The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 13, 1938 · Page 7
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January 13, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 13,193S. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNEI.LSVILLE. PA PAGE SEVEN. Faulty Gasoline Pumps And Sea les Condemned; Disease Rate Falls Off FRIEDENSMINE ' RESUMES WITH 140 I MEN GIVEN JOBS Health Officer's Report Shows Year of Activity., EAT ING PLACES ALL INSPECTED There were 41 cases of communicable diseases in Conncllsvillo during 1037, it was revealed in the report of Health Officer Charles H. Balsley to the Board of Health. This compares with 54 cases in 1936 and 170 In 1935. The ailments were: Diphtheria, one. Scarlatina, one. Mumps, two. Measles, two. Scarlet fever, 36. Whooping cough, four. Chicken pox, nine. Typhoid fever, four (hospital.) Cercbrospinal meningitis, one (hospital.) Meningitis, one (hospital.) There were flve quarantine cards up on January 1, three for scarlet lever, one for mumps and one for j measles. The health officer's report showed that he investigated 407 of 409 complaints received; made 270 inspections o! 96 eating and drinking places; issued 891 health certificates to employes of those establishments; issued written warnings to 44 violators of the health laws; made one arrest and obtained a conviction for health law violation; posted 72 garbage cards and erected 24 garbage cards on stakes. Mr. Balsley tested 313 gasoline pumps of which 19 were condemned and 21 adjusted. The 293 oil pumps tested were all found to be giving perfect measurement. He tested 374 scales, condemned two and had seven adjusted. Twenty dealers selling oysters were found to be complying with the law. On October 15 Mr. Balsley, in · company with Inspector F. J. Cavanaugh of the State Department of Health, insjjected 15 eating and drinking places in the city. SOMERSET, Jan. 13.--After five months ot enforced idleness, HO miners have returned to work at the Fricdens operations of the bankrupted Vulcan Smithing Company under the direction of, the Simpson Coal Company. I Superintendent Don M. Simpson of More Prunes for Army Urged. the Penn-Smokeless Coal Company SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 13.--Ed- near Jerome hired HO of. the 325 men ward Vandeleur, secretary of the formerly employed at Fricdens to State Federation of Labor, is advo- operate in the north sector of the op- eating prunes for the army and the orations closed last August 20 when navy. With a surplus of 300,000 tons the firm went bankrupt. It was said only the north section would be worked ot Oils time. It has be leased by the new flrmi from the heirs of the Baer estate, owners of the coal rights. About 500 tons of o£ prunes in California this year, Vandcleur conducted a state-wide campaign for prune consumption. Burglar Takes $2,000 in IIosc. CLEVELAND, Jan. 13.--One burglar is well supplied witli gifts for his girl friends. A wholesale notion firm reported a burglary loss of 350 dozen coal will be mined daily. pairs of womcns silk hose valued at $2,000. Uniontcwn Awaits Federal "Verdict" On Disposal Plant UNIONTOWN, Jan. 13.--Early announcement is expected from Washington concerning the fate of the proposed sewage disposal system here. Plans lor the new health and sanitation project call for a $000,000 system to be installed in Coal Lick run and Redstone creek, merging at a point near the foot of Pittsburg street and extending in a general channel to the proposed disposal plant near Redstone junction. Heads \Vlndber Sportsmen. SOMERSET, Jan. 13.--B. B. Barefoot was elected president of the Windbcr Sportsmen's Association for his fourth consecutive term, H. K. Sarver vice-president, B. F. Freeman secretary and H. H. Hoenstine treasurer. Everson EVERSON, Jan. 13.--Mrs. Alice Sherrick and daughter, Mrs. Mary Frick spent Thursday in Connellsville on business. Mrs. Clark Harshman is convalcs- ing at her home after receiving fractures of several ribs last week when she fell while walking towards her home. Mrs. Catherine Evans and sister. Mrs. Joseph O'Donnell, were recent shoppers in ConnellsviUe. Mrs. Jack Flannigan and son, John, o£ South Everson and Mrs. Patrick Collins of Painter street were recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Flannigan's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. I and Mrs. Cjharles Stillwagon of Con- ncllsvillc. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lodgston of Painter street were recent visitors with their son, Joseph Lodgston of Moyer. His wife, Mrs: Mary~Eodgs= ton, has been seriously ill for the past month. , . . . _ · William Guptill was a recent business visitor in ConnellsviUe. Rudolph Earnesty was in Conr.ells- ville recently to transact business. Taul Yonai Succumbs. SOMERSET, Jan. 13.--Paul Yonsi, 63, died Sunday night at his home rt Berlin, R. D. 2. Values to $15.00 Shop and Save a t . . 218 N. Pittsburg Street, Spea'a/ Opposite Paramount Theatre Motion to Quash Charges Against ; Frkk Overruled UNIONTOWN, Jan. 13.--A motion to quash the proceedings ot Mike Baron, Thomas McCormick and Raymond Waznlck against the H. C. Frick Coke Company, presented by Hhe defendant, was overruled in an jorder signed by Judge H. S. Dum- jbauld. i Fifteen days weie allowed i'or vn answer to be Hied to the petition for mandamus as amended. The case is the outgrowth of n dispute between the company and the United Mine Workers of America over the number of checkwoiGhmon the co/npany should recognize under the law. Employes demand recognition of a chcckwcignman on each of the three shifts and the company ( maintains the law provides lor elen- ) tion ot only one. ' The defendant, through its counsel, · accepted the court order and the bill .' ol exceptions was sealed. Smofcy Dicara, Fire! CLEVELAND.. Jan. IS Mice which chewed matches were blamed for starting a basement (Ire.in the home of Fireman Frank Ramsey who discovered the blaze when smoke cctercd his dreams. For"Raw"Throat TWs- Dent vaoto precious tlmo oo bxtfocthra remedies. VM Zooltol Studard lAbonuocy teru proro It's 9 .3 tlmtx more active 4h»n may o'er popular, naa-po-tonouw antiMpUa ... Zoalto kffli tho germ* that cawo cold-at contact/ ... Soothes raw throat, too, and increases tho How of natural, healthful flulctil Got Zonlt« at TOUT drwrffUV* right away. Garglo a; one* and ttort killing tho cold germ* In your throat. Follow «Jmplo direction* with bottle. You'll be glad you've diacorerwl this qatek way to flit coid germs. MEN! GefYour Spaide Jacket Now--At a Saving! They Were $7.50. Fancy plaid or Blue Mellon Boys' Sizes only S3.95 Clark's O. N. T. THREAD Silk Cotton Mercerized Brilliant Spool Embroidery Floss 2 for 5c Crochet Button anil Car *' Ct Spool Harry Bowman 713 West Cnnvf ord Avenue West Side 5c Gold Bond Sliced, Vienna or Rye BREAD 3 Lpo Loaves 25c Clearbrook, Jtrookfield or Blue Valley BUTTER r«r II), 39c Strictly Fresh Country EGGS Doz. 35c Good Luck or Kuco OLEO 2 Ibs. 39c Best FLOUR ·IJ£ Hi. Snck 99c Weideman Barley, 2-1-Ib. boxes ..19c Libby's Apple Butter, qt. jar · 17c Gren Pac Cut Beets, 2 Ige. cans ..19c Sardines, in Mustard or Oil 6 cans 25c Jelly Bird Eggs, 2 Ibs 25c Dried Apricots, fancy, per Ib 19c Dried Peaches, fancy, 2 Ibs. 25c S P E C I A L ! BRAUN'S (-olden Snow LAYER Black -Walnut or ea CAKE ' Devil's Fnw Prunes, 40-50 size, 3 Ibs 25c Sunny Cane Powdered Sugar 3 bxs 25c Gren Pac Diced Carrots, 3 cans ... 25c Vestibule, Peas Carrots, 3 cans 25e Gren Pac Large Tomatoes* 2 cans 25c Ideal Dog Food, S cans 25c Foodland Hominy, 2 cans 19c MINCE MEAT 2 Ibs. 35c Loose, 3[udc with liriindy PEAS 2 cans 29c Little Walter, Sifted Snuill Peas CORN 2 c a n s 2 7 c Hart's Golden Bantam Swcot Corn COFFEE 2 Ibs. 49c House of Lord's, Hotel Mend Shearer's Home Made, Pure HORSERADISH 6-or. Jar 15c La Premiata SPAGHETTI in ConncIIsvillc 5 Ib. box 49c :'»'· Jl.OO.'CHHOWIUM fL»t(D with' '(Jniy, j b'ox'.top from'.' PCTAGON" TGR'ANP^TEO. SOAR'; MiuVt»ocTAabN/.J*f »y, ci'nv N. J. · Large Size 20c Phone 620 Shop via phone at the West Side Market. Your order receives the s»me consideration as when 700 shop in person. .But, 1C you prefer to come lo the store, you'll always find plenty of parkin; space nearby. SMACKS Ovon Fresh, Butter Cracker* TOMATO JUICE Swift's. One pint, 4 or. can--25« per pkg. 1/C 50 oz. can 25c LEMON JUICE Bar-X Brand. Excellent for mixing drink*. RAISINS Loose, Fancy, Seedless Rnisins. Full Quart 29c 3 Ibs. 25c King Nut OLEO 2 Ibs. 27c Van Camp's MiLK 3 Cans 20c Circls "W" COFFEE Ib. 19c Ivory Soap Deal! 3 Small Bars nnrt Bar, All for 25c 8 Cup Muffin Tin FREE! With tlio Purchase of 2 Large Boxes of Kellugrp's All Brnn, for 45c Good Luck PIE FILLERS Vanilla, Butterscotch, Lemon or Chocolate Per Pkg. 10c 2 Pkps. Kellojrc's Kice Krispies, anil 1 PJktr. Kellogg's Krumbles Both for 25c Gold Medal FLOUR 24J£ Hi. Snck 99c B A N A N A S Sweet Potatoes, large. No. 1, 6 Ibs. California Oranges Size 288, 2 Doz. 29c TANGERINES 2 Doz. 29c Maine Potatoes, 15-lb. .bag Florida Oranges, large size, doz. Stnynuiu Winesnp FANCY APPLES Per bu. 95c GREEN PEPPERS Doz. 35c Baldwin Apples, 7 ]bs. Roman Beauty Apples, 10 Ibs Kresli Cranberries, Stayman Winesap Apples, 8 Ibs -Onions, 10-lb. sack Calif. Celery, 3 bunches ______ Button Radishes, 3 bunches .--,.,,,.,., Head Lettuce, 3 Jarge heads 25c 25c 19c 25c 28c 25c lOc 25c California Carrots, 4 bunches Idaho Baking Potatoes, 10 Ib. __ Leat Lettuce, 3 Ibs. Grape Fruit, Seedless, 5 for Fresh Tomatoes, Ib. I Spinach, Parsnips, Turnips, Fresh Peas, Pnrsley, New Cabbage, G r e e n Hoans, Celery Cabbage, Green Onious, Brussel Sprouts, Broccoli, etc. 25c 33c 25c 25c I5c Government Inspected Finest Quality Swift's Branded Yearling Beef Fresh Beef Brains, t A perlb lUC Rump Roast, Ib. Rib Roast, short cut, Ib. -Chuck Roast, center cuts, Ib. 22c 22c 17c Beef S h o u l d e r - Roast, center cuts, -f *jr Ib HAMBURG 2 Ibs. 25c 15c lOc Boneless Rib Roast, Ib __22c Beef Shank or Neck, Ib. Plate Boil, Ib. Tenderloin and Sir- «)«j loin Roasts, Ib LLC. Veal, Pork and r/V Beef, ground. 3 Ibs. DUG Tenderloin Sirloin, Cube, Bound, Swiss Ib. 25c Fresh Spare Ribs, Ib : Pork Loin Roast, rib end, Ib. Pork Shoulder, whole, Ib. 17c 17c 17c Pure Pork SAUSAGE Loose or Link Ib. 19c FORT PITT BACON Whole or Half, heavier ave., « 25c Mixed Pork Chops, pound _________ Pork Chops, center cuts, Ib. ' Pork Liver, 2 Ibs Pork Shoulder, calla style, 5 to 6 Ib. average, Ib _ Mush, 2 Ibs. Pork Butts, 4 to 5 Ib. pieces, Ib. _. 15c 18c Canadian Sliced Bacon, Ib Neck Bones, 3 Ibs..__ Fresh Hams, whole string half,'10 to 12 Ib. average, Ib. 25c 45c 25c Honey Brand String Half- Whole or ; Ib. 2Sc \ 7 eal Loin or Rump Of| Roast, Ib £iUC Veal Shoulder Chop's, Ib. Veal Chops, rib or Loin, Ib. --:-Veal Shoulder center cuts, Ib. Veal Steak, Ib. ..,, Smoked Sausage, Ib. 20c 25c Roast-- 15c 30c 25c Cottage Cheese, 2 Ibs. _ .-.',.,, 25c Swift's Premium HAMS Lnrjrcr Average, Ib. 25c 23c Cresuut Hams, whole or string half, 20-lb. -1 n · average, Ib. JLI/C Lamb". r - Shoulder--Roast, 4 or 5 Ib. in a piece, Ib. ,,_ _ Genuine Spring - '· Leg of Lanib, Ib-_Lamb-Rib,Chops, -. Lamb Shoulder jCho'ps, ih.-..- . Lamb Breast, OC* 3 Ibs £«)C Home Made.Liver 'ir Pudding, per Ib IOC Swift's Premium Sliced HAMJb. 35c LEAF LARD per Ib. 1 Ic Small Ib. Wieners, 23c 17c 25c Club Wieners, Ib. Skinless Wieners, Ib. Forty Fathom Fish, fresh, Ib. Frying nnd Stowing Oysters. Halibut, lied Salmon. Fresh Pig Pect, 3 Ibf Smoked Beef Tongues, cooked, Ib Spiced Lunch Ham, Ib. -..,......,,.. Sliced Corned Beef. Ib. Sliced Dried Beef, Ib. Jumbo Minced Ham, Ib. Ring or Long Bologna, Ib. _: 25c 30c 35c 35c 35c 18c I8c Bacon Squares, , Ib 15c Swift's Premium. Sliced Bacon, Ib. package Swcitzcr Cheese, Ib. Pure Rendered Lard, 2 Ibs Scrapple, 3 Ibs 35c 35c 25c 25c 1OO2 West Crawford Avenue PHONE 620 ConnellsviUe, Pa.

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