The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 24, 1938 · Page 13
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 24, 1938
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FllIDAY, MARCH 4, 1UJS UUU1U1SU, UUNNliUbbViJLii.,K, PA. PAGE FIVE. CHARLES W. GALLOWAY SAYS CONSOLIDATION PROGRAM WOULD ELIMINATE B. O. PHILADELPHIA, Mai. 4 --Ch iilcs W. Gallow«ty, a vicc-picsiduit of the Baltimore Ohio Railroad Company, said "merger ot railroads would result in putting more people on relief and would tend to destroy communities " Speaking at a meeting of the Poor} Richard Club,'lie said ' ' The Prince plan to have one riil- road serve all the people between Washington and New York is intended to put the B O out of bust- ness . . I "Estimates of. the ' savings thnt would result from consolidation have been greatly exaggerated . The people wouldn't stand for it" Galloway criticized the "authority without responsibility of the consequences" o£ Federal government cf- lorts to "regulate" railroads If. all the pending legislation affecting railroads were pissed, he said, it would cost the country's class one railroads approximately $J,50B,- 000 a year to operate The railroads' "problem" could bo "easily settled and promptly disposed of by the Interstate Commerce Commission acting in accordance with the requirements of the law we already have," he said. SMACKING TIME WAS HAD BY ALL LONDON, MM. 4--A wife submitted a poem to the Thames police court to explain why she hit hci husband It read ' My child of six smacked the c it, ' My child of 14 smacked the child of six foi smacking the cat; "My husband smacked the child of 14 for sm "king the child ot six, "And I smacked my husband" Man Resembling Missing Judge ' At Couniy Home UNIONTOWN, Mar. 4--Mjstery which envelopes Frank Carey, 69, who resembles the missing Judge Crater of New York, was increased Thursday as he attempted to leave Fayette County Ho-ne. lie was half way down the Ions drive when he was brought back by Steward Alex J. Mead. He oflfcrcd no objection on returning and was subjected to a thorough medical examination Attaches say he displays unusually good use of English and perfect (able manners, indicating fno breeding " He said that although he is known as Frank Carey his first name might be Tom His wife's name was Elizabeth and he believes they hnd two children. He *Jaid he never attended a university as far is he could remember but was a student ot a high grade school His lather, he said, had operated n saloon in New ork City, The man declared he personally know former Governor Alt Smith and President Franklin. D Eooscvelt. Interrogated as to the source of his legal Knowledge, the man declared he had attained that ' by spending some time in courtrooms." "I've never been a judge, svcn a petit judge" he emphnsi^ocl i!,ked if he Knew where he was 1 c laid "In an almsbousc of some kind Start Jobless Veterans Poll WASHINGTON, Mar. 4 -- T h e Veterans Administration undertook the task of finding jobs tor 300,000 unemployed ex-service men Approximately a half million questionnaires went into the malls, addressed to veterans who ha\c reported themsel\es without work They wore'askcd to fill In the cards, detailing the type of work for which they are fitted and return them to the Un'tcd States Employment Service by March 31. Busadicr General Frank T Hmcs who his completed 15 years years of. service as veterans' administrator, said in an interview he considered 1838 "n critical" year lor former soldiers Liquor Store Probe Being Made in Counfy UNIONTOWN, Mar. 4.--H M White, investigator from Hamsbmg admitted he was conducting a "periodical audit' in the Uniontown liquor store as well as other stores throughout the State for the State Liquor Control Board He admitted that some of the attaches of the Umontown liquor store had been "on the carpel' for six to seven hours at a time Among the charges being aired in various liquor stores of Pennsylvania arr shor' changing of large sums of moncj during the Christmas rush, broker labels and dillution o£ tested liquor employes contributing various turns to make up reported shortages am disappearance of supplies furnished by State Upon his report to Harnsburg wil depend future action Five Millions Paid To Jobless in State Untontovvn Elks Nominate i UNIONTOWN, Mar. 4 --Lee Smith was nominated exalted rulei ot Un- lontown Lodge, B. P. O. Elks, at the meeting Wednesday night HARR1SBURG, Mar. 4--Five million dollars in unemployment com- p*Misation checks went to Jobles-* men and women throughout Pennsylvania during February, the Department o. Labor Industry announced. Detends Industry Police Collect $165 In Fines in February; 36 Persons Arrested Appearing before the LitPollcttc Senate Civil Lilwrtica Committee, Robert L. Lund (nbovo), president of the Lambert Pharmaceutical Co., and former president ot the National Association of Manufacturers, defended the industnalnU' TJIC of company unions, but denied that any members of the association coerced workon (Central Press) Female of Species Still More Deadly By United Press PROV1NCETOWN, M.T.S, Mar ·» --Men con be made to sec the error ot their vvavs but most women seem to feel thnt they know it all, say John A Cook, probation officer of n Bnrnstuble court, itv 1m .mnual report He uould rather deal, he asserts with six men than with one woman I-or'cits ind flnet collected by the Police Dcpuilment during Fcbiuaiy xcgitcd $lu5, the rc|X)it of Chief Andrew W rcve ilcd tod i Police made 3G ancsts of which :uimber 14 p.nd Ones or left foifeik, DICTIONARY LEADS COUPLE TO ALTAR SYDNEY, Mar ·) --Z ihaia Zcleno- vich, Rubbian bass singer, and Mibs Gwen Grah im, of Wellington, both clencicnt in each other's linguage to conduct a buccesbtul couitslnp einoutc to Austialia by mc,ms ot . Sp mish-FiiRlish dtction- aiy They \seie mimed upon their arrixal hcjc 13 ueic Arre 1 diidi iif,'cd, foui iclcased ind imittcd ts v-cit niaac these ch u Public diunkcnncss, 12 chunk and disoidcrly, one, disorderly conduct, seven, suspicious persons, three, lun- away from home, four, violation oC parkins ordinance Uso, gambling, five, assiult nnd battciy one, and sodomy, one. Police investigated 33 complaints, received lour requests for assistance, performed special duty 12 times, investigated six automobile accidents and recovered two stolen cars The police car pitrol 'covered 065 miles ind the motorccle 278 miles. Miner !· lowers DC id I linei W Howeis, 60, founci buy- and manigei of the furniture derailment oC the tuieka stores at Wmdbci, died Tuesday at Indiana Hospital He was a native of West- moiclnnd county His wife, three brothers and a sister survive Braun Employes Act To Advance Safely At .1 genual meeting ot the Braun Baking Compiny employes, fl\c men were selected to act on all sifety hearjnRs nnd rejjort on oil accidents. Jtss Tanthngcr, chairman, Wilmcr Wcrry, secretary, nnd Francis Malloy as tipstaft, were named, representing silcsmeri, Ttddy Boulos and C Schane, representing company interests. Saltty talks vvere given by the following J. J. Burns, secretary o£ Local No 491; John J. Quirk, resident engineer of Libert} Mutual Insurance Company, W, II Bender, supervisor of Motor Vehicles Riil- ways Exprebfa, Inc 'ind Fred^Ho- biuKh, sifety department of Uniontown police. Margiotfi Won't Stand For improper Allejnpi To Impair His Campaign B Unilcii Pr 1IARR1SBURG M 11 1 -- Attorney GIVEN DIVORCE AFTER 29 YEARS UNION! OWN.) Mar 4 -- After a in linage ot 20 ykirs, Elsie Kuhn, 47, of Belle Vcinon, was granted a divorce trom John Kuhn, 49, also ot Belle Vtinon by Judge W. Russell General Charles J Maigiolli u.aincd the Demociatie oigmuation todiy Hut the "public will resent any qtTort ^narges in me iioci « erne, ana to imiJnll Stale jobholders .igambt I barb.uous Ueatmcnt and indignities to person were supported -- '--'-- Can They \vcrc maincd July 5, 1300, at YounRstown, Ohio Charges in the libel ot cruel and me 01 anj c indid itc iceking the paity's Kubern itou it nomination" He said he v\as invcst-i^.itiiiR two casts of "coercion* lepoiled to him .ind if 1 find evidence of impropei conduct I will expose them " Mur- opposmK the orKini/ition's governor, Charles Al- ondid \te foi vm Tones testimony to the master with assertions that ' other women" figured prominently in her husband's life The wife averred tint, bcginnmgx with 1933, he cursed and abused her, struck hei on difteicnt occasions, humiliated her and, several times, threatened her life M O S T S E N S A T I O N A L O F F E R E V E R M A D E ? This C e r t i f i c a t e is worth $4.41 SSEH SATURDAY ONLY HBSSi rius certificate and 59c entitles the beaiei to one of our Genuine Indestructable $5.00 Vacuum Sncklfss Fountain Pens. Visable Ink Supply. You SEE the Ink A life-time Guarantee with each pen. All si/.es for ladles, men, boys and gills The New Plunger Filler-Vacuum Zip-Only One Pull and It's Full This pen holds 200^ more ink than any ordmaiy fountain pen on the market! You can write for Uiiee months on one filling' No repair bills' No lever filler! No pressure bar! Every pen tested and guaranteed to be unbreakable for life 1 Get yours NOW THIS PEN GIVEN FREE if ou Luj one m the city for less tlian FIVE DOLLARS' This certificate good only -while advertising sale is on Introductory offer. This pen wijl be $5.00 after At This blorc Onl I Fi-N TO LACK LIMIT CERTIFICATE The. Laughrey, Drug Company 113 South I'HNburir Conncilsrille, P«. 1 PEN TO EACH LIMIT CERTIFICATE DAY NEXT WEIK- T H I S SIGN OUT THEY GO! Values to *27.50 · Tour last chance to get an Overcoat at the most drastic price reductions ever offered! This is your opportunity to get a qualify coat, at a real bargain. These coats will nor DP shown In our windows. reduced to new low prices for quick sale Come in and tell us ^hat you want 01 need --and -\\e'll sell it to jou at lebs than cos,t (Winter goods, only). None of Miis meiclian- diso will be sliovvn in our displav \vimlov,-. 184 Wrsl Crn-Nfonl Aroniir, Hume 42 This Saturday morning begins a nationwide event ·which this country has never seen before. Thousands of used cars-many of them modern cars with the advanced features the industry has developed in the last few years--go on sale at prices far below those of several months ago. Never has there been a national, co-operative movement like this to make better, more modern transportation available to so many people! This National Used Cur Exchange Week comes at just the right time for used car buyers. The season--the prices and the values are all in your favor. Tiiis EASY T E R M S is the week to bring in your old car and drive out a better car. A great many 1937, '36 and '35 cars are included in this nation-wide sale. Cars have improved greatly in the last few years. If yours is older, you'll find it a real thrill to drive a car with modern style--bigger, roomier body--luggage space--safety brakes--bigger tires-smoother, more powerful engine-better gas mileage. Many of the dealers are offering their best cars with the finest kind of guarantees. If you arc driving an old, unreliable car--one that nags you with repair bills and threatens your safety every time you take it out--this is your great chance to own a safer, mora modern car. Your present car may cover the down- payment, and you can pay the balance on easy terms. If you have no car to trade you can still take advantage of the low down-payments and easy terms dui ing this sale. Go early! --before the best bargains are snapped up. Don't let National Used Car Exchange Week pass without seizing your great opportunity to DRIVE A BE! TER CARl SEE THE CLASSIFIED SECTION OF THIS NEWSPAPER FOR NATIONAL USED CAB EXCHANGE WEEK B A R G A I N S SPONSORED BY THE AUTOMOBILE DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF THE UNITFn :r

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