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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 3, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                V M S a 7 1 T OF i 1 2 S 4 Final IOWA INDIANAHI PJ 1234 Final MINNESOTA E ffl MICHIGAN NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME 1394 Final 1 3 S 4 Flmil IOWA STATEB a H taHJ PITTSBURGH H El B HilH NOTRE DAME il lil El CHICAGO S 4 Final NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XLI FIVE CENTS A COPT SO PRESS LEASED WIKB SJCKV1CB MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 1934 SECTION ONE NO 20 IOWA AND INDIANA TIED 00 AT HALF E A JEWETT OF WATERLOO IOWA TEACHERS HEAD Miss Samuelson Wants Streamlines Applied to Education c 4 Y DES MOINES Nov 3 A Waterloo Black Hawk ounty superintendent of schools ij vas chosen president of the Iowa i state Teachers association at the final delegate assembly of the If jeightieth annual convention closing here this afternoon Jewett received 140 of the offi cial delegate votes with 96 case for H W Banze of Davenport and S3 for Charles H Tye of Orange City J other nominees Jewett succeeds Miss Anna Lyman of Corning N D McCombs Cherokee superin tendent of schools was elected mem ber at large on the executive com mittee and Clay D Slinker of Des Moines was named treasurer both jpposition 7900 are Registered A new registration record of 7 900 teachers was reported today by convention officials as late ar rivig delegates continued to ap I from schools not closed Fri day The delegate assembly also elec ted seven vice president none of whom w Baggs AiKittrell Waterloo H Van Hettinga Mus catine Lucy E Hall Newton Lula B Reed Red Oak and F G Stith Harlan Streamline Education The modern streamline principle of transnortation needs to be ap plied to American education for better performance and less resis tanct in the educational program Miss Agnes Samuelson state super intendent of public instruction to day told the association We should hear more about the place of education in our fight for reconstruction for no recovery pro gram will be complete unless edu cation is included she asserted But to find the proper stream line pattern she said will take a psychic foresight and telescopic study of the future by educational leaders Envision New Order They mast envision new orders of things as foreign to us today as alphabetical government permanent waves rumble seats insulin and electric refrigeration were to our grandparents Iowa will seek to supply the mod ern need by enlarging the scope of an education planning carried on for several years Miss Samuelson said Already the instructional pro gram has been revised and studied Turn to Pane 2 Column 1 The Weather FORECAST IOWA Partly cloudy in the extreme west showers in the central and east portions cold er Saturday night Sunday fair and colder in extreme east somewhat warmer in extreme west portion MINNESOTA Partly cloudy in west rain in southeast and rain or snow in northeast por tion colder in east and south portions Saturday night Sun day partly cloudy somewhat warmer in extreme west IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 46 Minimum in Night 36 At 8 A M Saturday 40 Rainfall 71 More than half of Novembers 40 year average inches in the early morning hours Saturday and the drizzle continued into the day driven by a chilly northeast wind WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO Nov 3 outlook for the period Nov 5 to 10 For the upper Mississipi and low er Missouri valleys Precipitation first of week and again about mid dle frequent changes in tempera ture but mostly near or above nor mal A and P to Reopen Its Stores in Cleveland Fl Both Parties See Victory in Iowa Vote State Chairmen Make Predictions Name Majorities DES MOINES Nov 3 ocratic and republican leaders today claimed victory for their respective parties in the Nov 6 Iowa election as they prepared to ring down the curtain on the heated state cam paign Statements by E J Feuling chairman of the democratic state central committee and Pressey H Frank republican state chairman professed confidence as to the suc cess of their pauses when the vot ers make known their decision in Tuesdays balloting Predict Heavy Majorities Frank forsaw a 125000 votes ma jority for the republican ticket while Feuling expressed belief the democratic party would be the choice of the voters by a majority of upwards of 100000 votes Iowa has turned back to the re publican party was Franks dec laration in noting what he said had been a definite swing to the repub lican candidates and republican principles since the opening of the campH Contrasting with this was Feul ings assertion that republicans by the thousands have seen fit to join the democrats this year and Iowa is as sure to go democratic by 100 000 majority this year as it ha gone republican in years gone by Republican Chairman Frank in his statement however declared that a wave of resentment is sweeping over the state and it will reach flood tide on the sixth day of November when Iowa will go re publican with the usual oldtime re publican majority Few Real Signs With these outbursts of optimism coming from the headquarters of both of the major parties there re mained few signs to indicate to political observers what actually will be the outcome of the election test in which thousands of Iowa voters will register their choices In some quarters there persisted a belief that the margin of votes between the major parties will not be large Of the four minor parties prohibition com munist and farmer labor is expected to poll the largest vote but by no means great enough to elect its candidates Party Splits Expected There also are reports that there will be considerable splitting of tickets although party leaders count on the usual number to vote Turn o Pane 2 Coltn WOODEN GUN IS IN INDIANA POLITICS Repercussions of Dillinger Jail Break Sound in Election Drive CROWN POTNT Ind Nov 3 wooden gun of John Dillin ger assumed an important political position today with repercussions of the desperados jail escape sound ing in the closing stages of Indi anas election campaign Republican orators charged that introduction of the spoils system by the democratic state administra tion in penal management was re sponsible for prison deliveries The republican mayor of Crown Point Vincent Youkey assigned 25 special officers to guard citizens against kidnaping by state troop ers Eight of the guards carried shiny wooden pistols They worked once before down here said the mayor and I sup pose they would again The United States government took full charge of the investigation of Dillingers escape after a secret conference in Chicago between Dis trict Attorney James R Fleming and Assistant Attorney General J Edward Barce It was Barce who was active in the state inquiry ordered by the democratic governor Paul V Mc Nutt The results of the investiga tion McNutt piedicted would si lence the critics of his administra tions jail and prison policies INSULL SHEDS TEARS ON STAND AGREE TO PLANS OFLABORBOARD All Employes Will Go Back to Their Jobs on Monday WASHINGTON Nov 3 abor relations board announced to day that the Atlantic and Pacific Tea company and the unions con erned in the labor dispute at its Cleveland stores had agreed to the settlement proposed by a board The unions acceptance was an nounced in the following telegram to the board from Thomas S Far rell secretary of the Cleveland fed eration of labor Please be advised that unions in volved in the A and P controversy in Cleveland have agreed to your proposal as a settlement of that dispute The board did not make public the companys acceptance received by telephone shortly after noon from John A Hartford president of the company Stores Will Reopen The settlement called for reopen ing the stores a week ago picketing and the union truckmen to haul supplies The truckmen struck because of alleged discrimination by the com pany against union employes All employes are to be taken back without discrimination and any future disputes are to be sub mitted to arbitration the board said The unions involved agreed not to strike before next June 16 at least Employes Get Jobs Back NEW YORK Nov 3 A Hartford president of the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea company said today that all of the employes of the companys closed stores in Cleveland would return to their jobs next Monday Some of the stores were damaged by strike sympathizers Commenting upon the acceptance by the A and P directorate of the governments peace proposal Hart ford said I am particularly gratified with the happy solution of our Cleveland difficulties Although we cannot at this time announce a definite date for reopening our stores we are bending every effort to accomplish this as speedily as possible I am especially glad that the dis agreement has caused no loss of pay to any of our 2200 employes in Cleveland who might have been the innocent victims in the controversy Hartford explained that the em ployes had been paid for one extra week when the stores were closed last Saturday He added that all the employes would return to work Monday To Open Next Week CLEVELAND Nov 3 300 stores and warehouses of the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea com pany closed since last Saturday night will be reopened toe middle of next week J J Byrnes vice pres ident of the company announced to day Byrnes announcement followed the acceptance by the company anc the Cleveland federation of labor oi a sevenpoint peace plan submitted by the national labor relations board More than 2000 local employes of the chain store firm will be re turned to their jobs with the reopen ing KmgsfordSmiths Plane Ready to Hop repaired Nov 3 trans Pacific airplane Lady Southern Cross flown by Sii Charles KingsfordSmith and Capt P G Taylor was ready to hop to day at 2 p m p m eastern standard timel for Oakland Cal on the last leg of a flight from Brisbane Australia Mrs Folkers President ACKLEY Nov elect ed Thursday afternoon at the meet ing of the Ladies Aid society of the First Presbyterian church are Mrs Carl Folkers president Mrs Fred E Trainer vice president Mrs S Gay Roosevelt secretary Mrs Earl Postma treasurer Twice while testifying in his own behalf during his trial on mail fraud charges in federal court in Chicago Samuel Insull Sr broke into tears but recovered quickly to describe his career He asserted Insull utilities contributed more toward wealth of the Mississippi valley than all the losses on any securities I might have issued He is shown with his attorney Floyd Thompson as he appeared on the stand Associated Press Photo Roosevelt Announces He Will Vote for Copeland Arrives at Hyde Park to Cast His Ballot on Tuesday HYDE PARK N Y Nov 3 13 Roosevelt upon his ar rival home today hastened to cor rect any impression that he would not support Senator Copeland dem ocrat for reelection in Tuesdays balloting Upon reading interpretations in the morning newspapers of his dec laration yesterday for Governor Lehman and of remarks in his press conference at the white house Mr Roosevelt asked his secretary Mar vin H Mclntyre to make it clear he was voting for Senator Copeland Suports Lehman In making a statement yester day for Governor Lehman said Mclntyre the president intended to leave no inference that he was not voting for Senator Copeland He is voting for Senator Copeland The president confined his state ment yesterday to Governor Leh man an intimate friend Obviously he could not name all candidates on the ticket simply because of num bers While making clear the presiden tial attitude toward Senator Cope land no attempt was made to dis guise Mr Roosevelts statement in yesterdays press conference that it would be amazing to know how many times had voted for indi vidual republicans Draws Quick Fire The presidents action in stepping out of a hands off role to appeal for the election of Lehman over the republican candidate Robert Moses drew quick fire from the latters camp Replying to the presidents praise of his former lieutenant governor as a man of courage energy fine administrative and executive quali ties the republican state chairman Melvin C Eaton said the presi dents action convinces me that the democratic party is afraid of Rob ert Moses j Collector of Customs WASHINGTON Nov 3 JP Harry M Brcnnan has been appoint ed collecor of customs at Louisville Ky The white house made the nouncement today INSULL FINISHES HIS TESTIMONY IN FRAUD TRIAL Shouts Defense of His Honesty and Denies Running Away FEDERAL COURTHOUSE CHI AGO Nov 3 a final shouted defense of his honesty Samuel Insull left the witness stand n the Insull mail fraud case this morning his questioning by prose cutors at an end Before stepping down the de josed Chicago utility executive de nied firmly that he was running away when he left Chicago in June of 1932 after his vast utility empire crashed Prosecutor Leslie E Salter ask ed him bluntly When you were indicted by the United States government why didnt you come back Insull turned to the jury Dragged in Chains I think I would have been cru cified he declared Attorney Swanson States Attorney John A Football Scores THIRD PERIOD Dartmouth 0 Yale 7 Carnegie Tech 6 New York Uni versity 0 Holy Cross 0 Temple 7 SECOND PERIOD Syracuse 7 Pcnn State 0 rinceton 7 Harvard 0 Ohio State 28 Reserve 0 Lafayette 0 Penn 20 Vanderbilt 7 George Washington 0 Jcorgia 7 Florida 0 Cornell 0 Columbia 0 Tennessee 6 Fordham 7 Oklahoma A M 0 Detroit 6 Marquette 7 Michigan State 6 FIRST PERIOD Ohio Stale 14 Reserve 0 Oklahoma A M 0 Detroit 0 Washington and Lee 0 Navy 0 Wisconsin 0 Northwestern 7 Rutgers U B squad 6 Navy B 20 rVlabama 14 Kentucky 0 Duke 0 Auburn 0 MINE UNIONS IN SECOND CLASH Policeman Injured in Less Serious Repetition of Friday Riot W1LKES BARRE Nov 3 Rival mine unions clashed again today in a less serious repetition of ARMED TRUCE IN Douniergue Manages to Save Cabinet but Trouble Is Seen By JOHN EVANS PARIS Nov 3 Gas ton Doumergue today saved his po litical truce cabinet but there wa an armed truce with two factions Doumergue stood so firmly for his ideas on revision of the eonsti tuton that former Premier Edouard Herriot and five of his fellow radi cal socialist ministers reserved their liberty The six radical socialists of the cabinet refused to approve the pre miers text on his power to dissolve the chamber of deputies without the approval of the senate after parlia ment had been in session one year Consequently they remain free to vote in parliament against their own cabinets plan This same procedure was followed two years ago when minister who disagreed with Herriots proposal to pay American war debts were authorized to vote against it re gardless of the tradition that all ministers were bound not to oppose the government in parliament After the cabinet meeting a com munique was issued which merely said an accord had been reached by a majority vote Herriot announced radical ministers reserved their freedom of action regarding the vote on the bill for dissolution Third Religion of Germany to Emerge as Corporate Body BERLIN Nov 3 third religion a teutonic faith movement appears ready to emergt as a corporate body with the state and der fuehrer as objects of ven eration The movement soon will be recog nized as having the same privileges and prerogatives enjoyed by the Catholic and Protestant churches according to a promise said to have been given by reichsfuehrer Aclol Hitler to assembled party district leaders in Munich last Friday through the streets in chains Reluctantly he admitted that he was iii communication with Chicago advisers by code cable messages when he began his flight across Europe in 1932 with American au thorities at his heels The name of Sir Basil Zaharoff Greek multimillionaire came into the questioning but Insull denied that Sir Basil had helped him avoid being returned to the United States when criminal chances were first brought in the fall of 1932 Pressed for Reason Later pressed for his reason for fighting extradition when the crim inal charges were brought to his at tention Insull declared he didnt have enough money to return to the United States I didnt have the my own come back An ordinary person when he is slapped on one Meek doesnt go eight thousand miles to get slapped on the other unless he has to In sull added Prosecutor Salter turning to the affairs of the Corporation Securi ties company under fire in the case as a hundred million dollars swin dle sought Insulls admission that tie truth about that concern was concealed from investors In Two Companies Its investments Salter contend ed were chiefly in two other Insull companies Insull aroused ans wered in anger I could have sold that stock to the public if I had represented that all its securities were in those two companies he shouted On the belief that people had in my which they still have I lived in an atmosphere of honesty in business the witness declared Shown the code messages which crackled across the ocean during the time Insull was a fugitive in Europe Insull smiled wryly You have got some pretty smart code readers he said The questioning on the code mes sages then proceeded starting with Insulls stay in Paris Left for Italy Salter When you received a telegram from the county prosecu tor on Oct 3 1932 asking you to return you immediately left for Italy Insull I telegraphed for advice to Gilbert E Porter my personal counsel here Salter Your son brought the code with him didnt he Insull I dont know Porters reply read to Insull ad vised him not to comply with de rnands for his return to the United States He was in Turin Italy and was advised from Chicago that Greece had no extradition treaty Another wire cast light on In sulls most dramatic escapade his flight from Greece on a specially chartered tramp steamer from which he was taken a prisoner last April Advice domicile Greece it said Turn o TBRP 2 Column 6 to No 7 colliery of the Susquehanna Collieries company at Nantlcoke and one policeman was hurt Reversing yesterdays procedure members of the United Mine Work ers were on the defensive against members of a younger and rival union United Anthracite Miners of Pennsylvania Relative strengths also were re versed the older union having about 1000 going on the day side at the massed about the mine entrance About 250 pickets marched on the entrance Missiles and fists flew and several shots were fired by both sides but none was struck by bul lets HOOSIERS MAKE ONLY THREAT TO PUT OVER SCORE Hawkeye Eleven Fails to Make First Down in Two Quarters BLOOMINGTON Ind Nov 3 1 and Iowa battled through the first half of their Big Ten foot ball game here today without a score The only scoring threat was made by the Hoosiers who drove to the Iowa four yard line early in the second period The Hawkeyes were held without a first down FIRST PERIOD Captain Fisher of Iowa won the toss and elected to kick Veller re ceived the Iowa kickoff and re turned it five yards to the Indiana 11 yard line On a forward pass that went wild Indiana was caught holding and penalized 15 yards Keck punted to the Iowa 49 yard line The Hawkeyes were penalized five yards for offside After one try at the line by Crayne failed he kicked out of bounds on the Indiana 21 yard line Veller smashed off the Iowa right tackle for four yards Keck punted over the Iowa goal line and the Hawkeyes took it on their 20 yard line Richards hit cen ter for three yards Crayne added two yards Crayne punted out of bounds on the EY CELL Hauptmanns Baby Calls on His Father on First Anniversary FLEMINGTON N J Nov 3 UP As his newly acquired counsel start ed plans for his defense Bruno Rich ard Hauptmann who must stand trial for the murder of the Lind bergh baby today took part in the observance of his own sons first birthday The event was observed quietly in Hauptmanns jail cell Haupt manns wife obtained special per mission to bring their baby Man fried to see his father although the childs regular visiting day is Wednesday A cake with one candle was prepared at the Flemington home where Mrs Hauptmann and the baby are living Although Mrs Hauptmann was firm today in her declaration that Edward J Reily Brooklyn attorney would defend her husband Haupt manns original counsel James M Fawcstt asserted that despite ru mors to the contrary he was still defense counsel Richetti on Way to Tell What He Will of K C Massacre LISBON Ohio Nov 3 Adam Richetti henchman of Pret ty Boy Floyd is on his way to Kansas City to tell what he knows what he is willing to about the massacre of five men In the union station there last year The first open move by the fed eral government to obtain custody of the man himself suspected of having pulled a trigger finger in the wholesale slaughter June 17 1933 was successful only after hours of argument at Columbiana countys creaking 95 year old jail A writ of habeas corpus ad testi ficandum issued at Kansas City provides that Richetti be brought back to Ohio upon completion of his appearance before the federal grand jury there over centertor got a yard at left guard Keeks punt was high and went sailing out of bounds on the Iowa 33 yard line Crayne was stopped at the Indiana left tackle for no gain Crayne swept wide around the Indiana left end for seven yards before Steven son tackled him Crayne Punts to Walker Crayne after a five yard offside penalty punted to Walker who was nailed in his tracks on the Indiana 22 yard line by Jakoubek Walker smashed guard for three yards and Veller got two more Keck punted to Gordinier who juggled it but re covered on the Iowa 31 yard line Crayne was spilled by Veller for a two yard loss when he tried to skirt the Indiana left end Richards made three yards at center Crayne punt ed to Walker who fumbled and fell on the ball on the Indiana 26 yard line Veller was smeared at center and lost a yard Veller tossed a lat eral to Walker whose forward pass to Davis was knocked down Keck punted to Gordinier on the Iowa 30 yard line Crayne was forced out of bounds and lost three on a wide sweep out around the Indiana right end Iowa took time out Crayne was spilled five yards behind the line by Oben chaia on an attempt at end then he punted to the Iowa 48 yard line Veller made three yards at guard but was smeared for a two yard loss at end on the next play Ray Fox Goes In Indiana sent Ray Fox slippery sophomore in for Walker at quar ter Keeks punt took a bounce and rolled outside on the Iowa five yard Turn to 2 Column 1 Meaning of Names Did you know there is a mans given name that means a grand mother It is Emmott This is the masculine form of Emma which means grandmother It does not mean grandfather however That word was Pepin and has been dropped Apparently grandpa is out In the booklet given names which you can now procure through our Washington information bu reau you can read the meaning of your own name and of the names of your friends and family as well as learn the origins of the names Enclose 10 cents in 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