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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - July 31, 1953, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Wn with mmt A wanner hi for 14 7 minimum M. Tribune ffin A CONSTRUCTIVE N E W S P A P E R ifM IrV 1TV W WISCONSIN Normal maximum IS PHI Normal M 65 No temperature Precipitation 1 Inch out Fortieth Wisconsin July 1953 Single Copy Seven Cento Same Old Reds Charge 2 Truce Violations at Conference Claim Military Planes Flew Over Buffer Zone Area Reds accused the Allies today of two new truce violations but a U. N. spokesman said the charges were not The accusations came as the Korean Military Armistice Com- mission and other truce groups met at The Communists made their and 12th complaints of lied truce violation in the 4-day- old truce at the hour and 46-min- ute meeting of the ar- The sion is charged with policing the 2 demilitarized zone across The Communists said military aircraft circled and ed over the zone Wednesday and To Be Checked Maj. Gen. Blackshear M. head of the U.N. team on the said the complaints would be investigated but they were not There were indications the U. N. Command is trying to steer ing which is to begin next As they the U.N. Com- mand said it would move more Red prisoners north toward the exchange point at Panmunjom The Red Peiping radio said lied prisoners in the camp in North Korea were given a farewell It said they joined with their Red captors in shouts of live Peiping did not say when the prisoners would begin moving The heard to said it was a grand each man getting 1% pounds of meat plus all pared in Western It wine and candy also were made At Allied soldiers rushed preparations to receive the Allied prisoners 313 of them About North Koreans and Chinese will be turned back to the Bryan told newsmen after the joint fourth ing that went along all right War on Weevils Crunchy Creatures in Here's Recipe To five pounds of add four ounces of white arsenic or paris green no a pint of the foundation Rev. McMichael Denies Meeting His Accuser WASHINGTON Rev. Jack Richard con- fronted by a man who accused him of being a one-time today told the House Un- American Activities don't know The accuser was Manning a middle-aged He was called to the witness stand only a few feet from the young Methodist shortly after McMichael repeated his testimony of Thursday that he didn't recall the man by I were to see him perhaps I could tell you if I ever saw him McMichael had Called Him In Chairman Velde had an aide bring Johnson into the When McMichael said he didn't know Johnson a good took a good ael don't recognize him by his name or by his a lanky and sive 36-year-old preacher from sprinkled about i in its Chlordane applied at a j Upper assailed his about one quart of and rate of 100 of 10 per cent hearing Thursday as un-American a of amyl per will also control 1 and 'the small white grubs which jje erate of Li AC 11H-1 clear of arguments over what it Sounds like a delicious way into he The considers accidental or bulk to your husband's grubs do some damage to root doesn't But it has other s t e m s of ly minor There was no indication berry and blackberry whether the Allies would That's one of several and lawns the Reds of a violation Underwood has Although the adults are a Air Force reports that large cope with the current insect sance in a whole procedure was based on a principle that would have condemned Jesus guilty by Hard To Quiet The quick in speech a hard man to gave here in Wisconsin j wives can heart in this the committee what one M h p weevils cannot be termed Rep. Clady called into North you may house as they do exasperating Monday night after the came to the of flower not harm nor do During the h e a r i n g the 36- 5 during the rose chafer jure furniture or year-old preacher Truce Terms plague several weeks state entomologist Armistice terms specify that Weevil i only replacement armament Now the state forest to be allowed into North or South wno headquarters at Korea and that under super- State in an swer to innumerable i A joint group up control solutions Of cussed final details for for the strawberry root Pittsville Will Hold Over Weekend For those of you who n I met the the strawberry root weevil is a crawling insect with a crunchy black lit has recently taken up MANITOWOC J. 22, pleaded guilty in many local today to the daylight in areas of sandy j up of the Newton State of the strawberry root j weevil frequently appear in Archambeault appeared before es during late summer or early i Municipal Judge Harold W. PITTSVILLE A record Underwood exp 1 a in charged under a state out is expected this are seeking a place to with armed bank when the 28th annual Indian and most always a conference with his conspicuous places as ier he told the court might just wash well get it over and Stage a amusement park recommends that the Judge Mueller said he wanted among the features planned to mentioned poison bran bait be I i i i J-M i H entertain the crowds assembled Saturday and Sunday for the placed under boards around the foundation of the house if you wish to keep your home As many former The weevil is unable to dents of this area will return must make its way in- the Among the by crawling through cracks famous will be the openings in the mavor and fire chief of lt Damp Donald Since the poison bran bait is well-known radio and stage en- when is kept Underwood suggests that 5 per a native of chlordane dust may be will act as master of monies for the stage Others appearing on the program will be Homer and recording artists whose cal on popular songs TIC are enjoying current ana the Gold Dust court to see Archambeault this afternoon before he asserted he is not now and never has been a He shouted that two former Communists who branded him as a Red were and and to ba so charged and passed Maximum pen under Wisconsin is 15 40 years in the state Arrested In Hour The red-haired shipyard er nonchalantly twirled his caliber revolver on his finger and then handed the weapon to an officer Thursday as he was ar- rested less than an hour after the Officer Says As in the Indian dances and ceremonials will be held in the rustic dancing The pewa Court Oreilles and Adonas Indians will predominate in this phase of the On Sunday afternoon a larly scheduled Wood County League baseball game will be with Pittsville playing host to There also will be Indian baseball games both Saturday and Members of the Pittsville park sponsor of the annual have been working out ar rangements for the weekend for several Trial in the case of Joe Frey Is Serious About Being a Candidate in Elmer 39, president of the Corp. ol will be a candidate for ernor in 1954. That was announced today by the Elmer Frey lor Governor The statement from the group said that Frey announced his intention to members of the Elmer Frey lor Governor Club to put his hat in the ring lor the governorship of It added that the ment was made by an- swer to the editorial in the News Herald of July 25." No mention was made of the party banner under which the businessman will seek the state's highest his George Frey of previously had been quoted as saying that his son is strong a lobbyist for the consin Mobile Home was reportedly endorsed by that group as a gubernatorial date when the association met last Friday at Lake This report was later denied by Chet Bible of Fond du Lac Panther manager who is charged with disorderly opened at the house today before Justice ald W. Five witnesses for the state gave their testimony before the noon The state is uled to continue its case this Consoli is charged with derly conduct as the result of a fracas June 25 during a ball game between Fond du Lac and the Wisconsin Rapids White He originally was charged also with assault and but that charge was Officer Franklin the first witness called in the testified today that he was kick ed in the groin by The blow he after he and Officers Roger Krumrei and Lloyd Barton had been called on- to the playing field by the um- pires and ordered to eject Consoli from the Other witnesses called said that they did not see Consoli kick the They were cers Krumrei and ence 1251 3rd St. and Joseph Rt. 1. Jackson and Zastava were spectators at the ball The charges against Consoli were Hied on June 26, the ing following the Consoli pleaded innocent and demanded a jury Fee Schedule Hike Is Told by Clerk of Courts Clerk of Courts Jasper C. son said today that fees which his office is authorized to charge have been increased in general to three times what they ly The lee authorized by the state legislature through an amendment to the went into effect Johnson fees which were have now been Increased to or he The revised fee schedule Is available at the office clerk of Calumet county Sheriff ius Kosmosky said the 511, was found in a paper sack on the front seat of the auto in which Archambeault led a chase from the Manitowoc County Pulls Out Gun The flight ended on a town road off Highway 151-57 in met county near Kiel when the bank bandit stopped his got out with drawn gun and told two Chilton city take one of the other can get His bravado deserted him and he surrendered a moment later when reinforcements Sheriff Kosmosky and another Jailed at Manitowoc and pending issuance of a rant Archambeault ted the according to Manitowoc County Sheriff Les appreciate your producing them and letting me look al he are my I'm an American and I'd like to confront The two men were named by Committee Counsel Robert L Kunzig as Johnson and Leonard False Charges engaged no conspiracy with the Communist Me Michael telling the commit tee it was guilty of circulating Such statements were inter- mingled with numerous tions that he had no recollections regarding past associations with some organizations that have been cited as The whose name ured in last week's committee testimony by Methodist Bishop G. Bromley of acknowledged he had been chairman of the American Youth an organization that has been cited as a nist But he insisted the tion not and I can prove Senator Taft Succumbs In New York Hospital AS A Robert A. who died at a.m. at New York was hale and hearty when he appeared in Wisconsin Rapids during the 1952 presidential These poses were taken by a Tribune photographer when Taft made a major address at Lincoln Fieldhouse on Feb. 10, 1952, in his unsuccessful bid for the can presidential Voice of the Master Craftsman at Legislative Trade Stilled by Death Nash to Be Speaker At DOC Meet Monday Nash of Wisconsin former executive assistant to President will be guest speaker at the August meeting of the Wood County Democratic Organizing The meeting will be held day at the Wisconsin Rapids beginning at andj is open to the By JACK BELL AP Political Reporter WASHINGTON voice of a great American is Death has taken Sen. Robert Alphonso Taft of And it is no to say that from President Eisenhower's cally inexperienced administration has departed the one besides the President could least afford to For Taft was more than the nominal floor leader of Senate more than the he was to many of his more than a lion-hearted champion of old fashioned sonal more than a blunt man who thought often blurted his thoughts whether they pleased or irked his To his party in the Taft was a balance wheel and a Unifying force who kept its factions from flying off in tangential He was also a master craftsman at the legislative a senator who knew the Senate's every calculated its Death Caused By Rapidly Growing Tumors NEW YORK Ro- bert A. a symbol of Re- died today of The end came peacefully for the 63-year-old Ohio about 13 hours after he had lapsed into a deep At his side were his four Become Critical Taft's condition suddenly had become critical just four days except for brief inter- his strength failed Not until the end did New York Hospital disclose the Taft's life came to an end quietly and without pain at a.m. July 31, a tal bulletin The bulletin said death was the r c s u 11 of wide-spread highly rapidly ing Ailment This was the first official word on the nature of his Taft's death reduces the Re- publican membership in the ate to less than that of the The line-up is 47 46 Republicans and one in- Taft's four sons were at his side when he His an was at the ily home in She was brought here Tuesday in a Eisenhower called the death for a visit to her Ike Statement Of Death of Senator Taff WASHINGTON Sen. Robert A. Taft today gic loss to but friends said she was too ill to make another 63. was the son of Within an after the an- dent William Howard Taft and of the Ohio Dwight coddled its coaxed its compromising sometimes tor's in New the hower for the GOP presidential Morse to Vote With the GOP WASHINGTON Republican control of the Senate presumptive 1 F f ft character and his vasl trampled roughshod over its has lost a Between these two men who glared at each other in the fight last year had grown up by degrees a mutual a golf course and finally a warm It was shortly before a trip to several weeks ago to join a presidential golf some that Taft complained of the first signs of his fatal It was he a strange ness in the A severe hip pain developed later and com- The grown used of late to seeing the balding Ohioan clumping around on has felt the first weighty impact of his Could Lose Control There the mechanics of tics may seat a ed by Ohio's Democratic Gov. Frank to give the pre sent minority party a ad- vantage over the Helped by Sen. Morse Democrats could take over that branch of Almost they don't want that control But the lure of committee age and prestige is It may be a different story next uary or in any intervening cial The Senate majority President and Mrs. last He entered drove from the White House to the home of Mrs. Taft in town to express their Eisenhower issued this ment passing of Robert A. Taft is a tragic loss to brilliant son of our 27th Taft the people of Ohio and the nation with distinction and will be greatly missed on left vacant by Taft's The subject of Nash's talk expected to be filled by Sen. not been CLIMBERS KILLED Knowland ment of a Democrat to succeed Sen. Robert A. assured today when Sen. Wayne Morse said he would vote with the Republicans if the issue Morse told reporters he feels an obligation to vote with the Republicans on Senate He people of the nation in the election of voted the Republican into power and I shall abide by that mandate on Republican control of the Senate until the people have the chance in 1954 to review their Gov. Frank J. Lausche of Ohio is a Democrat and presumably will appoint a member oi his ty to the Senate seat left vacant by the death ot Republican Sen. That would make the Senate party lineup 48 47 Republicans and 1 This presumes that the character and his vast knowledge of the business of pood government played such an the hospital July 4 for treatment of what was described as a hip Hospital Report The hospital bulletin on h i S death was the result of highly rapidly growing the first symptoms of which were pains in the later localized in the left symptoms had their on- set in the latter part of 1953, and in the beginning were verv important part in congressional disorder was decisions over many ed by a severe anemia requiring great and 1 have a wise counselor and a valued Eisenhower and I extend to Mrs. Taft and the family our heartfelt sympathies in the sonal loss that they have who has been acting loader to Hie late Sen. To bey Taft's might have will be a Switzerland si but no decision on the post I With Morse voting with the senate has lost one of its many Some of the leading members of all of involvement were people have lost a by treatment and there wore brief periods of general im- Out Of Control the disease could not be and eventually progressed relentlessly despite the application of all the weapons available to ern Taft is the second Republican senator to die within a Charles W. Tobey of New Hampshire died last A GOP appointee is expected to succeed the New Hampshire But Taft's native Ohio has a Frank J. as its and Lausche is ex- 11 more mountain climbers fell to is expected until death in the Swiss Alps in the Left a Void I there would be a 48- tie on organizational last 48 An average of GO It's in the heart of the Vice President Nixon are killed in the its numerical break such ties in favor Alps every I 11 of his 2-Day Blowout Was Big Event Royal Welcome for Soldiers Here 3 4 Years Ago A serviceman returning from the wars comes home quietly these with no civic His family and perhaps a few friends meet him at the and what celebrating there is is done at Not so after World War I. Just 34 years ago this July 30 and 31, 1919, Grand Rapids sailors and marines were guests of honor at a two-day blowout that was the biggest event the city had ever according to contemporary re- Arches Spotted The stranger who ventured downtown early that Wednesday July 30, soon got the Idea that something big was Four huge double arch- nearly 20 leet high and dec- orated with flowers and ic were erected at One covered the intersection of 4th and W. Grand An- other spanned the avenue near the west end ol the the predecessor ol the present span. A third marked the intersection of 2nd St. S. and Vine St. E. Grand and 11 REMEMBER THIS In when WM still Grand the gigantic for sN the men who served In WorM War I. Shown here h the Intersection of tni St. S. and Vine St. K. Grand The arch waa em ef few the downtown Nekoosa Boy Loses Arm in 4 Others Injured A 19-year-old Nekoosa boy the loss of an arm day morning in an accident near when the car in I which ho was riding was by a James 1135 Section his Mr. and Mrs. sius their and another were all The father was thrown from tho car a head The ture of the injuries to other bers of the family was not learn cd The family was returning to Nekoosa after visiting a who is serving in the Air Force at Camp about 40 miles from the scene of the The Mertes car was completely according to the re- port received by Mrs. Glen ness of a sister of Mrs. Town of Cary Barn Destroyed by Blaze of mined origin completely ed a barn in the town of 10 miles northwest ol Thursday The blaze broke out about p.m. while Fay Rt. 1, was putting hay in the Rucker rents the An estimated 25 tons of hay were The building was not used for housing SEEK MISSING CRAFT HONOLULU The Search and Rescue Coordination Center at Guam today ordered a sea and air search for the motor vessel missing with 16 persons aboard in the Central The craft vanished after leaving Ro- ta Island July 22 tor Tribute to Taft By State Leaders MADISON of the Wisconsin Republican party ed together today to issue the following the death of Sen. America has lost not only but one of its est public officials and Taft was particularly be- loved by all Republicans of The statement was issued by Robert GOP state Wayne La past and Jack secretary ol the can party of James E. state chairman ol the Democratic Organizing described Sen. who died as ly able and effective national of the Americans for Democratic am sorry to hear of his 4 I know that with lew ex- ceptions he enjoyed respect and admiration of his colleagues In the Congress in both 94 in County Hive Lost Driver License In the first six months 94 persons in Wood County tat their driving privileges revocations or thi motor vehicle department ed There were 36 el suspensions lor law and 12 suspensions ordered fey the commissioner of the vehicle
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