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PAGE SIXTEEN 1 . DAILY COUHIER PA. 1039 Streams in Confluence Region Restocked With Three Species of Trout Spccial to The Courier CONFLUENCE Mai 3--The Tin - keyfoot Fis i and Game Association oÂ£ Confluence iecei\cd 3000 trout Tuesday fiom the Rejnoldsdale hatchciy They included rairbow, brook and blown tiout and uere dis- tnbu ed in Lauiel Hill creek "Whi es crock Sandy run md Diakeoun lun, all streams located n this vicinity President Joseph C itchiield said that more will be leceived in the near future S i earns hereabout aie noted especnllv among spoilsmen of both Connellsville and Uniontown Lutheran Class Meets The Pollyanna Cl iss of the Lu- theian Chinch held itb Febiuaiy j meeting at the home of Mary Da\is last week Aftci a short business meeting a lunch was seived by the hostess There weie eight membeis and the teacher. Mis Henry Keidel, piesent The Maich meeting will be held at the home of Mrs Jessie Hmgei Pugh Entertains Bridge Club The Bi-Monthlj Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs Pauline TTiantz Monday evening There were four tables oi bridge and one of Chinese checkers Puzes weie won by Mis Margaret Spungci draw Mrs Hany Hanna, high Mis Rule Black consolation and tia\elmg Miss Ruth Yenling a guest from Somerset There were 10 membeis piesent. Guests V, ere Miss Martha Sipe of Someiset, Miss Helen Oglme Maij Whitney, Doiothy Hopwood Sara Wilson, Evelyn Austine, Mrs Hazel Folk Julia Fiazee and Alice Brown, all of Confluence After the games a lunch was served by the hostess Railroad Repairs Bridge The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at the present time is working on its bridge at the lowei end of Confluence One of the end piers sank, due to ice and floods in lecent eir^ and it is being leplaced entuely Workmen from Connellsulle and Umor- town are doing the woik Dam Drillers Transferred Dnlleis who were working on the proposed dam site heie are now located in Johnstown U1 equipment has been moved theie Woik started theie this week Pcrsonils 7H and Mis Lawrence Kui iz. \v ei e business \isitois in Tjmontown Mon- cljy Di G B Hopwood a id Di H P Mejers attended a banquet of the American Medical Association held in Somerset recently Miss Reba Pole, a teacher in the Connellsville region, was visiting her parents, Mi. and Mrs D H Poze, here over the week-end Mrs I rank Clouse is visiting hei son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Robert Clouse in Zehenople Mis Maigaiet Kiegar is confined to he- home with influenza Miss Jean Kurtz of Johnstown and Mrs Faye McLean oÂ£ Uuiontown were visiting thru .mothei, Mis George Kurtz ovei the v.eek-end Mrs Christine Fiantz is visiting hei sistei, Miss Felicia Flamgan, in Pittsburgh Miss Betty Humbert a student at Pittsburgh h,s retuined there aftei visiting hei patents, Mr and Mis C B Humbeit Mis Samuel Whittikei, who has been confined to her home foi the past week with a bad attack of flu, is slowly improving C M Bower, v,ho undeiwent an operation a few weeks ago, is still convalescing at his home He will be unable to return to his woik for a Tew days Dr Paul Meyers of Johnstown was visiting his parents, Di and Mrs H P Meyers over the week-end Mr and Mrs Kenneth Mitchell and family of New Stanton spent the week-end with their patents, Mi and Mrs Willis Mitchell and Mr ard Mis B y Fortney Mrs. Portney, who has been ill is much improved Misses Doi othy and Betty Vance of Pittsbuigh spent the weeU-end with their grandmother, Mis Rose Beal Mrs Grace Marple is confined to her home with fl'i Her condition is not scuous Additional Borings Located at Dam Site Plane-table woik was continued and additional borings located at the proposed dam site in the Youghio- gheny Hiver watershed between Somerfield and Confluence by United States Army engmeeis accord ng to the weekly bulletin of Lieutenant Colonel W E H Covell in chaige of the engmeeis o- the Pittsburgn district Pielimmarv design studies" were continued on the pioposed flood con- liol leseuon Woik on the diaft of the definite pioject lepoit oÂ£ the )ner Hood conUol pioposdl;. has been completed and submitted loi appio\al \\hile routine checking and tabulating oC datd submitted b power companies in connection with the annual electric po\vei suivey \\as also continued as weic the powei studies on the uppei Youghiogheny Hivei basin. Work progressed on the flood damage studies foi the Yougluogheny basin while computations \veie made for stream discharge measurements at Confluence Technical inspection of core di ilhngs at the dam s te was made The force of uoikers m the watei- shed \vas uicieised to 25 of which 22 arc Go\ eminent ind three conti actor empkn eÂ« The Government ndded one to i s stnfl Miss Puerto Rico Breaking with tradition, Senonta Myrtclma Besosa, 17, as "Miss Puerto Kico" of the 1939 Ponce de Leon Carnival in San Jinn, \\ears o bathing suit, first queen to do so in the 400-year history of the inland. (Ccnti al Press) More Approve B. 0. Modification Plan BALTIMORE Mui 3--The Balti- moie nd Ohio Raihoid announced today that total depos ts and ss on its plan foi modification oÂ£ mtei- est djaiges and matuiitie^ fire 80 pei cent oÂ£ the totil atlected securities outstanding This high pciccntage h i s oeen obtained in the relati\c bhoit peiiod of nine weekv ai d leivei but 10 more per cent to be secuied to leach t i e 90 per cent of deposi s and assents which must be secuied unaer the plan to mike Jt compictel effective Ninth District Coal Production Shows Big Loss Coal p-oduction in the Ninth Bituminous JDistaict n 1938 declined 40 per cent from the to mage in 1937, accoiding to tlie annual repoit oÂ£ State Mine Inspector William T McGee of Uniontown Tl e tonnage in 1938 \\as 3933817 as compared with 6,636 604 in 1037 Si\ persons weie kiLed during 1038 in the district ivhile 68 employes sufleied serious accidents There weie 34 nines in Jie distuct and of this numbei 22 weie uorking and 12 weie idle Of the coal pioduced Inst yea 2 930 888 tons were shipped to m-uket bj wa er, 967,317 tons fay railroad and 61 486 by truck A total of 6 288 tons weie used in manufacturing coke Theie weic 4 JOO employes in 1938 a big decline fiom the total of 7 093 on the pa\roll during 1937 The pioduceis oÂ£ the coal were Balcan Coil 6 1B1 tons Boitz. Coil, 13262 Commodore CoÂ«il 111253 Will am Dull . Sons 7 111 II C Tuck Coke 2831 162 Gillehmd Coke, 1=) 012 Hillrmn Coal Coke 175283 Hough . Obslwrskj, 300 Juni ita Coal, 8 110 Lowber Gas Coal 302 45S Pittsbuigh Coal, ^58,033 Republic Steel 446 553 Tremont Coal, 16 959 Duncan-Hanlon Coal 52S Simyak Coal 8oO John Boiranuo 680 D s t u c t t o t a 1938 3993817 District total 1937, 6,636604 riior Center Jump Retuin of the center jump in basketball was urged by Judge E C BonniweH Philadelphia president of the Middle Atlantic A A U, in a leitei to H H Salmon Jr, chairman of the National Rules Committee He cited these objections to the present lules By losing possession of the ball the offensive team is penali2ed for scoring, the team t-ailing in the closing minutes has httle chance for d winning rallv the marathon game hns hint small pliyers instead of puttng them on equal footing wiih tall ones, and spectator appeal has not been enhanced N Y C Shons Deficit New \ o i k Cential Rtilioad Com- paii had a net deficit of ?20 154,357 in 1938 compared to 1937 net income of ?6,352,612 equal to 09 cents share on cnpital stock it reported in a prclimimry statement WHERE DID YOU GET THAT HAT? That's what your friends will say when you step out in one of these new snappy spring styles. Buy yours today. Craft-Felt hats are of a quality that the price belittles. The felt is especially fine, holds its shape well--and -will wear well. You'll find a ude range of colors, shapes and sides. We'ie proud of this collection and \\ e know 3 ou'H be proud of your choice. !S5 and $! May License Pin Ball HARRISBURG, MÂ«r 3 --Repre- s^ntatue Powers of Alleghenv counts introduced i bill 'o impose T $5 \earK license fee on ary roi^on op- Q i aling a pm ball ^me to be col ec ed M mere uitilc appriisu--, U nd o be 11 rr 1 b\ the Drp i Inn iu of mmmi 'Rs'Â®'-! 1 *."^-'-- 1 :''.''-''-^ DEl'/UHMJEN 1 CCT\TrvENTAl SPORE End of Trolley's Runaway Ride--6 Die Wrapped around a tree is the wreck of the trolley that j umpcci the rails on a curve at Roxburj, Mass , near Boston. Sue persons were kJlcd and seventeen others were injured. Applications for Perry Rural Carrier Tests Close March 17 Receipt of applications for the Civil Service Commission examination for the position of mial mail carrier at Peiryopohs will close on March 17, it was announced by thee commission in Washington j The projected examination will be held in Connellsville the date to be selected aftei the applications ha\e been ieceived The salarj oÂ£ a ruial carrier on a standard route o f 30 miles seived daily except Sunday is $1,800 yeaily w th an additional $20 per mile for each mile or *najor fraction thereof in excess of 30 miles Dr C W Shaffer Dies Dr Chailes W Shnfler 59 prm-i- pJ of schools at Wilmerdmg since 1909 died Tuesdny in Cleveland where he was attending a convention of the American Association of School Administrators Dr Shaffer, born at Ligomer, served as school principal at Falls Creek before going to Wilmerding Gufiey Opposes Paying For Services at Polls WASHINJ3TON, Mai 3--Senatoi Joseph Gu/tev, D Pa proposed a law o lorliid political cardidates or o gamzalions to pay any person for seivices at polls duung elections involving Fedcial offices His bill aho would make it a niis- demeanoi foi a poll woi ker to accept pay Tot such \voik The maximum penalty loi violation \\ould be a $500 fnc and a yeai nnpiisonment Pay Off ALL Your Bills With a Personal Loan Then have LESS to pay each month because you have only ONE place to pay Theie'll be more LEFT OVER Â£01 your living expenses Mam requirement just youi ability to lepay tlie loan m smail sums regulaily No co-makeis No indiscreet inquuies 'Personal Cl edit loans up to $300 on your signatuie only, or those of husband and wife Come in 01 phone FINANCE COMPANY Second Floor Room 4 Hclzcl Building 12C W Crawford Avenue phone 3 Pennsylvania Days For Pennsylvania Prosperity March 2 to 11 Pl " M o n f c 1'piis 2 o. 2 ciins 2 t Delightful riivor liuins - u. 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