The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 23, 1939 · Page 5
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February 23, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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rllURSDAY, fc'KBKUAKY 25, 193S. Till*. DAILY COURIER. C . PA. WPA, NYA TO DROP ALIENS FROM ROSTER Employes Must File Citizenship Affidavits to Hold Their Jobs. MARCH 6 FIXED AS DEADLINE Diet for Myopia? PAGE PIVli. A di.ve will get under way soon to eliminate all non-citizens fiom di awing funds appropriated to the Works Frogiess Administration and the National Youth Adm nisliation Eveiy person employed by the WPA and NYA, whether employed in a project, supervisory or administrative ajjauty, will be required to execute a citizenship affidavit testifying to his or her exact citizenship status Employes unable to comply with the requirements for making the citizenship affidavit will be dismissed on or before March G. It Wtis stressed that under the re- quiiements, every WPA or NYA em- ploye must be a "full, complete citizen" and that the taking out of "first papois" is not sufficient Federal WPA offices aie for\ ardmg heie a supply ot the "citizenship affidavit" forms to be used in the alien-elirmna- tion campaign The drive is in accordance with General Letter 231, issued last Tues- j day by Federal WPA Administrator m i ms tration F C. Harrington. The letter is based, Local wpA omc ,.,i s ted out on action of Congress which group that m a]]ens weic removed nom amended a poit'on o£ the Emergency WPA ro!!s some months ogo when Dr. Emanucl M. Josephson Nearsightedness is preventable by minor changes in diet--m some instances with only greater use of table salt, according to Dr Emannel M Josephson, of New York He tays glandular disturbances are the prime cause of the affliction. Grcensburg Woman Dies. Miss Martha. T. Theurcr died Sunday morning at her home at Greens- buig where she had resided for the past 72 ycais She leaves three brothers. Relief Appropuation Act o£ 1938 the first large cuitailments were made Under p-ovis'ons of the amendment undcr leduccd quotns They could "V ?? 'TM£1 S employment not est , mate how many persons would under the WPA program even though I be dfrectcd by the latest older he ma have declared his intentions | officials of the Department o£ Pub- i lie Assistance said that aliens arc eligible foi DPA assistance, provided they moot all other requirements to become a citizen of the United States prior to June 21, 1938. Section 11 of the ERA Act, amended, reads as follows. They declared that citizers'iip or non"No alien shall be given emploj- ci izenship was not a factor in determent or continued in employment on any project prosecuted under the appropriations contained in the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of ID'S or this joint resolution "Piovided, that no part of the money herein appropnated shall be available to pay any person 30 days after the approval of this joint resolution who does not make affidavit as to United States citizenship, such affidavit to be cons dered prime facie evidence of such citizenship"Provided further, that preference in employment on such projects shall be given in the following order. (1) Veterans of the World War and the Spanish-Arrerican War and veterans of any campaign or expedition in which the United States has engaged' (as determined on the basis of the laws administered by the Veterans' Administration) who are in need and are American citizens, (2) other American citizens, Indians and other persons owing allegiance to the United States who are m need." The foregoing was approved by President Roosevelt on February 4, and according to the 30-day clause, dismissals of non-citizens must be effected on or before March 6. After that date, no person may be employed until a citizenship affidavit is executed The requirements apply to all WPA project employes, NYA work projdect and student-aid em- ployes, owner-operators of equipment paid on WPA payrolls, WPA and NYA administrative and general project and student-aid employes, owner- cperators of equipment paid on WPA payrolls, WPA and NYA administrative and general project supervisory employes and persons employed on projects of other Federal agencies which are financed by transfer of funds from the Works Progress Ad- til ·very Winter had ie Nurse's Grateful Letter "1 want to (liank jou for the nonder- ful couch and cold medicine. BUCKLEY S MIXTURE I bought the Hist bottle last winter, for the old gentleman ·whom I am taking care of, for he had had terrible colds every winter The first dose helped, nnd after the third dose cold was gone--It does such qulcK work " Mrs C Davis Don't take chances, for even the most stubborn, racking couph swiftly y.elds to the powerful influence oE BUCKLEYS MIXTURE (triple acting), the largest selling medicine (or coughs colds and Bronchitis in all of cold Canada Get a small botUe at any druggist anywhere Safe and sitisfactlon Guaranteed always Burn's Drug Store. N E REASON usually be Cound in the ^a they look and feet, A clear skin ... that is, a not only dear, but beaming v uh. hcallh and vitaiily . . . actually excite* one to admiration. Men arc smart enough to alwa» want to look their best, too. rich, red. blood necessar?" And all th.s is quite simple, because ·uhcn )ou hate rich, red blood cours* ing through \our body, you nowcis genuine vitality . . . the kind that makes for strength, energy... a wholesome complexion . . . and that assurance of Tsell being ]£ worrj, o\cruork, undue strain, colds, op some sickness has reduced your blood strength, SSS Tonic, the abserce of an organic trouble, i help ou build the mood back up to normal again an aid to digestion Further, SSS. Tonic will help to enjoy and get more ^alue out oE the food jou cat ... it whets the npjx:Ute . . . and stimulates natural digcst-HC juices . . a very important step bach to health. Buy and use \vith complete confidence, and we behevc you. like thousands of others, uill be enthusiastic n your praise ot SSS Tonic for its part in makmg")oufcclhkeyoursclf again " Atall drugstoresm two sizes. You will find the larger size more economical SPECIAL VALUES RAINCOATS Regular $o 00 raincoats reduced to MEN'S HATS New wool and felt hats §195 ·\ ahies ~ Men's Regular $19 95 grades. All wanted styles and patterns 79c values SWEAT SHSRTS Foi men Gray onl Sheepskin Lined COATS $6 00 \al_nes [.95 $3.ro MELTON JACKETS For men and All \\ool R S H A L rmKK KOR MEN AM) BOYS II!i North Pltt«ihnrcli Street UNDERSOLD Stic GJant Tube Slmvi Cream 60c Blue Bonnet Crystals TOcDishCioths or Wash CSoths lOc Powder Puffs 50c PHiLLIPPS MtLKOF Ita Poriw 7 E»esbs to Pi - ~ BABY FOOBS AMS BABT HEEDS PATKWK MEDiCMES TONIC BUEUM3B8 HARD LOTIONS feWKSJSS BCT71K Time ta Buy TOOTK PASTE AHB P U K E B K U G 3 SALE TABLETS A N D 100 Table.3 oi nn- BISODOL OoC mm Tcirm PSCTE-CHT T9 IRON-CUT TO «.M ELECTRIC IRON-CUT TO . , , ELECTRtC TOA5TEK--CUT TO , 13-SO HEATING PAD--CUT TO . J2 50 ELECTRIC HAIR DRYER--CUT TO fjBB I! 25 FATHER JOHH'S MEDK»«£.. 4Jc LlaTERinE TOOTII PJSTE . Ide HEHTWL HniAURS SI.2B CJUXXS THSUTS-... 63« FfiSTEETH- C1)T TO B3c FEEH-A-HftT- (WTTO We use only the Best Quality Prescription Products such Parke DOVES, Squibbs, LiHys, Burrough, We!!come, Upjohn, Wyeths and Merck chemEca's. PRESCRIPTIONS are quickly and enced registered pharmacist. We call for and deliver promptly. 25c DR LYOMS 35c White Pine Honey Tar Cough Syrup Cold or A an. CREASV1S For Tour Babies. Bring Own Bottle

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