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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 29, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home VOL XXXIX FIVE CENTS A COPX ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MjSON CITY IOWA SATURDAYAPRIL 29 1933 EDITION OPENING INSTALLMENT THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS BECnoN OAE NO 177 m DO fter CHAPTER 1 make the new connection with bored insouciance and a belli just Some people she remarked to Betty McCabe at the nex always act when they want a party as if someone had bee uiey must think a private switchboard is maintained fo prwate use instead of serving a thousandroom hotel The lad l Tin1S instantly and I suppose she wants to report leaky tap m the bathroom or something equally important or her dog sneezed and she wants t complain about the temperature of the room Sue continued her cheerful comments and changing of switch con FI 4 varient streams of conversation which thej uo ifx m canal sluices release pentup volumes of watei Her rftIT MlQ 11 J t W U V t L Trouble Alber inquired a voice that hissed with suppressed excite Lf valvf a sLeam plant with mounting pressure nuersoo you coir lease hurry Alber asked curtly c3 Mr Alber tapped the of the telephone base impatiently without lowering the instrument aues response of Operator was almost instantaneous Murphys office and step on it he commanded Ob yeah Sue retorted to her self So youre in a hurry too then became more alert with the thought Well now maybe he is in a hurry if he wants the house de tective She had scarcely com pleted the connection when the light had winked out and flashed on again Dr Case was Albera next laconic request Sue thrust the plug into the board and turned again to Betty as she reached for the next call Theres excitement in the air all right A call from 863 for the manager and then he snaps a 30second message to Murphy and Dr Case Wonder what its all about Well probably never know The world would come to an end or a typhoon sweep the whole city ex cept this hotel into the harbor and wed never know it cooped up here like prisoners as we are Her scorn ful glance swept the circumference room linetl Avltl clainp edjpyfer 1 thi tence for this term will bo served in 10 minutes Im off at 8 Ihe room number give you the room then to Bet ty As if I knew allthe guests in this hotel by their room numbers It happens that I do know Judge Morris is suite 350 but the Morrises are two of the few people who donI change their hotel rooms every 24 hours as most of the Good evening Hotel Metropolitan her tone changed abruptly to the suave enunciation required by the management No madam there Were no calls for 710 during the past Ill give you the head porters desk Please ask him to send you a telegraph office yes madam The disconnected words and phrases of the various operators sounded like nothing so much as a feminine Babylon Though they spoke in the same tongue there was seldom a distinguishable word from the melee And the strange part of it was that their disconnected phrases were the connecting links whichunited two factions of all the varied emotions of human experi ences Love and enmity excitement and boredom truth and intrigue sympathy and sorrow happiness shame all flowed over those vires in continuous streams Wel omed calls and dreaded ones alike sceived the same attention in that icdium of the switchboard The girls on the relief shift came one byone as fresh from rest new makeup as those who were laving were weary and disheveled Jue swung around in her swlvei iiair as one of them approached vfir Hello Irene you lifesaver foil sure do look good to me to ight Why Got a heavy date Yeah a date with my Murphy Continued On Market rare ARRESTS LEADERS AUNT NET By Robert Quillen Maybe Ellas right in thinkin its always wicked to tell a lie but my notion is its just as wicked to tell some o the truth she does Col Glenn C Haynes former Mason Cityan and veteran of the division ot the Sarurdny began where ho ls commanding the state militia ordered out by the governor World Economic Truce Proposed by Norman Davis American Delegate Makes Proposal at Meeting in London LONDON April 29 pro posal for a world economic arm istice was laid before the organiz ing committee of the world econ omic conference by Norman H Davis American ambassadorat large at a meeting of the commit tee at the foreign office this after noon Mr Davis conferred with Foreign Secretary Sir John Simon of Great Britain and outlined the plan to him before going into the committee meeting where the eight organizing nations wer3 represented The members of the committee formally fixed June 12 as the date for convening the world economic conference Americas economic truce as pro posed by Mr Davis is a far reach ing measure to end economic war fare among all nations until the agreements to be reached at the world economic conference can be made effective Seek Gentlemens Agreement WASHINGTON April 29 The American government regards it as most important to reach some gentlemens agreement that be tween now and the world economic conference and if possible during the conference sessions there be no more increasing of obstacles to date The move is intended to keep the situation in regard to tariffs em bargoes and other obstructions to the flow of international trade in the status that now obtains ROCKWELL FACES MOHAWK TEAM Batted Ball Breaks Boys Jawbone at County Tournament ROCKWELL April ugh school defeated Plymouth 72 n the second round of the Cerro county baseball tournament icre Saturday Mason City beat Meservey 102 in the second game Rockwell and Mason City were scheduled to meet in the final game Saturday afternoon Robert Kcenan of Rockwell 10 ear old spectator was struck by a batted ball and his jaw bone was broken HINCH CASE GIVEN TO JURY AT DENISON AND FIVE AT LE MARS Chattel Mortgage Sale Postponed by Fight Is Conducted DENISON April 29 al guardsmen today arrested four men identified by authorities as participants in yesterdays clash be tween farmers and a force of deputy sheriffs and state agents at the J 9 Arrested in Farm Disorders i FOUR MEN HELD Noted Australian speed SPEAKER RAINEY PLANS TO HURRY FARM AID BILL Noted Australian Speed Pilot Crashes Mountain Bert Hinklers Body Found Nearly Four Months Later F Shields farm The quartet was arrested at the scene of the fight during the sale of property on which a chattel mortgage had been foreclosed They ere Franlc North 46 of Vail Herman Blume 31 of near Deitlson Fritz Blume 31 brother of Herman W H Meyer 53 ol Vnil It was attempted sale of the same mortgaged property which precipi ated Fridays battle A crowd of iOO farmers had assembled on the Shields property at the time the sale was called and shortly after it egan the group allegedly headed by a small group from Harrison county rushed the force of 40 deputy sheriffs and 12 state agents who had been called to prevent dis order Six officers were injured in the ensuing battle Copyright 1933 by the Associated Press CASTEL SAN NICOLO Italy April Kinkier noted Aus tralian speed pilot apparently crash ed head on into a mountainside in the middle of the afternoon of Jan 7 when he was killed here This was learned today when an Associated Press correspondent reached the scene where Italian charcoal burners found the body and shattered plane yesterday The discovery came nearly four months after the famous airman started his attempt to regain the speed record for the EnglandAustralia flight Contrary to first reports the body was not burned It was mang led however and thrown 30 feet from the plane on the mountain Varco di Docca A watch found in Hinklers pock et stopped at 3 p m indicating he flew over here in broad daylight but it rac recalled that a storm was then raging in this region Kinkier left Feltman airdrome in Middlesex England at a m Jan 7 men were Senison and placed Vunder military fuard while soldiers continued to patrol highways and search for others included in the list of men vanted Todays sale disposed of 11 head f cattle 17 hogs 320 bushels of oatg and between 2500 and 3000 bushels of corn as well as a few tieces of miscellaneous farm equip ment The guardsmen who arrived by notor truck last night from Coun 11 Bluffs Neola Atlantic and Red Oak bivouacked last night on the loor of the courthouse They were nder the command of Major Gen ral Tinley of Council Bluffs Tenant Buys Back T E Shields the tenant today ought back everything which was ffered under agreement with Lou s Houlihan owner of the farm During todays sale attended by ictween 400 and 500 farmers na ional guardsmen with fixed bay nets stood guard several machine uns were trained on the barnyard vhere the sale was held and all oada leading to the farm were guarded and patrolled Every pcr on who approached was searched or weapons Following the sale the troops ushed the crowd forward to the ront gate The four men identified y state agents as leaders in yester ays riots were then singled out nd placed under military arrest The Blume brothers are sons of heodore Blume a former state epresentative All four admitted ttending yesterdays sale although he Blume brothers and Meyers de ied they had been parties to any iolence Supporter of Law North an ardent supporter of the BERT HINKLER fag General Italo air minister is Kinkier s body lies in the town planning special honors before the hall here draped with the British body leaves Italy tatc hiortgage moratorium as defiant in his attitude law You can kill me but you cant care me he told the troopers who rrested him I am glad you fellows are here lough It accomplishes our pur ose Congress is sitting on needles nd maybe this will bring things to head if it helps speed an invcs gation of present farm conditions He denied being a member of the armers holiday association We dont need any of those fel a North said We have plenty f overall orators around here of ur own LEADERS ARRESTED LE MARS April 29 armers allegedly ring leaders in he abduction and mistreatment of udge C C Bradley Thursday were rrested and held in custody of owa national guardsmen today as military investigation into the af ir proceeded The five were John Kunlie T K Ernest Henry KcinH John Lawrence Sherman The men were arrested by small squadrons of milita who were act Turn to Fate t Column 1 HERRING PLANS TO ENFORCE LAW Declares Mar Hal Taw Wil Be Declared Wherever Necessary DES MOINES April 29 Gov Clyde Herring in a speech to day declared that martiallaw and invasion by national guard troops of counties in which the function of courts are interfered with will be resorted to in any case necessary The protection of the courts in their functions is essential to or derly government and action similar to that taken in Plymouth county will he taken in any other county where necessary to maintain law and order the governor said Commentingon his action in sending troops to Le Mars Plym outh county seat Herring declared the move was fully justified not only by the present situation but by the troubles we have been hav ing there in the past Expresses Regret He expressed regret that the sit uation had to occur and said it puts Iowa in a bad and unfair light over the country hut added that he did not believe the mass of Iowa farmers sanctioned this violence The governor received informa tion from military authorities that no further trouble had occurred at Le Mars and Denison where 200 militiamen this morning suprvised a farm sale at the J f Shields of a clash yesterday between 800 farmers and a force of 40 deputy sheriffs and 12 state agents in which six officers were wounded 5 Leaders Held Col Glenn Haynea reported from Le Mars that five leaders of the disturbance Thursday in which Judge C C Bradley was abducted and assaulted had been appre hended and others were beinjr sought The governor declared that these men if proved guilty would be prosecuted to the full extent of the law Telegrams of approbation poured mto the governors office this morn ing With but two exceptions they commended him for his action in sending troops to Le Mars and Denison One condemnation from the in ternational labor defense Michigan department at Detroit demand immediate removal of troops from the farm area The other from Representative F H Shoemaker Minnesota farmerla bor representative in congress de clared public peace and order in Iowa can best be preserved by keep dam to Column JOANCRWFORD SEEKS DIVORCE LOS ANGELES April 29 Suit for divorce from Douglas Fair banks Jr rnovle actor flled today by Joan Crawford the screens leading portrayer of the modern girl She charged griev ous mental cruelty WOODIN WITH fiHIEFTO END Calls ReporterVS Sickbec to Deny Reports He Will Quit WASHINGTON April 29 Secretary Woodin from his sick bed today issued a statement denying reports that he was going to resign and was at odds with President pro Roosevelt over the inflation gram Summoning newspaper reporters to his side for a special press con ference the secretary declared that not only did he have no intention of giving up the secretaryship of the treasury but also he approyed of the presidents program through out I am with the chief fPrcsidcnt Roosevelt to the end he said He is going to lead us out of this situation The secretary charged that en emies of the administration were circulating the reports that he would quit the cabinet in an effort o create dissension adding It is most unsportsmanlike that those who seek to hamper the ad ministration in such an emergency should resort to such expedients Aviation Officials of 7 States Will Meet m Bismarck Monday BISMARCK N Dak April 29 Efforts to bring about uniform aviation rules among states and co ordination with federal regulations will be made at a regional meeting of the national association of state aviation officials opening here Mon day The division comprises Mon ana North and South Dakota Some Says Senate Made Changes at Request of Wallace WASHINGTON April 29 Speaker Rainey in outlining today the plans for expediting the farm relief measure said the senate had made some changes in it which Secretary Wallace regarded an vital and that Wallace would study the bill with the conferees Rainey said it was planned to send the bill to conference Monday Secretary Wallace informed me this mornine that there were some very vital differences on the farm Jill between and senate that needed to be compromised Rainey said He aikerf that he be informed as early as possible as to who the conferees will be Confer With Jones I will confer later today with Chairman Jonea of the agriculture committee and Chairman Steagall af the banking committee who will be among the conferees Both these chairmen will bo on the conference committee which will be composed of members from their commit ees t Rainey said Wallace did not say what the vital differences were but tha Eecretary ot agriculture wanted to begin a study of tha bil asj quickly as possible 1 the house woiilu accept the inflation provisions put in the bia by the senate Rainey also said that President Roosevelt probably would send to congress next week messages ask ing for railroad and public con struction legislation includinga naval building program Congress in Recess Both houses were m adjournment today for a weekend holiday Concluding threo weeks of turbii ent debate the senate last night voted the sweeping power by 64 to 20 after defeating a soldiers bonus amendment and authorizing tho ac ceptance of up to in silver on war debt payments In an almost running fire of roll calls the senate rejected the sol liers bonus plan by GO to 28 ap proved the silver provision by 53 o 32 passed the inflation section by 64 to 21 and then rolled up a inal sweeping majority of 64 to 20 or the entiro measure including In lation rlinnesota Mebraska Wisconsin Iowa and Will Rogers DES MOINES April Now this aviation is getting somewhere Traveling east to do a broadcast on a democratic president on presidents day ev ening Am on one of the new Boeing ships two motored not three ten passenger and it really has speed for a big ship cruise 180 You see all our advancement in speed has been made with small single motored ships But now they are all out to cut down the flying time at least a third And by the way the old rail road could grab off many a new customer if they would knock a third off their schedules for less reason There is not a one of us that couldnt walk where we are going and then get there earlier than we have any business Yours WliL ROGERS Copyright JOM McXaiijthl Syndicate REPORT 2 SLAIN IN CUBAN REVOLT Receive News of Disorders in Three Towns Troops Rushed to Scene HAVANA April 29 mation ieceived here today said a revolt had broken out in Oriente province Disorders were reported in the towns of Songo San Luis and Boniato Two soldiers were reported to have been killed in Boniato Troops armed with machine guns wera rushed from Santiago to the threa towns and all streets and parks in Santiago itself principal city of the province wens ordered cleared The situation In Havana appeared tenso this morning Communication lines to the interior were subjected to censorship It was impossible to ascertain the spread of the reported uprising be cause of the strict supervision of dispatches CASE TO JURY nv Will Seek Means to Boost Canada and U S Trade Roosevelt Concludes Talks With Prime Minister Bennett WASHINGTON April 29 President Roosevelt and Prime Min ister Bennett of Canada adnnounced today an understanding on the pur poses of economic improvement TUB president and prime minister also atated they have agreed to begin a search for means to in crease the exchange of commoditie between our two countries They deelaredit imperative tha as soon as practicable cm interna tlonal monetary standard be re stored Improvement of silver price is under consideration Give Joint Statement The joint statement follows Our conversations have been eminently satisfactory in establish ing a common ground of approacl to the principal problems ot the world monetary and economic con ference We are agreed that our primary need is o Insure an increase in the enerol level of commodity prices To this end simultaneous action nust be taken both in the economic and in tho monetary fields Must Adjust Policies Economic and monetary policies nust be adjusted to permit a freer nternational exchange of comniodi ies It is recognized that as soon as iraclicable an international money itandard must be restored vvitli ar angcments that will insure a more latlsfactory operation of interna ional monetary relationships Wo have examined a series of jroposals for the niore effective mployment of silver Problems Interlocked No one of the problems can be lOESibly dealt with in isolation from he others nor can any single coun ry accomplish a satisfactory solu ion We therefore recognize the importance to mankind of the vorld economic conference and the lecessity of reaching in the week emaining before it is convened as great a measure of mutual under tanding as possible We have also discussed the prob ems peculiar to tho United States ind Canada We have agreed to begin a search for means to In rcase the exchange of commodities letween our two countries and hereby promote not only economic letterment on tho North American ontinect but also the genera im provement of world conditions Nation Set to Honor Roosevelt Saturday on Presidents Day NEW YORK April 29 weeks in the white house were rounded out at noon today by Pres ident Franklin D Roosevelt Tomorrow people throughout the nation will honor him in an observ ance oC presidents day with expres sions of gratitude for what he has accomplished and prayers that he may have the health and strength to accomplish his program Governors and mayors in a num ber of states and cities have dedi cated the day as an occasion of prayer and Thanksgiving WHEAT MARKET GAINS 6 CENTS New York Stocks Up to More Than During Active Trade CHICAGO April 29 fly ing finish carried the wheat mar ket to 6 cents a bushel over yes terdays close today The Septem ber delivery snatched the spotlight from the July option in the final minute of trading and closed with a net gain of G cents for the day al though at one stage it had been VI cent higher than the finish On the New York stock exchange gains ranged from SL to more than 55 a share In the most active trad ing the market had seen on a Sat urday for many months Dollar Drops in 1orln PARIS April United States dollar lost CO centimes on the bourse today closing at 2245 francs FIRST DEGREE IS WITHDRAWN AS ONE OF COUNTS 10 Years to Life Term Maximum Penalty If Convicted The case of the State of Iowa vj aul Hinch charged with tlie mur der of his wife Marlon Hinch wa nbmitted to tho jury at oclock Saturday afternoon Judge Edwards announced in his instructions to Uio jurors given ai ourt reconvened at oclock jr he afternoon that the first degret uirdcr charge had been withdrawn The judge atated second rtegrei murder was the largest offense ol hich the defendant could he fount The penalty for second de TOO murder is from 10 yearn tr fc The judge included six other of assault wltt ntent to commit murder assault vlth intent to commit manslaugb er assault with intent to inflict reat bodily injury assault and bat ery and simple assault Presumed Innocent The judge called attention to Lhi ule of presumption of innocence dding that conviction cannot bi md on mere suspicion oE guilt Tin lefendant must also be given tin oE love for his wife he instructions stated The court stated further that the establish ment of a motive was not proof oi crime i If you find she jumped from the car you cannot find the defendant guilty of murder in the gree or manslaughter the stated find she jumped her own Jree will without aseault ofe threat you cannot find the Befeni dant gjiilty of any charge Must Show Crime Conviction of murder in the sec ond degree or manslaughter cannot be had unless you find the state es tablished the corpus delicti that if that a crime was committed The judge also stated that cases where conviction is sought on circumstantial evidence all facts nust be consistent with guilt and in onsistent with innocence Dunn Makes Argument In his final argument to the jury Z G Dunn for the state announced that the first degree murder charge gainst Hindi would be Withdrawn a there was not sufficient evidence o show there was premeditation Mr Dunn who followed F A ntjcs attorney for the defense it is plea to the jury Saturday morn ng maintained that no matter how ie tragedy of the deatli of Mrs linch occurred the defendant wa esponsible and should be punished ie scored the defendants or attempting to belittle the im ortance of circumstantial evidence Injury Circular The undisputed testimony ol veryone who saw the Injury was that it was a circular injury said Mr Dunn They naid if there was a blow inflicted to the head it wouJd have caused a circular soft spot They are entering into the realm of speculation when they content that a 175 pound gril hurling herselt iTurn In Inga 4 Column 1 Admits Arson Gets 12 Years in Prison 3 Dak April 29 OD William Terry of Waterloo was sen tenced to 12 years in tlje South Da kota penitentiary when he pleaded guilty to setting fire to a house owned by his mother to collect insurance Wea IOWA WEATHER Itnin with thunderstorms Sat urday nml Sunday cool er Sunday and in west portion Saturday jiljrht prob ably Bomo fltrong LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures foi 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning1 Maximum Friday 68 Minimum in Night 4S At 8 A M 51 WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO April 29 Pt Weather outlook for the week gining Monday May 1 For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and the northern and central great plains Rather frequent precipitation indi cated especially first part of week temperatures jenernly near normal   

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