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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1931, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                3 Killed In Boiler Hast PORT JERVIS N Sept men were killed and three others injured one critically when the boiler of an Erie Railroad locomo tive exploded at Graham Crossing near here today The W H Mallett engineer of Mata moris Pa E J Brewster brakeman of Port JervU N Y George Hamilton brakeman of Port Jervis N Y The injured In Port Jervis Hos Edward D Grotty fireman Port Jervis N Y L Z Dodge flagman Port Jervis N Y Henry Smith conductor Port Jer vis N Y CRAMER PLANE WRECKAGE FOUND Continued from Page One crossing Search was renewed today for the fliers despite the fact thatweather conditions were not good along the Canadian coast Thorough search was made through New England yester day Airfield attaches who had waited with lighted fields for the arrival of the fliers all Monday recalled that the landing of the monoplane Bremen from Ireland on Greenley Island in 1928 was unreported for more than 48 hours They expressed the belief that the 80 miles from Cape Race PMl Monday when it was sighted by the steamer might have landed in some section of the sparsely settled and desolate country between New Foundland and the New England coast where com munications were lacking They pointed out that the plane its gasoline tanks empty or nearly so might float for some time even though it was a land plane unequip ped with pontoons Possibly a fishing smack had picked them up it was IK There are many fishing vessels h the vicinity but few equipped with T1 was virtually certain the fliers not reached New England A sys search by about 50 Coast f and airplanes along the rtiv New England coast failed to trace of the plane fliers had started from Juncal port Lisbon Sunday at A EST intending to fly by vsay of the Azores and Bermuda Charged with fcrng a member of a group of grape thieves who allegedly wounded Louis Cleaver Centerville John Pinko California is held under bond pendinga hearing He was ar rested by State Police British Direct Belize BY ELMER L SMITH Amateur Radio Operator at BELIZE British Sept Radio to Crews of British warships prepared today to take over supervision of Belize destroyed by a tropical hurri cane from United States Marines landed from the warships Sacramen to and Swan One British ship was in port and two more were expected during the day The estimate of the dead re mained above with at least 500 persons injured in the storm Officials said that all water would have to be treated to avoid a cholera epidemic The need for chemicals to puiify the water was urgent The main part of the city was covered with wreckage bodies of victims and mud The cxcdus from the stricken city continued although somewhat slower ERNEST PLAYS COUNTY ALL STARS TONIGHT One of the big games of the season for the fans of Indiana will be the appearance of the Ernest team on the West End Field tonight at This will possibly be the only game with Ernest on the local field and a good game is in store for all the fans who come out to the game Dont forget to pass the word along and help swell the crowd at this game All proceeds will go to the County League treasury and they need the shekels Tonight on the West End field Ernest vs County AllStars Trophya on Display The trophys for the winners of the Indiana County Ball League will bj on display in a few days at the J M Stewart Hardware Company The trophys are fine and you will want to stop and see them Tide vs East End for Second Place Tide and East End will battle for second place this coming Monday night on the Lucerne field The win ner of this game will be placed in second position and the fine trophy will be presented to them Do not fail to see this game POLITICS is no lack of good political timber in this town especially in one of the bor oughs Four out of five of the homes which comprise one black shelter politicallyminded neighbors One is running for school director another county treasurer the next county School Clothes for Your Boy If you are a Thrifty Parent If you have a boy you no doubt have a bud get and these days with everyone looking twice before spending once you should be open to all the value you can find You of course know that prices everywhere are did you know that these lower prices apply to poor merchandise as well as the fine When we say we have the clothes for your were taking it for granted that you are a person who wasnt born yesterday and who not looking for boys apparel that will be gone tomorrow Boys School Suits up Boys Fall Sweaters by Bradley HipZip Trousers Real Boys9 Shoes Kaynee Junior Shirts Suede Cloth Blouses Fall Caps Hosiery Belts and Neckwear Moorheads Complete Store For Men A Dad Says Powers Was Bad Boy PASSIVE STRIKE STIRS BRITAIN Enlisted Men on Every Ship of Great Atlantic Protesting Wage Reduction in Unison Harry F Powers West Virginia who lured loveseeking women to their deaths through a matrimonial agency always was a very bad according to Wilko Drenth left pious immigrant farmer of Fair banks who recognized newspaper pictures of Powers as his son Harm Drenth who left home years ago Looking at the picture of the romeomur derer with Drenth is his soninlaw Evert Schroder commissioner and the next is a can didate for town council VOTES KIDNAPED IN PITTSBURGH Continued from Page 1 Daniel Staisley Duquesne con stable candidate was arrested after lie fired several shots allegedly to frighten hoodlums who attacked him Several reports of rioting in East Monongahela drew county detectives and state police to that district but no arrests were reported In McKeesport Clairton Duquesne and parts of Pittsburgh voting ma chines used for the first time failed to work After mechanics labored in vain to place the machines in opera tion ballots were used in some dis Charges of sabotage of the ma chines in Pittsburgh were made after it was revealed handles of 19 ma chines had been filed or sawed off during the voting In Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH Sept State Senator William D Mansfield McKeesport on the basis of both offi cial and unofficial returns was lead ing in the heated fight for Republi can nominations for Allegheny county commissioners today Mansfield according to unofficial returns had a lead of almost over State Senator James J Coyne backed by Mayor Charles H Klines organization for the commissioner ship Mansfield had and Coyne according to unofficial returns from 484 out of 932 districts Charles C McGovern independent candidate was in third place with G Armstrong in cumbent chairman of the commission ers board was running fourth with Political observers were conceding Mansfield a place on the ticket on the basis of the incomplete returns while the fight for the remaining place was too close to permit predictions Kines organization candidates for four city council nominations after taking an early lead lost ground rap idly as additional returns came in to day and two independent candidates Charles Anderson and P J McArdle came into the lead Anderson had votes and Mc Ardle with returns from 205 of the 406 city districts tabulated Two Kline candidates held third and fourth plyace They were William J Soost with votes and J P Rooney with Robert Garland independent was close behind Rooney with while another Kline candidate Robert J Alderdice was in sixth place with Other leading councilmaniae candi dates were John D Houston whole sale grocer who brought charges that resulted in indictment of Mayor Kline in the supplies investigation John M Kline fourth Kline candi date Attorney Thomas M Marshall in dependent candidate for common pleas judge appeared to have se cured one of the seven nominations while one of the seven sitting judges who together campaigned for re seemed to be defeated Judge William McNaughter was running far behind his six colleages in the judgeship fights Returns from 206 districts included Reid Egan Gardner Snee Marshall Stadfield Dithrich McNaugh ter Waldschmidt Evans Lindsey Reich Coleman Judge Sara Soffel only woman jurist in Pennsylvania seeking elec tion to the county court bench to which she was appointed wag lead ing the field with a vote of State Represnetative M A Musman no known for his coal and iron po lice legislation was second with 876 Judge Paulson Foster was third with and Attorney Benjamin Lencher fourth with A field of 11 are seeking the four nomina tions Organization candidates appeared winners jfi the battle for the other inajor county offices District At t9rney Recorder of Peeds Fog seeking the county treasure ship more than doubled the vote of his independent opponent Henry Tranter s In Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA Sept J Hampton Moore was the Repub lican nominee for mayor of Philadel phia today having polled the largest primary vote ever given to such a candidate in the history of the city by the organization and the independents alike secured a vote in the primary which dwarfed into insignificance the totals of his four opponents for the Republican nomination All members of the citywide slate endorsed by the Republican organi zation were nominated by substan tial majorities along with Moore Other victors were Charles F Kelley for district attorney Richard Weg lein for sheriff Arthur D Brenner for receiver of taxes James M Haz lett for recorder of deeds Blakely D McCaughn for clerk of quarter ses sion court and John F Dngan and James C Clark for county commis sioners Judge James B Drew of Pitts burgh ran far ahead of Graham C Woodward in the city voting for nomination to the supreme court Four Perish In Plane Crash SAN FRANCISCO Sept persons were killed today when a northbound airmail plane fell into San Francisco bay while circling for an emergency landing Oil and gasoline from the crippled motor spattered on the water and caught fire engulfing the wreckage in names The pilot and three passengers were trapped inside the cabin They were Kirk Herre of the Seattle Star a F I Sheahan and W H Bis sel of San Francisco both en route to Portland and Ray Boudreaux the pilot The plane a United Air Lines ship making the regular early morning run to Seattle took off ehortly before 4 A M Boudreaux apparently ran into difficulties for the plane wa heard returning 10 minutes later Flying low over the housetops its motor sputtering the mail plane headed out over the bay apparently to turn for a landing at Alameda Air port near the waters edge Airport attendants listening in the dark for the sound of the motor sud denly heard it stop The next instant the plane had crashed into the water a mile short of its goal Police patrol boats from both sides of the bay responded to an alarm ant began a search for the bodies Mr and Mrs Harold Ramey Mr and Mrs Don Langham of Akron Ohio visited James Langham Sunday Mr and Mrs Ned Baker of Nu Mine called on the latters parents Mr and Mrs George Stiffler over the week end Mr and Mrs Max Langham ant family of New Kensington visite the formers parents Mr and Mrs James Langham Sunday Mrs Bill Van son Callvin am Mrs James Boring were business callers in town Friday The Sunday guests at the James Langham home were Mr and Mrs Bert Michael two daughters Ruth and Alice of Emeigh Evangelist J W Woodrow son Paul of Somerset Mr and Mrs Harold Raney Mr an Mrs Don Langham of Akron Ohio Mr and Mrs Max Langham am eight children of New Kensington Amanda Passmore of Kinport Mrs Verio Berringer Lue Goodlin two daughters Orpha and Violet Gene vieve Hudson Jake Laney and Bil McQueeney and Anna Mae Rummel Mr and Mrs Alvie Stahl called on relatives at Pine Flats Sunday eve ning PINE FLATS The Taxpayers Association wil meetin the J 0 0 F Hall Thurs day evening October 1st All payers are requested to be present A Sides is spending tinje 9t HiUfgal with Mr PLAN RELIEF BY KEITH JONES UP Staff Correspondent LONDON Sept passive strike of enlisted men pro testing wage reduction was in effect on every ship of Great Britains great Atlantic fleet today Officers and marines were doing the work necessary aboard the fleet anchored in Cromarty Firth off In vergordon Scotland The situation was unparalleled in British naval history The naval rat rigs enlisted men all refused to work with the exception of the cooks No disorders had been reported aboard the battleships today altho here were unprecedented demonstra ions ashore and on the ships over he week end According to marines who came ashore at Invergordon today the re usal of seamen to work followed1 a prearranged plan Enlisted men of he Rodney and the Valiant first re to work when they were called to duty at 6 A M Tuesday and started cheering as a signal to men aboard the other ships At 8 oclock when the white en sign was raised1 in the usual manner and the band played God Save the the ratings of the other ves sels of the fleet gave three cheers for King George and then refused to go to work Rear Admiral R M chief of staff of the Atlantic Fleet reached London from Invergordon today and immediately to the admiralty to report on the situation The Cruiser York was the last ship to join the movement the Unit ed Press correspondent at Ingergor don learned After a messenger had whispered instructions through the mess room the ratings on the York met secretly in the forecastle lasl night after lights out and decidec to refuse to go to work this morning When the band played God Save the King today they cheered King George and then refused to go to work Captain Rodger Bellars did his ut most to persuade ratings aboard the Rodney to resume their duties but his pleas failed He sent the chaplain to talk to the men but the men re fused to listen Admiral Ruston commanding the second cruiser squadron from the Dorsetshire and Capt Colville ol H M S Nelson the admirals chief of staff motqredi to Inverness last night and entrained for London Ad miral Ruston hadpreviously made a wireless report to the Admiralty Smart Wool Jersey Frocks Arrive And You may Stt Them Tomorrow In Tht Misses Shop For Miss 14 To 20 Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs W D Johns Mr andi Mrs Harry Grebs daugh ter Regenia Mr and Mrs Edwarc Gates of Philipsburg Mr and Mrs Paige Berkey son and daughter Mr and Mrs Dean Boibor and son Mr and Mrs Ford Gibson and two chil dren and Miller Pyle spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Judson Parry Mr and Mrs Zenas Hines and family and Mr E J Barbor and brother attended a reunion at Mar ion Center unday Mr George Turner Mrs Sadie McCoy son Albert and Oliver Parry returned home Monday evening after spending a few days at Hornell New York Mr John Jones and son Q B Jones of Indiana spent Tuesday with his sister Miss Rachel Jones Those who are attending high school at Heilwood from our town are Elmer Lauer and sisters Mary anc Helen Irene Hazel Williams anc brother Harry Betty Parry John Johns and Clarence Hines Those at tending Commodore are Mary Wil liams Helen Gibson and Lile BRUSHVALLEY The teachers have returned home after attending Institute at Indiana Mr and Mrs William Fairbanks of Pittsburgh and Mr and Mrs J S Roof of Homer City spent Labor Day at the borne of W G Spiers of Me chanicsburg Mr Sandy Moose is home and get ting along fine since his operation Mr and Mrs Ed Stewart have moved into S T Rughs property Mr and Mrs Walter Stiles have moved into town Mr D C Davis Clyde Brink E A Buchanan were business callers in Indiana one day last week Elsie Cunningham spent a few days here Homer Spiers of Altoona the week end at his home here A business meeting was held Mon day evening to make plans for our Community Fair Junior Hood is visiting his grand parents Mr and Mrs B F Evans Rev Richards is attending confer ence this week Mrs Sprinkle of Porter is visiting her daughter Mrs Clarence Smith Mr and Mrs Ward Spiers are al a Ponald Davis of Altoona has re turned again after a weeks visi with xhis parents here People are enjoying the bus thai travels through here Selfishness WAKREN Sept hi wife interrupted thei rquarrel t phone the sheriff to arrest him Harry Fife went out to his automobile spill ed gasoline on it and applied a match asked on arriving at the Fife homi Whats the bjy the sherjf Vastly more interesting than wood jersey dresses have everbeen before for its doubtful if such styling such quality was ever at least not for many seen at so moderate a price acclaim them perfect for campus wear for the type of inexpensive little frock wanted for so many are in plain shades of blue green red brown and black and Troutmans Dress Style Shop Second Floor MENS RAIN COATS Can Be Worn As A Top Coat Too JL Uncertain fall days ahead Youll need one of these rainproof coats Theyre of fabric appear ance are much like a cloth top coat and can be appropriately worn for protection from chill when motoring or going about on cooler fall days Theyrewell tailored and cut full with plenty of length and arm room models in tan and Guaranteed 36 to 42 Mens Black Leatherette Suede Lined Rain Coats Mens Floo STORE CLOSED TOMORROW AFTERNOON ON ACCOUNT OF FAIR TROUTMANS INDIANAS SHOPPING 800 01 I v WHY THE DELAY Sept Well For rest U Webster couldnt keep his business appointment in New York for several reasons He went to Chi cago boarded a taxi to change trains and the cab got in a wreck causing him to his train Climbing out of the wreck Webster got in an air plane to make up time In Pittsburgh the plane crashed in landing in juring Webster STOOBAfUO American Can American CarFdy American Smelt American T and T American Tob A American Tob B Anaconda Atchison Auburn r B and Bethlehem Stwl Canadian Pacific C and 0 Chrysler Coco Cola Columbia Gas Cont Ppnt Eastman 86 13 25 4 100 103 19 US 34 36 17 H 28 T 17 V4 185 General Motors Int Nickel Kennecott Copper Liq Mack Truck Mont Ward Nash Natl N Y Central North North Pacific Penn R Pure Oil Sears Roebuck Socony Vac Std Oil Std Oil N United U S Steel Westing house glee v Curb Market Ark Natl Asso GasElec Cities Service Ford Lone Star Gas Pennroad   

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