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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - February 7, 1939, Bradford, Pennsylvania Page two. The Era Bradford pa., tuesday february 7,1939. Ordinances approved by City solons i the general contractor had poured j $400. Footings and a basement floor slab the annual report of the health be the maximum charge. To hear License appeals february 21 at 7 30 p. In. Was on the Bath House while another department contained por co minued from Page one counts to Mathieson and Philadelphia at a fee of upon the Resolution of or. Callahan. Two bids were read at the meeting for the work they were authorized. This statement regarding complaints received concerning alleged unsanitary j conditions in local eating establishments which the department said j it was unable to justify a your department is unable to maintain efficient supervision in j set As the time Council will hear contractor has completed appeals of 1939business License lion of sewer line. Charges. I charged action was taken welcoming sen City treasurer e. Al. Travis was Hor High school students to the exonerated in action taken from Aitken City building on a study tour to collection of poll tax items and $1450. Morrow beginning at 8 30 a. In penalties declared a collectable for payment of $508.50 to Frederick 1932, 1933, 1936 and 193s, totalling this line of health work until such Fen Sci. Architect on the swimming i $11,088 in taxes and $3,027.57 in j a time that a City ordinance Cov-1 Pool project a part payment was penalties. J ering it is enacted and enough a letter from Raymond Wood j Money is budgeted to the depart the Philadelphia firms proposal i j. Henry quirk City Engineer is rum addressed to or. Meldrum and one from Graef cutting and amazed in a verbal report to coun which was read requested that Coit Buffalo at $30 per Day for Cill that $200,000 water line project two insurance concerns said to be senior accountant and $20 per Day is 52 per cent completed. Report operated by non residents but not for each assistant with $1,300 to ing on the Park project he said mentioned by name no. Be a arc judge ordered Back from trip new dance series feb. 16 a mar. 16 a apr. 13 members must Reserve tickets before feb. To see any of dance committee new members will be accepted after feb. To the letter motion cd City fire insurance. Was ordered filed in a passed. Five january departmental reports were read and filed in addition to the annual reports. Alarms were classified As follows in the 1938 fire department report false or unnecessary 41 automobiles 16 grass or rubbish to outside of City 24 chimneys 9 fire within buildings 61, making a total of 161. Gasoline used was reported As 3.q80 Gallons. Fire i ohm reported total fire loss was reported As v33.757.70, with All but $785 of this amount covered by insurance. City valuations at risk were reported ment to setup their own Laboratory and employ the services of a i disease Are reported there were 69 such establishments serving the City last year i the report said employing Over 300 persons. The department issued 670 health certificates Good for six months to these employees. Other activities included milk1 tests 371 Dairy licenses 30 Dairy farm inspection 55. The annual report of communicable diseases showed the following quarantines were posted measles 499 Chicken pox 89 whooping cough 27 mumps 5 Scarlet fever observation 7 scarlet1 fever 21 typhoid fever i. In the report of the department of Parks and Public property it was reported that the sanitary department made Over 5,600 Colic to be buildings $.>09,.50. Contents Ong year collecting 6,256 tons 8262,000. Insurance carried was re garbage in addition to disposal ported As buildings $371,800 Cut Yvo 0f 260 tons of rubbish during tents $139,000. Insurance losses Gan up week. In 1937, the report were Given As buildings $19,349.70 j 6,318 tons of garbage were contents $13,623. Uninsured losses j collected. Gasoline used was rewire buildings. $358 contents. Ported t0 Tota 6,Oil Gallons. The department report included judge Edwin s. Thomas and mrs. Thomas save 1 1�?o on the Purchase of an automatic water Heater enjoy real hot water service for Only a few pennies a Day. Turn the faucet in the bathroom Kitchen or laundry any hour of the Day and steaming hot water gushes Forth. Always at the right temperature always at your command. A Heater designed for your Home Large Homes with 3 or 4 bathrooms or Small Homes with one bathroom there is a size to meet every possible condition. The Rex water Heater heats water the economical Way. Dont wait too Long this Sale is for a limited time Only save $10.00 during this Sale Trade in your old water Heater. For a limited time we will allow you $10.00 for your old Heater regardless of its make or condition. Come in today. See this wonderful Heater just As it will be in your Home. Use our easy payment plan. Buy now. Save Money. This Sale for i limited time Only better hurry Gas h eat there is plenty of cold weather ahead Why not change now to Gas heat and enjoy the rest of the heating season. It is easy to do simply ask our heating Engineer to make a free Survey of your Home hell Tell you All about it. No obligation come in or Pyone today. Manufacturers Gas campany 23 Chautauqua place dial 3178 the fact that $100 has been received in Revenue from games at com a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Unity Ball Park while $1,115.88 with 22 discharge 17 conviction we As raised in Public contributions fines City fines $27.48 traffic to the Ball Park lighting fund. Do fine3> 510 special traffic fines $5 nations also were made for the autos stolen 3 autos recovered 2. Erection of the East Bradford band sealer of weight and measures. Stand the report said. Scales tested 31, Correct and sea police report Given cd 29 incorrect and condemned 2. The police departments 1938 re building inspectors department port showed the following collect twelve permits issued covering lion special traffic fines $280 new garages. $150 alteration and Federal judge Edwin s. Thomas of Connecticut who sailed from new York for the Panama canal zone on a months vacation just before the serving of a subpoena to appear before a Federal grand jury has been directed by the u. S. Attorney general to return immediately to testify. He has answered that he will return immediately. The grand jury investigation is reputed to concern the affairs of resigned judge Martin Manton and also the receivership of the Mckesson and Robbins corporation. Judge and mrs. Thomas Are pictured sailing. Steps up City fines $789.50 City traffic fines additions $1,800 repairs $628 to $188 Glycerine escorts $337. Statistics included lodgers cared for 999 missing persons 52 missing persons found 49 Auto thefts 44 autos recovered 35 Auto Acci-1 dents 57 Auto Accident injuries. 33. Arrest were classified As disorder j by conduct charges 18 vagrancy a 5 Drunken driving 7 liquor Law i violations 2 suspicion 18. Drunkenness 323. Breaking and entering cases were 47, of which 14 were Tai $2,578. Collin Siou. Duncan j. Kerr an audience of approximately 300 cleared and larceny cases were 33t persons received with appreciation of which three were cleared. To the concert of the Little symphony Tai gasoline used was 3.598 Gallons orchestra under the direction of monthly reports showed the Fol Earl Collins presented by the lowing information Bradford music teachers Assoc a five monthly reports ton last night in the Hill memory fire department to Telephone Ial u. B. Church alarms and one Box alarm of the orchestral numbers opened which one was outside the City. With a Ballet Egyptien suite a in health department a quarantines four parts and ended in a tales of posted Chicken pox 9, whooping the Vienna Woods and a isl Vische cough is Scarlet fever 4. Total 26 the program included quarantines removed Chicken pox vocal solos by mrs. Robert Evers 9, whooping cough a Scarlet fever and also an oboe Solo and a flute 4. Measles i. Total 15. Clarinet duet. All numbers were a police department�?47 arrests i Well received showing careful in i end of War is presidency of the great Northern Railroad with Headquarters in St. Paul goes to Duncan j. Kerr above who succeeds the late w. P. Kenney. Kerr formerly assistant to the operating vice president of great Northern has been president of the Lehigh Valley. Graco said Terr station and Well applied talents. Members of or. Collins orchestra include muss Marguerite Degolier mrs. Dewitt Foster mrs. Clifford Stran Burg and Joseph Healey violins believed near after Parley continued from Page one gum Carbon and sludge Are Ever forming in the Best of motors and Grams internal Flushing Oil Bath Rennes gum and Earbon from valves and ring. So that your motor can and does regain and deliver its new Peppy Power. Henry Graff and Kenneth Mcbride accept any peace terms from the violas miss Doris Van de Bogart government except a unconditional miss Cicely Duggan and Annat and to have spurned an Duhart a cellos Howard Matthews offer to negotiate a peace on the Bass Paul Vibbard Tympani and basis of terms reported offered Chimes mrs. Edith Lyons piano saturday by Premier Negrin in John Kramer flute l. G. Wixon solving among other things a clarinet Nick Magnella obo plebiscite by which the Spanish to j in a a m t t Rva Nln ii in or rant n no la Imp Rel Howard Trace trumpet mrs. T. J. People would elect a new govern Melvin and Dewitt Foster trom ment. Bones Richard Owen xylophone. 19 Roi ted by Blaze Chamberlain sales co. Dial 3513 Greensburg pa., feb. 6 apr fire swept the three Story Quint building in the downtown Section today routing 19 persons from their apartments and causing damage estimated at $15,000 by firemen. One fireman Charles Baker 40, gently split Over his determination insurgent Conquest of Catalonia Spain a Rich Northeast was Complete but for the final a resisted mopping up. The government s armies beaten and routed were in flight toward France. Further resistance in Central Spain still government held was problematical. Some informed quarters said Negrin whose Cabinet was Vio was overcome Vived. By smoke but read it Rise in the Era subscribe for the Era still to resist in the governments remaining one fourth of Spain himself had suggested the peace talks. The Premier arrived from Spain today following his Defeated bedraggled troops. Schwabenbauer Market formerly Winsor s Market phone 7197 45 Mechanic St. Free delivery tuesday specials wednesday Juicy a tender Quality round and sirloin la 29 c fresh Cut a a Hamburg. 21. 29c sugar turd Bonete Orn Chi la a a a new Cut Saler f it _ Krai t 3 lbs extra special i la sliced liver a a la pkg. A pm Bacon top Quality Lamb �111 chops. La 33 rib or loin Quality Boneless beef stew23c plate boiling beef la 12c link pork sausage. A 19c i bed pork steaks in 35c Small meaty spare t a ribs. La Armour s Star print lard lbs 19c just Good meat s at so h a be n Bane a it Clove Bloom bitter 28c think Mexico ready to discuss payment of Oil indemnities jew Rad he beet Bartsias pc tews Ford tonight at 8 45 the greatest game in town Wahoo $ oo"4 jackpots aim w n a kind Ull actually win w on screen a today do wednesday a or a y a is a Jim in. A Quot fits and benefits a comedy and news Bandit sought As Slayer is killed in police trap Philadelphia feb. 6�? a a a four gun desperado wanted for questioning in the slaying of a Philadelphia school teacher and the shooting of two policemen was cornered by disguised policemen today and killed by a Shotgun blast. Detective Captain James Ryan said he shot the Man when he Drew two pistols at the officers command to halt. Ryan identified him As Jack Howard 36, alias Brennon alias Batton. He said criminal records showed he was wanted for questioning about the slaying of Edward Tamkin 25-year-old teacher in a Holdup and the shooting of an unnamed new York policeman and detective Christian Henningson of the Philadelphia Force. Tamkin was killed last september. Breaks leg in fall advertise in the Era subscribe for the Era fraternity Brothers plan to Aid dentist held for dual killing 666 liquid tablets Salve nose drops Salve relieves colds Price Ioc so 2k Pittsburgh feb. 6�? up a fraternity Brothers rallied today to the defense of or. Norman Stewart ii 34-year-old University of Pittsburgh graduate and sex dentist who is a j used of slaying his first wife and j his four year old son. Arthur f. James Secretary of it Sigma Chi alumni Here said friends j of Stewart had met to Start a defense fund and that the proposition would be taken up at a general meeting Here wednesday. Stewart who had been a bartender in Jacksonville fla., gave himself up last week and related District attorney Andrew t. Park said that he beat his first wife and son to death in 1935 during a quarrel Over Money. Of to Moi 0� you item Lith or thou Elf band Aid trill room 205 . Bldg. Phone 4186 five seek wages Pittsburgh feb. 6 up a five employees of the Pioneer materials company of Kittanning sought permission in Federal court today to sue the receiver of the company for Back wages totalling approximately floors and Woodwork in Tot add one cupful of 101 to a of water. Use on Oil cloth linoleum woodlot tile. 101 contains no Mvi to Urty ukr of wet is Altai Sistki biters Mexico City feb. 6�? up a presi j Dent Lazaro Cardenas was report-1 i de authoritatively to have con a feared today with Heads of the mexican Petroleum department concerning payment of indemnities to foreign Oil companies whose properties were expropriated last March 18. A the conference was regarded As a preliminary to anticipated direct j conversation Between Cardenas 1 and Donald Richberg former Era j administrator who has been retained As counsel for some of the american companies taken Over by the government. Officials were silent on we hat occurred at the meeting said to have been attended by Vincente Cortes Herrera and Gustavo Espinosa Mireles manager and Salesman Ager respectively of the Petroleum department. Does bladder Wake you up a mass ass waive i Vav in a wow to we Jesu it snot Normal. Its natures warning Quintor scant hot a snot Normal. A danger 25c Felt for 25c test for 4 Day. Use Bucu leaves your 25c Bac no Juniper Oil and 6 other drugs made to mps0n a Wood Vav into Green tablets. Help the kidneys to in Volann a yeah r $450. Federal judge r. M. Gibson set february 20 for a hearing on the petition. Mckeesport pa., feb. 6 Al Cornelia Hoekensmith of Penn Westmoreland county 21-year-old student at the Pennsylvania College for women was treated today at a Hospital for a broken leg inflicted in a fall while skiing sunday. Off the record by de Recd the Era s classified columns bring results litter inn dance Tonitte Dick of Days Orch. Adm., ladies 35c. Gentlemen 50c. Square dancing wednesday Nite. Adm., ladies 30c. Gentlemen 40c Pagoda Beauty shop dial 9893. Oil permanent wave $3.50. Dance round and Square. Yves time Hall tuesday night of a it in by Happy de Jack and gang. A \ till t Vin i re Noa or we of a \ j \ a a i a Wae syndic Quot what la it be Mary the sky s the lit Quot

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