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January 21, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 15

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A' FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER, COMNELLSVILLE. PA. PAGE FIFTEEN. WHARTON STUDENTS WILL GET FREE TRANSPORTATION UNIONTOWN, Jan. 21.--Instead | of thumbing their way to the Uniontown schools or traveling in private machines, students of Wharton township, beginning Monday will receive free bus rides to and from their homes. . This decision came Tuesday night by unanimous vote of the school board. It was voted to extend Sheldon Randlot a contract calling for payment of $225 a month for the transportation of the students. Of this amount the board will pay oniy one-fourth, the remainder of the obligation being borne by the State Board of Education. Next year there will be a further reduction in the cost. By wire and registered mail the State Revenue Department was notified of the decision of the school board. Mr. Randlot at once rushed his fee for the $45 bus license, which is expected within the next two or three days. It is hoped to be able to ..start the free transportation of students by Monday. The schedule calls for the start of the bus at 7 A. M. from the Dinner Bell Inn, following the route to Farmington, EllloUsville, along the Furnace road to Chalk Hill and Braddock's Grave and then directly to the Uniontown High School, arriving at 8:30 o'clock. The one student attending Benjamin Franklin Junior High School will be transferred to LaFayette at which the bus also will make a stop. At present between 38 and 40 boys and girls from Wharton township are attending the local schools. With free 'transportation provided, the number is expected to increase. The capacity of the motor bus is 45. High school tuition also is met by the board under provisions of the motor code. . . Members of the school board asserted today that the added expense of ths bus contract will not increase the millage. In fact a move has been inaugurated to cut the taxes for next year. ·' . Uniontown Fire Loss Shows Drop Lasl Year Uniontown's fire loss during 1937 was $31,439, a decrease of $10,000 over the previous year, according to a report of Chief William Barclay. ' A record low of $5,392 had been reached for Uniontown in 1932. Firemen answered 190 alarms last year. % . . , Somerset 'Woman Dies. SOMERSET, Jan. 21.--Mrs. Mary Brass, 66, of 152 East Garrett street, died Friday afternoon after a long illness. She was the widow of Charles Brass who died four years ago and a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Weinzierl. She leaves seven children and one brother, James Weinzierl, of South Connellsville. ' , Dr. C. H. LaClair New American Red Cross Chairman in County UNIONTOWN, Jan. 21.--Dr. C. H. LaClair, a member of the board of directors for the past five years, was elected- chairman of the Fayette County Chapter of the American Red Cross at the annual reorganization meeting Monday night to succeed Charles L. Davidson who recently moved to, Philadelphia. ' Miss Kathryn Emery, who has been with the county chapter since 1920, was reappointcd executive director and her staff was held intact. Other officers elected were: J. Sidwcll Hackney, Point Marion, flrst vice chairman; A. A. Clarke, Connellsville, second vice chairman; Dr. H. D. Graham, Brownsville, secretary, and C. W. Reed, Uniontown, treasurer. Directors of the various departments arc: Judge W. Russell Carr, home service; C. M. Shank, Masontown, developments; D. H. Binns, Fayette City, finances; Dan O. Little, publicity; W. F. Underwood, first aid; Dr. C. H. Smith, disaster and relief; A. M. Halncs, Connellsville, supplies; Mrs. Sara Erhard, nursing, and Mrs. Chariot Coffroth, Junior Red Cross. Mr. Davidson had been chairman of the county chapter for the past five years. He transferred his legal office to Philadelphia, but retains his position on the board. The new chairman will name his various committees in the near future. Other members of the board of directors arc Walter Risbek, Pcrry- opolis; E. M. Hansel, Farmington; Dr. M. J. Fast, Masontown; R. E. Wilhelm, Connellsville; Mrs. William Baum, A. M. R. Jacobs, o£ Brownsville; T. D. Hann, also of Brownsville, and Pardee Day. Miss.Emery's staff is comprised of Nurses Phoebe Stewart and Helen Marie Arondosh, and Mrs. Leonard Cornish, office secretary. Currency Comptroller Resigns; May Become Governor Candidate v · WASHINGTON, Jan. 21.--Comptroller of Currency J. F. T. O'Connor today tendered his resignation to President Roosevelt. Mr. Roosevelt accepted the resignation. In a letter to the President, O'Connor said he desired to relinquish the office "to return^to my home in California to take care of pressing matters there." : It is generally understood that O'Connor will seek the Democratic nomination-as governor of California. Stony creek Township Woman Dies. SOMERSET, Jan. 21.--Mrs. Metta Yoder Mostollcr, 38, wife of Merle M.- Mostollcr, a farmer, died Sunday morning at her home in Stonycreelc township. She leaves her parents, her husband and seven children. In Detroit Alger Story Murder Hrn. Edith Mno CnmminR« (left) who in 1329 POSO from (position as telephone operator to become a millionaire through rcnl estate operations, wns "hot and killed on the banks of n creek near Detroit. (Police say Mrs. Julia Barker (ripht), another real oitata operator, has Wdmittod tho alaying. Both were under indictment in a Kentucky land swindle. (Central Pnt*) MANY PRINCIPALS QUALIFY THROUGH GRADUATE STUDY HARRISBURG, Jan. 21.--Most school teachers who obtain certificates as supervising principals now qualify themselves for this advancement through graduate courses of studies at universities whereas a few years ago most of the school principals qualified through administrative experience in the schools, Dr. Lester K. Adc, Superintendent of Public Instruction said today. Dr. Adc said that a few years ngo less than half of the supervising principals o b t a i n e d certificates' through the medium of graduate studies while this year ISO or more than 75 per cent of the 248 supervising principal certificates issued were to teachers who had qualified through graduate study. Fifty-eight candidates qualified through administrative work. ' Candidates for supervising principal certificates last year received their post-graduate instruction at Bucknell University, Pennsylvania State College, Temple University, University of Pennsylvania and the University of Pittsburgh, all located in Pennsylvania, and 14 universities situated in other states. Of the 190 teachers granted principal certificates for graduate'study last year, 137 were enrolled at Pennsylvania institutions and the remaining 53 were enrolled in institutions in other states. Mrs. Hilda Bllmn Dies. SOMERSET. Jan. 21.--Mrs. Hilda Bihun died Saturday night at her .home at McDonaldtown. She leaves six sons. WITH A CASH LOAN $25 to $300 FROM US. IK LAST YEAR'S BIIXS AHE THIS YEAK'S 1'BOBLKM. Why Not Combine Tli«n Here; Lei Onr Cash Solve 1'cmr, Problem. NO Signers Except nmbaml And Wife. No Kmhamwsine iD Inquire About The Union Kepoymcnt flnn. Small Payments ArnuiRed T» Suit Y.OUK 1NCO.MK. Op To IS Months to Ropny. OM Reliable-:? Xrs. in Grctiwbitric I/wms Mado In Westmoreland AIM! Surrounding Countir*. GUI-- Phono-- Or Write. Bond Issue Approved. ! HARRISBURG, Jan. 21.--Internal j Affairs Secretary Thomas A. Loguei announced today approval of a bond i issue for Somerset county, Conemaugh Township School District, $170,000 for acquiring site and erecting a high school building. u N I O N LOAN CO. KM--Second Moor Pin* National Bank Bids. Phone 1-3-1-3 GREENSBURG 'T'HERE'S a- h'appy anriy of people J- who have declared their independence from one of modem man's most prevalent ills--constipation due to a lack of "bulk" 3a the diet And they've done it without pills and purgatives! Would you like to join their ranks? Here's how: · If you have this common trouble, a crunchy, toasted, nut-sweet cereal can keep you regular as the clock's tick. It is Kellogg's All-Bran. You'll find it on every grocer'm shelf. AU-Bran supplies two things you need--bulk and the intestinal tonic vitamin B!. All-Bran absorbs moisture and softens like a sponge. This water- softened mass aids elimination. At the name time, the vitamin B t helps tone your intestinal tract. Eat crisp All-Bran every day--as a cereal or baked in muffins. And drink plenty of water. You'll soon be joining the "regulars." All-Bran is sold where you buy all good things to cat--your grocer's.! It is made by Kellogg in Battle Creek.' Your Grocer is Now Featuring Kellogg's All-Bran. Be Sure You Get Your Copy The new 1938 edition of the Housewife's Almanac has juat been distributed. It's filled with tntereiting and useful information. If you fniled to , Ret your copy, write for one now--it's FREE. Addrest: KelloRK Company. Battle Creek, Michigan, Railroad Absolved In Two Accidents Special to The Courier. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 21.--A coroner's jury absolved the Baltimore Ohio Railroad Company and its em- ployes of all responsibility for the deaths of two men, whose bodies were found along the tracks. Mystery surrounded one fatality and no evidence pointed conclusively to the fact that the victim had been struck by a train. In returning a verdict in the death of Andy Ruslco, 55, a coke drawer of Outcrop, whose body was found on the tracks the night of January 1, the jury decided: | . "That, the man came to his death from/a fractured skull, his body being found near Outcrop on the right of way of the Baltimore Ohio Railroad. The cause of.the jtracture resulting in his death is not known. We absolve the Baltimore Ohio and Western Maryland ^Railroad companies, together with their em- ployes, from all responsibility." ' :h the death of Mitro'Sutyak, 56, Umontown, which occurred in November, the coroner's jury found the man came to his death "by being struck by a Baltimore Ohio passenger train while trespassing. We find the accident was unavoidable in so far as the Baltimore Ohio Railroad Company and its employes are concerned and absolve it and them from all blame for the accident." TORES Iowa B»OM «« pr«p«r«d from only choic» hand- pidcad baani, weft cooked with tomato uuca and ipicoi, with a pi«c* of pork added {or richor flavor, lona beam ero'ready to haat and ««rv» and at'a momont'i' notie* you can propar* a tempting" dish " tftat always hit* fh» spot. Lay in a gmefoix"·" RajaJi Mustard «BM7c GrtsUp. «Wf 2 ISC 2-5e Shitf«d Plain Ohv«t Nootlks x-.» 2^,27c Macaroni H ^,?f" 2 *, tSe Baking Powder f. 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