Klippel filing station
INDIAN YOUTHS QUESTIONED ON | WILD CAR RIDE Six Boys took Car without Authority. Claim; Held by County Officers. i Six Indian youths, ranging in age ; i from 14 to 16, wore being questioned ; j today by Dist. Ally. O. A. DuBois in j ! regard to a wild automobile rick 1 ! t which onded i:i the wrecking of the.' car in a field off County Trunk "Y." i in the western purl of the county. , The boys, all rf whom are from ' the Menominee Indian reservation ! in Shawano and Oconto counties. ! were to be held here awaiting word ! from the superintendent of the res- i ervation at Neopit. j Took Candy, Cigarets. J According to information given ! the district attorney by the six! boys, who were sleepy and hungry when brought to Rhinelander by Eeputy Sheriff Elmer H. Titus, they left Keshena at midnight in a car "borrowed" from the brother-in- j law of one of the boys. i • The boys said they planned to 'go to a dance, but bought some wine instead and went "for a ride." After day broke they found themselves in Oneida county—broke and hungry. They decided t'o get some food and cigarets, and entered the Klippel filling station and store on County j Trunk "Y" to get the articles. j Dan Schloemer, of West Bend, j who was the attendant at the sta- ! tion, said the boys took candy bars and cigarets and ran out without paying for them. Calling Deputy Sheriff Titus, they trailed the boys and found their car in a field off the highway, badly damaged. Boys Not Hart. The six youths were arrested at Hazelhurst by the deputy and brought to Rhinelander for questioning, questioning, Dist. Atty. DuBois said the car was owned by a Green Bay garage, for which the brother-in-law of one of the boys is employed. The garage informed authorities that it w as sending a wrecker here to take the car back to Green Bay. The boys were not hurt when the car left the highway at a high rate of speed and plunged .across a field dotted with stumps. One of th,e stumps finally halted the car by tearing off the stearing apparatus.