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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - June 12, 1934, Joplin, Missouri THE WEATHER cloudy moderate temperature Wednesday unsettled and by in west Tuesday and some possibility of scattered not much change In probably showers Wednesday partly cloudy Tuesday and L. FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS is a for understanding and Hon po mm VOL. NO. 263. 117 Entt TUESDAY JUNE 12, 1934.-TEN Handay PRICE FIVE CENTS FOUND 7 KILLED Huge New Liner Crashed Into Mountainside Roaring FOUR OF VICTIMS WERE BADLY BURNED Scene of Disaster Reached With Difficulty Tops Cut Off as Machine Tugwell Says He Believes In American Constitution Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Explains His Economic Philosophy Before Crowd That Jams Spacious Senate Caucus Marked by Bitter Clashes Between Committee Members as They Question N. June 11.-(/P)- The charred wreckage of a New with the bodies of its seven occupants was found today smashed against the almost inaccessible slope of Last Chance a 2,000-foot peak in the lower The twin-motored roaring through a fog and thunderstorm late had cut a long gash through the thick tree tops and crashed up the rugged Tonight a party of twenty using flares and fought their way through the tangled underbrush to the to pack the seared bodies down the mountainsides in Group Carries The composed of state county officials and residents of the carried poles on which to hang the Smoke and dull red glow from the flares lent an eerie aspect to the solemn procession as it beat its way through the woods to the wrecked They passed on Beaver shortly after 9 p. and it was expected they would be able to negotiate the two miles of thickets and rugged hillside before weird funeral cortege expected to arrive back in with the victims about 2 a. m. Dr. v. G. Sullivan county who directed the said he was not sure when the inquest will be but it would be tomorrow or the next The wreck was sighted about noon by W. H. piloting one of a score of planes in a widespread search for the vanished Scar on Forest Attracted Attention The scorched brown scar against the green forest attracted his Skimming the he saw bits of the orange and blue Quickly he communicated his discovery to the Newark from which the liner had taken off for Hallock flew back to Livingston a few miles from with his Leo Then he led a detail of state troopers along dangerous trails through the dark from heavy times the searching which included Captain Daniel E Fox of the state police and Mayor Floyd Ackerly of arduously climbed the mountain before they could locate the They got their bearings by row ing into Mo Gaup which lies In a high ninety miles northwest of New York Deer and bear often are hunted in this Fuselage in Finally Captain Fox spied a bit of red fuselage in the top of He toiled once more up the scaly mountainside and fired three pistol prearranged lit a In a few minutes other members of the party reached the isolated The bodies Jay not far apart in a patch of briars and green with the parts of the smashed ship scattered around The sun was shining brightly through the The bodies of Pilot Clyde and Co-pilot John were just to the rear of the An axle was bent around a broken A few feet away lay Stewardess Ada Further down the incline were the bodies of the four each severely went into this section as soon as I heard the plane might have crashed in the said Captain am familiar the and I knew no one who did not know the country could get into it. I hadn't thought of rowing Into the pond to get my I doubt if the bodies would have been found for some Sack of Mall Last Chance also known as is In state park on the border of Sullivan and Ulster The wreckage of the huge plane of American strewn for 100 was five miles from the nearest A sack of mail was re- June 11.-(iT)-Rex-ford G. Tugwell testified today at a senate agriculture committee punctuated by bitter exchanges between that he was a firm believer in the and principles of The Immaculately dressed assistant secretary of agriculture was called to testify on his nomination as undersecretary of Very little time was to his knowledge of agriculture and much to his economic philosophy as exemplified by a speech in 1931. And more time was consumed by the outburst between committee To Pass on At the conclusion of the Chairman South called an executive session of the committee for tomorrow to pass on the A crowd as large as that which jammed the spacious senate caucus room to hear J. P. Morgan testify last year kept up a continuous At times the spectators broke into mingled with lusty which drowned out the proceedings A remark by Senator that some observations by Chairman South were just a speech against the brought the South Carolinan from his seat with a resent that dirty he his big fist waving per lously close to Murphy's Smith's subsequent speech brought an answering roar from the but Murphy did not Self-possessed and even tempered for the most Tugwell leaned quietly back during the committee quarrels and one time he mildly asked to be allowed the to make an During a session of more than four the president's professional the No. 1 - was asked by Senator and Senator North about his views and in particular about his expressions on planning in a speech before the American Economic Association in Philadelphia in 1931. The Virginia democrat told Tugwell frankly at the outset of his he was much concerned over your attitude on the principles of Bends Quotation From The Virginian read a quotation from address which said the former Columbia professor of economics was convinced that changes of new revised legal unaccustomed limitations on are all necessary It we He is in other a local impossibility to have a planned economy and have businesses operating its just as it is also impossible to have one within our present constitutional and statutory did you mean by sharply asked has been a good deal of loose talk about Tugwell pointed out in a technical speech made before a Airplane Survey Reveals Destruction in Parts of Central America - 2,000 Dead at San LANDSLIDES WRECK TOWNS AFTER RAINS 500 Reported Drowned When Floods Sweep Officers Among on Page WIFE SUCCUMBS DISEASE TO WIFE OF EAGLE-PICHER COMPANY TO SAVE WHEAT By the Associated Treas. The hurricane which swept rough Central America last accompanied by floods and killed at least 2,S00 persons and probably many belated reports from El Salvador and Whole villages were wiped out by the landslides from the volcanic mountains of El said sources after a partial survey of the stricken territory from the The death toll In the vicinity of San capital of El was at least 2,000, and a report from the village of said the storm killed 500 Wires Are The hurricane reached Its highest intensity last completely wiping out all the ordinary moans of communication in El and damaging the international railroad of Central America to an extent which will require three months or more for The heavy rainstorm which accompanied the hurricane washed down the sides of the volcanic causing lakes and rivers to leave their imperilling with floods those who managed to flee from WALLACE AFTER TOUR SAYS MORE MOISTURE MUST COME IF CORN Mrs. Alice McConomy wife of Dr. John A. vice president of the Lead died at 3:45 o'clock yesterday afternoon at her home at the Olivia apartments following a two Death was caused by heart Mrs. Schaeffer was born at Pa. She and Dr. Schaeffer moved to Joplin in 1912 and resided here until 1920, when they moved to St. They returned here to reside in 1930. Member of Catholic Mrs. Schaeffer was a member of St. Peter's Catholic church and a member of the Woman's besides her are two J. Nathan a student at the University of Michigan at Ann and William R. at two Alice Elizabeth at and Mary Helen a student at Villa Duchesne at St. one Mrs. T. Q. of and a Augustine J. McConomy of Funeral services will be conducted at 10 o'clock this morning at St. Peter's catholic with the Rev. Father William P. The body will be taken to Lancaster for Pallbearers will be Harlan George T. F. F. C. Bartley Dr. A. Mitchell Gregg and E. A. QUADRUPLETS HAVE GOOD CHANCE TO LIVE Three Girls and Boy Born to Iowa Mother Eat Heartily and Howl June 11.-iW-The government said tonight rains had come too late to save the wheat crop in the stricken middle Supplementing a crop report which predicted the smallest har vest of the staple since 1893, Score tary Wallace returned tonight from an inspection tour with the statement that an inch of rain each week through the first week In August will be necessary to save In addition to Wallace other grains too late fo remedy are oats and in addl tlon to hay and bluegrass pasture To Move 5,000 Simultaneously Harry L. Hop federal relief administrator disclosed plans to move 5,000 fami lies from the worst stricken portions of South Dakota to other sec of the Rains the latter part of the week a weather bureau report al conditions in the central but missed Kan western and the southwestern mountain Explaining his plans to move families from South Dakota farms that once were the goal of home Hopkins said the relief ad ministration Intended to buy the land under the pur chase The 5,000 the admini trator will be placed on a ilk number of farms that the state of South Dakota already has taken over for unpaid They average 200 and will be divided into 100-acre farms to avoid dispossess ing existing He explained the relief adminis tration would build additional houses and that the administration and the state would sell farms to those removed from the drouth on page 2) Sac June 11.-(/P)- Good appetites at the hourly feeding times today attested the growing strength of the quadruplets born Saturday to Mrs. L. R. 30 years of Sac The babies ate hungrily their corn syrup and administered with medicine droppers by the attending Their home today was the residence of Dr. G. H. where they howled lustily in an Dr. Swearingen said the three girls and a boy had an chance of and Mrs. was reported In a satisfactory Birth of the quadruplets brought the family roster up to nine to be fed on the salary the father receives for his work for the state highway DARROW Will BE GIVEN OUT THURSDA June 11.-(fl')-The latest Darrow report on NRA codes may be made public without an answer from the recovery ad The prepared by a board headed by Clarence was sent to NRA today by Presiden Under present will be made public for Thursday afternoon NRA officials were undecided whether to Issue a reply as was done in the case of the first Darrow which criticised of some of the A final decision will be mad after Hugh S. the ad has had opportunity to go over the new KILLS WIPES OUT ENTIRE VILLAGES Miami Merchant Policeman and Two Unidentified Men Slain m Two Officers Unscathed ONE MAN KILLED TWO DIE IN HOSPITAL HEAVY RAIN FALLS OVER A WIDE AREA More Than Half Inch Hero and Heavier Downpours Occur at Other A long-awaited rain fell over the district during the bringing relief from a severe Rain measuring 3.15 Inches fell at Ark. The rainfall here measured of an and at Carthago the precipitation was 1.9B Damage to fruit trees and estimated at several hundred thousand was done by a tornado which struck Sunday during the heavy Hail did considerable damage to vineyards and fruit 500 of which were Many farmers in the vicinity reported the roofs of their homes were blown off and outbuildings An estimated rainfall of 1.5 to 1.75 inches was reported in the vicinity of Anderson and Noel and points including a heavy farther east at The precipitation at Neosho was of an Rainfall in various sections of the district was as 1.78; Ozark and traces al Bolivar and Hourly temperatures 1 1 p. 2 n. 2 p. a a. p. i a. 4 p. ft. p. ft a. 0 p. 7 n. 7 p. S n. 8 p. 9 n. 9 p. m. 10 a. p. n a. v Noon 77l'MlrtnlBht 2 a. SENATE PASSES SILVER DEFEATS BONUS Monetary Goes Through by Vote of 55 to 25-House Is io Concur in EXTENT OF INFLATION DEPENDS ON PRESIDENT Plan for Immediate Cash Payment to Former Soldiers Rejected by Decisive Margin of 64 to STATE TO CONTINUE HIGHWAY PROGRAM Salo of In BondN io Build and Other June 11.--(/l') slate board of fund this afternoon authorized thn sale of In road to continue tile highway of the highway said the proceeds from the bonds would bo used to continue the construction of other roads on tho static In authorizing tho sale of the the fund elective officials - acted favorably upon a resolution adopted by the highway at n special meeting In Louis last The bonds are a part of from thn road bond In a amendment in 1928. lack lo Wounds Half Hour After Youth Is HAD SOUGHT TO SUSPECTS 2,000 Killed In Sun San El June 11.- via Pan-American Airways death toll in excess of 2,000 was reported by relief workers today after an airplane survey of the sections suffering most severely from last Thursday's Whole towns were wiped out by landslides after the heavy L. C. Pan-American Airways airport reported after accompanying Salvadorean air corps fliers in a The government planes found found that villages on tho coast from La Libertad La Union apparently were hardest all of them being virtually Lake Guija and Lake Coatepeque rose far over their sweeping away all signs of life along their Crops Aro Wiped Ail agriculture appeared to have been wiped and from the air it appeared that previous estimates that weeks would be required to restore normal railroad travel were The funnel of a steamboat was seen sticking out of the water in the Lempa with bodies floating around it. The airplanes which made the survey dropped messages wherever there was a sign of asking that an effort be made to report the extent of casualties and property loss to the In an effort to prevent as much suffering as Import duties on wheat and other cereals were abolished and food prices were fixed at those charged before the The airplane survey took in only territory near the which still Is without regular communication facilities with the interior and with the outside Electric light and power service here was restored over the and arrangements for a limited water supply were WORKERS OPPOSE STEEL PEACE PLAN UNION WILL CONSIDER WAYS TO START 500 Aro June 11. received at the presidential offices today said more than 500 persons drowned when the city of near the Salvador was completely destroyed by devastating floods of the Lempa and Marchala Virtually all government officers were reported to be among the vie The collector of revenue Buildings June 11.- every building in this town of 6,000 population was damaged by a series of fifty or more earthquake shocks last night and early this A large part of the population was rendered and a number of persons were Injured by falling bricks and stones as they fled from their No one was reported June 11.-(/P)-Leaders of the steel union tonight expressed opposition to the government's peace proposals and set about laying plans for a convention Thursday to determine and to start a M. F. president of the Amalgamated Association of Tin and Steel said ho la powerless to do other than cany out the mandate of the April which ordered tho walkout for the middle of this month unless the industry meets the are asking only one thing declared never had a agreement in tho almost sixty years our organization has we've never had a check off of union dues by Only to want only to negotiate with the employers for those men who belong to our statement was as virtual refusal by the Amalgamated to accept the government's made last for a three-man mediation board to adjust between the opposing held forth some hope of a possible compromise by saying Thursday's convention could reconsider the holiday move if it decides It can obtain the wanted by other Steel employers already have approved the government plan under which the three members of the proposed all outside the steel would settle all President Roosevelt in Washington today discussed threatened strike situation with Senator Robert Wagner and Governmental Action Wagner said possible governmental action was considered and another meeting will be Plans for General Hugh S. NRA to attend the union convention Thursday have been at least Tighe had invited Johnson to but criticism of the administrator by the and committee of the Amalgamated caused friends to advise the NRA chief not to June rapid the senate tonight voted down a proposal for Immediate payment of the bonus certificates and passed the administration's silver The two voles removed of tho measures that remained to bo disposed of before The silver authorizes the administration to buy sliver and Isaim sliver until a fourth of the nation's money Is backed by Goes Back to 11 goes back to the house for action on senate These were expected to be approved without the usual conference delay to send tho immediately to the White House for President Roosevelt's assured Despite days of debate and months of backstage negotiation and the silver was passed by the comfortable margin of 55 to 25, without acceptance of a single amendment opposed the administration Only a few minutes Iho senate had rejected the cash bonus amendment offered by Senator by 51 to 31, without a word of A bonus proposal was beaten early in the session by tho more decisive margin of 64 to 24. Eight republicans lined tip with forty-six democrats and tho lone to pass the silver hill with nineteen republicans and six democrats voting in Silver Bloc The entire silver bloc voted for tho even those senators who had sought to amend It on the ground It would not change the status Of silver as Among the six democratic senators who voted against tho was Carter Virginia's determined It was the first monetary to go through the senate under the Roosevelt without debate from On the bonus eleven republicans combined with nineteen and Shipstead to favor the It was voted down by seventeen republicans and thirty-four Friends of the silver hill said during debate it would require purchase by the treasury of about 1,400,000,000 ounces of silver and the issuance of silver certificates against this in amount to the cost of the of Estimates of possible Inflation under this proposal ranged up to about depending upon how the exercised the power conferred upon Much of the and most of the efforts to liberalize the centered about tho plan of valuing the silver at 1.29 an Senator offered an amendment to provide for its valuation in the treasury at the market which he said would make sliver a mary The proposal was 65 to 17. An attempt by Senator Long to strike out of the the proposed 50 per cent tax on profits from speculation In silver was 53 to 29, after the senate had modified the tax on motion to specifically exclude hedging Earlier an amendment by Long to authorize the free and unlimited coinage of silver had been beaten by the overwhelming majority of 59 to 18. Senator Mis voted for tho and Sen ator Mis against it. Patterson voted for the soldier bonus amendment and Clark against it. AIRPLANE PLUNGES INTO 5 DIE CLING TO UNTIL After Patrolmen Come Upon Men on North FIvo including four from the United were killed today when a Airways flying from Aires to Into Mar a small lake near Six other of tho craft woro Tho dead Charles F. Los Samuel B. 27 years N. H. engineer living al Buenos James radio Senora Maria Milia Survivors Cling to For four hours tho clung to the wings of the before they woro rescued by a launch laboriously dragged to the obscure oke from this Tho two hours out of was fighting its way through fog and rain Farmers on the shore of the little lake said they hoard an explosion The not completely out of made a sharp dive Into the striking the surface No boats were al and farmers camo on to report the accident to Police loaded a launch on a truck for a journey to the Although tho crash occurred before it was before tho launch came to tho and the survivors suffered from Dies as Senora whoso legs wore died Just as the launch reached tho partially submerged Among tho passengers was Carlos nephew of President of who was slightly Tho others injured were Charles E. South American representative of tho Lambert Pharmaceutical St. Maria Martinez daughter of the woman who suffered a broken Max and Vicente MoUa of Buenos a new pilot In the service was married last March to Berta Riley also Is a THREE PERSONS IN OKLAHOMA AIR CRASH June 11.--(/D-^Mrs. Milton 23 years died here bringing to three tho death toll of an airplane crash In the Alius courthouse square early last Her husband and the amateur died last The plane narrowly missed a do store as It foil in a from about 500 12. - Jack and mm were shot and after midnight this morning In a gun battle when and two odier sought to stop men tor on Main died In at 12:;i0 o'clock tills One of unidentified men waa killed and the died in at 2:05 a. m. In A youth In whose car thn two unidentified men had started to away before tho shooting was by pollen and taken to the county jail for 11 was not learned whether lie the men or whether they hud hlin for a Tho shooting occurred after two men had to a aland In rear of the building and had sought fo Hoy to lalin to the Miami north of they at ailed walking north on Main in notified Dunaway and Patrolmen I. W. and V. J. got In a pollen car and started In search of tho They them In the block on Main Just as one of the men had to got into the youth's Tho man outside the car leaped behind It when he saw the patrolmen and drew a according Io All officers had jumped from tho car with drawn In the ensuing gun the man standing behind tho car shot and fatally wounded according to Ellis ho fired ut the and ho fell mortally said ho believes he also the other man after the latter had drawn it One Shot In wsH not and Johnson escaped although a bullet knocked hia cap from hlB Dunaway was shot through the Ellis One of tho two unidentified men was shot In the and the other was shot under the left the bullet apparently his Ellis was not auro whether shots he fired hit both of tho Johnson also was ho and Dunaway emptied hlii revolver he was fatally Many shots were fired in tho Tho officers said they found four on tho two two one revolver and one of both men were taken by members of tho sheriff's force in an attempt to the Identity of Dunaway had been a member of Ihe police force five FIVE OUNCES OF SILVER IMPORTED Convicted of June 11.-(/P)- Logan Freeman was convicted in district court today of possessing marihuana or Indian a narcotic which is The Jury recommended clemency because Freeman Is a He will bo sentenced June 11.-(/P)-The treasury has Imported 5,000,000 ounces of silver from London and has the metal stored at tho New York assay Secretary described it as largest single shipment of its The molal was shipped on the President Harding and taken directly to the assay office when that vessel docked last The silver was presumed to be part of the metal referred to by President Roosevelt In his message to advocating the sliver The president said at that time that some sliver had been It was understood to have been paid for in gold out ol the stabilization 7070 23
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