The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 14, 1930 · Page 13
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March 14, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

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J FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1930. DAILY COtTKIKR, CONNISIJL.S'VTL M, PA. PAGE JEALOUS YOUTH STABSH1S RIVAL Schoolboy Attacks Alleged · Slayer in Row Over Love of Girl. Ban Francisco --Driven Into a frensy by Jealous}, Gordon Pressey, seventeen, Oalileo high school sophomore, recently stabbed Lawrence TuHoch, ,^ young radio prosram timer and alleged slayer of Mrs. Gertrude Hawkins kevine on November 21 last Dorothy Smith, an actress, vsas the other flfjuro In the love row. The stubbing, which occurred in the cottago of Albort M. Cauldvrell, an architect, brought to a climax one of those gay, mad parties favored by those who follow fortune's flickering light along the byways of Bohemia. f ,, Tullochr was stabbed In the back and both forearms. I'reeaey was arrested and charged with assault with intent to commit murder. Girl and Hoet Jailed. The Smith girl and Cauldwell were lodged In the city prison charged with contributing to the delinauency of a minor. According to the- police, they were notified by Dr. Ni Ison J. Howard of Stanford hospital that ho had Just trente'l a man named "La-vvronce Page" for knife wounds In the back. The police found Tulloch in bed, Prebsej, the Smith girl, and Cauldwell all conso'lng him Prissey admitted he had stabbed Tulloch because he was jealous and hud been drinking, police said According to, the police, Presst v has had a youthful "crush" on Dorothy for about a year and a half. For several weeks past the boy has boen living with Cauldwell, whom he called his "guardian " After Tul- loeb was freed on $1,000 ball on the mausl uighter chiugo in December he, too, became part of CauldweH'B menace. Whon the party was at Its height TuHoch, according to Tressey s story to the police, picked up Dorothy and V carried her upstairs, saying he was going to put her to bpd "to sleep It off." Pressey, grabbin? up a butcher knife /from the kitchen table, followed. He found Tut och beside the girl aqd, without waiting for an explanation, he told ofllcers, lunged at x Tulloch's back. During the flght that followed, In which Tulloch tried to take the knife away from the youth, uuperflcial cuts , were Inflicted on his hands and foiy- - arms, be said. Will Not Pro»«cute. "I did not know 1 was stabbed un- tn afterwards," Tulloch «ald. "And I'm not hurt, only tire«l a bit. Positively, I will not prosecute Gordon." Tulloch's story of the events leading to the stabbing differed from the report Pressey made to the police. "About 11 o'clock," Tulloch said, "Dorothy cnme here. We could see ·he had been drinking and so told her to lie dwn on the couch and take a nap. She did to, but after a couplo of hours she woke Tip and started upstairs. I followpfl her, asking what she wanted. She ;atd she felt 111 and was looking iv the bath' room. I pointed It out to liar and remained standing at the top cf the atalra and before I knew what It was all about he made a dive at me. It wa» all 10 allly and uncalled for." In the matron'* room at the prison Dorothy Bald she was asleep when It all happened. TuUoch Is at liberty on a man- -daaghter charge. Mrs. LevJne, pretty blond stenographer, was shot In Tulloch's TelegrafJb HUl cottage In November. Tulloch told police, at that time that they had been discussing firearms and that he said his friend, ·William Whittle, who lived with him, Bad a .88 caliber revolver. He said he went to the bedroom and got It to ·bow Mrs. Levin a, who was lying on the davenport As she reached for the gun there was a report and a flash ""of flame, Tulloch said, and Mrs. Le- rlne was fatally Injured. Man 100 Yean old Hit by Truck Isn't Hurt New York, -- Francisco Bogglamo celebrated his one hundredth birthday last September. Recently he was strolling along thlnkln-j about whatever centenarians do think about, when a hugs truck knocked him down. Bystanders t).ought Boggiumo was dead, but the one humtred-year-old walker Just bopped to his feet and started in doing setting up exercises to show police that everything wni Jake. tttVMM^ Negro Chemist Gets Milk From Peanuts Tuskegee. Aln.--Dr. George Washington Carver, professor of chemistry at Tuskegee Institute, claims he hns derived more than 100 useful product?! from the sweet potato, IBS from the peanut and 800 diffeient paints from clay In this ana. Krom sweet potatoes, ho says he took robber, shoo polish, powder, and milk, and from the pea- nnt, fatter'ng oil, bleaching warn, coiTue nml rnllk topped with cream. He recently received the Spin- gar d award presented ea£h year to the negro achieving the highest distinction in the arts or sciences. ^""^w^~ A W nJ.M^*U.. 4-. Start thorough bovrel act on and rid yen* a-n'etr. of poixinou* wajitu aa toon os you I,?,cn tho ftrst man of a raid. Just Uk« NATiniE'8 REIIEDY-Ki Tablet.-aoi b« SIUM of prompt. ea»y a ad pleayant t«- ·ul'«. I* l» WDM thoroujf's in actionsnii Ifi tatter than ordinary ln.cativc*. Try IU . -^y ejfefa j,j c Laxative Make (ha test ton JLibttty's Jiome SMs jfuneral Cfwpel .The funeral cortege with the body of our late Presldnt, WMiam Howard Taft, borne iuxm a gur o-ar- rlago, filed in state past t ie White Hous«, wher« tho Presidential Catilnet nwaitrl in solemn homa«e th-on slowly wended the raiu swept streets to the nation's Cajiitol, wtoor* it lay In state from ten o'clock to noon during which tim« notables from very walk in life paid homage to the one man who had been President and Chief Justice of tie Supreme Court during his very eventful political! lite. Sunday Observance In Land of Soviets Sunday Is the day to se Russian peasants, for that ie alwaja the big day in every village The church is usuallj empty and always n bad repair, but there are mass-me 'tings, debates, lectures, games, da QCI s, 'Song- fefcts," drinking bouts, first flghta, in all of -which any stranger or chance vieltor is welcome to participate. Doors are nowhere and never shut, for nothing is private in a Russian village. On Sunday are exhibits of farm ma- chineiy that aro being introduced into the remote peaces or the Interior, hut while the older people 5i«cuaa the problems of new Russia, tho yount; men and girls danco toRotliei all afternoon and all evening. Farmers Find Use For Old Auto Oil Oil drained from the crank cane of automobiles, the disposal of which haa been a problem, is now eerving a useful agricultural purpose. Thle has come about by demand for used oil 4n burning stumps blown f i o m farmers' fields with dynamite County agrlcut- tural agents and professional blasters, ae well as farmers tbcniBelvefl, secure the old lubricating oil fnitn nearby garages and service stations and ueo it to saturate* plies of sturnp« before touching a matc.h to the heaps Mostly, garage owners are glad to have the diaca-rdjel oil carted away without expense, while the giving- of tho oil to farmers who nerd it ha) been found to help hi creating good-will. Use our "want" adverttsemoaat. PURITAN $ different The "Controlled -Temperature Process" insures uniformity Give two housewives the aamo material and ask them to bake bread. · One wiH produce a masterpiece--the other * kunp of hardtack--oat of die same flour. The difference is in the skill- Other manufacturers can buy the same barley and hop* we use in Puritan. But--*we insure quality manufacture by the "CON- TROLLED-TEMPERATURK I^OCESS." The heat is watched during the malt making--not "just now and then" but every second--erery minute--every hour of the twenty-four. / t The uniformity of quality find results is one of Puritan'* points of difference. --Chances are you'll find a tenth more t* the Puritan can than you've been getting. --ask your dealer for Puritan. He has it; Del Monte Sale at, all A * P Stores Week of March 19 to 15 All this veefc A 8L P stores arc featuring a large variety of Del Monte Foods at substantial savings. Del Monte products need no introduction to American housewives, because they are nationally famous for their delicious flavor and consistently high quality. A 8C P urges t hat you take advantage of these money saving values by replenishing your pantry at this time. Dei Monte Products Lenteo Items At thtf seaion of the y««)r, the housewife ii interested in pUn- ning her meal* with m meat «ub- stitute. Tli 2 Mowing foodi arc offered at suggestion*. Fat, New Shore Mackerel tack lOc i ' Gorton'* Codfish Brick n 27c Argo or Sultana Red Salmon £» 27e Imported-- In Olive Oil Sardines 2 can* 25c Gorton'* Codfish 13C Solid Pack Tuna Fish y z »«m 19c Palm Brand -- W*t Patk Shrimp 2c«n.29c Holland Herring Tatty ^,f 98c ,New Pack Lake Herring t?l 19 EntiM Kipper Snacks can 7c Vlviano'a Macaroni » lOc Apricots No. 2fa can Doaen can* 3.24 Fruit Salad 2 v ,:,. r I.V Doten can* 2.7O Cherries Royal Anne Dosgn cam Raspberries Pineapple Grated i Cars Luzdona Halves Peaches Apricots Doxcn can* «I.18 No. 2 t-an Halve* in Thick Syrup Do.ion cant 2.3* 25c 25c N c°an*2lC 2 ±j? 39c Tomatoes 3^? Do fen can* 1.4D Spinach Asparagus Tips Doxen can* it.lO Sr/uaro can* Doaen caru 3.481 lender Garden Sweet N ° a * 17c Country Gentleman N ^ 14«? Asparagus Tips 2 ,£ cc tU 33c Done it cans 1.98 Granulated Sugar Pure 25-16 I 35 Cane tack J- No. 1 Grade Scratch Feed J ^ 2 39 Hand Picked Michigan Navy Pea Beans 3 «« 25* California Lima Beans »15* Fancy Wisconsin , Cheese S »29* ToSet Tissue 4 Firm, Yellow Ripe Bananas 4 »· 25 C Fancy E iting Apples SSS, 3"»25 C Fresh C ilifornia Rhuljarb «» I5 Crisp Florida Celery Hearts «* 10 C From Southern California Tomatoes Maine Green Mountain Potatoes » 21 49 In Our MEAT Department Standing Itab Roast of Beef Milk Fed Breast of Veal Loin or Rib Veal Chops ALL STEAKS t Lean, Tender Veal Shoulder Loented at 324 N. Pittsburg St. For Stuffing Tendei «-35 c Ib. 39c H-asi ATLANTIC PACIFIC POPLAR GROVE HOME SITES are, the finest in tlie city--a moat desirable location for that NEW HOME you'r« planning to build. 9110 UP TO $1,000 Fine Vlnarter Acre BnildJng LotB--O'.ty water; schools and church nearby--can to purchased for as low u $110. for full particulars write C. B. McOonnick. CoanelUifiUm

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