The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 16, 1938 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 16, 1938
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNETXSVILLE, PA. PAGE NINE. County Entitled to 86 EnroSees in Citizens Military Training Camp Fayette county is entitled to 86 cnrollecs at the Citizens Military Training Camps during the summer training periods of 1038, it was announced at headquarters of the k. Third Corps Area at Baltimore. Under this year's C. M. T. C. program, the cnrollecs finally accepted will receive four weeks training from July 13 to August 11 In one of a half dozen Army posts All expenses and living costs are paid and all uniforms and equipment supplied by the regular Army. Age limits for basic (beginning) students range from 17 to 24. Blues (fourth year men) will be accepted at the age of 29. All students interested in filing application for the work are requested to see one of the following procurement men in Fayctte county: Earl S. Arcford, Uniontown, chairman; E. J. Tllton, Brownsville; George C. Brown, Masontown; Harold Stauffer, Conncllsvllle, and Dr. S. A. Baltz, Eustace H. Bane, I. Burdcttc Coldrcn, Chad I*. John, J. L. Lancaster, R. 13. Moslcr, Clark R. Nickerson and James R. Smith., all of Uniontown. Father A. W. Forney Spiritual Director 0! Holy Name Society PITTSBURGH, Feb. 16.--Rev. A. \V. Forney has been named spiritual director of the Holy Name Society in the Pittsburgh diocese of the Roman Catholic Church by Bishop Hugh C. Boyle. He succeeds the late Rev. James M. Delaney, killed in an automobile accident last October. Father Forney will have charge of retreats, lay activities and organizational work of the society, objects of which are to promulgate the divinity of Christ, preserve clean speech and combat blasphemy and perjury. Mrs. Maust's Funeral. The funeral service for Mrs. Ellra- beth B. Maust was held Sunday afternoon at the home, 811 West Crawford avenue, with Hev. L. S Elliott, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiating. Pallbearers were Lyell L. Buttermorc, Ewmg Harmon, J. W. Carlton, A. R. Marshall, Paul Walker and Ralph F. Sliger. Interment was In Hill Grove Cemetery. Four Found Guilty Of Swindling Former Uniontown Resident NEW YORK, Feb. 16.--William J. Graham and James C McKay, pic- ,urcd by the Government us the owners, "lock, stock and barrel,",of the underworld of Reno, Ncv, were found guilty with two of their three co-defendants of operating an international swindling ring. The Federal Court jury that brought in a verdict after the juries in two previous trials had disagreed deliberated 27 hours and four minutes. It found Graham, McKay Boles Heed of Phoenix, Ariz, nnc Allen F. Comer of Sioux City, Ida. guilty on all charges of mall fraud and conspiracy against them. It acquitted Thomas J. O'Dell, alias Sloan, of New Britain, Conn. The four found guilty face possible maximum sentences of 17 years imprisonment and fines of $13,000 each when they arc brought before retired Supreme Court Justice Willis Vim Devater, sitting as a Federal Court Judge. At that time counsel for Graham arid McKay will move to set aside the verdict and file notice of appeal If this Is overruled. The Government charged Graham and McKay were the "brain-trustcrs 1 In a fraudulent pay-off ring which reaped $2,500,000 from victims, including Miss Kathryn Beeson o Pittsburgh and New York, formerly of Uniontown, Fayclte county, Pa. TWO MAKE PAROLE APPLICATIONS UNIONTOWN, Feb. 16--Applicn- tion for a parole has been made by Kmcst Feelo, convicted racketeer and Jimmy Paul, former deputy sheriff. Judge H. S. Dumbauld set a hear ing for February 26 at 10 A. M, Wlndbcr Woman Die*. SOMERSET, Fob.'16,--Mrs. Eliza' both Boross Rlchdalsky, 49," wife o Steve RIchdalsky of Wlndbcr, died Sunday in Wlndber Hospital whore «hc had been a patient since ccmbcr 14. She leaves her husbam and eight children. The funeral masi will be held Wednesday morning. SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK By RJ.S..OTT CARD FOR, MA-I1_IM3 A. P05-TAX CARO IS PR.IUTE.D WORD, A. ROOF OVEJt A. pie.-ftiRE.o coS'fA RICA'S HEW 2. COWHCHT iwt. KING riATUMi SYNDICATE. i«c James J, Quinn Buried With Military Honors The funeral for James J. Quinn, World War \cleran, was held Friday morning with u prayer at the home followed by requiem hich mn« at Immaculate Conception Church \\ith Rev. Henry Gelbcl as ctlcbrnnt Full military rites were nccorded him at the St. Joseph's Cemetery by mem- ben of Waller E. Brown Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wrs. E R. Armcn tvas chnplnln and the tiring squad In charge of Joseph Cirard j included' F. S Durtt, Joel Str.iun, Milton Builcy, Leo Yoswick, A L. Donlcy, Alex Jaziolk, W. E DeBolt and Patsy Uuso. PallbenrcM were Jnmcs Mull.mcy, S J Hirry. Jr, John Burns, Hnrry Smith. A L. Mc- Co-ihln and Jesse RiKKe- Color bearers were T. S. Pierce and Vrlll- iam Stirpa. Color guards were C A. NEW YORK CENTRAL INCOME ,IS LOWER By Un!l«l Prcu. NEW YORK, Feb. 10 --A decrease of more th»n J2,SOO,000 in uio 19J7 net income of the New York Central Railroad Company as compnrcd with 1936, wns disclosed In the comppn'« prtlimin.iry report, released todny. This placed not for the 12 months ended December 31, aft«r fixed chnrjjes, at $6,352,012, equal to 03 cents a shire of capital *tock, corr- parcd with $8,933,175. or $178 n share, the preceding year. For December there was a net lo*i of $550,766 against net income of $518 S39, or 11 cents a share, In December, 1D36 McCormicrt and Albert Tuni"y, with Keho Atkins nnd Anj!c!o Scucchi ns buglers Interment was in St. Joseph's Cemetrry. Dr. Mahoney Named On Board of Health Dr J. D. Mahoney or 402 South Ninth street. West Side, '« is elected a member of the Board of Health Monday night by City Council. Dr. Mohoney succeeds Dr. Stuart Scott, who removed from the West Side. Takes Ninth Husband. ELKTON, M d , Fob. 18--St Valentine's Day Monday found Mrs. Virginia Ovcrshincr Patterson Stark Blank (tho name of her third husband is secret) Sccger Gilbert Kahn Raymond Bromley honeymooning with husband No. 0, Charles B Uromlcy, 35, engineer of Atlanta, O n , where she was crowned Mis*! Gcorgi.i In 1824. Tho bride gave her oge AS 30. Steiwer and Green Believe G. O. P. Will New Mail Schedule Between Greensburg, Unior.lovft Offices \VA' ilKI.NGTON, Feb 16--The lufiicc Dopnitmcnt j, stir louto : mil soruct announced n new sched- ulv. for iUu route mill service bc- tvccn Gicrnsbuiji and Unlontow i ' - n of Sc"di!e nnrt Conicil - viile 1»K 1 1 . ' ' i ' . M ]ows Fait A Leave Greonsbuig daily except Sunday C A M : leave Giccnsbuij; raihoad station daily except Sunday on icccipt ot mail from tram due about 6.03 A. M , but not later th.m 7'30 A M ; ornve Uniontown in two hours; leave Uniontown daily except Sunday 9.45 A M ; arrive Greonsbuig by 11 35 A M Part B' Leave Giccnsburg daily except Sunday 12 35 p. M.; leave Grccnsbutg railroad station daily except Sunday on receipt of mall from trnin due about 12 37 P. M , but not later than 1 P. M.; arrive Uniontown in two hours; leave Uniontown daily except Sunday, 5 P. M.; arrive Greensburg by 7 P. M. GRECNSBUBG. Feb. 16.--Ex- Senator Frederick Sterner of Oregon, evprrs^od faith that Pennsylvania will decide whether America will "go on 01 go under" and return to the Republican fold in 1938 and 1040 at the Westmoreland coun- i' I-" i ./i birthday dinner Saturday nj«ht. His faith In the comeback of the G " .. JH the Keystone State was ;£conded by G Edward Green, Pittsburgh, State Republican chairman, ' sen he declared' "There i- no doubt in my rrund. that we arc going to elect a Republican governor in Pennsylvania this year. The only thing that can pi event it 15 a bitter, personal pri- maiy light. If the candidates conduct clean campaigns and the defeated candidate for governor can support the winner, wo can not only · elect a governor but the entire ticket." More than 600 diners cheered the utteunccs of Senator Steiwer and Chairman Green. It was the largest gathering of county Republicans since 1930. Practically every community In Westmoreland was represented. "Unwritten law" Divorce. CHICAGO, Feb. 16--Mrs. Ottilia Obingcr, 26, was awarded a divorce from her husband, Harry, who won an acquittal a year ago on an "unwritten law" plea in the murder ot Policeman Martin Condon. Testimony In the murder trial stated the woman's love affair with the officer had provoked the shooting. In winning her divorce on charges of cruelty, she Iniomi'd the court she had bWn "a good and faithful wife" and h'id given her husband no provocation for beating her twice. Looking for Bargains? If so, read the advertising columns LACK STRENGTH? Johns Minnie ohnstown. Pa.-- Mrm. , . Yery liltl« and dcpc poorly. X was to weaV I in» hardly able to do my bouieworki X nxrf Dr. Pierce'* Golden ttxl I kte better, gnufoaltr -- trained weicbt and itrenath and ilrpt -well." Bar it la Iimnd or tiblrt* from yottr drarcut today. New- WK. tablets SOc. See how oaoch stronger 700 tod After ntuijt Uu toxuc. SPRING COMES EARLIER-// You're Out of Debt! HtiVc o ««nttbl« plan · ·. Coniolfrfato Alt yowr bill* and ke«p Yovr local cr*dlt good. J*I a toon of coth to pay off your blggnt bill or a lot of fttlt* on**, and r«l«v« your mind of money worrtc*. Our* t* a KWONAUMd ··rvlto . . . Your chok* of Ail loan* piont, Pnyrntftli or* ad[uit*d to fit YOUR pockelbook. Strict privacy auutvd. Loam up to $300. Com* In of phon* NOW1 PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrorys. W. CiawXord Avc. Phono 34, Conncllsvillo. Your Unseen Friend, WJAS Saturday, 8 P. M. MIB nt ft *!· «· S« (Courtesy West Pcnn News) I read all the advertisements, There's not a one I miss; I study every testimonial Advising that and this. Now, I have routed old B. O. With Lifebuoy's cleansing suds; Upon my face I've plastered Just gobs of facial muds. I scour my teeth with Pepsodent To get that "gleaming smile"; And Listerine I always use To banish odors vile. I Lux my undies every night, I tub my hosies too. Use Ivory in my dishpan Else VDishpan hands'! I'll rue! And Coty's famous perfume I dab on here and there; I even add some Golden Glint When I shampoo my hair. I ought to be alluring, And seductive--I should be; But am I all of these things? Heck, no, I'm still just me! Now, had you read the trolley ads And practised what THEY preach You'd shll have something left to show, For SAVING'S what they teach! You Save As You Go--If You Go By Trolley PEW RfllLUJfW

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