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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 9, 1929, Dunkirk, New York TODAY'S ISSUE 18 PAGES DUNKIRK EVENING OBSERVEI ESTABLISHED 1882----FULL LEASED WIRE SERVICE OF THE UNITED PRESS----SATURDAY'S PRESS RUN 4869 V Tht Wtilhw rot. lowed bjr mow tonight T u d a t colder VOL CXXVI.V NO. 81 DUNKIRK, N. Y., MONDAY, DBUEMUKK 1'JM OIL TANK AT FILLING STATION LET GO Disorder in Haiti Ends as Marines Appear MUNKILLED 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 Begai Shooting While in a Parle With Was Re turned and Trouble Was Over By SAM LOVE (United Press Staff Correspondent) Porl 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 eye-wltnesi descriptions of the fighting ruvGaIe< today. Nine women and eight children from tbo American colony at th') eoutl coast port arrived hero on the navy boat Woodcock with the firs', storj of the engagement iu which 12 native- wore unofficially reported dead and lie actual start of the clash wilt the natives was described to the Unit ed Press by Lester Nr. GiHaspey am; William T. Myers, two of t! j marines who were in the engagement. Their story follows. "The leader of the native band and }iis men surrounded the marines They wero ordered to retreat by UiUaspey a private fiiut t lasa marine. T'IO leader refused but the marines persist- eci. "The leader made a suspicious move- ment and nillaspey countered with a blow with the stock of hia Brownins gun, breaking the belliger- e.it fell tackling Gillaspey around the right leg and biting him. "William T. Myers, private flr.it class, bayoneted tbo man without ser- fo'isly hurting him but forcing him tj release Oillaupey. The clash with the natives then followed." In Control of Haiti IVhlle additional forces of Marines wore being rushed to Haiti, the situation cknowledged as "serious" lesled in tlio hands of tho officials pictured bove: Brig. Gen. John H. Russell, left, high commissioner, who establish- ed martial law after tbo recent riots, and f.ouls Borno, right, president of ho West Indies republic. The U. S. BUIG department's approval of Homo's ecision not to seek a third term as president helped to calm political tin ost. Ilelow is tlio presidential palaco, about which previous rebellions ave centered. ancee Denies Him and Neigl 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 Viow, Ark., Doc. 9 The return of Connie Franklin, all; (1 failed to change the i ot five men accused of torturin d murdering him (luring an allese eign of terror" in tlio Ozark moui us. Sheriff Sam Johuaon announced t arturc wore cancelled, when it wfk! round they could not easily ho woll for you nmv. aro to kill you." Mia. Kalzono, qulutcd Trotu tho hyi 101 la which followed tho oxiloslon. had JlrooUyn. N Y., Doc. Threatening blaokhand loiters unil family nuanuls over "another uo lU.m" provided the only clues police had today in tbuii hunt for n Ilendlih niurduiur bomb killed tlireu police of trouble she hn 1 children as Ibey prepared for church her biubum! .She tmiiKlil unco Tbo bomb, wiapped as a Christmas last summer to have arrowed for package, was lift on n kitchen tu'ilu .threntcncing to kill her, but thuu with in the homo of Joseph Kalzono, we.I dr'jw tbo charge, lo-do resident of an Kalian neighbor-1 Family Getting Ready bond. Three ot Fnlzonc's five child- por Communion rnn found It when (hoy got up yentor- FATALLY HURT Was Set Afire By the Backfire from a Tank Truck in Front of Station. ONE MAN WAS UNDER TRUCK THAT EXPLODhD Of Oil Tanks in the Viciniiy Was Shot vrr a Radius of 100 Yards Doing day morning. They exclaimed lumpily as Iboy saw the Christmas trimmings. Ma.y. 15, and 1'hillp. were Inslaiu- Tho family aroao cariy yca- Rhiiy was to partako coiiiiuiiiilon Tho ly killed. cUlost
explosion of tha wo tnnUs Ignited three other tankp on tho company's grounds nnd while Ihese did not explode thny burned Ti'rlomdy, flbooting fire ovor a radiua of 100 yards. So Inlenan Ibo heat tliat windows In many adjacent buih! 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 (flnfted Presa Staff f orn iponrlont) Washington, Dec The .dmmlstration's Jltiii.OOij.ooo tnx re committee rtilflcnilics tcni- Wa-thing) ion of thu nation's lolegraph anil radio fad! ilb-s into v.orid wide fjmmunli alioi svsU-m operated as a monopoly undci regulation rfx-cmi mended to tbe srnntn intcrslato com comciitl'6 trul.ty by Owen I' Young n states contributed in lltllo to th ublic welfare. Port Jervli. N Y i-riusod by a Hhnif (imiit In a ir w i (ill oT( iJjo potti r of tJio J'.rl runj -ino.O'il) dam to y.ud Ijinl'fiiiKs today. NEW PURSES New purses are elegant, both in fab rlc and sleek shapes. A black ante lope one has octagonal cut, in cbon> fastening and diamond monogrammod clasp. Two thousand marriage engage menu wore broken In Ixindon la the ten months. ,at ho would reduce western repre delaying Its p.i-sace when it station In tbe senate hecnnm we.st 'o the senate today 'with tho unanimous endnrafmcnt of ithfi spiiate finance enmmill'e. j Despite appeals from Republican Headers, Kemiors Hv-fiin, Dem., Ala, and Illalne, liepn, WIs, di-clln cd to permit any arrangement to lay aside the pending tariff bill In order lhat the tnx measure might he pass rd objections. Ihey were able to send the resolution to tho senate cal- endar with tho rest of tho bills, de nrJving ft of a privileged ftlnttm. At CaorgetOWIl ctprciip this power ns Boon aa Ihc pending wool srhfdulo of tho tariff hill is cninpjotod. Buffalo, Dec. 9 Albert T. Me Eniry, 36. official at the C'urtlss air plane plant hrrc, died from electric shock today when ho stepped from a bathtub In bis home and came In con tact with an eltntric heater which was the nib. His wlfo suffered a slight shock hen sho ntteanpted to wrefit the b'-at- or away from him. Defective wiring wa.s blamed for hl.s dcnlh. Advnliiing HURLEY CONFIRMED PrnvMonro, ll i ff Krhn, fnnnpr r proMhlt'm In tin nf c Indny wai n one ypar jail following liK pica nf psul'y in an rlwre Int; rnn-ipirat y fo roll a Rovcrnnifnt Wl! llf'll'tf LOU LITTLE BECOMES COLUMBIA HEAD COACH University Assumes Duties February 1. Washington, I'ec, !l AS sECRETAr.y or WAR Washington, Dec. coach of f'xilinnbl.i University, it wan senate today confirmed the nomlna lion of Patrick J. Hurley to be sncrn- tary of war, succeeding tho lalj Jameu W. flood. Tho gruatoHl depth of Iho Mediter- ranean Sea la 14.436 feet. announced bore today. Ho will assume his new duties on February I There is a strict ordinance prohibll Ing tbo abuse of cats In St. Ives, ills famous Cornish fishing towu. Swept in Today from Sea At 100 Miles Per Liners Tossed About. Iiondon, Dec 9 new Moim raced In fioni Ibu AUanllc toij.iy and struck tliu Stilly uland wilb gioai Tone, ri'in-Ming Hi. K.Ues nnd borvy Washington. Dec. grand jury that Investigated tho al- legod "wet dinner" given to scna- 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 ev- jlilencn and tbo lapse of time between Ilm alleged violation of tbo prohibi- tion law and the Mati-mont of f.n is rriiiucinlng tlio affair, tbe jury re- rain which have tho Dilllsb ported to IVyion rioidon that Ijlca nnd the Kuiopean coast tor flvo'it wai) to consid.-r lur- mer ucu..u. I lie frysli iitlacu of tlio plomi'iits, _ nftor a shnrt lull Jn tlm BIOJIU which ha.H inkcn ;i (oil of ut h'ast U-t! 'ivi i and ships and pntptrty. thu oxtfnt of inilliorH of dollnr.s dtrnin was dcsrrthfd tiy oftf m tliR worst in Llio Lint c-Mittiry .lu-h'y oci-jin Ilijci4 tossed in ICnK'li'ih uh.uinnl, aomo of their la'-'ioiifUTs injured and othors cxh.nm us the .ships d In faco of nillc nn hour -s ufitej? went a'- .fie nmn y of tho u'lnl nnd dozens Ustrnss ralh uf-rc pent fdit. iiiiny of, Ki-mcKco Dec whirl) could not he unsworn! lirf hut nvor fmnlcni'd rescue forcM A fan-fill Moi-lu-d dwitti list, whl.-h _ urtlraUM thai com pintP ports wnuhl ,how a much larger toll, follows: Snuland Maidl 10 lihisli 44 ipain .........................2 Vftthfrlanrli......................1" 'r.ntiPO in! -1 ipninnrk cnniuiy........................ 3 Total IP ific coast was litur.illy, 'SII-.L-UU: 'a rain" today .in rn'is rs endoU more tiiaii months of (InnmtiL "7'housainls of hiiHinoKsnu'ii and the" 'iml t'lilldrun lejoifed th- rains that :uitl Kavu prutniso of in'iiM-mii: in u (Icnora! Hdi i conditiuns r re vail inclrm to I'.tlifornia, hi int; ll'ie fhit lelief aliui) eaily in July. ticnbagpn, Dec 1 H'P) Pasflei-g r service between Denmark nnd I'jig uid was grcatlv dMavcd by tho alorm t Ihi're was onlv sliRht damage re wrtod liero. Berlin, Dor 0 (UP) a dmr-n ivcrri stranded in tlio Norih a tfvlay as tlm which striick Kiiroiican roasf over Mm weclf o f1 miHpuod Thron snilorfl worn drowned In mar n an Idonts, The blglicsl mountain n tho moon Itimirlit to bo feet. In ilaili. ''ngland water is Hill flow, ing ihiiingb ilio load pipes tint wers used In Itonian times. IN MEMOR1AM RTKINS-In sad nnd loving mem. ory of (Jeorge Markham Steins ho led us two scars ago jesloiday. Dec, 81b. Jnil wlicn your life was brightest, Jiinl when your sears wero best You wero called fiom this ol sorrow. To a home of elornnl rest. KATHRR, MOTI1KH. ISUOTHEa AND SISTERi.
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