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January 30, 1939

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LAST EDITION PRICE 2 The Best Advertising Medium in the Yough Region. b7 The Weekly Cou Icr Fou idccl J ]y 11 1873 Ihe Dully Courier Touudcd November 10 · Merged July IB 10 CONN ELLS VILLE, V \ , M O N D - A I L \ L , M N O j \M Tl\ A TEN PAGES 81 A R R E S T E D WHEN POLICE "VISIT" CAFE r/\\ BA( HI LORS TO I'rNMOIS OLD M A I D S Largest Single Haul of Prisoners m City's History LIQUOR LAWS { BROKEN, CHARGE | I *\ i na on tl e t u i o p e m C a f e in South W i ei slice opu-ilcd b\ \nay \\ aigo icaiilled ir tne u r o t jf the laigCbi numbci of pe son 1 - in he histo v of Conrells\ lie baturdi} i ugit w h e n Waigo and 80 illcged | nniatei o£ i d soideil house W C I L j taken into custod \\ ngo \\cia to be chu ted d i u m g he d i w i l l opentmg a disoideil hou^ and \ 10! Uion o£ the State liquor laws Of he 80 inmates 72 posted ^3 forfeits ind eight rem nncd in the eit ail until this rrornmg w h e n hc\ w e i e ariaigned befoie M n o Ira D Younkin ind fined So w th altcrn i\ es oi two days in the lockup One woman--12 w e i e cau^nt in the i uc --\sh had posted a §3 iorf it dem mdtd hei money b iek and isi ed foi a he inng aftei w h i c h ^h" w i s lined SlO u th the a l t e r n i t i x e of h \ u ddjs i p J«»l She took the t im A "though seveial o heis \veie at CHv jiall tnej did not ask foi r-cann and pei mi ted their bonds to be f o r - f e i t e d Aeling on msti uetions of DiM.net Atto nev oames A Reilly Assist mt Count} Detective Wilbeit R (Pats\ ) IWmeid o i g a n z c d the laidmg pit ^ "U 01 king in c-oilabor ition w itn Mineid \ eie Age"ts Joseph "\Vig- nei and Je^be Hoove" of the Sta c Liquor Contiol Boaid Thev eon- t i e ed Chie f of Police Andicw ^ Thorn is *oi his ass stance and he \cadily offered the ser\iees of himself and Patrolmen Kenneth Louden, Cneste Balsley and Joseph Rulh The foree \\is ab-o joined by State Motor Policemen H E Rang John Skinnei and Chailes A Moftatt The detail of 10 with Hoo\er and Chief Thomas lead ng the v. av s\v ooped dow n on the cafe at the south Water stieet corner near the "iougiiogheny R u e r bi dge 4J1 e\iU were baired by office·* a- others in the detail searched e\erj zoom in the building The ptttions of the cafe weie either d i icing, dnnking or sitting at t bles in the main room w h e i e a muTie twx blared out tunes Sorie of tnem w e r e in a kitchen while one couple was upstair* The police took the inmates in batches of MX and eight and csco ted tnem fiom the cafe to the ponce sta ion un il an examination of the lolls showed a total of 83 h U been caught at t i e place One w a s a niece of the p oouetoi and mother a 14-\en-old bon of an mma e bo h of w h o m w e i e icleased \\ urgo w a s tiken lo "Uniortown and placed in the counts j a i l o av, ait ai i uignnic.nl on the tw o ch*"V- \VaL_nei w « 5 to accuse \Vaigo of sellirg beci and u h i s k y w itnout a State license a id the a 1 -s ·aUnt county detective said ne w o u l d prefei a disordeily house ac- bpcei 1 to Uic Courier \ \ b l l \ I L I L IYnn J.m 30 -- SUte b( i t t o i H T Lo\ cUice s u d he plane I lo n t i o d J C L i b i l l in he Icn- i c sec T e ^ i s l d t L i o pi icing tin mnu il 11\ of $1 000 on bichcloi · cind--o r i II I h i igs--kt tl e monies £o nto n f u n d for pen 1 - on i ig o d m uds Mew Tremblers, Rain Add Misery In Chile Disaster Boy Hero, 5, Saves Three 701 c I QfTici Bs U ILLI \ M 1 1 HORSLA U u t c d Pi t ss St fl Coi i cspondcnt SAM 1 \CO Ch h J in JO -- N e w cm th n fin n w o n i c p o i t c d f om the d^\ istiled C h i l in i i od is mn isti / c f i n u i i o i t ffici I s - f o i e e t thit Ju t I il n r dt tr 1 in tl t --outho n C l ilc c u t l q u I c v,ou!d i e i e i \ oO (100 It li tc i p e a i c d h t t h e --i u i if i of the lumd eds uf thou nd*- of hom^h s people in he c i hqu ike ^ b d is it could be cpoi lo * id th t some t u w n * u e j f 1 \\ pcd out t h a t not one house in 10 s i l l stood bnounce] de d '-till 11 in s t i e e t nd lonj, 10 n^ 11 o u 1 - u d s of bodic l a \ s t i l l in he r u m s of home the i i e j t i K e h t i c h t - x to i\ ints Giei fis mes in 10 ds midc automobile elieC transport p u n f u l l slow All i a i l loaus w e i e paraljzcd Thei c \ \ j ^ i I i c l of food U a t d \\ is j m p u i o I n j u i c d people \\C^Q dying st 11 for \vant of c n i e Then \estci a i t begin tn i un-in the middle of the d i y se i*on Li t n gh t h e i e carne "cpcrts th it the RI "*it L lima \clcino m he Cierqucnco i t i u = nimolmg and d i s t i n c t tremors \\-cre felt His home in flimc" Clifford Morns 5 of Sanhck Va (near St Charles) proved nim*elf a horo He mnde th-oc trips into the bliz n^ homp and each time tottered o J t with ont of the three v oui[,or child'-pn n li arms Clifford re enacts liii hero rolo w i t h babj Jcrrs n his arms TVA SUIT DISMISSED BY SUPREME COURT United Germany Behind Nazi Movement, Hitler Avers; Sets New Goals Four-Point Plan Business Peace SU ALLOW b CHICKEN BONE DIES OI PERITONITIS Bv L^tLE C WILSON J m U d I LOSS St ff Conespordent \S ^S H\OTON T ir 30 --Business out s leprcsented Sccrctnj Compieiet H n y L llonkins todo is contempt ting t fou -pom* pio- L,I t n to b i i n g ibou pe tee bct\ ecu indu^ti v mcl he INe^ Deil It \". undeistood hat the progi im \^ a n il piescntcd is such to the B t i i nc^s A d v i s e i; Council u Inch met 1 te v . i l x I'opkm^ list v.eck But ihe Lm c 1 P rss \\ ^ m f o i r r e d hi i u i t J linen to =omc oC the busi- i e"S j n e i s \ \ h o conferred r rliu u i t h Hopl^n s Fron those coiifcreo-. \ \ o t d sifted 1 t h i o u f i h the business community hat j f l Ihe n u Sterctiry of Commerce has J u n e s O Neil 00 of Rosi oe £01- noi 1 ut I 1 aveUe City died 5i iday l i g h t in Ch i eioi-Moncssen Hos- j pit il \\ hei he had been a patter I Toi foui "\vecKt, Pentomtih, de \ eloped i 'lor he had u iknou mgly s vallowed i srrall chicken bone -JAMES STOPS PUC CHECKS Propaganda Minister Opens Eventful Day With Address to All School Children, Is Sixth ^Anniversary Nazi of ty Ur tccl Press H -VRRISBURG Jin 30 --Go\ er- roi Ar 1 ui H Jimes disclosed toda he hid oideicd ill sal nes in the Puoiic L t i h t j Commission held up I u n t i l th^ rate fixing boaid submits a budget he c n appro\ e Tl e ordej James said \\a-~ m the 'oim of \ v n t t e n notice to Auditor Wan en R Robeits u h o Dp- B a n n i n g Mine To Resume Feb. 6! Bv United PTK*S \\ \SH \GTON J i n T O -- pienr 1 C c i n t t d i\ d '-nn serl s lit b\ pi \ its. u t i l i t K 3 ig 1 Tenrt see \ i l l c % A u t h o i i t . ? i u l rif, specific IK t. n tnc bi b t u u t i o n - i l ssues ini-ol ed ni Su i m joi n t t le \ \ i t n o u Mt t n- in the pov,m program th" The letion southern pi b ouph uv n itc u t i h t u s 1 1 t L »up o r 1\ A Roosc\elt t n i Supreme C o u i t p pom t t I e i \ Fi mk.furt.er, \. is s\\r i n in on t 10 li gh b e n c h Trt. cou I hold t i u iht* u l i l i as eoul 1 no '-no illej, I compel tion ind d u n i g i s is \ i t s u l ol 1\ \ op er it r n*J u v t i L O PJ( L t rm t j d i \ -, c ei b l u . t . i e I rm J H mi, Rofai n m nci j p i r e i t l y is bound o administrative I An t f o i l lo toncil vte the Ad- , to de not to mthonze pay checks due lomonou to an commissioner or nun sti U jn s dispute v » i t h the dec U cil power industn- j employe ot the PUC Obt in ML a g i e e m e n t amonf, the , James said seveial ueeks igo that Bu Icr dis'-^nlcd on nd v, j o i n e d C \ I c R e \ n o l d s mi 01 i t \ u is dismissed on t i e tot hn c I i decision s \ e i e C h i e r fu t a e Chd I L . T J C o r g i i. s of Indu ml O i g m i z i t i o n s thi Arm i c n I 1 cdci ition of LUG** it d bu mess on imendn ent of th 7s i ion il L ibor Re it ons Act T \ iIin o mine the Bus ness \ d s ) ji} Council more a c t i v e ind i i f l u e n t i I in eTeci ng in aprtd$e- rrf.nl p ) I t c ^ -t Co i ti uc u r ihoid legis a- Opciations B a n n i n g \o ,ill be resumed f m i i e Ol j grounds th i the nn\ i c firm u t n j | Mthout kgil j u s l i f i c i t i o n for m u n - j t l i n i n g then suit I The decision v* t*, i t id b\ ^ u tice { Gv.cn J Rnbor s on oihilf of \ T-W L\ in H ig I oui D br^mk md HUJ.O I 131 Reed oid IK p i ind t ic r n h c nd A-- ot H It. Ju tices n f Sto ie ucc bt m cv m tin e SL. v. d v \c in t on A t p o "n u nour ed tod o The mire n n i m llj emplo 1 CL b of 000 men b i t t h s s denni °lv dcciciid j u t ho v the opcutions u 11 be Tht rrcn h a v e been g i v e n p ^ M t a l examinit ons ind e \ e t t h i n g made in re dine for resumption of o-oen- tions As et no m f o i m u t a o n h js been fo- hcommK aoou f w o r k u t B a n n i n g No 2 ( \ \ h i t s c t ) w h i c h hus been i d l e mo c than i v e i V tn Mctci has been closed several months Senator and 45 Others on Trial In WPA Scandal B l i z z a r d H i t s Direct Relief Mid-West; May i Rolls in County Swing Eastward Gain 193 Cases C H I C A G O J u 30 -- Ch c igo a u u i s t ohz?itid in e qh NC.JTS tcid y CHU t -c i d t Ie is* mm dc tth 1 - ond tiirec ele\ ited 'rain \vccks in ^ h i c h up- ·\\aids of 23 persons % ere injured i-i^ht dfe tbs resulted from t \ h lust on md exposui c U n r \\ t* k lied and ino hci seiiousl i n j u i c d \ \ n e n in lutornobile cn^hed in o T tr un r\ o c f the (*\ icdden t - the con mission s budget for the cu rent six-rronth pei tod winch he f o u r d s t i l l in the budget secretary s oflice the d ly aftei majguration, listed i nt i e ised pa rolls of more than $200 000 As f h e State and county autl 011- lics took the Alleged piopric or to Tjnion o\\ i the inmates w e r e 1-ept ; in C i t v Fall u r t i l the obt lined for! f e ts of S3 foi tr-ur aope ir nces a n neinng Ihc-^c unable to nise the moncv were kept in cells At noon i Sunday 68 had po^^cd S3 each and i 12 \\ere i r c n c e i a t c d B nigntfall 72 had been released on forfeits | Acti\it\ of the combined police | foice«; spiead IiKe wildfire and se\e i n l hundred pei^ons soon gntheied ·^bout Ci y H ill Reports haa it that othei pi ices in Jie city soon dis- ponsec' w i t n acti«.itv as word got around h i t he law is m o \ m g to- nisht Priding officers confiscated n quantrtj of beer at Wnrgo s plrce Continued on Page Six Drivers' License Applications Out Bv ROB LET Wl AR U n i t e d P i e s Stiff Correspondert ALBUQUERQUE N M Jan .iO i--Semtor Dennis Chavc? sistei son- m-luv/ md 4o othei defendants, vvert I e n ti il in Fedciil couit toe y chirgcd w i t h t i d P i c k i r g \ v t t h "Woiks Prog PSS A o m i n sir tion jobs 101 ] oli- liea 1 pui poses 1 Pwen y-four othei pe sons \vill be | ned 1 ilc on th simc gerenl chirgcs Chi ct w is here ind maj testify as a aefense witness C rl Hitch, New Mexico s other membei of tlie United Slc-tes Senate and John J Dcmp c one of its mcmbeis in tne Tsationa House o£ Representat \es mdicited tb it they too w o u l d testify for the defense if they could go* away f"om Wo^hn gton To testify they would h a v e to w a i v e *hc i con- giessioml immunity The prosecution wis jnstitutpd b\ f o i m e i WPA. Admmist r i or Hiriy I Hopkins v\ ho li^t f ill ·sumrrai il disc Bilged the New MCN. co Admir- ratoi Fred He le^ cu led t n t h e v c 1 - oth( r on tl c noi th I rtltnbut d n slipper i Fouitecn \ ci c 1 ic i\\\ w h o i t stand ng tr u n Av t n u e sUit on I Sever I houi were i n i u i e d n dc side in i AM \ ni ci t h e n uicd one tnt u n r j i n m i d m e n t the C3u i f o i n i i \ppl Lations for duve s liconaes a i e bemj mailed from Hainsbui^ Tie piesent ope ntois e a i d b \vill be i n v a l i d iftct Febiuirv 2B DepT-tment of R e v e n u e ofllc als in Harnsburg uige motoiisls to gi\e tl e riattei then piomp^ attention so no ' D i d Albnpht Liid Up Jo m S Mbngnt editor of the Evening Genius at Union o\\ i and Union town eoi respondent foi The C o u i i e i was oideied to bed b his p h v s i c i n n w icn compile uions de- ve oped in i leg afte he had btc i sliuck by an automobile moie thin i oelav w i 1 be encounteied in proud-! week igo while cios^mg a street M ing the card« |Unionto\\n Loyalist President Seeks Safety on Foreign Warskio n v H / R O L D I b n i t c d Pie'-s blalT COIIL^IJOIK ont PERTH US Fiench-Spini«-h Fion- ticr Jun JO --PiCMdert M snuel Vzina of the Spin ih ^a ist gov eminent p m- to seek refi ge on i foreign w t i s n i p i w is reported t da\ a lo^ ih--l no bles jo tied t lie ;tead\ * r eam of itfu^cc-* in'o Fnncc A.uni 1 ^ on the t i c n c h side ot the frontier w ere i eporlcd to inc'ude oi the luv il a t i m v nd a numbei leading W I K O I S nc 1 cducitoi- It w i s Oblim itcd to-ii i h i t 3o 000 icfugees h i d entered Fi nee me th i ano hn 700(10 w e i e ippioichmg the f ontici uei French luthouiie'- iheii f i o n t t c i guild reinforeca b "i [100 tioops rc-i- m i t i d w o m e n md e l i l c - i e n tc en er is fist is t h c \ could be c om- m o e i i c l -- b u ! u r ' n f u i t h e r ordeis from Pins the boidci lemnned itei eight prisons "e ir-end collision n i n e m les north of he Inp A h u d crish i n v o k e d n G i hold P irk t om which en tied into the i c t i of n stand ng t n m A bli?7i e. swept noithcistw ud across Missouri Illinois md northern Jndi ma todi\ disrupting I nd nd iir ranspoi Ution The storm c e n t e i e d ov ot -outhern Illinois vv is aecompimea by a sluup drop n crrpentjics tiec 1 / ng i iins boi Jlcied the noi tnern ind c '-tern f i mges of the storm u c i ind c\ ended througn "ennsjh m i to U S F o i e c i ter C A Donnel Chic ifco piedicLed lovvc tempeia- tutcs giles and he ivy snows for the t u t i c e i s t e i n half o the Gic it w n ( in Noi h Dil ota nd noithern MmncsoJi by tonigh Indicd ions weie he s u d th t the bh/7 nd would extend over 11 the G r e i t Likes btate-s -\\ithm the next 24 hours He sud snow iell 1 ist right at B u f T i l o N Y and Jiat high w i n d s w e i o '-·weeping caste n low i and noithci i "Mis^ou " R u n md st ong w i n d s w e i e ie- poited it Now Yo k N e \ v a k N T W islnnf tor D C and generally ilorg the All irtic s e a b o u d and 111 oukhoul sou he ist,ei n s t a l e s Fiee/mf tarns Iell in Oh o southern Indiani and sect ons of Penn- svk mn An electric storm ic- eompimed by a 50 mile an hour w i n d foiccd e neejlatinn of tnrpline schedules it A t l a n t a Gi n Hov he S ite Dop-irtrrent of Puolic '^s SIM ni e f\. tot d of °tiO c ises w e r e opened me 1 G7 closed Gt t lose p j t on i e ( f IOC ! d h st p i\ tie i n pi j i n u 9} w e i e ' e i t 1 \M \ ptojects 2^ ] id t i e i u n e m p l o y m e n t e o m p e r ^ i - lioi b e n e f i t c x p n e nd 35 f( i othei icason-! Ot tho*-c t en t t i e ; ef "^ f o u n d r i c w o r k f l \ ^ ^ c t e r I iced 01 U PA i o l f ^ 11 received i h e i c i m p c n s i t t o n me -9 for other re ivm ol m tn fot Hopk ns i cithf i r e n t n m t d the f o i e ^ o n i j bi t s nd t iere w is no com m. U V\ j-ihm|,ton i presentat \ of b illness MOI ps he vvcv ci were c o r v i n e d th I the o u U i n r w i a sub stint l l v iccui i e 'oreca^t of w h i j s Kit m f, h e i r to bo k n o w n is the HMk ns i Itn , l i u p k iih ^ I t n n o u n c e *-hoity ( c L » pt UK of r K of m a n v spt_ i k u g mv i l i i v, 1 ich he 1 a ret LI v cd since h i s re PI n t ion to the CiL net He u i n u t ) d e l i v c i his iir*; ^-pcceh w i t h i n t f o r t n i ^ h t ind ma\ at thit t i m e o u t h n e 1 i piogi m Thi L n m d Press wis mfoi ned \ net m c i r ^e c f 191 e L ( L i 1 tl t ho e pc ted to c p p i o i e h I f i c m i cent \\ s l f w n j r in d u e i e - ! u t i l i t i e s iSf », O il p i o b l e m t l i o u g l lief i o J l of I i^e'tc 1 eountv riu ing the t i e Coiim m u - lln nd South GUI w e e k onduig T m u u v 21 i co ding i poi 1^101 d spu c n wl ieh the co-poi- n l i ^ u i t s m Jf p u b l i c ir I 1 in ISUUIL. j it on is set k i n g 1o dispose of Us lai ge !r a I R i t I '.ecu! n v of ' interests vv nel ire 11 eompeliUon v. i h th Pmnessee \ i l l e v A u t h o n t j fo 1 - w h i t stockholder confide o be i f i n price The A d m i n i s t i a t i o n and the cot po tin i c f i t apait, h o w e v e r on pi ice ma Hop n * m attempt to persu idc the authorities to i ISL the bid Hop! MS v is icprcsf nted as be icv- ing t h u if i tin pnc^ policy could be wo ked ou* th u t i l i t y m d u s t i j vvould be leconciled to the fact th t henec'oitli t h u e a w i s w H be a cc- am in ourf of Government com- )iet tion m tne p eduction ot e ectric povvci But if priv itely-owncd plants icquucd by govcinmentil author ties w e i e puiehised it faiily satisfacloiy pi ices nd f the charge fo Government-pi oduccd pow ei were kept w i t h i n a f i n langc ' i* wis sug- ges ed here thit the industry would be dlmo immediate y stibili7ed The desire for utility slibilily is p ima ily o reestjolish util t securit es as an atti ictiv e in\ es*rnent for private funds Key Witness In Nines Trial . Commits Suicide i IGbbPF L M \ L E R Mess Staff Conespondent J i n --District At- x n o m i s E Dev\e carried on msl Tairminy Leader the outskirts of \vheie he w is np- t!ie Ind 3o8 rev, i^-t mce w h i e iG9 i ises rcpic- t c c c i \ i n g $ M - i i\ tte t o u n t \ p ie i t i f ns foi issi iceoids she -^nd 5 sentntR 21 038 8U D u i n i L . the th rd w e c of J n n u a r ^ Pcnns\ K inn s Jo d in teirr = of bo h cnscs nnd e\ponditures i onchcd he h ghcst !c\ei since December 1^5 On J i lu u y 21 the rolls n irrbcred J40 18J c i ^ c s icpicsontmg "41 506 pcisons -- i net n e of *i 461 cises ( ' 8 5 8 o pcisons) from the tola on Janun" 14 Net c\penc'iturc,s foi grints dui- mg the w e e k totalled $1733388 in me e ise of $4 379 Th" ave age e^cp e n d i t u i p pc iceipicnl icm^ ned un- ch inged a $^ J4 Apphcition-i foi gei ciU assistnnee filed duiin^, the week numbeied ]1 I 461 deei e ise of T5G from lae llic. net incjease 101 the week o T mini \ 1 tec 1 f i o m tne opening of 9 628 cises (32080 pc sonb) arJ the elosmg oni ) o£ 4 107 e =es (14 395 Fra^Cl^ro La'-go C ibillcio lef t w mg I closed tight to able-bodi"d men J t Socials l e i d c i and fo mer picniic WT; expected h u men would be nd- JQ«C G 1 no he fonie k \abst nit cd j sjon I? tin. ·- i r cK r f il p emier Colonel Ju u n \«ccu j in h omen T id c n i k r c n had been a a n a i c h leado lorg prornnent m l ' u n d COLDER TONIGHT, WEATHER FORECAST T h e n t i t u y u a s bcnedulcd to i e turn o Us -.kidding tactics agnm lomr u ·*[ ei i mild week-end w h e n the tliti tiorutu shouod i 'us i ol 49 jrd i low o' °3 R ) n c h i n g n g to srov. jnd coldei tonig it biul Iht \ eathei man Tue-.d ij srow flurr cs and colder he iddid "List \ \ L c k Ih= w e d t h c ' - i ucl HIL vc i s lo^t t pom n i d n dnv loc li- 1 e« j p o i cd slio-ipro mcicliiy ) e d d ing foi the nr t tme this winter Heavy Earth Shocks Recorded ai Fordham B U utcd Prcsb NEW YORK J, n 30 --file To d- ham seismogiaph iccoidcd a severe eiithquakc in he genoial vicmi'y of the Du ch East j n r i c s last nigh Aio slnrp "hocks weie felt the firs it 9 37 P M and the second two mnutes 1 itei Offic als (." imated the e n t h q u a k c to be about d GOO miles a v v a j Tney »aid it w is mucl moie seveie than recent e a i t i q u i k e s in Chile PUC Will Consider Carrier Applications HARR1SBURG Jin 30--Nine applications \\i 1. be callt-d before the Public Utililj Commission fo- hcai- ing in the Faette eourly comthouse at Uniontoun Fnday beginning at 10 0 clock in the moinmg, it "\vas announced today App] cations foi appioval of the be- gnn ns ot the e\eic se of the r.ght and p julct,e of opeiatmg motor v c h cle^ is common cameis foi 1 anspoitation between designated pijccs liave been filed by Mike SUomick Andrew J Shernock Alphonse Rcnze W, Iter Ripko Cnarles H Hhoades Waldeimer Piemus, Alfred Kennedy Paul Lynn .nd CIntles E Ha vey, all of Fayetle county TWO I N J U R E D W H E N CAR CRASHES WALL The Weather Rn n crnnsmg to snow nd coldei tonight Tucsduj s io\ Tu lies and coldei a t ic 1001 vve^thei foiet ist foi Western Pcrnsv \ a n i a Temperature Record 1939 1S"B M ] \ m u m 40 8 M i m m u n TS 30 Mc i 11 3-1 Special to Ihe Cojrlcc UNION1OWV Jan Jt,--Two we e injuied and thiee otliers escaped when he automobile ir which thev were uding left tne hi^hwa and CL sheJ icia on into a h c a d \ \ T l ot Smithfield carV this morn ng Joseph Litkovich 2' 01 Footedale d i n e r of the imcime sufTeied cats about the heac ard r ace Mike Sable o r Footedale was biuised ai d suffered f i o m faroclc They ·uere taken to U i n o i t o \ \ n Hosp tj| The di n ei to\d polite he lost cont ol u her he u i b u n a b " to se thioufih he ra ri U n i t 1 N E W t o r n t y h ^ c iii J imes J Hinet. \*. i h O.VO major \ i - riL^ses tod ii Suicide robbed him of hio thud--38-yc i-old George Wem- bcieJ d f,anqs ei v.ho tl li week \ o u l d l i n e said ag m that he piid il 000 i \\eek to Hines to p t o t t c t the Dulch Sc ni U lo tcry racket W e m b u g put a bullet thiougT his b i a m cstcrdi in the bath com of in old mar 1 - on on W h i t e I l - u n i N ^ kept in p i o t e c t K e custodj \\ith the two other key times eabe witnesses J Ricl aul ( D i x i e ) Da\is, and Big F a n y Sehoenhaub Uemberg a p i o d u c t of the lowu Schult? S20000000 policy business touldn t be shaken at Hines' frst tria i n his SIOM t h i t t lousc-nris of dollars had been paid to Hmes Whethei th it testimony is adiribfa ibfe n the second ti i il will determine row h ge i hole his suicide Iell in Dev.ey s else Clue* De r ense Counsel Lloyd Paul S t i j l er md he would f g h t to bar it beciuse the accused could not ro\\ cios'-e mime the accuser Dewey Continued on Page Six FUEHRER MAY TALK TWO HOURS By FREDERICK C OECHSNER Un ted Pitss Stnfl Coriespondent BLRLIN Jau 30 -- Fuehrei Adolf Hitler hailed the sixth annivei^iiv of Nnzi Geimany with ar address to the Reicl stag reviewing .. cation o£ i Broiler Germany ' in 1938 and pointing t i e Nation toward nev. goals for 9o9 He begin speaking at 8 Ob P M (2 06 P M EST) Hitler sj d that six yeais ago only one third of Jie German nation \vaa oehind his piogram Now there is unanimity Tne bulk of the votei then \vere divided between 35 political groups ' The picture o£ collapse of pre- I\dz dajs has begun to fade Hitler said Adsertanes laughed at the i nzi dleam he said but now thej hale us and fear u= but esteem u= hitler had taken his seat in the Reichstag at 8 P M Hermann \Vil- hclm Goermg his chief aide openea the proceedings with a brief speech Hitler said Germany was faced acain witn the =pectacie o£ oveicom ing Jewibi-International liostilnv against true European culture He said the MX \ears behud the nazi regime were fi'led w i t h the most marvelous achievements o£ Ceiman historj BERLIN Jan 30--Nazi Geim-ny w i l l dme ahead \uth new tasks, eac'i ^eal Dr Paul Joseph Goebbeis mm is er of propaganda, said todij m sound ng the keynote fo- the se\enth \eai of Nazisrr as Germany and Eu lope awaited a speech bv Fuehrer Adolf Hitler We see our Reich today respected --o- at least feared Goebbeis, Nazi No 3, said in a ladio speech to millions of school childien who hcird mm in class looms all over the county throug i loud ipeakers ' When our fuehrer carre to power anarchv raged A bolsheviit revolu- t on m ght have broken out at anv moment The anxieties of tho=e t mes are fimllj forgotten Toda s anxie les wi,l similarly be forgotten soon Yet anxieties will stil' con- Sizeable Sum fo Be Realized From Ball For Paralysis Fund A sizeable sum will oe realized fiom Connellsville s President s ba'l Satuidij night at Pleasant Valley Countiy Club Dr H Daniel Minerd city ch urman sa d today A.ppi oMimtclv 150 couples attended the ben,e.f t lot the mfanti t, par lysis fund Futy pei cent ol the ret ecejpts will be kept at home while the other paii, wil 1 be sent to the national head- quartc s of, the infantile paialysis fourdation D Mineid commended the mem- bei s of hi \ ,-rious commi ttees foi tie splendid manner in which the looked a tei t ie multiple details in connect on with the benell G I R L HURT IN MASTERY CRASH Speelal to The Courier UMOlNrOWN, Jan JO--Mystery surroui ds the ciash of a sedan which oveitinned Sunday evening near H e v e i c sending Iiene Hess, 18, of Litt c Biownheld to Uniortcnvrj Hospital SLiileimg witli mjuiies to I the left shoulder She was taKen 10 the Hobpitil by a McClellandtown 1 doctoi Ihe opei tor of the imchme, who Miss lies;, idertiled a F ank Busic and his compin on \\ lom the girl c-'lled 'Joe aie being sought by State Police Officers repoited the -nachnie -u s fourd overturned along the roud and the heense p'ltes to- L,ethei u i t i Hie two oecuoants weie nii^cinj, E! J oit, u e being made they s"H tn r ce tnc o\Tlr-ship of he cai Ou national reco\ e j has been built on the s rength oi the people Formeily we believed m tne kaiser and kings But we faile'd to see tne sti ength which re 0 ts in the peop e ' Goebbeis' speech to t i e childien was, the first event on a ciowded cilcndar commemoi ating the sixth mmversary of the Nazi Reich Eighty million Germans and tl e 5oQ 000 000 people of Europe general- 1 awaited the speech o£ Hitlei which was to be the clinax Rumors of all sorts flashed aeioss the ecnt nent--that Hitler would announce urquahf Pd support of Bemto Mussolini m his demand" on France for satisfiction of Italy's aspiration tint he would demand agim Continued on Page Six JudgeManton Resigns on Eve Of House Inquiry VASHINGTON Jan 30 -- Ctwir- mdn Hatton W Sumnels D Te^ of the House Judiciary Comm t L ee said today that (J S Circuit Courc. Judge Mai tin T Manton of New Yoi has submitted h s res gnation Sumners made the announcement shortly after he had revealed that his committee would begin tomorrou a pieJimmaiy study of charges agams the New Yoiic jurist made by Distnct Attoiney Thomas E Dewey Dewey, m H letter to Sumne s charged that Manton reccned sums of money from individuals 01 cor- poiatiors ictng for individuals 01 corporations mteiested in matte: i handled by Manton s court Dewey offered to appeir befoie tne judiciary commi tec o substantiate bib allegations Manton semo udge of the New York circuit \\as named a distuc,, judge in 1916 by Piesident Woodrow " TM*TM S ra!Sed to the clrcult PERRY DEBATERS MEET UNZONTOWN Debutus of Peirj Township and Un ontovv n High schools w 11 meet at Umontown I c b i u a i y 7 in a confer in which two negntive and two af- fiirrative tear^s will paiticipate

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