The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 24, 1930 · Page 11
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January 24, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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Second Part "ages VOL,. 28, N . 63. CONNELLSVILIX PA., FRIDAY EVEN NG, JANUARY 24, 1930 TWENTY PAGES. FINANCIAL CHAOS REIGNS IN GREAT CITY OF CHICAGO County, C i t r mid School Km- Ployes Are Tnpnld, Public Funds By U n i t e d Pros? CHICAGO, Jan 24 --Chicago, rm- lent Industrially and rommerclaUy, tho tvoive canter of tho Nation's traue- j poitation system and rich In the fine' arts, presented a apectcale of financial chaoe to tho world today I Head over hoels n debt, Its bankers | rpfuping further credit, the city of 3,600,000 pertons etxd at the financial crossioads, neither able to got money to carry on lt5 governmental functions nor advance a plan t h a t promised i c liof. Unoffclally Ii wen tagging to He private clti/sem e a r n i n g bundles of tax valiants but so fni it hat met only deaf cars ftom it« o\\n people With tne machlneiv of g o v e r n m e n t \ l r t u a l l y stopped tho ' Quvn or the West became a c l t v of g r a p h i c ton- A Jjtt) fiOu ()00 tempi'' 1 dedicated to G r a n d O p u a stood on the banks tit t h t v Chicago U l v e i lint the i t V.JH u n a b l o to buy coal for i t s pooihouio or tuberculosis h o s p i t a l , a lake front Inc boon filled m «ml made a pai k miles long but gaibago lemained un- ed in all M M the C h i c a g o Ktver been levewod and straightened but penslone for mothcit? and tho blind h a v o not been \it id nnd the lecipients Miffercsl in below /ero vvp-athei paiki* rtnd boulevards n r o dotted w i t h pieces of bcnlptiue i h it l a n k foremost in t h e w o r l d , but c o u n t v emploes h a v e not hcfn naid s \ m e - r a i l j in DecembPi and ( it} employe*, luive- Rone through Janu a i j w i t h o u t theh p a v c h o r k - niagni- ncoul l i n t e l s lino the Hke shoi ivbero p t l a t l n t v adits bob but 3'0 oou cbcxjl c h i l d rim nw\ ho tin own out of i laswt, late thl* m o n t h unless millions f o r payrolls .11 e lorthcomiiiK Pacing that drab p i c t u r e of t i t v ?sov- {·rrimont SlUi-'i t i S t i a ^ n iutcrnation i M v k n o w n i t t o i n e y and head of a citi- /SIIH' 'Hpflcno Committee ' t e p o i t e d "This is proluihly tho nioit serioufa nUuitlon wlndi haa e v e i confionted in Amorir ui LI and evoivbodj \ H l » e p " S t t a w n cvtiuiatcd that t h e ( i t / M dfht w s.UO.OOOOOO in unpaid a n t i c i p a t i o n wai-ants and unpaid bills. To r n e t t t l u i n the- c itj and county h r M no money t h a t (an be touched M ivoi William Halo Tohmpson and ( h e ( i t j Council a i c deadlocked over M " It/30 biulKet I'ho » o u n t v han ^7,- iiiH 0)fl w o r t ) \ 01 tax vvarrant« bef,^injj o 1 * i buvor hn! no monev '1 o the ' n a n \\i I h f s t r e e t ' tho (ut- · ( n \ mu'Ullo IIJH HUMnt l l t t l o o t h e i h n a l O i n p l t i atcd and c o n f u s i n g tight )·,* t i n a i K C h ltlioii£;li h' vv ill pay t h i ^ b i l l o v t i i t i u i l U I ntil vv Inter des i ^ ' t d iul his / t i l l a g e remained u n - c o l l f i t p l hli motor i tt utalled in tho HIJOVV CM- he i an up against de-lav in iff,'iiteriiiK the !ti t h i ind dcathw in H aniH-v tlie 'iiian tn t h e w t i e f t l,tu« n o t h i n g alxiiit t h e situation and i;ipirt»nth c a i r d !·"·*· S t r n . \ H . v ho ht^irl i the ' Roncue | t u m i n i t t c i * ' u h i h in in bod^ vvunposed to ict in an m i U c l t y t o t n e inavoi, place-d t n o bl UUP fot the b i u k r u p t c y hfitiarely on tho ·shoulder^ f political leaders 'Our p o l i t i c a l leaden* h a v i n g tailed n ' t c Iv and betns; impotent to a n y funds to k e » p the ( i t y , county and si.1nol rovornnic nts functioning \vo -i t on the ver^e of chaos" Stiawn f a d Political I n n o-« IIT.VIIIS failed it la up (o the people of Chicago to buy I'KO lit v v n r i in e Cash to pa county 'io"pit-il nunuM and motherh' pensions j .1 id to buv i c/il toi the pool fii m is · h o fn ·' and i nperativo nee'! I!ul no onu i i n t " r c s t e d For t h r e e (Hv 1 ) 1 have bwn u r g i n g i l v h ^tonprt to buy tax w n r r u i t n anl h a v e not t*o!d .1 warrant. They say t h e v vvotil! bo p u t t l n K their money i n t o a r itholo w h i l e tho pic-^ent poll- rlclarrt aro In povvoi W h o e v e r is '.» nfflco tho people eloded them and tho poodle m u s t suHcribe money to keep thif government functioning.' M a j o r 'Ihomison. who«o political ! Ign* protlalmlnc; him aa "lip; Hill the IVullder," cue «t 11 to be -.e«n aiouiul tho city blamiv a re aiHcasment o( propei tv, onto rod bv tho loglslatnrc and now bolnp coiidtictKl for t h e ] breakdown He said that hociui-,0 Kefcimers" p u t through tho 10- aHjeminent no toxtffi havo been cotloot- vl tor 2d montlis and tho city hafi lirt^l on bonowid monej. Stra-nn said ' h o immediate crisis wns imnlplatpd by tho ro-iunecament but ' our pl'^ht Is tho result ot reck- le«n nnnnc'nj? over a long period of EXPERT SAYS U. S. LAGS IN HORTICULTURE NEW ·} ORK, .Jai 24- America maj l«ul the -worM in nany things, but U 1s sadly behind'In 1 ortirulture,accord- ing to Charlie Hi nlock, Bup-erinten- dont of tlio White House greenhouses in an a t t r i l e app'arlnj; in the Feb ruarj issuo of th Country Homo, nctvf namo of thr former Farm and Fireside "tt is one of fie country's most uer- lous obligatione to tteolt n.nd posteiity to lead tlie iicild in garden*?," con- tlnuoa the man w ho tins, supplied flowers to nine I'lCbittcnts anci ten Presidents' wives unco 1S86 "The homo builder of a. ifemiiUion ago did not realize the investment value of planting but the wise ones today know better The roal estate agents know this, too Tn urging a - w i l ' t interest in horticulture, I am olten tetnimled that the country H still \oiu\g--that wo are far from being as 'gnrd n-numl«J' an some of the older n a t i o n That will come In tune " Henloek ea« tjiaf ·?-'"/000 a year IB the- apptopuatiou 01 \Vhito Itoue flowers and tliat t«cnt men cro employed in tlio gieo ihontips Ml tJip FiitU Uulie-s ami 110..* ot (lie- Piehi- dents he adds ha o had n kren ap- pieeiation ot lloi\tt!" Uso our rlasslfloc, advertisomeonta. i Lalnd Plane PQ$T MARION BRIDGE WILL BE READY BY MAY 15 I Tt 1r hoped to M a i i o u 'ie]a I M v 01 May 15, n r t o i d i n g ^ f. n (x n n w f ' o i n t I'd n I 1 i l c i Hi in lo ft 1/ce 1 Hn INDIA RUSHES CHILD MATING TO ESCAPE I h o u n i i ( l s of Sroithton I«i. i4-Ml«t, Beseie N i w p o n (if b c o t J a l t , v,an ,i gueat at ' h e hun» tit t it IK!H nt th'rt pHco on F - U ' L ' . K m \ M ,i ( htuk-tol v i s i t o r ll(in i i v a 'i-, \1 \ u u t) I ' m ! it I ico v , , l ? I ' t U( i It I t ? 'inuu* of U l a t t \ l i t In . p i i - 1 ii' n!n\ \\ i i u i I t ) ' v. .1.) i \ i t i n ^ * , U a l l d t ' iu r 1 u M s H t i v I I i n i · in i i f 1 t i A .in 'l HU f i ! !· h o t i u (»' ' u a t i!s pl.K e 'i u siluv \t ^ \ f p e v ' '-. M f i K i l c -\ I M ( t '].{, ll. in 'H ' U'lltl^ *t ' T I S p i l( r- ! m ( i v i vt i I n . \A J h i " i --'I on i * \\ «··«' N« « ' in ,, [ Spectators viewing the Pokker F-3B, largent landplane in Ainenca, a few momenta before it took to the air in its first test flight, which proved highly successful. This giant mechanical bird i* of the same model as the one which burned on Lonp Island, several vreeka ago. Tho '?-32 has seats for thirty passengers, two pilots. wd has aeeommodntlon« for baegogo, steward service a d mail. The plane will leave on a pro- Jpctfld tr vnecontinontal tour of aerial radio experiment after further demonstration tests. The first test ws held at the Teterboro, N. i,, airport. c h a n m a n o f tlu b i i d K e r o m m i t e f , in 3 report list niiht lo tho I'omt M i n o n f ' o t n m t i n i l - v C l u b at its ufnu U meeting and b a n q u e t l i e lead a i o n d o n a e d oport of the p i o M c s H on t h e new. BP n w h i c h nd vised that evei vthing wat- 1n (eadlness for the finpeisitructu 1 ' 1 work w i t h most of the b-tams a l i e t d y on hand Work of plarinpr tho Bt«o g i i d o i s w i l l bo h n r i l e d to flnish by M iv J B Tho Community Club elected t h e following officers Prebident, HYank [i Bowers, vieo-pi esl'le i t , J. Kemp Conn, IremsuuM, Fraaiv \ Cianu, and socrotar}, A .T Cans I ho member 1 ) of t h e executive committ e aio M Lee Titus, George A Caili-tr, A. 1) M j \ e r and James D Clark The speakeis were ^ongrepsman Samuel A Kendall aud Attorne-y Glonn Hunker, tho latte: oC M o i g a n town, M' Vi Siast Linv Fs Effective. Mexico ETpolg Insurance MEXICO CITY, Jan. 21-- President Etnilio Poites Gil Ia6t night ordered exphision fitm Mexico o' William P Masaie, manager of a Canadian life !n- eurancn company. U1HEEDA BISCUITS 12 Boxes 49t vmam rmmmnmmimHmm\mmmmmm»«*tna\masmaamf imam* N. B» C. Soda Crackers Start today to buy the Penn Store Way. Join the many thrifty people who come from miles around to buy their groceries at wholesale. If you want to save bring your orders to the Penn St« »res--Lowest Price Grocery Stores. One Pound Cans Best Butter in America Long Horn or Brick If Yon Tay JOc T'or Pound More "i ou C a u n u Uuy Better Butter, E s 2 Boxes -MONTE Sliced---Larce Can * IT H TOMATO SAU C5 3 cans 79c National Butter Wafers, can . 35c Camjiire Marshmallows, big can 79c Shre Ided Wheat Biscuits, box . lOc Loose Peanut Butter, pound 19c Tob* ceo--All Kinds --3 packs 25c Sunsweet Prunes, 2 Ib. box Blue Ribbon Mayonnaise, jar Premier Salad Dressing, jar . Jello--All Flavors--3 boxes Dromedary Dates, pkg. . . PANCAKE FLOUR I 2 Lbs. 49c KXiit Fo H \?i By II E BBlbBY L ' n i t e d Pi BUB S t a f f C ji t e s p o n d a n t ''AU'UTTA, Jan J4--Befoie t h C h i l I Marnagp. Aot romc-s into f o i ( n e x t \ p r i l , aftei which no ni.u ria^c iv 111 he local unless boys and ^ n l I) iv reached the ago*, of IS and 1 i eflpe-ctvely, t h o u m n d g of child tnai tiagpR w i l l have been «olp7nni/e] L nil parts of India in an effort l forestall the a t parents aro Fev-eiishl planning matches for th^ir c h i l d u i and in the next few inoutlw thousand of childien of one and two yeais c ages \\l!l ha\-p 1 e^n married l)i aocoit. anre w i t h Modem and Hindu l a w s V section of orthodox Hindus liav not taken k i n d l y to tho new leglhld tlon, ivhicli they inntond marks th beginning of tin breakdown of tho rt and sofla) lawe of tho com , and n n u m b e r of leading Mot leaf alFo havtt raited their vol o ugamcit the m«isuro In demand in that Moslems should be excluded f i o r tho act the latter maintain t h a t lo the first time since 1857 the Bi ltv j?cn«-nme'it has Intertorod i v l l h the 1 ligiona lights and susceptibilities n Mosleme imd that the- act te ,1 vloh tion of Quaen Victoria's famouu F'lot tarnation cf 1857 Injor»r Faror ¥«'»sniv However the bulk of enhfrhtfin p n b l i r opinion is behind tho ineaRin solidly ,ariI doclaie it gratifying t l i , social workers, both European a n Indian, are determined to mtke th m o v i e t o n e of the act effective amoii tha low and illiterate cla^ee w h i i tonalitnte more than 00 per cent India's millions. T h e lush and anxiety of paients t get their rhtldren married la due t two leasons Firstly, tho anri »nt In lief of Htndne t h a t marri^e of gn 1 after puberty i* against the religion and aacondly, a de-dre. to avoid u r neoeflBary harra-winent Opponents tho art havo circulated rumors in havo succewted In making HUtei u peieons lelie\« e\-eiy maniage . j t t v April 1, 19,)o, will bo inteiferd - n i t by the police The provision ot th law that an inquiry shall J a made \ n first class magistrate about a n \ t legation with regard to the a r e ' o C glil or boy that may be made by « n j one in connection w i t h a marring' ha«5 been found a convenient plea t tense feeling; Man) Marrlagrcs Already. In many tow ns marriage processor w i t h brides and bridegrooms botwco five and 12 yeais oi aga are now faiuiliit- sight and in some district^ . BeiiRal low cla^B Hindus have beg i to celebrate the nmrriagea of c\o ono-j ear-old git Is and two-year-ol lioys Ton dn^r, i r e Koneially requn ed to romplete tho cnremonlea in cor nection with a Hindu marriage au bonre of the primary middle LMiglh, and hlKh English achoolp are almoi empty on account of the absence r the boj'3 who aie detained at hoove i perform the caiemonie b in connectio with their mairlngee Reports f i o i other districts teil a similar tal« Anxiety is confined mainly to th lowei order of Bonety yet it can IK be said that the higher order i! a l l c gether fiee from it It is l e p o i t c that the guardians of a boy who owi a lai ge estato In Bengal and wbo only Ifi years of age, aie buey K'.iri t ing for A girl of about 10 years ot iif. foi maulflge Tliey havo been feui c o R H f u l In inducing i nnn of positl J pducitloit am! culUu-p. in Calriitt.i t a g i e e to give J i f s o n l y daughtt-r's Jmi in inn i ilege '1 he d o w n lyetom for years pa--t h 0 w o i k e d hardehips, eipet l a l l y apion the middle Udfisr^fi who d i e compel]* t o m o i t K a g o t h e n u u o t n e f o r j e u «he,ul to jirovirie husbands or the H T hih Is u s u a l l y done by IHXUIH to monev lenders, who n e now t n k i n a c h a n t n g p - ot ' h o flein.ind tor b i n l f gioom'= l)v t h d i p r m s ( x o i b i t u i l r.Ui of i n i e i e s t In the mra! distriotn in p t u t k u l thev .no doin^ A loaring btisltiKis al of u i t c n ' - l \ \ h i c h w o u l d niiiKe \ \ L f c t c j u tnono-s lendei bluth w i t sh.iinc I ' u i t u n a t e l v tlie r-vsfein l j ( K i n g r mo UK tho o d u c a t i but a none; t h e t l t l l e i a t c peojil tlicie Is in iuli u o i k to he done be for ape ; d umloms can bo tin i l l y d b o l f p l l.Uion t in do l i t t l e \ \ H h o i t h e r i i v n i h o n of the iiuir f, t, ,ind i t h i s d i i e c t i o n t o i e i m i in'i.'-iont a n v , e ! t i r e bocieties u. 1 f i n i n g lo ,\i i ^ l o t i o n , w o i l i f o ' I f i t n l t u e ot Indi! Expert Lessens Labor Of Rat Exlerrainatioi !)j L i n il l i i ·* ^ K ) ! \ - ( 1 I -i I A \ , I J in J I G e u i ' i p u i ! n . i l i a i \ i m i i i t n U f 1 ( 1 ) ) l ) I 1 \ ( J I I I I - , i l l l l l ) / l I!! t" i i j i t h d) t ii iii ID , 1 UK \v 1 i n n i U i i l u i i l d ) r I t u I t i i I (hit's IK lit \- i n I n i 'iit, 1 - , ^. \sil\ it- JH s-ible N j\\ i i i r U u l ' ii-in.' t r i p ,ui ll \ i l to ll I I ! I l l 1 l 1C l!l t l i e m i»n I c.Uthiu-, i n t i w i t 1 t n i p ' nn c a n n in i p u U c n l u \\ i w h i c h peunr, t h i.u KI ( l u I'te. ui but not to it i i ) i 1 i n 1 i i i! i n ^ i 1 ']· ' ( i n 'i 11'.

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