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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1929, Zanesville, Ohio hio Lashed by Rain and Sleet in Advance of Promised Cold Wave Considerable Damage to Power First THE TIMES RECORDER Always Fair OHIO THURSDAY DECEMBER 19 1929 colder Friday fair XIV NO 302 DISTINGUISHED BRITISH FLIERS KILLED CRASH IN AFRICA Diplomats Pleased Seek Gangster as Slayer in Killing of Policeman of Japan Regarding imitation of Armaments Conciliatory L CONFERENCE STiMSON TODAY In More Concerned Auxiliary Fleet Than With Capital Ships WASHINGTON Dec the United States climaxed state dinner in their honor at members of the London e white House delegation to the ival parley were prepared tonight to their conversations with officials and continue their lp to the British capital The second and final conference be- veen the delegates and American of- clals will be held tomorrow at 10 a i at the state department will be former Premier Wakatsuki chief delegate Ad- Ural Takeshi Takarabe Salto secretary ol the iqn and interpreter of the ions In Washington Secretary William R Castle Jr Japan and Ambassador V Morrow and Senator David A teed Republican Pennsylvania delegate to the London con- Visitors Indications came today from the delegation that they were with the progress made at he first conference with the same of American officials at effort to arrest Fred Burke Northwestern Ohio Under Coating of Is Ice moisture COLUMBUS O Deo ed in the shock due to excessive and sleet storms riding Into the state in advance of a promised cold wave tied up traffic in sections of Ohio today crippled telephone and power lines and threatened the central tion with flood conditions was reported Streets in Findlay were glazed with snow and sleet as a storm raged throughout the day Three an lines penetrating Findlay the ledo Bowling Green and Southern the Toledo Fostoria and Findlay and ATTEMPTED FUGHT TOWN HAS TRAGIC ENDING Plane Crashed Into Side of Mountain Near City of Tunis North Details of Disaster Are Known But Tragedy is Fully Confirmed in Reports to Air Ministry I i t I a LONDON Dec pilots of the Royal Air to within ten inches of flood than nn hour senino IH after a rainfall branch the ln an attempt to fly more than 40 hours The lowlands York Central was j stop from Cranwell north and south of Delaware were and sleet between Mt Roy Lambert Columbus to lose con- ar disrupted of his automobile far The were The wires their burden and many blown down with ice Telephone communication between j the central and northern sections ol the state also were hampered Lines down at Lima and Findlay Trains and intraurban cars were running far behind schedule Power the Indiana Columbus and Eastern j Traction company was off in the of Springfield for two hours i Homer Rittenhouse 20 a steel worker had a narrow escape from electrocution at when a high tension wire broke under heavy coating of sleet and ripped through the top of his automobile He was hurled from the machine and was picked up in an unconscious condition about 50 feet away Fremont reported four inches of snow fell there today Tho rain storms brought heavy damage to the garnered corn crop in the vicinity of Huskers in tho field reported that the corn tance record Tompson Mexico Raps Laredo I have Just heard that tho Napler monoplane crashed 20 miles south of Tunis the city and both occupants wero Wiled I have no further details The report was undated and cornea from consul eneral at Tunis The air ministry announced that the crash occurred last night The news was confirmed by the French resident general at Tunis who reported to Paris that the airplane had been Identified as the missing British craft ln Lincolnshire to Cape Town and thereby establish a new world air minister late At Arlington a wreath was laid paid jon the tomb of the Unknown Soldier each member of the party tribute Position Explained iary remained at his home today st valentine's day massacre po conference was held I The entire day was devoted by the visitors to resting social and calls and the honors arily paid such groups at the tomb Washington at Mount n and the Unknown at Ar- national cemetery The visits made drizzling rain Each the Japanese entered the tomb at ount vernor stood silently for and bowed deeply Chicago last Harbor link Burke Avondale Orphans J Christmas With U P visitors in Columbus more than inconvenienced evening and lumbus gave the appearance of because electricity for a cuit in the heart of Ohio's Capital City was out ThU continued for hours r K announced that the plane which natives earlier today had re- ported crashed last night in the region of Tunis in ern Attica was the Fairey monoplane of the British pilots and that had been killed He had no l details hut it they aac truck the mountain side soon after full Worst Fears Confirmed The men were Squadron Leader A and Flight A H Jenkins They left Cranwell early yesterday morning and lad kept the air ministry informed j radio of their progress until they vere about 50 miles northwest of the Mediterranean island of Sardinia erday afternoon More than 30 hours of silence followed and ty lor their welfare rapidly mounted in- TOLL IS 58 HE Dec The bodies of 59 miners some seared the explosion which a tomb of the Old re After Lord Thomson formed newspapermen of the i ending of the flight he carried the news to the house of lords which was am to say he told them a blast taxed most tonight 1ST KILLS THREE PERSONS IS THREE HERS Tho Mexican foreign office has an w Va Dec the closing of the consulate at Laredo Tex as retaliation for the notion of John A Vails attorney of trie Seeking authorities ed upon those who had sent to charged former Ellas Calles in a Jail an intoxicated man set forth Texas city a and a death President three men murder warrant list anc With the fund of The Times of the Recorder for Avondale Children's Mrs I in the three houns conference pe au w yesterday the Japanese laid he the reasons for their de- home Christmas closing night with a total c good Celebration is as the 65 orphans nt the country on behalf of the little waifs thanks j court will start out shopping with Wednesday Ulo They to spend the of Rev J I- Moore D D pastor cf the First United Presbyterian church of pidge avenue tendered his nation to the board of trustees of the H Brown general manager j valla planned arresting In ot The Brown Theatrical Co of with the deaths of two anti- city in Columbus for the day was i officers in forced to return on a bus after 6 p m His automobile had been parked on the fifth floor of a public garage There was no elevator service Picture shows Christmas tions even the glow of light and warmth of the historic dome of Ohio s state house were missed Wednesday night aus until Christmas i local church Wednesday evening to GAS EXPLOSION COLUMBUS O Dec The Imlay Co pe donated cle U P church of the pastorate of the of gas In a Wednesday secretary the reasons Fires for all auxiliary ship ratio In principle of in place of the ratio established for capital ships at the Washington arms once They explained also In the dis- of their minimum defense needs their desire lor a large lorce ol submarines Their force in this now totals some tons and there have been indications the consider this necessary lor their defense needs i Tomorrow afternoon the Japanese kive Washington lor New holiday event two Christinas trees J will be lighted outside the This Thursday morning Mrs A smaller tree will announcement of the of Dr Moore will be made at the church services Sunday but the farewell sermon will until Sunday morning LS entrance lf be used inside The Wednesday delivered two ct be bunches of bananas to the home f or Dec 20 Christmas Dr Moore's first fund to date follows to in his new charge over Meix fore Jan 8 in the 8107.00 j A successor to Dr on west Gav street crippled a power circuit of the Columbus Railway Power Light company and plunged theirs wounding two women and a child Walter Crabtree 35 the killer who was released from the county lull two weeks ago after serving a sentence for possession of liquor was held tonight in a cell at Keyser in an adjoining county authorities fearing the possibility of violence Sheriff J B Saville who said was intoxicated when arrested i expressed doubt the man was crazed and broken by yesterday made Town Mining shaft here and some of the victims of after damp the poisonous gas which follows such morgues to the Weary rescue ers for a time continued the search for two bodies at first believed to be buried In debris and then were ed out leaving the mine deserted Hugh Rice owner and manager of the mine announced that all men known to have been in the mine were counted for Only five of the men who were in the workings when the explosion curred two having fled to safety before the onrushing billows or smoke and gas and three having been rescued from a chamber of the mine in which they had for hours The mine er expressed belief after the bodies of 59 had been removed that two more were burled beneath coal and earth In the wreckage ol a cutting machine which had not been found The rescue work which proceeded j by liquor He believed Crabtree ought out his victims in revenge for Ibis Incarceration On Crabtree's person CHICAGO Dec blizzard the sheriff said a list of names including those roared across the midland g hy day piled streets and highways Cro with drifted snow and coated tele the men slain was Saville as a had in- tended to complete by adding the graph lines in many states with ice sheriff Joseph Communication by road by air and bv was hampered or completely disrupted Traffic accidents were kman merois lev waves York to CHICAGO i Publishing Co: Previously acknowledged j George Brown and Ross Dorothy Watkins to date jn Co: fore Jan 8 in the Tabernacle chuich hope of A tO J i screens became blank there appeared no immediate restoring the power patrons the were refunded their admissions The section affected covered an A stiff hurled high on the shores 01 inflicting further damage to Chicago's lake front nnd stalling of automobiles along the new died Power bitter cold wounded S -i d consternation Mrs L H shoppers today nnd Bobby Decker iir on fth department store gillie Brown AI Merui Club B Hock Sons Co He Sunday for this purpose 1.00 1.50 i 10.00 i 10.00 2.001 o here of heart attacks ascribed to the weather of the year had sc he Canadian border with south to the Union station on the nestling In the nether north and from Front street on the tnc Unc m North Moore First U P church here not city blocks Thc coldest been selected but a Irom State street on Kct In the Canadian border witli to his victims The slayer first visited the home of Wollord 28 and killed him as he at the bedside of a sick father The killer then shot Mrs Grace ford mother of the man and Mrs Carrie Wright a visitor The women escaped serious injury County authorities could not ex- plain why Wolford was shot They believed however the slayer might have mistaken him for another roan slowly in the gas filled chambers not without its casualties Bob erford of McAlester district mine in- spector was overcome by gas In the seventh west entry but was brought to the surface and revived Newton foreman of the Pierce Coal company and a volunteer rescue man also suffered Irom the gas He was taken to the machine house and en first aid treatment His condition was not dangerous Miller D Hay chief state mine In- spector who worked 13 hours In tho depths of the mine returned to the surface today to express the opinion that the explosion had occurred In the west part of the mine where burned and mutilated bodies were found and caused by dust Ig- in the vicinity of a cutting chine a spark as his name was not on the death next went to the home of ou o T- -i j next went to west to Fifth street on the east kota Dickinson N D poked Its nexi Inskeep 50 ThP sewer ens exploded In a trt onR to read tne i eaten v iE DF The sewer pns exploded in a iong hole at Gay and streets and at 37 below and all through tler of states the the and readings had nearly n square it blew manhole j covers into the air The windows in h several Gay street buildings were O D busing and j Runnin man heard Governor v the 1.1 truck John of on the head with the i PC the Freeman store ns several Svers Y Cooper the n him I of his administration in v I n township nnd city highway ail In an address flt u dinner held I.e he he hotel 1 of the Chamber of commerce HP The Mso spoke at a mass meeting in the E nnd s.n.l h- hiph school a Ho declared in favor Of roads to reach markets The governor vector Robert N and I who him will spend thi Tomorrow the proposed hrance between Er Under tho highway will trees In honor of World war Plan For Wooster Singer total CLAREMONT N H Dec ho explosion of nn oil lamp In a house here today caused the below zero nattered but no Injuries were re- ns far south as Nebraska and were anticipated in Illinois as the storm moves east tomorrow In the wake of the snow clearing ported Fire which followed the explosion burned the insulation off the power cables Smoke was so dense that repairmen to wait for a con- HOT TIP T and injuries of time to get to the e others Mrs Q h Then they insulation of the house died of burns hospital Her five-year old and Hyacinthe 35 a roomer were by smoke The explosion occurred In a first noor iu b room of Bellows Vt rf IS who answered to the of Smith but who in- tnat nls name was isted that nd that he had once been carried O Ull II and three of Mrs children Eleanor 3 Harry 12 and May were taken to the hospital suffering Irom the effects of smoke Captain Harry was the sheriff said Inskeep who had figured in arrests was ed to his door and killed The last victim was Ben E Miller county jailer who from his quarters was summoned at the jail and slain Crabtree returned to his home at- the on me i some much Christmas covered that the cables had been burned ther than they anticipated and that would require hours to restore the TEL HIT BOYCOTT 1 RELIEF YET IN SIGHT vice DATE BERKELEY Calif Dec Miss Helen Wills women's tennis champion and Frederick S Moody Jr San Francisco broker will be married next Monday noon the s mother announced today Ul sk es were forecast some relief to the Mr Miller the gloomy middle west where the sun to the has not shone his face for 10 days The cold wave Is expected to continue Bright answered Crabtree fired through the A temperature of 40 degrees below investigators said zero at Moose Jaw was Canada's Crabtree was arrested about an later at his home by the sheriff He offered LAREDO Texas Dec successful In his efforts to former President Calles of Mexico on charges of implication in the murder of a Mexican general here in 1922 District Attorney John A Vails today dismissed a similar murder charge Duke Carver San Antonio constable Meanwhile hopes of Laredo ness men for a speedy settlement or CONTINUE RATE CASE est Burke Is Reported Seen in Kentucky LOUISVILLE Ky Dec report that Fred Burke gangster slayer for whom a search Is progress was seen yesterday near f was COLUMBUS O Dec at Brandenburg Ky led to ft of tho fire Of the Bell Telephone case lookout today by police on the lianas or tne umu i- h ns slightly burned assisting McCann and some of the children from the second floor rooms Howard Negroes P u t at the M Caroline Ward who insisted Qn Haiti nicely last grandmother v twin him irom the time he hospital WOOSTER girl her when she steps of the train here tomorrow morning Eight hundred students sex c-.Rl hundred high school students and n throng of adults be I SEE BY THE ADS Tint has for sale Electric Ratlin and 8 turner gas Which do you vcu can buy pt high for only and S ounces of Lemon for Me That on the can buy n seven modern home connection That if you wish to buy homo you will avenue a rooms S car I and representative 01 civic organizations will Miss Rowe plans to scn lor year m college here to New York to further train her voice YOU CAN Eb PASO Tex Dec defeated Mexican candidate declared in the Times cin a revolution already W under in the in Mexico with the object of chief executive of the re- room strictly with store room In find U on business through seven days old accompanied the to the office Turner While Chester was questioning both ho woman and the boy Dr Joseph A Columbus physician appeared the office and pated the hot clew He said he was when Lawrence was born He rso corroborated the grandmother's dory that the child's lather is dead and that his mother Dorothy Smith now lives in Detroit t SHIP WASHINGTON Dec immediate report from Major Genera little Brown chief of army continued indefinitely late today utilities commission after dence on valuation of central office equipment had been submitted THE WEATHER chief of detectives said he had a message from a garage employe who said he recognized Burke as one ol two men who stopped at the garage in a blue Buick sedan bearing a President that a commission conditions in Haiti was given today by the house Partly cloudy and colder with light snow in north and east portion Thursday Friday fair Lieut Oeltjen and a state policeman no resistance der rti evidence u -j Mexico's resentment against Vails at- tempt to arrest Calles Merchants found their Christmas trade dealt a severe blow today by n ruling that residents across the der might no longer do their LON ON VACATION MIAMI Pla Dec W Mellon secretary of the treasury sailed from Miami for a three weeks holiday tour of Bahaman waters ay after he had toured Miam and Miami Beach in a rented bile while city officials hunted for him in vain ping in Webb county and take back into Mexico duty free of the Laredo consulate previously had shut off shipment at goods ed through the Laredo customs in dismissing the murder charge against Carver District Attorney Vails said that since the state ent Igan license Detectives were that Burke working on who skipped Ships Crash in Fog All Passengers Sate 000 here In May 1927 after arrest for alleged participation in ft at the co to New York harbor an liner bound for Bermuda sank tonight but not before all of her Lwl taken 01 entrance ocean ea after the Christmas holidays dub to the absence of many senators from the city Opposition to the measure bv Representative Huddleston crat A abama The racial question was into the three hour debate bv Representative Fish Republican New York who suggested that two bo appointed to the commission n was approved by arrest lor JV of 000 bank holdup was Nov 29 anci crew had been taken when Thomns P Connors was loss of life ed from Jail on bond Virginia and for snow m lower and re- led i Eton on weather will wea Thursday and fair on Friday In the Washington forecast district it will be colder In the lower Lake today re-examined the nes of Noah Goldberg n American who died recently and ound concealed In an leg colder In the and tates on Thursday waterway for seagoing St Louis to the gulf was today by the senate SUIT Ncv Dec ult of Mrs Dorothy ii wife of the well known Palmer nicd the wurt publican CINCINNATI O Dec liberated yesterday from At- eral penitentiary for robbery oi government mall truck was one of a half dozen gangsters who ed a mail truck near a depot here in 1 forced the driver into an along the Atlantic warnings are displayed on the Atlantic coast from Virginia capes to S TEMPERATURE Hearting 5 a m 7 a m 10 a m 12 noon 2 p m Sun rises 33 10 40 40 39 4 p 6 m 8 p m JS 10 p m 12 midnight 33 a m- Sets in SWBO LOS ANGELES Dec Olive was In court today pre- pared to press her suit for separate maintenance against William her actor husband The complaint charges Farnum is In love with magazine NOT TO RETIRE ATLANTIC CITY N J Dec H Vare who was barred the United States senate ly intimated today through his daughter Miss Beatrice Vare that he had no intention ot from aboard lad prevented the arrest of Calles when he passed through Laredo eral days ago he did not Intend L to American citizens charged with Calles who are not to diplomatic immunity ftom citizens will never be handicap in my aW Vails Carver was charged with paying of whose body tiou in the General Lucio Blanco handcuffed to that of another officer was found In the Rio Fort Victoria feeling her way out to sea in f blinding haze late today when strucle a powerful blow by th Algonquin bound lor Galveston by ay of Miami with 189 The crash occurred near Ambrose the dread distress call of tho sounded and to aid the Fort murder of the of- fleers 10 Aperies ot radio messages then told how the passengers were quickly ken from the Fort Victoria and ed aboard pilot and tug boats Classified Ad Sold for Mr Krause of 915 915 BROWN LEATHER SIO St One all that was to secure two Buyers for Mr Krause with of acts of ed by the school when It S him in March 1928 FELL TO DEATH O Dec U to his death while placing atop be lost his licr own
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