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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - August 17, 1933, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                MiSiiMTON MERRYSO ROUNJ DREW KAJUON W ROBERT S LOCK HAVEN EXPRESS WEATHER Partlycloudy probably show tonight and Friday not much In MaxU mum temperature 52ND 144 LOCK AUGUST THREE CENTS Poison and Qun Fire Crowd Crime Stage Path of Blood and Death Wanders from New Jerseys Thickets to San Franciscos Penthouses voice of a report of shots swiftly whir Torch Victim Behind the appointment of Hugh Johnson as chairman of the Consumers Protective Board of the NBA It an untold storyof well mentioned feminine General Johnson did not know his wife was to be It was all news to him until Mary Emily Newell Blair and others of his lady brought in her They a its headlights racing away and on the they wanted Johnsons apj d bieeding from three bullet lay a dying and apparently meant what they So gen1 Who killed James Games eral gladly gave the Virginia The reason theseladles were Inj countryside near Grundy silent was because the story bad untn there came the scream ofa got around that the Czar of Indus sound of five shots try Is siring his secretary too fired In quick Then si That lady la tire ent once three dead less little Mary Frances j men an somewhat addicted to setting her killed them picture In the but Drinks Death and there Is a thicket near The only trouble Vlth In which waa found u she called around the the body of a murdered Is that she has a violent though j And a woods In New purely Platonic case of hero wori and ine body of a woman j She arouses the Ire of his been And a pent associates by sitting In on private with a woman conferences and even answers dead like the questions In press So his critics have let the iai1 A doctor of set around Johnson J jje said a woman pat poison cant control his own whiskey and watched him as for a man who In bound to ne They hold her to bare Is a bad And day a I that Is why the ladles of j jt wag grape juice that who all admire the general tremenj polson death to four persona In Ar put their heads togetheri Jelly was the medium a and brought unobtrusive but Detroit mother used to poison her determined Johnson into the j tKO but they did not die because when they became III she Unruly Car Leaps Into Basin in I Men Are Ready Stampede Say Rep resentatives By Associated Press OIL REACHED In the silence of the Spokane night there sounded the johnson Sees Code Will ROGUES GALLERY Joseph Keenan Is special assistant at the Department of Jus tice for kidnaping cases and pro aumably a very busy other day a hot tip was tele she Is expected to phoned from Oklahoma City rej the same larding the Urschell kidnaping A man is burned to deathin an which involved a automobile at and could not bear to see them so she called a i But two children In died from and the mother who is blamed for their death still 100 Per Cent Sacking of Industrys Heads i ing Governor Pinchot that men are ready in leadj ers of the anthracite miners in Schuylkill and Carbon Counties have appealed to chief execu tive to see what can he done to open Idle I Some have been closed 5 the governor and the un employedmen cannot be control led much It was Indicated that the govern or would try to have the National j Recovery Administration Include j provisions for distribution of work In coal codes now j Pinchol told the miners he is ac quainted with conditions and would do everything possible In crease Conference at White House J0hnstown agreement on the principles of the oil Industrial code was reached toj i day at a White House j I President Roosevelt ruled on controversial points in a lengthy meeting with Hugh ta Rogers carries mail every day between the offices of the New York and Pennsyl vania Company and the Post At 4 oclock yesterday after noon Rogers started out on his regular trip but this timi his journey was not o uneventful In turning around In the narrow quarters besides the paper Rogers erred In his manipulations of the To his own surprise and tha of the numerous Rogers car suddenly headed directly for tha mounted the six inch and with the grace of a sea sank slush Hy into the There were no particularly harmful results except that Rogers was thoroughly soaked and quite annoyed about the whole the mall he was carrying received a and the car reposed on the bot tom with the top just out of A towing truck pulled out the fractious automobile and some of the mail was Expect Showdown on Relief Policies Second Postponement of State Board Meeting Indicates Climax to Dispute Between Pinchot and Organization EXPECT nsus iac farther apart on the question of relief Governor Pinchot and Republican organization mem bers of the State Emergency Relief Board are girding themselves for principally over paid Twice the Impending clash has been averted by postponements of scheduled meetings of the incidents which have added to the friction between the governor and Auditor General Frank State Treasurer Charles Speaker Grover Talbot and Governor the organization set tentatively for next Wednes Observers predict it will asserting both groups ready for a fight which they say Is Pincbot and engaged in Baldwin recently preliminary verbal bout In which the auditor general charged the governor Is using the State Game Commission Will Show Wild Life Exhibit of Native Animals VARIETY OF AMUSEMENTS Expert Rifle Marksmen Will Exhibit Skill Free Ox Roast a Feature The annual picnic and field day relief organization to build up a of the Clinton County Fish and political Pinchot prefGame Association will be held at viously had charged Baldwin was the Elka Country Club on Young wasting state money on expen1 womans Creek near North Bend sive cars while trying to hold relief j on August Thous for the jobless to a Protests atainst continued creases In the number of paid em ployes In the sfate relief system ands are expected to attend from Inj Clinton and neighboring counties and the committee has arranged i an elaborate program of have come also from outside the A will befan The second postponement came j The moat vigorous was that I cy shooting with a Winchester by At the personsof Mayor Eddie McCloskey of Ingram of Stale Vir close to the situation said Talbot who telegraphed Pin gll Richards of Pittsburgh will give and Baldwin had refused to j protesting the governor has an exhibition fancy shooting while Waters left the The nc1 been using relief money to pay I with Remington Richards the same observers j parasitic friends whom you call j and Shearer of Farrands was the organization members tallatlon for the governors sudden Opponents of extensive forces of decision In calling off last weeks i paid contend these em In that Tallict ployes are displacing unpaid volun had come to Harrisburg from If the latter ware County before he learned the their supporters local relief Sessions Attract meeting was will collapse when the Row of ville won the worlds championship matches at Seagirt four years Sports tor All There will also be regular pro gram of contests In which all sports men may Fly and plug cast Ing rifle and pistol I dustrial and Secre tary the oil Earl of i I think the code will get 100 per found dead Is Ms burning cent support from the waa believed by pollen to be j said Johnson as he left the White tha victim of a torch His dii Local Re turn This Evening i BELIEF EXffllTlE ooreed wife Is being held In connec tion with the Associated Praas Photo of was elected grand chancellor of the Knights of Pythias of Pennsylvania yesterday to succeed Stanley of was named vice chancellor In a lengthy business session that was contin i 24 Women Candidates ransom and one of Oklahomas wealthiest oil The bearer of the tip tried to get Keenan on the the wife from whom he was separ ated Is being Torch slay Ing again is I President Roosevelt studied the points of difference and considered steps for quickly bringing ued until this morning becnjse of coal and automobiles up lu the deadlocks In some Amount Spent in Pennsylva nia Increases as Number of Families Drops i Blue IN OF EM 1 Woman Prominent Oh you couldnt possibly talk toi Women are figuring prominently said current plague Hes having his picture I an attractive brunette Is Call back In fifteen j questioned In the inquiry Fifteen minutes later j the slaying of She told No you still cant talk to j police she was with the wealthy Wonder What Part ExPrCSJ The photographer still j iporUlM11 and practl j Be Cut Down to Secure 20Foot Width for Paving of Water Street 1MISH11ES ON WiTERll DOOMED Henry of was j steady decrease In the number of anil F Trim needy families receiving public aid of was tied without oppositionfor grand prelate of Plus and of Philatiel I i awakened by found him That was his A Is Involved in the with I tloner all but ten minutes of the But cant I get him to the phone j last two hours ot his A few for Just half a minute hours earlier he bad been with replied the he other woman on a boating has his tace turned to one side Is to be j holding a perfect and jt was a third wouldnt dare Interrupt would spoil the SKILFUL PLANNING Not even higherups In the State Department know but had been working on the New Deal forCuba almost as Intensive ly as he has worked on He began it long before March 4 when he had Charles sugar and Cuban together with Harvard come to Warm They had just been to Later he appointed Sumner bis best Latin American ex etta Will Play in Affairs awaited today the return of grand keep has been shown In the first official er o records and Jack checkup by the Federal Emergency J Relief Administration and noted by Harry the administra ns very The report showed fam were the in a cuntftt j Hies received relief In Hop j for intor guard ai thj meeting was JIns said this would show around I persons were being as Rose of slated In the country In that month was elected grjmt chief of the land compared the figures with Pythian families in May and 133S In Six Lock people are at Expenditures of state and tending the Pythian convention In local funds for relief totaled Roy in compared with The next board meeting has been j state and federal funds Is and will be among the varied sports open to Prizes will be Those wish to dance will nara the use of the dance floor at thedob facilities for card playing will ba provided and pro gram of boxing matches will be put In the A five hundred pound ox will be roajted and the sandwiches distrib uted free to all who want Visitors are Invited for the whole day and may bring and the committee will provide and sandwiches and drinks may ba bought at the club Wild Life Exhibit The Slate Game Commission will show its excellent wild lifeexhib This exhibit on display at Wit llamsport several months will Include live bear red and gray wild squirrels and A mounted specimen of every type of hawk na tive to Pennsylvania will also be shown along with models of game and various types ot The names of 24 women will appear on the Primary Election ballots of Clinton County next They are candidates for various bor ough and township offices and some are participants In lively local battles for the posts which areat The feminine candidatea are seeking nominations In ten different Chapman Township la In the lead with flva women Ten women are seeking nomination for the post of school two for audi tor and the remainder for judge or Inapeotor of elec STERLING IS ENVOY HERE j Twenty shade frees along the 1 river front at the edge of i Water many of i from and largej are doomed to be delegate for the and in May and in 129 tTTEIIO CURE triple murder mystery of ot former President Mario as was the case on George delegate for Officers said she admitted havl Menocal and CoL Carlos Mendieta j fonte Avenue and Susquehanna both left Ing been Inthe car when the menand wondered what part they th8 marcn of highway were shot play In reconstruction plans of the Fear of a woman has been given new provisional Improvement In this an assistant dia lien uiuviaiuuMi uu by Mark Shank the observere to trict engineer and Joseph l Qualified observers professed to for the murder of four members possblllty that the two famous a family near The Ieaders against the overthrown Shank had been Of Gerardo Machado might nlng arourfd with Alvln and lde back lnto favori uke an had demanded a sum of money portant roie Jn President De Cesanced h p n L concrete under threat of telling pedes pavins of Water Street from Jay authorities some things j solve n Haven of the were and ad 1 States showing Increases in Arthur Rathgeber anil money spent Included Luther Baker left and j Hopkins ascribed the Increases toParents were joined by their husbands more adequate relief resulting terday to attend the convention from prodding by the federal agen The entire group will return this i J The general decline he figured toj be due not only to a decrease In un employment but to good adminis and Friends Visit New Boy Scout Camp at Queens Run under threat of telling and political and economic Heavy Rainfall Thia Morning Rain fell steadily from 1 oclock About 125 parents and friends attended the campfire last night Obligations incurred for uucm held by the group of Cab pressure of the Shank didnt want them to Dorn of last weeks revoln Jim Parleys who wanted the Job i he he figured to kill for the Since that time be has been in constant communication with j Colley children died from the pol read most of soned knew all the figures Cuban Thwarted Plan Colley to keep the woman from Colonel onetime con his wife and two gressman and newspaper s r a uniform In order to secure this space I It will be necessary to encroach on the parkway from Henderson Street to a point below Hanua This will mean the re moval of twenty all of which were marked by the State High way Departments Welles to the Stale Department the fauxpas by which States more than a VseashoHxof the and sent by special plane to j Jsts slipped through their directing a revolutionary j partment of streets and public 1m until 6 oclock this again piovment relief from public funds under tne leadership of Richard fnolrtnir tha tffnltnil at thA navr TIjMr Qrnllf sugar almost by the most Important report ot all was that wired by who first took up arms in and since has been linked with tlonary went tn At the police and fedon February remarking eral agents pushed forward with liberty Is crupheil in new determination today to erase eral Menocal has been in the that Gen soaking the benefittlng vegetation and keeping up the mountain Tbe precipita tion during the five hours was of an The temperature dropped to 53 degrees yesterday the lowed point reached by tne mercury since last The minimum temperature this morning was 61 for May and June as report lief and the num ber of resident families given re at the new Boy Scout camp near Queens William Miller acted as toast master at the entertainment held lief from all public funds for those at tne He gave a short at Hyde It told how j eariy in the1 Word qf provements Machado had Inspired the general thwartfd kidnap plot against Guy Aug gcott Kift strike himself for the purpose of wealthy Fort Marquex former reInvoking marital law and emeisi oil was heard and1 Cuban ambassador to to ing the kidnap threats against August accepted the offer of President But he reckoned without the Louis and Carlos De Cespedes to be ambaa temper ot the Cuban The Henry Louis capitalf sador at strike was beyond control within a j were made I few I Agents of ihe law range the After he has sot Cuba riding hard on the trail of cupying a 16room hotel suite In and back to Welles is return the new desperadoes who rob banks j side four lines of the fam ing to the State Department kidnap men of wealth at the lly of Gemlo deporvl j Case Authorities point ot machine From an president of laet night enj WoM in office In a sweeping I Joyed Its first sound sleep since tbe i Jld em In Williams months for Pennsylvania Include and June 690 and Die In China Floods Hupeh Province Cen tral talk on tbe purposes of Other speakers were Calvin McCoIlum and Edward Through the courtesy of Clark the Cub Scouts will enjoy s marshmallow roastthis The Weis Pure Food has donated for the boys during tho Birthday Surprise Party Miss Frances daughter and City Engineer of and of i8pread floods of the Yellow River M tbe concinslon of the camp iin Northern China were said today flre rjobmaster Hartzelf took the OR6ANIZERELIEF Three Departments Established Under CountyWide System A relief divided into three principal was approved yesterday at a special meeting of the Clinton Re lief The case department will Investigate and keep the rec ords of all cases on the relief list the auditing department will be In charge of accounts andthe work department will supervise thrift gardens and other work A staff of ten Investigators and sub nine clerical workers and five Including the executive case auditor and work will be In cluded In the organization which will operateon a countywide Mil IS HELD II nf honor last evening at a nave caused deaths in the TlsUors on tonr of Inspection of surprise party on her seventeenth ast few Thirtyfive eueMn were i A weiner roast was en Joyed and the evening was spent In playing run the Latin American sho THE PRA The corridors and offices ot the NRA no longer are filled with be war on crime Is being In I precipitate flight from that Island another office a member of the Roosevelt brain trust is concen ays and re authorizations are now handled with dispatch and out A Senate committee In New York republic on port Cases I Visiting Friends Here developments In the Jersey Shore Lewis a tormer resident of j extortion case have shown that t residing at not extortion case hut a thu clt d now rcslding at is not an case hut a break up SUatsburg on the Is according to state and county offl lu uremt up kava There U a reason U Is the PRA officially the I Presidents Reeraployment Agree Drains ten to muni unofflrlniiv tho nnliev annually from i seeking ways a form of crime which Senator lCopeland of York estimates visiting friends Gage has been an instructor at tho An ment the policy and planning board of the dollars School al Slaatsburg on the Hudson and next term will be r J Rules on Home Loan Bonds 1 r United States district attorney In of Department at the With offices removed from cltf i dlate vicinity ot those of Brand jury with evidence that four this meeting all day and far IeaderB are con Into the rules on all projtrollcd D5 gangsters poeals laid before General John Its in the form formal are quickly laid on his desk for his final j This simple system has ellml of Men to Discuss NRA nated endless redtape which 17 have declared that the case is officially No crime has been committed from a legal they i Ford Jersey Shore j reported to the authorities that on Monday evening of last week a note had been left on the1 crib of his 32 months old daughter 1 threatening to kidnap her if 5500 son cloudburst The sprinkle of crime has torney General WHliam Sctnail WR5 Mt fortncoml f for the into an crimer today ruled Pennsylvania AIfred Kessler of Par i Pleaded ree ex mds of the Home unn Frederick A Corporation as InvestMlller 1932 but denied them in exchange he wrote the note to Mavor es on real Gcorge R threatened to bog down the whole promotipn 0 the National Recov recovery The Wea I ery proBram wln be discussed In originated with some ot General j Harrieburg Saturday by secretaries Johnsons brilliant young j of chamberg of commerce through era Loan ments and ac for mortgages among them his Lieutenant j out The meeting Gandhi Starts Past 17 Mahatma Gandhi refused his eve irge Harris threatening with death and his daughter with handwrit ing states that the hand writing In the Harris and Miller rilng meal last night and thereby notes Is the Kilbonrne he spells ciarifv functions name with a t on leave from thethe NRA program which have been initiated a new Following a hearing delegated to commercial organiiaj home member nf the Legislative Kcssler was committed to the Continued on Page 2 1 said in that body I county jail default of Pinchot Calls Baldwins Bluff The fight between Governor Pinchot and Republican organ ization state officials took a new tack today as Pinchot charged that Auditor General Frank by refusing to limit state purchases to NRA is preventing Pennsylvania from supporting the National Recovery pro The auditor generals de partment yesterday informed Pinchot that legal technicali ties prevent the limitation of state contracts to firms flying the Blue Today the governor said he does not know whether Bald win Is but has de cided to give him a chance to make his bluff Pinchot added that he is re quiring all contracts to in clude statements to show whether bidders and contrac tors are NRA members In goad tne new The campfire program was as fol lows Fire lighting ceremony by Robert cub song by tbe entire story by Louis Rath assisted by Dick Hart group songs and stunts by the duet by Fred Jameson and Raymond Wnn T A Simnn Atrroojl Tramp Song by Bobby Hartzell Simon Has Agreed harmonlrjl hr to Take Place of Council man Zindel harmonica solo by Francis solo by Earl poem by Billy story by Francis songs by a Rich ard Bud Dick Allen Motter and Lew Realizing Importance of com pleting the work so is carried on by Councilman Zln Yankee by I del until he was Assem i blyman Joseph Simon has patrl otically agreed to act as chairman State Christian Endeavor Meets of the finance committee on ar nLLIlfKIR Coaches Ricker and Haines at Colgate Coaching Work Starts 1 Thirtysix Invitations have been extended by Coach Ralph Ricker to members of last years High School football team for the first day of practice on Septem ber A doctors card was also included to be filled In by each attending to his physical Coach Ricker who has just re turned from his vacation at his home at will leave Satnr and day for Colgate University at Lewis Rathj where he will at coaching school under the direction of Andy head Col gate and Harry heart coach at the University of rangements for the convention of hundred delegates swung Into the the State Firemens Association full days session of the con this city in place of vention of Pennsylvania Christian Simon will direct the completion ot Endeavor Societies today with I the work of soliciting suhscrlpwill be a Christian as their tions anil collecting the amount It was sounded for them nearly J500 of which last night by Walter was collected by and president of Beaver Jen Li In the hands of treasurer of the With this end in Simon has called a meeting nf the committee for tomorrow evening In the rooms Stewart was robbed yesterday ofHarry subtackle He will be accompanied by Ken neth Junior High School They will spend one week at Colgate hearing lectures and watching The outlook for the coming sea son for Lock Haven is very I The entire squad except for eight 1 members of the 1933 graduation of the Community Loan In the a small quantity of gold and ser Clinton Trust j eral other small The The committee on and who apparently slipped In tprtainment will meet this evening some time during the day when at S oclock in the City Council the office was passed Wesley Maggs Is over more valuable and chairman of this i took only a model of filled Dental Office Robbed has been held over from last The dental office of with only one sul who would have been a Junior this The first game will be with Re novo September and Coach Ricker expects to have his squad in almost perfect by that   

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