The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 23, 1939 · Page 6
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 23, 1939
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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY C O U R I E R . CONNELLSVILLE, PA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1039. PERSONAL MENU ON Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Madigan of | Charleroi are visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Welsh, of South Arch street. Two piain dresses, cleaned and pressed, Me, during our "Oncc-A- Yc;ir" promotion special. Simons Ca:,h Carry Cleaners.--Advertise- ! menl.--20feb-5t. · [ RiciKird N. Long of Wills road is ; spending the week visiting in Cin: cinnaM. 50 up to Sij.OO crepe dresses, Bar- · gain Days, $'..00. Princess Shop.-- I Advertisement.--22fcb-3t. Mrs. J. French Kcrr and Mrs. A. C. White are serving as jurors at j Ur.iontown this week. Pure silk crepe hose, Bargain Days, 29c. Princess Shop. Advertisement. --22feb-3t. Mr. and Mrs. George Beaumont of Wills rond arc on a three-week West Indies cruise. Just 12 fur collar, $20.00 coats, Bargain Days, M.9f. Princess Shop. --Advertisement.--22feb-3t. George Arnold, Miss Thclma Miller, Miss Louise Heavncr and Misses Eleanor and Leila Portcrfield went to Pittsburgh Wednesday evening to hear Tommy Dorsey and Orchestra at a Pittsburgh theatre. Get Fayettc's delicious Hard Rolls at your grocer's every Friday.--Ad- vertisement-23-fob.-lt. Mrs. Jean Cropp of South Prospect street visited friends at Uniontown today. Vincent Browning of South Arch street was a business caller in Pittsburgh Wednesday evening. Mrs. E.'W. Heavner, v/ho is ill at her home in Vine street, is getting along nicely. R. Philip Galiardi of West Cedar avenue was a Pittsburgh business caller Wednesday. Mrs. Frank R. Browning of South Arch street is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ray Foreman, of Miami, Fla. Charles Solidny, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Soliday, who has been critically ill with bronchial pneumonia at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oglevee, at South Connellsville, is rc- p Dried as somewhat improved. Miss Veronica Bradley of Brook- VAle attended a meeting of the Ur.- iontown Art Club held Tuesday evening at the studio of Mrs. Wiley Byers, Uniontown. Mrs. C. T. Troilo and son, Cameron, of Vanderbili. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grimm of Unionlown Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Wagner and D. H. Vance, brother of Mrs. Wagner, attended the funeral service for Mrs. Charles H. Hill, held this afternoon at the home of her son,' Henry R. Hill of Uniontown. Burial was in Hill Grove Cemetery, Conncllsville. James Rush, a student at Notre Dame University, Notre Dame, Ind. left Wednesday night to resume his studies after spending a four-day vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rush, of East Murphy avenue. Paul Sweitzer, who had been manager of the J. G. McCrory store at Johnstown, has been transferred to the Charleroi store where he will be employed in the same capacity. The family will move to Charleroi about the first of March. Mr. Sweitzcr was affiliated with the local store before going to Johnstown. Mrs. Sweitzer is the former Miss Sara Margaret Gemas of Connellsville. Ralph F. Sliger of West Patterson avenue, linotype operator at The Courier, is confined to his bed with grip. Aunt Met By RO13ERT QU1LLEJJ "I despite these politicians. I was feelin' spry as a cricket and thought I was right in my prime, and now they're sayin' people of my age are old folks that need a pension." SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK U. 5. P«u»t 0£c- By R, J. SCOTT Grim Reaper FRANCIS C. BAUGKMAN GKEENSBURG, Feb. 23.--Francis C. Baughman, a farmer of Sewicklcy township, died at 2 o'clock Wednesday morning at his home near Ncxv Mnrs Hill church. He was 67 years old and was born in Hempficld township. Mr. Eaughman farmed and threshed throughout the Hempfield- Sewickley district h:s entire life. His wife died June 17, 1938. He was a member of the Rillton Grange. Two sisters, Mrs. Ida Graham, of Ruffs- dale, R. D. and Mrs. Mary Weaver, of Arona, and two brothers, Homer J. Baughman, of Hunker, and Isaac W. Baughman, of New Stanton R. D. 1, survive. The funeral service will be held at his home nt 1:45 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Additional services will be held at 2:30 at the Madison United Brethren Church. Rev. Charles H. Keller, of the Herminie U. B. Church, will officiate, assisted by Rev. W. G. Fulton, of the Madison Church. Interment will be in the Madison Union cemetery. ou-f-io VYA.LK 60,000 MILES- HIS SUCCESSORS IK CA.LIK5RKIA DEVELOPED A DWART 1 PEACH -rkE.E. -frlAcT ^RowS HO LARqER.-frlAW A ISLES AMD . EUROPE IK six VEA.RS AND six. Mon-fHS . BE.XRS PEACHES o^-ftE -USUAL. S1XE. A.UD FLAVOR Bund Chief Makes Threat to Use His "Sturm Troopers CHARLES I. KEARNS The funeral service for Charles I. Kcarns who died Tuesday night at Connellsville State Hospital will be held at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at the home--of n-son, -Homer R. Kearr.s, 316 -East Fairview avenue, with Rev. A. R. Mnnsberger, pastor of Methodist Protestant Church, officiating. Burial will be in Hill Grove Cemetery.. _ ;; _ . . . · ; ,./_. In addition to other, survivors, Mr. Kcams also leaves 17 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. FELIX FUNERAL SCOTTDALE, Feb. 23.--TJhc funeral service tor Michael J. Felix of \ Hawkeye will be held at 9 o'clock j Saturday morning at St. Joseph's; Church, Evcrson. Burial will be in the church cemetery- I ANDREW STACHOWIAK SCOTTDALE, Feb. 23.--Andrew! Stachowiak, 81 years old, died at 1 i o'clock this morning after a lingering j illness at the home of his son-in-law j and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. V. P. [ j Pisula, of Everson. Yugoslavia Premier Dragisa Tsvctkovitch New premier of Yugoslavia is Dragisa Tsvctkovitch, whose appointment to form new cabinet followed surprise resignation of Premier Stoyadinovitch. Tavetkovitch will bring about a better understanding with Croats, it is believed. . For Bargain Days Delicious. , See Cream Devil's F o o d Cake . . . spread with ice cream . . . then rolled. Serves six. Regularly doc. ICE CREAM COOKIES 2 dz!9c DAIRY STORE Above Brimstone Corner Printer Will Get Budge! Tomorrow By United press. HARRISBURG-, Feb. 23.--Governor Arthur H. James said today the governmental budget for 1939-41 will go to the printer tomorrow. He said it would be ready for delivery to the Legislature Monday night. Fall Down Stairs Fatal. McKEESPORT, Feb. 23.--An autopsy was ordered today into the death of Clara Belle Godfrey, 70, of Glsssport, after she succumbed in McKeesport Hospital early today, She fell down a flight of stairs in her home two weeks ago. It was reported that a heart ailment was the cause. Hospital Patients. Mrs. Marie Dcconzo of Brookvale, Raleigh Gilpin of 242 South Prospect street, Dorothy Mason of 220 Queen street and Mrs. Bridget F. Brodigan of 422 Brown street, Evcrson, have been admitted to Connellsville State Hospital for treatment. By United Press. LOS ANGELES, Feb. 23i--Herman j Schwinn, West Const director of the: j German-American Nazi B u r d , stood ! in the doorw.'.y of Deulsche.s Hnus | Hall last night, watched police-, struggling with n crowd of 2.000 nnti- j Nazi demonstrators who had stoned it, and snid; J "We're not worried. 3f police can't clear the street, we'll do it oursolves," He gestured to.a group of husky uniformed bund members standing ! inside the hull, his own "strong-arm" squad. He; did not cull upon them, however, because, after a riotous hnlf hour, police succeeded in quelling the attackers, who had thrown first a barrage of ovur-ripe eggs and tomatoes, then their fusillade of rocks, the latter shattering windows and, Schwinn said, injuring several bund j members within the hull. ; The attack, which police s;iid was 1 led by members of tho Socialist Workers' party nnd the Young People's Socialist League, begem us bund members arrived at the restuurar.t- hall for a Washington's Birthday party. The American-Nazis and their womenfolk were pummelcd with the rotten eggs and vegetables. When some 300 persons h;id ducked and run into the building, the hail oC rocks began. Many guests left, when police appeared, and sporadic street fighting broke out, presumably between departing bund members and the attackers. It was at this point that Schwinn appeared in the doorway and expressed confidence in the ability of his "slrong-arm u squads to handle the situation, should police fail. When the mob had been dispersed, the bund director said that only two of those injured by stones were hurt even ^ain^ully. These, he said, were 1 men who had been hit in the fore- ' head. j Police offered an escort to any guests who desired it and several ; accepted on leaving. They were; placed in police automobiles escorted by motorcycles, whisked out ot the district where several stragglers of the crowd lingered past midnight. No arrests were made but during the height of the struggle police collared an unusually vociferous rioter here or there and marched him out of the crowd. Several clubs were found in the street this morning, and the entrance of the bund halt was piled high with spoiled vegetables. BULLETIN" Special lo Hie Courier. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 23.--Thn March Brand jury shortly before 3 o'clock this afternoon returned true bills, indictine former County Treasurer Thomas K. Aubrey on all counts on charges of cm- bcz7lcmcni. The Occember grand jury had returned ignoramuses. F. D. R. Nominee? Stork at Hospital. A daughter was born at 11:25 o'clock Wednesday morning st Con- nellsvilie State Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Darby of Dunbar. TODAY ONLY COMJNG FRIDAY Gray prison walls cast a shadow over i their romance... as I Ihemanwilh a past I fought frantically i lor Ihe right to love I Starring F HANKIE DA.RRO DICK PURCBLL JUDITH ALLEN One lad's climb from tltu holio "juncles" to fame and clory! --Also-- SHOKT SUBJECTS LATEST JfEAVS SATURDAY OXLY "NEAR TRAILS END" TVith Bob Steele | An notion iinckcd thriller ' o f ivcstcrn bad-men and a la-iv-cmorciutr sheriff with a pair of six iriins! --1'lus-- Two Serials, Cartoon and N Believe Radio Story Of Sub Mack Near Azores Ghastly Joke Boston Firm Under Federal Indictment On Wages-Hours Law P n-American Clipper in Hawaii HONOI ULU, T. H., Fab. 23.--Pan, American's Clipper 18, giant new 41- By United Press. toll .qying boat on an 18,000 mile test BOSTON, Feb. 23.--In the first I night to China and back, arrived in su::h. criminal proceedings in the Ma- ' Honolulu at 8:50 A. M. (PST) today lion, a Federal grand jury today in-1 after a smooth crossing from San dieted the 'Brown Stitching Contract j Francisco. There were. 23 persons Company of Lawrence and its trcns- ' Aboard. urer for alleged violation of t h e : wages and hours law. DEFENSE OPENS IN BENS CREEK MURDER CASiS I By United Hresa. SOMERSET, Feb. 23.--The defense opened today in an attempt to prove "by witnesses and silent witnesses" that three men accused of murdering 53-year-old Charles Kohut last Hay 1' at Bens Creek, near Johnstown, could not have done so. Immediately after the Slate rested its case last yesterday, Chief Defense \ Counsel W. Curtis Truxcll declared that none of the three defendants \vi\s near the scene of the murder : and that a "horrible mistake" was being made in accusing them. A few hours earliei'j however, three witnesses for the prosecution testified i "positively" that the three--Tony j Tisack, Mike Tisack and Vincent Bovinia, all of Kelso, near Johnstown --were the men who entered the home of Mrs. Catherine Dadura and shot Kohut to death. It was maintained that one of the three, Tony Tisack, was unmasked in a scuffle that followed the killing. Truxell said in an address to the jury that the defense would show, through time records taken from Lockport, N. Y.. that on May 18, the murder night, Tony Tisack worked in an industrial plant until 7:16 P. M. FROSTED Try This Economy Dinner for 4 1 !b. HADDOCK or MACKEREL FILLET 1 box (14 oz.) SPIN'ACH 1 box (10 oz) YOUN'GBERRIES Costs Less Than 15c Per Scrvmgr. 2 Specicis! SPINACH Garden fresh, ready to cook, serves 4. Regular price -I Q _ 23c. 14 oz. box J-*7C Haddock or Mackerel Ocean Fresh Fillets Boneless, waste free, come ready to cook. Regular price 25t* Ib. Pound . SCHNEIDER'S IV! KT. ROBERT L. ROBBINS 800 West Crawford Avenue Phone 457-158. COMS'ELLSVILLE. PA. Continued from Page One. ent maneuvers of the United States fleet to have intercepted and cabled a mock meFUiifie pertaining to the mnneuvc r.s. Besides, the Navy announced in Wash ing tor. that Ihe ships j of :he ttet-t were using R frequency j far removed from the GOO band, to ; which the Tulsa was listening. That ;t submarine o.f any power hnd ._ torpedoed a merchant ship nt sea was inconceivable to diplomatic nnd marine experts'. The British admiralty j I knew nothing of the message nnd said it \vns a mittlur for Lloyd's, the j marine insurance firm. Lloyd's knew nothing. I Ofljccrs of the Navy ;'adio at Washington said they believed the | i mori.sugt.* Ji hoax. They bnscd the i j opinion on Ihe circumstances. j i Other marine radio experts agreed.! j Thf-y thought the Tulsa's operator j had herird the message correctly, since it \v;:s too lucid and too long to h a v y bcun a garbled version of another and less urgent message, but they ^u.-pccted thai it might have been t,ent by an amateur station in southern Europe or the Azores Islands since of all the ships in the vicinity, only the Tulsa heard it. The Tuba and other ships of her class do not carry direction finding apparatus and without it, it would be impossible to even guess the direction from which the message hnd come or Uie distance it had traveled. T. Kussell Gather i State Senator T. Russell Gather, of Virginia, may be named by President Roosevelt for the second federal judffcship in western district of Virginia, according to authoritative sources. Senators Byrd and Glass, who successfully objected to the President's previous nominee, are said also to object to Gather. (Central Press) Washington's Birthday Baby. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Raygor are receiving congratulations on Lhe birth of their first child, a daughter, Barbara Ellen, at 6:30 o'clock Wednesday morning, Washington's Birthday, at their home at Poplar Grove. Mrs. Raygor, who will be remembered as Miss Anna Faidley, is a former operator for the Bell Telephone Company. Special Prices! Matinee and Evening Adults, 25c-ChiIdren, lOc © TODAY TOMORROW Feature No. 2 THE SCREEN'S NEWEST -LOVE TEAM! ...hoi en the I rail of a fiendish criminal! Breezy youlh...excite- ment ...Isughs galore! H O B A R T C A V A H A U G H FRflHK M. THOMAS R E H I E R I A N O Leon Aracs, Mary Treen A New UNIVERSAL P:aa,c ©Comedy ® Late News ©Short Subjects Bargain Days Special Mother . . .Did you know that you could buy quality shoes at cut rate prices. For two days Wright's are offering ladies' and misses' sport or dress shoes at SI and $1.95 . . . . men's and boys' dress and sport shoes at $2.65 and $3.95 . . .'Children's shoes from size 3 to 8 at 75c . . . sizes 8!/2 to 12 at SI.00. . .size 12'/2 to 3 ... $1.50. We have all sizes, but not i,n every style. BUY RIGHT AT WRIGHT'S FOR FEATURE TI3D5 CALL 599. TODAY, FRI., SAT., MON., TUES. "KILLER!" .T.-. but to the simple folk who knew him, a victim of cruel injustice!:.i. ; . and to the girl who married him, a brave and gentle lover! in TECHNICOLOR itxrrlnc TYRONE POWER H E N R Y F O f t D A N A N C Y K E L L Y RANDOLPH SCOTT and Henry Hull . Slim Summcrville . J. Edward Bromberg . Brian Dcnlevy - John Carradinc Donald Meek · John Russell . Jane Darnell Directed by Henry Klnc Artlxm. Pioducct *fld Oiig'lMl S:f**n Pity b» H.niutlr Johiuon A Twentieth Century-Fot Plcturt ALSO OUK GA3JG -- SEWS --NOVELTY

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