The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 16, 1938 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 16, 1938
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1'AOE spix. THE DAILY COURIKR, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 133S. PERSONAL MENTION Miss Evelyn Donnndio visited her I sister. Miss Sylvia, a s-tudent nurse ' at Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh. Sunday. Card paity, Junior Cultuic Club, i benefit eye fund. Thursday, Feb. i 17th, Woman's Culture Club Rooms.] Auction and contract bridge, "500" I and bingo. Prizes, lunch. Admission | 50c.--Advertisement,--14feb-4t. Miss Viola Bordas of Vandcrbill j is visiting friends at Waynesburg. On Wednesday evening she attended a military ball given at the Schenlcy Hotel, Pittsburgh, by Duquesne Uni- virsity. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--9oct-tf. Mrs. Frank K Bailey of Ohiopylc, who was recently discharged from the Uniontown Hospital, continues to improve at her home. Mrs. ISailey underwent an operation. Take advantage oi our annual February specials in quality dry cleaning. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners. -- Advcitisement.-liMeb- 5t. - Mrs. John Duggan, Jr., and. daughter. Miss Elinor L., of South Pittsburg stieet spent the day in Pitts-j Aunt Het I By ROBERT QUILLEN "The women I know are safer drivers than the men, but I never saw a woman that had any idea what her back wheels was doin' when she backed." AUSTRIA BQWS:| Grim Reaper TO NAZIS; WAR AVERTED Continued from Pago One. turning point. · Schuschnigg and President Miklas, it was said, saw themselves facing the alternative: Chaos or submission to the demands of the Austrian Nazis who had the friendship of the powerful German Nail party. j In deciding on the peaceful course, it was said, the chancellor and the pi esident followed the advice of their Italian friends and allies. It would have been tho easiest way out for SchuschnigB to have resigned, to have,left it for other men \o steer new course. If he remained in office, it wus said, it was because he felt that a change in the prime ministry at this moment might have meant internal strife--started -not necessarily by Austrian Nazis, but perhaps by elements opposed to them. CLYDE W. HEWLETT Clyde William Hewlett, colored, 24 years old, died at his home, 502 East Gibson avenue, at 12:30 o'clock | Tuesday afternoon after an illness of four weeks. · He was born at Charleroi June 8. 1813, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Hewlett. The family moved here in 1921. Clyde graduated from Connellsvillc High School with the Class of 1933. He was a member of the Unioni Baptist Church and was | Many Attend Funeral For Attorney Higbee Largely' attended was the funeral service for Edward Carter Higbee. Card "party, Junior Culture Club, N benefit eye fund, Thursday, Feb. j 17th', Woman's Culture Club Rooms., Auction and contract bridge, "500"' ·and bingo. Prizes, lunch. Admission' 50c.--Advertisement.--I4feb-4t. j Mrs. Bcrwyn F. Herbert is ill 01 Fayette county's leading barrister, quinsy at her home in Race street , held Tuesday afternoon at the home, U. B. annual baked ham supper; ] 1131 South Pittsburg street. Rev. Thursday. · F.eb. 17th. 5 to 8 P. M. I Karl H. J. Schoenborn, paslor of Adults 80c, childien 400.--Advertise- I First Presbyterian Church, and Dr. ment.--15feb-3t. I William H. Hetrick, pastor of Trin- Miss Lilyan Mervis. who undcr- | ity Lutheran Church, officiated. The went an appendicitis operation at! courthouse at Uniontown was closed the Connellsvillc State Hospital, re-' for the funeral and members of the turned to her home in West Green! Fayette County Bar Association at- street today. tended in a body as did the judges. February Frolicking Fair. First M. I Among others who attended were K Church. Friday, February 18th. I many judges and lawyers ot West- Hours 8 to 10 P. M. Benefit Junior I crn Pennsylvania. Choir. Price 25c.--Advertisement*. 16feb-2t. BERLIN. Feb. 16.--Field Marshal Hermann Goehring today summoned the Na/.l Reichstag to meet at 1 P. M. Sunday to hear Fuehrer Adolf Hitler make his promised dcclaiation on foreign affairs. Goehring's announcement, made in his capacity of president of the Reichstag, came while Nazis celebrated -joyously what they regarded as an outstanding victory in the rc- orgonuatlon of the Austuan govern- was fatally mjuicd Tui- t,iy moinmg i Vonolahlo whon.ho fell down a flight of slain, I '68813816 at the Stnckler-lless building. Bun;il I will be made lit Brownsville. ! The body will remain at the John- j ston chapel in Noith Gallatm avenue t \mlil 11 o'clock Thursday morning when it will be taken to the church. , Mr. Hatficld is survived by a Meeting Tomorrow At Flalwoods Hall and two nephews. His wife died in 1933 and two bi others picccdcd him in der-th. an 'active worker in School. the 'Sunday Besides his parents, he Is survived by one sister, Gladys, at home. ' The funeral will be held Friday afternoon with a prayer at the home at 12:30 o'clock, followed by a service at Union Baptist Church at 1 o'clock with Rev. L. H. ' Colvln, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Hill Grove Cemetery. SIRS. ALDKIDGE'S FUNERAL The funeral service for Mrs. Ada Jvclyn Lyons Aldridgu will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at he Pentecostal'Church at Reidmore. . Earl Hammel will officiate. Jurial will be made in Mount Olive Cemclcry. WILLIAM T. MOORE XJNIONTOWN, Feb. 16.--Rounding out almost 93 years of a full life after following hih own recipe for longevity of "just live simply and do all things in moderation," William T. Moore, one of the oldest residents of Uniontown, died at noon Tuesday at his home at 193 Lincoln street. He had lived here 83 years. Mr. Moore was born in Hochkisscn, near Wilmington, Del., and when 10 years of age came to Fayette county. For a time he worked in a general store and Inter was salesman for a monument company. mcnt. ' He is survived by his wife and Hitler's speech was the only item i fiv e children, on the Reichstag's for its special meeting, and the Austrian reorganization was expected to loom large, in the speech. Nazi;, awaited the speech eagerly. · I Pallbearers were Edward S. Hig' bee, \V. Brown Higbce, Donald M. Miss Mary Louise Coll has re- j Uigbee, -Harold W. Stauffcr and turned to Seton Hill College at Joseph Whiteley. Interment was in Grccnsburg having spent the _weck-! Sylvan Heights Mausoleum at Un- cnd at her home street. See the .sensational ncweit "Swing" frocks, boleros, pleats and "Gjjuchos."' ' New shades and prints. Princess i Shop.--Advertisement.--16feb-3t.. ; Mrs. Grant Blackwell of Dunbar, who is a patient at the Conncllsville State Hospital, is getting along nicely. . ..' .' Westinghouse Air Brake Male Chorus,- Christian Church, February 17th, 8 P. M. Admission 15c and 25c. --Advertisement.--IGfeb-ltx. Miss Rose Sine of West Crawford avenue visited in Pittsburgh Sunday. | "500" «nd bingo, P. H. C. Hall, j Thursday night, 25c. Lunch.--Ad- I vertisement.--lUfeb-lt. * Russell Lunnen hat, returned to i Canton. Ohio, -where he is employed. He viMtui his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David A. Lunnen, of North Tenth street for a few days. Cafeteria. Christian Church. Thurs. day, 11:30 to 1:00 and 5:00 to 7:00.-- Advcrticirr.cnt.--16feb-lt. Mrs. Stella Davidson of Alliance, Ohio, is visiting hoi nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph David- 'son of Hyndman street, South Con- nellsvillc. Slight' improvc'mcnt in the condition of Mrs. Elsie Yaw Brodcrlck, who is at the Hospital with a blood v stream infection, is reported. She was given another blood trcnsjusion today. In West Apple I lontown. The Masonic order conducted a. service there.' Jury Commissioner 111. Jury Commissioner John Brownfield of Uniontown has gone to the Veterans Hospital at Asplnwall for treatment. LONDON, Feb. 1C.--A diplomatic spokesman in close touch with Austrian affairs told the United Press toddy that Premier Benlto Mussolini "undoubtedly has renounced protection of Austria and is paying the price for contimiancc of the Rome- Berlin axis." Summarizing the situation, The funeral service will be held Friday afternoon at 2, o'clock in Johnston chapel. Burial will be made in Oak Grove Cemetery. MRS. MARY A. MITCHELL Mrs. Mary A. Mitchell, mother of Ruple J. Mitchell, a member of the Dunbar Township High School faculty, died Tuesday morning at 2 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Donna Fazcnbakcr at Addbon, with whom she had been residing. The funeral service will be held the! Thursday afternoon at the Fazcn- spokesman said that previously Germany had obtained no advantages from the Italian-German plan of collaboration. "The monarchist movement in Austria," he said, "has received a severe setback and Archduke Otto's chances of restoration, which were bright in recent years, arc considered definitely vanished. baker home. Burial will be made in the family plot in Addlson Cemetery. HATFIEUD SERVICE UNIONTOWN, Feb. 1^-Simplieity will mark the funeral service Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in St Peter's Episcopal Church for former Mayor William C. HatQcld, 70, who 44-Hour Law inoperative Under Court Injunction Continued from Pago One. pioximately 800 other intervenera. The taxpayer's' suit, argued over objections of Deputy Atorncy General Edward J. Friedman, prevents Bashore and the board Irom employ-, ing their time or nny of their em- ployes time in enforcing the act. Jt was said. - - - - · · _ ; : . Judge Shcely's decision has no effect on the wprncn's' 44-ho6r weclc law which became effective' September 1. Bashore placed the gcn-w cral work week law in effect December 1. ' ~ ~ Meantime, test.ot the act's constitutionality continued in the original suit before Shccly.'_ . . · . - - ~ Gilbert J. Krausr, counsel lor the' Pennsylvania Federation '· ot Labor admitted in the suit, said he believed tr : .court had no right to grant an injunction preventing an executive branch of the government from performing its duties. HARRISBURG, Fob. 16--Governor George H. Earle directed Attorney General Charles J. Margiotti (oday to take an immediate appeal to the State Supreme Court from the" Dauphin' county court's preliminary injunction restraining any enforcement of the general 44-hour work week law. Lalrobc Mlllacc Unchanged. Latrobc council fixed its tax levy for 1038 at 14 mills', the same as last year. SATt'WJUY, FEBRUARY 10 Round Trin 55.75 NEW YORK Round Trip $5.25 Philadelphia !/· (\innellsrille 10:12 1. M. Uotnni Sunday-?Tijrlit. . A FULL DAY KOR ~SIGHTSEEING Consult Ticket Awm for brUiHs. TO-DAY TOMORROW AJTD FRIDAY CONNELLSVILLE'S BEST TO-DAY TOMORROW AM) FRIDAY THREE TOP-FLIGHT FUN STARS GO GAY! LINLKY LOIIU SCOTTDALE, Feb. 16.--Linley , 64 years old, o£ Loucks avenue, died this morning at Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant. He lad been a patient there for some time. MRS. MARIA A. SAGES Mrs. Mai la Antonm Sages, 74 years old, widow of Domimck Sages, died Tuesday morning at her home in Uniontown. BUILDING SECRECY RESUMED BY U. S. WASHINGTON, Feb, 16.--The Navy reversed a 13-year policy and decided to keep secret the progress of its waiship construction. Officials did not say whether the purpose was to keep such informa- HOLD DINNER For the mist several vc-irx it In*' Appioximatell 150 persons Tucs- oi the past sevciai ycat s it Has, n attcn ed the annual dinner been the plan of the Fayette County, o£ the Ncw H l, vaa Hoso company Agricultural Extension Service to conduct a one-day school for local home gardeners! and commercial vegetable glowers. ( Because of the popularity of this event it has been. master! and Fii omen's Band at Greenwood Methodist Episcopal Church. After the turkey dinner an cxtcm- was to scheduled again j for this year and will be held in the Curfew Grange ' Among those who spoke were -·. i Mayor Ira D. Younkin, former Judge . , Hall at Flatwoods Thursday, Feb( Thoymas Hudsorii lormer Jadsc j. iiiary 17. i Dcwi0n Judges H. S. Dumbauld and , The meetings will start promptly w Russcll C a f r Councilmen Abe I. at 10 o'clock »n the morning with Danicls and Pau i.H. Beighlcy, As- two distinct sessions. The program scm blyman Matthew J. Welsh, Jesse for the morning session will con-1 stcwart of Turtle Creek, formerly of. centrate on disease control, seed j connellsvillc, Chief Gailbraith of treatment and plant growing. Thej McKccs Rocks, Rev. M. L. Cadwcll, aftcinoon session will be devoted to pastor of the Christian Church, Pat a discussion of new things in vegetable production and how they affect Fayette county. H. W. Rankln, plant disease specialist from the Pennsylvania State College, and W. B. 'Nissley, F. Hynes v recorder of deeds, Pro- thonotary *Jonn J. Brady and County Treasurer H. Dan Mincrd. At the conclusion of the short talks, Chief William E. DeBolt introduced other guests. Music was furnished by the Fire- vegetable specialist also from the college will be the -speakers on the , m ^"" B ^ under""'tire "direction" of day s program. Growers planning | Halry Hush aml by Butls . Littlc Band, directed by Arthur to attend both the morning and afternoon sessions are requested to .bring their own lunch as no arrangement has been made to serve lunch as has been done in the past. Although vegetable production is limited in Fayette county due to the soil and water conditions farmers who have level land icadily adapted tion from foicign governments. They, to vegetable production find this type merely s-ald they were acting "in the interest of the public welfare." of farming profitable and arc urged to attend the meeting. by H. Phuntck. Included in the entertainment were performances by nine- year-old Clarence Connors of Scottdale and Miss Elsie Atkins, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Atkins of this city. The Scottdalc lad rendered a cornet solo, running over the difficult notes of "Columbia Polka" with a mastery that astonished the large gathering. Miss Atkins sang a solo number. ,,,, HELEN V1NSON Mickey RODNEY- Monty WOOLLEY DtracUd by Ocorgi Fltxmouric* FREE!! To the Ladies: See This landslide of Limits mid Deceive A. t'orirnlt l'liotoprn|i)i nf ]£ol»er 31 9:00 P. M.--CASH NIGHT--9:00 P. THE NEW LAST TIN9ES TWO DAYS TOMORROW » FRIDAY TWO DAYS LANDID JUT ON Htf BACK.' The Cinema City with its goofy gags and gorgeous gals--certainly took a fall out of the milk-toast banker who tried to make it all add up to dollars and sense... He finds it more complicated than Einstein until that beautiful little extra girl teaches him tho'ropes...' WALTER L E S L I E J O A N HUMPHREY B O G A R T ALAN MOWBRAY - " M A R L A SHELTON' C. HENRY GORDON · JACK CARSON Diracttd by TAY GARNETT Scmnplay by OENC TOWNE and GRAHAM tAKER from Th» Saturday tv«ntn0 Poll ilory by Ctar«nc* Budinglon Ktllond. avISOf'of "Mr. Dtcdl OoM to Town" J.Joi.d Dim U N I T E D A f t F J S T S Coming Saturday--"THE

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