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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Bradford, Pennsylvania A Soluri and a Nevis paper laity Over net a a a of circulations the Bradford Era the Only paper in m Kean county receiving the unrivalled news service of the associated press the weather Western Penney Bania partly Cloudy monday and tuesday not much change in temperature. Vfs6 established $77 a a a by Adford pa., monday Mohning. April 19, 1937 a a a 14 pages. Prick the Rah gent a play balls cry will ring out today Roosevelt will jail to Start league cart tuesday games one in in and double in Boston. Are for today other league clubs swing firtion tomorrow associated press m apr. 18.�?mr. John Ujj ithe missus were All or their annual no. I Aud tuesday they e children get their Aud Peanut and hotels shape. Cast a Hope a in Weatherman for the a and proceed to pry baseball s by league �137. Urns Lead off rooter Roosevelt takes his m to Griffith stadium l tomorrow for its year i Gate tossing out the first be american league to senators rated As a dark a jus years wars and i sack s hapless athletics by. Up in Boston mean vials which figure to go the National league and the Phillies get the with morning and after go Day tilts. A far Banner beginning a preview the second i the getaway card lifts tuesday on seven i i every team swinging j e Bat the bees and phils. M of the faithful will turnstiles for the two Ding a hangup beginning expected to outdo even a Aas proceedings of 1936. Will pour into my and ebbets Field a amp a activities of the Anders. In the former Campion yanks hitting a Ordinary and even to repeat entertain it headache the sen a National league titlist a tangle with their Arch wkly no a dodgers it to go it with the Only new of the year in tobaccos Grimes. Races forecast is take a look at the of the cubs and both rated powerful in Sal league. Detroit sees strongest american null the Cleveland in tigers. Philadelphia a the St. Louis Browns a Nat in a reds Are the sit. A7 Michigan senator asserts estimates As much As 5 million too High Union May pull out . Workers to Aid Canada strike cause quickly challenged labor statistics commiss Ioner takes immediate exception to statement Vandenberg urges accurate census says Only 2,975.000 now out of jobs president Franklin d. Roosevelt will be the nations Lead off rooter today tossing out the baseball which it ill inaugurate the 1937 season. 24-year-old death mystery reopened ii shot 81 la bandits Dies a by the associated press Washington apr. 18.�? senator Vandenberg in Mich asserted to Day the number of american jobless a is perhaps being overestimated by As much As 5,000,000. A he urged a an accurate authentic current census of the Vandenberg estimated in a statement that Only 2,975,000 persons Are now out of jobs adding that his calculations a would seem to indicate vastly less unemployment than is constantly asserted by the labor his analysis was promptly challenged by or. Isador Lubin labor statistics commissioner who asserted the labor department a has never made any estimate whatever of committee asked to meet a if senator Vandenberg calculations were Forrest a he said. 4,000,000 More people would be at work in the United states than there were employed at the Peak of the 1929 the question of unemployment figures also had the attention today of some House members. The House census committee was asked to meet tuesday to consider legislation for the first nation wide census of unemployed. Chairman Mahon Ltd Tex it of a subcommittee considering the Bill of of l executive body to discuss expelling a rebel Washington. Apr. 18 pjs labor sources said tonight an american federation of labor executive Council meeting tomorrow May discuss final expulsion of a a rebel unions now aligned with John l Lewis committee for Industrial organization. These sources said the Council might fix a time and place for a special convention of the federation to ratify a proposal to follow up last september s suspension of the Lewis unions. Federation officials arc non c committal a. F. Of l. Officials were non committal but denied the meeting had been called for Nashville tenn., As reported last night at Tulsa by g. De Vav Arren. Oklahoma federation president. Frank Morrison a. F. Of l. Secretary said the matter a might be conceivably discussed at the councils three Day meeting. Since Cio unions identified themselves with Lewis program of organizing big mass production along Industrial instead of Craft lines they have developed the sit Down strike technique. That method of labor bargaining has been roundly condemned by president William Green of the federation and the subject is expected to figure in the Council s considerations. A plan intensive membership activities the councils Agenda also Calls for discussion of plans for an intensive membership drive in the Wake of supreme court decisions upholding the Wagner labor act and rights of labor to demand recognition for unions and collective bargaining with employers. The labor questions also will receive the attention of a labor management conference on tuesday called by Secretary Perkins. She said she hoped the discussions would develop a National program for settlement of labor disputes which might not come under the Wagner act. Succumbs to wounds after two gangsters elude Kansas City trap first big assignment jealousy Over Camp Cook Given As motive for Fountain slaying pick my Kicenki strike discussion follows collapse of Hepburn a peace efforts second try flops Union leaders assert general motors broke agreement in refusal to draw up agreement for Oshawa workers a Sloan says Canada not mentioned by the associated press Oshawa ont., apr. 18.�?a new general motors walk out Iii All United Stales plants a to try to Force settlement of i the strike in the general j motors of Canada Plant Here again was discussed today i by Union leaders. J this discussion followed Tho i collapse yesterday of Premier Mitchell Hepburn a second major Effort to end the Canadian strike i in his office. Reliable sources said leaders of the United automobile workers of America now consider the com splits threatened Ford eyes expansion a the sunbird Nike 1 Wor Enen a there was agitation for such a Cen _ _ 7 m _ Timm waders assert the Ivy re sus but a now there is no interest u. S. Sti Union leaders irked Over j executive Board of u. A. W. Failure to accomplish i to discuss organizing plans at Oshawa j at meeting today by the associated press on the part of the works Progress irked by collapse of another Effort a by the associated Preso it Jary agreement that ended the Gen Detroit apr. 18 a Union plans for Era \f0�0rs set Down in Michigan administration there is no clamor to Settje the general motors of can organizing Ford motor company also applied to the Canadian Plant jury indicts one by the associated Tress Inez. Tkv. Apr. Is com Iti Oji wealth s attorney John l. Hanging j ton of Paintsville. Kyd a expressed to j Day the opinion that a jealousy Over Jem Ite retire j army Man thinks Stepson a another Man which she said showed private United automobile workers ranks Cut be Board meeting in the offices . Also is known to feet the it in wife a room placements by the employment serv in Canada however. Organizers for of John l. Lewis. Chairman of the the company broke an agreement i from the census Bureau there is no K. From the budget Bureau and there is no request from the miss Perkins figures downtown. Secretary Perkins made Public figures meanwhile a a to dare Emp by sgt informed sources said to company they maintain broke a a it a strike Union Leader yesterday a forc of High p discussed anew the prospects of a command of the United automobile facials Refu de to draw up an agree sympathy strike in general motors workers at Washington tomorrow. Ment Wuh the uni0n to cover the the unions drive for Ford Mem q3hawa workers. Bers was reported to be a leading not discus red item on the Agenda of a special sex Homer Martin president of the plants in this country. The Issue threatened split in it by the associated press Topeka kas., apr. 1�?the bullets of two new York gunmen he sought to trap two Days ago Cook at a Kentucky Mountain 1,1 a s Ivy Lull ice reached the highest level during the Law and the committee for in committee for Industrial organza to end that Oshawa Shrike he i i claimed the life of a Young Federal Camp was the Mouv for then Jarch for the past 33 months and dust rial organization have asserted a lion. He reached with general motors agent just As his fellow a men laying 24 year ago of James wat woman is near Dea h the second highest in the history such a sympathy move would be a the unum prepared to Chart it. Offici8lli m i it ctr it last thu Shay. Were clamping an $11,000 web of evidence about the gangsters today. W. W. Baker 27, the agent died Terson. 60-year-old pendent. The Martin county Camp superin by the associated press. Grand jury Santa Cruz calif., apr. 18.�?mrs. Last Midnight in a Hospital Here of a indicted Harvey Hardin about 45, b a Boggs who police said was four Bullet wounds he suffered in on a murder cd rec after determine 7 / a a a of pm of r his first major assignment. An Watterson died from a Bullet How by re a red a it Quot it a a a a or emergency operation and at least and a not a heat attack. I husband when he mistook her 12 ii Terney for the opening two blood transfusions were a year old son for another Man in p shielded in secrecy a a there is no doubt in my mind. Her bedroom Lay near death today. It an epidemic of in the death of the agent we j Harrington asserted a but that it District attorney Benjamin last few Days base-1 show has come up from most ballyhooed Spring of the service. In that month she Majc to support the demands of 3, course another expansion of pro in the other hand men Taj said. 193.622 private placements 700 strikers at Oshawa ont. J auction equipment was announced motors maintains that the feb were made an increase of 22.5 per second peace Effort fail by the Ford company Only major Rumary agreement no More covered cent. Over the preceding month. When the second peace Effort of automobile producer which has not Canadian workers than it covered Quot lied on Page eight by the i the Rilling was jealousy Over the Knight said asian d Boggs 1g shielded in such secrecy Federal Bureau of investigation it Camp Cook. Did not become know publicly in j the Cook he said was mrs. Poll it til the body a removed to a Runyon Mother of mrs. John har funeral Home. Bakery a father a j less who revived the mystery sur these series of weekend develop Premier Hepburn failed at Toronto negotiated with the u. A. W. A. Ments came As Congress waited for saturday. Mayor Alex Hall of Osh method change reported a revised budget estimate from the Awa gave the Law until today to j a company official disclosed that president including his recommend carry out its earlier plan for a com Henry Ford who recently said he nations for 1938 fiscal year Relief Pete general motors strike. If it would Quot demonstrate some real com appropriations. Failed he said he would ask the petition in Quantity has senator Vandenberg conceded woofers disclaim the inter nation approved construction Here of a a was the news Hon Al Hoig Lowdown on the higher wife would be charged with murder if she Dies. A Boggs arrested at a hotel a few resident of Yuma ariz., was rounding water Sony a strange death 1 hours after the shooting yester understood to be in seclusion Here when she testified she saw Hardin Day was quoted by Knight As say in nearby Kansas City Federal then a school teacher shoot the col eng a i suspected her of affairs Agenes held Alfred Dower and lege red superintendent As he Lay with other men but i had no Robert Suhay gangsters accused asleep in a bunkhouse. years older than his 37-year-old that his estimate would represent a unj0n and return to work. The greatest number of persons employed in our history a but said it would mean an increase of Only 2,167.000 Over the 1929 maximum. Secs need for on Sun Lubin explained that the department made no Effort to calculate the number of jobless but that it of an $18,000 Katonah n.y., Bank it Beery. To face what United states Harrington said although mrs. Harless was a a just a Young girl thought a a proof found he believed he had found such attorney s. S. Alexander said would a time. May 31, 1913, she was proof he Tom the District atom cd be a prompt indictment for murder the prosecutor indicated the indictment would be sought before a june grand jury although there was a possibility of a special Gran but Harrington indicated he had jury being called earlier. Alexander been located by saying extradition positive in her identification of har j when he followed his wife to the Din As the killer telling the grand Home of friends. She was in bed jury a she had gone to school to and nearby in a twin bed. Was her Hardin has not been apprehended son by a former marriage. The son Danny told officers Boggs fired three shots two said the death penalty would be demanded. Captured without shot the two gangsters blasted their Way out of a trap Friday in Topeka s downtown Post office. As Baker Wras Cut Down by bullets the Roosevelt a return fire of his fellow agents wounded Suhay in the left wrist. Homer Sylvester 5 foot 4 Inch Nebraska sheriff and his Deputy seized the gangsters without a shot Friday night. The new yorkers had lost their Way in the streets of Plattsmouth neb., a town of 3,700. J. Edgar Hoover director of the Fri said in Washington that the gunmen admitted the Topeka shooting. Felix j Seln tox a a Tucker Quot president f a Vii 10 advise him that court s fingers were hij1 write the rulings in Caisy by reformer attended j1 a school. Ftfe lines Examina l add Oil Way fuss confirms their the Hughes. Mon opened Only a they gave no de _ if what constitutes _ of fervently interpreted Newark paper switchboard rates. They failed to vaguely whether the son a permitted fed 0 wages hours 0ds the Cohen the time of Watterson death. Operator is fatally shot banquet Date set Altoona a. Apr. Is. It a lock Haven state teachers College alumni will hold their annual banquet in Altoona on May 3. We Deal he said. Papers were being prepared. He striking mrs. Boggs one going would not divulge whereabouts of \ wild and attempted to Send a the fugitive. At the time of his in-1 Bullet through his own head. The dict ment. Hardin was reported Liv 1 intended suicide Bullet went High involuntary or ing in Pueblo colo., but police there As the gun Quot jumped the boy said. No it reported they could find no Trace the former world War Captain i a Jtj of him said he returned from san fran Martin county judge Tom har Cisco to his Santa Cruz Home to p ans 0 Din Uncle of Harvey said his be be informed by his wife a maid that phew whom he described As a Zinno she had gone to the Home of i. Cent of the charge lived in this Sec and mrs. J. A. Harris to spend Pillion until after the world War when Day night there. He a went West for his he officers said mrs. Bog said Harvey was a graduate civil in i Awakening As hoi husband enter Ginger and served in the army for j bedroom with a drawn revolver a while during the War. After being admitted to the horns the judge asserted further that Home by a negro servant Grappe his Nephew was �?o75 Miles a wave at with him. Fhe of fico said it pushed her away and fired. 2.500.000 cubic foot Gas Holder. This problem appeared Likely to High As an 18-Story come up for discussion in the special thro u. A w. A. Board meeting meeting of the Law executive coming Only a month after the Reg Board today at Washington along ular quarterly session in Cleveland. With reported factional troubles appears to have been called because within the organization. Of unexpected developments since Heads into Busy w Eek that time. Another important topic facing there were reports the Union was estimated 33.500,000 persons were Union leaders is the Ford motor considering changing its method of holding jobs in february. Kamjen co organization Campaign. Braced approaching the Independent Ford or Quot Ali a if Fure Aby validation of the Wagner act. The a comp any in View of the supreme Law leadership was expected to court decisions upholding the wag put new strength into its drive to Ner act. Enrol Ford workers. Hints filing of charges Ford Only major producer who so Homer Martin Union president. Far has not negotiated with the has indicated charges against the Law has just announced a new sex Ford company might be filed with pension program for his huge River the National labor relations Board. Rouge Plant to step up production Martin who said recently a we will have Henry Ford definitely on the currently free of strikes the a run by commented that to Mobile Industry headed into a the meeting will a discuss Organiza can make rational1 Busy week with the Prospect of pro Tiona pans a with our during 130,000 cars and trucks by he denied recurrent rumours Here with our response _. A ,. ,.bdl saturday. That the Board also is expected to _1 a j investigate reports of a factional ring rum or Tai in 250 strike s dispute within u. A. W. A. Ranks a let of Taro Lullu or that disciplining of Radical be hotel upper floors a Philadelphia. Apr. 18 a1. Harry ments Quot in the Union was Conte the company a employees in England and Germany. A so far As my knowledge goes there was no discussion of Candida whatsoever in the negotiations that preceded the Detroit agreement a Alfred p. Sloan or. Told the associated press by Telephone from continued on Page fourteen a i do not for a moment question the method of estimate employed in i the Lubin memorandum a a Vandenberg said but suggested that the differences Between their calculations Quot clearly demonstrate our vital need for an unemployment census. I Quot we need to know precisely who i is unemployed where they Are 1wm Why they Are unemployed and p0811 ties but says Boake Carter revolution technique. Steel and pacifism. Tattoo or fingerprints. Viener president of the Kitchen plated. Equipment Sheet Metal workers i Union said 250 workers in six shops tool lev Cak v on strike yesterday. They Philadelphia apr. Is a a tool Toledo o., apr. 18 Imp a fire swept through the upper floors of the new 10-Story Secor hotel to demanded a 40-hour week wages of Ley car killed Jacob Birak. 73, to night. Fire chief Schlorf said the flames would be confined to the ninth and tenth floors. An undetermined number of guests and employees were reported to have fled the flames. Some were aided by firemen. $1.12 an hour and Union tion. Recogni-1 Day. Police held Harvey Howarth. I 25, the Motorman in $1,500 bail Newark n. A. Apr .18 up a an an i when police reached the scene. A a Upsy a. A. A Prat or in i both were in the front seat of 2 which does not i attractive switchboard operator in Smith a Duffy be a Newark newspaper office was and wheel boys notified police fatally shot today detectives said by a suitor who took his own life. Of the tragedy. Staats said the motive i for the r5earcdut As simply a tt1 which of permanent act Urmanas m is highly paid a a _ _ Egton tipsters Quot police found the wounded couple double shooting had not been de \ a in Psychoanal a about noon in an automobile Park ter mined. Smith he said had Calili have dumped de near i pleasant cemetery in j de mrs. Duffy by Telephone this e the new Deal the residential Section of the City morning had picked her up at her attitude of abject shot in the head and breast mrs. J apartment and driven to the place c rank in Lois Duffy 32, died before arrival where the car was found. Y Ford now Frame at City Hospital. The detective said mrs. Duffy what now a Allen w Smith 26. Former pub was separated from her husband a deity manager for a local theatre and was the Mother of a girl in 7ra family was taken to the Hospital where he close observe died tonight from a head wound. Los jealousies a1 detective John Staats of the homicide squad said a .32 Caliper a pistol was in Smiths right hand Cal Tinney Charles Pearsall president of the colombian steamship lines and one of the very few ship operators in America who is a Liberal knows his stuff and in t out to Nick the government warned at a National safety Council convention in new York that communists were Busy As beavers in the american merchant Marine. He produced a copy of instructions issued by communist Headquarters to agents working on ships which ran thusly a we must not function Only As a progressive Union group. Tye Are revolutionary workers preparing for the decisive struggle to end capital agents were instructed to hold regular shipboard meetings. Quot every said the instructions a must become a stronghold for our party. Johnstown a. Apr. 18 a j Somerset county detective Harry the first task of the agent is to j hundreds of nimrods jammed West Jacobs said scores of Farmers a select a common grievance for the 1 pm Pennsylvania a Trout streams trolled their land from Early morn purpose of mobilizing the today the first sunday of legalized ing to prevent trespassing. Church in the Light of Pearsall remarks fishing in the states history. Attendance in the country districts and i repeat he in t one or Chase in Somerset county the Banks fell off considerably he added. Harum scrum Fellows who soc i the Rev. Or. Clifford a. Owens Boushie behind every Bush or lamp Post i commend to every thought nimrods Jam streams for first Legal sunday fishing new York City he a living in a v-8 age with from Henry Ford s recent est Model t philosophy. _ times has changed. If you done to of the Loyalhanna. Millcreek. Lynn statement go jul. One Impi Ese eve they be changed Henry look run and tub Mill Creek were lined of memorial Baptist Church. Johns Sion Henry believes in an open How they passed an anti Lynching with office workers lawyers City town said he did no to think sunday Ful citizens Library the addition shop and a shut mind. Bill in the House the other Day. J policemen storekeepers business fishing would affect the attend j of a Small Book entitled a coup he says John l. Lewis is finance some Southern congressmen were men and those who just a work at Ance in his Church any More than d eat the technique of revolt 08 three her a teens. Fellow workers at the newspaper office were surprised at word she was married and said they had believed her daughter was her sister. So mad at the Bill a passing they a other summer recreations. To on Quot by Malapart. Could have gone out and Hung they waded splashed cast reel i at first evangelical Church Here written by an italian w to was somebody. De and revealed in their Holiday like Rev. S. V Carmany. Declared Sun j with Mussolini on the March to i talked to a Salesman who got kids playing hookey from school. Day fishing had not affected the Rome in 1922, and who was an Back from the South yesterday. He but for once their fishing Wasny to attendance. Italian government witness to tha even if our cows go dry we blame said he meet some of the hookey. Sunday had Given them a a i looked around for that Espe revolutions of Russia and Post a a it on Wall Street. On this and folks he wanted to see. He would Chance to Chase the speckled Trout scially this he said a and As Well As Italy it has had Small some other matters i think we get Call at their place of business and without taking tic oif from Busi All the fishermen in my co Grega a to the source of Henry a trouble find a sign a out to Lynch Ine a j tion were Here in j continued on Page Nice de by Wall Street. Well Henry May know carburettors but he done to know Wall Street. Henry just comes from the Middle West that Sall. Out there

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