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   Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - April 22, 1935, Connellsville, Pennsylvania                               li OUR 1 Itli UAHjY v. 1'A u JJ in T THE cotiui i President and to MP A M. I rcsid'n 10 If U2- 1 YU.LS J D, President a.nd Genet il Manager MISS R. A. VN Sd.reta.-y and Treasurer 1 tlt.1 i iiu oi t o ic ilion MTV 1 ill Un onK wn shoii cl serve K a tjall to all patriotic in dmdu Is and orfianizations In the LOimU in join in e demonstration which i nil PI tied to show tint 01 r I 01 pie ait cnticl> out of sjiipattj wit'i form of un A.mencai I'-ms iml pi acmes H should "be out ma! an> disnlav the Red ele- inen tint the i blu i be migntilj mil vith tie picpomltr into o lovjltv ami thit among our people AND ONLY TEN SECONDS TO ETERNITY! JOETN C Nb S. STDlilEU City Editor Society Ed tor I Ii let-lartns; he is ou of politics Lptot SinUnn 1 us requited to understand the peoile of Cilito ma meant 1 their ist Xdvembei MEMBER OF Vud t Bureaa of C rculatlon nel Ivania Newspaper Publishers Association. Something more than aircst and a nominal fine is needed to peiraanent Ij rod tire the r amber of hose m the racket Two cents per copy 50c per month (K> per >ca- by mall if paid in ad 1-c per week by carr er Entered as second c ass matter at the Postoffice Connetls Ic Pa. VIM 22 UIGJUH The vei> genei il aid devout ob   ituun bor c tesli n to the i ct ha we aie a LhuiUi cuini; poult von if man? die it times neglectful of their duty! in ihio respect Law outpouring of communicants the Easter hem et which m il Protestant inputted and hpcual f alureb and in tho Catholic t, lurches vhere the wor   prOnsion pnDlicit> o[ that there r, in the heart of ever> ,mome tat returns clerk o[ the person in the th onss of worshippers House of Representatives and the desirt to pvf expression to tlie aCcreLir> of the Tjnlted States Senate reclines of joy and gladness the da> shortly receive from the Treaa inspired urv Department a list tar better for The sloom of sidnet-3 of Good Pn the pnrpo--.es of the blackmailer and day was succeeded n> the joyonsness the snooper and the kidnaper than of Resurrection morn. orinRlns with I would have been possible had the it the piomise of life after death I slip provision ajone been re- which the Lord has intten not m I tamed books alone but in every leat in for there is another part of the sp, ins time The recurrence Of same law an section Da. rejiivenatr! the filth o- renuires the of the t-UC >n ,he Qinst to annual report promptwl them to i lo (-ongres. compi ed from the xe- tnrns "ntalnltig the names of Pencil -Yania Bj Gage and   o[ J ist whv this was over looked In the crusade igoinst H not clear because some mem of Congress concede thev knew ibout it question arisen is to this annual report be mudt pub ir hul in tht n iti ral course of rafeion to "he Tit fietl hat Its people events will be For ove-j annual arc becoming of one nund and report submitted to Congress is given are ot their ovn ictrrl to Cull publicity the hoh imp ilse to do honor to Him The decision ma> be up to the c erk of the House and the secretary of the Senate Once before when thu, point of Easter worship havp (he mspira Uon of yielilec obedience to one o[ the most sacred of the Church the hizmfiein e of which is beinij moie widelv r aTl beins more uimfr-vnl1 the -vears succeed eat! other 1 ir lee lire oc who was tlie central IE ire in Greatest Story Ever Told The I these officers rerused to take Of MFMIBMI SF tne responsibility for withholding1 a Three week fioni toJav will bean locnment containing important in inipoitant ard interest nc event there is a fairh t-ener ii agreement on what the m ir tiituro will brink in new tax ICRI-.! Hum The 5U.nd pal u inor hold a. i different hut tht. rnijoi u oup in both tbe Demotr n in l h j iMi fin rinks concur >r l f m L pa L m tie pro hot which Cul ow The Ii wl igiecmnt will be h tscd on he Rnpuhl can program calling or ,111 )Qf  193f pen- nant to the -iixompan ment of band m isic and, demonstrat bv the fans in attendance It u> confidently expected thit the event will bean auspmous mtrcduc tion. to what premise of beiox the biggest vear in the hiatorv ot the popuiai same in the cit> Great care has been taken tin managers of the several teams of tho league in re cruiting plaveito New line-ups will be presented many of the star placers who cont ibuted to the success of season Each team will be oiit to win the 1035 penaant hente all games ire expected to be vigorously contested RFGISTKVriO> I-O KELILt, It ib the evident jn ention or the relief authorities o' tbe county to compel all families rectKmg relief to register all their employable mem bers both male and. female with the National Reemployment Service or txercise the authoritj given, the borrowed mone> from the Recon- struction t mince Corpor ition. Im aCtt- the publication of tbe -eport rumors arose concerning the ot banks which had found t necessary to borrow There are raanj persons who feel that the pnb- hcity of bank loans contributed in no sma I extent to the eituatioD that pro- Jacid the bank holiday in the spring o[ 1333 moremcnt Is orr root Ip put before both houses for vote the question whether the Treasury a report on in- come tax returns should be made public It has been that the law be amended to the effect that the returns of each year shall be made pub ic only when Congress eo pro-rides by ynnt resolution This would require each Congress to take affirmative action of some kind if it desired to disclose the In come tax returns Ae matters stand now the record of -nember of Congress on issue TAill be obscured bj the fact that he can point to the clerk of the Houee OT the sfcuretary of the Senate is responsible for making- public the list. It so happens that the secretary's report will be ranch more convenient for the extortionist or blackmailer fcraensency Relief Board of Tefusing and f0r ttoae want to miguse relief to m which there are nameg income i mmbers who-are not Unnu havp been tion ooo or o tomi from (ho biggor vear prc srarn presented by In he ultimate OO compromi c the ill P practicallv retained hut there wil 1 c -varioja changes ti he mdividm! t ix rneisurel which buPd tip tint The one cent increase jti thn tax will) be adde I and one or two additional items be taken from theAdminifi tration program to 1 rms in more revenue during the first jear of the coming "hienniom Republican leader arc not denying j that the substitute plan it stands is weak on ck revenues They may lialk ami arqne for a Srhile bnt they are prepired to make con cessions in ihls rr-spoct For obi reasons they will move slowly and. gracefully ID prov (Jin? this necea sary ar'c'it onal ror their program Belief Conflict The gtnerol belief n that ror reflponding concesd oni bi lioth sides will produce an arrangement for pro- unemployment relief for one year Governor Taile Incite i bj Fedeial Relief Harry L Hop- kins insists on definite provisions Cor ?5 000 000 montblj for at least one year Bick ot this stand Is the Chief Executives announced Intention to ellef pajers> call a. special session to provklo after Alay 11 the. Senate Republicans want So7 000 In furtherance of this pi in oftpmk alip provision was in the law '000 of State relief appropriations action a communication has been sent Thig is because the names would, spread out over be full two yea-s of That attention to tbe rnlee of the relief t revenue districts and It would have service requicing registration of all been to collect the names employable members Notice of time I m each. locahtv and pace where registration cm be the compiling of a national made it given and am ouncement with, the exact amounts received gency because the continuation ot re lief remains for th nexi a prime for his IB trot ion lolilinil Two comiiomhes "n relief are >P ins tl i now th it the emcr h th born o Led One he appropri t ion of t or 6 mi hrm do lars for thf >cir cndm0 M 1 19 t> The ot irr prov in-! foi tht Iwbuicn of i ar bt-t e i ind oi JM 000 fr >m wljluh 000 con! he diavu ttirlnc the eirj months an snu !PI anio con! I lo uk n (ii nij, t i 1 itei n nihs o ihp hienmur Present indications are tha.t thf i win u7 Those who predict tbe Republicans wil maki th i L loice a e possibili- ties A LC al session of the Legisla- ture m atvance of tbe 1W6 State- wide and nit onal elections wnl! not be unwelcome to the Repnblican partv The Fwlenl pnhhc program will ta effects on tip "anenipSfn merit roilfi Tbe new t ties will be prodntinjc a reaction nn tbt poinilation of the Slatp and CoDifltiono will rlpp for tbe real w-down on nnemployment relief as pernanent responsibility of the State Sulf Tiu Hi TiraL Conferences etwren hf Governor md tbe leilere this fa have not. touched upon, tho GOP proposil that a three per cerl general salef tax be enacted to pro- vide money for scjoolh and rea-I estate relief The for an ultimate agreement on this bject are hotter than OTponents of ihr tax care to admit. This K what has hnpened Re- publican leaden, dnpped tbe sales tax as an item in th )r main tax pro- pram bnt did not want to eliminate ent rely a tax which h is power! il baching- despite the no t> protests heart! in many sections The result was that tley simply shifted tbe ministrations income tax from tho beuool real estate "br icket to tbe main revenue bracket and placed the sales fix in the vacant spot Vttrocti Support Bv this- change the Re nibhcan leaders hope to cash in on the wide epread demand foi Immediate relief for real estate They emphasize that the biles tax TV ill provide trreatei re Kiiilin kj ohiiK 1 i IM I I i i "i i i M t l i ill j i 11 n 01 Iv f t ill s h II I J tl 1 I It P I s V ii r IIM st mil 1 OMi J h P 1> nr HI ill Ma J I 111 t 1 n i i 1 v i i Mi! i i i I v t 111 f n 1- Hi c j t i! l hi mil i u h i u t li fiiif i ul j ,fl n !lfc nn t ni i il l-hnir lull Dmws U< n n _ (1 1 o) o I t f- i in Ul n I U In i t 1 1 i v. I Ml f f 1 I i i m ii I un K M s j i I i I I i L J I hill mm 1 i r iw il Mi 1 i I 1 i riic i mil I ;i Vm nn J w 11 n i i 11 i n h j i t t lea n i< j iln p iui- j I tli it he can continue to attac-c the ICM is a t-ock the poor tax TnL ac e c it as a pract-cible way of I UK k IP! t fot o U sidle In Re mill an a cU wu he i also if tht ore the poor argn ntnt ci Ihf 10 pu cor I1 i itc in< t ne t ix Is! It i MI i f rn th fovernt ton ten ti'l, t! L tin 0 per   op n urih i i i1- ot h n oiisidti n h i ill IJH L tire l hv rhr and and It Vb i r n jHd.il i f luefs -t nt In txiat! n at tl c info nco in He ub! c th i is which wil he su m t ed o tic hip for a i c im th md he --el ction of J "1 as the association s annrai pi i Ml ti V.OIQ he mOQttngs s[ e h us loon rhoaen for the picn c but it is probib c the Deems rove- s ei of Us! VOJI.TS event w ill be chosen Tho follow ing committee w is ntmed tf irringe foi the outing H I Hoover (feorge fat  li lied Tl L i il-s a p naltv ot IJ to v o i mpiibon- nient S i estate taxes and will' nore quickly than the that drastic actif n for failure will inclnde the eaact amount paid to reg ster will not b1 taken until attei Maj 1 It is the verv plain intimation- that a-fter that date the rules wit i respect to relief of the unregistered will he en orted The mallei of tton been for salary comraiss on, bonus ot other compensation for personal serv ices rendered This goes lar beyond tbe indi- vidual i relationship to an emplov er U will mean the recording of, every the subjea oc mui-h coalrove sv ard Ice received bj an attornev, indeed. or Tliej ave n of prov S-, 000 000 fnr the, unaHerably op poeed to IIopl syVvama Hon" month Botn Impartial ofcseiv factions were Trull j demand that PCHTI ibe flist five mil- hat both cjowdcd rbe threatened errergcrcj of al aid being shut off to "Pennsvh-inia nt lonr time r ha. been xllogcd service winch is an in Iwt Sitiirdiy Each wa, ,n that nun> ptr.o'n, have refused to dividual who happens not to be incoi fol feinns it tb-> did thc> porated -hornnesfi-Lbe Adnuniatiatiou foi its would be called upon to report for] Thus man; relationships that fi'C no demiiwl dor- work 'Ihej lound U more to! would otherwise be confidential will j a pGllorI of possib.l! their conveineice however to benefit bt, made known to the public and I and the Republicans for a atand from relief without per ormms work' partieularlv to competitors, especiall> hvbich th eiteneci to keep millions- oC o' anv character in exi.hange there- m the various fields m which counsel-1Feaeral doP-ire out of Pennsjlvania these see it Governor This babit hue no little bit- the non egtbtrants by have oboened the opera- ling has been developed as a personal! service boa-nese The Injustice of this. torm. of dis- closure caa easil> be noted wnen It to act fiist in that emer tion of rihef methods aud the ap- reme that tb.e compensation some people {shown as. paid, oa the bookg of a cor- poration i-. revealed without ty the fact that the sum received was parent erade the rules othei s, e :u w th lueticu1 ins curt U pert leuce In efu Tl to en- "k tbei wil[ very loe-t OB who roll for relit f Iitt.e th us. thi ow themselves and families iable to be depmed of eiief In the a sro3s pajment, from the in dividual in. qattuou. might have been, deducting legitimate expenses, either for travel Or ror assistants wheEhei a law ye- who gets a fee an emploje and whethei he is in- c uded undei the term compensation for persona' sei vices Ou. this point the Tieasurj may to, rule i A.t present the law requires a i poraaon to leveal everv individiiaJ to i w hom more than Si 000 a year lias' been paid so that all the inform ition in the office of the m. T rtlbtnbuuon of reliel tli.re a-e a tee Slo.OOO nusht be paid iwoplo who beicvc the Bib ua! rule out to in indmdnal, but that ium or Intern I revenue Hie list Ihoie' he that .11 nor rk "-hall nut later bo (l.vidert with othei Mf should have i-viher 1 teru ap- in-mbcrs or a. partntisMp HW> tt u I Tlli; nutation aiu.es oC nn, ev.cc s UUO nrob duun, lhe lsu when Goitres noMu Tbe move has given added impetus to the sales tax attracting- support Many Republicans contend the change will tend to reduce Co-vetnor Earle s opposit on. They point out t uui ill Pin (it Jvvins Mich Apul Mr and Mi s Joseph Sho c caTng loi thei toiiitb pan of twins todnj a boy a i i girl s ct unnamed. The firdt pji o twins were bom to lie coup c jo n One died in nfancj The sceon-d jjau ire low je ic oil and tlic tluid pm 9 Up to SPRINGTIME u "Clean Up Tune" For Old Debts. Improve lour New Clotbta tor Hie K.unih BORROW THE MONEY FROM US We Give Quick, Friendly Endorsers or ho Payment for 30 Days, Then Cp To Months to lh.ua} Repaj S12i montlilj- on 75 I Itopity SI IDS moiilhl.v un J-ltn 880 12ri I 31.12 JOU Loans Matle Anyuhere in Westind aud Snriouudi CounUts Come In Phone or UNION LOAN CO. 2O4 Second Floor First Nations] Bank Bids Greensburg Phone 1-3-1-3 ims is only Mr Sunday Family Pass feeling as we all do when spring comes. Take the pass this Sunday and get out for some fresh air or a friendly visit Take the family z adults and all the children in the family 12, or under all costs only a dollar Tou pay 50 for the pass but 500 is refunded when pass is turned in same day used. WEST PENN RAILWAYS COMPANY ALL THESE FEATURES AND MANY M'.ORE ARE REASONS WHY If Oirt fkifit MAYTAG CITY FARM One piece cast aluminum tub Counter-Bonk CfTatator fast, gentJc waehingactioij. -A: RoHcr TPatcr Reraovcr, with endoeed ing dram. Sediment trap that knepe the water free from loos- encfi particles of dirt. Auto type sluft Irrer to start or stop washing ac- taon. if Quiet, cnl packed, cndoecd pov.cr dnve if Handy hinged hd, Non-splash, crown. if Adjustable legs to sort your height. if Easy-rolling rnst-resistmg castors Every part findy boJlt of quality material. Compare tfae Maytag, pomt by point, with any other washer, then aaL about the easy payment plan and TODAY'S REMARKABLT LOW PRICES Hednc, Jut. 114 North PUMinre street ShOMimn Tci it Coircc Co. Any Waving bt fcarf n. Jtulf. Malar Mr. Micawber and the beautiful budget 'iij othei piece of advice Coppei said Mr ili- 2.1' ber "jou Know Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nmteen nineteen six rebult happi- ness. Annual income twenty pounds, annual ture twenty pounds aught and six result miserv The blossom is blighted the leaf is iMtheied the God of goes dovjn upon the scene, and and in short jou are for evei floored As I am' it Mr Mirawber or from an> one of thoubduds -who know it foi the tnah, theie s no friend like cash' theies no wai, to be ceitain ot cash- as to spend -within your budget BC.TIII t-dm! Sav to much will 50 for food so much foi rent, so much for fuel so much for chant-s Slick within your budget and 3on 11 find it bountiful enough to leave Onf ot the Ten best uavs to budget as go is to the adv.eitisements in this Diilv as in a paiarle (lie good lalues of tho good stoics maich b ic Hoast beef or chops tor Sundaj dinners, a spec id! stvle in men s diapes foi the lu- ng-ioom the idvcitispmoiHs will help chool-e th m ill and often at n saving! Vilicn ynn n-tk fnr n product by name, n rpsult of aihertising, do not nopopt n are offered not as a service to you, but for other reasons. O O4O o   

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