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Washington Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Washington, IndianaHerald de fied ads set result a try them and be a convinced dail1 a Whitloh. Gazette and Herald. A Washington. Indiana monday december 12, 1932. V0lumk x30x. Number 179. 1 j i i t a famous hippodrome passes 1 on Hope to share in Wood Fortune asks ninety ask pm. In Ordlee to i is i a 4-4 Obj Asforia total press Indianapolis her. 12.�? shortly after it petition asking a 90-Day a Ole f for ii. A. Stephenson Sheen left today at the office i of governor Harry g. Leslie tie governor announced to la at lie would give it no sons Deratto and would not refer it to Tkebi slate prison trustee. In h itar Priit the governor mid to petition apparently had been drafted for a opt in lies tar l 4 by news Nduna Pomet dec. 12. A indefatigable in i , drive to get out of the st Otto a prison at Michigan City ind. D. It a Stephenson imprisoned former or Ned dragon of the Indiana Kuk a tan made another spectacular bid Kofr Freedom Here to i j through his it Orney b. Jenk lies of Gary. Stephenson petitioned governor ii Arr Leslie for a 90-Day temporary Stephenson is serving a life sent co for the Madge Oberholtzer Mui of a. In Hhd typewritten Klijn Stephenson explained he wanted the the hippodrome one of the moist Fia Millar landmark in new York has gone under the auctioneers my i Mer years Jugo the famous theater was the scene of the most lavish stage productions in the United Jatos and visitors to now York never missed at least on performance Here. The property listed at millions but to a Bonk a which held a mortgage $100,000, plus liens. A if parole to help i person to marshal the evidence in just Epport of two separate petitions for of Volt of error Coram no his and of Lap it Eal from his Nobles due ind conviction in 1925. Which Are Pend no before the Indiana supreme court. J Stephenson a Itta Pruver made it plan he Hoiu cd that governor Leslie woul he moved by c$i4ihslon during the closing Days of i term to Grant the parole petition. % \ i if governor italic again rejects Tbs plea. Stephenson a tit Ion will then be left on the Hgt a top of Indiana a incoming Demott Etc governor pan v. Mcnutt who is a View d0fll�?o pledges to Petitioner Quot Hoja d might include him. A fit it was the of to time since the Penitentiary games it a Joned tie bind him on nov. 21, 192v Fht Stephenson has petitioned the governor of indians for a 90-Day to in Pidiry Par of. Today a move he sex dragon follow his defeat is Federal court at South Bend Whelo dec. 5 it. S. Judge Thomas w. Shch Fista nod attorney general James a Flag Den a demurrer to Stephenson a of Fqy la Rel court Hareas Corpus action Atn form used the Case on the ground the court lacked Juris diction. It was Iti second time that Stephenson waslo4tcn in a Federal court drive a fort a Erslon the other being september 927. While judge log made no actual ruling on the Hgt As Corpus plea it self he made to statement in his order Ogden demurrer of which 8tenli�jop�?Ts attorneys Are making much. A a dire Slick said in part a it is the it of the supreme court of the Sta a of Indiana to hear and decide thes Ujj petitions for writs of error Coram Lopis without in reas Hahle Delar a awing in mind the seriousness of Tig charges the rights of the defendant a a and the condition i i i governor Leslie be the first hint been a agitating on of its own Dock in Bis Pettio today step Hosso that he might h suicide it times. To a charging that a a was being held under special restrictions at. The state prison by Ward i j Walter Daly Stephenson dramatically stated. A under these tragic con fictions Only Faith in the most he la god and belief that Justice will finally. Prevail prevents one from resort to self destruction. Enjoy coasting a desp despite the crowds of Young people sunday and of sunday evening enjoyed the coat Altig afforded by the recent Snow and tee on the South East second Street Hijji. Starting at the of of the Hill they abot Down the $01 at express train Speed across st to Road 50, darned Avenue and on of far As the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Some even claimed to hav to rave led is far As sooth Street i i \ the state hug Fwy was to a Dan a spot. It is Only it Little More than a Block from the foot of the Hill and Many of the six a i particularly the heavy Bob sleds wittau travelling at a fast clip when they a reached the Highway if the red i it was against them they went on through. It was Cha larger and Hgt a vier sled that travelled the farthest Many of the Amau ales not a ipg any farther than the South Side a Ooi building. 4mm signs document pledging co operation in seeking reductions. By in Dpnald Creti it be credit Damte. Tie United Stai chive it a s Geneva dec. 12�?the a United states in a document which the chief of her arms delegation Norman h. Davis signed sunday declared her resolve to cooperate in the Ujj Karpat ment conference with a View to Xeia it ing red Nelona. The United states and four other nations the statement renday Hope a without delay to work out a convention which a Hall effect Ai substantial red tuition Ned a limitation Ofjlarlna-1 Menta with the prevision for Futura re vision with a View to further reduction.4 with America in Tiu determination Are great Britain France Germany and Italy. M it. J although this is not entirely what or. Davis said he hoped for he head of the american delegation said he considered that other Peoples now Felt there was a Morni commitment to re it sume the tak of disarmament after the Christmas Holiday a in real earn Davis Ideal was a Convent Loi Sapir tal izing disarmament gains already made and definite disarmament plans ready to Lee presented to the world tie fore Christmas. A. I a 1 the american said however he was satisfied sundays pronouncement for cooperation was a move Tow Ned substantial and immediate reduction and limitation. The biggest step in the agreement so far or. Davis pointed out is that Germany has signified her willingness to resume her place in the conference. With Germany s return to the disarmament conference and the understanding on Equality and Security the conference now has a fighting Chance to succeed principal signers of sundays declaration agreed. While they admitted that merely action follows British decision i to a pay Stimson forwards reply rated press in mee1ms conference concerns itself \ with continuation of ten Pek cent Cut. By the associated pros Chicago dec 12�?executives of the nations railroads proposed to the brotherhood of employees today that the ties per rent reduction in pay be extended indefinitely past next january 1, when the agreement of last year is due to v or pure. The suggestion came from a it. Phle Hoff spokesman for the managements at the Start of their joint conference with head a of Twenty one shop crafts. It caused a recess less than one hour after it the conference Lead convened. Ichor a representatives at once began consideration of the proposal. Chicago Doc. 12�?a common answer to hut one vital question will be sought when railway labor executive and managers of the Carrier meet today in their second joint wage conference in history. That question is How much longer shall the id per cent deduction from Railroad employees pay checks be extended i j a f. Whitney chairman of the railway labor executives association and w. F. Thiehoff chairman of the conference committee of the May a sunday a mph Asiz a the narrow and sharply i fined a Ope of their respective groups in the coming Parley a the conference will concern itself entirely with possible continuation of the 10 per cent deduction Quot said Thiehoff. The labor executives association composed of chief executives or representatives of the 21 Standard railway unions met briefly sunday for final a world a to be search for the Liolis to her $1,<xx ,000 Fortune began in the last lonely Days of her life by m is. Ida Wood 04 year old Recluse who died in a now York hotel last March has ended dramatically in the Home of a plumber at North Sale mass. Mrs. Wood is now believed to have been fax react aunt of mrs. A therone Sheehan inset. Her husband Mauro a is shown in by shop above. Mrs. Wood kept most of her Fortune hidden. Elj f4 a leaders rap in head act Jim n of am Ricau a test not explaining that the president and i marshalling of arguments at the con 4v# pot authority to Ipokt-1 cons Jon of which Whitney ass Ned a Pone the it Lel t instalment due tour statement saying a we Are of entering Day today to occupied Tine attend loan of into any negotiations copier Nung any the British find French governments redaction in wage rates or concern to of lots i i has not yet reached the ing any additional deduction from pay Par act to of Ether country but it Che. A my set comic 64forthe Del Tislim i Oufa of i he said the group bad been an Thor the French Chantl Xor of Ltd to negotiate Only a Jim the pro dept Les. Of it Row or itch next Day. I it a so i made by nil any Mamie cars last i a lips f oct it Kly in a 14. There a a report in la it Sidon that that proposal was England will pay the $95.550,000 due a that the present agreement pro do camber Lff with a Rcw ovation that Volding for a 10 per cent deduction from As a capital payment j Fly checks shall be extended from to assertion that the expiration Date of january 81, is not prepared to re or ucl1 period and in such Man cd. F j or As May be agreed upon in said retired Baltimore and Ohio say Beer sales would Cut Railroad employee was Natty of of state j source of taxable wealth a committees work a to or. Byrd had the Baltimore add inn tiny is an air Ini Paris Jere mar Iler Riott Laining i All Europe Dot it troubles on the Hoover More Tori maj of Lakil told the chamber of deputies to Day that his government y with reservation the instalment due the propose to .520,000,000 United no Meas tire could be More harmful a Whitney a statement said a than a new Irive to begin a new Cycle of wage cutting. Railroad labor will not submit to such a program of National washing in dear Cut son sunday to that lit deceit ment could about with within a pc n. D. Re a. 4 i widow strangles on Chicken Bone the principle of1 Equality and Security had been accepted and that the application thereof is Goth a matter for negotiation let is expected that another five Power meeting will he conducted probably in London the Middle of january. J the american delegates said that they believe this proposal is a Good Den and that Russia and Japan might join the conferees in january. A if the seven nations possessing two thirds of the worlds armaments cannot agree who can a one member of the delegation aked. Arrested Reeve Thomas Taylor a arrested sunday at the Home of in father in Reeve town step by sheriff Rankin and is being hold in jail waiting arraignment on a charge of failure to provide. Stew. T Champagne ale whiskies seized fort Wayne. Ind dec. 12�?an assortment of Holiday liquors haying a retail value estimated at $6,000 was seized by Federal prohibition agent and police Here. Frank Madison of this City and George Bouchard of River Rouge mich., were charged with Possession of liquor following the raid. In ram a and Clicquot Champagne assorted brands of scotch Bourlon and Rye whisky Bacardi rum Canadian Beer and ale French wines and Lindsay a the idea t Guage Secretary Stim i the Briti Teh government Leer 15 War debt install of be accepted hedged rations hours after sir Ronald British ambassador had handed the Secretary of state a note saying the Hajj ment would be but was not to be regarded As sumption of i annual a moment con plated by the existing agreement a the american reply went Back. It said a i. Must Cal your attention to the fact that the a Secretary of the Treasury has no authority to accept payment from your government except As pro a note in Gold the re con tem no d Tho Cynthiana ind., Doc. 12 mrs. Priscilla Knowles of Montgomery 97, widow of Robert Montgomery died at her Home Northwest of Cynthiana about 1 of clock sunday afternoon when she strangled on a Chicken Bong. She had been in her usual health when she started to eat dinner but a Small Bone from the Chicken Back she was eating lodged in her Throat and she died a few minutes later just As a physician arrived. Nineteen years ago mrs. Montgomery suffered a broken hip and has spent Emory Byrd a a a Baltimore and Ohio Railroad pens or died at 4 15 Lack saturday afternoon at Bis Home in the Cosby Rod wot of Washington following Titi Juinchi of a complication of it Lotf Ltd its. He1 was sixty seven years old for Many y a Man employed Ohio rail Roll Brake Man by a He was born tin Crawford county of Gober 6, 18g5lithe son of Joseph Byrd. He Marriki Nettie Vest july 22, 1888 and the let came the parents of six children j five of whom Are still living. They Are mrs. Charles Williams was Lington mrs. Roy Farleigh i�1. A mrs. Charles t. Day Yiwon Indiana polls Raymond Byrd ban Dieg i cal., and Nolan Byrd Washington i j.? funeral acre Lacfi will to held fat the Home in change of the Rev. J. E. Ilen Sharav with a burial Folio Wing in Oak Grove cemetery. Time for the serve be depends on the time of tie arrival of the non from or. Byrd wifi a member of tie first Christian cure la to pm matinee i by the associated press Washington d. C., Ike. 12. A prohibition engaged committees at both ends of the Cape Tol today while an admixture of subjects appropriations philippine Independence Ami departmental regrouping was rising to claim the attention of House and Senate. A group of prohibitionist headed by a Drajen women leaders took let before the House was and Means Coni Mitte Ltd their a Contention a change in the volstead act a kit permit let Eer would reduce the source of taxable wealth. The Senate a judiciary committee put re Juial re of Lutjens in the hand of a sub committee for study. In a humdrum session the Bouse took up the $961,000,000 Treasury Post office appropriation measure to see whether it would retain the cuts of $32.000,000 that have been made in budget allowances for those two departments. Debate began in the Senate on the philippine Independence measure one which would permit the islands to adopt a Constitution immediately. Senator King Democrat Utah put Forward a Resolution declaring disapproval of then whole regrouping program president Hoover has proposed for numerous Federal act Viti s. It b i it went Over for future study. Hen Breaks san Nims Blanket nation surprised Northern Cau forma gets lowest Mark sin sixty two years by the associated press Winter s Advance agent slapped the face of tie Middle West today with a Surprise Tern blast. There was no official forecast of the severe drop in temperatures. Going to bed beneath a Coverlet of Snow Laid sunday when temperatures ranged in the comfortable twenties the a Middle states awoke to a stinging cold. In the West where Winter has moved in for quite a visit sub Zero temperatures wore marked Down in of least fifteen states. By the associated press Snow billowed Over meat of the nation yest cur amp a in a preview of Trade Tamal Christmas weather a temperature moderated to give Relief from the Winter first general sub Zero attack. A surprised California however was out of step with the rest of the nation and san Francisco sow its coldest weather in 62 Yeai a a Reading of 27 degrees. Snow tumbled Over an astounded citizenry on the Northern California coast and the san Joaquin Vai Ley. I Nevada reported the lowest Reading �?24 below As Moat areas optimistically watched a climbing Mercury. The cocky Mountain Region still shivered in below Zero weather but the 76-hour cold wave the longest on record at Denver was breaking up. The South and Southeast had rain Mist and rain turning to Snow in some sections. Snow flurries however wer reported at Amarillo Texas where the temperature veered from five to seven degrees above the lowest Reading in nearly three years. North Texas had near freezing weather. The Middle West the East and the new England Section had Snow but obtained Relief from the cold wave As the thermometer showed moderate retd Ngy a traffic deaths in r. A cd yesterday is Slippery streets and Highway a on to accidents. Boil 10 off tons were re i sorted killed. New York shelter were overtaxed to care for the unemployed As Snow drove them off it the Street. A to Inq Blanket in the Metropolis gave the youngsters the first sledding weather of the year. The storm prevented president elect Franklin d. Roosevelt from attending Church ser Vietti at a tillage near i Hyde Park estate. Washington d. were obscured by Mist following a two inn snowfall and in Enn Fly anal r ecu pera text i from the heaviest snowfall of the year with More flurries apparently in the offing. / athe Southland generally had Light Rains and rising tempi erasures. F video under tube term of the funding Bertly a since in bed or a wheel chair but in spite of the Accident and her of the answer to �m-1 Affe 8he ha<1 yet Een in Good health Only ended a Whir of in about a year ago when she suf at the state department agreement the Han Jln Bas Eador i Lim sunday action and the White How be. Immediately after the British note it which London off Ila in Clef expected no evly a ply was Yec eyed by i Secretary Stimson at 2 07 p. Or he went to the White House to Confer witly resident Hoover from there die went to the state department a and met Secretary Mills drafting the Hute together and occasionally talking to the Elief executive on the they whipped out feed a Light stroke of paralysis. Mrs. Montgomery had spent All her life in the neighbourhood where she died and the last 57 years in the same House. Truck runs into House tot Dies 8an Juan Capistrano Calif dec. 12l a a a 22-Day-old baby burned America s answer and soon after night-1 to death sunday when a gasoline truck fall it was in a the hand of the British and trailer rolled Down a Hill into a farmhouse crashed into the bedroom ambassador. Stimson reserved to t states the nit of the i f ment of t ther Amati Irbon i Cunard i and Eek re included of liquors. Ted out that a there is Ogress of the United derision in Rcd Peet refunding or amond obligations under Cote aeration observing that to pay a a would be the the and the to Secretary tails and imported Gin we Ere included in the seized assortment of agents first a angst Madison and Lindsay the a British ambassador Bouchard with an automobile loaded was Jungt with Beer Aid whisky As they were Secreta leaving a House. A search of the j called i mod Home followed and the liquor was ment by Sec found stored on the second floor. They will be Given hearing before United. State commissioner William d. Rommel. A i Madison was raided just before the Christmas holidays four year ago and Honor valued at $15,009 was Seise i where the infant slept and set dwelling Afilija a i j of the baby was the son of Mil Stoffel who with five other children were at breakfast when their Home was rocked by the Impact. A spread by gasoline the fire quickly least prejudice to 4t method now open a i destroyed the Boose the British government saturday an W. Nickelson of Long Beach calif., bounced its $5.550,000 War debts in Driver for the Victoria Petroleum com st ailment would be handed to the Pany of san Diego told police unites states when due december 15. The truck left the Highway when he the not we made Jublle in Loudon swerved on Slippery pavement to avoid almost coincident with its submission striking a car which skidded in front Imson by sir Ronald of him. He leaped to safety before in i the vehicle struck the Hooee. Began the do an answer the text by because of it payment i resumption of of i used moratorium. La of the Treasury was Ely to the state depart by Simeon and they the task of preparing g. O. P. State to hold session dec. 26 Ivan c. Morgan Republican state chairman yesterday announced that Reful study woo Given there will be meeting of the re two Cabinet members publican state committee tuesday dec. 20. It will Start with a noon luncheon. It we be the first meeting a a since the november a Lection. Plan win be made for the it Smedt at future of the part fihe �14, reservations that the to be regarded As the annual payments on to one president hoovers a a fifi a. J 1 a _ canned goods to be accepted a of admittance j next Friday a it Kroon. The Indiana beater win hold Notar canned god Maxim e at four of clock next Friday afternoon for the Benefit of the Community Relief organization. Inst Vid of charging the Regula Cash admittance Price admittance fill be by one or More cans of canned goods. Aft can goods received will turned or to the Community commissary for Lustri Bugioli to the needy families old the Community. Manager Cut ton of the Indian theater held several such last Yea Rand accumulated a Large quantify of canned goods which was used to Good a do Wantage in helping needy families it is hoped that to response will even greater this that brings a can of food will be admitted but the food mobilization committee of the Community Relief organization has stated that they prefer food a a tin cans Sinh As Corn tomatoes if ans peas sauerkraut or pumpkin they would prefer not to have a fanned soup. The picture is being shown and the use of the building is being Given with. But charge by thu Indiana theater. There will be no Cash Jimmi Tinnie charges and or Erja in of food received will be turned Over to the com mussary.1. To j i Parante Are requested to let their children attend if possible a 1county hoj Attal notes. Miss Max in Mcconn of Loogootee route for underwent minor operation this morning. Local residents walk carefully washingtonians either remained indoors yesterday or set their feet Down carefully for no reports i of a a ice fracture were received from local physicians today. The ice glazed sidewalks and highways i made walking and motoring extremely hazardous and while no Mermis persons took precipitate Falls no cases of broken Bones or serious accidents were reported. Thei City had the coldest weather of the Winter this morning when the Mercury Sank to fourteen degrees above Zero. It Vernon girl is signed up in movies miss Ann Hovey former Al of it Vernon great granddaughter of a former governor of Indiana has been signed for a Long time contract with Warner Brothers in Hollywood and will appear in screen production for them according to word from the West coast her great Grandfather Alvin Peterson Lovey commanded the Indiana Volunteer in the civil War and bore the title of major general. Returning he was made minister to pern a member of Congress and later governor of his state. T called by death v new rates adopted by graduate nurses at a recent meeting the registered graduate nurses of Vincennes adopted a new schedule of Price effective daring the six months period starting dec. 10, a follows order cases $4 per Day. Contagious infectious mental alcoholism and obstetrical Case $5 per Day. Those new rate represent a considerable redaction in the diary made y Robert Gilley 36, an Oversea vet Iran of the world War and a former resident of Washington died at 3 30 log Elock sunday morning at his Home in st. Louis after several month Ilene from dia it Eier word of i death Fca in to Washington in a Telegram to a his co two a mrs. R. B. Fullerton of Southeast of second Street. The deceased Man wan born and reared in this City going to st. Louis fourteen or fifteen year ago when his parents moved to that City. Ilis father Charles Gilley is dead hut he is survived by his Myther. Rose Spain born a Gilley of st. Louis he widow two children and the following Brothers and Sisters Everett of Battle Creek. Mi-h., and Clarence. Carl. Mabel. Pauline la veme and Virginia at of st. Lonb. Sales of eights gain marking the anniversary of the introduction of the Graham eight which on december r last year gave motorists their first View of do skirted anti splash fenders sloping Radiator Grill and Toiv Majed design the Graham Paige motors corporation announced that in twelve months sales of this advanced style Model More than doubled the sales of Graham eights in the preceding year. The company says that the Graham is the Only eight that during be current year has shown a sales gain Over 193l r Indiana weather 1 unsettled. Snow probable in Southwest portion late tonight and in East and North portions tuesday. Somewhat colder in East portion tonight. Slowly rising temperature tuesday. I yesterday s temperature l by tatty 1 Lowit 231 prec pita

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