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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - January 6, 1933, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin LEASED paper is served bjr leased wire with news i of the A CO y S T R. V C T I V E E W S P A P E R 4: HEALTH is the most valuable asset Learn how to it by reading Dr. daily articles on the editorial Nineteenth 5978. January 6, 1933. Single Copy Five Cents TO HOLD SIMPLE SERVICES FOR EX-PRESIDENT FINAL RITES FOR BE SIMILAR TO THE SIMPLE LIFE WHICH HE Chinese and Japs Renew Hostilities NATION MOURNS ITS Jan. Calvin Coolidge goes to his long rest tomorrow amid the austere Chills of his native Vermont and the thoughts of a nation he led will low the simple The be as simple as the life he T That is the keynote of the eral under preparation today for the 30ft struck down yesterday by a heart attack that came swiftly and left him dead with 1 an expression of peace on his Notable Funeral A expressions mourning came from all over the plans laid for a funeral that despite its unostentatious will be a notable one in the nation's President will come from Washington for the ices at a. eastern dard tomorrow at Edwards Congregational the historic structure on main street named for Jonathan Edwards long Congressional T leaders will come and groups of distinguished from many The choir in which Mrs. Coolidge often sung will Its voices to the for the and there will be a brief mon. Burial nt Plymouth n simple motor cession will start for more than 100 miles .to lay the beside his ther and his The simpler even than the will take place in late Mr. Coolidge died much as he had the home in which he that dwelling to which the Associated Hostilities were reported renewed today between Chinese and nese troops drawn up on opposite shores of a river between Chinese cities of kwan and i Foreign observers in the area said the Japanese pave no indication of starting an advance farther along the railroad which leads to Tientsin and A Shanghai dispatch saiu an ex- change of rifle fire began between the opposing lines and from ping came that Japanese planes were bombarding villages north of This is the the nese would take for a campaign into which has long been predicted by Chinese and threatened by Japanese military They into week along the Manchurian coast from the The easiest course into is up the Lwan CO miles southwest of by the t Chinese officials at said peace x negotiations were off and that Japanese claims they would the conflict at were a for further v when of a na tion fell from his the to a heart He had whipped fringed Vermont and quickened to plunge of a Many Times Alone 5 He had the whirr of the partridge as it left its tangled when frosted autumn leaves called him to the hunting grounds of his u So Calvin Coolidge alone in his dressing No one saw the spirit had returned from his law His secretary waited until ho should be dismissed for his found on Youth Will Preach at Coolidge Rites Jan. man who will preach the for the funeral of Calvin is 31 years old and looks much is Albert J. formerly of Mount near Minn. His Mr. and Mrs. A. still live Since last when he re- turned from two years of study in ho has been pastor of the Edwards Congregational former president was always the first man when Sunday vices were occasions he lingered to say SEEK APPLICANT FOR LOCAL JOES 4. STEAM FIREMAN AND FIED LABORER FOR NEW FEDERAL POST OFFICE MUST I FILE APPLICATIONS BY JAN. 11G'-. The United States Service commission has announced an open competitive examination i for two positions in the new post office fireman at a of and laborer a from this immediate vicinity only will be Applications must be on file at the federal building in cago not later January 1C; 1933, blanks for which may be obtained at the post office West Grand at any 7 Requirements Similar The requirements for the two places are much the applicants for both must have reached their twentieth but not their fiftieth They are not required to report for a written but will be rated on their ence and fitness on a scale of 100, such ratings being based upon com- sworn statements in their applications and upon corroborative The applicant for the ON INCOMES TO HIT WAR HiCHS PLAN DECIDED UPON AT CON- X FERENCE OF ROOSEVELT PARTY LEADERS LAST NIGHT DROPS EXEMPTIONS Life in Russia as Rarely Pictured Jan. new income tax rates decided on by Roosevelt and congressional leaders on their conference last equal the wartime highest ever im- posed by the United from a basis of two per cent higher than the rates in force this which in turn are much than any paid since the 1921 revenue law was i Drop The drop in which will tax all unmarried men and women with or and all married earners receiving compare with exemptions of and in force this and and on the taxes paid during 1932. The program now to be attempted per cent on the first of income and twelve per cent above plus a graduated surtax on in- comes of J strongly advocated in the senate ast session by Republican Couzens of but despite able support was defeated in favor of four and eight per with the FORECAST EARLY SENATE DRY LAW REPEAL SHARP DIVISION OF OPINION TOWARD RESOLUTION PEARS AMONG FRIENDS OF McNARY SEES Jan. C Fore- casts of early senate approval of a resolution to repeal the Eighteenth amendment came from leaders day as a sharp division of opinion toward it developed among friends of Senator Re- The yield of. the income taxes remains to bo shown after the March 15 payment when a huge proportion of the personal ments arc made in The estimate last June was that income tax re- would be 000 the income by the surtaxes and a by tion of the earned income or Here's a photo of common life in Russia today as rarely pictured before the Most photographs Russia are pictures showing construction projects or social agencies at their This one was taken by a disinterested German and shows women selling cheap of. dress hair switches in the market in one of the few places where sale of these little still ardently desired by is SeeK Wife for Further Questioning The following shows various rates in V the 1'rps- Above exemption Income 1 posed fl 12 Surtax Graduates 2." None Deputy Sheriff Tells of Affair Slain Charge Against The present proposed to be graduates from one per cent at .to a maximum of 55 per cent on income over 000. Last year it ranged from one per cent above to a mum of 20 per cent at At the newly proposed a married man with no earning a year would pay the government income The single man earning the same amount would pay job must be able to fire steam operate feed pumps and tors and to perform related work and must have had at least months of paid experience in firing steam according to the no- Experience in firing small home heating plants is not Must Have Experience In applying for the classified laborer job one must have had at least four grades of schooling or at least six experience in ual work above the grade of mere common or unskilled he will be subjected to a strength test. do On rarer the on the is 0 feet has sleek black stylishly and he 4: looks more professional than J 50 Contract Players State Tourney Jan. The first state contract bridge is expected to have an en- try list of CO teams when play gins hero according to Dr. George E. president of the Contract Bridge which is sponsoring the Teams are entered from Green f Stevens and a Wisconsin association is Milwaukee Broker Commits Suicide Lake Mills Named to G. R. Post Jan. G E. B. Lake was pointed today as of the G. A. R. hall in the state capitol to succeed the late Jesse S. who was killed Monday in an automobile cident was named for the which ends next May 1. He is an adjutant general of the national department of the G. A. R. Technical Group to j Meet at Appleton Use of Zinc Pigments in the Paper and Control of Ground Wood Pulp will be the topics dis- cussed at the regular monthly ing of the Great Lakes section of the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry to be held at the Hotel Conway at next Tuesday evening following a six clock o Howard M. a zinc company research bureau will discuss the first topic and Mr. Taylor Instrument company will discuss the The meeting is open to all bers and all men in the paper Jan. lice investigation of the slaying of Captain Edwin 0. high school formerly of New brought an ment that his Mrs. France was being sought i for further questioning before a jury Charge Police Captain John F. who made said that he of placing any charge against but added that she was hampering her husband's abduction and death the night of Dec. 10, by ing stories and Efforts to find Mrs. Schildhauer and her Mr. Mrs. George Birkinshaw yesterday were and resulted in the lice order to flic attorney to have the at today's which advanced from January 14 because lice power to hold Carl expires of The decision to question Mrs. Stege former deputy that he had an affair the widow shortly be- the bandmaster was district said was considering bringing charges against Bradberry result of revelations ing a trip which said he and Mrs. took to r publican predicted that the measure which was approved by a senate judiciary subcommittee would pass senate at this session of and his views were echoed by The full com- will consider the proposal Monday and must approve it be- fore it reaches the Split Emphasized The split among former leading prohibition supporters that branch was emphasized by a ment from Senator Ohio Re- indicating he would vote for the does not differ in the main from the Republican position which I shall Fess Others who have indicated they would vote for the resolution in its present form include Senators ings and Ashurst On the other two ent defenders of tors Sheppard and Borah withholding The only outright declaration of opposition has come from tor Indiana The house a month ago defeated by six votes a resolution for out- for The proposal as it came from the sub-committee calls for repeal through submission to state tures of a would protect dry states and permit congress to legislate against the The saloon clause stirred most controversy with Chairman of the subcommittee and May Increase to i Deposit Fund 4 Secretary of State Theodore mann said today that a ly be proposed to the 1933 for an increase in the premiums paid to state tory fund to make it r The original rate of payment to the which insures public ey deposited with one per cent of the average daily ance of the On October 1 the rate was to two per cent due to heavy demands through the closing and stabilization of The law has operation one During that time losses of have been paid according to an official The amount of outstanding claims has not been re- J s Mr. Dammann is secretary of the board of deposits which administers the tentative proposal to be made to the it was understood will provide that premiums will be OFFICIALS AT NORTHAMPTON PRESIDENTIAL TRAIN CARRY SENATE AND HOUSE LEADERS TO COOLIDGE HOME CITY FINAL Jan. row at the death of Calvin the capital suspended many of its activities today and national leaders arranged to pay the former dent a past tribute by attending his funeral at President Hoover and a large party go north on a special train night for the last jr repaid to the banks when a surplus is built ELKHORN FA R M E R MUST STAND TRIAL FOR POINTING AT ING TO Jan. C. evicted from his Creek Dec. G by officers armed with machine must trial at least two of his ance to Ordered Held ordered Cichon in court on lowed statements by Youth at Wausau Takes Own Life Jan. tor 15, only child of Mr. and Mrs. William killed himself with a shotgun at his home here late The boy had com- a but no reason could be given for the act. Valley Dwellers Scurry to v C j v Lands in Flood Areas Jan. Hugo 70, n real estate is found dead in the his estate on Lake He himself while brooding over said John of He note the tmm Jan. Valley where the St. cis northeastern Arkansas from southeastern scurried for higher day as flood waters poured through five levee breaks and gushed over some acres of knolla or the greenhouse or on in the The river was falling in the ity of as the beaches relieved pressure but down at Lake a crew of 150 to sandbag barriers against the pi and elsewhere lhat swollen streams have caused sion slackened as anticipated heavy rains failed to Bother Delta Section v J The river and sidy Bayou still bothered the delta communities of Webb and Swan Lake but the wa- ters were rising more Swan Lake and Webb were cut from highway Tennessee swelled by backwaters r from the have covered some 000; acres of lowlands and numerous Forked Cccr and out their Names Aides s With the selection of his Irvin as and ment of five deputies in various parts of the county Sheriff Martin Bey has practically completed his staff of he announced Two Wisconsin are in- cluded in the list of deputy sheriffs named by the new county They are Cliff former sheriff and and Albert Walter deputy sheriff for a number of has been renamed as is Henry Joseph a newcomer in the sheriff's office as deputy completes the list of those appointed to Sheriff Bey indicated that there is u possibility that i another deputy might be named in the near He did not indicate what section of the county would be At of preliminary hearings yesterday Justice of the Peace Harry held for trial charges of having pointed a gun at former Sheriff James son and Deputy Jack and of having counseled Mrs. Cichon to commit It- was that she fired at officers who de- ployed military fashion about the farm on which Elkhorn bank had foreclosed a and which Cichon refused to another charge hangs over He is accused of having ad- vised a resist Cichon charged with sault with intent to nary hearings on these charges are scheduled for Tells of Offer Sheriff testified he had Cichon to leave the Mason said he was leaving office and he did not wish the last days of his administration marred by president of the Wisconsin Milk of which chon is i a attended Connecticut long an opponent of announcing they would vote against that rv j Chairman of the judiciary said today he probably would oppose the entire With repeal out of the the sub-committee will turn its tion to the house 3.2 per cent beer ALIBI WITNESSES GIVEN HEARING THREE ELMIRA MEN WHO THE STATE CHARGES GAVE J URED TESTIMONY IN GELOSI TAKE STAND AT Jan. Preliminary hearing was being held today before Circuit Judge A. C. Hoppmann for three men charged giving perjured testimony .in behalf of Joe of N. who was convicted here last month of plotting the killing of An- drew Station Operators men are Richard L. Weiss and Charles R. operators of an Elmira filling station and Harry C. Elmira ice The presided as ad- almost Immediately upon to no more sessions until No House Session Speaker Garner announced would be no session of the house as a mark of respect during the Chief Justice was secretary of state In the Coolidge and Federal Justice who was his attorney will attend the funeral going on tho train from Before senate the Rev. T. its paid tribute to the former Then Vice President Curtis Senator Walsh of setts to present a V resolution ex- pressing profound The message President Hoover sent to the capitol yesterday an- the death formally to con- which was read only in the was presented to the They testified at trial that Market New Jan. The New York stock exchange will be tomorrow as. tribute of respect toV Calvin of the Now cotton exchange also to close Drum Corps to Go 7 to Point Meeting When Charles Hagerstrom 9, American Legion neys to Stevens Point next January 11, they be companied by local Legion Drum and The drum corps at a regular ness last voted to accompany to the boring and put on a short concert The Stevens Point post is ing preparations to en- local Legionnaires and Commander Von l Holliday urges that as large a number as possible make the Legionnaires will semble at and a short business meeting will leave for Lifelong Resident of City Succumbs William 1350 Grand died at the Wisconsin General hospital at Madison at this morning after a lingering He was C2 years of age and had been a lifelong resident of this Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence to the West Side theran church at p. Rev. E. H. Walther Burial trill be in Riverside The deceased was born in the town of March 7, 1870, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand On October 10, 189G, he married Miss Bertha Miller in the town of Twelve children were born to this three having preceded the father in v Surviving are his wife and the following Clara of Mrs. J. F. Green Laura and all at One grand- three brothers and four ters also Charles of Fred and this Mrs. William i Mrs. Frank Mrs. Fred Mrs. Emil The body will remain at the the convicted man was in Elmira at the time the state claimed he was in Janesville plotting the Presti One of the witnesses was District Attorney Fred He said Weiss told him in Elmira he could not testify that Gelosi was in the New York City at the time in Another witness was Harry circuit court reporter who read the testimony given at Gelosi trial by the Repeat Their Story Kathryn and her Mrs. Garland were called to repeat their story that Gelosi wsa at the Snashall boarding house at the time the men said he was in The state completed case this morning and the defense was to in- evidence this William Hamm Hurt i S When Hit Struck by a milk driven by Chester Konkol on highway 45 about 7 o'clock last William N. Hamm of Rudolph is receiving treatment for injuries the face and head in the He had r three taken in a cut above his It is reported that Hamm is resting well in the from Saturday afternoon un- til time for the which is in charge of Krohn and Milk Pool Members to Meet Next Week will be a cial meeting of the County Unit of the Cooperative Milk Pool members at the town of Wood on Tuesday January 10, at 2 o'clock All members aro requested to be ent and all others who are interested in this movement will Leave on Senator of the Republican said tee of Senators and would leave on the presidential special at a. and at 9 a. Original plans for accompanying the funeral party to the burial ground at by Watson had been ed and the congressional committee will return to Washington on the president's Name Committee Twenty-four senators were named on the committee as Senators New New Rhode New Rhode and 5 Complete Representation The congressional representation was completed by the house bers whom Speaker Garner ed Representative Rainey of J Democratic floor leader and Snell Republican floor Representatives Montague of Treadway of Darrow of and Connery of Gibson of Greenwood of Douglass of Douglas McCormack and Granfield of With the capital mourning already military orders went out to army and navy posts and ships both at home and abroad to observe the funeral tomorrow with the due a president or The diplomatic corps took part in the A will be sent by them to the funeral Robber Jewelry Jan. A robber dressed as a messenger boy entered of Betty threatened her bound and gcd her and escaped with jewelry the film actress said she valued at Former Manager The reporting last night's robbery to the said man also bound and gagged E. D. her former production who was visiting at the She said the jewelry was 4 Miss the wife of James film said she and were playing cards when the robber knocked on the door of her L he The actress replied in the mative and opened the Forced Into Room f Without the robber pushed open the door and i forced Miss Compson into the room with He stairs to a bedroom where he bound and gagged the robber know my business and make any squawk I burn you both Spend Republican national committee ported to congress today that it had spent from June 1, 1932, to the end of campaign Weather Report SNOW 7Ioudy, rain ing to snow in colder in treat and day ly cloudy and much Today's Weather V V temperature 2-1- hour period ending at 7 a. 39j minimum for 2-1-hour period ending at a. 2
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