The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 21, 1938 · Page 7
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February 21, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE SEVEN. NEWS OF/THE COURTS Two husbands, each chaiging they were deserted by their mates after only several months of married life, filed suits for divorce with Prothono- lary John Brady. William Franks, Belle Vcrnon, In his libel, named Dorothy Franks, alleging she left him without any reason on June 15, 1933, slightly more than two months after the ceremony had been performed April 27 in Belle Vcrnon. On a petition presented Judge Harry A. Cottom In open court, permission was granted to serve notice on tho wife in the Grccnsburg jail \\hich, In the libel, was given as her present address. Charging desertion seven months after their marriage in July, 1931, In Cumberland, Md., Kenneth K. Myers, 68 Lincoln street, this city, filed divorce action against Regma E. Myers, also of Uniontown. He charged she left his apartment February 3, 1932, without any reason and hss, since, refused to live with him. Charges with felonious assault, Carlton Webb, Cardale, on his plea of February 17, was sentenced by Judge Cottom to pay costs of $47.05, n fine of $50 and spend eight months In county jail, the latter to be dated from day of incarceration. · The charge was made by Carlo Parazzola who claimed that, on September 11, the defendant attacked him with a knife. John Gochcck, Outcrop, and hi: co-defendant, Ruth Watson, arrested on charges of keeping a bawdy house, keeping n disorderly house, fornication and adultery, were arraigned before Judge Cottom. Gochcck was ordered to pay one- half the costs, amounting to $28.20, a fine of S50 and spend 60 days in county jail. The woman received a similar amount in costs, a $25 fine nnd 30 days in jail. The couple were arrested by Constable Grover Swanger and the information charged that, at Emma Siding, February 4, the defendants engaged in illicit relations, the woman being married, and maintained and operated a disorderly house for gambling, drinking and other misbehavior. Arraigned before Judge Harry A, Cottom Friday on a charge of larceny of an automobile, Fred Cornish 18, nnd his cousin, Robert, 17, of this city, were remanded to Huntingdon reformatory "for at least 13 months' while their co-defendant, 18-year- ·old George Cerul of Continental No, 1, was released on a one year parole The three youths, recently, with a bundle of clothing in their possession, stole a car, owned by Eugene DeBolt, Waynesburg, which had been parked in Morgontown street. They were taken into custody near Cumberland, Md., and turned over to · local authorities Mother of Robert Cornish, of 23 Jefferson street, made an unsuccessful plea lo the court "to give my boy another chance." Judge Cottom, stating it was impossible to comply with the mother's request, said it would be possible for the two youths to learn a trade in the Industrial school where they must remain for at least 18 month: and, at the most, 45 months. "If you do your part, you'll come out better boys," the court said. "1 you don't behave yourselves, you'l find it rather unpleasant cxpcri en ce." Charged with delinquency and in orrigibily, Violet Ogrodny, 14, of Filbert, and her companion, Antointte Wilk, 15, of Foirbank, were ar- aigncd before Judge H. S. Dum- auld who, after hearing testimony, irectcd they be incarcerated in Mor- nnzn training school. Efforts are being made to have an mlcablc agreement signed by both Vest Pcnn Railways Company and ounty commissioners relative to use f the Connellsville bridge by street ars. The issue at stake has been hang- ng_fire for many months, the com- mis'sioncrs having refused to sign nn grcemcnt prepared by the company, {ccently County Solicitor Clark W. Martin prepared another agreement vhich was approved by Commission- rs John W. Rankin and Michael ·Carolcik before being forwarded to West Pcnn officials. Provisions call for amicable settlement of the problem Ri owing out of use of tho bridge for street car traffic. Stating he had buried his wife, "a year ago Tuesday," nnd that he was 'waiting for my unemployment com- icnsation check to come in." John Vatson of Belle Vcrnon, appealed to commissioners for assistance to 'tide me over in the meanwhile." Watson said he was "living in box car* and any place it's convenient," while he waited for the much-desired check out of Harrisburg that is expected to help him over the period of unemployment--"until I can get iob," he said. Watson was making a last-minute appeal to county commissioners to iclp him settle the funeral expenses incurred n year ago when his wife Raw Throat? Here's Quick Action! Kill tbo coM germs that attack your throat and causo miserable colds. At the tint sign of · raw" throat, grsltt with Zonlco. I ZonltoiAO.3 thnw more active, by itand* ard laboratory twte, tban anr other pcpulor noo'polsooous antiseptic. Kills U Idrds of cold Rrrms--at conuutt And Zonlto soMhei Tour throat. nusoi or 1XWN lato bronchial tubes. YOU'D tod relief after tho im garslo irJUi Zcolte. died. An order was handi'd down by Judge Dumbauld denying two mo- lions filed In the action brought by Royal H. Sprowls against Donald J. Sutor as the result of an automobile accident April 22, 1934, in Market street, Brownsville. Verdict April 23, was returned by a jury 1937, in favor of the plaintiff and against the defendant in the sum of $1,800. The plaintiff's motion was based upon alleged negligence of the defendant in the opcratio.1 of a motor vehicle. The court stated, in the order, the defendant's motion for judgment n o. v. Is refused and the plaintiff's motion for a new trial is refused. It was further ordered that the pro- thonotary enter judgment upon the verdict, upon payment of the Jury fee. Rule, heretofore issued to show cause why the action in the case should not be nol-prossed, was ordered discharged at the petitioner's cost by Judge Dumbauld in the action brought by Luther A. Harr, secretary of banking and receiver of Peoples Bank of Greensboro, against Harold M. Conn. The court stated the defendant shall have 15 days from service of this order upon him to file an affidavit of defense. Otherwise, judgment by default may be entered against him. The legal action began Miircli 3, 1928. Suit to recover $20,000 damages, us the outgrow of an accident which claimed the life of her husband, was filed with Prothonotary John Brady by Mrs. Mary McArdle, German township, against C. E. Lcasurc, C.ir- michacls. The plaintiff was the wife of Harry E. McArdle, father of her flvc minor children. He died April 21 in Uniontown Hospital of Injuries received two days before when struck by Leasure's machine , while he was walking along the public highway in front of the Edcnborn company store. In the action the defendant Is charged with the careless, negligent and unlawful operation of his sedan in that he failed to give proper warning of approach, that he left his own side of the highway and drove directly across thnt road to strike the victim and that he operated the machine at a high and dangerous rate of speed without due regard to the conditions of the road. The plaintiff dccl.ires the accident which cost the life of her husband entailed heavy medical and funcrnl expenses and left her without maintenance and support of her five minor children. Department of Public Assistance, for use of Mrs. Amanda Myers, provisional executive director of Faycttc County Mothers Assistance Fund, entered suit to recover the sum of $43G, with interest from March I, 1937, from Elin C. Schell. South Connells- villc, executrix of the estate of Daniel Flaherty, deceased. The action set forth that Section 15 of an act of Pennsylvania Legislature, No. 13, approved June 25, 193G, charges the plaintiff with the responsibility of collecting from a decedent, who has any assets, all money advanced by reason of old age assistance. Flaherty, befie his death on March S. 1937, it is alleged, was the owner of a house and four lots in Dunbar township. Prior to July, 1935, the deceased applied for and received old age assistance to the amount of $436. Payment of this amount was -demanded of and refused by the defendant as executrix of the estate, it was charged. Walter Ridgcwny was appointed a school director In the borough of Faycttc City in an order handed down by Judge H. S. Dumbauld. The action was based on a petition presented by clti/cns asking that Ridgcway be named to the position, vacated by the resignation of George Ferris, and set forth he was "qualified, satisfactory and competent." The petition carried the signatures of Alfred Makepeace, Herman Grccn- stcin, John Cameron, Dr. B. L. Stollar, Joseph Mornvcc, Fred Holder, P. P. Jesick, Milon Klein, James D. Sark, Louis D. Sanchcrg, James E. Hamcr, Howard McCrory and Charles L. Humphries. In an order handed down in the case of Roman Fischuk against Clyde Brooks, it was directed by Judge Dumbauld thnt exceptions filed by the defendant be sustained nnd judgment reversed at the cost of the plaintiff The defendant had flled exceptions to the rccoid in the case, raising the question of jurisdiction. The court set forth it had decided, after consideration, that this court I« without jurisdiction in circumstances disclosed by the records. An order was hnndcd down bj Judge Dumbauld in the action brought by General Contracting Corporation against Point Marion Br,dgc Company. It was directed the defendant': question of law be sustained and "since our decision on that question disposes of tho plaintiff's right to recover, judgment is entered for the defendant." In the opinion preceding the order the couit sot forth the dcfcndnn question'- the right of the plaintiff to recover by a preliminary question o law, for reasons appearing in the plaintiffs statement of clnim. "We decide the pl.ilntlff is bound by tlio contr.ict pleaded nnd thit iti terms include the items for which li seeks to recover additional compensation," thf court stated. "For this rcnson, we think the question of lav presented by the defendant should be sustained and. since our decision upon that question disposes of th entire claim of the plaintiff, judg ment should be entered for the dc fcndant." Motor Policemen Will Be Paid Every Two Weeks HARRISBURG. Feb. 21. -- Th "ghost will walk" every two week for Pennsylvania's motor policemen in the near future, instead of once month, Commissioner Percy W. Foot announced. Explaining that all other State cm ployed were paid twice a month Foote said "I thought the trooper ought to be paid the same as every one else." est We For Allow Us to Remind You That THE GREAT STORE WIDE of » Continues Jhis Week HAVE YOU FORGOTTEM YOURS? Heavy crowds forced us to close our doors several times Friday Saturday. New price cuts will feature this week's selling. 1O4 W. Crawford Ave., Connellsville, Pa. SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOTT MASKS IN ORDER. -to T=R.1qH-f!LM NEVER. IF-tffEY DO AMD WEAR. OFF IK EATTNc f MAY PIERCING -frtE BRA.1K , AIRFIELD C\JXX. DIAMETER WITH JUNE-DECEMBER MARRIAGE ENDS WITH DIVORCE WAYNESBURG, Feb. 21.--The comparative June - December romance of William Allcr Ritson Hig- gcnbotham Aller which was climaxed in their marriage here in November, 1934, when he was 80, and she was 45, reached the end of its troubled trail today with the granting of a divorce to the aged husband by Judge Challen W. WaychofT on gioundr of cruelty and infidelity. The marriage here of the aged Allcr, then a resident of Mount Pleasant, and the middle-aged mother of two children by an earlier marriage, soon brought on a storm of protests from Allcr's sons by an earlier marriage. Legal action brought here and in the Westmoreland county courts to terminate the mariiage, proved futile and the couple resided together as man and wife. Some months ago, however, Aller filed a divorce libel, charging that his wife had hit him with a stove poker, had threatened to kill him with a hatchet and had been unfaithful to her marriage vows. Aller, who was said to have "owned considerable real _ estate m Mount Pleasant, now lives In Monongahcla township, Greene county, while Mrs. Allcr resides in adjoining Cumber- 'and township. S-JAMP ISSllEP FOR SECOND RADIO M" R.10 TVEOANE1OO COPYRIGHT. 1938. KING FEATURES SYNDICATE, Inc , so. AFRICA. A Pegleg for Puss Dr. and Mr*. Bernard Mnnn ro pictured in Ills Philadelphia office with BUlic, first member of tho fclino species--so far na tho doctor knows--to wcur an artificial limb. Tho pcxlcR, mndo from part of a broom handle ind » leather nlecvc, replaces n Ice Io»t throufth an infected fracture. Bilhc found it to comfortable sho wanted to jump away from tho camera. (Central Prfti) DEPUTY'S BADGE BOOMS NEWSBOY'S BUSINESS IN COURT CORRIDORS By United Press FREEHOLD, N. J., Feb. 21.--The custodian of the courthouse refused to permit nine-year-old Raymond Ti otter to sell newspapers in the corridors. Tearfully, .he told Sheriff George H. Roberts about it. The sheriff produced a deputy sheriff's badge and pinned it to Raymond's lapel. "Go sell your papers, sonny," he said. "I guess nobody's going to bounce a deputy sheriff out of this building." Deputy Sheriff Trotter-said business was booming today. Escobar Regains Crown. Sixto Escobar, little Puerto Rican puncher, regained the world bantamweight championship by outpointing Harry Jcffra of Baltimore at San Juan In n 15-round bout Sunday night. The champ was floored twice in the llth and once In the 14th. CLYDE A. NETH RADIO SERVICE Delco 1937 Auto l?«dlo, $12 So Credit. Phone 1916 CARNEGIE TECH AT GEORGETOWN GYM WEDNESDAY PHILADELPHIA, Fob 21.--Action in the Eastern Basketball Conference is subsiding as the member teams go into the final quarter of the campaign. Unlike the first two weeks of this month, the schedule next week is rather light, only three games being carded. 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