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I'AGli SIX. THIO DAILY CO0RIUK. CONNELLSV1LLE. PA. TUESDAY, MARCH. 8, 103S. t, PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. 'Paul Workman and Mrs. Spencer Johnston of Scottdale were Connellsvillc shoppers today. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700--Ad\ urtiaemcnt,--9oct-tf. Miss Isabella Humphrey, a student "t Seton Hill College at Greensburg ·nt the week-end at the home ot .-. and Mrs. Ernest R. Kooser in ·ilatin avenue. Jiickct suits or men's suits, dry - tied and pressed, 55c. Free call i ,d delivery service. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertisement. --7mar-4t. Mrs. Gertrude Haning has resumed her work in the office of G. C. Davidson's store, West Crawford Hvenue, having been ill at her home in Patterson avenue for a lew days. RummKgr sale by O. E. S., opposite Clarke's D:-;g Store, North Pittsburg street, :·'!·'' -, March 11, 9 o'clock-Advert: ;.--mar. 5-0-10. Miss i-c... 'no Moore has returned to her home in East Green street. She spent the week-end as the guest of'Miss Mary Louise Collat, a student at Seton Hill College, Greensburg. Keystone Club, "500" and bingo, Wednesday night. Odd Fellows Temple. 25c.--Advertisement.--8-lt. Mrs. O. A. Travis of South Con- ncllsville, who underwent an operation at the Uniontown Hospital several weeks again. ago, is able to be out ' Aunt Het By ROBERT QUILLEN , "Pa wanted to stay another day, but I knew it was time to go. Amy and John bad treated one another polite for three days, and that's about their limit." onosky Killing {Two labor Leaders Was Premeditated, i Sentenced to Prison Newell Tells Jury: On Extortion Charge Grim Reaper Mrs. Harry Vanstonc of Chestnut street, who was recently discharged from the Conneiisville State' Hospital, continues to improve. She is 'able to be down stairs. Mrs. Van' stone underwent an operation. " Mrs. Carl Morgan and daughter. Miss Lois, of Poplar Grove spent Saturday in Pittsburgh. ' Mrs. J. J. Coylc of Cumberland 'returned home Monday after a visit ;with. .her father, C. L. Mcntzcr and ihcroTsistcr, Miss Emma Mcntzcr, of, -'South Prospect street. Her ..father 'accompanied her home-for.a visit." " Miss Margaret Jane Madden, a : student at California State Teacher's ·College, spent the "week-end at her 'home at Vanderbllt. '· Miss Madden Is a "daughter ot Mr." and Mrs. Frank ; Madden. ; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hasson ot .Crawford avenue, West Side, have ^returned from Youngs'-own, Ohio, -where they visited the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. : J. McCarthy. JITKS. HAROLD DZLLINGER MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 8.-Mrs. Ruth Naomi Dillinger, 21 years old, wife of Harold DilHnger, of Bridgeport, died suddenly Monday morning in Frick Memorial Hospita' where she had been a patient since February 8 when a daughter was born. Besides her husband and daughter she is.survived by he.- patents, Mr nnd Mrs. J. N. Silslcy ot Wesley Chapel, and seven brothers and two sisters, Albert R. Silslcy of Greensburg, Melvin D. Silslcy of Pcrry- opolis, and Donald W. Sllsley, Betty Louise Silsicy, Earl G. Silslcy, Ger.e- vicve Laverne Silsley, Raymond B Silsley, James W. Sllsley nnd Ken' ncth B. Silsley, all at home. The body was taken to her home at Bridgeport. The funeral will be held Thursday afternoon with the cortege leavini the home at 1:30 o'clock with th service at Wesley Chapel Chuich « 2:30 o'clock. Burial will be made in i Wesley Chapel Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bccman and daughter, Miss Dorothy, and son, .Bonnie, of South -.Eighth street, : Greenwood, attended the funeral of .Mr. Bceman's father, Charles Jefferson Bucman, held Sunday afternoon '·nt the family home at Moscow, Md., '"with R=v. L. P. Hoover, pastor of the ANDREW MILLER'S FUNERAL The funeral for Andrew S. Miller i 70 years old, Bullskin township gen cral store proprietor and a veteran of the Spanish War, who died Satur day night,-will be held Wednesday afternoon with a prayer at th home of a daughter, Mrs. Lulu Miitz nt Iron Bridge, at 2 o'clock followe by n full service at the Paradis Evangelical Church with Rev. A. M Gahagcn, pastor, ofttciating. Inter mcnt will be in Greenlick Cemctcrj in charge of Funeral Director Clyd B. Brooks of Indian Head. ;.Me'tho(l'st Episcopal Church at Bar-.ton,;Md.'. in charge. Burial"In-Mos- rcow C-mclsry.' The Bsemans re- vturned home Sunday night. ·· . J. \V. -Murpny of Vr.-r.derb.iU, who I · -was a p/ifsr.". at the Uniontown Hos- MARGARET It. HARRIS pital tor treatment, has relumed to! WEST NEWTON, Mar. 8.--Mar his home. j yard Letty Harris, 34, died Mondn -.· Mrc. Emma Popel of North Eighth , afternoon at 2:45 o'clock at her horn ·street h;i. returned home after a ·-"three v.--.;"s visit with friends and rrcliMivw. in Cleveland. j; Andrew Rcjsi has returned to ^Somerf.-'H Jifl'ii- a weeks' visitl with j'hls molV:-. tire. Kmma Popel of -North £::'· fl.-r-j. on the West Side, after a short il ness. She is survived by her par cnls, John B. and Lucctta Smull hai rls: one brotiier. John GufTcy Harri and a sister. Mrs. Lurcssa Crupcr o West Newton. ( The funeral service will be hcl at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon the home. Interment will be mac in West Newton Cemetery. ANTHONY VEKTOSIC Anthony Vertosic, 59 years oil mine employe at Edcnbori Leckronc ord Ronco, died Monday i Ihe family home at Masontown afli an extended illness. Besides, h wife, Margaret, he is survived b three children, John Vertosic an Mrs. Mary Leskovie, both of Ne Kensington, Anthony, Jr., at horn three sisters and two brothers, all J Europe. Bill, Surviving I Firs! Mack, Faces I Another Coniroversy Continued from Page One. .-. But his amendment to strengthen Section 102, which provides penalty taxes of-25 and 35 per cent on cor- .poralions deemed to be accumulating 'surplus so that their owners may escape high surtax rales, was shouted down. The amendment directed al the ;'undistribulcd profils tax was spon- 'sored by Representative Allen T. Broadway, R., Mass.. ranking minor- 'ily member of Ihc Ways and Means ^Committee. He proposed that hor- ;mal rales .be imposed as · follows: -Twelve and a half per cenl on Ihe £first $5.000 of income,: 14 Per cent.on j -.._ j ms FRANCE s BEALKO -the-next $20000. and .16.per cent on.jr M ' w .- Frlinces Bcalko/85 years ol Call above ?25,000. - (died Monday night al the home of Z Treadway said a "non-parlisan Charles Bealko, ot Edenborn. 7 tax expert' 'had esllmnled his j . . 'iimendment would mean a revenue ; iloss of $$1,000.000 iinnuiilly com- I Spared with the plan in-the bill. He ^said thaV~stimulation ~ o f - business ^mighl mean that the -_ Government Actually would not lose"a-dollarr MRS. EMMA J. WELLEll DIES. SOMERSET, Mtr. 8.--Mrs. Emm Jane Bitlner Welicr,-73, died Kalu day afternoon at her home at Edi Lincoln township, where she lia lived all of her life. Her husban Wesley Wcller; a daughter, a gran .child and three brothers sui'vive. Continued from Page One. outh Conneiisville. No. 9, Hazel Roadman, housewife, ^errittstown. No. 10, Cora Winlcrhalter, Vandcr- :it. No. 11, Adam L. Snyder, Adah. No. 12, Edna Biclstein, Uniontown. Jurors selccled Monday arc Mnr- aret Albright, clerk, of Brownsville; homas Pierce, laborer, South Con- cllsvillc; Rose Moore, housewife, onnellsvillc: Bruce Miller, rail- oadcr, Connellsvillc; Bcalrice Bier, ousewife, Uniontown, and Lillian aylor, a widow, Uniontown. Examination of prospective jurors idicatcd that Ihe Commonweallh uiy ask the death penally for flarinaro despite the fact lhat Judge S. Dumbauld had pcrmiltcd the cfendant's liberalion under $10,000 ond in December. Special Prosecutor Wade K. New- 11 indicated that ihere has dc- eloped sufficient evidence to war- ant a capilal degree. Six jurors were accepted Monday y opposing counsel after quite a umber had been challenged because f conscientious scruples "that would lot permit me to relurn a first de- ;rcc death penalty demanding death t» the electric chair." Five prospective jurors were discharged in rapid uccession because of an aversion lo apilal punishment. It is charged that Monosky was he innocent victim of Marinaro vhen he shot at another man who urportedly had hurled a brick hrough the defendant's beer parlor window after an altercation. The 'other man" was wounded In the leg. .ess Drastic Wages And Hours Measure May Win Approval By United Press. WASHINGTON. Mar. 8.--The latest proposal for wages and hour leg- slation gave promise today 01 ringing opponents together on a blV hat could be enacted at this session of Congress. William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor, said he had "no objection" to considerini lower Initial wage "floor" ant higher hour "ceiling" than the federation has asked. The proposal, made by Chairman Mary Norton Democrat, N. J., of the House Labor Committee, is being considered by a subcommittee. The House Rules Committee also appeared disposed for the llrst tim to give the bill, if not too drastic right-of-way to the House floor. Search for Plane Halted by Blizzard FRESNO. Mar. 8.--A mountain snowstorm today delayed the search for the Transcontinental lind West crn Airways liner thai was lost las Tuesday night on a (light from San Francisco to Los Angeles. rVirplanes were grounded mn ground searching parlies were driven to shelter when H blizzard struck In Sierra Nevada Mountains, GO mile cast of here, where the search was centered. There were nine persons aboard the plane, and Ihc likelihood lhat they were still safe and awaiting rescue was remote. CLEVELAND, Mar. 8.--Two high jbor leaders were sentenced to one o flve years in Ohio Penilentiai'y lo- ay for extortion and blackmail and randcd as "thugs" by a common )lcas court judge. After six men and six women urors hnd found guilty Don Comp- iell and JohnjMcGee on blackmail- xtortion charges, Common Pleas udge Alva R. Corielt pronounced entencc immediately. The one to five-year terms are indeterminate entences mandatory under law. Campbell is president ofl the 'ainlcrs 1 District Council and business agent of both the Glaziers' Jnion and the Art' Glass Workers* Union. McGce is Cleveland head of the Laborers' District Council. All groups are American Federation of abor affiliates. The verdict found the two guilty of demanding and collecting $1,200 from Vcrnon Stouffcr, restaur- nleur, as the price of allowing work o continue on a restaurant ncaring completion in May, 193G. How to Feed New Infant */ --How Often and What tf jWeihe Warns Boos! ' In School Tax May ! Be Made Next Year Republican County Chairmen to Discuss Primary Wednesday PITTSBURGH, Mar. 8.--Republican County Chairman Frank J. Knrris today invited 12 Western Pennsylvania Republican county chairmen to a "harmony" meeting liere tomorrow "to bring peace and fiood will" into the primary election campaign. The announcement was made In the midst of reports that Republican leaders had asked Dr. John B. (Jock) Sutherland, head football coach at the University of Pittsburgh, whether he would enter the fight for the Republican nomination for Lieutenant Governor. The primary purpose of the "harmony" meeting, however, did not concern the Lieutenant-Governor situation, but the gubernatorial fight. Bj- r,OOAN* CLKXDKXINO, M. Z). YESTERDAY we said as a guide to anxious first parents that the now baby will get along all right If you "Keep It fed, Itocp it clean, keep it ventilated and keep it rested." By "keep it fed" we moan J u s t t h a t . E n o u g h food, not too much, and food of the right kind. The baby will take enough and not too much if It .has a chance. In feeding the baby aim to Dr. Clcndenlnj- avoid five things --Inanition, intestinal Infection, rickets, ncurvy and anemia. There has been no change, even with all the advances of the most modern science, in the old-fashioned Idea that mother's milk is the best food for the now-born. Tho only question is whether the mother has enough milk. And tho best test of that li whether tho baby I* gaining weight A healthy baby usually does well If fed flve times a day--at 6 a, m., 10 a. m., 2 p. m., 6 p. m. and 10 p. m. Whatever tho number of feeding! decided on, the baby should be nursed at regular times and not between times. The best substitute for mauler's milk Is cow's milk or goat's milk. Goat milk is not everywhere available so we will confine our description to cow's milk. Cow's milk differs somewhat from mother's milk. There is not as much protein in mother's milk and, therefore, to boll coWi milk and hence coagulate some of the jiroteln will do no harm. Besides, t -makes it more digestible. Cow's milk has less aujjar than nothcr's milk. Therefore, a simile sugar should be added to the :nixturc -- plain table sugar Is all right, but a form of maltose or dextrose is be'.ter. This is where .he infant's foods come in -- they iavo easily digested maltose, nut tho cheapest form of simple sugar : com syrup. Dr. Clcndenlng will answer questions of general interest only, and then only through nil column. Added to Milk Water should bo added to cow'i milk so that it will .digest mor» readily. And those three things- boiling, sugar adding, and watct adding -- ore really all the essential' things there are to modifying milk for Infant feeding. Evaporated milk, Klim and othci- dried milks, and SMA and othot prepared foods are very good. The very young baby will have five or six bottles a day. The total amount of the feeding mixture should be the baby's weight in pounds times threo ounces. The amount of milk in the feeding mixture should be the baby's weight in pounds times one and one-half ounces. The water is the difference To avoid Intestinal infection use certified Paateuri«d or, better, boiled milk. All serious dysentery in infants comes from infected milk. To avoid rickets use cod liver oil. viosterol and sunshine. Even it mother's milk is used or good cow's milk, it Is best to add a Vitamin D container, because you never can tell how much tho baby needs. I saw a picture the other day of a baby brought up In California, where thera is plenty of sunshine. and in spite of that it hod developed rickets. Tho caption «oid, "It can happen oven here." To avoid scurvy, add orange or tomato Juico to the feedings. To avoid anemia, add iron occasionally. Ono of the most important discoveries in recent years about infant feeding is that mother's milk as well a cow's milk, may bo d«- ficlcnt In Iron. Pcnnsy Telcerapher Dead. Joseph Wagoner, 38, veteran telegraph operator of the Pennsylvania Railroad and for years a ticket agent and a postmaster nt New Florence for five years, died Monday at his Greensburg home. He leaves one daughter, three grandchildren, stepdaughters and two sisters. two Baroness Attempts Suicide. LOS ANGELES, Mar. 8--Baroness Irene Pongracz, 45, thrice-married dress model and divorced wife ot Cyril Tollcy, British Rolf star, today attempted suicide by poison in her hotel-room, police reported. Three Births at Hospital. The.mnlc infant population took an upward swing as births of three boys were recorded at Connellsville State The first arrived at 9:34 Hospital. ... I o'clock Monday night to Mr. and Mrs. - Representative Fred M. Vinson,-D.;.[ Ray .Murray of Star Route, the sec-. ·Ky.. countered with tho charge that', ond at: 5:35 A, M. today to Mr. and ;the amendment would mean a j Mrs. Evan Jones of 1317 South Pitts- Ci-ovenue Joss ot 200 to 250 million ; burg rlrect and the third at"7:55'A. rdollars, and ."demanded ,to Jcnow ) M. to Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Foster of ; whether; It was drafted by. a .'.'high'! Vandcrbilt. Tpricst in the citadel of the Chamber 1 ' · " : . : : --: 'of Commerce of tho United States:" .Basil S. Urlehtwcll Dead. .When .Treadway hesitated beforo Basil Sutton Brlghtwcll, 67. of denying it, Vinson said: ' Belle Vcrnon, where he had resided ' "He who hesitates Is wrong." j "U of his life, died Saturday in a -" The only other amendment acted I Pittsburgh hospital. lie was em- on yesterday was one by Reprc- ' P'oycd for years by the American sentativo Daniel A. Rccd, K , N Y j Window Glass Company and later as designed to facilitate contributions to I £ J ani , tor at thc Nonh Bcllc Vcrnon ' Schools. His wife, one son, one American colleges and other educational, charitable, or religious institutions, through a provision permitting creation of revocable trusts. It was defeated. daughter and survive. three grandchildren 13 Charged With ~ Harboring Dogs :;. ~ -: ~. ~. Hot Licensee] : Contlnuei trom'Pa'Be"t)ne.'-" : - . Northern Fayette county, "declaring there were many persons ·harboring unlicensed dogi; ;. · _ · "-'·' j : "These owners surely know it's i much cheaper to buy a license than t pay a fine and costs before a squire j or alderman," Mr. Susano declared, I pointing out that licenses for males cost $1.10 and for females $2.10. : '. - He said lhat there were 14,200 unlicensed dogs In Fayetle counly but approximately 3,500 'are unlicensed. He inlends to prosecute an intensive campaign to get Ihesc licensed. Yukon Officer Cited. . Marcolm Knus of Yukon was one of four State Motor Policemen given citations by Commissioner Percy W. Foolc for entering a burning barn on Ihc Horshey estale and removing livestock valued at SI,000. ' ".WHY UD'G'A TABLETS CURB EXCESS ACID DISTRESS OF" ..IfyouratomichiamwaccompanwdbyGAS. heartfcum. tkelchmj. blotting, trarninc. INDIGESTION. nftU5en.dc .don'lulce b«kmg ·oda.dincroudni£iorhir.ir«yii«uurc, bat follow the advice of the UiouuixU of former acid-«Um»eh nifTeren who rreom- ..mend UDC\ TableU to help neutralize ei- ejeB»tomschnctd UDGATibleU.butdem .;« phy»ciui' ·ucceutul preienpuon. work fafl tobrinrrelirf fromoxceuaeiditomach diltieM. Week'»treatment»uppljronl;Il on tron-elad cuftranleeofrMti G«t UDGA «nd relitfoTscl y Kccommcluli'ti liv Union DrUK Company and all Kood dru£ stores. Mrs. Mary A. Moore Mrs. Mary A. Moore, 76, mother of Mrs. O. C. Funk of RulTsdale, died Monday at her home al GreensburR. The funeral service will be held at 3/o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Killed Gorky on Police Order, Russian Says Continued from Page One, Benjamin Maximov-Dikovsky, secretary to the late Valerian V. Kuib- shcv, chief of the slate planning commission, were principals, in a vast murder conspiracy by which men high in the Josef Stalin regime were to be "liquidated." Opening up this astonishing phase of an astonishing trial, Prosecutor Andrew Vishinsky, attorney general, called Levin to testify first, as perhaps the most eminent of the medical men defendants. As chief of the Kremlin Hospital, he headed nn institution at which only the highest Russians were treated. His mime had lo appear on the death certificates of all leaders. Pleading guilty nt the oulscl of his testimony to having killed Gorky, Levin said hp did so by giving Ihc 68-year-old writer the wrong treatments. Yagoda, he said, forced him to kill Gorky by bribery and Intimidation. He said also that he Instructed Dr. Knzakov, inventor of the famous "Lizates" cure-all, to kill Vlachcslsv Henzhinsky, Yosoda's predecessor js chief of secret police. Mcnihlnsky suffered from heart disease, It was the prosecution's contention, anJ he was killed when the cure-all was mixed with his normal medicine. Levin admitted telling Kazakov to mix the cure-all with the heart medicine. This new phase of the mass trial rounded up the prosecution's case iiKiiinst the 21 leaders. H Is charged that Gorky, Gorky's son, Kuiblchev and Mcnzhinsky were victims and that the secretaries of Gorky and Kuiblshev wore implicated. Just before Inst night's session of the trial ended, the prosecution asserted that Ihe conspiralors Iricd lo kill Nikolai Yczhov, present head o£ the secret police, by slow poison. Yczhov's health was impaired by poison, it was alleged, nnd had not the plot been discovered he would have died. Yagodn and his secret police aide, Bulanov, were the motivating leaders of this conspiracy, it was charged. Curfew Grange to Meet. Regular meeting of Curfew Grange will be held Thursday night at 8 o'clock in the hall nt nutwoods. The theme of the program io be carried out is "The Home" and it Is to be in chnrge of the home economics committee of the grange. Infant Daughter Dies. MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 8.-Lois Reese, three months old, of Bridgeport died nt the Frick Memorial Hospital Monday night at 0:10 o'clock of pneumonia. The child was admitted just before noon on Monday for treatment. Final Showing Today --Wcilncsdtiy :iiil 'Diiirsdny-- GRANT RICHARDS KAREN MORLEY FRANKIE DARRO KANE RICHMOND IUNE IOHNSON »HH EVERS Today and Tomorrow Continued front Page One. that they (should pa/' their taxes," he iald. . / Mr. Wcihc dcclailcd that if thosa who are able lo pliy their taxes do not "it means that' we will hava to levy that much more." "You can help if you will by paying your taxes if you are able," h» iaid. President Wcihe's remarks cam a after the directorate had voted to pay $4,450,40 of general bills, §1,300.23 for the High School Stadium, $1,000 due on the quarterly allotment to Carnegie Free Library and $223 on athletics. The board gave approval to the action of ofllcers in paying off a loan after the district had received its State appropriation. The loan wait made to pay salaries of teachers. "Mrs. Ida Nixon Dies. Mrs. Ida Nixon, wife of A. I. Nixon, died Monday morning at her home at Pike Run. Don't Let Spoil Vour Day! Do you feel fofsy»bead throb, and nerves jittery? Take Capudlne and aa*p out of morning-after fcead- xche, whether Irom OTer-lndtrifenc* in cat In f or drlnklnr. BKCAUM Capudlno lj a liquid It works fait. Note how quickly bead clears, shakr nerrci are calmed and relaxed, *ni pep returns. No narcotic*. AH diuc store*. Come Bach Smiling»Kfi? A STAR CAST IN THE MOULD OF AMERICA'S HEROIC BUILDERS! A STORY THAT WILL LIVE IN MEMORY! Ranked With The Immortal Films of All Time! of human hearts and Jw£«...out of a people's most stirring strile... now comes a screen drama to challenge the lame of the mighty "Birth Of A Nationr Spectacularly produced...with s£'*x£Q a cast ol thousands... it wins ' f ij$CfctJ( immortality ior this poignant ^neA' story ol a mother, a lather and \v.i.-*'':-.^*$^{*. a girl who waned...for a ^WtlZffTITLJE " man who iorgot! CONTEST PICTURE4 X Tytffn v i-tf*" 1 ww, Walter HUSTOK · James STEWART -BeufahBONDl' Guy KfBBEE · Charles COBURN-JohnCARRADlNE SCM.I. ««y by BRADBURV FOOTS :frod»cad WOHN W.CONSiWNE, JR.' Plettir* -' P.IIIIKTID «·..··' ' '

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