The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 25, 1938 · Page 8
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February 25, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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I PAGE EIGHT. TUB DAILY COUiUKU, CONNliULSVLLLE, PA. FKIDAY, FEBKUAKV 25, 1038. LIQUOR STORE CLERK BOUND AND ROBBED Ishbel and Her Fiance round by Scottdale Manager After Negroes Escape With Cash. STATE POLICE MAKING PROBE SCOTTDALE, Feb. 25.--George Gearhart, an employe oi the State liquor store in Plttsburg street was held up and tne cash register looted shortly before 9 o'clock Thursday night by two Negroes. The two men entered the store, flashing guns which' they 'turned on Gearhart. While one kept him covered the other bound him up. Store Manager Fred Collins found Gearhart a short time after the hold- 'up, when he entered the store. The amount o£ money secured in the holdup was not made public. The description given by Gearhart was quite vague but police in neighboring towns were notified, as well as Stale Police. World Day of Prayer. The World's Day ot Prayer will be observed in Scottdale Friday, March 4, with a service lor adults in the Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church at 2 30 o'clock, and for young people in the First Baptist Church at 4 o'clock. H is to be a unified service with all missionary.societies of Scottdale and vicinity taking part. , Juvenile Music Club Meets. The Juvenile Music Club met at the Y. M. C. A. Wednesday evening with Ellis Gault in charge. On the program was a piano solo by Nancy Rogers; a vocal duet by Doris Overholt and Ann Sichelsteel; piano solo by Jean Brown; musical news by Virginia Dale; piano solo by Mary Jane Uber, and a vocal duet by Marjorie Bycrs and Patricia Porter. The host and hostess at the social hour were Ellis Gault and Adclle Lydic. The club will present a program before the Monday Music Club at its meeting on. March 7. Tubercular TesU. A follow-up in tubercular tests made at the Scottdale High School Tuesday was held at the school Thursday by Dr. Gallagher, State physician, and Slate Nurse Elizabeth McKcnna. Those given the test Tuesday included members of the freshmen class and athletic group of the school, together with students from South and Chestnut street grade schools. .Revival Grows. Growing interest has marked re. vival services this week at the First Baptist Church. An average of over 150 persons were in attendance the first three evenings of the week. Much pleasure and profit is afforded by Thomas Filer, blind soloist, who renders the gospel in song. His solos have an appealing quality which deeply moves the congregation, and the request is made that Mr. Filer sing more often in the services to come. Mr. Filer usually plays his own accompaniment, using a piano which is placed on the pulpit platform for that purpose. Kev. Willard Whittcmore, the pastor's son, has been preaching on alternate evenings. He will preach both morning and evening on. Sunday. Tonight 5s Sunday School night, when all classes are expected to be seated together with their teachers. Ishbcl BtacDonald, daughter of the late .Ramsay MacDonald, who ros« from farm boy to the Premiership of England, is shown with her fiance, Norman Ridglcy, a houso painter, as they received telegrams of congratulation. The picture was taken at Leeds, England. RidRlcy hails from Spccn, Buckinghamshire, whore Miss MacDonald is the keeper of an inn. (Central Prctt). Cashier's Steer-Catching Technique Outclasses Best Ever Known in "Wild West 7 ' D A Y A T C A P I T A L A S I N T E R P R E T E D BY DAVID LAWRENCE Tho pastor will preach, will continue next week. Auxiliary Meets. Services Continued from Page Four, ethical or proper is a matter of opinion varying with observers. The idea itself of a President writing for newspapers on what goes on behind the scenes is not wrong. Mr. Roosevelt has every justification for selecting any business or profession he likes-if, indeed, one grants the idea that it is right for a . President to "-lake money in ways that are related to the office which he occupies. Members of Congress frequently accept money for lecturing and for the writing of magazine articles, so there can hardly be any- criticism on the theory that Mr. Roosevelt is an elected officer and should give his whole time to the job for which he draws a big salary. Tha objection will come on the ground that many people believe a President of the United States should not engage directly or indirectly in any business whatsoever while he is serving in the highest office in the land. For if it is right to have a President engage in money-making activities, it would be right for Mr Roosevelt to appear on a sponsorct radio program and accept money for fireside talks. Or it would be equally right for him to allow his name to be used for a fee on testimonials advertising certain products in preference to others. There are man; concerns which would give plenty o money to be permitted to say in advertisements what cigarets the l'r-si dent smokes or what suspenders he wears or what kind of razor he uses Maybe these are innocent and legiti mate ways to make money, but ; large segment of the American peo The regular business meeting of the auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen was held Thursday afternoon in the Odd Fellows Halt Music Recital. Miss Margaret Kritschgau will present a group ot her pupils in a recital this evening at the Community Music School, 209 Mulberry street, at 7:30 o'clock. The following program will be given: Violin ensemble, (a) "Fourth Air Variation, (b) "In a Rose Garden," (c) "My Sweetheart Polka," Blanche Bair, James Kuhn, John Warzinski, Sr., Henry Camber, Charles Zcdalak, Bethel Foulk. Mrs. DeRosa, Patrick DeRosa, Pauline Wory, Joseph and Frank Warzinski. Piano solo, "Rondio," Cecelia Caz- marek. Piano solo, - "Wayside Rose," Herbert Hidcnour. · Piano solo, "Witches Dance," Dorothy Mcdgscar.. Mandolin and violin duet, (n) "First Rosebud," (b) "Valse Barcarolle," Mrs. DeRosa and Patrick DcHosa. Hawaiian "guitar solo, "Love Your Sorrow," James Pletcher. Piano accordion solo, (a) "Silver Threads Among the Gold," (b) "Evening Waltz," Miss Kritschgau. Piano solo, "Minuet in G," Jean Brown. Violin solo, "Rain," Lena Fletcher. Piano solo, "Twilight Waltz," Esther Camber. Piano solo, "Pretty Sunshine," Vincent Norrs. Hawaiian guitar duet, selected, Nell and Lena Fletcher. * Piano solo, "Sweet Suspense," Mary Jane Uber. Violin solo, "Tnnhauser," Patrick DeRosa. Pinno solo, "Bicycle Race," Edith Forsylhe. , Violin quartet, (a) "In Memoirs, fo) "Cindrclla," Pauline, Mary, Frnnk and Joseph Warzinski, Jr. Piano solo, "La Trayiata," Nancy Rogers. Piano solo, "Little Fniry," Frances Cazmarek. Piano solo, "Dnnce of the Bears," Ralph Brownfield. Piano solo, "Minuet," Nell Fletcher. ·pie would think them improper it President really commercialized hi office for private gain. Mr. Roosevelt's willingness to ac cept money from newspapers whc he has denounced them, and, by in direction, has given raise to tho radi nnd the movJcs, is somewhat of surprise, but inconsistency has be come a virtue hereabouts, sq It ! quite possible Mr. Roosevelt thinks it is all right now and that mayb newspapers are not so bad after all. Just why a President of the Unite tates should want to make any mor money than his salary of 575,000 year, which Is supplemented.by frc automobiles, an allowance for travc' ling and official entertainment an free servants, all of which costs taxpayers something around $200,00 is a bit difficult to understand. Bu it is something hardly to be eon dcmned in this instance because means that the profit motive is ris ing in Mr. Roosevelt's psycholo/o today, whereas, 'only a few month ago, the Tugwells and the o'.h brain trustcrs were talking glibly By United Prcbs. BLAIN, Pa., Feb. 25.--A nc\ chnique for capturing iree-runnin ocrs was developed here reccntl two "amateur cowpunchcrs"-- chnique that would have made th un-toting laddies o£ the boistcrou.x AUDIT SHOWS BIG SHORTAGE IN TAX CASH Most Outstanding Development in Fayette Court Hearing. ARGUMENTS, AT LATER DATE UNIONTOWN, Feb. 25.--Country counsel, by tin audit of Mrs. Frances S. Kciiscd's own tax duplicates for _933 and 1934--which appeared Monday after having been missing for over two years--showed a total shortage of $04,7')2.88 in cash col- ections when checked against cash credits recorded in the controller's tax ledger. This was the most outstanding-and most damaging--development in the tax hearing which, dragging over a period of several weeks, was finally closed Wednesday night by Judge H. S. Dumbauld who ordered all witnesses discharged. Arguments will be given by opposing counsel, at a date not yet set, and the court will hand down an opinion later as to whether the judgment will be opened and the American Surety Company left into a defense In the case brought against them, as bondsman for Mrs. Kcir- sted, by the county of Fayette which is seeking to make shortages in tax funds for these two years. Taking precedence in importance' over all other testimony was the audit, made since Monday, by Miss Rebecca McDowell, accountant in the office of the county commissioners, who had been instructed by the court to audit the tax duplicates which hsd been issued to Mrs. Kcirstcd. The audit was made at the request of Attorneys Dean D. Sturgis and W. Saturday, Last Day df Tkis Rousing Saving Sale Keg. SI.IS New Spring Sweaters Saturday tf»1 ftft Only! . ...... - ............. «Pl.UU For Spring suits and skirts. $1.S)S OILSir,K UMBRELLAS CQ .JJ/ est turn green with envy in the ood old days. Now back in the period when the crritory beyond tho Mississippi was J nown as the wild and wooly west, was a simple matter for any cow and to throw a steer by grabbing s horns or by using a lariat . . . but id you ever hear of any of them apturing n steer by grabbing its .ail and "snubbing it to a tree?" , That's the system John Hcnch, nshicr in the Citizens' National ank, and Newton Flickinger, a armer, used to roundup the last of a ozen steers that escaped from Dorf ohm's stable a mile west of here bout a month ago. A posse of about 50 men was out aiing the missing bovine when it oubled back through the woods to- vard the pair. As it passed, Flick- ngcr managed to grab its tail but it utigcd away. Giving chase, they aught up with the steer, grabbed its .ail again and wrapped it around a mall tree. There they held it until ithcrs in the posse brought ropes ind a httltcr. But on behalf of the steer, it hould be said that it wasn't up to ighting weight. During its month of freedom, the animal dropped rom 3,000 to 700 pounds in weight The other steers which escaped at he same time were rounded up within n week after they broke from the stable. Brown Higbec nftcr duplicates had been turned over to them Monday by Mrs. Keirstcd and after the latter, under examination, declared she did ot know how much she had col- :c!ccl on them. Tho audit. Miss McDowell testified, howcd a total of $89,522.46 collected y Mrs. Keirsled on the 1933 du- licate according to the collector's wn entries. This amount, plus S2,- 50.54--a rebate shown as a credit n the controller's tax ledger for the uplicatc that year--brought the otal to $92,370. The total of $92,379 was composed f collections totaling $41,160.75 in Iniontown's First and Second wards, 7,690.95 in Third and Fourth wards, 24,403.44 in the Fifth and Sixth vards and $19,123.86 in Seventh and Rhth wards. Figures in the controller's tax edger,( Miss McDosvell declared, repealed cash credits on the 1933 du- ilicato ot $72,246.21 and, in addition, i2.145.18 commission (equivalent to :ash) for a total cash credit on this duplicate of $74,391.89. Cash collections noted by Mrs. ·Ccirstcd on the 1933 duplicate totaled Continued on Page Sixteen. Reg. $1.00 New Handbags Saturday Q7r« Only! ................................. Ot C Gabardines, leathers. Spring shades. Cross Sulis/ Completed. GREENSBURG, Feb. 25.--In the cross suits ot Georgia ArrtnRton against Charles McLean and William Arrington against Charles Arrington all ot Donegal township, a jury returned verdicts in favor of the defendants before Judge Charles E Whitten. The suits grew out of an automobile accident at Hurst Higl School in Mount Pleasaut township May 21, 1037. him about the "service motive" anc the need for curbing and restraining if not eliminating altogether, the curse of the profit motive. Mr. Roosevelt fortunately has th urge to engage in money-making. Sc do millions of other citizens, and no a few of them will say it may b perfectly all right for on cx-Presi dent to do it, but they arc not s sure it is good taste for a Presidcn or that it is the kind of thing Washington or a Lincoln or a Wilsoi would ever have done. But her again one has no right to assume tha Mr. Roosevelt wants posterity to con sider him n Washington or a LincoJ or a Wilson, and maybe in this ma tcrialistlc age dollars are more im portant than ideals anyway. Author Writes 99lh Novel. NAPA, Cal., Feb. 25.--Charles H. Snow, blind writer of western fiction, is now writing his 99th novel and has already planned his 100th. His work is in such demand in England that one publishing firm there has contracted for all he can produce. Connellsville Fruit Mki 136 North Pittsburg Street Wo Deliver! Phono 106 For Better Fruits and Vegetables Week-End Specials ..:- F R U I T S Golden Ripe Bananas : ....5 Ibs,. tiac Texas Seedless Grapei'mlts ,, ouch 5c Suukist Lemons - .._.doz. 10« California Oranges _ .-.- rtoz. 15c Large Florida Oranges doz. lOc U. S. No. 1 Rome Beauty Apples 10 ibs. 25c Baldwin or Staynitfii TVincsaps - 8 Ibs. 23c V E G E T A B L E S Solid Bed ttipe Tomatoes " Hlc Hi.; 3 Ibs. 25c Celery Hearts ._ - _. bunch JOc Uouiid Strlnpless Beans 2 lls. 25c Green Peas (full pods) :t lls. 2!)e X«w Cabbage, solid liends - Hi. 5r. Also: arushrootns. Broccoli, Pascal Celery, Emllvo, Urussel Sprouts, Green Peppers, Cucumbers and M n n j Others. SITK OTJK 1HSVTAY BEFOUli YOU 1JUYI . Wo Deliver! I'lione lUli. 81.59 WOMEN'S tf«1 «P 1 . !{··,,'. $1.49 and $1.09 Men's Shirts Save Saturday! What a value bargain these arc! Get all you needl Spring Coats and Suits ? Specially Priced--Save for Spring Fleece and tweed coats in topper, reefer and belted models. Suits are man tailored. Be wise--buy your Spring outfit now! FUR COATS NOW JUST SEE THEM! SAVE NOW! Dresses For Spring At Savings Enjoy the Dollars you Save! DRESSES .. SAT. SPECIAL... $2.77 DRESSES.. SAT. SPECIAL... $3.77 DRESSES .. SAT. SPECIAL... $5.77 A Bargain Day Feature Hoover Frocks 2 for $1.00 Gay printed percale, mornings! Fine Cor Cotton Dresses ITMIM 2 for $3.00 Including the famed "Sirnplici- p tv" Frock! Save! a.,:..'.. \3»ajj.i-rrr^ -v /·£'.*«.·:*$ I*' Just Look! SAVE! Girls' S1.9S Dresses (7 to ll yr.) ---------------------- SJ1.78 Girls' GOc Outing Pajamas (S to It yr.) ---------------- 50c Girls' ?1.7!) and $1.98 Sweaters (S to 16 yr.) -------------- 81.59 PEBBLE CREPE... 2 yds. $1.00 A 39 -inch acetate crepe for your Spring sewing. Navy, black, brown, aqua, green, peach, grey, blue. 15c Hope Bleached Muslin, yd. ........................ 1 lc Reg. $6.95 All Wool Single Blankets ...... $4.95 LOOKI-Reg. $1.98 to $2.95 Lovely Curtains Pure Silk Satin *2-9s r i i n c Value S L I P S $1.84 Just for Saturday __ Gloriously lace trimmed, V top, white and tearosc slips. 34 to -M. You're in luck--so buy now! ' . A stunning super power radio. Many important, new features give you amazing - world-wide performance. Greater clarity. Increased selectivity . .. Whnt value 1 $1 \* _ r H 1 ' Special Saturday at Styles include the swagger curtain illustrated, and the ruffled, and tailored styles. Cream, ecru and colors. Royal Wilton Rugs Regular $39 Those beautiful, deep pile Royal Wil- tons that are so lovely in any home. 9x12 size. Fringed ends. Persian patterns. 1/2 PRICE SALE Woodbary's Preparations 50c Woodbury's Shampoo .« ______________ 50c Woodbury's Almond Rose Lotion 50c Woodbury's After Shave Lotion lOc Woodbury's Facial Soap -- 4 for "BUY" THAT SUGGESTS "TRY n n d right, on lime for Spring Sewing! Connellsville NORGE Appliance Co. 401 W. Crawford Ave. I'hone 1501 Opp. West Side Motor Co. Open 9 A. M. to S P. M. * ROTARY ELECTRIC [K SEWING MACHINE You save $23.00 ... and this on a super-smooth "White Rotary! Featuring a lovely two-tone cabinet. Bich walnut. Try It now! REGULAR $97.50 VALUE With Old Machine $3 Down A few pennies a day. Sewing course included. Hand Blocked Table Cloths A Reul fl»1 OQ Value at «? 1 ·*'*' Lovely linen cloths with gay colored designs--now so popular in the most modern oj homes. You'll be delighted with their unusualncss! 52x52 size. Group oi Dainty Dimities, Batistes 3 yds.... 50c Sine Saturday!

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