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   Manitowoc Evening Times (Newspaper) - April 18, 1932, Manitowoc, Wisconsin                                fcPrew Staff Correspondent UP Gov ilto Jloosevelt re uiathusiastlc welcome to arrived to open his campaign for the tte presidential nomination fr than persons cheer ec executive iefl Tonight wfll make ills first pc Ifspeech outside of New York i for the nozmna J of spectators and were on hand when the private car pulled Into The throng of the governor appeared the women reporters s They present the governor who wore a ay dbuble breasted business whom the reporters on a dark gown MmsieGoes Through Trial Ordeal Member United Press Leased Welcome Is RESS1VES WATCH Speech Out fiide of New York Is MONDAY EVENINGAPRIL 1932 Member Central Press PRICE VHREE CENTS t Soviets Concentrating Troops on Manchurian Border War Imminent 4 1 V MAN IS HANGED FROM TREE ON IN CAR CRASH Two Headon Collisions Reported Over Week end in County Harold Vettlftgja a patient at the Holy Family hospital with both knee anattered and Miss Adella ta the Is also a patient suffering from and body lontuslpna the result iA a ieadr a collision on highway of Jilvtr take after midnight Japs Ready To Fight It Out With Russia as Soviets Mobilize concen trations on the Manchurian fron tier were to although not a Thorough ave been made for national ease It was The pressgave warnlngVfliat1 the sovietwill not be caught he Hired banditi are iiiffliinK on Richard Read Dies With Confession of on His Lips srva v r IT6rr reportr W rJver otthV m t WfllUB Ule wiBBlane and and Jeadlixg Wolfi Minnesotas na Bwsc party went the Hotel Iiowry cirB ln frontof ji cheer was given over be at i Governor Roosevelts de pf j man1 of as weH drew the for a gAlfred s5 o reply progressive sympathlzerB h liear the governor DakotaBad Wisconsin Each given its votes Wins Over House ttittee to His Side in convert isft6use economy commltte of the legisla s of effecting national which had been for a program or its differed jn several re saroecta from the capitu Slatedat a stormy session today an ito submit to the house an nonius1 economy bill carrying uction ingovernment tappeared that the committee with the presi nlils staggered employment ile of furloughs without li the type of a to be recommended sou re an ur They shbuft know there la single window trough which robbers creep without Official circles BtegnBl connection with De cent wrecking ol i japajjeVe troop train In Op thecopi they fteTsregclf gineered by coinplvance pteome of was alone iand was onhis way get owner of the had attended a diig it the He topass a h collision pcpurrei VetUng had reeii at thVlake and was on his cars werebadly v injuries are very ser ous Both knee caps are shatter ed into a half or more A knee cap Injury is always GVC the accident may leave he jnan a cripple for Miss Schrank suffered a severe cut to he the wound requiring 25 suffered nany otiier minor without broken onesl was brought to the by Bfeputy Walter Blesineyer artdthe girl was brought A Bauman of Fischer escaped with bruises not seriously Another Crash In another headpn collision the passengers had a fortunatfe escape The collision occurred at the inter section of county trunk H with highway William Vondroska and family moiored up from Mil waukee to visit Kazda father of feondroska sindwith ilm were on their way to Kellners When they reached H a car coming from the north caused to alow up and wait until 1 fad passed the A car driven by coming from behind the Milwaukei swung but in order to avoit hitting them and struck the car o Laverne Bay Patsy a was one of the rear of the Austin coach by the quiti severely Other the Were cut and bruisei ion Indicates ernment spokesman Bai had been in and it was ieJ firertrip out In a number of weeks the family coming here to atten the concert at the high Th Austins returned to Green Bay las night The Dvorak party escaped serious otepute te independent Hamed today wben r which of was tacen fi NAMES LIST OF BEARS Whifaey TurnsOver Hi Exchange SDps sen ate banking and currency comml tee studiedSocuments and tioned PresidentRichard Whitney of the New Tbrb Stock for moreI than two hours today bu failed to bring out to airy spscffl detail the story of marke Whitneydellvered to the cominl tee i mass of Including som contalnin to the market short This evidence was submitted In asmlttteenudelO days ence wttka repMSfof tte WO Efuiiated mob 61 Jarmers early lynched Rlch yonfessed abductor of panesemnitara with with isie termed New Tprk WorldTelegram edl xfrlal warning against effeel t American toieration of Japanese ggression In North Manchuria ab The editorialtad Indicated strengthening of these might lead them to attempt ag Soviet uggestedthe outcome cpf auch ac be a ebieflyliecause of belief In okio that Anierica1 would tolerate such WonldIntervene The spokesman denied any theSoviets apanese will Intervene in theeyfen of a clash between the Soviets and ie new Very serious consequences ma result if thereare further recent bombing fapanese troop train near Harbin the spokesman adding tha reports from the consulategeneral at Harbin Indicated that reds wrecked the The spokesman Japanwas not overly Sov et concentrations created a tens RussoJapanese ese opinion is awaiting possible de velopments from a meeting ofSe cretary of State Stimson and For eign Commissar Litvlnoff at Gen the spokesman said Clarence 102 Washingto UiaTence broke Ws arm whUe cranking a nred member at the nos ital by Andrew Clark returnedfrom i weekend and The trip was made by eight yearDld mob overpowered Sheriff Cheyenne i cpuntyi jrced the and took him to an Bolated Tiif aXspot near McDonald md froiil a As hes stood jthft tree With the noose afiojit his f or agataj ad mob right wii a girl Thursday siterr aBSatilte4 her than before Bntfliy spresxl Kansas i approached ffie resist I was sjjiiidjjsgr putslde the court told ed Pressi Ihad a chance Wc 1 the doors overpowered and where tf otter meMbers of me vere 200 or men In the crowd iViasaw that were determines i would they i pleaded with them to allow the law to take its assuring Continued on Page Column 3 MOPCHIGAGO FOR PARLEYS Party Conventions Will Be Dry Affairs Gives Pointers PROSEGTOf GIVENTALES UQUORATINN Lieutenant Tense Today Bat Stoical Claims He Killed Slayer DAN CAMPBELL United Staff Correspondent but stoical dramas Massie who is on trial with his Grace lubbard and two sailora charged with the honor murder of Joe halfcaste na returned to the witness stand oday and again went under the iearching crossfire of Prosecutor John Kelley took up where he left off Saturday when court He ras questioning Massie aboutthe abduction and killing of the ronzed youth who was accused of ravaging beautifulThalia Fortescue the young naval officers wife and daughter of Fortes It was another torrid The spurtroom was crowded Mas Fortescue and Albert Jones and whlcfr Atthr Radio Fighting Tax Bill CHICAGO raid ing activity federal prohibition agents was interpreted today by speakeasy proprietors as a cam ijaign to dry up the city for the na AMERICAN Washington Philadelphia Fischer and Berg Mahaffey and toula Detroit 00 31 Gray and Ferrell Wyatt and Hay political conventions in June ugh no official word was forthcoming from Prohibition Ad ministrator Malachi rec ords showed 125 raids In the last six days A number of dry agents outside cities have been co operating in gathering Agents were said to be making a cardindex survey of speakeasies that made recently in York to preparation for a cleanup of retail liquor A number of bootleggers and speakeasy owners said they had curtailed plans for an expected boom in view of the vigorous dry Liquor dealers claimed they had been told they were not to operate June and that the order had come from in Wash at 3 Only games oil Phlladeiphla NATIONAL XEAGUE Boston 10 NewTork Ot EettB andSpohrer Gibson and 10 Brooklyn 00 Grabowski andMcCurdy Pnelps and Pittsburgh 000 r HUbUVe committee its Investigation of short Frepch and Grace Kolp and ChlcagoSt Louis starts at3 UP Excls items of the house revenue bill to day sustained further battering as automobile and radio men protes ed discriminatory taxes those r The large automobile manufac through George Graham their warned the sen ate finance committee that the pro posed manufacturers sales tax o their products inevitably would re strict sales and lead to highe priced Two great motorists association expressing the view point of the In dividual asserted the 4 some of them whic he now constitute the max imum burden he can be expecte to Radio pointing to 50 per cent mortality and an 8 per cent employment decrease sin jhotested being selected ou of a large list of manuf acturers f o Motions for a New Trial in Libel Cos UP Motions fi new trial of the criminal lib suit against Ronald gfito Beared a way through the Jostling Nerves before iui bench Thejscene Spectators Tfraited Breathlessly resumption oifeer natives mistreated ield tte iWnetfier 1 fired When ECkhethawai said we done my mind went Clarence chief of defense sat at the counsel With him were twp Los Angeles Orbison and Williams who observed and recorded Massies Claims Insanity barrow asserts In sane when Kahahawai was Two Honolulu ert Faus and HAS ANSWER IN CEMENT BK HGHT Renews His Position as Vice Chairman of the Highway Commission An answer giving his positionIn the matter of state cement bids today by John vice chairman of the Wisconsin highway commission and former Manitowoo resident The controversy arose when the Manitowoe Portland Cement com pany was asked to meet Illinois on cement for state highway purposes or lose its contract for at least barrels of Schmidtmanns statement follows in full I have lived with thla people of Hanitowoc for a long time and know absolutely that they can be trusted to form fair Judgments on Question if given the exact I intend to fly is them the facts on the relationship between the Manitowoe cementplant and ibe Stite High the Com nissnrecenea millB on barrels of CONTACT WITH THE KIDNAPERS Claim Addition al Ransom Money Has Been Deposited NEW Contact with supposed kidnapers of Colonel Charles Lindberghs baby has been Jafsle report ed today as other sources claimed additional in ransom money hadbeen deposited John the negotiator who paid a ransom without effecting the return of the chose to statenSent through a newBreel MeduBa Portland Cement Company I mills at Company hid pievery one of the 95 through its Mam toWOft mffl and 91 through Its Dixon The prices submitted by every one the eleven mills at eveVy destination were slight When this aWard was Manitowoc waS given thirtyseven per cent of the larg est proportion given It In recent were ready toassail KahahawaJ was klUedSWi tescue cottage herk 9 after being kidnaped from in frontof Kelley questioned Massie about thenight his wife was What time did you and Massie arrive at Alawai Inn He Massie testified earlier that It was when Massie left a dance at the inn that she was at About he How many were in your party Kelley thendrew from Massie an admission that Massie took a pint of liquor to the The lieutenant admitted it reluc tantly and also said he served one drink before leaving I served a drink at the inn after asking the orchestra to play Tal he Kelley tried to fix the exact time of their I wasnt much interested In the Massie I was enjoying did you fix time of Massies departure Some one at the party told Massie testified that when Massies absence was he and a fellowofficer started search He found her he She was She had been Her jaws were Kahabawal answered her Cites Prices WeJareli the kid re turned I But behind Condons announce ment several significant reports develop A month later Illihois took bids and received prices onethird less than Wiscon The Medusa Portland Cement Company ttrfough its mill bid sfaty cents net on bulk thirty cents a barrel leas than ita bid to the state of Wisconsin its Manitowoc and Dison Portland Cement lowbidders barrels in promptly noti fied our commission that It would deliver Its barrel allotment to Wisconsin at the same price it had made to the state of Continued on Page Column 2 PROWEATH OF CONSULAR Wealthy Italian Slain by Three Gunmen were hamperedby lack of clues today in the slaying John Italian consular agent but were convinced an anti fascist plot was not responsible for the Picco was shot down by three gunmen wielding sawedoff shot guns as he started across a street with his The boy escaped Giuseppe Italian con sul at was making an in currency and With an agent in New The Daily today placet amount at rSWp Activity Activity of United States chips in Marthas fol lowing the appearance of mys tarfous amphibian plane at Renewed Interest in Norfolk negotiators said to be waiting B visit from the high seas as attest ed by three phone calls to John Curtis by If Condon has renewed his con tact It must have been sometime Sunday for Saturday he had said he still hoped to get in touch with the kidnapers Herefused to amplify his news reelstatement and sajd the public wM understand it was understood that agent to whom the reported was entrusted authorized to pay the ransom money at any day or nightHe was bound by only one it was and that was the money and the baby must be exchanged on the Mystery Contact The mysterious meeting of plane with the coast guard de stroyer MacDougall occurred early Sunday morning off Menemsha Light near Vineyard Haven The destroyer and two picket boats hove to soon after midnight with all lights At am a plane roared Immediately a red landing flare was set off by tne The plane landed alongside and all out for 30 The contact between ship plane was broken off abruptly by the destroyer turning on its run ning lights and heading out to sea Nothing was seen of the Arouse Curiosity The second ship to arouse curiosity was a naval re sembling the It steamed through Vineyard Sound and headed across water in the ci rection of New Justtwo weeks ago investigation but no motive an for suit against Konaia V TA of the Fox Valley Simare REJECT PLAN TO in 93 le will be heard April 23 by Judge Fred Senn by a circuit court JThe com who was charged in columns of the SquareDealer with makingan ex horbitant profit in cOnstraction of a breakwater for ithe Father Coughlin of gepenuent inveauj with blow while she pleaded for j ntmnced be found the was a weathy and honor able Castruccio He held the appointive position as con sular agent for 20 but was an American Picco had wide business Interests and it was motive for his mnnter His home was time ago and more recently a ware hoosehad been destroyedIn a my sterious fire His business shot to death in SPREAD COLLEGE Plans of the University of Wisconsin experimen tal college advisers for continua tion of educational efforts in four other experimental groups were rejected by a faculty commit tee today In favor of continuing a UPJTStwaned dem agogic utterances that brought an attack pn Franklin Roosevelt by Alfred have resulted like wise In censure for a Catholic priest by WHIiam Cardinal OCon eHspeaking afia CataoUe dU Cardinal archbishop of Boston and dean of the Catholic hierarchy in censuredthe Father ChariesErConghlin of of the Little forv rich ing demagogic stuff to the a thattefor a a wiiimgneBs The speech wasdeHveretf liy ofthe experimental college cardinal Jast nfghtat the imlversity cedure for conttnued applfciti TA fsijt ftnit CftTvllC not name the Continued on Page Column 6 modification of single the college in a or members of college methods to men In In men without dprmltpryarrangfr ments and housed faculty cpmmittee ap awmingness to a part pro ion to ryr a group of freshmen and sophomore Oconto Bank Is AjRe CoL bergh and Cuttyhiink three men landed in They were looking for a Sallie and It was learned that they were supposed to lmu the baby on It after paying the ransom the night prt Jersey police fa charge of the investigation continued to issue noncommltal statements on routine in Norfolk Rear Admiral Guv spokesman cancelleda Pr when reporters submitted o 20 OTONTO Receiver Perry Peters announced today that one assets ot Oconto juiauuiu assets tne ucomo 31 have been collected and a second dividend of ttTper cent collected exceed while S60WXX to ba col SEVEN STEAMERS LOCKHWNICE SAULT UP steamers and three targes were locked to Heavy bay near ParleettnM island late of strong northwest winds the ice in St Marysrivertlmpa Thfe steamers and the tip bound steamers and the barges Edas sUi Holly were at a   

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