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TUESDAY, M A R C H I, 19?0, THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEL.U VILLE, PA. SCOTTDALE TAX LEVY 22 MILLS FOR YEAR 1930 for M i l l s t o i Council Adds Fou Tu.k« Carr »' Floating I n i l LIBRARY AID MEETS FAVOR CASTOKIA A BABY UEM :0V APPROVED BY DO CTORS FDR COUC.CONSTHWlON.OlARRHeA ; Courlo 1 '. Ii -I. -foil f u r S p T i a l to 'I'h SCOTTiAI/K, M a r . its re."iilfir i n o u t h l v m i l l s . This it; f o u r m i l l s h i e l v r t h a n ! la.vt. year. Tho e x t i a lour m i l l s added I w i l l b- used in a ;-i K M ' i a l f u n d for tho · l i f i ' j i d a t i o i i of i IK- I l o a t i u - iudehUMl- iit K.'i of t h e b o r o u c l : . The mi Ha .so is d ' v i d e d as f o l l o w s : t ~ l r n o r . i l f u n d , r i m - a n d o n e - h a l f : s i n k i n g , o n o ;md t l r e - e - f o i i r t h s ; l i s h i , f o ' i r : water, o n e a n d ihree- l i b r a r y , o n e :nd r n e - b a l i ' : o n e ; s p e c i a l l l o . i M t i ' - i n ' i e t i fo -IT. The r u l e s w i ' i ' - ^ .^us!»'iir ordinance v o a t l \\ vee tiiu u.c'opte-d. Kadi item was t i - k e n up separately ard the a m o u n t , HIM t h e b o n u i K l i had 1 c o n t e m p l a t e d spend:! 1 .'.;. The two i t e m s t i n t eaiK-cd inos! d « c u s d i u were tho l i b r a r y a n d t h e p a v i n g . The. l i b r a r y special committee reported i h ; i t one iii.il one-half mill.s w o u l d lie needed t o moot t h e r e t r i i r e m e n t s of t lie- l i b r a r y , i i u d w h i l o .-erne were opposed t o more t h a n otic a i - l o n e - f o u r t h m i l l s ono a n d one-half - u i l l . s passed b y a j s e v e n to l i v e vote. ) Tho street p a v i ; : ; f u n d raised from i 0:1 e to one and o n e - :aif mil!::, was lost and one m i l l stood. W h i l o t h e l i x i n x - f t h e m i l l a s e a n d l h pas.MUf; of t i n - o r d i n a n c e took u; a greater part of ' h o evening, some uy.nor mailers v.x-V" a t t e n d e d to. T h e .specie! l i b r a r y c o m m i t t e e . J a m e s K e y i K f f i l s , Lester !?. S m i t h :iud \\. ("'. Bell r o p o r l e d l i i r n u s r h C h a i r m a n Ueynolds ( h i l l i n ;IK K i n s t h i s r e p o r t i t w;ts t r y i n g lo bo f a i r to Iho l i b r a r y The Day's News SYNDICATE HEAD COMES UNDER FIRE OF SOVIET PAPER V. V. Dumber}? Accused of Def r a u d i n g (Jovoriniipnl in Condui't of .Business. BROTHER, U. S. CITIZEN, ALSO n,\\VSO.\, M a r c h I . M r . a n d Mrs. K a r l B l a i r o f Steuhoiu if .e. O h i o , spent S u n d a y at the l i o n i r \.' M r s . l i l a i r ' s t n o t l i o r , .Mrs. M a r g a r e t ; t.aufl'er. I i v i a c Keffer of l x w e i Tyrone t o w n s h i p w a s i n t o w n S a t i n ' l a y . I i .says t h e new r a i l r o a d is n pro;iro.s! in the way of : a r e now steam shovel C h a i n s H r i d c t c . M r . a n d M r s . T l i o m r i C o u i K ' l l s v a l l e v i s i t o r s M \V'."rd has been reo t h e b i r t h of a soti to Ku.-soU Moon of lOl.mini was a f o r m e r Dawvon !· T h e m o n t h l y incstin£ c o u n c i l w i l l tx^ held ( h i : req nested, t h a t ail men errt. Mrs. J a n i v s Lauidirey. visiiiiis' for ttie past, t v Chica.KO, has r e t u r n e d Ii W a l t e r Ji r o w e r of I v i s i t e d his b r o t h e r . C S u n d a y . T h e n u i n - t h l y n w t i r m A i d Society of I h e Daw. i a n Cluireh w i l l he lie! d a y evcnhiL; a t 7:'!H · c h u r c h . M r s . I-'rank M H a r r y Joseph w i l l have s o c i a l h o u r . C h a r l e s I j i r i R l c of M in h%s-n Siniriav. r a d i i i K . Thor loratod at. ( S t a r K wore r i d a y . i v o d 'here of M r . a n d Mrs. X. V. RuKSell y. of lwrouf?h everiins. II. is ixM's ix v pre-s- ivho had been '. v,'.''ks in ·me. c a v e r Kails t r e i i ce, tver of the .Ladi«vi' · n I^resaytor- 1 on \\'ednes- 'eloek at. thu G i l l a n d M r s . c h a r s o of t i l e Hy I f n i U - r l PrnsiS. MOSCOU". .March (.--Serious c r h a r g c s of d t ' f r a u i l i i i g the g o v e r n m e n t h a v e be-iMi made in "Pnivda," o r g a n of tho ( ' o D i m u n i s t party, agninsi. th« vic(--pre.!ud--nl of i h o chemical syndicate h e r e . ·/. V. (iumbrrg. (rumborg f o r m e r r y v as head of the G e r m a n - S o v i e t t r a d i n g organization, R u s K o r t o r p . w h i c h had its h e a d q u a r - ters in ( i e t m a n y . By way of r o u n r l i n K out. its charges, the Pravda a r t i e l p also attaek.s Alex Ciiirabcrg, i h r a t h e r of tho accused m a n , who :'ormorly headed tho Soviet T e x t i l e I m p o r t Corporation i n N o w Y o r k and who is now an official oT t h e American-Russian Chambm- of Cammerc'o. lie is an American citizen. The I ' r a v d a is osimcially "]nc k nncd" tha.l t h u American Oumbers "had the a u d a c i t y t - i rot urn. to M O K U O W as r e p r o s e n t a t i v e of A m e r i c a n iirnis." The prufen-nc.o is p r e s u m a b l y to Guni- ber:;'vi partic:ipnti(,)T) in t h o American b u s i n o H s n i e n ' s d e l e g a t i o n to t h e Soviet U n i o n last s u m m e r . T-he v i c e - p r e s i d e n t of the c h e m i c a l s y n d i c a t e , a c c o r d i n g (o 1'ravda's al- ienations, e n r i c h e d certain of his f r i e n d s in G e r m a n y by t h r o w i n g Soviet ordf rs thei" way. While head of die Hus.certors, it. is f u r t h e r alleged h e r r , h e s u r r o u n d e d h i r a s o l t w i t h a. gro'iiji of eouirter-rovolution- arie.s most of w h o m h a v o been imp r i s o n e d s'nco t h e n for various r e a s o n s and ionic of whom h a v e been. .shot. , TS I t roport*-d | . K. l l n t t ' . o an.I j t h o school hoar-1 | h o l t . K. K. C r a f t o f t h o l i b r a r y r. 1* report ami t o t h e t a x p a y h a v i n j ; m e t w i l l . f l o r n e r M . t l u t h o f a n d I I . V i n t o i i O v i a n d D o n a l d Ko!st h o a r d to :;o i n t o l l u ur.it orl to b a v i n . c vi: it/eil tiei.^nbi'irmr: · librarU::!. r u n n i n g · ? ! p r a c t i c a l l y t i i e j K a n i e basi.^ a s H o i t i l d i i l e a n d Hi" | methods and procedure "'' c o n d i i c t i n i ; j lii-yro. It %vas s l a t e i t h a i the a v e r a g e d u l l y n u m b c - r of bo i',:s t l i a t wi-nt, u i . ; ;it. the S c o t H l ; i l e l i t i - ; i r y was '_::'.". j The Postal T - ' ' - e i ; r i i p l i C o m p a n y | vickno\vleh;e:l h i i v i - i x r e c e i v i - i l a b i l l j to ; - Jl.il.r.D pul" t a x a m i s t a t e d t h a t i t ! w o u l d r e m i t . · .liinicirs fo C o n f e r Hocrpc. . I'ho local i - o n n c i l of t h e . h i n i o r Or- , :!('·· o f C n i t e d A r n ^ r i c v t n M e c h a n i c s ) w i l l p u t on t h ? r e : u l i i r des^rrc* work · m T h u r s d a y n i i : h l . M a r c h f i . A l l m e m be \s of the !e2:reo t.-am are reque.-teii to a t t e n d . There vv II he some s p e c i a l t'eii-lur-cs a s u r p r i ' is in H i o r e for a l l . A delegation I'roru C o n n e l l . - v i l l e w i l l he i n a t t c i i d a u c e . I'fppure for Inspect inn. T h e Service C o m p a n y 1 ' Ihe H'-'th I n . ' a n l r y i s m a k i n t proparatioiiK C o r t l i o i u m u a l i n s p o c t i r n t h a t w i l l h e hold T l u i i ' H d a y , M a r c h 1;':. at. tho armory. The company is i» c o m m a n d of First L i e u t e n a n t Kdgar K e l l y ami Second N o n t e n a n t .lames M u r p h y d u r i n g th- absence- of Captain (;iuu-k»s C u n n i n g - b a m , who is in Gtx-rgiu at a m i l i t a r y s c l l C K ) ! . '«\v Armory .1. 10. Harman has been chosen ca.ro- lul;er at the new a r - i i o r y and succeed.-; i (;us lioffniai'.. who v,-a;; electeti j i a t r o l - niiin for the boron" i. Miss l.oii Stmnt'er I n j u r e d . Stlss l.oii S l a u t f c r of \ V a l r i u r u v o n u o i.j , u f f e r i i i « f r o m ;· f r u c t t i r o of tho arm from a. f a l l . Vtr« ut Kiri'frtiMvn. v o l u n t e e r fir · d r p a r t m e n l waH out. twice yesterday. I n t h e it w a s c a l ' e d t o K l o f e r t o w n . to the home of O.i.briclle DiMa/.xo, whore ;i tire was di: covered u n d e r t h ' st;4rwuy by Mr-. Ii.Vla/./.o who was wo.shin^. No e x p l a n . i t i o n can be p i v e t i of t h e w a y that. Hie t i r e t u i u l i t h a v o started unless t h e c l - i l d r o n w e n t under I lie. s t a i r w a y to p l i . y w i t h matches. The chenvicals wer,- used. C o n s i d e r ab:e d a m a g e w a s d i m e , p a r t i u l l y covered by i n s u r a n c e . The d e p a r t m e n t w a s called out a«ai:i y e s t e r d a y afternoon by a false a l a r m f r o m the Cho.st- inr St.reet S*-liool I'uildirii;. l-.unl C!iiinred. .lustice of the Pt-ic.o W i l l i a m Kenno: last, e v e n i n g hec.rd a case affainwl U-s Karl \Vlhiou - f this place, who | wa.-; chiir«ed w i t h fradulent. c o n v e r - j sion. I n f o r m a t i o n was made by A. J Kink, w h o claimed t h a t she- had t a k e n , t w o coats out of ;lu .store on approval a n d t h a t .-he d i d n ' t r e t u r n e i t ' i c r and when a.-'Ked for tho money save an order on .ho liiul(Ml Static j ( H u l l Iwn Pip * i-'ouudry C o m p a n y j an-l t h a t t h e c o m p y . i y refused t o p a y ! the money. At. the t e a r i n g .she a a r c e d lo ;uy for tho coals .nul K i n k Mio cnst.s in tho cai-io. C. Moi ri-s. the I M t t f i b u r x strwt clothier. b r r i t K h t i n f o r m a t i o n against Krnest H a w k i n s and M. Broekman, both of 'lit.-; place, charging them wiih L ; i n n ; bad checks. The Br.ickmau cheek w is for $12.SO and t i n t of H a w k i n s .Mr $17.50. Both were m a d e goiv.l a n ! the costs in the I ca; t; paid by the i l i - f e n d a u t s . Jmeiille. Music Club. Herbert M i l l e r o ' fxnick.s avetuie w u host t o t h e . J u v e n i l e M u s i c C l u b a t 15,000,000 Unemployed In the Civilized World, Says London Labor Paper 11 y I ' n K e ' J Pr -as. I . O N l X i N , Miir-eh t . - M e t w e e n Ki,i i i i i i , i i i ) H a , 1 ( | lO.iXKl.Ofif.i m n and w o m e n c a p a b l e of workitij.; an w i t h o u t jolx 1 -' in t h e v a r i o u s e i v i l i s e t c.o u n t.r i OK of t h e w o r l d , a c c o r d i n g t.c l i s u r o s ruadf p u b l i c by t h e l . a b o r i i e i ·'· w s p a p e r , tl'.e D a i l y H e r a l d . F i s r u r e s f o r t i i e i i l ' f " r t s i l u i l i u i . s iir: esi i m a t e d at : ( ! c r m a n y , ·1,500,01)1). I ' t s i t e d S t a t e s . Ij,1)00.0' ". K u s s i a . 2 , U O O , U f 0 . tircat l l r i m i n , 1,500,00 . J a p a n , S'lO.OOO. 1'aly, r.OiV.)Ol). These figures, the l l e r f i l d says, p r o b a b l y w i l l increase r a t h e r th-,in do- crease. "1'k-onom.sts h i t h e r t o h:ivt Knggest- ed t h a t t h i · ; unomployinont ia t e m p o r - Jiry, and that w h e n the world has rc- 1 t u r n e d to n o r m a l i-ondition.s w pro- I d n c t i o n ant trade, tiie, s i l u a t i o u w o u l d : r i g h t i t s e l i . This view is now dis- crediied and t h e ontiook in repardd ; w i t h appr;hension," tho newspaper ', says. Hi; regular t n r p t i i i g la social h o u r f o l l o w e d t h K n r ,|aiul. Toi J a n e t I,a Verne I'ort* Mr. a n d M r s . J . Donald i i i : s a v e i i i t 1 , I ' h y l i s s J a n e t Tortei' p o u r e d atheino VYUS p i n k and nice git'Ls were recelvei presc-nt were Iviit'n An r i c k . J a n e t Ix'ii.-u !5c O v e r h o l l . 1'atric.ia 1'or UaS'eriie I'orter. Personal N. S. Ii. f i t i l i c k has retn l a u C c City. Misses M e r e i l i t h K u l Seiberiing of I ' l t t s b u i v week-end at Miss KuU'.s I. e v e n i n g . A · p r o g r a m . tor. ·, d a u k h t e r of I'orter of Col O v e r l i o l t a n d Tho color white. .Many Th-o gmHsUs ·1. Sara Khe-r- i a r d , Phyllis -r and Janet. ·nod from At- .itid M i r i a m spent t h « home here. SCOTTDALE BIBLE SCHOOL IS CLOSED WITH GOOD PROGRAM The ca.Sod i SCOTT DAWS. March 4-- Tb-e rc- | ligious b c h x d of St. John tho Baptist t Greek Catholic C h u r c h W/J.H brought to | a cloiso on Sunday evening with a [ very intcrctstiriK program at Kukuiic j H a l l . Several hundred per»ont wore in atteudai-ce. The clasiiea, opened last Novombar, were attcn led by 3:! lwy« and girle. 'I here wore exotninations and road i n g contest followed by a playlet. Refreshments wore served. UHd for i'. 0. 1 obliery. fNlO.N'l'OWN, March ·!.--lion T u r p i n . -'(.;, and W i l b u r K i n ·;, I K , negroes, both of U n i o n t o w n , aro ^ail by police to havo boon arrested Mocilay and couliiied to tho S o u t h lirownsvillo police station [onding a hearitiK " ciiarfces of rohbiiiK tl l-'airbatik; p o K l o f l i e e several w e c k x ug'.i. K I s k ! Kouiulrr Dies. H A I / l ' y u i j l ' U J , Mareh -t.--Dr. \n- d r t ' v v W. Wilson, ,!r., tjO. president and r o u n d e r of Kl.skimine as Springs School iierc, died y o n t e ' d a y at hlis homo on tiie campus. He had been ill I'm- a m o n t h w i t h p t : M i i n o i i i a . Mo f o u n d e d ISSN. the p r e p a r a t o i y school !». L'so our clasniflod adv -rti.sement. Stands by Lover DANCE TONIGHT Slovak H u l l West Siii\ ( M i i i o H s v i H c !!«ur 7 to I - . Admission: Ut-nts, «*»« Cents: '.s, '2 't (Cuts. Iron Bridge I K O N B]UJX;K, March 4.---Mr*. W. T. liateson and friondn, Mlauee Ruth Mil lor and Mildrel Banman, attended a clal.ss m-tiiiK in Mount Pleasant on b'riday ovonjng at th-e Methodist Bpi c«pal Clvurch. A program was ronder- tnl a n d a dainty l u n c h was served. Kigbteen were prosont at the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Struble of Wclty, w»ro here Friday wkh Mrs. Strublo'K aunt, Mr.s. Mary Tomanok. Mrs. Danie-I. Kutsy was in Scottdale Saturday j-hopping and (.·alllnf,-- on f r i e n d s . Mrs. Wiriam Sinitley of Flannnond- villo was boro among friends on l^M- day. W. J. rvenny returned to his hono at Tarcntuni nn Saturday after spending a tvoek here w i t h tho family of II!H friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Batenon. Mr. and .Mrs. Kichard Paltoii and frloiuikS oJ tfeottdalo were caJlor:; liorc on Saturday. Joseph Pokornoy of Mount Plc-asant was here Friday with his f r i e n d s , Mr. and Mr.s. Roy Ii. M i l l e r . M i s s Keairico Miller was a P-ittsburg visitor on Friday. MTH. Gariiold M i l l e r and niece, Miss I-hiz-oI Newc.omor wore in Scottdalo Saturday fihoppinp and . c a l l i n g on Everson Although Eleanore Ro old daughter of the whose l a n d n Oakiar Michigan, James B: fessed poisoner of eig was Captured, by Det' declares she loves Bak jiromised to aid the im Above, she was snapi was beini? queBtioned fort. to learn how Ba himself with two pis! k n i f e with which hn i slay two detectives wh turning him to -, 1 /-year- farmer on d county, ker, con- 'it persona oit police, -r, she has estigation. ed as aho in nn ef- teir armed ols and a itended to were re- KV'ERSO.'v, March -1--Monday evening was "Mystery Night" ut tho revival services at the UiviU*! Brethren Church. Tins eveuing tho booster chorus will sing and the Camline Quartet will also render several selections. The Boy Scouts, Troop 4, w i l l be present In a body. On Wednesday eveiiiig John Stoker and hie daughter w;ll render several mandolin selectioiiti. Tom Filer of Altoona, tho blind Binger, will be prcB«nt this en- tiro w-eok. The public i invited to attend thes*' meetings. Mrs. John M a l i k oE Brown street ie viftiring w i t n relatives in I'ittaburg. I Mr.s. D. Woods K y a l l fipenl last I w.ek at t b o home of h e r «!strr at J e a n n o t l e . Coming events cast their shadows before" By refraining from o v e r - i n d u l g e n c e Men who would keep that trim* proper form, women who prize the jnodern figure with its subtle, seductive curves--eat healthfully but not immoderately. Banish ex- veness--eliminate abuses,, Be moderate--be moderate in all things, even in smoking. When temj ted to excess, when your eyes are bigger than your stomach, reac i for a Lucky instead. Coming events cast their shadows before. Avoid that future shadow by avoiJing over-indulgence if you wou Id maintain that lithe, youthful figure. Luck t Strike, the finest Cigarette m m ever smoked, made of the finest tobacco--The Cream of the Crop--"IT'S TOASTED." Everyone knows that heat purifies and TOASTING" not only re- mov;s impurities but adds to the flavcr and improves the taste. Your f hi oat Protection--against irritatSoin-- agciinst cough. *Bc Moderate!... D lets or other quack wasted on these rid ing Lucky Strike- Ci; tempted to do your in things that cau,- TUNE IN--The © 1910, Tbc Ameiican Tobacco m't jeopardize the modern form by drastic diets, harmful reducing girdles, fake reducing tab- 'anti-fat" remedies condemned by the Medical profession! Millions of dollars each year are culous and dangerous nostrums. Be Sensible! Be Moderate! 'iX/e do not represent that smok- ;arettes will bring modern figures or cause the reduction o) flesh. We do declare that when ;eif too well, if you will "Reach for a lucky" instead, you will thus avoid over-indulgence e excess weight and, by avoiding over-indulgence, maintain a modern, graceful form. ,ucky Strike Dance Orchestra, every Saturday night, over a coast-to-* oast network of the N. B. Q :o., Mfr«. SOVIET VOIDS CHILD MARRIAGE, BANISHES PARENTS OF PAIR MOSWW, March -i.--A , pretty year-old girl, sold tor 200 rnble.s bride -to a 17-year-old boy. has b restored to freedom, and the pan of both children have been uspe from Moscow for throe ye.rra. The transaction look place in JV cow, where a p u b l i c trial was dt:i in an effort to counteract I he 'UK custom of -bride pnreYiaHPH. A l l persons i n v o l v e d in tho were Syrians, from a region w h a f f e c t i o n a t e ral-liers always proi their sons with Iho heallhicat prettiest c h i l d brides they can ; i f f The fathcrw of Maria tili.iinahuii, R l r l , and Yuvel Birkisov, t h e 1 were astounded w h e n their piecr tribal husineas was made tlie bani; an arrest ami a t r i a l . To prevent tho bride from c-acap the elder Sarkisovs had ehuined to a bed in their home. t '·}- an ·on i t s leil JS- ·ed .at ilo ·ro ido nd ril. ho ay, of of K r iev Chicago Police Quell Red Riots W h e n V»o Want Something o tho Cl-asaiQetl A Priise for H hi den Is. LINCOLN, Neb., March i.~-Creai .011 oi! a prUe of $25 to be presented inn u a l l y to the freshman man or w m- | an who made the greatest t r i u r ph over heavy odds in obtaining an t lunation, was announced by Chance lor E. A. Burnett of tuo University of Nebraska. Ctifeag'o Tliins Coiiiiniinlstli' I'arud s. CHICAGO, M a r c h 4.- -Police (.'· m- tnissioner ^S^ F. Jiutfiell a n u o n n :el ! early this morning thai no o r g a n i ;el I demonstrations of Communist:; w i l l be I permitted Thursday anil t h a t 110 ice will he s t a t i o n e d at all racllc.il nn ? t - Usa Ads. fitroalit tboe« V/indy City pelicemen leading a girl Communist, somewhat against her will, into a patrol wugxn, followtag tha Red riot* which took place in Chicago 111. At th« fame tiir.e riots took plac« in Now York, Boston and several important through-nit the coantrj.

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