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Bedford Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1939, Bedford, Pennsylvania News briefs Bedford Bedford county a Olin Semi weekly amp a Ivy g a Zette Estrait lashed 1805�?vol. 1.11, no. Is s. T. Byers of Harrisburg taxing officer will sit at the courthouse each Day this week from 9 until 4. And on saturday from 9 until 12. For the purpose of taking affidavits on personal property tax returns for the state and to assist persons making these returns. Tills is a tax on stocks securities Bonds. Etc., levied by the state. Miss Helen Sill has gone to new York for several Days on business. Tile Bedel d township budget has been drawn up by the supervisors and May be viewed at the office of attorney r. To. Lins a a Quot. By any interested citizens prior Wing Barber brings ase to adoption. Against William j. Nailer tomorrow wednesday. Gebru Localise of his diam i male Ary 8, Marks the birth of the ,. Boy scout movement saturday reason is disputed Marks the anniversary of the birth of Thomas a. Edison. Sunday is Lincoln a birthday. Don Williams popular general elect in dealer has just received a Carload of g. A refrigerators and other electrical a a a _ equipment for the Spring Trade dealing with an s All 1939 models. Right to dismiss one of his pm published every tuesday and Friday Bedford and Everett Bedford. Pati Esh a y. Ferri wry 7. I #19 first labor relations Board hearing Here Niagara Falls stilled by Winter Union activities brought into ase the first state labor relations braid hearing in Bedford a Carload of newsprint for the ploys was held at tile Bedford Gazette Plant arrived at the courthouse yesterday Rattrap freight Yards last week and was no considerable stated in the shop. Are you Reading the news attention throughout the Day the hearing was brought analysis published in the a ?.ut by the c a a. Zutte each tuesday it s fresh Fri Era a e21pis la a from the offices of the Western Imam j. Ujj a Ler a a jl�5 newspaper Union rushed to Bedford that he had been Bedford by greyhound so that missed tar Union activities. Gazette readers May have the my jft1tc n Rev ? latest nears. Another interesting dismissed Miller Early in Dot 7? feature is which re Bert because the Young Mac did places the puzzles in town mag not have the proper Barber s i in Cense from the state of Penn ame. On sunday. February 5, mrs Lillian e Booty or. And mrs. R. W Lins and son Richard. Mrs. Eugene Hardman and miss Dorothy mock attended the funeral of mrs. Lillian Cuppett Ambrose at ii win. A. Bedford feed co. Has secured and placed in service a _ a a. Large tractor taller truck com journeymen s Barbers Bina Tion to facilitate its hauling Hon a i jul Mon of feed to All Corners of the Sylvania. J. P. Hartington of the Johnstown offices of the state labor relations Board was the trial examiner. Miller was represented by attorney Conrad Checco of Pittsburgh. An attorney for the american federation of labor. Internal or Nagler was represented by fire destroys or Earlston Church loss is $10,000 Christ in of Greg Tindal edifice swept by flames saturday afternoon a Hight from flue. Is belief plans for services to be a a a a a jury men told not to report # �?�.�?�?. # jury men for grand and Petit service both criminal and civil. In the february term of court have been notified that their services will not be required. In notifying the sheriff to inform jurors that they Are excused judge m c fumes stated Quot it appearing to the court that a sufficient number of eases do not remain on the trial list for criminal courts at the february session to justify tire made ton by it attendance of Lino All jurors both grand and Petit Arf excused from service info Druary and the sheriff is instruct j to notify All grand and or tit jurors not to attend court and cases on trial list Arr Continua d until the next a Simian older of the court was issued with respect to civil cases and Hie jurors for court. criminal list t and a number or can be safely pc later dates. 0d Niagara a mar is stilled in the grip it Winter and make Rebekah Lodge enjoys Early As the Rush water of americans magnificent Falls Are cant i a Beautiful spectacle of ice and Snow. Fire completely destroyed the Earlston Christian Church it Everett Early saturday afternoon. Blaze gaining tremendous headway before it was discovered. Tile exact cause of the fire is undetermined it is thou by it had its origin either Fri in the Furnace or a defective Fine when the conflagration was Dis covered Only a Wisp of Moke was seeping of the building . Within a few minutes the Church was shrouded in a Cloud of smoke. Everett fir company answering the alarm a i Able to do Little except k in the names from endangering surrounding property. firemen h id two lines of Hose pouring water on the building and thus kept the flames from getting completely of control. Waler very Small civil matters i Poi Ted until Relief in fount hits View Peak 71 cases open cd in single week a 7 fib cases now recorded. Costing $1,991 state. With the growth of bust a a a pc Colvin Wright Ness in Many sections of Penn Miller was the first witness to Sylvania it was necessary to fake be Stond. He j plan shipments to other counties briefly As to his previous pm a in Large quantities. truck is Plo Yms it that or had a White tractor with Fruehauf barbering licenses in stir dinner held wednesday trailer in led and bordered in Toia and Maryland and had Blue Between to and 17 years expert a the old quilt of memories Quot acc in the Trade he was pm Wertll be Given again tuesday. Fob. Played in Clarksburg. W. A. To 7 at the lutheran Church at 8 and for several years in of clock admission 25 cents and Cumberland. ,. _ to cents. If you Haven to seen it. Told How he came to bed doubt miss it next week. Ord in june. 1938. And was pm toyed by or. Nagler july Ray town rises rapidly Friday evening at him incise restaurant in Everett rising water and lain which mire tic. Time to Send the Branch into flood again. True Blue sunday school played by or class of St. Pauls Union Church 52he stated under tin literal a in in Kun ii Edge not i heir on a 26. sup Mpr at la 113 Eross sex of Illier til present Quot there lamination that Nagler hired a Man in the Home a a comedy him rather than his seeking the in three acts at the sportsmen s from Nagler. Clubhouse. Imle town. Friday he Sald Rutte of pay a evening. Fob to 65% commission on his business there will be a Chicken Aud Ond that this salary averaged Waffle supper at 8t. Thomas 2j75 a we a. Catholic Church. Bedford on he recited that he told or. Wednesday. February 15. Felt in 5 Nagler upon taking the Job thai in in to 8 of clock. Everett he had no permit in Pennsylvania and later recited How the state inspector was brought to the shop by or. Nagler and How arrangements were made for him to secure a permit. Under Cross examination by attorney Wright it was Ai ought that Llu or urn it evening. After in Nim to Sigf in in tit Rehtus Rusit what hastily Derora color of Pink Mira. A j a Toast mini u a. Kin treated in h r Lilac in it month of t or tile Ping Ani no singing of tilt i Hgt the i lid or a Dultin r we it re d in r received a ref a Arron Gdul is the w Oti it d As Wains to Ream. I a he River i and 5 to taken Railroad the into my to Raisin what Miller anally applied for Compo a of m a squads travel to Hancock. Was a learners permit for is 8. Kins mid or Jan my rat a a la will be seeking their Lory of the season. An examination which was $5 or i. Tiow in n Miller explained that too Short or. Hint mrs. Howard h t Lurk _ from.,of Ihn iritis Spring spent the a time was allo Ltd or him study the latin phrases and other information required to pass the Barber s examination. Then of his Union affiliations. And described How help local unon 1309. Of the continued on Page 8 Everett defeats Broad top. 28-15 Var Welty Wihs Lith game or Seaton Birls Triumph 15-17 we a a and in Everett. Or. And or. Alton k Traecy. Of Linn Ingdon. Wore Wryk and r ii a Ekls at the Home of or. And or. Hurry Tsi Vena. Mikh Mary Jaue Liau Gardnor. Highway workers he went to a of Wells Tannery a a week meeting held in the Moose Hail i of Wucki of min. Fern Williams and addressed the Grotto he or. John Lhman of mount described How James e Seifert has ant spent the Areek and with came to the Barber shop tile his parents or. Und or. Uro Rue following Day and talked Union ii i he Man. Activities and seated that Thi the regular monthly meeting was evidently resented by Paul the Everett Hospital auxiliary trails of the shop. He stated will be held wednesday alter that Nagler warned him against noon. February 8. At 2 o clock in a the Hospital room. main feature will be a Linen All Linen and other contributions will be greatly appreciated. last quarterly conference for this fiscal year 111 be held on next sunday afternoon at 2 00 p. In. Under the direction of the District superintendent. I. George Henry Ketterer. Reports of the work of the Church will be presented and a Complete resume of to Tab churches program will be presented the Public is urged to attend More especially the officials who Are urged to be present. It will be of interest to his Many friends in this Community that or Ket Terer a former pastor of the Church will be the guest preacher at the morning War shop hour. Or. And mrs. B m Akers and family of Windber spent sunday at the Home of Hon. And mrs. A f foot or. Robert Ritchey of w ish in ton d c., spent the weekend at the Home of his parents. Or. And mrs. Ross Ritchey of West main Street. Or. And mrs. A f. Four jr., and son Jerry and mrs Phoebe Felton visited in Winchester. Va., on sunday. James Hughey of Washington. D. C., is visiting in Everett this week. Or. And mrs. Simon e Weaverling of Lancaster Are visiting at the Home of mrs. Ella blankly. Or. And mrs o. Were visitors in Saxton on sunday. a. Pro Kivit ii. Ii it. In. O. M j. Maut i m k Donald we Kant to mrs. Of w. Weight. In or. It lit hey. Or or. E. S King. To j0t> mrs John t. A no f i. i m v Hill it a turn Btu Iii a Miu Quot a or Wolfi la. A in Mel com it ii mix an no slut a continue de for a Ray town stage once subsided saturday morning liter a 18-hour period in which the River was Over its Banks at some Points the Hay town b Anch flooded its Banks Early Friday when two Days of drizzling i aha. Plus melting .�?~.now. Swelled the Frida afternoon with the Over the Stream bed. lose a foot Between 2 o clock by Nic Asuree linear the pen nay wan freight Yard. It a inches Over its ban Point. water receded during the night however when the weather turned much colder and the rain stopped 5-ome busies a places in Everett prepared for the possibility of a Floud by Clearing basements. Turnpike Heads # to meet tomorrow with local group Bedford countus through whose properties int bout ii Penn Quot dream Highway will Pav will be acc undid a hearing in thru offices of the Pennsylvania Turnpike commission at Harrisburg a need in a bosons lose two contests tuesday smothered by Somerset five while grapplers drop to slate College chalking up 16. Al Fiat High scorer for Tias Jairt of a disastrous evening in sports for Bedford High. by on eagers were completely a mothered at the hands of a from Strong Somerset five. 37 to 7 sat Eosin quiday night. Coach John Hubic Saeks so were held to two Field goals while can the Somerset count ians were a Andia Beetle became he bosons with 3 Points while the old standbys James and Henderson eked two each. rest of the team remained scoreless. Blessner. Somerset Center pared his team with la Points. other half of a dreary evening was the defeat of Tho Bison grapplers at the hands of stale College High on Tho local mat 26 a a to 9 j. Coach Francis Koontz madmen came very close to winning several bout going to extra periods with state gaining Only one fall. David ickers kept i undo be lied record intact by fighting to a draw with states Crabtree. George Keller was the Only Boxford Gladiator to Register a fall was pumped from Tho River. I a a increasing for the ninth when the or emf arrived Tho a a h u county hit a new Peak headway Little could Lone no the week Endl Tik january 28 to ave the building. flames my re a a was were a Toota through the roof a a a the sine anti the Isik smoke p Amit in county the Ere test from the building. Mid i dint use in tile year Ore red when 73 cult Loach the fire opened while Only 3 the fire company members were closed. Remained at the scene until Kite this represented a of 65 saturday afternoon when the cases in one week or a gain of Arf was Broo he under Ort Trot. To i per cent in the Relief Load shortly att7 Oclock saturday seventeen persons log to private evening however the Blaze Imo torment 47 were thrown broke again and the fire of w pay Job and there company we called . A other reasons for opening a nod via i Weitien Quot pendent Una. 3c a Cody 11. So a yeah stauffer Given v ear in prison for jail break second a Lapin of prisoner get lighter sentence after Ludo a hears his Story Friday youth sentenced to year in jail Roscoe d stauffer who was the companion of George Wentz in Bedford county s Jill break lat autumn was sentenced by judge Harry James Friday for his part in the escape. Stiffer was returned from Western Penitentiary where he civil is now serving a 6 to 12 year term on three charges to receive hts additional penalty. court made a Brief examination into the facts of the before sentencing s Buffer contradicting Wentz Story of a summer Long plot to saw the jail bars. S Aimer stated the it Wentz brought the saw Blade into his c la in his shoe the Day the escape was made he raid they had no assistants and that nothing had Ben done to the bars beforehand. court accepted this version. Stating that it believed stauffer was telling the truth about the affair and Tjit Wentz was the guiding spirit in the it was stated by the sheriff that stauffer had Many chances to make a break for Freedom that summer when he was employed Mound the jail Garden and that he never showed any inclination to Quot move off the reservation in View if these facts. Judge James told the prisoner the sentence was made lighter than the one handed to Wentz stauffer was sentenced to were spend an additional i to 2 year in order to prevent danger cases falling wills the Brick was pushed to and the Blaze extinguished. Only the Walls on the North Ide of the Church remain the yielding and most of its contents Are a Complete loss. Among the first to discover the fire was William Weaverling. Pendent on by who lives next door to the a assistance there were 37 applications for Relief in the week there Are now 706 rates Oil Relief. Representing 2 697 persons it a Cost of $3 991 90 so fat As the Gazette could Cli was the Peak for real Bedford county. number of p tie tin in pc cover. I Load in Rise Vin Church. He a vain attempt showed a not to extinguish the Blaze the tog the week flames had too much a a a Start. This increase j Rev. Robert m Kimball pastor use of &-751 eases a. To of the Church was at the scene come of opening 9.747 shortly after the fire broke 33.570 Perron St and and several men succeeded in 3.996 cases <13.192 person saving an Circle stove dishes on january 28 the a sons Deuce Gene in Sylvania 19 658 Dur a net cases Rolls and mix. Kiln to real estate transfers c a ii a i sax on i Birken twp a to l a a it it Oati Oti it twp i Walter b Druid Eurott i us ii or Hoof 6uhk�t-oa-Rk continued their triumphant March Friday night by Kink Iii proud top High he into it d Fiance the Maroon and Whit Birl won handily 35 to it und the boy Aller in anxious i fat hair. Rallied in the final two Quarter to emerge on top of u $8-16 acor to paced by Junior Perrin w to dropped in nine in it Ittis during the Turat half the Everett a rail. Just muting a to keep ahead in the first two Quarter. opening period found the Tea Tux battling nil and tuck with Broad tap hading a to. Everett managed to come Hack in the second Quarter to pile up a 16�?11 h Ore at half time. third Quarter a a Complete washout to far a Serin a concerned a Field a Al by Wilt Everett Ltd liter Ai tit Only score of the period Everett s attack clicked it a f. Clapper medically in tin fourth p Rind t a give the Mato m and White the game 18-15. James a Weaver to of Psi to it Vir lot i Boro Emma d kit ii to Pat it Al tract in Monro $3 1.26, drum r Al a1 Cove 8jm�rtntens a tract in East i Tov Iii in $125. So ionian j. Ritchey i k Mckinley to in Boro. A i of Russell j con ii non it t x to Howard k Limner it t a Tot in Hyndman b a re $375. Edgar To rec it .,11 by sheriff to Home owner lost o up lot in Londonderry twp Timmins this pita adm ii Ted Anim Sham. Alan , Foh. 2 for medical to it no it. Dis charged Fri. 6, Dispensa y Fred Sci let Bedford Eek 5 3 a to clips us d to close w und in left leg it with is Whit chopping Wood it his Home. Hurry in ohs Bellwood feb. 4 la rations of right tar. Or Ishii hums and a burst Slonim of right hand and lower Nim. Brava hums of face and Herd Betty Wolford Juniata la r halons Abote right Eye. Brush us of Rue Luck Montgomery Bellwood. Lacerations it forehead licensed to wed a i a a a a we in the tomorrow it wednesday mottling Over to at to of clock. To second the group will be composed in the 145 Pound Cia is mor parti Gurariy of in Rons whose Gart of Bedford wits forced to properties Ere located in the forfeit his bout to Johnson because of a nose injury received about Midway in the match the scoring follows 85 Pound class Gates of state College threw Fnu Pei in 6 50 95 Pound class d Eker. St Rte College won Over Alfin jokes by referee s decision. And Stiver Ware stored in basement of the building loss was set at $10,000. Partially covered by insurance. janitor it Hie Church Floyd Stockman had fired he Furnace in the Church saturday morning and had banked it at 12 30. Only about a half hour before the Blaze broke . He the ? scoring column Bowling a ref let 1 let there tweet a Gorman in 5 minutes and 0j a it it a in b. La build a8idc Hays Hill Clear Ridge a Dor and arrangement for the local per sons making the trip a being carried ahead by Jesse Felton of rays Hill. Hon. A f four a county a assemblyman has Ariand for in hearing to older that a the commission leaders a might explain form hand the manner in which damage settlements Are made. Tin Bedford county group will meet with or. Foor in the Penn ii a Fri hotel Harrisburg tomorrow morning at 9 30 a in and then go to the Turnpike offices i it a the hearing. Redford county it or meets at Hof m in wit it Mort than 35 attending the Bedford county bar a relation held a banquet and curd at the new Hoffman hotel thursday evening f briny 2. President of bin la Pennell pie ing. Churches of Everett were Quik to offer the use of their buildings to the Christian congregation and plans to continue ser vices will be mad of the Board of trustees and deacons of the Church this evening. Earlston Christian Church was built in 1908 gild since that time has undergone extensive. Improvements. With the Union 105 Pound Cia t an Kominz. Christian and co Grega Bedford won Over Bender of n0nal groups the Earlston week state College by referees Doris Church became a member of the to1 Everett larger Parish including 115 Pound Cia Ridenour churches it Clearville Black Stati College won Over Wilson. Valley and it Union Rev. Kim referee. Decision in extra per bul serves the churches ids. A a to pay a Fine of $30 and costs a Young lad named Barney he them a. 21. Wax brought into court charred with taking s3 j ii no a companion at traveller a rest and departing for Florida in december. He was picked up in Philadelphia upon his return North. It developed that it Tehran was an orphaned boy. Who has been travelling across the country has a record for Leo any of automobiles and received a sentence to prison in new York state pending further investigation using t he Young Man was sentenced to a year in the county Jab a $25 Fine and costs. Tile judge asked him How it came that a Young Man in his position should develop such a and tendency. Charles Wentz charged with non support of a Ehold. Was directed to pay costs of p Secu a Liture per person on Uon it and to pay to a Lla con continued unchanged Ner it child s Mother for the j ,. Use of the child. $2 25 a week. Tin unfavourable balance be Arthur Gubb charged with n Cam openings. And c go j suing bad checks a brought before the judge. It developed that Grubb a cattle dealer had bought a horse from Ralph Diehl paying him by checks on the Farmer state Bank of Woodbury where he had no account at ail officer Ruda of the state motor police told the court that Tubb had been picked up on a bad Check charge in Maryland. And that leniency had been shown and Grubb was Given a me thou photo 245,934 or 164 person the we for Grant 463 a t Crape exp the Rolls at $2 34 a a f state numbered represent tog 761 net expenditures no n Ted to $1,781. F $48,065. Thav rated with spa continued during the week a the largest single Factor in the tip Ward trend of state direct Relief accounting for 50 pet cent <2 884 cases Ai 9,950 persons cd the week s in at a a Ectlis Fri of. Th., net in state Relief since december 3. Factor amounted to 78,070 persons on due to nil 22,893 Case january 28 chances in priv ment and earnings a restly for a net Iller cases 7.475 persons during them ploy punted do f 2,097 Chance to make Good the Check reformed win first Grille of season 25 to 21 in weekly payments. He said that now. In the however. 125 state Pound College class Wain Zeidt of Over Clay Como Bedford referee s derision. 135 Pound class David Ickes. Bedford wrestled to a draw with Crabtree. State College in extra periods 145-lb class Johnson state College won from Morgart forfeit 155 Pound class Sproat. Stutt fire and is Ater damage Baker s Stork. Woodbury fire caused at the the lutheran of methodists took it on the Chin thursday night in the weekly Church league games the former losing to the reformed in the first game 25 to 21 and the latter so Dover what we believed to College won from Hershberger by the largest number at a bar by referee s decision banquet in recent years Atter the dinner tin lawyers and their wives and guests enjoyed Soo the ladles prizes were won by mrs i c Reixey mrs. John ii Jordan and mrs. Howard Cessna while for the men Charles e. Koontz John Jordan and Hubert Madore received the Onuis Hie aed events is Pound Cia. George Keller. Bedford threw Poorman. Of state College in Sio Quot. Undetermined origin damage totalling $5 000 dropping to the undefeated Ca q Baker St re in theolic five. 30 to 23 by defeating the lutherans the rejuvenated reformed aggregation moved of the no win column to tie the methodists for last place. Won one game Hunsucker. Reformed Forward i q Baker i by Woodbury Early Friday morning smoke was first observed issuing from the building by a neighbor across the Street and he at once turned an Alai in at 2 10 Oclock in the morning. Martinsburg firemen responded their pumper did effective again Aud furthermore had issued a similar Check to Martinsburg recently. Grubb was sentenced to pay the costs restore to Ralph Diehl 12185 and was committed to Bedford county jail for 6 months to be paroled upon payment of above stated amount he was likewise fined $25. This amount to be payable later through the probation officer Quot we intend to cooperate in breaking up this bad Check stated judge James in sternly admonishing the often Der. Case of Raymond Cigar Ach having charged with Oei rating a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor was held 13 twi lit Over half of the heavyweight class Musser of work. Pumping water from teams total score shinier was state College won from Bill Kel the darn of the Woodbury milling hich scorer for the lutherans Ier by referees decision referee a ii Shaffer final scores state College 26. Bedford 9�2 peace officers a to meet to stage a old quilt of memories again the old quilt of memories Law Rem v Ruby of pc Sylvia i Corbin of six mile i and Bun. Or. And mrs Adam Croyle of the Bedford county con Everett rid arc the parents stables and peace officer s Asor a baby girl. Janet Elizabeth Noci Facion will meet in the court born on january 29. 1939. House it Bedford thursday the building and the Stock b in a baby by to or and february 9, at 7.30 p in. All general merchandise. I s. Fred i a. Of Everett he members Are urged to be pres the loss is partly covered i on january 3fcl 1939. Ent. Insurance. . Roaring Spring firemen also with 7 Points responded to the Call. the the methodists gave the cat lift re was under control when they Olics a scare in the second game arrived. By scaling 17 Points in the last will be presented again tonight the tire was confined to tile half and pulling to within 7 at eight of clock at the lutheran partitions Aid owing to in get Points of the Pace setting Irish Church. Smoke firemen had some Dilfia worn or led the methodists with if you did no to see it last tucs Zulty reaching the origin of the to markers while Drac a pulled Day. Dont miss seeing prof. Fire Large quantities of water Down to Points for the catholics. Hinkle eat cake and hearing the c d sprout refereed both in old Village choir tonight counters the orchestra composed of tins week the lutherans will Well known musicians add much meet the catholics in the first to the Success of the program. Game at 7 30 and the reformed the admission is 25 cents and will play Hie methodists. To cents. Were in mired causing considerable damage to the Interior of of by

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