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   Record-Argus, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1928, Greenville, Pennsylvania                              t EVENING RECORD Stoneboro Citizen THE RECORD ARGUS JAMESTOWN WORlJft 1 58 EIGHTIETH 94 COiMPLKTK ASSOCIATED PRESS IJEASED W1HB REPORT APRIL FULL MARKET REPORTS NEWS OF THE WORLD ESTABLISHED 1848 FAHER MAY CUT COAL RATES TO MEET SOUTHERN FIELDS FLYERS PLAN ROUND TRIP 10 EQUALIZE No Hasty Action to Be Taken in Matter of Meeting Com petition of MANY LEADING ROADS FIGURE IN DISCUSSION and New Central Make Known Their Stand By Associated Freie April sugges I tion of the Lake Kate committee of tho Pittsburgh coal operators that It lie New York Pennsylva 1 nia and Baltimore Ohio railroads I reduce lake cargo coal rates to meet I the cut made by southern will I be given careful consideration by the the committee was advised I by telegraph today by the railroad Daniel of the said I Wo appreciate fully the situation I created by reduction of coal rates in southern The questions In ere so serious and I far reaching that I do not think we I should take hasty A meet I ing with southern railway execu I tives is being arranged for next I week and until that conference has I been held I do not think It would be advisable to change the existing You may feel sure Tve are just as deeply Interestedin I having this question settled right its you can 1 hope some equitable J and satisfactory basis of adjustment I may bw found and we will maKe J every possible effort to bring about such an adjustment at the earliest I possible of the Pcnnsyl said we thoroughly appre Iciate the importance of this situation lund the matter is Binder active con New Yoork fully appreciate situation of Pittsburgh operators but it is dif ficult at the moment to determine Ijust what remedy can be 1fhe matter will have careful consld In its telegram to the railroad ex the committee urged for an immediate lago cargo reduction to protect the lake traffic you should Ion joy from Pittsburgh district coal ICoach of Sharon Girl Team to Leave Post Sharon Child is Killed by Car V Theodore Runs in Front of Machine of Lewis i April dore aged whose parents reside at 7 Curtis was Instant ly killed at oclock yesterday af ternoon when he dashed n front of an automobile driven by Lewis of at the corner of North Water avenue and Andrew Witnesses stated that boy was rolling a hoop on the sidewalk before tho and that the hoop rolled Into the Tho boy dashed out from behlng a parked car In an ef fort to retrieve tho and ran directly Into the path of tho death Witnesses absolved Barnes from blame In tho Coroner William McGrath IK con ducting an but has not yet decided Jf an inquest Is tobo Rauschenberg Confident of Plan foiv Airplane After Visiting Detroit Show Carl Rauschenberg has returned from whore he at tended tho opening three days of the first National Aircraft show evel held in this Rauschen bers states that he believes more than ever that the design he has chosen for the airplane he plans building this summer is the proper Rauschenberg gave an Inter esting account of the aircraft which is attracting capacity There are 81 airplanes of various modsls on most of them from American Rauschenberg brought back with him a set of landing gear which he will uso on his He also has decided otjfmotor which he can be se sixcylinder radial type Roberts motor pf 120 horse Whllo In Detroit Rauschenbertf met a number of interesting people in the aviation He held a longconversation with William head of tho aircraft division of the Ford Motor Stbut said that at present the com pany was confining Its production to the large model two of which were being produced each week without supplying the Ed die the holder of the worlds endurance flight record of over 53 was another interest ing person with whom enberg came in White at the enow Rauschen berg was given a ride in small plane known as tho which is manufactured in He said this plane was the hit of the show among tho smaller and the machine gave him confidence in the one he plans to construct for himself this as the two wore practically of the same design with the exception that ESCORT BRE9IEIC New April Twelve army planes wore as signed today to escort tho transatlantic monoplane Bre men to New York next Nino plahes from Mltchel field and three from Boiling will meet tho Bremen far outside the probably at and escort it to Its landing The same group of planes part In tho welcom flying over a re ception to the Bremen crew In the harbor and over the wel coming April hfa wju haye an opfin body Vgnes coach of the Sharon High school girls basketball team since has resigned her teaching position to enter Columbia Univers lily this Miss Flinn has been successful with the Sharon In 1II26 thoy won the na liionul championship and In 1827 won 14 straight losing out to in the na Itlonal Man Hit by Car April known throughout the county itu a is in Buhl hospital with a fractured arm and HS result of his stopping in front i if a car at Masury as he dismount BRIEF FLASHES OF THE WORLD NEWS By Anaoclntnd Prft85 New April crim inal commission today reported it found sane Cecil Clyde for mer army under indictment or tho murder of Mary McLean In the Grand Hotel last February Campbell will probably po to trial within a few April of every family In Chicago will br given the privilege of subscribing each to insure the success of the worlds jd from a bus there lust lie I fair in 1333 under present plans of Is expected to the enrollment ECISION ON GREENVILLE BUS SERVICE NOT YET LEARNED HERE IJilney and Call and Demand 11JY1 UHO 1 Certificate Meets Some Ob by H u It will probably be several weeks otore the result Of the Public Ser vice Commissions hearing on tho liruposed Jitney and call and demand Inis service 1or Greenville is hearing on the application of prominent Greenville Contractor who proposes to start the was held in the City on Considerable opposition was filed the proposed The Erie and Pennsylvania ralldoads objected to both the call and demand and the pltney although it is be Jlevpd thoy may withdraw their ob jections U a private agreement can reached with which Blake and of who oper ates a bus line to nearby ob jected to both of the proposed ser while who operates a local taxi objected to tho jit ney Both of the men wero present at the Witnesses for Young Included Floyd KIton John Ciibsori anil Hubert with John Youngproposes to establish a halfhour schedule to tako in Xorth and South Main Mer cer street and Columbia for a tencent He has an option1 on a large bus and would be pre pared to establish service within a few days after his charter waa The call arifi demand ser vice would be for private parties to HOLD MAN FOR MANSLAUGHTER IN WOO BAIL Masury Committed to Jail After Accident Which Killed Hubbard Ot of was committed to jail today in default of ball on a manslaughter chcarge growing out of the death of Orlando HubUard gasoline station Cffle will be tried in the Trumbull county The young man Is said by police to have confused to being the driv er of the car which struck the gano lina pump In front of Boyers Kta tion about 11 oclock last Saturday jumped on the running board of the coupo when Offle failed to stop after tho Just how Boyer fell from tho car is not Offle IH said to dony having pushed him from tho running but admits that ho opened tho floor of tho car and that this might have caused him to Boyor re ceived a fractured skull when Ktruck the tho Injury ulllng In bin ieath at a Youngs town Offlo IH mild liy pollen la have told them that ho turned Into tho gasoline station to turn iironiirl when a rail road orofslng ahead was blocked by i la turning Into tho drlvo way lift struck tho ho He also denied being and de clares that ho was tho only occup ant of the machine although first ports had It that he was accompanied by one or two other Oflo Bald ho borrowed the machine from a although pollen aro investigating tho report that the lie plates on tho death car were Ktolen from a resident at TRY EAST OF ATLANTIC German Monoplane to Be First to Make Round Trip Over Is WILL TAKE SIX OR SEVEN DAYS TO REPAIR First Authentic Pictures Are Brought from Scene by Plane Lake April By Canadian presn staff correspond German monoplane Bre men will bo flown from New York to making the first round trip flight over tho Atlantic Captain Koohl told tho Canadian press correspondent before tho lat tors departure from Greenly Island for Murray The correspondent arrived hero Koohl told the correspondent that would take six or seven days af ter tho receipt of spare parts bofortt the Bremen could put In shape to leave Greenly piano on which the reporter returned from the Island first news reel plotteres to tw made of the damaged plane since It Jinded utter its ocean flight a week ago By Aaioclittocl Lake April Weather forecasts promising fairer skies than ruled Major James copilot of tho German monooplane here to receive repair parts for that plane now dumnged on Greenly Is hopes to start baok to tha re lief of his German comrades tomor The arrival of tlm EVrd allmetal trlmotoied plane from Detroit la tha only holdback at for aboard it are to bo placed the noceis Rnry parts and tools to repair the Bremen In which the Ba ron von Huencfeld and Captain Hermann hope to fly to New York Monday or Tuesday along witti The Iford piano Is In charge of Floyd Bennett and Bernt both experienced in Arctto and each of whom was a member of tho Commander Byrd transAtlan tic Just u week has elapsed elnco the Junkers piano alighted on the loo at the Crioenly Inland lighthouse In so brolcis through to Buffer tho dnmaRo now holding It back from completing tlio Mltchel Field At hat time tho propolW wan badly tho undercarriage flam ed and tho tall skid filnco then JVoHt has ruined one or tho hugo AH thoso parts nrn to be transported to Greenly Iiilnnd and It has born slated tho repairs xvonld not require nny considerable length of tlmo to bo high pressure fuol usod In tho IH nlfo awaiting tho ar rival of thn Korr pin no to bo carrlod to tho stranded Continued on paga 8 AS CANADIAN PILOT RESCUED IRISH OCEAN FLYER Photo shows tho arrival at Seven after rescue in tho plane Duke Ca nadian of Commandant Fames Irish member of tho German crew manningthe Bre which was forced down at Greenly off Schiller to tho second from the right In tho Arrow Indicates M RESCUE PILOT Greenville Men Get Fine Catch of Trout Thompson and Byron McQueen returned yesterday af ternoon from a threeday fishing trip in Potter and brought wltlv thorn a string of DG nlco measuring up to 11 This Is considered a fine for weather condi tions woro far from ideal for tho On Tuesday Z Inches of snow fell near where they wore fish spoiling most of tho The was cold rest of the tho streams are high therefore tho two fishermen advise their brothers to watt a few days foro tryfng their They that thero are lots of trout in tho Cinnanmhon ing in which thoy were Several other parties of ex perienced flshormon mado good catches in that they re One party of four men hud a catch of 125 in two two of the trout measuring 15 inches in NO TAX RAISE WILL FOLLOW BOND ISSUES Borough Finances in Such Shape That Incinerator and Disposal Plant Will Be Easy Fred Denies Any Knowledge of Affair is Is Held in AUTHORITIES REVBNGB AS y Youth Said to Have Complete Confession to trict Attorney Frod of 83 North and his son 15 of were held tor eoHirt day afternoon by Squire charged with three eouhttj In with the damage dp to tho Marirarot Brown school build on Wednesday AfcriHpl Tho three are wilfully maliciously and entering the West Bide school injuring and 4 steam boiler to the value of and conspiring together destroy the The charges were prepared District Attorney IM ottd wore preferred at the hearlnjr Chief of Police OT mode lnpladev charges M3WSfc Commandant James of tho jlrlsh Free State air snappedwith his rescue Canadian as the two landed at Seven after flying from Greenly oft whore Captain Koohl and Baron von Huonofald wore forced down on their transatlantic attempt In the Bre and where tho two Germans remained to repair tho Jfltz maurlco is on extreme with Schiller to FLYERS FIRST OFFICIAL WELCOME Jeweler Buys Block April Frank local today announced tho purchase of tho Htatn Htrcet block In which tho Marathon restaurant is What his plans aro were not Borough officials today answered Inquiries concerwlng tho result of ihrt bond issue which will be voted mi In Greenville by stating In certain termH that tho bonds can bo retired from existing tax without an In crme of tho towns approval of tho two projects which the borough has loomed nec essary to tho cleanliness of tho It has been stated whllo the Konoral public Is believed to have rec ognized the need for tho two pro plant and rtlspoptil plant thnt nomo objection a tnx ralsa at thin or any future tlmo might bo With Etiranon that an In taxes will Iw It In bnllnved that tho measure will be grnotod with an overwhelming approval of thn While tho actual debt of tho bor ough Is but outsldo of the bonded dnbt of balance which In now being paid nerioun It IH realized that tho towns finances aro in excfllont shape PENN HIGH GETS FOURTH PLACE IN COUNTY COMMERCIAL CONTEST HELD AT GROVE CITY would not furnish competition with outoftown Peim lllyli schools conimnrclal students unnrxpil fourth plurm In thu held ut Grove to word from tlm national where the papers have been correct Of the four tpums Sharon won first place with seven first four seconds and one Farrcll was second with two first fivo four thirds and tW9 fjrciiivlllo look but inn first two MciionilM itnd two thirds In Those for Greenville were May who curried off first honors for CSrfien vlllo in tho sfcondyeur typewriting Blanche Pfaff In business and In secondyear shorthand wore tho winners of second while Mar ion Bush In firstyear urul Margaret Harris In firstyear type tool thlra Tba competition In each wan and according to word of tho tho jiapern bordered closely on oach other for tho choice of lend Tho winners of tho first places in all contests will bo glvon un oppor tunity to attend a national contest to be held latter In It Is not known how many schools will tuko advantage of tho but In any Miss McCurdy will be the only one eligible to repreoent Greenville hitfh First of the many official welcomes for Commandant Jumps Captain Herman Koohl and Baron von uftor tholr nuccessful transatlantic to Greenly oft It shown tho mayor of Sovon with Fitx at Seven shortly after tho latter arrived In tho res cue piano of Duko After greeting tho Ifitzmaurloo waa onn up on tho Gorman flyers In tho matter of us thoy remained on Greenly island to repair their Firtmaurlco is wav ing his tiOJJB that ho was at another Wednesday ovenlngr age waa chose to believe tho canfeAidiS i Epworth League Gives Minstrel The Epworth League of the First Methodist pre sented their minstrel show In Frank lin last night at the First Methodist church show was en thusiastically received by a large au About 3D or 40 persona made tho trip to The same show waa successfully given In Orocnvllle on March with a chorus of 15 persons and an orchestra of ten It la plan nod to give tho same performance in several nearby and It Is like ly that the show will be repeated In Greenville the near a number of requests having been re ceived for a repeat AT THE HOSPITAL Paul Artman underwent an oper ation this Raymond Bronder had his tonsils removed this Bake Sole Saturday morning at Packard Ward ware by fc West April The fortieth death tin result of a hall explosion hero last Frl duy night occurred toiluy when Kl bnrt of died of He was a son of newspaper Indial April 20 Magistrate Davis was stabbed to death day by a as and wouldhold court where he woutd tiave portunlty to prove an Tho father was held tor of which could not The for juvenile being Undq years of The fathers trial not take place until the June 1 of 1C Is an the jury for this term completed Its tions SAY lUSyiDNGB MfOTlVE Police state that rovengo on X janitor of the West building and attendance officer tho Greenville was the tlvo of the and that thoy can present evidence that both the fath er and son had sworn to get with Officers state that some sonuv neighbors of the Burns hod had son arrested because of trouble with another The rest was mado by and the father of the boy was flJ thoy Since that time it claimed that both the father and ijwi boy have sworn to get blowing up the Because of this and former troti blo tho father and son were od of complicity In the flulot Investigation by County tlvo and Chief of Police Barber gave additional confirmation to tho and tho boy was arrested on Wednesday night Main The fathers arreaV camo Ho was questioned for several hours on Wednesday evenlns and gave a rather Incoherent account of A the according to the Ho so ledge of the details that it was be 1 loved ho was and signed In the fprm questions and was ed from him by the district attorney yesterday According to the boys theyll entered the schoolhouse and 0 oclock on Wednesday even going In through the cool dow and from there into the nace The boy thoy had started up the on tho hot water and in thereby breaking the furnaCaff J and also how they bad en the window in a door sacked several rooms in i Ice bestc Regular Brick 30c bulk 86c Cornei Kace and Cllntonj Phone   

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