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   Daily News, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1947, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                THE DAILY NEWS HUNTINGDON TUESDAY APRIL is wr PAGE CLEVEH Mrs Jonas Coughenour Mrs Jonas Coughenour agjd 72 died Jier home in Hyndman Bedford County at 8 Sunday morning April 13 1947 Sara Coughenour was born March in Schuvlkill County the daughter of Mrs John Minniqk She is survived by her husband four children Russell Coughen aiir and Mrs Alvene Horner of Hynchnan Ruth Bush of ZJarrett and Charles Coughenour f Burlington West Virginia and Vhe following brothers and sis iers Howard Minnick Corrigan ville Harry Minnick Mt Savage Mrs Alice Harlow Key fior W Mrs Mary Taylor Miss Annie Minnick Mount Union Mrs Ella Twigg Hyndman She was a member of the Hynd man Evangelical United Brethren Church Funcral services were held this Tuesday afternoon at in the church The Rev C E Mil ler officiated Interment was made In the Hyndman cemetery Merrill Cromwell Merrill Cromwell aged 44 years of Maddensville Springfield Towji ship died in the Lewistown Hos pital on Sunday morning April 13 1947 at oclock He was a surgical patient and was admitted to the hospital on March 25th Funeral services will be held a the Walnut Grove Church neai on WedAesday after noon April 16 at 2 oclock Obituary later Mrs Minnie J Jones Mrs Martha E Eward Coud riet wife Fred Coudriet o Ebytown Perry Township Mif fliii County died Saturday Apri 12 1047 in W Black Com munity Hospital at where shr was a patient for fou days She WHS born in Lewistown daughter of Zenas H and Isa belle Edward Eby and was age 29 years Surviving her husband an a daughter Shirley Louise Coud riet at home and two sisters Mrs Elsie Isabelle Gardner o Lewistown and Sirs Raymon Dora inderland of Mill Creel She was a irember of the Firs Baptist CbiuKh Funeral serves were held a the Barchus Home i Lewistown this Tuesday afternoo at 2 oclock by her pastor Joseph F McMullen Burial the Mount Rock Cemetery LICENSES OF 545 DRIVERS WITHDRAWN Charles Milton Rothrock Charles Milton Rothrock 102 outh Second Street Altoona died Monday morning April 14 1947 t oclock at theAltooii iospital after an illness of four veeks He was born July 3 1878 at VlcVeytown a aon of Samuel and Catherine Rothrock He retired s a Middle Division railroad con mctor in 1944 Survivingare his wife Mrs jaura Miller Rothrock a sis er Mrs Grace Schwerdt Lake iiont and four brothers Harry VIoimt Union Frank Chicago John Juniata and Leon iVilliamsport Mr Rothrock was a member of he B of R P R R relief and he Retired Mens association Funeral services be held at he Axe Funeral Home in Altoona Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock n charge of Rev C W Winey ln ierment m Asbury Church Ceme tery Friends are being received at Work To Dislodge Famous Liner From Mud Bank he Axe Funeral Home oclock tils eveninpr after 7 Mrs Fred Coudriet Duringthe week endingApril 4 of Highway Safety withdrew the cards of 545 drivers a decrease of 30 under the preced ing week Of this number 54 were revoked and 491 suspended Opera ting privileges were restored to 204 motorists Licenses of two area drivers were revoked while seven motor Mrs Minnie Jane Jones wife of J Marshall Jones 417 S Divi sion Street Mount Union died at her late home at Monday forenoon Aprh 14 1947 after a stroke ed about two weeks ago Word of her passing brought much sadness to a wide circle of friends She was born July 10 1882 in Mount Union th daughter of Daniel K and Belle Beattj Bowsman She was united in mar riage to J Marshall Jones Oc tober 1 1903 and they have since resided here Mrs Jones hatf been in failing health for everal years but hac seemed in her usual health when stricken She svas a member of the Moun Union Methodist Church where sh was interested in every phase o the work She was a member o Mrs R M Longacres Bibli Class the Womens hociety o Christian Service the Shirleys burg Grange the Democratii Club as well at the Auxiliary o Post No 107 Moun Union She is survived besides her band by one daughter Veda wife of Charles Pagano of Lew is town as well as two grancldaugh teis Wanda and Connie Pagan o One brotlie Cloyd Bowsman o Strodes M Is and two sisters Mrs Eva Cornelius Mount Union and Miss Violet Bowsman o Huntingdon Funeral services will be hel from the lae home Thuisday a oclock and interment will be made in the I O O F Ceme tery at Mount Union The Rev E B Davidson o the First Meth odist Church vill officiate Friends will be recJived afternoon Wed nesday at the 1te honu Lions International Honors Wood Mother Southampton April gingharbor boats hauled to shore oday some of the pas engers of the Queen lizabeth largest ship in the oriel whose Atlantic crossing rom New York ended abruptly n a mud bank outside South aampton harbor The mighty Queen defied all ef orts by a tugboat fleet to haul her off the Brambles Shoal where he ran aground last night only wo miles from shore and 12 miles rom her home dock Hundreds of impatient passen gers lined the Queens rails while 6 tugboats and the liners pro filers vainly churned the water or two hours during the morning ngli tide Refloating were abandoned until evening A number of international notables including British peers and Hollywood celebrities were among the passengers who passed ast night dancing and dining on he stranded liner The Queen Elizabeth appeared o be in no immediate danger She sat even keeled on the mud bank at the mouth of the solent leading nto Southhampton harbor PERSONALS W JW Ramsey of Altoona was a Saturday guest of his brotherin law and sister Mr and Mrs G K Haulman of 435 Thirteenth Street Mirror Photo Mrs Eunice Horton of Wood was acclaimed Queen of theLionesses of Lions International at the District 14E banquet held at Jaffa Mosque in Altoona week Cited by International Presi dent Clifford D Pierce Mrs Horton was honored for the unique record of having ten sons all mem bers of Lions Clubs One of her sons Sheldon Horlon of Saxton is deputy district governor of the Lions Shown in the picture above are J L Salerno president of the Altoona Lions Mr Pierce Mrs Horton and R L Hollenback district president Byrd Comes Home G K Haulman and his sonin law K V Moyer both of Hunt ingdon spent a day recently in Altoona Mr and Mrs Harry G Warner of Arlington Virginia spent the weekend visiting Mrs Warners mother Mrs Elizabeth Gernert of 744 Washington Street ARREST TWO FOR BEDFORD BURGLARIES Marshall Will Reject Russian Substitute Text Two state police officers of the Bedford detail have filed charges of burglary against Franklin Lea port Buck aged 25 and James Henry Weaver aged 22 both of Altoona Police said the defen dants who are being hd in the Blair County jail confessed on Wednesday that they had broken into freight cars at Bedford last December Detainers against the two men have also filed by Bedford County Buck and Weaver were arrest ed in recent weeks by state po lice of the Ant Hills barracks Both admitted freight robberies between Dec 27 and 29 at Bed ford and Claysburg Buckwas held on bail after waiving Looking ruddy and fit after his fourth Antarctic expedition Rear a heanng Jfarch 25 Weaver who Ad jraj Byrd descends the gangplank from the hnrl hnlrl in fthO had earlier been PROTEST WALKOUT i Continued from First Page strike law and pledged to ists had their driving privileges I ward a drive against tap ant to suspended On the revocation list were Merill D R D 1 and Harold Hutchison Hunt ingdonR D 2 both for while intoxicated be launched at meetings here and in Newark today Representatives of both 1 the New Jersey AFL and CIO met driving at the capitol last night to plan Fridays walkout but the meet Suspensions included reckless ing broke up after the unions de drivingvDonald Baer of Mount cided to launch separate cam Unionf Rav Ewing of Petersburg against the antistrike law and Frederick Leco of Mount Snl Siding no defense subrnitte work Beale Flood of Blairs Mills had held in i bail on two charges of bin to which he pleaded guilty T his bail increased by on the back from Little case involving Robert Smith and Carl Sproul state police investigators recov ered a large amount of loot from the BedfordClaysburg robberies on a farm near Blue Knob Buck also admitted a freight car bur glary on or about Nov 12 USS Mt Olympus with Rear Admiral Richard Cruzen The ship docked at the Washington D Naval Gun Factory after its trip BODY QF MISSING SALESMAN FOUND READING WRITING BY H of Mount Union Failure to onehalf of highway James Blair of Huntingdon Driv ing too fast for Steward Grose of Huntingdon One area motorist had his licnnse restored Roy David Logan of Alexandria R D 1 president denied the AFL haoi Manspeaker to guch a plan y edly developed at a meeting Russell the Joinl stnke Strategy PROPOSE Continued from First Page approved by the commission cat led for repeal of the present law permitting justices of the peace aldermen and moyors to commit minors to the Pennsylvania Training School at Morganza and expansion of facilities including the foster home system for care of delinquent children The TSGC recommendation for creation of state psychiatric and psychologicnl clinicswas submit mittee at Newark Saturday TISO SENTENCED TO Continued from First Page parment he waa turned over to the Czech authorities for trial Tisos rodefendants in the months long trial were Sano Mach puppet minister of ior who controlled the dreaded central security office and Fer dinand Dircansky FIVE GIVEN JAIL Continued from First Page Snow Everett to six months in the county jail and pay trd in place of an advisory com a fine of S100 and costs on her mittee proposal which would have Plea of guilty to operating a mo Pittsburgh April body of salesman Geoge H Keesee 43 missing more than a month was found last night in a garage he had rented here The coroners office believed he died of car bon monoxide poisoning Deputy coroners who reported that the ignition of Keesees car still was turned an and the gas line tank empty said the victim might have injured him self and been unable to shut off the motor Keesee was a representative of the Division Vaughn Motor Long Islend N f He had rented room and the gar age Feb 1 He was last seen March 13 WOULD CONTINUE ANTILYNCHINGLAW provide The agency advocated continu ition of the present system for oral administration of foster for dependent and neglected Children turning down foi chp the advisory that minimum irds in field be set by the lute and De iated biennium to ursp counties for part of the cost if their programs Noted Zoologist Dies Santa Monica April runernl arrangements were being nade today for Dr Herbert ipenccr Jennings 79 world am oils zoologist died at a est home here after a years ill icss Dr Jennings was a research at University of Cali ornia at Los Angeles from 3939 mill his health forced him into etirement Prior to that he was at ohns fJopkins University Balti nore Md Palm oil which has many im wiant commercial uses In this being nought troni Bel Him in exchange tor domestic olli tor vehicle while under the influ ence of intoxicating liquor The court directed her release from jail at the end of 30 days provid ing the fine and costs are Paul Henry and Lawrence Wy ley Cuff brothers and Andrew A Lane each was ordered to serve 18 months in Allegheny Work house and pay fines of each and costs when they pleaded guil ty to a morality offense involving a 14yearold Everett girl Pleading guilty to the of from a companion Harry White Hopewell was sen tenced to pay a fine of J100 and costs and was placed on paoie The court was informed that the defendant had made restitution RALPH BUSH IS SLIGHTLY IMPROVED Ralph Bush of 1000 Warm Springs Aienue Huntingdon is resting more comfortably today He suffered ft heart last Wednesday anc1 has been confin ed to his home since that time Mr Bush is a member of the Huntingdon Board of Education and is foreman of the receiving department the J C BUir Company Harriaburg April bill to keep Pennsylvanias Antilynching law from passing out of existence was introduced in the State Sen ate yesterday The measure would retain the present act which provides that all members of lynch mobs be tried for murder and that police officers lax in preventing such crimes be fined or imprison ed for 5 years or both Sen Paul L Crider pham bersburg explained that the pres ent lynch law would lapse when tfce proposed penal code revision is passed The penal code revision does not contain antilynch pro visions Miner Is Killed Wayneaburg April few hours after he returned to work after the twoweek mine shutdown Floyd Dietch 49 oi Fayette City was killed yester day at the ChArtierg mine of the Emerald Coke o Dietch a timberma suffered a broken neck when he was struc by a falling beai V WANTED CARS We are paying market prices for your car No matter how old SWARTZ COAL AND SCRAP MATERIAL 1518 Pffnn St he Mexican character is based on paradox They find sadness in their amusements and joy in their sadness At a Mexican funeral there is singing feasting telling of stories Yet often at their balls melancholy couples will hours without Magdalena Mondragon a young Mexican newspaper woman understands her own race as no outsider could Someday the her first novel is off the beaten track of pop ular fiction but of such unusual quality it shouldnt be overlooked The story deals with a group of people born and raised on the poorest of Mexico Citys outlying garbage dumps The garbage dumps indeed furnish them with their living for from these dumps they salvage the bits of rae metzl paper and KAODALENA MONDRAGON Rartly rottcd whch they sell Miser able as their lot is they have retained their nobility and dignity 33 human beings The events related in Someday the Dream are often horrifying The story is tragic but told with x strange and poetic beauty and the cumulative effect is not de pressing It ends with the death of a young man for the ideals of democracy and liberty he believed in But the author writes Some day the dream of the poor of the wretched of earth of the men of good will who dwell upon the day this dream will become One evening not lony ago Jack Fischer who is at present an editor of Harpers Magazine telephoned home to say he would be late to dinner Why his wife inquired Jack explained that he was in conference with the BookofthcMonth Club people who had just selected his book on Russia Mrs Fischer let out a whoop of congratulations Dont be silly her hus band interjected they pick one every The book Mr Fischer was so modest about is Why They Behave Like Russians and it is the May Bookofthe Month Club selection along with Aurora by Herman Wouk Moscow April of State George Marshall will reject the Russian substitute text for a German disarmament treaty even as a basis of discussion authorita tive sources reported today Marshall went to the Big Four session prepared to ask Soviet Foreign Minister V M Molotov again lor a yes or no answer to his question of Russia want to negotiate now a fourpower military alliance to keep Germany disarmed He was ready to tell Molotov that the Sovietsubstitute for the American draft which Molotov submitted yesterday was entirely unsatisfactory The United States will not even agree for it to be sent to special plenipotentiaries along with the American draft as a basis of dis cusson authoritative SOUIYUK MU i Marshall would report to the coun cil In submitting the Russian ver sion of the fourpower disarma me alliance Molotov injected vir tually alt the disputed points on Germany now before the foreign ministers including a clause which would give the Soviets a voice in a special control regime for the Ruhr Marshalls view was that such issues were extraneous to the American plan which was de signed primarily to eliminate fears of Germanys neighbors ot a resurgence of militarism so that peace treaties could be negotiated without such fears overshadowing the deliberations Marshall will be supported by both the British and the French Warning Issued Harrisburg April The State Senate late yesterday adopted a resolution cautioning Pennsylva nia druggists to use care in sel ling benzedrine to minors The resolution introduced by Sen Anthony J Di Silvestro Phil adelphia pointed out that there were reports of Philadelphia school children purchasing and using the dangerous drug Latin America Seeking Role In Holy Land Debate Lake Success N April 15 20 countries of Latin America will try to swing the balance of power in the United Nations debate of Palestines fu ture it was learned today Key Latin American diplomats here said the 20 countries the biggest single bloc in the UN could be openminded judges in the UNs effort to settle the Holy Land crisis They envisaged the coming months of debate over Palestine as the first big chance for Latin America to increase its prestige and make a large contribution to the United Nations It was likely that the Latin American bloc could determine the fate of any Palestine proposal discussed in the Assembly because important matters require twothirds of the 55 UN voles for approval Some of the American repub lics will actively campaign for seats on the Palestine factfind ing committee which will be nam ed at the special meeting The major decisions will not be taken until fall It was no secret that represen tatives of the five Arab states in the UN have been soliciting Latin American support for their side in the impending Palestine controversy The Arabs want to head off any decision which would give the Jews a foothold in that part of the world Sa far it ap peared no Latin American votes have been promised STOCKS New York April quieted today and prices firmed on the stock market Industrial and railroad ages showed small gains the utility component held its own at yesterdays close First hour sales totaled shares against shares in the same hour Net gains ranged to 2 points over a broad list Du Pont which lost points yesterday back 2Vi to points of the rise and held 2 Best Horg Warner U S Gypsum land Steel Goodrich and Wheel ing Steel were among the stocks rising a point or more Bethlehrm Steel was at up U 8 Steel 67ft up Chrysler 87 tors up General Mo Santa Fe 79 up 13V i New York Central 15 up Montgomery Ward g3 up k Standard Oil iN up iyt Ncw VorJi April is n Allis Clmlnmrs American American American Smelting American Tel Ai Tel American Atlantic llallimore llendlx Aviation Bethlehem Steel Bora Warner Inltime and UPC la Ielanese ONLY EIGHT UNSAFE COAL MINES CLOSED 3 614 llH it 4U4 Hnrrisburg April State Mines Department report ed it was notified late yesterday its Inspectors had certified as safe all except eight of the 108 soft coal its closed as hazard ous by the federal government Fatally Injured Perryopolis April 15 Betty Helms 21 Victoria was fatally injured today when struck by a hitandrun motor ist on Route 51 near here Her companion Joseph Se mon 36 of Perryopolis was renortefl in fair condition in CharleroiMo nessen Hospital 5V4 22 Victory Awards 1 Killed 3 Hurt In Crash Johnstown April ard E Martin 19 Indiana was killed and three others were injured yesterday when their car ran off the highway and turned over six times The injured were Marjorie Coleman 18 reported in serious condition in Johnstown Hospital William B Allison 23 and his brother Floyd 20 All are resi dents of Indiana County Chrysler Commj Cone Xjiir Contuliilated 26A tnnliiipnlal 7j4 Wriijlit SVti Puuolil liontl Slinre 11 ienernl Electric 33yfc general rnods 40 General Motors oSJi Uoodrich 56 Unodycar Creat 39yfa Ciutf Oil 58 Centrnl 21v4 Internatinnal S014 Enternalitmal Nirkel Kfnnecolt Valley Lorillard Mnntcomtery Wnrd 53 National J8Vi National Dniry 29Vt New York Central 15V1 North American 25Vi Northern Pacilic 16 Penn Glass SanH 35 Penn Rullrund 28V4 Pennroari Ihillips 51 Pullman 55V6 Radio Kfrninfrton Hand Republic Steel Sears Itoeiiuck Sinclair Oil KocnnvVacuum Kouthern Railwny 35 SlHlidard Hronds Standard Oil NJ TesaFi United Aircraft United las Improvement II S Steel U H WentinKhnnne Air Hrnke Overland SO 20TH CENTURY CLUB TO MEET WEDNESDAY The Womans 20th Century Club of Mount Union will observe Pub lic Health Week at the meeting Wednesday afternoon at o clock The three county statft health nurses will te special guests of the club They art Miss Pearl Hamilton of Dudley Mrs Thelma Jacobs Miller of Hunting don and Mrs Helen Stilley Donald son Mount Union Guest speakers will also be sent at the meeting to speak a bout Health Week Another spec ial feature of the session will the election of officers Tea will be served at the close of the pro gram On Wednesday April 23 Womans Club will serve teg at the Mount Union State Health Clinic Two new bronze medals above will soon be ready for distribu tion to veterans At top is the World War II Victory Medn which will go to veterans who served from Dec 7 1941 to Dec 31 1946 The American Defense Service Medal below goes to those who served between Sept R 1930 and Dec 7 Chicago Attorney Killed in Havana TO HOLD HEARING Continued from First Page HOUSE GROUP SLAPS SUBPENA ON PETRtLLO Washington April House Labor Committee has slap ped a subpena on Music Czar James C Petrillo to get an ac count of the operations of his powerful American Federation of Musicians No date for his appearance has been set ut committee chair man Fred A Hartely N said the subpena would pre vent the union boss from carrying out his plans to sail for Europe April 27 Hartley would not hear Petrillo until the Supreme Court rules on the constitutionality of the Lea Act passed by the last Congress to pre vent the musicians union from forcing radio stations to hire more musicians than they need Actress Much Better Hollywood April 15 Actress Hedy Lamarr today was pro nounced much better a blood transfusion administered yesterday to combat an attack of bronchial pneumonia following the caesarean birth of her sec committee ond child a month John Lester Mee 33 Chicago attorney shot fatally aboard his yacht the Satira in Havana Harbor is shown dancing with his wife Mary Dixon Mee in Chicago prior to taking the Caribbean vacation trip with his friend and coowner of tho yacht Charles Jackson 27 Patricia Schmidt 21 dancer from Toledo billed as Satira the yacht was named is accused in tht killing Stank said the committee would ask Maize for a report on the ex plosion at Exeter last week which took the lives of nine miners and Injured nine others Maize said state mine Inspectors have refused to authorize opening of two bituminous mines closed ns unsafe by the federal government and have condemned of six other workings He refused to disclose which mines were declared hazardous or lo estimate what changes must be made before could DS approved REVIEWS HEARD AT BOOK CLUB MEETING The April meeting of thft Alex andria Book Club was held on Thursday nfternron April 10 in the childrons room of theMe morial Public Library Mrs GUJI Neff reviewed Ferris Grenslets The Lowells And Their and Mrs John Miller gave a review on Lydia Bailey by Kenneth Roberts The hostesses for the afternoor Mrs Henry Grove and Mrs William Woolverton Treasury Report Washington April ment expenses and receipts for the current fiscal year through April 11 expenses receipts sur plus cash baj anre public debt gold reserve SCRAP IRON We need lots of scrap iron batteries rags brass copper old burlap bags good or worn out beef hides Pay ing market prices SWARTZ COAL AND SCRAP MATERIAL 151S Perm St v   

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