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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA OHIO STATE f iLOW I M E M r OF ft MOI V IOWA STATE KANSAS STATE Finn NOTRE DA ME ARMY 1 2 NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME Q WISCONSIN 4 Final VOL XLI THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS ILLINOIS FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24 1934 JJ8 OHIO STATE CRUSHES HAWKEYES 407 VMIMI 4hM m MOM I I I BB TRIAL OF INSULL AND 16 OTHERS GOES TO JURORS Goverment Closes Case With Plea to Jury for Courage CHICAGO Nov 24 In ill mail fraud case went to a fed eral court jury at oclock today for a decision on the guilt or innocence of Samuel Insull and 16 codependants Judge James H Wilkerson charged the jury this afternoon after the government closed its case with a quiet plea to the jury jto decide the case with full cour jage I By tonight Insull may learn Whether the United States govern jment has convicted him of parti fcipating in a gigantic scheme to de jfraud investors who lost some one ihundred million dollars in the col lapse of his Corporation Securities company or whether he has been vindicated as a captain whose ship went down in the economic storm During the eight weeks of the the jurors who must decide if llnsull and his 16 codefendants were participants in a scheme to use the pails to dafraud through sale of Corporation Securities stock have pen mountains of books hauled into the courtroom listened to technical accounts of bookkeeping methods at charts tod heard t6e de Testarepute Two Rob Orange CityBank TAKE To Eat Turkey With President The jurors have also been given an earful of ancient philosophy of algebraic equations and something from the Bible to help them decide the issue which hinges on the qies tion of intent In the defendants behalf testimony was introduced to show that the prosecutions theories of bookkeeping were erroneous In addition there were character wit nesses and an offer to prove that it was the depression that caused the losses of the investors had that the defendants suffered with them Iowa Moderator of Presbyterian Church Hit by Car and Killed ALLERTON Nov 24 Rev W F Graham 57 moderator of the Iowa Synod iOf the United Presbyterian church was killed as le walked along highway 3 north of here when he was struck by a car driven by Frank Carton of Humeston ESCAPE BY AUTO Force Two Officials and Two Customers Into Bank Vault BULLETIN SIOUX CITY Nov 24 Sioux City police late today broadcast u message to squad cars that the Studebaker automobile in which txvo bank robbers were believed to have escaped after robbing the Orange City bank of this morning was in a ditch near Ireton and that the rob bers were in nearby corn field ORANGE CITY Nov 24 Pi Forcing two officials and two custo mers into the bank vault two ama teur bandits robbed the Orance City National bank of between 51000 and here today and had apparent ly escaped pursuing posses Bank officers who notified sher iffs forces as the pair departed said the two men were extremely nervous but acted hard boiled Pursuers lost track of the escape Division of Rockefeller Trust Fund Suggested 2 McCormick TROLLEY STRIKE BOTH ON AND OFF Los Angeles Walkout Ignorec by More Than Half of Workmen LOS ANGELES Nov 24 A walkout of streetcar and motor coach employes of the Los Angeles Railway corporation was both on and off this morning A strike officially became effec tive at a rj Pacific standard However streetcars and bus es in many sections of the city were operating on schedule and in other parts a skeleton service was being maintained In some sections FORECAST IOWA Occasional rain prob able Saturday night and Sun day warmer Sunday night and in central and east portions Sunday colder in extreme west I portion Sunday afternoon i 3HNNESOTA Probably oc casional rain in south and snow in north portion Saturday night and Sunday somewhat warmer in east and south portions Sat urday night and in southeast portion Sunday IN MASON CITY Weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morn ling Maximum Friday 34 Minimum in Night 25 At 8 A M Saturday 33 i WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO Nov 24 outlook for the period Nov 26 to Dec 1 i For the region of the Grea Lakes Precipitation Monday and m the eastern portion Tuesday fair In middle of week precipitation again before close colder Monday or Tuesday warmer by Thursday For the Upper Mississippi and Lower Missouri valeys Some pre jcipitation Monday fair Tuesday I and Wednesday with another period I of precipitation by Thursday or Fri day colder first of week warmer middle colder at close For the northern and central jreat plains Not much precipita tion likely frequent changes in emperature but ibove normal mostly near or there was no service Officials of the corporation ac counted for this situation by de claring that less than half the men heeded the strike orders The Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Em ployes however said 2150 of the total of 2500 men affected had gone out on strike for higher wages a revision o fworking hours and rec ognition of their union REPLBSiw BUSINESS GAIN Reports From Various Lines in Hampton Are Given by Merchants HAMPTON Nov businessmen say there has been a noted improvement in business and the following report given by them Monster of Sea May Be Zaweaksh Fearsome Stories of Creature Told by Early Indians 24 PRINCE RUPERT B C Nov Fearsome stories of Za monster of the told by early Indians of the North Brit sh Columbia coast were recalled to day as scientists puzzled over the remains of a strange creature found on the beach near here About The holdup men about 25 years old and heavily armed were driving a tan colored Studebaker sedan reported stolen last night in Sioux City It bor Woodbury county license plates 97 12400 The pair entered the bank with drawn revolvers held up B H Van Horsen cashier and William Wes tra and Lloyd Van Horsen custo mers and forced them into the bank The older Indians of Fort Simp son are convinced the 30 foot crea ure is Zaweaksh the terror of their youth Many white residents to agree with them W R Sampson a fisherman and his two sons looked at the remains and went away convinced it was the body of the sea serpent they saw while fishing off the coast last May Like many other residents who reported seeing a monster in re cent years they said the creature reared its horselike head high above the water exposing a mouth two feet across filled with suckers rather than teeth Dr Neal Carter Dominion gov ernment fisheries expert who has vault One of the bandits routed John Roghair assistant cashier from a back room where he was working Close Vault Doors They closed the vault doors with warnings of death if the victims came out and scooped up the coun er funds as they fled They were een shortly afterwards speeding vest through Carrnel a village 20 miles from Orange City and 4 miles north of state highway 10 It is the second time the dank has been robbed In 1930 holdup men obtained Orange City is 20 miles from Hawarden where a month ago bank robbers obtained Nearly in additional cash was on hand in a vault safe protected by a time lock Roghair said Would Receive Four Millions Each POUGHKEEPSIE N Y Nov 24 trust fund estab lished by John D Rockefeller for the benefit of his daughter Edith Rockefeller McCormick who died m Chicago in 1932 should be divid ed equally among her three child ren a referee recommended today The claim of Edwin R Krenn Chicago architect intimate friend and business associate of Mrs Mc Cormick during the latter years of her life for fivetwelfths of the fund and for disposition of the fund in accordance with distributive shares Mrs McCormick set up in her will was rejected by the ref eree Referee in Litigation An opinion handed down by Rob ert Me C Marsh the referee and subject to court confirmation rec ommends an equal division amun Fowler McCormick of Chicago see ond husband of Fifi Potter Stillman Muriel McCormick Hubbard of New York and Mathilde McCormick Oser wife of Max Oser former Swiss riding master Marsh is ref eree in litigation for disposition of the trust brought by the Chase Na tional bank of New York against the Chicago Title and Trust com and other defendants in 1917 by John D Rockefeller who placed 12000 shares of Standard Oil of In diana stock into the fund naming the Equitable Trust company now Thirst Victim Football Results consolidated with the Chase Na tional as trustee Dispose Through Will Provisions were that the income be paid Mrs McCormick during her life she to dispose of the fund by will to her three children or certain stated charities including the Rock efeller Foundation the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research and the General Education board If she waived the right of dis posal by will the trust was to be divided equally among the three children A directing committee in cluding John D Rockefeller Jr E Parmalee Prentice Willard S Rich ardson Bertram Cutler and Cyrus H McCormick was named with dis cretionary powers to act with rustee One of two bodies found on lonely Marchena island of the Galapagos group in the mid Pacific was tentatively identi fied as that of Alfred Rudolph ofParis f or mer companion of the Baroness Eloise Eonsquet de Wagner selfstyled empress of the old convict isle of Charles Asso ciated Press G Allan Hancock FINAL Northwestern 13 Michigan 6 THIKD PERIOD Dartmouth 6 Princeton 38 Colgate 7 Rutgers 0 Harvard 0 Vale 14 Syracuse 0 Columbia 6 Penn State Buckneli 13 Catholic 0 Duqtiesne 7 Villanova 0 Temple 22 SECOND PERIOD Indiana 14 Purdue 0 Georgia lech Q Florida 0 Missouri 0 Nebraska 0 Kansas State 7 Iowa State 0 Creighton 0 Drake 0 Illinois 6 Chicago 0 Grinnell 7 Cornell 0 FIKST PERIOD Colgate 0 Rutgers 0 Michigan State 6 Kansas 0 Harvard 0 Vale 7 Dartmouth 0 Princeton 12 Syracuse 0 Columbia 0 Georgia Tech 0 Florida 0 Illinois 6 Chicago 0 Misouri 0 Nebraska 0 Minesota 14 Wisconsin 0 Detroit 6 Marquette 0 Creighton 0 Drae 0 Indiana 0 Purdue 0 C tJJ UJ L11C11 shows the percentage gain in Oc tober of this year as compared to October of last year Tailor 55 per cent department store 15 per cent variety store 33 13 per cent drug ist 48 per cent grocer 60 per cent clothing store 55 per cent auto accessory and sporting goods business tripled dry goods mer chant 22 per cent lumber and coai dealer 20 per cent food market 33 13 per cent and automobile dealer 40 per cent L wno nas been dissecting and studying the remains still was unable to identify it He prepared to call upon Prof Trevor Kincaid of the University of Washington an outhority on marine zoology to come here to view it Bodies of 3 Golden Haired Little Girls Found on Mountain Death Toll Mounts to 11 in Belgiums World Fair Tragedy BRUSSELS Nov 24 WP The Seen in Womens Clothes to of dead in the Worlds fair tra DTIX CTTV Nm 01 in gedy had mounted to 11 today with 21 others seriously injured They were crushed yesterday in the collapse of a metal scaffolding on one of the halls o fthe Belgian section of the Brussels Internationa exposition under construction here Soldiers police and firemen worker at the debris all night and were attempting to recover three bodies believed buried in the wreck League Adopts Plan for Peace in Chaco Fight Decides to Make Pressing Appeal to Paraguay and Bolivia Cedar Rapids Man Waives Hearing on Charges of Murder CEDAR RAPIDS Nov 24 Mike Serdes 34 arrestedlast night on a charge of murder for the death earlier in the evening of Joseph Cat anzaro 32 injured in a fight in a downtown card room and coffee house Thursday night waived to the grand jury today when arraign ed before Justice A S Reed Bond has not been set Police declare they learned Cat anzaro and Serdes got into an argu ment when the latter one of the proprietors of the coffee house started to part Catanzaro and other patrons who were in an altercation A fight ensued police were told and afterwards Catanzaro was tak en to a doctor who instructed the wounded mans friends to take him GENEVA Nov 24 The ounaea man s friends to take him league of nations decided todav to Instead police say Catan mairo o i x zaro was taken tn hnmn Nov 24 golden haied Iowa Group Favors HOLC Continuance DENISON Nov 24 cSVThe Iowa farm debt advisory committee meeting here recommended that congress give it injunctive powers urged continuance of the HOLC nd recommended extension of the ebt moratorium act until March 937 CARLISLE Pa The bodies of three IlttlBU girls aged 5 10 and 14 were found huddled together beneath two blan kets in a wild mountainside near Carlisle today Coroner E A Haegele said he be lieves the children were dead when TV mountainHe express ed the belief that they were brought from a distance as no children have been reported missing in this vicin There was nothing on the bodies to aid in establishing their identity Neither has cause of death been de termined SIOUX CITY Nov 24 men resembling the bandits who held up the Orange City bank and robbed it of this morning were seen at noon today in the vi cinity of Struble disguised in wom ens clothing Sheriff Hugo Synhorst of Sioux county said he found mens cloth ing believed to have been discard ed by the bandits in a cornfield near Hawarden The bandits are be lieved to have discarded their cloth ing for womens attire They were seen driving a tan Studebaker automobile which John Dumphy proprietor of a hotel billiard parlor here said was stol en from him last night Struble is in the northwest cor ner of Plymouth county about 35 miles from here Will Dinc on Chicken DES MOINES Nov 24 soners in the Fort Madison peniten tiary and the Anamosa reformatory will be served chicken on Thanks giving day Harry c White of the state board of control announced KILLS WIFE AND THEN HIMSELF Carthage Illinois Laborer Uses 12 Gauge Shotgun in Slaying KEOKUK Nov 24 12 gauge shotgun William Chrp nian 40 Carthage 111 laborer this morning killed his wife and then slew himself The double killing happened at 5 oclock in the Chapman home in Carthage The only child was at the home of a neighbor Mrs Chapman was shot through the head and Chapman through the throat No cause for the shooting has been discovered as yet by Sheriff Ray Moseley An inquest is to be held this afternoon 50 Expected to Get Paroles Christmas DES MOINES Nov 24 D Woods secretary of the state board of parole estimated 40 to 50 prisoners of the Fort Madison pen itentiary and the Anamosa reform story will be given paroles Christ mas make a pressing appeal to Bolivia and Paraguay for immediate cessa tion of hostilities in the Gran Chaco The action was taken at the close of a special session where a plan for ending the war was unanimous ly adopted The session adjourned at p m after hearing represent atives of both Bolivia and Para guay Drawn by Committee The peace plan calling for the complete settlement of the armed strife in the Chaco Boreal was drawn up by the leagues Chaco committee and submitted to the 51 nations of the world represented in the special assembly called to deal zaro was taken to the home of une of the party 12 miles south of ihe city and was returned here Friday noon when he failed to regain con sciousness He had suffered a frac tured skull the attending physician the South New Liquor DES MOINES Nov 24 state liquor commission announced new stores will be opened early next week in Centerville and Fairfieid I with the situation in American jungle Previously expressed fears that Paraguay would reject the leagues plans were somewhat allayed when Dr Ramon Caballero y Bedoya the Paraguayan delegate told the as sembly in a speech that the authors of the plan were to be congratu lated They have earned our grati tude for their efforts to restore peace in South America Paraguay to Reply He said he expected Paraguay would reply as soon as possible The opinion has prevailed in eague circles for some time that Bolivia was inclined to accept the ilan Under its terms the United States and Brazil are to be invited to participate directly in seeking to bring peace to their fellowAmeri can nations Paraquay and Bolivia abstained from voting Fortysix countries voted for the report including all members of league the council of the GALE JOHNSON TRIAL TO JURY BURLINGTON Nov 24 The case of Gale Johnson accused Of the shotgun killing of Police I Capt F W Sauer here last May W1R tn tlir i n nn was given to the jury I oclock this morning at Davenport Woman Is Hurt in Auto Crasi GALLUP N Mex Nov 23 Mrs Theodore Kardel 60 Daven port Iowa was seriously injure today when the car driven by he husband got out of control struc another machine and glanced of into a ditch near here Mrs Karde was cut on the face and hea when she was pinned inside the car RELIETWORKERS PUT ON PARADE 175 March From Des Moines City Hall to Capitol 3 See Governor DES MOINES Nov 24 About 175 members of the United relief workers of Polk county today took part in a demonstration parade to the state capitol to place demands for relief measures before the gov ernor The marchers proceeded from the city hall to the steps of the state house carrying placards bearing the legends We Want Work and We Want Clothing They were accom panied by a police escort While they waited outside the capitol three representatives visited the governor to submit their 10 de mands for national state and coun ty relief measures The delegation included D A Judd the Rev Aron b Gilmartin and Kenneth Hicks Judd chairman of the group said the demonstration was one of 22 held in as many cities today and that a meeting in Washington to co nrHmnfo tTm i i ttl ordmate the effects of these demon strations is scheduled for Jan 24 85 YARD RUN BY SIMMONS GIVES IOWA COUNTER Invaders Fail to Solve Intricate Passes of Buckeye Team COLUMBUS Ohio Nov 24 Ohios juggernaut the lineup filled with substitutions during much of the play ran up a 40 to 7 count as they defeated the Hawkeyes of Iowa here today in the final Big Ten game of the year The invaders could not fathom the intricate passing attack of the Buckeyes the laterals going for long gains and the open game serv ing to spread the Iowa defense to let the ball carrier through on run ning plays Iowas touchdown came in the third period when Oze Simmons Hawkeye Negro star intercepted a pass on his own 15 yard line arfd behind beautiful blocking ran 85 yards to score Craynes kicking was the only high spot of Iowas play during the first two periods his toe getting the Hawkeyes out of danger several times Heekin went over for the first touchdown in the opening pe riod and Beltz and Wetzel scored in the second Ohio used 26 play ers during the first half of the game Boucher plunged for a third period score after a forward later al had gained 58 yards and Bett ridge counted ligain on a A 45 yard the final period FIRST PERIOD Captain Fischer of Iowa won the toss and chose to defend the north goal the wind at his back Captain Monahan of Ohio kicked off to Akins on the five and Wendt recov ered on the 12 for Ohio as Akins fumbled but the play was called oack the officials ruling the ball had gone outside Coach Schmidt rushed to the field to protest in vain Akins fumbled the next kickoff on the 16 but Captain Fisher recover ed it for the Hawks Crayne circled his right end to the 36 for first down Fisch forcing him out of bounds Wetzel dragged Akins down for a five yard loss on an end sweep Crayne punted out of bounds on Umos 17 Boucher made round left end before going out of bounds Wetzel plowed for one Crayne stopping him Wetzel made it first down on the 30 Hild getting Lateral Goes Bad An Ohio lateral Heekin to Bouch er went bad losing 15 as Leytze caught Boucher after a fumble Boucher punted to Iowas 45 where Monahan hit Akins Simmons replaced Akins at half for Iowa and Roush went in for Smith at guard for Ohio Simmons stumbled and lost five Simmons long pass was incomplete Crayne punted to Fisch on Ohios 13 where he was downed by Kelley Boucher kicked to Simmons on the 50 and he ran it back to Ohios 44 Ohio took time out Crayne failed to gain on a spin ner Monahan and Jones stopping him Heekin knocked Simmons for Turn to Pnjre 2 Column 4 Games and Stunts The season of the year is at hand when there will be innumerable larties specially of the informal kind and that means that in every ome there should be a booklet of Barnes and stunts Lets Play a iame1 fills that need It will sug est diversions for groups of all izes and all ages and the variety it ffers is a further desirable fea ure Lets Play a Game can be rocured only through our Washing on information bureau The price s only 10 cents Order your copy oday Use coupon The Mason City GlobeGazette Information bureau Frederic J Haskin director Washington D C I inclose 10 cents in coin care fully wrapped for the booklet Lets Play a Game Name StreetT City State Mail to Washington D C   

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