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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 26, 1930, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin A. P. LEASED WIRE paper served by wire with the news report of the Associated N E W S P A P R 10 PAGES TODAY Circulation paid copies daily covering the heart of dairy center of the Seventeenth 5202. Wisconsin June 25, 1930. Single Copy Five Cents PHIL FOLLETTE THROWS HAT RING BANK DEPOSITS MADE BY LINGLE AUTHORITIES REGARD SOURCE OF SLAIN Sparta Bank Loot Unestimated June ANCE IN June source of Lingle's regular bank deposits his banker more than a has become a matter of first importance the authorities investigating his Made Large Deposits William N. president of the Lake Shore Trust and Savings disclosed to investigators for the state's attorney yesterday that the slain Tribune although re- only a modest salary as a made six to eight deposits each month of sums ing from 5500 to Such deposits always were in cash and were sive of check Earlier in the day Police Captain William until recently com- missioner of Chicago had told of a stock buying partnership that existed between Lingle and Friends of the reporter had held that stock market profits accounted for the wealth Lingle has presumed to Paper Profits Capt. Russell said that at one time the paper profits of his joint venture with Lingle amounted to but that the October ket crash swept it all The told the gators that the large cash deposits were continued by Lingle after the market The question the state's attorney seeks to answer Where did Lingle get the money deposited lowing the market and where has it gone? At the time of the Lingle murder June 9, his bank balance was between and the banker To Start Jury Probe A conference between leaders of the Lingle inquiry yesterday was followed by a report that the grand jury investigation of the murder would be started at There has been delay due to the desire of the state attorney to gather as much evidence as possible so that ments may be The expected shakeup of the cago police forecast when Russell resigned the failed to materialize Word from police ters was that it might occur Convict Jack McGurn A development regarded as in the crime was the tion yesterday on a charge of gun toting of Jack one of the enemies listed by the crime A year in jail and a fine may be imposed as of Sparta shortly after noon today and escaped with 000 in currency and an termined amount of Tyler D. was unable to immediately de- termine the value of securities Three of the men entered the bank while the other two remained outside in a in which the quintet All five men appeared to be Barney Officials of surrounding towns were notified of the robbery and were asked to be on the lookout for the CHICAGO PLANE UP 350 HOURS FOUR HUNTER BROTHERS MUST KEEP SHIP IN AIR UN- TIL SUNDAY MORNING TO BREAK ENDURANCE FLIGHT June 26. The four flying Hunter boys of SAFETY PROBLEM CONSIDERED IN MEETINGS HERE SPEAKERS AT WISCONSIN LEY SAFETY CONFERENCE TREAT ON PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS IN HOME AND ON That the mental attitude of both employers and employees toward the vital question of safety is the most important factor in its was the fact most strongly stressed in the address by Dr. John K. Com- longtime instructor cf and nationally known writer on economic before the opening session of the second Wisconsin Valley Safety conference held at the armory on First street north this In his formula for making industry Dr. Com- mons stressed three items of the place of the con- ditions of and finally the mental attitude of all ed. Welcomed by Mayor The meeting opened at a. m. with J. J. Consolidated Water Power Paper company's safety Mayor George W. Mead made the address of commending the ization for its prevention studies and activities and mentioning the consin Industrial work in this He was followed by Police Chief H. C. Baker of who together with C. N. Opposes Kohler Phil La Follette 111., staked virtually all their money I former state traffic on an airplane endurance flight if it is will pass the record at o'clock next Sunday At a. m. day the plane had been in the air 347 To Realize the said they had pooled their funds expecting to re- alize at least if the flight was The smooth sailing that had marked the flight for two grueling weeks turned rough last evening when the first serious threat to the success of the leaky line The tank un- der the left wing was the faulty and the circumstances night with its ards and Sister Supervises Cuisine While the two younger John and still in their early 20's, pilot the endurance Walter and fly the refueling A fifth hurried from her school teaching in southern Illinois to the cuisine She sees that the brothers in the have what they want to eat and that piping hot or icy cold as they A sixth mother of the has followed the flight's progress at her farm near She will be at Sky Harbor Saturday observed U. S. Government to i Evans Praises Pay for False Alarm June A West Allis family today had the promise of the United States to pay for a funeral that never took It was this Mrs. Leo Comstock was notified in 1918 that her Grover G. died from influenza during the epidemic of the Great Lakes naval training friends were flowers purchased and an undertaker maintained watch at railroad stations for the About was spent in preliminary ar- But no body Then word arrived that the deceased was from Michigan and no relation to Mrs. The senate yesterday a resolution allowing the Courts in Wisconsin June judges of Wisconsin should have the right to comment and give their opinions on evidence in cases Sez they Judge Evan A. member of the United States circuit court of told the Wisconsin Bar association con- vention last laws of Wisconsin are more vigorously enforced than in any other state and rapid justice is meted he Judge Evans advocated changing the laws of the state to give district attorneys authority to comment on failure of defendants to testify in criminal Brass Button on Cap Causes Odd Accident June on John PEOPLE CAHT JAM ARGUMENT BY BOTH THE brass button man's cap today was blamed for an accident that nearly cost his 38, an employe of the Wisconsin Power and Light com- climbed an electric light His cap supposedly brushed a wire and volts shot through the brass on his cap into his He fell to the He was unconscious 20 minutes and was burned Doctors said prompt resuscitation work by Line Foreman Beekman's saved Cattle Acted Hanging Body Found When his cattle refused to enter the Dustin farmer near looked for a reason last and found the body of his Melvin hanging from a rafter in the He had been missing since collaborated on the investigation and work which preceded the adop tion of Wisconsin's new traffic code Chief Baker gave an explanation the new code and how it is to operate and predicted that its strict enforcement will go a long way toward the solution of the ty problem in One of the most interesting ad- dresses on the morning program was that of Ernest W. field of the National Safety who insisted that accident prevention is not at all an individual problem and cannot be solved ex- cept through community His subject was a Community Safety and in his exposition he too stressed the mental attitude of the people in the is a frame of he He instanced the preventive measure used in the past for the suppression of the People do not know or the facts of must know what accidents are and where they are most likely to He classified the location of dents as the streets and home and miscellaneous and further divided accidents into adult and child and controllable and Auto Accidents Foremost The foremost of the uncontrollable according to Mr. Com were those caused by drivers of vately owned automobiles driven mainly for The average commercial traveler covered miles per whereas the vate owner averaged one accident each The controllable accidents which are being lessened by safety he those of commercial and to the child at He gave it as his opinion that the only possible solution for the rapidly increasing automobile accidents is through the regulation of drivers by driving The final speaker of the morning session was Harry K. fire prevention who gave a most effective emo- tional appeal for fire The then adjourned and lunch was prepared and eaten at the after which the attending delegates separated into three The paper and pulp section is meeting this afternoon at the club under the chairmanship of R. M. Marathon Paper and is listening to pers by superintendents in the ous mills belonging to the Wisconsin Valley the first being of Wood by John of the local ed Banquet Tonight The section is con- vening at the George Curtiss Yale being chairman of the The third that of In- Nursing and First is holding its meeting at the Rose Hotel quet will be held at o'clock at the armory with John E. general manager of the Edwards Paper officiating as The principal ad- dresses will be by Mr. Mead and Professor Hewitt of the normal Entertainment will be furnished by the Rotary quartet and the Wisconsin Rapids Hungry IOWA MARSHAL SLAIN AUTO THIEF SHOOTS TWO OF- WHILE BEING SEARCHED BEFORE BEING LOCKED IN IN ANOTHER ESCAPES June Fred Sweet of ton county and Night Marshall Aaron Bailey were shot and killed here early today by an unidentified automobile thief they had just taken into The thief had been stopped by the officers as he was driving a stolen car into Washington from He was taken Sheriff Sweet's office and the two were questioning him when the sheriff started to search him preparatory to locking him The thief wrestled with the iff and threw him out of the then drew a gun and shot Night Marshal killing He then emptied his gun at the four bullets striking the body and the fifth passing through the eye into the Fleeing from the the thief was met by William a night but he eluded The slayer attempted to get into the stolen automobile he had been ing but found it locked and went to the north part of the city where he stole another a Ford coupe bearing Iowa license No. 91-3370. He is believed to have headed eastward on Iowa Highway No. 2, presumably for DENIES MURDER OF OESTERREICH SANHUBER TELLS ENTIRELY NEW STORY OF SAYS HE CONFESSED ON RO'S ADVICE TO SAVE MRS. Los June attorneys planned a rigid cross examination of Otto Sanhuber today in an effort to discredit his new story of the slaying in 1922 of Fred wealthy kee Repudiates Confession admitted attic lover of Mrs. took the stand in his trial for the slaying and repudiated his confession to the grand jury that he killed the facturer to protect Mrs. Oesterreich from her intoxicated husband's Sanhuber testified he confessed to the murder because he was told by an attorney representing Mrs. Oesterreich it was the only way he could save Herman Mrs. reich's fabricated the story Sanhuber told the grand the defendant Called It said it was a He thought up the self-defense idea about Fred striking me He re- enacted the murder and he played the part of Sanhuber Sanhuber said two months before the murder he heard the voice of Roy prosecution in a downstairs The defense has alleged Klumb was Mrs. reich's was with Klumb a lot of the Sanhuber In his latest story of the reich Sanhuber said he was tiding in his attic when he heard an After some running back and he he heard Mrs. whimpering in her Heard Strange Step I heard a strange slow and come up the Southern Cross New York City Plans Noisy Welcome for Four Fliers June The Southern Cross circled over this city at C. S. T. The fliers had deviated from course to New York to pay tribute to Captain Frederick C. Melville of the Byrd polar tion who was being accorded a homecoming It wasn't Fred's whispering in the steps scratched on I heard and the say I she you want me to be killed It was two days he that Mrs. Oesterreich appeared at his attic and told him her husband had been New June ing through skies which cleared as it approached the coastline of the United the Southern Cross was almost half way to New York in about seven hours of Seen Over Halifax Captain and his comrades were over Halifax at 10 a. C. S. having covered in six hours and fifty-five minutes a dis- tance of a little more than 550 miles as the crow This did not accurately indicate their since they did not low an exact straight-line but it indicated that they would verse the approximate distance from Harbor N. where they took off at this to Roosevelt N. in about fifteen landing at their STew York goal soon after 5 o'clock The plane was sighted clearly as it hurtled over To Stop Few Days planned to stop only for a few perhaps two or in Xew York before resuming his journey to San Francisco and consummating a virtual world flight for the plane which is conqueror of the Atlantic and Pacific The Southern Cross kept at a foot altitude over the eastern coast of Nova The weather was fine and clear except for a few patches of To Get Typical Welcome New June typical New York includ ing a landing at the a rade up Broadway and an official greeting at the city was ned today for Captain Charles and the crew of the Southern In fact the fliers will be accorded two one today at velt Long upon their arrival from Harbor and the other tomorrow when the city's official welcome will take Grover A. called members of the mayor's com- for the reception of visitors to accompany him to the flying Invitations also were sent to Sir Ronald British ambassador to and Michael minister to the United States from the Irish free to be on hand when the plane Government Represented The assistant secretaries for tion of the navy and F. Trubee David S. Ingalls and Colonel Clarence D. were asked to represent the Plans for the official reception were made subject to the wishes of IS PROGRESSIVE CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNORSHIP YOUNGEST SON OF TO OPPOSE KOHLER FOR REPUBLICAN NOMINATION IM June Philip La Follette today announced bis candidacy for the Republican nomination for The announcement set at rest rumors that he would not enter the race for the governorship against Gov. Walter J. On several speeches throughout the Follette spoke on the evils of chain banking and chain stores and these were looked upon by many as the probable campaign issues for the Progressive Republican standard Doubted Candidacy When Conservative Republicans formulated their platform at kosh they took a stand against chain systems and observers pointed out that the younger La Follette might decide not to become a candidate be- cause of The chain system in banking and excessive charges by lic utilities which he said constitutes a power and the corrupt tices act were listed by La Follette Captain and his as major issues at stake in the It they agree to the the fliers will be taken in an Amphibian plane from Roosevelt Field row to a point in the harbor near the statue of liberty where the city boat Macom will pick them Stands erected at the city hall steps for the Byrd reception last week have been left in place and will be used for to Captain and his To Talk With Fiancee One of the preparations at the Upper Peninsula Has First Tornado Known June 26. Two garages and an automobile were destroyed yesterday first tornado ever known upper No other damage by in the the The wind hurled a small garage to Emil Larson atop ric power lines where it hung a ew seconds and crashed to crushing an Another belonging to Paul St. The tornado lasted but a few Milwaukee Has Drug Store Robbery Today June Two men dressed as laborers held up a House Passes New Measure June sustaining a veto of its first for relief of World war the house today passed a substitute measure designed to overcome dent Hoover's objections to the The new measure now goes to the senate with its tion there in It calls for an expenditure of 000 for veterans relief for the fiscal year of 1931 as com- pared to in the discarded Three Days Man Believed Suicide June bridegroom of three Robert 29, was Jound a supposed in a Delavan lake cottage A bullet had pierced his HOOVER LAUDS 15TH PRESIDENT DESCRIBES JAMES AS RICH IN DESERVING THE GRATITUDE OF HIS June James fifteenth dent of the United was today by President Hoover as a man in achievement de- serving the gratitude of his Unveil Monument Speaking at the unveiling of a monument in Meridian park to the only Pennsylvania president Mr. Hoover said Lincoln's predecessor had the presidency at a moment when no human power could have stayed the inexorable ad- vance of a great national The monument unveiled was a bronze statue of Buchanan seated in a chair with a white stone The presentation was made by Roland S. former ambassador to representing President Hoover's address lows in black clouds of dissension field for the arrival was the lation of special telephone ment to enable Captain Smith to talk to his Miss Mary in Descriptions of the arrival and welcome will be broadcast by both the National Broadcasting company and Columbia Syracuse Wins Poughkeepsie Yearling Race BULLETIN Regatta N. June Cornell won the three mile junior varsity race in the intercollegiate rowing regatta Washington finished second and Columbia third in a field of six Regatta June 26 A great young freshman crew from Syracuse won the opening 2-mile dash for first year eights in the in- rowing association re- gatta Syracuse won by a length and a with Cornell second and bia third in a field of The orange coached by the Jim Ten rowed a beautiful race to duplicate the victory of another fine mis morning and escaped with nearly in cash and money Tne gun was found beside the No motive was assigned for his act. Wausau Drill Band Here July Wausau aerie of Eagles has also went to the convention to come down to Oshkosh last where they Rapids on the Fourth of July an outstanding feature on the per cent strong and help the the Eagles of city celebrate the club will be here and casion in fine according to a few surance given Leo J. chairman of the Wisconsin Barrett states that the city Baseball association's which has been traveling and Emil central Wisconsin were in Wausau the celebration here the Tht Wausau Eagles drill leave at 6 o'clock tomorrow which received considerable from the band hall for a clamation at the Eagles state of Wausau and vention in Oshkosh last they will and come and put on evening they will go to drills at the Athletic field Arpin and the They have 24 all dressed in and and businessmen of the city have donated their cars for the attractive sight when on In the local committee is receiving jand is and will give fine response from businessmen concert during the the city who are aiding in the They putting across another i 24-piece organization which and wishes to thank all those received considerable recognition have both by inventions they have and their had gathered over the country when i this re- he entered upon his The a year aga thunderbolts of war were withheld until he left the but out his administration the sky was clouded with the ominous ings of Attempted Compromise had shared in the notable forts to solve the problem of ery by His partners in these efforts were the ablest and most penetrating minds of his and it was largely by chance that his presidency coincided with the ul- timate failure of these He was the last outstanding figure viving of one of the most able groups of men in our He played his part with a dignity and courage that only now are re- the recognition they de- Thieves Win Parole By Plea of Poverty Chippewa June Convincing Judge D. E. Cook they robbed the Jacobson filling station of because they were poverty Albert 18, Chippewa and Norman 17, today were under parole on sentences cf from three to five File was an honor student of the 1929 high school class here find a member of the championship ing All bat of the lot wu The stroked by Tom a stalwart football packed plenty of power in their blades and pulled away at a easy beat over the final mile despite the strenuous efforts of their New York state Cornell and The outcome of the varsity over a 4-mile course at in which the Wisconsin crew is The No. 10. The race was scheduled to start at p. Eastern Standard m. Weather Report Fair Friday partly not much change in Weather temperature for 24- hour period ending at 7 a. 86. Minimum temperature iTor 24- hour period ending at 7 a. Temperature at 7 a. 40, La Follette was bom in Madison May 1897, the son of the late Senator Robert M. La His candidacy for governor is really his first big step into politics although he has been linked with the sive Republicans in Wisconsin for several In 1924 he was elected district attorney of Dane the only public office he has 1926 he has been lecturer in law at the University of Wisconsin in ad- dition to practicing law in of the present the state government is a tual partner of powerful and selfish monopoly said La lette in announcing his I am nominated and that partnership will be Mr. La Follette renewed the pledge made by the first sive state administration 30 years ago do equal and exact justice to every citizen and to every inter- fortune of birth does not justly entitle any candidate to the support of a single he does place upon me a special obligation to uphold the noblest traditions of a great public office and to render to all the people of Wisconsin the best that is in me in faithful service to the Recalls Past Records The candidate recalled the record of Progressive Republican trations 1900 to 1926 and pointed out that the pledges made in the last campaign by the present administration to bring new reduce taxes and strengthen the corrupt practices act have not been kept and are omitted from the 1930 Mr. La Follette said that the ent state and national tions made the same character of pledge to stimulate in conducting their joint campaign in 1928, and that nothing effective has been done at Madison or Washington agriculture and industry fer the worst depression in a only new enterprise which can justly be credited to the present he the chain banking It is no dent that this assault the in- dependence of the local community coincided with the advent of this ad- ministration at One great chain has already absorbed of the credit resources of Wisconsin without adding a dollar of tangible wealth or the Not already has on its statute books the most comprehensive legislation ing unfair trade tices and evasion of In- stead of utilizing these broad ers for the protection of On Page Racine Youth Held For Chicago Robbery June ward 19, alias James was arrested here last night for the robbery of S. A. cago of Jane 7. fie was driving a new car and was in possession of a ring he said was for the sister of ley who was arrested with but later Jantis said had no connection with
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