The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 7, 1938 · Page 14
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January 7, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 14

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THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILL.E. VA. F. R j N o t Alone In Navy Demand; ! France Awakened By International News Service. PARIS, Jan. 7.--"France is menaced on all sides. And our navy is not strong enough to defend even our colonies." * .Throwing this bombshell at a . complacent government, Jean-Michel Renaitour, chairman of the Chamber Naval Committee, denounced .France's naval weakness and demanded immediate doubling ol the navy's budget. "And France's naval air-arm is non-existent," he flung at deputies for good measure, citing flgures after figure. Soundly criticizing the government lor its '.Mailure to keep France's navy at safety level," Deputy Henaitour stated that the 1937. budget figures -were too.low and that the 1938.pro- visions cut them even smaller. · "France risks its navy passing to ·sixth place instead of maintaining rank after England, the United States and Japan. Now we will drag · ignominously after Germany - a n d -Italy. · "The budget provisions arc for slightly over two billion francs. It is not two billion but four billion francs that our navy needs. - '"And- France's naval air-arm? -queried the chairman of the committee. "France actually possesses only one airplane carrier; and it is old and lias not one single pursuit plane * aboard." · · Chairman Renaitour demanded that the government immediately in- crease the naval credits and provide for ample supplies o£ oil being on hand in case of war. He pointed out that the French navy would have the greatest difficulty in transporting or escorting oil through the Mediterranean in case of war, particularly war · with a hostile Mediterranean power. "To have a powerful navy is to contribute to the prevention'ot war . and should war break out it contributes to the winning o( this war,' he emphasized amid loud chamber applause. Hubby "Steals" Wife From Hospital Top, Mrs. Couch and daughter; below Couch and son Because ho objected to physicians giving "'* w 'f° ether, Ben Couch, 42, shoved physicians aside at a Wichita, Ka».. hospital, took his wife from the delivery room and speeded her home In a taxlcab where she gave birth to a 'Svc-pound daughter before a physician arrived. Couch denied he threatened physicians with a Knife, declaring he merely held a knife in nil hands when he doubled up his fist, feeling he would have to fight for his wife. Couch and an 18-month-old eon and Mrs. Couch and her baby daughter arc shown above. LADIES' DEPARTMENT CONTINENTAL STORE This great price-slashing: sale ends Saturday. Visit our department today and feast your eyes on some of the most sensational Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Values ever offered!. Plenty of free parking space CLOTH l COATS .._-. 130 Vf TO *12S VALUES FUR COATS $76 UP TO I860 VALUES off LOVELY l/_ DRESSES .... /2" »8.95 UP TO J26.60 VALUES SPORTY I/ SWEATERS -_-_._..__./ 2 11.96 UP TO J4.96 VALUES SNAPPY BLOUSES ______ tl.86 tTP TO J4.96 VALUES off off PLAID 56.50 SKIRTS .. ;. VALUES RBAJy BARGAINS FOR YOU FLASHY MILLINERY 11.00 UP TO J10.00 VALUES RAIN COATS K.55 UP TO J10.BO VAI^TBS 3-PIECE SUITS ... '/Soff »5.0(l UP TO HBJStJ VAI/UE8 SNOW SUITS _ was UP TO CHILDREN'S \ COATS VI .35 D? TO *L3iSO VAUISS - % - V 4 o f f Cmion OOWTTKltMTAl- STOOTt Walk left Side Of Highway Advice i To Pedestrians! UNIONTOWN, Jan. 7.--Although t is not ;i St;itu law, for their own iafcty pedestrians are warded by Corporal H. L. Isban of Pennsylvania Motor Police to walk on the eft side ol highways where they vill be in a position to watch ap- roach'ing traffic. 'Of 53 fatalities in 1D37," he officer aid, "there were 26 pedestrians who ost their lives on county highways. t would be for their own interest ind safely to walk on the left side it voads where Uj is possible ,for them to keep a sharp wntchoul for drivers who arc careless and negligent in the operation of their cars." Most accidents occurring the last 12 months in Faycttc county, Jsban said, were due to the fact that operators drove their machines to "the eft side of the center line on the ilghway. "In our investigations, we found .his violation the most frequent cause of accidents," the officer declared. Discussing New York's Code - * Speed Bicycle Invented CREMONA, Italy, Jan. 7.--A new mid of bicycle, which its in von tor snys will reach a speed o£ 43.5 miles an hour, is being built secretly in a private machine-shop here. Putting their heads together in an Impromptu conference during a recess of the Stnto LcgisliUuro at Albany, this trio was instrumental in final passage of the new administrative code for Now York City. Left to right, they are Leonard W* IIal! f Nnsgaa County; Irving M. Ivea, majority leader, and Herbert Bartholomew, (Central Press) Income Tax Blanks i i Are Placed in Mail PIT rSBURGH. Jan. 7.--Income x r rturn blanks for 20B.573 per- ·is ·· nd firms in 24 Western Pcnn- sylvai ia counties svere in the mail ycstcipay the Department of Internal Revenue announced. The number represented an increase of 46,299 over the number of return's fllrd last year. The major increase was for individuals earning less than $5000, it was revealed. Persons in this classification receiving blanks this year totaled 129,528, compared with 90,948 returns Hied last year. All returns must be filed before March 15, William Driscoll, district collector stated. He pointed out that time extension would be much more difficult to obtain this year than in previous years because of new regulations. Persons desiring such an extension must make application in a sworn statement detailing causes for the request. Previously, only a request by the person preparing the return .was necessary. While all other classifications increase in number, corporations receiving blanks decreased. This year only 10,200 corporations return blanks were mailed, compared with 10,501 returns filed a year ago. Friday and SaSuirday ·Fri. CHOICE MEAT Sat. Whole, Half or End Cut. PORK LOIN Ib. 19c CENTER CUT CHOPS 23c Ib. PORK BUTTS Ib. 19c Popular Pork Cut BOLOGNA Ib. 17c Vlskinc Jumbo FRANKFURTERS Ib. 21 c Good With Kraut BEEF LIVER Ib. 17c It's Good for You SAUSAGE Ib. 19c Link or Country Style LOIN STEAK Ib. 30c Tender Juicy ROUND STEAK Ib. 26c Government Inspected CHUCK ROAST Ib. 23c Branded Beef RIB ROAST Ib. 25c From Grain Fed Steers I GREEN BEANS CUT STIUNGLESS No. t cans 17'c STANDARD PEAS 2 ^ 19c EAHLY BLOOM PRINCESS SPINACH 2* ans2 19c EAT IT FOR HEALTH'S SAKE Baxter's Succotash 2 K £f 25c PUT IT ON YOUR MENU BAXTER'S CUT BEETS ^ 9c EVERYONE LIKES THEM Uscp No. 6 BROOMS cach 89c THEY'LL LAST A LONG TEVIE LIMA BEANS CALIFORNIA 3 '" 2Oc / r lie Heinz Mustard, 7-oz. glass 9c Tanpy--Zestful Heinz Spaghetti, 2--17-oz. ens 25c Just licit It! Chocolate Kisses, Ib. 25c Ucrshey's Milk Usco Catsup, 2-14-oz. bottles 25c From Kcd. Ripe Tomatoes Scotch Pearl Barley, Ib 12c Put It in your Soup Wheaties, 2 pkgs 23c Breakfast of Champions Soda Crackers, 2-Ib. box 17c Tasty Flake or Wild Rose Pancake Flour, pkg. 1 Ic Aunt Jemima Velvet Cake Flour, 5-Ib. sack 36c Hcnkcl's White Cake Mix, H-oz. can ..23c Duff's--For Better Cakes UNION COFFEE 20c ib. Usco Pork Beans 2 IN TO3IATO SAUCE Del Monte SARDINES ^ lie Dt TOStATO SAUCE. Yankee Bottle Blue, pint ............... 7c For Whiter Clothes Blue Rose Rice, 2 Ibs ......................... 9c Make a Puddinc Wesson Oil, pint .......................... .... 25c For Cooklnsr and Salads Lux Flakes, 2 small pkgs ............ 19c Large package .......... : ................ 21 c Cleaner, Whiter Clothes Rinso, 2 Ige pks. 39c; sml pkg. 8c Clothes and Dishes Lifebuoy Soap .................. 4 cakes 25c Stops Body Odor Lux Toilet Soap, 4 cakes ........ .... 25c Sweet Sccnllne " Usco Laundry Fluid, qt ................ 17c. Cleans Quickly Standard Oysters, pint ............... 25c Serve Them Tonight Whitings, Ib ........................................ I3c Fresh Round Haddock, Ib ............... ........................ 21 c Fresh Filet 45-50 PRUNES USCO TALL MILK 3 cans 2OC I-lu. USCO SPAGHETTI GOOD WITH AIEAT HALLS USCO ROLLED OATS REGULAR OR QUICK BAKING SODA ARM HAMMER USCO SPAGHETTI ECONOMICAL MKAL McCORMICK'S SPICES TU.MEKIC roWDER AND RUBBED SACK KARO SYRUP BLUE LABEL ORANGE PEKOE TEA \ USCO FANCY SPRY SHORTENING i± 53c ^ 21c Vf"--ABLE SIIOKTEN1NG larcc box 2 *4-1°. 7 boxes « ** 3-lb. OC pkf. £t»J^ can ^ n3 23c 12c HEINZ BAKED BEANS FOR A QUICK MEAL 18-oz. cans 25c --Fri. FRESH PRODUCE Sat.-APPLES 5 Ibs. 19c Rome nnd Staymen CABBAGE Ib. 5c New Texas LETTUCE 2 heads 19c Iccbcrp;--Crisp Eatln' SWEET POTATOES 5 Ibs. 17c I\Tedium Jersey ORANGES, 150's doz. 39c California SunUist Navel TANGERINES doz. 16c Nice and Juicy TURNIPS Ib. 4c Washed--New CARROTS Ib. 4c Wash c tl--New BANANAS 5 Ibs. 25c Yellow--Klpr GRAPEFRUIT, 80's each 5c Florida--Jti Icy CELERY .- stalk 12c Florida--Crisp l

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