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Oil City Derrick (Newspaper) - September 23, 1930, Oil City, Pennsylvania The average circulation of Tho Oil City Derrick for August Ana 9269 daily. Nearly everybody read Tho Derrick. The Oil Oty Derrick. Associated press leased wire the Organ of Oil Central press association weather forecast we tern Pennsylvania generally fair tuesday and probably wed Leoday continued warm. Established in 1871. No. 21.637. 16 pages Oil City pa., tuesday morning september 23. 1930. 16 pages Price three cent two american airmen held in chilean revolution plot pilots claim they were on business hop unexpected events looked for despite reports that Al is Calm a Henry Phipps steel Leader Dies monday philanthropist was business associate of Andrew Carnegie indicted judge authorities declare move nipped in Bud arrest five for attempting to incite troops martial Law in Force bulletin by Tbs associate pro a Santiago de i Fille sept. re chilean minister of the Interior at the request of president a rim Ibanez late tonight informed the associated pres the names of the Las american aviator held by c Hilean authorities after a revolutionary attempt at the City of Concepcion were a Edward Orville de Grin Quot and a a retd Smith Doyle. Mth associated prs Santiago Chile. I ept 22 a two american airmen were being held in the City of tonight a a result of on attempt by five chileans to Start a revolution against the government of president Carlos i Canez. Prs Siss filet i americans Helsen and Ley formed j sport c Mun cation la ass interrupted a air Nepi. T Telephone of Munroa t no i Ere routed Knight to us in i in i Kite A Iago a id Valparaiso and the Elt to to a City of co rep a la Jtb re a in urgent move i sit against that title in govern a in it Cai attempted. All Railroad univ Sot the of Man lie go is suspended. Well into Ruid Eirron tonight a Vire re the belief Liat lines peeled event May happen across the imly to they Gate Little credit to official dispatches from Santiago stating diet everything a Calin after failure of revolt to Louary tit ump at Concepcion. My Abl. It Terr and three civilians who or we re arrested and charged la plotting a subversive move. It which the govern Ocer. T in Meed today had been put Down. Re full name of the two Amerl a held were not made to die i from a formal govern in unique describing the of the revolutionary to no details were Avail understood the americans hey were making a ram rip to Santiago and in Ere to Argentina by tray of n they mid they had to continue on to senti t the author tree had int s communique lean had landed in evening in an Airth two american tone to the Garry the chileans tried Haca Vuco regiment id by general bar top acted to ago today b held the the governor said the live cd Concepcion last to Lane piloted by and had then Ion in the City. To stir up the c but were arrest eel. Early this morning they were removed to the naval station at Tal Caruano where they were held incommunicado. Martial Law a applied immediately in the Vicinity but the City a officially reported a tranquil. Unfaithful husband admits killing wife by he associated pres new York sept. 22 Henry Phipps whose its from Sho Emik i it Eon to Iron master paralleled j the career of the late Andrew car i Negie his Friend and associate died today at his Home. Bonny Brink great neck. L. I in his Hist year. Since his retirement from Busine in 1901 he had devoted Hiro-1 self to philanthropic activities. He made extensive donations to health i and welfare activities in Pittsburgh j Philadelphia Baltimore and new j York. He a born in Philadelphia in i 1839, son of Henry and Hannan Franks Phippe. And i parents re a gently come from England where the Phipps family dated Back to i the 13th Century moved with Henry and his two brother to Allegheny i i City. Now a part of Pittsburgh six j years later i during his school Days Henry 1 formed lasting friendships with the Carnegie Brothers Andrew and Thomas m., and with Thomas n Miller ail of whom later were associated in the steel Industry. After working in a jewelry store and Selling newspapers St the age of 17 he inserted in a newspaper an advertisement announcing that a a willing lad wants work. It led to his Emp Dyment by the firm of Dill rth a b dwell dealers in Iron and spikes. He started As office . Five veer later he became a partner of to. Bid Well. Meanwhile he entered the Iron business by becoming a silent part j Mer in the manufacturing Arm of i Al Man so Phippi reorganization if the business or overt Thoms j. Carnegie in As a partner this by ethers into the Iron Busine and the first step in the accumulation of their vast Fortune sacs e Ter j Ward a new company the Ynion Iron Mill a organise i with an Drew Carnegie. Thereafter. Or. Phipps was a ease listed with the Carnegie interests throughout their steady Advance tot f leadership la tie steel Industry. When the assets of the Carnegie j steel Ca. Wets sold to til United state steel corp Nib he r tired to devote himself to philanthropy. On of us Early Benda lion wit the donation of Public Baths playgrounds Reading rooms and of Serva orleta the City of Pitts Burgh he founded in Millry Phipps inst tuts fur the treatment study and prevention of sub Etc Tioata later transferring it to the University of Pennsyl Vanl to be conducted As a department of the University in 1903 he established tuber. Chiosie clinic at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore to be Eon ducted by the late sir William i Oiler later he erected there at a Cost of , the Henry Phipps psychiatric c intr Ile contributed j iss.3<i annually for to years to tin work of the clinic end at the end i of that time gave 31.000.0 if toward j a 12.000.000 endowment for it continuation. He gave 11,000.000 tows re a fund for establishing sanitary tenement in the poorer District of new York other million of dollars went to j sanitarian and Public and private charities Many donations being made anonymously surviving Are Hie widow the former Anne Childe of Pittsburgh two daughter. Mrs fre Derlak guest and or Bradley Martin and three Eon. John s., Howard and Henry Carnegie Phipps declare War on speeders in Oil City Council determined to break up racing of cars on Central ave. Pacific holds Fate of 19 on lumber Steamer this is the latest photo of Farmer new York magistrate George f. Ewald who with his wife Bertha and Leo other persons has been indicted in charges that he bought i appointment to the Bench for set Date for county meet for teachers noted Steak or scheduled at annual Institute week of october 27 Anta a in for annual a teach of the if be he Sot it for the int under the Yupei county superintend id in the court room luring the week of or for this Institute Henderson director Ilion. University of w a Matheny head sent of civic biology Ohio University. Vav. F. A Vav Nill win Ane education mrs h ii Pope of Parent teacher i mum Genevieve i will conduct the an Bdl will be the e no evening enter the Sebere having a by 27 i at and determination of City Council to break up the practice of speeding in Oil City especially on Central ave., was voiced at Council meeting last night. A discussion of traffic matters and speeding took up a considerable portion of the meeting. The discussion was opened by councilman a l. 8mhh, superin Trident of Public safety who asked of traffic lights were not Placid at intersections to take the place of traffic officers. It is his opinion he stated that the officers should be located at intersections where there Are no lights in order to insure pedestrians and Motorist maximum Protection. Or Smith declared he was not in favor of using Plain clothes men or Gumshoe methods to trap traffic Law violator. Making Centra ave a through Street was a mistake or. Smith j said. And Only encouraged Speed ing through Protection and gave the pedestrians no Chance he advocated taking Down the Stop signs at interactions to make Motorist afraid to Speed up and Down the Avenue lie declared an officer should be stationed on the Avenue to apprehend Speed violators. Centra ave is still a Speed Way Quot councilman Arthur Martin declared a and some school child la sure to be kilted it i Aholt time we teach three speeder mayor t i Blair told of the traffic Check that had been mad by the eat recently and declared that their recommendation had nut been received hut la Aas unofficially understood that the Check revealed too Many traffic tights in i Oil City. Lie stated that he was j having four Large signs made of Wood and painted in yellow Ani j Black with the tetters no parking in this a Quot free of the sign Wilt he Placid on the West Side of of Seneca it. Be tween Sycamore St. End the of in crossing and one on the North skis of Center St Between aerie St and tit Oil Creek Bridge. The present signs. Mayor blab said Are not Large in Mph and have become Bent Down so thai no heed i paid them. Some motorists. The mayor said a have no regard for anybody but themselves it would take the entire Pollee Fores and in fact nearly the entire population of the town to enforce the Laws it i time to make an example of sum of thee republicans nominate on dry platform evils of old time Saloon Are rapped at Maryland state convention governor Ritchie s record is assailed Broening mayor of Baltimore. To carry Flag in gubernatorial race lives of 19 member of the Crew of the South coast lumber Steamer shown Here Are believed lost by officials of the lumber company at san Francisco. Reports have been received that the submerged Hull of the boat had been sighted off the Southern coast of Oregon. The Steamer was in route from Crescent City to Coos a y. Ore _ Woodcock spurs on Hunt for thug who murdered dry agent finiello hoovers son 0, dec Are a or i i Pine line is i a be captured at All i a a is victim of costs acquired for i tuberculosis two gangsters sought $72,500,000 found in Early stages physicians predict Quick recovery sees Silver lining in dark Clouds of business depression Diamond arrested by Philadelphia police by the Assoc a free Washington sept 22 the illness of Herbert Hoover jr., elder son of pre Emont and or. Hoover today j a diagnosed As a a very Early i tubercular infection of a Small area in the Captain Joel t. Boone White House physician in making the announcement said since the lesion bad been discovered Early that a the wander John Putrone is viewed optimistically j charge of Tbs new and that a full and Complete re Rosery i believed Likely the president s Eon is to remain i United at la presidential Lodge in the Var j Kinta Mountain at an Altitude of about 2.fttkl feet until cold weather. A ii Captain bo., said he will i a brought Back to Washington for i hiking Sun brewery where finiello Anni tier examination after which a killed a held in 125,000 bail the future course of i treatment on charge of illegal possess Ion and will be determined. Manufacture of Beer and maintain month of constant work was j ing a common nuisance Comman Aid by the White House physician j Der Pennington said after ques to have left the 28 year old son of boning Liebert. That he had been sex or Hoover in a generally rundown both associate pre Philadelphia. Sept. 22 a Amo w w. Woodcock Federal prohibition i administrator visited Philadelphia today on his inspection of various enforcement districts and while \ Here acquainted himself with the Progress of the investigation of the j killing of John o. Finiello Philadelphia dry agent slain in Elisabeth n. J., last Friday. The administrator declared that j the men involved in the killing of finiello would be brought to Justice at any Cost. After a conference we h com j d Pennington in j Jersey data a Ware and Pennsylvania enforcement District is Adcock visited the states District attorney s office. While the administrator was in Standard of Indiana gets full title to Sinclair companies by the associated prs. Jersey City n. J., sept. 22 a Edward g. Seubert president of the Standard Oil co. Of Indiana today handed a Check for 372,500,000 to a w. Sinclair president of the Sinclair consolidated Oil corp completing the Purchase by Standard of Indiana of the Sinclair company s one half interest in the san by the associated pre Baltimore sept. 22.�?with the Maryland democratic party on record in favor of placing the problem of prohibition in the hands of the states and permitting the manufacture of Beer and Light wine in the meantime the Republican state convention today nominated its candidates on a platform containing a prohibition Plank. Mayor William of Broening Baltimore. Unopposed in the primaries september 8, was formally nominated for governor to oppose gov. Albert c. Ritchie renominated last thursday by the democrats for a fourth term. A a one Man government and Ritchie s record was assailed by the republicans both in the platform and in addresses at the convention. A the evils of the old time Saloon Are now generally admitted and the Republican party is unalterably opposed to its return a said the platform on prohibition. A Public preaching and condoning i of violations of the National liquor Laws have been resorted to a a screen for the various Short com ing of the present administration and the purpose now la through this Means to divert Public after Tion from the fourth term. Which is the the City John i Liebert. Phia. Alleged brewmaster Clair Pip line co and the Sinclair chief Issue of the Campaign. Crud Oil purchasing co. A we recognize that there is a with this transaction. Standard divergence of opinion among hones of Indiana acquired full title to the an j patriotic citizens As the wis Philadel companies As it already owned com of the eighteenth amendment. At. The the other half interest in each com an j we concede to any individual it it the the i f of sept. 22 a Aliver Bud of business Debar hovered Over i a in recent months today by Secretary rely the pm merger defense to Complete Case soon Mere Secretary said in a state. Merit a that business on the whole has ceased a marked decline which was characteristic of a number of a number of earlier months and there Are some distinctly encouraging features a Jun ont added that the most encouraging signs were the growth of Export Trade a revealed by August statistics and the distinct increase in retail Trade in this statement is reiterated by Legge by the Assoria press Chicago sept. 22 the Story of How Michael Jakubzak had lived on wage earned by hts wife As a charwoman and at the Sam Tim had courted another woman was unfolded tonight when Pollee Eald they Oba cd Hie confession that i had slain his wolfs. Jakubzak admitted in the pre one of his four children that he Rad slashed his wife to death last wednesday As Ehe a returning by the a Storla so press i Youngstown. Ohio sept 22.�? barring any unforeseen development attorneys defending the merger of Young toe a Sheet and tube j company with the Bethlehem by eel i corporation probably will rest their i Case tomorrow or next Day. The end of the Long injunction suit hearing again seemed definitely in eight with the dismissal o three important witnesses today thay were Cyrus 8 Eaton. Cleveland financier whose interests ars seeking to enjoin the merger w. B Campbell partner in Price waterholes and company the merger auditor and Van Mcdonald Sheet and tube comptroller. When the testimony is in tiers will be a three Warks adjournment before argument fir to asserts t Rill Washington dept. 22 the charge i at Secretary Hyde that Short Selling of wheat in the Chicago pit by i the russian government contributed at least in part to the recent i decline in prices was reiterated today by chairman Legge of the i farm Board. At the same time he to associate pres Philadelphia. Sept 22 a Jack Tolj it Diamond notorious new York gangster recently deported from Germany As an undesirable Allen arrived Here today aboard the freighter Hannover. Detectives met and took him to a police station they said he was picked up on suspicion and would be Finger printed photographed and questioned. It a planned to give him a hearing tomorrow on the charge of being a suspicious Chai a Acier. New York police have expressed a desire to question Diamond on the disappearance of tar y Western a Catkin innkeeper whose blood stained automobile was found in Possession of diamonds henchmen in new York the Day the racketeer sailed for Europe Diamond has denied any knowl i Edge of Western s disappearance approve new High Canadian tariffs erudition last week end he a taken to the Rapidan River Lodge where he Nae remained in bed j Ainee and it was announced then that he was suffering from an in to atonal disorder and an inflamed j Aiger rive system at that time said today a suspicious evidence a elicited of a tubercular infection announcement was with he d until a definite diagnosis could i be made. A a subsequent clinical and Labora i Lory investigations Captain Boon said Quot have confirmed earlier Auasi Eion to that it can be definitely stated that the diagnosis is Stab a 1 the physician added that he has responded to treatment and during the week had gained strength and weight a the modern Conception of tuberculosis when diagnosed and treated properly is not viewed with alarm a a Captain Boone Bald. A it la believed that in a Case of this sort a Complete cur results when such a a purse la the patient was visited Over the week end by i Parent and his brother Allan and today mrs. Herbert Hoover jr., arrived Frog their Home in Pasadena California. She went directly to the Camp. In and j coition miss Janet Lodge a Niece of mrs. Hoover from Palo Alto and miss Mildred Hall Secretary to mrs. Hoover Are at to e Lodge the three children of the stricken son remained in California the illness of the elder Eon marked the third time the Rapidan River Lodge bae been used a a Coni Vale Cenc resort. Just a year ago Aion of Canadas 17th parliament. Alan was treated there for several both at Ori apr Nottawa. Sept 22 the House of commons today approved the new a. Advised a a Cedulie which provide Farmers to Purchase wheat now at j of ,ei1 in More than 130 a Low Price and use it As a live a of Velmor general Wllling Stock feed. N the adjourned the first aes a then there would a an end to i All this excitement a i egg assert a la a which is a months for a stomach ailment re a there would be no wheat for j to provide Job for 25,000 a is Xieu a canadians two other pieces of major legislation were passed at the session a Bill to appropriate $20,000,000 to give pork and Relief to the unemployed and a measure designed to prohibit dumping of both natural and manufactured products in Canada. I operated of any connection with or knowledge of the Kitling of Fin i Hilo. Further action in the investigation of the killing led Federal authorities on a search far Michael j Mickey Duffy whom they de scribed a a. Philadelphia gangster and Max Hansel of Reading. A. These nun they said were want i de for questioning commander Pennington today sent a letter to All agent in i i territory which said in part a the deliberate and wilful murder of agent John fun Lyllo is a Challenge i not alone to the Federal prohibition service but to our government. A the merits or demerits of prohibition cease to be a Factor in the present situation. It is now a que. Hon As to whether or not armed thugs and Tho who hire them Are to dominate our government and its lawful agencies. As to the ultimate result there can be no question and for our part we accept the Challenge. A let every Federal officer subject to order Ever Bear in mind that the Law abiding citizen of the country demand that we do our full duty. We must not fall them. In your work you Are confronted by Many temptations. With each deliberate attempt to wreck and interfere with our plans let every Man More strongly determine that agent finiello shall not have died in vain his memory will serve to keep us True to our oath of Woodcock and commander Pennington planned to leave for Pittsburgh tonight on wednesday Woodcock will Pany or. Seubert announced that the names of the two companies would be changed at once to St Anoland pipe in co and St Anoland crude Oil purchasing co. Standard of Indiana will Transfer to its own pipe line much of the traffic which has been going Over other systems the delivery capacity of the main trunk of the St Anoland lines at the refinery at Whiting ind., is nearly sufficient to provide for the needs of that Plant the Branch line from Casper. Wyo. Is to be held in Reserve pending developments regarding crude Oil production Supply. The crude ii purchasing co. Will buy and store Oil for the Standard of Indiana. In addition to the 36 000,000 barrels of crude Oil this company has in storage it owns additional storage facilities with a capacity of 8,000,000 barrels available for use or group of individuals the right to advocate its retention or repeal by Al lawful Means. A Mai to the obligation of Public officials under their oath of office to support and enforce All Laws As they May exist there can be no question. Unless a Public official in himself an example respect for Law and order must a we believe with Washington and Lincoln that the Federal const tuition is a sacred obligation. The Republican party declares its adherence to this great principle and pledges its candidates to a sincere Anc i Observance of the same a was the conclusion. A we Are proud of the record of president Hoover in the National and International Fields of statesmanship Quot said the platform in another Section. The department of agriculture joined in advising the Purchase of feedstuffs at this time. 1,000 Miles paved in state this year Confer in Trenton Early this Yosr. Mrs. Hoover spent i with Alexander Macphee Deputy More than a month there recover administrator for new Jersey. At lug from a wrenched track he auf t that conference he said he a feed in a fall at the Whit House i peered to decide whether the new i Jersey forces would be augment is found guilty of for per Rel re Quot or mailing Poison Candy hotel news paper think Metal lung has saved a life gun fight staged near Kentucky mine by the associated pres Chicago sept 22 after 12 Days in a mechanical Respirator. Miss Frances Mcgann student nurse at 8t, Luke Hospital tonight showed continued signs of improvement Hospital attaches predicted that she would overcome the attack of infantile paralysis which rendered her lung Muscles useless. During the Day she was removed do times from the Respirator for periods of a few minutes each and a Able to continue the breathing which heretofore the machine has made possible. She expressed an ambition to become Well enough to help perfect the machine which has kept her alive by forced breath a and suggested several changes in its mechanism for the Comfort of patients. Both a Oria apr a a Hopkinsville ky., sept employee and guards of the Empire i Coal mine no. 6. Engaged in a gun fight today with several men who fired from ambush but no one was injured. The arrival of sheriff Brown and three deputies ended the fighting. Bert Baker. 40. Former employee of the mine was arrested after two men told sheriff Brown they Lee on lord him As one of the attackers about too Rifle shots were fired in the clash today. The Empire mine no 6, is Miles from Here ordinarily employ 7b men but since an electric tramp be former was dynamited last week Only about 25 had been at work sheriff Brown said Baker was under suspicion in connection with the dynamite no Western Kentucky Coal mines have had a series of disorders recently dui to Laboi trouble. To dedicate statue to memory of Penrose to divorce Cortez pm her nightly scrubbing of. My. Oors in a downtown skyscraper Alma Rubens plans in said he did so because his i laughters t j him his wolfs was i Trua to him. By thas Cut tat of is new York sept. 22.-Julius directors resign Kendler attorney for Almaru Ben mid today the former film Star la planning to sue Ricardo by the associated press. Chicago. Sept. 22 resignation of two directors was announced today by the Farmer National Grain corporation government sponsored scope Ratov marketing body. The two Are f. H. Sloan of Aberdeen 8 a and Lawrence Furlow it Bloomington. Ill the latter is Juk Kwawu a Stet Star Cortes for divorce. So wants Alimony counsel fees and 150,000 Kendler Caid the lawyer mid that divorce Piper were sent to los Angeles today Aud that the suit would a tried there later this fall. Corita is her third he ban Ltd by the assail pro a Harrisburg a sept. 22.�?highway construction in Pennsyl Vanl for the season has passed the 1,000-mile mar k with 4ft Miles of new pavement Laid during the last week the total construction for the year mounted to i Ooi exceeding by 170 mile the previous record of k3i Miles built during the entire season of 1925 there Are two months remaining of the construction season during which it is planned to build too More Mil to reach the 1,300 mile program of the stats Highway de tin eat. Stillman and wife to continue studies try til asset s ill new Yolk sept 22.james a Bud Quot Stillman who chose a Brid from the Backwoods of Quebec now Plana to take her to achoo with him. The son of the wealthy James a. Stillman of new York said today that his wife the former Lena Wilson of grand ans. Que., would attend sonic of his classes this fall at Marvel medical school huh Man is in i third veal at Cam Bridge both associate or a Erie a sept. 22 a mrs Glen j Prussia of Edinboro on trial in Federal court charged with sending j poisoned Candy through the malls i a convicted on one count today. Mrs Prussia was found not guilty of using the malls to Send the i Candy but was found guilty of causing the Candy to be sent to i mrs Kenneth Billings proprietor i of a Beauty parlor. I the government contend a that or. Prussia was Jeu Quot a of attention paid mrs. Billings it bus Driver. The Case was followed closely by residents of Edinboro Many from there being in court each Day. By the associated press. Harrisburg. Pa., sept. 22 a nine years after Boles Penrose gave up in death his sat in the United Fri the of if t Tupi states Senate and his place Asun it Uijun in 1/ll u a or fit disputed Leader of the Republican j party of Pennsylvania hts native state we l do him homage tomorrow in the dedication of a Large Bronze likeness governor Fisher who a a member of the state Senate helped elect Penrose to his second term in the Senate before the Days of the direct primary will accept the statue for i the Commonwealth. Senator Joseph h. Grundy who acceded to the j Dace in Congress held by be or chm after serving under his political by the Assort press Philadelphia sept 22 col Thomas c i est 82, editor and publisher of the Quot hotel and club news and for Many years Active in hotel circles died Here today. He was Secretary of the Pennsylvania state hotel association and had been Secretary and treasurer of the Philadelphia hotel a Ace tation since 1908. He lost an Arm while lighting in the civil War St Lim Battle of j Tutelage will preside and on every Shiloh i Side will be figure i eminent in i Grandfather Seabury for a i present Day political life is Well As enc was governor of Ohi i the Days of Penrose 250 free prizes to be Given away thursday it will you to come to the fall opening and window shopping event of the retail merchants Bureau of the i to a Miler of to Nimerov on thurs do september 8ft, Lle Hluck seeing the very isl eat in merchandise of All kinds there will be merchandise prize aggregating Given away absolutely free at least 830 people Raj get prise to this is Opportunity wide open for Many head Ala iut the fall opening and window shopping night in the Derrick and be pres ent at the party thursam night i

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