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January 6, 1930

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L ast JLLidition rice Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Bes£ Advertising Medium in the Yough Region. VOL. 28, NO. 47. The W e e k l y Courier. Il'ouadetf J u l y 17, 1871), i Merited. The JJnllr Cuurlrr, Founded Ne« ember iO. 1IWS / July a.", 10X0. r ? PA., MONDAY EVENTNU, January 6, 1030, TWELVE PAGES, DrJWinerd Takes Oath ay or; Council embers nducted Lineup of Department Heads Is That Forecast By The Courier Saturday--Charles Nez Acting Police Chief. McCORMICK RE-ELECTED Dr. II, IX Mlnevd, 33 yeais old, today bocamo mayor of the City of ConneHs- ville. He is tho voungest man ever^to assume tho offlce of chief executive hero. At 30 o'clock this mornmR Chester K. McKosson, city clerk, ad- mlnlstcred tho odth to Mayor Minerd and Immediately afterward the three newly elected conncilinen--Berton M. I Swartzwelder, iva U. Y o u n k i a and I Oharles F. W h i t e -- a n d C a r r o l l V. Sna- dor, city c o n t r o l l e r , were inducted. The ceremony was port'ormod in tho City C o u n c i l c h a m b e r s w i t h about 50 citizens Kutliercd to w i t n e b s the event. , 1'eter R. Weimcr, p r r s i d e n t of the KJwanis Club, represented t h a t group. As Mayor M i n » r d took the oath ho wits c o n g r a t u l a t e d by J, L. Evans, the r e t i r i n g mayor. When each member had been installed, tho iirht session of the new body was called la order by Mayor Minerd arid ftev H. H. Shober. pastor of the Church ot the H r c t h r c n , led in prayer. * , Organisation of C o u n c i l r e q u i r e d only a few minutes. As torecast in The Courier. Councilman SwtrUwel- dw becomes s u p e r i n t e n d e n t of the Department of A c c o u n t s and Finance; W h i t e superintendent ol the Depart- m e n t of P u b l i c S a f e t y ; Hevg superin- t e n d e n t of tho Department of Streets uiul I'ublic Ini|irovements: Y o u n k i u s u p e r i n t e n d e n t of tho Department of Parks and P u b l i c Property. Mayor Miucrtl is s u p p f i t i t e n d e n t "f the Dep a r t m e n t ot P u b l i c Affair's. .lust one r e s o l u t i o n was submitted to the session. That \vas for the reeled ion of W i l l i a m McCormick as inspector of t u c ' f - t r c e t department for u period of two voars. It was signed by (JoiniLilmen ftcrp: and seconded uy C J o u n e l l m a n W h i l e . The vote was u n a n i m o u s . The next sexbi HI v ill bu on Monday e v e n i n g . Jus.t bPlove n u u u Mviior M i n e r d un- nou'nced he bad reached no Ueclulou on t h e a p p o i n t u u in of a chief of polite to i icceed C!eorf.f b. Urubb. resigned. The latlei's r f h i s j n a t i o n was otfective- ifid.iy and he r e t i r e d after aefiuaiutlni; tho ueu e x o c u t i \ c w i t h t h e details o f his office. U n t i l th(^ u p p o i n t u i c i i l is made, Ch.irl-es Nez, u luitrolmau for a num- I m r of yearn, w i l l be the acting chief of police. P a t r o l m a n A n d r e w Thomas, who li«fa been nctiiig as iiitflit OoutluuoJ on Itiniontown's New Council to Make Numerous Changes Special to 'riii Courier. UNIONTOWN, Jun. 6.--Two changes were made- thle afternoon In the city's appointive office list when new street commissioner at\l a sealer of weights and measures were « imed City Council, meotiiig for tho cecoiul time today, named J'ortuuato Fee aa street commlrisionor, succeeding f. J. Copo. Charles H u n t J,r., succeedts ./. V. K. Ellis as boalc r of weights and me-aourrs. Botli are minobers of the ' American Legion Pott ho ;. The janitors and aiatroii of the rest room wei^ unchanged. However a n u m b e r of otheif changes are anticipated, it WUH said. L S. PATTERSON BECOMES BURGESS 1 AT VANDERBILT Formally Assumes J)ui!cs Council Reorganization Meeting Tomlght. at UNIONTOWN, Jan I!--With a severe shake-ui) in many appointive offices when the new city council convenes at 2 o'clock this- aften.ooii in prospect Councilman .James R Thomas was inducted and W. Karl liryaon re-lnduct,- cd into office at t h e reorganization meeting t h i s m o r n i n p Tho fin; I change scut Cnmeron J. IjaClair to the d e p a r t m e n t of parka and public properties w h i c h bad charge of the expenditure ol 1 much of t h e cit)-'a money ' E v e r y t h i n g was o u t w a i d l y pleasant LaCUir making or seconding many of the motions w h i c h bcnf him i n t o other departments of city's adminintrations. It has definitely be^n determined by the new coterie in charge of the affait'a headed by Ma or Crawford and i n c l u d i n g Coimeilnn n Brown and Thomat. that whatever jobs are open w i l l be given to theli own friends and J thlx R is understood will cauee many new laces to beseen m the police and fire department and other city poei- tionfe, YOUNGEST MAN AS EXECUTIVE Lester S. Patterson, bels«vel to be tho youngest burgees in the State, was sworn into office on Saturday night by Justice of the Peace Campbell B. Arieon of Varid-erbilt. Mr. Pattereon, 2-1 years old t o n i g h t w i l l f o r m a l l y aseumo his duties as burgeiii of Vandci'WH borough at which tune council iis scheduled to reorganize, Mr. Patterson, the ulxlli P t p c u t l v « officer of Unit c o m m u n i t y , it-, the jonngetat eve'r to be cliofrpn in that capacity Harry T. Ellenherger will enter upon hh third term as burgeae at Dunbar this e v e n i n g when c o u n c i l reorganizes, Mr. ISllDiibergcr i? the Incumbent and does not 4 la ve to be ciworn In again. Oliver S h a n n o n succeeds hinifee-lf ae burgoHfi of Kveron. C h a r l r s K, Lewis w i l l be sworn In t o n i g h t as burgess of Scottdaio. CityV Youngest Executive :^^%¥. : : 'S* V £: «.ilSlS»*' 1 ^«W! CORONER ORDERS DONOHOE INQUEST; . BEGINS WEDNESDAY flfAYOI II. !). M F N K R I ) LEMONT PEOPLE PRESENT WATCH ' TO H. E. MA!iON; IRENE SCHROEDER KEEPS JUST AHEAD OF PURSUING COPS SIX ELIZA BIRD'S SLAYER CAPTURED IN WASHINGTON CO. UNIONTOVYX, Jan. i. floc-d.\. »2 yoan *ld, an nosro. was u routed o a r l j tni.s iriorn-ins; in a llitl-e niiniiiB to\\n in AVHBKblNG W. V;i. Jan. I'..--Irene Schrocder tho suspected blonde bandit In the slaying of Pennsylvania Highway Patrolman BraIy Paul who has c-luded capture wa- several steps alicud of her pur-siu rs today despite uncovering of nqw clewe A blonde w o m a n idwut 22 years old v\io arrehtod at Yonnt;stown, Ohio, today ind held lor H n t h e r (lucationing. Dotectives, howevar, nald they tiki not believe she w,a« Mrs ScluvKsder. Tlio lateet trace 01 die fleeing woman was uncovered henj last night when police raided i rooming house v^ie-re ^hc was b"li vod h i d i n g . They d i d n ' t Hud hf,' but Jniiiid clothins she had loft behind in h o t h u r r y to cheapo capture. Various articles w e r e f o u n d in the i room w h i c h hhe is w ild to have otcu- - C,-corgo i pied. According to police fcho spent o n l y Friday night at thi house leaving Sfttuiday morning. Ha-, H i b l e of t!5T. W A U X K T A , .Neb, Jan. f -- -Mis. George Theobul 1 ot Wauneta is the poshOs-tor of a Bible translated by M a r t i n I.uthcr and compilod in 17"7. The tumo b.is b T t i ui tho po-^ehalon of Alj-e. Tln-Mb,i)dVs i.unUy tor IJJl yeart. It is nuuio ot p a r c h m i n t aiul i« bound \ \ l t b w ooil und louthor. it is HI ,111 o.xcollt'iit s iiti 1 ot preservation. Bia-b bcindh p r c t i ' d tho COVPI-H \ \ l u c h boar t b o n u u k t ) ot ho,n y rings th.it oiico ho«)kol tho 15'liie to tho p u l p i t of .some old c h u r c h . HOLD POLICE COURT Washington i ouivty, along tho M w l o n - j sahfrlu river, and in a tatcm;:i'l in t h e i ' . V A n n»j»irinn 11III T L-nloutmvn p o l i c e station b h o i t l y In- | MAYOR MINER!) WILL foro 7 o'ulock this morning he- is said to luivo conte«sed to Bitatoblnj? to death Ills swec-lh«art, Kli/.a Bird, 17, at her hcmio at Jamison, near Perryopolts, Ooconibcr 27, la^t The iK'gM) ·vv.i.a arrcHfd by State Troopers lkn«on, H a u u u and Sanut on ,i t i p funvlslMMl from Jamison. He had been h i d i n g In Washington t e n u i t y since bo fled a f t e r first HhootniK at Iho oimg woman and then c h a s i n g h e r abwit w i t h a b u t c h e r k n u f e u m t i l ,-,11-c f u l l , c-.\haiK-".d to tho g r o u n d and ho plungod t h e «nifo i n t o tho aipex of h e r hcii'i't. Hoc-dy 1s ulso to l u u e a d m i t t e d that ho was trlod lor munler in the t-tato of Atiiba-nta sevii,il yr-ar.s a«o. A f t e r being placed In the police s t a t i o n amd revolving lus t'tate-mc-nt onbTb wore !?lvou to bar h i m f i o m seeing any frlMids or c o m m u n i c a t i n g with tho o u t s i d e world. Tho CPSO wil lv tiirnc-d oier to County fJotectiv.j A. A. D o w n i n g t- time today. Mayor if. IJ Minei cl today informed Tho Courier t h a t h a would pres.ido over police court. The mayor declared 1 hat ho plans lo hole! court d u r i n g the f o r e n o o n , between S mid 9 o'clock, and sometimes In tho ovi iiing.s. Ho added . that lie had always p l a n n e d to look a f t T this phase of his. work us the city' · chief executive, lie nas not made aiu provision for a p r i s o n to preside in his absence, Hay- Ins t h a t Superintend! nt 13. M. Swarlz- u o l d e r of the D e p a r t m e n t of A c c o u n t s ui.d Finance could b' we. JH event of absence f r o m the c i t y oi the mayor the s u p e r i n t e n d e n t of accounts and f i n a n c e becomes a c t i n g mayor. In event any a i r e M f a iiro made over n i g h t . Major Minerd will hold police court t o m o r r o w moi ning. School Session-, Ilcsumed. Tlie public n c h o o l , resumed today alter tho two-week ( h r i b l m a s holiday period. "St)»Y" ('01 (Jill .NOL'K AT Sr.MAY SL'JIOOL IS Y K U t S W I T H O U T AUSENtU v;: C W. Cougheniiui more f u n n l i u i l y J u i o ^ n an "Sonnv" CoiiKhenoui, ot I h u Wo?.! Sule, har, i nnploted his ISth e a r of ported ( i t t e i i ' U n c e at tlie Sun- in Wa^'i J a n . «-- Kern I'IMIIHO ixt|ilenl :u v i l l o\uioi| these c *!^ K \\ S i a \ c r t ' . i "' !! mn:.; . in n , m · day School cit the C on tht* Wt'rtl Side- iei;ul.irly tor almoot in,? enrolled in th. wh(»'i ho \ui but f i \ Sonny is a «ou of ( ' u p c ' i l n t c n d o n t of t W a t e r Compaiiv, an cur venanter Chin ch Ho lias,, attended 19 yeaia, he hav- Siimlay school i yp/ain old. ' ,j\ Congheiuuir, \'i C o n n e l l n v i l l e i A i i o . ( ' u u g h e n - UN1ONTOWN, J a n . 6 -Unprhited and iindiBclosed testimony, some of a sensational nature,Mb expooUxl to develop \\i«dne8(tay at the coa oner's i n q u e s t into the mysterious murder, last J u l y 31, near High H-ouee, of John Donohue, former d e p u t y constable, and ex-service man. Tho Inquest has been delayed In I he hope t h a t the veil of mystery w o u l d be lifted and the killer or k i l l e r s b r o u g h t fo j u s t i c e . Thlfa has failed fo matoi- iali/,e and Coroner S. A Rait/, has set the date for t h e ' b e g i n n i n g of al« official i n q u i r y into the Dotiobou murder It is h i n t e d that t e s t i m o n y of a sensational n a t u r e may d e v e l o p from tbi .score of witnesses who h a v e been summoned l o appear at the coroner's probe. Man witnessen who hav-e been inteirogated by county officials n n d special investigators from t h e Stale constabulary will be asked to t p l l their utory for the first tirm in public. A t e w new witnesses are aid to be on the list prepared b Coroner Bttltz. Tho coroner baa requested Thomas IT, Hud ion, prenldent judge of Fay- otte- c o u n t y , to have Glenn A l l u m , i c n - tral /igtne In t h e investigation from Ihe v o i j dav of Ihe i n u i d a r ; and Hcub- crt C. Hledboe, f o r m e r c o u n t y deloc- tive, b i o u g h t back from the Allegheny county woi'khoune to t e s t i f y in the inquiry. Ho^ti are serving tcrrns for l i q u o r violations They are scheduled us two of the m a i n witnoH»B, Owing to the Interest e v i d e n t in the inquest tho lait-e courtroom will be utilised. Jurors will bo selected from various aectluiiH of Fayetle county. ^ ' The i n q u e s t will bejfiii p r o m p t l y a' 10 A. at. and may c o n t i n u e for several da\s. W. M. M'BRIDE DIES AT TRENTON, N. J.; ONCE PIANIST HERE W i l l i a m P. McBrido, w h o about 12 years ii f ;o WHS p i a n i s t at tlie Arcado Theatre Iveio, and , wjit. brother of Charles IS. R J c H r l d b , violinist, died Saturday at Trenton, N. J , where he had beei organist for 10 years at tho U r p h e u n i Theatre. Mr. McBride was taken etuddenly 111 following the «how at the. theatre on December ,'!! and had been unconscious to the- time of his cJeath, which occurred at the Trenton Hospital Mr. McBride's w i f e died three years ago ul Trenton. Mr. McBride will be buried beside her, aceoi cling lo a letter to The C o u r i c r - f r o m Chailes Besides fioveral brothers and sinters, Mr McBride is survived by tin en g i u w n children, (wo of whom are m a r r i e d . Sknler Fi'ac'lurt's Arm. Wi!!i«m Taylor, 12 \eurs old, of SOS S o u t h Kig-hth s treat,, is at (he* Cou- ne-nsville- Ftate I k ^ p i t a l w i t h a frac- tiwp of the left arm UP was h u r t w h e n tic f e l l w h i l e roller s-katiug. A d m i t t e d to Hospilnl. Charles" G o o d w i n has beon a d - ' in It ted to the Connellbvillc Suite lion-! p i t a l foj t r e a t m e n t . Mis, I l p l o n Weller ih nlso a patient at t h n t nihtltu- tiou. r e i e i v i n e treatment. VTJfo of Itetirlnp Supcrin oiul» «M»( Given Silyer Horvii ;, Mother Handbag 1 . 230 GATHER AT DINNER FOR THEM; FIRST OF DOZEN NEW WEST PINN CARS RECEIVED Two Arrive at Shops on West Side to I5e Serviced for Allegheny Valley. LIGHTER, SWIFTER THAN OLD ONES of employes of the L. -inont plant of tho H C. Knelt Coko Company and their families ove the traunler of Superintendent 1C. E Mason to a n o t h e r plant- -Bridge iort -was expressed in cloqucul Cash on at a dinner Sunday a f t e r n o o n at flu coin- nuinlty hall, w i t h 230 persons n at- tcndanc'p. The m e n u win, b u i l t n - o u n d roast turkey ami It \vaB in amp 1 j one. After dinner tharp was a prt -jrain, with apeakcis exprotsing the rut rel of the oraployps over losing Mr. .lason and the meinheis ot his famll ' and gifts for HiE)u--a gold w a t c h fi r Mr. Mason, a silver too swvh a for Ir ? wife and a line loathor handbag f 1 r hla mother, Mrs. A n n a U. Mason T. L. Doorlej, Mr. Mason's SULCCS? ir as- tiuperlntendenl, was tuaatn .tbtt'i. Talks were nuido by D. J. M u r , hy of M o u n t Pleasant, John U. Strti do of Comiellsvillo and Mine Foiemai J A. gifts Brlercheck. The pn sentation o wiih made by Mr. Uoorlev. The w h o l e afiai; \\:t,s a s u r p r i e, ox- c-opt lo tho mother of -Mr \kuso , wbo was takrtn iiHo coiiililenrr The Masons w i l l move to t i n - · new home, near Browimville, n«M w -ck MOTHER SAVES TVfO FROM FIRE, THRiE OTHERS PERISH I-iy U n i t e d Pri'«s CONNA.UUUT, Jan. « --Mrs. lames Scribuer fought smuko and flni ies tn get her live c h i l d r e n t nipped ii tiled b u r n i n g home here loday bu only two survive. ' Florence, five, was found dead under (he kitchen sink In- flrpnicti Josep h l i i D , three, and Alva, tin oo n died Inter In n hocpllal ;f their .after t h e m o l l i o r liad carried from t h e i i bed out of the h house. Thomab, 18, and M a r t i n j u m p e d from a second story w and were saved. / Mrs Hcnbner Is in a h o s j t l t a Two of the new cars Cor the West P«nn liailway« lines in t h e Allegheny Vallpy h a v e been received at the Con- nellsvllleahope. The cars wereehippei by freight I r o m t h e Cincinnati Car Company, C i n c i n n a t i , and aio tho of 1U to bo- placed in service t h e first of February They | \v1ll be operated from Natrons, t h o u g h New Kensington to Aspinwill. aliiioet complofely by Pen n. tho earn ore examples of tho mofit modem and efficient in electric car construction. Ixiwer, swifter and Hunter in weight, they present a ( r u n , racy appearance. Tho color scheme of orange, brown and buff ie moat pleasing | Tho latest in airbrake c o n t r o l mak l fl for utmost s a f e l y D r o w n leather eea's n r i f l large f u l l vision windows, wilh grey linoleum floors afford a m a x i m u m of comfort aud makes an extromely attractlvo Interior The carti w i l l all bo .soi-vlcfxl at the C o n n e l l h v l l l o shops nn] t h o r o u g h l y tes(cl on t r i a l runs ITeadlightB, atrap h a n d l e s and other fixture*; wil be 111- «tailed here When rgjuly for f,orvice Ihe curs w i l l proceed under their own power f r o m Connoltevillo to the Alleg h e n y Valley. Highway Patrolman Is Severely Injured h Cycle-Auto Crash A hvul-on collision I t l W ' C r M i ,111 ail'tonvobile dirlwn by E d w a r d 0. C'on- \vav of Princeton, T n d . , :!2, and a motorc-yc'le ridden by Stat- H i g h w a y Patrolman T. 13. Elder aboi f 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon oil t h e Mgrhway at. Murphy Sidiiu,g, resulted hi .serious iu- jiuy to the officer and a.m st of Conway. Elder 1s a poiU-enl in UIA Oonnolils- ville State Hospital with a compound fracture of tho left leg H ba« not beon det«Mntaed whether .uivp illation will be iieceasnry. He also has othpr injuries, hut liis recover; is anticipated. Ccinway, out by gHass, WSIR also taik-en to the hospital and then later placed In the city lookup 1-1 e wa.s hol-d for court when arraigned before .Alderman J. R) Wallaco tlna mormlng. A ehanige of opwaitrfing a motor vehicle while under the in flu Mice of in- li-quor has be*i prefer rod Con way. He lias admit Led, in a signed statement, of taking a wuip1« of drunks at MorigAintown, W. Va , from winch place li-e was driving "lm Wiwd- bor, and a wnvaU botillo of liquor WM fount! in the machine. The car conthmod for al out 50 feet after the accident, ran up on an embankment anid turned 01 yr. G. i f . Suwderman, a »iecla.l offi' er, came along just after the wreck and dra?- yed Con way from the man 'Idme. Both men were then rus-lipd to tile hospital, the of tic w belli?; uncornsdoiifi. ill dor tiae not been able to t e l l juiU how the accvidoii't did happen. It oc- c u r r e d on a curve and it is boli-evcd I hat Con way was on the w i o n g side of (ho road In his statement he says he f s posiitire he was asleep t tho time, inasmuch as ho did not sef the officer u n t i l he hart shrunk him EldM is a-ttaolied to the Ft yette rou'ii- t y barracks ot the State Highway Patro! Ho was refurninjr from th? Mount Plea.sant-Scottdale distrh-t at tho Ume, boivnd for I"nion town. Conway, foreman of a grans erecting n steel t i p p l e at PurseRioie, near Mjor- santown, \V. Va , was sonni; to Windber. SOUTH CONNELLSVILLE FIRE LOSS ONLY |200, REPORT OF CHIEF SHOWS The fitc loss in South C during- tfw- j p j i r of U)2f a ?200, flarry M n.iwaon, hicf of voliin.loe-r In c d e p a t t i n c n t Hinre fx)rirn?-(l 'I'h-o f'ourlci 1 today The o n l y fire t h a t was for tho $200 Irw wa.s th«t : of B. f". Shrock. Wlnle Iho lire fightws out many Limes to c.himne\ hru-ih fiie=i thorp was no i K o p e r t y loi-i as f h e volimteens jue!lpl Hie fl.une-w to UK- in- i"-ponsiblo t tlw homo fre tailed b l a / M . i n d H l t l l H , n i r n n , t h e m s i x , · n d o w hero froiti shock. An over urneci coal stove was believed to h a v e caused (he flrp Mrs. S c r l b n e r had walked wl li her husband to his, work on Hie l a k e f r o n t . \Vhoti slie r e t u r n e d her Motis;e was afire. bine heard nor cl ildron screaming. F i g h t i n g her wav she snatched up Alvn and Jos and told t h e boys t o j u m p (,ouldii'f find F l o t o n c c Hlie louuted phine She 1 suf- The Weathei Incieasinig cloudiii'e.ss, Igllov. d by l a i n tonight; w a r m e r ton IB lit, 'older TuescUy; much colder Tuesdtn nig-ht i.s the noon weather forecast loi Western Pennsylvania. Temperature Maximum Mlnltmum Mean . Jfccord. 1930 .. ..51 . . 26 .. . . 40 MISSING WITNESS IN TAYLOR MURDER LOCATED BY U. P. SAN FRANCISCO, J a n . G --Otis Hefner., missing key w i t n e s s m tho William Desmond Taylor murder mystery, was f o u n d t o d a y by the United Pros'-; H e f n e r is t h e man who former G'ov- eriyii Pi lend W i l l i a m Richardson said had revealed to h i m the name of ihe person who m u r d e r e d tlie f a m o u s motion p i c l u i f director in February, 1822. He is believed lo be t h p man to w h o m H u r o n I'Mlts, Los Anffplof, district attorney, referred two weeks ago when he- s a i d ' "Wo hare roconsti ucted ^is uiceno of the k i l l i n g and we h a v e built an almost perfect case O n l y cue l i n k remains lo be (iljod " Found 'by (Jeorgc 10 Powers, a reporter l o i (he United Pi ess, H e f n e r repented and amplified the disclosuic-s made to Ihe Rovernoi and the state prison board secretly in IflSO, w h f o h resulted In h i s release from Folsoni P e n l l p n t l n i - y to s a v e his i i f e These disclosui os, i n t e n d e d by i l t e governor tor p i ' o y e n t a l i o n to t'lo l i o s A n g e l e s g l a n d j u r y , leaked out pi e- m u t u r e l y and. in tlie o p i n i o n of ihe state parole board, placed H e f n e r in danger of assassination at the hands ot m e m b e r s of I In- dope ring in p r i s on t'hi'isfinus Tree Tire 1 Ku/i's Homo. WHIT 13 PLAINS, X Y , Jan. fi --Fire w h i c h started in a riinstmas Iri^e l u s t n i R h f desiro.sed t i i c 10-room count r y home ot Ooorfie W. H i l l , p r e s i d e n t of tht A r n o i i c a n Tobateo C o m p a n y . M a n v v a l u a b l e p a i n t i n p s wore b u r n e d . Tho O W I I P I csunialecl the lohs at a b o u t S200.UOO. MRS. ETHEL BRINDJLE DIES OF PNEUMONIA Mrs. Bthel M. Briimlle., 5,' years old, wife of John Rrindle, du'd at, - I . S O o'clock (his m o r n i n g at h ;r home at 123 South N i n t h street, West Ride, following n week's i l l n e s s with p n e u - monia For Ihe last 15 years the Brlndles have resided in Ci'iinellavillf, moving here from H o n t t v , Westmoreland c o u n t y In addition to her h t i ' b u n d , Mrs. Brindle is survived bv th f o l l o w i n g c h i l d r e n : C'harles, Lntrobs, Richard, I I l a i i s v H I e , Mrs. Corr, St. Clair, S p r i n g d a l e , Cs-orgo and Samuel. C'on- n p l l B v I l l o ; Howard, 1 Icier and Robert, at home Thprc a i f 12 grand children John McJVl!o.haeI a brother, resides at Akrou, Ohio, a n d Mrs. C. H. no wo, a sister, lives ai C l e v e l a n d , Ohio. The imioral w i l l ho lieid Wednesday afternoon. A brief s"i vice is to be conducted n t t h e laic homo at 1 - 3 0 o'clock followed by ,i I'uP one at 2 o'clock ul the F l i n t B^ni ^1 C h u r c h w i t h Rov. E. II Stevens, paMor, oi- f l c l a t i n g J n t o i i n o n t w i l l ·)· rnnlo in the M i d ( i l o , . C h t n chcH C'enietorv i:ia.' Mount Pleasani HI charge of Kiiiicral Directoi Charles C. JUtcholl. AWAKENING HERE, SAYS REV. SCHULTZ 'Our Supromo \«!sot," DccJuros «/ Kirsl of Noon Sorvlcos. PRAYER SERVICE EACH EVENING inrt-ti- so, Uie if, "Our K u p i o m o Assfit,' 1 wo^ t h f t h e m e oi ;i briel sermon by Hev. Klmer A. Schullz of ( h e United Brethren C h u r c h at noon today in the opening of i h o noon-day cervices of the Week of Prayer at t h e Orphcum Theatre* The fiervicee will bo conducted th.roughe.ut the week, beginning at 12:05 o'clock «ach afternoon Hind continuing for 20 minutefi. Tomorrow Rov D i . D R. Graham, pastor of tho F l i s t MothodKt Kpiecopai C h u r c h , w i l l .spcnk Hev S c h u l f x declarefl t h a t "Con- nell'i-vjlle's greatest need is a roll, r ;i oils nwake!inii a realization tlun God is in iindevetopecl rehource." In bin opening, the- minister declared t h a t it wan vei y a p p r o p r i a t e that t h e week of prayer moo-lingfi b^ Inuuc-hed by tho C o n n e l l s v i l l o M n i i i i - t e r i a l A s s o c i a t i o n at I nib tini^ ot Ihe year. . "Tho pa'it 10 days have befii ones of leckonnig, .sloi k t a k i n g and U U P I I - t o r j . ai-perliimns Ihe at'SPtt' a n * l Ifabililiet? iiiKl t i t n K i i i K .1 bal uiro," He\ S c h u l l x Katd. "Thifi noun, 1 filiggpst an niiiPiHcd b a l a n c i n g of our book? WP hovo failed to t.'iko into proper c o n ^ i d n n tion our supreme, u n mable n^sot ani lli.it is t! recognition of the Divlixv "ConnclK3vllle.\ greatof revligious a w a k c n f n p . . j I'eali^nlioii lh.it God is an undeveloped i-r-Mjuree "\S f e a m a w a k p u i n g f o t h o dif=- covcry UKH V.G liave been puttnir con- fldr-nco in1o moneo', I u coko ow-m,, in iiiiupfi. in nalo-s. in b i i u k f l e a r a m r c i in a d v e r t i s i n g , ill Hoard of Tradci,, in people, in population and in in., diKjtries. "Connellb\illo is now p . i y i u z u i i l i the ])f-almmt, 'My r,oul w a i t I h o u in silence for God o n l y for my \\peH;i ( i n n is from ITun.' Whp-n our ci|\ JHI s its faith in a m i g h t y God, lot Iw i; r 'f ready for rpfiults." The attpixlanco iva'i 12G It i\ liopcd to have this figure incrent-pd coiisirlprablj before the. linfll ?ei MCI on Fi iday Re\ K If Stevens of tho First I3ap- t i n t C h u i ' p h =ervrd ns c Inn I'm a n l[r. c.illijcl a i t u n t i o n l o tho U.'f tjj.u f h ( service^ w i l l bo C o n t i n u e d thioughout t h e week. Rtn Dr. W. H Hot nek or Trinltv L u t h e i a n C h u r c h , \Uio read t h e i S c r i p t ' J i e lr-«3on and l«d in p r . i j i M , called attention to i h e fact t h a t i h o year 1930 murks the 1900th a n n i v e r - sary of tlu' Pentecost, U O. CUibauKh led In the a u i R i i m of 'Joy to the W o r l d , " ami "TUf Old Rugged Cross." Dr. J. Harold D u l l \\t\t, at the piano The program for tomorrow follow? 1 Rov. E. H. Slovens, presiding; H. it. Shearer, h-olotet, w i t h Dr. .). H a t old Dull, at Iho piano Rev. C. G. S h u p n of Trinity He-formed C h u r c h w i l l ofior prayer and ical ihe Scripture' Ic^hon Rev, Dr. D. R Graham o f - I h o Fir.-t Methodist Kpiscopal Chuicli w i l l del i v e r the message. The "Don.iW Quartet," compotcr] of boy*,, will pm«. Thprp A'lJl le eorvices each veiling n l the ho-veral c h u r c h e t cooporat- ins in thc moverac-nt. Ixist opening- iho n u n i u f p r s , exchanged pulpite. SOUTH CONNELLSVILLE FIREMEN MEET TUESDAY A special n i t ' e t i n s of the S o u t h Con- nellsviilo V o l u n t e e r Fire 'Joparlmonl is callod for Tuesday PVP ling, .raiiu- ary 7, at 7'30 o'clock A 1 members m e requested t o bp i i i e s i n t as mat- tors of i m p o r t a n c e w i l l be t t mis- a c t e d Aui; cojrKs Ai-Tint i - t v i : V I O A I t H (» ( i J J A ' i l ) M O r U I I H ' S I t l H T I I D A V . V S N I V K K S A K Y A l ; u i g ) H t i , J a n e A U I I P was )oj u veslerday to Mr aud M i i Howard L, Sparks o t O a v u - i o w n a t t i e . \ i p l c i o t l H o s p i t a l at M i ' l u o f t Th babe Is ,i B r a n d d i i u t r h t e i nt Mrs. K l l z a l ) P l l i Sparks of I n d i a n Head an 1 was born on hei b ^ n d b i i i h d a y a n n i i (H,sar Afr. nnd ftlr 1 --. Sparks liavp, bp.-n j i i u t r t c c l f l v i years This is then- firsi babe Mis. Spat Kb wa-, -Miss ."Colic Van- Si( kel of Trsiiia Mrs Coin V'an- Sicki'l o f U i h i n a is t h t m a l i ' i h i i ! grandmother of the babe. POLISH CLUB'S 25TH BIRTHDAY * GALA OCCASION The Polish I n d e p e n d e n t Corpora i o n ot C o n n e l i s v i l l c - held a cclobratioji on S u n d a y a f t * rnoon a t tlm l u b roonif in S o u t h Meadow lane, earmnptnor.it- liiB the 251b u n n i % o r s a r y uf its l o u n i U i l i o n This o r i . u n i i i a u o n , composed of men and women ol Polish o x t r a c H o n l i v i n g in the city and immediate vicin'ty, lla^ been \ e r y a c t i v e in i ivic ana fom- n i u n i t v a l l u i i «. T h e s i l v e r nibilce \sns m a i k e d w i t h a b.uuiuet and program w i t h m o i e i J i u n I5D members a n d I r i i n d s in i f - Or. H. iiollsviih 1 , wclconu 1 . aldorman, I) iMinod. di'ln erpd J o h n 10. Kavt' a m a y o r of Conan a d d r c H s Wallace, loi ( a l k on "Ideals ;. M.i.\ v w. I f . D C i t i z e n s h i p . " The p r o ^ i d i t i in Oppiilni; rcinai K T o u s t m a b t P i , He Weluoine. M a y o r Talk, "Oi gan M o u n t Pleasant Address, " f d e a l A l d p n n a n John K T a l U , " l . o d l t \ , " M o u n t PliM'-aiH. "Amcji-u a " J ' r P i n i i S " U n i l y - C o o p u i a t i o n . " lon. M o u n t Pleasant Talk, Socha. Talli, In Talk, of of Muiprd S K u r p i e l , K l o c c . of C \ \ a I U K c W. A U u i s t . J o s e p h ,SKIII- "Our C o r p o i a t i o n , " Jrjsi])b " A n i f r u a n C t t i / f i i s , 1 ' ^. Do- H i i i ' j f . v of (Jiu c,,i i i m . ' d i H ) " U i remarks, Hev.

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