Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 3, 1930 · Page 12
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' ^m^fi^ff^ ^_ QMBt URGES' ,$ORE COOPERATION By CfiCIl OWftN, * Stftlt <:nrrsepondent. /'"WASHINGTON, D. C.. -Tune 3.—On ttrt **% « the federal government's Supreme effort to enforce prohibition through a new alignment of inveatigat- •IHtt and prosecuting agencies under Attorney General Mitchell, the administration has launched a new appeal tor better cooperation from the states. Irt an analysis of prohibition enforcement made public by Prohibition Commissioner Dornn, failure to obtnln effective liquor law enforcement was blamed squarely on pome state officials •Who were paid to have disregarded their sworn duty because of wet sentiment in their communities. "If state officials were as active In enforcing the national prohibition act as It is clear they have the duty and obligation to be." Doran said, '"it becomes at once apparent that prohibition could be successfully enforced." The Doran charge against certain officers was the most direct accusation to be levelled against the states by a high federal official, although Chairman George W. Wickersham of President Hoover's law enforcement commission has urged more cooperation from the states. Inadequate prohibition enforcement in New York state was laid by Doran on the refusal of local authorities to initiate prosecutions in the larger • cities. States not having acts of their own are still required by the concurrent clause of the eighteenth amendment to assume equal responsibility with federal officials for enforcing prohibi- ' tlon, Doran said. Pennsylvania was said to hnv-e good cooperation in a score of westerrt counties, although the district surrounding Pittsburgh was described as so wet that local officials gave no help. West Virginia was said to offer good cooperation, and the work of both the Pennsylvania and West Virginia state police was praised. Publication of Doran's charge that the states are responsible for present lax enforcement conditions in many section was expected to bring a demand for prohibition leaders for greater pressure on local authorities. THRIFT By S. W. STRAUS, President American Society for Thrift. It is worthy of note that in the experiences of thrifty men and women the hardest dollar to save is the ilrst one. And each succeeding dollar laid away there is less of hardship and more of Joy in the experience, realize that at last they are on the high road to success. They have learned the happiness that comes with earned possessions. Persons who are leading thriftless lives today should bear these thoughts in mind. " To deny one's self certain pleasures and indulgences is not an inviting prospect to them. They feel that they should get the maximum amount of pleasure out of life from day to day. and the thought of knuckling down to a more prosaic existence does not appeal to them. To save the ilrst dollar, therefore, is to them a task requiring much moral courage. But the second dollar is laid away with a slightly less sacrilicial teeling. By the time the first hundred has made its appearance, the practice of thrift has become something of a fixed habit and as they go on accumulating more and more, the joy of possession increases. Each of us has his duties to society, to the members of his family and -to his friends; but duty to one's self is none the less important, and the ful- , flllment of it is just as commendable. Do not refrain from the practices of . thrift because you feel that it will » Dcthol Destroys Moths It's no longer necessary to pack away clothing and furs for the season. Eliminate this trouble. Leave these articles banging in closets and just spray them once a week with Dcth*l. Dcth«l won't hwm or stain clothes—but it will stop the ravages of moths. It kills the flying moth, destroys the hungry worms which do the damage. Also protects your upholstery, rugs and draperies. There is a money back guarantee. For sale everywhere. Dethol Mfg. Co., Inc., Baltimore, Md. Spray Dethol Errorgrams— •- MO* IT ^t'* AN EXACT MY SCHOONER THOUSAND* Of PUPILS GBT WORKING PKftMtfS HARRISBURG. J-fufte 3.-^Rep6rt9 tabulated in the depaftftteftt ot public Instruction show that during the past year 27,768 original general employment certificates were issued. Of th* minors 30.1 per cent between the ages of 14 and 16 years /for whom these certificates were issued had completed the sixth grade; 30.9 per cent had completed the seventh grade; 27,9 per cent the eighth grade; 2.2 per cent grades ten to twelve, while in two-tenths of 1 per cent of the cases the grades- completed were not specified. During the same period duplicate general employment certificates, vacation employment certificates and permits were Issued as follows: Duplicate general employment certificates, 17,984; vacation employment certificates, 5,903; emergency permits for farm work or domestic service in private homes, 3,444, and exemption permits for warm work or domestic service, 3,201. Tj Sf-f H * <& VS&A* -»• *i, **• "V^ *' ^ iV ^*3»^ o 1 t 1 "f * AftiMiMm-ltfMfcjaM'-. *--,jV, / '^ ww i *'W''#'fr*T <? *»' ' *' *> r ,V " ? A '' '•• V , '* CHOPS. LONDON—It is understood that the fondness of the Prince of Wales and the duke of Gloucester for grilled lion chops has led to some London restaurants including this delicacy on the menu, with the footnote stating that you must wait six weeks for your or der. MtJKOY fLAHS ANNUAL , i Msgssff'^i^i «Kb'lti*i~eifa«tt m fOft iHMAtfMd th* institution attehd the affair. , June 3.-The annual pageant ot ihe State Industrial Home for Women at Jiuncy is scheduled this year for June 4 when the inmates of the institution under the direction of Dr. William van de Wall of the mental health bureau, state k department of welfare, will offer a program, The women of the institution practice weeks in advance for the pageants and prepare their own costumes. Audiences for the pageant are drawn from all over the state including PLAN NBW MJATUft*8 SUMMJRft SCHOOL The Altoona branch of the Pennsylvania State college Will otter two BOO graduate courses -durlftg the sessions which open In the. city on Juhe 30, this year, in the Senior High school building instead of in the Robsevelt Junior High, accordmg to announcement Just received. The two higher, rating courses will be In psychology and education. A T/MJ Complete Skin Treatment Soap Ointment Talcum Consistent use of Cntlcnra preparations will do much to make—and keep —your skin healthy andclear. SatptSe. OinttnMt Kc. u>A SOc. Tilcnm 4S«. Pwprieuni Folle* D™§ * CkemiwI Corpw«H«B, M*Ura, Mu*. m ti » e* < * fre*hrt>»n, 1ft whi **«** *• ™*W* ledge of the subjects Available at the college. the Altoon«. briiftcfk *WlU again be tinder the direction of Mrs. Ella Lob- Ingrler as fot the p*4t several years. $ A Aft EXCURSION f j«>™ NEXT SUNDAY Trip Alio Independence Day July 4 Pittsburgh EXCURSION TKAIN Lv. Altoonn. .......... »-4« A. M. Returning Lv. nttsbnrgh . . ...... 1.28 P. M. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD •gp It/I n/1 12th Animal Safe for tti» 89c *" Luggage ; of every dS*«*lM lb * 89c to $29,90 Pocketbook* for men and 49c * KARASEK'S 1409 Elevttttii Ayttttte NEW BARGAINS Every Day At Cut-Rate Shoe Store 1413 Eleventh Avenue (Copyright, 1930, NEA Service, Inc.) TberR are nt IcaM four mlstaUcs In the above picture. The> may Certain to irrummnr. history, etiquette, draw-In* or whatnot. See If >ou can flml them. Then looli at the scrambled word below—and unscramble It, bv switching the letters around. Grade yourself 20 for each of the mistakes you flnd, and 20 for the word If you unscramble It. Tomorrow we'll explain the mistakes and tell you the word. Then you can see how near a hundred you bat. • • • • YESTERDAY'S CORRECTIONS. (1) The arctic day, Instead of the night, begins in the spring. (2) Greenland Is Danish territory, not U. S. (8) Etah Is 78 or 79 degree, north of the equator—11 or 12 degrees south of the pole. (4) The leg Is mUslne from the left, rear corner of the table. (5) The scrambled word Is MEPH1STO. mean hardship and privation. The first few steps rriay be difficult. But after that it becomes the greatest dividend payer in happiness and peace of mind that can be found. Make up your mind to save no matter how small the amounts must-be. 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