Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune, April 1, 1959

Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune

April 01, 1959

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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - April 1, 1959, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Ramds DaflvTrihtme the Uar organizations. Ifense begin picking a jury for the they were Czechoslovak or Railwajs and the gov- "Xo sach lesisbtsoa could be es- In some localities nsmg firsi degree murder trial o: David Polisn. err.rr.er.t. anticipating a nation-acted without jinencment of the rivers indicated that aevv Ratelie. 16, Rt. 4. 3000 Under Arrest wide btoppage and Wiscoisin Constitution Proceed-the second wilhia a ia J Rateile is accused of fatally The strike fizzled Monday after walkouts by other un- ings to amend the Constitution the makiag. "shooting his sister. Bonnie Ann. the government had rouncied up ions, ordered the widespread ar- as to authorize such leg'-slatzon Most troublesome -cere the Pec- Oklahoma, western Arkansas. southeastern Kansas and western ln Missouri. Heavy rain, hail had no consent strong triads lashed the region. Other lien Sought The tornadoes.in Texas hit hard-; State Police said they stiU are est at the small towns -of Vaughan seeking a United Mine Workers and Bynum, 10 miles east. Three official and five other men for persons died and 20 others v.ere questioning in the case. Public injured in the wreckage of their Safety Commissioner Don Sturgilli homes in Vaughan. Two persons said the official, not identi- labeled today as -pure partisan politics" the Senates re-: wa- wcrc S2it5 persons suuered tion of Smiths death." ua usc- JU "2teue was arraign- h reeu'ar contact with injuries when a twister hammered. The 42-year-old operator was lection of his appointment of Milwaukee Alderman Matted before Circuit Judge Herbert DenetnoYallejo leftist rail MEi-j f the night, of Nov. l when she an estimated 3.000 union rests, threatened to tell her parents that leaders and followers. The govern- he had been intimate with her ment said it had evidence the, earlier in the day. strike was a Communist plot. i Tne youth was bound over to' Workers flocked to their jobs Circuit "Court for trial after juve- Tuesday and officials said 140; nile court waived jurisdiction Dec. trams back oa the 29. He had previously undergone of the said they-' more than a month "of psychiat- had bcen coerced into striking by. would be proper." atcnica and Kickapoo rivers. At On the KIckapoo, MADISON (AP) Democratic Gov. Gaylord Nelson too as -pure partisan politics- the Senate's re, vehicle into a field 100 yards! Smith's companion was un- away. I harmed but was taken into protec-i A freak twister, striking hours'tive custody. He was not identi- after the main storm line left Tex-'fied. as, whipped into Marshall, east of! "Smith was trying to avoid the main-tornado ares, and Sturgil! said. "Pickets roofed one home. ,had been harassing him for two Other tornadoes struck Header-'days to sign a contract." son in east Texas and Galvestonj The USIW has been on strike in Bay on the coast. The Henderson-seven counties since March 9 to Assembly OKs Open Meeting Rule in State the governor said in a pan" Official sources said the activity! 'statement i new Jurors selected are in'0f the two Soviet officials was! On an "almost straight party demH which Mexico line Qe, the M term r troled senate Tuesdav rejected Cour- the nomination 13-14. Draw 12 from City "Every Republican -who voiced' Wisconsin Rapids residents on' Appoint Union Officials After Vailejo's arrest, the gov- a n an opinion of_Schimenz agreed he, to -v list include George is a man-of mtelhgence. integrity.Bankert1 tot 1st SL N.; llrs.j P Gladewater both _____ ___ area. j Wives Join Strikers Ibiil was killed in the 1957 Legisia- place in their partv. The small community of Silver' Miners" wives were among i" 1 L.1 Jo PCI" J U Tanker Plane Crash Kills 4 'pickets who tried to halt activity Favor Park Purchase I at the Asalo Coal Co. and at Jakes! The Assembly also gave quick [Fork Coal Co. State police broke preliminary approval to a bill IUD both demonstrations. which would authorize the state se UMW officials charged that one to purchase privately-owned Blue .j' t Wojcon to this con- vroman was struck by a state Mound Park for S100.000. The K Jl2t3ISOD tnls con' j Sheriff Paul Stamper said that state after Smith and his companion has i ___ 'left the nit they were accosted bv aark lOLLEEM, Tex. Air'five men with guns. ,-j. onn oi' C A "JCtanaa. 820 St. S-, ana cent wagc boost granted earlier to, BOV TO 1TED BOY-TUKNTED-GmL Christine Jorgensm. the ingtoa ,V _ T Kvorfcers on the National cx-GI-turncd-girl. and her fiance, Howard J. Knox of Wnukcgan, .water. the bulk of Mexico's HI., sit in Municipal Building in Xew York after applying for a IrS- Collier. and frcight raarrjage iicen5e. They were turned dmm but only because n. Goeres. govcrnmcnl branded the" Knox could not produce a copy of an Illinois divorce decree that illegal and ordered the' ended a previous marriage.- Both listed their age as 33. 'the xvater level was the highest since 1931. The stream was out "of its banks asc swiried across Highway 131 and acjaceis fsnn- i lands. Viola Is Isolated I Some streets in Soldiers Grova ,were under water and it was ipessib'.e to reach the city of Viola by automobile. Pon.ous o: High- tway 155 near Viola were under 12 ol water. More than 3 inches of rain had fallen at Mineral Point on the 'pecatoa'-ca River in the last 24 hours. And in the same period '.over 20 per cent of the snow cov- 'er had melted and coured into 'the river. i The Pecatcaica River at Dar- 'iington in southwestern Wisconsin flooded one block cf the Main 'Street business section wUh 3 i inches of water. Merchants, alert- ied at 4 a.rc once again noved [stocks to aigaer ground. Kighvray also ia of the-.state, 'shoaed Signs, of -gains on a rampage. The iState Traffic JPatroI reported Eighwoy 19 between Waterwam and" "Biterioo under -i feet of wa- Highway 57 west of Port TVasa- was flooded by 3 feet o! has been the The sole beneuciary noa xelson, Melvin of pnvate util- :vliss Caro! Felhofer. Frank Tro-' and Harold Kalsched. j Others include Donald Pelo.; Tne killing the crew of four. marched Smith away. The jet KC135 was en body was discovered about a routine training flight from hour later. Bergstrom Air Force base at Aus-- tin. Tex. _ _. Tne base listed the crewmen as: yt" Oisfnct Democrats 1st Lt. R'odaey Anderlitch. 25. Ban Antonio. Tex. ts authors by Smith's The bfll. one of a EC- Local Firm to icans Attack Withholding Tax an ries of water bills being tO MADISON fAP) Assembly Republicans today at- state ;Rt. 1. Arpin; Oscar Wunrow and I August Ohm. Rt. 2. Arpir.: Mrs. i Thomas Minor. Pittsville: mar Heuer. Rt. 2. Pittsville: Mel-i vin Getlinger. Rt. 1. 'iv Tr Af Martin Raab and Robert Gehrke. _ _ s. r Ora Rice The Rapids Distributing Co.. Rt. I. Anbnmdale: Wenzcl Kohl-tacked Democratic Gov. Gaylord Nelsons plan for fR-Delavan) aad Enin Ryczek 1621 5th Si. S.. wfj move beck. Hewitt: Arthur G. Wade, Rt. withholding tax by saying taxpayers would have to pay from its present location to Flo-2. Marshfield: Bernard McGivera. ?5 for" SI local governments would re- 1 Names Censmissioner in the near future. "Mniadore: and Mrs. Alvin Jacob- Speaker George Molinaro 'D- Ken TValker, secretarv-ireasursr 50IJ- Maj. -Jesse Le Myrick. 4i. A meeting of the 7th District Kenosha) appoL-ted Keith Hardie of tK company, said "today that< ita FaDs. Tex. party u-ffl be held at fD-Tayior) to the state buildis move is "being made to provide' Philip Camfflo De Eonis. 2 p.m. Sunday at the Legion Hail commission to succeed Paul Luedt- a better location and more 25. Newark. X. J. .in Stevens Point, according to an fce 'R-Wausau..' who resisned. abie facilities for the firm, z T. Sgt. Herman Allison announcement today by Mrs. Hardie is the third Assembly wholesale distributor Tampa. Fla. Ethel McMurray, chairman of the Democrat named to the commis-; products and chain saws. An Air Force officer said district party organization. sion this season. Tfse cornpanv has pcrcJ cations were the plane came apart Principal speaker at the meeting The Assembly voted to 44 to property of the Laszewski Imple-i The US before it hit the impact area. be Sen. Robert Deai, who reconsider last "week's action pointed out that two-of the jet en- represents the 29th district oner- it advanced the "port and gines were only damaged -when ing Marathon a they hit the ground. ties in the Stat The officer said the pilot radiosd discuss curren: only three minutes before ihe Also expected crash that evervthing was ail meeting are a right- cratic assemblymen. acl-Mm- Ar- An Assemblv .Tudiciarv Ccrr.mit- "Tnc slate Departmer.t of The in age area, plane Once again, tie most serious immediate threat was pcsed by the Pes'-cy Pecatonica River. The stream hzs been at fiocd stage ,for the last 10 cays. i This the river at Darlingtcn was 14 S fee: flood stage ss 12 and the water v. as rLir.j st the rate of several ir.ches an hour. Traffic o- H5gh- way 23 and SI continued ta mc-.e, I Six miics at Cala- 'rr.be. the rr.er was 12.1 fee: end 01 marine 'he- Dispute Arises ,ceive i "The charge was promptly labeled completely fraudulent jreDresentaticn of the facts" jn a statement issued by the sovemor's ioffice. The Republicans cornrr.ent-------------------------------------------- ,ed in statement issued at the As- M ir.niion coflar Vfcd- -sembly GOP caucus. fair a of sS43.10u.000 would i A bill which would put a to be extracted from the tax- !holdmg system of collecting per- payers of Wisconsin." sonal and corporate income taxes claims False 'into effect sometime this year has there water oa Highway 151 Q 'at K6SIOHS Further to the west, azother rhcr. the Kickzpco. -a as csusirg ccacera. It was nsss atwat 2 :eei 24 hours aM is ex- pected to cresi Thursday or Fri- TVASiriNGTOV Meade cay. Alcora TcsiZKtl today as chair- Ice cut of the 'rTIscossIn man of the Rcpubliccn Xatwrai I-iver -it Portage Tuesday asd Conimfttee. effective when the the river vras expected to rise committee picks a next WecKescay Thursday. Tha week. I" 5 Weather trjrea- said thai airacunced eta r.ess ojn- pro- n I Firm Gets for Adams feei The site of the crash is the Psak Ranch. 10 miles southwest of the central Texas ot Bel- ton. Two Men In Court on Tipsy Driving Charges Charged with operating a motor vehicle -nrhiie under the influence of intoxicacts. Edward A. Mitchell. 55. Rt. 2, changed his plea from not gailly_to no cosiest in Justice bans as long as 100.000 vears ago i Inheritance Theory Not Being Ignored by Cancer Researchers By JOHN BARBOUR f cancer seera to strike so EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, Mo. fAPs The seeds of certafa f; may lurk in your body an I i. CJ. a notary reguirerr.ent CCfrpSll'fSrS Is for transportir.c: car- oct 2-Year Contract; jce for Get Wage Boosts ris tcccy r of West Beriin the planes wiU be used. "The most efficient altitude carrying cargo over relatively short runs ;s between 20.000 so.noo fec-t. cepeadln? winds and cargo." he added. J; A guarded the Union carpenters in the Wiscon- s-jj _to tr.e state, emetics s- Brocks -Ais-ns lax :orrr.--- J-t tr-c tc I Iss. but did "If we do rot get 'rr 73 in so-called 'windfall !V5 o: :re the speed-up a co.IectiGr-s b'-f cf SSCSTrCS sis ei -.r. a Ic'tcr reeer.ee the U S. E-dreer District. cr's statement added, "sixral vrfu snoZv thc.r base :t is la- li.s driver's license was revoked co-a.d start deadly, nncontroll for one year. Countv ponce made As seeds perhaps sleeplr.j the arrest Friday in ae town of to generation they may have Grand Rapids. brir.ginj: a sudden and unexpeci- charged wiih driving whHe