Bradford Era, March 25, 1936, Page 14

Bradford Era

March 25, 1936

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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - March 25, 1936, Bradford, Pennsylvania PAfiF FOFRTF.F.N. TITE ERA, BRADFORD, PA., WEDNESDAY. MAR* TI 25, 1P3<L ^JVEUJflLDS rn Tho Bradford Executives Picked on National Roster SEARLE GETS the legislative council meets next Thursday to take up with the WPA AID IN    I members the question of whether iifAllV we can come within the social FLOOD WUHN security boards requirements without a state constitutional amend- (Continued from Page One) If You Leave It to the Sharpest Pencils in Town . . . WE LL BE SEEING YOU. We refer to the young men who have style eyes in the back of their heads but who unfortunately, do not have rich uncles. And to the married chaps who like to look up and doing' but but who have to look up a butcher and grocer the first of every month. Y ou can make your income go farther by going no farther! than here this Spring ment. xxx June Is Deadline “We can obtain the benefits for the current quarter by enacting tral Pennsylvania area to be 44. Liquor Ban Lifted    — -    --- -•—    -    . The ban on liquor sales, imposed legislation before the end Junc in 18 counties by Governor Earle But lf a constitutional amendment for the duration of the flood is necessary, it will be impossible emergency, was lifted in 13 towns, to submit the amendment to a vote The Liquor board said only the before the next general election in application of municipal authori- November. ties was needed to end restrictions Governor bandon indicated the in other cities.    special session might be summoned The board said the “emergency before the Republican national convention, June 9, if it is decided a constitutional change is not necessary. *hcre is only one Seam prufe Slip and its exclusive with Johnston’s in Bradford. 51 Main Street There is only one Seam prufe Slip and it s exclusive "Jth Johnston1, in Bradford. had passed and the necessity for restricting the sale of spiritous liquors is not so great.”    %    _ The reopened stores are in Shick-| shinny, Curwensville, Donora, SPENCER M. DEGOLIER tanning, Carlisle. Barnesboro, Sugar Notch, Charleroi. Hughesville, Swoyersville, Ashley, Trafford and Muncy. * Guard I nits Withdrawn National Guardsmen were de- FUNERAL INCOMPLETE (Continued from Page One) DeGolier ran once unsuccessfully, mobilized at Lewisburg, and sev-1 receiving but 18 votes. He achieved eral units were withdrawn from tj,e office in 1911 by a good-sized service at Harrisburg.    plurality. He was defeated by Mr. The capital faced a serious sit- Schwab in the 1931 election and by nation in a dwindling w ater supply.: Mr Thompson in 1933. Officials worked desperately to re- | yOT many years Mr. DeGolier was tell you if you’ll ask them. FRED A. MILLER    H.    NEIL    MALLON    ------„ „ New York. Mar. 24 (Special)—I tary of Commerce Daniel C. Roper    store the hooded    filter plant and    honorary president of    the    National [enry Neil Mallon. president,    and    and under the    supervision of    busi-    pumping station while restaurants i A.ssocjatjon Opposed    to    the    Blue we re telling you ncre . . . *»u Fred A Mil,cr t.hiirman cf the ness “brain trusters’ and otlu >e.i f iper cups and plates, indus-    president    for a time of the thousands of other men will board, of the S. R. Dresser Manu- well-known authorities, 6.516 names, tries shut down, and the use of Ratj0naiiSt society, he was a con- i facturing company of Bradford, representative of every part of the water by individuals was strictly trihUtor to the official society mag-j have been selected among    out-    United States    and Canada,    were    regu.ated.    azine, published in London,    Eng- standing leaders of American in- chosen for an exhaustive and Nearby towfis pumped in auxil- jand    was    an    advocate    of    mu- I dustry. it was announced here by authentic biographical reference of iary supplies but the reservoir nicipany owned utilities and wrote j the Institute for Research in the nation's leader-chiefs. Included levels continued to drop, and there on lhis and other subject* of public Biography, in making public a in the roll are such names as those was no prediction when the ma- J |nttrest contributing often to the I regional analysis of the final roster of Owen D. Young. John D. Rockc- chlnery which assured pure water Jocal newspapers’ “public forum” ' by its advisory board.    feller, sr., the    duPonts and    J. P. ( would again be in    working order. With the endorsement of Secre- Morgan.    - EASTER SUITS AND TOPCOATS $18.00 to $30.00 HIKE MUMM) UFA WORKERS Harrisburg, Pa. Mar. 24 (/Pl.— WPA officials announced more than 60.000 men have been assigned to clearing aw'sv flood wreckage in the state NAZI LEADER REJECTS PLAN OF WAR ALLIES (Continued from Page One > (Continued from Page One) Costamo Ci.no, prf.idrnt of th. w»* ,inc*r*13r hon”‘ ln hl» con columns. Mr. DeGolier’s staunch stand on various issues won for him many close friends and enemies a* well. Mayor Issues Statement. Mayor Hugh J Ryan yesterday issued the following statement: "Spencer DeGolier was a man who We Are Featuring The New Spring Collection of Our Famous “Seamprufe” Slips That Sleekly Fit for Any Occasion FALLS, STRAINS Injure the Spine, Cause Ills Chiropractic Restores Health C. C. SALISBURY LICENSED C HIROPRACTOR 215 I.O.OJ. Bldg. Dial 6981 proudly. "I do not hide myself ITALIAN STOCK iv0,” PmotT,h'y fiu ,ollow my mart plunges Claims Great Progress “It grieves me that I have had to hurt many in carrying out my program in the past three    chamber in a speech recrated his viction* I prized hi* friendship -but    if I had not done it we doubt- «namD*r- » speecn repeated nu    ...    _ „ . D,r Fuehrer’s vote, WM .lightly I,., would hove 12.000.000 un.rn- I ‘»<‘Garmt.on ,of two yar. ago that hoar*, and he coughed frequently, ployed by now,” he continued.    'hen ll Duce set the Pete and    Mantle    I    ii......I. ik, __ When he went to the huge hall No on, c.„ deny that there    for    a naceaaary change. “thU *>"»'    I    bespeak    the    s>    tithe was cheered by half a million have been hietoric achievement, rn    “now^.g .t is carving a    Pathy ct the entire    immunity to people who had been released early i these three years-one hundred    “*w    d“'t J" the story of revolt.-,    hi. »ife in her Md    bereavement, from office, and .hope The route ye,rs 0f hi.tory in three. For little    “on-    W,U ** r,*dy "* “,uHn* ,h*    John B C*IUh*n-    “““cilman for FERTIG Repair Service MASTER RADIO - t LE CTO IC St. SEOVICCMCN DIAL 771 7 . 4 5 BUSHMILL ST I R. C A. VICTOR RADIOS STRANBURG’S (Incorporated) 117 Main St    Dial    S713 of more than five miles w*as elm- j minds, perhaps, such a tempo is tered with streamers and swas- j too swift for understanding.** tikas    j    In    post war    years, said Der Recedes Ovation    Fuehrer,    the world became accus- The audience cheered for six full j tomed to a Germany w*eak, divided minutes when Hitler appeared in and obsessed with an inferiority the auditorium to be introduced complex. by Paul Joseph Goebbels, his min- ’’It finally came to regard the ister of propaganda.    German    weakness as a constant “You,” said Goebbels, “have not ^iClor *n international equations, broken treaties—you have had the This we havc changed. We wan* courage to draw the logical conse- P€*ce> bul word must not con-queacts from treatiea already tut our will for peace with a lack broken.** Goebbels said it was the people’s regime of a new Cis j of the character decessors of our will that the occupation of the Rhineland must “remain unaltered.’* Hitler opened with his usual reference to his 14-year-long struggle toward power. Now that that power has been achieved, he said TRY THE ERA S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS constitutional years under Mr DeGolier also expressed sorrow ar his death. Today, addressing Mussolini. He is survived by his wife. Mrs who was in the hail, Ciano said: Ada DeGolier; a son. Albert De-T confirm to you this declaration, Golier of Kanesholm; three sisters with the same spirit of yesterday ** Mrs. DeGolier Smart of Philadel- I Prolonged acclamation followed    phia.    Mrs    Lillian Lamphrel! of Cal- and Mussolini responded by giving    unset.    UL    and Mrs Eleanor Davis the Roman salute. The chamber of Bradford. and a number also cheered a government state- nieces and nephews, ment that Italy's air force is in a position to sweep the Mediter- HITLER SPURNS Detail* of the accord reached    irs/Mtr rTtimT Pfc* over the weekend by Italy. Austria    LbAUiUt. LUUK I and Hungary showed they had j    _ pitched a common tent in the    (Continued from Page One) European political and economic    ——..... field, closely harmonising their delay in answering the Locarno action in general European as well t proposals. a* Danubian problems.    Although    the    Locarno    demands *    wert emphatically rejected, the LANDON SEEKS    Reich said that on March 31—two r/&yV k2r cShadowprufe made • . guaranteed not to stretch, sag or pull of a luscious quality silk CREPE LA RUE ... in Tearose and \Xfhite . . . Regular sizes 32 to 44 . •. Extra sizes 46 to 52. days after the German Reichstag GGP HARiMONY election—it would “puce at the dis-    ^ I Continued from Page One) To the public I I I _  _    ...    .    ,_______ war’’    and asked why ’ yesterday by state police in Kane | ford. Several officers on the tasl posal of the royal British govern- 3ritsatti should add weight to her and held there for Police Chief department had worked is *| ment a compreh nstve statement gUpporl against Germany by a mili- James E Cochrane and Mrs. Grace effort to locate them. of It* position, together with its t&ry aniance on the side of Russia, Guy, police matron, who returned    —.    ■    -    — Belgium. Poland. Czechoslovakia, them here. The girls are being held France and Italy.    j tor the Juvenile court. The two told the police they had Will Register Today    hMn ln K*n* *inc* le*v'n* Brsd- In Piano Instruction fornia secretary of stat* a Landon positive proposals ticket for tho May 5 California    /The    council will reconvene in primary. A second slate by    the    Geneva    some time after the Ger- Caiifornia group in sympathy with man and French elections, former President Hoovers ad- Eden Fare* New IMf f fruit ie*, vocacy of uninstructed delegations    j Anthony Eden. British foreign is due U. be filed before the dead-    secretary was left with new diffinite tomorrow. Senator Borah also    cuttles In conciliating Franco-Ger- is considering bidding for Cali-    man differences but League circles    Adult piano    instruction in    conformal 44 votes    seemed    agreed that the immediate    nection    with    activities    of    the    Works Ma\ < all Special Sealion    danger    of European hostilities had    Progress    administration    in    Bradford Refreshed and smiling after a    axoj<jed    wUl ** he,d at th* YMCA, begin- 10-d.y re.t. th. governor ..id be    A    for ,h, G,rmln    ring .oon. Regi.tr.tion will be    held probably would call a .peel aaa-    <hte_tloB Mjd th„ ,hf Briti,h    today from IO    a rn to noon    and CLASSIFIED COLUMB BRING RESULTS RADIO WITH SILENT TUNING r" * 'h.*. '£-La,UJ.e ‘° JKS govern ment*. white raper ou.l.n,ny from 2 to »pm_ at th, YMCA. 35 MECHANIC CLARK & HUMPHREY PHOM UTI the** requirements*    flEUiS    ,h*    Proposal.    U    “abso-    “cyd    Knight    of    .Wa    city    will    give A short while ajjo we sold a lanje ocial security program. He said: “I will have an opportunity w hen number of used ears. Since that time the sale of new ears has been exceptionally large. The result is, that our used stock is grow ing fast. Already we have lately dead •    .    individual instruction to the class. The House of Lords was told by An>’on« beyond school age is eli-Viscount Hailsham, lord chancellor J E*ble to enroll. that Britain was "no secret under- The class is being sponsored by standing of any kind" with France lh* COUI»ly adult education council. or Belgium aside from those out-iwhich mt Pres«»t is operating —    lined in the white paper issued last    ,n    English    and    arithmetic “After my long experience in the week on the Rhineland crisis.    **fth    "    ard    school, irug business, I know no remedy I    No    British Alliance,    — A DRUGGIST WAITES The disclosure was made in reply TWQ MISSING GIRI S i a direct question from the Mar- . V WIMIIHl UIKL5 that compares with San-Cura Ointment for the purpose intended. In to a direct question from the Mar- . some cases its effect was wonder-    quess of Lothian,    who asked: “Have*    ARE RETURNED HERE ful. I would not be without it    we or have we    not entered into myself." writes Frank T. Wray of    what Flandin    and Van Zeeland;    Two Bradford girls. Sallv Parker Chicago. Antiseptic Sa n - C u r a    (diplomatic representatives    of    15. and Rachel Collins. 15. who ntment is unequalled for cuts.    France and Belgium)    regard as a    were reported missing since last burna bruises, piles, (cima and    military alliance?-    Wednesday to local police, were skin irritations ./Vc at Thompson    The marquess said    Germany    Is    returned to Bradford early today. .od and ad drug stores. '.now “immeaaureably weaker than They were arrested at 8:30 pm 25 late model?. McCoy hardware t ome in todav and look them over, Me have ail entirely new line of used DIAL 8913 115 MAIN ST. 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