The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 11, 1938 · Page 3
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 11, 1938
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE THREE. Chastity Gaining Among Men and On Wane Among Girls By United Press. NEW YORK. Feb. 11.--The female of the species, according to Dr. William H. Gary, gynecologist at the New York Lying-in Hospital, is rapidly become less chaste than the male. , Dr. Gary, taking his concuslons V- from "Ten Years of Observation" told a conference of social hygicnists that his researches proved that chastity among men is gaining, and among women, declining. The reasons for this he said, is that women, particularly in colleges, are engaging in "emotional experiments" while men are playing football and baseball. -^ "Young college men arc tending to "· become more continent," he said. "Among college women, it is a well- recognized fact that sexual continence is the exception rather than the rule." Dr. Gary said the "emotional entanglements'" of women are one of j the most important problems of "the new freedom." "Women have been so restricted in the past," he said, "that with the new social freedom they are plunging toward new experimentation." "c added that, while there were studies in such social problem as birth control in "many major women's colleges," this education is "not broad enough and falls short of a completely rounded course, emphasizing the possibility of emotional entanglements as a result of sexual experience." The result, he said, is a tendency of women to "lose the fear of experimentation." A more completely rounded education in the field of sex relations would include a study of the dangers of the emotional as well as physical phases, he added. Dr. Gary traced the typical sex- career of a college woman as follows: ,' "In the first year home influence ;· still prevails. In the second y ' ' girls begin observing and growing more interested. Sexual experience is most likely to begin in the Junior year." He said alcohol plays an important part, particularly at vacation time ·when girls return from college, go on parties and take a few drinks, "and their inhibitions arc broken down.' "I believe chastity is on the in- ·~- crease among college boys, at least,' ' he said, "partly because of the college amphasis on athletics. Their coaches and physical training instructors tell them to keep away from women if they want to excel in ' sports." In some cases, the doctor pointcc out, this causes neuroses to develop. Jifiy Knit is Easiest of the Easy Smart Rnglan Sleeve Style is Becoming to Alt PATTERN Swagger through the seasons supremely proud of this jifTy knit coat which you can make yourself. Its simple swagger lines, comfortable raglon sleeves and demure round neck are young and flattering and appropriate for any occasion. It's quickly knit of soft, light 4-fold Gcrmantown woo' with stockinette stitch forming smooth borders . . . and there arc generous sockets too! In pattern 8042 you will And complete instructions for making :his swagger coat in sizes 16-18 and 38-10 (all given in one pattern); an illustration of it and of the stitches used: material requirements. To obtain this pattern send 10 cents in stamps or coin (coin preferred! to The Courier Household Arts Dept., 25D W. ]Uh Street, New York, N. Y Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER County Sportsmen Oppose Season on Anterless Deer. X ' Endorse Farm-Garrje Program Three of County Home "Canned Heat" Gang Sent to Works Special to ITio Courier. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 11.--Thrc members of the Fayettc Countj Home's "canned heat" gang yester ence of the State Federation of j day were sentenced to six months in Five resolutions, setting forth its views on deer, red fox, grouse and farm game projects, were endorsed by the Fayctte County Fish Game Protective Association at| its meeting Tuesday night at Uniontown. Robert S. Cooper of Connellsvillc was named delegate 1o the confer- FOREIGN WAR VETS APPLY FOR CHARTER Special to Tho Courier. UNIONTOWN. Feb. II.--Appliea- tio'n for a charter for Walter E Brown -Post No. 21, Veterans o Foreign Wars, Connellsville, has been filed with Prothonotary John Brady. The organization, giving its address as 134 South Pittsburg street, lists its assets at a total of $14,600, including a post and home valued at $12,000, cash in bank amounting to $600 and furniture and equipment appraised at $2,000. Incorporators of the post arc J. P. Swope, Connellsville, R. D.; Albert B. Pickard and Harry C. Wilson, Connellsville, trustees, and J. N. Dragoo, Broad Ford, and F. J. Cunco, Connellsvillc. The application set forth the post, desiring the charter, is to establish a permanent organization composed of officers and enlisted men and honorably discharged officers and enlisted men of the army, navy and marine corps of the United States, who have served in this country's foreign wars; to strengthen com- radship among members; to assist worthy comrades; to perpetuate the memory and history of dead cod- radcs and to assist their widows and orphans. Sportsmen's clubs in Harrisburg on Saturday and will present the recommendations of the county sportsmen. The resolutions passed set forth: 1. Opposing sn open antcrlcss deer season in Fayette county. 2. Approving a protected season on red fox until such time when an open season should be declared. 3. Suggesting grout-e season remain open in Fayettc county. 4. Suggested If grouse season Is limited in days it , be staggered throughout small game season. 5. Approving continuation farm-game protects. of Belle Vernon Woman, Expeclanl Mother, In Ambulance Crash Court Is Split In Its Opinion On Perry Case UNIONTOWN, Feb. 11--Diisent- ng opinion was handed down Vedncsday'by Judge H. S. Dumbauld n the tax delinquent case against Albert J. Perry, tax collector, and he American Surety Company, New York, filed by the Commomve.-iith of 'ennsylvania for use of Fayettc county. In his opinion, Judge Dumbnuld nsserted "could not join in judgment entered by majority of the court." I think the county waited too long jcforc it proceeded against the tax collector and his suicty," the jurist set forth. "Its rights have been extinguished by operation of law. "The condition of the bond in this case, in substance, is tiiat the surety shall pay if the collector shall default. The action is against the surety. "The collector was required to set:le his duplicate in full, not later than April 1, 1922. He did not so settle t. From that date he was in default. The county's right of action accrued on that same day. "During the next seven years suit against the surety was lawful. After seven years, by express statutory provision, it was unlawful. The judgment entered September 1, 193G, was unlawfully entered. 'I think judgment should be opened and the penalty for delay should be enforced against the county. "The act in question is not that regulates procedure. It extinguishes the right of action. It is not merely a statute of limitation. H is a rule ol evidence and effects the release of those who undertake to become surety for any public officer. ·I would open the judgment, permit the plea of the general issue, and the giving of this act and the special matter in evidence and, upon that being done, enter judgment for the defendant." Judge Harry A. Cottom filed, with Prothonotnry John Brady, a certificate of the amount in controversy setting forth it was in exccis of $2,500. CUT RATE 116 South Pittsburg Street. Phone 618 - You get cut prices here on the finest cuts of meat. Everything cut but the quality. Shop here Friday for meats and cold cuts for the holiday week-end. 1 1 BEEF STEAK 5 Ibs. 95c CHUCK ROAST whole Cuts Ib. 13c LEGS OF LAMB Ib. 19c VEAL SHOULDER ROAST Ib. 15c FRESH GROUND MEAT 2 Ibs. 27c PORK LOIN ROAST Rib End Ib. 13c JUMBO BOLOGNA Ib. 15c BONELESS RIB OR RUMP ROAST Ib. 2Oc Pork Chops End Cuts IB 17c Large Dill Pickles Fresh Spare Ribs 15c Beef Liver Ik- 18C Bacon Squares it 17c SALAMI AND PEPPERONI BACON - HAMS - DRIED BEEF - LEBANON BOLOGNE BUTTER - EGGS AND CHEESE Jnmes county the Allegheny county workhouse n d.ifiiult of $100 fine and costs st « hc.inns before Alderman William F. Whitby. They were William Carey, ·IS, C. J., 45, and Kurtz, 41, inmates at the home. Not only were the men addicted themselves but they took the canned heat to other inmate*, according to oflichils. Steward Alex J. Mead said the three ringleaders of the gang took clothing, electric light bulbs and anything they could get their hands on, came to Uniontown and bartered it for canned heat. When they returned in half drunken condition, they parsed the canned heat around to other inmatrs. causing considerable disturbances, according to the steward. PITTSBURGH, Feb. 1J.--Mrs. Arthur Taylor, of Belle Vernon, · nn expectant mother, showed no ill effects despite a shaking up when the ambulance taking her to Magec Hospital crashed into another automobile on Saxv Mill Run Boulevard. Hospital attaches sold that Mrs. Taylor complained of a knee injury but otherwise was in good condition. The accident occurred Wednesday night as the ambulance, driven by Edwin Melenyzer, 19, crashed into the second machine operated by John Surmich. Melenyzer was scratched and bruised, while Surmich suffered a broken nose. Mrs. Taylor was taken from the wrecked ambulance nnd hurried to the hospital on a passing motor truck. 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