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Winslow Daily Mail (Newspaper) - April 3, 1930, Winslow, Arizona Weather MEXICO AND ARIZONA tonight and little in WInslow Wednesday 68 Wednesday 30 Din slow WITH THE NEWS The WInslow Dally daily Newspaper In North era Is member of the tiro est press associations la the worlds the Associated Press aad the ed VOLUME 38 EIGHT PAGES NAVAJO APRIL 3, 1930 MEMBER OF THE MEMBER OK THE UNITED PRESS NUMBER 92 EXPLOSION 3 Powers In Accord At Meet Tripartite Agreement Is France And Italy Not Yet In Full Accord REDWOOD SLAYER AND VICTIM April 8 - Official announcement was made at American delegation headquarters today that the British and Japanese are in complete Tho Americans and at a meeting with the Japanese at St. Palace indicated acceptance or the Japanese The only points to be settled are details relating to Japanese reservations on the scraping and replacing of ships in order to keep their dockyards It was said there would be no factor of difficulty in any of the Japanese Senator who was credited by his colleagues with having been instrumental in solving the British and Japanese made the following statement to newspaper men after the Fine Spirit cannot too strongly impress you the fine spirit in which the 3 There was no disposition to on the part of any one of the three three delegations have been frank and I cannot imagine more pleasant negotiations than these have The result was not a victory for any but an honorable and reasonable settlement between the PACT April 3 - Official circles said today that comparison of the French and British documents which Foreign Minister on Page Gandhi Authorizes Disobedience Move April 3 - Mahatma through his today authorized starting of his disobedience of the salt laws on Clarence I 27, arrested in who to to Mary his intimate of a when she became infuriated as lie sought to leave The girl hud been dead six weeks when her body was found on the Kedwood highway in northern King married an Oregon girl three weeks Many More Injured As Blasts Wreck Village West Of SOCIETIES 01 JAPAN OPPOSE Three Presidents Inaugurate Radio Telephone System April 3 - Mahatma Indian Nationalist today was only ten miles from Dandi where he intends break the salt laws in inauguration of his civil disobedience campaign to secure Indian He was said to have enrolled a thousand volunteers at DISCOUNT KATE April 3 - The Berne National Bank lowered its discount rate today from three and one half percent to three The Voices of the presidents of three American countries were called upon today to inaugurate a system of the International Telephone and Telegraph Company which linked the north and south continents in public telephone The program for the ceremonies included the exchange of greetings between President President Carlos Ibanez of Chile and President Juan of Hipolilo president of was scheduled to join in the exchange of greetings but he cabled Hoover he would be unable Ministry Upheld In Germany April 3 A motion of in the new ministry of Chancellor Heinrich was defeated by the Reichstag this II was proposed by the and The who held the balance of refused i to support the government's HERMAN GUILTY OF KIDNAPPING FLAGSTAFF MAN April 3 E. Herman of will be sentenced in superior court here Friday for robbery and He pleaded guilty yesterday to robbing a Flagstaff garage and then kidnaping George garage Charles P. 18-year-old youth who participated in the entered a plea of guilty last week and was sentenced to five to ten years at state A third member of the said by Copeland and Herman to be Clinton Red fern of has not been Escaping from the scene of the in trio abducted employe was found lying beside the highway several hours He was bound and April 3 the auspices of the famous and other a a open-air demonstration against the Japanese cabinet's acceptance of the London Naval formula was held in Shiba Park i Although today was a national being the anniversary of the death of Japan's legendary first Jimmu and a line spring the attendance of about 2,000 was relatively The meeting passed resolutions vigorously criticising the government's which the speakers excoriated as a humiliating surrender of means of national defense in the face of American demands Retired admirals and generals comprised the majority of the Among the orators ' was Ryohei president oi the Black Dragon This organization participated prominently in the anti-American demonstrations of 1924 after the passage of Japanese exclusion legislation at Indian Nationalists Quitting Assembly April 3 Nationalists aro resigning their seats in the assembly following the passage of Imperial preference provision i in the tariff which carries a in a stolen the j five per cent on certain The garage | lines of LancashIre Cottou The resignations included that of Pandit party who has sent a long letter to Lord saying he was a quarter of a century's ( participation in constitutional of the legislature because i of his conviction the government is i uot to carry out even the present reforms in their true Mission Refuses To Pay Ransom To Prohibition Action Deferred a Week April 3 - The house judiciary committee failed to agree today on prohibition proposals of the Hoover law commission and deferred action until next when a decision on whether they will be approved is ATTORNEY GENERAL MITCHELL IS AGAINST MODIFYING JONES LAW April - The China Inland Mission headquarters here refused today to ransom to bandits for the release of the Rev. and Mrs. R. Porteous of England and Miss Nina E. Gemmell of Wash. To do so. said i headquarters endanger every foreigner in the interior of China and place a premium upon The three captured last Thursday who looted the city of Kiangsi are held in the mountain camp southwest of stated a telegram received from a missionary Hunan Some of Dead are Women Cadets Form Guard To Bring Order As firemen Help April 3 least nine persons were killed and scores of others injured in a series of explosions today at the plant of the Pennsylvania Fireworks Display at 16 miles west of About 35 injured persons were taken to the Bryn Mawr Most of the dead and injured were Three of dead were Two firemen were killed at play outside the Other bodies were found in the The of leu small buildings on a seven acre tract of land near the Pennsylvania Railroad's main line to the Like a roar of a battery of artillery the first explosion let loose at about sending debris through the air for long Two other detonations followed immediately and for twenty minutes there were explosions like the rattle of machine The heavy were felt more than twenty miles The blasts were felt in the upper part of Philadelphia and in New ' Fire companies from many of the suburban towns rushed to the scene and gave first aid to injured and used all sorts of vehicles to to the Automobiles passing the plant were said to have been thrown from the The plant of Benjamin T. a short distance from the where 200 persons were was partly wrecked as large on Page i Former Austrian Minister Was To Be Sent To Japan FOR JOB Noted Second Meteor Scientist Call To Near Prominently mentioned among those who may J. Mi Doran as V. S. prohibition when lie retires are Major Maurice and Harry Campbell is now federal prohibition administrator for York and Anslinger is dei commissioner in charge of narcotic Indian Woman Admits Guilt N. April 3 Lila Indian pleaded guilty this afternoon In a hospital room which temporarily became a county to a reduced charge of second in connection with the slaying of Mrs. Clothilde wife of Henri known HAWKS KEEPS SCHEDULE IN GLIDER TRIP April 3 frank transcontinental flyer who is piloting a gilder towed by an airplane on a proposed flight from San to Xew York landed here at 12.55 o'clock this Captain Hawks cut loose from the tow plane about a mile from the His next stop will be East St. where he is duG late April 3 - Continuing his transcontinental glider Captain Frank Hawks took off from Garland airport here at 10:15 a. m. today with East St. 111., his goal for His planned for 7 a. m. was delayed by fog and low General Reviews Air Corps Forces At Mather MATHER April 3 war maneuvers took second place at Mather Field a review by the commanding officer of the first provisional Brigadier General William E. being the event of the Large formations of one of attack one of bombers Consulting Engineer For General Electric Sees Success For Efforts Of Mining Group Belief the time will come when the enormous flow of water from the shaft sunk in the sooth wall of the Meteor Crater west of will be controlled ami further exploration work will go forward resulting in the discovery of the main portion of the gigantic body of metal perhaps many millions of years ago was expressed here day by Professor Elihu consulting engineer for the General Electric world known research who this week visited for the second time the Meteor crater west of here and for which Winslow has been named the Although past exploration work has been done in a speculative manner and rather as a in an attempt to try and find and examine the body of Professor Thomson believes that the work has been well worth while and contrary to the belief of some j very prominent scientific men that I the meteor is not believes that at some future day when the water handicap can be overcome further work will be pushed forward with the result that the giant body containing nickel and some rare metals will be is nothing Jike it in the it's Professor Thomson has been difficult to convince geologists and scientific organizations In the East and states distant from here that the great crater been caused by the falling of a Mr. Thomson credit for the and a third of pursuit single i i work that has been done along ers made short flights this ing and engaged in sky formation practice over nearby Students Riot When Police Tags Girl changing positions in the circling again and finally returning to the field to take new parking places for the Earthquakes Bring Havoc To Balkans these exploration and study of the all should go to v LOS April 3 i Students of the April 3 to modification of the i Jones which provides heavy maximum penalties for violations of the prohibition has been filed with the house judiciary committee by Attorney General In a confidential lie objected particularly to a me by Representative to modify this law by defining slight and casual offenders and fixing the penalty for such offenses at six imprisonment and a line of At the same the general disapproved two bills by Representative South embodying plans for defining felonies and demeanors under the United Slates code and for setting up juryless trials before United States commissioners as had been recommended by the Hoover law enforcement He approved in general two other bills written by Christopherson and recommended to congress by tlie Hoover commission to relieve congested federal courts but suggested several changes in He contended that the Jones law should not be changed because it was enacted only a year and added sufficient time lias elapsed to determine the efficacy of the increased under that which provides a maximum line of and live Democrats Of Three Counties Hear Talks At Safford Meeting April from Graham counties attended a night given by party Prison Officials Investigate Plot To Steal Dynamite JEFFERSON April 3 penitentiary officials today were investigating a suspected plot to steal some dynamite from the state explosive storage house at the prison rock quarries a mile south of Director Frank Jones and Warden Leslie Rudolph said a guard found a window had been broken j in the building yesterday and lock of an iron chest where the dynamite is stored had been tampered Tucson Veteran Hospital Head Gets Transfer April 3 Albert H. former minister to who died hist night in a Vienna was President Hoover's selection the next ambassador to The announcement was made at Southern California the White House Mr. Washburn returned to Austria two weeks ago to close up the affairs of the embassy He planned to return to this country and then lake up his duties in Tokyo as American William R. long an assistant secretary of now holds the post in Japan as a special in I John C mil I ei were by Mrs. from CI Premier Tardieu Becomes 111 At Meeting In Paris April Premier Tardieu was suddenly ill at a committee today and had to be assisted to bis automobile and taken to the hotel where he University oi incensed over the action of a traffic policeman in tagging a girl student staged an incipient riot today which additional police to the scene to disperse the hooting No other the rough handling of the traffic was The J dents were dispersed less than an hour after the outbreak with nc arrests been April 3 Earthquakes continued Wednesday in the Thessaly The village of was altered beyond with most of the houses made Twenty-five houses at Schools were closed in several Hoover Plans Fishing Trip Insurance Plot Victim Identified ton county April Herbert wife of the left today for Philadelphia to attend a meeting of the Society of She will return tonight or April 3 - Dr. 1. R. director of the j Veterans Bureau hospital has announced his transfer to Fort to take charge of the government hospital The Colorado he will be changed from a tubercular hospital to one for the treatment of Dr. S. H. in charge of the Tucson and now stationed at the U. S. hospital at San Dr. Wagner return here and j where vaccination and other ar services are Fear Spread Of Smallpox In Mexico City MEXICO April 3 - Wide spread of smallpox in Mexico City and the surrounding districts lias thrown such a scare into residents that wholesale vaccinations are in Thousands of school children arc being inoculated daily by brigades of the medical school of the National The newspaper Excelsior has installed a free clinic BENTON April 3 i APt - Mrs. Maud Pearman and her two children today identified the body of a man in a morgue at .at William Robert their husband and who had been missing from their home in since March 21. I Pearman is believed by officers to have been slain in a plot to collect i life insurance which he allegedly took out while posing as another | One Dies In Rum Battle At El Paso April 3 - President Hoover plans to make ] his first week-end trip of the year to his summer camp on the headwaters of the Rapidan in Virginia this The plans contemplate that the presidential party will Friday and return Sunday Danel M. who 25 years Ou Page Eight More Bodies Taken From Mine KETTLE April 3 more bodies were recovered today from the Pioneer Coal Company wrecked an explosion which tombed 16 Seven bodies had already been leaving only J. E. mine still to be located All the bodies were not positively As soon as the bodies were removed from the mine today they were placed on a special train for where identification will be completed and the bodies over to their April 3 London Mission was informed by telegram today that Yorke British murdered at last ENUMERATORS WORK BY PIECE IN TAKING OF 1930 CENSUS EL April 3 - The morgue claimed one Mexican today and jail another as liquor warfare flared again on the The battle occurred i in the rough sand hill country west of N. and about 15 I miles west of here when border j patrolmen surprised the liquor i smuggling j is receiving a higher j rate from Uncle Sam than the i enumerator who is swifty tallying the inmates of a all of States with his 120.(M'(i whom are undoubtedly and workers turning out facts and already a matter of figures under a j The 1 rate of pay was not I announced by the census bureau The who or j but it was said it would average will come knocking at the door to from to per In the include your tiny thread of in for- census of 1920 nearly all WASHINGTON April 3 Uncle Sam's enormous statistical the was functioning busily throughout the United mation in the great fabric of fact is being paid so much per person and so much per farm The pay envelopes vary somewhat to for the camping out woman census taker in Texas who must travel ors were paid 1 cents per name and 30 cents per The Uncle Sam's are also being paid by the a flat plus an additional for each 1,000 persons counted within his district and for each 100 farms Thirty of these miles before she makes her first supervisors are
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