The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 23, 1938 · Page 3
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February 23, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, ,193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB, PA. PAGE THREE. REMOVE SILT TO CONTROL HIGH WATER Suggestion M a d e by Former Steamer Master and Pilot. WOULD DUMP IT ·!N BACK COUNTRY Special to The Courier. PITTSBURGH, Feb. 23.--Captain Frank R. Gulp ol Elizabeth, retired master and pilot, formerly with Jones Laughlin Steel Corporation, offers a flood control plan. He says: "Why not dredge these fast-filling streams and secure permanent relief? No one 1 can deny that.silt and debris are constantly drifting Into river channels." Captain Gulp suggested that Government dredges clear the river bottoms and deposit the material in railroad cars for dumping into the back country. He said that in his boyhood days boats went up the Youghiogheny River as far as West Newton. County Boards Will Determine If Sfafe Aid Should Be Given County assistance boards, under procedure to be effected by the Department of Public Assistance, are to be called upon to determine the financial" ability of relatives of a relief applicant or recipient to judge whether they are able to contribute to the latter's support. State DPA ofTicials have announced that policy will become effective as . soon as it has been approved by the Federal Social Security Board. The following policy will be carried out In connection with the matter: "In alt-instances the relatives o£ : an assistance applicant or recipient whether sharing the same household or living elsewhere will be expected ;1o contribute to his support if finan- · cially able",:Determination of financial 'ability will rest with county assist- anee boards. As an aid in arriving at their decision, the boards .will be provided- with an income scale by which -financial ability may be ;Judged. ! "This policy of the State board ·recognizes, in addition to the legal '. responsibility of lineal relatives, the . natural responsibility o£ other close ' relatives. It is assumed ·that individuals having a natural responsibility toward persons in need may be · expected to assume that'responsibil- ; ity before the public is asked to take ' it over." , Under provisions of the support '·ilaw; the matter of responsibility ap- ' plies to the husband, wife, child, ,father, mother, grandfather, grand- Smother or grandchild o£ any person '.receiving relief. Dog Siealer Gets Workhouse Stretch .,,· PITTSBURGH, Feb. 23.--Stealing ^valuable dogs, selling them and then rre-stcaling them finally landed Har- ry Ryan, 44, of Bridgcville, in crimi- "nal 1 court where Judge S. H. Gardner imposed a sentence of six to 12 . months fa the workhouse. Confluence CONFLUENCE, Feb. 23.--Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Mickey have returned .from several weeks visit with friends and relatives in Oklahoma and Kansas and other western states. Mrs. Mary Laub ox Tarcntum, who was visiting fricnoo at Addison, is now visiting her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bird of this place. Harvey Conn of · Draketown was here yesterday transacting business. John Turncy, who suffered severe injuries February 10 when his automobile was struck by a Baltimore - Ohio train, has returned to bis work hi the postoflice. Mrs. S. L. Downs continues to improve from a scige ol illness. , Evangelistic meetings, to last two 'weeks, were begun Sunday in Jersey . Baptist Church. Rev. N. E. Schind- Icr of Confluence Baptist Church is in charge. Mrs. F. S. Gerhard, who has been confined to her bed for several days on account of illness, is Improving. Mrs. A. G. Boughner has been admitted io a hospital in Pittsburgh for observation and treatment ol a heart condition. Mrs. David Cronin continues to improve from a badly infected foot and leg. E. E. McDonald has returned from a visit with friends at Smithton and Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. May were visitors Saturday evening at meetings ol Kingwood I. O. O. F, and Ke- bckah lodges. \ Galoshes for Cattle. WASHINGTON, Feb. 23.--Gas masks for babies and rubber galoshes for cattle arc among the new products being manufactured abroad, the Commerce Department reported. The rubber shoes are intended to protect animals from the hoof and mouth disease. DISTURBED AT NIGHT? A DIURETIC lat inch *· Dr. Fierce** A-naric m crftcn indicated and aratlly it H [ mfoent to relieve miner i Vidncr irreciilvitif*. Mr*. I X. J. Edwanb, 17J1 Voo Starch Are., Scnatoo. Pau, art: "I fft* relief *ram tb« fin* tottl* of Ie, PScroc'i A-nnric Tablet*, and after I bad mod la* than three SotUr* I Ml 100% better." Tltt? Or. n*rc**« A-auric T*blrt» »t jmvr drer litre bxlxy. Price, 65 cent* and JJ.JS. EXTRA for the r.5 i i ^pS!orn?^F^'H3T' r '!? Complete Home Furnishers Since 1891 "Bargain Days" Prices Out to Below February Sale Lows Two grout forces join to bring you Hie grandest opportunities to save on homo needs. For Community Bargain Days, Thursday, Friday nnil Saturday, and for flic last dny of (lie February Furniture Sale--Monday--vvc have done (he seemingly impossible. You liarc only to look at (ho prices in this "ad" to be convinced. And remember, every article has (lie Aaron backing for finality! Don't miss getting your share of the savings! Hard Rock Maple! 3 Big, Roomy Pieces $*Q 75 Last 4 Days, only .'.... «J7.= Comfortable davenport and two chairs, covered in high grade upholstery of delightful cross stripe design; Adaptable to porch, sunroom or living room. Warm, mellow hand-blended finish. Genuine I. E. S. Junior Lamps 95 Look for the I. E. S. card which is so important in buying a lamp for the student or for family reading. Always keeping in- mind "better light, better ·sight." Finished in ivory and gold or bronze. Genuine silk shades. Luxurious Lounge Chair February Sale $1Q.95 SIMMONS 3-Way Studio Last. 4 Days Your opportunity to have K roomy a n d comfortable lounge chair at a real saving. Innorspring construction; high grade cover. Complete With 3 Cushions A bargain price for the closing days ot the February Sole. Genuine SIMMONS quality. Opens easily into 'full size bed or single bed. Nicely tailored, very attractive. Save! Save on a Handsome 9-Pc. Dining Room Suite Nino grand pieces: Buffet, extension t a b l e , china, host chair and 5 side chairs. A remarkable low price for a dining room of charm and distinction. Rich walnut finish. %-. 9x12 ft. Felt Base Rugs t R or ""'Perfect-Not "Seconds" .74.== 9x12 FT. FRINGED VELVET RUGS In a beautilul array ol patterns and goregous colors. 9x12 FT. SEAMLESS AXMlNSTERllUGS A special line of quality Axminstcrs in pleasing patterns. 9x12 FT. ROYAL WILTON RUGS' In lush colorings and patterns beautiful to be- C hold. V flfl ul/ Distinctive Modern Bedroom 4 Large Pieces $ Charmingly styled in walnut and other select hardwoods, and a value that must be seen to be appreciated. A. bed rock low price for the 4 quality pieces: full-size bed, chest, vanity and dresser. Modern in design, yet not extreme. Note the attractive mirrors! A remarkably low price! Extra Value KROEHLER Group Innerspring Sofa and Chair Covered in High Grade Velour--February Sale $ Note the broad arms, seats and backs, the reversible cushions. "Hade by Kroehler" means the fine construction you expect--with careful attention to quality details, hidden from the eye, but which are so important for long service in the home. One of the greatest -values on our living room floor. . . Sturdy Maple Crib February Sale If you want one of these fine Storkline quality cribs for the heir-apparent, act now at this low February Sale price. Decorative end panels. 5-Piece Maple Breakfast Set (Unfinished)] February Sale Unfinished genuine napla dropleaf table and loui chain ot a special low February Sale price. Not many; of these sets remain In stock, so please hurry! Save on the World's Best Kitchen Cabinet! Famous HOOSIER February Sale $10.75 You don't have to be told about the beauty, convenience and labor-saving value of HOOSIER. Has the much-wanted built-in lines, yet you can take it with you when you move. In Sea Crest Green and Ivory, with slainproof porcelain work- top. A High Grade Gas Range With Heat Control . . . Insulated Special-Last 4 Days Only Everything you expect in .a gas range at a new low price! Convenient drop broiler, insulated and with oven heat regulator. Tn shining porcelain and glistening chrome with striking black accents in the bandies. "A lot of stove for a little money'."

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