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Daily News, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1932, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania HUNTINGDON own DAILY NEWSPAPER STATE LTBRARi PA THE WEATHER Fair Continued Cool Tonight Thursday Partly Cloudy Sloivly Rising Temperature VOL 11 HUNTINGDON PA WEDNESDAY JUNE 8 1932 NO 111 BEL FOR FEEDING BONUS ARMY COMES UP Unexpired Congressional TermToMPiM At Regular Fall Election i L J l f GOVERNOR CALLS SPECIAL MCT10N ON REGULAR DATE Candidate Elected Will Serve Until March 4 1933 Successor FRANKLIN COUNTY IN OLD DISTRICT Harrisburg Va June 8 ernor Iincbot today called a special ontue regular i jjerierai November election date to j till the vacancy in the liSh con IN CHILEAN CRISIS Proclamation of socialistic v district caused ny the in Chile by the revolu death of Congressman 13 M threatening seizure Beers of Mt Union i of foreigners property has im The candidate elected wit serve posedsvave responsibilities upon until 4 Beers died William S Culbertson above during the primary campaign toopnlted Stales ambassador to the late o remove bis name from ibeSoutb American republic Amer taliot 1 Jean investments in Chile are The Kepublican nominee tor at lullterm in the 18th district is i BenjaminKKoebt of Lewisbiirg county comratsHiouets wrote the Governor concerning Ihe vacancy and asKed for economy calling the sptrial j electionThe Governors renJy to1 day agreed that economy at time was essential I thorolore vili name the Jar election day next Novemler as OTZENS APPEAL TO COUNCIL FOR AID IN CIVIC MATTERS he date vneir tne vacancy will be Highway Committee Reports vr i 1 1 i k filled Pincbotwrote Ttiis will make unnecessary the caliiiig os a j ppecial election at an earlier elate and Tviil obviate the necessity of evtra expenditures by yourj covinty The speciat election will be Cold in thclSth district as the district corn prisedbefore enactment of the 1331 reapporlioDnient act Pinchot said The new act took Franklin county outof the aisrict and added Bedforri Thedistrictnow eomprises Ful ton Huntingdon Juuiata Miffiin Perry Snyder Bedford and Jtiion roHJJties as the Shoe string District Paving On Fourth St HH1 U Nearing Completion The June meeting of Hunting don Borough Councilheld last night at CouncilChambers in the Municipal builaingv waslectured ANTHRACITE GROUP PROTESTS HYDRO ELECTRIC PERMITS Lower Hard Coal Fields Spnd Representatives Before Public Ser vice Board POWER GENERATED AT SAFE HARBOR HiUTisbuig ta June 8 Labor business atil iutfsistrial i interests in ttie lower anmrerite coil fields joined in a uniUu pro test today before the Public Ser vice Commission against ttxo appli cations oi the ienusyjvania and Tower Company md tae Safe Harbor Water Iowor Corporation to serve electric energy by powerin Pennsylvania Die protestants irom the lower anthracite fields declared approval of tiie applications curtail j juUuracite production mtl to I the suffering and hardships Viow prevalent in tne anthracite regions as the result ot unemployment conditions The applications protested ar51 those ot the ljennsylvania Water anJ jowcr Company to supply electric energy generated t the Safe Harbor dam Lancaster and York counties to tne ionnvyU vania Railroad in Manor town ship Lancaster county and oi the Safe Harbor Water Power Corpor ation 10 begin the general distri bution of electric energy in Manor township Lancaster and Ciiaace lord township York county PARISBOUND TO HONOR PERSHJNC John lawyer H Bigeiow represented Haztston the huge roup of protestants cdmpriajng 5 HELD FOR ARSON AFTER FIRE Gandnsburg Pa June persons1 were under arrest today oa charges of arson in connection with fire which swept the home ofJohn Kikas 42 Canonstmrg Monday causing damage esti mated at 7000 Canonsburg firemen reported shout 50 gallons of gasoiine had been placed in the house with fuses attached to the containers After an investigation the arrests made There allegedly was 12000 insurance on the house Those lield in the county jail nt Washington are Nikas owner of the house William Gregorkas SO whowith Jflkas occupied the houseJulia GreSorkas 17 Cath erine Katsanika 30 and Harris 21 aSl of Canonshurg Curtis Recovering Philadelphia June H K Curtis magazine and news paper publisher has shown rapid improvement in his recent illness physicians said today He Till he taken to his home the last of the week from Jeffer son hosptal where he has teen tor three weeks PENN1NCTON MAY SUCCEED WYNNE Colonel To Enter Private Law Prac tice Philadelphia June D Pennington IrohiisHvon Adwiiuis irator for the tristate district of Pennsylvania New Jersey and Delaware was mentioned today as a possible successor to Col Samnel OWynne Supervisor of In dustrial Alcohol for the district Colonel Wynnes resignation ef fective June U was announced yesterday by Dr James A Doran head o the Industrial Alcohol Bureau in Wasnlngton At the same time lot resigna tion oE Richard H Woolsey senior attorney in Wynnes office was The two U was understood to Aay become associated as legal specialists for group alcohol proqueers the country Dr Doran praised the services of Colonel Wynne and Wooisey and indicated that formtrs successor would be selected trom among the memners of his PjiiJa Continued Oa Pafe Twcive J H Comley of Oheida town ship who has Seen directing the Huntingdon Guru Market for some time was before Council to get definite regulations and in structions concerning themarket The matter was too recent for Coimcilmen to give a decision and Mr Comley was asked to con tinue for another thirtydays or until next meeting ofCouncil when will be reached Citizens from the Third ward and the First ward registered complaintswith Council that cer tain persons had been in the habit of their yardsthe odors and smoke from the fires causingmuch annoyance The was in byaa unusually large number of labor of renuects lor Council totake accommerce mine operatorsnews tion oh matters of a civicnature publishers and comnuinrues in the lower anthracite regions Another protest was lodged by the Pennsylvania lover and uight SENATE SEEKS FOR COMPROMISE PLAN ON 2 RELIEF BILLS Upper House Committee Favorably On Sen Wagners Measure Direction oc vast Insull indus trial and utility interests passed to James Simpson above former chairman or the board of Marshall HOUSE PASSES SPEAKERS BILL Washington June Sen ate Banking and Currency Com mittee today rendered a favorable report on the 2000000000 Wagner unemployment relief bill The action began the Senate effort lo work out a compromise relist plan after passage of the 23000000on Garner bill hv the ul oara House vesterday n Samuel Senator Barkley Dem Ky lasu1 resigned as chairman of the said the Senate conittee vote on Commonwealth the Wagner bill which contains Edison Co Peoples GasUght bond issue proposals to which Loke Co and Public Service Co President Hoover is opposed jot Illinois was 7 to 4 The committee voted 0 to 6 against making loans to private industries from the funds which would ba made available by the measure Barkley said the section oC the Wagnerhill providing for loans up to SOO000000 by the Recon struction Finance Corporation to states for relief would bo intro duced as n separate measure An attempt will be made to secure a vote on this today he said BONUS BRIGADE IN IN NATIONSJAPITAL Veterans Prepare To Resut Efforts To Dissolve Group Until House Take Vote FOOD PROBLEM SHOVED TO CONGRESS Uy JOHN U15ICHMAXI Staff Correspondent Washington June hili appropriating for sub sistence of the Ixmus niarchcrs encamped in and for rctumiuK diem to Hide homes after Congressional irt jouMiiiicut introduced to by Kci Ulack X Y PINCHOT IGNORED DEMOCRATS VIEWS ON EXTRA SESSION Heres the srailiug gieetmg Nebraska is sending to France in oCtJIiss Mar Virginia Louis oi Omaha fll A llct n ft ni I 1 Washington June Garner was reported ready today to accept a compromise with the j administration on his represeuti0oo06d unemployment relief pro the Cqrnhusfcer State at the dedication of the memorial building to 1 which was forced through w General John X Pershmg in Pans June 20 General Pel shin a toiceci tnrougti paper publishers and cammunnles native of Nebraskaand Henry ISteVenswtioial commander of plications propose an territorial rights to residents in the Secretary ot Covvncil structed to request the Board of Health to investigate the matter and take action to stop the nuisance Jesse Pagan a Middle division brakeman handed Council a peti tion bearing several hundred names of citizens who were peti tioning the Pennsylvania railroad company for better passenger train service between p m and a m westbound Mr Fagan stated to Councilthat for a period ot about 8 hours there was no tram service and persons employed in Aitoona were inconvenienced Tyrone and Lew istown have secured better serv ice and he requested vCOLhcii to consider the petition and tbeir names to tne petition be fore it is forwarded to Mr J C Phelan superintendent of the Middle division at AUoona John Isenberg and Archie Hardy citizens residing on Eighth street in Portstown were before Council relative to the installa tion of a new service station in Continued On Pare Two company which cJaims the twpapmen following the Paris ceremonv the American Legion will accompany Miss Louis on thevoyage She was receivedby President Hoover at theWhite House oil her arrival in theeast and will carry his greetings to European ruiers and states It was brought to the attention of the commission that the appli cation to supply the Vennsyiyviiia Railroad with electric energy was regarded as anottcr step in the gradually electrification or the of the railroad corn pointed out to corn John Brown steam lines pany BigelOn missioner heard ths testimony that the charter of the bafe Harbor Wster Corporation limited it to the sale of electric energy to distrifcujng companies but that it now asks to expand its right to become gen eral retailer of electric power Bigelow toid the commission that the power which would be distributed by the two water power companies under the ro Continued On Page Two ADDRESSES ROTARY K1WANIS CLUB MEET JAPANESE HEIRESS WEDS HAVERFORD MAN AT ELKTON BIkton June S East met west here today in the marri age Fuji Hashimoto Hale Adamson Japanese American heiress and Henry Louis Steph enson 37 of Haverford Pa The Japanese girl who in herited half a million doEars from her adopted father William Baeder Adamson A retired glue manufacturer Haverford gave Policy Superintendent Advocates Education As Means Of Halting Crime Major Lynn G Adams of Harrishurg superintendent of the Pennsylvania State police was the speaker atthe joint meeting of the Rotary and Kiwanis CUibs noonday luncheon at the Leister House yesterday Major Adamsi who is a pleasing sneaker held the strict attention of the large as sembly of bYiMness and profes sional men as he revealed start ling examples of the work of the her age as 20 The marriage was performed hjr the Kev Edward Minor in this gretnagreen ot Maryland New Ancl Biziarre Figure In U S National Politics BV GBM5 Moines Tune S A new and bjzarre character took his place in the f oregrovind of Ameri can politics today with the Tic lory of Henry field over Senator Smith W Bookhart for the Re publican nomination for U S senator When field decided to compete against his old friend Sen Brook hart for the nomination he an nounced he thought it was time we had more business men our government instead ot many lawyers And Field hiR associates so tes tify unquestionably is a business man He has bum s halfmillion seed house and rartio station from the fruits oE a 50cent order for poppseed when he was a boy and no small measure of this achievement is due to his intense interest in flowers and plants and the people who work with the Henry as he is familiarly known understands the likes and dislikes of the people to whom he appeals in his frequent talks over radio station the friendly farmers station A typical KENF program finds an old fiddlers trio sawing out the Sailors Hornpipe with Henry fraiting to come on the air with a talk about seeds or crops Field was a pioneer in radio especially in utilizing it 35 a com mercial medium for keeping in touch with our people Henrys people come by the hundreds of thousands annually to visit the auditorium in which is housed the radio station When he has any ffme for di version other than the pleasure he gets out ot his work Field turns to horseback riding More often though he is en grossed with plants in the huge seed house that has grown from NEW CELL BLOCK AT INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL TO BE DEDICATED the House yesterday by a 34vote Warren C Van Dyke State Chairman Feels Party ShouldBe Given Consideration M Juno S The forie today sliovcil all its troubles iiiuhui ing itnostioii of where food is coining fwni to Congtess A mass nieciing was calUul fo cjniy on liie work Maitcfi y Jast nights pntiiilc and Haioirt Ioiilklixl of HiilndclphiH of thu letislaliTe coiumiaec old the veterans it was iu to Coujrrfss to ten us vheu we cut again Cheers Mcre ilmost lost in Hie noise of army plnncs from field out for morning Annual Commehcesncrt On June 20 Director Federal Prisons Will Speak Dedication of thenew cell hiocic and auditorium at the Pennsylvania Industrial School here will comprise part of the commencement programat the school llonday afternoon June 20 officiaJs of the Department of Welfare at Harrisburg an nounced today Austin H JUcCorraick assist ant nirector of the Federal rtoent want Althougli the Democratic steamroller won a majority of 216 to 182 for the Garner bill and smothered President Hoovers own relief program the Speaker concluded his measure has no chance of becominglaw The ad ministration is unalterably op posed to its proposed billiou doliar bond issue for public works The burden ot working out a compromise rests with the Senate As a first step Bemocratic Leader Robinson will ask that tae Wag ner bill authorizing the Eecon struction Corporation to loan 300000000 to the states for re lief be taken uyi immediately after pasage of the pending econ omy measure It is believed that the Wagner hill could be passed with little delay It is understood to be aceptable to President Hoover And it is thought that Garner would agree to it Thus at least 300000000 of funds for direct relief would be made available before Congress adjourns Oregon III June Ore gon Chamber of Commerce STflQQQ Hnrrisburg ia June ernor Pinchot was taken to task today by j Democratic state committee ceairi man for his failure to include Democratic representation at con jferences with Republican organ Konlkrod tUe veter ans nrcaii for employing chewlngftapjiers while veter ans walked the streets With the Bonus in jimt8 Having demonstrated the fnrcfc ot its numbers in a grim and silent march the heart the sion to consider unemployment I measures It is regretted ttiaf the K nor saw fit to maJieJJie ences a Bureau of Prisonswill make the principal address to the Continjieri On Page Two organizationof which he is the young men who have completed head Among other intereeiing factsmentioned Major Adams stated that it coststhe citizens of Pennsylvania over nnnunHy to par the expenses in curred by the trial of cases in and the expensesviri con nection with their confinement Durinjrthe past year investi criminal in prison the state organization gated over 15000 cases and ofthis number more tlian S3 per cent were convic tions In this large list were 164 murder cases 13000 persons murdered 5n United States n 1S3J Major Adams stressed crime prevention nd statistics show that it is cheaper to prevent crime rather than apprehend commit criminals after the job has An experi ment on crime prevention was iihistrated by the Major and startling revelations wsre dis closed He related how a group of SO state policemen were sent into one county he toldof their activities and the mere fact ot their presence in that county Continued On Second Page Continued On Second Page BOYS FIND BULLET RIDDLED BODY Hammonton T June Boys found the body ot a man the White Horse pike be tween here and Berlin X T ea rly They came upon the body in a chimp of trees It was filled with bullet wounds Slate police were notified and af ter examining the victim said it ucdoubtedly was a gangster mur Efforts made to Iden a year of classroom work and graduate to advanced studies Mrs Alice P XJverigrht Secretary of Welfare will also speak Theoccasion wiH mark the openingof the new auditorium recently completed AH work on the structurewas done hy the ybuna rnen of the The Continued On rageTwo Darrow Recovers Chicago June 8 Clarence Darrow 75yearold tean ot the American Bar was So far reror eretf trorn an attack or indigestion which forced him to that he planned to make a court an pearance today Barrow was stricken and forced to cancel a scneftxiied appearance In Federal court ycs his physician an J A if e his condition was not declared sejious The ailment was similar to that which he suffered while in Hono counsel to the lulu as Massle case WALTER HOHMAN IS TRUST OFFICER Walter Hohaian Jr has been appointed trust officer of The Grange Trust Company a re cent meetingot the board of di rectors of that institution Mrs Ruth G DeForrest was appointed assistant officer Both these new appointees are qualified to fill their positions They have been con nected with the Grange bank lor a number ot years Mr Hohman having formerly been assistant MISSING PILOTS BELIEVED LOST St John Jffd June Sullivan and Dr Karl Kuehnert missing since they started on an airplane flight on Decoration Hay were given up as lost today after Canadian pilots and a Grenfell mission plane trojn Boston made a thorough search over Newfound land The pilots reported no sign of the missing men or wreckage of their plane throua the today to perfect t jgantzatioh for a protracted jagainst Congress Leaders hope has ignored the MOMOO the They are just much interiwas to a villing te eooptrais in the can v1 proper solution Food for the everijrowng prooiarmv is the pritnary problem To sentative Democratic member of the House tohis conference A number of districts Continued OnPage Twslve INSULL SEVERS RELATIONS WITH VAST UTILITIES Chicago Turie abdica tion of Samuel Instill from his 3000000000 utilities empire today became complete The silverhaired 73yearold father of themodern public util ity system today severed the Jast the he termined tostay at east until he House voteson the 2000000000 i bonus next Monday and ft threatens to maintain its sivge in definitely until the borutfe is passed The 6009 who parartei thrcnjrh city at dusklast evening were a plodding shadow of the strutting forces which rouiried home iti 1913 to a nations wilit applause Gone now were the trim uniforms the spirited cadene the flaming enthusiasm of 1919 The parade formed at the foot ot the towering Washington links which hound him to enormous organization which in a large part created His personal heavily indebted fortune by his sone losing fight to save his vast domain In sull in the near future probably to England the land he left a youthful protege of Thomas A Edison to start his meteoric rise Governor Pinchot Weeps Everyone Else Does Too From the monument the silnt column swung up past tha old treasury building and uen into Pennsylvania avenue the aremie of presidents There tiej passed the new commerce dermrt Continued On Second Page COOTINUflEARCH FOR FIRE VICTIMS S Bodies Taken Frotn Several Still Harrisbttrgr Pa June ernor Clifford Pinchot wept today as he stood in the reception room of the slate capitol A score ot callers groups clerks tourists and everyone else in Vhe vicvnity joined in tears A bursied tear bomb in one of the treasury department vaults brought on the crying demon stration An auditor checking up on the 110000000 worth of bonds stored in Vhe vaviUs accidewtaUy exploded one ot the tear bombs scattered around for protection against intruders John Grady Philadelphia who tirwiUingly touched ofC the bomb got the fiist sniff of the gas Itead em wftep he shouted to the other auditors as tiedashed for dn exit They fol lowed in a race for doors and windows Fumes swept upward through the capitol Hundreds of em ployes were rglurnins from their lunch hour They fled precipi tately from the corridors as tears started from their eyes while a stingingsensation dis turbed the nostrils Sightseeing trips of tourists un der the direction of capitol guides were terminated abruptly as guides anrt tourists fled for the great open spaces in Capitol Park Offices in the main capitoi build ing were emptied of their occu pants In tne House caucus room the advance guard of a group ot leg islators here lo protest a special session of the legislature was forced to flee AH the machinery of the Com tttotiweaHh in the capUol build ing was at a standstill for half an hour or logger until the fumes began to subside Officials of the treasury after learning ot the eoimnotaon de cided the tear bombs vere a huge success monument Cleveland o June s Search for bodies of additional victims ir the explosion and fire that wrecked the Ellington apartment building here continued todaj as city authorities sought to de termine the cause of the Vilast Five bodies have been recor ered from the debris Several residents of the build ing still ere unaccounted for however and it was feared prob able that the death toll would he increased as the workers further into the mass ot and steel A body uncovered early today tentatively identified as thct of Mrs Clara Withers V V Others hart been identified as Anna Mitchell 70 William C Werner 68 and Miss Cora Stokes Y P One body that ot a man was burned beyond recog nition City and state officials said Continued On Two V
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