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February 5, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVILLB, PA. PAGE FIVE PERSONAL MENTION Miss Annnbelle Sherrick of East Fairview avenue, clerk on the main floor of Troutman's store for the last five years, has tendered her resignation to take effect Saturday. Miss Sherrick will enter Miss Conley's Secretarial School, Pittsburgh, Monday morning. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement--9oct-tf. David Hetrick, employed at Ear- berton, Ohio, arrived home Friday evening to spend over the week-end with his parents, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Hetrick, of East Patterson avenue. The Kiwanis Club will hold a card party, "500," contract and auction bridge, Tuesday, February 8th, to Kiwanis Club Rooms. Prizes, door prize, lunch. Admission 50c.--Ad- vertisement.--2fcb-6t. Mrs. Otis R. Carpenter of Barberton, Ohio, was called here by the illness of her brother, Alex B. Hood, of Isabella road. We carry a complete line of valen- ·tines for every member of the family. Also Bunte's Valentine Chocolates, at Kcstner's Book Store, 125 West Apple street.--Advertisement. --3feb-3t. Mrs.'Paul Swcitzer of Johnstown, formerly of Connellsville, is visiting at the home of her parents-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Swcitzer, of Washington, D. C. She was called there by the illness of Mr. Swcitzer, who underwent a serious operation at the Garflcld Hospital. He is getting along nicely. Mrs. Sweitzer Is the former Miss Margaret Gcmas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gemas of North Eighth street, West Side. Take advantage of our annual February specials in quality dry cleaning. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertisement.--3feb-3t. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gaal of Dawson have as their guest the Jatter's brother, M. G. Graslnger of Youngstown, Ohio. Mrs. T. A. Mclrityre of Leckrone, sister of Mrs. Gaal and Mr. Grasingcr, spent Friday afternoon at the Gaal home. Mrs. Gaal and Mr. Grnsinger visited their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hnsson, of the West Side Thursday night. "500" and bingo, P. H. C. Hall, Saturday night, 8:30. Door prize, lunch. Admission 25c.--Advertise- ment.--4fcb-2t. . Miss Grace Younkin, a student at Hood College, Frederick, Md., Is spending the mid-semester vacation at her home in West Peach street. Her sister, Miss Ann Younkin, who attends the same college, is attending a house party at the horns of a school friend at Gettysburg. The Misses Younkin are daughters of Mayor and Mrs. Ira D. Younkin. Heart shape valentine boxes Martha Washington Candy. Belvldere Candy Shop.--Advertisement--4-ltx Mrs. Catherine Bell of Church street, Dunbar, who has been ill for the past four months, Is showing improvement. . Nick.Bell o'f Church street, Dunbar, and Joseph Pctrilla of North Pittsburg street were business callers In PHtsburg Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Corkran and daughters, Miss; Kathryn and Laura and two sons, Paul and Billy, of Scottdalc 'spent Thursday evcninf with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Roberts ol Witter avenue. Mrs. Oliver P. Moscr of Pittsburgh returned home Friday morning after visiting over Thursday night with her sister, Mrs. Nell Getchcll, of Eas Cedar avenue. Mrs. William Howells of Blairs- villc, who was Miss Dorothy Marietta, is visiting her parents, Mr. nnc Mrs. George A. Marietta of Edna street, for a few days. Mrs. Clyde S. Campbell of Race street, who underwent an operation at the West Penn Hospital. Pittsburgh, continues to improve. She · expects to return home the first of the week. Mrs. George Fuehrer, Jr., anc daughter, Martha Belle, of Morrell avenue are visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Joseph iVhiteman, o! Boston, Pa. Mrs. Mae Ryan and sons, David Robert and Edward, and daughters Marie and Joan, have returned to their home at Statcn Island, N. Y. Miss Virginia Duggan employed in the Federal parole office in Pittsburgh, Is spending the week-end a her horce in South Pittsburgh street Aunt Met By ROBERT QUILLEN "It would have surprised me If Adam and Eve hadn't fell: They had mighty little chance to stay good without any neighbors to watch 'em." Grim Reaper Charges Fake Agent Stripped Girls in Office JOSEPH IIARHAGER ' MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 5.-- oseph Harhagcr, 50 years old, a baker, died Friday evening at 7 I'clock at his home in West Wash- ngton avenue after a short illness. Ic is survived by the following jrothers and sisters: Mrs. John frees ol Jeannettc, Mrs. Lois Jandemer of Iron Bridge, Frank Harhager of Eric and Edward Harhagcr if Mount Pleasant. The funeral mass will be held Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Joseph's Church with Rev. Philip Dugan, pastor, as celebrant. Burial will be iri the church cemetery. Continued from Page One. were being photographed, Crosby said. The girls were among the hundreds of young beauties who live in Hollywood with the hope and remote prospect of getting jobs in the movies. Crosby said the man obtained the girls' names from photographers to whom he applied for attractive young "unknowns" who might be.trained for screen and movie work. The man Crosby named came to Hollywood from Chicago and at first tried to affiliate with Crosby's agency. Larry Crosby manages Bins Crosby's financial aflairs and also operates a publicity and promotional bureau. He once was reputed to have had John Montague, the golfing sensation, under a contract that was to gross him $1,000,000. Crosby said he rejected the Chicago m;n's oflcr and the man thereupon opened offices of his own. "Mothers of young girls began complaining to me, asking me what kind of an agency we were running," Crosby said. He questioned the mothers and vas told that their daughters had icon mistreated. "I then decided it was a matter for he sheriff's office," he explained. The crooner's brother said he had made an angry visit to the impostor's fllccs. This occurred after the mothers' complaints began. lie hrcatcned the agent, Crosby said, ut the only result was that the of- iccs were moved. Captain Contreras, in addition to ordering the agent in for qucstion- ng, assigned Deputies Walter Wood and Dick Crcsap to check up on the ;irls who supposedly vi-,Uod the offices. He also ordered tlis missing persons list checked. "* Six Changes in Teacher Tenure Law Suggested By State School Directors McCORMICK FUNERAL The funeral service for Paul Wancr VIcCormick, 20 months old, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Otis D. McCormick of jCisenrlng No. 1, who died Friday morning, in Connellsville Stato Hospital ot pneumonia, will be held Sunday afternoon. Burial will be in Pleasant View Cemetery. The namesake of the star outfielder of the Pittsburgh Pirates (Paul Waner) is survived by his parents, two brothers, Mclvin and William, and two sisters, Mildred and Ida Lillian. Troop 5 Officers Speak At Brownsville School 1MRS. MORRIS' FUNERAL The funeral lor Mrs. Mary Trump Morris, widow of Joseph Morris, will be held Monday afternoon. A prayer at the Rcldmoro home at 2:30 o'clock will be followed by a service at the First United Brethren Church at 3 o'clock with Rev. E. A. Schultz, pastor, officiating. Interment will be In Chestnut Hill Cemetery. 'MRS. HARRIGAN'S FUNERAL The funeral for Mrs. P. J. Harrlgan of East Cedar avenue will be held Monday morning. Following a prayer at the home, requiem high mass will be celebrated at Immaculate Conception Church with Rev. Henry Gcibel as celebrant. Interment will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. HOWARTH FUNERAL The funeral service for William H Howarth, retired Stato mine Inspector who died in Florida, will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Ross Funeral home at Brownsville. Pennsville PENNSVILLE, Feb. 5.--Mrs. Ella Kuhns who has been with Miss Sue Means for the past four months has returned to her home at Champion Buddy Heck, son of Mr. and Mrs Hayes Heck, who has been ill with grip during the past two weeks is now able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grassland and son of South Connellsville were Sunday afternoon caljers here. Coriene Clark, daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. C. Clark, has been il with rheumatism for the past several weeks. Mrs. Louise Blosscr, formerly o Uniontown, is the guest of Miss Sue Means. Miss Duggan Is a daughter of At torhey and Mrs. John Duggan, Jr. Paramount Theatre TODAY ONLY BOB A REPUBLIC RELEASE Chapter 1'ive "WILD WEST DAYS" with Johnny Hack Brown By United Press. HARRISBURG, Feb. 5.--The Pennsylvania School Directors Association was on record today as strongly opposed to the Teachers Tenure Act as passed by the 1937 Legislature and upheld constitutionally this week by the State Supreme Court. Herbert J. Stockton, Johnstown, rcclectcd president^ of the association before adjournment of its 43rd annual convention Thursday termed tJie net /'educationally unsound" con-, tending that it "blankets good, bud ind/indifferent teachers." · / Resolutions adopted in the legislative committee report recommended numerous changes to the law which ill be sought in future legislative session. / ; Among the changes suggested wcre: 1. Creation of a three-year proa-ministration will ask a group tionary period for newly appointed'. economists to work with government professional employes before receiving benefits from the law. 2. Withholding benefits until teachers prove ability to improve professionally by taking at least six Scoutmaster Ralph F. SliKcr of Troop No. 5, Boy Scouts, accompanied by six officers, Clarence Yaw Slmer Raudman, Jr., Frank Kane Grant Buttcrmorc, James Rush ant Jenry McRobbie, Jr., attended the Scoutmasters' Training School being conducted at Brownsville and gave brief talks Thursday. Each of the officers told of his duties in connection with the troop Scoutmaster Sligcr followed with ; summary of these duties and th manner in which they should be applied. Scout Executive Ben Watson of Greene county gave an interesting talk on "Troop Organization." Continue Tuberculin Tests. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 5--Tuberculin testing of students in the county schools will be conducted unti Tcbruary 17, County Health Director J. G. Hcmington said today. Day at Capital As Interpreted By David Lawrence Continued from Page Four, with profits and able to moot payrolls out of imaginary surpluses tot indefinite periods of time. What the events of the last few days prove is that the small businesses are discontented over the present economic situation and that they hold the Administration responsible. The suggestions made for revision of tax and labor laws arc but a symptom of the feeling .that too much law-making has interfered with economic evolution. Certainly, to determine what has 'to be done, there need be no more I mass meetings.. Some day, the Ad- · proba-| ministration will ask a group of economists and furnish their advice to members of the Government, the credits at an approved institution of professional work every three years until they have received their master's, degree or its equivalent. 3. Provision to permit school districts to.formulato their own policies regarding married female teachers. 4. Incorporation of insubordina- *ion causes for dismissal. 5. Granting power to boards to determine whether a teacher's service should be tcrmincd at 62 years to the compulsory retirement age of 10. 6.. Power for school boards, upon recommendation of county or district superintendent to abolish or reduce the teaching staff In the interest of economy; In cases where enrollment has decreased courses and study discontinued, and where teachers arc not certified properly to landle the work. In addition to these recommendations -for changes of the law, the legislative committee suggested that provisions should be made for exemption of school director candidates from provisions of the bipartisan law, physical examination for all public school employes, a general increase of State aid to local school districts, and amendments to the larger unit act. Othvr resolutions recommended the following: Appointment of a school board member of the State Council of Education; greater financial support for vocational education, which will be expanded because of the increase of the compulsory school age to 18 years, and restoration of the, center "tlp-ofl" in basketball to protect the health of high school students. Congress included. When that day comes, the business men of large and small units will probably agree with the conclusions, though they may not even be familiar with the technical or scientific data by which the conclusions are reached. At the moment, the business work asks for confidence. The Administration misunderstands the term as meaning more conversation. What the business men wnnt is for the Government itself to cease giving the impression that it docs not know what it wants to do from one day to the other. Clarity und definition are the things most people desire to see in any complicated governmental operation. And when political laws and economic laws are, set up against one another for purposes of reform, it is even more vital than ever that the rules be worked ou.t slowly and less impulsively than has been the case In political government in the past West Penn Men Attend Electrical Meeting H. W. McRobbic, superintendent o£ substations in Territory A of the West Penn Power Company, and John F. Dubyon, assistant superintendent, accompanied by Hugh Mulac, foreman of power repair shop and J. G. Wilson, foreman of substations of the southern division, all of this city, and Robert McGcachie, superintendent of the Lake Lynn hydro-electric plant, '. attended a supervisors' meeting held Tuesday at the Y. M. C. A. In Pittsburgh. The theme o£ the program was 'Safety" and "Substation and Powerhouse Maintenance." , Today the first four hllended a meeting at the Wcstinghouse Electric and Manufacturing .'Company in East Pittsburgh, where /three speakers delivered lectures on "Substation protection against lightning and Coordination of insulation, levels at substations and adjacent transmission line stations." The meeting was attended by about 50 persons from the various departments of' the West .Penn Power Company. On March Grand Jury. Names of Rose Sine of Connclls- villc; Sanford West "of Uniontown and Grace Wright of Masontown were omitted from the list of March grand jurors. C. L. Ilcbslcr Succumbs. GREENSBURG, Feb.- 5.--Scarlet fever claimed the -life of Constantino Luther Herbster, 58, vice-president of Hockensmith Wheel arid Mine Car Company of Pcnn, in a Pittsburgh hospital. He was a school director in North Huntingdon township for years. O n e o f t h e f i r s t questions after any fire- WAS IT INSURED? Why not be sure that your property, is properly and adequately insured. C a l l ' this A g e n c y To-day. J.DONALD PORTER LNSUBANCJB first National Bunk Conncllsvllle, l'n. STADER FUNERAL HOME There's always a reason for friendship . . . in our case Connellsville families have.found it in our superb handling of funerals. We'rejproud to be of assistance in times of need, a«d we're prouder yet ot the fact that we've never failed in giving satisfaction in services. 118 West Apple Street. TODAY and MONDAY (2) BIG FEATURES (2) A FEAKHiSS rROSEOUIOJl'S WAK OX RACKETS --AND THE GIKL 1VIIO TIMED TO FIGHT HACK! Monday and Tuesday--Two Days Only A Paramount Pitlure with LLOYD N O L A N Fay Holdcn · Ralph Morgan · KTM* t, *,.*»., H.II BRUNETTE B E A U T Y . . . helpinfj th» rocket- baitirfioM"^ GIRLI ROBERT WILCOX DOUGLAS FOWLEY CHICK CHANDLER --And-YOUK SINGING COAVHOY STAB ItJ NEW ADVEXTUHE TRAILS \ BLAZING SIX GUNS IN ARIZONAI ! LILTING LOVE SONGS IN HAWAII I Your tinging cowboy itor In rousing outdoorodvonturo that swoops from »ho Woslorn bad land! to Honolulu's haunrod ihorosl THE NEW Today ® Monday ® Tuesday · Wednesday PARAMOUNT'S THUNDERING ROMANCE OF THE WINNING 01 THE WEST! Against the flaming background of the mightiest chapter in our whole history, the winning of the West, Frank Lloyd tells the moving, heart-stirring story of a brave man and a bold-hearted woman whose love, stronger even than the forces of a nation'* destiny, survives the perils of the wilderness, the roaring dangers of the gold rush, the soul warp^ i ng horrors of war itself... JOEL · BOB BUMS · FRANCES DEE LLOYD NOLAN · HENRY O'NEILL · PORTER HALL · ROBERT CUMMINGS RALPH MORGAN · MARY NASH · JOHN MACK BROWN · BARLOWE BORLAND Produced end Dlr«ctid by FRANK LIOYO · Atioclole Producer, HOWARD CSTAGROOK e-f*n Play by Foul Schofleld, Gerald Geraghty and Frederick Jackson · Bated en a Story by Stuart N. 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