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FRIDAY, JANUARY 28,1938. DAILY' COURIER, CONNBLLSVILLB, PA. PAGE FIFTEEN ._, News of the as Caught by Cameraman J- Snowplow at Hopeleu Task of Keeping. Koads Open Near Muskegon,-Mich. Authorities In Michigan called on all its facilities, to- alleviate the suffering .of thousands - resulting from the worst snowstorm experienced In years. Many were held captives in .'their' homes without food and-warmth and traffic was at a standstill. .Governor Frank Murphy ordered relict otn- 'cials to slash-red tape, to "mobilize anything and everything" for the relief of -sufferers. 'With communication'Hnes down or curtailed every available resource was put to work to aid in the clearing ot roads to speed the path of those on errands ol mercy. Above picture shows a snowplow in Muskegon, Mich, pushing through snow drifts, some ot them SO feet high. --Central-PrcsÂ» Fred Erwtn Seal . . .-behind'bars mi fugitive. . Arrested in Lawrence, Mass., as fugitive Â· from a North Carolina murder conviction nlno yoars:agd, . Fred E. Beal, mill' organizer, blames the Stalinist Communists for hi* plight He charged he has :bcen "hounded" Â· since his' return from Soviet Russia where hÂ« deserted the rank* of Communism. He was convicted of second degree murder In the death of the , police chief at Gastonla, N. C., during a textile strike. Beal. re- Â· l**s*d. on $5,000 bond, said ht would flght (Xtradltico. --Central Pfrii, Dr. IAUUO Cardenns ... calms rioting worker* Personal Intervention by Presi- 'dcnt Lazaro Cardenas of Mexico has-become a "magic" formula in 'Mexican affairs. President Cardenas capped- his most recent . peace-making Â· activities by calm- .ing- 10,000 rioting laborers when he spoke to them from the city hall In the town of Orizaba. Open warfare had broken out between rival labor unions and resulted in seven deaths and 25 injuries before police and Cardenas stopped ttw fight and prevailed upon the .two sides to .arbitrate. Cardenai is shown speaking to the rioting workers. View of "Honeymoon" Bridie Buckllne Under Ice Gorffe. Â·; Under terrific pressure from an iceÂ· gorge in the Niagara:River, the Falls View bridge from the United States to Canada at Niagara Falls began buckling in the middle. Ice, seen in this picture rushed from Niagara Falls, piled to a 'depth of approximately 40 feet around 'the bridge piers arid lower girders of the 1,000-foot structure--but despite all efforts to save it, the structure collapsed late yesterday. Earlier reports had the bridge completely destroyed but it withstood, the pressure for * long time before it went out. . The picturesque span was 47 years old. --Central Press Pretty Elaine Carraway, "Misi Miami Beach 1938," is shown yachting in the pool of the Floridian Cabana, Club at Miami Bench, Fla. That *ea-goin' yacht of hers doesn't look very substantial, does it? (CtntralJui) The-Rev. H. O. 511 t t . . . cooks for nerd; Holding a Bible la onÂ« hand, the Rev. H. O. Stilt, pulor of the Christian Missionary Alliance at Aliqulppa, Pa., prepare! a meal in hli soup kitchen set up for needy iteel workers thrown out or employment by the ilump in ttÂ«l operation!. Here is a recent picttrra of Yoahiko Okada, Japanese actress, center of a disappearance mystery. MlsÂ» Okada and a friend, Yoshimau Yo- ifclda, skipped acroe* the Soviet border while skiing at Saghalien. No trace has been found of them line* they vanished into SovUt territory. . Ztfr*. feorrabie DreÂ«scDiiyÂ» . . . renounce* T7. S. Mr*. Theodora Kaottveit And son, Kermlt Kermlt Rooievolt bids farewell to his mother, Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, widow of thÂ« former president of the United States, as shÂ« Â·alls from New York on a Mediterranean cruise. Another American heiress, Mrs. Lorraine Manvillc-Drcsselhuys, has followed the example of tho former Barbara Hutton, Woolworth heiress. In renouncing her American citizenship to take that of her husband. Mrs. Dresselhuya, sister of the ever-marrying Tommy Manville, married Dresselhuys, wealthy Dutch iadustrud- . . 1st, last March. . . . --Central Pnat Mr. and Sirs. 'William Furter arÂ« shown being booked by Philadelphia, police pending investigation of the death of their baby, Elaine. Their' ,tragie story wag brought into the light when they failed In'a suicide attempt. They told police that when the baby died, they buried her under ja rubbish piJo in Â« vacant lot because they were ontble to afford a funeral, A31 that remains of the Chinese temple that stood on this spot near the Kiangwan Racecourse in Shanghai is this stono idol, which surveys with imperturbable dignity.the manifestations of man's inhumanity to man. The idol,' miraculously unbroken, survived bomb and'shell which took ' appalling toll of human-life. \V111lnm FranX ... guilty ot shooting rival-suitor A picture of dejection, William Frank, 6Z, hears a. New York City Jury of threa" men and nine women pronounce him guilty of shoot-" Ing Russell "Malnes, "allegedly 'hiÂ» rival for the affections of youthful Mrs. Marian Rawald.: The verdict means a virtual.life senteno, for Frank, who la-an-onvalid. Mancuil Ohio's youngest Justice of thÂ« peace, 'Angelo Manclnl, 21, is a storo clerk in hte father's grocery store rat' Unndalc, a '-suburb of Cleveland. 'Manclnl' was"..clected on a'alogan; of :"more marriages and more babies for Iitnndale". Ohio law prescribes a justic* of thÂ«-peace must- bo 21. ' On* cf tlM Â»rt works ol Jack Chen ibown-tii Now Tork Propaganda cartoons against Japan, by Jack Chen, Â·on of a. onÂ«-tJmÂ« foreign minister Â«f China, HTÂ» to . bÂ» Â«borrn. In variouir coontriw to Â«rouÂ»Â« ^nti-Jap- - anese feeling. UerÂ« Is one of xveral being shown at the American Contemporary Art gallery. In New . York, ThisÂ· jett-tatamttuif amp jrbowj how federal agcnti trailed'BÂ».Â»b- I Â«t Arcadia,'CaJ.- -ThÂ«-eonfÂ«Â»Â«Â«l'jbductor-slnyÂ«r, Prtcr AndcnÂ»,-n"w Â· Victor of Chivrlwi Ross, -wealthy Chicagoon, from const to eooat smil .hao been Wentifled xa John-H. Scartlum). Â· H" is hcM-ln Ghicaco.' 1 racÂ«-track-to.taoj track, finally, seliiiij- him at Santa Anita' track'. J..S^jeo, disclosed that-SeadlinMl'i.nioUjar.UTO* ai Ironlon, Minn.