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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 9, 1938, Racine, Wisconsin Trothi Racine journal Timis. Monday afternoon May 9, i93s, punish Hague president urged congressman would remove mayor from democratic Post Washington May 9.�?<u.gt�? Hep. Jerry of Connell . Raid today that he would ask president Roosevelt to remove mayor Frank Hague of Jersey City n. J., from his office of vice chairman of the democratic National committee. He will seek Hague s removal on the grounds that he has infringed civil liberties and Lias become a a disgrace to his party. A simultaneously he announced that he would request an investigation of Hague s activities by the Senate civil liberties committee. Chairman Robert m. La Follette . Of the Senate committee said that he would give of Connell s request a serious of Connell and rep. John t. Bernard f.-l.,-Minn. Had planned to denounce Hague at a meeting in Jersey City saturday night. they cancelled their plans in new York at the last minute after being advised that rioting and bloodshed might ensue. They had been refused a permit by City officials to make the speeches. Jailed Hague foe to go to court Jersey City n. J., May 9.�? up attorney Samuel Rothbard will apply in Federal court at Newark today for a writ of Hareas Corpus to release James f. Bur Kite a political foe of mayor Frank Hague in prison on charges of using obscene language in an anti Hague speech. Rothbard said he was refused admission to the county Penitentiary to see Burkitt yesterday and that it was a it in final outrageous incident in the denial of civil liberties in the Burkitt Burkitt a wife who saw her husband yesterday reported that he had gone on a hunger strike because of ill treatment. He had been transferred to the Rock pile. A the had not eaten in 48 hours and he told me he would not cat again until he got out even if it is in a wooden Box a mrs. Burkitt said. Thomas Points to danger. Hague was noncommittal on events saturday night at journal Square when 50,000 of his followers massed to prevent two congressmen from making speeches in which they had intended to denounce Hague As a reps. Jerry of Connel .and John t. Bernard their plans for speaking at a conference in new York with officials of the International labor defense who were to have sponsored their test of free speech Here. The congressmen returned to Washington saying they would a a invade Jersey City within the next two weeks. Norman Thomas socialist Leader who was ejected from journal Square when he tried to make a speech a week ago saturday night said in a radio speech at new York last night a various factors including the prominence of mayor Hague have combined to give Jersey City a National importance. It is a Mirror in which other cities May see what they May become. It is a warning that neither the declaration of Independence the climate of America nor the inherent qualities of americans is a sure antidote against dictatorship. It can happen Here because it happens habitually in Jersey woman Carrier retires Oregon City Ore ins a Twenty years of a packing the mail was ended today for mrs. Edith Richards one of the few women mail carriers in the nation. After spending 20 years delivering mail on a Rural route out of Oregon City mrs. Richards went on the voluntary retired list. Misery Dot to eczema or Teri tit Relief Tram Hie tar in no burning apply retinal. A e 5inol dual christening for Navy s newest twins tax u. S. Bonds Borah demands declares he will renew fight on Wisconsin news notes Milwaukee. A up a or. M. G. Ellinger program chairman of the 40th annual convention of the Wisconsin osteopathic association said More than 150 osteopathic physicians surgeons and specialists were expected to attend the Compromise measure meeting Here May 13-15 officers Are or. P. R. Koogler Hustisford president and or. E. Elton Milwaukee Secretary treasurer. Or. Ellinger is vice president destroyer Rowan destroyer stack latest additions to big United states Navy. Latest additions to what big Navy advocates Hope will soon become a United states a Navy second to none Are the twin 1,500-ton destroyers pictured above being formally christened and launched at Norfolk Navy Yard. They Are the Rowan left and stack right. Washington May 9.�? Jav senator Borah r., Ida said today he would renew his fight against the Compromise tax Bill because it omits legislation to make Federal securities taxable. The measure drafted by a joint Senate House committee probably will come before the Senate tomorrow for final approval. Committee members predicted few senators would join Borah in opposing it Borah pointed out that amendments to eliminate tax exempt securities twice had been stricken from tax Bills by conference committees. The first Case occurred three years ago the second applies to the pending Bill. Eliminated by conferees. A the president has said he wants these tax exempt securities Madison. A U.A Wisconsin had 2,809 deaths during March i 12 above the six year average for the month the state Board of health reported. Deaths at Ages past 65 years totalled 1,477 in March or 117 More than average while infant deaths were limited to 208, or 14 less than average. Heart disease and cancer the two leading death causes showed increased March tolls As did disasters suicides and fatal accidental Falls according to Board figures. or a Reserve officers of the Wisconsin area will hold a two Day Contact Camp and eliminated a said Borah who had convention Here May 20 and 21 succeeded in having the Senate in Sert a provision. A we had a Chance to something immediately but the conferees have killed that chairman Harrison d., miss of the Senate finance committee i replied that the conferees had eliminated the Borah amendment i on the insistence of the House. I they also believed he said that the whole question of making state Sod Back in 1910, when such -1�? Wilson and Roosevelt a was and Federal securities taxable publicans As old fighting Bob More than 7,000,000 ahead of the should he considered in one sep Arate measure. Bob Lafollette labels third party personal invitation to Liberal voter Washington May 9.�? a a ask Young Bob la Follette what this new National progressive party la Follette George Norris Wil regular Republican Taft. Is All about and he tells you it is Ham e. Borah and Hiram Johnson then came the War and its of Primoni ily a personal invitation to were throwing political Monkey Termath of confusing economic or. Liberal voter who does no to feel wrenches into their own party a ups and Downs. It was not until machinery. 1924 that the genuine progressive in those Days Theodore Roose 1 movement put in its second a velt for one and Woodrow Wil Yearance. This time old fighting son for another saw the ideals of j Bob scorned the two major Par these men making an impression ties and carried the Banner alone. On a Broad Section of the nations he polled 5,000,000 votes a Mere voters. I drop in the bucket. At Home with the democrats or republicans. No disgruntled socialists or communists need apply. Senator Bob la Follette and his brother governor Phil co founders of the party Are practical politicians they know the Radical stamp is no Good for All around vote getting anywhere in the United states. Then a it Kyoung Bob Why the baby party was launched at this particular time and you la get a lot of interesting reasons that Haven to yet appeared on the records. A fact explains Young Bob seriously a a real american Liberal is not getting a Square Deal from either of the major political parties right now. The conservative wings of both the democratic and Republican parties Are playing Hob with president Roosevelt a progressive 1936 platform. The democratic party in particular is divided and the program the party pledged itself to carry out is in a sabotage by conservatives. Young Bob tells you he thinks a majority of voters in this country approved the Roosevelt 1936 platform when they elected the new Deal president. He be Buckeye enters guilty plea to gambling charge Waukesha wis., May 9.�? pm seven More men indicted by the grand jury which is investigate Madison. A U.A costs of Relief declined approximately $24,-000,000 in Wisconsin in 1937 compared to 1936, the first drop in such expenditures since 1932, the Wisconsin taxpayers Alliance reports. The decline from $114,-500,000 in 1936 to $90,600,000 in 1937, was accompanied by a drop from an average Case Load of 143,-000 to 130,000, according to reports of the state departments of Public welfare the Alliance stated. Milwaukee a U.A Federal judge Patrick t. Stone took the Bench in Federal District court Here today to assist judge f. A. Geiger As the government began prosecution of 195 cases on the docket. a a. H. Spevacek supervisor of commodity distribution for the Public welfare Kiekhofer of the University of Wisconsin economics department and Benjamin a. Kiekhofer Secretary a treasurer of the Union refrigerator transit company. Mrs. Kiekhofer was the widow of Rev. F. Kiekhofer who was a District superintendent of the evangelical Church in Wisconsin for 28 years. Rev. Kiekhofer died nine years ago. Milwaukee. A w a the Wisconsin Section of the american Turner bund closed its convention Here yesterday by approving a Resolution condemning the German american Volks bund. A similar Resolution will be offered at the National convention in Detroit in july. Delegates voted to shift Headquarters from Sheboygan to Milwaukee. The Milwaukee unit was named to elect officers for next year. Auxiliary officers elected were mrs. A. F. Zurheide Sheboygan president mrs. C. Mueller Madison Vic president a mrs. Richard Reich Mann Sheboygan Secretary and mrs. Erna Dolge Milwaukee treasurer. U.A participation Hopkins raps Hoover s plan spa administrator favors abolishing of direct Relief it Washington May 9.�? a it a spa administrator Harry l. Hopkins criticizing proposals of former president Hoover to return Relief supervision to the states declared last night that direct Relief should be abolished. The Federal work Relief program he said in a radio address is far Superior to direct Money Grants. Termed propaganda. Hopkins termed charges that Federal Money has been wasted in spa and elsewhere a the political propaganda of people who Are still unwilling to accept the idea that every citizen has a right to a certain minimum declaring a the Only living exp resident of the United states says we Are headed straight for fas cism a he replied to or. Hoovers of 2.500 High school musicals was j recent speech at Oklahoma City. Anticipated today by prof. Orien e. Dailey of the University of Wisconsin music school during the annual state High school music festival Here May 28. Only first division winners in 12 District contests will be eligible to engage in the contests sponsored by the University and the Wisconsin a i wonder if his hoovers stubborn refusal to recognize realities when the House was crumbling about his head strengthened the Peoples Faith in democracy a Hopkins said. Cites Bonus March. A i wonder if the pious phrases school music association Dailey the 6? to millions of desperate said. District contests were sched per ple Quot a be Devyln any Fede ral used at Ashland Rice Lake eau responsibility for reef strength Claire Lacrosse River Falls min a the pm Puar Aith in the Forra Erat Point Columbus Manitowoc i of Bover men. Marshfield Whitewater new a i wonder if the tear Gas with London and Milwaukee. I which he greeted the Bonus army _ i was his idea of the full Flower of eau up a mrs. Mary i democracy Roosevelt warned the republi-1 in 1938 political confusion no Waukesha county gambling department said nearly 8,500,000 cans and Wilson warned the dem j comes again. The american labor j conditions pleaded today 1 of surplus food commode of crafts. Roosevelt was willing to party has real strength in new i before circuit judge c. M. Davies have been received by wis Lead the republicans into Progress j York state. Straw polls indicate s0 Sive channels and Wilson was a i Roosevelt popularity falling off candidate for president under the slightly in the far West and South Banner of the a new and Here comes that same old pro the democrats heeded wilson1 Gressie movement poking its but the republicans rejected head above the surface headed by Roosevelt so he ran As the head of the sons of old fighting Bob. The progressive party ticket. Wil it looks As though the progression won and the combined vote of Sive movement is a perennial the two a a progressive candidates and a Hardy perennial at that. The i Consin since january i for Distri seven who will be sen Buyon needy families. The fenced May 20 along with others j who previously entered pleas were bought by the Federal surplus commodities Cor diplomats gather in Geneva for dramatic league session were charged with keeping and using gambling devices. They were Anton Vogt Brookfield township Garland gob Buckeye assessor of Chenequa township former Milwaukee a comic Iodides incl i apples or Anges peaches pears celery Beans Rice butter canned peas e. Dulany widow of Dan m. Dulany wealthy eau Claire Lumberman died saturday night. She was noted for Many generous bequests to churches and hospitals Here. or a preliminary hearing for Roy Stevens 40, charged with the murder of Oscar Bornstein Here last december will be resumed tomorrow before Supe a i say it is policies like these which strike at the existence of our selves to carry it out. A we Are assuming a he goes on a that the majority still wants a Geneva May 9.�? ins a for civil wars will loom Large in the what is Likely to prove one of the debate on Spain. Most dramatic sessions in the his May diam Las plea. Tory of the league of nations coun Alvarez Del Vayo no doubt cil diplomats gathered today for j will Point out that if the resold the councils 101st meeting. Tion passes Congress in washing and because the Council must Tony it wil1 Ive the Spanish gov lives the conservatives Are Sabo Bow before the stress of Hiffa in i Ernie nth a defences a new lease on taking that program the same politics and on conservatives who pledged them Way for Britain and France to1 but the Council is Likely to Dis recognize the italian Conquest of j the spaniards plea by Ethiopia the session will be the erring him Back to the Buck first of a new Era that will find j passers catch All the London no Liberal progressive program and the league weaker than Ever be j intervention committee they want it As soon As they can fore. Derailing of China a complaints get it. We simply Are offering them Haile Selassie himself the against Japan also seems prob the Opportunity to get the Job Black bearded Negus of conquer j Able. And there is Little Chance that done. De Abyssinia will probably a i China will make any headway in a Only the broadest outline of appear before the Council before the having the league formally Brand platform has been presented. De week is out and plead his Case Nippon As the aggressor. Tails candidates All of that comes there for the last time. Later depending on the support we firework promised get. Principles we have stated. The chances Are that later the the program itself must come to Council will decide that he is no us from the people who want this longer the head of the ethiopian j government in fact although the j Council will not go so far As to pats it up to voters. recognize King Victor Emmanuel Young Bob off his Horn of Italy As emperor of Ethiopia rimmed glasses. He looks for1 fireworks also Are promised by All the world like a business Man Julio Alvarez Del Vayo Spanish discussing a sales campaigns not j government Delegate to the league at All like a spell Binder trying to and or. Wellington Koo chinese emissary. Viscount Halifax British foreign Secretary in Star chamber sessions with individual delegates has already Laid Well the ground Cine and major league baseball Pitcher Lester Wood new Berlin Claude Sprague Muskego Edward j Anco potatoes. Wisconsin producers Woodruff Pewaukee Joseph Jac j contributed butter peas and to quest Waukesha and Paul no \ Matoes. Watskey Mukwonago. I a their pleas were changed from 1 Milwaukee. A U.A Funer innocent to guilty after they with j a1 services Wil be held Here to Drew affidavits of prejudice Morrow for mrs. Christine Kiek against judge Davison. Portion in co operation with the i rior judge Roy h. Proctor. An agricultural adjustment admin j attempt by defense counsel to of is ration for the primary purpose i Tain a new judge for the hearing of preventing waste and protect was voided by circuit judge a ing returns to the growers. The j gust c. Hoppmann who ordered to preside at the preliminary hearing. U.A a City Council member is prohibited by Law from Selling Beer to licensed taverns located in the City in which he is an Alderman an attorney general a opinion informed dist. Atty. John h. Rouse of Sauk Spain a american colonies already had established five universities when Harvard the first in the United states was founded in 1636. Kidneys must Clep. Jul adds Kis Onous wastes in your blood thro t mail tiny delicate kidney tubes or filters. It functional disorders due to germs in the kidneys or bladder make you suffer from Oett inf up nights nervousness. Let Paine circles under eyes. Dimness. Backache swollen joints. Acidity or burning passages done to rely on Ordinary medicines. Fight such germs with the doctors prescription eyelet. Cycles starts working in s boars and a land must prove entirely satisfactory in i week 1 be exactly the Medicine you need or mow Back is guaranteed. Telephone your drugs for Cywin Balsa Tes today. The Guarani protects you. Copy. Us Tim Knox co. Hofer Mother of prof. William a. 1 county. Wisconsin varieties Pierce county sheriff nominates most audacious Check forger by the associated press sheriff k. Elstad of Pierce county nominates for the a most audacious Check forgery the Penman who borrowed Elstad a Sig hts she reports nearly 300, no two alike. Best known of course is the sistine Madonna by Raphael but mrs. Zimmerman says most persons not know Raphael nature for rubber checks cashed himself did four variations of the Congress today work up the emotions of voters. A the demand for this party is right Here a he says waving his hand toward the Senate. A it has been growing for a Long time. Why in my 13 years on Capitol j for what he wants to facilitate Hill i have seen one single strict j recognition of Ethiopia As Italy sly party vote. Ask any Congress since soviet Russia Chile and Man what his politics is. He wont some other latin american states Tell you he a a Democrat or a j Are militantly opposed to recon publican. Hell Tel you what kind nation and since unanimous goof a Democrat or Republican he is. I sent of the Council would be Nec when parties get that Way they Essary. Lord Halifax has had to no lib Vinci Umu. A Lono distance rib Kris Matsen phone Jackson sit storage Are no longer hanging together. A but you can to expect a new political party to grow like Topsy. Somebody must express the principles. Somebody has to write a general outline. We have Only made a beginning. We have no specific campaigns in mind. We done to have our eyes glued on 1938, �?T40 or even �?T44. We Are not hooked up to any time schedule. We Hope and believe that a majority of the voters want to express themselves wont to feel that their vote will so. Says senator Bob the progressives who supported Roosevelt in 1936 Are still for Roosevelt. They mere1/ Are against the democratic party. They think it is killing the Roosevelt program. You feel the new progressive party would like to run Roosevelt for president in 1940�?if he wants to take the Chance. But Young Bob wont talk names and dates. He is appealing to a Broad band of voters and he does not want to give any Liberal a reason not to look into the new party plans. Aaa party a per Wall this movement really is the third appearance of a progressive party that began mining the resort to other subterfuges. He expects to gain a simple declaration by Wilhelms m liners. Latvian president of the conference setting Forth the conflicting opinions of member nations regarding Ethiopia. This will be interpreted As freeing each country to Deal with the ethiopian question As it wishes. Senate debates agricultural appropriation Bill tax Bill conference report on Railroad loan Bill. Committees. Interstate Commerce subcommittee on Federal communications act. Conference on legislative appropriation bilk House debates civil aeronautics Bill. Committees. Appropriations on recovery deficiency Bill. Naval affairs on Public a works Bill. Banking and currency on reconstruction finance corporation amendment. Interstate Commerce subcommittee on Bridge Bills. Dying robber runs with Bullet in heart at Maiden Rock. Twenty years ago Frithjof Larson chairman of the town of Goetz Chippewa county carved his initials on a mud Turtle in Chap Creek and released it. The other Day school children caught the same Turtle in the same Creek. Its weight had increased from four to 16 pounds. Janesville a fire loss during april was $40. Eau Claire discovered a resident named Paul Revere. He rides too but in a truck. Aaa a Teddy a a Collie watchdog who can flip Sticks from his nose and catch them was a taken for a ride from his Home in Lacrosse. Bob Amunson of the family to which the dog pays allegiance heard Teddy a barks and discovered him in a Street manhole where he had been a prisoner overnight. Apparently would be burglars put Teddy in the Hole for his Collar was torn off and the manhole cover was in place. Aaa mrs. R. A. Zimmerman wife of. A Menomonie wis pharmacist collects reproductions of paintings and sketches of the Madonna. She same picture. The theme has been used by artists All Over the world. A Harry Green of Fulton who is 84, has lived for 75 years within hearing of the congregational Church Bell. For a genuine Pioneer there sold Daniel Brandt of Allen Grove near Janesville bom in a log Cabin in Boone county ii in 1846. Donald Perry 12, of Janesville has been producing Marionette shows for four years. His latest is a Snow White a in five acts and 15 scenes. A pair of red Woolen mittens left in the Wall of the Anchor Mill at Superior 45 years ago were found by workmen razing the Structure. They still were in fair condition. Another doomed landmark is the old Nicolet hotel at eau Claire built about 1870. Aaa three Manawa boys sailed boats on the Little Wolf River North of the Manawa Bridge for the first time in old settlers recollections. The Rev. Lowell Reykdal went out in one of the converted skiffs but a puff of wind capsized it and he became one of the first swimmers of the year. Arena vocational students reversed the usual procedure boys wielding rolling pins and making pie crusts and Over alled girls planting Trees for windbreaks. Or. And mrs. E. C. Bechtolt of near Monroe bought a House put it on three sets of wheels and moved it themselves a Quarter of a mile without upsetting an alarm clock from a window. Aaa at Thiensville miss Helen kurts discovered in her Back Yard a Muskrat with its head wedged in a tin can. With the grocer boys help she got the can off and the rat scampered Back to nearby Pigeon Creek. Four Days later she saw the Muskrat again making its Way to the House its nose wedged in another tin can. She got that one off unaided. Now miss kurts is wondering if its to become a steady Job. Paterson n. J., May 9.�? we a a Safe Cracker ran two blocks today with a Bullet in his heart before falling dead. He was the session which will at last j identified As Vincent Wezlowski see final italian Triumph in the j 25, of Paterson. He was shot by Long struggle of sanctions begins j detectives Leo Donnelly and Jos incidental in on the anniversary Eph Sellner who caught him and of formal italian annexation of j a companion Donald Miller 33, Ethiopia. I attempting to open the Safe of the backing a a realist Halifax is Graden theater. Miller was Cap a a realist Georges Bonnet French j tured. Foreign minister for the next move in european politics will be a franc attempt to secure a settlement with Italy such As Britain the Resolution of american senator Nye to lift american arms embargoes so far As applied to you know Tao a sat Bata to Tow Root Stags la a atom ois oat a Rotor it Corone gag Asoo oter Vox Ici company say Ekmanis Cai owners spacial Mooter to to Montej Laola fios Cak Wash i both grease Job for j. S. Applegate a Wisconsin St. I 1.70 More than $10,000 for snapshots watch for details in Jar sol Tiht sunday i synths sunday May 15th Ara i s t o v of of i i n n in by s the word meaning a sports enthusiast came into being Between i860 and 1900. The owner of the St. Louis a brows baseball team stated that a Friend of his was the wildest baseball fanatic he had Ever encountered. Sports writers took up the word which was shortened to its present form a fan by headline writers i a car i pm Mim Mai Emmis i e Fin it Kemm we of Catt la Tele log void we eve okie in i Leoce a e washed clean lubricated by factory specifications Thompson gasoline alleys i a a a m Ciempil v

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