The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 31, 1930 · Page 1
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 31, 1930
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· V JLiast itliditi diltion Connellsville's Biggest and Best Ne\^spaper. The Bost Advertising Medium in the Tough' Region, voL.;2s; NO. GO. The Weekly Coiirlt'r, Vonn'led Jutj- TT, 1870, Tlic Untly Cuui'ler, Ftiiatc-U- November 1O, 1003. is, man, CORNELLS VILLE, PA,, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31, L930. TWENTY PAGES. CAPSTAN GLASS COMPANY TO SHIP 2,500 CARLOADS OF PRODUCT DURING 1930 ®- Ouflook Hrighter Than in 1820, When 2,100: Cars Were Seist . Out From Plant. - THREE MILLION PIECES WEEKLY Confesses Attacks Increased production is the outlook of the, Capstan Glass Company f o r ] 1930, according to .Samuel B Ue-' Moroll, fifties manager of tho company, .whose, plant i'n located at South Oon- nollevllle, who gave an impromptu talk Thursday evening at tho nfeeting of the Rotary Club, ~" MV. .DeMc-rell eaid that the', company. expected to w h i p 2,500 full carloads of containers this year, which mwiin an Increase of 400 cars over the output "o£ 15129. The aale5 manager gave a brief resume of tlii! recent,, convention of the 32 salesmen who fti'o located in lfl.| offices in tho principal cities of t h e i United States and Canada. Mr. DoMM-ell explained that f h » company · manufactures 375 different styles and sixes of containers and that it «peeiall/.E-s entirely Ui glasfi containers tor food products. Ho sa)d that thc/in;uiy styles and sizes etn- braco three- particular lines~-tum"blers, wide m o u t h jars and condiment bottlee, tho letter being for catsup and ·vinegar purposes. The salee manager eaid that the plant produces approxiinately.3,000,000 pieces weekly, . . . . - ' Edward Ralph, lf, has confessed to Cleveland police that he is the gunman who has been teironzing women in thi: Ohio city. He has admitted wounding-/ Mrs. Mary Pshock and Miss Beatrice Gallagher when they -refused his attentions, but has denied any knowledge of the 'fatal shooting of Miss Janet Blood, 16-year-old high school irirl. A. B. NORTON, JR., S. A, KENDALL ARE INJURED BY FALLS The boavy snowfall and'iey railroad platforms'i'n' Washington', 1). C., contributed to ;i broken arm sustained by A. U. Norton, Jr., of Conncllsvillo and a Bprainod wrist of Congressman, Samuel A. Kendall'of Meyersdalo on j Thursday. 'Irfr. Nortc-n, wiio had been on a busin-e»3 trip to New York and Philadelphia, was -eliausing trains at -the union station in Washington. As ho was approaching his train ho slipped, and fell on tho icy platform, doubling Ills loft arm under htm. A man,'walking lu front of lilm, also fell but was uninjured'.' Mr. Norton did,not know until iie was in tho train th-at-lie-had broken Ills loft arm above the-elbow. A fellow pasaoriger removed -his.over- coat and made him comfortable. At Martlnsburp, W. Va., he was removed from the tralii, taken to a ''hospital whore his arm was dressed and -he was placed on a later train, arriving hero this morning. He was taken to his liomo a 112 East Patterson avenue where ho is resting as comfortably as could bo expecte-d. ," '. Congressman Kendall was getting «ut of bis automobile at Washington When be slipped and fell, spraining his right wrist. His injury did not prevent him from carrying out Ms plants and he attended the ceremony at Unionto.v.-u last Tilght whem Sergeant Smith Fuller was -presented with the Distinguished Service Cross. Mr. Kendall accompanied Colonel Thomas W. Damih^ chief of staff, Third Corps Area. THOMAS MOSES WILL ATTEND SAFETY MEET AT UN10NTOWN, FEB. 8 Special l o Courier UN-IONTOWN. Jan. SI. -- Tho-mas Moses, n-reside-n t of the H. C. Frick POWERS GIVE VIEWS ON HOW TO-UMirr SHIPS "LONDON, Jan. 31.---The; five-power naval conference- got down to work, today when four of tho live nations presented their views on how to l i m i t warships. · Tho presentations 'were made at a meelliiK of the delegates sitting as a committee In St. James Palace. (treat UrltiUn, Franco, Italy and .Japan outlined their positions on Uniting Hhiis, class by class, or putt i n g a general limit on total navul strength. Tho United States declined to stale Us position pending further study of the naval needs advanced .-by the other four powers. ( Uniontown Taxi Driver Dismissed ,By Police Judge PtTTSmjHG, Jan. 31.--John Bon- Klorno, 27, ot' Uniouiowii, regarded a strikebreaker, vho was charged w i t h threatening a crowd w i t h a crank handle at th- ril-labiuM,' Lake Krio Railroad staMom Wednesday was cll.s- chiU'gwl by Magistrate f.'C-n Rotlu-n- birg yt'sUerday in Central Police Cciui't who n lie e x p ' n l n o d be iliil not threaten anyone and that 1« had no c r a n k UamUo but did have a wrem-h with wliirli he iiHe-nc'.ed fo du MO me repair work. (illinium iMcs In t'hiiJr. Q g y f N I N C i , N Y., J a n . :!l.--Mii.:b.u! Belo foul. Hri-o'-ciyu initunau, w a J J c u d t j u j i i t l v (o t i i c death e hair nt tiug ···;.i« orluou l a t e last .ubil» Coik-e Company, will attend' tho fifth annual -bamruet of the company plautH in the Southern Divialori at the White Swan Hotel February 8, it was announced today. Tho toastmater will be J. T. Pis-ula superintendent of the."Footedal'e and Buffiiigton mine i. · Bosldesi -PresMent Moses, '.speakers, will be d;li, LmU.on, safety-director,'"!!!. J. Murphy, --assistant 1 safety director and O. P.'Lynch, general superintond- ttepresontativ a will attend from Bufliugton, Continental Nos. :i · and 2, Edenborn, Fiibi.rt,, Footedal-e, Gates, Kyle, I/eith, Lambert, Lec'krone No. 1 and 5, Tjblsonriiig No. 2, Ijornont, Pal- oner, Phillips, Ralph, Redstone, Stripping Plant and Yor-k Run. EIDES BICYCLE EIGHT YEARS WITHOUT MISHAP, THEN -IS KILLED BY AUTO . { · - : . Uy U i .Mc.KKBSPOR'1 Sayer, 28,; of JDr ·died laflt niis;ht pital from a - f i x when ii b icy do struck by an ai Barney .Hlndmai It'was Siyer'« started to^ use Ii ago. He was re tho Clairtbn ml' nite,! frcsa. . Jan. 31. -- I'hUip avosuurg,- near here, in McKeasport I-los- -cturml skull received he was riHng was tomobile driven by of Coal .Valloy. ftr«t accident silica lie is bicycfo eight y-oara t u r n i n g from work in lis at the- time. ;· JUDGE BERKEY'S TRIAL TO OPEN MONDAY MORNING PITTSBURG, Jan. 31,.--When the spucial term of Federal Court con- v-enea liere n-oxt Monday, February:!!, and trial of J u d ^ a John A. Berkcy awl 15 the Som-di'Set. county prohibition ..violation tiaso .opens, Judgo F. P. Sc looninakor probably will preside.: Confirmation of the daio was learned t o i i u y through attaches of the Federal f o u r t here. , Glider Drcpped From Los Angeles 3,^00 Feet Ajbft LAKBHURST, N. J., '-Jan.' IJ.1;--A glider, piloted by Lieutenant Ralph S. Bamaby, »lipped away f-rora thei Navy dirigible Ltos -Angiies today ^t ui altitude- ot 3,0-00' feet.and made' u successful flight over the naval air station hero. · B a r n a b y ' i s the o n l y licenser! glider pilot in the - N a y ; . . · · -. · ' Accklcnteil (!-RRI.N'SBUH(;. .Ian. S1-, --A v e r d i c t of aceidentiU do:;th was - retu'rued lo-d a y - b y the 'coroner's j u r y In the wise of Thomas M a t - ' i x s - ' k l , ' - f i v e , who/ wan f a t a l l y injured en the Gr-eensburg-' Sfotldale road im J a n u a r y 2. r i, when struck :by a n ' iiuloinobllc. I t . C. J^iKi- iiif; of .YounffwtM'd, driver of tho car, was exonerated cC any blame. I'asscs .Slnff! MiKs Mildred -iM/iuer of. N n n n a l v i l l e h f i s t^.i^^ed tlu^ .r'-'jiio Uoord I'Xmuui-i- U'.MIX and Is j t o v u rtiKlstei-wt nut.'.; in t i n ) \\ r (Mt P n u n HoaplUl. She is UK: o£ Mr. j, m! Mi'a. J, W. Allimi.-. NIGHT SESSION OF INSTfflJTE OPEN TO PUBLIC lr. F. ('. 'Hart-well, .Supcrin- tendeift of Buffalo Schools, Will Be the Speaker. DINNER SERVED TO TEACHERS A special program wi,ll bo conducted t] tin evenliiK In connection with the ioiat toacbers instil ute of the Con- {SlUiville oity and Dun bar township school districtfe, *o which the public is efepecUitly invited Pr E C H.irtweil superintendent of public, schools at Buffalo N Y , "will be the speaker ' Tyhat k-, Right "With thr Schools," ib the tubject of lik add rf st The High Schfwl 0 relies fa will fur n i f h niu^ic and Mi^s Alaiy Pi.ini.eft Bii-ssr-will be solofet. The program begirw at iS\'c,loK A new fepar'tti-rD Iri connection with teachers' Institutes hore was observed la^t n i g h t when a dinnei 101 tho teaching corps of tho ConnelKsvllle ihchools was, ileW at the Flrti Pioabv- tenan Olnirch Fveij nibtructor and the Board of Direptort ul tended and th-orouKhlv enjoyed a v fy interesting program. The educational meeting and dinner wat3 featured hj the vdIrebti ot l ) r Ellicrt K FreUell of Columbia. University, %vho spotp on ' I/iff, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness " 'He (said a. person coukl happy it (Satisfied and that everyone should be looking; to^i bomelhing different getting new holjbiea A man or ^o- m a n , he; declared,-."mustn't become eo abf orbed in life work t h a t all sense of other thing6 Is lost." Dr. .-KrotweU eald he believed'every- on? should have a hobby He explained that gardening had been his own hobby ami that a ear ago txte entir* 1 family took up aicherj "Ijook for something different to avoid -monotony," he seld. Ile"advl8xl' the young men that if they had been going to Hoe, their glrj! friends on Wednesday to try Tuesday or Thursday'for a -.·change. 'Should a'he llko a ''certain kind of candy, he ucivteed fiurprlnlng her by taking ahotlnjf' k i n d : B e l a B . Smith, superintendent of (jchoola, was toaiitmagteri Ho explained the purpose.of the dinnor-mee-tlng an being to permit a closer acriuaintauce-. ehi; betweeirtho teachers and also the tea chore and school di rectors. Ho pointed out that teachers d i d n ' t - h A v o mtich opportunity io becomo /ac^ in a Hpclal way, .All - f the Cwowned Corn Seed Queen Comely Miss Rath Thomas, 13, took top honors at the Good Corn Seed t Contest, held at Sedalia. Ma,, Thc large number of men and boys entered did not prevent Miss Thomas fiom establishing the superiority of th? fair se.t in this line' oi endeavor. (Interns. t.lonu.i Heiv«r«»U Just Off the Wire By U n i t c;l I'ross. ·\V/\smNnTON. Jti-i. SI.i-The tariff on cement, would cost $103,000,000 a ! year, Senator. McMaetcrs, Republican, i South Dakota, toki 1 he Senate, today, ! urging iidopWon of:' hie amendment to put cement on .-the iroo list. . HAKRISBURG, .Jail. .31.--Traveling j by bus to Duke University, H. Wendell ' Sterrelt, 17, of Brpofcville. near .PltMs- "buvff, was robbed 'of $184 that he intended to use- in .paying his tuition at the institution, State Police here announced today, HIOKMAN, Ky., - Jen. "31.--Joseph "Pongo" ,Cfl,ntilion,.· veteran, baseball player, manager and umpire, died at his home here today. . He had been confined' to his.bed' following a paralytic B'trolce. ' . . - , BERLIN, Jan. 31.-A mob o f . u n e m - j ployed started a .food-riot in Lictttcn- j. berg, a suburb - p i .Berlin today, plundering a #tore and beating a. group of. shop girts-..' About 30 r i o t e m i n - j Viuled a workers ..cooperative store ami ! seined bread anl sausages. They de'; niollsbed fixtures in th«-store, Salvation Airmy Band Being Organized Here; Instruments Are Needed r-O 07AEK BOY Oi\ J U J ) K SC A I-FOLD BUILT IN BAR? LOFT membere of the Bowrd of "Education present were-introduced. DUNBAR MMILY IN IMMEDIATE NEED OF CLOTHING AND FOOD Tho family of Jamoe HIlea of near Dunbar is 1n ilire; n'qed 'ot food, uloth- Ing and Cuol, according to infonnatiou -rocalycd by The Courier. It -\vn« Held t h a t the. father, mother and four chij- dri;n are in actual awl intinediale need afid an appeal la made to the people ,of «hi« vicinity to Jend aid at once. The father, 75 yearK old, is crippled a's 1s tho only son, A datigh-tor who is afal-i to .work hart not been ttblo to HC-. cure.«ite«dy employinent arid the remuneration for her services is -said to be very eraal!. Tha family canio to Diuibar about five years ago from Oliver, ." , -';..'.· ,;-;' ; ;: " ; . By TJnit'cT Prest BOONVILIVB, Mo., Jar. 3.1.--Lawrence Mabry, an Ozark 1 oy of 19 joars, WAS tlroppc i from improvisrd gallows .-through a trap in a barn loft, here today as he murmur-d a newly Learned--prayer ami ivttBm ited a iaiit smilo, Lawrence £elt to .his-de .th":at !):1V A, M. Mabry was convlnted of dlling William. Buscb, a youag law student, at, Svdaliii, Mo., February .'-it, J12S,- (luring au attempted holdup. Mrftbry pao;d hifa- cell in t n : ndjoining brick billlrUrig during the ! ight. There was a troiaor .in hln voico s he spoke of Iris sweoUioart, Wtta ,Si» lh..hia sister und' futtu-i- who b;ulo h nv farewell last nlffht. : \ ' · The ag-e-d mother was unable to eunid th(y Rbopk of .partJn ;. She ro- niainetl In seclusion 'while.; cr 70-year- old husband patted the Ix y on the shoulder and spoke a. few T ords. Tho boy squared his sh* uidora and achroved a'srailo as the slit ri.£f led biffl Taack to hit) cell. Long into tiic night ho rsad studl- oiifily but with difficulty from the 'Bible, In thiv Book of Join . t h e youth confided, JK found hia gr itest con- isolation. Cliief Wall Will ' Begins Ills Oi ties Saturday Jorning A Salvation Arm Band--the first ConneiisTillo.lias had.---is in process of organization under the direction of O'xplain r i To* Several m^nrberK hav« been rewniteci, but thore is a shortage of hi-strump-nt? ThH has prom-pted Captain Fox to appeal to pfKple of th-6 t it} dlul vicinity who hay, have tnijtritmente t h e y ' w i s h ' to donate or loan to'tho Army, If snch ( thor« bf t,h3v are asked to call the , cap-tain, \\hoso tolephon-o number is 1337. I n s t r u m e n t s n-ec-d-ed, the captain Raid, aro two a.ltoB, two baritones, one bass and three-corn-el^. aro now 10 persons engaged' 1 in Thgular practiwss.. The hope of th-e [ captain !B to incroiuse the -'-number to | 10. Mr. I^ox was.uiiAblo to sny wbsn ; tho (band wjll make its appearance in pullio but it probably will bo during 1 tho spring, it, was inthnatod. I Captaiii Fox is a corn-et'lst, as is · Mrs. Fox, Thoy--plnywl. flurlag the of Prayer »ervices at tho Or- Theatre aud at. s-omo of the chu-rcJiea. BELL SYSTEM TO LAY TELEPHONE CABLE ; ACROSS ATLANTIC WASHINGTON, .Ian. -Si.-- Plan-s Cor a trans-Atlantic t.elephoiu; . c a b l e of revo j-ution jiry ;doHiKn ' jiaVe . iMMiii ' r c- v-ealc.d hove by Waiter D. '.Glffonl,. preUlden ; t- of tho American Tele-phone .-' 'I'elegraph ComTiany, In te.stiniooy beforo the Senate Interstate i Commerce committee. i U win. carry as much tra/Ilc-'as all traiis-Atlantic cables combined, ho .sal'a, -will cost' $10,000,000- to '¥15,000,- OOi), and be ready in 1!)31..; Chic-f of'·-Police John C assume his duties) toriiorro Chief W»ll has tMjeii ii scoros of linieB since his a by Mayor'II. ;.t). Minerd, an iKUiualU'UviB iiiinself with this city. Ho, waa at the tion oarly. this', fore-noon ti his diiUtM?:?.ui put ev-eryl.ln for his position.- C h a r l e n ' - N H K has been acting chief and ho w i l l - b e hcadciuartors to .assist ,the u n t i l lie -is...thoroughly, f-.u lila ' " - . ' , Wall will v morning,. the ctty )p.olntnient 1 has boon iis tak Sii 1 .'oitco :Sta- look over g in ahapo serving, as detailed, to chief with WILLIAM MILLER PMED APPRAISER JFAYETTE COUNTY HA.MWSBUBG, Jn,n. 31.-- Morcantllo l.o serve during 1930 have ·been itppointod by Auditor General '·Ohivrlea A. Walte-rs, it was announced r hefo today. The apfioiutnwnt» ijiclud- ·-ott: ' ' ' · ' ' " - ' · ' ' · Fayetto--- ·VVilliam IX M illyr c-f l.Tniontp-wn. 1 . - . . ' Somerset-- Calvin IT, Shaulis df Hol- .sopple. "': '.-;'. : : _ We,'jtmorelan,ti- --H , J . . J; rdnn o£ .IJatrobe. Hariri n is of WESTVIRGINM UNIVERSin BEAN TO RESIGN DUTIES By United Press. MOR-GANTOWN, -\V. Va., Jan. 3.1.-Dr. Jasper N. Deahl, dean of the college of education and a member of the facility of West Virginia Un-iver- 'sity since 1901, announced that he would retire next Seolember. At the same time it was jrade known that Dr. Earl' ITudelsou of the University pf Minnesota had be'-n chosen as the new dean on .the .re-omimendation of Dr. Deahl. Dr. Deahl, who .will be 71 years old next spring,.said ho J oped to continue teaching for a few yearn after leaving thi pout of clean, lie is recognized as one.o-E the outstanding cniucators in flic state. . , Dr. Hudelson served under Dr. Deahl as profostior of secondary edu- cauou in Uie milvarsity here from 19UO to l!''2;i. · During the last year in -that poHilion, Dr. Hutiolson lived at. Bluclicld and wna 'in charge .of university extension oournes offered at Blueflfild, Athens, Ah-toalta; Branrwcll aucl Welch. He j s - 4 2 . PITTSBURGERS'CAR DROPS 50 FEET, STOPS ON 600-FOOT CLIFF By U n i t e d Proas. PITTSBURG, Jan. 31.---Two men escaped possible fati 1 injuries today when an automobile ii-.:which they wore riding crashed throu.vh a guard railing along Blgelow boulevard, dropped 50 feet and then stoj-ped on the edge of a COO-foot dTOp to -..he Pennsylvania. Railroad tracks below. George. Abdou, president, of the Abdou 'Press, .hi-c., a id Charles 'ban- ton; his secretary, w e r e the occupants of the cnr. Witshiujrton Hom*r -Snrigge of ISSUE APPROVED .WASHINGTON, J a n . 31.~--T,hu In-. terslate Goin-niore-e :OonimisHloii an- tlioS-izo'd tho Pittsburg '-"W«'at Virginia Rtiilronrt t-fulay f a Uisue $6,0-00,000 of : its 80-y-e'ar iivc-i per cent bonds to sell. for. n o t : - J O S J K . llian jiai' and a«:niod iivlerest. Ui'o-ceeda W i l l be u.-;o(l in )tiiuiu;in-g llur road's -exl-unsi-on 10 Coiniotlsvill-e, Pil. ' . ' · · ' · Is I n j u r e d . U-NIOXT-OWN,. ,hui, .'Jl.--Hurry John?,'" 25, was iulmiltu.d to the Brownsville General 'Hogpitnl this t n o r a l n c s u f f e r i n g f.rom 'lacerations of tho h'nad aiirl loft ·· hitnd.- Vte Hvc-is ii\ Sou'h : l-iriiwiifiville- un'd- -works at. the jjlani. He WHS I n j u r e d io. the MORE THAN EXPECTED ATI/EfS" MNNERSA'flJRMY: More, t h a n 200 portions a e oxpoctod to altejKl the bunquet ;Sati rday night which Ie' being spoliso'rcd by/Walter E. Brown BoM, "Vetorans it, Foreign "\Vars, -in ijclobration of U e anniversary of the outbreak' iif the Piilllniilhe- Insurrection? , , - : " · ' · · · . : ' The dinner'."'will: be. .he! I in tlio post- rooiiiB hi North ..PittH'l urg street. Thero will 'be a yery intoi aating-prp- gjram'.oE'.iijafilc' an-l spea cing...'; Distinguished vfeltorsi- will be seated at Uio speaker.s' table. . - . ' - ' · ; ...'.. : N i l t l l H I l Sll'ailS - 8 1 - . - - , | ; - . : y NIiW TORrC, ; Jan. 'XJ. --. -N-jitliBn Stra-us,' p h i l a n t h r b p i a t , '--col' braie'd lijs S2iul birthday. : .(o:r'lay.: r 1AX CAREY BACK WITH PIRATE TEAlr : 1ILLACT AS COACH! PJTTSBUJW, 'Jan. .31.'--Max.'-Carey ·w'UJ return Mo'.liia okl , lovo, ' Tho premief ba'so-"runner ot inoderu. tline.1 has-Ixien'signed-as coach for the Pitts-| burg P.lrnl.e- : ball c-lub, Vice-President' Sanv-Pr'eyfuos -amiouncod. today. Carey play:«i with Brooklyn tho last few yesire, going, t'hove "near tlu; eixl of 'tho':'.!,!)2G aeiiaon, following his "re- Iciiso £rom .the ." Pira-tea,' . u-ith two other players, w.hbn discoixl broke out on Uie-1-ucal team. TOWNSHIPS RECEIVE :'\- CHECK FROM STATE JIAR,RTS11U''RG, .T;ui. ;")1-- Checks i o u U i n g $334,32S;52' odny wore on ..their way 'to 28 towiuhips in 16 Penn- aylvania conutk'.s lo :tvor the- Stata'y sliar-e in State- reward vein-oil t projects. ·· The 'check i mailed included: -.'.;. '; : - . - ' . : '".' W«Btmoreland · - Mount Pleasant township, $T,:j5»;ui). COUNTY'S BALANCE IS $298,481.21; WAS $57,157.42IEARAGC Total Receipts of Past Ycui '$8,148,58.5.80.; Expend!. tares $2,902,261.60. DUNCAN'S REPORT GIVES DETAILS According 'to" tho annual report pi Cou-nty Controller Alex R. '· Duncan publiK'h«.d on pag.ea Ifi, 16 and 37 of. to day's Courier, thoro was a net jbaJanct of $57,157.42 in tho county treasurer'*hands on '-January 7, M : 2fl, Riecolptt from all sources during the year won ^{,1«,5S5,:!9, making a tot;U of ?3,20U,- 7'42.SJI available for the current'ex- pend iture-s .ol 1929. These amounted t SS.SWS,2(51,00, leaving a. balance in th treasury on Ja-nuary 4, 1930 ot $298,- 4-S1.21. . - . · . : . ' : . Among tho receipts of tho year waf ?220,611131, on account o£ deHnquoni taxes on duplicates between -19-15 -aiu; 1028. Re.;eipts ot the 1929 duplicate w«ro $1,057,700.63. The receipts of tlu special road fund were $fi2,W)7.8D, lu eluding the cou-uty's shars of tax oi! gasplin-e. Temporary loans atnoiint- ing to $-f-Sl,OflO were negotiated during the year. Other roc-eiptB were: Ta.\ Hen and sales, $28,199.78; bridges $3S,p'75.a.4; disnilK|el -cases, $1)0.0:0; public buUdings, " $748.18: county home, $3,8fK).71; recorder's office, $10,1,82.43: register office, $10,23R.S7; district attorney's office, '$4,066.00; pro- thonotary's oflice, $19,627.58; clerk ol court's oflice, $15,723.SS; sheriff'* office,: ?3,93fl.74; coroner'H office. $5,656.05; county bon 7 .ds, $1,050,097.76: maintenance of criminals and insane. $3,051.11; miscellaneous, $90,030.27; total, ?3,143,585'.39. The expenditures wero: A-sseas- monts, $34,486.50; audits, $5,94.1.00; court oxpenses, $90,209.70; bridgoti, $42,646.17; roads, $125,3.42.03; election expenses, $18^20.73; dockets and printing, 'f!),976.7(3; public buildings, $142,791.62; disraissod coses, $1,077.40; charities and corrections, $1,560.00; county prison, $26,372,77; county home, $130,480.80; co«ts in court cases, $41,800.04; temporary loans, $1,050,702.50; mtunded ia-i;cs, $11,339.7-1. Expenditures account of the county offices were: Couimiission-ers, $34,380.93; controller, $10,243.55; lrea.aurev. $12,120,00; recorder, $ll,4EO.u«; retr- ister, $9,375.00; -district attorney, If2o. 170.45; jury commissioners, $1,275.uu; prothonotary, $1S,7SO,0; dork of courts, $12,700.00; slteriff, $31,548.13; county surveyor, $300.00; coronvr, $4.593.50; sealer of weights-.and measures, $3,962.45. Other expenditures w-ome: County bonds, $631,058.47; maintenance ol criminals and insane,. $139,525.80; public schools, $2,481.20; county viewers, $1,112.55; mothers' pension fund, $26,595.39; special county road fund, including construcUon, maintenance, road engineer's ofijco and construction camp, $117,794.ti5; soldiers' .burial claims, $12,005.60; miscellaneous, $61,450.70. Tho grand total of expenditures was; $2,902,2431.60, leaving a baianco of $29-8,481.21, in tho several funds "as follows: General fund, $194,831.26; road fuiid, $15,i2i6.60; poor i'uudi ?10,442,53; sinking fund, $78,OS0.82. ::: The statement of the sinking f u n d commission shows a total baianco of ! $94,579;95. During Iho year $250,- OUO.OO in bonds of; the- series of 1919 was paid. . . ;,.'. The resources of tho county, .wliich include delinquent taxes, 1912 to ,1928, inclusive, subject to oxonora- 'lions, ?401,196.62, and baianco of $323,194.22 on th'e 1929 duplica.(f.s, or a total of $724,309.84, are $'4,589,699.81 jjiabiiities, inchiding road, ttinding and Masontown bridge bonds of ?4;- 'SOO.OOO,. aro $4,956,159.46. FURLOUGHEP IEN; TRADE ; : DIRECTORS WILL ' .MEET/rONIGHT Directors of Uie Boiirc! of Trad-u-will- hold a .Kpe-cial meotin:;"this evening at 7:80 o'clock the board's quarters. .... Ackerman, Friend Of Mrs, Scliroeder, . : ':..j. · Indictee, for Death' ROBERT KUHNS, HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT, DIES AT HOME AT MELCROFT '-Owing- to ·· liicreaKc in busiiiesa. on the. Pi.ttsbnrg 'La!ui ' B r i e ' R a i l r o a d , !iO Curloughed t r a i n n i c n t Have lieen recaUwl- A b o u t 100 shopin'en -will r e t u r n to work at tb-e'car shops U't'tRi- ·id days' 1'' -. Tho car'-shops w i l l w o r k , iivr.- d;iys a - w e e k u n t i l ilui'thei- notici;. The : Weatt. er |j j Joel .EvarjES. in Very Serious" Condition ' . F a i r tonight'; and Saturci iy; . o p l d o r ] .-tonight';.."-slowly. .-rlsiiiR U uiperjiturt! Saturday is Uvo uoau wei tiler .' Gas.t for Western. I'enn'syl 1 -anla. ' . "Tcnipcrnture licco: i! M i n i m u m ..' · · J o e l I'lvnns, iiged . V u i i d e - r b i J i . . - i - e n i - do'ut. tnid p r o p r i e t o r of the. V i i n d c ' r b i l t Variety Store, is in a serious c'oirril- ( tioiv al -his home. . Beveryl weeks ago ; Mr, jfivans had a paralytic- stroke-, but j S p o t h e t i e - r ' a n d o n . T u e - H d i i y riHurned. j to his s t o r e - . n u d w h i l e i.liyro hrr. sill'.-j fore',1 a ' B O c o m l stroke. f-le w a f i . . ' r e ' i moved in liis li"mn and is in a v e r y j K A i-in u « By - U n i t e d Press). PHOL'N'IX, Aria. it..fir. ""31.-- -Vcrnoii Ackwiuan will be given a hearing February ( i on llrsl ie,«,Tec intu-der charges filed .ui'tcr iln- d-with Wednesday of D e p u t y - Shci' ; n: .Lee Wright. Similar Indictments ifive been fil«d against Mrs. I r e n u - Sthroeder and G l o u n Dag-iie, a w a i t i u ; trial ' I n Pcn.n- syK'aniii. . " , Wriglit'H death . resulted f r o m wouiHls received ivi » K U U battle between Avljsoim poaco olH'ners and the !.wf riit'ii iind ii wom;i i on .Jsiuiiury '(.'! (It. ( . ' J K l l l ' l l e ] ' , At'!!',. {Joiiift to Flni-ldn. .Stroot." In.siH'triov Vtlliain--'"M-. i Cor- .m k: It will leave at niMniglu fur Lakel a n d , K-la.. vo spond n m o n t h with his .s-oti u n d d a i i ^ l i l f t r - i n - i i w, Mr. and Mrs. Halph McCoi-ni.icl;. . . ' . ' , . Automobiles Collide, Two liutomobilus when (hoy cot I W oil .«-. \\'(;',l (.'ni'.vfoi'fi 'av.f) filrpHi.: 1 ' The nincliiiiftii Clah- Poi-t, iuw'! liYunli wens damaged the. corner- jf -me Z f| J£ j ..\ ri .{, wcr'- 1 l r i v f t u . !ij Kobert -Killing, 15 y-earfe o Kophonioue the Cnnnellnvillo Behoof, (lied at ..4:;3p. o'clock this morning at the -home of his mothor, -Mri-r. Thomas . Befit- .of -near Me-lcroftv Ho. ·lia-d- been - i l l about two wookf}, a!~ ihoug-li apparently- not serious. His death was not -.expected. · ·- -In addition to his inqther, he is Bur-y i v c d - b y one s-iatcr, Betty Kuhns, a stepfutht.'i-, two half-sisters, Knby and .Hiith Bn-er, and -a half-broUie'r, Tlioin-. as Beer, Jr. He was thn grandson .of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kulms of in-. jdian Ilaad and a n e p h e w of Mrs. 12. 1C. Henry of Bast ConnelUvlllo. | . l^uiiprnl .service wjll be hold at 2 jjo'elock Sunday afternoon n t the resi- donee. I'Titerniont . will be in Imilaii Uoad. Ci-'iut'tory. NEW ;: "TRAVELING- 1 AGENT OF B.-O. MAKES HOME HERE ('.'. A. (..lodiiUK. now i r a v c ' l l n g f r^ is iff.' ! Hgoii!. for VHI.' Baltimore Ohio itail- j road "here, is now n resiMcnl, of l.h« j city, Mr-.-,. CotrkiiiK n u t ) c h i l d r e n arrive-d- |yt!3lerday_-l'r«}iii -th'eir former home nt. i 'Wlnjeling; W. Va. Thoy h a v e taken i j house in'.'Penn strc-Rt, JSast 1'arU. I Mr. Cockins was nanu^l tj-'avoUnjc t- to ^ur.cecit M'. H. Ma?.-on, v.\ho in Novomb'jr. Rv wa-, kmnlno 'at di' ulx i-'e-ars,

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