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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 26, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PHESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE THE NEWSPAPEK THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IQWAXS NEIGHBORS JIASON CITY HOME EDITION Outplaying His Guests Roosevelt Embargo on Gold Changes Situation By CHARLES P STEWAKT WASHINGTON April 26 CPA Roosevelts visit Ing statesmen from overseas from the other side of the equator and from beyond Uncle Sams northern border have done their best to look during the last few days There is no ques t i o n however that at least two or three of them would have made remarks u n p r e c e dented in the history of diplomacy if they could have e x pressed them selves with per fect freedom Prime Minister Ramsay Mac Donald of Great Britain and ex Premier Bdouaid Herriott of France n o t a bly were the individ THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO ONE 174 INDORSE 7 POINT RECOVERY PLAN i VM State ContendsHinch KilledWifeWithHam Ramsay MacDonald uais whom the presidents sud den change in policy placed in an awkward position Folk like Finance Minister Jun of Italy and Viscount Ishii of Japan had not so much at stake and con sequently probably felt less hope lessly nonplused As for the Latin American representatives there was no reason why they should not have enjoyed the discomfiture of the august MacDonald and the tempera metal Herriot Two Victims of Joke Mr MacDonald was the hardest hit M Herriot waa as much a victim of President Roosevelts unintenlion tional perhaps practical joke as was the canny Scot but Herriot is not so topheavy with dignity as the North Briton and therefore crashes witojnpthing Jlke the when the Withoutenteringinto cKiis of International relationships is to be borne in mind that Prime Minis ter MacDonald M Herriot and oth ers to whom invitations had been issued to discuss with President Roosevelt the worlds economic af fairs started for Washington fully convinced that America was indis Tiim to PnKc 2 ColDmn 3 U S READY TO DO BIG THINGS Davis Says Europeans Must Show Desire Really to Reduce Arms GENEVA Switzerland April 26 first official echo of the Washington conversations was heard in Europe today when Nor man H Davia enunciated before the disarmament conference the Roosevelt policy that the United States is ready to do big things to maintain peace once Europe shows she really wants to reduce arms This first exposition of the Roose velt policy before the conference was presented ina speech made 01 instructions from the president Delegates to the conference were electrified by the address of the American ambassadoratlarge They interpreted his remarks meaning that America was disposed to strengthen the BrianKellogg pact by an agreement to participate in a consultation pact of the powers Mr Davis hearers also under stood from what he said that thc United States might agree at least to retrain from extending any com mercial or financial help to an ag gressor state once an aggressor na tion had been determined AUNT MET By Robert Quillen The quickest cure for a nervous breakdown like Jims is to find out the de positors aint goin to prose cute f HANDKERCHIEF SECOND EXHIBIT EN LOCAL TRIAL Medical Testimony for Prosecution Thought Completed PICTURE ON PAGE 13 The hammer which the state con tends was used by Paul Hinch to murder his wife while they were driving on the highway south of Cartersville Dec 2S 1932 was in troduced as evidence Wednesday in the trial of the case before Judge M F Edwards A womans handkerchief with a circular blood stain which officers testified was picked up near the large spot of blood on the highway where the tragedy is alleged to have taken place was also entered as an exhibit together with Mrs Hindis clothes Fourth Docior Appears With the fourth physician as a witness Wednesday forenoon the state is believed to have completed the medical testimony probably its most important evidence in the trial of the case Dr George II Crabb member of the Park hospital staff who conducted the autopsy Dr J E McDonald county coro ner and Dr A E Hale Dougherty and Dr J F Meany Rockwell called on the case by the family testified the injury fijunfl ihthe head of Mrs Hinch wfiichTcaWecf her death could have been caused or probably was caused by an object such as a hammer In the cross examination how ever by W G Henke Charles City and F A Ontjes Mason City it was brought out that bacteriologic al examination showed no blood on the hammer and that deputies found no blood in the Hinch auto mobile Examination by the wit nesses in behalf of the state was conducted both by County Attorney M L Mason and E G Dunn Not Out of Car Cluim It is the states contention that Mrs Hinch never was out of the car that if she had been Hinch would not have been able to get her back in as she waa larger than he Explanation of the spot of blood on the highway however has not been produced thus far Judge Edwards ordered the bail iff to keep the courtroom from jamming up with people as was the case Tuesday The architects have warned county officers of filling the room beyond what the seats hold MISSING GIRL Nndlne Vogel Love 6 year old girl of Kansas City Kans disappeared while on the way home from school and it was feared she hud been kidnaped Associated Press TEACHERS RAID TRUST COMPANY Battle With Police Climax of Demonstration in Chicago CHICAGO April culminated a he said Many took their lunches with them in order to be able to hold their scats Some lined them selves up around the walls of the courtroom Mrs OConnor Testifies Mrs Tom OConnor Cartersville neighbor of Harry Cahalan where Hinch brought his wife the night the tragedy took the witness stand for the state Wednesday afternoon It was to her home that Paul Cahalan went to telephone for aid She testified to going to the Cah alan home where she found Mrs Hinch in bed She identified thc coat and dress worn by Mrs Hinch the night of her fatal injury Did you observe any sand or gravel in her hair coat or dress the county attorney asked 2500 of them laid Beige to the of fices of the Chicago Title Trust company Sveral hundred of them surged through the entrances and gained the second floor of the building on which are located the companys executive Their war cry was Pay your taxes We want Davis Police Use Clubs Gen Abel Davis is chairman of the trust firms board The com pany controls considerable property on which taxes are delinquent Policemen used their clubs as they attempted to restore order among the militant teachers I Wife Was Along didnt see any the answered Did you ever see Paul Hinch with Maxine Latham Not alone Mrs Hinch was along An effort to show Miss Latham sent a message to Hinch through OConnor on Dec 17 was Mrs blocked by defense objections The county attorney changed the form of questioning several times to no avail When I came to the Cahalan home the night she was hurt he was sitting beside her bed Mrs OCon nor said on crossexamination Paul was putting wet cloths on her head and then I helped with it I wouldnt have known she had vorn the coat except that there 3 blood on it she declared when Vtr Henke endeavored to establish here was no definite knowledge is to whether Mrs Hinch wore the oat that evening She had observed injuries on Mrs linchs hand and other parts of the ody Mrs OConnor said Schiffman Testifies Ralph Schiffman former deputy heriff related thc incidents con ectcd with the call to Carternville ie identified the hammer exhibit in ourt as thc one found when he and Turn o Parr H Column 3 sev eral plate glass windows were splintered and traffic came to a complete stop before the milling thousands In the street Officers loat their caps and had their uniforms ripped in hand to hand encounters with the petJa gogs Committee Admitted Order was finally restored and a committee of 19 teacTiers headed by John M Fawkes generalissimo of the demonstrators was admitted to the private ofice of General Davis to present their protests School and city officials were scheduled to act today to relieve the crisis facing the citys education system Before the school board which was to meet today was the pro posal of Trustee H Wallace Cald well to close the schools from May 12 to Oct I as an economy measure County Treasurer Gets 1 5 Year Term PIPESTONE Minn April 26 fT M N Reistroffer Noble county tresurer IS years was sentenced to five years In prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to misappropriating mer TRADE WAR HAS BRITAIN RUSSIA LOCKED IN GRIP Week of Grace Not Time Enough for Ships All to Reach Port LONDON April 26 Britain and soviet Russia were at grips today in a severe trade war slated to continue at least as long as two British subjcts are held pris oners in Moscow Its cost to the two countries in goods alone probable would total nearly 5100000000 in a year that Deing the approximate value of the trade now at a standstill because of embargoes Great Britains 80 per cent ban Russian imports went into effect ast night and simultaneously Rus sia retaliated with a complete em bargo on British imports aud other drastic restrictions on British ship ping and commerce Two Were Convicted Great Britain proclaimed its em mrgo last Wednesday when a soviet supreme court imposed three and wo year sentences on L C Thorn ion and William L MacDonald British engineers who were convict espionage o escape ed of sabotage and against the soviet union The week of grace accorded in sufficient time however for some Russian cargoes to reach BriUah a mun c er 61 ships which raced here lii time the ban The steamer Volgoless from the Slack sea had the distinction of being the last to enter the London region before the embargo became operative Two or three other Rus sian ships already were discharg ng cargoes at London docks Kussla More Severe The goods chiefly affected by the Jritish embargo are butter poultry ereals oil and timber from the oviet union Information on what uantities of these got in under the eadline or missed was not immedi itely available Thc Russian restrictions appar ntly are much more severe than hose imposed here Not only are urchases of any kind in England rohibited but chartering of British nerchant ships by Russian com aniea is banned and restrictions re imposed on the use of British orts by Russian ships and the ansportation of British goods hrough Russia to the far east ligher duties also are Imposed on British ships entering soviet ports Hugo Totals Represented British exports to Russia in 1932 totalled Those from Rus sia to Great Britain totalled flS 000000 The action also terminates Brit ish credits in Russia estimated at on an 38 month basis Of this amount about was guaranteed by the British gov ernment Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal April paper just keeps saying how Mr Roosevelt and Mr MacDonald are in accord and how Mr Herriot and Mr Roosevelt are in accord Now that all sounds mighty chummy and docile but knowing Europe like we ought to know em there is just a little too much in accord There is one awful good time to watch those babies from over there and that is when they are m accord but I imagine we can trust Mr Roosevelt While this is his first poker game with Europe he has played with Tammany so he is not exactly what you would call an ama teur He has seen guys pull em out of their sleeve before But he has got to watch that m accord stuff Yours Copyright 1933 McNnught Srndlcnit Warship on Sea Bottom Yielding Treasure in Gold Salvage Vessel at Work on Scene of One of Wars Major Tragedies Copirtiht 1B33 by The Asotlnlea Kos Toll of Death in Quake Mounts to 119 KOS Dodecanese 26 death earthquake Aegean persons Islands April roll from the which struck this sea area now totals 110 n Kos as a result of fur ther search of the ruins Diplomas by Mail in High Water Section WHITESBORO Okla April 26 boys and girls were graduated from school by mail High water for two weeks prevented the annual exercises so school authorities entrusted the displomas to the postman New CoOp to Handle Livestock for lowans ST LOUIS April 26 livestock is to be handled through a new cooperative livestock mar keting agency known as the Farmers National Livestock com mission which will begin business May 1 treasure in goldthat Has Jain at the bottom of the aea since H M s Hampshire sank with Earl Kitch ener duringthe World war is fin ally being salvaged raid reports received here today Apparently authoritative advices said that n salvage ship working off the West Orkney islands at the scene of one of the wars major tragedies brought to the surface yesterday 15000 pounds sterling in gold the first batch of the treasure in the Hampshires strong boxes Scenes of jubilation took place among tho overjoyed salvage crew the advices said as the yellow metal was exposed on deck to the rays of the sun for the first time in almost 17 years Wizard Locksmith Details of the salvage operations were lacking Little publicity had been given here to any recent at tempt to raise the Hampshires strongboxes It was recalled how vcr that Charles Courtney known the wizard locksmith sailed from New York for Europe April 8 on a mysterious mission in con nection with a treasure hunt Courtney who has been called on before to aid In opening safes from sunken ships refused to disclose the object of his journey but one report said that he would take part in an expedition to obtain the Hampshires gold It was almost 17 years June 5 that the Allies wcro stunned by thc loss of Kitchener who went down with the cruiser Hampshire a few minutes after the vessel hit a German mine off the Orkneys a group of islands north of Scotland Acclaim as Soldier Kitchener famous statesman and field marshal who had won acclaim as one of Englands great soldiers by his exploits in Egypt India and South Africa was then serving as British secretary for war He was on a secret mission to Russia when the disaiter occurred A sailor said afterward that the earl was last INTO BATTLE ON INFLATION PLAN Amendment for Payment Prevents Vote Until Thursday WASHINGTON April 26 m The bonus dread issue of thelast congress that kept men marching before the capitoi for days was in jected into the senate dispute over the administrations inflation bill today by an amendment callingfor payment of the certificates to vet erans Senator Robinson R imu in troduced the amendment as debate went ahead on the currency expan sion measure His proposal xvould make mandatory the issuance of enough treasury notes to pav the onus Give Optional Power The pending measure would give the president the optional power to issue up to of treas ury notes The Robinson proposal would make it mandatory that he issue enough new money to pay the bonus Leaders regared the introduction of the amendment as making cer tain that passage of the measure would not be had before tomorrow Senator Glass D Va former secretary the treasury said he had not yet decided whether to but friends pf the said he wantet Among other things Glass is op posed to the clause giving the pres ident power to lower the gold con tent of the dollar Fess Plans Speech Senator Fess RObio also was reported to be contemplating a long speech against the plan and was unprepared to deliver it today Senator Connally D Texas re sumed arguments for the inflation sts Senator Robinson of Arkansas he democratic chieftain anil Sen ator Reed R Pa chief opponent f the inflation proposal engaged n an interchange while the Texan nd the floor botli agreeing that nless international exchanges were tabilized America andGreat Bri ain faced the danger of a duel to epreciate currencies veteran to PUTS OFF TRIAL JUDGE LOUIS H WARO Henry Pu Yis Chance of Gaining Throne Dimmed prospects for regaining his lost dragon throne in Peiping received a serious set back today when it was learned Japanese counsellors plan a new democratic constitution for Man chukuo The hopes of Manchurian leaders that they would be aided by the Japanese in bringing Peiping within the boundaries of their new state included a plan to put Pu Yi back on the imperial throne in that city It waa the throne he lost in the Chinese revolution In 1911 when he was thc Boy Emperor and last of the reigning Manchu Dynasty Close upon their repeated disa vowals of any intention to extend Manchukuos boundaries below the great wall of China the Japanese now have named a commission of 22 members to plan a new funda mental law commission for will Manchuria The study American and other liberal constitutions models scen standing on the quarter deck talking calmly to his staff and watching unsuccessful attempts of the crew to launch boats la the rough seas Courtney a master locksmith widely known for his ability to open the most difficult locking devices last came into public prominence when he sailed from here last June to help open treasure chests aboard the liner Egypt which sank off the island of Usliant in 1B22 with a loss of more than 100 lives A total of was salvaged out of 0 000000 bullion strong room in the Egypts Des Moines Girl One of Nine to Win Prizes PITTSBURGH April 26 Award of nine scholarships in art schools and cash prizes totaling to high school students throughout the country was an nounced today by the Scholastic national high school magazine Lil lyan Jacobs 17 Roosevelt high Des Moines won third prize of in one division of art competition mm SEVEN CHILDREN SLAIN ather Missing Since Fire Destroyed His Home in Minnesota HARRIS Minn April 26 mother and seven children whose bodies were found April 11 in the ruins of a burned farm house were slain S B Wennerberg Chicago county attorney said today Wennerbergs announcement came after Dr C A Erdmann professor of the anatomy department at the University of Minnesota informed him that thc eight persons were killed before the farm house burn ed The victims were Mrs Albion Johnson and seven children rang ing In age from 10 to months Johnson has been missing since thc ire Wennerberg asserted he was con vinced Johnson in alive A search of the woods and swamp land and dragging of the St Coix river has failed to reveal any trace of him A coroners jury after the fire failed to fix responsibility or thc causo of death TO START MAY 22 Judge Says Demonstrations of Sympathizers Prevent Fair Trial SAN FRANCISCO April 26 Tom Mooney wa continued to MayT22today by Su perfor Judge Louis H Ward on the grounds that demonstrations out side the courtroom such 13 occurrec today would prevent a fair trial on thc old murder charge against him The ruling was made while the shouts of Mooney sympathizers ichoed in the courtroom Judge Ward who recently granted the nql at the instance of the defense old attorneys Mooneys adherents lad practically shouted in my ear ve want Mooney as the jurist anie to the hall of justice Present No Evidence The continuance came soon ufter prosecution had informed the ROOSEVELT AND MDONALD WIND JP CONFERENCES War Debt Relief Not Mentioned in Joint Statement WASHINGTON April 26 The United States aud Great Brit ain lined up today for a seven point vorld economy recovery program embracing tariff reductions and ligher silver prices President Roosevelt and Prime minister MacDonald ended their onversations with a declaration of mderstnnding on agreements to be ought at the June world economic onferencc As they said goodbye the Amer can and French economic experts itlackcd the problems Mr MacDonald began his home vard journey to London today eaving Washington at noon for York Mr Roosevelt and Mr MacDon ld declared lor the following statement distributed at house the the 1rlnter Commits Suicide DUBUQUE April 26 Schon 23 printer committed sui cide by shooting today court it would not present any evi dence in the case which was fol lowed by a statement from Frank P Walsh veteran attorney for Mooney that thc defense would confine itself to presenting testi mony to prove the guiltlessness of the defendant Judge Ward proclaimed his de termination to have Mooney in court at some time to give him a hearing on thc basis of facts in thc cae and to permit him to testi fy if desired but the court as serted it would not be a party to jiving the defendant a legal loop hole upon which to seek his free dom on constitutional or technical grounds as a result of the hearing Una Favored Pardon District Attorney Matthew A Brady who for years has favored a pardon for Mooney on the ground that he was unfairly convicted more than 1R years ago of bombing of the San Francisco preparedness clay parade contended he had no evidence worthy of being legally sustained Any evidence we would present said William Murphy assistant dis trict attorne3 would have to be ruled out Before court convened mounted police dispersed a small crowd bear ing Mooney banners when It gath ered opposite the hall of justice There were no arrests Rooster Mother to Nine Ugly Ducklings HARRISBURG III April 26 a hen a rooster owned by Mrs Anna Mann of New Burnside doesnt do so badly Mrs Mann said she got tired of shooing the bin off of nests so ah put n dozen duck eggs under him and the roos ter sat until nine ugly ducklings emerged June 12 Set as Date for World Economic Parley possibility Japan LONDON of June 12 fixed by President oosevelt Prime Minister Mac Donald and Former Premier Her riot as the assembling time for the wold economic conference in Lon don Is accepted in Downing street is final barring serious objection by Japan or some other far distant nation lity Japai would consider the notice too short to permit its delegation to arrive hero As soon as he arrives from Amer ica Prime Minister MacDonald is expected to jump into the work of i making effective the informnl ar rangements made at Washington An Increase In the Kuenil level of commodity prices Reorientation ol commercial policies Reduction of tariffs quotas and exchange reHtrlctlonu World expansion of credit Capital expenditures by gov ernments to stimulate business Recstabllshmcnt of an inter atltmal monetary standard Improvement of the status of allver v Their conversations that our two governments looking with a like purpose arid a close similarity of method at these objectives nn2rtin that the cup and the lip are many slips Mr McDonald newspapermen as ctmversations had been I a Way l nardy believed ssible when I came Same Enthusiasm The same enthusiam over the re ults of the AngloAmerican ne gotiations was expressed by those close to President Roosevelt Meanwhile the president resum ed his conversations with Af Her riot the French representative at his desk In the executive office shortly after this afternoon Secretary Hull Undersecretary Phillips and the French ambassador were present War debts relief for Great Brit iln which was taken up last night ty the president and prime min ister was not mentioned in their Hnal statement It remains for fu ture settlement together with thc economic program outlined by the iwo statesmen The debt payments become duo i June 15 almost simultaneously with the meeting of the London world economic conference in which Mr Roosevelt pins his hope for tic complishment of steps outlined to day No Entanglements Mr MacDonuld emphasized upon leaving that he and Mr Roosevelt were just as free now as before they entered their conversations There are no alliances of en tanglements he said You are not in the maelstrom of Europe But can you Imagine what would happen If America and Great Britain cant march side bv side I am not only convinced of a hope to come to an agreement l am going away with the determina tion we have got to come an agreement because it is our moral duty lownn Hangs Himself WOODBINE April neral arrangements were being made for Henry Stcffon 63 retired farmer who killed himself by hang ing IOWA WEATHER Hloslly cloudy Wednesday night nnl Thursday rain proh iihlu In vrHt portion not much change In temperature frost or temperatures Wed nesday night In northeast and and east central portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Wednesday morning Maximum Tuesday M Minimum in Night 30 At 8 A M 4   

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