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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEUJSVIL£/E. PA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1939, PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Anna Clifford oC West Gibson a\enue was called to Uniontown Tuesday night by the illness of ner sister, Mis,. Chailes Oppeimann. Free 1 2 for 1--A man's suit cleaned free u. itii one at regular price of 69c Simons Cash Cau-y Cleanei.s -- AdvrrtJseme.it --30jan-6t. Mrs. Geoige E. Bakei, who has been confined to her home in East Apple street Tor the past week by illness, was repoited today to be im- pioved. Chinese Checkeis, wooden boatd edition, 98c, Kestner's Book Store, 125 W. Apple St.--Advertisement.-- 30jan-!t. 34r. and Mrs. Ellswrnth Evans of East Conr.ellsville were Uniontown visitoib Sunday. Select your valentines for esery member ot the family at Kelncr's Book Store. Also heart shape boxes of Bunte's and Daggett's Candies, for sweethearts and mothers.--Advertisement.-- If eb-5t. Mrs. J. K. Lindsay of Wilkinsburg returned home today after a visit at the home of her sister-in-law. Miss Gertrude Lindsay, of South Pittsburg street. Glamoious new spung hats at popular prices. Princess Shop.-- Advertisement.--Ifefa-lt. Peter Friel, who had been a patient at a hospital at Morgantown, W. Va., for observation and treatment, was admitted Saturday to the Veterans Hospital at Aspmwall. Mr. Friel whose home is near Morgantown, is a former resident of Connells\ illc. Keystone Club card party tonight, Odd Fellows Temple, 8 45, 25c.-- Advertisement.--Ifeb-lt. Miss Helen Lindsay of South Piltsburg street, who underwent a mcoor operation at the Connellsville State Hospital. was discharged Monday and is getUng along nicely at he. home. Card party by the ladies of Immaculate Conception Church for benefit of athletics, Elks Hall, Feb. 15. Tickets 50c, lunch, door prize, auction and contract bridge, "500" and other games --Advet tisement.-- feb-1-3. Mrs. John Gaal of Vine street and Miss Madeline Dean of Dunbar spent Tuesday at Uniontown as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. GroH. Miss Phyllis Gaal of Vine street was the guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lauerman, of West Newton, Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Gaal and daughter, Mary Louise, have returned to their home at Morgantown, W. Va , after a visit with Mr. Gaal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Gaal, of North Cottage avenue. Miss Pearl Keck of East Fairview avenue spent the day in Pittsburgh. Mrs. A. J. Boor returned to Keyser, "W. Va., today after a few days' visit with her sister, Mrs. Beatrice Heavner, of Vine street. A. E. Hudelson of Pittsburgh was a Conneilsville business caller today. Kenneth Meranda of Chestnut stieet left Tuesday for Warren, Ohio, to visit relatives for a few days. Mr. and Mrs, Karl Johnson of Pittsburgh have returned after a visit wtih Mr. Johnson's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Abel Peterson, of Beech street. Robert Coughenour of South Con- pellsville is visiting friends in Phila- celphia for a few weeks. Aunt Het By ROBERT QUILLEN "The Piesidont overlooks something when he complains that successful folks won't cooperate w i t h him. He asks them to give up pio/its and power, but he don't flivejup a thmg." Municipalities Face Long Wait for Liquor License Fund Rebates THE GRIM REAPER Mexico Said "Scat" Jurist Defends Acts HARR1SBURG, Feb. ],--Pcnnsyl- ;anit mUHiUplMlCb toddy fated a months-long WAI', for millions in liquor license fund rebates, already budgeted in many instances, due to the State Senate's "bu rowing" of current und future balances for re- l i f f The fvurj, depository of license fees collecl'-cl by the State Liquor C o n t r o l Beard, had a balance exceeding $2,,'iOQ,000 when Die Trc.i.iurv opened today, the time fixed oy statute for refunding the money to municipalities in which the licensed tapiooms are located. The transfer bill, approved by the Senate lute \Cbterday and sent Lo Governor Arthur H. James far a milling signature, "inp=" t!ic fund 'or $4,000,000 between now and May 3! for distnbution to more than 800,000 persons on public assistance de- aartmtnt rolls. Democrats vigorously opposed the Administration doxies for meeting the relief deficiency. The bill, approved by the House two weeks, ago, cleared the Senate late Tuesday by bsie majority, 26 to IB Two Senate Demociats, William J Eioe, Jr., Lawience, and Henry E. Lanius, rK, gave the Republicans the margin of victory. Once defeated, the hquoi 1,cense fund transfer bill and two others ''borrowing" an additional SI,000,000 from special State funds held for local refund were iceon'idered and placed on the postponed calendar whcic they remained several days while the G, O. P. mustered sufficient strength to enact one. The other two were left on the calendar, awaiting final action % Martin T. Manton One of the highest ranking Federal jurists in the nation. Judge Martin T. Manton of the TJ, S. Circuit Court of Appeals, at New York, defended himbelf aguinst published charges by stating- he "never thought it way vrrong" to engage in outside business activities. Federal government began investigation into his judicial conduct in cases represented by his associates. Two Addison Township Men Jailed for 105 Days MRS. KATE BKADMON Mrs Kjlc Biadmor, 91 yeais old of B(_'lc Vc run dice, at 9 o'clock this moim.ig it the home o( d cUiughtei "VIis. 11 H KUS-.CII .it Kelle Vei nor She v, us tne wmu\ of George Brad-nun o" Tippet,inje, r i a n k l u i luv 'i^lui*. and ib faU.vKc'd by l u o dau^htci'i. and tu,o ·'Otis. Mi 5 II II. Russell of 1-k'llc Viiinep Mrs. J. O. Hii'lis lit Wilson, WjUjJtn Bradmon ol C o n n e l J ^ v i l l e and .John Bradnijn of OimrMo-ic. There me 19 grand- chiU.icn .met 30 SK, t-gnmdclnldrcn. T h e boc'y hub been icmovcd to the e n a m e l of the undertaking Cum ol li,. B l u r i: Sons at Pcnyopolis v h r i c il will ip-.iijii) uniil 130 o clocL Sntuiday aftoinoon A pi.iytn \ \ i l i be held t h c i c at that nota and (he f u n e r i l scrrirc will oe conducted ,it 2 oVlot-k at the Fau\ !(.«· Methodist Episcopal Church w II* Hex Fred B Girnim, pastoi, officiating Intelmenl vvill be in the diuich cUTietcry. Alumni Adopt Plan For Monthly Activity CHARLES 1.. MASKING Charles tester Mankins 77 years old of l U n d y Hill Dunbar, died at D 4o oilcok Tuesday night at Con- rcll*\ lie Strte Hospital of compbca- tion^ Mi Mnnkns, \"ho nad spent prac- lii.ll., .-ill of his, We in the Dunba 1 ' dis'uct, wa.-, picceded in death in 1030 by h i b w i f e , Mrs M.irjorie H rdv M nkins. Ue is survived by two childicn. M i s rear! Kennedy and C U u k M.-mkins, both of Dunbar, .rid one sister, Mis. Isabel JV'icr cf Tunnclton, W. Va. The body has been remo\ed to the home of a ;on Clark Mankins, at Dunb.u. The funeral will be held Friday nftcmoon v.ith a brioC service at the 1 omc at 1.30 o'clock followed bj fall rites at the Dunbar Methodist Piotostant Church at 2 o'clotk Rev. William S Hamillon, p M o i , 'Ail! ofTiu.iU literment will be in Mount Aubuin Cemetery. MRS. MINERVA K. KEEFEU Death summoned one oE TayeUe j i countj'j, most piomincnt jesictciitSj ! when Mrs. Rlmeiva K. Keefei, 85, i died Miclden^y at 12 o clock noon ' Tuesday at the home of a daughter, Mrs Alice Sargent, National Pikc Kisl Mis Keclc-i, allectionately known as "G.'andma" Keefer, was a lifelong ·esidciil or tho Brownsville distitct. She was the widow o£ Charles W. Kcefu. who died January 20, 1910, and w. s a dajghtcr of the late Adam and Rcbekah McDowell Koffer. S u i v i u n g ale two daughters, Mrs. Alice Sargent and Mrs Elizabeth Giibblc, of t'ic National Pike East; two c ons, Al^ia C., of Brownsville, and John D , of Union'own R. D., a foster-bun, J. M Soigent, oE Hiller; 20 grandchildren and 31 grcat-grand- childi en The funeral bet vice will be held at a 30 o'clock Friday afternoon in the Saigent residence Rev. Thomas DeLawrence, pastor o!: the First Presbyterian Chuicn in Brownsville, will officiate. Burial will be in Redstone Cemetery. A "monthly program" idea w adopted at a meeting of the newly j elected board of sovernois ot the Connellsville High School Alumni Association, held Monday evening. In order to determine what idea 1 ; members and potential members of the organization have that might broaden its activities, a questionnaire will be distributed President Shcrrick Fisher outlined a tentative program for each month of the year. Committees lot the year will be named at a special meeting scheduled for the middle of February. Slain Trooper Will Be Buried Tomorrow SOMERSET, Feb 1 --Two Addison township men were committed to the county jail to face long terms [or violation of the game lav, s. The men, John C. Biesel and Analda Eugene Wable, both of Fort Hill, R. D, 1, were sentenced to 105 days each. Sentence was imposed on the men by Justice o£ the Peace D. H. Pore after they pleaded guilty to charges of possessing illegally killed deer. Game Warden John Spencer ot Somerset charged them with killing a deer in Addison township last week. Each was sentenced.to pay a fine of $100 and costs and Jailed in default of the fine. George D. Naughton, 40-year-old Pennsylvania Motor Police corporal killed Monday afternoon during a Jour-hour gun battle at Clarksvillc, Washington county, will be buried tomorrow afternoon at-Sharpsburg, the town of his birth. The funeral service wjll be held at 2:30 o'clock at the Holzheimer and Bock chapel at 820 Main street, Sharpsburg. Interment will be in the Greenwood Cemetery there. Full honors will be accorded the slain trooper fay fellow State policemen and a large delegation of American Legion members will attend. Naughton was one of a corps of police officers who risked their lives to arrest Frank Palanzo, alias Plienta, 54, who had beaten and ejected his boarding house proprietress and another boarder, and barricaded himself in the house. He allegedly fired a shotgun charge into Naughton's side, killing: him instantly. Other officers drove Palanzo out ot the building with tear gas bombs and he was arrested. Tri-Town G. O. P. Thursday. The monthly meeting ol the Tri- Town Young Republican Club will be held at 7:30 o'clock Thursday night at the Vanderbilt Y. M. C. A. building. EXCURSIONS VIA B.O. LOW KOUND-TBIP FARES $4.50 WASHINGTON $4/75 BALTIMORE SUNDAY, PJEBRCAKY 5 L\: Connellsville 13:13 A. M. Return Sunday Night A Full Day For Sightseeing Thousands of Attractions EVER* SUNDAY 81.B 5 Round Trip to PITTSBURGH $1,10 aicKEESPORT AND BRABDOUK lv. ConnetlBvUle 5:59 A. M. and 9:10 A. ST. Eetiirn Sunday Nislit. Consult Local Ticket Agent for Details BALTIMORE OHIO RAILROAD Held on Bombinir Counls. UN'ION'TOWN, Feb. 1 --Grand jury °f the SIa:ch term of court will investigate the scries of bombmss n the Holy Trinity and St. M..ry s Catholic churches at Now Salem A New Salem justice of the pence Tuesday ordered Michael Krcvinko, 29, and his brother, Andrew, 19, held for the grand jury on ch.a^cs of malicious mischief by use oE t-x- plobives, possession of explosives and blackmail. ROUTE 31 TO BE CLOSED FRIDAY Effective Friday, Route 31 irom Jones Mills to the Somerset county line will be closed, a State Highway Department detour bulletin anounc- ed. Closing o£ the road necessitates a 35-mile detour over paved roads by way of Donegal, Ligonier and Oen- nerstown to Somerset. iUTff Woman Dlt-.s. GKEENSBURG, Feb. 1 -- Mrs. Mary Shook Fricdel, 80. widow of George W Fnedel, widely known salesman who died several years ago aftei letiring, succumbed Monday afternoon at her home here. Brother of Pic Victim. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 1 --Mrs Lctt- tia Ailsopp, u-ho died m Pittsburgh ot ptomaine potecning after cnUng cherry Isabel, manager oi brewery. WHS a sistei of Harry C. the Uniontown At Mt. Zioii Toniffht. Rev. L J. Rice of Washington will preach at tonight's service at ML Zion Baptist Church, it was announced fay the pastor Rev. K D. Epps. Mount Pleasant and Poorbaugh ol Salem, OKOKGE CROSSLAND MOU?v'T PLKASANT, Feb. iccigc Cioi'.lJiid. 82 years old, died i -i:55 o cl(X'k this morning in Fnck Memorial "Hospital where he had -)een ,i patient for treatment for Thiee chikiien survive. They arc Mr« S.ii'a Ray of Tarrs. Mrs. Harry .Mclndoe of Mrs. Cl nr;es Ohio There are also 20 grandchil- dien. 22 gieat grandchildren and one gieat pi eat grandchild surviving. The body was removed to the Mclndoe Lome, 313 College avenue, by Funeral Dncclor Luther Grimm, where the funeral service will be he d at 2 r,0 o'clock Friday afternoon v U: Rev, V. o. Barnhart, pastor of the Chuich of God. officiating. Intelmri,t w i l l be in Mount Pleasant Cemeterj MRS. ,1. UUSSELL MORDCN GRIiLKSBURG, Feb. 1.--Mrs. M i n n i e C. Shaffer Morden, 64, wi£e of J. Russell Mot den, promment eenfcbjrff photographer, died Ti cs- dtiy me rmg U their jipartment in the-PC in Albeit Hotel after an ill- ncK= of h\ e \\ ec-Us. Boi 11 m Mount Pleasant, a daugh- toi of the lute Mr. rnd Mrs. Norman Shaffer, Mis Border's younger days u CM c :-pent in North Baltimore, Ohio. The Mordens came here in 1911 f i o m Franklin uhere they had operated photographic studios. She is survtv. cd by her husband, one daughter, Mrs. LOUJS J. Happ of Port Jprvis, N. J ; one sister, Mrs. H n r i Knt7enmeyer of North Balti- moie nnd one niece, Mrs. Curtis B. Kncpprr of Green*:burg. The f u n e i al sci \ ice will be held nt 2 30 o'clotlv Thursdry afteinoon at the Chi ist Episcopal Church in c h a r g e of Rev W. F. Shero. Interment v. ill be made in North BalU- moie. Frank Kluckhohn Seized by Mexican police and given. 24 houis to get out oi the country, Frank KJ uckhohn, conrespondent for the Now York Times, is shown on arrival at Brotvnsville, Tex. Kluckhohn said "I am being made butt of a general program of cracking down on foreign correspondents in Mexico." Named Boston Coach. Frank Leahy, une coach at Fordham, has been named aead footoall coach at Boston College, succeeding Gilmoi Dob/e, resigned. Leahy is 3 Notie Dn.Tic grad and ployed tackle and center on Knutc Rockne's last team His signing squelched a Pacific Coait icport that Bill Kern of Cainegif Teen had already signed a contiact al Boston. WPA Workers Tell Of Pay Assessments lii Election Campaign By ROBERT WEAR United Press Stall Correspondent. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., Feb. 1.-"he Government called a procession I WPA workers toddy lo testily int Si lends of Senator Dennis Chavez had assessed them 10 per ent ol their wages for a political ampaign. They wore testifying at the trial £ Chavez' sister, Mrs. Anita Tafoya, us ion-m-law, former Assistant United States District Attorney tanley Miller, and 33 others charged mth conspiracy to use WPA jobs nd funds for political purposes. The witnesses said the 10 per cent evy was assessed by the Rio Grande · Social Club, which, other witnesses had testified, forced WPA workers nto its membership on penalty of osmg their jobs. "Walter Oglesby, a clerk in the tale welfare department and a former WPA worker, testified that the club was formed to fight former overnor Clyde Tingley's proposed amendment to the state constitution vhich would have permitted office holders 1hree, instead of two. consecutive terms. Tingley and Chavez opposed one another on three state tsues. Tingley lost them all. The Government charged that WPA jobs and resources we' : used in all three campaigns, in Chevez 1 behalf. GEORGE WORK Gcoige Work, 83 years old, one of the bfbt known farmers o[ Fran'dm township, died at 6 o'clock Tuesday night after a lingering illness. l He hjd spent most of his life on the we rk farm, near Upper Middlctown. about thice miles liom Conncllsvillp He w.is born January 28, 1856, and served three terms as road supervisor and two as a school director in Franklin township Besides a son, George Emerson Work, He is survived by two brothers. David Work of Dunbar and AJex Work of Waltersburg and three grandchildren, Evelyn, Eileen and James Work He was an uncle of Mrs A. J. George of Con- nellsviHe. Ills wife died a number of years ago Funeral arrangements will be announced later. MRS. CATHERINE KING MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 1.-Mr Oithenre King, 71, of Yukon, died .Monday night in Westmoreland Butteunore who died Monday morn* ing at West Pjlm Beach, Fla., will be held ,it 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon al the Claries A McCotmick funeral pallors with Rev. Merrill L. Cad- v, ell, pastor of the First Christian Church, officiating Mr. Buttermore \\ill be accorded full military rites Dy the Walter E. Brown Post, Veterans of Foieign Wars. Members o Company D, Fighting Tenth, Pennsylvania Volunteers, of which he wa a lieutenant during the Spanish War will serve as pallbearers. Intermen be made in Hill Grove at Gieensburg alter a t w o j t c i y weeks' illness. She was thd widow of Ch.ii'.e'i F King. Surviving are nine children: Bert of Latiobe, Mrs. Rosella Jester of SlickMlle, Charles of Arona, Paul at Livcnnoie. Andrew of Slickville, Thomas Exton of Adamsburg, Mrs Ben Woods of Yukon Mrs. John and William of Wyano. There are also 48 grandchildren, two sisters and four brothers. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the SlickMlle Presbjterinn Church. Burial will be at Saltsburg. MRS. OLIVER CRITCHFIEIJD r.OCKWOOD, Feb J.--Mrs. Ha- pamah Kjiepper Cntchfield. 78, wife of Oliver Cntchfield, died Monday afternoon at the home of her sisters, Misses Margaret and Nell Knepper. at Berlin, after an illness of 10 days. She was a daughter of Dr. Frederick and Elizabeth Lint Knepper and is survived by her husband and two skiers The funeral service was held this afternoon at the Knepper home with Rc\ Charles G. Link, pastor of the Rockwood Reformed Church, officiating. Interment was in Berlin I. O. O. F. Cemetery. BUTTERMOEE FUNERAL The funeral service for Albert J. Stork at Hospital. A son was born at 6.55 o'clock Tuesday evening at Connellsville State Hospital to Mr. and Mrs Albert Harvey of Dunbar. Vets to Attend Funeral. All members of Walter E. Brown Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Colonel Crawford Camp, United Spanish War Veterans, are to meet at the V. F. W. Home in South Pittsburg street at 1:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon to attend the funeral service for Lieutenant Albert J. Buttermore. Merchant Seriously 111. Harry rt. Countryman, prominent Somerset furniture dealer, is seriously ill al his home at Somerset with pneumonia. Hospital Patient. Miss Mary Ztmcosky of New Salem has been admitted to Connellsville State Hospital lor treatment. Paramount Theatre LAST TISTES TODAY 2 BIG FEATUKES! Feature No. 1. SHE WAS NOT AWVE ... NOB WAS SHE DEAD . . . JUST A "WHITE ZOMBIE" Performing liis every desire . . . with liclu (DIUCCLA) I/ngosi Madge Bellamy Joseph Catrthorn Feature No. 2 "THE MONSTER WALKS" Thrills and chills in an old mansion with an insane old man and an npc that does his bidding! --With HTSCHA AUER Comimr 1'Jiur.sday ... One Day Only HE'S GOT WALL STREET TREHBL1N'. . . AND THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD TRUCKINM FOKfJEATUJBE TIJIE CALL 598 WEDNESPAY - THURSDAY 2--BIG REATUKES--1 gets MAW MAUREEN LEW O'SULUVAN-AYRES RUTH HUSSEY- BURGESS MEREDITH ANN MORRISS-JOYCE COMPTOH Sore cm Play *nd Produced by Edwud Chodoiov * Bft«edontb0PJay "Spring Dlr»ctad brS. Sylrao Simoa GLENDA FARRELL BARTON MacLANE TOM KENNEDY OirKUt liy WILLIAM BCAUOINE STARTS FRIDAY udtli F L O R E N C E R I C E HELEN BROOERICK FORD JOH.V B. EAKLEY John B. Eat ley, 77 yeais old, o near Normalville, died at 8 o'clocj Tuesday night at his home after a lingering illness of complications. Mr. En: ley is survived by his wife Mineiva; one daughter, Mrs. Maud Johnson ot KormalViUe; five grand childi en, Mrs. Ethel Hart, Mrs. Oil U'iltrout, Raymond and Harold John son and Mrs. Helen Hitenour and 1 greal-grandchjjdrejj. The funeral will be held Friday af ternoon with a prayer at the horn at 2 o'clock followed by a full serv ice at the Normalville United Breth ren Chinch at 2:30 o'clock. Inter nent w i l l be in the church cemetery A. J, CANS FUNERAL The funeral se/uce for Amadee J Cans, pioneer Fayette county schoo teacher, who died at Uniontowi Hosp.tal Monday night, will be heli at " o'clock Thursday afternoon a the home at Point Marion. Inter mcnt will be made m Evetgreer Memorial Park Cemetery at Poin M.aion. Elevator Operators Strike in New York By United tress. NEW YORK, Feb. 1.--Elevator operators and other employes of! 600 of the city's buildings--most of them in the congested garment center--went on strike today to force acceptance of a labor contract. Union officials said the strike had "paralyzed" business operations in the district. Approximately 4,000 operators were on strike, union officials said at mid-morning, predicting that shortly 4,000 others would join the walkout. Tens of thousands o£ workers arriving at lofts, factories and offices found towering buildings--some of them 30 stories high--without elevator service and picket lines formed on sidewalks outside. The district is one of the most heavily unionized in the country. A three year contract between the union and the Perm Zone and Midtown Realty associations expired last midnight. The union demands a 40- hour week and a 15 per cent wage increase. E'ormerly they worked a 48-hour week at wages ranging from S23 to S26.75. MEN LOVE ^ GHUSWITH If you aro peppy and full of fun, men trill Invite you to dances and parties. BUT if you aro cross, Usitcss and tirc3, men won't be interested. Men dan't Ufca "qiiiet" girls. Wbpn they go to parties they ·want girls along "who are lull of pep. So {n case you need a good genend system tonic, remember for 3 generations one ·woman has told another how to go "smUinc thru" with Lrdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It helps build up more physical resistance and thus aids in filing you raonj pep and lessens distress from feiaale functional disorders. _ You'll find Hakham'a Compound WELI* ·WORTH TRYING! ^^ THE _ NEW THEATRE -LAST TIMES TODAY- JACK BENNY · JOAN BENNETT ff A PemrnouM Ffdur* with MARK BOUND · CHSRIEY CKAPEWH · FSIH FELt. JOVCE COMPTOH and THE TACHT CIB6 BOVS Olmctii by MiUtiitC Utiii Feature No. 1 r:?pnsw': kinrf; of' murder- y.ser!pve .·staryi'..C.ome MIJSMANTON Feature No. 2 ' ) ^ (·J t- boy and a hot**..fighting diagraco to win bock iho *4tf'-reip*tt t h e y value moro Ihon r o n pnz*! PANORO S. SfffMAN ft eho:3» of Prodvcl** Oiec(atf byt«igh jaton Produced by P i Well]C4 Screen p?o/ bj- Philip G Eptte a PATRICIA ELLIS · MICKEY RODNEY · DENNIS MOORE ',WUUU» UST.GORDOH MRI-COItDON Evuon-iosirn CUHW-MMV IREEN · Comedy »News · Selected Shorts

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