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Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - August 4, 1930, Sandusky, Ohio GOOD EVENING the Weather YEAR JOURNAL 16 PAGES this afternoon or IN ITS FIELD 1930 El PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY DEATHS Chester M. 3, at Mich. Jay Frederick ' MARRIAGE LICENSES Benjamin and Gertrude Frank and Ruth both of The Rev. V. J. Gilbert 28, Cleveland and 27, The Rev. Gates BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. George of a son Monday at Providence Mr. and Mrs. Edmund of a son Monday at Providence SUMMER HOMES LOSS RENEWED HEAT WAVE IN MIDWEST IS WITHERED LEFT BY JULY BURN NEWS HIGHLIGHTS Sandusky and Vicinity Two cottages burned on Cedar Point chaussee with loss of 170,000. K. of P. convention opens tonight at Cedar Two suspected yeggs held in Boy killed by auto at Forest Fires Are Added Menace and Thousands of Acres Of Dried Fields Are Swept By Blazes - Local Storms Have Helped In Some Places But No Relief In General News Report BOO dead and 4,000 injured in quake on shore of Caspian Heat wave renewed and great damage in Confessions In Cleveland area murder given Many drowned and killed by au os in 500 4000. Aug. 4-A new heat as intense as those of unprecedented July gripped the midwest causing Intense suffering and millions of dollars damage to Scores of prostrations were reported from widely separated localities where temperatures of 100 degrees or higher were Wilted crops were further damaged by the sultry a merciless sun and tural experts said rain and cooler weather must arrive soon or all but a fraction of the corn and late grain crops will be lost and that damage already was Little promised by federal weather who said Aug. 4-Reports of a severe earthquake on the northeast shores of the Caspian Sea were received here the Morning Post 600 hilled and 4,000 and great devastation in the towns of and two hundred houses and a church were destroyed in the former the advices and the bodies of 30 children were from the ruins oi the Children's river Ural the Killed Bride Tony Young Cleveland Admits Murder On Road To LATE NEWS FLASHES Aug. 4-The Chinese nationalist government has warned the U. S. to withdraw all of its nationals from menaced by and has declined to assume responsibility for rd occurrences there if Americans remain state department was advised Kanchow is a city of 20,000 population located on Kan Kiang river not far distant from which bandit troops looted and burned last Aug. 4 German Oscar Weller and Wolf decided today to abandon their proposed flight from Berlin to the United The fliers had flown from England to Scotland and then to preparatory to continuing to Greenland and Hirth ad flew here last night from It was reported they would dismantle their plane and ship it to the United Slates on the steamer Aug. 4 Sergeant Norman Gregg of the United StateH Marine died Saturday at Jinotega from wounds he received in a recent engagement with Nicaraguan advice received here Sergeant Freeman also held the rank of lieutenant In the Nicaraguan national an organization of natives commanded by American Sergeant Freeman's father is Henry L. Freeman of Aug. 4 - Tony dapper young Cleveland faced a charge of murdering his bride of less than a The 31-year-old shiek gunman has detectives that he fired five shots into the body of his Mrs. Christina Lorenzo 18, and then left her lying in lonely Barrett road near wasn't a good she was Colleto told detectives who pressed him for a motive or the Calmly and without a show of emotion confessed murderer described in detail how he ordered his young wife from an auto and then shot her shot her five times and then he told The youth was to be arraigned today in police court on a charge of first degree He will be ordered held without bail until the September session of the grand Tony Is a gangster and reputed gunman for the Frank Milano gang of Charles has been questioned in connection with a dozen underworld killings and was week in connection with tho murders of Joe and Sam Tony police hung on the edge of the Mayfield road world and acted as driver for For 26 hours the youth stuck to to Page August may bring even higher temperatures than did Local rains this too light and scattered to aid crops the most optimistic note In the The almost unprecedented dry spell brought another fires to and where volunteers and forest rangers fought large timber It was feared the situation would be aggravated by lack ot Electrical storms completed the havoc wrought by nature when considerable damage was done in the arfa buildings were partially wrecked anU power and communication lines were put out of The hottest place in the United States was in the center of the wheat and corn where the temperature reached 111. reported 110 Agricultural authorities said grains throughout the entire midwest have been damaged by the wheat and oats crops have been prevented from because the stalks have been dried up and thousands of acres of growing corn has been they to Page 8) SHE IS HANDY ON HER HANDS You'll have to expect a good many upsets if try this which is. being demonstrated by Florence Hin 10-year-old Chinese acrobatic Her antics thrilled spectators at the commencement program of a Los Angeles Man Killed Sweetheart In Pig Lane He Told Akron Police JULY RECORD FOR LOCAL COAL DOCK Aug. 4 - Two earthquake described as more violent than the Italian were recorded by the seismograph at Fordham university at 1:12 a. m. and 1:19 a. m. The distance was about 3,000 miles from New according to university and the location of the shocks was probably in south Central Love and Sympathy Are expressed in the and of announcements In the Classified In times of sorrow they are at your as are our specially trained Ad takers with and helpful gestions in the preparation of your A call to Mam 28 puts this service at your Regular Ad Rates govern the Minimum A total of 1,337.000 tons of coal were over the Pennsylvania dock here during This Is believed to be more than was shipped over any other dock in the Great Lakes region during the The Hocking Valley docks at were second with between 900,-000 and 1,000,000 according to reports from The movement from the local docks during July was unusually heavy and will figure prominently In the total for the season while may not be as large as last season's will be Last season approximately 10,000 tons of coal were shipped over the Pennsy more than was shipped over any other docks in the Great Lakes Aug. 4-William 26, Barberton machine shop shot 19-year-old Dolly Kozlowski to death along dusty Pig near last Friday then abandoned her two-year-old baby on a Wadsworth door because he did not want her to return to life of in That was the substance of a confession Detective Chief Ed of and his aides wrung today from Evans after an intermittent five hour examination at police headquarters here following the LINGLE AND ZUTA MURDERS Aug. 4 - The murders of Alfred J. Chicago Tribune and Jack north side gang definitely were linked together today by police and other officials Investigating the man who killed Lingle In a pedestrian subway eight weeks ago today and you'll find one of the seven men who killed Zuta in a hotel resort at last was the word given out by Investigator Pat Roche of the state's attorney's Roche went to Delafield and yesterday to aid Sheriff Phillip Herbrand in his investigation of Zuta Their discoveries they to a belief Zuta may have put on the by a woman who him and told his rival gangsters the ideal time to assassinate They also attached importance to the finding near of a golf bag which five shotgun shells of the type used in the Zuta It was recalled that golf bags played an important part in several recent gangland murders or attempted murders in Chicago and that in each case gangsters of the north side forces who used them to cary guns and These apparently trivial the investigators were in reality so important they pointed to a solution of the whole Boy Woman Seriously Plane Hits Carnival at Findlay identification of the Pig Lane as Dolly or 19, of Saturday Evans also police said hired Sam of to drive the death car to Pig paying him Yakus was apprehended early today and readily part in the according to Akron police and authorities discovered Sunday that to Page 7) ES ARE OF Ohio Roads and Beaches Take Heavy Sunday Drivers Aug. 4-Automobile accidents took a heavy toll - of dead and Injured in Ohio over the a United Press survey today Two of the victims were racing There were almost as many drownings as people fled to beaches to escape the Thousands upon thousands of motorists jammed the highways as a new heat wave sent temperatures and the apparently inevitable heavy toll of victims H. K. 34, and Kenneth C. 25, were killed In separate accidents at the dirt Linebaugh was killed when he lost control of his The car turned pinning him beneath it. Louder was killed when his car collided with two others while making a test run In preparation for the Other victims were reported as Harold 22, of North and Robert son of the editor of the North Baltimore seriously injured in crash near and Mrs. John killed when auto struck by Cleveland southwestern interurban car near Their death orphaned 11 Rhoda 25, killed and three others seriously injured when auto skidded on gravel road and Those hurt were Miss Susanna 19; Russell 31, and William 22. John 7, fatally injured when hit by a car while crossing street near Claude 31, of Otway fatally injured when car Charles 44, killed when run down by hit-skip man and believed Mr. and Mrs. John killed shortly after midnight to Page 2) DOLORES AND HER NEW HUBBY Dolores Del screen star and daughter of an aristocratic Mexican startled by announcement her approaching marriage to Cedric noted film art The wedding was set for Aug. 6. ARE COMPLETELY RAZE i Sunday Morning Blaze Was Discovered In Toledo Manufacturer on Cedar Point Road And Spread To Adjoining of Contents of Roseni weig Place Saved Traffic Impeded The and summer homes on the Cedar Point Chaussee about midway between the entrance to the drive and Cedar the were totally destroyed by fire early Sunday The one of the finest on the was with all of its A few articles of furniture were saved from the The loss resulting from the * fire was variously estimated at from to Fire Chief estimate was The house however had been a costly structure and had been elaborately estimated his loss at from to He said he was partially The on the of the was The fire started in the owned by Arthur t wealthy Toledo whose wife was the former Miss Ida of It is believed to have origin In a radio Gov. Cooper Unable To Participate In Openings of Pythian Encampment Governor Myers IT. Cooper was to have been the principal participant in the dedication of the camp of Uniformed Rank Knights of Pythias for their national encampment at Cedar Point but understanding at noon Monday was that he had found it impossible to be here and was sending a SIX 6 SAVED AS BOAT UPSET IN OHIO RIVER CURRENT Aug. 4 - because of the uneven distribution of its human to breast the strong a outboard capsized in the Ohio river here carrying six of its 12 passengers to Five of the victims were remaining six persons swam to safety or were The John 45; his 12; two 12 and Mary Lee 10; a William 9, and a Mary 10. Leo 21, one of the elder Guenther's sons and a 4c rescued three other children by placing them on the upturned bottom of the They were his 9 and 6, and 4, another They were taken to shore by men from a nearby fishing Lawrence a friend of Leo Guenther who also was in the swam to safety with Anna Mae 14, sister of The twelve were members of a family picnic They loaded into the boat and with Leo Guenther at the started cruising At a point some distance above the picnic young Guenther swung the limbering craft into the of the stream to turn He failed to recon with the strong current and the fact that the children had shifted themselves in the boat so that when the current caught the craft it swept All the bodies were An investigation was begun immediately by U. S. coast guardsmen who are assigned to an inland station Another drowning was recorded in Kentucky yesterday In the death of a 14-year-old Miss Walton She perished while swimming in a cheek near Bowling Doug Fairbanks Meets Real Costs Him Saves Mary's Jewels dfe ifc SANTA Aug. 4-Three young who displayed embarrassment upon discovering their victim was Douglas were hunted today on charges of robbing the gymnastic actor of Fairbanks told police that he JOBS AGAIN CALL TOLEDO WORKERS Aug. 4 - William 9-year-old Detroit was killed and a was seriously injured here last night when an airplane went Into a crashed into a truck and caromed off Into a carnival tent where the boy and woman were The Mrs. William 41, was not expected to The piloted by Harry 35, one of the owners of the airport was landing when the tragedy Three passengers in the Mr. and Mrs. A. B. and their 4, and were slightly The Edwards son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Edwards who are attached to the was lying on a cot inside the Mrs. Dewey was in a statement to said the plane was at an altitude of about 20 feet when it tilted into a sideslip and ploughed Into the Other standing narrowly escaped Women became hysterical and screamed and a small panic prevailed for a The badly was left untouched pending by officials from the aeronautical Aug. 4 - Toledo's employment outlook brightened today hundreds of workers were recalled in automotive plants here as a direct result of resumption of activities In auto factories at where between 150,000 and 175,000 men returned to Production schedules started modestly today were expected to show a steady increase as the automotive business throughout the nation swings into increased Toledo factories responded to the resumption of activity in Detroit Include the Electric bolder of large contracts with the Ford Motor the Spicer Manufacturing the Dura and the Products The will not resume operations until about August 11. y The Willys Overland company was not hiring today continued to operate on a conservative with a gradual increase in * * * ' and Mary his returned to their beach home after visiting Maurice Descending the stairs from the second Fairbanks said he was confronted by a masked youth holding a you're ain't the youth sorry to do but I need the Fairbanks explained was upstairs and asked them not to frighten The actor went followed by the youth CHICAGO 100 TODAY Aug. 4 - The city of Chicago was 100 years old The name was not unknown before Aug. 4, 1830, but it was not until that date that a plat of the town was published and Previously the name applied to the river only and the town itself was known as Fort The original city of Chicago was three-eighths of a mile square and its population consisted of seven not including those living at the James a native of South was the surveyor who laid out the and the man who filed its first Chicago officially will celebrate Us 100th birthday In 1933, when the world's fair is but its real birthday was * * * and two confederates who kept In the and secured The trio escaped in an automobile after Fairbanks gave them the Tho man who on the screen has thrilled millions by his daring exploits and escapes from whole rooms full of to Page 4) PARACHUTE FAILS AS NOVICE JUMPS Aug. 4 - A novice parachute apparently panic fell 1,600 feet to his death at Port Columbus last night though two parachutes were strapped to his He was 24, junior mechanic for the Curtiss-Wright flying service who leaped from a ship piloted by Grant operations manager of the It was first jump and in rules for novice two were strapped about him and he had Instructed carefully as to what to The cord of one had been pulled off and apparently failed to The other chute cord has not been port officials found when they reached his body in a pasture south of the port. Several hundred persons witnessed the Immel was holder of a limited commercial His bouy of the Maj. The Identify of the representative been The dedicatory services were scheduled for 4 p. Knights of the uniformed rank from nearly every state in the union were at Cedar Point or on the way according to Col. Russell M. of chairman e encampment Gen. A. Tuggle of 111., head of the with his arrived early Sunday and established general headquarters to which the various brigades are reporting as fast as they meet is to last ten days but many on hand will leave Wednesday or Thursday for to attend the convention of the supremo lodge of Knights of Pythias to be to Page 6) DETROIT WORKERS RETURN TO JOBS Aug. 4-Their period of enforced idleness between 150.-000 and 175,000 men returned to work today In some of the city's greatest manufacturing Motor car companies were the principal scenes of resumed At the Ford River Rouge plant alone 100,000 away from their jobs three picked up their tools and resumed where they left with the daily schedule speeded up to 8,000 Work also was resumed In the Canada Ford Resumption of work at the Ford plants also meant that many activities which have been curtailed the last three weeks because of of demand for supplies for would resume In kindred Besides the Ford work started after vacation at the plants of the Packard Motor Car General Motor trucks the Axle the tor Products company and the Manufacturing The plan of simultaneous vacations at the automobile plants has come to be observed by a great many of the They find it permits an excellent opportunity for inventory and for the replacement of machinery and for necessary repair while the entire plant is shut Others which follow the plan Include and receiving set in developed a Mrs. and ' Mrs. Rose Schuck wii Capt. Lee Schifley of the Sand police discovered flames at the time were gutting the with the radio pz The appearance the was such that it that the fire had started Mr. and were on Lake Erie in the baurer speedboat at the discovery was Mrs. and told neighbors burning and a call Was put both the Sandusky and Point fire The two to Page Fires Swept Half Million Done And Wo Fires over the ' 4 The blase at College Corners t The fire broke Uie Corners Lumber of a chain and then swept E. Lewis and blacksmith three shop and a of wheat in affreight a three barns and another The village's only was - from wells and a Apparatus from Hamilton and other cities t. he An old elevator occupy by three was f ut Canal Fulton while from Massillon and the Damage mated at -One hundred and grass fires were recorded Great Lakes area where dried lands were to One two barns were consumed and orchards adage has not been The 4,000 telephone Bucyrus v ere without vice for a time today aa of a fire that swept plant of the Early this morning one line was | through from Upper Sandu Cause of the fire is was confined to the i Officials said it would a week before service Damage to the telephone system plant will total thousands of. Start Thursday On All-Water Air Ti Aug. 4-Wlth:thftjs off of the first all-water c ' set for Thursday final were being made the Great Lakes air Today there were 18 planes ache uled to make the 2,578 mile The start will be Detroit Yacht and will end there after the places 36 towns and on- Or virtually all of the will be over the edg of the Cedar Point and be included In the first day's * Small Son of Castalia Quarry Supt. Fatally Injured By Huron Man's A was to be sent to Kingston Jay Frederick 7, eon of John superintendent of the Wagner quarries on two miles west of died In Good Samaritan shortly before one o'clock Sunday Two hours before the boy had been struck by an auto driven by Harvey Parman of at a point in almost In front of bis home which Is almost directly opposite the Parman was on bis way to a family reunion at Oak The boy was on quarry side of the An was approaching tram He had his eye on ' and as as ft started to run from the opposite boy Moore v Coroner 8, 28 518489
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