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SIX. THE DAILY C O U R I E R . CUNNISbbSVIl^E, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1939. PERSONAL MENTION Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Tropp oÂ£ Camden, N. J., left Wednesday lor their home after a brief visit with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Smith Patterson, of Brookvale. Mrs. Tropp' arrived here Monday by train to attend the wedding of her sister, Miss Helen Cooke Patterson and Dr. Fred Lee Norton Tuesday night. Leaving later by plane, Mr. Tropp did not arrived here until Wednesday morning. . Because oÂ£ | weather conditions the plane had .to j land in Columbus, Ohio, and -it was necessnry for Mr. Tropp to make the rest of the trip by train.. . Two plain dresses, cleaned and pressed, 69c, during our "Oncc-A- Year" promotion special. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.-- Advertisement.-- 20feb-5t. Mr. and Mrs. George Whipkey of 1 Dawson attended the annual. Washington's Birthday dinner of the Uniontown Triangle Club, held Wednesday night at the club rooms. 50 up to $5.00 crepe dresses, Bargain Days, ?.1.00. Princess Shop. -Advertisement. -- 22feb-3t. Mrs. Leta Loomis of Fairchance is visiting relatives here. Pure silk crepe hose, Bargain Days, 29c. Princess Shop. Advertisement. -- 22feb-3t. Mrs. Ben C. Budd and daughter, Grace, who spent several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Budd of DicUerson Run, have returned to their home at. West New- Aunt Net By ROBERT (1JU1L.LEN "Oilerin 1 women a pension at fifty is like shcllin' the woods. It's goin' to bring out a lot of old sisters who have been paintin' up to pass for thirty." ton. Just . 12 fur collar. $20.00 coats, Bargain Days, $4.95. Princess Shop. -- Advertisement. -- 22feb-3t. J. D. Beittel of Johnstown was a Connellsville business caller today. Cnrd party, V. H. C. Hall, Satur, 'day night, 25c. -- Advertisement-24- leb.-lt. McCall Pays With Life In Electric Chair for Florida Kidnap-Murder Continued from Page One. field hand and, living in their home, had many times romped with and cuddled their baby. Last May 28, he stole into their home and carried off the child, and, a few hours later flung his body in a thicket. Several days later he collected S10,000 from the father. SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOTT FOREHEAD - 'AA.MOS-T BA.CK. SIDEWAYS OR BACKWARD, w PRISOKS ^ AS LATE A.S 1858, Walton League Must Be Extended to Aid Conservation-Mundl O U E F I S H -SWIMS IIP - KiS-fHE SEAHORSE. PIPEFISH , W H I C H INCHES Suspected because, joining ener- . ,, Aicnlly in the first bunts lor the kid- J. Raymond Mestrezat of West. naper and his supposed prisoner, he Green street was a business caller in turned up "clues" which only the kidnaper could have produced, he confessed when trapped with circumstantial evidence fay the G-men and revealed the hiding place of the body Pittsburgh today. Donald Meranda of Chestnut street left for Los Angeles, Cal., where he will be employed as a script reporter on a newspaper there. and oJ the ransom money. Michael Nazmack of Scottdale was He pleaded guilty to kidnaping and Child Gets Into Movies; Once Lived Here! Grim Reaper MRS. CHARLES ASKEY Mrs. Theresa Edmonds Askey, j wife of Charles Askey, died Thurs- STEUBENVILLE, Ohio, Feb. 24.- i Â£??;. ^ruHry ^ /" her home at , i Philipsburg. She had been in poor trice Horewitz, Miss Jean Sullivan and Miss Dorothy Beeman went to McKeesport today to attend a three- day conference of the Girl Reserves. Mrs. J. D. Stillwagon, who has been 111 at her home in Race street, is able to be about. Mrs. C. J. Armstrong of First street, West Side, returned home Tuesday night from Philipsburg where she was called by the death of her sister, Mrs. Charles Askey. Senate Hay Also Reject Guam Plan Continued from Page One. ator Sheridan Downey, D., Calif., proposed a "unique method of financing public deficits and likewise the public economy in the 'event of war." Downey's bill, which may be introduced early next week, calls upon the Secretary oÂ£ the Treasury to set up in the Treasury books a National credit to pay all Federal debts not met by regular Government revenues. . "These credits," Downey said, "would be deposited in demand deposit accounts separate from present bank deposits, and subject to an anti- hoarding tax of one-half of one per cent a month. The bill would authorize the Federal government to monetize its own credit without interest charges." Downey atso proposed a twi Lewis Secretly Orders Mine Contracts Outside Eastern Field Renewed Continued from Page One. than vear before. ' Ho longed to pro- SUUwagon, Steubenville. vide her with the "pretty" things to was in a Philipsburg cemetery. She and two older brothers were admitted to the home in September, which he -felt she was entitled and had plotted a kidnaping for ransom. He had considered kidnaping the child of one of three well-to-do per-if a t h c r ond step-mother one m o n t h ; sons of the Princeton neighborhood! l a t c r - Edward Rutherford, supcrin- and finally decided on the Cashes. He tendent of the home, said. then sent his wife to visit her relatives and carried out his plans. On June 14, he pleaded guilty to kidnaping and not guilty to nuider, and Judge H. F. Atkinson heard the evidence without a jury and found him guilty. McCall repeated his confession in open court to the judge, and, in conclusion, said: "I just want to make the plea that nobody ever let money tempt him that way." He first insisted that he had been merely the accomplice of R, A. Cash, the baby's uncle, who, he said, had stolen the child and collected the ransom. The Federal agents questioned R. A. Cash and exonerated him so completely that Hoover denounced McCall for an "extremely unjust and untrue statement." McCall then acknowledged that he had had no accomplices. Under Florida law, kidnaping for BENJAMIN ZUHVIER Benjamin Zimmcr, 8-1 years native of Greene county. Wednesday afternoon nt the homo of a son, L. V. Zimmcr, of Brier HiU. The Stillwagon family is said to j He contracted pneumonia a week ago. have resided in ConneilsviHe before : He was the last living grandncphe\v going to Steubenville. Bituminous Coal Commission has reestablished minimum prices and established the industry. Lewis' secret instructions to district lieutenants snid that the UMWA old, polio;* committee had agreed unnni- died ] rnously t h a t the extended contracts Continued from Page One. Dr. William H. Hetrick" of Cunnclls- l!e. Jerry Rich and Hays Liston of Uriiontown, IRoy MarU ot ScoUdalc. HudbOn Chandler of New Housing- j ton and Mrs. Samuel Hcndci'ion o C ! Grecnsburg! ' Following the awards Colonel Paul ' C. H u n t of Pittsburgh showed five reels of colored motion 'pictures 'uk: by himself lost summer along : Hudson Bay, including a walrus h u n t , fishing for trout, a polar bear hunt ; and scenes of life among the Indians . and Eskimos. The banquet was in charge of a ' committee composed of C. A. Thomas, chairman, R. B. Weisgerber, Rey. L. S. Elliott, J. A. Wills', C. G. ' Herzberger, H. E. Weisgerber, J. Donald Reid, W. S. Stimmel, James . H. Banning, Albert Silcox and B. B. . Otto. i HOOVER TO REMAIN AS HEAD OF G-MEN PALM I BEACH, Fla., Feb. 24.-: Frank Mlirphy, Attorney General of the UriitcH Slates, stated in unequivocal terms that J. Edgar Hoover, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, will be retained in his ollicc, dosptie the fact. that, "a lot ol people w a n t him removed." "Here is Amazing Relief tor Duo to Sluggish Bowel* Without Risk aTMiiaÂ£ SS mo tot- tn II not dellsbtcd. return Uio boi to ua. Wo Kin r e f u n d the purchase 8 rice. T h Â« t ' Â« f a i r et NK Tablets todn: """""QUICK RELIEF ._.., FOR ACID -^'^INDIGESTION AZANA, HEAD OF LOYALISTS, TO RESIGN 1 of Gcorgu Koscr Clark, Rcvolution- | ary leader and Indian fighter. Dur- j ing his life ho was a carpenter and j for a time conducted a rnerchantilc business at Charlc-roi. Continued from Page One. 02 MRS. AUGUST JACKSON Mrs. Augusta Cornelia Jackson, years old, died Thursday at the parliament who are in exile in Pans j home of a daughter, Mrs. John Jones, to a secret meeting. He will an- cE Union*.o\s'n. r.ouncc Azana's resignation and say there is no successor because he, Barrio, next in line of succession, refuses to take over the office. must provide that the agreement "may be terminated at ivill by 15 days formal notice from either party." Such a clause would permit reopening of negotiations after the industry's condition is improved and at n time \vhen coal production must be increased for next winter's supplies. icy Sfreeis Blamed For Two Auto Wrecks PARIS, Feb. 24.--The French chamber of deputies gave the government of Premier Edouard Daladier a vote of confidence today on r\ question ransom carries- a mandatory death I equivalent to parliamentary npproval setence, and Judge Atkinson accord- j of ! e ' ure recognition of nationalist ingly sentenced him to death. He | p ^" never.. passed__on the question whether he was guilty oJ! murder. SIRS. CARRIE SCHNATTERVX Icy condition ot the streets in the Brimstone Corner vicinity was blamed for two automobile accidents Mrs. Curriu Renshaw Schnatterly, I "'"""=" '."' ""-""" former resident of Fayctte county,! I n t h e V l l V n t 4 .,, ,):,,,! TTV.U 11 ... 1 I :_ Jrl lnt - I ' l ^ l . '"Â· T . 1 3 died February 13 Spokane, Wash. at her home in ELMER THOMPSON Elmer Thompson, 30 years old, died Wednesday at his home at Union(own after a lingering illness. expressible horror. She of and his -cent tax on such G=nent depots i w TM e * ^heT fa^? .whenever.'Congress cbnsfdired such" "?Â£.,, p ^ a * ei ?.J*! .l^'fu.f?'^ a levy feasible. _ "This assessment," he'sa'id,~"would be virtually a transactions - lax ap- Â·plied-chiefly upon-the deposit of the credits in the bank." Â· He said his bill is designed "to prevent hoarding, particularly of war profits, and the accumulation of them Daladier a n n o u n c e d that ht planned to propose recognition of The first reaction of McCaU's young ! general Francisco Franco to the wife to the kidnaping was one of in- Frencn cab.net Monday. A small in the form of increased National debt." The House sent the naval air base bill to the Senate by a standing vote of 368 to 4, after defeating the Administration on the Guam issue. Representative William Sutphin, D., N. J., who offered the amendment .to eliminate the Guam, project, said the authorization would project the defense frontier into "troubled Asiatic waters" and serve as a "provocative set." CRAWFORD COAL M S N E CLOSED BY LABOR TROUBLE rallied to his defense and there followed a long battle through the courts to upset Atkinson's findings on the grounds that he should not have been permitted to plead guilty, that he should have been tried before a jury, that he had not been properly represented by the counsel whom Judge Atkinson appointed for him. Two weeks ago, Rev. E.- H. Crowson wrote the Florida Supreme Court that McCall had told him he had confessed to the G-men under duress. Attorney Avriett immediately petitioned the court for a new hearing on this contention. The court ruled, "the record of his testimony and of coiToborating physical circumstances show beyond any question of reasonable doubt that he did commit the opposition group demanded'immedi- ate debate on the question of recognition. The chamber rejected the demand. - MKS. KATHERINE DAVIS After an illness of complications, Mrs. Kntherine E. Davis died Tuesday night at her home at P. M., a truck of Otto J. Gaskill of Uniontown collided with a car operated by C. W. W;ird of Pittsburgh. Three hours later cars driven by Jacob B. Lint of Grecnsburg and Walter A. Freed of Vandcrbill were in accident. Slalh Teachers to Meet. Mathematics teachers of the Western Pennsylvania Educational Conference will hold a luncheon meet- town. LONDON, Feb. 24.--Great Britain will give legal recognition to nation- j alist Spain on Monday, in accordance | with an agreement with France to accord recognition simultaneously, informed sources said tonight. Wallace Bcerys to Separate, HOLLWOOD, Feb. 24.--Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Beery said today tiiey have reached a friendly agreement to end their 15-year marriage. She will go to Reno, Ncv., and sue for divorce on grounds of incompatibility. crime or which he stands convicted and '-but his present belated denial of guilt is false and untrue." Special to Tho Courier. - UNIONTOWN, .Feb. 24. -- Labor .trouble has resulted in closing the Crawford No. 4 :plant of the Fay- West Coal Company near High House. A strike was called Wednesday and officials - have suspended operations until the difficulty can be adjusted. Â·Â·Â·'-'Â· Six cars of coal are standing on the siding at the plant with no orders for their delivery, officials say. Although it is hinted that there is a scales dispute,, mine heads' assert the controversy 'developed among the men over the distribution of work. Assessment of fines for fail- ) ure to attend meetings also is said to figure. . . Â· About 30 men are affected. Rumblings of further trouble - in the mining district between High House and Point Marion are heard with additional walkouts expected. Charles A. Rankin Stricken. Charles A. Rankin of McClellandtown, father of County; Commissioner John W. Rankin, suffered a .stroke Wednesday night at his home and is reported in a critical condition. -- Today Only -Frankie Darro Dick Purcell Judith Allen A gala tournamejit of flying fists, bull-dog courage, ami courageous gallantry ivith a new and greater juvenile, star! PltJS SELT50T SHORT SUBJECTS COMING SATURDAY! Featuring BOB STEELE It's new . . . It's different. . . It's weird mystery on the range. It's BOH STEEI/E at Jiis best as he smashes the world's biggest cattle ruslcrs! J Also Showing: Chapter fcigiit of 'TIM TYLER'S LUCK'--1:00 to 5:00. Chapter Eight of "$. 0. S. COAST GUARD"--All Day. PORKY the PIG Cartoon Latest TVorld Jfews Union- j ing nt the Roosevelt Hotel in Pitts- I burgh. 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