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Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (Newspaper) - April 11, 1935, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 14 THE OSHKOSn APRIL 1935 EXPECT SOON TO SOLVE MYSTERY IN KIDNAP CASE Police at Havana Believe Among Suspects They J Have Nucleus of Gang That Cot bur or ol 'the in connec- tion with tho kidnapinu laM the youne Eutinuo Fulla Bonct. wore reJrasoa today but au- thorities said thcv weio convinces the cnme would .solvftt Police that among in cuslony iliey brhrvrci thov J thr nucleus of ihc zuim loiced FflKa to p.p- r.nuom in Awciic.jr. alK-r iind i been held by the kioiup- crs. Hiah nf the mm'Minu-ir it pushing uith Pr''Mdcnt Mm- I cijem his j 3ico to aJd in prisoners ail wcie held nicacio. The paid re- lease set a record in Cuba. AT THE STRAND iMAN QUITS FAMOUS I AND GIRL i COMMITS SUICIDE SG.OOO of the been recovered. RENTS HOUSE The pohce one of the women held in connection with the crime rented the in the Ve- da do residential suburb of Havana where Faila was held. They said the other had posed as her maid. One of Isolina bill in her possession at the time of her according to the police report. She declared she drew six bills from the Bank of paid five of them on a mortgage and retained the other which police discovered. Another of those Jose was accused of possessing seven the serial numbers of which correspondencd with those of the ransom bills. Besides the money taken from the prisoners. S4.100 was found in the Bank of Nova Scotia and in the Banco Commercial. Bank of- ficials said unknown persons ex- changed the bills for smaller ones last Wednesday. Falla told friends that two auto- mobiles blocked the path of his machine at Twenty-third and Paseo streets in the heart of the fashion- able Vedado Tuesday afternoon. Several men jumped out. he seized and took him and his chauffeur to a house a block away where they were held until the ran- som money paid. The young millionaire said ne had noticed strangers him as he left his hotel office for sever- al days prior to the kidnaping. LETTERS THREATEN I Hadji Mho actually rxhalfs fire from his drinks water by monev the gallon and docs other almost unbelievable will be at the New York und on her to powdered her a I- tended to her and jumped out tiie window. She picked up Irom the roof of the adjoining building six floors When un umbulant-j lacinK up. Bud her the hotel. He knew whaij and nr gave up. Ho leaned ngaiast the Lhmshold and WCpt. I Mi.ss to whom hfe had tiiven much and wa.s preparing to Kive just one certain num. She couldn't have hence f-he jumped out of the i The tragedy occurred la.st night the little' hotel in East Fifty- Atiect. near Radio City and ihe gpjat Radio City masic hall. The body oi the .slender brunette wa.s carried through the pleasure .srekniK crowds to the ambulance. MLS.S Hamilton returned a few weeks ago from a triumphant two years in London. She had appeared in a British stage success and in a movie with Douglas Fairbanks. Soon after her her engage- La.st week it WHA Tuesday night she tried to kill hensclf. a for- mer inovjf stopped her. LH.SI night Pollard arrived at her hoU'l too late. yince last week Pollard tallied the hour after hour. lie pointed was a minor hardly comparable to all Lhe really worthwhile things her beauty and talent were going to universal ad- miration. MLS.S Hamilton shook her head. There wa.s only one thing she wanted. Pollard induced her to move from the W. A. clubhouse to the little where .she could be watched. He employed a lold her not to allow Miss Hamil- ton out of her sight for one mo- Hamilton sa id get the rubbing alcohol. I need a The nurse left her powdering her nose and arranging her coiffure. She thought she looked very charming in pink pajamas. A few minutes she returned and saw those pink pajamas through the window curtains. An instant they disappeared. Miss poised on the had jumped. Miss Hamilton's George E. vice president of the Keystone View was en- route here from Chicago by plane. The are from Pa. Wyoming Ls the only state in the United States that has no street- cars operating within its boundary. NEIGHBORS SURPRISE WAUTOMA RESIDENTS Mr. and Mrs. JU Anderson -were sur- prised Monday evening by a number of friends who welcomed them to their new home. The guests brought well-filled baskets and a lunch was served after an evening spent in playing games. The Rev. C. M. Vevle gave an address of to which Mr. Anderson responded. The Wautoma Women's club met in the courtroom with Lois Garlick as hostess. Slides of some of the world's best pictures were shown by O. W. Neale of the faculty of Stevens Point Teachers college. Some of the pupils of rural schools were in attendance to view the pic- tures and to explain their sand table model work. The junior of Wautoma liijrh school a play in the Tuesday eve- ning. Tho play was directed by Miss Bernice Simonson. 53 Main Street Strand theater today. Friday and Saturday. OSHKQSH WOMEN ARE PRESENT AT wiil drink copiously of then top it off with spray the kenxsene from his mouth and sot lire to it and then extinguish it with llie water he has previously swal- RED GROSS Hadji Ali win bc afcthe 1ILU UIIUUO ITILLI iscrand Fnday and Saturday. Washington JX is represented by 12 delegates at the American Red Cross which ended its sessions here today. They are Mrs. R. H. Bitter and Miss katherine of Osh- koph. J. H. Mrs. H. B. Wolf and MU's Nancy of La Representative Harry of Madison. Mrs. Grace K. of W. B. Carpenter .of Fort Dr. and Mrs. R. L. MacCoraack. of Arthur of She- and Mrs. George of Milwaukee. Mr. Winter and Airs. Zachow were appointed to the committee on rules and and Mrs. Wolf and Mr. Carpenter to the committee on during thetconvention. The final session was held this and Mrs. Roosevelt will receive all delegates at the White House ihis afternoon. Two Wisconsin women took part in the public sessions. Miss Kath- arine of chief of the children's spoke at Wednesday's session on New Deal for American and Miss I. Malinde of HOTEL HISTORY Although it had been reported national director of the public hpnlth niirsinfr nnd hnmp Palla had left by plane for members of his family indicated he for New York aboard the S. Santa Puala. Police said Falla's family has re- ceived two anonymous threatening believed to be the work ol cranks. A guard has been placed at the Falla residence for protection. Falla is the- son of the late Lau- reano Falla Guitirrez. millionaire sugar man. and nephew of former Senator Viriato promi- nent in international sugar circles and one of former President Ger- ardo Machado's leading advisers. Under Cuban law. kidnapers who extort money under threats of may be given the death sen- tence. health nursing and home hygiene service of Lhe Red presided at a special session on the work of that service. IS APPEARING AT STRAND years the name has been a mark of good food You wilt also appreciate the restful rooms in this hostel- ry... the newest in the loop. SPACIOUS lOBBY the spacious block-long settings rich in you meet your that out jostling through a crowd. WALNUT ROOM the beautiful Walnut Room you are entertained with radio's favorite orchestra. A delightful and vibrant floor show is featured nightly DUFFY OPPOSES CUT Hadji human will appear at the Strand theater for three beginning today. Hadji also known as Egyp- tian miracle man.'' is declared to present perhaps the most sensation- al act on the siage today. He will drink as much as two gallons of then return it in a steady scream from his lips. He will in- hale the .smoke of eight or more cigarcts and then a few minutes later give an imitation of Vesuvius. IN BARLEY MALT TARIFF jfe win 50 and onc TNorth'A'citorn Washington Burcain D. F. Ryan of Fond ciu Lac. wrote io tho committee for reciprocity tariffs declaring that he is sirongly opposed TO any reduction in duty on barley mall. Tho United States asso- representing more than SO per cent 01 the commercial malting c-apacity of the United has submiited a brief to the state de- partmenr setting fortli ihe iactual data- upon which objection arv rcdiiciion tho tariff ba-ced. to infonnauon received by D-ifSy. had already expressed a reduction ol Iht- 1 y to coi the S.x'z almond and produce them in such i sequence as the audience may dc- jsire. 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