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January 10, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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i MONDAY, JANUARY 10,103S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEIJLSVII-LB. PA. PAGE PIVK. MT. PLEASANT. JAIL NO HOME FOR LOAFERS SCOTT'S SCRAP'BOOK By RJ. SCOTT Burgess Gearhart Begins Clean-up as First Act. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Spcclnl to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 10.-Burgess Arthur Gearhart has begun the cleaning of the borough building of loafers, and transients who have been using the cc!!ar as a home. It is his first official act since taking office. A notice has been placed on the door stating that beginning Monday, January 10, all transients will be locked in the cells at night and discharged, the next morning by police officers. For several years a number of men have moved into the cellar of the borough building, cooking and washing, as well as sleeping there. Transients who spent n day or two would drift back and stay indefinitely. The number has averaged 13 and as many as 27 have slept there at night. Birth at Hospital. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Newhouse of the Homesteads at Fricfc . Memorial Hospital on Sunday morning. airs. Leonard Buried. The funeral service for Mrs. Scr- ctta Leonard of Tarr was held in Mount Lebanon Church at Tarr on Sunday afternoon in charge of Kcv. Clendenning, pastor of the church. Interment was in the church cemetery. Beside her husband, Clyde Leonard, she is survived, by one son, Arthur Clyde; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dodson, of Tarr; one brother and four sisters, Philip D., and Mrs. Genii Gilpin, both of Tarr, Mrs. Viola Gilland of Pitcairn, Mrs. Ethel Kotvcn of Bolivar and Mrs. Vera Chapman of Vestaburg. Name B. L. Directors. At a meeting of stockhoders of the Mount Pleasant Building and Loan Association on Friday evening M. R. George, L. M. Plaadl and Lawrence Rehanck were named directors lor three years. Other directors are Dr. W. A. Marsh, Dr. M. S. Kuhn, D. L. George, C. M. Galley, B. F. Piper and T. N. Scaton. · Election of officers will be held Tuesday. Sportsmen Release Robblls. The Mount Pleasant Sportsmen's Association on Saturday received 24 rabbits from the State Game Commission which were released near here. f--·' The rabbits were sent from Ottcr- villc, Mo., to Greensburg where they were received by Ralph Hos- tettlcr, secrcary of the organization. The game was liberated by Leo Shaw, president. Saturday Club Entertained. Mrs. Mary McFarland of Greensburg who talked on "Gaspc Peninsula," was the only speaker on the program of the Saturday Afternoon Club, entertained Saturday afternoon by Mrs. William Robinson at her home in' College avenue. Following the program there was a social hour. Ivan Zufall Leaves Hospital. Ivan Zufall of Wayno, who was injured when caught by a trip rope to. a. mine near Wyano, on Friday, December 1, was discharged from Frick Memorial Hospital on Sunday. Zufall had flesh torn from his leg between the ankle and thigh. New Ofllccrs In Charge. Newly elected officers of the Polish Falcons begin their duties on Sunday. They are as follows: President, Michael Nowak; vice-president, Stanley Kurpicl; financial secretary, Alex Ogrondy; recording secretary, Ignac Frydrych-, treasurer, Jacob Misicwicz; steward, Joseph Wclc; scrgeant-at-arms, Frank Jurczyk; directors, Adam Topper, Frank Wis- niewskl, Ted Majchrowski, Joseph Powrozniak, Louis Kowalcwski and Walter Kolaclnski. Wilei A. ^ 15 IN A HURRY HE. CAN. t£T OYER-TrlE.5 ROUND 1M; HOPS 2.0 FEE-T XONCi ANP ^^^ OR 10 FEET" IKlHtAl*. ^ggfflP DANIEL KISER HURT UNDER S L A T E FALL Accident Occurs in Miner Mine Near . West Overton. C.CAXHOUU ·TO AMEND -THE. U,S.MH-S-jlTl.rtiaK BV ASOl.lSHlr4q -trlE. S)HS3LB. OFFICE. OFtttE. PRESIDENCY, AND CftEAtTn^ -f\MO PRESIDEKTS/ OWE. FOR "HIE. NORTH AMD 'ftE OTHER. FOR-tttE. ·SoU'ffV/lo BE_ W OFFICE. A-f-frlE- SAME.-TiME. (CM-HOUN WAS VICE PREStPEN-T FROM 18X5 TO 1832.) MA.KY -fpE-S OF ARE. SrloWN OH STAMPS OF AFRICA-. COPYRIGHT. 1938. KING FEATURES SYMOICATE. Inc. 'LlD£R5 Bxiiuf A DEC'ADE. BEFOR.E. -JriE- AlRPXANBS.FURHISrtED ·TrlE. WRIGHT BROfrlER? .-ffl TOR.-fftE.lR. News of Day At Dunbar DUNBAR, Jan. 10.--Miss Helc,n Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jobe Cole of Mount Braddock, and John Edwin Hcrshbergcr, of this place, were married here on Thursday evening. With the Sick. Catherine Giampetro cf Church Hill, who underwent a mastoid operation at Conncllsville State Hospital on Thursday morning, is progressing as well as can be expected at this time. Walter Pope, who has been confined to bed at his home on Bryson Hill for the post two weeks, is showing improvement. Mrs. Thomas Clements, who has been 111 at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Alice Guthrlea, of Waynesburg since Christmas, shows gradual improvement. Improvement is reported in the condition of Mrs. Anna Smith, who has been quite ill at her Railroad street home. Card and Bingo Party. A card and bingo party will be held Wednesday night in the Dunbar Junior Hall under the sponsorship ot the Junior Order of United American Mechanics. There will be valuable prizes. H. M. Miller Heads Springfield Road ' Supervisory Body Homer M. Miller has beui elected chairman of the board of road .supervisors of Springfield township. W. H. Miner was named secretary-treasurer nnd E. D. Brown of Uniontown solicitor. Other supervisors are James P. McMillen nnd Ralph Hart, the latter succeeding William Whipkey. The supervisors said they are preparing a large road program this year and with the cooperation of the State Highway Deportment expect to make a big improvement in the township road system. Elected President Of Smifhfon Council Many Real Estate Deals Recorded Shanksvlllc Defeated. Richland Township High turned back Stonycrcck Township High of Shanksville to the tune of 30 to 15. SMITHTON. Jan. 8.--M a r t i n Forsythe has been named president of council to succeed Dr. Harold Snowdcn. Robert Zaffy was named treasurer and Williojn Barthcls .secretary. Burgess Harry Frost was sworn in to succeed Allen F. Smith who filled the unexpircd term of John B. Davis who resigned when he moved to West Newton. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 10.--Deed filed with Recorder Pat F. Hynes In elude: Mrs. Ila/el r^7elle nnd hu^ban and others to Charles F. Baughma and wife, Dunbar township, one an one-half acres in Dunbar townshi] for $200. Alda T. Shoaf, executrix, an others to John A. Mcncrmitt an wife, Smithflcld, lot, three in Stewartson tract, Smithfield, for $2 050. Myronic Grins and others to Em- Diamond, Masonlown. over tu'o aci« in Sprmghill township, for Si50. Ida M. Cox and husband to Viol Livingston and others, Sprir.gflc township, less than an ncrc at Mi Run, for $2.000. George A. Lcapiine and -.vifc Commonwealth of I'cnnsyivanl Harrisburg, over 15 acres in Dun bar township, for $155. Mary Kowalcik. per admirislrato to Frank Mardula and wite, Nor: Union township, lots 201 and 202 Laurel Hill tract, North Union town ship, for S'100. Curtis Aubtin and wife, per shcri to Uniontown Savings and Loan, Un lonlown. lots 10, 11 12 and 13 Goodwin plan, Redstone townshi for $11C.CO. Kockwood Stops Boswcll. Hockwood defeated Boswell, 24 to 23, to dish out the second straight setback to the Eistrict 5 champions. Fricdens Tops Berlin. Friedens finished on the btrong en of a 30 to 15 score with Berlin. S BURIJED MORE THAN TWO HOURS Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, Jan. JO.--Daniel Kiscr, r9 yours old, oE near Con- irllKvillc, buffered abrasions of the nee, right forearm and Uu'gli when ic was caught in a fall of slate Sal- urliiy evening in the Gus Minei mine at West Overton. It was considered miraculous that Kiser escaped with such slight in- iury as he was buried under the fall lor two hours. He was found by Elmer Barklcy and Homer Jones, fellow workmen vho took him to Frick Memorial iospital in Mount Pleasant. His condition is considered good "Armed* Men Are Trappers. Two State police spent a part o: Sunday afternoon near Californii school in Creek Hills, following t story, sent in by nearby residents who told of four heavily armed men iving in a coal house. The police leportcd at the borough building, on their return, that the story was of the "wild goose" order since it had been explained to them that the men were trappers. It wa understood further investigation in the matter would be made. Birth at Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chalano o Scottctalc arc parent-! of a son weighing 10 pounds and 13 ouncCh The child was bom at Frick Memorial Hospital in Mount Plcasanl Both mother and baby aro gcttinj along nicely. Democrat Women Sleet. The Women's Democrat Club o Evcrion met Friday at the home o Mrs. Margaret Bair. At the close o the session a lunch was served by committee composed of Mrs. Mary Fazenbaker, Mrs. Ada Nawrock Mrs. Mary Crumley and Mrs. E Fikc-. The next meeting will be hcl February' 2. Prayer \Vcek Knds. The annual prayer week service sponsored by the "Woman's Christia Temperance Union of Scottdale closed on Sunday afternoon in th Mcthodiit Episcopal Church, wher meetings had been held each after noon last week. Lenders during the week wcr Mrs. C. A. Colborn. Miss Kat Lowe, Mrs. Josiah Reynolds, M: J. W. Withcrspoon, Mrs. J. W. For sythe, Mrs. C. W. Stauffcr and Mrs W. F. Stoncr. Special music was furnished cac day by the following persons: Due by Miss Ruth Sherman and Mis Nina Rider, accompanied by M: Fox; solo. Mrs. J. W. Edwards, ac companied by Mrs. Fox: solo, Mr Robert Byrne; duet, Miss Jane Echard and Miss Sarah Eicher, ac companicd by Miss Virginia Eiche solo. Miss Martha Brown; duct, Mr Jay Evans and Mrs. C. F. Lewi TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE zs 23 2Q- ·Si, 38 30 3S 21 ACROSS 1--Curbed 9--Garden tool 28--A shelter In 10--Possess the side of a 12--Printer's trench measure 31--Experi- 14--Publish mcnts 15--Exist 33--Billow 16--A swoon 34--Form of -en 18--Cap again before -1 20--Endured 35--A select 3022--A Roman clal group citizen* 36--Fifth letter outer gar- of the He- zncnt brew alpha- 23--A female bet animal 37--A beverage parent 38--Letter S 25--Letter C 40--An adherent (pl.) islands 29--A visitor f- 19--A pigment 30--Expression - or dye · of disgust 21--Childish 32--Strike with term for the open i. father · hand 2*--Summon 37--Symbol for; together tungsten' 26--Snake-hke 39--Southeast) fish (abbr.), ,, 27--Abrupt -jf Answer to previous puzzle \ DOWN 2--Expression of inquiry 3--Aim A--Leaned 5--Crablwd 6--Not salty 7--Hal/ QJ em 8--Considered 11--Witty retorts 13--Variation of baa 15--A sack 17--Small solo, Mrs. J. D. Blackburn. Home From Hospital. Mi.-,s Marjoric Burke of North Scottdale, who underwent an operation at Frick Memorial Hospital at Mount Pleasant early in December, has returned to her home. Admitted to Hospital. Bertram F. Zcarlcy has been taken to Frick Memorial Hospital in Mount Pleasant for treatment. TODAY IN WASHINGTON BY DAVID LAWRENCE Continued from Page Four, about $59,000,000 thus leading Mme observers to conclude that the unemployment growing out of newspaper merges and magazine publishing discontinuances may be attributed to no small extent to this technological displacement of labor directly aided by the government's action in supplying radio leases free to applicants. This substantial subsidy--one o£ the biggest v he government has ever furnished to private profltmaklng interests--is not wholly without its reciprocal advantages to political administrations which find that their numerous speeches and propaganda are carried in full text and in greater quantity than is possible in the limited space of the printed medium. Similarly the radio, fearful of losing its license, presents no criticism of its own on public questions and makes rules and regulations that favor the incumbent administration especially in the' matter of simultaneous hookups for so-called "nonpolitical" addresses. Small wonder that political government feels so kindly toward the present system of free radio liccnics, but it is, in all fairness, one of those realistic things which cannot be overlooked when the President raises the question of "ethics" and so-called "subsidy" to publishers in the second class mail- operations, a "subsidy" that is really a profit to the government and an aid in keeping down the cost of delivering first class mail. YOUR NERVES ON EDGE? Sharoo. Pa. -- Mr*. StdU Xrudoo, 22? Vine St., «ayx: "I itt Terr little, didn't *I*p well at ntgtrt and was I awfully nervcxx, but Dr. | IVrre*« Fa»onte Pro Appetite and leJp«-d to mate me took and feri IQce * new prracMh. I Dr. IHerce's Favorite XYacriptn^ Kgvxl or ufekfe, at yoor drag *toro toxf. Everson EVERSON, Jan. 10.--Charles Wingrove and other members of the American Legion spent Tuesday evening in Uniontown at a special mcet- inj of Legion members to elect officers for the coming year. Among those who were Connells- villc callers during the past week were James Hcincs, Michael Coyne, Thomas Byrne, Rudolph Earncsty, Thomas Filburn' and Benjamin Ostroski. Herbert Watson of Philadelphia was a recent visitor with his wife and children, Mrs. Mary Watson of Jones street. Mr. Watson has' been working in n drug store there for several years. Mrs. Mattlc Stoner was a recent visitor among, relatives at Tarr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bcelcr of Mount Pleasant were recent visitors with Mrs. Becler's father, Mr. Kciran Collins, of Gralt street. Patronize those who advertise. Wife Preservers YOCHUM was born and raised in the cattle country. , X Speaking from personal observation, Ted says: "Cowpunchers are great Camel smokers. Seems like if a man smokes Camels once -- he sticks to 'cm. Come round-up time--I'm in the saddle for hours, and not spatin' myself. A Camel sure hits the spot then. I get a mighty pleasant 'lift.'" Yes, and to America at large, Camel's costlier tobaccos have such a special appeal that they are the largest-selling cigarette in this.country! AUTO MECHANIC AI Patterson says: "In tho garoco business you havo to catch your meals on tho run. ' I find that Camels seem to smooth the way for good digestion. The Mrs. araoVcs Camels too." CHIEF SIGNALMAN John Ger- Q£hty: "You don't havo to bo n railroad man to know that speod and safety -- our watchwords -- call for healthy nerves. I smoko plenty. Camols don't jangla my nerves." SALESGIRL Elsio Schumnclior works in a department- utoro. Sho says: "When tho rush gots mo to feeling worn out--it?s mo for a Camel, nnd I get n quick 'lift.' Practically all of us girls in the store prefer Camels." PERSONAL SHOPPER Irono Sherwood says: "I guess every woman knows how hectic shopping is. I'm up against that six dnys a week. When I'm fatigued, I light up a Camel. It helps mo to snap back." Chromium Is a fairly new composition used for household ware. To clean It, Ltta Price and Hnr- ritt Bonnet »civi«« wiuhlng it "with hot toap iud to cut nil jr««i«. Rinse th3rou£hl7 with not water, polish irnmedlaUly with cleun. dry cloth." Ta):»~ Ironi their In** "MjMri.ifl". Camol spends MILLIONS MORE FOR COSTLIER TOBACCOSI Camels arc a matchless blond of finer-MORE EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS ·Turkish and Domestic PHARMACIST J. E. Bayus says: "I get In a lot of Camel smoking. And when I soy I never tire of Camel's taste--it's experience talking." CHAMPION TYPIST Remo Poulscn: "I enjoy Camels from one end of tho day to tho other. And Camels arc so mild, tljey don't irrituto iny throat."

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