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   Record-Argus, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1928, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                t IflrJfF L EVENING RECOUP Stoneboro Citizen EIGHTIETH 96 HE RECORD ARGU COMPLETK ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRE REPORT Sbbattte JAMESTOWN WORI MONDAY APRIL 1928 i MAUKKT KKPORTS NEWS OF THE WORLD GO TO POLLS ESTABLISHED It WOMAN SERIOUSLY HURT BY BURNS IN HOME LITTLE HOPE HE DOR Ralph of West Main in Criti cal Condition WALKED PAST OPEN HEATER YESTERDAY Clothing Catches and Neighbor Extinguishes It Body Badly Ida Belle wife of Rahph Thompson of 25 West Main Is In the Greenville hospital only a slight chance for recov ery as a result of burns which she sustained in her home at oclock yesterday nr wero ueatroyca a according to ot tne remamlng bulldmg8 Quake Fatal to Many in Greece At Least 30 Killed During Last 24 Hours of By Associated Press April least thirty persons were killed and heavy material damage caused In a series of earthquakes which have been shaking central Greece during the last 24 the heaviest damage being In the town of Corinth and More than twenty separate varying In were felt over the Reports from Corinth stated 20 persons were killed there and that the In spent the whole night in the The local power house was destroyed and the town was In Further deaths were feared as a complete checkup was virtually Impossible In the At least 80 per cent of the houses hi Corinth were destroyed and many walked near a small open gas when the flames from the stove caught her dress She rushed out of the with the flames enveloping her A noticed her plight and seizing a rug from the smothered the flames by wrapping it about the She was carried Into the where she was given medical attention and subsequently taken to the hospital Thompson was badly burned about the hardly any spot es caping the flames which consumed most of her clothing from her per Her face was not seriously although her what Thompson was alone when the accident Thomp son was attending services at the Methodist church at vthe and a young adopted son was also out of the arriving home a few moments Thompson was summoned at the and was also called this morning from his work for the a dangerous The prison Members of the American school who have been excavating the city of old which was destroyed by an earthquake in 1858 and lies three miles from the new are believed to be Old Corinth was a historic city of ancient In a neighboring watering place from ten persons were known to have All the hotels were WEAR FOR VISITORS Tho fact that Peter Ghlates and Louis Greenville are now visiting In has led to considerable alarm for their safety as a result of the earthquakesshaklng parts of that country over tho There has been no definite word that the section which they intended to visit is among the stricken villages of and it is problematical whether or not either has reached his avowed friends here havo received word from Louis Poolos from and it is believed that he may now ba in who pre ceded is expected to have reached his destination some time Pennsylvania Power com STATE VOTE TO BE IMPORTANT liy Associated Press April Voters of New Cases of Scarlet Greene Scarlet fever has again broken out in the vicinity of the Dowling school in Greene there being two and possibly three new cases of tho disease Thp Dowlingschool has been closed twice this year be cause of scarlet and it is now likely to be the last school in the county to close for the as there are still about 21 days need ed to complete the eight months of It is not that It will be necessary to close the school for the latest It was closed for one and per IlodR on the former Mabel daughter ot and Byron and Ralph Mc son of and Ross are the latest victims of the Another sont in the McBroom Is but tho case has not yet been diagnosed as scarlet This makes a total of nine famil ies in the Dowling school district jllvered wMoVi tinira while the which have been attacked by tho dis in one or more members of the family since the epidemic started several months this state will go to the polls tomor row to select their candidates for delegates to the National Conven United States repre sentatives in state treas auditor judge of the state senators and representatives in the state legisla interest centers about the contests for delegatesatIarge I the D 1 L Democratic National Convention bej at 111161 cause of the flght thaf has been In progress between supporters of Gov ernor Alfred of New for and those opposerl to his There are a number of contests for district delegates on the same Both Democratic and Republican delegates will go to the convention The contest for the Republican nomination for congress from the 16th District between Cornelia Bryce wife of tho former and Congressman Louis has attracted much A vigorous campaign was carried o every section of the dis trict bj the Pinchot and McFadden This contest and several other dis trict and local fights have overshad owed In Interest the contest for ttio Republican nomination for United States United States Sena tor David Reed two William Negro Philadelphia and William JAILBREAK IS FRUSTRATED A plan to saw their way to free dom on the of Harry and Ed ward confined in the Mercer jail on charges of breaking and en tering a store with intent to commit a carrying concealed wea pons and having In their possession burglary was nipped in the bud when a letter intended for a confederate on the outside fell into the hands The letter was addressed to a man named and stated that If ho wanted to make some easy money ho would be paid to place sev eral hack saws inside the grating on ono of the window sills of the The letter stated that he would be met In Sharon by a woman who would come to Mercer with and that there would be no risk in carry Ing out the The hour fixed for tho delivery of the saws was 11 oclock at Tho letter was written by one of tho Who the confederate on the out side Is orthe woman in the case Is not It was evidently the plan to get Into tho range through opening1 made by the sawing of bars of the cage some months ago and then attempt to saw through the grating over the win dow where the saws were to be de This grating Is tool RELIEF PLANE LANDS PARTS RELIEF PLANE SPEEDS RESCUE OF GERMAN FLYERS Balchen and Major Fitzmau rice Land After 500Mile Trip from Seven CARRY SUFFICIENT REPAIR MATERIAL Landing New Propeller and Other Necessities Reach Stranded grating is When the letter fell Into tho sher iffs hands he at onco took steps to have the pair removed from the When they pleaded guilty recently they were informed by tho Court jthat they would be sentenced on To Install Officers Ionday April 30 sentence day for this term of Beta Beta the honorary bio logical fraternity at Thlel will hold an annual ban quet on Tuesday April at which Robert chair man of the department of zoology of the University of will be tho honorary The installa tion of the newlyelected officers for next year will bo Chester Law son of a Sophomore at unexpectedly brought Into court on Friday Judge MoLaughry sentenced when them to serve two years and six months to 5 years in the Western Peniten No time was lost in having tho commitments made out and they were at onco taken to that institu Tho couple are considered a pair of smooth criminals and no chances were taken with them while In the be the new presi dent of the Later in the evening 1 lanco custody of Sheriff will give a accompanied by still and moving pictures of insect i SheakleVville the Science hall at Tho public is cordially Invited to One Jood Term Deserves Another The things Mercer county ap proves and stands for wero support ed by Assemblyman Marslellrr In the last session of the Limber has been located in Government service at New Yopk Gets Important Post Donald son of nnd of has been appointed pathologist of ho resarch Bureau ot He Kvory issue sponsored by tho host has already entered upon his citizenry of Mercer county received Harrisburg his neither have carried on any vigorEvery request for Information or where he has been patholo ous statewide campaign and Repubinquiry from constituents In tho Inspector of the HJs 1 lean leaders feel Reeds nomination j tine of a legislators duty waswork there attracted tho attention to be William promptly and carefully gtven atten of tho Washington officials and his of Pittsburgh Is unopposed for the j promotion was recently Democratic nomination for United He gave material aid and his best followed by his transfer to the nat States efforts to further the Pyrriatunlrig dam project and If returned will ho Ho is a graduate of Ohio State in exceptionally good through where ho also did postgraduate acquaintannce with members und His bearingthe rath procodure gained last to be er formidable titlo of KiiBiirluin especially useful in forwarding the Monllformu In Relation to Diseases uuceess of this enterprise HO vital to of was considered so valuu Ralph Chiropodist and orthopedic who ifi a recent graduate of Illinois College of of who has an in Sandy will be In rreen villa to 5 at Hotel Rlv TuesdaJ Thursday and Sat urday of this Can relieve you of your foot for Call 505 a23lt Read George Grahams Letter the prosperity of Mercer He stands on his rwvurd and his vote on public questions this record is the guarantee and promise for the Return Marsteller for another term he deserves ixHtcr ne deserves to the voters of Mercer County on MarstellerfqrAssembly ble by Stover of the university that he procured It and had it print ed in the Ohio Journal of Science in It has been the subject of attention and compliment on part of a number of in cluding noted Investiga tor and author respecting diseases of April Canadian Ford relief plane carry ing spare parta to the marooned transatlantic monoplane Bremen landed on Qreenly Island the Marconi The piloted by Bornt Bal chen and Major James Irish member of tho crew flew from seven almost 500 miles Tho plane left Detroit Friday morning and reached Lake Ag nes in one 800mlles In about nine Floyd In charge of the fell ill there of pneumonia and was taken to a hospital In Balchen pushed on yesterday to Seven 1s The plane canled a both ski and wheel landing gear and various other parts for tho Bremen as well as a supply of who flow out to civi lization to get aid for his German Baron von Huenefeld and Capt also packed Into the re lief plane clothing and smoking materials for the marooned With Balchen and Pltzmaurice In tho piano on the final leg of Its flight wero a Junkers mechanic to help in reconditioning tho damaged In landing after the ocean flight a week ago last a New York newspaper Seven April the Canadian Ford re lief plane hopped off from Seven Islands for Greenly Island Tho plane Is carying fuel nnd re pairs for the damaged Bremen and a well stocked larder so the German flyers might havo a change of The ship was piloted by Bernt Bal with James Fltzmaur copilot and Irish member of the transAtlantic as a I The aviators ware forced down here yesterday after flying from Luke Floyd who flew tho relief plane to Murray from De was takon to a hospital at Quebec by airplane suffering from Commander Richard with whom Bennett flew to the North Pole two years went to Quebec from Boston to bo at Ben netts Clarence backed by the New York1 Daily plans to fly tnttn to Murray After speedingrepair parts to tho German transatlantic plane Bremen At Orianly Island ott Labra the Ford trlmotored relief plane from shown above as It appeared while preparing to take will accompany the Bremen to New if plans work out Also shown are Barnt and Floyd flying the relief snapped as they began their hazardous Court Opens at Mercer Today Bombing Case at Farrell First on Docket in Court Room 1 This Weekv April April term of criminal court opened today with Judge MoLaughry presiding In Court Room and Judge Ilildabrand of Law rence county in Court Room Tho latter IB assisted by Ralph Lawrence clerk of District Attorney Leo McKay la assisted by Robert Gllkey in the prosecution ot the trial list The first called before MoLaughry was that of Fronlc CAt pano of Farrell a ehrfrge of bombing and a charge ot which ho was convicted a year but a new trial granted of tho statute of limitations in connec tion with tho bombing Counsel for Capano today moved that tho arson chargebo dropped since it was alleged to be a part of the bombing charge which has boon necessarily dropped due to tho limitations Tho cane grow out of tho bombing at tho home of Burgess Fred of Farrell on Since the defendant was not brought to trial until more than tho permitted two years had elapsed and trial was granted on this Fish was tho first witness call od this testifying that flta followed the bombing and thus sus taining the arson against The court overruled the motion to quiuih the arson guilty opemtlS7oarwWirunder road near therailroad crowlnglbout the Influence of liquor the case 3 oclock yesterday la of Overtoil charged witr believed hat a car occupied by tten wa stnken up before Judgo neth Brookway and another James ACCIDENTS ON HIGHWAYS ARE MAMNDAY Heaviest Toll Motor ing Results None Prove Tho weekend resulted In tho larg est number of automobile yet to be reported this year and serve oa a warning that spring and Its mot oring dangers While a number ot oars wore none of the occupants were LIGHT VOTE EXPECTED MAN Pi Greenville and Mercer 4 on Bond Issues as Feature Meroer County tomorrow to make party e national alt ed States Judge of Kuperlor la atate auditor state Republican oomtaitti members of the comity In addition to Meroer borough and will Special tatw their ot In tho Iwuftoalli for the building of an ant and 19 sum asked la pose of building tor and 1 age disposal Tho primary oil thin county Douglas Peabody and BUNAWAT HORSE A runaway homo about noon on Saturday caused some ex citement on Main The driven by of North Diamond Is said to have become frightened whllo near tho Bcs somor at some of tho machinery used In tho power lino construction The animal ran to the cor ner of Race whore ho collided with a Loodom nnd Worrall truck which was Just turning tho Tho ani mal suffered a out on tho leg which required a but Qulnn HOLD FOUR IN LIQUOR CASES Grove April man accidentally struck Poabody ear with the rear bumper as j It was attempting to The Pea light was thrown against a culvert and then rolled over Into The top was entirely all of the windows being broken and the car otherwise Peabody escaped with only a slight cut on the Baker suffered some Four arrests on liquor charges wero minor outs on the arm made here by County Detective Sam Tho Jamestown roadwas the soeno IxiyHhook and squad of six another accident on Saturday stables on Saturday Four raids were made and a considerable quantity of wine and beer was the household goods for seven ported The truck Is said to be tho Joe Zicardl and Joe Banana the Bolhl Transfer com od to tho charges at a hear night A largo moving van from tho there are ten publican Greenville a Wheatlflndt Wfi From thts large order of two will selected 01 in whteh in W virtually meant The arid have not entered acompJeU or vfwJt on BRIEF FLASHES OF THE WORLD NEWS By Associated April motion was filed toduy asking that Bay to await tho coming of tho Brejthe court of appeals sit at an extra men and then accompany It to New I ordinary session June 4 to hoar ar i Tho distance between Seven Islgulnonts on of Itobert ands and Greenly Island Is 500 SULLIVAN TO HEAD TENNIS Rooort Tubey local ath was unanimously chosen to lead Thlels comeback tennis Al though Tuby has been badly handi capped tho past two years due to a spinal Injury suffered In he dttclaifs hirnsnlf fit for tennis thn way the rangy veteran IK covering tho court is a good sign that hn has regained his old Since the sport has boon dormant last two thero wnro nn letter men from whom to choose a captain or form tho backbone of this years Thus Loebs must choose his team from mon who havo had no previous collegiate Captain Sullivan vvlll play in tho doubles and ponaibly will play a Mingles match now and then it his health contiiiuoH lo improve It has In tho patit few Hulllvan was a coholder of tho Mercer county doubles bhumplunshlii In im well as Ixj 11 IK crowned Junior cliani plori of NorthwfBtern Pennsylvania at a tournament held at Cunneuut Lake at which the defending cham pion did not defend his In addition to Coach Loebs Is depending on Stewart from un order remand Ing him to custody of the April Idle for eight tho Darr mlnr along tho Youghlogheriy river will resume operations Officials of tho PittHhiirgh Coal company an nounced Coal mined at Darr will bo hauled underground to the Banning 1 April ities today continued their search along tho Miami River for the wreckage of an airplane nr niitomo following discovery of three bo dies floating in the river yes April vnr dlet of guilty was relumed today against five election board ofllcerw of tho twentieth fifth who wore tried for Irregularities nnd ing beforo Squire and wore Tne drlxop he had held for court under Two gotten off tho road during the severe other Domlnlck Montelone and rain of Saturday whon a pasM Loonard Duglstlno are to be arraignIng car had orowdcd him toward od later Thiel Play to Tho soft dirt at tho edge ot i tho road had pulled the truck Tho van was righted yesterday whon It was discovered chief Items of selection Infill oratla party will the i egates to tho national Guy only Meroor oountlbn iji a alternate Notwithstanding the large candidates for primary campaign has quiet most of the candidates p a small stir of palgn has provided tittle3 comfort to and at of the ten Republican candidate believed In various quartern almost an equal upon tho vote cast In the cojin1 A light vote has been for various reasons In tho absence of a SnOW BackStage thatneither the truck nor Its con tents had boon appreciably Speoch Department of ThielIt continued on Its way this morn xIMgn will present a The by George Kelly at tho High Nnool auditorium on Frl 6ny April at Tho piny under the direction of head of tho Hpenoh Whon tho play was produced In Now dramatic crlllf of Theater nald of it A hilarious burlesque on tho ot forts of amateur actors tho second act IB worth any Tho play IK the Ntory ot Duro nn illustrious example of an arnalnur director of In tho first act she Is derating her hcarnal thn night beforo tho actual The part of 1amplnelll In played by Augus ta Kho carried It off with nil HIP Miivolr falro of a lover of art for artw TTio part of Iaula UlUor will be played by Mlns Tulle who Is ccr It wns not the only trouble that tho driver had encountered on Iho according to On way from to hn won misdirected nncl rowshed From there on ho had to travel for several mlloa over a j dirt In sunh condition that i the trunk required a tractor to haul i it I Boveial other accidents A car said to be driven by an Oil City resident crashed into a sedan ut tho IntniHectlnn of Main nnd Mer oor BtrastH about noon somewhat injuring tho latter A woman driver this morning struck n mall box near tho intoruBoction ot the Kredonla rood at tho Morrer street and then run Into a damaging tho front onfl of tho A machine belonging lo a Oroonville man caught lire from crossed The flro wns oxtin of hor hlntronlo nearly but the car had to be tuwod tho death of her ho sees the actual porfor The Kccond act shows the scene TWO SENTENCED Two mon wore sentenced In Green back stage while tho play Is bolngi villa police court Saturday unoK wniie ino play is Doing i villa pollco court Saturday on frauds In the September primary presented to tho Anyone I of being drunk and dlsor i laHt April Chambnrlln took tiff duy fur to return tho KranlliiK tho crow of HID liremen which uunnrdid him self and OharluH Ixjvlnu after their j isnu vii 11 vjlQVL who has evw been In an amateur Ono of them was arrested on play will appreciate this to the j Saturday and was lined while the ICvorylhlng happens that alwaysother who was pleked up in the transAtlantic from thin coun try to but the actors are assured on Kuat iivcium on Friday desire to go on the The eiiBt Includes Howard Sohll Chester Charles Het April 24 Sinclair Hurry Paul Walth American declared Fred Julie Au Mumford and Yeoi to help today he will marry Dorothy Thompjgusta Mary Atthea bring buck Thlels former tennis American writer about the Ada Flsoua and Leo die of May la la y that uudlonco didnt notloo was sentenced to clean up the Tho lant act uhnwa the collapue ot Jail and police BUrtroes poor finally his trlmltJNor iiuulo the latter president of to wlmme wife out of her innano as acting levied the THE WEATJEIEH Western Pennsylvdijjflir Cloudyi preceded by this af ternoon and tpplght not in MifeP The and Is the rural pocted to take a warm daylfpj lated Spring farm work going to tho be extremely tatlon is a light city vote as The complete Republican offers seven delegatcsatlarge national drew LoVern Cllnger of county and Edward county are the two delegates tot from the 28th dlstrli with Dale of county and John McCqmb of nango tho They i Tho alternate atlargo are also For United States Reed Is opposed by Harper of and Adams of Dauphin county ator Reed Is considered the Thomas of presontatlve In Congress Is as Is Pprter1 gheny county for 1 porlor Edward Washington county Is unopj state wbflq Waters of IK ot by Frank Thompson same county for auditor Fred Fmit la unopposed didato for state committee 50th district f q In in t special ballots for the the voters those of other the cJfooMi ebars ofthe county Set Walter roan   

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