The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 21, 1938 · Page 12
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January 21, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVB. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 193S. Controller's Report Appeal --is ~Sustained UNIONTOWN, Jan. 21.--Appeal ol county commissioners from controller's report lor the fiscal year v.as allowed and sustained by Judge Harry A. Cottom to so far as it related to the two per cent commission retained by the county treasurer upon money paid him .by sundry land owners as taxes on land returned on account of unpaid taxee. The action of the court was" revealed In an opinion 'and order filed Tuesday with Prothonotary John Brady in which it wns"sct,forth_that the amount collected by the-trea?- ·urer,-on the two per cent basis, "whs not shown in the controller's report but must be ascertained by fiscal authorities andjshowfl-bxiarstipula- tion to be filed, or a'hearms held and testimony taken In order" to~ determine the exact- amounts rto be charged against thc'treasurer." ---.. The appeal of the" commissioner's ·was made from the 26th annual report of Controller Albert Montgomery for the fiscal year ending January 4, 1937, and filed January 26. The first item to the appeal re- flated to the two per cent commission retained by H. D. Minerd, county treasurer, on ccrtalrcsums of money paid to him by sundry land owners as taxes on lands which had been returned on account of unpaid taxes. Of these taxes, Minerd paid proper proportions to various school districts,* townships, boroughs and cities of the county, deducting two per cent of his commission. County Commissioners John W · Rankin, Arthur Higmbotham and Michael Karolcik contended, in their appeal, that this two per cent,.belonged to the eounty_and~should be paid by the treasurer to the county, The appeal also complained because the controller's report docs not show this amount charged against the treasurer. The app~eal further set forth that certain-portions of the^ money collected-belonged to tHe county, from which Tfie treasurer-^, deducted- two per cent which has not been paid by him to tho county and which Is not charged against him in the controller's report." The commissioners further complain that the controller's report does not show to whom the $1,380--listed In the report merely as "salary to clerks, $1,380"--was paid. The credit in this sum is Improperly shown, as claimed by the commissioners, who contend the sum should be charged against the treasurer. ·· However, relative to the second item in the appeal, the court, in its opinion, revealed that Treasurer Minerd had furnished him additional information which showed the $1,330 had been spent as follows: Ivenore G. Darr, May, 1036, to JDc- cembcr, 1936, at $110 per month $880; Armaruth Darr, April »nd May 1936, at $100 each, $200; Charles White, November, 1936, $100; Yusten Beckwith, October and November, 1936, at $100 each, $200. Total $1,380. The county solicitor conceded the appeal as to this item it withou' merit. It' was, therefore, given no consideration by the court. Next step in the proceedings wil be efforts of fiscal authorities to file » stipulation or testify at a hearing to determine the exact amount to be charged against the treasurer in compliance with the court order sustaining the appeal on the two per cent retained by the treasurer. Cnt Price for Government WASHINGTON, Jan. 21--Nations: Bituminous Coal Commission rulcc that coal sold to the Federal government or political sub-divisions could be sold at one cent per ton less than minimum prices fixed for private consumers. HISTORICAL OX CARAVAN REACHES MOUNT PLEASANT -The caravan breakinc ih* Jce of Swatar* Creek,'near Harff, to ford the stream en route to Uie Ohio country; January '24, 1788. When deep snows made wasrons meless a few days later the pioneers halted at tho foot a! Klttatinny Mountain to replac« the ulicels with sleds. Pbotoi from I**nn*. Publicity CcmmUtloa At StnmnerhD! Mil, now West Newton, loath of Pittsburgh, the travelers halted araln So bnlld "Adventure Caller" on which they floated down-rlvtr to their new home at Marietta. Ohio. The caravan arrived Wednesday at Mount Pleasant and after remaining ovcmUht. tbcn left for W«i f'cwton »U*r* U will encamp on the bank* of the Youglilof henr in rc-eiuet the construction of "Adventure G"lkr" btto.-t copllmiinr downstream to the Mononfotclt, Ihtnee to the Ohio and ultimately to Marietta. Three Changes Made in County Relief Agency UNIONTOWN, Jan 21.--Moving toward a permanent program for administration of all forms of relief in Fayette county, the new Department of Public Assistance Board has effected three changes in top personnel positions. Mrs Amanda Myers of Connells- villc is the executive director of relief in the (county, the new board giving her power over direct relief, old age ana blind pensions and all indoor and outdoor assistance cases. Her first assistant, named by the board of which Mrs. Louise B. Frock is president, is H. H. (Ed) Baer of Brownsville who has been appointed administrator of assistance. Tho only change made by the board prior to its special meeting was that Baer had replaced Riley IJtman. The latter now has been made chief clerk in charge of all clerks in the relief offices. Arthur Hoard of Point Marion is the new head of the industrial contact department. W.'E Russell of Connollsville, who as former chief clerk, is now n junior supervisor, under the changes authorized by the county board. There have been no increases in the personnel-of the various relief agencies. It was pointed out Saturday that with a resumption of work this new year the relief load will be drastically reduced. Payment of social security checks will also take hundreds ot relief cases oft the rolls. Return ot normal working conditions in the county, an official said Saturday, would find the present staff of relief workers adequate to handle the situation. It Is with this In mind that no increases have been ordered in the office personnel here. Mrs Myers Is maintaining the intake department in the former offices of the mothers' assistance bureau, county building. The main departments for administration of relief in the county arc the clerical division or the industrial contact group; the staff ot visitors, and the intake department, including interviews. Mr. Btier, the new administrator of assistance, is a veteran relief worker In Fayette county. He was tho flrat president of the former K.ijctte County F.-ncrgency Relief Board Worker*, which was later disbanded With Lltman, Russell »nd Hoard. Mrs Myers has now been surrounded by what relief authorities say is an experienced group ot personnel directors here. Firemen .Ask for Charter. GREE.VSBURG, Jan. 21 -- Members ol the "iVejtmorcland Homesteads Volunteer Fire Department in Mount Plcnunt township applied to the court here asking for * ch»rter. D.r-ctors nre Alfred Shrider, Ralph j H-nry iind Frank Andrewi. The Kirrmcn's Relief Association also I Vf\a » chirtcr snd it» trujtco ar? j John W May, Elmer Linden »nd I Wffli.m r. Kiddle. New TJ. S. Bletl Official. PITTSBURGH, Jan. 21--United States Steel Corporation offices hcr« announced that Frederick W. Werner, assistant to the president, has been appointed to Vlcc-Presidcnt C. V. McKaig and will have charge of by-products sales. He has been with U S. Steel and its subsidiaries since 1907. Model Locomotive* Built. RAVENNA, Ohio, Jan. 21 --Whenever Frank W. Brown, manager of a machine shop, has any spare time, he takes a day off and stays right in the shop--building model locomotives. He has started on a third model--an 1,800-poundcr--on which he has put in about 3,000 hours. The sir! whose baking Is an art Is not the girl with a broken heart NEVER P1LISBURVS BEST THE "BALANCED" FLOUR--MAKES GOOD BAKING BETTER * * *, * - - '* Millions praise Shretlded Ralston, new delicious ready-to-eat cereal Here's a flavor so new, so delicious it's actually patented. Here's whole wheat in a brand-new" form--shredded then spun into bite size morsels and toasted a tempting.golden brown." Try it! * * * * * * 44-Hour Case Recessed While Attorneys Confer By United Press. HARRISBURG, Jan. 21.--State's attorneys and cotmbcl for Holgatc Brothcis Manufacturing Company, Kane, conferred today with Judge W. C. Sheely on procedure in the concern's suit attacking constitutionality of the 44-hour work week law. Meantime, argument in tho case WHS In recess, scheduled to be resumed in Dauphin county court January 31. Preliminary hearing to establish facts for a Supreme Court test of the act was delayed after two days in the court at the request ot Sterling G. McNess, Harrisburg, counsel for Holgate, who explained "We started our case on Monday under tremendous pressure. We weren't prepared and we admitted it." Somerset Woman Honored. HAET.1SBURG, Jan. 21--The Pennsylvania Farm Show Association today announced the reelection of Mrs. Dorscy Hoffman, Somerset county, as vice-president of the SCENERY ORDERED FOR SCHOOL STAGE! The contract for replacing ol scenery used at the High School an furnishing lights for dimmers wa 1 awarded to the Sosman-Landi Company of Chicago Monday evening by the Board of Education, contingent upon advice of its attorney. A representative of the Chicago firm appeared before the board explaining in detail what changes were to be effected and pointing out that the original bid of $487 had been reduced to $467. When Mr Wcihe demurred because of the use of Russian linen because it was from a foreign country, the representative pointed out that the name only applied to the material and that it was made in Ireland. An order for three doors and two windows to cost $95 was also awarded to the Chicago company to form a part of the scenery. They were to be made of light-weight wood and the board was assured it would be a long time before any replacements would be necessary Society of Farm Women of Pennsylvania. Funeral Service Held For William Fulmer The funeral for WiUiairT Fulmer was--helJ -Monday afternoon. A prayer at tho family, residence in South Ninth street, West Side, followed by a service at the First Methodist Protestant Church with tho pnstor, Rev. A. R. Mansbcrgcr, officiating The funeral was largely attended and there \\ere a, number of beautiful floral tributes. A quartet composed of Mrs William Griffiths, Mrs T. R Cunningham, W. F. Brooks and H. D. Shearer, Jr., sang "It Was Sweet to Trust In Jesus," 'Tacc to Face" and "Home With the Soul." Mis Ray Martz was at the organ. Pallbearers were S T. Benford, Robert Kcflcr, Alva Richter, E. M. Pcnn Grant Goodwin and Charles McManus Burial was in Hill Grove Cemetery. Besides his children, Mr. Fulmer is survived by two brothers, Clyde Fulmer of Donora and Ralph Fulmer of Donora and four grandchildren, Charlotte and Gloria Dawson of Connellsville and Albert and Patricia Shannon of Ellisburg. ^SUCCESSFUL BAKING DEPENDS ON THE . ... _-.-...-.-. .-. -- You eont do htgh quofity bolefng witfi low No More "Sad" Baking When qoofty flour--use Clover Form's flours-YOU Use Clover. 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