The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 20, 1930 · Page 1
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, January 20, 1930
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JLaast £.« dition Dalf rice Connellsyille's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Besst Adv 31-tising Medium in the Yough Region. VOL. 28, NO, 59. , M CONNBLLSVTLLE, PA, M N D A Y EVENING, JANUARY 20, 3930. TEN PAGES. , FRICK COKE, PITTSBURG COAL BACK SLACKWATERINd YOUGH THROUGH TO CONNELLSVILL Where Desperadoes Gave Up ®~ Would Tap 50,000,000 Tons of Its Product, Secretary G a t e s of Coke Company Telia Colonel Bain, While Pittsburg Company Would Havo 80,000,000 Tons Available. 300 ATTEND HEARING By J A M B 3 M. ltWSCObL, SUiff Correspondent of Tho Courier PITTSBURG, Jan. JO.--Slaelcwater- Ing tho Youghtoglicny River through to Connellsvlllo would make available for water transportation 50,000 ono tons of coal of tho I f . C. Friuk Coke Company in t h a t region, Secretary P. I I . Uatea of thfe coke company testified at the hearing on tho proposed Improvement of tlio stream today before Lieutenant OcKmel Jarvls H. (Jain, United States Army engineer. tho strefsin navigable \vouii! provide for shipment of 80,000,000 to J 00,000,000 tons from mines of the PHtiburK Coal Company, II. E. Booth, vice president of that company aald In urging the Improvement. Canalization lo West Newton would bo o' Httlo value- to the Fr k comp a n y , Mr. Gates' indicated. The testimony of those industrial leaders was but a part of what was offered in behalf or tho project at a ·-tattiortnt; of more t h a n SOO boosters I'rom various sections. o! Western Pennsylvania. After the Connellsville delegation arrived, approximately 75 In number U -was necessary to transfer the lioar- I n p to Courtroom No. 1, tho largest available In tho building. ' \\'o will study this matter as care- f u l l y aH we arc ubt-a and oomo to an honest decision In our minds at any rale," wild Colonel Jarvis J. Bain, when he iidjournert the hearing at 12: HO o'clock. IYH- two hours and a half, oral testimony was g i v e n by ippre^entatwo* of r o mnmiHWfl and Industries vitally Int o i c s t e l in tho projecit. Facts aud i t g u r e a to solxstGhtlato tho claim that loi ks oriel dams wo aid result in sufli- i li'iit tonnage tn puy for tho cost of tho improvement wivro related. Dr. Ashley, .state geologist, told of Coxmutiontt of clays and coal in Western Pennsylvania, oontlgious to the YotighkighcHiy Illver. \mong thobfe "who testified "were: H. 1C. Booth, vicp-pretsident of tho ritUiburg Coal Couipany. PreaWont Crawford of the McKecti- ptrt Tin Plato Company, C. V. IJuiiton, manager of river transportation for tho .Pittsburg Coal Company, AIox W. Darin, president of the Coal Ext hangc. C. II. CJatee, tiecietary ot tlie 11. C. F'-ltk Coke Company. H. K. Davit!, representing tho Mc- KcoBpoit Coal (. oko Company Commissions Ac.ama of Westmoro- county. Watson M. Mc-Kco, secretary of Me- Rev. E.N. Duty Lauds Firemen at Annual Memorial Service Tho, work of the members of tho New Haven Hoae Company and firemen in general was lauded by Rev. E. N. Duty, pastor of tho Christian Church, at the annual meioorial service oC the hose companj. held last evening at that church, and attended by upwards of 50 membei i of the organization , '"Theirs is a noble so-nice mid we appreciate it," said the minister. Continuing he referred to the fact that "wo can F,O home nights u n d lie down to reposeful sleop, k n o w i n g that; if there be a lire we have UK so men who will heed tho i a l l of th siren, will recopnlzo its voice, aud hurry to the scene or protect our i ! \es and our pjoperty." Oftentimes, the minist r saidv the firemen, place themselves in danger of life and limb In reupondine to the call of service. This t b ' volunteers he pointed out, do w i t h o u t any financial r e t u r n . Joining with the fliumen at the service were Mayor H. D Mluerd and Couricilmen B. M SwarUweld-er, Ira D. V o u n k i i i aud Charles 1'. White. The firemen were in blue u n i f o r m s and each wore a white cat 'Uitiou, The church Vas well (Hied for tho service Tho choir sang two numbers appropriate to the- ocoasi n, "The Recessional" and "Some Messed Day." There, were no death during the year in the ranks, of. the- firemen. FATHER UDADCAK OF ST. VINCENT'S KILLED IN WRECK -- ^ Companion of College Professor, FutliOT Odolda, Escapes With Slight Hurts. FORCED OFF ROAD NEAR GREENSBURG Special to The C o u r i e r 3tRiEKNSBlTRiU, Jan. 20. -- AJovis Udfldrftk, 30, O. S B. of Kaal Pittsburg, piofessor of botany and biology of Ht. Vincent's Collogo a t j B«ttty, was killed and Rev. Paul , Ckielda, 33, .1 pri^t of United, n e n r l here, wna Injured whan the automobile- in w h i c h thoy were riding was sldp«wiped by a n o t h e r car on the b i n - i coin highway four mites east of Greonsburg early today. State Police aald f h « priests were returning to St. Vincent's when thoy wore forced from the- road by tho other ear. Father OdoWa is at tho Westmoreland Hospital with cute. The priests' car was wrttjked. FRICK OPERATING HEADS MTHER FOR ANNUAL BANQUET fapccia! to Tho Courier GRRENSUURQ, Jan. 20,--Opeiatmg heads of the H. C. Frick Coke Company gathered Saturday night at tho Gietnsburp Country Club foi ths an- n u a l banquet. Covers, were laid for 120. President Thomas Moses of the Kcosporl Cliamboj' of Commerse. Alt rod J. Sptoul, lepresenting Pitf«- bur,? Chamber of Commerce. ' .Major John K. Blake, secretary of the Connellevllle Hoard of Trade John H. Eiehman, manager of tlio I tiited Hadlator Curpoiation nt West Newton. '. H. Shaw, president of tho Chamber of Commerce at McKeeeport, yr-CB- Wont of tho Yougliiogheny Kiver Im- provo-monl AbeoclaticJi and president of K u s t iSational Hank of McKeesport. M. Clydo Kelly, Urad- Somuel A. Kendall, Mcycisdalo. Congie'-uiniin 'idiun M Wyant, N. B. Sproat Dies At East Youngstown; Formerly Lived Here Nathaniel B. Sptoal, Si yaars old, Frick Cok Company a former resident of Connellsville, bouorod gtnsU. Clay F died on Saturday at llu horn* of h is|^, ·J'P 01 ' 1 l t ? n d p n t son, Hugh II. Sproat, at Wast Young'3- town. Mr Spioal, a natlvo of tho vicinity of West Newton, was e-igagocl for IK years as head of the lical drygoods department store- of the lato Captain Edmund Uunn and hi-, son, i-Iarry For two years ho was- identified as ono of the owners of the- Torronce Company store at Pltti burg end Apple streets. la 1896 ho left Connell.4 villo and located for i otne tima Iu PlUsburg. In later years, ho was en- paged us secretary of 1) V P. J.arl- inor at Woat Now ton, onductlng liitt large estate. While- located in ConnelloVillo, Jlr. fiproat was i n s t r u m e n t il in tho oon- btruction of tho United Prosbytoi lan Church In North P l U j b u r g street, A f t e r ho was united in marriage, ho affiliated w i t h tho Mi thodisl Episcopal Church nnd was very active In Us affairs. Mr. Sproat wa3 a brother-in-law of J. H. 1 Yohe, u n t i l recently vice president and general mai agcr of i h PlUsburg Lako Brio Ilallroad. The wives ot tho two men weie ulster*). Mrs. Sproat ia deoe-iscl. Mr. Sproat 13 turvivod by his two sous, Hugh H. Sprout, Irainirmtiter cf the Lake Erl\ niul Roger, botb of Y o u n g b l o w n T)ie f u n e r a l set vice will be hijJci tonight at the late h n m e at lOnst Youngntowu. Tomorrow m o r n i n g ut 11:45 o'clock the body will arrive in Connellsville over tlu , Pittsbutg Luke "JErks Railroad The remains will be removed to H i l l Grove Geno- lery by Funeral Director Charles 'J. ^Mitchell wherj i n t e n n o n t will be m Liile. It wan testilU'd the 1'ittsburg Coal Company lias'ri SO.UOO.OOO and ·00,000,000 tons of c-oul yot to be cle- volopod a l o u f t i h ^ Yougliiogheuy Klver ·tin! that its fui Ihor plane will be rtreatly i n t l u e i x c i l by tho c o n d i t i o n of tjio stro.un. It the river Is improved ' i n m i u c d coal w 1! supply potcnj.hU C o n t i n u e d on rase Six. DONOHOE INQUEST WILL BE RESUMED WEDNESDAY AT 1:30 special lo Tho C o u i l o . U.N'IOXTmv.N. Jan 20.--Announet«- ha.- horn made b Coroner S. A. Bait/, t i n * lPi|ne".t in UK- m u r d e r v! ,!i)i:i Kloml 1'onohoo \ v i l i j ( » . o n - Mnuod_ N\Vdi.«-3ih \ afto.noon iif 1 30 /.!(( i. nl Uio rf.iuUi.otne «.(- '\.|H" lint,; to in* "t.lcd u ; in com t i Oi? IrfrK-o;- nnrf of tlie «ck. ;vn- u-oumof! hn w o n d be live to o o n t m n r th-P h i M i t i i K ini'i Hie t u n e w a s «-··(. Co'- TAKE FRIEND'S CAR FOR RIDE, SMASH IT; MUST PAYJ200 DAMAGE John and Stove Pttko o£ Dnnbar w i l l have to h p t t l e lo · $aOi) damages to an automobile of a friend of theits, union? tho Lynch, scans toastmaster. President Moses brought a brief message to tbo offleialw, w h i l e W C, Hood of U n i o n l o w n gave a U i l k on "Problems Proso-nted by the Oldor Men in Industry." H. li Mason, former fliipeiintendent of Lraiont and Lelsonrfng- No. i plants and IK/.- located at Ji\ idg?porl, near HrowiiKvllle, spoke on "Problems Preaonlod by tho Opoiation oC Three Eight-Hour a h i f t a a Day." P. J. Toruiay of Conricllsvlllc, oldest retired superintendent, also madx» a brief talk. CHIEF 1 WITNESS MISSING, HEART BALM CASE OFF Special to The Couj-lcr. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 20.-- The alienation suit Instituted by Freeman Little of Henry Clay township against Squire. L*win Thomat, MB neighbor, was postponod till': moining when it de-volo-peci that the principal figure, Mrs. Ida TAttle, Us auffe-ring from inflammatory rhoumatiuin unil cannot attend court. Mrs. Little is tho ilaintifl's wife and Squire Thomas IB charged with h n v Ing stolen affections. The plaintiff wante ^10,000. The squire .has jnade^ istont don la I i Saved Ff om Death By Pole WHien Ic« On Pond Breaks Edward Ivrrpps, 20, had a n a n o w cHcape Croni-'clrowiilng: Sunday »i!Vr- noon at 2:'-'0 o'clock when he !!) t h r o u g h tho ice on the S. S. Stmder fish pond near McCoy Hollow road Krepps, lu company with four otli- or boys, wont to the dam to t-kate. Krepps ventured onto the icr to "test-B it out, to see if it was fe rong enough. As ho neared the cental the ire gavo way and he fell into the w a t - er, which ot that% point men Hired about oiftht feet deep. It waB said that the only t h i n ? t h a t saved Krppps and proventd him from going beneath the ice wan the long pole ( h a t ho was carrying iu his hand. As he foil into the pool, tb* pole which extended over the top of the hole and held firmly on U i o ruin iindcr of the ice proved to be Strong enough to hold him Hia inatp-i carno to his rescue and di agged him out of the water. Except for tho "ducking" T- r e o p i was one. the worse for his oxpei n'tne. , WALKER AS SPECIAL DETECTIVE Pifoairn Officer Will Work I'ndor a n d Wifh County Dofecth e Doivning. TASK NOW TOO MUCH FOR ONE John Rafter, Globe Trotter and Soldier, Dies at Asplnwull Here 1s an exclujivo puoto u e u ai South, Ariz, »howlng where Mrs Irene Schroedei, notoi o u s blond gunwoman, and her two male companions were capuned aft*r a ieaperato grtin fight with a large poene. The trio f i n a l l y aurrondi-rpd after t 10 posse had uurrounded natural fortress above, locatpd In tlio E s t i o l l a -ange, noma 2li mll«i west of Phoenix, Be-low, tho trio aftor being photogr phcd In jail »,t Phoenix, left to rig-tat, Vornon Ackerman, alias Joe Wella, Mrs. 3chrocIe'.; and Glonn Dague. Ocean Squcill Blamed For Death of 16 When Huge Plane Crashes --£ Former Pittsburg Couple Among Deae In Aerial Trageiy By U n i t ot BKHKI5LEY, Cal , Jan. \\-n i Explosion of Gasoline Tanks roiircrts Flying' Pulaco Into Inferno. WORST DISASTER OF ITS KIND Hy tTnfted Prewis. CLKMEJNTE, Cal., Jan. 20 --A persons klllpd in the ail plane cr Rh B f i u u l l from the PaolOc, slipped at San Clemuuto last nigbt choso ho a iu-ivy t r i - m o t o r e d pasac-iver air- alrplane inete^rt of a nrof't'ied a- to- piano ^ v i t h its r a r g o of 16 p*rr,oua to WHS mobile rldo and foil to t h e i r i» th. flory d r - a t h In a beatlda fip-ld. Thoy \ \ c r o Mr and Mr«. l!en|,i ilti ' blamed today by an air board for th MeLflin '-Miller, f o r m w l y of Flttfcl irg second m a j o r air tragedy on the of the charges and was ready to proceed to a court trial when it developed Mrs. Little could not testify. She had been summoned by tho ctefenao. CRAWFORD CAMP STAFF INSTALLED of v.-hos'e good nature vantttgp. '('ho bothers v, c i e l they took iul- with Dan DontuuHa, also ot tho Furnace T o w n , who uwtis tho m a c h i n e . When Utn- nadio stopped tlie cai nnd \\ont into HIP Wcbt Peiin tonniiitil, t h e boys decided to KO out lor i "spin" rather t h a n sit In the macl Ine Making a round of the city, tho far was hlarietl northward in South Vrch street and when it became u n m n n a K c a b l o on the cutvi, Ihe mnc'hiiu v\ .m badly wrecked. H u l l s b o \ s « M O i ui a b o u t LliL' lore- Jj.-.ul ("ilv poliri' . u i l v i ' U n th(^ scont' and aneiiti.'d Ht»'\c on a ( b i n g e or d r u n k - i i Ho po"ud $).'.r.O t'oifelt | Th' s u i t foi i l s i m i g i H i-, i n bu Colonel WHllani Crnw/oixl Camp of ,he United Hpanieh War Veterans, at regular meeting in Odd Fellows Temple Sunday, installed tho Collow- ng ofllcere, with Tatit CommEinder J. 11. Woutzell of Unlotitown iu charge. Commander, R. j\I. Douglas; senior vice-cointaumler, H. T. C u n n i n g h a m ; junior vl e-comniiinder, If O. Welker, f i u s t c e , Thomas R. C u n n i n g h a m ; ofilcor of tho day, J. AT. M a r t i n , olBcev 'of the g u a r d , Harry b. Bishop; adjutant, S, M. I\1uy; ciuarternui6le-r, tl. U Batlcn; c h a p l a i n , A. B. Pk'kurd; patriotic histiuUor, H. C, W i l s o n ; histor- xin, W. M. 'IVinplolon; eurgeon, 1,. P, McConnick. Hergoant major, .;. V. McCoy; q u a r t e t master sergeant, !!. J Beatty, oloi «ergemif«, C l i r i e t Keefer and A ml row C a l h o n n . Tht jiost made a r r a t i R o n i c n t R to buy a nr-w set ol (lags- t h u TuUul Slnip-s :U(iniianl aiul Uif poal i o l o r j and residents of JSerkeloj 'or t h e an! Ih roo ypar.s Pacitii: In throo week.s. Whilo w o r k m e n tor away the Tho fftt.i! i-bolco was rr-VKilpfl f t lay twisted wrock.iBo of Ihe Transcon- by MiUer'8 uiotlior, Mrs Gillian 111- t l n o n l n l A i r Tr,\nt.port -- M a d d u x piano ler, who to/lav wan raring toi tin 1 t from a r o u n d tho mas.sed boillps of tho coiiplc'a adopted non, David, f ur, i H paisenaois and two pilots tho San orphaned by Hie catastrophe. received In 1916 whc-n ho was tramplf.d by a. ho,rso whilo t e r \ l n g as .1 member of Troop B F i f t h Oavalrj nt K i w t Bliss, Bl Paro. Te'caa, contributed to the death o! J o h n Rafter, 31 yeans, two months and 10 days oli, A foi mer resident of '^uis-en- ring No. 1, who died Sunday n orning at tho V-otorans Hospital at A s r l n w a l l . Mr. RaOtar was lKrn a-t Wheeior, the son of the lato James an-d Elizabeth Rafter, Wb»n but 17 yearn of age he enlietod in th-a United Sba'tes A r m y and while serving on the Mexican Border sultere-d bis injuo-y from which ha nov-er fully rvecov«red. Oom,pHca- tlons later developed. Mr. Rafter h-ad traveled, to many sections ot the country- Attar a Journey to Alaska and another to California and then to Arizona wh^ro 1)9 worked in gold nrhvoa, he took a trip to the British laUis, visiting n. Kng- land, Iroland, Wale* and Scotland. H r e t u r n e d to tie Unltort States ; nd thon took another trip to Gr«^al Bri'-aln nnd ultimately journeyed to Atricr, whore ho engagw! in m-hilng dSa-monda H was while h-e was in Africa t h a t lur- Mr Rafter for some ttnii* a f t e r the World War was engaged as a mine foreman at Sublet, Wyo II is aur- by two alst/ei ·, Mrs. KatJserino an-d Miss Mary Iiaftor of Carrlok, and two brothers, Thomas and Patrick Rafter of Smoc!. / Tho- txdy was re-moved to tb« chape! of Funeral fKr-ector W A McN'anamy, wh' l r-o It will Ho In statft unt 1 ! tomorrow morning when the cortogo \ \ l l l po to St Vlnoent IJ^Paul C lurch nt L/eisenilngr Xo 1 wh^io mas, will bo oolobraitetl at !) o'clock. JIi liaftr-r was a tiK'rnbor of tho' chnr h Rev O t t o Planit'/er, pastoi will of- fit'.Ue- Interment will b(^ made In the r h n r o h eem-pt-ory P p r r l a l to Tha Courier. XlNJONTOWN, Jan 20.--Wllham T. Waller of WrlkinsburK mid Pitciirn was named today spoclnl rounty do- Ur:tho of Kayctto connly at i Halao of »2,OW) .i year by D i ^ j i c i Attorney J. B A d a m s He · w i l l ,vwvo under C o u n t v Jletpctivo A. A Downing and be at tho d n c u t ordor of thc KajeUo county will IIOA two blond c o u n t y rieteotiv^s by ivjgon of the a,pp o i m i m e n f . Air. Walkn like Sl.r. Uowii- ins:, is of lip-ht complexion, only CL/II .--.iderably taller 11^ wdo born in Bedford l o i u i t v and Is married junl has one child. Ho 1 0 njw 27 yearn okl. Tlie now special detective is not ^'as-slifanf t o u n t v detectives bnl i "sp-ucial," Mr Ada mo pointed out "Wilt ho bo j'-sli;nod to any special ta-sk, pucli na working ou tins Donohoe- ca,ie or mnnliij? down liquor ^olatifltiB?" Mr. Adams was a s k u i l . "Walker will bo subject to my orders and will do what I say. Uo has no spocitil a s s i g n m e n t but \ \ i l l bo available for everything iu tlie line of duty," said Mr. Adams. The d i M n o t attorney alw dt^lared there* would 1x5 no division of the working hours and that botb Walker and Downing would be a% a liable any liour of the day or night. "The work of tho county detective's office is too much for oije man," said Ihe district attorney in making his appointment known. There w a s ' n o confirmation of the order on the - p a i t of the court, t h i s Doming within Mr. Adams authority and not requiring confirmation. Tho new officer was uworn In t h i s morning, Walker will take up his residence in Fayelte county some time this week For the past five years Walker baa been engaged in special detective work among the counties in H ) B northwebtern Her abov* Pittsmnjr. Former!*- he was employed by UiR- trkt. Attorney OuUxsrlson"of Crawford c o u n t y and District Attorney M l l l o r of Indiana, county. Mra. M i l l e r thai Mr. and Iis. M a r t l u o AViso, also of Pitts!) irg, brothel' and aiBtei -m-law of Mrs. i en- jamln M i l l e r , had offered !o c l i t v e the coupio to Los AngeU s I r o m t- sjua Call entcs but the Mi I 'lira dacide to fly instead CLOYD KEPNER, BROTHER OF C. T., DIES IN INDIANA Cloyd \Sorld vot and a brother of Clmrles T. Ku mcr, president of tho Payelto JSnlclni; ' 'om- pany, riled Sunday nlfiht in ,t lioi pital in Marlon, Ind., n-hoK^ he had IK on 'a patient tor iho kifit seveta.1 yeai tor treatment of an illness caused irom being w h i l e on d u t y o^ot Be«kles his b r o l h o i , bo IB s u r v i v e d by de- po- car hla niotlicr and a Tho body will bo. brought to burg, the foWner Jionie of the ceased, for burial, IlHilroud C a r 1? if fed. Plttsburg Lake Kilo Railioa i Mce reported Unit a morohandlb at ths Douglass wab broln n into Saturday nip.lit anil u q u a n t tv of coffee, hplcrs, jmi'stard and m a l l aketl Stolon, A t o u r i n g car bolonging to " J u l n u Poro of N o r t h A i c l . i t was lolen on Fiiday n i g h t i'oiice iro eudi avor- ing ty locate it Uiegu all board, a civic organization, reconstructed tho tragedy f r o m stories of tlio few era witnesses and examination of thr WaclcpDod h u l k day was a flying palaces yeter- SAN OLT5MI3NTE, Oal., Jan. 30.-Tile PacUlo Coast's aeoon3 groat aerial catastrophe in throe week's totlsy had taken tho lives of 16 persona, bound for Lo« Ang«Io*j in a huge trl-rnotore-d plane aftor a gay weok-end at the AKUd Calisnte, Mex., resoit They wwocarrw) f o a (hunting' death jnst at rtmk laM mg-ht wtoau tho motors of a Maddnx-T. A. T Line Iranspoif f a i l e d , Tho c r a f t noii(i into a ploughel field and waa destroyed by (Ire. f The 11 passvugora and two pilots had no chance- t o eueiipr An oxplo- Bion of the w i n g «a«ilino Uinks Uirew Bo-mo ot the-in trmn thu cabin. Tho pilots wer« pin nod boucdlh Ihe gre.nt niolo-ra The air HHI aiinoiinc'-ed that lij pur- sons were aboard (ho p l a n e and (ho death H«t -.'.".w cstunaled u( elglif nion aud -Oiighi woman on ( h a t basis Fifte-Mi of th^ Uo(!ic-s had bee-n located early totlay, according to Chlof of Police Forest. .). Uatbn, oE San Olomente. Tho tragedy brought southern Cali- fornia'a death toll to 20 for two rragh- CcintUuieJ on PASO Thr»« 0AGUE CONFESSES, , PUTS MURDER BLAME ON "OTHER" FELLOW ALEX STEVENSON KILLED; FORMER RESIDENT OF CITY Alex K t o \ o n F o n , 30 y?ars old. o! Mc- Knv, Rorkfc, soccer ]o fero\ a resident of Conndlsvillo tor dbout six m o n t h ' \\as K i l l o d earU Sunday morning ;,i Kees Rooks, w h e n a hit and run mol o r i h t , poliro f-aiti, t t i t i c k th4 roai oC hit, automortulo. Mr. StoveiiMon v, a -, a nephow of HIn John AV Kvana ot t h i s place and Mrs C. I. b u t t o n of Sr-otUia)p, fornwly of The it ! fl off l. f in.iitn«r| as' H d . U I h f v i ii I iuiM-|rors Oi ~ l o n n u n S u n n n n ! - v i ' U t a n i h t T MmnoHuI H o s p i t a l nt M o u n t rUii'..inl I H ' Al '. Jail in . W ,| Cnui- Hii has t,«( r)iin- t l i e n o w u i i l l o i of tho n t - O l i v r ^ c M , sin i e c d l u g \v i\'eitj v l i o tocluv lux unii' I d o n l l t l p i l e d f l o r , i u d K f l i c i a l m,i L I , I , ; C I - or i M I M i t m l 1 i |,,L W , llOUnil Ot ,S*W £ l Tlie Weather ariow t o n i g h t and T u e s d a y not Q u i t e sp cold l o n i t t h l , is tin 1 1)0011 n o a l h u r f o i o i a s t f o i U i ' b t o i n I J CMIII- svh idilii 1SWO M i \ I m 11 m M i n i m u m CLOSE CONVENTION; LEAVE FOR CHICAGO ): .saltiJiif 1 )! o) i l i c i ' a p v t j n | oiJip.iio dt'p.ii tcil !!! Cliluso J S a t u r d a y m u l i i , i ! i f r u hvu-Uu con- j vunthm m rlit- (jl.uit at Homli c » n - 1 n e l l s v l l l t i Th' s.ilfsriicii M (.uiii[ja?ii' j (l i by Pi'i'sltlt'tit i K i t d I t i e n u i n and Sales MdUcifiiM y. U l A i M i i j l I , b o a r d - i oil a spui Uil i'lsllinan t r a i n ot t w o codLliPs on t h e J-iakmiui e it Ohio R u l - j l o a d niui h p i i d P d l e u C l i u a j f o w l i P i t ' 1 t l l P X \ \ l l l . l t l P | l ( l I I O I l V l t l t U j l l i l t I l K ' N . n i o n i l ' ' c i i i n r i V j ~ o s i r i i m n | I h i S i m p e t i i i ^ , n p c i i u i p m d r i i « i | t ' i 10 = 1. on Ki id \y i By United PHOENIX, Ariz., J n n . 2 0 . - I n con- fessini; to Sheriff C. II. \\ rljiiht of Maricopa c o u n t y that he one of the- trio sought in Conner Ion with the slaying of Corporal 8r uly Paul, Peiuiflylvania State H i g h w a y patrolman, "Wnller ( H e n n Dagne d ^ c l a i e d that the f a t a l shot was fired ell her by Irene Schrooder or the ' o t h e r m.ui" wh'om ho declined to n a m e Dagiif a d m i t t e d t h a t lip had i l r p d at one of the officers, s a j i n T lhi" be shot at t h e arm when tho - . l U o l n i u n flrec! at Jiim The "otlii'i- m a n " In t h e p a i t y '·up- posed Jo l i n v j .shot ( J o « n P.iul and wounded P r i v a t e Ernest Mo j 1*5 n thc« battle near Now Castlfs r believed by P e n n s y l v a n i a a n f h o r l t h M to liuve been T. D C r a w l o r d , M i s Schrouder's b r o t h o t f i . i w i o i d s IIQL hi custody ot polh'o PHOK.N'IX. A n / , , .Kin 2 0 -- M i s . Sflnoedei t o d a y ^ c o t u d at the -blon her lover, ( J l G i i n Ja.(.ue, has made and disowned her son Donnle "Well, what's t h a t got t ) d o w i t h ' nie?" she snapper) wlion .sli )wn HPV.S- paporb c o n t i i n i l i i g IIn s t a t e m e n t in w h i c h Daguc a d m i t t e d ho p i r t U ' l p . i l r d w i t h two o t h e r poisons in 'ho immk-r of H i g h w a y Coiporrfl P i i u l a n d tlie \ \ o n n d i n K ol P r n a e E n i c h l Mooi o i n Penns.N I v a n i a last IJet-otnlxM 27 ' O n i ^ o f tho'-e other t v o O a ^ i K ' men was i o n , ' th« Hhonfl promplo-d "The other w a s s o u r h r i n l i « » i , j. \\ Crii\\"loi d '1 b u t l i i p i _ n ! \ to do w i l h j cm Un . n l i t ' " " i'luit - all b a - l i and u il t-'n i i n i e ] - . e-i nit 1 ' ihc \\oiiiiiii a n « \ ^ i i j il VtiUMU-jr U)fin' H u r l . I S J O X T O W N . I n n liu - U t u i a e j H a l ! } \'i B \ ) n e w a s i nl iiljonl Uic lacf (jn S a t u i d a \ \slien ill ' i-.u m M'lni li he u , i s r i d n i K an I a nillk h i u k b c l o n ^ n i R tn tin 1 7uUi Side i n o i r r ) lo t h e 1 n x i n t o u i i !io pii.i! foi 1 ':- f nic of lir v),sit? to t h e K v a n a homo iu Har« BtHMit ho hj-if) m a n y triend.s here An autopsy -tt.i.s held viheu relaliic-i of tho (load in,in rlibi'jTdilwi a pou»-« vor.sion of A i r Ktevcnson'H injuries and a n n o u n c e d t h o i r bohof llmt ho hail boon be.-Kc-n (o death j n an atfacjt. Tho foul pl«y tlieory was aIvaiioe| by w. M. Watson of McK-ees Jiochs. an mielo of Mr. S t e \ c n v o u . Ho to,ld Deputy Coronor Jtobcrt Norman that he could not reconcile the automobile theory ol' tho death with the laet that tlio w i n d shield glass was, inhldo t l i o automobile. Ho l u i t i w r stated that he believed, tho attacker or n t lackers of Mr. Sto-veiibon hail readied Into bis auto-' mobile and st«^j;ed him with a black-- JacA K \ - a m i u a l l o n d t i i i n g tho autopsy rp- \ealcd s-u\er« liicorutloiib al tho of M r Stexpiibon's .skull, )» i),e flcah.v part of his, iKHk that could not !isi« bex'ii i n n - i c t o d , It wa.s talfl, by a blacK- j a i l s . His s k i l l , wa« (,evcro]y Jucer- « n l i u f i o n t n l n n d midd'lo - k u i j i»" Coroiu'i'h Physician J. \v .uis .sai! in,it the wound.'! couM h t n iH'M! Miflerofi by t h e victim's head bciiiff t o i c e d throueh the windshield ny i he i m p a c t Tho war bumper ami I'endeis if tiu, , ar ^ IM . O llan ,_ aged, John Stcneiihon a b r o t h e r of I t ; \ month.s FORMER SCQTTDAIE OFFICER WITH PARf Y ^iii-i: .1 i'j T l it : ou. i, . _ SXHrri'DAI.K, .fan it) \ fornn-r fci(c)Uiiiv]x' bo\ - I f . .M I.i^, h o t t e r k n o w n lo SIR v l ( ' l i / c n ^ ,m "Peck" -- i« ono -rjt f i \ p o l i r f ( i n i c e i s \vlio weio i'\))0( hJ" t o a i i i 1 * iini'ii m Phoenix. A n / , t u l i i i . ; , I r e n e ^i ) , i',.r and O l i u n D.UMiL' brv K to \c\\ ''astlo i o answ," th.- t l u i s t ' * i f k i l l i n g (\u t i o i . t l Br i(l\ P a u l Kt.iU' l l i ^ h w n v Pul i o l n u u i Mr J w .- i o i i u i di in n \ c f ],- lW HH( c ( o n n i j in v \ h l ( J i Vr»\\ fasUe I.-,- Mi'j- M i n n i e - M i K ' U b e n , .Now - n v l i n n a n d Prlvat« }·!!!"'·( Voiiir of MK H i g l i w ^ r P.'it.rol w h o ^ i - iniiirc'i u i h o i i m o in th-

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