The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 9, 1939 · Page 9
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February 9, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1933. THT3 nATT.v COTTRTER CONNRTJ.SVTT.T-E PA PAGE NINE U. C. PAYMENTS IN DISTRICT DURING 1938 OVER $677,000 Disbursemcnts of unemployment compensation checks through the Connellsville district office during 1938 amounted to $677,692 85, according to announcement in Harrisburg by the Department of Labor S. Industry's division of unemployment compensation and employment seiv- ice A total of 57,307 checks were issued, being for an average of $11 83 each during the year. The distribution program had its start m Febiu- ary, 1938 In District 9 of which Connellsville is a part there were 115 336 original cljims and 769,149 checks amounting to $9,201,081 25 during the yeai In Pennsylvania there were 1 090,431 original claims ard 6,480,789 checks aggregating $71,553,159 05, an average o£ $11 18 per check Uniontown had 20,200 claims while disbursements i n c l u d e d 138,734 Dhecks totalling $1,707,610 '0, Greensburg, 11,865 claims and 75,581 checks totalling $86652285, Indiana, 4867 claims and 30,987 checks totaling $350,78125, Jeannette, 7,780 claims and 52,830 checks totalling $623,392 75, Lstrobe, 6 404 claims and 47,713 checks totalling $570,64310; Monessen, 7,090 claims and 51,485 checks totalling $649,127 85, Waynesburg 3,561 claims and 17,862 checks totalling $219,166 05, Wasmgton, 26 238 claims and 164,565 checks total- ling $1,940,830 10, and Somerset, 6,685 claims and 35,193 checks totalling 5366,261 35. Civil Service Basis Proposed For Policemen By United Press HARRISBURG, Tea 9--Pennsjl- \ama's municipal police, with exception of the Scranton force, would he put on a new Civil Service basis ]f a bill introduced in the House by Representative Paul M Bardes, R , Allegheny, is enacted Bardes, a justice of the peace at Oakmont, proposed establishment of three-member civil service commissions m counties, boroughs, towns, townships and all cities except Scranton Commission salaries would be left to discretion of local authorities Vhe commissions would comprise One person selected by majority o£ officers and employes of the police department, to serve two years, one chosen by the board of county commissioners, borough commission, the mayor, burgess and council, as the case may be, for a four-year term, and the other by the two appointed commissioners, for six years Under strict Civil Service provisions, the commissions would regulate dppointment, promotion, demo- tfon and removal of paid members of police departments. Personnel of_ present municipal police departments, however, would not be re- required to take new merit examinations, except for promotion Representative Robert J. Cordier, R , Lackawanna, said Scranton was removed from scope of the new bill, backed by police organizations throughout the State, because "Scranton police are satisfied with She civil service protection they now enjoy and desire no changes In the existing civil service setup" Birth at Grcensburtr. Mr and Mrs Lewis L Osterwise, Ji , announce the birth of a daughter last Wednesday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Lewis L Osterwise, Sr, 1707 Broad street, Gre.ensburg Mrs Osterwise will be remembered as Miss Dorothy Roseman of Srolthton The baby has been named-Geraldine Ann Osterwise Scrap Iron Export Flayed SAN FRANCISCO, Teb 9 --Emory E Smith, dollar-a-year commissioner for the War Industries Board during the Woild War, charged that the United States' chance^ in any possible new world outbreak were be- a'lg virtually sabotaged by wholesale exports o£ scrapiron Gets Death Threats Mrs. Harry Bijnr Her Wo and lives of her two sons havo been threatened repeatedly srnce it was revealed that for three months she fed striking employes of the swanky apartment building jWhere she resides, Mrs. Harry Bijnr told New York police Mr Bijurisa prominent attorney. Meversdale MEYERSDALE, Feb 9--The regular monthly meeting of the Women's Club was held Tuesday at the home of Mrs Bruce Lichty on Meyers av e- nue The regular business was transacted, after which the topic of "Books" was taken up Mrs Bruce Phillips gave a review on "Listen to the Wind , comments on "Work in the Night FO1' were by Mrs D. Guy Floto, "Mortal Storm " by Mrs Eugene Hosteller, and "Day of Our Year" by Mrs Harry Snider. An interesting discussion, followed The meeting closed with a social half hour and a "silver tea " The Missionary Society of Amity Evangelical and Reformed Church held its monthly meeting Tuesday svenmg in the social room of the church Mrs Joseph Slagle presided and Mrs James Hummel was tbi leader. Mrs R. V Breig entertained Sunday evening in honor of her husband's birthday at their home in Olinger street The evening wa. spent in social conversation and music, and later refreshments were served Mr. Breig received a number of useful gifts Mrs M ~L. Barber was hostes. Monday evening to the members o her bridge club Dessert was sen ed Mrs Joseph Barnhart, who for several weeks was receiving treatmen in the Memorial Hospitel In Johns town, returned home Monday much improved in health. Mr and Mrs. John Adamson and Mrs Leora Maul motored to Wash ington, D. C, Monday to visit Rev and Mrs J. Luther Frantz, former Meyersdale residents. Rev Father George Quinn of Wil more, Pa, spent Monday as the gues of Rev Father Miller. Miss Rita Darrah has returnee from a visit with friends in Huntingdon, Pa Out of town relatives and friend who attended the funeral of the latt William .Klmgaman Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Ross Miller of Bedford Mr and Mrs Oliver Dom, Mrs Eessi Dom Churchman, Mrs Charle Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs John Frig gens and Glen Roberts of McKees port Mrs. J. H. Huseman o£ Call fornia, Pa, Mr and Mrs. Clarenc Porter of New Castle, Miss Mary Lou Dom and Dr Mary Naylor of Pitts burgh, Mrs C A. Meiter of Wilkins burg John Delo of Edgewood, Hugt P Meese of Swissvale, Dr. and Mrs Harry Hoffman of Connellsville, Mr and Mrs James Ormond of Clairton and John Miller of Waynesburg Perryopolis "Glamour Girl No. 1" Sails Away PERRYOPOLIS, Feb 9.--Miss lice Byers entei tamed hei Iwo- Table Auction Bridge Club Fuday night The members are Mis Scott Hare of Vandeibilt Mis Robcit Lm- oln Mrs Glenn Crawford Mrs John Barnes, Mis Joseph Wickenam nnd Mrs Miller Boag Faith Swaru, \i ho nas dropped out will be replaced by VIiss Wilda Stevens Extra guests vere Miss Emma Byers and M^s ames Hazen Prizes weie awarded VIrs Wickerham, Mrs Lincoln and Miss Byeis Annual Banquet Plinned The Isrifil Class of the Perry M E Church was entertained Friday night ly Miss Reba Holler There we e 1 1 iresent, including one extra guest toss He'en Albright During 'he DUsmess session, it wat decided to iold the annual mother and datigh- :er banquet February 23, at LuU ,ea roo-n In the meantime several of the girls a r e planning a series of cootie parties to raise the necessary amount of money for the banquet The hbstess list for the year was ai- ranged as follows March, Miss Pauline Baker, April, Miss Margaict Stuck, May, Mrs William Shaw, June, Miss Lucille Butterrrore, July and August no meetings, September, Miss Bermce Wilkie October, Miss Ada Buttermore December, the Christmas party, place undecided, January, Miss Reba Holler The remainder of the evening was spent in playing "cootie" and the hostess then served a lunch in keeping with the Valentine idea Teeth Club Meets Miss Ada Butteimore, sponsor of t] e Better Teeth Club of the Whitsett school, had a meeting- of the club in her room Friday afternoon Jt was presided ovpr by the president Stanley Cunningham, and Paul Tutii,h, ·acting secretary. It u as decided that Lhe proiect for the coming month would be preparation of slogans on the subject of teeth Prizes we-e given those having the best booklets pertaining to teeth in accordance with this month's project. Dorothy Brewer had the oest book and honorable mention was given Jack Wilkie, John Jury and Glenn Phillips The president then gave a talk on the origin of the tooth brush and "Hiss Buttermore a fe\v words on the kind of foods, that produce the best teeth On February 21 the club will go to Layton and give a program The meeting closed with the regjlar teeth inspection by Alice Richardaon and John Jury Picture at Church Frltlaj The moving picture "Ten 1J ghts in a Barroom ' will be shown on Friday night in the Pciry M E Church under the sponsorship of the H' C T U. Other Items of Interest Miss Emma Cook was a guest of Mr and Mrs A. M Johnson of Un- ..ontown Sunday Sues for Divorce WASHINGTON, Pa , Feb 9 --Desei tion is charged by Howard Huston of Daisytown m a divorce libU filed against Beatrice Huston of Star Junction, Fayctte county The} were married August 29, 1932, at Washington and lived toget er at Daisytown until November 1 1936, the date of the alleged desertion G-Mcn Guard Socialite CHICAGO, Feb 9 --G-men we-e assigned to guard Miss Marie Louise Hulburd, prominent Chicago socialite and now a student at the Er kino Junior College in Boston, after ktiers were received threatening her with kidnaping William Livingston Brenda Frazier Bronda Tiazier--"Glamoui Girl No 1"--is quite animated in this chat with young- V illim Livingston as she sails from New York for Nassau on » vacation Brenda'a mother, Mrs Fiedenc Waters, and Billy's motrei also sailed on the Muiiajruo Rnrti Homed anv romance Reiief R o l l s Gain 213 Cases Fayettc county s direct relief rolls duung the week ending lanuarv 28 showed a net increase of 213 cases, or four per cent according to figures announced in Harn*burg by Secretary Howard L Russell of the State Department of Public Assistance A. total of 311 cases were opened and 98 closed Of those put on the rolls, 9" lost private employment 150 were taken off in the WPA retrenchment 26 had their unemployment compensation benefits expire and 38 for other reasons Of those taken oft relief, 49 received pnvatc jobs nine were placed on WPA jobs, 12 received unemployment benefits and 28 for other reasons The-e v. ere 320 new applications for aid fro-Ti countians while the rolls showed 5j582 cases representing 22,382 persons Expenditures for the week aggregated 530,83720 Increasing for the ninth consecutive week, the number oC persons dependent on State-lnanced general assistance in Pennsyha na showed a net rise of 19,058 during the week ending January 28 The increase, in- vohing a net rise of 5751 cases, \\as the outcome of openirs 9,747 cases (33 570 persons) and closing 3,996 discs (13 912 persons ) On Jaruary 23, the rolls througnout the State numbered 2i5,934 cases rep-esenting 761 164 persons The w e e k s net expenditures for grants amounted to $1 TBl.^SS, a rise of 548 06 r ) The axcragc expenditure per person on the rolls continued unchanged at $2.34 KTDKY DAM2ER SIGALS Getting up nights Ircquent or scanty flov. burning leg palnca or bicx icnc n-a be nature h warning o£ functional kidney dlscrde-s Banker Ahead Make this 4-day test. Diuretic the Jcfdntva Help nature c Iminatt execs., Held'- and other uastes v.hich can cause the Irritation that v.akes you up Ask in druggist for a test box of Bukela lxcallj at A A- Cla-ke Drugfcist.--Advertiae-nent. 10,000 MILE TREAD GUARANTEE! Recapped Tires At One-Half the Cost of New Tires. Let Us Tell You About It! Oppermann's Supreme Service Opp. Webt I'enn Terminal. Pjione 1252. TAWRFNCi; GALT/TY, "Hillrrest." WHAT IVE. GOT AH H7PA'-- PREAfA, woai_c HAVE. Tc? £V/ A CAR ALWAYS ftfAGHT Ai-OT BE. TO ove. .H TAOTE.R Busting the USED CAR MARKET Wide Open! --With Sensational Low Prices On the Finest Used Cars We Have Owned! Seeing Is Believing-Come in Today! Ever We Can Arrange fo GUARANTEE Your Payments TERMS TO SUIT YOUR POCKETBOOK 193() Dodtre Deln\e Coupe Only $130 DOTMI --$1.83 Per TV eek 1930 Forrt Coupe Plenty of Thrift Buyers Arc Sat Ing 1 on Our New 5% Cash Discount Plan-About It Today! 198, Plymouth 4-D. Touring Sedan, Onlj $105 DOIMI --S4.14. Per Tt eok Oiilj $05.00 193h Pontiac 4-D. Trunk Sedan - Onlj S140 Dotn --5.12 Wecklj 192!) Cherrolet Sedan .. 1986 Plymouth 4-1). I'our- inor Sedan, Only S13C l)onu --$1.76 11 ceklj Only $75.00 CHRYSLER IALE5 4*0 Jf*r/« PLYMOUTH PHONE IfllJ, L Ij^lOlllltt^flltiEiP*; | Plenty of Thrift Bujers Are SaIng on Our New 5% Cash Discount Plan--isk About It Todaj! Motor Club Will Meet Monday Night DRIVERS MUST 1939 LICENSES SECURE Y MARCH 1 The deadline lor the 1938 automobile operates license in Pennsylvania expires Tuesaay, Feoruaiy 28 And unless they get busy at once and notify the Department o£ Revenue of a change in their address approximately 1,300 motorists in Con- nellsvl'e and territory sei\ed by the local postoffce will not have cards Instructions of the depa tment to postmasteis is specific that the automobile opeiatoi s license blanks must 4,000,000 Auto Owners Made Down Payment of $50 By International News Service NEW YORK Feb 9--More than 4,000000 pei "ons in the United States pu-chased automobiles during 1938 making initial cash pny- ments of less than $50, according to a special committee report to the Amei lean Petroleum Industries During the past year approximately 7,697,000 automobiles weie sold in the United States Of these, about 30 per cent were new cars Pie iminary figuies indicate that about 85 per cent of the new cais were sold on the installment terms and although ro comprehensive figures aie available, the committee stated, it is believed most of the new purchases involved Httle or no initial outlay because of the large percentage of trade-ins Installment payments on new cars UNIONTOWN, Fob 0--A varied generally avei aged S50 a month ac- piogiam will mark the 28th annual cording to the National Association meeting o£ the Uniontown Motor' o £ Sales Finance Companies Club Monday evening February 13,1 In the case of used cars, the committee estimated that slightly more than half of them were sold with tiade-ins About 60 per cent of these cars weie financed the payments running about an average of $25 per rot be delivered to any addiess other than that listed on the fo'-m mailed out from Harrisburg Although the postorHre staff knows wheie many of these persons now reside the employes aie prohibited fiom making a deliveiy to the new abode It was iei.ea]ed that appioximately 1,300 recei-v ed in Connellsville showed incorrect addi esses and they were destroyed' It becomes imperative, theiefore, for operators of automobiles who have not leceived their blanks to immediately obtain neces^aiy forms, advising the depai tment of their new address Forms may be obtained at the PostoDice at Unjontown Country Club At 4 o'clock there will be a matinee at the country club for children of meribeis and the school boy patrol v,hile the yearly meeting will be conducted after the dinner scheduled for 6 30 o clock Addi esses will be made by John \ Rupp of Allentown, president of the Pennsylvania Motor Federation, end R B Maxwell of Harriiburg, State secretary. month, it was believed Dies In Canton Ohio. SOMERSET, Feb 9--Henry W Tidenbetg a former farmer of the Glencoe district, died Friday in Canton, Ohio. Valentine Day- February 14th Say It With FLOWERS from OGLEVEE SONS IXOBISTS Cut Flouers Designs 113 So. Pprh st, pjione 4:24 THE LEADER STORE LEARANCESALE EVERYTHING AT REDUCED PRICE Boys' Sweaters 47c Up to $1 00 values, bojV sweaters, round and V-neck styles, half zipper Ironts, wanted sizes and colors $1.95 Longies .17 St-ipes cheMOls and neat died patterns light and dark grounds uell tailored full cut biros from 12 to 18 rs Men's Sweaters $1.OO ?1 95 knit and brushed v^col sv. eaters, slip-on and coat style, some have zipper fronts broken stj les but all sizes m lot Dress Trousers Well tailored dress pants, neat checked or striped pattains Regulation style Sizes 30 to 44 Dress Gloves ?! 19 to $2 95 values, men's gloves, suedes, pigskins and capeskins, lined and unlined, black, brown, grey, tan AH wanted sizes 25c Oilcloth 14c 48 inch washable oilcloth, light and dark patterns, also plain patterns. 27 Inch Out-ing Flannel 3 yds. 25c 12 inch heavy quality outing flannel for diapers, gowns and rmny other uses White only $2.95 Chenille Colonial Bedspreads $1.76 Large double bed size well tufted chenille and reversiole colonial bedspreads, new patterns and colors 59c JJinen and Lace Scarfs 39c 36 inch and 45 inch linen or lace scar.Cs, lor bedroom or dining room, some have \anities to m^tch 29c Infants' Wear 5 for $1.00 Infants geitiudes, gowns and lomonas heavy quality outing with dainty trim and pink 01 blue shell stitchings Wool Gloves off From 39c to $139 values in wool gloves and mittens lor \\omen, misses and children, plain and fancy patterns, some gauntlet styles. All colors Sl-69 Nurses' Uniforms 89c Fine quality poplin or broadcloth unifoims, short and long sleeves, several attractive styles to choose from While and colors, slightly soiled Sizes 14 to 44 $2.93 Spring Dresses $1.89 Silk crepes, rayon prints and washable shantungs wide range of styles and colors, specially priced. Girls' Coats price $695 to $1395 nubby tueeds and heavy uool materials plain and fur tiimmed, warmly lined and interlined, some have hats and muffs to match Wanted sizes and colors j 98e Infants' Blankets 36x50 part wool infants' blankets, reversible nu. sery designs, sateen bound edges -pink and blue Friday and Saturday Elkhide WORK SHOES $1.98 Values. $1.08 Values DRESS OXFORDS $1.49 Up to DRESS OXFORDS Sale! Women's, Children's and Boys' Shoes Savings of 20% to 40% " February Clearance Entire Stock Reduced to l /z price Entve stock of plain and fur Irifnmed co^ts, including Sterling coats, reduced to half price All wanted colors, regular and half 'zes --THE LEADER--_ Leader Store 135 T\. CRAWTOBD AVENUE Former West Peun Terminal.

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