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   Lebanon Semi-Weekly News (Newspaper) - June 13, 1929, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                i f WEAf H Partly e ay wh local sW mountains Are 75 This Ttn Can Harp Some Place Daughter PRICE A V EIGHT PAGES THURSDAY JUNE 1929 EIGHT PAGES i Vol 43 MYERSTOWN FIREMEN READY FOR ANNUAL PARADE OF THE ASSOCIATION SATURDAY Lancaster and Lebanon Counties Will Be Represented by Fire Companies Accompanied by Bands of Music and Drum GEORGE COOVER WAS SELECTED CHIEF MARSHALL Is President of the Goodwill Fire Hosts on the Occasion Two Celebrated of and Will Be Present and Will Be a Big Spectacular The Good Will Engine and of ha arranged all the details for their spectacular event on which is the parade held in connection with the seventh annual convention of the Lebanon County Firemens Associa At the meeting Wednesday George president of the Good Will was selected as chief marshal and he in turn named Robert president of the Myerstown and president of the Keystone Fire as his Paul in his official ca received the acceptances of the 26 companies to be in line aiut Continued on Page Eight MISSiSlENGLE BECAME BRIDE Miss Ruth Elizabeth daughter of Agnes of 222 North Railroad became the bride of Andrew Maple son of and of Wednesday evening at 6 The ceremony was per formed at the home of and J R of 406 East Main br6ther and sisterinlaw to the Dr G president of Lebanon Valley and pastor of the First offici The pretty ring ceremony was The attendants were Matron or Allen of sisterinlaw to the bride maid of Miss Leila of Misses Myrle Turby and Mary both of Palmyra flower Alma Merle of Columbia New was the best Porter Camp bell and were the The bride presented a pretty ap pearance attired in an eggshell satin a long flowing veil with a coronet of trimmed with orange She carried a beau Contlnued on Hage Eight PAYNE SUCCUMBED TO HISJNJURIES William Patrick aged of Pershing passed away at 8 Wednesday even at the Lebanan Sanatorium as a of a fractured skull and other injuries received at 3 Saturday at the cor ner of Cumberland street and Lin coln when he was struck oy Continued on Page Eight VAN LEAR BLACKS PLANE WRECKED BY CYCLONE Lear Blacks plane the Maryland free State which was a the Wumdum airdrome prior to Us beirig shipped to the United was blown over and wrecked by a cyclonic storm today Black said that the uisfor tune should hold up his flying plain for the but said that he wouul return to the United States where he would build another plane of a sija type at a cost ol Where They First on East Carpenter facing Railroad Second on east side of Railroad south of Carpenter Third on West facing Railroad Fourth Division Form on South facing Park Fifth Railroad In Case of Fire Two messengers will be sta tioned at each fire where the telephone operator will call in case of flre and the local company nearest the flre house time will answer the Start on Time The convention will be called at 9 by President delegates are expected to be DINNER GIVEN BY EMPLOYES OFBQNTON Employes of the Underwear and Hosiery departments of the Bon Ton Department store tendered a dinner at Yiengsts on Wednesday evening for Miss Barbara of 19 East Locust who will In the near future become the bride of Ben of Miss Spangler was until very recently employed at the Hosiery of the Bon Ton and is well known among a wide circle of The table was tastefully decorated for the pink and white be ing the color A miniature bride and groom was the center Miss Betty Spangler rrave several pleasing vocal accompanied by Miss Shirley Those present were Harry Miss Emma Mlis Cath erine Miss Elizabeth Miss Shirley Miss Elizabeth Spangler and Miss Barbara Spang COMMITTi NDER REPORT At Next Weeks Meet ing of Board of Directors Members of the Airport Commit of the Lebanon Chamber of Com have another interesting re j port in course of and it i will be presented at next weeks meeting of the Board of A I supposedly final report was rendered some months but three other propositions were suggested about that and the committee was asked to follow up the new sug A very comprehensive and allinclusive report on the new propositions is now fast nearing com Seeley Patterson is chair man of the committee and is pre paring the JUDGE MARX MADE UNUSUAL DECISION IN THE BERKS COURT HOUSE REJECTS DEBENTURE PLAN IN FARM RELIEF House today backed up the views of Hoover by rejecting the export debenture plan of Farm Re The Debenture which Hoover had attacked twice in public statements and which he had termed a was vode down on a roll call the in sistence of the Senate which had approved it on two A number of Senators had been as demanding tho inclusion of the plan in the bill in order that the House members could be recorded on Todays actionwas regarded by administra tion leaders paving the way for a recession by the Senate in its stand and a quick transmittal of a relief minus the debenture to the White The vote was 250 to Calling of the more than 400 names of tho House members start ed a few minutes aftei Speaker Longworth rapped for order at Chairman Haugen of the Agri culture raised the ques tion by moving the House instruct its members of the Farm confer ence committee to insist upon re jection of the Hardly had Haugen started speak ing before shouts of vote rank through the Under the rules an hours debate was in but members clamored incessantly for the NOTICE The SetnMVeokly Nrtvs will fW to prwta Saturday JUMP Instead of Juno The paper will bo rocelvecl by subscribers In thefirst Monday Correspondents nnd advertisers will please have all copy In the Netrs Office sometime YELLOW BIRD OFF FOR PARIS Green Flash Nosed Over on Beach and Was Out of the Running Old of Myo transatlantic airplanes got aiay to a good start for Paris the headed crashed she left the The1 Yellow huge French manned by a crew of three young made a A criminal case taken out of the hands of the jury and decided by the pre siding judge is an unusual proceed old lawyers said todayThe ac cused gave bail today until the mat ter is disposed of inargument Accused of swindling an aged wom Olma out of Carl alias Carl and Fields were found guilty of violating the State Securities Act by Judge Frederick The judfc pronounced the two guilty after their attorneys had demurred and thus under the law takes the responsibility i for deciding their guilt or iixpocence from the jury and gives it to thn Lawyers of the accused will attempt to convince Judge Marx In argument court that the two should go free for techincal COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SEEK DATA FOR NEW ROAD County Commissioners Frank William Noli and Ray spent Wednesday afternoon in the interviewing prop erty owners relative to the construc tion Q new and are at the of SUIT AGAINST WILLIAMS FOR KILLING A MAN While Koger Williams was making a futile effort to got the Green Flash off lhe bench at Old Orchard a suit for damages for tho death of a man killer by the propeller of a plane piloted ly him was in in Supreme Judicial Court It was the first time action for damages for anairplane fatality had ever benn fileil in a Maine Henry Hough was killed by the propeller of a plane owned by the iCurtiss Flying and pi loted by at the Portland airport last 1 A deposition by in which lie said he had warned Hough and other passengers to stay away from the propeller as they alighted from the was Harriott of widow of the man was the plain The hearing was before Justice William sitting as ref CConMnueiJ on FACTS WHICH ALL MOTORISTS SHOULDKNOW Facts Motorists Should a pamphlet designed to give in non technical language all the informa tion motprista need for proper ob servance of the driving rules in Pennsylvania ready for distribution by the Key stone Automobile In announcing that all requests for the pamphlet will be regardless of club Har rison counsel in charge of the Legal said the object of the booklet Is to assist In accident Wo said Kildpin iht a largo percentage of accidents Is due to unfamlliarity Many motorists are inclined to assume that because they are com so far as mechanical opera tion Is concerned they need know little about the laws that Rovern Consequently there are numerous intersection crashes that are entirely The law governing right and left turns is highly and every car owner owes it to himself to be come thoroughly familiar with the proper methods of making the pamphlet contains diagrams showJng both the correct and the in correct and also gives every rule of the road lo be followed un der all 37 OCEAN LINERS WERE IN PATH OF YELOW BIRD MEMBERS ST GUILD AT BANQUET Members of Catharines Lukefi numbering twenty enjoyed a banquet on Wednes day evening at the Blue Bird A delicious rapast was consist Ing of chicken rice frleJ whole fried new new creamed banana frit cherry Ice coffee and Hugh bouquets of reit and white sweet Willlnme graced the table and miniature potted collet were founrt at each Red and the colors of the pre dominated In all Songs of the Guild and many popular songs were sungMiss Helen Krelder presided at the Sev eral accordfan solos were rendered by Miss Rosa Nellie Walters gave a shor after which ehe called on each member to give some humorous ex Many amusing Incidents were told and were greatly enjoy ed Clara who will leave In the near future for Boyer to make her future wa presented with a Following the dinner cards were enjoyed and pinochle and 600 were High scorers were Rodney Brace and George Holateln Paul Charles Moudy and William A short business session was held at which time now officers wera They are an follows Presi Nellie Walters vice presi Fox Smith Miss Florence and secre Miss Molllo The lat ter wo were Miss Mollle Miss zabeth Hoeser and Rose comprised the committee in charge of and were Riven a ris ing vote of thanks for the splondlti style in which everything was plan ned and carried Those present included Nellie George Hol Miss Elizabeth Miss Mollie Rose Rodney Miss Florence Belle William Miss Kate Charles Irvin Clara Tom Harry Charles Haul Pen rose Archibald Horg Charles Miss Mae Miss Helen Krelder aud Miss Rosa THREE INVITATIONS FOR HOOVER TO MAKE ADDRESSES 4TH OF JULY dent Hoover is considering three Invitations ta make Independence Day addresses and the sponsors of each are still They would take him to Philadel phia for tlu annual celebration at j Independence to New York for Love Deaths Not Pact The mystery surrounding the finding of Ruth Wilson and Horace Roberts dead in each others arms at deepens with the an nouncement by the police au thorities that Roberts could not have committed the deed be cause his neck had been brok William Wads medical exam iner of is performing an autopsy on the exhumed bodies of the CLEONA HAD FIRE SC ONWEDNESD Quick work on the part O Cleona fire laddies yesterday prevented what might been a serious About 3 oclock John fielB noticed heavy rolls of from the windows of the Itflbod Improved Harrow and 06 located ol Washington JMne of which the Heisey had been away iflft the plant for a short time aflttilt was on his return that the fctt attracted his Me cA for help and the Cleona HOS6 1 Chemical Company i John Herman Jofi Ray Joe vi ftltt Kay Krelder used the hoee line apparatus effectively noon had the blaze under Krolder particularly was verjnl strumental In the success of the li fighters In checking the spread the The which was of ed seemed to have startedUiV the It is not believed much damage resulted other the cellar and the bottom of tf the firemen Just a few minutes there is no but that the entire plant would gone up In They were highly praised for tnet efficient EPHRATA OWL OFFICIALS ACQUnTFJj OF VIOLATING FEDERAL LIQUOR LAWS Roland secretary of the Owls Home Association Eph and Walter a legnd bartender of thr were today acquitted of charges of vlojat Ing I ho federal liquor The defendants wore tried in th federal district court nnd the jury was out nn hour and twenty The trial started MEETING HELD BY LEBANON FIREPOLI Members of the Lebanon leer Firemens Police monthly session at City noaday and In transacting routine al mndo plans for their This Will Take the Tests Examinations lo select Pennsyl vanias representativefor the Thomas Edison scholarship will lhe county convention parade at on First Lieutenant White reported that he has secured two dozen of fine linen in will he worn for the time In tho Saturday men will also wear their summel fatigue It is expected will ho at least twenty of the policemen in line Commander Elmer Lelnijtige designated Secretary John represent the force at session of the Lebanon County mens Association on Saturday ing was decided to hold BO meet ing during July and August owingv j the Various octlvittes wUV1 t Of I engaged in as soon aa 1 meeting schedule Is resumed In New ed across the North Atlantic steam ship lanes over the contem plated course of the Yellow Bird on its flight to were 37 ocean Some of tlio better known ships were George Nieu Trans American Ro lie De Majestic and West bound for New Liners en route to Europe were the American De Olym which sailed June and Leviathan and American to North to speak at a meeting of the Southern Newspaper Publishers The presidents views are us yet un Iknown other than if ho Fourth of July ho will i leave tho national capital to do ifhis was learned when a delegation called at the White House with an 1 invitation to speak there have been indica tions that of the tho invita day in the hnll of tho House of1 Sixty seven candidates from nil sections of Continued nn ago Four FIREMENS CARNIVAL AT FREDERICKSBURG SAN BANK RUNNER ROBBED ON Han A messenger of the First of South San Antonio was Hoover is said t like tbo Idea of launching ati In dependence Day message to the A carnival will be given by FrederickSburg Firemen at Saturday June on a bus here today and robbed approximately f Herbert the tained tho money at a the Firestarlod for South San American people from the very spot I inans i inerous amusements for tho enjoy ment of young and old will be ou th Nu When lie bus he point on South Laredo who had followed Flack drew ft ish the ial bus service from the STOWAWAY IS REPORTED ABOARD YELLOW BIRD Old that a youth had stowed away in the Yellow Bird before it j took off for Paris today received some credence thia Arthur of was said by two other youths to got into the big plane while the motor was being warmed A youth named Clark called at the Schreiber home and told Morris Schreiber that he and Schreiber tried to stow but that only Schreiber was Schreiber said her ton came home late Wednesday night aud donned khaki pants and leather ft Equipped With fUdio New French plane Yellow which started on a flight to France today from Old Orchard Is equip ped with radio and will attempt to keep in communication with ships and shore throughout its The planes call letters ahe FAX and the wave length is 600 upon which were enacted the stir ring events which have rise to the The invitation was pre sented by a delegation of prominent including Mayor Cyrus Curtis and PI VINf C A HPT I H TROIIP General president fLl IWJ JU 1IVUUI of the Pennsylvania Should lie accept the New York Hoover would speak at a celebration which last year was addressed by Alfred then and the ofivolver and forced him to hsn4 has been seuurfsd to furn the Compelling the BLIND STUBEOT AWARDED DEGREE AT NEW JERSEY Today ter the only blind student ever graduated from JSew Jersey law school was the possessor of the degree of bachelor of laws Rluck obtained bis education la the public BChooJs although readiuf dpne through the Brail le wrjttyg 4 Governor of New his op Iponent in the campaign for the STARfWORKON ANNEX TO HARRISON HIGH Work on the new annex to the Harrison Junior High at Seventh and waa started Wednesday morning when ground was broken and the excava tion The new will coat approximately when will include six class joojne and a it wJM be KILLED AT KELLEY FIED San stu dent the advanced flying school at Kelly was killed and Fly ing Cadet Floyd Bernard escaped death by taking to his para wnen their planes locked wings over Kelly Field today JOHN GRIFFIN KILLED IN AN AIRPLANE CRASH radio was ed when a PanAmerican airways passenger and mail plane was ed down this morning about ope west of Santiago De officials of tbe air Una bere at 11 There will be a spec to the robber left the bug entered a car parked nearby which a second man waHedi escape was made without beng WILLIAMS AND WILL GO TO NEW YORK A PLANE TO MAKE Old Roger Williams and whose the Flash crashed today as ted to take off for i afternoon that they would go York tonight to complete ments for another plane to They said they would re within a week and try to within 40 fumes gtfneiuUd in an XJttjiy Cleveland Clinic AJay cl other life today and of dead in the disaster to died to Lustig vs ent but   

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