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Olean Evening Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1931, Olean, New York Pickings n ihM i Annuls i h tilt HM Impost mil thus tin T fair I Financial CLOSING PRICES l and w la t mi and Central parts tonight and In I ast VOL LII NO 202 MLW FRIDAY JUNE 12, 1931 PRICE TWO CENIS RUM VESSEL IS SUNK IN COLLISION Red Riots Continue In Germany Communists Clash With Authorities at Mass Meeting as Sentiment Grows Decrees June 12 111 si lead Communist nots t cm c tubed the po lice to tike special to day on of the of the Communists cl with it a masb meeting 11 list night attended 1' 000 Police made foi weapons and Lintl chief ei ind a n of the decline 1 to be ind taken into Ab the moved fiom lie if tci tne police to flic blank to nsr thru clubs o pel offices guild 10 the fiom them Five weie wounded in Himbing when police up H m of 1 ncai the 11 1, Chinch Ten thous ind pel on- c foi thc dedication of weie it i the Hi it Mil ion thc ik on June 16 Thc Harding Mem One pel on is 1 md two 1S which Ihe woie at as i ind built thc al of to sen two j us ago is in of into a. mob of Communists figh ing among themselves Police wee OH Pi ess to then wij out Conflict in I N brought 0 in at templed to lescue thc in I stones and used non foi hand to hand violence hid us in thc dc rices t deputies m Ihc Piu sun Diet f 11 action and deminde I the ot a Thc Diet 1 a on the immedi to revoke the i tional Ml tb nnd tl c Peoples joined the move Dignitaries to Dedicate Memorial Head Group of Notables Attending 0 Ceremony Says Girl Was Slain Starr Was to Have Been Principal Witness In Case Rumored to Be Sensational Weather Prophets 91.6 P.C. Right In First Quarter June it hurts him worse thin it does It might me in his job and tints the the first quarter nf tills 91 6 per cent time it rims when sun shine promised or i minus mirk some s name tin is 1 plus mark is made Craft Hits Coast Guard Boat Davis i Brit- ish Goes I Down With able Cargo but Crew Of Ten Is Rescued the Tholos above aie and Mi Harding S of New de of the thc home in Manon Ohio v ho of the association hta up the George Pi evident who will make the principal address President Coolidge who will accept the in behalf of the peo pie of thc United States intoi joi of the mff the i in behalf of the people en of thc boird of trustee of in sarcophagi in which thc Hto Oh o LJ S Sen itoi who will be S. Railroads Seek Boost In Stand United In Petitioning foi ol Pn Cent White of program and will Cahm of the Mellon number of the June Rudolph waa quoted the Mali toda ng ne be b had slam n because s ic was j to been pii w i in a 000 case which I would caused a it came o j T he step fither in. Lid this is trae Starr b Fa s clo o o n Lon c on ind ja t ic ii nee of I ei h he further him to the effect that there e n con coined m thc c md o whom nci death been i mat ei of The e a said was n foi nnn whom 1 a had it to I behind i decision o in She cal 1 it his hotel mam ion the Intestate times a the paper sa d but at ion foi a met rase preyed the opinion the British length and i e turned to Amc ica GIRT VT NEW June The Butish Shuben Acadia be by Coist Guaid to had a caigo of sank frill 50 of Mon 1 i Point a collision the Coist Thc of ten Trailing Kunner The ciaft which lightly the Held 111 1 ace of Bulish Ihe collision oc The Acidia for Lo Ci merli tne arrived on President Calvin cabinet anil tite ind ni tional icb meet in Mil ion 16 to dedicate the beautiful ill to thc 1 ite ai Good Afternoon rioni 'Round the The Associated T Mrs Collins i the of two at SI swings a club bho has won the of the Vc eian M omen a Asso with a net score of 09 Her handicap wab 3o It has been nit to MON MOUTH and w ci e the of Monmouth College it the Mi Anni j P of Ohro hei doctor of hwi Miss Rial a o uls degree Pi Hci bci t cr w ill the principal cf thc afternoon being his m thc White I House who also accepts thc oinl m behalf of thc people of the Hinted Stites The presentation will be made Joseph S of of thc Association raised l the funds for thc mauso leum and late it ci nor Geoi gc bite of Ohio w ill accept the memoi lal in behalf oC the people of Ohio of the Vi drew Mellon Chief Justice 1 ans md Senator James J of mi aic expected to be j present All aie of thc of trustees of thc associa i tion On Me nor ml in 192G the was laid hi Vice President C G es A. Vic of Tt is n c with out a roof 102 feet in ei and high The outer is of 21 Doric column rich tons of maible two fluted columns constitute thc which encloses the blacl sarcophagi in winch icst UIP bodies of thc late President and Mrs Hauling to Broadcast Relief Should Be Made Now CU NS Y June lieutenant inoi I should plan s t now j the state or j and municipal cnls last night he that method would make the more and less lie said also that long time plan nmg alone could check costs of without the neces of cutting the of J i great part ot aiv public can be fo ml M. u i in he said An increased sui al justifies the ed which ic ii c 1 fiom i new theory of Linn cut be but lit wained th it the not forget that taxation alone can the foi mental expense fu c pis costing S 00 000 is into a hot dog of 1 lushing it foi nnd lo et it in a lot lo the it a dime T Mi I Mill STjs she moie than i bundled pounds in weight in months eliding she 1 ISP nnd tho end it not jet felt bet tei in hci life she nnd the has taken on i new meming Ihe plane in which IhL will fly tho Pacific i equipped to machine guns the The ole significance Tones Iho Is lhat the engine is a Upc used foi nnd has ns WASHINGTON June 12 Ap of U Goodsel Foul Madison ns n In Hie o of the today bj tho Wni Fumes Burning 2 Women June sion of fumes soil binned Mis Haniet Chinch 18 ind hei Alls 70 The Uvo nomen clothes with in the of then home Both i lo a and aic not to Ihe the build nig nid locked houses in the 1 limes qi followed and levelled thc two f loin thc Mis Chinch bums on hci nnd hci 11101111-1 wis binned Ihe body ind Notre Dame Gridder Breaks Traffic Law PORT lune U I nnk Notie wis In Police on a of to left of a in of to the Ho dis- missed when his identity known C en loute fiom Mount In Bend Ind He snid he expected lo to Call fo nia u hi Ict stop at South i Platform on Postcards h Ju of the t own 15 of ttU Stan Faithful who e tells of The petition mm row June The a complete of the the na ion stood accident hid not been heie bj customs and immigration Coast Guaid officials ex opinion the British of lo pci cent in IE I cfl i mimed thc craft while ili of tern West to to escape e n aim of roids pai m the nt put m for uas to some of in tariff cinct 1921 und in s n n ot 10 pei cent 01 about the dand Jun tin II cached described as in measure to meet Juno 1 united effort of al citi its faith in prohibition zens Legs Diamond Will Seek Jail Release June 12 Diamond jailed Cat kill and Yoik ill ceek bib release on bail to before Couit Jus tire H 11 Daniel for thc gangster informed Gen eial John J Bennett 11 tint he would nnl e the motion foi bul on a of a gun filed Dinmond while he was a patient in thc Al bany Hospital A bond of 000 has been put up foi him on two state indictments Kidnaping and A. 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Tonnage Sales Increase In 5 Weeks he Committee of the Women s ancc Union In a platform for 1932 md to t tne coun ij on punted We die opposed to the i 01 rousion of thc ISth Amendment adoi ttd at last night o said Wo aic opposed to thc manufacture and ilr of wine and as tho to L. opposed to state of 'the which would ja to condi ions an prohibition our to woil for dry m j m foi the nomination of a dij p e and foi nil off c ml stiff and local will the i oath of office as binding in the of this To this end we appeal to lojal to ail at 01 nullification The of this cause demands the im June 1' Mian son of Piesi ei attended s session of the conference of cans The platform included a ment that ei ol 11 Canada and Sweden did not top s md crime Pope's Reply To Mussolini Is Dispatched June 1 Pope Pius handea his pli to the Italian ei s note 11 the chuich state con to Pipil bo gmi Due L ind instructed him to it to I Drno the not m ule pub ic the me w i be to idi pt i j tone tht ind ib bard fo bo milder than pi ions A high Vatican official sud i now tiling will be settled Edward di t ict itto rej of Coan he world call 15 before thc at Halls Cremation c of now clues he wi ian C and con on caused ion ot the il c te to at al o lo I btan a sister who the name wauls id had been e had been the He as to had been in t e of bti r and two men pi 101 to Stan a ance dia S an wib found IP the Faith full home H rd tlit gn stepfather 1 of the tenco of the an 1 thu nature of s lie G dcs it nd The dian cont minx n of n en irds added The his not helped mn m i who neant He aid TS to indicate Hit would been happier if Baith full ce d nil 11 measure LO L atje m ml which was ic in earnings failing to the t le el m a decade The railroads hope to their of the Shuben s new tal en off the bi lie Foat Maron The i tba thp men being The sank two after the collision m the Ocean Coast Guard board of gatior will inquire into the arci The and members of ion on file within a wrek and the of the Shuben Acadia will gnen an opportunity to nat will be as an mea ure the commission hat he a es maj go into effect within trace mon to br I will seek to an order i ibb icd the ion nl lne clause under P iate increases are in I suspended foi pe md j increase OF Ii per cent was on to ma te the qne t n of than one rate TO pre ent long deba e le pe i will for I i e the do no 11 tnd n es sad to c all rates that amount Oklahoma Gas Reaches Terms With Governor Lindy Discusses His Earhart Is Uninjured In Gyro Crash Late News Bulletins RN MFS June led the cil won i of tht nine maiches in ihe composition for the golf pup insuring and j Boston fiom is tho Back nu io Ntw and will for tht rnp tomorrow NEW YORK June 12-01 Al though siles of the Tci Co foi the weeks ended i of 1 G pei fiom the list jell ton n ige siUs foi tbc simc m ci eased 15 2 pel cent siles with list 5011 while tonnage siles weie 501232 tons vith 488753 tons in five weeks of 1930 HAS Tune Pil waid B of the Post who ill with inflammation of the heut muscles hj Di A Cannon to had u night III M luno 13 Woodcock suid an lucre ise in file men e enen dn I m dors shourd violators in 1'bRHllT W Ilino U Inspection of 1 c di nil Income n turns In of I iK is per under n modified I II VUTO Ilino Ihe of tonis 1! M of HKS r tho of a Mi smith of TO MSU Jimo f it Polish t announced toil ii i itoh had accepted in imitation to ho at Poland fir the dedication of a to the Mai time nt June 1 Mro Pi n im caped toa iv when hei auto i Clashed fro n an of Flight Officials I SO as he wis fiom the to re ume hrr ud a The plane d der The fai ed suf f cent momentum on UIL til off and amid pi ltd h in a fenced off PILL near the of the ne mi M lune on cial the of to the in of mileb of timber el UncH Mi and V too off fiom lull th s ban nn to i etui i to I kft in i biplane I then tn HI t 1 thi June for a. i eduction of. pis rates n 33 Oklahoma cities ha a a di cu ion h H and tie Okla homa uial Corpo ation of the 11 19 inc. 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