The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 5, 1938 · Page 7
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, January 5, 1938
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PAGE SEVEN. Supreme Court Hears Margiolti Argue Tenure Aci By United Press. i PHILADELPHIA, Jan 5 --The Teachers' Tenure Act ot April 6, 1937, was described os a regulatory system ot employment between the State and its employes by Attorney General Ch.irlcs J Margiotti yesterday in defending constitutionality of the measure before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court The high t 1 ibunal, after Mirgiotti's defense, took under advisement ap- peals by eight boroughs and townships from decision of Faycttt, Lackawanna, Westmoreland, Allegheny, Wayne and Columbia county courts Perryopplis PERRYOPOLIS, Jan 5 --The Three-Table Bridge Club held its annual Christmas party and busi- nes» meeting Thmsday night at the home of Mrs. Rist Stimmel Officers for tht year ate (Pcrsident, Mrs W P Lint, vice-proildcnt, Miss Vanelia [Hamilton, and sccretaty- trcasurer, Mrs R W Echard Mrs R P Kamerei and Mrs Ira Blair -Utended a New Year party Sdtuiday afternoon in the Anbury Church in Unlontown Mis Abiu Dillinccr ind Mrs J M Stump \i ere hostesses The members of the Women's Club were entertained Saturday cf- tei noon by the Saturday Af tei noon i Club of Vandcrbilt at the home ot Misses Giace and Nellie Snjdu | D B Mlllward, who has been ill i for sevei al months, celebrated his | 80th birthday on Sunday Two sons and thtir \vives were guests They wire Mr and Mrs Harry Mlllward and Mi and Mrs George Mlllward of Brounsvjllc A grandson and hib wife, Mi and Mrs Earl MilUvard of Biownsvillo a granddaughtih, Mrs N |W. Mclntyie ot Washington, an- othei KI indbon, L L Lowthcr of this pi ici, and a daughter, with whom ho lives Mis Maiy Lowthei, spent the day'hcic Mrs J H Eskin, Miss Clnrabellc Eskcn, Miss Dorothy Jenkins, and j Miss Verne Athey spent the weekend in Oil City with Mrs N G Anderson and Jesse Eskin. | Newam Kamerer his returned to her school in Aspmwall James Wolfe, instructor in Norwm High School, has returned there Mrs T T Thorpe and son Edum \isitcd the foimers diughtit, Mrs Howard Workman, ot near Connclls- ville on Sunday. NEWS OF THE COURTS Use our Cl issiflcd Advertisements Special to The Courier UNIO2JTOWN, Jan 5--Toll rc- cupts and expenditures of the M isontown bi idgc, compiled by Clerk Rebecca McDowell have been lelcased by County Commissioner John W Rankm Total receipts for 1937 reached S2761540 total expenditures, $G,!)76 13, including costs of paint and other uork necessaiy to keep the budge in repau Net balance December 31 was $30,639 27 Of this amount, Fayette county it-cones 58 per cent, for a total of $11,97078, and Greene county 42 Lower Tyrone Justice Takes Oath of Office John E Smith ot Lower Tyrone township on Tuesda received his oith of office as a justice of the peace Mr Smith, who resides near Dawson, took his oath in the office of Piothonotary John J. Biady at Union tou n per cent, for a totil of S8.CG8 49 The net receipts show an mcicuse of 31,90075 over those for 1936 Patronuo those who advertise. All persons owing money to this store are hereby notified to make immediate arrangements for payment. We are' quitting business, and it is imperative that we collect this money at once. (Signed) ENANY'S After over 20 years of successful and honoralc business dealing in Connellsvillc, I am finally forced to Quit Business. It is a hard blow to me but due to uncontrol- able conditions I can see no other way out. So come on friends, pay me at least one last visit before it's all over. I promise you bargains upon bargains, real honest to goodness merchandise, that should have sold for at least twice as much as it's marked. I am taking a terrific LOSS, but at least, I want you, my past friends, to get the benefit of this loss instead of selling it out to out-of-town stock buyers. v And Remember This Is a Legimate Sale With a Reason--Not Excuse-See You at the Store! (Signed) Ckas. Enany V Men's Dress SOX 95c doz. Men's Silk and Wool Dress Sox !(0c Value, now 17c 3Icn\ All Wool SWEATERS SH] (her or Cont style. AH colors. S'o §5.00 -values 3148S228 Men's Heavy SHAKER SWEATERS $P.OO value $1.58 Out They Go ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S HIGH GRADE SHIRTS and SHORTS AND MEN'S HIGH GRADE Regular 35c Values Regular 50c Values 27c-4for$1 JFOK In Three Groups All Reg. $20.00 Values AT QUITTING' BUSINESS SALE PRICES Ladies' bucdc Shoes, Pumps, Straps, Ties Values, to ftl.95, in Broivn, B l a c k , Green, Patent $2.49 Men's Work SHOES TJskide or leather soles. $2.95 -value $1.95 Ladies' Golashes 75c Men's Dress OXFORDS To $!J.50 -value $1.95 To $5.00 l u l u o $2.95 WORK SHOES $4.50 Values $2.95 Men's 4-Bkle ARTICS $1 .95 All Reg. $25.00 Values Choice of Any Other SUIT or COAT In Stock Values To $35.00 Men's Heavy Ribbed UNION SUITS §1.25 Values 68c and 88c Ribbed. Shirts Drawers 75c Value 44c each Reg. 85c WORK SHIRTS 48c Five Bros. WORK SHIRTS With ncvi t'calnro: extra piece under arm to prevent binding. Sec tills iicn shirt. $1.50 value. 68c Men'* Vino All Wool DRESS PANTS Values to $4.50, $1.95. Others $2.95 and $3.95 Boys' Zipper Plaid JACKETS All wool. $1.!I5 inluo Men's Corduroy DRESS PANTS $1.50 Values $2.50 Men's Blue Melton JACKETS SI.OO Value Vanity or Buffet Sets, regular $2.50 vaBue $1.25 Damask Table Squares, $1.95 value 88c Pillow Cases, hand finished pr 75c Luncheon Cloths, $1.25 vol. 50c Bridge Sets, $2.00 value 75c MEN'S FINE FELT HATS $1.77 Values to $4.00 Jfo-Hhero Jn to^n can jon )uj such lino quality hats nt such drastically lew prices,. WE MUST SELL EJI-- WE'JRE QUITTING. That's why the price is so low. Men's Fine BROADCLOTH SHIRTS Ail regular $1.50 tallies 88c All regular $2.00 -values $1.29 Truly the Iicstlmj in town 145 W. Crawford Connellsi lllc, Pa. Across From Parking I ol. Boys' Winter Union Suits All sl/es. Values. 73c to $1.00, now49eand59c Boys' Longies Blue cheviots, tweeds, worsteds. $2.50 BOYS' SHIRTS All si/es--$1.00 -values 39c and 59c Men's WORK PANTS 98cto$1.33 LUGGAGE Regular $1.50 Bags 77c $2.50 Bags $1.00 $4.00 Bags $1.50 ^«BB Men's and Boys' TENNIS SHOES lo $1.95 -Millies--While They Last 59c Large Comforts Silk or Cotton Filled. Itcgulur $10.00 Value Sjc Them! $4.95 Men's Quality PAJAMAS Uejruliir $1.95 Values 88c $2.95 Value $1.29 Men's All Wool WORK SOX 35c Value 15c 50c Value 25c Blanket Lined Overall Jackets $2.00 Value $1.59 WITH PRICES RISING, AND PLENTY OF COLD WEATHER YET TO COME, IT'S JUST PLAIN GOOD JUDGMENT TO BUY NOW! Jl Sale With a Reason--I POLICE MAKE 593 A R R E S T S IN 12 MONTHS in Y e a r ' s Collection Fines and Forfeits Totals $3,335. DRUNKENNESS LEADS CHARGES City police, duung 1037 made 503 arrests and collected $3,335 in fines and forfeits, it was revealed in lie annual report of Chict Andrew \V Thomas rcaa by Mayor Ira D Younkm to the "old" City Council m Monday Morning Ibis compaicd \utii 802 aircsts nnd S3.3SO in fines and forfeits m 1930 -ina 329 arrests and $450 50 in fines and foifeits in 1935 Public drunkenness hcided the is! of charges, 200 being arrested Disorderly conduct ran second with 80 and \iolations of the parking ordinance was third with 55 Ot the 593 arrested 206 paid fines or left forfeits 188 wcie discharged, 84 icleased and 55 committed There were 420 white males, 30 white females, ll r blnck males and 28 black fern-lies Hie policemen Investigated a total of 74 automobile accidents during the yeai but none was fatal as the city mcicased its deathless record from motoi mishaps to three consecutive years, the last having been on Jimmy 1, 1915 Police investigated 420 complaints performed S3 requests for assistance went on special duty 119 times and iccovercd 39 btolcn automobile* The police ear patrol coveied It r ll miles and the motorcycle 4 009 miles, a combined total of 15,610 miles Ancstt on \arious charges ucre as follows. Public drunkenness 2GO, diunk and disorderly, 48, disorderly conduct, 86, suspicious person 31, run away from home, 6 gambling, 39; maintaining disorderly, 'i, inmitcs disorderly house, 4, brcnkmg, cntci- ing and 1-rceny 6 larceny, 41; violation pirking ordinance. 53, as- snult and battery 1, passing worthless checks, 3, malicious mischief, 5, felonious cutting, 1 murder, 1 Ihc nationalities were American, 389, Italian 41. Slovak, 35. Polish, 36, German, 20, Austrian, 12, Welsh, 10, Russion, 8; Hungarian, 8, Assyrian, 6, Irish 9, Jew, 5, Greek, 7, English, 5, Swede, 2, total 593 The general conduct ot the patrolmen during the year \\as excellent, Chief Thomas reported Mrs. Thomas Freed's Father Dies in South Harry Bruner, Gl years old, father of Mrs Thomas Freed of the White Front partmcnts, widely known Sheffield hotel min, musician and sportsman, died Friday, December 24, at St. Petersburg, Fla , where he went early in December for the benefit of hh health He was born at Riceville, Pa, and was emplojed by the Pennsylvania Railroad, flrst at West Hickory and later at Oil City He later went to Eric where he conducted an automobile business until 1922 when he moved to Sheffield and purchased the Lee House, \vhich he operated until lU health forced his retirement a few months ago. An accomplished musician, Mr. Bruner had directed binds in West Hickory, Oil City, Warren and Sheffield and was a musician with the Zem Zem Shrine Band at Erie for some time He was nn active sportsman and a well known authority on hunting dogs He was a n-ember of several Masonic bodies of Erie. Besides his wife and daughter, Mrs Freed, a sister, Mrs. Bernice Proctor of Erie, sunives. The body was icceivcd at Sheffield ·where the funeral service was held Wednesday morning followed by burial at Erie The Masonic ritual was conducted at the grave Mr. and Mrs. Treed and daughter, Jennctt, who attended the funeral, returned home Wednesday evening. Baroness Held? Baroness Iihlmoto Among those reported seized and held In connection w.ith an alleged · plot" against the Japanese government Is Baroness Shlzue Ishl- moto Japanese birth control advocate Observers see In the arrests, numbering hundreds, the crushing of all political parties or individuals opposing the militarist or Fascist rule Many outstanding cKizcns h c \ L boon arrested and (ear 1* feit Sot their livai,

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