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January 28, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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P \GESIX 1 HE, DAILY COURIER CONNELLSVILLE. P \ 3 V T U R D V f J V N U \ R Y 2 b 1013 PERSONAL MENTION Mr Jol i- Culclcn»huh u id t-jugh- ( tei Mi»' Thr c T ol D i v son visited | Miss. "\ «rj Connei'y o£ Dav sui A patiei 1 dt hu Meicj Hospitil Pitt- bu'gh Thu s Id} \lis, Cornehy In*, beer c p licit ir Ihc hospital since j Christmas ior t ea irent oi mji i Co icc-evec- in in autonob Ie accident She i« d sist-i ut Rc\ Ht"iiy M Como'b p_»uji oE Sacred H e i r t i Chinch of Davvson | Cors-i^es lo tne Pie=icent = Bai | ds low b SI CO D c M u t h s -- A d v e r - tiben en --J jin-21 ' Mr-, \v I \ \ n g h t of bioitdalc spent T m i s d o eve line, is the guest of. her Mste · A! s Jncl Flos,' of Un lontoun ind Mis Uarola ^ndiev b oi 'N'ew Yi 11 C tv \ ho ha been the pi e I ot "vn t ot,l for ho pas mon n i T y oul ^peci 1 Suna fv dinnei ' Chickc l inri \\ al les, 6=1. Te mm 1 Rental nl opposite W est Pcnn I Termini! -- A d v e r t bC-nent-28-ian- 11 "\ i nd M i s v V i i i u . L \ \ r i s M o l ! the \'ndsoi Ap itment Sc uth Pilts- bi. = Uec left t J d i v tay mo'oi for OiUndo F'a v,heic they will spend two months Spocnl SI 00 Cist (.cur dieses nou ODc Piinccss Shop -- "vdvci- ti ement^S- in -It Mi E I baucrfield nd daugh ei Mis,' Doio hv of Paikersburg W V i w h o had been th KL.CS b of he r oi- mei oibtci M i a L 111 i A n u u e o£ C i a v f o i d i c n i c \ \ i _ s t b i d t \ \ c r t t o Wilk n b u i a his moiiinj, to MSI Mi n iid Mr= Vt P Glllaghn b o he - m-1 v nd si tc of Mi M g u n o Mis \ r n i St irocl of 227 ^ast "·, u\ie\\. T \ e n u c has bee i con r nied to hci bed foi ihc nst ten d u b u i t h a iight heal t att icl Pi.ii 1 Collins ji No h Ccttage avo- nuc- \\ent to Pitt b u i g h Fria j e\e mng ird h" id Paul V/l-iteTlin md orch' n at ne Svrn Mosque V I ' h a m ^ BHs."} 7l of V lie siiet-t \ ted ' lend 1 : in Uiionixmn Aunt Het By ROBERT QLILLETJ 1 ncvLi took one o tl\L e intelligence tL"= s iul uoman Uid l~clpb hci m n irukc ci ds men n id luistb f n c dccLnt youngurs iLcdn t w o n j about hci bia us SCOTT5 SCRAP BOOK By R.J.SCOTT Mis Ht-k" Eiiaiu "^I-A Ib.ibtlle H u n p i i c ^ i-n M is R ichel FiisLee slimen t Scion Uul College Gicensbjig n i t spending the mid- s-*mestei vacation it the i c s p e t . i \ c honr\e "\n :, JTMIC Goodiran of Dau. on \ ent o Pit sbui£h ^odai ^or a four- da \ isl ^lli frigid Mi= s Gba-v C l u K e M » Lh .da Mu'-s'iall Mi \na Klute and Mrs Roaa L Ixicelv upnt to Pittsbuigh todai to jt no P tt»bu gh Uieatie Kurt -s. Kr, i e- Jr i spend ng the rr d-scrrcstci -\ncat on f iom Ge'MsUim College u h e t e h is, ui- rolkd u i t n nis ]3aien a Mi oiia Mr^ Ka-1 K. Knmei 11 1 j Ji-' i roid MiSo Ruthcil-' V v e i m ; ; i s uc cnt nur c e at S' Francis Ho p tal P cs- burgh is spending the w e e s end \ it- her pai^n s vlr and Mr L H \Vclhng of East ^opie s re 3 Mis Gecige H Fdehrc- ^-; ^-=i-daughter Ma en i Be c "c. Mo-r«d a\cnc»e G-cv- f - . r. Pit sbu gh to =r,_-~ _ -_ i v ith Mrs \orr-~n ?. -s~z. ~~ of Mrs ^ue! e- M =, S«ia F. co- ·· Direct Viest Sd « r e ' -- c ,, home v ith u a t-c of g What's What At a Glance bv CH \RLLS P STEUARl Ccnl \ Piesb Columnlbl W ^Sr^I^'CTO^ D C J n 28 -S e r i o i s E n n t t t C h a m p C l i i k of Missoui ^ thin C ippei ol K n n s Cenld P NSe of N o i t h D kon and Robeit M L Follcuc of Wiscoi'in con t ute quite f o n i i d i b ti p a i t i s i n p i n c i s h p of s c l o i lhe\ h ivt on Ld f c u c s is ihc a] e id} h n t m n o m c t d in u c imp urn to pi r \ e n t t i c Un led St tes f i o m dccl r nfe v.~u if,"un \ \ i l h o u t [ ratiom )./ itiidunr lo oil Ihe \ o u i j T f such T i ^ f c r e n d u m n d c t s e s ho^tih tics \ve c i so ahi. id if tie esuli | i ncg n c uc st i out A tonsti- utioril iricncvmenl r OJ bli Vi ill be nece^s i \ o it djust Ihe count y a poi th s piog! im Tint t h i n a=-, aummg bGTii. Conblitutii i fixing lo j be essenli il is \\1 -it Stn tois Cl i K Cippei ^ ^ ^ - nd J^itoUUte n i l fi,ili I foi j It ^ ill b roc il led that Repiesc.nl-I ati\L Louis Ludlou of Jnd ana h d 1 the s n-ne idea i session 01 t o of j Confess go and u h le he did i ut ' succeed n gdtins it f \ o i biv irt-d on it was not by inn me ns genci- ally pooh-poohec' It is i notion \ hjs i p^ofes. ion il irm-v md rm% men natur I v oo 1 not like Then icrsonriL, ;s that i r j Unc a m is eoinv; i no i \ i it ill 1 e houlc" go in v. th i Lxjunec is I D I U I h 11 possible cit hmg the ^ o J~ tl e"cm% o n ^uird n- r of c \ l n g him n knst n 'c s . % a - * \ T -g M ~ clet- -c-"' 1 - "g soirg 01 "~ ' _ C 3 1 r YOU A.R.E. 10 UPWARD V,".'fU YOUR. B\CEP5 MUSCtE- )S IOO POUHDS ZULU MA.R.R.IE.D WOMEK O f f t THE SOIL THE *U3 FlSH DOUE 20Y£ARS HE L I V E D HE WAS SO TAME YOV UNDERSTAND HE WOULD COME AMD EATOUTOr OUR HAND BXOC.KLE.y f 19)5 Vng I Kern No! lo leave , Carnegie Tech, Says Director oi Athletics By PAUL GALLON ConUnuea fiom Page Four Then ofTiLit.1 poait ons bet tl em c p i i t from tlie pac^ me thej ML not constiuc cd lhat wav But thu lt.dicrous clou of ome le^sei of- liciali and Icgi latoi to li.nc tine sirVnti il light bc u m down upon I icm is commonest cmostore joke of Wubhington l i g h t now ROUNDE.P- SHAPE AS -fftt. YEAP.'S op ^ER. WEJDED LIFE D4CRA.-5E. Held as Embezzler THE G K / M REAPER « d r Medical Dean Dr WiiUam S McEilroy, 46, a graduate of the University of Pitts- barrh and of the Medical School, has been appointed dean of the Uo- Terslty'u School of Medicine. He has been a member of the f.culty ot the School of Medicine since 1916 While » student at the University, Or McEUroy was a member of varsity football and tennis teams. Beginning ^lonclaj, Jan. SO A man's suit cleaned FREE with one at i- ill and d U i \ i r seuice it tins pru ! I'l f l l l l l l t l d U S u c i l l l l Tht same high qua!il\ ··kan ing: is ibstiltilelv suartiUetd Phone 1965 SIMONS Caf/i S Carry CLEANERS 29j 5-oiuh Pjlt^burff Street 9^1 \\c«-t trauiord Avenue. r- - i c-in ^^ j- rf c-' cr-i- ] -a tp^ d r or- i i fr-hov s h i v e 2 )t v u r *· \ e I] go o w uppo i ion is t w t H T r ( d \ i l l r i c e up ' he r f *·( ndl rn pi n is \\f ll -disposed pn\\C" lli be PI to replj H - the reauiied poou ai vote Th PK d nt c nrot tr bp S H I P i h to ro u A present i th, l Whoevci th tc ling the btones that Tommy Coicotin h i s been put m the pup tent at the White Houae is ap- paicnt y fathenng an icle thought The genial purgci is not only ac- ciedlted inside with the Amlie p- pomtment but i^ K n o u n o h a v e composed the piesmential message uiging revision of tie Fedeiai Communications Commitsioi iTcidentally it w i l l be i long time before Coi gress authou/es FCC rev s on n the Piesideit uai is it Scnatoi V hoc «i a p p a i e n t y hat. been biou^ht IP line on i but there u ill be trouble n the House, probably nore tl an the \\hitc House c m inndle 15v United Prc c s PITTSBLRGH Jan 28 -- Coacli Wil'iam Kein pi ns to remain BV Cimegie Tech as footoall eoach for nr he ^ e i r , at 3ea=t and has abandoned the ide i of going to Boston College ib coacl- next se ion Buddv O \ e i c i d Tech tthlctic duectoi, said lodav ie den ed i stoiv published in Los Angeles tnat Kein had signtd. a fivc- Lai con i act \\iin Boston College tt v repoited s"\ldiy o£ $10000 a jCtir Rurioib have been cnculating re- Lently tha there \v«s a possibility of i Keir leaving T^ch and he is said to have conleued with Boston College officials in New Yo k two *eeks ago JOHN B J u i r B \ V l n g i o \ c 78 retucd die-1 it 8 JO o c ock Fnd o\ c img at hia l o r n C o n n e h \ i U e R D 2 nc u t i c Me srmt V i l k \ Country Club aftu n illness ol one yc i Sui \ i \ m g irt- hib u i f e 'vnru ^V il on \\ irgrj\ P uul these children l a m i s P of ^ Islington D C Chii ( * R of E\erson Ira S o' Scott d i c Han j c f V. mdbci and M i s j., o Hcopi of Lttrobu He tl o 1 \ t s 30 p inckhildren md the^e broth rs md MS er Willnm c f Pcrrvcpol s S c h u l t r of Dnivson O n \ i d of B i o ^ n s \ i l c Franr U bmithticld ind Mii Idn Ri"irrel of D x\s hon The f u n e r a l u i 1 be held Tuesd w fternoon v.ith pi f \ o i it the home it 2 o clock followed b\ a seivice u A t U l u Ln f d E c t h i t n Chuuh M H s THOMAS McKCI, M i b Pi a i t l i H Gohi McKee, wile of Re% T horn is. MeKee B D , pnbtor of t h e ti iilici Pie oyteua i Chinch it West \ c u t o n died Fnaay niglu in Co u m b i i T losp!tal at WilkinsbJig In d d i t o n to hei husoand she is su i \ e d Lv the«e children J Kelv n and Robei R of Donoia and Hai net no E\. ir Thon is at hOTie J he oody u i l ho in st ite ai. the West !Ne\\ton United Prcsbyteiian C i u i e l f on 1 A M un il 2 P M Mond o u icn ho r uncial serv cc \ ill be [.onriucud Interment will bt Ir West Nc\ ton Cemeter} Only sat sfnctory puess why Mr Roosevelt named Leftwng Tip- fcathci A m l i e to the ICC is thit the Pr^sidert does no^ like *he ICC--and deeply This is he commonly accepted su mise in eongi essional cloakrooms TKie ib a precedent foi it He appointed Hugo Black to the Supieme Couit at the time he had the sai feeling ibout t i e court as he now has fo tne Interstate Commerce Commssion In bo h instances he was unable to do anything about le- v s ng the object of his disaffection except to say blah by use of his i p p o m t i v e rtovve-- T h e Fedeial Communications Commission ib mother bureau m Diffident! il di favot which piob- ibly nccoun i foi the facetious mg- qestion h i t Stnlm is ir line for the next vacancv theie Fie is not an | American citizen Howevei Eail Biowder mny h a \ e a chince if this thing con inues to its illogical conclusion Deputy , LNIONTOWN Jan 28--William I Dolan deputv collector of Internal Revel ue with headquarters here, said that effective February 1 a deputy will be on regular duty In the office hei e to assist income taxables in preparing their repoits face the issue finally Aident suppo teit. of the legislation think it wi'l pass but best un- bi i=ed judgment at thi c writing sti 1 is tmt neither price fixing nor sub- bid will ge" through The present tii m law 19 likelj to stand another eai not because of love of Wallace but bccius of iack of agieement on i better plan The i ght of the farmer to expec- n. eo c t of pioduction price at, a minimum is umveisa'jy accepted yi Cong- ess, Ob elsewheie A forceful aigument being used inside is a Cor- neU University study on the subject s h o v i n g farm prices and foods were lecenttj 99 per cent of pre-war the cobt of distribution 178 per cent and retail prices 140 per cent. "tt ^ 1 0 o c oik w it i Pe\ Ri chrv p I-- 01 ifl^c Htmfi ci - h\ Rr\ F ins J o r t ^ pasto \\ dd Ir C a u i c h of B i c t l ron \r) rr-"\ v. ill be n *bc chu cl c f f Tn- 1ODLR M"\ ERSD \LE J n n 28 --Mi^ C i t h c r m c ^ I i l l i Yoder 60 wife of Simon Y ) d c r v.bo o p u a t L b a 'aim ibo\ t a mile north o' G i a n t s % i l l e Ma died T h t i ^ i j 11 H ZL! VcGil- eM H o s p t i l i t i e She h id sufTe-rd n M-o ^ of p n i v b i s T i e s d i y Jai- U a l 1" V h f r e u r f n tie Hov- c\ r adopted afa CbuiJ ar "W Kraft rc«fprcd prcsi d r ^ t of the United Ilium n a t i r g Cotrpari of Vc v ITa^en Ccnn leaves Saperior Cou^t there after beint, ordered held in $15000 txird penumg iudit o r the comp m «» t"ok8 He v,as ni-aij?ncd on bench warran charf,n ^ nni \uth erabci rl ng comi i f nds t kc C a n u t e s 1 1 do he c in t! I a sit 1 otal S u d e n t Honored I-ow i d L.L n c l ) t C nr 11 \ He 1 I J L L I I f l e c t d ( c ei n % -!i ir i f til Dil i 1 K \ i f U i n t t Gr r- C\\\ Cc 1 t, i l is in i St 1 F 1 i (I III 1 c 1 on = P I - r H L N STO1 \ R I K I S o 1 o P j L i r s o l d dice 5 fin noon t h v hone H *- i . f t c i n il nt -.^ of co i\\ i Besides Ins v-i't "*! i he i i TV i 1 ! N he fc llo\ n g c 1 c' 11 li *1 i \ L h i in St n J i n t i r r MTU n N c v \ o r Cit\ Citli e ire J icob fohn irH Stc )hcn II 11 nt hon c One sister M i s Sonfm Oln cy M t l ^ o o joi t nine gnnc'chil- d i e n md n o . gre it-grandchild en ilso s u i v i v o \ b i c f i m i -il ^ci v ice u i 1 be held nl 8 jQ n rlotk \Tonrinv morn nfi -t me joHf u cd n i ci e T U 1 L L I A M *5 I I O V A M C \ V i l h mi S 4o\ iicc employe o r t i e H C t r e t Coke Comoan\ tor a n u m b e r of c r= died T h a t ^ d n j n i ^ h t J L hi home it Coll ei f t e r a ' ngci nR nli c=s He u is * c d "na i\ M o u r t Hiei- Joseph 4ov n cr nt j I St Jr - the \ p i Lh Coni,i(. c pi, to (k n * \ t i i -= h ^ th cl^c. ,, nrt Iso hi u " ( p c t j f \ rsily ]v n r ^ Son Rorn to S m i l p \ s \ l! ^ j p O l -T Rc\ \ l l r j e JL t h o CL b i a r t o nation rnui h IIOK.P ig II th he cnr c 1 H e i r s rin c m o i g L n t j \ t, must dt cl no \\ And Congress p"ctt much h i- to do it | .Bi t ho\v about tlic i nl- nd- il of he decorate* | Noboay kno^ ^ but I h i t m j doubts whether or rot it would h d \ c \ Otcd for war when we went into t r c ' world conflict I am fa i l y S U I L t i n t ' the -vote wouJd be id\oist jf t h e same conditions presented them e \ f s i now Tiat C^nd \\hal follo\ td s us a lesson Chtir 1 it . I S u in f equ ctn MRS PI ARL, ^ i P( i Cf I r pkhousGj 52 %en ? olfl li^tl-^TE* resident of RK n- ll».n it n-^h p died t i la afternoon t hci homn no * N e w S^Ic'^^ She v. i 1 - i rmmbei of ihc "\IcmliPu Gnnge 1081 for 20 \c\r* MRS LLLA C Mrs [ 11 C jTtksor w i f e -ii f ·" i 1 1" f icl on of bn on town died Tuesday t t ie U iiontown Hospi il L i L i , i ^ l j o i a Vme bee i startled by i-he suppoii ii*jTi lf n st foi Lie FIQZ er- Letikfc, price fixing bill in letteis and odi oin s f i o m ou West--especially ^i the It gci tim oiginuitions are not v,oik ng 101 tne bill Some nf i s oiigmal suppoiters in. Cor^rr^s put it forward more a* a =in f_gic it rmneu\er th^n at. le^is- 1 tion c eiiouilv intended toi jdop- tion Tiey \\ere so dissatisfipd w,i h the prr e t f a i m liw the wanted o put up something ne\x and e\ o H n h o n i r y ^o as to provoice ^ dcst nteresu in the quL^tion But u h i t was intended as a spcii of protect has become i high \olHge trident of msuncction v , h i c i cannot rasilj be let go Some batkcr-, of tlT= plan aie inclined to switch o^ei of | lo the d a - c t subsicy (domes! c tllot- ' mert) suRgcs*ion They (foui or n \ e i "noi 5 the bill ? =igna-ones) ma^ not vote foi a"bit"arv pi ice fixing b ICEjislaj\c fnt when the ECONOMY alv.a\s should be considered Ao dishonor is commit od by considering ccoromy when etirang- ms fo r a funeral Chas A. 1 U N E R \ L SERVICE 306 So rittsburg St 85-J --Phone-- S5-M A (. n w %huif, r u n i i h i f pound w j boi n -i u t lot i- I i id \y mO"n n^ to Mi u d \ i 1 obott Sir h v of S p e t i s H i l t Dur b i \tr Sn ky v i l l be i mcmbcii.cf Mi-^s Cl i i R i u p cii of b c 1 Ford \ c n u c Hospitil 1'atn nts D ioics S It i, of Ru i v m u i md G c i u d W i rick jf _17 l e t n n i f s i \ " i i £ ^to td ik h \ n ljc i H l n i t - cd io Coi m H s M l I f - S t i l e ]-Io pit I foi IH itmcnt Today Only BOB STEELE --in-"THE COLORADO KID" --I'l us-I u I l i i i l l i n t r Si mil ··s o. s. 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