The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 6, 1939 · Page 11
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January 6, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 6. 1939. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. . PAGE ELEVEN. 41 Motor Fatalities in County Last Year; 11 Persons Murdered Mine Mishaps Took 11 Lives, Suicides 24, Coroner Reveals. 354 DEATHS BEFORE BALTZ UNIONTOWN, Jan. 6.--Total of 41 automobile fatalities, 24 suicides and 11 murders occurred in Fayettc county during the year just closed, it was revealed in the annual report released by the office of Coroner S. A. Baltz which also revealed 354 deaths had been reported during the same 12-month period. Two homicides were filed during the month of December when one Euicidc was also reported. Of the 354 cases during 1958, 242 were white males, 85 white females, 18 colored males and 10 colored females. Inquests were conducted on 90 bodies in 85 cases during the year when 278 views were made-and 12 autopsies performed. Causes of death during the last 12 months show: Natural causes, 119; deaths from unknown causes, no doctor in attendance, 16; stillbirths, 26; deaths from birth injuries, 3; premature births, 6; deaths from criminal abortion, 3; apoplexy, 19; acute alcoholism, 8; deaths from falls, 12; deaths from being struck by falling objects, 4; suicides, 24; accidental gunshot wounds, 4; homicides, 11; deaths from mine accidents, 11. Strangulation, 3; suffocation, 2; heat prostration, 4; exposure, 4; body burns, 8; injuries when kicked by a horsj, 1; deaths from automobile accidents, 41; accidental drownings, 9; struck by street cars', 2; struck by railroad trains 9; kerosene poisoning, 1: shock from runaway accident, 1; from injury in play, 1. During December, the monthly report shows, 32 deaths were reported while 25 views were made together with three autopsies and eight inquests. Causes of death during the 31 days include: Natural causes, 12; stillbirths, 2; exposure, 3; acute alcoholism, 2; deaths from mine accidents, 2; automobile fatalities, 3; one each, struck by falling tree, injuries received at play, suicide, body burns, homicidal stab wounds, fractured skull in a homicide case, fractured skull in fall from train, struck by railroad train. HOG RECEIPTS . HEAVY, CATTLE MARKET STRONG Hog receipts were heavy at the weekly auction at the Evans Manor yards ot the Fayette Stockyard Company. Veal calves were scare' with a good demand. Sheep and Iambs .brought good prices. Cattle receipts were heavier with market stronger. A Tiew State regulation causes all cows sold at the auction for dairy purposes to bo accompanied by a health chart. The quotations: Cattle (receipts good)--Common to good steers, $6 to $8.50; commor; to good heifers, S3 to S7; common to good bulls, $6 to $6.75; medium to good fat cows, $5 to $6; bolognas, $4 to $4.75. Calves (receipts Rood) -- Good veals, to $11 and better; common veals, $9.50 to ?10.50; heavy and thin, $5 to $9. Hogs (receipts heavy)--Medium weights, $8 to S8.75; heavy weights, $7.50 to $8.25; light weights, $8.25 to S3; pigs, $2.50 to $5.50 per head; sows, $6.25 to $6.75; boars, $3.50 to $5. Sheep (receipts good)--Lambs, $6 to $9; bucks, $2 to $5; yearlings, 54.50 to $6.50; Rood sheep, $3.25 to $4.50; culls, $2 down. Poultry (receipts good)--Heavy, 16c to 20c; leghorns, 12c to 15c; turkeys, 23c to 28c. Civil War Vet, 102, Dies. INDIANA, Jan. C.--Findley Carney, 102, only CivJl War veteran in the Indiana district and oldest resident of Indiana county, died Wednesday at his home in While township, near here. He was a Republican and haJ voted for Abraham Lincoln and Alf M. Landon, among others. Motor Sales Service Co. Electric Appliance Division JOS So. Arch St. Phone 89} Spy Toll Yoshimiko Kawashima, known u the "Mata Hari of Japan," who was reported shot and killed nt Tientsin, China. According to officials, she directed activities of a Japanese spy rine in Hone KonR, and was supposed to have been in Tientsin in connection with the new projected Central Government of China. David II. Walt Dead. SOMERSET, Jan. 6.--David H. Watt, 76, died Tuesday at his home at Windber. The funeral service was this aftemoon in Windber Presbyterian Church. Interment followed in Richland Cemetery. Paradise Special to The Courier. PARADISE, Jan. 6.--The Woman's Missionary Society met at the home of Mrs. A. M. Gahagan on Wednesday afternoon for the monthly meeting. Nine members were present. The next meeting will be held January 25, at the home of tile president. Mrs. Mnry Conway, 1 daughter, Marjory, and son Lawrence, of Pittsburgh were guests on Christmas Day with Edward Snider and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Ashby and son Jackie of Parkcrsburg, W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce and son Robert of Detroit, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Brown and son Buster of Streator, 111., \vcrc Christmas visitors with Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Ritcnour. Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Lyons and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Lyons and daughter, Reva, were guests Christmas Day with Ray Cooper and family. Mrs. Minna Hosely and Merritt Allen Iiolan spent Christmas at Iron Bridge with Mr. and Mrs. Iden Armel and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McGinnis and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Baker and son, Eugene, Jr., of South Greensbin-g were New Year guests with Mr. and Mrs. John Morris. Misses Rosalie and Emma Lore and Ned Hoke, Jackie Ashby and Buster Brown visited with friends in Greensburg recently. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Zufall and family !,pent Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. William Wall and family of Mcllingertown. Mrs. Wiley Zufall, daughter, Betty, Mrs. H. S. Hoke and Rosalie and Mary Hoke spent a day in Uniontown during the holiday vacation. Mrs. Maxine Freeman and daughter, Roxann, of Latrobe spent a recent evening with Mr. and Mrs. George Freeman and family. Mrs. L. I. Kreinbrook and daughter, Elisabeth, spent a recent Saturday visiting with friends in Levans- ville, Somerset county. Mrs. Wiley Zufall and Mrs. Maurice Stahl are both suffering from severe colds.. Mrs. Thomas Kuhns has returned to her home here after a week's slay in Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, where she received treatment for an injured bone. The severe storm which passed through here a week ago Monday did considerable damage in this irn- Filet Crochet that Makes an Heirloom iHousclioId Arts by £·£. Alice *"''" Brook? To Campaign Against Mother-in-law Jokes Filet Crochet Is Easy Needlework PATTERN 6274- Hero's a design that's been a first prize-winner at countless fairs. It is designed in two companion squares--easy pick-up work. It you prefer you ran make it in one continuous piece and avoid joining the squares. Whether you make scarf, pillow, cloth or spread you'll have handiwork that will be an enduring delight. Pattern C274 contains instructions and charts lor making the squares; materials needed; illustrations of squares and oC stitches. To obtain this pattern send ten cents in coin to The Daily Courier Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th Street, New York, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. PRIEST FACES LIBEL CHARGE By United Press. PITTSBURGH, Jan. 6. -- Facing criminal libel charges preferred by President John P. Sekerak of the Greek Catholic Union, a fraternal or- ganisation. Rev. Andrew Pankov, alias Dr. Andrew M. Panko, for two years pastor of St. John's Greek Catholic Church in East Pittsburgh, is being held on $10,000 bond on a libel charge. The priest is charged with having written, while editor of the Russian language paper, "Vistnik-Mcsscngcr," a scries of articles accusing Sckcrak and other high officers ot the union with misuse of funds and attempted dictatorships. mediate vicinity by blowing · down trees and outbuildings and unrooting houses and barns in several places. 5c 10c 15c To 81.00 Stores VERIFIED VALUES! Big, Thick, - Thtrtsy. wonderful soft and nlisorlicnl. HusWy, Joinf-wonr- hiir veuve. A I I while with colored borders. Convenient Sine. An U n u s u a l Value! Giant Size! Nev/ Colors! Dozens of ^^ JxniB Patterns! SAVE os THIS BAKGAIX: Reg. 15c to 20c Values She 19x30. \ow colors, tn pink, blue, t^rccn, with white horder. We linvc slacks and stack.x of beautiful towels. Let us supply you. SAVING OF BiG VALUES Soft, Absorbent Wash Cloths Hcg. "c Value* for SPECIAL CLOSEOUT! Pure Aluminum lleg. 3!tc Virtues. Men's Dress HOSE Outstanding values. -Stock up and save on this bargain. pair Tripple Dipped Enamel DISH PANS White -with red ri Reg. 3!lc Ladies' Taffeta Three styles to choose from--Luce topj rayon' stripes, tailored. Hcf?- ; ("c Values. EXTRA SPECIAL Misses' and Children's Slipover bright colors. Keg. 5!)c Values. Complete Itnngc of Sizes. S P E C I A L --New Flowered-- Smart colors n.nd patterns--Guaranteed 'fust colors. YA3U) on One Floor 5c and TOc Stores 25c to $1.00 Stores New Somerset Auditor. SOMERSET, Jan. 6.-^ludge N. T. Boose appointed James H. Chunoweth auditor in Conemaugh township to succeed Homer Miitenberger, resigned. Named Appraiser. HARRISBURG, Jan. G.--George P. Brubaker of Berlin, Somerset county, has been named appraiser for Somerset county by Auditor General Warren R. Roberts. By United Press NEW YORK,. Jan. 6.--With the announced purpose of campaigning against "harsh and vulgar mother- in-law Jokes," the Mothcr-In-Law Association (of New York State) filed a trade name certificate with the county clerlt and established temporary headquarters. Sponsors tentatively set February 7 asj "mother-in-law day" and said later! the ideal mother-in-law, son- in-law and daughter-in-law probably would be selected "in a dignified manner." Men's Suede WORK SHIUTS 75c Crew Seek SWEATERS $1.5O Hoys.' Wool SWEATERS $1.00 Men's WOOL SOX 25c 35c 50c Men's Heavy W WORK SHIRTS Chambrey Covert Men's Heavy Ribbed UNION SUITS Random and ecru. Leather Sucile JACKETS $4.95 Cli aimers SHIRTS, 1IRAAVEHS 59c Sheepskin TJncd MOLESKIN COATS $4.95 Men's CORD. 1'AXTS $1.95 OUTFITTER FOR SLEli AND BOYS 134 North Plttsburp-Ji Street PRACTICE THRIFT Shop The Big 202-04 PITTSBURGH STREET Outstanding Meat Department Values Round Roast or Pork Loan Loin Hiir, Ib I7c Sugar Cured Callas^aef Ib. 17c RIB HALF H 5 2 to 5-lb Ro.it Ib 1 JC C«nfor Roait or Chopi, Ib 2lc Shanklcss ib Quality Sioor Bocf--a most economical cut duo to there boing vary littla waste on those cuts of round, each roast or itoalt being practically solid meat. Trust your family by serving one of those tender roasts for Sunday dinner. Chuck Roast Quality StMr St«f Skinned Hams *§" «, 23c CHOICE OO*r CUTS ib JZC Miity Cull, Ib I7c Wilion'i C.rlin.d--Slnctly Hn Gf«d« Chickens *£$£* .« h 79c Mb l-oi to Mb 9-oi N.t F.claij. WtlqM Sliced Bacon . * 25c D.IJctoui Sunnjfi.ld Irind. '/Hb pig lie Keep Your Resolution to Save--With These Bargains PG Soap UUNORY 1Dt",V35c Soap ERS8? 1039C J.', b 15c Mb can Ult can 5c 10c Sani-Flush .or Drano AP Com.' ,19c lona Com C5 ','t: 4 N c!;,'23c lona Green Beans 4± 23c AP Sauerkraut r,^ i'.: 5c lona Hominy STANDARD PACK Icna Tomatoes I Beans with Pork ££ Corned Beef Hash 2«n b .25c Sultana Tuna Fish 2«.. 25c Rajih Syrup ""NO S\ 25 c Siinnyfield 'FLOU» E *£5c Wheaties or Huskies 2 pk,,21c Sunbrite Cleanser 3« r , lOc Grapefruit Juice "«15c Soda Crackers c t;'" SM2c Daily Dog Food ' 6'±25c Sparkle Dessertspoon, IQc Swansdown Soul Pk , 20c Del Monte Peaches 2«n*. 27c lona Peaches 2«:. 23c Del Monte Pineapple,"":c^lOc Cooking or Salad Oil L'H 83c 2-in-l Shoe Polish «. lOc Waldorf Tissue 6r.i,23c -Fresh Fruits and Vegetables- Grapefruit . 12 »., 35c Julcr Florida Crop-70-U Sli. Strawberries 2 ci, 3 §c From Florida Brusselis Sprouts 2^..25c Dtllclouity Ttnd»r Juicy Apples * b 5c Rom* I«au11«i or PAPER THIN SKINS Sorvo Thorn Cteamod Prices Below Effective in All AP Stores in This Vicinity · t ANN PAGE COFFEE o%3 K 14e SJ 39e WHITE HOUSE MILK 4^ 22c PURE LARD "» 2 , NUT MARGARINE SUNNYFfELD FAMILY Mollo Wheat U a pure whit* whtai farine mado from ih* inner qraln of tho wheat. IT it iafo and pure, eailly d!q«tod. and very nourishing. It fi recommond'ed for baby's first solid food. Serv« your family this healthful brvaVfeit food tomorrow. Mello Wheat ts accepted by the American Medical Aito- ctation's Council on Foods. NUTLEY FLOUR SPRY OR CRISCO OXYDCL OR R8NSO FRESH BUTTER .'Si FRESH BREAD 2 i ta I7c S. b READY SLICED

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