Read an issue on 26 Mar 1954 in Somerset, Pennsylvania and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Somerset Daily American.
We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 26 Mar 1954 Somerset Daily American in Somerset, Pennsylvania. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.
Somerset Daily American (Newspaper) - March 26, 1954, Somerset, Pennsylvania
Somerset Dary american Tad the Bertin vhf Oil rom bin re with the so Merit bulletin and the Somerset Standard issued Dally except sunday july 4th and Christmas at 216 West main St. Try Somerset newspapers inc. Mary Black president n. K. Relief. Vice president r. K. Kessler Secretary and treasurer Henry Halier Kelley editor and publisher Mary Black associate editor and publisher daily a delivered by Carrier in Somerset and surrounding towns at four cents per copy 20c per week Sio of year in Advance in towns of Somerset county without Carrier service and on Rural routes a year in Advance. Outside Somerset county. a year in Advance. Entered As second clans matter aug net 9, ism at the Post office at Somerset penna., under act of March 3, its. Mar. 26, 1954 a Lage sky in unclear than miners in the stricken area ignores the Basic element of every Industrial problem the Market. Unless the products of the labor of Anthracite Region workers can be sold at a profit by those the industries employ there is not Likely to be any employment. Thus the problem in the solution of which representative citizens of the hard Coal Fields have gone to Washington hoping for a solution is a local problem that must be settled in the Lart analysis in the Anthracite Region. Per loss Washington newsmen report that president Eisenhower was unclear in his reference to the Mccarthy Case during his press hour of thursday. The newsmen were interested in the attitude of the president towards the senator s insistence upon having the privilege of Cross examining witnesses. The president is quoted As having said a i am perfectly ready to put myself on record a i have before that in America if a Man is a party to a dispute directly or indirectly he does not sit in judgment in his own senator Mccarthy has excluded himself from his committees so far As passing judgment on his own Case is concerned. What the president omitted to do was to pass on the propriety of an accused Man having the privilege of Cross examining witnesses testifying against him. In the least important cases heard before magistrates the accused is allowed to question his accusers. Why senator Mccarthy he allowed to question witnesses ? the controversy Between the senator and Secretary of War Stevens arose out of an investigation into Why an army officer accused of being a communist was promoted and then honorable Dis charged. The army a recognition of it weakness in the be re is Case is evidenced by its revision of its rules governing such cases. Perhaps if the allegations in the Cohn Schine Case were presented by other than foes of senator Mccarthy it might sound different. Perhaps granting that or. Schineis drafting into the army was not designed to throttle senator Mccarthy a investigation Tho purpose of or. Cohn in seeking an assignment in new Ork for or. Schine May have been to place him in a position where despite his military assignment he could help in rooting communism out of the government. The Pennsylvania Railroad reports a net loss for february of $4,971,636. While february has rarely shown a balance on the profit Side for the Pennsylvania the amount of the 1954 loss is greater by $1.5 millions than the Road reported for january. Dividends Are not paid out of deficits but the Pennsylvania has been rather regular in its payment of dividends. Losses mean cuts in expenses and less employment for workers. I Ess incomes for workers Means less income tax Revenue for the Federal government. Congress has a big financial problem before it. In View of the news by John ii. Martin International new service foreign director keep America american holding Industry governor Fine would have exhibited greater statesmanship during the 1953 session of the general Assembly if instead of rigging up a sales tax he had been Wiser and Cut the spending of the Commonwealth. The textile Industry finds that taxation in Pennsylvania is too heavy and seeks less spendthrift states in which to locate its plants. The fact agitates the governor. He does no to like the idea of textile Mills moving out of the state. He is studying some Way by which the Burden on the Industry May be lightened. But Why make a favorite out of the textile Industry Are not All industries oppressed by Pennsylvania s taxation taxation is an obstacle to Industrial development. It would be Well if our candidates for legislative seats were to declare themselves on the subject of taxation. It concerns every citizen for More than some of our political Leader seem to realize. Take democratic nominee Leader for an example. There has been no unburden ing of his soul on the subject although whether he realizes it or not his fellow citizens Are desperately interested. It is important that this subject of taxation be Given the it Tention it deserves und that the people we Send to the general Assembly awaken to the fact. Oil imports Anthracite s plea the Anthracite Region has sent a delegation to Washington in an Effort to obtain help for its Industrial situation. Population in the hard Coal areas of Pennsylvania has Ween decreasing but not fast enough to balance the demand for labor. Luzerne Lackawanna and Schuylkill counties lost 120,000 residents Between 1940 and 1950. Northumberland and Carbon counties also in the stricken hard Coal Fields Are not included in these population figures. Perhaps the answer to Anthracite a plea is to be found not in Washington but in the Anthracite Region. Industries seeking locations would naturally be attracted to an area in which there is no housing problem and where there Are Many desirable features. The trouble with Anthracite is that when John l. Lewis managed to obtain from operators the highest wage scale the mine workers had Ever had he ignored the fact that the products of the labors of the mine workers would have to be sold if the workers were to Benefit by the scale. The new England states had been a profitable Market for hard Coal but when the Price of Coal went up Tho new englander turned to Oil. They equipped their furnaces for burning Oil and turned to their Wood lots for fuel for their Kitchen ranges. The Story of the bankrupt new York Ontario and Western Railroad is a Story of Anthracite s lost Market. It has lost its chief tonnage. Just As the knights of labor strike of the late eighties lost to Anthracite the Market it had enjoyed through port Richmond Philadelphia so the Lewis wage scale has lost new England to Anthracite. But that is not All. The Lewis wage scale caused an appraisal in the hard Coal Fields of labor generally according to the Lewis Standard with the result that demands of labor discouraged industries already located in the hard Coal Fields and put up a bar against the interest of the outsiders. The Anthracite problem is difficult not Only by reason that Tho demand for Coal has been Cut off but because industrialists look towards the hard Coal area of Pennsylvania with fear and trembling. The attitudes of workers other rep. Van Zandt in whom pennsylvanians generally Are interested by reason of his having served As National commander of the veterans of foreign wars is insisting upon a Check in imports of foreign oils which have been eating into markets for Coal. Congressman Van Zandt reported that Between Jan. 3, 1963, and March i 1954, fifty eight bituminous Coal mines in his District closed and 1,497 employees were dismissed. The residual Oil problem interests the people of Somerset county As Well As it does the people of or. Van Zandt a District. Many of our Coal mines also have shut Down for Lack of markets. At the same time the government in Washington is pondering the problem of How to handle Tho residual Oid or. Van Zandt would bar from being imported. If the United states does no to Purchase the Oil it will be marketer elsewhere and the probabilities Are that it will go to unfriendly nations supplying them with a product they would need in time of War. There was a time when a protective Tariff act would have solved the problem. This is no longer the Case. Such a Bill might bar the Oil from Competition with United states Coal but it would not solve the problem of denying an important defense item to unfriendly Powers. Congressman Van Zandt warns that unless something is done Pennsylvania a Rich Coal deposits May be abandoned. Just now the abandonment of any Plant that provides employment is a serious matter. The indications increase that the italian government does not intend to urge a ratification of the european defense Community treaty until after the Geneva conference next month. Premier Mario Scelba openly has criticized Western Allied failure to return Trieste to Italy. He also Cleany has indicated that ratification of the american sponsored e. D. Is linked to what he Calls a a just solutions of the Trieste Issue. With no Prospect of a solution of the territory disputed by Italy and Yugoslavia in sight Italy seems Likely to postpone final action until Early summer or even next fall. In Italy As in France one result of the big four foreign ministers recent meeting in Berlin appears to have been the slowing rather than speeding of the Long process of bringing about the e. D. C., or six nation european army treaty. Raises obstacle France raises endless obstacles or pre conditions to taking action on the treaty that would rearm West Germany. The Berlin decision to summon the far Eastern conference at Geneva april 26 has provided the enemies of e. D. In Italy and France a timely pretext for further delay. The . Politicians Are not All communists. They Cut across All parties from left to right. Hence Pietro Nenni. The fellow travelling italian left socialist Leader was welcomed heartily by French rightists when he attended a Paris meeting organized specifically to fight . The loud screams of rightists and other French deputies even forced French Premier Joseph Daniel to cancel an expulsion order against Kenai. The weirdness of this left right coalition shows the bitterness of the controversy Over e. D. C., and the deep French fear of Germany. In Italy Scase Scelba the anticommunist fighter clearly favors e. D. But now As in the past Italy a action on the treaty is Likely to be determined by the French attitude. Lott cause Scelba like the Christian democratic premiers before him does not want to be caught with a lost cause. He and other italian leaders who want the treaty and a european political Community prefer to Walt and see what France does. If the French finally approve the treaty Rome action would follow probably quickly but if the French enemies of the treaty Block it then Italy might Shelve it. Scelba May be expected to show even More caution about e. D. Than did Anckle de Gasperi when he was Premier. Scelba has a narrow parliamentary majority but when de Gasperi had a coalition and comfortable majority he sidetracked the treaty while waiting for France to act. Luxembourg has not ratified the treaty Belgium the Netherlands and West Germany have. Reports from Bonn say some Ger a Man officials Are discouraged about the chances of e. D. The Geneva conference is Likely to be a Long drawn out conference and some officials think that if France does not act on the treaty before june the w Hole project is loot and that of course i what Moscow is hoping will happen. Worth reprinting the cure that failed from Chicago Tribune the committee for economic development a business menus organization issued a report monday declaring it to be a a essential that the government adopt deficit financing whenever a serious recession in business develops. The committee says that to get out of a bad slump the Treasury should try not to raise enough Revenue to pay for what it spends. Rather it should reduce the income As the outgo mounts. Other Steps Are also proposed the main ones of which appear to be expansion of the Supply of Money and credit thru the Federal Reserve system Loans to state and local governments to finance Public construction and advances out of the Treasury to state unemployment funds which Aie hard pressed. The ced seems to have reviewed All the Steps taken by the new Deal to bring about business recovery in the 1930�?Ts and concluded they were these Days by George e. Sokolsky the a new look new phrases Are or ten introduced into the language to highlight an idea or to confuse the human mind. Franklin d. Roosevelt and his intimate staff were most inventive in such matters As for instance the phrase a new deals or Quot quarantine speech a or a a Martin Barton and the most recent of these phrases is a a the new look a which is applied to the defences of the United states. It is designed to give the impression that the military have brought up something wholly different. Actually this is a response to the changes that inevitably result from the invention of new Means of warfare. Such changes have occurred since the primitives threw stones at each other and then someone invented the Slingshot which became a weapon of War. Since world War i a tremendous Advance has been made in weapons. The air plane and submarine were developed. Since then the air plane has become the principal weapon of War reducing the infantry so that the question even arises As to the Utility in the future of this hitherto a most important military organization. When a decision is made about that the Cost of the army will be reduced and the number of Young men inducted into military service will be Cut drastically. A Long distance Jet interpreting the news by j. M. Roberts or. Associated press news analyst the latest Bikini bomb tests with their revelation of sinister new Power in the Hydrogen bomb beyond the expectations of scientists have led to a new spate of warnings that the world must do something about disarm net. Lord Salisbury Britain a atomic Energy chief says efforts must be renewed to arrive at a Quot live and let live arrangement with Russia. Britain with its population and Industry concentrated in such a Small area is appalled by the fact that a few Hydrogen bombs properly placed could actually wipe her out. Jules Moch who has been both defense and Interior minister in postwar French cabinets and sen. Flanders a it both came out on the same Day advocating disarmament. Much a approach was primarily from the standpoint that there is a possibility now that Russia would also see the necessity and that something could be done before France is forced to agree to German rearmament. Moch is an opponent of the european defense Community. Speaking on the same program with senator Flanders Norman cousins president of United world federalists and editor of a the saturday review a and Norman Thomas socialist Leader urged disarmament in the face of total danger. Insofar As recognition of the problem is concerned these Are not voices crying in the wilderness. Brit Ain particularly has been aware of her position Ever since the total differences Between russian and Western objectives became apparent six or seven years ago. Therefore appeasement has played a constant role in British policy As Well As in France. The United states has avoided that. But its policy has been directed at All times toward a situation in which Russia would not make War even if she would not make peace. That produced rearmament a search for a balance of Power in the absence of any method of disarmament which could be accepted by both sides. Russian policy has remained immutable. Tile Only peace and the Only disarmament she will accept must leave the doors open to Extension of her Power. In this atmosphere talk of a live and let live a and of disarmament is somewhat analogous to the exo Eficio agreements sometimes made Between american police departments and professional criminals. In these cases some cities become asylums for Crooks who Are a a lying Low a provided they act strictly As vacation lists we Hile in town. The system leads ultimately to local connections Between the police and crime and has never a worked. The russian Hierarchy believes it cannot exist indefinitely in a capitalistic world that communist con bomber carrying hell bombs requires a very Small Crew compared to let us say a division of infantry. In old fashioned warfare men faced each other and fought for position. In hell bomb warfare planes will Fly Over areas to destroy them irrevocably. An area wiped out by a hell bomb cannot be occupied. Similarly such a submarine As a a the Nautilus is designed to do infinite damage with atomic w a Pond and to disappear swiftly. In the old ays navies faced each other and Fough for position. In the theory of warfare there is nothing new in this. Clausewitz the philosopher of War discusses this subject As follows a what is the object of defense to preserve. To preserve is easier than to gain from which it follows at once that the Means on both sides being supposed equal defense is easier than attack. But wherein does the greater 1 ease of preservation and Protection lie in this that All time which elapses unused Falls into the scale in favor of the defender. He reaps where he has not sown. Every intermission of the attack either from erroneous views from fear or from indolence is in favor of the defender a the new weapons do not permit of preservation because they Are conceived to achieve total destruction of an area. It does not matter whether the air plane is intercepted if even for a moment before its own destruction it can let Loose its weapon the damage will be done. Retaliation can destroy As much or More than the enemy accomplishes but in All cases destruction is total in the area. Clausewitz further says Quot in tactics every engagement great or Small is a defensive one of we leave the initiative to the enemy and await his appearance on our front. From that moment on a we can make use of All offensive Means without losing the two advantages of defense mentioned a Bove namely that of awaiting and that of the terrain. In strategy first of All the Campaign takes the place of the Battle and the the. Ater of War that of the position then later the w Hole War takes the place of the Campaign and the whole country that of the theater of War and in both cases the defensive remains what it was in in the new Type of warfare there can be no real defense. Whoever attacks More swiftly and More fully has the advantage defense is retaliation but retaliation is not for position it is for vengeful total destruction. This then raises the question of usefulness of old organizations and ancient weapons. What function will infantry have in War what will artillery do what will Large masses of drilled soldiers do if a the new look Means that study of the new weapons forces us to reconsider the nature of ancient military organizations and ancient weapons then it makes sense. If on the other hand it Only Means that we pile new weapons on obsolete ones maintaining the Cost of both then it is not a Quot new look a but a waste of the Peoples Money. Copyright 1954, King features Syndicate Loo new Rule in paying for disabilities by Ben Deforest Pittsburgh. March 23 up a the state supreme court handed Down a decision today that May pave the Way for disposition of hundreds of workmen a compensation cases. The order reversed a state Superior court ruling and instructed the medical Board of the state workmen s compensation Board to make these changes in its procedure take testimony in controversial workmen s compensation cases rather than just review previous testimony. Give weight to loss of earning Power As Well As to physical condition in determining whether a person is totally disabled. Followed wrong procedure in its decision the High court said that the medical Board followed the wrong procedure in handling an application for compensation by three Luzerne county Coal miners. The court ordered the Case sent Back to the workmen a compensation Board for disposition in accordance with the procedure outlined by the court. The miners had applied for compensation on grounds they were totally disabled because of anthrax silicosis a lung ailment caused by Coal dust. Justice Michael a. Musmanno who wrote the supreme court opinion told a newsman that there Are several Hundred other pending compensation cases based on the anthrax silicosis ailment. He said they had not been disposed of because the state was awaiting the decision in the Luzerne county Case. Case 6% year old the Case got under Way 6% years ago when the miners. Casper in Ora John Kalena and the late Frank Drozd applied for compensation on ground they were suffering from Vantraco silicosis. The Case followed a Long Chain of litigation. It was handled by the workmen a compensation Board the medical Board Luzerne county common pleas court Superior court and finally supreme court. The controversy hinged on the question of whether the miners were totally disabled or Only partially disabled. The Law specified they were entitled to compensation Only if totally disabled. Men disability the first testimony in the Case showed that in the opinion of three doctors the miners were totally disabled entitling them to compensation. But the medical Board reviewed that testimony and concluded the men were Only partly disabled making them ineligible for compensation. It was by merely reviewing previous testimony that the medical Board failed in its duty the supreme court said. The court said that by Only reviewing previous testimony the Board failed to a a heart the Case As required by Law. Samuels lutheran group has Outing tuesday the Sunbeam class of Samuels lutheran Church had a combined Wiener roast and spotty party tuesday evening at the sugar Camp of or. And mrs. Cary Weimer of r. D. I Somerset. Log fires made the Outing More enjoyable and the crowd enjoyed waiting for the syrup to boil Down. About fifty persons were present or. And mrs. Telford Miller and Barry or. And mrs. Elbert Miller and Barbara or. And mrs. Earl Stahl mrs. Kathryn Metier or and mrs. Carl Baler or. And or. Paul Barron Patty and Roger or. Dave Barron Marjorie Sandra and Robbie Al Metzler or. And mrs. Earl Weimer Helen Freddie Jay David and Joe Reid Weimer or. And or. Dalton Walker or. And or. Dalton Pyle and Carol Jean or. And or. Ira Dively mrs. Ross Stern or. And mrs. Glenn Schrock and Linda or. And mrs. Pert Miller jr., Kenneth Lambert Leonard and Alice Connie Sable Mary Pul Lin Martha Pullin Rodney Protta and Earl Miller. Daily crossword across i. Petty quarrel 5. Declare for score 9. A Star in Virgo 10. Genus of the Lily 11. People of Lithuania 14. Poker stake 15. Tin sym 16. Music note 17. Title of respect Turk 18. Enemy 19. Cover 20. Wife of a Marquis 22. Missile weapon 25. Independent groups 26. Capital s. A 28. Entire amount 29. Chinese dynasty 30. Cry As a Crow 33. Sun god 34. Gold her 35. Dry cold wind Adriatic area 36. Met 40. Performs 41. Egg shaped 42. Painful spot 43. Famous world War ii correspondent Down 1. Backbone 2. Full of pits 3. Dull pain 4. Greek letter 21. A Lovely 5. A Model 6. High priest 7. Larva of Eye thread worm 8. One who treats the Teeth 9. Thick slice 12. Hebrew musical instrument 13. Lateral boundaries 18. House on a farm 19. Chinese unit of weight Var 20. Annalese measure lady Spencer so Faerie Queene 22. 23. European country Poss i yesterday answer 24. Old measure 32. Walk of length through 27. Farm water building 35. Flock 30. A Shade 37. Cry As of red a Dove 31. Rugged 38. Over Mountain poet Crest 39. Apex % i 2. 3 4 6 7 a 9 to 11 ii ii 14 a i51 i Yako Ivie % 20 21 22. 23 24 is 25 2 to 27 % p b 28 29 in 30 31 is 33 a 34 re 35&Quot 3 to 37 38 39 40 d 41 s 42. 43 b 3 -z4> Hope. The West is just As sure that democracy is its Only salvation and that it cannot exist safely As Long As the totalitarians can move w without regard for morals human dignity or human life. Disarmament can come Only after elimination of this threat never before. Big sister system systematic living is the easiest sort of living. Learning to do things one Way a Good Way and always doing them at an appointed time in the appointed Way saves a great Deal of Energy and nervous Tes Sion. Young people would do Well to give this matter attention. Length of Days would be one of the results. President Eisenhower quotes president Washington on the National defense but has found no mention in Washington a record of spending 70 cents out of every tax Dollar for world wide distribution along our fast growing Frontier. Pleasing ones self alone is certain to result in planning nobody by Sass p-5wsrvi a a a these remedies failed utterly in bringing Back Good times. Even the ced language is almost identical with that used by the new Deal Quot we deliberately used an unbalanced Federal budget during the past four years to meet a great emergency. That policy has those were the words of Henry Morgenthau Treasury Secretary uttered in a speech in the autumn of 1937, just before the Economy suffered one of its w Orst sinking spell. The ced now puts it this Way a we should not try to eliminate or reduce the deficit that will automatically emerge in a what the ced has added is an across the Board tax Cut while government spending is being stepped up. The new Deal relied upon spending exclusively to produce the deficits. There Are two consequences of the policies now espoused by the cd and formerly practice by the new Deal. In the process of deficit spending deliberately indulged in a coun try a currency suffers untold harm bringing catastrophe to those with savings deposits those who have insurance benefits coming to them or who live on fixed incomes. The second consequence is that Dell Cit spend ing once adopted As a Boon is almost never ended. The destructive effect of overspending upon european and South american currencies is too Well known to require specific description Here. In our own country the purchasing Power of the consumer a Dollar has been reduced to less than half of what it was before deficit spending began. It w ill seem remarkable to Many that business men who saw the Folly in Treasury deficits easy Money inflation of the monetary Supply and so on and spoke out against them when they were practice by Roosevelt now appear in the ced report As sponsors of precisely the same measures. The explanation is that the report is the work of a research staff and a research advisory Board composed for the most part of individuals who were Active in the new Deal. They shifted from the government to the ced payroll with no change in Point of View. The same people have come up with the i Soma aaa w Ara Baltimore boy goes Long Way to play hookey Philadelphia March 25�? inst an eleven year old Baltimore boy explained to police today How he played hookey from school and wound up in Philadelphia. Jimmy Harris son of mrs. Gladys Carlotta said he was on the Way to school monday when he stopped off at the Pennsylvania Railroad station in Baltimore. At the station he boarded a northbound train with Only one cent in his pocket and got off in new York without so much As attracting the conductor s attention. He loaded for a while in the lobby of a hotel and then was picked up by police who were summoned by a hotel clerk. He remained in the children s shelter until his Mother arrived in new York yesterday. Last night mrs. Carlotta and Jimmy were waiting in Pennsylvania station to return to Baltimore when the boy disappeared again. This time he was spotted aboard a Philadelphia bound train and was turned Over to Railroad police at the Quaker City. After hearing the boys Story an officer remarked to Jimmy a you must be nuts about trains a but Jimmy replied a no i done to like the startled surprised policeman then asked. A Why do you ride on them a i done to know Jimmy answered. Daily crypt quote Here How to work it is Longfellow one letter simply stands for another. In this example a is used for the three los x for the two of a Etc. Single letters Apo trophies the length and formation of the words Are All hint. Each Day the code letters Are different. \ cryptogram quotation Tolm Jef per Ertry e r t r w p h a hug a wite Dot opel yesterdays crypt quote a Mountain Stream that ends in mud methinks is melancholy Lowell. Distributed by King feature synodical i Quay a grab bag the answer Quick 1. Where and when did presi Lent Lincoln make the speech in which he said Quot let us have Faith hat right makes might ? 2. Is it against the Law for a i resident to take the oath of office on a sunday 3. Who is quoted As saying a War s legitimate object is More perfect peace Quot 4. Can you Tell How old Martin Luther was when he was excommunicated from the Catholic Church ? 5. What was the late Earl Carrolls real name folks of Fame guess the name it happened today 1676�?battle with Narragansett indians at Rehoboth in which capt. Michael Peirce and Plymouth troops were killed. 1945�? Slavid Lloyd George former prime minister of England died at the age of 82. It s been said Hope nothing from Luck and the probability is that you will be so prepared forewarned and forearmed that All shallow observers will Call you Luck Bulwer Lytton. Watch your language intent in tent a adjective directed with keen eager or fixed attention As a mind intent on a problem having the mind or attention closely directed engrossed. Origin latin in tents past participle. 1�?his father was an eminent composer and he followed in his fathers footsteps. He was born in Naples on the 26th of october 1685. He is thought to have studied first with his father. In 1704 he remodelled poll Arolis a Irene for a performance at Naples and in 1709 he entered the service of Marie Casimire Queen of Poland then living in Rome and composed several operas for her private theater. He was Maestro of the a Capella choir at St. Peters and later he went to London to direct the opera Narciso. He taught music in Lisbon and then was Back in Naples again in 1725. In 1729 he went to Madrid As music master to a Princess married into the Spanish Royal House and he died in Naples in 1757. Can you Tell who he was ? 2�?working As a waitress after leaving school in her native eng by Lilian Campoli Central press writ land she w on a Beauty contest and eventually found her Way into motion pictures. She co starred As maid Marian in Walter Disney a Robin Hood and As she was educated in a Convent at the Edge of Nottingham Forest she Felt quite at Home in the scenes. Her debut in films u As made in the picture blackmail and others beside Robin Hood Are curtain up and his majesty o Keefe. Who is she name at Bottom of column Happy birthday Robert Frost american poet adm. Robert b. Carney of the United states Navy and Tennessee Williams playwright have birthdays today. Your future if you apply caution and restraint in All your business dealings and avoid extravagance things should go Well and the stars predict a possible Happy Romance. Today s child is Likely to be very enthusiastic optimistic and full of vim and vigor. Artistic or dramatic Talent is also possible. How d you make out 1. At Cooper Union new York City in 1860. 2. No. President Woodrow Wilson was the last to do so. 3. Gen. William t. Sherman. 4. 39. 5. Earl Carroll. A Daja Uvon a Al �i4�os Juau Ioaz i by Les Forgrave
Search the Somerset Daily American Today
with a Free Trial
We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research.
With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.