Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
1 Apr 1935

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1 Apr 1935

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 01, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times vol. 96. No. 77. In Wrath prom St Racine wis., monday afternoon april i 1935. So jotted pres 20 pages a 3 cents House strategists draft final action on work Relief new plans � Campaign nears close Mise leaders willing to recede on amendments. Washington. April ?" i put a the House stood by president Roosevelt today to Send the $4,880,000,000 work Relief Hill Back to conference with the Senate for elimination of the a direct work limitation. The vote was 249 to to. Washington april ?" Abs House democratic Leader today resorted his of Gage Rule procedure in an attempt to heed and i let from president Roosevelt and Send tin 11.-880.000.04ki Relief Hill Iwuc to a Onnerem a with the Senate. Washington a i ii ?"<& a ought in a last minute Montro Ray Over the $4,880,000,000 work r he Bill weary House leaders met Day to begin an Effort to get i of amendments which they said Ltd opposed by president Roose to. The administration strategists t to have been trying for Well Over j to months to enact the measure it a form acceptable to the White 1 ouse. Were called to Confer at a. In. Previously they had reached a of native decision to Send the Bill Lek to the congressional conference committee which wrote one f the disputed amendments and ? proved the other. Opposes amendments. Speaker Burns said yesterday i he president is opposed to the requirement that one third of $900,-<00,000 in Loans and Grants for state and Community work protects be spent directly for wages and also to an amendment orig rating in the Senate which would quire Senate confirmation of new Ork Relief officials. T Xifre wage provision has been protested wrongly by Secretary Ickes. The a Blic works administrator who id it would Block Many types projects. It was acknowledged that Send in the Bill Back to the conference Ommittee for elimination or renting of the controversial recons would delay the final Roll All from two or three Days to a Veek or More. Rep. Taylor d., pol acting democratic floor Leader was of in opinion it would be a of foolish o a mess the Bill up in delay in his manner. He said yesterday it would be easy to pass the measure a Oas is and then alter it feud on radio ended at last speakers hint twins to share Cotton carnival honors no one knows which really is Queen of fete Long Coughlin pushing organizations priest hits critics. The air Waves carried for the last time Over the weekend the Denun Chatory voices of general Hugh s. Johnson and Rev. Charles e. Coughlin pounding invective at one another Many believed today. Johnson in his reply to Coughlin s a ply to his original attack hinted he had had his say and intended saying no More. Coughlin in his weekly radio speech yesterday. Referred to Johnson Only briefly but in such a Way As to indicate hot a too was tiring of the controversy. Of course there remained the possibility that some circumstance not forseen by either would bring their bludgeons out again. Neither made a direct statement of his intention to end the dispute. Huey so Eaks again. Soon after Coughlin finished senator Huey p. Long third party in the microphone feud was telling the country again about his a share our wealth program denouncing president Roosevelt and his administration but referring neither to Johnson nor the priest. But after his speech in gang announced he had said All he intended to say about Johnson. The former Kra administrator Long said served a omy purpose and now in to through with ?� the capital noted with interest today that both Huey p. Long and father Charles e. Coughlin Are now engaged in an intensified Effort to build up their organizations an associated press dispatch said. Political observers with eyes on 19 36 did not Overlook the fact that senator Long in a radio speech last night devoted much of his time to an Appeal for support for his share the Wealti clubs though he got in turn to rage 19, col. 6> three Bank robbers go into court today Marston wis., april ?"<a\>--i three youths w Hose signed confessions said they attempted to Rob Europe arms As Pope issues peace Appeal Germany and Italy Call a More men to colors. Candidates to Issue final plea for votes at rallies tonight it it 300,000 lacking Auto licenses state reveals a Princess who is twins will Grace the throne of Memphis to great annual Cotton carnival and that s a fact not a joke. The throngs attending the fete May 6-11, will see both Jean Boyer left and june Boyer right wearing the Crown. But they Tell never know which is which As the twins town friends can t Tell them apart. One of them was chosen for the Honor but she refused unless her sister could share it. The solution was easy As a look at the pictures will prove. Defer ruling on test of Era Justice department asks supreme court to dismiss los Case. By adoption of a simple on. But authoritative resold Hie Bank of Mauston last wednes sources Day were to be taken into circuit lid the other course of action won rapport after word of or. Roose Elt s wishes was received. I i to Senate Quot House conferees Are willing to recede on these amendments and i am sure the House also is willing a speaker Tyrns had told newsmen. A therefore the matter rests entirely with the ?� Harry l. Hopkins Relief admin Strator was Back in the capital court today to plead to charges of Bank robbery armed assault and kidnapping. The defendants Are Mike Mon Czynski. 21 Edward Cudecki. 22, and Thomas Stopa 21, of Cicero. Us a suburb of Chicago. The y were arrested last thursday night the Day after Russell Hale. Assistant cashier at the Bank frustrated the raid with gunfire. Hale was wounded in the right zoning proposed Fop Highway Al hearing thursday in connection with the contemplated widening of Highway 41, it is proposed to create a residential zone along the entire thoroughfare in Racine county. Announcement of the proposal was made today by the county Highway commission which has called a Public hearing to be held at the courthouse thursday afternoon at 2 Oclock. Opportunity will be Given interested residents to express themselves regarding the proposed zoning. Business which has been established along the Highway would not be affected in ease the zoning District is ordered but All new enterprises would be prohibited there according to the plan of the commission. 1,100 Back it work Milwaukee april ?" or a two factories of the Albert h. Weinbrenner shoe manufacturing company reopened today and 1.100 employees returned to work. The plants shut Down several weeks ago for the taking of inventory announced it would protest the Dis and there had been reports of la Missal. I Bor trouble. Andis cupper co. Has strike due to concern s refusal to renew Union agreement. Washington april i a a the supreme court agreed today to permit the government to drop la Nua Oil a against William e. Belcher of Alabama. Washington. April ?"ap a the Justice department today formally asked the supreme court to dismiss the Case against w. E. Belcher of Alabama which had been expected to test the constitutionality of the National recovery act. Just As the dismissal motion was filed by Stanley Reed solicitor general the lumber code authority reversed itself a second time and the Andis Clipper company one of the first in Racine to become an All Union shop with the product bearing the Label became the scene of a strike this morning following a vote taken by local 43 2 european Powers were arming for an emergency today. Germany and Italy in particular called More men to the colors. From the Vatican came an Appeal for peace by Pope Pius who told 19 cardinals gathered for the secret consistory today that a War would be so enormous a crime so foolish a manifestation of fury we believe it absolutely impossible. Of however there is someone who wishes to commit a Othis nefarious crime a then the holy father said he could do nothing else than Pray to god to Quot destroy those Peoples who desire ?� sir John Simon British envoy was speeding to Warsaw to sell Poland on the proposition of a treaty that would encircle Germany in a ring of bayonets. Sir Simon recently completed treaty conversations with the soviet leaders of Russia. Germany Calls class of 1915 London april i. A in a unconfirmed British press reports said today the German military Vna a he a spec a of the a. Class of 1915. Totalling 580,000 Cine county better housing program Young men would respond to the in co operation with the state fed new conscription Law today by re sporting for their medical examine a a Ltd titration a Tion. Three Day clinic will be held in a these same reports said a total Cine starting wednesday morning of 8,.ioo, men is Likely to be at Oclock. Called up eventually for military a4 rns Nin i u g a. The first session will be held at training in Pursuit of Reich fuehrer Hitler to program to re establish to e better housing committee Germany As a first line military i Headquarters 519 main Street Power. With James h. Brannum general it also was reported that Gen ,. J. A a. _ a chairman presiding. An address Oral Erich Ludendorff the Veteran strategist of world War Days to Quot get delivered by Willis j. Ltd whom nazi Dom recently extended associate Federal housing adminis Swoboda and Radewan to broadcast Over station Wren. Madison wis., april i. A a More than 300,000 Wisconsin automobile owners had not filed for 1935 licenses up to today the state automobile licensing division estimated today. Tho 1934 registration totalled about 580,000. The period of Grace granted by the legislature will end at Midnight tonight after which Law officers will be authorized to arrest those without new License plates. Schedule Given for Fra clinic three Dav series starts wednesday speakers announced. The Olive Branch is to become one of the most influential members of of the International association of he new a National Council for de machinists. An a. F. Of l. Affiliate Fensel the creation of which is some members of the International soon to be announced. Waiting for final congressional a shoulder but returned the robbers fire and put them to rout without loot. The Trio waived preliminary examination w Hen arraigned in county court last saturday. Each youth was placed under $ 20.001 Bond. Ion. The slim Sharp spoken administrator Rode with the president to Florida last week to discuss details of the program. High court acts in Scottsboro Case All May be freed april Foo a i a it Washington april ?"<u.r a a the supreme court sternly con Enning barring of negroes from jury service today struck Down the conviction of two defendants in the Amous Scottsboro assault cases. Terms of the decision apparently will make it necessary for hem to be re indicted and May re ult in the ultimate release of All the seven negro defendants. The court in an opinion by chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes found that negroes had been systematically excluded from the jury his of Jackson county where the defendant were indicted. The a Murt held this was sufficient to � Ake the indictments invalid. The two cases before the court it Day involved Clarence Morris and a Wood Patterson both of w Horn had been convicted a second time and sentenced to death. Just another monday Washington april ?" a april fools Day was Only another monday at the White House. To noon. Mrs. Franklin i. Roosevelt had not been reminded that today is All fools to Day. Despite the fact that the Roosevelt s youngest son. John and three other Young people Are staying in the White House. Mrs. Roosevelt reported no tricks up to noon at least. Strikes in abeyance for various reasons unions May wait on legislation questioned if Green will Sanction w walkouts. Banker kills w Ife then ends own life Seattle april ?" >�?"willard m Perkins. To. Chicago banker shot and killed his wife then ended his own life in a room in a downtown Seattle hotel today. He left a note addressed to the hotel management identifying himself As a member of the University club. H Tea go. And added that a Large sum of Money was held for him there. Washington april ?" a the rubber Industry became the sore spot today of a disturbing labor situation involving workers in half a dozen major industries. Administration conciliators successful in averting a walkout of 350.000 Coal miners held High Hopes however of effecting a truce in several industries where strikes have been threatened for weeks. Principal Union leaders who made a verbal a of peace agreement with president Roosevelt two weeks ago. Appeared desirous of keeping that pact at least until Congress has time to enact pending labor legislation. Goodyear rubber company employees took a strike vote in which More than 3 too Union members participated yesterday. The result is to be made known probably at Midnight tuesday a walkout of rubber employees would involve 35.000 workers. Polishers to Union Are involved in the walkout also. Approximately 40 men Are out on strike and the Plant is being picketed. Operations Are at a standstill. Contract signed i ast year. One year ago the Andis company signed a contract with the Union. Negotiations have been under Way for about 30 Days and when they tailed to result in another agreement the strike became effective on the Date of expiration of the old contract. According to Ambrose Draksic business representative of the Union the strike vote was virtually unanimous. Though wage adjustments were included in the discussions the major Issue at stake is the Union agreement Bak sic said. He declared the company had refused to make another agreement with the Union but was attempting to Institute a shop policy of its own. Would not sign. Matthew Andis president of the company was reported out of the City this morning and could not be reached for a statement but it was Learned authoritatively that the firm had taken the position that it would not sign another Union contract. The vote was taken because of refusal of the company to recognize the american federation of labor Union men said. Similar votes Are scheduled for next sunday in the Firestone and Goodrich plants. A strike Call would have to have the Sanction of president William Green of the american federation of labor. There w As some doubt Roosevelt works Here if this permission would be forthcoming. Green participated in the White House conferences in which organized labor was believed to have been Given labor Assurance of administration support for legislation w hich labor wants. These agreements were the basis for action saturday when John l. Lewis United mine workers Union head and second Only to Green in Power in the federation agreed to the Era plan to continue existing turn to rage 2, col. 5 in Berlin official quarters refused to comment upon the British reports that the first contingents of Germany to new conscript army would move into training today Italy builds up army strength Rome. April i. Up a Italy s military class of 1914�?"250,000 Strong a today was called to the colors As the 20-year-Olds began the compulsory military training required of All italian males. Italy now has an army of More than 600,000 men mobilized. Official War department estimates declare that the kingdom could put an army of 7,938,000 trained men Between the Ages of 21 and 54 into the Field. France and Russia redrafting treaty Paris april ?" a France and Russia were reported today to be re drafting a proposed Eastern european Security treaty determined to launch it without Germany to participation. Trator on a stimulating interest in your ?� wednesday afternoon a session will be held at Union Hall at 2 Oclock in charge of chairman Brannum. Mayor William j. Swo Boda will give a Welcome talk and or. Erd will speak on a othe need for better Selling of better ?� a film. A before and ?� will be shown and George f. Kie Wert manager of financial relations of the Kha will talk on improvement in Bank co operation and better understanding of modernizing credit. Session wednesday night. Wednesday evening the session will be held at Union Ball at 8 Oclock. Talks will be Given by or. Erd and by representatives of cooperating Banks. Thursday evening at 8 Oclock at Union Hall talks will be Given by George e. Ackerman a promotional Engineer and h. To. Peterson of Milwaukee. The closing session will be at hotel Racine Friday evening. Roger c. Kirchhoff chief architectural supervisor of the Fua will be the main speaker his subject being a new construction amortized and insured ?� final rounds of Campaign ammunition will be fired tonight by opposing forces in the fight for control of Racine s municipal government and indications Point to a heavy vote when the Public makes the decision tomorrow. Mayor William Szvoboda and his aides will take Over a Mas meet ing at memorial Hall with the proceedings to be broadcast Over radio station Wren from 8 15 to 9 30 p. In. A Parade in support of mayor Szvoboda will be staged prior to the Mas meeting. It is expected that several thousand including organized labor units will be in the Parade which is to form in the Down town Section at 7 Oclock. Mayor Swoboda atty. Jacob Weis Man and others will be on the program at the Hall. Fred a. Rade Vvan and supporters of the �?�1001�?� club will stage a Mas meeting at the Mai Street theater at 8 p. In. Later they will broadcast Over station wry no a from 9 45 to 10 15 p. In. During the a polish hour a and from 10 45 toll p. In. In a Windup plea for support. Aldermani Battles. But while these mayoralty earn dilates occupy the Center of the political stage the complexion of the City government Here during the next two years hinges on results of Aldermani contests in the Odd wards and candidates have been staging heated campaigns. The present mayor has had a 9 to 6 majority in the Council of forces opposing the mayor gain two seats in the election tomorrow. The balance of Power will be changed. Six administration aldermen turn to Page 19, col. 5 St a u be on big pile of mail Miami fla., april ?" up a tanned by Southern Sunshine and breezes. President Roosevelt went to work today on an accumulation of mail and some business arriving from Washington. Train Birns Freeport 111., april ?" a damage totalling More than $40,-000 resulted today when an Illinois Central freight train crashed off its tracks and burned near Nora. 111. Wisconsin Cloudy tonight and tuesday Snow probable somewhat colder tuesday and in Northwest tonight. Racine tempera re highest and lowest temperatures recorded during the 24 hours ended at 4 30 In. Saturday March 341. 1935. Maximum. 37 minimum 32 March 30. 1931. Maximum 39 minimum 32 sunday March 31. 1935. Maximum 40 minimum 30 temperature since 4 30 p. In. Bunav maximum 38 minimum 35 at to a. Rn.37 March 31. 1934. Maximum. 37 minimum 34 Sun and Moon the Sun will Rise on april 2 at 5 43 a. In. And will set at 6 25 p. In. The Moon will Rise at 4 26 a. In. Must rear ducks As poaching penalty Shawano wis., april ?" a Harlan Owen 3 6 year old Shawano county farm boy is going to spend part of his time from now until aug. I raising a family of wild ducks for the state. Harlan shot a pair of Goldeneye ducks on the Wolf River last week and was arrested by game Warden Arthur tic. District attorney Louis Cattail and the game Warden worked out the youth to punishment. Tic w ill furnish i Arian w Ith a Duck and some eggs. During the summer the boy must raise a setting of ducks and present them to the District attorney aug. I. Two die As truck strikes another near Neillsville Neillsville wis., april ?" Pic a Young woman and Man were killed while eight others escaped injury when two trucks sideswiped three Miles West of Here Early today. The dead Violet of Brien. 22. Neillsville. John Mcmanun 22. Shullsburg a acc worker. The girl and youth were Riding with eight others in a hooded conservation Camp truck from an outlying dance Hall to Neillsville. They leaned against the Canvas covering As a Large truck going in the oppo. Site direction sideswiped their be Ticle knocking the. Couple to the floor. Their skulls fractured. Both received fractured skulls. Mcmanun was killed instantly while miss of Brien died at a Hospital Here an hour later. The Driver of the truck headed West did not Stop according to Coroner Peter a Ludovicz apparently not knowing his truck had sideswiped that containing Tho couple. A Coroner s Imprest will be in id late today. Two Omen murdered an autopsy reveals new York april ?" a mrs. Nora Kelly 60, and her granddaughter miss Florence Mcvey 18, were the victims of a double murder an autopsy to today revealed. Mrs. Kelly was found hanged with a Telephone wire Fiona a beam of or cellar in Brooklyn. Her granddaughter was found dead upstairs without external Marks of violence. For a time it was believed she had found her grandmother s body and died of a heart failure. Both women had been assaulted the autopsy Day tomorrow do not forget to vote returns will be broadcast Over station Wren

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