The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 25, 1938 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 25, 1938
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. PAGE THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 193S. Vice Ring Leader, In Jail, Now Faces Income Tax Charge By United Press. PITTSBURGH, Feb. 25--Mrs. Mae (Billy) Scheible, convicted vice ring leader, of Pittsburgh and New York, will have to explain to a Federal jury here why she paid only $57.49 on taxable incomes allegedly ranging as high as $37.552.88 in 1931 and 1933. Mrs. Scheible, who is now serving a four-year term in a New York prison on a vicc x charge, was re- indicted by the U. S..grand jury Wednesday oh .charges oCcvadingJn- come tax payments - . The" indictment' charges 'she owed $2,834.57 tax on her gross'income "of S40J888.57 in' 1S31'.' Afthat time she reported an income of only $3,803.16 and after reduction allowances paid no tax, it was ctorged. -· · In 1933 Mrs. Sbheible received a gross income of $22,648.98, of which $18,796.54-wa»-taxable in-thc-nmount of $1,418.36, "the ^ndictmefit averred. According to the-government she reported "jjcr_income in that£year as $8,414^^ paid $57.49 : tnx.' She previously" hacT been Indicted on evasion charges -in-connection with the same - iocqrn returns, but additional infgrmationjrcsultcd^in the new indlctmentV' -- KIWANIANSHEAR .-. COKER DEBATERS A program presented by : lour members of the Connellsville High Young Field to Wed in June? OPERATORS JOINED BY UNION MINERS IN COAL PRICE FIGHT Marshall Field, Jr., and Joanne Bnxs Wedding bells arc expected to ring this summer tor Marshall Field, Jr.,'-helr to the Chicago deportment store millions, and Joanne Bass, daughter of the former governor of New Hampshire. The two arc shown dining In Boston. Your.g Field la a Harvard senior. --Central Press School debating team entertained I George Marakas and John Munson members of the Kiwanis Club at the weekly meeting Wednesday. Afflrmatis-e speakers were Miss Sarah Bailey and Thomas Floto with as negative representatives. Members of the club spoke highly o£ the yowng people in commending them for their fine performance. BEGINS TODAY Screen Time: 3:39. 4;57, 7:15. Last Feature 9:33. BEGINS TODAY Screen Time: 2:3!), 4:57, 7:15, Last Feature 9:33. WHERE DRAMA IS STRONGEST!. WHERE ACTION IS FASTESTI =TWHERE DANGER IS GREATEST!: =rr The First Great Drama of Modern Undersea Warfare Starring The Daring Hell-Divers of the Deep Who Flirt With Death-And Laugh! PAT Joined the Sob Service for thrills and found more than h» was looking for! WAYNE vice forjftm..".but fotindnolaugh^JOO- feel under tji« sea! GEORGE Joined Us Sub Ser- jflce."f.cfr~a'caraer . and-became .the gallant commander of Sub D-1! FRANK DORIS WESTON Directed by LLOYD BACON bnn'niT bj Fra*k Wud, Wurn ttaft t*i tMTMM W«b!«. rren · ttaqr bi Frwk Wud Jtofc b) M« Stttnr ·K tint fetioul Hrtsni A COSMOPOLITAN PROD'N Presented by WARNER BROS. SEE tho onco-doomcd crew of a sunken sub rescued by 'oxygon lung*'*nd'son-going eiovatora'l LEARN how modern submarines are ablo to defend our coast against battleship attacks! Ufe-sav!n lungs'permit nor- malireathlng hundreds o f f e e t under the water! 3 Musketeers of the Sub Service come up from the dccpXomc back (or morel Stepping out with the swellest* pe'rformahccs of thclrhlt-sludded careers! CARTOON -- LATEST NEWS -- PICTORIAL WASHINGTON, Feb. 25.--A group of major coal operators joined with Jnited Mine Workers officials, it was earned today, in urging the National Bituminous Coal Commission to suspend its minimum price schedules ·ind ('reconstruct the price structure jy which it hopes to stabilize the bituminous industry. . I I t j was understood -that about 15 major operators, representing coal fields throughout t h e j country conferred with President jlohn L. Lewis of the'UMWA, and other union offl-j cials. Later the two groups met the j commission. I The operators were snid to tear complete collapse of the price structure because of crippling injunctions already issued. They told the commission that to run the risk of having Ihe price structure invalidated entirely alter a lengthy court battle, would delay stabilization of the soft coal industry. Mine union officials attending the meeting, besides Lewis, were Philip Murray, UMWA vice- president, and Thomas Kennedy, secretary-treasurer. It was understood that there also was some discussion of urging President Roosevelt to reorganize the commission. County Fixes Bridge Toil at $750 Annually for Wesl Penn Company UNIONTOWN, Feb. 25.--A new agreement lias been drawn on rental and fixing a maximum weight of 60 tons to govern the use of the Connellsvillc bridge by the West Penn Railways Company. The agreement provides that the company shall pay $750 annually in quarterly installments of $187.50 on the first day of January, April, July and October. The agreement, approved by the commissioners, but still awaiting the signature of West Penn officials, shall become effective as of January 1, 1D3G, and all quarterly payments accruing since that date shall be paid in cash upon signing of the agreement. Gets $516 Verdict. GREENSBURG, Feb. 25.--August Valentage of Hcmpficld township won a verdict for $310.60 m n j s $15,000 damage suit against Lydia and J. B. Kimmell of Van Meter in Westmoreland county courts. He claimed he was injured, when struck by the defendants' automobile on the Greensburg-Youngwood road- near Haydenvllle January 14, 1930. You'll See.Her Soon Shirley Temple . . . to mnko tour You'H sec Shirley Temple ui person soon and It won't cost you ono penny. That's the plan at Mrs. George Temple, the nlne- year-ol5 actress' mother, who announced In Hollywood that Shirley would made a personal appearance tour across tho U. S. --Central Press Hearings Waived B Si 29 Arrested In Church Fight dm to The Couritr. UNION TOWN, Feb. 25.--Through' their cou sol, 2!) persons arrested a fortnight ago during a disturbance at St. Mary's Greek Catholic Church at New Salem waived a hearing for court. They were scheduled to .be arraigned before Justice of the Peace Jerry Abbadini at Republic on charges of inciting to riot and assault and battery. The near-riot broke out during a church service when, it is alleged, persons identified with the faction opposed to Rev. Father Anthony. Knopilt, pastor, attempted to serve him with a notice to vacate the pulpit. The case probably will not be presented to the March grand jury which meets Monday morning as Saturday had been fixed as the deadline for the returning of cases to the district attorney's office. The defendants arc at liberty under bond pending court action. Bird House "For Wrcnt." MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 25.--A bird house in Prospect Park here bears a sign reading "For Wrent." THE NEW LAST TIMES TODAY- branded as . . to s h i e l d the brother of the woman he loved! Comedy Selected Shorts News mih Eric Blore Edward Everett Morton tJohn Howard, Eduardo iVCIannolll IKO-»AOIO ncnjn « Entertalncn of Radio and Night Out* A lent L.-Laiiy froduetlt CUKtfdbrJIaeul Walth. Sen plar by G»rlrad» PurcfU c Saturday © Monday © Tuesday THEY FIGHT IT OUT! Terry Randall, born with a sil- J ver tongue .in her mouth^and | Jean Mailland, jobless song and \ dance girl with a giil for barbed · wire cracks . . . What strange ' fate made them room mates in ! a theatrical boarding house! Those amazingly wonderful penniless girls who exist on dreams, while awaiting the call to footlight fame that comes to one in a thousand!.. .The deep-down, story of their burning hearts, and the low-down story of their flashing wit, has beert told for the first lime in tha play masterpiece of Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman . .. now an RKO- Radio Picture. GREGORY La CAVA Who made "My Man Godfrey" · Produced by PANDRO S. BERMAN . COMEDY SEWJCXBT) SHORTS AXI) SE Screen PloybyMo trie KyA'ind and Anthony Veiller

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