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   Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1936, Uniontown, Pennsylvania                               Fayette County's ONLY Morninfl Newspaper...Served by Hra- Associated Press THE MORNING HERALD AVERAGE DAILY NET PAID CIRCULATION TWELVE MONTHS ENDING OCTOBER 1, Every Morning [Except Sundayj At Your Door VOL. 30. NO. 84. UNIONTOWN. PAYETTE COUNTY. PA.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1936 SIXTEEN PAGES TWO CENTS WING OF PLANE RIPPED BEFORE CRASH B CLAIM TWA Superintendent Quotes Miss Granger's Views As to Cause of Fatal Accident GREEN LIGHTS NOT ON PITTSBURGH. April Unitecl StateB Department of Com- merce prohers learnod today from ono of the that "the right wing ripped" a few momenta before TWA's luxury airliner, the Sun Racer, craBh- nd last week oil a mountain near Uniontown, killing 11 and injuring a twelfth fatally. John A. Coll ings of Columbus, O., TWA superintendent for the eastern division, told the committee ap- pointed by Secretary Daniel C. Roper of a conversation at the Union town Hospital with Miss Nellie Granger stewardess aboard the wrecked plane imd one of the two women survivors. He quoted her as saying "1 am posi- tive the right wing ripped; then tho plane shuddered as it will do in rough air." Collings said Miss Granger, "atil somewhat told him a week ago last night of the events immedl ately before tho plane's crash. 'Everyone on tho ho quoted her further, 'was having line time. The four cadets (Valley (Continued on Page Thirteen) Americanization Classes to Parade One of the outstanding groups par tlciputliig In the Americanism Du> parade here May I will comprise mei aud women either foreign born or ol foreign extraction and who are mein bera of the Americanization nighi classes receiving instructions p re par them for acceptance as Amerlcai citizens. In addition to this group are other organizations which have mailed Iholr acceptances within Hie past few days and includet American Legion Pos No. and its Junior American Lo (Continued on Page Thirteen) Somerset News Men Publish Flood Book "Hell and High a saga o the second Johnstown flood by Wl! Ham II, {Bill} Rotlgers, city editor o the Somerset Herald, and Pemi G Dlvely, of tho same paper, has bcei published by the two nowspapermcr It IH a plctorhil resume of the Rt Patrick's Day disaster. The book, a nent 36-page affair gives a brief but accurate account o Johns town's second major dlsaste since tho founding of tho city. Rodgers, a former Johnstown news (ConLlnuccl on Page Thirteen) Kiwanis to Hear State Legislator Roy Furmiui, of Wayuesburg. rei resontativc in tiie State IjOKlslal uill be guest speaker ;U Tlmrsday1 noon-day hnirheon mooting of Uuini town Klwanly. Ilo will bo introduce by J, II. Adainr, Jr., In of Ih propmm, and President Job W. Combs will preside. Fnrnmri, well huown for his abflit as ;t speaker and acfivt as a Qreeii county representative- In the Genera Assembly, is lilao well known in luntown and Kayette county. The public is invitod lo bo proa en nnd hear hid address tho subject o wh irli, Jiowoyer, la fis yet unai Long Nails Pay Eldlerly Chinese SOOCHOW, China. April of elderly Chinese here make a living by growing eight-Inch finger nails for a pat- ent-medicine manufacturer. The nails are .ground Into a powder which" Is the base of a medicine for sore throat. A Soochow fingernail grower is paid enough to enable him to remain absolutely Idle, as the nails must be perfect and have no cracks or other blemishes. The medicine Is prepared as a tiny black pill no larger than a plnhead, Invented many ago by a Soochow physician. His descendants retain the se- cret formula and sell the medi- cine all over China as well as In Japan and the Dutch East Indies. Off to Japan---On a Mission of Peace FLOOD LOANS BILL GOES TO WHITE HOUSE Federal Corporation to Aid Re- habilitation Provided in Meas- ure; Sets Up Big Fund ENGINEERS FOR PROJECTS WASHINGTON. April (AP) Legislation authorizing' the Recon- struction Corporation to- lend up to for rehabilitation work in afi stricken hy floods a nd other catastrophes In 3USD and wn.3 sent to the Whllo House today by Congress. Tho llouso agreed to the conference report on the measure which was ap- proved yesterday by tho Senate. The standing vote in the House was 85 for tho report and 11 against. Tho hill as it passed tho provided the aggregate of tho loans should not exceed hut receded to tho Senate amend 1110311 which fixed tho total ftt Representative Goldsborough, Dem- ocrat, Maryland, of the House con- ferees, explained recent violent storms in tho Houtli wake Ihe Increase necessary. The bill, as It passed the House, authorized loans to "corporations, partnerships or individuals." Tho House agreed to the Senate amend- ment which added "municipalities, or political subdivisions of states, or of their public agencies, including: public school bourd.i unii public school dia- (Contlnucd on Pago Eleven) A group of Veterans of Foreign Warn, headed by Jauioa E. Van Zandt of Altoona, Pa., nro on tho Pacific, carrying friendly greetings to the lighting men of tho Imperial Reservists' Association, whoso guesls they will In the Land of the Rising Sun. Left to right they are Hurry V. Stengel, Waller Daniels, Van JSiimll, C. llctteii- :ourt, R. E. Conway, Dr. O. R. Austin, Col. J. J. Skilliiiiin. Fred S. Ahvard, and Capt. Clmrlua Brown. Stengo ind Daniels accompanied tho group on tho President Jefferson only as far GB Victoria. In tho Inset Is Van Ztindl wavlng a greeting to Seattle, the port from which tho party sailed. REPUBLICAN HIGH COMMAND, LIBERTY EAGUE HIT TALK looscvcU's Hour-Age Limita- tion Proposals Assailed As "Impossible" Uy Leaders UP TROOPS IN PARADE THREE VERDICTS GIVEN IN CIVIL COURT TUESDAY Two Other Cases Near Conclus- ion; Compromise Verdict of Awarded Woman DAY'S NEWS OF COURTS Plane Survivors Resting Quietly Mrs" Ellenatnin nnd Miss Nrollle Oranqor, lono survivors of Uio tragic crash of tho TWA alrtJner oil Chestnut Tltdgo last week, werv report- ed resting quietly in the Umontown Hospital Ijst although Mlsa GraiiRer, who suflored a relapse Sun- day Is slill dented other than her I mine tit ate family. The cvash took )2 11 vns, C. G. dying in tho hospital Monday night from his In- juries. Mrs. ElleusUln'3 condition Is so improved that Dr. William A. Me- Hugh, nsaistoil by Dr. Paul Steele and another I'ittshurgh surpcoti, will i-ndeavor this afternoon to reduce fractures of both legs. The fact that Mrs. Elleiititefn was able to inovu lier Inrt arm above her head reveals that sho had not suffered the fractured shoulder which hail been reared at first. "My wife bcHevea that the crash occurred after the plane got as low (Continued on Page Five) Din Will Be Great as 250 Children Beat 125 Pianos INDIANAPOLIS, Oprll If llttlo Johnny or Slary pound out tbpir iilnuo prnclico loduy with iin- usiutl crcaccniio, ininglne 2fiO llttlo Johnnys and Mnrya nil plnylng pinnoa at Ihe same time itUd In Iho place. Bui no Btroteh of tho Imagination he necesainy in the Buller unl- rorplly Held house an May 3, when 26D yminjjslcvs, ruiih'lim In nfc from eight to 17, will, play In unipoci 12G pianos Uvo phiyer.s at a unlquo concert'aiion.sorcd hy .tha Indiana chapter of Sininrt. Alpha Iota, natioual iiuiHical gorority. The sorority claims thle tho largest mass ptniio enseinhle c-ver-attempted. About a year ago a 100-plauo en- eemlilc wits prcaenled In pkla. TRIMMED ANYWIIEKB. 60 TO IB.OO A AUSLANDBR'S LOVELY WALL PAPERS. Dance Tonite Bill's Place MOROANTOWN ROAD, 3 TO 1 Bill Potter His Orch AH In all, cmbyro T'arterew- la will uart in afternoon mid entiig here, playing In groups of 250 on bpocially-bullL pianos, The stage will almost twice as largo KB a regulation lioor. Tho noUlliouse uynta apiiroximately poraoaa. Prod Wl Iking of Indianapolis, who will direct lh.3 concert, admit led to- dny lie hns "unito ii but Bald "it will bo a thrill lo direct 260 young- sters before sucli u large nudlence." He answer to a ques- 250 pianos will not Bound like Homo Johnnys onil Marys. Sorority leaders said trnlnu Already have been chartered to bring muale lovers from Chicago, Cleveland and Cincinnati, Three verdicts were returned Tues- day and two cases neared conclusion at the aecoud day of the civil torni. Tbe verdicts wera all for modest amounts except for Mrs. Katie Jucob- son of Jefferson township who was awarded a compromise verdict of against John Kentner, the man who killed her husband. Kentnor failed to appear In court to answer a suit for and rather than have the whole Judgment ren- dorod against him hia attorney, Ar- thur Uyriia agreod to The Penn Indemnity Company was awarded wilU Interest In its action against ncvinan Wise on a suit In aaaumpstt. In a third action the South Con- nellavfllo Ltumbcr Company was awarded the sum of for a bill for cement against Abraham Albert. Suit of George A. Kennedy for against Bernard Brunelti, Uniontown realtor, for damages to his car grow- ing out of an automobile accident was started late Tuesday afternoon before Judge H. S. Dumbmild. Sues for Hurts sustained when lie was run down by an .lutumobile belonging to Mrs. C. E. Jind C. Eugene Wlseinger (Continued on Page Thirteen) PLOT TO KIDNAP QUINTS FOILED MONTREAL, Que., April 14. A hwa.rt.ed plot to klclnup tha Dionno ulntuplots was ruvcalcd today by Dr. lan Hoy Dafoo, Ihoir pUysicIun, who s on a visit to Monlrcftlj where ho vns given a civic reception today. Asked whether threritoing loUera mri boon received Dr. Unfoo replied. "No, but we got private Information, hat rin attempt be ma do to steal tho baulos and hold them for He tho ftutird had been In- M'oasod Lo three constables, and tha lulntupleta woro uovcr left, for a moment unguavdod. L B. Dillinger Dies In New Geneva Home Lcandcr D. (Leo) Dillinger, one of the county'H oldeut and best lovetl residents, died Tuesday afternoon April II, in his home at New Geneva. Mr. DiliJnger IB helieved to have suffered a slight stroke last Thursday and yesterday pneuinoiiUL He was born August 30, a son of the late Samuel K. anil Katherino EnU Dillinger. Ills wife, Annie Evans Dillinger, preceding him in denlh July 21. 1S9G. Survlvhiff arc two sons, Dr. Georgu A. DilllnBer, of Pittsburgh; Char Dillingof, New Geneva; and a granddaughter, -Mrs. Albert M. liarr of [MUsburKh. Mr. wan one of tho moat (Continued on Page Thirteen) IJQ'FS 10 Yd. Herder. AUSLANDBIl'S 1.0VBI.Y WAI.L I'APEK. FROM MAINE TO CALIFORNIA TRIMMED ANYWHERE. AUSLANDEU'S LOVELY WALL PAPERS. The Bar CORNER ARCH MAIN All the latest sports results. Ticker service each half Inning. All kinds of beer, wines, liquors. Delicious lunches and sandwiches. RUMMAGE SALE AT THE TEMPLE, TI1UKSDAY AT P. TtMPLlO SISTERHOOD NOTICE TO THE 1'UHLIO Tho onteos of tho physicians who aro members o( thu Uulontown Med leal Association will bo closed each Wednesday afternoon and until further nollcu. For Rent Safe Deposit Lock Boxes In Fire and Burglar proof vault ft and up per year, plna tax. vice from 5 a. m. to 6 p. m. on Bualness Daya. FAYETTE TITLE TRUST BLDG. Easter Dance Adelphla Club Rooma Don eflt St. Thereia church. Syn copatoiji LANDON DRIVE BEING PUSHED BYEX-KANSANS Committee Formed in New York to Help in Campaign in East; Pennsylvania Included WILL COVER TEN STATES NRW YORK, April A committee of former Kantians wan or- guiitzed today to co-ordinate the ucllv- tica of Landon-for-PreHldent graupa ii 10 Eastern Btatea. Eastern headquarters will lio open- ed in New York witlnn a few days, said John D. M. llamillon, national niaiiager of the [irc-oonventlon cam- xilgn for Governor Alt M. banilon of Kansas, who attended tho organiza- tion meeting. Hamilton said the committee would act as "a clearing house" for tho var ous Lahdon organizations now In ex- istence. Brock Pemherton, New York theat- rical producer, was elected chairman of tlio committee. The full member- ship will be announced later. Pemberton wan asked if the organi- zation would have official standing, but before he replied Hamilton said: "J can answer that. I'm the nation- al campaign manager, and the commit Ice is recognized as an official group." (Continued on Page Five) TODAY'S eatKer Partly cloudy, warmer In east and south portions, possibly showers III east portion Wednes- day; Thursday, generally fair; slightly cooler Wednesday night, NOTICE Business now continued as usual Hunt's Jewelry Store 7 W. MAIN ST., UMONTOWN, PA Annual Easter Dance NORTH UNION H. 9. GYM, TUKSDAY, APRIL 14th, 1938. BENEFIT OF ATFILKTIC AfiSO. GEORGE SILVER AND HIS ORCHKSTRA HOURS 8 TILL 1 ADMISSION 60c PER PHRSON ROUND SQUARE DANCE YE Announcement Dr. Martin Snydorman announceit the opening of offlcon for the prac- tice of OrHiodontla at 812 Second National Bnuk Phonn (Practice limited to tho treatment of Irregularities of tha tenth.) COLONEL KNOX TAKING BIG LEAD IN CHICAGO lllnois liiilloting Shows Publish er Ahead of tiornh In Cook County; Election Orderly HOUNER LEADS IN STATI CHICAGO, April (AP) J icavy Indorsement for tho presider tlal aspirations of Colonol Fran Cnox In Cooko county, a record Dcni ocraLfc turnout In Chicago und ct ami Iho possibility of leadership for Uio Jlopiiblk'ii party emerged tonight an (J. O. 1 iiitcomea of Illinois1 heavily 1iallotc  t-asc.H lo ho lu.-ani by ll llonrd of Paroiln.-i. lo rocentl juirolod by the l-'iiyctltj court, Hnckncy linn .Baited at) antiori siKneil lo removo Judffe Thomas 1 Mutl.Hon who sritHencod to prisoi II is chaises Hudson's carupiiixn funt i tr i proimrly I'ejioi'ted ;ind he t'Ot rjualldotl lo .servo. Tne caso is h t ore A 1 1 orn f i en or it I 1 1 ti ea MarfilolLi, a nicntbt-i' of tlm Jiuard r ROOM LOTS THIIITY INCH ItOUtllt PLASTKIl, WALL PAPFRS, BIG HOUSE FOR GIRLS! What happeiiH [o girla helilnd prlso walls? Set- "Hchrjol Kor wit Anno Shirley, Sidney Fox, Toby Wli lit Uio Capllol today and lomorro- Also showInK Gary Cooper and Ann Sten In "Her Wedding Xlght." Sc largo ml on page 11. lioraofl and removed promptly. Phono Unlontow 2101. Plttsbureh Molting Co. S ailvortlBomenl on ClaHsldi-d Pairs. DANCE TONITE DEW DROP INM SWAGGER CLIjn ORCH. STK A M UHIO, DANCE Twp. HlRli School Oym WodncHtlny, April 15. Hnurti Jan darnel U pleco Oreh. Adm. Seeks Restraining Order for Rooster NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 14. S. P. Landl. chancery court for an Injunction to restrain hli neighbor. A. N. from keeping rooiter ho charged from midnight to dawn. Landlt complained It wai tin econd a fowl had disturbed his Kteop. laid Mrt. Landll llanced the first rooster with a rifle and paid the owner dam- age. The new rooster, Landli pro- tested, Is much worse than tho first, crowing louder and more during the night than a normal rooster "and on the night of April 7 crowed 13 times without Intervals." LOCAL SCHOOLS GET STATE AID AND KEEP OPEN Special Meeting of Board to Be Called, However, to Work Out Promptly Refinancing HELP FOR SOUTH UNION WARltlNCTON, April 'ho liiMHilillciin high comnuind and ho Amorlcnn Liberty League liiHhcd oduy In KOpanUe alatemenlrt at prunl ent Hoottevolt's HUggenlion for hour ml limitations lo restore employ nout labeling the propowalH "Imposa! ilo" and as of doubtful legality. With Di-inocrats prnlHiiiK Hie idea his cnnli'uvorsy fiharnd tho cupllal's itiai p intoreat with tho record-break- iij; voto Jti Illinois' primary. Sunl- lyhted was the ballot rneo there be- wofin Colonel Krank Knox und Sena- or Itnrah, of Idaho, Itcpubliuau dontEal canclldalcs. -ens Intorobt WIIH ntirruil by NelirnH- ta'a prlniiiry in which Uoruh vas onleicd alone Iu (he m-eulilocitial >refcrenre eontcHt. Prnaldciit Hooso- ell'a name befovo tlie Demo- rats of both slat OH without appottt- -Ion. littlnK nt Wv. Rtiosovelt'B lion in llaltimovo last nisbt for Bhort- hours Ithoul reducing WUKOB, rutlrlng the IIKB ut about (ifi and tceping IhoBo under 18 In Rirhool, ilotiry I1. Kletcher, cKalrnian of the lie pub I lean National Conimlttco, add- ed to his designation of "ImpuHslhlo" hlH KtMlenient: "lie   hmlrr auloniohilo with side Inn. hirmlug. livetjlork rairtiru; and atliletiiiH ;ind prnbably n lum-jnibliciz'-U trip lo Paris---will Vohmll Meiiuhin, ci-HtH-hilK child foi1 next tvvo years, yolni'li, now III. plans lo "reliro" to .1 California niniiuMin faun unlll No- voniljor, 1DH7. I mil tht-n Ills violin will not In; heard in public. lie will diivoln I In- Inierventng timo lo sliicly, parllculaily. lie possesses ono of I he finest privately owned musical llhrai ion. m exlulonco. Ills iiinblllon, his fnilicr. Mosho, slated and ho son Is sil- ent and Uio fulhor to jnako music his llfo, not mcroly a way "to hack out a living from tho world." The jniriinsi! of the i'MtluT anil son agreed, is lo glvo Ycli'idi anil his sisters, llephzl- and Vallah, a cliance (o "lead n noi-iinil liiV." Vpbudi made his debut when he was nine and has been mora or leas a public ever since. Ho hast Just completed a world lour ot IS months duration during which ho vlslieil the Orient, South Africa, Aus- tralia and mutiv Kuiopeau capitals. The elder Mcnuhin revealed that lleplizlhah, M, whose skill nt tho piano has occasioned almost as mucli comment an hei- brother's violin play- ing, will not become a professional musician, if he can prevent It. Ilophzltmh hns toveral times ap- peared with her brothov In sonata concerts. DANCE TONITE ROUND AND SQUARE AT KNIOHT'S, W. NAT'L, PIKHJ. Bobby Peters, Floor Show, Dancing Nightly. Hotel Auld, Waahlngton, ROXIE PALO AND HIS ORCHESTRA TONITE LUCKY STAR INN GEORGE SILVER AND HIS ORCHESTRA DAW3ON DRIVING PARK DANCE, MONDAY, APRIL 27th SPONSORED BY SACUKD HIOART CHUUCH OF DAWSON, PA, DON'T FORGET DANCE AT SOUTH UNION HIGH FRIDAY, APRIL, 17th, DANCE TONIGHT FAIRWAY INN   

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