The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 17, 1939 · Page 8
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February 17, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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f A G E EIGHT, UA1L.Y CUUKIJM-t. L.DIS'NIULiljbV'lLiLfbi. PA. FLIIDAV, KEBKXJARY j.7, JW3». Roosevelt Ordered Aid To French Air Mission, Senate Probers Learn Nevada Moves To Continue As D i v o r c e Mill By United Press. WASHINGTON, Feb. 17--Secretary of Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Ji., told the Senate Military Affairs Committee Thursday that Govcin- ment aid to a Frencli air mission in purchasing American mihtnry pianos was given "at the request of the President." It was revealed that General Malm Craig, Army chief of staff, objected to the Government's part in the Fiench purchases on two grounds, but that he was overruled by "higher-ups." Senator Warren R. Austin, R., Vt., made the disclosure to newspapermen after Morgenthau and Secretary o£ War Harry H. Woodring appeared for the second time to 'testify in the committee's inquiry into presence of a French air mir.istery official aboard an experimental bombing plane that crashed recently on the Pacific coast. Austin said Morgenthau had agieed to have the committee make his previous testimony public with certain deletions. This testimony, Austin said, shows that Morgenthau was questioned vigorously by Senator Robert R. Reynolds, D., N. C., concerning the Terasury's part in the French negotiations. Many Real Estate Deals Recorded UN1ONTOWN. Feb. 17. -- Deeds recorded in the office of. Recorder Pat F. Hmes include: A. C. Hartwick to Dolly A. Moon, building. South Arch street, Connellsville, SI. Dennis Mahoney to Noa Mahoneyj home, 2 acres. Dunbar township, SI. J V. Thompson, guardian to Mary Ellen Buttermore, lot. Hogg plan, Connellsville, SI. Bertha Smith to Donna L. Smith, home, Arch street, Connellsville, SI. Mary A. McClintock to Henry Melzger, home. Fayettc street, Con- iH'li-villc. 53,500 H. A Mc'DermoU to H. P House, home, National Road, North Union lo'v.i.nip. SI,700 Jjrr.eb R. Gray et al to Steve Yan- nish, lot Puritan, German township, ?300. Mike Thomas to Paciflco Mangini, lot, Dunbar township, SI. Eliza J. James to Irene Witt, home, Ninth street, Connellsville, SI. Ruth L. Kincaid to Frank E. Marshall, lot, Buckeye street, Connellsville, $1. Matilda Kooser to Ella Baer et al, home, Patterson avenue, Connellsville, SI. Glenn A. Cadwallader to Frank E. Markell, two lots, Oak street, Connellsville, SI. Ralph Bui-kett to Homer R. Widdowson, tract, Bullskm township, $1 Emma J. Long et al to City of Connellsvillc. two lots, McClelland P)nn, ConnellsviUc, 51. Clara McDowell to W. Ray Haggerty, lot, Taft avenue, North Union township, SI. Altha D. Powell to Glenn H. Craw- lord, % acre, Perry township, SI. Mabel D. Reynolds to North Union School District, lot, North Union township, $1. John Novak et al to Fred Meese, home, Brazncll, Redstone township, il John E. Kuhns to Herman Hamel, tract, Bullskin township, $3,000. John Flora to Harry Hart, lot, South Connellsville, $150. Hungarian Premier Spring Repairs Are done much easier with good tools that you can iioiv l)iij' at new low prices. We carry the Jiest known brands, such as: Stanley Planes $1.75 Up. Germanrown Hammers Hatchets $1.25 Disston Keystone Saws as low as $1.25 Real steel that you can sharpen. Drhcr Power Tools,. jX'uils of Any Size. Check Your Hardware Store for Eeal Values! LOUCKS HARDWARE GO. 135. Quality Service Count Paul Telefci Following resignation of Bcla Imredy as premier of Hungary because he discovered his grandmother was Jewish, Count Paul Teleki was requested to form a new cabinet. He is former minister of agriculture. (Central Press} Fine Records Made By Sunday Schools In Districl No. 10 OHIOPYLE, Feb 17.--The pre- Easter Sunday school attendance campaign is progressing in District No. 10. The Sugar Loaf Sunday- School and the Kentuck Union arc closed during the winter months, but plan to reopen April 1. Meadow Hun Methodist Sunday School gave no report. The other schools show: Hickman Chapel. Mrs. Hairy Holt, superintendent, attendance 69, enrollment 36, percentage 192. Brethien Church, Bear Run, L,. M. Hay, superintendent, attendance 17, enrollment 16, percentage 107. Ohiopyle Baptist, W. B. Jackson, superintendent, attendance 49, enrollment 60, percentage 82 Ohiopyle Methodist, J. T. Wood- money, superintendent, attendance 69, enrollment 109, percentage 64. Oak Grove, Mrs. Leah Bryner, superintendent, attendance 55, enrollment 70, percentage 79. Personals. Mrs. William J. Holt, Jr., and son Richard have returned home from a visit at Rochester with the former's sister, IVIrs. James Palmer and family. Mis. Beeson Shipley and son Elmer of Confluence attended the funeral of Crayton Shipley at the Ohiopyle Baptist Church Sunday afternoon. May Drop Divorce Suit. NEW YORK, Feb. 17.--Reports ol a possible reconciliation between Fred Perry, the tennis star, and Helen Vinson, his actress wife, \vere revived with news they were seen together. Miss Vinson sued lor Jivorce in Los Angeles last December, charging cruelty. By ERNEST FOSTER , United Press Stnfl Correspondent. I CARSON CITY, Nov., Feb. 17.-- I Nevada's competition with Montana as nn easy divorce mecca reached its limit today with possibly one "ace ri the hole" to protect its estimated $4,750,000 annual Uade from "unhappy touusts." ^Lawmakeis balked U cutting the Nevada six weeks residence requirement for divorce lo the 30-day period approved by Montana's Legislature yesterday. Instead, tuo uil'tb sent lo Cove; nor E. P. Carville £01 signing would: Grant c Nevada divorce after three yca*s of the applicant's continuous separation, instead of five ycais, and would permit trial judges, lo detcimine alimony and piopeity settlements. The pending "oce jn the hole" would strike the words "extreme cruelty" as giounds for divoice, and permit substitution ol the word "incompatibility." Lawyers believed "ciuelty" giated harshly on the EMI s of effete, wealthy easterners who contemplated breaking up housekeeping. Opposition to a 30-day dnoice in Nevada came from propnetois of hotels and dude ranches, which do a thriving resort business. Assemblyman Ray Germain said that lawyci.s 1 v. ould benefit by quicker divotces but that businessmen would suffer. Majority Floor Leader John Oldham warned: ''We'll have to stop somewhere. If u'e don't we'll be down to three- day residence, or be giving mail order divorces which w o n t bring any revenue to the slate " Most leg";Iators believed that Nevada's warmer climate, gambling and dude ranch facilities would offset Montana's offers. But Montana, too, was planning alti actions other than the quickest divorces obtainable to luie visitors. It was presumed that Butte, where gambling ahcady is comparatively wide open, would be offered as Montana's "Reno." Theie was n bill to legalize gambling throughout Mon- tnna, and another to spend 525,000 advertising the stale. Montana lawmakers called attention to their dude ranches, in tnc "real" ranch country, and accessibility to Yellowstone and Glacier National paiks. Montana believed it had the edge on scenic beauty to console persons waiting a month for a divorce. Representative Sherman W. Smith, author of the Montana divorce bill, predicted a "new prosperity" lor his state. Oil Reserves Reduced. NEW YORK, Feb. 17.--The world's known oil reserves were pictured as good for only 15 years more at the present :ate of consumption. V. R Grafias and K. V. Whetsel o£ Cities Service Company told the Amei ican Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers that the world's present proven reserves wele estimated to contain 30,900,000,000 barrels ol oil. Fine Wool Pants Sale Priced $0.95 Better choose several pairs at this sensatioti- al sale price! Values like these can't last long! Slacks and conservative styles . . . nigh waisted models with zipper pockets . . . 22 inch bottoms . . . . hard finished worsteds and other smart fabrics ... choice of new spring patterns including chalk stripes and plaids. All sizes. SUITS, O'COATS TOPCOATS 10 $22.50 to S35 Values 20 IV. Crawford Avenue. Phone 42. OUTMAN'S Break Forth in the Spring Feel With Something NEW! it's SUITS for Spring! %.9S If you like tailored tnmncss we have the mannish suit for you in n a v \ , grey and black. Then there's tlic two piece boxy coat suit tor you who like more feminine modes COATS for Springtime Drcs,s,j, casual .,,- » -- _, and a . P O ' / S l f L U K modes m nub- |y. jf tj b y f a b r i c s , tweeds, camel hair, royal lus- tre. Rich colors. Misses Cherry us f l i c t't roliblns c h i r r u p are these PRE-EASTER 'Charmode" Dresses $10.95 / Weeks To Swing along into Spring . . . hi a topnotch style dre=s. Shades that lead the color parade. For juniors, misses, wom- ·*U. Dresses that Sparkle $5.95 Prints, polka dots, glowing solid colors. Get the feel of Spring in one'. CLUB S A L E of New COATS, DRESSES AND SUITS Buy Now with a SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Pay Balance .. Enjoy this easy way of buying your Easter Outfit! Select your costume now, make a clown payment --and we'll liold it for you until the balance is paid! Jake Spring's First fling in RED CROSS SHOES SI vies The PICCADILLY The ROSETTE The first members ot our family of Red Cross Spring Shoes. The Piccadilly in navy and japonica: the Rosette in navy; and the Petite, a T strap (not illustrated) in navy. Children will love The "Sing-a-Song Player Book" $1.00 Mow they can play the songs they love to sing! Sixteen songs familiar to every child, with xylophone and instructions for playing each song! You could call them "Grab" Bags $1.59 . . . because tbey are so large and roomy . . . . because they're easy to "grab" and carry with chic. Designed in Spring 1939 modes. In japonica, cranberry, Persian blue, black There's flattery in the new Hattery $1.95 Dress-up hats that are utterly bewitching in charm and gaiety. Tailored modes -with a snappy air. In felt, straw, fabric. Choice of colors. For the First Time Mesh Hose at 59c!! llesh hose now at a price easy on your budget! Sheer and ringless--in these new shades: Charmant, Brisk, Apres Midi, Golden Dawiv. If you've never worn mesh, trv them now! New Pure Silk Tailored SHIRTS $1.98 JrOJTOGrlUMIEJ) I'KKE! The bossom friend of skirts! Seu the colors -dusty pink, aqua, fuchsia, cyclamen rose, maize, tan powder blue, navy, and othets. An opportunity to buy $1.49 Value Men's Pajamas $1.00 i'OK .JOST I£ you're wise you'll ahop to see these values! Xot everyday values . . so you had best get a supply right away! Middy and notch collar coat styles in stripes and figures. 36 to 46 sizes. High Style at home . . . . Printed Cotton Housecoat Zipper and wraparound styles in 14 to 44 sizes. 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