The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 14, 1939 · Page 6
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, January 14, 1939
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£'AUK SIX. .'.·HIS UA1JLY COUKJJBR, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1930. PERSONAL MENTION G. W. Newcomer ol East Connclk- vjlle lelt the /middle ol the week for St. Petersburg, Fla, where he will v.sit his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs! R. J. Foster, for the re-, mainder of the month. Start the new year right with a complete set of new ledgers, day books and cash books. Loose" leat supplies anti Shaw-Walker filing equipment. Everything for the office at Kestner*s Book Store, 125 W. Apple St.--Advertisement--6frm-18t Mrs. Walter Sheering of. South Connelliville is visiting for an indefinite period with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Kincnid in- Now York. Mrs. Kincald, who was "stricken with appendjcit'3, is slightly improved. She is still confined to her bed. ·Special for Friday and Saturday: Pies, raisin and peach, 15c each. White Mountain Rolls, lOc dozen. Rose's Bakery. -- Advertisement. -- 13jan-2t. Arthur and Lawrence Duggan," students at Duquensc University, Pittsburgh, arc spending the week-end with their parents, Attorney and Mrs. John Duggan, Jr., in South Pittsburg street. Special for Friday and Saturday: Jcc cream,-25c quart, $1.00 per gallon. Rose's Dairy Store.--Advertise- ment.--13jan-2t. Miss Jessie Boring of Indian Head visited friends in Conncllsvillc Thursday. Lovely $5.00 dresses, plenty large · sizes, now $1.79. Princess Shop.-- -Advertiscment-14-jan.-H. George Soisbon and Mis- Edith Tulley otcndcd the Budge-Vines tennis- match at Duqucsne Gardens Monday evening. " Thomas M. Finley of Washington - was a Connellsville business caller Friday afternoon. · ·· Miss Dorothy Mathias of East Fail-view avenue spent today in Union town. Mrs. Arthur II. Ruff is ill of flu at her home in Race street. Howard Newill, a student nt the University of Pittsburgh, at Pittsburgh, is spending the week-end with hib parents, Dr. and Mrs. D. S. I · Newill,, of South Pittsburg street i Mrs. Oliver P. Moser of Pittsburgh I has returned home afire a visit with her sister, Mrs. Nell Getchell, of North Cottage avenue. Mrs. W. R. Baird has returned to Smithton after a visit with her cousin, Mrs. J. R. Balsley, of 'South Cottage avenue. Aunt Het By ROBERT QUILLEN "I'm thankful I live in a rural section. In u big city a woman can btand beside a flat tue all day and nothm* happens except her tect, get tired." 1938 Auto License Plates Illegal Motorists who haven't secured their 1939 license plates h.ive until Sunday midnight to set them if they wan to operate them on the highways and streets. At that time the extension on the 1938 plates expires and a warning is being issued by the State Moto Police for owners not to have their cars away from home. Car owneis are reminded that littli more than two weeks remain in which to have the new inspection stickers placed on the windshield All cars must have these stickers after midnight, Tuesday, January 31 There aic a large number yet to be inspected. Continued ^rom Page Four, strategy, unless oc can finally get his figure approved by both houses. An upset at the outset, they thought, could easily inspire a runaway Congress. Rearmament hoopla here is 'ading fast. War experts generally consider the President's program as strictly a preparedness precaution, a move primarily to correct our deficiency in airplanes and canal protection. They think he ditched the rearmament program he originally ^contemplated, because of popular reaction to initial feelers. Bulk of defense improvement continues to center in the old prog.-am, · originated a year or two ago, -when it was not called a' rearmament program. That takes care of nearly everything needed, except alrplnnes, and the new program simply brings the air phase up to the others. The army now has 2,010 nloncs. Without FDR's new' program it would have 2,320 by the end of 1940. With this program it will hj're'a total of about 6,000 (2,400 auxiliary ships, 3,600 fighting planes). It means that in 18 months wp will havc'about halt what Hitler has now. - .. ..- · -The. restricted scope of' the program certainly discounts the rumors current in Wall Street lately that this Government expects war before then. tews Agent Slugged, Robbed by Two Thugs Louis Shobey, 18, of West Lciscn ing was knocked unconscious am obbed of between $16 and.$19 by wo men who left him lying along a oad at the mining village Thursday vening. Shobey, an agent for two Pitts urgh newspapers, took advantage o Thursday's payday to make a rounc if his customers .and "collected fo he month. He hac! between $16 ani 19 in a purse and $7.50 in change in his jacket, he told State Troope ohn Beck who investigated the rob bery. While walking through Wcs Lcis-cnring, he said two men walkc up behind him and said "stick 'err up." He said he complied but wa struck over the head with a blun nstrument and was left unconsciou along the highway, about 75 fee from a house. Darwin L. Fitzgerald Dead at Scofldal Held fa Car Wheel Thefts. ONIONTOWN, Jan. 14.--Donald Breaklron, 17, Joseph Ruffner, 18, anc George Bokos, 19, all of Shoaf, are being held by State Police in.con- nection with the theft ol 21 heavy mine car wheels from the Shoaf mine. Several o£ the wheels were traced to a junk dealer. High Quality . DRY CLEANING At Prices' That Save' · - .Sic SCARFS ~ : Sic GLOYES -I ; 20c NECKTIES ..J 8 for 25c SKEBTS 31c Small SWEATEES ._....34c MEN'S SUITS 59c PLAIN DRESSES i.oflc FREE CALL AND DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 1965. SIMONS- Cash Carry CilEANERS 105 South Pittsburc Street. 521 Wnl Crawford Avenue. SCOTT'S SCttAP BOOK By R.J. SCOTT P O L I T I C A L L E A D E R S PUT PRESSURE ON WPA WORKERS AT ELECTION, HOPKINS SAYS ! , NEWS OF THE COURTS] BECOME Cool. A. Dowv( -- lytoS'T of "fat HEArT PEMElA-fES OHLy-WO WCHES iHlb 'frlESAMD- ARABS DISCOVE.R.E.D -fft MANY 2£HilR.\e£ Aqo, AND SCRAPE. A FEW mCrlES OF S AMD AWA/ -1o MAKE. -fftEJR. Reinstatement of an insurance policy, issued by Prudential Insurance Company on the life of John C. Crow, deceased, payable to Ocie V. Cro%v, his wife, of Smithficld, was declared null and void and the policy ordered rescinded and cancelled in an older handed down by Judge W. Russell Carr. The court abo declared that after consideralion, it appeared that neither the pleadings nor the testimony heard raised any substantial dispute of fact which would be controlling in the decision of the court, and handed down a second order ruling out possibility of a trial by jury to settle the disputed issue of fact. VALUES') ·frlE. REl^K OF IX 1939 FOR. "frit OF THE GRIM REAPER FRANCIS M. KELLY I Francis M. (Frank) Kelly, who would have been 50 years old on April H. died at 11:05 o'clock Friday morning at Conncllsvillc State Hospital, where he had been a patient since"January 2.. Mr. Kelly, who resided in Pittsburg street, South Connellsville, was a resident of the ConncUsyillc district the greater part of his lifi. He had lived in Cleveland for about nine years where he was employed as a sheet mill worker. Mr. Kelly, who wac unmarried, was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kelly. He leaves two brothers, James Newton Kelly of South Connellsville and Edward Kelly of 110 West Apple street He was a member of Local No. 177, I. A. T. S. E., having spent many years as a stage worker in the old Colonial and Soisson theatres. JTie funeral service will be held at 3:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the home of his brother, James Newton Kelly, at'South Connelliville. Rev. A. R. Man.sberger, p.T-tor of the SIRS. C. L. MYERS SCOTTDALE. Jan. 14.--Mrs. Martha Elizabeth Myers,, 69 years old, wife of C. L. Myers,' died at 12:15 o'clock this morning at her home near Wesley Chapel. She had been resident of that district for 45 years. She was a member of the Zlon Reformed Church. Besides her husband, she leaves five son's and three daughters: W. G. HosteUcr; S. L., ScoStdalc, R. D.; Mrs. Ray Forsylhc and Mrs. Frank Conn, Huftsdalc, II. D.: C. J., New Alexandria; H. A., Torrance; G. W.. Ruffs- d.ile, and Mrs. John Lynch, Vandcr- grift. There are also 23 grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at Wesley Chapel Church. Burial will be mndc in Wesley Chapel Cemetery. armor. The funeral mass was held this morning at St. Mary's Church at Pocahontas with Rev. I. A. Stritmat- .cr of West Salisbury officiating. In- .ermcnt was made in the church cemetery. JOHN A. DUGAN MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 14.-John A. Dugan, 55, died Thursday morning at his home at Hunker. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Hannah Knight First Methodist Protestant Church, I Hunker; his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth 1 Duflan, Alliance, Ohio; a bister, Mrs SCOTTDALE, Jan. 14.--Darwin L. Fitzgerald, ,73 years old, died at 2 o'clock thi? morning at his home nt 1302 Loucks avenue after a lingering illness. Mr. Fitzgerald had been a resident of Scottdale for 45 years. He was a retired employe of · the American Sheet and Tin Plate Company for 22 years. Besides his wife, Addie, le is survived by one son, Norwin T. of Kittanning, one daughter, Mrs. ;. M. Adams of Bryn Mawr, and one brother, Ernest ol Apollo. Tha body has been removed to the Murphy Funeral Home where friends may call. The funeral service will be icld at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at that place. Interment will be mode in Hornewood Cemetery. Shanksvillc Defeated. Stonycreek Township of Shanks- vllle suffered a 20 to 14 setback at the hands of Somerset Township. will officiate. Interment will be made in Chestnut Hill Cemetery in charge of Funeral Director John H. D. Sibcl. MISS. LOUISE MAY CONFLUENCE, Jan. 14. -- Mrs. Louise May, 66 years old, died Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Richard Flowers, at Ursina, where she hud resided for the past seven ycani. She was born in Germany and came to this county when a girl. She was married to Fntcman May who preceded her in death. Mrs. May is survived by seven children. Mrs. May was a member of the Church of God at Ursina. The funeral scrvire was held Friday afternoon at the home. Interment followed in Ursina Cemetery. MRS. EDWARD PADFIELD MEYERSDALE, Jan. 14.--Mrs. Edward Padilcld, 45 old, died Thursday evening at her home in Grant street. Sh« leaves her husband and two children, Edward, Jr, and Virginia, both at home. MRS. ELIZABETH PKTROSKY Mis. Elizabeth Pctrosky, 74 years old, died Friday at the home o£ a daughter, Mrs. Catherine Mutansky, of Continental No. 1 after an extended illness. ' Vflini Frill MlBtl Mill At Awupdll, It's FRISCILLAIANE-WAYNE MORRIS JOHNNIE 'SCAT DAVIS JANE BRYAN · EDDIE ALBERT RONALD REAGAN · JANE WYMAN ,*^HENRY 0-NEIL - Dlmed hy WM. KEIGHLEY /£,,*' -." Pmottcdbr WARNER BROS. Vs*'' ALSO COMEDY, CARTOON, NEWS OUR NEXT ATTRACTION "HARD TO GET" 3ES Mattie Fisher, Columbus, Ohio; four Brothers, Harry. Raymond, Russcl and Alton, all of Alliance, and one grancIdauKhtcr. Mr. Dugan was a member of SL Matthew's Lutheran Church of Hunker, Knights of Malta of Elizabeth Loyal Order of Moose of Uniontown Foresters of America and Order o: Railway Conductors. The funeral service will be held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at St Matthew's Church with Rev. Luther Faekler officiating. Interment will be made in the church cemetery. JAMES McKENZIE MEYERSDALE, Jair. 14.--James M. McKcnzic, 75, died Thursday a his home in Greenville township near Pocahontas. He was a native o Somscrset county and a son of the late Ambrose and Rachel Long McKcnzic Besides his wife, Rebecca, he leaves these children: Herbert and Wilbert Meycrsdale, R. D.; Elmer and Robert, and Mrs. Mary Blank, Mt. Savage; Augustus, Glencoc; James Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. Viola Zweibuck, Akron, Ohio. He also leaves 38 grandchildren and threi great-grandchildren. He was i Efforts are being made by county officials to olTcct some sort of compromise on the county's huge indebtedness to the Commonwealth on bonds and fines due the State. To this end, Commissioner John W Rankm, Controller Albcrl Montgomery and Chief Clerk Eatl Huston left for Harrbburg to confer with the State Attorney and Attoney General Guy K. Bard. Because of the county's financia ssltuation, it is believed b officials that it would mean a tremendous "lift" at the present time .should sucl a compromise of this gigantic in- By United Prcw. WASHINGTON, Jan. 14.--Hany . Hopkins told the Senate Com- icrce Committee Friday that local leaders in Pennsylvania put the prcssuic" 1 on Works Pro- ·ess Admlnistrati 511 employes dur- ng the November election campaign etwcen former Governor George H. Sarlc, D., and Senator James J. Davis, R. The commerce committee is con- idering Hopkins' nomination as Scc- ctary of Commerce. A second Administration cabinet appointee, Jorner Governor Frank Murphy, of Michigan,, appears before a Senate 'udiciary sub-committee later today n connection with his nomination o; Attorney General. Hopkins was vigorously criticized by Senator Hiram W. Johnson, R., Cal. "We repeatedly told the people in 'ennsylvania that they didn't have 5 contribute to any political campaign," Hopkins said. "We told them no one could take their jobs away." "That may be so," Johnson said, but the thing that disturbs me is that all these horrible things had aken place before you took any interest in them." debtcdness be authorities. arranged with State Civil sessions are scheduled to open Monday, January 23, in Fayctte coun ty courts. In the interim, pre-tria conferences are being held by coun scl for litigants, with Judge H. S Dumbauld presiding. AMOS LINDEMAN MEYERSDALE, Jan. 14.--Amos Lindeman, 85 years old, died Thursday morning at his home at Summit Mills near here alter a short illness. A coal miner, Mr. Unde- man was born January 6. 1853, a son of the late Henry and Jane Hi-rt Lindeman. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Albert Brennemiin of Summit Mills and Mrs. Milen Opel of Cortland, Ohio; one brother, .Nelson Lindeman of Mcyersdale, H. D.; one sister, Mrs. Minerva Ohlcr of Huntingdon, 16 grandchildren and four great-iirandchildrcn. The funeral service was conducted this afternoon in the Summit Mills Brethren Church by Rev. O. A. Lorcnz, pastor of the Mcyerttdale Brethren Church. Interment followed in Lichty Cemetery. PETER GORDON Peter Gordon, 65 years old, of Lemont, died at 12:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at Uniontown Hospital whcic he had been a patient for nine months. He had been a resident of the Lcmonl district since 1886. He leaves two children, Helen and Edgar; one brother, James Gordon of Yaugcr Hollow, and two jisl'jrs, Mrs. George Ridley of Youngstown and Mrs. Mary Anderson of Lemor.t. The funeral will be held Monday afternoon with a brief service at 1:30 o'clock at the home of his brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Ridley, followed by full rites at 2 o'clock at the Cove Run Free Methodist Church. Rev. Gilmorc will officiate. Interment will be made in the Cove Run Cemetery in charge of Funeral Director James T. Burhans. Will of Joseph Richnavsky, Georges township, who died December 9, wa probated by Register of Wills Bruc F. Sterling on application of John Richnavsky, Uniontown, R. D. 3 Personal estate amounts to $130 whil real estate includes three lots in Warren township, Trumbull county Ohio. On application of F. C. Newcomer Uniontown, the will of Mary J Eicher, Mcnallen township, who die January 1. was probated. Persona estate was set nt $850 with rea estate estimated at $7,000. Letters of administration wer granted by Register Sterling to Will iam J. Ruble, Fairchance, on the $7 personal estate of Velma Ruble, Fair chance, who died December 11 Uniontown Hospital. William P. Martin, Farmington was granted letters' of administrate on the ?100 personal estate of Gilbcr C. Calhoun, Wharton township, wh died last July 18 in Uniontown Hos pital. Quitclaim deed was executed b county commissioners to Robert C Herron, Dunbar, on seven acres ground in Dunbar borough for consideration of $80. The deed wa acknowledged in accordance with th act of assembly of 1937, P. L. 787. MRS. MARY C. RALSTON After a short illness, Mrs. Mary Cameron Ralston, 87 years old, mother of Hev. Cameron Ralston of Point Marion, died Friday at her home at Richmond, Va. Somerset Native Dies. SOMERSET, Jan. 14.--Henry H. Wolford, '75, native of Somerset county and a pensioner of the Cambria plant of Bethlehem Steel Company, died Thursday at Johnstown. PERCHERpN COLT FOR FRIDAY, 13TH ON GAULT FARM The first colt of the New Year wa born on Friday, the 13th at the farm of Mr. and Mis. George G. Gault i Lower Tyrone township. The colt is a registered Perchero mare and is presumably the first born this year in Fayette county. Dr. S. D. McConncll Dies. Rev. Dr. Samuel D. McConnell, one of the oldest Protestant Episcops! clergymcn of the country, died Thursday at his home at Easton, Md., at the age of 93. A native of Westmoreland county, he had served in Watertown and Middletown, Conn., and Philadelphia and Erie, Pa. His last charge -was in New York. Max Schmcllng in Jam. LONDON. Jan. 14.--The Daily Herald reported that Max Schooling, former world heavyweight champion, is reported "in trouble with the Nazi authoritiess." He has been interrogated quite a few times by the propaganda ministry. N E C E S S I T Y is a stern master Burial ol your loved' ' ones is one of the most imperative . , . and · saddest . . . necessities of life. Years of experience enable us to _ help you discharge this obligation. ChasA. . McCormick FUXERAt, SERVICE 30G.So. Kttsbure St. 85-J --Phone-- 85-M Today Only -- Also T«» Itijr Serials, "TIM TYLER'S LUCK" Showing Matinee Onlj, nnd "S. O. S. COAST GUARD" Jtomluy. Tiio(lny. Wcdncsduy--Big Double Feature iOMETHliNfi NEW ON THE SCREEN! THE NEW BOARDING SCHOOL BLUE BLOODS WERE JUST DAMES TO THESE ROWDY REFORM SCHOOL ROMEOS!... and they went to vroetc on thomt OrtotoJ l««d EUSCUm Morton OmftX b? X R L E KENTON MAX a GOLDEN COMEDY o C'lMIlKNT NEVv'S «SELECTED SHORT SL'BJECTSO

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