Dubois Daily Express in Dubois, Pennsylvania
8 Jul 1937

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8 Jul 1937

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DuBois Daily Express (Newspaper) - July 8, 1937, DuBois, Pennsylvania The weather j Western and continued warm tonight j 4 and Friday Thunder Shower Friday afternoon. The daily express vol. Xliv.60. 159. Of in is. Ivv., Iii Kim \ Yll \ a s. It Price three cent planes join search for missing heat wave spreads suffering Over nation today soft to oaf piping bitter search will be climaxed by arrival Carrier Lexing ton sunday. Is scene prostrations pickets Are state police r a a a reported in held Back from n.0. Figh 11 n g Many sections Alcoa Plant Cut in strike by Earl Leaf United press staff correspondent copyright 1937, by United press tientsin. China. July 8�? up a chinese and japanese troops fought savagely in the suburbs the ancient capital piping today in what threatened to be the most serious incident recent years. Casualties were heavy. Japanese used machine gun and artillery fire against retreating chinese soldiers. There were unconfirmed reports that the japanese threw 200 shells into the walled City camping Shin just South piping and killed scores soldiers and civilians. Japanese authorities at piping admitted to casualties among their own bodies 17 chinese soldiers. The Fligh. That still continued at mid Day Boke out first at 11 30 p in when according to the japanese version. Chinese soldiers fired japanese troops holding night Man Honolulu t. He a july 8�? up a a preliminary air search an area As Large a Indiana was resumed off the Northern Phoenix islands today for Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan lost round the world fliers three speedy scout planes were catapulted at Dawn from the u. 8. Colorado off Winslow Bank in the Northern Phoenix group. They took up their Hunt which darkness forced them to discontinue yesterday. This preliminary scouting was scheduled to develop into a Mammoth air search by monday with addition 68 land planes seaplanes and flying boats being sped to the scene by the aircraft Carrier Lexington. The Lexington which left san Diego under forced draft last sunday was being refuelled at Lahaina roads Hawaii today by the Tanker ram amp Poe. It will proceed immediately to the Phoenix and Howland v areas. Pearl Harbor naval officials said the big aircraft Carrier and her Brood could cover 36,000 Square Miles an area As big As Indiana in six hours All planes were used simultaneously. Amateur radio operators continued to Send in reports what they believed were signals picked up from j the lost planet lost last Friday when it misses Howland Island a flight lays blame pot pres from lae new Guinea. Coast guardsmen said an a interesting a report was made by Ray havens i Amateur Conrad mont., who said he heard a Many a voice at 9 40 p in. Last night saying o173 West Longitude 5 South lath tude. Of but help needed. Haqq is the Call miss ear Harts plane. Officials said this location was about where the present search was being conducted. They doubted however that the message had come from the plane. Three pilots from the battleship def Lorado flew Over the Winslow Bank area late yesterday for three hours but failed to sight the big Lockheed reuvers in the suburban area this was but a minor business. Japanese authorities were proceeding when an open Battle started at 5 30 a. In. Today. Chinese and japanese reports directly contrasted this each said the other fired first. However the Battle started it continued with the chinese troops resisting stoutly at 7 a. In the chinese began retreating. Firing ceased at 8 30, japanese army authorities demanded that All chinese troops be withdrawn from the Battle area by la. It appeared that just before la the chinese were withdrawing. Then however according to Japan men and reported they had found the i ase advices fighting was resumed at 11 40 a. In. It seemed obvious that the situation was one the greatest Gravity. This open clash came after Many months turn to Page 8, col 4 Welles Calls for new Deal in Europe ent conditions terms Versailles treaty. Turn to Page 8, col. 5 liquor ban modified in strike area by Hobart c Montee United press staff correspondent Washington july 8�? up a undersecretary state Sumner Welles today called upon european statesmen to give the old world a new Deal politically and economically and thus Avert the impending desolation War. In one the Mast forthright american diplomatic statements since the signing the Versailles treaty Welles Laid most the blame for present conditions in Europe upon the vengeful provisions that treaty and called for a change in both policies and practice in order that the present generation in eur a Ope and the rest the world May boy scouts Are inspected by president Washington july 8�? up a president Roosevelt today inspected 25,000 perspiring camera snapping boy scouts who lined both sides historic Constitution Avenue to cheer him As the Climax their International Jamboree . Roosevelt Rode in an open car with a july Sun beating Down his Bare head As he reviewed the scouts representing 48 states and 25 foreign countries. A you look Fine a he shouted to the Khaki Clad youngsters. Quot Are Job having a Good time a a four out every five scouts had cameras and snapped pictures the president mrs Roosevelt naval and military aides Cabinet members and White House secretaries who a re in the party. The review with the boys standing still and the president driving Between their double line was devised by scout leaders to spare the scouts fatigue and possible heat prostration a Long March past a president reviewing stand. Force Center temperatures Range troops maintain Dost As High As big decrees drought damage heavy by the United press temperatures soared with increased death suffering and drought across Central anti Eastern United states today with the High temperatures scheduled to continue for another 36 hours 43 deaths already were reported they were 27 drownings and 16 heat prostrations official thermometers recorded As High As 110 degrees. Heat prostrations and drownings claimed victims from the Rockies to the Eastern Seaboard and South to Texas in x the midwestern agricultural guard at scene Lucent rioting. Two killed Alcoa. Tenn., july 8 up picket were held Wick to Whf blocks from the aluminium company America Plant today by National guardsmen As approximately 1,000 workers re turned to their jobs despite yesterday s riots in which two were killed and 19 wounded. Major Ray Crit Tendorf commander the guardsmen and i Amar Taylor vice president the aluminium workers Union agreed to permit 1 k pickets to patrol two blocks from the Plant to lose joining the Baek to work March were jeered but no attempt Plains crops suffered from the Lack was made to Stop the workers moisture and Farmers toppled in i an Effort to tie up the aluminium their Fields from heat Pra Stratton. High humidity added to the discomfort in the populous great lakes and Missouri and Ohio Valley regions pfc it was made when Union electricians at the Calderwood Power House which furnishes Power for the Mill walked out. Union work and drownings increased As residents ars at the electric dams at rhymers sought Relief. J ferry n o., and Toporo to c. John Chicago recorded six drownings the strike. Massachusetts reported five Indiana. Company officials said foremen four Pennsylvania three new Yor were operating the electrical no Dum to Page 8, col. 4 Harrisburg july 8.�? up a state stores taproom and hotels in towns surrounding Johnstown were permitted to sell liquor today in quantities up to six bottles. Alcoholic beverages however still Are banned in Johnstown proper because a strike at the vast Cambria Plant the Bethlehem steel company the liquor control Board announced. Communities affected by the boards new ruling Are located in the ten mlle area about the City where sales have been prohibited since strike violence broke out two a weeks ago. Cambria county sheriff Michael j. Boyle requested the opening the stores and taproom yesterday the Board said after he received numerous requests from proprietors and citizens All liquor was banned in communities within 25 Miles Johnstown Arter first violence occurred but the Board last week permitted six bottle minimum sales outside the ten mile area. The six bottle limit will remain throughout the entire District the \ Board announced and police will be stationed All roads to prevent j transportation liquor into Johnstown. Report 500 Are killed by Volcano san Francisco july 8�? up a the Pacific press Bureau announced today that it received a radio report from the Matson freighter Golden Bear that a cataclysmic eruption caused by the birth a new Volcano destroyed the town Rabaul new Britain May 18, killing an estimated 500 people. The eruption the report said followed 28 hours earthquakes and a tidal wave Rabaul is the northernmost tip new Britain in the British territory new Guinea. It is due Northeast Lac. From where Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan took off last week their flight to Howland Island Maine and Minnesota two. Michigan had six deaths from prostration. Others were reported from Connecticut Pennsylvania Minnesota Massachusetts Indiana and Nebraska. In new York a woman fell to her death while seeking Cooling breezes a fire escape highest official temperature wednesday was 110 degrees in Huron and Aberdeen s. D. Six persons died from heat pros Chinery and that the Plant was operating Union leaders said the Only Union men at work at Calderwood were those at the waterworks which supplies Alcoa and Maryville Homes. Meantime funeral services were being arranged for Henson Klick a striker who was shot in the Throat. And w. M Hunt Deputy who died from a Bullet wound in the Back. J. C. Howard labor department by Robert Vermillion United press sin correspondent Johnstown a july 8 up Hie number Pennsylvania motor Ladler guarding the struck Cambria Plant Bethlehem steel corp had been reduced by so men today As the state liquor control Board lifted liquor restrictions in surrounding towns clap William Clark commander the state police contingent Here said the men were sent Back to Reg ular stations because a shortage men at the regular posts the liquor ban which had been in effect Ainee the strike was called june 12 by the steel workers committee prohibited Sale Beer and liquor within a ten mile radius. The ban is still in effect however in Johnstown and Dale Borough within the City limits. While the company claimed that operations were returning to Normal at the Cambria Plant James Mark elderly strike Leader said that Quot things look Betler than they have for a Long Quot the Plant is not operating normally despite the company a claims Quot Mark said a organization work among the employees is progressing rapidly. The company is hiring a lot unskilled the Cambria Plant normally employs 15,000 workers. Unofficial observers estimated that 10,000 men had returned to work unmolested by the few pickets who gathered at the 14 Gates. Attorney general Charles j mar Giotto Pennsylvania was scheduled to go to Washington today to Conter with attorney general Homer s. Cummings tile possibility ail election under state Federal supervision in in Effort to end the strike. Margi Ottly a visit was announced by turn to Page 8. Col. 4 traction yesterday in Michigan conc Latori for raved Confer where nearly a dozen Small cities with the manage intent and Union . Reported temperatures up to too de m in Eifort to it Bette even Grees. New York City had one heat a it pcs old strike death and reported 140 Persona res a Howard expect con. Cued from drowning. Fer with a d a Tycki lesion company four persons drowned in chicle. M and Udjus it St hot. Con. But no one died there from the j heat. Federal crop reporters meantime reported that great portions the Plains area again Are in need rain. Drought which destroyed millions dollars crops last year has virtually ruined them again in Northern and Eastern Minnesota a government bulletin stated. Northwestern Ortii Dakota needs rain badly. Surface soil is drying fast and rain will be needed shortly throughout the entire Northwest. Turn to Page 8, col. 7 i to escaped convicts Are recaptured strike ugh. Union produce workers endssc0pe Cio expanded Pittsburgh july 8.�? up a a one Day strike Union produce workers was settled today under an agreement providing graduated wage increases recognition the Union As sole bargaining agent and a week s vacation with . Had the strike been prolonged it would have caused a shortage fresh fruits and vegetables. The agreement covering about 400 men was signed for one year retroactive to june 14 by representatives the Pittsburgh produce Trade association and local 20612, produce workers Union affiliate the american federation labor. By Lewis by c l. Sulzberger United press staff correspondent. J Washington july 8.�? up a John l Lewis today expanded the scope his committee for Industrial organization into the maritime indu try and entered into an entente with Harry Bridges West coast longshore menus Leader in an attempt to consolidate the scattered Marine Union into one Industrial federation under the Cio Banner. To ,. I following a conference with 26 it established a $20 weekly mini Marme Abor week to mum and increases $4 a per cent and 5 per cent in other classifications the Union had demanded a Flat $5 a week increase Pennsylvania traffic toll by United press reported today dead. 6 injured. 182 victims january i to Date dead. 1,376 injured. 27,786 these figures were based trafic Accident reports received by the hate Bureau Highway patrol and safety and Are subject to revision Ince results All accidents Are not available the Day their occurrence. I Mae West admits Silver wedding anniversary by Alan m Elwain. J divorced by miss Blakesly May i United press staff correspondent 1935, in new Jersey. Hollywood. July 8.�? up a Mae miss West charged that in obtain West buxom film Star who posed As my a License feb 3, 1916, to marry a spinster has celebrated her Silver miss Blakesly Wallace Quot swore false wedding anniversary she admitted to j Lye that he had never married and Day in acknowledging her marriage i that he had no former wife wives. 26 years ago to Frank Wallace Vaude j either living dead. Leaders Lewis an trounced appointment a seven a Man committee headed by John Brophy Cio director which will in i de Lake a unionization drive among it the nations 250.000 Marine and coastal workers. Bridges named the committee probably will be appointed Cio director the West coast it a. Turn to Page 8, col 6 Horn family reunion at West Liberty Ville actor. She said in answer to wallaces Superior court action to establish Validity their marriage that she had never divorced him but that their marriage had never been consummated. She said As far As she knew Wallace had never divorced her 1 miss West asked the court to refuse Quot any declaration decree1 to Wallace who was sued both in new York and California to have the actress declared hts Legal wife shortly after the answer was filed miss West a attorneys entered a motion to set aside an order calling for she admitted that the marriage i her appearance in court Friday to took place in Milwaukee april la i give a deposition in the Case a hear Altoona a july 8 up City Jjo lice Tex a were holding for r a a View Penitentiary authorities two escaped convicts whose recapture followed a tip received i rom an Al a Loon a minister the two men Homer Ellwood Moon 24, and Frank Leput were taken into custody by officers last night after the Rev. Randolph i toss Man who formerly served As mail censor at Roek Lew prison recognized Moon the Street and phoned police. Hoon sentenced from Westmoreland county in 1930, and Leput sentenced from Somerset county in 1934, escaped together from the prison at Bellefonte june 29. Police say the convicts quarrelled shortly before their capture the men being seized in different sections the City. Deputy Warden c c , Rockview Penitentiary was to come Here today to take charge the prisoners old residence makes Way for modern Home work a started wednesday demolishing the Blair Homestead at 109 s main Street preparatory to the building a new Home by Chaa. Allen. A resident that immediate Section the Structure that is being torn Down today was one the Early residences the Community it being estimated that it was built about 80 years ago the lumber is still in a Good state preservation a modern new Home will be built j the property by Allen arid will Dubois scout gives details Jamboree the following is another the letters received from Bobby Penfield who is reporting the boy scout Jamboree for the courier express july 4 1937. Washington i c. The editor wednesday june 30th. In the morning there was Little a Tiv Ltd. We just rested in ramp even though it a the opening Day the Jain Bovee in the afternoon the rest the boys went to the Ball game. What a thrilling game it was Washington won a game from the red sox by a score 6-5 meanwhile the other boys went a tour through some the government buildings in the evening All the 27, Khz scouts and Scouters gathered in the Arena for the opening ceremonies the National Jamboree with James e West acting As master ceremonies the following program double funeral is planned for train victims services act lie held saturday a. M. Hill Section mourns tragedy i l a jury empanelled by Coroner r Williams Houtzdale viewed turn to Page 8, col 6 21 aliens take oath at Clearfield naturalization court was held in Clearfield thursday morning before judge Wallace Smith. Twenty one aliens appeared for i heir finn i papers the government being represented by u. S examiner w c Macdougall Pittsburgh the aliens were cer rifled to by the examiner and in the presence judge Smith took the oath citizenship As administered by prothonotary William Gallagher among those applying for citizenship from Dubois were Thomas Traczyk polish. He was accepted. Juseph George Maloof syrian was denied citizenship without prejudice the refusal was based conflicting evidence presented by the two witnesses for . Maloof. Being refused without prejudice the remains the two victims the train fatality which occurred near Falls Creek Little wednesday Lemoon and after considering the facts . The Case set Hie Date for the formal inquest for next wednesday morning at 9 clock. The inquest will to held at the Shultz funeral Home where the bodies the two victims Stanley fish 15, son mrs. Anna fish 107 Hill Street and Theodore Bartyl Tekl 16, Nephew mrs Frank Glowacki 219 Mccullough Street were prepared for burial. The bodies have been removed to the Glowacki Home where they will be held to Awalt double funeral services to to held saturday morning. The services will be conducted by Rev. Father pol in St. Michael a Church at 9 clock with interment turn to Page 8, col. 6 James Mark involved in car crash James Mark Dubois District president the United mine workers Wiio has been in charge the Cio activities at Johnstown was Home Over the july 4th Holiday. Returning to Johnstown he had an automobile Accident but was not injured he said that he was driving to Johnstown when suddenly his steering apparatus seemed to go bad. And he crashed against the Side the Road he said that he had a Means that . Maloof can apply comparatively new car and could not a later Date. J understand the Accident. Petition for postponement tax Sale commissioners seek delay in forced tax Sale until this fall. At Clearfield thursday morning the county commissioners presented a petition to judge Walace Smith asking for a postponement the tax sales from August 1st to november 9th, 1937. Tile petition for postponement covers the delinquent tax for the years 1932-33-34-35. Under a Law passed by the leists hire delinquent taxpayers can make a payment their taxes and then have five year in which to Complete the payments. The returns under this plan have been received in a satisfactory manner the delinquency have been reduced 20 percent. Taking All these fact into consideration the county commissioners petitioned the court to postpone the sales which were due to be advertised this month. The commissioners stated in their petition that they believed a postponement would be in the Best interest All the municipal sub division and the taxpayers therein i Hie to the fact that judge Smith was Busy with naturalization court lie took no immediate action the petition St. Marys water rates investigated Harrisburg. July 8 up a the a bloc futility commission announced today investigation into rates the St. Marys water company serving St marys and Parte Bensinger township Elk county. Tile p. U. C. Seeks to determine Quot reasonableness company rates and charges time and place for a hearing will be fixed later. The investigation reportedly requested by 550 Domestic Consumers the water company in a petition to the commission is being conducted under provisions the new Public Utility Law. The p u. C. Has directed that the investigation include consideration temporary rates under provisions the new regulatory act. Burden proving its rates reasonable rest the company under the new Law. Under the old Art the Burden proof would remain with the commission. Two killed in crash at Morrisville will organize along military patrol line s Morrisville pa., july 8,�? up a two employees an insecticide company have crashed to their death while spraying a Field from a Low flying air plane. The men were Richard Shanklin 25, Chicago the Pilot and Stanley Pengally 25. Trevorton. Pa., who released the insecticide to kill mexican beetles. The plane made a Sharp turn at an Altitude about 40 feet struck a tree and fell into old Lehigh canal according to witnesses. The motor was pushed Back against Pengally in the front cockpit by Force the crash and he was killed instantly Shanklin was still alive when rescuers arrived but he died before they could extricate him from the wreckage. Die men were employed by Wilson agricultural dusting company Vin Centon n. Jand they were spraying a 300 acre farm Carl King near Harrisburg july Sylvania. Motor 8�? up a Penn a the state will be divided into four Morrisville police created i sub divisions ear in to be policed by through the 1937 legislature s Mer i a Squadron 250 men commanded i 1911. However she assumed the role the injured party by contending that Wallace married Ray Blakesley in new York City feb 6, 1916. In her answer she said that Wallace was inf. On the motion was then set for Friday. At that time her attorneys Are expected to move that Wallace s action i next reunion july 4, 1938, at the -. Home George Shaffer Clear it Tum to Page 8, col. 8 Field the seventh reunion the descendants mrs. Emma Horn Dubois was held monday at the Home and mrs. Shaffer Mable Dale near West Liberty the add greatly to the general appear Assembly included three sons four Ance that Section s main Street daughters several grandchildren and three great grandchildren tire Day was spent in the telling old time stories and dancing the old barn floor with music furnished by the violin Sam Jones. Of Mabel Dale. At noon a sumptuous dinner was served. Before they departed for their Homes the people voted to hold the Ger Hie state police and Highway patrol will be organized As a regiment along lines a regular u. S. Army unit commissioner Percy w Foote disclosed today. The former rear Admiral announced gov George h Earle had approved reorganization plans last night but estimated the new system by a major. The squadrons will comprise five troops including a Headquarters unit major Cecil Wilhelm former assistant to Adams will lie designated chief staff. Headquarters at the state Capite will include detective criminal identification and investigation and plan Desser Bridge Hie card committee the ladies auxiliary the Dubois country club has completed arrangements for a dessert Bridge to be held at the club House saturday afternoon. Dessert will be served promptly at 2 clock followed by Bridge. An afternoon entertainment has been planned and it is anticipated that a Large umber the members j will be present. Would not be workable for at least j fire prevention bureaus directed by six j la col Adams. Foote native North Carolina Lack a medical unit comr is and organizer get Hii Adelphia s1 Stoner Foote said today was the May Earle for president club whose Jor Quot defects merger plans. Appointment to command the new Force upset All prophecies will receive a colonels commission. His assistant maj. Lynn g. Adams former superintendent the state police will be elevated to lieutenant colonel. A one the first things i must do is obtain funds to install a medical unit in the Pennsylvania motor police a he declared. The police training school at turn to Page 8, col. 8 father guilty chaining boy to bed Oil City pa., july 8.�? up a accused chaining his 12-year-old son Joseph to a bed Anthony cuz Zola was found guilty today a charge maltreatment a minor in a hearing before Alderman William Peters. A was fined $50 and costs. Our Zola pasted $200 Bond. The father denied that he had shackled his son about the neck. He claimed that another son chained and padlocked Joseph to prevent him from going Down town. The lad was found by state liquor Board enforcement officers when they were in amp petting the place

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