The Morning Herald from Uniontown, Pennsylvania on August 28, 1931 · Page 10
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BANKERS PLAN BRITISH LOAN Ikttrnat tonal Financiers Plan ning to Furnish $5no,OW,000 Credit to England Ivate bunking credit Deiteveu to o g msrllaled tn New York una Paris. 11 strep; lenrnod tortar a an In vincible bulwark for tho British Bourn? eferJInx- New York and Paris bunkers, 11 Van said proposed 10 make the credit to large (here cau he no further Question as lo tlie liability of the pound which La bo widely used Ha the Common cierlhioj rf Inteinatlonal exchange. Whilo bankers were not prepared. !is yet, to reveal the enact size of the rn, It Is believed !t will be between ,80,000,000 and (GuO.OOO.IKHl provided fa equal portions by New York nd Purl! hankers. It le known each portion Is eipected to be larger than the 100,l0,t)00 credit granted tie British government In 1926 by a ayn dlcate headed by J. P. Morgan & Company. It was Informally stated, at Mm Morgan oifices today, that discussion? re under way, both here and In Piait, with reference to the credit. .Korean Monk With Tail Drawa Crowd - PEIPING, Aug. 27. Chinese press iiere rflpons that a Korean, Chang LI, fwho has a tall tour inches long, hai teeenme a monk In a temple at Klrin, T(anchurla. Chinese newspapers declare that Chang was bom with his tall, and with hie legs Joined together, o that e crawls lnatnad of walks. He Is Jaow SO, Is In good health and ha an ""'tinusuaUy active mind. The new monk attracts thousands of visitor to tlifi Klin', temple, says the Chinese press, and Is not unwilling to display his physical abnormalities. JOHNSTOWN, Pa, Aug. 27. As an economy measure resulting From the prolonged depression, girls of Johnstown Catholic high ' school niny nnoK u uuifurni dreaa lor tbe coming term, the Ttnv. Thomas T. Cawley announced yea- lerday. A survey will be taken duj-iug I ho first week of school and if the "everybody drees-alike" ' ulna is approved it will be adapt-' ed Immediately. EASHORE Vacation Excursions To Atlantic City From IMcmtown SEPTEMBER a-17 Reduced fares alio In street to A, bury Park and north Jersey Coast resorts. TICKETS GOOD 15 DAYS An Ideal Vacation Opportunity Ask Ticket Arjent for Illustrated Booklet Giving Full Detalis Baltimore & Ohio DEATHS JOHN CANOt John dun widely known d1l War veteran of SprlngUM township, ...ri as nan died at his home Fh.. ir.l au.nai 21. 1M1. (It 10: o'clock, following a lingering Illness. H was a memnor or iu ningold Cavalry and one or the mm known veterans In the county. Hia widow, Mrs. Betsy Ann Ganoe, survives, as do their els sons: Jaiuea, i hnmn- Fmnii nf Scotrdale: Dave, near Uniontown; Warren of Heches- ter. Pa.: Blmer at home ana wojn of Fait mom, W. Va. Funeral services will be conducted ;ii Hi Oak tiravB church, near Molds Cross Roads and will be in charge ol Hev. D R. LoHae of Carmichaels, assisted by Rev. Hoon. Burial will be in the Oak Orove cemetery. A. J. W1LLIARD A. J. Wlllisrd, aged 88 years and August 27, IM1, at t-.JiO o'clock at bit late residence on tne Arensoerg roau r Arensherg Station. He was born near Maaontown, In German township. Aaeusl 13. 1846 and for the past 6 years haE been a resident ot Uizeme township. H was one of the oldest members of the Weal Bend Methodist Episoopal church. He is survived by two eons, M. Q., of WebBter, and T. 11. WHllard. East Mlllnboro, and one brother, John W. Wflllard, Masontown. Briof funerHl services will be held n. m.. followed b?- uldltlonal services In the Presbyterian cnurcn, Masontown, in charge of Rev. Mr, Chllds, pastor of the West Bend church-Burial will be at Maaontown. JOHN Wm. FRANKO John William F-mnkD. aged 2. died nue, Thursday morning, August S7, 1(31. at t o'clock from a complication of diseases. He Is survived by his mother, Mrs. Josephine Franko nnd three brothers, Stephen, Paul and Joseph Franko. Mr. Franko who conduced a grocery store, had been ill for several -weeks. Brief services will be conducted at the hume Sunday afternoon at J o'clock followed by additional serv Ices In St. Mary's Ft. C church, m charge or Rev. Ft. John Blade Bur-la wilt be in St .John's cemelery, at Hnpwood. ELLA TOBIN A fifir mn illness of several months duration, desth caroe at T:16 Thurs day morning, August 17, 1931, to Mrs TuDin oi rjpnngniu rownsnip Deceased was aged 8! years, b!j months and 15 days. Surviving arr-one son. Qeorjte, of Jeannette. Pa., and three sisters- Mrs. Barbara Provanct of New Geneva, Mrs. Julia Braddee and Mrs. James Otiugherty, Sprlng-hlll township. Rev. Harry Humbert of Fair-chance will be In charge of funeral services which will be conducted from the home Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will be In the Baptist cemetery. WALTER LETTLEWOOD Word was receh-ed In Uniontown last nlgbt of the rt(;n.1h, following an extended Illness, of Waller Turtle wood, aged 7S, at his home, 1460 Fol-lie.h street, WHklnsburg, Thursday evening, August 27, at 6: SO o'clock. Death followed a pamlytlo stroke from the results of which doeeuetd had suffered during the prist two years. Mr. LetUewood, a native of Eng Uuiri, made his home in Uniontown (or some ten. years, prior lo his departure k. tew years ago, for Wilk-Insburg. No Information was available laHt night as to arrangements for funeral EU.ABETW F. SHAW Word has reaohed Uulontpwn rela-ilres ot the death. Monday. August 2i, 1931. at her lain home u Slellben-v-llle. Ohio, of Mrs. KllaaJjKth Mnnell Shaw, wlte of IaiIio Sltaw, and n. form er resident of Uniontown, where 6ht-bai! ft hosl of (rleuiis. Death was due tfl coinpllcalionB. In addition to her husband Mrs. Shaw Is survived by Ihe following 1 1 m I MS ta war's Flaaal FnAri Store" cnxrrk tk moat eompfeM wmy or mil klndi of food ob tainable. On ywnr next ahopplnf tour make It a point to visit as. Yon, too, will be ton vi need. FHONE iai4-if Proaipt deUrery plus aatlafoftlon la guaranteed wHb every order. Our delivery ears paaa your door at least six tines every day. Pure Pork Sausage Mad, a w hav mad it for the at 20 yaara. Guaranteed ''H pork" Loose or Stuffed, lb. 25c Whole Pork Shoulders These email tender shoulder, make a very delicious and economics! roast. Try one this waek-and. Lb. 13c Pork Chops Cut from small, lean Wria. For a change In the menu try some of these breaded. Lb. 25c Ground Beef Makes a delicious and economical dinner. There are numerous ways In whkh to prepare It. Lb. 15c Rib Roast Boned and rolled ready for the oven. "All of our bear Is graded and marked. This assure you of the bast. Lh. 28c Tan Boiling Beef Thit oorkomioal cut cn be pr-pjrtd In vftrloui way ind the mv-Ingi aM can ppreclat- Lb. T2ic Hants Vour favorite brand, whole or shank half, will serve you quit a tew delicious meals at a aavlng. Lb. 21c Deviled Crabs Made from fresh crib meat. Vou are sure to enjoy them. Extra special, 2 For 35c Fancy New Turnips, Bch. 5c Fancy Beets, Bch. 5c Fancy Carrots, Bch. 5c Fancy Green Peppers, New Sweet Potatoes, 4 Lb. 25c Cucumbers, 2 for 5c Tomatoes, 6 Lb. 25c Grape, 3 Lb. Box 25c Fancy Pears, Doz. 30c Large Lemons, 2 For 5c Oranges, Doz 23c Fancy Peaches, 2 Bat. 25c New Lima Beans Green Beans Cantaloupes Watermelons New Cabbage Bananas Honey Uew Melons TRUE HOSPITALITY t meantime Imulle not only good food but also gracious, service amidst refined surrounding. This la our conception ot our duty as your host when you dtn here. It Is expressed In an eirafllent cuisine, courteous attention and a pleasing environ moot tn which yourself and friends will feed in-itaotly at home. SUNDAY MENU Soup or Fruit Salad Bluffed Roast Chicken or Frlad Spring Chicken Choice Two Vegetables Bread ButUr Coif Drt 76c NO. 2 Heart Fresh Ham Choice Two Vatabl Bread Butter Coffee 45c SPECIAL STEAK SUPPER SERVED FROM 6 P. M.-8 P. M. Drilled Sirloin Steak Cramd New Potatoes New Lima Beans Bread Butter Coffea 50c $1.29 79c Franklin Pure Cans Sugar 25 Lb. Daniel Webster Flour 24 Vi IJ. CANNING NEEDS Pint Jars, doz 69c . Quart Jars, do -79c Jar Rings, doz 8c Jar Lids, doz. 25c Savings on "Premier Products" Premier Coffee, lb. 35c PREMIER FRUIT SALAD NO. 2', SIZE-2 CANS A PREMIER PINEAPPLE NO. 2', SIZE-2 CANS- PREMIER BARTLETT PEARS NO. 2i SIZE- 2 CANS - 55 c PREMIER R. A. CHERRIES NO. 2z SIZE 2 CANS PREMIER FANCr APRICOTS NO. 2$ SIZE 2 CANS 70c PREMIER WHOLE SPICED PEARS NO. lVt SIZE 2 CANS ... PREMIER WHOLE SPICED PEACHES NO. 2, SIZE 2 CANS c PREMIER WHOLE Y. C. PEACHES NO. 2ft SIZE 2 CANS G0 PREMIER APPLE BUTTER NO. 2'i SIZE 2 CANg 45c PREMIER PUMPKIN NO. 2Vi SIZE 2 CANS-25c PREMIER PEAS NO. 2 SIZE 2 CANS -35c PREMIER CORN NO. 2 SIZE 2 CANS . 35c PREMIER G. B. CORN NO. 2 SIZE 2 CANS35c PREMIER CUT WAX BEANS-NO. 2 SIZE 2 CANS 35c PREMIER FANCY LIMA BEANS NO. 2 SIZE 2 CANS 45c PREMIER CHILI CON CARNE 2 CANS 30c PREMIER COD-FISH CARES 2 CANS 45c PREMIER PRESERVES-2 JARS 85c children: Mrs. lola Palmer. Jeffer son. Green county: Virgil Flnnell. ManBfleld, Ohio; Mrs. Gertrude Seeee, Brand onvllle, W. Va.: and Jeese Fln- nelL Johnstown; anil the following itenehildreJi: little ana anas anaw. Klmiberiyil!e; Mrs. .lennle Gourhen our and Mrs. Kathryn mttner, nmoo-town: Mrs. Dora Love. Mrs. Adah De fine and William 9haw, all of Grind stone. Brief funeral service ere held at the late Tonldenc Tuesday. Addition al services were conrtneted Wednea day mrnJnsj at 11: BO o'rlock in tie Brethren cnurcn, Montanrown, v. va. Burial was In Ml. Union cemetery, MorEanlown. JOHN TRIMMER John Trimmer, aged 72 years, rwn nlRht, August 29, at 9 o'clock, ilnutli hlng due tn i'.umplliatlons. One brother, Edward, of Smlthflnld, H. V. n l, lo the onle survivor, hie wife. Mrs. Hanaretia Trlmmpr, having pre- 5 than a year oeded him in death ago. Sei-vleea, in charge of Hev Harry Humbert of Falrchanne. will he held Sunday morning, August HO, at 10 oolock in tbe Free MotnodiHt cnurcn. White Bouse. Youth Is Injured In Fall From Truck Ml PLEASANT. Pft.. All, tf, Joseph Huzdullck, IS, of Donora, Is In FTlclt Memorial Hospital suffering with cuuou.HBion of the hratri, receiv ed whon he fell from the rear of a fruit truck yesterday aa the machine struck a bump in the highway near AJvsrtoo. The endgate shook loose and the youth's head struck the brick roadway. Construction of the new Alpine hia-hwav arross the Groeaglncki Range in Austria has been resumed, ajid nearly 1,:iu0 meu are already ployed. Soviet's Farms Menace World Price Stability WASHINGTON (Af Russia is shifting the scenery In Its agricultural drama, which has as Its motif a bar gaining power over the world's counter eejnal or superior to that of other nations. Grain growing Is moving eastward to leas developed areas while cotton has taken a westward bent as mile after rail of fertile ground la turned under ro fill storehouses to overflowing. Buyers and sellers are watching "these developments cloiatT, with the soviet still playing the role of a mystery figure. Russia regained the sad- BOYS' CLOTH SUITS. 1 Piece QC BOYS' CAPS. LADIES' SILK DRESSES, Travel .Prints Style. Sizes to 10. Special Special - and Crepes, $2.95 1 1 Special .. BOYS' BHOAIICIXWU SHIRTS. MENS OXFORDS. l 9S TODIES' NEW FALL FELT Qg bpmal p HATS, Special ytJ BOYS'BROADCLOTH BLOUSES. rnXcdl . CHILDREN'S DRESSES. Sizes Jfc special aaaw to 14. special MEN'S NEW FALL SUITS. cTTc i?"??8' 88C CHILDREN'S BLOOMERS. Special. VtM Sizes to 8. Special Special - - -C BOYS' SUITS. Long and Short QCT !22rfFOBM- 78C BOYS' OR GIRL'S SWEATERS. Jgc Pants Special ai.O es to 2. Special Slipon or Button Style. Special gggSgg, S $1.48 25c . B0YS 0R girl'S SHOES. ACfe LADIES' SILK HOSE in new fall -I Q a BOYS' CLOTH KNEE PANTS. JAp Special. . ahadea. Special Sizes to ltj. Special , GIRL'S SLIPPERS. Pat. 1 Strap or Tie LADIES' HOUSE FROCKS. UfUand BOYS' LONG PANTS. QQm Lace. Sizes to 2. 2 AA Dark Patterns. Size to fifif Sizes to 18. Special Special 52. Special . L. BREMLER & SON, INC, ) WEST PETER STREETi die last year aa the world's largest producer of wheal. i .h.rr.Lc rriM.tAd In market Lfluoratione tha world around. The Uultca ataies uepartiiieui Agriculture has obtained prellmuiarT rsur. nf the lai surinK sowing cam paign Which show that 2-)9,76,000 ere planted, a nine percent iu- platiKngs were three pe'reent less Uinu Intcnacn. UiiHaian farmers ulallted wheat ou lfl3.SHS.ono acree, .an increase of seven percent. This occurred in a year oh.n lh vonMdinalv laj-ae orerpro- Iductlon ol that cereal lias been brought hums forcefully la all eipori-Ing countries by lowest prices In many years. Cotton has become of growing Interest tu United Hiatca growers, nnd Rustia's 50 prn-pnt increase in aere-aaA thla vnr brrjuaht forth con siderable speculonois on tne effect on American ejipoitfl. The total Russia area sown to rot-in this sDrlne was Fi.K2t,0U0 iu-m-h, two percent more than the 1931 plan :alleil for. hnrirrJ believe American growers have lost that country forever as a rum-Bet ml that increasing competition uii world markets may be eipected. Returns to "Hell" , Masontown Pastor Is National Officer WINONA LAKE. Ind.. Auk. 11. tAPl The -13rd aeoerel cimfeicnca of the Church uf tin- Brethren (!imk-ard) In session here elected national officer yestiirday. The cunfereoce ill end sunnay nignt. The Rev. W. I. Duker. Elkhart, was elected moderator: the tier. J. h. Gingrich, Jamestown, l'a.. secretary, and the Rev. Herman Koouti. Mason town, Pa., assistant secretary. name of Witheut disclosing the his wife, or tils place of residence, . Elmer Beasley, ), convicted ber-slayer, returns from Dayton, O., to Canon City (Cole.) stats prison, whence he (scaped four rears ago. Ha says Mi whom he married after escaping, 1 and his two children, never must know hia Identity Beailey vas sentenced to he hanged for a killing during a rebberj bat tha sentence was commuted to lif invprlsenment 1 days before ha was to die. He declares he is net kappr Ml lift was spared becatwt !. lift In Cutn Cltjr It "MV. HARRiaBURG, Pa., AUB '". Joy-riding in stairs-owned aiilonio- biles has ceased !n Peunaylvaniit. Oovenior PlnchPt has ordered Mia l,MO statfi-ownetl cars lo be paint- ' od a muddy-brown color, with lire Pennsylvania Keystone on each side, so It can be spotted when used tor other than oHlciul bunl- O'NEAL FOR MAOR-(Pol. Adv J MONUMENTS 'Building Monuments Sine ttf" MAHSHALLS' 32 Morgantown at., Uniontown Phone or Write For Photooraphs Safe Pleasant Way To Lose Fat How would vou like to !usr 15 pounds of flit In a month and at the time Increase your energy ana Itaprove your health? How would you like to lose a load of unhealthy fat that you don't need and don't want and at the same time feed better than you have for years? How would yon like to lose your double chin and your ton prominent hips, and at the same time make your akin so clean and clear that It will impel admiration? How would you like to get your weight down to normal and at. the same tine develop that, urge mr activity that makes work a pleasure and trio gain In ambition and Keen' hew ol" mind? Ost on the smite to-day snrt Hr.e liow much you weigh man gi an th cant botlls of Klsen Halt wMah will lt you for 4 srasai. Tag one-hsir lea-spoonful ill a fleas of hot wti lirforn breakfast every moinini out out pantry and fatty meaia go light on nois-Inos, r-utter, crranr and suaarand Krostlieii Sella ypu can ! at Fajflte nnia ro. Trr em holite--1 net .uprtaMly aailsBsd monsy berk.

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