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DuBois Daily Express (Newspaper) - May 28, 1936, DuBois, Pennsylvania V the Wea thib Wpm in and continued Cool tonight and i tidily Light front tonight saturday fair. The daily express final stocks vol. Ali . 127hl Hois pa., till id a May 2s. 103 1 a kick three cents Fiorenza found guilty in Titterton murder Case Early action Zion checks headed for Home on new control Bill is mandatory under verdict a Washington. May 28 a top a in a it five Republican committee Mem Plain of Holl Rpp it 10 to w today urging a a Ber in a dissenting report charged x Ltd. Us ill. Til i la i on the Guffey Coal act Susti j that the legislation was Quot a whole led by jury in slay Lute. The House ways and Means j some Quot and would give a special til ing of comely writer. Committee warned that unless the legislation is enacted the soft Coal Industry faces a chaotic tile Bill probably will be brought up in the House parly next week tile rules committee is expected to give right of Way to the Bill at a hearing later this week it provides for Federal regulation and Price fixing in the Industry but lacks the labor control provisions of the original act. Hel unconstitutional by tie supreme court. Quot the condition of the Industry imperatively demands regulation in order to remedy evil which seriously endanger the Industry itself Quot the new York May 28 up a a Blue ribbon Quot jury decreed death in the electric chair for John Fiorenza 24-year-old upholsterers apprentice Bathtub murderer Quot of mrs. Nancy Evans Titterton Short Story writer. Tile jury which was out More that 19 hours found the Pale curly haired youth guilty of murder in the first degree a verdict which automatically carried tile extreme penalty. Fiorenza bit his fingernails nervous met Jorty report said. Lyas the jury came into Hie courtroom but his face was expressionless when Stuart Campbell. Jury Foreman said in a Low strained voice Quot guilty As judge Charles Nott jr., announced he would sentence tile youth Friday. June 5. Tile defendants relatives were not allowed in the courtroom when the verdict was announced his Mother mrs. Theresa copped remained at Home. Ignacio Cappani the youth s Stepfather heard the news in the corridor. Me wept and exclaimed in broken English Quot that s no fair. He is no fair trial. He belongs in Hospital. He ought to go to crazy he said mrs. Cappani was ill. Quot i Tell her stay he said. Quot i go be with Johnny. I go Home now and Tell her he twisted his battered hat in his hands. Teress the monopoly attic Power to fix 1 their own minimum prices which the Public will to required to Quot the majority report said that As a result of the supreme court decision Quot unless legislation is enacted 1 immediately the soft Coal Industry will revert to the chaotic conditions a which prompted the passage of the original act. Quot it appears highly desirable to have legislation even without the labor provisions Quot said the report adding that Price Quot demoralization Quot in the Industry Quot was in a Large part responsible for the Low wages and poor turn to Page to. Col 2 quins enjoy Federal govt. 2nd. Birthday May enter party today legion probe Home is Busy place today As quintuplets Staple birthday Celebration. A full Page of pictures of the quintuplets As they appear on their second birthday will be found on Page 12 of today a express. Future War vets i an big party Princeton. A j., a it 28. Up a Princeton University s chapter of the satirical Quot veterans of future wars Quot sent engraved invitations to 250 prominent americans today requesting their attendance at a a Treasury raid and Bonus disbursement Quot in Washington june 15. June 15 is the Day he world wat veterans Bonus comes due. The veterans of future wars seek to ridicule War and its aftermath by Campaign my now for t he Bonus Money they expect to demand following the next War in which the United states is involved. Among those invited to the Washington ceremony Are president Roosevelt his Cabinet members of Congress former president Herbert Hoover. Governor Alf Landon of Kansas postmaster general James a Farley Frank Knox Chicago publisher John Rockefeller and Henry Ford. The invitations read National Council or the veterans of future wars request the pleasure of your company at. A Treasury raid and Bonus disbursement on monday tile fifteen of june Nineteen Hundred and thirty six at three o clock in the City of Washington r s v p dancing in the streets formal prom four until 8. Callander. Ont., May 28.�?up a the Dionne quintuplets who Are two years old today celebrated their birthday Une cited by the event or by a Snow storm which at times obscured their parents Home across the Road from their private House they were intrigued by a room full of toys but did no to seem much concerned with the activity of those arranging tile big Celebration later today when four broadcasting Chain. Will Send out an account of the party to the world today was one of the coldest May prosecutor appeals for Aid of govt. In carrying on investigation. By James c Austin United press staff correspondent copyright 1936, by United press Detroit May 28 tire Federal government replied today to am invitation to enter the investigation of the night Riding terroristic society the Black legion. Prosecutor Duncan Mccrea pressed his search for 12 fugitive legion Aires whose arrests May bolster his charge that the spiritual heir of j tile Kun flux Kian accused of re a a possibility for killings and flog rings. Is operating actively in 15 to 18 states particularly in new York City and Chicago. The Federal government s reply was delivered by Harold h Reinecke six Are killed whenl0se jewels train crushes car at Pittsburgh Calumet City til. May 28 up four women a boy and a Small child on their Way to decorate grave in a cemetery were killed today when a speeding passenger train struck their automobile at a Calumet City crossing bodies were strewn along the right of Way for i too feet before the Engineer halted his heavy passenger train the dead Mary tramp in Al 24, Driver Regina to Tony a 34 mra Flea no Kunka 30 Daniel Kunka 3, non of or Kunka. I Titian icky 24 Patsy Fleming 3 the train. Northbound from Logansport id. Approached the encasing at i to regular Speed train officials said the red signal Light we working Hie automobile a headed toward holy Cross cemetery about a mile from the erne ing police said plants which the woman had planned to place on grave were scattered with the Bodle beside the rails. The automobile a destroyed John i. Tavern owner and fat Lier of tile Driver made the identification of a Gal Lunet. City morgue Railroad official were at. A Ion to explain the acc limit the crossing at thai Point is in an open Prairie they said and vision i a obscured the Accident occurred on the Michigan City Road at a Eros lug owned by the Pennsylvania Railroad schools near claim Climax of paid to year s work wife True to his flare for doing the unexpected Marion a. Zionch Crk Washington congressman made a bicycle built for one Render service for two in a hectic honeymoon Regira through Caribbean islands. He and the vivacious missus arriving at new York on the Way to Washington C., show How they pedalled along honeymoon Lane. Townsend is a. R i a cited today 28lh Here in recent years. The tem head of the local office of the fed Pesature was below freezing and Snow feral Bureau of investigation whose fell throughout the morning. Chief attorney general Homer 6 Callander ont., May 28.�? up a the Dionne quintuplets became two years old today but gave no sign of considering the event important though the world outside their sunny Home did. When tile five curly haired Little girls awoke this morning one room of their private House across the Road from the Home of the other Dionne a almost filled with toys clothes. I letters postcards and telegrams sent i by admirers All Over the world in i Honor of tile Day. Messengers arrived almost every minute with More the Hon. David a Croll minister of Public welfare came to represent the Dominion government four broadcasting chains covering every turn to Page to. Col. 4 Shawmut Coal co. Gets Nice govt. Order by Mack Johnson United press Silt of c despondent Washington May 2 lip a politically bul zealous of its dignity the Howe today ended a week of bickering Over the of d Francis of Townsend by citing the pension Leader and two aides on charges of contempt. The House voted the contempt citation by a 271 to 41 standing vote. Eft it its by rep Joseph Monaghan dmont., vociferous town. Rid supporter to Force a Roll Call failed when he was unable to Muster sufficient sup Art to require a Roll Call. The citation authorizing a Federal court prosecution of Townsend and his lieutenant. Was the answer of the House t o tile defiant ref in a i of tithe Trio to recognize the Power of the Shawmut mining company has received an order from the United states government for a boat tile House old age pension. Inv it ii Load of Coal to be shipped to tile gating commit 1 turn to Page to. Col 4� Turner forced to abandon Speed Tri Al hawaiian islands. Tile shipment a solid train Load will travel by rail to new York and will be moved by boat from there through the Panama canal to its destination. Those rated in addition to Townsend were Clin on l wander new York minister and John b k Efer Chicago both director of the old age revolving pensions Ltd., directing organza tin of the Townsend movement. It a the first contempt action in the Hou e in 23 yearn tile House in no Uncertain terms buried up Hie punishment demands of chairman Jasper Belliv to of the investigating committee under terms of the citation the Case goes to the office of the United states District attorney for trial in he District of Columba supreme court. To try the three it will be necessary to obtain a gland jury indictment. Conviction carries a Fine ranging from Hoo to and a into sentence of from one month to a year or both Townsend threw the committee into confusion last thursday when charging a Lunf Almest and he stalked from the room turn to Page to. Col 6 Queen Mary stepping out to new record Wichita kan., col Day record Between Burbank. Calif., and Providence. R i. A breather plug in his motor blew out. Turner said making it typos a a Ible to continue at High Speed. He aboard s s. Queen Mary. Enro Ute j also encountered storms Between to new York. May 28. Up great Here and Albuquerque. N. M Britain s proudest ship stepped up i her Speed to 30 knot this afternoon i in what appeared to he a Challenge i for the Blue ribbon of North Atlantic Speed supremacy. Although her officers insisted they j ire making simply a scheduled Cross i no and not a race for the record j held by the French liner Normandie he Queen Mary with a minimum of vibration accelerated her Speed on the second Day out from Southampton. Announcement has also been made that the Pittsburgh Shawmut and Northern Railroad has been awarded the e. H. Harriman Bronze memorial medal under the auspices of the american museum of safety for its distinctive safety record Dur ing tile year 1935 tire award will be made at the hotel Commodore Roscoe Turner. Sped Pilot to i new York june to abandoned his Effort to set Ai it will be recalled that the Shawmut on May 18, was presented in Chicago with a Beautiful Bronze plaque by the National safety Connell for it outstanding safety record of no employees injured or May 28. Up Zion checks Are Back in Washington Washington May 28 up Back from a honeymoon during which he Learned the Rumba Quot declared War on puerto Rico. Visited the aug n islands and the nigh life of new York. Rep. Marion a Zionch Crk d., wash., today began a Campaign to convert Congress to the Zion a Heck zip it or which new York found intoxicating if nothing Al e Quot it s really very easy to make Quot widespread search for Slayer of prison Quant i error in Campaign advertisement in the advertisement App iring in this morning s p. Per concerning the select merchant ing Campaign it was stated that the Campaign would Doe thursday May 29. The Date is Correct but the Day should have been f it Ian rather than thursday. The and appear., correctly this after on. Quilts Nim Niagara Toronto ont a up the Dionne quintuplets have replaced pails As Ontario s chief tourist at Rac in. W. L. Houck Liberal member of the Ontario legislature for Niagara fall.-, told the House that tourist Falls a to Cal Lander by Earle b Steele United press staff correspondent Angola la. May 28�? up a a posse and a. Pack of bloodhounds Strung out through the Tunica Hills Early today seeking Wilfred Lindsley 23. Who. While serving life for murder in Louisiana state prison Camp Here murdered the Captain of the prison guard and his wife. Lindsley abandoned his victim s automobile in the Hills which Are East of Here and near the Mississippi River late last night. Early today the posse believed it was so close on his Trail which the hounds were following through the Damp Woods with ease that they would capture him a any moment. Though known is the Quot bad boy of Baton Rouge Quot my convicted Only four years ago of a brutal murder of a rely give the famous1 jealousy. Lindsay was a prison trusty g glance and journey and assigned he Home of guard 1 Captain Neung Himel on the Pris one while on duty during the year Zionch Crk explained. Quot a u take a 1935. Few sprigs of mint and crush them in the Glass i careful to spiral j them to Hie Bottom of the Glass. I then you add the Honey be Ore to i plural that too. Finally you add about three times As much Rye whiskey of. There is in the Glass. Quot those reporter in new York said i it was Only equal parts of Honey and i Rye wily that would make a is by s drink. Do von supple if was because they can t take it in new York Zionch Crk a. At his office before to a m while most of his fellow congressmen were just taking their on grounds. Yesterday afternoon he fatally stabbed mrs Himel while she was Iii the Bathtub. Then Laid in wait for Himel killing him from ambush when he returned Home. Himel a. Shot once in the head and once in aft a Breakf t. Eon Titus Ronals the body according to Coroner e m be Vert a report. The crime was not discovered until 8 o clock last night. A few minutes the of klingon representative said hat the automobile trip from Nev York was Quot just Fine a a a a my wife did the he sex before Lindsley. Driving Rimers car planned. A maybe that a Why and explaining to guards that lie w a running an errand for the Cap n had left the prison grounds crossed the Mississippi and headed for the Hills. Though Lindsley Rob tied in Mel a body and took a revolver and Rifle from his Home no motive acceptable to authorities was found. It was not believed that Lindsley killed to escape since Angola is More of a Faro Tutu to fag to col to zone Heck had two encounters with police As he motored South on his honeymoon after spend Fig Rev Tum to Page to. Col. O action on pensions is delayed definite action As to the pension i ing of employees of the Baltimore be j Ohio Railroad in All probability will be awaiting Federal court decision m 3 Kopp divisional superintendent., stated this morning. The aet requires Fille retirement on i pension of employees above 65 years of age unless examination prove the physical fitness of the employee to continue rigid enforcement of the act would affect quite a number of Dubois men employed by the b j be o. Putting Many on the retired list advancing a like number to the positions vacated and bringing into Active service a of parable number now on furlough or on the extra duty list an Early decision As to the con j Sti Dutlof laity of tile Arf. Is expected from the Federal court of the Dis j strict of Columbia Railroad off j Cia prefer to wait definite decision 1 As. To the constitutionality of the Art before bringing a he retirement pro Gram into effect., since a decision in Many schools of area Are in midst of commencement i Yog rams. Graduation exercise a roaring for hundreds of High school senior in the area to be added to Many other receiving similar honors i earlier in Hie week. Graduation exercise Are to be held at Brookville High tonight where 95 member of the graduating class Are to Complete their achoo work. Or p h Caige of the Millersville state teacher College will deliver the commencement add. Reynoldsville High will hold its graduation exercise on Friday evening with 66 Ben Lorn to receive similar Honor. Or. Csage will also deliver the commencement address at Reynoldsville full Creek will hold it graduation exercise tonight with 21 student receiving their diplomas. The commencement exercise will be held in tile auditorium of the school with the principal address of tile evening being delivered by h a Moore esq., of this City. Tile Complete program is As follows piano Solo Sarah Margaret Hunter education for a changing world. Mabel Caldwell what should a graduate represent. Richard Turk address. H. A Moore presentation of the class of 1936,f. P. Be Horn Aker awarding of the diploma. Or Borland fall Creek held its baccalaureate Sermon last sunday evening in the Falls Creek pre b vier tan Church with the Sermon being delivered by Rev Llewelyn the class night exercises were held on tuesday Falls Creek High students who will receive their diploma Are a follows. A Arthur Baxter. Joseph n Boyer a Laura Mabel Caldwell a Kenneth m Chitte Ster Anthony deft a Nils j David Jowell Hopkins a Norma i Iadonato Catherine Isabelle Johns i a Doris Al i enc Jones Barbara Ann a Mctigue Evelyn Jean Miller i a mrytle Gene Moore Verda Marie pollute a Alma Ida Reitz Clifton Dale i Axle a Roy Keith Behn finer Mary Jane Smith a Martha Jane i Swan fond a John Richard Turk Bernice Helen Welsh Lucille or i a Wellch Jimmy a5�� anti he i Vonne Yount. Honor group the exercises at Sandy High will Dubois Man and wife suffer loss when car is rifled. Pittsburgh police were endeavouring today to find some Trace of the thief who opened the cat of or and or. Emanuel Dym of this City a it was parked on a Street in the downtown Pittsburgh Section Lata yesterday afternoon and stole a suitcase containing clothing and jewelry valued at. Approximately one thousand dollars. Included in the Jose were a Diamond wedding ring valued at $100, another ring Worth $600 and a Diamond studded wrist watch Worth 135, nil owned by mrs. Dym in addition to considerable wearing apparel. Or and mrs. Dym had motored in Pittsburgh yesterday a Fedora by of for the purpose of attending a party in life it a fast evening. They parked their car him l. On a downtown Street and entered Bellona to of Alai n Une where thy expected to rail a Banu slain n Only few leaving Wistful her ear unlocked. When they returned they found the suitcase Eon to i it ii air ii i Tel Nink 1hp jewelry and clothing woman is hold Vav it a i or. Dym reported the lose to police and gave them a description of a Man seen to have been loitering in the Vicinity. He a shown a number of photographs by police and a Abl to pick out one resembling the men seen near i car. The Man is report to have a police record and authorities Are seeking to locate him for questioning. Or. Dym unfortunately had no insurance on either the jewelry of clothing after reporting their loss to the police or and mrs. Dym returned Home later in the evening. Pair found guilty in attack Case Pittsburgh May 28.�? up a James Summers homesteads a crooning cop a and Andrew Hronski both 39, were convicted today on Orion charge brought by a 30-year-ol< blonde Divorcee. Their attorneys immediately filed a motion for a new trial. The jury of eight men and four women which began its deliberation at .3 40 p. M. Yesterday and reached a verdict at 10 40 a. M. Today recommended the mercy of the court. Judge Frank p. Patterson thanked the jury men for the Quot sacrifice of out bail Iii Airport inn murder a Case. Warren a May 28�? mrs Mary Seminuk was revealed As having financed the murder of her husband. Metro Seminuk at the Airport inn last March 27 in testimony at the hearing Indore Justice of the peace Evans at which Lime she was held without Ball for Hie june term of court. Only one witness private John mahal lick of tiie state police Barracks at Kane testified during tile hearing but his testimony was suf Focient to cause mrs Seminuk to be held for the crime together with John Poler and Joe Senauskas alias Joe Sennett. Private Mehallick a a testimony consisted mainly of recounting conversations which lie. Cor Kral Schmidt and Deputy sheriff William Stuart had with the widow of tire murdered Man. He told that on april to mrs. Seminuk had Bren requested to go to tire court House where she was to be questioned concerning the Crim. According to Mchallick s testimony. Mrs Seminuk told the officers that slip and metro so Monk had been married 12 years and that during about the last eight years they liar had dome tic difficulties Mehal up in the interest of Good Chi Lack said mrs. Sett to told him that gunship and excused them from further service. Turn to Page to cot. 5 players club to meet tonight the players club will hold its last meeting of the season this evening at 8 o clock Sharp in the auditorium of the Centra school after the business meeting a one act play a the pot boiler Quot will be presented by members of the club. At til la meeting interested people will have their rust Chance for the current year to enrol in the club tile membership is limited. Dance at country club Tine opening Dame on the country club s him ia1 program will take place Friday evening of this week comely Ann Lenhart of Mck it sport accused Hronski an unemployed clothing Salesman of attacking her in the rear seat of i Sedan Early last april 7. Bile declared that Summers wha sacrificed a Job on the police fore for a vocal career on tile radio then beat her with his fists in an Attema pc to Force her into submission Central a holds first report drive turn to Page to co 6 orchestra will provide the music. The dance is for club members and their guests and a Large attendance is expected to be present for this opening event. Fight revolves around Indiana teachers College Indiana May 28�?with the Board of trustee of Indiana state teachers College to meet this afternoon to consider the removal of president validating the act. Would necessitate Charles r Foster and bursar will undoing All that had been done Tam schuster developments today retirements advancement and were threefold restoration of ervice arranged i i William f Smith who with for june 2. The Date fixed for the R Tomb canned the Call to be effectiveness of the aet. Would of ent out for the special meeting to necessity have to be recalled if the i consider ?-a1 of the two execute were in abated and the great Ulvah endeavoured it postpone the i liquor stores to Bete Hartsburg a May 28 up quor stores will be closed saturday in Observance of memorial Day. All stores will remain open until 9pm amount of Wick that might be Needle sly involved has brought the railroads to their decision of awaiting court action or and mrs. Harold Redinger of North third Street Are receiving congratulations on the birth of a Fine baby girl. Who arrived at the Maple Avenue Hospital wednesday evening. Mav 27th. Both Mother and 1 est i f Day. The liquor control infant daughter a getting along or Elal Resolution opposing any at Board announced today. A Joely. J tempt to disrupt the executive or fac. Meeting charged Twat political pressure probably would defeat the proposal and offered to debate the College head on the issues 2 president Thomas Sutton of the Board of trustees said he had re revived a notice of postponement from trustee Smith but had issued a Call on his own authority for the meeting to be held anyway. 3 the Pomona Grange adopted a ult personnel without just cause standing for the retention of the College a fairs in capable hands regardless of the political affiliations of the Perron neb William of Smith of Punxsutawney trustee of the College charged in a statement Quot political pressure probably would defeat a proposal to remove or. Foster from the presidency. Smith a the same time said he would be willing to meet Foster in a Public debate a on the questions involved. He and not lick trustee R. Tomb of Indiana had called a meeting for tomorrow to consider the dismissal of or Foster. The move also proposes the dismissal of William Shuster bursar of the College. Quot when the Board meets said Smith Quot or. Faster probably will be turn to Page to col ii i the first report for the Central y. M. A. Drive was held last evening and indicate that campaigner have put in some hard work during the opening Days. A total of $1,-360.50 was reported at last evening s meeting which was held at St. Pauls lutheran Church giving Ria to the belief that the workers a going to be near their goal of $6,000 j when tile final report Are due Pri a Day night. Several team leaders j were unable to get their reports in i for last night s meeting but they will be listed in time to help swell fridays total. Tile report showed that 234 pledges had been received which averages about $3.84 per pledge the figures compare favourably with those of the first report meeting of Las year when there were 229 pledge for $1,125, averaging Only $4.91 per pledge. Division c., of which or. Bernard e. Smyer is Captain led in both number of pledges and tot amounts with 108 and $576.50, respectively however the second team of i a Ion a., team headed by Kart Brewer carried off All team Honor with 49 pledges for a total of $240. Tile directors of the Campaign checked Over the work and revised their tactics for the next two Day of the drive urged All workers to diligently pursue their duties of seeking tile prospects on their list in Hopes of being Able to Complete tire drive on Friday night when Antrum to Page to. Of. Ii

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