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Bismarck Tribune (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Bismarck, North Dakota Or a North Dakota s old tit newspaper \ c. K \ i s.4. Bismarck Tribune & established 1878 Bismarck North Dakota saturday july 18,1986 the weather Birtty Cloudy tonight and sunday somewhat cooler. Price five cents & Tugwell amplifies drouth Relief plan former Mem for Tom Brown a gang Bolton says May escape prosecution due to fact crime is now outlawed is immediately suspended Peifer s counsel say he will Hook Bolton with Chicago a massacre St. Paul july 18." or. A. I 1 new York so very i up to Plains girl j new York july 18. Fl3 Erma Young Brown haired smiling daughter of the Montana Plains came to new York for the first time saturday took one look at the tall buildings outside grand Central terminal and gasped of it s so very the 21-year-old Gray eyed Clear skinned girl is the guest of the panhellenic House association for a week s tour of the nation s Metropolis. She won the trip and a $100 Cash prize in a National essay contest on Why i should see new the 2,000-mile journey from Choteau mont., was her first venture East of the Dakotas. Income tax repeal has no effect on payments for 35 attorney general and Levy chief Rule assessment must be paid repeal of the state income tax Law does not relieve taxpayers from any part of the tax assessed on the basis of their 1935 income it was held saturday in a joint opinion from the offices of the attorney general and state tax commissioner. Affected by the opinion Are the third and fourth quarterly payments of the tax which had not been paid at the time the new stepped up income tax was Defeated in the june election. Attorney general p. O. Sathre in concurrence with the state tax com missioner ruled that any income tax assessed or assessable under chapter 271 of the 1935 session Laws is due and payable and the tax commissioner May take such action As he deems necessary toward collections. Had no effect the Amo of of the income tax payable in the year 1935 was fixed and assessed against the income tax payers on the basis of their 1935 in comes while the 1935 Laws were in effect and therefore the opinion declared the repeal of the Law by referendum does not relieve such tax payers from any part of the As the legislature will meet before returns must again be filed and at that time probably reenact the in come tax Law no opinion is advanced As to the status of the income tax Law for the year 1937 and subsequent years the opinion pointed out. Passed in 1935 declaring the income tax Law passed by the 1935 legislature became opera Tive March 12, 1935, and was repealed by a referendum vote june 34, 1936, the opinion stated. Chapter 284, Laws of 1931, provides that the tax appearing on the face of the return shall be paid at the time the report is filed. The taxpayer shall attach to his report his remit Tance for the amount of tax due As computed by him provided that the payments May be made in quarterly the reports filed in 1936 Are for the year 1935 and the taxes Are due and payable according to the rates in Force when the returns were filed or should be filed and the tax earthquake destroys Tuque res Colombia new York july 18.uph-details of a disastrous earthquake which virtually destroyed Tuque res colom Bia late Friday leaving thousands homeless were anxiously awaited Here s a t u r d a y. C o m m u n i c a t i o n f a i l e d shortly after the Shock and had not been restored Early saturday. Firefighter fails off truck fractures leg Oakes n. D., july 18. 7p in route to fight a Prairie fire near Here a. Charpentier fell from a truck and suffered a compound fracture of the left leg Rilday. The Blaze believed started by children was extinguished after burning Over about 10 acres. Red hot golfer Burns Fleet of warships rushed to Morocco to Stem rebel Jon government takes drastic Steps to quell Spanish army revolt report fighting in Spain Ramon Franco rumoured arrested As Leader of widespread uprising Rabat French Morocco july 18. Of rebellion troops reports from a reliable source said Satur Day night held a most Complete Mastery of Spanish Morocco. Copyright 1938, associated press Madrid july 18.the government announced saturday night that a Fleet of warships was in route to Spanish Morocco to crush the wide spread army revolt that broke out there Early saturday. Air planes had already been called into action to blast the rebels with bombs and in Spain a number of generals and officers had been arrested As leaders of the uprising. Throughout the evening the government maintained that the revolt had been broken and asserted de spite rumours to the contrary that the Mainland had not been affected. Take Radical Steps nevertheless a communique acknowledged that it had been forced to take Radical and urgent measures in the from French Border Points came reports of fighting in various Span ish cities and at henday it was re Mored that All garrisons in Andalusia had risen. At Casablanca French Morocco it was reported virtually every Garrison in the Spanish zone was affected and from Tangier came word but with out any other confirmation that the rebellion appeared to have been successful another report said nine were killed in Mel Lila. Madrid itself and As far As could be Learned the rest of the country was Calm but tense. Everywhere there continued on Page three 9 killed in car at Railroad crossing Auto dragged 75 feet to trestle then dumped 30 feet into River Dundee mich., july 18. � nine persons were killed when the Auto Mobile in which they were in route to their Homes in Pennsylvania after a visit Here was struck by an Ann Arbor Railroad passenger locomotive and hurled into the Raisin River 8at urday morning. The victims were identified As or. And mrs. Harry schuster and their daughters Vina 19, Anna 13, and Sandrof Jean 6 months old and or. And mrs. Sam Plano and their daughters Betty 9, and Mary 6. The car a Large four door Sedan was struck at the crossing and dragged about 75 feet to a narrow trestle where it smashed into a girder and fell into the River. The bodies of the nine victims fell 30 feet from the Bridge into shallow water of the Stream. The northbound train operating Between Toledo and Ann Arbor smashed into the car at High Speed witnesses said. The crossing is guarded by signal lights but the View to the South is obscured by buildings. Officers were obliged to use Row boats to retrieve the bodies. The bodies were badly mangled. Members of the train Crew said the train was travelling about 45 nil Law an hour when the crash occurred. Grenz rites held Temvik n. D., july 18funeral senders were held Here thursday for Gottlieb Grenz sr., former Soldier in the russian army and resident in this area since 1886, who died Mon Day of diabetes. Rev. F. J. Doyen of Linton officiated. Up country e. C. Bern of Bismarck May burned up the Bismarck Gou course literally and not metaphorically speaking. Playing a round with Jamee p. Curran Bern paused at the fourth tee to Light a Claret. The wind blew the flame bade on his fing ers. He dropped the match. The tinder like Prairie grass flamed and with the temperature stand ing at 104 Curran and Bern turned firefighters As the High wind whipped the fire through a Coulee at that Point. By the time the Bismarck fire department arrived the golfers had their conflagration extinguished Bern explained to chief Ryder Hamro that his off the club course fourth tee caused the Blase. But outran insisted the fire waa deliberately set in order to Burn off a Batch of Tumbleweed that lately had become the favorite resting place of numerous Bells. Tom Oveary course pro fur ther Imph rated the to Tiffit by declaring neither Bern nor Curran were so hot As golfers but that the course was a hot one. Karo then asserted that the Hilt Day was aether to the hot end that if he etude Mound much longer listening to to Golf Eta he might get hot under Collar Flo he the Iofi ii tors Back to the leaving the a Ctet Ore in a Only Hope offered for Cool weather temperatures hug cent u r y Mark with some sections obtaining Relief Hope for cooler week end weather was about All forecaster o. W. Rob erts could offer Bismarck and the Vicinity saturday As the Mercury again climbed rapidly from Comfort Able Early morning temperatures to the Century Mark at 2 30 p. M. Napoleon waa again the hottest weather Point in the state during the past 34 hours. The Mercury registered 100 degrees there Liday. It waa 107 at Wishek and 106 at Drake while three Points reported tempera Tures below one Hundred. They were Fargo 96 Hankinson 98, and Lis Bon 99 degrees. There was no rain in the report. Heat wave ended says Lloyd maybe so Chicago july 18. Let heat wave which for the past 15 Days has caused deaths to thousands and drouth damage amounting to hundreds of millions of dollars was announced As ended saturday in Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota and probably North Dakota by weather forecaster j. R. Lloyd. Seasonable temperatures will prevail in those states for the next three or four Days at least the meteorologist said. In addition Rains and Cooling breezes will bring Relief Over the week end to most of the other states in the Western and North Central drouth area with the exception of South Dakota Nebraska and Kansas he said. The Federal weather office Satur Day forecast partly Cloudy weather saturday and sunday and somewhat cooler in the West and South sunday. Crops ruined rapidly observer Roberta reported crops of All kinds deteriorated rapidly Dur ing the week. Corn which was pretty Good a week ago is in much worse condition in Many sections of the state today he said. Widespread Rains and Cooling breezes brought a definite and Wel continued on Page Tiree As plane plunges ii motor trouble and inability to Landing spot Are blamed fair Oaks ind., july 18.vp motor trouble and inability to find a suitable Landing Field were Given sat urday by sheriff Vern Michal As probable cause of a flaming plane crash which killed William g. Lea Mon 41, believed to be a mining company official of Chicago and Ana Conda mont., and mrs. B. M. Mussel Man also of Anaconda. The ship plunged into an Oats Field near Here Friday night after the Pilot had dropped a flare apparently seek ing level ground for a Landing. Coroner w. J. Wright said he found three unused flares in the wreckage and declared the plane evidently fell so suddenly that Lemon had no Chance to drop them. Bore Anaconda insignia the plane bore the insignia two mining corporation Anaconda mrs. Musselman s husband said at Moose Lake mont., that his wife and Leamon accompanied by Leamon s two sons flew to Chicago last sunday from Butte mont., in the Pilot s Pri vate plane supposedly the one which figured in the tragedy. Musselman said his wife went on to new York but waa to have returned to Chicago and then by plane with Leamon Friday night to Anaconda. Sens net located at a Chicago hotel employees said Leamon waa registered there july 12 and that while there Wea no Check out record they believed he left wednesday or thursday. They did not know the whereabouts of his sons. Wms pith in the tangled remains of the fuselage. Pieces of the plane was strewn Over a radius of several Hundred feet. The motor was 100 Yards from the main pile of debris. John Klahn a spa worker of fair Oaka Bald be saw the plane circling about a mile and a half East of Here. Suddenly there waa a Hunt of flame and it looked like the motor dropped out he related. The plane caught afire and dived with a crash Dollar doors dewy 100,000 to gop fund Chicago july 18.- v-0. B. Good need treasurer of the Republican National committee anon mod Satur Day that reel Pat from the party s certificates had the 1100,000 Mark. Goodspeed 1mb predicted the Taii Bow to his b3p % Walker May file As candidate for govern fits Char Veteran leaguer dissatisfied w i t h w a r r i n g g r o u p uses move As threat r. H. Walker Veteran leaguer announced saturday he would be a candidate for governor in the november election unless the two warring factions of the nonpartisan league unite in support of a single state ticket. Walker prominent in affairs of the eague for Many years is a member of the workmen a compensation Bureau. He is a former Deputy u. 8. Marshal and waa a member of the state House of representatives from 1919 to 1923. Declaring that neither of the factions headed by gov. Walter Welford and former gov. William Langer has taken any Steps to unite the divided league behind a single set of Candi dates and against their common and ancient political enemies Walker said he therefore decided to become a candidate for governor. May mean for candidates with his action possibility waa seen that four candidates would be seek ing election to the office of governor in the fall Campaign. In the june election Welford won the Republican nomination John Moses of Hazen the democratic nomination and Langer Defeated by a slim margin for the Republican nomination la considered a Prospect to re run. In making his announcement Walker said that since the primary election ended in a tie and deadlock Between the two nonpartisan motion each of which claims to be the non partisan league. I wrote to each member of the groups executive committees strenuously urging that a conference be held and Steps be taken at once to unite the divided in writing this letter the Only Pur pose i had in mind waa the Salva Tion of the league. I alone rely hoped that the suggested conference would be held or other action taken to re unite the league. Brought no action this is the profound wish of the rank and file in All factions of the organization Walker said. The committees however have done nothing in this direction so far a i have Learned and i have therefore decided to become a candidate for he asserted that if a conference is held and All fact Kama of the league join in support of a candidate for governor satisfactory to them he would give his whole hearted sup port and would not then be a Candi Date. Both factions have been at fault to a certain degree and i think that should be freely acknowledged and an Effort should be made to work out a program upon which All can unite Walker stated. If we can do this there is no political element in North Dakota that can prevail against he said he Felt if the conference were held differences could be com posed a new set of by Laws adopted if need be present committees could tender their resignations and a new committee be selected representative of progressive forces without refer ence to factions. Approve Rosen Block for Post office site notice that the government Haa approved the Rosen garage building at main Avenue and eighth 8t., a a temporary Post office was received Here piday by postmaster Chirst Bertsch. This waa the final formality Inci Dent to the work of starting preparation of the Structure to House the Bis Marck Posto Floe while the present Post office building la being remodeler and enlarged. Contractor j. W. Guthrie la expected to begin work on the garage build ing at once and la required to have it ready for occupancy within 30 Days. On this bad the poet office will be relocated and work begun on the addition by late August. Colby named chief of Fargo division of no St. Paul july 18. A to tanager of d. 8. Colby assistant superintendent of the Idaho division of the Northern Pacific railway to the Supert Nten Dency of the Fargo division of the Road waa Anno mood by the Reed s business office Here saturday. Colby Suco oeds red Brastrup who has been transferred to the Sperl tendency of the Idaho at Spokane to fill the vacancy earn by the death of j. H. Johnson for Mer superintendent. changes effective july 16. Making Nemo Hebron. H. Of 8telter, has a Crew of Nta a v f or a i v or to Survey chances of irrigating lands expresses interest in making use of Long stretch of Missouri River declines to expand plans a to concentrate for present on emergency Relief for Man and beast / rapid City 8. D., july 18. Of studies looking to plans for Small irrigation works As part of a Rural re habilitation program in seven North Central states. Including the drouth areas were announced saturday by Rexford Tugwell head of the resettle ment administration following a con Ference with regional and state of of locals. Tugwell ordered that two irrigation engineers be assigned immediately to investigate the posse Billies of develop ing irrigation in North and South Dakota Nebraska Kansas Colorado Wyoming and Montana after viewing nearly 500 Miles of the drouth areas in Central and Western North and South Dakota. Coming Here from Pierre he met with a group of resettlement officials to discuss plans to extend immediate Aid to thousands of destitute Farmers in South Dakota and Eastern Wyom ing affected by the drouth. He will leave for Bel Lafourche by automobile late saturday and tentatively planned to investigate conditions in Eastern Wyoming and Montana before in turning to Washington. Notes Universal need a Survey will be undertaken a to use of available water Supply at once Tugwell said. On every hand throughout the parched area we have traversed this need was Tugwell declined to enlarge on what definite irrigation program he had in mind although in passing through the Missouri River area Fri Day he expressed interest in irrigation possibilities in that Region. Appointment of the irrigation Engi neers will come from Cal Ward re settlement director of Region 7, com prising the Dakotas Nebraska and Kansas and e. A. Starch director of Region 10, comprising Montana Wyoming and Colorado Tugwell stated. The emergency is the present pro Gram of the resettlement administration Tugwell said. Concentrates on Relief subsistence needs of farm families the making available of sufficient funds for livestock feed and the marketing and Purchase of surplus live Stock is the work that resettlement Field forces must concentrate on to Aid the drouth stricken area he said. Gov. Tom Berry Here for the con Ference expressed gratification that the Federal Relief program would be in full awing by monday a promised by Tugwell. I am confident that there will to no downright suffering because the resettlement and works Progress administrations Are moving swiftly to meet the emergency Berry said. Washbum Farmers harvesting wheat one Bushel per acre will be bumper yield on Albert. Buehler farm special to the Trivane Washburn n. D., july 18.North� East of Washburn in the heat of a mid Day Sun two Hardy Mclean county Farmers Albert Buehler and Henry Eichhorst Are busily Harvest ing the Buehler wheat crop. We want you to let those main Tosh county Fellows know they have nothing on us said Buehler. To waa referring to a recent news item in the Bismarck Tribune in which it had been reported that someone in the neighbourhood of Ashley waa har vesting a two or three Bushel crop. In 16 years he continued i be never failed to Cut my Grain Al though at times it was a Cash crop in name Only. This year i am head ing about 90 acres out of 180. This v stuff we Are cutting will yield about one Bushel per Henry Eichhorst who farms one and one half Miles South of Falkirk. Also intends to Harvest about 70 Acree of wheat. He too has never missed a a seed crop. No doubt there Are a few other Farmers in this Vicinity who will glean a few loads of grata this year from their busts esd a Jyh. Among others who expect to Grain Are c. & Martin Hultberg who Espeset to Cut acres of durum on the which should yield two or bushels per acre. -5 v l her Vest and we about9 Olson is recovering. Rapidly in Rochester wee Hirtler. Maji cd lived of nausea Olnee ska his operation . Remove ring rapidly a foots of Tass ii a his Stoe Taah to pc a a pm do

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