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   Daily News, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1931, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                              American Castaways Are Found On Tropical Island Washington Oct Three American castaways wereenroute to Balboa C Z today from tiny tropical Cocos Island 500 out in the Pacific from Panama where they had lived for the last six months on iish wild pigs and cocoanuts a modern sequel to Defoes Robinson Crusoe Clad ouly in loin cloths the modern Robinson Crusoes Earl Palliser of San Diego Calif paul Stachwick of Hurson s D and Gordon Brawner of Springfield 111 were rescued last night by the United States gunboat Sacra mento The men had sailed last spring from San Diego In the yawl Wes Wind and had long been though to have perished Details of the rescue and of the castaways experiences on the isl and were relayed to the Navy de partment from the Sacramento Commander G H Bowdey o Die Sacramento reported that the three appeared to be In good phys ical condition They had kept themselves supplied with food with the aidof guns and fishing gear saved when their yawl was wrecked off the island Their clothing had gradually diminished until in the end they were reduced to nothing but loin cloths The Sacramento was dispatched to the rescue of the men Sunday after Julius Pleischman of Cincin nati cruising past the island re ported he had discovered the wrecked West Wind but that he could not find the men themselves Cocos island with Its hidden pirate hoard rates hardly a speck even on the larger maps but of the island itself there is many a rare and musty chart Each has its lone palm tree and coral ledge and the southsouthwest bearing you climb the elevenhun dred paces that lead you to the cave and dig here But like all the scattered repos itories of dishonest gold Cocos hides its treasure well By this time over a hundred years of ical rain have fallen since a guilty crew fleeing from Callao Peru landed there quarreled buried their treasure drew their charts or fought and died Back in the days when the army of independence was fiercely fight ing the Spanish overlord Lima fell to the rebel Peruvian patriots But for greater safety all public treasurers of gold and silver coin dating back to Pizarro all the great private collections of plate all the jewels and trinkets of the colonial dames were loaded on a Bhip in Callao Bay ship had a sliphawser on its anchor and instructions to await develop ments But the captain and crew had ideas of their own When morn ing came Lima was still in the hands of the patriots but their treasures had vanished The pirates made for Cocos De termined not to get caught with the loot they cached the treasure in a cave of he mountain that forms the island Of all who sailed away each had a copy of that chart that should guide him back to the treasure These charts genuine and spurious perennially coma to light THE DAiLY NEWS HUNTINCDON PA Morkets LAMCASTKtt LIVESTOCK Market Beet Steers showing sTlesYn undertoil at close some isfln0 fJd weeks top 1800 average wt 12S6 pounds mdium weiSHts bulk of gales JS 257 00 Bulls she stock and cutters about steady with weeks decHne bulk bulls ed5Um M00450 cutters trade actire country de score fi Steady Extra firsts 28c nrsts in new cases in old cases 25 c sec onds 20a21c quiet but the market steady Quotations Whole milk Longhorns round lots Single Daisies fresh ice Many a party has set forth to follow their antique instructions Treasure hunters arrive and and on the rotting remains of a ietty that has survived old whal ing days when Cocos was a fresh water call They wait for the rain to lift They clamber through dense vegetation to the supposed site of the cave and dig through out an entire humid afternoon Then the rain returns and oblit irates all traces of their work The diggersnever get ahead of the rain so they disconsolately sail away Coeos Island becomes forgotten or a while Then three Americans hose It for a place to become astaways for which role with its oconuts its wild plantains its vreadfruit and rank pawpaw Jocos is eminently fitted top SteaJiy to pound westerns 00 Rocks 27c mixed col ors fancy 25a25c 3 tbs or over 23e 2 lbs 20a22c j IDS Sal9e spring chickens fancy large mixed colors 21c small and ordinary I8a20c White Leghorns spring chick ens fancy small 20c large and ISc old roosters 15al6c Ducks White Peking young ISc old ducks I4al5c Muscovy ducks 15c Geese 15c turkeys iancy young 28c Guin eas 80c Pigeons per pair young 25c old 30a3Sc Services On Sunday At Centre Union Baptist Many At Rally Day Services for next Sunday in the Centre Union Baptist church will be as follows Sunday school a 10 a m evening worship and Eermon at p m The Rally Day v and Harves Home October li were quite successful The eve ning service was especially inter esting in that there was a ful house to listen to an interesting program The meeting was presid ed over by the pastor Paul A F Harry M Krie nel of Junrcta College XTr Edgar Grove of Huntingdon and his Chelsea Trio were present and gave a splendid program The trio is composed of the following persons John McCarty saw sol oist Edgar Grove violinist Miss Bessie Trevorrow piano Murray King vocalist The choir sans an anthem and other speciatvocal numbers were offered by Miss Daisy Laney and Mrs Paul A F Milligan The Meeting was closed by little Kath era Blair singing Jesui Loves A1G Halloween Party Held In Mt Union Special to the Daily News Union Pa Oct 27 delightful Halloween party which was also a birthday party was given in honor of the 6th hirthday anniversary of Genevi ftv6 BfiCKwitn In MilfoTd street home October 24thwhen games refreshments favors and gifts were typical of the Hallo ween season Black and orange color scheme was carried out The little guests were Genevieve Beckwith Miriam Chilcote Dor cas Pollock Loree QConner Kathleen Drake Dorothy Drake Lois Jean Klinger Anna Catha rine Klinger Dorothea Briggs Kathleen Briggs Vera Mae Hicks Myrtle Wilson Grace Co chenour Jane Banks Betty Haney Louise Patterson Briggs Jean Stump Fay Stump Margaret Roddy Martha Roddey Adrian Briggs and Kathleen Flood 1 W Va 3 head 39 trucked in total 1102 head 16 calves hogs 25 sheep Receipts for week end ing Oct 24 1931 cattle 226 cars 75 Va 62 St Paul 20 W Va 20 Tenn 11 chgo ji Sioux City G St Louis 6 Ky 4 Pittsbg 4 Mich 2 C 1 Md 1 Texasi Neb Cou taming 6717 head 291 in total 7008 head 754 3557 hogs 739 sheep lor corresponding week 1 cattle 181 cars S7 Va Xa2iTenn 1S scPaul 7 N C 7 Md 5 Chicago 4 PeDna 4 Neb 3 Pittsburgh 1 St Louis 1 Ind i N v containing 47ys head 302 trucked in total 5100 Sp856 CaheS S56 Steers Good lb Medium 900lnio Common 900 1100 lbs Good 11001300 Ibs Medinm 11001300 lbs 6 750 Good 13001500 Ibs J75Q PITTSBURGH MARKETS Pittsburgh Oct Butter Nearby tubs 92 scorn extras standards 3014 S9 score 88 score 27 Eggs Nearby current receipts firsts 2226 fresh extra firsts 27 Poultry Live hens 1223 29 nearby hennery whites 2225 springers 1517 colored spring ers 1520 old roosters 1213 ducks 151S geese 1Q to 15 Fresh killed hens 3035 PITTSBURGH PRODUCE Pittsburgh Oct Butter Nearby tubs 92 score extras standards 30 89 score 88 score 273A Eggs nearby current receipts firsts 2226 fresh extra firsts 27 29 nearby hennery whites 2528 Poultry live hens 1223 springers 1517 colored springers 1520 old roosters 1213 ducks 1518 geese 1015 Vreah killed hens 3035 VlITSUUitGH LIVESTOCK Pittsburgh Oct 29 Live stock Hogs receipts 1000 market mostly steady to lOc lower 150 250 lbs top S5 00 100130 lbs packing sows Catlle Receipts 50 market about steady medium heifers around Calves receipts 100 market steady choice vealers up to bulk medium to good Sheep receipts 1000 lambs steady to weak choice handy weights 650 good to choice lighter weights med ium grade down to aged stock scarce steady PAGE score steady Fresh Pac coast whites best marks 4144 nearby closely gel wuite ex 41 45 nearby white 3540 near by brown ex 3540 nearby aver ex mixed colors 3235 nearby graded firsts mixed colors 3931 nearby current receipts mixed colors 2628 midwest aver ex mixed colors 3235 midwest graded first mixed colors 2931 midwest current receipts mixed colors 2628 7 Corn Nominal Billy Sunday Scores Women Who Smoke CHICAGO SHEKP I Sheep receipts 18000 fat i lambs uneven mostly 25c lower feeders barely steady good and choice native lambs 550575 to packers few 625650 to outsid ers later strictly choice west erns unsold feeders475500 Slaughter sheep and lambs lanvb 90 lbs down good and choice 550650 medium 450 medium 450550 all weights common 300450 ewes 90150 bs medium to choice 100250 all weights cull and common 75c 150 feeding lambs feeding lams 5075 lbs good and choice 475550 Find Mystery Plane Near Uniontown Yniontown PaOct With discovery of the remains of a burned airplane in the moun ams east of here parties today began searching for a body or bodies Officials of Burgess Field Uniontown said no planes have been reported missing in this dis trict recently It wasrecalled that two years ago a plane was reported to have tallen in flames near Washing ton Springs not far from the was en route to Canton Ohio today after abjuring resi dents of this section walling over spilled milk Things would get better it people quit crying Sunday de clared in an interview with the United Press They ought to look up another cow Sunday said the world js go ing to hell so fast you cant see it for dust But he added that Americas position is relatively No nation is richer better fed better clothed better hous ed or rides farther or faster than America and this country isnt Place where the charred ruins founfl At that time Bur gess Fieldpilots searched for the inane but were unable to locate Three youths Bob Bell Frank Jeffries and John Stiffler said they found the ruins in under brush while taking a walk can Prosperity again when you give God the honor due His name When j go into a diner on the train and see women demeaning it makes me sick r know from their hard looks the kind of women they are and the kind of moth ers theyd make God pity theii offspring Hes foolish enough to let theni have any A drunken woman is bad enough and while a woman has as much right to drink and smoke as a man a smoking wo man is the most pitiable sight youil see this side of hell THUGS Pittsburgh Two bandits whose consideration tone and ac cent marked them genteel forc ed Attorney Jacob Shulgold to drive around in his cawiMe him gave back 540 of it and returned his car to the corner where they got it PHILADELPHIA MARKET Butter steady 00 to 93 Heifers Choice Good Is 035 Medium 560850 Electrical Gifts Win a Warm Welcome Club Luncheon Wednesday The Teachers Club of Mount union held a luncheon on Wed nesday October 28 at the Indian Tree Koffee Shoppe when thirty six members were served with an enjoyable meal sir Charles C Smith served as toastmaster and since the time was short the only program was group singing into everyone present joined th much gusto The luncheon as a delightful function and the I club anticipate more of a nature 5iminar m JOOO Cull and common Feeder and Stocker Cattle cfioice 500SOO Ibs loo sfo6i meJium 500800 bs Good 1050 mediuni GOOQ and choic v 180200 Ibs 50 700 Med wt Good ana 700 sj v i4 T J choice its Good and SWEDISH ELECTRICITY INCREASES Stockholm Oct total roduction of electric enersy in Sweden rose last year to 5117 000000kilowatt hours from 4 967000000 in 1929 according pa report by the Royal Swedish Board ol Trade Sweden also ex Krted more electric current to Jenmark via a submarine cable nan the previous year Subscribe for the Daily News two cents per copy MRKETS ia oct 29 Butter S 92 score 91 score 32VC nn score 30c 89 score score 2Sc 57 score If you want to give something that will bring delight and com fort every day in the year choose an electri cal appliance In our Christmas showing there are gifts for every member of the family things that are a joy to receive and a joy to give CHRISTMAS SPECIALS Electric Clocks 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