The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 6, 1938 · Page 5
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, January 6, 1938
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THURSDAY, JANUARY G. 193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE FIVE. SCOTTDALE PLANS FIRE SCHEDULE Judge to Find Answer Meyersdale HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T : AA T ' P I F A ^ A N J T i orEan ' 2alion meeting of the Meyers- | cnts, Councilman and Mrs. t i Vl I · §7 i--i-- / ~ \ O / \ I N I , dale council was held Monday eve- I Boyer. has returned to his Special to Thc Courier, MEYEHSDALE, Jan. G.--The re- Overlapping Calls From Outside Result in Zoning. I CHICAGO, Jan. 6.--Circuit Judge ' John Prystalski, observing that the ' problem of boy meeting girl usually | has about thc same result on the | farm as it docs in the city, settled _ _ I K I T C D fTCT*' ^ own today to decide whether Glenn j Or I N I h K b b I Cady, 34, was too amorous, or his j wife, Mary, 28, too old-fashioned, i special to The. courier. ' Officially the case was docketed as ' p , Mary Cady vs. Glenn Cady, separate JTHER ITcMb to what district outside Seottdale, s ^ rendcr a ^^ local firemen should assist. It has | . been decided that Iron Bridge, T,.rr ;' TM^ it camo tlmc for final argu . Ruftsdale arc ,n the territory iAllotted , Attorncy Frank Tccd , speilk . to Mount Pleasant and should a call , ' summed up his come from those places to the Sco.t- t hor char * es that ( ] ) Cad dale department, it will be tians- I afrcc t|onatc, even in public fcrred to Mount Pleasant where .t , h; was ' (oo aflccti ' onatc belongs. . 'even before breakfast; (3) that hc "" ~""" Thc department is always willing. wouldn - t wcill . pajam as, and (4 ) as | attempts to make fervid love to render assistance wncn it i s , rcsult w tcd hcr to bc a nudist . on a Florida beach. needed, but from now on persons .. Thcl . cforc .. conc i udcd Teed, "she calling in, stating that another town , '. sc p :ira t e main- wishes aid, will be questioned as to ,,,,,.__. ,, Special lo The Courier. · ning. The old members hold a short' i business session after which the re-' ' hcr daughter, Miss Elsie Clark. Thc! evening was spent in playing cards ; and bingo. I Rev. "Merle Boyer, associate pastor | of Wicker Park Lutheran Church, Chicago, III., who visited his par- Charles duties. C. E. Lawrence of Orange, N. J., j Tuesday after a home of Mr. and Ark., club ot the Western Association. · MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 6.-- I tiring burgess gave the oath to Joe Mrs . j o h n Clark. J..imc.s E. Hundell Post, American F. Reich, who was elected to that' Mr. and Mrs!. Fran! . _ . _ -._..k Counihan of Legion Auxiliary had "Legislation" onicc on Novcmber o. other officers Grcensburg ware guests of their for its meeting subject Tuesday ever i._,.,-. n TJ ,, · i . relatives, Mr. and Mrs. John Dahl, .,;,,., Tu-c Tj-iirtii'Mr-Unit IpoiOitivp arc Charles C. Boy:r, president; r , , , ,,, , mug. Mis. K.upn weison, icgisiamc. ' Monday and Tuesday, committee chairman, read a paper on ' W. A. Shoemaker, secretary, and R. thc subject. A report was) given by | H. Philson, tteasurcr. Members of Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Charles Zema. showing that the auxiliary had sent out nine filled baskets at Christmas time, with each v;ent a five-pound box of candy. Six filled boxes were also sent to the Contosvillo Hospital and' 50 stamped H. Philson, ticasurer. Members of .daughters have return council are W. H. Holzshu, John! visting roia ti vcs ;,, j o Steevcr and two ,ed homc after Fullcm, H. C. Younkin, G. visting relatives in Johnstown. A -: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Miller have Wagaman, Albert F. Lutz and James j rctl , r ned to their home in New York, B. Hummel. Thc retiring members N . Y ., after a visit'here with thc are A. L. McDaniel, John B. Meyers, lntlcr . s parcnts Mr . !ind Mrs . Santo W. Ccdric Milter, resigned, and G. A., L UC cntc. GLENN CADY Christmas cards to the Veterans' j Wagaman, reelectcd to fill vacancy: Mr . and Mrs . j. ,,. Bowman were Hospital ot Aspjnwall. on new board. j visitors to Somerset Monday. Delegates were chosen to the coun- J Council adjourned to meet on ^j; ss ciara staccr has returned to ty council meeting to be held at Monday evening, January lOtli to! Pittsburgh after a week's visit at thc Trafford City next Tuesday. They ........_. --_ ,-.... - ... arc Mrs. C. L. Rehanek, Mrs. Charles Seng and Mrs. Walter Burns, together with thc president, Mrs. Harry Keller, and the treasurer, Mrs. Will- jam Queer. I After the business meeting there was a social hour in charge of the hcr following Thurston. ! tenance." whether it is tne chief calling, or if AUo Kobcrt CanUvel i, Jr ., said thc person calling has been au- Cad sm ]ovcd his w , f but wou]d thorized by the chief before sending rathcr ^ divorccd t han tied by the , out equipment. , ha]tcr of sep arate maintenance. i Missionary Society Sleets. [ .. The who]e pointi .. hc said , " is that [ "Did it take place with your consent?" be asked. "Not with my consent," she re- committee: Mrs. Pearl Mrs. Rose Beelcr, Mrs. plied. Mary Queer, Mrs. Thomas Carlton and Mrs. Frank Kozbelt. The women decided to hold a card and bingo party later this month i , ,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,, u ^,,^ lu ^ u The Women s Missionary Society . thcir idens arc di(Iercnt . Thcy comc i ins tvuctor, didn't desist. of the United Brctnrcn Church ricia , from di(Tcrent sc hools. She comes I She admitted that she might have At another time, in the Cook coun-1 and also arranged for a patriotic ty forest preserve, she said, she program at the_February meeting, threatened to call the police if hen husband, a bespectacled bookkeeping its regular meeting Wednesday after- , {mm a smM courm . y town (Flora, I taken a bite at hcr husband (h noon at the church. The theme was ( j,, whcre t hey have old-fashioned mitted n photograph of hi ie sub- mself, .stripped to thc waist, to prove it) but insisted she bit him only once. She might have kicked him, too Rebuilding Rural America," and jdcas tnat scx is ., sin _., Mrs. J. J L Fox_was the leader. ^ The .. ycs ,, agrccd cantwell, "Mr. Cady small town (Nod- different." and Mrs ; Uptodatc. Mrs. Leslie Ston- j ^ow"'something about thc district " Legally, Judge Prystalski said, thc ,-., .. - --. around Flora and I don't think the suit seemed to hinge on whether people are very different there than | Cady established "two bites and a Northwest Trek on Schedule. A communication from the Northwestern Territory celebration party to the chairman of thc local committee, Dr. J. R. Madden, says the caravan, making thc trek with ox teams and horses, is on schedule and would arrive in Mount Pleasant on Wednesday afternoon, January 19, at 2 prepare a budget for 1938 and com- j homc ot hcr mother, Mrs. Mary pletc the organization by electing staccr. several officers who were not pro- j posed at this meeting. Funeral services for Mrs. William , Durst, who died Sunday at the home j of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. i Yor k Giants announced today that Lee, were held Wednesday after- the Class C franchise of thc Green- noon at the Lee home in Summit I wood, Miss., ball club, a Giant farm, in the Cotton States League, had been transferred to thc Fort Smith, Grants Transfer "Farm." NEW YORK, Jan. 6.--Thc New when or where. er and Mrs. Gladys George; paper, "What Is Soil Erosion?" Mrs. Charles Carlson; "Corporation Farming." Mrs. J. T. Bradley: and "Farming As a Way of Life," Mrs. 1. N. Huntlcy. Thc program closed with thc mission study. lias Sculp Injured. Harold Colbort of Lcmont Furnace, an employe of thc West Penn Company, suffered a scalp laceration while at worl; here Tuesday. Hc wns taken to Fric!: Memorial Hospital in Mount Pleasant where a dressing was applied, and then permitted to return home. Phalanx Has Initiation. the people on Lake Shore drive or kick." back of the yards or in Cdy's part of the country." Previously Mary elaborated on hcr complaints against'too much affection and denied she was to blame for "Under Illinois law," he said, "a divorce on cruelty grounds must be based on two cruel acts. So far the plaintiff is one bite .short ot establishing cruelty." cooking only one egg for her hus- i Mrs. Cady refused to aomit any band's breakfast. "My budget was only $18.00 for | enough evidence for study and dclib- two weeks and if I had received more j eration. money I would gladly have given "Maybe the case should never have him more eggs," she said. Teed questioned her about Cady's Y. M. C. A. Four new members were accepted. Next Tuesday will be induction night. Leaders' Club Meets. Harold (Huy) Gordon presided at a meeting of thc Leaders' Club field in j . Retirement Delights New Dealers; See Era of Liberalism she said, but couldn't remember j o'clock unless bad weather interferes I with the present plans. A representative is expected within the next few days when plans will be made by the committee lor taking care of the party. The ox team caravan is recreating thc travels of the Ohio pioneers, who 150 years ago made this trip and settled in Ohio. On thc route is Somerset, where thc party is scheduled to arrive January 17. From there it will come to Mount Pleasant and from place will go to West Newton. There are '36 men in the party. Personal. William Grantz of Uniontown visited his father, Joseph Grantz of the Duncan plan, and his sister, Mrs. Lester Grant, of Washington street. township. Rev. H. R. Hilncr of Zion Lutheran Church officiated. Interment followed in thc Union Cemetery. Mrs. Durst had been in poor ! health for over a year, and death was due to complications. She was' 29 years old and is survived by her | husband, one daughter, Elizabeth J Anne Durst, her parents, and thc following brothers and sisters: George and William Lee and Mrs. Marg.irr; Bryan of Summit town- j ship, Miss Emma Lee at homo and , Miss Mary Lee ot Harrisburg. | Mrs. John II. Clark entertained on j Monday evening with a 6 o'clock i turkey dinner at her homc on Broad- j way, at which thc following guests | were present: Mrs. William H. J more, so the judge decided he had been brought into court in tne first place," he said. STEPHEN SONOGA SLOVAK INSPECTOR Stephen Sonoga of Uniontown was inducted into office as an inspector of the National Slovak Society as the ' Continued from Page One. thc^Yjr'c A "Tuesday "evening". It i i n vain r ° r Mr - Roosevelt's judiciary ] organization began its 48th year of was decided to hold a covered dish reorganization bill All now left of j leadership with V. S. supper on Friday. January 14. Brsk»tbRll ToniRht. that bill is thc shadow it casts across the New Deal-Democratic party This evening two basketball games j which divided bitterly and possibly will be held at thc Y. Thc prelimi- permanently on issues it raised, nary will bc played between thc "Y" i Senators were confident that Mr. Midscts and the Buddy Club, the i Roosevelt's next Supreme Court Chicago as president in Pittsburgh. _ Imrich Pivarnik of Uniontown is a j Fashioned" SinginK" Class" met Tucsl member of thc supreme court. ' PUEBLO, Col., Jan. C.--Joiepn S. Mnnarcrs Changed. member of the Ku Klux Klan in , with a magnifying glass. Harry Porter has resigned as man- ' Alabama, agcr of the American store and has j Geographical and political consid- bcen suc has bee iccccdod by Lloyd Baker, who orations suggest that Mr. Roosevelt :n managing a store in Mount will name a Western New Dealer to Pleasant. Mr. Baker "lives in Grove J the court, but there is no absolutely max i m um working hours for work- j Robert Wolfe, an honorary member, Ruble's Dismissal Creates Political Fight at Fairchance compelling reason why he must go j west for a man merely because i Sutherland was from Utah. Senate | gossip favors Solicitor General Stan- 'Roosevelt court" prob- I Icy Rccd. The new Grows Slim Wltboit StirTilioa Dieli, or Bteit-Brcikiif, BendlDf and Rolling Excrcittt. Kcre'a a wny to flret rid of ugly fut, that works h»nd tn hand with Nature. Millions ot p*mlr HF« loalntr million! of poundi of flnbbr flesh and getting back »t«ndrc flffurei, without the need of atmrvKtloD diet* or bacV-brcftlduK vxvrelici. Medic*! fclenctf hax discovered th*t one of (hit council of too much f*t lira In * tittle dind. Doctors correct this condition by feeding this little gland the mbstance Come in and sc« our brilliant display ol Hamilton watches lor both men and women. Prices begin at $37.50. J. M. KURTZ Successor to A. U. Kurtz, Jeweler . IS I AV. Crawford \\e. Price, Mrs. Joe F. Reich, Mrs. Wll-! j' laeki -- a n d Marmola Prescription Tab. Icti are on thl» method. Mil* Ham Robertson, Mrs. William Curric,; ii on . ar."%S* ftJS" Sfi mcSSr nl Mrs. Ray Ebaugh, Mrs. Leo Derry,, f" I "JP*r cd , ·* », fomou. medical labora- ·\* /^i j -r. r. i - , . . * . tory. Ihelr formula 1* published in every Mrs. Clyde Robertson and the Misses package ,o you know what you aTM utinu. Margaret Weber, Esther Staccr, JSJS'ii.Str SStiffZSZ Mamc Weber, Mac and Margaret Go to vour dnuurtu today and net « box Lief. Mrs. Clark was assisted by ^"iTSt'eicL" ,^'""»'·' w *" u I ably would uphold legislation to forbid child labor, in the opinion of '. New Deal lawyers in Congress. Ap- pointmcnt of a "Roosvclt Justice" to UNIONTOWN, Jan. «.--With re- ' succeed Sutherland will put a great percussions of Fairchancc's latest and needed prop under the forth- political fight vibrating through thc' coming New Deal crop control bill borough, friends and foes of dis- j which Congress may finally enact missed Police Chief William J. Ruble | this month. have entrenched for one of the bit- The old agricultural adjustment tcrest fights of that community. act was invalidated in January, 1930, Friends of the official claim it is; by a six to three vote in which the entirely for political reasons that i majority supported Associate Justice . the Democratic- controlled council! Owen J. Roberts' opinion that the act j "fired" Ruble. I provided Sor compulsory regulation | Foes say that due to financial dim- of agricultural products, that such j culties, it was necessary to retrench j regulation was not within thc scope and attempt to secure the services at I of Federal power, and that the act a lower figure. therefore invaded the rights reserved "We may not be able to do any-, lo thc states by the 10th Amendment tiling now but the reckoning day' to the Constittuion. j will comc with thc next election," a That adverse six to three majority friend of the chief declared. is gone now, or will bc when Suther- The dismissed officer or none of his i land leaves thc bench January 18. | foes could be reached for a state-1 Hc and Former Associate Justice! mcnt. i Willis Van Devanter were two of thc · six. Van Devanter was succeeded by j Black, who believes the AAA was j constitutional. Mr. Roosevelt un- Admiral Declares War on Kats. MARE ISLAND, Cal., Jan. 6. . What Saint Patrick did to the snakes ! doubtedly will pick a like-minded j in IrclarH. Rear Admiral Clarence { man to succeed Sutherland, and the Kempff proposes to do to thc rats | court lineup on that issue then will in the navy yard here. A week was' bo five for the New Deal act and a i set aside for their extcrmination- and not by Pied Piper tactics cither. maximum of four against. Moreover, changes in court pcrson- MARTY on - 1934 Plymouth Coupe 1935 Plymouth Sedan 1933 Plymouth Sedan 1933 Plymouth Coach 1933 Plymouth Coach 1934 Dodge Coupr 1936 Chr.vt.lcr Sedan 1!36 Chrylcr Airflow Old-Time Singing Class Elects, Has Interesting Program UNIONTOWN. Jan. 6.--The Old day night in thc County Building auditorium with 150 assembled for a program of old songs and hymns, Table Has 3.300 Pieces. NEVER UNDERSOLD NEVER UNDERSOLD .-n- ics vice-president, Mrs. May C. Reed of Uniontown secretary, Floyd H. Lilley of Filbert treasurer and Oliver Brown ncl may put a firmer floor under Mr. ot Waltersburg financial secretary. Roosevelt's- wage and hour bill, intended to provide minimum pay and ' 40cPEPSODENT TOOTHPASTE 75cUSTERlNE Cut To SOclODENT TOOTHPASTE TScPEPSODENT ANTISEPTIC. 7Sc BAYERS ASPIRINTABLETS.... eOcSTERI.KLEEN CutT S1.00LAVORIS Cut To LGE.WWGLEYSPEARMWT IOOTO PASTE who on May 7 next will be 83 years He was one of the organizers 10C SILVER COW MILK 3ior20c It may be assumed, too, that Mr. of the class five years ago when a Roosevelt's belief that national emer- small group met at thc gency serves in home of Clark Stevens, who was then 84 years of age. Constitution may be bolstered by class the enrollment grew additional "Roosevelt justices" to the present membership of 150. Choose From Hundreds of Bundles! 25c Citrate of Magnesia RINGING VALUES! '2.00 Value Alarm Clocks 'T CUT TO A clean-up s"'e to make room for spring stock. Included arc papers that sold for as much as $1.00 per roll. Re-paper now :it exceptional savings'. '1.25 FATHER JOHNS :ffl:yn =H' J Each remnant j contains from "1 I to 12 silicic rolls. l2Sc CASTOR OIL UOZ.-CutTo.i. ,,. 51.20 S.M. A. BABYFOOD 30c EAGLE BRAND MttX --2For SOc MEADS PABLUM A NUTRITIVE TONIC . HllMllMil Wholwomo Tonic EXTRA! 60c ALKA SELTZER GLASS--1JTJCAS 1'AIYi'S 122 South IMttsburg Street WAL TJioiie .'Mi. .WcMERCKS 'MILK SUGAR SPECIAL OFFER! SOc TEK TOOTH BRUSHES COT TO FOR ·S1.2SSIMILAC Put To' SOc 1IOKIC ACII) 10 OZ.--Cut To 25e J. J. TAI.C I.mvrciice Gnlley, Hillcrcst, Connellsvillc 1/NC.Vtf HfcNIC G.O O O w n TO lOc )lcc. Light BULBS iOc r.psom Salt Tablets 100';. 35c Groves Bromo- Quinine Tablrts Auy UfiED CAR IWAMteo IP t L E A R N E D To D R I V E - Oo Y o u T H i t « \ 'M A G-OOD P u P i u LOWEST PRICES LOWEST PRICES 15c Gypsy ECUU DYE $1.00 Halibut Liver Oil Capsules Sl.OO COD LIVER OIL. 1't. Learn what wonderful buys you can get In used cars here! We have all good mal;e cars that have been completely and thoroughly reconditioned. You get a 30-day or 1,000-mile GUARANTEE: 1935 Choslcr Si-dan 1937 Chrysler Sedan 1931 C'hr.Vilcr Ncrtan 1931 l'nrl Coupr 1931 Kord Tudor Si-dan 1931 Ford Fordor Si-dan J.930 Ford Tudor 1031 Tcrrnplane Coupe

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