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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 9, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                i ti i North Iowas Edited for the Home VOL XXXIX VIVJi CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 9 1933 HOME EDITION THIS PAPER CONSISTS OK TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 185 Inflation to Be Starter No Real Permanent Cure According to Cutting By CHARLES P STEWART WASHINGTON May 9 CCPA Inflation says Senator Bron son Cuttingof New Mexico is not a permanent solution of our eco nomic problem Indeed we may not have much of it Recent deflations have been consider able To the ex tent that new money merely offsets them there will have been no infla tion The infla tionary margin will be small perhaps Such as it is it should serve to start currency in mo tion giving us a start on the road toward recov ery The very threat of infla tion says Sen ator Hamilton Kean of New Jersey is no Bronson Cutting to tiMuclers h to beware of ad HOUSE BLOCKS PRODUCTION COST Great Britain and U S Reach Agreement Senator MDONALD SAYS TARIFF TRUCE IN PROSPECT SOON Davis Wins Victory in His Discussions at London BULLETIN LONDON May 9 draft texi or the tariff truce agreement between Britain and the United States was dis patehed by cubic to Washing ton today for the approval of Ilie American government Mrs Tannar ReElected County Superintendent yancing capital lest they be repaid LONDON May B bar in cheaper com than they have barricrs standing in the way of Brit gamed for 6 It is far from a fact that men of wealth are driven to spend to fore stall their resources evaporation under inflationary influences In stead they are driven to realize on their investments as rapidly as pos sible and ship the proceeds out of the country Creditors Suffer Nothing is surer to operate to the workers disadvantage Excesive inflation says Senator Cutting unquestionably is a dan ger to be guarded against Still the sufferers from it are the creditor class not the workers IWas in Germany at the height 6f the post war inflationary period Of njarjts to 1ilFiTvas inconvenient but labor was not so badly off Unemployment then did not ex Turn to fuse Z Column 7 FACE SHOWDOWN ON WAR DEBTS President May Ask Congress to Give Him Power to Meet Problem WASHINGTON May 9 Roosevelt administration faces its first real showdown on the war debts issue since it came into power Aware of how Europe has en meshed debts with economic recov ery and disarmament the president is considering asking congress for full authority to deal with the prob lem as he sees fit so as to achieve his aim of international prosperity But how far he will go remains to be seen The administration and congress regard debts as obligations as def inite as the proposed consultative agreements by the United States to satisfy European demands for se curity Yet since the debts question the inter thc presi dent in the face of expressed con gressional objections seems bent on meeting the challenge in some way and answer bargain with bargain if necessary The French cabinet voted yester day against paying its defaulted December payment without assur ance that the forthcoming June in stallment would be postponed From London came indications the Bri tish might insist upon postponement as the price of joining in the tariff truce suggested by Mr Roosevelt has been injected into national conversations ains acceptance of the United States tariff truce proopsal were swept away today at a conference between Norman H Davis Presi dent Roosevelts special ambassa dor and Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald and other British offi cials They met in the house of com mons and immediately after the conclusion of their discussions Mr MacDonald went to the floor and informed the members of I parlia ment The actual agreement the prime minister told the house was sub ject to the settlement the actual words and protection of the essen tial position of both governments Conclude Trade Agreements Tins Tcondilioiiwaawidelyiiiterr preted as meaning that Britain would reserve the right to conclude trade agreements already being ne gotiated Similar agreements jusc concluded have involved tariff con cessions by the British There have been further ex changes of views with the United States government the prime min ister said and I am now in posi tion to say that subject to settle ment of the actual words and while protecting the essential positions of both governments there is every prospect reaching an agreement between them as to the advisability of an immediate tariff truce Not Prevent Work Mr MacDonald said the truce would not prevent continuation of work which Britain now had begun or was developing in accordance with announcements already made n the house This reference to work before the commons evidently was an allusion LO British trade negotiations recent ly made or announced as pending The prime minister also touched on the war debt issue saying that our aim must be a permanent set tlement He declared that June 15 the due date on the next installment would be an awkward hurdle Nothing to Be Sitid But a quiet survey of the possi bJities is required in the mean time he continued and nothing ought to be said here which would so increase the difficulties as to make the hurdle impossible to clear Winner on First Ballot at Cerro Gvrdo Convention Airs Pearl M Tannai elected superintendent was re of Cerro MRS PEAKL TANNAR Gordo county schools on the first ballot at the convention of the school delegates at the courthouse assembly room Tuesday afternoon Mrs Tannars election followed the appearance of seven of the 15 candidates who had announced themselves These seven gave short addresses before the convention The vote was as follows Mrs Tannar 14 Hazel Thomas of Bel mond 4 Helen Fullerton of Mason City 2 and Charles M Ncvcln S The delegates also elected three members of the board of education for Cerro of Gordo Mason county George City nnd H L MAURICE MEYER IS FOUND GUILTY Given 90 Years in Prison for Gendler Slaying at Rock Island AUNT MET By Robert Quillen It looks like ever church lias got two kinds o them thats got religion an the family that runs the church ROCK ISLAND May 9 UTi Leonard E Tellccn in Rock Island county circuit court today found Maurice Meyer guilty of the murder of Rose Gendier whose body was found on the ice in Rock river last December jwho hear dence without a jury has had the case under advisement since May 3 Meyer was sentenced to 90 years in Joliet prison Injured in Fall The defense based its case on the claim of Meyer that the girl had been fatally injured in a fall at his cleaning plant in Moline where he had taken her to see a picture of his niece Failing in his efforts to revive the girl afterthe fall Meyer testified that he became panic stricken and fearing that he would be charged with her death he bound and gagged her and trussed her body into a gunnysack and dropped it off the bridge over Rock river near Moline he left ransom note demanding at the girls home to divert suspicion from himself Physicians who performed a post mortem on the body of the girl testified that Miss Gendler was alive when she was thrown from the bridge Meyer Disappears Meyer who had bsen examined with a lie detector disappeared Jan 12 the date set for his reap pearance for further questioning with the device After a flight to the west coast Meyer surrendered to States Attor ney Francis C King on Feb 14 and was placed under arrest In declaring the defendant guilty Judge Telleen based his findings on the ninth count of a 15 count in dictment others having been stricken The ninth count alleges that Meyer inflicted wounds on the head and body from which Miss Gendler languished and died afterwards Tenney of Plymouth were reelect d George Morchcad of Rockwell was elected to succeed Levy Neese of Ventura Mrs Tannar who is serving her second term and the elected mem bers of the school board will begin their new terms Sept 1 The school convention was opened by Arthur Harris county auditor with whom 15 candidates had filed their names Martin Hendrickson of Falls township was elected chair man and functioned as such through out the The seven who appeared before LL MAN STABS EXWIFE AND KILLS SELF Dies of Knife Wounds Mrs Cullen Will Recover MITCHELLMay Vincent Cullen died at 3 oclock this morn ing at Nissen hospital in Osage from a wound which he inflicted after ho had stabbed his former wife at Mitchell Mrs Cullen is in a serious condition at her home in Mitchell but it is expected by phy sicians that she will recover The two were divorced recently and had had domestic troubles for some time officers learned Cullen cut his wife several times with a butcher knife and then slashed his throat with a razor Mrs Cullen ran screaming and bleeding to the home of a neighbor Mrs Ed Gins sell acrosse the street Mrs Glassell summoned help Mrs Cullen was stabbed in the shoulder in the back on the thigh CLEARED IN SHOOTING and suffered arm None four gashes on her of the slashes were thought to be of vital nature phy sicians stated although the butcher II knife point was bent and it was he the convention included G E Brose I lieved one the wounds extended Clear Lake Dean J Perdue Rock well and Charles D McGoon Hampton Peter Christians of Union and Ray Dunlap of Portland acted as There was complete union of opinion when he was at Washing ton Mr MacDonald said that the world economic conference starting June 12 could not be wholly suc cessful xmless the debt difficulty had been removed before the con ference ended It never had been contemplated he told the house that the war debts should come before the con ference itself Debt negotiations would have to proceed concurrently and on parallel lines by another body of men he explained Play Further Part In connection with disarmament the prime minister announced that the United States government was prepared to play further part in tranqtiilizing Europe by agreeing if the disarmament conference rise in the quotation comes to anything like a satisfac tory issue to take part in consulta tive pacts the effect of which would be to increase the security of European and the safety of threat ened nations against war That is a very considerable advance Norman H Davis American am bassadoratlarge was in the gal lery and heard the prime ministers announcements concerning the tar iff truce for which Mr Davis has worked so persistently Clearly Understand Mr MacDonald told his hearers the United States and Britain now clearly understand each other and are fully determined to do every thing they can to make the eco nomic conference a success and Greater Strength in U S Dollar Shown on Paris Exchange PARIS May 9 Amer ican dollar strengthened by heavy accumulated commercial demand closed today at francs an im provement of 49 centimes over yes terdays close Another factor in the improvement of the dollar was heavy covering by shorts Finnncia quarters suggested that there was some buying in expectation of a Lets Himself Be Kidnaped Police Catch Abductors Illinois Man CoOperates to Bring Ransom Plotters to Justice FREEPORT I May 9 A antastic story of how a 54 year old vcalthy local manufacturing com pany executive allowed himself to e Iddnaped for ransom was unfolded today as the victim was safe at home again and his two al eged abductors were in jail The man William Trevillian vice president of the W T Rawleigh zompany was foundby authorities ate last night bound and gagged in a cabin near Durand HI a few lours after being seized by two men as he left his office for the day Two men in the cabin with him were arrested as the kidnapers Found Hansom Note They were William Stubbe 27 Rock Grove 111 and reported to be formerly of Monroe Wis and La Verne Moore 21 Frecport upon whom officers said they found the ransom note threatening hot irons on his hide if the was not forthcoming The story of the kidnaping was one in which the law had been com pletely informed before hand of the kidnap plans and followed their de velopment Sheriff C J Weller of LaSalle III said The informants Sheriff Wellei said were two La Snlle men whose names he refused to divulge He said they came to Freeport looking for work and met Moore who urg ntirn In Pnjte 2 Column I o the bone Wits Truck Gardener Cullen who was a truck garden er went to the home of nis lormer go some seed potatoes A disagreement resulted and he then slashed his wife He had threatened her previ ously Mrs Cullen was alone in the iiouse when her former liusbant came Sheriff Charles Knthan of Osagc was called soon after the affair oc curred and investigated Cullen was rushed at once to the hospital hut lis recovery was then considered doubtful as his throat was badly cut Arrested Previously Charles Hungerford former sher ff stated Cullen had previously threatened his wife according to which had been made to lim and two or three years ago Mullen was arrested on a charge if assaulting his wife with a butch er knife Cullen the former sheriff also served 60 days in jail as the result of a drunken fight vith his son I heard Mrs Cullen screaming Mrs Glassell stated and saw her running across the road toward my muse She continued to scream and was bleeding leaving a trail behind her At the time I was all alone in hc house and went to the telephone Lo call for help Mrs Glassell said she also at that time learned that Cullen had slash ed bis own throat The two victim were pfivin first aid treatment and then Cullen was taken to the hos pital Had Four Children Cullen who was about 50 years of age lived on the edge of Mitchell and Mrs Cullen retained possession of their home They had lived in this vicinity more than 13 years The couple had three sons and one daughter all of Mitchell Wil liam and Joe are grown sons and another son Frank is about 13 years of age All the sons lived with their mother Mrs Anna Rig glestine the daughter lived part of the time with her mother and part with her father Lorctta Sclunltz 17 your old farm girl near Elgin ill said KliK wus forced to kill Oliver Dny a hired mini after Day Imcl shot and Icilleil her father John Schmilz She was cleared of nil hlimiR by it coroners jury Associated Press urge Gandhi AMENDMENT TO Methods to Help Farmer Three Companies Ordered tc Leave Denison Two Stijl on Duty DES MOINBS May 8 AjT adjutant generals office announce today the withdrawal of three con panics of the Iowa national gunr from Denison where troops hav been stationed for two weeks t prevent farm sale riots Adjutant General Charles Grab and Attorney General B L OCon nor visited the Denison guard en campment yesterday Theywent to Le Mars today The withdrawal leaves two com panies still on duty at Denison They arc Co L of Council Bluffs an infantry company nnd ATachine un company M of Red Oak Ordered to lleturn Those ordered to return to their liomes were headquarters company of Neola and two infantry units Co 3 of Shcnandoah and Co I of lenwood The order does not officially de clare the lifting of martial law clamped on in Crawford and Ply mouth counties two weeks ago fol lowing the farm sale riots and the abduction and maltreatment of Judge C C Bradley of Le Mars Gov Clyde Herring must Issue the proclamation terminating military control Withdrawn hy Saturday Col Glenn C Hayues command er of the guard units at Le Mars has indicated he believes that the bulk of the troops will be with drawn there by Saturday It is expected that two units will also be left at Le Mars after the general withdrawal order is given to assist civil officials in reestab lishment of their control Circular in Minnesota Favors Campaign of Disobedience MINNEAPOLIS May 9 ampaign of civil disobedience based the Mahatma Gandhis strategy India is being advocated among armers distribution of circulars re caled here today Passive resistance as a weapon or obtaining farm relief and im roving conditions in agriculture urged in the circulars which unsigned and did not bear any cldress Farmers in sympathy are urged consider themselves members of he Farmers Civil Disobedience eague A formal organization will ot be set up and dues will not be ollected the circular said The writer asked that the leaflet c passed along to other farmers ml residents of agricultural sec ons The circulars read in part Defeated Mighty England India brought mighty England o her knees by civil disobedience e can do the same here Dont pay cent on a debt Dont pay a cent o a banker Dont pay a cent to a torekeeper until we get our grain nd cream and cattle hogs and eggs U a price that is right On every side nnnds are reach ng out for property The heart of vhat looked like the best farm or janization the Farmers Holiday is Jeing eaten out by money spenders Dont pay a single cent to the CivU Disobedience League Thats the trouble with all organizations Somebody looking for easy money comes out to us farmers and asKa us for money5Flrst ItwastheNon Partisan League demanding Then the Farm Bureau 500 Then the Farmers Union Now th Farmers Holiday whatever it can get We dont need money to stick up for our rights ICcfuso to Pay If every farmer would refuse to pay taxes and interest no one could make us Just sit tight You dont have to run up and down the road attending meetings Just dont pay thats all When you dont pay the store bill and tell the merchant why lie will come to your side quicker than anything else nnd he will help you not fight you It worked in India Why wont it work here The circulars bore nothing to in dicate where they had been issued or printed or by whom Some were distributed near the city and court house but investigation failed to de termine who brought them there DOWN108T0283 Senate Action Likely Wednesday Will Be Final Step WASHINGTON May 9 house stood squarely by the ad ministration today rejecting the cost of production amendment to the vast farm reliefinflation bill approving the rest of the measure and putting it up to the senate where quick agreement was expect ed The senate action due tomorrow will be the last step necessary lo send the bill to President Roose velt for Signature unless present indications are reversed and the senators decide to hold out for the NorrisSimpson clause which seeks to guarantee cost of production and a reasonable profit to the farmer The house stand was voted after the members adopted a rule offered by the democratic leaders to pre vent republican opponents from making further technical delays Only yesterday they had blocked the vote by making a point of order against a change in the bill made by the conferees Todays ule forbade any more points of rder The house vote rejecting the cost of production amendment announced by Speaker Ralney was 108 to 283 Speake Rainey voted against tha amendment Turn lo Insr Z Column Heavy Eater Fails to Give Bond and Will Stay in Jail WOODBURY N J May 9 Holger Hansen who weighs 315 was remanded to jail for failure to fur nish bond to keep the peace He refused to allow his friends to help him furnish bond Warden Simmler appalled by Holgers ap petite urged him to reconsider Nothing doing said Holger Im staying right here Ill help you cook if I have to but Im not leav incr Young Burglar Tries Job With Wrong Man WASHINGTON May 9 j young nnd apparently uninformed I burglar aimed a revolver at Repre sentative Charles I Faddis of Penn sylvania in his hotel room Thud went the Faddis fist Down went the robber The Pennsylvanian has several medals for conspicuous bravery gained as a captain and major overseas Open PostofTim CALEDONIA Minn May 9 T hammered open the post office safe last night and escaped with 51000 in cash and stamps Beer Truck Gets in With Parade of Drys COUNCIL BLUFFS May 9 A beer truck loaded to the gun wales with cases of brew innocent ly joined a dry parade here last night in a traffic snarl Traffic offi cers informed the driver of his so cial error He made the calm com ment Dry parade I thought traf fice seemed pretty heavy Will Rogers NFW YORK May n Roosevelt made us n mighty fine speech Sunday night He spoke our language not ballyhoo the nation to prosperity nation in a tailspin cant make a hit every time we come to bat And in addition to all this he has the best radio voice in America Course he just read the minutes of the last meeting but he did it so nice that we didnt hardly notice that he forgot to mention what might be in his mind for the future Yours WILL ROGERS FULLER TO PRESIDE NO DEBTS OR TAXES LE MARS May 9 of martial law in both Plymouth and Crawford counties was being planned today ns militia officials moved to complete investigation of farm disturbances District Judge Homer A Fuller of Ml Ayr was named by Chief Justice James W Kindip of the Iowa supreme court to preside al Crawford county cases Judge Earl Peters of Clarinda had previouslj been assigned to the Plymouth county court As the military pursued its in quiry further questioning of sus spccts was held here and a military council at Dcnison interrogated prisoners there Sixtynine persons are still held heixi and 10 at Den ison Charges to Be Filed Charges are expected to be filed within the next few days as a basis of the civil court actions with the indication that criminal syndical ism will be alleged against leaders of the rioters and conspiracy against members of crowds jv ticipating Federal Judge Charles A Dcwcy denied a writ of habeas corpus to Frank North asserted to have been the leader of the Denison group MONTEVEIDO Minn May 9 determination not to pay interest debts or taxes un til the dollar is made to serve as an honest measure of value members of the Minnesota Farmers Holiday association today adopted a resolu tion demanding a national morator ium on foreclosures on farms city homes and personal property The organization which yester day with attendance estimated at voted to join in a farm strike starting Saturday demanded in an other resolution that federal j ernment take over the entire bank ing and credit system as a public utility to be operated for the ben efit and protection of all the people John Bosch of Atwater state president expressed conviction thai the national farm strike ordered by the national holiday group as well as the statewide strike woulc be called oft if congress includes the Norris Simpson cost of produc tion amendment in the farm bill National Third Party Another resolution adopted today favored establishment of a national third party It said the old parties will have forfeited their right to leadership if the government is not speedily restored to the service and protection of the people Whether tile administration has been demo cratic or republican we find that the government has been corrupted to the service of special privilege rather than to the people as a whole The constitution has been de bauched our traditional liberties have been nullified and the rights of men have been subordinated to the rule of financial racketeers The government has endowed a small group of money changers with a charter to exploit ant plun der the producers of the nations wealth The organization in other resolu j tionn adopted today demanded I Legislation which will insure cost i of production to the farmer on the i I Turn It 3 Column ll JWSHUGGUKfip RENOS OPINION Farm Holiday Leader Says Relief Bill Has Lost Its Force DES MOINES Mny 9 Reno president of the National Farm Holiday association declared today that elimination of the coat of the production feature from the farm bill places it in the same category with other legislation It is just nnother case of juggling with agriculture said the head of the organization which hnn sailed a national farm strike to be S Saturday Ilans Gi Forward Reno suid that plans for the strike are going forward and that every state president hns boen re quested to get in touch with his Bounty chairman in regard to the strike We are going to see that every Tanner whether he is a member of the Holiday association Or not if approached and asked to give the movement a tryout Reno said If 75 per cent of them take this nc Uon the battle will be won it has been pointed out to them that they are facing peasantry iinlesn thoy rtavc courage to protect their homes Without Approval We will try to accomplish tliis Without law violation and if any violence occurs it will be without the approval of the Holiday aasocia tion We do not intend to usi threats or violence to make the holiday effective Reno said the action of Minne sota farmers today in calling the strike wan H reindorsement of the action taken by their representa tives nt the Holiday Associations national convention bore last week Iowa City Woman Is Victim of Collision IOWA CITY Mny ft Ella Saxtion 6fi wnf killed when the car in which she was riding overturned after n collision Her brother G H Cotter the driver wns not seriously injured 37re IOWA WEATHER Generally fair cooler in ex treme Hniitheast frost prnlmblrt Tuesday night IVtfiJnesdny i nMsliitf cloudiness niul HOXIIP whiit followed by fthowers In west portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday VS Minimum hi Night M At S A M 11   

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