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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - October 5, 1933, Smethport, Pennsylvania Mckean county Democrat volume 58 Russell r. Lindsley publisher Smethport pa., thursday october 5, 1933 terms zoo per year. No. 40criminal court in session Here is Busy event Many cases Are disposed of roadhouse bandits on trial the regular october term of Mckean county criminal court convened at the court House in Smethport monday morning with judge j. W. Bouton presiding. An exceptionally Large number of the cases on the big docket were disposed of at the opening session following pleas of guilty and dismissals. Walter d. Scott and Sam Cosco plead guilty to charges of violating the liquor Laws were fined $500 and costs and sentenced to serve six months each in the county jail. Carmen Micele pleaded guilty to violation of the liquor Laws was fined $500 and costs and sentenced to serve nine months in the Allegheny county workhouse. Raymond Bennett and Kenneth Schamburg charged with breaking and entering and larceny pleaded guilty. They were ordered to a Fine of $1.00 and costs restore stolen property and serve sentences of from nine to eighteen months in the Allegheny county workhouse. Other cases disposed of on monday included ulisse Palandrani Drunken driving continued. Ross Cleveland desertion and no support ordered to Post $500 Bond for compliance with payment recommended by the court. Merle r. Provin non support of minor child ordered to $30 per month and Post $500 Bond. Jack Bastow desertion and no support dismissed costs to be paid by county. M Charles Prusinowski desertion and non support of minor child ordered to $5.00 weekly and Post $500 Bond. Bert Clawson desertion and no support continued. Charles Burgess desertion and no support ordered to $5.00 weekly and Post $500 Bond. William Chambers desertion and non support to $5.00 weekly and Post $500 Bond. Bert Wagner surety of the peace ordered to keep peace for one year under $500 Bond and costs. Pat Zanelli desertion and non support to $30 monthly costs and Post $500 Bond. George Hanson non support of minor child to $100 and costs to probation officer $10 monthly for support of child and Post $500 Bond. O. 8. Oakes and Walter Donahey requested Nolle pros of assault and Battery charges upon payment of costs. James h. Coleman Drunken driving pleaded guilty sentence suspended and placed on one year probation costs and $50 for the use of Mckean county court. Charles b. Weaver Drunken driving pleaded guilty sentence suspended and placed on probation for one year to costs and $50 for use of Mckean county court. P. S. Davidson failure to Stop at scene of Accident pleaded guilty ordered to costs to probation officer. Otto Jones breaking and entering pleaded guilty to costs. $1.00 Fine and serve 9 to 18 months in Allegheny county workhouse. Melvin Sikes and Walter Fichtner breaking and entering larceny of automobile sentenced to Huntington reformatory. Charles Miller violation motor code failed to appear bail forfeited. Roscoe Bottorf desertion and no support to costs and $10 weekly Post $500 Bond. The grand jury on monday returned True Bills against the following Joseph Albert Gilligan and Frank Perez aggravated assault and Battery. James Dell Thomas Rose Joe Martin and Dominic Thomasulo aggravated assault and Battery and Possession of deadly weapons with intent to Rob violation of uniform firearms act. Galore Moneyham assault and Battery. Eben h. James assault and Battery. John Dickerson permitting intoxicated person to operate motor vehicle. Albert Scott Ane forcible detainer. On tuesday the grand jury returned True Bills against the following Joseph Gilligan and Frank Perez second count assault and Battery. Harry Collins three counts issuing fraudulent checks. Leonard Carmella operating motor vehicle following suspension of License. James Oviatt driving motor vehicle while intoxicated. Albert Scott Ane was found guilty by a jury tuesday on charges of forcible detainer and entry. He was fined $200, ordered to costs of prosecution to restore property forcibly detained by him and to serve six months in the county jail. Eben h. James and galore Moneyham who at first pleaded not guilty changed their pleas to guilty on tuesday. They will receive sentences in court today. Information of a Justice of the peace charging Joe Slavin with malicious mischief was quashed on motion of District attorney Chas. G. Hubbard. Costs in the Case will be pa4d by the county. V. A. Mchenry charged with Issue continued on last Page col i Smith to make . Dictator Arthur j. Quot Herbert Smith Crosby Soldier of Fortune who sought adventure in revolutionary conflicts in various parts of the Globe after serving with British and american forces in the world War has now decided that he wont take Over the government of the United states not at the present time at least. Smith who is the Quot big shirt Quot of the Khaki shirts of America with Headquarters in Philadelphia has decided to cast his lot with president Roosevelt and help put the Quot new deals across in a big Way. In this plan he will be assisted by As he claims 7,000,000 or More Quot under the former Mckean county adventurer has decided that Columbus Day. Thursday oct. 12, would be a Good Date for president Roosevelt to become dictator with support of the Smith Shock troops. The Date is considered even More appropriate because Smiths forces in Philadelphia Are composed mostly of italian citizens. One newspaper had the following to say editorially of the project Quot general Art. J. Smith of the Philadelphia Smiths is reported to have sent Forth a Call to 1.000,000 a Khaki shirts to converge on Washington and demand that president Roosevelt proclaim himself dictator. The fateful Date of the Smith coup d eat is oct. 12. Quot unlike the Mussolini Black shirts and the Hitler Brown shirts the Khaki shirts claim to Spek not for the upper nor Middle classes but for the masses. They offer themselves they say As storm troops to or. Roosevelt in his fight with big business to put Over the new Deal. Quot few will take a general Smiths j ambition to March on Washington very seriously. About the Only interest the average american has in or. Smiths shirt is the Hope that he j keeps it truck Driver fatally Hurton crash Gilbert Carlson in Hospital with crushed left lec or. Carlson died at the Hospital last night at 9 45 of clock. Death was attributed to Shock and concussion of the brain. He was 33 years of age and had been employed by the state Highway dept for about 8 years. He is survived by his wife who resides in it. Jewett. Gilbert Carlson aged 35, of it. Jewett employed by the Mckean county maintenance division of the Pennsylvania department of highways As a truck Driver was seriously injured shortly after noon yesterday when the truck he was driving left the Kinzua Road near Dunk Les Corners and was wrecked. Carlson was extricated from the wreckage and placed in an ambulance from the nearby c. C. C. Camp. A Call was sent to Kane in the meantime and an ambulance from that place took the injured Man to the Kane Community Hospital. The victim has a compound fracture of the left leg and is in a serious condition from Shock. As first it w As feared that it we Ould be necessary to amputate the leg but now it is hoped it can be saved. Carlson is believed to have lost control of the truck w Hen it struck a rough spot in the Road he was alone in the heavy vehicle w Hen the Accident happened. Another employee injured Norman Schroth of Smethport a Highway maintenance division Foreman. Received a fracture of the leg last saturday w Hen he fell from a scaffold while working on the new Sheds being erected in the rear of the Headquarters on Marvin Street Smethport. All roads Lead to Bradford Betula child stricken with typhoid fever Wilma. 9-year-old daughter of or. And mrs. Floyd Rifle of Betula is suf i Fering from typhoid fever. This is the Only Case reported at the present time in that Vicinity. Health authorities Are searching for contaminated water and Are taking i i every precaution to prevent an Epi j i Demic. Golf pro will leave for Florida next week Al. Dieter popular and efficient professional of the Smethport country1 club will leave next monday for but a Falo Enro Ute to Florida we Here he will again be pro at a Hollywood fla., j i Golf course during the Winter months widening of u. S. 6 Assn. Aim the further improving and possible widening of u. 8. 6. W hich is now a j great transcontinental route passing i through the main Street of this town j will be the main topic for discussion at the sixth annual meeting of the Roosevelt Highway association of Pennsylvania at the Penn Wells hotel Wellsboro thursday non october 12. President Monta c. Burt of Coudersport. In commenting upon this phase of the program says Quot in Many sections outside of our state u. S. 6 is already widened into three or four vehicle lanes. If Pennsylvania is not to lag behind serious attention must immediately be Given to the construction of a wider thoroughfare for u. S. 6 in Many sections. This improvement with the elimination of the remaining bad curves constitutes the chief program for our association in each Community along the route of the Highway is being urged by president Burt to be Well represented at this important annual meeting and be prepared to make suggestions for improvements to u. S. 6. Reports regarding the further Extension of u. S. 6 to the Pacific coast and regarding the general publicity work will be received from judge c. L. Newcomer of Bryan Ohio and Alex Fitzhugh of Des Moines Iowa president and Secretary of transcontinental u. S. 6 Roosevelt Highway. Loui Baptist minister to of ordained next tuesday Rev. John w. Kennedy who was recently appointed pastor of the first Baptist Church Smethport will be ordained As a minister of the Baptist Church at ceremonies to be held at the local Church next tuesday evening at 7 30 of clock. Rev. A. Frank Houser pastor of the first Baptist Church Olean will be the principal ordination speaker. Other pastors who will attend Are Rev. Raycroft Emporium Rev. Wooddell port Allegany Rev. Safford Shinglehouse and Rev. Johnstone Ulysses. Rev. Kennedy who is a graduate of the Eastern Baptist Seminary Philadelphia is an Earnest Young divine and has made Many friends Dur a ing the Short period he has been in charge of the Smethport Church. Bengs Allan wedding Friday the marriage of miss Catherine of. Allan daughter of or. And mrs Frank g. Allan of 622 124th Street. Cleveland Ohio and or. Hilding a Bengs son of mrs. Hilda Bengs of Philadelphia formerly of Smethport. Was solemnized at the Home of the Bride last Friday afternoon at 4 00 of clock. Rev. Arnold Bloomfield pastor of the Glenville presbyterian Church read the nuptial service in the presence of friends and relatives of the couple. The maid of Honor was miss Martha Colegrove of Smethport who w As a College chum of the Bride. Kenton c. Abbey also of Smethport was Best Man. To the strains of Lohengrin a wedding March played by her Cousin mrs. Margaret Laurie of Pittsburgh the Bride entered the parlor escorted by her father. The Bride was charmingly attired in a White Satin gown with bodice trimmed in Rose Point lace. Her veil was of turban effect caught with Orange blossoms. She we Ore White Satin slippers and carried a Shower bouquet of w Hite roses Gardenias lilies of the Valley and Maiden hair Fern. Miss Colegrove the maid of Honor we Ore a chartreuse gown of pebbly crepe with Matching accessories and carried a bouquet of Talisman roses the ceremony we As performed in front of a Beautiful Bower in the Bay window of the parlor. Ferns and Palms formed the background flanked on each Side by candelabra and festoons of flow ers. Mrs. Laurie played Mendelssohn a wedding March As the recessional. A reception w As held immediately after the ceremony followed by a wedding dinner served to Twenty two guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Charles Ganschaw 624 e 124th Street. Or. And mrs. Bengs left after the dinner for a honeymoon trip to Bermuda. They will be at Home in Warren pa., after october 14th. The Bride is a charming and accomplished Young lady w to is Well known in Smethport having frequently visited Here. She graduated from Munhall a. High school and the Margaret Morrison school of Carnegie Institute of technology Pittsburgh. She has been a teacher in the Cleveland High schools for several terms. Or. Bengs is a popular local Young Man. He graduated from Smethport High school with the class of 1923 with highest honors. He completed the pre medical course at the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia and graduated from the medical school of the same University in 1930. He continued to win High Scholastic honors in College and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Alpha Sigma Pepper medical society Heisler anatomical society and Sigma i. He we As Art editor of the Quot scope Quot medical class year Book. He served As Interne at the Philadelphia general Hospital for two years and for the past year has been a member of the staff of physicians at the state Hospital for the insane Warren. Or. And mrs. Bengs will reside in an apartment reserved for the Hospital staff at Warren. The Democrat unites with Many local friends in extending congratulations and Best wishes to the couple on this auspicious occasion. All roads in this Section apparently run through Bradford according to signs which Are being erected by the Mckean county motor club aided by individual subscriptions of business men and residents. According to advices from Bradford two of the first signs included in the program sponsored by the Mckean county motor club will be erected today at Seneca Junction Bradford Junction to you and Farmers Valley another Bradford Junction. The signs the one at Farmers Valley to be the first of its Type in the state Are of Metal coloured Black and White and Bear the name Bradford and a direction Arrow in Luminous Button design. The Seneca Junction sign which will be placed by the new York state Highway department under the supervision of District Engineer m. H. Regan of Salamanca is 70x40 inches in size bearing the word Bradford in 10-Inch reflector Button letters. The names Kane and Pittsburgh Are in 6-Inch carved in letters. A Large reflector Button direction arrows Points to Bradford and the Pittsburgh route. The Farmers Valley sign is of the same Type but bears Only the name Bradford and the direction Arrow. These signs Are of the Type that Are illuminated by the lights of approaching cars. Other signs Are to be erected at Clarion Junction Brennemann a Corner the intersection of the lakes to sea and general Kane highways Emporium and at Lantz Corners. All motorists who Are interested in travelling to Bradford should be Able to take the proper turns aided by the new signs and that is All right As far As it goes. How Ever if it becomes apparent that the markings Are a concerted Effort to divert traffic from established Highway routes such As the Roose Elt Highway u. S. 6, there will a be Apt to be a strenuous Battle in Prospect such As w As waged at Lantz Corners near it. Jewett some time ago. Over Quot the touting of traffic to Buffalo. Death of Frank Clark Frank s. Clark 76. A Well known Marvin Creek Farmer died tuesday morning at 3 30 of clock following an illness of two years duration. Or. Clark w As born july 28. 1857, at Nundal. N. Y., and had resided in this Section for the past 35 years surviving Are his widow mrs. Nancy Clark one son Henry Clark of Smethport one daughter mrs. Alta Ripley six grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the residence of Henry Clark this thursday afternoon at 2 30 of clock Rev. John w. Kennedy pastor of the local Baptist Church will officiate. Pallbearers will be John Gorman. Claude Slade Cleve Van sickle Perry Van sickle W. Jones and Lloyd Multi Hlll burial will be made in the Grimes cemetery near port Allegany. Rev. Spangler returned to Smethport pastorate Rev. H. L. Spangler w As returned to Smethport As pastor of the methodist episcopal Church As a result of a decision of the Genesee conference of methodist episcopal Church which closed in Buffalo on sunday. The Rev. Archie Macdougald. Who w As formerly pastor Here and has been stationed at Salamanca goes to the Duke Center Church. The people of the latter town Are to be congratulated on receiving this gifted pastor. Who has a multitude of friends in Smethport and throughout the county. The Rev. J. H. Bailey returns to the Crosby Betula charge. The Rev. John w. Mcgavern. Formerly a popular local minister goes to Salamanca other appointments include bolivars the Rev. Arthur Gregson returned. Ceres the Rev Clarence h. Nash. Bradford Asbury Custer City the Rev. Frederick Wood first m e., the Rev. James s Bisgrove. Derrick City the Rev. Charles w. Taylor. Eldred the Rev. Fred w. Belander. Port Allegany the Rev. E. J. Barton. Portville the Rev. Arthur Partington. Shinglehouse the Rev. Clarence h. apply rut no chief is selected Council defers naming of a successor Tojo olice Post although Nineteen applications for the position made vacant by the death of chief of police Michael of Brien were received when the Smethport Borough Council held its regular monthly meeting monday night action on the matter of choosing or. Of Briens successor was deferred until the next special or regular meeting. Applications for the position of chief we Ere received from the following local citizens Scotty Arthur Geo. P. Cochran r. J. Day Henry Ebert Alphaus l Fox Norman c. Hull f j. Nichols. Arthur Rice h. B. Scott Holmes h. Spanogle Robert w. Barr Scott p. Conley. John r. Digel. Edwin Elias Leo l. Herzog Bernard g. Mcdermott Louis b. Peterson m. L Roseboom and H Southwick. The Council decided to have the Secretary provide each member with a list of the applicants for separate consideration or. O Briens estate will receive his full salary for the month of september according to action taken by the Council in appreciation of the Long years of faithful set vice he rendered the town. Although application has been made to the Mckean county commissioners for county Aid in paving Franklin Street from main to Green streets we Ith Macadam 18 feet wide no word was received by the Council monday night As to the Fate of the project. There was considerable discussion monday night regarding an agreement Between the Council and the local Board of education regarding the maintenance of Mccoy stadium which has been transferred from Bucktail Post american legion to the Borough. It is planned to Levy a Small tax for Upkeep of the property. The school Board has agreed to re plumb the Field House at their own expense to eliminate waste of water by leakage. The sum of $1000 was ordered transferred from the electric fund to the general fund. A letter was received from mrs. Patrick Henrietta instructing the Borough to move equipment from her property on water Street. The Smethport water co. May Purchase the Small building on South Mechanic Street formerly used by the Borough for storing a Hose cart for the sum of $4000. Burgess Bacon reported that $1000 in fines had been collected during the month of september. Members present at monday night s meeting were Ostrander. Nellis Hull Kelly Digel. Dickinson and Freeman. Burgess Daniel Bacon was also in attendance. The following Bills were read and ordered paid with exception of the water company s Bills for hydrant and stadium service Mckean county Miner printing $f�.00 Naomi comes fees 50c yer done soil or Gas station gasoline $2.80 Smethport garage gasoline and Oil $20.12 Kendall refining co., gasoline and Oil $42.67 Smethport natural Gas co., Gas $7.80 c. L Lorah surveying. $1200 John c. Mckeiver gasoline. $5.56 Lee Tackentien Gas Oline $3.60 Frank Peterson Sand 75c j. R. Hull labor $69.75 l. O. Comes salary $110.00 Glen Mencer salary $125.00 Chas. Lemmler salary $50.00 f. H Biever salary $5000 c. W. Shattuck salary. $50 00 Lyle Drake salary. $5 00 r. K. Palmer labor $200 s. H. Norman salary $175.00 Barrett go., tar. $699.00 Chas. W. Masser supplies $4.01 Holmes a Gil Lllan supplies $11.19 f. J. Quirk supplies $25.55 Bell Telephone co., Telephone $17.90 Buffalo Springfield roller co., supplies $4 91 Smethport water co., we Ater $2 85 $1.90 $9.31 and $475.31. Anniversary of Austin disaster last saturday sept. 30, marked the Twenty second anniversary of the worst disaster in the history of Northwestern Pennsylvania. On sept. 30, 1911, the great Rayless dam at Austin broke and a Wall of water descended on the Little town completely destroying it. Over a Hundred lives were lost and property damage was estimated at $7,000,000. In recalling the tragedy the Emporium press of last thursday said Quot those who resided in this Region on that Date clearly remember All the details of the horrible event. Score of Relief workers from Emporium journeyed to the Potter county town by horse Auto and rail to lend assistance to the stricken people. A Relief train was organized by the Pennsylvania Railroad at Smethport and made a Stop at port Allegany to take on additional workers. Quot Glare from the flames which followed the flood could be plainly seen for Many Miles and the Little band of Relief workers on the Smethport and Renovo Relief to Ains were shocked at the spectacle of tangled wreckage of Homes. Quot business blocks and dwelling were splintered and had caught Are. Many persons caught in the wreckage were burned to death while the flames also consumed the bodies of those already dead. The breaking of the dam left the town without a water Supply but the Smethport pumper played water on the flame from a Little Brook. Far into the dreary sunday the workers kept up their Tabors and finally subdued the flames during the night Quot red Cross workers arrived on the scene sunday and a full company of state police was also on hand toe Stablish martial Law president Taft who was on a vacation in California wired his condolence and that of the nation to Burgess Murrlen of Austin a and offered full Relief forces of the government. Quot wreckage we As carried Down the narrow Valley to the Susquehanna River and Many residents of the River towns still remember the pitiful debris that Rode the Crest of the High Waters. A towns surrounding Austin w Era deluged with Telephone and Telegraph requests from metropolitan newspapers and wire services for Complete details. Quot today the great Peces of Concrete Are still standing and clearly show where the Wall of water rushed through sweeping the Concrete Structure aside. Giant pieces of the dam were moved ten and fifteen feet downstream and today stand mute witness of the disaster which took so Many loved ones from their City. Many visitors and sightseers annually journey to Austin to snap pictures of the wreckage still there. The giant structures Are a Mecca for the tourists and the place is widely known a a historic burglars loot Camp owned by prof. Shattuck another Case of infantile paralysis is reported or. W. A. Ostrander county medical director reported last night that there is one Case of infantile paralysis in Bradford at the present time. A Case had been reported from Cory Viii some time ago. Cemetery Tollhouse robbed thieves forced Entrance to the tool House at Rose Hill cemetery one night Over the we Eek end and drained a Large can of gasoline stole a set of wrenches several inner tubes and other articles. The robbery was discovered by de. Elias caretaker at the cemetery. No arrests have been made but authorities Are running Down several promising clues we hich May Lead to the apprehension of the burglars. Robbers entered the Camp of prof. Richard Shattuck of Smethport at Norwich Corners probably last thursday night and stole furnishings valued at approximately $200. Prof. Shattuck scamp is furnished with a number of valuable Antiques of which he is an ardent collector. A number of these were taken As Well As other articles. The theft was not discovered until prof. Shattuck visited the place saturday morning. He found that Entrance had been gained by removing screws from the door hinges. Nothing was damaged and the burglars considerately closed the door when they departed. It is believed that the marauders had two automobiles in which the loot was transported. Neighbors reported seeing activity at the Camp thursday night but believed that prof. Shattuck was there. First Aid demonstration the first Aid team of the Bell Telephone co. Will conduct a demonstration at the regular monthly meeting of the Smethport fire department to be held this evening. Latest methods of resuscitation and care of into Riel a will a shown by the i crack Bell . Steinhauer called by death mrs. Fannie Beckwith Stenhauer aged 80, highly esteemed and Well known resident of Farmers Valley passed away last thursday morning at 2 00 of clock at her Home. Mrs. 8teinhauer, who was a daughter of the late or. And mrs. Samuel Beckwith Pioneer residents of Mckean county was born in Clermont on nov. 5, 1853. The family moved to Farmers Valley when she was a Small child. On feb. 23. 1876. She was United in marriage to the late Louis Stenhauer of Clermont and the couple resided in the latter place for about Twenty years moving to Farmers Valley where they had lived Ever since. Or. Stenhauer passed away shortly Over a year ago. The deceased lady possessed amp Brilliant mind and charming personality beloved by her family and a wide Circle of friends. Mrs. Stenhauer possessed a Beautiful Christian character. She was a charter member of Valley Grange and was always actively interested in the welfare of the organization. Surviving Are three sons Theodore Stenhauer Lajunta colo., Vernon Steinhauer Derrick City and John Stenhauer new York City three daughters mrs. Leon a. Moody state line n. Y., mrs Webb b. Hopper Buffalo n. Y., and mrs Guy l. Moore Rew City three Sisters mrs Henrietta Stull Cleveland Ohio mrs. Julietta Raeder Bradford and mrs. Myrtle Wright Eldred one brother Elmer Beckwith. Alfred n. Y., and twelve grandchildren. Funeral services which were largely attended were held at the family Home in Farmers Valley sunday morning at 11 00 of clock. Rev. M b. Erickson officiated. Burial was made in the Smith Hill cemetery at Farmers Valley _ v. F. W. To elect officers at meeting this evening officers for the ensuing year will be elected at a meeting of Mckean Post veterans of foreign wars to be held at the legion lyceum this evening. A program will be Given and refreshments will be served Itei the

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