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CRIME: Insull's Innings

CRIME In Chicago early last month, the U. S. Government set out to prove in Federal court that Samuel Insull and 16 co-defendants had used the mails to...

Insull Echoes

It is more than a year since Samuel Insull fled U. S. justice for Athens. It is nearly two years since the topless towers of Insulldom toppled. But...

Business: Young on Insull

Looking very prim with a black-ribboned pince-nez, Owen D. Young last week spent five hours in Manhattan explaining his business dealings with Samuel Insull...

Business: Dirty Backwash

Last week it became quite clear that Samuel Insull, biggest utilitarian in U. S. history and once the biggest businessman west of the Alleghenies, had used...

Business: Shaken Empire

(See Map) It ceased to be a matter of whispers last week. Everybody knew that Samuel Insull, greatest of public utility operators, was in difficulties. He...

Business & Finance: Insull Arrested

Once again last week Samuel Insull, fugitive from Illinois justice, slipped out of his hotel's service entrance. But this time it was no prelude to flight. He...

Business: Insull Inquest

The U. S. Senate, through a subcommittee of its Banking & Currency Committee, last week got around to investigating the Insull crash, as part of a general...

Business: Shaken Empire (Cont'd)

Samuel Insull has not bothered to conceal a mild contempt for bankers. Last week the bankers had him, tied and bound, in their hands. But what could they do...

Business: Insull & Pennies

One day last December newshawks discovered Samuel Insull in a suite of offices on the 42nd floor of that famed Insull monument, Chicago's Civic Opera Building...

Music: Tsar

The west side of the Loop facing the oily, murky Chicago River is not the most glamorous site in the world for the home of grand opera. Yet, Chicagoans had...

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