The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 20, 1939 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 20, 1939
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JC; HilLrilT. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNlfll-JLSVULLE. PA. FRIDAY; JANUARY 20.1939. ON THE AIR Radio Information At a Glance Dr. Helen Hayes WCAC--12S1 KC. 6:00--Stardust. 0:15--Evening News. 0:25--Sports. 0:30--Muted Music. 6:45--News of the Road. 7:00--Amos and Andy. 7:15--Jimmy Fidler. 7:30--Lightening Jim. 8:00--Lucille Manners. 9:00--Waltz Time. 0:30--Death Valley Days. 10:00--Guy Lombardo's Orch. 10:30--Uncle Ezra. 10:45--Johnny Duffy. 11:00--News Parade. 1110--Ray Herbcck's Orch. 11:30--Glenn Miller's Orchestra. 12:00--Sammy Kayo's Orch. 1-:30--Jan Gaiber's Orch. 1:00--Little Jackie Heller's Orch. TONIGHT KDKA-- 080 EC. 6:00--News: sports: weather. 6:20--Your Movie Magazine o£ the Air. 6:30--MUMC and Sports. 6:45--Lowell Thomas. 7:00--Romance and Rhythm. 7:30--Trio Time. 7:45--Glee Club. 8:00--Warden Lawes. 8:30--Jamboree. 9:00--Plantation Party. 8:30--Ho::c and Buggy Days. 10:00--To be announced. 11:00--News; weather; temperature. 11:07--A. A. A. Weekend Tour. 11:15--The Music You Want 11:45--Lou Breeze's Orchestra. 12:00--Nixon Cafe Orch. 12:15--New Penn Orch. 12:30--Fletcher Henderson's Orch. WJAS--1290 KC. 6:05--Manhattan Serenade. 6:15--News of the world. 6:30--Bob Trout. 1 6:45--Talk of the Town. 7:00--County Scat. 7:15--Lum and Abncr. 7:30--History Speaks. 7:45--Benny Burton's Orch. 8:00--First N'.thter. 8:30--Burns and Allen. 0:00--Orton Welles. 10:00--Grand Central Station. 10:30--Barry Wood and Orch. 11:00--News of the world. 11:15--Leighton Noble's Orch. SATURDAY WCAE 7:00--Program Resume. 7:00--Morning Express. 8:00--News. 8:15--Charlie Cook Entertains. 8:30--Musical Tete a Tetc. 9:00--Musical Interlude. 9:05--The Wise Man. 9:15--Music Internationale. . 9:45--F. H. A. Talk. 10:00--Jr. Crime Prevention Bureau. 10:30--Jungle Jim. 10:45--Florence Kale's Radio Forum. 11:00--Betty Moore. 11:15--Phyllis Morton. ' 11:30--Milestones in Music. 12:00--Studio Time Signal. 12:00--News. 12:10--Norman Clouticr's Orch. 12:30--Call to Youth. 12:45--Along Gypsy Trails. 1:00--Front Page Drama. 1:15--Matinee in Rhythm. ..1:30--Campus Campers. 1:50--Metropolitan Opera. . 5:00--Cosmopolitan -Rhythm. 5:30--Drama League. 6:00--Song Sampler. 6:15--Evening News. 6:25--Musicale Interlude. 6:30--Alberta Hunter. 6:45--Goodwill Mission of the Air. 7:00--Avalon Time. 7:30--Lives of Great Men. 7:45--Inside of Sports. 8:00--Tommy RigRs and Betty. 8:30--Fred Warins's Pcnnsylvanlans 9:00--Vox Pop 9:30--Hall of Fun. 10:00--Ray Noble's Orch. 10:30--Ray Hcrbeck's Orch. 11:00--News Parade. 11:10--Joe nines' Oreh. 11;30--Horace Heidt's Orch. 12:00--Little Jackie Heller's Orch. 12:30--Jan Garber's Orch. 1:00--Shop Field's Orch. 1:30--Clyde Lucas' Orch. ' KDKA 6:30--Shag Level Cider Hounds. 6:45--Farm Markets. 7:00--Silhouettes o£ the West. 7:15--Musical Clock. 7:30--Russell Pratt. 7:45--Musical Clock. 8:00--News. 8:15--Dr. Sunshine. 8:30--Musical Clock. 9:00--Breakfast Club; News. 9:45--Gospel Singer. 10:00--The Smile Parade. 10:30--The Child Grows Up. 10:45--Swing Serenade. 11:00--Junior Safety Patrol. 11:15--League American Pen Women. 11:30--Music. 11:45--News, Weather; Temperature. 12:00--News. 12:05--Man on the Farm. 12:30--National Farm Home Hour. 1:30--Hotel Lexington Orch. 2:00--Henry Bussc's Orch. 2:30--Bill Krcnz' Orch. 2:45--From Home of. Muses. 3:00--Rakov's Orch. 3:15--Four of Us. 3:20--Dale McFcatters. 3:30--Al Roth's Orch. 4:00--Club Matinee. 5:00--To be announced. 5:30--Eddie Roger's Orch. 6:00--News: Sports: Wcatlicr; Temperature. 6:15--Your Movie Magazine of the Air. 0:30--Russ Brown's Orch. ' 6:45--Don Hirsch, news. 7:00--Message of Israel. 7:30--Question Bcc. 8:00--Al Donahue's Orch. 8:SO--Original Drama. 9:00--National Barn Dance. 10:00--Symphony Concert. . · 11:30--News: Weather; Tcmpertaure. j 11:45--The Music You Want. 12:00--Dance Orchestra. 112:30--Far North Broadcast. "ARISE" SNAPS OUT OF IT IN STREAMLINED GOSPELS of WJAS 7:30--Musicale. 8:00--News 8:15--Time Again. 8:30---Musical Revue. 8:45--Checric Melodies. 9:00--St. Patrick's Church. 9:30--Fiddler's Fancy. 10:00--Pappy Chesive. 10:30--Four Corner's Theatre. 11:00--Cincinnati Conservatory Music. 12:00--Kate Smith Speaks. 12:15--Musicale. 12:30--News of the World. 12:45--Enoch Lights' Orch. 1:00--All Hands on Deck. 1:30--Modern Music. 2:00--Men Against Death. 2:30--Buffalo Picsents. 2:45--Fran Hincs. 3:00--Bucknell University Chorus. 3:30--Bull Session. 4:00--Charles Paul. 4:30--Dancepalors. 5:00--To be announced. 5:30--Eddie Duchin's Orch. - -5:45--Baron Elliott's Orch. 6:15--News of the Wo.-ld. 6.30--Saturday Swing. 7:00--Americans at Work. 7:30--Joe E. Brown. 8:00--Johnny Presents. 8:30--Professor Quiz. 9:00--Honolulu Bound. ' 9:30--Saturday Night Serenadcrs. 10:00--Your Hit Parade. 10:45--Capitol Opinions. 11:00--News With Ken Hildebrand. 11:15--To be announced. 11:30--Charles Baum's Orch. Bear Run By United Press. EVANSTON, III., Jan. 20.--The "good Samaritan" becomes the "good sport" and "wise virgins" become "smart girls" in a streamlined version of the Gospels produced by Dr. William Louis Bailey, a Northwestern University sociologist, who has shaken the ecclesiastical cobwebs out of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John in a translation for the 20th century man on the street. He explained thatihe sought to recapture the "mundane spirit" that he believes characterises the earlier writings of Christ's followers. Prof. Bailey has the Biblical characters "making a pile" instead of "laying away u treasure" and they may "snap out of it" rather than "arise." Stockyard Receipts AH Show increase Denies Marriage. HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 20.--Movita, the Glamorous Mexican screen star, corrected a general misunderstanding--she is not, yet, the wile of Jack (the Irish thrush) Doyle. She said she was- at a Mexican hotel with the singer-boxer because, as he wan being deported, ha wanted to kissi her goodbye. "Bill" Attends Funeral. CINCINNATI, Jan. 20.--WhcnTHrs. Elizabeth Wcnzel, 86, was buried, "Bill," her pet fox tcrrior, was in the funeral party. Relatives said Mrs. Wcnzel "never wont anywhere without him and we know she would ·want him near." Receipts were heavier in nil departments at the weekly auction at the Evans Manor yards of the Fayette Stockyard Company. Cattle and bheep markets were strong. All cattle, including milk cows, heifers and bulls sold for dairy purposes must be accompanied by a health chart by order of the Staie Department of Animal Industry, it was announced. The quotations: . - . - - . Cattle (receipts good)--^Common to good steers, $G to $8.50; common to good heifcis, $5.50 to $7.25; common to good bulls, $5.00 to $0.75; medium to good fat cows, $4.50 to $6.75; bolognas, $4 to $4.50; scrub bolognas, $3.50 to $4. Calves (receipts good)--No choice veals offered but demand great; good veals to $11 and better; common veals, $8.50 to $10.50; heavy and thin, $5 to $8. Hogs (receipts heavy)--Medium weighs, $7.80 to $8.10; heavyweights, $7 to $7.50; light weights, $8.25 to $9.25; pigs, $2.50 to SG per head; sows, $6 to $6.50; boars, $3.50 to $4.50. Sheep (receipts fair)--Lambs, $6 to $9.25; bucks, $3 to $5.50; good sheep, $3 to $4.50; culls, $2 down. Poultry (receipts good)--Heavy, 16c to 19c; leghorns, -12e to 15c; ducks, 13c to 15c. Eggs--Twelve cases, 22c to 25c dozen. BEAR HUN, Jan. 20.--Mrs. Hilda Bryner of Kcntuck visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Tissue Tuesday. Dw.iyne stark, oldest child of Mr. and Mis. Richard Stark, who has been seuously ill with pneumonia, is improving. Acic and John Miller were at Indian Head on business Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Addison Ohlcr and family were in Connclisville Friday. Olaf Skinner cleared his orchard last week. Miss Beatrice Miller is staying with her brother and sister-in-laWi Mr. and Mrs. Dcwcy Miller, for n couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Dcwcy Scarlett and the latter's mother, Mrs. Minnie Hyatt of Ohiopyle Attended the funeral of John Hyatt at Greensburf, Friday. Morns McFarland, son of Mrs Alice McFarland, left for New Mexico Wednesday. He is enrolled in a CCC camp there. Mr. and Mrs. Plummcr Brynci and family of Kcntuck visited Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Hay, Sunday. Mis. Irwin Mountain, Mrs. Ralph Tissue, and Mrs. Lcland Tissue, al of Mill Run, called at the home o_ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Friend Wednesday. Orville and Dewcy Miller attended a meeting at Republic Sunday rf ter- noon. Emanuel Stark of Van Meter 1; visiting his father, John Stark, fo: a few weeks. M. W. Chitcster of Ohiopyle wa; in the community on business Monday. A Bible study and prayer meetin is being held each Sunday evcnin L at Hickman Chapel. The public i invited. Miss Wilma Linderman i leader Sunday evening. The Economics Club, under tin direction of Miss Mary Anderson o Uniontown, met at the home of Mrs Anna Friend Wednesday. Garbed an Portia from the courtroom scene of "The Merchant oC Venice," Helen Hayes is shown with her sheepskin after receiving a degree of doctor of humnnc letters at Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y. Only once before has a woman. Ruth Draper, nlso an actress, received a degree fron Hamilton, all-male college. (Central Press) News of Tri-Town Community Former Soldiers Beheaded. BERLIN, Jan. 20.--Two- former oldlcrs, Heinz Koschan, 22, and Kcrsandt, 25, were beheaded r having been sentenced to death court martial for "high treason." Auto Inspections Close January 31 State Motor Police today warned lUtomobile owners to make sure their car is inspected before the January ;1 deadline. Automobiles which have not been )asscd by an official inspection sla- ion since the beginning of the current inspection period last Novem- cr 1 must be examined before January 31. Patrolmen in this district will be;in a strict check of all automobiles on February 1 and owners of any car not properly inspected and in good order will be liable to a -Inc. DAWSON, Jan. 20.--The Dames of Malta held a successful card party at Masonic Hall. Fifteen tables, weie in play. Prizes were won by Mr*. Frank Landymorc and Mrs. J. C. McGill for bridge; Mrs. Harold Bailey and Dr. J. R. Cottom for contract; Mrs. Eail Blasey and J. II. Hoffman for five-bundled. Mrs. Ralph Black won the cake and Mrs. Frank Landymore the door prize. Lunch was served by the committee, which consisted of Mrs. Henry Hunker, Mrs. J. F. Landymore, Mrs. C. F. Randolph, Mrs. James Sovcrns, Mrs. John Meyers, Mrs. John Morgan, Mrs. William Cossel, Mrs. Ida McClintock, Mrs. Catherine Patterson and Mrs, George Ruttcr. The committee is planning a party to be held in the near future. Traycr Mcctinc Tonight. A cott.igc praer meeting will be held Friday evening at the home o: Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Husband of Liberty. The meeting was planned by members of the Philip G. Cochran Memorial Methodist E p i s c o p a Church and the public Is invited to attend. Geo"Kc Uvinsrslon 111. George Livingston has been ill a is Railroad street home for the pas vo weeks. Other Items of Interest. Mrs. Frank Patterson of Vandcrbil s able to be out again after being 1 for about three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Roach and 'Ar lur Ronch spent the ucek-cnd a home of their moth rt i, Mrs. Juli Jrown, of Vanderbilt. Mrs. Brown as been ill of quinsy since Christ mas. Mrs. William Gillespic of Libert; eft Saturday to go to Los Angeles Irs. Giilespie will visit with he aughtcr, Mrs. Donald Rist, for th iCxt several weeks. Mrs. M. J. Hasson of Connellsvill ·isitcd recently with her sister, Mrs ",. J. Gaal, of North Dawson. Mrs. Clarence Murray of Libert; las returned home after spending tw vecks In Washington, Pa. Says All Miners Should Obey Rules For Gaseous Mines By United Press. HARR1SBURG, Jan. 20.--Uniform strigont rules which apply to known gaseous mines should be observed n all Pennsylvania mines, according to . report by a special State commission befoie Governor Arthur II. James. The commission appointed former Goveinor George II. Earle to investigate the disaster last June: 2 in the Butler Slope of the Volpc Coa Company at Pittstown in which 10 men lost their lives. 'We deplore tl-.e fact that this mine was known as a nongascous nine,' the 38-page icport said. "Technically this may be the coirect term, bu from a practical standpoint we fee the use ol such n term is a mistake when used in the mining industry and we recommend that in all mines uniform stringent rules of safct: which apply to n known gaseous mine should be observed." Members of the commission were State Senator Leo C. Mundy o WilkCi-Barrc. John 'B. Gallagher, international rcpiesentitivc of tlv United Mine Workcis of America and Dc-puty Attorney General John R. Reap. Cause of the explosion was be lieved by the commission to haw been caused by a squue/e in lln. basement heading that^sent a large quantity of »as into the upper righ lift, the gas being ignited by a sparl from an electric drill. New Kind of "Toys." AUGSBURG, Germany, Jan. 20.-Every new-born boy whose father i i member of the Suabian (Southwcs ermany) storm troops hereafter wi get a shiny dagger. The fathers ar o keep the weapons until the boy are old enough to join the Hitle outh movement and can themselve wear them. Victim "SIlssliiR" 23 Years. WASHINGTON, Pn., Jan. 20.- Body of a man killed by a train a Chcrleroi on January 3 was identified through fiingerprints as that 0 James Harold Pfau of Canton, v Ohio missing for 23 years. letters Granted. GREENSBURG, Jan. 20.--Letter of administration on the estate o Edward H. Bradley, late of Scottdiile were granted here to Howard W Bradley. The personal estate i valued at $7,000. OPPENHEIM'S Regular $1.95 Dress Shirts $1.29 Wool and Cotton Mix Work Socks .. 18c One Lot Boys Sweaters ... ....95c Shirts and Snorts .. 3 for $UJO Regular $1.00 Knitted Gloves 65c One Lot S1.00 Neckwear 95c Headlight Work Shirts Opportunity Sale Men's SUITS and OVERCOATS $ 1675 '2475 Values to $27.50 Values to $35.00 $40.00 Suits-Mow $30.00 $45.00 Suits-Mow $33.75 Men's Dress Socks . BOSTON/AN SHOES $7.50-Now $6.35 $8.50-Now . $7.35 .5 pr. for $1.00 French Called "Beasts." ROME, Jon. 20.--The Italo-Frcnc press war which followed Italy igitntion for return of former Italia possessions held by France reache new high when the newspapc Tevcrc described the French as "vi: leasts" not worthy to be spat upo by Italians. Take advantage of our battery conditioning service. We check each cell with hydrometer and power-test the entire battery on our scientific battery tester. Add distilled water. Clean battery and cables. Check and adjust generator charging rate. There is no charge for this service. BATTERY RECHARGE TO PUT YOUR CAR IN WINTER-SAFE DRIVING CONDITION tfilXCLUDEI BV 2 DAYS RENTAL INCLUDED FREE WITH OUR WINTER CHECK-UP REPAINT BATTERY CARRIERS To protect them against icM-wc-ir and salt corrosion from winter streets. RESET SPARK PLUG GAPS To insure full-flow of power on cold wintry mornings. Saves battery wear. SPECIAL T R A D E - I N ALLOWANCE TRADE IN YOUR OLD, FRAYED 1 POWER-LOSING BATTERY CABLES SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS C O M E I N T O D A Y Lt'ttt* la tb* Vtict «/ Firnto**/t4Htri*K Ricb^rit Credit +ntl M*rx*rtt Sptdtt th 70-titet Ftrttte*t Sjmpbo*y Qrchfttra* undtr tbr dirtttttm «/ Ilnul tix t Mwtd*y fvtninxt evtr tf*tb*v*Jt N. B. C K*4 fftiu-er* Tune in on the Fireitone Voice of the Farm Ridt'o progrim twice each week duriojE the noon hour AUTO SUPPLY AND SERVICE STORES 122 West Apple Street Phone 21 Get Your First Glimpse of Spring at Captivating Little Hats $ 1.95 They perch madly on a very small area of your head. They're gay and (.·harming--and the men really go for them even though they pretend otherwise. In lovely Spring shades. Snares for many Compliments Modern Miss Dresses put you on the scent of Spring Just right for/ bridging the Winter-into-Spring season. Light Spring shades that will look so gay peeking from beneath winter coats now--and look lovely by themselves next Spring. Also navy. "Charmode" Dresses In joyous Spring- styles Give winter - weary wardrobe a new lease on life! Dressy and tailored. FUR COATS to keep you warm the remaining 2 months of winter SPECIAL * SATURDAY AT $ 37 and $ The snow on the ground should be \ an incentive to you to buy a Cur coat I for there arc still mnny wlntcry days I left to wear it. Brown and grey Lapins I.. . Beaverettes . . . and Seal hies. Such I j smart style, such lovely furs . . . . at AM such low prices. Steal a jump on Spring with Pastel "Match Mix'ems" Lamp! creations. Tile, bnli rose, allure blue ... In skirts, sweaters and short sleovc sweater jackets. 14 to 20 sizes. Skirts Sweaters $2.1)$. Jnrket S3.DS

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