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February 17, 1930

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rice Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper. The Best Advertising Medium in the Yough Region, voi... 2«. xo. -s:;. 'I'd* A 'I lie I' ci-UIr O T i r t r r , t-'nnnrtnl .July 17, JS7f». ll.v I'uurler, l''i.ninl"(l fiu\ ember JO, 100!. Mrrgrol. j«ir is, man. CONNJMJLLSV1LL.E, PA., MONDAY EVENING, FET3R1.' UlY ! 7, '|!):!(). JACKPOT SUSPECTS IN DONOHOE CASE FINALLY RELEASED Three .Hasontown Ititliam Tell Of Prolonged Thirtl-De- ({rilling. MKVY t A P S T V A ,M,\nilM; ;n K$ FORTH sorxn 1,1 K K .WTOK O F A A I K P L A E FIVE CHILDREN LEAP TO SAFETY I IN DUNBAR FIRE .WRITER EMERGES FR OM SECLUSION HELD PRISONER FOR 12 DAYS Spcci-'il t o T h e C o u r i e r . JTN'JONTOWN. KoV. 17. ...... C o n f r o n t e d with t.ho acem:;i"imi t h a t a f o r m e r police ofllccr ot 1'VyeUe c o u n l y l'.;:id' confessed his p a r t in the m u r d e r of John P. Donohop and had i m p l i c u t o d U'.eui as the- k i l l e r . ; who received t h o :Jfi 000 jiickpot. t h r e e \ v e l l - k n o w n M a s o i U o w n C t a i i a n s wcr v subjeeterl to ;' t h i r d d-pgree e x a m i n a t i o n f o r 12 day-; bel'ori» f.hy wcro f i n a l l y released y ^ l o r d a y a' L Brownsville. Up t i n - t i l the t i m o I hoy had loen ro- 1-oa-MHl t h e y had be-on h l i i u l f o l r e r l n n d h a n d c u f f e d Mir! c a r e f u l l y suu-dtvl In t h o State I'o.ice c u r w h i c h u r o u g h t thorn into Fa.votto c o u n t y . The- :men The p n e u m a t i c u n l o a d i n g ccj l i p - , merit for soda, as h and lime, ;i i art ; of the improvement, work at the ;ij- i ; stau Glas-s Company's p l a n t at S i - n t h j ConnellsviUe, which was placed, in op- j Tliroe Others of .los?|h D i N c l l o ! eraMon last, Friday evening, mukr ; a | F a m i l y Ksciinc by M e a n s i noise th-at. resem.bles that of an iir- plaue motor and m a n y persons L.ivc been inclined lo believe t h a t u n iit- pla 30 is iu th-e t.'.cighliorhood v.'lien lhis ; . machinery is in operation. A. m u f f l e r is to bo nl.Uc.hcd to the ', ecjii i n m e n t . in t h e near f u t u r e and ' h i s : wil": deaden the noise. The o p e r a t i o n of t h i s equipn ent j wil u n l o a d a b o u t seven cars ot :· ocla i ash ;md l i m e each week. The sue ion i unloads the m a t r " l a l and no bar. 1 r e q u i r e d to c o m p l e t e the work. Of' Stalnvay. BUILDING IS DESTROYED Tyrone's State Reward Roads Will! Be Made Primaries arc said to be Mifft'ring i r o n focts of the p r i t o i t and injui'i" they said t h e y receirtd ( i t i r l t tbr- Tho trio, ( ' o s i i i n j Stouan.to, I c r i c o a n d S a n d y M u o t r l i , F e b r u a r y I; at Niasont.owii, we lo tin. 1 St.atv l'c-tii;t b a r r a c k s Salem aud ; h e r to (bo barracks of Troop A. Th they were b l i n d f o l d e d , Uandci t'fpd and taken to another prison a f t e r a two- h o u r motor r i d e . They believe r.noir ing i n t o destination was at. U u t l e r . There [ Q r y . t h e y were ImudeufC-ed a n d b.il'u a n d c h a i n s w o n - a t t a c h e d to t h - ' i r le-.ci'. Th-e-y were fed o n l y bread ai.'l w a t e r . Then they say t h e y wore r o u g h l y handled for 12 d a y s , t h e i n t e r reciters i n s i s t i n g u p o n t h e t r u t h . T h e i r answers displca.-od tho-ir Tlioy said. O w i n g to the on I heir . t e t the men s a i d they s i u m b l c d A b o u n d t h e t h i r d decree- room and \ t i a n y t i m e s \v-cro n a.ul-ed by t h o officers T h e I t a l i a n s ~ a y t h a i !ho officer,-; told t h e m t h a t un ex.-po- Uccnuin had positively n a m e t t h e m at accessories to Ihe c r i m e and t h a i they had got the K5,t»00 jackpot !'(·:· k i l l i n g l.ionohoe. Thoy f i t e i ( i i ' i i 3 t e d l y denied I,IIY con- n e c t ion w i t h t h e immlor or a i . y direct k n o w l e d g e ,r it. F i n a l l y t l n - y were b l i n d f o l d e d a r i l h a i i d c u f f - ' d a n d -n'ou.-Jit to a point ju.-l. o'lt/siflo of l : n v . - ( i . - i v i ) l t There t h e y .v-ere re- !c;t.vO't and old j o get on). The., then went, lo the r homes at .Mas-ontown. T h e i r rel-ias;: is stiiil lo h.ivo le-!;n S i r o u g t !iy \ t v l f t g r u m sent : Major L y n n f l . A-Uirar, hy A t t o r n o y Alex (.loldsloin, t b u . - a t o n i n i c t o i n s t i t u t e r p u s p r o c e e d i n g s against I o t h e r otliciaLs if '.lie m-en \!1 of t h e state reward roads in w h i c h i '- CWPr Tyrone t o w n s h i p for whicl aid U i o l r ' ' 8 "ct'ded and for w h i c h m a i n i o n nice | w i l l be w i u K h t from ilia State n e p a r t - rmsnt. of H i g h w a y s were designate I ttr; p r i m a r y t h o r o u g h f a r e * S a t u r d a y ternoon at a spenal m e e t i n g of hoard of road s u p e r v i s o r s of Is T} rone t o w n s h i p . W i l l i a m 11. fJordou, W a l l e r 1 and J o h n Torreiu-e m e m b e r s of board, also design ;ttcd t h e routes i % ad- the p r i m a r y roads us «ei ond- · t;,vknu at. Now r- f-n.sb\irg :neu say Five c h i l d r e n of Mr and Mrs. Joseph j DiNello of P n n b a r lrap«l f r o m u see- ' o n d story w i n d o w l o safety a t 3 : M O ; o'olork t h i s ' m o r n i n g when fire. ( destroyod thesir h o m e . Tho loss on the j buildina and t.he f u n . i s h i i i K s was c-sti- I m a t f l d - a t |:!,70«. It was bolU.'vwl t h a t tho-blav.e- t.art- ofl whon a JiAo.coiil )ei! from an op^n gralo hi t h e d i n i i i K room. Tho lire oiicriiiiited in t h a t rocni and only thrt,H* nicinbor.s of tho fami!y mana.g«d lo K;t out by tho .stairway. The five c h i l d r e n loa;peil from the wi-ulow when I ho flames had virt..iall\ enveloped tho -stairway. T h e w i n d o w a t t h a t place is located h u t live f f o t f r o m tho g r o u n d , h o w e v e r . The I H m b a r V o l u n t e e r P'iro Department jHwenlod f.ho home- of Dominic DiNello, a non o[ Mr and Mrs. Joseph UlNeilo, f r o m rip«tn» l i o n by p l a y i n g a a f the hose on th x w a s s t l g h t l y side of fhe- scorch-cd. b u i l d i n u I t Completely missing from p u b l i c view Harold Bell Wright ha^ returner] to t Wright, e x p l a i n i n g thai, he HA? blip.n islands working furiously on tl'p first some time. They wero photnp-aphc for more than six months, ie United States with Mrs, iding out in the Hawaiian hft has turned out in above, in Los Angeles. 510 Men Under Parole Officer [ During Year 19291 Probation Officer T. Walt Hnderson j this m o r n i n g mad» his a n n u a l report ; t o ih-o court which showed that the parolo d i d a 1100,000 business during 1.329," pointed out 'Mr. Henderson. " D u r i n g the 1929 there w«ro 294 men | placed on iparole, as compared with 219 d u r i n g ' t h e 1928. One hundred: twenty sev«n men w!ot» parolo was j revoked as compared with IS d u r i n g i 1028 and 2fiO released from parol-fc as j compared with £57 during 1928. On January I of this year there w«ro 417 men on parolo. "The average ntrmfber of men under tho supervision of t.b-e office last year was 450, all. of whom are required to report monthly. "While freedom from incsuroerajtion does not. in.sure the ftrll time employment at tho earning power of the-sa i n d i v i d u a l s in gainful occupations, yef. tho county has baen spared tho ex- penso of Uvs4r maintenance during do- tension. In the abse-nce of a aupor- visory system, tho county would havo been burri-ened with the maintenance of over 450 rn«n at the rate of 70 cents a day. "The in-earceralion of i.lie»e individuals would have placed another h«avy barcton oti the taxpayers of the j county in the form of maintenance of I TWELVE PAGES. CHARLESAJfflLLER FAYETFE DIRECTOR OF FORENSIC LOOP I. "RneU Snyder Chairman of National Awards, Credentials Committee. SPELLING BEE ON APRIL 17 'avis I he In fixing the- millagc for the- c u i r u n t ye;ir th'.; siipTrinoiw adlierud to the request of tho taxpayers wlic. a a r n r e t J n p Friday urged that, the ta.t mlltase- be uuchi:.nged. The 1 w.rd vo;:e,l to o o n i i n u * it at 10 miHp. iln coining lo the decision ;u; t. the i m p o r t a n c e of the roads tho si.per- vi^ors considoreil t h e i r r e l a t i v e a c c o r d i n g to t h e i r iK-ie. and the wliieh are- t h e heaviest traveled designated as t h p r i m e r y h i g h w a y s . There are 10 miles in the pri uary route program w h i c h v i - i l l be the tirst to he consWoretl in a b u i l d i n g c- ileu- dar. The roatle are as f o l l o w s : Tlie Lower Tyron-? t o w n s h i p se -tiion of the Dawrion-l.oyton road. · Dawsou to H u l l i . o w n road. I load from ScottdaUi-Dawson ii|;h- wiiy leading to J f t n t o w n . Koad from Harry Patl.oraon'. lo S. Ottoni.'«. from Tyrone C h u r c h 10 'titi- 'bridge Woman in Hospital From Inhaling Smoke In Frozen Pipe Fire S p e c i a l t o T h e Courier. M O U N T PLKASA.N'T, Feb. 17.--Aa the result of I n h a l i n g einoko. d u r i n g a f i r e at her home at Ilain?y yesterday m o r n i n g Mr.;. Delia Swift, .'!!) yeurb old, wil'c of Calvin Swift, was removed to the M e m o r i a l H o s p i t a l w h e r e uhe was eald to )» in a serious coniiitjoii. Mre. S w i f t wa*i nngacio^t in t h a w i n g ' a water pipe in the k i t c h e n of her ; home whon t h e lire s t a r t e d . The flatnt't; had ·eaten through t h e w a l l of the kitchen .imi were working ; their way up the ^i'le of th b u i l d i n g | when i.hc local fire d e p a r t m e n t a r r i v e d ! on t h e Survivors of Sunken Barge Found Frozen in an Open Lifeboat Announcement was madi today f l i a f . C h a r l e s A. Miller, superintendent ui' the South Brownwvillc schools, has been chosen director of all activities of the Pennsylvania Forejjfiic League in Fayette county. Mr. Miller succeeds J. Buclf Snyder ot Perryopolis as this county's supervisor. Inasmuch as Mr. Snyder la chairman ot the committee on credentials and awards oC Ihe national committee, it was necessary for him lo be relieved of some of the work which resulted in the naming'of Mr. Miller. If aJ.'fo was made public that ( h e eighth grade oral and written spelling contest will bo held on April 17 at the Perry Township High School. The spelling matches will be conducted similar to that last season. There w i l ! bo thrso representatives each district in the oral and in the written , , ^ ec A.C.K r A o. -r- onfi rppreseatatfv-s. =M TM»-- ,-r r-^23» S£ «5; of the Fayott^ County School tty U u i l ' - d rrrs». C A P E M A Y , N. J., Feb. 17.--Two o f ; l o u r survivors of t h e s u n k e n buri o M»rri!l of Bailtlmorp, w h i c h foundered j off t'uc Delaware Capos ill i;oon y · · - t t r d a y , have b«/?n found frvz:» ,'o dentil In an opo-n lifol^oat by t h e c r e w claw: , according to the meagre report received. Tho four siiamcn v/ho won frozen to death from exposure wrm said to h a v o been employed by a.stoni Trans'portati-on Company th of B i l t l r n o r e . 'I'i M e r r i l l was one of three barges? ot tho Coast Guard cutti*r No. 21-S, a··- i bein towwi by the tug Montroae from cording to radio advices rertivpl hcvi? today by Commander W. '11. Shoa 'if I b c Coast Cl-uard station lu-vc. T h e No. "18 t.H (iroc-'.^cdiiiK to (.'ape Mny w i t h the bodks. Plnding of. th-o txidles f o l l o w e d MI all n i g h t search by ovcry a v n i l a h l o boat of the Count Guard fiprvlc.e -.n district. Tlicy w(;ro fonrti abo;ic Norl lk, Va.. to Now York. She went dow in a northwester off the capes a-hoi . noon yenterday after the tow- lln" were broken. There were three men on «ach of tho barges the Mon- t.ron. had in low. Those ou the h a r t ··» Hallowoil and Hooper worj rose ied by i ho Coast l.luard c u t t e r Tair va, Dt'tmer Road habeas c A d i i i i j s :.n W C V l - U O l I JOHN F. MILLER DIES IN OHIO; WAS FORMER INDIAN HEAD RESIDENT HORST BOY'S BODY BURIED AT ORRVILLi; NEW CONFESSION ANGLE WOOSTHU. Ohio, P'flb. 17.---An version of the d.iKappn.'arance of M«l- v i n Horsit, four-year-old boy w h - ha;s MRS, MARTHA BILBERRY I DIES AT DAUGHTER'S HOME AT DUNBAR! i B. 0. MAY BUILD Imian Creek Valley NEW LINE, CHERRY ' L«M«t««» Report RUN-SfflPPENSBURfii made a total of 400 casfifi wherein orders of the court were in effect during the year. , "In this division of ite i^ork. the i probation office collected during 1929 1 $67,0«J5.5S from delinquent defendants Cor distribution to members o£ their family. In addition $1,'546.09 was collected in settlement of eos-to In the«o. case*;." In juvenile court t h e r e were 57 boys j h r o n g h t in, 17 facing criminal charges two worn delinquents, three defend- j a n t t s , 31 Incorrigible and f o u r neglec- tiverf. Out of 391 parolo casee which passed t h r o u g h the office during the year US wore for Manor vifihMonti, 3Jt for aulo violations In which liquor figures. 16 Degrees Below not lxoi; f'hvis,tn\as soon l;i28, sinc-o shortly aftiT was in polico 1 a.ncb; Instead of Accepting A l l o t m e n t of Tr Over W. I. C. C's '.11. ,Io! .Mr ·ic u t i i n i ; !'(-(· i v i - i i a t(-|i'L'r;un t. IH riidi'n- ( u n i K j i i i i c i i i f ; ( l i e d e a t h of ! vr t i n e ) * ' , ;n !·'. . M . I U - r , at H i c k s v l l o , Ohiu. . . M i l l e r »MS J't years nl . B')cnth i i r r c i l iiiii'.dav I ' v r n i n g at t! o'clock l i o m t Thi: I ' u n e d a y ;u Uii-' M r . M i l l i J l l i x a h e i b am! (.. I 1 '. of hi a l m . r v i c o W i l l i t m M i l l e r . IK. \Vodn«st- u b r o t h e r Of Mrs. Koo:-cr il lOast Col u c l l s v l l l o . V i i l t M - nf I n d i a n 1 1 -/a:!. An- b r u t ! f i', J e r r y -MiHt'i' liV'OH in . . M r . A l i l U r w ^ s b i r u a n d -(··ared a l l d i n i i H t - i i d . M«; bad bcoi in O h i o ! 0 year- , l i t \ v u s a rot imi farmer. , f o r Ilia w i f e d oil s e v e r a l years ago. JAMES MAYF1ELD DIES IN PITTSBURG James A i a y f l v k l , 7;'. years o d, of I M t t a b u r K . t'orinorly of l.nii;b;:.i. ilitxl S n i i d u y nujrir.n.:; at B : " o o'c! ci in the- l'a;isavant H o s p i t a l , r'ittiwbi;!".;, wlioro he hud hi'-m a p a l i e n t i'or t l u : last ' s c a r . A i r . M a y l i e l d was bon l'i Kng- iain! a n d U f i o r o (ho l u c a n i i f . in 1'itts- b n r K iibon: ''0 years UKti bi? hud ro- sided H I D i i n b u r for m a n y year,'-:, l i e f \v-js o n i p l : y c d in K;.iuffm;ii 'H .'itoro. j P i t t (burs, .'or a b o u l 25 y c a f i mid was ; jmnsloncd ;y t b o t i n n abonl two years j it:.'"!. Hi; w; s u n i n a v r i o d . Mr. M a y i l p l d Is s u r x ' t v i - d by t h r o e ' sisters, i n c l u d i n g Mrs. 1. A. Kamatjo ' of D n n b a f Mr.«. Aia S i H f r o of \ V H k l i m b u r K n ud Mr.^. C h a r l e s C o l v i n of Pueblo. Co . Tho o t h e r twi. reside in Kn eland. loday a f t e r Oharl-os Marina t o l r au- Mtorlties Kurl Conoid hart kill*.' the li-oy and had buried t h e body. Conoid ia held in W a y n e e j a i l aud hati acc'uxp-ii i l a n n a of k f'Se c h i l d for wtujs diijappcara'ir ·- two KMMi wore scntc-'Tcod to the p « ! - l i o n i l a r y b u t were acqti.itted at H aow t.i-la.1. After l!i h o u r a of (iiiostioning Hanna. police said, told how Conoid d l l w l Hie IKV. wrapped the- body in a bUin- kd-l and transported H to the I ; tin mi h')ni-e near O r v i l l e . Imm-eillately f o l l o w i n g the c - n f o s s.'.on, aiilhorltits rusjhod to O i r v i l l e and logaii diggiiiK in the y a r d in the read of l i a n n a ' s f o r m e r home. They f a i l e d to f i n d it. mid KB.I up, convinced HUH was another false story. I l a n n a , who it: the- father of .mnior Htinna, n i n e , whoso stalementa ed to the reopening of' Ohio's most biift'liiiK mystery case, Is stikl to havo broken down u n d e r the mercilosa g r i l l i n g o' W a y n e c o u n t y authorities. j Prior to his confession, Hann i had I accused Conoid of murdering .Melvin I his I and Conoid entered a counter-fu cusa- tion. Bo-tli men had denied t h a - they k n e w a n y t h i n g about the location of the Iwy'K body, Mrs Martha Ht!b«rry, S4 years old, died yesterday morjiing at 1:30 o'clix-.k at tho homo of h e r tlau^hter, Mrs. William Brant, of Katlroad street, Dunbar of a compli.;a(K)u of disearteH. Mrs. Hilbcrry was a rculdcnt. of Oberlin, Ohio, until 10 years HRO w!n?n her husband, .lames H i l b e r r y , rilnd. Since t h e n she had lived among her c h i l d r e n . She had w i t h Mrs. Brant fo·· Mrs. Hilberry wa ; Methodist JOpiscopa; liatico, Ohio. She ia d a n p r h t c r , Mrs. Ura-it, two .sons, Hnv, I I . K. H i l b c r r y of Alliance, Ohio, and C. U. H i l b e r r y of Richmond. Va.; HCV- ! HaIIroad Company w i l l buiM a n-.-w | 0 ol Connellsrillw ropion erpeH- Its coidest weather of the, year made her hjmc Kesvn tnonth.s. a jneinber of t h e f'lnirch at Al- snrvivJHl iy tho SURVEYS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED C U M B K H L A N D , Fob. 17.--Thore iw a v e r y porsistent rumor In will road circle* hero t h a t tho Baltimore t Ohio | T j »; C'IK- 1 K u n ay m o r n i n g when it was swept by no general cold wavo. Thormo' mot rs took u sudden drop and the I m c r u r y f«ll below tho ssftro mark. I \\ lilo fiRiirfrs ranged up to eight ! bf-lr v in Conaollsville, l.ho oflicia.1 i thfi nomefcer at The Courier showed otic, H will T « i n sraiulchildrcn and fivo great {irandchlldrcn. The, f u n e r a l service w i l l bo at i h c homo of .Mrs. Bra i t t h i s e v e n i n g at 7:30. Uov. Harry P.. Humbert, of the Methodist Episcopal C h u r c h offlciat- intc. The body w i l l be taken io 01)- erhri Tuesday m o r n i n g on the 7 o'clock Pannsylvaii'a train In chargo of J. T. Burlians of Dunba.r. l i n e of railroad to provide connections between its m a i n utcm at or n e a r below as ITlo lowest. ruritiK Run carried off tho honors 16 degrees btvlow zero. e trig Id weather follow-sd t h e . no -· Saturday. Burly Sunday morn- ho isu.n cum u m t arid tlw mercury a riiso, failing however to climb b l g i or t h a n tho freezing p o i n t . At noo today, tho ofti-cial thermometor ALBERT RAYMOND OF MOYER BURNED BY ELECTRIC WIRE Cherry Run and f l i c Reading at - t J h i p - ' s h o pomiburg, Pa., a distance ol ")U niil'W. I ^ U n d e r tho tichedulRS of th-e a reading of 26 niil'W. I !· 'W towiperatnrois reported Sunday Iritoi--i niu) n i n s in this vicinity: MARTIN REAGAN DIES; WAS FRICK VETERAN Following an i l l n e s s of complica- t i o n s of diseases. M a r t i n He-agan, 7S j means state Commerce Commission t h e Balllmore Ohio was allolti'd track- ago rights over the Western M a r y l a n d between the laUcr's present J u n c t i o n ·with tho (Baltimore Ohio st Cherry Run and Shipponsburg, wbero lhe Western Maryland has connoctlone w i t h the Reacting. This a r r a n g e m e n t has been in -effect between the Baltimore Ohio and the WeHtcrn Maryland for many years, but t-ho Indications are that Uio former w i l l now prefer to h a v o ite own line as the ° 'nniHIsvillo, S«V(MI bolow at . IJ. O. Dl 'l lL ' V ; 1 1 '' liiau ext ' 16 H( - vad ' below. 13 1elow al 1; d'itui ,1-lead, 10 below at store. P srryofjolis, eig-ht telaw. V mderbl.lt, fivo below. I nvson, sov-en below. t .inbar, six bclo-w, f )ckwood, eight below. Albert Raymond of /Moyer, car repairman of the West Penn Railway; Company, suffered burna of tho band nnd lacoratlonH of the head at '.o'clock this morning when, 700 volU of electricity pa.ss.cd through hit body. Mr. Raymond was on top of a trol- j ley at tho car barns on tho West Side.. Ho was greasing the trolley wheel In some- manner he slipped ov stumbled and fell. To prevent him self from failing, he hold on to tho trolluy and took hold oi 1 a pipe near by. This mad» a direct circur through his hody. However he let go of the pip* ant! dropped to the concrete floor. He s u f - fered lacerations of the head when he fell to the ground. He was taken to the CoaneHsvUlo State Hospital where his condition was reported as very good. reaching t.lu MANY AHEND FUNERAL OF MRS. WILLIAM THOMAS yearK old, died homo in was bora in the ago of 1! Saturday afternoon al. U n l o n i o w i i . Mr. Uoa.gun I r e l a n d , leaving there at and Hst-lling in E n g l a n d . A large gaUteritH,' of relative , and f r i e n d s a t t e n d e d t h e f u n e r a l ot Mrs. R u t h K .Thomas, w i f e of \V lllam Thomas, Satitrclay, The c s r l e g - met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .1. C.'. C u m m i i i g s I n C i a l l a t i n aver, ue, vher: a brit'C service was c o n d u c t e d , Tho . I U n i t one was held at tho t'rst, Pres- DlCS at Somerset j byte r ran C h u r c h , of which Mrs. Thoi inas was a HiernlK'f. Kt'V. VV. !' Ru." el! ot New K e n s i n g t o n , for ne 'ly of u f l l c i a t u d . Dn'.'lu was Mrs. Daniel Ansel! M r s . Diii.ii-l " A i i H P l l , m o t l n - r of Mrs. S. L. M i i l i M i'l" i.'nnue!lsvi!U- uid H u r r y A n s f l l of I'op'uir t i r n v . \ dun H u t u r d a y morRlu,ir it lii' Thi' t ' n n i - n i l Kl'l i n r o n i i ' U i c r"C'i 1 ' u n I ' D U i ! I l i - i - r v i t '.' ..his at'l' .1. C r l l i t c l d H in made iu H i l l ("Jrove Cemetery. The pallbearers were T. .1. 11 opr .1. M. Cecil, IV K. Treher, A\ . \\ r . ( in l l a i n e s , Williiim W i s b a r t , 11 :a li. [ SnuLl'.. Dr. S. C. C a n i j i l K ' I I uni! H.ivi-, At. tho ago of ;!.'! h..» came to Aniorina and settled in tho C o t i n e U s v i l i e coki region. He was ;\u employe of tho .11. C, Frick (..'oko Company for 30 yeans, J he was retired 10 years ago, j He is survived l-y his wife, Mrs. Alary Reagan, and '.he f o l l o w i n g KOHH and daughters, J-oiin .1. Reagan of Maxwell; M a r t i n . Jr., and Thomas F. i Reagan of U n i o n t o w n ; Mrs. W. J. Tor' may, Mrs. P. ,1, Han Ion and Mrs. J. O'Noil, of U n i o n f o w n a n d P. J.. Frank, ·Joseph, M a r y and Alice, at home; I Twenty-two g r a n d c h i l d r e n also s u r | vivo. Three aiateiM, Mrs. Joseph Ka- diM), Mrs. K a t h r y n Hopkins and Mrs. M a r g a r e t Frayiie- of Youngstown, Ohio, also survive. The f u n e r a l service v'ill be Tuesday, with .solemn high mass in St. John's R. C. C h u r c h , U n i o n t o w n , w i t h Rev. B. P. Kenna. ofHc.tuting. Burial w i l l be Sylvan Heights Cemetery. Reading, the con- by i.hc w h i c h was awarded to it in solidation pkuw announced Interstate Commerce Commli I n ovctit, thai the new roiul is bulll. it. w i l l he t h e flt'Kt ral3roai construction of any consequence that has taken, place in the cafll. for many ycicre. It w i l l involve t h e e x p e n d i t u r e of w e v r r a l m i l l i o n (lollar-6. Surveys oC t h e route have boon UMON FARMERS TALK OVER CHURCH, SCHOOL ir jventy members and guest3 were pr lent at the February meoUng of t h e U n i o n Farmer!;' C l u b of Fayetlc Co i nty held Saturday at the hoiuu ot M r and Mrs. A l b e r t M. J o h n s o n of ;IH| End. .The meeting was in sossi'.m t h f greater part, of the day. AL noon completed and these proV'de for a low I a a slicioua chicken d i n n e r was served. grade, lino r u n n i n g from C h e r r y Kim j r be general t u p l e for discussion ' wa , ''The .Church and the School lu .h( Community." Two piano solon, ·'T .o Japanese L a n t e r n , " and "Pol- Danco," were d e l i g h t f u i l y rendered Marjorit! Johnson, daughter of Dr. Mrs. L. Daie Johnson and a Wrist Broken by Fall Down Stairs; by way of Chambcrfiburg and thenco to Khippensburg, both of which ara loo-cted in the Cumberland Valley. Dr. Hodll in Hospital. Rev. Dr. 13, A. H-cdil, pastor of tha '('bird Presbyterian Church of: Union- t o w n and well known in Oonnellsvillo, is ul the Uniontown Hospital for irnat.- ment of a kidney ailment.. Hit; condition is fiaid to be- good. 77ie Weather ' r i I ' u l l c r . -'.on i.l' M r o f X ' t U I ( I t T ' U J ! . i l l - ; ! f n ' d e l v i l i i i i : . ,-i|U;»l C a l i f o r n i a . 1 » - . i i i i · ' ' if S l - h ' M l t . UH t i l ' f'^- ; H a ( i i , ' ' . t K. V. ('ruin A c i j u i t l r d . y I.MI c h t i ^ - ; C K K K . N S i ' . U l i x ; , l-Vb. 17. I dt' S o u t h - - Criim of tJi-c-lululo wan a c i j u i i t e - · debatiiu'. I Icy R o w (·. H i ' W o w n s din.vtrd i h i p l l i " b j ! l i c ri;!. ' n i n i h a s bi-i'ii c b a r .'.u.- t H u n - j liim w n l i li'''.^;u^ a n i i t i - f o r J !h'.- S - ' i i t i ilai' 5 'I'riiiit C o m p a n y . . \V. ! on a S t a u o ]);iy ;p(l by "On tu 'Dr. A. J. Colborn Is Off for Arizona Dr. A. .1. Colborii lel'i lust n i g h t for j Tucson, Ariz., for tho- benefit, of his : h e a l t h . H ' was ;iiei in C h i c a g o by i hit: SDH, llourgr I.), who is on a t r i p i C l o u d y t o n i g h t , light rain or snow toiiig'bl or Tneaday, s l o w l y r l t i n g I is tin; noon v,'(.'utlii-v f o r t - i l for Yy'esiern P e n a s y l v a n i u . I Jiecord. t i n 1 1'acllle C'oas t n y his fatliC'. 1 uiul v, lin w i l l lo Tucson. M a x i m u m Miniuumi I D i ish by an- gr; n d d a u g h t e r of the host and bost- es; A reading by Clyde Thompson wa ; also w e l l given. S« icretary Jordan Unable to Come 1 1 wing 1 to ;i storm in the c e n t r a l pa I oi! tlic State Saturday. Secrelary of A g r i c u l t u r e C. J. J o n l i j u \VIIH u n ab c to got ht.'7'K for u svht.'iluled ad- n ' r - a s S u n d a y m o r n i n g at l i t u First i"! itud P r e s b y t e r i a n C h u r c h . W h e t h - er he \ v i l l cOUJi.' l a t e r jia.s n.jl liteii lo: rued. 'here was a l a r g e u i d l c n i : i » al. i h w ch irch lo greet t h e s w r e t a r y , a n i f n g { t h n t t c n d t i n t s l i e i n g M a y o r I I . I!), nl lord. The pastor, Ucv, (k'oryc R. K aiip, ^pf'l'P. Mrs. Harvey Harbaugh of Black- .stone avenue suffered a fracture of th ) left wrist s\nd tin aivklo sprain SaUu- day at'trcnoon wh.iHi she fell down i flight of stairs at t h e home of Mr, an I Mrs, W. S. Stimm-el, also of Blackstorn avenue. , Mrs. Harbaiigb .i-nd M r s . C. F. H i n t i of Scotildtil-e hnl uropied in to see ! M r s . Stimmel, who is bedfast Ixs-caiif-) l of illness, u ml Mr.?. Harbaugh h a i started to answer what, was thought to be a rap ut the door when sM f e l l . Robert Ucvil Dies. Robert Deri), 78 years old, h u s b a n 1 of the late Margaret McCashin Bevi , died Sunday at his home in M c K e e f port. The funeral service will be hell Wednesday morning al 9 o'clock i i St. Aloysliifi Catholic C h u r c h , Wi merding. Requiem high mass will bo celebrated. I n t e r m e n t will be at Mi - Keesporf. Deceased was k n o w n la Connc-llsville nnd Uniontown, Student Traffic Patrol Members Are Named at I. C.H.5 Eleven pupils at tbo Immaculate Conception Parochial High H^hool havo been designated as members of the s t u d e n t traflic patrol which plan is being worfoxl out by Mayor FT. D. Minord and Chief ot Police John C. Wall in conjunction with the executive^ of the schools. This afternoon Chi-oJ Wall will moot. with the youngsters and outline their duties to them. Somo of the boys have already begun the work. The matter of a patrol for tho pojhllc schools will be brought to tho attention of tho Board of Education. Those on the patrol for the parochial school are Richard Brier, Vincent, M?t- honoy Paul Mahoney. Eugene Mad-i- gan, Thomas Ford, Jose-ph Murphy, Donald Hoyo, Jamea Talley, Harry Soisson, Potor Davin and Joseph Planigan. NORTH UNION IAN NAMED HEAD COUNTY TMCOLLECTORS '[JNIONTOWN, Fob. 17.--Aaa L, Martin o£ North Union township -was elected preeidcn-t p the Fay-ette coan- ty tax collectors : at the organiaatlon mtiftting Saturday afternoon. R. IS. Smouse ot Jefferson tcrwnship wa,a named secretary and W. S. Conwell of Brownsville, treasurer. A committee was appointed to diacnss plans of advertising that wit) be a direct aid in educating the general public U) the advantages at paying taxes on time. This committee is made up of: James P. Barna, Dimbar township; Daniel W. Bailey, Vanderbill; BVed Roher, ConnellsviHe; T. R. Lynch, Redstone township, and J'. tt. McCombs, German township. GEORGE FLENNIKEN DIES AT LORAIN, OHIO,s BROAD FORD NATIVE CJcorgo FlenniJcon, 47. years oki, of Lorahi, Ohio, di-ed Sa.turday in bis home, lie \rna lx)rn al Broad Font but at t n e ago of n i n e years ho cam-e to Conriollfiville, where he remained until 1915 when ho removed to Ijomin. Besides his w i f e and f o u r children. I Mr. K l c i i n i k e n in survived by hi:; I father, Janic;; A. Flennikeu of Chan- I lau(]uu, N. V., and St. Petersburg, l-'Ia., ' and one brother. C l i f t o n , of Buffalo, ,\. Y. Dick Low Bidder. J. I, Dick of Scottdalc- wan lo v bidder for the construction of .455 of a milo concrete in West. Salem towi ship, l^ycoiniiiK c o u n t y , w i t h nn ofl' r of ?20,17.'J. 11. was sfucond low .bid "f Friday's Iftiing, i h e Scolldak 1 coi.- tnicior bc-in^ low on a 6.37 m-lk'.-j pru- jy-ct ifi Cumbria e o u u t y at u bid uf ' Home Vruin Hos|iital. SCOTTDALK. Keb. 17.--Mrs. K. .\. B y r n e ami son h a v e r e t u r n e d f r o m i! o Memorial H o s p i t a l , M o u n t l j tiwsanl, o Uu-:ir home in lClcnnor avcnui;. KHJod in Slar Full. Ray Vanderman, a brother of Mrr. Ncal Berg of Indian Mead, was killed Saturday when caughi u n d e r a f a l l of slate at a mine near Washington, Pa. His wife and p a r e n t s resided in Wanli- Ington. The f a m i l y formerly resided in the Indian Creek Valley. I n t e r m e n t was inud-e (liU a f t e r n o o n in .Mount N«-|JO (.'enu'tcry. I . " I Poo) JKuom .Man I-'hit'd. I K n t o r l n e plwis uf i ; u i l l y , mi a lit: :*.·{.( i pool room p r o p r i « i o r who was ai i t'U.^i-'il of tol*. i i'iiUnj.j K u i n b H n ^ , u n d · e i g h t patrons who were .-;iiiil to h u v t - j boon g a m b l i n g thi,s morning WPJ-O lined by Mayor M. 1^. Mi nerd. The iiroprleto;' paid ;i line of £100 w h i l e i.i\. were ussK'^'ifd S l ) i.-;u;h,

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