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   Olean Evening Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1931, Olean, New York                                Pickings n (lutlli nn, tlifl ailil ihM i Annuls ullli i h tilt HM (lull (onus (In Impost mil thus tin Uiluus T IhilHHIlt CllHlilUli Vcnthor Muskrn >on fair I Financial CLOSING PRICES l and SaturUaj, w irmtr la t mi and Central parts tonight and In ovtrmit I ast Saturday. VOL LII NO 202 CLEAN, MLW YORK, FRIDAY EVENING, 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 AgainstTax Decrees BLPLIN June 12 111 si lead Communist nots ifcain t cm ttgcncy decices c tubed the po lice to tike special piccaulions to day on oidels of the minibliy of the intcrioi Communists n0din cl f-hetl with uithoiitics it a masb meeting 11 Teilm list night attended 1' 000 pcisons Police made   picbideiu of the niemoiial association -who hta uuwn up the George Pi evident Hoovci who will make the principal address (2) President Coolidge who will accept the memonal in behalf of the peo pie of thc United States (3) intoi joi of the memoml mff the i prnl in behalf of the people en of thc boird of trustee of in sarcophagi in which thc Hto Oh o d) foimei LJ S Sen itoi ciition who will be prescn S. Railroads Seek Boost In Stand United In Petitioning Commie-ion foi Kai-t ol T) Pn Cent IiurcaiL White of program and will intioduce Cahm Coolldgc (8) Secretar> of the Andiew Mellon number of the IQIsDON June Rudolph waa quoted b> the Diil> Mali toda ng ne be liei-cd b J.1 Faitnful had been] slam n Yoil because s ic was j to been th" pii icipal w 'ness i in a S2o 000 fatUlt-intni. case which I would caused a bensation whe-1 it came o coiut j T launfull he step fither in. Lid this is trae Starr b ClobLst rnuid Tnden ifjmg as> Fa hfull s clo o o friend., n Lon c on ind ja t ic ii nee of I ei ibLci h he jnpei further ouotcd him to the effect that there e mfluentiil peopln n "sew "ioil con coined m thc cc_ c md o whom nci death T, oulcl been i mat ei of impoi tancc The e a said Srotlinl arcl was n rhmr; foi nnn whom 1 a thfull had sought, railroad, repeatPdh (inn- it to I ondon uiitt-d ouaj behind i decision o in She cal 1 it his hotel mam pt-ti ion the Intestate Commprce times a the paper sa d but at Connnib ion foi a met rase preyed the opinion the British length giew and i e turned to Amc ica GIRT (.VST VT GRVAD Jlltt VTiGL NEW LOXDOV Conn, June The Butish Shuben Acadia be by Coist Guaid offi- cials to had a caigo of hquoi aboaid sank frill T? QtPC 'tothv 50 S0lllh of Mon 1 i Point aftei a collision the Coist Guaicl T> Thc cicn of ten "Ulb Trailing Kunner The seivicc ciaft which vva lightly dimigred vvab tiailmg the Held 111 1 ace of Bulish -when Ihe collision oc cuued The fahuben Acidia for Lo Ci merli tne Luckv btrike arrived on President Calvin Coohdse cabinet membei anil UMIIV tite ind ni tional digmtai icb meet in Mil ion [June 16 to dedicate the beautiful mcmoi ill to thc 1 ite PiCbidcnt ai Good Afternoon Tciselij Tnld rioni 'Round the (By The Associated Picsb) T ONDCA Mrs A.dd> Collins i the mothci of two pnlfpis at SI swings qintp a club hcisdf bho has won the Picsidenta tiophy of the Vc eian M omen a Colfinn Asso ntion with a net score of 09 Her handicap wab 3o It has been nit to ___ MON MOUTH mothci and daughtei w ci e amon> the gndu itcs of Monmouth College it the "oth commcnccmrnt Mi Anni j P Mhitc of Xcua Ohro icccucd hei doctor of hwi dcguo Miss Rial Uhilc ipccncd a baUicloi o uls degree Pi Hci bci t cr w ill imkp the principal addiebs cf thc afternoon aftci being intioduced his ptpdcccssor m thc White I House who also accepts thc niLin oinl m behalf of thc people of the Hinted Stites The presentation will be made loiinei Senatoi Joseph S Frelinghrrjscn of Isew Ijciscj piesident of thc Hniding Memoml Association whicli raised l the funds for thc SSOQ Of0 mauso leum and late consflurtcrl it Go% ci nor Geoi gc bite of Ohio w ill accept the memoi lal in behalf oC the people of Ohio StLictaM of the licasuij Vi drew Mellon Chief Justice Unilcs 1 ans md Senator James J of FcnnsjH mi aic expected to be j present All aie membeis of thc 'board of trustees of thc associa i tion On Me nor ml in 192G the Icoinci ont, (f tin, mcmoiiil was laid hi foiniLi Vice President C mile-, G es asbistcd A. Vic Donihej fonntr of Oluo Tt is n c rcular stiuctiuc with out a roof 102 feet in diamc ei and fcot high The outer cncum feicncc is of 21 Doric column rich containing1 tons of maible Twcntj two fluted Toniu columns constitute thc mnci cncle which encloses the blacl sarcophagi in winch icst UIP bodies of thc late President and Mrs Hauling Rioter's W.C.T.U. to Broadcast Relief Should Be Made Now CU NS Y June (71) lieutenant inoi I phman munrcipa itirs should plan AVmtci s unemplojmci t now j Vddressing the state ronfeience or j niajois and othci municipal offi cnls last night he that method would make the ichcf piogiams more pftpctuc and less coctlj lie said also that long time plan nmg alone could check fhp costs of govci TYJCIU without the neces it> of cutting the piogre SCIMCC of J i great part ot necc-> aiv public can be fo r-ccn ml tibulated M. u i in he said An increased sui al consciousnesb justifies the ncicj ed which ic ii c 1 fiom i new theory of Linn cut be behexes but lit wained th it the crtireiio nuiijt not forget that taxation alone can the moncj foi mental expense NLW 'iOHK-N twentj fu c pis scncrei timspoil pline costing S 00 000 is bcmt conxeitcd into a hot dog sluul Geoige Anrlcison of 1 lushing boiitjht it foi nnd mlends lo et it ni> in a lot lo attiact the cuslomeis it a dime T lOPK Mi I ibbv Mill "o STjs she lobt moie than i bundled pounds in weight in months Bcfoie eliding she wcighe 1 ISP nnd tho end it not jet She. felt bet tei in hci life she nnd the woild has taken on i new meming Ihe plane in which IhL Lmdbcighb will fly tho Pacific i equipped to fihnot machine guns llnough the inopcllci blndts The ole significance Cnsev Tones lopicsenting Iho mnnufnctuiei Is lhat the engine is a Upc used Inigcly foi nulitaij puiposes nnd has synchioni7eis ns standaid fiuipnicnt Al'lOIMMI WASHINGTON June 12 Ap poinlmonl of U Goodsel Foul lfj Madison Sliete ns n pcrmd llputenant In Hie o dmnpo dcpniLmrnt IOJPUPS of the ninounccd today bj tho Wni DcpaitmcnL Fumes Burning 2 Women DUNKIKK June sion of kisolmo fumes todny soil binned Mis Haniet Chinch 18 ind hei inothei Alls VilleppT Pcikin'; 70 The Uvo nomen wen. rleining clothes with gnsolme in the crllni of then home Both i emoMMl lo a hobiiital and aic not to Ihe vicckcd the build nig nid locked houses in the rnnh 1 limes qi iclily followed and flienipn levelled thc two f loin thc bispmenl Mis Chinch leceived bums on hci li-g bod> nnd nocl hci 11101111-1 wis binned iliont Ihe body ind siioilldcis Notre Dame Gridder Breaks Traffic Law PORT irUVIS lune U (T) I nnk Cniidi.0 foimei Notie Dnmo fnnlhnll "tni wis In Police Coint on a of clnving to (he left of a tnffic stindaul in "lead of to the iif-hl Ho dis- missed when his identity fcfcimc known C uidco en loute fiom Mount Veinon In onth Bend Ind He snid he expected lo dlho to Call fo nia Tftci u hi Ict stop at South i Ucnd Platform on Postcards h XOFu Ju igation of the t own 15 of Mis, ttU Stan Faithful who e dinj tells of The petition mm row iccentlj June The a complete repoit of the the na ion stood accident hid not been icccned heie bj customs and immigration officeia Coast Guaid officials ex r, .he opinion the British of lo pci cent in IE I cfl i mimed thc craft while Pipitfat. ili of !-a tern West to manciner to escape e n aim Southein gioups of roids pai Lipated m the nt put m for uas designtd to offaet some of the. Meribci icdut. lout, in freipht tariff nndc cinct 1921 und bimg in s mtcd n Liease n ot 10 pei cent 01 about the dand Jun tin II cached described as in measure to meet MAGARVTA.LT3 Juno 1 mcdnte united effort of al citi its faith in prohibition zens Legs Diamond Will Seek Jail Release ALBAIsY June 12 fT) Jncl (Legs) Diamond jailed Cat kill and "Vow Yoik gingbtei ill ceek bib release on bail thiough counsU to monow before Snpiemf Couit Jus tire Chustopher H Hcffeinan 11 Daniel Pnoi ailonipj for thc gangster informed Gen eial John J Bennett 11 tint he would nnl e the motion foi bul on a clnrge of cinuni: a gun filed acfimst Dinmond while he was a patient in thc Al bany Hospital A bond of 000 has been put up foi him on two othei state indictments clmgmg Kidnaping and a'-siult A. P. Tonnage Sales Increase In 5 Weeks he Isational Committee of the Women s Teilipcr ancc Union In idopted a platform for 1932 md to bmidcast t thioughout tne coun ij on punted pobtcaidte We die opposed to the i (peal 01 rousion of thc ISth Amendment (he plitfonn adoi ttd at last night o sesbion said Wo aic opposed to legniizing thc manufacture and ilr of wine and hrci as tho to ultimite icpnl L. a'c opposed to state contiol of 'the liquoi tnffic which would ja iftuin to condi ions an edatmg prohibition dcclaie our puipo-iO to woil for dry plank-, m j itfo m foi the nomination tnti elertion of a dij p e idrnt and foi nil off c ml nidonnf stiff and local who. will lerogmze the i oath of office as binding in the cnfoicemi.nt of this To this end we appeal to lojal Vmencans to icsist ail effoits at lepeal 01 nullification The uiq; enc> of this cause demands the im TIOOM UfebON ATTLNDb June 1' (T) Mian joungei son of Piesi ei attended todaj s session of the conference of "ioiing Kcpubh cans The platform included a state- ment that ei nmcnt oonti ol 11 Canada and Sweden did not top drunkenne s md crime Pope's Reply To Mussolini Is Dispatched June 1 Pope Pius toda% handea his i" pli to the Italian ei nmeit s iccent note 11 the chuich state con to Pipil bo qon gmi Due L ind instructed him to takt, it to I oicign Drno Gundu the detiiU not m ule pub ic the me c-agt, w i be to idi pt i concilnto j tone towaul tht Itahin ind ib bard fo bo constderibly milder than pi e% ions atican noteb A high Vatican official sud itlun i wet-k now tiling will be settled Edward di t ict itto rej of Isacaau Coan he world call 15 witnc before thc juij at Mmcola Halls Cremation BCCTTI c of now clues whcli he tlinnght wi ian C and Jurj con on Fdwaid sutldenK caused eienia ion ot the il c te wislied to at ention al o lo Flizabcth luckei I iithful btan a sister who prefeic, the name wauls id had been imstcii on-, ibout e had been the He cxpie as to wehther had been in t e of bti r and two men pi 101 to Stan a ance dia wntten S an wib found a, detettuc IP the Faith full home H rd tlit gn stepfather 1 nown of the tenco of the diaij an 1 thu nature of s lie G dcs it nd The dian cont nn-, minx n itial ippaicnth of n en Fdu irds added The famil> his not helped mn m i who i-. neant He aid thoio TS to indicate Hit s'-rnl would been happier if btarr Baith full weit. ce d nil 11 i.-auin.-Li measure LO IMCCL L atje m ml icvenue which was ic ulted in earnings failing to the t le el m a decade The railroads hope to their of the Shuben Acadn. s new tal en off the vcbstl bi lie Pitrol Foat Maron The i Jioed tba thp men being biough it-ie The tnaneli- damap:   nat will be tieated as an rmei mea ure b> the commission hat he mcieaae a es maj go into effect within trace mon to br I will seek to an order i ibb icd b} the contmi' ion omitting! .-IIP nl lne clause under P 'wluth iate increases are in omatr I callj suspended foi pe md j gcieral increase OF Ii per cent was dtciaed on to ma te the qne t n out, of afhei than one ins? rdual rate TO pre ent long deba e le pe itio i will for I i Ocnetal increa e the oar" do no 11 tnd icpresenta n es sad to lniLitJ c all rates that amount Oklahoma Gas Reaches Terms With Governor Lindy Discusses His Mrs, Earhart Is Uninjured In Gyro Crash Late News Bulletins ISFW RN MFS June led the JSationnl cil inipion GIciuni Collpf won i iglit of tht firbt nine maiches wiili Boufon in ihe composition for the CrKcom golf pup iodn> insuring iictoi and j rliniinatinff Boston fiom (ho soilrs is tho Back B11 t( nu io Philadolpliiu Ntw and Vhtladolphii will for tht rnp tomorrow NEW YORK June 12-01 Al though dollli siles of the Gieit Atlinlic Pacinc Tci Co foi the weeks ended '0 i dcciease of 1 G pei eenl fiom the concsponding peiiod list jell ton n ige siUs foi tbc simc peiiod m ci eased 15 2 pel cent Dollai siles S102116053 compaied with ?1016732U list 5011 while tonnage siles wcic weie 501232 tons compaied vith 488753 tons in (ho conospondmg five weeks of 1930 HAS rAHlMGHT' Tune Pil waid B MrLcan pulillshci of the Post who soiloush ill with inflammation of the heut muscles lepoilod hj Di TIUULS A Cannon todny to had u   (hat (It ii i itoh had accepted in imitation to ho piesenl at Poland fir the dedication of a niemornl to the Mai time pusidt nt VEILENE June 1 -Hi Mro Laihai Pi n im o-> caped toa iv when hei auto T-II i -C-KT..T "H0 Clashed fro n an iltitude of Flight Wltll Officials I ibout SO fee, as he wis takm- ________ fiom the aiipoit IRIL to re ume hrr 'jouincN caatw ud fioru Cilnon a The plane was. d innged der abl> The lutogno fai ed t) atiam suf f cent momentum on UIL til off and cn-ihrd amid pi ltd uitomc h Ic-. in a fenced off PILL near the of the ne mi M lune on cial the of rnj, to the Onent in nsLtiluie tliou ..antl1! of mileb of timber el UncH Mi and Chailes V Luulbeigh too off fiom rollms; lull th s ban nn to i etui i to "liorl I kft in i hoirowti biplane I n'toi dcfi.t then tn HI t 1 thi OIvL June agieemei for a. i eduction of. pis rates n 33 Oklahoma cities ha 'been icached a a di cu ion h "U H and tie Okla homa uial Corpo ation FatCo of the utihtv 11 19 inc. udmg Ol lahoma ind Pul i 1 been undt.i roi months, condi ion tha tho and Tnt. Oklahoma Coi poiatton Conimia ion all pend ii gation except a iate UuUurt hear ing the coipoia ion agieed to cu i late-, 1 to jO pt-i I 1 000 cubu fee in the 33 ci ics where lite we e ibcne hit figuic The ron umoi Basing1 w a c. tuuattd it 600 innui'lj Mpinwlnle o hf ntiliiie IK u 1 the h plann 1 to them i iiu bit of woik too 4 Bus Passengers Injured In Crash because it wn i OL "d with lights, to! night !L idborgh sprit all ot tt diy ill ing his proj o eel ic nl cition with officiil iioi rtt >OT GUJLTI ARDMOH1 Oil l June Tho sheriffs Om-> mid Cecil Cosln pleaded, not it tlitlr niiaiKnniLiit on nun dor charge's for tho Mining In u lust of 1 milio Tories bio cousin of ihe pi esidcni and Ins college clnin M umc I Garcia OUHK Hunt Michigan Man Following Stabbing I "s Pa Tune 12 hoiMi mtoin b lo (fj i OUI 0 tt. i pa engci rn a bus dimarrd it wa lepoiUd thitiflom llnladelpua to Fa ton no m th ciowd wa injure 1 1 cut bruised todaj when Ml s Enhnit Tlimbed out of In. thc lelncie s nick thes ide of jilane and waked a hou diotuicc Man Found Guilty Of Killing 1 I June 1 II MM ONE June of 12 HI) Ma-, w Pet i sent budge pr Cieek Uvo milea south of hcie The bus came to a stop with iboi t eifeliL feet of its fiont part suspended over the of the budge eighteen feet above the creek ----------------1---------------- Jol nton of Mt Pie i ml Mieh I em., hunted b> to fo the stibbmq; tf Huold Lrt at ilk Pi Hit Kobeit euced to Clinton pn on at Dinn le ho tlnec 1 ntfe is in l condition Thc stihbmg iiolicc sis in ngument followed J I U RIOT Ohio June serious ritil il llto J tl feiti mtnc of the M Iltnnv C omp-Mij late this nfternooii c unit 1 ho met led 1 mil tcntlns of JSclmoiill and his wife icpmted lo Imr Counh told tun n nor M hid tod id '1 towiul Elmiii in an autom) bile Johnson employed in foieinn of i well woil HOT. VSS TO M CI Juno Two Kotarv ilillH sppitrnlpd b> llllWO mlln of Innil nid sen will sins' toftctlipr limp 25, nnd (hi Ir Mini, will hi tin dc 1st lo tin ion nrnni i ns I ONDON' Time moil, foi i teim of 0 jeiii o life ifiei t of gu of cond detiec mm (lei hid been n, un t him list n ght The juij i t u seven houia Wckh 16 in lie e I fot fust de Siec nundei in the lulling; of Pit lick Doiohue Malone gioce- on Much 20 Ihe p osocution con tend tl tint the shuns; occuiiel while was, ittemptmg to lob Donohue stoic Side Wheeler Accepts Challenge for Race BRl'SSn S I Ifcium lune 1-- 1 Tho lepoited of Otlo piotendci to the O June Thc eland ind buffilo Tiansit Compinv owi el1, of the big side wheelei Seeindbee hue accepted a challenge foi i lice between their bolt ind the scievv steamci Theodoie Roosevelt of the Chi cigo steamship lines The Sec indhce is ellimed to be the fastest cnfl on the lakes and the Theo- doie I the fistest on Like Mlchlgin HI I lOin BODY A.TL1ANTK CtTY N I Juno 12 f Dicxel Kiddle ji of Philidel .thione of Hi us '5 md Pi nccso' (11 J 1 Owens of Okhhonn pbn and Mis Mug-net b hillri IMuii t il uiglitoi of King Citj lodij vv is clpUed piesident of luighlei of the lite 1 ivt 1 nn uiliel of Itilj i-, d the Nation U rkctilc Light Asso of Jiotnn International at Ihoinn on weie minntl U noon nn.il In In n udeini m iislull ci ition at the closing session of tho Mcnim, todaj in i legistiy ot thc aichlukt-b coiut [5 tth animal convention   

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