The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 18, 1938 · Page 20
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February 18, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 20

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TAGJ3 TWJSNTr. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLE, PA , FEBRUARY IS, 133S. Recreation Chairrr/an Promises Real Beauty Spot for City's Use Expenditure of $64,000 Will Provide Many Features. PLAN INVOLVES 13-ACREPLOT A Works Progress Administration project at East Park, requiring an expenditure of approximately $64,000, will be submitted today or tomorrow to the Uniontown district office for dispatch to Harrisburg and Washington to expedite approval so that there will be no interruption of activity on the site. Present financial outlay is sufficient to continue work lor seven weeks, Chairman Douglas K. Mcll- vaine ol the City Recreation Commission informed Council Monday night and it was decided to give local approval so that the proposals could be rushed through. WFA District Director Lyell L. Buttenr.ore promised he would have hit office give the project immediate attention. The new project provides lor the erection of fencing and guard rails, ice skating rink, drinking fountains, paths, toilets, storage building, extension of culvert 50 feet, paving of South alley, flrc circle, storm sewers, removing present building from site, dress creek bank down, grading an planting of shrubbery and lawn. Approximately 13 acres are .involved in the project, Mr. Mcllvauie informed Mr. Buttermore. The commission chairman said that he'd like to see the realization ot the entire project. "Then we'll have a park that wil be a credit to the community, a park that we'll be proud of," Mr. McH- vainc said. United Auto Workers President Urges Jail For NLRA "Violations' By United Press. HARTFORD, Conn., Feb. 18.-Homer Martin, president of thi United Automobile Workers ol America, urged that the Nationa Labor Relations Act be strcngthenee to make its violation a "penitentiary offense." He explained: "Put some of those big boys behind the bars when they throw a man out." Urging Federal flid for the unemployed, he said: "Uncle Sam must spend again. They must do It now. I don't care where they get the money. I suppose they'll get it from someone who's got it." Ishbel to Marry Zshbel MaeDonald, daughter of the lota Prime Minister, is pictured than »t London. HOT engagement to Norman Ridgloy, a house decorator o£ Spoon, Bneldnghmshlre, England, hu been announced. MUs MaeDoiuald oporates an Inn called The Flow in ti« village ot Bpeen. (Central Pren). Convict Councilman Of Fraudulent Cost BUFFALO, N. Y., Fob. 18--Forme Councilman Anthony Dropik, sccom of 16 indicted defendants to be trie in Buffalo's city investigation," wa convicted of filing « fraudulent ex pense account against the city. NEW STREET HEAD INTENDS TO USE CITY'S SWEEPER Retired Justices ' Permitted to live Where They Desire By United Pro*. WASHINGTON, rcb. is.--President Roosevelt signed a bill permitting "retired" Federal Judges to live wherever they desire with the knowledge that the postman will deliver their paychecks on tune to their self-chosen address. Before amended, the law required every district judge to reside within the district in which he served actively. Circuit judges also were required to live in one ot the districts ol his circuit. Meyersdole MEYEBSDALE, Fob. 18.--The card party sponsored by the Parent- Teacher Association Tuesday evening for the benefit ot the school band and orchestra, was a successful affair. Bridge, 500 and bingo were played and there was a prize for each table. The door prize was given Miss Margaret Bowmaster. Mrs. John Clark entertained with a Valentine party at her Broadway street home Monday evening. Sixteen Ruests were present. They spent the evening playing bingo. At 50 o'clock a two course lunch was nerved. Miss Elsie Clark assisted her mother. The Misses Ethel May, Margaret tlef. Elizabeth Glcssncr and Helen Layton and Invin Hostctlcr, all em- ployes in the telephone office, motored to Johnstown Wednesday where they attended a banquet given by the company at the Fort Sanwix Hotel. Mrs. Charles Hughes, son. Tommy, and the former's sister. Miss Margaret Hartle, R. N., of Uniontown visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. McKenzie, during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Geilz have returned to their homc_ in Detroit. Mich., after a visit with the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Gauntz. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dnhl of Windber visited relatives during the week. Burgess Joseph F. Reich was a busing*: visitor to Johnstown Tues- ri.mii"! Irk Aged Victim^ CAMBRIDGn. Ohio, Feb. 18.-When n bread truck .chiver rushed into tin* home whorr Philip Harper, 78, wa- si-.ilpil and infoimcd him that Ihr hou*c wn= afne, Harper said lie knew it but didn't know what to do. Firemen were 1 summoned and oxtincuishcd the bl.i/o after the front of the homr had been damaged. The city street sweeper, brok down, will be repaired and put int operation on a regular schedule, i was indicated at Monday night' meeting of City Council by Superin tendent Clarence A. Port of the De partment of Streets and Public Im uperintendent Smith On Schoolmen's Club Program at California Approximately 100 persons attend- d the joint meeting of the Fayettc :ounty and the Washington-Greene !ounty Schoolmen's Clubs Wcdncs- lay night at California State Tcach- rs College and heard a panel dis- ussion on "The Enlarged Rcsponsi- illity of Secondary Education." Seven persons participated in the discussion, dealing with various ihases of the general theme, and Dr. Charles E. Prall, dean of education it the University of Pittsburgh, summarized the views. Bcla B. Smith, luperintendent of the Conncllsvillo ;chools, taking part in the panel, used as his theme "Guidance." Meyers B. Horner of Washington, .resident of the Washington-Greene club, was the presiding officer. Greetings were extended by 3. Nelson Mowls of Uniontown, Faycttc unit president. Music was furnished by the California College Glee Club. 3r. Robert M. Stccle, president of California State Teachers' College, and Thomas E. Gilland, director of ;eachcr training, were the hosts. Best Dog in New York Show Ohiopyle Striker Sentenced For Assault Freed On Parole Order OHIOPYLE, Feb. 18.--The Methodist Epworth League gave an entertaining program in the church Monday evening. Mrs. E. -L. Collins and daughter, Janet Joyce and John Rafferty ot Uniontown, George Raffcrty and daughter, Stella May, of Youngwood and Charles Whitchcad o£ Greensburg visited Mrs. Elizabeth Rafferty Sunday. Mrs. Frank Boiley, who recently underwent an operation at Uniontown Hospital, is reported recuperating ; apidly at her home in Grant street. William A. Muson wns buiiffd Wednesday afternoon in the Maple Grove Cemetery, near Ohiopyle. Mrs. Llda Stuck visited her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Silbaugh, at Hopwood Sunday. Mrs. Eanj Daniels is recuperating at her home from an atUick of grip. Mr. and Mr?. Wesley Williams and family moved from the I. F. Wood- mcncy property in Grnnt street, where they have resided lor the past four years, to the Sproul property in Commercial street, recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mcrtr, who moved to the Fleming flat. Mrs. Elizabeth RafTcrty, who has been bedfast for the past three weeks and suffered a relapse a week ago has again recovered sufficiently to sit up n. iew moments each day. Dario of Maridor t 11-months-old English setter pictured above, was selected as tho best dopr of tbo show in tho 62d annual dog show of the Westminster Kennel Club in New York City. The dog is owned by D. W. Ellis, of East Longmcadow, Maes., and also took top honors us tho show's best American-bred dog. (Central Prcis) t UNIONTOWN, Feb. 18.--Imprisoned less (than two months in the county jail, O'Donnell Collier o£ Un- ontown, convicted of assault charges ;rowing out of the recent truckers' strike, was paroled for one year by Judge Harry A. Cottom. Collier was taken into custody on Information made by Ewing P. Smell oC Balsingcr who testified on October 10 last he failed to stop his truck and was chased from Hopwood lo his home and then assaulted. 'I'm satisfied the ends of justice will be met if the petition for parole is granted," Judge Cottom said, adding: "ATe feel sure Mr. Collier that you will keep out of trouble." Dr.) HetrtcU at Cnlontown. Dr. William H. Hetrick, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, will be the jrlncipaj speaker at the meeting of A.. E. Willson Lodge, Knights ot ·ythias, at Uniontown Monday night when the 74lh anniversary of the bunding of the organization will be observed. FIGHT OVER $1 "POT" IS FATAL WHEELING, W. Va., Feb. 18.-Steve Butklvich, Cadiz, Ohio, miner, shot in a fight over a dollar "pot" in a poker g-me died in a Wheeling hospital. Bob Yunan, a friend of the victim and father of three children, was held for investigation in the shooting Hunter Says Tlncr Klnc. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Feb.' 18.-The tiger, not the lion, is the king of beasts in the opinion of Dr. Wai- , ter B. Townscnd. mild-mannered; professor in the College of Education j at Butler University here. Dr. Townsend, former principal of an experimental school at Calcutta, Indian, hunts big game as a hobby. Patronize those who advertise. Warren C. Snider Dead. Warren C. Snider, 38, formerly of West Brownsville, died Tuesday in Charleroi-Monessen Hospital. A resident of California, Pa., he had been employed by the Pittsburgh Lake Erie Railroad. Smart Diamonds in a Modern Setting 10-Diamond Bridal Set $50 Flawless, carefully selected diamonds set in richly e n g r a v e d mountings of 18-kt. while or yellow gold. The engagement ring alone is $37.50. J. M. KURTZ Successor to A. B. Kurtz, Jeweler 131 West Crawford Avenue. provemcnts. Councilman Port said the sweeper would be used regularly when weather conditions are ideal and called on Mayor Ira D. Younkln to have policemen remove automobiles parked all night in the streets. The mayor said cars found on the streets after midnight will be towed in by officers. Man-Tailored and Dressmaker Man-tailored perfection In your safe-bet link button classic -with shields, pocket Inside the lining, inside loop hanger at neck, and all hand detailing. Twill gabardine, doeskin gabardine, birds - eye worsted and chalkstrlpo worsteds In black, brown, navy and erccn. 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