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January 11, 1930

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L ast JCjdition !i rice "onnellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Best A dvertising Medium in the Yough Reg ion. VOL. 28, NO. 52. Thr Wrnlftr Cotirirr, Fonnrtcfl JTulj 17, 1R70. Tlic- TnUy Courier. KU muled finrcnibcr 10, (002. .luly 10211. CONNELLSVJLLE, PA., SATURDAY 1 EV1 NING, JANUARY 11, 1030. T WEI A" 10 1'ADES. RIVER BOOSTERS MASSING FACTS FOR HEARING Carnegie Steel Receives Order For 53,000 Tons TWO DEATHS FROM PARROT MALADY ARE REPORTED Famed Product of Americanization U?.efl U. to B« Able to Convince S. UnpJncors of ISccd Of Siuckvvatering. CO-OPERATION OF ALL NEEDED "The-re is considerable work to h-o d-oiK helicon now and J a n u a r y 20," snicl Major J o h n K, Blnke. executive secretary of the Board oC Trade, thie morning when speaking of tho hearing to he hold on that date, before lieutenant Colonel Jarvis J. Bain., district engiinoer of th* United States Army nt 1'ltte.burjr, at w h i c h the recall of the whrerse re-port on canalization of tho Youghloghcriy lliver will be urged. "Facts and figures TOUBI be compiled which will clinch our a?rumont for improvement of tho river," tho major a a i d , " a n d wo w i l l also want a good repre.sentaU.vo delegation from C o n n e l l s v l l l e to attend." Tho major has collected a mass of facts concerning the potential tonnage which looks in th-o stream would produce and those to?0ther with other statistics will be sn jmittod. Colonel Bain has issued notice of the meeting, arrangement for which s\as made nfte 1 ' a delegation of Tough boosters had ·'·Httcri Major Uencral l o - t l e Brown, chlet of tho Army Kngi- tioorlni; Cor PI, at W a s h i n g t o n , In December. 'I he. e n t i r e YougMogh«Miy Valloy is -ol to demand the a p p r o v a l of tho canalization i-ojet-t. Xot only is navigation of tho rivor a measure to be , t d v o ale-d at th-e hearing, l n t prcnt strc^.; w i l l be l a i d on the flood control .aid w a t e r power features---two t h i n g s whiich are possible- in the stream vbove this c i t v . The nocovs«;it/ of cooperation of every c o m m u n i t y alon;.; the entire rivor 1: noeo* sary. Major niaVe declared. It Is? a c e r t a i n t y t h a t ..Colonel Bain will not approve construction of u n o lock bol \vc-e-n MeTOe-sixrt arid West N e w l o n . To i n s u i e - sncre^K. t h a t lot k must be advocated as n part of a g e n e r a l program w h i c h w o u l d enable boats to navigate, the in-e-r ai f a r ,18 C o i i n e l l s v i l l p . openniK- up t h e cri- l i r o reaches a' the river to the untlo- \elopod lesoui'ces in the h i l l s of the region. "It is appar-Mit," said Major B l a k e , "tluvt a one look proposition would not meet with Colonel nalu's a p p r o v a l Tonnaso suftli-'Hit to g u a r a n t e e u ret u r n on the investment f o u l d not bo .shown, but if included as a part of u general progi'Mii to improve the met- ,-i.s f a r as Connt»llsvil!e, c a l l i n g for ono lock each year for fi\e years, t h e n It lakea on. a. different a n p e c t . 'I ho po tontlal tonnage t h e n available, together with I u » flood control and water power f'vUuic.s gives the whole m a t t e r a diff-e-ent angle and we can present flprnrti- to bar-It up our claim;-;. Then (\lonol Halu cannot t e f i i s o bin ;ippro\al." The an n o u n c e m e n t f r o m the War D e p a r t m e n t f o i l own. "A p u b l i c h e a r i n g w i l l M held in ("ourI room Xo 3. pos*toflice b u i l d i n g , i-ornc-r F o u r t h avenue and J-ymiUiilelii street, I M l ^ b u r g , at 10 A.M..Monday, J a n u a r -u, iJi'SD, to f u r t h e r consider ·ho p c n d i n i r pronobilion of the lin- |iro\ e i n e t i t of the Yougliiogheny River J r o n i l,~th h l r e u , AIi-Koesport, to West Now ton, }'a. "All i n l c i e s i c d p a r t i e s aro invited to be present or to bo represented a t ; t h i s a l H j v B t j i n e a n d place, particularly | i u i \ i u j u t i o n l i l t i re£t i t a n d t h e o f f i c i a l s ! nf any cotu;ty city, town or local! isS'H i a t i o n wl ose uitercsls may b e ! a f l e c l e d by tlu proposed improvement ' O r a l .-.(ateiiii'nt-i will be heard, but for accuuicy of recoid all i m p o r t a n t l a c t H mill a r m r n o n t s should bo Mib- t n i t k d in w r i t i n g , i\f- the records of t h e h e a r i n g w i l l bo forwarded for con- M d o i a t l o n by l i t e \Var Department. W i i l t e n - l i i l i in(nt.s n i a j be h a n d e d to i h o u i i f l e r s i g m - l at the h e a r i n g or mailed to h i m beforehand " I By U n i t d Press. | PITTSBURO, Jan. 1.--The Carnegie j Steel Company today received ai ! order for fabrlcatul htael which in! volvos in excess -if $4,250,000 aue. .amounts to 53,000 'one. j The contract wa i let by the American Bridge Oompi ny, United Stateii Steel Corporation u n i t , and was placed by Starrett Brotlu re. Inc., throimh Poet Post Mc'ord Xew York. It j Is for the 85-fitory empire etato builcl- ; Ing, which w i l l be erected by the Starrett Brothorfi on the site of tho old Wiudort-Aeton i Hotel, New York Dollvery of tho ; teel, which will b« rolled at the O.rnogle Steel'H Home- steal plant will egln A p r i l 1 and will be completed in five months. The order is exi ceded in si/.e o n l y b y one of 60,000 t«ui« for the Merchants Mart. Chicago, one of th-e same a m o u n t for the 1 IcveUuid Tormina! and another for 2"0,000 tone for the Hudson River bridge. The present c o n t r a c t is particularly j s i g n i f i c a n t to local steel operator be- can«i it pract'icall- nsfiures the Steel Corporation of another sizeable 1n- creaee In tonnage d u r i n g the next few months. Coupled w i t h the large back-log report in u n f i l l e d t o n n a g e yesterday, the empire- contract ct n e t l t u t e s a d d i t i o n a l evidence that g e n e r a l business may bo expected to pr icecd nt a satifi- factory level and fiat tho current rc- cet=«!on probably v ill be of shortei d u r a t i o n t h a n oxp* cted Bunkr Borough's Fire Loss But $ Daring Year 1929 The fire loss In Hun bar borough for the year 1929 ahi m u t e d to a p p r o x i - mately $100 w h i l e i l i o damage to property o u t s i d e to w inch the Furnace T o w n f i g h t e r s w e t " called was more that; $22,000, i.ccoi lint; to the a n n u a l r e p o r t of the I J n n mr Volunteer F i r r D e p a r t m e n t K l o v e n fires rp-qu red the services of the firemen. Six o, those were located in tho borough anil no-it of t h e m w e n c h i m n e y f i r e s . T h e r e p o i t showr-d t h a t an a v e r a g e of 1 " i i l u i i l e u r a , w h u me- on the c o m p a n y s oil-,, i c b p o n d o d lo each call. Tho Veil in- o t t h ' properties w h i c h needed the service-'.-, of tho tiremeu was f,'!L',:550 Tho gross lo.ss was e M i m n l " d ?L'2,l!i2, covered b $7,S31 inBiiranco, leaving a net loss of $11,311,. Two of tho :naj( r fires in tile ·vici- n i t y o t D n n b a r « r « responsible f o r a, t o t a l lofeH of $11,i.nO. B o t h b u i l d i n g s wore b u r n e d to t 10 g r o u n d as the v o l u n t e e r s were n t called u n t i l the blaze had sot bej nd c o n t r o l . TV.O double ho liber, o w n d bv l l e u r y H i l o n were destroyed fu · a loss of ?7,100 w h i l e a largo iloul c-hoiihe o w n e d by Charles McGer; \va raxed w i t h $7,500 damage It m i g h t "e noted Unit these b u i l d i n g s were loc ited approximately 100 foot o n l i i d e ot t h e b o r o u g h l i n e . The lire-men US' d 7(2 g a l l o n s of chemical a. Apprehension Over Possibility Of Spread of Disease at Annapolis. EXPERTS STUDY MEANS OF CURE By U n i t e d Frets. Two deaths In the United Statee were attributed today to that b r i g h t and amusing dorneFticated bird--tho parrot. Physicians Raid thoy believed Mrfi. Q. Williams, who died at Toledo, Ohio, Wednesday, and Airs bouise Sclmeffer, who Mtccumhod in a Baltimore hospital yesterday, were victims of the, stranfo fever, psittacosis, whoso gernip are said to lurk in the feathers of the talking, tropical pet. Doctors were awaiting reporte on testa on Mrs. Schaoffe-r'« organs before definitely assigning "parrot fever" aa the cause of her death. From various cities and towns the United Press received reporte of 11 person* fighting the ravage* of the, mj-aterioue disease. A n n a p o l i s reported four, Baltimore three, Toledo one and Warren, Ohio, three. In t h o m e a n t i m e U n i t e d States Healtn Service experts were w o r k i n g night and day studying the m a l a d y . At the same t i m e in P h i l a d e l p h i a thre/o doctors and 35 senior s t u d e n t s of the Pennsylvania Veterinary School ar« c o n d u c t i n g hurried experiments s«ekii K a remedy for the dleeatie. ANNAPOLIS, Md., Jan. 11.-- Many citizens of this q u a i n t little c a p i t a l may iie walking a r o u n d w i t h deadly psittaooeis--parrot fover---j;ernw l y i n g d o r m a n t In their 3y«temn. OfllnHle of tho. United Stnten Public lie-alt i Service ndmlttejd to the United Press today they f on red f u r t h e r out- br'jak.! ot tho rare South American malady which has already Infected eight v i c t i m s here and in l l a l t i m p r e They disclosed 'for the first time, to- ifay t i a t many persons had come/ in c o n t a c t w i t h the diflcaefd parrot, C o n t i n u e d on FnKe Sji FIRST RABBIT DISCOVERED Edward W. Bok, editor a bmfchropist, leaped into vror] with hia brilliant book, AmerkMniB»faon of Edward has Jart diftd at tht! a.ge o; his Winl«r home nenr Lake Fla. TV sudden *9«.th noted ·writer, who came conntry from the Ketherb the age of six, followed BJ heart attack. id phi- l fame "The Bok," t Waiea, f th* o this nds t ncuta Slni?s Opoi'ii as iVIoflu'i s, ()loyhiff Ln.st Once \\m\ LornI Choir i EVIDENCE CLAIMED AMPLE TO INDICT TAYLOR'S SLAYER NEGRO NEAR DEATH FROM LOSS OF BLOOD AFTKRRAZOR SLASH - i p i i i a . 1 to 'J lit- ( J o u i l e i . V M O N T O W N , Jan. 11--I f u r r y t'jlo- n i i i n , -10, negro, of O r i e n t , was i uMiecl t o t h e I n i d i i t o MI H o s p i t a l e a r l y t b i b m o r n i n g s i i t t c r tig f r o m los.s of blood received t'i'om i razor cut w h i c h ext e n d e d a b o u t ills t h r o a t ulniotil f r o m ear l o e a r . t ' o l c i n a n t o l d h o s p i t a l a u t h o r i t i e s ho j had a n u r m r n e n t in the p a t c h at O r i e n t w i t h .11 n ROS..S and I h a t the l a t t e r d r e w bi.s ra/ior and slashed K in. \\h ! !e the \\ u d p i p c w a s not soveied, j t'.ie- los-, n t b i n ul w h i c h f o l l o w e d the ' make-- (Vicinal!'. 1 c o n d i t i o n ! l a i r He ^ a - . b r o u g h t to t h e bos- ' at 5.'in '"no L i n t i i m t o o k place t jij o V l o c U , n i.- said i PERRYOPOLIS BANK RE-ELECTS OLD BOARD AND STAFF OF OFFICERS Directors of the 1 Irst National Bank at Porryopolis w e i i(*-elooted this morning at the a n n u a l meeting of tho ^stockholders. Th-'y aro: M. M. Cochran, M. K. S t m w n , J. L. Cochran, C. T. Davidson, \1. K. Townscnd, Joseph 11. Strawn and H o w a r d Adanih. Tho directorw ch utod M, M. Ooch- rau as p r u s k k n t . H o w a r d Adams, first vico-p'rebident and ( a s h l e r ; J. I/. (Joch- rtm aiil M. E. K t r u \ n, vice-preeiIen(6. U)S ANOKbl-;?, J a n . J !.--"! ftx»l t h a t 1 havo enough evidence be-fore rno now lo obtain an i n d i c t m n l HI tho W i l l i a m Dehinond Taylor m u r d e r ease," District AUorney K U l s toW tho L'nHo'l Frees today. '"I flo not w a n t t h i s i n d i c i m e n t u n t i l wo a r » ablo to r e c o n s t r i i c t e v e r y ant:!o j o t w h a t transpired i n A l v u r d o street I n I h o night of K o b r u n r y 1, 1!)22, and aro c c r t j u n of a f on v it I Ion "\V can r e c o n s t r u c t tho entl.ro cri'ine now to o u r own s i i i i s l a c t l o n , but f w a n t con-i'rcte e-vidonce lo support the oii^ u n i t we me forced to brlilyc with M i p p o s l l l f i n and not w i t h fact.". "I hope and lMlio^ that we arc- n e a r to c o t n p l e l i n , ? our ovlik-nco. A premature- i n d i c t m e n t w o u l d block :ort i a!n .specific ho'pca we have of a .solution." lOdmini King, .special lnvvstl.gator for ih3 district attorn-ey's office, was in n o r t h e r n C a l i f o r n i a today to cjue.s- t i o n Otis HortiHM- and Henry I'oavcy, .tho t w o "los-t" w i t n o s h e s In tlw famous, case v ho were located and interviewed eaillcM- this wer»k by t l i o United \-7W U R K M I T O . V , , l a r t I! - whlspor a l.i-it \\ .ah I h it DP tor "KT on \slih the s h o w , ' cno \\ 1 ifh sc-nt MIHS M v r r a n «r of this, c i t y onto U'e 'ipe-i;. T h u r M l a y n i g h t to filtif' h(^r Ortlina-"- in th-o f a m o u s (i-c-rm "Die \ V a l k i n e " whll h t r mo dead hore. MLst Hinder, n member of mun Cirand Opera C o m p a n y , ^ Ing in nallimo.iv. Mil., and ua. ed thsr t h a t IMM- pa rout wj Sh« nwdo r.ipld p r e p a r a t i o n s t h o bodtddo bolor-t t i e end. j u s t i-pariiig- liisr a p y r h n c n t s-iH'ond te-lopram an no in cod t and Lho mother's d y i n g r-eiu( "Toll Mrrrir to j;o on ' i n g n n g It IH no wish," i»a.d motJin'n farnwell r y o t s a f f e H*M- inot'h-f-r. \Ir.i. ./fiinl^ N wife of Pr.inl; 10. It on if r, judg* 1 of U'ft Beaver Coiir-tv t v f r a!ne-fl c otiscioii'-nvs 1 -" s l ' o r t l j her d e a t h tnnn a p a r a l y t i c M i w hUper-wi t h f i»r- ^,ip,i -0 he t e r , Mr.*, I to mi In MIKMOI-J - -A dying d a u K h - wa» tlws C MILLION LOSS IN CLEVELAND ELEVATOR FIRE l.'i to be r-etnrniMl to Los Angel« to face Kills, u n d P^a\oy w i l l bo ro-tiu«sted to appear h o v e also if his story "to Kimg w a r r a n t s C f j l O V E L A N D , J a i raged all n i g h t had land drain and Mil valor to a maps of ing damage estimn All available lire I'lly w e r e called oil ered by the e x t r e n f o u g h t a hopele-.-R llnmcs t h r o u g h o u t t Cause of the f i n but i t i« t h o u g h t lo the g u i l n biiio 1 t b u. 11 --A fire t h a t r e d u c e d the Cleve' i n u ; Company ole- nniH loday, cauri- ed at $1,000,000. companies in ( b e . Firemen h a m p e- cold w e a t h e r , I m l t l i ! ac;auifit tho h e n i g h t . is u n d e t e j m i n e d lune o r i g i n a t e d iu · e l e v a t o i . SNOW OR SLEET OUTLOOK FOR EARLY PART OF THE WEEK V V A S I I I N C S T O N , Jan. I ! -- W e a t h e r o u t l o o k for the period J a n u a r y 13 t o IS, i n c l u s i v e : N o r t h a n d M i d d l e A t l a n t i c States, rain over south and snow or s l u o t , c h a n g i n g to rain, over north portion Monlav and Tuesday; then g e n e r a l l y fair for a day or two, followed by v u i n over s o u t h and a n o w or rain o v e r north portion; rising t e m p e r a t u r e M o n d a y or Tuesday, becoming nijld followed by colder middle of tho wecl\ and tt-imior again near ( h e end. SEARCH FOR BLOND EXTENDED TO DETROIT TWO HUSBANDS, FIVE LOVERS DIE AT HER HANDS IS CHARGE 1,1 i P · 11-. -,. PAUl.'l K. I i n I I t a.iu, d u i M i HIP t m r d f i ' ! « o h u . s i i . i ' i i l - , ,nic] in.. a n ' l i d ii' l i i i . " ' ii i h n i . \ !!,!..· it U i v y i r » M i , j i v Seek Young Fliers Missing After Try For Altitude Mark \ K \ Y \ O 1 5 K . . I a n 11 An ,111 fie, I s t , i i t t i i i n th-e b i l t i - t a t i l l toi t w o "voi ' e i d a j mad-e ail ai ltc«- hi^-li t h e i r nKi l u u c not been -f\-ii I ' a n i e ! M a i r n a n n i i t ; a U w o n t ,110; t ' s 1."' \ M I' i i d , i \ n i a ' n i tl . l l l l ' l t t l i - ' a ' t n a at lei-'f l^.un · i-o'd t d d a j to ig ni'Ml \Ui y e . - c n i p i t o Ihul o u t i i r - v o u l d f l v ami in e ! \ \ i l l i a i n K i r k .1 i ' I n n p l a n e at I l i v n . i n i i ' d I n , - S M i l i u i ; i c r l t o i By U n i t e d Press. HlTTSiHJUG, J a n , It.--Search f u r I r e n e Schrocder, s o u g h t in connect i o n ',\ith tho slay ins of Stall- 1 Highway P a t r o l m a n B r a d y i ' a u l , ruac.he'1 to D e t r o i t today, t o l l o w i r m a t e p o v t t h a i ,i w o m a n a n s w e i i n g t h e de'cri,)- t i u u o ' Mrs S c l u o i - d e r was seen t h e r e A I ' l l l s b u i L - r c s i d e i i i at D i - t i u i l ob- s e r x e d a v o m a . i i h n i r l e d h ] i u i c l i a ^ i i : ^ a W h t ' t ' l i i m , \V Va , n e i x s p a u o r a; i u i ' r t f j ·. l a n d d l e r « h e had in^ihted t h a t t i e hist c o p y o f t h e n n p c i , a l ready ( , ' s e i \ p ( i f o r a n o t h e r , h e R h m h e r S c c u r i n p t h e p a p e r - h e d i o e a w 11 \ V i t n ·--(". ·-rid t h i ' w n n n n ip'.cn I.tor! p u h U « h r l pho'cii'i ,i ph-. ,if Mr ic slage rolfl as Ul OPOTH her was ·he C!e,r- as play- i n f o r m s dying. Lo reach iTi/d was wheTi a e death, t. ith her rosiile-nt arts, re- beforo ike, and dauiili- f H a l t i - Aftxr tho performance Mi , lojirdcd ;i train foi P i t f - l i u i g o a U o n d t h o f u n e r a l Borneo. Misi Iteartoi saritt i n C'on e l l s v l l l B seveirnl yotu^ a,:o as , m e m b r of tbo c h o i r t t h » Pir-t (?tiited Prc, lylorian C h u r c h . F o l l o w i n g ni'-mber. t n t t h a i tlino w e i o .Mrs, J Fr-nvh K - r r , con- t r a l t o . Robe i t i, Wo-'iH-r. lo tor, and 11 K Ma c rn, liaii- A.is- lie, dor was a member of Iho c h o i r 'or a out two yoar j . KOLL CHILD HELD AT HOME OF COt NTY DETECTIVE DOWNING Sfieolal to T)i« Courier UNIONTOWN. .Ian 11.--If · old A l f r e d Koil can answor t tlon, "who killc-d Uonohoe?" is In poltlon to do s-o witho foronco from outolde sotircof A l f r e d , vory sloopy and s dlstiurbcid, a r r i v e d in UnlotH-G o'clock thk'i m o i n i n g in romp: County let«:U\e A. A. Dowi is being sheltwod at tho cy t'ictivo's homo u n t i l lie in c Coroner S A. R a i l / , to the stand next T u e n d n y a t l c r n o o i What ho know ;us to what w* tho homo of " A n n I nel«i" I July 31 when John K D n n o murdered. Alfr^d'a a'ttltiuk" on the stand next Tuesday aftornoon slatemoiit"} will receive t h ^ e.1 tontion from the IiMcsti,?a: thoriUes. Spe-cial Prosecutor Jones had an opportunity foi l i m e since ho assumed hairfc Investigation to question the U r d a y afternoon at th No police s t u l i o n In P l t t h b u r p asked if he hoard any r n i a r r e any shooting, or anyo-ie bein o\w tbo head, t h e lad assu n l l i t n d e of bow i l d o r n i e n t an find his t t a l e t n e n t , ended in e-nees and silence. Officials r e g a r d ( l i o boy's ono l i n k in u possible chain denco. A w a y f r o m i n f l u e n c e may have motives to "hush" t up, the authorities believe AH "corno across" \ \ I U i t h e t r u t h the o-ppui tuiiity. tx-yoar- 10 ques- he now t lulor- me-wnni .vn at (i ny with Ing and n ty de- llod by w i t n e s s to t o l l it on at ess laflt ioo was witness ami hla ·s'st at- ng au- A. K. ·ho first * of the ad yes- tli Side When ing, or struck led an ! fright ncoher- tory us of evi- w h i c h 10 c h i l d ·i-d \ \ l l l if g i v e n The Weathe Snow 01 sli'ot l a t e t o n i g h t n - H u n d i i . \ , c h . i u M i n s l o l a i n S u a d a t e t u p e r i i t u i p 1^ t u e n o o n ^ e u t l cd'-L tor \ V o s t e r n l-'ciin;,y!vanKi Tentperat lire Jiccord. li);5(l M a \ i m inn l i t M m i n i u m . .' ' M aa_n a. l o r e - Coniinned by Laboratory Teats Of State Health Deimrt- at Hnrrishurp- ALIQUIPPA REPORTS ONE I3y United Press Jan. 11.--Discovery ot three cas^a of pidaremm, or so- called .raibblt fover, in Pennsylvania, was anno-iiTheed to J. M. Campbell, chief of tho Bureau of Comrmmicabl* Diseases of the State Health Department. It. was the fix-at time tho diseas" has e.irer been dis-covered in PeraiByl- vanla. H-ereitofore It was not ibolle'veKj the disease could be contracted in this State, although in past years a n u m b e r of caaes were suspected, but their actual existence was not confirmed by laboratory tcflts. On-e of tho cases waj? oiriglnated at Aliqulpp/i, Beavor county, and the othe-r two in Harrisbnirg. In all t'hree oases tosts by tn« State laboratory in Philadelphia confirmed they were pula.remia. Pularemia is a rare malady which h u m a n e contract fro.m handlinp infe-ct- od rabbit", th-e germs being conw-y-ed i n t o the h u m a n system through scratc.h-eH, c u t s or abrasions which come in contact with tho groTm-lufect- ed portion of t.ho animal. S. S. AHENDANCE FIGURES COMPARED WITH A YEAR AGO Special to The f l o u r l e r . UNIONTOWK, Jan. 11--Forty-one tax oollec/tors of J'ayet e county wero ordered by Judge Thorvas H. H u d s o n this morning to have all "their back taxes Into the, county treasurer up to the year 1920 by the 'l-rst oE March. TheTB IB outtandhi'g FOinething like $250,90fl, it was- roveaUd by County Solicitor Josepb J, Raor. The collectors were cailled' befoiv- the court to have their bonds approved. The 1929 duplicates must be nettled Ty May fir^t, Judge Hudson informed, the collectors. This is under tho new liiw which m; Ices th-e necessity -of return much more rigid t h a n before. If taxes are f t i l l u n p a i d by January 1, then a penalty of one per cent la added and «a.le of the property follows The law is aimed largely at Iho "tax slackers" and makes almost mandatory the ^collection of taxes. Judge find son examined each of the bonds of the ·in-coming tax col lectors a.nd approved all but t, x. These will be liold imdor consido-rUSon u n U l the court is satisfied! of th sufficiency ot th« surety, ho announced. Collectxra failing to inako ro.tu.rnh will be held accoun.ta,bl^ on the bonids, it was pointed out by trie- court. The total amount of the bonds for county, township and borough purpose? exceeds $2,000,000. wlfh la^-t SiMKlay the CVniielsvlllo Ministerial Association will compile ea-rh week th-e attendance at f h o S u n d a y schools of the city. Th« I n i t f u l report Fho\\-s th-o First Moth- odisi ICpl?copai in tho lead, with th« T ' n i t e ' l H r e t h r e n as a C!OHO second, MI far as reports were received. Some schools did not report. For '.ho Rcbools whirti reporter! the n t t w i d n n e as compared w i t h a ysa,r l,as| Yenr, Seiioiil \Voct( ARO C h i n c h of t h e nrelhrcn . 90 77 Fu-Mt napti.tt . .170 17.i Flna C ' h r ! ' t m n 221 127 First 10\ani?ollo,al _1(S 120 i First iM-othodlsl Kpisoopal 322 M f t h o i t l n Protestant .. 215 First PrerfbyLoriati -- 2-52 Plr-vt IJnltwl Brethren Sftfi 'J07 fi*!rnt 1'nlt-fMl Pre-sbytp-rian 147 f/rc-r-nwood Af. K 100 101 .\lount 7.ion Baptist .. K7 B-l Payno Afrit-an M. E _ 50 Trinity R-efoniierl . .. ,, ,. . 77 BO St JoTtn's Oorman Lutheran 60 RO Salvation A r m y .- 5-3 80 Trotter C o n i r n u n i t y .... 33 U n i o n H u p l l s t _ SO 2S ARMY FLIERS OFF ON SECOND LEG OF FLIGHT TO SPOKANE DUbUTIt, Min,n.. J.ui 11.--The A r m y ' s "Arctic P a t r o l " ot IS planes took oft" from frozen St. fxmm nay s h o r t l y a f t e r 10 A. M . c o n t r a ! standard time, today for M'inot, N. D , on th-e K-econd ICK of t h e i r proposed Selfridge Pleld-lo-Spokano w i n t e r t r a i n i n g flight. Weather cotidition.s w-e-re fav-orn.ble except for s l i R h t snow flurries FACES 15-YEAR TERM FOR ATTACK ON GIRL Fellowship Dinner Of Sunday Schools Monday, January 20 Tbo anmia-l "fellowship dinner" of District No. 2 of tho Fay«tte County Sunday School Association will be h«lri on Monday evening, January 20, in tho d i n i n g room of t ie PMrst Method-is I Kpifc-opal Church. It will he served promptly at 6 : 3 ' t o'clock. Dr. F. J. Kcott of Pit sbiirp, former c o u n t y pre a idont. w i l l 1 e th-e ftpeakor of the e v e n i n g Sf-v-eral 'onnty officers w i l l be in attend a n:. Die Met/b-odi.st Protostant Sunday Krluol Orcb^stra will furnish tho inatrinHjntaJ music Those in charge havo wlUilieid announcement of t h f » vocal program for the p u r p o s e of f u r n m l i M g a plea,.=ant surprise. Those "dinners" havn b n v-r-ry successful from tho inspirational standpoint, and this ti f n o object for whicn they aro hold ereh year. All Sunday schools ( f tho dlstirlct haro boon invited. Thoto who wish to a t t e n d aro nslfed to get in touch w i t h t h e i r superintendents o ' with one of tho district officers. D. J. PATTERSON NAMED PRESIDENT TRI-TOWN FIREMEN UNtONTOWN, . I a n 11--"Do you r a u l i z o yon are f a c i n g a possible term of i n years In tho ponHentlary" JiKlg-p Davis W. Henderson asked Charles l^elton, a CO-yoar-old carp-enter of Westmoreland county, t h i s morning whon tho latter appeared before him to -enter a ploa of grulUy to a stain-lory chafffe. "M'hal aro you ROing lo about tliis?" continued tho court. "I though I we conlr' fix it t i p so that \vo coukl pay something," ropHod Felton. Fellon a d m i t t e d h-e had tftkoii 14- y e a r - o l d Dora S m i t h , d a u g h t p r of Mr and Ah-s. W i l l i a m A. Smith of B r u n e r Hun, walking through the woods last May 20 and d u r i n g t h a t tlmo had boon Intimate with the g-irl. Tho father fiaya his dauglitr is about to -become a niolh-or. Brunc.1- Run Is on the dividing line of Dun bur awl Stewart township. Judge Ilomleason directed that Pelton b-e comitteeti to jail u n t i l the first of M a r c h . D u r i n g t h a t t i m e he biig- gestcd t h a t some* of Ke I ton's relatives tnighl be abl-e- to raise s-umo money tsuHiulen.1 to pav Hie expcns-e of inntherh-ooil "If thai Is done MJHH c - o i i h i d i - r a l l o i i w i l l be K i \ e n in pa^.sinij s e n t e n c e although , \ u u ciinnot escape the p e n i t e n - t i a r y loi a long lei m," I he- l o i n l told Kellon l'orliiniM".c Cnbincl Jtesisn^. LONDON 1 , .hin. 11.-The PorlugiK-se c.ibinel ha.- tendered it 1 - r e s i g n a t i o n , . i i i o i d n i K I " d i - - p . i t ' b . i , here lod.iy '1'lun i i t l r i l n u c , ! t h e i r f i c t i o n i n t h o i n a b i l i t y "t i - m p | . ) l m i n i n t e t r - In IT-JI b n-n uii4«ri.uudlu.E on m a t t o i h of Oflicer.s to ficrvc for the- onuuing year w e r e elected and p l a n s mo.dc for tho a n n u a l banquet, to be held on Thursday e v e n i n g , February 21), at tho meeting P'rlday evening of tho Tri- Town C o m m u n i t y (D. L V.) Volunteer Fire Department .it Vamlcrblll. The titaff cliotjcn l o l l M « : Donald J. Pattoreon, p r e s i d e n t ; Reinold Wint e r h a l t e r , v i c e - p r p e l d e n t , Wray T. Ijalrd, secretary; A l b c r i G r a y , treas- u r e r ; Lester Barrlcldow c h i e f , Frank Keed, assistant c h i e f ; G-orgo Muli.sky, c a p t a i n ; Joiseph Ambrose, f i r s t lieu- t e n a n t ; A n t h o n y Bonadm, hocond lieutenant. The new membership carclfl and tho new constitution and jv-laws w e n t into affect, al the m e e t i n g Plans were I n a u g u r a t e d for the an- n u a l banquet on F e b r u i t y 20 in the Vanderbilt Legion room? Details w i l l be a n n o u n c e d later. ADOLPH BLESSING DROWNS IN YOUGH AT PORT ROYAL REPORTS SHOW 1930 BUSINESS HAS GOOD START J'rodietloii Made That Steel Industry Will Soon Bo at 85 Per Cent. SENTIMENT IS CHEERFUL B^ niOHATW) L U n i t e d Proes Flnan( ial WrHor NEW YORK, Jan. 11.--With a s u b - stantial barring' of advanca o"derfi sind confidence of the general public, A m e r i c a n prosperity in 1930 is off to a flying K t n r t , according to i c p o r t a io ' t h o U n i t e d Pre°. rYom every section come ndvlcoK t h a t sen'tim-ent ts c h e e r f u l , plants arc r u n n i n g near capacity, store sates are at record proportions aud that in- d u s t r y Is fairly h u m m i n g . On top of reports t h a t business wan Kood, the United States St-eel Corporation reported yesterday that hack orders at the end of 1929 were larger, tvith ono exception, than at any time .since 1926. Orders on December 33. )9'.'i), were 340.000 tons above a year .IK,) and 291,000 tons above the November 30, 1929, total. Simultaneously, it was reported t h a i the United States Steel Corporation was operating its plants at. fi5 per c e n t of c a p a c i t y ; Bethlehem Steel Corporation at 71 per cent of capacity and Central Alloy Steel at 70 per c u n t of tjapacity, representing gains of 20 i n 30 per cent over t h e laat week ot December. The automobile business has been whipped inlo intense/ activity by tho r e f o p t i o n of new models at the New York automobile show. Employment i n tho automobile i n d u s t r y at Detroit has accordingly been stepped up f i v e per cent. Ford unfilled orders alone total $58,000,000. I n the copper industry, activity is increasing AS large consumers like We-btingliouse Electric, General Electric and American Telephone Telegraph place large orders. A d d i t i o n s ' confirmation that the r e c e n t stock market decline had comparatively little effect on tho public's p u r c h a s i n g power is contained in s t a t e m e n t s by makers uf various clashes of f a r m equipment, l u x u r y lines and stock brokers. Increased a c t h l t y in the automobile industry, with 1JI30 production estimated at 5,000,1)00 u n i t s , has cauwd a i ovlval of a c t i v i t y in inachino tool and accessory lines. Some p l a n t s are r u n n i n g n i g h t a n d day. Stoel d e m a n d is ;dso s t i m u l a t e d and a g r a d u a l risc i n p r o d u c t i o n of btetl is expected. A high rate oE : por c e n t of c a p a c i t y is forecast for ( h e steel i n d u s t r y w i t h i n I ho n e x t t w o m o n t h s . Car l o a d i n g statistics w i l l show a very favorable cnmr-inson with the same period of 1HU!), .iccording to reports of carriers. Husines conditions at Chicago are reported f a i r l y good; in Cleveland :ih picking up n-omeiiMim", in Kan^a , C i t y s o m e w h a t m i x e d , a n d i n San F r a n c i s c o as "bright." WEST PENN POWER COMPANY GETS TWO VICE PRESIDENTS P1TTSHUHG, Jan. 11.--H. L. Alil- chell o£ the West 1'enn Power Company has a n n o u n c e d t h a t A. N. C a r t - w r i g h t and P. II. Powers had received promotions c a r t y i n g the till*, of vice p r e s i d e n t . Mr. C a i l w r l g h t , formerly genera! s u p e r i n t e n d e n t of operations in tin- power d i v i s i o n , will bo vice president in c h a r g e of all engineering and construction connected w i t h generation, transmission and * distribution. Hi; has been with the companv since 1903. Mr. P o w e t s , f o r m e r l y commercial m a n a g e r , w i l l he \ ice president in charge/ of all c o m m e r c i a l functions, i n c l u d i n g t h e o p e r a t i o n of the comp a n y ' s v a r i o u s d i v i s i o n and district o!ncc"5 .Mr. Powers has been connected w i t h the company since 1922. A d o l p h Ulehsiiijj, 60 Port Iloyal, near West d r o w n e d in tho Toughl nt PI I K Henry Wod'nef- Tho body has not been It was Mr. Blessing's t f r o m tho Port Royal uid to tho Fit/: Henry oac bring back tho man w "batched" at Port Iloyal employed at the Fltz He Blessing was a b o u t to boat w h e n he- mls.sed hi f e l l i n t o t h e river. voarM o l d , of Newton, W A S i K h c n y R i v e r day e v e n i n g , located. Ubtom lo row of the! r i v e r i e v e n i n g to 111 whom ho and w h o was iry m i n e , .Mr. i t e p i n t o t h e ; t o o t i n g and Mrs. Buster Keaton ; And Children Saved · From Fire in Home H O U A ' W O O D , Cal , ,1 in 11. - K i H ' - j Tiieu l e d M i s . l l i i f i t o u Ko U o n , t h o l o t 1 ircr X i i t a l l o T a l m n d g e . and her iwo ' c h l l d i e n lo w a l e t y heic t day as fl,am j s ' j i a r t l v d e b h o v f i l t h e c o r u ^ d i a n ' s IIOIIM- Keaton wa« n M a t home w h e n t h e bhix.o . s t a r t e d f i o m a n o v v r hoatod t u r na e F i r e m e n f j u n - l d y a i i b w ^ r ^ r l an ill arm a n d j i d e d o v p i M i n e t o s a l c t \ JOE CONSTANTS IS GRAND OFFICER OF LAW FRATERNITY Jof-ppli P. C o n s t a n t i n e , young Deni e r Hwye-r and a (Jonnellvillu m a n , WHO elected grand vico-prt'fiident of the i n t e r c o l l e s i a f e l:nv f r a t o i n i t y of Sigma Delta K ' i p j i a til t h e a n n i u l con- v e n t i o n h e l d i n _ A t l - i n l M , Ga., on December 20, :ju and '11. C o n s t a n t i n o was chancellor ot t h e A l p h a Hela Chapter a t W o - j t i n i n s t t r I,RM. .School »t D e n v e i in hit, bculor year In law p ciiool The i i / i t o r n i t y h a , more t h a n 50 e b a p t e r f , at various law scliooli, iu UM c o u n t r y . It w at, organized at th« I ' n U e i s i l y u f M i c h i g a n i n i H l f . The fn e i on f i n ml a n d d i n i n g ) n .it HO.OOO, Tv^o Killed When Auto Hits Trolley P I T T S l U ' I l f ! J'ui 11 H i d i n g home fi oni a S o d g i m e e t i n g a l t e r m i d n i g h t w i t h a l i u n d oi i hi; l a i n i l y , M I H . l { r v i l i p K o w d i i :i!), of I n g r a m , am! 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