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February 15, 1938

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TUESDAY, FEimXJARY 15, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILIB, PA. PAGE FTVET. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Nell Giles and daughter, Vcra, of MeKecsport, were Sunday guest: it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Giles of East Crawford avenue Mrs. Giles is a daughter-in-law of Mr. Giles. Card party, Junior Culture Club, benefit eye funcj. Thursday, Feb. I7th, Woman's Culture Club Rooms. Auction and contract bridge, "500" and bingo. Prizes, lunch. Admission SOc --Advertisement --14feb-4t Mrs. Joseph S ' nra of 936 Ninth street, East Side, returned Monday from a visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Gabriel Faber of Turtle Creek. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700 --Ad- vertisement--9oct-tf. Mrs. John Gaal and daughter, Phyllis, ot Vine street spent Sunday as guests ot the home of Mr Gall's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Lauerman, and other relatives at West Newton. Card party, tonight, St. Rita's School Hall, auspices Ladies, of Mount Carmel Sodality. "500," bridge and bingo. Door prize. Admission 35c Games begin at 8 30.-Advertisement --15feb-lt. Mrs. Elizabeth Cumpson of West Newton is the guest of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr.' and Mrs. J. j W. Frizzcll of Vine street j Take advantage of our annual February specials in quality dry cleaning. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners. -- Advertisement-12-feb- St. The condition ol H. M. Curry, who is ill at the home of his son-in-law and, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Mcllvainc of Wills road, is very much improved. * Card party, Junior Culture Club, benefit eye fund, Thursday, Feb 17th, Woman's Culture Club Rooms. Auction and contract bridge, "500" and bingo. Prizes, lunch. Admission 50c.--Advertisement --14fcb-4t. Miss Mary Frances Ralston North Pittsburg street went to Pittsburgh today to visit Attorney and Mrs. Austin L. Staley for a few days Mrs. Staley will be remembered as| Miss Eleanor Soisson of this city. Keystone Club, "500' and bingo, every Wednesday night, 8.30, Odd Fellows Temple, 25c.--Advertise- ment--15£eb-lt. Hev. C. G. Shupc, pastor of Trinity Reformed Chuich, attended a stewardship retreat of the ministers of the Westmoreland Classis, held today at Grecn^burg. IT. B. annual baked ham supper, Thursday, Fcb. 17th, 5 to 8 P. M. Adults GOc, children 40c.--Advertise- ment--15fcb-3t. Mrs. Robert O. Ymgst ot Brooklyn, N. Y., and Francis Yahner ot Chicago, who were called here by the death of their grandmother, Mrs. P. J. Hamgan of West Cedar avenue, left Sunday for their respective homes. Mrs. Ymgst is the former Miss Anna Mary Soisson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Whitney Soisson Aunt Het By ROBERT QU1LLEN "I never saw a fat_ woman's husband that wasn't a 'good liar, He gets used to havin' his wife ask If she looks as big as that other woman " Grim. Reaper William A. Mason Dies; Fell Month Ago at Ohiopyle William A Mason, 77 years old, of KcntucK, nc.ir Ohiopyle, one of tl e best-known farmers of that community, died at 5 30 o'clock Monday morr'ng at his home. About a month ago Mr. Mason tlipr and fell on a pavement at Ohiopyle. He was taken to Uniontown Hospital and lalci to his home He auffeicd ·» fracture of the hip, It WRS said, and complications developing from the fracture contributed to his'death. Mr Moson was born February 22, 77 years ago He is survived by the following children: Violet Mason of Ohiopyle, Freeman W, Mason of Pittsburgh, Lewis C. Mason of Brownsville. Oliver Mason of West Newton and Robert Mason of Ohjo- pyle. There are also four grandchildren One son, Frederick Mason, died in France during the World War. It was in honor of this son that the American Legion post of Ohiopyle -- Frederick Mason -- was named. The funeral service will be held * ^dnesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Ohiopyle Baptist Church with Rev F. S. Wortman, pastor, officiating. Our Population Is Aging, Drop in Births Marked of East Murphy avenue. Card party, Monday, February 21st, Immaculate Conception Social Hall, auspices "H. I. J. K." group, also door prize --Advertisement.-- 15fcb-lt. Miss Laura Belle Mclaughlin, clerk at the Connellsville Drug Store for the last 18 years, tendered^ her resignation, taking effect Saturday. Ladies Aux. So. C'VUle Firemen ·will hold covered dish supper Wed eve, Feb. 16th, Firemen's Room, 5:30 --25c.--Advertisement --15feb-H. I Mr. and Mrs. W. Howard Dean ot 1 Sycamore street have as their guest, A Hichard Dean of Boiling Ficld ; , Washington, D. C , where he is connected with the flying corps, until i Friday. Mrs. M. A. Dean, W. How, ard Dean's mother, returned to her homejn Garrett, Ind, Saturday after i a week's visit here. Miss Delia Green of Witter avenue has returned home from Morgantown, W. Va., where she visited her brother, Russell Green, who is seri- v ' ously ill at his home there. Mr. Green Is a former B. O. engineer anc Is well known here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Haincs and children, Arlcne, Eleanor and ' Audrey, motored to Homestead over the week-end and visited relatives. Charles Haincs and Earl R. Grindle MRS. SARAH BAKER REED Mrs Sarah Baker Reed, 66 years old, widow of Sampson Kcrr Reed, former residents of Connellsville, died Saturday nt Beaver after a brief illness ot pneumonia. Mrs. Reed, a native of Beaver and a daughter of Mrs Mary Baker end the late Captain Baker, was located In Connellsville for about 35 years while her husband'was manager of the White Rock Distilling Company here, the family living on South Pittsburg street. Mrs. Reed was n member of the Presbyterian Church and 'he Woman's Culture Club during her residence m Connellsvllic. About 20 years ago the Reeds moved to Grccnsburg where Mr. Reed died four years ago. Last summer Mrs. Reed went to Beaver to stay with her mother who is 84 years of age. Mrs. Heed Is survived by her mother, two brothers and one sister. The funeral service was held Monday afternoon vvlth interment being made in a Beaver cemetery. MRS. ROHM'S FUNERAL The funeral service for Mrs. Amanda E. Rohm ot Vandcrbllt will be held tomorrow afternoon i o'clock at the James Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church at Vandcrbilt Rev. Charles J. Bland, master, will officiate. Interment will ac made in Dlckcrson Run Union Cemetery. MRS. THEODORE ALDRIDGE Mrs. Ada Evelyn Aldridgc, 26 years old, wife of Theodore Aldridgc, died at 5 30 o'clock Monday evening nt the home of a sister on the Rcldmore road after a month's illness. The body was removed to the funeral parlors of Clyde B. Brooks at Indian Head where it was prepared for burial. NEW MONEY PLANS WIN APPROVAL Continued from Page One. much as foreigners were not withdrawing funds from the United States because of unsettled conditions abroad, the "money they received for gold sold to this Government invariably showed up as a bank deposit Hence, the borrowing was necessary to remove from circulation the amount of the bank deposit / t the same time, the Treasury suspended its usual procedure of sending to Federal Reserve banks gold certificates Issued against the gold acquired These certificates, in effect, replenished the Treasure's deposits by the amount they were drawn down by the payment for the gold The new program will not Involve the actual physical transfer of gold to the Federal Rcicrvc system. The Treasury merely will issue the gold certificates, and thus make additional funds available for government spending At the same time, money paid in acquiring gold will be nvall- at*2 for lending by banks in which it is deposited Both Republican and Democratic members of Congress praised the Treasury's action. "This is the first step in the right direction," said Senator Elmer Thomns, Democrat, Okla, currency expansionist far enough By LOGAN CLENDEMNO, M. D. THE PEOPLE of the United States aro becoming older When the machine ago camo in with tho creation of more goods, and better distribution o f Uio food supply, there was an enormous Increase- In population growth The d e v e l o p - ment of o u r knowledge , o f t h o Infccuoua diseases and; the public h e a l t h movement, especially the Improvement o f tho mlllc supply, Dr. deadening cut down tho death rate In Infancy «o that more people survive to the age o£ 20. Especially female children who rei.ched the child-bcarlne age, and all over tho world they added to tho population Because the United States offered such opportunities for expansion, young Immigrants from abroad were attracted to our shores, and resulted In a great population. But since 1020, other factors have entered Into the plctun. The machine age has created Its own problems of the struggle for existence Tho expansion of the United States had been pretty wcl limited. The Increased population had Itself raised competition to thj place «here prudent couples could not afford to bring largo fam'Iles Into tho world Whatever tho reasons, the facts aro after 1920 the ago group below (Ho year* no longer uas being fully replaced I- 1850. thos under 20 ears constituted ncarl' 0 per cent of tho population. 030, they constituted about 40 per ent. At the same time, there vero twice an many people in the United States over the age of 50 It Is estimated (by Hocker, Modley and Taylor in their new Graphic History of the United States") that by 1050, dO per cent if our population will be 45 years f age or over. Programs Blast Be Overhauled If this docs occur, It will mean 1 complete overhauling of our educational and Industrial programs Middle-aged people will mve to bo retrained for productive Iving. Although more people ore reaching the ago of 50, there is no evidence that the extreme limits of luman life span have been extended. We hear every once in a whllo of someone who has died at on age over a hundred Careful Investigations of such cases, however, have seldom, If ever, confirmed the claims made The limit of human age Is 100 years. In Stiff Fight Planned On Injunction Against . Minimum Coal Prices Mclnlyre nil! Be Buried Wednesday NEW YORK, Fob. ,15 --The body o£ O O. Mclntyio, columnist who provided millions fcf small-town icidcrs uith glamo/ou': word pic- tuici of New Yoik, Avill be removed tonight to his boyhcpd home at Gal- hpolls, Ohio, for burial tomorrow in Mound Hill Cemetery overlooking his Continued Item Page One technical grounds" The first legal counter move vvtib made by the commission lite vcbtci- doy Its attornc\, William H. Matthews, Jr. asked the Dktuct ot Colv ' Dun " "'" «··«·=«:£ °v« sorted the court h a d / n o juusdict.on to review the basic price orders of the commission A birmlir motion will be made today, Hosfoid said, m the case of the Associated industries c* New York which seeks an injunction. Hosford said definite steps to fight the major injunction obtained by 209 railroads vlll be decided to- VTTAMIN CONTENT OP FOODS Copies of Dr. Clcndcning'n recent article on the vitamin content of various foods may bo obtained by sending 10 cents In coin and a self-addressed envelope to Dr. Logan Ctendcntag, In caro of this paper. over two hundred years' experience, tho life Insurance compsnlci of Great Britain hac! only one Instance of a centenarian. Heredity Is the main factor In longevity. People uay it ta too late for that for mo now. True! You cannot Influence tho health of your pnrentj, but you can Influence the health DnrcnU way--the Brojdway whose neon lights vvcie like sparkling jewels to Mclntyre--until this evening. Mclntyrc died yesterday of a heart attack He would have celebrated his 54th bnthdny and 30th wedding mmvcrsaiy Fnday. Mrs Mclntyre, the former Maybellc Small of Gallipohs, will accompany the body of your children's day with probable legal action before nightfall The commission disclosed that it has received scores of telegrams from coal operators expressing the opinion that only continued enforcement of the act can save the industry from "utter chaos" and "complete demoralization." One telegram addressed to President Roosevelt and signed by three coal companies near Point Marion, Fa , said "The independent bituminous coal operators are broke and desperate. They pledged their last assets and f their homes in a desperate effort to I hang on until fixed prices were es- L tabllshcd If the old cut-throat com- | petition is again made possible, they I are ruined. They arc at the point where they cannot stand further punishment Please, Mr. President, support the National Bituminous Coal Commission, and do not allow .the price structure to be broken down " to Ohio. Cross Roads Scouts Entertain Fathers Booster Club Meets Friday. Southwest Booster Club, Junior Order of United American Mechanics, will hold Its annual meeting Friday night at 8 o'clock with Moycr Council. Officers and members of the district council and State Vice Councilor E. Kevin Mcars of Pittsburgh will be guests. Dies in Fall From Horse. NEW YORK, Feb. 15.--Business associates have been advised that Charles F. Whigham, 62, partner in the London firm of M-rgan, Grenfcll Company, Ltd., was killed In a fall from his horse at Purston, Nottingham, England. But it docs not KO It just applies to new gold coming in and doesn't mention the $1,200,000,000 fund of sterlizcd gold still cxWIng." Representative Wright Patman, Democrat, Tex., a leading foe of the sterilization program, expressed regret that the new action wasn't taken earlier and that not more gold was released '"Hie country Is In a tnilspm and something must be done," he declared. "It's a monetary problem, and while this may be only a flea bile, it Is a step in the right direction." Representative Hamilton Fish, Republican, N. Y , described the new policy as "very sound and wise" To Speak Tonight. Rev. Philip Seiberling of RufTsdalc will be the speaker tonight at the Youngwood teaching and preaching mission at the Youngwood United Brethren Church. A father and son banquet was held Friday night in tho troop cabin nt Prlttstown by members of Troop No. 8, Boy Scouts, of Cross Roads, Bull- skin township, with 31 persons In attendance. Frank W. Muiphy of Scottdale, a member of the high school faculty and former athletic coach, was the principal speaker, using as his theme 'Culver Military Academy." R. F. Darsle, advancement man of Zone Six, Wcslmorcland-Faycttc County Council, Boy Scouts, presented the advancements for the year to the various Scouts. From tenderfoot to second class, those advanced were William Bigley, Mclvln Bittncr, Eugene Harris, Robert Nicklow, Gilbert Crosby, Vincent Taylor and Harry Hcrsh- bcrgcr. presented as MODERN WOMEN Nt«l Not Suffer monthly pain and delay duo to . J JjaweffecU v«. relUblauxitivaQalckRtlltf Soldby ' ·UdruccataforoTcrSOyears. Atkfor t CHICHESTERS'RIUS'a "THI DIAMOND W BBAKD" , attended a banquet given at the William Penn Hotel Saturday night by the Mcsta Machine Company. Robert Hyatt Is confined to his home in East Gibson avenue with the grip. Mr. and Mrs. H. Goldenson and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith of Pittsburgh, visited Mrs. Goldenson's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. Merv is, ot West Green street Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Schmidle, Misses Mary Jane, Marjorle and Rebecca Herd and Viola Rice were among those from here who attended the A. A. A. dinner dance at the White Swan Hotel in Uniontown Monday evening. Merit badges were follows- Handicraft and safety, William Blglcy and Robert Lelchlltcr. Handicraft, Robert Nicklow, Mcl- vm Bittncr, Eugene Harris nnd Gilbert Crosby Guests, in addition to the fathers were Scottdale District Chiimmn Wesley J. Beadhng nnd Commissioner Frank Dixon. Scoutmaster Edgar Blgley presided. Daughter Born. Mr. and Mrs. Murly Haynes announce the birth of daughter Stork at Hospital. A son was born Monday at Connellsville State Hospital to Mr and Mrs Raymond Hart of North llth street, West Side. Rachel Barbara, at the home, 603 North Proipcct street at 3 45 o'clock Saturday afternoon The new amva is the seventh child In the family Mis Haynes was formerly Miss Saiah Campbell. Tax Examiner at Courthouse. UNIONTOWN, Fcb 15--J. N Naples, tax examiner of the Slat Department of Revenue, will be the courthouse tomorrow to .iflorc Faycttc county citizens their flna opportunity to file State pcisona property tax. William Haffield, Former Unioniown Mayor, Fall Vidim UN1ONTOWN, Fcb 15--Found ilccdlng and unconscious at the foot f the first floor slops, in the Strick- cr-Hcis building at 8 o'clock this morning, former Mayor William C. latOeld, 70 years old, died at 10 25 I'clock in Uniontown Hospital. He was believed to have fallen mckvvards as he ascended the stairway to visit friends in the building. le never regained consciousness. His kull was fractured. Due to the fact that his glasses till remained unbroken on his face, nvcstigators say that he fell back- vard instead of forward. Mr. Hatficld had left the hospital only yesterday. He had been rcceiv- ng treatment. He was mayor of Unlonto\vn from 1030 to 1934 Recently he resided in ho Exchange Hotel Before he re- jred Mr. Hatficld wai head of the Hatfleld Hook store. He was a charter member ot Uniontown Elks. I Patronlrc those who advertise No Wonder You Are Constipated! What do you cat for breakfast? Coffee, toast, maybe somo eggs? What do you cat for lunch nod dinner? Bread, meat, potatoes? No loondcr you're constipated-due to lack of "bulk." And "bulk." doesn t mean tho amount you cat. It means the kind of food that forms a soft, bulky mau In the bowels. It's this mass that helps your bowels move The common cense thine to do about it is to cat a natural laxative food. Kcllogg's All-Bran for breakfast will give you Just the' bulk" you need. And it gives you, hi addition, Nature's great intestinal-tonic, vitamin Bi. Eat this crunchy toasted cereal etcry day, drink plenty of water, and Hie will be brighter for you! All- Bran is made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. Sold by every grocer. Headaefcei, naoralfie, functional Periodic nd other Inorganic pains yield quickly to Capudlne llclnc liquid, Capualne 1 ! Intrtdlenlj aro already dlitoWed, ready to act. It restore! comfort to effectively toe- eaoM It quickly rtllciei tho pain and Kxithfj tenie nerm.Try It and come back railing. No narcotlca. Ease CAPUDINE Last Times Today ·FAITH BALDWIN'S ' ·· WALTER ABEL-FRIEDA 1NESCORT · "NEIL HAMILTON· HEATHER ANGEL ; RUTH DONNELLY-BARBARA PEPPER --PIUS-The Nation's Favorite Singer BJNG CROSBY "B1LLBO~ARD GIRL" ALSO LATEST WORLD NEWS and Thursday--Tno Big Tcnturcs "PAROLE RACKET" ·nlth Paul Kcllj- Bosillnd Keith "HIGH HAT" --Starring-Franklin Panghorn Esther Muir Dorothy Dare EXTBA! EXTRA!! Given JIN oy every Saturday a BIG bicycle. Save ticket stubs e'^cn with every paid admission and take home a bicycle lor your boy or girl! These bicjcles will be given away every Suturdaj, so bo sure to saie all your ticket itiibb, ghcn each day except FRIDAY. THE NEW TODAY and TOMORROW to the island paradise where nature's anger and the law's vengeance struck at the fleeing lovers . . , magnificent drama from the authors of "Mutiny on the Bounty". DOROTHY L A M O U R · JON H A L L MARY ASTOR · C.AUBREY SMITH THO2 MITCHELL-RAYMOND MASSEY Directed by JOHN FOKI R E L E A S E D T H R U U N I T I D A R T I S T S Comedy News Selected Shorts C03IIXG SATUIUUY! The BUCCANEER' CONNELLSVILLE'S BEST ENDS TODAY CARTOON Plus LATEST NEWS JIMMY F IDLER'S PARADE. TOMORROW--THURSDAY--FRIDAY TAG ALONG WITH THIS 'r-j Forlickety-split.uproariousfun ... as two gay moderns (and Ossified Oscar) bounce from love and watered soup in a Bohemian attic to hisses and champagne breakfasts in a Park Avenue penthousel Also "BEHIND THE CRIMINAT/ (Crime Docs Not Pay Scries) --TRAVEL---CARTOON-- --I/ATEST NEWS-- co/nedy ··« nui jji vo ,, ] « r S* Portrait Photograph of Robert 3ront . gojnorj.

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