Tuesday, April 25, 1933

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 25, 1933, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Edited for the Home HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH KHVANS NEIGHBORS XXXIX KJVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED TliESS SERVICE MASON APRIL 1933 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE 173 Two Distinct Issues Given Gold Embargo Not Identified With By CHARLES STEWART April CPA Roosevelts gold ex port embargo and the new infla tion says Congressman Louis former chairman of the house of representatives bank ing committee and still rated among capitol hills ablest cur rency are wholly dis t i n c t proposi They do over but only The gold em bargo was a Infla tion is an experi Counting all demand and earl ymaturing Eu rope has about gold against the Uni for Ramsay Mac unquestionably HOUSE PASSES TENNESSEE PLAN LINDY INSPECTS HIS TROPHIES State Witnesses Take Stand in Hinch Trial WIFE WAS VICTIM OF HAMMER BLOWS Louis ted States ready Prime Minister Donald of England embarked for prepared to submit to President Roosevelt an alternative between immediate gold payment of these claims and ac ceptance of a program including war debt American en trance into the league of and the bank of international set tlements transfer from Basle to I making London the worlds financial Sought Hard MacDonald knew that so huge a payment would create chaos and unmistakably felt sure of driv ing a desperately hard The embargo sank this scheme while was in Suspension of the gold standard has Its inflationary but is policy unquali II fled IB so in it ia described as con trolled Apparently the ad ministration proposes it to 50 per that being the limit fixed for reduction in the dollars gold it can be stopped at that or any other it will be historys first example of a controlled inflation that has stayed long under once inflation has pressure for a continued increase invariably has proved Stimulates Inflation naturally stimulates since each Individual fore sees if he keeps his it will buy less and The rush to buy gives an appearance of pros but let the brakes be applied and a slump instantly whereupon there is a cry for more With its issuance a boom and it is manifest that an Tltm tn PttKC Column Courtroom Jammed as Trial Starts After Jury The state began the introduction its testimony in the district court here Tuesday afternoon in its effort to prove Paul Hinch guilty of murder in the first The state will attempt to show that Hinch beat and thus fatally injured bis wife with a hammer while the two were driv ing on the a mile south of Cartersville and that she died the following Courtroom The courtroom became jammed with people as the afternoon ses sion a large number being present from the Cartersville vicin hundred or more were forced to Before the presentation of testi many started all witnesses who are to testify on the excluded from the both sides ap parently having agreed on this pro The first witness for the state was county en who presented a plat of the general area south of Cartersville where the incident involved in the Keodlng the map In answer to questions by County Attorney the witness was crossexamined by F A one of the defendants as to whether the map was made by I was at one end of the said Which the reading asked the reading lioy is Paul 15 year old son of Harry was the next wit ITALIAN ENVOY SAILS FOR Signor Jung Will Discuss World Problems With testified he saw the defendant on the evening of He came the house to get u to help him carry in his wife from the said the Paul hollered at her but sh didnt answer and then the three o us including my carried he in he We laid her on th bed and Paul put wet cloths on he 163 ie told me to go to OCon nor and tell her to phone for a doc tor Paul told me not to tell he anything about what had Was The boy testified he was home when and the parents of the described Hinch as being very excited when he first came into the house to report that his wife had been The defendant said at that time the woman fell from the car as he April rounded a corner south of Carters nance Minister Guido Jung em the hoy barked today on the steamship Called Talesmen Conte Di for the United The presentation of the tesii mony followed a day and a halt OL work in the of the It became necessary for Judge F to call 20 talesmen in und Charles Lindbergh are shown as they visited the Memorial building in touis and inspected the famous ilyers trophies housed With them is Nettle Beaurcgard curator ol the Missouri historical Associated Press Repeal Vote Unanimous at Wisconsin Convention Governor Informs s Occasion April Wisconsins constitutional conven tion today cast an unanimous vote to ratify repeal of the eighteenth Preceded by Michi Wisconsin was the second state of the union to vote for the repeal of federal The convention of 15 elected by statewide vote and all pledged to met at the state The session was merely for mality which gave official effect to the will of Wisconsin citizens who on April 4 voted to to elect delegates favoring repeal of Thirtyfour more states will have to ratify the amendment before it becomes effec Before the vote was taken dele gates heard an address by who termed the meeting a happy occasion in which the people Wisconsin see a par tial fulfillment of their The the governor was of vast importance poli tically and States where he will discuss world problems with President With Signov Jung are two Eugenio who framed IN CONSPIRACY Harrison Answers Attack on Inflation Compromise Plan April Replying to a trio of republican op Senator Harrison D declared in the senate toda that Andrew Mellon was in conspiracy against the inflatio added there against sound mon Italys recent commercial and Giorgio Del war debts expert and under secretary of fi AUNT HET By Robert Quillen The doctors use long Latin names for the cause o Johns nervous but its right name is addition to the regular panel to get a sufficient number from which to With eight peremptory challenges and two strikes open to each side of the case it was evident from the start that the 33 on the original panel would not be Sev eral jurors were excused for they had already formed an opinion on the As finally selected the jury was made up of three women ami nine men with five of the members Cram Mason The list follows Charles Frank Marietta Carl Clear Vcrn Rock Anna 231 Eighth street Neva 15 Nine teenth street B 212 Second street 209Vj North Federal Hflivord 819 Connecticut avenue Throughout Monday and up to oclock Tuesday morning the attorneys had questioned the juror in order to make certain they were not opposed to conviction on cir Tura to Column i BILL REPORTED Banking Committee Urges Favorable Vote on Act by April The h ouse banking committee oday ordered favorably reported the Roosevelt refinancing The action was taken by a voice The measure will be put he ore the house An amendment was adopted to purmit loans to Vie made on prop erty up to in but not more than to be advanced on one Steagall explained tliat the bill as originally introduced limited loans to property valued at not more than and that not more than 80 per cent of the ap praised value could be The committee retained the in terest rate of bonds to be issued at 4 pev cent and the 5 per cent on proposal and nothing in it speaking after confi dence had been expressed that the administration proposal would be passed referred particu larly to Senator Reed and saki it was unfair fora man in high standing in the country and in leadership in this body to attempt to deceive the American He asserted Mellon and his suc cessor Ogden Mills had made a mess of directing the nations fis cal policies and it was only fail that the new administration be giv en a chance to improve upon Taking the floor as attempts got underway to compromise the gold and silver clauses whereby the re publican regulars would agree to free coinage or huge purchases of silver in return for elimination of the cold content Reed called the inflation program the most unwise act that could bo con ceived He quoted from President Roose velts campaign speeches and the democratic platform assuring the country and the democratic party would stand for n sound and asserted nothing could be more unsound than the pending proposi BRITISH BUDGET MAKES NO PLAN DEBT hamberlain Cheered at Hope for Success of April 83334 budget of the British gov which follows last years recedent by making no provision or any war debt payments to the United was presented in the of commons today by Chan ellor of the Exchequer Neville The chancellor aroused cheers vith a declaration that mem ber of the irrespective of earnestly prayed for the suc ess of Prime Minister Ramsay UacDonalds mission in Washing Absolves He absolved the Washington gov irnment of charges that have been made by some commentators to the effect that America abandoned the old standard for the purpose of arming itself with a bludgeon for he RooseveltMaeDonald discus If the budget works out as Mr Chamberlain Britain will come through the year with surplus of pounds On the basis of last years taxa have ha a surplus of approximately 000 but lie gave to th workingman the long sought boo of a penny a pint off the beer toi costing the exchequer pounds and he made some othe small Prospect The chancellor estimated ncx years revenue at pound and expenditures at Dealing with the general wori situation the chancellor said I have never concealed my ow opinion at the most hopeful pros pect of any considerable advanc to prosperity made in collaboration with other The very success which this government has achieved assigns party second in importance to none in that It was in order to prepare the way for a common understanding by direct contact with the head of the state that the prime minister Will Rogers BEVERLY April dont know whether this going off the gold is official or The French have vetoed They claim we have no right to go off the leave them high and dry on It seems like if you are on the every nation in the world is out to get They all Whats the idea of that big bum having gold Say ve will figure out a way to bump him But this is a time you got to be ready for I have got some old Cherokee In dian or Sup pose we go off the Sup pose we go off the paperWell look where I will be a setting with my JicNousM Syndicate KLE SHOALS BILL APPROVED 91 VOTE Geneva Parley on Arms Cuts Opens With New Force Davis Awaits Instructions to Follow Discussions at By JOSEPH SHAKKEV April awaiting definite from which expected ot the Rbosevel MacDonaldHerriot dlsarmamen Norman Davi American arms rcpresentativ vigorously attacked the dtearnj ment problem prior to todays open ing session of the arms conferenc Davis saw the British dele Count Rudolf Nadolny Germany and Arthur Henderson president of the wit the object of speeding up procedure Informal talks by delegates con centrated on the Washington con and the opinion was general that they would give new and needed impetus to the arms Conference The disarmament conference was opened at by who voiced the congratulations of the gathering to recipient of the Waleler peace Henderson said I shall forever work for peace through May Agree to Consult Pact Signatories S Decision Likely as Conferences Go on at April The possibility of American agree ment to consult with fellow signa tories of the Paris peace pact in event of a threat of war increased today In Hie light of developments centering around the conferences between President Roosevelt and kin to foreign Muscle Shoals bill Through another day ot serious discussion on international econom ics and the Prime Minister MacDonald of Great Britain and former Premier Herriot of France worked toward assuring iccess for the London conference mod to rehabilitate world trade nd the moves already under way or armaments Favored In Following a visit to the white where Roosevelt and lacDonald had been Sec etary Hull pointed out in a press onference that the platforms of both political parties declared in irinciple in favor ofsuch consuUa provision to strengthen the KelloggBriand House Rejects Move to Substitute Morris Act for Hill April President Roosevelts program for developing the Tennessee river basin today was pushed through the house and sent to the senate by a huge 306 to Dl Just before passage the house re jectee 326 to 08 a motion by Ran return tho HilJ to the military committee with instructions to re port back the Norris draft of the administration Before this Ranlcin cir cularized nil house members with a which said in part Called The Hill bill Is unsatisfactory As Senator Norris points out in this mornings press It so hedges the proposition about with red tape as to constitute Serious handicaps throws insurmountable barriers in the way of the futxire dcvclopmerit of the Tennessee valley which would obstruct the carrying out of the presidents gigantic pro is to be a model for future developments throughout the Judging from the advisors called j The provisions of the Noryis bill into the white house AnglaAmeri have the approval the con armaments and related Amendments problems weve among the upper most At the state mean French experts allied Herriot their The final Ballot ended several days of debate during which all amendments were Chiei provisions of tie HU1 niU i Creates the first extended exchange of preparatory tov three ferring with the president later In I Muscle Shoalsinvestrnent In the in the terest of national agrlcul accepted President Roosevelts invi tation to visit him in Plans New Chamberlain said there will be new duties on heavy hydrocar bon including fuel gas and Diesel lubricating oil and kero equivalent to one penny a gal The duty was effective from G oclock this eveningRevenue from oils is expected to produce pounds in the iWhile the workman gets his beer those who had hoped for a considerable reduction in the in come tax weve The chancellor declared that he would throw his budget out bal ance if he reduced the income and he declined to do No Detailed Secretary HuJI refrained from de tailed explaining that he was devoting himself almost ex clusively to the economic hases of the conversations and is leaving armaments to President Progress has been prevented in part of Geneva by French insistence upon guarantees of security against attack in return for any reduction in their armed This demand has been rccmpha sizcd with the rise of Hitlers strongly nationalistic party to power in Germany with accompany ing French fears that her old enemy would The as officials here see is to quiet these fears us an essen tial preliminary to the actual re duction of Des Moines Offices Ready for Enlisting Unemployed lowans DES April rangements for office facilities and personnel for enrolling civilian re forestation recruits have been com it was announced at army recruiting Permanent recruiting stations and a number of temporary offices will be with enlisting to begin as soon as county relief committees are pre pared to certify men for Continue Search for Wealthy Landowner Missing at Glidden April continued today for Frank wealthy landowner who disappeared last Thursday under mysterious cir Officers said Prill was called from his home Thursday morning to re ceive payment on a note which he held against Edgar Dewees told officers he met Prill and they drove out on the Lincoln highway where he paid on the Dewees said Prill left and got in another car occupied by two men whom he did not SITUATION AT GLANCE Beer Permits April a spe cial meeting of the city beer permits were granted Fred proprietor of the Home and to John proprietor of the Steele Former President Herriot of after conference with Presi dent says enthusiastically that latter laid down complete pro including world economic stabilization and war President Roosevelt and Prime Minister MacDonald of Great who announced that their conversations had admirably served the purpose of mapping the territory to be covered at the world economic hold final talk late President in talks with Premier Bennett of ia expected to seek pact for control of world wheat Disarmament conference re opens at buoyed by moral support afforded by economic con versations at Opening date for world eco nomic conference is expected to be set by organization committee which meets Saturday in Senator leads republican opposition lo Roosevelt controlled Inflation but quick passage of measure is believed The conference then tackled the most delicate part of the British draft dealing with security against The Polish delegate emphasized the purport of the Po lish amendment to the which he was especially framed to permit the United States to initiate consultative powers to determine the means of making ineffective any recourse to Similar as another nonmember of the and which recently resigned from the would have a similar privilege under the Delegates were strongly impress ed by the fact that the despite the decision to resign from the were represented at the Wellington Chinese dele urged the strengthening of the British draft by his declaration that any resort to force for the settle ment of international differences shall be considered a breach of the kelloggBriand peace It was believed Koo referred to Jap MflNGHUKUQ BIDS FOR RECOGNITION Promises Open Door to All Countries Which Make Like ancsc action In Son Is Born to Wife of Wisconsin Senator April son was born this morning to Mra Robert wife of the senator from The weigh was seven fourteen and mother and child were reportec at Garfield hospital to be doing Former Grundy Center Man Dies in California LOS April Funeral arrangements were bein made for Herbert 7C former resident of Grundy Ccntc who died He treasurer of the Iowa Associatioi He came to Los Angeles about 3 years lly HABH iCopyriKhti Associated April Man hukuo governments promise of an pen door and equal in in Manchuria presupposes re iprocity by other nations and con cqucntly is applicable only to coun ries which recognize This significant assertion was nade today by Tiikuzo irivy councillor of In exclusive interview with the As ocisited Komai was one of the principal Japanese actors in the dramatic 3venta resulting in the founding of he new government last year in erritory seized from Chinese nil He is at present in Tokio con ducting a campaign of education in jehalf of the economic This group Keeks special tariffs and other privileges n Manchukuo for Although the principal of recipro city between nations would gener ally Komni said foreign firms and individuals doing business in Manchukuo which show friendli ness toward the Changchun regime will be given special facilities and treatment regardless of the poli cies of their tural and industrial navigation and flood Directs the corporation to build ing the Cove creek dam on the Clinch river and dam number three at Muscle Authorizes it to build other dams on tliG Tennesseerivcr as a reason able market demand develops for power that would amortize costs within 50 Leiist or Directs the corporation to lease or operate the nitrate re quiring a minimum output of tons of fixed nitrogen the first two Authorizes the corporation to sell surplus giving preference to counties and Also empowers it to build trans mission linen if purchasing or condemnation is not Authorizes bond issue and a appropria Authorizes the president to make surveys and reports to congress on planning in the Vole Against The republicans who voted against final passage of the bill were Allen Andrew An drews Bacharach Bacon Bnkewcll Becdy tllonchtvrd Bolton Brumm Burnham Carter Carter CaviccViia Clarke Cochran Connolly Cooper Culldn Dnrrow De priest Dirkscn Dittcr Dondero Doutrich I Enton Edmond Eltsc Evans Fish Koeht Foss Gibson Goodwin Goss Guycr Hancock Hart Hess ley Hollister Holmes Hopper Hope James Jenkins Turn o IaKO CVtlunm 37tf Woman on Trip Dies in West Union Hotel WEST April of died today in a hotel here an hour after she had complained of being She was returning by mo tor from a visit at accompanied by her Carey of her IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy Tuesday nlRhl and Cooler Tues day night frost KIs InK temperature Wednesday in the Rxtrrsma wrst LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday Minimum In Night At 8 80 After more than two weehs without measurable Mnson CityJand has begun to show the effects of the dry period in ths way of retarded growth of vegeta Rain is urgently