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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 11, 1938
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-KAGE TJ3N. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVICLE, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11,' 193S.' SPRING CLOTHES WILL BE - SIMPLER THAN USUAL THIS YEAR, VIEW OF DESJGNERS HOLLYWOOD, Feb. II f--Movie fashion designers said today that spring clothes will be simpler than usual this year with skirts shorter and narrower, hats more sensible and Jewelry barbaric. Adrian, designer of costumes for Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, Greta Garbo and others at -Metro- Goldwyn-Maycr studio, reported that fashions.; will be notable.-for their lack of conventionality and that "the only thing that will be unforgivable is bad taste." _ . - . : He said evening-gowns-will--be extremely full-skirted and that organdy and organza, wjll be^in laslv ion. He predicted; that sailor;hats, will bejnore in demand for spring. Edward Stevenson of RKO studio said hafc were th.e_big Jtashion news in that-at last they were becoming smaller-and "more sensible."- Particularly- interesting he called the new short bolero--so short that he named JJt "a wide collar. 11 ^. . A continuation of emphasis on the high, small bust; slender.-rounded hips, and small waist will be fashion code No. 1, Gwen Wak'eling of 20th x,_ predicted. Rpyer of the same studio, said- that fashions would bo in_'.'a .playful mood" with daring color .combinations, ^crlsp fif~ skirts, r modified, .shoulders .an nipped-in waist.-- - -- -- · Vcra West of Universal summed up her fashion predictions by toying: "Beautiful materials, deep colored silks, clever prints, handwoven woolens and heavy lines-will be the-inspiration for a flattering feminine line for all occasions." Orry-Kelly ot Warner Brothers foresaw; light colored furs, draped evening; hemUnes, simple suits with_ important accessories and no extremes jn a heavy costume jewelry Howard Shoup, also of Warner Brothers, predicted a decline in semblcs, and silly hats and veils, t continuation of self-trimming anc uneven hemlines and a rise hi importance of "elegant simplicity." Judge Doesn't Believe "Railroading" Story- Gives Heavy Sentence By United PreM. PITTSBURGH, Feb. ll^-Joseph McDermott, 22, was sentenced to from five to 20 years in Western Penitentiary Wednesday by Judgi Ralph H. Smith, who branded him a "liar" for accusing William Roscn- wald, former McKecs Rocks policeman, of "railroading" him to jail sc that Rosenwald could carry on an affair with-McDcrmoU's 17-year-old wife. Rosenwald denied the charges McDermott was convicted on threi burglary charges. No Business Recession. PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 11--There' no business recession at this plant The United States mint reported tha during .January it had turned out total of 26,105,017 coins having an aggregate value of $761,388.50. t lankin Gets Copy Of Letter lams Sent To Governor Earle Febrll.--Charging that bi-partisan politics of the pres- nt administration have'proven dis- stroui'lo the Democratic party, E. lams, in an open letter recently to Governor George H. Earlc, charged the latter with failure to meat - promises -made. to';thc Washington County "Horhe""Owncrs and 'armcrs Taxpayers League of which a ^s Is president, and with failing . cooperate with exservicc men. A'cbpy of the"lotter was forwarded o -Commissioner John W. Rankin. f reads as"iollows: "·"Your Excellency: "l"~wlsh""to congratulate you upon .·our achievement, the like of which he G._O. P. could never have' hoped o accomplish--the annihilation of oiir"Democratic party in Pennsylvania. It is with the deepest regret that I am compelled to draw your ·Utontion to the fact that_the~bi- mrtlsan politics of your administra- :ion have proven so disastrous* to the Democratic party, that all good-Democrats are forced to hang their heads in shame.,.. · , -.·_ "Your administration is'thc first in over. 40 years to wear the. Democratic label in the State_-and indications it will probably bo the last for another 40 years. It seems that' you have taken delight in slapping the World War veteran and the American Legion in the face. "I just visited your magnificent naw.highway building-and then I continued by'visiting your new compensation office. And I must say tha it was terrible. It gave one the awfu' sensation of suddenly being envelopes in'the 'Underworld.' "I am an old-line Democrat, a World War veteran and am leader of the Washington County Home Own ers and Farmers Taxpayers League Wo unanimously supported you In 1934, and the Democratic ticket ever since. 'However, more than three years of your administration have rolled by, and notwithstanding that you promised us great things in the form of tax relief for" our homes and farms, yet, Just "what'have you doni about it? If you or the much-men tioned -'Mr. So and So' have don anything to ease my burdens and h help me get employment by whlc! to pay my five years' back taxes then-1 would like to know what i has been. "The Great" Judgment Day wi soon be here for you fellows on Capl tol Hill, and the voters In this county are not all foreigners. · What argu ment shall we USD in your behalf? The letter was signed "E. B. lama Coal Commission Asks for Specific Price Complaints By United Prew. WASHINGTON, Feb. 11.--The National Bituminous Coal Commis- ion today called upon complaining oft coal consumers to state "in full etail" the specific prices or mnrket- ng regulations to which they object nd to produce witnesses and documentary evidence to support their ontentions. The demand was made by C. F. Hosford, Jr., commlssi6n chaiiman, as the hearing went into its third ;ay. Hosford complained the consumers objecting to coal price min- ma were dealing in "generalities." -Objecting consumers include New York State, City of New York, Cleveand,-Richmond, Va., St. Louis, Rochester, N. Y., and several large industries. They have demanded sus- ension of the commission's price ixing orders, contending the orders are illegal because they were iiot prefaced by "adequate" public hear- ngs as required by the Guffey Act, Chair Flood Proof. ALVISO, Cal.,- Feb. 11.--Anxious neighbors entered the rain-ftoodec home of Mrs. A. Quong, 80, fcarfull searched for her. Mrs. Quong sa Impassively in a chair suspended b ropes from the ceiling. ONE KILLED, TWO HURT AS MOLTEN STEEL EXPLODES By United Pre*s. CORAOPOLIS, Feb. 11.--One man was dead, another in a critical condition nnd a third less seriously injured after an explosion of molten steel ot the Lewis Foundry nnd Machine Company at Grovcton. Fabio Hozzi was fatally burned as he sat in the cnb of th" 1 crane with which he was pouring whllc-hot steel into a ladle. The liquid metal struck some foreign substance in the ladle, it was believed, and exploded upward. Rozzi, 43, died n lew minutes later at the plant hospital. His flesh burned off in places where the molten steel spewed upon him. Says f. R/s Speech Can Only End With Humiliation of War Hockey Player Oddly Starred. WINGHAM, Ont., Feb. 11.--The "local boy who made good In the big city" had nothing on Murray Munro, former Kincardine hockey player. The following error appeared in a newspaper: "Murray Munro is starring on the forward line in a black coat with Persian lamb trimmings and black hat with matching accessories." By United WASHINGTON, Feb. 11.--Fred- cnck J. Llbby, executive secretary of the National Council for Prevention of War, told the House Naval Affairs Committee Thursday that President Roosevelt, In referring to "quarantines" at Chicago, "embarked on a policy of threat and bluff which can end only in humiliation or war." lie opposed the President's $600,000,000 bigger navy program, which calls for 47 additional fighting ships, as "a definite step on the road to war." Venerable Pheasant Dies at 18. LONDON, Ont,, Feb. 11.--TooUy- Wootsy, a golden pheasant in Springbank Zoo, died at the venerable ngc of 16, in the full bloom of her maturity. Tootsy, however, has been immortallrcd nnd the splendor ot her golden crest Is now on display In a city hall office. Saturday Only Up to $32.50 grades --ond'o extra pair -.-.of pants-FREE F Sults for young fellows andltheirj'dads.." Conservative" styles or sports- back. New -worsteds and cassimeres in smart pat- --"-ternefand colorsT Arrow and Lion -Brand reguriar-$l'.65'iand-$2.00: grades Jlegnlar $1.15 Winter UNION SUITS 79c 131 West Crawford Avenue. Nationally known makes at a sensational low price! Full cut, well tailored, carefully finished. Plain colors and patterns. All sizes. $4.00 and $4.50 ORESS OXFORDS Black and new tans. All leather oxfords in smart, comfortable styles. Phone 42 THE MIRACLE FRUIT Far-off Hawaiian Pineapple Plantations Comes This Golden Fruit To Your Palate, In Scores of Miraculous Dishes. COFFEE Mild--Mrllow uice Spears Gems Tid Bits =.' Peas Sauer Kraut SPRY C CIX VKtt PARK nif X* - 25c 2 sss 35c Toikt Paper Matches £ CtOVER FARM 1 L 6 *"" Om SS* 6 Mushrooms DA.WH Pork and Beans 25c 29c 25c ·£*· lOc Apple Sauce ctxtvm rAJux 2 ££ 7.9e Wheat Puffs %\S"2 «- 17c Btieat Hakes lEKS" 2**~19c Rice Puffs "KS5 1 2 ».* 19c Lunch Rolls £££" 2 **· 19c Tomatoes £oroa '£g° 15c R I C E 3~I3c C A T S U P 3 ar- 25c CUCNDAUC F L O U R Fnrpo** ] 93c TU, All rnrpo.* _ Back... Peanut Butter · 1 -"~" ^ 25c Macaroni """'"'"' Corn Flakes £»?£ Chocolate Drops ^*|_ · 0X11K. wherries ciiocoiate Banquet Tea «M Salmon Apple Butter a* L*. no* i.rr Lb. Box lOc 27c 54 "- 25c z-190 CONVENIENT OPENER Wild Each Aaottmml. It's there tohcn. needed!] HANDY PANTRY, ASSORTMENT CLOVER FARM PORE' JELLY TWELVE GLASSES SEVEM DEL1CIOUSLY DIFFERENT FLAVORS.' The Flavor Yoa Need What Yoa Need Itt EIWSO.. .Ige. pkg. 20c PL.KBS Igo. pkg. 23c T.HX SOAP 3 ban 20c . SOAP 3 bars 20c l.n». FLAKES...2 sml. 19c RINSO 2 sml lOe SUNSHINE Krispy Crackers MAOAIIOON Bar Cookies Tru-Blu Cookies 19c . 33c MEAT SPECIALS sp^elally Fly PMcr* Tnrktnc . , SLICED DRIED BEEF RING LIVER PUDDING OI'D KAPdIION'KO HEARTH BAKED LOAF THICK)* g riesf Sees Birth Rate Cut If Feminists Receive Equal Rights By United Pr«s. WASHINGTON, Feb. 11.--A Cathie leader advised five mole senators i a room full of women that to grant feminist demands for an "equal rights" amendment to the v Constitu- tlon would mean Jewer babies lor America. Rt. Rc^r. John A. Ryan of the National/ Catholic Welfare Council told the [Senate Judiciary Committee that "one of the causes of the declining birta rate is the prc -ence ot ma-- rled women in industry." S TRIKINGLY smart, NEW Spring accessories ... the perfect com-, plement for your classic tailleurt Go tailored, go feminine, go elegantly' ladylike with these stunning accessories. Sparkling New HANDBAGS $1.00 Shiningly chic with your suit . . . glossy patent bags I Smartest shapes. Newest colors. , · Sheer Ringless HOSIERY 79c,.$U5 Beautifully sheer, stockings in lovely shades. Well reinforced. · Smart Spring G L O V E S $1.95 ,, $3.95 Hand stitched details! New wrist trims! Suede- like fabrics, bengalines. All colors. · New Spring Boutonnieres 39c»,$1.00 Flowers with a freshly picked look . . . very chic on suit lapels. Wida choice. · Lovely New NECKWEAR S0co$1.00 Crisp dainty neckwear you'll love! Piques, linens, organdies. White, pastels. · New Leather HANDBAGS $4.50 *. $10 New for Spring! Alligator and grain leather bags. · Eye-Cutching J E W E L R Y $1.00 Gypsy-colored jewelry to make you gay I Necklaces, pine, bracelets. New Spring S C A R F S $1.00 A brilliant array of prints, solids ! Ascots, triangles. /Silk, s h e e r wools. LADIES' DEPARTMENT CONTINENTAL STORE

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