The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 23, 1939 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, March 23, 1939
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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 193.7. PERSONAL MENTION Miss Helen Davin, manager of the corset and underwear department, Miss Sue Percy, in charge o£ the infants' and children's, wear. Miss Gertrude Lindsay, head of the office ol Tro^tman's store, and Mrs. Mildred Tarinehill, a member of the office force, spent Wednesday at th? company's store at 'Greensburg on business. i Plain dresses, dry cleaned and pressed, 59c. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners. -- Advertisement -- 20mar-4t. Robert T. Renner, son of Attorney and Mrs. J. Kirk Renner of West Fayctte street, and Donald M. Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Rogers of Chestnut street, Scottdale, are spending the Easter vacation at their respective homes. Mr. Renncr is a senior and Mr. Rogers, a junior at the Pcddic School, Hightstown, N. J. Rummage Sale, Friday, March 31st, by the American Legion Auxiliary in American Legion Home, 340 N. Pittsburg St. -- Advertisement -- mar-S-1522-29. There was no improvement today in the condition o£ Mrs. Emma Coughenour, who is ill at her home in East Green street. The Ladies' Bible Class of Trinity Lutheran Church will hold a bake sale, Satuiday, March 25th, at Fox's Wall Paper Store. -- Advertisement. -- 23mar~2t. Mrs. C. H. Weisgerber of Vine street returned home Tuesday evening from Uniontown xvhere she was the Aunt Het By ROBERT QUILIJEJV "I don't like funerals, and I don't care much about Ben, but I'd been necdin' a good cry for two weeks." Grim Reaper SAMUEL SNYDER Samuel Snyder, 92 years old, the oldest resident of Rostraver township, died Tuesday night at his home alter an illness of two weeks. He is sur- \'ived by two sons, Harry of Cleveland and Elmer of Bollo Vernon, R. j D.; two daughters, Mrs. William Roband Mis. Hai.y guest of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Baker, j ~'; *;" £ " p^dale Alluring spring dresses and chic j SnyJer Q£ C l r m t o n ; one brothor| ,,. S. Snyder; one sister, Mrs. Add Howard, both of Belle Vernon; 15 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. hats at economical prices. Princess Shop. -- Advertisement. -- 23mar-lt. Mrs. F. H. Smith of South Pittsburg street visited Mrs. Anna Flcx- ncr of Carrick, a patient at the South Side Hospital, Pittsburgh, Tuesday. Newest spring wool flannel skirts, special, $1.49. Princess Shop.--Ad- vertisement.--23mar-lt. Mrs. Laura Piersol, ill at her home in Morrcll avenue, rested somewhat easier Wednesday night and was slightly improved today. Get Fayc-tte's delicious Hard Rolls at your favorite grocer's every Fri- day.--Advertisement.--23mar-lt. Mrs. Robert Heffley is ill of grip at her home in South Ninth street, Greenwood. The condition of Scott Kiingen- smith. who is critically ill at his home near Broad Ford, remains the same. Mr. Kiingensmith is the father of Mrs. L. M. Findley of South Eighth street, Greenwood. James Daily and Harold Walk The luneral service be held Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Robson at Priccdalc with Hex'. IVrcy Mundy, pastor of the Belle Vernon Baptist Church, ollit.tiling. Interment will be made in Belle Vernon Ceme- SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK ,\3^ By R. J. SCOTT CACA.O -TREE ·tWo POUNDS OF COCOA. A.-TRE.E wn_j_ PRODUCE. -fftREE POUMDS -- · PAIR RISE OH , B)L1S BE CULrfiVAfED Of- AH AREA, Rev. Clark Will Conduct Preparatory Service Tomorrow Prisoners Eat Beans, And More Beans, As Hunqer Strike End; A N D ^ LOUD AND -frlE'BK K'EHP YUfrt -THE. SRE.TCK SHOUT" , Bttr-fHE A.l.BA,-fRoSS " were Pittsburgh business Wednesday evening. Miss Louise Heavner, callers O'HAKA FUNERAL The funeral for O'Hara, 04, retired Baltimoie Ohio Kail- road brakcman who died Wednesday after a stroke, will be held Friday morning. The cortege will meet at the home at 1017 Isabella road at 8:30 o'clock and requiem high mass will be celebrated at Immaculate Conception Chuich at 9 o'clock. Rev. Father Henry A. Geibel, rjastor, will officiate Interment will be made in St. Joseph's Cemetery. In addition to his widow, sui-viv- ors include a son, James V. O'Hara, of Connellsville; two daughters, Mrs. Cecilia Hough at home and Mrs. Nan Burns to Death, Guests Barely Escape Somerset Hotel Fire cierk at Margaret Hickey of Gary, Ind., and Rush's Drug Store in North Pitts- I s ; x grandchildren. burg street, is ill at her home in Vine ! . street with grip. Miss Mary Marie Pritts, employed ConltnueoSJrom Page One. mushroomed quickly to (he upper thiec floors of the structure, houf-ing eight apartments. Damage \\.is estimated at between $150,000 and $200,000 The frightened cries of a seven- wecks-old baby probably saved the lives of mnny persons. Awakened by smoke pouring into his parents' apartment on the second floor of the building, the ch'ld. Robert Ryan. began to cry. The noise awakened his parents, who spread trie alnrrn. The blare was discovered at 4 10 A. M. It was not until moie than throe hours later that firemen from at Burns' Drug Store in West Craw"- Somerset and seven adjoining towns had it under control. A back vn'.l MRS. REBECCA DUNHAM j o t the structure collapsed at the Mrs. Rebecca Dunham, 82 years , height of the lire. old, died Wednesday moining at her I The destroyed budding is situaled Cord avenue, attended the cosmetic I home at Star Junction o£ complica- ' on North Center avenue, just of! the school convention at Philadelphia j tions after a lingering illnc"S. ' Mam Diamond, Somerset's principal over the week-end. | she was preceded in death by her business street. It adjoins the Van- Mrs. W. E. Honsinger and son, husband, Fisher Dunham, and is sur- near Hole], a fireproof structure Robert, of East Orange, N. J., are i vived by these children: Mis. Sam- | damaged by fire several years ago. visiting the former's parents, Rev. | ue ] Galley of Perryopohs, Miss Dora j Other nearby buildings also were and Mrs. William Hamilton, o£ Leis- er.ring. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Briercheck and Richard Sheridan of Brownsville visited Wednesday evening with Mrs. Bricrcheck's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yoimkins, ol Highland avenue. Thomas DeHuff of Race street spent thu day visiting in Pittsburgh. Miss Katherine B. Humphrey and Miss Martha G. Driscoll visited the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Rodger W. McNaughton at Mount Pleasant Wednesday evening. Mrs.'F. S. McCairns and daughter, Miss.- Isabelle, of South Ninth street, Greenwood, visited friends in Uniontown Tuesday afternoon. Dunham and Miss Mary Dunham, at ' firepioof. and firemen believed home, Mrs. Ross Bowden, Mrs. Jack Lammie, Frank Dunham and Scott Dunham, all of Star Junction, and Howard Dunham of Masontown. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the home. Interment will be in Mount Washington Cemetery. THOMAS MATIIIA MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 23.-Complications following injuries received May 10, last, caused the death of Thomas Mathia, 46, of Korvelt, Wednesday in the New Kensington Hospital. He is suivived by his wife, Mrs. Susan Wano Malhia, and I h i e c l j * s daughters. Florence, Theresa and j Miriam, all at home. fact prevented a more serious con- In add.tion to the Center Cafe, business on the first floor included the Timbcrly Cafe, and American and A. . P. groceries. A beauty shop and poolroom occupied part of the s second floor. The rest of the building was given over to apart- mcnU. Firemen from Berlin. Friedens, Kockwood, Hooversville, Stoyestown, Boswell and Meyersdale aided Somerset firemen m fighting the bla/.e, the worst here since 1925 when tire which originated in the Belmont Hotel destroyed many business build- A. A. Clarke, R. E. Wilhelm and j The funeral service will be held at Walter Risbcck, last named of Star Junction, attended a meeting of the Fayette County Chapter of the American Red Cross, held Monday night at Uniontown. Mrs. Milton Jones of Baltimore, Md., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Alex MacBeth of Uniontown. The MacBeth family formerly resided in Connellsville. Miss Margaret Schobert of Mill Run, who was confined to her home for five weeks by illness, resumed icr duties Wednesday morning as a clerk on the main floor o£ Troutman's store. 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon in St. Florian's Catholic Church at United in charge of Hev. Louis P. Ilohan, pastor. Interment will be made in the church cemetery at Trauger. State Employment Service Here Private Jobs Found Busy, The Pennsylvania State Employment Service placed 1,671 persons in jobs in private industry during the week ending March 3, representing an increase o£ more than 50 per cent over the average week in January, Ernest Kelly, executive director of the State's Division of Unemployment Compensation and Employment Service, reported. There were 23 new applications, three private placements and 736 personal calls during the week of March 3 in the ConneJisviHe district office while a total of 19 new applications, /our private placements and 1,301 personal calls were recorded the week of February 24. JOSEPH LENCEWICZ Joseph Lencewic2, 59 years old, died Wednesday at his home at Crucible. He was stricken with a heart attack. Chain Store Tax Invalid. FRANKFORT, Ky., Mar. 23.--Kentucky's chain store tax, bringing in about $276,000 a year revenue, was held invalid by the state's highest court. Gibson School Girls Organize, Name Siaff A group of girls Irom the freshman and sophomore classes of the Gibson Ilign School, South Connellsville, organized a club, to be loiown as the Mcrrimac Club, Tuesday night at the home of Suzotte Helms. Officers were elected as follows: President, Betty Kerns; secretary, "Dolores Corvin, and treasurer, Gayle Fisher. The next held at the home meeting will be of Miss Gayle Fisher on First street, South Con.- nellsville, on April 5, at 7.30 P. M. Wife Preservers Sodium fluoride 13 the best thing Lo heip ffct nd of cockroaches. It is a line white powder and may be obtained at most drug store* Dual it around the kitchen *nd pantry and near ths sink It IB poisonous, w kc«p it away from children and household pets. TODAY ONLY AThrilling Drama of Real People ADRIENNE AMES CRAIG REYNOLDS ESTHER RALSTON GEOBQS MEEKER P E R T K E L T O N WILLIAM NEWELt, Dimcted by Charles Lament P R O G R E S S I V E P I C T U R E KRU) VV C. V. Franco · Martita Hunt · Nina Boucicoull Directed by Harbor! Maion Destroying Foreign Trade By GUS W. D Y E R Professor of Economics and Sociology, Vandcrbilt University The n e w s from South America as bearing upon our trade w. ith oj, Southern neighbors is considerably cond'.ticn no prou'-.cJ or excuse for ill will ajia.nst the Germans The Germa is have the und.spLted rifiht to more pessimistic than the pubhshcd [ con'.rnl their costs of production, and reports oC the to sell their Roods wherever they can Lima c o n f e r - find a market for them If they h o v e nncc indicated, kept their coals down wh le we have Th* 1 A d m i n i s - run ours up through wild spending tration t? much and unprecedented washes of the tax- disturbed over payers' monc we should congratu- thc f a c t thnt late them, and condemn our own folly. G e r m a n and To rn't acainsl :hcm because they are Italy are really under-selling us on the open compeli- tfettm^thebusi- live market* is childish. n e s s i n S o u t h A m e r i c a over American comp e t i t o r s . Tnis fact in all probability is a big factor In lending the Administration toform Germany and Thti all-i-iportant question for the Adminisirnt en to consider in thn situation :s not the German form of qo -erpmenU but the factors hinh costs upon business in this country --· the extra vacant, wasteful and radical policies of the Administration. The condition 11 South America Is only one of the disastrous results to American hu^ ne c s frTn the "quack" ncLc\ cf ".pend pj; ourselves out o! the cepres' " It is t v -e u-ibcarab'e increase in costs of prorijc'uon put on us on the open markets. Business Js not controMed by policl- cal emissaries, r.or by "good neighbor" gestures. Bj-iincss at home and nbroad is controlled by costs of production and market prices. The markets of the world are open to the public, and bus-nc^ leaders are thoroughly f a m i l i a r with these markets. The idea that the j;o\ eminent may pain new business for this country by serU.-nenUil p o l i t i c a l speeches. spectacular South American conferences, and by sending out political "salesmen" to find new markets for American floods is based on either deplorable innornnce of bus.ness conditions or on political claptrap. If the South American people are buying poods from Germany ra'.her than from this country it is because the cost of production in Germany is such thnt the Germans can un'ler-scll us on these markets. There b ]n this F K A T U H E Tl.MK CAM, :»!)!). a ® ® a a" a B Last Showing of "BURN 'EM UP O'CONNOR" and "THE GIRL DOWNSTAIRS" Wil! Begin at 3 -.28 P. M. Theatre Will Be Closed From 6:15 P. M. to 7:30 P. M. Rev. J. C. ClaUc, ixistof of the Second Prusbyienan Church ol Un- onlown, will conduct the prepara- toiy service for the First Presbyterian Church of this city Friday evening. Rev. Karl H. Jj. Scrhoenborn, pastor o£ the local clfuich, is serving on the j u i y hearing ,the Aubrey case in Uniontown and Because of confinement of that jury to the courthouse will be unable to conduct the service. Communion service will be held at Lhe church Sunday. SAN QUEN1/IN PRISON, Cal.. Mar. 23.--Will/ 27 asserted "die hards" placed ir/soMary confinement prison oTiciuIs Announced today thai the second hunger strike at San Qucrtin this year had been broken Warden Coint s;.id virtually all oi the 5,20ft prison inmates entered the mc. c 5 hall for dinner last night and ale beans and more beans, presented as the pi icon's wordless defy to demands for "more meat and fresh meat.'' Unity Frat Will Dine This Evening The Unity Fraternity will hold its monthly dinner meeting at G o'clock this evening at the Old Homestead. At the business session reports will be made by committees in charge of the twenty-second annual Eabtcr dance and the arnual homecoming which will mark the anniversaiy of ·the organization. Trout for Dunbar Creek Coming Friday I Warden James H. Banning received notice today a shipment ol j 1,200 brown tiout for Dunbar creek ' will arrive at the postoffice at Dunbar . i Friday morning at 10:30 o'clock. | ' Sportsmen ire asked to be there ! at that time to accompany the truck I and help plant them. Eight hundred brook trout will be I received Friday for Mountain creek, j near Fairchance. · Foreign War Vefrs Will Elect April Officers for the year will be nominated and elected nt the meeting of Wn'ter E. Brown Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Monday night, April 3. Hospital Patients. Mrs. Mary Cunningham oE "Dawsori, Donald Freeman of Uniontown, R. D. 3, Joseph Alessi of Le^senring, R. D. 2, Euficp.e Vourich of Dunbar, R. D. 1, and Ray Huey of 204 rulaski I street have been admitted to Ton- nellsville State Hospital for treat- ] ment. j Tickets Now on Sole! For Special Prevue Performance of "PYGMALION Thursday, March 23rd, 8:30. AM, SEATS :t5c AH Scats Reserved. Buy Them Now! Rcirulur Engagement STARTS FRIDAY O R P H E U M Jlomher ¥. T. I). Since 1!I13. Spul'ijn or \vrittpn words c a n n o t express thu sent- i m e n t that flowers convey! We deliver any- P. R. DeMUTH SOMS 10S So. FUtslMirp St. ronnellsuHe 59 IMiono Scotitlale 884 an alliance : Hal;.. It 11 y.e!i that the Adm r tton is disturbed over our lo*s of business m South America. But ^ . . . _ . _ . . . .. purnic lo pjck a "fu«s" thcr.e j American bv this Adrrunis- r.attons because they are i.nder-sell- traLion, anrl nnt a n y form fL fiovern- rnent that is d n \ . n g A Tier.can busi- ncrs oat of worJd markets. A m e r i c a n business l e a d e r s have dcrnor.slra!cd ir the pabl that under ConstitulK sr.l muLis'nal freedom and fair tax conditions they car. compete successfully en anv market in the world. The automooilc business, wh le it was operated u n d e r normal Constitutional proriurtion, is a striking demonstration of th.s fact. B j t v,hcn the government takes apnrox mftiely one- third of the value of the f:m c hcd prod- ucti in direct and indirect ta\ei. a cost burden is put on the other two- t h i r d s that will crsvc business out of the foreign markets, and cripp'c it seriously on the home markets. It is folly to kick foreign govern- mentj for capitalu'rij* our wild spending spree nr.d usmR it for profit at our expense We should kick ourselv°- and return to economic sanity. STARTS TONIGHT AT 8:30 P. M. W i f l i ,Snt,s ® a a a ® ® Si ® a ,a Great Heart Historical Mystery OfSSON GARY GRANT-VICTOR HeU6LEH D O U G L A S FAtfiBANKS, Jr. (4 days) STARTS TOMORROW When * sweet little headache fights a sweet little heartache for a sweet little song from Bing ar wedding nag? what you think! S H S R L E Y ROSS EDWARD EVERETT MORTON BEN BLUE · Directed by Frank Tunis Comedy « Xeiis » Short*

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