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·I'.'.. I 'I vv VUi. THE UOUHI1UK, UOIVIVJJIijJj» V 1'A. W E D N I O h D \Y. /I \.\l A H Y 213, HIP, Canalization of Yough; What It Means to City cle- ( C o n t i n u e d fre.m fa go One. river wai designated as a State h i g h w a y in IStO. In 1S47 si plan volopcd for slack* liter In tho and t w o dams were constructed, one hick at Kllrod. Hit* second at Buena Vleta. These locKb supplied slack- v a t o r navigation trom JVIcKeespcrt to \Vost Newton. Tlio- loclw wpro completed lu 1X40 iufl wero ifcOfl u n t i l I h n w i n t e r oC 1SCI, w h e n heavy gorged I f f injured the dams. These- were rr- through dhnnnete. 7.--Proper system in prepara- t i o n iud order of testimony eo t h a t coiroboiative and c u m u U i t l v e ef- foct may be Insured. " f ( , of course, will be u n d e r s t o o d t h a t prior to the h e a r i n g an oxhaiui- t i v o -study must be- tn.itlo oC previous survoye. h e a r i n g , proce -dings, etc , and t h a t engineers must ho employed o check up all geoloprieil, hvdrologiral and other technical c«nd,Ulone. Tho aired and navigation resumed u n t i l j corps of engineer« is not*pationt w i t h about Juno 1, 1865, \vhen f u r t h e r in- lurle's caused d i s c o n t i n u a n c e ot navi- ;atlon. During this time the Uenet-ce and Shrlvor'lwwl made d a i l y t r l p n f r o m West Newton to I'ttlsburg and many shorter trlp« wore made- by other boats. Coal ivas shipped In largo quantities Following the -second break long continued dKcusMon of the Yough at) part 01 the proposed Chesapeake Ohio Canal Hyntf-m prevented t u r l h t i r private enttfrptlip-* from restoring A l l carolesaness in thla vork Coal mid Coke o( " R e f e r r i n g now to t h e byfcia ot our presentation, we find i h a t our natural \\alerpower an the u p p e r reaches of: our shed is excellent. Thai our gallon volume flow per second at Connelh.- ille Is ample and t h a i through proper i m p o u n d i n g measures we w i l l first hive enough power to Kiipply any n u m b e r of Industries, ;tipply navigable sUickwater in tho d'y sea-son with navigation. From the tune w h e n in- comparatively low co.st for upkeep, hut land waterway acttvitieu were turned over to the G o v e r n m e n t various sur- atr to flood control measures we will haw; harnessed ai an industrial and have been made by Government i tiatr,portaUcm «sset a tremendous engineers, se-vero! of w h i c h were lav- | ()U . e w l l l c h ,,. a ,, m e(1 Io r u n w i w arable. I n 1925 ,,n u n t a v o i a b l e report ( woukl a(kl b t m mor( tn! ninis ot dol- Deserts Society for Stage was rendered on t h e McKefliport-West j .Newtoti etroatch followed by a n o t h e r survey which resulted in the recent re-hearing at Pittsbur^. How Hlu-r Projects Ad 111 nee "It roust be understood uvU the G o v e r n m e n t has a d e f i n i t e policy a.s to Its w a t e r w a y piciKraui which I n c l u d e s (ho e l e m e n t ^ ol waterpowtr, flool ton- irol. Irrigation and navigation, and 'ill of these elements holp In forming its Htirvev conclusions. I t is probable t h a t t i t some past hearings thls policy ha*, not been adhered to by luiviga- j t i o u proponent*- w h o rat hot have been * i n c l i n e d t o n t r c ^ i s the n a v i g a t i o n f e a - J l u i c f c in its relation to possible^ n e w ; industries, hence- when the C o u n c i l s - j v i l l e Board of Trade re-opened t h i i mnHer i'ist f a l l d e f i n i t e i n f o r m a t i o n line! been secured as to tho importance i i f other l e n t u r e t i . T h o manner i n , w h i c h ricer projects a d v a n c e is ijiuewhat as C o l l o w h . I "Through tho influence of Congress-; men and others tho project is sometimes brought up hi the form of a b i l l ] in tho House, which may result in the iippropriuUou of a euro of money f o r , · -.ftrvoy purposes if successful. The' lOnglneor Coriis is asked to make a l p r e l i m i n a r y examination ind if t h i s , s p s u l t e fcatibf-ictorily a definite eco-1 n o m i c and encchioM'tiig survey is then J made t h r o u g h tho oltue oE the Dist r i c t Kngineov who makes his recommendations md f o r w a r d s t a m e ' t h r o n g h channel*, via division ·f-ngi-' neor and thence to the chief of t h e j K n g i n e e r Oorpb. From his office it ih l e t e i r c d hack to tho Itiveri, and Harbors Committee- of Congress and -t may be that It will upon request recommend appropriation for construction purposes. If on tho other. hmd tho su/ve-y In unfavorable- a rehearing may be anked for to p r o v i d e ' tor other ,uul additional evidence in ' i.tvor 0C the project. In preparing ' our cafae for the reoent hearing w e j consultod Army engineers, tho Kirs to the flood lonse, already suffered j | for year's and years bv the whole lower \ a l l e v and I n d U b t r k U district. "Thus far, therefore, we have two clement*, of tho Oovoi nment'ij program, both at (.he Comie-llHville- end of tho river, which b h o u l d - o a long way tow a r d j u s t i f y i n g the Government's investment, !nd leadi us to the tonnage i t e m ; slnco i r r i g a t i o n i« neither necessary nor predi cable- ot our dife- trlct "It previously b ir been assumed that coal and coke v ould be our major 'tonnage elements ; nd large tonnage has been indicated, but there is more available coal bet u eon West Newton and (.'onnellsville t h a n t h e r e ifc be- tttoeu West New ton and McKeesport. In f'lct both the Pi tsbtirg Coal Comp a n y , through Vicf-l'reeiclent Kooth, and the H C. Frklc Coke Company, t h r o u g h Secretary Gates, told us t h a t r i v e r " transportation would release from 80,000,000 to 100,000,000 tons, and TiO.OOO.OOO tons resi ectively. The Friclc C o m p a n y :i ade its- h u g e relecee of Connellavllle coal dependent upon canalization reach ng Connellsvllle. "In addition to t h i s heavy coal tonnage there are biiiiUantlal holdings by other conosrns In the Connoltevilla sector which are . i w a i t n g river traiiH- pottation. From a few milea above Counollsvillc to tho mouth of Jacobs cre-ek, having r o u g h l y followed tho river contours, tbere is an available wealth of quarry-able minerals, the tonnage of which would be almost un- bo.lle-va.bio were \ not determined by professional e n g i n e e r i n g statement. Included in thie Are Devonian s^artd rock, fossiliferou- lime or cement rock, bluesitono or traji rock or Belgium block, red ehale, conglomerate sand rock, file stone stratum, flint fire clay, Piedmont sand stone, which is a roof for 'C' p r i m e coa! bed, plastic fire clay or Bolivar clay, ns.li pot lime rock, all I t o t a l i n g at leas 15,000,000,000 tons 1 Blossom, debutante/, announced her pitas to dcs«rt her social sat ol New York, Boston and Palm Beach, and devote most of her time la effort to reach starring heights on the musical comedy sttga. She win spent the Summer in Europe, and ill the Fal will join the company o ' an operetta, which ran in Paris last year, t ana whictt may L a produced in New York. ConiK'llsvfUc's HIi mping; ( critoi hafl done ita beet in t h i s activity. Tho YoughJogheny R i v o r Improvemont Association has a« its. officer^, C, N. Shaw, president of the Fii*t National Bank oC McKeesport and prxjaident of. the McKoeeport Chamber of Connnoree as Its }reeldent. The- speaker is rice- president, anl A. N. Stevenson o£ West Newton, secretary and treasurer Directors are to lie appointed from all towns in the YoughioRheiiy V a l l e y . The membership if, rapidly growing. We aro in constant touch n l t h "Washington OR to developments, w h i c h v,o hope may he favorable b o t h us to the result.' of the recent heading and ao to the incluson in the Rivers and Jl.irhars bill of our requested appropriation for ?50,000 for survey from Connellsvillo to West Newton. Uem-ember that the upper part of the river cannot be finished w i t h o u t the louver part On the other hand the- lower part depondh upon our section for ( h e water power and flood control elements as well as the IremomioUH a d d i t i o n a l tonnage outlined f o you. "You may have reorl in the Pittfi- burg papers of yesterday a« to the actiriSy which has been developed exactly along the MUCH of General Washington's original survey "Kiwaniana, is this whol* project visionary or do you now feel that it is practicable'' Do you feel that the work done thus far is thorough? ro you feel t h a t it !« worthy of support in every m a n n e r possible bv every loyal citizen of f o n n e l l s v i l l p and the YouKhiogheny Valley?" Dream Tracings Are Possible, Says Savant «t W a s h i n g t o n where I ^vent In c o m p a n y \vnh eight public spirited men who, !!'e myself, "wanted to loi\rn all t h a t WHS possible about iiiland w a t e r w a y e . "12ach one of ue agreed that the experience and Information there obtained was invaluable. We were treated in tine ehape and c«iine oway u-iij) more honoie and favors than wo had never dreamed of receinrig:. We attended a l l sessions of the Congress, cam" in contoct w i t h river authorities of half eon'ury experience, had a most gratifying interview with Major General Brow;t, chief of the Army Engineer Corpt, formed the Youghiogheny f t i v e r Improvement Association with tho coopeiation of McKeesport, West Xewton and SiHorville, and under the guidance ot Congrefeamen K e l l y , AVint awl Kondall. The I n d i v i d u a l s « ho wont down to attend a convention came back a victorious fighting unit toady for development vpork and for preparation of material to be produced at the hearing which was called by the Army for Monday, January 20, I9o0, at the, Federal Building, Pittsburg, I'a. J acts, Data .Required "In preparation tor a re-hearing c crtam reaentialfe must be fcupplied not herctotoro- adduced: 1. -- N*w facts and fig'urefl as to potent! il tonnage must bo set forth and this made eKsential the Inclusion of Connollsvllle Region data hi nee it had previously been announced t h a t Insufficient tonnage- d i d not justify canalization. 2 -- Trope r representation tit. to w.Uer -volume flow and water power, .'! -- Definite Information as to p.ibt flood hiblory and conseciuent i c s u U i and benofito Trom perma- n e n t l o m o u i l of tins menace by (1 ol l o n t t n l t h i o u i i r h reservoir Ui In. inipoiindini;, etc. ' \ ·-ut.i-.tantial a t t e n d a n c e of i i i l f rr-ite-d p a r l i o a al the h e a r i n g , a-^ on a n o t h e r occasion an u u t a \ o i « b l c - ropoi I i\ id- l e n d e t c i t d u e to 1 .11 k c I p u b l i c i n t o i e s t " The pn notice 01 e i i f r i n c p i *., \ p e i i s and q n a l i h f ' d i x u d i t u e s of i n t e u ,1-. i\ lui c a n dihl w i l l , . l l l l l l O l i t . L l H l ' l y , i l l ( l K i l l i,;ly a - Hi ( i i « i e i - \ l luiinasris ! and which if quarried and chipped at National R i v e t s and Harbors Congress ( die rate of 30 barges per day, 1,000 and well I n f o r m e d Industrial factors, j tonw to the bars-'. 300 days In a year Tho board ^ h e n ^ designated me to j \vould require over 1,440 year« tor .ittetid the Rivers and Harbor Con- Gcnerninent's Program "Much of this mineral is merchantable, is not d i f f i c u l t to reach, is lo.st sight of bolow lacobs creek and Jt mmply iwaiting the cheap transporta- t i o n necessary (o enable profitable turnover Thl- is an exceedingly formidable eet up ot potential wealth and gives a Eunhor conception of the valuable contribution from the Con- iielltivilie dislric t to the tonnage of the Youghiopheny Hivor. We have, therefore, in generous measure the three 1 .11 fit U » U ! , | » l \ \ l ' l l U l n i l l t \ t H l l i H ' l l H l l J O i l li The j u t I M I . K H I M 01 , i i i -u c i i i a i c p.ijn i l«Kik i n t i i p l i i i i l i v iu,t[^, i t a l i - f i ( \»\^ t f . - ' l n i i i n l i i l n etc ' I l i f m a ' Ux-iinionj piodut'j"- i f x ii I ]·' ' i f . i r u i t s c l n l r ( h e ;Oiil. ^ n r n i i i d ' M i i in i»'M S H I - ai ion n i l clemnts iiceesa y to the Government's program, and tills tremendous tonnage would not be p i o f i t a b l y available were tho Connellbville district not included in the Youghio^heny impioveinont. "The Govern mert's essential aim it not only a tremendous inland waterway development but a combjned transportation nytr-m involvins the railroads, the highways, and the air. Just Imagine ( onnpllsville'fi outstanding position v Ith lour railroads and a f i f t h on the way, immediate accos- b l b i l i f y to the three great t r u n k Mgh- nays, an a i r p o r t already dedicated and the walei way project under dis- suseion, which if completed will give ue immediate accost, to Southern and South Americ in ports from our own port here. Suould this sybtem when completed a p p e a l t o industries specialize on ilistrbutlon facilities? As io Industries "You will oosfti've that not one word hae boon sal I thus far about consequent i n d u s t i l a l development, but you will find very l i t t l e available ojrnc o on the Mononga he-la or other navigable waterways iieui J J i t t t , b u r g because they aro tal« u up by industries seeking cheap ti ansportallou These industrial s'lo' aro valued very h i g h l y and it i\ould scarcely bo necessary to urge industr ecs m a n u f a c t u r i n g heavy matorial to put «iteft on th-c '·Yough- lotiheny Kiv r at 'i much lower co.st t h a n on the ahe-ady devolope:l w a t e r - w a \ i . T h i n v foi a moment of tho n u m b e r of met] neccssaiy for employment in d r e d g i n g , basin and reservoir eve n a t i o n , !«m a n d lock b u i l d i n g , ck L o n - s t n K t i o i i , t h e p i o h ; ot a l a c t o r y lor conj . s u u i t i u n o! )x)at- tor the m i n i n g of [ lu-w h d(".o pc-d c o a l , tot tlu- q u a t r y - ! i i i - f «! m i n i .i!i . I'm l h i const i m lion i ol' t a c i o i u t toi iiu- n w u i i i i u g ill Hit-lie [ lac l o u t - , w ii-n t a u m s l i u i t i - d r J ' i y ' ,u«l \ I M I I | I .- ( l i e ( u - i n t ' i u U i u - . i n c - i u . i s p d ! ~hi[jm_'U , m i n i C o t i n i ' l l i \ ) ) | i \ v l l i i j a i c n s ( . i | u in umc.«ib^ in l a i l m a d i L U - U l i t Ml*- 111 tis w h i c n ' X [ i c " ic n e t It.lr I , s l i u H i i t o o M o w w a t i i t t i U d p v t - l o p ( m 111 .uid ' h u h is i t ^ h i u i i M i i i K l i a.' ' I ' M i n 1 ' o i i - n i ' n b n V ' m i i p nt na , ' PI! i ' I - p u t 1 1 1 i n t j d It · l||(| s i n ' I I \ i l l c I J o j i ' l " I GREAT QUANTITIES OF MAIL FOR DEAD LETTER OFFICE The need of properly addressed maile IB effecttvefy presented in the following statement w h i c h appeared in a rwent issue of the Hoist, published at the. United States Naval Training Station at «an JMego, Calif. "During the last fi-seal year, ending- June 30, a total of 23,079,019 letteia were sent to the dwl-Jotter office In AVfibhington and Ha live branches, located at Chicago, Now Yotk, San Francibco, Honolulu, T. H. and at San Juan, p. I, '"As a result of addre««e« w i l h i n the envelopes, 3,800,65-1 letters could be deliveied. However, over 19,000,000 wc-ro destroyed. Tho undelivorablo k-t- ters contained va!ualle oncJosuroH a m o u n t i n g to $5, ·125,10(181. Money f o u n d in dead letters amounted to $]01,811.01 w h i l e t h e nominal v n l n e 01' d i a f t s , money orclerfi and chock,,, \vus 'I**fliluro to put return addressees c^ii mail matter is confined a l m o M e n t n e l j .fan. 29 --.Irrespective of -whotih-er rlroams i av« or Slave not any a b h t m r t sign tlcance, their existence nxiy lie tra 'cd to physiological caiises, d'-ciared Dr. Ed- wanl Jxdhol7,, of the U n i v e r s i t y of Pennsylvania, School ot' Medic sic. Dr. l/odhol/5 explained that drettniR occur d u r i n g a sUto of droA'sine^fi feomevvherp boliveen l*ep and waking "They aro t h e arcliltect« of ihought, tiro caricature*, -of persone in . waking state," h-o declared. "Dreams wlilc-h seem to xineume centuries, last in reality but a short time. Thw v a r i o u s part« of i dream, ileslgntess and Incoordinate, a -e woven into an e x q u w i t e ynipl o n y of thought." IIo cxplnined ihat the re i«on for thlnRH in dieaniH Mo taken m mammoth proportions and the HI pcarance of "pink Ruinf-a pips and wingcc! turtles" if, d u e to a tendency to revert to tho i n f a n t i l e stage. "irowever," Dr. Ludhoz s id, "certain 1hlng« fceen In a dream ory often can be linked up to an actual situation. For example, ,i doxitip m a n breathed the scent of perfume. When ho awoke he said he had dreamed r' h a v i n g visited a perfume shop m C, iro " WOMAN FORSAKES POT FOR HIMMER CINCINNATI,, O , Jan 29--From proprietress ot a d plica-tea en to tho lole of building contractor .vns just a step for Mrw Hoi I U t)a^ if., Cincinnati's only f e m i n i n e bi ikl-er and mother of an 11-year-old hi y. And after more t h a n a 7 ear in her prwietil occupation, Mre lavla says she wouldn't exchange" a r u l e and claw-haminet for the mofc profltablo felore in the i-ity. She leained liow to reaf h l u e p i i n t s and distniRiiii,)! a iotet in in a rafter winio oporat ing a r-stau ant during development of a lea! -state subdivision. A 1)iild!ng superintendent, geng foreman, carpenter plaatererfe and laboier.s a l l w n e d a- hor tutore. When the project v\aa cc nplctcxl and the workrnen moved on to lower fields, Mrs. Davis closed hor ro opened a del!c-aleinn. w h i l e pHprietiefc-s a i l m l t l it« own volition, so hh Inilldlng. Her f i r s t a r h i e \ o m e r i t for her.srjf and s h o r t l y af entered p . u t n f - r H l i p w i t h mother contractor. A i l r - r fr«Tl!ii£f 4 ) homes, t h e partnership dim-lived and tho f e m i n i n e member l a u n c h e d u p o n her own re- ·ourcet. At present .she lias hrro hoiihCfl u n d e r c o n s t r u c t i o n and 1 employes un her regular payroll "A woman," Mrs. Oav over ,\ eel of b l u e p r i n t t a u r a n t and t, t h e erst- d) closed of ' turned to VHH a house to Jotters, It seems .strange t h a t persona c a n n o t take ( i r n e to p u t on r e t u r n addrctfies so t h a t their letters may bo r e t u r n e d if deliveries c a n n o t be m a d e It would take loss Than n m i n u t e longer to address the letter p i o p e r l y and it would save a greot a m o u n t ot v,ork for powtofflce employes The government- has tried to improve t h e Importance of this on t h e p u b l i c m i n d j , L u for several yours. r urcess jtifit t h e ,amo as"Mail coiKlltloiifi Jn the Js'avy a i e d o u b l y dlfflcuU b e c a i i b r of t h e - frequent change of d u t y and f l i c iim.le- , quate. forco of postal dorks (o h a n d l e 1 Members · he traffic. Therefore- see ( h a t y o u r ! memDCrS i r i e n d n and lamllies h a v e your i-orrr-ct' addren. at all tmifcs, md urge t h e m i l w a j s to placo fh^eir re-turn on all mail matter." f o m m c n l e d "tan bo a man." a Family Kilt Most Economical Garment, Scot Says R.v U n i t e - . ] Press nOTHKSAY, Scotland, Jan 20- reation the Scotch w e a r k i l t s i cause they ere economical, to Ixiul Colum C r i t L h t o n S U u i r t , M, I'", a Scotsman h i m s e l f and b r o t h e r ol tho .Martinis B u t e I l k , Haboiii, lor (he COW M B U S , 0 , J a n . ' 0-- -Mrs. VV. HI. H a l l , in) can cMaim m o i c eci:lhlastical conneclioin perluipi./ 1,1 an any olh^r DPioou.s In Uio slti 1 a. Se-venioeii memberb of her innmcdii te family haver f o r s n K o n w o r d l y Mrn. M a l l a r d w h o l i V ' Columbii.s s u b u r b , wa- of a m i n i s t e r , t h e late OtlK'i . Her h i i b h a i i d mmk.tor and ,m u n c I dpi gy ma n. Si\ hro'th tho f o o t s t e p , , of t h - i r w h o m |IP'I b c i u r e he hi', '-Uuhe The o l h c , o!(1 ,,, ., , t J , 1 0 1 4 4 i , , h u a i u K i l p o i n t plaids was i n c e t i i i ^ in"Ki oin a ti s a i d , "I can e x p e i i t - l i e c Hi il i in I-.I ec o i K i u i i i al j,ai i n c u t 1 s.u )nji-k,o t- to i 11 j o l . j l i O i e t h i - r o 1 D e l i a i u r i hi IK), o l V I P W , ' 10111 ,| K i l t , i \f~ 15 H u r t in ·M.UU'i.lKiO Tire ! ' I 1 1 I . A I 3 ! J I , I ' 1 U A J u i L"!. i - . t u - f l i i R i n n i M U) r , j i i c i i e - . H i n i t - d ,11 i| ( K i n . o i h i ,, ' » « ii b ) o i, I i i f l,i. i li.uo. v u n H i (tit md a in ,11 i i i i o i i j , t l i r - !i t f coon, ( i r e l l u i , \\ isc ( i n s i / i . .11 I l l i n o i s , ,11 1* ^ l i i l :H i i , t i u - i i r i ' l i f i i u u - , M i l a t i o T h e - l U i i i ·! H i t l l k l ' W ii C K'l\ ' K i l l l k 111 u l c l l t i o n t i l t ' HfM s l i . i i u (!i e l h t f i r i ! l o \ S ( d t c - i s HI ili'p.n t w h r - l l i ions for a re- i n i n I j l n d e n , a 111.-- daughter Rev J M. o i m e r l WSP a alto w a s a r lollowecl lither, one had t-ompio'ed l i v e , A l h e d 0 W l l l i r f r n 'olo , K j a H k ' \S LI , George ' 1 l''r d C i e U i c i , ' In of l l r l o n i-, i n In tiu v A l l i e d h e n t \ \ o daiiu;li- 'ip v o i c e ot lor- Dne d a u s j h t e i , i n l 1 ' I n l w i , t h r Men's Pajamas A farK'y pa jama made of fast, color broad- c'lolh in middy and coat stylos. Collar at- tachncl and home afe m;i/io w i t h elnstic webbing. S%es -- 1$ Lo 19. Men's Sweaters Part Wool $1.95 A group of Men's part wool jersey sweaters in colors of Oxford, brown and (an. Sizes -- 36 to 44. Values from $2.45 to $2 !J5. (Troiitmun's -- First, Vloor) Children's Books 50c In Uin series of--Tom Swift, Halph, Rox Lfp, BoljbBey Twins, J 3 u n n y Brown, Honey B u n c h , Mvangelin, Peo WPP Harris, Don. liador, I'oppy Otts, Jorry Todd, and Polly. (Trontman's--IMrs-t Floor) Marquisette f/O-inch Ivory C'riss Cross Curtains, plain or Marquipcttc. 2'/i yards long. tiO-ineh Cream Criss Cross (Curtains, p l a i n or Point D'Mspeit with lai'gc f u l l rulflos. Onr bosl selling curtain, a pair $1.68 }4-inrh by 2 !/ i yards long, Sand color Marquisette Panels. Friiimxl and side hrrnmed, plain or with Ihrco QQ,» tucks, a strip ... OOv ·10-inrh by 2 ] /i yards lon^, Ecru Mar( j i i i s e t t e PtinoLs. Selvage odgc a ad i ringed, a strip . . . . (Tnnitnian's- Second Floor) Women's Leather Bags $1.95 A lot of Women's Leather Handbags, . . . hack strap, underarm, and swagger strap styles . . . in colors of Blat-k and Brown. Rpgular ,$U,!)r value. Another lot of purses in same styles d*6 ACT and colbrs . . . $',',.95 value . ._ UDU.«/D ( rrontmnn'i--Firsi, Floor) 39-Inch Flat Crepe .28 yard All l l n j o n Deluster Flat' Crepe, excellenl weight w i t h soft finish, ;nd w a s h a b l e m a t e r i a l C O I / O K S -- Hotieyk'w, Jl'cach, Orchid, .Imlc, and (Jornl (Trout mini's First 1'lonr) Look! Real Bargains! Buy Your Truck and Bus Tires Now! You'll save money. We have a limited supply of the following sizes: These Are Cash Prices: We Recharge Batteries 305 West Crawford Ave, Phone 319 I -- a "w.uit" A H D j n i e J A Rei-d, of New York, a n l fe!loi-' l - l ;iipport"i-s of a. bill w h u h he lw^ - p o n ^ n r i 'i p r o v i d i n g f-r th* pxten'-ion nf t h e O o v n n m e n t s f l r t i v i t i e s in v o c a t i o n a l e d u c a t i o n W i t h them m e crippled citizens u h o are now in process of r i habilitation and who were brought togethfi- 'o a p p e a r h-fore the HOU^P- f ' O ) i ) n i : t l ( » on Educa- t i o n 1,, f t to riRht ( n a n H t n g l , Congres'rncn G l o v e r of Arkansa,-. Lamhcrlson of K a n s a s , Pat- of AUibama, K v a l e of Minnesota, and Roed of New York.

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