The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 24, 1939 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 24, 1939
Page 11
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U K1DAY, PEBRUAHY 24, 1939 1 HE DAILY COURIER CONNELL.SVIL,L.a PAGE ELEVEN. Soviet Rejects Japan's Newest Fishing Demands By NORMAN B DEUEL United Press Staff Correspondent MOSCOW, Feb 24 -^Ncw demands by Japan in the Siberian fisheries dispute have been rejected by Russia it was indicated Thursday after a two-houi conference between Foreign Commissar Maxim LiU mov and Japanese Ambassador Shigenon Togo Japanese sources said that the result of the latvinov-Togo talk was unsatisfactory and that further discussions would be held though no date had been set for them Togo informed Litvinov that Japan refused to participate in an auction for Siberian fishing concessio-is v,hich Russia proposes to hold March 15 He was said to ha\ e demanded that fishing concessions which Russia rnd "withdrawn on the ground that the waters in question nust be restricted in the irterests of national defense be made subject to further negotiation It was reported without confirmation that Togo also informed Lttwn- ov that the Japanese government would protect Japanese fishing rights and would use every means to do so LrHmov and Togo asked each othei to report back to thtir governments on the situation, including the attitude of public opinion in he respective countries over the long and bitter dispute rcgirdi ig Japanese fishing concessions in Russian waters All this v as taken to mean that Togo had presented the important demands \\hich were sent to him by his government and that Litvmov had rejected them as he had done prr\ lous demands It was made known at Tokjo Feb- ruarv 16 tint Foreign Minister Hachiro Anta had forwaided 'important instructions and there were conferences among army, navy and foreign office chieftains It was understood at Tokvo that Togo was instructed to seek a showdown and to inform Litvmov that Japan was prepared to take dras'ic action un- leess an agieement was reached^ Japanese newspap°rs reported thit Japan ivas prepared to fish in the disputed -waters under the protection of the imperial navy A little more than two months remains to efect a settlement of the fisheries dispute before the fishing season starts May 1 Japanese fishermen have been operating under a temporary agreement This expired Decembei 31 Russia has insisted that as part of any new agreement Japan must accept responsibility for payments, defaulted by its sponsored government of Mar- chukuo, for Hus«ia'i snare of the Chinese Eastern Ra Iroad which extends through Manchukuo Russia also has announced that certain con- cess on ' lots" formerly held by Japanese wiD be -withdrawn permanently in the interests of Russia's national defense Failing any agreement, Russia announced that certain fishing lots \vould be offered at public auction It was this auction ^vhich Togo informed Litvinov, at a two-hour conference yesterday the Japanese would boycott--thus le- fusing to recognize the property of the auction Woman in Jekyll and Hyde Role? * * » * * * · * » Police Charge Dental Hygiene Graduate With Being a Bandit 'Father Geibel Blesses School At Uniontown An Dental Expert Followinc Arrmt Arrested at Park Ridge H I , Chicago suburb Mrs Ellen Benrett dental hvgicnc griduatc of Nor*h western Uni\ersitj has been chirped with attempting to rob a drcs shop She fir*t told police she was ano he- person a m?ht club dancer At left *hc i« s 1 owmc dental t e c h n i q u e to Dr Join C T i Due president of the Chicago Dental Society, at a contention in 1937 At riph^ trying to co%cr up f o l l o w i n g arrest, (CmtrtUPra**) TWO CONVICTED FOR USING WFA TO BU3LD HOME Jews Musi Give Up Valuables io Nazi IWOMAN ACCUSED OF "CHISELING" ALBUQUERQUE N W Fob 24 -B ' Unllcd Prc " --U S District A torney E \ e i e t t | BERLIN Feta 2 3 -- G t n r r i l Her| Grantham elated ovei his successful mnr Wilhclm Coer iff diieciir ot 1 prosecution of a project forennn ind I tl e foi i-veir plin d t c i u t d Tnui.dTv I his timekeeper 'or using \VPA labo tr-it ill Icus mu« b\ M i cl 7 h uid ' t o build a home uoikcd tod 3 to cner ill sold platinum «ihcr jewel- bolster his case against 11 other dc- ' i^d peails in vhcir pcv=M.-=Mor t fendants including a son-in-law of P u b l c p u i c h j - n c centers isl ib i i«l Semtor Dennis Chavez £° r l lc tu tin ins IC\M h propcrt c- The Governments fits* convictions in a series of trials begun scvei 1 nipht \vnen n Fedpnl jury rotu r e d \vccks ago and ongmallv nvol\mg i guill \crdic 73 defendants, c a m e Wednesday j Mnnucl H T u n i t i Si Olj,xun aj ci PHK \ D F r n m Fcb 2 4 -- \ uoni n icc-u H nf pnvt ^ ti n ^idou i inrt no ro n K ri re £l-Hr s th^ce 1 th Ulrc n *n icld *n \ o of hu en n , 11 d imprest n v i st t, i ) f j \\ t^ held f fnr cou t on T rh i^c nf ch ^rlint | «J 0_I n S* i n (f f u n d J 4 in I t "»K tl L mu it " ^^^ Ros Mt 011 t( i 1 d i* i m i,is r i *. V *UMI K I d l i t ( o stc %ou l t % f $"20 % t T - i"d i - t ( p * \ o rh So i 1 si(* H ^t t* p% ,.,0* \ is sour! *nd t ttd o I . c- or Si itc M n s U f.f\ ^!r %*n(j«- nu b nd v. us cmp'o^cf' in i hospi UNICWTOWN Tcb 24--Approximately I 000 poisons a tended the banquet m a k i n g the foimal dcdicu- tion of the new St Johns PdiocNal School a"id paush h i I I c i e Suncliy a'tc'-noon and evening when the $130000 stiuctuie \v\s foimally op ened Tno dedicatory service u ds in crnrge of Rev Father Paul E Campbell, supenntendcnt o£ the parochial schools in the Pittsburgh diocese Acting as a delegate of B shop j Hugh C Boyle Rev Father Henry A Geibel of Co incUsvjlle blessed he new school and hall during the exercises in the afternoon Among those w h o spoke at the dirme were Rev Michiel F Bonfield oE Cormcllsvitte and Rev Geoige F Htaley of Dunbai Re\ F ithei Tnomas J Dunn is pa tor of St John s church Pitcairn Theatre Damaged PITCAJRN Teb 24 --The pi o- jection loom of the Nemo Thentre was destroyed by fire Wednesday night The bl zc sta jtcd oefore the theatie was opened f m the evening piogiain Voluntcei/ fi cncn confined the flames to /the projection booth Damage waslno estimated btai to Become CiUzen riOLLYWOOD Feb 24 -- Fieddis Bntholorje\v English born child star of Amei c m films may soon become an Amencan His logil guardian and aunt said she plans dt once to apply for net citizensh p pap^is and Freddie 14 auto Tin ticilly would become a citizen uith her natuialization Juniors Eieti Disiricl Officers District Deputy N E Murphj o£ the local district of the Junjot Order United American Mechanics, and delegates met with the Scottdalo council Tuesday evening for a monthly session OTicers for the district were elected They are Distuct Deputy N E Murphy of ConnellsviUe, vice- deputy Arthuth Weisel of Scottdale, secretary, Roy Heibert of Vanderbilt, chaplain George W Prmkej o£ Srottdale, sentinel A!be t Hughe- of Dunbar A legislative committee consisting of J "VV Pnnkey, chairman of Connellsville D H Showman of Scottdale Roj Herbert of Vanderbilt Oran A Wite's of Ohiopyle Albert Hughes of flunbar, Jesse Murphy of Dav,son and F L Freed of Moyer council, uas apoojnted Sever-il members gave shojt talks a^ter \\hich lunch was served oy Scottdale lodge Musical entertainment was furnished by the Rats and Three Mice Orchesti a Dies in Clothes Wringer GHANDRAPIDS, Mich Feb 24 -John Thomas Howe, three was cius'icd to death in the clothes urmgei ot the washing machine o£ bis mothei, Mrs Leonard Howe Pay Off ALL Your Bills a Personal Loan Taen faavo LESS to pay each month because you have only ONE place to pay Therell bo more LEFT OVER lor your Uv ing expenses. Main requirement, just your ability to repay tho loan in small euros regularly No co-maker* No indiscreet inqutnos 'Personal Credit loans up to $300 on. your signature only, or thoso jl husband and wife Comt in or phontt FINANCE COMPANY Second Floor netzel Bu W, Crawford Phone 34. McGrory's Shirts ( ut'. ( on f i t Si/p Tictr. xl.'tlt Anhio-. 69c SPECIAL GLOSEOUT! 2 for 5c lOe Smull BERRY DISHES F nrse- BERRY DISHES Pink or Crystal Berry Set 25c C omplclp SALT AND PEPPERS 2 for 5c WORK SHIRTS .Regular (»«, \ aim- m m · Blue an (! fin /I fl f · Slroiii; Stain* * · V · Loni.' PONDS TISSUES SPECIAL 21 c V \\i\f ] I l l l l t l U U ' in/. ( for 1UC HOSE Iftr t \ a I sou ' Il«'if. 'r Ladies' House Slippers Keg. 2'le lumbers Felt 3Iocc»sin LcafhtreHo 21c 23c Cofton String I lltt'St ( O l d f . Smart (»nj Lnokme. 50 Zepher Wool Sweaters n.oo New Spring PRINTS Beautiful new gay pallet ns Fast fol- or yd. Luncheon CLOTHS Size iDx'iO Ravon and cotton Special ·H this price "I \ l r n TOWELS Size 20\40 Solid tolorfa Heavy ab- '-orbent Run of Mill Cake Sale Cre.iin SANDWICH CAKES Chocolate and V.inillii WAFERS Jack Piost COOKIES COTTAGE SETS 59c Bathroom Curtains 59c Cottage Sets 69c Cottage Sets 79c Curtain Material, yd. 07\ O L K L TK1LJ s! 5c and lOc Stores 25c to $1.00 Stores The Big Busy 202-04 PITTSBURGH STREET Invites You to Take Advantage of These Savings FINE QUALITY MEATS A SALE OF TENDER BEEF ROASTS Cui from tine quality «Veer beef and every cut well trimmed io as to represent a really rruo value Choose your favorite beef roast and serve it in your favorite manner You can afford to be generous at this economical AP Super Market price CHOICE CUTS Ib Short 21c END CUTS c"/ ,, OOr ,. R , b , It A AC loast or Swiss Steak «. 29c Wh 0 !» f*\ * I B B 0 » or «Bt «% Skmnad Hams *% * 23c i k* r Ft" Gf4d« Shankfess Calls llZ * 15c U«t *«4 Ui3*r Summer Sausage . 23c TVjt ««« a- Cool.d 54 «nl Long Island Ducklings n. 19c Ready-To-Cook C H I C K E N S 79c FOR STEWING Each J Ib 3 al fo 2 Ib 7-oc Net Pdctdga W« gbt FOR ROASTING Each J Ib 0 01 to 2 Ib IS 01 K.I Packagi We j L E N T E N I T E M S Codfish .^"fr, Fancy Shnmp i,r Fancy Lobster Fancy Crabrneat Sultana Tuna Fish Sardines V,J** Lake Hernng Mackerel AP Peas Jni Peas «A r.c,, Beans A N « « 2;.::z3c ., ... lOc ... 29c ^,25c 2 .... 25c t.. 5c t.S 75c 3^'25c 2«M21c 4S.,*25c K U b .5c Sardine Fillets i.*..3 «,25c Swiss Cheese oom,,, t ,b 23c Cream Cheese K .«-. . 29c Brick Cheese WM.J. », 15c Encore Macaroni i^ 19c lona Spaghetti ...» ?J.°79c Ann Page Spaghetti 3 V;ri7c Loaf Cheese -5,'.^ ,11? 38c Waldorf ! rS B ,,,,. 23c Pacific T?SS« 5r.ii, 19 c SOap 'oj'cAMAY 4ul»21C Asparaps ?« Sniders Beets Diced Carrots Butter Kernel lona Hominy Olive Oil £ Atlantic 45 ScotTissue Fastiriia cv m Octagon ^sTM Soap Chips !' Sani Flush or Ivory Soap ic Su« L cam ZQ C sue* i. r IOC ,ONA 2SmM9C Com N =°n 2 lOc 4i',25c -6E 'bH IOC :i %" lOc 4,.n,25c ^ p^o, 13(; r ioir*39c Drano £', 19c "tr »,, 5c :FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES: CRISP CELERY W£U ILEACHED AND IHOKOUGHLY Maine Potatoes */-· T£ 29c New Potatoes ,*, 6 n. 25c . , FANCY BOXED _ _ _ n · n P Apples '° M wml?Ar 5 lfc - 25c Ripe Bananas «. 5c FRESH CARROTS . . . . 2^ CSI5T AND TENDU FINK SALMON tall can R cVi In food v«lu. a valuabl. addi (Ion to trii d «t And so ·conomfcal that you cart »rva It of tn M-ikot a d* lldotll I'll w th a ct*am i^uci SULTANA *.",". ft 27 c 3, k ,.10c 4?,°;25c 3 N cS.?25c 3 %, 25c Salad Dressing Sparkle Lima Beans ' Wax Beans st P lona Cut Beets lona Corn c AP Corn lona Tomatoes 4^, J 22c iona Green Beans H c! n2 5c SauerRraut *$, 4'!i22c Bisquick X 25c Cake Flour ^Etel ^ 2flc SSiSSJ SOUP-ER MIX 2 ptg.15e One package makes -hvo quarts of delicious soup 2 Si 23c M .°.M8B He lona Peaches ftP Cherries AP Apricots Eft 2 Fancy Grapefruit 3 N DelMonte Pineapple 2« Grapefruit luice 4«nf25c lona Tamalo Juice «"15c 29c Ro I or Tub Style Prices Below Effective in All AP Food Stores in This Vicinity r . 2 it. 5Sc o ., · A Ib! 3 lb Eight O'Ciock Coffee Mild and M*l ow White House Milk 4 22c Hot Cross Buns oi10c Mad« of Sweat Dough Full at Ra i n» Sugar le«d Layer Cake c sr, ut «*39c Wh'to BaHor, Croar-i Ic ng -- 3 Layar Family Sin White Bread ^1^ 2 .T.MSc Soft Laneheon-- M lie-- Jumbo-- Fa-nily-- Homi M a ' d In San fary N NUT E Tin Economy Spread SintjU pound H Splc»d

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