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   Hamilton Evening Journal (Newspaper) - February 17, 1930, Hamilton, Ohio                               IF YOU HAVE FURNITURE you don't need, or need Furniture, you don't hare, tho Journal Classi- fied advertisements will beyond a doubt fill your wants be they sell- ing or buying ones. Put an adv. in the Journal Classified columns today AND WATCH FOR RESULTS kLtUdj 2 LK aoto --------f HAMILTON Largest Circulation Guaranteed s. _ FORT HAMILTON IN 1791.-" JOURNAL I Largest Circulation Guaranteed i V-.-.-.-.-.._____-.......-.-.-..____________________s VOL. 44, NO. 49 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1830 Inlrrril ScooiiU Mnllcr oDTni- Turn nfMTa Mimt ortiiT, iimniiioti. Ohm. rBlCb TWO CoMTS fis ftftfl the joanuj., jf possible buyers. 16 PAGES WEATHER HAMILTON AND CLOUDY AND "NOT QUITE SO COLD TONIGHT, TUESDAY PABTLY CLOUDY, SLIOHTLY WARMER. SENT ON FAKE HUNT FOR BODY OF HORST LAD SEVENTY-THREE HELD ABOARD GROUNDED STEAMSHIP 34 PASSENGERS TAKEN ASHORE WITHSAFETY Before Rising Seas Halt Res- cue Operations BREECHES BUOY Used To Transport Many From Stranded Pacific Vessel Astoria, Ore., 1'eb. ]7. Seventy-three members of the crew and eight 'passengers remained aboard the steamship Admiral Benson, fast ashore on the sands of Peacock Spit off tho mouth of the Columbia river today. Thirty-four passengers were taken ashore yesterday by lifeboats and breeches buoy before rising seas forced coast guardsmen to halt. The Admiral Benson, cnroutc from California ports to Portland, went ashore Saturday night in a dense fog. "Couldn't Be Moved Hope that .the Admiral Benson (could be floated was expressed by jCarl Strout, district superintendent njf the Pacific Coast Steamship com- pany, owners of the vessel. Throughout the night, while the coastguardsmen maintained watch beside- bonfires, the crew aboard the Admiral Benson signalled intermit- tently that all well on board. Caught on the spit, the graveyard of the Pacific, the combined freight and passenger steamer was at the mcrey of'the elements during the night. Although a comparatively calm sea rocked tho vessel, Cape Disappointment weather observers predicted southeast gales. Commander W. Kobbins, of the Point Adams station, said the Admiral Benson was grounded so fast iliat "fifty tugs couldn't move her." No Sleep In 15 Years OHIO GIRL TRIES TO KILL HERSELF Salem, 0., Feb. 17 Vncovich, 17, was in City hospital here today with a gunshot wound near her heart which police were told was self-inflicted. She was said to have been diseontended over her new home. Her parents moved here recently from a rural district. DISABLED VETERANS BENEHT PABTY REPORTED SUCCESS The euchro and 500 parly held la.il Tliurs'djiy evening at SI. Stephen 's lia.Il for I ho benefit of Hamilton Chapter NTo. ]5, Disabled American Veterans of the World war, a sncce.-s and Hie organization is deep- ly iiidi'Med to the following Indies. Jlrs. Minnie, liuder, Mrs. Bert "Mrs. Edmonds, Mrs. Wil- imn Holmes and Mrs. JlcCiilloiiKli. Tile workers on I lie U. A. V. com- mittee were Messrs. Anderson, llul- mcv. Jlrlrfan, William UickcIs, Les- ter Kicki'fc, Spivey, Clold- smitti, Thompson and Tewarl. EAGLES TO INITIATE LARG-E CLASS TONIGHT Initiation of a hirgc class of can- didates will failure (he regular meeting of Bnlier Aerie No. J015. Fralernal Order of ICaglcs, at Eagles temple, Monday evening at S o'clock. Local officers will eondm'l tho work. Ijiiiich will be served aft- er (he initiation. SUIT Motion to confirm sale of prop rrfy in suit of llaltiw Slmrdinc, Hamilton, against George Shardine, was filed by the plaintiff in com nion picas court Monday. ift'lHl To Tlic Jolil-mil. Vienna, Feb. sleep for 15 years is the remarkable rec- ord of Paul Kern, Hungarian gov- ernment official. International med- ical scientists are baffled at his con- dition and they are unable to euro .t. A peculiar bullet wound in the head is blamed for Kern's more than sleepless nights. Doolittle Cracks Up In Snowdrift MHchcl Field, X. Y., Feb. 17 James H. Doolittlc, former crack army flier, and his family were cnroute lo St. Louis by train today, after the plane in which they planned to fly cracked up in a snowdrift while taking oft', Lieutenant Doolittle, Mrs. Doolil- tlo and their-sons, James, Jr., 0, and John, 7, escaped without injury in tho accident which prevented wlial was to have been the first civilian flight Lieutenant Doolittle has made in 12 vears. Body Of Eielson's Pal Is Discovered At Wrecked Plane Point Barrow, Alaska, Feb. 17 body of Earl Borland was found last Thursday, wireless advices received here today said. The body was covered with five feet of snow and was near the engine which had been thrown 100 feet from the wrecked plane in which Carl Ben Eilcson and Bor- land were flying to the ice-bound steamer Nannie, November Nineteen men searching for Eilc- son's body resumed work today after a three-days interruption dii to storms. The searchers arc working undei hazardous conditions, living tents and snow houses. COLDEST WEATHER OF YEAR HITS EAST TOMBSTONE FOUND IN SUBWAY GIANTS'AND SOX PLAYERS ARRIVE San Antonio, Tex., Feb. 17 Pitcher.- ;md catchers of two major the York Giants of tho National League, and the Chicago White Sox the Amer- ican League, were- here today to start spring- (.raining. The battery- mo n arrived here last night, the other players to follow about March first. MARRIAGE TOPIC THURSDAY AT "Y" "Who Should You Marry and will be the topic of discus, sion in the. first young people's forum to be held at Ibe Y. M. 0. A. Thursday evening from to o'clock. A scries of eight such meetings arc to be held weekly un- der the auspices of the "Y. It.1'and "Y. W." Or. Edith Halie Swift, noted New York physician, will con- duct the initial forum is for bolh men and women. APPEAL BOND IN CATTLE TEST SUIT Farmers of near West Middlc- Inwn seeking tu enjoin lubercnliti testing of catllc in Hiis county gave a appejil bond in the court of f'ppt'als today. The bond was raited from .f.'illl) lo Farmers who signed (In: boml were I'jduvu'd L'ck- hanli. Wort A. Wliipp, llenry II. strllibt1, Kord Schenck, iMiiil Spcchl. Joe Helm, Wilson Fall and H. 0. TUMLISON NOW IN JUVENILE COURT rases against Donald Tulnb.ion, elnirgcd with larceny and firearms, were (runs fcrri'd from comtnniv. pleas to juv- enile court Mondiiy because the do- I'endant is not 18 veurs old. Tanned President Returns To Work Washington, Feb. 17 ed by Florida sunshine and rested by a week of fishing President Hoo- ver returned to Washington early today to resume his tasks as chief executive. Mr. and Mrs. Hoover left their private car as soon as the train ar- rived at and with theii- guests went to the White House for break- fast. The chief executive seemed much refreshed and invigorated after his mid-winter meat-ion. In sharp con- trast with the tropical warmth of the Florida coast, .Mr. Hoover re- turned to the city .during one of the most severe spellsVof cold weather that the winlcr has brought. CIN'TI STUDENTS FLEE FROM FIRE Cincinnati, Feb. -The 150 girl students at Miss Mary Har- lan Dohcrly's Preparatory school, 2735 Jobnstonc place, East Wal- nut Hills, marched to safety Mon- day, when a i'ire broke out in the basement of the school. Charles A. Farmer, janitor, dis- covered the blaze about a. m. He sounded the fire alarm bell. About the same lime smoke 1'roni the burning rafters in the cclhir, which were ignited by an over- heated furnace, began to filler uj> into the classroojns. DON'T KNOWS" HONOR SCHUCK Tho "I Don 't Know" society ten- dered Jacob Sclnick, ils president, a farewell party Friday evening prior to his and Mrs. Schuck's departure for a several months sojourn in the southland. The Schucks' will at- tend the Jlardi Gras in New Orleans anil tram will go (o southern California. as he is best known to club members an'd friends, was sliowcred with many useful gifts. W. C. Bishop, ex-captain of the H. 'mill- ion police, department, acted as fiprcln] To The Journal. New York, Feb. for a new subway in New York, work- men come across a buried tombstone, 155 years old, whcih was erected in memory of Ann and Mary Barclay, 8 and B, who died in 1774 and 1775. icspectively. The stone bears the epitaph: "You that have tried terrestial joy and here can find BO rest, come follow me, you'll find it true: to be with Christ is best." PROHIBITION MAJOR ISSUE WHILE BUTLER PLANS RACE TWO PLEAD GUILTY SENTENCED FOB THEFT OF HOG Frank Kail ami .hi.-k Frost; charged with theft of a hog, plciid- wl. guilty (o pclit larceny before Judge 10. ,1. in common pleas court. Monday and were (he maximum sentences, 30 days in jail and a fine of .flO. MRS. GRANTED DIVORCE Mrs. Daisy Y. Husk. was grant- ed a divorce in common pleas I court today from William 10. Kusk, I lldoivn, juslicr. of (he fiencc j in Lemon township. Judge 10. J. I also barred Husk from in- terest in bis wife's property. Hv DAVID LAWIIKXCE igau Washington, Feb. 17. Announcement ol: the candidacy of former Senator Butler of Massa- chusetts, together with a promise that he would meet the prohi- bition issue squarely, is really l-lio opening- gun in tho congres- sional elections nC Mr. Bulicr as A camlidale i'or L h e Unit e d 8fales .senate ac- cepts pruhilji- issuc. Because he was formerly chairman of the rc- miblican national commit leu und u'e- ansc. ho was the campaign manager f former' President Coolid.gr, his entry into the race would be inter- anyhow, but it has cxlraor- linary significance since Massachu- setts cast ils electoral votes I'or Al- fred K. Smilli in 192S and is known o lie a wet slate. What i.-i happening in Massaehu- sefls is being lo a large extent rc- walccJ in Xew Turk pro- libition issue is giving Ihe republi- can parly much concern and aiding he democrats materially. The amc kind of fight in the empire state inside (lie republican purty has rcsulled in sending democrats lo Die Unikvl Stales st'lialt'. Senator Uavid Walsh of Jlasi-a- I'husclts, democrat, u.-iially puils a big rcpniilican vote not unly hn-aliM' he i.- a we! bill bocan.-e hcbtands fur prated inn. The ilemoeralie UNEASY AT NAVAL PARLEY AS. TARDIEU BECOMES ILL London. Feb. 17 was peeled illness of PreniM'r Tardieu fl etniiM.ilcrablt' deg.ve of mvvs in naval conference circlet day as delegalcs of Ihe five powers eii'crcd file fifth week of Ibcir ct (HAMILTON CLOSINGS) (By. Carr Milling Co.) V.'heat Corn'................... 00 CHICAGO CLOSINGS Chieago, Feb. 17. nf France, which jiisi at a March I.Ki'.s In May to crilical niuinonl in Hit- cnii.-idcralioi, -Inly to l.lfl. September t' I'Yanee V u.'ival claims. I to "vi. Prime MiniMer MacDoiiaul, Si-c- May lu fary StiitiMin and fornr.'r -luiy in September iiatioiijil cuiiventiim a pro- pl.-illk which lias been of I he help tu iiurlliern demo- crats, who have hitherto been un- able, to corriil the be- tan.-o of (lie tariff I.-MIO. .Mr. Uul- !er is a and a jiiann- faeturer stands as high in Massachusetts with the biMness ele- ments as does Senator (inni-Iy in I'entisylvani.'i. If by meeting prohihitiuii ?ttn .Ml'. Jtutler (lie wet side of Ihe argument, lie will im- "Hunger Striker" Will Break Fast Massillon 0., Feb. 17 Kic-h- arrl Stewart, Warren, 0., rug met-- diant, who went on ajJinngi.'r strike 33 days ng'O, expected to resume today, officials at Massillon hospital said. The hunger striker was placed. in the Ma.ssillon institution after he had hecn adjudged insane by pro- bale court at Warren. He started inn strike in Warren in protest jigainst a tine on a dnirgc of molesting a woman, and jailed when be refused to pay the line. Stewart was in a greatly weak- ened physical condition today. RAY NAMED ON COMMITTEE FOB MANAGEMENT WEEK HjncM'ini'iil of the appoint- ment of ,1 J. Jtay, V. M. 0. A. dor- mitory secretary, (o a committee on nrrangemenis for the annual Miami Valley IJiibiiu's--: Management week- was made today by J. Dayton, chairman of the committee. The committee will hold its initial meeting Friday afternoon at 4 (t "clock in UPC Daytun Chamber of Commerce. B. G. B. HEARS PASTOR SUNDAY iuhmlti" Wiit; tiic jiibjrrt >jf liev. P. Sf.urgcon talk lo of (ho 11. U. R. at Y. M. I.1. A Sunday ;ifleniuou. Krv. Stiir- i., of (lit! I'nik-d churcli. More Ihfl'n 'J'JO lu'jird his intcrt'stiu-j; A miiriciil program hv Itaml.ill I COIIA FASON IS GRANTED DIVORCE Cora Fa.Mtn )vas gi'antrd a di- vnrce from Wallor Fason and her iiiitideii name, Full wood, Mas re J .--torcd, according to an entry ap proved by Judge ('linton IJoyd in rommon pleas court JTonday. New York, Feb. !17. coldest weather oC tho winlrr, whioh eamo in the wnko of a snow storm, brought dealh mid suffering over (he week-em! Jo Die North Atlantic, slates. ]u New England the storm was accompanied by a northerly yale. Four deaths in Boston and one each in Fall Kiver, Lowell, Web- ster and Itcvere, Mass., and Pro- vidence, Ix. I., weru attributed to the storm and the eold. Shipping in harbor was hampered. Northfield, VI., had tho lowest temperature recorded in Nciv .Eng- land, six degrees below In New York City the tempera- ture reached u minimum of seven degrees above zero. Temperatures of 1 degrees be- low zero "were .registered in Brad- ford and Hampton Station, Pa., while other .sections had readings from lii to five below. FOX FILM CONTROL FIGHT WAXING HOT Now York, Fob run ry IT. The bitterest light the business world has wituesst'il in many years is un- der way in nn attempt lo provide financing necessary i'or prevention of receivership i'or the Fox film enterprises. Halscy, Stuart and company, as well as American Telephone and Telegraph interests, who are the largest individual creditors of Fox, vitally are opposed to the financing plan submitted by the Fox group and are determined it will not be made effective. ARMY AVIATORS ON WAY TO PERU inKi, Pent, >Vb. 17. tenants Will White and Clement MuIlcn, U. S. army aviators who arc flying from Kcwark, M. T., to Buenos Aires, left Talara in northern Peru at li a. m. today and flew over at SMEDLEY BUTLER'S BROTHER KILLED One Side, Pleasel Rumanian Royalty Equips Mo- tor Cars With Special Horns. Xciv York, Feb. 17 Bu- charest dispatch to the New York Times today said in the future nil inofnr cars of tho Rumanian royal house will be equipped with special horns, Ihe sound of which the pub- lic will be expected to learn and recognize. It is expected by this means to avert further incidents of 'he sort recently charged to Prince who allegedly when a pens- ant's cart got in the way of his au- tomobile, sleppcd out ttud adminis- tered a whipping to the man. When these horns nro heard, 'the dispatch baid, every other car will be- obliged to dash to the side tho road and Bland Ktill until the royal car Ims passed. Anyone failing to clear tho road instantly will be se- verely punished. Paying With Scrip Despite Protests Chicago, Feb. 17.' Tlic county went ahead toduy -wit'ii its plans to pay off sonic em- ployes with scrip. Protests to this plan poured in from heads of State street depart- ment stores, the Chicago and Cook county blinkers' associations, nnd Silas H. Strawn, head of the Citi- zens' Relief committee. Their contention is that the is- suance of scrip would irreparably damage Chicago's municipal credit. Ac-lion of the county board fol- lowed an ultimatum issued a week ago to the Ktrawn committee that unless financial uid was forthcom-. immediately, scrip would be is- sued. HUNT GIVEN UP AFTER SEARCH IN BACKYARD Officers Sent To Conald Home By Hanna DIG FOR SIX HOURS But Fail To Uncover The Missing Remains Of Orrville Boy Mineral Wells, Tex., Feb. 17 General Smedlcy Butler vas hero loday for an indefinite fay of several days at the bedside of his brother, Samuel Butler, whn was injured several day's ago in an .-nifonioliilo accidc'iif; that cost the lifo ol' Horace Butler, another brother, of Easfland, Texas. -BULLETINS-- Bank Near Wilmington Robbed of Wilmington, 0., Feb. Port Williams Bank, at Port Williams, near here, was held up and robbed by two yonng men who escaped in an automobile shortly after tho in- stitution opened this morning. The loot taken was estimated at Last of U. S. War Dead On Way Home enere e wee o cr i'-tar.v niMin an ornuT remer forts lo aeliicve n.'dnetinn mid linn pl.niheil lo meel at SI.! tntiou of sea armameuls. This was due mainly lo the nni'x- July September Havre, France, .Fob. bodies of three American soldiers, probably the last which will be sent, home to Ameri- ca from .Northern Russia, loft hero today aboard the. Pie- atone County which took them on at Dunkirk, Their names were Frank Syska, Harry Bitncr, and Carl Ohrisman. ORCHESTRA BOOKED FOR MONDAY CLUB Appearance of the Lindenwald .M. 10. church orchestra will feature ic regular weekly meeting of the Monday Night club at the Y. M. A. tonight. Hev, John S. Brink- man, pastor of the First Baptist :hnrch, will be speaker. Oilier meetings scheduled for (be "Y" Monday evening are ;is fol- 'ows: County (earners at 7 o'clock, Y-lndus club at p. m., Grocers ;if S p- in., and Hamilton Choral society at 8 p. in. THREE DIVORCES ARE GRANTED BY COURT 10. J. Knulz granled the ollowing ihvorcrs ill cummoii pleas Saiurday: Christopher lOdwanls. Hamilton, I rum Jlnry I'Minnvl.x; ris, llMiniilon, fniiii Daniel Mor- ris; Crscl 1'ooker, llnmilton. from William Hunker. Joseph Sherlock, llaiiiillon, ordered lo pay Tliclinn Shi'i'luek, a week aliinoiiy and to her Jitlornevs. S25.000 STRAIT FOR DEATH Tun .-nils fur .'i l'i ifd in com n inn plfjits coiirf Moinhiy hy Hurry Skillinan. ;nlniiii- j i -.t ni inr 111' (he of >Iitinrs A. SkillniHii. A. Str.-iit, in-oprii'tui- nj' I hi' Sn'viro Taxi coin- J 'T.liy. 1 (In Dt'ccinhcr '.i. was yf.-ars did, was liv ync of Straits cahs at Curfis avonnc1 and (Jinird striM-1. and died of injuricr I'cocnibt-r !l One for for pain ;jiiu and i'nr in [-niupfiisjifo the estate. DISMISS MANDAMUS SUIT -AGAINST AUDITOR An wiry disiiiissins; (bo suit fif ,1. VilMi1, eonlrnctnr, County Auditor .lolm Harlnn, hy .Imlpo ('linton D in common pleas court Mon day. Uible MHiiclii to maiiilnmus (hi aiulilor (o t'ompi'l piiymrnt an t-ontract for ilic impnnr iiu'iil ni' from MiiMtrlmvii. CHURCH DECLARES Xeu- York, JAib. The Na- tional Council ot' the Kpiscopal church eitcd evidence to indicate n higher level of pronerity tluin ever bo fore. Collections on pledyo i'or flie world-wide program of the i-Junvb have broken all record, s it was stated, being 1UD.3 per cent for 1W2U as agninsl per cent i'or 1D2S, the best previous vear, A dct'cit uf at the lime of the market crash, was over- subscribed during December with of RESERVES CALLED TO QUELL YOUTHS Hammond, Incl., 17 1'olicc reserves were called to the headquarters of the Yonng Peoples Communist league ioday after sev- eral youths attacked Detective Ser- geant, Kdward Warner and i-nught to eject him from a ball in vvhk'li they were holding a meeting. u Kolin, 3S, Erin Thompson, _; .ml Bncha, and Enicat CJani' held on n rhm'gc ot' ROBERT BASCOM DIES SATURDAY 1 1 ol' Howry and Alice Bascoui, died at his homr, Soiilli Fourth Saturday. JIc bad lieen in ill lioaltli i'or i-omc IMIH-. The re- main.-? were taken tu Rising Sun. Ind., Sunday, where 1'unrral vicc.-, biiriit! iviil IURV Tuesday morning. SEVENMILE MAN ASKS BUS LINE ll.v IM'iOUUU li. MAHVI.N I CtilutiitiiiM llurrtiu Hamilton .Imirnnl) I'olnnibiif, 0., Feb. 17. li.-ill-li II. Under, i.'. 1, Sc'vcii- inile, hats applied lo the public util- ities comiiiUbioti for a certificate to oj.crale a motor trausportalion line i tit of Seveiimiio over an irregular route cnvcrinpt the entire state. The will announce iU ileei- after n hearing. (Aflnni-latctl rrcNa I Woostcr, 0., Fib. 17. Expectation, of finding tho body Melvin Horst, 4, by digging in tho backyard oE the former Orrville homo of Charles Hanna, was aban- doned at- a. m. todiy. The- ea- liro back yard had been dug up to a depth averaging six feet on the strength of a story told early today by Hanna, that Jtelvin was buried there, Dec. 27, 192S, the day ho mysteriously disappeared, by Earl Conald. Both Hanna and Conald are held in jail in Wooster. They signed statements Friday accusing other of having killed JMclvin in a garage near his homo in Orrville. Each of them denied the other's ac- cusation and had steadfastly main- tained tliey did not know what was done wiUi tile body. Told Alleged -Burial Today, however, after long ques- tioning, Hanna Detective Ora Slater that Conald, after allegedly g tho boy, buried the body in Manna's back yard, at night, while Hanna stayed inside the house to keep the family away from rear ivindows where they might witness .ho burial. Under supervision of Orrville of- Fiecrs, workers dug in the back yard of Hunna's former iioine for sii hours. Then, convinced the body rat> not there, Lee Pontius, Orr- villo deputy marshal, ordered tho mle filled in. Diverted Attention Officers said Hanna probably told J.ie story of tho burial to divert 'at- .cntion from himself and thereby gain temporary respite from hammering of; questioning to which lie- had been subjected hour after hour for most of the past three days. When the digging for Melvin's body was abandoned, Prosecutor Marion Graven, Assistant Proseeut- >r Walter Mougcy, and Sheriff Jlark Shearer returned to Woostcr and went to bed. They were cx- lausted from their efforts of the >ast three days, during which time hey had almost, no sleep. INHERITANCE TAX ON WILMER ESTATE Inheritance taxes were paid as follows in probate, court ilonday on the estate of Mrs. Minnie A. Wilnicr, .Middlclown: G. A. Wilmcr, widower, 
                            

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