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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - April 1, 1959, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin O Forty-Fifth 13.364 Wisconsin April Single Ten Cents Violent Storm Spawns Twisters In Southwest By The Associated Press Violent spring storms which struck devastating across sections of Texas and Oklahoma abated ing a toll of dead and injured and extensive property Tornadoes killed at least six persons in two communities in north central More than a hall dozen twisters which raked the two states injured 59 including 51 There were oo survivors after au Air Force tanker plane from Bergstrom Air Force Base at A ust i n. crashed and burned during a severe storm near Killeen in Mine Owner 21, Charged Southern Wisconsin Rivers Swirling Over Their Banks Accused of Strike Conspiracy Mexico Ousts Red Illegal Change Constitution The vinos which ed the north central Texas area Ky. and sections of northeast 21-year-old after flattened and damaged ing was charged with scores of damaged murder today in the slaying of a line plants and toppled 20 derricks KEOX County nonunion coal in one of the largest oil fields in State Police identified him as Belt of Bad Weather I Fred L. Gregory of Four Mile in The storms were part of a BeU They said he eral pattern of severe from Texas into parts of Smith was shot six County Jury List Is Enlarged for Trial Rain Brings I New Crests j By The Associated Press rivers John tact on 2 new in -j MEXICO CITY Mexico has ordered two Soviet the j Embassy attaches expelled from the I had a hand in the Easter weekend rail Red attaches were reported marked 10 opinion and lowlands over An official source said the second of ihe TSl h Ad if Soviet M. and a melting KITE STUNT BACKFIRES Alfonso 37. of tries to become a human kite tor a filmed tele- vision but the stunt ended in near disaster when a sent him crashing to la these lilts off the runway at San Fernando Valley airport at Sun behind a tow He wears boots nailed to two boards like water with roller skates attached to the In the crash Wooddall suffered a broken leg and two broken Nelson Angered by Rebuff of Schimenz summoned to appear ia viet satellite also were reported to jf played under of in southwestern and be In some Court at 10 a.m. Monday when have been no longer men A wave veteran or attorneys for the and the de- in There was the Uar begin picking a jury for the they were Czechoslovak or and the sach could be In some localities degree murder trial David anticipating a without of the rivers indicated that 16, Rt. 4. 3000 Under Arrest wide and Constitution second a ia J is accused of fatally The strike fizzled Monday after walkouts by other un- ings to amend the Constitution the his Bonnie Ann. the government had up ordered the widespread ar- as to authorize such Most troublesome the western southeastern Kansas and western ln Heavy hail had no consent strong triads lashed the Other lien Sought The Texas hit State Police said they are est at the small towns Vaughan seeking a United Mine Workers and 10 miles east. Three official and five other men for persons died and 20 others questioning in the Public injured in the wreckage of their Safety Commissioner Don homes in Two persons said the not labeled today as partisan the Senates wa- persons tion of Smiths ua JU was h contact with injuries when a twister The 42-year-old operator was lection of his appointment of Milwaukee Alderman Matted before Circuit Judge Herbert leftist rail f the of Nov. l when she an estimated 3.000 union threatened to tell her parents that leaders and The he had been intimate with her ment said it had evidence earlier in the strike was a Communist i Tne youth was bound over Workers flocked to their jobs Circuit for trial after Tuesday and officials said 140; nile court waived jurisdiction Dec. trams back oa the 29. He had previously undergone of the said more than a month had bcen coerced into striking would be and Kickapoo At On the MADISON Democratic Gov. Gaylord Nelson too as partisan the Senate's vehicle into a field 100 Smith's companion was un- I harmed but was taken into A freak striking He was not after the main storm line left whipped into east was trying to avoid the and roofed one been harassing him for two Other tornadoes struck to sign a son in east Texas and The has been on strike in Bay on the The counties since March 9 to Assembly OKs Open Meeting Rule in State the governor said in a Official sources said the i new Jurors selected are the two Soviet officials On an straight party which Mexico line the M term r senate rejected the nomination 13-14. Draw 12 from City Republican Wisconsin Rapids residents Appoint Union Officials After the a n an opinion agreed to list include George is a tot 1st SL P Gladewater both j Wives Join Strikers was killed in the 1957 place in their The small community of wives were among 1 Jo J U Tanker Plane Crash Kills 4 who tried to halt activity Favor Park Purchase I at the Asalo Coal Co. and at The Assembly also gave quick Coal Co. State police broke preliminary approval to a IUD both which would authorize the state se UMW officials charged that one to purchase Blue t to this con- vroman was struck by a state Mound Park for The K j Sheriff Paul Stamper said that state after Smith and his companion has i the nit they were accosted bv aark Tex. men with onn C A 820 St. ana cent boost granted earlier BOV TO 1TED Christine the T on the National and her Howard J. Knox of the bulk of Mexico's sit in Municipal Building in Xew York after applying for a and They were turned dmm but only because n. branded Knox could not produce a copy of an Illinois divorce decree that illegal and ordered ended a previous Both listed their age as 33. 'the level was the highest since 1931. The stream was out its banks asc across Highway 131 and i Viola Is Isolated I Some streets in Soldiers Grova under water and it was to reach the city of Viola by tway 155 near Viola were under 12 ol More than 3 inches of rain had fallen at Mineral Point on the River in the last 24 And in the same period 20 per cent of the snow 'er had melted and coured into 'the i The River at in southwestern Wisconsin flooded one block cf the Main business section wUh 3 i inches of ied at 4 once again to also ia of of on a The Traffic reported 19 between under -i feet of wa- Highway 57 west of Port was flooded by 3 feet has been the The sole noa Melvin of Frank and Harold j Others include Donald Tne killing the crew of marched Smith The jet was en body was discovered about a routine training flight from hour Bergstrom Air Force base at Tex. Tne base listed the crewmen Democrats 1st Lt. 25. Ban Tex. ts authors by Smith's The one of a EC- Local Firm to Attack Withholding Tax an ries of water bills being tO MADISON Assembly Republicans today at- state 1. Oscar Wunrow and I August Rt. 2. Mrs. i Thomas mar Rt. 2. vin Rt. 1. Tr Af Martin Raab and Robert s. r Ora Rice The Rapids Distributing Rt. I. Democratic Gov. Gaylord Nelsons plan for aad Enin Ryczek 1621 5th wfj move Arthur G. Rt. withholding tax by saying taxpayers would have to pay from its present location to Bernard SI local governments would re- 1 Names in the near and Mrs. Alvin Speaker George Molinaro Ken 50IJ- Maj. Le 4i. A meeting of the 7th District Keith Hardie of tK said ita Tex. party be held at to the state move is made to Philip De 2 p.m. Sunday at the Legion Hail commission to succeed Paul a better location and more 25. J. .in Stevens according to an fce who abie facilities for the z T. Sgt. Herman Allison announcement today by Mrs. Hardie is the third Assembly wholesale distributor Fla. Ethel chairman of the Democrat named to the products and chain An Air Force officer said district party sion this Tfse has cations were the plane came apart Principal speaker at the meeting The Assembly voted to 44 to property of the Laszewski The US before it hit the impact be Sen. Robert who reconsider last action pointed out that the jet en- represents the 29th district it advanced the and gines were only damaged ing Marathon a they hit the ties in the Stat The officer said the pilot discuss only three minutes before ihe Also expected crash that was ail meeting are a cratic Ar- An slate of The in age plane Once tie most serious immediate threat was by the Pecatonica The stream been at stage the last 10 i This the river at was 14 S flood stage ss 12 and the water v. as st the rate of several an Traffic o- way 23 and SI continued ta I Six at the was 12.1 end 01 marine Dispute Arises i charge was promptly labeled completely fraudulent of the jn a statement issued by the The Republicans in statement issued at the M GOP fair a of would i A which would put a to be extracted from the system of collecting payers of sonal and corporate income taxes claims False effect sometime this year has there water oa Highway 151 Q Further to the the -a as It was nsss 2 24 hours aM is ex- to Thursday or Meade Alcora today as Ice cut of the man of the Portage Tuesday asd effective when the the river vras expected to rise committee picks a next Tha 5 Weather said thai eta n I Firm Gets for Adams feei The site of the crash is the 10 miles southwest of the central Texas ot Two Men In Court on Tipsy Driving Charges Charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of Edward A. 55. Rt. 2, changed his plea from not no cosiest in Justice bans as long as 100.000 vears ago i Inheritance Theory Not Being Ignored by Cancer Researchers By JOHN BARBOUR f cancer seera to strike so EXCELSIOR Mo. fAPs The seeds of may lurk in your body an I i. a notary Is for oct 2-Year jce for Get Wage Boosts ris r of West the planes wiU be most efficient altitude carrying cargo over relatively short runs between 20.000 winds and he A guarded the Union carpenters in the emetics s- Brocks lax tc I but did we do rot get 73 in so-called the speed-up a cf sis ei a the U S. cr's statement base is driver's license was revoked start for one ponce made As seeds perhaps the arrest Friday in ae town of to generation they may have Grand a sudden and charged driving chance hit cf an infected These sleeping somehow able to post He was ar- rested Tuesday in the of j hitchhike a ride through the lowing Seneca by the sheruts ihe genes of the a few generations of ine passed along with But he feels the theory The dispute came into the ope the United and the traded protests over year from Tne hourly base man 731 4tn a U.S. Air Force rate of union prior to has been assigned to Great West Berlin last the K for The spokesman also Shirley Ann of Dr. Gross has succeeded in M- is the target of the The turbojet flying reported that negotiations with the Mr. and Mrs Emil K. Rt. 2. Dr. Gross The at its normal altitude of bricklayers and laborers unions enlisted in the Waves and re- may be the nest buzzed by are to get underlay Soviet training at Ma. Local facts for Henry's contract covers con- ruction of a road leading to tae and the m radar equipment win be ed Construction an for Nov. 30.
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