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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 14, 1929, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin A P LEASED WIRE This paper it served by leased wire with the news report of the Associated Press s T R u c T i v E w s PAPER KVI 12 PAGES TODAY The net paid of The Tribune U Sixteenth 4885 Wisconsin Rapids Wis Friday June 14 1929 Price Three Cents Geo Jackson Relief Fund Started Pitiable Case of Local Man Denied City Aid Wins Interest of Private Citizens Upon a bed plain but ly clean in a downstairs bedroom at 240 Tenth street north lies a man motionless and rigid upon his back the only sign of life unless he at- tempts to swallow or to speak be- ing the heaving of his chest as he breathes No joint can be moved without unendurable pain and no muscle responds to his will save only those in his throat A bandage covers his eyes one entirely less and the other almost so In- flamed and bloodshot they can no longer stand the slightest ray of light Only a little can he move his lower jaw for speech and he must be given food and liquids from a bottle even as a small child This man is George W Jackson most pitiful and most controversial of poor relief cases in either Wood or Portage counties Inaugurates Relief Fund In regard to this man the lowing letter just received will speak for Mr W F Huffman The Daily Tribune Wisconsin Rapids Wis FRENCH FLIERS NEAR EUROPEAN GOAL BARE BELDEN'S UNUSUAL PROBE FUNDING PLANS BOARD CHAIRMAN TESTIFIES JUDGE ED BE OVERCHARGING PARTIES RAISED BY INDICTED Dear I am informed there is a Mr George W Jackson who is an in- valid living in our city and in need of assistance I am enclosing my check for for a fund to be ated for the Ube of a committee you may select to administer this money for the care of Mr son until such time as other means may be arrived at for his relief for it does not seem right to me to have anyone suffer for the lack of care and food Very truly yours C F Kruger Knowing the history of the son case and because of the recent failure of the common council to give aid as by statute provided The Tribune which gave iU ices last winter when a fund was raised for the relief committee of the local of Women's Clubs for in cases of gency need and which has for a number of years conducted through its society editor Mrs J P a department for the distribution to the poor of donated clothing and household accepts the trust and starts the fund with Mr gift of In further ance with Mr Kruger's request Judge Frank W Calkins of the county couit Mrs Don Smart of last year's Women's Federation re- lief committee and Mrs J P well head of The Tribune's department are suggested to act as a committee to ter the fund after first visiting Mr Jackson and determining the needs of the case Will List Donors As was done last winter the BY ROBERT L RIGGS Associated Press Staff Writer Madison June 1921 Judge E B Belden had cording to testimony before the judiciary committee day a most unusual plan to raise to pay expenses of private detectives employed during a sha county grand jury tion Declared Shocking William F Quick counsel for Texan Urges Democrats to Oust Raskob those who see Belden's ment call it more than unusual He characterized the plan as shocking not only to all legal con- but to moral ideas as well Nicholas Roder chairman of the Kenosha county board in 1921 Belden tried to induce him to borrow in the name of the county In order to raise the funds to pay off the loan Belden proposed to Roder that 9200 be added to the costs of each person indicted by the grand jury until the sum of was accumulated Roder testified Important Link Those who are trying to impeach Belden consider that plan an im- portant link in their case against him as constituting judicial con- to determine a penalty be- fore a person was tried Another novel plan for raising for the private detectives was related to the board although witnesses failed to connect Belden with it Washington June of the country were day by Representative Box of Texas assistant house Democratic leader o take their party control out of the lands of John J Raskob chairman of the national committee In his second speech on this sub- ect since the last presidential ion the Texan who supported red E Smith as the Democratic presidential candidate charged in the house that Raskob and his were seeking to change the party into an instrument of the sociation against the prohibition amendment and make it merely the organization of the liquor and anti- restriction Asserting that there was no that Mr Raskob is anything but a Republican of the high finance type with no interest in Democratic Box declared Raskob was seeking to destroy the cratic party so that it cannot be- come a dangerous opponent of his own party Farm Wins Final Passage JULY 4TH PLANS ARE SHAPING UP MEASURE PASSES HU USE SENATE COMPROMISE PUSHED THROUGH FRO M ENCE IN SINGLE DAY NOW GOES TO HOOVER Washington June action on the farm relief was com- today by senate and house acceptance of the com- promise measure from which the export debenture plan was eliminated and it now goes to President ver for signing With the disposition of the farm question congress cleared the legislative slate of the main task for which it was called into nary session by Mr Hoover Pipe Ambassador BASEBALL ASSOCIATION DI- RECTORS TO GIVE CAR AWAY PLAN BASEBALL GAMES PARADE ETC Proposed Liquor Sale Frank Zerfas former Kenosha county supervisor testified that Frank Symmonds then district at- torney and M E Walker special prosecutor seriously proposed to the county board that confiscated valued at be sold by the county and the proceeds applied on the debt said the plan was never carried out ly the Eussell detective agents had taken the whiskey to Milwaukee with them Roder drew for the committee which is to report to the assembly whether or not Belden should be impeached a picture of the circuit At a meeting of the board of di- rectors of the local baseball which is handling the Fourth of July celebration in Wisconsin Rapids this year a number of im- portant decisions were made It was decided among other things to give away an automobile sometime ing the late afternoon after the second ball game which will be be- tween the local league team and the nine The first game which is to be between two teams of the Wood county league will be played during the morning beginning at 10 o'clock Parade First Event Details of the parade are not yet available but that is to be the first event of importance Special con- certs and acts will take place ing the morning on the Lincoln field rt is understood It is possible that i j judge working in a sub rosa L short commemoratory service will ner in the 1921 grand jury checks which should be sent direct to The Tribune will be accounted for and the amount of the tions and names of the donors each day until sufficient amount shall have in the opinion of the committee been secured to take care of present needs or until time as a legal method of providing for Mr Jackson shall have been agreed upon by the com- mon council whose duty is ently outlined in of the Wisconsin statutes of 1927 in the following When any person not having a legal therein shall be taken sick lame or otherwise disabled in any town city or village or FROM ANY OTHER CAUSE shall be in need of relief as a poor person the common council SHALL provide such assistance to such person as it may deem just and necessary Although discussion as to Mr Jackson's pitiable case and the ability of the municipality and county regarding him has been spread a brief history of his un- fortunate life will not be out of place at this time George W son was born at Kilbourne Mason ner in the 1921 grand jury inquiry Detectives Unauthorized He declared the county board never authorized the employment of private detectives that it was done by Belden who approved tures by the detectives for large quantities of liquor and for immoral women without consent of the board The inquiry will be resumed day afternoon Quick also contends that Belden in November 1028 persuaded the county board to make an illegal propriation of for another grand jury although the maximum allowed by law is Belden Hears Testimony Throughout the hearing Judge Belden sat beside his attorney Be- hind the jurist sat his wife and his son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Stanley Belden Racine Thomas M Kearney sr attorney for Beldon set about to knock down Quick's case hinging on the facts that Belden received a loan 000 from Z G Simmons which loan was never repaid and that Belden Continued or Page Two LITTLE JOE later presided over a case involving a tax refund of more than to the Simmons company Supreme Court Ruling Kearney declared it was a court decision and a ruling of the state tax commission which be held either just before or just ter the morning ball game The will be crowded with cal events and vaudeville in tion to the ball game while the ning program is to consist of music and fire works A program will be published later Arrange Picnic Site Arrangements have been made foi a well scheduled picnic place foi everyone who wishes to bring a ket lunch and eat their dinner or supper or both on the grounds Hot coffee and all sorts of cool drinks even cold water may be obtained However for those who do not wish for an outdoor repast it is assured that passout checks will be ed to all so that one gate sion per adult is all that is sary If a farmer and his wife should come with a regular velt family of 20 children they will be welcomed on two tickets it is stated An advance ticket sale was begun in the city yesterday in charge of Mrs Margaret Harcourt and it is Washington June arm legislation passed through one of the final steps of its al journey with house approval day of the revised conference re- port eliminating the export ture proposition from the measure Expect Senate Approval The farm now goes to the ate where in view of the house vote against the debenture it is expected to receive speedy approval If this is forthcoming the measure probably will be sent to the White House before night fall as senate tion will complete work at the cap- itol The was ed earlier in the day by the joint senate and house conference Made Order of Business Immediately after the house tion the formally was ted to the senate and Chairman Nary of the agriculture committee had it made tho order of business with an early vote in prospect Anticipating quick action val arrangements were made in the house for a late day session so that Speaker Longworth might sign the Off to London as America's new enjoy to the Court of St James General Charles G Dawes is shown with Mrs Dawes as they sailed from New Note the familiar underslung pipe He was re- e ported to have a large supply of them in his trunks for personal use were SOVIET RUSSIA LAUNCHES WAR AGAINST CHINA MOVE BELIEVED IN TION TO OF SIAN CONSULATES BY YELLOW BIRD REPORTED NEAR PORTUGAL COAST FORCES Nanking China June The Nationalist government ly announced today that it had re- no reports about an alleged Russian invasion of Mongolia and Manchuria in reprisal for an raids on Soviet consulates May 27 London June dis- Datch from Peking China to the aily Express today said Soviet lussia had launched war nents against China Soviet troops vere reported already to have rossed the Siberian border and to ave established outposts in rn Manchuria The Rush Reinforcements dispatch said Soviet and to give to friends in England Britain Welcomes New Ambassador from US London June Charles G Dawes new American ambassador to the court of James arrived here to take up his post in the British capital at p m today p m E S T General Dawes disembarked from the White Star liner Olympic at Southampton earlier this afternoon hoped to sell at least 1500 of these before the great day comes Vice President Curtis would sign the measure immediately after the conference report had been approv od and with the affixing of the speaker's signature it would be sent to the White House Robinson Unopposed In the senate immediately after McNary presented tho measure ator Robinson of Arkansas the Democratic leader declared he would have no opposition to its passage Robinson said passage of the would end the long struggle for farm relief as no further farm tion cannot be expected until the measure has fully tried out Tariff Resolution Up Washington June resolution of Senator Borah lican Idaho to confine the tariff in the senate to revision of the rates on farm products alone was laid be- ore the senate today with prospects of an immediate vote in doubt Southampton England June Ambassador Charles G newly accredited to Great Britain today the come of this city on barking from the liner pic and immediately declined to be interviewed General ex- pressed his delight over coming to England as the American dor but would make no disclosure of any message he might be bearing from President lo Premier j Ramsay MacDonald j Understands Interest I quite understand the interest of the press in my official he said when by re- porters but no doubt the press can see the wisdom of my declination to be interviewed The meeting in Scotland Sunday night has given rise to increasing wonder at what may be the special urgency in the background His plans it is remarked involve his presentation to King George within 24 hours of landing in ampton He wUl then rush away on a mile ride to Torres Scotland to begin a diplomatic conversation with Mr MacDonald Sunday at noon as soon as the premier been able to rush in a car from church vice 17 miles away to meot him PARLIAMENTARY T A N G L E FORCES ADJOURNMENT UN- TIL SATURDAY PICK COM- ON SALARY RAISE being rushed in special trains over the berian railway and that Chang has ruled PLAIN IN SIGHT OF LAND ING NORTHWARD TOWARD PARIS RADIOS THING O K Bordeaux France June p m Paris time p m E S the French trans- Atlantic airplane Yellow Bird was flying northward along the coast of Portugal The Yellow Bird in con- stant communication with the French wireless station of Le cat near Bordeaux The aviators reported they were within sight of Portugal and were keeping land within sight ly The Yellow Bird periodically re- ported to the Le station that all was going well aboard the plane The last message came as twilight was falling but night had not fallen completely at p m p m E S T By the Associated Press Wireless reports from two ocean steamers today indicated that the monoplane Yellow Bird was faring well on its air road from the United States to France The French line steamer Niagara reported that at six a m Xew York time it was in communication with the plane and that all was f VI till the death of his father Three hour the Cunard Chang had sent an urgent appeal to Nanking asking measures be taken to protect the territory The drastic measures were to be in retaliation of raids by the Chinese Manchurian on sian consulates at Harbin and er places on May 28 in the course of which Russian consular officers and others were arrested and a considerable quantity of alleged propaganda seized Executives Meet Hurriedly The dispatch to the said Ilts not be accurately the central executive of the from tnc position of the governing Chinese party liner Laconia picked up the plane by radio and received the same en- report In Region of Azores The Niagara was between 300 and 400 miles northeast of the Azores when she to the low Bird and the Laconia was 700 miles northeast of the islands when she raised the plane In neither instance did the low Bird give her position and as it has a radio range of GOO iad convened hurriedly to sider the Madison June state senate today threw into one of its famous parliamentary tangles and the only means by which it could extricate itself was But an earlier report from the French liner Rochambeau had sai i the plane had decided to take the Russian outposts wore understood southern route by way of the o have been established and Azores and Portugal so it was hurian provincial troops un- posed that she was somewhere be- er tween the Azores and the mainland The Express dispatch concluded when she communicated with the hat outer is that Niagara and the Laconia ague section of northern China to be Consumption High diplomatically the ally Bird told the of Russia that it was taking the course because of an unexpected Consulates Surrounded high rate of gasoline consumption The Nanking government was From the fact that it made no said to have been notified by its tion of its fuel supply in its consuls m Russia that tho con- hours later to the were surrounded by Russian gara and Laconia it was assumed troops Police in Harbin on that a recheck of May 28 been reassuring the tanks had T i raided the Soviet consulate there The Yellow Bird with its crew of of and Prime Minister adjourn Saturday morning a arresting forty persons It was three joung lifted from I m i I I no mu say MacDonald continued today to absorb political circles of England In speculation as to its cance there was a note of wonder at various unconventional aspects of General plans and at the Jury Awards 6 Cent Claim to Defendant rush and hurry he is exhibiting lardly covered by a in this country Wonder at Urgency The celerity of his movements rom the time he set foot in Eng land at Southampton today until ter the Pilgrims dinner HEADS A LOT OF COORDS gave Simmons company its refund and that Belden only presided over a minor case in which one stock holder was refused interest Judge Belden through his ney freely admitted he had the boards of Walworth and Racine counties to in- crease his salary above that of any judge in the state which is one of the charges made by Maceo M i Kueny A C Grosvenor newly electee chairman of the board said last November Belden informed the that an appropriation of for a grand jury was legal Mrs Coolidge Joins Journalistic Ranks New Yoik June Mrs Calvin Coolidge has joined her band in the ranks of magazine ers Merle Crowell editor of the erican magazine today announced that Mrs Coolidge has just com- a series of articles which will reveal many intimate facts ed with the presidential household during the Coolidge administration Two Local Girls Win High Honors Two Wisconsin Rapids girls have just won exceptional laurels in their respective colleges Miss Marion Clark daughter of Dr and Mrs E J Clark 820 Oak street who has been in attendance at Grafton Hall Fond du Lac not only achieved or prizes in French and English and the Shepherd music prize but the Patroness prize for highest scholarship in her class The prizes were conferred at the ment exercises which took place Wednesday at which Dr and Mrs Clark were present The other girl to be signally ored is Miss Evelyn Bissig ter of Mr and Mrs J 0 Bissig 471 Oak street who at the com- exercises on tomorrow evening is receiving the Master of Music degree from the Sherwood School of Music Chicago Miss sig who is a professional janist and organist in Chicago has studying with Dr Walter er director of the Sherwood school for the past two years and has re- three degrees that of B M D from the Washington College of Music Chicago in 1927 A A G 0 organ from the Sherwood school in 1928 and the one to be awarded this year Fond du Lac Wis June circuit court jury returned a verdict of 6 cents in favor of the defendant in the suit of George Tulledge to recover personal perty he claimed George Nehring took from Tul farm after the farm on a lease for five years Nehring claimed he purchased the property in question Yellow Bird Log By the Associated Press June a m E S T took off from Old Orchard Beach Maine for Paris a m E S T passed over Rock Light off the Maine coast p m E S T reported by S S Wytheville about 850 miles at sea p m E S T can Farmer hears Yellow Bird communicating with liners ambeau and June a m E S tells S S Rochambeau she is taking southern route toward guese coast over the Azores be- cause diminishing gas supply 6 a m E S T S S Niagara talks with Yellow which reports all well on board ion of plane not French Save Post from Rebel Troops Tangier Morocco June siege of the French post of Ait Yakoub has been raised after a number of attacks by the rebel tribesmen The French troops ed in time to save the post from ing into the hands of the rebels A fleet of French bomber planes took part in the engagement Losses on both sides have been considerable Assembly Approves 2 State Park Bills Madison June Two state park bills were approved today by the assembly Senator son's for Seven Pines park in Polk county being ordered to third reading and Assemblyman Wallace fov a small state park on the east shore of Lake Geneva Walworth county being passed procedure which is in very little favor with the senators Three Calls Placed Three calls of the senate ed the upper house from moving it legislative machinery One call was placed on by Assemblyman Cords to make electrically propelled vehicles pay a higher tonnage tax to offset their failure to contribute to the gasoline tax Another was on Senator Roberts calling for sterilisation and the third call was on the Schmiege providing for reciprocity between Wisconsin and other states on in- come taxes The upper house was able ever to choose two senate members of the committee which is to draft a raising the legislators ines Committee members are can and Morris and Assemblymen lampber Brunette and Hilker for the Third Internationale Signs Old Age Madison Wis June iov Walter J Kohler has signed he White which provides county may grant old age assistance y a majority vote instead of a two hirds majority as now provided enate supporters of the oday the basement of the building the yellow sands at Old Orchard at had been used as a meeting place eastern daylight time U Tlv A 1 f J day morning It was sighted an hour later at Matinicus Light SO miles away Sighted Last Night Nothing more was seen or heard of it until p m last evening at which time it was sighted from the deck of the freighter Wytheville 850 miles from Maine Up to that time it had maintained an average speed of about 100 miles an hour Should the rate of speed Sealed bids for the furnishing obtained over the first part of the materials and all work continued throughout the sary in grading and paving various Bird reach Paris at streets of the city according to V tonight eastern daylight plans and specifications on file at the time supposing it took the shorter offices of the city clerk and the city two its crew was con- engineer at the city hall are to be at the take-off received by the board of public Ifc was however works from now until July 1 W continuing good weather Call for Bids On Paving of City Streets cording to a communication to The the Tribune today stepped would be gradually up as the fuel load de- The total amount of excavation The Yellow Bird has a and paving is square yards of speed of 130 miles an hour concrete paving cubic yards and a maximum of 150 Sheik Bagdad Irak A Mosul paper today reported the death of a sheik 120 years old who left four wives and over 100 ters and grandchildren He retained his faculties until a few years ago It said hie youngest son is ten yean old H R H to be Absent from Legation Ball London June London tea time gossipers had a shock day when it was officially learned that the Prince of Wales will not be present at the ball of the Swedish legation tonight in honor of cess Ingrid of Sweden Rumors of a possible engagement announcement of the two popular eligible royal children seemed to have been given a definite quietus with the issuance of the guest list It is said at the Swedish legation that the Prince of Wales had not even been invited only Prince George youngest son of the British royal family who regretted that he was unable to Attend f excavation linear feet of curb and gutter linear feet of Crew of Three Men The crew of the plane consists of transverse expansion joints and Jean Assolant 24 years old pounds of reinforcing steel Rene Le Fevre 24 years old Further information is on file at gator and Armand Lotti 31 years the offices of the city clerk tnd city old sponsor and radio man engineer The work to be bid on comes under the paving program recently voted by the council for which there will be a bond issue Weather Report Flag Day Given Observance Today The stars and stripes are pretty floating on their proper poles today in honor of Flag Day Vo special civic observances are be- ng held and tha stores are open this afternoon at 5 o'clock the P 0 Elks are holding their ritualistic service in the room The speech and evening banquet which usually companies this rite has been it is stated until the first Fair tonight rising ture in west tion Saturday partly cloudy possibly showers in extreme north portion wanner in eMt and couth portions meeting in September Weather Maximum temperature for 24 hour period at 7 a m 62 minimum for period 47 at 7 a m 57
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