Chauncey Yockey 29 Nov 1936 pg 1

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Chauncey Yockey 29 Nov 1936 pg 1 - DEATH US ATTY. YOCKEY IN MILWAUKEE sr IIIS...
DEATH US ATTY. YOCKEY IN MILWAUKEE sr IIIS IIOYIIOOI) YEARS IN THIS COMMI MTV Chauncey William Yockey Milwaukee’s attorney and leader, former resident of naba, and a brother of Mrs. Defnet of this city, passed at 9:40 o’clock Saturday mo d vi» Esca II. J a w ,i ; mini in St. Camitlus hospital, Milwaukee. Milwaukee. His death resulted from a heart ailment from which he had suffered suffered since he was eighteen years of age, but which he had courageously courageously concealed from family, friends and business associates. Advised that he had but a short time to live, h«* pledged his brother brother and law partner, Edward J. Yockey to silence, and on November November 8 , entered th«* hospital Friday afternoon, he called him. bidding him good-bye. and shortly after lapsed into coma which ended in his death. Horn in Waupiin, Wis. His critical condition was known to few, and word of his death yesterday, came as a shock I and a matter of genuine sorrow to friends in Milwaukee, who had known and admired him for thirty-five thirty-five years, and to friends and acquaintances in Kscanaba, his former homo city. Born of a Wisconsin pioneer r"' ¿1; at Wauptin, Wisconsin, on I March 2R, 1877, Mr. Yockey was ¡brought to Escanaba as a child. He was graduated from St. Joseph's Joseph's high school and St. Mary’s I college of Dayton, Ohio, and re- I celve«l his law degree from the I (’diversity of Notro Dame, start[ start[ ing his practice immediately uf- terward, In Milwaukee. In spite of his condition, which was known only to his partners and his physician, ho had devoted his tiin«* unselfishly to civic and fraternal affairs since 1910, and was an outstanding resident not only citi/* throi II« he wa wauke f Milwaukee, but a leading of Wisconsin, known ho’jt the state, as well as ¡ in ’ipi *>r Michigan. Prominent in Llks vas a promin* nt member of k' lodee, holding office in gatilzaiion for twenty-one during seventeen of whi h ♦ Exalted Ruler «if the Mil:■ Mil:■ Lodg«*. Ho also "as for- (Continued On Page Eight.) Milwaukee Civic Leader Dies ^TTY. < IMI'M K\ VO# I * Y — — FURTHER PEACE MOVES PLANNED Diplomacy To Be Used In Fight Between Rival Unions BY .lOSCPII Ii. MI LLI .lt Tampa, Fla., Nov. 2S {flpy Ile- hlnd-the-scene diplomacy will precede further formal peace negotiations negotiations betw« en the American Federation of Labor and John L. Lewis’ r« bel unions. cy was adopted by the i executive council to- L reviewed the conven- to continue efforts to big civil war. 23 QUARTERED IN DEATH HOUSE Nine Youth Under 21 To Die At Sintf Sing In Few Weeks it t' i bur Th feder day : t ion ’> end 1 Ossining, N. Y., Nov. 2S Cp) There are more young men in thol Sing Sing d«*ath house tonight than will be in a Mnall town high school graduating class next June. Twenty-three men are there, nine of them under 21. Ku-h took human life. Kach, in the regular order of things, must <ii<\ The doath house, on .......(»n id ered a lonely place apart, has «•«»me with the Christmas season

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  1. The Escanaba Daily Press,
  2. 29 Nov 1936, Sun,
  3. Page 1

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