The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 22, 1930 · Page 1
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
January 22, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 1

Publication:
Location:
Connellsville, Pennsylvania
Issue Date:
Wednesday, January 22, 1930
Page:
Page 1
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 1 article text (OCR)

JL ast JLLddition rice Connell-iville's Biggest arid Best Newspaper. The Best Advertisii ig Medium in the Yough Region. VOL, 28, NO. 61. Th« Wppkjy Cotirlor, Founded Ju Tlie nnlly Cuu-'icr, li-uuntled Nov y 17, 1870. i mbcr 1O, 1003. .July IS, lilliO. CONNELLSVILLE, PA., WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAf U A R Y 22, 1930. '1 SCHOOL CfflIM AND BUS DRIVER KILLED CRASH ON CROSSING CHURCH WILL BE USED TO QUARTER Bay State's Only One Person Lives To Tell of It After New York Central Express Ploughs Into Motor Car Near Berea, Ohio. NO ONE HEARS ROAR OF TRAIN *ll.\ U n i t e d I'rcis , Ohio, .1-in. 22.--Now York Ontnil's fast express* No. 19 crashed into a bus load of chattering sehcr! c h i l d r e n h e r n loday on their way to liroolc I'arU School, killing rlne pupils and .tho bus d r i v e r . Tho fast o-xpres* l i t e r a l l y smashed the bus to splinters. liy fionif miracle, as yet unexplained. Kthe! AUo D a v i d s o n escajved with slight I n j u r i e s . At first " w a s reported 10 p u p i l s were killed. A check of u n d f r f i ! k l n R parlors, however, re- v«ihMl iilno had lost their lives, not in' · l u d i u g tho bi«, driver. The c h n d r e n were t a l k i n g over the lessons! t h e y wero to have in school w h e n the i rash came. Tt was cole! and »ho snow saueaked beneath tho grinding -H-hcol? of the. bua. The windows were covTed with fro/en moisture and it if "believed John Taylor ot I'.rook Park village, the driver, failed to hear i'uf app-roac-liinK HU-v. Tho railroad crossing iis guarded b) iMjthlnj; but i wood w a r n i n g .sign. J o h n Jt.ind, e n g i n e e r of the put-tion- ;;oi' t r a i n , saw tho bus t t o late. He j a m m e d h i s brakes and t h e y screamed -;o loudly they a t t r a c t e d motorists for ;omo f li,sl iitcf on (lie road. .No. 1!) was r a i r j i n p mail and ex- tio.-,-i f r o m l l u f f a l d to Chicago. Hand rnanaK~(! to hi l u g bis t r a i n to a ston · c v c r . t l h t i i u h e d yard.s lx\vond t h e t,(vni of t h o i-rush. I t j^ococrted to Toledo w h v r o H a n d was iohov«l and -i now cvpM. climbed on Uio hapless (lier. / l i - n d w ( i r i u s t r i i f t e d t o r t ' t n r n l n - i o to cxiil.uu I t K v e r s i o n of Iho accident to a u t h o r i n g ; I m n i w l i a t i - l y a f t e r die ( ra.^li came, \vhr-n Kciuol ( , I i c h i l s wore nolilicd, tlm lob of l ( ! i - n t i t y ; i i « t h e v i c t i m s be^mi. i-'chool u i l i c i a l s ( h o c k e d t 10 jyU vail W i l l i e pa cnt.- liurrii-d to ' t n i e r t a k i u g ^ai'lois 'c i n . i K f i d e u t t t l c i i t i o i i Tho d( a d : 1 W i l l am I d - l o i t k , in-, .'.ak Wdlte-rs, 1U, J n a r i t a Walle-rs. t i n i f . Joiin Taylor. ,'il. Inn, i l r n e i ; Kit i '/.leUMibki. i - l i t ; V w e n t X l o l e i i s h i , , n ; Dorothy / M ' l c n s k . r - i \ . Vn-uon U a v i d - s o n , t ' ; K v e l y t i K . t l t e n l i a c - l i , t,eveii. Tlu I n j u i c - d c h i l d I.-, Kthel Mae l ) « t v i d s o n . l i r t n n M l ! t i t e l H l t e i f l i c ( iMi-h a t u b u l - aiu-i -- -'t (Mj I'loni H'-roa. p u l u ' d up tho !i' mini ai'K 1 ' i i n d rush'Ml t n a iuispit.ii 1 \\;i.-. Kimid .ill h u i t i n c o were dead T'.MI of i h u . , 0 di-vl n HI lie la(or. ; 'icldoji itM'i cioi(-i!ig i^ w J i e r o the i i . i s - l i oi t u r v e d . y h e l ( l « n l o a d i-, cUc-sud ;is tin a i i M l i a r , road. C'!ij'alio«a f-oiiiity proficcutor, Hay T. ,\TMli-r, vipvtiod mi i n v e n t p a i k u i i n t o tho iicc Unt is KOOII a' novs of It reaclu-d Inn office H - tn-ut a stall' ot i l i r w ! Hie c-ft !o '.v:S'i Instruction to · (.'I p h i i t i i g r a p U - * of all o\idenr«* before t h e w r i t k i i R c win-. ilear»d away. T(I*1'-1JO. J a n . 22.--John A. H a n d , c.iv.ie-ci f New York Coutral oxprosh N\ 1!), K t t down out of MH i-sib hero t o d u v , |j,ito :IIH! iic-rvoiis n f t e r uii; t l i f trai;o(t.v ill tlu u , ros.-iii i u'Mi 1 Uerca, Ohio. French Attitude First Problem at Naval Conference FELLOWS WILL SERVE ANNIVERSARY OF FOUNDER THURSDAY ' l y U H ' n ' o w m'shl, at ;i rally of Odd Kt'll.^w i In Odd r'ellovu-. H u l l in East 0 a w ford aviinue. t h e .inuiver-bary of t h e - bi.'lb of Thomas A. WUdey, louiKh'i' of Odd Fellowship In America, w i l l 1-o celebrated. A pi oKr.im hi-: been arranged for 1 he occasion, w i t h ile\, Kluier A. Scliult/., pastor of tho United fSretli- ro-n C h u r c h aiul a member of Ueneral W o i t h Loilse, as tlu v speaker. Tho Odd F a l l o w s Q u a r t e t v v l l tiluj;. There \\11I be short t.ilkK by members. At ii meednj.; lti«t e v e n i n g in tho U-iitpk- i n South P l i t h i b u r g fclreet officers o.' (lOiii'Mil W o r t h Tetnple ASMI- u i a t i i u w i e eld-ted ;u tollowa. P u * U U - n i . \ \ l l l i . i i u AS. Fox: \ i c c p r o ^ l d ' - n t , Joins t!. IKiynee: secretary, I, (!. UOOMM-; t i e a s i m r , D a n i e l Sin- .Ku. On th«» board o' tlire-cloi'H arc t h v o t h e r s a n d the lol o w i u ; o t h e r s : J. H a i v e y U o o v e t , II I , . Silt-ox, U'. If. AmhM SDH. 1. K K i M u r IKK! J I, Wil- Iiiinis U K c h i i i m-d. · R A Y M O N D CLAPPER United Press Staff Correspondent. LONDON, J a n . 22.--With the pageantry and ceremonial over and tho London Naval Conference launched on its well-charted course, tlu five r.ational delegations today concentrator! upon the immediate ta lc of breaking down certain manifest obstacles in the way of success. The first of those obstacles it- considered French opposition to somn phases of the'Anglo-American t,lan. For thai reason, Secretary ot State Henry L. Ktimaon and PremK r J. Ramsay MacUomild heg.in at onco to use t h e i r most persuasive m thoda on Premier A n d r e Tardleu .i'.i the French delegation. A prh.Ue dliinm* confei f.ice f tho chiefs of tho three dolcgatlom iast night, was followed b\ simlla' c.n- ferences today, for the avowed, p u r pose of s o f t e n i n g tho French u t l t i t d e before (he first working session, tomorrow, at St'. James Palace. The early sessions of the parley svill be held b e h i n d closed d o o i s . Both Mac-Donald utid S t l i n s i u aru aprecd t h a t for the present ' h ^ roi-.- ference should work secret! a l - t h o u g h t h e f'xciisc wals Klven 10 t!io pros 1 ! t h a t the room at SI. .lannia l'«lifc* "'as nol larcro enough 'o ji".-- init a larjje g a t h c i i n g of prcs" reprc- S"iit!'.tives. The reason liphind t h i h recrci y, it is believed, i«, t h a t the k'k'gateb ocllcve they h a v o a bi-tter chiiric'C of a r r i v i n g at a compromise in cxucutive j. \sslouti than in opou meetings w h e r e t ic r e p - rescnUitiveft of each n a t i o n w iild be u n a b l e to recede I r o m tho viev p o i n t s tlny already have t a k f n at home. Simultaneously. Stiiutou am o n n c e d lotlay th.il ' h o iir,ual prests cont -reriLce would he abandoned, and t h a t all In- f o r m a t i o n - U t h e r e w e r e any would con^e out t h r o u g h Ills bubovdi iHet- It is k n o w n t h a t borne of t i n A m e r - ican delegates fee! the pooplt of t h e Tinted States are being left t ) much in the d a i k ah to pi-ogreim of tl e nego- tiatioiif.. but at present Stinihf 'i does not toci free to reveal m u c h i n f o r m a - t i o n I n a b i l i t y t o o b t a i n either confirma- t i o n o r d e n i a l h e r e r e g n i ' h i i g t h e A m e r i c a n jci I ' i o n on h i n a l l e i hattle- ships, i-, (,'tusliii; m u c h ins,'fit-tition. II ii, not l i k e l y t h a t t h e A i u w i c a i m w i l l i n i t i a t e anv proposalss at he fir.'.I ·,'s.ion tomorrow, p r e f c i r l n ^ t h a i t!ic otlK'r .teU,ate« lo c-.o f!t'-t. The p r i n c i p a l object of tin da} is !o prc"en! the French f r o m ti kinn an a t t i t u d e t h a t w o u l d produce an im- m e d i a t e deadlock In the convention fi om t h e btiirt. U w U h t W Morrow t? a s s i s t i n g Btimsoii i n all interview!-, \ ith t h e Krone i, because of h i s i n f i i idle as- .socla* 611 with Premier T a r d l t -i, w h i c h dates back to t h e World W a r . Morrow la c o n v i n c e d the French \ 111 yield to reason, and w i l l not de ert tho c o n f e r e n c e . France, it, was learned loda , is prepared to c o u n t e r H a l f ' s d e m a n d for p a r i t y w i t h t h e s u g u e h t i o n l a a t I t a l y also ask ior parity w i t h Ureai B r i t a i n , feiuc.o B r i t a i n h o l d s tho key pobitioiiK to tho M e d i t e t raiieiin. As a rebiilt ot n u m e r o u s o n v p r s a lions since t h o i r a r r i v a l , tin Krc-iuh doloj-atcs have, decided that T a r d l o u s h o u l d take an early opjior u n i t ? to reply lo U r a n d i , It tho I t a l i a i f o r o i K H minister insists on n a v a l par tv. The French have also d ciclpil to a d m i t tlie j u s t i c o of tho I t a l i in thesis that "each nation has an equal l i M i t to live lu thu exercise of ! a r i g h t s of s o v e r e i g n t y and i u d o p r u d i uce of its people," and her insistence- on being assured tho ability to import m a t e r i a l s iu time of war. But Tardieu w i l l point on t h a t all this leads to a common p l a t f o r m ol omuiUty Hi tonnage for all navies. Sessions Will JRe Kosumcd 'Nt'xt] Monday If J I c n H n p r Plant I Is Steady. j _ _ ' REBUILDING ! IS UNCERTAIN! The old Molhodls. Kp.isc.opal Church at Adelaide will house the 52 ek.men- lary pupils who attended the, seven fir-Bides In the b u i l d i n g which was destroyed by lire last week, according lo announcement today by Super) n ton dent R. K. Smith. It is -hoped to h a v e the c h u r c h in readiness for remimpUou of olassos by Monday, although tho time may be prolonged, pending the installation of 'a. iKMiting system by lj I.. Dayton of Vanderbilt. "Tho arrangement is a temporary one, to ronnd out (lie present term ol school," M i . Smith informed The Courior. "Next summer wo \vill work out ft plna for the -onMnna,nc'0 ot the- school s t u d i e s Tl is m a t t w will be given our attention when fho proper time, comes " The church b u i l d i n g , which ie to be converted I n t o u=e as a M-hool, was ..instructed in 1S'.I2 For a n u m b e r of eara it had boon tS'C-d solely for tho eoko miBKion w o r k , a girls' class occupying the chin-oil for sometime con ducting regular acMrities Thero bu.s been no coiii;re£a(l-!i at t h a t place for ."·over.il years, it Mas .sniti. Work was slarU d today on tho !n/ s t n l l a t i o n of tho 'ioaler There is sorno remodeling hi h completed, in- a s m u c h as provision had not be^n m a d e for a c h i n n n v I I WTH beltevxi that the t a s k c o u l d be completed thin week. it n d o u b t f u l if Hie Adelaide .st hool b u l l d i m - w i l l b o rebuilt There h a s tx-en mithim: cli n-e- regard um t h e charred rirn-i of t h » IWO-MOI-V .sox-room . s t r u c t u r e w h i c h M r t ^ r a / n l b y f l a m e s , 01 I g l i u i t i i i K in Uie noil i . i , . pro-Mimabl) from a M'ark from t i t p c h i m u e j M e . i n w l s i l e I b o M' p u p i l * , are enjoj- ing a prolonired \ i r .it ion TWELVE PAGES. WELFARE OF WAR Miss Liberdft _ Claing, of Springfield, Mas'?., who won the State typing: championship. The young si- dent al Boston University dashfff off 70 words per m i n u t e for 16 minutes, totaling mere than 1,000 words without H uin^le ecrc,r. I Jury That Found Frank Barber j Guilty of Murder Was Coerced, !State Pardons Board Is Told ®-- l ''' ! ;;:ir;, 1 ";;; i :' l s,, ( . l n;;:; ill ' ILIITLE KNOWN PART Hren OFFICERS SPEED . ·' EAST WITH IRENE AND HER LOVER P H O K M X . A n z , J i n . L 2 -- P e t t n s y l - iiiiiu oilii-L-r.s pji.'fdc'd t o w a r d P t i t a i i i f ; today \ \ i t h ?lrs. Irene S i h r o e d u r .UK! \V. ( j l n n D.nue, w a u l e d t h e r e in c o n n e c t i o n w i t n ' l i e m u r d e r of Kktlo ' l l l s h w a j P . i t i o l m a n Hr.nly P a u l . ! The pail u as, r a k c n by automobile ! to I.ordsbur}?. N. M , j u s t ui-ro^H Ihe ' h t t i t e line, f r o m v / h l c h t h e y n i l ! cnn- [iletr- t h e i r jonni-'y by urplaiio or t r a i n The s u d d e n move by officers lo i;t-t. t h e pair a c r o s s t l i e l i n e laet n i g h t w a b ' marie lo f r u s t r a t e anv poHsiblo l a t - 1 m i n u l o move !y d^feiir-e ftttorne-ye lo ' h o l d them lie re I Extradition paprr.s wer-e signed kile ye^t-jrduy a f t e r a brief hearing b e f o i e G o v e r n o r John C. Phillips. ]Ja;ue anl M r s . K c h r o p d o r ·wore I d e n U l i f d bv i h p P e n n s y l v a n i a oflicerh. T h o mail h a d f d m l U e t l bia k l o n t l l y but his noiiu.n c o m p a n i o n in the g u n J7;attle w h i c h e n d e d w i t h t h e i r capture lu Ihe m o u n t a i n ; near hero, still contended that she- \\ as M i l d r e d \ V i n - Ihrop. .Joe J I tit tor. a l i a s I'Jrnest A c k o r m a n . t a k e n hero- w i t h M i s . Kc'hroeler UIK! UftKue and r M i n p w t w l of being ("!. W (Tom) C r a w l o i d t h o w o m a n ' s b r o l h e r wanted alno for Iho s l a y i n g off Paul, in n o U C u n v f o r i l , Iho officers said. HENRY BARTHOLOMAI IS CALLED BY DEATIi CONVICTED OF KILLING MANLE1Y 1IART11SBVUU, Jan 22.-- A p r r n a - t i o i ) w»s ( a u s o d before ( h e Suite Hoard of I'.irdoiib tiulris- w h e n At or- n f . v C. W. C V i t l l n ol COM AH.-gln ny, (Ini'lurefl i h a i K r a u k B i i r t i o . i o n \ I c l - cd of second d f a r i e t t m u r d ^ i in l'\tV"tte c o u n l j , w;i! detljired innoi-.int b 10 ol' tho 12 j u i o r h u h n n-id C H I I V K icd h i m . C a t U n said ho hud J e i i e n - f r o m t l o In juror., Who declared t l u y \ M - I O " i i v i u i c d uf H a r b o r s \nntx i nee, lia-rbur, w h o has s c - r v f d -no re t h d i i !'i;ur years uf a uMiti-m-i* f i r o m 15 !D 20 years, wi\- c o i i v n I'-d ol k i l l i i g S.un M a i i l c v . C i i t i i n p r o d u c e (i a I c t t i t * I mm A W. Hell, .I) 1 ., f o r m e r u u n t v d nrctiv.-. of l''aett(t c o u n t y , t ! i a t M i i u b - y «.is m e n t a l l y deratiRed w h e n h«* made t i t a (i( , i t h bed fctateiticnt. IjH-uti'iianl. f'.uvci-nor Ai t h u r ( I . Jami'H dftitiundeil t h a i ( a t l i u e X j i l s i i u the t h a u a e - 01 IIPHI-I in Uie J d j u - o i s . '"I h e y aaul t i n y w n i v t n e r c ' t d i n ' o u v i ' i d n i o l m i i i t j . " C i t l i i i One ni (he J H I O I S , Mr,-, A i i t i . i 1; ir.-jy of l J n i ( u t i » v n , C.illlu j a i d , liad t o l d Him she had h u t h r e a t e n e d by iwo o t h e r j u r o r s " w h o were b i n t o n cou- vicliiiif tJarber because he w a ,iu I t a l i a n . " Hiirber, act o r d i n R t o I h e lanyt-i 1 , \\ a# a w i t n e s s ot the m u u l e r but ii.ui no parf i n il / · l u d y e C l i u r l o s 1). C o p e l a m l , West- m o r e l a n d , w h o was t h e u l a i j m l ^ e , wrote i l i e boaul lie W . I H t o n v i i u e d ilia! Darber was jH-ope-i I." r o m i c t c f l but t h a t ho w a s not o p p o - e l to a OF INDIA SUBJECT TALK TOMORROW Sj p»l?pr ai B a p t i s t A s s o c i a t i o n M o f t i n c r to Kfilnto Experiences in Assam. L 4ND OF OOP THE MONSTER DEMON )f a l l h r r t i o n s of India, i! IB aalil, IIL m is so dominated by s u p e r s t i t i o n n I til" tear of supernatural a^eticic.? J 1 - A B s a i r t . Here, the native's live l i r I g r d a b o u t w i t h m j riads o f i n h i b l - ti us an! tabcoa, in an a t r n n s - p l i e r c pi pli,d w i t h m a l i g n a n t s p i r i t s , choBtB ai J evil penil. Tn Lb.-r.p people Robert B L o n m v r l l , who will aclcln FB the tn it-year m o e t i i t g of tho N o r t h e r n A s o e - a l i o n of M o n o n g a h c l a in t h e K -si l i a i i t i a t C h u r c h h e t e tomorrow h b d e m o t e d nearly a q i l a i t e r of a « iitun" of n i i f s i o n a r y endeavor. F o r 2 1 y r j t i « M r . L o n R W f - 1 1 w a H S i i t l o n c d at I n i p u r , one of t h p -nioHl IF iatc-d d i s t r i c t s in iho e n t i r e pro- v i'-e, arnorifc pi oplc om-c 1-t.pulod lo h t h e - most snvdKc- r.| all the h i l l t i bob--head h u n t i - i t , demon w o r f i h i p p rs, i i b o r i g i u i - o h w i t h uo w r i t t e n I. nguasc A l t h o u g h h i s w o r k w a s p r i m a r i l y o a i i s e l t a t U , t i k e o t h e i iTHaalonarics i uiiu--L'SMb)» places, he- wn« l o i n p 'il'-d to .CsMimu other d u t i c f , t h a n t o.so of the pi (Mclu'i. 'I'eaclunt; and a c e r t a i n a m o u n t ot medical u o r k t a l i n e d m u c h ot bis lane, as tvi!l as IJi-Hitlnm-il on ! J apo Six. isggy Upsetsi Big Damages Claimed S p r r U l lo The C o u r i e r UNIONTOWN, Jan. 22.--Three Hepp e r l boulevard dogs which chased tuiU l i l t tho sorvel horsfe used by Hartolo- nieo Velreuio, floral c u l t u r l n t , caused tholr mastera to appear in court as d e f e n d a n t In a heavy datnnge s u i t w h i c h started this morning before JiuJpTo 8. John Morrow. When the dog.s bit the horse they caused him to run away, upsetting Uie bui?Ky, throwing Vetta.no out aJid breaking his collarbone. Vctra.no, in hla suit, claims the dogs s h o u l d not have been, allowed t.o roam the streets at large undor no contrpl and that had they been, tied no su^h accident could liavo happened. His b u g g y -was r u i n e d and ho was unable to t a k e care of his business after leaking after 1 tho lawns and lots of many of, his clients. Hefore Judge D. W. Homier son tho s u i t of the Peoples Bank of Greons- boio against A. B. Maple of Point Marion for recovery of $2,000 on itotas alleged to bo due was started. N e l l i e Phillips Pawlom of Allison Heights today flled a ptltion asking that her murrlago to Michael Paw- loaki be annulled. Nellie declared her husband was married and not divorced at the time »h-e became his alleged wife. While living q u i e t l y at Allison, Mrs Pawloskt said she lecoivd a letter from f h o late District Attorney N. W. Rosenberg not to further live with Pnwlouk.1 as the latter was a married man and had a. six-year-old child Michael was later arrested and placed in the- county jail on a charge ot bigamy, pieferred by his first wile JUary Billy L'J.wlosk.1 of Monessen. The records disclosed that Michaoi waa m a r r i e d in 1924 at McKeea Hocks Urn petitioner states. PITTSBURG TAXI STRIKE IS AGAIN · IN FULL SWING n Unlloc! ProM. PITTSBCKG, Jan. 22.--Tho srrike f I,i0') taxicab drivers w a s on in earnest here today after the cabmen rejected by n vote of SSI to 1 Hi t h o agre-emeiit w i n c h h a t i been reached Monday n i g h f by i - p p r r M ' i i l a f i v c ' j of the union ai 3 company odicials. A l t h o u g h p o l i t e a t t e n d e d the mee - ing lafct ii!i;ht 11, provent -violence t i e wan 1_6 ribtnl at, ono of ti e harmonious sessions u i n c e t!ie begfln 10 d a y s ligo. AVliL-ii anked w h a t tho n e x t .stop, o be taken by drivers w o u l d bo Paul i5. TooJo, c h a i r m a n of t h e s t t i k u r . s ' coi i- milleo, t,;iid. "The next fctoy i-, up to the c.ib companies We h a v o rejected (,h ir agreement T h a i K o i l t l i a l 1 c.tn say " Tho cabmen of McKoew Hocks, a s u b u r b , j c t i i t T d a y joined the F l t l a b u r t j 6 ( r i k e r - i They walUed out S a t u r d ly n i K h t a n d l,ial n i g h t entered t h e U n o l u n i o n . REV. KRUPP SPEAKER AT PRESBYTERIAN SERVICE FRIDAY H u n d r e d F i f t y Members Fron Posfs of Comity Hold « H - Totfothcr Here. MEMBERSHIP GAIN SHOWfx Milton L Bishop Post of t h e Amor! r a n * Legion on Tuesday evening v n s host to approximately 150 Legion naires in tho first ·of a sorios of coun tywldp g e f - t o K e t h e r meetings. Talks on various activities in whiel Oie World War veterans are inU'n ("jted were given. Tho (HsrusHtorM i n c l u d e d meinb^i) ship, d u r i n g which t i m e * a t t e n i k i wtis c a l l e d - t o the t'uct t h a t In Faye'U c o u n t y tho meniberahip today ii greater than thai last year and tha' t h o n n r o l l m e n l in \he 2-llh Dislrl'-i lieaded by District Commander C U V 0. TiriHlman a n d embracing Payotii and Somerset counties, has placed i In sixth position in Pennsylvania. What the various posts were doln\ l e g i i i d t n g (ho school awards was id so brought to tho attention of tty Legionnaires, several of tlie me-robon t e l l i n g of this work. The service of the Legionnaires ait| the work of bospitalization came ti tho for". Thi* veterans wore U)'KM to get w o u n d e d soldiers into hop i . K a l s and to arrange for compeusn tioji for iliem, Ii WILH said that le«ip l a t l o n ha3 been passed whereby ; soldier will bo taken cure of by Un f i o v e r n n i e n t even thongli ho was u i n j u r e d in the service. Legionnaires were asked to go u G a l l a t i n Gardens, Uniontown, on tin evening of Thursday, J a n u a r y HO, (. w i t n e s s (lie forma) presentation the Distinguished Service- Cross u Smith "Ish" Fuller, formerly of Com p a n y D, U O t h Regiment. (Jeorgn Brown of Mason town, grnric rhemiot of tho Forty and Eight, tolc of the proposed veterans hospital n West Virginia University and m«cc ,il) Posts to get behind this project T a l k s were made b£ the following. M 'Bowman Mr-Donald, Uniontown H a r r y B. Ainsley, Uunbar; P h i i i i Pbz-uio, Grindstone; William Bureh inal, Smith field, H. T. FletcHer R r o n - i i s v l l l o , 0. 13. MoseV, Dawson, Uauiol W. Hailey, Vanderbilt; 0. D liaeknoy, Point M a r i o n ; George H r o w n , Masoutown,; Alex Caller Point .Marlon, chef do gar, Forty ano ' O i t s h f ; Dr. H. A. Bait/,, Uniontown; .Sheriff Thomas n. Aubrey, Union- ion n ; Sergeant James Smith, A r m j reciuitiiiK olticor and service officer 1 ' n i o n t o w n , Mayor H. D. Mi nerd and C o u n c i l m a n Charles F. White ot Co.; n e l l H v i l l e . At (lie done of the program dinner was served by a committee undei t h e liri t f d i i of Cecil Dixon. H was said to be the first gather i n ? of tho members of the America. Lr-gion pobts of Fa ye do coumy ii ConnellsviUr, w i t h (ho exception «.·( the A r m i s t i e o Day celebrations whicu lire held here every t h i e o yara. Thr. place for tho next, meeting plarv w i l l be delermliKxi when t h e K a y e t t i - County American ments agaiu. H e n r y -Barlb-oiomrii, I I \ c a r s o l d , cif jO!) C o n n e l l ueiUK', diC'l at 1.2.~ o'( lock thii-, af criiuon at his liomc 1 f o l l o w i n g a. l i n n e r i i i R illnobs. Mr. ISiirtlioloituti u p ;iK a m a c l i t n i M helper at the B a l t i m o r e Ohio Kail- roud j o r d s h e n . He is survnod. by his \ v i t i and i^lji c h i l l i e n , all ,vt home 1 . The "body w»^ r e m o v e d to tho f u n e r a l parloiri of \V. A. .Mc w h e r e ii was i n e p a r e d tor b u r i a l . U U K K N b l U t U i . ,! i , A h - K I M , J . I . a n d C i . i i k IK'!I oi Su)iul:i'.i'. ( . i n r t iji 1 u i b i l i u . \ s o i e ilisil i Wil! ! ...m '!' I K . u i m HH toriKt .it-,- ie ( J i m o r ' J Ail.un M n k c j , I J. r i i ' i l w i t h i n i-~-.nl liy Jiuli-.e n ' l e i o u i t vt s s ;, ii .Moiint ' i - t i i u n d (n !h" I t i n i i i t O p o r U i u i i . i h ( - o n u I ' h u ' · (. !III"!!M i'|f. Ii ,\c I t f ) ' i'-i « · n * .1 i ' i ' - ( , n ' p « i i i ' u ' i i ! WOMEN'S AUXILIARY 1 TO SPORTSMEN HAS ANNUAL ELECTION The Woman's A u x i l i a r . lo Iho ; Fayetle C o u n t y Kisli and C;,,mp Ass-o| cialion met Moiulaj u i g h f ai the home of M i s . Ueor^c H e a t t v of 1,11 t-rty Kloctlon of o d k i M B l e s - u l t e d .i., l o l ' l o n i - : 1'residi.ni, Mu- K . i v m o m l T. ( S a 1 1 i v a u , v ice-p i o - i d nl 111 fr. ' S I, KMi-'lH-i , .-cci t't.'.i .\ i r o . i ' u r . i , .Mi-, H a r i y K u h i i - T \ \ o ic\\ mi-m b e t s \ht, C n \ e r A l u - i i i i n l M r s i I L u r v U n lid r u l Hu k y i --.m U n a , wen.- i n i i \ ' il · in. m b m . - h l } d r i v e , v, I s n l i « ,11 i j ' i n .u i lu- I ' c g u i u i i i K ol tho- in.« \ ai in Fob : u . I M I n s t e a d ol' the .Km ,ir .social m e e t i n g it was din ided 'o old a h i k e ; ai, -,0011 .K !!:f w f . i l h i ' i i- t t u o i . t b l e 'I h i ' IH'M l f i ; n l c i i i n o e l l n ^ v i l l !»- he'.il , O o i n , , i \ n - « u ! F e h u n i . 1 , t : ' i h e ' l-oiw . i i %!,-. i,»ni^' !·' Ho u n , i n . I v id "n ,r ' en.-. l . i n i ' -i i r . crM-il .it '.uo '.I'-'i 1 . 'Xt ho moatlas l''.sl uiiht PHILLIPS ENLISTS TWINS FOR NAVY C h i e f is is. PI t l l i p s , in chai-Rc of Ihe local r e c r u i t l i i i : h t a t i o n for Uie. rnlletl Stales Xavy, h.is e n l i s t e d I\vin.s for f o u r j-f.ir« i n I ; I P .service a n i l t h e l i v o boys w i l l be suit to 111" i i a i u n i R s( i- lion, possibly at C'.real i . i i k e b on March 1 The i w i n s , W i n n i e . ami A l b e r t C o o l e y , sons oi M i s . Ki/./ie Coolev .SU-ir C i t y , \V. \\i , w e i c born (ieort-ei t o \ s n - h i p on . l i i u u a r v : l.Vl_'. T l i f j iiojie t" , i l i , : n i a po-u ou i n the u . i v , a l .u-l.ition ser\ K e I n ,i «. o i u i i i u i i u a l l o u 10 ( ' t i n f P h i l l i p s , M M C o o l u v n i n e j p p r o v . i i t o t h e l)u\ s e n l i s n i c u i Slic .ukleil u i ' t t He oL ( S i t )io\ · t h e o t h e r l u l u - t . i s k s .it bom · « .ishiiit-- and t i Th"ir f a t h e i l a ^ r Hi \ e a r s . « 01 ki'i" m a t ( It X \\ I I P 1 r. | )( , auU Uie b'jio. MRS. J. J. THOMPSON GIVES BROWNSVILLE LIBRARY 80 BOOKS A l l 1 - . I d o c p h J . T l K J I l l l ' h O I I O l I'.tt.'-t Cediii a v e n u e l o n u t e d M) bookh lo I bo U r o w n - j V i l l i I ' u b l i i : l - l l i r . u y i h i . , \ \ e t ; k , A c r o i t i p a u y h i f i t h e books wa.- a nola- l i o n i r o i n Alrr. 'riiomiit-tjii, rc"id'jit ol M r i i w n s v l l l i ' . Jt rcai) "I lake great p l e a s u r e in m/ t h i n R i l l Lo the l i b r a r y because I to live, in J J r o w n n v i l l e and h e l p in H i o work of ( h o l i l i b r a r y (.hero years ago. My father W U H ."Jvoye anxioua to see b e t t e r l i b r a r y t u c i l i t i y B lu tho t o w n and woi keel to tills 'Mid in. his paper, t h e old i J r o i M i b V i l l e Clip- pei." OF OPPORTUNITIES IN THE MiMSTJIY The lii'it of a (-eriee of t a l k h lo bo iven b r l o r e ( h e .ttiHcmhly o( I lie I I i R h chcol w/in p i T b o n l p d t h i s m o r n i n g by r. D n v i d !t C r a ' i . u n , psinlor of the irjJt M e t h o d i s t K p l b c u p a l ( " l i u r c h . I l l s opic v.-.Ui "The OpportuiiiUe'i of tho Ullc-e of Hie A J I n W i l r y , " The p i o g n i n i h are t i r r a n g o d u n d e r ho a u s p k ' e i j of t l i e vocational guiil- .nce r o m m l t l i ' t 1 tit t h e Khvatita Club, v i t l i the purpose of a i d i n g students in heir choice ol a l i f e work A speaker w i l l a p p e a r before tho ihsembly each Wednesday uioniiiifi unl pi-uscut Iho clalniH and o p p o i f u n i - ies o£ d i f f e r e n t \wnlioiifc. A servico p r e p a r a t o r y to com- ivill !e held Friday e v e n i n g al 7 . - I T ) o'clock al the First P r e b - terian C h u r c h . The service w i l l lo c o n d u c t e d by Kev. (I H, K r u p p of he Kirsi U n i t e d J'n sbylcrlan Churvh. C o m m u n i o n w i l l be observed on monnujv KIWANIS ENTERTAINED ! BY MOZART CLUB i _ _,, i Five n c i n l u r of tho M o z a r t C l u b J p r c s e n l c - l ,1 h h o t t I)iH p l e a s i n g | i o - L,'fam of m u s i c a l n u m b e i - h at t l i e Ki| w a u l s C u b lod.ty a n d were accouled | tho sair .c-oidi.il reception as li.ii- | been tin- l i a b l l of the c'lub lo ; ivo upon all a p p e a r a n c e s of t h i s o r g a i i ' K a . U o n as e n t e r t a i n e r s at Ihe we kly l)or;in lo W A S I I l X l t T O N . , l a n . 2il.--lti'porl:, Ih'it Dr. Jrime.s M . ^ O o r . i n w i l l l e s i o n as ])i-ohibllion t-oniniisriioner as cioon an rongress lU'shcfi Icgi'ilalion n a i i ' . - f o r r i i i R e n f o i - t - e m e n t a e l i v i l i e e I r o m I h e Treasury U e p a r t m e n l t o t h e .1 uiitIce D e p a r t m e n t w e i e p i e v u l t M i t h e r e Unlay -_i.oes t o --L 'i, i t a r e ol' lie n u l u d i i m l i k e i-. de.ui ,nitl M i s Cooley Ma J !K en '"I · 'o s u p p o r t t l n\ P h i i l l p ; v n i lo K ,11 The Weather d'eiUMMlly t u n 1 :nnl rolik-r l o j t i j r h l , w l l h cold w a v e i n i « n i l l i i n i r l l o u , T h u r - 3 i l . i v l.ii l w i l h . s l o w l y r i s i n g t e i i i p o r a t u i e i n t h e i i l t e - r n o o u is t h e noon w i a t l i e i l o t - e c u s t U u W e - i i e i n P e n i u - y h a n i . i Kecurd, HMO M a x i m u m M i n i m u m 'SUPT. SMITH ATTENDS ; PITTSBURG CONFERENCE np|,i H. S u n l i t , f t i p e r m l ( ' i « l o n t . of t h e O o i i n e l l f c v i l l e P u b l i c schools, \vas in Pitlsburg y e s t e r d a y a t t e n d i n g a t o n - f.eren e on extension w o r k , held .il the U n l v c i s i t y of Pltt.sburg. Twenty of the l e a d i n g h u p e r n U e n i l e n i s in S o u l l n v e s t e i n P e i u i s j l v a u u i met \ v i l h t h e c h a n c c l l iv, dean of the lutt school and d l r r c l o r of e-cLemaiou w i n k in r e g a r d l o w.ivs Ihe nnlvereity i p i n l i l bi-'-t « r v e t h e i n t e i - i ' s i s and i e- f l ' l l l l I'flll.'llt'* u f Hi' 1 I H l b l K - SC:llO(jJt. 111 Hurt Jir( a, A i i e i ' t h e H K i ' i h i ' . din s u i j e r i n t i u d I ' l i l - ! v s e r e !UU' ' , .u h u i c h t o n al llif RII u l l y C l u l ) Cation Hiirn I'mler Ksiiii 1 . (''anon L. I I B u r n , i ci tor ol f t m- ' n y U p i s e o p a l C h n i c l i , I'.as to initK-rL-n :in u p p i t ' l l o n t o i l . n u M .M.u i . i r e i ' i l l o s p i i . d . P i i i ' l m m Di JO C S h e i i n ), .mil \\ h i l . j i f h s t i U \v in 10 ' j i M - ' i n i " t i n . m o i i u i r lo b " p i i - i ' i r , i ioi Ua '-!" The f i r s t n u m b e r \va.s a iiiuii l e t , "Woodland," by Milderbi;rs, p r e s t i i t e t l by Mr*-. J o h n .1. 10n,.s-, Alias KI-HUII I l i c k P , Mrl,. h c l a n d K. W h i p k e y and Mrs. I 1 . K Weiiner, u i t h Alisw I'j.ir! 1 Keck at the p i a n o . T i l l s was f o l l o w e d b y t w o boloS b v M i s s I l i u k s , " U n t i l , " ' b y Hiiuderson, and "f Pas by "i u i t r W j n d o « , " by Dralio ; Miss Reck ( h e n save a p i a n o iiiim- , her, " U o u n y b r o o k Fair," a Hi itch i real. Tlie program c o n c l u d e d wi h a ! t r i o , " M i n u e t at Marley," by B e t h e v e n , p r e s e n t e d by Mrs. lOuos, Mr.s. We mer a n d Mrs. W h i p k e y . I I n c-onveyliiK the l l i a i i k . i of I b e l u l ) to Hie m e m b e r s of t h e Mox.ir) ' ; l u i ) 1 P r e s i d e n t W o l m e r called u U e i i i o a lo the t o n n e oper.i, " W h .Vol''" ss n i c l i ' 1-1 i n hi' si.itfc-rl ) j y [lie c l u b IH-M m j t i i h , a 3 t i l e lli'nt o l l e i i i i " O l t i l l s k i i h i l j I In i oi y a u i X i U i n i i i Ur liiiccs at ( hii'iu;ii. j W A K I H X C T O X , ,kui 'it- - H e l - -don | of Chicago a« the .site of the 1!K50 , X a l i o i l d ! air un e«, has bi't-n a n n o i need I !i\ ( h o V i U l o n . i l - \ e i o u . n i l u a l A s - i x i a ,' l i o n Tin? I'di en I.ust i-eai u t re l i i Id at i Clei [ - l a i n l and v.ere a t t e i u l e i ] o.\ IIIOH- t h . i n ,"iiii',0i)u p e o p l e l l i e ' - e i . t c i i a i e i f R - n - ' l f t d 'i l b i i m p ' i i t i i i i ! in i l i n , t s e u t ol Un- j-jiu. MRS. BRYAN'S ASHES TO REST IN ARLINGTON BESIDE HER HUSBAND'S HOLLYWOOD, Pa!. Jan. 22.--The w i f e w h o «,ia W i l l i a m Jennings H r v n u ' s i n s p i r a t i o n Hnough throe u u - b i i c c c h s l u t c d i n p a i g i i h for tlia Proisi- (tency, seven l u U o n j S convpjillons at)(! tin 1 t r y i n g dayr, in ( h o K o c r e t a r y of St.itr-'j, office. i!.cl al t h e homo o[ hn d J l i g h t e r h e r e Kihl n u r n t a l t e r d a b o r t i l l i i c .*. * A l i n a i t a i l m e n t , com plicated by a r t l i r i t i s . c in ,cd I lie d e a t h of M a r y M a i n ! H r u u , line' 1 - a m j ,i half y e i i r j ; i f t e r lier linsb,i;irl ilied , J L JJayton, Teiiu , « h c i i ' he- made hi c last sjHHiclus d t r l i t n i g e v o l u t i o n lu tlio Scopes t r i . i l . D e f i n i t e I'linera) . i r r a i i K o n c j i l s w e n not a n n o u n c e d , p e i u f n i K word trotn l l u t h U r j a n Oueii.-, a n o t h e r d a u p h l e r , who followHl bet- fatjier'.s footsteps in p o l l t l c h a n d W.IH elected to Congrcsb f r o m Florida. T t n t a l i v e urr.-inctemeulh h o w e v e r , called lor hervices, hore l«'ri- d a j . Then i!'c ;i;,!)CH i \ i ! J Iju t a k e n (.0 AJ h n g t o n Cemetery in Washington to refil beside ( h o ^ e of the h i i h b a i i d w h o m she a d \ i h ( . l t h r o u g h 35 ,\ e.irb of p o l i t i c a l s t r i f e . Since ( h o r n l l t y Suiul.ij a f t e r n o o n i n J u l y , l!)2(i, w h e n In r iinsbauii Un.d, at tlie clci'-e ol ( l i e HcopcK f r i U, Alra. Hryau l i \ c - d i n Floi Ida ,it»4 IIM^« v,it!i her t h : uc- c h i l d r e n . Among Boosters At River Hearing In r u k l U i o n lo the H.IHH.-I ol pcruons m e i i t i o i K f i in 'I lie C o u r i e r ytwtatxlay i olutiH li.-1-i I d ' t o t e l,i« u l q i i . i i u ColoiH'i . N u » i s .). Icuii in P i t K b u i - f V on A l o t i i i u v lo.- Uu p u i p o i e of j H e t u n t l i t ^ HI|d H i u i i u l ti'blimoii} oiu-et n i i i f j c a n a l i - /.aiion nt the ' o i u ' l i i o n h e n y U h e i \ \ u r i * t ' b . i r l t -, \ V i M h c , i n l Frank t\ W c l k e i Mr. \ V e l K r i \\ot-- .iKo A member ot Uie HI o u i ) \ \ h l r l i represenled t h e I U o i i ' l ol 'I r.ide at l i t e . i i i n u n l i.onv n, i m n n t Hie N ' a t i o n a l R i v o r B nni\ I J n r -

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page