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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Appleton, Wisconsin The weather Showen tonight fair mad cooler tuesday. Evening the daily Foit Sta Bufurd 1881 Appleton Post Crescent final edition eighteen Price three cents Appleton Wisconsin monday june five o clock Senate committee approves Mellon View eases worry financial interests rely upon utterances of Treasury Secretary Law is Compromise Spain s King in interview with exile Stock Market slump Laid largely to past slump in u. S. Trade by David Lawrence copyright 1930, by Post pub. Co. Several Days the Secretary of the Treasury Andrew to. Mellon has been urged to Issue a statement about business in its relations to the Tariff. The theory of those who suggested it was that or. Mellon coming from such a Strong protectionist state As Penn Sylvania and familiar with foreign Trade and International finance would have a better Conception of the effects of the Tariff than most commentators. Also there had been rumours cur rent before the Tariff Bill was signed to the effect that or. Mellon disapproved of the measure and would recommend a veto. It is no secret that the new York financial Community has come to reply upon utterances of the Secretary of the Treasury As perhaps of greater significance on business questions than those of anybody else in washing ton. Far from disapproving the measure or. Mellon in the statement which he finally issued after the close of the markets on Friday takes the position that the Bill is not very much different from other Tariff Laws and while he docs not believe the new Law is free from he thinks it is the Best possible com Promise which the legislative pro Cess permitted. Backs Hoover View the Mellon statement does not bring out any new Points but merely reiterates what the president said he signed the Bill. It nevertheless was expected to be of a reassuring nature to business. Ordinarily officials Here Are not concerned with the ups and Downs of the Stock Market but they have been told that the recent decline in Security values is directly attributable to the passage of the Tariff Bill and fears of a fall official circles in Paris wondering about results of confab turn to Page 11 col. 2 Kingsford Smith May Start flight tonight Dublin m3 Captain Charles King sword Smith the australian aviator plans to take off from the port Marnock runway for his flight to the United states about 6 o clock tomorrow morning 11 p. M., today c. S. To Captain Kingsford Smith has been waiting Here for More than two weeks but has postponed his at tempt repeatedly because of bad weather somewhere Over the Atlan tic Ocean. At first he planned to take off from Curranh where there is a Long runway but later he chose port Marnock for its even longer runway and considered that he thus could take a greater Load of fuel and be assured of getting off the ground. In Saxony election called bar Ometer of the nation in yesterday s diet elections revealed a considerable growth in fascist numbers and a shrinkage of socialist and populist strength As a result of the election observers say there might be a trend of All Germany toward the extreme right. The returns indicated that the socialists hold votes against at the last election Spanish circles Here today debated probable results of a conversation Between King Alfonso and Santiago Alba former Liberal Premier who has been exiled since the beginning of the Primo de Riv Era regime in Spain. The King known to be dissatisfied with the condition of his realm was understood to have listened intently yesterday while the commoner san Tiago Alba suggested a remodelling of Spanish Royal privileges along the lines of the belgian and British monarchies. The interview has been the subject of considerable Rumor and speculation for weeks during which time it was said that King Alfonso in route to England would Stop off in Paris expressly to hear what the former Premier might Sadr and to listen to any suggestions he might make. Some have considered that important events in Spain awaited the outcome of the meeting of the Mon Arch and the statesman and that there was even possibility of res ignation of the Berenguer govern ment to be replaced by a Liberal ministry headed by Alba or by a Liberal coalition ministry after the interview Alba issued a communique which he said had been approved by the King saying that he himself was averse to taking the premiership so Long As the pres ent incoherence and confusion obtains in but he emphasized his desire to forget personal quarrels and differences of opinion in the common work of restoring Spain to a democratic form of in the difficult moments through which Spain is he said Al spaniards must Bend every Effort in collaboration to assure the future of their country. All questions of personalities must disappear before the National he declared that he would not accept an invitation to head a govern ment until the populace had been consulted under Universal suffrage in freely conducted elections but said that he was ready to lend his cooperation in aiding Spanish re 3 see passage of vets Bill expect veto sponsors look for favor Able action despite Hoover s warning bulletin Washington with a Fina vote due before Nightfall. Senator Reed Republican Pennsylvania to Day proposed an amendment to the world War veterans Relief Bill pro Viding for a maximum allowance of ?40 a month to an estimated 300, 000 veterans who cannot Trace Dis abilities to service origin. Denying he spoke for the administration senator Reed nevertheless vigorously opposed the pending finance committee measure. Washington nos of an impending despite warn presidential veto the Senate today approached a vote on the world War veterans compensation Bill with its sponsors of enough votes for Pas confident Sage. Administration leaders however us missionary must quit India told to leave As result of alleged propaganda of Gandhi declined to admit defeat and pinned their Hopes of enacting measure suitable to president Hoover upon a substitute plan prepared by senator Reed of Pennsylvania. A Roll Cail today on the pending measure was assured by an unanimous consent agreement entered in to the last week. It had already been passed by the House and with the Senate voting its approval it would go to conference As it was consider ably modified by the Senate commit tee. In vigorous fashion president Hoover set Forth his objections to the Bill in a letter to senator wat son Republican Leader which was Given out at the White House for publication today. We have stretched government expenditures in the budget begin Ning july 1 to the utmost limit of our possible receipts and have even incurred a probable deficit principal 3 die near Kenosha in Auto crash two others injured when Large car turns Over in ditch Kenosha three persons were killed or fatally injured when a Large automobile turned Over in the ditch near Salem last night. The dead Joseph Royer. 60, Chicago who died this morning in a Hospital. George a. Quinby 50, Chicago. Said to be a business associate of Royer in the american Asphalt Pav ing co., of Chicago. Mrs. Jean Crowley 26, Milwaukee. The other occupants of the car mrs. Fred Tibbitts 25, Milwaukee and George Carroll 45, Trevor wis., were injured. They said the car was travelling fast along Highway s3, about a mile South of Salem when it suddenly headed for the ditch. It turned Over Nee throwing the occupants out. Passing motorists took Royer and Quinby to Salem and the two to Nen to Antioch Iii. An inquest into the death of mrs. Crowley was or dered at the latter City today. Royer was brought to Kenosha last night Royer and Quinby were both Well dressed and the former had nearly in checks notes and Cash in is pockets. He was wearing a Large Diamond ring. J the District in which the Accident occurred is in the Center of a sum Mer resort District along the Illinois Wisconsin state line. Carroll released shortly after he Accident to his Home in try near Here. Mrs. Tibbitts was Al o allowed to return to Milwaukee after the slight injuries were treat d at Antioch. Hold youth after fight wit Farmer Louis Peters a near death with fractured Skull Fol lowing argument Walter Kohl cd. Town of grand Chute was arrested monday morning by sheriff John Lappen on a War rant charging him with assault with intent to do great bodily harm. He was arraigned in municipal court be fore judge Theodore Berg and preliminary hearing of the Case was set for july 3. He furnished Bonds. The Young Man was arrested Fol lowing an altercation on the farm of Otto Jsoack in which Louis pet a neighbor of Noack s was struck Over the with a Hoe and his skill was fractured. Fedor s condition at noon monday was critical and he was unable to talk to live his version of the mix up. According to the Story told to sheriff Lappen and assistant District attorney Oscar j. A Chiego by Kohl. Tetors had attempted to keep Noaek and Kohl away from a swarm of bees on a Fence Post which i Charles and Anne parents of son born on Mother s Twenty fourth birthday Englewood. N. Col. And mrs. Charles a. Lindbergh Are the parents of a son. The baby weighing seven and three quarters pounds was born at 1-15 p. A. Central Standard Timp yesterday in the Home where his Mother the former Morrow was born. Mrs. Lindbergh Bee Une a Mother on her Twenty fourth 1 Irth Day. Prince of Wales is 36 years old today cup Tho Prince of Wales s Bachelor heir Celo Bra Tod his sixth birthday to Day i ii tax. He spent morning it his Colin try Rosl Denap Kortni a m the afternoon he aside from Tho statement of the i to Palace to meet baby s birth and his no de i Gorce Mary who tails of the event Vevie of Thomine from that household of mrs Ltd from Windsor to Cove with those of video farms. The Peters Kohl was and Noack visiting with by for the Relief of through expansion unemployment of Public con whereas the fascists to jumped from the German nationalist vote was scarcely half that of the last elec Tion while the made very slight gains a. Disappointment in View of their costly Campaign. Let s pull together we would to see every family in this Community in a Home of its own. Thex Appleton would be a wonderful place in which to live would t it so you who Hove Homes for Sale make prices right terms convex next and off its attractive. Post Crescent classified Section is waiting to do its part your listing there will do your part and Well Mart the Ball to. Rolling be represented now Madura Madras India the Rev. Ralph Keithan american missionary attached to the Christian Colony of the american Mission at Madura has been expelled from the Colony by the Mission and also from India by the District magistrate of Madura. Keithan it was alleged engaged in propaganda activities and there by in the opinion of the Mission authorities violated a pledge of neutrality in political matters. The Mission Felt that his activates were certain to prove a great hindrance to its educational and evangelical work. The Rev. Keithan it was said wore native Kheda Homespun and gave talks to his pupils in the mis Sion High school in the interest of the Shandl program. He engaged in similar activities in the theological Seminary and teachers training Institute. Other residents of the Pas Malai Colony recently reported associated with Reginald Reynolds bearer of the Mahatma Ghandi a Ultima Tum to Victory lord Irwin were the missionary s associates. Reynolds was going from Colombo to England. He alighted at Madura was received by or. Keithan and taken to Pas Malai and introduced at an informal meet log in the Kei than Bungalow. Later or. Keithan it was charged met members of a Madras nationalist society in his own Bunga Low. When the Mission objected Kel or. Hoover said every additional Dollar of expenditure Means an additional Dollar in taxes. This is no time to increase the tax Burden of the country Calls Bill unsound t recognize that such considerations would carry but Little weight with our people were the needs on our veterans the Issue and were dealing with but As general sound measures Hancs presents there Are conclusive reasons for opposing an unsound measure which is against the Best interests of the vet Erans themselves and places an unjustified Load upon the tax pay yers at a time when every Effort should be made to lighten the president said the Bill would increase expenditures for world War veterans by during the operation. The two die at Sheboygan men were dead today and a third was injured seriously As the result of traffic accidents. Earl Radloff 27, port Washington was killed when his motorcycle crashed into an automobile Here yesterday. John Hoff 22, port washing ton Riding in the Sidecar of the motorcycle sustained fractures of the right Arm and leg. The second fatal Accident occurred near Here As Peter Huculak 32, Koh Ler company employee attempted to teach a Friend to drive. The machine careened into a ditch and Huculak was killed. Ent expenditure be set at Secretary Mellon criticizing the of , 000 was in Prospect for july 1. 1931, and that. If the reduced in to b6 present estimates forecast a treas Ury deficit of these Fig he added do not take inf0 consideration expenditures necessitated by the veterans measure or other additional legislation dive proves fatal Racine a broken Back from a dive into shallow water of a nearby Creek Arthur Koch Ler died yesterday. When it was found that his Mother attending the eagles convention at could not get a direct train Home when he was injured Friday mayor William Armstrong of Racine a Provo to Oshkosh and brought her to hot son s death bed. Noack s daughter when the Beds swarmed on the Post and to went along with Noack to capture the bees which Noack claimed were his. Kohl said that Peters used the Hammer in hip efforts to drive Noack and himself away from the bees. Kohl said he then picked up a Hoe which Lay nearby and started swing ing it in air and that Peters walked into it. Peters dropped to the ground on being struck but then got up immediately and walked away. Tho sheriff s investigation revealed tint Prupis walked to the Home of a. C. Avil Karnib several Hundred feet Newny and there he fell on the Poich. Wilharms. With Arthur , another neighbor car ried Peters to his Home. Mrs. Peters was summoned from Church ant Peters although unable to talk was Able to write the names of Noack and Kohl. Kohl was then picked up by sheriff Lapp on and hid it the jail until monday morning. Rumor Lclive in this country reports from Berlin say extensive propaganda plan Ned for fall congratulations new a Lindbergh and Reni Admiral Richard k. Byrd met Ivriy and exchanged col. Lindberch Ulato Tho Admiral on his to Nhuom of Tho South Polo. Admiral congratulated Len Beigh on Tho arrival of n son Emoni in. They met m the Haiti More where Admiral pyrd is making his and immediately to room of a Friend for a Good visit. Tho flying colonel a is deluged in his Therwood when he in Rived it Tho hotel but did not mention subject himself. To answer Rod Tho congratulations with Only a shy Pron. Sends it to upper House by 1m vote Johnson and Shipstead pare to submit minor Ity reports la Follette for pact Borah submits document to Senate without com ment on merits Washington the naval treaty was before the sen Otto by chairman Borah off 1 their 1 other meal hrs of Royal a mlle a steady Stream of messages telegrams of arrived at York House from parts of Tho i Mph a and the Prince is ending a ? Thorn. His program inc Udod Atto danc a at the dinner of in reign relations Vcra hire id. Of Tho Indian a t Yommi tee h.1 approved m to 4. Interrupt inst or. The vet is ans Relief moisture tin Idith Jann Tho merely with tin to was reporting a sol it Ion there censor bans news of chinese strife berth s parents ambassador find nationalist armies believed to be renewing War on northerners son Roix .inhn.tjn. Mrs. A Wight w. Morrow of Tho Tlona hit or incr Milwaukee Dace Driver fatally Hurt in crash Raasch 28 prominent Milwaukee race Driver. Than resigned. The District Magis trate ordered him to quit India with in a month. 4 die during week of poisoned liquor Milwaukee with the death of four persons one of them a five year old boy attributed to poisoned liquor in the past police Cor Oner s and sheriff s officers today cooperated in a drive to rid the City of hip bootleggers believed responsible for distribution of the Poi soned drinks. The latest death was that of an Tonio Gomez 5. Who died saturday while in a coma believed induced by poisoned liquor. His younger Bro Thersa d he and Antonio were exploring their new Home and Antonio found a Bott full of liquor. Anto drink it he said and died a few hours later. Three nun were to have died from poisoned liquor during week. Was fatally injured yesterday when fils racing car crashed into two other racers and overturned twice be fore persons at the state fair Speedway. He was unconscious when taken from the wreckage and died on the Way to a Hospital. The other Drivers escaped injury. Raasch Home was formerly in Mosinee wis. Leiter heiress Dies abroad Cable states Tribune today quoting Cable dispatches to friends said mrs. Colin Campbell the former Nancy Leither died yesterday in broads air England. She was the widow of the late Colin Campbell. British army officer and daughter of level z. Leiter Pion Eer Chicago merchant Prince the Tribune said mrs. Campbell had left her estate near Santa bar Bara calif., several ago for England to recover from an illness two daughters and a son All of whom were at their Mother s bedside in England survive. Campbell sided brother Joseph Leiter management of their father s estate was attacked in 3926 by a sister Marguerite Hyde countess of Suffolk and Berks who demanded an accounting arid her brother s removal .15 a trustee mrs. Camphor marriage in Washington in 1304 was one of the Brilliant social a vents of the capital station Active As it awaits ruling an a peal from the decision of Feder Al radio commission ordering the local wireless station closed operators of the station said they would continue working until a ruling is give the commission ordered the Sta Tion closed july 1 on the ground it was not a Public in the Appeal made by the Pere Marquette and Ann Arbor lines owners of the station work done in Rescue work during the Lake storms was cited As benefits resulting from the station the companies also said the station was necessary for cargo movement reports. Babe Ruth Wallops 24th Homer of year new Ruth connected with his Twenty fourth Home run of the season in the second in Ning of the first game of today s double header Between the Yankees and the Browns. The babe was the first Man up in the inning and the circuit drive gave the yanks an 8 to Walil Nifon Baehman. Republican West Vir Pinia sold today he believed the Houpy communist committee would look into reports from Berlin that american communists plan Exten Sive propaganda in this country next september. In the absence of chairman fish who was in new York City the West Virginia comr Lotteo member said it would Endeavor to determine where the communists procured funds to disseminate propaganda in this country. The committee hns net july 15 As a tentative on which to Belln hearings in new York City where representatives of the Astorp Trad ing corporation the unofficial soviet commercial Agency in this coun try. Are to be heard. It also plans to hold hearings in Chicago Cleveland and probably on the West coast if deemed desirable on the basis of information gathered at the new York hearings. The committee held several weeks of hearings mostly behind closed doors in Washington at which government officials representatives of the labor and the daughters of the american revolution disclosed their views of soviet influences in country. Statement that Mother and baby wore resting comfortably. A cos of the Fri Hal of Tho by i re heir spread rapidly to and within a Hurt Turno n Parado of v can Kraut Lentory ins Flowers began to Al Moi Row Homo. Virlio Inifi i of their to Bro Var i-1 7irv of the event which a wailed with Lively interim for weeks. Cent the a hat tie line event sri a name had not for Tho new arrival but thai Loi a. Lindbergh or. For of ichor or turn to Pogo 3.1 col i Provini of to Tho i or i dry and the Pavo no inf All Tho South Bank of Tho of Aloiv r Vor. ? Horti m Matt Tnp to n h Lii Northern .-illl.inro. I Piaf Wal of in. Lie i my Jim try a by of which had born in pro Raj for Nur Lnu Thrett the Northi Niiori threaten i Ihn of the nationalist report i thy v in in a Iimori to . In the. Tho of till ii Urno to r Mitti d pm Iii an. In vion the h r t i for t i a in i n h n i it. M vim i of a Woro joined n o a Hampshire in. Both Kuzub to to till Nejat Public 1 i incr to the trea big refused a prior to 1. Vir heat wave hottest in Illinois area at 105 Hont i Xvi to Lent Poppr a the Century Mark vhf ovoid the Middle into Tho water Day. The spot in Tho Pondil Aroa was Anna 111., n of 05. It. Swol Torolf it 102 and Omaha Nob. Was with 300. Benches pools and Woro a Rowdy a Evory wharf. At Don Iowa two Mon pro i owned Wollf Swimm Luk. Reinann Al Torlay Wlllie but .1 knowl Rign of the to us. I without its or Tori who i to hold from the War or. The 01 Mont part up a run or Milf in Rui to a Holcli re mylar in the . Re . Of hip thin t lilting Kal sink in a Dorit Ceri Ial Oiden his forc to to i Lvi the North of Tho i How River military did not null few Tho Orr Lailon of on was occurring. Various f Horn in a Kmak hot Totoro Boon Laden Werft drowned Sale Rdv night when a boat map slur a in a storm on reids Lake near Tryon web. Military Vir no Irenton today of the civil Ala Harv and now York thus the Troat was put by Foni Tho a Vito i the it a word of o Thor from Prui i Tif or from Tho foreign re Coni Initta in submittlns1 Thi Pac prowl Dent Only called for i i arc of an1. of i 01 in or n observed t ill with Tho Trontz now on sen an Thorp is a possibility that id Niay move for i should Nata by comfy Dradlocke-1 it Nan Oshkosh Gold Star widow ill in France from n. Nev o hem Orrange jul win Lance , wis. A member of the american Gold Star con inf rent today reported in a Fry serious condition in a Hospital r. In Fli Pup. Jilson Woro or a Rcd to printing military i a ports. Nationalist Coli hours w to Long born finiello Nink in Nowc prior offices would not i Van Mildest up Forron to the i thai govt in mint Alho increased i s efforts in this Nroa to round up por Kun Pontod of nativities inimical to thai banking regime. Jotun Marir the during a Bill. A Illinois Bank fails to open its doors Fairbury 111. Fairbury 0 Lead. Kimsey was on the Mound state Bank failed to open today. Or for St. Louis. J posits totalled with when her his former City Hall employee sought in Lingle murder Chi cafe of James red Forythe former City Hall employee hunted today u the Man who killed Jake la Nile Tribune reporter. Whom judge John Lyle the corporation office. Police at the time. In comment inf on his release said in the place tent there. He in t the police have held to a theory the murder of mrs. Lang Bonamo Iii it pm s for that bourse. Man dressed As woman sought As mad killer new Man in woman s clothing was sought today m police began the second week of their search for the mad Slayer Ott men in quoins. Meanwhile a Brooklyn of distributor. Meyer Newark. Aboard the. Harding and nearly 1 million in greater new York area was landed on a Stretcher at Chr a Bourg. Was very when arrived at Tho Amer inn Hospital Here. Physicians said would to forced to remain in Tho Hospital for a Long time. With Mother in Law col god n widow Companie new 1330 Popula Tion of greater new York is to tween fi.srn.433 and fi.931.-n3 Accord ins to final Rena us figures of four of a letter threatening his deah unless ii returned document a. A 13-4i." , Tho ninth letter Pur porting to have come from the maniac followed an alleged announce ment saturday that his Mission of death was ended and that he was re turning to Russia. The theory that the maniac donned woman s clothing to elude the police was advanced today after the tour of mothers and widows of War dead. They Lett new York june 14. With other Oshkosh women. Mrs. Edwin Lange had in two operations for ulcers of the stomach two years ago hut was thought Here to have completely recovered. Her relatives he re one sister and her father had not been advised today of her condition. Season. After husband s death in 1d23, mrs. Imp Hill regained her american citizenship. the body would a year characterized As a "po-1 mingle when old would tace ten Tia under a year s jail i Back to the Moran Aiello Lin concealed Glo who had a wide acquaintance by of j i ship among endurance plane up 278 hours in flight Chicago refuelling endurance plane City of passed its 278th hour in the air Over Harbor Airport at a. C. D. To today. To break the world record of 420 hours 21 minutes and 30 seconds held by the St. Louis Ken Neth and John Hunter brother plots of the City of must remain aloft until after a. C. D. To next sunday morning. In an attempt last year in a plane caller Tho two Brothers remained aloft 251 hours. Lower a wind show an m pro after of 22 per cent in five boroughs. The five boroughs and an estimate Mark h. Brown. Manhattan of Thi population of the Lirong. I Fol that a person at first made today by o. A yips a cer.-1 have Hern a woman accosted him. And his family As they were eating a picnic lunch in Queens yesterday and asked for a ride to new York. They invited the woman to lunch with them Brown said but their guest took leave they trousers under the skirt. Sees joint action against Tariff Bill of an Anonymous High official today was quoted by be Peutl with the statement that joint negotiations already Are under Way among european countries interested in the effects of the new United states Tariff. Louis de Brouckerl voicing the views of the belgian labor party in the same newspaper against Tariff reprisal and advises Neotia for cuts on certain items. In this he concerted to Tion by Belgium with the other inter ested countries. De Brouckerl delo Gate at Tho International labor by Reau to Geneva predicts the Ameri can Tariff policy will greatly Foster european Solidarity. In Fiji no of judge Lyle recalled today that As a police reporter alien quota Cut is Ere had been much political ctr. Known to m to Al fought the burial. To Santa Barbara for 1 there Ity in Forsythe pc behalf the time ran it Jong has of the latter t trial on the , Aimu. Group j also is under Way for the police Frnnk footer owner of the it frosted in a raid on the in the Lingle murder. Alello gang Headquarters Lant formerly a Moran Aiello degrees Given at u. Of 3 held in slaying of Oklahoma sheriff Sayre okla. Of _ three men were in. The county jail today for investigation in connection with slaying saturday night of sheriff c. H. Phillips. One of them pounds a former Deputy theratt of Phillips has confessed Hulbrt Ivetter county announced. Pounds county attorney old. Admitted slaying Phulps in ton for a liquor raid a Hertel con ducted saturday at the Griffin Ana. Negro electrocuted for murder of cop when Tim identified he Milf m an of going Over to the Capo Row. Proposed in Congress so per cent reduction in the immigration eighty sixth commencement of the for fiscal year i of Michigan today. The electrocuted at today Ann Arbor m i Frank a were awarded to 1.9j4 Trad atm and Pomona a. Hill honorary bestowed on cent 13 men and woman at the in a today chair own Johnson of the How immigration Hon. Vincent Maseey. Com men Cement today the the a Means of the unemployment. The my of which to take fat Rocic vow in the next who we is. I. Father of two Ckel. When to take Perot ii news paper

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