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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 V E NEWS PAP E R Twenty-First 6508 Wisconsin Rapids Wis Thursday September 27 1934 Single Copy Five COL LINDBERGH VIEWS EXTORTION SUSPECT Take Depositions in Brandeau Case HOLDUP VICTIM QUIZZED TODAY AT LACROSSE TWO ALLEGED Geo Lehman Renominated In New York Buffalo N Y Sept Governor Herbert H Lehman was KOHLER WORKERS PLANT ELECTION IBS TO PRESENT CRIME ALSO FOR renominated by the today TT BALLOTING TODAY TO after a COLLECTIVE alter a stirring QF TIONS BRANDEAU OF HOSPITAL OUT Depositions 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 EMPLOYES Lehman's nomination many opposition over Sheboygan Wis Sept of the nearby Kohler I company plant today cast ballots in a national labor board election of Renomination of Governor T r man brought the delegates to their I collective bargaining representatives ba 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 iand inflicted injuries upon 43 -o I Polls Open 12 Hours the backing of President j The opened in thg Data Written on Board Found in Hauptmann Home life when his place was up late this summer in with the trial of bert Gilbertson and Jane 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 With held and James J here at 7 a m will close con of he had the at 7 m Nathan COn- support of a united party ISo other supervisor of the labor board candidate was mentioned Carl steffansen acting Former Governor Smith prefaced j tary of the regional labor his nomination 01 Lehman by supervised the voting 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 Federation of Labor and the to work done by President association a company Roosevelt when he was governor Abraham Kaplan of Tammany rising to United States Senator Royal S Copeland brought cheers by saying he 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 for Leon Kent alias Gus and Lyle Halfacre alias Tennessee or Tenny Black River FaUs vicinity roadhouse floaters They are be- by authorities to be the pair which actually entered the j FIRESIDE house but are still large For several days after the up Brandeau with bullets in his chin and back one severing the spinal cord was thought to be union Leaders of both groups pre- 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 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 bertson who was unable to raise bail and has been in jail CHAT TION EXPECTED FUTURE OF NRA NEW DEAL FOES democracy of company interpreted recent union activity as an indication of victory for the KWA while Joseph A counsel for the 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 the election a TO COVER least two to one j REPLY TO Saying union leaders had ed defeat Sass added even cap- tains of the picket line have SCOUR DETROIT IN SEARCH FOR Acquaintance of Hauptmann Disappears New York Sept Ka- therine Maurer of 761 St Ann's SEARCH CENTERS IN CITY LOWING REPORTS THAT HUNTED COUPLE WAS Samuel J THERE ON ley's office for assistance in ing her husband John who she said Sent had disaPPeared since the case 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 trap drummer and his attractive haired wife in whose apartment the body of Lillian Gallaher was found centered in Detroit today when lice learned the couple had been i seen here as recently as Feared They Had Fled Until that information came early said she told them funo Hauptmann K g husband knew Hauptmann and former German machine tice bureau of identification and Charles Frank a New York City de- New York Sept the district Charles A bergh made a surprise visit to Bronx county building day and disguised and in a line of detectives viewed long before the body of the old beaten strangled and yes Lillian described as a timid child r husband charged with extorting the from n attractive tempt to sell chances on a Doard as a benefit for the parochial school she attended before she ed at the on Warren nue just off Woodward avenue Seen Entering Apartment Another tenant in the building Miss Berg has told police that she saw Lillian knock at the Pleads Not 11 i District Attorney Samuel J a af 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 i t Hauptmann's Closest Friend What happened from that j In published accounts of fte 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 of Lindbergh ransom negotiations is still legible has been removed from the home of Bruno Hauptmann in Bronx borough New York by police District Attorney Samuel Foley of Bronx county is 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 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 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 of his radio talk a secret today but association he asked President Roosevelt plan swift steps among possible topics these were union obtained for the -I Named Will Hear Discrimination Cases Investigation of Strikers plaints First Task signed to Board Washington Sept 27 considered The future of NRA a word or ever since the night of the two by way of reply to foes Kohler Loss of eleven weeks pay through a strike a riot bloodshed ing to La Crosse for the an elaboration of the and lawlessness loss of dues tions today Atty M S King left dent's opinion that some business paid to the union permanent loss of to represent the defense while District Attorney Pors was uled to leave for La Crosse from Green Bay where he had been at- tending a building and loan The woman in the case who is leaders have too many inhibitions jobs for those who took part in This feeling of his that industry lence and lawlessness and nothing should take more of a position of the statement an- days her eleventh was Hauptmann's closest only be conjectured friend and he seemed to Police said they convinced something on his mind the child was the victim of a When Bruckman and Foley left erate who derived delight from the the district attorney's office for extortion in the Lindbergh kidnap case County Judge Lester W Patterson fixed bail torture of girl victims lunch Bruckman said that the industry and ordered the federal trade commission to report on labor costs profits and commission must determine er wage increases are justified under prevailing conditions Discrimination charges to U T fl continued for Hauptmann at Col Lindbergh made the trip from his Englewood N J home companied by several members of the district attorney's staff and rushed to the county building Details Not Disclosed Whisked to the sixth floor of the building in a private elevator Col Lindbergh took his place in a line of detectives and the prisoner was brought in The disguise served to prevent Hauptmann from knowing that Lindbergh the line Tmt further details meeting were not disclosed by Foley The district attorney said the outcome of the meeting would not be made public Col the district at- torney said in announcing the ing was met by several of my staff early this morning in New Jersey and was driven to the county court Bronx district attorney's office to He was taken by dismembered with a saw have said he ed there was elevator to my off ice When he came in he wore horn-rimmed glasses and a cap He was one of a line of de- Wayne Schick 20 who played the zenberg girl had been questioned He piano in Goodrich's three-piece caid her answers were immaterial chestra detained as a witness j but he would not disclose what they but police said it had ed Tiis last visit to the apartment with Goodrich was on Wednesday of last week Find Dismembered Bodr Went Up the The district attorney expressed the belief it is possible that mann was the man who went up the ladder to the nursery in the Hooper Neb Sept Lindbergh home the night the baby over murder j was kidnaped Previously Foley F was said by clerk in the leadership in the recovery drive was swered out on there today bond will also be Washington Daybook w BY HERBERT PLUMMER ASHINGTON Whatever the outcome of the November election a lot of new faces will be seen in the seventy-fourth congress Already the total of voluntary and involuntary retirements in the house alone runs up into an large figure Between two score and three score members of the present house will not be back due to death de- sire or defeat Before the cerk calls the next house to order to elect a new speaker and get going on the latest phase of the Roosevelt gram death and defeat are certain to make additional changes in house personnel Ambition accounts for a good many of the involuntary ments Quite a number of crats of the house swept in on the Roosevelt tide in 1932 or who saw their previous majorities leap up- ward in that year were deluded by that fact dreamed of moving Continued on Page Eight Take No Action On Labor Temple No action was taken by about 70 yesterday in an inter- Sees Overwhelming view in which he made plain that he if the planned no direct reply to the list j countered will present correct of propounded to him by rous as specified by the national i labor relations board and if office Continued on Page Two the United States Chamber of Com- merce Spoke of Apprehension The queries sought a statement from him on expenditures budget balancing currency stabilization and the government's part in business The open letter spoke of Hold Safety Meeting for FERA Foremen A safety meeting for foremen of public apprehension Although the FERA projects in Wood county un- president plans no direct reply some i der the direction of Work Secretary observers felt that he would seek in Henry Ford was held in the Lincoln his radio speech to assure some iness leaders that they are ly nervous The president will go on the air at 10 o'clock eastern standard time speaking for about 20 minutes Mr Roosevelt working on an of the ery agency from which Hugh S Johnson has resigned found the erican Federation of Labor ing that there is no indication that the fall season will make any manent improvement in the ployment situation Now Jobless This report said that ment after increasing up to mid- Continued on Page Two Postmaster Addresses Kiwanis The Wisconsin Rapids post office handles approximately an- Assistant Postmaster tin Panter told members of the cal Kiwanis club this noon while escorting them through the federal school building from to this morning Sixteen men were in attendance at the meeting which was under the supervision of W A Sprise and the Vocational school This was the first of a series of six safety meetings to be held each Thursday at the same time for the FERA foremen hut the rest of the city hall L J McNamara itinerant instructor in paper and pulp for the Wisconsin river valley was in charge and will be here each Thursday This after- noon and evening he will conduct three classes in the Consolidated mill to delve deep into charges that tile mill owners are discriminating against men involved in the recent strike Appropriate Action Ordered To investigate these i which have brought denials from take appropriate tion was the first task imposed on the board when the president named it last night The with the membership of the steel labor Walter P Stacy chief justice of the North Carolina court chairman Rear Ad- miral Henry A Wiley retired and Their only clue was an Omaha I more than one kidnaper and that newspaper of August 4 found Hauptmann was among the ped around the torso with other when rt f ound y that large numbers of mills were taking back strikers jin the Elkhorn river near heie by Henry Abel a fisherman The victim was apparently about James Mullenbach labor arbitrator noted Chicago Sacking to settle all disputes that tore the industry the board is em- I 2 LIVES LOST IN BUS STRIKE Germany Cooperates Berlin Sept German headquarters today assured four years old was no clue Arthur Johnson of New to his or her identity York that he would receive the WOMAN STRUCK PELLET BUS PASSENGER KILLED BY STEEL MAN DIES AFTER The head arms and legs of the jest cooperation from German child weie missing B in his investigation of the er of Fremont expressed the antecedents of Bruno Richard saw had been used to dismember Hauptmann German citizen indicted in New York for extortion in con- with the kidnaping of Baby child Transient In Custody Nashville Tenn Sept Attention of federal agents working Lindbergh One of Germany's most famous The prisoner never knew he was Lindbergh Wished to See Prisoner The visit of Col Lindbergh in the line-up at the district attorney's ten minutes from i to 10 a m It resulted from a wish expressed by the flier to see the prisoner During the line-up bergh did not utter a word Charles Brodie chief clerk in the district attorney's announced after Foley had made the meeting public Foley also said that Lindbergh did BEING BEATEN SHOT on the disappearance case of Berlin detective bureau assigned detectives Otto Trettin chief of the j not comment afterwards either to Chicago Sept day of terrorism in the Chicago bus strike held at resulted in the deaths of two old Dorothy Distelhurst was ed today on a transient Tenn sons A series of They hoped this Inan William Streithorst would be able to throw attacks throughout i some the mystery of the powered to investigate any tive bargaining complaints and re- fer its findings to proper j yesterday reached a climax with the slaying of an elderly woman last night and death early today of a man who was beaten and shot several mental agencies for to beaten and shot several act as arbitrators and to hold secret hous before by what police described elections for collective bargaining The order approved majority a point of bitter dispute in lahor controversies He said that representatives chosen for collective bargaining by a majority of workers shall represent the ers The appointment of the board lows a recommendation made by the Winant mediation committee whose findings led the United Textile Workers to call off the strike To Study Hours Earnings The president also directed the bureau of labor statistics to study hours earnings and conditions in the as hired assassins Struck In Temple missing child Dorothy disappeared September 19 as she was walking home from school No clue as to what had to her has been uncovered An agent of the U S department of justice bureau of was questioning himself to assist Detective Johnson Johnson arrived this morning Fire Chiefs Elect Miller Secretary August C Miller Wisconsin ids fire chief was elected secretary of the Wisconsin Fire Chiefs today at the close of the sixth annual convention at 65 was fatally injured when a heavy steel pellet crashed through the I windshield of a southbound bus she was riding grazed the neck of an- other passenger and struck her in the temple James Kelly 49 father of two children and a driver and dispatcher for the Chicago Motor Coach com- New Deal Complete Failure Knox Says in Madison Talk Madison Wis Sept Doubt that the Democrats would have achieved victory in 1932 if President Roosevelt had revealed the program he subsequently followed weekly luncheon at the Hotel union men who gathered in the old j proximately is the daily Odd Fellows hall Tuesday evening to discuss building or purchasing of a building for a labor temple It was decided to the matter over in the various locals of bor body and hold another meeting time in the future 9 Presided over by Ed Gilbertson of the Central Labor group and Gaspard Thibault head of the union no ment could be reached on a course of action building following the regular lwas expressed by Col Frank Knox Chicago in a speech at a Republican rally here last night The publisher of the Daily News charged the new deal was a com- plete failure and that the president's ter Mr Panter pointed out that average of money orders written at the local office while orders Policies have tended to create alarm paid out average about bewilderment among the people He intimated that the largest centage of the at the local office to mail order houses Regarding postal savings the assistant postmaster said that there were 300 depositors here with total deposits of approximately The payroll at the local office averages about ly he said Says Self-Rule Threatened Howard T Greene Republican nominee for governor said the ple of Wisconsin must choose be- tween ruling their state themselves or allowing it to be ruled by the fast-growing bureaucratic ment of Washington The time has come for the ple of Wisconsin to take back the government of their state and this they will do next November when they vote for candidates of the Republican he said Both other parties are Peritonitis Fatal to Donald f investigation convention at Streithorst at tne Associated Press said this afternoon Hudson was awarded the 1935 convention Other officers elected were Arthur Rahn Two j Chester Miller Foley or any member of the staff When the line-up was ed Col Lindbergh left immediately also unnoticed Appears In Daze The line-up caused delay in ar- of the prisoner before Judge Patterson Hauptmann in a daze when he was led Continued on Page Eight Credit Officials Confer With Agent F H Klawon president of the Federal Intermediate Credit bank 11 j vice-president J J Kuplic and Dr D C Johnson woe re-elected treasurer and i president of the Production Credit Donald son of Mr and j George McGillm Appleton elected Mrs Edward Garis 931 McKinley to the board of trustees street passed away at the Riverview pany whose have been hospital at o'clock this rx i on strike for 40 days was the after a illness Death ond victim i peritonitis resulting from a Lieut Thomas Kelly of the state's led appendix Funeral services will be attorney's police said he had at o'clock Saturday after- confessions of three men that they j noon from the home and at 2 p m dragged Kelly from a street car from the First Moravian church the early yesterday beat him then stood aside while one of their group fired two bullets into his inert body The attack on Mrs Kennard red on busy Michigan avenue near 13th street and her assailants sengers on a northbound automobile were swallowed up in the Under Freight Train Stevens Point Wis Sept from possible death a freight train Tuesday Rev I R officiating a g ram e- ment will the Will lle Shaurette nine today was under ment will be in the Forest Hill 1 the care of physicians who 1 Donald was born in Rapids on March 15 1923 and tended the local schools He is vived by his parents and two sisters i and Barbara living at and treated her and shoulders Laverne Three home Earlier a man was shot and j The body was removed to the i wounded a woman was injured home this afternoon bv Krohn and of the car x between the platform and rails but not be- fore the wheels crushed her fingers jand she was struck by protruding Corporation also of St Paul met County Agent H R secretary of the Wisconsin Rapids Production Credit association with jurisdiction in Portage and Wood counties yesterday The purpose of their coming here was to speed up loans to the point where money would be in the farmers hands 24 hours after applications are made About in loans have been secured for Portage and Wood county farmers through the local association Weather Report 4 j i j i a nome mis DV Kronn ana pledged to the new deal under which by a brick hurled through a bus Berard who are in charge of the we have been deprived of the and a man was wounded when 8 American government Col Knox said the farm policy of the national administration has been a total and that no more cess has attended the efforts to solve the ment problem The record of the past 20 months he said indicates that restoration of the financial health of the country has not been achieved Brief Brilliant Record The speaker said the record shows a brief but brilliant effort to restore public confidence by reopening banks and resumption of normal banking Continued on Page Ten dow and a man was wounded services he attempted to avert damage to a j bus by tossing a small bomb into the street To Act on Plans for New Machinery Shed The Wood county highway com- and Highway Commissioner James Lewis will meet in the house tomorrow morning to give Ralph David Baker 53 Milwaukee I approval to plans drawn up Cigar Maker Killed In Schofield Crash Wausau Wis Sept cigar manufacturer died at a tal here last night of chest injuries received when his automobile ed with one driven by Joseph Burgireno of Milwaukee on highway 51 couth of Schofield by Carl Billmeyer for the new 500 machinery shed addition to be built on the county property near the Lowell school Actual tion with FERA labor will start Monday Two Boys Struck Bruised by Car Carl 9 and William 6 dren of Jacob 640 sin street jeweler in the Daly Drug and Jewelry store were knocked down and badly cut and bruised by an automobile driven by a man by the name of Morrison Sparta at the corner of Eighth street and East Grand o'clock last night They were taken to the view hospital where it was found that their injuries were not serious and were permitted to go home For Wisconsin ers in north tion beginning tonight or day increasing cloudiness in south not so cool tonight and in extreme east and colder in ex- SHOWERS Friday Friday treme north wot Today's Maximum temperature for hour period m minimum temperature for period ending at 7 ature at 7 a m 20 49 35
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