The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 20, 1939 · Page 10
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January 20, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

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i-AGIi TEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 193». NEWS OF (THE COURTS Special to The Courier. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 20.--Decree of distribution in the estate of. Ella Luce o£ Fayette City, who died January 2,1935, was handed down by Orphans Court Judge Ross S. Matthews. The sum of $3,600 was awarded Redstone Methodist Episcopal Church in accordance with the will drawn up June 19, 1933. The deceased stipulated that one-third of this trust fund was to'be used for world service in the church while the balance was to help defray expenses in maintaining the church us a place of worship. Another $2,000 trust fund was established under the will- for -maintenance of the Luce Cemetery, plot at the Redstone Church. By the decree, sums of $100 each were awarded Charles A. Smith of Wellsvlllc, Ind., Maymc Murphy as executrix of the last will of George Murphy, deceased, of Detroit, Mich.', -Clarence Murphy of Greensburg, Mrs. Adcla Kerr of Uniontown, James Rial, of Mount Pleasant," .William: Rial of Wilkinsburg and Olive Rial of Ruffs- dale. Another $100 was awarded xhe estate of Mary E. Davis, deceased, and the sum of $200 to Margaret A; Phillips as testamentary guardian of Hilda Mary Phillips, a minor, of California, Pa. Balance of the $37,311.59 estate, estimated.nt $32,711.59, was turned over to Allen E. Strawn, executor, for further accounting and administration. Judge Harry A. Cottom granted a .divorce to Nellie B. Crawford, 32, of Fairbank, from James J. Crawford also 32, of Republic, whom she charged with cruel and barbarous treatment, indignities to person and desertion on November 20, · 1931 They were married October 22, 1923, at New Salem. Frances D. Cravotta, 30, of Masontown, was granted a divorce from Charles D. Cravotta of Pittsburgh whom she married June 18, 1932, a Frostburg, Md., by Judge Cottom he charged cruel and barbarous trcat- mcnJ and indignities to the person which, she said, forced her to leave their home in Pittsburgh last April 1 Peoples Natural Gas Company has leased approximately 2,300 acres of ground In Georges and South Union townships from the Union Trus Company of Pittsburgh, records in the office of Recorded of Deeds Pa F. Hynes reveal. Exceptions to the matter" of th National Bank of Fayette County now in the'hands of Receiver E. S Tyler, regarding the compromise ad vanced by Earl S. Arcford and G Carl Arcford, were filed by counse for the estates of William J. Sherrard, E. E. Schroyer and Fred L Schroyer. ' The indebtedness "of th Arefords, as individuals, as set forth in the petition is $1,958.05 whereas the financial statement of the Are ford. Brothers, as a partnership shows total assets of $137,085. It is clafmed tho compromise is not on tha*. Is fair or reasonable to the depositors of the closed bank. Fayette county's oldest dog--1 years of age--has passed away an will no longer have the distinction o being the oldest canine on liccns records. The dog was owned b William Lohr o£ Fairchance. Tax millage In Fayette count could be reduced only If It wer Possible to collect 80 per cent of th tax duplicates, instead of the 62 pe cent as last year and as low as 5 per cent in other instances, it wa stated by Controller Albert Mont gomery who indicated the 1939 coun ty levy would be continued at mills. Decrees in several estates, wcr handed down by Orphans Cou Judge Boss M. Matthews. Distribution was made In the es tate of Ellsworth E. Schroyer, wh died May 20, 1932, intestate, leavin as survivors a brother and two sis tcrs, Fred L. Schroyer, who died Ma 31, 1938; Hattie S. Cans and Dalsj Sehroyer. Balance for distribution was set $21,873.07. · · · Judge Matthews made the follow ing awards: To Hattie S. Cans, $7 291.02, less advancement o£ $4,168 67, leaving $3,124.35; to Harriet Ne Cans, administratrix of .the estate Fred L. Schroyer, deceased, and j. administratrix of the estate of Dai.s Schroyer, $7,291.02, less advance ment of $4,106.67, leaving $3,124. to go to each estate. Balance of the estate of Arthur'G House, who died January 27, 193 and on which letters of ndministra tion were granted March 1 to Mrs Jessie H. LaClair, ; .vas distributed Motor Sales Service Co. Electric Appliance Division lOSSo.ArchSt - - Phone 89 decree handed; ntthcws.- down by Judge Mrs. LaClair, Helen E..House and aulinc V. House,-' sisters; -caehj^werc vai-ded $3,517.36; Mmule E jJTaiiey, nother. sister; was irjvnrdedn similar mount, less advancement of $i'.300j. aving $2,217.30; Howard V. n. ouse, a brother, also was -awarded .3,517.3B,- Jess advancement of $700, aving $2,817.30. Two wills have been filed with cgister o£ Wills Bruce F. Sterling. Mrs. Mary J. Eichcr, wife of Charles Eicher,. who died recently t her home' in Menallen township, xjqucalhcd nil her estate to three aughtcrs, Mrs. Frances M. Hines, Irs. Bertha N. Solomon and Mrs. mma A. Bowser, and to a stcp- aughter, Mrs. Tillie A. Holland. Each is to receive one-fourth of the itatc.-'..-'"'. . ." .' James William Stanton, owrishjp, stipulated in his will that 80 was to be extended for a monument for his grave,' befitting his stn- ion in Jife. Residue of Ilis estate vas bequeathed to his wife, Luran- iah Stanton. _ . . . . . ' However, the will set forth, in vent of the wife's death, the home ropefty'In Georges township is to o to Walter Harvey, Oilphant Furn- ce, nnd flve shares of Smithflcld State Bank .stock to -White Rock Wethodist Protestant Church. Bal- nce of the estate is to be divided-- jne-half to go to Edith Morrison, ronnellsvillc street, Uniontown, and the other halt to "whosoever may are lor me during the declining years of-my life." Oscar Harvey was named executor. Two divorces were granted by 'resident Judge Harry A. Cottom while three others instluted divorce iroceedlngs r.galnst their mates. -- -Dorothy;M.;Childs,-32,-of Farming- on, was granted n divorce from Charles Edward Childs, 35, Monessen, grounds of cruelties and indignities. - - - ( They were married In Cumberland, Md., on December 1, 1023. The wife charged that he accused icr of attentions to other men nnd mistreated her, farcing her withdrawal from thc-homc. : Lplah Speclman, 31, was .granted a divorce from Harry Speelmnn, 29,- vhom she married in Urilontown op Dancer Arrives 16, 1024, at DickeiTon Run. The wife said that her husband persuaded her to go with their children to her home aiid later refused lo establish a home for them. Ann Matty of Allison, seeking divorce from George Matty of Coal Center, Washington county, said that in October, 1932, he told her to seek employment and when she did, he began "running around with other women." The marriage took place on November 21, 1928, in Brownsville. Owner of a "spite fence" in Dunbar township faces a hearing in local courts as the result of un order in which a rule was issued on Elizabeth Sirlanp to show cause why she should not be adjudged in contempt of court for failing to obey a previous order in the case. ' Piotro Fratto and his wife, Maria Fratta, in "a petition presented by Attorney Maxwell Llzza, charged the defendant with refusing to adhere to iho order of December 14, 1937, by erecting q ga'ie -which -prevents uso of an alley by -the plaintiffs.- In addition, the.-.Prattos ^declare, their children swing oh .the gate and may be injured. .They said .that already altercations have ensued and likely will continue unless the court takes action in the dispute. The woman defendant once had prevented use of alley by erecting a fence. Later, the court, after hearing testimony, issued n permanent injunction against the defendant, enjoining and restraining' her from building, erecting or maintaining a fence or in any .way interfering with, use of the alley by-the plaintiffs. Within the last H months, the Frattos say, the defendant erected the gate which now bids fair to highlight another hearing on a possible contempt chnrge for failing rto obey the previous order. December 12, 1927..' The divorce was granted, on grounds, of cruelties nnd jpdignittcs. In asking divorce ^ronr John B. McWilllams, Naomi,. A..._McWiH'ams charges that he deserted on -January 3, 1537, at Cpnnellsvillc.;: -.:,-.: They were married on January 11, 1913, in'.Wcllsburg.-.W. Va." Bertha E. Snyder of Fairbank en- icrcd divorce proceedings against O. L. Snyder .of Unlontown_on desertion charges; ~ -The marriage occurred on August Letters were granted by Register Sterling to Joseph Bobyalc, LaBcllc, on the $350 personal estate of his mother, Mrs. Matilda Bobyak, Filbert, who died August 15, 1936. *LSllian R. Zearley, 333 West Berkeley street, city, and J. P. Zcarlcy, Carnegie, were granted letters of nd- mlnistrnUon on the estate ;of Edmund Lee .Zearley, Uniontown, who died December 29. Personal estate is set at $2,000 while' real estate has been appraised at, $5,000. Will of Sophia Hnvillc, Luzerno township, who died January; 9, was admitted to probate on application of Charles Jacobs, Cln rksville, Greene county. Real estate was estimated at $500, including a house and lot in West Marontown. . Salaries of Fayette county attendants were fixed by the court en bane in an order handed down to become Mrs. (lark Gable ·Will'Ask-Divorce HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 20.--Friciids suidi thai Mrs. R h c . i Gable, estranged wife-of Clark Gable, the nctor, would establish residence' in Nevada next week to sue for divorce. Sh« was expected to reside at Reno, the Nevada divorce capital, or at Las Vegas. Under Nevada divorce laws, Mrs. Gable could have her flnul decree six weeks later. There would not be the one year wait for" a final divorce (hat is necessary by California laws. Retired Miner Dead. · SOMERSET, Jnn. 20.--J o s e p h Miedzwlcski, 62, retired coal minci who worked in. the Hooversville mines for many years, dropped dene of a heart attack Saturday night ut Morrellvilic. Triidy; Sehoop,·· internationally famous--comedy dancer, arrives in New York from abroad for appear- nncofron·' the 'American stage and screen^.' A troupe of-ftovcntecn don- 7.. cors accompany, her. . '. *.; :.."." :: '(Central Prctt) There's .one "best, way to mix in shortening to-make your pic crust flaky. Do you know it? I LOOK IN THESE BAGS.FOR NEW IMPROVED PWTRY METHOD--PLUS A FLOUR -THAT GUARANTEES THE I FINEST PIE CRUST YOU EVER TASTED! In simple foods -- bread, biscuits, pics, plain cakes -- the goodness comej from the flour. It costs oni7 Vie more per recipe to use Pillsbury's Best Hour than to use the cheapest flour. W Somerset "Jury Meets Jan. 23: ' SOMERSET,. Jon. ,20.--Unless "additional"-cases are filed this week, the graria~Jiiry called for Monday morning, rjonua'ry 23,-'-will hear only 15 cases", "one "of the Smallest "calendars in recent years, District Attorney A. M. Matthews said.-Five are morality crimes'.'1 ---'.."- - - ." -- · · Sta-cl' Operation* Gain. NEW-'-YORK, 'Jan. '20^-Operations in the steel industry for-the current week-will advance-one point to 52.7 per cent of capacity compared with 51.7 ·^pcr'ccnt last week, the American Iron Steel Institute announced. effective February 1, when "cuts" voluntarily taken by attaches will be restored^--..-."- . The monthly salary of Court Crier Ray Wood-was set at $150 per month while matrons and tipstaves will have'tKeir paychecks"increased from $100 to $125 a month under an act of Uie general-assembly governing compensation of employes for services 'rendered in court. - The attaches in the county courts previously had agreed to accept the S25 per month "cut" to eliminate necessity of reducing the payroll by temporarily dismissing one of the attendants. The order was signed by Judges Harry A. Cottom, H. S. Dumbauld and W. Russell Carr. And Surrounding Vicinities IN OUR BSG JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE!!! Here is your chance to get that new suit you've been wanting to buy, at a money saving reduction. 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