Manitowoc Herald Times, January 27, 1940

Manitowoc Herald Times

January 27, 1940

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Manitowoc Herald Times (Newspaper) - January 27, 1940, Manitowoc, Wisconsin THE WEATHER Fair tonight; Sunday Increasing cloudiness with riling temperature. MANITOWOC HERALD-TIMES TELEPHONE 2627 Forty-second Year Associated Press MANITOWOC, WIS., SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1940 Price Three Cents NO. 84 Flames Destroy of n j *11 ii ii U.S. Must Reedsville Halil Be Upheld Damage Ta Legion Hall, Used As Coram aty Center, Rims $10,000 rirp, whtrh bruke- nut Friday night while a basketball dan*** was in progress, wiped oui tho Legion Memorial hail In Reedsville, community ranter of the village. The loos may exceed $10,000. The Reedsville volunteer fica department buttled the blase for several hours in near xero temperatures and prevented apread of flames to nearby atrurturea. Firemen laid three lines of hose from During the height of the fire volunteer# taught ta salvage some of th# furnishing#, Two young men undertook to eave an orthophonle machine, which had not been abut off. Thoro wee a long cord on the machine and aa they wheeled it toward an exit the record continued to grind out, “Oh, Johnny, Oh. Johnny. How You Cen Lovr which number ie ctaaaed by dancers as rn “hot" tune. the bydian’B Their efforts aided in preventing the fir*- from swiping through the lobby aud front basement room a of th* hall. Ongin Is Unknown A though Ih«> >r k n of the fire undr (ermined, it ss believed I mar have start rd from a carelessly tossed cigaret or cigar stub A large hoi*- wan burned in the floor near the north end of the hall where a quantity of wm.l and * - was att-!, d a o Lu ut u*i- ; r im t.. e    out til*- ti a I wk* >«imm*d with hundreds of basketball fans Attending the game between the Reedivtlle and Hrlilian high • < bool teams Only a portion of th*- * rnwd, however re mained af'er the game for dan* e Al IO 4J> p rn. tome of Judge Declines Appeal In Rhyme To Cut His Time of SNV YORK, (vip) "The object la writ. allow me to submit/ rhymed Joseph Rotbberg, 31. Hiker* Island pentenilary inmate, was to have hia petty larceny sentence cut. • The parole board eouidn t tie meaner, I pray that your demeanor WHI allow you to be lenient Make the punishment fit the crime.** Th!* and more In a similar pseudo Gllbertian vein went to Supreme Court Justice John K McGee hen yesterday in th* Bronx When Rotbberg finished read tnt, the justice wrote "The substance of your writ Is: You got too big a hit Though the court would like to please you, r find I can t appease you Th* punishment fit* thu . ne. \ uu’ll hat i- lo acivc yuui time P S.—Please don’t *’judg< rn* me an Signed Justice John K McGee-han."    , Appointed To Senate Jokii W. I homes ta Named To Tike Til* Seat Bef ak Respect For American Rights Is Price Japan Most Pay For Treaty WASHINGTON, fjpi Respect for American right* is the price which Japan must pay. official* here aay, lf she wants a new treaty guaran teeing her trade Brain#! ilia* rim history treatment by the United St af ct* The Japanese American commercial treaty of IDU, which pledged both countries not to discriminate against trade of the other, expired I at midnight last night It had been abrogated by Sect* (ary Huh last July, following re peat e«l int erf e t em e by the Japanese with American interests in China Can Rats* Duties Expiratlou of the pact leave* President Roosevelt f?ec to *aise duties ' on Japnnea import#, lf he finds that Japan J* disci i rn ma i log agelnM the I oiled Stat*** to Impose a rom-piete embargo <>n Japanese imports and *o impose --pc. tai bar Ivor * bar ce* or Tonnage tate# on Japanese vessels Th* termination of the treaty cav e* 4 on# es# frec a<a-* »« ant too lie additional act iou against the Tokvo government, such as the em bar go' • proposed bv Senate*-* phi man (It-Nev) and Srhwrilenbarh Crushing Soviet Defeat is Reported by Finn Sources City Of Flint Returns To U. S. Expects AnIH"*'    ^T“k* an- I xxv and Other War laten* Allied Win als Captured Churchill Predicts Allies Outlast The Nazis Will HELSINKI, (R*i — A crushing Russya|i.. dcf-at northeast cHf Lake Ljulofa with he capture of boga quantities of tank* and other war material by the Finn*, was reported today by unofficial Finnish source*. Four Russian division*, bal ie red ♦.AW MANC HESTER, England. (4b — Winnlou Churchill, first lord of j the admiralty, asserted today tha i odd* were Don to I against the to have totalled originally German* sinking any British con- men. were said to be In disastrous voyed merchant ship.    retreat, leaving thousands dead and ( hut ( hill rn;ttl- * typically ag wounded on the wintry battlefialda. gresaivn aperch in the pat k**d free: The Finnish source# indicated trade hail where two yeaia ag" I th* Red army had suffered It# most he proposed 'hat the League of j outstanding disaster sine* Ha ttt-Nattnn* he mini.- a i pf w <u :. IO % ■ *mn of Finland began nearly two control any aggreaalon.    I mon th# ago. (’burrhii! said he doubted the • ability of the Germany of today to ’ withstand !be reverses aa did the haisrr * people <n ’he inst wet Nazi Germany Weaker I always hesitate to say any Abandon Tanka Th* ic report# said the Russian* •i- -;-••! a”- ’    • ying 'n -inpe from sn lev trap into which Field Msr-thai Baron Mannerheim’s geo era I a thing that tends to underrate the    ted    Lhem.    had    abandoned    hun- | formidable character of the foe we «"*• °f    *nnor~J    car*, mo- have to fight." he .aid. "Yet. I ‘ tor z**d anti aircraft gun* and Othar The freighter City of Flint, shown plow nr tip < h»*mp. ike Rey towatd Bai'imore. entered TI R cannot rid rnv mind of the thought .Jan 2*. fur th** firer time ainee --tie <1* I from New Yo«k Od 3 and ran into a aerie# of wartime that the Imperial Germany of 1914 rnlttee, contended that before th HOISE. Idaho GFI John W I horns* of Gooding, for the second the ‘ tiro* In little more than a der ade, will go to the United Blate* senate p rn . some or the to take the plate of an Idaho anion .    ...    . ,    ,    .    ...    , ,    her of the Foreign Relation* Com dull'• a noticed smoke aud tlnv removed by death tongue* of flame* In the northwest Thomas llveatot k man an i bank corner of the hail Guests stabbed er wa* appointed la-t night b> their wrap# and hunted from the Governor I A RottQlfaen .** sue hall a* th'- fire department wa# < i-oor to 'he late Senator W illiam called. Before firemen could train K. Horah He accepted a' once water on ihe building flame# rf »•• e In June 192k upon the death of f , lo- .king through th* roof    Senator F*ank R Goodie* ! boma# ‘    -    • ...    ........ ill'r tlllli* (HVVaxh) again*-! lh** shipment to adveutuica din .tig which she wa# capo Japan of raw material* useful in    ___ ___ !he conduct of hostilities agatoid the Chinese United Blate* nffti ta * are inclined. however, to "m! Ugh' fin th* time being and let Japan make th* flr#t move j* %npm t Although lite ti.-nix * expiation b;ought uo Coiuweat f,,uo they had said previously that Japan couId have what she wanted lf she ca ■ » th* I nu< d -.tate« w bsf wanted- tompietr reapect for Amel la an rights Senator Gillette (I) Iowa), a mem d by German.* mid held in Murmansk, Rue -..a. To Renew Barricade Japs To Electrify Wires Around Foreign Concessions City Of Flint Home After w Historic Atlantic Odjssey iking through the roof T.»*Dv    th*    charred    *hj»-s    of    th*    wa* appointed to    the senate    In budding.    and    he    lobby    portion    of    November of the    same 'ear    he vin elected to finish Gooding* *»tx» hot wa# ••foster* hr lamia It Rope, a Democrat, in I‘*32 Horah died January 19 at VAnvh ington after aet ring 33 years    a* senator from Idaho “Ne War ~ Ffedg* '“No on** re* I igha    b«-t ter fits nr ? w no was for fur > **« • s hi# col TIENTSIN, t/P Japanese barr! ade* around ’he British    and tending embargo measure* were    French concesalons in Tientsin    will    (jM #de<i upon emigre#* rbeuld apply    be electrified again l*eginnmg    to    ,-g    . 'he existing neutrality *< t ut th-    morrow th'- Jut anc**- military    an- Hino Japanese conflict.    uouneed today.    ?    ti I hat would not prejudice i-ti! lieu Wires weie ihatged «t iglnally U)/, * I * * 'ie -aid ami wi w <1    un Jum 2'J. six ii.ua after th# Jap    * ... tie!* mine whether    alo sn imposed lh* sr blockade    on BAI. IT MORK 4’ The ficig bl cr I i y af El ut, rtiMv ami ii fler k* < I, pulled into an Anuric a n ancho' age for the find time in four i nan th * t xiay, writing fir t lo it# *1 rang** kdyesey of intert ia I ionnl Frot adv emur ii 1 he lip of Mu* skipper of ton ship, ( apt Jo.* and from Im d 41 came again (hi mf* rapture by a < bb A »tigh’> Rap Heil’s “Economy” Says Labor Will Coin From Trust Law Probe V ,1 -Ufo! t VV oth« *iep# w * : e n**t e# n : v Iimlnued on Page ll, Col I) Order Oil Deliveries ^aorist Dauaik U. S. Keep Hands Off Peace . rn n n * k. » conresalona. i**o re#tri» lions 0tf tt;c have been mlzux* d and then tighten , i    -ti a c»    ;    on.-a r» r be immU ne'eu month!*. Forced Concessions The new tigtu*un: g wa* attrsbut ed tiy obnerver* to fresh Japaaest t»ermi Russia ar--! rH**a» makt of Norv ay Praise* Mi# Crew Qm    m*    -    - praised Die spU-mud b*ti my crew " On Or to be - J brk on us h CUini He Has Only Shifted Burden of Taxation ’ artillery- More Hed    army materia! wa* U n lh*    •*Id lh have    been destroyed. U    • H«'w many    Ru-,alan soldiera fro** to death we re killed or died of starvation still was unclear, tha Finns said, but the belief hart wa* a fraction of four Alin a long-drawn battle In that area had succeeded >. —>.M&    r-    «r~»...... Tonight * army communique was terse and nrmrrmemifat, wa ying only that attack* st varioua points northeast of I .ake I adaga had been repulsed and    "acme of the attack ing detachment* arere dispersed in entirety." Rad tub Sunk On the sea, the high command reported a Russian submarine had been destroyed Previous unofficial Finnish reports on the fighting above Lake Ladoga had Indicated two trapped United State* Soviet divisions might be beyond f r> r er a if today help while a crisla was expected wa* a Strong**! enemy Nan Gel many of today." Frequently during his speech Churchill wa* interrupted bv heckler! shouting. "We want Mosley”, . (Sir Daw ald Mosley. Bimah Fascial * nhl? leader; but the speaker, aa soon as I^ order wa* je*-tored, carried on Wit litj iii < toil turtle. Churchill said he had no Idea the war would coat but he believed that France and England in money • and man power "can and will outlast the enemy ’ ThupTnan he FT t r a I Ie! OI ic \ ova* t New • that -hic •- shat no ti * i - sn CGI th* thing * - d* I .OSTK IV »4* “Ut Amt wha! abe- » ill about rhe way. t»--*i rf k»* *1- i- • let her ha a do Rumanian Oil Companies Told To Furnish Government HUT ll AR EST. t4V’ '.heron Net r rf. ti* *i) appointed Rumanian * v*-t nnt^iu p. i oleo in di« tat«»r t*> day ordered ail o-i co rn pm rt t e* to IU) a oui a “im tam amount ' of oil to th** k * - i umeii! for Ruma man use alone. Rumanian oil companies are Owned iat grtr by Ht» rfh, Kinit k and Am* i lean inlet < ai * Warn Ayn-nit Move Hr 11 a ti and France hat* warned that *• ny move iumup* ding Bittiah ani F .••»*» ii com pa ti hem to supply o.i fin to I ii.ai.v would in log grave i onaequ’tn« a p«*aaible a w.th dismal (if (heil gum ant* e of Ru mania a Int! gi ti y. At lh*- sn me 11 rn*- (I na Ruma! v a* sn* y i »-** • i ag from B- th « unlim* Iv death." said Thomas for mer Idaho state R*-publiian < him roan and on* time na ,<*nal ID* PU bl u su rommiUeroian ftom thu* state Thomas said he ran**! “pledge" hioirfeif *♦> a de tern! it a t ion nit *v pr*««ed by Botah ‘to keep out aa:.on out of war " ve anv h I he peace," A I* list wild novelist lh lf **t be i ’    it iort< pleaded U*daf, "I Jist time sh* left large ba tv, 'ailing It th- Ll ague af Nation* aa id Ii* flu rf a member of parliament, st * D nd- n Pm ss Club Iii rte tie. n * New atle is I ut! detstand. busily d • --mg up it* p4«*r ini Ie crfH par- and * aiiittg It a federal un tun “I have no doubt that once again af-. i 'tie w * - she •* • I pop *f 1 n .. again the moment the child lo yell. No', puree ” resent hi ent aga*.:-.#' the Hritish prs?. - spbaicd prior ipaUy t*y fh« ai szuiv-r« - rf W - - rf y 1    ♦ bv a Btffieh Wanship fr rn the Jap anoe ateamr r Ammi Maru I he JapaneiM* Ultk kadi- ».*# it!’, posed no the Tientsin con- - ss ions June 14 to force the British to g: aul a number <>f concession*. Indiana Wants Parley On Reciprocity Plans !ie„h Ask Proof That Boss T<db A,, Prevalent Assffl ^ j= ’gins IND! VV VIM v. Indiana be* U pi ess ll ii* aa«d nil ami w .ii mug forthi inning th** would ha** to t« Netts said th** Sit! y to .MMI! r rf! I a, my ana ad* oui* p*.*rt»if nm pn-du n'unt rf. ti.*' Na/! > I ma n y Ii« * na for tu I the . ell ii • •rf* It rn as go* em rn em suitabl*- step# I* w as n*-t i t - tit oil fOi th*-distribution of sh tim t hi $20,000 Is Given To Finns By Wisconsin LANSING MUH. .4’. Hover am I u * ii »* I'm k < ..rfirfi ..aa ,m. ..-,i I pf, w»f that ' bossism” or aor ‘Tam maiir gang luied the slat# admin ■st ration. VddrcKrflng the NII, h!g*n Pr«-rf« .*rf#*M int ion ..*»i pigtit Gover nor Db kmson said he offered font tim* * to pay the t ip*"*** "I -n «-<li lot who iai**d ‘ l-i-*»i*tn and tam many" ihaige* if he wtruld *om*-to Uanatnr and prove hit i a#* I he ttvI rn egging hr* r i J Protest Cut In State Teacher College Pay Increase Employment V he Et ti tie v * i meet in t‘ W IS. > Ut Frat. immtssinner t IM\ talon. *ai< w att mg a I - rf Ri« -man, \V ui V lay M AB ll ING Ti 'N, l*io, < nmmtaainner tie* t.*id * - • ti g * e rf * adm mist ? rf* ion a leiipio vat r inent« pi . rf-1 rf in !u "a very > --Orfldf • aide <n cmplov m* ut ai d aor*«*n< feet of the DUUS rccaasiot Indus' rte* Tegttfytng Ii.-fore th. ti and Mean# eoituttittee *• posed three year #XtMi!H trade ifreentint law I the progigm hail treat jot'# in this country th# have COOCeirabiv ctmpiat r-f-k in an effort to ret j.-i Ip-i v pa- t At Madison Wit. ID. I rued aa laying hia ala mid be . toned to I mil I*-*** I ti d-filln and Vk -rf i e* on n < into* ttv. com ma ii i th; lh ba* I VV ♦I * in in armed w Hand grenj understand charge «n. dwtb' G a I ti a t d men agami ‘•aptors and did they w a Gorman, mmurained t G# running ahi said. for Mi flour ftrtii! h pi dagr« ag I 'n pork -* AptUf* d bf*.* rfii I ski Ute nan! and NEW YORK if*) Arnold. a*-rfiat«nt attorney generni, that the present alai rn of labor    momentarily for two others. — —    O'er ’he an i 'rust t*«* nill change    Benefited by th* coldest winter M A i MSON.    VV    «    u    t;,    u‘rr..    *o confident e w hen the protectiou    in 60 years the Finnish force# khtrn t! g. v <    nm* i* I e.v.-    univ    pi.,    which tho**# tov giv # to labor In    launched    airk a Ne#* attack at »•    Ie    rf    OH • rf be* i —pf MUNI # <th/ecti*#e -rf au-.r KolhunzjkHtt and at AftftjokL P*wr shifrmg of ?he    tm-den of tax    understood    the Russian border north of th# ut! n upon lo*.ii uni'*.    The    justle# department's chief of lake A    T'h*    lui ex.,    m ,* *« re'arv    anti tnirf* pro*#* u lions dearribed in    The Fun* said th# Ruseiaa f    .    VV    .    uiiHin '    • n’v Boards    a speech pre pa re* I for a luncheon    troops at Aittofokf were the rem* •> i•.    ii;on    * bai g* ii    a I*Her to    meeting of the American Labor    naut* a* force# wittered In bat* -st rf I    •    a    -.'VO .ca' Flub hr-« «o -h irgl v t>    he    Mea at Ag a jai vt aud Tofcrajarvl; fcaid a fan anti Dust poiuy would \n.)ihe< >.*>-#» diviekm was re do 'of 'he rank and NI# of iatx ported battering vainly at the Pin* "I It " ll prevent th-rn from    n.,h Rn#*    at KoRaanjokl in ai* -sp-*' • on bv am.*ll stoup*- * ho    tempts to    relieve comrades ta tore i. Msiatuie    do not have me tnereata of a bor    other diviaiona caught too far from '*•< by ie    at heart and    their hate in the region of Kit#!*, 2 it will develop ca-e br < <«e    „ ,h.. aorth abote of Lake Ladoga. rondUieu (*f state    the freedom of labor to organise .nance* w    nut p.    rmit -pending    for legitimate labor disputes ’ pore than $3.0tM),000 of th** a J. DOO,-    ..........-— —    —      ■ pM'htbtted f lief apptepr v^r,Jot thoi ;/* d by would !-♦* tu din i luna. “Tha pre« Ui! Minty chaw of kl *!e flnait! es * vp* i. isuii*. of re-on.v aud (hat in- hic >i w av aid' aa ti. up lied Th or relief by the gPUrfitui* I tie leu i .aimed. J .ut    ,    .ne will foi i v an not bul den on the Rh ai real ’.tx payer* of several mil ILI* It a met cly shifting St. Croix Sbertff Is Naiad Peace Body Head on .1 ttna r d w - Ii British were \ OI rf .. ■- 'Ho Mi Foreign Station Ban Emphasized Bv Nazis I ilC!H lf abn "tai ne I pl,.Me At tan w ti led economy in not .1 of I he teRef appro *t a true economy for he C« nit I Ii u* d    Ti ne •eve money bt iry expense# w Edison Is Opposd l o Competitive Bid Plan WASHINGTON up Secretary * ill EDEM A i ALLS. VS ta.. Us -l a ! Simonson. #h**riff of St I iota I >eil! V rf n rf .- lev ' e-tl p. .*.t|.l,l    »<4 the Northwest Peace Officers aa :    «iM. *4 ijd v tv hid    ill# 444 ^ H ok I Whv 144 44 ft , n< . it « h* «• yeslerdav Sheriffs Elsworth \\ lain of Ki.ri. county and J, - is tx ii a; inuit of Dunn county, were elected vicepresidents -end VS ayne Hstvorsen if .New Ro hmonU, wua named ate rwtmrf.    __    _ The I PO i ti cm be i a who attended weie told tty Ray Grapier, police i rfdio engine* *    «*f Madiaort that there ti great need of police radio atilt .ta j ii U'l (bein VA ii* -d.f. a ti the V I EE ear .f Et I mer t.oveinot chairman nt th Committee anno la, eft) — Wiscon ted an,.. . haft $«o irfli iclit f fund fur VV *-Her I Kohler, st at* * mn pa ifn red totlav Hob si O ti Hi ler said that 12 rn in# and Intl md v had cont ■ ibtu**d II "OO each. mot ih** re* en' 6 p« r cen' * ut ii of tho fatuities of stats college* Th# mesas#-*- n Ile by Scretary Dial Hi i lated the governor had pledged in his , ampaign that t-a< he * waiatie* would not Re < ut Former Kaiser Wilhelm Observes 81 si Birthday Ruin a. IAX IU Shadow a MI tods' Kist hilt mer Kau DIES OF SN JURI t 8 See Ducks On Decline I anidian Birt dm* luuuixjk Eau Drought I ondihons Hungariu Fuehrer Is Wounded While Dueling ! ll. h wai It a American Dairy Group Organized In St. Paul Beyond Met# The Finns *std lack of raport* • f fighting at Hilda might OMI hew# at! audad units already were : brvond help,. F'nni'h military source# comps red the st lust ion with tho dr* ; * umstancrrf leading to the victory Of Lake K santa, whet* the Finns it off end "vii'hiaJly anuthikated" the !$Jrd fin Bavian division The Finnish command reported he Soviet dead were "coonteol ta the hundre<ts ' after a week-long Ka .-..Vian assault un t amish f arilli-rftiona on the eastern shore el Lake laid.-ga t he Finns said their fronts were "everywhere retained.4 ’ he Russians were reported! re pul*- " ut a inaas attack against the land foil* of Mantatn. just off the shore if the lake in the ana theft. em oruer of Finland, where the F-ntm sad the enemy left "more 'hart 10" de.'d Refoi e our position# a Ba ids Let Up 4    -    n tm-a of Russian artil- *    h    of    be Arctic Circle led .levo 'hr enemy wa* V    ilk u pre jva * a t Ion for I ,    i ,t    uh r« attal dovtet bee# ta Ihe Sails sector. v    -ahi they    K* ll**v#d a *-    p    rn ai. rf id# indicated e Hi -*# t'.# w*experiencing dff* ,    j .(j    bombe awd «    lo    r.stoiiiaa naval »a«r# \    .    .-if    .I    -    a ■ wine ii t wrfierday i    »-is    . elative!? rf-    .4    ' i<.    I milled    'o northern Flue ,    v»    t.    140 txim >a were pp* d ii *!:«*;■ c<>mmutitties Un# pt rn u "*•> k ■'’• d *nif three Wmr Jed, Ar Fin Of reported Hail And Steel Executives See Good First Quarter I he Weather ,-R ::. ii : *ili\ia (rf god gtv cl tai lo Coast hnbnobbt iquet her*, looked -"i ca rn toga fiir th* ©ffu (ft a «‘uid lead us to a i pel My so we Wtvu Id pend un wa*a whit' R I,    VV MBs ma No I lh VV r-al ectl i ■ ii « Negro Din In Beloit Hospital ot Knife Cut Mysten Of Death \ alley Scott} Deepened By Note and RFI ui. , VV i i»h f 4*1 in o s I ie va. 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