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Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1932, Muscatine, Iowa MUSGATINB JOURNAL AND NEWSTRIBUNE FRIDAY JULY S Old Time Fiddler Contest Started First Kound Winners Chosen for Appearance in Finals Saturday Night Tunes popluar in former days sounded from the stage at the Fox Palace theater Thursday night when the first round elimination contests in the Old Time Fiddler contest arranged by The Journal the FoxPalace were held Joe Butcher James Lewis Fred Ramsdale all of Muscatine and Virgil Davis of Letts were the con testants the first two being de clared winners They will com pete in the final contest Saturday night against two more winners to be chosen tonight Albert Knight Wapello Edward Swain Grinnell Alva Grooms Mscatine and Mrs Nellie K Johnson of Oniig street Musca tine will be the contestants to night The two winners selected on the basis of applause by the audience will compete Saturday night Cash prizes of S10 and are being offered in the contest Circus Girl and Little Brown Jug were among the old time favorites which held an appeal in the contest Thursday night France Germany Reach Agreement Continued From Page 1 withheld for at least three years The sinking fund is fixed at 1 per cent The bonds will mature in 37 If the bond Issue is not floated within 15 years the whole issue Is cancelled War GuUt Not Mentioned The war guilt controversy which is so irritating to Germany is not mentioned nor is the Ver sailles treaty named but the agreement implies that the post war reparations chapter is rele gated to history World Economic Conference Looms A resolution asking the United States to attend a world econom ic conference where the Lausanne convention would be woven into a universal accord was expect ed to be adopted Saturday The United States government recently announced its willingness to attend a world economic con ference but vetoed several plans which would have linked that con ference with the Lausanne meet ing Mr MacDonald and M were tho two most pleased among the statesmen here over the agree ment As the statesmen emerged from their meeting Chancellor Von Papen who was walking beside M Herriot departed without com ment Lifts a Heavy Burden The dramatic agreement ob viously lifted a heavy burden from the shoulders of the delegates few of whom did not believe the ac cord was a real step towards world recovery A session to initial the agree ment was fixed for tonight with a final meeting Saturday when Mr Mac Donald will deliver the closing speech and the French premier and the German chancel lor will give their version of the accord The difficulty negotiations since June 16 were concluded in the early morning hours after which thenegotiators settled the amount rof bond American Docs Legal Work Leon FraserAmerican director of the Bank of International Set tlements drew up the legal ma chinery for issuance of the bond in which the bank will pay a predominant role During the last arguments Chancellor Von Papen contended that inasmuch as Germany had drooped political conditions to an agreement France would accept a lower bond The French argued that they already had reduced their original demand from 8000000 marks to 4000000000 but to meet Ger manys gesture they were willing to accept 3000000000 The chancellor wanted it scaled down to 1900000000 amount which was suspended by the Hoover moratorium but the French replied that this would leavo them nothing for bargain ing with America wont get anything out of this said Premier Herriot the lighter the bond the more America will get Closes Another Chapter The agreement reached at Lau sanne to put an end to repara tions by accepting threequarters of abiilion dollars from Germany as final payment closes another chapter in the history of the World war The reparations debt originally capitalized at 564000000000 was admittedly worth not more than Sl000uOO000 when the Lausanne Donference began Long before that however the first reparations committee pared the total down from 000 to but in 1922 Germany asked for a moratorium and out of that request came the Dawes committee Amount Scaled Down la 1924 that committee scaled down the payments to 000 a yearl but that was only a temporary solution and four years later the Young commission was formed to determine how much and how long Germany should ave to pay The Young plan called a final settlement subtracted another 56000000000 from the total and accepted a system of spreading 526500000000 over 60 years all accounts to be settled by 19SS But the Young commission like everybody else could not foresee the economic crisis which Police Push Probe Tj GronP x DU eNational of Reynolds Case j Continued From Page 1 the investigation of the myster1 ious shooting of the young to bacco heir at his palatial home hare Wednesday came a short time after simple funeral services for Reynolds were held this morn ing Mrs Reynolds who collapsed upon tearing of her husbands death came out of seclusion for the first time since the shooting to attend the services at Services The former show girl sat beside her father and mother Mr and j Mrs Alfred Holman and wept si lently throughout the services at thehome As the party left for the ceme tery Mrs Reynolds leaned heavily upon the arm of her father as she walked to an automobile Aft er being assisted in she appeared j to collapse on Holmans shoulder Apparently she was badly shak en during the brief committal service atrthe grave sitting with her head on her fathers shoulder and with her mothers arm around her Then she was almost carried back to the automobile and driven to the Reynolds estate Widow Faces Quiz Meanwhile authorities bided their time for an opportunity to question the former broadway musical revue star First reports from members of the household said she was in their bedrom when the death bullet was fired on an adjoining sleeping porch Later it was said the two were lying across the sleeping porch bed when the shot was fired She was expected as soon as she is able to throw light on the actual shoot ing as well as on some possible motivefor a suicide Reynolds died in a hospital ear ly Wednesday morning four hours after the bullet pierced his brain Family Remains in Seclusion Coroner Dalton said he had found blood on the bed and part of the bullet on the floorthere but that he saw no reason to change his original opinion that It was suicide W H Reynolds Smiths guar dian came here with Mr and Mrs Alfred Holman of Cincinnati par ents of the young widow and with her brother and sister He said he had no reason to doubt that it was suicide He said he did not know if the widow had any claim on the inheritance of her young husban Members of the Reynolds and Holman families secluded them selves behind the gates of Rey nolda and newspaper men were barred by numerous guards Air Bubbles Arise From Sunken Sub Continued From Page 1 Whirligig News Behind Continued From Page 1 Tright side of the picture takes the form of saying Well the first six months are the hard est There has been substantial increase in short selling inter ests on the stock market in the past Manyexperienced observersbelieve that stock prices have not reached their lowest levels KKETJGER It has come to light that a prominent to Sing Program of Hymns Sunday The LangHahn male quartet win broadcast another of their i programs of familiar hymns over I radio station WSUI at Iowa City Sunday night from to The quartet personnel is New ton and Joe Lang and Charles and Louis Hahn with Mrs Joe Lang as accompanist Mattern and Griffin Forced to End Flight Continued From Page partment I saw one of the men try to close it but it jammed Then the ship went out from un der our feet and we were swept into the water It looked to me as though the sea would go through that door with nothing to stop it All Facts Promised Paris Minister of Ma rine Leygues promised the French people today that nothing how ever sad will be hidden from the public concerningthe loss of the submarine Promathee Thursday The ministers statement was made after reports to the Havas News agency reached here saying that the submarine was lying in about 245 feet of water The truth will be told M Leygues said for the public has a right to know One of our biggest and heav iest submarines has gone to the bottom Unhappily there exists in France no apparatus sufficient ly powerful to bring these recently launched submarines to the sur face Praises Navys Record To the glory of the French navy it should be said that France has had fewer submarine accidents than anv other country possessing this type of craft The question is Were the watertight compartments of the Promethee closed in time Per haps tho mechanism filled to work In this event France must deplore the death of more than 60 men The French navy refusing to give up hope that the 66 men who Bennett Griffin had been forced down in Russia on an attempted tnat a promiueiii roundtheworld flight was a visitor to New York about I Its a relief to know hes safe seven months before the Kreug she exclaimed when she wastold er collapse He attempted sell the idea to Lee Higginson and others that something was wrong in the Kreuger picture They laughed him off Most Dutch holders of Kreuger se curities escaped with their skins more or less intact GERMAN BONDS The plan for refunding of the Saxon public works issue which matures this month is warmly approved in financial quarters Bond hold ers get 5 per cent in cash and also get new bonds for the full face value of their present hold ings witha rate of interest 1 per cent higher In view of German exchange restrictions holders of these bonds get a remarkable break The plan will probably set a precedent for other German private obligations held by the American public Comments are heardhere to the effect that holders of Frisco and MissouriPacific obligations would be lucky if they get off half as well INVESTMENT TRUSTS The Atlas utility program of swal lowing other investment trusts is being vigorously pursued Control of Goldman Sachs Is tie current objective Especial ly strenuous efforts are being made to round up Goldman West Liberty News By MARGABET C JACK Many Guests at FourH Picnic KaHy Bay Observed With Pro j gram Pageant Present ed as Closing Feature Clergyman Convicted at Church Trial GOSHEN GIRLS McET i West ilaxsonj entertained 13 members of the 1 Goshen Wapsis Plus FourH dub afher home Wednesday afternoon There were also five guests ini cluding three mothers and 150 FourH leaderMrs Scott JTcMahon andmenlbers who participated In the the assistant leader MrsHarry Washington bicentennial pageant Nauman during the afternoon The club girls and their famines A crowd of several hundred at Rotary lodge today day program of the Musca tine county Farm Bureau In The rollcall was answered to by Brief Sketches of Life and Writings of Iowa Writers Health held an all day picnic at the lodge Joining with the 45 girls who as talk by Ruth Ann McMahon Talk delegates of their respective organ by Sylvia Dunker on her trip to izations have been holding camp the Ames convention Demon the fliers had suffered no more than bruises when they were forced to land their plane She was disappointed however that the pair bad failed to lower the globecircling record of Wiley Post and Harold Gatty Anyway they established one record she said on consoling her self and that is something She referred to the record cross ing from Harbor Grace to Berlin Mrs Griffin Never Worried I Oklahoma City AP proud of made a nice flight anyway Mrs Bennett Grif fin told the Associated Press this morning when informed her nusi hand and Jimmy Mattern hadj wrecked their plain near Borisovj on their proposed roundtheworld flight I never was worried a bit she added I was just surprised when I heard the news she declared Be case just that minute I was sure they had left Omsk on their way east None of us were alarmed at any time Backer Sticks With Fliers New York AP Page of Oklahoma City represen tative and one of the backers of the GriffinMattern flight said to day he expected to receive word from Griffin and Mattern upon their arrival at Moscow Im glad theyre safe be said Its the best news Ive had in 24 hours Page Is also an aviator and has stration Simple Passe Partoit by Susan Bell and the club also took part in making some of the pictures demonstrated Following the serving of re freshments by the hostess the re mainder of the afternoon was spent socially Enjoy Picnic Dinner The following women took tHeir picnic baskets and drove to the tome of Mrs E C Nichols in Muscatine where they enpoyed a picnic dinner Thursday Mrs W B Jayne Mrs B RPurvis Mrs Adelade Stober Miss Esther Em Nora there since Tuesday afternoon To days activities brought the camp to a close During the days program hon ors were conferred on outstanding club girls as well as others who have actively assisted in FourH club work outsiders to get details of inter company transfers but there is a widespread impression that stockholders in the companies absorbed position are not in a happy There are strong rumors that a federal examination of in vestment trust practices may be on the way An officer of one large trust says I am awfully glad we decided to get pure several years ago UTILITIES The current in vestigation of Associated Gas and Electric affairs hasnt at tracted much attention but 13 being closely watched in New York If followed to a conclu sion a lot of surprising facts may come to light Certain other utility companies are nervous about it Consolidated Gas and its sub sidiary Brooklyn Edison have recently announced a new policy of issuing quarterly statements Consolidated Gas is one of the outstanding lead ers in the movement to try to get utility interests on a better footing with the public Its In fluence in utility circles is on the upgrade A large superholding com pany is going to have trouble with some of its debenture hold ers The debenture carried the small that they were convertible into preferred stock at the com panys option Salesmen of the debenture issue overlooked this interesting detail when they were talking to prospects Some of the debenture owners have just found it out and are quite hot under the collar about it A Chicago lawyer is helping them to organize Copyright McClure Newspaper Syndicate stay with them until they return home he said Besides having Pages backing the fliers borrowed money for their proposed world flight from two oil men in Oklahoma Wiley Post Disappointed Oklahoma Post whose roundthe world record Bennett GriSin and Jimmie Mattern were tryingto beat was almost as disappointed as anyone because the fliers wrecked their plane in a Russian peat bog They were making wonderful time and it is too bad they had to crash he said Prehistoric Tribes Indicated by Clues Continued From Page 1 in substantial towns and raised crops horse They never had seen a The towns were built on Beer Petition Going to Speaker Garner Page 1 Hmits of the existing constitu gedness recently was successful tional provisions thereby reduc recovering golden treasure from ea n additional hundreds of millions of dollars revenue to the United high bluffs along the river and surrounded by earthworks Mystery in Disappearance After the Spaniards left some thing happened to this civiliza tion and it disappeared Whec the Lewis and Clark expedition visited the region lessthan 300 years later the towns were gone The country was inhabited by fewer nomadic Indians who traveled on horseback and de pended largely on Buffalo hunting for a living What became of the strikingly different people seen by Coro nados companions said the Smithsonian announcement This is the chief question which Dr Strong will try to answer by ex cavation of sites of ancient vil lages Among the projects pro posed is aa airplane survey to de termine the exact location of these sites before the plow or some other modern agency de stroys them Will Ask Garner to Change Bill Continued From Page 1 isch of Decorah aas named to suc ceed Harry D Ransom of Des Moines The members serve without pay Gov Turner Makes New Appointments Des Moines AP Gover nor Turner today announced the appointment of three members to Dions Mrs George Hise Nora the state board of architectural Hise Miss Myra Potter Mrs I examiners for terms of five years FrankCarson and daughter Mrs Jensen of Council John Dorsey of Ann Arbor Mich Blufls was reappomted George Airs Frank Weber and Mrs Ivan Kraetsch of Des Moines was nam v i ed to succeed Oren R Thomas of Bridge and a social time Momes enjoyed during the afternoon Other News Mrs Adelade Stober was re elected librarian of the public li brary at a meeting of the library board Wednesday evening Mrs Stober has served as librarian for the last 12 years Mrs Euguenia Propst Is con fined to her home because of Ill ness Mrs Will James is assist ing in caring for her iluiii Mr and Mrs W A Warren and I avoiding police even if he wanted Mrs B R Purvis drove to Musj to Thursday night eating Friday where they spent i officers found him dangling by the day with Mr and Mrs Lysle seat of trousers from the Duple and son picket when they were called to Mr and Mrs Wendt of Wma fhe F c sorenson drug store mac Ind and son John of Crown wnere a window had been broken Point en route home from Omaha Christopher was fined in police were calling on Mr and Mrs S W court for Intoxicatioo Koster and son Samuel Thursday afternoon Mrs Emily Tobias of Muscatine Found Him Hanging By Seat of Pants Cedar un compromising fence picket pre vented Henry Christopher from Pluno Hit Building Airplanes are using building as States treasury now so marks at Le Bourgn Aerdrome near Paris Recently two military plans collidel both falling on to vote for a beer bill before we buildings A week later another adJouJn CfJtary machine caught in a terrific gust of wind crashed on badly Washington AP Senator terrutc gust 01 wina crasuea mi a hange barely missed the street Borah republican of Idaho today offered the Glass currency expao car terminus then on to the line somercaulted brought the next major step in the form of President Hoovers mor atorium postponing all inter governmental debt payments for one year An Interminable Dispute That years respite ended on June 30 this year but before then it became obvious that even that would not be enough The result was the conference at Lausanne Meantime there was an inter minable dispute between France and Germany as to how much ac tually had been paid in repara tions France said she and the other allies had received only 000000000 The German book keepers showed payments of 516 000000000 To complicate mat ters further the United States as serted that only 51600000000 had been paid on more than 000000 in debts due her from the World war allies sion biU a substitute for the amendment pending before senate to legalize beer the The amendment offered by the As the result of Hungarys price commissions activities prices of is spending the week with her farm supplies have dropped eight son Paul Tobias and Mrs Tobias J to 24 per cent Thsir neice Miss Anita Dollznan is here for the week while Miss Grace Spicher returned home Wednesday after spending several days at the Tobias home Murders Drownings Keep Police Busy Omaha Investigation of two slayings and two drown ings involving Omahans kept po lice and county authorities at double time today First degree murder charges were to be filed today against Jaacui Fidone 61 unemployed laborer who Thursday night shot and killed his estranged wife Louise 48 when she refused to allow him to return to their home from which he had been barred by a restraining order They had been married 30 years and had 10 children The second murder was that of Mrs Clara Glenn negro found dying in her bed early today above the dance floor at a roadhouse one mile south of Omaha A swimming party in a sand pit near Valley Neb Thursday night claimed the life of Mrs C E Eash 24 waitress who came from Denver The body was recovered early today after an allnight search with grappling hooks Thefourth case under police scrutiny concerned the finding of the body of a man about40 yearsold floating in an oil coated pond adjoining the city dump today Police said a bruise on the head indicated he may have met a violent deathThe body appeared to have been in the water at least a week London The H F Davidson greyhaired rector of Stifckey was found guilty today on several of the charges of im proper conduce with young women which he faced at the recent satioaal church trial here on an accusation of immorality F K North chancellor of the diocese of Norwich handed down ttoa decision The clergyman with his daugh ter Paddy and his son Nugent were present when the verdict was rendered Sentence to Come Later The sentence will be pronounced later by the bishop of Norwich It was indicated the rector may atpeal The rector had denied all the charges declaring he cams to London from his country parish to do uplift work among unfortunate girls This statement of the rectors the chancellor said in his decision was a tissue of absurdities and the rector a discredited witness upon whom no reliance could be placed Charged With Immorality Th charges of which the rec tor was found guilty Included im moral conduct with Rose Ellis a good looking girl he picked up one night in notorious Leicester square and made his secretary Another charge was having molested three girls Thi rector left the courtroom on the run after the verdict was read pausing only long enough to say not the least surprised I expected this from the first1 Scott County Board Names Treasurer Davenport AP Max Ing wersen a deputy to the office of County Auditor Albert Kurth to day was appointed by the board of supervisors as Scott counly treasurer to succeed J Frank Reddy who resigned more than a week ago Arrangements were being made today for the qualification of Ing wersen under a bond of the amount fixed by thestate He will serve until the November Seek Protection on Defaulted Bonds New York AP Forma tion of general protective com jmtttee for holders of more than in real estate indefault tbrouyhout the United States was announced today Samuel Seabury counsel of Hofstadter committee will be iu chief counsel The committee Is made up of Dr R A Sellgman professor emeritus of political economy at Columbia university Herbert Bayard Swope former executive editor of the New York World A MAustin executive vice presl deat of the Harriman National Bank and Trust company Mat thew G Ely president of the real estate firm of Horace S Ely and company acd Louis M Coaistock vice president of tie Merchants association of New York and chairman of the board of L K Comstock and companl contract ingelectrical engineers Zoo Keeper Clawed to Death by Bear Cleveland O AP Thomas Early keeper t Brook side zoo here was clmweo to death by a black bear as he en tered the cage to feed It Early entered the bears cage with raw meat for the animals morning meal The bear looked at it and then suddenly turned on the keeper Other animal keepers hearing Earlys screams started killing the bear Early died a short time later The bear after dragging Early to his den had clawed and chew ed mm election when It ii believed will be aTcandidate for the office on the republican ticket Wall Paper Prices Are Lower t Schmidt Paint Store SIS EMt Second St Phone 10X6 vote with democrats marking up a 202 to 157 vote forthe measure Then it went to the senate Many democrats are dissatisfied with the Garner idea of letting the reconstrction corporation lend to any who have security Republican leaders had decided to let the measure go to the White House without any particular campaigning against senate pass age So certain were some of Mr Hoovers veto soon that they work ed on a substitute Like the Gar nerWagner biU they expected this Rejects Offer of FarmerLaborites Davenport AP Walter A Newport of Davenport chair man of the Scott countyrepubli can central committee and de feated for the republican nomina tion for attorney general of Iowa at the recent primary will not be a candidate for that office on the farmerlabor ticket or any other ticket at the election in Novem ber he announced today Mr Newport had been asked by Roy Harrop of Council Bluffs chairman of the farmerlabor party in Iowa to enter the No vember electioa as that partys candidate He also has had a number of requests to run as an independent candidate he said x ItIll ULLCICU UJ Vm uucjr leu Idahoan If adopted would replace substitute would include the one by Senator Bingham rej 000 for emergency loans to states publican of Connecticut to legal ize beer The Glass bill would give circu lating privilege to about one bil lion dollars of Halted States bonds Wont Wed Gets Jan Denver Colo Afterhis plea to have Delia Koenig freed so he could marry her George Boirrier turned weakling according to Delia and now shes back in jail again She was originally arrestf ed on a vagrancy charge On her promise to marry Bouvier she was released She was recently arrested on a similar charge and when it was learned she hadnt bej come the good wife of Bouvier she was jailed to serve out a S60 fine and 5132000000 for highway con struction Read tie Classified Ads Water Heaters Now that your furnace fire is out you need a water heater No home is complete without one C W RAMSEYER Plumbing Heating 200 W 3nd St Phone S73 Correction Toilet Paper Hospital Tissue Regular lOc roll 100 sheets Special 6 for 35c This item snould have stated 1000 sheets Stud Smokine Tobacco two sacks for 15c This Item should have stated 2 sacks for 5c BEN GENEBAL STOKE USE THE STOPPER NOT the Ink Curtailing classified advertising appropriations or can celling newspaper advertising schedules wont put the cork back in the red ink bottle nor will discarding the stopper eliminate the need for the use of red ink in the accounting department 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