The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 1, 1930 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, February 1, 1930
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i i *; /,,: fT/r,;- vit-" #t y-r ;; - ( . - ' , ' ' ' ' ' PAG E SIX. '/ ' A1TC CUU«iEiJCt, w*» P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N 1 · · . ' ·; , ,, .. fe M / · , ' j [TROUBLES BESET PATH OF ELO PERS The Of-ndition of Mrs. fearl Hol- K-fl, -who fer a patient In the Morey Hospital. Johnstown,, In roportod to bo favorftblo. Although slow In improving, prwpeets for her recovery art good, according to word received from' the. hceidtal by Mrs. J, M. TJpyle of "Won't Afplo otroet, olator of Mrs. Hel- Mw. A. S. Headley and little daughter ot Sc.uth PittBburg street were Un- iontow;n vlattora today, Mrrf. r\. Nurdlno and throe chHdren, Lottorai Joaoph and Vincent, of North Pltbiu:; istroot have returned from a visit ·rlth her sector, Mrs. A, Pasaim o-f .McKeeaport MM. .A. Nardine and throe children; l,enora, Jose^n and Vincent, of North rittsbiirs; strict have returned from a visit with her Hlster, Mrs. A. Pagana of MeKt-«noJ.'t. JVtrs."J. ft. MeOauley oE the Colonial Apartm(-uta wont to Chicago where she will visit with Mrs. Crater, a sts- le-r-in-law. Hev. (Cornelius Gribovtilcy and I'rof. Michael Patsulka of M'Isenrtng No, 1 visited ket evening With Mr. and Mrs, John II, Whorlc. Mns..'."Walter Trevftl and daughter -went to Plttuburg 'tli!|! morning, Mrs, Thomas Fleming of OMopyle was'a Conuellsville visitor today, Mrs John H. Moore ( of Francis avc- mio has returned homo from \VilldHB- hur,?. where she spent A few daj«J with her {laughter, Mips Eninm ,G,race Voor, who underwent an operation, ior appijudlcitia at Columbia Hospital, where -sire IH a student nurse, Misfl Moore was ctrloke-n suddenly on W«l- ncctday morning and was operatpJ on a fow houw later. Sho ia reported to bo gating dlonp; lia well aH cau be expected.; M r . ' a n d Mrs. C. A. Leonard were guests o£ trends In Union town yestw- daj. ,, A. R. Brill of St. Louis, formerly of Connoli'iville, is visiting hia brother, Carroll A. Brill of Unlontown. 1 . Mr«. : Edna George -visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mi'. andiMrSi S. G.'Fletcher of Unloutown, Thursday night.. Him Blanche C. Dowlinp. mtisto instructor in the schools) of Allcjulppia, Is spending the week -end with, her mother. Mrs. Blanche fowling. A eori waa born Friday morning at tho Urdontovrn Hcapitel to Mr, and Mr.«. George Nichols ot Uniontown. Mrs. Nichols before.her marriage was Miss Jkiae Sterling, daughter of Attorney and Mrs. Bruce. F. Sterling ot Uniontown, "Su Mar likes to braff ajsout her sun parlor Blnco they got rich, but I knovvMl ivw folV.B when the natnee the; tanoww^ was aook rooin (in' front room," COLORADO PRISON .; GUARDS HOLD CONVICTS SN CHECK ] y f n l t a a Press. CANON t ITY, Colo., 'eb. 1.-- Tho carpenter e:iop In the Coloriulo pent- Untlary cm ght lire today. Tho imlld- Ing was tlu scMtii of a bloody mutiny In which 1,' weio kiilett last October, In the exci ement- of fighting' tho lire aulhorltUt) veio unable to^tay v/hetboi the flan.os .vero of ihcondlary origin, With 'gutirdfe stationed along the prison ivalli and others ae«seinbled in the prison yards the convicts we held in control while the flromen fought the blaze. Kvery precaution ,wtia talcea to prevent against an outbreak tltirljig the excittxrnent luclcieul to tho flr«. HNANCIAL CLOUD 0?ER CHICAGO ONLY GROWING BARKER · CHICAGO, Fob. (j l.--Another cloud ol iiriancmi glcoin^prose«l down ovur tho 40,12V unpaid/pttb^-tj ijmployeB of Chicago anl Coolc 'county -today with nows ohat tax mon-e^to tjl^ot payrolls --bdrren of money so far... tills year--· will be dolay-etl -until at least Juno 1. Tho announcement of.what .throat- ,onri t6 be a stx-month playlefes fhtervul "for scrub woni-on as well as .police and i firemen, came from behind tins doors ·of a Stevens .Hotel conference' in which Governor Enimeraon met the tax. officials of the city and county tn « stornry sessjon. Angry, cynical ant! booth/ng words filtered through the Ooubh) doors of th£ .ballroom of the blKgtKit in the world as the ofltcluis thr-esh-ed .out Chicago's and Cook county's financial difficulties. Aflcr four houi'B of pavleylns, Oov- crnor i3mmersx)n announced that he had lisen promised that legal formalities would bo hastened oiul tax bMls for the 1028 levy, held up by litigation, inallo'l to property owners by June 1. - Ri 1 that time, it was estimated, t: city, county and school governm-onls would '/vwo approximately S53,000,0(J9 in sa^arie's, not to, mention bills for , fuel and supplies necessary to operate a , c i t y of 3,500,000, the county and a echoqi system, all of whicjl are broke, and -^ni.d-obt. CHRISTIAN SQUAD · SCORES 80 POINTS : TO UPSET MILLERS TUB Christian Shooting Blare uppar- 1 ently lived up to 'their name yesterday when they established a ^coring reooi-'ii for local basketball competition ·weri a total of SO points WSB scored again HC the Miller Five. , ' K. Brooke was high scorer with 15 ' tlokl goals, wh'llo It. Brooks and U. Hall put up ft warm fight for . tally honors; Miller and KHuo altoftcd twet for the losers. Tbc line-up: .ttillor-PJvo-8 ._F_ ..'Kline .P . ,,.... - O'Donuoll, ..C,. ,,.. ...,-. MtUcf .G . _ ,. Hay IfielJ goaJs--K. Brooks 15. II. Brooks 11, B. Hull 8, M. Hall, Reed, Kline, Miller. ' Fouls--H. Brooke, K. UrooKe, B. Hall :!, Millor, Kline. Patronlsa tl»w« wtoo aarertlsa. MRS. ELEANOR HOY Graduate CorseUcre. Mr*. Kleanor Hoy, btiy-^r and' graduate corsotieve and medical tutor, will attend to your personal needs and corset requirements Including maternity tttttags, hernia and rawiical abclomtnal supports. W« are «xclusive agents iu Oonnetlaville for Camp's belts. XELSOM'S ("nrii-t MRS. R: ML STAUFFER'S FUNERAU)N MONDAY SCOTTDVLK, Feb. I.--.The' funera! service foi Mri. Grace E. JarMt; Sfauffer, w ife of Richard M, Stauffw, formerly f Scottdale, who died iH Chicago, v 111 be held Monday afternoon at 2 30 o'clock at the home ot Mrs. Staufier's parents, Ml*, and Mrs, G-eorge C. Jarrott ot 606 Arthur ave nue. The bod / waa removed to tn« pa- renta\ horn · this morning,-tha remai ftrrlVlng hare at 10:30 o'clock over the Pennsylvania Railroad. Interment, will be in.ida In Scottdale Cemetery. Funeral Service Held For Harry R. Neth Funeral service for Harry R. Netli, w-ell know n plumber who died at the Coiineltevf'ie State Hospital after «a ·emergeiicj operation -for appendlcltt'i, was held -it 2 o'clock ^hurs-day aftej noon at t'ne rosid-fence of his motho-, Mr.s, Jonuie Welker, in Bo»si. Poach street, D i , W, H. Ilelrlclc, pastor cj Trinity Ivutheriui Church, of which he was a mamlxn, oMciated. MUn* friends and relatives attended. Interment was in Hill Grove Cemetery. Curries Nose io Hospital BUDAPl ST, Hungary, Fob. J--When another w o m a n bit off hor noi3o and spat It on o the floor during a ualoon brawl, Mis. Brmnux o t . O y u l a , llmi- gary, qulcldy eqatched jt up aad ran with It to the loual hospital, according to reports reaching'Budapest from the viJlaso. ' Falls Ueiui liita ?rn»e VILLE, Tenn., Fot. 1 -- Strjeken ,vith Jienrt trouble, Jamsi;T. Hartmun, 50, toppled dead Info f.n open gravo in a einetery'.here. 5Iri, \. Vnn Jlom A'o Boitor. Mrs. A. Van Horn, Avlio is 111 at hor home al J»awsou, Is not improved. §ho is confilic.l tu her b6d. \____ Green and White Jersey for Spring Sports Sijirt For, soring wear, this charming Paris «1Y«rlrts of grecn-and-whlte ^jr. sey Ij ac'sompsniftd by.a gr»en ·with a rrsdlum brtro. Married in Yurna, Ariz., after iUght frpm Laa .Ajngelfls n a Lorotta Young and Grant Withers, film luminance, show» aboive on their return to the California city, are not finding life a b d of 'roses. I*6r Mrs. George JBelzeri right, top, mother, of Loretta, announced herdntention of annulling the marriage. And in addJHoi, Mrs. Inea a, top, first wife of the lilm star, filed action to io ce Withers to pay ?800 a month for caro (if thefa' child. COAL POLICE CASE GIVEN TO THE JURY FTWVNKLIN, Feb. 1.--Itefuertns to ehkrge the jury on the special (TIMHS- Uoijis presented by I ho 'dotense for answer Judge \VJUtam M. Piirkar shortly after noon today turned over to the jury tor deliberation the case of Harold Watts, Walter P. I/yster and Frank Slapikas, former coal and iron policemen, in whU-h they ar charged with manslaughter in connection with the death of John Barcoski, T}Ta farm-or-mJiter, Til* Ju,ry roceired the case at 12.20 P. M. Tn charging the Jury Judge Parfcer said: "You are called upon to decide In an important ·ca^. It must- bo decided on the evidence jweented In court within your hearing. "The.; ·fivftdam6bta) of our law aay they must lx tried here and not Jn the c«ruer storo and in, the u-osvb- papera. You niiist decide aa you heard here and not a» you hoard outside." Then h« road the indlctnwml. It ciha-rged the imstt ^th the tavdluntary killing of John Barcosld 'ibout February 10, 1820, "You ihu£it bear In mind that tho Commonwealth agroas that Barcoakl ·was legally arraste-d and lhat the ofS-cws ,were not exc-eedlng Lhoir duty." Judgo Parkpr courludad th« charge after tho Uefenao'anct Common wealth hud summed u,p theh- cases. Society Won lan Sues Srvedlsh Queen HOME, F«b. 1,--Queen Victoria of Sweden la dully growing slcmly worse, It was reltitbly a'eparted today. Admitted to Hospital. Miss Matilda Walters of Loucks avenue, Scottdale, was admiftd to tho ConnellHvUle Stato Hoapltal y-edtcrday. CENSUS TO PUT US IN GOLDFISH BOWL Questions Will Leave No Secrets Unrevealed. v?aRhJngto)j,--now many women In America are working? How ' many families own radio sets7 What per- ceataK« of household heads own their own homes? At what age nve moat persona married for the first time? ' These are some of tlie questions Unit will ba answered for tlie country n» a whole for the first time after completion of the'1030 census, In- torrogntlons 'ainK'd to obtain the replies wore Included In a Hat of ne^ questions, to bo naked bjf enumerators next April, aB,anuunced by William tvl. Steunrt, director of the census bureau. Forma Basis of Advertlolno- Most Important of tile nev quesi« tlous, tn the opinion of Mr. Steuart, is that relating to home owning. The enumerators will find out from tha head of each ( fdmil.7 tha value of his home If owned, or the monthly rental If rentpd, thus making possible B das-- slflcatlon of funilllqs according to buy. ing power and furnishing n basis for selling and advertising campaigns. The question on nullo seta, ttot'onj- Ing to Mr. StPimit, will tell radio sta- jtlon operators nnd advertlaera jost how large the potential radio audience Is. , ' Women doing housework in their own homes will be designated In the 1830 census reports as "home ^mnk- era." This designation will be entered In the family relationship column rather thnn In the Ofcupat.lon colnnin, '0 orctPr tlmt women who follow n profession nr other 'gainful occupation, ia addition to beinp; home makers, may property tm c! In rpspect to both lines at nctlvity. This, will 'reveal for_ the first, time ernctl.y how many women ure w o r k i n g ^ n n d to .what or tent. For Two PurposBs. The rjnestlon nshlng for the age nt marriage io. totsuigd, ta Mrs. Mattie Dea above, Chicago 5 has entered suit Edith II. Taylor, c for 8300,000, chai Taylor stole the - I t band, Sarnue) S wealthy film diet Taylor has a'verrc not know Hutchii s Hutdilnson, ciety woman, againnt Mrs. £ Los Angclea, jing that Mrs. ro of her hus- Hutchlnson, ·ibutor, Mrs. I that she did son was mar- two piifpose. first U will Efve ilefl nlte Informajion us 11 the relative nfcc at ninrrtnge ,of pur ions ..Jn - .different racial and economic ;rpupa; second. It will nmUe posalhle a tribulation on the number of children 1 fainilleo of wqm- en^ who hnvs lieen iiiarrled a stated number of yours. "In the classittc itloU of gainful workers according t occupation and Industry It is propc -jed to put much greater stresa than icretofore on the returns for ludust y," Mr. Steuurt said. "A special se icdule for unom- ploynienf wH! cont. In a number o! questions designed o separate those uot working Into s° veral classes, in eluding, tustdes ,tht 3e absolutely uti employed, Umse wbc have jobs for tjn 1 time being end HIM laid off nitUuui pay." TaxidemnBt B *ings Frozen i Snake to Life Colorarlo Spripss. Oolp.--Recently a hesvy snow^tonr swvpt ot^r the, flocfey mouiuninB rr-1 a seven-foot bon coiiBtHctor in ti!a ( team-)-,eated case "froze tn deatli." ' Sponcer Penrose *the owner of the soo at thp foot of Cheyenne mountain, near h(?ro, visilefl" the boa In the a Men eon and found him stretched out upon he huge Itrab of'a tree, 1 which la bis favorite haunt In captivity · ·- Th4 next mornlni a hllw.nnd navlng Intervened, the kee er found the boa frozen eolld, and Mi PPiirose sent him to the taxidermist n be stuffed. . Tho ttisfdermlBt and his assistants rolled him out on t IB tlonr, seemingly n solid Ice muss, wl il« they sharpened tpelr kiiivi'N. A.E tlie tnxiderinlgl pliioed ti)e pulur o his blade In the boa's t»ad the snal e opened bis eyes The mnn Jumped, \ Quiver ran down the boa's cotla, his tail swished furiously from side to aide. The attendants vanished and i ic boa has another life to lose. NlCvV O1U.EANS, Ui., Feb. 1--Unlike many cities noted, 01 their antiquity, Ne-w Orleann : boas(-3 *ome £ tho widost streets, liv''.the w o r d . Floilda AValk, nccordinfc «t c-Uv eupiiicors, is (.ho R t . i t p i , I I i»i -ITS t'Pl I r o m p r n p r - i l v j ', VTKXTKUKXCf 1 t Svrfff Always mats a safe-ptece for Saving.*', 1 Up-to-date^ too, with that new jFederd Gas Protection," ; / "Everyone is talking about if" No: ·'·, · Shooting in this Bank S CIENCE will eliminate banditry--it has eliminated the "possibilities of shooting--it protects the depositors of this bank to the last degree. \ Bapdits do not choos* to attack a bank that is equipped with Federal Gas Bank Protection. This new scientific method o£ defeating holdups literally vaporizes an attack. Federal Tear vapor is absolutely harmless, yet on the instant that it is.electrically released, holdup men are reduced -to weeping, cringing objects. A few minutes after their capture all effects have passed away. There is no possibility of any one being shot or hurt. This is the humane way to take a desperado into captivity, Science has made it absolutely harmless to use. The universal use by banks md other business firms of this mar* velous Federal harmless vapor will ultimately eliminate banditry in banks, and this batik is pleased to announce that it is now equipped with this perfectly safe protection. The Second National Bank Connellsvflle, Pa. ·K DEMONSTRAT10M Oniontown Theatres Week Starting Monday, Feb. 3 DAILY FROM NOON DOMINANT SET ir Mon.-Tues.-Wed. Warner Bros. Vitaphonc jtll-Tr,Iking 1 Success 'SECOND CHOICE' !:· Norma Shearer in With Dolores Costello, Jack Mulhall, . Ghenter Morris R A D I O A New Peak In Radio PerbnMiMH / A P E X Unun-FiusitCnteai Ftru, Phone 196 ! WERTHEIMER MOTOR CO. '-'S., W. Crawford Avenue, Gfmnellsyiile, Pa. COAL and COKE GoimoHsville coking coal, both run of mine and dump. · : . ' . - . Gas Coal, Lump and Nut Size. ; CoJco, Kut and Largo Si/os f · -' · ( . . Consolidated Coal Supply Co. I'nrds on B. (» and I'. It. H. 1 1 0 0 ,'JIJ*1 J.';. Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. First Talkie Sensation of the Rnr.riug Speedway I "BURNIN-G' -UP'"' With Fdchard Arlen It's Paramount -- It's;- Mon.-Tuea.-WecL Greater Than "Dancing Daughters." "THEIR OWN! DESIRE" M-G-M TalkJng- Sensation iThurs.-Frl.-Sat, An All-Talking Western Treat Rivaling "The Vlr- rj" in Magnitude! "IN OLD CALIFORNIA" An OuixOppr Talkie Thriller! DOORS OPEN 1/2:Q/ A. Memorial to Lincoln The memorial tq Abraham Lincoln is a magnificent gem set in a lovely valley jbetween the hills. The Character aind Service of this greW man ·will endure with the ages. \% Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. : · · · · ' . ' . · ' / ' · " , - ' " ·- te llSIONltoQNM.BAMK CDNKELIBVILLE, WEST S t D E fa. 'JThose Who Advertise in The

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