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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - December 4, 1930, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                WEATHER Cloudy ulltflitly collier TliuruiUy Friday cloudy followed by snow or Published in Titusvilie Pa Birthplace of Oil and Natural Gas Industry ESTABLISHED JUNE 14 1865 DAILY PAPER IN THE OIL REGIONSClKvULATION OVER 5000 DAILY VOL66 NO J 48 CLAMS1DID NOT THURSDAY MORNING DECEMBER 4 1930 Original Well THREE CENTS Dramatic Discloures Mark Reopening Of New Yorks Probe Into Extortion May Break Will OHIOS NEW SENATOR ON THE JOB Newspaper Man Fired Shot Over Spanish Officials Head PROMPTLY SEIZED BY PRIVATE SECRETARY Five Womea Tell of Paying I High Tribute to Offi j cers Nye Committee I1 ads Addii i tiosal Items in Cam j I INSPECTOR EXONERATED1 paign Costs j OLD RESOLUTION IS RE AD BY ALABAMAN ttv Aagocintetl NEW YORK Dec into Declares Act Was Bloodless Protest Against Conditions Exist ing In Spain I Ilt jKxoriiitrd I MADRID Dec newspaper rej porter resigned his job today and then aimed with a pistol went to the office I of Premier Berenguer and fired a shot j over the premiers head j The reporter Joaqtun Llizo denied j he had intended to shoot the premier declaring he wanted only to ihoot at him as a protestagainst conditions in Spain 1 However his pistol jammed after the first shot and he was promptly seized by the premiers brother Luis who acts as his private secretary and was standing beside the premier when the i shot was fired Berenguer who had been about to hold a conference with assembled j newspaper men walked up to Llizo j with perfect coolness and said Well why did you do that i I came here replied Llizo to j make a bloodless but energetic protest against the social regime represented j by your government I Berenguer then turned to the other newspaper men and said j I am all right Dont make much out of this boys It isnt anything i i am unhurt and he is only a poor fool ish fellow Premier Keeps Cool I The premier then proceeded upstairs where he presided at a meeting of his cabinet as if nothing had happened At police headquarters Llizo in a statement to Chief Mola said I My act was a protest against the political and social conditions which exist at present in Spain and which if continued will carry Spain to chaos Everything goes bad in Spam I did not care to kill Berenguer as my phil osophy causes me to oppose killing I also did not care to kill because I entered the building as a newspaper reporter and would not want to cause shame upon my brethren of the press It was for the purpose of preventing reporters as a class from being sub jected to humiliation that I resigned this morning from El Sol and thus was not a reporter when I shot I alone am personally responsible nvmcT with no confidants or accomplices LtADERS ADVISE ACJ1UN New York City magistrates courts with special reference to graft extorted from women accused of vice reopened pntp tcday before Referee Samuel Seabury fluCls rt ant to Vauclain BrownDavis to unfold a series of dramatic disclos ures rive women told how they either had paid high tribute to lawyers bondsmen and police officers or suf fered punishment for violations they never committed Treasurer li Chile Acuna paid police informer Pennsylvania was substantiated the testimcny of the five vcnate picked up Proceedings to break the will of the late Alexander P Moore for merU S ambassador to Spain may be instituted by attorneys foi Mrs Dorothy Russell GiU aliove stepdaughter of Moore only daughter of the late Li Russell famous stage beaut According to her attorneys Mrs Calvit was cut off in Moores will because she revealed details of his early life in a series of magazine articles Moore is said to have promised Miss Russell that he had made ample provision for hrr daughter yjy WASHINGTON Dec seni ato campaign funds committee over protest James J Davis of given hi seat in the up todav the trail of to the extent there was no evidence rjrvhBrcwn primary expenditures and against them and added tc the list 52 reported it had found a total thus far other women who were prosecuted dcOr spite the fact he had told police he ThiChairman Nye raid was S272 had been unable to get evidence 312 more than the amount reported to against them More than 30 of the 57 hjs committee by campaign wcmen served prison terms on thcior Davis and Frpncis Shunk Brown charges the unsuccessful Pennsyivanir guber Ryan Is Exonerated natorial primary candidate The Acuna also exonerated Police InEditions were accounted for by investi spector Thomas T Ryan mentioned gator Nye sent to Harrisburg last previously and pointed out Lieu Peter J Pheiffer as the man who posed as In the light of the newly cuscovj HOOVER SEES DEFICIT AND TAX MEASE Says However Countrys Fi nances Are in Sound Condition SUBMITS ANNUAL BUDGET MESSAGE Calls for Rigid I Discontinuation of Income Tax Reduction Floraf tributes and telegrams of he reached his office in Washing congratulation from all parts of j ton Photo shows Senator Bulk the nation greeted Ohios new semitor Robert J Bulldey when ley a Democrat and an avowed wetat his new desk i deny he ever had seen Acuna j The exinlcrmer walked through theDavis court room and picked out 2G pclice men who had employed him at one j time or another to gather evidence j The officers were present on order of i the police commissioner i Lieut Pheifler who heads the plain clothes men i to the senate for its action While the committee was hearing two witnesses today Senate i1 Black Dem Aui read en the senvlc floor without comment a rcsciuticn adopted by tne senate eight year ago in ceat Senatoi Nevberry cf Michisan ing i funds i Paid S3 to S10 The informers are paid from S5 to 10 for each case he said In previous i hearings Acuna told of receiving an I average of for cases from which officers obtained graft i Mary Palmer told the referee she paid 5575 to obtain the release of her i self and her cousin Elizabeth Wilson after thay had been arrested on trumpedupcharges In at least two cases in which wo tenate the Rye committee wishes to examine Samuel Vauclain trecsurer of ore of the four DavisBrown campaign committees Jmllion For Unemployment Relief NEW YORK Dec API John D Rockefeller and his son John D Jr tcday gave 81000000 to ths emergency unemployment committee which is seeking to raise 86000000 to give employment to 15000 men in this city during the winter It was estimated the Rockefeller gift would give employment tc 4000 men for four months assuring an income to each adequate to take cure of a family It was the largest gift thus far recorded the next largest being that of 3500000 made by Edward S Harkness The Rockefeller contri bution raised the total already col lected to 84133000 NEW Hunter I hu Agannaica WASHINGTON Dec deficit lies ahead and tax rates must be in greased but still President Hoover to day told congress the governments fi l nances are in a thoroughly sound con j dition I The deficit he estimated at 000 and he said in his annual mes jsage transmitting the budget that the j one percent income tax reduction j granted a year ago could not be con tinued i But he submitted a balanced budget for the fiscal year 1932 and a state tnent that rigid economy in legisla jtion would give the nation a surplus iof 530600000 for that period j A heavy decrease in probable in come and the necessity to increase j public works and aid employment he said do not warrant continuation of the tax reduction The chief executive found no cause for concern in the impending deficit It amounts hesaid to less than five percent of the total government ex i penditure In Sound Condition When we stop to consider that we are progressively amortizing our pub lic debt and that a balanced budget is being presented for 1932 even after drastic writing down of expected reve nu Aatioriuted Pmf nue his message ran I believe it YORK Dec 3 Courtland wm be agreed that our government fi Young wealthy magazine nances are in a sound condition suffocated Courtland Hunter Young Dies in New York Apart ment Blaze The committee will hear 14 witnesses j in New York tomonovv on the New Jersey primary and election expenses and may decide to hear Vauclain there at the same time Nye said 319500 ofthe additional 327200C round by rep resented funds reported received by Philadelphia Delegation to Legisiatiire Makes Deci sion at Caucus publisher was suffocated today by Although asserting appropriations to i 11 relieve unemployment and help farm I smoke from a fire in his richly Qf the drought area would tend to J nished apartment on West 54th streetincrease the deficit as estimated he His death occurred a few minutes after expressed the opinion these needs wouldbe rescuer had been overcome could be met without undue danger The President ywas emphatic in warning congress against extravagant KILLED SS i PHILADELPHIA Dec Phi ladelphiadelegation in the 1931 legis j lature decided at a caucus today not to j j 0 1 cfier any opposition to GovernorElect courtv caninaign treasurers from the men wcuid not accept marked money Vauclain organization but for which proffered ny Acuna he testified the no accoiinting was made by Vauclain siresting officers pretended they found campaign treasurers in more than Taken Aloft Oil the money in the pocketbooks cf the 25 counties made no report at all he 5 wcmen added although they were required to JuOSSS biIp VV 51651 iDU j The inqmiy adjourned subject to the renort all expenditures over j call of the referee It is being conductTne javs tVo witnesses were William I ed by the appellate division of the R Douglas of Camp Hill Pa sncre I New York supreme court and relates tarv to William S Varc who was ce particularly to magistrates courts of niec the seat now hold by Davis and I Manhattan and the Bronx George Y Weaver of Philadelphia rcp resenting r collection agency holding a bill fcr campaign printing eel in Air ANOTHER by the fumes I The fire started in the living room publisher apparerft wakened and j tlmated for next fa to be tempted to fight the blaze realized and a deficit for that period Nelson Bruce superintendent of the avoided j apartment house summoned by neigh 9 i bors broke into the apartment i Young clad in pajamas was stagger A total of was requested ing on the threshold of his bedroom to the government through the down and crawl Mr Youne next flscal He recommended in down and ciaxu MI young creases oyer current appropriations of for veterans for federal aid roads for public buildings 52480660 for prohibition en Another Wounded as Youths Pro test to Opening of University Causes Clash Giffcrd Pinchots program for organ i izinS that body at Harrisburg early in 1 January i Six of the eight state senators and i senatorselect of this city and most j of the 41 state representatives attend DHM PITTSBURGH HAVANA Dec One poj ed the meeting and decided upon wha 1 iceman was killed and another ed here today as students protesting aPPears LO be the reopening of the National univer a conciliatory attitude toward Pinchot Their action it was sity by presidential decree clashed with stated was taken advice of leaders Philadelphia police during a downtown demonstra tion No students were reported wounded but 50 were arrested among them four girl who had led the parade from the university campus to the business dis trict carrying a Cuban flag The rioting began at the university this morning when classes were to have been resumed after a shutdown cf the Renubiican ganization war board In addition to the legislators PITTSBURGH Dec J man was found shot to death at the j wheel of his automobile and another i was found wounded in the stieet near the car late tonight following a gun battle on the North Side The dead man was Steven Ban 20 The wounded man is Matthew Lucas 31 Matthew Ban brother of the dead i man told police Lucas asked his broth er for a ride and when he refused IlClsS GADSDEN Ala Dec desperately to the landing ropes uvo terrorstricken men were carried ubruptiy aloft tcday when the Defendj er largest of the Goodyear blimps sud daily broke away from its ground crew here i Cue oi the men lost his grip 150 feet in the air and fell to his death The prcne on the floor and started to creep toward Young Bruce was overcome and two elevator bqys dragged him cut When they returned to Youngs j b construction loan fund i com tne publisher lay dead across decreases were for tax threshold refunds for natioanl de Cigarette Is Blamed fense and for interest on Firemen believedthe fire was started the national debtv by a lighted cigarette j Total receipts for 1932 exclusive of Young was born 54 vears ago in postal revenues were estimated at New Orleans He was principal owner 085119000 and total expenditures at cf the C H Young Publishing comS4054519000 Receipts for the current pany which publishes Youngs magayear were set at 83834865000 and ex ether was knocked loose by a pole af zine founded in 1899 Breezy Stories penditures at office today Among the deacl were one white mis ionary and one Chinese Many houses collapsed government buildings were damaged and cutter nig crew Jim Quisenbeck of Oklahoma a regular member of the ground force was the man injured While the landing crew was walkj I in inc blimp to the hangar here after Campbell of Brooklyn former Fol lies girl He and his first wife had j been divorced in 1911 j the caucus Have No program wounded j Lucas was rushed tc a hospital where The Philadelphiadelegation is hc was reported in a critical condi of the institution during the November j ing to join in passing legislation for nom a wound in his abaomcn elections and the 18day period of Pennsylvania said State Senator Sam tiai law which prevailed in Havana and suburbs until 48 hours ago The students assembled in front of JT lill0 1 Vctliltt OtitiJ vjtiiii g n uel W Salus who acted as spokesman iMechaniC LSEpS eet after the meeting We have no r DJ Ti c Jhree o native houses and crops in the direct path of the storm were Q e stroyed The governor hns rcappomteci th relief committee which was named al Itad Unusual Lift An exjjianation 01 the accident was advanced bv Jack Boethner pilot of the Defender who said that the blimp had lest a larg avncani of fuel while Two years after Young married the Miss Campbell in 1920 they Rumors Persist That Plane Was Seen Trying to Find Land ing Place Save Guard From Drowning cBUFFALO N Y Dec hio NEW ORLEANS Dec Two prisoners today risked their lives i meeting gram of our own We will go along the offices of Dr Rodriguez Molina f all bil that are fcr the good ol newly appointed as dean of the univer1 tno tate i sity in place of Dr Martinez Prieto to Pinchot has sfid he is going ter the hurricane of one year ago anci buckingheadwinds while enroutc here ito savp the expenditure of S20000 for relief and repair has been authorized by th colonial secretary anr that the baby dirigible consequent ly hua an unusual lifting power of nearly 3000 pounds whom students objected do a lot of things for Philadelphia COLON Canal Zone Dec C I Domcyer cf Red Wing Minn a chief aviation mechanic in the Unit H1IS TILL 111TI BUI and we will be satisfied if he does ed States navy leaped 400 feet to his Mayor Asks For Car With Machine half of them As far as we are con cerned the election is ever and we i bear ill will to no one i Asked ii the Philadelphia members LOCKHAVEN Dec this sound like a penny thriller Fortney back to the abyss He could retreat no furthtr unless he jumped over the cliff to almost certain death Charging down upon him was a j bear Winner already had fired five of I his six shots into the body of the charging animal still the bear charged Standing almost on the edge of the cliff Winner sent his last shot plough ing into the infuriated creature The animal stumbled fell i deid within a yard of him Sounds like fiction but it is a fact or so Winner says It occurred while would make a fight for the reelection uninjured cf Senator Augustus F Daix Jr cf j this city as president pro tempore of the senate in the event the Pinchot crath in Linion bay today when the meter dropped out of a haw seaplane carrying a crew of four The pilot equipped with a machine gun for use saved the ship and the other men were in combating bandits and gunmen was ERIE Dec An automobile NEW QUAKE SHOCKS TIRANA Albania asked by Mayer C Williams in hus annual requisition to the councilrmmc budget commission today ir guard irom Patorno 27 Guatc 25 both trappers brought here by Emile Kinler U S the shin broke loose the crew deputy marshal to answer to a charge I scon placed it under control and made of violating an antitrapping decree a afj landing a few minutes later In entering a row boat with the men The accident was the second in reKinlev fell into the icy water Patorno c3iit weeks fcr the Goodyear flee of and Guate dived until they found him j blimps Tne Vigilante sister of the De weighted down by a heavy coat at the j fonder hit a mcunttLin near Piedmont I bottom oi the stream He was uncon1 Aid last month Tho crew escaped inscious but theyrevived him WORKMAN ASPHYXIATED JOHNSTOWN Dec de Search for William M Griffin Ohio pilot missing for more than a week was revived here tonight with persist ent rumors that a plane had been sighted in a blinding snowstorm near county Sketchy descriptions of the corresponded with that of the by Griffin who 24 af line HCuher an is vember 25 the day after Griffin disap peared A plane chartered by the Buf falo Evening News flew over the sec D c sire for a warm place in which to ca on j forces support another candidate Senjearthshocks occurred yesterday in the IT hjo i atcr Salus replied I Viilcna district of southern Albania Jif stood vvuh his are udc hclT much danage vv alC and expect the rest of them to go last monvh causirfr one death and thV along with us oilaiwc of five NOUSPS YOUTHS BODY FOUND DETROIT Dec body of Banoio Odcio 27 was found lonUYf in thewreckage of a twostory brick building destroyed iat night by an rx plosion Clark to b a BnlJnior a possibie iracture The car in iron Ashlanci nnk iicro hich o Nr nctrcts rr the accident was traveling ork sirurl cost Pefr Covich 38 his than an hour this afternoon without He s t dcn betvcen is any to the missing plane nnes m tne Bethfehernstecl plant and morft lanes PrC was asphyxiated Workmen spent three i to hours in futile efforts at artificial resj niration his lunch life foday in FiveYear Ban On Immigration To Be Taken Up By House Committee OK AX CITY Huftcn S Clrrirn county np today ETS REEK i of ncir Knox a iivnnoint biick WASHINGTON Dec fiveyear he was hunting near the Coudersport ban on imniigration from every other 13ike today wjjj considered tomorrow by the liousc immigration committee fs National Transit Contracts a unemployment relief measure c D 11 Moving to carry out President Kcov Lst ror Seven DUiidings OIL CITY Dec A building and improvement program charges Chairman Johnson clled the started by the National Transit Pump commiUco pfun Machine company with the leltins a vcsohition to elTcct tho crs suggestion for further limitation on immigrants who might displace American workers or beconu public of contrncts Seven new buildings will bo added to tho plant in addition io alteration and extension of Structures any proposal would open the general subject The Johnson resolution is similar to one sponsored by Senator Kccl o Pennsylvania except tha ihc Penn sylvanian lay the ban for two yearn Canada and LatinAmerican coun tries would be afifected by tin1 Johnson resolution Tho possibility of susncndiuc immi gration for two years was with President Hoover tonight by Sen a tor Herd and lie aff the con he had rereiYd imprc Express Speeds Along Congres Hoover 5 Will Be Informed How Would Spend SITS FEKH1R St Lou Dec 3AI York nxjiiTss v Ohio rniiroan Ohio river W Vi tofliy Williams i iifvv ihc Prrarl ifOOOOCCfi or i tlV Fresidciu Hoovers to con gress marked a nrrd for oxhiustivp rei teroncr present examination of the entire suuject and sion such a movement would meet with Johnson has said that discussion of approval engineer with i avm r5 oi throi he the train to a stop with the other Youll know Wood interposed WASHINGTON Dec liam Green president of the American Federation of Labor announced to Dcmocrntlc leaders have demanded night his organization would not op an explanation of when where and ncse confirmation of William N Doak irro mod MIOhow the chief executne proposed to as secretary of labor v propoifts to usethr sum And onr Republican He said ma statement the fedeia nc Mibi Chairman Elliott of the house public ticn had hoped and behevea a meraoei VommitPr said he thoicht cf the organization would be named moremonv ahrariy has been approbut that President Hoover decided priatcd for public construction than otherwise as he had a perfect right to can br siipiit rext year do Dinocius in debate made clear that After the President made his de thw did not protest the expenditure cisicn Green said we accepted it as bur that tlwir objections were to Anal He is entitled to exercise his MiUitirV tJiC 1 1011 10 t UV tllV 4 t cabinet commUtee would make of the cst thought of opposing the money ation of his sppolntnunt xtiv promlsr Chair n cum ani Poto i obipcilons were to final MC is cnuueu tu o rociupstwithout spocificajudgment in the selection of his cab ic it the President and met We never ontnrtoined MIP   

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