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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - July 10, 1929, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin A P LEASED WIRE paper by leased wire with the newt report of the Associated Press AC1 E W S PAPER 10 PAGES TODAY The net paid circulation of The Tribune ia Sixteenth 4906 Wisconsin Rapids Wis Wednesday July 10 1929 Price Three Cents Today No Automobile Free List Mr Rockefeller for Mayor A Corner Preacher The Biggest Big Bank Arthur Brisbane Foreign automobiles should not be placed on the free list If they are to be sold in the United States they should be made in the United States Mr Ford and Mr Sloan of General Motors established their plants abroad contributing work and wages to men there Some Americans who believe that a foreign car price of chassis alone adds to their apparent im- portance should be willing to pay for that importance You can't help the farmer by ting automobiles on the free list he doesn't buy foreign cars PATHFINDER LEAVES SPAIN FOR ROME City Council Accepts Paving Bid JOHNSON STREET PROJECT ADDED TO FOR PAVING OF BLOCK BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH AVENUES ED WILL COST OR Putting automobiles on the free p list might eventually encourage com- Jel ed y a session low tne petition even with our cars because of lower priced wages for mechanics in Europe This country doesn't need that competition the common council met at last evening and completed the ties incident to the paving program w W vvhich Our annual income is Mayoi Wage earners earn and adjournment Those ninety billions should be spent other business f here where they are earned This is J not Europe's idea but this is not Eu- rope Albert Ottinger for the can party John D Rockefeller jr should and could be elected or of New Yoik given consideration Program Enlarged The calling of the roll found all present but Alderman Joe Reiland who took his seat at the customary meeting time of 8 p m A petition Testimony in Drainage Levy Hearing Taken When this morning's session of the circuit court adjourned at noon until 2 o'clock p m by Judge Park's order the hearing on the petition of a group of bondholders and others for the levying of a final inclusive assessment on the several drainage districts in Wood county had just reached the completion of on Cranberry Creek I district and the court was ready to begin taking testimony on the ington district At the morning session five were heard and yesterday four witnesses were heard relative to the situation in the Kert Creek district Following the taking of testimony relevant to the ington district the inquiry into the status of the Wood County drainage district will complete the works thc NO RESPONSE TO MESSAGES FROM SUNKEN U-BOAT ANOTHER SUBMARINE DIVES INTO 330 FEET OF WATER IN EFFORT TO COMMUNICATE WITH VICTIMS Pass Hour in Air Teed Mead presided no importance being signed by four of the fiv on Johnson street property between That thought brings a glad light into the eyes of professional cians that do NOT know Mr feller What they would get from und consideration and on motion him in a campaign would be as i ot man John Roberts it was Frank Munsey used to say not so include this block London July ad- announced late today that the position of the sunken sub- marine had been buoyed but that bad weather had the salvage fleet to withdraw arily to the shelter of Milford Haven program and taken enough to grease a ear Mr Rockefeller would make an excellent mayor but that office needs all of one man's attention The head of the Rockefeller prises having taken them all over from his father several years ago has a job of his own City tion of the case For the petitioners M S King is appearing for Wood county with Attorneys T W and B R ns assisting District Attorney Hanson of Jackson county is of the extends over into Jackson county B M Vaughn is representing the drainage commissioners in the several dis- who are opposed to tho u ing of the inclusive final levy on the would waive j at this It now seems probable that the hearing will con- over into tomorrow cl the fth property owner the Service Co which has a gas e and agree to their re- assessments of benefits neer C P Gross estimated cost at between and Reads Nine Bids Tho matter of allotting the was then taken up and city clerk c rr 4 c t 4 4 i nr i- bids received as of street and Madison i jow At noon yesterday in front of a stone church on the northeast corner avenue ami Wilson John L S CARRY Wisconsin Rapids F i i j Suppose you had seen that Co Wiscons n yea is ago and someone had The of that man can be hv millions for thousands millions for thousands Co be heard by of miles in direction You p might have said to What i jowa interesting superstition Madison Cedar Rapids HAS DODGED RE- SPONSIBILITY Mr George F Baker whose Company's Status O K Tho loport of the public woiks board stated that the financial status -i i mat tne st ness is industry banking of lho Construction Co ing and giving away money seems b estimated nnd to have decided to make his the fact found gest bank The First National bank is to ab- sorb two other banks giving Mr Baker's bank assets of throe billions and making it the biggest bank in the world the Wilson president of Lac du Wis July failure of the United States bureau of Indian affairs to care for its charges and its practice of forcing the burden on the county was Riven to tho congressional tee in testimony here today Forest officials told the committee headed by U S What ancient dinosaurs got too big something happened to them But modem banking has more in- management than saurs had and Lynn North Dakota by tho mavor as to what M- Wisconsin pany was his surety Wheeler Montana performance I condition of Mr Wilson that it was the I on tlie reservation Pembroke Wales July The British submarine today dived in the vicinity of the stricken and tried to communicate with the 21 men trapped within her but without avail No Answer to Signals The tried to communicate with the by sound telegraphy using a bell with code but there have been no answering Diver Bell Deputed to be the most experienced in the navy was taken from the cruiser Renown and ped with a special German diving suit in which he will try to locate the missing men It was considered doubtful ever that he would be able to de- scend to the 330 feet depth in which the lies Casualties Number 24 The admiralty has revised its list of casualties to 21 Lieutenant Pick- more two two tele- sixteen seamen and stokers who sank with thc were listed officially as ing A and a signalman of thc also wore listed as missing One seaman of the of in- juries Only two men the were saved Until there is an official inquiry the public is not expected to learn the details of the disaster inasmuch as in accordance with naval custom all were bound to secrecy There is that several flotillas which had been holding manoeuvres off the coast of Ireland were returning to base ASSEMBLY WONT CONDEMN KOHLER OUSTER ACTION LOWER HOUSE REFUSES CON- SIDERATION OF RESOLUTION ENDORSING GOVERNOR FUEL RUNS LOW FAILS TO REACH GOAL WILLIAMS AND YANCEY TAKE OFF FOR ITALIAN CITY TER FORCED LANDING AT SANTANDER CALLING RANTED ACTION Madison July sembly today laid on the table Frederick W Cords resolution endorsing Gov Kohler and calling ouster action against him unwarranted Returned from the committee on revision to which BULLETIN Rome July monoplane finder completing its trans- Atlantic flight from Old chard Me landed here tonight at o'clock p m E S T Santander Spain July by fatigue and illness the American aviators Captain Lews A Yancey and Roger Q liams set out to finish today what it was sent Tuesday after failure they could not quite conclude Here are R B Reinhart left and Loren W Mendell and airplane in which they are now soaring over Culver City Cal alter shattering the record for refueling flight At a late hour today they were still in the with chances of reaching the 200 hour mark which would he 26 hours better than the previous record Culver City Flyers Break Endurance Mark Still Up of the necessary two-thirds vote for immediate consideration the tion was again refused a vote and on motion of Assemblyman W H Edwards Waukesha county it was laid aside for an indefinite period 52 to 23 Appropriation Cords was also refused sion to introduce a ing to the conservation de- for propagation of His resolution for consent to in- the measure cited the fact that the dollar resident cense had been vetoed by Gov ler and called attention to the needs for funds The action against introduction of the came ly only Assemblyman Prescott ing on the proposal He called at- tention to the lack of revenue for such an appropriation Assembly allowing county boards to for semi- annual payment of taxes was ed with bills for a legislative in- flight from Old chard Me to Rome Start Off for Rome Lifting their plane from the at near here at a m a m E S T They dipped once in salute and headed due cast along the route to the Italian capital They hoped to take less than ten hours for the trip arriving at Ciampino airfield south of the city before dark They were two tired and weary aviators During their long flight from Old Orchard to which ended in a landing forced by lack of fuel at p m yesterday p m E S the nervous tension kept them going Reception Says Strength But once here the reception ped the last of their strength and it was difficult to get either liams or Yancey from bed this ing Yancey arose first but went back to sleep when Williams would New Yoik Police Commissioner Whalen waging an aggressive fight on crime organizes a seciet police to spy on gangsters the type of murderers that take victims for a ride The fifty secret policemen will be scattered not knowing each other living among the gangsters ing to work with them They will make no arrests only supply mation an experiment although seciet police plans usually end in trouble An army man appointed to press Philadelphia's bootlegging appointed a special body of men to deal with that tions showed that thc special police were protecting bootleggers and on Page Two Southern Surety Co of New York Thc resolution of the board of lic woiks accepting the Wilson Con- struction bid of was then lead by the clerk and on motion of seconded by Alderman Rickman thc resolution was adopted b a unanimous roll call vote Tho report of assessed benefits was then read by the the or assisting by reading the names and amounts assessed against vidual property owners The total assessment h includes the sewer and water mains with the paving was mined at while the total owners shaie was placed at A motion for the adoption of this was madV by Healer seconded passed LITTLE JOE Alderman Nobles and unanimous roll call Asks War Against Weeds Just as a motion to adjourn was about to be put Herman Abel who was among the audience called the council's attention to the fact that weeds and quack grass were ing along the city streets and in cant lots to a much greater extent than was usual and that as they were now in the blooming stage they should be cut immediately be- fore they could go to seed The or stated that Chas the legally appointed weed er and expressed the thought that as Mr Gurtler had attended a weed commissioners convention last week he ought to be inspired to cut the weeds City Engineer Gross stated that the city had a squad of men cutting the weeds along the streets while the mayor expressed the ion that the city probably should also do thc cutting on vacant lots and promised that an attempt be made to do so The meeting then adjourned were deplorable Forty per cent of the 418 Indians on the reservation are infected with venereal disease according to timony and trachoma an eyo dis- ease which often results in ness has afflicted ten per cent County Judge S J Conway of Crandon told of charitable work being done by the county of ing many tubercular Indians to and many to eje for tieatment for Senator Wheeler was led by thc testimony to comment the ment of the United States should not permit the Indian since he is its ward to be thc object of ity Lac du Flambeau citizens entered i against thc practice of Indians in taking control through the ballot Since they outnumber whites about seven to one the In- dians are able to carry elections Two of Crew Saved It is said the shock of tho sion of tho with tho vastly larger was so great that the smaller boat staggered and went down like a crushed shell of steel Lieutenant R J Gardner ing officer and Sidney Cleburne operator both were thrown from tho conning tower into the water and saved the only men of the craft's normal crew of 23 to be rescued The disaster has been made tho occasion for a fresh appeal for abolition of tho submarine by Com- mander Joseph Montague worthy M P In an in tho London Daily Sketch Ho contends that despite all the lessons of past years and advance in the science of navigation the sub- City Calif July ninth day of the lerord breaking refueling endurance flight of the biplane Angelono be- gan today with the ship pacing its hour in the air S 29 a m after ight o'clock a 15 contact was made with a refueling ship and 100 of gasoline transferred Pass Hour At 10.20 a m the passed hour aloft and had ex- the former record by ly 21 houis and control the community it was said William a resort owner said that the In- dian cannot can control mersible remains a vessel to the highly crew either in vote sell his own land he tax money with his Groom Drowned When Friends Play Prank Jenkins Ky July is Hughes a 23 year old bridegroom was drowned last night when a ty of friends threw him in the lake after serenading him and his bride at their newly established home Two and a Half Miles Concrete Laid on 54 Approximately two and one-half miles of the concrete has jeen laid east of Meehan on state trunk highway 54 by the Universal Engineering company Medford bidders on the road contract The crew was about of a mile east of the Layton Fox corner yesterday The crew has averaged 970 lineal feet of cement surfacing per day since operations started There have been no delays in the work except on account of rain and last week for the Fourth of July Rain Monday afternoon delayed the work for nearly a- half day Grading of- the road from to Plover has all been completed the graders moved back to Meehan and began grading west from han towards the Wood county line yesterday It was stated by an cial of the company that grading would be completed by August 10 providing no delays axe peace or in war He says it is lime to make an effort to abolish the dangerous craft by international agi cement Worst Disaster Since 1925 The sinking of the ed the worst British dis- aster since 1025 when the sank off Star Point with a loss of 68 lives It brought the total of lives lost in submarine losses since the war to 221 from u total of 17 such mishaps The was apparently only Culver City Cal July Approaching their ninth day in the air L W Mendell and R B hart piloted their biplane the 190 hour mark at a m today sixteen hours beyond the en- durance lecord of 174 hours oil Seek 400 Hour Mark When the would come down a question Originally hoped to remain up 400 hours officials conceded them a chance of stretching the time to 200 hours or more when they passed the for- mer record of 174 hours 50 seconds in Cleveland four days ago without showing any marked of physical exhaustion taking on a full night's supply of fuel last night the pilots dropped a note i dictating that they would continue the record smashing flight until their engine falls apart A E McManus chief backer of the enterprise then that a endurance test to determine how long tho motor would was the object of the continued flight COWELL DIES only mutter vos to to got up Williams finally arose at Yancey joining him shortly After finally getting up the two aviators had breakfast and looked over hundreds of cablegrams of felicitation before leaving for the abandoned air field at five kilometers distant They supervised refueling there and completed inspection of their the superintendents be picked by a to taking off on the last election board The school boards have also selected the terim committee to study and re- port a state employes retirement plan allowing counties and the state to exchange f lands Kill County School The committee on education for county school replacing the present superintendents killed It would have provided that supervisory teachers on advice the superintendent lap of their long flight They mated their trip yesterday as ing entailed miles during 31 hours and 42 minutes flying time conservative majority defeated an effort of tho In the senate the t I i IIA o HIV i I -I to compel appointment chine thoroughly During the night an English aviator named Harris went over their of two senators to succeed chanl and Shearer on the campaign investigating com- WAS ACTIVE IN PUBLIC OFFICE WHILE RESIDENT SERVING ON CDC NT Y BOARD FOR SEVERAL YEARS Probe Left in Air A resolution by Son Severson Progressive calling on the on committees to appoint to and er was rejected 14 to 11 The ate has previously voted not to choose two new members on the inquiry body until thc assembly members agree that a senator shall Williams Slightly 111 The fliers spent the night at the Hotel Real conducted by an can who became slightly ill fiom the effects of too much food so soon after the long abstinence en- forced during the flight retired first be chairman Blanchard and Scores Hurt When 5 Cars Jump Tracks Rocky Mount N C July slightly damaged and proceeded to I 40 to 60 persons were Milford Haven under her own injured some of them seriously er She anchored in the harbor there when five cars on fast northbound train No 84 on the Atlantic coast I line railroad were derailed two miles north of Enfield N C today Five persons said to be seriously injured were brought to the Atlantic The feature of Thursday evening's I coast hospital here and hospital regular concert by the city band un- authorities said at noon that they der the direction of E A Lambert preparing for more Good Band Program for Thursday Eve will be a clarinet duct by Merriment and The wreck occurred on what is known as HufFles swamp and men said was due to a sun kink in the rails Thc first five cars of i f T i train passed over the bad spot The rear end of the dining car and other med numbers will include the R four pullmans left the rails and ter being dragged over the ties swamp Selection Maid Charles Roberts Overture Poet and Suppe American Fantasia Songs of an hour The track had kinked due A J Cowell aged 77 of Wood county and since 1100 n of the town of Arpin and of Wisconsin Rapids died at 2 a m today at his home at ton avenue after i prolonged ness He leaves surviving besides wife Cow oil three by his first wife Mrs Oscar Dingledein of Arpin Mrs Morgan Mom's of Mandan North Dakota and Mis Cutler of Arpin and nine grandchildren Came to County in 1900 Albert J Cowell was born in a log house in the town of Grandville Milwaukee county February 18 1852 his parents being Mr and Mrs Joseph Cowell previous residents of New York state and of old New families At the age of 25 he married Sarah E Wool fit of West Bend In November 1900 he moved with his family to the town of Arpin Wood county where he had purchased a tract of 160 acres of wild land During the years he developed this land into a good farm on which he raised blooded cattle of or both Conservatives resigned from tho committee because the unwilling to have Blanchard chairman claiming ho has been too actively engaged in partisan politics cnm at about 2 a m Yancey stayed er at the entertainment and tion offered by the Club and did not go to bed until 4 a rn Arising at he remarked he was sleepier than he was at any time dining the flight and needed 40 more hours in bed to fit himself for a flight Japanese Bazaar On Witter Lawn F Engineer T R Pettit said the train was traveling at about 55 miles en T Tobani to the fact that a cool night last March Bennett's M night was followed by a hot day lie Kibble thc Jersey and Holstein varieties Elected Sheriff in 1912 One of the founders of the East Arpin Dairy association he was for several years an officer and director of that organization For four years he served as town chairman and member of the county board of and in 1012 was elected sheriff of Wood county serving until 1914 since which time he has bmi a resident of Wisconsin Rapids He was a long-time member of the I 0 A most unusual entertainment has been planned for tomorrow after- noon and evening in the form of a Japanese bazaar which is being sponsored by the St guild The bazaar will be staged on the lawn of the I R Witter dence on Third street south Corps of workers from the guild have worked for the past month in making and planning decorations and lighting effects for the unique affair The program will be given in the afternoon at three o'clock and again at in the evening An chestra will furnish music at both the afternoon and evening programs Miss Marion Clark this city will furnish three selections and a unique number by six small girls of thi Throw Roses The aviators weic greeted by thousands when they arrived at the air field this morning Beautiful who only a few weeks ago greeted the French Yellow Bird aviators when they landed threw Continued on Page Two Sue Nash Wins 1st Tournament Match Miss Susan Nash of this city won her first match in the championship flight of tho Northeastern Wisconsin women's golf tournament at ton today according to an ed Press dispatch received by The Tribune Miss Nash defeated Mrs Neale Spoor of 3 up and one to go The local girl is one of eight who qualified yesterday for the championship flight and will play her second match late this noon city directed and by Miss Japanese Kathleen tumblers directed by Playground J A Torresani will also have place on the program In case of rain thc nnd bazaar will be postponed Friday afternoon at the same time New Air Mail Mark Set at Milwaukee Milwaukee July Thc poundage record for outgoing air mail at Milwaukee was broken 0 F The funeral services will be J for the third time within a held Friday at 2 p m from the week according to post office Rov James M Johnson Yesterday's word of 471 Interment will be in Forest pounds six ounces eclipsed the for- HUl cemetery mer mark of 283 pounds six ounces Weather Report Generally fair tonight warmer in and north central portions Thursday in- creasing ness followed by showers in and north tions warmer in cant and south portions Cloudy Today's Weather Maximum temperature for 24 hour period ending at 7 a m 72 minimum for same period 47 at 7 a m 66
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