The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 1, 1930 · Page 11
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January 1, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, I93U. UAI.L.T cotTRr.fi; K, jjS.v'rjjLi.KV PA., These -cirds b u r e a u at Ha I. t h o h p p i n n l r The fee to, MOTOR DRIVERS RENE\VAL CARDS GO OUT ON JAN. 6 Over 2,000,000 Will Be Placed Tn Mirils f hat Day at Harrtsiuirg. MUST BE BACK BEFORE MARCH 1 Jan. 1.--The mails J a n u a r y S v-'i'l carry 2,rtF(.000 operators' r e n e w a l c.irtl*. sent by the Bureau of Mo or Vehicles t m MI and w o m e n o p e r a t i n g motor vehicles i n P e n n s y l v a n i a . m u s t hr r e t i i r n r d to tho "risbitrg prior to March is of tr.e license* year. · a d r i v e r ' s card here- a f t e r Is $2, no: 51, t h e 1929 Legislature h a v l n j ; d o u b l e d tho priije. "As has been pointed out in con- n e c t i o n with vehicle registration," STIC! ( ' o r n m i s s i o n e r Benjamin G. Kynon today, "thosTM persons who have changed their a d d r e s s siiice receiving cards last s p r i n g w i l l not receive cards twloss they n o t i f y the .Motor Vehicles B u r e a u of the change. Those forms are ma:ted third-class, anct even t h o u g h a f o r w a r d i n g address ha» been I t i t at the- p.moftlee they cannot he forwarded to the n e w address, under postal regulation.-. It Is important, therefore, t h a t person.-; who iiuvr move^l w r i t e H a r r i s b u r g f u r eiianse- of-address f o r m 112i' or M-1S. This applies to r.rsoi:y wlio have mailed change; card* since October 16, at w h i c h titnt.' ( r e p a r a t i o n o f r e n e w a l cards w a s c o m p l e t e d . "All r e n e w a l forms are released f r o m l!«irri:4liurs postoflice at tho same time, not a l p h a b e t i c a l l y , aa thu seems to t h i n k . It the operator not receive- his card w i t h i n a he- should ask for a duplicate, keeping in mind the change-oC- afidress proposition. "There ig no sound reason why operators' r e n e w a l curds cannot, bo mailed to Harrlsburg immediately upon receipt. Two dollars is a t r i f l i n g sum. compa-exi w i t h th-e amount of money spent a n n u a l l y by the average owner and dviver. Tho dilr.tory tactics of owners and operators result in a Hood at t h e Hose of the period which works hardships on the clerical force, w h i c h is e n t i t l e d to more consideration. Early m a i l i n g is an evidence of a desire on :hft pun of the d r i v e r to play f a i r w i t h t h o m e n a n d women w o r k i n g in Uu M o t o r ' Vehicles Bureau." TOOTS HASPF" does we«k Ohiopyle O l H O P V U l i , Doc. ;U-- Mrn. Run-sell Younkln aol c h i l d r e n of Wilson are visiting' her juirentn, Mr. and Mrs, -K. K. Bailey. Mi's. Walle-r McKarituid and two children, Don mi Huth and Walter, Jr., returned home Sat.urday night i'roiii a week's vittii al 'i'oledo, Ohio, whero they woi'« guest« of Mr. and-Mr-B. \Val- Un- V/pU'o. i\liw{ Bmn;i Uafforty, student nurse at tho Allegheny Genera! Hospital, at t'ltt«burg, Is s p e n d i n g a two (lays' vac«tkn w i i h her parent*. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. -Uaft'erty. Mrs. K. ij. Vaiillorn of Cuniboi-land. Jld., le a p e n d i n g a vi«if, with her par- oute, Mr. and Mrs. ttUHMOll Dav'm. Mrs. Bfrllo Moon returned to Ohio- pylo Saturday e v o n i n g fitter a. week's visit w i t h her daughter, Mrs, Alex Trossler. Mies Catherine lloetetter returned to -Plf.teburg Sutui'day where she IM iu training for a nurse ut the Allegheny (!-enoral Ilo-jpital, a f t e r a short vacation apont '.vith ]H'r 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hochstotler. Clurenue Taylor has returned t-o hifi work near Pittshnrg, after Hie pact week spent with h i s nisler. Miss 7'iyJor. Frunlc R u f f e r t y , Jr., of U n i o n t o w n , is tipoiidliig u week's vacation in Ohto- Mi-, and .Mrs. H. E. K n l l m u r thu week-end with friends at Marion. I'atroni/.e tho.se who advertise. upc-nt I'oiui t'erryopoiia US, Deo. til--Mrs. M. A. Thompson of Now Kensington, and tierlnulo Uuttormore of t h l t j place, spent S u n d a y afternoon w i t h (.heir Urothor, J i i m u u Buttermore, Jr., ot l''uyette City. Tho ;i,l.ten!jui(.-e at. the .Method in t i lOpi.scopal Sntuliij' school Sunday wa« Mr. arid Jlrs. Howard Shoiif) ot Kair- inont, AV. Vii., we-ro hero viaitirig w i t h .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sisley. Mr. and Mns. Glenn [tough and Mrs. l.cldh .llou;;:h r e t u r n e d to their home liore after spoudinj; u week in Calif o r n i a . Mrw. .M. A. Thompson r e t u r n e d to her homo at New Koiislii{jlJii A l o n d a y iifternoou. Confluencf f ' O N F L U K X C K , Jan. t.--Mr. a n d Airs. Urucc Treutle and l i t t l e g r a u d d u u s ' h i e r , Hetty M a c B u r u e y , of Cuti- i i e l l s v i U e i.-rrived here yesterday to v i s i t M r s . 1'reuMe's f u U i e r , T. K. U r o w n . Mr. a n d Mrs. M. I. .Mc.Milien and i!:inj;ilier. M i r y , ui' L'l'stna werir v j s i l o r s w i t h f i - i v a d s i n t o w n last e v e n i n g . i h u n j u o n . ( " a l l has r t t u r n e d to h i s work at H ,:.\vell al'ler a v i s i t h e r e W i t h I l i a f i i n ;ly. Mi', a n d 'Mrs. H a r r y H u n t e r a n d I'annly o f ( i r - ~ w f . l l were r e c e n t v i s i t o r * here w i t h f r i e n d s . Miss H e t t y l . o n u r i d s - ' e has rcuu'!u.vl lo school .tt H o l y o k e , Ma.-s.. a f i e ) ' a visit here w i t h h e r p a r e n t s . M r . a n - i Mrs, Gi'orge t n » i ; r i d ? i \ tor l!nrt;'iiin ! li' so. re-isi tin 1 ittl'--ort!.siti-v 'hi!i".ii.f · .·:' Tin; Ua;!y ronrivr. ( l u s i l i e i V i i \ i' i Use m e n ( ·- I t . ' .,, n .,i.; 1'.-... 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