Winnipeg Free Press

October 11, 1933

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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 11, 1933, Winnipeg, Manitoba (Fret-- I'ross TliermomH ei- Keadliuis) p.m.. Ocl. 10 p.m.. Ocl. Hi inn., oc-f. 11 a.m.. OH. II 15 K4II- full Of Ml'tCIM'OlOgil-al nf- tii-e rrjxirl, tint1. VOL. NO. 84. FORECAST -Cc'Dtrv.. srattcrrd .Sun S.42; sun sets, 17.40. Moon rises ,22.25; moon sets. 14.43, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER n. Price 5c per Copy; Edition with Comic, lOc 22 PAGES Plans Record Distance Flieht I Berlin Delegates Urged to State Present Washington Government With Powerful Argu-1 Arrnarnents Are ment for That Loans Made Be- Wanted for New Army fore and After the Armistice Were Not Commercial _ in Character But Matter of Necessity. i I'rrss De-spat i-h> By RICHARD L. TURNER. Washington. nlvcrpd world .Pi t Ic'lllt'HlS -WIT'- ili-cal. Britain ;ix .justil'icatiuii itiiin I'niiu ilic- Vnilcd Stiiti-s. Li-nil Ross, iir'jol iiitor Tor tlic y expounded tin- nru'imiciit iliiit id'ori' anil iil'ti-r iln' iirniistii'i' Inn a matter ni' m-i'i-ssify iind purposes. ics. Sir Ronald .crican representatives were alert to ambassador, and'the difficulties they must .surmanut 'in reaching a solution. Essentially, their tusk That oi" reconciling the British demand for an end to'war debt payments with the insist- ence ol' tlii- American congress that the debts be paid in lull as .'uncled. Alter Tuesday's conference-. Ac-lie- Washington Envoys Deny They! Are Drafting Proposal tor j Re-arming Germany By ijiomic advisor embassy, air Freclericl; trrasurv. He was met >SD'.i. the tinder I.ivesev. cco- i.o the state dcparr- Bell. the treas- met and described i .-.vhnt hJKl taken place. Sir Frederick r _P il, i till L a ova representatives prc- uocr.rnents 'and statistics to request, for a reduction In toial of interest avid scheduled for the lool: began v.-ith the origin of the debts .able he said, and traced their history. Their was no suggestion, the under- secretary added, of whnt the London -overnmem might have in mind tn offer ns n basis of settlement. As Ache-son outlined it. the British argu- ment took the following course: Sir Frederick stressed that the British ,'ovcrumeut made _ extensive Column Three) a ted 1' .'I i'MMl SIIAUKl'lY (JfiH-vn. Oct. .11. Unlte.d States j delegates Lo disar moment confer- i euco said Txieschiy l hey were trying to incince Germany to make definite, ui-itten proposals as to just what armaments it wants as equipment i for its projected new conscript army, j At the same time the Americans j repot ts that they "were prepar- i ing proposals lor the rearmament of Germany" were absolutely untrue. A spokesman for the delegation i sakl that the request of the written i proposal from Germany was made in an effort to clarify the disarma- j munt problem and reduce it from j s tract to concrete terms, without. committing itself in any whctiier the German fig- uvos can be accepted by the United States or any of the other powers, i The U.S. experts divided the pro- jected. German army MDScnptions learly DOO.uOO. At the noon It was be- lieved that the total for the day might reach S75.000.000: but this Oct. 11.- -Subserlptions to i-eJuiiclt'.ij; loan iicur- Iv rc.ichori the hail marl; on the first day. The toml amount subscribed Tuesrtav was in CKCPSM or S101.000.000. the of nucuicc announced la'.e night. This total, v.'hl'jh eoiisist-s of both cash subscriptions and conversions of i was unusually largo for ths maturing Victory bonds, is regarded; first day of the national loan. Vio- In financial and governmental circles. torS' as highly .satisfactory. Actual sub- scriptions for the officiate stated. I factory investment. All iiidications are probably considerably more than! are that the response from this class tne of 200.000 men into divisions in an effort to decide from a technical .standpoint what ivc-h division would need in standard equipment. The various factions at the contcr- seemeci to be agreed that the iransforrned Reichswehr German I'.rmy) would have the small a-rms by the treaty of Versailles Mid Hie Gorrmms themselves insist they did not want offensive weapons Ti'i-l'iiint The problem was divided into Liu- three following points: (1) The Var- sailles armaments level; 1.2) dfifen- ve armaments level; i3) offensive level. The Germans wished to enter the area and. because of this, the Americans asked them how many airplanes, tanks and artillery pieces, up to 153 millimetres they claim they jGerraan force as a panacea for 1 art entitled to have. Some experts i war Europe's ills is offered by Actolpli deem observation planes are essential jjitler in the abridged English version Because he lias other fish to fry. Bert Acosta known as the "Bad Boy of the Air." turned down an offer of a trip to the Antarctic: from Rear-Admiral Richard E. Byrd. Acosta. shown with Pilots Harold Illlch and Max Heller (right l, is planning a flight from New York to. Buenos Aires, t. distance of about 8.00O miles, in. an attempt to win the rion-.stop long-distance record. Backers of Independent Mayoralty Candidate Call on McCooey to j Renounce Mayor O'Brien i Threaten to End Leader's 22- Year Dominance of Democratic Party in Big Borough Hpspali'-h) 1 By FISANrrS A. .lAMII'.SOV 1 New York, Oct. of i 'independent mayoralty oanrtirtiK-y ot I.Joseph V. McKee Tuesday to end tin.- Brooklyn Democratic-, lead- ership of John H. McCooey 1111 igreed to break with Tammany ind renounce Mayor John P. McCoocy. Tnmmay's principal a emporsrily checked the insurrect i of a group of his district leaders jailing a meeting of t'ne borough ex- ecutive committee to decide which o! (he two candidates should be sup- uorted. With the anti-Tammany revolt spreading, it was believed in soinc quarters the committee would force I declaration lor McKee and end Mc- Ccoey's 22 years of dominance of the Democratic party in Brooklyn. Mcltee Hackers Hull Split: McKee backers hailed the open split in Brooklyn, which has the heaviest vote of the city's rive bor- oughs. Loss of Brooklyn would be a blow to O'Brien's chances and would leave Tammany with Manhattan tin- only county united, they pointed out. The Bronx organisation .switched to McKee last week nr.d defections were increasing in Queens. Meanwhile. McKee answered charge of Fiorello H. 1 .a Gu; lusioil candidate, and Samuel bury, fusion strategist, that his M-- covery party was a reservoir for dis- gruntled politicians. "Thi.? I cannot make too emphatic." said McKce as the group of Insurgent l! Speaking in Win-nipeg Auditorium Says It Is Only Way to Get Prices That Will Give Reasonabie Return to It Is Impossible for Canada to Embark on Anything Like National Recovery Act Programme of United States. Italian Doctor Describes New Process of Treating in slack times reciuc irive-iitory o.1' stock in orderly n Patient unti; ats-umi better Hint Cliii'asn, Oct. Jtaliar. siir ueon the American College- n Surgeons Tuesday nlsht that cripples i could strciched to normalcy the rdiu. Sea- much success u-.i: insirume arc bone ire. Prof. IK- said, and rjelieveil the wor be attempted safely mi nln children and many adult. could all Prof. Putri showed movies of five ana Ity .MI-M.VIN K. COKK.MAN tt-ti I'ri-ss Orspiitchi i'ork. Oct. j 'Democrats embracing his candidacy I mounted. "I shall not appoint to l reported 1.1-1> results of H. It Is believed, nil of the sentiments public office or retain in office any j His procedure till f creel ideals of government expressed j political leader lie has come generally used, in t hat it. International Inl.prefit, but lii-ciucUns to a modern army, although one British viewpoint, expressed Tuesday, (See i'aac Two, Column Two) S101.000.000 total officially amiounc- cti. I From all Canadian banks and from a large number of Insurance com- panics and Industrial corporations, large subscriptions were made. A the same time, the volume of stib.scrlptions from individual sub- bond dealers apparently are i aware of the opportunity which the! 'new loan offers to continue a satis- j Floyd (Sailor) Baldwin Sui'- Hitler in the ot his book "Mem to be l published {here today. j He saysj: j "If the! German nation Is to stop jthe rot threatens Europe, it {must not! fall into the errors of the pre-war i eriod and make enemies of God and tjhe world, but it in list ascer- come generally used, in that it. relied on the- author in the final, complete jotit or declared for me." j growth of new bone. Rursieons ire- post- Tcrman edition i Formally accepting the nomination qtiently add leng'h to mechanical or- Breathin" throughout the spirit ol in a. crowded city hall chamber. Mayor vices, the most common oeint; ibr- ,11- German Nationalism which Hitler al-! CTBrien pleaded _w_Hli_ jupporiers ways has emphasized, the late chap- j Pase Two. Column Two) tei-s of the volume explain that his government has no desire to .see Ger- many's pre-war colonies restored. the it of the United The prime point" thai, the trade ol is improving steadily ,i: ployment is incrcasiiiM. people -.voi'l; at Keptember tbali :-t Mir Mr. Bennett an the announced total, dealers and banks were fore the returns since many not able be- close of business to make full of the da transactions. Response to the offering' of the new bonds" was immediate. Almost imme- diately after the loan opened at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning, several large subscriptions were received and by noon the total had reached NEWS OFTHE DAY of investor will be even more pro- nounced today. Large subscriptions Tuesday includ- ed: limperia! Oil, Limited, Imperial Tobacco Co. of Canada. 000.000: Confed-ration Life j tion. 91.000.000: London Life Assur- anc. Co., North Arnoricr, i Life Insurance Co.. 3000.000; Canada I Permanent Trust Co.. Can- 1 udn and Dominion Sugar Co., S595.000; Standard Brands of Canada. Ltd., S500.000: Great West Life Assurance renders When Surrounded bv Police Posse tain who) its most dangerous oppon- ents are Jo as. to strike at them with all its concentrated force." The taoAk Is titled "My and Is labelled an "Autobiography." but little or the author's own the publishers Include a of the highlights of Such a course, it is indicated, would rencb upon the purity of the race. But on the thesis tnttt "nothing but sufficient space on the earth en- sures freedom of existence of a na- be says that Germany must j .ook to new lAnds in Europe, lv for many "mc.-ting sn- ore hear- !-tatcmcii la-Id niKicr ''nf Yniinu Men'-- I our., t'l-lunin (HH-J Ni lower end out with weights at vhn i.hin fracture openings :mti gives ihe ilpg its normal lenrth. The job takes his (AsscKfiiltcil Tri-ss Despatch) 'roll-tin, o., Oct. (Sailor) Baldwin's 28-day excursion into major crime cost the lives of two men be- orc- it was halted Tuesday with his capture in a thicket 25 miles south- west of Toledo. Confronted by a half dozen pistols offered somewhat ab- omlt matter not of general C Dominion Textile. Co..iin the hands of as many officers. The i 27-year-old former pugilist .surrender- B. Bennett receives litie, of the province, and ny Lake Ltd.. Canadian Order Foresters (Brantford i, and led without a struggle. Robin Hood Mills. i Deputies said the fugitive, admitted j j to them he had slain John I the attempted holdup of a party golfers at the Sylvania club, near here. Sept. 12. The prisoner also agreed, he was the man who shot his adds: "When we talk ot new lands in Europe we are bound to think first of Russia and her border states." He sees the Soviet Union as bound to collapse because "the Jew has taken the place of the German clement" which he credits with having created the pre-war Russian state. The frontiers of 1914 mean little to (See Pasc Tu-o, Column Three) Trend Towards Nationaliza- tion of Systems Suggested in Speech j Exhibition ?1ay i Oct. 11. Progress exposition Chicago's 101st lie FAteiuleil A Century of: may on into! Officials of the LOOKING MC world's fclr let it be known Tn that "if the public demands' reposition wiil continue beyond 1. the previously announced date. DEATH THREAT Smith r n U T 'agreed he on Long Ocean Hop Britain Australia Flight :d i Restaurant Keeper Fails to j Court to Requirements .'.atei-v avs commission Sir Al.'ieu covery Leas traders re- of re- "of British re- Cope- says le u-r definite s in all countries 7. ;c of Nations commission commends league publicly classify numerically inferior racial groups 's 11. Lynn B. spencer. K.C., warns vail- way ernulovces to do nothing to iTi'achnier.y of Industrial Dis- P'Jles '2. Wheat futures prices at the close Tuesday's session were c higher to -anchanjed for the 1C. Crucial reached in tariff board inquiry' into woollen schedule of British preferential 11. Carl Hubbell, New York Giant Pitcher, is voted most valuable play- er in National 17. Total duty collected on imports Into Canada during eight-month Period shows 2. I' Ciililfi.) i Siicrntiiivti. .lava. Oct. Commander Sir Charles Kingsford- iSmith took the air at 4.55 a.m. today an ocean hop of 1.250 miles to Uvyndham. Australia. i He expects to break the Bngland- i to-Austrnlin. flight record. killed Deputy Sheriff Leo Flanacjan Coroner Prank G. Kreft upheld Baldwin on this point late Tuesday by determining', in an inquest, that Flanagan had come to accidental death from shotgun wounds inflicted by another deputy, Ernest Cooley. Baldwin fired only a pistol. The cor- oner said Deputy cooley had firsd ac- cidentally and in the line of duty, and made no recommendations. of U.S. Code Oct. G Rnhutts, Gary, Indiana, restaurant proprietor, Tuesday night was order- ed by Hugh S. Johnson, recovery administrator, to surrender his blue Toid "Machine-Gun" Kelly's Wife Wanted to Kill Kidnap Victim. (Assuciiilril Trrss Despatch) Oklahoma rll.y. Oct. Kelly was quoted by a witness Tues- day as having shouted: "I'd like to kill that------------." i" referring to (Canadian Slid Associated Press Cables.) ny THOMAS T. London. Oct. British railway directors are moving towards nationalization of railways was a i for question asked Tuesday night ing a speech by William Whitr.'aiv. chairman of the London and North Eastern railway, to the Institute of Transport :nin Mr. insisted there should be "such a complete system of pool- j ing as would put it out of tiie powtr: iof railway companies to earn profits j I by competition with one another." He added, "National management 'would doubtless prove ruinous to i Pl; I both passenger and H 'port, but manage trom political influence is not im- possible and cannot be dismissed from consideration for all time." the same time Sn- WEATriEJl KlCi'ORT rilly-IiM- miles of the Pcmbina brancji. was to the iron t.< had n'J'vV l.'-tl) IroiK-d. Oysters 'bad advanced to they had bi-cn m Seplem-KT when jt'v.-a.j -.ooi; now. In October. roturi) had caused the price to advance inssenger ana ci ,ju.. nit national ownership with a Vicionr, ement completely divorced Kamioo'ps" nnlitical influence is not im-; Pr. ororm Charles Urschel, the oil Doctors Remove 111 Shotgun Slugs From Body of Gus Winkler, Slain Underworld Overlord of Chicago transferred Tuesday night stone slab in the morgue to Dakota 18. (Associated Press Despatch) Chicago, Oct. body of Gus Winkler, gangster overlord, with 111 iintoim removed therefrom, fvom! Tuesday that during the height ol a night club owner has committed suicide, and police were searching foi Winkler when the assassins shot him down. His widow testified at the inquest This was the first nction this kind taken by the N.R.A. At the same time Johnson an- nounced that Eimllnr action would be taken almost: immediately against I'lagrant violators of the president's re-employment agreement in other sections of the United States. The recovery administration said that every one of Rahutls' 40 em- ployees had complained the restaur- atcur was violating both the mum hours and minimum wages provisions of his agreement. In one case it was charged an employee was million- is be- of aire, for whose kidnapping .she Mug tried with her husband, George (.Machine-Gun) Kelly. The witness was Mrs. Luther Arnold, wife of the man who Mrs. Kelly pick- ed up and employed as n. go-between tha league season National Hockey into November Hon. T. A. impressions 11. Six-power anti-war pact among oovtth American nations signed at R'0 tie 7. Utility bonds show tendency to Jecover in quiet session of New York ol mail guard 510.000 silver coffin, and police nounced themselves expectant action wit'n three games j further gangster killings. 17. j go fearful were authorities that Cn-rai tells P.ed Rive! the Winkler assassination might of I evolve into a -vicious circle of shoot- ings that federal agents, profusely armed were assigned to guard wit- nesses in the Chicago robbery a year ago. David Goldblatt, former body, for Winkler, was taken into custody for questioning in connection with the slaving. Suspicion that the shot- "un pellets were sent into Winkler s he had become, or about to become, loquaciotr reeve of Ste. or relief now used i ..oncerned. i Forty-odd suspects have been r in quiet rested "about the country Tor def or. si; 14. In t bonds stolen Page 14. Cleaners roll to set all- _ Winnipc-- ten-pin bowling bnck because 1 t.n bee 1 J. -..v. the search Winkler had made ar- rangements lor a police escort to take him yesterday morning to the office of United States Attorney Dwlght H. Green. It was Mrs. Winkler. blonde, plump. and named Georgette, who arranged the ornate coffin. "The best is forced to work 21 hours in two days at a rate of 14 cents an hour. Rumania, Russia, Poland Sign Eigbt-Power Treaty to employ an attorney. Mrs. Arnold also testified Kathryn Kelly virtually kid her 12-year-old daughter, G to use as a "blind" in the Kellys i flight before they were caught in maxi- Memphis. Tenn., as a result of Ger- aldine'.s story. "I let her have my baby for a little ride." she testified. "She said she But at. Stamp famed economist and chair-1 man of the London. Midland and j Me.i. Hal Scottish railway, told the Authors club while discussing the future ot- railways that only minor savings could "be looked for in the direction: of further fusion. Concerning highway competition; p Sir Joslah said nothing' had happened to indicate .hat conveying many hundreds of tons or hundreds o, ln. Albrria peoole in a single not'bv a lone way the most economic idnappecl method of tons distance tt'snsport.: ihowcr.-; SeraUUne, j And jn steam running the locomotive mostly remained a relatively simple and highly flexible instrument, lit- added would be back that day. It was two weeks before I saw her again." When the child was sent back to i Oklahoma, City from Memphis by the Kellys', she'told officers of their hid- ing place and they were arrested the j next day. j nitea yyiieat Crop ims Year Will Be Smallest for 37 Years, Declares Official Report