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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COWRIER. CONNBLLSVILLB. PA, THURSDAY, MARCH 10,1938. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. C. W. Utts of South Pittsburg street, uho has been ill lor some time past, is confined to her bed again. Oppman's Taxi Phone 700--Ad- vertisement.--floct-tf. Mrs. B. W. McCartney ol Oak street has returned from Pittsburgh where she visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Earl Mitchell Mr. and Mrs, Mitchell's little ton, Don, is ill of pleurisy. Jacket suits or men's suits, dry cleaned and pressed, 55c. Free call and delivery service. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertisement --7mar-4t, Misses Pearl and Sara Robinson went to Slippery Hock today to attend the funeral ol Dr. George Hamm, a friend and former professor at Slippery Rock College. Dr. Hamm died March 4 at his winter home at Palm Beach, Fla - Get Faycttc's delicious Hard Rolls at jour favorite grocer's, every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.-- r. Advertisement.--mar-7-9-10. Miss Rose Barren, who spent "Wednesday in Pittsburgh, was joined in the evening by Miss Evelyn Donnadia and Miss Rose Sine, all employed at the Hollywood Shoppe In North Pjttsburg street. They attended the merchandise mart at the -Fort Pitt Hotel Rummage sale by O. E S , opposite Clarke's Drug Store, North Pittsburg street, Friday, March 11, 9 o'clock.-Advertisement.--mar-5-8-9-10. Mrs. James M. Driseoll and son, James G , ol Vine srcet visited Mrs. Driscoll's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Groff, of Uniontown today. Penny bingo, Jr. O. U. A M , Odd Fellows Temple, South Pittsburg street, Friday night, 8 30 --Advertisement --10mar-2t. Attorney and Mrs. J. Kirk Renner of West Fayette street were Pittsburgh visitors Tuesday. ( Greenwood M E Church will hold ^a food sale, Saturday, March 12th, in "Mistlebauer's Storeroom, W. Crawford Ave --Advertisement.--lOmarll ~ Arnold Blasey of Vine street left Tuesday evening for Baltimore, Md., on a business trip. Mrs. Clarence E. Martin of Dunbar -Is visiting her mother, Mrs. J.- J ~Reed In South Conncllsville today. Mr. and Mrs Van A. Marietta 01 Race street visited Gilbert Jones o£ Pittsburgh, a patient at tho Mercy ; Hospital, Pittsburgh, Wednesday _ evening. Mr. Jones formerlyresidct Zhere. He is a West Pcnn employe " Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee am daughter, Peggy Ann, of Charlero visited Mrs Lee's mother, Mrs. Ellen "Quinn, of Brookvalo over the week- 'end - Mrs. Merrill L. Cadwell w»« called -to Buffalo, N, Y., yesterday on nc -count of the serious illness of he - mother, Mrs F B Babcock, who ha ^been suffering from a heart condi ·f Mrs. E A. Haudman of Stahl 3 Square, who underwent an operation "seven weeks ago at Conncllsvlll --State Hospital, is able to be out. tr · * ,. .------.^--^--M-: Re cords Destroyed, ; .Shields Tells Civil - Liberties Committee WASHINGTON, Mar. 10--Mayo '.Daniel J. Shields of Johnstown, Fa today told the Senate Civil Libertic Committee he had destroyed record concerning payments to approxi aately 500 special officers sworn in during the "little itcel" strike las xummcr. Shields testified ha had destroys the records before he was serve with a subpoena to produce the: before the committee. Shields said he had not armed any of the special officers. "Under the emergency I con sidered it wise that they should no be aimed," Shields said. Shields said the city purchase between $6,000 and $7,000 worth o tear gas during the crisis, but tcstl fled that "we still have 89 per cen of it." Six Fathers Again Arrested; Children " Not Attending Schoo KANE, Pa., Mar. 10.--Six fathers were arrested for the second time Ir n week today for refusing to sen their 17 children to the one-roor Morrison school taught by Mr Christine Prentice. - Tho "striking" parents must ap pear before Justice of the Peac -Emlle Stcnger for a hearing. At similar hearing last week, the fathc: were found guilty ol violating th compulsory school attendance law Actress Wand $100,000. MIAMI, Flo, Mar. 10 --David P Scoblc, Chicago millionaire, wa granted 10 days by Circuit Judg W. W. Thammcll to answer charg' ol a $100,000 breach of promise su brought by Lcnore Miller, Chicag movie actress, last year. V. F. W. to Attend Funeral. All members ol Walter E. Brown Post, Vetcr.ms ol Foreign Wars, ar requested to meet at the post horn at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon attend the funeral service lor Will lam Stillwagon, a veteran. ARE YOU WORRIED.,.,. ·boui c«r lnrtalm«nlt--Ol ofttr d*b!»7 BiJog you* ptobloma to "Ptrtoaal".. Ib»~wil U i!mpl«r ptllanc* -- cut BIG poymenla down No (ndotMfi i«qull«d.~ Qulck.lo.nl up ts*300-Priroi» PERSONAL FINANCE CO. 37S OfffeM Ninth Year In CannclUvfllc. Over McCroy't. - ~ W. Crawford Avenue. Phono M. Aunt Hei By ROBERT QUILLEN "All this complainin" seems silly. There ain't no sense _ in settln' back and makin' one family do all the work in a church and then fuss because they run it." Grim Reaper JOHN W. KINCELI/ John William Kincell, 72 years old, n emploje of the Capstan Glass Company at South Connellsville for (1 years, died at 2 10 o'clock this morning' at the family home, 118 IVoodlawn avenue, Greenwood, alter six-week illness. He was confined 0 his bed for a month last Monday. L heart condition was the cause ol cath. He was born July 8, 1805 al Haydcntown, Georges township, a on of the late Alfred M., and Evaline McKnight Kincell, and was the last urvlving member of his immediate amily. When he was three years Id the family moved from Hayden- own to New Haven, now the Wesi Side, and a year la er located a Vheelcr. Mr. Kincell was employed t tho Capstan plant until his late llncss He was also a former cm- loye of the CambrU Iron Steel Company, then operai Ing at Wheeler and the former American Manganese flanufacUirmg Company at Dunbar n his boyhood days he attended thi old Episcopal Church, which was ocatcd in West Crawford avenue Vest Side, and in later years thi Covenanter Church Mr. K'nccll was named June 17 .898, to Miss Catherine Kraus o Vulcan, Mich , and 10 years ago the 'amily moved to Greenwood. Beside his wile, six children survive. They arc: Mrs E. R. Piper ol Wheeler Mrs. J. Vi Cunningham ol Green wood, Walter, Edna, Allred and J Jr, all at home. There are alsc eight grandchildren. The funeral service will b« Sunday afternoon at 2 30 o'clock o the home with Rev. J. T. Mltchel' pastor of the Covenanter Church officiating. Burial will be in Hi: Grove Cemetery. JOHN E. CONROY UNIONTOWN, Mar. 10--John E Conroy, 37 years old, in charge o the transportation ol mall lor Union town postofllce for the ]ast five year and a veteran ol th» World War died suddenly at 3 30 o'clock Wcdnes day altemoon in Uniontown Hospita where he had been a patient since Monday. Mr. Conroy was born Aprfl 18 1B01, In Westmoreland county, a so 01 the late J nines and Rose O Rourk Conroy. He served with the Medical Corp and was stationed at Coblenz, lor 1 months during tho World War. H was a member of Uniontown Pos No. 47, Veterans of Foreign Wars Surviving are the v\ idow, Mrs Al vcrda Jobes Conroy, (wo children three brothers and three sisters There will be a prayer at the Inm ily home at 8 15 o'clock Saturda morning, followed by requiem big mass in St. John's R. C. Church. Bu rial will be In the family plot In Oak Grovo Ccmett-ry. Full military honors trill bo ne corded by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. ROBERT 3. SECIUST ROCKWOOD, Mar. 10,--Robert J Secrist, 53 years old, a constable on for 40 years tin employe ol the Ba timore Ohio Railroad Compan, died suddenly early Tuesday morn ing at his home here ol a heart al ment, Ho was stricken early Tues day morning Surviving are his wife, Sarah Hoo ver Secrist, and the following chl dren. Mrs, Matthew Kent ol Mey ersdale, Mrs. David Bryncr of Con R1GHTENED BY SPIDERS W H I L E ON ROCKY LEDGE By United Press LOS ANGELES, Mar. 10--Mrs clen Troy, wife of the Rovcrnor- eneral of Alaska, said today that ie was more frightened by spiders hile she perched 27 hours on a icky ledge, than by the waters hich swept down Snn Gabriel cnn- on and wrecked her cabin during ist week's flood Mrs Troy came sloshing out ol the ·myon wearing a borrowed pair of 12 shoes ycsterdnj, a week alter he flood She hid been isolated In a cabin with several other refugees or six days after her first escipe, nd today enjoyed her first full day n comfort since the Southern Cali- orrin disaster With her was Mrs Shirley Moran, wife of a county flood control fHclal They Ind been staying to- ether at a cabin deep in the cnnyon A 10-foot wall of witer came down he canyon, ripping away hall the abln before they got outside In heir flight, they saw 10 other cabins arrlod away They tried to drag a packing box p the hillside with them to use lor loiter and then three spiders umpcd from the box. "We dropped the box and ran last- r than before," Mrs. Troy sild "We Imost forgot about the flood when 10 saw those spiders" The waters washed them onto the edge, where they clung for their Ves 27 hours. l o u s e to Let Senate Unearth More Revenues Named Hawaii Governor. WASHINGTON, Mir 10--President toosevelt nominated Joseph B Poin- lexter lor another term as governor if Hawaii He also sent to the Sen- itc the nomination ol Bunk Gardner if Kentucky to be Federal district udge ol the Panama Canal Zone to uccced Charles Harwood, resigned. Continued from Page One. roceed with the bill. The Administration held a slight ope thlit the surtix could be put ack into the bill on a roll call vote efore (passage, but opponents be- eved their margin of ISO votes to 24 would be maintained or in- rcnscd I Suggestions lor imendnjents to re- lace the lost revenue dJicussed by ongressmcn and behind)which sup- ort may develop during the da m- luded' / I 1 A proposal by Representative \ Willis Robertson, D, Va, to in- rcise the $2 a gallon liquor tax to 2 25 to raibc an estimated $35,500,00. 2 A one-cent a gallon luel oil tax ackcd by Representative Pat Boland nd J Harold Flanncry, Pcnnsyl- ania Democrats, which would raise bout $146,000,000 3. Increase ot the 20 per cent ndistributcd profits tax to 21 per ent. 4 Reinstatement ol about $30,00,000 in minor excise taxes which he bill proposes to repetl Objections were lound to each ol these proposals. When Under-Socretary ol the Treasury Roswell Magill undertook a formulate a new Administration ax program he was instructed to icvise one that would produce ap« iroxlmately the income received un- Son Born to Walthcr A 10-pound son was born at 'clock this morning to Mr. and Mrs Sugene Walther, Fourth street, South Conncllsville. There are now lour joys in the family. Mrs. Walther is he former Miss Ruth Powell ncllsvillc, Mrs Robert Saunders o: [ndianapolic, Ind, Miss Sarah Secrist, Robert and James Secrist, all a home Two sisters, one brother, and 13 grandchildren, also survive They ire Mrs W. H. Cannon of Meyersdale, and Mrs. Myrtle Zinn of Cumberland, M d , and Charles Secrist o Philadelphia. The body will He in state in thi Rockwood Reformed Church Friday afternoon from 1 30 until 3 and th service by Rev. Harold Baer of Som erset, pastor ol the Rockwooi Church. Burial uill follow in th Rockwood I. O O F. Cemetery. MRS. WILUAM T. YURICK MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 10 -Mrs Anna Yurick, 71 years old, die~ at 5 25 o'clock Wednesday alternoo; at her homo in PJcnsant Unity She is survived by her husbanc William Thomas Yurick, two daugh ters, Mrs. John Bullck and Mrs An drew Stiligo, of Whitney, and b three sons, John Yurick of Nema colin, William Yurick, Jr, of Colonla No. 3 and by Thomas Yurick o Hoyrl. Fifteen grandchildren alsc survive. The funeral mass will be held hi St, Florian Catholic Church at Unite at 8 30 o'clock Saturday mornin with Rev. Father P J. Odclga Ir charge. Interment will be in the S Vincent Cemetery. SIRS. DOROTHY A. KHOME MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 10.-Mrs Dorothy Alma Rhomc, 37 year old, died Wcdneday morning at 3 3 o'clock at her home at Hutchlnson She was n member of the Fre Methodist Church of Mount Pleasan Surviving are her husban Charles; six children; three sUtcr Miss Mary Miller o£ Front Roya Va , Mrs. Mary Johnston and Mr Zclla Jordan ol Washington, D. C and ono brother, Earle Miller Front Hoyol, Vn. The funeral service will bo held n 2 o'clock Saturday altcrnoon at th home. Interment will be in Green lick Cemetery. B. V. REX FUNERAL Church and Masonic funeral serv ices will ba held at 11 o'clock Frlda morning for Robert V. Rex, who die suddenly Tuesday morning at h' home In Lamberton. Rev. Dav: Hunter of McCMlandtown will ofll elate, while Masonic services will b conducted at the grave in Sylva Heights Cemetery. Last Showing Today COatKS'G FRIDAY. Tins BA3TK JfTGHT. If you have not attended our matinees and signed n provj card yet, como doiui cnriy and si£n up. Tlio nmonnt this vcok Is: First-$475.QO - - . . Second-?! 25.00 DR. TOWNSEND ASKS COURT TO REVIEW PRISON SENTENCE By United Prcus WASHINGTON, Mar. 10 --Dr. Francis E Townbend, old age .pension advocate, today asked the Supreme Court to review \alidlty ol the 30-diy jail sentence imposed on conviction o£ charges ol contempt of a House committee Stork at Hospital. There were two births at Connells- villc State Hospital A ion was born at 10 35 o'clock Wednesday mKht to Mr. and Mis. Heibert Dobrick of 413 East Gibson avenue and a daughter at 4 10 o'clock this morning to Mr and Mrs Clarence DcWltt ol Connellsville, R. D 2. dcr existing law But with the elimination of some of the so-called "nuisince" levies ·md the downward revision ot certain of the so-called business taxes by Congress, Administration fiscal officials are beginning to feel that the Goveuunent's Income might be impaired Anticipating such action by Congress, Treasury tax experts already are preparing recommendation intended to make up lor the deficiencies It was made clear, however, that before the Treasury makes any proposals to Congress, it will determine uhcther the burden should fall on corporations or individuals Under the existing law, theie is an approximately equal division of the income tax load. CONNEIXSVEUUE'S BEST Last Times Today CAN SHE ESCAPE UNDERWORLD VENGEANCE! TONIGHT CASH N I T E Attend Matinee and Bo Eligible for Award. HKGISS T TONIGHT'S OUR NIGHT They Step Outv.%, A MUUo« Lotigtu Art Dornl WhenThey News O Our Gang Comedy Cartoon allirnore Ohio Asks Loan io Meei Trust Maturities WASHINGTON, Mar. 10 --The nltlmore and Ohio Railroad todiy skcd the Interstate Commerce Com- ilssion to authorize it to use lor laintcnancc ,a $2,233,000 loan granted it by the ^Reconstruction Finance Corporation for retirement ol equipment trust maturities The road also sought permission to use the unexpended balance ol another $00001000 RfcC loan for maintenance / during March and April I If the ICCj authorizes the use ol the funds lor maintenance, the road then will apply to the RFC lor similar permission THE NEW at about 9 p. m. A Sensational, New ThriH- A-Minute Movie Game 5125 in PRIZES! 10 Gash Winners TODAY and TOMORROW --Feature No. 7-- ! i Genttanaen prefer Mae as She-gal who made tho Nineties Gay I ! --Feature No. 2-- D O H Famous ("Play Don!") , . R a d i o A n n o u n c e r 1 7-"xes up"the~ro/nanc« of his boss EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION The "Quintuplets" in Every Day Life

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