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Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1936, Uniontown, Pennsylvania THI Fair end slightly Saturday and day night or Sunday cloudy day THE MORNING HERALD FAYETTE COUNTY'S ONLY MORNING THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VOL 30 NO 257 Every Morning At Your Door UNIONTOWN FAYETTE COUNTY PENNA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 1938 PAGES TWO FASCISTS SHELLING MADRID ATTACK ON IDLE PROBLEM ALONG NRA LINES SEEN Officials Reluctant To Discuss Probable Program Triumphal Return Of FDR Today DRAFT LABOR'S PROGRAM I WASHINGTON Nov AP Late returns emphasizing the epochal endorsement of policies at the polls the opinion of many here today that another attack on the unemployment problem along NUA In How soon the move may come what form It may take and the sible effects on yarty alignments were foremost topics In ranks both for and against the administration as the President's plurality With final tabulations being slowly tho total popular vote readied tonight Returns still were missing from of the nation's precincts but dent Roosevelt had a lead 691 to Awaiting ills triumphal return to the capital tomorrow officials were reluctant to discuss the probable gram for publication was accumulated for Mr Roosevelt's consideration In drafting his message to the opening of Congress two months from today and his Inaugural address on January 20 Inquirers were referred to his speeches and the Democratic platform for light on what ho might Bay It was recalled by some hut ha praised NRA as un instrument of gress While calling the emergency over he was clearly mindful of tho Continued on Page Thirteen Mrs Def f Death Mrs E 70 R resident of the Fayette Title and Trust Apartments died in tho Hospital Thursday night November 6 1936 at o'clock following a long Illness of complications Sho ts vived by a daughter Mrs Catherine J of a ter Mies Jennie of Un- and a brother George of and four grandchildren Mary Louise Dawson H A Rush Betty Jane Rush and ert The body has been removed to the Ferguson Funeral Home In town street where friends may view the body Funeral services will be announced later Earle and Leaders Will Meet Soon to Draft New Legislation for Assembly Replied to King Florence Horsbrugh con- member from Dundee land shattered a British tradition by becoming the drat woman to make tho official reply to the King's speech on tho opening of Parliament Central Adams Remains as State Police Head 5 AP Governor Earle reappointed Major Lynn G Adams as superintendent of the Pennsylvania police today Major Adams commission expired at tho end of the tion lu 1935 but Governor Earle con- the veteran loader In charge of the Tho new commission will end with the Earlo administration In an k Announcement Realizing the inconvenience to chants industries employers employees the community at large due to the absence of banking facilities on day evenings and recognizing our re- and obligations to our trons and the community the officers and directors of this Bank have decided to keep the Bank open for business on Saturday evenings between the hours of seven and nine o'clock during which time access to safety deposit boxes and the other facilities of the bank will be open for the use of our patrons and others requiring bank service Second National Bank Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Federal Reserve Bank Mellbank Group First Democratic Controlled Legislature In 65 Years Will Convene On January 1st MAY REORGANIZE THE PSC Nov Governor Karlo and other Deal leaders plan to get together shortly to go over drafts of New Deal tion to be placed before In more than years when It meets January 1 Democrats with the Republican stumbling block in Senate ed by Tuesday's balloting are In sition to enact any legislation they de- sire Thirty-four senators and at 164 state representatives were elected by the Democrats In the New Deal landslide A majority requires votes In the Sonalo and 105 in tlm House The Senate was the barrier ill the path of New Deal proposals tho 1935 legislature including social security Continued On Page Sixteen NEW CABINET MAKEUP STIRS SPECULATION President Is Planning Some Changes Belief Farley Said To Desire To Quit Post MANY RUMORS ARE HEARD FOR CONFERENCE HERE NEXT APRIL Inter-City Meeting Last Night Attended By 135 Members Of Six Nearby Clubs INTERESTING PROG R A M Preliminary phina for the Rotary conference to be held In next April 21 22 when of 1200 delegates arc ex- to be In attendance were an- j laal at an held at tho Asbury M K with F of tho Uniontown Club pre- A total of 135 from Vornon Mason town Union town In attendance and enjoyed the banciuel and subsequent program Hcv E A of spoke tho invocation after which the clubs and were Introduced 1 M district of the American Hed Cross gavo a talk on Red Cross Roll Call and wan followed on program by fl John Morrow county Hed Cross Roll Call chairman Why I am a was tho subject of remarks by M J Kast of the club Tho ship In Rotary was discussed by Rev W H Hetrich of tho club Looking Ahead Walter P Schenck's subject Hurry Why el governor of District Rotary In tor national Introduced and was followed by John president governor of the district The meeting closed with the singing of Auld Carl of nt the piano for the Ringing with Herman Graham of as the eons lender WASHINGTON Nov The makeup of President Roosevelt's next cabinet became an engrossing ic of Washington discussion today aa dozens of different rumors reflected a general belief that there will be some change For many months have ped up every now and then that If Mr Roosevelt were re-elected a ever a I members of tho present cabinet would drop out With no hint coming from the ident as to In tent ions these mors have served to widespread but uncertain speculation Much talk has revolved around the possibility of new appointees to bend the war navy and commerce departments James A Farley who Is returning to tho postmaster generalship after a leave of absence In which he steered the Democratic campaign to a ing triumph has boon described In un- official Quarters aa of ing a private business position when his present term ends Farley has declined comment on this Continued on Pape Twelve Man Found On Tracks With Both Legs Severed 60 of was found lying along tho railroad racks 200 below tho Smock store early this morning with both off The mail was by young men us thoy were homo He was to the Union town pital In the Hla condition Is rU o clock this morning It WAS evident that man hart been lying alongside tho railroad tracks for before being found having lout considerable blond Both hla foot had heen ground off by the train which proceeded on Ua way without any member of tho crow knowing of the accident Tho man evidently had returning home Bacon Am Sizzlin Coffee Is Singin Aunty Sees Dear liacon nni an de coffee am plop plop In de lator do air wld Us odu while I trios to conio do long dis to tell yo 1110 Club dnt am olT at de High school Monday ar lak I'll nove be cie same laa night Jackson on de done sneak mft up to ile of dla yere an wld my own see of dem Snch an an dat do cill when she nni of to voices fn an do port To up dem Dixie niie hot yasHin sho sho sho get through wld dey wan on de aeala deir alt an sho ryant em Mead sho tames me nettle Hut she couldn't noil her lak dey a So to em an 03 will Jes behave n days yo have a chance to slay yn public Do mayor done decla n sett in Ie it November 9th nn yo to do yo at Continued on We have a very efficient Registered Optometrist and are equipped to give you the of Let us do your Optical work also your watch clock jewelry repairing All work guaranteed NICHOLS JEWELRY STORE F T T Bldg GREGORY'S HAT CLEANING UNION VV ST MRS E H DEFFENBAUGH HAS OPENED HBR HOME IN OLD WITH THE SAME COUNTRY STYLE DINNERS CALL I82-K-2 FOR RESERVATIONS SEE EVENING GENIUS FOR Night Club Ad li 1J Q n T M t SALE Roofs Doors and Windows of at and L't'rt Seo Mr U A at office DANCE TWP H S GYM FRIDAY NOVEMBER TILL NICK SILVER AND HIS ADMISSION EVERYBODY WELCOME HOME STORES BUY FROM YOUR HOMB OWNED STORES THEY WILL MEET OH UNDERSELL ANY COM- PETITION BESIDES TO BUILD OUR COUNTY SEE THEM SEE J C STORES BIO AD ON PA OB It J C STORES CO BROADWAY BTi Desperate Efforts to Keep Attackers From Entering Spanish City Government Planes Fight Oft Fascist Bombers Amid Roar Of Heavy Cannonading GETAFE NOW IN RUINS MADRID Nov Fascist Insurgents atoi to tho of Madrid Besieged Inhabitants rushed to tho lines of tho militia ing to keep the attacking Moors and Fascist troops from breaking through into tho streets of tho capital Tho roar and clatter of cannon and machine shook tho city while overhead government planes fought off Fascist bombers Insurgent shells screamed over Madrid's suburbs govern men t batteries replying with a Two Insurant war wove blasted from tho sky hy government One of be Fascist pi lota rod a his ship to earth and saved his life by crashing lie let R tree Hiw log WUB broken Tho other Fascist Continued On PORO Sixteen STEEL INDUSTRY WAGE INCREASES EXPECTED SOON Companies Admit Negotiations With Representatives On New Scales Are Advancing STATEMENT BY MURRAY Object of Hunt NOV Steel circles predicted today an wage boost for tho in- wage earners on Ilia strength of by com- pany Hint negotiations for a wage adjustment are progressing An indication of tho expected In- came lain today from where John J McGowan chairman of the employe at the Campbell plant of the Sheet and Company said the company had In- formed employes a wag would be granted soon he announcement wag matin at a meeting of manaKO and representatives The Increase would affect from 000 to workers In the bell and Oiler Hill plants at low Simultaneously Chairman Murray ot I bo Steel Worker's Continued on Page Sixteen Chester Harris 5 of Cam bridge Mass Is the object of a police hunt throughout Hew England Although Die father bo- child to have boon naped pollen Incline to belief Chester wandered Into olio of tha city's de buildings Central Press Juniors Plan Big Time on Monday National and officers will be honored nl a of the west Jr O U A M lo he held in Courtroom No 1 of the County night at Tim are coming horo In corn to comity Inning Ind the slate In not galii last year O Morris past cilor of the Is to preside at the program which will bo open to nubile Tho entertainment will Include music by tho Calvary chorus the Anderson hoys and other Hems The Junior order was first organized In tlm Old Continued on TWO PEDESTRIANS INJURED BY CAR NEAR THORNTON Driver Of Auto Rushes Victims To Hospital Says Wheel Locked Machine Swerves ACCIDENT AT HOPWOOD Two pedestrians were Injured seriously afternoon about three o'clock when struck by an auto- mobile driven by James Arthur erts of T Jones 31 of Brownsville suffered n of tbo skull and James 55 nt South ville u fractured left IOR Both were removed to the General Hospital where early Ibis morning was serious men were standing along the road near ton station when struck Roberts ex- to Stale Highway Patrolmen who Investigated Unit he was ing another car when It slowed up He applied bis brakes and the left front wheel tbo par swerving to thu and the two who were knocked down removed tho two Injured men to tile hospital Automobiles driven hy HOY 15 A of and Martin of Cleveland O were damaged In u collision ut tbe Intersection of the road and Route 40 In wood last aboul o'clock Continued on Pago Veterans Night Plans Progressing Plans were completed last night for the proper observance of Veterans Night in on Tuesday No- 17 at a meeting of Will F Camp No ISO Sons of Veterans of Civil War Tbe annual observance will bn In commemoration of the delivery of Lincoln's address acid is to be held In the form of a banquet to bo served by Hie Daughters of In tbo Fraternal Home ing Tho menu will Include chicken ami Arthur H Pennsylvania De- commander ot tbe Sons of Veterans will bo tho honored KUenl Postmaster Wooda N Carr Is to address of the evening ler P Schenck secretary of the Un- Chamber of Commerce will make a short address Members of the of thn O A li and Auxiliary of tho Rons are cooperating in mailing this event a successful affair Members of all patriotic organizations are requested and invited lo attend Tickets are now on sale at social rooms of the U S Spanish War Veterans erans of Foreign Wars American nml Kills music store Filing Executions j Lindbergh in First Flight On Tax Collectors TM In Own Plane in England Sureties for delinquent fors owing county like a dollars executions whon C the nisi three actions with Dm sheriff's office In nil about are tax Imck as far as 11 years Already two of tax have settlements anil the liave been accepted chat there are many exonerations in the tho will meet the delinquents half way In efforts at a settle hm Hal the hooks be anil thn bo cleaned up for Ibe Imck years Solicitor will the llons at the rate of three a day until all of the are served Notice to Wharlon Twp A Club any hunting or out membership card Kor tion Inquire or call or Eush Service Station Moved SHOP O A look I to the pilot of bis own machine today for time since he come to He madi a lest from airdrome in i which Us makers assert is fastest hulll in this country colonel helped it Minor which Lindbergh desirable on the will bn beloro Ilio plane FH to him next week During the weeks in which secretly built the plane In a liore Lindbergh paid them several visits The ship was built In reely according lo Ms callons In liis conferences with erlck Miles plane designer tanks Rive R umis T 0 Wise Motor Co Smith field Pa Phone will 1937 Chevrolet complote Saturday Nov 7 long It said to ho of HyinK for 1 miles approximately MO miles hour j Tfin has a nnt roof like a The plane carriCH equipment fur When hn Hr.st to Filmland laHl i his and son Jon Colonel Lindbergh did not pilot 11 While In he a ber of nf his fields and factories j Since ho returned to has lived quietly ai his villami j home at Wat Id in Kont Now with a new touring j of Ills own friends said they thought tlm Colonel soon would make mure trips around HOLD that's beautiful in luxurious new bodies and smart modern STYLING ON DISPLAY TO-MORROW Fayette Chevrolet Co 260 E Fayette St Where You Get More For Your Used Cmr
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