The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 11, 1930 · Page 10
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February 11, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

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'· *H'. lAr- ! 1-, n. X r £, u f ·- t «1 · TUESDAY, FEBRUARY It, 1930. CMRAL AGENCY FOR PURCHASE OF STATE SUPPLIES i Does AH the Buying for Tat- io us jWpilrt menta and 50 instil utions. EFFECTS LARGE SAVING IN COSTS to Tho" Courier. bk 11-- Centralized jiurehaulng for all State departments zmd GO State-owrtxl institutions Is mving the Co'mmonweanx many ihounand* of dollars,. accor41n'g to a Hlfctefljsnt iapuect 1y the Department of Proiy-srty ftul Supplies, The statement follow In full text: The now syeten tor State purchasing woe made jxaible Ixy amendments to thf. Administrative Ckxte and has been In offodt"6««io June 1. Since tliat Umo prices paid for tho -wide variety o£ sup plies txoed'xl by the Commonwealth have been on a. quantity baste which has permitted the obtaining of discounts not joaelble whan each State-ownqd Ins '.Station IM Ita own purchasing. Whether 1t !««. a half dozen em- balwioft cats or f score of Hve guinea pie?, a grand ptano or a mouth organj a steam shovel or a ejlo; a Ifi-poaml sledpo or a delicate medical instrument, all any 'branch of the State f.ovwnment needs to ohtalu theia it* properly executed requisition drf-wn on lha Department crt property and BnppUeo. Centramaticu of all State purchases In one bureau In that department has demonstrated liow widespread aro the. tUiily buying demands upon the Coramonweanh'a hinds, official*, point out. fm At the Theatres RcsponelWllt?- tor all purchases at the beat possible prices Is lodged In the bureau* ?J standards and pur- chesea, o£ whicli J. D, Tompklna te the director. The burqau lorraerly waa headed by Walter 0, Scott, Y ho flr6t applied purcfeasMng /igent roethotls to State buying, aod who la now the deputy eecretaiy of tho department. Because of tlio wide field covered in Stato buying ta^ee olasslficatione are made--high^wjs, State departments !n and Stato SnHtltutione. That uniformity in methods o£ accounting could I'o applied, the purchasing office of the Department of Highways wae "transferred", to.-the'- Department Of Property an^ fUippilce. The Bureau of Publications,;phieu Is responsible foi- all State printing, also operates'aa"a: unit, oentraliztng the varied needs bt all branches of the Htate jiovorntpeaft, Competitive, blda aro ax.ked for each article or ise'rios of arUelea:which the. department intends to buy. The sealod bids are opened «t a previously aa- nouncdd hour in the .presence of rep, reaentative«3 of the auditor general land the State treasurer. Contracts always are *-.w»rdxl to the lowest re- BpoE»lblo bldxler. Five buy«n;, each aa expert in hts field, 'Check tho quality of alLuamploq submitted and then make certain that tho standard of the goocle delivered compa,vee lavorably with the original submissions. The: State fxa« been divided into throe districts for the convenience of fhoaa wo etibmit .aids. Prices tjuoted for item inuet be for delivery, I, o, b., to the nearest ehlpping point Jnetituliona 04-0 permitted, to .pur-n ohasa'perlahtible food supplies and fuel _i)i lofial markets. They aro alao allow e4 to niuKe emergenoy purchases whoiCeonditioue warrant. ^He : cella.no- otw purohaat-s for articled not in bulk also la pefmitte^l, but in .each, instance records miiet bo- made Which, travel through the simo checldng and' accounting channels as those for which bids are aeked, Such purchase may not exceed $28. Tho purchasing .bureau acts as ageat 'for those branches of the State- guv- ornmont which have eepcirate fundo or appropriations. Theea. Include the Highway Department, tho Fish und Qamo sontmiKBions, State Workmen'6 Jrieuraiice Fund, the prison ·induetries ftncl tho State^bwned institutions. For each r of them . vouchra are drawn againet the separate funds tor which they are ronppnaible. Iu all other ln- stanae« purchasea are raa^o from the fund's'-.allocated to the department of property ar-.cl! eupplie-a for' that purpose.:;.' . . - · · ' · . For all tho; articles uaed at I-Iarri^T bnrg.'and pasa.ing ttu'ough the depart-' ment's etor'jroom an accounting system has beau aet up which prevents ovn a.bottlojpf mucilugo sticking, test a,t a'p7acft"U-6t permitted by "a duly authorised requisition. Whether It Is a rug for tho executive manHlon or a brueh for a chttirman the records miist show whow each went and why. ·_.,, Although goode' valued at tnove ^han S500.000 pattscd through tl\o stororoom in tho'last six-month period, the inventory tih-owed a net loss of $2,54. 'Miller, famous staler Is at tha Paramount T-heatre in her' firstVmofion picture;" 'Sally,'','a FireS. National aud Vitaphotte special pro^ 1 duction attained from her most famous stage success. Those who have nee a "Sally" on the stage will remember the fa'ioua song hits ot that shd-\v, "liook'Hor th^.SHvl 1 Lining" and "A "Wild Wild Rose." "They will h-eat 1 -thorn again-i at tho Paramount Theatre/ and in addition many new sonijs and «3anc'a i"numbfjr8 that hav$ bcon -writt n eaiiw'iftUy Sor tho jjiqture. - ' Th# m«95* plot of ' Sally,".aa It aun pearti on th» soroon, luoludfiK thirl two tnusical numb *s, 3layxi , tron «. 1-ami organ to symphony ot'ohasttra, and ttx'||i nuT»j,i|«(rs tanging from solos by Mlaa Miller and; Aljft»d,$f Gray, hd» te^tUns man, to ensemble a chorus of pw JOO YOlcqs,, ' "^«lly"- 1s salt} to. o tho tonHcum musical plaj «w brought ta tho screen, la addition to its inuBtoal attractions, it; Is entirely In techni- color, with, overy 80n,e photoBrap-Ked iu natural oolorp. j ··' A SBlendiS pnpixw ting Cost la 'fsqfcn with Miss SJJUer. Jji\ pray, her Jeii^l- Ing- man, formerly saag Ifl "Tho Dese So'iig" stage oowpaa f, Jo« famous cqraodian o the sorfl6», stage, has/tho principal comedy Ha 1s ably'alded ia t Us, f un-raakjUK by T. Roy Harues, Fo.'d Sterling, Jack Duffy and others. Pert Kalton l\M the Ingenue rola, ami Cisay Fttagcmld, E. J, Ratoiiffa and Jiaucte Turner Gordon aro also mombf .-a at tho big- wsi. John Prapcls Dfllot dlr^otcd the pie- turo. Toward thfi cjose of th» picture there , IB a beaittl'i m Bedding scene requires hut a lew seconds to show on the screen. The ragrinn ftla includes a Vita- phone act, a tatfcfng n«wti reel aart all- talking comedy. , ' PH1UP LYNCH IS SERIOUSLY INJURED IN AN_AUT!) MISHAP MBYBHSDAU3, Feb. Il.--Relativofi living hero recelv* d a na«sengo from Sfoungatown, Ohio Saturday evening stating thfet Phlll i I/ynoh had Jwon seriously injured iiy boi,ag struolt by OR automobile., a; r. l^yiieh la kn/own here where lie resided for many years. His mothe--, Mrs, Mary Lynch and slstere, Mrt. Harrjjr W^lfth anl . JQdward ic«j*rlg«n t'Bakte h«re, Mr, and Mra. Sv: A. liiloyd and children o£ SoraoJWt fjpertt Sunday h«ve with Mre. Lloyd's parents, Mr. \ and Mrs. W. B.'JUltt. Mr. and Mre. Gharlei Crowe of Johnfitown drove ov.pr ;8aturtay :aud remained until Sunday etfenlng, haying come over to visit the-latter's inoth- or, tr.$, Henry Hau^hoyev oj Otenooe, who te ft patient -at the Hazel Me- Gllv«ry hosnital. Mrs. Fred ,Gt-of anl son, Freddie, spent Saturday. vi siting relatives and frleuds InOoauaiJSeville, Ml«3 Ida l?ftife'Ugh it Qumborlanrt 8p0nt a fc^y daya/ luring the ·wee'k hefe at tho hom« o£ h r ^rothw-in-law aud sieter,, Mr. and M r?,, Q. W, CoHlwa, filr. and ,Mrs, William Shaffor and two Rhll(iron of CrantivJUc, Md., were, vlsltirtg ,hero ou Saturday, .;. iMr6.""A, Q. MiivtK hau returned from two Tiveefes' vHlt with rolativea In Citron, Ohio. .}";·'· - Mr. and/Mrs. \Vaiter Fike and little son of Somerset epent the woejt-end here with MW. Fike's parents, Mr, and Mre," O.e.otSoiSiprte. . , .The funepaloE flaym'ond Blttnerwho died Ids t Friday, was held S unday afterrioon at the homa «£ his parents, MivaiuTMre. IMllton Bittnor in Olingei? ^troot. Services were condudted; oy his pastor, Hev. J. Luther Frantz, of ?;ion Lutheran Church and wore largely attend w by relatives and frlenda. The floixil tributes were numerous and very pretty. Beeidea hia parents, the do^'eaeed is eurvived hy Ono sister, Mm Charteg Androws ot Patton, .'Pa';,- and one brother, 'Carl, at home.. Deceased was 21 years old oiid hal 'eufCer^cl for many yenra from heart trouble and later from rhouma- tSam "which dove toped into dropey from which he died. The Orpiheisin '"Ten {Song of Love," starring Belle it attracting Jarge orowcle at the Orphaum-. thoatrbi ' Mifls -Beher'B MteatriosE career started early. She made her debut on the. stage at \l\o ftgo gf eight. Sha appearei frequently In Bast SWe lauaio halls, ^h^rpaiter, an4 wae th« first singer to mi\ko a iipoolalty of Hebrew^ inelodle*. Morrlfl Gest discovered the talented, child, anH decided to introAuc^.her to un-ibwn andtenoa, »An" opariing wae arrivnseu tor her '4t Hammeretoln'a Victoria. Qeat interested Leo Feis^ in his protigo. Both perauaded Uelueco to Attend one of Miss Baker's performances, Belaaco wftS ao wifjh'tbie young Blrfa Ability 8he then ftlxsat 17) that he wanted to h«r to JSiirope, hare her trailed anil bring hir out aa a dramatic atar. Mlaa BaAei- had by this time beocmo on- dear«d i» the Taa^ovJl}^ nliblia, '"Sh 1 ^ lov«d hjr work aqd did not want to gif« It up. B«llo Baker hae continued In vUl» and musical r*vug« from that time, to the present She la one oH roo*V ppu!«r v»udovllla artiste of docarto and one of tho highwt One aaevet of her popnlaJity is hor Sho pingfa peppy ballads, cbaructor and, «eleotUin« with equal sucresw w«« the firat performer to introdtlce tho ''bf.by song'' and always lnclad«s on« !n her repertoire. "\ Graves, who plasu the harrl- but lovable cvauderilto actor )n "Songr flf Love," js not oaly » j«u,*-oN all-trn/Iae but a master of Bioflt of then. An i n-talking comedy, eo«»d newe r«el Aitd movietone a«t ar« aiao being shown · The feature pietur* fox TihuiwiUiy, B^riday »nd Saturday Is "So This li Collage," with SaSly SUrr and BUtott Nugent in the trt*H#f rolea. (bids It i« Use on« «u«ld jour hoilth. Mild, »*ft.'pnir«lr yeiteHkbJe.^ p)e»7*nt--JSc. Thm AU-V»f*ttM* taxation J Sup! :iou« *Tou can't alight a, man twenty-fiv* years," suya » phtlosophar In · the /Amerk-an Mogiulnc, "nnd then decide to turn over a new lenf and greet hlra like a brother. You may mean to be friendly but the other ronn will suspect yov motives." o you nick ymtr chin when you shave^ on dark mornings? . * . , just get a good big bulb for the bathroom light fixture aod you'll smg as you shave on the gloomiest day , . PARAMOUNT THEATRE |nj ill TODAY--TOMORROW-f-tHURSDAir Bigger 'Jlian "Gold Diggers of Broadway" v All Talking Merging The Best Of Stage And Screem P It's AMAZNQ- How much, greater "Sally" is on the screen. A more vivid love plot, brand 'new song hits, more sensational dance- Effects, vastly enlarged chorus, ALL IN COLOEJ A Masterpiece of Mirtli, I Melody and Romance. Hi [SI [*] {11 A FIf :ST NATIONAL VIT^PHONE Al L COLOR EXTRAVAGAI^ZA ALEXANDER GRAY, JOE E, BROWN, FEET KELTON Vitaphone Act Talk ing JNfews Rctel AU 7 Diking Comedy Florem J5iegfeW*s music*! comedy by Guy author, and Jerome Kern,composer,, Directed by John Francis Billon, riiotogniptied by Technicolor Trocess; Admisiion-- Matinee 11 Oc and 3Sc -- Nighi'fSc and 50c ' Frida y and Saturday--^Eddie Buzzell and Alice Day in "Little Johnny Jones" Flow«3r©d Print FOWiR CO BETTER UGHT meant BASIER SHAVING THEATRE Today-- Tomorrow * i Concrete Blocks We iiave recently purchased concrete block plant from 'S. M. Grimm, located on Measou Street, West Side, Gonnellsville, Pa., and can furnish high grade, nil sizes concrete building blocks. Consolidated Coal St Supply Company Phono 1700. COLUMBIA P1OVR8/ z i JIAIPH GRyWES - OWB» PUBANB .Mw ALL TALKING /IHGING'DANCING HIT/ Also All Talking Comedy Comedy, Movietone Act and Sound News Look ! Real Bargains ! Kelly-Spiringfield TRUCK and BUS Tl ·T'HIS modern" Crock !'pits a.* If It 1 helon/fed to tha "mi uv? decincle;'! dowsn't It? But it's tho itet m aoftk flowere'd prints i'qr aftai loon w«or The long, full nklrt iaa an evn hem, wiilto the deep \ ertha .ijontft to tne .nonrml waist, w iere a JDuni'b pt poHtes |H po.ied f!th narrnw strearncrn han,ifirig then from, (I'M" 1 * I" the IVay of tho-'cay n netles.' rh« frock ia sleeveless, ex ;opt for th* bertha, which covert) 1)9 inoat to the elbow. Bwjr Youii' Truck and Bus Tires Now! You'll save money. We have a limited supply of the follow- i n g sizes: ··' · ' ' . ' . ' · · These Are Cash Prices: 30x5 Truck, 8 ply $17.95 34x5 Truck, 8 ply $19.45 32x6 Truck, 8 ply $20.95 ... OOvC · *ir**if t*\f' 1 ft till i ' QQTT 1C McXD n rue iiy iu pij'" ··...«..-.;. vtaiuZO 36x6 Truck, 10 phf $29.25 34x7 frucik, 10 ply ^ r . $35,95 Aoto Servic0 We Recharge Batteries 305 West Crawford Ave. I [i] [al a a HOMJK M£»CHJLMTS WHO AIM JSKTISE m THM COIJRJKB^-5TOC»Iil,

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