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February 24, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 103S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEL,LSVILtiE, 'AGE FIVE. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. S. W. Mctzlor and daughter,! Mrs. Daniel MacDonald of Union- j town, were called to Barnesville, Ohio, by the serious illness ot Mrs. Mctzler's father, J. W. Judkins. Oppman's Taxi. Phone 700.--Ad- vertisement.--9oct-tf. Mrs. W. F. Soisson of Wills road has returned from Janesville, Pa., where she attended the funeral of Mrs. Ella J. Mountz, a very close friend, Monday. Bargain days cvcvy day hero! Adorable spring frocks, sizes up to 60, S1.89. Princess Shop.--Adver- tisement.--23fcb-3t. Miss Ruby Herbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Herbert of Dawson, underwent an appendicitis operation Tuesday at the Connellsville State Hospital. She is getting along nicely. Rummage sale. First M. E. Church basement, Saturday, February 20th, 10 o'clock A. M. Anyone having donations, leave at church or call 702-J. --Advertisement.--23fcb-3t. Mrs. F. E. Spear of Accident, Md., is visiting her brother-in-law and .Mstcr, Mr. and Mrs. G. C Widener of Atlas avenue, South Conncllsville Spring coats and plain dresses, dry cleaned and pressed, 49c. Simons Ca-sh Carry Cleaners.--Advertise- ment.--23fob-2t. Mrs Paul T Dick of Wills road returned this morning from New London, Conn, where she had visited her daughters. Misses Eugenia and Carolyn, students at Connecticut College for Women. Woman's Culture Club will present two, one-act plays, for members and guests, Monday afternoon, February 28th at 2 o'clock, in Car- nccie Free Library. Admission 25c. --Advertisement.--fcb-24-26. Paul Cohen, James McXulty, James King, Robert Morman, Russell Leplcy, Misses Marlha Downs. Ruth Lansberry, Jane Stillwagon and Sally Hough heard Don Bestor and his Orchestra at the Lucky Star Inn "Wednesday evening. Penny bingo. Jr. O. U. A. M., Odd Fellows Temple, South Pittsburg street, Friday night, 8:30.--Adver- tisement.--24fcb-2t. Lawrence Weaver of South Con- j ncllsville was a Uniontown business caller Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. George Yothcrs of South Pittsburg street is visiting her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hernley, in Scottdalc for a few days. Fred DcMuth of Wills road visited friends at Scottdale Wcdnesda; evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Furtney and i son, Bobby, have returned to their ! home at Uniontown after a visit ' with Mr. Furtney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Furtney, of Isabella road for a week. Mr. Furtney had his tonsils removed during his visit here. Mrs. M. F. Wilhere returned to Philadelphia Tuesday, having visited Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Shaffer in "igh- land avenue. .Mrs. George Pastors of Eleventh street, West Side, was called to j Akron, Ohio, to attend the funeral ot her cousin, Miss Ann Voratskl. The message received by Mrs. Pastors stated that Miss Voratski was killed, but gave no particulars. Miss Virgenc Allen ol Sault Stc Marie, Mich., arrived Wednesday to Aunt Met By ROBERT QUILLEN "It ain't courtin 1 in automobiles that ruins girls. You can't save n girl if tha only thing that koeps her good is not havin' any chance to be bad." Grim Reaper SIRS. MARY KELLEY MEYERSDALE, Feb. 24.--Mrs, Mary Kclley, 83 years old, widow of Mallchi Kellcy, died at her home in Sand T'atch, early Wednesday morning. Death was due to infirmities of old age. The Kclleys were among the early settlers of Sand Patch. Mr. Kellcy for years was employed by the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. Mrs. Kclley is survived by live sons and one daughter. They are Patrick. John and Mallchi of Sand Patch, James of Spangler, Pa., Rcbcrt of Mcyersdalc and Mrs. Ella Bracken of Akron, Ohio. Twentynine grandchildren and 19 great- grandchildren also survive. Funeral will be held Friday morning at 9 o'clock with requiem high mass in SS. Philip and James Church with Rev. H, T. Miller as celebrant. Interment will be in the church cemetery. !BRITAIN'S POLICY I DEVASTATING BLOW, j SAYS JOHNSON Continued from Page One. Prime Minister Neville Chambcrlnin is dealing with them. "We hnvo had an ocular demonstration o£ the Chamberlain atlitude that will make us very much more cautious in the future. I think there will be many more Americans now who will want to know what our foreign policy is." Senator Johnson broke his .silence oi\ the cITcct of the Kuropcan crisis on this country coincident with n controversy in Congress over the radio speech to Great Britain of Secretary of Interior Harold L. Ickcs in which he cnllcd for a united front among the democratic nation 1 ;, especially between the United Stales and Britain, against fascism and communism. Senator Arthur Vandcnbers, ft., Mich., said that before Ickcs "preaches to foreigners about protecting their governments against dictatoi- ships and anti-democratic concentrations o£ power, I suggest that he and his associates read Matthew 7:3." ("And why boholdcst thou ihc mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considcrcst not the beam that is :n thine own eye?"--Matthew 7:3.) Senator Gerald P. Nyc, IS.. N. D., said that he would be "violer.tly opposed" to the United States permit- ing Britain to assume that this nation would aid her in any given course. Senator Robert M. LaFolIette, P., .Vis., while declining comment on Ickcs speech, said that the great need now was to let the European nations work out their own problems without the United States seeking to cx- SIRS. HACHA'S FUNERAL LATROBE, Feb. 24--The funeral service for Mrs. Joseph Hacha will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lelbert Nolcn, in charge of Rev. J. B. Gardner, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church. Interment will be made in Unity Cemetery. MRS. KATIIERINE MORRIS Mrs. Katherine Morris. 76 years old, widow of Charles Morris, died Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John H. Toye, m Blainesvillc addition to West Brownsville. John JOHN OROSZ Orosz of Smock died Wednesday nftcrnoon at the Uniontown Hospital. visit Joan Duggan in South Pittsburg street over the week-end. Mrs. Mary Blair and Mrs. Ida Pickett have returned Irom Akron, where they were called two weeks ago by the illness and death of their brother, James Blough, a former resident of Connellsvillc. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Danahy of Buffalo, N. Y., Miss Jane Reed of Fairmont, W. Va., and Gerald Tier- ncy of Washington, D. C., arrived today to spend the week-end at the home of Attorney and Mrs. John Duggan, Jr., in South Pittsburg street. Postmaster Laura M. Clark and Stanley A. Phillips, postal employe, went to New Kensington to attend a meeting of the Western Pennsylvania Postmasters' Association this afternoon and the banquet this evening, which will conclude the conference. Mrs. Clark is director of the Fayctte County Postmasters Association. Miss Victoria Pogwizd of Everson, Miss Helen Tarconi of Trotter, Miss Bertha Omalacy and Miss Mary Pitto of this city attended the pageant ball held Wednesday . night Mosque, Pittsburgh. at Syria COKER DEBATERS DIVIDE CONTEST Connellsville High debaters divided in a contest with Moncsscn High at that place Wednesday night with each negative team being named the winner. Members of the Cokcr negative club w.rc John Munson and George JMarakas while the affirmative speakers were Sarah Bailey and Thomas FJoto. Made Homing Director. Herbert A. Johnston, Masontown undertaker, has been appointed Federal housing administrator for the Masontown district. Tight tfrdl*a and ·tiff foundation car- menu actually make many women look fat- Ur. Inttcail of ·quceilnir your fat, why don't you try to net rid of It? Why not h*»e a slim, lovely, youthful figure that p*di but little KlrdU control? Tht Marmola way It th» ca*y way to get kid of uifly f»t. Ju*t Uik* 4 Murmula ttv- »f ription Tablet* rach day. and In pi EC* of alarchy food* lit'c potatoe* and P»itr!«, eat otorr »aJad», fruits, tfr*rn vccntAbt**, and ro slow on fatty meat*. That'i liraple, lin't It? Yrt what m difference MarmoU and thii little chaajt* In your diet nay mak« In your wdeht. !»(·«· of fi to ft pound* a w*«k have Wn reported 1 n many ca tea from th! · tittiDl*. *a*y method of reducing. Marmot* Prescription TaNeti contain th« isjne eJt- arnt preMribed by many doctor* la trcathvz Owlr fat paM^ntn. Ot » l 1 * 1 * ** y*mr drux* flat today and tend tkat ugly fat on 1U v«y. Homesteads Factory Consfrucfion Begun MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 24.-With a stcnm shovel on the job, work has been started on the foundation for the garment factory to be erected at Westmoreland Homesteads. A modern one-story factory building, approximately 100x200 feet, is to be built with a "saw-tooth" roof. It will accommodate between 180 and 200 men and women workers. Ward Beckwith, now in charge of the homesteads, said the factory is solely n venture of the Homestead Cooperative Association and does not mean that the Government is going into business. "Two Creations," East End Subject, Rev. W. J. Ritchey, pastor of the East End United Brethren Church will preach on "Two Creations" at the evangelistic service tonight at the church. Special music will bo rendered by the choir. V. F. W. Sons Meet Friday. There will be a meeting of the Sons ot the Veterans of Foreign Wars Friday night at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Walter E. Brown Post in South Pittsburg street. Lunch will be served. crt influence. The Ickes speech, however, appeared to have prompted Johnson to drop the silence he hns maintained on foreign affairs since his viflor congressional drive caused Huil to nform the Senate that the United States has no foreign alliance or understandings. Johnson dismissed Ickes speech with n wave of hin white cigarct holder nnd the remark that the secretary "covers too much territory But of European developments, he said: "It is none of our business what England docs in this peculiar crisis except so far as it may influence our own policy." 'As I understand Mr. Hull he has made clenr what our foreign policy is. He says we will 'parallel' action of other democracies. I fear we will have a little difficulty in doing this now that Mr. Chamberlain hns moved off at a tangent, and our own 'parallelism' has suffered something of n set back. "So I ask again: What is our foreign policy? I'm confused and 1 am sure my colleagues are somewhat in a maze regarding it. "I don't blnmc Mr. Chamberlain for nctlng in he has upon the information that doubtless he poiscs-ve 1 : He thinks first of that tight little isle--of its peace, progress nnd proi- ncrily. When the tight little isle he deems to be in jeopardy, idealism becomes with him a mere dream. "No one can blnmc him. I hope no one will blame those who, thinking in terms of America and with this classic example before us, think of the United States alone--our peace, progress and prosperity." Rockwood HUh Triumphs. Rockwood spilled Shanksville by a s.coro of 33 to 20 in the closing Class B game in Somerset county. KIDNEYS PASS 3 L6S. A Doctor* »»y your kidoryi contain 15 nil** of tiny tub** or filtrrt whieft Mp to purify Ikt blond «nd k*rp rcu Jieajthy. Mo*t ixopU p»»» ·bout 3 pint* » a«y or »bout 3 pound* of wuU. Ircquriit or »«*nty PKM»C«*J with cawtini wronic with your kida«)* of bUddw. An rtf«« of »rid« or pni^oni In your blood, when due to function*! kid cry dUord^n, miy b« the c*uw- of naKKic bfcckich*, rbcum*Uc run«. Iff pairw, IIMI of p*P U^ 'D«-jy, f ft- unjc up i|;htn. Rw^Ilmc, pulfmrn aodrr Don't wwtl Ask your dnitp»t for Do»n*d rilU, UM^l aurewfully by rnillivnj fnr mr 40 J FV*. Thry MV« bippy relief »nd will hflp th« 5 mitai u lldflw tubffl Cuxh out poUonotu mvU frotD your blood. Ci«t Doui't PiDc. Last Times Today M A U R I C E C O K I I """"pinKY Tomun J'KIDAY ONLY "LET The Secret Front 1'ape Story of a Hundred Cities! Starring John Nan Robert HOWARD GREY WILCOX A )ioy niid a girl fighting o bring diuvn to a city of darkness: EDWAHI) ELLIS . .JUDITH BARHETT --I'lus-- mnv WOULD von FEBL IF YOU HAD A LOT OF M O N E Y I ? ? 1'retty good If you need It like most of us do! A n eusy way to Holies Is to attend this theatre T O I I A Y or F1U- 1MY n n d get your eluince nt our BANK NIGHT -Award- Tliis IVcek the Awards Are Itoth Bl(.-, *t25.00 ?75.00. When a Fresh Air Fiend Becomes a Pest to Others By LOGAN CLENDENING, M. D. FOR WHAT It la worth and Inviting comment from my readers, I print the following letter from a correspondent: "You're talking nbout colds. I acizc this op- p o r t u n i t y t o weep Into your v e s t p o c k e t a b o u t my pot a v e r slon--the fresh air fiend. "In the office, on the bu». In the restaurant, he Hislsts upon suddenly throwing lopcn a win- Dr. Clcndcnlng lo« Just as I am bog)nning to enjoy the carcsi of warmth about my back, and next thing I know I'm chilled, sneezing, blowing my noso nnd wiping my eyes. And I'm not the only one. "If only he could keep his itching fingers off that window! But no--he is 'protecting" me. Thanks to his protection, 1 havo to suffer nine to fourteen days of misery. "Will you kindly tell «uch birds they arc not protecting anybody but actually aro exposing everybody? " 'But the air is so otale,' the fiend sniffs. Now I don't believe stale air ever killed anybody; but ,ot arguing. I'm Just asking, you mow. X. Y. Z." Doctor Was Wrong! It Is possible we think too much about our health and even too much if what doctors say about It I note in tho paper that In Oivslda, n upper New York state, a man vas rejected In 1852 as a Civil war recruit became the doctor thought ic was too sick. He died tho other day near the ago of 100. Dr. Clendening will answer quenUoni of general Interest only, and then only through his column. I 1 do know that cold air, improperly applied, hns led to tho denfis of untold thousands. "The fresh air flcnO opens the window on a roomful of quiet hard-working people, or on a bui ful of passengers. They all start coughing and sneezing. Tell mo-how much purer is tho air now? If Is now full of cough germs, where as before It wns only Tatnle*. Is ther« a gain? -Maybo thero Is; I'n QUESTIONS FROM READERS M. H.: "(1) Is thyroid disturbance hereditary 1 (2) Is operation tho only cure for exophthalmic goiter when It Is of long duration ? (3) Is thyroid extract beneficial In a case of myxocdcma when the patient Is near 70 years and mentally lormal? (-4) Is thyroid extract 3cncflclal to a cretin nearly 30 years old who seems mentally normal, If this person also has diabetes Inslpidus of longstanding? (5) If a baby weighs nine and one-half pounds when born, and twenty-one pounds at five months, is he llablo to havo thyroid disease, being related by blood to the above pcoplo ? Would medication or treatment help him now? Answer: (1) No. (2) Israel Brahm believes that all cases of exophthalmic goiter can be cured by treatment without operation. (3) 1'cs, thyroid extract Is beneficial in coses of myxoedema, and nearly all patients arc elderly. (4) If a person la mentally normal, he Is not a cretin. The question is too complicated for reply by correspondence. (5) Tho question Is too complicated for reply by correspondence nnd should bo referred to a physician. EDITOR'S NOTE: Sercn p*mphlcti by Dr. ClendfnlnR can now b« obtained by ·ending 10 crntji In coin, for rnch. and n »r)faddr«*ued envelop* Btfcmpod with R threc.cent stamp, to Dr. Ixicivn Clrndenlnr. In caro of this p^pcr. The pamrihlMs «r«: "Three Wtrtei' flwluefti: Dl«". "Indigestion and Constipation". "Ite- duclntr and CftlnlnK". ''infant Feeding". Instruction* for tho Treatment of DKbetfn". "tmlnln« Hvjrleni" e.nd "Tho Care of Uio .Ulf juu) Sfclo"._ Honolulu Starts Improvements. HONOLULU, Feb. 24.--This city hns Just begun n $0,000,000 municip.il improvement progium for 1938 which will include $1,500,000 for permanent school buildings: $1,240,000 for park development: $600,000 for flood control channel;.: a $1,750.000 sewer system and $600,000 worth of water supply development. CONNELLSVILLE'S BEST ENDS TODAY TWO BIG FEATURES A I.nueh-A-MInute Romnnoc Chinese Planes, Over Sea, Cause Raid Stare in Japan Continued from Page One. vcre actually sighted from Formosa --merely, in a Domel news agency dispatch from Taihoku, the Formosan capital, that they were sighted over he sea northwest ot the island. | Formosa lie:, far south of the direct' ·langchow-Jopnn route. | Today's, air ,alnrm was the first ·cal one ever sounded in Japan. People had been drilled, however, because of the possibility that China might challenge Japan on her own soil, and when the alarm was sounded today authorities told the people of Kyushu to continue their usual "ictivitics for the present. Schools remained open, pupils on the alert for a warning to take shelter. Rear Admiral Kiyoshi Noda, chief of the navy information bureau, was discussing yesterday's raid on For- ·nosa when the air raid rJarm wns sounded in Kyushu Island. Noda .·.aid of the Formosan attack that he be- icvcd Chinese planes were sulli- cicntly powerful to attack Japan :ropur. He added that ate defense ^reparations were adequate. "The people of Formosa wore crlm during yesterday's attack and the ncident was not serious," ho said. A revised casually ll.st admitted nine persons killed and 29 wounded. Noda said that there were many bases from which China rould btart overseas attacks. Noda said he had no ,'nformation regarding rumors that Rusiion planes from Hankow took part in the Kor- mosan raid. He commented that in an air battle over Hankow February 18 the Japanese shot down SO Chin- ce planes, including three types of Russian ones. Turning to the replacement of three high oflicur;, o£ the Japanese command in China, Noda declined to discuss reports that there might be similar shifts in the navy comrmnd. "Voull kave more funwRen tKeSKINis clear from WITHIN TVfO man or woman vants to have a ll finder poked nc them or receive sympathy because of an unhealthy skin appearance. Some skin troubles arc tough to cor* reel, but we do know this---sUn tiuucs like the body itscH must be fed from within, To make the food we cat available for Mrcncih and energy, there must be an abundance of red-blood-cells. S.S.S. Tonic build* these precious rcdcclK It is asimple, internal remedy, felted for generations and also proven by scientific research. You, too,-will want to take SSS, Tonic to regain and lo maintain your red-blood-cell s... to restore lost weight ...to .Tgain energy...to strengthen nerves. ..and to ghc toyourjkjn that natural health fjlow. Take the S.S,b. Tonic treatment and ihortly )ou should be delighted uitlt the uay )ou feel... and have your fricndscomplimcntyou on the way you look. Available at any drug store. JOHM FLORCNCI B E A L · R I C E Dtr*«4*4 by WlffUm THtol* ·--nnd-- A Salute to Youth, to Fun, to Thrills! And you'rt io for thi entertainment treat of the month when you ttc these £ lovtble kidt and their high-jumping Iiigh * living Drawing at 8:50 p. M. B E G I N S T O M O R R O W Ad venture Sweeps Across the Seven Seas! DEPTH-BOMB DRHUI The unkoown, daring Hell Di yen of tho De«p in aearch of dog«rt TBRPE08-FAS1 JfiTlflH! Submarine* vs. super- drcndnoughu in mod* em naval maneuver*! UNDER-SEA THRILLS! AgalUatcfewmatunk- cn (ubmarino laughing rn the faco of death! FRANK McHUGH DORIS WESTON LLOYD BACON A fint Kitioul Plct«« - A COSMOPOUTAN PRODUCTION · Printed bj WARKOt BROS. ·CAHTOON LATEST XE1YS O PTCTOJUA Ti THE NEW TONIGHT--at about 9 p. m. 6..Res. U. S. Pit. Oir. A Sensational, New Thrill-' A-Minute Movie Game S100 in PRIZES! 10 Cash Winners TODAY and TOMORROW "That Girl From Paris"! Is Back In Town! --With good old JoUo O«ki. ·nd a bunch ot Iho boy« ho brought along (or inn . . . in tho »lngiri', ralngin' «how thai p a c k i lhi» loaion's biggast load of laughs and glowing romance. HEAR: "I Hit A Now High" "This NcverHap- poned Before"-Let's Give Love Another Chance" tilth ERIC BLORE EDWARD EVERETT NORTON John Howard Eduardo Ciannelll And .\notlipi- Vull l.enu'tli Kent lire I'ioliiri'! "All American Sweetheart" Patricia Farr, Scott Colton, Gene Morgan, Arthur Loft

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