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19 Apr 1937

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19 Apr 1937

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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Altoona, Pennsylvania Stock edition the circulation of the Altoona Mirror saturday was 30,595 sir to rot. Weather fair warmer if you have not subscribed to the Altoona Community Chest do so before the Campaign ends tonight. Established june 13, 1874.Altoona, pa., monday evening april 19, 1937. Sixteen pages Price two cent conference makes 4 changes in county appointment of pastors fills vacancy in Llyswen Church and three changes Are made including Bellwood Claysburg and Hollidaysburg in county. Other changes noted in various districts revs. A. S. Fasick e. L. Eslinger and w. G. Steel retire on age while Rev. J. P. Hurlbert of Columbia Avenue Church Tyrone terminates Active duty. \ the appointment of pastors for the churches of the Central Pennsylvania conference of the methodist Church announced late this afternoon before the adjournment in the Grace methodist Church resulted in new pastors coming to Bellwood the Claysburg charge and the first Church in Hollidaysburg with the vacancy at Llyswen filled. Rev. Gordon f. Hinkle of Saxton is transferred to Llyswen. Bellwood gets Rev. T. M. Stone Claysburg charge Rev. W. S. Rose and the Hollidaysburg Rev. M. W. J Young. Following is a Complete roster of the pastors of the Altoona Dis j strict As Well As the changes and re appointments in the churches of the three other districts of the Central Pennsylvania conference j Altoona District. Barnesboro Edward Jackson. Birmingham a. R. Sanderson. Dudley of. A. Lawson. Hastings a. F. Shue. Orbisonia a. R. Mccahan. Patton a. A. Turney. Petersburg a. E. Diehl. Saxtonjr. W. Knittle. Williamsport District. Avis a. W. Winkle Brach. L Cherry tree a. M. Hammond. \ Curwensville a. Vance Green. Fairview Wayne e. North. Glen Campbell and Mahaffey Robert e. Gibson. Jersey Shore a. H. Dougherty. Lock Haven of. J. Geiger. Mill Hall a. E. Holley. Sallads Burgh a. E. Ruth. Salona a. F. Hays. Trout run Marcus l. Landen j Waterville Clyde e. Way. Williamsport cavalry a. L. Miller. Williamsport thirds. B. Bid Lack. Sunbury District. Allenwood a Rev. Benjamin Herold. Beaver Meadows a. J. Schugarts. Duncan a. B. Meloy. Berwick Calvary a. L. Brick. Cata Swissa a. L. Bennett. Elysburg a. L. Phillips. Gordon a. S. Wards. Hazleton St. Paulsy a. E. Clites. Colemont a. E. Search. Miff Linbergh a. E. Brenneman. Millville a. K. Kerstetter. Picture rocks a. A. Price. Catawissa avenues a. B. Barton. Trevorton Nelson a. Thomas. Wilburton a. Helt. Harrisburg District. Concorde a. A. Knox. Fort Loudon of. L. Gordon. Catch Elville Thomas r. Gibson. Gettysburg a. Perry Bucke. Greencastle and Newville Ross g. Kelchner. Camp Curtin a. G. Mccloskey. Hanover to. F. Ripple. 4 Harrisonville John Frehn. Hustontown Nelson h. Frank. A Lewistown first a. E. Johnson. Littlestown a. M. Riley. Mcconnellsburg a s. L. Panne Bacher. Mercersburg a. V. Mussina. It. Holly Springs a. W. Mcmorris. New Oxford of. W. Leidy. Port Royal Howard Fitzgerald. Rehobeth a. F. Hughes. Wrightsville Paul d. Leedy. Yeagertown Rhodes memorial j. M. Brennan. Duke Street Yorkie. H. Whitman. $900 Grant made to Blair Library government is facing i Young violinist deficit of $3,000,000,000 brutally killed make furnaces ready. Iron works at Riddlesburg to Start production about May i. Plans have been completed for the lighting of the fires in the fur to Are dead in dynamite blast lawyers and court Laud useful institution As Board by Lyle c. Wilson staff correspondent. Washington. C., april 13 of managers is named for a fiscal experts today forecast an other $3,000,000,000 Federal deficit As president Roosevelt prepared a revised budget for submission to Congress. Prediction of such a deficit for this fiscal year pointed toward a new tax Bill if the administration is to make Good its Promise of will probated in Michigan 0ponod.bu another year. Appeal will give test to City Scales ruling ministrative personnel. He made talented Public preliminary studies by the Brookings institution which showed payroll costs constitute the largest item of administrative expense Congress headed for a showdown on retrenchment. The first test of sentiment along that line May be reached today when the Senate considers the Harrison Black Bill Al voting $100,000,000 to the states for educational purposes. The administration Hopes to defeat the Bill. Tania Ledlova Naces of the colonial Iron works j mrs. Mary Waszak and nine Dies As result of being terribly beaten with Hammer in studio. Manager and booking agent now in custody for nine years. At Riddlesburg Bedford county on or about May i and a Large Force of men is now engaged in putting the Plant in readiness for operation. This Plant one of the leading Iron manufacturing plants in Central Pennsylvania has been closed some of the furnaces had deteriorated and considerable repair work had to be children perish when fifty Sticks stored in farm cellar explode. Front half of House lifted into the air in the next fiscal period. The supersedes one placed on alternatives would be Economy or ares for the 1937 and 1938 fiscal an upsurge of income from exist years and a request for $1,000,000, ing rates. Too or More to Relief and re business and congressional Lead covery costs in the latter period ers meanwhile made new demands revision of the budget this week for government Economy. Harper Sibley president of the or Roosevelt will submit to con Mischa Ross her teacher is done a government loan for $125, finding of body 0 one miss Gress this week revised budget Fig record Here and which is now expunged. Miss Shofter shown above has served As a methodist deaconess for thirty eight years. She has been granted retirement by the methodist deaconess Hoard. She has been affiliated with the Altoona italian methodist Church for some years. Methodist Yoong people organize judge Marion d. Patterson presiding in the Blair county courts United states chamber of Corn at Hollidaysburg this morning a Merce urged a a very moderate Low proved a Grant of $900 from the ering Quot of the scale of Federal Treasury of the county for the i spending to permit modification of maintenance and Purchase of new the undistributed corporate prof its tax Law. Senator Harry f. Byrd d indicated that he favored Sharp reduction in the governments and instead of in september As usually is the custom was made necessary by a combination of Revenue deficiencies and a tendency in Congress to appropriate Large sums for which or. Roosevelt made no provision in the budget submitted last january. This congressional tendency has been fostered to some extent by White House support of in bldg continued on Page 2, column 2 arrested As he drunk at Home father in Law. Arrives of his first youth formed in books for the Blair county Law Library. Money in the above sum had been provided in the current year budget. In connection with the signing of 1 the Grant judge Patterson stated the local Library is one of the most Complete in the state and expressed pleasure in the fact that so Many lawyers Are availing themselves of the privilege of using it. I members of the bar present joined in the remarks. _ Mil George g. Patterson Secretary final report meeting for interesting ceremonies Mark slaying of his protege and client captains and workers will be held at Penn Alto hotel this evening. Chest solicitors order of Squires to end Campaign instituted Here bulletin. New York april 19.�?an elevator boy today identified Mischa Ross hooking agent As the Man who followed Beautiful Tania i Velova night club violinist into the sound proof studio in which she was beaten to death with a claw Hammer. By Joseph Al. Myler staff correspondent. New Yurk april 19.�?musician Mischa Ross appeared at the Home of his father in Law for the first time in two years Early today and was arrested immediately for questioning concerning the strange too was negotiated and this is being utilized in rehabilitating the Plant. William n. Norman of new York is president of the company and Ralph wills a Young Man of Riddlesburg has been designated As special custodian to look after the governments interests. The new superintendent in charge of operations has arrived at Riddlesburg and is directing repairs. It is understood that an order has been received from Japan that will keep the works in operation for the next two years and it will require a Large Force of men. Big nay Alfleet will ring Spain ing child May give some clue to cause of mysterious explosion. Treasurer of the Library association. Council is stated the resources of the Library last year totalled $959.80 and the connection sum of $753.25 was expended in the a a ,. _ ,. I Purchase of books and supplies with Central Pennsylvania leaving a balance of $200.55 to conference meeting Here. Which May now be addled the $900 induction of youth organization sponsored by knights of Columbus. Final efforts to raise the $19,000 j featured by ceremonies held in conference1 councfl1 omeuiodist1 lawyers As members of the Board pain were being made today As columbian Squires a youth move Gix hour of. Later be died it youth was organized saturday when of managers of the Library Wil workers put Forth their Best efforts men sponsored by Altoona coun even before police w x was of unit to Oak Quay a Neil Mimi Mph to Tel before a a i of Nin manii i appropriation. Judge Patterson announced the needed to attain the goal set tor the morning afternoon and eve appointment of the following the 1937 Community Chest Cam a Ngi an organization known As the Jile Edin the Beautiful girl violinist Tania Ledlova. In a sound proof studio High above times Square miss Ledlova a graduate of the famous Julliard school of music a violinist of unusual Talent was beaten with a claw Hammer. Four hours later she was found unconscious and behind the Wail drapes. More than 250 Vouge Leonle from Ham l. Hicks Robert a. Hender to reach the required total before i no. 551. Knights of Columbus methodist churches in Twenty nine son. Isaiah a Checoine. Robert f. The report meeting to he a a i was Misti tuned in Altoona yes urday a a n Mio Twenty nine boys constituted the charter Roll of the new fraternity. His excellency most Rev. Rich counties met at the first meth Hare and George g. Patterson. The Penn Alto hotel at 6 of clock this Odist Church. Anneal is taken. Opening their sessions saturday a a thirteen agencies which Are do morning the Young people heard Hal Taylor a partner intendant upon the Chest for their inspiring addresses by Bishop the Oal company whose support throughout the coming Hughes Rev. Or. William Anderson i a Ine located one mile East of car vein each suffer some impair of Johnstown Rev. W. Quimby 1 mean Cambria county took an a ment of service if the last Day s of Burnham and Rev. Fred b peal from the iud8ment of Alder Campaign to raise the needed funds Norris of Duncansville. Man Harry c. Mcclellan officiating fails budgets have been trimmed Young people whose Ages Range As police magistrate wherein the to the essentials this year and from 17 to 24 years participated in Cambria county Man was fined further reductions because of Lack i the All Day conference and were $10.80 for failure to have a truck 0f funds will be reflected in the i representative of All Young peo Load of Coal weighed on the City j service which each can give. Pies departments of the method Scales before making his delivery. Workers in the Field organization is Church. A dinner affair brought Naylor states he was arrested on entered the Field following fridays the meeting to a close Rev. Quim april 16 by local police. He avers report meeting determined to hold by giving the address. His mines Are operated under i the Lead they had established Over i other speakers addressing the group were mrs. J. Howard Ake of Williamsport mrs. Harry Welli a ver of Hazleton mrs. L. P. Greena Walt and mrs. Lemont Henninger i both of Harrisburg. Officers elected by the newly or a Gani Zed Council Are president John Swomley of Harrisburg vice i president miss Vivian Doty of j state College Secretary miss Betty Henry of Altoona treasurer Everett Rubendall of Williamsport and advisory Counselor Frank Wei i Ler of Bloomsburg. The Young people will meet each year in connection with the Central Pennsylvania conference sessions. Ere looking tor Ross a percussionist and the manager and booking agent of miss Ledlova. It was he who had encouraged her professional career and it was he who had rented the a re i. Guilfoyle. D., Bishop o sound proof room for her practice the Altoona diocese attended the bulletin. Muskego Wuu april 19.�? authorities believed today that 2�?T/j-year-old Raymond Waszak caused the explosion which scattered his farm Home. The child a battered body was discovered in the basement not far from where 50 pounds of Pyro Tol a Low Grade dynamite had been stored. By United frees i Muskego. Wish a april investigators raked an acre of wreckage today for the body of 3-year-old Raymond Waszak hoping its discovery would give them their first clue to the cause of the dynamite explosion which killed his Mother three Brothers and four warships of Britain France Aisters. Nine including Raymond were Lead. The Only survivor was the begin Effort to limit civil father John who was about to enter the ten room House last night Germany and Italy tonight War. Evening function a banquet at the knights of Columbus Home and delivered an address in which he bestowed his most Hearty approval and Benediction on the new movement of the Catholic youths of the City. The institution of the organization was conducted by a arrives a roaring at 3.30 a. In. Today Ross arrived at the House of his father in Law Nathan Nesselowitz at Monticello 80 Miles from new York. His estranged wife with whom he bulletin. Helsin fors Finland april 19. A defense minister Juho Niukkanen today ordered investigation of charges published in London that Finland is participating in a $10,000,000 gun running scheme to Aid the loyalists in the Spanish civil War. When the fifth Sticks of dynamite stored in its cellar exploded. The dead mrs. Mary Waszak aged 54. John aged 20. Louise aged 18. Lottie aged 16. Eleanor aged ii. Helen aged 12. Frank aged 8. Joseph aged 5. Raymond aged 3. Father is incoherent. The father was incoherent with grief and sheriff s deputies believed it unlikely he would be Abl group from the Mckeesport Council was a roaring under the direction of James crib 1 a month ago miss Ledlova broke Shaw. Off her engagement to her booking another interesting feature of agent who had lured her from continued on Page 2, column 3 liquor violators taken in custody continued on Page 2, column 6 her father in Bridgeport conn., had been told that Ross was an continued on Page 2, column 4 proper regulations and under the the big gifts committee after Trail the events of the Day was an and 1 classical music to the night clubs control and supervision of the state ing them at four of the five daily dress by Joseph Appalucci an department of internal affairs. He i report meetings. Members of the oratorical boy Prodigy from St. Big gifts committee also went o Johns orphanage at Cresson who work with renewed vigor seeking to regain the Lead in the Campaign or to at least match Dollar for Dollar the efforts of the Field workers. The goal of $74,349 set for the current Community Chest Cam by Frederick Kuh staff correspondent. London april 19.�?warships of to explain the explosion even when great Britain France Germany he recovered his composure. To. And Italy and official observers of had been in the barn just before had t lived for two years was Many nac Jons took up posts today the blast. He said he had just there. The waiting police said he j coast of War torn Spain stepped to the barn door prepare and on the Spanish frontiers of j tory to leaving for the House 50 France and Portugal. Feet away when the dynamite sex at Midnight Greenwich mean plodded. A flying Timber struck time 7 p. In. E. S. To they will him he said but he was not instant in the name of Twenty seven Jared. European nations the first Effort position of the bodies indicated state enforcement officers arrest four women and one Man in raids made Over the week end. Phils win first game. Boston april 19.-the Philadelphia Phillies opened the 1937. Baseball season in Victory. Morris pain represents a Low per capita Arnovit Clos Home run in the Lith continued on Page la column 6 consider expulsion. Washington. C., april 19. The executive Council of the inning giving the quakers a 2 to i Triumph Over the Boston bees. Community body completes year to conclude testimony. Washington d. C., april 19. The Senate judiciary committee j of the state a a control Board ended its hearings for today after assisted by other officers on Satur an unprecedentedly Brief Twenty. Day conducted several raids ones minute session. There were Indica Tab Lisments where the liquor Law Lions that Public testimony on the was reported being violated. Four women and one Man were taken j into custody. Two of the women caught also were charged with con ducting disorderly houses. J names woman envoy. Washington d. C.,april 19.�? i american federation of labor As i president Roosevelt today nominal i sem bled privately today to considered mrs. J. Borden Harriman to of 1 calling an emergency convention to United states minister to Norway expel unions affiliated with the second woman to be named to a committee for Industrial organi i major diplomatic Post under the a squad of enforcement officers j nation. I new Deal. Ever made to confine a War by Phy j the family had gathered in on Sical Means within the limits of of the front rooms of the two and the territory in which it is being one half Story House. Just below fought. Them in a half cellar were fifty the ships and men Are to be a Sticks of government manufacture living Wall intended to shut in the de dynamite used for blasting combatants of the Spanish civil stumps. War and keep what is called a the when the dynamite exploded it Little world War from becoming i lifted the front half of the House a big world War. And the roof into the air the by the plan worked out by the rear Wall fell in International non intervention com or. R. E. Boldt Muskego said Mittee Here British and French All of the victims All except Ray organization with member ship in local Chest doing ships will patrol coasts controlled j monju were killed by the expo much for members of continued on Page 2, column 4 negro race Here. By the nationalists and German and j Aion itself. Although the falling italian ships will patrol coasts con rear Wall might have killed any presidents court plan will conclude this week. Mrs. Laramy hurt1 ministers oppose in Auto Accident judiciary change mrs. Mary b. Laramy wife of the Central Pennsylvania meth a Cora Belle Chase was arrested on superintendent r. E. Laramy of the Odist conference today manifested the charge of violating the state City schools was injured in an Auto by majority vote opposition to the is chairman of the publicity com a Little More than a year ago there was organized in Altoona a group known As the Community service association. It sponsors the Booker t. Washington Community Center it is a member of the Altoona Community Chest inc. Its Headquarters is 1801 thirteenth Avenue. Simeon b. Weeks is the executive Secretary. Mrs. Emily Wade is president or. S. Brooks is vice president and mrs. Grace Bell plans completed to pin a Pup ii amp ibo for lava and Folly ving her arrest Mobile mishap last evening at 6.45 proposed changes to the United Mittee. Its Board of managers is in la Vlf id i be was taken before Alderman of clock just outside lock Haven i states supreme court. Composed of Well known local men Frank Berkstresser of the hour and is now a patient in the lock. The vote 76 to 37, affirmed the and women of both races. The institution maintained Middle District of Church of the Brethren to get new Structure. And the report of or. Weeks for the first year an interesting document follows a my arrival Here on feb. 14, 1936, Marks the beginning in Altoona a kind of social work among the with Rev. A. Lawrence Miller of Hanover presiding As temporary conference head in the absence of Bishop Hughes the ministers vol at Martinsburg conducted by the j violating the Law. Middle District of Pennsylvania of the Church of the Brethren. De retirement to four of their fellow members revs. A. S. Fasick continued on Page 2, column 7 in today a t Altoona i Pirrot Abe Martin. B. Forbes. Cartoon by Herb lock Church and fraternal news 7 comics. Crossword Puzzle. County correspondence to or. Morris Fishbein. Editorials. Financial news. Our boarding House 12 out our a. Radio programs. Side glances. 9 sports. 12-13 stories in Stamps that body of i ours this curious world. 3 Fooner Ifie folks. Wait Mason. 8 women a features. J Teeth Ward and held in $1,000 Bai Haven Hospital. Recommendations of a committee Jay for court trial. Elizabeth Smaltz i mrs. Laramy was not seriously composed of revs. A. L. Miller j a arrested at her Home in the fifth j no Rcd it having a laceration of the w. E. Watkins. J. Mck. Reiley Ward was accorded a hearing be Jap and contusions of the Chest and i Charles r. Himes. H. F. Babcock fore Alderman Anthony o Toole of other abrasions and cuts but suf Bart e. Crites George Johnson g. The third Ward and held in $1,000fers More from Shock. Or. Laramy. Boggs and r. Hinkelman. Bail for court. E. H. Pugh taken a was not injured neither was Kath-1 the committee recommendations on a violation charge was fined $25. Been Clark a Friend of the family Ella Whitman also was arrested who had accompanied them to lock plans have been completed and by be enforcement officers and Haven yesterday to return their the construction of the building taken before Alderman f. W. Kim daughter who had spent the week _ _ has been authorized to enlarge them Ltd the eighth Ward. She was end a Ber Home and who is a proposition to increase the num willing to cooperate in every Way Morrison Cove Home for the aged i a $1,000 bail on two counts of teacher in the lock Haven High Ber of members of the United possible to assure Success to this school. States supreme court and movement. Or. Charles d. Rockel or. And mrs. Laramy and their j a whereas it is very extensively explained to me what the negroes of Altoona said they wanted and that was a Community Center and a social Agency combined. A it was three months after my arrival in Altoona before a building was actually secured and this building was not open to activities until july 24, 1936. I did not however continued on Page 5, column i who survived. Six died instantly. Eleanor Louise and Lottie died lat will accuse Ford. Or in the Waukesha Hospital. Washington d. C., april 19. J mystery in explosion. Homer Martin president of the explanation for the explosion United automobile workers Union i appeared immediately. Coroner said today the Union would file j Martin e from said Waszak told charges with the National labor re bpm the dynamite had been left lations Board charging Henry Ford on the farm by the preceding own with alleged violation of the Wager Waszak has owned the farm Ner labor act a within a few sex year. The dynamite had been stored continued on Page 2, column 2 loyalists gain in Teruel drive Hitler would attend economic conference the City charges against those taken in the raids were aired before guest had just started on the return believed that such a proposition the Board of trustees of the Alderman Harry c. Mccellan in trip when a Coupe apparently run if successful would seriously inter Home submitted a proposition to i be court this morning. Some of i continued on Pake 2, column 5 continued on Page la column 6 negroes that for years has been approved by the conference Are As needed. I immediately contacted follows Many agencies to learn their reach whereas there is before the Tion towards this newly organized Congress of the United states the association. I found every agent the District conference in 1936, those who were accused failed to showing the need of additions to a an appearance and they for the Home and the Board was in tested their Security strutted to prepare plans and show the Smaltz woman charged with the approximate Cost of the pro conducting the fifth Ward place As posed building j this was fully covered and a report was submitted to the District conference held at Spring run near Mcveytown last thursday and the plans and report of the trustees were adopted unanimously. The entire Cost of construction and fully equipping the building has been arranged through gifts that a disorderly House was fined $25.80 Fred Fochler and Joseph Donnelly continued on Page 2, column 8 presidents Chance is Good for Victory in court Battle _ by David Lawrence. I from a fight against them Engineer i copyright no. By Altoona mirrored by the Farley political machine i Washington d. A april 19. The vote probably is close today a no question is More frequently not More than 5 to to votes either or More persistently asked of every Way. But the general expectation Topeka kan., april 19.�?the j Washington correspondent than that the Bill transmitted by the government today demanded the this a will the presidents Bill to president with his message to con government to demand death for two gunmen Railroad car orders highest in la years new York april 19.�?Railroad car orders so far this year have been the highest in eleven years and indications Are 1937 May Regis Berlin april 19.�?adolf Hitler _. A it is ready to attend a world economic interest in civil War centers conference if president Roosevelt in entire liner movement or someone of similar authority in encircling movement one George 3, told against rebels in East i the press today after an audience with Hitler. Central Spain. Bulletin. Madrid april 19.�?rebel batteries began a heavy bombardment of Madrid at 3.46 p. Rn., today causing numerous casualties. I by United press Valencia Spain april 19.�? loyalists in a vigorous drive to oust nationalists from their menacing hold on Teruel province in Eastern the Veteran British labor Leader and pacifist who visited Hitler for a a peace talk Quot said a the told me in the conversation that Germany is willing to attend a conference and participate in a United Effort to establish economic cooperation and Mutual understanding among the nations of the world if or. Roosevelt or the head of another great state Tai s the Lead in calling such a temperatures Rise. Summer temperatures were re Central Spain claimed Success on i corded by thermometers at the rail have been made for that purpose Kves of two gunmen who killed a reorganize the supreme court pass. 8iess on feb 5 wil1 be materially tor new High records for the Manu during the past two years so that department of Justice agent. I an it if sol when a altered. The debate has brought a j a a a a Quot when completed All Cost will be United states attorney s. S. J informal polls have been taken out several defects which the awfully met. Alexander prepared to file murder i and several of them published but the plans which Are in the hands ch�rs�3 today Alfred pow j they do not satisfy. The reason is of a. E. Wilt of this City Call for i a and re Bert Suhay who Are held that Many senators Are non com a modern fireproof Structure 27 the county jail at Kansas City. Mittal and As for the House the feet 6 inches by 32 feet and con i he said he wil1 request grand jury understanding is that members Laming eight rooms two bathrooms indic my a Ash a a i Cal a Quot a i Quot do i a Here will not line up till they see a a to 69 Andi he would a i Elbl. And a modern and full Emi inned Mand the death penalty for both the form in which the Bill is pre t0 serve for ten years namely till fruit and vegetable storage cellar prisoners. J seated to the Senate for discussion. By to 79. That would not be Indus the first floor will to off izad As the men Are held for s,ayin8 Why Are so Many senators non "8 Quot Young blood Quot and six old men St Noor win de utilized As Wimberley w Baker 27-year-old committal ? some of them feel they a an be appointed if the proposed Bill Federal agent in shooting their need not antagonize the adminis written at the White House were Way out of a trap set for them in a traction unnecessarily and that a ministration itself will want to Correct. Thus As the measure stands today or. Roosevelt or a future president could appoint a Man at the an office and quarters for a physician and another room will be used As a dispensary and this will be Modernly equipped to meet the continued on Page la column 6 the Topeka Post office last week. Compromise Bill will come out of they were hunted for Bank Rob the Senate committee and thus Bery it i spare them All the grief that comes passed. Some amendment insisting that nobody shall be appointed who is today unless a 10-cents an hour continued on Page la column 5 i wage increase is granted facture and delivery of Railroad equipment William Prescott Watts Railroad Bond expert and Stroud amp co., said in a review today. The review said there was a gradual but revolutionary change in the railway equipment Field through installation of fight weight High tensile steels. Threaten strike. New Brighton pa., april 19. A two Hundred employees of the state Highway department in Beaver county threatened to strike two sectors today. It was asserted officially that loyalists captured Bron Chales and Monarde 25 Miles West of Teruel attacked toward Celada North of Road test department building Over the week end the Mercury rising to 78 degrees saturday afternoon and to 79 degrees yesterday afternoon. The Low temperature last Teruel against stiff resistance and it night was 45 degrees and on Satur bombed Bridges on the Highway Day night was 49 degrees. At noon and Railroad leading from Zaragoza saturday the temperature was 52 a a degrees and at 8.45 o clock this morning the Mercury stood at .58 degrees. And Teruel on the nationalists main line of Supply. There was minor fighting on other fronts Madrid Bilbao on the North coast and in the Cordoba area to the South. Interest entered on the Teruel drive. The present drive is an encircling one intended to isolate Teruel from nationalist bases so that the nationalists holding the important provincial capital can be attacked on All sides. More than forty air planes Are cooperating with the loyalist infantry it was admitted that the nationalists were resisting strongly. Nationalist planes bombarded Barcelona capital of Catalonia in continued on Page 2, column 5 agree on silk Washington d. C., april 13, a the House military affairs committee today tentatively agreed on a strengthened Hill Sheppard Bill to a take the profits out of weather forecast. Washington d. A april 19. A Western Pennsylvania fair tonight. Not so Cool in Southwest portion. Tuesday partly Cloudy Cooter in Central and North portions. Eastern Pennsylvania a generally fair tonight and tuesday. Cooler tuesday night

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