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January 25, 1930

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L j Efti At ast JLjdition rice Connellsvalle's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Best Ac vertising Medium in the Yough Region. VOL. 2 r~i r 1 J. 0-1. ''''"-' ^Vockly C'unrU-r. l-'n«linled July ill, 187». | .Mrrepd. T)u , , , l i n v i-,,,,,.!,,,., K,,,,,,];!,.,! xovrji.l.jr 10, 1«B2. | J u l y JS. 1USD. PLANE CREWS DROP I "Grand Old Woman FOOD TO MAROONED !l Of Georgia Dead VICTIMS OF FLOOD! QVTT T Ifi PA cj A TTTT? T" A V 17! V TiTNTNf * T A Nil 7 A T? Y r r i I'l'TI jb V 1L.L.11;, 1 A., b A J . U J . U J A l Ji V liiMINl i, J A l N j U A U X _ O , .1 JoU. _, ___ . 1 _____________ Only .FIMV of -V2- l-'ninilios i n j I n d i u n i i u n d I l l i n o i s in Dire Need. RED CROSS OPENS HOSPITALS l!y C u i i c t l frc-s?. VIXCICXNIOS, 1ml.. J a n . 25.-Marooned s u f f e r e r s i n t h e f l o o d e d areas of I n d i a n a and I l l i n o i s at food from the skies today, w i t h prospects of move as air c r a f t eout.inued to iil- l o v i a t e (hi; s u l ' f e r i n g in the i n u n d a t e d t e r r i t o r i e s . Prayers of the h a l f - s t a r v e d and h a l f - f r o z e n resident:-, who for more .than a week have b«-n isolated, wore answered y o a t e n l u y as six planes f r o m I n d i a n a atid I l l i n o i s National G u a r d d r o p p e d food, c l o t h i n g a n d m e d i c i n e . A d d i t i o n a l planes w e r e i t u n e d u p today t o scan t h e t e r r i t o r y a g a i n a n d drop more s u p p l i e s t o needy who may have been aiisf-ed. O n l y a few of UK- l v ,265 families marooned by the W ihash and W h i t e r i v e r s r e m a i n e d in t.iro need of s u p p l i e s . Fear was f e l t f o r t h e s a f e t y o f thei.-o f a m i l i e s as ice jams c u t them ·off f r o m r e l i e f . D-?pot.y, established at the edges of '.ho flood d i s t r i c t s by tho Red Cross p r j v e n l c d f l i c spread o f p n e u m o n i a ·and s m a l l p o x , diseases w h i c h are believed to have claimed a number ot persons who have been u n h e a r d from. Men pushed sleds over the ice as Car as 10 miles y e s t e r d a y to bring medicine and food to isolated r e s i d e n t s . P'ans f o r m a k i n g t h e O r r v i l l e School, n e a r here, a hospital base \vort' .expected to be c o m p l e t e d t o d a y following a c o n f e r e n c e between relief leaders yesterday. IlKBECC V KKLTON. By U n l t o c i Pi-c ». ATLANTA, Ga., .Ian. 25. The "Grand Old Woman" of (fcuorela -Mrs, Rebecca L a t i m e r l' v !.ton, the o n l y one ol" her sex ever to serve in | the U n i t e d States S e n a t e -is dead. | She Kuccvtmbed a few m i n u t e s be- j fore m i d n i g h t to a long : l l n e s s which i Co mi tl its. i n c e p t i o n i n .njiiries re- ·· ceived in an a u t o m o b i l e a c c i d e n t tit i ("artsrsvlllu, Ga... last March. :?. She j was 'J'l. \ \ Mrs. Felton sat in t w r Senate sca- i sions. although* tho clavsed time of | her service- was less t h a i a day. Sho I was a p p o i n t e d ou Octohi · r ;·!, lii'J'.!, by G o v e r n o r Thomas W. H a r r i w l c k of Georgia to f i l l tho v n c a n -y caused by Ihe cleat U of Senator T h M U B p 10. W a t son. Sho sat in the Senate sessions of November 21 ami 22, !Ji2J. Beiore her a p p o i n t m e n t , .Mrs. Kfll- tou had stumped the s l c t o in b e h a l f ! be said, rf Governor H a r d w l c k ,uid Senator Watson. She called h e r - e l f an l n d n - VKMHUMit Democrat and v as a claugh- j ter of the American R e v o l u t i o n . BI.YTHKVILl/F.. Ark., J a n . 25.---A J Mrs. Felton was born In De K a l b Ileot of 20 motor powered flatboats j c o u n t y , Ga., ou J u n e !·. 1SF.3. Sho pushed t h e i r way t'arUier back i n t o t h e ] was a w r i t e r of n o t e an:: spent m u c h t i m e l e c t u r i n g on s u f f r a g , teinperanco and other s u b j e c t s of i n t e r e s t so \vom- [ en. CONGRATULATIONS TO CONNELLSVILLE Jlml Much to Do in Put Hit £ Across R-ivur I m p r o v e m e n t Hoariiifr, He Siiys, PRAISES ALL WHO HAD PART C o n K r e s s u i a n M. ClyJc K e l l y of nrad'dt.ick. one of the i n f l ' - i e n t i a l members of Uie House of l U ' p r e R c n f a f i v c s who is boosting t h e c a n a l i z a t i o n of the Youghloc;lieiiy Ilive^, was g r e a t l y e n t h u s e d over the r e m a r k a b l e d e m o n s t r a t i o n of earnestness and v i g o r which marked tho h e a r i n g b e f o r e Colonel J a r v l s J . B a i n , H u l l e d S t a t e s A r m y e n g i n e e r , in P i l t s h u r g ou Monday. "In my -' years ns a member of Congress," R e p r e s e n t a t i v e K e l l y told S. C. Stevenson, secretary of ".he Y o u g h l o g h e n y R i v e r I m p r o v e m e n t A s s o c i a t i o n i n a n i n t e r v i e w w i t h h i m a f t e r a d j o u r n m e n t of tho session, "I never saw a h e a r i n g c o n d u c t e d in such splendid s h a p e in e v e r y respect.. The w e i g h t of tho t e s t i m o n y , the c l a r i t y of expression, the c h a r a c t e r of the witnesses, tho m e t h o d of p r e s e n t a - t i o n of t e s t i m o n y , the- a t t e n d a n c e , and In f a c t , e v e r y t h i n g a b o u t i t w a s splendid." C o n g r e s s m a n K e l l y c o i i g r a t u l a l f x l Major John K. B l a k e , s e c r e t a r y of the Board of T r a d e , f o r the p u b l i c spirit. of the peoph of Uib c o m m u n i t y w h i c h was cvldetic-.'d by tlut e x c e l l e n t t u r n out, i n n u m b e r s n t the h e a r i n g . A n e v e n s m a l l e r r e p r e s e n t a t i o n f r o m CotuK.lIsYillf, c o n s i d e r i n g t h e w e a t h e r conditions, would h a v e been w o r t h y , hut. t h e s i n c e r i t y o f f l i c comm u n i t y i n i t s rlemaml f o r e x t e n s i o n of t.ho barge chauiio! could not have hcon better i i h o w n t h a n by the 70 who t r a v e l e d 60 nvilos on one of t h e co'dttit m o r n i n g s of i h e winter. Blond Gunwoman Returns TWELVE I'AC Erf. l l c - r e is a r e m a r k a b l y g-«ul jihf. ograph of Irene Sehroedcr, blond g u n - w o m a n , snapped «« her t r a i n , b e a v i l g u a r d e d , pimned t h r o u g h Chicago, fol- | l o w i n g h-er capture in t.ho w i M n of Ai izona a f t e r a n a t i o n w i d e ) search. Kho ami G l e n n Hague, her s w e e t h e a r t , s own h e r o in t h e i r P u l l m a n c a r , are | w a n t in! in P e n n s y l v a n i a for t h e · · · ] « / l u g of a h i g h w a y p a t r o l m a n near New i Castle. They are now in j a i l at N e w Castle. w a t e r - l o g g e d area of ' n o r t h w e s t e r n j Ark'.iusa« today in an a t t e m p t to! rescue the residents marooned in the | More t h a n aoo t'amilieti, w i t h o u t food and fuel for almost n week, were res- i;tied by tho bouts yesterday ae the w a n n e r w e a t h e r broke up Ihe ice jam and allowed tho craft to c o n t i n u e operations after being hold to their j wharfs for 4S hours by bitter cold. j ThrK! deaths wore reported among j the folk rescued in the St. Francis I Kivor Valley. One man was drowned j and two frozen l.o ieath. Rescnorfi feared other fuNilities as they pushed t h e i r w.ay through the dark .swamp forests today. forciicc C h u r c h , f e r e n c e a v e n u e , UNITEiD BRETHREN MAKE GOOD SHOWING; DR. WILSON SPEAKS Rev. VV. S. Wilson, of J o h n s t o w n , su- of tly? AUcghouy Ccm- of UM I'nile-d Brethren presided at tho t[uart«rly con- of tho First Church. Jjincoln last e v e n i n g . IC.tceUent reports v.-e-ro given by -tha pastor' Rev. K. A. S h u l t z , the H u i K l u y school s u p e r i n t e n d e n t , tho president a n d the t r e a s u r e r of tho Women's Mis- .-ionuvy Association a t u l posideutn and trojisuriM's of tho y o u n g people'*, organization?. of the c h u r c h . The. f i n a n c e committee reported u recommendation t h a t t h o b u d g e t remain us last y o u r . Siiperintcndeiu Wil«on gave- a brief t a l k . l!o oulled -Uio a t t e n t i o n to the progress tnudo In the coiit'erence and to tho program ahead of the c h u r c h year. IIo made special noto of the coin Ins; g a t h e r i n g s , among them the r e i i M s y l v a i i l u s t a t e pastors' convou- tion lo bo hold next week at Jlurris- buvfr. I h c bishop's' rc'.veat March 'I at the First C h u r c h at Oreoii«burg and s p e c i a l g a t h o r i n g of l.!io ministc-rs and l a y m e n at F l a r r i s b u r g in A p r i l . Ho also c o t u t i H M i t c d on tho good reports und tho progrosis w h i . - h is being m a d e In this local c h u r c h and commended the. ndlclals of tho c h u r c h . ;t b e s t - k n o w n · last n i g h t , i l i c acid to l i f e , d u r i n g '·d a host of his one arm iiscovercfd at y h is , who for BALTIMORE OHIO PLANS BOND ISSUE W ,163,031,000 X I I W Y O R K , Jar;. 25. -- Ouu of tho largest bond issues i t the new year has been a n n o u n c e d by t h e Baltimore Ohio H a l l w a y , w h i c h w i l l offer to su.'d.holders, subject to the a p p r o v a l i , f t h e i n t e r s t a t e Commerce Commission. .(·:.'. O.'.: I, OOii in :a-year -I ',« pel- c e n t couvcr'.nile gold bonds. The hnnd.-: " i l l be offered at !5 iiml accninl i n i c r e s i to both p r e f e r r e d .ind c o m m o n s t o c k h o l d e r s , who may n l i t i s - u ' l b e lo an i t i u o i i n t e([.ual to HU p e r · · · · n t of t h e p a r v a l u e o f t h e i r h o l d i n g s of b o t h r U i s s u s ot' stock. T h e f u n d . ) i n c u t - ; a m l i i i s P . i n i cf S l V U ! i( it'.'' "I l\t Carey S, Brynur, Uniontowa Printer, Swallows Add, Dies I - ' N I O N T O W N , Jan. 2 5 . I n s h e d i n - ing hail ,of the Odd Ft-llown^ lodgfl rootn where he had u p i - n l . HO m a n y years fostorinK tho f r a t e r n a l s p i r i t of 'brotherly love, Carey S. B r y n e r , 63, and one. o£ U n l o n t o w n ' s printers, lay down to di He took a dose of curb, b r i n g to nn end a busy which he had a c c u m u l a t friends. ' Strotched on .the floor extended, the body was 7:30 o'clock t h i s m o r i p n i r brothe,r-in-!aw, Isaac C. R f f l a n u m b e r of years has b^on H u p c r i t i - tendent of the Odd Fellows Building. Mr. Bryner had been "rnployed by Uie F f t r w e l l P r i n t i n g O i ' t n p a n y lor a b o u t 2S years working at i n t e r v a l s in composing rooms o! U n f o n t o w u newspapers. Last T!uinkssdv!ug he was laid off because of Black work und had been despondent ever since, .say members o£ the f a m i l y . Ho was a member of Fort Necessity bodge, I. O. O.'F., i member of A l p . i e t i s B. Wilson Jjortg.-?, Knii/Ms of I'ythiaa. the Woodmen of the VV.orld uisd t h e Typographical Union of t h i s ity. He was born in U n i o n ' o w n , a . ! ?oa of Robert and Sarah S m a i l e y Bryr.tr. Ho Is tturvivod by his v Ife. M a r t h a Bryner:_ci sister, Mrs. Ulanclie Rlfflo, and .VthrCB soua and ;. daughter, Charles. ..V., at home, Josqph of 1-Iome- wood, Eola of D u n b a r t o w n s h i p and llomer Le-roy of U n l o n l o w n . Tho body was t a k e n to I lie Johnston f u n e r a l parlors and a r r a n g e m e n t s for tbje service will be a u n o t i i i c c d later. ANTI-BANDIT TEAR GAS SYSTEM TESTED AT SECOND NATIONAL Mr. B r y n e r was e m p l o / e d for due day on the Weekly Courier, according to John B. Coolcy, dean of c o u n t y p r i n t e r s , now retired. Mr to help out one day man;, Mr. Coo ley said.. .Mayor M i n e r d , C o u n c i l m a n U. U Borg, members uf t h e police, ijepurt- me-til, nowHp.ipernuMi and a few o t h e r s had a:n experience w i t h thu l a t e n t weapon for ··ombattiiu: b a n d i t r y - - twtr ga«--at tho Secoml N a t i o n a l B a n k last n i g h t . A d f i u i o n s t r a t l o n of the h a r m - lesij, yet p o w e r f u l , cliemicil was g i v e n by Forrest M. T i r n n i i r n s ol' tin* Federal Labai"...toi'ic.K Inc., of Vlltabut't--. i Thu guest.f. were i n v i t e d by Alex B, Hood, c a s h i f r of the Sc-comi X a l i o n a l Bank, in ord-r t h a t they m i g h t w i t n e s s the c f f f t c t i v e i u w s of the fiystem ivhich wns iiiBtalle; two weeks ago in the ins t i t u t i o n . A f t e r a b r i e f motion p i c t u r e d i s p U i y , the g r o u p w e n t to a room on the e i g h t h floor ·( the b u i l d i n g w h i c h had been fitted exactly l i k e t h e b a n k i n g room on the s r o u n d f l o o r . The "guns" a r c fitted i n t o t h e o r n a m e n t a l w o r k in the corridor and a t t r a c t uo special attention. Ttie pr«s of a b u t t o n , however, ruelatiie u heavy c l o u d of gas which r e n d e r s the iuo«t dangeroilH b a n d i t a b s o l u t e l y helples.'i. This f a c t wan brought, home to those who stood in the eighth floor room and felt the effect of a fiinall discharge, arranged for the demonstration. As oach staggered i n f o frowh a i r w i t h b l i n d i n g leur-i r u n n i n g f r o m t h e i r oyes they expressed a desire to keop a w a y f r o m t'iiri.hur c o u U i c t i n t h e f u t u r e . The. tear £,a« g u n s are considered even a better protection for thu b a n k against d a y l i g h t h o l d u p s t h a n t h e burglar a l a r m ayetem ins to lied a year ago. ? its. Schraeder Is Vacant Dunbar OTHO M. BAKER FULL - FLEDGED NAVAL AVIATOR caino here years ago. Otho M. Baker, stationed at. the U n i t e d State. 1 ; N a v a l Training . S t a t i o n at Hampton Road,s, Vn., w i l l in all probability bo tire first, young m a n , e n l l s t g d In tho service by Chief S. K.' P h i l l i p s to Ixjco-me" an accomplished aviator in the Navy. Otho, home for a' f o u r l o t i g h , its w i t h his wife and l i t t l e son, born on "Monday, two days before he arrived at M o u n t Brad-dock for his v i s i t .with his family and parents, Mr. a n d ' M r s . Samuel Baker. Today he called at Tho Courior oillce, accompanied by C h i e f Phillips. The Mount Qraddock y o u n g man lias ([itailfi-ed as a solo flfer and already By U n i t e d 1'rcs: has 14 hours in the. air, After b e i n g .M.,I''EXA, Mich.. Jan. 25. -Mrs. W t l - ! P i v o n p r e l i m i n a r y t r a i n i n g , he was. liain K e n t , -lit. and her five c h i l d r e n i s e n t l " tlle P a u i f i c Coast where he did A t l a n t a , destroyed Given Permission To See Little So i By U n i t e d . I'res.t MCW CAST1/E, J n t i . '.-«· - I r o c- Hchrocdor t o d a y w:m to ·:·· lu.-r foil ·- year-old s o u , D o n n i c , mr t h e tir ,t time Hhi:« the left the chi;«i at. li r Ki-andfa-tht-r's home ai U'ln-ilitig, \ '. Vn.. on New Your'?, day w h i l e fle«!i .; 'from renni«ylvai»i'i. P'.-Hc« I t : conne - tlon w i t h Dio s l a y i n g of Cori'or 1 Brady 1'a.ii! on Dccvmbor 27. PormisMloii Ix) ««* tho cliili., who s in a horiH- only n block from t' : c Lawrence c o u n t y jail, W-!HT« t! 9 m o t h e r i.s c o i U l n u i l . w u - K^'U'-P"' ; ' SlUM-liT F r a n k M. J o h . M o n , ; i f t ^ r t v ·.» fiif-.UTH of t!i; b l o n d I m n d i t . M i :. .Marthii y h a t i i a i i a n d Mr;-. ^ l . U a u ; i, both vif \ V h c v l i P K , h a i l vii--l!e.d Ire-: e a n d heard her ll-a t o sei- h.ir - h - i l d , AH the th(·«· sisters ;iwM. t»- liio (ir t. lime in yours Tren-e, l - u r s t i n t o tea n when told of h^r c h i l d . "T'leasfs, iileaHo let ni-e. HM i i l i n , ' a) cric-d, tt-arn ^tream-ing down her hea l l y rouged c!K-(»lra. She c o n t i n u e d to plead for nor c l i i l i, tho two i'.i.steivi said, auil t h e y wnt. 3 S h e r i f f J o h n s o n a m i asked 1:' t n o !K v c o u l d no!, be b r o u g h t , front t h e lion o o f , . J a c k H u n lap, d e t e n t i o n oflicw. a slnirt d i e t a i H ' e awiiy. .loiins»n H t m l v consented and tho c h i l d was to 1 , t a k e n to his mother ia'er Sn t h e alte noon. Tho blond'.s t e a r f u l plea for her sr i was the "llrsl break" i - u . i - n u i t U n i siui e she and her c o i n p a t i i o n , \V. Glen i DriKiK*, tsial'iftl VVodiiPswlny f r o m the r cell in ;in Arizona jail Cor New Ca,*t ·; in c o n n e c t i o n w i t h the s l a y i n g of U i p a t r o l m a n . WHIO£U,\.;, W. Vn.., .Tan. 2fl.- - .loseph (Jntw~for.fi. a.ged f a t h e r ( I r e n e Schrouder, who is In Uiwrem i c o u n t y jail at New ("antlo. Pa., o t advice of a p h y s i c i a n , d-cekled no I i visit, h i B df.itifiht.ur. 11« had i i U e n d e i lo visit the girl t o d a y in cotnpan · w i t h C h i o t of Police Francis Mora i of H c ' l l n i r e . O h i o . Mrs. W. G l e u u Daixue, w i f e of G l e n T Datjue, who 1s also lurid i t i N e · C c u i t l i i u p i l on I-'ajjo Six. House Destroyed By Mystery Fire A p p r o x i m a t e l y 200 employe.' of tUr- G r e o n n b o r o and """ay-elle C o u n t y C,;ss c o m p a n i e s attended a "rou«lnf enfe-ty m e e t i n g hold -last n i g h t at the, M o n o n - gahela Hotel, B r o w n s v i l l e , m a r k e d by an address by Joseph , B r o w n of U n - .loiitow-n, field r e p r e s e n t a t i v e - of tlu: Travelers Insurance Company J. H a l l Spear, local agent, a m i chairman of tho local accident, p r o v e n lion comrniUe^, headed a I n r j o d e l e - g a t i o n of Connellsville and v i c i n i t y employes to the- meeting, o n e of the most enthusiastic since th.o i n - i u g t i n i - tio.n las-t fall of a general accld-Mit pr«- vonlion program by Ihe Pit.t8b.tirK K r o u p of the C o l u m b i a Gas I01-eutrlc pro;iertle«, w h i c h Included the companies serving Fa.yc.tto c o u n t y and v i c i n i t y . W. II. A d a m s , special agent for th« Pit.tsburg group, was in charge, of the meet.i-ng, arranged by .1. A. Fle'cber 'of Brownevill«, d i s t r i c t , m a n a p ' - r . '.Mr. Adams is also c h a i r m a n of tho general accident proven t ion coni-miU.ee H. A. Cameron, gen-era.1 sal.» m a n - agor for th^ I M U s h u r g group, npokc brl-efly aliout an omployos' sa.Jes. program w h i c h enables evory employe to incroaso h i s l u c e r n e IhrouRli cooperative effort w i t h the compa.ny a p p l l a u c o d - e p n r t m o n i . The a t t e n d a n c e I n c l u d e d delr?at.ions f r o m C o n n e l l s v l l l c , Scott dale, .leiii!- net.te, I . ' n i o n i o w n , n r o w n a v l l l c , C h n r - leroi. Uonora, WOHL NVwfon u i d v l - c i n i t i w . Tlompsons Kkve ·To Phi!ai!e!;pliia H f j i v y 'Demand by A u t o m o b i l e Milkers It r I HITS Stool to 7«i For Cent. BUSINESS IN GENERAL BETTER Fire, believed to be of i n c e n d i a r y o r i g i n , t h i s m o r n i n g at 3: SO o'clock destroyed an u n o c c u p i e d t w o - s t o r y , f o u r - r o o m d w e l l i n g a t D u n b a r , owneil by Mrs. M u r t ; n r « - t Pasqualo of ScoU- dAh?. The lost; WHS e s t i m a t e d at $'-.000, Aul.horitl-ir.--i in V f t s t i s a t l n g tho CIHIKG of Uie- bloiio, tho fiH'ond of Its. k i n d I b i n m o n t h to occur in a. vacant b u i l d Ins. expressed tin- bolie.f t h a t someone set iir. to ilu s t r n r t u r e . The houiiti w/.it-: locked and t h c r n was no e l e c t r i c w i r e s , g;i.s l i n e o r a n y t h i n g ol*o lnfii(!«i t h a t , m i g h t h a v e c t i n « f ( J be i f r n i t e r i . .Vi-veriheles.s. t h e lire o r i g i n a t e d i n s i d e I.he- h o m o Ui i t w a s s a i d , t h e work of the f i i i n b a r F i;-- i MOTHER AND FIVE SMALL CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH tl re were b u r n e d to d e a t h :tl Mich., early today w h o n fh t h e i r s m a l l f r a m e house'. The dead, besides M r s . K e n t , are O i i o t h . 14; Agno-i, i l ; Ton . u i n u ; Lucille, six, ami H i l l y , five. Route 119 Throv/n Open to Traffic :f..--l. r . S. Kuulc- N'o. ami rtcott- c ' l i i i i i n aii.ut ot' (lit 1 K c y K i . i i i e a von lie (''ciiiis.vl- \ :! ic a nd sent to Uie llrst ssolo f l y i n g . Me was thou re- j t u v n M l to the Groat Luko. Hlatioii, I l l i n o i s , w h e r e ho rcc-civcd his fir.st i n s t r u c t i o n . Otho now iis located a t ! H a m p t o n Kou;« from w h i c h bo o x - ! itects to be sent, to Vensacola, Fla.. a.s 1 a f i n i s h e d a v i a t o r . W h i l e a t l i a n i p - j ton Roads t h e \ o u i i f t man i.-; s t u d y i n g i 1VI.KI-: S K L K C T K I ) I'ATIK.VI'.S, VHKTTY W O M K N B A U ] { K 1 , SAYS DOCTOR IX 1)1 VOHCK B I L L My U n l L c i l . Fi'c.'-.a. C H I C A G O , , J n n . 25.--Or. Henry Am berson was g e t t i n g a l o n g well ill h i medical pracUc.e u n t i l lm got nmrviei hci said in u u r o H s M l l to h i s w i f e ' n sui or divorce. ' T h o u t h i n g s began t o h a p p e n f a s and o f t e n , he said, in charging: T h a t Mrs. Ambers on selected hi p a t i e n t s , r e f u s i n g p r e t t y w o m e n . That when lie r e m o n s t r a t e d sb threatened to get "the cohorts of Beai O ' B a n i p n , a s w a s s l n a t e d gang loader, t do away w i t h him." T h a i - s h e t o l d his p a t i e n t s t h a t h . p r o b a b l y w o u l d poison t h e m , being ; poor doctor. That she threw such things a crockery and K i i r g l c a l i n s t r u m e n t s a him w i t h s u c h good aim that he 1 d i s f i g u r e d f o r Jlt'e. Department j-aveil a n o i h i » r homo f r o m being razed by t h e flames. Tito home of Mrs. ly.rlla Cense is situated i!0- feot a w a y from [ l i e Pu.sij'iialo h o m e and the v o l u n t e e r s p r e v e u l u i ! t.lio (ire from B p r e a d i n g Lo this b u i l d i n g des p i t e t h e f a c t t h a t t h e w i n d was-, b t o w - iuff in that, d i r e c t i o n . Mrti. Censo \n away on a v j s l t a n d it was hnlioved t h a t f t i e do«;s n o t h a i o any knowledge of tin? lir-e. The !'a.si]iiale h o m e , u n t i l (.wo weeks n p o , hud been o c c u p i e d by t'.tie- Nick liucci family.. The- I n u l d i n g is located on Spoes.-; H i l l in D t i u b u r , SCHOOL OFFICIALS TO REPORT DANGEROUS RAILROAD CROSSINGS H A H R I S U U K G , Jan. "Jf,. C o u n t y and d i s t r i c t school s u p e r l t i t o n d e n t s in P e n n H y l v a u i a have been askud to report f n u d c n u a l e l y .protectc-d grado crosaiagH, John P. Doheny, c h i e f accident invesf.iRalor for the P u b l i c Service Commis.sion aiiuounccd today, Tho. query was addressed to the school heads an a result, of tin; k i l l l u g of n i n e school c h i l d r e n and a :j;is d r i v e r on an u n p r o t e c t e d crowing n e a r Berea, Ohio, on J a n u a r y 2:i. W a n t s D r y Act KiMlseu. \V.VSHI.\tlTO-\, . I a n . 1IS.--A rf-QiH'.Ht t h a t I ' r o s l d c n i H o o v e r h a v e I h e L a w K u F o r r ^ m u i H Comml.'uion c o r i H i d e r i n i c - v I u U m ol' t h o N a t i o n a l 'ProhibiHon Act ;o p e r m i t m a n u f a c t u r e r s of b e v e r ages contain!:I.R; no; moi'o ( h ; u ·_'.":_, I--PI- ccni. ;Uc(-!iol WJLS nituie at t h e W h i t e H o u s e t o d a y by U e p y e s e n i a t i vc h y o r . K i ' p i i i ' l i ' a.u. . M i s s o u r i . n]cmhr.|- ( -,i tho House J u d i c i a r y Commit tec. ' The Weather S n o w Ihirrie.- 1 , tin-; a f t c - r n o o n p r o b a b l y t n n i g h l . ; colili.'r loi y t i n d a y f a i r is ih'.- noon w e a t h e r I'a-jl f o r W e s t e r n l ' e ) i n n y l v a n i a . T c H i p c r n l t i r e itccord. 1!»,'!() U M a x i m u m ... M M i n i m u m ::ii A l e a u .M i PHILLIPS READY TO GIVE FACTS ABOUT THE NAVY T?ersoiis d e s i r i n g any I n f o r m a t i o n r e g a r d i n g the U n i t e d State« Navy and v a r i o u s phase's of it.s e n l i s t m e n t re- (jtiireinentu and benefits arc -requested to get in touch with Chief S. S. P h i l - lipfi, in charge ..of the local Navy re- c r u i t i n g station, located on t.he second door In tho: Federal Building at'North Arch and West Apple"-streets. " Chief P h i l l i p s today called aUeiUion" to the fact t h a t the N a v y D e p a r t m e n t wants t h e p e o p l e l.o got in touch w i t h t.he r e c r u i t i n g officers for data as they are, or s h o u l d bo, in a position l.o k e e p the p u b l i c I n f o r m e d on enli;;!.- j ments. i M a n y c o u i i i i u i i i c a f i o i i H , f o r w a r d e d ' to ihe Navy Depart.moul at. W a s h i n g - ; ton, D. C., h a v e been r e t u r n e d lo the ; r e c r u i t i n g odlcer, cltMe.st to l h « t o w n · f r o m which the leUcr was lirf»alchet, i Chief . P h i l l i p s Ijafi rei.'i.'iviul u n u m b e r . of Llictse Ii?tiers. i Palii-nls Jif t r i i s f i i l a l . I Three- n e w p a t i e n t s h a v e betn a d - : j n i t l o d to the C o m i e l l s v i l l e Stale Hos- : p l t a l . Auiui.'U A l a t i l n i o f S o u t h C o r : - j i i o l l s v i l l c u n d e r w e n t ' a t h r o a l o i . ' r : a t i o n ( h i f j u o r n i u j r a n d Airs. K i | n ' l : Sleek of S r o t i d a l e and i\lrs. K a t h c - r i n e i S l i a w of C i t i i i i u i i i R s a v ^ n i t r h a v e ln.' ;i i p d i u i t t c d for ircvU.Hieut,. i .Mr. and Mrs. .Joseph .1. T h o m p s o n , r c H i c l o n t ' j of t h i r f i-li.y for i i f . i r l y -fi y e a r n , moved t o d a y t o P l i i l a ' i c l p h l n . whei- t h e y w i l l l i v e . M r . Thompson, former m a n a g i n g e d i t o r ;f t h e Xc';v^. w i l l t a k ? a p o s i t i o n w i t h , a I - ' l i ' l a d e l p h S a n e w s p a p e r . I n t h e d e p a r t u r e o f t h e T h u n p r - o n s t h o f i t y loses a good n e w s p a p T m a n and a w o m a n w l u j has been a ' - ' i v e in i t s c i v i c a f f a i r s , Not o n l y I K S ^r: ; ,. Thompson been an e n e r g e t i c '.vork'.M' i n t h o SViiman's C u l t u r e C l u b , w h i c h him servuit iii-t prc:Mdi'!it for t w y e i ' 1 : ' , bin she is iH-ariii'', tlm end ul' I - ^ r second t w o - y e a r t e r m as prcsii ent. '.if t i n ! l-'ayotlo C o u n l i ' W o m e n ' s t . ' l u b s , Mrs. Thompson ;'.!: f i l i a t i o n of l i c h i K I he f i r s t :ui w o m a n to he elected a inc. in hoc Board of E d t i c a i i u i i of t h e c t ' w h i c h K h e s"rvocl tor t.wo y e a r . i . The Thoiiipsoiui' son, Joseph l\l.. is a m e m b e r of the e d i t o r i a l s t a f f uf Uie ' P h i l a d e l p h i a Ledger, w h i l e t h e i r d a u g h t e r , M i s s M a r y , in a V e i n h e r at A r d m o r e . Mr. a n i l Mrs. T h o m p s o n ha- e secured an apart.ni6ni in West P h i l a d e l p h i a . RIVER ASSOCIATION ENROLLMENT UNDER WAY; MANY SIGNED A ready response to UK; c u l l for e n r o l l m e n t s i l l t h e V o u g l i i i f r h e n y Kivi?r I m p r o v e m e n t A K K o c i a t . i i n has l-eeii shown here and ijced fo. '.uldi- l i o n a l b l a n k s l i a s become a p p i r v u l . .Many n antes and t h e fee of .*l h a v e been t u r n e d in to S e c r e t a r y J o h n K. Bl:iU? at the Hoard of T r a d e oil!.'.', and (here aro o t h e r s e n r o l l e d -.vhose names have not yd been s i i b n - i H e d . The iiameH on thu C o n n e i l s v i l l o rosier at. p r e s e n t i n c l u d e MajoV J o l i n 1C. Blake, H a r o l d C. Hmltock, A l a y o r H. D. M i n e r d . W i l l i a m K. U e l i o l t , W. S. B e h a n n a , K r a u H P. V'ell;er, J a m e s i\i. Dvlseoll, JoHeph B. Henderson'. Charles C. M i t c h e l l , J o h n Kiiu-aii.1, . J o h n Gray, i l a r r y D u n n , ' John Ktiud- j man. Fred \Vine-man, J(. 11. 1 - l y a i f . ! Kay -Metzsar, I l a r r y f ' o c h r a n , J. ).,. ( C y p h e r , J a m e s Cyplicr, J r . , h a r r y ! M.cMaster, C. 11. B a l s l e y , Fred Opper- 1 iiuui, tMiarlo.-i V. W h i l e , K. V.'illard H e r w i c l i , G r a y d o n I l e r w i c k . \1. J, H o l a n d . H. DeAngelis, .and t.'harlos Frye. n.-.' /;i(:rr..\nr i.. n n j D t j R T t.'nilr-il I'ro.iK r-'In.iiK'lal \ V r i t n r . NI-IW Y f ) R K , J a n . L'5.--With r e t a i l t r a d e isrunewbat restricted by ex- l.remr-ly r - r i l d u-pathor, a t t e n t i o n of f i l l I n i y i n c K K w o r l d w a s t u r n e d t h i s week lo a H e r i n s of h i g h l y c o n s t r u c t i v e rep o r t s f r o m t h e sfoel a n d a u t o m o b i l e i n d u s t r i e s and from g o v e r n m e n t oiri- P r e s i d o n t Hoover, who ha:-; been keepiai.; in close touch with the biu;i- nesfi s i t u a t i o n since lite series of " p r o s p e r i t y c o n f e r e n c e s " at the W h i i o House Itist Novemijer sta.tiMl that, uvi- · o n i p l i i y u i e n t wne deiiretirsing. w h i l e tlio n a t i o n a l h u s i u e s s 'survey c o n f c r e n i ' B saw e v i d e n c e of g r o w i n g a c t i v i t y in. gonoral business witli no a r t i f i c i a l s t i m u l u s n e e d e d . T w o n t t h e l a r g e s t .-jittuniobilo m f i n i i f a c t u r o i ' s i n l l i o c o u n t r y report- e d heavy a c t i v i t y d i i r i i i R t h e Jirst s e v e r a l W f - e k H of I his ye.'i.r, w h i l e olli- c.ials o f ( h i 1 second a n d . b i r d largo.it s t e e l c o m p a n i e s isnid t h a t business h:-.n been i n i p r o r l i i j r imire. r a p i d l y l l i a t i h a i l been a n t i c i p a t e d . I n a d d i t i o n t o the,-:o dev(-ki[jiiH-nt,s, HcUilehcm Steel Corp o r a t i o n reported - r e c o r d e a r n i n g s d u r i n g l'j'2'J, w i t h i h e l a K t . i j u a r t e r e x - c e l l e n t . O p e r a t i o n s i n t h e steel i n d u s t r y r l u r i i i R ( h i : past week .show f u r t l i - . r s u b s t a n t i a l i m p r o v e m e n t , rising 'o a r o u n d 7;! per cent: oE c a p a c i t y , f o l l o w i n g f u r t h e r h e a v y d e m a n d f o r cons t r u c t i o n a n d a u t o a u t b i l e speci!ic;i- l i o n s , L ' n n l i c i ! orders in t h e ituhunry a l s o a r e s a i d to be i n c r e a s i n g . T r a d e r t - p n r t s f r o m v a r i o u s s e c t i o n s of the c o u n t r y wore some-whal m i x e d , a l t h o u g h most .sections rejiort.ed con- t i n u e d i m p r o v e m e n t i n v a r i o u s l i n t s O f I j l l S l l K ' F . S . R e p o r t s o f c o r p o r a t i o n ( . - a r n i i i R B f o r t i n ' f t . u n h q u a r t e r ol' !M!i, w h i c h r e - f l e c t t h o e x t e n t o f tin.' bu.sim.ss recess i o n o c c a t - l o n e d b y t ! i e s t o c k m a r l i u t b r e a k , a r o s h o w i n p r x i - e l l e n t coin- p a r i s D i i s wii.h tin.- s a m e (|iiar!.er of l a s t y e a r , ' l l e t l i l e l i c m S t e i - I ' s p r o f i t s In t h e - f i i u r t h niarlc-r were r o n a b l y 1" P"r c e n t a b i i v c the: s,:im- r.-cri.id of li)^'S a n d j - o n u ' w h a t . - i n i l ! : i r n : p o r t s ;ire ii. i n s l u a d c . p u b l i i - . b y o t l i e ; - i e a d i n ; r-,ui!- TIn- 1 , ' n i t i - d S t a t e s Steel r e p o r t , w h i c h is tu!'.- n.?s! w o e U , w i l l KIKHV ,i new hif.li r e e i i r d i)ro!it in 1!I21), UL.- u o r d i n . n ID \ \ a i i S t r e e t r e p o r t s . ' ' GASOLINE PERMIT FOR OPPERMANS PUT UP TO HIGHWAY DEPT. A H I i o i i f r . ' i i ho C i t y P l i i n n i i i . K ( N ' - i n i l l u s i o n i-; suii:-!i'.'i! lo g r a n t a p e i n r t lo Jos-cjih a n d H i - i u y Oppi'i'iii'.'ii. pr..pr i c t o r s of Joe'.s ' f i r / .Serviix, :it l h » west end of tlio V o u ^ h i o g h i ' i i y l i i v * M ' lu'i-dgi 1 . w o r k c a n n o t l.;c dono n u l l ] ; i i a l l i l u i i e i)l' tin.' S l a t e H i s h w a y I'lep.'H'i.- nieiil is dc-l.erin:ne(l. Tin: U I L I I ik'^in; 1.) i n - o v e t w o 14:1-11- lim- j n n i i i ' 1 ' f f x i i ihi.-ir r i u - h i ' i u K ; c a - t i o n i:i t r o u t of t h e VV-.^-st K i c ; i i H o t i ' ; i a Lioinl Si-voi'al icel c l o s e r to Cr.iv. - f o r d a v c n u o . T h e t i i M ' i n i i w a s f i r s t hel-ii u p iiy C o C i i y P l a u i u ' i ' K lii j cail:-e oi' u q t i f . - l i t / u ol' owiiet'.sl) i p o f tin.' g r o u n d . Tile a p p l i c a n t s were re-fen .'ii lo I lie c o i i U i . / c o i i i i n i s s i o n e ; s. i n a s m u c h as Hi-.; c o u n - t y h a d t a k e n o x e r t l i e V o i i K : l i ; o i l i e n y H i v c r b r i d g e , a n i l t h e ;··'(' d e s i i c d w a n :on^ii!iri-!l parlj of t h e b r i d g e p r o p e r l y . At last. utK'lit'.'; sc.-.-.iuii a u t h o r i z a t i o n f r o m t h e commis.slom % i'.s for t l : ! c.han.m. 1 was prtssenten. A d v i c e ol' C i t y C o u n c i l of t.he m a t t e - " was a.sked b y t h e p l a n n e i s . .Mayor J . I X M i n e r d and urJiiibiM's n» ( C o u n c i l , were lu-oseui. and d c - l e r m l n c d t o w i t h · hold a p p r o v a l u n t i l i l i c nie.iil.iou c o u l d be s u b m i U e d to tin; Slate. I n a s m u c h a.s t h e Sl;xl' lius a c f i u i r y i l ··i.'raW'l'oni i n u n i n . 1 a.s a p o r i i o i i of it-p r i m a r y h i g h w a y syslc-m. il is I'eli. iher-e n i i j t h l 1'c an o b j e c t i o n for any chaiii;i' 1 l i a t m i g h t r e s u l t in some* I'll I n re ij,cl:o)i to j i e r m i f . w i l e a i i i g ot' SNOW WILL GIVE PLACE TO RAIN My L ' n l t e ' I I'IT^K. 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