Butte Montana Standard in Butte, Montana
12 Dec 1932

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12 Dec 1932

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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Butte, Montana I Metal prices. I i Copper Silver. Lead new York. I Lead East St Louis. I Zinc East St. Louis. I in Rufati amp tank arb Home edition the Standard carries the most extensor Telegraph news service in Montana. Vol. . 65. Established 1876 Butte Montana. Monday morning december 12, 1932. Hone 5411 Price five cents. S. Declines debt payment conditions buthals again Given Hope for moderation of severe cold reservations made to begin fight against f�9, Bill in Congress today bring Quick reply Fri Iff for film baby burned to death when Drys blazing truck of gasoline b Al frigid spell crashes into its Nursery is vehicle skids from Highway bursts Walls of Home enveloping room child a crib in flames. Through and slowly dropping barometer and rising temperatures about state cheer mining City people. Entire met suffers san Francisco has heavy Snow and record Low temperature severe storms reported in East a slowly dropping barometer last night gave Promise that Butte will have Relief today from the severe cold spell that has held this Section in its grip for the past five Days. A Light Snow began to fall shortly before Midnight and temperatures in several Montana cities had gone above Zero. An official thermometer at the Butte Airport registered a change of nine degrees Between 6 and 9 o clock last night going from 23 below to 14 below. Butte suffered All Day yesterday from a severe and penetrating cold with a minimum temperature of 22 below at the Airport and 15 in the Uptown Section. These figures were beginning to give Way late in the evening to the Low barometric pressure. The cold was a result of the wintry storm which has gripped All parts of the nation. Readings gathered at 7 o clock by the Montana Power company showed Butte the coldest place in the state and Valier Northwest of continued on Page 2. Col. 6. Will appear at to face murder charge san Juan Capistrano. Cal., dec. tvs a 22-Day-old baby was burned to death near Here today when a gasoline truck and trailer rolled Down a Hill into a farmhouse crashed into the bedroom where the infant slept and set the dwelling afire. The baby was the son of or. And mrs. Emil Stoffel who with five other children were at breakfast when their Home was rocked by the Impact. Running into the bedroom. Stoffel found the truck and trailer blazing amid the wreckage of a Wall and the baby a crib enveloped in flames. Spread by running gasoline the fire quickly reduced the House its furnishings and Stoffel s automobile the truck and trailer to a Heap of blackened debris. J. W. Nickelson of Long Beach Driver of the truck for the Vic Trola Petroleum company of san leaped to safety just As the heavy vehicles struck the House. Nickelson told police he was driving from san Juan Capistrano to san and was coasting Down the Slippery pavement when an automobile attempted to pass skidded in front of the gasoline Carrier and left the Highway. Nickelson said he swerved to avoid hitting the automobile and the truck and trailer slipped from the Roadway tumbled Down the Steep Hill and burst into flames As they struck the Stoffel Home while the fire made a roaring inferno of the Stoffel Home the three occupants of the automobile crawled uninjured from the wreckage of their car. They identified themselves to police As Thomas Rosenfeld of los Angeles Morris Lerner and k. Nakasian both of san Francisco. told them lie lost control of his automobile on the Slippery Bill police said while attempting to pass the truck. Prolonged controversy Over Senate repeal Resolution declared certain farm Aid measure to appear tuesday member of Hinz searching part is also missing Edward Matthews not seen since he left to follow tracks saturday Germany a return to arms conference assured with acceptance of new policy demand for equality7 balanced against French insistence on Security with four largest european Powers pledging themselves not to resort to Force u. S. Co operation declared by Delegate. Berlin dec. a the return of Germany to the disarmament conference seemed assured today with the German governments acceptance of an arms formula balancing Germany a demand for Equality with the French insistence on arms Security. To the most important Tenet of the formula is the declaration that France England Germany and Italy pledge themselves not to resort to Force. Approval of this declaration has been Given by the United states delegation headed by Norman h. Davis but since America is not a member of the league of nations the United states does not subscribe to it. The government welcomed the new memorandum hailing it As a justification for Germany s stand on disarmament matters. Police to quiz widow of slain Chicago teacher one of the men searching the mountains in the beef straight Section for John Hinz missing from his Cabin since monday was also missing last night. Other members of the searching party reported that Edward Matthews 32, had not been seen for 24 hours. With temperatures ranging Well below Zero Matthews a Cross country runner set out saturday night to follow some tracks barely discernible. That he had discovered in the Hope that they might furnish a Clew to Hinzy a disappearance. Last night he had not returned to the Cabin where the searchers have made their Headquarters and friends were afraid that he too might have fallen a victim to the extreme cold. Hinz was head Sachem of the Anaconda chapter of he improved order of redmen and members of the chapter have been braving the severe weather in seeking him. U. S. Co operation. Geneva. Dec. La. A a3 a the United states in a document which the chief of her arms delegation Norman h. Davis signed today declared her resolve to co operate in the disarmament conference with a View to seeking substantial armament reductions. The United states and four other nations the statement reads Hope Quot without delay to work out a convention which shall effect a substantial reduction and a limitation of armaments with the provision for future revision with a View to further with America in this determination Are great Britain France Germany and Italy. Although this is not entirely what or. Davis said he hoped for the head of the american delegation said he considered that tither Peoples now Felt there was a moral commitment to resume the task of disarmament after the Christmas Holiday a in real officials mystified Gan like killing at of popular bandmaster. Chicago. Dec. pretty Young widow of a High school bandmaster fought hysterics today while authorities awaited her recovery before questioning Ber fur a Thor about the slaving of her husband. Edwin o. Soil Shauers death saturday night was so Quot out of line with the Man himself that police were mystified. Schildhauer was an Apollo like Leader of the band at Austin High school which has 7,000 students and is larger than most of the state universities in the country he was 6 feet 2 inches Tai weighed 210 pounds had Brown curly hair and was extremely handsome scores of High school girls admitted having a a crushes for him. Despite his position despite his Fine looks despite the fact that his associations were All in Fields of refinement. Schildhauer died the i death of a gangster. Mrs. Frances Birkinshaw Schild Hauer Young and pretty was an continued on Page 2, col. B administration program of sales tax and salary Cut ignored by House. Washington dec. Ill up a dry organizations will throw their full strength tomorrow against the House move to legalize Beer while the Senate judiciary committee Breaks into the explosive question of repealing the eighteenth amendment. Two full Days have been Given by chairman Collier for the organized prohibitionists to present their argument against his Beer measure before the House ways and Means committee. Moving swiftly the group plans to conclude seven Days j of hearings with the testimony of Secretary Mills of the Treasury on wednesday. Widely divided on the question of Banning the Saloon but generally agreed on a proposal to provide pro Lection for dry states a group of i Senate lawyers will tackle tomorrow behind closed doors the problem of drafting a repeal Resolution. A prolonged controversy Over the Saloon Issue is imminent. Despite the rejection by the House of speaker garners outright repeal proposal Senate leaders plan to give quirk consideration to the measure reported by Tho judiciary committee. Drys to testify. Five members of the woman a National committee for Law enforcement including mrs. Henry w. Peabody of new York chairman and continued on Page 2, col. 2 Cui Smith old time Missoula druggist Ano civic Leader is dead Missoula dec. La a a up David c. Smith 63. Missoula druggist for 38 years and in by in a Here 35 years and president of the Montana pharmaceutical association died ii Etc today following a two months illness. Or. Smith was a native of Missouri born at Sedalia in july 1869. He suffered a stroke last fall while listening to returns on the worlds series. His health gradually failed since then. Or. Smith died suddenly in March of this year. Or. Sol h is continued on Page 2, col 8i England insists remittance is not to be taken As resuming old system British note declares payment must be considered As on capital and Ile taken into account in final settlement hut Stimson and Mills say it must be applied according to agreement or not accepted. A Quick passage of notes across Hie Atlantic yesterday gave notice that great Britain intended paying its $95,550,000 War debts instalment due thursday and that the United states would not accept the Gold Wilt Jam a curly Quot Guy. The 24-Ycar-old Welsh adventurer it left it shown Here As he was booked by lev it Angeles police As a suspect in the haying of Captain Walter wander Well will face a formal charge of murder of tic als announced following the questioning of Guy s chief Alibi witness Charles de i Arrn. Protest Patino of debt too. S. Public indignation shown by demonstration attack made in newspaper police attack Alibi of suspect in wander Well slaying from new angles chief witness for a a curly buy Youngf Welsh adventurer submitted to lose questioning by officials who say they will Issue a formal murder complaint against suspect flyers Story handed Long Deach Calif., dec. La 11 n from two new sources police tonight attacked the Alibi of William James curly Guy Young Welsh adventurer while they prepared a complaint charging him with tile revenge murder of a fellow Soldier of Fortune cant. Walter wander Well. Guys own principal a Alibi wit a Ness a Charles de harm colourful Indian aviator As Ert edly gave detectives important Aid in their attempt to undo mime the welshman. Claims that he was 30 Mil a inv when wanders la v a shot i the bark last monday night. De harm remained in tech men i custody at a hotel and Guy a held in jail incommunicado while authorities resumed questioning of other witnesses in the strange la ing whirl occurred aboard wan Derwelis s adventure bound yacht the car a. Many new link have been forged to the Chain of evidence against. Guy police said the a pert a serve it ily was identified a my mysterious Quot Man at the porthole who called on wander Well a Fri minutes before the fatal a hooting. Hesitant at first to Lodge formal charges against que lev. His ments of witnesses will result in police issuing a murder complaint tomorrow. Dept y dry. I a ton a Claren of Hill said. Candidates to take test today Iii of lit Montana applicants Mill by examined Al school of mines session. Parus Der. La with parliament scheduled to take up the question of meeting the american War debt payment tomorrow Public indignation Over americans Altitude was Given voice today when 6.000 French War veterans staged a disorderly demonstration of protest before the foreign office. Crying a Down with debts1�?� and a not one cent for America Quot hic veteran1 matched before the building where Premier edouard Herrin and members of his Cabinet were studying Over Means of meeting the j Lay nuut flue next to Tours in v. Pollee were hurriedly and broke up the in arching column. Chasing the veterans into Side Street they represented nine organization Villi a membership of i 000,000 men the1 had ii n aroused Hgt action by a fiery editorial in Leon Dander royalist publication. Quot action Franca e a a which called for no organized March on tin chamber of deput in St 0 p in. Tomorrow when the deputies will be debating the debt question a not one Sou to America a was dander., Call to arms in his paper a Tiu have lied to us he wrote Quot we do not Waul the dishonourable payment to be made. Franco a frustrated in the mat Ter of reparations and must not pay what she does t owe to tin United stat of a meanwhile Premier Harriot re revived the unanimous support of his Sabine of i plan to meet the payment Quot with reservations a continued on Page 2, col. 8 with reservations proposed by London. Again suggesting revision of the total debt. The British note proposed that the payment be treated As a a capital payment of which account should be taken in final within six hours the american reply was in the hands of the British ambassador. Written by Secretary Stimson it. Said Quot i must Call your attention to the fact that the Secretary of tile Treasury has no authority to to kept payment from your government except As provided under the terms of the funding agreement. The sum must be credited to principal and interest As provided in Paris meanwhile the French Cabinet derided unanimously in Faun of paying the $20,000,000 instalment due the United states thursday. The Cabinet attached reservations however. Whether the course defined by the two Large european Powers will be followed by Belgium Poland Czechoslovakia and the other nations seeking a moratorium from the United Stites has not been indicated. Italy one of the nations with a Large payment falling due Jins announced its intention to pay promptly. London note London dec. 11i4r>�?great Britain notified the United states government today that it will pay mobilized i a Karl flir bos,550, due next thursday but that the Money was not to in regarded of the resumption of payments on the scale used before president Hoover s moratorium continued on Page 2. Col. 3 my Johnson sturts return i trip to England Al candidates for i Tod hip Honor will be sex a the Montana a Clit the re Are eight two to be ranted lamination Dee. 14 of Al Lullaby Nice but gangrene is most Beautiful word in language declares writer who Lar Iuni ried today ii of mines Jeute with e Cit is rift exp ipod Kate. The St rapid oversubscription of Treasury Issue reported Lii for Boit captured fee Nii Dies in desperate escape Iii huge Cash reserves Idle in nation s Banks indicated by prompt action when securities offered Washington. Dec a As far As Treasury records disclosed. Never before has the government borrowed Money for so Long a period so cheaply on this class of be Curry though 90-Day Bills have been purchased eagerly at still lower rates. The same announcement told also vividly in a routine statement j 0f another tremendous Over subscript today by the Federal Treasury was a Story of huge Cash reserves lying Idle in the country s Banks. It was contained in the formal announcement by Secretary Mills that an offering of one year Treasury certificates at per cent probably the lowest interest Ever paid on a l2-m3nh issues was oversubscribed a 16 times. Tiona nearly 20 times on an offering of 2h per cent four year notes. In exact figures the Treasury offered $250,000,000 of the one year certificates and received subscriptions exceeding $4 128,000,000. It offered $350,000,000 of the four year notes and subscriptions exceeded $6.677.ogu.. Both issues were dated i dec. To. Norfolk a. Do. La a Jailer sides riddled with hell fire and machine gun bullets and her skipper. William Bauer dead the liquor Laden speedboat Matilda Barry of Philadelphia was towed into port today by the coast guard patrol boat cg-163. Coast guardsmen said Bauers when capture appeared certain attempted to escape in a Small Dory. Which overturned in the High seas continued on Page 2, col. 5> new York. Der. a ten most Beautiful words in the English language a a list advanced yesterday by Wilfred j. Funk poet and dictionary publisher ran into some rough comment today among new York literati. The Best that was said for any enc of the ten Dawn hush Lullaby murmuring tranquil Mist Luminous Chimes Golden Melody a was that Lullaby is Nice. That statement was made by Fannie Hurst novelist but she added a Dawn is like a dead cat. L Luminous is Good but not As Good As Lyric. I think these Are More Beautiful serenity peace Beau to it self vitality mercy Madonna. No i done to think much of the Dorothy Parker poet said she considered cellar door the most Beautiful word but those she liked to 1 be Best were Cheque and enclosed. Hendrik Willem Van Loon also spoke up for cellar door and he expressed great Surprise when told his selection was the same Asmi s Parker a a in be Only met miss Parker two in my life a he said a arid we never talked of a Ellar doors. I Don t like this list because i Don t like soft words. I like the hard sounds the Short word. Like talk. Cuspid or is a Good word ring not Only scoffed at the Funk list. He gave a list of his own. A gangrene is the first word a he said a flit is the second scram is the third but wait until i finish a Mange is the fourth wretch the fifth and Smoot with a Small a is the sixth. Look it up. A guzzle is no. 7. Mcnaboe is 8. I know its a proper name. And Blute is no. 9. A Blute sir is a smoker who does no to inhale. The tenth word is Crene. A Crene is a Man who inhales but does t uccc5.ii candidates a today a should be known Tell evening i lie it Hod is scholarship committee for Montana All of whom will or Ira conc kiting a ire or. In a Thomson chairman tame p Thomas Are rata Andre. V. Corr Rem Ai us str in e a. Paul k la Fine ? a. And iffy or s. Am of m. Soul i. Each of a i of will end to Candida sex to the f Pekan Nult fring with a total of four to be named a Oxford in re r tide pts. Tie states arc Montana. A Kington Oregon. Idaho Wyoming and no i Dakota the but o test will Star at 9 30 o clock this morning in the main building of the Montana school of m be 11 a it to v ill t Ake tem Arr a Howard Cole Butte Montana school of mine Cal Crowley m. Ilia Lull act j to of Montana. j. Hui , n. A Mon tar a state College fee it a p Lack n or san , Calif. U. S. Naval Academy. Heart attack is fatal to former Iii Tif rail Man great Falls Der left Matt c Ive 57, formerly great nor t Jira Len t it Kef agent at Butte Helena and great fall died of a heart attack at his ranch Home in the Brad a it a Lim night Ive had Bee n in he it attle but be almost 20 years after serving a a trek Ai Quot id he v a a travelling Fri Light and a Quot Liger agent for the great Northern Hal Ives of la Irna a ill hied ii i in Muir i orm Vii Moman \ a Honda. And tuesday fair rising temperature. It Angl Ella Angola Africa Dee. Ill i pm Amy Johnson Mol Lison w to is seeking a record on her return flight from Capetown Ltd Croydon Ai drome in London flew Over the mos amedes Terri Lory South of Here at 3 45 p. Rn., g Xvi. T. 10 45 a. In. E. S. T i today. She left Capetown Early ibis morning. Capetown Union of South Africa dec la i to a shouting a a cheerios to thousands of Well Wisher. Amy Johnson took off to a Day on a return flight to Croydon Airport England. A hold your thumbs for me a she i called to the throngs that massed about her plane just before she pointed its nose upward. A a in la get i lie i o in record time a1 rigid. A he asserted. A i must get Back to the Danng aviatrix is the wife of Captain j a Molson. Who a year ago. Flew i rom England in four Days 17 hours 19 minute Only to have his record broken by his wife. She made it in four Days six hours .>5 minutes arriving nov. 18. On that trip Britain a greatest woman flyer trouble in the vast wastes of the Sahara but thoughts of those difficulties apparently did not enter her mind As she left today. Roosevelt spends Day in studying rail situation plan for reorganization of government if hoovers system blocked is Given consideration. Hyde Park n. Y Dee la i a governor Roosevelt it a quiet sundae at Iii Hudson Ruer Nome Richard a. Lake Missoula uni pondering min Railroad Tut lation As j Versley of Montana. Rubin Levon Missoula University of Montana John p. Parker Bozeman Monro a state College. Eugen Quot Sunderlin Missoula University of Montana. It v a of lint d three our Man studying his ii Zap Ion of the to him yesterday bang extent i e and an for a a ordain Federal go eminent the White House after he enters next March. Id stood the three rail a 111cfj f i Williamson and John j Pell it e relents respectively of the new York Central and the new hit in. And Carl Gray chairman of the Umon Pacific painted the rail picture in dark colors. According to sources close to the president elect the three men stressed the need for relict legislation perhaps at a up. Ial session of Congress soon Ufir a or. Roosevelt is inaugurated. In the reported belief that president hoovers program for governmental reorganization will not be favourably acted upon at the Short session of Congress. Or. Roosevelt is going ahead with the fashioning of his plan to simplify Federal government and to reduce expenses

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