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   Charleroi Mail, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1938, Charleroi, Pennsylvania                               Good Evening The song writers have it that the best' things in life are free. Don't they ever eat or EROI MAIL ESTABLISHED JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED The Weather Showers probably tonight and Wednesday. Warmer in South portion tonight. Cooler Wednesday. VOLUME 268 WASHINGTON PENNSYLVANIA APRIL 1938 THREE CENTS OOP CONTINUES ITS ATTACK ON SPENDING PLAN Claim Will Send National Debt To Record High If Passed April administration's new spending _ program will send the national debt soaring to a record high of Republicans charged today' Congressional leaders prepared to speed President Roosevelt's recovery legislation toward enactment. In the face of unrelenting G. 0. P. biases ai the spokesmen for the House Liberal long-time advocates of big denied re- ports they would demand increases in proposed allocations for public works and relief embodying a total outlay in loans and grants of by next February. The House appropriations commit' cleared its decks to start hearings tomorrow on the om- J nibus recovery bill with WPA Admin- istrator- Harry L. Hopkins as the first witness. Committee Chairman Taylor of declared the hearings would be completed in 10 days and the -bill sent to the House floor May 1. It -was Rep- Wadswonh of New who charged that the new spending will leave the nation with a national debt of 000. Stole Soup To Feed Paroled April of four men who said they stole worth of canned Soup frum a railroad box car to feed their starving families were paroled tn- day by Judge Samuel H. Gardner who sentenced them. George and Robert of Robbins Station. near who admitted1 breaking into the Baltimore and Ohio Kail- read box last month were pa- roled. Two other James and his brother. Harry. of who also pleaded are serving three to six months in the workhouse. Japanese Retaliate for Nipponese Reverses in Shantung Province 1 April In retaliation foi Xippanef-.e se-s in Japanese f. r- ces in northern Honan have serious losses on Chinese guerillas op- erating- in according advices received today from Piiping. The Japanese claimed seven thous 'and of the Chinese guerillas had ocer j kiilcj and twenty-three thousand I wounded in heavy fighting. j It was also announced thac the j Japanese captured 300 machine i 30 hundreds of j guns and huge quantities of ammun- j ition. I official Chinese reports stated the smashing Chinese drive southern Shantung had res n I tec recapture of Hanchwang from Named after a bitter. 24-hour Cole Renamed. j tie. Manager GOVERNORS OF MOTOR CLUB IN REORGANIZATION CENE MOST HME EN'TOO-CANDI April u candid camera fan an inch and he'll ttike a lime t'xpos- urel That was the experience today at ihe First International Photo- graphic Exposition. The manage- ment thought it would he nice to load up the stage with bathing beauties and flood lights and let the bang away. What the management did not anticipate were the shrieks which came from the lemporory dressing room behind the stage after the public candid shooting was pre- sumably over. H seems that the boys had found a FIND NO TRACE Local Police In Raid OF LOST On Pool Rooms Cite Four Proprietors Members of the Board of Governors of the Washington County Motor Club reorganized at a meeting held last night in Washington. Officers were re-elected as follows. HOXG KONG. April At least 250 residents of Canton wcss I killed and 300 wounded in yester Japanese aerial bombardment of the southern Chinese accord'np to official Chinese estimates released to- Disappears Last Week in Flight From Roosevelt Field NEW YORK. April The eastern coast and the is- lands dotting Inland wsra searched today for fhe power glider which droned off into the over Field on Fri- day carrying Andrew Carnegie Whit- field and has not been seen The 28 year old nephew of Mrs. An- drew Carnegie disappeared as com- pletely as though the skies had open- ed up to admit he and his plane and then closed again for first search over a wide area revealed no trace of the no indication of what might have happened to its pilot. i Having contacted every Airport for1 miles around in Xew New Jer- sey and the Nassau Coun- ty police directing the search for the missing graduate planno.l I today to enter every hanger between Roosevelt Field and Montauk point on I the theory that young Whitf ield Campaign Will Continue For One m Week 700 Members ENS RT DRIVE Still Fail To Break Tax Bill Deadlock April ferees on the tax bill again failed today to make progress in breaking their dead- lock over vital provisions of the bill. Another session was scheduled on Friday following a three-day recess. Negotiations then will be resumed in an effort to break the deadlock and agree upon a .Meantime private conferences are expected to be held between treasury officials and administra- tion with President Roose- velt probably participating. Lottery Devices Are Police Given Orders to Make Regular Rounds to Search for SECOND OFFENSES TO ES MET WITH FINES Is Goal DAVIS VISITS IN MONESSEN TODAY Senator James J. Dnvis was Monessen toriay at a Republican and met approximately -76 party workers. George Salotti. Davis contact staged the nicet- tnp. Sen. Davis was to pi-oceed to TJnionlown Lhis afternoon and returns tonight to Wtishington. J. J. Ben- ninjr. cnmpnifnt declared visit Charleroi at a later date. April IS President Garner today appointed Senator James .J. Davis of Penn- to succeed Senator Arthur Cnppor of as a member of the joint congressional committee im'c-stipate the Tennessee Valley Authority. Judge Howard 1 vice in st Ira W Leech Eociles of victims were still u n jiiriu it uj niter vit-e Tecovered from the the reports uimiei vice presioent. _ last night in the First Christian nem-Bv C adding the air raid tne Opening its campaign for mem- bers its second season of concerts in the local Cooperative Concert Association held a dinner R. A. 3. R. C. j aaQinS the secretary and manager. R. Canton has yet suffered. The following were ap- j R. L. Harry E. Dr. 0. S. Dr. A. E. Jo- seph B. Marianna. Membership Glenn Harry Down- John F. Wanner. BODY CLOSED SECOND DAY ABANDON SEARCH FOR DONORA FLYER IN ORLANDO WASTES Fla.. April Orlando airport j said today the search for two fUers j unreported since they took off on a for 19 persons taken in j u.aming fligllt here April. 5 had been a Motor Police raid on the Penn Pooi abandoned room 631 Fallowfield avenue last POSTPONE POOL ROOM HEARINGS Church with an attendance of about j 100 workers. The David Kocher.- explained he object of the i meeting which was to start the can- .vass for new members for next sea- ___ 1 son. She said that members of the State under Corp. George i War has been declared on gambling and rackets in Charier roi by Burgess S. L. Woodward and the police department. The first raid was made yester- day afternoon by a force of seven patrolmen and proprietors of four pool rooms were cited for a hear- ing last night before the burgess. NTo fines were assessed but warn- ings were issued that second offen- ses will be dealt with severely. Burgess Woodward in a statement am determined that gamb- ling will have to be stopped in CharJeroi. The police have given instructions to make regu- lar visits to all places about which complaints have been re- ceived. Rackets and gambliiig have got to stop.'1 Places visited yesterday -where dope tip cards and numbers were picked up were the pool Grand pool Cus- ter's pool room and Mikas pool all located on McKean avenue. In the first places books- or tip cards were picked up while Samrdav nio-h- I missing men were J. D. the Mikas pool room a. numbers I student flier of Donora. ami book was police- re- terday until this according executive board have been Xaugbwn. wno made the charge of i and .encouraged by the reports that gambling against the operators and I 7 L Orlando searching parties by plane Th FLINT. April IP come in already and she believed no v and i a-ny- punch boards or gambling devices are y plant -number was closed by the ma-rtagtrment difficulty would be encountered securing the quota of 700 members f Central Cecil Moss Rutan. Wash-i Workers union J. R- W. 1 hundreds of deliquent unionists Washington. non-union workers from the plant. today after 22.000 United Automobile 'for the season which starts next fall. Players- telephoned Square' unsuccessful attempt to learn the and explained Ute of the wo men_ rs that duties at Washington made _____ PFL ANNOUNCES ITS ENDORSEMENT April vania Federation of Labor leaders to- day threw the official weight of their jinti-CIO behind the com- plete Enrle-Jones Democratic primary ticket and two individual Republican candidates. In atldition to the regular organiza- tion Democratic S. Senator James J. GOP candidate for re- nomination and and Slate Senator Frank J. Republican candidate fur Litolciinnt-Govornor. received Fcdcriition's endorsement. Thc Federation's i-xccutivo council announced it hmt dccicted to tralize its clUirc strength and politi cal power to defeat all ClO-cndorsed To-that end local mitU-es for political will be set up throughout the the council announced. Emergency roail Parkinson. Guy O. Promised police protection faik'rj to Members of the executive board were and all made short talks. Mrs. Danny member- ship discussed the matter E. J only a score of officers Of new memberships. to 2. being detailed to the piant. Donora Student Earle Denies McGlcskey The only lengthy talk of The even- ing'was piven by Boris of Hi n i found in future they will-be and the proprietors taken' the _ j i tvt visited D VT the asnington made it _____ iblo to be for the Mice yesterday did not have-any hearing last night a re ilrs- Patterson- and her boards or dope so the suit arraignments were Wt'for nlotner and brother of J. D.jtovs were not cited for a hearing. at 7 o'clock. j missing student In the raiding squad yesterday t SIS Fallowfield i were speeding homeward from Orlan-j were regular Patrolmen Robert EUi- said to have been in do- i when the officers descended posted 1 who Flonda sev-j S500 bond for others left forfeits For Pitt Men's Council I Favored In ContractsCflws From County Herd chips and punch to have been taken as said Daniel son of Mr. and E. C. of 216 Tenth KARRISBrURG. April -Pennsylvania's riotous I03S pri- has becen selected as a candi- 1 niary reached the stupe Throe Guernsey cows from the C. date for eliiction to the University of today with Gov. George H. Earlp IHayden D.iiry herd at Ginger Hill are Pittsburph Men's il nyinjr what he termed Mayor S. Wil- as demonstrators for electric learned today. i son's that Mat- 'machines and appliances at the An who was graduated last sprintrj H. McCloskey had been favored nu.nl Electrical Show heinjr held in from Donorn Hiprh i.e a fresh- 1 in the- a ins nf stale auiliorily con- Motor Square in Pittsburch At Electric Exhibit IBENTLEYVILLE MAN IS MAE WEST BODY I contact with the state-wide search in- stituted for their son and Charles i his since the pair j failed to return from a trip April 5. They Jin Orlando during that time. NAZI MOVES TO. ARREST ARCHDUKE man in the Collect at and is run- for onts of two sophomore seats representing the College in the Hy is A reporter on the stuff of the Pitt News and has taken an active rolo in student activities. The Pitt campus elections art1 sched- uled for April tracts. week. U. WILL NOT FOLLOW BRITAIN IN ETHIOPIAN CONQUEST ACCORD GUARD IN NEW Confer On German Helium Sales It's strictly according toj former Bentleyville man I and now chief of the Los Angeles i Extinguish Fire In Automobile At Donora The Donora Fire Department was of helium to BERLIN. April Nazi news- i personal. of propaganda Minister Paul soph Goebbels. today confirmed thnt j warrant has been issued for the arrest Archduke Otto of jand was sworn out when Otto address- ed his monarchist followers in a man- accusing Reichsfuehrer Adolf Castle Steenockerzeel in Belgium and presumably immune commercial re- Follow Principle of No Recogni- j i tton of Territories Taken I unwl iMs wniplction By Force of n treaty of com- isiorce and between the- WASHINGTON. Anril -s two powers has been held in atwy- cnllpcl yesterday to exti'iiguish a fire j Despite strong pressure exertoti by for many months. The L'nite'l j front sent of a sedan owned by i completion of the Anplo-Itnlian ni.-J States has bvcn adamant in its Cecclin Jlurrav. of cord. lhc United StJUos eovernnvenl termmation not to sign an a croc-i i known in this I athlete. It was said that he is protecting Is a witness against -s charged with robbing of S40.000 worth of jewels. Discharge California conclusion ot their conference it ip- pcareil the jras is no nearer Germany before. Under the the gas can only Isold for non-niilita'-y purposes. i Ickes is '.he responsible official in ap proving or disapproving suoh sales. INCREASE IN CLAIMS FOR SOCIETY SECURITY. BENEFITS IN MARCH in Hi Miss Strict. Fan-ell. Pa. The Firemen believe the wagon will not clmih on luuul nlvnr which should be addressed to oonquesi tilc Italian Kintr under the title of of Kent. They had to break a win- Regardless of inlcrniilional A tompimtry commercial agreement was signed hetwcon the two coimtrie started by a cigarette being of Ethiopia. tlow'to get the car which w cussions. there bcon Trio In Store Looting In Delaware Shortly Hold Denbo Man After Agents Uncover Still Arrested by liquor enforcement officers and Constables David Gut- kin ami Furlong in a raid his Lawrence Cabun of Denb-j was in the Washington County jati axvaiting grnnd jury action. Ho WAS held for court by W J. and for-lagnin until parked in a Donora street. Miss wjss vipitisc with the' of McFai-thind residiiig in the nMW Seventh street Interimtional Now and McKoan nveniio. fomit'd today. the American priuriplc of ps-oviding for a few fmi- hy heing considered Si'i-vioe in- bist treaty will he completed so long ai'j Italy holds out for reeosnition of1 tit I. I Three California young men. ar- rested as suspects in connection a store robbery at California which ncTtetl in money nnd merchan- were hy A Lmiimsy of Twilight after an April first negro CCC camp in Apr. During the Social Security paid a total of to cl'iintants in Mi- chael J. Philadelphit district reported today. These figures compare with paid to claimants in r.r. of per-ciairf.' A total of of Postpone Delinquent Tax Sales In Fayette April 10 Smo of Fnyette county properties for nrtolly booked on charges of manu- facture antl possession of illicit li- quor. Bond was fixed at and Caban defaulted The raiding squad reported find- ing a 15-gfllion i and ono-half gallons of white moonshine and 40 gallons of rye mash on the pre- mises. wi'.s August annotinruil Wentworth DevereL agninst them with- chief placement officer them in re certified in New Delaware and Pennsyl- vania .hiring the first three months of this shortly announced. Less Than Month Hold Great Political Significance For Both Major Parties Jefferson Day Fete Is Planned At Washington CLASS NOTICE Members of the Zanana Bible Class the M. E. Church will meet al the lowing a lengthy conference between courthouse officials. The sales were originally scheduled I for April were adjournrd the last minute by the with the approval of the court. I. fol- Interesting Factional Fights Def- lar to llu- Democratic but1 Four weeks todny voters of tho j hiitely Assured As Lines Are Drawn XKRVAC TREATMENTS For the AL Jimmy's Barber draws steadily Two of the candidates .lefjferson Dinner which will be entirely free of tho dangers which two principal political parties wiil go i fpv governor have named their county held in Washington tomorrow even- lurk for those who on May 17 may to the polls to nominate their re- leaders. Jail Warden l.w L. ing. beginning at o'clock umlef linvp picked n horse speciive cnndidntes for important 'hai ing been chosen for Lieut. Gov. of Mrs. and only their candidate Slate and district offices. Thomas jind Attorney Jos- president of the Women's Democratic Charlevoi has already witnessed cast the pay rhock as well. Lines for the Primary contests in cph Mone-ngahela. for Clun. and president ot the development of fact ionnlifm in torn by serious faction- the of the Republican voters Attorney General Charles J. Mariti- the Y filing Democratic ibolh nnd Republican ulism in the llcuiocratic rank and nre rapidly takinsr as far as the who is lone fight of rnnks as the May IVimary election has been quick appreciate the sig- workers are with seem- against the cfimlidates of closer on the nificnnre of the coming ingly an exactly opposite condition 3 treatments for Fraught with many political'With candidates of its own in the prevailing among the Democrats. GAMES office holders in the Democratic eamn Legislative field and with pressure i know not whether to cnst tbeir mosi cwtain to be made on the fed- the rival Democratic There been no formal announ-' In the sutornatoml contests. Vcmem of lesdi-r for the which hold the center of Katle-Mundy combination RETREADING VULCANIZING Pat's Tire 824 The Auxiliary to Veterans i with the Federal slate or string bscVers and the ststf a former Governor Pinchot is promised though a number of Jones- Avenue. yet oJf Mrs. John S34 Wash- of Foreign Post will with the state organizftfion. A mis- lively is certain here. support with commit and making fheir ANNOUNCEMENT Crftbh ington at oVlock a Card Pnrty in tho Slovak nfnns jobless misery awl Interest is even eroster here ritrht leaders already designated. Attorney has some ialfc she is now at Surt nftcrnocn to attend in a btvdy thejand Tuesday April sibk political ostracism for those than it WAS even one week be- Kohett K. of former towniy road Shop in the 1st National Bank fnMTal the Mrs. Alice sharp. Tiefefts and Uinrh.jpiefcwl wronp. Tho Republican fort- the primrtvy ori Ap- is chairman for Arthur bt' f-olei-ted He to all a member of class. finds subtle simi- ril 1036. .lames. m i. new anrf   

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