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19 Apr 1937

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19 Apr 1937

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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Appleton, WisconsinWeather fair tonight and tuesday cooler in East tonight. Appleton Post Crescent final edition Hub 1ia1lt estaklisuj5d 1883 cke5ce.nx established 18m Twenty two pages Appleton Wisconsin monday april 19. 1937 Price three cents leased Wirk serve cd of the associated press budget issues to be debated at conference at White House Roosevelt to submit Fig ures to 10 administration chiefs fear new deficit revised estimate due to be handed to con i Gress this week president Roo Sevelt called 10 administration Lead ers to the White House today to so Over a new set of budget figures for the next fiscal year. Among those invited to the con Ference to be held late in the after Mother and 8 children die in farm fire mrs. Harris arrives in Appleton ready to open As Trio cooking school tomorrow denies guilt mrs. Bertha Harris new lecturer demonstrator for this year s Post j Crescent cooking school which Muskego. Farm Mother and eight of her Tea children perished last night when an explosive demolished their two Story Frame Home Coroner Martin e. Fromm said evidence indicated 50 pounds of explosive stored in the basement t a nor i a 4 to r a Vas responsible for the tragedy. Be jsal.1v planned to Confer further today s. J. Slim Scarborough who Wilh the attorney. Explosive stored in base ment responsible i 1 opens at 9 o clock tomorrow scorn believes 1 my at the Rio theater arrived in Appleton Trig morning and immedi cause not kaolin lately the plans for the 4-Day Institute Wear into the final Ian As tells incoherent mrs. _ Harris went about the City 3 meeting cooperating mercy sets Anc j selecting her equipment. I tickets for the four sessions of the cooking school Are going rapidly. Several merchants having called the Post Crescent office to re. Port that they were completely sold out and wished More tickets to meet the demand. Indications Are May it is trial Date for i thai by the time the first session opens tomorrow morning every seat in the Rio theater will foe of begin suit for building halted 1 o As unions seek for closed shop Kaukauna mayor and two aldermen Farmer Story of tragedy near Muskego if any cooking school tickets remain at the various business places they will be picked up late this afternoon and brought to the Post Crescent office where they will be available until 7 o clock this evening. Other remaining tickets will be available at the Rio theater before the opening of the cooking school to Morrow morning. Released on Bond attorney says summons in civil action will be served today noon were vice president escaped six times from Georgia i the dead were mrs. Marv Zak 45 John. Or. 20 Lottie. 16 death penalty is demanded for two slavers of a Man tary Morgenthau. Facing the administration is the possibility that the fiscal year be ginning july 1, will be ended with a deficit rather than a balanced. Budget president Roosevelt provisionally forecast the balanced budget when he reviewed the situation i in january. I income since then however failed to come up to Revenue Esti mates and the president was repro j seated As hoping he would be Able j to keep Relief and other costs Down s. To a minimum to avoid a Large deficit. I the revised budget figures Are j expected to be presented to con Gress when the president sends up Relief message in two or three Days. Attends Ball game the chief executive was scheduled to take two hours or so off Lanta As he surrendered to authorities accidents claim toll of o lives t 1 o. I Caps Wera in Thi in Badger mate explosive he s five killed in Auto Acci and three in boating tragedies John Waszak head of the family told a hysterical Story of How the House raised off the ground and collapsed As he stepped out of the Bam where he had been doing the questioned by the Coroner. Was Zak said he had no idea of what had set off the explosive. Four the package with the said. The package was six feet from the Furnace but there was no fire in it. He added. Find ninth body i two alleged Bank robbers accused of murdering Federal agent by the associated press five persons lost their lives in automobile accidents and three in boating mishaps Over the weekend from work on the message to attend r the season s opening Ball game apr tween the Washington senators and Taou Sanos to , Athl pairs. He Ana resorts. The Seadi the asked to pitch the first Ball. J on Capitol Hill the House con ceded itself with minor measures the Senate had for possible consideration the Harrison Black educational Bill. 1 the House rules committee approved consideration tomorrow of a proposal for government participation in the new York world fair in 1939. Chairman Jones of the agriculture committee informed the House rules committee he would oppose any attempt to write into the farm tenancy Bill authority for the government to Purchase farms for re Sale to tenants. Anti War Bill the House military committee tentatively approved strengthened j Robert Grover. 22. Junction City. Donald Ives. 21. Houston. Mian. Paul Neis. 24. Johnson Creek. Lars Kleve. 51. Madison. Mrs. C. O. Cox. 35. Windsor. George Chrouser. 37. Marathon. Fred Leisinger. 33. Iiara Thon. Harry Cato. 18. Piasa. Ill train hits Auto Ives was killed sunday when an Topeka. Kans. Govern ment made ready today to charge two new York gunmen with Mur demand the death penalty the father of a Young fed eral agent who was Cut Doxon by bullets in the Post office Here Fri Day prepared to return son r eight of the bodies were recon body to their Arizona Home. Ered last night and that of rav United stages District s mond was found today near the s banned to Issue War Scot were the excl have was stored. Charging Alfred Power and the first neighbors summoned to Robert Suhay. Accused of an s13.00c the scene by the terrific detonation Katonah. N. A Bank robber with found Waszak Dazely pawing the ruins. They helped him extricate children then still alive from the shambles. Physicians said All j j died from basal Skull fractures. Mrs. Waszak was killed instantly. Del Meyer a neighbor who did j blasting for Farmers in the Vicinity. Told reporters the explosive in the i a Szefc Home was Pyro Tol. Highly pleas of not guilty to a charge of assault and Battery were made by mayor John k. Niesen and Alder men Oscar Alger and Frank femal of Kaukauna in the municipal court of judge Thomas k. Ryan this mom ing. The three men were arraigned on complaint of Alderman Jule Mer Kaukauna. Who suffered a Frac tured nose cuts and bruises in an altercation at a Kaukauna tavern in the gifts Are a electric Day Nihl counsel Mertes an refrigerator. Speed Queen electric bounced today that a s5.000 civil a Washer. Aetna radio and a Choice Tion is being started. I of a Universal or Detroit Star Gas trial on the assault charge was set or Moraine of Mav it and the women 01 Aodie ton Ana sur rounding towns Are planning to the three were release make this year s cooking school an on Bond of s200 each. S event of pleasure and enjoyment As Alderman femal in a statement Well As one of profit for they Are this morning asserted that he had j had nothing to do with the fight in the tavern. ?.iertes alleged saturday copied and every ticket for the other three sessions will have been purchased or spoken j the largest number of gilts Ever offered at any Post Crescent Cook ing school will be distributed to those attending the sessions this year. A number of additional gifts have been added to the list original i by announced last week the number t being Well j cavalcade of 250 trades i and labor members ii visit jobs visit fifty places elected by editors All major construction i projects in gov Are stopped i two Hundred and fifty members of the Appleton trades and labor Council backing a work Holiday which was starred this some five Hundred building trades workers travelled in a motor Caval Cade of More than fifty automobiles to Miner construction projects Anci invited workmen to hair activities and join movement. In several instances when work ers were reluctant to Cun the Job members of the delegation crowded into the building and the space so full that the work could not continue. The Holiday was declared in in turn to Page 8 7 Mattson reveals threats to family meeting in washing ton. He succeeds Jarvin a Creager of Milwaukee. That when he tried to escape from j the fracas. Fermai pushed him Back. I femal said today however that he had not pushed anyone. Won t Back Down in court this morning. Attorney a. Krusemeier. Counsel for mayor h. The murder of Wimberly w. Bak i or. 27, Federal Bureau of i Vestiga i Tion agent shot in the Back As he Tacoma. Wash. Or. W. W. Participated in an attempt by g _ Mattson. Father of slain Charles men to arrest the two men when Flatt son. 10. Revealed today new they called for mail at the Post of threats have been made against fice. I members of family but he sex of slain Wiesen. Explained that he would be of 15oj moves in matters unti May 1 for break in i and that he would like to have the to i Case continued until some time after i Hunt for bad Naper that he said he hoped some adjust a. H. Kirchofer above of the Buffalo evening Neus was elected president of the american society of newspaper editors at its annual m ai1 a closed shop agreements with. The unions. The men drove to the project us i Paliy a House under construction and asked the workers to leave. In places where they refused to do so f the Union men crowded into the i building and stood in the Way so j work could not go on. Twice they crowded the Man who was reluctant to leave the Job and escorted action to expel halt work on Homes Otis method was employed m two places one a new residence in s. _ exec Ting Council expect Mueller Street and the other it the the i c of or of rfcs de to Lall special i delicate and used for blasting. I stumps. It might have been set off by a slight Jar or by mice nibbling at he said. The Pyro Tol was stored in a milk shed up to about a week ago. Alexander said he would ask the pressed Confidence son s Kidnap death penalty for the accused men Slayer soon would be captured they Are held for safekeeping in the father said lives of Muriel i the strongly fortified Jackson 15-year-old daughter and Wil _ county jail in Kansas City Ilo Liam. 16. remaining son. Have their arraignment the District both been threatened. He expressed Tomey indicated would be held be belief the threats were fore a United states commissioner Cranks ment could be reached in Ter before that time. Alderman Mertes indicated How j Ever that no adjustment would be j a. F. L. Convention made out of court. J Well fight this thing to the bit Ter end in court he said. We re not going to Back Abraham Sigman attorney for Mertes. Said that a summons and complaint in a s5.000 damage Acton naming mayor Giesea and Alder High labor source predicted confidently today that the american federation of labor executive Council in session Here would move immediately to Ward expulsion of unions in John a Lewis committee for Indus Leona Mccullick. Seneca. Buth Saucer. Kokwah. Minn la Vern Ives. Allan Carlson. 24. Money Creek. Minn. And Houston Minn Neiss died in a Watertown legislation designed to take the pro i p5tal Early sunday of injuries suf fits out of War. The revised Meas feed when he lost control of car and crashed into a tree. Kleve examining a car standing 1 on a Madison Highway was struck and fatally injured saturday by an automobile driven by Adolph Malz Horn. Waunakee. _ mrs. Cox was killed when a Iii Ikee Road train slowed into her irom men Alger and ire Mai individually trial organization. And collectively As defendants i the first step toward exclusion would be served on each of the of the c. I. unions now under three men today. J suspension would be for the coun cil to Call a special convention of the a. F. Of l. Turn to Page 4 col 5 4. Money o Johnson says Compromise Bill would pass is to Pih 111 a ill Hammer ure went to a subcommittee for Fin Al informed sources said the tax Section had been drastically bolstered. Senator Vandenberg a Mich injected into congressional discus Sion of Relief needs today an Asser i Tion that current estimates of the were of chaos 5000000 too automobile saturday at a Grade crossing 10 Miles from Madison. Killed at tavern Grover died a half hour after be i saturday night at a Tav so additional Ern on Highway 51 a mile North of times. Stevens Point. An automobile col senator sees o k. If Roosevelt will agree to add Only 2 justices j. Edgar Hoover director of the came in the flood of letters deliver Federal Bureau of investigation said j de at Home sex Ery Day since the in Washington that Power and us j kid naming last dec. 27. The last it Hay had admitted the Topeka shoot Learned was made less than ing. Hoover said information two weeks ago. 5 was that Baker had surprised they worry mrs. the in or at a Post office window and that physician said but i am confident Suhay had fired upon the agent Are simply the work of Cranks j murder of concert Vio from x tip .3r5 undoubtedly they represent the taken i partner. I both men then ran from the i building and fled. Council s t House on s. Mueller Street is being built by Theodore Utschig a hols Herman Hoeppner is the contract on the Mielke Home. When Hoe pc Ner refused to join the agree Nikii he was told that there would be no More work on the House until he had joined. Union workers they said would not be Able to haul the material to the House. When the men stood around the Mielke project they decided to picket or. Mielke s office if work was not stopped. The men crowded into the building Bat left when an agreement was made to Stop the work. The workers left the in convened. Lewis Jod i0 minutes later. Nan urea upon the sent a Lookout position he undoubtedly they represent the up some distance Back of criminal element which walks Oursso minist in new York i streets every As a potential menace to every new York police inspect he admitted each threatening let Tor Michael f Ilc Dermott said to captured Friday night Ter carefully _ scrutinized by fed Day that Mischa Ross. 30-year-oh Basing calculations on the so Cial Security Board s registration of 26.000.000 employed. Vandenberg Arrix de at the conclusion there Are Only about he called for an accurate authentic current census of the in statement Drew immediate at Tention of members of the House census committee which tomorrow will consider legislation census. Chairman Mahon subcommittee considering the Bill i i be arrested commented that there was no re j members of the jewish brith quest from the administration for j Lodge in Early morning raids on the legislation and predicted it the Homes of Many members today would not be approved. Officials refused to give any Rea Vandenberg also got a reaction _ son for the raids. At least one from or. Isador Lubin. Labor Sta j woman was reported among those Ristics commissioner who noted a j taken into custody reference to labor department Esti the a Nai Brill. Unlike some Leader of the Senate opposition to the Cosevelt court Bill said today the measure would pass if the president would accept two. Instead of a potential supreme court jus without a shot being fire i. Fay Homer Sylvester. 5 foot. 4 Inch sheriff and Deputy at Platts Mouth. Neb. Sheriff Sylvester re covered s4.soo. An additional s6.954 was found in a room in a Kansa City hotel the men had occupied thursday Baker was the tenth Federal agent killed in the line of duty since 1925. Eral Bureau of investigation agents some 40 of whom Are still stationed in Tacoma. Refusing to discuss actual Progress of the Hunt for Charles killer he said the senator who asked not to be de with another on the Highway. Quoted by name said a modification swerved and crushed Grover would Over enough democrats who want to get right with their turn to Page 4 col. 7 j party Leader and their constituents t i to pass the Bill. Jewish Lodge members j it was the first time any of the y con new York the state de could handed a first degree murder con or any marketing provisions Bill gets House o. K. Broadway booking agent had made a vague confession in the Ham Mer slaying of Julia Nussenbaum. Night club violinist and dancer. Assistant District attorney Saul Price said Ross would be arraigned in homicide court tomorrow. Demand death penalty for confessed slaver supreme court. Opposition leaders heretofore have insisted they had a solid Block of 43 votes against the that measure could pass the sen ate with that Many fighting opponents. The Senate judiciary mates of the unemployed and said it j lodges t been dissolved of resumed hearing testimony today fiction today for corpulent Salva Tore Ossido. 27-ye3r-old Barber. Whose counsel admits he beat to death Little Einer Sporrer a month ago in a sex District attorney William f x Geog an in opening address to the jury said he show that Ossido tired the child knowing the nature and Quality of new Tork a theatrical House pass agent was taken into Cus de today and sent to the Senate 3 Toa a or questioning As police Bill re enacting the marketing pro Tea to solve a Otner of new visions of the old agricultural and York s spectacular a Justement act which the supreme murder in a rehearsal Hali. Court invalidated last year. I the . Who used the nacre chairman Jones As of the Thea agriculture committee explained there was some question As to whether the marketing provisions the aaa decision. Re . He said would Settle this under the a marketing provisions the Secre Ary of agriculture is empowered to set up programs de signed to Nimg about a More orderly car Ketinos of farm i under an agreement to continue for Victor l. Anas the raids. A Creek or ten Days. The opposition . Countered had made none. Lubin also said that Fici Aliy. By Vandenberg s calculations there simultaneous with were More employed now jewish animations succeeded in j presented Alan Linburg new York been suffering for 10 Vears with a than at the Peak of the 1929 Boom j having a recently effected 60-Day Sawver. I social disease so much that he did Roosevelt message j ban on jewish raised for t not understand the nature and president Roosevelt will Send con language courses athletic to for Cali to of Gress this definite Day and performances of the jewish for j Jne defense contend Ossido was not been estimate of re kult Ermund approved by the nazi faso. Defense actor threatening notes left that the career Nad at Home in Milwaukee los Lief the next year. Special commissioner. 8 fiscal authorities said this figure the ban was ordered Torii 13 would be an important Factor in the and prohibited More than fou final determination of whether the from meeting together government must Issue additional. Regular services in Sana goes. The Bonds when in discount prohibitive order was continued for Maia ser. Said i defense find insane the state that he was Accles members of s j Bills come due in june. J meetings of the Central jewish As me Treasury began new borrow Socia Tion As Well As for lectures and ing operations today by opening assemblies of laymen s religious so bids on s50.000.000 in new discount bins Lewis reveals talk of woman Dies at 102 mrs. Eirien Porter Wausau s oldest resident died at her today. She of in Ireland Here front Rossk Cay. Three men were requires West. Beaver dam m 1ss4 and was 102 a night to carry the huge bowl to the years last october. G room. So. even maybe he Yod eled other guests complained when a lodger in a Seattle hostelry took a Bath at 3 a. M. And it is reported he was sentenced to jail because according to common Law Baths Are taken on saturday but it s no jail of sense to take a Bath in Appleton any time of Day or night so. Bath tubs. A masked writer put threatening notes three nights in succession in the Cabinet of the John . A po3.ce squad car found mrs. And her children roam ing the saturday night too frightened to so Home. She in l be s Man. face asked i handkerchief. Had pred at the window after leaving a note threatening her daughter. My Stern flights. Naval Maneu vers tarted her defense fund in the canse War scare in Scandinavia Ter. Anc it was in theater Tarros phere that she was found fatally bludgeoned Ftp Day. Micha 30. Was found at the of father in Law a Forrler police apprehended at Dale by a trooper. To Vas to new to k it questioning by inspector Ichael f Mcdermott. A concert violinis4. Mis lava. Locally Julia Nussenbaum. -5. Of Bridgeport. . in conscious in a w. Street rehearsal room her head blood Fri in olovf7 Nasr she Rorr by a a Ner her. 3 to rehearse an act of de on to in the As the president of the United work As the motorcade moved Union ers met with members of the unit workers stopped passing track Drivers to see if they had Union cards. Several truck Drivers showed they i belonged to the Union and another joined on the spot. Another Driver said he would join at the next Inlet ing and two Neenah men were i Riding in a gravel truck also Inci rated they would join their i coals. J 500 workmen involved the Holiday involves about 50g i workmen Irons the various building trades crafts including carpenters electricians m a s o n plumbers steam finers. Truck Drivers see Metal workers and painters. About 15 places will be visited this afternoon to enforce the Noli i Day. Union officials said this noon. A mass meeting will be held St the labor Hall tonight to sum up the activity and to determine if the hopi Day will last longer than today. At a meeting of the labor leaders before the group started this after noon it was indicated that the holi Day will continue for weeks if ail the contractors do riot sign the agreement i must hire Union 3ien under the agreement the Coe Good standing with their Uzi Oss. The Workman must Nave a Currier by working card. Ail arguments will be settled by a Bourc of arbitration consisting of 10 members incl diag five Froid each sice. All major projects. The school and the Kiir Berly school sedition Are being up. The officials Sattl places which were visited this morning in clude 501 s. Locust Street t02 s. Mueller Street. 621 n. Oneda Street w. Oklahoma Street. 415 w. Parkway. 725 w. Lorain Street. 1710 n. Division Street 5-5 shers Caa Ford accused of intimidation in Martin s charges mar tin president of the United automobile workers announced today the u. A. Xiv. A. Had filed charges of discrimination and intimidation against Henry forc with the National labor re lations Board. Vlanin said the charges v. Ere filed at the Board s Detriot of fice. Marten flew Here from Detroit today to discuss with the u. A. Executive Board the strike at general motors plants at Oshawa. Ontario and plans to organize the Ford motor com Pany Piant. Ireacy have drawn up for organization of Ford Martin said " pro the Only thine will vote on i1? a sympathy strike at Genera motors plants in this Martin be cloned to forecast re wot Sld no. Or sex a As to tre of a second series of n states plants of gc-.er3 . De workers of America exec j Ive Board to decide upon future i icy a. The of . Zorrer p-e5.cen" of the o in interested in and be Tion of o f re to Cre u. A for air and naval operations in the Arctic Ocean while such a con Roumal As the Stockholm tract to Olav of Toronto night club her part Ner. Maria Mon Cilc. Who plays the accordian. Illness of the latter pre vented their new York on schedule to appear there. A a Bora Cor. a said of n Canada. Forest of Sot Riethe Ford Tum to 21 s turn to Paje 4 Sci Roosevelt pennsylvanian As envoy to Poland i i Pope cancel audiences on physician s advice ing that Resolution relating to 2 months arrested a a murderers of grocer arrest of s150.000 slander action filed against naval Maneu vers Oft their strategic dog Baldat emphasized the her attorney. Andrews by coasts brought a wave of War possibility of Sweden s becoming a her daughter. Roberta Semple. J scare rumours to Scandinavia today Battler omd in advocating better j the stones of mysterious air planes Over Sittle inhabited debts be referred to the foreign relations committee instead of to the finance committee where it is now pending. Foreign warships offshore Points to the of Nih chinese robber taken from Hospital and shot piping dragged from a Hospital bed by police executioners Liu Yung hog notorious chinese april 11 in an attempt to get Money robber was shot and killed today at the Bridge of Liu was wounded last month in a two youths police said today Tael experts that the area was in had in custody the slayers of Frank direct danger of becoming a Thea Panfil 55. Northwest Side of War in be event of a con and father of four children. Held Here was Harold Julian 18, who police Captain Joseph Gold Berg said admitted he and Emil Trimarco 19, shot and killed Panfil gun Battle with police. Although condemned to die he was permitted to enter a Hospital for treatment to attend a dance. Trimarco was seized last night of Cincinnati Ohio police. He was paroled last dec. 1 from the Pon Tiac. Hi., reformatory after serving a term for automobile theft. Defence the general staff declared hat in the Las ear had established that -6 flights of unknown air plane had been made Over Northern Scandinavia presumably for military scouting purposes. Military experts consider the in Vatican v Oce dec today and scr Cinco in. ate apartment a pcs the advice o or. In to activities. A help Efa reason ably but that he must take increase of sealts. Flint Between Russia and Germany. J Teress of Russia and Germany in military authorities at Bergen the Arctic fairly obvious. In the yesterday their event of War these experts declare Germany would strike first to Bot investigations have established that a Fleet of four warships one air Craft Carrier one submarine and one air plane of unidentified nationality mane Vered close to the norwegian coast april 5. In Oslo the newspaper Aften Post openly stated Germany had sent warships to look for possible bases the up the russian Fleet in the bal tic by taking control o the narrow Waterways around Denmark. Vice parole Al convict is accuser of robbery Janesville a twice parried a Nix it from was held in jail today 3rd charged with the robbery of p Siraz store of he John Beyer. Who in 1927 at age of 21 killed a Sou h lie Loit ill. Bootlegger. William pet Roff. While acting As a snooper. He was sentenced to one to fourteen years at the Pontiac Branch of the Illinois prison. Bangor. Wis. Alexander who resigned last year As minister paroled in 1934, he was arrested j Parsons 94, civil War Veteran who j to Denmark after marrying Captain in Michigan for carrying a gun. J marched with Sherman to the sea Boerge Rohde of the eng s life while held there for extradition he died yesterday. He Farmed near guard. Svel nominated today appointees for posts in Zug rape Ana latin America Anthony j. Drexel Biddle. Or of to of ambassador to Poland. The executive also sent in the name of Florence Jar fray of the District of Columbia to be minister to Norway succeeding Biddle. Howard j. Klossner of a Minnesota As nominated to be s. Member of the recons Trucmon finance corporation Board of directors for the unexpired term of two years from. Jan. 22, 1936. Mrs. Harriman was the woman to be earned by the presi Dent to a diplomatic Post the first succeed at the same time the German a Brief term in the Michigan state after lived at Sharon Springs. N. Y. J ambassador John Cudahy Gran sea and air fleets would try to prison after which he was returned for 25 years. He came to Bangor i Ville. Wis., who was appointed to i escaped was recaptured and served Berlin wis for 30 rears and there Biddle was named to Suc establish Arctic bases to disrupt i to Pontiac As i parole violator. He Russia s essential Arctic commune was released on parole again last cations. 1 february. Three years ago. Services will be i held at Berlin tomorrow and burial will be made there. The Warsaw Post in june 1d33. New Post been announced for Cudahy. Newspaper

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