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   Steubenville Herald Star (Newspaper) - February 20, 1930, Steubenville, Ohio                                Ohio Weather Friday creasing STEUBE V r JRUARY Ben Body ftwnd Nettr Wrecka Xl FINAL CHAPTER IS WRITTEN IN PLANE TRAGEDY Body of Pilot 200 Feet Away from Plane Un der Foot of Snow NOT NEAR BORLAND Location of Bodies is Mute Testimony to ofCrash that the body of Carl Ben noted Polar had been recovered from the wreckage of his 90miles south east of North was wirelessed to Fairbanks early today by Joe one of the American fliers who conducted the search for the lost Elelsons together with that of Earl his me were placed aboard an air plane at the scene while awaited favorable weather to fly out ot the Siberian northland with Borlands body was found last The two met death last November whca their plane crashed on a little island In a froien Not Deeply Buried at the Icebound fur trading motorshlp Nanuk near North to which Eielson and Borland were flying reported Blelsons body had been found more than 200 feet from his wreeked plane and under snowy nearly Bielsons about 150 where Borlands was In dicating their ship crashed terrific Wreckage of the located January by Orosson and Pilot Harold Glllam after a long and discouraging was scattered over a wide The near whlcn Borlands body was hurled 100 feet beyond the fusel while one wing was tound 200 feet from where the main por tlon of plane A searching party headed by Commander Russian Turn to Page1 Sixteen FIND BODY OF FLIER IN SIBERIAN Word has been weeWW that the body of Carl Ben the region near the wreckage of his plane in It was together wit in Earl who was found several days weather for a Above are three poses of iu body of Ms PARTY HOME ON BOARD SHIP Sail for Native Land After Long Stay in Frozen Region DUE IN 21 DAYS Forced to Leave Planes and Other Equipment in Little America NEW The New York the Louis Post Dispatch and affiliated with them in publishing ports from Rear Admiral ichard Byrds Antarctic 3 announce that Ad miral Byrd and the members of his after spend ing more than a year on the MELVINS PARENTS WAIT AVERS an airplane awaiting favorable v 31 MERCHANTS COOPERATE IN TUESDAY SALES SemiAnhual Bargain Event Promises to be Trade Success Scrubs to Support Wayward Son w Anna Stepka is 84 years She scrubs floors to support Much of her she goes to her son who lsr 47 years He spends the told for Last night her son knocked her who 84 years old and scrubs jib Go she from the formal Sfcepka was MAD MURDERER CONFESSES TO SLAYING EIGHT ice barrier of Ross broke camp from and sailed homeward the Bay of Whales Man Caught at Detroit Poisoned Victims for I Mental Thrill 1 aboard the barque the City of New York at oclock yes terday Antarctic which wae approximate ly oclock Wednesday af ewsYork They aWjbringlng back essential papers and put their air planes and much other material it been necessary to leave be hlni Full Confession is Made Exonerating Conald in Brutal Crime REVENGE MOTIVE Akron Suspect Taken to Wooster to Be Questioned 20 AP Melvin four year old Orrvllfe WM beaten to death with a twobyfour on the night of by Charles Wayne county au said Hannah told them In hit third made public Hannahs statement ab solved Earl Conald who had been held for Investiga tion in the ewe but implicated three other among Arthur who had recently been freed from child stealing charges in con nection with Melvins dis and Horst and their Blgle reaujitg letters from friends and Their disappeared from his home 14 months Today Spread Out Too All Says Great Chance for AHTUUU HHISBANB spread yourself out too Brokers give that ad vice when your margin is Real estate den give it when your mortgage Is too Britains empire is spread out a little with its flag all over the as Rudyard Kip ling by the heavy bear In the and the dancing at the CONTRAST France com concentrated country with the thinly spread British Britain lent billions to France in the Now Britain Is hard harassed by high com pelled to pay a dole to millions ot France has a billion on deposit In the United with no has brought in hundreds of thou sands of laborers from Italy and France has the greatest fighting air fleet In the three times as big as that ot any other and British leaders tell you pri vately we must be polite to BRITAIN has Hin dus aad one thin with one Russian to worry her in She has her race troubles in South She wants the biggest navy in the she Is accustomed to having She cant afford ahe can make Uncle Sam do whatever she But France says I will do as I THE drywet fight Congressman head of business concerns in New says he knows no leading finan or man who does not break the Thirtyone chants today completed to cooperate Tuesday for the semi annual day which attracts the Steubenvllle district to Steu benvllle stares twice At a meeting ot the Retail Merchants bureau Gordon Roaenthal was named chairman for the pro gram and Joseph vice An intensive advertising cam paign will he carried on through the remainder of the week and next it was the message of sales day going out in street car ad vertising and by radio announce manager of the chamber of said that the group will ask the safety de partment to relax parking re strictions downtown all day Tues day so that visiting shoppers will find it convenient to drive Into the city and inspect the bargains that merchants are mustering tor The sales day has always proved to be an attraction the city being thronged with shoppers and the usual success is looked for with an even greater sales day merchants Carl new president of the chamber ot commerce yes terday announced his committee Turn to Page Eighteen Former Taxi Driver Shot by Policeman at Pittsburgh is The Did Not Read Entire Pays Fine That seems Bepre sestative Republican Turn to Page Sixteen book was but not the way Miss Esther school Miss Lee had the book when brought before Magistrate Bar ber for failure to have 1980 li cense plates on her She spoke Custom sets March as the date for having If the Evanston laws pish and Custom should outrank She opened the book and read from the writings of the French Montaigne The laws of conscience proceed from The magistrate was He took His eyebrows And reading he I find a pertinent sentiment from the French mathematician Pas which I shall He Montaigne was wrong in declaring that custom ought to be followed simply because it is custom and not because it is reasonable or There senu to be a differ ence of opinion between these but gentle he I must there and in deference to the more recent writings of the Evanston ask yon to pay a fine of William a former taxi was shot to death by a motorcycle policeman during a taxistrike riot at the Baltimore Ohio railroad station here shortly before last driven by nonunion work ers and guarded by deputy were stoned as they were about to leave the Motorcycle policemen said a car in which Drelbhold was riding with three companions sped from the station during the attack and that Motorcycle Patrolman William Harrison fired one shot after the car had narrowly escaped running him down and the driver had re fused to comply with his command to Dreibhold was seen to slump into the seat as the car sped The car later Dreib hold to a hospital where he was The shooting of Dreibhold was the first fatality in weeks of dis order which have punctuated the A deputy serving as a suffered fractures of both and a driver was injured about the head earlier in the day when their machine crashed into a tree after being The tree prevented the car from plunging over a 200foot Warn Against Theft Of Movie Machines to rural schools of Ohio to guard against theft of notion picture projection and musical instruments was is sued today by the state department of The department said that during the past two years motion picture projectors worth approximately bad been taken from schools of They said they believed a gang was operating throughthe 2 James BakeiL formerly of New labeled by police as a mur wanted in several cities for today confessed to eight poison ijaylngs In various parts of the Baker was arrested last night as a robberysuspect In a lonely farmhouse near here it was said by he had been in bid ing tor nearly a Klght Notches A pistol with eight notches carved in the butt was Bach notch represented a It was 1 have a periodical desire to poison human irolDgs and in kill ing them in this manner I derive a certain mental Baker told John assist ant to whom he read ily confessed When this mania seizes me I want to kill the nearest person to he continued This was true in every case except the fellow in New In his case I want ed to test the poison wanted to see if it lost Its strength after being exposed to 1 have noted that nearly all of them I gave the same poison died in a similar Turn to Page Eighteen To Take 21 Days ta Antarctic expedition ts to require about 21 days Aiwta tfoy aaeed on tinw year tMjfWedi lions ship City of tt reach Dunedln from Uw tale at Little The headed by Rear Admiral Richard Byrd and in cluding its personnel sci mechanics and expert dog team drivers left the United States late in The little fleet consisted of the barque City of New the steamer Eleanor and the whaler The equipment of the expedition including all fitted with skis for use on Polar A powerful shortwave several smaller portable a gasolinedriven power porta ble machine shop equip doga and sleds together with fuel and fbod to supply the company of 42 men for 18 months were The expedition arrived at the Ross ice miles from New after a stormy voyage of 44 The party established a base on the ice barrier on January which was early in tha AntArctic Turn to Page Eighteen Bearded Froth Wins Beauty Prize 20 AP Seemingly standing back A its recent editorial as sertion that all California co eds are the Daily Call student an nounced today Patsy husky freshman who is troubled ifla victory could not openly challenged although were heard from the feminine contingent that all was not as it should have Cast in lota of more than votes were polled for while his nearest ri Miss Marian received a paltry WOMAN IS SANE DRY DECIDES DIES Hoover Takes Hand In Power Controversy Hoover took a hand in the federal power contmisslon Con troversy today by urging Senator to push legislation making the power commission a permanent Spring Temperature Recorded in City rpEMlEHATUKBB c 11 m b I steadily for two reach ed a maximum of 72 above zero at one oclock today at the city filtration The minimum reading at the filtra tion plant during last night was 46 same as at the dam at I oclock this At 12 the temperature at the dam was 46 ASK GOVERNOR FOR SNOOK STAY Attorneys Seeking Delay to Give Highest Court Chance to Act LATE NEWS BULLETINS 29 School Boards Meet Here Friday Twentynine boards of educatieQ in Jefferson county will be repre sented at the annual allday meet ing of boards to be held in the Wells Ugh school auditorium be ginning at 10 oclock Friday morn More than 160 are expected to state and George state rural school will be present and will address the board mem bers OB state aid ia UM POPE PIUS MOW UWCLB Flos ts BOW grand Hit Maria PeriacneUst VgoUai gave Mrtn to girl The child will be named Matte the feminine form of PLAN TO PROBE BANK GROUPS investigation Into chain branch banking will be started by the house banking com mittee next Secretary Mellon or one of his eomptroUer of the ae the first SAYS CLEVBLAHD DRIPPINO WBT former swslstant aecretary of of Mid today before the bouoe judiciary that the people of Ohio city were over nbelmlflgly wet TO INVRemOATB GOAL DEFOWT8 resolntton to direct the fed eral trade commission to Investigate the ownership and control of coal deposits In the United States WM Introduced today by Representative HNOOK APPEAL RECORD CERTIFIED Heba clerk of Ohio supreme today said that be bad certified records of the appeal of James Snook to UM United Mspretae court last night WHEAT MARKET GOBS bOWBR AOAIK selling which more than oroe attained avalanche headway ptanged the wheat market repeat edly today into lower for the fourth Season lovprtee records both Cor wbeat aad com went Into eclipse wltti wheat about IZfce a bushd dotsp from last weeks top point and about Me tinder the beet figures for the WOULD PROBE SENATORIAL VOTE KXPBXSE8 of a senate com to investigate campaign expenditures at to the aaproarMnff primaries and election was Broprnwd In a need today by Senator BULLETIN A Cooper today denied James Snook a stay of execution from bis death sentence for the slaying of Theora Us coed for James H former Ohio State unlversi ty professor now under sentence to die in the electric chair at Ohio penitentiary February today asked Governor Cooper for a 80 day stay of execution to permit the United States supreme court to act on his The application for a stay was made in a letter to the governoi which was signed by Arthur C Cincinnati Rlcketts Columbus and Arthur Spiegel former Cincinnati municipal judge as counsel for Governor Cooper said he proba bly would act on the request some time The letter stated that the United States supreme court does not con vene until February and that 1 will be impossible to present thi case before the date set for Dr Snooks Snook was convicted of thi first degree murder of Mhs Theora his coed last Jun The Ohio supreme court had affirmed the Rum Runners Caught By Cadiz Policeman what he believed ws rum car entering last night Patrolman Don Johns took short cut through the town an halted the machine as It starts towards New Search c the machine revealed a cargo ot 7 gallons of The driver and a companlo who gave their names as Mik Thomas and Mike Beusle of Lans were arrested ou transpor tattoo charges sod will get a hear Ing today before Mayor Guy Price The It is transported from Faint i Hangmans WILL FILJS APPEAL ouhd sane by a jury in superior ourt Eva 62 rear old today waited the death cell of the Aritona tate clinging to only faint ope that an appeal will spare her rom mounting the gallows tomor She was of the laying in 1027 of ged Tucson One Loophole Only one loophole remained hrough which she may escape be ng the first woman to die on an Aricoaa Advised that he Jury was divided in Its verdict 9 to attorneys for Dugan irepared an appeal to the state toard of pardons and ng reconsideration of a recent re use to commute the death sen tence to life Two members of the board said hey could see no reason to inter calm and smiling as she heard prison officials and phy sicians testify to belief that she was became extremely nervous when the state produced witnesses to dispute the defense She left the courtroom 4at a but returned to hear the verdict which affirmed her death She shifted slight ly in her but otherwise dls Turn to Page Eluhtonn Italians Involved According to the statement made by Hannah to th offi he had artanfced with two Akron Tony Patch and Charles Tnita come to Orrville and they had placed the childs body in tho rumble eeat of the Akron mens automobile after trig child Wai stttuek He the Italians were to eeive the dead or to the confejslov Full ftxt of ttanAahg Says Man Can Neck His Wife In Dark Mode to bring to garage on the fWs properfijyn Orrville where and TOppld had parked an automobile in which they had been carrying liquor from Hannah said that tht motive for the killing that T iratM It was Just a grudge I and the Ar nolds had against the that is against toy Hated Marsha In the itatement Hannah uld that he and the Arnolds had thought Melvln was the son of 8w who at that was shal of Orrville and who ha mid kept watching me and the Arnolds in the boose making Hannah said that hi placed vlns body in a sack and car ried It to the rumbU seat of the Akron mens automobile but tM de clared he did not then know wheth er Melvln was dead or Conald fled from the garage when Melvin was struck down and was not aware of arrange made by Hannah and the others to do away with the Hannah Hannah said he did not mean to kill Melvln but intended only to stun him and turn him over to the Akron men to finish the He said that Arthur Arnold had to do with the Hannah said ho later told and Junior just what occurred and told Junior He shouldnt toll on and that he should tall on Ar Boy Chitt Wltoem Juvior Hannah was tha states principal witness to tba proteeu Turn to frage High teen The right of a man and his wife to be demonstratively af fectionate in the gloom of a movie theater has been given triumphant vindication by a Chi cago Petor and Ruby man and had gone to the Craw ford theater and while there did engage in what has come to even In courts of There is a certain group of citizenry which frowns on such and tha first thing the Dogerts knew the man agement had pasted the word along that the Dogerts must never darken the door of tha theater Dogert sued thetheater and got a judgment of which was sat She sued agate and yesterday the Jury awardad her Tha management professed It self unaware that and Ru by were man and wife bat as far as that concerned Pater and Ruby have yot no defi nite information that the lovers of the scram who neck in a big way for all to are Thek attorney said as YANKEE PILOT SETS NEW MARK Lee Schoenhalr Snatches Airplane Speed Record From British W weight of 2204 i pilot for thelOoodrics Hal pany of Akron today efttb fished a new world airplane speed record over kilometer Flying his white streamlined ae averaged miles an 1 This exceeded by IMl a hour the former reeoriT miles an hour fcf Broad of Great Immediately after the new established new SL 600 kilograms ow a 600 Jdlometer set out   

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