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January 30, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 4

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P V G E FOt/R rni: n \ n y rormrn rrN\'nur SVTULC PA M O \ D \ Y JAMJ VUi 'M J aihj E0urm THE COURILR COM! -N\ James J Dii^coll H \ DT !.,, n \V Itc S Sun mi 1 J imes M Dn^ o!i J V.Nhe Duscoll Pu ) k ) t n c! GctlLl 1 "VI in ifct Sc.uU r\ md T i c ISMI c L c i t u \ssociato Lditoi \ d \ c i t i M i , , md Business. Manage! MbYIBFR OI \ idit Buc u ot Cncul ti lib I cin y n u n i i Nc\\".pjp»i Publi ht \ssocidtion B u i c . u o t \ d \ e l i M n g \ \ T i 3 A Seivcd by United P tsb me 1 I nc rat jn 1 Nc« Semce SUBSCriiPliON RATLS Two ccnls pei eoov 50 cents pel tionth, S5 DLL jcar or SJ 50 ^or six months tav m n l il paid in uK mtc »_ cenls pei \\cck by c u n c i Lnt^ed as second elu^s n altoi H the PosLoflicc. Comic l s \ j l l e Pa ·\IONDil' I / I H M N G . J \MAR1 30 1938 HfcLl'lM* SaiUt'VLA CHI Li On \ p i i l IS, lOOb an e u t l i q u d k o at Sail Tuiucibco touched oil a eonflagidtioii niiiiig v.'uch SOO ])cisons w e i c killed and propeitv d e s U m e d 4iid damaged to the ex cnt ol ^300 000 000 "tt e looKort i pon thai as a catastrophe ·~uc.Ii a -uas B i t look at Chile de-iasted last \\eek b an earthquake \= moie complete detailb tnckle in (ion the s,mallei jopulation centeis, the quake is taking rank among tuc -;iea r disaatei 1 ) m \ \ o i l d liis.oi\ L n u o d Pi ess dispatches place the nuribei of dead at 30000 T h e tiguies are only estimates Tor tiiousands lie bur eel in the nuns ot IOM.IIS i n d uues with a nud-s mimei sun beating d o w n on them, adding the peril of pestilence to the h o i i o i b al ead coi fronting the people Aftei a paitial tour of l i e stiicken area Piesident Peciio Xgine sa\s he thought fust j e p o i i s exagqciatec' iiovi ne is conMncecl he did not attach sufficient. impoU nice to them The gieatest immediate needs are food and w a t e r supplies aie pouring in f i o m othet South \ i t o u c a n natioi s and sone fiom the Limed States Heie is cuu o p p o i l i m i l y to cement relations -Kith the Latin repubhcb X f i i e n d i n need is ot vastly greatei \a!ue thar v,hen e \ e n h ng is going along noimal'j The Piesident and th» Red Cross h a % e oifered the sei\ices of the L n i t e d Stall* llui cal ind b u i - ?ical sipphes ha-ve been ru~l ed south'* aid f i o m the C a n a l Zone our neaiest point of c o n t t c t It is w e l l U P arr HMC!J to do our pait Imagine such a Uagetlj swoppinc; oui P cine Co ist--- Calitornia for example now and t h e n shaken b\ e a i t h tiemois One such as u=ited C h i l e -, not I x i o u l p IT'S UP TO THE ADM1MSXR VTIO A well known economist, m a forecast of 1039 business prospects states that one higblv encouraging element is the apparent lessening of political ' business baitl 15 ' It is true that business as a v. iole htb been accorded less abuse of late, due laigelj to the re=u It of the Ncnembci elections in -rtliich a number of extremists and radicals of both parties w.ere retired from ofiice by their disgusted constituents But business' ·very real and jubtilietl fear of political persecution lemains a. dominant factor in current do mestic affairs There is still a sizable school of small-bon politicians-- most of ·whoii nevei operated a produclm business m their lues and v,hose l i v e l i h o o d for years lias been contributed by the taxiweis--whose principal cl'- light is to attack those pri\ato industries "which pioMCic the nation's jobs, ta^es and opport m i t i e s and keep the coun s a going concein T h e banks, the utilities., the la'ge r e t a i l ss ems, outstandii g manufattuieis--thc=e a-n but a f e u of the great mdusuips the cornerstone ot our n a t i o n a l economy, which ha%e been the b u t t of M C I O U E arcl un founded attacks by \ote-seekers Business isu'f perfect If business b caks t'lc law it should be panished If there a i c abuses i n business legis lation can be framed to co'recc and p i e i c n t t h e m But to seize upon the occasional incubtiy 01 businessman, w h o ib lust'} subject to ciiticism, and c aim that tins is i e | ) i e c c n t t- t u c of all business is the it ost flagrant k i n d of de-nagog- uery It is the kind of demagogtierv w h i c h d i n e s money into hiding, -n 1 ! ch creates unemplojment and lack of confidence, and which prolongs depression It is becoming evident that tho puoiic is getting fed up 01 this "kind of cheap "statesmanship " It remains to be seen "Vihat attitude the carrei t Con- giesb w i l l take toward business If it is a f a i r and cooperative attitude, the country w j l 1 go forward If it is "flagrant demagoguery ' the country will go back J L D G E SOITEI/ TOR SUPERIOR COURT Judge Saia M Soffe 1 of Pittsburgh has been g i v e n a. health} boost toward the place on the Supeuoi uoui t ·vacated by Governor Tames Hie executive b o n d of the Pennsylvania Federation ot "\\oinens Clubs has i ^quah- fiedly endoised hei foi the place I n leply the G j ^ e i n o i told the women he vsas familiar v v i l h the V V O I K ot Judge Soffel on tne 'ommon pleas bench of Allegheny county, adding that he considered hei a ' s p l e n d i d jndi;c lie promised to consulei the j o n d ' i recommendation on the basis of "outstanding ability and exceptional qualification ' fudge Soffel has both in goodly measme r l h e Pittsbuigh jurist is well k n o w n in Fayette county bhe was guest speakei at the recent banquet in U m o n t o w u of membeis of the Bar Association and their wives and others and was made an honorary member of the associa- t on She is a graduate of \\elleslev and the law depart- ti ent ot the University of Pittbbuigh First appointed to the bench m 1930 by Goveinoi John S Fishet she lan lor the oflico in the election following and polled the highest ·vote ever given a judicial candidate in Allegheny county Anothei woman suggested for the vacancy is Secietary of the Commonwealth Sophia M K O'PIaia Inasmuch as she was chosen for that post aftei mi'ch study by the Gov- einor 111 the face of Ins impending vacaaon of the Supeiioi Coutt bench, it seems hatclly piobable he has had hei in mi id Tnere will be almost unanimous, agreement Judge ·softel would be an ideal selection UIDDLE CLAS'i V G L K lUMd Kepiesentative Biuce B a i t o i told the Nev\ ^ o i k Piets \^saciation at its a n n u a l banquet. I i i d a : inglu that the ^ev, Deal pendtilu n is on the clown beat ' bccai be ,,'ie people aie emotion UK t i l e d -- ( n e u Oi be nc; tmdei the stieas of a g i t a t i o n and u p h e a v a l T hcv h a v e quietlj made up then mi ids t h e v i um h a v e a. change as Bai to t s analv^is goes It vull be the m chile class w i n c n w i l l oiing abot t the u n d o i n g ot the Roosevelt Xdmn i^-tiat on the consulessinan and advettismg executive believes It ha» suffeicd most troui ben 2; 4iound bv the millstores of hijrh taxes bad b u s i n e s s and geneial u n e e t t d i n t j It li^s, b e e t -lo v l o get u j ) its d a n u f i b i t is o n the v v a v ^ v l l L I l j t -,ctb 7 u l l v n a i l n o \iln mi i t j o n can «l t n d t-. atlvci-sv. \ e n l u t i no ti -.iigiri -tb tin-- · p t a p fi r l i t e Nf v I) ai 1 in i I l l i f n u - t i k e o o ( ! -tim i inj; i l i r [ u u i i u i im i l m -.- di ( i n 11 i ' ( I r cl t · TWO SIDES OF A BIG QUESTION EA1ALLVOUCAM! rf S GOOD FOK - By PAULMALLONJ . \SH1ISGTGN Jan 3 0 -- I t looked bad foi 13 II Giten of AFL w h e n Hie \dn in ration biip^cd the nev s out .hat h b iocai Ie -ten, wete wntirj, n o the \Vlute House asking Mi Hoose c t to icappont Donald Wnke- ficld bniith 11 looked n vc Green b out! t wab lot btln id 1 im in h t successful c7o Is so 1 u to bloek the e ppc nt- Tient of the National Labo 1 " Kel lions Board m m In fact th it wus ibe ptupose oi letting the inform lion slip out--to make M- G^een pu pic It my still look b j d to you but i pcraaps not lot lonf. Someone t t may get purple out of this bi'aation and not solely 11 be f te "When Mi meets with his exctulivc coun- F orida tins \\ecl he \ 11 place before H ^v-o 01 mo e lette s on tnc same subject fiom h lot 1 leiders One ib from c, laigt L a b cm citv he olhc" frorr a Michve^ an ci y The lette-s w i l l sa tin wo ocal AFL officials wcie ippioiched jy e e i t u n par ics and as vcd to w-ulc in his pieseil Uo i 1 ie Prcsiden i v md ns me(T ctnc i t ITerontl'v An Koosc\clt did not pi esc it Ins d ffei ng icasons foi gctu ig o dcenly m \ o K c d ba* ne toalv^ have m ide a good a i 0 j m c n r oi Maying in aftei his feet VvCie \ ct \ \ h i t e v e r in a t i k e s in "WPA auth- me ic m t ted the centos i finai!} developed n o n insice strugg'e to contiol the new big ie i°f bi 1 foi ne\o ye i H e bit, tnc w 11 be co nmg alo it, in i it v \ ecu' Conq ess onal catters want to ia cc H d I L \ ise the \\P\ s'^si^m rot Continued on Page Eignt letteis o the U n i t e Hou t c Smith -- and t i e parties pp oiing 5c ocfi- Sidelights Ore hundied eigitj-tvvo persons toov tnc Civil Seivicr e\ irrm.iticii icccntly '01 a vacan.. i um mail loute ou* o£ Connellsville \\T-en tne ic^ults «e c announced Da\iri Ch K-le-A 01 th was n fiiot place vi i l l a pei con .age o£ 97 When the positioi n teJy identified as ihe Jocal i^g cr 1 j oPVers of the National Labo R la- son of tions Bond Peail The letters wou d seem to lal e the barrel stave oi t of the 1 anus of the rtnMemen who h i v e been whackm,, M* Gieen and out the padt Ie m bib ha idb It nn eis" N L R B s "ml m t n t \ c » j ht Ie to s y he What's What At a Glance 0 I 1 it c at i n(, ( % CH \RLtS P STEW \R1 C e i t i a l Pre ColuniT-t Jan JO --The C cv e i one 1 no\ i n ut.fi . to l c " i l t d 10 pic i- r HI i fo 910 T u m i \. L n r v rr acb t P : b\ its ^ n ~ m i t M. i 10 5 1 c tction Sli I 1 t e f, n -, \ t i u i it c n dor ible cnou i I p tnu t i H jub! t * l V. m c hou r ^ is 01 \ nt^ t M i except n ire cv t it f a gieatlj icten u i cd Derroc t i. lump or a decided p d up in C U P st f t i,tl m c ^ i * ru \V j u H ub it in m ecogrut" t v t i i cd j OI L good ardai-i be i r i tl " c n IL, n ti n I c i t \ uu and rd ic in****" t bu v. th a i t n q itc' hnL. t it HIM s n for an n UK ficc of nis *\ qi e t i o n 5 bee nr ng Ic STRENGTH FOR YOUR TASK By Uar] LJ Douglass D D V be f i l e d has not been Mi Chu lebvvoitn is i JamCi, Cha Ic v oith of nemocrs ma no h i v e d leered ih r accident happened at ivity 01 h a v e 1 nown about it F i t * is the regional ofliceib have so mm i lutioiil 1 - o\ ei local unions tin any such mv oh ement cat ncs tne imp " t on of eoetc on no* to rrcn- t on w h it Mi Roosev elt will t link w h e n he learns some of Kecolltt ions v ly is o he date of thx w eck o r the L-uque nt L mi tec f ibl B i inoic Ohio :issctige tian Ihe co ictt one i; - Deterrt/"! 23 1903 i d not Chust- boiid , m c J2\ c as borre con end The Laia cl Run \vo m Its \vebt o f Daw.son when some tirrbeib rolled from a west- bout d f l u e n t irto the p a h of the Lim tea bi ty f i v e pei^ons weie k lee h s o w n friends a e t lus t M }injj_io o n i g pressure on nn ~^~ Pnpa c e i t a n l j u o n t Til e it BE CAREFUI/ IJOU YOU P R \ \ 1 1 L Lo r d s Fracr 1 ss n it one p tioi before v, htch v. *_ n \ %% L I st nd i p Ik d t u t i\ e U t 11 C Cl i \ C f } R \ L. Ol I d i n t o ^ \\c iak God 10 f c i L,I\C us onK if \-.L in a ^ i i i f k v e o t ! o r T i l l L i ib rut in,, i m #h 1 - c on the r t n c n t n nf *\ L t in ini ( U! nf cci^ \ I lib C ^ lie i d n i of 1 c r i i up he In t * d n C ipi ol J J i l J t it n ittf i v, i^ tbt, n,- rormna ion ot M f i c a n l 1 an don 0 rue h" hi 1 - lt.cn tried ard ^ is bt ucr c \ e i \ i t-lrim^I^ bu i. ha ' con d it 1 c ot ifw t : i 1 r j [oifi v t o i fe 1 t i v.c e p e r t God t t u Th Lon r i t! i Ub 1 t i r v re to rn Grd fc z ung fei ite, \c I old i p lo Hi n a 1 fe n All rights reicr\cd--riabsoi u h c h tha g tec may tnungh dw^ 1 1 Tni« docs not mean a i if bee i ISL there % ould b_ ro need for fo"Ei\cnebj i r our I cs w e e c itea^ Bu t clots mein T 1 fe rut of \vbicn has bren put il' bi teint?bs a i d mal- 1 b o ding O V C L offcnsCb, nil mte f ci TI t 1 - j id into uhich tl c ( i come the deep desire f b i id of tne mf imy and i i it tiini Duraen of sin \ 11 ti '.L b *^ lo God a hcc.11 t i n I t 1 ! Tnd \ o i d o C ! bi t c i n t He rrfievhts tl at f t \ tlii th LI \ s t cii u ^ itc rci tut, s \ | , iiLi Ilo\\i fiom I toil, oi God and of iht t f ' t} , L i \ c spapcr Synd (.a e Stray Thoughts By S M DcHLFF As Others Think Right and left \ ir; Democrats fougl t as bitterly inside ovei the S150000000 relief cut as if it had been a bi'hon, although up to then nothing vvas of smaller consideia^on tnan a coup^ of huncicd millions among adm nibtiat on Iriendb Mr Gainer the V -P made a s long personal appe it at a Cabinet meeting before the Senate \ote uifi- mg Mr Roosevelt o relax the \\ h te House pies c ire Gai nor thojghl it impractica] st"ategy for the P^esiden to use his big stick so heavily or the Senators over such a small is^ue bo ear T v in the session Even if the P esiden' were right aLoat the amount needed lie tould well afloid to let the i^b ie b ido \\ ithm GO da^s evcryoi e w J. nov vv 1 et! et he w a s ngnt If t ir ne pun cr 1 hin to oe lie t ould co ne bac! t Corgi ess cflecLvelj and ?a See I told ou so j o u will invc 1 10 appiopiutc mo e monev to f ili out the t stol joa to June 30 T h e V -P v\os as ^trong as usua 1 11 ' s Ju t so lor^ ^ ^iVlsboll u dossil t 1 !1 ~ I t V t credit foi us 'i-l ng the ^n^li h ii c t in tho ' / se i_r ^its-^ 11! ket t ) mv m uth tut about h s v jim: g t Sp m c i v,3i Betv«. ftn f t i i s o v e r 01 ne Eist P i k «k itinf ponu iu"sd iv r i,hi D*- I * r Co ^el to d irt hov mud ht c n j o j f d m K - ni-j LH And fapo u n g o£ it.e j bic: Kansan Has M ide Good 1 i ir g 3U«-l \\ K y is i i fathci h i s *-io] O u u . d e Knns s L o r e l e i \ s I- to teach 1 is grov n-up o!Tspi nq ho v ^ most v IQ] v un^no v n th"n ht vv i s ' o otand perptnd tulni' ) I don t kno\ presidcn all narrtd nt tl e C 1 Belaud \ ho the Sidchpl I 1 - . lit ir had in n nd i :)t btcdl ind m o r e !i i i t ic i t U a ; t i t b t n 1910 i s v Iv bt U tila*- tod v than v. n I irt He not t , ] i- k J I.L ba ' ul st )nt 1 oi L And s i b o b K P f k d r t in t itll- j ndtr L I G H T O N HEALTH A R G U M E N T O ^ f l b b u r g h Post Gizetie) He il h U rector Ale\andei s con- t i u v c i v w h council in o v,hit'i ^Ta^o" Stui y ard lie Chamber oC Commerce h i v e Ie iptd suggests tint Lherc s iouM be a r-anp\ medium 1 o- tv. con nritThri; the ostrich and .do U n q uncht Ked Rtnei il ? i- u ich reflect on the commun- nr i 10 nd h n comTur I in til it Ii iiir ri i Ues il s p c t t i of Cultiur Club si ou lent r ii cc tor = no L Lei s yo to press Onto inon a ime folk s nste^d c icllo v. \ en tl e telephone Safety Sonnets convention He had onl / f j n n onthb tcj uii oc uct himstl cot-ntiv before election daj nd he p \r P K * «;--bit 1 t.sn t the rifi t 1 md of pei n a l i t y j his prom n t u t s can bc to introduce itse e jn bhoi t o-ni_i His 1 en c K n Mi Rro^evclt nuiihcitj v\ as no a l t corajH 'cut citl tr ''-Ic \ ould have bee i hcl d nnyv a Lat mav oe rot so b idlj w i t h an blei piess ig nt «.! -n \ \ ior i 1 Chanm n John D M Hamilton N e v e i t l elc^^ I t Sunfkn ei state - rrun 3rovcc to be in o\ti lotdmai I,, g atc r ul loser He could ike t As his inu oiit p n t s be cl I r has beer adeqaitcly nd qui t efee- tively critital of the Rno;c%tlt Ad- mmisi.i it on s pol tits out I L h s 1 eci p^litt ibc ut it He has i ot been giojcby Plenty of Reoub ic ins and some Dcmoci its h a v e id rrighty mean things m a me in u \ coi eernmg t i e Novv De il 3_. mdoi s tone h is been iniablc Presiaent Konbcv elt h u n g n- pointrd him i St ttt Secret i v Coi- del! H u l l s c h i e f i^bist nt t the P n- Amci Ldn corfc'-entt n Lima he accepted w i l l ex icllv the ngl t 10- rrai .--to the cffctt th t politics end* a the w i c s edge I e ccuJd not have impi ov cd on that And b tu red out to be Srtiet ly Hul s aolcst hclpei it the conference Paicnthet cillv t i e Picbidenl aid one of the h nclsoriesL th nj,s m us c irccr in picking Laadon foi th it ib- signment A!! the s irrc it db i huge boost ior London It v; ib 2Q t mes anything, in (ne line of r a\oi able adve tisirg th t John D M Ha naton evei djd fo h m And Landon m t d e the rrost of i t ! ---by be ng bo d mi cl decent Coning back lie is in i posit on to bay ( h i ing done us best 01 Poo-c- \ e l l i m p o l i t e ^ ir L it n Arrei c_0 th l tl - p c^ent s 1 atc of wo Id L fair instead oC being a jus ti tion foi cent nue'i (Yankee) deficit ib t m 7 ida c foi a balanced Ludgc He '·v. s i coa leouslv hov evei--not in a cjaarrelsome tone is do m iv Republic n c oi ever Al Si nth Moi^ovei c i sm H L e Ie he ib an in ho it He pi tticcd etonoinv as toOvcino ot K iis b--and it voi td s it facton] Kooscvclt Pro Landon 0 I v ould b» i quntr tnmg if Prebi- deni, Roo c f U si ould t u m out to h i t pjoiry*(a \) r Lai don th nte af o nt, c r o m n i e d Kcpubhtanlj t o U c V/hi c Ho 1 ! \ u u M h fit i hi t v o : ) i c icuonn alec ^ the c i men v^no spe i en h m ' n i ne Jf °n a - U h n - badh F U E ^U^UTE bPEECHES Alont, with ' near beer and with pain- VMth ic schoolbo s despair (to b« br pf) mplc frac lorib With the pei lanent v\ave and that si im eas payment Wi !i all noi=eles devices and never- !ip raiment Numetous Connellsville a id Fayette cou ity pcop e who lia\e neai relati\ es li\ mg in Pittsbai fib rmv hive noled the tont-ovcis n the Smoky Citv betucen Health DiicciOi I H Alexander and ihe cj j council and chamber of conn eice D A e\- andei aroused the ire of trt^e bodies with tne statement whereas fhc overage li'e ^pan in the Natior at large is mo-e than 60 tnat of Pittsnu'-gh-'i-, is less Mian 50 In \s Otheib Think tms p^r'e todav the Pitt^burgl Post Gazette picscrts an - gum en against the health ci recto Di Alexander is quite \\ell Know.n heie arrong spo tsmen He is a gieat lover of trx out of door^--much "no e the orjen spaces oC the Far "No h thun Pittsburgh s smog xvhich ht thinks could ana =hov Id be eliminated in the jnterobt of Jongci life there T Kui4f about elimination nf i smoke nu ince n a gie«t mdustrnl center meets with about the c ame objec -ms as effoits to o\^icone st cam pollu ion Manv of the jndus- tnai ente prices do not take kmdjx to it because of the expense n- valver \ou my count D 1 * A e A - andei on the side of the advocate^ of s ieam punfieation as \\ell as oil Spo tsm^j re especially puie ^^icam eonbcious One \:sy of lining uo m- dUbtrnhsts foi lemoval of irrpu i ics vould be to enroll L hem as membeis o f ;poitsrrens oifiani^Tiion 1 - J r t' ( f s ie bad bring he n iu rcxnci c s c r their cr.ct s ^d- v c t MI g But do i t sraear t ie ti \ or h If-oa^cd a'-sumptio is bei.ausc of budget argument D \le\ander ^ t n i e d counc 1 s ir- digr t on b\ alleging th it tic avei qe 1 fe '·pin m PitUbugh i«- si Rh K " = han 50 M i r s compaieci \\. it i no e ih i GO fo the National v c age r ?m m* fio-n tl e 1 ead of the h e i il drpa f r r ' n t t iai x\ as icpt niecl ^ »id hoy . . IN A WE OFTN PAV CASH of I rrorn v iti Confc esb aoou is Hi lor dne recorc iliution VM h be Ic\ I ere goes m ch 1 g u n -i Icl in I irncs Cagr j on tie P r - riouiit c i c n labt \\t_ok av\d encd ai okl u pic ion t! t 1 L looks a lot like one of our undcita cis ^Vo^c'fr vv!iv tl LV bother to i i v e s t g a * e tnc c isc J vv doU over thr count )f urpl u c ois ^-terb--foi ill tho good I x i'** in 1 ; u inre comp mes 1 u e he it dot l o n g l^erl to p u tic pate | most accunte tables ck iling v\ ith life "' c pe t m v In cc t ur set irns of. the e o u i l i s some ( o n\ imcb cb not ·-el! | I I L I bet u c t i e 1 fc « i in is =o much Lclo\ the N i t o n i l figure Other eomp mes ' lead tnen pie- mswenng i m uns f haigirg aig ici ales o compensate for this =hoi ter life ex- pec in P i t s j u g i is not o ie the e c 1 shict" it p n = tl e regu' u i tes and the best companies a i e mxious to i te all he babiress they can Ihe '-tills itnn of one o f ihe biggest National h f u in uiunco companies adubes tha^ Di Aje \anciot s cone usion vv is p i a i c n t l j based on a compnison o' t u c avenge ige U d e t l h m Pittsburgh on the one hand and the ne ige ength of life fo the L n i ed Stales on tho other He iddb -- The e t w o figuies arc not co 11- pai ible as 1= at OIIL.C seer fiom the f i t l that he avei tge age al Jeun in t i e Lnitcd St tes in 1931 (for e? amnle) was al 65 yea s v.3 eie s lie d\L age length ot Jife (01 : i l l ib of en c i l l c d the c %.pe tatior o f , ifu at bi till v\ is Gl 2G ve rt rb Ihis ct ifusioi c tl c U\o conceotb is com | mnn in sen i pap il i v i tme,s but i« of t o n ^o qu tc rnisl Unj, H i onlj n t sptcn t isc of al on n \ pr til t (. T [ OP fiori M im t,t it on and ontcji tun l i t l i e iveta = c gc it d( If ji rqu 1 Lo he a \ t a,.,c length c i fe li Lie ! s Leui plentv of heat u the i gurntnl o date VM b i ot too muc i i ght Ve believ e th it this statement b a ietugm?ed aathoutv. n the field JcncU some of tbe hgl t h a t h ib been so consp cuou 5 la"^- uig e s ills u h i c h tne maker of phrases Lil c the be\y of beautiful girls in the chorus These ph*·«;£; arc baits uhich 1 ey dangle before us T U R int le=t the maker of one ha o£ f ^ r d c 1 Soi ic ihno t come close *o the i n_an nc intended Cut n(,vei oh never the ruth this one eacnc I t s three to t c hour for those T v e minti e peechcb Hop\vood a-ks Button E Tair S^te ass ^tai LC of foi if enacted \ ould tl c a d the State r poakcrs \\i l promise o" put it in wriUng To keep o the limit o u set for reciting Thov n b\^eir upon hoi o to keep tc l ie r pit-decs And no let tel- chitltr run over he cd c s Bat thi-, ib tht, fac mv cxpei iencc t.Cll.1 L Tien. TS nothing -,o long as thobc hvc mn ute fcpccLh(.b schools in counties hard hit by mo\ al of mineral lesouiees in a bill he has p e^ci ted to tie Legislature The mea^uie, prart cal doubl no^v gnes I n c i t e courty schools 1 v mal if f; t ie 1 asi for Commonvvealt i u a^ce a compa r ison betueen the 1920 assessment values and the pies- en*- together \\ith the numbei of students enrolled Oflcrcd as amendmeit to the S at St tool Code ,t uou'd direct that \\heic true assessment \ a l u s aie u^cd and these ha\e beer lo\\? ed b denlelion o r mmei al i esourceb. n the uca additional State tid sm I be O ive!i 11 the amount of the di r e - enecs bet ecu picsent and 1920 c - sessr-cnt" tines, the u l l a g e pro/id- cd he btl ool pop il ition. lias not 0 1- so been dec-easea Sucn an act \\ould gieatlv benefit mining commun ties of the i.ount where the student population is snd o be ctmsidci bl 1 igl ci t lan tbnv ot 1920 \ hilt tl c a'-'-e'^co valuaaon of. piopeilj is ibout one-half SALLY'S SALLIES al Safrly Cv nr I bet kil j hcai *· bcs It would 3t poiiti\cl AJI vvc^e to be electee Yet note t us Scuatoi Robe t P ^\agrei of ISevv \ o i k e mnds us that e\ei Lime w e attempt budge balancing ue l a v e i receb on In ot ter v/o a c \Ve h a v e fo have a slinulun* If not v v. h 3 e com jlsjcn^ If \ c 1 ce 3 The lie on depend ng or stimulants tr'ej VM 1 pur tic i l l t n li 1 nc ~n p t t i l l c I ie i is! 1 1 0 i Die \\ j to nei I ic r-l if L H don 1 Dot con Kc IUD- otliti s l t e i n i t i v c j k i l i e i s hales vvorsfc enemies a r e the h Ie Sometimes oae v 11 i m e id rr i c it oeath ;i c ir of iiubil ty o got batk e to V, 1 1 re n to pit" il ck it i to ting butchered b Women excel at almost anything now, except listening to reason.

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