The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 6, 1930 · Page 7
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, March 6, 1930
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rrnrasDAY MARCH G, 1930. OAVLTf DOtrKIEm, CONlVaOLLST ILLS, PA'. JPtiK SU7VT5N. MOUNT PLEASANT DOC OWNERS MUST (XWINEiNMALS Xot BP Permitted to Roam Country Baring Game Breeding Season. LIBRARIAN FOR NEW HIGH SCHOOL Spealal to The Courtor. MOUNT PLEAANT, March 6.--Ray McKlssiek, game warden ot this dis- trU t, was in town yesterday teeming warning: to all persoiut allowing dogs to run at large Dog* trom town and around the -edge and near towns especially mongrels. ar» killing off tho gume and a t m e breeding season ia n!.tr all dogu in ltd t be kept tiocl for a time. llr*. Johns' Funeral. Tiov J E. Hartman, pastor of the fU-1'nion Presliytwian Church, had charge of the funeral service ot Mrs. lira Mitchell Johns, wife of Hubert Johns, who died at her home at Ali- qulppa and whost*. body was brought to the Mitchell homestead, t-he home of Mrs. Anna Jone»; near Bridgeport, Interment followed in Greenllck Cemo- tery. Rev Harlraan had married Mr. a n d ' M r s John ]n-it 10 years ago, Fa!POMS to ( r sc Athletic Field. Word hne beon received by the, Polish Falcons that the High School Athletic Field will bo given Ihem for t h e use of athletic drills when the Falcon convcnlioou me«t« In Mount Pleasant starting on Memorial Day. Hhort of funds foi the completion of tho Ramsay High School Athletic .Kleld, the high sc 100! may be forced to use the prcnont athle-Ue field for another reason at lesict. Hiffh School Librarian. Mist Janet Jonrfe has been chosen librarian of tho new library at the Ramsay High School Sho is being trained at the SooUdalft library She ·will take charge .is soon aa the new books arrive. Throat Operation. Mrs Harry Summy ot New Stanton nnd«rw-ent i throat operation at th« Memorial Hospital yesterday Bridge Chili Entertained. Mrs. Eva Shnpe Patterson enter- falaed hfr bridge club at her home in "VWst Main street last evtnlng. Two rablea ot bridge «·»· brought Into play ri'iitnry (Hub. Mr and Mr« Daa'el Weaver entertained the Century Club, of which they are mombei s. at tlwsir home In Ea«t Mali 1 street la«t evening ('oTert-d.Dlsh Supper. .lulla Hohokah Lodge IH planning a covered-dHh supper to le held in the lodge rooms on Friday evening at 6 30 o'clock. MIIJ- 01' Pruyer Schedule. For !'i utay'a day of piayor, to be observed at th3 United Brethren Ohurch, the following echfldule- has been iinnoiniced' Lenders, 8 to 9 A. M , MM J. L. Tpdejcraph, Church of CJotl; !) to 10, MM Jjlda Evans, Middle Preobytenan Church; 10 to 11, Mrs. J H. BrWlgum, United Brethren Churoh; 11 to 12. a member ot the Methodist Episcopal Church; 12 to 1 1'. 'M., Mrs Cora Patterson, He- fornved Church; 1 to 2, Miss Keuyon of the United Presbyterian Church; 2 to 3, Mrs. S C Stevenson of the Re- Union Prefebytoi ian Church; ;! to 4, Mrs. C. F. DePriest of the Baptist Church; 4 until 5, Mr«. J. L. Updo- graph. The church will bo open, at all of those, hours and persons interested aro invited to all or a part of the meetings, or for any one hour. Forgets Her Purport, France Waive* Rule MEN QUESTIONED IN JOHN DONOHOE MURDER RELEASED UNIONTOWN, March 6.--Following an interview between Special Prosecutor A. E. Jon«s and two young na*n arrosted in Plttsburg yestwday when they are said to hav« boasted knowing something about the John Donohoe murder, Thomas Bond anfi Theodore Dawson, wore released from custody Insofuv as Fayette county authorities are concerned. Mr Jones stated that although he was not enthtly sat1»ft«d as to what was back of the statement the two m«n ar« said to have made, there was not sufficient ground upon which to hold them longer. Tho prosecutor stated, however, that thero aro still several matters in connection with tho young men which aro not entirely clear and thoy will be kept under observation for a time at least Just how long that is, be stated, will depend entirely upon circumstances. In the courw of their interview the men are said to have told Mr. Jones that they w-ere not present when tho conversation In which th« Donohoe murder was mentioned tfeok place. They were not the men who did the talking. AUTO INJURIES PROVE FATAL TO BRIER HILL MAN UNIONTOWN. March 8.--Stovo Yarish, 53, Brier Hill, dl«d in tho Uniontown, Hospital, Wednesday night, at 8:45 o'clock from injurtea suffered early Wedmefday morning when he is said to hare stepped in front of an automobile being driven by Fred Howarth of Iltownsvllle. The accident occurred on the Xatlonal pike uear Brier Hill. Mr. HoH«ir h was on his way to the hospital to viMl his wife, wUo has been a patient at tUo iastitutioa for the past tvst, we-ekh Ho rushed the Injured mail to the I n s t i t u t i o n Yurlsh auffvrcd a f i n t u n d i l u h i 'en an,! hi- l.fel'Ulii All UM resource* of iaternatfonalt .telephaiMM, tokirrapha, and ftwtj mail w*r« brought into play ov«r the w««k-«nd to MV« MM. Dwipht W. Morrow and Mr« Elfaabeth Morrow flora delay at the handsj of the Fnneh immigration aervie*. Mn. Morrow did what many do! who (o abroad--forgot her ' port ._-.».. l .., . ... . SEVENTEEN DEAD IN LANDSUDE AND BIG TIDAL WAVE Others Missing After Catas-. trophe in Madeira Island , Group. MANY SAVED BY SWIMMING By United Press KKARTOXJM, Atrii a, March 6 -Count Avogrado Ol Collabiano, reported missing on his (tight trom Italy to Capetown, has arrived at Juba by automobile. His plane crashed at Yambto, h» said, and remains there. LISBON, Portugal March 6.--All business arid the relUrtaua ceremonies of Ash "Wednesday were suspended yesterday on the island ot Madeira, while the population rf Oamaro Lobes monrned the death f 17 jcrsons in a tremendouq landslide aod a mibs-e- quent tidal wav«. In addition to the '7 dead, two persons were still mining and five were in the hospital at F mchul. The victims were celebrating the carnival near Caboglrao Hill, when the entire promontory seemed to crumble and fall into tho sea. A tremendous backwash was created, leaping over the sea wall, and flooding the littoral, Many wom--n and older children saved their Ines by swimming, but the party of merrymakers were uaught too saddon 1 f, and some ot them were batter^ to death or drowned Vanderbilt March 6.-- W. T Laird waa a business caller in Pittsburg Saturday. Mrs, Clarence Llct la able to be out after three weeks' illnee*. W. A. Freed and family were visiting in ConnollsviUe Saturday evening. Robert Boyer, Jr , will occupy the parsonage ot the Christian Church. Mtaa Margaret Kane of Lawrenc*, Kan , spent Tuesd.vy with her aunt, Mrs. Sarah A. Moore. Mrs. N. R. Mooro and son, NeUnr., Jr., are spending the week in Pitta- burg with Mrs. Moore's aiater, Mrs Jamea Boy«ton. Mrs. Henry Hunker of Liberty is somewhat better a this writing. Mlse Lola Nevmyer, who is in the school ot nruiic at Johnstown, visited her parents. Mn and Mm. Bert Newmeyer over Sunday. Geno Kane ot Braddock was calling' on hia parents Tuesday. Mrs. Swift, who has been in Con- nellsviUe State Hospital tor several weeks, is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Martin have returned borne after a visit of two months with their daughter, Mrs. Rva and son, G«org« Martin, at Youngstown. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Martin and two daughters, Mid«e and Settle, motored to Youngstown a ad spent Saturday and Sunday with George Martin. Mrs. Bert Colbert waa visiting in Apollo last week. Mrs. Thomas Wood, wife of Rev. Thomas Wood, \vill arrive in town. Friday. R. E. Moore atiil daughter, Mildred, and son, Billie, visited over Sunday with the former's- mother. Miss Mildred will take pai t In the county reading contest, corning from Point Marion High School. oar "want" advertisement First Permanent Wave. LONDON, Mar h 6--The ttret permanent wave wae found in excavations lu Mesopotamia, a golden wix with the. hair perfectly waJvetl .and dating from about 3300 B. C., and it was Vforn Ty a man md not by a woman, according to Si Frederick Kenyon, director of the 3lrltish Museum, A family doctor's laxative if the sensible choice! Y OUR health is too important! You can't afford experiments with your delicate bowels when a coated tongue, bad breath, gas, headachua, nausea, feverh.hness, biliousness, lack of appetite, and no energy, warn of constipation. This applies not only to grown people; it is particularly the case whore young childron are con* eerned. That's why a family doctor's laxative is always the safe choice! Only a doctor knows just what; will cleanse the system cf men, women or children without harm. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Ptipsin is prepared today under strict supervision from freshest herb* and other pure ingredients, and exactly according to Dr. Caldwell's original prescription. B* w*« V family doctor for mdre than forty-seven years. Ho specialized in the diiorders of tho digestive tract. Ha tested this prescription is thousands of cases. Men liked its quick and thorough action; the children liked ita pleasant taste; old p«oplo praised it because it never gripes. Today, millions of families rely on Dr. Caldwell's judgment in the selection of their laxative. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is now sold in all drug storrea. It is the world's largest Belling laxative. On, W. B. CALOWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN A Doctor's Family Laxative 'Dingbat" Oberta Just Another Victim as Beer Runners Resume "Riding FAYETTE COUNTY TAX COLLECTORS DISCUSS NEW LAW TTN1ONTOWN, March 6 --The new 129 tax law which became effective January 1, 1930, requires that an additional penalty of one per cent be, added on the first day ot each month, to all property taxes, after becoming delinquent. - The new law wan the topic t discussion at a meeting of the 'Fajwtte CJounty Tax Collectors Aseoclation. held Wednesday night in the office of Asa 'JU Martin'. Each tax collector has already been warned bjr th« Fayette^'oonnty court that 1929 ta*'.Jup'licate* snail be paid by May 1, it 'was' explained and thto means that occupation pef capita taxes must be'paid by not later than April 15. In the event thte is not done, according to an agreement reached at laet night's meeting, the tax collectors will find it necessary to tevy on personal property to be sold for taxes and expenses ot Bale a« required by the new Dill. It · was Kjtoo «xplaln«d that on May 1, thte year, all properties on which taxes are not paid shall be returned to the county commissioner* and sold within 90 days at treasurer's ««ie for taxes and ooeta. The association members present at last night's meeting each expressed their interest and desire in Retting all the assessed taxes* without distressing any one and expressed tnoir willing- nese to «xtecd any intormatlon or help possible, It was stated, however, tiiat the new tax law ia so stringent they will be compelled to make levies and return seated lanta uttlese the taxes are paid. A suggestion WM made to the taxpayers to mak« tbelr payments of taxes by the Inetallment plan in the event it cannot be made in bulk. In thin manner, It w*. rotated out, the 1930 taxes could all be i»kl with no danger of additional penaltte*. By UnttKl Pr«a», OEUQAOO, March «.--Guns in Chicago gangland, silent oxoapt for occasional spntteringn sino the St Valentine « day ma«aacr« of 1929, claimed two more vietinw laat nigb't, a member of rbe gang 'MOO" and his bodyguard, and made, the wife ot the late notorious Tiin Murphy a widow for a second time, John "Dingbat" Oberta, who rose from an uneducated "bad boy" around the stock yarda to an immaculate cane and spats nlaut club nguro with the advent of prohibition and its illegal beer traffic we* the Jiief victim Kldn»i*d wUh his bod-yguard, Sam Malaga, Oberta was driven to a lonely highway west of Chicago Ridge, a auburn, in hi» own $4.000 automobile, by enemi*H, supposed ta b» tnemberB of a rh"al rum running gang headed by .loo Saltia. A shotgun apparently was pressed against tle fteruth side gangster's head and discharged His bodyguard leaped from tht machine If aeomed, and was riddled vrt(h bullets He was found tn u iBuddr ditch, atranaeiy the very position which Frank McKrlane, "tough«l" of the touch South Side boys hod told police A-few days ago to look for four assailants who entered hia hospital room- and tried to assassinate him. i "Look tor 'em in a ditch," MoBrlane, credited with originating; the "taken for a ride" phrase, told polloe who questioned him as to who .had attacked him in the room,""they are rats and they will die Hherats, in a ditch." McSrlane is still at home with four bullet wounds suffered in the eoc- ehaage of shote at the hospital, Mre. Oberia, a bride of 11 me aths, was reported near a p*y»ija.l br- «ak- down in the magnificent home i tain- tat nod by her huaband, who opera :ed a floriirt.i' t,liop as well as being a 1 number ot a clique of beer runners h- a,d«d by "Spike" O'DonMell. JvOss than two yi»ra afo, Mrs. Murphy was widowed when her tall hxiB- band, notorious gtnginah and tabor leader, stepped to the door of th«fr homo atin was riddleti with ball*c«. County highway police passe 1 the spot wh-er-ft Oberta's t-ar was ound about 7 J*. M , and whea tht-y rot irned at 0:30 P. M., they made the gruesome discovery. Police said Oberta and hi« companions hnd bee-n frequeutmg a roadhouse on the Southwest Side, ai d ap- pareatitly the aiayer? ha.d kidvaped him when be waa leavuiR. A other machine escorted the victim o hl« last rWo, and picked ui the ictual killers, police believe. Hpbr*w» in Rrvoluiio; t The Arnerlcan Hebrew sayi that th« names of 27 Jewish officer) who toaght .i"the side of the Attjrjcan forces are know. Tbese lc:luded Col, David 8. JTranks, who w» i aide 4e camp to George Wasbingtoi ; Col. Solomon Bash and others of prom* tnence in their dny. At that tl ae the if bole Jewish popalatloa In ti a new tTnited States was scarcely 3,00 . Patronlte tho*a who advert! ta. Penn»ville PBJNNSVll/LK, March 6,--The Trije Bine Bible Class of the Evangelical Snndtoy School will hold Its monthly meeting at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Detwtler at Murphy Siding Friday evening, March 7. George Ovanaugh, son, Donald, and daughters, Mrs. Ora Swift and Mrs. lib ado. Brown were at Johnstown Tuesday attending the funeral serrice of Mr. Cavanangb's brother, A. J Oa vanugh Miss Eileen Hodge, who underwent an operation on her foot at the Connellsville State. Hospital, wtts able to retuiu to her home Tuesday evening. Mrs Barbara, Grassland of near Murphy Siding was a Pennsviile visitor Wednesday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs, Francis Murphy of Yonng-wooci made a short call on Mrs. Murphy's auu/t, Mtss Sue Means Wednesday afternoon. Robert Nlcklow is under quarantine at his home here with the chickenpox. We are glad to note that Mrs, D. T. Pool?, who underwent ,1 serious operation at the Mercy Hospital, Pittsburg, on last Monday is getting along very nicely. Mrs. Bert Oollinn. who has been on the sick list during the post nionth is getting better. Stock nut Same Tell High Mountain lions, wolves, coyotes, anj bobcats dcittoy live stack and gnma worth more ««n 180,000,000 etery year. Ads. Cost is small, Results aro big. 'All Modem Improvements I Jim and Sally knew what thsy were doing when they bought the old Jom s house. It was hopelessly out of date as far as looks and modern comforts went, but it was staunchly built and had a good sized lot, and they got it for a song. Jim's salary wasn't very big,^ so they didn't try to do everything at once." T\ey began with the furnace. They read the heater advertisements. They chose just the equipment they wanted and had it installed. Then .they started reading up on bathrooms and plumbing. The following year they studied woodwork advertising, and replaced the old gingerbread porch with a pretty colonis 1 doorway. Of course the house needed pa nting after that and they found a dream of a c olor scheme suggested in an advertisement. Later came new flooring,-fresh wall paper, attractive lighting fixtures, shrubbery for the lawn. Jim and Sally have one of the prettiest homes in town. "Where did you g,c t such wonderful ideas?" their friends ask, an-1 Sally smiles. "We simply knew what we wanted before we bought it," she replies. "Anyone can, who reads the advertisements." Millions of Motorists Throughout the World give Michelin Tires the most concrete evidence of approval which any tire can receive. 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