The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 24, 1939 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 24, 1939
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1939 THE DAIJjV COURIER. CONNEL,L,SVELLE PA. PAGE THREE NEWS OF THE C O U R T S UNION TOWN, Fcb 24--Auested ·following i aids, Ificd Gtirrow, Harold "Pctey ' McLean and A thur "Boots' Ycnvler, thiee well Jvrown local men were ind ctcd ofn gambling chaiges by the Match grand juiy which, Tuesday, established a recoid in making ictuins of 45 true bills ana only one ignoramus « Tiuc bills include Haiold McLean, Uniontown keeping a gambling hou^e permitting gambling on the premises conducting a lottery "W A Fuilorg, Connells\ille R D , operating a gambling device Aithur Yowler Uniontown, keeping a gambling house, permitting gambling on the premises Fred Garrow, Umortoun keeping a gambling house and permitting gambling on the premises Joseph Astionsk\, Point Marion three violations of liquor cor trol 3a\vs. Har\cy Scchlei Fairchancc violation liquor control act and violation of beverage license lau Harvey Sechler, Fairchnnce, violation liquor control net Andrew "Wargo Connellsville, *v,o violations beveiage act Albeit Boccouo Chc»*nut Ridge and Tony Camstia. Republic, two violations liquor contiol act Martin J Hlebak, Republic two \io1itions liquor contiol act Ross Kennedy Dunbar three violatons liquor control laws Chai les Colbns and Raymond Coolcy Fairchnnce, \iolntion automobile la\\ Heibert Dawson Smithfield R D, driving while intoxicated Ben Kopsovich, Dunbai, di n ing while intoxicated James A Reid Connellsville, d u \ - oig uh^e intoxicated John Zubal, Uniontowr stealing notoi vehicle and violation auto law Joe Medvcd, Allison, \iolation automobile la\v Chester Burmv orth and Fred Morrison, Ohiopyle, di ivmg \\hile intoxicated and two Molations automobile law Mike Oociy Republic violation automobile law Steve Fedorko alias Steve Hed- orko, Republic, driving \\hile intoxicated Leioy Duvall, La · Belle R D, xio'ation of automobile law Dick Brooks, Cans, involuntary manslaughter Jack Lynn Smithfield involuntary manslaughter and two violations automobjle law Frank Maiuer, alias James Figola, Lloyd DJ ennon, James Ellwood, Masontown, receiving stolen goods, accessory alter the fact and con- spn acy Jacob Kipp John Obitko, Charles Bailey and Russell Yapchanyk, Rosco larceny Joe Blaney, George Smith ard Earl Barks Broxvnfield, larceny and re- ceivmg stolen goods Henry Bi own La Belle, asspult and battery v ith intent to kill and murder, violation t.nifoim fireaims act Joseph Ruffner and Frank Yurchak, Shoaf larceny Joseph Price and Donald Maust, Fairchance, assault with intents to rob and lobbeiy Uaford CofTey La Belle, assault and batteiy with intent to kill and mui dcr violation of uniform firearms act James Callaghan and Burnett Collins, Brownsville assault and baHer «jnd assault and battciy with intent to rob Steve Eanme Fiank Bendo and Ben ton, Rodcheaver, Keisterville mdhcious mischief Oscar Platt, Uniontown, violation junk act John Barney Mikluscak, Umon- town, R D , eight counts of forgery Frank Piscarell, Brownsville, two violations liquor conliol act Ignoramus James Pasmc 1 !, Biouusville two violations ]iquoL control act Andy Hato Jr , Gcimnn township who did a Coingm and took a gnl to Loveis Lane instead of to hei home, was denied a new tual or a paternity chaige in an oidei handed down by Judge HT i j A Cottom Hnyto was chatg_d by Ehzdbeih YanecLo Republic with being the fathei of her baby daughter She said the youih imited hei to i ide home and that instead he ook hci to Sko\ian's laim kncnvn as 'Loxeis Lane ' whcie he attacked hei aftei thieatenmg hci w th an auto c ank Mrs F arcOb convicted woman tax collecto now on paiole from a two-to-foui car sentence IP Allegheny county wot diouse, testified practical y the e n t u c afteinoon Tuesday before the Maich gnnd j u r j on changes bi ought against Thomas R Aubrey as the lesull oC shortages on Mis Kcustcd's 1933 and 1934 ii\ dupl cates for which she w a s arrested on embez7lement chaises Ea i Huston and Rebecca McDowell cleiks in the ofices of county j comrrussionei* Contiollei Albert Montgomei v and William McNultj, the 1-ittei of Connellb\ ille h a v e alo been subpoenaed ui this cnse and are waiting appearances this mom ng m tne giand jur\ loom In an H T Dumbauld, Mtoiney Robert B Stauft \\ as ruimed mastci to Uike tctimonj in di voice proccedirgb m- Dalech agjmst First View of New Type Bomber for Navy Length, 78 Feet, Weight, l^Tons, Crew of Seven New giant bomber for U S na\y w exposed to public view for first time at Baltimore (C*nt a.1 Pi ess) Ohiopyle OHIOPYLL, Feb 24--Miss Ruth Corustan left Tuesday e v e n i n g fo handed do\vn by Judge Detroit, M i c h , to at end the funeral sister Mr* LA a Tirnrrei^on of West Virginia al^o was pi e^cnt at the all or of he" cousin, Robcit Wei thnt pltce V/ednesday M i s Saian Gordon \\ 1 o ha Mrs Maiy Jackson i*. cpoitcd to be iccupcidling rjpidlv at hu home held at m Ken tuck w h u c bhe was retuincd Sundav after wo uecks of obatn i- stitutcd by Mar Frank Dalech Three more lots in the Deei Creek pi in cK Sea on j Lake 1 i\e been sold to Pittbui ghci s foi $195 each, ec- oids reveal in thc office of Rccoiaei su ! Pat F Hjnes ! *, Put cbasct s include Benai d J Hampse, who selected lot No 06 in Deer Creek plan No 1, "VVharton township Louis L Pflaum, lot No 12, arl Grace M Walters, lot fco 74 Seeking payment for meichandise, Sol Sieff Produce, Union-town, entered suit m the office of Prothon- o«iry John J Brady to reco\ er S381 18, with interest from June 4, 1938 ftom Walter Kat7 Chaigirg ciucl and baibatous treatment and ind gn ties to person, Charles Gatts, Fairchance, entered su t for divorce Tuesday against Katherma Gatts 52 Wmona st-eet, whom ne marucd November 17, 1927, in this ci'j The husband avers that five years ago, his wife and her children by a former marriage began to make life burdensome and intolerable by false accusations that had telling effect on his health and finally, forced him to leave his horre ill foi se\ei tl weeks at hei home in been ^ lon a * * ne ^montown the Fie rung piopeity is lepoited m- proving Mi and en me Mis TBCK Woodmentv Tht To\\ i stnd meeting scheduled for Monday \ t is postponed unti d Idtei da*e because it conflicted v.ith the union r e x i v d l meetings now goinj, Dog Fanciers Rebel Against Vaccination Bill in Legislature M O R R I S T O U N Dog fancier of J , Feb 24 -- Teisey united u pro est against a pioposed bill \%hich w o u l d recjuue \ tec ^tion of iht n pi ts ngnnst labics once an- n u a l l y PERRYOPOLIS NEWS ITEMS Snctiai to rue Courier woods Baptist Church v.ijl piesenl PLRRYOPOLIS,- Fcb 24 -- The Uhe rollers ng plogiam at the George Kelly Cjdb, s~ tudnch of Cuifew Washington pa L y at the home ol Mi Giaige h?d a PioCessoi Quiz cor test ! and Mi ^ J^mcs Ritienhouse on Fri- Morday at the legular meeting in day niglu the Grange Hall The ques ions weie ai ranged and is (Cd by Martin Picr- Tiomxmc solo Jack Thoipe, ac- comodmed by Johanne Maishall vo- sol The captn ns, M" and Mi b Paul cal solo, Mai gaict Bau^hmar accom- Lucc selected sides and the one led PC;I ie d by Johanne ftmshall v olm by Mrs Luce won the battle Plans wcie made to have a dance in A.pnl and the dance committee was named including P O Luce, Mrs Ellsw-or h Dunn and Mdtm Pieisol The ad- ' veiUsing committee for tne dance js Joseph "Wolie, James Piersol and John M i i e i Begin Training Class :olo, Loi L d i n Lint accompanied bv I-ielen Echud, leading, Joharne Mai ihal 1 The lemamdei of the evening will be spent in plavmg 'Chinese checkeis* with a lunch to close the evening-Personals. . . . . ,. Greensburg spent Sunday with t h e * tochers training class in the , atters nt Mj . and Mrs WjU . Lajton M E Church ^as begun , arl Zjrnmelman Monda e\enmg under the dnection of the teacnei, Mis Lebtei McClellan . Mr . and Mrs Harr y Mende TM d The couise is *o be a study of .he I daughter Harriet and Mrs Arthur eai y Christian Chuich At the next | J f" elle o£ Pittsburgh were guests ireetmg Dale M u ilm, history teach- o£ ^ cx 3nd Mrs Fled Ful1 - Sunday, ei m Perryopolis High will give a ,, Mls W 1] am Foi rest of New York tal'c on tl e h s orical setting of that c "j- "ho has been visiting friends penod Fouiteen membeis have en- j j nd lelatives in Whitselt, left for her lolled and two more are expected to | ho TM e Sunday come m at the next meelina Mr and M ' s Lestei McCleUan and . , sons spent Sunday in Selma and I'oem Accepted One o£ tne projects of the Exposition Pi ess foi the WorMs Fair New Yoik City is the compilation of sons spent Sunday Avonmore visiting their respective and New Yoik City is the compilation of QhjMtcn Marcaret Da ' d d a "World's Anthology" of poems writ- Charle ' o£ Sjc Lore, Mr and Mrs ten by unknown poete Miss Ada stuan Ealy Q£ N]nevah and Mrs Von Buttermo^e was inv ted to contubute i /-,t..j* f irr ^ TT _ _ T T . Von ! Clutter of West Union weie callers at, the home of Rev. and Mrs. Fred Grimm Monday .,- , m , Mis Joseph McKelvey and son o£ W o i l d s Anthology The poem se- Wes t Newton viMted her parents, Mr lOLted uas called Common Bless- and Mrb John stlmlrelFthe ' si o£ book and from the 10 she submitted, one was accepted to be printed in the , , ,. ,_ ., , _, , _ in flori one of t h c western J o n in the Methodist C h u i c h Thc * m l "" e ° lwI P celebrate the o c ocing conducted bjj Rex F S n wedding, a n n u c r s i i j - Monday \ \ o i t n i d n pastoi of the Ohiopiie the C t l i f o i r i a State and Mis Frank Woodmenty Chuich Scientist Finds No Evidence of Tobacco j Dulling One's Memory j EVANSTON, 111, Feb 24 --Dis' agteeirtg with a theory exoounded j by some educalois and writers, Dr John B Morgan, Northwestern Uni\ ersity psychology professor, said there was no evidence that the use of tobacco impaired the memory. "It is seldom, of course," he said, "that this subject is approached without prejudice of one kind or another but I do not think it ever will be found that smoking has a harmful effect i.pon the memory " Likewise, Dr. Moigan asserted, populai opinions that fatigue inevitably weakened tne memory had been found to be erroneous. Balance Economic System. DES MOIT«ES, la , Feb 24--If industry, labor and agucultuie don't \oluntanly coopeiate to balance the Nation'b lopsided economic system, the Government will do it for them, President Edward A O Neal of the American Farm Bureau Federation warned FOR ONLY THE BEST BEHAVED SHIRT IN THE WORLD ARROW HTTTS coBac stajpm crisp and fresh looking all day without a drop of starch. hi I I never shrmlu out of size. It's Sanforized- Shrunk (fabric shrinkage less trtan 1%) }ts buttons uonr pop o£t in the laundry--thanks to Ari'ow s patented Dutton-s£3y. Come in today and get some Arrow HI ITS. .NIQ'JSF; 6IEVS DEPARTMENT N CONTINENTAL 6TORE The Woodmencjb are brolheis A i Miss Helen Hochstetter -student at *cheii* College M 'ted h piicnts Mi and M s M H Hochstetter, Si nd.iy. ngs " It makes hex eligible for the ^100 pnze, which is to be given at the beginning of the World's Fair to j the poem from the anthology judged to be the best Washington Pa-rlj. The World Wide Guild of the Flat- the week Firemen's Memorial The Peny Township Volunteer Fire Department will hold its annual memorial seivice in the Christian Church Sunday night DAYS ENDS Night TOMORROW, MONDAY and TUESDAY-3 more great buying days to make your money purchase far more than you may believe possible. Just 3 more days to put new beauty in your home at big savings. Crowds of thrifty folks are taking advantage of the February Sale reductions on Quality Home Needs. Don't miss your golden opportunity. THE GREAT FEBRUARY FURNITURE SALE ENDS WHEN OUR STORE CLOSES TUESDAY NIGHT AT 5:30 O'CLOCK. Complete Home Furnishers Since 1891 Esses

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