The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 3, 1939 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 3, 1939
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KRJjDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1939. ri-IB DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PAGE FIVE. International News Service. PITTSBURGH, Feb. 3.--Dr. U. L. Lewin, chairman oX th_u Better Traffic Committee of Pittsburgh, has compiled a list of 10 traffic commandments which he hopes drivers win observe. Hoping to make winter duving as safe as summer motoring, Dr. Lewin handed down the following list of cautions and precautions: 1-r-Drive slowly on slippery roads; make all slops, turns with extra caution. Allow for increased stopping distance. 2--Watch out for children on streets. 3--Keep driving window open for fresh air; use hand signals. 4--Carry and use chains. In case o£ skid, keep your clutch engaged and turn your wheels in the direction of the skid. 5--Anti-freeze compounds belong in the radiator--not in the human body. 6--In heavy mist or fog use the headlights with depressed beams; the upper beam or a spotlight will glare back at you. 7--Shift into second gear before descending steep or slippery grades. 8--Value your life and the lives of others. 9--Drive as you would have others drive. 10--Drive courteously. It's safer. Dr. Lewin said Pittsburgh is heading toward the best traffic record in 36 years. Star Very 111 Laundry Parley Feb. 14. HARFUS3URG, Feb. 3.--Lewis G. Hines, secretary o£ the Department of Labor Industry, announced that a public hearing will be held for the laundry industry in the hearing room of the Public Utility Commission in the North Office Building at 10 A. M. on February 14. Best U. S. Customer. Warring Japan was the United States best steel and iron customer in 1D3S, the Commerce Department announced in Washington. Japan bought 484,879 tons. Luise Raincr Luise Rainer, exotic actress, was taken to Park East Hospital, in New York, with a temperature of 104, suffering from a deep cold. .Doctors at the hospital said she was "doing well." To Occupy New School. TJNIONTOWN, Feb. 3.--Prepara- tiuns are being made to occupy the new St. John's School in Pennsylvania avenue about February 20. "Work is moving along on the $120,000 structure. Dent's Report On Tax Study Nearly Ready Clerk Loses Position. HARHISBURG, Feb. 3.--Secretary of Health John J. Shaw announced the dismissal, among others, of Clara M. Kane, a clerk, of Scottdate. S A L V E RelJcvcs COLDS Price lOo 25c By JAMES United Press Staff Correspondent. HARRISBURG, Fob. 3.--Senator John H. Dent. D , Westmoreland, said today the repot t o£ his tax study commission will be submitted to the Legislature within two weeks with recommendations for reduction of some Inxes nJong with blanket findings that taxes on business, while objnc-Uonable, cannot be eliminated without cqtinlly objectionable substitutes. "The final draft of the report has been completed," Pent told the United Pre^s, ' and u i H be handed to members oC (he committee for final study. I hope to piescnt it Vo Uie Legislature Monday night or the followmg Monei.iy at the latest." The Wcslmoreland senator uhoi-c corrmission conducted puolic hearings in the latter ironths of the IP37 Legislature and for nearly a year thereafter re\ calcci the commission will recommend reduction of these two levies on business and business capi Uil: 1. The five-mill capital stock lax, suggested reduction to three mills. 2. The personal property tax, suggested reduction to four mills with certain exemption?. (The Sfotc now collects four mills and the counties four mils) Other lev ics on mdiiitiy iiiich as ! the coipontte net income tax, Dent said, were not found unduly oppressive and will not be lifted specifically for reduction. ".Everybody \\ho testified before the commission, ho\vevei - , com- plrdned that taxes were loo hiph and we agree v.ith them." he asserted. "Tf the James Administration can find some way to reduce taxes w« certainly will vote for the measures, "The point is thai all tnxes arc* oppi es^vo and und^r our present financing situation some source of revenue must be found to replace any reduced tax. scoured the market to keep you folks from clamoring: for the most popular ir»me, nationally. "Have them for your Valentine parly. MASON ITE BOARD Wood frame--Regular Checker Game on reverse side. - 10c Checkers -- lOc PLY WOOD With Marbles Complete Counter 11--Slain Floor. Let's Have a P A R T Y Plan for a merry Valentine Day party, with gay decorations and favors. 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