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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - May 10, 1957, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Daily A CONSTRUCTIVE NEWS PER Forty-Fourth Wisconsin May 10, 1957 Single Copy Seven Cents GOP Senators Kill Move for Appointment Parolee Wins Sheriff's Praise 1 For Brave Flood Rescue Work Ore. 13V-A former 2-year-old was left inmate of the Wisconsin State Prison at Waupun is credited with saving the life of a iff after they had helped rescue a California family from a Norman 21, who was released from the Wisconsin in- the handcuffs dangling from his went er the boy and took him to As the party struggled to high ground Wooldridge stumbled into a swollen creek and bobbed 30 feet Shepard pulled on was being MADISON Senate Republicans voted over- returned to Oregon by Sheriff him Thursday against offering a that Jesse Wooldridge to face forgery The flood swept the two cars Wave of Opposition Forces Colombia Chief to Resign have permitted GOP Gov. Vernon Thomson to appoint a U. S. senator to fill the unexpired term of the late Joseph Results of the secret balloting by the which con- both houses of the state appear to have spiked speculation that Thomson would be given special appointive powers now denied him by state Thomson still must decide when and if to call a special election to fill McCarthy's in his first has not re- his plans as According to a party spokesman only one of 23 state Senate Republicans who attended a secret caucus favored offering the Three did not vote and two were There were also indications that for the proposal for appointive power was losing favor in the House Speaker Robert Marotz strictly as an vidual I do not think such a should be That would j be a mistake at this The only question that should be is whether an should be held or the office vacant until the regular The term expires at the end State GOP chairman France Lone Holdout on Use of Suez LONDON to the In- 14 of the 15 nations in the Suez Canal Assn. are ready to let their shippers use the Egyptian waterway Only France held out at a meeting here last The French said they find it im- possible present circum- stances to recommend the use of the canal to member The other 14 nations indicated they had no power to keep vate shipping out of the They made plain their ships ably will begin using the Suez End Unified Action The which Western nations formed last summer in an effort to bring Egyptian President Nasser to terms by unified agreed its members could resume freedom of action with regard to will be the The nations previously had advised their shippers to avoid using the waterway they could see Nasser's plan for i its The announced i. last calls for Egyptian op- of the arbitration of i unrestricted use of canal in accordance with the 1888 Constantinople no more than 1 per cent a year in- crease in canal cooperation between Egypt and the shippers was not and dedication of 25 per cent of the canal's income to U. S. Favors Trial Test Taking the lead for the the United States told the rity Council there was plenty about the plan it didn't like but the Egyptians should be given a Except for the members took much the same at- They issued a communique saying they existing gal under the 1888 con- The members are the United New West Iran and Shepard is a native of Ore. After Wednesday's incident the sheriff said he would recommend leniency if Shepard is The two were on the last lap of their trip to Prineville when a cloudburst hit and the flood wa- ter spread across U. S. 97 about 15 miles north of The sheriff unlocked one of Shepard's handcuffs and they abandoned their car and started to but stopped when they saw another car stranded in the raging Wooldridge and Shepard cued Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Martin and their 4-year-old of Calif. In the the Martin's Tax Relief Rumored at BAC Meet HOT Va. 1958. Eugene Toepel assistant said he be- that earlier sentiment voring appointment was Cites Election Costs In declining to discuss his Reuss Eye Special Senate Race MADISON William Democratic nominee for governor of Wisconsin in the last three general today urged Rep. Henry Reuss to run for the U. S. ate if a special election is called Thomson has said he was the vacancy caused by the cerned with the costs of a special which he estimated at He also said he wanted to get a cross section of all and planned a meeting between the two would next Monday with the party's Ex- stimulate interest and enthusiasm death of Joseph R. Proxmire added that he is considering being a and that a Kuehn repeated again Thursday that he believes a special election I in the Democratic Nelson Steps Out At the same time State Sen. Gaylord Madison said he would not be a The feeling outside the in the prospective contest 11 more than a mile down the and at times they were in as much as five feet of Shepard was paroled from Waupun Monday so that he might answer the detainer warrant filed by He waived i tion i Warden John Burke of Waupun said Shepard had been serving a 1-2 year term after pleading ty to operating an auto without the owner's He was Nov. 17, 1955. The ords Burke that industry executives Shepard took a car near jed today that Congress will dent er s spending budget but will The youth was sentenced from isome tax relief j Fond du Lac j Speaking privately to members of the merce Department's Business Council forecast that Con- gress will find the public's action to the cost of ment The tax may be very some It probably will not take effect until Jan. 1, Crowds Go 30 Crushed that tax reduction will be first order of business in the Chairman Nash of they or might even be sin Rapids in which he said he nothing more than a would not be a He am withdrawing my name 1958 from consideration because I See No Corporate Benefits sider it of the utmost Some believe that individual in- that the Democrats in Wisconsin come tax payers will be the join in a unified and cooperative one that effort at the earliest possible date 'the corporation rate will not be we dissipate our efforts in reduced from the wartime 52 per an struggle it may cent level this year or very well cost us the j Nelson added he would be 1 About 100 BAC in able to campaign in behalf of the eluding chiefs of scores of Democratic j country's biggest Attitude meeting in closed sessions in Washington other with Secretary of candidates the Secretary of the Treasury THAT ROCK CRADLE STOP group of Milwaukee angered by truck traffic on their residential throw up a roadblock of lawn chairs occupied by themselves and their youngsters to dramatize protests at The trucks have been using the street on the city's northwest to reach a stone The mothers held the roadblock for an hour before removing it. and urged a unified party Reuss announced Thursday he would be willing to run for the vacant seat if given backing of Wisconsin Democratic Proxmire made public a copy of a telegram he sent to Reuss in which he praised the an's congressional record and told him he would be a fine candidate if an outstanding Proxmire too am seriously ing A primary contest would stimulate interest and f f in the Democratic 8 Humphrey and other government j Government spending was among the topics for formal cussion at the council's weekend series of closed which 11 Ruckus Lands Trio in Court Fisticuffs reportedly stemming from a near traffic accident ed three men in justice court here with special reference to the today on charges of disorderly hazard and insurance Put Fire Loss get under way during the after- Formal Topics Two topics were to be discussed Donald W. 23. and foreign On Saturday high government officials who police named as the in- executives from and a dozen Damage resulting from Colombia Dictator Gustavo Rojas la was swept out of power Amid scenes of wild tion in which 30 persons were crushed to it was an- he was turning over the military Rojas was overthrown by a flood of opposition from the Roman Catholic the community and the I He declared in a broadcast from San Carlos would be impossible that who gave the country should cause the country useless Crowds Jam Capital Crowds began to assemble in the capital in anticipation of the They jammed the streets and Plaza Bolivar in front of the capital At least 30 persons perished in a stampede when troops cleared the Rojas declared he had given command to military The armed forces continue in command of the Rojas said this junta would have mission of calling lar WASHINGTON rackets investigators de- Thousands of deliriously joyful testimony today that Teamsters boss Dave Beck j People the and a mortgage banker split derived from shouting demands for a6 a fund raised by unions for the widow of Beck's and closest The Seattle mortgage Donol said Beck's Manipulation of Union Funds Is Divulged as they Only two days ago Rojas had maneuvered himself into a second Beck handled the transaction for Mrs. Ray widow of the as due to start forest fires in Adams and man Hedlund said was Beck's best next This action Portage Counties has been It was testified Beck handled the deal as trustee for Ray the opposition to the former ed at more than Memorial about of which had been collected from chief of Colombia's An official of unions after Leheney formerly was head of the union Shouts of Paper Co. reported today that fire label department of the American swept over some to Federation of acres of owned by story to The news that he was quitting kerage fees on the investment presidency became known just ran firm in Adams Senate Rackets Investigating ran He estimated the total loss under plantings and Brokerage Fees union tunds in the mortgage 6 through the shouting the Then Sen. McClellan with youths automobiles filled began industries on It capped earlier testimony Of the committee spoke three short horn blasts was report on the economic in excess of No collected a one-third tn by the shout of look for the of 1Q57 nnn payments to isecK as a that would greatly improve and costs bv Justice Raymond lor lne rest ot 1957. mate of loss was available on an of something over in chances of our party electing a H- His But budget talk made up a acres of Democrat in the general election man D- 22, 1850 3rd St. part of the informal discover timberland held by Even more important it would be in full keeping with the spirit of Wisconsin's open primary a soldier home on was cussions assessed and as was The business leaders were Cause of the which started the Republican Party their Gust J. frankly pessimistic that any sub- near Monroe Center and Traffic Law stantial savings can be made six miles in a northeasterly OTI nnn LEO M. SCHAEFER County Agent Resigns Post Leo M. Schaefer announced it would avoid the culs of According to who is the spending has not yet been and permit all the temporarily residing a car ct Eisenhower proposed for he The which Hedlund testified that Sleeping crowded onto ers to determine our party's occupied by the other two men starting July 1. and Teamsters Union lawyer balconies and joined in the Wampold received the went to the street ln kerage fees through The their night Co. which in effect was and who had intermediary in the union's heavy patrols and chases of mortgages through on demonstrators National Mortgage Co of Seattle j 11 from tree top to tree MADISON providing with the account of Beck andi ur L Ell f JL Nelson made public a copy early this When men town roads and four fire r its hearings for luncheon Church Set A. HJ ot will nr sons convicted of certain driving lor i a. a message to State Democratic he shouted at the the meet or even exceed ianes he Men of Draft Age Partly Conditioned BALTIMORE Gen. Bottensek got out and the President's January budget him in the Theder i Retirement Benefit Bills Signed Into Law day that he is resigning as Wood is B. Hershey says there are A short time later Theder saw the car pull up in front of an east side He stepped to MADISON passed by The as told by A MJ was that the Teamsters Union ad- rOT Damage in the town of Grant offenses after their drivers which burned over an 820- censes have been revoked moved acre was unofficially one step of passage in the worth of They were Plans for the proposed new ed at over Senate Thursday held by Beck and Hedlund for 6 Methodist church approved George manager of hv Sen to 7 months during which the this week by the building fnr i lie Wda ill LI t rations Mc and calls wero bv about will be submitted for final that despite all the sentences from 2 They then approval by the board at a and experimental JUI L. V. sold to the Leheney meeting scheduled for 7.30 p.m. May 17 at the present Beck Committees who made on specifications for are Sales Tax Isn't Senator Tells GOP Meet ture at D. C. Selective Service program the officer arrived on County agent here since July Baltimore Armed Services scene and took all three into One permits State Sen. Frank E. Panzer Schaefer will become an speaking at the ing session here this morning of officer in the the biennial convention of the Stabilization Soilage until this afternoon and Saeger ported the put a in committing a Ul- Federation of Division of the Department He said 1.400.000 of these were j until Saturday to pay their Another authorizes the Board of back into production soon as to stop and aid ft itt on iji accidents death or in- tu a Invested Funds jury or serious property said Beck led other architect Donn at a expressed doubt that sales would be passed by the Legislature this By noon 135 delegates tlon at a meeting this morning had registered at the convention of the county's agricultural headquarters at Hotel Federation will conclude its con- Prior to coming to Wood vention he served as Juneau County agent who is president pro 3'i 4-H Club agent in tern of the State indicated i Portage County for that if the sales tax should pass cultural teacher at Abbotsford the Legislature and if Gov. School for one and in non W. Thomson should veto the 'the Army for five years during it is unlikely that World War votes could be lined up to A 1941 graduate of the on the sections of the new Committee of the National Milwaukee retirement system to control drivers licenses have been ad undor provisions of the fed. of the revoked would be sent to jail fi m men in Justice Flynn gave Bottensek old age and survivors has not been completed Kilp re- use nve -nd ultimately said to the fund apm oval by tlv official lor the to Boi k bo on may be and face 30-day jail They j Trustees of the Wisconsin Schaefer submitted his x c Pi for occasional pleaded no contest to the Fund to establish additional practice in matrimonial con- derly conduct while forms of annuities in connection der pleaded death and Park Men Oppose Water Diversion ride the governor's ty of Schacler Mrs. Robert A. granted a four months leave ofi Federation absence last fall to attend the ed over this morning's session versity and do research work on which included a number of panel alfalfa program for discussions and reports of the Having completed work toward a master's in agricultural extension he will be awarded that gree from the university next Ensembles in State Contest Saturday Fifty musical units from the Tri-Cities will be entered in the state solo and ensemble contest at Madison Parent Liability Returned to Assembly MADISON The Wisconsin Senate concurred today in an sembly that would make ents liable for the willful damages to property by minor As passed by the Assembly the would have permitted tion of damages up to The Senate amended There are 22 entries from increase the damages to and made it discretionary with a judge whether the damages should be The Assembly now must act on these The was coin 14 from tion High five from John Edwards High Port and nine from Alexander High All were previously awarded introduced by Assemblyman first ratings at district Fricker and ensemble contests The Wood park meeting Thursday at lhe on record in automobile Kennedy to prove financial bility following an accident restrictions of a 1U drivers and involvement returned the ot tne official Mini to the to the Milton of the are in a accident while ing an drivers 11 moved tu one in opposition to applications bv two potato a ol ing firms to divert water from Buena Vista Creek for ot Acars to purposes crews of fiw A Mini- Dist. Morann L. by Gov who met with the 19" was taken on a hill Headline Writers Targets of Libel Measure tc be presented to the at its Mav MADISON The fnr the a hill i i i 1 as a would tighten up the linel arid of The laws newspaper hial Another by a vote and was editorials by excluding m II teachers to take Assembly nd hy Buena Vista Creek is a trout stream which starts in the town of Buena Portage and flows westward to the sin River in Wood Lake and Lake are backwaters of the creek mission will conduct hearings in i Stevens Point May 21 on to the Rescue 16 Navy Men From Stricken Plane Calif. BPW OFFICERS Violette new president of the Business Women's receives the gavel from Miss Matilda outgoing as Mrs. Estella past president and installing looks Other club officers installed day evening Miss Mabel Wiley and Mrs. Esther first and vice Mrs. Audrey Harden and Miss Lillian recording and corresponding and Miss Lucille Story on Page S. Staff them from the i- would the I e- sum ol a later punted correction Coum il m ike a or retraction and provisions chairman lhe which tin state from 1 rules committee which introduced into newsmen The has hern 01- The Pubic Service Com men aboard a huge tonals aro nis some in lhe int i i om Wmd boat WOre rescued is the of case ot the re we assume and lution It would direct that the plane flopped into San tho 1S truo oi the report be made to the uons ny Alois MIKUS tnc UK TI ac. he said lature A now in tne Senate v ould the use water from the creek for counted responsibility lor editorials than for news Inheritance Tax The Assembly refused to ray Produce Co for authority to use water from the crook for gating a total of 220 acres of WISCONSIN WEATHER ASK REVIEW Partly cloudy mostly cloudy 50'jth with showers ending from wire services or written southeast continued tne papers own staff under to kill a raising ihe exemption cool Saturday partly cloudy ncan Club of suburban and warmer west and north in after- pressure of deadlines for inheritance tax purposes from nicht voted to ask the Low high law Rives a newspaper Ihe present to YT -i north i i c U. S Senate to reconsider the a week in which to make a life insurance The censure of the Sen. Joseph facts u preceding 4am: Max. 61; 39. McCarthy o. nr retraction Cons Is to the this as a defense in Page U
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