The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 27, 1939 · Page 14
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 14

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 27, 1939
Page 14
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1'AGE FOURTEEN THE DAILY COURrER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA FRIDAY,'JANUARY; 27, ipsn. Manager Form of City Adoption of a city manager form of government for third class cities of Pennsylvania was provided in a : bill Introduced in the State Senate at Harrisburg by Senator J. Albert Heed, independent Democrat, cf Washington county. If adopted, the law could apply to Corinellsville as well as Union town, Greensburg, Monessen, McKoesport and other municipalities of the State listed as third-class. Tho proposal as presented by .Senator Reed provided for: 1. A short ballot eliminating the election of all city officials Mccept members of City Council (including the mayor) and'in'the discretion of' the council of the comptroller. The others would be appointed. '· 2. A city manager--the council to appoint by majority vote a city, manager who shall tc Ihe chief executive and · administrative officer of the city. The manager shall receive such compensation as the council shall determine and shall be chosen solely on the basis of 'his executive and administrative ability. .The manager could be removed by a majority vote of the council. His duties, as outlined in the bill, would consist of: Preparing nn annual budget for council approval. Executing and enforcing all laws, ordinances and contracts of the city. Appointing and removing the "heads of all departments, boards "and bureaus and all other pincers 'and employes of the cityj -'except those elected 'at the polls. · U. CPayments Here $6,673.75 Distribution of 590. unemployment compensation checks, having an aggregate value of 56,673.75, in the Connellsvjlle district during the week ending December 130 increased the: ;,total 'fiucc inciptlon: of the program , a year ago .to 57,307 checka totalling ?677,692.35;: or. :an:nvera£e~ol, $11.8.1 . per check, the State Depa-?ment..a£ Labor Industry.'s division. ot:;va- cmployment. compensation..and em- . ployment. service announced in'Har' risburg, : . .".vr;'~" .~~.:r~ ' la District 9 of. which Connellsville "Is a .port, there "were .4,047 checks amounting to 544,669, 'boosting the grand totri to 769,149 checks aggregating £9,201,081.25, or/an average of $11.96. The week before-'there were 511 · checks in. the amount of $6,215.70. ' Untontown district had 325 checks .totalling $3,683.85 which made the total since start of the program 138,'734, ch«cks aggregating $1,707,610.40, or an average of $12.31. .Connellsville had a total of 850 claims during the week of December ,30 of which 26 were original and 824 · continued' while the week before there were 816 claims of which 21 were original and 795 continued. Reports submitted indicate that 103,748 checks, amounting to $1,118,420, were distributed in the week ending December 10; 76,066 checks, amounting to $826,758 In the week er.ding December 30, and 46,659 checks; amounting to $514,097, In the week ending December 30, the department announced in Harrisburg. As of January 4, last, total disbursements since the beginning of the benefit' payment program ' February, 1038, were $72,092,218, represented hi 6,449,996 checks; The average check was $11.18.' · · ' ·; District office payments., for the week of December. 30 include: ,-v · Charted, $1,567.20; ; ; Greensburg, $4,793.95. Indiana; $2,044.75. . · Jeahnctte, $2,804.45. Klttanning, $5,943.60. ·Latrobc,' $792.70. · Monessen, .-$4,672,50. · , - . ' · . " . New Kensington,'. $5,028.55:. ·'--. Uniontpwn, $3,083.05, ' -Waynesburg, $872.60. ' ·-Washington,-$5,791.10. ' Somerset, $2,893.80. . . Johnstown, .$27,191;70. Farewell Tour Curfew Grange To Hold Oyster Fete Saturday The annual oyster dinner of Curfew Grange will be held Saturday, January 28, in the grange hall at Flatwoods. All members and their families are invited to attend. Grangers and iricnds \viU meet in the forenoon to renew acquaintances and a program ot interest will be carried gut after dinner has been served. Somerset Doctors Plan Six Seminar Post-Grad Studies Ignacc Jan Padcrcwski Iftnace Jan Padcrewski, 78-year- old world-famous piniilst and former Polish premier, arrives in February for. his 20th American tour, opening .with a nation-wide broad- cast'from New. York and including some twenty of the larger cities. Padercwski first came to America, in*. 1891, abandoned music for politics during the war period, then rc- tamcd to conccrtizing in 1022 after spending his fortune promoting Poland as on independent state. (Central Press) Fights Annulment. HOUSTON, Texas, Jan. 27.--Melba Guthric, 19-year-old harvest queen beauty who married wealthy Pierce Withers after a whirlwind New Year's Day courtship, said she hopes ·b.e can. make their marriage a success despite his suit for annulment. iVithere is a 44-year-old oil man and rancher who claim's he"was too'drunk o kiipw what lie was-doing when ho underfoot·malfimohyT--"-"-~ -" :"-·' Landon Flays Hysteria. . TOPEKA, Kan., Jan. 27.--Alfred M. Landon, Republican Presidential candidate in 1930, sounded out warning that the people's of democracy must present a' united front both at home and abroad If there is to be any hope of meeting successfully the dangers and disasters \vhlch arc threatening them from all sides. · New XJniontown Follccman. UNIONTOWN,:'. Jan; 27;--Election of, James. Mnhoncy,.;Jr,;:as .a. mem-: uer o£. the-police forcerdiscussion;of taxation problems and. .approval', of the annual reportof.Treasurer;J. D. Kerioot high-lighted Tuesday night's meeting oJ Clty.CoASacil;:..'...." SOMERSET, Jan. 27.--A series of six seminar post-graduate courses taught by medical and surgical specialists will be conducted in Somerset as part of an educational program adopted by the Somerset County Medical Society. Dr. John T. Shipley of Meyersdalc was inducted as the new county president, succeeding Dr. J. F. Maurer of Somerset. Dr. Samuel Hoke of Acosta is vice-president,. Dr. C. W. Frantz of Confluence treasurer and Dr. B. H. Hoke of Meyersdalc treasurer. Loses Coal Mine, Musi Pay Royalties UNIONTOWN, Jon. 27.--In an adjudication handed down by President Judge Harry .A. Cottom, judgment was entered in favor of J. Frank Devlin and A. S. Mupcl-against Louis Abruzzi, operator of a small tract of coal land in Springhilli township. Abruzzi leased the tract from the two man in 1037 and later secured an injunction restraining them from interfering with his operations. The court found that Abruzzi failed to pay royalties after receiving two written notices and that under the terms of the leaso he had-forfeited his rifc'ht The court dissolved the injunction against Devlin and- Mapc! and entered- 'judgments., for ,5708.75 and SSOIiOT against. AbruzzL , Minister WAYNESBURG, -. Jan. 27.--Rev. Charles-Tame has fcsigned as pastor of the Wayncsburg' Church of the Xazarecc, a post he held five ·· ears, to become p:\stor of the First ,' ?zn- renc Church nt Mount Washington, Pittsburgh, effective February t. Motor -Salf : "Service G ttecli\c Appliance Division IDS So. Arch St. Phone $0} Dear Madame It Is our pleasure to announce that Miss Ha'jel Bcqrman a representative of the Gossard Foundation Company will be at the Ladies' Department of our. new Continental Store the week of January 30th. Miss Boorman has served many years as an expert corsetiere for the Gossard Company. She will gladly extend her knowledge of corset fitting to those who wish her services. Have you seen our store? We invite you women of Connellsville to pay us a visit. .We're proud of our free parking service. A uniformed attendant parks your car in a spacious parking.lot located at the rear of the .stored .'When-you are .ready to leave . . . he drives it to the front.of the store ... making it a matter of a few steps for you. Hoping that you will pay us a visit soon. We remain . . ::;.'··;-...' · .·;· . . - ; . . : Jours truly, .L A.D I E S ' D H P ART M E N T ' . CONTINENTAL" a-r Corner No. Pittsburg and Peach Sts. and 117 W. Crawford Ave. OPK\ LATE FRIDAY S I G H T S ' ' - ' ; Limit No. ZVi Six Larse Cans . ' .Can Butter Kernel Banner Day Blend Pancake or Buckwheat Flour 2p ° k °*- 5c Hurff's Cooked Spaghetti'"^"-Sc Solid Pack Ripe Tomatoes jiTs 5c Santa Clara Sweet Prunes T 5c Golden Krust Dcrrydale Roll Wisconsin Brick Fine Quality ( Cream Variety Prim Pastry Flour Heinz Soups Corn Flakes Pancake Flours Quality Table Syrup 24 Ib. sack Sled, can 43c 12c to? 9c Aunt nhna Macaroni or Spaghetti 2 Jell-0 Royal -Dessert;^ Egg Campbell' Alaska Pink Salmon 24-lb. sk. Fine Quality STRIKE ANYWHERE MATCHES 6 JS. 19c Lifebuoy or Lux Soap 3 c t cs 17c Palmolive Toilet Soap 3 c ? 0 * rca 17c Octagon Laundry Soap 10 Rinso or Oxydol Granulated Scaps 36c 18c Quality Evap. Fancy Rome Bcautj- or S.taymnn Winesap Crisp Fancy Fresh Iccbcrc Sweet and Juicy Easy to peel Heavy Juicy Grapefruit 6 for 15c Juicy California Lemons 2 Vox, 25c Crisp White Celery Hearts 3 r s 1 0 c Fancy New Green Cabbage 3 Ibs.lOc Turnips, Carrots, Parsnips 3 bchs.lOc Whole or Half Ib. 17c Loin Ends Ib. I9c Armour's Star or Swift's Premium Smoked Picnic Shoulders Ib. 15c Lakeview Sliced Bacon 2 ^ 29c Fancy Quality Fish Fillets Ib. 7c Tender Sliced Beef Liver Ib. 17c Freshly Made Jumbo Bologna 2 Iks. 25c FANCY FRESH STEWING OYSTERS £? 19c Frcsli QnalKy SEA Only Tvo More Days to See the Unusual Demonstration in Majestic Waterless Cookware At Our Crawford Avenue Store. " ' " '

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