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PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1939. Courier C/assz/jed Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 rimes: Per line. 9c cash, lOc charge. L'ASSIFIED 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; 7e charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks'," 50c Flat Rate. . Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Speaal-- Your Ad Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basts of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card ot Thanks BERGMAN--To our manv friends and neighbors, we wish to acknowledge vvitr deep gratitude the kindness and sympathy extended us In our recent bereavement, the death of Carl Bergman. Especially do we wish to thank Rev W. II Hctrlck and the singers, those who sent flowers and all who asslsied us In any May. Mrs, Carl Bergman and family. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 Personals MEN OLD AT 401--Get pen. New Ostrex Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invlgorators and other stimulants. One dose starts new pep. Value SI 00. Special price 89c. Call, write Union Drug Co Strayed. Lost. Found 10 LOST--Saturday night in Orpheum Theatre, pigskin gauntlet glove Reward U returned to Courier Office FISHER'S UPHOLSTER* AWNINGS, URNITURE REPAIRS KECOVERINCS HONE OG45 322 SO P1TTSBUBG ST. SKATES SHARPENED BY MACHINE-Hollow ground, 25c piir. Saw filing and nil edged tool,* bh-irpcncd R D Ten- ncnt. 203 W Washington Avenue. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 EXCELLENT VALUES IN GOOD USED CARS1 138 Ford Tudor Deluxe Sedan with very low mileage, used very little as a demonstrator. 9235 Down; $3270 · Monthly. 1837 Chevrolet Sedan. SICO Down: $23 BO Monthly. 1937 Ford V-8 Tudor Sedan. S1SO Down: S2232 Monthly. 1937 Ford V-8 2-door Sedan, S139 Down: $31 C5 Monthly. 1936 Dodge Deluxe Coupe, equipped with Radio and Heater, SI50 Down; S2282 Monthly. 1935 Ford V-8 4-door Sedan. S11B Down: $2020 Monthly". 1935 Ford Tudor Sedan. $118 Down; $20.20 Monthly. 1933 Ford 2-door Sedan. $70 Down; $1350 Month!?. 1931 Oldsmoillc "6" Sedan, $125. 1931 Ford Deluxe Roadster, $40. 1930 Ford Roadster, $35. 1923 Ford Tudor Sedan. $40. EXCELLENT TRUCK BUYS I JS35 Chevrolet tt-ton Pickup Truck 1933 Ford V-8, 1%-ton Truck, equipped ·with special Produce Body, dual rear wheels. SIOO Down; $21.70 Monthly. Very, Very Easy Terms! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. W. CRAWFORD AVENUE. PHONE 407 Open Evenings' Open Sundays! A REAL BUY--1D3S Chevrolet Deluxe Town Sedan with trunk, equipped with Radio. Heater, Twin Defrosters. Fog Lights, etc. In excellent condition drKcn only 12.000 miles Priced to sel quickly. Demonstrate anytime. John Frisbcc. Phone 331. VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY. " GOOD USED CARS 321 SO PITTSBURG ST PHONE 3 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 258 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234 USED CARS1 SEE OUR SELECTIONI E E VAN SCOY INC. JS9 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 243 WHEN YOU HAVE something \vhic! you would like to sell just call. 12 or 1 for a Classified ad-taker Your ad on thf page will surely catch the eves of Inter estcd bucrs. A FEW MINUTES spent in lookin over the classified ads each day vrill s-w you many hours and dollars in gcttin just what you want. . ,,_. iEE THEM TODAYI O-K USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MO1OR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings 'till ! o'clock Open Sundavs 'till 0 o'clock Business Service Business Service Offered 18 Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375. T D GARDNER. MGR GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R Lauchlln--INSUR- ANCE Sec me for rates 309 First National Bank Building Phono 520 Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 FOR MOVING PHONE 50. DULL-S rRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE PA "FOR BEST SERVICE I" Modern Storage For Household Goods, LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving Miller s Transfer 153 East Crawford Avenue Phone 183 Printing, Em-ravine, Binding 27 LET US GIVE 1-OU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR TROTTING WORKI Hand Bills!--BinaTncl--Caltlng Crdsl Bill Ucadsl--Letter Oleadsi For Rent Cardsi^-For Sale Cards! No Trespassing Sign* For Salcl All Work Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 63. DAILY COURIER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 9L Financial Need Money O-B fEED CASH--In n hurry? We'll lend you 5300 or less on your signature. Personal Flmncc Company Phone 34 Livestock Horses, Cattle. Other Stock 48 FOR SALE--Good lAorJc mule or uill trade for Rood fresh cow. Nick PJcvclch, above Elm Grove School House, top oC hill FOR SAL.E--Seven x%ccks old plRt, II A Workman. Bcllvue farm Phone 4J01- R-2 Merchandise Buildings. Building Materials 53 PLASTER--And finish lime to suit your needs. Complete stock at nil times. Stone . Work Phone 1700 Farm and Dairy Products 55 FARMERS LET US HELP VOU MAKE SOME MONEY! HERE'S HOW--You can find a market, for your farm products, your farm Implements, your dairy products, your Hvc stock and household goods by runnlnc a small Inexpensive ad In our Classified Section There ou will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation ot The Dally Courier covers a large area and your advertisement will be read by many people who are looking for Just tho things you ha\e for sale NOTE: All classified ads are payable In advance You will find our rates in tho above Classified Heading Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate R BECOME THE PKOUD OWNER--Of jour own home. Let me tell you how . . . stop In today or phone, 17CO AKo buildlntf lots In all sections Wm P. McNuIty. Enfi'cs fiulldlng. South Arch Street PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR RENTI T. C PHALtN. SO CONNELLSVILLE PA PHONE 975 Farms and Land for Sale 83 FOR SALE--185 Acre fnrrn, 2G miles r outli east of Untontown. on Improved roid, bordering YourUloshcny River, v.i\Yi 45 ncrc-i o£ timber. Attractive location for summer home, hunting, fishing or agriculture. Can bo purchased on easy terms Inquire Paul R. Llston, 7C7 Brcntuood Avc, Youngs- to\\n, Ohio. Phone 4IOG1. Houses for Sale 8-1 FOR SALE--Higbcc farm, 48 acres Lower Tyrone Township Houic of nine roonn. bath and furnncc, bank barn, other outbuildings Plenty of \\ iUr, small orchard Inquire, Robert Norria Phone, $05. Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers 56 GOOD LUMPY -- Run of mine coil 100 bu, 8c delivered, DO bu , Oc delivered, 25 b u , I2c delivered Cabh Phone 2037. Frank Koballa HOUSTON AVENUE. 21C -- Six room frame hou^c ·with bnth. In the very best of condition Immediate possession Priced to veil at $1,500. Inquire. Paul Wagoner. 1003 West Crawford Avenue Phone 11 a. Lots for Salo 85 'OR SALE--Corner lot in Poplar Grove, fronting on State Hinhwav at Swnuper- tovvn intersection. For InformaUon call 1209-R. Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. Dl GENUINE--Washington Run Coal Low I price Wm Dull . Son Phono 107 or 1 call D.iv, son, 3261 and 3C31. Professional Services EXPERT TRUSS FITTING-- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances A A. Clarke PH G DrugRlst, 323 North Plttsburg Street Phono 19*. Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 EARN UP TO ?I8 WEEKLY COMMISSION---Taking orders for Pure Silk Hosiery, 3 pairs $1-25 Perfect * It Hosiery. AE-221 N Broad. Philadclpliia, Pa. Help Wanted--niaie 33 ABLE MAN -- To distribute sample*. handle Coflce Route Up to $45 fint wee* Automobile Riven as bonu Write Mills, 7000 Monmouth Cincinnati. Ohio. * " . PUONE 12 or 13 for an Ad-takcr. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 13 32 38 HI 25 33 3H n 30 \e 31 3-? 10 II · 37 32--Entreaty 35--Ancient country N. of Persian gulf 38--Snakclikc fish. ACRO'SS 1--Short jacket 28--Relics on 5--Transport a*-A fabric 9--A wing JO--Whether 12--Number 13--Intervals 15--Vocal 17--Custom 19-A freeholder 39_^ C r 22--Touch light!y 40 _ Poat i£- Fr! L Sty , 41-Hcrb-uscd In 26--Auricular cookery 27--Strong wind 42--Abrupt DOW.N 1--Notched 8--Trifling Z--Guide's high-11--Haze cstnotc -- 14--Like summer 3-QtUck. smart IG_COI of the sea 4--Jewish month 18 " 8 !** 11 6--Halloo! 20--Epoch 1--Tavern 21--Anoint 23--Flcur-dc-lls 31--Roman 24--Impersonate money 26--Province in 33--Brazilian Ecuador coin 27--Yawned 34--Completely 28--Novices 35--Boy 29--Man's name 37--Become old Answer to previous puzzle Cofinjht. IM9, Kirj Fejrures Sycdxitc, Inc. -FT. COAL--30 Bushel or more. £4c per bushel, delivered. Phono 1332-J. KXECUTon'S KOTICI. ESTATE OF HANNAH HALL. DE- ccascd Letters tcstamcntao in the estate of Hannah Hall, late of Springfield Township, Facttc Countj, Pcnns Lvanla, deceased having been granted to tho undersigned, notice Is hereby Riven to nil persons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, and to those ItavinE claims ngalnst the same to present them, properly authenticated, for settlement. Benjamin Hall. Executor, 312--28th St, McKccsport. Pa Fred E Younkln, Attorm'y. Sldcc-Ct-wcd. Household Goods 59 'OR SALE--IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BARGAINS IN USED FURNITURE. CALL AT DULLS STORAGE 22 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE SC. AFTER I.VVE.VTORY SALEI ALL FURNITURE U OFFi'I WE TAKE TRADE-INS' .IERVIS FURNITURE CO PHONE 2020 IMachlncr} and Tools 61 USED FARM MACHINERY ·F-12 Farmall. 1-12-20 McCormlck-Dcer- InK: 11 Kordson Tractors: I-15-in. Caterpillar. 1-John Deere Thresher. A-I condition 3 .McCormlck-DctnnK Po\ver Unit. 50 II P ; I Hereules Power Unit. 60 I! P . I Coiiilncntal P U AO II P . 1-40 II P Oil Pull Power Un't: 1-5 II. P. Shaw v,llh rubber tires and attachment: 1 Model M Allls Chalmers THE FARM EQUIPMENT CO. I'UnLIC SALK. THE UNDKRSICNED WILL EXPOSE to public sale on Saturday, January 14. 101). at 1 o clock P. M on the John C. Mers farm, east of Morgan Station, Upp-T Tjrone Township, hay. oils. v.hcat, corn, straw, fodder and household goods Terms of sale, ca v h lonu L. Whipkcj, Executrix. Francli M Iticho, Kxccutor. Fstato of John C Mjcrs, Deceased lljan-ll. SOMERSET, PA. PHONE 551. Wanted--To Buy 66 SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGSI THEN BHLVG THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE PAY YOU IN CAII FOR ALL THAT YOU RINC IN . . AT 50 PER POUND Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board OS FOR RENT--Slccplnc room -suitable for one or two persons. Phone 200-w. Uootns for IIotKcKecplnp; GD 'S .NOTICr NOTICE IS HERFBY GIVEN THAT letters testamentary on the estate of A l k n Rlehltr deceased late of Saltlick Townihlp. Fayctle Countj. Pa. hive been Kranlcd to the underpinned, to whom all persons Indrbiid to said ciLite «rc requested to m.iko Immediate pavmont and those ha\lng cllinn aRuln'.t same, will make them known without dela H-irrlcl Rlchtcr. Fxeculrlx. R D 1. NorinaUillc. Pa. HJan-Gl-wed NOTICl THE EXECUTORS OF THE ESTATE OF Muhnla Jones, having, power In will to cell real estate, now Invite bldderi for two houses at .CM NorUi PHu-burjh Street, and one house in rear of 112 Witter Avenue. Connellsvllle. Emerson G SUllwagon, William E Perm. , Of Executors, *red E Younkln. Att'y. I?RAD THIS PIIiST: Fl»te Ritter a beauty Bhop opcrntor. Inking tho Mncc of n frlrmt tor n week In the pri\atn Baton nC Mrn Horace wttherspoon. Sr.. Ilndn hcfwlf In^olvrd in 11 murdrr mystery when first the rcccntric old lady nnd inter her middle-aped dftiiphtT-in-lnw nre found dp-ul under the .".mnc hair drlT. Klalo was nltriidlnt; each at tho time, though out of the union for a lew moments before dl3co\erinp the old lady B tlralh A KtrinE of r-mf ralcl^, belonslnp to Mm "Wlthornpoon, Sr . are BtrnnKcly mlsa- Inp Certain llionibern of tho wlther- «poon fimlly. and ?omo of tho house KU^ats, strike Elslo an queer. 1'hll llcn- non, ncw^riapcr reporter and closo friend of *,lsle. arrive* fta tho police launch their Investigation Ho inline- ntely phones for Mac jJdntyro. head of the Chlcaco homicide eqund, who happcrs to bo in town Meanwhile Richard and D«pJinc Wlthorspoon, chll- drrn of tlio second vlcUm. conduct Ihcmsclves oddly during questioning. (NOW GO ON WITH Tlin STORY) CHAPTER TWENTY CHIEF EI*LIS grinned when Richard referred to him as a jackass. "Suppose," he suggested gent- Jy, "suppose you tell me what you Know." "Richard doesn't know a thing," Iaphnc cried.' "He wasn't in the house thla momlnff." "No? And where was he?" "I WM In town," Richard Informed him savagely, "and what 1 was doing Is none ot your busl- rncia'" "Richard is excited," his sister put in quickly "He was doing some icrrands for me--at the drug 'store!" "That right, son?" "Yes," the boy admitted sullenly, '"that's right." "All right. We can check on (that." frills waved him aside. "Now, tMiss Wlthcrspoon, you haven't tolt jme where you went after leaving (the salon." "I went to Miss Westcott's room. |I helped her pack." "Puck?" i "She la leaving on the evening (train." "Oh, no, she isn't!" Ellis contradicted her. "No one leaves this ihousc until I give the word." "But, officer!" Glad Wcstcott 'protested this order. She rolled her ib!g eyes In Ills direction. "I've sim- |ply got to catch the evening train. My mother's expecting me." "Sorry." He refused to b vamped. "No one can leave. When were you this morning when you weren't packing?" She pouted, reproachfully: was in bed, oflicer," she drawlcc] T never get tip before ten o'clock.' "Did ruijone ice you there?" "Why, olUccr!" Chief Ellis' neck turned fiery red 'One up for Georgia," whisperer Phil, and I giggled, but sickly. "Quiet, please!" Ellis glared a us. "Now you, Miss--" he signals "Arc jon colling mo a Hart 1 * Delia Craig. "What have you to say'" The actress regarded him coldly. 'Nothing whatsoever." She had ivldcntly made up her mind not to orgive his earlier lapse. "You were a friend of the deceased ?" "Naturally." "She invited you here?" "The family invited me." "I sec. You arc Delia Craig, the actress, are you not?" "And where were you this morn- "In my boudoir." "So?" He regarded her suspiciously. "What were you douig there?" "I was writing letters." "Alone?" Delia's glance would have frozen on Eskimo. "Quite!" "All right." His eyes rested upon Toots Lemoinc, and that young woman twisted and untwisted her jeweled lingers In her lap. Lcmoine?" He consulted a scrap of paper in his hand. "That's me," affirmed Toots, and crossed her legs so that her silken shafts wero revealed above her knee. "You arc a guest here?" "Yeah." "A friend of tho deceased?" "Not exactly." She cocked her head to one side and exploded her bombshell. "I'm engaged to Richard WiUierspoon!" "No!" cried Daphne involuntar- "Say!" Toots forgot her role of lady and reverted to type. "Are you calling me a liar? Ask him! Ask your darling little brother! Co on, ask him!" She glared at Richard. The boy's eyes were glued to her face. Once at a street carnival I saw a snake the glazed eyes o£ which watched those of the Egyptian snake charmer who owned him as Richard's watched Toots. He was as if mesmerized; he bobbed his head jerkily at her command. "It's true," he said, and he sounded as hopeless as a man can sound. "We're engaged." "Oh, Dickie!" Beneath her rouge Glad Wcstcott .poled. "How could you?" "I'm sorry, Glad." "Sorry, eh?" Toots said shrilly. "Sorry for what? You asked me to marry you, didn't you? Didn't you ?" "No wrangl'ng, please." Ellis stepped in and took over tho reins "Did Mrs WiUierspoon approve o] your engagement, Miss Lcmoine?' "She--she didn't know." "Secret, ch?" "No, it wasn't!" Toots denlcc yulckly. "We just made up our minds this morning." "While Richard was in town?" Ellis demanded shrewdly. "Never you mind when!" Toota. was losing her temper. "Well," he changed the subject, "maybe you can tell me where you were between eleven and elcvcn-ftf- tccn this morning?" "I was in bed," snapped Toots, and this time the chief let wcli enough alone. It was Count Orsinl'a turn, next, H e a n s w e r e d promptly--toq promptly, in my opinion--the qucs- jons put to him. He was, he explained smoothly, a guest in tho louse at the Invitation of his fiancee, Miss Daphne Wltherspoon. Ha had met Miss Dapline in Paris tho winter before through mutual friends. Ellis got nothing from him, save the fact that ho had spent the* morning in his room, and had beer* seen thi-rc as late as eleven o'clock- by the maid who entered to change his bed. "I'll get to the servants later,"! promised the chief, and then turned! to Jeffrey Todington. "Arc youj also engaged to one ot the ladlesl present?" he inquired sarcastically' "I am not." Jeffrey's face fiusbedj and I guessed he was trying to re-' main cool and collected and refrain from punching- the chief of police on the nose. It turned out that Jeffrey was a house guest at tho Manor at Mr. Richard's invitation. Mr. Richard and he were fraternity brothers: and Jeffrey was a family friend o£ long standing-, rjcre was no mention made of hr relations or former relations !uth Daphne, but, then, I guess a n.an naturally doca not boast of being jilted by the girl he loves. And Jeffrey was in lova with Daplme. Any fool could tcl! that by the way he looked at her. "And where did you spend th» morning?" "I was in the aborctum, and as for as I know no one saw me there." "Communing with nature, ch?" Ellis was losing his temper. "That's my business!" Jeffrey's coolness threatened to rise to fever pitch. "And mine," added the chief soberly. "Everything connected with this household is my business-now!" And at Ills words I had another shivering spell. What secrets would this policeman unearth before he had finished witli us? What skeletons would he drag forth from dark, closets? I stole a quick glance about the room. Others, evidently, shared my fear and wonder, (To Bo Continued) Perry Trips Belle Vernon In Section 17 FOR JiENT--Three furnUhcd rooms, prKatc bath, electric refrtKcration. 204 Da\ldson Avenue Phone 917 Ton RE,T--Thrto furnished nish"d rooms, conveniences cntlon Phone M10-W. FOR DENT--Two furnished roomi for llRht housekeeping Inquire F Pislllll. next Y M. C A FOn RENT--Three or lour unfurnished rooms alonfl highway and near car line. E. ConncllbMlle Phone 694-W. FOR RENT--Two furnished Hi/lit housekeeping roomb Phone 53Q-J Real Estate for Rent Apartments and 1 Flals 74 FOR RENT--Five room apartment In- quicr 132 South 1711-n Eighth St Phone Business Places for Rent 75 WEIMER ARCADE--Entire second floor ."and room 13x70. street level Available " nt once PETEK R WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE Houses far Rent 77 FOR R1.NT--Seven room houc, furnace nnd bath. Hardwood floois Inquire, Robert Norrls, Phone. 505 FOR RENT--Sit room house, tntll. Gas. electric 411 Jefferson St Inquire W J I,onn. Phone H32-J. Meyersdalc MEYERSDALE, J.in. 11. -- Mrs. Hamilton Mc\Vhinnc_y and dnuRlitci, Miss Jcjn, h.ive retumcd from a two weeks' viMt u l t h rcl.itives in Pittsburgh Mr. and Mr^ Elmci Dia visited rc- l.ilivcs in D.ivib, Wi V.i., scveial days during the week. Mr. jnd Mrs,. George Mcjcrs of Hockwood visited at the home of the letter's mother, Mrs Maiy A. Brown, th 7 past week Miss Mar}' Smith of Latrobc w.is the gucbt of her sister, Mrs. J. F. Reich for a few das Dr. E R Saylor of Bcilin Was call- ins on friends here Sund.iv. Mr. nnd Mis. W. P. fraynor of Cumberland were recent visitors .it the Webei home on HiRh sticct Mis;, EhAi Westmillei has relumed from Castle Shannon where sITe visited relatives Mrs John Shciman and diuglitci. Miss Evelyn, were recent visitois to Cumberland Mrs. Mary King of ConnSllbville spent a fev/ days here visiting ic- latives and iiicnds John Bjer has returned to Washington, D. C, aftei visiting his mother, Mis. Margaret Bacr. Dr. and Mis. W. J Lofiue and children visited relatives in Johns- toun recently. Mrs Clarence Howe was visiting and shopping in Cumberland during the'week Mr. and Mn Eufic-'ie Ciowc nnd son, Byrl, spent Monday m Fricnds- ville, Md Mrs. Eugene Mangle has relumed from Washington, D. C , wheie she visited her father, W W Stiver F. Pis. FOR RENT--Bungalow suitable lor small family. Located on Street, Phone 1728. South Plttsburg Peny Township High imncxed its, second victory in Section 17 with a jelling 43-17 victory over Belle Vernon Tuesday night at the Peny- opolis Rm. The home club got off to a fast start in the initial period nnd steadily widened the margin as the game pro- Kicsscd Wilkic topped the scorcis with 15 points. The line-ups' Uellc Vernon Tcsli, Giant, Feifiuson, c McNeil, g . _ Greco, R . . B isile, f D ivvson, g N" Olivci, c N. Oliver, f . O'Lcaty, Totals Pcrryopolis Buttermoic, f ,, Wilkie, f Halvonik, c Statzula, Frency, g Blair, f Beck, g Marshall, g .. Sennko, c . Totnls Scoic by pcnodr Belle Vernon s Peri yopohs Referee--John. Homes. You will find desirable homes and home yites advertised in our classified columns. Howitzer Company Dribblers Topple Scoifdale Guard HowiUcr Company basketball club flashed to a brilliant victory over the Service Company of Scottdale by a 40-28 score. The local soldiers piled up .111 11-pomt lead in the lirst half and added to this throughout the last two nuartcis. Cohgan nnd Smidtke paced the guaidsmen's, attack with 12 and 11 points. The line-ups: Hou ilzcrs G. Rosensteel, f 3 Barrett, f t Kolick, f 1 Smidtke, c 4 Vanorsdalc, g :.,s Coligan, g 5 Tolnk 20 Service Co. G Comvay, f .. .. 3 F. Pis. 11 12 13 2 10 4 1 10--17 7 11 15--43 Bribery Trial Halted. TAUNTON, M,iss, Jan. 11 --Judge James C Donnelly declaied .x mib- tiiiiJ in the tnal or Mayor Leo E J. Cainiy ot New Bcdfoid on an indictment, dial gins he solicited a $25,000 bubo in connection with a gaibagc collection conUact because, he said one of the jurois "had been talking too much about the trial out- bide." Livcngood, t . _ _ 2 13. Zcarley, c .. 2 Harris, g '2 R Livcngood, 8 1 S. Zcarlcy, g .. - 2 Badml, g . 0 0 46 F Pts. 7 28 Tot.ili 12 Scoring by quarters Howit2ci Company 14 5 14 13--4G Seivicc Company . 3 5 8 12--28 Kcfcree--Hayes. Umpire--Robinson. Gasoline Salesman Held for Shortage UNIONTOWN, Jan. 11. --John Logan of "montown is being held n the county jail in default of $L',50( bond on larceny and embezzlement charges after officials ot the compnnj for which he worked became suspicious of him Logan, a truck dnver for a Smocl gas company, was telling another salesman how much gas he w.is srtl- inj' nnd examination of rccoids contradicted this btoij. _ Investigation however, revealed he had rcpoitet only about half of the gasoline sold while he pocketed the dilTcrence, i is. charged. SCOTTDALE HIGH BEATS NEIGHBORS Outclasses Ramsay to Count Another Win in League Race. ZEARLEY SETS SCORING PACE SCOTTDALE, Jan. 11.--The Blue and White baskctcers of Scottdalo High turned on the heat to take a 42 to 29 decision over Ramsay High Bobcats o£ Mount Pleasant at State Armory Tuesday night. It was the second win in three starts for Bill Lohr's quintet that camo through with 18 double deck- ers while Ned Culler's boys, outscored in each period, tallied an even dozen from the flcld. Zcarlcy set the gait with eight field goals and three free pitches for a total ot 10 points. The summaiy: i Scottdalc ' G. Zcarloy, i 8 Ross, f . 4 Akers, c 2 Hnuis, R 3 J. Randolph, g 1 F. Pts. 19 10 4 6 3 Totals Ml. 1'loas.int I'udnik, f Lciir, f Keller, c Cieck.ij, K Ceimito, n Walker, R . 18 G. 6 42 F. Pts. Tot.iK Scoring by quarters: Scottdnle Mt Plc.te.int Referee--Snyder. 11 7 2 6 0 3 29 8 12--42 7 7--29 Dioi at Frostburp. John VoKtman, a brother of Wil- hum and Chailes Vogtman of Mey- crsdale, died Tuesday at his home at Frobtburg, Md.

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