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   Warren Morning Mirror (Newspaper) - March 3, 1928, Warren, Pennsylvania                               ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES NEWbi'Ai'iiK J.HJ.N WANT ADS PAY REFLECTING THE BFST IN WARREN FORTY-THIRD YEAR MARCH 1928 PRICE THREE CENTS WANT ADS PAY TWO MISSING AVIATORS ARE FOUND NEAR ARCTIC CIRCLE AVIATORS OF AIR NAIL IN DIFFICULTY Costes and Le Brix Find Se- GREAT WAR HERO IS IN POVERTY 3 ARE FOUND vere Storms Too For Their Plane Hard Buffalo-to-Cleveland Flier Down Four Times Be- tween Erie and Ashta- Another Descends as Fire Threatens Mar. The Allegheny feared by aviators because ol the severe storms vrhich sometimes hover above today defied the fam- ous French Joseph Lebrix and Dieudonne and forced them down on What was planned to have been a non-stop flight from New York to Detroit. The four-continent flyers made a good landing on a farm near Just off the air mail the Frenchmen -were follow- _will resume their jour- ney tomorrow If -weather conditions permit. The two guests at a hotel here said they battled snow and wind for the greater part of the distance from Mitchell N. where they hopped off shortly be- fore noon. At Lebrix they were forced to climb to feet because of the adverse weather. The visibility was very they and the cold was severe. According to they did not stay any great distance from the mail route at any although they were compelled to reckon their position by instruments most of the over strange territory. The Frenchmen said they were very tired when they arrived at a hotel and requested not to be dis- turbed because they intended to re- tire at once. The field on which they landed affords a good and no trouble was expected on the take- off tomorrow. Mar. ficials of the Ford Airport here to- night received a telegram from the French Dieudonne Costes and Joseph stating the fliers had made a safe landing in a at Pa. The men enroute from Mitchell N. Y to had been some time. missing for -I1U.C The briel message Indicated the world fliers had fought head winds and snow storms for several hours in their attempt to drive through. They plan to resume their flight to- morrow morning if condi- tions permit. No mention was made of any damage to the plane. Mar. itmes miles -Forced down three ainc'e passing 40 away a Buffalo-to-Cleveland mail plane of the Colonial Western Air- ways. piloted by M. A. Moth- finally gave up its BORAH LETS LOOSE TESTIMONY GIVEN ON NICARAGUA MESS Senator Dill Battles on Floor For Withdrawal of United States Marines Mar. After a flare-up today in the senate on the administrat- ion s policy in chairman of the senate foreign rela- tions made public the testimony given that committee on Nicaraguan conditions last month by high naval officials. Secretary Rear Admiral former commander of American Naval forces in Nicara- guan Major General Le- commandant of the marine and Brigadier General of the marine furnished the testimony. But it contained little not already as to poli- tical conditions and battles. Mem- bers of the were interested in an opin- ion by General Lane that if the mar- ines were -withdrawn. General Augustino Sandino would march on Managa and take charge of the government. Withdrawal of the marines was demanded by senator Demo- who battled on the floor of the senate with three of Shortridge of and Edge of New Jersey. Dill charged that the marines were sent in the re- quest of American concessionists in and denied that Am era- can property and In es were cn- danjered. But testimonv on that point'was Admiral Latimer having Explained that he first landed for- ces in the latin American republic because of attacks upon American settlements. The officers agreed that Sandtno had promised to lay down his had repeatedly refused to do so anrl had raided an American-owned mine before the marines took the field against him. Dill opened up the senate by reading a dispatch telling of the latest encounter between the San- dino forces and the Americans in which five marines were killed. Then he opened up on the foreign relations committee with a de- mand for the reporing out of one of the resolutions of inquiry now pending before that body. This aroused Borah who assured the senati the committee was gather- ing the information possible and had exhausted the subject so far as the military and naval act- ions were LEGALITF OF SEA MARRIAGES UPHELD Loses Because of Failing Health and Lives With His Wife's Folks Sergt. Who Won Congressional Medal by Wiping Out Three Ma- chine Gun Report- ed in Need BY GEORGE BIDINGER Service Correspondent Mai. Sandlin moved his family up from Big Creek last to his wife's at the mouth of Owl's Nest a half-mile from here. Willie had to give up his farm on Big Creek because his health is getting worse. His wife helped him all she could on the farm last but her three babies took much of her time Willie and his family aren't liv- ing in their old two-room cabin any more. Mrs. Cora Wilson Stew- founder of the said it Was a to that he Sandlin- fam- ily should be living in a place that anyway. But they're -oilt it now. Willie Sandlin hasn't roof of his to shelter his wife and three little daughters. Senator Hiram rep- resents Leslie where Sau- diin has introduced a bill in the legislature to buy Willie Sand- lin a farm The bill has been reported favorably by the Senate committee and the senator thinks it has a good chance of be- ing passed. The House committee hasn't given a report on it yet. Besides his mule and a few oth- er Sandlin moved a trunk up to his father-in-law's that had a handful of rather interesting war souvenirs carelessly stowed away in one corner. Willie was a ser- geant in the World War. He doesn't mind showing you the Luger pistol that he took from a German but he is rather reticent about the other He Rivals York And Woodfill Sergeant Willie the is pictured above at the wearing three of the fne medals in action. Tipper right is his wife and three and Nancy 1. Below is the home on Owl's Nest Creek where the family has sought shelter after losing their home. and unless you ask Mrs. Sandlin they may not be brought out of the old trunk. Here is a list of the that Will Sandlin brought in his pockets when he came riding home over the Leslie county hills hack in the Congressional Medal of Croix de Guerre Medal Militaire of Italian War Cross and Montenegrin War Cross. And he has a paper that reads as Sandlin showed con- spicuous gallantry m action at Boise de Foiges on Sept by advancing alone di- rectly on a machine gun nest which holding up the line with its fire. He killed the crew with a grenade and enabled the line to adiance Later in the day Ser- HOOVER'S BOOSTERS ER LAUNCH MARYLAND LONG SOUGHT PRIMARY CAMPAIGN But They Will Act to Keep Him Out of Spirited Con- test in Wisconsin March 2. Herbert Hoovei s campaign man- agers set out toda-i to Keep him in the Republican pi evidential Fight Way Back Afoot to Civilization Through Rag- ing Snowstorms Definite Details of Ordeal Lacking Message Telling of Safe Arrival at Port Bui-well Comes in Maryland but out of that in W At the same there a renewal of agitation bv Charles D vice chairman of the Re- publican national for the re-nomination of President and a demand bv Gover- nor McMullen of that the Republicans nominate a known friend of the farmer. In the Hoover camp theie appai- ently was no concein devel- opments in Wisconsin and Mary- land. From Annapolis came -word I storms of doubt as to the legality of the The aviators who were obtaining papers filed there in Hoover's be- data on winter weather condition's half because they failed to ln tne Arctic are Pilot A. A. w'hich presidential nomination he Lewis and Sergeant Terry of the seeks. This was met -svitli the Northern Air Patrol. The Mar. up for dead all but a few persis- tent two aviators and aa Eskimo guide who were forced down by engine trouble in the frigid. Arctic Circle two -weeks were reported safe today Brief messages from Port Burwell at Hudson. indicated the men had fought their own way back to civi- lization afoot through raging enow statement that thejre was still plen- ty of time to qualify for the Mary- land primary and If the commerce secretary's petition -was technically faulty it would be amended. As for Wisconsin. Hoo'. er'c fi lends piofesbed to know nothing about the move to put his name be- foie the Republican said they know little of. Moi ton of who filed name. but iiiressed con- tidence he could be persuaded to 1. If Hunter fails to do it -was Hoo-v er would 1 that his name be Hi's supporters said geant Sandlin attacked alone and j put out of action two other ma a is spoken of in messages only as A few hours after the take-off. from Port Burwell. Feb. LewhL wirelessed from an unknown posi- tion- cuttinz out. Am course. Landing on Today came the following from the office in charge at Port well- safe at Port Bur- well Definite details of the fliers or- deal were lacking. It was believed here that the lost men were so ex- hausted when they got to the base that officers there forbade them to talk of their adventures until they food on page POISONED WHISKEY GETS ATTENTION BY HOUSE AND SENATE Merchant Marine Hearings Deal With Boat Patron- age Because of Liquor Mar. While the senate was putting on a legislative the house spent today talking about poisoned liq- uor and almost every other aspect of prohibition. At the close of pro- the'senate felt it had earn- Continue Search For Murderers Of 2 Men BOTTLE DISPLAY IS GIVEN BLAME FOR WET-DRY IMBROGLIO there a statute in Wisconsin prevented the of candi-' h.ad medical food and datps in their Return the tnree ended as Onp of the given by a search as the frozen north Hooier managers for their stand probablv ever seen. As soon as. in Wisconsin is that they have no message was received from NINTH ACTION CRIMINAL NATURE' WideireaTstaTeHunl IS STEWART CASE'u' Dispute Develops With Rep- resentative Produces a Motley Collection March 2 March display on the House floor i of bottles containing grain alcohol j tnou and other things precipitated a ver- and 1 organization in that and nev- 1 er planned to seek anv of Wiscon- 1 .sin's 26 delegates to the Kansas City convention. also have decided to make no bid for dele- 1 gates in Noi th Dakota Looking ahead to balloting at ttie Republican Hilies said wag convinced President Cool- idge would receive votes from the and expressed the belief that Mr. Coolldge might be pr upon to accept the nomination j a duty McMullen predicted that tne Nfe- delegation would support Senator Noins of that al he said he O an 1 inm.td on Vice Lewis that he was fellow aviators started out in other and Roial Mounted Police set for 'i with dog teams Driving snow- storms hindered the search and at times interrupted it. But the search ers refused to give up and renewed thpir endeavors as soon as it was humanly possible. DIRIGIBLE BREAKS LOSE FROM MAST I ed a me seuam iciu it Saturday holiday and laid off Chairman of Indiana Stand- NEW Mar. j Sfo'nday' but house sit j Board IS Indicted locxoiitv nf Vnarriaze.s at sea Tt0 firsf workine Satur-I aiU Wii uuaiu 10 AUVJ.V. The legality of Carriages at sea was upheld today in a decision of the appellate division of the state supreme court. The decision was handed down in the case of Harry C. Fish- who contended that his marriage by Commodore Her- bert Hartley to the former Comtesse De Beaumont aboard the Leviathan tomorrow. Its first working Satur- day In some weeks. The house wasn't even trying to it still had-up the agri- j culture department appropriation For His Refusal Mar. 2 department pending cnmmal action but Representative Sir- j rcaultlns fjom Senate'S mvr-ti- gation of the Teapot Dorae-Llk ovich. Democrat. New sician by decided to go Hllls Ieases opened m federal court snow storm at nightfall five miles west of here The mail was forwarded by ran Mothrup's flight was delayed until repairs for his plane could be from Cleveland. Mar. __Discovering in the nick of time that his plane was Tom Har- dm air mail brought his blazing craft safely to early here today. sea October was al. Fisher said Hartley was without authority to perform a marriage. Who Is Can You Name Wanren Man Described neip en force Prohibition. He was speaking a but all the wets and drys'of the house rose to remark somewhere during the row. Robert -ne of lur. Standard Oil Compaq of was for refusin2 to questions asked by The Teapot rjome committee. Stewart was charged bi the The senate hammered 92 bills off grand jury with refund to braska governor to his farm relief views The commerce the state. Luzerne county and of j Pittston City continued endeavors The dispute developed when Rep- to run down the slayers of Ale.x- rpsentative ander Campbell and Peter Reilly at i New produced a half dozen I Pittston relatives and or so bottles and test tubes fOr Ohio delegates will OP ji_si-iea friends of Campbell paid final tnb- he contained the alcohol. He hy Senator wno also n teek- ute to the former labor leader i announced that he proposed to ufee that state's m a -neoc'.i Thousands of miners and at-' them to illustrate a speech on tne tomorrow night at Wellston. fo j tended the funeral. practice of poisoning industrial al- far there has been no indication Reilly will be buried tomorrow. I cohol. th it Hooker will deliv-T anv Captain W Clark of Troop Repiepentative Cramton. Repub-i sp-ches in Ohio prior to h a .Pnnrf an avowed im- NAVAL AIR Lake- i hurst. N. J Mar 3 3 attempting to moor to the hig'v matt this the main moe.- i line of the dirigible LOJ Angeles carripd The I on the port and starboard immedi- cast loose and the ship took to the air. The ground crew was called out as was the entire civilian body eni- ploved at the field and it was plan- ned to land the ship on the field. SKWELL state today denied a primaries CLEVELAND. March i Joe last of the Cleveland. came fo teftrs expressH provided for the arrest of certain mine lnaintaimns order House ancl who it was in- hat MICh use of ai ported gunmen from iork i and paid them to kill Campbell and Reillv. was denied at th Today's subject is a very versa- tile young man. He has the ability the calendar. That's all that could be classed as unobjected to. Tne rest -will take a count of noses lat-j t throueh to- of lively side I issue was one to require lobbyists to register. It's an echo of answer questions concerning disposition of Liberty Bond oil aftual Tlie report district at torney s office. It is that as the result of their gation the believe the- committed nf the Except for his face and clothing .ulnlties knew anyone ho T- j srnrrhed the to do many things fracas m whu-h cened _ny the jf being slightly scorched the pilot was unhurt. J. A. of Dal- a passenger in the was not injured. Hardln said he-was flying low when he noticed the fuselage was in flames. The fire quickly Spread to the linen on the wings. He land- ed the plane and extinguished the fire before it had damaged the plane badly. The plane carried no mail. He often has occasion to talk to mocrat of Montana. lo.t in an ef- had people. In that is part of his fort to stan another fpderal in. dlscusscd J V _ tVin f oniltatlon OI iT__ jt. 1 that is part 01 n is ort to start another federal in- had diPCUssed the bond He frequt ntly was he has the reputation of j Iry the federal trade commission tlons with Sinclair. The SUnuard 1tr.it if lt ls tne terruptec. and once with his audience af- being directed to take over the job Oll man refused to answer on two -o end OK js a Democrat. terVhavmg talked but a short j About ten committees were j different occasions He keen sense of duringthedaywnie sen- der and is admired as well much appreciated by those with j atfi committees were carrying for- fusal. whom he comes into contact. He has a charming a son of ten- dieted on one count for earh re- cohol would constitute conduct. objections having been over- SiiOMfh rxjilained that he was a was not speaking either for or against pro- and was interested in prfventing the use of poison in alcohol. He added that he was a. and had er v. rjt'.cn a prescription for whisker. This brought applause in which Cramton joined. SiroMch t.iat nauseating and other DP used in the place of poison for denatuiing was in- ot and' was I con- a asked it not ci not international uni- a fact that the very best whiskey to some dopers ia absolutely ah- KITTANNING DAMAGE IS i AT Mine re request of Mayor W. oosd cl the bond tnat he come to na out tne enres in irt 1 in his ward such hearin m the movie business and on the _________ is beloved by people outside as well private A_________________________ I as wit.nn his....... .stock yards under department of I T J- NoW J1 wuhoul asriculture control. Strong opposi- Weather Indications describing reporter having t both projects again de. I Locnrtcrl tn tho use of as the anti-block j He based his refusal upon the g of films grounds that the questions pertinent to legislation was without the on. to find a ba.Ms of settlement. He KITTAXNING. Pa Mar 2 f check-up of as a re- of the fire -which destroyed buildings in the business dis- trict here last and to- day brought tne total to Tne origin of tne blaze. not dpfiniteH determined was be- lieved to have been an overheated furnace in a shoe store Among the places damaged were L E. Biehl Clothing Store. S IOP and Son J. L Depaitment and the H. G. company. Six nearby towns sent appaiaius to assist local firemen and fifteen streams of water were played on tie burning structures for several todav advised owners oC the team that he signed the vet- eran siioitstop to a two-season con- tract at Atlanta while on his wav to the Indians crmp tt Nnw Orleans Sewrll will rcfth S27.000 101 both is im- ported. horrent for them to smell and is it hours before the fire was 'The I'nited Mine Workers of not a fart that when they do drink and i Ain-iiC3 disclaim responsibility for it for its that many of them unlawful of individuals and hold their under control The firemen came from Butler. Lepchburg. Apollo and Vandergnft. -jjoin vith -vou in expressing broueht lauchter and Western cloudy and somewhat colder Sat- ually resorted to the use of the word which would give it all away in a minute. eloped. After his second refusal Stewart was arrested by the Senate that the offenders will at once vich replied that Blanton was hioutrht to justice jfpinng to the speci- Gille.spie said hfe would I mens of our He NAME ALDERMAN said hfe would I mens of our He HARRISBL'RG. Mar. i it planned to again him J take nn further action pending the explained that there are two types Appointment of Charles R. Doebler I probably snow flurries Sat- urday Sunday fair with Ksnoij C Cook of rlirfi'c temperature. 4 was described in Friday's Mirror. I The house committees grind was 1 the two question.. Before outcome of the conference sched- j i featured bv a report from the could be done he obtained his ie-juie.1 for tomorrow at Scranton be-j committee which turned out a lease on a temporary wrn of tvveen of the local of one of the ot and the other of the of on page on pare two on page on page 0.1 alderman in the Se-venth succeeding W was announced to-1 dav at the office of Governor fisher. BIRTHDAYS Vcrna Thompson. Marian N. Sonne. Betty Kopf. Annabelle Hepfinger. Jury. H. A. Foulkrod. John Perry Clark. Lois C. Strong. Ed. M. Anne Ray Almmdinger. Howard Kav. Ida M Mrs F C. Waid Josephine Nichols Gerald Conboj. Robert Park.   

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