The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 13, 1930 · Page 5
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March 13, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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THURSDAY, MARCH 13. l'J30. THE DAILY COURIER, CO? NELLSVILLB, PA. SCIENCE STEP N$AR TO FINDING SECRET OF ORGANIC LIFE By United Press. flOMK. March 13--Science has made another step forward In the fasclnat- ing battle to discover the secret ot organic life, the Academy of Italy was told by one of Ita members, F. T. oVlarlnettl, yesterday. Marintti presented an important ·biological diecovery to the academy, made by Dr. Puigo Cremonese, who, h eaW, rec-ently photographed vital Mount Pleasant Special to The Courier, MOUNT PLEASANT, JVIarch 13.-Tie Missionary Society of the Re- Tto-Utiioii Preabytcrlan Church met at the home of Mrs Jean Painter in Vine street on Tuesday evening. The devotional "Pioneers of Faith," vraB In charge of Mrs. B. P. Merhling. MTS. Hicharcl Doncaster read a paper ou David Livingstone; Mrs. T. R. Snyder one on the McBeth Sisters; Mr8. John Freed one on tho MoflUs. At tho closo oC the program refreshments wero served uul a social hour held. Thj hostess s Mere Mrs. S. C Stevenson, Mra. "VV. F. Smith and Mrs. Jean Painter A n n u a l Meetlnsr. Tho Missionary Society of the United Brethren Church -will hold Its a n n u a l meeting at tho church this evening Jlo«p|fal Staff Meets. The suit of the Memorial Hospital held I IF meeting at the hospital yesterday ,it noon. Present were Dr. W. A. Maish, Dr. Mary Montgomery Marsh, Dr John L. Burkhoider, Dr. H. T. r.ararcl, Dr. V. P. Plsuia, Dr. J. P. Sinckler, Dr. William Robinson and Dr O.' T. McNish. Bible Class Meets. The Men's Biblo Class ot the Methodist Episcopal Church was entertained Tuesday evening at thfe home of John HefTling In Main street. There "was a business and social meeting. New Pastor April 1. Rev D. P. Hoover, new pastor ot tho Church o£ the Brethren, will arrive in Mount Pleasant on April 1 and take up the pastorate. Rev. Hoover comes from Wlnclber. Farewell Party. A farewell party was given for Miss Gordon, a high school student, lit the home o£ Miss Nelle Walker. Miss Gordon will leave this week for jOhio -with her parents. I'ortnJ^htlj- Club. Tho regular meeting ot the Fcrt- fcightly Club will be hold at the Mount Pleasant Inatitute on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Lloyd Rumbaugh will have eharge of the program, which will be foade up ot folk songs and dances. Want Broadcasting Station. Burgess 8. P. Stevens, Secretary Russell B. Ross of the chamber of commerce and Carl W. Lemmon left yesterday for ' Washington, D. C., Where they will appear before the Radio Commission to seek a license for a new radio broadcasting station (to be located in Mount Pleasant. radiation emanating from bodies. Marlnetti'a report on the discovery concluded: "We may I'vontually, as a result ot this discovery, look for the Introduction of physical mathematical elements into biology, flecking the energetic formuhi of man, ]u*t ae haa been discovered the formula of the composition ot blood." S Confluence , CONFLUENCE, March 13--Benjamin Kregar of Markleton was a buel- Iwss visitor in town yesterday. R. F. Lenhai't, well known mer- ichant of Llatonburg- was in town yes- ferday transacting business. We are glad to report the condition of K, R. Begge who has been ill Cor several weeks is much improved. M. I t . Vottght, lumberman of Fort Jllll, wan a business visitor In town y«eteilay. Mre. W. W. .'razee has returned to er home here after a visit with her fton-ln law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins at Coal Center. Dr. Joseph Hmith of Braddook was H professional visitor a?t the Frantz Hoepital ye«t«rday. Rev. George Rodgers of Bedford county was a pleasant buslneeg visitor here yesterday. Wilbur Wheaton of Markleton was in town yesterday greeting friends and transacting business. Alverton ALYERTON, March 13 -- Harry Jones wufi a Connellsville business Caller Monday. days Pearl Quartz has returned borne after spending several With Irlende in Emerson. Mrs. Iren« Sherriok and Mra. Dor* pthy Khier were Scottdale Choppers Tuesday. Mrs Miua Markley of Unlontown trisittxl Alverton frienda on Tuesday. FRANCE REJOICES AT GERMAN APPROVAL OF REPARATIONS PLAN By SAMUEL DASH1ELL United Pre« Staff Cc-rrfispondent PARIS, March 13.--France rejoiced today at wh.it is regarded n* the sue- 1 oeseful concluelon of a 10-year struggle to solve the economic prob- [ lems arising from the World War, by the German Refchstag'e acceptance of j the Young leparatlone plan by the | substantial majority of 73 votes. Germany, in the opinion of iinan- ciera and politicians, hau at last definitely accepted the responsibility for making annual payments intc the International Uank ot Settlemetite until 1988, thus providing, eventually, for liquidation of all war debt*, including those of th' Allies to th« United States. The majoi Ity by which the plan was accepted was particularly pleading, since it indicated that the Reichstag's sentiment, regardless of party politlca, wae heavily In favor ot the accord. Another reaction -was the strengthening of popular confidence In thei Tardleu govornment, which carried on I the .tnal battle at The Hague second economic conference against the cleverest of maneuvering of the German delegation and over the efforts of Dr. HJalmar Schacht, then president of the Rek hebank, to torpedo the Young Plan HUNGARIAN GRAIN PRICES AT LOWEST LEVEL OF 30 YEARS BUDAPEST, Hungary, March 13. One man was dead today and others In a state bordering panic as a result of a crash on the grain market, which sent prices tumbling to the lowest level in. 30 years. Ignatz BJ aun, a grain broker, shot himself in his office. He is believed to have lota heavily in the crash. TAKING CENSUS IN CANAL ZONE JUNGLES BEGUN ay UnU«d Wen. BALBOA Canal Zone, March 18.-- Th« taking of the 1930 census Jn tho Canal Zono waa w«ll under way to? day, having been begun early in ord«r to complete the tabulation in tho Jungle areas during the dry season. The population 40,000. is estimated at Vanderbilt VANDS3KBILT, March 13 -- The Faithful Friende Class of the Christian Church held Ita monthly meeting latt evening at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. W. K-. Freed. Tw«nty member3 w«re present, also five guests. Lunch was served. The Kej stone Cla«s met -with Mni. Bert Newmyor Tuesday evening. Miss Bell Newmyer oC the Dawson- Scottdale i-oad, is very ill with influenza. Ralph Campbell of Uniontown was Jn town y+6terday on business. Boy Croighton of Pltteburg wae calling on friend-s here Tuesday. The meotings at the Methodibt Episcopal Church are being well attended. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the American Legion will meet Friday evening for the regular monthly session. Mrs. Lizzie Swift, who haa been in the Connelktville State Hoepital for the lafit three weeks, is not any b«tter. W. T, Laird, Edward Reed, Lewis and Edward Marotti and Tony Bonadia attended the American Legion meeting in Fnlontown. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Colbert and Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Martin wero in Apollo Wednesday attending the funeral of Mia. Colbert'6 etoter-in-law. Use our classified advertisement. / It Is With Pleasure and Satisfaction that customers and clients transact their banking business at this Bank. Every facility for promptness and efficiency. Your Checking count is invited. Ac- THE UNION NATIONAL BANK CONNELLSYILLE, PA. EST si or. MOTHER, I GET MUCH WHITER CLOTHES THAN YOU . PLEASE TRY RtNSO IN YOUR WASHER I'LL TRY IT NEXT WA JHDAY. JUST TO PLEASE 'OU NEXT WASHDAY I NEVER SAW YOUR WASH LOOK SO SNOWYI AND OUT ON THE LINE SO EARLY. TOO MY DAUGHTER T )LO ME ABOUT A WONOERF JL SOAP - RINSO. tT LC OSENS THE DIRT LIKE *AQIC ter clothes now fro om washer A NEW PEAK IN RADIO ^PERFORMANCE HEM Ap«x Snper-Scre«n-C Radio --Apex Multi-Piaae Circuit Apex Full Tone-C olor Electro-dynamic Speacer. Only $115 (low tubes). Other Apex Radios from $45 to $160 (lees tubes). loa- venient terms. WERTHEIMER MOTCR CO. West Crawford ATC. Phone 19G. Coi Pa. APEX R A D I O ADAMS ASKS COURT TO REMOVE COSTS FROMPROSECUTOR Special to Tha Courier. UNIONTOWN, Marfch 13-- Declaring that lu his judgment th« prosecution. was brought In good -faith, District Attorney J. B. Alams yeeterday presented a petition lefor« Judge D, W. Henderson asking that th-e costs placed on the prosecutor, Gardner, hi the Margaret Vanl«rver ca»e be removed and fiaid by th« CAROL'S LOVE NEST DESTROYED BY FIRE Bj United Pr*s«, BUCHAREST, Hu aania, March 13. -- Fire «arly today p irtlally destroyed thq MunutitirEu Palu je, eumtner residence of former Cr wn Prince Carol. The palace \ kaov \\ throughout Rumania (us the "love n st" of th-e prince. I!anto id Kush. BIO D JANBIH ), March 12,-Diamond* have rec atly been discovered in the Jauru 1 iver in the state county. Gardner charged Mrs, Van-'of Matto Groafao. 1 rom surrounding d«rv«r with harboring a child for Immoral purpocee but the threw the case out. grand Jury Classified AdYcrtlsetnenU Bring nesulta wh^n placed lu th« col- of Th.» Daily Oouiier, hamlets over 3,000 would-be prospectors have rusho' to the locality and are now busll engaged la the business of trying o find the lucky stone? PatJOiiUed those '4u advertise, 1000-02 W. Crawford Avc. We Deliver. Market %·. ' M ' *»*»/\ Phone 620 Quality at Low Price You buy here with the assurance of satisfaction. Everything, meats, groceries and produce, is of finest quality -- yet prices are lowest obtainable. Phone 620 for any of the week-end specials listed below. CIo ver bl oom and High Grade BUTTER Sandwich and Potato BREAD 3 loaves 25c 43c Ib. . . Neighbor Seedless Raisins, pkg. ........ lOc Prepared Mustard, qt. jar ....................... 35c Ivory Soap Flakes, large pkg ............... 25c Baker's Snowdrift Cocoanut, loose, pound ................................ , ................................... 27c Quaker Macaroni, Noodles, 3 pkgs. 25c Smoking, Chewing Tobacco, 3 pkgrs. 25c Hipolite Marshmallow Creme 2 jars 45c Fruits and Vegetables Bananas, ^P*/» dozen tU*J\s Strawberries, Pint Boxes Delicious a n d Beauty Apples, 3 Ibs Fancy Celery, 2 Igo stalks.. Celery Hearts, large bunch Head Lettuce, 3 large heads Fresh Spinach, 2 pounds Cal. New Carrots 3 bunches Grape Fruits, Ige size, 3 for Cauliflower, head Oranges, dozen Turnips, Parsnips, Tom a t o e s , Cucumbers, Parsley, etc, Rome 25c 25c 15c 25c. 25c 25c 25c 25c 35c SUGAR Pure Cane Franklin 25 Ib. sack $1.39 Pillsbury or Sweet Cream FLOUR 241/2 I Sack $1.09 Pepper Pot Soup, can .................. National Biscuit Mixed Cakee, Ib. Uneeda Biscuits, 6 boxes ........... ........ 2 cans Babbits Lye and 1 can Cleanser ........... , Brooms with 10c 25c 25c 39c hardwood 43c Special I \ Jersey Products 3 boxes 20c I'BOX Jersey Boiled Whole Wheat 1 Box Jersey Bice 1 Box Jersey Corn Flakes. Jell-O, all flavors 3 pkgs Cream of Wheat, large pkg ,. Free Running Salt 3 large boxes ...'... Hogsett Pastry Flour, 5 Ib. sack Crisco, Ib. can 25c Pillsbury FLOUR, 5 Ib. sack 27c 35c Delicious Spanish ' OLIVES, qt. jar National Biscuit Soda Crackers,3 Ib.box42c In Tomato.Sauce SARDINES, 2 Ige. cans 25c Monarch Pure Tomato Strictly Fresh EGGS 29c doz. CATSUP,2 Ige. bottles 29c Heinz Italian Style Spaghetti, 2 med. cans 25c A Neighbor Matches, 6 Ige. boxes 19c All 15c Brands Cigarettes, 2 pkgs. 25c Hershey COCOA 27c Ib. Scratch Feed 10.0 Ib. sack $2.39 Finest Quality "T" O fiovernment · W Inspected Fresh Spare Ribs, per pound Breakfast Bacon, pieces, per pound .,.,,,..--,.--,, Armour's Star Sliced Ham, pound Pork Loin B,oast, pound ., Stewing Lamb, per Ib Veal Breas.t, per pound Old Fashioned Sliced Bacon, per Ib. .., Leg ot Lamb, per Ib 20c to 5 pound 25c 45c 23c 20c 25c 35c 35c Delicious; Full Dressed Chickens 42 Ib. Old Fashion Bacon, OA whole or half strip, Ib. Oil C Neck Bones and Fresh Pigs Feet, 3 Ibe Pork Butts, ' per pound , Skinned Fresh Hams, 8 to 10 Ib. average, whole or 'half, per pound Lamb Chops, per pound ,, Pork Sausage, loose or link, per pound Pork Shoulders, whole, t H 6 to 8 Ibs, per Ib ,, 1 | C Veal Roast, home OA tlreased, per Ib OlIC* Sirloin, Tenderloin and Round STEAKS 40 Ib. All Beef Cut From Yearling Steers Beef Liver, II pounds Fresh Hamhurg, ground, per Ib Chuck Rods 1 ., per pound per pound ........... ,.. _______ Boned and Rolled Rib Roast, per pound ......... Veal, Pork uad Beef, for meat loaf, 3 pounds ..... , ...................... 35c 25c 30c 35c 35c ground 85c Armour's Star SKINNED HAMS Whole or Halt 25cib. Plenty of Parking Space at the West Side Market

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