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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSV1LLE, PA. PAGE SEVEN. S C O T T D A L E COUNCILMEN " REORGANIZE E. L. Stoner Made Chairman; Howard Frank Borough Manager. NEW MEMBERS TAKE SEATS SCOTTDALE, Jan 4.--Reorganizing Monday evening after credentials o£ new members had been accepted, Courcil named E. L Stoner chairman, Howard C. Frank secretary and borough manager, and Thomas H Rutherford, treasurer. Frank Ganoe was rcappolntcd chief of police, Wjlllam Weaver and John Warrlck policemen and Harry Colborn borough vvcighmastcr. Philip Eckman was a third candidate for the police job. Completing unfinished business,, Council referred back to Solicitor John L. Ilollison for further invcsti- gation the matter of a claim against the borough for damages, filed by Mrs Hada McClain in behalf of her daughter. It is charged the girl fell on Broadway some years ago and was Injured The flrc department presented its list of officers to Council for oppioval and action was deferred Another meeting will be held next Monday lor the purpose of completing the budget. Figuies must be prepared on blanks burnished by the State for that purpose and the completed budget must be filed with Harrisburg authorities by January 15. Borough Manager Frank expressed his appreciation of past cooperation given him and also for his reelection to the post. The councilmanic body is now composed of E L Stoner, Julius Adam-;, Ross Kalp, D. H Kelly, B C. Bell, Frank Divcn, Albert Shirer, George Murray, Ed Hickcy, H V. Overholt, Roy Baker and Earl Sturtz. Firemen Called Twice. The Scottdale Volunteer Fire Department had two calls Monday evening, the first at 5 o'clock to the home of Paul Killany, of Scottdale avenue, when a short circuit in Christmas tree lighting ignited the tree. Curtains, and blinds in the room were damaged. The second call was at 6 30 o'clock to extinguish discarded Christmas trees gathered up by boys and fired in South Chestnut street. Farewell Party. A farewell party will be held at St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church Friday evening for the pastor. Rev. Frederick C P. Kurd, who will go to Wyoming, where he has accepted a pastorate. Personal. Miss "Alice V. Hocy of Washington, D. C, and Miss Rose Agnes Hocy of Lcisenrlng were week-end gucsts of their brother, John J. Kearney. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul R Roger of Grove street have returned home from Buckhanon, W. Va,, where they spent the holidays. Fred Cole of Leisennng visited with friends for a few days Nation's Death Toll Over New Year Now 320 The Nation's celebration over the New Year holiday week-end resulted jn at least 320 violent deaths, a United Press survey revealed Monday. However, the number of fatalities was 50 per cent lower than the total of 625 deaths recorded during the Christmas week-end Complete reports are expected to raise the total for both holiday observances to over 1,000. Illinois, with 5G dead, led all states. Twenty-three were caused by traffic accidents. Cook county (Chicago) alone reported 39 deaths, more than the next highest state Twenty-five died in the New York City metropolitan area. There were 31 deaths in New York state and 27 in Pennsylvania. Five boys and girls, all Ohio high school students, were killed when their automobile crushed through i guard rail at a downtown Butler, Ind, crossing and was sti uck by a New York Ccntial Railroad passenger train Alcohol poisonings tallied seven deaths in Ohio nnd two at an indi- gcnts' home at DCS Moincs Twenty person*; died in New England. Ten of the deaths were al- tributcd to one of the most severe Hizzards in the section in two years. At Chicago, Drydem Northcott, 19, socially prominent son of a meat packing company executive, was shot and killed when he slipped on ice-coated steps while carrying a rifle. The gun was dischaigcd accidentally when he fell Deposit Ordered On All Milk Bottles HARRISBURG, Jan 4--A five- cent deposit on all milk bottles in Faycttc, Greene, Indiana, Washington, Westmoreland and part of Somerset counties becomes, effective January 16, the Milk Commission announced The order appliii to stores and customers, as. well The commission said that because in that area a large volume of milk was sold wholesale by distributors to stores, the losses were so high that it affected the price of milk, being passed on to consumers, and producers. At a recent healing at Uniontown, dcdlcts testified they rulTcred heavy from umctumcd bottlu. Seven Ohio Students Killed in Auto-Train Crash Wreckage ot the Students' Automobile. Bound for a movie at Butler, Ind, seven high school students of Hicksville, Ohio, and Edgei- ton, Ohio, were killed when their automobile was struck by a New York Central passenger tram near Butler. The victims were Margery Roan and her niece, Gwendolyn Roan of Hicksville, and Marvin Miller, Lowell Blthe, Richard Staub, Merle Favcr and Jacob Staurer, all of Edgcrton --Central Press. Confluence Hotel Manager Victim Of Heart Attack CONFLUENCE, Jan 4--The funeral service for John William Markle, manager of Dodds Hotel, who died of a sudden heart attack Friday evening, v\as Keld Monday afternoon at the residence. Rev. J. S. Shannon, pastor ot the Lutheran Church, officiated. Interment was in Addlson Cemetery. Mr. Markle was born at Summit Point, W. Va., a son of Mr. and Mrs K. L. Markle Coming here during the building of the Western Maryland railroad in the copacity of a civil engineer, he met and married Miss Laura Marquart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marquart The wedding took place in November, 1918 After his marriage he became engaged -in state highway work at Pikeville, Ky, returning here two years ago. Last May he became manager of the hotel and was in apparent good health up to the time ot his death. In addition to his wife he is survived by one daughter, Mary Catherine Markle, nib mother, and several brothers and sisters W. P. I. A. League Schedule Continued from Page Five Township at Point Marion, South Union Township at Georges Township. February 15--Redstone Township at Monongahcla Township, Point Marion at German Township, Gcoiges Township at North Union Township February 18--Monongahela Township at Point Marion, German Township at Georges Township, , North Union Township at South Union Township SECTION" 4--CLASS A Today--Monesscn at Uniontown, Charleroi at Donora, Monongahcla at Brownsville. January 7--Uniontown at Char- lero, California at Monongahela, Brownsville at Monessen January 11--Monessen at Donora, Uniontown at Brownsville, Cbarlcroi at California. January 14--Monongahcla at Uniontown, Donora nt California, Brownsville at Chnrlerol. January 18--Uniontown at Donora, Charleroi at Monongahela, California at Monessen. January 21--California at Uniontown, Donora at Brownsville, Monessen at Monongahcla January 25--Monongahela at Donora, Charleroi at Monessen, Brownsville at California. January 28--Umontown at Monessen, Donora at Charleroi, Brownsville at Monongahela. February 1--Charleroi at Uniontown, Monongahela at California, Monessen at Brownsville. February 4--Brownsville at Uniontown, Donora at Monesscn, California at Charleroi February 8--Uniontown at Monon- gahcla, California at Donora, Charleroi at Brownsville February 11--Donora at Uniontown, Monongahela at t Charleroi, Monessen at California. Febiuarj- 15--Uniontown at California, Brownsville nt Donora, Monongahela at Monesscn. February 18--Donora at Mononga- hcla, Monessen at Charleroi, California at Brownsville. 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But Hclfur today values the ms.ltu- munl at $00,000 Hr estimates that his 'Strid" still w i l l be yielding its golden tones 150 ycms hence News of Day Special to Tho Courier DUNBAR, Jan. 4--Good Luck Council, Daughters ot America, will install officers Friday evening at 7 30 o'clock in the Junior A. U A M. Hall. After the meeting a covered-dish supper will be served. Members are asked to bring their own silver and plates. Collegiate;, Return to Studies. Among local collcgiates who have returned to their respective schools upon conclusion of the holiday vacation arc Thomas Lyons, who is attending an embalming school in Cin- clmtti; Arthur Ciamacco and Miss Saia Blackwcll to Pcnn State, Doris Parker and Louise Burhans to Hood, Louis Burhans and Jane Smith to Duke University, Eawln Guie and James Gilmore to Mount Union, Emily Greenwood and Marian Johnston to Grove City; Paul and "William Johnston to Washington and Jefferson; Charles Bryncr to WajncsburR; Edwin Baker to Thicl; Silvio Di- Blasio to Pitt. Williams Class to Meet. The regular business and social meeting of the Williams Bible Class of the Presbyterian Church will be held Friday evening nt the home of Mrs A. H. Hampton in Railroad street Other Items of Interest. William Bowdcn, who is head of the English department at West Nottingham University at Color.i, M d , will return there Wednesday after spending the holidays here with h\s mother, Mrs W R. Bovvden. Miss Nellie Callahan, who is employed in Pittsburgh, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Callahan. Owing to the week of prayer -services the resuhr boird meeting of the Methodist Protestant Church, scheduled for Thursday has been postponed Mrs George Topper and sons, Cljde and Junior, and daughter, Jean, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Topper Mr and Mrs John Mort and son. Jack, spent the holida s at the home of Mrs Mort's mother, Mrs, Bloom, of Clearficld Jackie Mort celebrated the fifth anniversary of his birth on New Year Day Mr nnd Mrs. Harold Weed and infant son of Senimahoning, who spent the Chns.tmis holidays at the home of Mrs Weed's (mother, Mrs Bessu- Hcrshbergcr, left Sunday to ·spend a few days with Mrs Weed's brothcr-m-lavv and sister, Mr and Mrs Lester Daughcrty, of Hays W.iHcr Pope of Bryson Hill, who has been quite ill, is showing improvement although he is still bedfast Mr and Mrs Charles Harvey and daughter, Arlenc-, of Frederickstown were recent guests of relatives here Mrs. Edward Brubaker is confined to her bed with pleurisy Her mother, Mrs Laura Breakiron, who has been ill with grip, is now able to be about Mrs Thomas Clements, who has been ill at the home of an aunt, Mrs Alice Guthrie, of Waynesburg since Christmas, is somewhat improved Mr Clements was visiting here Sunday Mary Catherine Medvec, who spent a week at the Guthno home, returned on Sunday evening Mrs Dally Burled. Funeral service for Mrs Erma Dailoj, widow of John Dailcy, was held Monday morning Brief rites at the home were followed by requiem high mass at St Aloyslus Church with the ppstor, Rev. Father John Lyons, as celebrant Interment was in the church cemetery Pallbearers were Clarence Mortin, Joseph Courtney, William Doyle, Paul Long, Amos Turnbaugh, John Wadsworth and John Bigley. Woman Held In Swindle. NEW YORK, Jan 4--Held under bail of $50,000 as the brains of a gigantic Long Island real estate swindle involving nbout $2,000,000 is Mrs, Ethel Goldncr. It is charged that 1,500 Slovak-Americans of New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Connecticut nnd New Jersey were victimised by n sjndicate of 39 persons \vho hive been indicted Will Educate Adults WASHINGTON, Jan. 4--Units of the Federal forum project for adult education will be operated in several st itcs this yc.ir, John W Stude- bnkcr, commissioner of education, siul The I'cunsvKania forum will In cst ibli hcd in Tyione w i t h State Colics'-, I cw istown, Clearlicld and Lock 11 iv on cooperating Slee! Corporation Official Native Son Of Mount Pleasant MOUNT PLEASANT,, Jan 4 -R. E Zimmerman, who on Saturday became a vice-president of the United States Steel Corporation of Delaware in charge of research, is a native of Mount Pleasant. Mr Zimmerman was, graduated from Franklin Marshall College and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was first associated with the American Sheet Tin Plate Company in 1924 and had been a vice-president of United States Steel since 1933. Thomas Moses, former president of H. C. Fnck Coke Company, became a vice-president in charge of raw materials for U S. Steel JEWELS WORTH $27,000 STOLEN IN AUTOCR4SH MIAMI, Fla , Jan 4--Police announced Monday that they expect an arrest momentarily in their search for the man who picked up a purse containing $27,000 in Jewels when Mrs. Clara Austin of Greenwich Conn, was killed in an auto-tram accident here Loss of the jewels was reported by Mrs Harry R Luce, wife of the publisher of Time magazine and daughter of Mrs Austin She said the ycnr included two diamond and sapphire bracelets, a diamond and sapphire ring and a diamond brooch Witnesses told police the purse was thiown clear ot Mrs Austin's car after it collided with a passenger train It was picked up by a man standing nearby, they said Police said they had "a good description" of the man Joel Jacobs, also of Greenwich, was injured critically in the collision. Mrs. Austin, the wife of Dr Albon E Austin of Greenwich, was the former Mrs Anne Clare Soothe of Chicago. Perryopolis PERRYOPOLIS, Jan. 4 --Mis Geneva Buttcrmorc, accompanied by Miss Ada Buttermorc, sang two numbers at the Redstone Presbyterian Church on Tuesday night a the banquet given by the Younj, Mcn'i Bible Class for the Young Women's Class. Matthew Cortex of Washington, 1: spending a week with his parents Mr. and Mrs William Cortez Mrs Scott Dunham returned Pittsburgh on Tuesday after a visi with her mother, Mrs. Maria Lam- mic, for a few days Mr. and Mrs Webster Luce were in Irwm on Sunday visiting Mrs Luce's sister, Mrs. Andrew Sistck who is ill. Mrs. Lcora Davidson of Uniontown and Mrs Mina Armstrong o Connellsvillc wqre guests of Mr. ant Mrs, William Armstrong on Sunday Miss Btulah Layhew of Detroit Mich, and Mr. and Mrs. Racburn McClmtock of Ridgeway have re turned home after visiting Mr. an Mrs. Hazlctt Layhew. Golden Yellow BANANAS 5 Ib. 23c Juicy California ORANGES each 1c TANGERINES each 1c Te\as Seedless GRAPEFRUIT, 7 for 25c Well Bleached CELERY stalk 5c Purple Top TURNIPS 4 Ib. 15c Arizona LETTUCE 2iieads15c Well BkaUivd ESCAROLE 3 Ib. 25c 137 W. Cr^iiford A v c ConnclBlvlIlc. 1'eiina MINERS WILL TAKE TESTS THIS WEEK Coal miners of the vicinity will take their examinations for certificates of competency and quahflca- rons on Wednesday at Dunbar Firemen's Hall and Thursday in City Hall here. The latter date is tor men of Davidson, Trotter and the three Lciscnrings and the Dunbar date is for vvoikers of that vicinity. Examination sessions will begin promptly at 8 o'clock in the morn- ng ind 1 o'clock in the afternoon Che Dituminous Miners' Examining Board is composed of Earl Miller of Indian Head, chairman; E. H. Davics of Luzcrnc township and Paul Vucish of Alexandria, Westmoreland county, secretary. The board chaiiman announced hat "no person shall be qualified to .akc the examination unless he produces evidence ot having had not ess than two years' practical experience in thj bituminous coal mines of this Commonwealth as a miner or who has served as a miner s appren- :icc for two ycirs A certificate ihall not be granted unless the applicant appears in person before the joard and answers orally, intelligently and correctly at least eight practical questions propounded to mm " Certificates for coal miners in the bituminous industry are required by legislation enacted last year by the State Legislature. CHECKWEIGHMAN DECREE VACATED BYJUDGE HUDSON Special to The 'Courier UNIONTOWN, Jan 4 --In his last official act ns president judge of the Fayette county common pleas court, Judge Thomas II Hudson Friday signed a court order to permit testimony to be taken in the miners' checks clghman dispute "within the next 30 days " In the brief order handed down in open court, Judge Hudson stipulated: "Upon reargumcnt of the matter, the order entered on October 20 Is set aside and petition irinstated, tach party to this proceeding may take testimony before the court within the ne\t 30 days " The dispute over the number of checkwcighmen to be rccognbed by a company resulted in action brought by Mike Baron, Thomas McCormick and Raymond Wazniak of Colonial No. 4 Mrs. Sillluaffon Burled. Largely attended was the funeral service for Mrs. Carrie Stillwagon held at the home in North Pittsburg street Thursday afternoon. Rev. A. R. Mansberger, pastor of the Methodist Protestant Church officiated. Pallbearers were James Laughery, .Kenneth Laughcry. Melvm Turney, James Pickett, Pat Stillwagon and Thomas Gregg Interment was in Hill Grove Cemetery. Dr. King's Mother Dead. Mrs. Catherine King, 87, mother of Dr. Francis J. King of this city, died Sunday at Misencordia Hospital, Philadelphia, which city was her lomc She was the mother also of Dr. Charles King of MeKccsport. Dr. and Mrs F J King will attend the funeral Wednesday. Ltgonicr Beats Rockvvood. Ligonler defeated Rockwood, 25 to !2, at the former's gym while the vis ting Junior Varsity took a 15-12 decision over Ligonler cnccxi COLDS and FEVER Salve. Nose Drops Gr*t day Liquid, Tablet! Hcidachc. 30 minutes. Try "RuH-My-Tlsm -World'i Ben Liniment What Does it Say in Your Home-"Good-Bye" or "The Most of The, Best for The Least from Your ASCO Store?" Four Real Food Bargains-SAVE ON THESE! 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