The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 18, 1938 · Page 13
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February 18, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

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I'fl FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18,193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNE.LiLiSVTLIjE, FA. PAGE THIRTEEN. Vegetable Losses Through Diseases Fold to Growers 'Speaking at the school for vcge- ·able growing that was held in "urfcw Grange Hall nt Flatwoods resterday. Rex E. Carter, Fayette tounty farm agent, declared that although vegetable production is limited in the county due to soil and j w water conditions farmers who have level land readily adapted vegetable production find this type of farming profitable. Few local growers realize the tremendous loss that diseases of many vegetable crops arc causing in Fay- fiio county. Many of the most de- itructwe o£ these diseases such as slack rot of cabbage and cauliflower, , root rot of sweet corn, damping off \. of vegetable seedlings, tomato canker, scab of cucurbits, and celery blight are seed borne, and control to be successful must start with seed treatment. In order that local growers may have an opportunity to learn the methods of applying the best known treatment to the various seeds arrangements have been made to treat the following seeds and any growers having seed that they desire treated should bring them to the demonstration. Beet seed will be treated with red copper oxide dust for damping off. -* Cabbage and cauliflower seed will be treated with hot water and organic mercury lor wet treatment or corrosive sublimate for a wet treatment. This treatment is to control black leg, black rot, altemaria and damping-ofT, black rot and damping off. Celery seed will be treated with the calomel soak, wet, to control late blight. Cucumbers and muskmcllon seed treatment is corrosive sublimate ·wet and red copper oxide, lor scab inthracno.se and damping off. Egg plant seed also gets the rcc I copper oxide dust treatment for ·· damping off as docs lettuce and spinach. Pepper seed is treated with Seme- sen or red copper oxide dust for anthracnosc and bacterial leaf spol and damping oft. Organic mercury is used as a dusl , on sweet corn seed to control root rot, while tomato seed is treated with red pepper oxide dust or corrosive sublimate for darning oft, canker ' "^ diseases and damping off. Will Probated. GREENSBURG, Feb. 18.--The wil of Mary Catherine Rial, Jate of Eas: Huntingdon township, was probatcc lerc. The estate is valued at $2,025 COURT. DE CIDES 'BABY' WILL Humane Society Will Press "Sin" PS by Prosecution UNION TOWN, Fcb 18--Legal action he- began to take form ' i the case ol David Harris and his unwed daughter, Martha, 27, Pcrry- opolis, charged with cruel and inhuman treatment of a minor, in connection with {he five-year imprisonment of the daughter's "second sin" child, six-year-old Alice Harris. The child, rescued two weeks ago by the female probation officer, Mrs. Helen Reagan, and Humane Society officers., is reported making rapid progress at the county home, under the care of Dr. James E. VanGllder and Nurse Marietta Jackson. Announcement has been made that Attorney Linn V. Phillips had been retained to represent the humane society in the presentation of the case, which is to he under the personal direction of District Attorney James A. Keilly. % The 69-year-old farmer and his daughter are remaining closely at their Perry township home, at liberty on $1,000 bond each, fixed at a hearing before Alderman Fred Munk, Connellsvillc Conviction in the case, which has aroused much interest throughout the country, would carry a penalty of up to two years' imprisonment, or $500 fine, or both. Mrs. Alfred Smith, Airs. Arthur H. TimlocJi anil Mrs. John Nagle decision of the courts on the Millor "baby race" will at Toronto, Ontario, Canada, la handed down. Three of the claimant* to tho $500,000 left by the eccentric benefactor to the mother who had the most children in the 10 yean after his death are shown outside the courtroom awaiting tho decision on disposal of the money. They are, left to right, Mrs. Alfred Smith, Mrs Arthur H. Timlcck and Mrs. John Nagle, each claiming to have had nine children born In the specified time, -- Central Pr«*i Republican Rally Saturday, March 5, Af Greensburg GREENSBURG, Feb. 18.--Representatives from 22 counties jn western and northwestern Pennsylvania will attend a young Republican conference here Saturday, March 5, Chairman Willis E Topper of the Young Republicans of Westmoreland County announced. The committee- includes Walter Newcomer of Scottdalc and Mrs. Daryl Montgomery of West Newton. and Mary Rial Young is the executrix and the legatee of the real estate. Bad Check Arlisf Offers "Check" in Payment of Bogus One UN1ONTOWN, Fcb. 18--Officers cnjojed some fun over the attempt of Patsy White of McClcllandtown to ".cttlc a bad check charge placed against him by a Connellsville merchant. Already facing a number of similar charges. White was accused by the merchant and a hearing was being arranged when White asked if he couldn't pay the check off and get it dropped. When tho merchant agreed, Patsy reached for his pocket, saying. "Okay, I'll give you a check." School Board's Share Of Addressograph Cost Unpaid, Council Hears The School Board owes S1.015 34 as its shnre of the cost of the addrcss- ograph system in the office of Treasurer C. K. McKesson. Bills arc received regularly by City Council and the salesman who had the machinery delivered and put into operation has been repeatedly Inquiring about the final amount, apparently being "pressed" by the" manu- fjcturers. Council and the Fayette county commissioners have paid their share of the cost. The/School Board undoubtedly will but at the behest of President Clyde n. Weihe is deferring settlement in order to teach the city fathers n lesson in economy, according to the directorate ruler, at a rcttnt meeting who took the view that Council was too liberal in spending. When Mayor Ira D. Younkm askcc 1 whether or not a committee of the school board should be invited to discuss the bill. Council decided to forego any such session for the time being, at least. Ifl»q ufil 3 ' §·1 TT TEIGH the new cars dispassion- W ately in the light of what they cffcr and the facts stand boldly forth as these: Buick is the ONLY car on the market today offering the efficiency of valve- in-head straight-eight design--modern- . azed with the phenomenally efficient new DYNAfLASH frincith of combustion. Buick is the only car your money can buy with the marvel-ride of TORQUE- FREE SPRINGING -- springs of stout, shock-smotkering coiled steel that lessen skid-risks, lengthen tire life, actually make the whole car more directable. Buick is the only car with the safe- security of Unisteel Body by Fisher -- plus the blessed Quiet and peace of Silent Zone Body Mounting. Buick is admittedly the best looking car on the market -- chosen as such ty popular vole with a greater margin over its nearest competitor than any other car enjoys! Buick's performance is easily the most outstanding on the road -- for soaring, thrilling lift and power it doffs its hat to no other car even approaching it in size and comfort. Such are the facts, and on them you can well decide, "Better buy Buick!" But (hey do not end the tale. There arc two points dealing with figures still needed to complete the full picture of Buick value: -- Buick is not only the lowest-priced straight-eight of its size on the market --But Buick actually lists at lower figures than do some sixes! Check the facts, check the figurci. "We know where you'll find yourself in the end. In a Buick dealer's showroom getting the dope on his easy terms! A GENERAL MOTORS VALUE YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY 372 South Pittsburg Street Phone 8 ConneltsviUe, Pa. 'sychiatrists Examine Capone, Report to G-Men WASHINGTON. Feb. IS--A report of an examination by phychia- trlsts of Al Capone, C h i c a g o racketeer who is a pn-~*er at Alcatraz prison, has been received by the Department of Justice, it was learned today. Department officials said that James V. Bennett, director 'ol the bureau of prisons in the Department of Justice had received the report but docs not intend to make it public at once. Officials refused to comment on rumors that Capone had been judged sane by the phychiatrists' report Capone collapsed February 5 and it was rumored then that he had suffered a complete mental breakdown as a result of paresis. Psychiatrists were ordered to examine the most notorious criminal ol the prohibition area, presumably to determine whether he should be removed Jrora Alcatraz for medical treatment. Grccnsburtr Ftistor Quits. GREENSBURG, Feb. 18--Rev. R. A. Frook, for the pjist two years pastor ot the Church At the Open Door, has resigned because of the illness of Mrs Frook in Michigan. The church extended a call to Rev Harold J. Hamilton of Plamwell, Mich. Prsparod from ttio finest cjualHy. hand picked Michigan beans, cooked I wifh tomato Cduce with strips of lean pork addod -for additional flavor, lona Pork and Beans are ready to heat and lorvo end make an ideal dish for a hasty luncheon. 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