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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Altoona, Pennsylvania Arsons were injured on probably itally in a automobile collision hich took place about up of it oct esterday just ease or in Ood along Ute Concrete Lettl Bemy adding from Tho pity to tyr Dijuk Mary Leonn Tomoser aged a of 803 Bast sixth def flue who d6d at the Altos not pm Tal at 2.54 of clock this death resulted from crush injuries of the head. She also suffered injuries of both arms. She failed to regain consciousness at the Hospital. Ii11 ii be no other advertising Mediti covers this territory a completely or As economically As does the Altona Mirror. Thirty two pages Janice two Altoona pa., monday evening june 23, 1930. Established june 13. 1874.congratulationsi flames damage Home no better Way of starting the n than by sending a contribution to Central Bureau of charities Mary Leona mover aged 5, is fatally injured when thrown from fathers oar in Greenwood Section. Condition of another child very critical Sedan automobile occupied by three adults and four co ire struck by Pittsburgh Man s machine. One child was killed and four other persons fatally. Which Wood leading the dead injuries to regain at the of clock suited head. She of both arms. Consciousness at a the injured Winifred Moser aged 3, of 903 Bast sixth Avenue whose condition is reported As critical at the Altoona Hospital today with Little Hopes being maintained for her recovery. She suffers crush injuries of the Skull and deep lacerations about the left ear. She was still u at the Hospital at noon today. Thomas o. Moser jr., aged 7, of 303 Bast sixth Avenue who is a patient at the Altoona Hospital suffering from a possible fracture of the Skull injuries of left Eye Back and left Arm condition is regarded As serious although not alarming. Michael Walters aged so of Lilly confined to Altoona Hospital suffering from a possible fracture of the lower jaw body bruises and lacerations. Thomas ii. Moser sr., aged 30, of 303 East sixth Avenue treated at Altoona Hospital dispensary for bruises of the entire body and then removed to his Home where condition is reported As Good today. Injured la one car. A Sedan automobile owned and operated Jay Thomas g. Moser or. Was it occupied by his four children and two adults. Michael Walters of Lilly and Francis Terloskey aged 28, of Cassandra. Walters Way seated with Moser in the front seat while ter Loskey and the four children occupied the Back seat of the oar. The Moser machine wee in Routa us the Maeer Auto Yard in the Oak Grove Section below Greenwood and the Driver. Moser. Had just made a left turn for the purpose of entering the Musser establishment when a Coupe automobile occupied by or. And mrs. Herbert h. Yardley of Pittsburgh and travelling West on the Highway truck the Moser car. Moser in statements made to Corporal c. A. Alexander and private p. L. Burkes of the state Highway patrol told of having noted the approach of the Yardley machine but believed that he could safely move his car off the Road before the arrival of the other machine. The front wheels of the Moser car had left the Concrete Highway and the Back end of the machine were just resting on the Highway when the Yardley car crashed into it. The Moser car was struck near the rear right Side and was pushed completely around and then crashed into a gasoline pump nearby. Four thrown from car. Thro of the Moser children and Walters were thrown out of the car which remained upright As it came to rest against the gasoline pump. Moser Tho Driver and Terloskey remained in the car. The two Little girls Mary Leona and Winifred Are Behoved to have alighted on their Heads As both suffered severe crush injuries of the Skull. Three of the children and also Walters were unconscious when rescued by witnesses to the crash. The Altoona Hospital ambulance was summoned and All were placed aboard the machine and rushed to the institution where medical Ald was rendered them immediately. Only a Short time elapsed before Corporal Alexander and private burkes arrived on the scene. They immediately took charge of the situation and after having All of the injured removed to the Hospital launched an investigation. Yardley the Driver of the other car end his wife both escaped injury in tile crash and after having minor repairs made to their automobile were Able to proceed on their Way to Pittsburgh where or. Yardley is assistant retail sales manager of the Nash Pittsburgh motor company. Found under Gas tank. Andrew the baby of the Moser family. Who was found lying under the gasoline tank of the wrecked automobile after the collision was in a dazed and drowsy condition at his Home yesterday afternoon and last night after being removed from the Hospital. Because of his condition he was examined three times at the Hospital but residence of or. And in. W. B. Weaver burned in absence of family. The Home of a tar. And mrs w. B. Weaver of 1605 Margaret Avenue was damaged to the extent of several Hundred dollars by flames which broke out while both members of the family were absent from the Home about 11.45 of clock this morning. The fire apparently began in either a woodpile or a Small enclosed porch. A a a i Lri a at the Reat of the House and spread up the Side of the House a Corner of the roof boing burned off. Some damage was also done to the Interior of the attic. The Are was discovered by j. H. Riling of 1519 fourth Avenue who was eating dinner in a restaurant ural cd adjoins the dwelling. Unable to and any one a tit the Bouse. Riling and another Man from the restaurant forced the front door of the dwelling and attempted to extinguish the flames with water secured in the Kitchen. Meanwhile someone turned in an alarm from Box no. 54 at Margaret Avenue and seventeenth Street calling out companies nos. 0, 7 and truck. B. A Hose Stream was used on the flames by no. 7 Are company. T two Young men held in Bedford lockup released by tramp who sought nights lodging from police. Were arrested for stealing automobile offer of $100 looked Good to Man from Nova Scotia but he is now Back in jail without Cash. I funeral of scout. Largely attended remains of Elmer Groom Eldorado boy scout. Drowned last week interred in Calvary cemetery. Following a solemn requiem which had been Sung this morning in St. Rose of Lima Church Roselawn the mortal remains of Rimer Groom Eldorado boy scout who was drowned late last thursday were Laid to rest today in Calvary cemetery. Y a solemn requiem mass was celebrated at the Roselawn Church this morning at in o clock the Church being filled Eto capacity while Many others unable to gain admittance to the Church stood without during the service. The funeral procession involved upwards of fifty cars and the sad ceremonies were the Moat largely attended of any service of like character held in the Roselawn Church for a Long time. The cortege proceeded to the Church from the Home of the boys parents or. And mrs. Howard r. Groom of 5218 Grandview Avenue Eldorado starting at 9.30 of clock. When the Church was reached a guard of Honor of boy scouts members of the deceased lads own troop. No. 16, were lined up at the Church Entrance Between which lines the casket was carried into the Church. Pallbearers with one exception were cousins of the deceased All you Rig Boyo. They were Paul Knouse and George Knouse both of Hollidaysburg Theodore Dell of Roselawn Jack Hoover of Lakemont Ralph and Robert Zierer both of this City the Dell boy substituted for Kenneth Hoover who was unable to be present for the Bervie. Members of the boy scout guard of Honor who awaited at the Church the arrival of the Corpse consisted of Samuel Neff or. Senior patrol Leader Joseph Carnahan. Oakley Stepp. Victor counsel. Orville Miller. Wayne Forn Walt David Colebaugh. Don Davis Myron Miller and Joseph Woods. Albert Sleder scoutmaster of the troop was in charge of the boy scout ceremony incident to the services. As the casket was borne in the front of the Church members of the scout troop followed Tho body to the sane teary and then occupied seats reserved for them. The casket had been draped with the scout commissioner 8 second highest Honor to be awarded a scout and Thyl insignia covered the casket while 14 rested before he to at the solemn requiem Rev father John j. Mcallister pastor of the Rose Lawn Church was celebrant while Rev special to Altoona Mirror Bedford june 23 a one Hundred dollars looked Good to a tramp who i la Cloyd Rudolph of killer who had announce the was through now warns another victim he is in Lino for. Death. Reports Are received of Sloyer being seen one suspect arrested in Boston escapes from prison i that Only Houdini Ever before could break. Gave his name As Cloyd Rudolph Nova Scotia so he proceeded to help two youths make this escape from the Bedford lockup Early sunday morning. The youths Are gone but Rudolph was captured yesterday afternoon near Altoona and is now Back in the lockup minus the $100. Saturday evening at 5 of clock Cor poral Corbin of the state motor patrol arrested two youths who gave their names As Taylor Wilchard and David Wilchard on siding Hill with a Coupe which had been stolen in Greenville s. The car bore a Tennessee License. Corbin brought the two Young men to town and locked them up pending word from the owner of the car in South Carolina. About Midnight Rudolph sought out officer Jacob Cagan and asked permitted to Bleep in the lockup. He was accommodated with sleeping quarters. Make Liberal offer. After the officer left. Rudolph got into conversation with the two Southern youths and they offered him $100 if he would assist them to get out. According to a confession made by Rudolph following his arrest sunday afternoon he secured a Broom and knocked Down some tools which were kept on a shelf and with the Aid of a screw Driver and a chisel the locks were opened and the three walked off. According to Rudolph the two Young men boarded a freight train for Pittsburgh and Rudolph was to follow on a bus. Rudolph boarded a bus and told the Driver he would his fare when he reached Pittsburgh and secured his Money. The him off at Wolfsburg and he headed North being arrested before teaching Altoona. The Federal authorities in Pittsburgh were notified to be on the Lookout for the youths who were Well dressed and neat in appearance and were seemingly Well educated. A Federal charge will be made against them for interstate transportation of a stolen automobile. Rudolph is a song held pending the arrest of the two men and charges will be preferred against him for assisting and abetting an escape. 1 Coroner is vacationing. Coroner and mrs. Chester c. Roth Rock their son Gilmore Rothrock. And mrs. Rothrock a sister left this morning by automobile for Roanoke va., where they will spend the week visiting with friends and relatives. Coroner Rothrock who is a member of the Altoona works choir returned to Altoona at 4 of clock this morning from Atlantic City where the works choir Sang yesterday for the american railway convention and at s of clock started on the Roanoke trip. By United press new York june 23, police were investigating several deports that �?o3x, the maniac murderer had been seen the self styled a Man behind the gun Quot appeared to have selected another victim today and the mass of clues at hand became More confused than Ever. The third Man Quot marked Quot unless he returned an a important document Quot Meyer Newmark of 1115 Bast thirteenth Street Brooklyn received a letter warning him making the score to Date two murders and nine letters. I if the latest missive actually is from the same Man who wrote the others he changed his murder plans Over the week end after checking his list of Quot important International saturday "35c informed the newspapers in a a a anal note that the two murders he had committed and the warnings published had put fear into the hearts of those Quot holding out Quot on him allowing him to a reprieve Quot the persons marked for death. He said he had nothing left to do but mount his speedy monoplane and take off in a non Stop a flight for the russian Headquarters of the red Diamond society of which he was the avenging hand. Must return document. Now it seems Newmark has document Quot a. 4-3-44,&Quot and head better return it any morning Between now and saturday or suffer the consequences for "x-14-31-c.�?� meanwhile police received several reports that the murderer of Den Sowley and Joseph Myzinski had been. Seen. Dispatches from Lancaster pa., said that a Man giving his name As Dewey Ede told police of that City that he had bunked in a Culvert near Coatesville with a Man who said he was Quot the 3x Mark b. Brown told of being accosted by a woman while picnicking near Jamaica l. I., and of seeing trousers under the Quot woman a Quot dress. The 2,000 policemen searching for the murderer were consequently notified he might be disguised As a woman. Later Seymour d. Finke Peteln hiking worlds most Fantom baby a. Weighs seven and a half founds and has bits Bye j and curly hair. Event surrounded by a greatest of Sec Scy j flying colonel As usual hag nothing to say inf ambassador Morrow is psf Piest of grandfathers. Englewood n. J., of a of Quot Charles will be the Aab. Lindbergh baby it wan Barrad today when colonel Lindbergh neat to new Yore to Greet Addams Byrd. The baby a Sec sad aaa was not revealed. 5-year-old boy wields revolver finds gun in fathers car and Aims at boy Riding in coaster Wagon shattering latter a right Arm. Special to Altoona Mirror Everett. June 23.�?alva j. Smith jr., aged la is a patient in the memorial Hospital in Cumberland md., with a badly shattered right Arm from the effects of being shot on saturday evening Between 6 and 7 of clock while president Hoover Likely to win struggle with Congress by untied pros Englewood n. J., june a worlds meet famous baby weighs pounds Hee Blue eyes curly hair As yet Only one name Lindbergh. The son. Who was born afternoon to colonel and mrs. A. Lindbergh May get to names today. When the christening to Over he is Likely to be known to the world either As Charles Augustus Lindbergh jr., or Dwight Morrow Lind Bergh the latter in Honor of his Grandfather. A a mrs. Anne Morrow Lindbergh gave birth to the child at 3.13 p. In. Yesterday her 24th birthday in the mar Row Home Here a White House to a Hill where she herself was Bora. Wing of the mansion bad been Vertex into a Hospital where the and two specialists who attended mrs. Lindbergh found every facility available. Y today mrs. Lindbergh and the child continued on Page 12 government troops Are taken in North China coasting Down the Street near the Corner of Hopewell and main streets piping. China. June 23.�?capture of 6.000 government troops and the Pursuit of the troops of Chang Kai Shek to the southeastward was announced today by marshal Fengyu Slang co Leader of the Northern forces at piping. The Northern troops engaged the banking governments armies in a three Day Battle marshal Fengos communique said. A _ continued on in e 12 Money is available. Cash for Altoona new Post office site is assured now. Continued on Page 17 Index to today new Page 2�?two anniversary events observed. Page 3�?play activities for playgrounds. Page 5�?crossword Puzzle. Continued Story a Page 6�?society, Church and fraternal news. Page 7�?prince of Wales celebrates birth. Page 8�?editorial, timely topics. The sauntered Etc. Page 13�?planners will meet at Denver next week. Page 14�?continued Story Quot the rugged Page 15�?this and that. Page 18�?correspondence. Page 25�?court will Rule in election Case pages 26. 27 and 28�?sports. Page 29�?business, Market and Ananda news. Pages 30 and 31-�?classified. Page 30�?"out our Way Quot by we Lanuk special to Altoona Mirror Washington d. A. June 23.�? the $775,000 authorization for the new Altoona Post office building was included in the second deficiency Bill passed by the House of re event natives late Friday afternoon. Early action on the measure is expected in the Senate. Vail Ham fatally Hurt near Tyrone oar driven by son la crowded from Highway and turns Over pinning victim beneath wreckage. This Brief news article frit tit the National capital would seem to bring a new Post office on a new site within easy grasp of Altoona. What seems to be a certainty now is the consummation of the Purchase of the property on Logan House Square. Other possible Sites including tile one now owned by the government and occupied by the Post office were Given careful consideration and examination. But none of them measured up to what government site Hunters and architects demand so that a maximum of room for present and future needs be had. Democrats plan county Campaign attorney Robert a. Henderson was elected chairman of the Blair county democratic committee at a meeting of the org Ion held on saturday afternoon in the second National Bank building. He succeed Arthur b. Clark who held the Post the past two years and who declined a a county commissioner Daniel a a Brumbaugh was reelected treasurer and mrs. Frank Phillips was reelected vice chairman. In the b8f"c a or. Clark mrs. Phillips presided at the meeting. A rising vote of thanks was extended the retiring chairman for his Quot untiring efforts in behalf of the party during his tenure of Plana were formulated for conducting an intensive and thorough Campaign during the coming months. A rest lotion Ulanimo Quot Quot a adopted endorsed the state platform of the party and pledged support to the state candidates. District Carat Lea of the comma i in will be appointed later by the chairman. Arthur 8. Mchugh served As Secretary of the meeting on saturday and the assemblage was featured by a it number of address by party leaders. Crowded from the Highway at Northwood yesterday morning at 1-30 of clock by another Motorist who Cut in after passing Lee Roy Snyder of Vail was pinned beneath the wreckage of his car which was driven by his son Roy Snyder and died shortly at Leeward at the office of or. D. F. Glasgow in Tyrone. Or. Snyder and his son Roy and brother Carl were driving toward Tyrone. At Northwood. Just a Short distance out of Tyrone another car coming into Tyrone passed them and Cut in too close and forced the Snyder car from the Cement. In attempting to right the car it upset Over the Bank. The son and brother escaped injury and with the help of others who came to their Aid released or. Snyder and he was hurriedly taken to the physicians office where he ated before Aid could be administered. The identity of the other motorists was not established and state motor patrolmen who went to the scene and secured statements from the Driver of the Snyder car Are making an investigation. The body was Given to funeral directors Fuoss a Glass to be prepared for burial and funeral services will be conducted wednesday afternoon at 2.30 of clock in the Bald Eagle methodist Church in charge of Rev John r. Watson pastor of the Tyrone United Brethren Church. Interment will be made in the Bald Eagle cemetery. A Lee Roy Snyder was born sept. 18. 1893, at Vail the son of Theodore Dei ceased and Nora Mcneal Snyder. He spent his entire life in that Community and on nov. 15. 1910, was United in marriage with miss Ruth Shaffer of Bellwood who survives with the Mother and four children Roy Ruth continued on Page 12 weather forecast. Washington. D. C., june 23 a Western Pennsylvania local Thunder showers this afternoon or Early tonight slightly warmer in South portion tonight. Tuesday mostly Lair. Eastern Pennsylvania partly Cloudy with showers in North portion tonight slightly warmer in Northeast portion tuesday mostly fair. Moderate id fresh West shifting to Southwest winds assessors How in Behnood sector they will soon have completed annexed territory and who then Start in old Gity limits. The lad is the son of Alva j. Smith sr., and was on his Way Down town with a coaster Wagon and was Riding holding the Tongue of the Wagon with his right hand. As he neared the Corner George Shaffer aged 5, who was standing on the Street took aim with a 32 calibre revolver and fired. The Lead Bullet struck the Smith boys right Arm above the Elbow and he dropped from the Wagon. Persons who witnessed the shooting took the lad into the Everett hardware company a store and from there to the or. Sipes emergency Hospital where he was Given first Aid. He was then taken to the Cumberland Hospital for treatment. It is feared he will lose the Arm. The Tot who wielded the revolver is the son of Herbert Shaffer who resides in a Flat Over the hardware store. He had his car parked in the Street and the Little fellow secured the revolver from the car. An examination revealed the Bone was badly shattered and it was feared that amputation would be necessary at once but surgeons believe that unless infection develops there is a possibility that the Arm can be saved. Youthful gang Leader 0aught in Philadelphia by David Lawrence. Copyright. 1930, by Altoona Mirror Washington d. C., june 23.�? president Hoover has started a Battle with Congress which he is very Likely to win. He wants the Senate to modify the House Bill which would involve an additional expenditure of More than $100,000,000 next year and ultimately a Quarter of a billion dollars every you for the care of War veterans. Stimulated by the fact that Congress overrode the presidents veto Ollie Spanish american War legislation there has been pressure to broaden the government system of compensation by a virtual Extension of the pension system. The movement has been having a hard enough time figuring out How to avoid a deficit at the close of the fiscal year 1931, next june but now of the pension legislation goes through the administration is prepared to ask for a repeal of previous tax legislation so As to increase income taxes. The suggestion of higher taxes is not relished by members of Congress because a far larger group of voters would be affected by such a step than by the veterans legislation. The president moreover takes the position that Congress does not have to pass the pending Bills because they do not a represent the real views of the veterans he declares that the american legion after a careful study proposed la galation which would require additional expenditures of Only $35,000,000 per year. General Hines the head of the veterans Bureau objects to the principles in the proposed Bills As departing a absolutely from the original Conception of assistance to world War veterans based upon inability to earn their Liv ing because of injury or disease Aris world War. Ing out of the wort a most certainly we should distinguish a says general Hines Quot Between those veterans whose injuries and disabilities were incurred in service and those whose i abilities have continued on Page 12 new wage scale meeting called Anthracite Coal operators and United mine workers to hold conference in new York june 30. City assessor l. A. Sooim. And his assistants. John j Carey und j. B. Tinder Are today engaged in placing valuations on property in the Wehn Wood Section for the purpose of City and school taxation. With the exception of a portion of the East end this will Complete the work in the annexed territory with the exception of some Back Calls and investigations of ownership of vacant ground. In assessing in the annexed territory the assessors have been travelling together in taking up the work in the old City limits thy will separate and thus it will be possible for them to Progress More rapidly. The annexed territory was assessed very hastily after it became a part of the City As a result of the election in the fall of 1928 and the subsequent decree of the county court. As a result it was necessary to give it very thorough and careful consideration in the first triennial and thus it has taken the greater portion of three months. They anticipate that the work will go Forward much Blore rapidly in the old territory. The ownership of All the property has been pretty Well established and there will not be the delays incident to the efforts to find who owns this or that lot. The assessors nevertheless have no time to lose. They will have four months in which to cover the twelve wards which constituted the City prior to annexation less those slices of territory that were added to these wards and which have already been covered Little attention is paid to Ward Ines. The plan being to follow avenues from end to end assessing the intersecting streets As they go along. Time must be allowed at the end tor a second Roundup to gather Iii the new buildings erected after the first round. The location of these is obtained at the building inspectors office weekly forecast. Pittsburgh. June 23.-weather Outlook for period monday. June 23, to saturday. June 28, inclusive Western Pennsylvania there will be a period of showers about tuesday and a Ken thursday or Friday. The week will be seasonably warm. Ill b Philadelphia. June 23�?a 16-year-old gang Leader who has admitted to stealing Over 200 watches from department stores in this City was arrested with four Youthful accomplices by police Here today. The Leader. Charles Godfrey of sixteenth Street near Green this City boastfully told police How he it easy to gain Entrance to department stores posing a an employee or passing himself As a representative of executives of the stores and robbing the jewelry departments. He was arrested with his four companions in a rented automobile when a Park guard stopped them because they were making too much noise. In searching the machine the guard found thirty four watches and a loaded revolver. He turned the youths Over to City Hall detectives an Ltd after questioning the Leader confessed to his Many thefts. Hope of finding lost scout wanes by United pre Riverside. Calif., Lune 23.�?a Small Blanket and a boy scout kit were All that Harold Johnson had today if he still is alive in his Battle against cold and starvation among the Snow Clad peaks of the san Jacinto mountains. Scores of search Liers for the 12-year-old boy scout t who wandered away from his troop last thursday counted on Harold a scout training the Blanket and the kit to stave off death until they could penetrate farther into the canyons that hide his Fate. Forest rangers friends of the family in the Little town of Corona and the other members of Harold s troops renewed the search again feeling that the youth must be found today or All Hope for his safety would vanish. Sheriff Carl f. Rayburn a Veteran of the mountains led the searchers. Uppermost in their minds was the words of an army aviator who flew Over the Region late yesterday. The army Filer said he detected what appeared to be the lifeless body of the by Josephs Basney staff correspondent Hazleton psf. June 23.�?officials of the Anthracite Coal operators association and representatives of the United mine workers of America will meet in new York june 30 to negotiate a new wage agreement for the miners in the hard Coal Fields of Pennsylvania. Thomas Kennedy Secretary treasurer of the Union told the United press today that the Date had been definitely fixed but that it had rat yet been decided where the conferences would be held in new York. The forthcoming negotiations Are expected to be carried on amicably to a speedy conclusion. The present contract under which workers in the hard Coal mines operate expires aug. 31. After being in effect five years. No talk of a strike threatens the conference. Both sides have evidenced a willingness to arbitrate any disputed representatives have seven important demands to present to the operators group. They Are first no reduction in wages. Two equal division of working time among miners. Third provision for qualified seniority of workers. Fourth abolition of the individual contract system. Fifth a modified Check off system for Union dues collection. Sixth elimination of the charge practice for air and safety appliances. Seventh retention of regular employees during the Idle seasons instead of replacing them on maintenance jobs by monthly men or Bosses. Many other minor controversies about working conditions including the entry of mining machinery and other economic factors which have developed during the last five years Hunt suspect in murder of Lingle were reported to be doing nicely. Shrouded la secrecy. Seldom Bas the birth of a child surrounded by such secrecy. Reporters who waited at the Gate of the Morrow Home were unaware of arrival of the boy until two hours after the event Home however the news cast a a Friend of the family Quot the United press and gave the name refusing however to Supply anything except the fact that the child was a boy that it bad been born at 3.15 p. Rn., and that it weighed something More than seven pounds. Dwight w. Marrow mrs. Lindbergh a father wha nest throw a for to it boat Ion for senator from new without once toeing his Cato j bearing was reported to be and excited Over the birth of grandchild. Grim Lindbergh however apparently tags trained his customary calmness and. Found time in the midst of the excitement to Send a Telegram to the new. York office of the United press congratulating colonel Roberto Flerna. Mexican aviator on his non Stop flight from new. York to Mexico City. 3f� said a colonel Fierros flight from new York. To Mexico City Samoa Stratty great personal ability and caracal planning. It Adda another Ane Aith Toad James a a red Henchman of gang leaders Forsythe Northside May be ment to the record of mexican h Slayer of reporter. By United pre Chicago. June 23 a the combined agencies of Law enforcement bunted a suspect today in the assassination of Alfred j. Lingle. Chicago Tribune reporter on trails that led toward the powerful liquor gang of George a a bugs Moran and to Aiello two of the a big four in Chicago racketeering the suspect hunted was James a a red Forsythe Henchman of the North Side gang leaders and branded a Quot potential murderer Quot by a circuit judge. Forsythe a name a the Central figure of the investigation was Given out by the Quot Clearing House Quot of agencies delving into the murder. While convinced that Forsythe was the actual murderer of the reporter the authorities seemed hesitant about advancing a motive. Reports that i Lengle had refused to ask favors from a former police administration for the Moran gang were discounted by the authorities As a motive. The Trail that led to Forsythe digressed by the Way of Frank Foster tight lipped gangster who deserted the morans to throw his fortunes with the gangsters headed by a Oscar face Quot Al Capone. The snub nosed pistol with i which Lingle was shot was traced to Foster. Police surmised that perhaps Foster left the gun with the morans when he deserted. The murderer used continued on Page it has fractured leg. Continued on Page 12 costumed on Page ii celebrates birthday. Mrs. Anna m. Weaver of South third Street. Bellwood recently celebrated her 80th birthday. The aged woman was very much surprised when friends sent her a card Shower in addition to a big cake with candies fruits Flowers and Many Fine presents from neighbors and friends. Mrs. Weaver was born in Centre county but for the past forty five years has been a resident of Bellwood. She is greatly interested in her Many friends and is very thankful for All their kindness and thoughtfulness. She has daily Reader of the Altoona miss Catherine Masting. Student flier. Hurt la crash of Plano. Miss Catherine Hastings. 22-year-old student Filer and daughter of mrs. Florence Hastings of Sylvan Hills suffered a fracture of the left leg in the air plane crash which took place saturday morning at Stultz Field Tipton. Miss Hastings who is a popular member of Altoona a younger social set. Is confined to her Home at Sylvan Hills and a reported to be resting comfortably today. Ross Griffith aged 38. Of the Penn Alto hotel who was piloting the plane when motor trouble developed causing it to crash was discharged from the Altoona Hospital yesterday afternoon. He was admitted to the institution saturday morning suffering from several fractured ribs and other injuries of the Chest. Hayward h Webb. Secretary treasurer of the Altoona aircraft corporation and residing at us Wen. Who a the third occupant of the plane suf been a us in a it a a _ Mirror for Many years and the Mirror feed wrench injuries of the right management extends with others shoulder Sod received treatment in the Heartiest congratulations. I Hospital dispensary saturday. Beeline to Cemas Raf. Morrow declined to comment a the birth of the child other than to to that Quot i am the happiest grand Mil in the he declared to mtg off make a statement today Ai which ii it was expected the official the child at birth and its be revealed. Lloil All through the night and lain 11111 morning messenger boys or go a telegrams of congratulation a y Morrow Home. The Meagan a arriving soon after news of birth became known. Fused to comment. A wow while in has been generally l for some time that mrs. Was an expectant Mother the the birth could not be Reite Lemm i cause of the secrecy with White pig event has been surrounded. It k Yogt understood that the Lindberg Hamm first engaged a room in a new Mumm Hospital and then called it they decided to go to tha they Home. There elaborate made. One Wing of the Boose fitted out to resemble a Hospital Row was reported to have servants to use the Tell Phoil a permission and to have engaged a Cia operator to stay at the Exchange and handle Calla to a on the night of the now Jersey publican primary a password War in to reporters who were at throw Home in connection with the Tion and no one was admitted did not have the word. Flights Coatie wed. So far As the outside world mrs. Lindbergh was making no Elal preparations for a a event late As last thursday she a Bergh flew from Teterboro Hosbrough height. N. J., to Ford and Back. Two weeks Aga and Lindbergh made a int parasol Type monoplane at and it was As recently As Bestar Day that the Lindbergh Roosevelt Field i their Loci monoplane after a record the West coast. Mrs Lindbergh a flying which include qualification for a ing License in californian began May of. Imm her marriage on event too. Was secret. 8h and a Bergh drove out of Tho Grenada to automobile a they were bowed pleasure drive. The Public definite news of them again was Learned that they were continued on fag i Yules on world foreign relations London naval treaty takes up Public Cedar. Gongres8 Tome Fly Jette Fisi

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