The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 3, 1939 · Page 11
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February 3, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1939. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLB. PA. WILL FURNISH TO FINANCE OHIOPYLE TERM Btulatour Pleads Olnopylc school children will be able to complete the current term on funds to be appropriated as soon as possible in Harrisburg by State authorities to help the local district's acute financial condition. Promises of sufficient money to see the school through the term were made by State officials in the educational department in a conference with C. A. Lenhart, secretary ol the Ohiopyle board, and Harry J. Brown- Afield, county superintendent of " schools. NERVIEST THIEF TAKES GAS FROM POLICE AUTO New High Health Standards in Slate Appears Certain By DAVID ABRAMSON United Press Staff Correspondent HARRISBURG, Feb. 3.--A new, all-time high health standaid appeared certain for Pennsylvania today if the 3939 Legislature approves two measures which the State Medical Society will submit to create nonprofit medical service associations similar to group hospitalization plans now functioning successfully for low- income groups. The pioposals, to be laid before the Legislature within two weeks, are being drafted by the society's public health and legislative committee, headed by Dr. C. L. Palmer of Pittsburgh. Chief purpose of the society's plan, endorsed by the American Medical Association, is to bring much-needed medical assistance to persons in "low and moderate" income groups by "pooling" their resources to relieve individual costs. Basically, it will be a "group" system' embodying rudiments of group hospitahzation, it was said. Some observers familiar with the "three-ccnts-a-day" non-profit hospital care plans, as well as the proposed medical services, regarded the society's contemplated legislation as a decided change of attitude by the medical profession. Medical men, it was said, first opposed the hospitalization idea but were eventually "won over" and dropped their contentions that group hospital plans were a move toward "socialized medicine." Strong possibility of a merger of the medical and hospital plans was seen by some officials if the society's legislation is adopted. SOMERSET, Feb. 3. -- Somerset county's "nerviest thief" was in the county ja.l in default of bond on a charge of larceny after Justice of the Peace H. S. Whipperman ordered him held lor court. Leroy Bowman, 21, of Boswell, R. D. 2, called by State Motor Police Sergeant J. A. Blair as the "nerviest thief," was said to have admitted stealing eight gallons of gasoline from a State Police "ghost car" cruiser. Bowman had been employed as a service station attendant at the Stewart Friedline garage at Jennerstown where the police car was kept. When the gas supply became exhausted prematurely, the officers set a trap and Bowman was said to have admitted the thievery. Gives Newspaper Advertising Credit For Sales Boosts PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 3.--"Our sales for 3938 show an increase of 35 per cent, said Samuel Kasscr, president of Kasko Distillers Products Corporation at a sales conference of the company's Ejstcrn Pennsylvania Representatives held here today in the Warwick Hotel. "We attribute a major part of this auccess to newspaper advertising and as a result have 'upped 1 our 1939 newspaper appropriation by 40 per cent. With the generally improved' feeling in business, we be- jieve this advertising will produce a proportional boost in sales for Kasko Products in 1939," said Kasser. Health Deputy Secretary. SOMERSET, Feb. 3.--Dr. Alexander Hamilton Stewart of Indiana who was named by Dr. J. J. Shaw, secretary of health in the cabinet ol Governor James, as deputy secretary, spent seven months of service , in Windber Hospital before opening , his practice in Indiana county. Turk Made County Head of Petroleum Industries Group UNIONTOWN, Feb. 3.--Fayette C o u n t y Division of Associated Petroleum Industries of Pennsylvania was organized with the selection of J. B. Turk, division manager o£ the American Oil Company, as chairman. Thomas I. Parnell is vice-chairman and J. G. McKay secretary. The chairman said the organization is "firmly pledged to support three specific styles of legislation we feel are- necessary to the well-being of our motorist customers to secure their license plates on the flrst day of April, instead of the first of January, when the family finances are at a low ebb due to seasonal demands/ The chairman made these appointments: Legislative committee--Chairman, G. B. Brown, Uniontown; vice-chairman, C. A. Crowley, Scoltdale; R. L. Werner, Uniontown; C. E. Heurich, Brownsville; John E. Wise, Smithfield; Frank Stewart, Connellsville; Herbert Edwards, Jr., Brownsville. Public relations committee -Chairman, J. M. Thomas, Uniontown; vice-chairman, J. P. Haumesser, Masontown; A. P. Schrcck, Uniontown; R. L. Lloyd, Uniontown. Local affairs committee--Chairman, Harry S. Long, Uniontown; vice-chairman, D. H. Conway, Uniontown; M. B. Menofee, Connellsville; L. E. Blosser, Point Marion; C. V. Lee. Uniontown; W. J. Steibutzel, TTasontown. Jules Brulntour Bandage on neck and back of head of Jules Brulatour, millionaire film man, is visible in New York court as ho is arraigned on charge of illegal possession of n gun. The bullet wound remained a police mystery. (Central Press) Forfeits, Fines 1'orfeits md fines collected dur.ng Januaiy by the Police Department amounted to S346, according to the monthly report of Chief Andrew W. Thomas, announced today. A total of 140 persons were arrested of which number 90 paid fines or left forfeits, 14 were discharged, 10 released and 20 committed. Of those anestcd, 17 faced public drunkenness charges, two drunk and disorderly, five disorderly conduct, five suspicious persons, 80 inmates of disorderly house, 21 inmates of gambling house, two maintaining gambling house, three mental observation, six larceny and one passing worthless checks. Police received 45 complaints, answered nine requests for assistance, pez-formed special duty 15 times, recovered three stolen automobiles and investigated seven automobile accidents The police car patrol covered 1.2G7 miles and the motorcycle 110 miles Yukon Youths Paroled. GREENSBURG, Feb. 3. -- Roy Krieger and Weldon Sullcnberger, Yukon youths, pleaded guilty to charges of breaking into the Clyde Foundry Company at Yukon January 19 and stealing 2,500 feet of wiie and a quantity of aluminum. Judge J. Hilary Keenan placed them on a five-year probation as they were first offencleib. Warns Italy, Germany. METZ, France, Feb. 3.--General Andre Giraud, military governor of Metz and expected to be the next generalissimo of. the French armies, publicly warned Italy and Germany that it would be "suicide" if they should ever attack France. Says Americans Safe. WASHINGTON, Feb. 3. -- Vice- Consul Douglass Flood at Barcelona, Spain, has advised the State Department that all Americans there are believed safe. Flood reported that Genet al Franco's occupation of the city was ion. rried out in orderly fash- Man Old at 35 NOW YOUNG. FULL OF LIFE "I tru worn-out. Only 3 1 ! but vtu old But OUr't S»T« me youth "--Hats* 1 Jick Greenfield, Ind. OSTKKX contains orginlc ttimulint, obulntd Tram tivr o}iUra. which ptpi you up AT ONCE; «lso 4 o'H«r InvlEoratare Kdrlird bj leading doctor* S»fe. plBUinl fifjleU Get II GSTilEX today for SBc If ' not delimited, milter refunds price of thli Pick\at To i don't r'lk · penny. Gat new youth todiT. I OSTREX l-Tte NewRawOysterTonlc For sale at Union Drug Co. Smoke Inhalation Fatal. NEW YORK, Feb. 3.--T\vo babies died o£ tmoko inhalation in a fire which partially dcst-oyed a two- lanv.ly dwelling at Winficld, Queens Two baby girls wci e rescued. There's one "best to add 'sugar to i m p r o \ e the grain of j o u r cake. Do you know it? LOOK IN THESE BAGS FOR NEW IMPROVED CAKE METHOD -- P L U S A FLOUR THAT M A K E S SIMPLE CAKES INTO PRIZE-WINNERS! In simple foods -- bread, biscuits, pies, pfajn cakes -- the goodness comes from the dour. It costs only ',Ac more per recipe to use Pilisfaury's Best Flour t h a n to use the cheapest flour. Mellon Sellinsr Stable. Richard King Mellon's famous stable of 28 Befgian stallions, mares and colts will be sold at public auction at Rolling Rocks Farms at Ligoiiicr February 18. He has decided to start from scratch.again and build up a stable of another famous Belgian blood line. Special Group Men's Suits, Topcoats, Q'Coats values up to $19.50 H A R R I S ' 210 N. Pittsburg St. 5c and lOc Stores 25c to $1.00 Stores Undetermined Sex C A N A R I E S There may be a $10 singer among these. $1.00 each Special Closeout TURKISH Special Closeout Print H A N K I E S Regular ."c numbers. Ladies' Full Fashion Hosiery Full fashioned with hairline seams . . . Newest spring colors. Delight her with, hose for valentine Day, February 14, We have just what you want for t h a t A'alentine party. Coine in and look over our fine selection of valentines and party favors today. New Spring Styles in Ladies' Purses SOc Something smart something fashionable. Keg. (i»c to $1.00 Values. 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This low price will act as an added inducement to serve one of these tender loins for your Sunday dinner. FOR STEWING 75c oach 2-lb 3-oi fo 2-lb 9-oz Not W*. FOR ROASTING each 2-lb lO-oi to 2-lb IS-oi Not Wt. Romember--th» w»!ghh ipecified ar* alter all watts hat been removed, Roady-to-Cook Cbictom aro equal in sito to undrawn cr-icloni weighing approximately ono third moro. Chuck Roast C ° u rlb 21c c "» Ib 16c Quality Slnr B..I--Ev.r, Cut a R««l Valu« Leg of Lamb t s .± n . a = 25c Ttndtr Young Slock Skinned Hams IE" ib 23c Star, Certified and Oth«r Strictly First Gradt Brandt Pork Sausage * 19c Uafc-- Bulk--Country StU S-lb box 89e Sliced Bacon * 25c O.lieloui Sunnyi«ld Brand '/j-H P'S Uc Cooked Hams *** ib 29c Mornll'l E-Z Cut Brand--R««dy-to-S«rv« luna Green Beans M =°an 2 5c AP Peas X' 2«n?21c lona Beets 3 J. 9 ;, 25c Del Mi Com 2 can, 19c Green Giant Peas 2«TM25c Wax Beans 3ca°;, 2 25c Corn A!PV/h!Hor V/hcl. Grain Lemon Juice Orang* and Graptfruit B!«nd WriOLE PEELED Grapefruit iuice Apricots Grapefruit Del Monte Plums lona Pears Sunsweet Prunes 4 cT 19c ^, 2 25c ·Si 1 IDs u cant /DC S 15c PG Soap Oxydol or Rinso Soap Chips TM Ivory Soap Super Suds 10 35c IBc S5 25c RED BOX 2X31c p__- LIFEBUOY « 00()p or LUX 4c Lux Flakes 2, Sunbrite Cleanser 3, -Fresh Fruits and Vegetables- 2 pint ft« bans A7V FOR FRESH DESSERTS OR DELICIOUS SHORICAKE ORANGES %££ .o 19c ORANGES 2 ,,« 25c ORANGES ,5SSi£ 2 - 35c BOXED APPLES « » 5c · · head 5c A DELIGHTFUL FRESH SALAD FOUNDATION Old Dutch Cleanser 3^,23c Bon Ami Powder can 10c Clorox b¥i 19c Kleenlin 2D vrlOc Sani Flush or Drano »,, 19c Climalene III 19 c Com Flakes Rolled Oats tlT Mello Wheat Wheaties or Huskies Pillsbury Bran imall c n pKQ JU 4B-01 1fl_ pkg IOC PI, 15c pkg 15C Post Toasties 2SS 13c Ahrt 0 15%-or 1^« Pag« 0 cant I /I* Spaghetti Catsup tGtTr 2 21c Menu Catsup Rajah Syrup n^d Encore Macaroni Encore Spaghetti 3 "feTHc $ 19c SS 19c Peaches 2 ± 23c Large Halve* cr DaWy SJic»i 8c DEL MONTE Sliced or Cruthed B 15e tf 27c Corn,PeasJomatoes4 «- 22c s d OI 27c Creamy Smooth U» Them for Every Purpo« Cleanser wymdoit. Karo Syrup tfffl Minute Tapioca Quick Tapioca Dated Coffee Nectar Tea ° lona Cocoa Carnation Milk 4«i', 25c Wilson Milk 4c'± 25c 10c 9c ffi 22c " 25c c.n 15 c Prices Below Effective in AH AP Food Stores in This Vicinity White House EVAPORATED Tub or Roll Still An Economical Spread White Housa Milk has bean aecapted by the American Medical Council of Foods as being safe, pure and sterilized. If is a real millc for all purposes --bating, cooking, as coffee cream; dilute with water and you may use it as any other pasteurized milk for baby's bottle. Fresh Butter . 2 »» 55c / 'RINE 3 ib, 25c or Crisco . ;:"; 49c . 2 fc 17e Fresh Bread . 2.':r15c Five Popular Varie'ici Eight O'CIock Coffee ^ 39c Two Populi Pure Lard In Sanitary Carfonj Mild and Mellow Stngl* pound lie

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