The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 18, 1938 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 18, 1938
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PAGE SIX THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSYILLB. 'PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY IS, I03S. PERSONAL MENTION . Hev. and Mrs. Robert Shannon and two children, Albert and Patricia, who were called here by the death .of Mrs. Shannon's father, William Fulmcr, left this morning for their home at Ellisburg. · Oppman's Taxi. P.'.onc 700i--Ad- vertisement.--Soct-tf. Mrs. Roy Shultz of McKcan, who underwent a sinus operation at the Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, has been discharged and is at the home of her mother, Mrs. Jacob Engcl, of East Murphy avenue. She is getting along nicely ^ Plain flngcr waves, shampoo, manicure and arch, 25c each. Special on . pcrmanent._wavcs .until February 1st. Mrs. C. H. Bowermastcr. Phone 2034.--Advertisement.--18jan-It....',, Miss .Virginia... Graham., .returned Monday from, a "weeks', visit, with Mrs.~Theron Kelly of New York City.- - .... "500" and bingo, Wed. Jan. 19th, Odd Fellows Temple, 8:30, admission 25c.--Advertisement.--ISjan-lt. '-' '.Mrs. Louis Shrallow of Isabella road was a Pittsburgh'visitor-Mon- day. '·· ·· Attorney Herbert B." Coats 1 of Chicago and Miss Elnnora Bannister of Grecnsburg visited Mrs, Kathryn Balsley of Francis avenue over the week-end. : Miss-Sarah Brant has returned to Pittsburgh, haying spent the weekend \yith-Miss-Martha- Sellers of West Gr,een street. , -'· Miss- 'Rose, Burron of the Hollywood Shoppe, North Pittsburg street, left_this_morning .for '.a two-weeks' vacation~at"Terre-Haute,' Ind... She will visit her brother-in-law '"'and sister," Mr. and-Mrs. Edward Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Wcimcr'and MrJ 'and-Mrs. John Brady will' attend', the anniversary party" of : the McKeesport Kiwanis Club at the Pcnn-McKee -Hotel -at McKeesport · this, evening. .. .-· ·: . . · · · · " . ; Mr. and-Mrs; Donald Black,;Jane Lee.and Jack Lce.ot South Connellsville motored to" Cumberland,: Md.", Saturday .where.- Jack- Lee- has been employed 'at-thc-CclancscZsllk.. plant for the "past-two years.....'.-- -Mrs. 'J.~W. Hudkins~of ncar'Coh"- ncllsville ha's returned "home alter ah extended-visit ·with'-'her^ son-in-law and·· daughter, Dr. -and -Mrs,- A.--A. Glcitz of Girard. Miss Edith Brown of.Pittsburgh was the guest of Mr. anci'Mrs. W. B. Logan of Lincoln nvenuc over -Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Logan's, daughter. Miss Mary Elizabeth Logan, em.-, ployed at the Personality. "Beauty Shoppe at \vas-7 home over the. week-end..*'.'.'.'. .·.:":,'.,,·":'; Ivlrsl Charles W.'.Newcomer," arid ·daughter,"Gail,:of "Allison" havc"rc^ turned home after a visit with."the . former's sister,' Mrs. I. H.' "Lucfccy of Prospect street. ·" Mrs. Mary Karns of South "Co'n- ncllsville -"and daughter, Miss.- Irene, supervisor at the'McKeesport Hospital, accbmpa'nied-by. the · latter^s friend. Miss-Dahlman, R. N., "bnc Mrs. (Karris' nephew.-Dale Caddis, of ; Dunbar.;arc; motoring; through Flor- : Sda. Thcjr-jwill be absent a. month. Aunt Het By ROBERT QUILLEN '...-"1. don't mean to exaggerate. But when I start to tell something I've -know for a week. It don't seem oxcitln' unless I dress it up a little.'.'. Grim. Reaper MRS. PRISCIUA SNYDER ; MOUNT.'. PLEASANT, Jan".'.18.-Mrs. Priscilla Snyder, 71 years, old died at 10:15 o'clock Saturday.eve- ning, at .her home near United, her death occurring a little over a month 'ollowing that of her husband, the ate William H. Snyder, .who died on December 6. In ailing health for several years Mrs. Snyder suffered a stroke on Saturday. , She is. survived by the following children: Mrs. Laura Ahlborn o," Middle Churches: Adam L. Snyder o: Adah; Mrs. Maude Gault of Greensburg; Mrs. Emma.Swcitzcr of New Derry; Harry and Joseph-Snyder o WhUncy;.John- Snyder of "Williamj- port; Mrs. Mary Helde ot Latrobt p. D., and Paul Snyder of Greens burg, R. D. One brother, Harry Fryc of.Pcnnsburg; 28.grandchildren and two great-grandchildren also lur- vivc. The funeral service will be held .a 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at St. John's Lutheran Church, Middle Churches, in charge of the Rev Gcorgo-Booth. Interment will ic in the church cemetery. Ulilify: Commission Orders Telephone Toll Rales Lowered By'United Press. HARRISEURG, Jan. 18. -- The Public. Utility Commission has ordered the Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania to revise its intrastate long-distance tolls to conform to charges of the pa'rent concern, the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, for interstate calls of comparable mileage. The revision will affect .all charges over 10 cents. Compliance with the order will ,' cost the company. $600,000 a. year in intrastate tolls and on additional $150,000 in .charges.- for .interstate, calls which the A. T. T. "will take over," according to testimony o£ Chief Bell Consel'William H. Lamb, Philadelphia, at a P. U. C. hearing in the rate case last week. -^ - -' ' Lamb said the mileage rates were identical prior to January 15, 1037, when "A. T. T. made lower interstate charges effective to cut revenues 512,000,000 a year as requested by the Federal Communications Commission. · · '- MRS. MARY ANN WILKINSON i.-:;Mrs. Mary Ann Forsythe Wilkin sdn,:.dQUghter. of the late Delia nn Daniel.,Forsythe, died yesterday a the home'of her ;son, William, -o Banning." Sherwns born In West moreland county September 10, 1 ^ and forTm.iny..years resided in th .vicinity of Ruffsdale. Surviving' are. the following .chll dfcnr -William ot Banning,' D. O, o Youngwood, Mrs..Margaret Tcitz o Sniilhton, Mrs.' Cclia Fryc Crothers of Grecnsburg, .Mrs. Florence Stam: of Scattd.ilc, Mrs. :Cora Smith o Grecnsburg, and., one sister, Mrs Sarah Jane Rhodes of Smithton, an one brother, Cyrus .Forsythe, of Ban ning. Twenty-eight grandchildren tn nine great grandchildren also sur vivc. She was a member of th Glenwood Evangelical Church. The funeral service will be he! at the Banning Methodist Epltcopa Church Wednesday afternoon at o'clock followed by interment in th Mount Lebanon Cemetery at Tarr. ^Veteran·Pfcssman-DlesT."" '.'· Samuel Bcnto^Walls^ajiewspaper pressman at Uniontown for thc'pa'st 40 years, died Monday at the Uniontown Hospital where he, had been a patient lor a week. He became 1 seriously ill of complications several weefcs;ago. Mr. Walls was'employed by the.Fayctte Publishing Company. · Old Injury Treated. ' ' Elmer Burkholdcr of Star Junction was admitted to Brownsville General Hospital Saturday "lor treatment'-'of an old injury to his left leg. He is an employe of the H. C. Frick Coke Company. - · Rebel Desertions Reported. GIBRALTAR, Jan. 18.--Increasing desertions and uneasiness in insurgent territory, following the Spanish government's capture of strategic Tcruel, were, reported by impartial foreign sources." Mrs. Paulino Fulton Dies. Mrs. Pauline Fulton, 33 years old, of Jefferson, cited .Monday morning at the Charleroi-Monessen "Hospital after a seven months' Illness of complications. She was a native of Gates. Why Not Try our classified columns when you . want something? Results fallow. 666 COLDS "" ' and ' " * FEYER. Checia Salve, NOM Ororpj first day Uqma. Tiblfj Headache. 30 mlnuus. Try MICHAEL GALDERESI Michael Galdcrcsi, SB years old, resident of Dunbar for the past 2 years, died at 1:50 olclock Monda afternoon at his home on Connclls vllle street there following an lllueas of pneumonia. Mr. Galdcrcsi was a native of Ital but removed |o this-country early i life. He U survived by his wife, Mr Caroline Galdcrcsi; three daughters Mrs.-Anna Eandioria of Pittsburg and Carmen and Margaret at home one son,- Joseph;, ot- New York; grandson of Pittsburgh and a broth ex, Dominic, o£ Lcmont. The funeral will be held Thursda morning, with the cortgc meeting a the late home at 9:30 o'clock Requiem high mass will be celebrate at 10 o'clock at St.~Aloysius Roma Catholic Church at Dunbar with Rc\ John Lyons, pastor, as. celebrant. In termcnl' will be in Sylvan Height Cemetery. MRS. JOHN S. BEATTY -- Mrs. Cora LeeBealiy,67 years olc wife^of John S. Beatty .of Soul THE OLD HOME TOWN K*trjffr*d V S ri By STANLEY PA'£ »F "WE SMKJMG DOMT SAVE US. -- ANt V\JE BOS DOW/-0- FlfcE OFF 1 THE GUN, IL.L PAUL REVERE' BENSON RIDES TO DELIVER A RUSH T£=l_EGRy\M TO SOME FOLKS ON THE LOST BOTTOM ROAP BACK or STAGMAToxi SWAMP- l W. SIA»«n-4'.HAT\Jtt} 1* . VH. t --19 - 18 Tri-Town Firemen Name New Officers; Johnson President William (Joe) Johnson wm elected president of the Dicker-son Run, Liberty A: Vanderbill (Tri-Town Community) Volunteer Fire Department *at the nnnunl reorganization meeting held in the fire station «t Vandcrbilt. He succeed* Edward Marotti who declined to be it candidate ngain, suiting that the younger members -of. the company ^iould nil some of the executive positions. Other officers elected are: Paul II. Collins, vicc-pn-gidcnt. Bernard Servnko, secretary- Albert Gr.-iy, Lester S. liarrlcklow, chief. Anthony Hulli, nuUlant chief and driver. Gruno Bomidio, captain. Joseph Orlando, tint lieutenant. Nick Much, second lieutenant. ROTARY BOY SCOUT TROOP ORGANIZED The Eoy Scout troop formed under auspices of the boys' work committee of the Rotary Club It luncUor.lnx, with two patrolt «orm«i, orm of five boys, Uic other of four, ur.di'r the leadership ol Scoutmaiitvr William IJ.-illey. Jl i.i t]f hop** of thoie in charge to have the troop fully organized by Boy Scout Anniversary wt-ck in February. Cnrl S. Homer, the troop commuter chairman, has niiim-d J. C. Schwnb entertainment commiUrc-, Wiliiam A. Scpp, outdoor com- mlttcrrr.nn. R. G. Balrd. finance com- mittjwman, and V.inOyke Humbert in ch.irsr of vocational guidance. The boy« nrv making preparation! for the tenderfoot tests, which nre preliminary U application for a charter. Conncllvillc died nt homv Monday; afternoon. Mrs. Drally waj born j February 16, 1871, In Greene county, j Besides her husband *he fc* survived} by the following children: Robert, j Warren, Earl and Frances, wife of William Garllck. all ot South Con- ncllsville, Kuthryn, wife of Arthur Phunlek of Coalbrook, Jessie, wile of Edwin Moter of Carmlchacbr, and Clara, Kills and J. D. Beatty at home. The funeral service will be held at the home Thursday afternoon with Interment in Chestnut Hill Cemetery. Home From HoiplUl. Harry Lelehliter, who underwent a hernirt operation at Connellsville St-ile Hoipttal two weeks aso. was removed Saturday afternoon to hU home in South Cotlnge avenue. His condition is reported as satisfactory. Auto Union Board To Reject Ford Peace Proposal ny United Piv*». ST. I,Ot;iS. J.m. 13.--Attorneys rridcj^ntinc the United Automobile Workers union and the National Ijbor Relations Hoard Indicated to- d:ij' that they would reject a proposal jof Die ford Molor Company to end the strike at the loc.'*l awembly plant. It wmt the company's ftrxt peace, offer to the union, ,- CIO In .1 pbn -ul.milled to Tilford E Dudley, NLRH examiner, the company o/Terel to discharge elgh' .men liircd rince *.h«r strike began last November H .r.d replace them with men enip!oyel or ^t the time of the strike. The propoi-'.l contained this condition Hie union acrco to an em- ployes election to determine ft collective b;«rg.-.inins: accncy, "Immediately drelarc thut Iherc if no strike,' withdraw iili p:tkca and withdraw charge* of u n f a i r Inbor practices filed with Uic IJibor fioard. MRS. MAG3ALINE KROKCHECK Mrs. Magdalinc Krofcheck. 68 years old, widow of Michael Kro!- chcck, died Sunday at her home In Unlontown. She b survived by one son, John Shulskcy of Kvcrson, and four stepchildren, John. Joseph, Stanley and Ed-vard, at home, and u brother, Michael Zlmcovskl, of Everson. · . A brief funeral service will be held Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock at the home followed by requiem high mass at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Uniontown. Burial will be in the church cemetery. SIRS. STENGER'S FUNERAL The funeral for Mrs. Caroline Stenger of Poplar Grove will be held Thursday afternoon. A prayer at the homo at 2 o'clock .will be f ollowcd by a service at the German Lutheran Church at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. Paul E 4 Porath, pastor, will officiate. Interment will be in Hill Grove Cemetery. MRS."AUGUSTA NICHOLSON Mrs. Augusta Nicholson, 49, a lifelong -resident of Dawson, died early this morning of complications. Paramount Theatre : TODAY and TOMORROW V E I i S A t P I C T U R E --with-JOH\ KIXO · JRICHAKI) SLOl SUSnrEUYILLE AXDY DEVISE BAIUUKA KEEH XOUISE FAZEXDA XOAH -BEKItY,. JR.- 3IAUBICE MURPHY --Also on (lie Screen-Charlie Chnso Comedy Sews Cartoon ORPH A. - OTOPOULOS IMJULIX T H K A T H K Today and Tomorrow MAGNIFICENT SPECTACLE LETS GO! TO THE GIANT With stars galore ... new Colo Portor melodies . . . hundreds of lovely girls . . . grand romance . . . Ziogfold's famed stage hit is now the screen's miracle musical! FOOTBALL! ! ROMANCE! ! GLAMOUR! ! COMEDY! ! --Also-- CAHT.QON LATEST NEWS SELECTED SHORTS "ANSWER THE CALL OF THE WILD" SEE!!! THURSDAY KJtJMAY THE PERFECT TARZAN in TARZAN-THRILL OF A America's Glamour Girl ELEANOR HOLM -Men Secretly Transfer Ross Slayer to Jail Continued from Page One. nd gambling houses. Anders came ere from New Orleans and had lived 0 days in an expensive hotel suite, riving a new automobile. Some of he ransom money was found In his otcl suite room and in his automo- ile. Hoover'.made his announcement in formal statement, nnd according to heir custom, the G-men added little o it. Three men were involved in he crime, but the G-men said netting ot the third man. Persons who ad known Anders casually in the 0 days he was here, said that he atronizcd the race track at Santa \nlta frequently and bet-heavily. He was said to have used the liases Albert March and Ray ·Crnntz. Hoover's statement said: "The Federal Bureau of Invcstiga- [on has rcjclvcd the most splendid cooperation from Santa Anita race rack officials and from officials of he Federal Reserve Bank and the 3ank of America in Los Angeles. Uso, we have had excellent cooper- lion from John Hanscn, agent In hargc here (Los Angeles) and his men. "The capture of Anders rids the country of another dangerous nnd vicious criminal nnd Is most grati- ying." Hoover snid he was returning to Vashington today, that the Ross case vas solved. Ross was kidnaped while he rode with his secretary. Miss Florence 'reibagc, 44. They were returning. » Chicago from a dinner party at iycamore, 111. Miss Freibage said: "It was about P. M., nnd two other cars seemed o be following us. Mr. Ross said it lost that he didn't like the looks ot things and was going to pull up and ct them pass. As he pulled up, an- ithcr car pulled up nlso. There were hrec men In It." She told police that one man hold- nfc a pistol came over to their car, orccd her to lie on the floor, and a second gunman took $85 from her purse. Tne first man led Ross away. \ few jr.inmes Inter Miss Frelbage started the car and drove to a police station. Federal men were called into the caic wvcrnl days later and v thcj cd a ILit of the serial numbers of bills which nude up the $50,000 ran.iom. Hoover said that Anders had been a logger tn Washington state before he Ix'gan his career of crime. He said the kidnaper was 30 years old five feet, eight Inches tall and was strongly "built," He has curly hair and a light complexion. Anders shot both Ross and Gray through the hcnd. Hoover said. Echard Denies Charges Made By C^valcante UNIONTOW17, Jan. 18.--Jacob H. Echard, chairman o£ the Fayette County Democratic Committee, accused by State Senator Anthony Cavalcante of injecting politics in the selection of State employes to administer the unemployment insurance compensation and public assistance laws, Issued a statement saying "there was nothing alarming about the senator's letter to the Governor." "The charges are trumped up and unfounded as are about 90 per cent of his allegations of this type," Mr. Echard said. · He denied that examinees have been called into his office and said that all appointments made here arc temporary «nd provisional and subject to the eligibility list to be furnished by the civil service commission. Mr. Echard added "I have nothing to say about the letter (the senator wrote the Governor making his accusation) as all persons permanently / appointed will be those who have been selected as the result of successfully passing the Civil Service examinations and . whose eligibility will be certified by the commission." School Directors, Wives Will Be Guests Of Teachers Jan. 27 Members of the Board of Education, their wives, Treasurer R, E. Wilhelm and Mrs. Wilhelm are to be honored at a reception and dinner at Trinity Lutheran Church on Thursday evening, January 27, at 6:15. o'clock, as guests of the teachers. The invitation was read to the board "nt the close of its business session Monday evening by Miss Carmcl Caller, secretary. It was signed by Harold R. Swank, president of the Connollsville branch of the Pennsylvania State Education Association. Stork at Hospital. Two girls were born this morning at Connellsvillo State Hospital. The first, at 12:59 o'clock, arrived for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halfhill of Connells- villc, R. D. 2, and the second at 1:18 o'clock, was for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raybold of Morton avenue. A New Recession Note. OKLAHOMA 'CITY, Jan. 18.-Delivery Boy Murlin Byrd reported to police two men robbed him of three bottles of beer, cigarets and $14.61 and fled on--of all things--a bicycle. THE NEW SOISSON THEATRE TODAY and TOMORROW STEVENSON'S MOST AMAZING BOMflNCE OF TBE SOUTH SEflS ALIVE ON THE SCBEEN o^, ~W A thundering stoiy from the world's last frontier of romance brings to the screen, for the first time in color, all the glamor, all thehauritiiigxQys- tery, all the exotic loveliness ol Stevenson's own tropic wonderland! JldoJptt Znfcor* IM A PJUUMOUKT HTIOTI vim OSCAR HOMOLKA By «n»9Mitmt «rttk Gw»om! Biitteb r.ctnt* Corpe**tlon Uh*d FRANCES FARMER RAY MILLAND Lloyd Nolan · Barry Fitzgerald ' ScnM^VUy by Bwto*» MUltmixw A Lucien Hubbard Production ~^l ~J~tr^ Selected Shorts-Cartoon-News

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