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Daily Leader-Times (Newspaper) - April 1, 1950, Kittanning, Pennsylvania Thought for the Day dont forget to enjoy going to Church Simpsons daily Leader Pennsylvania state education big urary 7150 county daily paper 77 weather Western Pennsylvania Cloudy and Windy with occasional rain in East portion High today near Low in inid30s sunday partly Cloudy and some what saturday april 1950 10 pages today never fivi Cinti says Lattim Graff sends quakers to workhouse former Allegheny authority sentenced for Auto deaths of three persons hits British reds april couriered of Drunken driving and involuntary Man Slaughter in the death of three Ner was sentenced to three years la the Allegheny county work House maximum sentence for the former county housing authority manager would have been 12 Vears in prison and in visiting judge Frank Graff sentenced Qualters to three years each on the Drunken driving count and three counts of but the sentences Are to run cos defense attorney Roy Clunk asked for producing a letter from stations that quarters has quakers car ran off the Road pet end hit four people in s trailer killed in the Accident were Mary Jarvis and her Ray Pitts arc their Vivian Jar vis was injured quilters at his trial that fell asleep from the effects of drags in cough Medicine he had was denied a new trial last communists Are entrenched in Public service and other import ant branches of Public life in says lord urging in London an fallout anticommunist Campaign in he said he did not want his remarks confused with tie Ballyhoo of senator referring to the wis Consin republicans charges of reds in the United states state International population count begun census expected to show greatest Rise in any farming decline census underway just off Edge of the West by night seen urns to death i retired Clarion coun j to lumber workers body found f Oksin an old Story says thai the weather on the Friday of the month governs the weather for the Fol lowing and if Ann Strong count ians win be Havins May Bright Spring Days during april the forecast for tonight Doert seep to tradition with a prediction of rain and Windy to alg and Cloudy and Cool yesterday met so the Stre Ifica tons of a Spring Day but the this morning Loo Fred Gray and rain fell occasionally through today and jul continue the yesterday moved from a few of 20 degrees at 7 to 45 Clurin when West Down the Mercury followed it and a of 26 at 1 today Reading was 39 at 7 Oclock this High today was near Low is expected to fall in the mid officers named by congregation the annual meeting of the United congregation was held Snoey reports of to tort vere and a Nisan or of items of routine cosiness wars Dis cussed and acted of cers elected to serve Fother year were Orrille Congaree Nonal in Sinanan mis Eazel Gib congregational Secretary Raip treasurer miss assistant tres sorer Omune Orean is Raip assistant organist Joseph head ush trustees elected to serve for three years Ware Isaac Paol Faustsr and saw arc Rural Apollo Man amputated thumb Frank a self employed contractor Apollo i buffered loss of his left thumb thurs Day when he caught the tvs sir in a Power he was treated in citizens Gen Era new but was Able to return to his i a april retired lumber wors was burned to death late yesterday when his clothes caught f Ine irom a Coal stove in his Cabin i four nines North of j his body was discovered outside j the Cabin less than 10 feet from i the Spring he apparently tried to reach to quench the valances clothes were still soldering when he was found by j a Winfield who investigated after he saw flames com Frog from the Cabin Walters said the Cabin and Brush around it were he started j to the Spring for water to put out the just before he reached he stumbled Over the badly burned body of the i Clarion county District attorney aeons As ruled the death accidental and said no inquest win be Geary said the fire evidently started when Dev Plasce tried to use Oil or kerosene to hasten the fire in his Coal i the victims Bud Wilshire of Clarion said Valance Nad spent the Winter in a i Canon hotel and returned to the located near last Sun i j worked As Lumberman Jana craftsman on the Clarion River j wire retiring several ears j leaders of sunday i school told duties r officers and teachers of the i act presbyterian sunday school i in attendance at dinner night at Oclock in the april the census Bureau began today a monthlong task of asking Ameri cans some the once decade census of housing and agriculture is expected to show that the population of the United states has grown faster since 1940 than in any other decade and has now reached there Are proportionately More married persons now than in because of the the farm population is continuing to employment of women is in congressional representation of about a third of the states will be changed in the 83rd census Cureto Roy called the counting Job one of the greatest peacetime democratic undertakings in american to make things he everyone should cooperate with the Boreau in doing the Job As quietly completely and effectively As Dos eel will direct about part tune workers in addition to his regular census Bureau staff of 2 00 ninety per cent of the temporary including 145 000 will work a month or but some will stay on the payroll until the entire Job of Tab Olaf Inland analysing the statistics j 2s completed at the end of i the enumerators planned to visit same of the Fin their first Day of in the nest web Cravei Atout j of Miles in an Effort to gather information about every House and not t h or is trom the inward Helen l Mabbott and John Mccloskey Are hoisted up to Rocky Farallo 22 Miles offshore from san to Register 17 coast guard Cutter taxi Waits at left Cherry Blossom festival without Flowers foreign Aid program approved by House in Bis City apartment the j Jod be relatively but in i 1 places have one official i the task is a census takers night Mare j in the Pribilof islands and the the fish and Wildi me service win have to take Over census taking As a sideline to its Survey of seals and furs in the area l0n the alaskan Yukon Botier annexing indians Are being a nut Era Tea by school teachers and i since they have been i i interviewing tribal Heads come to trading j the Bureau also Hopes to reach i put put Fri nru3t5e j Naohi in Southeast 7 dog sleds and setup includes 01 i chinese speaking enumerators who j jul Garner Funfor ration on an Esu mated residents of i the largest chinese settlement in the shows slight gain condition of James averse resident who a j pneumonia patient in the Arm j Strong county Hospital showed a 1 slight improvement this i he is Sisi in an oxygen april congressional leaders said to Day president Truman for eign policy received a Power Ful shot in the Arm through Housen approval of the economic Aid they looked for an Early Senate approval of companion legislation speaker Sam Eay Byrd said that by furnishing economic Aid to foreign countries in the immediate future the United states May be preventing a War on american soil a Little in urging his colleagues in the House to approve the for eign Aid Rayburn argued that the nest War will be fought in the Western hemisphere unless we have some place for a footing on Continental give them economic he so in years to come when we need friends and god knows Well need them will be after hearing the solemn warnings of Rayburn and other democratic Well As the warm supper1 f some re publicans the Fouse overwhelming approval of the big foreign Aid program for fiscal 195l the Roll Call on passage was 287 to 20yearold Brunette reigns Over ten Days ahead of blossoming april j capitals annual Cherry festival was in full swing i and the tourists agreed there i was Only one thing wrong a Rich it there was nary Cherry Blossom in horticulturists said because of the recent Winter the world famous japanese Cherry Trees along the Potomac probably would not Blossom for another week or 110 the festival had everything to make it a in eluding a Queen to reign Over she Kas miss Joan Russell of Ham a 20 year old was chosen i Queen last night when her number j came up on a giant Vrmeer of for she was competing with 50 i other Cherry Blossom princesses i represent ing each stat of the Union the territories of payments to sch tool districts approved auditor general hey Burn announced today that lie has approved payments to three school districts in Armstrong pay ments Are made semiannually for the support of Public the Armstrong county payments were among 53 to second and third class school districts in Alle Adams and Kittanning Borough received the highest payment in the county of Ford City received and town ship United nations agent denies Mccarthy claim to Airport reporters educator Diplomat scheduled to appear tuesday before Senate committee new budget chief n be of the superintendent to Cussi speaker for the dinner mar Ira of the St presbyterian Church of Ford he outlined the duties of s and enumerated number ways Fay which a lesson May be j presented to following the address there was a discussion in which members of the Gro Irp thirty four i the weather air temperatures and River stages recorded at tha government observation Allegheny River for the 24hour period ending saturday morning 7 Friday 10 pm 4 1 so 10 1 saturday 20 37 46 46 Ufi 30 39 i lawyers condition described critical the condition of attorney Wade who has been patients in the Armstrong county hos Pital for the past few was described today by Hospital authorities As critical his condition had shown some improvement o7er what it was at i the rime he was he a suffering from a heart fall hurts prove fatal j Hawaii and puerto i she is the daughter of William j Woodren of vice president i in charge of Public relations of the i Southern England Telephone i Secretary of Navy Francis i Matthews was scheduled to Crown j the Queen at today opening Page i ant in the outdoor watergate the the pageant includes a musical sprang is a wonderful the pageant will be repeated to j Morrow during the final Day of the the Cherry Blossom committee predicted some would watch the show Over the Kittanning Telephone its subscriber lists doubled since added More than customers last year but still didst get phones to All the people who wanted Ben company general manager said today that about 000 unfilled orders for Telephone service were on company books at the Start of the he added that the company is biting into this or Der backlog As rapidly As possible last years net gain of sub scribers was accomplished with the installation of the additions increased to the to Tal number of subscribers on the the figure was slightly More than double the 1940 customer total of by the end of the num Ber had increased to Schotte pointed out that growth of the local firm has closely paralleled that Bell Telephone company Over the past the nationwide Bell system increased the number of its customers from 16 million to 33 million in the 1940 5c new april Owen Lattimore denied today that he is or Ever has been a communist on his arrival by plane from a United nations Mission to Afghanistan to defend himself a against Joseph Mccarthy Lattimore angrily told newsmen he had unutterable contempt for the Wisconsin Republican As he stepped off a British overseas air ways plane at the new York inter National Airport after a flight from i am not going to say anything More at this moment about that base and miserable lat timbre i want to say that of course l am not a nor a fellow nor have i Ever first thing i have to do is to catch up on All the details in connection with m c c a r t h is you know my unutterable contempt for Lattimore was greeted by Nis and his 19yearold a Sophomore at har Vard he refused to answer any questions and left the Neld with his Lattimore said the educator Diplomat would hold a press conference at 3 former undersecretary of the said his firm had Lattimore to assist in the Lattimore is scheduled to appear before the Senate foreign relations subcommittee next tuesday to answer Mccarthy accusation that be was top espionage agent in the state Fortas said the committee had informed him that Lattimore could delay his appearance in View of the fact that be had arrived from Afghanistan later than he Lattimore was delayed by Oad weather at the Ireland Airport for 20 hours he took off from Shannon yesterday afternoon and made the trip Here by Way of he appeared to be very to thankful to be Back m am Erica where i shall get a fair hear he police plan Speed Toufi Towton River stages upper fitting fall of feet lower falling fall of 23 Al scan expert Frederick Lawten above has teen selected by presi i chuckle i the new director i of the it was a announced at presidents vacation resort St Kay now Afi staut i Lawton will take Over budget director Trank of of the in emotional Foreman con excavation you think you Are fit for really hard applicant some of the Best judges in the country have thought Armstrong county Ward issued a death certificate m t it wort showing feat Steve of 213 i i i u i i a v Queen died in i h 11 the Armstrong county Hospital Fri Day afternoon at As a result of concussion sustained in a fan Down the stairs of his the Accident occurred about 4 o clock that i it it believed that the dead Man made a misstep and plunged Down f the length of the stairway from the j second to the first floor of his i he was removed by ambulance to i the Armstrong county where he died five hours confirms dec nomination april Senate today confirmed the Nomi nation of Thomas new York to be a member of the atomic Energy commission Murray will fill the commission not the chairmanship vacated last 15 by David Trie nomination was confirmed without a dissenting reports made to Worthington Hospital after Denly yesterday Marion l daughter of and John Shoffner of 338 Allegheny was taken to municipal after becoming ill about 3 april ans the girl was in Good health Nual congregational meeting of the i thursday night and had played to United presbyterian Church was f basketball with the Pitt girls held Friday reports of the visitors Are being admitted to activities of the various Organiza isec tons of the Church were and a number of matters of routine business were officers elected were Harry trustee Fred pet auditor Herbert treasurer Don school superintendent sunday Shirley broadcasts end at Kittanning win radio station win bras off the air finally after 16 months Secretary Ira Deli j owners discontinued operation of assistant Merle and must support Luke of Ford City today was ordered Fay judge franc Graff to pay a month for support of his wife and Daugh a charge of desertion no support had been lodged against him by his Toje transmitter at aim off time win went into operation in Early december on a wave length of 1600 owner ship was vested in a the station has studios and offices at 133 Jefferson the transmitter Tower was located about two Miles Kun tanning near the Indiana local Young Man at National meet Donald flick is in Philadelphia for the weekend to attend a Cial meeting of the National youth Cabinet of the evangelical and reformed a son of and her Man flick of fair expects to return to his classes at Ford City College on sunday undertaker in Hospital John of 200 South Mckean a Al trenning in was admitted to the Arm Strong county Hospital Friday night he is the victim of a severe state police at Kittanning sub gave warning today that they will be keeping close tabs on speeding violators during april after the month of March closed with a High number of speeding a during the past state police made 112 traffic arrests in the county and investigated 26 automobile included were three fatal accidents on the High j Chester com manding officer of the local sub said that patrols would continue to Check violators of Speed he said that such arrests in creased during March especially during hours of will be made in both White and conventional the officer cautioned Drivers to reduce Speed at night because of decreased maximum Speed should be reduced gradually As darkness sets he count tax visiting Harry Reed and son Walter of Ici tanning and Anna Reed of Templeton Are visiting Reeds Soninlaw and daughter and mrs Fred Satterfield of Vanport j Dave Boone says that Connecticut earthquake 5s easy to a census taker on a practice run handed a Connecticut Farmer that list of 300 per Sonal the dishes on shelves will really rattle when the census Crews take to the Field if nothing but dishes Are broken it will be color video has had another All your set will need soon is buttered Popcorn attachment and the voice of an usher ordering you president Truman will fight that subpoena routine Down to his last pair of Beach the Guu Stream has a warm but not enough to take the chill off harrys feelings toward senator 1 i consolidated news i warnings touch off peace try partisan congressional foes make Over Tures to heal for eign policy split april ried by the warnings of Bernard democrats and re publicans i Congress put out cautious peace feelers today in an Effort to heal their foreign policy split Over the loyalty of state department at each others Throat for they talked cautious making a new attempt to resume their nonpolitical approach to foreign Paul went so far As to suggest the appointment of a Republican Asun de Secretary of two gop critics of the state de Homer and styles assured president Truman he would have their support if he wanted genuine cooperation in the Field of foreign Ferguson said gop leaders should be consulted immediately on pending policy questions in the far the Senate has been embroiled for weeks Over the charge of that the state department is riddled with communists and that Secre tary of state Dean Acheson is the dupe of an alleged soviet Mccarthy has identified the alleged agent As Owen a Johns Hopkins University professor who is an expert on the far Lattimore is scheduled to testify tuesday before a Senate foreign relations subcommittee investigating Mccarthy he already has denied the accusation the Senate fight has reduced co operation Between democrats and republicans on foreign policy is sues to its lowest level since pre War in a lecture at the naval War College in yester Baruch warned the nation that it is Fritt ering away its re sources and staggering from crisis to he urged the appoint ment of a general staff to direct the cold War against Cour Louse garage goes the courthouse garage on route 85 behind the county jail was razed this week to make room for sewer pipes for the new addition to the courthouse planned for this plans Call for a garage in the first floor of a boiler room build broadcast to open cancer fund drive beginning at 10 Oclock tonight the National broadcasting com Pany will present an hours pro Gram on the crusade against can the program is sponsored by the National cancer society and will inaugurate the fund raising Campaign to be carried on through route 1 resident rounds 85th year Mary who resides with a Laura swig in Kittanning today celebrated her 85th Moore enjoys excellent health and is Oolite i Nabor a Hick town is a place where a Feier can be somebody without being nobody a n

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