The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 10, 1939 · Page 15
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 15

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 10, 1939
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RIDAY, FEBRUARY 10,1939 1'HE DAILiY L-UINNliljljbViJuL,^ PA. PAGE FIFTEEN. Mass Prayer For Peace, Tolerance In World Sunday By Unltrd Press NKW YOBK, Feb. 10--A mass prayer for peace «md tolerance throughout the world, with approximately 10,000,000 Catholics and non- Catholica participating will be held Sunday celebrating the 17tb anni- veisary of the coronation of Pope Pius XI and the 10th anmveisary of the signing or the lateran treaty between the Vatican and the Italian government, it was announced today. The service was promoted by Rev Dominic Dolan, national director of the Rosary Confederation, composed o£ Catholic women He said the national conference of Christians ana Jews had volunteered to participate Father Dolan said the idea oc- cuircd to him while Prime Minister Neville Chambeilam of Great Britain was enroute to Italy to see Premier Benito Mussolini and the Pope, and while it was apparent to him that "this Munich thing was such a f asco that everybody believes only a miracle can save the world from destructive waifare " The prayer will be a "crusade lor peace " and will not be for the Pope himself, but for,the Pope's intentions --"for wisdom and guidance in matters of peace," Fathei Dolan said income Tax Deputy Collectors Prepare Schedule of Visits SCOTTDALE, Feb 10 --Deputy tax collectors of the Federal Internal Revenue Department will appear in V/estmoreland county to assist in filing income tax returns Appearances of the collectors include Mount Pleasant, borough building, February 16, 17 and 18 Scottdale, borough building, March 1 2 and 3. West Newton, Fust National Bank, February 27 and 28 Ligomer, First National Bank ; February 24 and 25. SOMERSET, Feb. 10 --Deputy revenue collectors will sit at the following places in Somerset county on the dates specified to assist residents in. the preparabon of their tax returns: Wmdber, borough building, February 17, 18, 20. Berlin, postoCBce, February 81. Jerome, postofflce, February 23. Hooversville, postofflce, February 24. Boswell, postoffice, February 25. Meyersdale, Second National Bank February 27, 28. Eockwood, postorSce, March 1. Somerset, Ferner Hotel, March^ a, 8, 4 Windber, borough building, March 6 to 11, Inclusive. Fly Not Found On Luxury Liner LONDON, Feb. 10--The almost unlimited resources of the Queen Mary Britain's luxury liner, failed when a passenger asked for a fly. The insect was wanted by Mrs. Grey Wor num of London as part of the diet fo' a frame of ants which «he had purchased in New York. Given life Term. FREMONT, Ohio, Feb. 10--Rex Bush, 20, of Mentone, Ind, was quietly sentenced to a life term in Ota penitentiary He had been convicted of slaying Marshal Neal D Fowler o£ Clyde, Ohio, last December 6 after a 73-cent filling station holdup At the request of defense counsel there were no spectators present a: Bush smilingly heard sentence pro notraced. Had Date on Honeymoon PITTSBURGH, Feb. 10--A wife Ctin't get a divorce just because he husband got drunk on their weddinf day but it's different if he dates an old girl friend during the honeymoon, Judge John P Egan lul^d granting a decree to Mrs Pauline Higgins from John A Higgins. GIFT . . . JTROM IOJKJM! You 31 win your Val- erumo for now rnd always with a jewelry gift fiom J M Kjilz. Jc\velry is close to every woman's heart t something to be remembered fore\ er' It is a constant reminder of your affection Make it JEWELRY' We Jiatc "%To«elry Talen- tJnc'" ]iriced from as Ion us $2.50 Engagement Rings $10 7 j Wrist Watch ?9 95 Birtrstone Rmt;s ?G 00 J. M. KURTZ DIAMONDS AND FINE JEWELRY 131 "H. Crnnforrt Men UP You and Your Never Too Many Producers By WALTER E. SPAHR Professor of Economics^ /Vcio lorA. Lnivcrsity All people are consumers but not all aic producers Of our 13D million consumers perhaps 50 million are producers -- the e\ict figure Is not known. But tf w e may a a - sume as a basis for ou- argument, that this crude estimate of the number or producers IB reasonably accurate, t h e n certain important facts and p r i n c i p 1 e s s h o u l d stand out clearly The welfare of all people de- pcnds u p o n what these producers accomplish. The more the producers produce, the more there is to consume, and the higher the plane of living That ought to be clear but too many people still dcjbt the accuracy of that statement The doubters have developed a peculiar state of mind about this matter, and have as a consequence, advocated or supported social programs that fly in tfao face c! this simple pnn "iple as to how the plane of living for the great mass of people is raised For example there arc all those p~o- g"ams, which involve a restriction of supply. There are programs to increase the costs of produc Ion, which means that less will be produced There are programs to take people out of production so that there will be more consumers and fewer producers -- for nstance the Townsend plan, to remove older people from production so that there will be a place for more young people or those programs *o remove -named women from productive activity to make room fo" others There are still other programs, such as the various spending currency inflation and "increased consumer pu-chismg power' programs which rest upon the assumption that relatively more consumption and relatively less production provide the due to business recovery and prospcii y There are tome simple aspects of these questions that \ve sho.ild ot overlook. Hav ing ntore consumers and fewer prodacc-s docs not raibe the plane of living Just the reverse is true, the more producers there are the greater the possibilities oC a higher level of living Then we should not forget the fact *hat it is not a question of one producer keeping another produce- out of a job instead, we should realize that producers create a demand for the services of others Many a man by working overtime has created a demand for the services of hundreds or thousands of his fcllcwmen If every human being could produce enough for himself and a sjrplas besides we would all be cared for Every pc'-soi who can meet his needs and create a demand for *he services of other people is working in this direction Every person taken ou 4 " of production eats into the wealth of society wh:Je reducing the amount produced Therefore c\ cry married u oman who wishes to tyc-k and can find a job should oe permitted and encouraged to woi k Every pc**son who will work overtime should be pcrmitt"d to do so--assuming t iat ms health Is not impaired Every increase in productive activity is goffd provided it is profitable--nnri the buying ind selling by people in a f*ee imrkct will deterrrme whether 3; is profitable Finally, let it not bo forgotten that all consumer purchasing power is dependent in the long run upon the amount ^e produce This fact is as certain as the force of gravity The machinery of production and consumption may Oecome stalled or get out of adjustment for many reasons, but these reasons should be jucsti- gatcd and separated Irom the many current notion* now sweeping this country, to the effect that we nefed more consumers ind that there are too many producers There cannot be too many producers' When anyone finds himself making anv such assumptions he should stop, and sec just where he got oU the track. First Woman Flier Dies. LONDON, Feb 10 --Mrs Leila Mane Cody, 87, who claimed to bo the first woman in the world to fly an airplane, died at her home in Ash Vale, Surrey. She was a widow of the pioneer avjato**, Colonel S. Cody, a native of Texas v.ho toured England m the 1900's under the billing o£ King of the Cowbovs " He was killed in an airplane accident in 1913 JUST 22 50 24 50 26 50 28 50 The new season brings new styles to yon' And predominant in the fine new suits are the smarter striped models. Yon will have to see the wide selection of stripes, m all colors, we are just now getting in our store. You will then appreciate why we urge you to be the fest to buy your spring suit now MEN'S DEPARTMENT '.«£8s«re^^»3K45£!j STOTtE Open Late fcTnd ly Fi.bruir\ 10 'MODERN' SELF- SERVICE SUPER MPRKET5 SAVE THE MOST ON THE BEST Corner North Pittsnurg and Peach Streets, and 117 West Crawford Avenue I .are in Tnese savings Quality Foods -- Low Prices Every Day-RESH dcz. 10 Grapefruit Tangerines App · H Heavy With Sparkling Juice Jujc and Easy to Peel Large Stavman Hincsap-- S*V Tine Color, Delicious Flavor ^**J For Baking or Eating 6for19c dozen 5c gib: large ^y, bunches § \. 9. ;.iOc Fancy Red Yams 6»*-25 Carrots TOMATOES Fancy Solid Hi PC Sheers MEALY white POTATOES Medium Size, Quick CooKers 1 *1 7 DERRY DALE FARM STYLE ROLL BUTTER 2ibs.53c Campbell's Tomato Soup 3 - 20c Banner Day Blend Coffee 3 £ e 35c Woodbine Toilet Tissue 3 X 1Oc Free Running Salt T^^C"^ 2 *, 15c Strike Anywhere Matches 3 ST* 10c Choice California Apricots SI 10c Fine Qualify OLEO 3 25 CHOICE California PEACHES 2 21 Golden Krust Bread 2 « « 9 c : Supreme 2-s15c Quality Macaroni or Spaghetti 2 ibs. 15c Acme Vacuum Tacked COFFEE 23c lb tin SALAD DRESSING Betty Jane Apple Butter 2 QUALITY CHILI SAUCE FRESH PEANUT BUTTER £±, d D 23c 25c 10c 13c Granulated SUGAR 25 lb paper baff 1.15 ALASKA Best Quality PINK SALMON - 9c GOLDEN Butter Kernel CORN Whole Kernels vnth Delicious Frcsh-Iiom- field Flavor PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR 79 Best Pure King Midas Egg Noodles Jsg 10c Apple-Orange Marmalade £ M 10c WEBSTER'S Assorted Soups 3 ;·;! 1Oc Cflt^tr'c Cf I!**/"'!* 01 Cream Corn *") pkss f *7/» jidieys jUrcii »*·*»· L** i/c Prim Pastry FLOUR 24 lb rock 45 Octagon Soap 10- 36c Rsnso or Oxydol sr 18c P. and G. Soap 10- 34c BLUETEX BLUING s*15c Lifebuoy Soap 3 - 17c FANCY QUALITY FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS CKDCEN'JL' SUGAE. CUBED S Large-VI hole or IL Shank Half 111 S Small-Whole or II. liank TIM «U LEGS OF LAMB to Roast ss » Freshly Groond Lean Beef P oun^17c LAKEVIEW SLICED BACON FAHCY Quality FISH FILLETS Sugar Cured fo Bones No Waste 2 half lb pkgs 2 Ibs. 15c Beef End Cuts !b. Freshly Made Wieners, Ring or Jumbo Bologna u». 15o

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