Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Reno Evening Gazette Newspaper Archive: April 22, 1938 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Reno Evening Gazette

Location: Reno, Nevada

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for Liking us on Facebook

  • We are retrieving your image from the archive...

  • We are converting your image into tiles...

  • Almost done...

   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - April 22, 1938, Reno, Nevada                        COUNTY RECORULR BOX 253 WEATHER FORECAST (Reno Vicinity) FAIR TONIGHT AND SATURDAY LITTLE TEMPERATURE CHANGE TEMPERATIRE AT Z P M TODAS METALS Bar 139s 6d (L J3481) Bar 19 13 (U s equivalent I New lork 42V Y 10 00 export 9 9Z V 4 9 4 55 E St Louis 1 35 St Liuis 425 York 71 00 72 CO Wolframite, nominal v 22 OC SIXTY-SECOND YEAR EIGHTEEN PAGES "RENO, NEVADA, FRIDAY. APRIL 22. 1938 EIGHTEEN PAGES NO. 96 1936 Presidential Nominee Sees Need for Congress To Assume Leadership Adequate Tax Provisions Must be Provided to Pay j Relief Bill, He Says TOPEKA Kas April 22 M Lanclon called upon an articu- late ciHzerrv today to make It clear to congiess that this huge appro- priation Proposed m President Roosevelt s new recovery program must be met by adequate tax pro- visions MUST COLLECT REVENUES The 1936 Republican presidential nominee m an address prepared for delivery to the Optimist club said the presidents proposal had ended the period of unceitainty as to the governments fiscal policy We are agim noon an Inflation- ary course he said The speech read by State Su- preme Couit Justice Hugo T Wedell after Landon was called to Kansas City by the Illness of his father John M Landon if there is a recession In business the only way out that] a ROV ernment can find is a further I huge expenditure program to be ap- plied on top of expenditures already too great then we shall go bank- rupt If the government spends money, It must collect revenues to match the expenditures It is not too late to pull up and sa e and pay our honest We can pay the public debt of these United States If we are hon- est and economical But we will have to will have to stop our course CONGRESS MUST DECIDE The nation s hope, he said, lies In congress, backed by an articulate to continue to take action and assume leadeiship Congress must decide if we are to tike the hard road or if we shall dash gaily and blindly into this in- touca'ed hilarltv of inflation by meeting our cunent expenditures for the ninth successive year with IOU s All responsibility Landon said must not be placed upon congress and ihe citizenry must not be in- different It has aheady been proven con- that when the people want something and want it badly enough, thev can get the congress to follow their directions If those who are against these Inflationary measures haven t the courage to so openly they cant blame lepresentative-, in con- ELECTRIC CHAIR DISABLED SO MEN HUNTSV1LLE, Tex., April 22 Two condemned mur- derers received a weeks re- prieve early today because cur- rent supplying the electric chair at the state prison here failed while one of them was declaring his innocence in a death chamber speech As John Vaughn, slayer of a policeman stood before the chair, Warden W W Waid called to Chaplain C E Gai- rett "Walt Just a minute The motor is down" Inspection disclosed a mo- tot-geneiator unit had broken down Waid telephoned Gov. James V. Ailred, who reprieved Vaughn and Johnnie Banks, Negro convicted of killing a thirteen-year old girl, for a week smoking a cigar surveyed the group of about forty witnesses "I have a speech I want to make you men laughn said, his hands on his hips 'I am being executed to save another man from being executed I said a prayer today and I asked Got to stop this electro- cution and he has brought warning to man to realize It against His Officials went behind the scene to inspect ihe generator. Gentlemen continue my Vaughn went on "I Icll heir to another man's crime Waid returned announced, "Well we'll to put it off Vaughn started back to death row FATHER OF Oliva Dionne Hopeful He May Regain Custody of Famous Quintuplets TAKES STAND AI TRIAL FOR CHICAGO Api 11 22 Danielsen his hp swollen from rr-v- _................... ous biting testified in a Jammed born May ze 1934 Curb on "Extravagance" in Management of Nursery To be Asked OTTAWA April 22 (Canadian i Press) Oliva Dionne the Cal- landei farmer-father of the quin- tuplets is trying to get a judicial investigation of the way their livs and finances aie being managed by then guaidians LAWYER RETAINED An Ottawa lawyei Henry St Jacques announced last night he mcl been retained by Dionne and had sent the request for a judicial investigation to Attorney General Comnt of Ontario St Jacques said Dionne hoped to regain of the htt'e girls and control over theh education leaving- their guardians witn au- thority finances The lawyei said he would seek reinstatement of Jacqueline Noel a nurse and Miss Clare Tremhlay a tearher recently dis- missed from the quintuplets nurs- ery He added that a curb on what he extravagance' in man- agement of the children s business also would be sought The legal move piesented the pos- sibility the amazing story of the quintuplets birth their fight for life and their story book accumu- lation of a fortune of S750 000 made in movies and advertising would be told for the first time in a law court St Jacques said his purpose was to learn if the were being dissipated He was aware he added that the funds are subject to gov- ernment audit NURSERY COSTLY It has been estimited that Is spent each month in keeping up nursery where Annette Yvonne Cecile Marie and Emile live one hundred yards from the modest Di- onne farm home where they were MYSTERY FLEET BELIEVED TO BE FISHING VESSELS TOKYO, April 22 JaP' anese whaling ship captain to- night offered an explanation of rerent reports from the Philippine Islands that some twenty mysterious "destroyers, presumably Japanese, had been sighted off Davao Bay Kantaro Okamoto, captain or a whaling ship belonging to the oceanic whaling com- pany, said the vessels actually were the seventeen small whal- ing ships of the flotilla his ves- sel served, He said the depot ship re- fuelled the flotilla near Cape San Augustine, at the entrance to Davao Bay on the south- eastern coast of Mindanao is- land, on April 10 Owing to the depth of the water he said, the ships were unable to an- chor and th- refuelling contin- ued throughout the night. Much interest had attached to reports of the mystery fleet near Davao because that town is center of a large Japanese settlement which controls much of the Philippines hemp pro- duction In -stigations bj the United States and Philippines officers had failed to solve the mvstcrj The Japanese navy denied any of its ships had been in the icmitv of Davao. (In recent years Japan has built up a large whaling fleet operating chiefly in the South PaclfK SEIZE Japanese Open Offensive As Chinese Concentrate Great A rmy in Shantung Attempt of Loyalists to Join Government Force I Thwarted at Night Attack on Madrid Halted When Huge Land Mines Prevent Advance GUFFEY ACCUSED OF Dismissal Threatened if They Do Not Aid Ticket Of Lewis, Is Charge Investigation Is Urged in Pennsylvania Campaign By John B. Kelly PHILADELPHIA April 22 John B Kelly ciimmal court room todav of his early love for his crippled mother whom he was charged with murder- in? March truancv HENDAYE Prance (At the Span- iish Border) April 22 In- I surgent wa- fleet led by the heavy cruiser Car arias today captured or I sank a scoie of fishing boats in which government militiamen were 1 attempting to get from Catalonia to the coast further south to join the forces of Gen Jose Miaja CRAF1 CAPTURED Insurgent dispatches said the smallest of the government ships, hugging the coast were taken by fishing boats the insurgents had armed while the Canarias and John B Kelly chaiiman of the other laige units of the fleet cap- rjemocratic city committee tured a number of small steam Plesldent ROO evelt todav 1 e has craft undeniable evidence Senator Jos- Most of the fugitives made their eph p Guffey is coercing WPA workers for political purposes Kelly asked that the federal bureau of in- vestiga'ion make an inquiry DISMIbhAL Asserting thit the coeicior is through Guffey s publicity direc- tor Edward N Jones former Penn- sylvania WPA administntor, Kelly s telegram said 'These (WPA) vvoikeis are told that if thev do not support the John L Lewis ticket they will be dis- The Demonatic candidates sup- ported by LPWIS head of the CIO dash down the coast at night but the insurgent navy spotted them with giant searchlights The militiamen previously had be- longed to the command of General Miaja now commander-in-chief for all government Spain except iso- lated Catalonia They were caught in the Tortosa sector when the Insurgents drove through to the sea at Vlnaroz last Friday, driving a wedge between Catalonia and other government ter- ritory The militiamen including some officers, and the crews were taken off the government boats which sur- rendered Some of the vessels how- ever attempted to flee and were sent to the bottom by shells from WINNING DESIGN FOR NEW NICKEL MADE BY GERMAN CHICAGO, April 22 Felix Schlag, fortv-six jrear old son of a German sculptor, who came to America because "there were more opportunities submitted the winning design for the new Jefferson nickel to be placed in circula- tion next fall Schlag, a sculptor himself and now an American citizen, was notified by mint officials in Washington yesterday that his design, showing the head of Thomas Jefferson on one side and the Democratic party founder's Monticello home on the other, had been selected from 390 entries The contest carried a prize The new Jefferson mtkel will supplant the old buffalo coin "It was hard fork the Chi- cago sculptor in ilisrus- sing the design "My wife had been ill a half year I woiked while she slept arid I was do- ing some night work at that time too His wife died last month be- fore 'he model was completed Schlag said he came to the United States in 1929 because "I was always told there were more opportunities here Garrisons Are Withdrawn From Hopeh Province to Reinforce Troops WASHINGTON April 22 (If) Piesident Roosevelt said today he the warsh'p s guns send his message to congress I ADVANCE CHECKED on revising the anti-trust laws be- fore next Fndav PLANS HOLIDAY On that date he plans to leave the capital for a short cruise off Charleston S C A few of the better boat's -were occupied by insurgent crews and taken to Vinaroz The rest were sent to the bottom Many boats bore the names of other Leftist leaders This includes thf> a month salary of Dr Allan Roy Defoe one of the guardians and the physician 3 in a quarrel over his who brought them into the world a month to their parents and In connection wifh proposed ant-- ports .Aid legislation the president said Some of the militiamen told their hp had discussed monopolirs wi'h captors they had taken to the boats Senator Borah (R -Ida) at a with the intention of surrendering The sixteen-year-old high school pupil related in low tones the ciicum- stances of his early life schooling the names of his teachers, and re- creation with his father He testified he nevei bore malice toward his mother Eleanor even after she had reprimanded him Asked by his counsel if his mother salanes to teachers nurses house- keepers and guards and nursery ex- penses The quintuplets also have a busi- ness manager and a secretary- treasurer of the guardianship Wil- liam Flannen An act of the Ontario legislatuie March 15 1935 made the little girls for listening to the clamor for ever had struck him before he was wards of king untll thelr elgh. moie reckless spending SEES 'GAMBLE President Roosevelt Is gambling' he said that he can raise the na- ten yeais old Teddy replied She might she did but I needed it every time Teddy testified he never drank or tiona'nncome' byYpollcy of govern- smoked began attending Sunday ment spending school at the age of six and never But this piogram is the opposite luncheon confeience yesterday He and the senator Mr Roosevelt added agreed substantially on ev- erytnmg to the insurgent fleet This naval incident occurred as the governments numerical superi- onty in land forces almost two to The president talking to repoit- one apparently had halted the in- ers at his pi ess conference said his surgent drive in eastern Spain latest communique issued by e insurgent general headquarteis which for days has detailed a long He said he expected his message I jjst of captured towns spo.ce merely rigaidmg reciprocal fedeial-state ln geneial terms of a continued ad- monopoly message would be the second of two communications he I send congiess next week include Mayoi S Davis Wilson of Philadelphia for senator and Thomas Kennedy lieutenant-gover- nor and secietary-treasuier of the United Mine Woikers for governor Opposing this a split of Pennsylvania Democratic leaders over candidates for the May 17 Governor Geoige H Earle Jot the U S senate and Cnarles Alvin Jones of Pittsburgh for governor The Earle-Jones ticket is endorsed by the state Democratic committee Kelly suppoitmg the state com- mittee slate told President Roose-1 velt In of your promise that WPA should stay out of politics I lespectfully that Senatoi Gutfey be called to account WOULD CUT PATRONAGE In view of Senatoi Guffey s sup- port of the candidates owned by John L Lewis I protest Senator Guffeys recognition as fedeial pat- rons'ge dispenser for Philadelphia and Pennsylvania taxation of salaries of public offi- j vance down the coastal road to- The terse cominuniqje however cials and of future issues of state and bonds would be dis- patched to congress Monday pledged by his secietary of treasury only five months ago With several wavs to check the depression the president has chosen one that the record of his administration shows wi'l not work Recoviv fiom an unsound fiscal po'icy cannot be accomplished in 'the shott bieathmg spells which the administration threateningly al- lowed business Landon said If we are to work our way back to a sound basis it would mean the government must levy an enormous inrlease of taxes to bring the budget Into balance Such a course Landon said, would require courage missed a Sunday practiced piano d th because of exploita- biithday The present board of guardians replaced one set up in July 1934 when the Ontario attorney general A W Roebuck said it was neces- saiy to save the five little girls from Mr Roosevelt said it_ was Possible tured thirty-six hour before Reds Set Up Soviet State In Area and Dominate It Witii Many Soldiers SHANGHAI Aplil 22 Jlpan sacnf cing much of the province area won earh in the wai to throw more tioops Into the Central china fiont SITUATION CRITICAL The reatest coi centtation of Ch.nese force" since fighting started July 7 1937 and continuing guer- rilla lails Jipinase out- posis created for the Japanese a cutica situption The fiihtmg is In souta- pastern Shanturpr and along the Peipmg-Hai cow aid Peipmg-Sui- yuan la luays Foixec to every available man slice the chaip defeat at Taierhchwang major loss in modp'n Japanese miluarv history, the h gh command was said today to be Athdravmjr gunsons fiom Hopeh between the Uo railways Chine e reds hi e already set up a Soviei state in the area with an army o several hunared thousand troop1 and it now likely all of cent al Hopeh soon may be un- der th r domination (Japanese still let am firm control of Peiping and Tientsin major cit'es they won shortly after the conflict started with a clash of tioops in midnight ?rs outside P  to ne- gotiate for the lease of the Chateau asked two policemen why they ware even the judge who fined Bethurum, de Croe, owned by the American- t impossible to follow up their ad- vantage when the dreaded govern- ment mines were exploded in their path the state committee endorsed Jones mm IT PRESIDENT LOSES PHOSPHATE DATA WASHINGTON April 22 It s less than a mile from the White House to the agriculture depart- ment but somewhere between those two places, President Roosevelt said "CUSHION" PROVIDED T-ntu today senate members of tne conference group had insisted they would iot approve of any un- distributed profits levy which has been sharply cnticized by business hills ong the Peiping Si vuan and Peipm'-Hankow railways especially in the Paoting area DFTROIT April 22 sentatives of the Bohn Aluminum Brass Company and of the CIO United Automobile Workers whose strike closed seven Bohn plants here sought a basis for negotiation today in prolonged conferences be- hind closed doors Another UAW strike, affecting 75 employes of the Pox Machine Com- Santa Pe railroad's metal crafts TOPEKA, Kas April 22 R Ardery general chairman of the pany at Jackson Mich was settled today Milton Ryman, UAW repre- said the approximately shop craftsmen m the company s system sentative, Said the company agreed went on i four-day week today to adhere to seniority rules until May 1 The Bohn conferences, in company This move was taken Ardery saw, offices started this morning and to avoid layoff' and to curtaJ 
                            

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication