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February 1, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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TUESDAY','FEBRUARY' i; iszs. DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVIL.LE. PA- PAGE-THREE} Laws, Taxes, Licenses, Insurance, Charity Take Local Resident for Ride Connellsville has a man who is oble jto put into words all the ills that confront humanity in this age of laws and taxes. Ignacio Castiglin, of 608 Gibson avenue, in a letter that proves to be a masterpiece of something or other, ^f- explained to Commissioner John W. Rankin of Uniontown just why he found it difficult to forward a check to offset an obligation to the county. And there is a challenge to anyone to improve upon the writer's ability to so compactly encompass the trials nnd tribulations of the American citizenry. Here 'tis: "In reply to your request to\scnd n check, I wish to inform you that ·i the present condition of my bank account makes it almost impossible. My shattered financial condition is due to Federal laws, corporation laws, liquor laws, mother-In-laws, brother- in-laws, sister-In-laws and outlaws. "Through these laws I am compelled to pay a business tax, amusement tax, head tax, school tax, gas tax, light tax, water tax, sales tax, liquor tax, income tax, food tax, furniture tax and excise tax. I am required to get a business license, car license, operator's license, truck license--not to mention a marriage license and a dog license. "I am also required to contribute to every society and organization ·which the genius of man is capable of bringing into life; to women's relief, the unemployed relief and the golddigger's relief. Also to every charitable institution hi the city, including the Salvation Army, community chest. Red Cross, Purple Cross, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Y. M. C. A. "For my own safety, I am required to carry health insurance, life insurance, fire insurance, property insurance, liability insurance, burglar in, surance, accident Insurance, business ·~ Insurance, earthquake insurance, tornado Insurance, unemployment insurance and old age insurance. "My business is so governed that it is no easy matter to find out who owns it. I am inspected, expected, suspected, disrespected, rejected, dejected, examined, re-examined, informed, required, summoned, fined, commanded and compelled, until 3 . provide the Inexhaustible supply of money for every known need, desire or hope of the human race. "Simply because I refuse to donate to something or other I am boycotted, tallked nbout, lied about, held up, held down nnd robbed until I nm almost ruined. "I can tell you honesty that, except for a miracle that happened, ] could not enclose this check. The wolf that comes to many doors, nowadays, just had pups In my kitchen I sold them and here Is the money." 20 Per Cent Held Responsible For State Auto Wrecks Twenty per cent o£ the people ause all of the accidents in the State f Pennsylvania, Private W. J. Urich f the State Motor Police, stationed t Uniontown, told the Brownsville llromen at their annual turkey din- icr. Because that 20 per cent is neg* ;gent, careless and inattentive, the nicer told his listeners the Govcr- or's and Motor Police highway afety campaign must be aimed at 11 people in an effort to reduce the rightful toll of deaths on the roads. In Fayette county alone last year, lighway accidents caused $100,000 amage and SO deaths, not including hat within boroughs and cities, the jatrolman said. As another instance of the many atalities on the highways. Private Urich pointed out that American asualties during the 18 months the Jnited States took part in the World Var were 50,000--5,000 less than the number of lives claimed by automobiles last year.' The Governor nor the State Motor Police cannot reduce the toll of lives alone but "each individual has to become a participant in this war against highway deaths," Private Urich said, urging each of his listeners to carry that thought to his home, to his work and to his social life. Not the drunken driver, not the speeder nor do weather conditions cause the greatest number of accidents, the speaker asserted, claiming most of them occur on a dry day, on dry highway and on a straight stretch of road. Private Urich declared that sideswipe collisions between two automobiles traveling in opposite directions cause the most accidents. Second come drunken drivers and third excess speed under hazardous conditions, the officer said. Perryopolis PERRYOPOLIS, Feb. 1--The Good Will Bible Class of the Perry Methodist Episcopal Church met Thursday night at the home of Mrs Hermit Buttermore with the president, Mrs. Thomas Crawford, presiding. The following program, arranged by Mrs. B. H. Waugh, was given: Readings, Mrs. Lcla Hough and Mrs. Mabel Williams; voca' duet, Mrs. Hough and Mrs. Alva Blair; poetry, Mrs. Fred Grimm, and story. Miss Mary Duff. Mrs. George Duff has been confined to her home through illness. Mrs. James Haut, Mrs. John Haut Mrs. J. Rlst Stlmmel and Mrs. Earl E. Curtis were dinner guests of Miss Mary Wolfe nnd Mrs. Joseph Wolfi Wednesday evening. The Epworth League of the Star Junction Methodist Episcopal Church ' had a very successful variety show In the Community Hall Thursday night. Mrs. R. W. Echard, Miss Mary Wolfe, Miss Vanelia, Mrs. E. H Evcy, Mrs. J. B. Knox, Mrs. Frank Elwell, Miss Ruth Elwell and Miss Agnes Pollack met Friday night a the home of Mrs. W. P. Lint tor contract bridge. Pcrryopolis held the flrst of series of activities for the benefit of the infantile paralysis fund on Thursday night in Karolcik Hall This was a five hundred party anc about fifty people attended. The prizes were awarded Miss Ruth Elwell and Oscar Hcrwig. Monday night there was a bingo party in Karolcik Hall; tonight there will be n skating party at Coopers skating rink and Thursday night will close the campaign with a variety show a' the school auditorium under the chairmanship of Principal Earle E Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smith, Mr. anc Mrs. Ray Lear, Miss Dorothy Sona- fclt and Robert Eiscnberg and William Hellsaucr, all of Monessen were guests of Miss Agnes Pollack on Wednesday. Mrs. Ernest Barnes was calling in Donora Friday. s · Rev. Fred Fink returned home Thursday after a few days hi Pittsburgh. Mrs. L. V. Lcplcy, Mrs. Howard Adams, Mrs. Albert' Reynolds, Mrs Ernest Barnes, Mrs. Ira Blair nnd Mrs. Harriet Currin were guests o Mrs. O. A. Luce on Wednesday at al day meeting of the Perry Grange. Georce F. Welter Dead. SOMERSET, Feb. 1.--George F Wcllcr, 82, last of the pioneers o that name in Somerset township died Thursday night at the home o John Howard in Somerset town ship. MODERN WOMEN Nt*d Not S*ff«riaaaUily pain nod delay due to colds, oerrou5itnun.eipoaureor«linUar muse*. - ' ·TM« Killen at Play in Dainty Crocliel lloiischohl An« by Alice ' Brook*. Ohiopyle OHIOPYLE, Feb. I.--Mr. and Mrs. William B. Jackson and son, Frank, visited ' Uniontown friends on Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Funk of Washington, 0. C., who was called here by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Frank Bailey, several weeks ago, returned Thursday to her home at Washington. Her mother is reported to be doing nicely. Mrs. Horace Potter of Seattle, is visiting old acquaintances at and near Ohiopyle. Mrs. Carl Lewis, Is recuperating ripidly from an operation of several weeks ago. Rev. F. S. Wortmon officiated at the funeral of Mrs. Mary Williams, who was laid to rest in the Roebuck Cemetery on Thursday afternoon. NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD PATTEIIN 6036 Hun to crochet--fun to owi\--this Uittcn ch;\ir set lonc in inexpensive itring. It's an easy design to follow with the lace stitch setting it off ho effectively. It certainly will give your chair "a lift" that makes it look like new. In pattern 8036 you will find charts nnd directions for making n chair back 13x16 inches and arm rests 6x12'!: inches; illustrations of them and of all stitches used; material requirements. To obtain this pattern send 10 cents in stamps or coin (coin preferred) to The Courier Household Arts Dcpt., 1!59 W. 14th Street. New York, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Everson EVERSON, Feb. 1.--Harry Ansell of Continental 1, Mrs. Anna Bair and Mrs. Ethel Parfitt of Mount Pleasant and Mrs. Mollie Shivcs of Pittsburgh, Mrs. Anna Springer of Connellsville, Mrs. Lydia Martin of New Alexandria, James Ramage of Pittsburgh and Washington Ramuge of Connellsville were here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Bruce Ansell who was buried Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Byrne and children of Connellsville were recent visitors among relatives here and Scottdalc. Among those who were business visitors to Connellsville last week were William and Andrew Glevicki, William Guptill, Benjamin Ostroski, Arthur Connors, James Koines, Thomas Byrne and Oliver Shannon. A very successful bingo party was held at the Polish American Hall on Thursday evening for the benefit of the President's birthday. Revival services began at the United Brethren Church Stmdny evening. Rev. Paul Morris is in charge. Don't Cough Tonight If you have a cough caused by an Irritated thront or cold that keeps ou awake nights nnd makes you feel mlier- Ablc next day, don't take chances with old-fashioned or surface remedies. Take Thoxlne. the rcnl cough and throat medicine; the very first swallow startt soothinR Irritation all the way down and often the cough Mops In a few minutes, like magic. Amazingly effective because It also acts Internally to help stimulate throat secretions and loosen phlegm. Your doctor will approve the tnRrcdlcnts. all am listed on the carton. Wonderful for children, too. Buy Thoxinc. 35c. GOc. $1.00. Union Drun Co. nnd all other good drug stores.--Advertisement. Helen Shalala Appears On Dramatic Program Among the students of Byron W. King's- School of Oratory appearing in a dramatic recital at the school in Pittsburgh last Thursday was Miss Helen Shalala of Connellsville. Miss Shalala is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shalala of North Pittsburg street. Her part on the program was "The Duchess Says Her Prayers." She has appeared on other programs of the oratory school. Meyersdale MEYERSDALE, Feb. 1.--Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wctmillcr and sons, Junior and James, of Pittsburgh arc spending a few days with Mrs. Wet- miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dorry and Mrs, Leo Dcrry and her daughters Mrs. Roger Boldon, spent Saturday visiting and shopping in Cumberland. Miss Sara Stewart and Miss Jessie Donaldson of Lanaconing, Md., are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Hnriy Bittner. Frank Lucente, a law student in the University of Pittsburgh, and Miss Palma Luccntc, a teacher in the KUzmillcr, Md., High School, spent tile week-end hero with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Santo Lucente. James Brown, employed in Barns- borro. Pa., visited at the home of his- mother, Mrs. alary Brown, over the wuek-cnd. SCOTTDALE, Feb. 1.--Troop No. , Boy Scouts ot America, sponsored ·y St. Paul's Lutheran Church, held Is regular meeting at the Y. M. C. A, Monday evening. Howard Beeglc, hicf of the fire department, ad- irossed the boys on "Scottdalc's Fire Alarm System and How It Should Be Used." John Zimmerman is scoutmaster. Guard Inspection. According to general orders from he headquarters of the 110th Regiment the annual Federal and State nspection will be held in Scottdalc armory on March 11. The inspection Iocs not include the band and staff cction of the Service Company. To 'Attend Officers' Meeting. Captain Edgar C. Kellcy and First .ieutcnatit James Murphy will at- cnd the annual officers', meeting of he 110th Regiment al George Wash- ngton Hotel, Washington, Pa., on Sturdily. Koad Ashed. The State is now taking c.irc al the Mount Pleasant-Scottdale road with he road crew working out ot Scatt- dalc in charge. First evidence of value of this work was shown on Monday, when the road was made nssablc by being ashed its en- .ire length between vhe two towns. .cc and snow covered the surface. Guild to Meet. The Otterbcin Guild of the United Brethren Church will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Entertains Club. Mrs. H. G. Martz of Broadway en- iertained the Silver Thimble Club at icr home Friday evening. Assisting Mrs. Martz was Mrs. Roy Sturtz. New Industry In Operation. The flrst two machines of the newest industry in Scottdale--the Transparent Distributor Cap and Auto Parts Company--were put in operation Monday. Work is going on steadily on assembling of other machines, which It was stated, would put in operation as soon as completed. This works will be located in the old cutlery plant in Swcdctown. Klnc Sillier Sluns. DETROIT, Feb. 1--Edmond (Bing) Miller, former Boston Red Sox coach and once member of the world champion Philadelphia Athletics, has been signed as coach of the Detroit Tigers, it was announced today. But Branch Babbitt, like so many other independent experts, prefers luckies... "AT AUCTIONS in my warehouse JL\ in Farmvillc, North Carolina," says Mr. Branch Bobbitt, "Lucky Strike buyers know what tobacco they want and they'll keep bidding right up until they get it. "Well--in a cigarette--ic's the tobacco that counts. I know tobacco and I know what tobacco is in what cigarettes. So that's one reason I've smoked Luckies for over five years now." Many other experts agree with Mr. Bobbitt. Sworn records show that, among independent tobacco experts, Luckies have twice as many exclusive smokers as have all the other cigarettes combined. HAVE YOU HEARD "THE CHANT OF THE TOBACCO AUCTIONEER" ON THE RADIO? When you do, r«mtmb«r thai lucitlts uit th« flnvit tobacco. And olio that the "loaning" Prctaii r«mov* certain horih Irritants found In qU tobacco. So Luckl«» or* kind to your throat. WITH MEN WHO KNOW TOBACCO BEST-IT'S LUCKIES 2 T01 Snake, Ant Eating So Bad; Iguana Steak, Educat ays A diet consisting of monkeys,; baboons, fried ants, ^snakes and lizards would /hardly appeal to the average white'person but it is exactly what Dr. i Samuel H. Williams, University of I Pittsburgh biologist, and his companions ate when on expeditions to ihc South American jungles' where 'they lived practically like natives. Dr. Williams, a former Connellsville boy, declares the flesh of the guana, a lizard of tropical America, s the most delectable morsel lie has ever tasted even though he has eaten n many of the best restaurants in :his country. 'Steaks are not even a good comparison," he declared. The iguana, which attains a length of five or six feet, is the best known member of the family Iguunidac. It is greenish and black in color, more or less speckled and barred. In its habits it is inoffensive and entirely herbivorous and not only its flesh but its eggs as well are esteemed as food. Describing weather conditions in the jungle during his lectures at teacher conferences last week, he snid there are only two--the rainy season and the dry season. However, he said, it is hard to differentiate between them unless it is because that during the rainy season rain Wlndbcr Woman Succumbs. SOMERSET, Feb. 1.--Mrs. Anna Miller Strapple, 48, wife of Anthony Strapple of Wmdber, died Thursday in Somerset County Hospital. She leaves her husband, seven children and four sisters. falls steadily' for eight or nine days and during the dry season it only rains seven or eight days. Though the temierature is always high, the constant wetness causes terrible chills which wrack the body, eventually leading to malaria, he said. Bedtime in the jungle means sleeping in hammocks that swing high above the ground, Dr. Williams told the teachers. Netting covers the , sleeper but it doesn't always serve to keep out the various night prowlers. Once, Dr. Williams said, he was awakened from a sound sleep by a giant centepede which had wrapped itself around his neck, apparently seeking warmth. Snakes, too, like to curl atop sleeping forms and dozens . ot smaller insects combine to make sleeping anything but a pleasant pastime until one becomes accustomed to..it. The netting serves its real purpose however--that of keep-. ..' ing vampire bats awiiy. All in all, the biologist enjoyed his trips to the jungle and declared he would rather be.there now than to endure the cold weather of the North. Then too,' he declared: "I can truthfully say that I have never felt as unsafe in the jungle as I do when I attempt to cross Smith- neld street at Fifth avenue in Pittsburgh." Michael C. While Burled. The funeral service for Michael C. White, who died Friday, was held Monday morning. After a prayer at the home of a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rottler, requiem high mass was celebrated at Immaculate Conception Church with Rev. Henry Geibcl, pastor, official- ing. Pallbearers were William Niland, William Cunningham, James Council, John McGarrity, Michael Fitzgerald and John Murphy. Interment was in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Aid For Those Who Need It. HARRISBURG, Feb. 1. -- Dr. James A. Reeves, president of Scton Hill College, addressing the Association of College Presidents of Pennsylvania, suggested State aid shortly to pie people who need it rather than to institutions as a solution of the scholarship problem. When head throbs and aches and nerves shake, Cnpudina brings comfort In just a few minutes. Being a liquid its ingredients are already dissolved, ready to act. Capudine quickly clears the head and cootbcs shaky nerves. No narcotics. By the dose at drug store fountains or in 30c and 60c bottles. Pi« the liquid Remedy CAPUDINE TAKE A "TIP" FROM THE Mrs. Housewife Who Shops The ASCO Way and Saves! SPECIALS IN OUR MEAT DEPARTMENTS Fresh Ground Beef. . Ib. 15c Pork Sausage, home made, 2 IBs 35c Round Steak Ib. 25c Hams, Swift's Sugar Cured, pound . .. 25c Fresh Stewing Oysters pt. 19c Skinless Wieners Ib, 25c Boiling Beef, Lean 2 Ibs. 25c Chuck Roast Ib. 25c Smoked Picnic Shoulders Ib. 15c Fish Fillets Ib.lOc Pork Shoulder Steak . .. Ib. 20c Veal Chops 2 Ibs. 35c SPECIALS IN OUR PRODUCE DEPARTMENTS Sweet Juicy Oranges, Florida, 8 Ib. bag 29c Potatoes., large, mealy white, peck 23c Crisp Iceberg Lettuce 2 hds 15c New Cabbage Ib. 5c Sweet Potatoes, fancy Jersey, 4 Ibs 15c Bleached Endive . 2 heads 15c Spinach 2 Ibs. 15c Bananas 5 Ibs. 25c APPLES Roman Beauty, Sutton or Stayman GROCERY SPECIALS QUALITY MACARONI or SPAGHETTI 2 Ibs. 15c BREAD SUPREME 3 Jumbo Loaves 25c The finest loaf on the market for the big bread enters. CALIFORNIA BARTLETT PEARS 2 ige. cans 29c Choice Delicious Sweet Fruit. Jonn of Arc K I D N E Y BEANS For a tasty vegetable dish with Bacon or for Salads, 3 No. 2 Cans 25c ASCO TEA Orange Pekoe *2 Ib. Pkjr 27c % Ib. 1'kir He TURN TO TEA! ASCO Knucv TOMATO CATSUP Made of Fancy Selected, lied Ripe Tomatoes. 1 0 Oz. Bottle, 1 Oc ASCO Slowly Cooked PORK and BEANS, 2 Ige. 28-oz. cans 19c Convenient for Quick Meals. Hnve a supply on hand. GLENWOOD APPLE BUTTER 2 ige. 32-oz. jars 29c A most Delicious Spread lor your Ijrciul. i IZiJKZKKyaKJvnttXtt^^ PATRONIZE THOSE WHO ADVERTISE

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