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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1933. Courier (jlassLfied Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line. 9c cash, lOc charge. 1ASS1FIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: ^ Per line, 7c cash; So charge v 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 * Speaal-- Your Ad Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Business Service Card ul Thanks 2 WOCONISH--We take this mcars of thanking our man friends and ncich- bors for the kindness and sympathy ex- | tended us during our recent sad bereavement, the deith oC our father. Mr John Uoconlsh. Especially to we wish to thank those who sent flowers, those v.ho so kindly furnished cars and all who assisted us In any v.ay. The family. MYERS--We desire to thank our many friends and neighbor:, for the many acts of kindness and sympathy extended us during our recent =ad bcrcavi men:. the death of our mother. Mrs Ella Myers. Espcc'allv do we wish to think the singers, those who sent flowers. those who *o kindly furnished cars and all who assisted us in any way. The familj. Business Service Offered 18 nSllERS UPHOLSTERV AWKINGi. fURNITURE REPAIRS KECOVER1NGS PHONE «H5 322 SO PITTSBURG ST GOOD DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R Lauphlln-INSUR- ANCE Sc.o me for rates 300 First National Bank Building Phone 520 Moving. Trutkinr, Storage 25 FOR MOVING PHONE 50 O U L L b rRANS.KUR COt.NEL.Lt.VH.Li; PA FOH BEST SERVICE I 1 Modern Storoffe For House lold Goods LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--MovlnB Millers. .Transfer 153 East Crawford Avenue Phone 183 In Memorlaro 3 McELHAN-EY--In lovinc memory of our dcnr son and brotncr. John E McEl- hanc. who died five tars aro today, January 23. 1033 No one knows our sorrow Only those who lost can tell. Of the prlcf we bear in silence. For the one we loved to well Friends may think we've forgotten nlm, When thcv see us smile. But little do thcj know the sorrow Which that smile hides so well SadK missed by Mr and Mrl James B McEIiuiiiey nnd sons. Automotive Automobiles Tor WHILE THEY LAST I SEE OS TODAYI "l929 Ford V, -ton Pick-up Truck $25 1033 Ford 2-door Sedan for - $130 1030 Chevrolet Coach selling at $50 1035 Dodce Coupe., buy It for 1020 Ford Tudor Sedan, yours for $40 TWO EXCELLENT BUYS IN LATE MODEL CARS] 1937 Pontlac Deluxe Coupe. 1037 Lincoln-Zephyr 4-door Sedan Just like new We have on display on our Used Car Lot and on the second floor of our garage nice selection of late model used cars of Fords. Chevrolet and Plymouth. Stop In today nnd look them over. Very Ejsy Terms Arranged! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY Your Ford Dealer WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407. Open Evenings! Open Sundays! 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 Evcnlnps 'till 9 o'clock Open Sundays till Q o'clock LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 258 E CRAWFOBD AVE PHONE 1234 DSED CARS! SEE OUR SELECTION! E E VAN SCOY INC. 259 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 543. VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY GOOD USED CARS S21 SO PITTSBURG ST PHONE 8 Printing. Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Hand Hltlsl--Blndlnr I--Calling Cardsl Bill Heads!--Letter Heads! For Rent Cardsl--For Sale CardJI No Trespassing Sign- F 0 r balcl All Work tMlly Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Ratcsl COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT MIONE C5 DAILY COURIER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 81. Professional Services EXPERT TRUSb FITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appllanfccs A. A Clarke. PH C Druggllt. 323 North Plttsburc Street Phono 104 Employment Help Wanted--Male STEADY WORK--GOOD PAY--Reliable man wanted to call on farmers In N Fayette Count No experience o capital required Make up to $12 day Write Furbt Thomas Candlcr B'.dK. Baltimore. Md. RELIABLE MAN--Or woman to handle established grocery route In Connell' ·vlllc Earnings should avenge $25 OC ·weekly. No capital or Investment re quired Write The J. H Wntkins Com pany Newark, New Jersey. YOUR OWN SHOtS FREE--As bonus on quick ca*ih commissions showing com plcte -shoe line J.xptrlcnce un nccoisiry Selling outfit free Tanner Shoes, 1376 Boston, Mass MAN FOR COFFEE ROUTE--Up to $4 first Automobile given as bonus Write Mills 7011 Monmouth. Cincinnati Ohio. Financial Need Money 40-B NEED CASH--In a hurr? We'll lent you 300 or less on your signature Personal Finance Company Phone 3 1 OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE is is nci as your phone Just call 12 or 13 on your needs will soon be met without an; further trouble on your part. A FEW MINUTES spent In lookln over the classified ads each day will you many hours and dollars In fiettin just what you want GET GOOD MONEY for your cxt household goods Put them on vic throurh a Classified Ad Phone 12 or 1 for an Merchandise Building*. Building Materials 53 IOMPLETE I.IN'E--Of Shcrv-in-Willloms Pilnts for interior and exterior purpose* Stone , Work Plionc 1700 FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY I 11EHES IlOW-You can find a market, for your farm products, your fnrm implements your dairy products, your li\ c stock and household Roods by running a small inexpen«ive *d In our Cltuiflcd Section There ou will find nany people who v,ant to bccom; your customer or buyer ' The rural circulation ol The Daily Courier covers a large area nnd jour advertisement will be read by many people who aro looking for Just tho things you have tor sale f\OTE All classified nda are payable In ndvanco You will find our rates in the above Classified Heading Fuel. Feed. Fertilizers 56 GOOD LUMPY -- Run ot mine coal. 100 bu 8c delivered. 50 bu. 9c delivered. 25 bu. 12c delivered Cain Phone 2037. Frank Koballa. LCMONT COAL--12c bushel, delivered Any amount delivered Usrd brick, $fi per M Francis Hanlon. Phone 1854-R IKUXNE--Washlnfiton Run Coal Low price Wm Dull Son Phone 107 or call Diuson. 32G1 nnd 3C31 JUMIATA COAL-- 12c bushel, cash, deli, cred 23 bushel orders also delivered Robert \\cUh Phone 4121-R-12 COAL--Best grade 9-ft coal dt Hv crj for anv amount Sthomcr. Phone 1991 Prompt Gerald Household Goods FOH SALE--Coil ranges ?1000 and up; living room suites, $1300 and up, v.ash- ing rmchlncs $1500 nnd up, guaranteed, radios clcttrlc. $5 00 and up. pianos $10 00 ind up Also big bargains In other furniture DVLI/5 STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH ST PHONE 50 HI-GRADE--SLIGHTLY USED DINING ROOM LIVING ROOM. BEDROOS SUITFS YOUR CREDIT JS GOOD HER*,! MERV1S FURNITURE CO PHONE 2020 Wanted--To Cuj SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGSI THEN BRING TIEEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE . . WILL PAY YOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING IN . . . AT So PER POUND Rooms and Board Rooms Without board EXCHANGE what you don't ni'cd for what you do through a Classified ad here TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 10 IT ~ 37 3 13 23 35 20 36 /5 30 ACROSS a--Liberal 23--Exist 6--Musical xvird 1\--Moderate instrument!! 26--A vile 10--EnfiHsh 28--Pertaining author to ale 11--Make m*3-29--Habit take 30--Virginia 12--Printing fluid (atbr ) 33--Cheat 31--Witchcraft 1C--By 33--French river 17--Nathe of 34--Electrified Turke particle IS--Letter 2 3--Broad neck 19--A moral fault scarf 20--Disquiet 37--Thick slices "*3--Symbol for 38--Christmas *con carols DOWN 1--A prickly 8--Steward bush 9--Direct 2--Schism 14--Before 3--Kind of tree 15--Flesh of tho ·t--Public notice calf 5--Infer 17--Minute 6--A dry 20--Fabric for measure hats: 7--Wrath 21--Nimbus 23--East-Indian 2--Small skin tree tumors 24--Soothes 30--A stringed in- 20--Country of strumcnt Asia 32--Male sv,in 26--A beetle 33--High placing 27--Scolds card vehemently 36--Therefore to prc\iou» puzzle l?i?. Kjnc FCJUJCI Syrian. Inc. FOR RENT--Furnished bedroom Inqulr 218 Eitst Appk street Rooms for Housekeeping 6 FOR RJNT--Three furnished rooms batV all conveniences 3215 Chestnut Strcc' Plionc 287-W FOR RtNT--Furnished rooms, all con vcnknces private bath 1208 Chcstnu Strtct Phone 1C3. Real Estate for Rent Houses for Rent JOR RENT--Six room modern dwelling J Donald Porter Phone 7C8 Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate WHAT YOU PUT INTO--Rent ^om eNc puti into Real Estate Why don _ you buy? Come In and talk It ovc: Terms! PETER R. WEIMER. \VEIMER ARCADE PROPERTIES FOIl SALE OR RENT I T C PUALIN SO CONNELLSVfLLfc PA PHONE 075 Farms and Land for Sale 2 Real Estate for Sale Houses for Solo FOR SALE!--FOR SALE I MALL AND LARGE HOUSES--Located In Conncll-ivillc, Scoltdale, Even.on, Mt Plcasint and rural tccttons of Fayette County. So'd on Mnnll dovn payments, balance on monthly institlmcnts, 5 to 15 years to pay Onl 5^ Interest, no finance charge If interested, kindly write, phone or cill In FAYFTTE REALTY COMPANY. H05 SECOND NATU BANK BLDG T. D. GARDNER. MGR HONE 1373 CONNELLSVILLE, PA. IOUSTON AVENUE. 216.-- Six loom frame house \Uth bath, in the vcr best ot condition Immediate po*«;cision Priced to Bell at $1.500 Inqulic, Paul Wagoner, 1000 West Craw ford Avenue. Phone 148 'OR SALE--Si* room house vUth bith and furnace Two lots Filrvicw Avenue, $2 200 Inquire Robert Norria Phone COS FOR SALE--309 Kace Street. large family houio. steam heat, garage Suitable as duplex J, Donald Porter. Phone 7C8 FOR SALE--Modern fiv e joom house, Austin Avenue Cheap Inquire of Mrs. Tottl Auctions-Legate Lcjral Notices AUDITORS R C P O K I . RECEIPTS AND FXPENDtTURES. ConnelUvlUr Township SuprrvisTJ. FROM TIIL FIRST MONDAY IN JAN- unry, 1938, to first Monday In January, 039. for Koad, Bridge and General Township purposes only RECEIPTS Balance In Township- Trca^urj from p-cccding jears (General Fund Acount) f 506.33 Amount of Cash collected on 1933 Rond Tax Duplicate from First Monday in January, 19*18 to first Monda} in January, 1939 3,190.39 Amount of Cash collected on old Rond Tax Duplicates Issued prior to first Monday in Januarv. 1938. not previously reported 1,19724 Amount received from the flrvt Moidai in Januar, 1938 to first Monday in January* !939 from: Liquor Licences and Beverage Tax $ 200 00 Automobile and other fines to 00 Furman Act Fund allocated for Stite Maintenance 20344 Foreign Fire Insurance Tax ,, 531 68 To be accounted lor $ 6,139.30 EXPEND ITURES. Supervisors Attendance at Monthly Meeting* t 16800 Compensation bccrctary-Tr usurer 102.29 Compensation of Auditor* 7500 Compensation of Tnx Collector 103 03 Premium on Treasurer s Bond 25 00 Printing and Postage of Tax Collector 3012 Advertising and Affidavits 3730 Postage and Printing other than Tax Collection 4 00 Township Stntioniry - 385 Telephone SOO Rent, Heat, Lifeht of Meeting Place of Township Buildings 3000 Fire Protection 53168 Removing Snow, Including the Purchase of Snovv Fence 177.35 igns -ind Index Boards 6383 Repairs to Tools and Machinery 37.52 Resurfacing Roads ,, 552 05 Construction of Guard Rails _. 179 80 Construction of Roids ,, 1059 88 EnKincerinK services . 10000 Construction of Bridges ,, 11223 Road Inspections _ 24 00 New Tools and Machinery ill 11 Annual Supervisors Convention 2098 Insurance (Compensation, Liability and Fire) ~ ,,_. .. 13012 Gas and Oil .. 197 34 Sundry Items ,, ,,»TM 4810 $ 3,03738 Balance in Treasury, January 2. 1939 $ 2.201 92 Accounted for $ 6,13930 Certified and Approved bj Frank V Roj. A, J Stillwacon, Henry H Cole Township Supervisors. James H Laughlin F. M nichcy, Ida Walk, Townihip Auditor*. Waifs, Motors Win West Penn Matches On SALE--168 ACRE FARM--2 mile from Cltj, large bnrn, house In best o condition, harduood Hoors bath an biscmcnt DUNBAR--Three propcrtki. conslstln of 2-four room apartment!., six room house store room and *hop 2 500. WM P McNUl/TY EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 1760 YOU KNOW WHAT jou want and a Courier Classified ad-taker can tell ou hov. to BO about ccttlnc It Phone 12 or 13 Bowling on the West Pcnn alleys, the Watts won the odd game fiom the Lines and the Motors took thiee in a row fiom the Amps in tho West Pcnn Duckpm League. - THERE IS a friendly spirit In Tho Couritr Classified Department which make*, it a pleisurc to use this department For rcbiiltb, try our str\tcc ITS IiARD to find fault v.ith the ClT^lficd Section " . because ou cin find practically everything clbe ou need EACH OF these ads brings together two people -uctvertivcr and reader--for their mutual benefit and satisfaction THE DISTANCE YOUR money noes depends on \\liclhcr \ou n"c a regular reader ot the Clissificd Section or not STEP IORWARD and «ay Here," \\hcncicr a classified opportunity seems to be calling specially for sou MAKE BOTH ends meet--use a Classified ad and fie' a buyer. Creditor Suit Forbidden. WHEELING, W. V a , Jan. 23.-Federal Judgp W. E Baker icstramed nil contract holders and creditors of. the Fidelity Investment Association from launching or prosecuting any suits against the firm until rcccivci- ship proceedings have been settled Scnickley Dinner Tonlpht. Coach A A. (Buzz) Wcsbccher of. Grcensburg will be the spc.iker at the annual football banquet of Se- uickley Township High tonight at the school cafeteria. Letters will be awarded 18 CHAPTER THWTX IN ONE CORNER ol the closet of the accond room stood a tall Iwlckcr cabinet. It housed »o many pairs ot ahoeB I could hardly be- llcvc my eyca. Thirty pairs, I counted, and every one of them (practically new! Some of them {were not even soiled on the bot- itom! Lucky girl, 1 thought, and iwondercd U this wcro Daphne's room Although Mnc'u Instructions bod colled for tlic investigation of closets only, 1 could not resist a hasty glance around the room, nnd here, over to the dressing table and the writing desk. On tho blotter of the latter I discovered a letter. It really was not a letter, just an unsigned noto that lay open for everyone to read. The handwriting was bold and masculine. Shamelessly I read it: Dear Daphne: Meet me at ten o'clock at the linden tree. Tonight. That was all, and so far as 1 could soo there was not even an envelope. Of course there was a chance that It did not mean a tiling. The note was not dated; the appointment might havo been for an evening past. But I had a bunch that it was nothing of the kind The paper was creased once through the middle, and the crease looked new and frcsn, if you know what I mean. Right then and there I made my decision, wise or foolish. Come ten o'clock and there would be a third party to that date and It would not be Mac McJntyre LJltlo Elsie, in person, was going to carry on at the linden tree! Then we would ceo who had 11 brain or two In her head! Well, I had wasted ten minutes playing Sherlock Holmes, so wrote Daphne's name after my count of the shoes and ucnt on about my business. The third room's closet proved t be of masculine content. A power ful, though not unpleasant, odor o: antiseptic rushed out to greet m when I opened tho door. Tho odo came from a rumpled smock tha hung by Its collar to the back o the door. Mr. Horace's room, I dc duccd, feeling very professional in deed! And Mr. Horace owned ten pairs of shoes, neatly pouched oni neatly arranged on a shelf below hii suits and coats. So far I had not discovered any thing sensationally startling. Jus nhocs and more shoes, and on brief note of undecided importance What Mac hoped to gain by m search was beyond me. I hesitated a long time before en tcrlng the next apartment. Ma had not said anything about 3klp ping this particular room, and so with my heart In my mouth, 1 wen msldc. The shades were tlghtl drawn. 1 did my duly In doubi time and not until I was safely 1 Uio corridor did I permit myself B much as a tremble Not that I be llcvc in ghosts and such! But ncv crthclcss tho atmosphere of Mrs Horace's bedroom had been a tn fie too unearthly to suit my taste I hod now readied the head o the front stairs leading upward t the third story. I mado up my min to visit tho servants' quarters be- foro tackling the remainder those on Uic second floor. The stair, though slightly narrower and danter, was a dupllcal of that which ran from tho first t the second story. I had reached, think, the third or fourth step o the lower section when I heard sound that stopped me. Somcon was coming down from abov someone whose shoes squeaked! An eternity passed before th owner of those shoes came Int sight. With my eyes popping froi my head I waited I do not kno what I expected to sec--some aor of ure-catlng monster, I guess-and I burst into helpless, hystcri col laughter as a pair of razo: rcoscd trousers followed by o \Vlth my hand to my mouth, 1 nllftod my mirth. m m a c u l a t o gray waistcoat i emerged from the gloom. "Beg pardon, miss!" The monster paused beside me. It had a square, anxious face from which jluc eyes peered worriedly into mine "Oh! Oh!" I could not stop laugh- Ing. "Is there anything wrong, miss?" I shook my head. With my hand to my mouth, I stlfllcd my mirth. I took a deep breath. "Thought of something funny!" I gasped Idiotically. "Indeed, miss?" The blue eyes blinked In sudden alarm; the razor- cfcascd trousers edged distantly from me. Why--the man thought I was silly. I swallowed convulsively. Tho corners of my mouth switched once or twice before I managed to regain complete control of myself. I sold coqucttlshly: "I haven't seen you around before." "No?" He regarded me uncertainly. "Do you belong tn the house?" "Not exactly, miss. I volet one of the gentlemen guests." "Do you?" I smiled ravishlngly, and sidled closer to him. Strangely, this seemed to Increase his fright; he moved as far as possible from me. "Mr. Jeffries, perhaps ?" "Count Orslni, miss." "Oh. the foreign gentleman!" I was properly impressed. "Fancy valeting royalty!" For the first lime my monster smiled. "Royalty, if you'll excuse me, miss, Is not all it's cracked up to be." "No?" I eyed him reproachfully. "You don't mean It! Tho count looks ever so generous " "Humph!" The volet snorted. Evidently I had touched a sore spot. "Generous when it pleases him to be, miss, and that's a fact." I made sympathetic noises. "I supposed gentlemen treated their valcta as ladles treat their molds-ou know--give thcm-thlngs, UJco clothes and shoes--" "Not until they arc all wore out, miss. That's why I was bowled over, ao to speak, when he handed me a brand-new pair of shoes this morning--" "Shoes!" "Yes, miss." Ho glanced at his feet. "A perfect fit, too. I can't un- dcrstand It!" "Well!" It was oil 1 could do to hold my voice to the casual note "They do squeak a lltUe--1 daresay you noticed that?" "Annoying, miss?" "Oh, nothing to speak of--but you know how gentlemen arc! your count Is one with nerves-'He has a nasty temper," the valet admitted. "Likely as not the squeak bothered him--but a bit of ·ease on the soles will fix that. 1 * "Really? Well, I must be getting on." "Must you, miss?" He sounded regretful. I nodded. "I have my work to do" "Will I sec you again, miss?" "Probably: I'll be around." I smiled my sweetest. "What's your name, by tho way?" I added as an afterthought, "Ludwlg, miss. And yours?" "Elsie." "My mother's name was Elsie," he raid mournfully, and my lips began to twitch again. "So long, Ludwlg," I said, and ran down the stairs. At the landing 1 glanced backward. Ludwig was staring after me, grinning fatuously. I had made a conquest! Impulsively 1 blew him a kiss. Poor Ludwlg! He would not be loving me long! Not after Mac Mcln- tyrc got hold of him.' In the housekeeper's dining room Mac and Phil wcro in the act of rising from the table. They looked smug and well fed I hated them! 1 grabbed a roll from the tablo and gnawed furiously. "Easy, girl!" cautioned Mac. "Remember your figure. 1 scorned to reply; my mouth was too full! The detective patted his protruding stomach. "Best meal I ever ate, Elsie. Too bad your doctor put you on a diet!" "There are other things In life besides food!" I retorted complacently. "Shoes, for example!" "Shoes?" He registered mild astonishment. "Shoes?" "Yes, shoes. Squeaky shoes!" "Eh? You found them?" "Of course," 1 said airilyi and bit Into another roll. "When I detect, gentlemen, I detect. "Well!" And the admiration la his voice was so gratifying that i found my Ul humor vanishing. "Where arc they?" be demanded eagerly. "At the present moment they repose upon the feet of one Ludwlg, valet to Count Orslni " "Orslnl!" he exclaimed, and I- kncw I nad rung tho bell. Whatever he had been expecting, it was not this. "Xou're dead certain?" -' "Dead! With my own cars i heard them; with my own eyes 1 saw them. The count presented them to Ludwig this morning." "So! And let that be a lesson to you, Mclntyrc," he said ruefully. "It never pays to form theories in murder cases!" "I--" I began when Mrs. Greely camo Into the room. "The police have returned," sh« sold, and we returned to the library. (To Be Continued) Red Flashes Win Danbar Cage Crown Dunbar Red Flashes came through in brilliant fashion to win the first half championship of the Dunbar WPA Recreation Center Senior Basketball League by whipping the Hot- Chas, 44-23, at College Hall, Dunbai, before a capacity ciowd. Gent and Soldano earned awny scoring honors for the winners with 12 points each while Lyons was, outstanding for the vanquished quintet. Mori ell Juniors came out on top in the flist half of the junior league. Deported in 1938. WAiTIINGTCXN 7 , Jan 23.--James L Houghtclmg commissionei of immigration, said that 18,553 aliens, \vcre forced to leave the United States, last ear. All Washed Up. The old Aqueduct race track in New York, no longer in use, may be razed to make room for an FHA project. Dunbat Recreation Center Juniors weic the runneis up. The summaries: Red Flashes Soldano, f -Sklenar, f ~-- Biuno, c Gent, g Parker, g Totals -. Hot-Chas Lyons, f --Bigley, f Hatvcy, c R McDowell, g ,,.. H. McDowell, g _. G. 6 t . 4 . 6 . 1 F. Pts. 0 12 2 10 21 G. .- 4 _ 1 3 2 0 10 2 44 r. Pts. 23 Totals fccorc by quaiteis Red Flashes 10 11 12 11--44 Hot-Chas 5 6 7 5--23 Referee--Bogusky. C. A. C. W Lizza, f F. Dunaway, f -B Dunaway, c _- Manzol.i, G. . 4 1 - 3 . 1 F. rts. 1 9 0 2 J. DcAIni co, g 2 NEWS BEHIN THE' Continued from Page Four. expected, but it seems to be only a guess No official sources ha v e hcaid anything to confirm the supposition Congressional sources who Ubually Bet good Moscow grapevine material know nothing about the ambassador who returned to Moscow on recall. The Frankfurter appointment went thiough the Senate so fast (no debate) because Senatot Borah spoke his mmd to Republicans in a caucus beforehand It settled any doubts in opposition minds. Ghent, g 16 Totals Scoie by quarters Red Flashes 11 6 C A C 8 3 Rcf 01 ce--Bogusky. Ufpirc--Joseph Panonc. 33 6 10--33 8 4--23 Hi-Dc-Ho Biglcy, f - ... Lyons, f -. Maddas, c H McDowell, g . R McDowell, g . Harvey, c Total*; , Utorrell W Frederick, f ... J. Tremba, f , -F Habma, c G 1C Frcdcuclc, g 2 A. Henderson, g 4 A. Habina, c Totals Red Flashes Quarre, f A. Sklenar, f Bruno, c Parser, g _ 11 G. 0 7 3 3 1 23 F. Pts. 0 0 0 14 1 7 0 6 G. . 2 . 7 _. 0 . i 2 . 2 .- U G. .. 0 .. 2 ._ 3 __ 1 _. 0 .. 0 F. 1 l 2 0 0 0 4 r. o i i o 0 0 Totals 6 Score by quartets: Hi-Dc-Ho 4 15 6 7--3L Morrell 2 6 4 2--14 Referee--John Bogusky. Umpire--Joseph, Panone. R e l i e f R o l l s In County Show -Case Gain A net increase of 140 cases, or 2.8 per cent, was shown in the direct relief rolls of Fayette county during the week ending January 14, accord- ins to the State Dcpaitment of Public Assistance at Hamsburg. The gam vyas the result of closing of only 07 cases while 237 were being opened. Of those put on. relief fl2 had lost private compensation, expire and 33 for other reasons. Of those taken off the rolk, 21 received jobs with private industry, five were added to the WPA, 33 were receiving unemployment conpensation and 38 for other reasons There were 312 new applications for assistance while the rolls- showed 5,176 eases, representing 20,824 persons, and expenditures amounted to $33,406 20. Continuing to reflect the effects of December WPA cuttailmcnt, Pennsylvania's direct relief load rose to a State-wide total of 234,722 cases, repicsentmg 722,921 persons. The net mcicase o\cr the January 7 totni amounted to S.'iSG cases (17,922 peisons). Approximately 37 per cent of this increase was traceable to an advcise balance between case openings and closings associated with changes in private employment. Approximately 60 per cent was traceable to an adverse balance between case openings and closings associated with the Federal Works Program. Since' December 5 this latter factor has accounted for a cumulative rise in State general assistance totaling 17,446 cases (59,!G9 persona) as of January 14 Durirrg the week applications for general assistance totaled 11,817, an increase of 2,352 from the previous week Net expenditures for general, assistance grants totaled $1,689,009, an increase of $47,434.

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