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January 24, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 17

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1930. 1'HHJ JDAIJUY - I J U U K 1 U J H , (.;urs'iVJii.ULSVl Nine Billions in Tehees Collected by Federal, State ' \ m i ' ' And Local Governmnt, 1 Th.i total amount of -ta collected by tho Federal, utato u u l local gov- ornnionts In tho United titiUos In tho fiscal y«xr omifid In 1!'2S amounted to $9,28!,000,000, as agaiiwt $9,069,000,000 In the preceding yenr, according to a study juet completed by tho National Industrial Conference Board. Tho increase In total tax receipts over tho preceding year was due entirely to rising state and local taxex, Federal tax colloctloni* for 1928 having been lower than for either :1927 or IS2S. State governments for tho fiscal year 1SJH8 collected «. total of $1,465,000,000, afi agaiiut Jl.SGR.OOO'.OOO tho year before, while local govorn- jnenU; collected $4,f30,000,000' a a ngnliwt $'1,367,000,000 In tho preceding FREE OF CHARGE SHE HELPED KILL CHICAGO. Jan. 24.--Blond CJene- vleve O'Brien, exonerated of c'h:iiT,qn that a\u helped to nwrd.e-.' h e r \ HUB-. b u n d to climax u clandestine) romanco, w e n t homo to her f a t h e r t o d a y , leaving her e r s t w h i l e , sweetheart, Samuel Howard Dorr, In the c m i n l y j a i l facing i m p r i s o n m e n t the rest ot hlis life. Mrs. O'firien was ncqtiltt i d in three h o u r s last niglit by a j u i ' \ a f t e r one of the, f a H l e s t m u r d e r t r i a d s :',u Cook c o u n t y history. Four day:, from the e f u - j time she left, her cell for the- courf- " i room she w a l k e d out, f r e e d . Hut in t h a t f o u r dny«, she. w a story of sordid r o m a n c e w i t h Dorr us a lust desperate move f··!· (roodom and. won. Her nerves b o l s t e r e d by d r u g s , she recited in dehii' the. f o u r - m o n t h love a f f a i r t h a t , was a p r e l u d e murdcir of W i l l i a m , her hus- Onee she- collapsed and anteroom for 15 m i n u t e s before she could muster con rage to face a c r o w tied eourl- room and q u e s t i o n i n g i roseeiHoTH a g a i n , Tho blond 23-year-old defendant, how-over, finished her to-slin o n y , denying on cross-examination that, she k n e w a b o u t u plot to k i l l he r h u s b a n d or t h a t she had a n y t h i n g 10 do w i t h the- a c t u a l s h o o t i n g i n t h e b a t h r o o m Total f«x collections by all govern ' mental agencies havo increased a toad - lly since 1923, whon tho aggregate receipts amounted to $7,234,000,000, in oplte of the substantial tax reduction program effected hy the P-edornl Gov- ernmont since that time. Taxation figures alone, however, do to the · not present a complete account of tho [ b a n d . financial burr'an assumed through'! screamed with r i g h t In public exponditureo. While-, in the long run, expenditures and taxes go hand In hand, loans resorted Lo in an Increasing degree by m u n i c i p a l i t i e s and frtatos d u r i n g roesnt year.", o f t e n :route a di;--;''arlty bo-lween \\pondi- turosi and tax receipts w h i c h eventually has to be made up by tho taxpayer;!. Thus a. total ot: J12.170,000,001) v.-a« expended by the Federal, s l n t o j and local governments in tiie U n i t e d States d u r i n g tho fiscal year ended in 1927, igalnst total tax receipts in t h a t . year "f only $0,059,001',UOO, resulting in an excss ot expenditure,!! over tax "*.-C"ipta of awe t h a n $3.10!.000,09i). Thlm Mtm represents I w r r o w i n g by «tate, m u n i c i p a l and other local gov- e r n m e n t a l nuHioritieu, the Federal G o v e r n m e n t d u r i n g tlri« Urn;; h a v i n g i n i ' t i r r e d no now Indebtedness, find, of course, n o n - t a X M - i v e n u e s , such as t'ee«, lincts, p e n a ! t i ( . - - , j-jK-olal aascestnonlfl, lute-rent on p u b l i c f u n d s and receipts on a c c o u n t of e x t e r n a l loans. iiulli.'iillvo of t h e d l f f - r e n c o In poll- ciesf botwoen the Federal and stole KOvcM'iiments, on tho one hand, and t h a t of the local government*, on the other, are tho f o l l o w i n g f i g u r e s c-on- 1 - ' i n e d In tho re-port: t i t the fl'jca.1 yoar 1 IJiUT, the IsiteHt for w h i c h combined diiki fur n i l g o v e r n m e n t a l agencies arc available, the local governments* Incurred (K! per cent of all public expenditure:! In tho United StatcH, but colluded only -18.3 p a r cent of a l l taxes; t h e stn-to government's liiiare of p u b l i c j expemiituree was .13.G |)er cent, w h i l e ) tho toxc-s collected by them constituted 15 per cent of a l l t a x e s ; , t h e ; .Kedorfll government, i n c u r r e d IK!.4 per cent of the- total p u b l i c expenditure.*! and collected 36.S per c e n t of all taxes!. . Statn anil local faxctt covubiued for tho liscal y«ir 1927 iiK-reti«ecl in all but tlis'ee states, North Dakota, South "Dakota and Montana, and tiie de- creiifiei. In these states wore oHght.. 'l'iit-:i! collection.') of a i a t o and local t a x e s jif.-r caj)ltn of pojittlation were Ki'cater-t i n N'ftvuda, a m o u n t i n g U . *(«.«·!, rollecting tho f a c t IJinl the popu- LigoniCr hit ion of tlio K t a t o Is rc-lat!vely s m a l l , and t h a t there arc- opi ratlin; w i t h i n j tho state great m i n l n c enterprK-ies | w h i c h .Day heavy «tato and local taxes. rall'tovnla ranked tiwoud w i t h Ktato and local tax collections a t n o u n t i n s to ·$78.16 liC-r r«itta, and New York Stato t h i r d , w i t h $76.In per « i p i f a . Alahanui'n Bta-te and l o c a l tux collection's wore lowest, a m o ' i n t i n r : l.o 317.'S per pnpittt. The ave.rug» »;tato and local t r i x collection per ·.·upital for ail states waa $48.2-1. S t a t e and local t a x c o l l e c t i o n s woro home. She a d m i t t e d Dorr \vas w i t h her t h a t n i g h t and h i n t e d h u t didn't say t h a t he fired t h e shots ' h a t killed | O'lirien the next m o r n i n g . j A l t h o u g h s h e w a s h y s l e r i - ' a l d u r i n g | most of the t r i a l , she wavi t 10 caluieiit-l pors:)ii In the c o u r t r o o m whc-ti tlto I verdict, wn.s r e t u r n e d . A crowd of | women, who stayed i h r o u s i t h e din- " nor h o u r in h u p e s of h e a r ns a ver- tliot, cheered and rush--.':! lo cong r a t u l a t e her. She reimi:':ied calm w i t l i o n l y tho c o m m e n t , "I'll, I ' m so glad." W i t h t h a t s h e w e n t b a c k t o t h e home she l e f t t o m a r r y ( V i i r K r i i . l u March sho w i l l become iSio nuuhcr of a fathorlt'iss child. Dorr, convicted last wcok ul D ' H r i e n ' s '"".rder, r e m a i n e I In j a i l , w i t h l i f t - imiM'isonmoni i n i - r o c p e c t . ALVERTON BOY LOSES AN EYE WHILE COASTING AI.VKHTON. Jan. 24.--Joj-eph G r i h - c\ n i n e years o l d , ' s o n o: .Mr. a n d : Mrs. William G r i b b l o of A l v . - r l o i i . lost i ! iiis left, eye last night as lie. r e s u l t j ' of a c o a s t i n g a c c i d e n t n e a r his home. ] Y o u n g (ii'lbble was o u t w l t ' t a n o t h e r , i boy e n j o y i n g the w i n t e r pa time. } In uome. Jfashion he is no' H i t i - ' « ex- '· at'lly how, a sled r u n n e r v ;is i h n i E t \ i n t o i i i K pyc. T h e b a i l w;.-) i n j u r e d ! wo I w d l y t i j u l surgeons at MIR Wt:n-; m o i v l a n d ' l i o t i p i t i i l at Ci - e e t i f b i i r g '· oi)li;:ed to remove t i n - member. «p ,-, 1O OC I . I O O M K U . bopii l a k f - u at. r e c t o r s nt' t l t r v a n d t h o tkm f t h u Jan. 2!.-- Ai a m e e t i n g t F i r s t N a r i o ml N a t i o n a l .Hank of t h e u s u r p e r o f t h t w o I n s t i t u t i o n s , t'lToctivft M a r c h t, to bo k n o w n a s t h e l a g o n i e r N « t K ) - i a l H a n k . Tho a.-i:.tts w i l l he a p p r - ' . x l m a t e l y ¥U.:U)o,Oyp. The alockhoHlsVs .vill meet on . K e b r i i L i r y 27 io r a t i f y tlu jlan. if-!".Ill per capita of p o i i ' . t l a t i o n In tho ; i i f c a l y e a r ended in lf»:JV in t h e S t a t e ; / :f I ' c n n s y l v n n i a . I Peimsviile P K N X a V I b L K , J a n . 2-1.-- Rov. M.'V. r ) e v n u x of n r o w n s v i l l u p r e a c h e d "t t ' l p I ' e n i ) , s v i l l e K v a t i f t o l i o a l C h u r c h o n last S u n d a y n f t e r n o o n . Uev. l.iev:ux was at one t i m e p a s t o r oi' tho .ppniis- v i l l o c h u r c h a n d h a n m a n y frien-i.-! here. .Mrs. .U. K. M i l l e r . Mr:i. L. S. i r . i r - iKHigb, Mrs. .May H u r r l H " :icl Mr.-: 1C. .1, l l i t n e i ' wore a t Scottda'.r M f . i u i a y a f - t e r n o o n ativ'jtuling tiie f u n e r a l (?" K o v . I r. S. Myers. Tho Myers f a m i l y him i n . i n y f r i o r . t i s In P c n n s v i l i f w h o d f . ' u l y s y m i a t . h i K c w i t h t h i v u i I n t h e i r beroaveinen:. Mr.s. Oonahl U r o w u inn! l i t t l e , sd-it ot Scott il'.ilo v l s l t t ' d IKTO Tuesday ; 't t h e lionie of Mrs. Hro\vu';! p a r e n t s , M;'. and Mr.-'. CJeorKo f a v a u a n n h . \Vo a-'e jd-^d 'o n'.'ti i u-ii. 1'. U n a s , who is )!i t l i » sick l i s t , ): imtirovur.;. Marion Mi!hr i s a t I ' n i a n t t i w n t h i s w e e k s e r v i n g o n t h e j u r y . Mrs. H e l l o K i ' f f c r a n d Mrs. h u r l m i a ( " r o a s l a n d of noar Mui'ph.v Siilin.v, T u e s d a y . M a r kit.'- a n d \vowl v: But We K n o w They Do An a u t l x i r i l . v on ostriches denies M i n i they bury t h e i r lifiids in ( l i e iiiind to oKesiiw notice. This .«poll:: n splen did ('iiintmrlmin f l i n t hns he-onin eiv U-:iri'cl by long nsjige.--Mlaneapolia J o u r i u i l . Flying Banker Accrpis University Po«t '/T y/si 1 Every one new this season! Many of them were priced as high as $37.50. After a busy season's selling we find a number of odd lots remaining . . C ne and two garments oi? this type--several of that . . . and so on ndefinitely. We've gone over the entire stock --picked out the ot d lots and broken sizes, and grouped them all at $1 8.75. Not all sizes in each style, but all sizes in the assortment. Saturday 01 ly at $1 8.75. Cooper's c Handsome xhirha in. the smart new pai-terns. A l l u.ry t a i l o r d to oxacl:- i u g specifications. i roa.de!ot IIP, madras, porcalofi, p u p l h , jac(juardM antt othcra. Collar atta 'liocl stylos. Formerly priced to $3,0 i. Another g r o u p of high i fade shirts t h a t are regularly sold o $0.00, ia now reduced to one of these Cooper's Union ltK protect your health. All styles, all sixes, all shades. Cotton Union Suits, were $2.25, now Worsted Union Suits, were $3,50, now Wool Union Suits, were $5,00, now Wool Union Suits, wore $G.OO, now Wool Union Suits, were $(5.50, now .75 !i_ $4.87 $.·· - mm f// m Heavy Cotton Union Suits Gray only. $2.00 values $1.75 Glafltenbury Shirts and Drawers Soft, or stiff Reduce rl . Reduced TIT 1 ! 17 JP i 11 JLci c Bridgeport v'.pltor.i W i l l U i i u o? :inii' ;if Mrs. . P. L i - u h u v : on S ' t u d a y . O l i v o H a r r i s siiii 1 :) f r o m L: u n t i l Wt '.iiit.uiuy BRHXiiKiROUT, Jan. 2-1,--Mr. and . WDJIain S t n l l l e y and son, J u n i o r , of M a t h e r , were visiting tho fonnor's Iuve.nt'!, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. S'inllJoy EiHiday. 'Mrs. F. \j. B l a i r U f»poiiilinf;- uome- tlnii "wHh r o - i a t i v f i a of itea-r J o h n s town. Mr. and Mrri. 'J'hoinas G-oesey and tei'. N a o m i , of W i l p e n , wc-ro 't; at, the 'some of l.h«ir j;ran-(i- ]arentrf, Mr. i i . i t ' l Mrs. W. AV. Pu'llln Sun day. CJeoi'Kt' S-initli is convalesiMMit rtt ids litniio f ; i k ) w i n g an nporaiton nt Uie Mount I'lM.'-sarit l l o H p i i a l . Mrs. (I-wirge G r a y of B-iurh:yn is n u f - | f-nrlng n f n i c t u r c d arm receJv-ttd is n f :t I I . hsvle. I). ICril'er of Iron liridge was; vi.Altln.R~ h l n H o u - l n - l i i \ v a n d daughter, Mr. and Mr.s. \Y. C'. S m i l l o y . Mr. mid Nfr.s, (''. S. Helientho.l h a v e '.-ruirnc-.i homo l'»-oni N V n t J i n i K t o n , !'.i., i \ v h o r o t h e y w*)r- v:-. ; itiniv i.liolr B o n - i n ! l a w , Ooori-'i 1 ; C'ii'-.'ro, \vlto is a u a t i o n ! u a lio.- : i.'ltal t h e r e f o l l o v v i u i t an vnt;ra- t.'mn for a-i|v*idi ' i t i ; . - , Mr. and M;-^. H"i.liia;n H'oke o" n o a r \Vi,(id'.ltilf \vero caliii];,; i . i r M r . a n d Mrs. Thomas I ' a r l i o n on Ttws-day. M r . a n d M r s i . KLdivrt ll.u'i. 1 a n d f i i ' n !!y l i j u M i ! H i i n d a . ' in - M o u n t I ' l e a . s r i n l ·.i!. U:s h i i ) K of Mr:-. I i a v c ' s pariMi'.;;, M r . a i ' d Mrs. W i l l i a m H I I I T - , \ v h ' . ' . ' I - '.h-«y «'it;-i. r a l i ^ l i:i i i c c o t t n l . *;-.' l i u . o r i o u s iih.;';··-: o ' Mr.s. M u r e . !;.-.·;·.,!! s , ' ! ' v i i : - - i it!·(_·' l.ioint', r o n t i n i i i - : 1 ·'U t ! ' ^ )·. iiiu:t'l'i ; i C h u r c l i . ' . * . · ! ) ltn'!;; v at!i'ii lauce-y n,:'h ev-onini: "j'ii- p a - t i i r . H» v v. .!. o. i;i.'0ioi is · ^ · · i i i K v . i ; \ K:'\ . \V. .\l, - M i n v r d Trapped in a giant Ford all-metal plane, which crashed and burst Uvto f k m e s S etwccti Loa Angeles and San Dieffo, sixlerr. persons, in hiding two pilots, were burned to death, Motor t r o u b l e was blamed for the accident. The airliner carried a capacity load of h o m e - b o u n d and women m e r r y m a k e r s from Ai:ua ( ' a i i o u l e track. Picttiro shows a l l t l ;it rcm;um.'(i of t h i s m o i of the air after the crash.. From CM 'if! Grsy Preston. 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