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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - March 5, 1964, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin c Yew Tribune iy 5 Storm Lashes Part of State Hoffa Planning Appeal of Conviction CHATTANOOGA Tenn AP James R Koffa j dent of the nation's largest labor union stared in disbelief Wednesday when he heard himself declared guilty of trying to rig a federal court jury It was his first conviction in four trials We will Hoffa told Newsmen His lawyers said motions for a new trial would be filed with U.S DisL Judge Frank Wilson within five days The conviction could mean 10 value to a Nashville bar ator if he would try to contact COMFORTING Lillian Sousie gives a jhand her husband as the walck the Mies eight their and a Into at iaw the ame the BTM the children Primary Tuesday Court Candidates Hold Varying Views MILWAUKEE AP Three j one of the state's best known attorneys with sharply j jurists in a primary field of divergent opinions on the j five then was defeated by ers and policies of the judiciary fuss in the April election put their cases in the hands i Boyle last to enter the con- of the people next Tuesday in i test moved to Beaver Dam last the primary for Supreme Court j year after practicing law in waukee for more than a decade In 1956 he was defeated Sen Alexander Wiley in the lican primary for the Senatorial nomination and in 1937 was de- Schools in Southeastern Area Closed by Foot of New Snow By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A fast-moving storm packing winds and blinding snow lashed parts j of southeastern Wisconsin Wednesday night dumping up to 14 inches of snow and j bringing activity virtually to a halt j The storm producing the heaviest snowfall since Feb 18 1962 moved into the I southern Jip of Wisconsin late at night as rain and sleet and turned to blinding snow 1 near Racine Counties near Lake Michigan took the brunt of the wish the cities of recoiling j 14 inches 13 and Milwaukee 9 General Mitchell Field al ceased operation at ]2 today and crews 2 the airstrips this j ing I closings were almost 100 per cent in Milwaukee i j kesha Sheboygan Jefferson Racine Kenosha j Ozaukee and Walworth counties The University of Milwaukee and Uni- versity also Roads Impassable j Highways in those same i ties were generally im- Ruling j ii SIC JU V t I years in prison and a members of the 1962 fine for Hoffa head of the j businessmen were olas J of j i Not Set and Allen Dorfman of j The judge has set no date tor Chicago passing x sentence I 1 The verdict brought i lations to the prosecutors from County Democrats to Gen Robert F u r-L j accused of 1 ear Chairman I ing a vendetta against him Hanson Mellen state Kennedy once called a Democratic chairman will ad- JL? i dress a meeting of the Wood asked for his reaction to tae i diet Pressed by Washington Democratic party at newsmen for a statement he i Eagles Club here Saturday live They were on hand to officially launch the Annual would sav only that it was in j Easter Seal campaign In background arc Bob Hope the hands of the and the i The meeting opening at 3 p.m left National faster Seal chairman and J P W Brown of j highways south of a line has spoken Iw De preceded by a potluck 1 Chattanooga Tenn president ef the National Society for j crippled Children and Adults WHITE HOUSE National Easter Seal twins Ronnie and Dannie from Coal Creek abandoned their crotches in the President's White House office to perform head stands for the chief Auburndale Out Of Tourney Play Auburndale has been eliminated from the had im- tournament field for alleged use of an ineligible proved slightly Motorists were player warned to use their cars only j John Roberts executive of the Wisconsin in emergencies j interscholastic Athletic Association notified dale school authorities this morning that the Apaches were re- be preceded Hoffa told newsmen that de- j at 7 what you think he has no f intention of relinquishing the j of the Teamsters an j independent union with 1.7 j lion members I rest assured of one thing he said that the will be behind Hoffa in the fight all the way Initial reaction from bers of Hoffa's home local in Detroit was unanimously in his favor Faces Another Trial Type III Oral Polio Vaccine Will Be Administered in County Sunday ning from Prairie du j Robert L Hubert Auburndale superintendent said Hoffa 51 who is scheduled to 4 p.m March 8 Thousands of Wood County residents will obtain complete protection from polio this day The third in the series of Oral Sundays clinics will be held from 10 to go on trial April 27 in Chicago on charges of misusing in union pension funds be- j came president of the sters after his predecessor Dave Beck went to prison income tax fraud Hoffa's bond was raised from The candidates are Justice Horace Wilkie of Madison ing his first full term on the high Superior attorney Harry E Larsen and Howard H Boyle Jr a Beaver Dam j when he an lawyer The two number of votes will meet in the April 7 election for a term on the state's highest bench with its annual salary of Qualifications The Wilkie was a pendent in the special election polling the largest j after the death of Sen Joseph R McCarthy He polled about votes in each campaign Program Campaigning for a term in his own right developed and supported a to by Wilson Smaller bonds were required of three men convicted with him of attempting to bribe the jury that heard Hoffa's 1962 con- trial at Nashville That trial ended when the jury could not agree on a verdict The jury found Type HI Sabin oral polio vaccine will be available Types I and II were distributed at climes held in December and Advance registration is again requested with slips available at most drug stores banks supermarkets and at physicians offices In addition immunization cards handed out at earlier clinics should be brought along Clinic sites Lincoln YMCA Community Center in Port Pittsville Elementary and the More than 30.000 persons attended the first clinic and this number increased to nearly 35.000 in January For the benefit of those who missed part of 1 Hoffa Larry Campbell of j the series a makeup clinic will be held in April Detroit and Thomas E Parks officials stressed however that although all three types of be available then only one type will be administered to any in- dividual Even those who missed both of the first two clinics may still take advantage of most of the program pointed out Dr A W Hulme of the program They may take Type III this Sunday one of the other two types at the makeup clinic in April then com- plete the series later by getting the final dose of vaccine from their family physician The vaccine is administered on a sugar cube except in the cases of infants or diabetics who may receive it from a dropper Babies over age of six weeks may be brought to the clinics The cost of the vaccine remains the Twenty-five cents per individual or per family Co-sponsors of the clinics are the Wood County Medical Society and the Rapids and Marshfield Jaycees through Wisconsin Dells to would p.m inette are snow packed and i Friday for thc sub-regional Numerous were re- in the Journey at Auburndale ported due to drifting snow and i The secretary said he stalled cars and trucks The j took the action Ralph j strong winds also felled power j Bores a member of the lines and trees dale team played with an Til The storm followed a fine line team Sunday up through southeastern Had Auburndale which lice officer today quoted Jack Other dentil 7 mention in the as saying within minutes e rr R Little 16 final ratings defeated after shooting Lee Harvey mches Madison 5 Green Bay Tuesday night for wald that I intended to shoot 8 sin and while Milwaukee ed 9 inches Racine had but 4 Officer Says Ruby Planned DALLAS Tex jits consecutive victory and 15th in 18 games him three times D R Archer testified at the 2 Appleton 3 Oshkosh 3 While Fond du Lac on one end of Lake Winnebago was gun in hand-in the basement on uie ena re- team B engaged n that rf headquarters Roberts said a rule for- j Ruby's trial that the a player from participating j defendant canie at ported little snow and business j Auburndale was favored to win the sub-regional tourney and ad- as usual Precipitation Needed Not all effects of the storm jvance to regional play Saturday were bad It brought much at Nekoosa The Apaches needed precipitation the area Mickey Vandehey averaging which was nearing 40 points a game is conditi s from the lack of one of the state's most moisture this winter i Pavers rie scored 63 Wind velocities during in a game against Athens night averaged between 30 and 40 miles an hour in the storm area wish the peak gust of 54 occurring at 2 A cold front passed through the Milwaukee of Nashville sought to offer i to the son of a juror in j the i 2 Hoffa and Ewing King for- j mer Nashville Teamsters i dent tried to influence another juror fay offering to help her i husband get a promotion on the j it A Tennessee Highway Patrol flit Campbell a Teamsters agent at Detroit Parks Rev Abts h Tornadoes Kill Eleven New Chaplain Ti viu v Democrat before he ftr of the and Kng face sentences of five plucked from the State numerous j years and fines of ate by then Gov Gaylord Nelson ances Ve faas j The jury of eight men and nan of me 1962 court j four women acquitted Hoffa tion program establishment of j and two businessmen on i t I charges they offered things of By The Associated Press i nado whipped through Tornadoes and other violent i see weather killed 11 persons and injured about 40 in six Southern states and appointed to a vacancy on the Supreme Court in May of 1962 Wilkie then was serving his second term in the j tare's upper house after losing j three bids for the 2nd j District post j Larsen who has had no j cal affiliation since decline of the old Progressive Party has j been prominent for years in j life but first j i reached statewide prominence I continues for 700 Turkish in the 1963 Supreme Cypriote in the torn town of He finished a strong j lis ond to Justice Bruce Beilfuss i More man 3 month Mrs Maydell Summers about 45 was killed at her field Tenn farm when a storm Turkish Living In Are Afraid to Leave at Wausau In his new Father Abts will be raised in rank from major to lieutenant colonel A veteran of 23 years with the Red Arrow POLIS Cyprus AP The Surgery Ordered For Gen MacArthur WASHINGTON Gen i and Turkish communities on Douglas MacArthur has ob- I Cyprus jaundice of unknown I They are still there Village elders mothers lathers youths and babies are huddled in the two-story building with little tbe British Royal Artillery Two hundred yards uphill on the edge of the village is the Turkish school Inside 112 families are jammed into a building where 270 pupils until recently ed classes and exploratory inal surgery will he performed Friday morning to try io de- termine the cause Walter Reed Army Hospital announced day A statement from the hospital where the warrior has been undergoing tests since Monday Diagnostic tests on Gen Arthur have been completed It has been determined that he has an obstructive jaundice of unknown origin Exploratory surgery of the abdomen will be performed on Friday morning March 6 at Walter Reed Army Hospital numbered Turkish families from Polis and nearby villages ered in a Turkish school ing safety from the undeclared j civil war between the Greek on a In the small office of the cipal schoolmaster The Greeks say come back and we will live together But we can never get along again Never at all sir The Turks say the Greeks drove them cut of their homes Without escorts by British j in a bloody battle and destroyed some houses with an armored bulldozer despite a truce The last time they tried to go into town seyen of their men were seized as hostages the teacher parent hope of returning to their homes troops we cannot move said schoolmaster j hit Cavusoglu We are i rounded said a British officer Both sides say they will not harm each other and neither believes a bloody word of it At the last crossroad inside the village is the command post of Capt Michael of over mam river crossing trans- mission lines Flood waters forced more than 100 persons from their houses in Mississippi high waves pounded the The Rev L Abts a for- j mer assistant at SS Peter Paul Catholic Church here has been named chaplain af the Division of the Wisconsin j Weather Bureau said at j cellar caved in at her house al Guard Father Abts is 1 east a dozen tornadoes were j The tornado at Pickwick de- ly pastor of Holy Name Church I spawned as warm air from the Gulf of Mexico clashed with a cold front Wednesday Torrential rains accompanied many thunderstorms and the 24-hour rainfall in western he has been assistant j exceeded five inches division since 1951 i Lightning struck a house at Lt Col Abts will now have re- I Forrest City Ark and started for all chaplains and a rire in which died An- j a cargo ship into a wharf at chaplain within the other Arkansas fatality was at- New Orleans knocking down Division He will sene J to a tornado about 15 fender pilings on the special staff of Major Two were in western Five school pupils were in- Dunian commanding f Kentucky and another perished jured at Corinth Miss a in Tennessee Damage from tornadoes was reported in Louisiana sippi and Missouri and wind damage to a lesser degree was 10 Appointments reported in northwest Georgia A woman was killed when a tornado roared down onto the Beech Creek community near Magnolia Ark Six others were ATHENS of injured Greece was given Com- Another tornado lashed today as he hovered be- em Kentucky killing two and tween life and death I injuring about 20 The twister Athens Radio announced that I hit near Hardin near Lake dipped into the tiny about 4 p.m Wednesday 1 causing a wind shift from east to north and a temperature drop of 10 degrees in one hour Blow to Community The announcement came as a blow to Auburndale Coach Rollie players and the en- I've never seen feel so bad about anything in I rny Larson said It seems too bad to last Nov 24 Ruby was muttering ligible phrases but did call the accused presidential assassin a son of a bitch Archer added After the shooting Archer said as we got him down on the floor I heard him say I hope I killed the son of a bitch Archer questioned by Dist Atty Henry M Wade said that three to five minutes later when he was inside the jail he told the defendant I think you killed him He said Archer added I intended to shoot him three times Claims Blackout Ruby on trial for his life is Southern Wisconsin had above team but normal temperatures 1 way lt Larson added dav vith nf Bores who joined the at Madison Am mid-January after temporary at Madison Racine ana JW 1 frora a broken feg suf The defense claims Ruby was at the start of the football sn a mental blackout when he season was averaging about 14 waukee Other highs included 49 at Be- loit 48 at Lone Rock and 46 at Green Bay Eau Claire's 1 Oswald and didn't points a game and was also an what he was doing I outstanding rebounder Police Officer L Graves i mght He's one of thc nicest kid I walking alongside Oswald uhen fHA was the state's low estreme At the height of the storm the Waukesha County sheriff's de- breaking any rules you'll ever find Larson said Ruby shot him said he did not and wasn't aware that he was the main switchyard j received three calls j The notified of the power house and knocked j for ambulance service from ex- and Pittsville authorities of the mothers One j forfeiture early an J 18 mile trip to a hospital but all both schools were advised to three women made it in time await final disposition of the case The approach control radar at at a meeting in the offices Mitchell Field in Milwaukee col- at today hear Ruby say he hoped wald died The other officer alongside Oswald J H fied Wednesday that Ruby said ana coast and winds jammed j onto the roof of the al of the Division jr Abts served at the local church in 1950 and 1951 going to St Joseph's parish at Stevens Point in the latter year King Paul Believed To Be Near Death i he hoped Graves testified he wrenched the from Ruby's hands after Ruby shot Oswald He corroborated Leavelle's mony that Ruby's hand was contracting apparently trying i radio station WEMP in Law s to fire shots after the one a radio in Hales low fo 5 0 that killed Oswald Graves said t Comers The station was forced cloudy v i r u off the air when a 530 foot tower i K tornado the roof from a next to the j for high school i ters threatened to nd collapsed a 465 foot radio tower Wisconsin Weather I riod 43 rain he gripped the cylinder of the pistol preventing it from firing again Scheduled tn be he jury during the day is the uim 9 a palace priest gave ion to the king the of and then world's only reigning Orthodox struck Kirksey monarch j The trouble with Polis is the trouble with this bloody said Now the only ones who forth do so under the I i of British troops j The school is not surrounded but two Greek Bren gun tions aim menacingly from a flat hill about 400 yards away Today's Chuckle One thing you can always be sure of there are more people going on diets tomorrow than are going on today j Some businesses were I aged but most of the tion was confined to homes the area The heavy rainfall in- eluded 7.7 inches at Paducah i 5.75 at in 29 years 5.25 at Owensboro and 4.17 at Louisville The Tennessee Valley LBJ Names Women to Posts WASHINGTON dent Johnson's surprise an- that he is ing 10 women to top government jobs may have been premature JK at least one case Taken by surprise one appointee said she isn't sure shell accept I can't say anything until I look into it a little Virginia Mae Brown of Pliny said Wednesday night when told the President had said he was naming her to the Inter- state Commerce Commission An appointment like that is a at a Women's National Press j Ghen the setting the dinner at which he pre- dent's affirmation was not un- sented Judge Anna M Kross i expected But his hst of 10 commissioner of corrections of was Amid applause lie New York City with the 1 reeled off first Eleanor Roosevelt Memori- Mrs Brown to be the first Award woman member of the ICC Pauline North The President also played again on what for him has be- come a recurrent theme that rector of the American Edgecomb Maine general di- he intends to strive to raise the status of women Our determination to enlist women in this administration is no sporadic election year tive the President declared ity power plant a man Dam knocked out a Johnson his surprise very high honor for a woman or tt wili be a continuing aim not because it is politic cause it it sound but be- tion of University Women to the Committee on and Cultural Affairs of the State Department Mrs Norman Chandler wife of the president of the Los An- geles Corp to be Plan to Reactivate Safety Council Here j A meeting for the purpose of reactivating and reorganizing the Wood County Safety Council will be held next Monday in the Courthouse auditorium here commencing at p m j Phil ative of the Wisconsin Counal of Safety will be present to assist in organizational efforts and show a new safety film It can Happen to which was j ed in cities throughout the state including Wisconsin Rapids with i local citizens as the actors Letters have been sent to groups inviting them to have at the meeting a member of the Advisory Com- which Is open to all interested t i persons in the area SPA PERI
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