Charleroi Mail in Charleroi, Pennsylvania 10 Aug 1955
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Charleroi Mail, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Charleroi, PennsylvaniaGood evening there is one that a of Are Beosi to do and cannot do anything to older. The Charleroi aexj8hed Juke the weather partly Cloudy and warm with a few scattered or thunderstorms tonight. Low 62-76. Thursday volume 56 was Katoh August 1955 Council pays in Loans if Hurricane poised 225 Miles off East coast striking Point of bad blow unknown movement of storm slowed As coast Waits Cape Hatteras n. C. Aug. 10 Hurricane Connie ground to a. Near halt 225 Miles at sea today and spun around in a giant Circle of 125-Miie-an-hour the slow Down gave coastal residents time to flee Inland and roads were jammed with vehicles it was still Uncertain just where the mighty somewhat diminished in Power but still a Wou d smack against the u. S. Mainland. Is just spinning around now but our present forecast is that she will head toward Carol Ina when she begins moving Miami chief forecaster Gordon Dunn said. Are just it out Dunn said Connie s approximate almost exactly those of her 1954 sister. Carol. Carol came to rest in almost the same area for two or three Days last then took off on a North Northeast brushed by Cape Hatteras and hit new England aug. 31 with a punch that killed 66 and caused 500-Miilibn dollars damage. Orderly evacuation started a huge area from South Caro line to new England was alerted for the oncoming storm. Evacuation was started on an. Orderly basis. At n. The weather Bureau reported off Shore winds had reached steady 45-50 Miles per hour velocity at p. M. Highest winds were _ 135 moves at p. M. Show later band parades tomorrow in new uniforms Here so he took the new aug. Basia with those a Little Itali an Cobbler from the Gino rang Down the curtain and retired Richer today. They making his fourth appearance on lbs to s 000 had captured the fancy of much of the nation by through a. Series of questions in the category the 53-year-old Shoemaker had Pyra Mided his winnings to by doing so. Tuesday Prato had the Opportunity of doubling his stake by tackling another question. He decided to Bow out. Father in Italy sent a a. Prato explained. Fermat Dove to Iroll e Basta that Stop where Ever you Are. That s enough i take my daddy s vice when i was a Small i take it Prato was presented with his Check for and kissed it amidst heavy applause from the studio audience. He said he would use some of the Money to visit his 92-year-old father lives in St tale i a Small Village Ajax Genoa. He said he seen his father since he left 33 years ago. Will also buy my father a Good hearing said the Smil ing Prato after the broadcast. Is Stone for the first time in four outfitted in new red White afterwards they will Reform at the Charleroi High school s school stadium to execute championship band the and the show i Tivey expect to put on at Turtle and give a Tomor j Row before departing for their first major appearance of the season at the ail stars High school classic sponsored by the Pittsburgh Jay gees at Creek. The preview Parade was arranged by director Edward Sweadner and school authorities on local streets so that towns people could see what the crack 100-member band would look like. The Parade will at third Street and Fai Howfield Avenue at slag full complement for train p. M. And move immediately ing purposes of younger musicians. During this Grill give Charleroi and District residents two opportunities to see our band in action they make their first appearance in the new outfits. These comprise new White red trousers and Black said director Sweadner. There will be a turnout of 100 members tomorrow but when the local football season is fully on its Way the band will consist of 110 director Sweadner Little Chance an enough to rip up Concrete pavement. Hurricane crackled from North Carolina to Chesapeake Bay. Coastal residents As far North As were put on storm Alert. May be weakening the 9 m. Weather bulletin spoke of evidence that the pressure has filled somewhat in the Center of the that generally Means a slightly weak ening effect in intensity. Little movement is expected during the nest six followed by a course toward the North Northeast or the Weatherman reported. Winds at prying pan Southeast of the Busy Wilmington were up to full Gale Force of 60 Miles an hour this morning. Tides were running two to four feet above Normal on the North Carolina coast. Exposed Beach areas reported heavy swells and High Waves. The coast guard asked All radio and television stations on the Seaboard to broadcast warnings to Beach residents around forehead n. C. A place laced streams that Block escape when the storms Roll get to safety at once. Taxed. He posed with a proves Laved. He posed with a professional aplomb for photographers and answered questions with m. Happy Grin. Did t know right up to broadcast what i was going to he said. Could have taken another but i gotta to column through the business District in 20-minute Drill i t3ie new uniforms were a i proved by the Charleroi school doubling Back on fallow Flefil Board at the monday night session nhe musicians will disband after one was presented for sex at starring Point. Immediately Happy airmen on Way Home truckers of Valley line await recall employees of Samuels motor sex trucking firm led for a As the result of a teamsters Union strike against Allegheny county awaited a recall to their jobs. They go Back to work on thursday if a proposed contract Between teamsters local 249 and the Western Penn Sylvania motor carriers Assn. Is ratified by both sides. Ignore Bill in car death aug. 10 a Bill charging involuntary manslaughter against Walter e. Allen of was ignored yesterday by the August grand jury and the costs of Case placed on the county. Allen the Driver of the car which struck a steel Pola near the Railroad crossing of West Chestnut april resulting in the death of Miriam 52 West Maiden Street the victim was a passenger in the car along with Keith Washington r. D. And Rose 16 West Maiden Street. At the end of two the grand jury had returned 25 True ignoring Only three. Included in yesterdays indict ments was one against Elmer Weirton r. D. Who was arrested following 9. Police raid on a Moonshine making establishment in Hanover town ship Early in june. Other True Bills yesterday in Francis j. Mcdon driving during suspension. Robert b. Driving while intoxicated. John h. Dean receiving stolen burglary and and corrupting morals of children Donald c. Driving during suspension. Staley later pleaded guilty before judge to Pace 2. Col Mem stopping at fifth banned Charleroi police have is eyed a. Warning to motorists that henceforth the no Park ing regulation will be More rigidly enforced on fifth Street Between Mckean and fallow Field avenues. The extensive use of this Street makes the parking of vehicles on either Side hib Tive Dow Totra. The new left turn Baa at that Busy Section will also have an influence on enforce ment. W. A. Firemen election due Compromise tax unlikely thru recess aug. Senate Republican Leader Row land b. Ila Hany today voiced doubt that the current three week legislative recess can produce a bipartisan tax Compro Iise. The Senate majority Leader whose gop bloc irrevocably scuttled gov. George m. Leader s classified income tax last said that once the Revenue problem is the Senate and House i could wind up the 1955 session in three weeks. But i Don t look for us to get out by the end of he it will probably be much developments at tuesday s Solo session by the Senate appeared to Bear out Mahany s pessimism Over any sudden agreement on taxes Between republicans and the democratic administration. Senate democratic Leader John h. Dent asked repeatedly that Mahany and other republicans indicate what Type or types of taxes they would be willing to support. Offered to put in the fire hydrant and Hook up the Hose and then if we did t put out the we d take the Dent said. Would like to know you propose to do about the argued that it was the duty of the House of representatives to initiate tax programs with the Senate holding Only veto Power. He would not specify any particular tax As that f Avocet the gop. But he said in Lis a tax Compromise probably would narrow Down to a Choice Between a two per Cen sales tax or a one per cent in come Levy. Brownsville child victim of polio Mary Lee daughter of or. And mrs. Harry mar Ket is reported to have been stricken with a paralysis. The family Doc Tor described the Case As mild she is being treated in a Pittsburgh Hospital where she was taken re i Dunlevy toxoid inoculations Allenport area children from six months to 11 year of age will receive toxoid for prevention of diphtheria at Allenport school Bex Friday morning begin Ning at o clock. Children of Allenport and Dun Levy can be presented for inoculations at the school when serum will be administered by or. War Ren Scott and Pauline at Kins. Beaver aug. 10 delegates to the 62nd an Nual convention of the Western Pennsylvania firemen s Assn. Nominated candidates today in preparation for the organization s annual election of officers. The delegates heard sen. James h. Duff tuesday Praise president Eisenhower s work at the Summit conference in Geneva in bringing together on a Friendly at least the Heads of the major governments in an attempt to avoid future War fare Duff also said the physical condition of americans was deteriorating while Flie russians built physical fitness. A a a firmer he have no right to let our youngsters grow up without recreation to Burn up their excess Energy and thereby help prevent juvenile Duff also referred to the Indus tries of Beaver county and the Pittsburgh District As a of the might of the four Day convention ends thursday with a Mammoth Parade through the City. Aug. 10 eleven Happy american out of communist chinese prisons less than a flow towards Home and their eagerly waiting loved oses today. Behind them Lay More than two and a half years and for at least one col. John Knox the bitter Mem Ory of red torture ahead Lay fhe United states and Long waited family reunions. Airmen Art. Scheduled to reach Travis air near san fran Friday night. The former b-29 Crew boarded two Plush c-54 transport planes at p. M. A. M. Edt. When the1 bounded up the boarding ramp two Steps at a the Tachikawa air band broke into a rousing fornia Here 1 base Cougar canteen dance Auer. To. To p. M. Join the crowd. High rain due Here state s weather will be influenced by Hurricane seen this morning Street excavating Highway Aid Steps cleared vital session tomorrow Mason sees leadership fight in state legion aug. When John f. Groundwork for the 37th Navy Veteran of world War annual convention of the and Charles new hol Sylvania department of the Amer i an army private in world can legion was Laid today As i War opposed each for convention committees met in pre commander of the Parathion for the formal opening of the three Day meeting. More than delegates and As Many As guests were expected to be on hand when the legionnaires hear state com Mander Sherman w. Jean Call the convention to order thursday morning. Mason indicated tuesday the convention would be highlighted a leadership fight Between world War and world War h veterans and a. Battle against s. Recent veterans administration edict requiring a employees to resign from veterans organizations because of of inter Mason predicted the convention would pass Resolution request ing the a to rescind its order which he said was and probably the legion commander said the leadership Battle would take place Oer organization. Mason refused to predict the outcome of the election but pointed out that Only three world War including have been elected to the legion s top Post in the past 10 years. The legion planned to Honor Woodland improvement petition read an ordinance regulating Stre openings or excavations and i Viding for permits was passed a full quorum of Charleroi Coc cil at its August meeting in night. The Borough admin Sti tors also found taxes coming so Well that in. Loan obligations ss5.000 o were ordered paid Lellon National Bank. An important step toward Velo ments from the recent St Highway department co Fere were taken with an order for t two High school students at its j Patch of confirming letters opening session when it gov. Garding local needs which will Roy Furman presents scholarships to Kathie George new Oxford. Miss Spear will receive a scholarship to Pennsylvania state University As the Winner of the state legion oratorical contest. Span Gler will receive a scholar ship to Haverford College for winning the state legion contest during quire department assistance. Council also will advise Pennsylvania Utility commiss in answer to a Puc of of treatment of Center of Mckean Avenue Ai the session on sen. William. Know land will address the convention on the far Eastern situation. Wounded Donovan reported improving John Joseph of 412 Allen who Acci dentally shot himself in the left Side of the Chest Early saturday was reported improves today. The wounded Man was still in critical condition and was transferred to West Penn. Hospital Pittsburgh. Siace his admission to Monongahela memorial at m. A Mill Wright at the Blooming Mill had received three transfusions. Donora police said Acci dentally shot himself with a .300 Savage Hunting Rifle on a lonely Road in Palmer Park. He managed to climb into his car and drive to tenth Street and Meldon where he was discovered in serious condition. Police that Ruscitti Tom them he fired the gun accidental but they have been Una Ibie to question him concerning his in the Park at the late by himself and with a Rifle. Only one Cartridge was found with the police said. Picnic Day tops for All Don t leave the Little tots at Home when you go to the Good will Community Outing at Kenny Wood Park on aug. 25th. The Little ones have a. Park of their own at Kenny Wood. It s called Eiddie land and truly is a Park within a Park. Miniature replicas of Many rides which Are found on the main Midway make up this novel largest of its kind in the nation. The youngsters love it and on Many of the rides Are Able to pre tand that they really Are driving the Little boats and Pony carts. This More than Ever be Kenny Wood is a family Park. Every thing has been planned to provide for All Young and old alike. For has one of the Moat unique structures found in any Park. It s a Mother Goose Comfort with facilities just for the Little tots. A huge Mother Goose revolves around the top of the circular and it s decorated with charac ters from the Nursery rhymes. Hurricane Connie promised to dominate Pennsylvania s weather today and at least through thurs bringing rain and increasingly High winds. Beyond the weather Bureau would not predict because of the erratic course the Laden storm was taking along the Atlantic coast. The reason behind the certain course was the presence of a High pressure area Over Nova Scotia with a Ridge running southward through Pennsylvania Down into Virginia. The High pressure the Bureau kept blocking the hum can s Westward movement. But there was do Way of knowing when or where the 135-mile per hour Hurricane winds would break through. The Bureau predicted High temperatures in the 70 s and 80 s this afternoon and Low readings Dur ing the night in the 60 s and 70 s. Winds increased in velocity throughout but Raia was not expected until tonight and Only i Southern portions of the state. The winds will further increase and the spread on thurs the Bureau although Western counties will fell the Hur Impact less than sections closer to Atlantic sea store front paint ing and remodelling. Street Cavern Between tracks at sixth and Faurow Field ave revival tent on Coyle Lawn at North Charleroi. From dead Rac ing Pigeon found it a local Yard shoppers Matching China from open Stock in e. Summer end Sale. Look with bouffant style in White Satin Short evening a neckline and Back drapes into criss crossed v. Jail Man on four disorderly charges Nester Lessick of 939 Meadow Avenue has been confined by Charleroi police pending a fearing on charges of drunk and profane assault and Battery and resist nor arrest brought against him tuesday afternoon. According the the police seasick was picked up at the. Cabin Craft bedspreads styled right. See them inc. V. P. W. Meeting notice regular meeting of Arden Cal Vert Post v. F. W. Tonight at 8 p. M. Com. Registration data in Charleroi shown results of special registration held Here yesterday by the county Board of elections were made available last night there were 40 new democrats signed of and is new republicans. A total of 22 voters listed changes of address. Arrests made in robbery aug. State police from the Washington Barracks arrested three men yesterday for a robbery committed against George of Hick on August 2. Herman Youngs and Calvin were arrested at 3 a. M. In the Home of James 169 West Wylie Avenue. Samuel Eisenberg 29. Wash r. D. 5 was custody at his Home at 2 p. M. Ban left turns at fifth Street due to increasing congestion Conn last night passed a Una aim order prohibiting All left uni on fall oilfield and Mcke Avenue at fifth Street enforcement will begin soon As permanent signs erected. President Alex Luckasen brought up the matter and s the step should be taken n in anticipation of heavier i traffic. Councilmen Mich and or. R. L. Spa agreed with others that Liberal test of the left turn i should be made. Are still Worling on Overall traffic control Ordina and this in a c eluded Luckasevic when order passed by vote. Una Nim state who had in conjunction with Amwell town ship chief of police Clyde Day i turn to column t. Meeting held at Clarksburg West Virginia backs Turnpike thru co. W. Aug 13 in the West Virginia Pennsylvania Turnpike association of can concerted action yester Day to gain support for a Turnpike linkup the terminus of the present Turnpike at Clarks w. A. Through North Cen trial West Virginia and Greene two state stretching from Comer of seventh and Lincoln and Washington counties in Penn Sylvania to the Beaver Valley. P. M the complaint was signed be fore Justice of toe peace Ray Carley. Brakes Monack s service 9th Mckean. He 3-8162. Town country presents Mcfeely s Golden Gate three every wed. And to directors of key organizations promoting the so called West Virginia outlined plans for encouraging adoption of their proposal and made arrange ments for future an interested attendant at the conference was William a. Staph of w. A member of the West Virginia y officials of the West Virginia Turnpike association participating were president Robert of e. B. Of West Virginia mor Pittsburgh railways co. T Are lifted. Test brings i made at once to determine condition of foundations undo right of Way and full will be demanded at a Puc ing should one be necessary. A bearing Many n was presented to Council of establishment of a i and paving of Woodland Ai agreements by petitioners t for curbing. Twelve was noted in the did not go along wit idea. Because nothing is s in the 1955 this in ment can not begin until Spring. Council eat however Utility Companas to begin underground preparations f major undertaking. President Alex inc Kasevic ally acknowledged receipt petition on behalf of count said that an engineering will begin for the sewers. Asks rebate Benjamin Prentice as5 rebate on three years Dup tax this was a s Case in which Prentice a acting As his age Iii paid taxes. He explained happened and asked Restora 515. Walter Scrader and Tiati a i by Clinton f. Managing Nrec Franl Tor and vice president of the j tick to Bas Clarksburg chamber of Western Pennsylvania area representatives were James s. Highway chairman for the in ton chamber of i. S. Shahali and Arthur president and publicity director of the Western Pennsylvania regional planning both of Beaver Ard judge j. T president judge of the county and Calvin Heasley and James h. Presi Dent and Secretary of the Waynes Burg chamber of that he is one and the Sai son under these titles and Only a formal step county Board of assess qualify him for the adj Council agreed that it Sho wic be done. Dept. R sports Secretary Virvinia z read the monthly depart me ports which treasurer one Fine for disorder tax collector taken m during the month it vim the Colma
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