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Charleroi Mail, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1945, Charleroi, PennsylvaniaGood evening the reason the War Between the sexes will never end is that there is too much fraternizing with the enemy. 1 established june Nineteen Hundred the weather considerable cloudiness and slightly Wanner today. Generally fair tonight and thursday. Wanner thursday. Volume 89 Washington september 194s four cents sex state trooper confesses killing of wife will retired admits Che King setting fire to bed when she begged for death killing occurred at Greensburg Home sept. A 53-year-old former state confessed mercy Slayer of his sick was scheduled to arrive Here to Day to face charges in a Case which his former buddies of the state police had never marked William the retired troop walked into police Headquarters at Scranton yesterday and blurted out a Story of killing his la choking her and then setting fire to the bed on which she Lay cause she often begged me to kill capt. A. J. Hudock of the greens Burg said today that he could never shake off the belief that the death of mrs. Tevelin was not Acci dental. At an inquest feb. A ver dict of death from Carbon major Burns and Shock was returned. The Coroner s jury found that the fire had started an undetermined were suspicious of Circum stances surrounding mrs. Tevelin s Hudock we were still working on the but it was pretty Tevelin told Walter e. Superintendent of Scranton and an old George Cap Tain of that he was giving himself up because his conscience bothered him and he stand it any the former state police Corporal said he choked his wife and then tossed a lighted cig Aret on the bed and left the House. He said his who believed she was suffering from can had had several operations. At the Tevelin appeared to be just a bereaved Hudock said. Weren t and we had him in several Timus for Hudock said. Always told a straight Story. I thought it a bit too Tevelin s Story then was that he awoke got dressed and lit a cig net. After firing the Furnace in to of nit 4. Patterson is appointed As War Secretary named by president Truman to head nation s War department sept. Capitol Hill resounded today with Praise for the appointment of Rob Ert p. Patterson As Secretary of War and predictions of his speedy confirmation by the Senate. 54-year-old who had served As undersecretary of War since june of was named by president Truman late yesterday to to i hic Highway head visits Monessen tomorrow noon will discuss Post War Highway projections thru this Vicinity councilman discusses Clairton playgrounds explains methods used in get Ting big swimming Pool yesterday at its noon meeting the Charleroi kiwanis club had As its councilman George of who interestingly told of the origination of the playgrounds and swimming Pool now in operation at the Down Ives Community. A committee of Lions and Quot Arians attended the meeting As guests of the kiwanis club in or Der that they might hear of the meth ods used by the Clairton Community in securing and operating the swim Ming Pool a swimming Pool that is said to be outstanding in Western Pennsylvania. The speaker brought with him a number of pictures showing views of the recreational Park and the swim Ming Pool which were shown to the service club members. Or. Howe explained How the idea of the swimming Pool the methods by which the ground was secured and then gave figures to show How it is operated. He said that on to poise Nippon ties is suspended by i Arthur violated press directives also suspended is sept. Has been announced that state Highway commissioner John u. Will visit Monessen tomorrow. At the noon hour he will be at the Johnson restaurant to speak after a luncheon. The committee in charge has plan Ned that there should be at least fifty reservations for the talk of the Highway commissioner is expected to Deal primarily with the construction of a new Highway project to connect this Valley with the dream Highway at new Stanton. Surveys and plans for this connect ing link have been made and have been in the Possession of the state Highway department for some time and it is believed that action is being taken for this important connecting link. Automobile business Industrial executives and members of the Cio Are cordially invited to make reservations in time. The luncheon will be each. This is the first visit of Schroyer to this immediate Section and his pres ence is being looked Forward to with great interest. The state has a big Highway pro Gram for Western and Monessen is fortunate to be in the forefront of this movement. Residents of Belle Vernon Are also requested to make reservations and listen to this address. Hay fever sufferers alone not complaining the Only people not complaining about the Chilly weather of the past few Days Are the Hay fever sufferers. All Day downpour brought the official pollen count for this District Down to Zero. That Means the air right now contains virtually none of the powdery substance so irritating to Hay fever and asthma sufferers. Company stores Are functioning after picketing All Pittsburgh mercantile company stores in the District returned to work pending negotiation on a disagree ment Over the alleged firing of three clerks at the Daisytown store last week. The controversy inter spread to picketing and closing of stores at Denbo and California. The first meeting is expected to be held this week Between representatives of the officials of District and company officials cub pack meeting Here Friday night a meeting of cub pack no. 1 is set for Friday september in the basement of the first Christian Church. This is to be an important meeting and it is urgently requested that All Meny Bers of the pack and their parents be present. Fair weather due tonight after storms River falling after Crest 22.9 feet this morn ing at 7 of sunny september skies Are expected tomorrow and temperatures will be a bit More seasonal after a spell of november bluster. Heavy downpours sent them on on Wahela River higher but there was no threat of danger. The Stream reached u Crest of 22.9 feel at 7 a. M. On the upper gauge of lock no. 4 today and was reported falling steadily this afternoon. Rain weary residents looked for Ward to fair weather after the two Day downpour that exceeded a Norm in month s Supply of Tain. The weather Bureau forecast fail weather for tonight and blaming the water bombardment on a Battle but Kveene Florida Hurricane winds1 and a High pressure area com ing in from the West. After a bitter the High to nire Granville woman released on bail sept. Florence m. Of held for the fatal shoot ing of her Thomas h. In their Home Early sept. Has been released under by order of judge Carl e. Son. The court s action followed a re quest Iby District attorney George p. In which he stated1 that in his opinion offence committed is no More than second degree Mur Der the Granville woman is1 held in the Shotgun slaying of Iver husband that climaxed an argument in their h Onie. Knew he would t escape for says in telling of Dreyer Case District attorney will ask death penalty but Hauser can escape this by entering plea of guilty in a lengthy interview at the Uniontown Hauler went into More detail concerning his Case and i he Sec Emir of Woven around his1 fateful automobile ride Ann Dreyer. In this he told additional de tails those he made oni his concerning his reaction to the his sub sequent and the after math of reaction. His is a psycho logical study and strange Case As facts in the bizarre killing of the pretty City girl readily show. Reader interest in the Hauser Case has not flagged. Since the fateful covery of the girl s body in a Thicket eight Miles from her there has been a growing attraction to the Case. Inert and women in All walks of life have studied the facts and read of the Many details each Day. Hauser feted on birthday in cell sept. By his sweetheart and 30 Frederick e. Confessed Slayer of Anna Elizabeth the Shine celebrated his 19th birthday yesterday in jail. Lail attaches said they had never who Equnn of Ftp Celebration which was launched by the blow ing nut of the candles and included j feast of two birthday roast Cion acts and magazines. Hanser s mrs. Emma baked one cake and his the other. The inless prepared by Ruth love of handles the intimate picture of the sex Sailor in style. Such he never experienced As his list went in under fire to now far Distant beaches in the South a be clouded the 19th birthday anniversary yesterday of Frederick Ewing now in county for whom the common wealth expects to ask the death pen Alty for the attack staying of Fay Ette City s 17-year old Ann Elizabeth Dreyer. But today May be just a Little Dif Ferent behind those grim Bai g for the red haired sex Sailor who is looking Forward to another visit from his mrs. Emma Kroeschel. I Ever get out of he said reckon i la get mar he added Hope she girl comes to see me on my birthday. She s never been Here did t plan Hauser said no defense at Torney been retained for him yet but Puess my Mother will take care of that for he was worried about the publicity Trike vote set thursday supervisory employees to take also planned sept. A Public Healing has been set by the National labor relations Board Here on a petition for a certification of a bargaining agent of supervisory employees at four Jones Laughlin corp. Coal mines. The hearing will be held sept. And the no Job meanwhile is proceed ing with plans for a strike vote and bargaining representative election to be held at the Vesta 5 and 6 -and1 to Morrow. The election was demanded by the supervisory District united1 mine workers of America. Voting on whether or not to strike will be some 175 supervisory pm while about 7 5 clerical and technical workers at the mines will vote on whether they want the supervisory employees Union to represent them. The certification petition filed with the is or b prior to the strike notice. Body of drowned Man is recovered the body of Marion of who drowned in cheat Lake St was recovered at last night by Jacob Batis and Charles Keshoch of car i it is believed that two charges of dynamite set off ire the Lake by an expert shot firer from the Dupont Plant in Morgantown dislodged the body. The body was taken to the Sang Storr funeral Mcclellandtown. Streams Over Banks in Many local areas record rainfall since saturday has sent Many Small streams Over their but no serious condition has yet Arisen. Soil has been so dry that much of this water is readily of sorb de although some Fallowfield town ship pastures were filled with pools of water. Excess precipitation is expected to run off without difficulty. Transport struck by floating mine Pearl sept. Transport uss carrying former prisoners of War from Dairen to was struck by a floating japanese mine recently 100 Miles East of the american Island the Navy announced today. Seen this morning River. Slanted magazines on the Book shelves. Topcoats right in style As the Mercury hovers around 55. Special try our beef Steak sandwiches with onions1 15c. Pete s 614 Mckean ave. Attention democrats Charleroi Democrat committee and Charleroi Democrat candidates spec Ial chartered bus will leave from Squire curled s office promptly at p. For the county Democrat meeting. Raymond j. Chairman. Charleroi Democrat committee. Douglas Mac Arthur today suspended a second Tokyo nip Pon usually regarded as1 a mouthpiece of the japanese govern violating Piess directives. Mara Thui s Headquarters slapped a 24-hour suspension on the English language times for to sub Mit certain1 copy for censorship prior to an official announce ment said. It took effect at p. M. A. M. And will prevent of the thursday morning edition. The action followed by Only a Day suspension for 48 hours of another morning the influential for publishing headlines dispatches violation of Macarthur s directives. Asahi was scheduled to resume publication Friday morning tarring1 an of the e suspension. Asahi had called the american use of the atomic bomb a violation of International Law and had cast doubt on the authenticity of an american report on japanese atrocities. O offending matter which appeared in the Nippon was not disclosed immediately. The japanese mean moved to give Legal effect to Macarthur s various directives to Japan. The official Domei Agency re ported that the government had decided to promulgate an extraordinary Imperial decree automatically legalizing All measures taken by the government at Mae Arthur s orders. Damei said a draft of the decree probably would be submitted to the privy Council tomorrow for approval. Gen. Kenel who Edfield marshal Gen. Sugiyama As commander of the japanes e first paid an official Call on it. Gen. Robert l. Com to state planning Board Man at Monongahela l. J. Research analyst with the Pennsylvania state planning will address Monona City planning commission at a meeting this evening at 8 o clock in City Council Chambers there. Members of City Council and the Board of As Well As a. D. President of Monongahela men s and the press have been invited to attend the meeting. In letters of invitation sent out by the planning it was announced that purpose of the meeting is to have a general get together with those who would have the responsibility of giving consideration to and execution of recommendations of the planning com rainfall yesterday swells local average a total of 1.34 inches of rain fell yesterday in the local making a total two Day rainfall of 2.01 inches. This brought the total rainfall for the first 18 Days of september to As against a september aver age of 3.04 inches. The average is already exceeded by 3.01 with 12 Days of the month yet to go. Microfilming of a mail ends nov. 1 sept. Microfilming of a mail will end about nov. Authoritative sources said. Navy and postal authorities Are expected to make a joint state ment soon on termination of a mail which was begun in to hasten mail delivery to servicemen overseas and to conserve shipping space. Spaghetti Ravioli every thursday 6 til eagles 319 Mckean Register registration for dancing classes starts sept. Between 7 and 9. 716 Lincoln or Call 2053. All types dancing taught. Noise r. Baer. Special try our beef Steak sandwiches with onions1 Pete s 614 Mckean ave. Ordered info labor dept g. M. Hosterman arrives from Milton to assume duties scout executive g. M. Hosterman arrived in Washington this past week As successor to w. Jack Watson As scout executive of the Washington Greene counties Council boy scouts of America. George mull Hosterman was for Merly scout executive of the Susquehanna Valley area Council with Headquarters a a. He leaves g. M. Hosterman a three county area Council in a very Strong having served it since 1930. Or. Hosterman comes very highly recommended for this responsible and is Well qualified to handle the Job according to John n. Chairman of the local coun cil placement committee. Or. Hosterman has had ii Welve years experience As a scout and to Uniontown obtains new Home approvals construction of 25 new Homes in the Uniontown Vicinity has been approved by the War production Board but actual work is being delayed due to the shortage of materials and other directors of the Uniontown chamber of Commerce were informed at their monthly meeting yesterday. Secretary p. Schenck revealed that the building project will be started in various sectors As Early As possible. Appointment of a number of committees was announced by president John y. Chidester. Am vets meet at legion tonight the am vets will hold their regu Lar Semi monthly meeting tonight at o clock at the american legion Headquarters on Fallowfield Avenue. All members Are requested to be present As matters of importance will be brought before them for attention. Daylong conference scheduled Between strikers and manage ment at Kelsey Hayes wheel company Plant walkout is now in its 28th Day sept. To United Auto Union acted today to bring order into its own House and beat government conciliators in settlement of sweeping strike threats in the automobile in Dusty. As a Battery of Federal labor apartment agents was ordered1 into the explosive Detroit labor t. Balw vice scheduled Daylong conferences with strikers management at the Kelsey Hayes wheel . A 28-Day strike of Cio Mem Bers at Kelsey Hayes has forced Ford motor company to suspend production of 19-Io passenger cars in 11 plants. Some Ford employees Ara Idle. This Over dismissal of 12 Union is the major blot on the production1 scene in the Automo Tive Industry. It Drew the govern ment s first As president Truman consolidated Broad labor controls in department of labor. Secretary of labor Lewis Schewel Lenbach said Edgar l. Warren of whom he named As the Klaibor department s number one trouble shooter might tie sent to Detroit for first hand Tion of settlement of the current de mands for wage increases in the Auto Industry. Within a Lew hours after Schwelm Leinbach designated Detroit As _te5ting__ ground for the revitalized labor department s Power Harmony la lot and1 manage there were signs that the strike tension Here was subsiding. Here is tha t. Inter vice president of the to united1 Auto workers and candidate to Fope 1. 0. Evans gives first of rotary vocational briefly tracing the history of Glass to preface a of its Manu technologist with Corning Glass gave the first of a series of Mew vocational talks before his Chiai Leroi today at the noon luncheon1 in the elks dining room. Thru the i rotarians will discuss their vocations Andi professional pursuits for the edification of fellow according to a pro Gram plan of the committee president Don Faust. Or. Evans talk was concise and definitely interesting. He played elements used in Glass Manu facture and brought along two Tare collector s pieces of the Early Ham blown chimneys. Displayed too was a Mould of Rugby Glass which was manufactured1 Here in the Early Days of the Industry some thing which Many rotarians had1 heard Muchi but Seldom viewed. He told of coming s problem Dur ing War restrict orc when use of Many raw elements was forbidden urinate for used in the atomic bomb yet urgency of demand required that pro in the be by Charleroi s biggest War production contributor. Free Corn roast for teen agers at canteen free treat tonight starts at for card holders in canteen d02en of eighty pounds of weiners and 80 dozen buns. That be at any a free Corn roast is to be held tonight at Charleroi s teen age canteen when 600-Odd Mem Bers will be and treated by the canteen management. Supervisor Ralph p Annex to hold the Corn but after Civ suiting 1 Jack Schwartz the canteen directors it was decided to St the of indoors. There was a the weather would Pivot be or someone might be if it was held anywhere but in the Borough doors will open it p. So there will be an. Opportunity to count Heads and get ready. The Cante Eners must be Bona fide members and should1 bring their Blue . It is the Corn Roa St yet staged for the children by the Borough and expenses Are borne from refresh ment Stani proceeds. Supervisor Arrigo stressed that everything on the menu will be without t Cost and Early s Art is advisable so that All members can have plenty of time to eat and enjoy their usual wednes Day night fun. The canteen will close at m p. The usual time. The provisions came in today was some concern Over or 80 dozen ears of Corn cow be Ani everything for we Gimi Utoft

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