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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - September 27, 1934, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin S A. P. LEASED WIRE This paper is served 67 leased wire with the news report of the Associated Press. A CONSTRUCTI V E tJMhJHfane kffci NEWS PAP E R Twenty-First 6508. Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Thursday, September 27, 1934. CODB Dmtly PiblUhUc BtulBCM, Single Copy Five COL LINDBERGH VIEWS EXTORTION SUSPECT Take Depositions in Brandeau Case HOLDUP VICTIM QUIZZED TODAY AT LACROSSE TWO ALLEGED ACCESSOR- Geo. Lehman Renominated In New York Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. Governor Herbert H. Lehman was KOHLER WORKERS CASTVOTESIN PLANT ELECTION IBS TO PRESENT CRIME ALSO FOR DEPOSI- renominated by the today TT, BALLOTING TODAY TO after a stirrme ad'i MLNE COLLECTIVE BARGAIN- alter a stirring aci-j QF TIONS; BRANDEAU OF HOSPITAL. OUT Depositions -will be taken at who was shot and crippled for party dress by former Governor Alfred) E. Smith who joined with Franklin) D. Roosevelt two years ago to force ING REPRESENTATIVES C03IPANY EMPLOYES. Lehman's nomination many opposition. over Tarn-, Sheboygan, Wis., Sept. of the nearby Kohler I company plant today cast ballots in Leh-1 a national labor board election of Renomination of Governor T r _, man brought the delegates to their I collective bargaining representatives .ba Urosse today irom in a great demonstration. His j designed to end a dispute which two Brandeau, proprietor of the' selection had been a certainty for j months ago tonight cost two lives Double Oaks tavern near here some months- iand inflicted injuries upon 43. _ -o I Polls Open 12 Hours the backing of President j The polls> opened in thg "Jafsie" Data Written on Board Found in Hauptmann Home life when his place was up late this summer, in nection with the trial of Gil- bert Gilbertson and Jane Al- drich, alias Virginia Stiners, Black River Falls, for having been accessories before the fact. The case will be tried be- fore Judge Byron B. Park at the October term of circuit court starting here at 10 o'clock Monday morning, Oc- trr-a. With held Koosfet and James J. Doolmg, P0stoffice here at 7 a. m. will close con of Ta.mfany, he had the at 7 m. Nathan Sheffenaan re_ COn- support of a united party. ISo other supervisor of the labor board, candidate was mentioned Carl steffansen, acting secre- Former Governor Smith prefaced j tary of the CMcago regional labor his nomination 01 Lehman by a.board, supervised the voting. Klovving account of the Democratic party's work in lork state. Voters had their choice between striking Federal Union 18545, j _ __ VI Ui. .i. e made no mention of the hew affiliate of the American Deal policies, but referred _ fre-; Federation of Labor, and the Koh- quently to work done by President ]er Worker- association, a company Roosevelt when he was governor. Abraham Kaplan "of Tammany rising to xenominate United States Senator Royal S. Copeland, brought cheers by saying he camej tober 1. j from "the united j Tammany Hall." Two Still at Large "Warrants charging assault with intent to commit murder have been issued by Dist. Atty. Charles M.J for Leon Kent, alias Gus, and Lyle Halfacre, alias Tennessee or Tenny, Black River FaUs vicinity roadhouse floaters. They are be- lieved by authorities to "be the pair which actually entered the xoad- j "FIRESIDE house, but are still at_ large. For several days after the hold- up, Brandeau, with bullets in his chin and back, one severing the spinal cord, was thought to be dy- union. Leaders of both groups pre- dicted overwhelming victories for their organisations. Both Groups Optimistic Carl Sass, acting president of the CHEF EXECUTIVE ON Aii SUNDAY ing, but now is said to have a good chance for life, although he will al- ways be paralyzed from the "waist down. He was removed from here to a hospital at Rochester, Minn., a few days after the shooting, but last Saturday was taken to La Crosse. Take Gilbertson to La Crosse Undersheriff Irv Bey took Gil- bertson, who was unable to raise bail and has been in jail CHAT" TION EXPECTED FUTURE OF NRA, NEW DEAL FOES. democracy of company tmjOT) interpreted recent union activity as an indication of victory for the KWA, while Joseph A. Padway, counsel for the Wiscon- j sin State Federation of Labor, based j his prediction on union membership figures. "We have made a careful survey among those eligible to Sass said in a statement, "and it shows that the Kohler Workers association WITH NA- the election by_ a vote-of-.at; TO "COVER least' two to one." j REPLY TO Saying union leaders had conced- ,'ed defeat, Sass added, "even cap- tains of the picket line have desert- SCOUR DETROIT IN SEARCH FOR Acquaintance of Hauptmann Disappears New York, Sept. Ka- therine Maurer, of 761 St. Ann's SEARCH CENTERS IN CITY FOL- LOWING REPORTS THAT HUNTED COUPLE WAS AtttoMley Samuel J. Fo- THERE ON TUESD4.Y. ley's office for assistance in locat- ing her husband, John, who she said Sent had disaPPeared since the case) ue.roi., 2 against Bruno Eichard Hauptmann I PRISONER NOT AWARE OF BEING UNDER SCRUTINY avenue, the Bronx, today appealed HAUPTMANN PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO GRAND JURY INDICTMENT; BAIL SET AT "broke. Leaves With Detectives for M. W. Goodrich, 26-year-old trap drummer, and his attractive red- haired wife in whose apartment the body of Lillian Gallaher was found, centered in Detroit today when po- lice learned the couple had been i seen here as recently as Tuesdav. Feared They Had Fled Until that information came early said she told them funo Hauptmann, K g husband knew Hauptmann, and 'former German machine mm- 4-V.f.i- i_ ii-.i tice bureau of identification, and Charles Frank, a New York City de- tective. New York, Sept. the "district Charles A. Lind- bergh made a surprise visit to Bronx county building to- day and, disguised and in a line of detectives, viewed long before the body of the old school-girl, beaten, strangled and yes Lillian, described as a timid child, r husband. jner charged with extorting the from n attractive Ger- tempt to sell chances on a punch- Doard as a benefit for the parochial school she attended before she call- ed at the partment on Warren ave- nue, just off Woodward avenue. Seen Entering Apartment Another tenant in the building, Miss Gertruce Berg, has told police that she saw Lillian knock at the Pleads Not Giulty ,11, i .UUU.CUUC.I.K, tiitracnve District Attorney Samuel J. a futl af H1 who' Foley disclosed the meeting at SdS Hauptmann had pleaded not guilty to an indictment re- police headquarters that there was "no mysterious John" in the case, Inspector Henry Bruckman, charge of Bronx detectives, door of the Goodrich apartment and in was present with Foley during the ques- i tioning. t, Hauptmann's Closest Friend What happened from that mo- j In published accounts of fte irl> rf said that the "mysterious A board much smudged by handling but on which the address and phone number of Dr. John F. Condon, the "Jafsie" of Lindbergh ransom negotiations, is still legible, has been removed from the home of Bruno Hauptmann in Bronx borough, New York, by police inves- tigators. District Attorney Samuel Foley of Bronx county is point- ing out the scribbled notation, which it is reported Hauptmann, charged" with, receiving the ransom money, has admitted writing. Washington, Sept. their ship in the last few days President Roosevelt's "fireside chat" j and have asked for johs without say- with the nation next Sunday night is ing anything about getting jobs for expected to point the direction of; the other pickets. They would not do the new deal for this fall and win- i that just before the election if they ter. had any hope of winning." Cites Association's Record Reciting the record of what Sass Subject Kept Secret as accomplishments of Three veteran conciliators chosen by The White House kept the subject j
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