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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                OF I NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS HOME EDITION VOL XL FIVE CENTS A COPV ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 1934 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 308 TIGERS EVEN SERIES 32 IN TWELFTH Battered Body of Iowa Woman Found in Auto THOUGHT VICTIM OF AT MANCHESTER Husband Unconscious in Hospital Stopped to Aid Four Men MANCHESTER Oct 4 battered body of Mrs Reginald Tracy 55 Manchester was found in an automobile near here today after her husband had been taken unconscious to a hospital Both were believed to be victims of high waymen Before he lapsed into unconscious ness Tracy told Delaware county officials he and his wife stopped to assist four men who were in an otit ofstate automobile on the highway southeast of Manchester 2 Men Get in Car Tracy mumbled to officials that two men got in his car and directed him to drive for some gasoline Be coming suspicious Mrs Tracy beg ged him to turn around and let the men out Tracy related That was the last he remembered he said Officials believe that Tracy stag gered by a blow wandered about the countryside for hours before stopping at the John Beebe home near here He was brought to the hospital where he has been uncon scious for several hours Thebody of Mrs Tracy was fouriditpday automobile six southeast oflnere Blood stains were on the running boards and cushions Carried Large Sums A theory advanced by officials for the slaying was that Tracy usually carried large sums of money and robbery was believed a motive Tracy has not been able to tell officers whether he had been rob bed The Tracys were returning from the home of their adopted son Ben nie Worm who lives on a farm southeast of Manchester when they were stopped by the men Prince and Wife May Come to America to Aid Mrs Vanderbilt LANGENBURG Germany Oct 4 Gottfried zu Hohen lohe said today if necessary he and his wife Princess Margarete would go to New York to refute testi mony in Mrs Gloria Morgan Van derbilts suit to recover custody of her daughter The names of Prince zu Hohen lohe and Mrs Vanderbilt were linked in testimony by her former servants I We will decide this afternoon whether to go said Prince Gott fried speaking by telephone from his castle He said he was engaged to Mrs Vanderbilt in 1927 and 1928 and my wife and I are still in close contact with her TWO EAST CHICAGO POLICEMEN TO GET DILLINGER REWARD WASHINGTON Oct 4 Attorney General Cummings to day authorized payment of S5 000 of the John Dillinger reward money to Capt Timothy A ONeU and Sergt Martin Zarko vich of the East Chicago Ind police force Vacancy on Ticket May Be Unfilled Democrats Study Best Move After Kehoe Withdrawal By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS From the Newton debate of Lieut Gov Nelson G Kraschel and his re publican foe George W Jatterson highlight of this weeks political calendar the campaign spotlight turned Thursday to a major demo cratic party problem as yet un solved Both major party gubernatorial candidates also saw action Wednes day night Governor Herring speak ing at Anamosa and Dan W Tur ner republican office seeker ad dressing a Perry audience The widely heralded debate be tween the candidate for lieutenant governorship left plenty of subjects for comment to the political pil grims who journeyed Wednesday night to Jasper countys fall fes tival Touches on Personalities The debate ranged from state tax ation and tax reduction to national administration policies touching even on personalities Away from the din of political or atory democratic state committee members were considering a vital and almost unique situation in their iall slate The committee Wednesday post poned action on filling the vacancy on the state ticket created by withdrawal of Patrick E Kehoe of Farley nominated for superinten dent of public instruction Postponement followed the an nouncement of Governor Herring that he was in favor of not filling the vacancy virtually indorsing the candidacy of Miss Agnes Samuel son republican nominee and incum bent In his announcement Herring said that he considered the cause of ed ucation above partisan politics adding that Miss Samuelson has co operated 100 per cent in furthering the cause of education To Meet Next Week The committee has decided tc meet some time next week upon tlv call of State Chairman Eugene J Feulling at which time it is believ ed that action will be on the question of filling the vacancy or leaving it open on the ballots In his speech at Anamosa the governor declared that state and federal governments were interlock Tiirn lo Pace 3 Column 3 FORECAST Unsettled cooler in northwest portion Thursday night Friday partly cloudy k warmer in extreme east por tion MINNESOTA Mostly cloudy Tlmrsday night and Friday probably showers in northeast portion warmer in northeast portion Thursday night and in extreme east portion Friday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock j Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 55 Minimum in Nighl 44 j At 8 A M Thursdav 54 NEW DEAL CHIEF ISSUE FOR IOWA Both Kraschel Patterson Emphasize Point in Much Heralded Debate NEWTON Oct 4 vellian new deal national policies today held a little disputed front rank place in the Iowa political pic ture following a muchheralded de bate between two rival candidates for lieutenant governor generally regarded as spokesman for their parties This was one of the few definite conclusions developed by a verbal setto between Lieut Gov Nels G Kraschel democrat and George W Patterson republican before a fall festival crowd estimated at 7000 persons here last night Importance of the national ad ministration policies in their rela tion to the Iowa political outlook was stressed as the two spokesmen addressed an audience which packed the streets and square around the Jasper county courthouse here on the issues of the campaign i No Decision Given Unless the frequent cheers and occasional boos of the crowd can be regarded as a criterion of sentiment there was no decision on the debate so far as the feature of the present Iowa political conflict Topics touched upon in the dis cussion however ran the gamut ex tending from taxation and its com panion tax reduction to poor re lief the cornhog program and others of the national administra tion program and at times dipped into personalities Patterson spoke for 40 minutes and Kraschel for 50 minutes there after after which the republican nominee had 10 minutes in which INDUCTION RITES FOR S U I HEAD SEEN BY 4000 Former Presidents of U Speak at Ceremonies for New Head IOWA CITY Oct 4 Amid the pomp and ceremony of academic pageantry dating back to the elev enth century Dr Eugene A Gil more was inducted into office of president of the University of Iowa today at a convocation witnessed by about 4000 Attending the formal inaugura tion of the new university president who began his duties July 1 1934 were representatives of 138 colleges and universities throughout the na tion seated with delegates of learn ed societies and associations state educational leaders and officials In the academic procession which preceded the ceremony the delega tion of visiting educators wearing the traditional black caps and gowns was augmented by thousands of stu dents and townspeople The uni versity band headed the half mile long parade plack and Gold Draperies of black and gold trans formed the field house into a huge auditorium The delegates were seated in front of the inaugural platform with spectators lining the metal balconies on each side The settingwas elaborate but the ceremony itself simple and brief Following the invocation ad dresses were given by John G Bow man president of the university from 1911 to 1914 and now chancel lor of the University of Pittsburgh and Dr Walter A Jessup predeces sor of President Gilmore who serv ed as head of the institution from 1916 until July 1934 President emeritus George B McLean whose tenure was from 1899 to 1911t was absent because of illness but his message was read by Dean Carl E Seashore of the graduate college Under New System Former President Jessup told the audience that under a new educa tional system which is being scrut inized less emphasis will be placed on size of class number of regis trations volumes in the library and credits in the registrars office More attention will be given to find ingout what happens to the student while on the campus Official recognition will be given to the fact that human personality does not unfold according to a rigid standardized mould In the future he said students will assume a larger share of per sonal responsibility for the success or failure of education Singleness of Purpose Regarding the university the for mer president asserted loyalties of this institution are not based on fickle likes or dislikes The tradi tional Iowa loyalty comes from a singleness of purpose high idealism and faith in value of education In his inaugural address Presi dent Gilmore cited the greatest problem of a university as determ ing of what education should con sist and what should be taught Progress toward the solution he said requires less emphasis on vo cational and immediately utilitarian considerations and more emphasis on fundamental things George T Baker of Davenport president of the state board of edu cation delivered the inauguration charge S UI PRESIDENT 3 Column l Waverly Man Killed and Wife Burned to Death in Car Crash LAMONI Oct 4 August Pingleman 55 of Waverly was killed and his wife 63 burned to death in their car when it crashed headon into a truck driven by Gar land Fouts of Martinsville Mo two miles east of here Gambler Slain and Body Left in Alley DETROIT Oct 4 body of a man who police said had been identified as Jimmie Hayes well known Toledo gambler was found this morning in an alley at the edge of Detroits central business dis trict He had been killed with a shotgun There were seven slugs in his body EUGENE A GILMORE SCHOOLS MUST BE KEPT FREE Gilmore Points Out Dangers of Great Zeal Shown for Social Control IOWA crry oct 4 ciemic freedom from partisan control and propaganda must be guarded with an extra care in these days of rapid and profound social change if it is to survive declared Presi dent Eugene Allen Gilmore in a re sponse at formal ceremonies in augurating him as head of the State University of Iowa and at the uni versity field house here this morn ing Rarely has the presence of gov ernment been more widely felt Sel dom has there been such zeal for state control This zeal and faith have been applied to our economic and industrial life and there are in dications that some would make similar applications to our intellec tual life President Gilmore said Train for Leadership while the university must function with due regard to prevail ing social philosophy and should train leadership it cannot assume direct responsibility for so cial reform without endangering its larger usefulness of dispassionate and detached investigation and re search It is dedicated to the pur suit of truth and dogma and creed are not its concern It should not be brought too close to the immed ate scene of political action This does not mean he said that the university is not to con cern itself with the nroblfms of so cietv It must be in the shop in field and the market place but not of them It must be on Main street but not in it Intelligent and Impartial An intelligent impartial and in dependent judiciary is indispensable to the attainment of the ideal of justice Ah intelligent impartial and independent university is the only assurance against ignorance preju dice demagoguery and propaganda Complete academic freedom may be merely an idealbut it is the only iTura in Pajte 3 Column 1 KIDNAPING PLOT IS FRUSTRATED Two Men Under Arrest in West Virginia Admit Ransom Plan WHEELING W Va Oct 4 of a plot to kidnap Betty Bloch 24 year old daughter of a wealthy Wheeling tobacco manufacturer and arrest of two men for the conspiracy was an nounced today by department of justice agents The men under arrest are Harry Thornton clerk in a haberdashery and Thurman Bowen a semipro fessional football player J J Waters chief agent for the department of justice in the Pitts burgh district announced both men had admitted they conspired to kid nap Miss Bloch and hold her for ransom Miss Bloch whose father heads the Bloch Brothers Tobacco com Ipany is to be married Saturday FIND CHARTS OF SECTIONAROUND LINDYS ESTATE Officers Take Road Maps From Trunk Owned by Hauptmann NEW YORK Oct 4 Atty Samuel J Foley announced today that investigators had found in Bruno Hauptmanns trunk road maps of the Sourland mountain sec tion of New Jersey where the estate of Col Charles A Lindbergh is lo cated Foley also stated that Haupt mann is able to reproduce certain sections of the Hopewell N J territory from memory even down to the smallest intersecting forks of road W also found in this trunk Foley said an EnglishGerman dic tionary of the 1000 most commonly used words The more difficult words appearing in the ransom note were in the dictionary and this to some extent confirms the theory that Hauptmann misspelled a num ber of the smaller words while the more difficult words were written correctly an indication that he looked up the spelling of the harder words in the dictionary Able to Draw Maps Foley said Hauptmann was able to draw maps of the Jersey section with remarkable accuracy Wg nowJoioWj the Bronxpros ecutor said tSat fie fished in those sections He also had road maps covering the entire territory around Gay Head Buzzards bay Elizabeth Island and Marthas Vineyard We are also able to show that Haupt mann fished there also Bronxjistrict attorney has con sistently refused to discuss a pos sible New Jersey kidnaping or mur der case However he did say to day that we have never contended that the baby was ever in New Eng land in fact we are now going to prove that it was not Foley said Hauptmanns road maps covered whole sections of in terest in the kidnaping and ransom investigation Prepare for Trial The prosecutor said he knows no witness to be brought to his of fice today for questioning We are concentrating all our energies on preparation for trial he said Foley also said he had received no official notice of the calling of a Hunterdon county N J grand jury to meet a week from today to consider charges against Haupt mann The extortion trial in the Bronx is scheduled to start the same day Oct 11 District Attorney Foley also made public today Hauptmanns criminal record in Germany his na tive land ascabled to the New York police department by Detective Arthur Johnson of trie department Johnson who was in Vienna at the time of arrest was ordered to Germany to investigate angles of the case there Escaped From Jail The record showed that Haupt mann had beensentenced on several charges in his fatherland and had escaped from jail once The record as cabled by Johnson read Criminal history of Bruno Haupt mann March 22 1919 Kamenz burg lary theft receiving stolen goods guilty of five charges two years six months one week June 3 1919March 26 1919 Kamenz holdup gun two years six months June 17 1919 nentenced Baut ITnrn to 3 Cnhimn Bi lowans Vote Nearly 3 to 1 for Control CornHog Program Is Supported Vote on Grain Close Official returns from 157 town ships in 30 counties in the Iowa cornhog poll Thursday showed 6949 for and 2618 against continu ance of the cornhog program in 1935 Reports received by the Associ ated Press were from county allot ment chairmen and were complete for the townships included An av erage of about 60 per cent of the contract signers in each township turned out at the polls it ivas indi cated The vote on adjustment of grain and livestock in 1936 was 4286 against and 4260 for The highest vote on the cornhog program was cast in Keokuk county where 480 persons voted for and 164 voted against With the excep tion of a few instances in Keokuk county nonsigners were voting about even on the cornhog program with a slight edge against continu ance Returns from ties included County North Iowa coun Repd 6 Kossuth Worth 6 Chickasaw Hancock Butler Franklin Hardin Mitchell Wright Balloting 5 8 2 2 8 7 4 started Ves 252 205 19S 407 43 65 420 220 180 No 81 49 36 68 14 32 138 78 41 in Kossuth county which has the largest num ber of cornhog signers of any county in the nation Township votes included Garfield 34 yes and 12 no Howard 32 yes and 12 no Luverne 42 yes and 11 no Plum Turn Fact 1 Column Hi CALLS SALES OF STOCK SWINDLE Government Outlines Case Against Samuel Insull on Fraud Charge By ROBERT M VODER CHICAGO Oct 4 Insulls stock sales in his ill fated Corporation Securities company of Chicago were termed a simple con spiracy to swindle cheat and de fraud the public as the govein ment outlined its mail fraud case against the utilities executive to day United States District Attorney Federal Agents Aid Police in Hunt for Missing Explosives BRIDGEPORT Conn Oct 4 P agents augmented Strat ford police today in the search for 10 cans of Polnol described as the most powerful explosive known stolen from the Remington U M C park Monday night The explosive in tiny pea green containers is so sensitive the slight est jar might set it off officials said The 10 cans are sufficient to blow up half a city A warning was issued to persons finding any of the containers to leave them untouched Only an ex pert should remove them Reming ton officials said They asked that j few would be allowed to get in in police or Remington be notified 1 the ground floor Dwight H Green in a calm state ment detailing what government in vestigators uncovered in Insulls fi nancing charged that the company in question was set up simply as a dumping ground for large quan tities of stock acquired in stock market deals carried out to boost the price of Insull stock Few Dollars Cash Insull and the others put into the new company the common stock of another Insull company Insull Util ity Investments and 4a few dollars in cash It owed for the stock Then on this property Green charged The defendants falsely represent ed to the public that the new cor poration would commence business with assetsof over 580000000 Green declared that four of the 16 defendants on trial with Insull floated a huge issue of allotment Under the pretense that they were letting their friends and cus tomers in on an opportunity to make plenty of money Sold Certificates It was through Halsey Stuart and company nationally known La Salle street investment banking house that the 17 defendants sold their 700000 allotment certificates which were packages of one share of common stock and one share of preferred stock offered at S75 a pair Green continued Employes of the investment house were told to contact custom ers Green declared and recom mended an investment in this paper as the jewels of the Tnsull empire with the tip that only a fortunate SCHOOLBOY ROWE WINS DUEL EACH SIDE HAS 7 HITS Goslin Hits Single Into Centerfield to Send Charley Gehringer Across Home Plate With Winning Run 789 10 11 12 R H K SCHOOLBOY WINS HIS The official box score ST LOUIS N I AB R H 5 I 2 4 Martin Sh UolhrucJc rf Frisch 21 Medwick If Collins Ib Delnncey c Orsatti cf 4 Durocher ss 4 Hallahaii p 3 W Walker p I IO A I I Cardinals Tigers mmn EHDSHEI By EDWARD 1 NEIL NAVIN FIELD DETROIT Oct 4 Goslins single to center in the twelfth inning today gave Lynwood Schoolboy Rowe brilliant 3 to 2 conquest of the St Louis Cardinals and pulled the Detroit Tigers back to even terms in the world series with one victory for each club The winning run was scored by Charley Gehringer FIRST INNING Cardinuls Martin upMartin lined to White on the first pitch and the crowd let loose a wild roar Rothrock one called Foul strike two into the upper stands off third base Ball one high and inside RothrocU grounded out Gehringer to Greenbcrg Frisch up hit sharply down the third base line for a scratch single Owen stopping the ball but being unable to handle it Medwick one swinging Foul strike two be hind the plate Ball one inside and Medwick hit the dirt Foul down first base line Ball two Foul behind the plate Medwick fanned on called third strike and the crowd went wild No runs one hit no errors one Tlffprs White was called Strike two called Foul irto the screen Foul into the stands bo hind the plate Ball one inside White grounded sharply to Collins and was out at first Collins to Hal iahan on a pretty play Cochrane Up 0 one high and inside 0 Cochrane grounded to Collins who 0 made the putout unassisted Gen ii ringer one called Ball 2 2 0 0 one inside Ball two low Strike two n 1 1 0 called Gehringer grounded to Col 1 0 II 0 lins and was safe at first when Hal lahan fumbled the first basemans throw for an erro Greenherg Strike one called Greenberg grounded to Martin and was thrown out at first on a close play No runs no hits one error one left 5 4 3 I 12 TO o 1 0 TOTALS 41 2 73415 3 One out winning run scored DETROIT A L AB K H IO White cf Doljack cf Cochrane c Gehringer 2I Greenberg lit Goslin If ss Owen Sh Fox rf Howe p fG A 1C 0 0 I I 0 I 5 0 0 13 1 2 2 I 1 I 0 0 TOTALS 42 3 7 86 11 0 for White in ninth Score by St Louis Oil 000 000 Detroit 000 100 001 Runs hatted in Orsiitti 1 Med Hick 1 Fov I G 1 Goslin I earned runs St Louis 2 De troit two base hits Kogrll Fox Martin three fouse hits Orsalli stolen bases Gehringer sacrifices Kothrock Kowe left on bases St Louis 4 Detroit 18 bases on balls off Hallahaii 4 Cochrann 2 Grren herg 1 Gehrinjrer off G Walker S Kogell Gehrinjter 1 ireenbcrjc struck out by Hallahaii 6 Kowe 3 Greenberg 2 by W Walker 2 Cochrane 1 It owe Rnwe 7 Medwick 2 Hallahan I Collins 1 W Walker 1 Kothrock 1 Delnncey hits off Hallahan fi In 8 13 innings Walker 1 in 1 innings umpires Klem N L plate Geisel A L first base Reunion N L second base Owens A L third base time ot game World Series Fans Which Do You Want The GlobeGazette has received a number of complaints because it has discontinued its moving ball service on the Playograph in recording the world series games The advent of auto radios has brought radio reception into the midst of the crowds watching the series returns and the radio is of course about a minute in ad vance of the plays as transcribed on the board For this reason the GlobeGazette discontinued the moving ball service installed loud speakers and used the play ograph only as an uptothe minute bulletin board If you wish the moving ball service re instated in spite of the condi tions above indicated please make an appropriate reply on the coupon below I prefer the reinstatement of the moving ball service i prefer the service as now being given Please place a check mark in the square indicating your opin ion and bring or mail it to the Sports Editor GlobeGazette SKCOND INNING Curdinuls Collins one swinging Ball one inside Strike two called Foul off the third base line Collins drove a long fly lo White who made the catch in deep center field Delancey one outside Ball two low Strike one swinging Delancey grounded sharp ly to Gehringer and was safe at first when the ball glanced off the Tiger second basemans knee into right field It was scored as a base hit Orsatti tripled down the third base line scoring Delancey The ball rolled to Ihe ex treme corner of left field Orsatli was shaken up sliding into third but quickly recovered Durocher up strike one into the dirt Strike two called Ball one outsida Foul into the Tiger dugout Du rocher popped to Greenbcrg Halla han strike one against the boxes off right field Ball one high Strike two called Ball two outside Hallahan lined out to Fox in short right field One run two hits no errors one lefl Tigers Goslin Strike one called Goslin bounced a hit over second base Frisch stopped ball but had no time for a throw side Ball two inside Strike to first Rogcll up Ball one inside Ball two inside Strike one called 1lnllahan tossed to first Strike two called Rngell fouled to Delancey Owen upKtrike one swinging I Strike two called Owen fanned on a called third strike Fox j strike one against the press box Strike two swinging Ball one it was a pitch out Ball two high and wide Ball three low Fox lifted a Turn In sport IHitf rilnmn K BURGLARS BOW OPEN BANK SAFE j HEARTWELL Nebr Oct T i The safe of the Heartwpn State I bank here was broken open by I burglars last night who used an acetylene torch Officers said the loot probably would not excepd nlthouarh everything of vahm from the safe   

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