The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 28, 1930 · Page 13
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January 28, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, WAV. TilliJ JJA1.UI CRASHESAT Mftchine Goes Out, of Control As Pilot Prepares to Land At Aviation Field. BRIDE TO BE AMONG DEAD J I'.y United Press. KANSAS CITY", Kan., Jan. 28.--A black mark on the enow In an open field h-er-e marked tho place today where five persons were cruehrcl and burned to death hi a flaming airplane. Pilot Dyke Laudcman, U|jj.iirently struggling with a tailing ir.otor, had imiclo tin uffort to laud Ills six-pas- seriger carrier at a time when ho could see tho swinging beacon and red markers of Fairfax Airport, his goal, just a mile away. The a i r p l r t n c which dew f r o m Wichita. Kan., l.ito Monday was behind schedule and darkness had closed in when tho i rouble developed. Liaude- man, losing altitude according lo witnesses, t j i v u n g away from a building then w o n t into a vertical bank to crash from about 150 feet. The crev/ ot a. s w i t c h engine near the scene s \kl tho craft was enveloped In llamea before it fell. The motor wa.H broken In half, both «ectlon« tlig- fdrifi I n t o tho hard ground. Tho steel framework, and undercarriage wae twisted and charred. Everything else, i n c l u d i n g t h e bodies of the pilot and his f o u r passengers, was burned. The dead are: Pilot Dyko Laudeman, Kansaa City, Kan. MibS Margaret Dice, St. Joneph, Mo. C. H. M c K l n n o n , Chicago, recently siwHignrd »;; branch m a n a g e r oE tbo KobbLn.s and Mcyere Kloctric Company, St. [ouls. Jiiiue* fc.ggert, 700 Woods Theatre B u i l d i n g , Chicago. W i l l i a m Flynn. manager (Jlobe Theatre. Kansao City, Mo. j T!io p l a n e was operated uy C e n t r a l i Air Linos, a subuldiary of the Universal A v i a t i o n Corporation. I ' a u l , (loldsborough, vice-president of 1,'nl-! vortsal, w i t h oflHios In St. Ixmls, w i l l ! arrive tolay to Investigate tho cratih.! A t t e n d a n t at F a i r f a x Airport were p r e p a r i n g the Held for a l a n d i n g u n d t h e iilri-n was screaming aH the plain; became u glowing spot against t!ic n i g h t «,ky. It w;is (lying low and vixircd t o w a r d the lield from the south. 1'. II. J J r o w n , an associate of McKJn- non. ritood in tho U n i v e r s a l w a i t i n g room and watched the approach from a w i n d o w . Huddeiil) t h e P h i p veered, then wont I r o m control. H s t r u c k tbo g r o u n d w i t h t e r r i l i c i m p a c t . There wan dis- ogrcenvont as to w h e t h e r it Marled t o , burn b e f o r e or a f t e r the crash. Wit- I iic'fii-es « a i i l t h e r o was u terrible mom e n t w h e n t h e c r a f t darted d o w n w a r d , ;L crash a'id ilamo,. l( WIH over q u i c k l y , 1'Mviug thorn powerless t o explain I he natito-. Workcru rushed f r o m the Could Company plant w i t h lire hoso Top Hats Don't Go Well With Cigarets: Tboo at Conference Fiy U n i t e d Prtus. LONDON, Jan. 28---Agreeing that, top hat* elaeh with cigarette- luttts, Andro Tardieu and Ar ittde Briand havo decided to c.i«t otf Iho toppers, and thereby have set a stylo for tho Americans. "The conforMico in e howling success sartorial!}," said B r i a n d , "but we're impeded with Uw much ceremony." By common consent,, tho delegates particularly to Hie relief of th6 Americans--decided I - ) forget their morning cwits and e-fick to business clotliea. Besides, a*= tlji Kronchmen said, the cigarette habit to w h i c h thoy'ro addicted adds nothing to t h e dignity of a formal headpiece. LARCENY CASE SETTLED UNDER NEW STATUTE Mount IMeuMint 11 oy of Ifi J5e Frcod on Making I'uH Restitution. to FARM INSTITUTE ON THURSDAY Hpt'U.U Lo Tli" C u i i r l e i . MOUNT PL! ASA NT, . f u n . 2S. The fir.st cace to bi h e t t t e d by J t i a t i c o ol tbo Focico C'lyd" Lowe, in w h i c h a mnv act w h i c h IH*IV i!t» ii ca*e of larceny under %1W to 1 e i'ttled in a j u B t K c of Iho peace om a, wa.a dlsponed of in t h a t manner l;-t -evening. Benjamin Vi ionky. lt yearn old. wnt arrested b Clil«»f of Police J o s e p h White a f t e r he had tried to nell a b u t - tery to Keener U u r k h o l d e r , a u t o m o b i l e dealer. \'inosky w a n i?iven a h e a r i n g before Juoticp. Lowe, charged w i t h Uircuny of tools and u battery from a B a l t i more O h i o Kailroad car on December 27. Tbo boy admitted the t h e f t . The railroad : mpaiiy was r e p r e n o n t e « l by D. .1. C h u m ) ers of the company po- lk e tone. The boy fe.iki be had kept the tooln in a refrigerat ir of Flo re Coppola In Kast M a i n Htn et. Then he mail'- ;m Thio beiiiE 11'" bo}''i firi.l o f f e n s e .imi t-ince he \sa» n l 1C yc.irsj old, .Mr. Chamber.-) w a s \ i i l i n g t h a i il t h e vo«dii ·\\LI-" v c i i u i i i ' d anil f u l l l e s l i l u t l o u made lo have he I',IMJ set'li'd. A b o u t Kami I n s t i t u t e . The f a r m * r'- I n t - t K u i o 'o be h e l d by t h e C ' h a m b y r i f Commerce »u Tburt- BOY SMOTHERS FIRE WHEN HIS SISTER'S CLOTHING IGNITES QNIONTOWN, Jan. 2S.--While at- t e m p t i n g lo light a small gas stove in ih-o bedroom oT hoi 1 homo ia Millview street, Inst ereiuiict, the clothing of Miss Anna ( l i U o n , IS, became ignited and uho sustained serious burns on licr left IOK\ Tho five was extinguished by her brother, Charles, ti, who threw some bodclolhing about her, smothering tho llro. According to the girl's story, (hP hoso on tho stovo p u l l e d loose I'voni its connection us sins ullenipltnl to liglil t h e stove, and t h e bhizo i'rom l i i o match «hc was h o l d i n s ignited tho gtiK o.icaplng from tho end ·£ tho diroRting (ho flame i n t o her Sbe was tre.iU'd at her home. Miss Gillou is ttio d a u g h t e r ot Airs M y r i l o UIHen. riot 1o Kill Itubio. MlflXJCO CITY, ,Htn. 2S.~-.An a plot by adherents of Jotso Valeonoelos, do teal ot 1 candidate for the Mexican presidency, to as-eo/ittimitc I'asoual O r t i z Hubio, blow up nowrtil public buildings in Mexico City and sioixo ilic ad mi Hint ration in tho confusion was bated liuii night. Rosalia ! When ywi use Ads. in Tho ]aily Own lor. la small, rosiihs we b's:. 'Bio but. w a t e r wa« f u t i l e . The wiiiRts and '^'. J . i n i u i r y :: i at the Uraii-l T h e a t r e , Jtisolape b u r n e d t h e i r I m p r i n t Into t h o , w i l l u-trm p n i u p t l v a t JO'.'HI oMork snow and .verc c o n s u m e d , leaviuj; only , '" l ) l ( 1 m n r n l n . .uid w i l l be over nt ·! a black p a t u - r u . j o'clock. A lei. MI re of t h e dayVs pro- Police w e n t t o t h e scene w i t h arnhu · ' f f j i n vs i l l bo ( l i e (iui*tini box, in lancets find w h e H tho lire W O K cooled | u l l a r K c ot ( ' J U i t y Karni A(;mt \v. i,. besdii t h e d i n i c u i l task of I Treaer. ttli.U renj;iiii(v| of the vie! ' (l «' Broken by Full. .Mrs J o h n i , . Feag^ley of N o r t h C h u r c h f - l r e e t , who f e l l and, bad her l-g i r a c i n r c d \ v h l l e on llio w«y to church on Kim lay ovcnint;, wan resting w e l l yeslc rday at tho Memorial The boiiifv were grouped together. Pilot baudeman and Mlfcs Dice had .spread their hands before their f«ce.s an if to protect th-eir oyea f r o m tho blaze. All of the- victm.-i were mangled and it wan believed death canio w h e n , t h e iilane tstruck the ground. t h i r d finger of Mis« Dico'e ,VUK a diamond engagement p l a t i n u m blackened and f;uulemanV head was i l l - icit as ItKitigh be had On llio left hand rlns. t h e twisted. to CJii^s KIocJs Officer^. The trohluiK u cias^i of the hiph school held tlfc election of o f f i c e r s .vew- (crla.v, whicli res til tod as folfoivs: I'rtHidcnt. Vei lion Q u e e r ; vice-president, 1'hilip V . i l i a n t e ; s e c r e t a r y , .Mar- frurot K o i c h i r t i u i ; tr«atiiiror, tjcorgo I ruin h i h ' A b r a h a m ; «oci U cluiliman, Sana Cold- Bin Hh. JOKgerl'K watch, i t s c r y h l n l broken J ^ ( 'l |(1 Hii!'[»llul. a n d its ca»-e b l a c k e n e d , had (stopped a l l ^Margaret Am I ' l s r a a n , d a t i g l i t o r of ',:'{ !', M. Amons the few offuclh Mr. and Mrs. M o r r i s I M s m a n ol - \ V a l n u l \ \ h i c h CKtMiM'd the- fire v,fm Kggorfs' *'^'( -t, u n d c r w enl. a t h r o a t o p e i a t l o n t r a v e l orden-, Irom it Chicago m u f s i c | l i l lhl Menioi uil H o s p i t a l youLurday. ittleuiptiui; to bouse tor which hu traveled. Tho r u i i l i u K reve'iled ho was to have spent S u n d a y , M o n d a y and today in Denver. A cb.inx*' of plaits had decided hia tato. A piece of nheet mimic in his ef- i'H !N was bu *ued «ive lor a few l i l t in;; p h r a s e s of a, light t u i u j and the w o r d s , "I sti 1 Ijove--··" The plane l e f t Wichita at 3:.':0 I 1 . AI., w i t l i five passengers. One of thc«e, r«-s;ritered an "lr. JI«ffler," l e f t tlie s h i p at Tjpeka. H was the .second section on the scheduled r u n . Tho first section lululcd faafely h h o i t l y before the crash of its companion plane. the Memoi lal Cramer Thorn,i.son, son of Mr. and iNliv. A n d r e w 'I'hompeou of lOast Main Hlreet, waa to undergo an operation today. Iron Bridge Meyersdale M R V K K S D A r . K . J a n . 23--Mrs. Drucc l / i c h t ; ' \\'tiii luvtefiH to the m n i u b e r a ot her b m l g t t l u l ) Kwt Friday attCM'iioon ,u her hone In Meyers avenue. L u n c h « a scrv-eil a f t e r th- game. M r ? . (!eoii;c lieuford entertained on K r i i l a y ev - n i n g w i t h a benelit bridge iui t \ at ii T home in Noi-th s t r e e t . Six t a b l e s we e b i o i m h t into pla and ;st ( h e l O i u i i - i o n 01 t bt- g.iuio a d t i i n t y l u n i !i wa 1 - s* r.'cd Mi-, and Mr*. .lunun K. I m l i - r au i l i- bin!) of a d a i i i f h t e j ixrn u r :u Iki/.i'l Mc- i;e \V ( ' o l l i n i - ,iud In A l t u o u a .Mond,iy dl diy w i t h iheir - h i i ' i . l ) r a n d Mr*. uu^ I f f I t«!a f or u)'."- , h r e \ i n - t-, ! t-U n j o i i t l u - , v i i l ! - Suixta... . l a i i u a s Mr. and :.ou, Ji(.k lo t e i i ' . H i i a o u - i u - I - i i i - ' : , i n k K. M i s 1 1 motoied ur o«*vi' and da M i l l e r U ) 1 ('111 t i l l u r i l l n M l HI U l i l i t r n « ) icr. M AH-! ,.;fior r e l l t n c t , au IHOX D n i D t J R , Jan. 2S.--Hev. R, K. lUingard, Mrs J j u n g a r d and c h i l d r e n Of Altooaa, M' 1 . and Mrs. //eok litiu- giird and chil iron of I M t c u i r n ^peiit t h e week-end f i e r e w i t h Uev. liuti- ^tu'd's brother, W i l l i a m Bungard. The M u i i g a n l s u n s w e r u c u l l e d t o M o u n t I'ienssuit to a t t e n d the f u n e r a l of t h e i r m o t h e r . Mrs. Barbara U u n g a r d , luet Wodnc-sday. Mr. and Mrs C a m p b e l l L)ut|b;ir a n d t U i u ^ h t e r , ICul i, and son, K i u U b , nt t i j r r e t t , Sotno s e t c o u n t y , w e r e h e r e M o n d a y w i t h .Mr. D u n b a r ' s .'ihtcr, iMi'h. M a r t i n P h i l l i p a n d f a m i l y . Mlh: M l l d r p i Gadd s p e n t S u u d a v i n M o u n t Pieasa it w i t h h e r a u n t . M r b . Oh via Keclcrs. Mif.H J i i a n i t i H o s t e l l e r of Kv-er.^on S r U t n t t h e w e e -cud h u r e w i t h h e r sister, Mr.s. C J l e i ti ,1. Weaver. !ra Cro-jby w h o is i - m i i l o y i d at N e w t o n Falls, Ohio, -spent the weelc- ond here s v i t h his t a t u i l y und p a r e n t s . M i . ami Mi H a i r y Rhome of n e a i M o u n t P i t as,i .t w e r e c a l l e i s h e r e on S u n d a y w i t h .Mr.-, llht.uu-'-- I I I K ! I - , Lee K n y K e l l y . M a i ' . l i a i l t s b a h d a n d b i m l u r , Dii.uic, o f U u - i l a l t w e r e h i r e S . t t u i d:iy w i t h i l n r ci.ii'iinK, 10-.tlui and U o i o t h j P i n t . W i l l i a m (11 iipi-r and - MI, H i i h . w e r e M o i u i ' I ' r a - , ' i i i s'i--i'i" - s ')ii Sai- U t da \ . i f ! M IK Ti KosnKs DEMONSTRATION 19301} DOMINANT SET R A D A N«v/ Pedk In Radio A P E X StiMna Npw I O Phone 196 WERTHEIMER MOTOR CO. W. Crawford Avenue, Otnnellsville, Pa, 'hen you sew at night , . . is it hard to see? . . . . not if you have a handy portable lamp or perhaps you need more powerful light bulbs . . . . We will sell at Public Auction all the Warehouse Stock of Wenner's Estate at the former location on Broadway, next -to the West Peon Waiting Room, Scottdale, Pa. And Lasts Until Everything Is Sold 2:30 and 7:30 P. Stock Consists of the Following:- 10 fine enam sled Coal Ranges, in blue, grey and brown, large and medium sizes, guaranteed Bal ers. x 10' rolls of Linoleum by the yard. 2 White Ena neled High-Class Gas Ranges,, 1 White Enaneled Gasoline Range (will demonstrate) . 1 Lot of Woe 1 Blankets. 3 Fine Parloi Heaters, in walmtt and mahog- 10 Reflector and Asbestos Gas Heaters. 4 Old-fashion Round Coal Heaters, large and medium. 24--9x12 Cartain-Teed Felt Base Pretty Rugs 36--9x12 Tapestry Brussells and A xmms * er Rugs. 50 Full size Mattresses, in cotton, felt and inner spring: and felt. 2 Dandy Living Room Suites, upholstered. 2 Fine Bedroom Suits, in walnut finish. any. All the abjve are positively New Stock in fine condition of the tenner High Grade Merchandise. 1 Second Ha id Gainaday Electric Washer, 1 Second Hand Mission Dining Room Suite. Lot of Jars, C rocks, Lawn Mowers and Porch Furniture. If you will need a Coal Range in the next six months it will pay you to be at this sale. Highest quality Flanges, such as Wincroft, Rebecca Washington, Etc., with Sarge ovens, large fire boxes and absolutely guaranteed bakers. Buy them at you r own price. 1 1927 Fen 1-Ton Truck in Good Condition 1 National Cash Register A. 2!. Hodai, Auct. Free Delivery Notice--Abo /e Stock Must Be Sold, Regardless of Price, as the Estate Must Be Settled. The famous niotto of "The Three Musketeers" applies equally well to the three interests concerned with The Daily Courier Classified Ads-- · rea lers, advertisers and the paper itself. Whatever benefits one benefits the other two also. A growth in the number of ads brings about an e q u a l growth in the number of classi- fiec readers because of the better ser dee and wider selection offered. An i similarly ,an increasing nurnber of i eaders draws an increasing num- ber of ads clue to the better market, provided. At the same time The Daily Courier is able to give better service to both parties owing to the greater popularity of the market. Because of these mutual benefits, together witri the great economies made possible by direct contact between those with v^ants and those with offer:?, 1 he Daily Courier's Classified Section is becoming the universal market place for Connellsville people. Are YOU sharing in tiese benefits? ^wviwwiAjW!fMWwwtin«A^ P O W t IK CO A i N . follow. BETTFR UGIFT MEANS BETTER SEWING NS

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