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PACK K I C I I T THE DAILY COURIER. CONNF3T,T,SVILL,E. PA. MONDAY, JANUARY 1C, 1!)30. Courier Classified Advertisements LASSIFIED AD RATES- o oi Quick Results Special Yearly Rates Upon Request 1 and 2 runes: Per line. Sc cash, lOc -char S e Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line. 7c cash: Sc charge Ads to be Run C 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. "Cards of Thnnks." 50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Speaa/-Your Ad Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Sixl-JSpea'a/ "No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card ot Thanks KELLY--We desire to thank our many friends and neighbors lor the kindness and sympathy extended us during our recent sad bereavement, the death of our brother, Mr. Francis Kelly. Especially do we wish to thank those \vho sent flowers, those w,ho so kindly furnished cars and nil who assisted us In any way. Mr. and Mrs. James Kelly and Edward Kelly. Business Service Business Service Offered IS FISHERS UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. Â·Â·URNITURE REPAIRS RECOVERINCS HONE 96Â« 322 SO PITTSBUHG ST. SKATES SHARPENED BY MACHINE-Hollow ground, 25c pair. Saw flllng and all edged tools sharpened. R. D. Tcn- ncnt. 208 W. Washington Avenue. Financial Need Money 40-B NEED CASH-IrTii hurry? We'll lend you $300 or less on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Automotive Automobiles (or Sale 11 WINTER SPECIALS IN BETTER USED CARSIII Â·Â· - 1038 Ford Tudor Deluxe Sedan with very low mileage, 'used very little Â»s a demonstrator. $235 Down: '532.70 Monthly. 1937 Chevrolet Sedan. $160 Down: $23.86 Monthly. 1937 Ford V-s Tudor Sedan. $150 Down; $22.B2 Monthly. 1937 Ford V-8 2-door Sedan. $139 Down: Â· $21.65 Monthly. 1933 Dodge Deluxe Coupe, equipped with Radio and Heater. $150 Down; $22.82 Monthly. 1935 Ford V-8 4-door Sedan. $118 Down: $2020 Monthly. 1935 Ford Tudor Sedan. $118 Down: $20.23 Monthly. 1933 Ford 2-door Sedan. $70 Down; $13.50 Monthly. 1932 Oldsmoblle "6" Sedan, $125. 1931 Ford Deluxe Roadster. $40. 1930 Ford .Roadster. $35. 1829 Ford Tudor Sedan. $40. EXCELLENT TRUCK BUYS I 1935 Chevrolet W-ton Pickup Truck. 1933 Ford V-8. 1%-ton Truck, equipped with special Produce Body, dual rear wheels. $100 Down: $21.70 Monthly. Very, Very Easy Terms! Â· WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. W. CRAWFORD AVENUE. PHONE 407. Open Evcnlngsl Open Sundaysl SEE THEM TODAY! O-K USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings 'till tt o'clock. Open Sundays till 6 o'clock. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 258 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. USED CARS! SEE OUR SELECTION! E E VAN SCOY. INC, 259 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHON3 243. YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS. S21 SO. P1TTSBURG ST. PHONE 8 WHEN YOU HAVE something which you would like to sell just call. 12 or 1 for a Classified ad-taker. Your ad on this page will surely catch the eyes of Inter ested buyers. AN AD A DAY keeps the Sheriff away Let us explain our yearly low rate on consecutive advertising. Phone 12 or 13. THE QUICKEST WAY to Ret what yol Â·want is to use one of these Classlficc Ads. DONT waste lime- wishing--look ove the classified ads and sea how easily yoi can get what you want. HONESTLY told--honestly sold, throug! the classified ads. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE. AYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. T D GARDNER. MGR. GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James It Lauchlln--INSUR- ANCE See mo for rates 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520. Moving. Trucking. Storage 25 FOR MOVING . . PHONE 50. DULL'S rRANSFER 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 Bills!--Binding)--Calling Cardil Bill IJcadxl--Letter Heads! For Rent Cards I--For Sale Cards I No Trcspas-tinc Sign.* For Sale! All Work.Fully Guaranteed! All At ^Reasonable Rates! COURIER "JOB DEPARTMENT. 11ONE 65. DAILY COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 81. Professional Services EXPERT TRUSS FITTING-- Elastic Hosl. cry and other surgical appliances A. A. ,Clarke-. PH G DruRRlrt. 323 North Plttsburg Street. Phono 194. Employment Help Wanted--Female EARN UP TO $13 WEEKLY COMMIS SION--Taking orders for Pure Slik lloilcry. 3 pairs $1.25. Perfect Fl Hosier}-. AE-221 N. Broad. Philadelphia Pa. Help Wanted--Male HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY!--An established business producing good earnings will be offered the right mnn in Conncllbvlllc. Honesty, energy and good common sense is nil that Is re quired. Write fully stating qualifier lion-;. Address Box No. 3G7, Newark N. 3. STEADY WORK--GOOD PAY--Reliable mnn wanted lo call on farmers In Faycttc County. No experience capital required. Make up to $12 n day Write Furst Thomas, Candlcr Bldff Baltimore. Md. MAN--For' small coffee.'route, business no experience; up to $45 first week more later; fict new automobile a bonus. Let me write you full details Mills, 7010 Monmouth. Cincinnati, O. A FF.W MINUTES spent In looktn. over tho classified ads each day will sav you many hours and dollars in getting Just what you want. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 10 21 34 36" 30 17 31 27 37 18 32 26 33 20 ACROSS 1--Movable 25--Gemma 6--Bow of a 26--The (Old ship form t 10--Empty 27--A close- II--Burning hnlrtd dog 12 Oceans 29--A catchword 13--Indian tent 32--Unlow S*--A simpleton 34--Affected 15--Above with pain 17--Food flali 35--Originator IS--Small pieces of an intelli 21--A slip gcnce test 23--Man's name 36--Think 24--A nestling 37--Dispute 1--Misgovern Z--United 3--A Phocnl- dan god 4--Those In office 5--French article 6--A pastry T--Fix Â·--Swedish coin 20--An igneous rock 22--Conditional relwlse of n pnsoner 23--Embrace 25--A roll 27--Cushion 28--Pineapple (Sp.) 2Â£t--Dejected 30--Falsehood 31--Any Jewel 32--A pronp 33--Fix firmly ist 6--River In England 11--Not manj 13--Dancers cymbals 14--River In Scotland - 16--Compcns5* 17--Letter S ' 18--Spoiled 19--Endeavor mi. Kinj Fcjtuci S)n4jca!e, Inc. Livestock Poultry, EKBS and Supplies 49 :Y DENNY'S BABY CHICKS--For money making Hock*. Blood tested. Popular breeds. 05 % llvablltty guaranteed. J. F. Denny. Yoilnswaod, Ta. 3'honc 281. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate R BECOME THE PROUD OWNER--Of your own home. Let me tell you how . . . stop In todny or phone, 17GO. Also building lott. In nil sections. Wm. P. McNulty. Eagles Building. South Arch Street. Merchandise Buildinsrs. Building Materials 53 OMPLKTE UNC--Of Shcrwtn-Wllllams Paints, for interior and exterior purposes. Stone Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 OMERSET POTATOES--5135 per bag. 413 E. Wa^hlnRton Avc. Phone 863-K. FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY! HERB'S ^ HOW--You can find a market, (or your farm products, your farm Implements, your dairy products, your live ttock and household Roods by run nine a small Inexpensive id In our Classified Section. There you will find many, people who want to become your customer or buyer Tho rural circulation of Tho Dally Courier coven a laixo area and your advertisement will bo rend by many people who arc looking for Just tho thlnfs you havo for sale. NOTE: All classified ads arc payable In advance. You will And our rates in Uie above Classified Heading. PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR RENT I T. C. PHAUN. SO CONNEI-LSVILLE PA. PHONE 075. Farms and Land for Sale S3 FOR SALE--185 Acre farm, 2G miles south enst of Untontown, on Improved road, bordering Youchloehcny River, \vlth 45 ncrcc of timber. Attractive location for tummer home, hunting, ttslilnc or agriculture. Can be purchased on ca.sy terms. Inquire Paul R. 1-lston, 7fi7 Drentwood Avc.. Youngstown. Ohio. Phone 410G1. FOR SALE--The late A (iron 1*. Stoner farm, 36 acres. East Huntingdon Township, 2 miles wcit of Scottdale. House, barn and outbuildings, good water. Inquire John V. Stoner. 706 Mulberry St., Scottdale. Pa. Uonscs for Sale 84 FOR SALE--Illgbec farm, 48 acres. Lower Tyrone Township. House of nine rooms, bslh and furnace, bank barn, other outbuildings. Plenty of water, small orchard. Inquire, Robert Norrla. Phone. 05. HOUSTON AVENUE. 218 -- Six room frame home with bath. In the vtry best of condition. Immediate possession. Priced to sell at $1,300, Inquire, Paul Vr'aponcr. 1000 West Crawford Avenue. Phone HB. Lots for Salo 85 Fuel. Feed. Fertilizers iOOD LUMPY -- Run of mine coal. 100 bu.. Sc delivered; 50 bu., Oc delivered: 25 bu.. 12c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037. Frank Kobnlln. FOR SALE--Corner lot In Poplar Grove, fronting on State Highway, at Swaugcr- town Intersection. For Information call 1293-R. Auctions--Legals Auctioneers, Auction Sales 90 fENTJINK--Washington Run Coal. Low price. Wm. Dull Son. Phono 107 or call Dawson, 32G1 and 3631. fUNIATA COAL--12c bushel, cash, delivered. 25 bushel orders al-o delivered. Robert Welsh. Phone 4121-R-12. LEMONT COAL--12c bushel, delivered Any amount delivered. Used brick. 9G per M. Francis Hanlon. Phone 1854-R. 9-FT. COAL--30 bushel or more, SM/fcc per bushel, delivered. Phone 1332-J. Household Goods FOR SALE--Coal ranges $1000 and up; living room suites. $1500 and up: washing- machines. $15.00 and up, guaranteed; radios, electric, $5.00 and up; pianos, $10.00 and up. Also big bargains In other furniture. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. AFTER INVENTORY SALEl ALL FURNITURE U OFF!!! WE TAKE TRADE-INS I MERVIS FURNITURE CO. PHONE 2020. Wanted--To Boy 66 SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RACSI THEN BRING THEM TO THE AUCTION SALE SATURDAY. JANUARY 28, 1033, at 1 P. M.. On premises known a^ Mike Lukatch, nrar Trotter School, a short dlitance west ot Connellsvillc, Pa. the following described property: 1-1932 International Truck. U Licence. 1-1034 Internallonol Truck. V Llceme. 1 Late 3C International Truck. U License. 1 Acme 2-ton Truck, solid ttre-. 1-1331 WHIs Sednn, fir^t claw condition. 1-No. 2 Frtck Saw Mill, 56 in. Hoe Inserted Tooth Saw. 1 Larxc Studcbdkcr Motor with pulley for power. 8 and 10 inch Rubber Bella. 1-125 Horse-power Monroe Boiler. State impeded, with bricked outside and brick fire box. 1 Steam Engine. About 3,000 Pit Posts, 6, 7, ?, 10 feet ]onC. 500 Cribbing Blocks. 5,000 2x6x13 Inch Mine Caps. 3.000 Fence Palllncs. 18 Railroad Tics. 1 Lot of Mine Tics. . Lot of Parts for Saw Mill. 1 Set of Lofi Harness, 1 Platform Scale. 2 Lame Barnes Sales. 2 Flat Counter Show Cases. 1 Larce Office Desk. 1 Desk and Typewriter. 1 Klcvaled Desk. 2 Swivel Chairs. 2 Wood Filinff Cabinets. 442 Acres of timber, mo.stly oak, 3 miles south of Conncn.sville, Pa. Will finance' Trucks! and Car, other articles cash. ALEX CHINK. OWNER. L. Z. UODIL, AUCTIONEER. COURIER OFFICE WILL PAY YOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING EN ... AT So PER POUND. Lceal Notices 91 Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 FOR RENT-- FurnMicd bedroom. Inquire 218 East Apple Street. Rooms for Housekeeping 69 FOR RENT--Furnished rooms, all conveniences, private bath. 1208 Chestnut St. Phone 163. NOTICE. ESTATE OF ED. BEAHD. LATE OF Conncllsvillo Township, Fnyctto County, Pennsylvania, Deceased. Letters of Administration In the above citato having been granted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given 'o alt persons Indebted to the said decedent to make immediate payment to the undersigned without delay, and all prcsons having claims or demands against bald cstato arc requested to make known the same, James W. Swan, Connellsvlllc, Pa,. Administrator. Fred E. Younkln. Attorney, 12dec-6t-moa. FOR RENT--Furnished llnht housekeeping rooms at Poplar Grove. Phone 0671. Real Estate for Rent Business Places tor Rent 75 WEIMER AHCADE--Entire second floor and room 13x70. street level. Available at once. PETER R WEIMER. - WEIMER ARCADE. Farms and'Land for Rent 7G FOR RENT--31 Acres on paved road close Conncllsvllle. 5 Room house, cemented basement. 2 porches. Electricity, warm air furnace, water In house, large barn, fiarane. fruit. $25.00 month. Union Realty Company. Uniontown. Houses for Rent 77 FOR RENT--Seven room house, furnace and bath. Hardwood floors. Inquire, Robert Norris. Phone. 505. FOR RENT--Bungalow suitable for small family. Located on South Plttsburg Street.- Phone 172 FOR RENT--Five rooms, bath, all modern conveniences, two-stall gamee. Poplar Grove. Coll 1738. OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is as near as your phone. Just call 12 or 13 and youi needs will soon be met without any further trouble on your part. EXCHANGE what you don't need for what you do through n Classified ad here. D U N B A R J U N I O R VARSITY DOWNS PERRY PASSERS Dunbar Township High Junior Varsity came through with a 25 to H decision over Perry Township Junior Commodores at Lcisenring in the preliminary to the .varsity league scrap. The line-ups: Perry Lowthcr, f . .. _. B. Fcrcnchy, Â£ Baluch, c G. F. Pis. Campbell, g Zackal, g ._; 1 ._. 2 ..... 0 _ 0 14 Totals .__ _.... 5 Non-scoring substitute--Polander. Dunbar G. F. Pts. Smidtke, Â£ 1 Colinsky, f 0 Tikey, c 2 McQuaidc, g ... Nygren, g Knabenshoc, f McGarrity, f M. Â£Â·. CORNE RBAD THIS FIRST; Elsie Rltter, a beauty Bhop operator, taking the placu of a friend for a week In tho private salon of Mm. Horace Withcrspoon. Sr.. nncla herself involved In a murder mystery when first tlio ncccntrlc old Inuy and later her middle-aged dtiiiKhtor-ln-law arc found dead under tho name hair drier. Kluic w.13 attending each at tho time, though out of the aalon for a few moments before discovering the old lady's death. A ntrlnK of emeralds, belonging to Mrs. Witlierspoon, Sr.. arc strangely mlas- inc. Certain members of Ihc W'ther- Â·poon family, and Â«omo of the house guest*, strlko Elsie as queer. Phil Ben- Bon, newspaper reporter and close friend of Klsie. arrives at tho police launch their Investigation. Ho Immc- atcly phones for Mac Mclntyre. head of the Chicago homicide squad, who happcnn to DO In town. Meanwhile Richard and Daphne Wltherspoon. children of tho second victim, conduct themselves oddly during* questioning. The chief of nonet continues hln interrogation ot all those at Uie Manor when the two deaths occurred. Klsle. Benson and Melntyre discuss tho possible nuspccts. No trnce of poison Is found In tho body of Mrs. Horace Wlthcr- opoon. Jr. Making a secret Investigation of tho bcai'ty salon, Phil and Elsie corno upon a bit of cigarct tissue which has a smell of bitter almonds. 'NOW CO ON WITH THE STORY) CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR "BITTER almond?" Phil asked when 1 aald that's what 1 hac smcllcd. I nodded and yawned. I was selling sleepy. This prowling about in Uic small hours of Iho morning was nol my idea of fun. "Let's go out of this salon. Phil." "Wait Â» minute, baby. Now Ihlnk! When you raised the hood and Mrs. Wlthcrspoon fall oul on you, did you sneeze?" "Uh-huh." "And did you sneeze again when you untied Mrs. Horace?" "Mrs. Horace? Why, ycÂ» I did! I wrinkled my brow. Now wha was nc driving at? Whatever di my sneezing have to do with mur dcr? "And both times it was this bit tcr almond odor that made yo sneeze?" "Yes, it was. It tickles my nos and I have to sneeze. That was on reason I hated to mess with th beauty mask. It smcllcd like tha too." "It did, eh?" He rubbed his chin "But Mrs. Horace didn't have til mask on her'.face when she die did snc?" "Oh, no! Sho never used th mask to'my knowledge." "Good! Baby, I think we hnv something! As sure as God mad littlo 'apples this piece of paper going to send someone to. the ho seat!" "It's a clew?" "Nothing else! In the mornti I'll take it around to Taylor at th drug BtorD and, if ho'i half tJ druggist he thinks he is, he'll kno what poiacn smells of bitter almon and is so deadly that it kills li stantly and defies detection by ai topsyl" "Oh!" 1 began to feel thrillc myself. Fancy Phil figuring out th whole business! "Won't Did more I surprised when you tell him tJ news?" He laughcc 1 .: "Ho will that! Carefully he stowed the paper his vest pocket. "Noxv for a loo into the second compartment, an tiien we'll call it a night." "That suits me," I said an attfllcd'another yawn. "Phil!" froze to tho wait "Did you hea anything?" "Hear anything?" "I thought I beard a noise in th lobby!" We listened. Phil said: "All quiet on tho western front, baby "Nerves, 1 guess," I sold. "Sure, nerves!" He patted m arm. We went Into tho second ant room. "Well. I can't discover a thin that's missing!" I sold wcaril "Cream, powders, lotions and oh!" 1 gave a. little cry. "Eh?" Phil turned to me. "Fin something?" "The bottle of beauty mask missing!" "No fooling?" "Look!" I pointed to the tc jihclf above the dressing table. nc sat up and rubbed the back of his head. was there between the powder Â»xcs and that large jar of mas- age cream! And now it's gone!" Phil said thoughtfully: "So that's r hat Daphne was after!" I was puzzled: "What would she vant with that?" "Heaven only knows, Elsie, but :ho .must have wanted it pretty badly to come sneaking in here In the middle of the night." "And she arranged the articles i the shelf so that the mask wouldn't be missed!" He shrugged: "Another mystery to add to our list. Scoot along to your room, honey, before I douse the light. I'll follow." "All right." I tiptoed across the lobby. "O. K., Phil. I'm here!' The light In the anteroom went out. Phil storied cautiously toward the open door. It was so dark J could not sec him. 1 counted his steps. One, two, three--funny 1 hac not noticed before that his shoes squeaked. 1 chuckled Inwardly. It was just like the big bum to wear squeaky shoes upon a midnight pilgrimage! Four, five, six--mechanically I counted--seven, eight, 'nine'--wh; the squeaking had slopped! 1 was counting sleps that weren't Phil's Â·Phil!" I sobbed his name. 1 was running across the .lobby. 1 was sobbing and running! Suddenly plunged forward. My feet hac tripped upon something large an limp there on the tiles! "Phil!" "That you, Elsie?" The some thing spoke: it groaned. My hani groped on Ihc floor and closed 01 cold metal. The pocket flash! Th light came on like a burst of sun Phil lay sprawled beside me, his legs doubled under him. "Phil! Are you all right?" "Sur-rc!" He sat up and rubbed the back of his Dead. "Where did that ton of bricks come from, baby ?" . "Ton of bricks?" I thought he was delirious. - - "The one that dropped on my hoad! Boy, oh, boy, and did It drop! I never knew what lilt me. "Did you stumble and.fall?" He shook his head. "I--" he began and clutched at his heart. "Phil!" I was so frightened I hardly knew what I was doing. "You arc hurt!" "Elsie, the paper's gone!" "The paper?" "The cigarct tissue! 1 had It in my vest pocket and It's gone!" "But how?" "The ton of bricks," he said slowly, "the Ion of bricks! ng lo myself, kid. I don't know ex- ictly what happened. I slarled for Ihc door, but all of a sudden an arm grabbed me around the neck and the next thing I knew i was trctchcd out on the tiles." Then--then someone was watch- ng us! i did hear a noise!" "Yes, someone was walching us." "Oh!" Terror sprang at me from the dark corners of the salon- It perched on my shoulder. It leaped nto my throat. "Let's get out of here!" I quavered. Back in my bedroom 1 locked the door and dropped weakly upon tho bed. "Cigaret, Elsie?" Â· "Yes." He lighted one for me and I puffed gratefully. I took a deep breath, "Phil, you're thinking maybe It was Daphne ?" "I was thinking thÂ£.t, yes." "But the person who attacked you must have been very tall and strong. I didn't hear a thing from . the doorway--not a thing except your squeaking shoes." "It was someone who knew something of the art of ju-jutsu; someone who knew where to grab me and how to lay me down! But," he added, "I don't get that bit about the shoes. I'm wearing sneakers." "Sneakers?" I glanced down at his feet. "Then it was tho other one who wore the squeaky shoes!" He laughed: "The man with tho squeaky shoes! Sounds like the title of a dime novel, doesn't It? Well, at least I've proved there'13 something fishy about the set-up out here! Miss or Mister X wanted that tissue badly enough to conk me on the head for It!" "It must have been a man," I insisted. M A woman couldn't havo ' done 11; she wouldn't have tha strength." "I don't know, Elsie. Daphne, re- Â· member, is the athletic type. Women can do all sorts of tricks nowadays." "I can't believe It was Daphne." I stamped out my cigarct., "I iim- ply can't believe it!" "Better hop into bed, kid." he said gently. "I'll be going along. You aren't afraid to stay alone?" "No." I lied. "I'm not afraid." ' "Lock both doors and keep them locked until morning. Til be out as soon as I've seen Taylor and Mac Mclntyre." Â·Til--I'll be waiting." "Good girl!" He kissed me. "So long. Toots." Sure you can and your way "Will you kindly explain in words of one syllable?" I demanded, reaction selling in and making me cross. He smiled ruefully: "I was lalk- out?" "Sure! Sleep tlghl and don't worry!" "I won't!" I promised and locked the doors behind him. (To Be Continued)' ST. RITA WINS LEAGUE GAME IN BIG UPSET Continued from Page Seven. Oglcvees 2 0 3 5--IS Referee--Bill Hyatt. LclscnrinK B. Howe, f . Budovick, Â£ Cominsky, c Hess, g ...... C. Howe, g Totals _.Greenwood Willard, f Corrado, f .... Ellenberger, c Hooper, R Bccman, g -- G. 1 2 F. Pts. 2 4 0 -1 2 16 F. Pts. 3 9 Totals Score by quarters: Leiscnring 6 1 3 6--16 Greenwood 5 5 4 3--17 Referee--Harry Lopes. Paramounts Conway, f , Wagner, Â£ .Brown, c ... Robinson, g Kline, g .. Totals 5 9 19 Non-scoring substiutes--Murphy. 'awson G. F. Pts, andymoro, f .. 2 0 4 Da Landymore, Durbin, Â£ .. Laughrcy, c Bittner, g Noschesc, g Craig, g Rulli, Â£ ,, Totals 10 Scoring by quarters: Perry 5 3 1 5--14 25 Dunbar -- 3 1 6 9--25 Totals .. .. 6 Score by quarters: Paramounts 4 2 3 10--19 Dawson . 5 4 2 5--16 Referee--Bill Hyatt. Pleasant Level G. F. Pts. Hasson, f . 3 3 9 Sansone, f 2 0 4 Smidtke, c 3 2 8 DeBolt, g 0 0 0 Ligonier Defeais Hurst High to Set Pace in Section 13 Blasting Hurst High's dciensc wide open in the last quarter, Ligonier basketball quintet captured a thrilling cage contest at the Mount Pleasant Township floor by a 23-22 score to remain unbeaten in Section 13 and in undisputed possession ot first place. The half ended in a 9-9 deadlock nnd then Hurst found the range in the third period to gain a nine-point lead. The furious attack unleashed by the Mountaineers in the final canto was accompanied by n defense that allowed the Scarlet Hurricane to tally only two points. Ramsui counted 10 points to lead the winners' scoring. The line-ups: Hurst Jagoda, f -Hogan, f Sibal, c Vikertosky, g ...L.. Ruthosky, g Pushkar, g F. Pis. 0 0 0 6 G 6 4 0 Ligonfcr Donato, f _ Burns, f .Johnston, c Ramsui, c Kozar, g Hnntz, g ., Totals Referee--Barbero. 23 Benko, g 2 0 Totals .10 5 25 Non-scoring substitutes -- Oswald, Tikey. Morrison, Mongcll. St. Rlla G. F. Pts. Marcondi, f ... 5 1 11 J. Fao, f 5 2 12 Swnllop, c . 0 2 2 Carbonnra', g 0 0 0 Delligatti, g ,,"_ 1 0 2 Totals -- 11 5 27 Score by quarters: Pleasant "Level . . 7 2 12 4--25 St. Rita 2 8 10 7--27 Referee--Nate Woodward. STÂ£TE GAME KILL PLACED AT NEW HIGH Continued from Page Seven, has already received deer damage complaints from numerous farming sections. "That too many deer may have been removed in certain sections is very possible but U such was the case it occurred only because hunters failed to follow our suggestions to hunt in territory where deer *.vore most abundant and where damage was greatest. That was the purpose behind the open season and any failure to accomplish that purpose is due in large measure to the hunters themselves." At a meeting the commission adopted a staff reorganization plan proposed by the Izaak Walton League and the State Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs and approved in a report from Commissioners Ross L. LefHor, R. Lamberton and John H. Rice as a means oÂ£ eliminating 'needless overlapping of administration and to insure greater operating efficiency and economy." The plan placed Gordon in direct supervision over the Harrisburg administrative staff and his assistant, Judd Turner, Ellwood City, in charge of the commission's field functions including the research program, the four game farms at Schwenksville, Harlansburg, .Loyalsockville and Honey Grove, the 200 game refuges and the 500,000 acres oÂ£ game lands. Headquarters ofilccs for the seven field divisions were ordered established at Reading, Forty-Fort, Williamsport, Huntingdon, St.. Mary's, Oil City and Irwin to enable the commission "to maintain closer contact with the sportsmen." Gordon reported that the number of licensed resident hunters reached an all-time high of 640,000 which issuance to non-residents "slumped from 9,000 to 7,400. . . . .