that Adolf Hitler had retreated from his policy of withholding sup jort from any presidial cabinet not leaded by himself brought a denial today from the national socialist party headquarters at Munich The original announcement ema nating from a responsible source said that Hitler had informed Pres ident von Hindenburg through in termediaries that he had reconsid ered making his support on thegov ernment conditional upon his be coming chancellor The denial at Munich asserted that the report had been spread de liberately by the progovernment press to confuse the political issues in the face of the approaching re sumption of rcichstag session nexl Tuesday Those who profess to know the presidents mind said they would not be surprised if Franz von Papen would receive a mandate to head a new cabinet This would mean that General von Schleicher would either etire or return to the defense min itry the department which he eaded during the last von Papen overnment Although the national socialists ought von Papen bitterly before he relchstag election of last No vember the former chancellor has olked with Hitler several times re DUBLIN Irish Free State 26 Incomplete returns Jan indi cated today that President Eamon de Valeras party the fianna fail won a decisive victory in Tuesdays election of a new dail eireann He may be assured of election to the presidency without needing the votes of any other parties The ianna fail the party which has fought for complete independence of Ireland has never had a clear majority in the dall in the 10year history of the free state The dail elected de Valera presi dent for the first time last March as the result of a fianna fall labor party combine Won 22 Seats The returns today showed the fianna fail has won 22 seats to 9 for the com aim ngaedhacl the party of William T Cosgravc the free states president since its or ganization until his defeat last year Independents were assured of four seats labor one and the new center party one This left 116 to be filled Last Februarys election of the seventh dail returned 72 of the fianna fail 57 of Cosgraves party and seven labor four farmer and 12 independent members De Valera was elected president three weeks later 81 to 68 The early returns indicato a big ger fianna fail plurality De Valera hoped for a clear majority when he called the election more than three weeks ago Strengthens position The fianna fail however was strengthening its position in all districts and a slump in the Cos grave strength was indicated His party has been satisfied with the free state organization as an in tegral part of the British empire and campaigned for liquidation of the present tariff war between England and the free state De Valera increased his personal vote in Clare county more than 50 per cent Cosgrave lost many votes In his constituency Cork Vice President Sean OKelly doubled his poll In Dublin and other fianna fail ministers Sean Lemass and S Macenee notably recorded heavy increases OKellys vote topped that of Lord Mayor Alfred Byrne independent who long has set the pace in Dublin heerigetting Ttic the Initia tive in bringing into the state new industry for the manufacture of grain and industrial alcohol when it passed Representative Mitchellsbill to permit the manu facture of such products to supply physicians and hospitals under government supervision Reported for Passage Two additional measures included In the economy program were re ported out for passage in the house The first making it a mis demeanor for county officials to spend more than the amount ap propriated by the supervisors and the second reouiringrural school districts to hold public hearings on tax budgets A public hearing on two farm mortgage measures was planned for this afternoon when the proposals by Senator E J Wenner to allow a defendant in a farm mortgage action 18 months In which to file an answer and that of Senator E R Hicklin to increase the amount of exemption of the head of a farm family by 5500 will be discussed The senate voted to defer action on the audit of state institutions by outside accountants after sharp debate It also sent back to commit tee the proposal to require approval of district court judges for out of state trips by deputy sheriffs Audits Cost Heavily Senator E R Hicklin of Wapello a member of the former interim committee said the audit author ized by the last general assembly cost the state two years ago and about 537000 this year It was the belief of the commit tee that this service was one of the things we can dispense with at thia time in the Interests of economy Hicklin said Senator Frank Byers contended that it is important that the state have an outside audit of its insti Turn to rase 6 Coltm Beer and Wine Bill Hearing for Monday WASHINGTON Jan 26 Public hearings on the Collier Blaine 305 per cent beer and wine bill before the senate finance com mittee were set by Chairman Smoot for Monday Boys Playing Marbles SIOUX CITY Jan 26 dents are certain something is just around the spring School boys are playing marbles apaln Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Jan account of It being the only kind of money that 80 per cent of our people ever handle They want to see silver given a real value But congress wants to keep it as it is just to pound up and use as wedding presents See where the Roosevelts even down unto the fifth cousins are straying back Into the fold Nothing will bring back distant kin folks like the news spreading that you got a job The very popular wife of a very popular retiring cabinet member has written a song My Homeland Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1933 McNanght Syndicate ceutly industrial interests having jroight them fogetherVoL ey rower riant Will Give Electricity During January Free SIBLEY Jan 2B Free elec tricity will be furnished duringJan uary to patrons of the Sibley mu nicipal power plant The city council voted to cancel all bills for the month at a total saving of The councils action also affects 3igeow Minn which buys current from the local plant 12150 in Jewelry Stolen From House MOLINE III Jan 26 monds and other jewelry valued at were stolen from the resi dence of A W Waxenberg de jartment store owner yesterday or Tuesday night while members of he family and a maid were in the ionic it was reported to Moline po ice today The theft was discovered ast night when a maid called at tention to a little used storm door open Dispute Discussed by Claudel and Stimson WASHINGTON Jan 26 Ambassador Claudel of France dis cussed the Leticia difficulties be tween Peru and Colombia with Sec retary Stimson today INDICTED BY JURY 1AUL HINCH TRAGEDY VICTIM JURORS REPORT NDIGTMENTFOR DEATH OF WIFE ong Session of Grand Jury Comes to Close The grand jury returned a first legree murder indictment against aul Hinch Cartersvllle at 11 clock Thursday forenoon before Judge J J Clark Hinch is charged with the murder of his wife The judge stated that at present no bond would be set for the dc endant who Is held in custody at the county jail Garfleld Breese of the firm of 3reese and Cornwell attorneys for the defendant stated he would de mand early trial Return Seven Bills The courtroom was filled with members of the jury panels arid others preparing for the next jury triel at the time the grand jury made Its report but only court of ficers were aware at the time of the fact that a bill was returned against the Cartersvllle man The grand jury returned seven in dictments and bench warrants were issued for those not in custody Indicted defendants besides Hinch that were in custody Thursday afternoon were Sam Sideraa charged with maintaining a liquor nuisance James Sessions charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated Iver Halverson charged with operating a motor ve hicle while Intoxicated and N Katz held on a bad check charge The g refld ry In J aeBSioii MRS PAUL HINCH NINE KILLED IN GERMAN RIOTING Communists Police Each Blame Each Other for Bloody Clash BERLIN Jan 26 ists and police pointed accusing fin gers at each other today In the aftermath of the bloodiest clash In Saxonys recent battle in which nie communists died and eleven were wounded Fifteen hundred people gathered last night in a forbidden meeting in Dresden A speaker began abus ing Adolf Hitlers nazis the po lice report said whereupon the po lice crashed Into the crowd in a flying wedge The audience the re port said started hurling beer mugs and chairs at the officers and some one In a gallery fired a ahot Then the police opened fire The communists gave a different version The communist newspaper Arbeiter Stlmme gaid the meeting was proceeding quietly until a speaker assailed the nazis and then tha police fired without warning The paper charges some of the communists were shot from behind REPORT ON RFG LOANS TO HOUSE Over Billion Dollars Lent in Five Months to Aid Business IOWA LOANS PAGE 7 WASHINGTON Jan The house of representatives and the country were told in detail to strenuous objections from reconstruction corporation how that huge fed eral relief agency pledged 000000 in five months to help bus ess try to get on an even keel In compliance with a special res olution adopted by the house the corporation sent to Speaker Garner a statement showing each loan au thorized by the R F C between the date of its creation on Feb 2 1932 and July 21 1932 Following the policy he Insisted upon last spring Garner made the report public Pressude had been sxerted to have the report given only to members of congress on the ground that publication would be harmful to the borrowers Two Installments The report divulged that the much discussed loan to the Chicago Central Republic bank and Trust ompany with which Charles G Dawes was associated amounted to 90000000 It was advanced in two nstallments last June two days apart the first amounting to 16 000000 and the second Another of the large loans went to the San Francisco bank of Am erica which was authorized to bor row A loan to the Bank of Italy mortgaging company of the samo city was shown to have been authorized while the Produce company in New York got the First Central Tnist company of Akron Ohio the Union Guard an Trust company of Detroit 150000 and the Union Trust com pany of Cleveland Railroads Also Aided Railroads likewise were aided be ing told they could borrow 147000 Of this was al lowed the Baltimore and Ohio and went to the Pennsyl vania Other 11 000 of amounts down to a few thousand dollars were auth orizei from coast to coast Along with this special report fTnrn to Fage 5 Cotomn t time they matters including severalon which no bills were returned Handled Cases Well The grand jurors expressed them selves as well pleased with the man ner in which M L Mason new county attorney conducted himself in the handling of many tryingsit uations in the course of the Inves tigations It isnt often that a county at torney Is thrust into such a large amount of difficult work at the very beginning of his term of fice but Mr Mason handled them conscientiously and ably said one of the jurors Hinch was crtarged with the mur der of his wife who died Dec 29 from a fractured skul which Hinch then claimed she received when she fell from their automobile as he rounded a corner near Carteravllle the previous night Funeral services for Mrs Hinch were held Dec 31 with burial in the Catholic ceme tery at Dougherty Bloodstained Handkerchief In the meantime however a bloodstained handkerchief near a ool of blood in the roadway a hort distance west of the C C arks driveway had been discovered nd on investigation started Con rontcd with the evidence Hinch old officers the first story he told vas false and intimated that Mrs linch jumped from the automobile i fact which he wished to conceal o assure Catholic burial A coroners jury impaneled by Dr J E McDonald after hearing evidence at an inquest Jan 3 pro nounced the verdict that death was caused by an Injury received when Hinch jumped from an auto mobile Hinch testified at the inquest hat he and Mrs Hinch had been nvolved in a quarrel He said Mrs Hinch left the car so quickly that although he grabbed at her he could not prevent her leaving the automobile He also told how he Ifted her back in the automobile and returned to Cartersville where summoned aid Arrested Jon 7 Moxlne Latham 18 year old neighbor girl admitted In testi Tum to 5 Column nt IOWA WEATHER Cloudy rain or snow in we treme east portion colder In west and north portions Thurs day night Friday partly cloudy colder In east and south por tions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at f oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday S9 Minimum In Night 25 At 8 A M n
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