The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 23, 1939 · Page 9
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February 23, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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Second Part Pages 9 to 16 VOL, 37, KO SS CONNELLSVILLB, PA , 1 IlbRSD V\ H\ LN'ING, rJLBJlL \ R \ -3, 1939. SIXTEEN PAGES. STATE WPA COMMITTEES FOR 1939 EVENTS! FORCE TO BE INCREASED A Truer Friend Hath No Man Committees fot irrpoit-mt evnts I ford, Thomab DeHu/T , on the 1939 calendar o£ the Con- nellsvdle High School Alumni Association wcie named at a meetng held in tlie school Monday evening At the bi,mc time plans v,cie advanced for monthly ictivitics o£ the assou-ition, it being t i c idea of the officers to project the gioup more into civic, hie Replies from a questionnaire ic- centlj mailed to 110 giadua*»s, half ^ of whom arc not rnembeis uf he t.s- sociatiop \\cre used to tuicle the program committee The committees n imed by President Sherrick Fisher follow Members! ip Loretla Galiardi chairman Wilma ScoU HcbeitRisl Athletic, Dr William A Pujia chairman Craig Hugh Handford Hubert Senior presentation Jack Younkm, chairrmn Robeit Rush Lois Ben- Gain of 86 Cases in Relief Roils \ net increase o£ 86 cases 01 1 5 pel cent was recoided in the diiec iclicf rolls of Favet e county during the weak ending Febiuaiv 11 sc- coiding to figuies arnounced in Hur-isburg by Howard L Russell secretaiv of the State Department of Public Assistance A lUl of 222 cases vveie opened and 13i. dosed Ot those pat on relief, 17 lost private jobs, 118 vveie taken oft the WPA 20 had their U C oenefits expue and 27 for otner leasons Of those taken off lehef, 57 received private jobs six were placed by the WPA 13 received unemployment benefits and 60 foi otrei reasons There were 284 new applications for assistance while the lolls showed 5845 cases, repiesenting 23284 pei- sons and expenditures amounted to $38621 70 The week ending February K saw n fjrther slackening in the upw-ud trend of the S'ate general assistance The week s rise amounted to 3 161 cases (9,411 persons) as compared with net me eases langmg from 4 000 to more thin 6 000 ca=;es during the several preceding weeks On February 11 'he geneial a^sist- *nce rolls o£ the depaitment numbered 253,364 cases or 784,005 pei- sons Net expenditures r or grants totalled SI 841 o!9 an increase oE S30 621 Th( average expendituie pei recipient was S2 35 Tne number of applications filed foi general assist-mce totalled 9 o03 a decrease of 369 from the pievious week Jumoi piom Joe Carson chairman, Sheiriclc Fisl er, Jem Dal Adi Leplev Senior pail} Jick Younkm Ce lebtc Fumu, Jerry Laidm Kooci t Hush, Ruth Pickctt Donald Blascy "Margaiet Wagnel, Dorothy ^eteison Mary E'len bhues Harry Hoovei Chirles, Kunkle, Thorrns DeHuir Fioience Smith Senioi prom John Moore, clnu- man SI ernck Fisher Dorothj Brown, Patiicia Hart John Caller Liboi Day Lduca ion Jubilee F Ra Metzger chamnan, Hubeit Craig Robert Herrmn Jack Poit Donald Blasey Jack SI ives William Addis John Moore John \\ armuth Social committee Robert Rush Jack Dull Joe Carson Jnck Rush Jack Browning Donald Blasej, Celeste Funa : Jerry Lardin, Jean Dull and \\ilma Scott News of Tri-Town Community Calvin Chorus Will Present Magician M Church Friday The Calvin Choius of the Fust Presbyterian Chuich will present lagan Company magicians at the thuich Friday evening The company, of thiee people, w i l l entertain with many tricks, outstanding of which is the doll house illuo on m v. hich a little girl apparently de- \elops out of thin an In addition to the tncl s of magic, the Connellsville String Ensemole ivill play, Miss Florence Wilkey will give marraba njmbeis and Miss Jean Goe will read Spccl-ll to Hie Courier DAWSON, Feb 23 --The W C T U presented a temperance piogiam Sundaj morning at the Philip G Cochian Memoual Methodist Episco- pil Sunday School Articles on ' Liquoi Propaganda ' ' Dec-ease of Traffic Deaths and 'Inciease of Youngei People in Temperance Woik were lead by Miss Joanna Shillenberger, Miss Peggv Bauer and Miss Roenna Stickel Gospel Team Visits The Connellsville Sub-district Epworth League Gospel team visited the evening seivice of the Philip G Cochian Memoual Methodist Episcopal Church The team took charge of tre opening part of the service A violin solo was given bj Charles Robinson, accompanied fay Delmar Chris v Other members of the team were Miss'Ruby Taylor and Chailes DeBolt ' Recovers From Illness Miss Itene Lewis an opeiator In the Bell Telephone Company s office in Comellsville, returned to her duties Tuesdaj after being ill for t\vo weeks at ner -lome in Libertj Personals Norna Jean Arnold of Connellsville spent Satuidaj' night and Sunday at the home of Mi and Mrs E D Brewer of Vanderbilt Rev and Mrs Thomas A Charlesworth were in Pittsburgh Sundny Rev Chailesworth preached at the Schenley Heights M E Church, a former charge Mrs Othmar Haas spent the wqpk- end at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Charles Bosley of McKees Rocks Mrs C J Gaal o£ Isorth Dawson attended the Woman s Culture Club meeting in Connellsv ille Monday afternoon Mis Wilbiu Shaul of Kittannmg Ins been visiting a. the home of hei parents Mi and Mrs Willnm Cossel of North Dawson Flank B Galley, A J Rohm and Nelson Hixon of Vanderbilt were Pittsburgh cal'ers Tuesday Mis Anna Ambiose and daughter, Jewel, Mrs Vincent Haas and son, Vincent and Mrs John Coale of Masontown attended the caid party at Sac-ed Heart Church Tuesday evening Miss Teresa Gaal a registered nurse at Meicy Hospital Pittsburgh, ainved Wednesday evening to spend a few dnys with her paien*s, Mr and Mrs C J Gaal of North Dawson BARGAIN DAYS SPECIALS 30c PLASTICS An nbsoliilp close-out. 3» inches ~\\ Ide. Koll lOc WALL PAPERS Special lacks at reduc d prices 7Vic lOc 12Vic 15c Poper Hangers Smoothing Brushes 50c size, reduced to 27c 75c size, reduced to 55c i In. Rubber Set Paint Brush, regiilnrlj $1.00 75c Brenneman WINDOW SHADES Entire stock 50c shades - . Entire stock 7oc fallacies 39c 59c *:MO Bcfendtr HOUSE PAINT 01 f i l l colors 60 FOX i P VPiK -- GLASS ^o. Pittsburgr Street. · LTCAS V1IMS Phone 3U By D\VID ABR \MSON UnitLd P ess Stctff Co] i(_ipondci t HARRISBURC I eb 23--The id ing adTiiiUbLa 01 of Fcdcr 1 \\o ks projects in Pcmsyhania set out tc- day to add 4000 uoikcrs to the iolU to conform with o ir quot i The action announced bv Evei oit C Smith, foimei togionU cnfeincci w h o "was put in charge of the St tc WPA fo lo\ving the icaigmtion of J Banks Hudson Sntuidi\ v. is jn- e^pli ned One of the last public annoi nccments fiom Hudson bofoic his resignation \vas tint 100 000 VvOrkeis \\ould hi\c to be dropped from the rolls o\cr Apul, Mny a i d June to meet the 17 pei cent cut ·\oted in the ^\PA. i Jpropriatior Jo the icmaindcr of the r isc I jeni by Congicbs Smjth t,n d ho \\ould b ^.t nis pio gian to biing the St te rolls from 239000 to 243000 on these thite principals 1--Elimination of nny pol tics that m ly e\ist in the is la e \^PA 2--.Adminstratiop of the \\o-kb progt m on the basis of need 3--Estdbl shmcnt of moi e efll- cient opei ition The tirst V.Q tenets CTI y out the specific in iructions of CongiObs n its S725 000 000 ippropnation lo cair the WPA. until Tu y 1 The libt Smith =aid \\TS bnsed on dnect msUuctions fiom Colonel F C Harnrfiton, n imed to head the WPA ifter H a i t i Hopkins was m idt Secretaiy of Commerce by Piesident Roose\elt The ict ng admnii ritor idid the State i, WPA quota ivas Dxcd at 243 000 for F t b i u u .nd March and at present wns orly .239 000 We intend to nise t h u as cjuicklv as possible ' ne said to confoim with our quota What future in creases or reductions \vil3 be made depends on. %\ hether Congrct-s pio- vides an iddition*l appropriation and the method the Fcdcial administration sets up /oi distubuiing funds to be used until the crd of the picscnt fiscal jear, June 30 Smith added he was assigning a staff of 700 to roclassify all persons, on the WPA roHb * The force he sajd, u ill question e\erv WPA -^oikcr and o b t n n a signed statement as to his resources, financial obi gations and dependent 1 ; ' E ich woiKer will be informed th i 1 a false rtpoit is punisl able by a fine of S2 000 and impiisonment The administr i or also disclosed that waimngs wert inclosed in the 1 ist pay checks sent out by the \\PA. hi,, mixing politics with the WPA \vas punishible b a fne of SI 000 and a ye ir s mpn onment He said 1 e did not know if tl cic uas any politics connected with the State W n A but weie emphnsized the point it is row a punishable offense Aged nnd bruised but unfaltering in his devotion Fritz «tands over his maimed master, Chester Brooks, near their wrecked car at Old "W estbury^ U I It v,as necessary to blindfold the dog to keep him from folloTOng tb» ambulance in which. Brooks 'was removed to hospital. The HnnoancpmL.nl thnt 4 000 w o i k e s would be added to the rolls was pirticuJii'y significant bee i use of the State ciisii nov/ confiontmg the Republican lames ^dmini^tr ition Ajiy cut in tlie ViP\ rolls is rclcctod vn - mediately in the relief co*ts and Go\oinoi Arthui H Jiines, hub announced he felt Pennsylvania should reccue mo c wo ks p"ogiam fane's During the 3938 gubernatoii »1 election campi gn RejJubliean speakers chained that t i e \\PA rclte would be cut sharply immediately af er the e'ection and pon Ud out that such a mo\e could be made extremely cm- bairassing to the nev Rep iblican Admini^ttation which w n pledged to cut tbe cost ot government Smith s appointment as ac ing ad- mim^tratoi w is -mnounced immecl - atcly af tei Hudson s rcsignat on Tht. W P \ adrnmibtntor in Florida resigned the tame d \ Reliable sources rcpo ted tint M )or PI ilip MdtUiews, depulv budget seciet i j m the E ule Admmjstiation and close friend and classmate of Colonel Harnrglon, will oe iiimed adnumstrato 1 " to succeed Hudson The post p iys» $8 500 Assessors Will Hear Legislation Discussed UNIO1S TO\\ N Feb 23 --Lc^ibla- j ti( n considered ol importance to a 1 asicsboi s n 11 elte c.ounU v, ill be ' discussed it 8 o clock I rida\ night j at a mec mt, in the Louithousc , Hirrv L, A^u oC ConncILsville piesident of he t iei o Countv As- iesiois Associ Uion, urjL.cs a full ul- tcndancc ATTEMDANCE CAMPAIGN HAS EFFECT IN SUNDAY SCHOOLS Sulfanilamide Cures Gonorrhea Within 24 Hours By United Press NEW YORK, Feb 23--Eight test cases of gonor hea have been cured m 24 hours by the oiai admnist ition of suHanilarmdc to supplement stand- aid tica-ments, Di Herman Goodman reported to a social hygiene seminar heic He "aid that the pait sulfamlamide had in the cuie w a s still questionable, but the tests indicated that persons m gh be imrrumzed by taking suUanjHmide tiblets before being exposed The standaid heatment which the new drug sjpplemcnts includes vac- cmes and local i ugations w i t h agencies such is silver silts Dr Goodman is issociatcd with the city health dcpirtment He said the eight cases cured in 24 houis we-e male parents 'Compiled w i t h formei methods ' he sa d, ' this sulfsmlanude tieatmen means a termendous saving in the Distress and physical incapacity of the patient In the bioad aspects of public health, it means a tremondojs d munition in the peuod of meffec- tn it Sulfanilamide has been used successfully in heating ailments langmg from blood poisoning t o pneumonia siPLe its potentialities were discovered three yenis ago It has been used 3rev lously in treating gonorrhea and had been found 90 per cent eflective although cures were not effected for eight or 10 davs Observations had md-cated thit it did not become effective until the parents bodj had developed natural resistance, wl-ich was hastened bj vaccines With the new tieat- min , vaccines are administered The Sunday School attendance campaign being conducted by the District Sunday Scnooi Association is having an effect on all of the schools, icpoits show For the third consecutive week theie has been le- po'-ted a steady josing attendance an t \e disUict Sunday schools. The re- poit foi 'ast Sunday shows moie than 70 ner cent of those enrolled a,s members attended tne c h u i e l i schools The report follows Alt Enrol Pet St Johns Lutheian 80 100 80 First Metho Pio 408 518 78 First Crustian 192 246 78 Evangelical --. 229 300 76 Reformed . 58 77 75 Union Baptist 50 70 71 United Bre hren 305 521 "0 Greenwood Metho Epis 85 125 68 Trinitj Lutheran 459 690 67 Church o£ the Biethien 91 140 65 First Methodist Epis 441 502 65 United Presbytenan 202 3o2 57 Payne A M E 42 7o 56 First Piesbyterian 199 365 54 Dunbar Metho Prot 286 290 95 Vanderbilt Chustian 126 171 73 The last two schools -n the list aie not in the district. Everson, Center Match Tonight Eveison Horseshoe Club featunng Ray Fazenbaker former State champion will toss against the Center Club at the local couits tonight Also m the Eve son lineup will be Frenchy Bourrett 3-ind Craig and Brooks The matches are scheduled to get under way at 7 30 P M simultaneously with sulfamlamide and both are absoibcd by tne gonococcus organism, which they destroy, Dr Goodman said Counterfeiters Guilty \ORK Feb 23--Se\ in mem- i btrs of a countcifeitmg gant, \ inch ODOuted throughout the East we t. convicted o£ conspino to viol It Uie countei'citing lav.3 by a Fedenl court jurj YOU'RE INVITED TO OUR B A R G A I N P A R T Y - O N FRIDAY MORNING at 9! 206 Ko. Pittbburg Strccl Phone C79. "Up to ?9 00 Values Lot of Hats - Lot of Blouses Lot of Coats - - 25c Up to $ 16 90 Values Lot of Sweaters - $ 1 1 p to $ I "0 A L p to $1 00 of these l o $!.!»" PAJAMAS Odd lots taken fiorn reguh srooK Men ! Young Fellows! Women who shop for men! Take ADVANTAGE of These "BUYS" Michaels-Stern C i fl T U C C LU S n bo Regularly priced to $37.50 $1.05 to SV)i SWEATERS Bnibhed-\\ool Odds and ends $1.43 Take them A\\ay You'\e ne-ver been then equal at this puce' Hand tailoicd bv union men 1 All wool fabrics' Attiactne pat- tei ns and styles All \\ anted sizes 23 Mir Le»fs Shirts - Shorts ea. 4 1'leces $1.00 Uroken Lots Suits One lot. $22.50 Topcoars .95 All $35 Heavr O'Coots $5 and "iG Cooper UNION SUITS 100% puie wool Extra special ABS Woo! Worsted Suits auothei sensational clothing value that -vv ill appeal to men -who \\ant smaitn^ss and quality at a price Spnng styled 1 Spimg pafteins' Single and double bieasted if Ip B I $").(!« lo SM1.00 TROUSERS VI1 -wool Tabu smart pUids To 500 Manhattan HATS 995 Sight!} soil (i J ed All sires WORK PANTS M a d e b y tt Suoet - On I OQ 5195 values | · U 0 PAJAMAS To $2 95 Fruit ,· of -the - Loom T 0 Q and others | ·«« FRUIT-OF-THE-LOOM Jfpgulni .He SILK SOX Auklete or legulai half hose 5 Pali $1.00 Pi iced as hicrh as $2.2" Stock up now ' Nationally famous biand shut at a neu low puce le^el Discontinued numbers in at- ti active stvles and colors Superior and Fulton Shirts $1.00 These are shirts that JUG ~e£rulu- ]y priced at $1 95 Not seconds-taken lion regular btock All siz- DUOFOLD Union Suits \o 302, now No 427. now ^fo 601 and 602 $2.95 $3.65 $4.35 $1.(M) Cluilmei-, UMO\ /»/»^ SUITS . OOC Title i, Tru=t GOLDSTONE Brimstone Corner

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