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February 10, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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l-'OIDAY, FEBRUARY 10,-1933. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVILLE, PAGE FIVE. Pink Elephant No Longer Bogey Man" of Tremens; Survey Shows Him Ousted BOSTON, Feb. 10.--The pink elephant no longer is the big shot in the parade of animals "seen" by the alcoholic in (he throes of delerium Iremcns. It's gradually being ousted from its throne on the bedpost by dogs and snakes--and an occasional whale and hippopotamus. Dr. John. B. Dynes of Boston, ·writing in the New England Journal o£ Medicine on a survey o£ alcoholic patients at the Psychopathic Hospital said only lour out of 57 patients with hallucinations reported seeing elephants truckin' on the bedclothes-and only one of them swore his pachyderm was a delicate shade of in that order among subjects interrogated, while two patients said they saw a whale and a hippotomaus, respectively. (Cross their hearts and pink. Dogs, insects, snakes, birds, cats, .lions, tigers, and rodents led Uie field in that order among subjects jnterro- ! gated, ' " ' | sa I r e I hope to die). j Nino apparently couldn't make up j their minds whether the critter making eyes at them was the Loch Ness . monster or the Provincetown sea j serpent, so Dr. Dynes catalogued their ; visions as "animals not specified," ' Still others, while untroubled by animals, reported they were being chased by what, to them, was just as bad--the police. Feeling of Loneliness in Big City Given Cause of Insanity By International News Service. NEW YORK, Feb. 10.--That feeling of loneliness in big cities is one of the causes of insanity. Dr. H. E, L. Faris and Dr. H. W. Dunham revealed in a treatise from the University of Chicago. Attempting to discover how environment precipitates attacks of schizophrenia, manic deprcssiveness a .d other forms of mental disease, the doctors studied patients in various parts of Chicago, an example of a large city, and in Providence, R. 1., as an example of the smaller urban community. The general result of these surveys, according to the investigators, is that "urban areas, characterized by high rates of social disorganizations, are also those with high rates of mental diseases." Especially for the patients of schizophrenia, also known as dementia praecox. the most serious and widespread type of insanity, the important factor is the lack of adequate social contacts. Springfield Meets Hornets Tomorrow PITTSBURGH, Feb. lO.-Jimmy Orlando and Joe Lamb, former Hornets, lead the Springfield Indians into Duquesne Gardens Saturday night for their final league game of the present season with the Pittsburgh . Hornets. The Pittsburghers have ·won three and lost two of the games played between the teams this season and hold a margin of 21 goals to 17 against the New Englanders. Hershey, with seven former Hornets on its roster will play at the Garden 'Wednesday night, February 15. Moore, Klein, Roulston, Wally Kilrea, Droulliard, Mackie are among the last year's Hornets who now play for Hershey. Saturday night's game will start at 8:30 o'lok. "Gin MarrJaffe" Law Passed. · OLYMPIA, Wash., F,eb. 10.--After rejecting a proposal to incorporate a provision to outlaw inter-racial marriages, the State Senate approved unanimously a "gin mariage" law to require three days notice before Issuance of licenses. ' , ' Re-Opens Fight ObcrEn M. Carter Although 82, Oberlin M. Carter, snapped in Chicago, opens new fight to clear his name of stain placed thereon by court-martial that cashiered him from array in 189S and sentenced him to five years in prison. Carter, a captain in the engineei corps, was accused of conspiracy in swarding 1 contracts in harbor improvement at Savanrah, Ga, (Central Press), Unemployment Checks in Area Exceed $4,700 Unemployment c o m p e n s a t i o n checks distributed through the Connellsville district, office during the wee ending January 20 totalled 39C and aggregated $4,740.35, it was announced in Harrisburg by the Department of Labor Industry's division of unemployment compensation and employment service. During the week of January 13 there were 612 checks amounting to $7,085.55. Claims filed through the local ch's- trict office included: January 20 -- Original, 25; continued. 714; January 13 -- Original 25; continued 754, and January 6 -- Original, 26; continued, 738. Payments in District 9 of which Connellsville is a part totalled S77,- 990.75 for the week of January 13, represented by 7,050 checks, and 591,557.05 for Ihe week of January 20, represented by 7,629 checks. Other ofl:ce disbursements the week of January 20 included: Charleroi, 55,312.40. Greensburg, $6,721.80. Jeannette, $5,489.75. Latrobc, $6,169.55. Monessen, $10,317.10. ' Unioatown, $7,791.90. Waynesburg, S1,827.G5. Washington, $17,185.60. Somerset, ST.5G6.35. More tJ^an a million dollars in jobless benefits were distributed to qualified Pennsylvania workers during the week ending January 20 nr.d close tp a million and a quarter dollars during the week ending January 31, Executive Director Ernest Kelly said- at Harrisburg: "As of January 25, a grand total of 6,776,108 unemployment compensation checks were issued with a value of ·$75,6fi5;404," Mr. Kelly stated. "The average check was $13.27." Original claims filed during the week ending January 20 totalled tj,- 958 and 8,713 original claims were listed during the preceding weak. Disbursements for the week of January 20 were 99,640 checks, amounting to $1,102,136, while 114,540 checks, amounting to $1,247,348, were issued the preceding week. Town Keeps Police Chief Revealed As Pardoned Convief GLENDALE, Cal., Feb. 10.-- A I pardoned Oklahoma convict kept his job as chief of police of Glendale while townsfolk, undismayed by the exposure of his past, voted-confidence in him anew. With no apologies, white-haired Vernon B. Brown admitted he had served 11 months in prison in 1925 lor embezzlement and was pardoned. Will Probated. - GREENSBURG, Feb. 10.--Will of John W. Reynolds, late oJ East Huntingdon township, was probated here. The estate is valued at $3,800 and Hettie Reynolds and Harris A. Reynolds are executors. A life interest has been willed to Hettie Reynolds and at her death the estate shall pass in equal shares to Michael H! Reynolds, Harriet H. Kelly and Harris A. Reynolds. ' Nursemaid Falls in Love. · CHICAGO, Feb. 10.--Vivians Allenby, pretty 15-year-old New York girl who ran away from a nursing career to become-a nursemaid for a Chicago family, said she had acquired a "mother's love" for the three children in her charge 'and would not resume her hospital training course for some time. Chinn s Weekly Specials 3 Fly Koofinff, 55 Ib. roll $1.20 4 PJy KooOnff, 65 Ib. roll 52.00 80 Rod Heavy Barb Wire ?3.00 80 Eoa Light Barb Wire $2.25 Galvanized Staples, 4 Ibs. ..25c Galvanized Roofing Nails, 3 Ibs 25c 8 to 60 P. Nails, kcs S3.40 Large Sfeel Wagous 52.90 Steel Dump TOieelbarrows §4.00 Wood Side Wheelbarrows $5.00 50 Ib. Lard Cans 45c 100 Ib. Flour Cans S2.25 50 Ib. Flour Cans S3 .SO 2 Lid Gas Ovens S2.25 3 Lid Gas Ovens 54.25 Clollics Tins, box of 4fl 7e Clothes Lines, 100 ft 50c No. 3 Galvanized Tubs ..82c No. 2 Galvanised Tubs 72c No. 1 Galvanized Tubs C2c Gas Hose, red, per foot Sc Lead Connections, 18-in., S5e V--in. Galvanized Pipe, ft. ,.7c ?i-ln. Galvanized Pipe, ft. .9c IW-in. Galvanized Pipe, ft. 14c Lavatory, complete S12.50\| Toilet Set, complete $14.50 42-in. Sink, back and draining 1 board .complete to floor $22.50 30 Gal. Wafer Boilers - 57.50 Single Coil Heaters S5.00 10-eit. Galvanized fails ...22c Approved Sanitary Milk Tails 52.00 Main Street Becomes Main Stream in Mountain City A general view of Main Street in Middlcsboro, Ky., as mountain streams I reported from ar!a from tha Cutnberlands became ragTOj: torrents.' Much damasre has been I from the south. adjacent to tributaries flowing into the Ohio Rivei (Central Press J* King and Queen for Spain? Holt Assails Roosevelt. WASHINGTON, Feb. 10.--Senator Holt, D., West Virginia, opposing the President's request for additional relief funds, asked: "Why didn't he think of the ones now in need when he knew those not in need were being added to the WPA rotis for election purposes and were taking money that would help the needy?" To Honor \V. C. T. U. Founder. EVANSTON, III., Fgb. 10.--Widespread resources of the WomanTe Christian Temperance Union will be mobilized February 17 to 24 to finance an intensified drive on dope, disease and drink when Frances E. Willard, 19th century leader, will be honored by more than 10,000 local units. Dancer's Wife Divorced, HOLLYWOOD, Feb.. 10.--Charging that her husband, George Dias Vicira, Jr., a dancer, had been seen LAST RITES HELD FOR J. B. EARLY The funeral for John B. Early of Normalville was held Friday afternoon with a prayer at the home followed by a service at the United Brethren Church with Rev. William J. Ritchey officiating. - Burial was made in the church cemetery. Hymns by Mrs. Leland S. Whipkey and Ross Showman included the following: "The Old Rugged Cross," "No Disappointment in Heaven," "When Jesus Beckons Me Home" and "Sometime We'll Understand." Pallbearers were Raymond Johnson, Harold Johnson, W. E. Wiltrout, Ralph Hart, Ross Showman and Frank Showman. in night clubs in the company of Marjorie Keeler, sister of Film Actress Ruby Keeler, won a divorce for Mrs. Katherine P. Vieira. Federal State Inspections Of Guard M'arch 13 Monday, March 13, is the clsflc of the annual joint Federal and State inspections of Connellsville's two units of the Pennsylvania National Guard. Personnels of the Howitzer Company, commanded by Captain Norman A. Browell, and the Medical Detachment, commanded by Captain Orland F. Leighty, are going through their paces, getting themselves in stride for the annual inspections. National Forensic League Makes Plans for District Meets The schedule of district tourna- menU of the National Forensic League has been drafted. March 10 and 11 are the dates of the district student congress, April 1 and 4 the district speech contests and April 22 and 24 the district debate 'tournament. All o£ these events are to be held at California State Teachers College. To Ignore Franco. \VASHINGTON, Feb. 10. -- The .United States will decline to recognize the Franco regime in Spain so long as Italian troops and German bombing squadrons remain in occupation oJ Spanish soil, International News Service was informed on high authority. Nine Reporters Threatened.' , SHANGHAI, Feb. 10.--International Settlement police .are investigating a letter threatening death to nine foreign newspapermen who have been considered by Shanghai residents to be pro-Chinese. Army Official to Speak. Colonel William C. Ganoe, chief o£ staff, 99th. Division, United States Army, will be the principal speaker at a National ' defense rally in, the courthouse at Uniontown on February 21. Don Juan of Bourbon And inf« I .Don Juan, third son of former Kins AJfonso of Spain, may become Kins; f cf Spain under Gctioralissimo Francisco Franco, according to Oeticn H. Hammond, former U. S. ambassador to Spain. 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