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February 14, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE SEVEN. SCOTTDALE ' POSTOFFICE THEFT FAILS Thieves Jimmy Several Doors; Safe Not Tampered With. DTHER ITEMS ' . OF INTEREST ' Special to Tlio Courier. SCOTTDALE, Feb. 14.--An un- mccessful attempt was made Satur- Ja;- night to rob the Scottdale post- rficc. When Postmaster George Mc- -urdy entered the place Sunday morning he found a rear door and ;nncr doors open. A jimmy bar had been' use?! to force the locks. Why the safe was not tampered with is not known, unless the would- be robbers were frightened away. A poslofflce inspector in Scottdale Sunday said there was no doubt but what professionals had been in the ·place. Bccln Sidewalk Survey. *The J. W. Ruth Company today began a canvass of the borough to determine the number of property owners who would be interested in laying concrete sidewalks under a WPA project which the borough would sanction. Under the plan the property owner will have a side walk put down at only the cost of material. Permission to make tha survey was granted at the last meeting of council. Birth at Hospital. A daughter was born to Mr., one Mrs. E. J. Nelson of this place a Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant. Both mother and daughter ,arc getting along nicely. Win Crlbbaec Title. Freeman Whaley and Frank Parker were declared winners at the close of the first cribbage tournament Friday evening. A new series will begin, .with' 128 players, nex Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the borough building. Partners will be announced on Tuesday, s Many Sec Scout "Expo." Many interested spectators were present Saturday afternoon at Scout "Living Expo," held in Stone street. The street was roped off by a com mittce in charge' of Borough Man aser Howard C. Frank. J. Lowel Miles was master of ceremonies. Th first period opened at 2 o'clock, anc closed at 4. Harvey Titterington scoutmaster of Troop No. 3, h» charge of the Scouts and was as sistcd by Eagle Scouts George Shupc Joe McLaughlin and Edward Tit tcrington. Exhibitions ot first aid, includln dressing of head wound, leg and arm fractures, artificial respiration, espc cially in cases of drowning wcr Blven, also fire building, rope mak ing, signalling and. knot tying. Flan Lenten Observance. At a meeting of the council of the St. Paul's -Lutheran Church plans were made for the observance of the lenten season. Announcement of the plans will bo made at an early date. 'Hungarian Countess 1 Asks for Dispensation To Wed Albanian Ruler VATICAN CITY, Feb. 14.--An appeal for a dispensation that will save her from the Moslem veil yet permit her to become queen of the Moslem land of Albania was addressed to Pope Pius XI by Countess Gerald- Jne Opponyi. 'The lovely' Hungarian countess, whose mother was an American, and King Zog, whose bride she is soon to become, went personally to the apostolic delegation in Tirana with her pica. "We arc ready to abide by whatever action is taken by His Holiness," they were quoted as saying. It was believed that, under ccr- i tain conditions, the Pope will permit the couple to be married within the Roman Catholic Church. It is assumed that another marriage with the Moslem rlto will also be solcmn- -Izcdl May Farm Poultry Clubs. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 14.--Organization of 4-H poultry clubs in Fayctte county was suggested by the Uniontown Poultry and Farm Products Show Association and County Farm Agent R. E. Carter urged sponsors to take up work. SCOn'S SCRAP BOOK A.U.'fHE. WE.DMK45 IK By R. J. SCOn WAS USED AS A, ·HEAR.T FOJS. 2LO VEAR.-5 AHVOKE. COPYRIGHT. IMS. KINCFEATUMS INDICATE. l~ ROO$E.VEU" OK A. STAMP ISSUE, LWW4 uMI-TED S1X-TE5 -fc. ON /^ PO$-TX^E. -THE. SOMERSET COUNTY MAPLE SYRUP CAMPS OPERATING AS SAP BEGINS TO FLOW ffl- SOMERSET, Feb. 14.--Somerset county again is producing syrup. Flow of sap from the sugar maple trees has started earlier than usual this year, veteran farmers said, the season having opened about three weeks earlier than in the last few years. Light snowfall during the winter and the early thawing of the ground were largely responsible for the early opening of the sugar season, veterans in the industry said. David Kclm ot Elk Lick township, near Salisbury, known throughout the county as the "Sugar King," already has boiled 200 gallons of maple syrup. Location of Keim's sugar ramp In the extreme southern end of the county makes possible his starting to "boil" several weeks ahead of others in the county. With the first thaw the latter part of January, the "king" placed 2,400 kcelcrs around nearly 1,000 trees in his grove. Other farmers in the southern part of the county preparing to open camps within tho next few wteks, are John Mosgrove, Irvin Fikc, Howard Berkley, Mrs. Hiram Saylor, Bert Walker, E. N. Walker, all of Summit township; Allen Compton, Samuel Horchlcr, Leonard Miller and Ward Compton, all of Elk Lick township. Camps in the Shanksvlllc and Berlin districts probably will not be opened for about two weeks. Somerset county ranks second in the United States in producing maple sugar, being surpassed only by one county In the State of Vermont. Farmers said that already this winter scores of persons from Washington, D. C., and Baltimore, Md., have driven to Somerset county sugar camps in the hope of observing the production of maple syrup. Yearly hundreds of gallons of syrup are shipped from Somerset county to Philadelphia, Baltimore, Md., and New York City. The syrup is shipped in 55-gallon drums. Turns Self Into Human Torch fo Prove* Faith LOS ANGELES, Feb. 14.--Mrs. Elizabeth Miller, who police said drenched her clothing with gasoline and set a fire "to prove her faith," died here. Receiving hospital surgeons quoted the 45-year-old woman as saying: "I wanted to suffer n lot of physical pain in gratitude to the Lord for the blessings He gave me. I wanted to prove my faith." Your Scrap Bag Yields a Gay Quilt Household Arts by Alice Brook* Kitty In Just One Simple Patch Kitten Applique Quilt PATTERN 5963 Here's a colorful quilt grandmother herself would have been proud to applique! Each kitten is but one patch (a grand way to use up your scraps!), while bows of bias binding, complete the block. An excellent companion quilt to the applique Scottie, pattern 5036. Pattern 5963 contains the Block Chart, which is a guide for placing the patches and suggests contrasting materials; carefully drawn pattern pieces; directions for cutting, sewing and finishing; yardage chart and diagram of quilt for arranging blocks for single and double bed size. To obtain this pattern send 10 cents in stamps or coin (coin preferred) to The Courier Household Arts Dcpt., 259 W. 14th Street, Now York, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Protest Assessment Ot Damages After Road Sinks Where Mine Caved HARRISBURG, Feb. 14.--Legality of the law making landowners responsible for vertical and lattcral supports under a State highway was started through a court test in Dauphin county. The State made repairs to a highway at Gllberton, Schuylkill county, after a part of the road caved in and sent a bill for $1,591.50 to Trustees Clayton G. Dixon, John Gilbert and W. Logan MacCay. owners of the land through a trust deed. The three men appealed to tha court, holding that they were not responsible for caves caused by mining. Perryopotis PERRYOPOLIS, Feb. 10.--The cast of .the high school play was announced recently and rehearsals are under way. The cast follows: Mrs. Mclntyre, Goldic Mantinak; Prof. M. Mclntyre, Regis McCuddin; George Mclntyre, Paul Bertoni; Terry, Joanne Marshall; Sophie, Amelia Davis; Mrs. Patterson, Lorcna Barnes and Elsie Patterson, Nellie Forrest. Class Has Mcctlnff. There was a called meeting of the Israfll Sunday School Class Friday at the home of Kathryn StifTy. Plans for a novel social were discussed. f ' On Palestine Tour. Rev. Fred Grimm of the Methodist Episcopal Church left Friday for an extended tour of Palestine. The trip will last about 55 days. Mrs. Grimm will spend the intervening time at the home of her parents. Personal. Mrs. J. S. Thorpe and daughter. Lea Catherine visited with Mrs. Thorpe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D, W. Davis of Pittsburgh Wednesday. Covered Dish Supper. Thet Men's and Women's Bible Class held a covered dish supper in the church parlors Tuesday. There v.-cre 50 present. In Unlontown Hospital. Bobby Stimmcl and Charles Wilhelm of Perryopolis and Layton, rc- pectivcly, arc patients in Unlontown Hospital. Both are suffering severe attacks of spinal meningitis. Painter Boomed for Concrcss. GREENSBURG, F e b . 14.--A "Painter for Congress" boom was suggested by James Kimmel at testimonial dinner for John T Painter, forced to retire after serving as Grcensburg postmaster for 20 years and as a potal cleric and mai carrier for 27 years prior to that Kimmell said Painter would make an ideal congressman for Westmoreland county because he can balance his own budget and because he would vote for economy nnd against extravagance in government. Mine yields Diamonds. CAMINO, Cal., Feb. 14.--The old Cherokee mine, formerly known ss California's diamond mine because diamonds were occasionally found in its tailings, again has become "active." Bert Carpenter, who is mining it, recently found two diamonds there weighing about two carats each They were estimated to have a value of about $100 each. Wife Leaves Mate Cold in Nudist Camp, Divorce Libel States By United Presa. CHICAGO, Feb. 14.--Rollicking h the nude with other unclad men and women is no way for a husbam and wife to conduct their domestii life, in the opinion of Mrs. Evelyn Hamilton Grovcr. In fact Mrs rover disapproves of any publii display of the body beautiful by anyone, no matter how well favored. Mrs. Grovcr expressed her views on nudism, particularly in reference to her husband, in a cross bill for divorce filed today. Her husband, Charles F. Grovcr 30 years old, n radio engineer charged her with desertion. Mrs Grovcr's reply is that she certainly left him, but for good and suffldcn reasons as follows: In the early part of July, 1934, re marked Mrs. Grovcr, who is 20 am quite personable, her husband askci her to spend a week-end campin, with him nt what he described as an outdoor club. But to the surprise nnd astonish mcnt of Mrs. Grover, her bill forth, Grovcr drove their automo bile directly into a nudist colon, near Valparaiso, Ind. Mrs. Grovcr snys he compelled he to live in a tent for a day nnd a nigh among the disciples of the colon: Mrs. Grover says all this caused he cmbarnssmcnt, mental anguish nn agony. j Presumably Mrs. GroVcr did n pecking. The bill doesn't say. Prc sumably also Mrs. Grover stayet right inside the tent. The bill docsn say. .But it adds that at the reques of her husband: "Divers female members of · th cult visited her and attempted persuade the defendant to bccom a member of the cult and participat in tho activities." COMMISSIONERS TO MEET THURSDAY AT GREENSBURG Commissioners of southwestern Pennsylvania counties will meet i Pcnn Albert Hotel at Greensbur Thursday morning, February 17, a 11 o'clock to discuss the public as sistance situation into which the were precipitated by the new la' abolishing county poor boards. Problems incident to the manage ment and operation of respective in stitution districts will be discussed. "Until, the Department of Publ Assistance of the State definitely dc termincs the standards to be fo lowed, it is suggested commissions be governed in all their duties .ai cording to advice of their solicitors Westmoreland County Commission! James Kell said today. Dominating Fees Will Net $14,500 From Elections HARRISBURG, Feb. 14--Nominal- ig fees will bring Pennsylvania a iinimunvof $14,500 in this year's cctions, it was estimated. In compliance with the election ode enacted by last year's Lcgis- ture, nominees will be required to ay/ fees ranging from $25 to $50 ach. Candidates for State-wide posts ill pay $50 each. Thus, if the tw lajor parties have but one candidate or oiich ot the principal offices-S. senator, governor, lieutenant ovcraor and secretary of internal ivcnue affairs--the State will collect 400. Aspirants for the 200 posts in the tate House of Representatives will ay in the largest amount--a mini- um ot $10,450, or $25 per candidate. "wclve hundred fifty dollars will be ollected from State senatorial nomi- ees, and congressional candidates vill pay in at least $2,350. In last year's municipal elections-ho first under the new code--the ccs collected by the State from candidates totaled about $11,000. EVERSON CENTER TOPPLES SHOOTERS The Everson Recreation Center cagers scored an easy victory over the Straight Shooters of Everson by a.score of 42 to 30 at State Armory at Scottdale. Eichcr who made hall of. the losers points was the outstand- ing player. Jezewski, who tallied 17 points, was 'the high scorer for the winners. : Everson Center will play Thomas Drug Store of Greensburg at Scottdale Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock. ing for Barcaios? If so. rcfid the advertising columns, of The DJiily Courier.'' 010 FAMILY TREATMENT FOR COLDS A5D ;,BODY BUILDING. father {John's 'Medicine Not Only Helps' Break Up Colds, But Builds Up The Body. Was. Kaiiied. by. (lie People--Its S3 Years of Success Is Conrlnclng 1'roof of Merit-This medicine was originally prescribed for Rev. Father John O'Brien, ol Lowell, Mass., in 1855, by his physician. Ho afterwards recommended it to his parishioners and friends. In this way it became popularly known as Father John's Medicine, and many thousands have since been beneated by this valuable prescription. . .. · No amount of advertising alone could possibly hove built the reputation-that Father John's Medicine has earned and maintained for over eighty years as a treatment for colds and a body-builder, unless It had proven value and merit. ~ " '"." Mount Pleasant 1 Man Is Indicted On Check Charge '· GREENSBURG. Feb. 14.--Indictments returned by the Westmoreland county grand jury include: D. N. Crawford, Mount Pleasant, charged on three indictments with issuing, checks without sufficient funds in Grcensburg and Mount Pleasant. Raymond A. Budd, West Newton, driving while intoxicated and failing to stop in North Belle Vernon. Michael Wargo, Suterville, maintaining gambling place. John Hale, Donegal township, entering T. R. Williams' cottage. SHORT OF CASH This short month? G«t a "Penonal" Loan lo Ud» you over. 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