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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Atchison, Kansas Associated press leased wire reports Atchison daily Globe four of clock edition today new today Price five cent Atchison Kansas monday december 12,1932. �?8 pages. Fifty fifth year 15111the College professors now contend that Pike did t discover Pike s Peak. Perhaps Doc Cook was the real discoverer Mercury begins a slow ascent warming up proc a will not be a rapid one Goldest for three years sub Zero weather reported Early today throughout the state a the weather a o o oooo oooo to oooo Kana a Snow tonight and tuesday timing temperature. Missouri Snow tonight and tuesday not to cold tonight except in extreme Southeast rising temperature tuesday Nebraska Snow probable tonight and tuesday rising temperature tonight and in Central and East portions tuesday. Local temperature at 2 p. In. Today 14. Lowest last night 9 degrees below Zero. Temperature a year ago today 44. Kansas roads generally Snow Rover of. But open. By the associated press Topeka dec. 12.�?after the coldest morning in nearly three years Kansas was due to Start out of cold storage today. Rising temperatures were forecast for the state following a night which saw the Mercury sink to \ record breaking frigid Marks in parts of the state reaching As Low As 18 degrees below Zero at Goodland. Tho worst of the severe cold wave that has Hung Over Kansas for nearly a week now. Struck last night after a Day that saw the Mercury unable to climb above 14 above Zero. Goodland i failed to be warmer than Zero during 1 a chinese will never give it spokesman says Only extinction will defeat his people in Manchuria by the associated press i Shanghai dec. 12�?t , finance minister in the chinese nationalist government declared today a nothing Short of extinction of the chinese people in Manchuria and their Brethren in China would bring peace in manchurian territory occupied by the Day then during the night the j japanese forces Mercury dropped steadily with All j he denied newspaper reports that Points reporting under Zero tempera-1 chinese officials were a relieved by the lures Many setting new Low records j collapse Quot of the recent manchurian uprising headed by general 8u Ping Joe dispute to supreme court killed when trucks collide during sleet by the associated press Arkansas City Kasz a dec., 12�?w. O. Grifton of Kansas City was killed instantly in a collision Between two _ j trucks 15 Miles West of Here Early Sun 1 Day. Albert Mccomb of Kansas City. Woodring appointee would the Driver of the truck on which grit compel certification j1� Ridln m div re old he i vision was obscured my sleet and that he had failed to see an Oil truck stand ing on the Road. J the Driver jumped to safety and was uninjured. Grifton was asleep when the crash occurred. His body was brought Here. The truck Enrose to Enid okla., o ror quite k Legal tan6le lower court asked to Rule on Graybill Power to pick Allen successor by the associated press Topeka dec. 12.�?manda-mus proceedings to compel e. A. Cornell Secretary of state to counter sign a commission issued by gov. Harry h. Woodring appointing w. T. Markham state superintendent of Public instruction were filed this afternoon in the state supreme court by Markham. The suit was filed after Cornell declined to act on the governors appointment of Markham As successor to the late George a. Allenjr. Belongs to the by truck co. Would extend rail Pav Cut roads propose continuation of to per cent reduction after january 31 successor of Casey Jones retires after 49 years As an Engineer by the associated press Memphis dec., 12�?the Engineer who took Casey Jones train to the end of its run and then got his Job after Casey made that Quot Farewell trip to the promised land has quit railroading. He is h. A. Dad Norton and was a a hog head a Roundhouse vernacular for Engineer for 49 years before the Illinois Central retired him. He is 72 now and took a fast train on the Memphis Canton miss., run a the Casey Jones run for 32 years. Everybody on the line knows him. He a the Engineer whose train was stolen by bandits in 1914. A Wildcat jumped into his cab once from a Low tree and a negro fireman shot the beast. Dad Norton was a Young Man when there were Only Green lights ahead because no. I had the mail. The engine panted through the Yards to the Mississippi line before Casey tugged the throttle Back to his stomach and let the big Wheeler run on its Cannon Ball schedule. The limited was across the line before he pulled Down his whistle Cord for the first a Casey Calls of the trip. It was As famous As the Steamboat whistles of the Robert e. Lee. No. I snorted past sleeping hamlets without pausing but Casey a whistle awakened the farm folks for their daily chores. Everybody knew the Casey Calls three Short and then a Long Low whine. A a thar sold Casey a blames Hoover for debt crisis French Premier dates troubles from moratorium says he intends to pay but reservations will be cached to remittance due thursday at by the associated Presa Paris dec. 12. A Premier by the associated press Chicago dec. 12. House and Casey took his orders. Executives of the tucked them in his jumper and climb Nat Long a railroads proposed to the aboard. His train was no. I of the _ _ brotherhoods of employees today that Chicago new Orleans line and his Job meanwhile hearing got under a y the ten percent deduction in pay be was to get it to Canton on time. In Shawnee county District court in extended indefinitely past next Jan Casey checked his steam glanced at migration involving the question of uary 31 when the agreement of last his watch and eased Back the throttle whether Lieut Sov. J w Graybill year is due to expire. Two Short blasts from his whistle and could fill the vacancy in View of the 1116 suggestion came from w. Of he was away on his last run. A trip Casey Jones became the crack hog head of the i. C. Jones real name was murky Dawn of the River country. John Luther Jones. They called him Casey was pulling into Vaughn when Casey after Cayce ky., where he once his train hit an open switch and plow worked. De into a freight car. He shoved in the caller called Casey before Dawn j his throttle jerked on his brakes and the morning of March 31, 1900 his stuck with his engine engine was brought from the round the found him scalded by steam and High tailing Soufy hits time to get a it a f a a i. Up the Farmers would say and Peep heir Oto blaming a11 Europe s through the window in time to see the train Hustle around the Bend in the for the Date wit ii a southerly Breeze springing up Over the state today temperatures would begin a slight moderation. 8 Flora Federal meteorologist said. And would reach to to 15 in the North and 15 to 20 in the South for tomorrow maximums of 25 to 30 were due. Tonight would not be quite so cold As last night Flora said but minimums would j Ango from 5 below in the Northwest to 5 above in the Southeast fou was on the forecast for tonight and tuesday As skies in the South and Taal were overcast this morning Clear weather was reported to the North and West of the state however and some Sunshine was expected both this afternoon and tomorrow to melt some of Hie Snow already on the ground the Snow varied from six inches at Topeka to considerably lighter amounts in the West where it is needed for a protective covering and As moisture for the wheat. Northwest of Kansas temperatures were moderating indicating the state Wen because such a Volunteer activities a were aggravating further invasion of Manchuria by the japanese on the contrary Soong said it was a regrettable Quot that general us had governor s absence from the state last Theoff spokesman for the manage that made him immortal because folks years of hog heading is a Long time to ments at the Start of their joint con j still sing his frence with Heads of 21 shop crafts. It debts troubles on the Hoover moratorium of 1931, told the chamber of deputies today that his government proposes to pay with reservations the $20,000, 000 debt instalment due the with a Bolt from the wreckage in his i United states next thursday. Neck his widow was notified. She j payment without reservations he a Stid Liv so son. Term. Said would be unacceptable. And out dad Norton was sent to Vaughn to w u pick up Casey s train and take it to and out refusal to pay would be a the Canton. Then the Road gave him the final run. I tile reservations which he will at u Szugs sir a Ltd a it a a a a saturday. Graybill has attempted to appoint w a. Stacey assistant superintendent As aliens successor. Markhams suit also raised the question whether his appointment if upheld by the court is for the remainder been a a eliminated general us fled j of superintendent Allens present term into soviet Russia last week before a japanese military offensive tile Russia government refused japanese requests that he be either extradited or detained a a other us Fang Wens will arise As Long a a the manhood of China is not extinct Quot Soong said. A general a Chan Shan and a Host of Oiler lesser military men still Are in the Field against Japan Manchuria is teeming with hatred of the invaders Quot i a High official in the japanese foreign office was quoted recently As saving there much evidence indicating general a a former manchurian War lord was not killed in Battle last july As japanese military leaders have claimed chinese officials have maintained All along that he is still alive caused a recess less than one hour after the conference with labor Heads had convened. Labor s representatives at once began consideration of the proposal. The proposal of the carriers would allow either Side to terminate the agreement within 30 Days by filing no Tive that it wished to proceed under the railway labor act with appointment was in for less Revere weather but j and was reported Active in Northern meteorologist Flora said there could be no great warming up with tile entire Middle West covered a it is with a Snow Blanket farm leaders meet to draft Relief plan by int ave Cit a it pm Washington dec 12 farm organization leaders met behind closed doors Hen today to draft an agricultural re Manchuria this month. Colorado fugitive is captured kills self by the associated press i new York. Dec 12�?walter Claude automobile collision. Davis fugitive Colorado savings and Quot i done to believe Public opinion or the loan official who was captured yester i people of Kansas lie said a will Toler Day in connection with a million Dollar embezzlement committed suicide Early Todas by hanging himself in his ending january 9, or until after his successor is elected at the 1934 general election. Allen was re elected for another two year term at the recent general election in which Markham was his of mediators. Opponent. The 1,750.000 members of the 21 j immediately upon reaching Lite of brotherhoods had authorized their rep fice today the governor signed papers resent Tives to negotiate Only on tho1 again sending Markhams name to the question of extending past january 31 Secretary of state. The ten percent wage Cut which sliced a the appointment is my right even $200,000,000 off Railroad a tolls. Though it comes in the last month of Basic wage rates were not affected my administration Quot he told reporters by the old agreement. A i am going to exercise it in the courts the announcement of the carriers if necessary and even if i have to Call j appeared to set at rest reports they out the militia. Would seek reduction greater than the j a i am certain the Public will uphold ten percent now in effect me and will not tolerate any political trickery to deny me my right As governor Kansas is not Louisiana nor governor Woodring said there was no constitutional or statutory provision precedent or example for the lieutenant governor to act in the absence of the governor from Kansas. He pre fac Tel his statement with an expression of regret Over the Dath of superintendent Allen killed last week in an Moyes to disapprove Hoover reorganization Lief program for support of the Short cell congressional session presence in the City of Henry Morgenthau or new York conservation commissioner who is close to president elect Roosevelt and has been mentioned for Secretary of agriculture had led to considerable conjecture on Capitol Hill. Then after conferring with chairman Jones of the House agriculture committee leaders of the farm organizations got together with Morgenthau on the program to be devised. L j Taber master of the National Grange said Jones had discussed proposed legislation with the assembled Davis wanted in Colorado Springs for the embezzlement was arrested last night in front of a fashionable Gramercy Park apartment House where he had lived two months under his own name. He was booked at police Headquarters and was assigned to cell no. 8 on the East Side of the basement attendants said that on being locked in. Davis removed his coat and spent some time pacing Back and Forth in the cell. Patrolman Charles Pyle who took Over the guard detail in the cell Block at Midnight said that Early today he went to the cell of another prisoner to by the associated Pressi Washington dec., 12�?a Resolution disapproving the whole government regrouping program submitted by president Hoover was offered today in the Senate by senator King id., Utah King explained he favored Many of the moves but was strongly opposed ate or look with favor in any court a to others. Lion that might gain political spoils to bring the question to Issue he even though there will be a change of j proposed disapproval of the lot. His administration in 30 i by the associated fret. Washington dec. 12�?payment leaden., but declined to verify reports lives Tafrate a suspicious noise. He of that he had brought to the conference served that Davis apparently was i an emergency measure developed along standing at the door of Lite cell but the lines of the voluntary Domestic a1 loser scrutiny showed that the Man i Loument plan on which he wanted uni Wotus hanging by hts Necktie from Hie lied farm support before its intr Ducolon. Upper part of the door the presence Here of Morgenthau was before he was booked Davis told to considered significant inasmuch As pre j Hoe that his wife and daughter Are in student elect Roosevelt has been described As favouring a farm Relief plan embracing principles of the voluntary Domestic allotment the National farm organizations have agreed to support substitution of the Export debenture the equalization fee and the allotment plan for the emergency stabilization clause of the agricultural marketing act As a Long time rehab lotion program but. Also have agreed not to stand in the Way of a Resolution went Over for future con i Sld ration. Liin i la n div Ilc Vinn Iai i meanwhile other efforts were being j Uulu i at if talus 111 started to Block the realignments aug-1 Frith or nmn Ristp g sted by the president on reasoning death i u i Utun i u that the changes should be left to the incoming democratic administration. If however administration representatives can convince the House expend of Dit res committee with its democratic majority that Cash would be saved some changes might be allowed to take effect. Unless Congress acts in 60 Days All the proposals become effective. Speaker Garner at his press conference today said he thought Congress either Quot should put aside All the transfers and eliminations or let them All become a it can be changed after March 4 anyhow Quot he said. A i doubt that any committee in the 60 Days could study All the things in the presidents $30,000 to Mexico As Quot an act of Grace for the killing of Emilio Cortez Rubio relative of former president Rubio and Manuel Moniez. Near Ardmore. Okla. Last year was proposed in a Resolution today by chairman Borah of the Senate foreign relations committee. Borah proposed that $t5.000 be paid on account of each death Quot As an act of Grace and without reference to the question of Legal liability the two youths were killed june 7, 1931. By two Deputy sheriffs near Ardmore. Olieas they were returning to Merico from attending school in Atchison. Kas Colorado Springs. Also he told of gov Itig Power of attorney to a lawyer Kinwui n rom Vii i a the Western state As a result of which j a Farmer ends his own life $600,000 Iii property was turned Over to Farmer ends his on the savings and loan association two by tile annotated press weeks ago he refused to give the Coffeyville Kas. Dec. 12�?david j. Name of the attorney. Tehen 61, Farmer and member j it Che n Brothers realty firm Here was Snow fails to protect shot to death today in his room at the Western Kansas wheat it Che n Brothers farm five Miles South Iby the associated pre East of Coffeyville in okla. Topeka dec 12�?Snow which fell Deputy sheriff Harry Neal of Coffey once fixing Bill of the Short session can Over the state the past few Days failed Ville investigating at the request of j. Not undertake their program. I to protect entirely the wheat in West a Tilotson. Nowata county attorney i pm Kansas from extremely cold tem said it apparently was a Case of Sui Pera Tures the state and i edenic Agri Clde. A Shotgun was found leaning cultural departments reported today against a chair in which Etchen a body and some injury has resulted. J was discovered. The amount of Snow in tile w Estern j it Ellen was a member of one of third of the state ranged Between one Coffeyville first families. He leaves and two inches but much drifted Leav two children Albert Tehen of Coffey Long wheat unprotected with resultant me and mrs. George p. Garr. Havana. Injury where rooting was shallow and Kas., four Brothers Charles Coffey plants already were suffering for want fled a Wichita motor car Deal of moisture. Eralbert m. An attorney in Kansas o. P. Committee to pick Mulvane successor by tin associated press Topeka. Dec. 12 a meeting of the Republican state committee Here december 20 for the purpose of selecting a new National committeeman was called today by flank Carlson Republican state chairman. The office has been vacant since the death of David w Mulvane Veteran committeeman november 9. Chairman Carlson said tile committees action would be in tile nature of a recommendation to tile Republican National committee. The state committee was called for la a in. In memorial Hall. Mississippi prisoners escape by the associated press Parchman miss., dec 12�?seven prisoners boned their Way through a Wall a foot thick and escaped from the state prison farm Here today. Blood hounds were put on their Trail by superintendent o. O. Tann. The fugitives were All Long tenders. The escape was effected the superintendent said after visitors smuggled a Brace and bit into the prison. He said the visitors would be arrested today for questioning. Leavenworth Salesman Dies Leavenworth Kas., dec., 12�?Frank Kunkel for More than 40 years a Salesman for the Lysle milling co., is dead. Kunkel was widely known Over the Northern Section of Kansas surviving Are his Mother mrs. Clara Kunkel. And a brother Edward. In the Central third of the state City. Kas., and Frank an ind Epen Snow Between 2 and 4 inches was Well Derue automobile dealer and three distributed and afforded Protection to Sisters miss Clara Tehen and mrs. R. Wheat the weekly crop report stated and Little cold weather injury should result except possibly in some South Central counties Snow was heavier in Eastern Kansas and we heat was Well protected. Hauling of Stock water continued in most Southeastern counties the report Grid banquet t0ni6ht Good food and entertaining talks Are on tap for this evening when the kiwanis club will be Host to coach Moon Mullins. Or. Al Morley coach Armin soph coach Clem Tuggle and the St. Benedictus College and Atchison High school football teams at a dinner at the hotel Byram dinner will be served at 7 of clock and every fan in Atchison is invited to attend the charge will be 75 cents a plate. M. F. Ahead. Athletic director at Kansas state College and a. N. To Mcmillin head football coach at the school will be the principal speakers Carl Brown managing editor of the Globe and Larry it Moon it Mullins. St. Benedictus athletic director and former notre Dame Backfield Star will also make Short talks. Fred Kenner and Ralph Fletcher will furnish the musical entertainment the former singing a Solo and the latter leading in Community singing. Jack Hartman chairman of the kiwanis entertainment committee and one of Atchison s most Rabid sports ians will act As toastmaster. Russia and China a6ain on Good terms by the associated press i Geneva. Switzerland dec. 12�?maxim Litvinoff russian foreign commissar this afternoon announced the reestablishment of Normal diplomatic and consular relations Between Russia and China effective today. In a letter to or. W. W. Yen. China a spokesman before the league of nations. Or. Litvinoff wrote a in pursuance of our recent conversations i have the Honor to inform you that being desirous of promoting peace and Friendly relations Between our countries my government has decided to regard Normal diplomatic and consular relations with the government of the chinese Republic As reestablished from this senator Davis second women voice dry Law Faith delegation appears before committee to oppose Beer legalization by the associated press Washington dec. 12�?a dozen women brought to the big hearing room of the House ways and Mittee today assertions that Beer would decrease the source of taxable wealth by reducing productivity of citizens i led by mrs. Henry w. Peabody one i after another women opponents of before he had an Opportunity to explain them sometime this afternoon to the chamber foreign affairs and finance committees. Before he finished his statement and before the chamber adjourned he let it be understood that when he is ready to present his detailed proposals to parliament he will make the Issue a question of Confidence risking a pos a sible Adverse vote and the downfall of his ministry. There was an impression among the deputies As they scattered after the session that the Premier had won Over Many of them to the idea of payment and there was less pessimism among those who have favored payment All along. The Hoover moratorium said the Premier Cost Fiance 16.509,000 pounds Means com England 9,700.000 pounds Belgium 2,- 400.000 pounds and Italy 1,800.000 pounds. Quot at this he said when there is talk of a link Between debts and disarmament i have tile right to bring these things to the attention of All the modification of the volstead act Tes american people who have lofty and tidied that Beer was intoxicating that just even a Small amount of alcohol tended to slow Down the human machine and i that taxes the government had lost by elimination of the liquor traffic had been paid to it in other forms of levies. He recalled How the american experts co operated in the elaboration of the Young plan. A a no one can deny a he said a that this plan evolved by an american created a link Between reparations and inter there was frequent applause by the National debts group for each others assertions until he said that Many members of the representative Rainey Ltd. 111. Remin i French chamber of deputies regard the ded that applause was forbidden mrs. D. Leigh Colvin president of the women a Christian Temperance Union of new York contended the election was no wet mandate saying the Drys had no Chance to vote for either major party and at the same time vote i dry. She displayed a bottle of milk children a toys and bread and said Quot if the Man gets his Glass of Beer the children will have to give up these for Senate studies repeal Washington dec., 12�?speeding action. The Senate judiciary committee at of commons on wednesday. Bank for International settlements As a Clearing House to assure constant correlation Between reparations and debts. Then he paused for a moment. A it was the intervention of president Hoover Quot he said slowly a which destroyed everything and reopened everything a there was another burst of applause. Parliament to debate London dec. 12.�?stanley Baldwin acting head of the government in the absence of prime minister Macdonald announced today that general debate on War debts will be held in the House trial Date is fixed be necessary. Its first meeting of the sesion today referred All prohibition repeal legislation to a subcommittee headed by senator Blaine in. Wasa foe of National prohibition. He announced the committee would get to work As soon a possible and said he did not believe hearings would by i lie associated press others appointed to the sub com he said no special legislation would be required for withdrawal of Gold from the Bank of England to cover the Abt instalment due on thursday. I there will be full and free discussion on All phases of the debts with a comprehensive statement by Neville Chamberlain Chancellor of the exchequer he promised. The members bombarded him with new York. Dec. 12. Retrial of unit Mittee were senators Borah r. Idaho questions As to whether the House willed states senator James j. Davis on Herbert it re a r. Walsh d., Monte Given a Chance to vote on payment Federal lottery and conspiracy charges and Hiu id., Wash or non payment of the $95,550,009 due today was set for january 9. Pour of the five members of the sub on thursday. Or. Baldwin said no similar charges against the Western committee Are in favor of submitting a special Resolution would be introduced. Union Telegraph co. And three others repeal Resolution with Borah the Only several members told him the Amer were set to be heard on the same Day. Opponent. Ican Congress and the French chamber one of the cases will have to be again __�?77--17 of deputies would discuss the matter. Asked whether France and Italy were going to pay the december instalment. Or. Baldwin replied that what is wanted Here is an open discussion in the commons without reference to what any other government is doing he made it Clear that the British a. Lusk of Coffeyville and mrs James Macfarlane of Denver. Authorizes railroads loan by the associated press Washington. Dec. 12.�?hic interstate Commerce commission today auth Bride of six months is victim of Accident by the associated press Wichita dec. 12�?mrs. Warren Muler Young Bride of six months was postponed. I los Angeles business Man found dead and her husband and co defendants with Swiater Davis a slain in his office brother in Law. Tommy Miller 18 who is director general of the Loyal by the associated Preasie year old business College student were order of Moose Are Theodore g. Miller,1 los Angeles. Dec. 12�?major Samuel taken to a Hospital Here today in an Bernard c. Mcguire and Raymond c. Haver. 48, manager of the person unconscious condition apparently the Walsh. Mcguire and Walsh also Are Nel department of the Southern Cali result of suffocation. Defendants along with m. J. Revise in Fomia co., was shot and killed at the Hospital it was said no Hope the Case against the Western Union in his private office in the downtown was held for the Young husbands re j Telegraph co. Which involved alleged Edison building today by a Man who governments policy of paying the debt covery. Lottery conducted for the Mystic shrine turned the death weapon on himself when it is due had been decided upon Miller a bookkeeper at a Bank had Mcguire was convicted and Walsh an committed suicide. Independent of parliament s approval gained note with the other employ yes was acquitted on similar charges last the killer company officials told poor disapproval. For his punctuality. When he failed to wet it it which involved the fraternal or lace was identified As a former con-1 despite the american government s arrive for work at ills usual time two Der f Eagins Conrad h. Maim Presl struck Lon Camp employee Karl Toto warning against such a procedure it fellow employees decided to investigate. Dent 0j Kansas City chamber of to on he had been Laid off recently was predicted in Well informed Quad Brea Kuig into the apartment they Commerce and Frank e. Bering editor a few few moments after the Man ters today that Britain will pay its found mrs. Millers body lying before Tlle gages Magazine also were con j entered Haver a office two shots were War debt instalment thursday with a an open Gas flame her husband near evicted in this Case. J heard and employees rushed into the reservation that it be credited on the by and his brother in the bathroom. Postponement of the Moose and mys offices finding Haver dead and Toto capital account. Cecil Parshall police investigator. Tic shrine cases today want a by agree Lian by is near Toto Ian a hand to under the present debt settlement a a Lack of oxygen in the to Ghuy Clos of Counsiel a a apartment As a result of the open Gas flame caused the woman a death and the unconsciousness of her Hus none of the defendants was in court today. Stated and the hardship which theorized the new Yong. Chicago. And St water shortage a causes with tempera i la it us Railroad co. To Bori of $5,600,000 Tares near Zero la extreme. Present i from the reconstruction corporation to snowfall the report stated has a refinance a $20,000,000 Bond Issue which oomph teed Little in the Way of Relief was due on october i. Band and brother in Law. Tommy Miller had been making his Home with his brother and sister in Law while he completed his business training course. His Home is Iii Arnett. Okla. Tile couple was married june. How about your neighbor the residents in each Block should quietly hold a meeting and decide How to make Christmas Happy for the unfortunate family in that Black. Let Christmas be a merry comfortable occasion for All an attempt to Salvage Gold from the Lusitania by the Presa new York dec. 12�?the lure of last sunken treasure Lias brought about a renewed attempt to Salvage Gold and valuables from the Lusitania. High voltage current Kils since a German submarine sent the fort Leavenworth sergeant giant liner to the Bottom off Kinsale by the associated pre Irish state with a loss of 1.198 _. Lives 17 years ago several plans to Leavenworth Kas., dec. 12. Sergt. Savage her treasure have been pro Charles h. Johnson 38, fort leaven ejected. Worth radio technician we As killed Sun b became known today that the Day when he came in Contact with in sunken liner finally has been located High voltage wire while testing tubes definitely and a decision reached to Bein the amplification system used in Gin actual Salvage operations Early in connection with sound pictures at the 1933, army y. M. C. A. He had been pm diaries Courtney president of the played As supervisor of the system last american association of master lock year and had been stationed at the fort Smiths who directed the opening of ten years. J treasure chests on the sunken liner sergeant Johnson was a member of Egypt last year has been engaged to the masonic Lodge at Highland. Kas., Aid in the Lusitania venture he is survived by his widow Eva a the amount of Gold aboard the Lusi Delighter. Jean�4te, Leavenworth i Tanya has been various estimated some Mother mrs. H. C. Johnson and a figures placing it As High As $10,000,-brother and sister at Harveyville . Lice reported a revolver was found. The $95,500, includes both capital and police had not determined the cause interest these quarters expected the of the shooting. United states would accept the pay Haver had been employed by the Merit with the declaration the govern Public Utility since 1909. He was a Ma-1 ment has no Power to accept the Brit Jor during the world War i the Ash reservation american service and held the same thus Hie question would be earned rank in the Reserve officers association Over into a general review of the debts about a year ago he became person j question to which the British and Nel manager. He is survived by widow and two children. A a nig ill More shopping Hays till Christmas a american government leaders have i agreed. The effect of this listing of the payment on the capital account was expected to Call for a hew settlement. Hie american note which reached Here Early today stating congressional approval was necessary before proposed British reservations could be accepted. Was regarded As merely stating the legalistic position it was said the View was taken that this was All that could be expected from the United plates administration. At the same tune it Aas pointed out the British government has stated the terms under which the payment will be made which brought tile Quick warning from Washington and it was predicted the government now would proceed with the payment it a con soldered inconceivable that the uuite4 states would refuse payment

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