INDIANA EVENING GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1948,
MACKENZIE'S Truckers Kaiser-Frozer Breaks Labor Deadlock
ObitUarieS° Weather Report
Sick Man In MtfttltE BLANCHE D U N C A N ; Today
BAKER, passed away in her late
B* BBWflW MACKENZIE Visiting Dad home near Saltsburg, following an
illness of several years, Tuesday,
January 8th, at 7:45 p. m.
Cloudy and cool-
er today with
IS TOULT FREE ERIE, Jan. 10. (AP) — Carried some drizzle this
FRANCE She was a daughter of Samuel morning. Mostly
!o Erie station in a moving van, and Margaret (Ruoert) Duncan and
.PARIS, Jan. 10. —One of the car- bedridden William Manross left here was born January 21st, 1898 in Loy- cloudy and some-
A policies of the De Gaulle gov- bed and all—in a Pennsylvania alhanna township, Westmoreland what colder to-
i»nt is absolute freedom of the Railroad baggage car today to visit night, ftain or
ttOt only for publication in County. snow Friday.
ills aged father, ill in Kane. Her entire life was lived in the COOLER
but for collection of news Manross, 24, confined to bed by
this country to be printed abroad. Community In which she died. She
arthritis for the past three years was a member of the Saltsburg Luth
There has been no censorship of was taken to the station by William
kind since V-J Day. You can eran church.
te anything you wish, always as-
, of course, that you keep
Ziegler and Joseph Piolek, a couple
of general truckers who read of his
Surviving are her husband, Chal-
mer Baker, three step-sons; Ira,
Evans City; Joseph C., Saltsburg
the laws of libel and similar
£v' £*rheae are days when the world
Notified that his dad, Theodore
Manross, was seriously ill, Manross
became determined to see him.
and William of Gallery. One daught
er, Helen Jane, at home* and two Assemble In
step-da'ughters, .Mrs. Lester Marber-
yVat large is engaging in a pood deal
Hr double talk—saying one thing
fild meaning another—but there Is
But he was beset with severa
problems. On relief, he hadn't the Beaming over their success in reaching first agreement in current labor-auto industry logjam, Henry
money for the trip. J. Kaiser, chairman of board of Kaiser-Frazer Corp., R. J. Thomas, UAW-CIO international presi-
ger, and Mrs. Earl Zinkham of Ev-
ans City. One brother, Samuel Dun-
j^tflenty of evidence to indicate that Then, unable to be moved fre- dent, and Joseph W. Fraz.er, president of Kaiser-Frazer Corp., pose after settlement of contract can of Saltsburg; and one half-broth
r tj&e French government means bus- er, Albert Duncan, at home and two LONDON, Jan. 10—(IP) — WUh a
quently because of the pain, how which provides too wage rate for industry, plus year-end bonus based on number of autos completed.
t. ifcesS when it talks of freedom of was he to get himself and bed oh sisters, Mrs. Hiram Shank of Salts- degree of harmony that has seldom
* ihe press. Despite the shortage of Hollywood is reported ga-ga a train? • burg, and Miss Mabel Duncan, at marked such International gather-
I itews print, which has to be import- over Lisette Verea. above, Ro- home. j Ings, delegates of 51 nations assem-
The Erie Dispatch-Herald, learn- I bled at ancient Westminster today
"*" id, any legitimate newspaper can be manian redhead whose lavish ing of the case, offered to transport
started. display of jewelry—mostly huge him in a one-ton news delivery
;<So far as is known the govern- emeralds—and exotic wardrobe trucl*. But last night the truckers
Negro Boy, Civil War Veteran To Evacuate Friends are being received at her for a historic meeting to bring the
late home. Services will be conduct United Nations Organization to ac-
ed from the home Friday, January tive life.
16, Confesses Dies At 103 Years Deshon
ment hasn't refused a single license are something super, even in the volunteered to do the job. llth, at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. George C. The general assembly—scheduled
for the starting of a newspaper. The blase film capital. A former So, full of smiles, Manross was Vetter will officiate. Interment in to begin its first session at 4 P. M.
Insult Is that the capital now has European stage and screen star, trundled to the station in the mov- i STATE COLLEGE, Jan. 10. (AP) the Saltsburg cemetery. (11 A. M., EST)—was expected to
three dozen newspapers, which is she will make her bow in Amer- ing van this morning for his 103-1
twice as many as it had before the ican films in the Marx Brothers' mile train ride, with the railroad
War. new "Night in Casablanca " forgetting about the fare.
To Slaying Hospital —Cyrus M. Walker, Centre county's
last veteran of the war between'the
states, died yesterday. He was 103.
MES. ANNA DEITMEN, 79, widow plunge immediately into the task of
of Theodore Deitmen, died Tuesday organizing peace machinery design-
ed to prevent, by force if necessary,
> Naturally Paris can't support so A sister had arranged to transport Walker served
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Jan. 10—(IP]— sylvania cavalry, with the 7th Pe'nn PITTSBURGH, Jan. 10 — (fP) — night In the home her her sister-in- atom-powered world
which participated Deshon Hospital at Wutler, 25 miles law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. anUntil the assembly iswar III.
many papers, and they are one-page him from the Kane station to his District Attorney General William organized,
affairs. Also a goodly number are father's home. Gerber and Sheriff Oliver Perry in three battles during the war. He north of here, will nqt become the Thomas Seibert in Commodore
committees are created and the
political party organs and don't pay
^ their way. However, the government Become Civilians Manross was injured at the age of jointly announced early today that attended the Blue and Gray Re- proposed veterans' hospital for this where she had made her home the security council and economic and
12 while playing football at Cam- a 16-year-old negro school boy had ing theat Gettysburg in 1938, mark- area, th.e Veterans' Administration past six resident Mrs. Deitmen 23 social council are formed, vital
75th anniversary of the Bat- disclosed today. been a of Clymer for
** Is giving everyone equal opportuni-
ties for publication. At Three Points bridge Springs. In 1939, arthritis set confessed the slaying of one-year-
in, and since then he has been a old Sammie Goss. tle of Gettysburg. years, and prior to that resided in world problems such as control - f
VA head, Gen. Omar N. Bradley unxsutawney for 42 years. She atomic energy will necessarily have
'The government itself, by the way patient intermittently at hospitals in Walker was born Nov. 23, 1842 in stated in a letter to Pennsylvania to be put aside.
Isr said to have no newspaper re- It's no more KP, no more guarc Erie, Cleveland, Meadville and in The sheriff said that Fred Jack-
Clintondale, Clinton County. Three Congressman Lewis E. Graham vas a daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. As the delegates gathered In the
pVesentation. duty, and goobye to olive drab and Youngstown, O. While attending a son admitted after lengthy ques- daughters survive. Funeral services Vlartin Shayers, and was born in
In order to prevent abuses of khaki for these Indiana area men rehabilitation school at Williams- tioning that he killed the infant that the shortage of civilian medi- ermany, Sept. 11, 1866, where she blue and gold auditorium of the
will be held Saturday. cal and nursing personnel made it pent her early life. Surviving are central hall, they expected to hear
freedom of the press, the govern- They were discharged from th< port, Pa,, four years ago, he became who was found lying in the rain possible to take over "one of those 0 children—Theodore D e i t m e n , British Prime Minister Clement
ment is preparing a new press law Army yesterday at the Indiantown with his brutally beaten mother and
-something France never had be- Gap Separation Center. They are seriously ill, and grew increasingly brother near the smoking ruins of
fore. This will make it obligatory to T/5 George Ehenger, Elderton.
helpless ever since. their frame dwelling on the out- Cory Leather hospitals which are located in prox- 'ohnstown; John, Cookport; Otto, Attlee outline some of the general
imity to metropolitan c e n t e r s 'unxsutawney; Mrs. Anna Specht,problems of the new organization
disclose to the public the names of Sgt. Merle D. Booterbaugh, Patton. He made the trip in a specially- skirts of Memphis, where specialists may be located for 3 ittsburgh; M. T. E. Seibert, Com- in a spee,ch formally opening the
all those who are backing a news- Sgt. Robert G. Cribbs, Black Lick. constructed bed, loaned him by A murder c h a r g e was filed
,paper, so that the complexion of the Cpl. Ralph M. Shaw, 1420 Penn n't fit into an ambulance.
Hamot Hospital, Erie, whidi would- against Jackson yesterday after the Plant Burns, part-time treatment. modore; Mrs. Agnes Phillips, Frank- meeting.
"Our studies indicated the need in, Pa., and Mrs.' Grant Huffman,
But a' eady King George VI had
for a 1,200-bed hospital in that Mrs. Paul Miller, Mrs. Frank Ban- set the solemn tone of the session
i paper may b« quite clear. The law, St., Nanty Glo. 37-year-old mother, Mrs. I. T. Goss,
' as projected, also will prevent the S/Sgt. Leslie A. Shoop, Rural $250,000 Loss
identified the youth from her hospi- area," the letter continued. "It was and Mrs. George Sosman, all of in a speech to the chief delegates
obvious that such services could Pittsburgh. There are 43 grand- at a glittering state dinner at St.
subsidizing of a newspaper by a Valley.
Heavy punishment will be provid boro.
T/5 Thomas A. Sackie, Barnes- British Loan tal bed as her assailant, Perry said.
The attack on the family occurred
Tuesday shortly after the father, an
not be obtained within the area /of children and a number of great- James Palace last night. l
CORY, Pa., Jan. 10—(£>)—Fire to- Butler, and that physicians of Pitts- grandchildren. Friends will be re- "It is in your hands," he said, "to
employe of an army depot here, day destroyed *he large plant of burgh could not be expected to ceived in the Seibert home in Com- make or mar the happiness of mil-
ed for accepting bribes to publish T/4 Charles F. Emert, Seward.
news, or for any similar skuldrug- T/5 Charles E. Wagner, Cherry
gery. Conviction for these offenSes Tree.
fs insurance had left for work and four other the J. W. and ... P. Howard Co., provide these services at Butler." modore after noon today. A re- lions of your fellow men, and of
children had gone to school. da tonally known leather manufac- Deshon now being used by the quiem mass will be celebrated at millions yet unborn.
Sheriff Perry made no comment turers, with a loss estimated un- Army, was built originally for a 9:30 a. m. Saturday in St. Anthony's
•will carry penalties running" up to
' twelve years in prison.
The inspiration for this drive for
T/5 Harry J. Orr, 427 Water St.,
Indiana. Against War
T/4 Philip J. Baker, 383 N. Lib-
as to the motive of the attack or officially at about $250,000.
the origin of the fire.
"It is for you to lay the founda-
tuberculosis sanitarium but has Catholic Church, Starford, by Rev. tions of a new world, where such a
\pproximately 7,000 s i d e s of never been used for that purpose. Father Albert H. Turlik. Interment conflict as that which lately brought
freedom of the press isn't hard to erty St., Blairsville. PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 10.—(IP)— Both Mrs. Goss and her three- leather being processed in the pine- The state spent about $3,000,000 on will be in St. Bernard's Cemetery, our world to the verge of annihila-
find. It begins, of course, with the T/4 Otis E. Hill, Penn Run. year-old son Freddie were report- built structure were destroyed, but the hospital and the Army another Indiana, under the direction of the tion must never be repeated; where
Frenchman's Inborn desire for free Pfc. John J. Kosticak, Barnesboro "International economic anarchy" ed in a critical condition at a Mem- finished materials in a concrete $6.000,000 in an expansion program Robinson Funeral Home. men and women can find an oppor-
would result if the United States did
dom. But his innate desire had a R. D. 1. not loan England $3,750,000,000, phis hospital. Each suffered a frac- warehouse were not touched by the after it took the building over in
tunity to realize to the full .the good
mighty reinforcement during the T/5 Joseph E. Visnesky, Ernest. says Secretary of the Treasury Fred tured skull and the mother's hands flames. 1942. EVELYN NAOMI OLDMAN, pass- that lies in each of them."
T/4 Charles J. Suenkonis, Barnes- M. Vinson.
German occupation. were slashed. The flames started in the hair Many
When the Army discontinues use ed away in her late horne 334 Lo- Secretary officials, James F. Byrnes, including U. S.
Then, too, towards the end of this boro. The treasury chief, opening the dryer department in the center of of the hospital, the property wil cust Street, 1:30 o'clock. Indiana, Wednesday of State
terrible occupation, a French news- Cpl. Eugene J. Miller, 1063 Heisley Trurnan administration's campaign the works after 6 A. M., when only revert to the state. No date had afternoon at expected the delegates would move
paper got hold of a statement by St., Nanty Glo. for approval of the loan by the two employes, Carl Nielson, watcH- been forecast for such a transfer. She was a daughter of B. F. and smoothly through the job of organ-
Kent Cooper, executive director of Pfc. Albert L. Breakiron, 467 American people, told the American (Continued from Page 1) man, and Carl Dahlstrom, were in Lillian (Bennett) Oldham and was izing the assembly. Preliminary es-
£*' The Associated Press, advocating Water St., Indiana. the plant. born July 25th, 1914 in Nanty Glo. timates were that the-task might be
freedom of the press as an essential T/5 George
R. D. 2.
Kalanovich, Indiana Academy of Political and Social
' Science here last night that the loan "understanding" included company The fire spread so rapidly that Here 4re Surviving are her mother men- completed in,from three to four
tioned above; her paternal grand- weeks. The assembly would then
of world peace. He maintained that Pvt. Walter J. Sulkosky, Blairs- "is sound business for America." officials, president of Local 2064 of plant fire equipment in the depart-
peace depends on real acquaintance
ville. "Three and three-quarter billion the union and an international rep- ment was cut off rorn the men. A
among the peoples of the earth, 1st Lt. Edgar T. Miller, Clymer. dollars is a lot of do-re-mi in any-reentative of the union. general alarm was turned in, but
Answers To Vets' father, Herbert Oldham, Nanty' Glo adjourn to re-assemble later this
and maternal grandmother, Mrs. year at permanent UNO head-
and that this acquaintance can come At Sampson, N. Y. (Navy) body's book," he asserted, "but war,
only through a free exchange of all SSMB 3/C Mike C. Nastasi, 905 Including, the aftermath, is costly of the steelworkers uion, said:
C. B. Newell, District 9 director the flames leveled the main plant
and spread to the office building
fncome Questions Mary Bennett of Nanty Glo.
The deceased had lived her early
quarters in the United States.
Byrnes said he expected to re-
the news—not only the news of Hubert Ave., Barnesboro. Oil SI jlGSSi "My only comment is that it is across the highway. (Continued from Page 1) life in Nanty Glo and was gradu- main in London until the organi-
.great events, but the story of the S 1/C Andrew S. Sasala, 245 Sam- Vinsqn declared there can be no obvious that an understanding is notno, Telephone cables were burned ated from the Nanty Glo High zation was well on its way. His
eviery day life of the various na- ple Run, Clymer. lasting' pe'ace "without good eco- agreement. The dispute remains out, disrupting telephone service
an eminent by January 15. We re- School in 1934. She had resided in principal concern is with the crea-
tions. nom c
* conditions throughout the unsettled and negotiations con- for a time in the Kane-Warren- print here a word of warning Indiana for the past five and one tion of a special commission to
•That wasn't the first time Mr. Adam, Clymer. SK 2/C Robert C Davison1 71 ' Corry area. and advice on filling out these half years. work out atomic energy controls.
world" and warned that "unless tinue."
Cooper had put forward this thesis AOM 1/C Arnold J. Krug, Emeigh. steps are taken to prevent it, there Comment from plant employes at The property was owned by the forms from County Agent J. W. Friends will be received in the
by a long way. As a. matter of fact, AmmH 2/C Orin R. Hu'ey, Glen' \\8 a real. danSer that. countries will work was:
it was part of a crflsade he/3as keen Campbell, r impumi. ' « turn ,again to economic .isolation and
. . ~ , ..,
Wiring since, the last war, wherV he Sp (G) 2/C Earl E. Buchanjn, 186 'hat the world will again be divided president of Local 2064, said "the
J. J. Desmond estate and New York
Ferrante, 39 - year - old interests.
Warner, which appeared In the
Gazette Saturday, Jan. 5.
Reminding farmers of Indiana
Robinson Funeral Home after 7:00
o'clock this evening where services
will be conducted Saturday after-
trjed to get the ide incorporated in Ridge Ave., Homer City. ln
j <° conflicting economic blocs. '
th,e peace treaty, just as he now is Sp (I) 1/C Carl J. Stadtmiller, I The f°rmef Kentucky congress- thing good. It keeps men working)
1 management came out with some-
Missing County of the law requiring- the
filling of income tax forms by
January 15, County Agent J. W.
noon at 2:00 o'clock. Doctor David
R. Graham, pastor of the Metho- Pennsylvania
dist Church of Indiana, will officiate,
trying to secure recognition in the 315 S. 5th St., Indiana. man and
J urls t sald tne United at more money. The men are giv-
peace treaties which are to be sign- PhM 3/C Carl W. Zehner, 1251 Nations have given "ample evi-ing it a pretty good try. It might Dischargee Warner urges the assembling of
information to ease the transfer
Interment in Oakland Cemetery.
ed!. dence" of their desire to eliminate help settle national wage problems."
Church St., Indiana.
However, France was ripe for free S 1/C Carl R. Cribbs, 852 Wayne tlie economic causes of war "but
'dqm of the press after the fierce Ave., Indiana. | they cannot pursue this course until ducers would have a hard time mak-
Shumann said "major steel pro- to the required forms.
Those who have maintained
VANCE M. HELMAN. Funeral
services for Mr. Helman, 54, who
WASHINGTON, Jan. 10 — (JP) —
died Tuesday morning in his home
erman censorship. And so today SF 3/C William A. Gauntner, 115 they have reasonable assurance that ing such an interim agreement
______ « her consolidating that free- Mellon Ave., Patton. their war-strained economies will work."
Patient farm account books can easily
summarize the figures accord-
on Indiana R. D. 3, will be con- The U. S. S. Pennsylvania may come
ducted at 2 o'clock tomorrow after- home to Pennsylvania to stay.
dom "tybich she came so close to CM 3/C Marion Lazarowicz, function." j "But it is mandatory that our (Continued from Page 1) ing to the headings on form noon in the Clymer Christian The g a l l a n t old battleship, a :
losing ^rever. Seward. And that, he said, is where the , wage be proportionate to the wage 1040-F. Those without such re- Church by Rev. Ward D. Booher. powerful weapon for victory in the
At Fort Knox, Ky. united States with its ability to loan i paid In the steel industry," he said. "The case is. getting hoter and hot- cords kept throughout the year Interment in the Greenwood Ceme- Pacific naval and 'amphibious war-
monies enters the picture. "We can't reach any settlement un- ter all the time," Hanrahan told should make an effort to recall tery, Indiana. Friends will be re- fare but not sleek or in o d e r n
Separation Pfc. James C. Poole, Indiana R-
D. 4. til the national picture is settled," Judge Ward. "In 24 hours we will
Frank Shumann and his brother, know the answer."
all receipts and expenses and
summarize by the same head-
ceived in the late home until 11 a. enough for the postwar fleet, may
m. tomorrow, after which hour the be preserved in her home state as a
f/QSram to T/5 Leonard B. Pqarson, Dixon-
ville. Report Activities Al, purchased the Lehigh Foundries The immediate release of the two
plant about 10 years ago and during janitors, Hector Verburgh, 65, and
Special effort should be made
remains will be removed to the monument to the courage of Penn-
sylvania's fighting sailors of two
S-Sgt. Edwin D. George, Blairs- Clymer church,
Be Revised ville R. D. 2. Of Kiwanis Club the war produced 53 different types Desere Smet, 35, and Verburgh'c
of ammunition. wife, 64, had been asked by their
to get all expense Items, since
the omission of each dollar of JOHN E. WALBACK, 41, of Rob-
Thr. office of Senator Myers CD-
(Continued from Page One) "We were the largest producers in attorney, James A. Ricker. deductible expense means pay- inson, Indiana County, died at 5 a. Pa) said today he has asked Fleet
The possibility of uprisings, due!,V, ••«'*
Monday evening, the new presi- tho nation of BO mm mortar shells,"
dent of Kiwanis, Russell Guard, said the brothers.
Meanwhile, as police pressed for
a break in solution of the crime
ing extra taxes that should not m. yesterday in Lee Hospital where Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, Chief
be necessary, he points out. he was admitted Monday for surgi- of Naval Operations, to give the
tp food shortages, make this winter j | nr_>;)4_>lic Ifl gave the Kiwanians a report on last They recently built a $2,000,000 ad-1 which has been described by offici- This, he says, is a s p l e n d i d cal treatment. He was a son of ship to Pennsylvania inasmuch as
a critical time in both Europe and ' '" «»*«»* •" year's activities and outlined the dition to their plant and intend to j als as "shocking to the nation," an argument to take an annual in- Mrs, Gertrude (Rutter) Walback the Pennsy is to be decommissioned
the Pacific, he contended. work for 1946, He stressed particu- improve it further, making way for additional $10,000 reward for ar- ventory of the farm and keep a
•First definite evidence of Con- j44 States larity the work of the Boys and |a total working personnel of 1,000. rest and conviction of the killer was
Girls Committee. Kiwanis expects i The president of the firm, the posted.
farm account book during 1046.
of Robinson and the. late Charles as a ship of the line and perhaps
Walback. In addition to his mother scrapped or scuttled,
frissional intention to look into re- Form 1040-F is not the income ne is survived by his widow, Mrs, The State of Pennsylvania, it was
cent GI demonstrations developed (Continued from Page 1) to help materially in the Boy Scout|cider O f the brothers, lost a' son,I' The Chicago Tribune announced it lax return, but is ussd only for Florence (Hysong) Walback, and learned here, has also made repre-
today when a group from the House Mountain States Federation of Tele- movement in the county the coming Frank, Jr., in the war, He was killed would pay $10,000 for information summarizing to reach the not three children—Freda, Janet and sentations • to the Navy about hav-
Military Committee went to An- phone Workers declined yesterday year, I while serving with the Marines on leading to the appreheps^n and con income. This Income Is then re- Dorothy—at home, He was a broth- ing the ship berthed permanently in
drews Field in nearby Maryland. to observe the picket lines. The Friday evening Jan. 11, the Okinawa. viction of the slayer. This brought ported on Form 1040 which is er of Forest Walback, also of Robin- Philadelphia but the status of the
Air force GI's and WAC's demon- federation represents virtually all Kiwanis Club will meet in a body to $21.000 the to'tal rewards offered. filed along with Form 1040-F, son. Funeral services will be con- negotiations coul dnot immediately
strated there earlier this week. at the Church Street entrance of An air-conditioned trackless trol- i Verburgh has been in custody he explains. The county agent ducted st 2 o'clock Saturday after- be determined,
of the employes of the Mountain the Lutheran Church io attend the ley coach is being tested in the
There were no immediate plans, Stales Telephone and since late Tuesday after police said urges farmers to watch local noon in the Robinson Brethren Long before the time of Pearl
however, for investigations of the Company, operating in Colorado, Telegraph week of prayer service. transit system of Atlanta, Ga. they found bits of human flesh, in- newspapers for dates when re- Church by Rev. John Clawson. In- Harbor, tho Pennsylvania was an
more spectacular demonstrations in Arizona, Idaho, New Mexico, Mon- ternal organs and blood In a laun- presentatives of the Internal terment in the Lutheran Cemetery "old lady," as battleships go, But
Manila, Yokohama and Frankfurt, tana, Utah, Wyoming and El Paso, dry tub drain in the basement of Revenue Department will sit In will be directed by the John A. the ono-time Hag ship of the fleet,
according to the committee's coun- Tex.
sel, H. Ralph Burton.
Kidnaped Child Murdered an apartment guilding he tends. His
wife also was removed to detective
Indiana County to assist in fill-
ing out properly the required
Featherson Funeral Home, although damaged and burned in
lhe Pearl Harbor attack, went on
In tho event the picket lines
are honored by the National Fed- headquarters while a few hours lat- forms. HARBV CMFFORn KA11NV, of to win the only Navy unit , com-
er police picked up Smot, who was Saltsburfi, passed away in his late mendation awarded a battleship
Potato Growers eration of Telephone Workers, with
its 263,000 members, and other tele- described by police as Verbrugh's
close friend, Bulletin home, Wednesday night at 0:45 during the war.
o'clock, following an Illness of sev- She participated in one after an*
Meet Tomorrow phone unions, switchboard positions
would be left unmanned and other Both janitors have steadfastly pro-
tested their Innocence throughout (Continued from Page 1)
eral weeks. other of the Pacific amphibious in-
He was a son of Seraphln and vasions and threw so much gte'el at
vital telephone functions impaired, Hannah (Jackson) Kahny and was the enemy her entire battery of
Dr. 0. D. Burke, extension plant i u m o n . eade rs said, leading to a dls- questioning. Hanrahan said the re-
pathologist and Henry Menusan, ex-; r u p t i o n of mort of the country's sults of the "lie detector" tests for sisted there would be no bargaining born October 25, 1855 in Tarentum, big guns had to be replaced.
tension entomologist at Penn State,;telephone service. both men wore Inconclusive but an on wages until the government dis- Pa. He had mode his home in Salts- Then after 'going unscathed for
will be the principal speakers at The strike was the second within official interpretation of them would posed of requests for higher steel burg for 70 years. nearly four years the Pennsylvania
the potato _growers - meeting Friday j*t* *h*e Western AMAW'ki tv- v>vj»iij./any m a be given later. He said he had been prices. Surviving are his widow, Cather-
_-, 1 — * * "' v-iatvit 11 Electric Company In a
advised Sinet had "passed1' except That led to the supposition that, ine Mansfield Kahny; two daugh- was hit by Japanese torpedoes at
afternoon, January II, at 1:30 in the!week, some 17,000 manufacturing Okinawa on the last ciay of fighting
Community Center Building, The(o, n pi oye , having walked out last fr one quqstion relating to a key. at least unofficially: ters: Mrs. H. R, Rouinson, Latrobc in the Pacific, She now is at tha.
meeting will be in charge of Presi- ; Thursday in „ wage dispute. Both
Previously 11 persons, seized for c r e s e corporation expects an in- and Mrs. Carl L. Arnold • of Salts- Bremerton, Wash., Navy Yard, and,
k/t~lUWIlk1<k7V^l£<Wl.l*.l'l . . . •
dent Irvm Behm, Secretary Clark ; the communication workers and the uestioning In the kidniping andl » in steel prices ranging from burg and four grandchildren. according to the Navy, has seveve
Pollock, and manager William i manufacturing employes are afflll. filing last Monday morning of the $2,50 to $6 a ton—rwith a possible Friends will be received in the structural and mechanical damage.
Owwhnour. New disease-resistant' atftd w U h the telephone federation. .aughter of James E. Degnan OPA compromise on about $4, Robinson Funeral 'lorne, Saltsburg Navy officials told a reporter
varieties will be discussed by Dr.! L. xecutive, had been given lie-detec- 2. The 700,000 ClO-Steelworkers, after 10:00 o'clock tomorrow morn-
there is no present plan to scrap the.
who are committed to strike for $2 ing. Services will be conducted in ship. Otherwise, however, they said,,
Burke. Mr. Menusan will give the| WASHINGTON, Jan. 10.-W)- or tests. Seven were released, Early j
retuls of demonstrations with DDT i Switchboard operators of the Ches- oday police seized a 46-year old move a day next Monday, expect a the funeral home Saturday after- no decision has been reached on.
durlng the past growing season. The apeake and Potomac Telephone an found near the scene where substantial offer from the corpora- noon, January 12th., at 3;00 o'clock. what should be done with the Penn«
Potato Growers Association wiU; C o m p B n y slarted leaving their posts arts of the child's body had been tion. Guesses on this range between Interment in the Saltsburg Ceme-
pop} orders for certified seed and at J0 a, m. today to Attend a union emoved from sewers Monday night, 15 and 22 cents an hour or $1.20 to tery.
probably also DDT. Plans will be;protest meeting
made for th« reorganization of the ( Washington phone service was
State's Attorney William Tuohy $1,76 a day.
lisclosed that bones found in the Government officials mentioned
Xluto To/I Prompts
UEJIZQLJvA, w ho pass
three cooperative spray rings Coun- immediately curtailed,
ty Agent J. W. Warner will show. Efforts to reach operators brought
uvnace of the apartment building only a slight possibility that the ed away in the Indiana Hospital,
Verburgh tends and In the amount of price increase to be al- Tuesday night, will be buried to-
colored »Ud«« and colored motion' e j t h e r no answer or a recorded an- jasement of which they had said, lowed the steel industry mi?ht be morrow morning, . The
pictures. Suzanne's body had been dissected, announced during the day. Some Services will be conducted in St.
nouncementsaying that "operators
are on strike." weer not human bones, Police had presidential advisers have opposed Bernard Catholic church, Friday
believed they were from the arms making it public until some action morning at 9;30 o'clock, Reverend ernor Martin today
Veterans, fnc. of the Degnan girl which still are has been taken by the New York Father James Brady will officiate, agencies to "crack down hard" on
Safetv Ass'n To
CITY. Jan. 10-MP)
missing. All other parts of her body wage conferees.
have been recovered. instead, these officials spotlighted
Interment in St, Bernard cemetery. law violators.
Friends are being1 received in the Coincidentaily, a state report
war veterans, impatient with
housing shortage and high real
A brief inquest into Suzanne's. attention on the report of the Pres- Bell Funeral Home, Wayne Ave. showed 1,208 persons were killed in
death was held yesterday but was I ident's other fact-finding panel — vehicular traffic accidents in the
te prices, have decided to do
their own building, strictly for vet- I New mining laws will come in
i for some explanation at the regular
continued for three weeks- Later j appointed to investigate the CJO-
yesterday, the child's mother, Mrs, Auto workers' demand for a 30 per 2,660 Deer K.'l/ed first 11 months of 1943—101 move
than the corresponding period in
Helen Degnan, 36, was told, the bru- , cent wage increase from General
»wv^ Brand of Leader, announc- i monthly meeting of the Indiana
- tal details of Suzanne's death. They ; Motors.
TflENTON, N. J.. Jan. 10. lAP)1 1944. -
ed they will incorporate as veterans Council of the Joseph A. Holmes weer related to her by the Rev, The three-man panel struggled to Hunters in the state during last
jB&eociated. sell stock to 300 ex-ser- Safety Association to be held in the George Gearney, the Parish Priest i place its report and reeammenda- month's open season bagged 2.titiO|
Vloemeu, and build low cost homes assembly rooms of the Rochester who first had told the parents, thatitions on Mr. Truman's desk today. deer, an increase of only 27
tobeioid only to World War two an d Pittsburgh Coal Co.. office here Su*ann« had been killed. 50th day of the motor shutdown. over 1844 despite the fact last year's
.tomorrow evening at 7:30. extended
The Degnani havo another daugh- Whether the document would be season State Fish an additional day.
The and Game Council
will be recruit-!1 James Lamb, William Shields, ter. Elisabeth, 10. made public immediately was not
and other veterans Tom Blue. John Simpson, John Funeral services for the tiny vie- clear. of the Department of Conservation,
Leadbetter, and Thomas P. Lymph Chicago Detectivt Chief Walter Storms is pictured looking into n
military installation*. Urn of one of Chicago's most repul- General Motors offered the 17$,- ' ' announcing the 1945 score, attri-
have been named on a committee sewer where the severed head of six-year-old Suzanne Degnan, sive killings were to be held to- 000 striking auto workers an i n _ outed the only slipbt increase to;
Uo Yutang, author, has in., to prepare a elate of officers for the abducted from her bedroom early Monday, was found Monday morrow. crease of IS 1-8 per cent. i the heavy snows and the fact that-
H> Oriental version of the!annual election by President An night. All facilities of Chicago police force are concentrated on i no Saturday fell within tbfr^feft. 17
1 drew Bcngcton. hunt for killer, and mayor has taken change of case. (Retd th» Gatettt Cl«Mi*ied) (Gtttttt W«at Ad* P«r) | to 31 dates. J