The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 20, 1939 · Page 14
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 20, 1939
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VAGE FOURTEEN. THE DAIl^Y CUUK1ER, CONNELLSVlLiLE, PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1333. Courier Classified Advertisements For- Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. lASSIFIED AD RATES- Ada to Be Run 3 Times: . Per lino, 7c cash; So 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. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Sixl--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Personals MEN OLD AT 401--Get pep. New Ostrex Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster Invlgorators and other stimulants. One dose starts new pep. Value $1.00. Special price 89c. Call, write Union Drug Co. Automotive Automobiles tor Sale 11 WHILE THEY LASTI SEE US TODAY! · 1329 Ford 'A -ton PlcK-up Truck .- $25 1933 Ford 2-door Sedan for S139 1930 Chevrolet Coach selllnz at $50 193S Dodge Coupe., buy It for -- S~B 1929 Ford T-ador, Sedan, yours for -- »40 TWO EXCELLENT BUYS IN LATE MODEL CABS! 1937 Pontlac Deluxe Coupe. 1937 Lincoln-Zephyr 4-door Sedan just like new. We have on dli-play on our Used Car Lot and on the second floor of our carago nice selection 6£ late model used cars of Fords, Chevrolet and Plymouth. Stop In today and look them over. Very Easy Terms Arranged! VWZST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. Your Ford Dealer. WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407. Open Evenings! ' - Open Sundays!;;; SEE THEM TODAY1 O.-K. USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 117 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 0 o'clock. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 258 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. USED CARS! SEE OUR SELECTION I E. E. VAN SCOY, INC, Z59 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS. 321 SO. FITTSBURG ST. PHONE ». FOR SALE--1937 Plymouth DeLuxc four- door Sedan, 12,000 miles. 815 N. Jefferson Street. Business Service , Easiness Service Offered 18 FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY;. AWNINGS, FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVERINCS PHONE 8645. 322 SO. PITTS8UBG ST GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds. James R. LaUfihlin--INSUR- ANCE. Se« me tor rates. 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520. GET GOOD MONEY.for your extra household coods. Put them on view through a Classified Ad. Phone 12 or 13 lor an ad-takcr. ' YOU'LL COME across practically everything you need if you look over tin Classified Section every day. Business Service Insurance tmd Surety Bond* 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE. ·AYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1315. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. Moving;. Trucking. Storage 25 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50., DULL'£. TRANSFER CONNEtLSVILLE. PA. -FOR BIST SERVICEI- Modern Storage For Household Goods. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Miller's Transto. 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phonu 183. Printing:, Engraving. Binding 21 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK1 Hand Bills!--Blndlnel--Calling Cards! BUI He»dsl--Letter Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards I No Trespassing Signs For Salel All Woric Fully Guaranteed! All At* Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. DAILY COURIER BLDC. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. OL Professional Services 28 EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A; Clarke. PH. G. Druggist. 323 North Plttsburg Street Phono 1M. Employment Help Wanted--Male HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY!-- An. established business producing good earnings will bo offered the right man in Conncllsville. Honesty, energy and good common sense Is all that Is required. Write fully stating qualifications. Address Box No. 367, Newark. N. J. Merchandise Farm and Dairy ProCacU 55 FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY 1 HERE'S HOW--You can find a market, for your farm products, your farm Implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household coods by running p small Inexpensive ad In our Classified Section. There you will find many people who want to become your customer or Viuyer. Thft rural circulation of The Dally Courier covers a large area and your advertisement will bi) read by many people who are looking for Just the things you have for sale. NOTE: All classified ads are payable In advance. You will find our rates In th« above ClassUed Heading. EXCELLENT BUILDING LOTS--Breakneck Road just outside of City Limits. Priced to sell. John Frlsbcc. Phone 331. Fuel. Feed. Fertilizer* GOOD LUMPY -- Run o! mine coal. 100 bu.. 8c delivered; 50 bu.. 9c delivered; 25 bu., 12c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037. Frank Koballa. LEMONT COAL--12c buzhcl. delivered Any amount delivered. Used brick. SG- per M. Francis Hanlon. Phone 1854-R. GENUINE--Washington Run Coal. Low price. ( Wm. Dull Son. Phone 107 or call Dawson. 3261 and 3631. NOTICE. · CITIZENS OF SOUTH CONNELLS- ·ll!e Borough: A proposed budget Is available for ubllc inspection at the residence ot the Jorough Secretory, Chas. E. Wcyant, ocatcd on Vine Street, between the hours f 8:00 A. M. and 9:00 P. M. o'clock, fit- cen (15 days subsequent to the flrit ubllcatlon of this notice. Finance Committee, Albert OrndorlT, T. O. Metcalf, Alonzo Llngcnficld. OJan-lt. JUNIATA COAL--I2c bushel, cash, delivered. ~ 25 bushel orders also delivered. Robert Welsh'.. Phone 4121-R-12. COAtr--Bctt grade Q-/U "coal. Prompt "delivery for any Amount. Ceralo Schomer. Phone 1991. · Household Goods FOR SALE--Coal ranges $1000 and up; living room suites, $15.00 and up; wash- Ing 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. Financial Need Money 4t-B NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend you $300 or less on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Livestock Poultry, Eggs And Supplies 49 TRY DENNY'S BABY CHICKS--For money making flocks. Blood tested. Popular breeds. 95% llvablllty guaranteed. J. F. Denny, Youngwood, Pa. Phono 281. Merchandise Buildings, Building Material* 53 PLASTER--And finish lime to suit your needs. Complete stock at all times. Stone Workr Phone 1700". " . - . Farm and Dairy Products 55 SOMERSET POTATOES--Jl.35 per bar. 413 E. Washington Ave. Phone eeS-R. EXCHANGE what you don't need for what you do through a Classified ad here. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 31 37 \6 38 21 n 33 16 Ho 3M 30 ACROSS 1--Sycophan- K--River in tical Livonia 10--Character In 26--Round "Uncle cheeses of Tom's Holland Cabin- 29--Greek letter 11--Anglo-Saxon 31--Uproar money 3Z--Japanese ~12--Be under sash obligation 34--Perched IS--Negative 35--Symbol for reply radium 14--King of 36--Exclamation Bashan to frighten 37--South Amcr- 8--Ceased to sleep 9^--Lawgivers 16--Heathen 17--Pronoun 18--Perform 10--Strikes 'with open hand 21--Knave o£ clubs in game of loo. 2.1--Girl (slang) 27--The moon- goddess 28--A surprised dissent 29--^Three-toed sloth 30--Custom 33--Grcsk letter 38--By 39--Biblical city 40--Man's nickname 41--Simillar Answer to previous puzzle S?^ 8 "* .ymbollsm) snow 41--The atmos- 20--Conform phere 22--Eyes 42--Those vcracd "·4--Symbol for In natural gallium . science DOWN I--A solid 4--Therefore bound by 5--A golf club five plane ' 6--Symbol for faces tantalum Z--Shun 7--With (pre- 3--Sun god fix) Copyrifht, 19)9, Kjoc feitum Syo-irtatc, loc in-GRADE--SLIGHTLY USED DINING ROOM. LIVING ROOM. BEDROOM SUITES. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD IIERE1 MERVIS FURNITURE CO. PHONE 2020. Wearing Apparel 65 LADY'S COAT-SIze 38. practically new Price reasonable. 404 E. Washington Avenue. Phone 1451-R. Wanted--Tp Bay BS SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RACS1 THEN BRING THEM TO THZ COURIER OFFICE . . . WILL PAY VOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING IH . . . AT Be PER POUND. Rooms and Board Rooms for HonseKeeplne 59 FOR RENT--Three furnished rooms, bath all conveniences. 121D Chestnut Street Phone 287-W. FOR RENT--Furnished rooms, all con vcnlcnces. private bath. 1203 Chestnu St. Phone 163. THREE FURNISHED ROOMS--Electrl refrigerator, private bath. Two person only. 204 Davidson Ave. Phone 917. Real Estate for Rent Uoascs for Rent FOR RENT--Six room modern dwelling J. Donald Porter. Phone 168. Real Estate for Sale Brokers to Beat Estate TIIE FACTS ARE--Real Estate is golnj up In price. Buy now or pay more, have a large listing of better homes Easy terms! Give me a call. PETER n. WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES. FOR SALE.OR RENT! T. C. PHAUN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PUONB 875 Farms and Land for Salo 8 FOR SALE--168 ACRE FAUM-2 mile from City, largo barn, house In best o condition, hardwood floors, bath an basement, DUNBAR--Three properties, conslstln of 2-four room apartments, six rooi house, store room and shop. 2,500, WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE VIGO FOR SALE--8 acre farm. - Land an · buildings in Rood condition. Orcharc seven room house, furnace, 'electrlcitj telephone, water in house. One mil north west of Scottdale. See Fran: Mlcclcl or Phone Scottdale 4112-H-5. OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is as nea as your phone. Just call 12 or 13 an your needs will soon be met without an further trouble on your part. YOU KNOW WHAT you want and Courier Classified ad-taker can tell yo how to co about getting it. Phono 12 o 13. A FEW MINUTES spent in lookln over the classified atis each day will sav you many hours and dollars in ccttln Just what you want. SHOP sensibly and savingly throug the classified ids. Ad-Taker and she will tell the worl Phone 12 or 13. Real Estate for Sale Houses tor Sale OUSTON AVENUE. 210 -- Six room frame house with bath. In the very best of condition. Immediate possession. Priced to sell at $1,500. Inquire, Paul Wagoner. 1005 West Crawford Avenue. Phone 148. OR SALE--Six room house wilh bath and furnace. Two lot*. Fairvlew Avenue. $2.200. Inquire Robert Norris. Phone 505. OR SALE--500 Race Street, larRc family house, steam hrat, garage. Suitable as duplex. J. Donald Porter. Phone 768. Lots For Sale 85 Auctions--Legals Lccal Notice*. 91 Ewing Todd New erryopolis Grange Master PERRYOPOLIS, Jan. 20.--Ewing Todd was installed master of Pcrry- opolis Grange at a meeting In range Hall when all officers were nducted for the coming year. The new officers included Nelson *. Martin, overseer; Mrs. William Lceper, lecturer; Mrs. John Carson, chaplain; Mrs. Lulu Brewer, secretary; John Carson, treasurer; Willam Carson, steward, Bert Brewer; assistant steward; Mrs. William Carson, assistant lady steward; Milton Luce, gatekeeper; Mrs. I. H. Baugh, Ceres; Mrs. Lincoln, Flora; Mrs. N. R. Martin, Pomona; Mrs. Harvey Luce, director of home economics department; Mrs. I. H. Baugh and Mrs. Sara Lutes, also of the department, and Ralph Linderman, Bennett Jones and N. R. Martin, flower committees Other Items of Interest. Thomas M. Zimmerman of Dawson visited friends in town Wcdnes- dny. Mr. Zimmerman was formerly chief engineer ot the Washington Coal and Coke Company and Is well known in this community. At present he is engineer for the State Highway Department Vf. P. Lint took the trip to Harrisburg Monday night to attend the Inaugural exercises. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Little have a daughter, born to them on Tuesday. Mrs. Joseph Wolfe is re:overing from an attack of influenza. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kcrstcn are spending several days this week in Delmont with the Inttcr's mother, Mrs. Mary Morrison. Mrs. Ethel Cable was taken to the Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, on Wednesday night. Mrs. Cable has been ill for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Townsend have returned home after visiting their daughter, Mrs. Mablc Cottom of New Kensington, and their son, Stewart, of West Newton. Revival Begins. The annual revival services of the Star Junction Methodist Episcopal Church began the first of the week and will continue through next week. Ufany Attend Lecture. The auditorium of the" Perry Methodist Episcopal Church was almost filled Tuesday night when the pastor, Ilev. Fred Grimm, showed slides o£ his trip to the Holy Land and lectured about the pictures. The slides were made from pictures which he took while on the trip. Entertains Contract Club. Mrs. E. H. Evey entertained the Two-Table Contract Club Wednesday night with all members present. Two new members. Miss Mary Wolfe and Mrs. Beatrice Buttcrmorc, both of Star Junction, were welcomed into the club. Extra guests were Mrs. W. P. Lint, Mrs. Earle Curtis, Miss Mary Duff and Mrs. H. W. Echnrd. Home Builders Meet. The Christian Home Builders of the Fair%'iew Church met Wednesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Strosnider with Will- inm Gaskill as leader. Entertain at Dinner. Dr .and Mrs. J. R. Martin entertained membcis of the Martin clan for dinner Sunday. The guests were Mrs. Norman Piersol, Charles Martin, N. R. Martin and Edmund Martin. Their son, Craig, of Pittsburgh, was also present. CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT R I C H A R D WITHERSPOON thrummed his ungcrs nervously upon his knee. His face waji wan and haggard and his eyes, darting hero and there, held a hint oC fear. "There's nothing to worry about," Ellis assured him. "I'm just trying to straighten out, a few things." "I'm not worried!" R,chard fiercely denied the Implication. "What have I to be worried about?" "I'm ourc I don't know." The chief smiled. "The one, and only person who should bo worried la the murderer, and I don't suppose you're that one?" . "Of course not!" The thrumming fingers beat a rapid tattoo. "Tou're wasting your time with me. ] don't know a thing!" "Oh, I'm not saying that you do. A nice boy like you wouldn't Mil his mother--and maybe his jrrand- mothcr, too--much as he hated them, would he?" "Hated them? I didn't hate them!" "No?" The policeman paused deliberately. "I've heard that you and your grandmother didn't get along . very well. Maybe I was mistaken. Was I ?" Richard's gozo faltered. He looked down at the floor. "Grandmother was difficult," he muttered at last, "but I didn't hate her." "But you quarreled with' her, didn't you 7 Xou quarreled with her the night before the ball, didn't you?" Richard swallowed with difflcul ty. "How--how did you Know?" J wondered the same thing. How di Kills know? He Bald: "I hear things. Tou can't keep many secrets In a big house like this. What was this quarrel about, son?" "Why"--the boy dug hla fingernails deep into the palsn ot hla bonds--"why, it wasn't anything serious. Grandmother and I--some times we rubbed one another the wrong way." "U wouldn't have been abou money, would It?" the chief mig gcstcd helpfully. "Of course not!" "You weren't In debt, were you and trying to borrow a largo sum of money from your grandmoth er?" "That--that's ridiculous!" Rich ard seemed to force the word from his throat- "Grandmothe didn't believe In lending money to anyone." "So the only way you could gc the money you needed was to Id her?" Chief Ellis spoke so softl that at first the boy failed to gras his meaning. "I--" he .began, and atoppe dead. His face was the color o . dried putty. Beads of moistur formed on his forehead. "Gnui mother died of a heart attack!" "Maybe," said Ellis. "Maybe." "What do you mean?" Richard voice was a whisper. "Listen, son!" Tho police officer towered above him, "wo have rca son to believe that your gran mother, was murdered. Oh. don act so surprised. You've known all along! Ajid you must adml things look bUvk for you. You ha the motive! Better tell me every thing and get It over!" "You shan't railroad me!" Richard leaped to his feet The fcor u- his eyes was a living tiling, It was consuming him. "Grandmother die of a heart attack! You can't ac cuse mo of murder!" "Easy, lad." Mclntyro Btcppc forward. "No one Is going to ral road you. Mr. Ellis la a bit premature in his accusations. Sit dowi onu get a grip on yourself. Yo needn't talk unless you feel u to It" "Keep out of this, please!" o dcrod Chief Ellis tersely. "I'm coi ducting thla Inquiry." Mac faced him quietly. "U you Richard leaped to his feet. on't wont a suit for false arrest | n your hands." he «ald sharply, you had better go cosy. Third degrees won't work here; you're not landllng thugs. AJ agent for the Witherspoon family I oholl chal- cnge you whenever 1 see fit." "You can't Interfere with justice!" the other said angrily. "I'll Tandle things MY way." "I wouldn't do that," Mac sold, and I understood why the gangsters and hoodlums of Chicago kept out of his way. There was an undercurrent beneath the calm quiet of his voice that chilled me through and through. I UUnk Bills sensed something of this, too, for his anger died and he motioned young Uchard away. The lad fled .from the room. "What have you done to my brother?" Daphne burst In upon us, and marched mllitantly toward the chief of police. "How long is ills urture of innocent persons to be permitted?" She whirled upon Mac. "I thought It was your Job to protect us! You got father to hire you! But I suppose that was one of your tricks. I suppose you are hand In glove with the police!" *Tbat will do!" commanded Mc- Inty*e curtly, and from sheer sur- pris" the girl was allent. "Sit do'vn!" "Oh!" Daphne, her wits suddenly scattered, obeyed. 'Now, Miss Witherspoon," he continued more gently, "you have me all wrong, 1 am trying To help and protect you. I did not, however bargain to shield the guilty. I intend to find the murderer. It will be wise for you and your brother--one your guests--to tell the truth. If you are Innocent, you shan't suffer I'll see to that. "Another thing," ho went on, do not want to meddle In your private affairs. I'm not Interested In skeletons, if any, which you may have hidden In your clothes. But,' he added meaningly, "I am Interested In any and all Information pertaining to the crime. If you can tell me anything that will aid In clearing up some of the minor mys tcries In this case, It Is your duty to spcalc. You follow me, Miss Witherspoon T" "I--" she stammered and Mac nodded. Daphne followed him, bu I, for one, did not. "Very well," he continued, "I'm going to ask you a question or two You'll do well to answer truUi fully." "Ill ask the questions,"' Ellis pu . "You have no authority--* Mac brushed him aside: "Your, urn will come later. Now, Mls" Wlthcrspoon?" "Well?" "You stated earlier that at th* time of your mother's death your jrother, Richard, at'your special, cqucst, went Into town on some* rrands. Correct?" "Yes." "What were these errands?" "He--he bought me some toothpaste at the drug atore tod some ilcturo post cards at the Klrby ho- tcL" "Haven't you forgotten something?" "No-o." "Didn't he send a telegram for you at the Western Union depot' n the hotel?" 'Western Union depot?" echoed* Daphne, and her expression altered; It became sly, secretive. She aughcd nervously. "Why,' yes--I had forgotten, i had Rich scad a wire to a friend of mine." "May 1 have this friend'* name and address?" "Surely. It Is Miss Lorena. Stevens, Baxter apartments, East Fifty-seventh street. New Yorlc City." "Thank you." "I--I don't sec what my tele-, gram has to do with--with the. murder!" Again her nervous laughter rippled through the room. "My mother was dead long before Rich, reached the hotel!" "True," agreed Mac. "Your mother was dead, and your grandmother also." · , "Oh!" She closed her eyes and sort of swayed back and forth In, tier chair. I felt terribly sorry for tier without knowing why. "Why do you say that?" ihe demanded hoarsely. "Why?." "Don't you know?" queried Mac,^ There was a second's stillness; then . the girl smiled slightly as she halfwhispered: "You aren't"even worm, Mr. De-" tcctive, not even warm!" "What is all this7"-Ellis exclaimed, irritably. "Perhaps Mr. Mclntyrc will ex-- · plain," Daphne replied, and arose and walked swiftly from the room. "Holding out on us?" demanded . Phil. "Whaf» up?" "Time enough for that later," Mac told him. "Better get on with It, chief." "O. K." Mac shrugged. (To Be Continued;, News Behind the News By PAUL MALLON Author, Producer Dies. CLEVELAND, Jan. 20.--Robert H. McLoughlin, 61, playwright and theatrical producer, died here. He was nationally known in theatricals. Continued from Page Four, lowing game: Oil from confiscated wells of Amer- .ican concerns is being sold to Germany under a barter arrangement whereby Mexico will get machinery from Germany to supplant the ma- rhincry she would ordinarily buy from the United States. Reports that she is selling the German machinery against .U. S." competition in other Latin American countries are not conflrmable and arc possibly premature as the German machinery ha'i not yet arrived in Mexico. However, American machinery manufacturer.! lately have complained to this Government that their Mexican ordeni arc falling off fast, which .fact lead;: our officials to suspect the . worst. (The N. Y. Times correspondent) who was asked to leave Mexico because of "inaccuracies" in his dispatches, icportcd this situation which seems to have constituted his main "inaccuracy." Apparently Mexico has picked up a trick from Hitler, Stalin and Mussolini. They have been trying to intimidate foreign correspondents by charging or threatening charges o£ "inaccuracies" on dispatches which do not conform to what they want published. Some New Deal officials have attempted to work the same gag more lightly here, but without much effect, as they do not yet have the power of banishment for non-conformance with "accurate" Government views. Speaking of inaccuracies, Speaker Bar.khead has one on this column. Recently it was related here that Bankhead "slipped" the appointment of a new member of the anti-monopoly committee into the Congressional Record, where 't was not discovered by ncwsm .n for five days. Truth is Bankhead announced it to thf House in the usual way. The newsmen must have been out to lunch, although five days Is longer than they usually require. Why Not Try our classified columns when you want something? Results follow. Simple Stitches Get Quick Results Honscholi Arts by Alice Brook* Colorful Motto Express- Welcome I COM. MM. MOUttHOLO Am. IWC PATTERN 6242 Add that cozy touch to your home with these motifs. . They make lovely samplers or decorate guest towels most appropriately. The verses express a sentiment that we all want in our homes. And best of all the. embroidery Is in easy stitches that give a^triking effect with little effort. Pattern 6242 contains a transfer pattern of 6 motifs averaging 5%x73-8 inches; color schemes; materials needed; illustrations of stitches. To obtain this pattern send .ten cents in coin to The Daily Courier, Household Arts Dept,, 259 \V. 14th Street, New Vork, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Pilot's Widow Gets S37.500. -SPOKANE, ^yash., Jan. 20.--A superior court jury awarded Mrs. Lorna Livermore $37,500 for the death .of her husband, Joe Livermore, Northwest Airlines pilot, who was killed two years ago while flying for the company. The widow sued the airlines for $75,000, charging negligence in providing the pilot with aid before the crash. Sees Peril ot Arms Race. WEST CHESTER, Pa., Jan. 20.-Senator Robert M. LaFollette, Jr., said that huge expenditures for armaments will "lead to destruction." lie said he hoped "we can concentrate on educational and industrial programs for our future generation" before the West Chester State Teachers' College. Patronize those who advertise. Motorist Acquitted. CUMBERLAND, Md., Jan. 20.-Alwon W. Chancy, 34, WPA worker and father ot three children, was acquitted 'by a jury Wednesday of manslaughter in the auto death of his young sister-in-law, Alice Malone, Wife Preservers A clever and original cooV dccoratca Her cold pumpkin pics with cream chew* Uimncd to spreading consistency wilh cream.

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