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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, January 18, 1930
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L HxMfi ast JQdilion rice Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Best Advertising Medium in the Yough Region. * ' i VOL. 28, NO. f8. The M rekly Coiirlrr, Ifonnilpd J u J v / 1 7 , IST). Tlit; H u J l j Courier, Founded Ne» enilicr 1(1, H»02. .Iiily .IS, 1UV1I. CONNELLSVILLE, PA., SATURDAY ID VEND IG,' JAiNUARY IS, 1030. TWELVE I J A(JES. MORE THAN 100 EXPECTED TO JOIN CITY'S CARAVAN TO RIVER HEARING MONDAY REV. H. S. MYERS OF SCOTTDALE IS Certainly N«ed So.ino One to Fray for I.'K, "Trigger Winnim'' Says Was Minister of Ihfl Church The Brtilhron i'or-^loro Than 50 "Yenrs. of ®- Doublc Xumfoer Suggested by Congrcssmnn Kendall Indicate They'll Bo There. WILL LEAVE AT 7:30 O'CLOCK Coanellsville citizens hav.e begun to respond in their old-time manner to th- call of civic daty and when the caravan linos up on Mondav morning fo/' tho journey inio Pilts,lurg there will l?e more than 100 pwrsons ready io represent the proposed terminal of a canalized Youghiogher.y Rivor. Karly in tho wvck Congressman Kannuel A. Kndall wlt-ed that a dele- ga*lon o£ at 1-etust ~Q be present tor th» hosiring on the project, to be held January SO, at 10 o clock in the Post Ofl'ico building, Pittsburs. with Lieutenant Colonel Jarvs J. Uain. United States Army rngiiu or. Since then ronrtetlsville has awakened to the responsibility of makii^g a favorable- impression in numler3 at that all-important s-ession and tho list of thao wh-1 will go ia Ftea l-ily increasing. T h o Rotary Club yesterday named a committee of three to arrange for the preaonco and trans'KrUitkm of it membership. This i ommittee, mad-e up of Jos-eph K. Angl:, J , L. Evans and Mother of Eleven i Named in Henry Clay Man's Suit for Balm LONG TIME WITH LOCAL CONCERNS Special to Tho C n u r l e r . UNIONTOWN, Jan. 18.---Fayetto county's first alienation of affections euit in years will get uiuler way Monday morning when. Free'nan E. Little, Honry C'lay township farmer, appears in court to prosecute h i . damage suit against Squiro Lewis C. Thomas, also o£ the mountain township, who, Littlo said, has stolen tho aff ctions of his wife, Ida Mae Little. Airs. Little i« the v v l t e of 11 chil- Spe^ial to Tho Courier. SCQTTDALK J a n . VS.---Rev. l l c n r y Smlth Myers passed n w n y at his homo in Market street KYUlay evoHliiR at .1 o'clock from i n n r n i i t i e s of age. A son of the late Henry and Sarah Smith Myers, Rov. Myer.s was born near Ligonlfjr on July 17, 1863, and had resided hi Scottdulu for tho past 25 years. Uo had been a minister of the* Church of the Brethren for more than 'iO years. Kor 30 years ho was emplo} ed by the Shorrick Interest ot the Pennsville Coke C'om;aay and the Keystone I'lutiing M i l l of dren. nine of whom aro Mvlng. and all I Connelly-Hie, u n t i l failing health ranging ia age' at the - Imo the suit | c n l l b e t i Mm to "llnqulali active dut- was filed a j'ear ago, fro u 17 yeare lo 20 months. Squire Thomas himself is the father of elx children. / About flvo years ago tho Henry Clay ( farmer says Squire Thomas began t o . pay undue- attention to Ms wife. Ho , was not aware then wh it was going i on even when the sqn re- took his | wife to U n i o n t o w n alone as ho thought she- came in to do some · hopping. About e year before tl.o suit waa ! ftle1, says Little, lie notii ed that Mrs. P H O E N I X , Ariz., Jan. .18.---Slg ilug liovsclf as .the "trigger woiniMi,"' T eno Schroeder late l,iat night addre scd a lotler to a Phoenix man and wo nan who hard befriended her, acooTd'iti ; to police. Tlic- missives haid aho wit hod she had the strength (o got dowi on her IOTWHVS and pruy. "bcctiiico I : ure neod it." T!ie letter contained in pnrt: a "I received your mo.vt kind Ic ter and certainly a p p n c i u t c d it. 'on most cert.iinly have Jesus' In. 3 nir heart to write such a nlco lette . I am very glad you prayed for us .ud hope you would continue to do so. We certainly need aomc me to pray for tw." The letter was signed "Ihe trig rer woman." SENATE IS READY TO VOTE ANY TIME ON PROHIBITION Little was inclined to be quarrelHome llo-1-ert .Vorris, last night had bee-n j and inattentive to her domestic dutieti. pledged tho presence ff 50 per cent of j £ven his presence a source tho orgaimation and added 10 automobiles to the number which had pre- ·. ioualy signified their willingness to join th* caravan. Mayor H. D. MinerM is maliSn? pre)11 rat lone for two Strto Highway Pa- irol'tion to lead the proces.sioii to It is urged thai each car bo marked v, ith a small Americ'.n flag to that it may bo readily identif ed as part of tho van and not be subject to delays or hold-ups by t-affic. regulations :n t io communities tnrough which it will travel. West N'ewtoti got In touch with the ]oa.rd of Trade offlo© here- yesteTday and said Its caravan -vould line up in .Maip street, at tho 'oot of the aill ther-. and join with »i« upper YougU valley groups ou arrival. The Connells«ille rnaohines will KO to Srottdale. there to be met by any delegates from Daw.-:on, Dickerson Run, Vanderbilt, Smittiton, Layton or Jacobs Creek. Thoss going from Uuiibar or South Cornellfiville will set in the starting llr.e here. Arraagomonts aro being made with th-e McKeesport Chamber of Com- m-eri-.* to have representatives meet tbe caravan tn Versailles and condiict it through to Pittsbnr;;. Th«J starting time- here is 7:30 o'clock sharp and niao'iines will bogir. to IVnea up at 7 A. M. of displeasure to her h- says. She showed such kind ot tis ileasure toward him that Little affirmed her mind was prejudiced at 1 poisoned against h i m . Ho Ida ires Squire Thomas a6 the man. J Thomas denies entirely t h a t ho hap ! shown the slightest bit of affection f o r j Mrs. Little and the only associations ! he has had has lioon in . neighborly wiy, dropping in to see the Little family as one mountains r neighbor w i l l do to another. Freeman Littlo is entirely wrong in his su: pic-ions, tho elderly squire declared. les. On April S, 1870, Rev. Myers w a s , utiited ii\ raarriago with C w t h p r i n e N u l l at MclCcau Old Stand, west o f 1 Rufffldalo. Mrs. Myers and the fallowing children survive: t ' h a r l c s J. MyorB, Misses Edna and Mary Myi;r» and Mrs. Surah M. H i l l of H c o t t d a l e , ono grandc lild, Mrs. ilobert l i y r n e and one great-grandchild. Joan Byrtif, also of Scottdale, a \ \ d two stjitevH, Mrs. Lena Poole and Mrs. Jdlir.iitinlh Stcclu of Huffsdale. The f u n e r a l service w l l f b o h e l d at the lato res-idoncv, 119 Market street, Monday n f U moon at 2 o'clock., with interment in M o u n t Lebanon Ome- torj' at Tarr. CENSUS TAKERS WILL BE NAMED DURING MARCH One Enumerator Will }{« Selected for l-JaoJi Kleetion Prceind, WALLACE MILLER IS SUPERVISO * p r e p a r a t o r y to the eompii i- Ikm of the IfCiO 24 h LOUIS FIRESTONE OF BOLLSKIN TWP. ' DIES AT AGE OF 96 150 Are Expected At County Meeting f Legion Tuesday 150 -persons will be 'i! a f t ' - m l a n c e T u e s d a y evening at the rooms of -Milton I.. 15 shop of tho AnxM-1-un I^eion in tl e nnmt-Taine Hu'ldi xg in N o r t h Pitts- mrg Mrer-t for t h e gi MogUlier r a l l y of c o u n t y Le- niotiii; I re.1. 1,oc;l members are re-quesieii to t u r n ut iu Uiri;» niuui -rs t-o display to tho M v N i t i n g posts, that the L/o- irlimmiirc-s in C o u n c i l . - ' i l l e are ever- alert j i n d to he-in \isit oi the nut of town W o r l d War veteran*, more Carl C. T i i i s t i n a i i , comitunider of the ·J Hh ili.-trU't, wntmicint Fayotto and Somerset co-uaticK. w i l l !* in attendance. F r u n e i h M. lirad.' of Conneils- .. Ill*- i ml f ' h i U p rir.iunn of G r i n d - ·»lom\ tSHibCauts to Wu, '"Hnstmau. also v,\V in pri-;eiit. There w i l l be- ititL-ic by Kiferle's DAGUE ADMITS HIS IDENTITY TO SHERIFF AT ARIZONA CITY By UnltciJ Press PHOENIX, Ariz., Jan. S.--One of the two men arrested her« last Tuesday with Irene Schroede!. "trigger woman." has admitted In Is Glenn Dague, wanted in I'euns) Ivanio/ on charges of m u r d e r i n g n t tate Highway Patrolman. Shcrlfi Charles White announced today. "All we wanted was thir admission of identity." Sheriff \Vi ight said. "Pennsylvania authorities say they have the evidence w i t h wh ch to convict him oi the slaying of COL-p'iri-.! Brady Paul." Wright said the confession identity came this m o r n i n g after hours of questioning. U a g u o previously claimed to be Albert W i u t l rop. / N E W CA.STI..E, .Tan. IS.- Five police officers left Xew Castli today for Phoenix, Ariz., to extra lite Irene Schroorter and her two accomplices for trial in connection with the killing of State H i g h w i y "atrolman Brady Paul last December -7. The party was expected to reach Phoenix Monday night tun! to begin the r e t u r n the f o l l o w i n g ' d . - i y . The group was headed l.y C o u n t y Detective H. M a r t i n I*ee of bawrouco county. The others were P ilicewom- an Minnie McKibben of N w Castle, Lieutenant Thomas Boettm-r of the ] State Highway Patrol, She; iff Frank ! N. Johnston of Lawrence county and j State Highway Patrolman Krucst j.Moore. The last, wounded In the gun | battle that was fatnl to P a u l , will be j the identifying witness). j Charles Evans, Henwood, W. Va., j boyhood fr ( lcnd of Thomas Crawford, j Irene's brother. s,(ili t h o u g h t by Louii F i r e s t o n e , 9ti yrors old, a w e l l - k n o w n resident of J3u!U;ki!i township, di'd at the Conncllsvllle Stato Hospital at 6 o'clock this morning. Ho bad been ». patient t h e r e for a week, receiving treatment for a hip which was b -okon when he fell !:ifat September. The accident occuiro'i in his home he slipped from a chair. Mr. Firestone was born in Somerset county, a son of tha late Michael and Klizaboth Mac Firestone. For more than 50 years ho hiui been a r e s i d e n t o! flullskin t-.wush.1p, where he I n l lowed tho oceapaUon of a f a r m e r and lumber man. He Is s u r v i v e d by two sons and five daughters. Th-»y are Austin and Firestone, boUi of Uullskln t o w n s h i p , Mrs. Ida La.igenheim of Burge-tts- town, Mrs. Umrna Nicholson, Mrs. Mary Sidebottom, Miss Myrtle Firestone and Mrj,. Sadie Calhoun, all of Pittsburg. One sister, Mrs. K a t e Grimm of N'oi nmlville, also survives. Tho body WAS removed to tho funeral parlors of J. 10. Sims and pro- pared for b u r i a l . This n f l c r u o o n it was taken to i h e residence at Breakneck. Funeral service will be- held at tho home/ at J o'clock on Monday afternoon ti.t the home and at 2 o'clock at the Rich Ilill Church. Kev. Jacob UarletlH w i l l odiclate. Interment w i l l be in IUeh Hill Cemetery, and d i n n e r w i l l be served. | i '"" lsy "* I »? «"»inovm«s to Do pos- ·n-o mirrMv-e of the- qi ivrterly mMt- i Slbly t h o tlurl J»''soner he 1,1 in Ari- ·,,".'is to develop a u n i t y in tho Fayo n a ' accompanied tho offlcors. C'raw- oUe c o u n t s Legiofinair^ so that the ! iord "' as »*TM** b ' l°»re as the t h i r d various un.lcrtakincs o! the different i '"ember ot the trio, which w a s --" ' Posts vill rfice-h-e the- l u a r t y tion £ the others hav « ki!!e(1 census In the t r l r t , embracing !'"« ·- ette mid Soiiiet'tsot c o u i i t i o K , an- be! 1 g worked out by ren.'.u-, H n j i e r v i B r Wulluco M i l l e r of Unioiuow \, who « fo have charge of Unit work hf-re, At the preterit tlmo Mr. M l ' I e r it; r - colving applicatioriB, f t o i n scor?« if pot-Hons who dctslrn to bo fielctaod f r tho task of Rccuring not o n l y a cor - pilation of (he population of tho var - OUH localities but a n u m b e r nt o f h r phases o£ i n f o r m a t i o n t h a t th« mifioi - ul g o v e r n m o n t wauta. According to orrungMiir'nts that ai 3 being worked out, no CC'IIHUH t a k e i i w i l l he chosen before March 8 or J . When the persons aro Bcleite*!, o n 1 will bf named for each v o l l n g pro-cim ·. and t h n person who ia picked for ) h work w i l l 7)o aesigiuid to the electio i district in which be or nho ruairto' . In view of the fact that the c o m p i l a - tion w i l l bo much more complicate- and considerable a d d l t i o n n l m l o r m a lion ia desired, it is hoped to have Hi person do tho work tn (ho Ux'.aUt. with w h i c h lie or fihe in fa mil in r. The- work of compiling the v.irlou sl.atlsllc« will bo started on A p r i l aad It is hoped to h n \ o the t a n k com pleted In the cities, boroughH atu townships w i t h i n two wcokB M u d more tlmo is to be allotted to tho outlying tliatrictfl, p n r t i r u l a r l y tho inoun talnoiiB sections wlu-ro the euumera- tora will hftvn considerable ( i l f h c u l t j in g e t t i n g around. TS'o Hope of Repeal "Endorse- m e n t b u t Wets Want, members on Iteuord. HOUSE ACTION UNCERTAINTY Sportsmen Look For Shipment of 10,000 Rainbows FELLOWSHIP DINNER OF DISTRICT SUNDAY SCHOOLS MONDAY NIGHT A largo g a i l i e r i n g of members of tho Sunday acliool« oE tho Counullu- ville dtetrictjn expected to ,'tt.lend the annual fullowsl'lp dinner Monday even i n g at fi:30 o'clock at the First Methodist Kpis-jopal Church, accord- Ing to i'resident f^. G. Hoover. Judge J. \v". Dawson, county president; Frank II. Steen of Hello Vernon, county secretary, and Dr. Francis J. Scott of Pitisburg, former county president, w i l l Te among the speaker 1 .-;, Tho Methodist Protcfitaul Orchestra will play. Thero w i l l he special vocal inu.sic. I K. S. names, c h a i r m a n of the fish committee of the KayelU- C o u n t y Fish Game Protective ASKOI iatiou, announced on Friday e v e n i n g at the m e e t i n g ot C o i i n e l l H v i l l o local at I h o 13. O. Railroad Y. M. C. A. t h a t ho had received a 1 otter from Oomtnls- slonpr O'Malloy of Uic, .Fi'deral Dep a r t m e n t of Fisheries H d i l f n g thai rultibow t r o u t would be «ent h, i re for j early Rpring' delivery. Sportsmen expect .10,000 ( f o u l in tho shipment which in all probability w i l l bo placed iu M i l l Run, Big Sundy creek, Dun bar crook, Hack Creole and Indian creek. EDWARD GIBBONS FARM IN FRANKLIN TWP. SOLD HOME DESTROYED BY FIRE Kdwa xl t i i h h o i i p of hip t'art-i ot" I t ' O u-i CH a i d n seven- room biiuso i n Kr.ti:U!i:i t o w n s h i p io .loh'i Flcik (c Brow ii'-vlUo Tl\ v.a- i lo--('ii en J a i i i i u r . x I V i r X I O N T O X V N . Jan. V S . - F i - e origi- r u n b u r has e o l d , nating from an overheated f u r n a c o Friday c o m p l e t e l y destroyed room homo oC Mr. and Mr 1 C o t i u w u y . n e a r Markloysburg the K - 0. leal ; ,1. \\. T h o r n t o n 1'nsvs t'ris J. \V I ' h o r n t o n , chief 1 -pa'cli !!to Hal 1 .im"HP .(.- ij i l l o£ p n v u n i ' i n S, ·r for u::iu H u l r o n l , \s ho i .u hi--. 5n!iK' in the- Frigid Wave Gives Dog New Life Lease Warmer, With Rain Or Snow Forecast For Next Week By L'mted Press. WASHIKGTOX, Jan. IS.---Weather outlook for tho period of J a n u a r y L'o to 25 inclusive: North and Middle A t l a n t i c States, genurully f a i r Monday, rain or KJKHV Tuesday and \Veilnesclay; mostly rain ove. - tsoutii portion, then generally f a i r weather probable u n t i l tibout Matur- liiy when r a i n or snow i iiuliculed. llising t e m p p r a l i . r p Moixliiy or Tuesday, reachln«. i i d r m a l hy Tuesday; colilcr Tluu'fSiU'y aiut M m e \ \ h i i t w:inner ly S u l u i - l a y By P A U b H. U n i t e d Prows .Staff C o r r e s p o n d e n t . WABHINGTON, J a n . IS.-- Senate wel.s and d"ya arc ready to go on record on repeal of Uio IStli Amend- tncni. which is before them in the Blaino vaaolution. It will bo the drat test vote on t h e prohibition amendment since it was ratified 11. years ago. I n v i t a t i o n s for tho lesl o-f strensth were isaui/d today by representatives of tho opposing factions. Senator Borah, Hp-publiruii, Maho, outspoken dry leader, announced his willingness for n vote a: any time, w h i l e Senator Blaine, R e p u b l i c a n , Wisconsin, a u t h o r ot the resolution, said ho woul.l expect a vato as soon as the turltt bill ia out of tho way. Chairman N'orrls of the Judiciary Committee w o u l d report out the roHolutlon -- adversely-- and let the Senate decide. A check by tho U n i t e d Press showed that Blaine can hope for no more than 20 of this 9f senatorial votes*. Borah predicted no more, ( b a n eight would go on record Cor repeal. We-ls admit they h a v e no rhance- tfc win but declare tliey w a n t to place every s e n a t o r and House m e m b e r on record so his vote would be an issue when he comes up tor reelection in November, frys, slrongor n u m e r i c a l l y t h a n ever (hey have been, have no w o r r y about. Hie result ot a test. While tho Senate in ready for a \oti\ i ( is by no meant) certain the House w i l l follow suit. However, R e p u b l i c a n Floor Leader TllHon said today hi w i l l not s t a n d in the way oC a test voto on prohibition there "if our members desire lo follow tho !-arl ot tho Senate." He said the. j . J u d i c i a r y Committee m u s t report ' t h e r e s o l u t i o n . This c o m m i t t e e ron- ' t a i n s sovernl p r o m i n e n t wet.s, but has 'a d r y m a j o r i t y . ] D u r i n g the hist^few years it has pocketed all wet and dry proposals w i t h the i m p o r t a n t exception of the Jones "tlve-and-ten" bill, so that holds no sure promise of action on tho present p r o p o s a l . Many House members, it is k n o w n , do not care to go on record. Blaine said today he did not oxpe-ct the S e n a t e to pass tho resolution. "Tho present tcmporature of the Senate ia strong again,m it," ho said but it is well to keep the- IKSUO before the people and let them know how their representatives in CongrcKB stand on the issue. "The voto w i l l be preceded by m u c h i l l u m i n a t i n g debate. "Sometime wo must coruo to the realization that tho 18th A m e n d m e n t c a n n o t ' b e enforced. I believe t h a t the lime will come- soon. Tho tlrys surely have conlklcMice in the efforts ot Mr. Hoover to enforce it. I do not say I have, hut they have. Well, If ftfr, Hoover Is unable to enforce it, tho drys must reach (he conclusion that it should bo amended. That is the hope T have." Borah scoffed at, the idea of repeal. His statement and that of Blaine'a were backed by t h e i r respective associated, showing clearly that tho issue was jio personal feud between them. { A flurry on t h prohibition a m e n d - ment was scheduled in the House today when RepvHenlaUvo La, Ouardia, Republican, New York, planned to make a point of order against the $34,000,000 a p p r o p r i a t i o n s In th-e pending TrwiHnvy appropriation, bill, the amount designated by the budget for enforcement activities next year. La, Uuardia contends the ISth A m e n d m e n t was not -constitutionally ratified by the Souate, but little stock has been lakon i n ^ h i s contention by wets and drys K.of C. Lodge Observe Its Silver Anniversary Soon 57 Severe Cold Exi'iids From ( ' n i n i d i a n ?urUi Almost To (-lulf of Mexico. I'lan* for the silver anniversary of Yoitghiogheny Council No. 043, Knighle of Columbus, will he nangur- ated on Tuesday evening, J a n u a r y 2S, u.t. the next meeting of the organization. On Wednesday, J a n u a r y IS, the council rounded out, its 25th year of existence, it being chartered on January 15, Ifl05, according to the charter which is hanging in ;he- c l u b rooms In the Stader B u i l d i n g in N o r t h Meadow lane, The nature of the program and the I tlmo o£ ila presentation, SOUK time in early spring, w i l l bo brought to the attention of tho members. Ma ly committees will bo designated to look after various phases of tho silver jubilee. | The charier of the council, signed , |]y bldward L,. Heara, supremo k n i g h t , j befira tho names of tho f o l l o w i n g . c h a r t e r members; j Kev. F. A. Brady, riev. J. T. Burns, j Rov. P. C. Diuiner, V. H. Solhson, ( Joseph L. S tad or, Junirs K. K e l l y , J. [ | \V. Madigau, JCdward B u r n s , P. J. j Tormay, J. J. DouglH-rly, Haymond _L. I Hyan, Thomas Logan, H. J. 5-haufih- | IIPSS, Julni Howe, T. V. Uonega.i, T. B. | D o n n e l l y , 10. A. Donegal!, J )hn ,!. i Driacoll, V. T. Harry, J o h n V r . Ttal- sLon, John F. Stahl, W. K. IT: rrison, W. !·'. Soishon, lid ward M. M e i i l z o r , i I J . J. I l a r r i g a n , A l o y s i t i a Coll, J o h n II. i Miller, C. C. MrC-rath,- I I . .1. Boslet, P. j. »·'!}· tin. Jr., I'atru-k J., W a l l e r U. W h a l e y , \V. II. Todd, \ r t h u r 1'. Byrno, Jinncs J. O'Shaa, ('".. A. · Dublin, John I r w i n . VI. M. Brill. Or. H. J. Coll, W i l l i a m J. C o u n c i l , J ' i i t r i e k J. O'Connor, J. 1- Dixou, J. i . Mc- Dornioit, \V. 11. SuiKMn. C. K. .Vionan, j J. X. SoSsson, H. K. I r w m , Ja nt-h J. j McUou and C. Brady. IN OREGON By U n i t e d Press. CHIOAGO, Jan. IS.--Misery camped all over the western half of the United Slates today, witli refugees in Uio flooded Mfd-Soiitli, with marooned parties In the blizc.ardswept. western m o u n t a i n s and w i t h the population in general as an almost unparalleled cold \vrivo- clamped down everywhere. M a r r o w - e d i l l l n i ; cold was the rnl« from the C a n a d i a n nort 1 - f o the G u l f of Mexico and from t h e pleasure resorts of t h e Pacific Coaat to the Ap- palachiun.s. A low of 57 rii'gi'ecH lie- low zero ai rk-ar Crnek, iieur Soneca, Ore., climaxed t h u f r i g i d i t y l i s t . The Columbia lllvor there was fro;;uii over solid. A blizzard ·')!' u n u s u a l ferocity hit-bed n o r l h w u H t Texas and t h e w h o l e South wear was ptimmeled by I'.y gales. Seventeen persons, trapped in a cabin neiir K l a g H t a f f , Ariz., were- reported sat'i' by Mr, and Mrs. J. W. t l i h l r o d . mombi-rs of the p a r t y , who f o i i K b t t h r o u g h K i i o w d r i f t K to the t o w n . Re-5c,..' crews had been beaten back by t h e htorm. Kiiu'wini; \v;ia u c n l e in the flool- swopi sections of southuru I n d i a n a , [ l l i n o l b , A r k a n s a s , Tcini"SK«c, Missouri and Mississippi. l l n u d r t i l - ; "f ref\isrcieH, driven from their homes by t h e m o u n t i n g f i d e t h a t poured t h r o u g h levco b r e a k s am, t u r n e d the region I n t u an mUuul pea werr in a d'.'.speralu lilisiu bcciiusc of the bitter cold. M a n y t'amilicti were t r a p p e d i n t h e i r h o m e s a t n e r k f r Chapel by t h e hre.ik in tho \ V h t t e Hivor levee u u a r Hazlctoii, Imi. Several s o u g h t rc-fuge in the upper s t o r y of a school houso. S h o r t a g e ot m o t o r b o u t s hampered rescue. W i n d s c h u r n e d waves in the \:u', Continued on Pagu Twelve. n^ CAPSTAN SALESMEN , M A n r ,,,,.,, ,, ,,,,,, WILL LEAVE TONIGHT MORE THAN 9 '°°° The I52 salesmen of i h c Cii.piHan Oiass Company who are attending the a n u u u l two-day convention at the piaut at South Connellsviilc will leave tonight at 7:20 o'clock Cor Chicago w h e i e t h e y will gather i'or tlie National Cuniiftrs Association rail} next week. Addresses by 0. Fred Rienian and B. II. DeMercll were uu t h e program this afternoon. Mr, Rieman wan to o u t l i n e t h e o b j e c t i v e s of t h e s a l e s m e n | lor the c t i r r e n i fiscal year w h i l e ATr, i HeMerell was to talk on "Homo Jui- i p o r t a n t Points t'ot 1 Kinphasis." i This m o r n i n g , Mr. D r M e r o l I ;jiokp ' o n " A m m u n i t i o n " w h ! l » Crovt-r t!. 1 c o n d u c t e d a i l i K i ' i t s s i n n on i "Credits." I The salesmen last n i g h t were guests ! a l a (liuner at I he I M c - a m i n t \ a l l e y C o u n t r y Club. ' ' i Mi--. M n r j Mu.-v ' HI. il'. \V-C«.l W A I K K l l A X , 111., l . s - \ .iS'j, (icoixc Van V i i l U c i i h u t u i- foniied his p u l N - o (Ing, TrlxLe, i '.he was [!'. i l f t i o s t n o i i i - . l b t ' I-.VHPO t h e s r v m n d frozen. Y e « : e r d o y he diif; ,i sravo, ti'.c b a r d t r o u i i d , 111"! \ s c n ; T i ^ ' v l p 1 - ))'i(!% A lit 1 to iU a f r o m a t i ' H i i d hoc, MH- Uo; b l n r - r r a m i col t i j i A v e t r r i n a i He r i x u - t t . r \ i i i i c m i c i l 01 ItlaiiU', l a U - J K X S B l ' l t C , i s A cur- o u c i ' s .lui'} yr-sl ?rilay cvoner.iU'tl J. C. Mnoi e ot any blame in t h e d e a t h of Chavli-s Comii ;:lcy of '.'oiuielli\iil; who wtip k i l l e d n e a r I r w i t i wlu-n ,1 M e " ' t n p k n i K - k l e n t i h e ; u - d r h e n bv M o o r r iiml in .vhlch ' o m i n " l » \ \\IIK r, ( U b M - f t - i i . I ) ' oki- ;,tul ! u - i -,! A I . , k.Ml. f-rf-vy fry v Ihe Weather Uie H Knmv a n d colder t o n i g h t ; S n i i d a y warmer, i l o u d y is ( h e - noon weather Corccast (or W e ? i c v n 1'Miiih.vh a n i a .Uccord. Ma 1u DOG LICENSES ARE ' ISSUED IN COUNTY More than S.OOO Fayette ootintians lave, already secure liceiiKus for tlieir logs compared with approximately ,100 at the same time last year, ac- ·ordiag l.o John M. Mare, county ·epresenUuive of the bureau of aui- nal h u s b a n d r y of the D e p a r t m e n t of \ g r i c u l t u r o ot Pennsylvania, who isiled The C o u r i e r yesterday and rged that it make an appeal to all i og o w n e r s lo secure t h e i r licenses ; t once or t h e y w i l l be liable to j rosp'.'iition, While t h e tola! of licensed dog.s is i inch greater ( l i n n Mst year, m a n y j eoplc h a v e nefilei led I h i - i d u t y as i in bu gleaned Irmu (he f a c t ( J i a l t u're are lf,300 doi;-i in Fayettu ! i viuiiy. The t i m e tor securing 1 censes expired on . J a n u a r y 15. l l o w ( /cr the o w n e r s are reqiiehtuU to .4ft i icin at oiicr f r o m ihe coiuiiy t r c a s irer'rt oillt'c in V n i o u l o w n . " I n compliance w i t h the l,iw of 1 'M in regard to licenses of dogs, a l l o the c a n i n e s m u s t wear c o l l a r w i t h t. us securely a l l a c h e d . This matter u ust bo a t t e n d e d to ai U U C P ,1-1 t h e S a t e w i l l r i u l d l y enforce i h i a l.i .v. \ MI !-hoiild K c i - u r e v o i i r lag?- ··() ·.- u \ v i l l n o t bf l i a b l 1 io pi;('*-'' in ,\ · H a r e aid. KENNETH A, REID ELECTED DIRECTOR OF GAME LOCAL Ohio uiing. ·ecre- S. tHov- K e n n e t h A. Held was elected director of ConnollBVille Local oi Fay- otto County Fish At Came 'Protective Association at the m e e t i n g " me mho r a in tho Haltimorw S- Railroad Y. M. C. A. Friday ev Mr. Reid diiccoeds Vic.Ur F-ehor. James fianninK was named tary-lreasuror, siiocecding J Cooper. The membership contest was otighly discussed and it was voicil lo award three p r e m i u m s for t l i e l a r g est e n r o l l m e n t d u r i n g tin- c a m p a i g n which immediately wan started. H. L. Krepps was chosen chairman ·{ tlie conlcst commiilce ami all of ( h i persons who mooiire niomborships will report to him. Bdwnrd K. Dick, Jr., is chairman )C the mcnilx'TShii) ca.m- paign. It is hoped t h a t tho goal of S0( w i l l 1)0 readily passed. Last year th : eu- rollment was -191! and the- ussoci Uion p y p o e t ^ lo besl t h i s iigiire bel'or" the end of (ho month. The first, s ' c o n t l und t h i r d prices will be desiijnat.'rt at a meeting In two weeks at which time arrangements also will be mad- for a smoker. Rev. K. I I . Hlevcns, pastor of ( h e First. B a p t i s t C.hurch, a well lu-ovii bportsman, gave a t a l k , urging the members to get ouldoors more often. BROWN POST WILL MEET MONDAY NIGHT Rumored Change In Fire Chiefs Held Unfounded J t u m o r s c u r r e n t since the i n a u g u r a lion of t h e city administration tluii radical changes wciv in be made in t!n; tire department, together with t h e diniiotion of Chief William E. Delink seemed to be u n f o u n d e d when it. «a learned t h a t vnrious mpuiborii of tl i C i t y Co U t. c i! were satisfied with that d e p a r t m e n t as it is, and especially w i t h the a d r u i n i K t r a t i o n of (lie chief. DoUoll, himself, when atked concerning t h e rumors, haid he- had licarrl them and personally visited the iiicm- bers of Council to d o l e r m i n o if there was any foundation for the reports. Ho was ilifornied, he said, that h« hail "nothing to worry about." Inasmuch as Mayor II. D. Mtuerd is giving considerable- deliberation and care to the selection of a police chief- and that ullico Is still vacant, tho stories relative (o the status of the m-e- department porsist with regularity. Mayor Mitterd has indicated t h a t his choice will bo made k n o w n lioon. Then thosu who get A keen enjoyment out of "guessing contests" will have- l i i t l i l e f t lo (lie. i m a g i n a t i o n and tin* rity will resume i t K u s u a l n o r m a l lii'a. MANY SEALS LETTERS REMAIN UNANSWERED Walter B. Brown Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will hold its regular j meeting Monday n i g h t at S o'cloc!:, al which time plans will be made for the forthcoming observance of the a n n i - i versary of the battle of Malate, t h e j opening of the P h i l i p p i n e I n s u r r e c t i o n , i In which a great m a n y Councils^ illo I tUlle eoldiers took part. ' The obnei'vance will the 1 )rm of a b a n q u e t on February 1. REVIVAL WILL OPEN MONDAY AT WHEELER Sprclu.1 to The Courier. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 18.--Four thousand C h r i s t m a s seal letters still remain unreported out of the total of 20,000 sent out, Miss Maxine K. J-5io- besheimcr, secretary of the Fayette ComUy Tuberculosis Society, reported morning on her return from the convent ion of tho organization at Erie, Pa. Despite t h e large a m o u n t of unreported m a i l Miss Uiebeshoimer opti- misticjilly stated that Fayotte c o u n t y made a lavorabk 1 s-howiug as compared w i t h tlie other counties of tho Stale in 1929. | Faycttu c o u n t y is now s u p p o r t i n g \'\2 w h i l e plague, cases in I b c threo j . s l a t e s a n i t a r i u m s a t Cresson, M o u n t ! A l t o a n d The C h u i ' c H of Cod at Wheeler in- vite.s the puhli! to i i t i e n d tlie r e v i v a l w h i c l i i« to he opened t h e r e M o m ' u y , evening by Dova W i l l i a m s , oil Pi't- burg, state, e v i i i i f t o i l h l . ] i 5 . !. I l i K K P " ii ' h e p a l l o r . BISHOP POST MEMBERS ASKED TO JOIN CARAVAN DeBLASIO FUNERAL MONDAY MORNING The fimi-i-ul -PI" Sci« lor i''vor Hla.sio, U u n h a r l i i g h school boy bu h-eld .Monday nux'iiing. The film" al i p a r t y will leave t h e home in H a i l - j road v ( r e H at I I o'clock and RO to ot the A m e r i c a n juiu tli-e I'oo-'ler.s of tin- i an!ili/,.uin p i o j i J C £ i ! ) ,ii" n r i f c i l t o of CoiincDf v i l l e Yoti!ihwi',lieiiy I ( i \ t - i 'i-i ivlio aiv e-ohiK to St. A l o y s i u i C h u r c h , w h e r e a br si n ire w i i i be euirltirtf-d by t h e p; KM . I t e v . I n l i n T , \ ,1 r H u v l a l w 01 in. St. I ' e - | P;it.sbnrg on .Monday m o r n i n g i n a \\ i l l ' ( ' o m m n n i i ' i t l ' o n by C u i i i t i i s i n r U r A. C.. Hrown w h i i ii ".as l o r w a r r l e d lo t h e meinh-ers hy I.. C. R o b e i t M i n , a d j u t a n t . ·,n\ n i ,il!(-jl a t t e n t i o n . · M v mi; ,11 7 ·,!"! o'l-iui U : s i t l d si r;;L'd as i i . j \ i \ ;i.. · ^ f t! 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