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-jast dition Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Best Advertising Medium in the Yough Region VOL. 28, NO. 60. The Wi-ckly Courier, t-'oiindrfl Jiitv 17, IS7I1. ' i Mergi-il, The l l n l l y CiiurliT, Founded A'o\ fmlicr (0," JOOU. .rulj !·, I!)-.' 1 . L'ONNELLSVJLL-Ii), PA., TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 21, 1930, TWELVE PAGES. 'Much Safer in the Air' Nothing Should Be Left Undone to Prevent Recurrence of "Another Grim Disaster," He Say a in Six -.Minute Speech. MacDONALD CHAIRMAN By' WEBB MILLH. United Press Stuff Correspondent LONDON, Jan. 21.--Thci call to a new era of world poaco and uavarl reduction "was sounded today b Ueorso V , Britain's "Sailor King" to the leading naval powers of the world. \ Tho FUe-Powor Naval Conference of 1930 iv as formally opened by the- Kiug in the royal gallery of. tlio House of Lords with an address to the plenipotentiaries of England anil her Kin-1 pipe, France, the United States. Japan j and Italy, in which ho ex touted t i j warm greeting and heartfelt wishes for the success of their efforts. The khip spoke only six minutes, in an cai-Jie-st and triendl.v lono. His words 'amo slowly, emphatically and (HatiHCtly. The slight, bearded llguro of the monarch, s t a n d i n g in f o r m a l mornlnK dress by his throne, a little above the le-vrl ot the delegates and flanked around by pictures of his an- i eators, «tM v iu-el slightly M V I !c in the strange, greenish glow of tlio powerful photographers' lights. His Majesty refwred feelingly to the World \Vaiv expressing the hope that "nothing would bo left undone to prevent another grim disaster." He iurthermorf- expressed the earnest cie- hlrc that tho conference would result, in tho imir-ediate alleviation of the heavy burdens of armaments now weighing on the peopltM of the world. Iff felt certain, (he King said, that I ho delegate w e t e not ijnimatr-d by se-Miih nalio'iaJi'-itU: motiv-eK, and that all v,ould .saeriliw POWO of tli-olr siKX-iiil. need- for the common Kood, Tho King telVrred to t h e great aue- cos.s of llu Washington /Wins Conf-or- i'iu-0 and yo.red his belief that the present conforonco would hasten th" l i m e when (ho League- of Nations i.o-iilil proceed towards oven-greater !iK»asiiri!S of disarmament than aro ( outtsmplated at this eonteronco, Premier ..), Kamiiy MaeDonaid ot l l r i t a i n was tiio first to respond to the kind's speech, after it had 'been trann- lated Into Fie-nch. Ho uttered the solemn warning- that ia agreement ie demanded "to halt the competition which recently has begun to show it- aelf in types and numbers of ships. If wo are not careful we shall once more be Involved in foverleh competition such us hot-aided the outbreak of Uio wav in 1914." Tho world expects tlio couforonc-e to eliminate the margin between th-o roa.l nooda, for security, of tlio 11 v* loading naval poweore, -ind tl-eir actual or projected tiaval Mrengtli, Premier MacDonald bald. Secondlj, he suggested, "Naval, laud ami air forces muat bo discussed. "Third," he ouUiuied, "It is necessary that tlio f i v e powers appreciate {.ml understand tho different needs imposed on them by thc-ir geographical position and 'points of attack' in the event of war. "IL we can limit and reduce by Continued on Fuse Two, MANY PROBLEMS BEFORE POWERS IN CONFERENCE SWEEPING FROM B\ U n i t e d Press. King C!-or ;o opened tho live-power naval confer nco in (xmkn lit 11:0? A. M. today. Gron't B i i t ; , i n , Uml to 1 States, Japan, i'vaiuo, Itn.ly Canada, A\i«ilralia. X^v Jiealuiul, Iris- i Free State. I n d i a a n d L/irion of South Africa were repr-oieut- ed. Tho confoiM IICP will discuss l i m i t i n g and rerhtc'ing naval slrcngtb, including cruisers, submarines and other auxiliary yesseLs. The p o u u i b l c e v e n t u a l alioUtlou of battleships an I submarines Theoretical n a v a l p a r i t j betwee-n I t a l y and France. A ti)-10-7 r i t i o oi s t r e n g t h unions Britain, U n l U d States and Franco; com-parath e s-"a power in Iho Mediterranean anil a host of other problems. The king's \oicc, opoirius the con- fe-venuo, and l.it voices ot tho othor speakors weie lieard around-Ui-e world in the greatest international broadciiHi in history. The king vo tod bopo t h a t nothiiit; would be l e f t undone to piwont an- othe-r "grim a n d inuneiifit' tragedy" suc.li a.s the World "VVar. Tho delegate, exjnessed a ^prit of willingness to make conce-s..sions in tlio intertst of woi Id peace and strebs-cd their derive 4o i t t a i u not only limitation of a r n w n-pnt b u t reduction. Premier M'aLDonald waruod thnt "if wo are not care-Mil WP hliall onre more- be involved in teveiisli competition such a-5 heraldOil the outhieak of tlift v.-ar ii/1914. Secretary Htimson voicei! hope for continued offoi ts at f u r t h e r and f u r t h e r measure; of disarmament, regarding tho pror-ont efforl ;i.s far from f i n a l . Temporniures Sink to /cro in Koekios on Hools of I j f i s l Wo«k's Kiorni. FLOOD DANGERS WORRY MANY By Unite'! Press. PITTS BURG, J a n 21.--More cold ^eatlter wan forecast today for Woat- p ' r i P e n n s y l v a n i a and \Vesit Virginia, v \ i l h snow expected t o n i g h t In botli states. A tempc'ratnri' of 10 degrees above zero was expected in this section of tho State by tomorrow morning. Tho cold wave w i l l last for sev- e i a l days, tlte W e a t h e r Bureau here, pi fdicted. CHICAGO, J a n . 21.- A bli/zard brewed in the far re,tubes, of the Northwest aw opt over t h e Kocky M o u n t a i n s to-day t o w a r d the Central States as they were recovering f r o m l a t l WecU'B oiielaughi of winter. TetnperalurcH wen- *ei\l lo zero and lovver in tlio t r a n s c o n t i n e n t a l llvile teiritory when tho i-itorm whirled d-own from Montana «ni| Ululto, leaving at it.s source mercury reading that near the bottom of HIP thermometer tubes. \Veathur foio.u.lers expected the blii-zurd to waste- it.sclf in the M i d d l e \Yest and touch tho Great L'.ike_o region l i g h t l y it al Hi. I n the Central forecast area, u / t Chicago as itr-i Moyer Odd Fellows AGED DUNBAR MAM ENDS HIS LIFE WITH REVOLVER Miss Loraine Dcfren, Boston sviatrix, was injured in an auto crash in Brookline, Mass. She declared, when interviewed at, the Deaconess' Hospital, that it was "much ssfer in the air." (IntnrniUlon*J Neworocl) 26th Sirthday Saturday' OF STATE POLICE IS TRANSFERRED W e l l - K n o w u Officer a( Saloni Barraclcs I eUev« J il By Corp. Pioice. WYANT JUBILANT OVER INTEREST IN YOUGH RIVER No Reason for Disapproval Because of Its Lack, Congressman Hays, NEW PRIVATES i THIS ,CITY WELL ALSO ASS IGNED REPRESENTED Rlit-c'al lo Thn Cou Icr. C.N'IOfNTOvVX, J a n . 2 -Corporal Jackson H Dodfion and li ,s Mjuad of members of (lie State P-o ice at. New Sal-em b a r r a c k s have be-on ordered to the barracks at Ur-ccnsbun and a n e w S(|iiad u n d e r command a Corporal George Pierce is on duty They arrived this tnormnfi- fioni ( reensburg. C'orpora! Dodson at on, e turned over the comiiinnd of tho Prepared to go to General Reduction InAnnamesit,IsD.S. Goal, Says Stimson By Uni'ed i*i t-s-j Jan. '!.--"[ feol that il is Important to emphasize tlio fact that we do not look up n th-is effort toward disarmament u titial," bald Secretary of State- ii. I/. Siimson, head of tho Amerioiui delegation to the Njfval Conference h-era to-day, u-'plyini; to I h o sieech of King t.e-or^ 1 , ojcniug tins conference. "Naval liuvitntiou is a continuous:, process. We regard diharmanient as a proal to bo reu hud by buccosntve steps, by freement vt'vthion and im- provem-ont. Human affairs aix not .static, but aro moving and we be- liovo i m p r o v i n g .\ solution reached today, howoie-r pr.'f;ct, may not respond to coiulitioiiB at a later date. Wo sincerely hoie J h a t incvGased fc-el- iug o£ s-ecnrity ma enable- still moro drastic reduction in lite future. For C o n t i n u e d on Page Six. c e n t e r , relatively balmy terapeiaturre i p r j v .,t O s \ £ U i K hton weio offset by a l i e a v v wet snow j Siiyde/aml Sanute'. which topped tlic fimoke blackened blanket of recent falls with a new ' coaling of w h i t e . T mporatufoa in the lower Great I | Lakcb tenitory did not rife, however, u n t l 1 great ice j.iniH W P I P formed' in j the flooded valley of tho WubdHh, i w h i c h went over its b a n k s last week l a n d drove hundred,, I torn lh*'ir low- I land homes. A r m y engineers today B/-I fuae« and cape to a string of bombs prepaietory to a t t e m p t i n g to dislodge a gigantic gorg at Rival-ton and Hyatts Forry, I ml., where the jam bat! backed the swollen Wabusli to flood height agaiu. The river bad riflon more than a foot today and 1 fcent t h e icy waters lapping again at the top» of levees "which crumbled liut held last week. Near Vlncennes, w h i c h escaped a iih Hood by inches 1 Green, \Vhotz. tation and but-R with 1, Beuson, the The corivora! wil! move o next wcok. Dodson had hxM'vtd as b arl of State i'oHro .11 Kay-'ttf* coi irty n tbrr»r MliorifTit Uo wns tie -hap« one of tno b e s t - k n o w n oillepi-f, ii t h i s p.irt of the State This w e e k he xvt'Hrvl a c i t a t i o n for ifioi lloi his ser ico from Major Lynn (J. AOarna, comn anlarit of thft Pennsylvania Stato PolU \ Connellsvilte roeenUitloii al borg Monday tenant Colonel Stutoa A r m y had an excelieut rep- the hearing in Pitts- morning before Lieu- Jarvis .1. Bain, United engineer, relative BRADDOCK STORE DESTROY iD WITH $S,00) LOSS V\ri', d i s c o v e r e d , i niorniiiK, dcslrnyi d a wock, puol ,. OO!U , u M o n n | earlj storoi about. Th» Sunday 'Oin and t d o i n g DANIEL M. SLF.PP OF ALTOONA HEADS STATE PUBLISHERS resciio boalH again pushed out !oIay into tho inlaiKl lakes of back water to reach 75 families s t i l l m a i n o n o d and believe! abort of fire wood mid fowl. W h i l e the I n d i a n i a t i s were recovering f r o m the Hood or p r e p a r i n g to d y n a m i t e creaking ice BOIKP«, rOBi- dtnitfi along 1he Columbia and Wil- metto rivers In Oregon watched t h o u i r - ~ ~ ~ " ',""," " " · · · mushy water*, w i t h npprebension. [I I ' A C K A (! 1C, ( K T J S S H I OUT) W i t h t e m p e r a t u r e s * In the region us -- "" · ·-~.-=^^^.-r..--. ;-.·.-.. j u low as 21 degrees) below xero cutlerfi ateanipd up and down breaking a path in the Caet freezing streams A midden thaw might turn the rlvere i n t o tor- ?5,000 d a m a g e sture WIH owned by Waller a n d w a s b u r n e d t o t h e ground. M l l i p R e d lot k o'cm i f c d t h e pool room \ \ l n c t i adjoins, lh" s-torc. P A R C E L S 1'OS'l rente and benl thorn f r o m their banks. War Dept Approves $25,000 Monument At Fort Necessity S. A. Kendall has been informed by Secretary of War Patrick J. H u r l ' y that tho War Department has approved erection ol a monument on tlu; site of Fort Ne'c,s- riity at an estimated cost. oC $25.000, u i t h ?'-50 a n n u a l l y for perpetual care, and a marker =ti Dunbars Camp at l , i n K H s i H e at a cost of $1,000, with t'jr0 a n n n i t l l y tot maintenance In accordance v.'ilh tins Mr. Kendall v i l l introduce u bill in Congress ;,! :m early date- p i o v i f l i n s for appropri- to cover i be expense ol h « UnltosJ P;o:s OHT, J«n. 21.--Daniel Slepp of the Altoona Mirror today elected prcshioiH of the Pennsylvania Newspaper Publisher^' Asnocia- tiou at the conclusion of tbo annual convention here. Othor o(llci'i-H elect'd were Hai^-y 11. Heywood, Conshohocton Ke-cord, vice- preeident; Howard i:oynold« of tlio CJiiftrryville Sun, seiretary-troasuror. The executive c o u n c i l w i l l be composed of C. J. K m l t h f AHeiitown, \V. M. Kroppfc of Johnstown .tad Henry Walter of llaxeltou it was i n d i c a t d o tli it probably a cruise, s t a r t i n g from B a l t i m o r e , will take tho place of tin- · u m m c i sef-nlon, althougli this also «a left to the dih- cr'Hion of the c o m m i t ec- DON0HOE MURDER QUIZ POSTPONED UNTIL THURSDAY Special to The Cuurlor. UNIONTOWN. -Ian. 21.- HohriiiK o£ additional witnesses in the i n q u e s t into the murder of John l\ Uononop wns a d v a n c e d by Coroner S. A. llaltz until Thursday. It wa; originally planned to li t h e r e s u m p t i o n of testimony WMi day a f t e r n o o n .it 1.30 o'clock o w i n g to tlie fact that several of Jurors iv ere unable to report to present on Wednesday, it was elded to advance Iho proceedings 2 I hours but I h o lis thief who rubbed a parcel:; post package that caiuo thro #h tho Postofnee is due- for a rurk shock when the "(ino lres.j" taken f, om the shipment it inspoctod. The g o r m e n t was removed from one of three how; gent lo i'uner.il Uireetoi C. C. Mitchell from \ iscT.iu, Ohio. Tho box and lre3s ia.'igor wore not taken, t h e d i P B S M i n e bp- ing removed. It,s loss w a s u it discovered u n t i l delivery was made here. However, i n s t e a d of p r o n e n l t i ; \,'if« or somn ludy I'rlenit w i t h a flosh-coloved ijeiii'gettc t'roi liglU-Iingereri ;;''nllcman IB go find htniholf \ \ i t h Homething- , dispose of--u hhrotid. reUy, I h u ng t;i 'so to to slackwatering tho Toughiogheny River. The citizens from this community swelled the number from'other communities along tho stream until practically ( -100 jammed i n t o tbe largest courtroom in the postofflce building. The majority of trie party traveled in fin automobile caravan, led by a ·State Highway P a t r o l m a n , while others went by different routes and tay 1 rain. The remarkable t u r n o u t ot citUenry, all interested in the river project, caused t'oiiRropprnan Adam M. Wyant of Greensburg, who prcsldetl at the hearing, to remark to that he believed there cause- to r e j e c t the project because "of lack of public Interest." Tbe congressman paid Biich a thing had onco boon the only ground upon which an adverse report had been made. Those f r o m the upper end of t h e proposed i m p r o v e m e n t included, Mayor it I) M i n n v d , Councilman Ira 15. Yotinkin and Hcrton M. SwarUwelder, Kepresetitativp Joseph B. Henderson, Secretary John If. Blake, Postmyatc-r W. S. I3obanna, Fire Chief W i l l i a m K. DoBoll, Ralph U. Hyntt, Ro.bcrt Korris, Tbomua n. Gardner, Wolrlny U. A d r i a n , Al. IJ" Ijpviuson, AT. J. Jtolaii'i, Thomas Tai!cy, 0. ii. Her\vv:k, .1. BarKcr, W. I I M c E l h i n e y , Cba/los Work, Pu'Kumlf* (itgliotti, Smith UrimiTi, B lloUlor, Samuel SCCSP, j li'rank R. KWCCMP.V, Clmrlpfi II. B«!!--j icy. H a r r y 10 ,!ibeH, J n m e b 1^. \\"!cl\, i Tilden F i . Kern Paul Sandu.Mky, Ken- ! n c t b 10, Keid,, Jamo', M. Drlscoll, J. I Donald I ' o r f f i , Hudson Chandler, Harold 0. HadOork, W i l l i a m M a r l cay, 'VI, Bernai'fl'o, .1. R. I'or tor, He.rt J. 1 Cooper, Orvilk Roby T. l\ Means, ,T. M. Kk'h'py, Charlofa F. U l h h o p , Paul T. MacUonald, H, M. C'lornoiinlng, Roy Templetonu Jusse A. t ^ p h e r , I) J. Vota, Harry L. Jiislicp and It. C). Thomas. (·"riemUhip Lodj-.e No. 2H, lwl«it»»'l- p n t Order of Odd Follow b --f 't'nvt'V w i l l observe its liGth a n n i v o r s j r oil S a t u r d a y evening January 2j, at 7 o'clock w i t h a banquet in tho d i n i is- rooni of (ho East Hud United B r e t h r e n C h u r c h at Moyer. D u r i i i B its l i f o Cie lodge has firown irom an enrollment of 18 when it %%as llrsl organixed uiril il today haB 127, der.piio ihc fact fiat the c o m m u n i t y III which (bo ord T is located bi\t umlcvgono great industrial tlcpre. 1 -- sinti. ('overs will be laid for liO per/iuna at tbe baruiuet wMch will be hcrvd by tho Ladies' Aid Society of tho r h u r c l i . A chicken and biscuit d i n n e r will be .served. Her. William W Hamilton, ;K'Htor of the be-isenring No». 1 and 2 Pros- .hyteriau churches, for many years .1 member of the Moyer lodge, v.ill be the principal speak vr. A most Interesting program has been arranged by the committee composed of James "VV. Prinkey., elia'r- man, M. A. Harris and J. L. Shult: r . The iirogram follows: Toastmaster, J. ~v\'. Prinkey. Invocation, Rev. '1. H. A r n d t , pastor oC tho church. Community singing. Solo, Mra. C. B. T'lomas, aceompau- ied by Miss Jean Hoover. Reading, Miss A n n a Belle Wilt rout. Duet, Mrs. Iceland S. Whipkey ynd Mrs. Jesse Barnes. Reading;, Clyde \Villrout. Address, HOY. Wi'ham W. Hdiuil- ton. Solo, Mrs. belaud S. Whipkey. Reading, Miss Klocence Grimm. Wade Weaver entertainers will also be on hand. The'ofncers of. the Jodgc arc 1 C. K. Thomas, noble g t a n p ; H. S. T J i t t i i e r , vice-grand, J. W. Pi iukoy, recording secratnry; !·. L. Kre'd, f i n a n c i a l sc-c- r p t a r y , and M. A. H. rrib, treasurer. I J o n n o f i t'. K n U o ( T Carlhon, 7 1 , JJnjfn » RIOTS FOLLOW END OF TAXI STRIKE WHEN COMPANY BREAKS PACT liy U n l t i - i l 1'rci^. PITTSBtJHG, Jan. M -- T h e antic.- patcd ijeui'ii in 1 ' i t l f burs's fti.xlculi s t r i k e was t u r n e d n t o .uiKi'y cou- Cu^iou t o d a j w h e n I h u I'aiin-jli'c Coin- pan) placed life cabs b.ick on tho Colonel Biiin j streoti-, t h r e e hours in u d v a i u r - of tho woukl be, wo j "de.id line" announced a« the cud of t h e Hlnki 1 after a N"tlloinout w«a reach-wl last night. Violont-' 1 followeil f i n e a r l y appea"- ancc. of the c-aba Lietv eo-n 7 and ."i o'clock today arid w i t h i n a s h o r t t i m e , the «mpmy had \ \ i t t d r u w n thorn i after Uio d r i v n r s had bi en bwilon iuiI | Ijabbpngoit, forc«l from the taxi.i, according to ixilicu ropuri-i. ! Tlio cabs wore to June bctni placwl | in her vice ot 10 A Al | S t r i k e r s charged t licit toKiyV a c t i o n j be in jilitciiifj car-j in HCJ vic v "\\afa t h e 1 LEAVES NOTE TO HIS FAMILY B e n n e t t C. C a r l f o n . Ti years uM, of Dunbiir, died at 5:'K) o'clock t l i i p m o r n t n ? ,-it (be Connellsville S\.:tb riQ.splfal from a self-inflicted bul.et wound in tbe bead. At 0 : 2 U o'clock Monday evenii K, Ir. Carlson lay d-own on the floor of lib* voimi .it tho Thoino.s hom-e in C o n n e l l h x i l l o street, n n n b n r , where 'i« was m a k i n g hiw iiome, and .sent u bullet from a .32 caliber revoh«'r tlir-ough his heari. After putting his room and all of, his effects into an orderly condiUo i, Air. Ciriaon rolled u p ait old pair ol' trousers and a blue de-mm blouse us a pillow and placed t h e m under h s head as he lay down on the floor in end his life. The lit I let entered (be right sid = of the man's head, just abn-e the em- and continued through the *kull ami loilged in the baseboard on the opposite side of the room. Justice of the Peace H a r r y T. FJ lenberger and Constable H a r r y Mil chell found the f o l l o w i n g n o f e nern- tho m a n : "To whom H may concern,--Their is nobody to blame for this for 1 done it myself. I hope t h a t the Tliomtif family will forgive me. Ploas-T- uotifv my f a m i l y by telephone at once. H. r Carlson." Tbe "Thomas f.imiiy' mentioned in tlio note is believed t o bi^ t h a t with w h i c h he made bl,s home for some rime. C a i i o u wrote hie son a l e t l c r which he dispatcher) by registered mail treat tbe uo«?tofllce. After m a i l i n g the letter ho went home to supper. Dennett Charles Carlson, V I years and four monllih old, was born in Sweden. Tie came to r h o United States w h e n but a young man and -settled in UK Ugjniev Valley where IK- fenr'iil most of hi 1 - life He - \ H S u n i t e d in marriage :)S years ago to Mlj-s Sophie Burgeson al Greensimrr;. Mr. Carlson wa.s enurnged p r u c t f a l - b all of bi.s l i f e in mono ma'-onary. For JCPH t h a n a joai lie had been hi t h e emplo\ of the Now Castle Mine ^ hlone (.'omiKitn ,it i t s Oirtibar q n a r v y . Ill a d d i t i o n (o his wife, Mrs Sophio Carlson of ti)7 .Ffffer'-iifi h t r e c t , Coii- nellsvillo. lie is h i i r \ l n ( | !i\ Uiu fol- l o w i n g i h i l r l r o i i : Mrs Jarlt Tor- renco. Mi-.= . Ualpb C o v c i , Mi^, Hcrth.i CarLson r intl c. M, C'ariMjn, I'lttsbin-j;; Mrs. H M Hi-own and ),oius CiirlhoV, Kifuiltlin ,-ivrnuc, n n d Kiisoiie. Kdn:i and J e n n i e , ,lcffpr;;oti street vllle. 'I'he l-mly \\iis r c m o \ c d by I'irector f h a i U-s C. M i t c h e l l to p a r l o i h wlioi-A it wns prep-iroil b n r i n l The si'rvu-n w i l l b^ e.nult .it (lie Mitchell chnpei. The l i m e '(1 later bis for oi tho uom- pnny oilicialK. MRS. P. R SHEPPMD'S flEiJl JTlliIvfJ" VI '.'iJj IN PLANE TRAGEDY To Get Confession Ireie Sdircecfer PREPARATORY SERVICE AT LUTHERAN CHURCH A p r e p a r a t o r y service will be held tomorrow evening at 7: ifO o'clock at T r i n i t y Lutheran Church, with Rev. Ur. "\V. I I . Ilcti'ick, mistor, in charge. Holy OomnuuUuu will follow Sunday. V.F. Parental Consent Slips For Immunization Against Diphtheria Given Children diaries Rabohl of l'',iirliop', \la., brother ol Mrs 1' K. .Sbeup.ird of l.'u- l o n t o w n , t o r m e r l y of C ownellbYillc, was one of I he victims of the f a t a l airplane n.ihli. n e a r H a n Clemeute, Ca' , S u n d u v . Mi-, iluiboli bad rUiU'il on d B A e r a l oocitsioiiH in U n i o n t o w n , bin last, t r i p Lo t h a t c i t y being lat August. According lo worn rece veil by Mrs. Sheppard, Mr. Hubohl had gone to Jxib Angetc.s on a business* trip, sides Airs. Sheppnrd, be ib snivived by another .sister, .Mrs. lla'-riel (jraves of New Windsor, i\Id,, and mo b r o t h e r , George Habold o-f McKei sporl. Mr Rabolil way dirpctor of folk dinning and ainginc, at the School of Organic, next j Education of Fairhopo, Al.t., and waij a not-ed producer of paceiuils and follc dances. Eurial will lake place ii (he \\~osl, Mrs. Sheppard said. TONY BELL IS TAKEN TO PRISON FOR JOHN RAFTER 't'iic ALDERMAN SHOWMAN HOLDS POLICE COURT IN MAYOR'S ABSENCE A ' d c n u a n \V I f S u o u n u n ]» c.-uit d a.( pi lie i' i o n r i 01 M o u d i i n t ! i c al'Senco of M . i y n r II l M i m u : \\ IM w.t^. in P i t t ^ h u n t , l-c-iidins; t h e Cotin c l l ^ ^ i i l c d t ' l e p a t i i M o f buo'-tc!'- i t t l i o V( t i g h i o c l i p i n I t i \ ( c a n . i l s / i U u m pro- t'MOXT()\V.\. .Km C u u n l D e l e t t i v c A n M n , \\it~- r e m o v e d t o l i l . i v v i i ( l a v 10 l i o g i u s r r v i u t ; ;i c* imposed ! . h u l ^ i \\ l o r a l t t ' i u p l n m t o :' t o u r m o t i t h t i out t t u i . i r r u l l Ci i l l i t b ot t h e "I - Koi HUM ly \\ I k ! I , , l i , \ .it i i i i i i n lii- i \ m o n t i i sen- S. J o h n Mm \ c i d c li.ii riiciit M i ^ i K a t h r v n I r l H H l i A j i . i r t - lie!! \\ a-H ai ct tu'i ill' . l i ^ ^ o HiMi T h e c \ - f ( u n t ; . v e ' c h p o r i l j to d e t e his T\\fl p ' . ' - O M ' I'orc Aldt'Tii.in chivrurd w " h - « C t 1 S n u n n n r '! ^.ivi\l in f . i i r ' . ^ Rood s 11, d i r ! not .ii\ w i r t ,, « f vi u u - - i ' i v m o t e l e t t e r i ,,., ft ^ - l u i t ' i . - . iri- confliieiTiriH in- J i ' i ! )"' u i i c l i t t u r n b t ^ t l t r r ; » i i to buuk \\ riUnc. f v a i ( l "f,o(itl- l ends and ap- 'i l i i b 11 ,1 l i o n "HI! l i l t t i n , i t r d t i l t V M f . M C \ t I t i i i ' M i i f t o r J o h n i l a t t e i , t o r m e i rc'-idciit o t Ijt'irc-nrnjg N o \ w h o dlel a t t h e Vi I c r a n . i l l o s p i t a l .it A s p m - u a l l , v \ , i ^ lii'ld ( l i u - moi n l i i s The «i I i-m; v t - o i ' i i i b l u d .ii Hie \\ \. .\UN i i i i a i n y l i i n e i ' a l h o i m i n \\'IH( A i p l e n ^ i c i M :ind i i H u i H t I n S t V i n c e n t i ) e 1 ' i t i l l C b l l K l l .it l . c i . S f i i r u i f ; \o j , « h ( u j r e q u i e m iil r '!i ma."-1 \\;i' ( i i c - b r a t i - i i H ( - \ O l i o I ' l a n i t / i ' r , i n i b t n r , o l l n k i U ' d l u t e n i R M i t w,u, m a d e in t h e i p i n e t o r j . '1 he p u l l b e . u eu- L v ' j . n i i , .IfliiK't, H u i n s , ;an a m i U e i u a r d K e a i n c v of A V a l l e r K B r o w t i J'u-t, r o i p t c n War«-. o o n , ( i i c t c ' l i h » ei a \ o , w n l i T h n m . u - A i i M i ' d ^ r , in ' t n i ' K c T h t i [ . \ c t r r . i j i f , I'ltreiitd! ionsi-nt slips, -whicii nnstf»' ! be hignpd if t h e p r e v e n t i o n ng dust J d i p h t h e i i a ib to be given to clii ireu of the (irsi, hccond und Uurd tr i ides in t h e C o i i f t c l i s v l l l e s f b o o ' s , wo c dls- L r i b t i K u l j i-'s'lerdu\ All p a r ^ n t i :u i- ur;;vd to imi the lips Am c h i l d \ \ l i o lei'pu'pd (lie fi c- HI- toxin-antitoxin one week not, of eourte, need it e Weather . a ' r v Mce }lciiiberi i'iri jn. o t o n i R h t , jii-obahh plea In?, WetliiP* dtu m o i n i n i . ' , m t i i li col Icr, t w i t h a cold wave t o n i g h t ; c o b l e i V el- "' . l!ns iiehfl'iv IF Hie noon w e a t h e r fore for 1 i\'p,"te]ii PennM h'anin, Tpniiiprafnre Iternnl. UKU) 1021' \ U n t m u r f i M e a n . j e c t i o u a of apart, docb a g a i n . . And i-luldren who have moved i n t o the C o n n e l l s v i l l t ! d i s t r i c t In tho past ihreo y p a i s , in the ( J r a d c K l'"onj' lo Six, i n c l u s i v e , w i l l a l s o )H g i v e n MM* i a d v a n t a g e ol (lie i i i i c c U o n s ' AJ1 parent 1 ' in C o n n c l l f i v r i l e who w i s h t h e i r pre-st lino! I i i N l r c n lo ro- (.elve l o M i i - u t i t i t o x i n tnu\ sign one m . t h e paie-iual l o i i h e u t s l i j i ^ , n h i c h h a v e ! been placed ID Hie C u n m ' l l M ' i l l P d r i m and C. llov H e l K e l ' h d r u a store, it | s i g n e d any t i m e b e l o i p I'Yulay noon nccli. I I c h i l d i e i i a b o v e t h e t h i i d grade w h o flul n o t r p c p i v e t o x i n - a n t i t o ' x i i i c l n r i n R tin- KiM t . u n p a i i ? n , oi who t i ) i a n v r.'ai-dii d i l n o t u ' t c i v c t r o p n i ) - nons-, v i l l be g i v e n . i n ' o p p o r t n i u t y t o r r r c l v p the i m i n i i n r - i i t i o n ;u t h e st.-itr f;lhi! p f o U o v ' n e HIP w o r k i n t h ° p n l i - l)c ?rh"ols- JUNIOR DEPUTIES GATHER TONIGHT AT PERRYOPOLIS P H O K M X , .\ ·!/.., J,ui. ?!.--Hnlm-ioii was to be employ*'I t o d t i y in an elforL to obl.iin j i oul'rv Kioti from Mr,- Trcnu Bcbroeder, r'eimsj.vlvnuia's iU-ycar- old m u r d e r biihpuri. \Vmjii ofTiciai preshiire ftiilod Sheriff Cbarlt?., \Viig!,!, annouiiued lie would (alee a clergyman i n t o Mrs SehroederYs col! uml a t t o m p t to make her t e l l her p.tii, if a n y , f i t t h e hhoollnq of Patrolman DrtnJ/ Uo-11'aul, "If 1 don't gel her conte.ssion It. w i l l be the tirst time f ever failed," Iho hlierlff said. "1 t t i l l h a v e a few cu-e-, up my bieeve aiul I'll 'break' her bolero she leaver I'hoenix." One ot the acet, is a minister. Playing on what be believed iw an inherent religiotib nature in Mrs. Schroedor the sherift' w i l l send one or mom prtflulier.-, into tbo glrJV, cell in an effort lo persuade her to talk. Tbo sheriff's questions yehturday brougln only aneon, and "wise craclw" from the woman. j J'HOKMX, ' lion papers, A meeting Junior Order, chanics, w i l l 1'orryopuH 1 ' at of district deputies, of Uiulud A m e -ican Me- bo held tins veiling at The piogram will open :;!0 o'clock. A f t e r DH i n e P t i i i K ofth-cio w i i ) be i n s t a l l e d I) U c p u t j I I . ( W i l l A l i L i n q u i ' t w.ll ( o m p l e l c - l l i f t ' \ e n i u i ; s e \ e n s . M c m b e r i from M i l l H u n . M i l i p h v - . S i d i n g , Oiuibar, V . i n d e r b i l t , n s i w ^ o i i , S c o t l d a l e .intl C o n n e l l y Ilk- w i l l a i - toini Tho-e t'oitii; l i o n i t l u ^ ) l i i r a i c mocl a l t i n 1 U i 1 - ! I'ciui i i ' i i i D n a l li ,'!0 o'l-Ioi k Ariz,, Jan 21 --Kxlr.idl- seeking tbe r p t i i r n of Irene ychroedcr and Ok-nn Dague to P e n i i K y l v a n i d wlu-ie tiiey are w a n t e d in connection will] t h e slaying of State Highway Patrolman Urady P a u l , were bi ought Uc-re today by a party o! r Now Castle, Pa., authorities, i n c p t i n g i Amoii! t h e o M i . i d i M o n party w« D'-iti it l i limpet Mooro of Alloona, highway p A i r o l m . i n , w h o w.is woiuiilcd by the !,niiR' b a n d i t s w h o k i l l e d Corporal Paul iii the Xoss Cu^i i o - H i i t l c r high- w a y )!· cmboi 27 a H u t lei store. Moor,' w a s so : lic'i ami ii,'i!ttic t i A f o o t e ii i i i t e i - ' t J i o robbery of ili'nui'y M r x ,Si.-!i:oc- lu ,it Mozart to Give Program at Kiwanis Tin M'1'..trl Club, I\!IK i iia-^ 'i ! i n i ( - i l r l i c l i t I ' u J l j c t i t t r ' . n i i'd m e u i b e v b ot t h e K w a i n s C| il) t h e n i b o h " m u t u a l t.rlpciio'i:., be tlu 1 f e a t u r e j.t Lomorruiv a U :lu t lie i » u i , \\ h l c i i i- almost a lorejrone conclus'ioii, tho o x l r . u t u i o u piipei'h w i l j bo prcfeeuU'U t o i o \ e r i K i r Phillips:. Truck U r h c r hiih-d. A1,TOOXA. J a n . al - lOnu^i A i l.or, "1. ol M a r l i m - b u r n niul t n ' l i y in il.Mr- iii}.' Siiiiii^-, ll"-))ii,il irom nijitrif!-, re- tci\°n vUicu t l i o U-IK k h,- was, dnv'.nf. \\i-er ktti.

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