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PAGE TEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1939. Courier (tlassLfied Advertisements i · For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge. 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. I "Cards of Thanks," 50c-Flat Rate.-_-- - ". Phone 12 or 13 for in Ad-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements In Memoriam RINGER--In loving memory of Raymond R. Ringer. who left us for his Heavenly Home, a year ago today. Sadly missed by mother and brothers. Minnie M. Ringer and Sons Personals 7 MEN OLD AT 40!--Get pep New Oslrex Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster InvlRorators and other stimulants. One dose starts new pep. Value SI 00 Special price E9c. Call, write Union Drug Co. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 Strayed. Lost. Found 10 REWARD--Lost Blue Pcrsiin Cat. blind in one cje. vicinity Jennings Avenue, Scottdalc. Call Dnwson 3582 or 202 Jennings Avenue, Scottdale Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 J A N U A R Y S P E C I A L S ! SEE THESE USED CARS TODAY! 1938 Hudson ' 0" Conch with very low mileage, car runs and looks like new. 1937 Lafavclto Coupe W3J Hudson '6" Tourlnn Brousham equipped with Radio and Hcntcr. 193G Tcrraplane 4-door Scdon. 1035 Tcrraplane Coupe. 2935 Tcrraplane Coach. 1932 Pontlnc Coupe. 1D30 Ford Model "A" Coupe. Very Easy Terms Arranged! E E. VAN SCOY. INC. HUDSON and TERRAPLANE SALES X. SERVICE 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 2to. SEE THEM TODAY! O-K USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 (VEST APPLE STREET MASON M01OR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STKEET PHONE 105 Open Evenings 'til! 0 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock SEE OUR WONDERFUL SELECTION OF HIGH GRADE USED AUTOMOBILES ON OUR USED CAR LOT AND ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR GARAGE PICK YOURS OUT TODAY! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407 YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS 321 so prrrsBURG ST. PHONE a LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 258 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234. Wanted--Automotive 17 WANTED BVIMEDIATLY - Twcnty-tUc (25) late models of Fords. Chcvrolcts or Plymouths We will allow you an excellent trade-in on E new model Ford car West Side Motor Company Your Ford Dealer West Crawford Avenue. Phone 407. IT IS ONLY necessary to tell people where real bargains arc to bo found and a crowd will soon bo there Classified ads ore constantly pointing the way to real value tor hundreds of people who regularly look to them (or guidance IN DEAi^Nft through Classified Ads nothing ts wasted Both buyer and seller proflt equally. HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF OUR EXCELLENT USED CAR BARGAINS! SEE THEM TODAY 1 1936 Chevrolet 4-door Trunk Scdin. equipped with Radio, new tires Up- holstcrlnfi and pilnt Rood .936 DeSoto 4-door Trunk Sedan. Radio and Hciter equipped New tires. . 935 Olcl-yrioblle 4-door Trunk Sedan with excellent Radio and Heater :D31 Ford Model 'A" Victoria Coupe equipped -with new tires. Terms Arranged to Please I AUTOMOBILE SJLES COMPANY. AUTHORIZED OLDSMOBILE--LaSALLE--CADILLAC SALES f t SERVICE 015 W. CRAWIORD AVE PHONE 190 Business Service Brsincss Service Offered 18 Fisin:irs UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVERINGS PHONE 9«5 322 SO PITTSBUHG ST. YOU CANT SKATE ON DULL SKATES --Exp-rt sharpening We call for and deliver. Phone 874 Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE. rAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1373. T. D GARDNER, MGR. GOOD. DEPENDABLE- INSURANCE -All kinds Jamci R. Laughlln--INSUR- ANCE See me for rates. 309 First National Bank Building Phono 520. Moving. Trucking, Storage S! FOR MOVING PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER , CONNELLSVILLE PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE!" Modern Storage For Household Goods, LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Miller's Transfer 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phono 183 Printing. Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! \. Hand Blllsl--Binding!--Calllnc Cardsl Bill Heads I--Letter Heads! For Rent Girds!-- For Sale Cardsl No Trespassing Sign* For Salcl All Work Fully Guaranteed I All At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 05. DAILY COURIER BLDG, OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 9L Professional Services 28 EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances A. A Clarke. Pll G Druggist. 323 North Plttsburg Street. Phono 194. A CLASSIFIED AD can nnd the rlgh kind of a Job for the right kind of man or woman WHEN YOU BUY through the Classl (led Section vou buy from choice, no from persuasion TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 3 15 17 12 26 \o 35 16 27 31 13 ACROSS 1--Particle tion 5--Mild 23--Also 9--Thin tin 25--Any super- plate natural 10--Approach object 11--Nothing but 20--Cougar 12--Disclaim 20--Abolish 14--Giant killed 31--A soek made by David of goat's 16--Girl's name hair 17--Perish 32--Chinese sc- 13--Emmets cret society 10--A shaded 33--Southern walk constellation 21--Interdiction 34--Main axis of 22--Price of a plant transporta- 35--Languished 15--Inactive 21--Ponder 18--An age 2C--A color 19--Construct 27--Rotate 20--Scholastic 28--Border ^ society 30--Eastern uni- 21--Wanting versity 22--Fashions (abbr ) 23--A pungent 33--Three-toed odor sloth Answer 10 previous puzzle DOWN 1--The theater 2--A nimbus 3--Very small brook 1--Printcr'si't measure 5--Exclamation of disbelief 6--Receptacle for -.vine Eccl.) 7--The East S--Capea 10--Quote 12--Insh Free State assembly 13--Upoa King Feituies Syndicate. Ire. Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 'ANTED--White or colored lady for housework. Two in family. Experienced ncce^iry. Salary $700 week Private bath Write. Klvlnfi full addrc-y,. Box 10. care Courier FOR RENT-- Furnished front bedroom, private home, nood locitlon. Gentleman profer-cd. 129 N. Sixth Street WANTED--Experienced sirl for Rcneral housework Apply 213 W Patterson Avenue FOP. RENT--Furnished bedroom. 234 E. Apple Street Phone 1093-R. Help Wanted--Male ALEMEN WANTED--To Mil a complete line of fruit trees and ornamentals grown by Vlrp.lnl.Vs Lnr^cbt Growers. Cash commission or salary paid weekly. \Va ncsboro Nurseries, \Va nesboro. Va. VANTED--Man with car fcr profitable RnvvlelRh Route Mu-st be ntis-led with Rood l l v i n c at start. Writt RawiolgU'ii, Dept. P.VA-107-101, Chester. Pa Financial Need Money ;EED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend sou $300 or less on our Mrnature Personal Finance Compnny. Phone 34. instruction Instruction Classes FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE-Special nlfht course in the follow ins subjects will open ^nn 9th: Shorthand. TjplnK. Comptomitcr. Accounting. Federal Ti\* nnd Social Security Call 218 or come In the office. Conncllsvlllc. Merchandise Article* for Sale ·OR SALE--Hydraulic hoist and bed. Snv tier's. Auto Wreckers. R. D. I, Con ncllwllle. Pa Buildlncs, Buildinc Materials 53 IOMPLETE LINE--Of ShcnUn-WllllanT! Paints, for Interior and exterior purposes. Stone Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 'OR SALE--Baled straw For rent DO acres farming land. Inquire Stricklcr .Farm, Broad Ford. Pa. FARMERS LET US 1IELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY! 1IERKS HOW--You can find a market, for your farm products, your farm Implements, your dairy productt, your Uvo stock and household goods by running * small Inexpensive nd in our Classified Section There you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation of Tho Dally Courier covers a largo area and your advertisement will be read by many people who arc looking for just the things you havo for sale. NOTE: All classified ads arc payable In advance You will find our rates In the above Classified Heading. Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers 56 GOOD LUMPY -- Hun of mine coal. 100 bu , 8c delivered: 50 bu, 9c delivered 25 b u , 12c delivered Cash. Phone 2037 Frank Koballa GENUINE--Washington Run Coal. Low price, Wm Dull i Son. Phone 107 o; call Davvson. 32G1 and 3031. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 Rooms (or Housekeeping 69 f*OR RENT--Three furnished rooms, private bath, electric refrigeration 201 Davidson Avenue Phone 917 'OH KENT -- Two furnished rooms for Urht housekeeping Cabinet sink In kilchcn Phone 487. FOR RENT--Furnished light housekeeping rooms at Poplar Gro\e. Phone 9071. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FURNISHED APARTMENT--Thrc- rooms, private b-ith private entrance, porches. 32C E Crawford Axe FOFt RENT--An ap-irtmcnt. Inquire Smutz Hardware Store, 717 Crawford A\enue, West Side. FOUR ROOMS--Bath, hot nnd cold water, front nnd bick porch 511 So Plttsburg Street Business Places for Rent WEIMER ARCADE--Entire second floor and room 13x70, blrcct level. Available at once PETER R. WilMER. WELMER ARCADE. Ilonscs for Rent 71 FOR RENT--Six room house, uath. heater. East Park. Read; January 1st Robert Norris Phone 305 FIVE ROOM HOUSE--Bith. sunporch, convenience!,. J22 So Fourth St. Inquire 110 S Fourth Street. 3IB JErFERSON ST--Six rooms, bath, panto, furnace J1800 per month. Chinns Hardware Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate R DO YOU WANT--To own your own home. farm, etc? Sec ma today and let mo show ou howl Also. Real Estate for rent in nil sections Wm. P. McNulty., Eagles Pulldlng. Phone 1760. PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR RENTI T. C. PIIALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE PA. PI1ONE 875. Houses for Sale 84 PATTERSON. AVENUE, EAST. 105--Six room house and bath, paved street, electric, gas and water. Immediate posscss-Jon. Priced reasonable for quick sale. Inquire, PAUL- G WAGONER 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 148. FOR SALE--Six room house, bath and heater, two garages and about four acre** of land. House In good repair. Outside of City, low taxes. $3.500. Inquire Robert Norris. Phone 505. FOR SALE--Six room frame house with bath and heater, two lots, low taxes, $1.350. Inquire Robert Norris. Phone 505. Auctions--Leg a Is Legal Notices 91 9-FT COAL--30 Bushel or more, DHc per buuhcl, delivered. Phone 1332-J. Household Goods 59 FOR SALE--IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BARGAINS IN USED FURNITURE. CALL AT DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PUONE 50 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Lee Smith. Attorney. ESTATE OF MARY CROPP, DE- coascd Letters Testamentary on the Estate of Mary Cropp, late of Salt Lick Township, layette County, Pa, deceased, having jeen granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to nil persons indebted to said estate to make Immediate payment, and to those having claims against the same to present them, properly authenticated, for settlement William E. Barnes. Executor, P O. Addrs\ White. Pennsylvania 22dcc-Ct-thurs FOR SALE--Four good used Gas Ranges, Windsor, Erlez nnd two New Process AKo one Copper Clad Coal Range Priced for quick sale. Stop In and ECO them today. Service Radio A. Electric Co West Apple St Phone 1537. LARGE SELECTION--OF NEW AND USED COAL AND GAS HEATING AND COOKING STOVES MERVIS FURNITURE CO PHONE 2020. Wanted--To Buy 66 WANTED IMMEDIATELY--Your clean white rags Will pay you cash. 5c per Ib Mason Motor Company. 127 West Apple Street Phone, 105 SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGS! THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE . WILL PAY YOU IN CASH FOB ALL THAT YOU BRING UH AT 5e PER POUND v IN WRITING a Classified Ad be sure to tell oil the fccu which you would want to Know If you yourself were a prospective buyer THE CLOSER you stick to Classified ads the closer your money will stick to you and the farther It will qo when you tpend It YOUR MONEY REFUNDED If you got the desired results oolorc your ad expires Why not advertise that old ctove or rocking chair? SPEND HALF as much money for twice ns much by chopping through the Classified Ads WHEN WRITING your own Classified ad remember. The more you say. th quicker it pays. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF IDA ANSELL. LATE OF Upper Tyrone Township. Fayctte County, Pennsylv inia, deceased. Letters testamentary on the above named estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to all persons Indebted to said estate to make Immediate payment, and to those having claims against the same to present them, properly authenticated for settlement. Albert Anscll, Executor, Evcrson. Pa. Idcc-Gt-thur; I.LF.CTIOV NOTICE. SECOND NATIONAL BANK OF CONNELLSVILLE--The annual meeting of the stockholders of this bank for the election of Directors to serve, for the ensuing vcar will be held at the Banking House on Tuc'dny, January 10th, 193*1. between Ihe hours of 10 A. M. a n d 1 2 A M H P Pore, Cashier THE NATIONAL HANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF CONN3LLSVILLE--The annual meeting of this bank for the election of Directors to serve for the ensuing jcar will be held at the Bank- Ing House on Ihursdav January 12th. 1939 .it 10 00 A M Paul O. Malonc, Cashier FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PERRYOPOLIS -- The rerular annual meeting of the stockholders of the First National Bink of Perryopolis, Pa, for the election of a Board of Directors and the transaction of any other bu-incss that may lawfully corre before the meeting, will be held at the Hank Building In Perryopolis. Pa, on Satuidiy, the 14th day of January, 1339, between 10 o'clock and 12 o'clock noon Howard Adams, Cashier FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF DAWSON -- The annual meeting of the stockholders of til's bank for the election of direclors to serve for the ensuing year will be held at the Banking House on Tuesday January 10th. 1D39, between the hours o f 1 a n d 2 P M S J. I. Morningstar. Cashier ldec-6t-thurs CLASSIFIED BARGAINS are. not regretted because they are only made when trie buyer needs to buy and the seller needs to cell. READ THIS FIRST i KUic Hitter, ft Do-iuty shop operator, taking the place of a frfrnd for n wccl, In the private Baton of Mrn Horace Wlthcr'spoon. far., flndn herself Involved In a mystery when the eccentric old lady li found dead under one of the hair driers after Illsic had left the room for n few moments, faho ia further humiliated when nho learns Hint one of tho servants In the Mnnor'3 household suipcctfl her of taking Mrs 'WUlicrspoon'3 emeralds, which are nils-slnr Certain member* of tho Wltli- erspooii family and come of tho houae ruests *trilco Piste fin queer, and nho !·* nurprlsid when tho old Indy'fl son. lloracc WlUierapoon. advises her to my nothim: of the missing Jcwclj for fcnr of publicity and tho police. Tho roronor arrive-* for his Invcntigatlon. Hill Benson. Klilc'o friend nnd a re- rorte-r, cornea for an obituary for lila Jiapor nnd Klnlo shows him around the rmnnlon (NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY) CHAPTER FIFTEEN "I WAS LOOKING for you, sir," I explained in some confusion. "I knocked and no one answered, so 1 looked inside I didn't mean to ·ipy on anyone; I didn't know anyone was there " "Someone is there?" He x pcarcd surprised. I moved aside nnd he peered into the room. "Ah!" he cried sharply, and I Rlnnccd quickly at his face. One side was strangely twisted as it he had experienced sudden pain, and as I watched him, I noticed his hand clutching tho doorknob turned white at tho knuckles. "Are you ill, Mr. Withcrspoon?" I akcd, beginning to feel alarmed, "111?" His handa fell to his sides and his face settled into Its normal lines. "A touch of arthritis," he nald shortly. "Tho pain often attack 1 ! me without warning." Phil pushed his way forward, "I'm Benson of tho Times, Mr Witherspoon--" "Yes?" said Mr. Horace, and his eyes held that faraway expression that was so disconcerting and BO Bccmlngly habitual with the little man. "I should like to get a few facts relating to your mother's life ant death " "Ah, yes Perhaps you will com* with me into the drawing room." "Thank you," Phil said, and fol lowed Mr. Horace across the hall "See you later, ELilc." He blow a kiss. I returned to my own quarters. · · * The rest of the day passed ·with out event In the afternoon I tol Mrs Grccly about tho broken dri ers and she promised to send 1m mediately for on electrician. H had not arrived by dinner time, but perhaps, I thought, he was on man who preferred to rest on Sun days." Anyway, I was not muc. worried. I did not look for man; customers In the salon the day c the funeral, · · · Phil and I took in the curly shov at tho Palace and a double choco lato sundae at the drug store an by 10 o'clock I was in bed and fas asleep. In the morning I opened th salon promptly at nine and sa around waiting for business. It wi fully an hour before anyone ap pcarcd, and then it was only Mis Henrietta, who stuck her head in the doorway, "Good morning," she sold, and had one of my sudden shivcrln cpolls. Miss Henrietta, had she pos scsscd a broomstick, could hav passed for tho twin sister o£ th d ,witch in the Mother Goose ales! Her hair stood on end and er eyes were b'oodshot and filled dtli a wlldncss that struck at my :art. "I came to see the death cham- cr," she cackled. Her long, ycl- iwed hands parted the silver cur- alns of the anteroom and she dls- ppcarcd Inside. It was a good ten ilnutcs until she reappeared--ten ilnutes of utter silence! And If lie had resembled a witch when he went In, she looked like a manl- c when she came out. Her com- lexion was a mottled gray and her ower lip hung slackly, exposing er pale, pink gums "The wages of sin Is death," she vhlspercd. "The Lord is revenged!" Something warned me not to peak. I sat motionless, hypnotized y her mad, gleaming eyes, eyes vhlch rolled around in her head ike the hands of a crazy clock. I ould not have lifted my little fin- ;cr had my life depended upon It. " "Vengeance is mine, saith the xrd'." Her voice died to n whis- icr. "Death! And It Isn't finished! t Isn't finished"' Her laughter rang hi my cars for hours. When she had gono I staggcrec' weakly to the basin in the manicure booth and held my hands in cold water for a long, long time. » · » Toward noon I had another vlsl- .or. This time It was my old friend Toots, 1 was surprised to see her recalling the conversation I ha overheard on the landing; but I might have known it takes more Jian one threat to get rid of a par Tslte like she turned out to be. "Hello," she said, and from thi tone of her voico I gathered shi was not feeling especially cheery 'I'm out of face powder. Though maybe you'd have an extra box around somewhere." ·Til see." Her nose did not look shiny to me, but from past cxperi cncc I knew that girls like Toots are not powdered unless they resemble circus clowns. There wa a stack of powder boxes on th shelf In the second anteroom, anc I selected one at random nnd gav It to her. She took it without sc much as a thanks. "Going to the funeral?" I shook my head. "I'm not ex pcctcd to attend." ·* ' "Lucky! Me, I'm getting out o here as soon as it's over." "Where arc you from?" She gave me a hard look: "From New York, dearie," she sal shortly. . "Oh!" I was staring at he hands. She had lovely hands, sof and white and cohered with rings Four on each hand! Two diamonc and three rubles and a queer bluls stone that I did not know and pearl the size of a pea! "Admiring my joolry?" sh asked, spreading her hands. "Loo almost real, don't they? Suro wls they were, and I'd not kidding.'* "You're fond of jewels?" Some thing prompted me to ask her th! "Who ain't--isn't? Money In th bank, dearie, money in tho bank That's what diamonds arc!" "I don't care for diamonds." turned and faced the mirror, pa! ting my hair into pfacc. "My favor itcs are emeralds; I'm crazy abou them." "That so?" Toots flicked maginary speck of dust from her rcss. "Funny, 1 never cared a hole lot tor emeralds. I'll toko iamonds every time " 'Well, tastes differ." I quit fuss- ng with my hair. "Sure Say, have they found out yho swiped the old lady's stuff?" "N--o!" I could hardly make my louth work. "I--«on't believe they ive " "Too bad." She shrugged. "So ong." "So long," I returned, and col- apscd Into a chair. How did Toots Lcmolne know that the emeralds ere missing? How did she know? stared stupidly Into space. How ad Toots discovered their loss un- css--unless she were the thief ? And then a second thought truck me. Suppose--suppose it ad been Mr. Horace who had tolcn the emeralds, and who had given them to Toots! "No," 1 said aloud. "No." It was a good Idea, but it would not work. Mr. Horace was not that kind--to get mixed up with a girl like Toots. I dismissed the thought, but back n my mind a voice kept whlsperng: "It was Mr. Horace who Insisted upon delaying the inquiry! It was tlr. Horace who was in no hurry to broadcast the disappearance of tho jewels!" · · * The funeral took place that afternoon. At three o'clock a long lino of cars preceded by a flower- banked hearse wound down the drive on the journey lo the ccme- :ery. From my bedroom window I watched the procession depart and return an hour or so later. In tho meantime I tried to call Phil at the Times oOlcc--I wanted to tell him about Toots and the emeralds --but he was out, so I settled down with a movie magazine and killed time reading a star's recipe for a happy married life. At seven I dined in m 7 room. At eight I recchcd a visitor. It was Mrs. Horace. She was dressed in black, which made her sallow skin seem even yellower. She appeared nervous and ill at case. "I've decided. Miss Rittcr," she announced abruptly, "to have permanent wave." 'A spiral wave?" Her awkward manner was contagioun; I found myself fumbling for words. "Spiral?" She smiled slightly and the tension was somewhat relieved. "I'm afraid a permanent Is just a permanent to inc. I shall leave the details to you." "Very well. When do you wish to have the wave?" "In the morning." She "frowned momentarily as if I had reminded her of something unplesant. "Docs; It take long?" "Several hours. Would you care to come in early 7 At nine o'clock?" "Yes " She nodded. "^Inc will do- nicely. I should like to be finished by luncheon." "Then I'll put you down for nine," I said. "Thank you. Good night." "Good night," I returned, and went Into the salon and entered her name In tho appointment book. Then I came back to my room and read awhile and went to bed. The last thing I thought of was that Mrs. Grccly's electrician had not showed up: (Xo Be Continued) London's Unemployed Stage Lie-Down London's recent bliz7ard failed to halt this demonstration by the unemployed. At the height o£ the cold snap they invaded busy Oxford Cireus, lay down on the street and covered themselves with placards demanding "Work or Bread." They tied up all trade until persuaded by Bobbies to "tell their story -walking." (Central Free*) r- t Police Rescue Police Dog Policeman John Daley grabs a line from shore as he and Nick Fierro. a park attendant, rescue n big Get man police dog from New York's Central Park Lake. The dog had spied some duckb far out on the ice, raced joyfully toward them and plunged through thin ica one hundred feet from shore, (Ctntral Frets) 29 Killed in Motor Wrecks in Somerset SOMERSET, Jan. 5.--There were 29 automobile fatalities in Somerset county during 1938, three less than recorded in 1937, according to Sergeant J. A. Blair of. the State Motor Police. He said that his oiucers investigated 24 mishaps which brought death to 29 persons. Of. those who lost their lives, 18" died in 16 accidents prior to October 1. Former Editor Dies. PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 5.--William Valentine Alexander, 79, managing editor of the Ladies' Home Journal for 10 ycais starting in 1898, died here. He had been a real estate operator m suburban Wayne for the last 20 years. Hcrmime Woman Dies. GREENSBURG, Jan. 5.--Mrs. Isabella F. Arbucklc. 68, widow of. Andrew Arbucklc, died Sunday at the home of her niece, Mrs. Benjamin Hopkins at Hermimc. Star Enters Seminary. ST. LOUIS, Jan. 5.--Al.Duden- hoefler, captain of the St. Louis basketball and baseball tearru, has left school to enter a seminary.

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