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DuBois Daily Express (Newspaper) - June 6, 1944, DuBois, Pennsylvania Dubois a Rife co Kiek express tuesday june 6 1044 Fage web live Stock 48�?hor. Cattle it Chicles s Perrin for Sale a cows Falls Creek. R d n for Sale a Young pigs. 6 we old. Fred Burdett r. D i. Falls Creek Alt ads Are restricted to then Groper classification and to the Reg. Jar Dubois courier express style of Type. Classified rate per Lone chg. Cash one or two Days .13 .12 three four or five Days la to six Day 10 .09 minimum rate 36c for one w i Cotton. Ads ordered for three or six Days and stopped before expiration Nill Only be charged for the number of times the and appeared and adjustment made at the rate earn re. Special rate Lor Carh adverbs j no on request. Pele. 42-4 ask for and taker merchandise six article j or reconditioned radios a on Sale at Schifner s music House at greatly reduced prices Turkey eggs a White Holland. Penns Elvania blood tested. 25c each. Ralph Eisenman Brockway. A used Brick for Sale a $8oo per 1000 uncleaned and not delivered. Call Max Korb. 1095 or Sie announcements re personals real italian Spaghetti dinners special for tuesday and thursday from a o clock till ? Supil Zloy a West Weber Avenue. Shoe Shine shop a across from Harris theatre now opened for business hours 9 to 9, All week your a pain1 cleaner a troubles Are solved if you use our smiling i. 3 and 5 la. Pkg. Phone 9587, Bro Alee Vas Falls Creek for Sale a egg shaped heating Coal stove inquire is w. Long ave. Kane Quality venetian blinds. Window screens custom made. Pho 542. A i. Mott. 47 e Long employees a withholding exemption certificate forms for Sale at the courier express office 13 do per Hundred Maple Avenue parking banned. Paving to Start continued trom Page one tar no parking request will be issued for this Avenue. Crews on the Job on monday applied the finishing touches to necessary Patch work and other essentials prior to launching the surfacing. A Black top stir Ace will cover the two streets. Tile state Highway department. Which is the Overall Agency in charge of the project has okayed All necessary details and is working with the contractor whose bid was accepted. J. P. Gallagher died tuesday at age of 56 k1wanis urge More teaching of u. S. History Navy gets 4 1 More from area 33�?building materials to beams channels angles sheets Cut to Sixes. Windows with 12 to 16 lights. H Shakespeare or sons. 56�?fuel, feed fertilizers for pimples Blaek Heads and enlarged pores use Bonne Bell ten of six lotion. $1.00. $2 00 amp $2 75. For Sale at Cowdrick drug store do not pay a courier express newsboy in Advance unless Check la made payable to Dubois courier express this office will not be responsible for any Aube rep tons paid to any newsboy. Oily pay for current weeks subscription. Of cd strayed Leat found i Ost a baby Gold Bracelet in insecticides a rotenone. Arsen condos a bulk Garden and Lawn seed. Vigoro. Swacko a fertilizers. Moulthrope hardware. Lumpy Beechwoods Coal. Phone 346. Fill up now. For Sale a Coal clean Black Lumpy. Extra Good burning from Wayne mine. Reasonably priced g. W. Plier a sons phone 77. 59-�?household Hood for Sale a i Gas Range. I 9x12 tent i piano. Phone 366-j. Continued from Page one thirty four years. He was a Mem Bei of St Catherine s Church the knights of St George and the brotherhood of locomotive fire i men and engineers. He is survived by his wife. Alice i m. Gallagher five daughters and i two sons a As follows mrs James i Tasley of new Bethlehem mrs. Walter Hazell of Rochester. N y mrs James drum of Dubois Eugene Gallagher of St Albans w. A Seaman Ralph Gallagher. 1-cof Camp Bradford Norfolk a. And Imogene and Jane at Home his Mother. Mrs Bridget Gallagher of Bloomfield n j. Four Sisters and six grand children also survive. The remains were taken to the Kajda funeral Home and prepared for the funeral to be held on Friday morning of 8 30 o clock from the bereaved Home at 120 Quarry Avenue services will be held in St. Catherine s Church at 9 of clock Rev w e Ohern officiating and burial will be made in St. Catherine a cemetery. Friends will be received at the Home after 2 of clock tuesday afternoon. V continued Tram Page one j is the Home of an and belongs to the world his address however entered upon the fact that tile teaching of american history has been woefully neglected in the High school and i colleges of the nation. He pointed out that Hugh Gibson former am a Bassadore to France a recommended the establishment of a i Council comprised of officials of i foreign affairs for the purpose of putting More stress upon the j teaching of american history he j cited that a Survey made i by a new York newspaper showed i that 82 percent of institution of j higher learning do not require a 1 knowledge of american history for j degrees. Twenty five percent of a Large number of persons checked Injo he Survey did not know that Abraham Lincoln was president j during the civil War 84 percent i could not recall two achievements j of Thomas Jefferson Manv thought i the Bill of rights guaranteed the right to work to play and to choose one s own recreation others thought i they guaranteed Security against want and fear and Only a few re leered to the Freedom of speech re a Union and Assembly. The speaker also referred to George Washington Carver noted negro scientist who riled last year and who had developed too uses j for Peanut and 200 uses for Sweet. Potatoes and to Erie Johnson i head of the to 8 chamber of com a me Roe who made such an import i Tant a Driess to russians Over the i week end. As the Type of men nerd cd to educate the world and to prevent another military conflagration from sweeping the world. He said that kiwanis. With its j brotherhood in Canada should be j Able to help Cement relations with our Northern neighbors after the j present War ends Vii business Section saturday Reward of finder phone 118-m lost a ladle White Gold Waltham wrist watch Between Keller and Leonardson. Liberal Reward if returned to Courter office. Ate of Lead Bordeaux mixture. Copper Lime dust duster Black Leaf 40. H. J Mullany a son. For Sale a 8 colonies of Bee with equipment. Jess Shaffer Salem. Flattop lost in Atlantic it. Paul Wingert missing lost a Coin purse containing new Metal Beds a All sizes. Sum of Money Between Troutman j All steel Coll Springs $10.00 other and Klewan Liberal Reward for Coll Springs $�?�.50. Jones fur. Store return to this office a. -___62�?musical merchandise continue rom Page one automotive Llu automobile for Sale j for Sale a blonde Wood guitar i Uke new. Inquire House 243. Hel Vetia. A. After 5 pm. For Bale a 1940 Studebaker Sedan. Al condition 4 new tire. Incline 619 s. Brady St. Quality cars for 8ale�?Cash paid for used cars. Pohe motors 41 to Franklin by. Phone 791. For Sale garage open 8 a. In. To 8 p. In Dally. 63�?seeds, Plant f Lowers for Balu a ritters pedigreed Tomato plants. Lee slither. 325 Highland by. Phone 1215-r late cabbage plants Penn state Baldhead 75c per 10� Ross greenhouse. Fall Creek Good cars for atle. We pay pish for used car. Brady garage. Phone 4611, Reynoldsville a. 17�?wanted�?automotive we want tired cars Quot Lii pay the highest Price j. S. Wanted to buy automat Rishell garage. I fishing reel. Phone 19-r. 6tb�? wanted to buy j Cash a for your Idle singe i sewing machine Singer be win. I Center phone 193 132 w. Lorn ave business service 16�? bus new services offered bicycles rebuilt a i buy old Beetle frames Etc. J. M. Brady. Locksmith phone 1145-j. Magneto a rebuilding at Reitz implement store. Dry clean rugs a upholstery with pow Derene by Bigelow carpet co. Dubois furniture co. I pay Cash Fosgood deed typewriters. Adding machine or Cash regl Sten also Hare a Complete repair service Harry e Mann. Clearfield a phone 128 wanted to buy a Power tools woodworking equipment. Any size write Box 70. Co courier express. Will pay $10 or More a for any used drop head Singer sewing machine. Singer sewing Center. 132 w Long ave. Phone 193, rooms and Board 68�?rfvnrm hit bout Briard for rent a bedrooms 301 we, ave., Opp b a o for Elgha station employment real estate for rent 71�?apartment and Flat 32�?help wanted female a girl for Kitchen work apply in person St hotel Dubois for rent a 3 furnished room1 use of phone and laundry newly papered. 112 South ave. 77�?houses for Kent Cook wanted a restaurant today wanted a i Tress person hotel Logan apply b ii j i for rent House at Murtland j and Reynolds ave $12 a to. J ready j s Reitz realtor apply in wanted a woman or girl for general housework couple hours a Day chose own no Call 1994 wanted a ambitious women everywhere. Interested in $8 00 or More a Day full or part time write for Catalon. Maisonette frock. P o. Box 605. Altoona it six wanted to rent wanted a to rent 5 or 6 r House no children. Address 6. Co courier express real estate for Sale Flattop. The other four were the Lexington Yorktown Wasp and Hornet All sunk in the Pacific the sinking of the Block Island brought to 126 the number of combat vessels lost by the american Navy in this War. The Block Island was commanded by capt finances m Hughes of Selma. Ala., who was rescued the vessels dimensions and other details have not been released by the stubborn Case of constipation gone a no More salts oils every Day a writes sex sufferer want to Stop dosing and yet keep regular then read this unsolicited letter from or. Lowe. Quot i no 71 years of. To it Al or i in in Best of health. But for 16 yearn i had a stubborn Rase of constipation had to rely on a i to or Castor nil Rorry Day. Got in Quot a a a i could hardly walk few month ago i read one of your ails and my win dts Der to try your All bran. After first work my passage was Normal. For months i Hay Bren Cating Kellogg s All bran regularly and Harendt taken a laxative. Thanks for All brands grand Frank love. 4303 6 w. Ath St. Des Moi aaa Iowa. You la he interested in knowing exactly How Kellogg a Al bran helps so Many people hot rugs this wholesome Cereal Gete at a common cause of constipation a Lack of certain dietary cellulosic Clements. You see All bran is one of nature most effective sources of these elements which help the Friendly colonic Flora to fluff up and prepare waste for easy elimination. Kellogg Sall bran is not a purgative it is a a a regulating food. If your constipation is this kind. Eat Kellogg Sall bran regularly a and drink plenty of water. See if in does no to help. Insist on genuine All bran mad Only by Kellogg in Battle Creek. 81�?houses for Sale 33�?help wanted male for Sale phone 89 room House Bat a anted a 2 Crews of paperwork cutters. $9 a Cord at Road. Sabula Section j. S Reitz. Realtor phone 1676-w for Sale a modern by a k House. I two family. E Washington ave j Hardwood floors garages two 1 furnaces convenient terms Al i Ben l. Good diners wanted machine Coal miners High coat Good working conditions. Keys Coal co. Mine no. 4 Westville. For Sale a furnished or unfurnished House also household goods for Sale inquire after 3 30 p in. Mrs. Dahl. Ill 8prmg a of wanted scrap we Call for paper rag Magazine Iron Metal Auto tire batteries end other waste material. Market prices paid h. Shakespeare a sons phone 606 for Sale a 5 room Bung Low with 2 lots at Fry Reynolds ave Bath and Furnace 1200 terms j. S Reitz. Realtor. Help wanted a automobile Mechanic warred. Steady work Good working conditions Good wages permanent Job. Lakes to sea motor co., Brookville oppo 1 site Post office. J a a. A anted mechanics for general buy Stamps every payday automotive and heavy duty truck 3 3 service also automotive body men i to work in completely equipped j chop steady work. Good working conditions. Permanent Job. Excellent wages Pohe motor. 41 s. Franklin St. Slap the japs and nazis buy War Bonds and Stamps official Dubois garbage collectors garbage collected from private residence per Quarter $1.25 Dubois garbage co. Phone 327 r Chic new neckwear Crisp and fresh will glorify your Basic Dre. We have Dickie. Collar Button Bow Flower Vestee and costume jewelry the finishing so hard for you Are service we gladly do. Singer sewing Center 132 West Long Ava phone 193 continued from Page on j him dated May 15, while a sister. Mary iou received a letter dated May 16 1 a graduate of Brady High school i in 1938, it. Wingert la Well known in thi City and was among the Early youths interested in aviation at the local Airport. He went overseas August 23, last year and had been based in Italy 1 since Landing. He la known to have engaged in Many missions and had a number of nazi fighters included in his kill Pilot of a p-38 called the Gibson special a in Honor of his Squadron s flight Leader. Of. Wingert on i several missions had close Calls but always previously made his Way to safety. His courage and knowledge of his own plane Are providing a source of Comfort to his family and Many friends in the Hope that news a in soon arrive stating that he reached the ground in safety Myca is too years old today continued from Page one Christian association As i reaches its Centennial today i contained in 1 a message from King George i of great. Britain and relayed to Secretary Rounsley i learn with interest and pleasure the King s message seated Quot that the y m c a is about to celebrate the Centenary of its founding a it Patron i join its Leader and member in thankfulness to almighty god for the world a ice services to youth which it has been Able to Render during the past too year. The record of what. The y m c a has achieved m the past in not ably in time of War justifies a confident belief that it will have a worthy and important part in the future rebuilding of National and International life Quot the King de 155-foot Bridge Span collapses at Clearfield continued from Page one employed by the Bern engineering a construction co., of Buffalo and a ordered to pick up the 14-ton Bulldozer at lumber City and Ake it to Buffalo state policy said that if he would have taken out a permit to transport the machine i would have designated his route and that such a Load would not have been Rou de Over the Brid a county commissioners reported that there was no question Abo a the fitness of the Bridge to handle Ordinary traffic and that it had been inspected As late As Mav la by James Long of Blue Bell Mon Pomery county an Engineer qualifier to inspect Bridges and had been pronounced o k. The Bridge was built in 1899, was 310 feet Long. Comprised of two spans the West one of which fell. The collapse created co Ruider Ibl excitement in Clearfield and crowds gathered about the wreckage on saturday night while thousands viewed it on sunday. I continued from Page one Andrew o Henley. Brookville. Harold o swale. Clearfield. Robert h Hipps. Curwensville Eugene ii. Mccaulon Dubois. Hubert b Hoh Johnsonburg John t Moon Gal. Johnsonburg Gerald d Kirkpatrick Stratton Richard cd Thompson. Ridgway. William o Grimes Curwensville Quentin w Bish. Corsica Winston f Eshbaugh summer Josept e Stanisch St. Marys William m Lychner St. Marys. Frederick j. Jordan. Curwensville Leo j Baka. Crenshaw. John j. Painter Curwensville. Hugh a Hoover Curwensville. William j Hoover Curwensville. Phil m. Jordan Punxsutawney. David l Hoffman Punxsutawney Richard g. Thompson. Ridgway. William g. Grimes Curwensville Howard Lewis Houtzdale. Curtis h Keenan Clearfield Raymond e. Welsch Brookville Robert l Nelson Dubois. Harry o. English Frenchville Robert a Lapoint Ridgway. Elmer f Harvey Brookville. Albert e nearhood Fauna Robert j Leary Ridgway. Donald a Huston Dubols Earl o Whelpley Emporium. Jack e Spencer Dubois. John Franklin Park Ridgway. Kenneth l Collins Brockway. J. C. Knight Ridgway. Bombers sink destroyer and other Jap ships continued from Page one months. The sudden renewal of shipping attacks in the Waters off dutch new Guinea indicated the japanese were reacting swiftly to the Blak Landing Lino were mane vering to reorganize their defense around grel Vunk Bay observer Here maid meanwhile air activity continued at an intensified Peak with Liber actors carrying out the heaviest raid Ever delivered against Truk from Southwest Pacific bases saturday when they dropped 79 tons of bombs in the third straight Day of a trick on the Caroline base american fighters Over Biak downed to More enemy planet Over Blak saturday and sunday tangling with a Force of 42 japanese planes sunday a spokesman said two other planes Lyre downed in the dutch new Oulena sector and seven japanese fighters were shot Down Over Truk. Attack plane joining in the ? weeping search for japanese shipping blasted enemy vessels and Supply areas in the a Anokwu Ari Region 130 Miles weft. Of Blak Island and Sank a Small freighter. The toll of All types of japanese a hip movements through Waters now controlled by american aircraft mounted with the sinking of two troop Laden Bilges off Noem foor Island e,4t of Bisk and the damaging of another loaded Barge tile Barge May have been heading toward Biak to reinforce japanese troops there. Mrs Jack Seifert and daughters i and grandson of St marys spent sunday with mrs. Jess Shaffer of Salem. Mrs Eddie Burno. Of state Street a received word that her son at. William l Wingert a member of the air Corm a arrived safely in new Guinea. John Corsen who i employed at Akron. Ohio spent the week end with his family and other rela vet and friends in Oklahoma or we p Aurand and granddaughter of Luthersburg spent sunday with friends in tilts City James Duson h a la has returned to the no Al air station at travers City mich., after spending a ten Day furlough Ai his Home in Falls Creek. Miss Eva Mccutcheon r Nof i w instead con has arrived in Dubois to spend her summer vacation with relatives and friends. Mrs George Dickenson and1 daughter Betty have returned to their Home in Oklahoma after j j spending a few Day visit with relatives at Little Washington pay Hii Bols Hospital notes admitted William West Weber Avenue Gerald Pyne or Church Avreet George Moi Mahon. Ridgway mrs r f Tomlinson. Brockway mrs Sam Tony i Grant Street discharged i Gertrude Harpst. Meadville miss i Jane morn. Westville mrs. Charles j Kroner Dubois Street mrs. An-1 thong Alvetro and infant son. Rev i nolds Ville mrs Joseph Radsavitch and infant daughter Clinton Avenue. Tony Grazulis u. S Navy has arrived in Dubois after serving in the South Pacific area for the past year to spend a twelve Day leave with his parents on Pentz run Avenue and with other relatives and friends. Mrs Clifford Oatman of Indiana is visiting with her Mother mrs. Grace Schrengost of North main Street for several Days. Maple Avenue Hospital notes admitted mrs. Louise Capella Eldon Charles French Falls Creek mrs. Elizabeth Thompson Toller Avenue Freda Houck. Stump Creek i mrs. Ell Mulholland Reynoldsville. Charles Delullo Force. Dis charged miss Betty Neiswonger Quarry Avenue mrs Laura Harkle Road Reynoldsville Mira Patricia Davis third year student at the Buffalo general Hospital Buffalo n. A is spend ing a month vacation at the Home of her Mother mrs. J. F Rowan of Spring Avenue misses est her Thompson of i>u-1 Bois and Charlotte Kroner. Of Luthersburg spent the week end i with the Tonnera brother. Bill. U Al Marine corps in Philadelphia and with other relatives and friends in Atlantic City n. J. Or and mrs Fred Way land and i family of Tonawanda. N y., spent sunday with the formers Parent. Or. And mrs. Frank Wayland of it Falls Creek r. D. J. P. Tnomas of Tyrone waa a recent visitor in Dubois. Or. And mrs. Leonard Sawyer of a i pending the week end with the formers parents. Or. And mrs. It h Sawyer of Oklahoma have returned to their Home in Ridgway. Pvt Marlon h mover a returned to fort Monmouth n. A after spending the week end with his family on South Stele Street. Or and mrs. John a. Moore of Pittsburgh have returned to their Home after spending the Pat weekend at the Home of their Parent or and mrs j h Moore of South Jared Street. Mrs rom Allen and children. Mon ainu and Ronnie have returned to their Home in Buffalo after pending some time with the forage Parent or and or. Jame Pergrim of Toller Avenue. Pfc Paul r Dusch has returned to Camp Livingston la after spending a fifteen Day furlough at the Home of his Parent or. And mrs Bernard Dusch. Of r a i. Mrs Lillie Strandburg of Thea City left. Saturday for Pittsburgh where she will spend the Rimmer with her daughter. Cpl William Dusch. Who la ate tidied at Camp Van Dom i. In spending a fifteen Day furlough with his parents. Or. And or. Bernard Dusch. Of r. D i and if wife of Brockway. Mrs Henneg Johnson and Aoa of Juniata Street left for Detroit Mich we Here they will attend the funeral of the former Niece. Sgt Bill Johnson. Who is stationed at Atterbury ind. Is spending several Days furlough at the Home of or. And mrs James Thompson. Of Spring Avenue. Mrs Martha n Gardiner state nurse of Evergreen Street left for Pittsburgh where she will spend the next ten Day taking a course in nursing at Pim University Joseph Elnicki b 2-c, has re-1 turned to Bainbridge. My. Where he is stationed after spending a nine Day leave with his wife and j children of Welt Dubois Avenue j allure Phillips has returned to her Home on Dubols Avenue after spending the past ten Day visiting with her daughter miss Madge Phillips at Kezuka College Kezuka Park n Eugene powder Mec Aillon. son of or and mrs John Mccal j Hon of Howard Avenue was sworn in the Travy on May is and is now stationed St Bainbridge my for j a Boot training Quot Mise Genevieve Shemas of South Jared Street spent the past weekend in Ridgway with friends miss Helen Calderon has returned to her Home in this City from Buffalo where she spent the past two weeks with her sister or Rose Alvetro. Mis Jeanne Lucore has returned to her Home to this City from Buffalo who re she spent the weekend with Friend or. James Roff the former Man Bozelll of Rumbarger Avenue left for Virginia where she will spend some time with her husband pvt. James Roff. Misses Genevieve and Margaret Calderon have returned to Wallington d c. Where they Are to j rated after spending the past few Davis with relative and friends in Thea City. William final of weat dub Oil Avenue was called to Erie by the death of he Only brother Henry who died at the age of 90 year. Funeral services will be conducted wednesday at 2pm with burial in Erie. Pvt Jess e Ria hell of the army air corp stationed at fort Monmouth n spent the Wowk end St hts Home on Dixon Avenue. Cheries Law of Baltimore who spent the past week at the Home of mrs Barrett on s mein Street Hee returned to i Home accompanied by his daughter. Cordia Marie. Or. And mrs. Joseph Monahen of Reynoldsville Ara rejoicing Over the a it a i of a baby boy born in the Maple Avenue Hospital monday june s. Famous for flavor in salada1 n a Merritt i. Edner notary Complete line of dependable insurance 29 South f ran Blin Street phone As or 880 birthday greetings the Goutier express extends its felicitations to mrs w Illiam or Millen who will role rate her birthday w Ernesda Tea in package and to a bags at your grocer a a Clorox clean Are fresh smelling. And More Why Tam chinch r a when if s c10r0xclean to hygienically Jav Grimy Dii Clote not o pm not ont Light to Rte be it it Likely to be Man Oce to family health. But a dish doth or dish mop look clean of Nee when it j Osrox Cleon and cd crop not eely Fale Cobei and removes mom. It Deodorizes and did meet a providing hygienic deadlines. The regular use of Moro is a vitally important health Precour 88s Ria s ii Oriti Hach and hous Hotd Disint Kant Hon in washing Whit and Colo fast Cotton Ond linens. In cleansing Kitchen and bathroom danger zone Quot. Simply follow direction on the lobe. There i Only one Clorox. ,. Olney ask for it by Nome in uksts too Owins re Mirous Fra Avii stains in a buying War Bonds for the Gas Range ill need tomorrow by Des to by Are planning their new Post War kitchens around a amorous new Gas ranges. For cooking perfection use a was Range

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