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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - June 16, 1934, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                WEATHER Generally fair tonight and day somewhat cooler tonight Thats official and it looks as tho ifi for another long ttry spell INDIANA COUMTY t I jf THATSIRVCSEVIItY MEMiEK OF THE FAMILY i fertfr We believe a stop light have on Philadelphia str stalled at Water and Flffh would put an end to the Aim accidents there from time to tlflll VOLUME 250 EIGHT PAGES INDIANA PENNSYLVANIA SATURDAY JUNE 16 1934 TELEPHONE 500501 TWO CENTS UNION BALLOT DELAYS STEEL STRIK ARMSTRONG TWP YOUTH FATALLY HURTUSTNIGHT George Craig 18 Lost Control of Car On Creekside Road and Died Before Arrival At Hospital An 18yearold Armstrong town ship youth was injured fatally late last night when his automobile overturned on the CreeksideShe locta road near Creekside after he had lost control on a turn according te a report to Deputy Coroner M M Davis and state highvay patrol man of the Indiana detachment The victim George Craig a son of Mr and Mrs Frank Craig o near Parkwood suffered a crushec chest and fractured skull He was brought to Indiana and was pro nounced dead at the Gates private hospital The accident occurred few minutes before 11 p m State highway patrolmen this aft ernoon planned to interview th dead youths companions Georg Bierer of the Parkwood district aiu David Rupp of Elderton Bierer re portedly was injured slightly an Rupp was unhurt Deputy Coroner Davis was in formed that Craigs automobil failed to negotiate a turn an plunged into an embankment Th impact upset the machine and pin ned the driver under the wreckage according to reports to the deputy coroner His companions extricated him and rushed him to the Gates hospital where examination revealed he was dead of a crushed skull and r skull fracture The body was taken to the Pat terson mortuary at West Lebanon FIVE COUNTY BOYS AT STATE Among the 816 degrees awarded t the 74th commencement exercises f Pennsylvania State College on Monday five were conferred upon he following Indiana comity boys Peter W Fisher Plumyille arts nd letters Thomas W Chirch 276 South Seventh street Indiana ommerce and financeJames K Mc Clhoes Home agricultural econ omics Russell J Nix Homer City education John B Hewitt 225 South Seventh street Indiana in dustrial engineering GREENS PLEA HALTS WALKOUT UNTIL JUNE 30TH Green Pleads for Steel Truce MORE AUTHORITY FORJ100SEVELT Present Session of Con gress Places Further Power In Hands of the Pass ed Included Dittsburgh Convention Adjourns After Ex tending U 1 t imatum Period Abritration to Halt Strikes UP BY WIIVLTAM S XKAT T X H Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON June dent Roosevelt easily the most powerful peacetime president will hold even greater authority as a re sult of the session of congress slrug gling toward a close today All cries of dictatorship were disreparded by the present sessior as it evidenced a peace further power of the chief executive BULLETIN WASHINGTON June a record vole and in almost record speed the house today passed the joint resolution authorizing the pres ident to appoint impartial boards to deal with labordis putes The board will be empowered to hold elections of works to de termine representation and compel attendance of witnesses at investigations The resolution now goes to the senate where an earlier agreement between Republican and Democratic leaders pres ages its early adoption By JAMES L KILGALLEN PITTSBURGH June and relieved over the call ing off of the threatened nation tion of Iron Steel and Tin Workers While rebellion broke out among I a telegranr of apprecia THE GENTLEMEN DICTATORSPART IN AGREEMENT After 18 Months of Threatened War the Two Dictators Agree On Plan That Will Save European Strife KEEP THEIRWORD COMMODORE BOY MISSING TWO YEARS The father of an 18 year old boy who disappeared two years ajjo is very anxious to learn the where abouts of his son The boy is Mike Hanchark who disappeared two years ago laat arch At that time he was working or John Ortner two miles east of ncliana on the Clymer road Anyone knowing of the whcre bouts of this young man should otify his father Paul J Hanchark Commodore HILLSDALE MAN Frank Falls il Frank Buufi known Hillsdale resident the roof of his barn yesterday fcil from it the distance of 16 or 20 feet and suffered severe fractures of both ankles and injuries to his back He was brought to the Indiana Hospital yesterday afternoon and today his condition is reported as satisfactory Mr Buterbaugh who was a heavy man and 60 years old lit on his feet when he fell from the barn roof He was taken to his home and given first aid by his local physician before being brought to the hospital here both Democrats and Republicans like against granting the vast au thority soughi by secretaries Wall ace and Iches there was no hesita tion to aid the president Authority conferred upon the pre sident included The right to cut the gold content of the dollar which was done by proclamation Authority to build the navy to tready strength at a cost of up wards of a billion dollars Discretion in the carrying out of the silver purchase policy involv ing huge sums of money Right to negotiate reciprocal tariff agreements with foreign na tions and thus vitally affect indus try and agriculture Further authority to settle labor disputes if the emergency resolu tion is passed The right to call upon the RFC and Public Works Administration for undetermined amounts of noney for relief purposes In addition the president as the PROPRIETOR OF DANCE HALLS SUED PITTSBURGH June from Fred Luther des cribed as proprietor or owner of Greensburg and Johnstown dance halls for alleged use of two popular musical selections wagon wheel and over somebody elses should without the Copyright owners consent are sought here in suits on file today by two New York music publishing houses in federal court DAMAGE DONE TO OLD COVERED BRIDGE County Detective Harry has been asked by the County Commissioners to Koozei Indiana investi gate and if possible make arrests of those responsible for the tearing away of boards from the coverec bridge over Twolick creek at Grace church For some time some one has been deliberately tearing ofl boards from this old bridge and throwing them Into the creek tion and gratitude to William Green president of the American Federa tion of Labor Tighe thanked Green for his splendid service in causing to be held in abeyance what would have been the greatest industrial conflict that the iron and steel industry has ever The strike scheduled for today was averted as a result of the per sonal appeal of Green who submit ted a proposal which the union lead ers adopted This proposal was that the steel workers ask President Roosevelt to appoint an impartial board of three members to handle all controversial labor questions in the steel industry Tighe said that up to noon today he had received no direct word from Washington that President Roose velt would receive the union delega tion which plans to visit the White House on Monday and lay the Green proposal before the president The following telegram signed by Tighe president and Louis Leon I come as a miner speaking to the steel workers cried William Green president of the American Federation of Labors or ganized millions in a dramatic appearance before the Pittsburgh convention of delegates front steel workers unions Green urged coolness and judgment in considering a1 plan which he felt would avert a strike at present while assuring their rights to the organi zations The convention voted their approval TROUB OPENS IN NEW STORE ROOM Furniture Co Now Oc cupies Room C Streams iictate sugar quotas and exercise vide authority in the operation of he bankhead cotton bill cattle re Continued on Page Two lead of the administration would anl secretarytreasurer of the Amalgamated Association was dis patched to Green at Washington Speaking for the entire member ship of Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel and Tin Workers we desire to express to you our grati tude and sincere appreciation for the splendid service rendered in coming to our convention and by so doing made possible through your counsel and personal appeal the holding in Continued on Page Two NEW TRIAL ASKED FOR MRS VISCOUNT EBENSBURG June attorneys prepared to day to file motion for a new trial ni Lhe conviction of Mrs Jennie Vis count a resident of exclusive West mont district of fortune telling charges by a jury which spent less than an hour in reaching its verdict Sentence was deferred pending action on this motion As spectators jammed the court room and scores milled about corri dors Mrs Alice Huber state ace witness and Helen Senko described how they bad paid the defendant to cast off spells of ill fortune ana for working in one of Cambria county courts most sensa tional trials NINE ADDITIONAL BEER LICENSES ISSUED The following additional Beer licenses have been issued by Coun ty Treasurer C C McLain Retail Angelo Fume Heilwood Carlo Guy W Baker P D Ditullio Bosio Blairsville Campbells Mills Chambersville Joseph Shaheen Clymer DUtributort J Paul Baker Saltslurg Sam Steri Indiana Jeo Raglani Homer Git Hector Kain Raymond Vaia Indiana CHERRY TREE MAN PASSED NAVY TESTS 0 A communication has been re ceived in this office with the infor mation that R M Allison of Cherry Tree has successfully passed the Naval Academy entrance examina tions An enlisted man in the regular Navy Mr Allison is now home on thirty days leave but will return to his station at Norfolk on June 25th to be transferred to the U S Naval Academy the first week in July Mr Allison is a resident of Montgomery Township and was graduated from the Montgomery High School in 1930 He enlisted in the Navy Feb 2 1931 at Youngstown Ohio and served his training at Great Lake 111 He has served on four S S Ne vada U S S Pensacola U S S Chicago and U S S Antares For the past six months he has been attending the Naval Academy Prep School at Norfolk where he has been stationed and having fill ed the requirements as to age edu cation and duty was permitted to take the entrance examinations for U S Naval Academy which exam inations he has passed successfully The Troub furniture store opened yesterday at 72123 Philadelphia street Mr Sam Troub is the pro prietor and has been in the furniture business in Indiana for almost nine years Immediately after the World war Mr Troub entered business for himself in Homer City and then moved to Indiana occupying the store room on the corner of Phila delphia street and Taylor avenue Due to the desire to give the cus tomers a wider selection in the fur niture line Mr Troub leased the va cant house next door to his estab lishment and opened Troubs An Business expansion and the evergrowing list of customers am their many needs called for stil more room and Mr Troub met this with the leasing of a large garage and stored his additional in this place as history repeated it self these other two times it is do Continued on Page Two Lost Pocketbook cantaining sum of money and othe valuable papers Finder please re barn to Gazette and receive rewarc TT BIDS CLYMER JOB Construction of Two Bridges ancL Pavement Planned M Bennett and Sons of Indiana were the low bidders when bids were opened yesterday by the Penn sylvania State Highway Department in Harrisburg for street improve ment and the construction of two bridges in Clymer Borough Their bid was The contract calls for 1470 feet of concrete pavement varying in width from 18 to 32 feet on Sixth street from Franklin street to the State Highway leading to Dixonville A steel pony truss bridge with one span of 118 feet will be built over Twolick Creek Another bridge over Dixon Run will have a span of 38 feet and will be of concrete construction Both of these bridges are on the same street Sixth street To complete this contract will re quire a number of weeks of work and it is hoped to have the entire job done by early fall BY H R KNICKERBOCKER INS Staff Correspondent Copyright 1934 By VENICE June ropes gentlemen dictators parted today Canceller Adolf Hitler flew back to Germany with his itfafT in three trimotored planes and Pre mier Benito Mussolini of Italy saw him off at the Lido flying field while bands played the Fas cist marching song and The Horst Wessel anthem of the Nazis This time Mussolini smiled more than a little He had reason to for Hitler had traded Austria for Mus solinis handshake If the gnetlemcn dictators keep their words peace has been assured in Europe for a longer period than anyone could have hoped three clays ago They have reached a gentlemen dictators agreement and today for the first time in eighteen months the world can be confident that war will not break out in Central Eu rope This is the net credit balance o the first meeting between the bosse of Germany and Italy It is a cred it large enough to justify the expec tation the world had harbored tha this meeting would be one of th most momentous since the Hitle revolution upset Europes balance Hitler however flew back with a ironical accomplishment on hi books He has done something t restore another bit of that Europea stability which he had himself de stroyed The contents of the HitlerMusso lini understanding are almost iclen tical with International News Ser vices exclusive outline of the aim the dictators would strive for will call oft1 the cam paign of terror in Austria will lift the prohibition against Germans traveling to Aus tria will respect independ ence of Austria and not attempt to bring her into the Reich will return to the disarmament conference and the CHRISTIAN YOUTH RALLY SUNDAY SHARON CHILDS BODY IS FOUND DIED OF POISON Father of Three Con fesses Finding of Little 4YearOldII Minerva Dilley in t House He Fumigated HIM Young People o f All Churches to Unite In Closing Session of Ep worth League Conven tion League of Nationswith her de mands for equality recognized But Hitler will dd these things only if Mussolini is able to carry out his side of the bargain Mus Continued on Page Two Anderson Reunion The Anderson clan will hold their annual reunion in the Indiana Fail Grounds Wednesday June 20th Hollywood Wonders What Will Happen When Max Returns CAR HIT BY TRAIN 2 KILLED INSTANTLY Bir ARTHUR N 1 X S Htafl CoiTCSpoudem HOLLYWOOD June Beneath the very evident satisfac tion which Hollywoods film colony received from Max Baers victory over Prinio Camera for the heavy weight championship of the world today ran an equally evident under current of apprehension Remembering vividly the act ivities of Max Baer when he was merely a challenger the elite of the film colony and the extras as well cau not help but wonder what will happen when Maxie returns to the field he likes so well a fullfledged cuampiou One film worker put into words what all the others felt and said when he declared Dont quote me on anything con cerning Baer Ill give you the facts but you never can tell how Max will take it and I wouldnt want hi m to come out here and take a poke at Maybe tins actor was recalling the socalled friendly feud between Maxie and Jimmy Durante It all started one day when Baer walked into the MUM studio res taurant and picked the table at which Durante was seated He walked over and started to sit down meanwhile smiling around the room at the Continued on Page Two CONNKLLSVILLE June 6 youths were killed and a third seriously injured near Mount Pleasant when a Pennsylva nia Railroad freight train shattered their automobile at a grade cross ing a coroners report today said The dead were Ralph Lombard 17 and John Yatanic 19 Hunker Clarence Geckel 19 was rush ed to a hospital suffering from ser ious hurts Rescuers were forced to tear apart the twisted wreckage to re lease the bodies Investigators expressed belief the machine stalled on the tracks Curry Kuu Services Childrens day services will lx held in the Curry Run church to morrow evening at 8 oclock Sharon Child Cremated POLICE AND STRIKERS IN FEROCIOUS BATTLE PHILADELPHIA June NS Handpicked squads of leve headed policemen today patrollec the vicinity of the S K F Indus tries where strikers strike breakers and police fought a pitchec battle with fists bricks and stones clubs and other bludgeons late yes terday As an aftermath of the riot which lasted more than an hour and was participated in by more than one man lay in a hospital today with a bullet in his hip 10 others including a policeman were recov ering from severe beatings and 17 strikers were in jail During the height of the fight shots were fired by both sides po licemen swung blackjacks and riot sticks freely and strikers hurled rocks and other missies strike breakers automobiles were over FINE PROGRAM The Epworth League convention got off to a fine start last evening with the Fellowship banquet The oastmaster Mr William Kelly was at his best Dr J A McCamey asked the invocation and Mr James Meaclowcroft was song leader Miss Ruth Rink president of the local league gave a very fine wel come address Short enthusiastic talks about Newton Hamilton the annual summer institute of the Pittsburgh conference were givei as follows Why Go To Russell Betler The Location am Alberta Kessinger Faculty and Classes Mis Blanche Enyeart Kenneth Winebrcnner Miss Eleanor Driggs At a highly successful infor mal getacquainted part was hek under the direction of the loca league The party was in the itjvtur of an competition between three group chosen from the delegates Corhpe tition was keen and close and Ih mirth that came from the churc social hall pronounced it one of th nost successful parties of the yeai Todays program will go on a scheduled Sunday morning communion for all delegates will be observed at the church at 7 in charge of Dr Mc Camey The big public feature of the con vention which is to be the Christian Youth Rally of all churches will start promptly at 2j30 Sunday aft ernoon Dr J J Mcllvaine First United Presbyterian pastor will use as ihe theme of his address the theme of the convention Youth Builds a New Special musical features are in store and the public in general and especially all Chrisian young people are urged to attend as a ges ture of good will toward all de nominations If you or your organ ization has not received a special in SHARON June Homer M Sanders selfconfessecffl cremator of Leah Minerva aged four years was held for cotti n charges of mf laughter and destroying a revcnt a coroners earing before Alderman Harry EIf iott here today Sanders 43yearold Sharon gionnaire and electrical ileaded not guilty to the Judge J A McLaughry was lail for the defendant Meanwhile a griefstricken ly mourning the gruesome of the child who disappeared r home on June 3 arranged morial services They will be ducted by the Rev H B Di Methodist minister at the D m home tonight 1 MERCER June Well boys youre talking to who has had a lot of tough This frank assertion came frqrnpl the lips of Homer Sharon Legionnaire and engineer who confessed he the body of little Minerva Dilley after findin dead in a home he fumigated I dont know why I continued I guess I Tired but surprisingly chel after a sleepless night in ty jail Sanders awaited at which time N mine what charges will againatvMm had met death cyanide due to Sanders and recommended that he for court action The detainedfmi r in a signed confession police sai admitted he carried the girls less body from the to a field five miles from and cremated it I was just like a hit and run er through fear I did not report Continued on Page Two vitation please consider this a very cordial one to attend Come am bring all the young people you can Youth of the world unite Strive fight for what you deem the right Youth sees with surer eyes Because its eyes are clear Of prejudice and fear Youth need not compromise No compromise with wrong Let this our slogan be The League of Youth is strong Stretching from sea to sea ESCAPED CONVICT CAPTURED TODAY EAST ST LOUIS June JOHN ORTNER SERIOUSLY HURl Fell WhilTGetting Oi Hay Rake Yestefij day John Ortner aged 65 one best known farmers in White ship is a patient in the Indiana pital suffering from fractured and possible chest injuries sustained yesterday about a m at farm His condition at noon was reported as fair Mr Ortner was out in the field and when he started to get on a hay rake made a misstep fell on the metal lever A hired man who was working the same field discovered the dent almost immediately and a ed in getting Mr Ortner to house He was brought to the 1 pital a few hours later Mr Ortner is the owner and prietor of one of the nicest and 1 Liberty gained by Eu kept farms in Indiana county turned and wrecked and their gene Randol Norvell convicted kid pants pummeled unmercifully A RULING ON MORTGAGE POOLS HARRISBIUU June INS Banks and Trust Companies cannot create new mortgage pools and must liquidate those they have as fast as is reasible according a ruling from the department of justice today The only exception to the crea tion of new pools was in the case of estates for which hanks or turst companies are jiduciaries The rul ing was written by Deputy Attorney General Harold D Saylor for Dr William D Gordon secretary oi banking naper of August Luer Alton bank er when he wriggled through a i2i foot section of 14 inch sewer pipe at Chester penitentiary came to tin end today More than a dozen officers sur SHELOCTA VACATION The Daily Vacation Bible School of Sheloctawill hold a program rounded the escaped convict as he exhibit in the U P Church of slept in a gungalow here this locta on Monday evening ing and captured him without i at 8 oclock The public is invHed struggle A man and a woman in to attend this meeting and see the bungalow with Norvell were t work done by the Vacation Blbw held i School Leah Dilley 4yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs George Dilley of Sharon whose disappearance had stirred the greatest sen sation in Sharon and whose charred body was found through the confession of a Sharon Vet is here shown at the age Passed 1 C S Course John Mike Plaveczki of Josephine j has just been informed that he has i passed the final examinations in avii ation mechanics coursethrough the i International Correspondence School of Seranton Gillespie Family Reveals Apolo Letter Df John Jacob Astors Special Next dry cleaned and pressed lha Pauch 250 First Presbyterian Notice There was an error in tinlime of morning worship at the 1ies byterian church as it appeared in the church notes in yesterdays pa per Morning worship will be ai the regular hour 11 oclock NEW YORK June The AstorGillespie feud which has i been rocking society since Eileen Gillespie broke her engagement to j John Jacob Aslor 3rd flared up again today when Mrs Lawrence Lewis Gillespie socially prominent i mother of the pretty debutante made public the young millionaire famous letter of apology whiffy j preceded return to him of the 000 diamond ring he gave Eileen the time of the engagement Irked by denial that he made the apology which was de manded by the Gillespies in ex change for return of the ring Mrs i Gillespie revealed the text of the letter to International News vice At the same time she a brief statement indicating that far as the Gillespies are the matter is closed Uillespies statement text of Astors letter to Eileen lows In reported interviews to i puvs Mr John Jacob Astor 1 to cast some doubt on the 41 his apology The letter of ft is as follows 11 11 I Dear Miss j I willingly j may have said to I Continued   

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