The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 23, 1939 · Page 7
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March 23, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1933. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNEULSVILLE. PA. PAGE. SEVEN. Indeterminate Termp Legislative Pleasure By United Press. HARRISBURG, -Mar. 23.--Indeterminate sentences for criminal of- tenses would be abolished and courts Empowered to allow installment payments of fines under provisions of a bill pending in the House today. Representative Frank S. Rloser, R., Northumberland, proposed also that judges be permitted to reconsider sentences within 30 days after they are imposed. His bill would make it mandatory for judges to specify the exact term il .sentences are for one year or less and impose the maximum sentence in other cases. Moser would give the courts discretion, however, to suspend sentence and discharge any defendant from custody; place defendant on probation for a period not exceeding the maximum sentence for the offense, and to sentence offenders previously given suspended sentences or placed pn probation. Representative Justin D. Jirolanio, P., Northampton, introduced a bill prohibiting limiting employment of persons under 45 years of age under pain of a $1,000 maximum fine or two years imprisonment. Jirolanio submitted another bill to permit installment payment of fines. Moser sponsored another bill relating to criminal procedure, a proposal to "create a uniform and exclusive rystem for the administration of probation and parole" through a State Board of Probation and Parole. Other bills would: Appropriate $28,000 for acquisition und restoration of the 127-acre birthplace of Robert Fulton in Fulton township, Lancaster county. Exempt fourth class school districts from the statutory requirement that the length of public school terms increase after July 1 from 160 to 180 days. Authorize taxing officers to make compromise collections of delinquent real estate taxes, penalties, interest and costs. Prohibit payment of persons for serving as election poll watchers. Limit submission of ordinance change proposals on the same subject to third-class city electorates to once in five yer.rs unless petitioners post bond adequate to cover costs of the referendum in event the: proposal is defeated. Exempt institution districts and non-tuition boarding schools for orphans from motor vehicle registration tees. Prohibit employment of women as bartenders. Provide for elections for recall o£ elected officers. Reduce compulsory school attendance age from 18 to 16. Repeal'the 1919 Sedition Act. Make it mandatory for political sub-divisions to permit installment payment of taxes. Appropriate $2,000,000 for dredging and other-improvements to the Philadelphia maritime port facilities. , Permit owners of land to hunt on It without license. Roosevelt's Son Sees Jack Garner For Presidency FORT WORTH, Tex.. Mar. 23.-- F'liott Roosevelt, second son o£ President Roosevelt, said today that Vice- President John Nance Garner, as leader of the conservative wing o£ the Democratic party, was presently the most likely candidate to head his party ticket in 1040. Roosevelt, who had described him- ;elt as the President's "severest friendly critic," said in a broadcast over his Texas state network that "John Garner is in the driver's seat right now, well in the lead of a likely Democratic candidate for the presidency in the 1940 elections." Garner, he said, was "by all signs and protents" the leader of the conservative branch of the party. "There is little room for doubt that Mr. Garner and the President of the United States have traveled separate roads since the winter of 1937," he said. "Reports have it that the Vice- President became so incensed over the Administration's handling of the sit-down strike situation .that he quit Washington and returned to Uvalde Cor a six months' vacation. Since his return, his opinions have been at variance with the President's as to the path being taken by the Democratic party. "As to the results thus far and the future attainments of the. conservative elements as opposed ''to the New Deal, I do not feel qualified to voice an opinion." Tractors Aid Rubber Plant. AKRON, Mar. 23.--It took 75 tractors and 600 trailers to distribute the 2,000,000 tons of raw material used in the manufacture of tires and 32,000 other rubber products by the B. F. Goodiich Company in 1938, company statistics reveal. The vehicles move from plant to plant here through tunnels longer than New York's Holland Tunnel. Accused Accuses Eugene Weidmann, accused "Bluebeard" murderer of Jean dc Koven, stands m Paris court as he seeks to implicate co-defendant Roger Million in the slaying of the American dancer. Million denied complicity in any of the murders which Weidmann had previously confessed. Relatives Hold Woman Illegally, Grandson Claims CUMBERLAND, M d , Mar. 23.-Charges that an aged and ''weak- minded" Meyersdale, Pa., woman is being ''unlawfully detained" and "restrained of her liberty" here by her brother and sister were made in a suit filed in Circuit court Monday. The suit, instituted by James L. Cook, a grandson ol Mrs. Matilda Cook, asks a writ of habeas corpus commanding Calvin Deal and Clara Ford to bring Mrs. COOK before the court. An order signed by Chief Judge D. Lir.dley Sloan directs that the wiit issue as prayed and sets a hearing on the case for Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. The petition, docketed by Attorneys John A. Berkley o£ Somerset, Pa., and Albert A. Doub, Sr., oC Cumberland, declares that Deal and Mrs. Ford, brother and sister of Mrs. Cook, have "by persuasior, misrepresentations, promises and threats" brought her from Meyersdalc to Cumberland, This they did "illegally and unlawfully" and "against the protests" of her caretaker and "against the will and wishes of all her grandchildren," the bill charges. Bankers Name Staff. G. Wylie Overly of Mount Pleasant was elected second vice-president of the Westmoreland County Bankers Association at the annual dinner meeting Tuesday night in Mountain View Hotel near Greensburg. R. C. George of Vandergrift was named president, C. G, Gonder of Ligonier thKd vice-president and Joseph Fogg of Greensburg secretary-treasurer. Nicaragua Extends Term. MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Mar. 23.-Nicaragua's constituent assembly extended the term of President Anastasio Somoza for eight years, beginning May 1, Money Loaned ON YOUE AUTOMOBILE UNPAID BALANCES RE-FINANCED *25 to *300 Call or See Us If You JN'ecd Money For Any Emergency Moderate Repayments Fayette Loan Co. 510 Title Trust Co. Blilg. Conuellsvillc, Pn. Telephones 244-866 Prompt, Courteous Convenient Service Belle Vernon P. 0. Site Costs $12,000 Belle Vcrnon's proposed new $75,000 postofTicc Wjll be constructed at the corner of State and Short streets on a propeity in the borough that hcs on the Noith Belle Vernon borough line, it was announced. The Treasury and Postoffice dc- pnrtmcnts ha% e received recommendations for the purchase of the Mary E. Clawson property for $12,000. Gas Tax Return Increased Asked towns and townships is urged by RcprL'scntativc Kenneth L. Leydic, Republican, o£ Allegheny county. He introduced a bill setting tip three-quarters of a cent of tne tax m a fund which would 1 n- irec-quartcrs of a cent of tne tax i a fund which would 1 go one-half to le counties and one-half to the iiinicipalilics mentioned. The oav- m the courines ana one-nan to ;;ie municipalities mentioned. The payments would be made on the ratio of nnnnlnf inn population. · -- "-^ mHBKJIMME£k3W0aCMlMU-*l«^U Flowers embody the f u l l spirit of Easter. more delightful and expressive gift? You will find in our large selection of flowers and plants the appropriate choice, w i t h i n a reasonable price range. OGLEVEE SONS Cut Flowers F1,OKIST. l l « Soutli ritti-biirg Strpot. Plump l i t . Ohio Legislators Ask Taxes on Unmarried COLUMBUS, Ohio, Mar. 23 --It's open season on the unmariied in Ohio's legislature. Representative Anna F. O'Ncil (she's mamcd) wants to lax- bachelors $100 to SI,000 a year, depending on age. Representative William E. Mnnshcll wants to tax spinsters and glass widows S50 to S500 a year. Both proposed that the money go for mothers' pensions. Negro Guard Battalion. HARRISBURG, Mar. 23.--Legislation authorizing the State to organize and equip a Negi'o battalion of infantry as a part of the National Guard is befor the House of Representatives. J i n appropriation of $250,000 is set u to organize the battalion. This would be done subject to approval of the Federal Government. DOES B L A D D E R I R R I T A T I O N YOU UP? [t'snotnorraal. It's natures warning "DANGER AHEAD " Make this JSc test lor 4 days. Use budlU loaves juniper oil and 6 other drags made into green tablets. Help the kidneys flush out excess acids and other wastes which can cause the irritation resulting in getting up nights, frequenter scanty flow, bumingorback- ache. Ask any druggist for Bukcts. Your 25c bade If not pleased In 4 dayi. LOCAIXY AT-A. A. Clarke, Drugffist. 4!b. D u c k e t Henry's Somerset County's MAPLE SYRUP S 07. jar 2oc 12 oz. jnr 3:)c 32 or,, jnr 75c Glasbukc linking 1 Dish For 1c With Each Purchase of DREFT NEW SUDS Excellent for Washing Both 26c Delicious! Ib. 32c WHY CARRY GROCERIES? PHONE 620 when you can buy at such low prices and have them delivered? It's smart to be thrifty--so it's smart to buy all meats and groceries at the West Side Market. Nationally known foods, at prices that make you w i l l i n g to carry your own grocer- ios oven if i l s not necessary. 3 large loaves 25c Bond Sliced. Vienna or H j e COUNTRY EGGS (.·ultra ri tend Strictly 1'resli COFFEE 'We*!, Sidfi Special Blend ii'* Golden liiinttini E Good Liu-k or 'ucnn. 'icc anil 2 doz. 45c 3-lb. bag 39C 3 cans 25c 2 Ibs. 39c Food Beans 3-u-oz. -17-oz.cans cans 25c cans large bottle B A N A N A S Golden Ripe Canned L/ima Beans, No. 2 cans, 5 cans ORANGES Siinkist, Large Liin;e, 150 Size Doz. 35c Florida Oranges, 1 Q med. size, cioz I t / C C a l i f o r n i a Sunkist 1 Q Oranges, doz I «/C Maine Potatoes 15 Mi. rings 31c K A L E 4 ibs. 25c Baldwin Apples, fancy, 5 Ibs Delicious Apples, fancy, 4 Ibs Celery Hearts, bunch ,each 25c 5c 25c 15c CABBAGE Specinl Ib. 2V2C Grape Fruit, 80 size, seedless, G for Endive, per head Strawberries, 1 pt. box Spinach, fresh, -1 Ibs 15c 25c Sweet Potatoes, Jersey, 5 Ibs Savoy Cabbage, Ib _ Carrots with tops, 4 bunches California Celery, 3 bunches Head Lettuce, 3 large heads Cauliflower, "large heads, each. .. Fresh Tomatoes, ·2 Ibs Onion Sets, yellow, 4 Ibs New Turnips, 5 Ibs Idaho Baking Potatoes, 10 ibs Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, "Radishes and Green Onions. 25c 21c 25c 25c 25c 29c GOOD AND STURDY BROOMS, each FRESH CUCUMBER PICKLE, large jar PENN CASTLE PEAS, 5 cans DEERFIELD BEETS, 3 large cans GRAHAM CRACKERS, 2 Ib. box SODA CRACKERS (Excell), 2 Ib. box B! NGS, Butter Wafers, Ib. pkg MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE, Ib SALLY LEE COFFEE, Ib. ... . KING NUT MARGARINE, 2 Ibs VAN CAMP'S MILK, 4 cans ,. PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR, 241/2 Ib. Sack Black Walnut COOKIES Made by the Bakers of Krispy Cracker!,. Ib. box 20c TirookfieM. Clearlirook, H o l d JLoMf or Blue V n l l e y BUTTER,!l).roll29c BRAUN'S CAKE Devil's .Fun Layer Special 35c The improved meal. Lge Pkg. SWIFTS YEARLING SELECTED BEEF R u m p Roast, Ib 28c Tenderloin and Sirloin Roasts, Ib. Rib Roa«t, Boneless II). ,, _ C h u c k Roast, whole cuts, Ib Beef S h o u l d e r Roast, ·whole cuts, 01 28c Beet Tongues, fresh, Ib. ., 15c HAMBURG 3 Ibs. 50c Beef Shank or Neck, Ib Plate Boil, 2 Ibs ,, ·Beef Brains, Ib Veal, Pork and CA,, Beef, ground, 3 Ibs. DUC 25c lOc BL'SV SJ.ICU) IACON 1 Ib. pkg. 25c Pure Pork SAUSAGE J j O O S f Ib. 19c Fresh Hams, whole 1 A or Half, Ib ISC Pork Shoulders, calla style. Ib Whole Pork Shoulders. Ib KYesh Spare Ribs, Ib Pork Loins, r i l j end, J b 13c 16c 15c Swift's f r i i u i u m HAMS OR BACON Ib. 27C Cube, Swiss. R o u n d Sice and Tender STEAKS Ib. 29c Neck Bones, 4 ribs. ..". Canadian Bacon, sliced, Ib. ,, 25c 35c H UVK, I U I S H C U H E I ) . o r H O N E V J t l i A X J ) Snmll Avcrn ge Ib. Veal R u m p for roasting, Ib. Veal Shoulder Chops, Ib 22c 22c Veal Chops, rib or loin, Ib .._ 25c KRAFT'S American or Brick CHEESE 2 Ib. Box 49c VEAL SHOULDER ROAST 4 Ib. or 5 Ib. Pieces, Ib. 17c Veal Breast for stuffing, 2 Ibs. ,,.. Veal Steak, Ib 25c 35c Lamb Shoulder 4 or 5 Ib. in piece, Ib _ Genuine Spring Leg of Lamb, Ib Lamb Rib Chops, Ib ,, ..,, Lamb Shoulder Chops, Ib Pork Liver, 2 Ibs. for Roast, 20c 23c 30c 22c 25c ComUnatlon ROAST Boned mill Rolled Veal anil Pork Ib. 22c Jumbo Miuced Ham, 2 Ibs Italian Hot Sausage, fresh, Ib Club Wieners, 2 ibs : Ring and Polish Bologna, 2 Ibs 35c 35c 35c Pure Rendered LARD 2 Ibs. 19c Home Made LIVER PUDDING 1 Ib. 15c Ham Hocks, 2 Ibs ........................... Pig Feet, fresh, 5 Ibs ............................ Skinless Wieners, Souce, 25c 25c 25c 19c Roasting Chickens or Ducks Ib. 30c Fresh Fillets, Halibuts, Oysters Red Salmon 10O2 West Crawford Avenue PHONE 62O Connellsviile, Pa.

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