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March 2, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

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PAGE TEN. THE DAJUV COURIER, CONNELbSViLLE, tA. WEDNESDAY, AIARCH 2, JL93S. s. Two County Judges Get Large Pension; Made Only Small Payment to Fund To Be Continued Through \Veek HARitiSBURG, Mar. . 2.--Two A A I I I D I i n D i=i/!\/^ I more Western Pennsylvania judges / V \ l l l INUM I X t J V l Y C J I have taken advantage of .the/State's offer of. "bargain pensions" .by mak- : Ing contributions to the Stale Em- ployes* Iletiremcnt Fund shortly before leaving office. They are Thomas H. Hudson,; former presiding judge of the Fayctte County/Common Pleas Court, and John W. Dawson, former Fayctte County Orphans Court-judge. Judge Hudson retircd-from the bench after one full term. Judge Dawson was defeated for reelection last year. · Judge Hudson, 64 years old, joined the Retirement Fund two months before he left the bench and paid into the fund a total of $203.60 out of his salary for last November and December. He is now receiving a pension of $207.51 per month, for life.. Judge Dawson, aged 71i paid $101.80 into the fund! joining'in December. He receives a pension ol $190.30 per month. Judge Dawson served on the bench for 11 years; six months; Judge Hudson for 12 years, one month. Both of'the Fayette judges came under a provision of the retirement law under which any judge in service oh the-second Monday -of January, 1030,- can become original members of the Employes' -Retirement Fund provided they join the fund before the end of the term they then were serving. The fund is operated on actuarial principles, with the State paying the amount necessary to make up the pensions paid to retired or dismissed State emplojcs. For the current bierinium, the appropriation of State funds totals"$1,500,000. "\ Judge"Hudson's contribution to" the Pension- Fund-, of · $203i60 · was · sufficient, at his .age; lo provide a. pension of $1.59 monthly, according to Retirement Fund calculations. The /State pays the additional $205.92 needed'to'make · up'" the $2077.51 monthly. . Judge DawsbnV'conlributiori "of $101:80 'pfoviaecTfor* $i:or"~6f "the $190.30 monthly" being paid him. The State makes up the" $189.29 needed to-provide the full pension. Parents Should Spank Daubers When They Do No! Behave, Mother Says SIOUX CITY, Iowa, Mar. 2.--"All parents should spank daughters when they don't behave." So declared Mrs. Rita Rac of Sioux City, president of the Wives of Spanking Husbands Club, in announcing formation of a junior auxiliary, "Daughters of Sppnking Parents." Girls between 11 and 17 years of age are eligible to join, according'to Mrs. Rae. "Some givls won't admit it, but they Know really that it is better to get spanked, than to get scolded and nagged," Mrs. Rae said. "Spanking creates a belter understanding between daughters' and parents." The Wives of Spanking Husbands Club is a nationally recognized or- g?nization boasting 59 chapters. Us slogan is: "Spare the hairbrush and spoil the wife." "Our husbands don't beat us," Mr: Rae explained. "They just turn ui pver their knees and give us a good sound spanking once in a while. "Spanking makes home iife happy, and It saves lots of homes from divorce courts. It also makes woman feel as though her husbanc really cares for her and creates, .a much better understanding between man and wife." MILL. RUN, Mar. 1.--Revival services at the Baptist Church will continue through this week. There has been a large attendance each night. As a special feature'the men's quartet has sung each evening. Rev. F; S. Wortman is in charge. Card Club Entertained. Miss Zona Robinson entertained the Card Club Wednesday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs. Milt Stickel and Miss Delia Henry- A lunch was served by the hostess. Personals. Victor Rowan, employed at Johns- own, visited his parents, Mr." and Vlrs. George Rowan, Monday and 'uesday. Mrs. Charles DaM and Mrs. Evelyn Abbey were shoppers in Connellsville Tuesday. Eugene Frankhouser visited his ivifc, a patient at the Connellsville State Hospital, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Tissue" were business callers In Pittsburgh Saturday. . v . Mrs. Smith Prinkcy and Mrs. Waler Laughrey attended the funeral services of Mrs. Ella Miller at Indian Head. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Morris o: Evcrson visited friends here Wednesday. Rev. Morris was a'former-'pas- or of the local United Brethren Church. R. W. Prinkey, who is employe* at Torrance, visited:his parents, -Mr and Mrs. Reed Prinkey, Wednesday Mrs. George" Rowan, son Victor and daughter, Mrs. Ralph .Tissue were shoppers in Connellsville Tuesday. . - · Mr. and Mrs. Frank" Livingston ;o Uniontown .visited over thc-wcek-cm ivith the ,latter!s-parents, Mr^.artd Mrs. Charles Marietta.. .. - - : Mrs, Roy Friend and-daughters Vergna and Lorrcne, of Bear Rin visited the:formeri parents, Mr. ani Mrs. Frank.Krcpps. M. J; Stickcl;of_Connellsville spcn the week-end with his parents. Mr and Mrs. Milt Stickel. .:. Mr. and "Mrs. Jacob Stult of Bear Run visited Mrs. Alice Hawk Sunday Miss. Agnes .Keener,, a..teacher in the local schools, spent the week-en at her home at Carmichacls. Miss Emma Lou Firestone of Bea Run visited her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. Wilmcr Burkholder, Friday and Saturday. · Dave Marietta, employed at Johns town, spent the week-end at hi home here. Miss Zona Robinson, a teacher ii the local schools, visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson, o Uniontown over the week-end. Joseph Gibson of Holsople spen the week-end at-his home here. Meyersdale " MEYERSDALE, Mar. 2.--William Carter, 76, died Saturday evening at 10:25 o'clock at the home of his son George Carter-in Garrett, where he had resided since the death of his wife last Christmas. For 47 years tlie Carters were residents of Meyersdale. For seven years he was street commissioner, but had to give up the work on account of failing health. - Ho is survived "by three sons and "one daughter as follows Thomas" of Akron, Ohio, George of Garrett and Walter of Johnstown and Mrs. -Hannah -Burcigh of -Johnstown, together with seven grandchildren. The funeral service was held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Carter home in Garrett with Rev. E. V. May of Somerset, former pastor of the Mcyersdale Mcthodis Episcopal Church, ol which Mr Carter was a member, officiating assisted by Rev. "Charles Howe o Garrctt. Interment" was in the Union Cemetery here. " ' . Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahl and little daughter of Windber spent the week-end with relatives. ^ Mrs. Margaret Friel of Pittsburgh is spending a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Harry Walsh. Mrs. Jacob Hartline of Jerome returned home Sunday after a vlsl' with her sister, Mrs. A. K. Hartle. . Mrs. I.' Bradburn* ' and Mrs Charles" Dahl were called to Lona- cohihg Sunday by the serious illness of their mother,- Mrs. Hanna Plaskett, who died before they rived.. Miss Marie Sanders, R. N., has returned from a few days' visit with friends in Pittsburgh. Paul Frnmm returned Sunday from Bellefonte, where he had beci for several days. BROWNSVILLE MAN SENTENCED TO JAIL FOR SIX MONTHS PITTSBURGH, Mar. 2.--Robert J Evans of Brownsville, who tried t get police to believe he was wanle in Texas for a double murder com "mitted during a holdup, was give six months.to a year in jail by Judg S. H..Gardner in criminal court. Evans pleaded guilty to forgin two. checks of .a McKccsport auto mobile dealer last summer .and Jail obtaining $50. Confluence' CONFLUENCE, Mar/ 2.--Mis Myrth Hopwood. of Hooversvlll visited her parents, Dr. and" Mrs. G B. Hopwood here over the week-end · The Ladles Aid Society of the E. Church will meet at the home o Mrs. C. N. Flanigan Thursday nigh Evangelistic meetings continue the Jersey Baptist Church. Rev. N. E. Shlndlcr, pastor of the Baptist Church here, Is In charge. Mrs. P. S. Gerhard, who was confined to her bed for several weeks on account of a heart condition is now able to be down stairs: Misses Ruth and Louise Burn- FATHER PLEADS FOR HIS RETURN Pettr I«vln8 While his father, Murray L«vine, New York lawyer, plead: over the radio, efforts are being made to find Peter Levlne, 12, kidnaped near his New Rochelle, N. Y., home and held lor $60,000 ransom. --Ctntral Prcet Boy Scout Rescues Hound Tied fo Tree in-Woods; Left There by Owner to Starve News of Tri-Town Community Special to Tilt Courier, DAWSON, Mar. 2,--The Women's Foreign Missionary Society of the Philip G. Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church met in the social auditorium with 33 members and guests present. After the business session the following "program was presented: An article from the "Friend," by Mrs. R. K. Smith; chapter of the study book by Mrs. II. N. Cameron, nnd a play, "An Evening Well Spent." The characters in the play were Mrs. Newlin by Mrs. H. T. Dud, Mrs. Duncan by Mrs. Delaine Newell, Mrs. Scott by Mrs. Raymond · Haas, Mrs. Fcnton by Mrs. Wilbur Orbin, Mrs. Brown by Mrs. George ShallenbergcT, Miss Best by Mrs. Henry Herbert, and Mrs. Floyd by Miss Vivian Yvonne Collins. The entertainment committee consisted o£ Mrs. II. N. Cameron, Mrs. A. C. Brown, Mrs. Harry Set'feH, Mrs. Barbara Cunningham and Miss Minnie Snyder. George Kuhn and -son, George, of Masontown were visiting with Miss Nell Kuhn Friday. Mrs. Hurry Davis of Detroit is spending a couple of weeks with her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Hair of Dickurson Run. ' Mr. and Mrs. S. J. I. Mornirigstur, Miss Gertrude Cottom, Miss Henrietta Downing, Mr. and Mrs. Ken H. Collins and daughter, Vivinn Yvonne were in Uniontown Saturday. Mrs. S. E. Porter of V.-mderbilt is slowly improving from a recent illness. . . . ; ' Mr. and. Mrs; Othmar Haas of Railroad'street were business callers in Pittsburgh Monday. Mrs. Godfrey Haas of Leisenring wns a business visitor Monday. Mr. and : Mrs. J. D. Dodson and children of Gre'ensburg were visiting with Mrs. Dodspn'3 aunt,- Mrs. S. E. Porter of Vanderbilt Monday evening. . · : .. worth, employed in Cumberland, visited their parents over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. May were .visitors with friends in Kingwood Saturday evening. SALLY'S SALLIES Hurst .Dribblers .Beaten. Hurst was whipped, "43 to 25, by St. Vincent -Preps Jn a floor tussle that found the winners outscoring the Scarlet Hurricane, 19 to 9. from fee fidd. PITTSBURGH, Mnr. 2.--"Teddy" Isn't his real name, but that's what they call him: at the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society headquarters in Blgclow boulevard, and" he's as good a hound' dog as ever treed a coon. And the man who was his master until the Humane Society, stepped in, Royal Heasley, of Manor, a 31-year- old handle factory worker, is scheduled to appear before a justice of the peace tonight to face cruelty charges. "I couldn't give him away, I couldn't sell him, I don't have the heart to shoot him or have him shot, and 1 still wanted to get rid of him," Royal Heasley explained to a society agent. So he took Teddy into the Westmoreland county woods about a mile from his home, according to the agent's story, and there he twice chained the dog to a tree in attempts to starve him to death. Teddy spent a total of two days and three nights without shelter, held prisoner by a heavy chain and pelted by sleet and cold rains. It was a Boy Scout of Westmoreland City, adjacent to" Manor, who eventually saved Teddy's life and who was indirectly responsible for nn information being filed against Heasley. The dog, a sturdy "red bone" foxhound, was first taken to the secluded woodland on February 17. The next day a Westmoreland City resident happened to be wandering through the hills and noticed. the chained animal. Unable to loosen the bonds, the man rctunrcd home and told about what he had seen to a neighbor. The next day, the two men, with the nciyhbor's son, a IS-rycar-old Boy Scout, returned to the spot and set Teddy free. Apparently the dog went back to Heasley, and the latter, the agent says, was seen walking toward the woods again with Teddy that afternoon. Somehow this story was heard by the Scout, whose identity was not revealed. That night the boy was unable to sleep. He worried about the dog so much that at 3 o'clock in the morning he went into his mother's room to ask 1£ it wasn't almost time to get up. When dawn came, the boy began his search. But Teddy had been chained in another place, and the hunt was unsuccessful. Setting out for the woods in the afternoon, with his father, the boy finally came upon the half-frozen hound, almost hidden from view in a deep gully. Teddy was taken back to Westmoreland. City, fed and given a good kennel with plenty o£ straw. There he stayed until an agent brought him to Pittsburgh. During the middle ot lost week the Scout told the whole story to Justice of the Peace V. J. Holdcn of Manor, before whom Heasley must appear. Holden relayed the story to the Hu- .manc .Society. . - , . Heasley signed over to the humane organization complete authority, to dispose of Teddy as it sees fit; nnd Chief Agent Edwin M. Smith announced that the brown, black and white hound--male, incidentally-will be given to anyone who will promise to give It a good home. When a girl wears a daring costume it's daring some one to Meaner. LEPERS PLACED AT FIVE MILLIONS TORONTO, Mar. 2.--Although the number of cures is Increasing, there are still 5,000,000 lepers in the world, Emery Ross, general secretary of the American Mission to Depers, told the African committee of the foreign mission conference here. Takes New Position. ' PITTSBURGH, Mar. 2.--James Cavem Foster, general manager of sales for Jones Laughlin Steel Corporation, today resigned to assume presidency of Northwestern Barb Wire Company ol Sterling, 111. ) It's Thrifty to Shop Thursday at Troutman's An especially. Lucky Purchase of usually higher priced FUR COATS Now at Greatly Reduced Prices Formerly $69 and $79 Formerly to $139 Formerly to $195 Good news for you women who have been wanting a Fur Coat all season! We expect these to sell fast, so-you had best be here tomorrow at.9. " Sealines, Nurod Seals, KIdskin, Pony and Mugkrat.- a Ills' C U R T A I N SALE Actual Values to $1.00 pr. NOW JUST pr. 2 prs... $1.00 -Ruffled --Cottage --Tailored --Cream, Ecru or Colored Dots and Figures By all means get several pair and give your home a new pleasant atmosphere! And if you're really wise you'll select enough for a complete window change throughout your. home. BE SUHE TO SHOP THURSDAY IN OUR CURTAIN PEPT.! · "MARCH HOUSEWARE SALE Decorative 3Ictu] Waste Baskets SOc Hostess Slierljefs $1.00 Set of 6 Crystal Tumblers 75c doz. Modernistic Chrome Stool A gleaming ultramodern stool for kitchen or bathroom. Round legs. Choice of red, black, green or ivory enamel seat. $100 Oakbrook Chiffons In a Spring Sale for the first time at PR. New Spring Shades! Yes, our lovely 3-Uiread Oiik- brook ChiTon. Hose that is so popular at its regular $1.00 price is now on sale at a saving of 15c on every pair. In the new iridescent Roseberry shade, also Thistle, Blush Tan, Townwear and Dusky. 8y 2 to I0y 2 sizes. Cellophane Wrapped. WW57JP3?' ^A sfcJsai' f'\ Special Purchase Spring Handbags $1.59 S1.9S Values, N ow only SMuy patent and caH leathers iu navy, tau, bluek, green, red. Most strikingly styled in models for every'Spring ouXftV. Profit by these Suburban Day S P E C I A L S 3Usses' aiid "Women's Crepe - d»O AA Presses - tptj.xFU Prints and solid colors. Spe- 'cial! Special Values In. 1 Sin-ins QA CA Dresses «P4r.0* Misses and women--save for Spring. 20c Print O Aprons ._ t* Notions Dcpt. Gay. and trcsh. '" 50C iy. and 79c S9c "VVaslluhle Crepe, yd S h a d e s for Spring Dresses and Lingerie. 50c Spic-'n- Spun, yd. \Vjnc, brown, green, navy, $1.00 "Woman's Slippers ...' Crepe, velvet, satin.boudoir styles. $3.95 "Women's Ina Shoes ..,,,.-Bla-Jk and brown winter styles. ' 37c navy, 77c boudoir $2.47 winter 49c r9c "Women's Slips Of good wearing rayon taffeta. With double stitched scams. 34 to 44. Women's Rayon Undies, special -- Blooir:crs and vests. 35c 94c Sprlnjr'Cotton Dresses, Thursday Including Fruit-of-tho-Loom and Flower-of-the-Mill styles. 14 to 52. Clearance to $5.95 i and Flannel Koljes .. 58c Women's Sllpon Bengalinc Gloves .,, A spring fabric. Navy, grey, brown, black, London Tan. $-.'.»S nud $3.!)S Twin Sweater djl Sets ..... _ ......... ,, ..... ,, «! 1 . Various styles and color;i. 34 to 40. SOc "Women's Luco Pique Collars ._. 39c 59c Girls' Dresses 7 to 14 sizes. Print percale*. Crib Bliinkets . !!0e Infants' Outing Gowns, Slips nnd Kimonos, ea. _______ 3-yenr wearing Pillow A for Cases ...... 4 Sew Barred Pastel Cannon C for Toivcls ..... 20x40 turkish towels to red; green, gold, blue. $1.00 Jiew Poplar Mattress A J _ Covers, .special ____ I/TtC Tape bound scams; all sizes. $:!.o(» Cu'ndlcwlck Chenille Bedspreads ..... 21c ·-!(c Linen Tea Towclln?, yd. 5S.\7S .Knyoit Table Clotlis 5 PC. Linen . CQ_ ' Bedroom Set .._ ..... . O«/C 2 scarfs and 3 pc. vanity sot; lace trimmed. 89e Chintz Q for J1 Sofa Pillows O $ 1 arch's S1.40 and $1.69 Dress ShirtsTM... ..... Whites and fancies. Save. Men's $1.00 and $1.15 CnSon · 77 Suits ..... _ ................. ... I I C Winter Knits. Slightl/ soiled. o"c Shorts ........... Q ior (I»i J «J 1

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