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February 8, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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""V PAGE SIX. THM DAI£iY CUUKlJflK, CONWWL.CiSVn.LiE, PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1930. P E R S O N A L Ella Byan ot Everson was a 1 Connotlevilte visitor today. So) GoWatono ot Slmron has returned tuime after a visit -with bis mother, , Mra F. R. Cloldstone, and hla brother, William Gold stone. Mia. Walter Smith ot Bawson Is HpetitUng tho week-en 1 as the guest of her si-other and alstei -in-law, Mr. and Mrs Jfilmer Smith of Wilklnsburs r»H. Stella, Ford ot South Eighth street, Greenwood, is visiting her neiltcw a.td nloeo, Mr and Mrs Russell Koonts ot Monnt pleasant. Mra. Kooou recently.underwent a*n opera^ tlon at the Memorial Hospital. iMra. J Ij Maher of Sycamore street ' wont to Cnmberlilnrt this morning to upend the day with Mlsa Murtel Fa'her- tv of Akion, Ohio, v/ho underwent an operation in a Cumberland hospital as the result ot a coasting accident Mies Kaherty la the daughter of T. K. t'iilterty, superintendent ot the AUrou ' division ot tho Baltimore Ohio railroad, and Mrs. Fahorty. The Fohertys .titled In Oration, W. V a , before loc a t i n g In Akron. Mr. and Mrs. Creor 50 d. Cochran. arid i ' ion Jack, residents ot Connelteville lor a number ot years, Ictt this nnorn- inft for llarrlsburg to reside. \lr aad Mrs. Michael Clark ot North PKtaburg street wiM go to Plttaburg Sunday morning to attend the funeral wvlco for Patrick F King Monday morning. . , . , ,, Virs Rov Templelon and daugnter, Mildred, U.xvn returned from Philadel- phla whore they *pent ^° ^«f« 8 with D t . and Mrs. V n. Colby. Mr. ·IVmploton temalncd to undergo tur- t h e i trtMtmut. Uo ifi Improving nicely HOOVER WILL LEAVE TONIOHT FOR VACATION OF WEEK]N FLORIDA WASHINGTON, Feb. 8--President ISoovtr, putting the cares of Govorn- \ - incut behind him, ilans to leave IIP re Uto tonight for u week ot deep-sea f mil Ins In tlic tropical waters otf IMorlda. The outing w i l l be hH first, -save tin brief week-CMOS at his -ummer i amp in V h R l n U , since he took oin(t Vlthoutjh Mr llo)ver'8 physician, Dr lool T. Uoonc, saH he is in excellent ' if ilth, It w.is bolievod a short rest \souUl be benoflclal to him, Mi Hoover pi ins to divorce aim- M»lt entirely troin problems ot state while h*) is In Florida. Only a small -*et rotarlal staff, Lawrence RJchey utid a stonoRiaphcr, will accompany ,,,,,, him. Tlio Preatd"nt, HO far as 's Known, has no jKUtic,U engagprncnta ' (or noxt week lie will make no spoechoa, recolvo no dolegatloiis, wrlto few lottPia. A. trim little houw-boat, the Saun- (oior owned bv Jeremiah Milbank of New York, w i l l ioceive the Presldon- ' i l u i party when It arrives a^ Lung Key, F l a , tarU Monday -pornlng Mrt, Hoover, Associate Justice Stone, M a i k Kultivan, newspaper tnen, and Veinon Kellogg will accompany Air, Hoover aboard tba Saunterer. Secret service men w ill be accommodated In two other house boats. TRI-TOWN FIREMEN WILL HOLD BANQUET ON FEBRUARY 19 ( o \ e i » will be laid for 70 persons at tho annual banquet of the Dlc-ker- rfon Hun. f / i l e i t y Vandeibllt Volunteer KIre C o m p a n y , better Itnown as tho Til-town Community. on Wednesday fvcnlnK. Kebruary 19, at 7 o'clock Tho tllunoi will be served In the American Kej; on rooms at Vauderbllt An Intel c'Htlag program will 1/e presented. Musi, will be f u r n H h e d bj Colltna Orchei tr.H Mla» Virginia Kulti will bo Uw boloist. An I n v l t a t k n has boon extended to State Senator H a r r y J Bfll of Dav,- aon to (k«lHp the addr'ess 'Ihu toinmiltee in ohtirge i^ l o i n p o f f d of K i » n k E Reeti, Lester S lt;tt litkfovs- nnd Alctlley Johnson The ^ h u v o been istsued M E N T I O N ·s^rf+*r *t*r+i*ff+p$ Aunt Bet «.cn»4jaar 'It's scandalous the way times has changed Tho gii Is used to talk about their knee swells, an' now it's their s-well knees." Just Off the Wire By United Pr 'as. Feb S~0ue to appearance of UetoerKS in. the North Atlantic, 'the Co ist Ouwrd announced it jaa.il oiderc'l the cutter Tanip-a to «all immed-ately for the Grand BanK' to chart tlieae mewatas to tians-AtUntic linen TIHs is tvo ·months earlier than the sue patrol usually begins Its WASHINGTON, l-'ob S --President Hoover today nomlna'ed Hugh M Tait, Knoxvillo, Teun , to he n member of Wie Intenstale Oonj, n-ert-o Commission. Jle will siu-ceod Victor B 1ay- lor of Mobile, Ala , ^ hose loi m expired In Jamiary, CHICAGO, Feb. 8 --August "·«h.ni slayer," \vlio mmdered Ly!e I'errenoud because of a slight traffic accident, was f?entene d to die in the electric chair by Jud^e Otto Keincr today, despite th^ i vc-t that Vogel pleaded gulky and ti rew Uniell on the mercy o£ the c o i u t * * AUSTIN, Tex, Feb 8-- As the 91st hour of deliberation in John W Brady's murder tiial passed thU morning, Judge J. D. Mooi-e 1 arned from the jury that they stood 11 to one for eon- ·yiction and sent the-n back for litr- ther deliberation. Judgp Brady is on £nal on cliatges of n imler iu connection with tho killin, ot a joung etonogiapher if V t [ WASHINGTON, I eb 8-- Admijal Charles F Hughes, chiei ot naval operation^, who wjs «trlclien ill at hie home three days ago, hac suffered a mild stroke of paralysis, Acting Secretary ot the Navy Jalmcke stated to- dry. Mhils-tei 1 Paralysed. Ker Chdrie'i Hup ot Dallaatown, a former paator ot Amity Refoi mo/d C'mrch iVteyeisd^le was stricken with paralysis vhile offlt uitln? at a service two v/eekt. ago. H i s tondlHon Is ro- portcd to bo CAPTORS' TIMIDITY SAVES AGED REALTY AGENT FlfOH DEATH By United Prows NSW HAVDN, Comi , Fob 8 --Max Pi ice, 1 kidnaped Neiv Haven iaal ·rotate broker "wae ordered killed ^vhen leUitivoa Eefused to pay $30,000 i«in- som but was sayod by timidity of Ills ?C! pei - day explore, th New Haven Times said today in a copyrighted story. 'j Tb« Times aa!d tt had learned from official sources lluit seven men were being sought in connection with the abduction and nine-day confinement of tlio eMerly realtor. Simultaneously Assistant City Attorney Nelson' R Dnrant announced Sam Handel and Harry Ftelah, confessed Detroit gangster's, would not be relea3-e-d ue advlots f i o m New Yoik, where the men were arrefaled, bad indicated Throe Spnngflkl, Mae, men who wer paid ?d a day l u t e d Trice into un automobile near his Kendrlngton streat home and held him -tllvn in a welKequippod ' kidnapers' jail" believed near Springfield, the Times said When Price's family h«6itatod ibout paying 130,000 random, tho «tory continued, tin order camo to the trio from an unhnoWn "boas": "Kill Prioe " Tho men demurred at commititng murder. The following day Pi-hie was talc-en to Falrfleld and released on a promise to nay the alxlueton, $25,000, according to th$ story MOTHER, TWO CHILDREN ARE BURNED TO BEATF OADII^L.A.C, Mich, Fob S--Trappe in A bedrpont when flro swept thoi · small Trains colt-age, Mrs Clarew: j Cunvtngs/ and her two bmall chiiclrei were burnod to death toddy at Neai - wataka. I Neigh|)Qr were powerlpss to i!d tl a woman and hei Httlo chijdreti Ti e huband was working in .1 nearly Iumler camp K. OF C, SUPREME COUNCILMAN HERIi FEBRUARY 11-13 P. ,f MoCnitliy, representative o£ 110 supreme council, Knlghte o£ Columb is, will be in Gonnellbvillo on Febrw ry It, 12 and 13, to expUin. wfvoral i n- piovements in the lnt.ui'anto lawa of the organisation w h i c h were voted at the lael convention. After the v alt With Youiginogiiany Council, ho will go to Stottdalo foi the «ame puipoee on February 11 and J.I3 He 13 to be in, Uniontown one day--February 10 Use our "want" advertisement, For Men, Women And Children COMING TO MRS. MARY M. COLEMAN DIES AT STAR JUNCTION Mrs. Mary MafKarft Colomau, Tl yo*ra old, u. loinier resident of Mey- orstlaic, died Triday attprnoon at the borne ot her son-in-law and daaghfcr, Mr. aad Mm. Jtoboit Sbumakci ot Star .(unctic? whcr« she had !xi(n niiiKIng h«r homo She bar! resided iu that vicinity for rooro than 10 'y«ars Shu was born at Meycmdttle and spent t i e greater pan ot her life thprc, I£sr husband died many years . Mrs. ( olf-man wa« a member oC *' Meyorsfale Liutheran Church In addition to her d a u g h t c i , t j o r o t w o bruthors, Andiew Hbeets »{ Aleyersdulc and Hamupl Sheet/ of 'i'here wl!l be a f u n e r a l service tonight at S o'clock at tho Sburaake-r home. Re* . Veri, A Davfa, pastor of tho Poriyopolls (.'hristUn Church, und R«v. licalic Megaigw, pa^tur of tho ^latwcoda and Stm 1 Junction Baptist Churches, will offlciate Tomorrow morning at H.35 o'clock, the remains will bo placed aboard a Baltimore* Ohio Railroad train by Fu- ncnil Director B M Wado of I'crss- opoU-j. A service will bo conducted at Moyoradalo Sunday aftoinoon In- tortnent w l ll bo made In Union Cerao- tery at Moyorsdulo. i-'eb. S.-- TIioouw J i U i f u n n u , 21, of Mount Ple*simt, waa m l m i t u d o tho Westinoruland Ilos- tiiNil hist nljriit to i«ceivo tr«atinent tor i n j u t U b eufferod I« an automobile colllBion, HQ re«-eived Uceration« of the chin on\ rijiht eyelW. The «ir in w h ! h tve W,\H Tiding ·»».« said to aave into a parked machiuo. ilcpr* WM. S. RICE, Inc. of ADAtf-S, V. Y. The Kice Kuptiiro M-ethoel Kxpeila, personal i eprcae lUtlve^ of William K Rice, AtUms, J. V will be at the Royil Hotel, Oounellsrilk 1 , Pa, Mon- u«ay, February 10 ,ilso at the Titlow Hotel, Urjiontown I'a , Tuesday afternoon and cvtnli g, February H, all day ami evening iVudnrsday, February 12 Mvery rupta-ed man, woman and chiM should tal o advantage of thlH Kreat opportuiii tv . The Rice Me' hod for Ruprure K known the world over You can now M0 this mtthoO demonstrated and have a Rice Appliance fitted, to you Absolutely no c l i a i g e imlcfafi v n u are sut)s.fkcl to keep the j U t f l t alter having tho upplianci adjusted and you see how perfectly and comfortably it hoids No T.«sh, dean- pi -ess ink springs, n o l h i u ? to gouge tho flesh and make you sore Can be worn night and day vitb positive comfort Soft, rubber-Ilk* ccicn position pad, any degree of pressiue required Don't wear ,1 trus-s all j o u r life when thousand lune reported cures through using the Rice Method Why .suffer the burd n of rupture- if there is a chance tr be- free from truss- wearing Coievei ? Anyway, it will tost j o u nothing to conio in and learn all about the Kite Method and the wonderful opportunity foi help and (Sure it offers in i o u t case Remember these Experts will be hero only one day, then yo«i opportunity m in be gone. Just u\ at tho hoto! desk l o j the Rico Expoi tb jud they w i l l do {he rest. Call any tlaie iruin 9 to 12 A M , ^ to 5 P, M w 7 to ') evenings. Women and, /OUUE e h l l d i c i t lecelvo personal attention, of Lady Elicit in separate apart luentt. Dou't miss this gr-ent oppouunlty to sets these Exports on Heiuia If for auy iea»on you cannot call write for Fre Trial to Wtn 8, RJcn, J ic, Itv 178, Aiiams, , Y.. -- Adrs'ertlsenic nt, COUN1Y COMMERCIAL COOTESTS WILL IE CONTINUED THIS YEAR i Sreolul to The Coui-loi'. ONION't'OWN^ Feb, 8 --At a meeting of Fayetta coiuHy fcchool lenchers in the auditorium of the county bunding thia mojuingr, it was flnally deolded after much, discussion to con-tinuo Uia county-Wide commercial tcsti this 3 oar as has bf-f»n tho practice for the latst several years The decision was reached by a vote ot f o u r fo three The «',Hon»W} voted t o ' h a v e bje competit m at a plier* and ttmo to be dec'ded by a committee appolnled by Cliairman B K Smith of Duaiar township. Kuporintendent Smith appointed a coQunitNe od, three--atle Anne Gag- none, South Union; MUs Helen Horoo, South Drowndville and Hanv llrovru- flold, Georges Townahjp to 'nako ar- iung;enunli as to how, -when and whore (lie next meeting would be hdd County Superintetuloiri John S. Carroll 'sail arrangements weie boinp: made fir r a genera! school fc-ebsion to be, held ou Saturday March lo, and suggest id that tho conmtHUH' appointed bo present ait this inpotlnsr AH anreed %viUi tli« asslbLince county superintendent, Mlsa Helen Carroll, that ptevious ontesls had been, a comple-o Miccesa and produced much rivaliy between tho school duvtucts. SERVICES SUNDAY IN UNION REVIVAL AT MEL RUN CHURCH Ijjsl night was a ino"3t inupirin'g one in tho union revival at Mill Run, said Her C K Wllle, pastor of the Uniled Eiethien Church, where the Eervicen aio bciTig held Dr C J Fox 1ho evangjlibt, preached on "How Much Do "Xou V/eigh " The »(ernion theme for tonight will be "A Liftlo of. What It tyoans to Bo Lo»t' Sunday (here will bo three services In the Aioinlng At 11 o'clock the evangelist will tpeak on "What God Expoch, o£ You ' He will tell the story o/t the biggest Bible school in the vi 01 Id. At 2 30 o'clock there will bo a mass meeting at the dhurch for men and boys at which tho evangelist will ttpeck on "What Knocks Boya and Men Out" Women and giilfe will nuMit at tbo same hour at the school house The evening sermon will be on "Hell, Where It Is and Who Will Go Therer* GOLDEN PANTHERS SCORE EASY COUNT OVER CHRISTIANS Tiic Uohten Panthcif, defeated t h e C'hmtlan J u n l o i s today by a score of 37 to 11 It w.ia said lo bp the aev- onlh consecutive triumph for (he W Misklnis, P. P c r i u n and 0 Per! u= led the attach, each getting five flcM goals Tho HUP-UP (hrtarians-ll. Porter . P - - P Peri us Rush _ _ ,, _ . V , . G Pcirub Henry--,, ,, C 1 W M w k i n i ^ Solrison . » _ G ,,, llomtns^v C h o i p o n n l n g - G - J B K l i n e substitution-T Gonti for J Ji Kline Field godls--P Peri us 5, 0 1'oiiUs 5, W Mibkiuls 5, ,f B Kline, T ('out! HomlnsKy, Rush Z, Boi^sun, Henry J Fouls-- Christians, ] out of !», Pcinlners, 1 out of 2 ricfereo-- "Moao" Brnxton UTAH MINE DEAD PLACED AT 23 IIBLPffiR, Dtdlj, Feb 8--Disco ery of two more bodies and definite oc utr- anee that a t h i r d man was load t' day placed the death Loll In the SUn ard Coal mine disaster at 33. old, YHUajn Robnrtson Dies. William Koberteon, 71 yc'ans father of Mrs Jamet. Wllhnlm of Connellsvill*? died Sunday mor ling, Pebruaiy 2, at his noine ne«ir F}o Jvat «fier ^.n illness o£ a we«k. ^He was tbe ownoi and pi-oprtctor of 1 ncle Will's Inn Mi Kobfrtscn, wae af- foctionateiy known ae "Uncle P 11}," In addition to his daughter, ther arc five grandaone. WINTER DRIVING Car hard to .start/' Eoes it warm slowIy^ -- spit md choke 7 it's a danger ,ig- nl of lost jowor md added costs' Bettor le us check your motor iixd keep jt m perfect hhap · so Winter will not ruin its performance Jt'« a wcKtb- wlule precaution that will save you money -- dnv : in today. Baker's Phone 1394 Honth 7th Street TV'horo the Western 8 arjr- the Jl. DEMONSTRATION 1930% DOMiNAMT R Decker Exonerated In Motor-Trolley Crash at Standard OKEENSWUt; Fob a -- SL coi- oucn B j u r y ^'Hteiday conducting- au liuiueat into the death of K r u n k Butz ot Ijtitiobt- who wfta killed on Janii- ,u y dO when the automobile he wiib d living collided wilb a AS'est Penn s t i e e t car tiein SUiulaid was found to have mot death, accidentally and iho raotorman, Hawry Dacker, was ev- A D I Peak In Kdlo P A P E X O KiJlm-PH AJJU Crac Phone 1J 6 WERTHEIMER MOTOR CO. W. CrawCord Avenue, Pa. NOT MERE C Longer, lower, smarter appearance. Roomier interiors. More comfortable seats. These and other OldomobiSe engineering advancements such as Improved carburet ion, more responsive steering, and new fully enclosel, four-wheel brakes give greater travel luxury. Jiach ol Oldsmobile's new features can quickly be defined as an v improvement. None could be termed a change made merely for the sake of change. Come dr.ve this Oldsnaobile. You 1 will find it a , pleasant experience · * . and over the months and miles, a profitable one. Spurt Tir* and Stnnpfrw JCrtra Oldsmobile-Connellsville Co. 117 E* Apple St., Connellsville, Fa. I/OT of trouble nowadays is f cause I by your neighbor's in- sistance on making his conscience iyour CHAS. CMrrcHBu. · 119 S. Pittsbur^St- CONMELSVILLtr. PA The Punerol Director Who Employs INo Agenfs or Solicitors' BEFORE "STEP OUT" w i t h y o u r new jewels, step in liere and let us t e l l y o u a b o u t our J e w e l r y Floater policy. It covers all kinds of. jewelry, used for persona! adornment, against loss from practically any cause. (Fur coats also may be included in schedules covered under ttua policy). J, DONALD PORTER Insurance--33 Years First National Bank Bldg. Phone 768. Rootmg and Wo carry a lull supply of Roofing Paper, 18 and 36 inch. Roof Taint All Kmdb Shingles Consolidated 0®a! Plume 15 and 1700. "SAFE - CONSERVATIVE STRONG" BANK "HOLD-UPS" si ill occur in all sections of the country, but here in The Second National Ba.njt a successful "hold-up" tould never bo d because of our MOWEJtN TGAJt «ASJ which automatically prevents fahootmg;, protects all customers and employee* in the bank at the time, and makes the "hold up" man helplesfe, harmlebs and easier to capture. Resources I^xceeding $3,300,000.00 OLDEST BANK IN j CONNELLSViLLE a IB AN Use Our Classified Ad». \ Patronize Those Who Advertise in The Courier

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