The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 29, 1918 · Page 1
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January 29, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 1

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Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. Sworn Average Daily Circulation Last Week, 6,424 VOL 16, NO 67 CONNELLSVILLE PA TbLSDAY EVENING JAM, 4.ET 29 1918 BIGHT PAGES AND REGION SLOWLY RECOVERING FROM BLOW; DEALT BY MOUNTAIN REVISED GARBAGE FIGHTING FUEL FAMINE IN NEW YORK ire Communication Outsjde City Still Impossible at "Soon Hour. HUNS AND CARS MOVING which continued up to noon and after If tne line wa-. found clca current! wd*! turn d in anf 1 fie consumers on hat section p-o\ided wuo both Hgnt "^hc wor* of clear ng then prokre^ rd io thf ocad sectjon ne^t ahead the lines v ere patrolled mo Jie cur , ' reut turned on on' when everything' Representatives, 01 Inrtm rutiun lorn Provision lor Keadjust- mout of Hates * or KcrnoTal ot T rt n * . FAMILY CHARGES HIGHER I Ul Trau'tportation, ^toorn and Electnt, is Uome; Vloni; Cndei \d found to be sife The rvork of, t on of Di«L"ict Suoeriaiendent George pan) to IbnioQtftrttCE- I hlih or i f l urnaci and Oi^jtoi»oJ Hint, Mai Ik IwUrd m til* iVwn r « w n Section inneUs\Ule ajid the region paral I b the moun air gale d.nd U ot j · m which hit this place Su "it i slowl recovering t^om he tcta ot the staggering bios he nsportation and conwnuiucatjoa Solution ot 110 gamuts p j o ^0^ b aug it a s ci o t w o ut i rug! t \\ i^.n a r* v st,cl ornina"ce rt nrse Couditions Principal!} leek t Bro^n tontmwcd m On*. j Tire Service, sihools KcMpencd. until it became too dark io \\o"k bv ^ . v hich time bouth Ii f rsburg street East Crav\"ford avenue to Prospect street and \Vest CraTfoid avenue the "^\ e tern Maryland railroad had laung he disio^ai of . ic c tv s betn cleared stction b section made na *» presented m c u u n e i j I D- t ^ sa'e aad the current tu Ted on L L t a aiipcrmtendt m u the Lepa^ Had the current been turned on n^eat ot I arUs ad I i b l i L Pi JM rt , v ithout taking the precau ion to Jnder who^o direcuon (he r iaval i pi LGt, tilt irt i but ^t^eet cars were fin j ] V { v * U A U i l 11vu " Ul - "'"*=" uutie, uvct uj LUC -- a -- ^t ^" l meoi uinl oa "a lairlj good .ciiedule .Us 1 , lllle TMTM__ sreat dTM aE e and , D]Ur y '"= wore repre uita n e, of Uu I , rmrcg Putstuig linemen ha^c "" ies recex-ved ^ire set ice out , v HUDUI cabins mt: prt-can ions to '*""-* i.«u^. UJ n,i.wuii the cvy fas not vet bcei es ib = 1 ^ r ""= '«·«» "· c «' °» l ' he ««""« ^^^r'" 1 ?, f," ,' i," uod put £t -ee t cars were fl. ..v.^ch had ^ b«» done o«r ^tb. ^ ^JTM i re=uited and perhaps fires bur s Carb 150 I n c i i c i or co-npaju V n"hrm 1E ht'h7rTm haln'Tn'the w"rk sianed m minj peaces where s on Pioposition vai H d l. L fo-c touncil 10 a brouglit hen. to naip m tne w Jr^ . r c,md had hepn psiab- k "- a «.» nf one of the u p s ol u revunoe tbe bro,e a commute* I ^TM\°\ a f f an,n ^res I «!»·« o-s ,ho conpan, ,, ' odm m g "e^trTeet^h^H I '«««, a-e tal , s brou ght iorc b} -clu. , ,, .oce,«d The rfonon luadreds of telephones m the .it} t L e sco c to he p in ^ettlng the w ire'- lr - UOI: *" "* P ncc ^ l out 0° order yet but service 1 ere . sersiee batk into shipe Sesenteen fa^rlT good It is -^possible to ' men arrm.il on ihe s 30 o cloth strcc ich aa outride cu} bi wi-e and c-i- this morning and wore inmedi til the great damage done br the ately despitthed to the places in the Ji -viad can be repaired tals ct^ «ti whtre the -ao-st damage waS| uime aad place The p opu-ed ordinance raa-ti 1 - pro viMon for tht mcmeiatiou ol ail i,ir nlicLhc me ncnu on w i l l t;« h .CNKHISV1LLS m CROSS HOSPITAL I n f o r m a t i o n is G » \ e n to Public in K a l k Uuort Senile ( ( t iMfii * Itc « hftl n M"H i vw uli\p I ontmi t* i ( ( 1 1 500,000 NEXT JANUARY \ i m ^ t i M k of tht Knci C r ^s I \ crut 10 h m i 1 hold n Ur i * 1 lm I n u ns; ^ c c t idii. h ( TI n i v i l l o * f- - 1 f !L t UT pi i 1 m il r i ud cff'i pi 5 TI u edc 3 r T l ( 0 1 1!=\ 11 ix j ir mu ! ' ( 1 in, s (h:ii (. 1 i n l » t r l i » i i I n o f l u u n l \vo i n in i r c o f c i \ a! c-i 101 o M t i ^ IK ; con ilfi r "a ( in 1 in f a i n js r qn r f! f i i j i 1 o^ i r 011^ ' If of a i t 1 o m U i n t js fi^ 1 t b i if e llir i c e its of lh I i r r \ ]TC ^ i«' *i pl«-} o be ·, % h i i %vt 1 ·u ^ n 11 r r 1 in t o \ 1 bn i out ^ ^ n the tr ism \ A u i q i t iro ] IK i f tnr t * f pn] l i b I n I J M t « » ! i* 1 o i t in i r i s i line i il \ ijii i p^d t ( n J fM 1 S Hfif o v i ! £ T r o \ r!(."n sj] i r- rop JH 1 1 field 0 ; Sf n o r jf M i JiV - o 1 ' hr c pn i \fj i ir\ 1 ffa r 1 - o i n t ( e « in "V\ d- J in n ^ic 1 ! rt n i f di*"M 1 m a l! id t!i . d i n i^n i?" 5 J 11 ir) 11 SQ iu i C h iibprli i da i n i n n ii Miljta^ \fTi = co The miJ-n line ol the Baltimore linemen were working 10 railroad is now open and t-ims [ toda Three or four started in at the * not so far beh-md tme Some 1 ougb bridge this morning'and work inch lines are -= ill snowbound The Jed w^st v.hile others b°gan repair rdeet blow dealt the -ailroad =s i ^ o r k on the telephone wires in other i was when the "Western l,mon tel (sections of the utj The elephone ·aph lines Trent down There is only companies are still demDrilued bi * wire between here and Cumber bid storm d, \o oJESjde communication has been Tie "West Penn Railways companv effected in the repon e;tn wire ead ; the main line through to "Union- mg out the cits being down The »n broken open and cars are run i telephone companies here did not ig; as nearl as possible on a half know when o expect service re ir schedule Both Phillip* and the 1 established The cm has not been nderbilt routes are running the en m communication with Scottdale 3 length of the lines Towards pjusburg Uciontoivn or Dmbar ^enaburg, cars are getUnj* througb i since the storm r the Hunker-Tarr line. On the f street car service was still tied up er route Mount Pleasant has been oa ^ mgln hne £0 Ijniomow . a last ,ched but cars go no further The mght and to orcenaburg via the ca hues and the Latrotoe branches ^ oimt pleasant ron e The Phillips i still snowfoound * cars went through to Onion town the schools icsnmcd sessions abom 6 oo]ock and ^ VanderbiH ' f »'" hi 1 1* 11 sin ill cha-sc to the one hauag the contract for removal .bvcr udiv dual or firm producing garbage v, ill be required to pra\ Jdt a garbage ca --one of a t pe to be a.p~ pjo\ed bj ihe supenmendeat of he Department 01 I arts and Public Propert A separate rccepiac'e for croek. erj slats aad tin cans and articki of a eon inliaminaiile nature Vr il I L ie quired The cuj will a«ard to some inivon who \vul agree to coi ply wuh al! the terms of tht ordmajicc Iht solt. ind exclufaivt, righ-t io collect, garbage in the city j.t thL schedule of rates here in A ro^ ided and ft ho v. ill pa, the highest pcrceaiu^L foi the pr vi Jege In this t ie icasure do s not The one to \\ho.n the con ract fa \f^ \ o r k i im-f tion tno^t 1 intern cit r-a is har ] bit \ \ ihn fuel fain me and bus had tc itsort o tuc use of v · L\iil /)lt si) u i u i 01 cot The illu'-tr iLioi ^ h o ^ s me i peddling I ""sKxtb of \ o j i 011 Lho r^ is and u**n c,*, m r of o n of L bis bu Id rigs mr g o he it the p!ac(, b burning O roal buuc !e of ^ibif* papei n the fumatt EARL RUSSELL SEES PARIS AND WRITES HIS IMPRESSIONS PIHSBURG LINBiAN HAS NARROW ESCAPE FROM ELECTROCUTION "SoiiH. PJacc It IV Saj- His l A t h r , i Part nt Wlilth U H o r e n i t i i I'ubHshuL In a letter written on rettnibtr 1^ to his motnei Mrs L * dus-^,11 of i mt niiaii harl K I u^scU o oie 15Ui Eng;m«r-i A i m ^ i t a n Lx pt-ditionar-v torce^ write*, mtert.suus Ij o£ ihc inxprt-^sions of hi u ll"St \ I M I to Pari 4 - ·iti he s t t have bcui it and some p l i c u t \^ I ii or Mire* He K 1 ritaminir I ill Vt,n ss I r j H e \ I nit and Vri "Huiuh \ V e^i n I ujuij ij tinau n-.ii -d Kane Irom Pit 'Jauig 01 i of Lh a iiKintjtr nuiiber l»iou tt hi h ic to r e p a i r Lb brokt,t l i n t s T a i t uH oJ Monday morn nag s slorci h id d n u 10 A c ipe f ro-rn t K c t r o c u i on i.bout 10 oclocK [jis rjorruie, \ l i c n \ i i e i bt T\a«- uinmuiie, from i pole ou \oi_h \ \ a t e r c t t f e l l ic ro i h e \S t-»l ^enn Uo ° river jumped fron 110 t 1 30 t dunng the night but this point, "^ s the maximum A. Sood wr tld he w sult if aU the would melt branch esterdai Onl one train ar ) provided for daily collections Pittsburg K turned! Boarding hou cs-- Houre* with fi\e Side \ and returned f boirdcrs ?3 p r month those \v th c i n h e n v e r go out at once on the w i t h o u t going (hroufch to Onionto-wn i to 10 boarders 3.2Q per from here to i those with moie than 10 boarders So Vest Penn linemen v^ere w rking Persons wishing to zrln setting the wires m shape tmontown were not able to- get Si oO pe- innth mvinK power to the uiKeieut resi- Uirough until the Phillips route w a s 1 Restaurants-Of Lho fir-£ class Sil sections of the citv tcnigot 'final)} ^mashed open bv the scraperb per rronth of the second clas« $" I h n f the citv \vascu off yesterday ^ l t h trams cot running and stree per month Col ertior-, arc L o b e n^de i.uut.*^« t MT . C ( l M i r , n (1/Mi u p Tjniono-ftn and dail Hne force no*, baimg tune to cover entire system before dark and only sections the hnrs were re- red received the current last night Connellsille isolated yes erday | The dr fts on the roads were ao bad Oiocenes -- Pruit butcher shops otht r stores produce that the trip could not e~ven bt made) and b railar business stands -- ?2 mint Penn had no servue dur f bj automobile One Lniontown part} naiini $u maxiuium the'morning north of Hecla on the drove down m a horse and sled Removing Carcasses -- Horses and -la Greensburg line and car-, were The s roet Bights over the e n t u e i c o w s $5 dog ju cenu eats 2S "rated at long intervals o^er the cit were out fast night and the skies cents cleaning lauius J* to ?15 te b\ Tar- There was no ervice were extremely dark. In some homes -The contractor ib requir a to ie the Latrobe Ime. The lire -wras'electric connections wre not made move free of charge for a -easonable between Vount ^Ic-a^ani, and j ind candles were uti ized , time the garoa^c for i f u n P y (bat is also by wa of t h e j After (he spvere sleet oetwecn Greensburg an I Con stom vebtcrdav a Uiaw set m ind far A ca was reported oft the % t me it seemed that it wou'd last until the snow had disappeared Belt) and 11 o clock set in but after th s ceased a cold i me north ot Heclo t e.eph^ ,nd into Mount Pleasant from unable to paj for i s icmova, of sickness 01 other cause The purcha ing agent of sba 1 ou the fi st day of Mi; for tlon and removal of gai b t cause the cuy is «o m i r h lirpei than Uif Mctr itan m LW ^ ork I bivc siro led ^Ion 0 thf 1 Boul** ^ r d d Italienb ronsidtred the moi pictaresquc and int icstir, strt t m th tvjrld As om w ilk« T ont, ^ou meet counil ^ nmiihm f b* n u n f u l Fr nch gir » all attired n tru luifcnt of f a ^ h c j n Tie i n \ou s*t i r e ol all ufitiondliUes, md coine f i o i r ih parts of the w o i l d n\o*-i of w e u i n g uatfo m* ol Ul -,tr\ict 1 \ on m\ tir^t M*it to 1 n s sen [PA A n c i i f n so! ner it t. J t Ib it t i u o betn U e u as \ou know our reMmt-n was tUt. h i a l 'o arm*, n that re^ior \.s I wis stncting a a. coi ncr of Lho Bouh v ird fa j u b u i , , haviiit, stopped to illow sonic traHc to pibs ( uite a cro\ d f,at tr 3 u o u n u ard proceeded o look no ovet e pen ill my shoes ai I logfjmi T h e j all tued to talk o n t , but U hat time T cnuld noE c o i n e r o in reiich charged w fh % succei J i ii th i olk\ lin \ i t l ough K me cnai L^ of tht t u slroL^ L i i ^ to u e OUK\ L c cli rn il lu 1 H md lit, istautt t t H fh [ore 111 i ht l i n l e\ p a r t M l h rccet cd t n li \ i e\e r al t not iuse him to 1 e \ \ h i *u \\iu id a\v u In imp tu r omul ai-e o f t i t ( nun I -uj lnpto r u ! ru 1 iw j ldflt-,1-1' ( i conlei ~i o f Hod f o^s ^ n k is t bt^h i J in J In a t i l l I i it y - h u h j nr J e i ^ i k u instruc ons w i l l t) r, sen t t "ct rt nit 1 t j l T%O K Mrs J I Km a i d Mrs I R Heinu 11 ) { I i Ost IJ t»S bf- i Cdl ! **!! itnin s Or acco nt of y f o r irim c jnn 11 ins th ^ \ t r p unal le to i*\_ r" If L nft r ncc o 1 jcld (n:or row bu M i l l atuiul on n I hi iin | P i r e iioiiran e to t i jui n M U 1 "" h i^ bren ] f d n i i f Ke I ( rt ss i iritc M s .ind eg ) in L V n i \ u b i t t u r j i n t out in l n ^ c nrnil er^ a Uie i t A i i 'qi «r rr n l c tid I igh '·thool j u i l d n Ma rr » IH' On da^ la*st w t e l here vi,io 'o wo^nci in ittci danct. The r t i o r t of luss E ia Sauior trea ur o- Jit. charte lowed utiat the a.mju! tcened i d.i c wa ^13 GIB ~ i it ot i ( -jjr erpn^, 01 $~ CSS 09 t.a\iiL, i balance nn hand of ^t j 1 -JS \ \ L u h halanc* jch uc $ JJ of ie amount due to t c locm i L i p u lorn Lhf Ch i^inn» \KLiber shii a \ c There w 1 -u )bab] be about $1 j j J m u r e dcrn d from t it. 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IN COURT l u t ] ? t Not Sulisiitd W i t h l M o r u UMOH , J L^in ion/ 11 Jjt d voi ^ ea c e of i , e ruruM ,d ^ r t v e, con^ted 01 .S) U l ,s t l* . 4 4 , hindkcn .uf» -_0 v i«.h cloU... and u u b ra ? = ,,K fo r e S o,n S ln c,,de the ,Uu cs made b% Uic. - » n f, dcpa tment onli nn. =u, s ica droning cl-u-sts h^e m i n - d out tlio said, t C bandage,, a-^d rtro^ag n l . l P mo knit ,ng depart men la . . ( a u ^ c l mmdreds of s w e n l m s Klmots » nM ( .s Irench cap, ami socks Attci the m i e t m g d luncheon vias seriel 1\ m^Dibeis of the Mmbomon. aomf.tK science c!iss Hp h OI an ; one »l«omo, ' h a l " *"f '«!.«·-, enc.6 J- " - - ; n , , 5 o l l l l e r t l n,«l 1,,, o « n su- e lie, 't dcu.lcd cir, , U d l h i d " H fo ' '^ P h N s u i l and particu " m mo ? elr "? "' I h p , I a r ' ih ' a r e , T 10 u n n n l e t u r Horn Marx Robert, kme nolc1 aulhorcb« n FURNITURE STORE SOLD TrcoTresnondent of Tha A ' ls no =-°rtag e of power but . had j ICE ENDANGERS LIVES t e m v w »e i i declares the lo be cut off until £!le "recked mres, Tstom to"c.omparc with that of hinging (lorn onto the streets could Steamers Carried Dimn .darmshtwasm^bruan 1SS2 16 bt tummed off r^ ago and t was far Ies in m f t%Me d Ar^Vrre! ot ,h.l MUST ROUGHEN WALKS irses Creek the Councils^ lie and rmo-it coal -egions wore -onderert \jcrelwnts Notified to lise 4sh or Aur vasiable Slec and snow imde the Otlifr fetibstaoc* Snitable PractieaUi no ·ches tmmorable 3int; oC car ·WT* done Test rday at mines in those reglois t tcepc 10' the excellent ji dgment *sight and hird work bv the Mat or John Dussan this morning Strttim Xp 01 Gor^DH ' B^ ^"oc ited rift 1 . ! TADLC^H Kx Jan 29 -- Decendmg ' ICD gorges in the Tennessee and Ohio | rivers comprgmg hero todaj ?i\ept the winter fleet ot packets and other ibout craft from t' eir moorings here and carried them down the Ohio Appeals i for help from persons marooned on H thick a» flies Thi ty fourth sti jt anrt , s-ntcil a not = i isned to dlspo e of i,, Broidwar New 'Sork docs not have a , t l i 0 case as i now stands Judj,c Van I thing on some of the Pins strec ts for Sweaungeu giantcd deciee b of ui [crowds men. t ?n up 11 ira C bust TM l( - e '" tuc Co) owing cases mis lex\e I w i l l \isit t i c Palace of Louis XIV it % er aTllbS ind many rthor mterestinc plnces "Will write visit next time 11el!.(i ti rnrirfain L "Welker ot oal North Pitts ordered the police to see that the nde | the ice bound crafi were plamlj heard burg street w 11 enterU n Veteians of waika m the city were made -afe £o*-|as the w e i e carried pa the citr 'Foreign \\ars o-f the ni^etoenLti anni pedestnaT The nerchants are rot i L Ina Jlerbeit agi nsi Tied J Herbert de'-eitioi Hi/cl Lee 1 loto agiasL Ca-1 r b o m ^ s I l a t o cuie and b a i b a o u s t r e a t m e n t Mitgdrol V Coino Ij ig-un JoJii r Conuol]\ dc seition losiah V U i l h a m s jgamst Maltha I M II mis n tl and baibai ou, treatment Man C Holniook ag-iinii SAIIUIC Holbiool dobcition PITTSBmr; Jan 29 --Reports asked to tle-m the frozen ice from i »* mn ^,, u «,. -- .~, . of JIB west Penn i m noer or thc walkb bul Ma ^ or Duggan rcquc sts f r o m the Lppei Monongahela mer aie ^ if not fatal accidrais migb tha. itiei sprinkle ash or so-ne othe. ,, nat ,,, go rws are breaking up ind occn^rid ^esteTdl^ and the DUSI ditiottni*.-, «T rhn . , ..?·.».,* .v._* --.1 ' ^ . . . _ _ j .1^.^ vorsarr of Jit outbreak of Plnlippi-e Insurrection on Monoax Feh-niaij i a his home ance condltlona a r e ed mthm the next 21 hm rs Tlie river is iis From linrts ^frs H P Snyder who was pa nfill lv injured Saturday J a n u a r j 19 w h e n she s ipned and fell hoavllv on a South PHtahurg stieet pa\cment is able to be out for tho first time since the iccidenl thc n rface that wil s section o' the city oeen withoi t ( ro ughen the ice and make a surer n or power much longe- thin l t | foothold ln! , s , owh at thlg l(0int ard t h e h o a v 5 , s '-orae merchants had the r slde-|iioH of CP down fiom the heidwateis | s soon as t'ie extent of ths damii;e walks cleaned Nesterdav w h e n the is e\per ed to reach here by tonight e by fallinc vi~es ind he exis ^aw -.et in but T nlm of ice had co\ Seme damagQ is ported f-o 11 ice ce o' dangers to life ard properii f - C d hese again t is morning on ac I that is IS inches thick id that ciu ° we-c n ili-ei i me= count of he freeze las' night Maror ' · ;er wis sent posiha-.t o i b power Duggan said he persons whose side «e with orders to cu' off the c n , valko were no,, mane ate by use of l 1\ork was then at onv hes»n ash or siwdust would be held respon -lea'- the main line o t»~e i-itv ol sib e 'or -jrn accidents that occurred Ken telephone wires UTi^n a ^ec if i pede^tr in slipped and p eil on ! which siiopJIed light ard power to tnem considerable number of connim -^, realize it ia a hard Jiiig to was cleared and madt. sa e t was 15 K the mercbants to keep rteir side off from al! other secttc-'s of the \valx«. clear but on the other nand Botnrns to (amp. em which hid not ^et ' een gone we must see .hat the^ are mide safe Herbert Duggan son of "Ur and r ind the l!ne back -o he power slid the mayor this morning Mitner | Mrs John Duggan left for camp last rolled to make "lire "'he no new | ous injuries have -esulted this winter l e v e n i n g a f t e i spending a furlough with j;s bad been caused by 'he storm Irom slippery walks 'his parents Ueatlpss Dm OliMnri! ^teat ebs da\ w t s observed todaj in the letaurants of tl e cit Beef ^ ^ muiwn ft m n(J[ to |( [gaaa l on the meniib Chicken ind a^h wer,. obtainable. Fa r and colder 1= tho wej. her foie- cast for tonight ind "\Veduebd i} III i) t.RO'-S 10 V I D !n keeping l[onie l o l k b 11 ionch \ ith tlio 'Mjliliors Ui \ -ice i e i f es-. \ \ A ^ l l l N d r O N 111 2 j -- T o assist in 1 ecpi g relatives in c o P i S( ^ 1 o ich w til so lieia in tia 1111 ^ cam]!-, aud hospili s the \morican Re i k loss Ins not Eied bfeieta Baker tl it it a p i e p u e d tn cst Lbhbli at home the sime CT up en c o a h o - u s tsi hhsJin m I i Lnce See etars L i t e i i _ th oiigge tu i to the Kod Oros-i hat i assist ill c tibliiiiio ihi medn n ot eomn unit i lun il»oi"t ^Hii I vke O u r Business ol Liouitrd Conijianj i. ouneonient has oe^n made o f tue cousai uiauon of a de il whereb} the ie"m in V\ ild eoiipam comnosed of Meh.it !oit men has ta) en o\er tJe jusmess o r tht, Leonard I uniture coimai) m ''Vest Crawfo d a-^eaue Coiincl iMllc Ihe new pro[iicto''s La.\c ai^umed Uiaigc of t i e bus ness Tl e senioi inembei of lae firm 1 B ^ iinne 11 an wa Hi i lor i am i ea K 01 the K L Stone con pan^ Mchecfapoil aid 1 is a general and in tun He ^noi\lcd 0 e of tho tur nine l)jsiuf» V J "ftiM lie olhei mem ei was foi Ma s ad^euioint muni g r Ioi th b one conpam H s faJic A J W i l d f o i n u r h condiiele] he largest r u r j i tire ^ oie a "^ ci ec^ixn I Both g t l r m c n w i l l moi( t icir Cum 1 es to Connc 1 M le No innoimeen ent has been mijp of the plans ol "v C i eonnd \ ho as b e e i it the 'ie«i of t i e LtOi aid 1 ui jure eo npanv wife t · a suigeon i Secictary Ei ei did no denx that I here hid been hortoommgs n the ' M i r Dppartmen in Ije parli dais ot ' ge ting America re^di /Of machire guns ther is = ill a Jio tdge the becretlri said but be did not r c g i r d this as i j U I A jbe mm m fami ig were getLng c-vpen cnce \MLli I 1 e g ins at hand In hea\\ l guns tlie toiintri Tnds i L e l f slowli ratch n^ up w i l l UIL don-ana upon i _ But i ranee a d Greit Britain ha^e been snpp Mng ill so s woi! is thc ammiii it on for their ind the Secre Ian said the M i e s found tnemschs a be to fill Uie requiro^ients for the V i h n e I wint to know in all his on ean you f i n l an achievemert com p i able to liat of \m» rica s in riising i' is great arnn 'rnm bpi cm? nrv n t is inriod of tune'' isked the Secre i in of \\a I his ue^er been done 1 e ort a i d it IT o Americas credit hit «bo lus accomplished it m the nine months w Ime been it war b l ' F \ h S IN Itecoril. 1118 111T Maximuri --- 46 37 Minimum __ -33 3~ Mt n _______ 35 4o The Youg 1 ! rive lo^e during tie I night tioiri 1 10 to 1 3" feet. ^ isi(crf ( imp J it Jesse I \vis ol \ a eteibilt 1 is 10- t u r n t d honit fioni a \ s i w i t h ln^ bjmier fn tids ai Camp Lei Peters b u g Va. UP ilso \ibited in ^ash ng ton D C ind E iltimoi e ite t. Hui I IK r Vildrpssi s Clm-oh MoiLcr", nn 1 n^llsli I'TOple 3 e Gee tc ^ alko 1 uckn( i pis ioi of til On ian elm i h w^-s lh t binakd la^t e^eI- ng it i ra,lh of mm 1st is in! mis»u i ir\ organ / mons of the ' h litian lurtlira, of Uie O h n\ coi nn J i l d n ih ^m n de (lurch 1 ilt-buri, H s B u l ] ( U IMS I c I imhsh P jple i Pea a i l ·\\ 11 Jji i i u em o til u w e r e confereiiei jf the -un i er a i d p re eutatnCi of tlii. Chiist an ^ omen ^ Boa"d of Mi sions Dn i ei w a en ed at I) o eloek 1)1 eel Honit on I nrlnugh sm tb Pnnkcv of \ ill Ran is home a furlough from Camp Lce BUDGET I§ APPROVED i n d FJA 1 ( i \ t or ^ car 1 IM d }J^ ( o n i u i l u 12 Mills it council IQM r ght adoi led iJie r i n me fi ns, ii G t ^ In dgut for lb ni f JS ^1 and fo prrn ilc \ "^ r c ^ ^ n l c s f om a\ moa lai;o v n i n o i il t; frr o.n- 12 P * n h i h t n jl!s f o r 1) i km fti il 1 ter ^ore no hansLS n th l u d ^ i fron w lai wag am otintcd ai ihe 1 t i e rf itb iniroriuc t 01 i Ji^u 111 21 i iiiic l a c i J n i t c d he ordininco p i un i 3 foi the leeuon if a voman i nbat on ofljoez at i =a an or ^So PCM n onili ^nJ i^osc i ro\ t'jr fo" in crraamg th salar e» of hi fi p fh et f 01 $1 J in v i i pr,] ITK n T n( i l(C finmtn irom $*)0 o "luO pri iion b ( The selocunn of " piobaiion o*rcer ,^as h o d ovei foi the time.

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