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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - February 7, 1939, Bradford, Pennsylvania Kun the sews a the Tot Jem delivered circuit Ion advertising vol the oldest newspaper a the great Bradford Oil Field the Bradford Era to i Aper in m Kean col Xiv Keck Imog the l ski valid news service of the associated press Over 7500 vet paid Daht circulation guaranteed by audit Bureau of circulations Telephone 4131 the Era Telephone number connecting All departments vol. A a established 1877 a a a a a Bradford pa., tuesday mor , february 7, Heo. A a a a a 14 Pades. Price three texts. Flood threat is eased As Rivers begin to recede blow to Hines Spanish government reported ready to surrender to rebels 18 Mill tax rate for 1939 and City poor farm Sale win final approval four reports filed former mayor reveals $1,400 available to Aid financing of Pool project a make appropriation of $297,051 for salary operating items in �?T39 budget. Thousands of refugee return to Homes As Light rain Falls Louisville is Safe health conditions Good in Ohio Valley Eastern Kentucky and West Virginia hit hardest expect Crest of 59 feet today at Cincinnati. It by the associated press Onawa feb 6,-th Ohio River Wiwi Horn flood Esti a Ion nearly half its length taught while weather Bureau a a Arnee of a Quot big margin of safety for Louisville. Ky., lifted fears in tit lower Valley. Light scattered rain fell but refutation work went ahead As thousands of refugees in hardest hit Eastern Kentucky and West Virginia returned to mud strewn bodes. Health conditions remained Good. The Crest moved upon Cincinnati dutch Schultz Flege Rheinier tonight where the Stream copped 5. An gangster that her husband feet five feet above Ood an i and j Hines had conferred crawled toward its indicated of Walls considered a mow to the Tani tomorrow of 58 to 59 feet. Many Leader on trial in new York All Points East of \ Vanceburg. By. In policy cases. District attorney after a Crest of 60.6 feet ten feet Thomas e. Dewey put mrs. Fliegen Long appropriations for salary and above flood and at Maysville. By. Heimer on stand in Surprise move. °peraiin8 items in the 1939 Budge. Flowed to a Rise of Only .05 feet second flood is too much final passage of five ordinances. And Reading of four annual departmental reports featured yesterday s i regular session of City Council at City Hall. Action or discussion on several other matters also marked the hour and a Quarter meeting. I discussion included talk on funds j possibly available for the recreation Park and swimming Pool j commendation of City clerk Mil j dred Cornelius for completion of a special course and suggestion that i or. France Flegenheimer testimony of mrs. Frances Fleg. Neheimer Young widow of Arthur the Cut it might save Mone a a but Quot i ing gasoline in Carload lots. The following ordinances read i by title were Given final passage ordinances approved Bill no. 2. Fixing the 1939 tax rate of 18 Mills Bill no. 3, Mak Philadelphia sheriff wins approval by 43-4 margin in ballot in Senate Adams unconfirmed Ampy j is p % % \ m i \ Ltd Owlett says Senate will act on $22,000,000 appropriation Bill Early friday�?1 will adjourn to give James More time to prepare new budget. After Parle French English ministers meet loyalist official to discuss details i v. Houri. Meteorologist j. L. Kendall Sal at Louisville that with an anticipated top of 34 feet six feet Abov flood the City had a a big margin of a stage of 45 feet would cause major disaster although it went to 57.1 feet in the record 1937 flood. Cincinnati a Crest then was 79.w i s court eke Buten totalling $297,051 Bill no. 4. Pro Viding for the Exchange of eels of property belonging to the City George Wisehart puts out a for Sale sign. Government reported ask ing Little More than a moral guarantees a from rebel leaders diplomats indicate Premier Negrin May favor surrender. By the associated press Perpignan France feb. A the Spanish government was reported ready to sur Render its remaining one fourth of Spain tonight upon were democrats Anthony j. Caval j to the shooting and killing of. ,. Conte Fayette j. Albert Reed. Michael Rich fr., 23, because he obtaining Nom tile slim log Washington John h. Dent West spurned her love. Y Oung Rich washouts Little More than a moral it by the associated press Harrisburg. Feb. 6 the Senate Angeline mar vol j tonight confirmed William j. Angeline Maravola 23, a maid in Hamilton sr., sheriff of Philadel the Michael Rich Home. New phia to serve As state Secretary of Castle pa., has been held on Homi Revenue. Ride charges. According to offic the vote was 43 to 4. Dissenters gals she is said to have confessed abandon Catalonia when the Ohio River neared flood stage at new Albanys ind., across Moreland and c. Hale Sipe Arm shot shortly after it was announced j it re u Mateos i iii., ii a a ii a Kaii ,i non i Cerritto that he would wed another girl. I if front Louisville ky., George Valse Hart decided he had hat enough and Strong posted a a for Sale sign on his new cottage. A former cottage on the this left unconfirmed and to Joe and Catherine Onofrio same site was swept away in the record breaking flood of 1937. In South Bennett Street Bill no. 5, providing for the Sale of the City poor farm property at de Golia to Clara and Roy Salsbury for $10,000 Bill no. 6, amending the firemen a pension ordinance ruling that a firemen s widow the Timu Mapoli weather Bureau Senate refuses to confirm cannot receive benefits unless she reported conditions along the tributary White and Wabash Rivers were a not so a Crest Only four feet above the 40-foot flood Mark win forecast for Cairo in. St the Mouth of the Ohio or the weekend. Ai up River cities named a mop up squads to clean away debris Vita Crew and red Cross workers aided an unofficially estimated 1.500 was his wife at the time of his retirement. Councilman Alfred Mullhaupt or. Reported that t. P. Thompson jr., Valt or att a and a i former mayor had informed him til i i i Luu i Alda i l he has $1,400 which was contribute presidents nominee to Federal Bench by the associated press Washington of a so. 6. Without a word of debate and by the to heavy families within the general Cincin vote of Senate Toda it fund of which or. Thompson Nati area. Scuttled president Roosevelt s rec is treasurer to see if the Money Newport. By. Police reported commendation for filling a District can be turned Over to the City for close to 1,000 families had evacuate judgeship in Virginia. Its municipal recreation parked Low lying Homes across the thus the Veteran senator Carter project. River from Cincinnati and that the Glass and his younger colleague. City clerk commented River front Village of California 20 Harry Byrd. Virginia democrats. Councilman John b. Callahan mites East was Dayton emerged victorious from a lengthy pointed out that he believes the by prepared to care for 200 per fight with the White House and rotary club had the fund in hand the Senate made Plain its intention when it agreed to raise Money to to keep a firm hold on the filling contribute to the City a project. Hearing delayed of those jobs with which its Mem or. Mullhaupt said or. Thompson Pittsburgh. Feb. 2 hearing hers Are directly concerned. Had told him the fund was the in the City s petition to take Over More or less the incidental victim amount left after certain Contri 0aeration of the Keystone hotel of the controversy was former Cor buttons had been returned to delinquent taxes Are paid was portion judge Floyd h. Roberts donors postponed today at the request of of Bristol. Va., appointed by or. J commenting on a letter from cd Ute i Leader averts Dies at succumbs to heart attack following illness of one Days duration de by local citizens for a City swimming Pool and if agreeable with Council he will take up the i matter with the Board of com lived Here 46 years j will meet thursday Merce which sponsored raising of but one selection of governor James to his cabinets Lynn g. Adams As com j missioner of motor police. Some j democrats and labor leaders have j opposed Adams contending he Quot brutalized Quot workers in strikes when he headed the old state to j lice. Democratic opposition to Hamil-1 _ ton crumbled when the Issue came n x p r l to a vote. Cavalcade Reed and a House of Lom oils cheers Sipe uttered blasts about fees Ham j Promise of assistance Barkley Calls recess As non collected As sheriff. A a Piper ,. The sheriffs attorney had sex Wye charges Llort to planned that $10,000 still unclaimed e e Aid to France to guard a a interests avoid policy debate and in Hamiltons Possession would a warning to Italy be distributed to the proper claimants before his Bond expires in 1941. The democrats also voiced of by the associated press the Spanish government foreign minister Julio Alvarez Del Veyo i conferred with the French Ambas Sador to Spain Julies Henry and the British minister Ralph Stevenson in the police station at la Perthus. From other diplomats twas Learned they had discussed 1 the possibility of a government surrender to insurgent general Franco and an end to the two and a half year old civil War. Events move swiftly All of Catalonia having beets abandoned to the insurgents westers Day events moved swiftly to Dan tonight a meeting concerning which All of the principals remained silent had been arranged earlier by Premier Juan Neragin who London feb. 6�?prime minister j later returned to Spain Section to what they called Hamil Chamberlain pledged before a from diplomats it was Learned senator Nye a ton s Quot invasion of the Sanctity of j cheering House of commons to a that Premier Negrino a stand which a one Day illness ended in the by the associated press death of Charles a. Hartburg 64. Washington feb. 6�?senator ,. Of 90 interstate Parkway respect-1 . Accused administration a he Senate the Day he served us Day that any threat to the vital Only wednesday was that the gov leaders today of resorting to Lens the Prema court papers notifying that interests of France would find eminent would fight to the Bitte de resident of this City 46 years. T. Recesses of the Senate to keep the last night at 9.30 o c lot k at Ais explosive Issue of foreign policy he hotel owners. Tit National whirligig Hewi behind the Newt Roosevelt to the District judgeship Clarence Ridley director of the last summer. All sides agreed there Institute of training in municipal was no question of Roberts Quali administration. Chicago written to fictions involved the Issue Sena or. Callahan which was read or. Tors said was simply whether the Callahan said City clerk Cornelius president should be permitted to was Quot worthy of special commend make an appointment to which both tion Quot for his completion of a of the state objected. Respondence course in municipal on the ground that Roberts was finance. The letter informed or. Named to fill the place As a Quot re Callahan that or. Cornelius had i Bukey to them for not supporting received his certificate in the course j administration legislative proposals and praised the latter s work i Glass and Byrd had declared the or. Callahan added that the City j nomination to be a a personally Offen clerk a works on the theory that Sivey to them. No matter How Good things Are in this plea last week won a recon his office there is always room for Washington a a of Bay taker Leader District attorney Tom mentation from the Senate Judici improvement. Headlong plunge Rno the Ary Commilee that the nomination cites report figures Manton incident confirm h Dot approved when it was Call drawing his conclusion from a it Toni private belief that de up in the Senate today Only sen gasoline consumption figures con Cha hot candidate for the cop Ator so Orr sind Neba consistent trained in the annual reports of the presidential nomination that h a supporter of the president had any fire and police departments the burning up. A a defeat pm thing to say and hts remark was department of Parks and sanitary limited to a request for a Roll Call department councilman Peter Mel vote. Drum estimated that Purchase of gasoline by Railroad tank car in Veteran newsman Dies j Stead of by tank truck As at pres new Castle. A. Feb. 6 ply ent would save the City Over $500 Alexander Hazleton Gilmore 72, j annually his Kri i Veteran Newspaperman died Here a motion was passed referring a a a a sexing he has the Home. Cause of death was reported to be heart disease. Or. Hartburg had been employed at the Bovaird and Seyfang manufacturing company Plant Here for the past 40 years As a Molder. He became ill sunday night but planned to go to work yesterday morning As usual. When his wife awakened him for work however. From bursting on the Senate floor. When the Senate met today. Senator Barkley the majority floor Leader hustled it through its routine business and then called for a recess until thursday. There had been every indication that a debate on foreign affairs would pop up. A few minutes later Nye still Ennius. Sitting at his Senate desk told re g. Mason i Britain solidly behind her world body that p. J. Henney Dalle Ghent had resigned. The court War ally. Ordered Henney to quit either the his statement came on a Day of Senate or the Coroner ship of the swiftly moving Spanish develop county. Ments in which Spanish insurgent republicans controlling the legis-1 authorities were reported reliably lature approved in caucus a pro to have informed the British gov postal to adjourn the 1939 session Ern ment their peace terms were for two weeks so governor James i Quot unconditional surrender of would have additional time to pre j Spanish government pare a budget for the 1939-41 Bi-1 it had been authoritatively Dis mass surrenders at Madrid a closed earlier that Britain and Lencia Alicante and other Center Republican France were making a fresh at a of government resistance the Bitte end in the Madrid Valencia Quot Island in Central Spain had changed during the Day. The government was represented As willing to surrender upon receiving Only these guarantees ask no reprisals i. No reprisals against government leaders who would fall into insurgent hands As a result of Owlett. He was a member of the Loyal order of Moose the scandinavian fraternity of America and the molders Union. Born in Sweden october 12. 1874. He came to this country As a Young Man. Widow children survive vide enough Money for the needy a Ker. He a Quot Defeated it it Quot a a deadlines just such cleanup lie mind y fresh in the us trtrikf8 undercover activities of i ambiance to those Man u h Unic office. A Sun s campain Ning for 2�?o�btthepublih has. I. On and the j imag late William h. Gilmore former or. Cornelius for investigation. Quot Field workers and fmfa0 support adjutant general of Vermont and Quot Quot a j3t0 his office Are a pouring had worked on newspapers in it a a from Quot big a a in a h a Macon. A. And ,.on the fun. Mij a Quot one Polit forking chiefly with yesterday. He was the son of the j the matter to or. Meldrum and Council voted to award a contract for the audit of 1938 City a continued on Page two neral will be held tomorrow. Cocup be three weather a to 1 Cloudy Quot rtt portion. Tuesday it Fogt a did shh s d a in read King it f0.0d Hgt Snow at supreme court to review Battle Between Hague Cio matures yesterday 1b Bradford 1 Alc. 2 am 3 a m. 4 am 5 am a am 7 am. B am a a 1� a 11 am noon �?�25 i a a 24 2 pm a 24 3 a 24 4 . A a 24 5 a 24 a 25 7 a a 24 s . A a 2 9 . A a -8 to p a 34 la 5�i Low Washington feb. 6 up a the supreme court will review the Long fight Between mayor Frank Hague and the Cio Over the latter s attempt to hold Public meetings in Jersey City. The High tribunal agreed today to take jurisdiction and ordered an injunction issued against Hague. 41 and other Jersey City officials by. 42 the Federal circuit court at Phila. 44 Delphia be inoperative pending a. 44 final decision. Arguments were. 44 set for february 27. 42 Hague appealed from the injun. 40 tion. Which was granted to the. 40 committee for Industrial Organiza. 40 tion now the Congress of Indus. 40 trial organizations and the Ameri-40 can civil liberties Union. Issues involved Are of Paramount National Hague asserted that the louer court in ruling unconstitutional a City ordinance under which Daniel j. Casey director of Public safety had denied permits for Public meetings. Had misinterpreted a decision by the High tribunal in 1888. The mayor said through his attorneys that Quot this Case in no aspect involves the right to speak assemble or meet Quot the sole Issue x x a he contended. Quot is the extent to which Public streets and places shall be made a forum for Large gatherings of persons upon particular occasions. The injunction grew from a protracted dispute Between Hague and ure in 39 the latter organizations joined in j various labor organizations Over de year ago a ----1-- 44. Asking the supreme court to hear mands for the use of Cit Perks for Tiia Appeal. They pleaded that Quot the i mass meetings. He said he was too ill. He was porters that in his opinion a these j floor Leader in the Senate said the about the House yesterday Long recesses Quot were a evidence of a j 8enera Assembly would remain in widely known Here j desire to see if this thing won t j session until Friday morning this or. Hartburg was widely known i Drift itself week meeting shortly Here. He held the respect and af-1 a but this situation will not be perfection of numerous friends and knitted to die until there is a Clar was highly competent in his Trade if cation of the presidents foreign policy a he added. In addition Nye accused the and until the end of the biennium. May ministration of giving Quot military 33 was introduced in the Housa advantages to foreign nations Over toni8ht the protest of the army a general the measure was Given imme staff and asserted that publication j Diate committee approval. Demo of the record of the Senate Mili-1crats objected to a Reading of the tary affairs committee which has when majority Leader Robert surviving Are his widow. Mrs. I been investigating the Sale of War i Woodside explained the recess Ida Young Hartburg a son. Vie j planes to France would Demon i proposition tor of Rosenberg Tex. Three j Strate this to be True. J a a daughters. Mrs. Irene Saunders a the present Row was precipitate agents join search and miss Mabel Hartburg new red by the French Sale. President York City and mrs. E. E. Peters i Roosevelt called the committee to j of this City a brother. Andrew of the White House last tuesday,1 Niagara Falls a sister mrs. Ma-1 swore the membership to secrecy tilde Hokenson. Sweden three and embarked upon a discussion of grandchildren and several nieces foreign policy. Some of the Mem officials in France met with Brit after mid ish and French envoys night thursday and act on a the pledge of Aid to France was $22,000,000 Relief appropriation. Made just one Day after Publica this Relief Bill calculated to pro tin m Rome of indications that tempt to mediate the civil War and 2. Formal assurances by general subsequently Spanish government j Franco that All italian and German influence would be banished from Spain by the insurgents. Several weeks ago Gen. Franco announced no foreign Power would Premier Mussolini intended to keep his italian troops in Spain after the end of the civil War despite the Promise to take them out at that time if not earlier. Is reply to Bonnet in what seemed a Plain warning to Italy that she could not press have a voice in the affairs of a victorious insurgent Spain immediately after the be Perthus meeting Henry and Stevenson telephoned their foreign offices. It was assumed that the British foreign office would communicate with Gen. Franco immediately. Another meeting of the envoy her colonial claims against France and Alvarez Del Vayo was expect to the Point of War without bring de to take place tonight. For sex convict and girl wanted in murder probe Rochester. N. A feb. Ing All the forces of Britain to Frances Aid. Chamberlain said in reply to a question which was based on a statement by French foreign minister Georges Bonnet Quot according to my information bonnets statement in the French i j 6�?�.-? a chamber of deputies of january 26 Franco spurns offer earlier in London Gen. Franco was reported to have refused to continued on Page two and nephews i hers came away with the distinct Federal sent a a a Ned in the search was that in Case of War in which the body was removed to the j impression that or. Roosevelt pro for John n Howland 25. A the two countries were involved Koch memorial Chapel. Funeral posed to give american assistance rold convict and a 5-> ear old al1 bad Grea Britain arrangements will be announced it the democracies of Europe in irl who d Kappa arc a or. Miss would be at the Deposa of France later. The family has requested i the acquisition of armaments. Maude Horne. 60. Was slam in her just As All forces of France would the Courtesy of no Flowers i so great was the resulting con-1 Milton Bome Frida it Niht be at the disposal of great Britain. Troverso that on Friday the chief authorities were armed with a a this is in Complete accordance suspects identified executive told a press conference warrant charging Howland with with the views of the British gov that foreign policy had undergone 1 degree murder. I Ern ment. Pittsburgh feb. 6 sus no change and still rested upon a basis of neutrality and Trade with All. Peels in a police lineup were identified today by Bank employees As two of three bandits who held up the Rankin Bank and escaped with Dies shovelling Snow $3,000 last saturday. Fri agents i Dubois a. Feb. 6�? up a Strick who questioned the pair and three j in by a heart attack while show other suspects did not disclose j Eling Snow from his sidewalk a j their names which the bandits abandoned in the East end. I Boss nazi chieftain starts tour of italian Colony in Africa Adolf hitlers i time in weeks Over London s Quot Cav 6 ref 9 lout says Boake Carter hers thera Aad everywhere headlines Quot Roosevelt puts our defense Frontier in France Quot Quot americans Frontier on the Rhine Quot Roosevelt ends traditional american policy of neutrality Quot Quot american intervention in Europe has become a a fact a Roosevelt demands Rome feb. 6 up. An automobile in than w. Miller 74. Collapsed and Sorm t chief started today on Illings reaction to Premier Musso secrecy and cessation of Cong res its fled was found died today. He was a retired mine Linin a reported determination to signal criticism of foreign a letter from tour of italian libyans Frontier with French controlled Tunisia while the fascist press warned Britain that rejection of Italy a reported keep his soldiers in Spain until the to the above add these headlines insurgents had won a Quot political Quot As a shades of Woodrow Wilson Well As a Quot military Quot Victory. Return engagement of 1916 Road chamberlains speech was not to War a command engagement a natural aspirations would result published Here today but diplomats of the super colossal failure Mak in a a violent regarding it As the strongest Brit ing the world Safe for demo a the British said i ish support Given France since the racy a special presentation of the you never saw the like of the politicians in this town that Are with j n Gior Nale d italian after pime world War Felt certain it would be great tragedy a a new false Mes the flu. Politicians Are Quick to catch anything that is spread via hand a minister Chamberlain had reaffirm badly received and possibly end the Siah promotes War a or the tragic shakes or kissing. De Anglo French Solidarity in Che Era of Good feeling towards Britain farce. A the cat is out of the dear Era editor Washington d. C. I mean baby kissing of course. As a matter of fact you can to blame House of commons today a knows j which followed chamberlains visit the babies for giving the politicians the flu. The babies of this country j very Well that fascist Italy intends Here january 11-14. Had waited a Long time to strike Back. To pursue her natural aspirations Viktor Lutze the nazi storm course a lot of politicians were thought to have the flu last week to their just realization. J troop chief is to be the guest of when they did no to have it at All. Roosevelt a foreign policy we As just give is it possible then to suppose the governor Halo Balbo in Libya ing them a fever. Government and Chamberlain in j the trip will take Lutze to Gad wherein the supposed promoter of american peace is found pushing America to the jaws of War. Then there were other politicians republicans i think who did t particular contemplate the Alteia take any Stock in the report that Roosevelt had a foreign policy. A the Tive of a violent situation and of Rumor is said Bruce Barton. . The Only thing that spreads As fast As a flu germ is a bad . Joke. Cd 1939/ a yours Cal Ames. On Libya s lag of Tunisia and will keep in the for elapse of All British Home and or ground the Promise Chancellor hit eign policy a j Ler made in his january 30 Reich the press also displayed ii1 Tel Stag addres to Aid Italy in event of ing toward Britain for the test it w a. We pose these questions whose foreign policy life and Frontier with property Are at stake or. Roosevelt a or the american people As a whole who will the Bill and risk their lives Why the secrecy camouflage and subterfuge if a plan is a Good one and report

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