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Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - November 20, 1948, Connellsville, Pennsylvania LAST EDITION Daft FOUR CENTS VOL. 47, NO. 10. a: 11 int. CONNELLSVILLE, PA., SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, 194S. TEN PAGES. COMMUNITY FUND CAMPAIGN ENDS; IN GIFTS Finis will be written to the 1048 financial appeal of the Connclls- vllle Community Fund Associa- tion this evening. Dr. J. Harold Dull, campaign chairman, said this morning that today's request to everyone for an initial, or additional, gift to the fund would be the last effort to boost the total subscribed. "A lot of hard work has been put into the campaign and I can- not fully express my appreciation to those who have stayed with the iob to the end." said Chairman "Dull. "However, I believe the fact that we have now attained has justified the continued effort. Tonight docs end our part In the campaign, but 1C, late- on. someone decides a subscription to the Fund is worthwhile. It will bo gladly accepted." The goal this year was That is the same figure as was soueht a year ago. It was nearly SO.OOQ under-subscribed last year and the participating agencies of the Fund had to operate on cur- tailed budgets. This year, with the Public Health Nursing Service added to the Fund's operating costs, no In- crease in the budget was asked. It yet remains about under- subscribed. However, it Is "up" about over last year. "All of which com- mented President VanDykc W. Humbert, Jr.. "that wo are in about the same position we found ourselves at the end of the 1047 campaign. The additional money subscribed this year will all be necessary for the nursing service and the budgets ot the other agencies will be just as tightly bound as ever. We had hoped to be able to loosen them afte- this campaign but unless n miracle happens and free-will gifts to the Fund office add a couple thousand dollars, this cannot bo." Mrs. Shrallow New Hospital Auxiliary Head Mrs. Louis Shrallow was elected president of-the Women's Auxili- ary to Connellsville State Hospi- tal Wednesday afternoon nt tho Hospital with the president, Mrs. Joseph H. Strawn, in charge. Other officers elected -were.' Vice-Prcsident, Mrs. Paul Miller; recording secretary, Mrs. Fred H. Harrison; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Walter T. Smith, and treas- urer, Mrs. Fred S. Opperman. Vice-Presidents from local cnurches and outlying_ districts follow: Trinity Episcopal, Mrs. J. P. Burnworth. Trinity Lutheran, Mrs. T. C. Pitzer. First Evangelical United Breth- ren. Mrs. William M. Fox. Bnai Bnth Israel, Mrs. M. Zacks Mrs. F. Sternberg. Trinity Reformed, Miss Marga- ret Shupc. Immaculate Conception, Mrs. Continued on Page Eight Holy Name Rally Here Sunday Night, Rev. Lachner Coining Plans have been completed for tnf Holy Name Society rally whith will be held Sunday uvc- in the social hall of Immacu- late Conception Church under sponsorship of the society ot the I. C. congregation. Rev. Paul A. Lachner, diocesan diiector ot Holy Name Society, will be the princi- pal speaker. All male members of the par- are invited to attend. Re- freshments will be served. The rally will begin after the rejjular- 'y scheduled Sunday evening de- motions. Deer Attacks Auto. A deer is reported to have at- tacked the auto ot George Silver, Jr., of Uniontown near Fort Ne- 'essity, causing damage of Tne buck, attracted by the head- lights, tuined and ran toward the <ar, sinking the left fiont fender then battered the door. DOG WAGS TAIL WHEN OWNER'S MOTHER-IN-LAW SHOWS UP FOR VISIT By United Press. COPENHAGEN, Nov. 20. A man was sentenced today to serve 30 days in jail for cruelty to ani- mals. He cut oft his dog's tail, he told the court, because the dog wagged it every time his mother-in-law showed up. MT. PLEASANT MAN KILLED IN SLATE FALL MOUNT PLEASANT, Nov. James Beranek, 87 years old, of 150 Morewood street, was instant- ly killed at 1 o'clock Fiiday after- noon when caught under a fall of slate at the BorU -mine at Cen- tral. He suffcied a crushed hip, a fractuied back and internal in- juries. Mr. Beranek had been employed by the H. C. Flick Coke Company Cor 41 years and by the Bortz Coal Company for the past 11 years. He was a member of the Bohe- mian lodge of Mount Pleasant and Trinity Lutheran Church. He leaves Ins widow, Mis. Jose- phine Sidehammer Beranek; four daughters, Mrs. Alice Mortimore, Mrs. Irene McCracken and Miss Lcona, Mount Pleasant, and Mrs. Grace Sturgeon, Uniontown; four sons. Albeit and James, Jr., Mount Pleasant; William, Stottdale, and Glenn, DuBois; seven brothers, Jo- soph, Mount Pleasant; Frank, Ed- ward, Charles, Andrew and John, Tarr, and Lewis, Gieonsbuig; two sisteis, Miss Josephine, Tarr, and Mrs. Mary Hosky, Pittsburgh, and 13 grandchildren. The body will be taken from the home at noon Monday to Trinity Lutheran Church whcie the funeral service will be held at 1 o'clock that afternoon. Kev. Uussoll McCullough, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be made In Mount Pleasant Ccmeteiy. Mozart Club's Hymn Festival At Lutheran Church Sunday Annual Thanksgiving hymn fes- tival, sponsored by the Club, will be held at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the Trinity Lutheran Church in East Fairview avenue. A varied program of instru- mental, choral and gioup hymn singing has been piepaied and a large vested chorus choir marie up of the combined choirs of Con- nellsville's Protestant chinches will be seated on the plattoim. The public is invited to attend and join in the hymn sing It is, suggested that due to limited seat- ing capacity persons come earlv. The vesper program Is as fol- lows: Prelude, "Now Thank We All Our Ashtoid, Mis.s Pearl Continued on Page Two. Tavern Owner Held In Shooting CONFLUENCE, Nov. men were shot, one fatally, short- ly before 6 P. M. Friday during an altercation at a roadside res- taurant along Route 40, about nine miles from her, just south of the Mnson-Dixon Line, police report- ed. Meno Duisl, 27, single, a woods- man, of GrantsviHe, R. D. 1, died enioute to Price Hospital in Con- fluence with a bullet wound in the abdomen. A patient in the hospital is Vic- tor Hollidny, 32, married, also a woodsman of Grantsville, R. D. 1, who was shot in the aim, a bullet fracturing and shattering his elbow. The pellet creased the abdomen, causing a severe loss of blood but no internal injury. State Police from Pennsylvania and Maryland, who were notified and look up the investigation, said they ariested Andrew Balog Ba- luch, 46, of Addison, R. D. 1, who lives about 100 yards south of the state line. The ofnccis, who ap- pichended Baluch about one mile away neaily two hours after the shooting, said the man had ad- muted the gun play. He was found at the home of a brother, John, near Addison. The shooting occurred in Ba- luch's roadside restaurant, known is Andy's place, at about P. M. Two .38 calibre revolveis wcie used in the shooting. Of- Icers said they were informed .hat the two victims had became aoisterous and made advances to his wife in the roadhouse where- upon Baluch is icported to have ejected them. The owner is also said to have WHrned them not to to the premises. However, when he observed them coming back and approaching the door- way, he is alleged to opened fire with both revolvers. Bnluch was turned over to Maryland au- hontie.s and is being held on an open charge. Durst was dead upon arrival, us abdomen badly riddled by at east two shots from H revolver. Holliday was painfully but nof critically wounded and barring complications probably would be able to leave the hospital in about a week. LOCAL DRAFT BOARD CALLS ONE SELECTEE Local Draft Board No. 66 of. Con- nellsville will send one selectee to he Pittsburgh induction station 'Monday moining for service in the irmed forces. He is Gerald Adel Brown of 505 East Gibson avenue, Connellsville, who will be the local area's initial man called up in the initial call of '.he peacetime draft program. Dawson Postmaster Applications to Be Received Until Dec. 9 The Weather The U. S. Civil Service Com- mission announced an open com- petitive examination to fill the po- sition of postmaster at which pays an annual salaiy of Applications for poisons inter- ested in taking the examination may be tilled up to and includ- ing December 9 in Washington, D. C the commteMon explained. The date of the test will bo de- termined after the applications are tiled and will be hold in Connells- ville. There is also a in the Millsboio post oflloc which pavs Laymen Meet Monday Night Thomas E. Briggs, district man- nger of Bell Telephone Company, will present a movie, "Operation of the Telephone Mon- day night at a dinner meeting in tho V. M. C. A sponsored by the Connellsville Christian Laymen's Association, Rev. Meade M. Snyder, pastor ot the First Evangelical United Biethren Church, will be the principal speaker. The time is o'clock A brief business meeting will be conducted after the piogram. Members of the association and guests are urged to attend as this is an unusual meetinc. Somerset Democrats Will Hold Victory Dinner December 10 Cloudy, windy and becoming (.older with a few brief light ihowors today; mostly cloudy and colder with a few snow Hurries tonight; Sunday partly cloudy and colder with a few snow flurries, mosMy m the north portion is the noon weather forecast for West- ern Pennsylvania. Temperature Record. 1918 1947 Maximum 71 W Minimum 50 :ifi Meaa 46 Luther J. Hauser On Trial Monday On Murder Charge GREEXSBURG. Nov. murder charge is among 114 cases to be up for trial during a one- week term of Westmoreland coun- ty criminal court opening next Monday. The murder charge is against Luther J. Hauser, East Hunting- don township, accused of fatally shooting Sarah Porterficld Betker in her home at Tarr September 1. Hauser said the shooting was ac- cidental. Special to The Courier, j SOMERSET, Nov. 20 The j Somerset Co u n t y Democratic .Committee will hold a victory idinner at 6 P. M. Friday, Decem- jber 10, in Star Hotel at 'Jennertown. Chairman Simon K. Uhl announced. The speaker will be Congressman-elect Anthony Cavalcante of Uniontown. Suspended Term For County Man By United PITTSBURGH. Xov. E. Dozier. Adah, R. D. 1, Fay- ette county, was given an 18 months suspended sentence and placed on probation for three years when he pleaded guilty in Federal court to charges of steal- ing five letters containing S100 in- war bonds and two S20 State re- lief 'KISMET' FAROUK, FARIDA, PHHHT Queen King Fftroiik GOING SEPARATE ways now aro King Farouk and Queen Fartda of Egypt, says a report from Cairo. They were married In 1938, have three The same report says Forouk'i Empress jFawzian. and the Shah of Iran are divorced. (International) POLICE BEGIN FREE AMBULANCE SERVICE NEXT MONTH, COST OF EQUIPMENT The Connellsville Police De- partment has set the middle of December as the tentative date for the beginning erf its free ambulance service. The officers have purchased an ambulance, similar to that which was demonstrated in the city and surrounding community for sev- eral weeks, and delivery is to be made in a day or no. The ambulance, completely equipped, will coat ap- proximately half of which has jeen realired to date. With the order placed and dc- ivory anticipated soon, the police- men reiterated their appeal .to the public for additional financial support so that the vehicle nnd equipment could be paid for. Organisations, groups and in- dividuals may send their checks o Treasurer George C. Johnson it City Hall or can be given to any policeman. Ten of the officers aie near- ng completion of a special train- ng course in nisi aid work and .hese men will be available for imbulance duty at all hours of the day and night to meet any em- ergency. "As soon as the ambulance is wrought hoie and the first aid class Is completed, we'll make otiblic announcement of com- plete particulars of the free scrv- ce to the people in the city and he outlying Treasurer fohnson said. SUFFERS SERIOUS INJURIES WHEN STRUCK BY AUTO MOUNT PLEASANT, Nov. Joseph E. Gazda, 49 years old, ot 12 Low street, was admitted to Memorial Hospital at 10-30 'clock Friday night after he had been struck by a hit-run driver at itandard. Gazda suffered abiasions of the ,ight side of the forehead and light land, the left shoulder and left land, and injuries to the right hip ind right shoulder. His condition was reported as fair this morning. He was bi ought to the hospital by Stephen Vargosko of Greens- burg and Walter Kurpiel of Stand- ard, who found him along the road. Three Men Held For Grand Jury On Robbery Count UNIONTOWN, Nov. men. members of a four-man gang whose wild west tactics a week ago caused a Vanderhp, W. Va man ;o abandon his automobile and dash for safety, were held for ac- tion of the grand jury'by Alder- man Harry Mormon at a hearing. Charles R. Jennings, 19. of Ohiopyle, the fourth defendant, was released on recommendation of State Police. Committed to the county jail on charges of robbery and receiving stolen goods were Clement Burns- worth, 22, of Mill Run road; Wil- liam Boyd, 26, of Lemont Furnace, and Raymond Spade. 29, of Union- town. Police said the suspects were driving along Route 40. forced a car driven by Jacob Kessel, -10, from the highway and the latter abandoned his machine after it struck an embankment. The quar- tet allegedly took Kessel's cloth- ing and suitcases from his ma- chine. 14 AREA MEN ENTER ARMY Fouiteen more area young men have enlisted in the Regular Army and Air Force through the Connellsville Army and Air Force Recruiting Station, according to Master Sergeant Raymond J. Kohler, Jr., NCO m charge. They include: Tornnce V. Leasure, son of Mr. and Mrs. Torance V. Leasure, Mount Pleasant, 2. Joseph P. Pohdora, son of Mrs. Lucy Polidora. 140 North Eleventh .sheet, Connellsville. Donald W. Lane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lane, Connollsvillc. Donald W. Smith, son of Mrs Hester Tccts, Connellsville. Jerome D. Callahan. son of Mrs. Catherine Callahan, Dunbar. Alfred W Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Morgan, Con- nellsville. Earl G. Stoner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur W. Stoner, South Connellsville. Philip J. Meegan, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Meegan, Connellsville. Craig C. Bridcgum, son of Mr. and Mrs John J. Bridcgum, Con- nellsville. John C. Dunston, son ot Harry Dunston. ConnellsvlUe. Edgar S. Parnell, son of Mrs. Edna Parnell. Connellsville. George R. Pratt, son of Mr. and Mrs Herbert Pratt, Uniontown. James E, Riffle, son of Mr. and Mrs Emmitt Riffle, Uniontown. Michael Frnnko. brother of Mis. Mary Minehart, Connells- ville. The local iccruitinjr station, located in the Post Office Build- ing, is open A. M. to 5 P. M. daily except Sundays and from 6 P. M to P. M. every Mon- day. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Anyone desiring information pertaining to the new Regular Army and Air Force Is Invited to see the local recruiting repre- sentative. J. B. Patterson Named President Of Farm Bureau GREENSBURG. Nov. 20. James B. Patterson of Rostravcr township was reelected president of the. Westmoreland County Agricultural Extension Associa- tion at its 33rd annual sessions In the First Methodist Church. Mrs. W. A. Dorsey of Young- wood was named secretary and S MacDonald was chosen treasurer. At Uniontown Hospital. William E. Holt of' Upper Middleiown, Helen Weeder of Lake Lynn, Julia Cooper of Hop- wood. Ellen Buttermore of Star Junction, Velma Sanner of Indian Head, John Malinovsky of Leith and Elizabeth Oliver of Lemont Furnace have been admitted to Uniontown Hospital for treatment. Those discharged, include Jack Sherrin of Uledi and Dolores El- lioti of Uniontown, R. D. 4 EnlKU In Army. Eugene J. Santorella, 20, son of Mrs. Eugene. Santorella of 517 Walnu; street, Mount Pleasant. enlisted in the Army for three years, selecting the Air Force as a branch of service. He is a graduate of Mount Pleasant High School. Santa Greeted By Five Thousand Simultaneous explosions were touched off this morning at City Hall with the arrival of one of the world's gieatest figuies in the person of Santa Ciaus, direct from his chilly North Pole abode. The fellow with the chubby red face, white moustache and whisk- ers and icd flannel attire arrived a month ahead of .schedule in or- der that he might be able to par- ticipate m the opening of the hol- iday gift-buying season. And then, too, the jovinl old fellow wanted to extend a erect- ing to kiddies of the vicinity and tell them of wonderful things they could expect, providing of they behave themselves, and re-i member to be good to other people and not just have others be good to them. Santa arrived nt Conncllsville Airport and was escorted into the city in one of the city's fire trucks. In the absence of Mayor Abe I. Daniels, Santa was greeted by Frnnk R. Sweeney. The Connells- vill High School Band led the pa- rade, featuring Santa, from the West Side through West Crawford avenue, North Pittsburg street and General Principle Of Bernadotte Plan For Palestine Wins Some U.S.Support SECOND SET OK TWINS FOR PT. MAK1OX COt'1'l.E 1 Uy R. H. SHACKFOUD United Prcs-s Staff Conespondent. PAfilS. Nov. United States f.ivor.s the general prlnc- Their secom! set of twin girls ipiils of the Beinadotte plan for in 16 months wns born to Mr. mid Palestine HS a "basis for nojiotia- Mrs.. Louis Pekar of Point ion in Hciskell Memorial Mar- for an Arwb-Jewish settle- Hos- mem, Dr. Philip JesMip, Amer- pital nt Morgantown, W. Va., lean iteleRate. told the United Na- Tucsday. This twins were born lions Political Committee today 58 minutes apurt. The couple has, But Jessup. speaking to clarify fifth child, a son. live years old. the American position on the Holy withheld any flnt I'ndorsc- ment of the nornadotte such ns won given originally by Secrclnrv of State George C. Marshall. Britain Is suppornni; (n full the settlement of the ns- socintlo'i UX Palest He mediator. Count Folke Bei undone, and IMS been veeking American suppoit for the same stand. said tlin) the U. S. op- poses any reduction In the of the Jewish state of Isiael from that eM.-ibli-.heil In the otlfjlnnl Wcst Apple street. A crowd estimated at five thousand was on hand at the City Hall for the arrival of Santa. The jolly merchant of cheer and good fellowship spoke briefly to the children fiom the City Hall rost- rum and then began the task of dealing out favors to the children. Each was given a package of cnndy and popcorn. As the parade began on the West Side at o'clock, hun- dreds of kiddles lined the wall of the City Hnll parking area to catch the first glimpse of Snnta. Hundreds of others edged nlong the sidewalks of North Arch street and West Crawford avenue. As the familiar figure went by, the kiddies sent up a rousing cheer and the old boy waved back gaily. The gift-buying season of the Connell.sviIIc began last night and will continue through the next four week-ends. The extravaganza will with the stores being wind open up for five evenings prior to Christmas. This yenr's program by the mer- chants promises to bo one of the finest yet sponsored. D. V. Shaeffer Succeeds Wolfe With West Penn Doyle V. Shaeffer has been pro- moted to the position of assistant district manager for West Pcnn Power Company at .Connellsville, effective November 10, according to an announcement by J. O. Chambers, operating manager. Mr. ShaclTcr leplaccs James F. Wolfe, who was transferred to the Pitts- burgh office as service s-upcrvisor. Mr. Shaeffer is a 25-year vet- eran witht he oiganization, hav- ing started with Apollo in 1023. West Pcnn He served in chief clerk in Vandcrgrift from 1933 until 1943, when he moved to Kittanning as division chief clerk, which position he has held until moving to Connellsville. REPORT KAI-SHEK WILL CONTINUE COMMUNIST FIGHT NANKING, Nov. issimo Chiang Kai-Shek was re- portedly reliably today to be de- termined to carry on unabated the fight against the Communists rc- gardless of advice that.he seek peace and a coalition government. Chiang was said to have reiter- ated his determination in unmis- takable terms to a delegation of Kuommtang elders and central executive committee members. Dr. Ni Tsing-Yuan, dean of college of arts at the American- endowed Nanking University, said a peace movement had been sup- ported in letters from many civic orangizations and Individuals. Ni was one of 120 Nanking who signed a recent appeal to Chiang and Mao Tse-Tung to re- sume peace talks looking to a coalition government. He said Chiang had not replied, but the movement would continue. Three Babies Born at Hospital Two girls and one boy were born at ConneUsville State Hos- pital. The birth registry showed: Daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fletcher, Indian. Head, o'- clock :ms morning. Daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Basing er, 138 North Twelfth street, o'clock this morning. Son, Mr. and Samuel Lit- jtle, Swaugertown road, o'- I clock nijnt. Nine Dead In Wake Of Storm By United At least nine persons were dead and scores snowbound were marooned houses Mid cars day In the aftermath of a in to- big UN partition plan, unless the re- duction Is "fully acceptable" to the Jews But Jesstip said also thnt If Israeli deshes to keep some of the land It has wiested from the Arabs In Palestine (IghtlnK. they ex- storm that swept actoss the great plains from the Paclllc Const. Hundreds of rescue crews' worked to free and buses Vn'neKotin'tions'with the stuck in snowbanks while others, fought through drifts to reach people trapped on the highways or in homes and schoolhousos. Temperatures hovered near roro in the storm area. The cold- Arabs, The net undone plan have changed the pntlein of the original partition first approval by the UN n year ago, in that it would have given the Negev est epot wns Chadro, Neb., where t area, orlginallv nssigmvl to the mercury was exactly Jewish Mate, to Arabs. Dickinson, N. D. and Sidney, giving Galilee, originally Neb., reported six devices above. nssUnat to Aiabs. to Israel. Minot, N. D., seven above, and) jwaoll leaders have said that Akron, Colo., eight abovo. jthey will not Rive up the The dead included an unidenti- strategic nntt possible oll-ilch lied middle-lifted man found froi-'area of southern Palestine, cn near Springfield. Colo.; man'out a "bloodv flight." Jewish and wife killed In R crash on now control both the slick highway near Montrose. ami Galileo In northern Palestine. Colo.; men who died In snowstorm In the of Washington state; two men killed instantly in a he.idon automobile crash on an icy pavement near Willmar, Minn., a fanner electrocuted in when he touched a live wire blown down by strong winds set up in the .south by tho mid western slorm. of of livestock were killed by storm nnd mimy communities from Minnesota southwest through without powt-r, light or communi- cations. The jitorm losing lie strength rapidly as it movud word H crass Great Lnkei, but weather forecasters warned It might cnuxe considerable havoc It n cured the north At- lantic Seaboard. Heavy snow fell in a broad area acrosk the north central states today. stale highway patrolmen and volunteers were trying to rench a school bus marooned J about 10 o'clock 1'rldiiy niishi. statement In effect torpedoed Hrltlith of push- ing throiiKh the Bernadotte plan as a dcklRn for permanent Pales- tine settlement. The Ameilcan position appeared to be one of backing Tsrnel In her claims to the Negev. but Baying thnt If the Jew- ,lsh ntnte to hold Galilee it must make an nffor of ivjual Inmi from original allotment to the Arnbft. Blaze At Coolspring UNIONTOWN, Nov. 20 e.siimiiled was auiied by a fire which through the Kenwiv Har nnd service Million at the Turnout road Intersection at Coolsprlng at since Thursday morning on county road J 2 miles south of Oak- Thc oriKlnntlng from n "hot patch" machine, pmtlally ley, An unknown number j destroyed two trucks In the of children were ;iboard the bus and authorities hoped the driver had been able to lend them to food and shelter nt some nearby farm house. A Denver-bound Greyhound bus and wieck''J one-story concrete block rirernen from Hop wood and Uniontown battled the for two houn.. Vincent Dillon, 20, of that com- munity, suffered abrasions of both was stalled near Colby, Kans., and when struck bv n nuiomo the fate of Jt.i passengers wns un-'bile, driven by Frmik Mankovlcli known. jof Lemonl Furnnce, ns the vlrllm At Delmont, S. D., snow plows was directing traffic nl the were flghtmtj to reach a country school where 20 children were marooned. Their bus stalled at the storms' height, forcing them to remain at ihe school. The Santa Fc's crack California Limited stenmcd Into Cimnrron. Kans., 22 hours late. Winds thnt I ScoHdale Man's Wedding Annuled By Judge Morrow hit 70 an hour and stalled the train in mountain drift be- UNIONTOWN. Nov. Be- runs in the storm area. "cd Norma Slnriry minor of Literally thousands of automo- biles Intercd mJdwestern high- ways. About 50 cars were stuck between Sioux Falls and Mitchell, S. D. of head of cattle and sheep died in the slorm. Stockmen estimated that sheep were lost ;n the area around Oakley, Kans, alone. Wooddale Local Will Meet Monday Scotldslc, when, he t-M, he knew he had another wife. No other cause was asulgned. The second wedding WHS dated February 25, 1048, In Wesley Scottdale. The first marnaRC performed February 28, J035, In St. Church Browns- Three children were born to Machusko Kerensfci. The name of Steve Kercnxkl used in the first ceremony John In the second. The Annul- ment v.'-u granted by S. John Morrow. In another decree by Judge Mor- row, Cora Mae Doyle of Connells- Tne Wooddale Local, Fsyctte was divorced from Jwnes R. County Fish Game Protective They were married Fc-ta- Association, will meet at 8 o'clock ,2 ml ,n W. Mount Vernon Monday nigh Park. NEW YORK, Gift. Nov. 20.- -Filra Actress Gene TIerney gave birth to her second child, a six-pound girl, on her birthday Friday Va. Dwertlon Is claimed. of Son. Announcement is miide of birth of a baby boy, Kim, Friday, November 12, at West Penn Hos- pital. Pittsburgh, to Mr. and Mrs. William Rictu-r of Allison Park, at the Le Hoy Sanitarium. Mlu Pittsburgh. The baby, tipping the Tierney is the wife of Count at eight pounds, is the ftnrt Casrial. HoIIj-Ji-ood designer.'child in the fonuly and Is a jjreat- grandson of C. L. Mcntzer of tht I _ irwp 'Royal Apartments, North Troop Training. Roy L. Titler of Hiller is zmor-s burg street. The mother Js the for- the 30 new student recruits v.'ho.mcr Miss Imogene Mcntzcr, have started training at Uie Slate daughter of Mr. and Police Training School at K. Menlzwr "-v-y. i' f 3; n- j tj-viVv t

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