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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1934, Mason City, Iowa 1 1 4 Final Nebraska El HI Final i P MUOi I n I S I t M J 1 f i1 T OF I IO I I Final Iowa State Missouri Purduw Notre Dame NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME Michigan Chicago El El THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI ASSOCIATED PKESsSSED WIRE 8J5RV1CK MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 13 1934 THIS CONSISTS OF TWO SECTIONS SECTION ONE NO 2 NEBRASKA IN 00 TIE AT HALF BOSTETTERS OF M1TIRE FREED IN QUESTIONING Missouri Thinks Floyd May Have Come Back Into Iowa CRESCO Oct county state and federal authorities today checked every angle which had any bearing on the case involving Charles Pretty Boy Floyd in North Iowa more than 300 peace officers patrolling Missouri roads the outlaw was last reported seen gave up their vigil believing i he had returnee to Iowa After questioning Mr and Mrs L Bostetter and daughter Alice at whose home Floyd and two com panions were found Thursday after noon the three were late Friday temporarily dismissed No charges have been filed Authorities are in vestigating every angle of the case however The Bostetters according to an nouncement at the sheriffs office here today denied that the man found at their home was Floyd al though they admitted the man di resemble the outlaw They did no divulge the name of the win had been there however Check With Others V Accounts given by all three of the JBostetters checked with each other to a thorough ques AgentAV en gaged in a gun tattle with the out law trio was firm in his belief that the man who escaped was the fa mous Oklahoma bandit Deputy Owens and Agent Haight seeking information as to the of Floyd when they to the Bostetter house near Mclntire Floyd and two compan ions ran to a car and speeded down the road The fleeing bandits went into a blind road turned their car and hurried back Deputy Owens and Agent Haight left their car and fired from behind trees as the ban dits returned Blazing away witti a machine gun the bandits roared away Although the officers follow ed them for some distance the trail lost Had Iowa Hideout A variety of rumors and reports concerning Floyds history and his present whereabouts were heard Reports have been made that a man resembling him had been seen in Iowa Minnesota and Missouri Investigations by officers reveal ed that the bandit had had a hide out in this section of the state for several years and had come there many times He was said to enjoy the hunting in this vicinity That he had spent some time in the vicinity of Bonair also in Howard county was learned No Clews Found Col B Marvin Casteel superin tendent of the Missouri highway pa trol today ordered all troopers en gaged in the hunt for Floyd to re Fane 5 Column 1 Stoll May Have Been Slain GETS SENTENCE JACK McKAl HAMPTON MAN PLEADS GUILTY McKay Will Serve Term at Anamosa for Stabbing Eddie Olert HAMPTON Oct Mc Kay 55 Saturday pleaded guilty to a charge of assault with intent to murder and was sentenced to the mens reformatory at Anamosa for a period not to exceed 30 years Sentence was passed by Judge Sher wood A Clock It was stated in testimony that McKay stabbed Eddie Olert 38 early Thursday in front of the Holmes cafe It was erroneously reported earlier that the fray took place in front of the Kozy Korner cafe The quarrel followed an argu ment over a dice game Olert whose throat was cut was reported today to be recovering at the hospital Judge Clock also sentenced Moss 24 Missouri to three in jail on a statutory AREA SEARCHED AROUND ESTATE NEAR LOUISVILLE Belief Body of Kidnaped Woman May Be Found Is Expressed LOUISVILLE Ky Oct 13 Fear that Mrs Alice Speed Stoll might have been killed by the kid naper who stole her from her home Wednesday was indicated today by a sudden rush of city and county police and federal agents to search the entire area around the 16 acre Stoll estate on the fashionable Lime Kiln Lane near here Belief that the womans body might be found was expressed by one policeman as he dashed up in sudden convergence of about 50 of ficers in striking contrast to the withdrawal of all guards a short time before yesterdays announce ment that the ransom demands had been met Dunlap Wakefield Louisville di rector of safety who led one par ty concentrated upon a lone aban doned house a few miles southward Child King Takes Place on Council of Regents Huge Crowds Throng Patton months charge FORECAST IOWA Partly cloudy warm er in east Saturday night Sunday unsettled probably showers and cooler in extreme west MINNESOTA Increas ing cloudiness warmer in north east cooler In extreme west portion Saturday night Sunday unsettled cooler in west and south portions IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for J4 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Second Convicted in Sjoblom Death Receives Life Term ATLANTA Oct 13 Summers the second of two Atlanta youths to be tried for murder in the and rob slaying of Max Sjob lom Davenport Iowa automotive engineer was under sentence of life imprisonment today He was con victed late yesterday The jury deliberated a little more than two hours and returned its ver dict with a recommendation for mercy as Summers looked on placidly chewing gum Judge G H Howard at once pronounced sen tence i After the sentence was passed Summers shook hands with his father and kissed his mother but displayed no outward emotion of the Stoll home i He searched it intensively from cellar to attic poking under its jartly fallen in floors but his only answerto a question prompted by the police mans remark as to whether he was looking for Mrs Stalls body the 000 ransom or the kidnaper him self was I cant say except that we are overlooking no clews Wakefield accompanied by For est A Taylor president of the Louisville board of aldermen poked into an old rotting corn crib on the place and into the hollow stump of a dead tree The officers were di vided into four parties some of them including about 35 exservice men and they combed the woods and brush southward of the Stoll estate Jobless Suspect Freed CHARLESTON W Va Oct 13 Childres an unemploy ed man from Cleveland was re leased today after being held 24 hours for questioning about the kid naping of Mrs Alice Stoll in Lou sville Ky Neal Charged With Slaying Ida Hanson CRIPPLE CREEK Colo Oct 13 TVFirst degree murder charges were filed in district court today against Charles W Neal Colorado exconvict accused of beating to death Miss Ida Hanson 55 year old milliner formerly of Osceola Nebr William H Haywood department of justice agent said he is satis fied that Childres knows nothing ahout the case The former telephone linesman who came to Charleston to seek em ployment left the city jail with his mother after shaking hands with the officers and telling them Im going to stay in Charleston and Ill be glad to help you in any way I can He joked with Haywood and the city policeman who took him into custody early yesterday after find ing tufts of hair in the back of an automobile Childres brought here from Louisville Railroad Station to Meet Peter By CHARLES M MEISTER CooyriKlit by Associated Preis BELGRADE Yugoslavia Oct 13 the dignity and solemnity of a born sovereign young King Peter II of Yugoslavia took his place to day on the regency council which will guide the destinies of the late King Alexanders country The 11 year old king arrived only this morning with his widowed mo ther and his grandmother Queen Marie of Rumania and was greet ed with a scene of unprecedented popular acclamation and devotion from the populace and officialdom Council Meeting Informal The council meeting was infor mal designed to acquaint all mem bers of the regency with the young ioverign whom some of the re gents had not yet met Peters ac ual coronation will not occur until he is 18 years old Peter arrived at a m ac companied by the widowed queen and her mother dowager Queen Marie of Rumania Three weeks ago the 11 year ok Peter left here as a simple schoo boy on his way to England to b educated Today he returned a king Crowds All through the night hug crowds thronged the railroad sta tion When they caught sight of th smiling boy dressed as simply a an American school child standin on the platform of the train wav ing his handkerchief tears of pit and sympathy mingled with th cries of joy and affection from th multitude The widow of Alexander was to exhausted from the long train ride and mental and bodily afflictions to participate in the welcome As she was assisted from the trainwith her mother on one side and the little king manfully supporting her on the other a murmur of pity rose rom the crowd for the peasants of Yugoslavia who call her our little mother hold a deep affection for her Sits Between Queens When members of the regency in cluding Prince Paul cousin of the iate king cabinet ministers and members of parliament had accord ed the royal family the official wel come Peter sitting between two tragic visaged queens was driven in a closed automobile to the pal YUGOSLAVIAN REGENT Mae West Believes Censorship Needed Outside of Movies LOS ANGELES Oct 13 Mae West believes the time has come for some censorship outside the movies Going into character at a tea timonial dinner for Emanuel Cohen a film company official here last night she said I think its time I should do a little censoring about some of the stories going the rounds about me But if you hear any new ones come up and see me The willof the slain King Alexander of Yugoslavia named his cousin Prince Paul as one member of the three man regency council to serve during the reign of the nations new boy king Peter II Asso ciated Press TERRORIsfBAND BEHIND SLAYING Identify Assassin Suspects as Members of Yugoslav Refugee Order BULLETIN PARIS Oct 13 Cheron minister of justice re signed today from the French cabinet under opposition fire By RICHARD G MASSOCK Cnpyrigiit 1034 by The Associated Tress Maximum Friday Minimum in Night At 8 A M Saturday 78 45 55 WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO Oct 13 Weather outlook for the week beginning Oc tober 15 For the upper Mississippi and tower Missouri valleys and the northern and central great plains Generally fair north unsettled south portions beginning of week followed by mostly fair remainder of week except showers in northern sections Wednesday and Thursday temperatures near normal Hutchins Expected to Be NRA Labor Board Chief CHICAGO Oct 13 ent rumors that Robert Maynard Hutchins youthful president of the University of Chicago was about to take a years leave of absence to accept a position as chief of the NRAs national labor relations board were undenied here today Huthins refusing to either con firm or deny the reports merely said If I am appointed to a post with the government the announcement should come from Washington Hutchins who is now 35 years old has been president of the uni versity since 1929 A year ago he became connected with the national recovery administation as chairman of the Chicago regional IaTxr board He announced his resignation from that position last May 22 prior to I spending the summer in Europe ace At the Palace Peter rushed to his two younger brothers threw his arms around them and kissed them repeatedly Tomislav 6 who had not been told of his fathers tragic death at Marseille asked But Pe ter where is papa Oh brother hes gone on a long journey Peter replied soothingly attempting at the same time to re strain his tears Amazing precautions were taken by the police and the army to pre vent a repetition of the Marseille tragedy No one except government officers and relatives of the royal family was permitted to come with in reach of Peter who was guarded as would he a priceless delicate jewel Round Up Suspects Ever since Alexanders assassina tion the police have been rounding up hundreds of suspects and in i Turn lo pace 2 Column U S Gives Answer to China Regarding Purchase of Silver WASHINGTON Oct 13 Undersecretary of State Phillips an nounced today that the American governments note to China con cerning this governments silver purchasing program had been de livered to Dr SakKe Alfred Sze the Chinese minister late yesterday and was being forwarded by him to Nanking Phillips gave no indication of the PARIS Oct terrorist band Ustashi which Yugoslavia accuses Hungary of harboring was identified by the French surete na tionale today as the sinister power behind the assassinations of King Alexander of Yugoslavia and Louis Barthou of France at Marseille Tuesday Two suspects held in Annemasse and two men who escaped the police hunt for accomplices of Petrus Kalemen the actual assassin were identified from photographs as members of the Yugoslav refugee organization Ustashi which ia al leged to he headed by a man named V E Paverich It was this organization said the police which sent a pretty brown haired woman to carry the gangs guns to France The gun molls name was Marie Vjoudroch the po lice said The girl escaped cap ture Two Other Fugitives The other two fugitives arc Sylvester Chalny alias Malny and Egon Kramer Their photographs were identified as those of Zilni and Egon Kvatcrnik Yugoslav terror ists A sailor Antoine Olah was ar rested in Marseille where the surete nationale immediately began grill ing him as a suspected accomplice Turn to Insr J Column XI GERMANY PUNS TO DROP TRADE PACT WITH U S Envoy Expresses Hope New Treaty Will Be Negotiated By LLOYD A IEHKBASS Copvrlcht 11134 hy The Ansocinleil VresiO WASHINGTON Oct 13 The economically harassed German government today made a drastic move to clarify its involved eco nomic and financial relations with the United States by announcing its intention of terminating its un conditional most favored natiot commercial treaty with this coun try on Oct 14 1935 Dr Hans Luther the German ambassador served official notice in a formal note delivered to As sistant Secretary of State Phillip that the reich would abrogate th treaty next year At the same time he was under stood to have expressed the hop that a new reciprocal without the mostfavorednatio be negotiated by th two governments in the trad agreements program now bein carriedon by President Rooseve and that mutually profitable tra would continue Model of Pacts The German treaty the first and I model of the pacts negotiated by this country after it adopted the principal ofunconditional mostfav orednation treatment in commer cial agreements has governed trade and commerce between the two na tions since 1925 Germanys denunciation of the treaty climaxes a series of diplo matic representations growing out of the Hitler governments strict control of all imports extensive system of monopolies and drastic quota limitations The United States has made sev eral representations to Berlin al leging discrimination against Amer ican goods through operation of one or more of the drastic econom ic and financial decrees and Ger many called attention to the most favorednation clause when the United States established liquor quotas immediately after prohibi tion was repealed Hampered by Treaty Abrogation of the pact by Ger many was considered by Ameri can officials as forewarning that Home Rule for Farmer AAA s Goal See Decentralization of Administration in 1935 By STEPHEN McDONOUGH WASHINGTON Oct 13 onie rule for the farmer is an AAA Jm for 1935 I Almost complete decentralization f the agricultural administration vas forecast in official circles today s leaders prepared their third major drive to boost farm purchas ng power and bring production into ine with domestic consumption Officials acknowledged their de ire to get off the hot seat of criticism So in the wheat cotton cornhog and tobacco programs for next year their county production control associa tions community gatherings and ELUSIVE DASHES OF OZE SIMMONS FEATURE GAME Brilliant Blocking Done by Cornhusker Team Backfield MEMORIAL STADIUM LIN COLN Nebr Oct 13 ka and Iowa were deadlocked in a 0 to 0 tie scqre at half time of their football game here today after thrilling a capacity crowd of 33000 persons The elusive running of Oze Sim mons Iowa Negro halfback in first quarter and brilliant blocking by Nebraska backs for the fleet Cornhusker halfback Lloyd Card well on end runs in the second pe riod featured the play A fumble by Simmons may have cost the lowans a touchdown The ball oozed away from him as was tackled after skidding through most of the Nebraska team for nearly 20 yards and Cardwell who had fumbled earlier for Nebraska recovered on his own 18 yard line all state the j at the start of the i game gave the Huskers a chance 1 but the failed to get anywhere and I not until Bauei and Cardwell be gan to go places in the second quarter did the Cornhuskers show esponsibility of administering but general policies Stress 1934 Success Officials of the wheat section stressed the success of the 1934 re i anv offensive duction program and the manner in i J FIRST PERIOD which farmers took care of their 1 A moderatebreeze from the south own problems This indicated they said that the growers can handle practically the entire situation next year We hope to establish lines of ad ministration which will definitely al low farmers all the elbow room necessary in running their own af fairs one official said today When this is done the Washington staff of the AAA will be able to confine itself solely to advisory de tails establishing national produc tion quotas auditing accounts and issuing benefit payment checks Criticism Received In last years emergency officials said they were forced to draw up programs rapidly and submit con tracts immediately so that acreage might be cut and crops reduced When some plans did not work en tirely as expected there was criti cism which fell on the shoulders of administration officials By allowing farmers to express their opinion as to future action to recommend details of programs and to administer them leaders feel that much criticism can be met at the source and any taint of bur eaucracy removed nature of the reply to Chinas re Barthou of France Borne to His Tomb n the Hitler government planned enter even more extensively into bi lateral and barter agreements with other countries and felt hampered rather than helped by existence of the treaty Germany made another move to clarify its tangled economic and fi nancial problems yesterday in an nouncing that it had perfected ar rangements to pay approximately 75 per cent of the to 500000 interest due American hold ers of 560000000 m Dawes loan bonds on Oct 15 Onehalf of the amount due will be paid in foreign exchange ac cording to the German embassys announcement and the remainder in reicbsmarks which may be util ized in Germany or sold at the pre vailing discount of from 30 to 40 per cent I Mrs Roosevelt and Party Make Trip to Homestead Project WASHINGTON Oct 13 iv Mrs Roosevelt and her party of friends left the white house by au tomobile early today for Reedsville W Va to spend the night at the subsistence homestead project there With Mrs Roosevelt was Mrs Henry Morgenthau Jr wife of the secretary of the treasury Mrs Henry Goddard Leach of New Football Scores FIKST PERIOD Va Wesleyan 0 N V 17 8 St Boiuiventure 0 Colgate Williams 0 Princeton 0 South Dakota State 7 Wisconsin 0 St Benedicts 0 Kansas Gettsyhurg 0 Ienn State 14 Georgia Tech Duke H Syracuse 0 Cornell 0 Wooster 7 Case 0 SECOND PERIOD Georgetown 0 Ohio U 14 Maryland 0 Navy 1fi V M I 0 Columbia 2S Georgetown 7 Manhattan 0 Indiana fi Temple 0 Drake 0 Army 27 Brown 0 Harvard 7 CarncRle Tech I Michigan Stale 0 Mass State 7 Conn State 0 South Dakota Slate 7 Wisconsin 14 THIRD PERIOD So Cal B Pitt 20 Ienn I Yale 14 Maine 0 Dartmouth 14 Catholic University B Holycross 15 blew across the field as captains came out for the toss but the wind bore no which swept the fieldwhen the two teams met here last year Nebraska won the toss and game Captain Parson chose to take the wind ad vantage Crayne of Iowa kicked off to Douglas of Nebraska who took the ball on his 23 yard line and re turned to the Nebraska 49 yard line Williams made one yard at right guard Douglas went inside right tackle for no gain Skeues tried center and made two yards Skewes punted to Simmons on the Iowa three yard line and he lived up to all the forecasts by running around half a dozen Husker tack lers to get the ball back to the Iowa 35 yard line On the first play Crayne fumbled when tackled and Williams recovered on the Iowa 35 yard line Skews Loses Yard Skewes tried right guard but lost one Williams on a spinner hit left guard for four yards Skewes pass to Douglas was high and incom plete although Douglas was in the open near the side lines Skewes Punted out of bounds on the Iowa 23 yard line Crayne punted to Par sons on the Nebraska 29 yard line and he returned to the Nebraska 33 yard line Skewes went through right guard on a quick opening play for one yard Skewes quick kicked and Simmons retrieved the ball on his 23 yard line returning to the lova 31 yard line Iowa took time out Simmons hit right guard standing up and twisted his way for seven yards Crayne hit center for four yards and a first Build Stamp Collection York prominent in civic organiza tionv and Miss Gertrude Ely of i Bryn Mawr a candidate for the PARIS Oct 13 TVLouis Bar state senate of Pennsylvania them assassinated last Tuesday by The purpose of the trip was to assassinated last Tuesday by r quest for information concerning j a terrorist in Marseille was borne examine some of the the administrations silver purchas to his tomb today President Lebrun ing program of France and dignitaries of many He said the note would be pubj countries walked behind his na lished simultaneously in Nanking i draped casket over which Premier and Washington after a date had j Gaston Doiimcrgiie pronounced a Three Well Dressed Bandits Rob Bank in N D of Loot MARION N Dak Oct 13 Three well dressed men held up the State bank of Marion shortly after 11 a m today escaping loot educational j estimated by bank officials at be Stamp collecting as a hobby of fers possibilities of both pleasure and profit It is a splendid diversion and if pursued intelligently over a period of years iff certain to result in a collection that will find a ready market at a price far beyond your investment Send for a copy of ths new revised edition of this attrac tive hooklet and learn what makes a stamp rare and valuable how prices are determined how to build up your collection and what are the most famous stamps known to philately E v e r y b o d ys Stamp Book can be procured only through our Washington bureau Inclose 10 cents in coin to cover cost and handling Use coupon been agreed upon by the two gov ernments chool school a Clapp utfi undertaken tween S800 and IT expected to visit the i Persons in the bank were locked ich has been running on j in the vault After their release ry basis with Miss Elsie i they said the bandits escaped in a nor associate of the John i black Ford V8i car on the university in j of which was a torn tire cover with I Jamestown printed on it The Masnn City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Frederic J Hitskin Director Washington C I inclose 10 cents in cnin care fully wrapped l for Everybodys Stamp Book Namefc Street City State l Mall to Washington D C
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