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January 27, 1930

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JLiast Hi dition Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The B 5st Advertising Medium in the Yough Region. rice VOL. NO. The \VreJjJy Coiii'Jor, KOM ruled J u l v 17, 1871), i Merge*!. The l l u l l j Courh-r, J-'omnli'tl . N o t c m b e t JO, JOG 2. I J u l j IS, JttaiK CONNELLSV1LLE, PA., MONDAY EV 3NTNG, J A N U A R Y 27, 1.930. TWKLVIO i'ACJJSS. FR1CK MINE OFFICIALS URGED TO MAKE 1930 BANNER SAFETY YEAR ®- THOMAS SILCOX, FORMER PITCHER, DIES SUDDENLY i ~ BnsebflH Man Well K n o w n Here Stricken This Morning- At Home at Phillips. Th« Perfect Child; Plenty llor l'f I'll cm .. 0 ..,in Com cllsvillo H i d Presr an. 27.--E lucators Need ok' Proper Supervision to Proven! Accidents Stressed At .Annual Dinner. CONTINENTAL BEST IN 1929 Special l T h e Courier. SCOTTDALE, Jan. 27.--A r a b b i t last week got a long ride in n. ear ot hay that was shipped from Missouri to the United Slates Iron Cast TMpo , Foundry C o m p a n y . As the car door The need of proper supervision of | was opened when the «iay was run miner* in safety prautic.es was j into the mill yards, the rabbit jumped ' o u t and made t'o; the outskirts ot the plant. Hay is used In the making JUnBTT TRAVELS FKOJI MISSOURI 1A C'AK OF H A Y WAS MEMBER , OF COKER TEAM forcibly presented to tho 100 superintendents, mine officials and quests w h o gathered Saturday night Cor HID n i n t h a n n u a l d i n n e r ot the Voiigli and North Knd divisions of. the H. C. Prick Coke Company in the diningroom of the First Methodist Episcopal Church in South Pittsburs street. Five speakers told how vital it was ihat. safety practices be observed at all times in order t h a t the number of accidents, talnl, serious and minor, be kept to tho m i n i m u m . Gathering a r o u n d tho festal board were ofliulats oC the f o l l o w i n g plains embraced in ( h o YouKh and N o r t h End divisions: Upvidson, Lelsenruis No. t of pipe. Moycr Odd Fellows Observe Birthday of Lodge at Banquet f r i e n d s h i p Lod ;e No. 23, Independ- Unlted, ilostrtter and Whitney, electric repair and livcrson shops also were represented. Harry O. Brown, superintendent ot the Davidson plant and chairman oil the commltteo on arrangements, presided and introduced the toastmaslor. John. F. McCracken, superintendent ot the Marguerite plant, who sewed as toastmastor, In his opening remarks, declared that "we must sell \, safety flrat 100 per cent to ourselves." W. C. Hood, U n i o n t o w n , assistant xenoral superintendent, introduced P. J. Torftiay o£ Connollsvillo, a retired Frlck' employe, former swperln.- tendont, and requested that greetings be extended to Demon Boyd, stiporiu- tendent of Trotter and Leiseuring No. 1, who is 111 in Arizona. Mr. Hood made- a pica to the officials to get. behind the safety movement. "Tho responsibilities aro up to each and every ono of UH and we must tako H to ourselves," he said. education Stressed. C. L. Lutton ot Seottdale, safely di- End United Bretliren Church. Rev. William H n m i l t o n , pastor of tho 'Lievsenring Nos. 1 and 2 Presbyterian ohiiTches, delivered the addrosn, choosing as his theme the "Principle!* of 0ld Fellowship " Covers were- laid for 140 persons in the- diningroom. Incidentally it wae tho first baiuiuet held by tho organization and the flrnt one served in tho new church. The Jmingroom was p t e t - tily lecoralel in r -ed, white and blue, the colors of the order. After tho g a t h e t i n g had Ming one stanza of "America," Rov. H. II. A r n d t , pastor of the church, asked tho blessing. The La-lies' Aid Society of the church server a d i n n e r of friel chicken, manned potatoes, peas, ealiiil, pickles, hot biscuits, gravy, bread butter, coffee, ice cream am! cake. After the din n e t , an e n t e r t a i n m e n t program was rendered, w i l h J. \V. Prinkey as c h a i r m a n , assisted by Thomas C h a r l o s w o r l h , who conducted Thomas Stlcox, about )(i years old, a former rcsidont of (his city a n d well j known a s ' a fcahebal! p i t c h e r , iliwl lit. | 2 o'clock this m o r n i n g ai his home at Alicia from a heart a t t a c k . The former b a l l t w i r l e r had a wide circle of f r i e n d s iu this region, having resided ivc-re [or so-me time- after leaving the game w h e n he became a machinist at the McGratli whop-s. He married Miss Mary Holliday of, this city on December 303, 1914. "Tom" Stlcox cinie to Comiollsville from Philadelphia as a bnsebull play- ·or. H-e was one of the Pokers' leaid- irip mounrlsnHH) and wan HO popular here and liked the c o m m u n i t y so well that he remained as a citizen nTte' 1 r-edrliifc from tho diamond. The body was b r o u g h t to the .). K Sinu. F u n e r a l Homo this m o r n i n g a n d prepared for burial. Arnin^emenl.s By 1 NEW YORK, i C o l u m b i a U n i v e r s i t y hav | p i c t u r e of the perfect, c h l l i A c c o r d i n g to tht-ir idea j (bo f i n a l i t i e s of (lie pcrtec i cif Irom two to six arc: j Goes lo school w i l l i n g ! } K n o w s a f u n n y s t o r y win u he hears one. Knocks down l i t t l e ; l r l s s n a t c h his h a t . Hangs up hit. e i o t b e s w i M i o u l toid. Sometimes protend.** ho is a engine or a bear. Can laeo hit, o w n ;,hocs and lie a bow. Says " p l e a s e ' and "tl ink you'" w i t h o u t u r g i n g , V o l u n t a r i l y shake.,- h a n d s it lie likes y o u r looks. Accepts p u n i s h m e n t w i t h , u t resentment. Can b l o w b i s ' o w n nose. oE · d r a w n a 1. i, some of y o u n g s t e r who being COUNSEL HOLDS CONFERENCE WITH MRS. SCHROEDER .At'torney Spends Hour in Lawrence County Jail Wilir Alleged Killer. VENUE CHANGE TO BE ASKED W. YA. FISHERMEN PROTESTING PART OF WEST PENN'S PLANS f i l ' O for (ho f u n e r a l completed service have not boen SUIT OVER DEATH, OF CLYDE HURST GETS UNDER Stella f r p b r o n f l k e y 1C yr.- rs old. of r h l l l t p s . is at the Councils- Ill-o State Hospital !n a serious cond l i o n w i t h Bj tlnltart Press. M3W CASTLE, Jan. 27.--K. II. | Powell, Y o m i K S l o w n , Oli'lo, attorney, {conferred w i t h Irene Schrocder for more t h a n an hour today in her cell iu the Lawrence county jail here. It was the first time counsel had been permitted to see the blond slnco she was r e t u r n e d from Phoenix, Ariz., Friday night. Powell issued no statement nfier his interview wilh Mrs. Schroeder, who !a held in connection w i t h i h e fatal shooting of Corporal Brady J'au! of the State H i g h w a y Patrol. P o w e l i said lie had not seen W. G l e n n Dague, Irene's lover, who was c a p t u r e d w i t h her after a gun b-atti'^ w i t h a posse in Arizona. "I h a v e boen retained by Mrs. Schroeder's .sisters," ho said, "and ve not boon asked to defend DHKUL-. Of course ! cannot t.e!l w h a t Irene and 1 have talked about." NKW WAY U N I O N T O W N , Jan. 27.--A j u r y was I selected this morning (o try 1 he-.darn- age .utit instituted by t h e l a m i l y of . . Clyde Hurst, U n i o n t o w n m c r c l i a i K , order a n d w h i l e m a k i n g rector, called on tho executives at the tho community ein;;lng w i t h fllin« Jean various miaoH to strive (o make 1930 iloovor at tho plan- banner year In safety work. ^ j, ies jr lorenco G r i m m of Alverton "Educating Ihn minor Is the beat way i ,. 6n a ere i a readinj; Wado Weaver of to provout aw-idcnts," ho said. "We must impress on the employes that everyone must obey and observe all safety precautions. The workman's place ia tho best school room and there we should train tbe men. That's 1ho place to supervise aud atlvlso the miners." B. J. Murphy, Mount Pleasant, assistant safety director, gave a brief aumraary of how tbe greatest number of accldonta occur. Ho cited that o£ the 3U men killed last year iu tho Krlck mines, 26 wero married and leave 20 widows and 7S children. There wore six single- men who mot death. He recalled that November was tho "dark month," there boiug 10 talnllticK. "We must study tho conditions and iht men and K n o w our jobs so that we can impart our knowledge to the men U strengthen thorn in this safety Continued on Vage Seven. PERRY CHRISTIAN BIBLE SCHOOL NAMES HOWARD ADAMS HEAD Howard A d u m s was elected superintendent of the Bible school of tho Christian Church at Perryopolis yesterday. Previously Mr. Adums luul served two terms of f o u r years each, but had not bvcn at the head of tho Hchool for sonit- time. Other officers elecl-d wore: / A.H^istaut s u p e r i n t e n d e n t , II. L). Lilair; Liecrt-tar.-, Wilda AlcKee. usi- ^ i s t a n t secretary. lal« M a r s h a l l : treasurer. Honnar IJlnlr; librarian, (,. V. i.eplfy; uasisfUiQt, Henry Oalley; p i a n i s t , lOniina Hamster; first assist- a n t , lOteanor A l b r i g h t ; second assist- a n t , Mary M a r g a r e t Francis; song leader, Mrs. .Jot-eph T. Clark; cradle roll s u p e r i n t e n d e n t , Mrs. -Maude Galley. The new library, jontii'UliiR ot 125 books, prc'sontcci by p r o m i n e n t clti- xens and friuntla ut the school, will be f o r m a l l y opened w i t h i n the next two weeks. M;ss Kinma llamslcr win -outierinteud at the library. R-100 ON FINAL TESTING FLIGHT \:\ I ' l l ti-il t 1 : c-"i CAKDtXC.TC.iN. KI\K , .Ian. 27--The d i r i g i b l e K-lixi d e p a r t e d ai ! ) : I 5 j\. M.. on a K c h e i l u h d v l S - h o u r t e s t f l i g h t . It w«« believed r h . t c - , w o u l d be t h e l)"il t i i . i l H i ' l u b e i n f c (!ii- - J i m ' Scoltdale sang a selection and gave a reading, accompdUiod by MisB Frances Lcnlmrt ot i'enn8\ lll«. Miss Anna Bello Wiltrout of iouth ConneJlavllle contributed a reading. The /True Blue Q u a r t e t , composed of J. D. Lenhart, biee; Roy C. llaber- le-n, baritone; E. S, Heftliug, first tonor, and .Lloyd Hern toy, tenor, with Miss Lf n h a r t at the piano, rendered several popular selections. Clyde Wiltrout of Mouth Connollsville gave a reading. M i s . Leland S. \Vhlp- kep and Jesse- Barnes of Connellevillc eang 1 a d u e t . Mrs. W h i p k e y thon contributed a eoio, ad otupanled. by Mifls Hoover. C. K, Thomafi of Connellfi- vllle sang a selection. AUSTRALIAN WILDS COMBED FOR MISSING NEW ZEALAND AIRMAN By U n i t e d Press. LONDON, Jan. 27 --The vaflt desert land and forests inhabtcd by uavage aborigines of Avistr ilia wna reported tho scene again today of search for a missing aviator. JT. C. Chicheater, wealthy New Zealand flier who loft I3ngland 37 tlaysi ago on a one-man f l i g h t to Australia, was believed to have been forced down somewhere in ihe Australian interior, tho Daily ICx ureas correspondent, at Melbourne r ported. Chichewtor left Port D a r w a n , wliro ho ended his flight S a t u r d a y , for JJrun- nellcdown«, in tbo n o r t h , early Sunday morning. No uew« WLIH received of his progress ami tlie Daily Exprefis correspondent said s archers had gone out to locate his plane, fearing ho hud landed among luwtili natives. Tho flier was anxious to reach New Zealand, whore bin \ \ l C o died while he ««« enroute. Chlcht nter's a t t e m p t to beat BtM't H i n k l D r 3 record from Australia to Rugiand was halted when his piano- was dama ;ed In a forced l a n d i n g in Tripoli, against Charles II. Richer of Seottdale who is accused of being re.spnnMbI-0 for Hurst's death in an a u l o m u b l l u accident ou tlie N a t i o n a l jiiki 1 uii A u g u s t 5, IDL'S. H u r s t , h i H w i f p . Olive, a n d t h e i r children, R u t h and VValtor. \\ert- Eicher's gut'fct on H SuiulayV a u l o m o bile rSrivo. AVhen the- r-ar t u r n e d ovor 111 a d i t c h near K a r m i n g l o n , Hurst wns k i l l e d . Mrs. H u r s t was ba'dly i u j u r o d and tha clilldiou wore bruised. H Ss tho phvintiffK claim t h a i W i r h e r w i t h driving at more t i m n 3T miles au h o u r and inceui lously a t t e m p t e d to pi»« 1 wo other cars W i t h f h e r e s u l t t h a t h o w a f r forceO into the d i t c h . The tuornlnjj ^rsMon w a s m a i K c d by a move on tho part of i l i o defense (o d i f e m i s p the u r t t o n o n i l i e p;roiiud that t h e v a r i o u s c l a i m s o f t h e f a m i l y as-alut t tho d e f e n d a n t s h o u l d be aogre- gated i n t o d i f f e r e n t suKb. a b i i l t o t w o u n d In lh* olios , an liolow ( h e heart She 1o\o police a Kim w h i c h .'-.he was c a r r y i n g from ona i ooin to a n o t h e r at tho European Hotel, operated by \ i n l y \\ argo, acc i d e n t a l l y w e n t oil. , The girl eanv f u i n i I 1 ! Hips on Saturday n i g h t lo \ i s i t Mr . Wai-go, ln v r sislcr. DM Huiiila. 1 ' rno u i i i K .she h o t e l i n War go's er mwlM' , passing i n c h ! l a w y e r s CASTLE, J a n . 27. began a l i g h t t o d a y wn,s assietitig in p u t t i n g tin CHARLES BRABITZ HURT ON WAY TO SAFETY RALLY bod found a ,08 c a l i b r e revol his pillow. Sho iuiys she wa t h r o u g h the door into a n i d j o l n i n g room wjien th-e gun O A p l o d d. Tho-n when It dropped to t h t 009 it w e n t ; oft iigaiii. sho said, explali inp; why i two i - h c l l s h a i i IKMJII (li.sohrn ;wl. j Tlie b u l i c i pa.ispri j u s t b low the lieurl n n f l also nii.sing the U « R . It went r u f i r o l y U i r o i i K h H e body. r j i v f l f c i a i i K said t h e y OAPI cted t h p u o u l d recover. HARRY R. NETH DIES AT HOSPITAL AFTER OPERATION --Three i to save Schrooder f i o i u t h o eleetri' c h a i r w h e n she in brought to trial in conn-ec'tloii wit.li tlie m u r d e r of Corporal H r u U y Paul. It was I n d i - cated t h e first nn,\» of the- defence after the p r e l i m i n a r y h e a r i n g will be to seek a charge of von no. If nceosfenry the plea " f o r a charge of leim-e w i l l be carried to the Supreni-e Court, it wa.s said. The attorneys are K. 11. Powell, 1 formor c h i e f ' o f police of V o u n R H l o w n , ! Ohio; W. P. B a r n u n i , former Ohio j Judge-, and Oscar Stevens. Powell came lo New Castle to interview Mrs. 'Schroeder today. A l t h o u g h t h e was e x p e c t e d lo bo W e d n e s d a y exact t i n i to bo fcelocled today. preliminary b e a r i n g !o( . kol i waters. L'mtorl Press. Wash., J a n , 27.--Dog sled parties were to t e t out t o d a y f o r n point ou froseu coast of N o r t h e r n Siberia to hunt for the bodies of L i e u t e n a n t Carl H F U Kielsou and Mechanic Karl Borlan-1, believed t o bp buried in deep snow ueai the wreckage of their airplane. Tlio wreckage of the- p l a n e in w h i c h the filers left Teller, Alaska, November 3, enroute to Mi i ice-bound tur s h i p N a n u k , was I'oiui 1 by t w o search pilots, Joe CroBHoii a K! I 1 'red G i l l a i n , 90 miles south of the N a n u k . There is only faint, possibility t h a t Kielsou and norland n-e alive. Their emergency rations w i r e found intact in tho plane's cabin, according t-o radio messages from Crosson. So It was with l i t t l e more than hope that they* will bo able to recover the bodies from a snowy grave lliat the dog slod parlies prepared to d i i v o their tortu- oua way to the coast f r o m the Nanuk. Crosson and Oillam had made eight ( f l i g h t s from the N-anuk in an effort j to (hid some trace ot Klelson and I norland, j The w r e c k e d p l a n e wan siehtcd by Croiiscm as t h e y wop' flylnt? .soulh- ward a b o u t 12 miles from the c o a s t , line. Both p i l o t s wild t h a t (hey bad I pl ^- f o r n t l llm - f l o w n over practically the .same t e r r i - ' · ! e ' l l lory before but a l w i ys in heavy weather w h e n v i s i b i l i t y wat-. poor. S a l n r d a y reflected «ui;'s rays on thf smashed cabin of the lOielon p l J i i o I attracted tlieir a t t e i i l i o n CJrosson' 1 ) messages sa'Id t h a t i h e wreck of the plane wa: scattered ovui" an area of 100 feet, J i d i c a l i n n t h a t Klclson crashed w h i l e i n f u l l flight and not while, a t t e m p t ng to nniKt a lantiini;. W h e n Kiel son rfiul 1 o r l a n d hopped off tor the N a n u k on (1 eir f a t a l f l i g h t t h e y w e r o m a k i n g the r second t r i p K a r l i e r i n I h e f a l l C'apt l i n O l a f S w e n BOH, master of the s h i ), had radioed for h e l p , tic had over a m i l h o i i do! lars' w o r t h of v a l u a b l e ; l u r s on h o a r d and was u n a b l e to t a i l o u t ot the i r e - Scheme for Water Power On JJ lack wafer, SJuners and Forks Attucked. DESTROY FINE TROUT STREAMS Spaola! to Tlie Courier. MCJaOANTOWX, W. Va., J a n . 27.--When (he a p p l i c a t i o n of. thn Went Virg i n i a Power Transmlstdon Company, a s i i b s i d i a r v of th« Wost Penn Power Company, for the rig-ht to I n ^ t a J l a. Dories of hydro-electric powor developments i n the Client River watershed, conies before the Wost Virginia Public Service Commission on February 11, the oijectione of the .spori.«m«n'n organizations and other bodies of the state to certain features of fhe proposition w i l l be heard. The grant of tho right to maltc, power developments in this section ot tfie stale in not oppos-ed in i t a en- t i r e t y , but. of th-e H proposed projects five are being protested by (he r-,ports- m e n bpoauf-u- if i« clainvd they w i l l rt-pstroy tho n a t u r a l beauty of iho localities mid w i l l l a k e from t h e pno- ome j of the most mn- atrcanih and (ine?t ( r o u t / I s f i i i i K groiiiui, f o r w h i c h ( h o j H t ; i t o lias lone; been f,1111011'' j Tlie plnu.s of I h r powor c o i i i p i i n y | t o n tempi:! to t h e t i t i i l x . i i i i i i i o f l,"i i power resoiir-ces of Ihc e n t i r e Ciic-ir, J H h e r watershed, w h i c h iinludoi-, ihi« I J l s u ' k w a t e r River, C - l a d y K o \ U . Sluvrr Fork, Otter crock. Laurel Fork, Giiml.v Fork and other tributaries. A d d ' t i o n - u l power plant*; are conU'inpIaiod on llif Cheat ii(\cr between L-ike I , j n i i and t l i e m o u t h of (he Hlackwater.' i»- c l u d i n p .stoi-ase d n m a on liis S a n d y creek w h i c h w i l l form a l.-irge lako in \ S ' h a r l o n t o w n u h i p , K n y e l t c coiintv, Pa T h e n r o t o s l s ( h a t a i e boiug made a r f again."! the dc'-ojojmioni.s on t h e B l i u k w a t f r . Oluily Fort; and Sbavws on r.iKo nil. ^lil tomorrow or and place wcro On 5iis way to the s a f c t j d i n n e r of the Yough and N o r t h lOnd d i v i a J o i i s of tho H. U. Frick Coke Company S a t u r day' evening, Charles Hratutz, as- I sistaut m i n e f o r e m a n a t T i o t t i r , slipped on tim ir;e in South l-MtUsburg street, less than two s q u a r e s irom the scene of t h e dinner, tho M e t h o d i s t Kpis.copal C h u r c h , and had a bouo broken in his r i g h t a r m . An X-ray p i c t u r e revealed tbe bone splintered at tho elbow. Mr. Brnbitz had t h e i n j u r y OH rod for ai a physic-Inn's ofiieo and Hi en returned to his homo at llopwoocl. I! u in liiuK I t u r n c d . nfiTKUIT. .(:tu -Y - - S e v i n \\iu-.k\ a d c t i bod's \\iv s.-i/i-d In IAder.il i i - l i i i s . l u l l r o h i i f t i on t i n - Deti o i l '{no i h N i n m i i t i i i and b - i r i u d i'weh'o n i l n opt j . i ' H i p ' h i h,v . » v - i-.spert a- t h f 1 . · \\ '. o but i w . i . Hi- «ucd by t h e V i U i c ' f n t H i , DUNBAR FIREMEN TO MEET FRIDAY A special meeting 'if tho D u n b a r , V o l u n t e e r Fire .Department w i l l b e t held ou Friday evening. Tho r e p o r t 1 of tiie a u d i t o r s w i l l e heard at this KCVrtiOll. j I t WHK aid t h a i t i i ' l i t e w h i d i l e - t H l i o y e d l i i e I'uBiiiKile h o m e a t D u n b u r j riamuliiy niuruiiH 1 \s iv t h e o n l y one i t l i a t !.as 01 i-in red HI ,i v . u . i i i i build'.iK', : l o t - S l U I l l - l i l l l i - t 111 n i d i I ' u c i i i i i o a i a . I'.ml . M t i n s t N . H i n t u r t o i HI i In 1 'ii i n i i . ' l t i a i u i u j ; d e p i i i m i ' t i t a t ;iu il'i;!i School. \ \ a s t a l o n to I ho ' oit- i u ' l l - v i l l t Slnle Mo'-pi ;\1 on S.mmhn n i ; : h t , i l l w i t h pn-in lonia. H i s con- .ilil'jli la uul so METHODIST BOARD CLAIMS ONLY 114 WETS IN HOUSE By U n i t e d Press. WASHINGTON, Jan. 27.-- One hundred fourteen members of Hie IloutiO wore listed as "wetfl" by the .Method l«i Board of Tomportinee, P r o h i b i t i o n and Tublic .Morals in a fetateiiK'iit ihhiicd here c h a r g i n g t h a t o n l y Iu states aro represented in ihe c u r r e n t , wet agitation. Of this n u m b e r only til belong lo tho "bear bloc," the s t a t e m e n t said, «mi 23 of these come f r o m N e w Now Jtrsey. The others, come from tire fit ion of I'll iiatle] ph ia, M i l w a u k e e , HI, l/ouln and Clovolantl, "It appears tlien that a .smul! group. many ol whom would not be in Congress at all but tor the h t r u u g o fact t h a t tiiiens are allowed r e p r e s e n t a t i o n , is engaged In t e l l i n g tbe A m e r i c a n people t h a t It cannot make- any law which k- disapproved by t h e colonies £ the foreign born, and t h a t it e n f o r c e such a law if and wlion i t mode," Iho board ha id. Total membership of Ilio HOIK-SO York and it said, Chicago, it H a r r y l l a y m o t i d N o ' h , :!f) y ars oi 1. died ai -1M5 o'clock I b i s ino mug at the Connctl.svillo State ilosp ai. IS u n d e r w e n t an operation for a j p c n d l c i - tl.s on T l i u o d a y . His condl ion De- came worse a b o u t m i d n i g h t .uid he tiuled rapidly. Mr. Xelli was a wi!l K n o w n i l ' i m l i c r of t h i u city. I In wa*i born at \Vi*l N e w t o n on DecemlxM- 23, J.SUO. a n d catiu to this i Ily w i t h h(; parenls in 1300, ·esiillng h e r o ever Hirice, l ) « .'.stablit, cd hi^ p l u m b i n g b u s i n e s s 1' .ieai., of. i and it hat, grow n b t o a d i l y J J i s rii op ssas l o c a t e i l adjacent to nit reside ce In addition to hi-, w i d o w , IK it, s u r - vived by a d a u g h t e r , 1)u'i.i, ini a step- won, George. M I H . J c M i n d 1 \Vo' ier, hia mother, «l«i mirvuct;, togeilu · svith two siVtorp, Airs H a l p h (,'rin, nip of Houtli f i r e e i i s l n i i g a n d Mrs. ^hai'les A u n t i n of S o u t h O o n n P l l s \ Ille, md one brothor, \V. C. K e t h ot ( h i s ei y, i l e wa« a tnomber iof T r l n i y Lut h e r a n C h u r c h . C o n n o l l s v i l l e I,odgo No. BOS, U. P. O. Hike, the Ma.si.M' Ptuml)(M-«, G e r m n n Beneficinl Union aud Loyal Order of Moose. The body was t a k e n to the initial parlors of C. {'. M i t c h e l l and p s|K»Ted for b u r i a l rind i h w i removed (o the residence of his mi)Ua-r, Mrs. Join:i« Wolker, 2]7 Easi Peach nl.roe Tlie hiuei'itl service w i l l be bold t !::',() o'clock Wednesday a f t e r n o o n , v M b Dr. W. tl. l l e t r i c k , ptiHtor 01 Trim I.. [,ufli- eran C h u r c h , o f l i c i a t l n g . In! w i l l be in \VOKI N p w t o n Cornel A t t o r n e y hns been (h« l a t e P e n n b y l l o ' a s a i s t JWA.VNKTTM, , l j u . 27. - f r a n k S. Ruff of Joanuette ri't.tined by t h e f a m i l y of Corpora! Brady Paul of the v a n i i i State H i g h w a y Patrol in Iho prosecution ol I r e n e Schrwder niiI \ V a l l c r G l o n u Da.^ue, who are- h e l d I n c o n n e c t i o n w i t h tlie, k i l l i n s of P a u l , it was learned today. R u f f w e n t lo New 1'nMle, loday. wh'M-o he layniK p l a n ? for prosecution of On t l i e h to b i i n e nut ) .M.irl.ui, and } j 'I'elU r a sail) I iiii- blu.Kard. \ f l i e r , ,-t,-it tt i! I FRANK liAWKS PLANS CROSS-COUNTRY TRIP IN MOTORLESS PLANE lOiulson a n d B o r l a n d m a d e t h e flight. Irom Teller, A l a s k a , o i N o v e m b e r 7, and b r o u g h t out six of t - \ s « i n * « . i . i .-re\\ ii.ud 1.2)0 p u u u d K oi t i n . (did t r i p t h e y n e r e R t u i i tho t i p t a i n , In,-) ihitiRiil' the r p b t of t h e c.rtw. They i i u p p r d oil' f r u u 'OU Novi'mlx 1 !' 9, in ;i ti- F r a n k Dorb.uil, a n o l l u ' off i n ins p l a n e lo .ircoii'p my K i i - l s o n . The s t o r m w a s .so bad i h 11 he t i i r i u d buck t o T e l l e r a f t e r a n h o u r ' s / I j i n j i He said lli.it t l i o l.isi li saw «i KM- the son's all-mola! p i . U K , \' u. 1 -? ' ! oariii4 n o r t l i w a r d b u t k i n g t h e b l i z z a r d . W h e n Kii'lson t a i l e d t o m a k e t h e 1 N a n n i e i t w«.s ( b o u g h t fo,- n w h i l e t i i a t he had been f o r c e d dow i and t h a i lie and O o r K i t i d had niudi' I l e i l ' xv.iy to a uative v i l l a g e or \ s e r u s h c i o r e i l in som-e camp. DOWNING GETS BIG STILL DURING RAID AT CHALK HILL HOME f3v U n i t e d I'reaa. NB\V V O R K , J a n . 2 7 . -- C a p t a i n F r a n k Hawks, holder of t r a n s - r o n - t i n e n t a l living record', for hpoecl. is uitl of more Ijurols. In A p r i l ho planfl to try to cross the c o u n t r y in a motork'K' g l i d e r lowed by a piano, Over u-vory i m p o r t a n t city on the r o u t e from Los A n g c l e to New York, a c c o r d i n g lo prcspnt plnn.s, lie w i l l cut loose f r o n t llic p l a n e and coast t o a l a u d i i i K to show how oasy IK i h o art of gliiliiiR. B o u n t y n e w l v i l , t i i . i k - | t ' M ( ) . \ T O \ V X , . I a n . ·£', j -if i i i i ' l s w!ii'-h lovei-ed f-amrd.-ix and S u n d a j Coiim v ! t i ^ r ' A A. D o w n i n g «i"l b . - s I cro.ited ol!u-i l o i c c M|/, ( ,1 · « } n i o u n l a i i ) s l i l l near iiiK j r r r r t - hi each , ^'bcn the of!ici-,s \ i ^ i i e i i d;e Ii jir.-a I of H a r r and (Jeornf 1 Andrr..o!i in W h u r l i j u (own.slnp. u u i r Ch ilk H i l l , i rlioy t o t i n d ( I i i moil ju,-( o n i r i " ' ' i ) · Irom the wood... OIK- ol (be broihor.^ I ua.s c u r r y i n g a sack on | u . Kick, I w l i k ' h p r o x e d to c o n t a i n Ihc s . i l l o s i i ot it'.oon.shino. ' Tr.icks of the 111011 l h r o u * r l i t h e tjiow j led 1hc\ officers i n a ."D-eallon .siiil A n d e r s o M "»') t.'ii||[ii, i NEW SUPERVISOR IN SALTLICK TWP. SIOATTJ.Ii, Wash.. J a i l 27.--A l a t h e r a n d m o t h e r w h o . o r \\eok.s had kept, ,1 Chi'hlmari tree 11 ;hl*:d l'«r the boy they t h o n y f i i w o u l d r e t u r n from j ici-aled a mile horn I|K f l i c f i o / e n n o r t h tod.i^ ab.indoiHf,1 ( h o m e . P.eiDi tljc ^ t j l l nn| bop-e I h u t K a r l J 3 o r l . i i i d mil C u r l Bon ; of 11 ash «-eie e i \ o i e d l O i e l s o t i ' i u i i j l i t h a x ' s t i r \ i v e d t h e i r .ur- i f | i i , i i i l : t i l a u o ciu.sli in Siberia ' ^ : i v n n After a s t n g l o message l i m n Ihe it".'-! j a i l bv bound f u r h h i p N a n u k . u h i M i m t h e m ; in d M , t h a t (he- w r e c k e d p l a n ' !.nd boen f o u n d , .Mr. a n d Mrs. \V K M o r J i i n d , p a i v u l K of t h e nu't h a n i c . had rcc^iseil - a u d n s t from a n \\-o r ,^ i o i i i u n t t i ? i l lo U ' j l l l a m .\!-ci, n ,,,.-( i b a i l . N o r t h Jicih- V r r n o n no lor word Iliu oi t l i o h u n t IK i n; ( I'linl SJi(Jf««r Lose Paul K i l g e r , son of Mrs. 0. J S l i g o r of iSouth ( J o t i t i o l l . s M j l c , e m p l o t h o lOrie I t a l l r o a d n ( A l o a d v l l J r l a i n « l ihe lofls of the i n d e x fii t h e risht band \ \ l i c n a h o i v y foil upon it. He if, o m p l o y e i l jnac.'hjiiiKl. The young uum war to Meiulvllle Hos]iilal. U N I O N T O N V N , J a n . 27.--Harry 0. Randall t h i s m o r n i n g presented Ms. i n s i n u a t i o n lo the court as Btiper- vlsor ot Saltlick t o w n s h i p , s n y l n j j he had been a p p o i n t e d caretaker of llic State h i t r h w a y from Indian Head l o N o r n i a l v l l k j a n d his nr-w duties would r e q u i r e r i l l of his time and a , i | s n r i ' n . John M. i'tltenour wa; a p p o i n t e d to fill Hie ui|eiplreil term. by aw a t a k e n \Ylck Haven .Hun Arrested. Joe Alassabanslia of Wick l l a \ e u arreslcd Saturday on a cbarge of v l o l n t i n x t h e l l f i u o r l a w . A u l h o r i t i e H " ' c l a i m t h e y f o u n d several r i u a r t s o f ' j boozo w h e n t h e y visited (ho home. *· i The man was released c-n b a i l pencil 1114 a b o a r i n R before .Justice oi' the Pence J. C. lOchard ot Star J u n c t i o n tomorrow night. Held Not Liab !e for Damage IK Hurt Clicck ST. LOUIS, Mo., J a n . 27---Jiad c h o c k ! d u r i n g 192!! cost Iho American ! business man $uOO,000,i)00 or roughly ' one m i l l i o n d o l l f t r s a day. U u y fi. I Hultii', s i ' c r e t a r y ot 'i'lic X . i l i o i i n l ](o- | t i i l C i e d i l A s s o c i a t i o n w i t h ujitiiHi,il l i e . i d q t i i i : ItTH here In M - a U d U(.ta. I t i i j r X J O N T O W N , d i s t r i c t is a n im of 7.- -A chool the Coi anoii- The Weather SHI nr SIIONS or Tiu !· I III 1 i ,U'I II LLIO, J a n . i!7 - P t i r i !i.i--e of tbe il.xrdnril P r i u ( i n « C u n t ] m i y of Mi-ow ns\ i l l r b v ( l i e - K r u w n s v i l b 1 l ^ n l ) - iishini? C o m p a n y p i i h l i n l i e r u t t h e lirownM'jllp T e l e g r a p h , ba" breii .111- uouuced I! M \ l a \ i n n i n i M i n i m u m w e a l t h and ih not liable. 1 Cor tlie nenli- nence of Its eniploj'ch, J u d g e S, J o h n Morro-w r n l u d Ibis m o r n i n g in banil- ing down an o r d e r , t l i s m i b s i u g I h e $25,000 d a n i u g f 1 s u i t b r o u g h t by Klea- uor Kdn.i r l'hoiii'psoa, a h e n i o r in the rtodsiono T d w n s l i i p I l i n h H c h o o l , t h e t o w n s h i p I'oi iuun-ie 1 ' re- ceivi.-d in an i n ' c i d c i i t a/iuv h ''.", l ( )-'li. The H f h o u l b u s i n n l i u h i h i - i i i r l i\a" rUl'In.u from her l i t u n c , ciglu n u l f - , j r o D i t h e h i K l i !-'cbiol, c'raslit-d i n i o a t e l e p h o n e pole, severely i n j u r i i m t h e l i l a i u i i f i . Slu- b r o u g h t H U H avauis! t h e Hdiool d i M i i L ' t to i ['(.'uver il,iuiai;i"-. ·"('he I ' u r n i h h i u n oi' 1 1 PC t r a n , . p u r l . i - doii in a h u l i u o l litu- is a r m b l n .«m- c r n n i ' M i t d l i i i i i c - i K i n , " J u d t i .Mcrmn y i n m l r d m'i '" cliKiui.s.snii: l l i « iu:ii£ta. FARMERS WARNED TO CONTROL 1930 CROP PRODUCTION W A S H I X G T O X . J a n . 2 -- S e c r p t a r y of A g r i c u l t u r e ' H y d e issued u new wanniiK (o f a r m e r s to coi t r o l pi'odut 1 Uon in T i l U O to orK'inizc i loperalivcly. In ,i radio a d d r e s s DM r i n brond- ca.slniK htatioiib. H y d e sa.d t h a i b l i n d p r o d u c t i o n is Ihe b u m - ol a K i ' i c n l t u r o a n d I h . i l if l.irtiiorh I m p i t o oporan 1 t h e i r i a u d b bi p i o l i t t i n - must k e e p p r o d u c t i o n clo.se to |n o i peel ivr* do- m e a t i c d e m a n d s . s of . Tin- l w Ald'.M-ni.-ui ni d M J u l ol ll.oi TOIM v V u r r l of M;I.S h o l d unr.'er t duo h a i l ou a c | ot po-t«hHM n. T h e r s i l d i u g oi j f o u n d lit|iild.s (iMi.r t h a n IdiKs t p roil n e t s w!ion I hey -.eaivln-d t h e i H ' i - t - l n p . A tm.iri of m o o i i - l u u e Joe M..ISS j g l i . i a n d .!« n u s c i h ' : - n - f U ' c k Ilav.'n n-erc h e l d n i i d i r i l . O l i n bail each b u f o i o ,)ii^Li ( . u O f o,,. |,. a t l , J. C lOchai-d of Star J u n c t i o n H a i r , , a t o t h e r homes disclo.sed moonshine. _ W i l l i a m S l v ^ t o r of Xon], i^.jj,, \'i'!i!oti wuj. rel-c.i.sed on h i s n w n re ·- on HI chargu oi n r . i i n i a i u * TESTIMONIAL FOR DR. DICKEY . - j IHTTR13UKG. J a n . HT -- A t c s t i - i monial d i n n e r in h o n o r ot Dr. Charles K. Dickey, H u p e r i u t p i u l c - n t of Ihe Allegheny c o u n t y schools, .1 n a t ' v OL j Meyersdalf", Somerset c o u n t y , wa* \ held Saturday i n Wie Roo; u v e p H u t o l j by members of the Principal'.! K o n i i d Table ol c o u n t y schools, j I'll r e c o g n i t i o n of his 2 3 yea,-; if j c o u n t y school w o r k , a x , a t c ! i an;! | c h a i n , the g i f t of l.'.'Oi) tr idler.; and o t h e r educators of t h e c o u n t y , was p r e s e n t e d Dr. Dickey. ELKS ASSOCIATION RALLY AT LATROBE T!i« C o n t r a ! J J i s l r i f l ol i In- Kik'- A K so i o t i o u of I ' e i u i s y l v j i i i i . i w i l l hold a m o o t i n s on K u i K t a y at lei noon. K;bni u-y I 1 , at i' ::K) (/clock at I.alroUa, wiOi l . a t r o b e Lo«l.uo No. i)i)7 as host. ) t « M . M. I- 1 M i P i - l i a i i m , s t a l e c l i a p l a l n , RO, « ill be n i e m b e i of A l l e g h e n y , the pi Incijxil opeaher. \ V n e s , niothcjio. nMter.s and hcail-; of inemborh are invited i c n d thi.s r a l l y . C o i i i i e l l h v i i l o is embraced i n ( l i e Central .nvcot- to at- Ixidgo Registers Named For Two Townships "J J'r" .I'.imc-s \. Kiiilt-y h lied. "VS'ln'ie ciisag^t! in p n H i i i 1 prop.s in the K o n c o m i n e S u n d a j morning. J a m e s A l l : i l l i ' , fiO yc.n , o l d , was c a i i K h t l i c n c a l l i J f a l l of i :iale e a r t h a n d ci u »lu d t u di-.iln He bl.'- w i t ' 1 hi 1 r -im hod l i \ i l i n c i l l i u : .il.ni h r - '.LH-L-III-, M i .nid TljoHKis H u l l t ' \ ol \\'t- t \. u i f i n . a m i l l i i v " b i o t h i ' i ' s I-!; I ' m t ' 1 t J M O N T O W X , ^ l a n . '27.--T\\ new register absc.s-oi. H e r e d p p o i n t e ' l this m o r n i n g b y t h e c o u r t . In S p i n g h i l l T o n i i h h i p Xu. I, \V I!. Wlllson .succecdH \\' i-'. cloavf-v .nui iu tin 1 first pri-cim L of N o r t h U n i o n t o v - n s h i p , A n n a l i e l l e H a f t e i MIC.-fed's . l] " d ] W. T. l l a w l i . r c M f u i . d . O l l i e i fon i-d bo,h t o i ctU'CJiieiit, d u t i ' s £0111 .M'.- ,'u epli J i i - c | j h S m a r i o l M i . , i i n l ,\Tif- H i ; . h l ; i n d . i v c m i " t l ' l l l . 1 1 l l K 1 C H i n f l l ' : \ l l i r m t ^ l MILS. ajortxU3*i. i o l d , .sou S m . n t ( i t j an ( I ) ) I M ' , I - ! . H . U u J l O i = - K l r - H a l l s I ' l i A l K M r o C I T V , J a n alit K u n d Von 1, ui' on K m i l i i i i i v j i i l u l . a l ) i i M l i i i - i t o !1 f r o m M i ' A i i o ( ' i t ; \ i i - , i r l i j . i t l e j \t - p l a i n 1 and bin lied i n ,i iori-ed H«U) l . i M a r i i i a . Tin- fli. ii - i n j u r e d , -:; J.icilU'tl- asn, a I K u n s b h.is a i t e m p t . lo .\f-u York wj.- w i i ' d i ^ U l a n d i n g near M was slii;)it-

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