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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1938. PERSONAL MENTION i_ Mrs Homer Edmunds and children, Wilh.im and G.ul, who had been residing with Mrs. Edmunds' piicnls, Mr. ,md Mis. William S Stoicy, in East Patterson avenue foi a few month 1 ;, left Sunday for Warh- uiKlon, D C, where they will re-1 side I Oppman's Ta\i. D hone 700 --Ad- i vcrtiscmcnt --9oct-tf | Mr. and Mrs. Jttck DcChant of Akron, Oluo were guests of Mr and Mis. H a i i y Johnston of South Ninth street, Giecnwood, over tlic weekend. They visited at the home of Mrs. Mmeiv.i Johnston of Noith Cottage avenue Sunday. Spring coats and plain dresses, dry cleaned and pressed, 49c. Simons Cash Cairy Cleaners--Adveitisc- ment --18fcb-4t. Mil. John Dugg.m, Jr , and d.mgh- tei, Miss Elinor L , of South Pittsburg street visited in Pittsbuigh today. Martha Washington Tea, Monday, February 21st, 8 P M , First Fiesby- tcrijn Church Auspices Christian Endeavor. Programme. Refreshments will be served Admission lOc and 25c--Advert scmcnt--feb- 17-19-21. Mr and Mis Walter T Smith ot Wilis road visited in Zancsville, Ohio, Sunday. The Ladies Auxiliary to South Connellsvillo Fiicmcn will hold a "500' and bingo part t Monday night, " in Firemen's Rooms. Lynch and door prize Admission Z5c.--Advcrtisc- . ment --fcb-18-21 Mr. and Mrs Robert Floto and Mrs. Floto's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riy Thornc, visited Mrs Thome's sister, Mrs Josephine Norns, at Cn-irleroi Sunday Card party, tonight, Immaculate Conception Social Hall, auspices "H. I. J^ K." group. Bridge, "500" and bingo Many valuable prizes, also door p uc Games will begin 8'30 promptly --Advertisement. -- 21fcb-lt Misses Mary Margaret and Nellie i Callahan of Pittsburgh visited their j parents. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Callahan, of Dunbar over the weekend. The L.idics' Bible Class of Tnnity Lutheran Church will hold a bake sale, Saturday. February 26th, m Fox's Wall Paper Store, 122 So. Pittsburg St.--Advertisement --fcb- 21-23-25. Mrs. Charles F. Baldwin of East Francis avenue and Miss Mary Catherine Mcnslcr o£ North Pittsburg street were Pittsburgh callers today. / Miss Kathcnne Hood, a student at Scton Hill College, Greensburg, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul O Hood of Trotter. Vernon C. Bailey of North Pittsburg street returned today after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Bailey of New Castle, over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs T O Mctcalf and family of South Connellsvillc have returned from Williamstown where they attended the funeral of Mrs. H. D Mctcalf, sister-in-law of Mr. Metcalf, Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. C. C. Gallagher of Vine street attended the funeral service for John Allen Ewing, Spanish War veteran, held Saturday afternoon at the L M. Frye Funeral Home at Monongahcla, Mr. Ewing was an ; uncle of Mrs. Gallagher. Dr. O. W. Show and brothers, .. Dwight M. and Blnger, of Massillon, Ohio, spent Friday night as the guests ' of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Show of East Francis avenue Mr. and Mrs John Stewart visited Sunday with the Shows. Miss Mane E Prudcntc, worthy venerable of the Lodge Balbo, Catherine Lepera, financul secretary, Mrs. Dom Jsola and Rachel Isola attended B meeting at the William Pcnn Hotel, Pittsburgh, Sunday afternoon. The meeting was to celebrate the sliver jubilee of the order. Further plans will be revealed at future meeting. The condition o£ J. W. Kincell, " who is ill at his home in Woodlawn avenue, Greenwood, is »about the same. Miss Helen Belle Showman and - Feidmand DcChambeau were FMs- · burgh-visitors Friday-evening." ,, Aunt Het By ROBERT QUILLEN "The qutoicst thing about men is their gall. Henry dioppcd that gul when he heard about her past, and iLhc was judged by the same standard, he wouldn't be considered fit to «;peak to her." piscopal Bishop Prohibits Gambling As Church Benefits U\ Unllcd Press CHICAGO, Fcb 21 -- Bishop Geoige Craig Stewart, Episcopal lorevnrm of the Chicago diocese, 01- cicd ill parishes under his junsdic- on to abolish gambling devices and .uncs of chance to pi event chuich tdndn Is from falling to the "levels f the underworld " His order answered a rcpoit sub- nitted to the 101st convention of the ioccse two weeks ago, chaiglng that ambling was sanctioned by Devcial mushes to raise money f?r the hurch j "Slot machines, handbooks, | lotter- es, loulettc wheels, bingo games and hanccs litter the landscape," he said Even the church has been infected vith the disease "We must unite to stop it at once The church must hold up a higher tandard to the world " Grim "Reaper MRS MARGARET McNULTY Mrs Margaret Conncll McNulty, about 66 years old, w'dow of John McNulty and a formei icsidcnt of Trotter, died suddenly Sunday af- tcinoon at 4 15 o'clock at hci home at Jerome, Somerset county. She had not complained ot being unwell and only a short time bcfoic had been to Johnstown to visit her daughter, Ellen, wife of Dr. P L Backman of Jerome who two days before had given birth to a baby girl Mrs. McNulty was a native ol England and had resided at Trotter for a number of years before locating at Charleroi and then at Jerome, She was united in marriage while wing at Ti otter. Her husband preceded her in death nine years ago. Mrs. McNulty is survived by five daughters, Mrs Harry Enfleld ol California, Mrs. Robert Lowthcr of Ellsworth, Mrs. Catherine Orr, Mrs Marie Whorry and Mrs. Backman The f uncial mass will be held Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock ai Jerome Interment will be in the family plot in a Charleroi cemetery. Licenses of 10 County Motorists Suspended -UNIONTOWN, Fcb.^ 21--Licenses of" 10 automobile drivers were suspended and one revoked as a result of departmental hearings held last week. Included are: Suspended--Charles Turanik of Pcrryopolis, speeding; Chailcs S5c- Manus ot 311 Pulaski street, Con- ncllsville, reckless driving; Joseph Myers, Dunbar, falling to maintain proof o£ financial responsibility; Joseph Shuba, Lemont, intoxication. Kiss Wives Regularly Judge Tells Husbands By United Press WILKES-BARRE, Fcb. 21.--A burst of handclapping from other aggrieved wives waiting for their cases to be heard greeted the dcc- laiation of Judge Thomas F. Far-., "roll in domestic relations court that liusbands should kiss wives regularly -- " - Attorney Ray's Mother Dies. UNIONTOWN, Feb 21 --Death cHimed Mrs. Harriet Ray, mother of Attorney Joseph W. Rny of Uniontown, at 3-35 o'clock Friday morning at her home at-242 West Franklin street, Waynesburg She tnd b«.on bedfast since last November She was a lifelong resident of Greene county. MRS. CLARENCE MILLER Mrs Ella Miller, wife of Clarence Miller of near Indian Head, died Sunday morning at 2:20 o'clock a her home of a lingering illness. She was a daughter of the late Freeman and Rosan McMillcn. She leaves besides her husband, the followmf children: Ruth, Lela, Charlotte ant Blainc, all at home. Brothers an( sisters include' George and Jamc McMillcn ot Normalv illc, Mrs. Ada Firestone of Connellsvillc, R. D Mrs. Lucy Love of Scottdalc and Mrs Hazel Berkhiser of Normalv ille The funeral wilt be held Wcdncs day afternoon with a brief scrvic at the home at 2 o'clock followed by lullntes at the Mt. Zion Unite Brethren Church of which she was member at 2 30 o'clock. Intcrmen will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery. Rev Dvvight Spanftlcr of Mill Run church pastor, will be the ofnciatm minister. JOHN WHALEV John Whalcn, 01 years old, of Bob town, former resident of Lciscmin No. 1, died Saturday night it th Waynesburg hospital following a illness of complications. Besides h wife, Anna Whalcn, he is survivcc by three children, Mrs. May Butlci James Ulggms and Mrs. Sidney Val also three brothers, Thomas of Cru ciblc, Patrick and James of Nci York City, and two sisters, Mr: Charles Haggerty of Leisenrmg an Mrs. Earl White of Grindstone. The funeral service will be hcl Wednesday,morning at 9 o'clock a the family residence followed by nd ditional rites at the Bobtown Cath olic Church. Burial will be m th Lciscnring Cemetery. MRS" LLOYD K. ELLIOTT Mrs. Bertha Burnworth Elliott, 5 years old, wife of Lloyd E Elliot died Saturday night at 10 o'clock i Southsldc Hospital at Youngstown Ohio, of pneumonia. Mrs. Elliott was born at Ohiopyl July 27, 1907, daughter of Mrs. Ann Burnworth of Whig Corner and th late James M Burnworlh, who die August 11, 1033, and had been resic ing in Voungstown since she wa married She is survived by her husbanc her hiothcr, three children, Lloy V A N D E R B I L TI Somerset Counly r w n p r w W A Q ' Road Supervisors CHURCH HAb To Meet March 2 r 3 HOME COMING Guest Celloisi at D. A. R. Convention Miss Edith Shcrrick, a daughtci of i and Mrs Earl C. Sherrick of 210 E,ist Fairview avenue, will be the guest cello soloist on Washington's wrthday for the convention of the D. A R. being held in Hotel Shcr- m,m at DCS Moincs, Iowa. Miss Shcrrick, a student at Duke Jmvcrsity, was cclloist on the championship instrumental trio of Con- ncllsville High School, which won national honors sevei.il years, jgo. THE EUROPEAN S I T U A T I O N Continued from Page One open clash between students at the Jmversity of Vienna where n cry for Jewish blood started a not Berlin--Strong with a strengthened confidence inspired by Fuehrer Adolf Hitler s Reichstag speech, Germany awaited a more friendly recognition by Great Britain of German problems, particularly as the result ot the resignation ot Foreign Sccrc t iry Anthony Eden which was warml received. Rome--Interpreted as a silent endorsement of Adolf Hitler's Sunday speech, Italian officialdom m.idc no comment on it or the resignation of Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden of Great Britiln In the latter case, however, political quarters expressed delight and vie\ved his retirement as a Fascist "victory," presaging the recognition by Britain of the conquest of Ethiopia. Paris--The French sov crnmcnl was dismayed to find itself virtually diplomatically isolated in western Europe by the resignation of Anthony Eden, British foieign secretary. The French prcsn foresaw th it the entire foreign policy of the list two years may be shaken to its foundation. lokyo--Jap.m gr.itcfull} reccivcc Hitler s recognition of M inchukuo and immediately put in motion machinery to appoint a Manchukoan ambassador to Berlin A foreign office spokesman saw in Hitler's announcement an "impoitant lesson" to the Chinese government Hudapest--The parliamentary committee on military jifT.iirs called an emergency meeting tomorrow on national defense. Prajrue--Czcchoslovakinn lenders fearfully awaited a clarification of Germany's aims for the German minority in Czechoslovakia. The Christian Church at Vandcr- bilt. of which Chcstou A. Williamson of Scottdalc, is acting pastor, ob- servcfl homc-commji day Sunday, with the feature service in the aftcr- oon and Rev. H Glenn Carpenter f Glcensburg, former pastor, as the pcaker. On the plutfoim wcie several min tors of nearby churches, all of v horn" spoke briefly, I while letters rom former pastors wjeie read The hurch was filled to the doors with members, former members and ncnds. There was also a service in the iorning, with Mr. Williamson as the aker This wan followed by lunch crvcd in the basement. Rev Carpenter's theme was "Go 'orward," a challenge to the mem- icrship to continue to cairy on as as been done in recent improvements to the church,. Including re- Iccorating of the interior. Short talks were made by C D ihank of Scottdalc, Rev. Winfield Vcaver of Marianna, Rev. M L. Cadwell of Conncllsville, Rev. C L iloss of Fayette City, Rev. Fred Fink if Pcrryopolis and Rev Alfred Mc- Uoy of New Salem; also by Norman Jrowell, chairman of the church board Letters were read from Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Browell of Holly- vood. Cal, Rev. R L Roth of Bufalo, 111, Rev M A Johnson of Columbus, Kan., Rev. J. E. Kidwcll ot Chesapeake, Ohio, Jesse B Porter of ranville Center and Rev. M. S. Speer. Othcis having parts on tlic program were Miramba solos. Miss r lorence Wilkey of Conncllsville, vith Marian Snyder as the piano accompanist, Croon Time Bells, 14 girls of the East Liberty schools, playing 'bells"; Christian Men's quartet of ^onnellsvillc, m two numbers, with Mrs. LcHnd S Whlpkcy at the piano; girls' vocal trio from Scottdalc, made up of Ruth Sherman, Nina Rider ·md Nyla McCrory, with Beatrice Vance at the piano. Jr., Jane and James, at home, one sister, Mr? Tod Weir of Youngstown and two brothers, Walter Burnwortl of Conncllsvillc and Arthur Burnworth of Youngstown. The funeral service will bo held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Shrwer-Allison Funeral Home a Youngstown, Ohio MRS. JULIA FELL UNIONTOWN, Fcb. 21--Mrt. Julia Fell, 95 years old and a resident o Unlontown for 68 ytars, died Sunday morning at her home at 55 South Gallatin avenue A widow of Louis Fell, who died in 1887 and became the first adult buried In the Jewish Cemetery at Hopwood, she leave, two daughters, Mrs. Joseph J Michael of Uniontovvn and Mrs. Moc Nussb.ium of New York, and one son, L. Lee Fell of Uniontovvn There are three grandsons, and oni great-granddaughter The funeral service will be hcli Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock a the home of Mrs. Michael. Gem Thieves Lashes. * LONDON. Fcb. 21.--The medieval "cat-o-nmc-U ils" was ordered applied to the backs of two cfTc'c oui g-1-cn-.ilxnit-M.ijfau foi participating in a $65,000 jewel robbeij Today and Theatre Tomorrow Jean (hales hands with « millionaire and the fun begins! --SPECIAL NOTICE-The winning numbeis for the bicycle last Saturday weie: 012441, 012959, and OOG365. Anyone holding any or the^e three tickets should ro'ntact the the.Uic .it once. PENNSY'S NET REVENUE SHOWS HEAVY DECLINE PHILADELPHIA, Feb 21 --The 1937 net revenue of the Pennslvania Railroad Company declined 511,463,453 from 1936, the company announced today in its annual report The net income was $27,278,638, acfore dividends and provisions for sinking and other funds The surplus, before dividends, amounted to $10,134,171, » decrease of $12,265,179. The jcar s surplus was 2 9 per cent ot the outstanding capital itock, compared with 4 8 per cent in 193G, and $1.45 per share compared with $238. Improved business in the first eight months of 1937 wjs offset b a sharp decline in the remainder of the c i r , the company said. December freight revenues, compared with 1936, showed a decrease of 32 7 per cent President W. W. Clement, in his annual report, stressed the need for a constructive national transportation policy an one ol the most important problems confronting the country. Special to Tlic Courier SOMERSET, Feb 21--Seventeenth a nual convention of Somerset County Auditors and Supervisors Association will be held in Somerset County Couithousc on Wednesday ·md | Thui xlay, M.uch 2 and 3 The customaiy banquet will be licld on Wednesday night m Fciner Hotel Franco Claims Wedge Driven in Teruei Bv United Prcsn KENDAYE, Fumco-Spanish Fron- tici, fc eb 21 --GcnciaL Francisco Franco's nationalist tioops wcic rc- poilcd today to have duven^a substantial wedge into the loyalist-held, ancient city of Tciucl, key point on the Aragon fiont Tcrucl, captuicd by the loyalists last Dtccmbei, was said in nalioml- ist reports to have ahcady fallen before a powerful nationalist attack that had its beginning three days ago north of the city These reports said that 1,200 loyalists fought to the death an Claims Dancer; Says Audiences Ai-e Vulgar LAWREh4CE STAKES FUTURE ON JONES B ROSS DOWNING United Pi ess Staff Correspondent HAKRISBURG, Fob 21.--Democratic Chairman Davjd L Lawrence will stake his political future in Pennsylvania on the State Committee meeting here Fiiday by asking endorsement of Charles Alvm Jones, Pittsburgh attorney, for the party's gubernatonal nomination Despite opposition of U S Senator Joseph F GulTey and John L. Lewis, chairman of the Committee for Industrial Organization, to Jones, Lawrence has decided to "go right through with p rty rules" in connection with the slate agreed upon hist week, the United Press understood today. In addition to Jones, the Lawrence candidates will be Governor George JI Earle for U S. Senator; State Senator Leo C. Mundy, Wilkes-Barrc, for Licutcn.mt Governor, and Internal Aflairs Secretary Thomas A Loguc for rc-nommation. By JOHN U. TERRELL United Pic^s Staff Correspondent. SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 21 --The Countess Z,now Lcvlnskitoth, who Itnovvs fiom personal experience, said today that the stup tease dance by name may'go, but ship teasers will go on forever. The young Russian austociat, a former ballet dancer, has found her happiness in the art of stripping her jlender, willowy figure at a burlesque house here. She asked me not to tell the name by which she is known in her work, but I can now tell you why a ballet solo dancer is doing the nude dance for audiences that she dislikes and in thcatics where the so-called baldies and tinhoins and country bumpkins make fresh cracks at the girls "This strip tease," the countess aid, "its swiftness, Its brilliancy, its anger, its vigor, and its beauts--it xprcsscs America, the great, big, .rong America I love. It is not a neap dance Only stupid audiences ave made it called cheap." Three years ago, her story began, oung Count Lcvmskatoth, whose athcr was a Russian exile, met a oung Rusisan girl named LarinotI vho was trying to complete a uni- ersity education and keep up with er ballet work He married her vith the understanding that her ca- eer would not be interrupted For two years the countess worked o pel feet her ballet dancing, but sud- enly a year ago she came to a momentous decision. "I love the stage I loved the igorous, gay dancing that was American. 'I shall do that,' I said, nd I went straight out and got a ob It was hard, but I knew how GrcensburE Man Dies. Charles C. Mcchliiig, 77, of 325 Etcher avenue, Grccnsburg, died Sunday night. He was a charter member of Hose Comp.my No. 2 of the Gree-isburg Volunteer Fire Department and was n building cpn- tractor. Unlonfow-n TLsh Man Die*. UNIONTOWN'. Fib 21 --Francis Lewis Cook, 80, wid"ly known bc- cau'Jo of hi' activities in the fish businc 1 " 4 . hero, died Sunday night in Umontown Hospital of pneumonia He in «.urvi\ed by three grandchildren State Collcec Student M.irth.i J B il.il. Mount Plcisint fruhinan in lilx.i.»I .irts. lias been pledged to the Th ta Phi Alpln fraternity at Pennsylvania State College during the recent "rushing season." CONNELLSVILLh S BEST TODAY and TOMORROW " T H E R E A R E 20,000,000 G I R L S J U S T L I K E ME!" --I'Ll.S-- THE GREATEST THING IN MOTION IMCTl'HKS SIJfCE TVLKIES 1 J K G Y N r"NF:W AUDIOSCOPIKS", ,. AI{ .,. ooy N K M . S DON'T MISS TIIK I (JV to dance.' There is much in ballet that is in stiip tease. I saw the great f gypsy Hose Lee and when 3 saw hci I saw .1 great aitist She was beautiful, wonderful. I worked hai dcr and I was happier. I was giving it everything I've got, and I -* still love it." The value ot ballet training comes in the slow strips. There, the countess xplamcd, the strip dancer docs mostly ballet work. "The dainty age passed long ago," the blue-eyed, brown-haired, countess saiJ, as she powdered for the next pcrfoimancc "Teach children really to dance That is, youngsters who are suited for it, who have the talent. The average hasn't got it for strip tease anymoic than for ballet. I am like other dancers. I am proud of my work and my accomplishments, and I know it's not for everybody." The countess touched up her lips, and said with finality: "Gutter-minded audiences have given strip tease a bad name. If the same dance were put in a ballet it would be called great art. "Strip tease by name is only today's term for a dance that is as old as dancinj Yesterday it was something else, tomorrow it will have another--and I hope better--name. But the strip tease dancers, they were here yesterday, they will be tomor- low " Allcecd Writer Nabbed. UNIONTOWN, Fcb. 21.--Louis Bland, 29, of Allison, was arrested by State Motor Police on a numbers writing charge and posted $1,000 bond for his appearance in court. Officers said they found numbers books, tickets and some currency on his person. IN AN HOUR OF GRIEF My duty is to lighten your burden of all extra cares and worries. You can trust me to conduct a beautiful, dignified service ... at any price you wish to pay. I'UJVERAL DIRECTOR 14,» Xo. 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