David T Kohler missing 3

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David T Kohler missing 3 - Mary's hospital on Friday, AUK- 22 . Pelican...
Mary's hospital on Friday, AUK- 22 . Pelican Women—The Pelican Woman's Woman's club will meet Wednesday afternoon afternoon at the home of Mrs. AMola Petta, with Mrs. 13d Carlson as associate associate hostess. Football Alerting—All city football football players and prospective players will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the .•omrnunity rooms of the Merchants State bank building;. REQUESTS AID COUN1YTO' LOCATE CHILD Rhinelander Woman Asks Police Police to Aid Serach for Son. Fearing that her son David, 12 years of age, has met with some serious harm, Mrs. Amy Kohler of Rhinelander last night appealed to city and county officers to aid her. ,So far as Sheriff Hans Rodd could learn lar.t. night the boy has not been en since Monday, Aug. IS. On that mte he loft Middle Inlet, AVis., by bus for Pembine where he intended to catch a Soo train due here at 1:30 ,a. m. Tuesday. When he disqppeared he was wearing wearing a tan knicker .suit and a light brown cap and carrying a large' black suitcase. The boy had made the trip before from Middle Inlet to Rhinelander so it is not believed that he became lost. However, Sheriff Rodd last night asked a Pembine liole.1 owner to question bus drivers )oday ju'.il determine if the boy was delivered at the Pembine station la-st week. A Rhine-lander taxi driver recall.s ^a' a 12-year-old boy of stocky build arrived from the east last Tuesday morning but he did not notice what ^&V?.mc o'f the boy. ',\ few weeks ago the lad featured u. court case in which it was i CHICKEN IN she wrote several letters to Middle Inlet but has received no reply. Yesterday Yesterday she telegraphed another rela- ',• tive who is the railroad agent there ' and through . him learned that the | boy started home over a week ago. | Sheriff Ro'dd intended to meet the'! Soo train this morning: and question freight train members of the crew who formed the J 1 "™ lle " r ' crew that, operated the • 'train on i wo «'d have which here. David should have arrived Indian Is Sentenced. Paul AVinos, an Indian, was sep- tenced to serve 10 days in jail on a drunk and disorderly charge yesterday yesterday when he was arragined in county court. He was arrested over the week-end by Sheriff Rodd who caught' him at night before an open window at the log cabin road house. AVinos denied that he was attempting to beak Into tho place and said he was merely looking; inside through a window- he found open, ''••••• man who Ij'ndner Han, Calumet On his fair, Reuben to stop held up He noticed chickens in the number, Today, Rivers, implicated Rivers. The boat that was the fonder German German yacht, Prins Valdemer,''ls'now being used as an aquarium in Miami. Fla. ' nl •' ' InV. alleged he was mistreated by a Ilhine- lander man. Officers investigated the case, and tho man was subjected to a mental examnallon after which pro- feedings against him were dropped. Mrs. Kohler then allowed the lad to go !o Middle Inlet for a visit with a relative. Two weeks ago she wrote asking that her son be sent back to 'Uiinelander lo.prepare for the optai- ng of school. When he did not eofte HOLD «ral services 43, general died after tis, will he

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  1. The Rhinelander Daily News,
  2. 27 Aug 1930, Wed,
  3. Page 5

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  • David T Kohler missing 3

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