The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 27, 1938 · Page 12
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January 27, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVE THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLE, PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1033; Westmoreland Finances Good; MayCufMillage GREENSBURG, Jan. 27.--WcslV morclnnd county's government started ofT its new fiscal year with t!nf largest cash balance in history, S498,-; 378.5-1. Controller Leonard B. Keck: announced in his annual report. The cash balance as the year 1837 started was $368,210.52 and the preceding January $113,-165.91. In view of the condition of the treasury, the controller said he had recommended to the commissioners that the tax levy be reduced two mills, from nine and a half to seven and a half. Everson EVERSON, Jan. 27.--Miss Marie Whaley, a patient at the Connellsville State Hospital, is getting along nicely and expects to return to her home soon. Misses Mary and Anna Byrne of Brown street were recent business visitors to Conaellsville. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Morrison and children of ConncllsviHe wore recent visitors with the Matter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brodigan of Brown street. Miss Margarqt Connors, a student nurse at Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant,' was a recent visitor with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Connors, of South Everson. Mrs. Connors has been on the'sick list for some time but is getting along nicely at present. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walak of Graft street spent Monday at Frick Memorial Hospital visiting their daughter, Miss Stella, who is a patient there after an operation last week. She is getting along as well as can be cxpctccd. For Bronchitis- Tough Old Coughs It'« different--It's faster in action--It's compounded on superior, medical fact findings new In this country* BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE (triple actinfi) Is the name of thl* prescription that "acts like a Hash"--It's really wonderful to watch how speedily hard, lingering colds arc put out of business, JUght nwa^ that tightness begins to loosen up--coughing ceases--bronchial * passages clear--you'ro on your toes again--happy and breathing easier. Get BUCKLEY'S today at any first- class drug store--a single sip tells why Buckley's out-sells all other Couch and Cold remedies In cold-wintry Canada Advertisement. Bridge /at Niagara Falls Crumpled by Ice Jam Marklefon Men Held In Killing of Dog SOMERSET, Jan. 27. -- Charles Mitchell, 22, and Dewey Shaffer, 39, both of Markleton, were held for court by Justice of the Peace W. F. Sembowcr of Rockwood on a chargu of unlawfully killing a licensed dog. On another charge of violating the game laws, Mitchell was given 40 days in the county jail and Shaffer ordered to jail for GO days in default of fine and costs. Mitchell was picked up by police who said he implicated Shaffer in the killing of the dog and violation of the game laws. Mitchell, according to ofllccrs, said the dog was killed because it was running a deer. Falls Vloir bridge crushed 'by Ice While thousands of awe-struck spectators lined both banks of the Niagara river, a 100-foot Ico jam, crunching and groaning, slowly crushed the Falls View bridge, shown above, at a previous ico Jain, Into a mass of twisted steel. The International bridge, which also links the "U. S. and Canada, also was threatened as was the historic "Cave o' the Winds" elevator. PICK AND SHOVEL CREW BATTLES BIG ICE WALL TO SAVE FAMOUS BRIDGE Confluence CONFLUENCE, Jan. 27.--Mrs. Frank Kurtz has returned from several weeks' visit with her brothers, Russel, Lloyd and Charles Gerhard, in Ellwood City. F. R. Havner was a recent visitor with relatives in Connellsville. Miss Myrtle Hopwood, a teacher in the Hooversvillc schools, was a recent visitor with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Hopwood. Word received from Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mountain state they have arrived in St. Petersburg, Fla., after visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. Wells in Everett and son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. W. Scott Mountain at Gettysburg. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gerhard and daughter, Betty, of Ellwood City were recent visitors wilh the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gerhard. Misses Agnes Straka and Francss Ministers Brand President's Balls As "Demoralizing' CLOVIS! N. M., Jan. 27.--Until dancing is' eliminated from the annual President's birthday balls, the Clovis Ministerial Alliance intends to regard the whole business as "demoralizing." Declaring the annual affair "one of the greatest demoralizing influences the churches have to combat," the alliance added: "At such times as this movement shall be launched upon a higher moral basis, we shall be happy to Join." Shipman and Scott Smith were recent visitors with friends in Cumberland. Mrs. T. H. Edgar is slowly improving from a long siege of illness. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson and baby from Ohiopylc were recent visitors with the lattcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gerhard. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson and three children of Scottdale were over Sunday visitors with Mrs. Peterson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bird. Miss Elaine Boughner of Washington was a visitor over Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Boughner. Dr. T. G. Hicks superintendent of the Monongahela District of the Methodist Episcopal Church, preached here Sunday morning and conducted the first quarterly conference at the close of the service. Mr. and.Mrs.'j. F. May were Sunday visitors with their daughter, Hazel, a nurse in Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh. Grand Jliry, Wife Pastor as Foreman, I Rebukes Evangelist SOMERSET, Jan. 27.--Rev. Maiy H. Ellis of Philadelphia, vice-crusading evangelist, met a rebuke at the hands of the Somerset ccunty grand jury of which Rev. J. S. Shannon of Confluence was foreman when that body assessed her as prosccutrbe with costs in two cases in which she charged obscenity. Rev. Ellis made the information against A. Harry Adlcr with obscenity in connection with sale of vihat she alleged were indecent and lewd magazines in Somerset and Windber stores. The grand jury returned ignoramuses and assessed the woman evangelist the costs of more than $70. Continued from Page One. and caused engineers and representatives of the International Railway Company, bridge owner, to be optimistic. Walter 'McCausland, spokesman for the company, said that a favorable shift irt ( the wind and the workers' efforts had lessened the pressure against the abutments. He directed emergency crews, which sought to bolster the span's sagging framework and build a protective "crib" around the concrete bases. It had been felt that the 1,200- foot span must crumble, so terrific was the pressure. Stocl girders,-built by man, had given way before the torces f ot nature. Thousands of persons watched tiom the Canadain and United States shores as the bridge swayed precariously. Noises like cannon accompanied ®- GEE.MAR.Y, WHAT* HAPPENED YOUR COLD the snapping of a section of the arch on the American side. Still the ice continued to mount higher and push forward. It was the worst ice jam in Niagara's history, and was caused when huge cakes were carried over the falls after being washed downstream from Lake Eric through the upper river by high winds. The flow was halted yesterday afternoon by a shift in wind and a drop in temperature, but last night fresh winds sent more cakes tumbling over the falls into the river below. Falls View bridge has been popular with honcymooncrs because it provided the best view of both the Canadian and American /.ills. The famous International Bridge is a mile below flu Still farther down the river is a third bridge linking the two countries. 301 N. 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Begular $5.00 'Sweet-Orr' Corduroy PANTS $3-75 si.oo "SPAIDE" Deluxe Work SHIRTS To $1.45 Values SCARFS $2.95 Scarfs $1.00 To $-1.00 Values DRESS PANTS Stripes, checks and plaids. $1.75 Grades PANTS BROKEN LOTS MichaeLs-Stern. and Timely S U I T S $ $35 and $37.50 Grades Broken Lots! Goldcresl Broken Lots! Goldcrest SUiTS COATS $22.50 to S2S.50 « Values _ _.. O SUITS GOATS Up lo $21.50 Values BOY'S LONG PANTS SUITS 14 suits in the group. All with 2 pairs of long pants. Sizes 13 to 16. Regularly $12.50 to ?15.00 --Now » . .00 $1.85 to 82.45 SWEATERS j $1.65 To $5.00 Values Manhattan HATS :trc Silk Wool HOSE Jteguiar $1.50 UNION SUITS $1.15 DUOFOLD UNION SUITS No. 622, was $5.00, now $4.45 No. 427, was $4.50, now $3.85 No. 302, was $3.50, now $2.85 Regular $1.00 UNION SUITS Discontinued Styles Only! HATS STETSON $5-95 Choice of Stock Wool Lined GLOVES regardless of price $1.00 Daily Courier Want Ads are so effective, results so fost, that many ads are killed after a single insertion. Save yourself time, trouble and money - Use the Want Ads regularly. If There Is Something You Would Buy or Sell-Call 12 and Ask for an Ad-Taker!

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