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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 9, 1929, Dunkirk, New York TODAY'S ISSUE 18 PAGES DUNKIRK EVENING ESTABLISHED LEASED WIRE SERVICE OF THE UNITED PRESS RUN 4869 V Tht rot lowed bjr mow tonight T u d a t colder VOL NO 81 DUNKIRK N Y MONDAY OIL TANK AT FILLING STATION LET GO Disorder in Haiti Ends as Marines Appear OTHERS FEMUR III AWAY AFTER FEW 0 White Women and Childre Brought from Aux Cayes o South Coast of the Island NATIVES WERE GIVEN OPPORTUNITY TO BE GOOD Eye Witnesses Say They Shooting While in a Parle With Was Re turned and Trouble Was Over By SAM LOVE United Press Staff Correspondent au Prince Haiti nee 3 wild burst of yelling and shootin ended almost as suddenly as I bad started marked the clash of Unit ed States marines with Haitian riot era at AUJ Cayes the first descriptions of the fighting today Nine women and eight children from tbo American colony at th coast port arrived hero on the navy boat Woodcock with the firs of the engagement iu which 12 wore unofficially reported dead and lie actual start of the clash wilt the natives was described to the Unit ed Press by Lester Nr am William T Myers two of j marines who were in the engagement Their story follows The leader of the native band and men surrounded the marines They wero ordered to retreat by a private t lasa marine leader refused but the marines eci The leader made a suspicious ment and countered with a blow with the stock of hia Brownins gun breaking the fell tackling Gillaspey around the right leg and biting him William T Myers private class bayoneted tbo man without hurting him but forcing him tj release The clash with the natives then followed In Control of Haiti additional forces of Marines wore being rushed to Haiti the situation as serious in hands of tho officials pictured Brig Gen John H Russell left high commissioner who ed martial law after tbo recent riots and Borno right president of ho West Indies republic The U S BUIG department's approval of Homo's not to seek a third term as president helped to calm political tin ost is presidential about which previous rebellions ave centered Denies Him and bors Are Men Accused of Crime to Go on Trial Two Cargo Boats Are Standing By But the France Claims Sea Is Too Rough to Give Help New York Dec French liner Franco Mountain Ark Doc 9 The return of Connie Franklin all 1 failed to change the i ot five men accused of d murdering him luring an allese eign of terror in Ozark moui us Sheriff Sam announced day that tho defendants will t brought to trial un Pec 1C HUK Williamson wh the alleged killing h would demand that they pay wit their lives for tile murder of Conni Franklin tho Rii whose story of assault led to mrnt of tho five alleged night rider on ot torturing Franklin death and burning his body me radioed Franklin yesterday but refused to rei because of heavy seas and bead winds tt was unable to aid tbe dis British freighter Volumnia and proceeding to New York leaving tlu sinking ship and crew mid- ocean with two cargo boats standing by unable to help The brief message said an SOS had been received from the and Franco went to her The sea was too rough f-r and after n conference over the radio Uh the Volumnia and tho two un- named cargo boats It decided that since the France carried mails end passengers it should proceed him aa her former suitor Why hello Connie said vome on Tillir you know I'm Con nta He asked her if she remembered when he sang Pine There was no response and he verso It wan a pathetic attempt and Tillit only turned and left him If that It Connie Franklin changed bince I last told Sheriff Johnson star's witness is home of Sheriff Johnson Harrell Tillir stale kept at the a a deaf mute looked at tbe man The Volumnia bound rom Fome to Philadelphia and Boston said be Franklin left on Nov 15 It was disabled the la Ing at the houte tame day and put hack to I will testify about Hie killing of trom which port it left on Nov 18 MECWANICftL TOYS ALWAYS ACE THE UP QC lin Willamson said People came from far and near to ace Franklin He was and examined almost all day His pa seemed unlimited and he walk ed took oft bis hat talked and chop ped wood willingly Tbe five men charged with murder ing Franklin are loo White Herman Greenway Alex Younger and Hubert Hester SIX-FOOT YELL London Dec 9 A loud ory las been sent up by tho club t clamors tor bigger beds roomier boaters higher and ready-made clothes to fit The smallest member of lhal club Is nix feet one-half inches tall and the largest six feet eight The club meels onco a month to talk over he of tJie world to men o their ORGANIZE COMMITTEE FOR RESCUE OF PILOT Now York Dec Carl Ben Kiolson polar flier and his mechanic still missing ou aermi rescue mission oil which they sot forth a mouth ago today from Teller horo aro organising a to assist in the Financial aid nnd tho heln of and aviation Jn will ho If hunt by tho Aviation ation la not il iti the few days The Aviation corporation announced floet ol suift monoplanes would be iOnt to Alaska hut H was tow soon these planes could Ret therp Three ships of the Universal Aviation of Kt to have n sent but orders for tin ir wore cancelled when it round they could not easily ho for to by Preparations Under Way to Evacuate the Foreign dents from Endangered Cities MANY AMERICANS ARE IK THE CONTESTED ZONE Government Is Con- Negotiations for of Its Dispute With Russia Over Railroad 3 Children Killed as Bomb Exploded in Kitchen of Home Ready to Go to Church When They ed Up Package Wrapped as a mas Arrested on Suspicion Dy United Press Rebellion in widely scattered sec Ions of today threatened the ife of thu republic's national govern ment Preparations matin to immediately residents Including many en angered cities including Nanking Kal national govern otit faced serious rebellion n Pn how near Nanking Firing could be card in the Another camo from Honau writer knew ho had told and It won't woll for you nmv aro to kill you Mia tho hyi 101 la which followed tho had N Y Doc Threatening loiters family over another uo provided the only clues police had today in hunt for n bomb killed police of trouble she hn 1 children as Ibey prepared for church her She unco Tbo bomb as a Christmas last summer to have arrowed for package was lift on n kitchen to kill her but with in the homo of Joseph tbo charge resident of an Kalian Family Getting Ready bond Three ot five por Communion rnn found It when hoy got up FATALLY HURT Was Set Afire By the Backfire from a Tank Truck in Front of Station ONE MAN WAS UNDER TRUCK THAT Of Oil Tanks in the Was Shot a Radius of 100 Yards Doing day morning They exclaimed lumpily as saw the Christmas trimmings 15 and were Tho family cariy was to Tho ly killed by steel Mrs took caro bomb contained alld partner in n stone Plant hold for Ho V north and west of the capl bo returned to the city last night dressing th ll where Tang Chi apparently from a hunting hip of days Ira to d 1 aa leading rebel forces were I Pennsylvania Ills si ory slstors him to help On tbo tablo was tbo brown Santa Clans had comu early for tho bark hoops hv four Tlie third and probably most dan hu been with tin in LOU threat was far to ilm My si nun He here tho and to kill u ho did this to on Can n Blac Hand Letter row aids for the surrender of who had been standing at a forces hit by stool s tho govern him In get ot Hum the bomb was nent negotiations for seille Irani a of pipe aho of Us with Russia dls then on thu way to u Us delegate to thu matter of Mis and tho oilier two stance they effort children wcm bulled to iho Hour u I to locale the sender fionl room Tbo explosion a hole Wo and Hint you In the floor and a one aro not finished You get out of thin to Ibo ci and thu fiom Hi It rocked build foi away including a and go buck ID Italy ll bore and Another unto to lira stalion leniu the money on a boat to I In a lew Hie police arrived A ed to liy iho smoko which I i on Ihu I how from Ibo picked did not boaid Iho ship Tbo de tho of the children In found him next In inn lio Mild ho bad the long boat The letter told the Another Fight Is Expected R Grundy Dec 9 oath f office was administered by Vice- resident Curtis today to two newly Republican senators Pat ck J Sullivan of Wyoming and Dav 1 Haird Jr of Jersey Meanwhile constitutional authorities awaiting appointment of a senator i succeed William S Vare the Phil Republican leader who was a because ho 0 in his primary election senate expects Joseph R to be in place aroused the displeasure of le senate when bo testified before I ft lobby investigating Charge After a Fee from the of Own Court Mary's hand wero tbo of a hill her mother her to lake to church It liad been torn to bila LATEST Denver Dec B juvenile nnd ex of marriage to day was barred fiom as m In Colorado by tbo stato court was ing from tlie of two minor of tbo late W H D Stokes millionaire New Yoik bold owner who were warda of bis court in payment for bla services In obtain In a settlement of the eitam Tho court found of grave professional oc bo was of the city and county of Deiner ON TARIFF Havana Dec Six p era wero killed and tun injured when a motor bus with another hero early today Smith Wild man lowu witness in a lecunt grand Jui Investigation of HID alleged wot dinner given by Walter 1 Fall Wall street broker an Anil Haloo meeting last night that dunt Hoover erred In Al drew as of the Ireas ury government I not contemplating slops ii tli o i tbe negotiations for now in progress an j Mukden Arthur old a in Hi homo of commons today Mats Doc 9 and Tiro killed two men and fatally Injured others at iho Trimount Oil company's plant here today Tbo H Johnson C3 Everett 21 East Boston chauffeur victims wero employes of the company Those whoso names were placed on Hm danger lifit at Memorial Edward Edwin Everett and I Cbas Everett They wore burned and fear was felt for their lives At tbo time of the first explosion Johnson was lying beneath u tank Imck adjusting the motor The backfired Igniting ft heavy tank containing gallons tf rond oil This tank blew up with n terrific roar a blanket of flame and tbe Almost simultaneously the tank Tho tank containing Iho same of oil as tho dink Into the and CO feel Johnson nnd tho latter a of only a few days were horribly and instantly loosed liy explosion of tha wo Ignited three other on tho company's grounds nnd while did not explode burned fire a of 100 yards So Ibo heat windows In many adjacent Ings cracked Reports to U S Judge That There Was Lack of Evidence and Too Little Time to Hunt Up More By PAUL R MALLON Staff f orn Washington Dec The tnx re committee ion of thu nation's anil radio into wide operated as a monopoly regulation mended to tbe com by Owen I Young n states contributed in to th welfare Port N Y by a In a ir w i ill oT r of tJio dam to today NEW PURSES New purses are elegant both in fab rlc and sleek shapes A black ante lope one has octagonal cut in fastening and diamond clasp Two thousand marriage engage menu wore broken In la the ten months at ho would reduce western repre delaying Its when it station In tbe senate o the senate today with tho unanimous of finance j Despite appeals from Republican Headers Dem Ala and WIs cd to permit any arrangement to lay aside the pending tariff In order lhat the tnx measure might he pass rd objections were able to send the resolution to tho senate endar with tho rest of tho bills de ft of a privileged At this power ns Boon aa Ihc pending wool of tho tariff hill is Buffalo Dec 9 Albert T Me Eniry 36 official at the air plane plant died from electric shock today when ho stepped from a bathtub In bis home and came In con tact with an heater which was the nib His suffered a slight shock hen sho to the or away from him Defective wiring blamed for HURLEY CONFIRMED ll i ff Krhn r In tin nf c wai n one jail following liK pica nf in an Int y fo roll a LOU LITTLE BECOMES COLUMBIA HEAD COACH University Assumes Duties February 1 Washington AS or WAR Washington Dec coach of University it wan senate today confirmed the lion of Patrick J Hurley to be tary of war succeeding tho Jameu W flood Tho depth of Iho ranean Sea la 14.436 feet announced bore today Ho will assume his new duties on February I There is a strict ordinance Ing tbo abuse of cats In St Ives ills famous Cornish fishing Swept in Today from Sea At 100 Miles Per Liners Tossed About Dec 9 new Moim raced In Ibu and struck Stilly uland wilb Tone Hi nnd borvy Washington Dec grand jury that Investigated tho wet dinner given to tois hero by Walter 1 Kaby New York broker three years ago tailed today to return any Indictments la connection with tho incident Duo to what It termed lack of and tbo lapse of time between Ilm alleged violation of tbo tion law and the of is affair tbe jury re- rain which have tho ported to that nnd the coast tor wai to mer I lie of a lull Jn tlm which i oil of ut ivi i and ships and thu of of was tiy m tliR worst in Lint tossed in of their injured and us the ships d In faco of nn hour -s went fie nmn y of tho nnd dozens pent of Dec whirl could not he hut rescue A list thai com ports how a much larger toll Snuland Maidl 10 44 2 -1 3 Total IP coast was a rain today in rs endoU more months of of and the iml rains that Kavu of in u Hdi i r re vail to hi int eaily in July Dec 1 r service between Denmark nnd uid was by tho alorm t was damage re liero Berlin Dor 0 UP a stranded in Norih a as tlm which over Mm o f1 Thron worn drowned In mar n an The mountain n tho moon to bo feet In water is Hill flow ing ilio load pipes tint wers used In times IN sad nnd loving mem ory of Jeorge Markham Steins ho led us two scars ago Dec your life was brightest when your sears wero best You wero called fiom this ol sorrow To a home of rest AND
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