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THtTaSDAY, JANUARY 27,1938. Â·TOE DAILY COURIER, CONNKLLSYIMJB. PA. PAGE SEVEN Only One Person--Her Old Commander--Waves Farewell to Leviathan Bf United PreÂ» NEW YORK, Jan. 27,-The liner Leviathan, once queen of the seas, nosed out Into the North Atlantic, yesterday, a decaying, sailing to her doom ghost ship In 10 days the one-tone "big train" oÂ£ oceanic passenger service 'will drop anchor off the coast of Scotland, and later, -when tides permit, proceed to the "boncyard" to bo dismantled into scrap iron Tuesday the vessel was pulled from the Hobokcn slip where she As Others Think Continued from Page Four, Greensburg over the resignation of a high school teacher and various steps Â·were inken by the .school board and other school authorities until the matter was nd;usted by the local board accepting the resignation, the young man moving on to his new position and a successor being elected. Now over in Connellsviile Â» desperate battle seems to have bcea won to remove Ihe superintendent of public schools, the well loiown Bela B Smith. A majority of the board of education has declared the office vacant as of July 1, when lus term of Â·four years will expire. Mr. Smith lias many friends in "Westmoreland county, and was at one tune a teacher here and attended the Westmoreland county teachers' institute Jr Greensburg. He .has been looked upon as an able educator and is a close friend of county superintendent of schools, Charles F. Maxwell Considering his ser\ ice of over two decades as bead of the ConneUsville schools, it is a rather serious matter to be thus rudely ejected. Naturally the directors of any school distric Â·want the best possible school set-up for their community. It was, in a measure, to protect teachers from hasty and radical action by school boards that the teachers' tenure act was passed This, however, does not protect the city superintendent. If there is any place in our entire system of government where unrest of workers and politics should be absent, it is in the public school system Many years ago the schools were used by political parlies -to .further their owe ends. But Oi time moved on and the seriousness of such interference was realized by the public, less interference of this nature appeared from year to year until it was believed to be entirely wiped out. During the past four or five years there has been a recurrence of politics in the school affairs in different communities in Pennsylvania, It is a discouraging and unhealthy sign. had lain idle for three and a half years as a Â·"liability" to Ihe United States which confiscated her from Germany during the World War. After settlement of a strike of British members of her skeleton crew, the sailing had been scheduled j tor Tuesday night but was delayed to allow additional fueling She finally left the harbor early Wednesday, There was no music, no popping of champagne corks and no cheer- .ng crowds when the huge vessel cut through a gray dawn and moved out past the Statue of Liberty on her last voyage One man, who had boarded a iug when the ship was pulled from her slip Tuesday, remained throughout the night to wave, braided cap In hand, a last farewell He was gray- haired Captain Harold A Cunningham, who was her master during her reign as queen of the Atlantic Sauer Kraut, Country Made, 4 Ibs. 25c Family Circle Flour/ per sack 89c Hogsett's Corn'Meal, 5 Ib. sack . 19c Light Brown Sugar, 4 ibs. 25c Circle "W" Coffee, Ib. 19c Pillsbury's Pancake Flour, 2 boxes 19c Young, Tender Green Beans, 2 cans 19c White Dove Sugar Corn, 2 cans 19c Find Missing Woman's Body in Susquehanna LATROBE Jan 27.--The body of a woman identified a that of Mrs Minnie M McColly, 65, of LUrobc, was pulled from the Susquehanna River at Washington borough, about three miles south of Columbia, Lancaster county Mrs McColly disappeared Thanksgiving Day from the home of a ion, Jacob Â£., at liariisburg The body was Identified by a dauehter-in-law. 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