The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 6, 1939 · Page 8
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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PAGE BIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1039. Courier Classified Advertisements · For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c casi.; lOo charge. 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 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 j average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Fiat Rate. - · · " ' - Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker / Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Spea'a/ No Ad. !s Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Automotive AatomobUes for Sale II T O D A Y ' S S P E C I A L ! At The Chevrolet Sales SorvJce. 1338 CHEVTJOJjET SPORT SEDAN- DELUXE. USED VERY LITTLE AS A DEMONSTRATOR, BEAUTIFUL MAROON DUCO FINISH. EQUIPPED WITH HEATER. DEFROSTER, PANEL ELECTRIC CLOCK, DELUXE STEERING WHEEL. SELLING WITH A NEW CAR GUARANTEE! DOWN PAYMENT. $228.28, BALANCE IN 18 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF S29.0G. FIRE. THEFT COLLISION IN- SURENCE INCLUDED IK ABOVE PAYMENTS. G. M. A. C. TERMS! (The World's Best) MASON MOTOR COMPANY. 127 W. APPLE STREET. PHONE 305. Open Evenings I Open Sundays.' SEE OUR WONDERFUL SELECTION OF HIOH GRADE USED AUTOMOBILES ON OUR USED CAR LOT AND ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OUB.GARAGE. PICK YOURS OUT TODAY! WEST'SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PBONE 407. Business Service Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Hand Blllsl--Binding 1--CaUlnc Cards! Bill Heads!--Letter Heads! For Rent Cardst--For Saie Cardsl No Trespassing Sign* F o r Sale! All Work Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. DAILY COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Serviuca 28 EXPERT TRUSS FlTTlNG--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A. Clarke. PH. G. DruKRlst. 323 North Pittsburg Strcgt. Pnono 14. Employment Help Wanted--Female WANTED--Experienced white pirl. 21 years or older, for general housework. Must furoij-h the best of references. Capable with children. Slay night?, Good wages. ' Wdte "Maid," care Courier. Merchandise Articles for Sale FOR SALE, CASH--Before Thursday. IS ten month old laying Leghorns, ?I.OO each; -tQ-ft. roll 42 in. wire · fencing S1.75; 5-Rat. double wnllcii water fount, 70c; I, 4-ft. chicken fiocfc feeder. $1.50; baby carriage, ?5.CO; child's rocking horse, 50c: kitchen table. 50c. Inquire Corner Race and Woodlawn, Leroy Hoover. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 FOR SALE--Six room frame housr, bath, steam heat, 2 lots. "South Side. 53,000. SEVEN ROOM FRAME HOUSE--Bath. steam heat, 5 acres ot land. Near Johnston School. 52.500. . ROBERT NORHIS. PHONE 505. FOR. SALE OR TRADE--Dclco light plant and batteries complete. Will trade fur livestock. Lytlc D. Htxon, R. D. Vandcrbiit. Pa. Buildings. Building; Materials 53 COMPLETE LINE--Of Sherwin-Williams Paints, for interior and exterior purposes. Stone Work. Phone 1700. Business and Office Equipment 54 FOR SALE--Monroe C.'tlcuIaiinK Machine. Adds, subtracts, multiplies, divides. Good as new. Cheap. Call 1146-J. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES ' 25fl E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234, USED CABS I SEE OUR SELECTION 1 E. E, VAN SCOY. INC., 25B E.-CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. WANTED--Middle aged lady to do family cooking. Apply Arlington Hotel. Help Wanted--Male IF YOU ARE ABLE--To distribute advertising circulars send name and 'address for full particulars about wonderful chance to make up W S45 in a week starting at once. Zanol, "OGG Ivtonmouth, Cincinnati, O. · · · VOUCH'MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS, Kl SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 12 FOR SALE--Late. 1937 International Vaton pick-up Truck. Driven 15,000 miles. Mechanically perfect. Owner leaving town. Write Box 750, care Courier. Business Service Business Scrvico Offered 18 FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS, FUBNlTUJiE REPAIRS RECOVERINGS PHONE 8645. 222 SO. PITTSBURG ST. GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds. James R. Lawffhlin--INSUR- ANCE. See me for rates. 30D First National Bank Building. Phone 520. Moving, Trucking:, Storage 23 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE1" Modern Storage For Household Goods. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Miller's Transler, 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phone 183. WHEN YOU HAVE something which you would like to sell just call. 12 or 13 lor a Classified ad-taker. Your ad on this page will surely catch the eyes of interested buyers. EACH OF these ads brings together two people--advcriJscr and reado:---for their mutual benefit and satisfaction. IT'S HARD to find fault with the Classified Section . . . because you can flnd practically everything else you need. STEADY WORK--GOOD PAY--Reliable man wanted to call on farmers in N. Fayctte County. No experience or capital required. Make up to $12 a day. Write Furst Thomas, Condler Bldg.. Baltimore, Md. Situations Wanted--Female 36 WANTED -- Housekeeper position, by middle aged widow, reliable ar.d honest. Prefer business couple or Motherless home. Write, 507, South High St.. Sccttdalc, Pa. Financial Need Money 49-B NEED CASH--In a hurri? We'll lend you $300 or less on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phono 34. Livestock Poultry, Eggs and Supplies 40 BUY--Denny's Baby Chicks for profitable flocks. Five popular breeds. BLOOD TESTED. 95% Livabillty guaranteed for 14 days. J. F. Denny, Box 734, Youngwood. Pa. Phone 281. OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE is as near as ycnir phone. Just call 12 or 13 and your needs will soon be met without, any further trouble on your part. YOU KNOW WHAT you want and a Courier Classified ad-taker can tell you how to go about getting it. Phone 12 or 13. EXTRAVAGANCE and classified reading cannot exist together.-AN AD A DAY-keeps hard times away. Inquire about our yearly rate. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE to is 7s" 2T 33 16 31 36 23 t-tt ACROSS I -- Exclamation 24 -- Monetary "' of Inquiry^ unit of Japan 5-- Sport 25-- Slender 6 -- Slccplns Mliard rod l o t o r O - « c a 12 -- Exclamation 2S -- Splil pulse of contempt 20 -- River in 14 -- Emblem ot Livonia dawn 30 -- Greek Jetter 15-- Badly .31-- Without 17 -- Capital of purpose Philippine 33 -- Tempt islands 34 -- Yelps 38 -- Paid up- 3r -- Kind of tree plauders 36 -- Greek letter 20 -- Bark 3S -- Brazilian 21 -- Sifm of the coin Infinitive 39 -- To undergo . mode lysis 22-- Biblical 40-- Timid city (PI.) 43-- Symbol for ?p -- Cunning neon ·; DOWN .1-- Laws " · 7 -- EscuJent 2 -- Exclamation S -- Linger ^ of greeting 0 -- Fluctuate 4-- rAbovo 11 -- -Guide's ·6-- Province in highest note Greece (PL) 13 -- Possesses 10-- French ·province 19-- Jardiniero 23-- Stain 24 -- Young persons 'machine piece 26-- Young girl 27--Bitter tasting plant 28--Assemblies 29--Quivering 30--River duck 31--Single spot card "32--Organ of ' hearing 37--ExcJuniation of delight Answer to previous puzzle Farm and Dairy Products 55 FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY1 HERE'S HOW-You cnn find * market, for your farm products, your farm implements, your dairy products, your live stocfc and household Goods by running a small Inexpensive ad In our Classified Section. There you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer. The rural circulation oj The. Dally Courier covers a large area and your advertisement will be read by many people who arc looking for just the things you have for sale. . ' NOTE: All classified ada are payable in advance. You will find our rates in the above ClassLScd Heading. fTOH SALE--Six room house and six acres. Just outside of City Limits. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BLDC. PHONE 1760. CHURCH DARTBALL LEAGUE NOTES The schedule. for this week in the Church Dartball League follows: Today--Trinity Lutherans at First M. E., United Brethren at Baptists Methodist Protestant at Christians. Tuesday--German Lutherans al Evangelicals, Trinity Lutherans al Greenwood, Andrew Phillips at Presbyterians. The Standing of the teams: w. t. ret Baptists 9 3 .750 Trinitys 6 3 ,GG Andrew Phillips 6 3 .667 First M. E 5 4 .555 Evangelicals 5 4 '.556 Presbyterians 3 3 .500 German Lutheran 4 5 .44- Greenwood 4 5 .444 Christians 5 V .41 United Brethren 2 4 ,333 Methodist Protestant. 2 -10 .167 Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers 56 GOOD LUMPY -- Run oE mine coal. 1DO bu., Sc delivered; 50 bu., 9c delivered; 25 bu., 32c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037 Frank Koballa. THREE MORE MARKS FALL IN CONTEST GENUINE--Washington Run Coal. Low price. Wm. Dull Son. Phone 107 or call Dawson. 32U1 and 3G31. Household Good* 59 FOR SALE--Coat ranges 510.00 and up; living room suites, S15.00 and up; washing machines. $15.00 and up. guaranteed; radios, electric. $5.00 and up; pianos, S10.CO and up. Also big bargains in other furniture. DULL'S STORAGE. 322 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. HI-GHADE--SLIGHTLY USED DINING ROOM, LIVING ROOM. BEDROOM SUITES. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! MERVIS FURNITURE CO. PHONE 2020. Wanted--To Buy 66 SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGSl THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE . . . WILL PAY YOU IN CASH FOB ALL .. THAT YOU SRIKG By ... AT Sc PER POUND. Rooms and Board Rooms Cor Housekeeping 69 FOR TIENT--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. J210 Vine Street. Real Estate tor Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--Apartment, lour Inrge well finished, convenient rooms and bath. Centrally located. Inquire Anna B. Schmitz. 103 N. Arch St. FURNISHED APARTMENT--Private tile bath, hot water hcnt. Business, professional people preferred. 1220 South Pittsburgh St. Cojjr;iKbt. 1P39, Kb* FIVE ROOM APARTMENT--Two finished attic rooms. one-car garage. 121 So. Eighth St. Phone 1319. APARTMENT--FOLII- rooms and bath, all conveniences, .centrally located. 132 E, Fairviow Avenue. '. " Continued from ?age Seven, ol the inexperienced boys -\ chance to show their mettle and they came around in good shape, giving rise to hopes for another strong combination again next season. , Although the Orange and Black water stars have turned back three schools, their biggest test doesn't come until Friday afternoon of this week when they invade Duqucsne. The Dukes_always have a powerful outfit and will be out to scalp the Cokers who unseated them as W. P. I. A. L. champions .last year. Coacli Barr is fearful that the locals may take themselves too seriously and be literally drowned in the fjaek- oE the Duke swimmers. He is striving to get them in a proper frame of mind for Duqucsne. Adding interest to this match is the fact that Ray Y. Henry, a Cokcr graduate and a former Orange and Black basketball ace, is principal of Duquesne High. Connellsville set a new record in the 100-yard free style relay, while Holiday of Butler made a new figure for the 100-yard back stroke. The latter is a brother ot the former captain of Carnegie Tech's swimmers. In the 220-yard free style, Dennis, a loctil newcomer, cracked the existing mark. Bob Frazier, a sophomore, turned in his first win in the 100-yard free style. The summary; 40-yard free style--Laugherty and Kefi'er, Cokers, flusl and second; | Bistransin, Butler, third. Time 21 seconds. 100-yard back stroke -- Holiday, Butler, first; Blacka and Boyd, Cokers, second and third. Time 1:09.4. (New record), 100-yard breast stroke--Starr, Butler, first; Folcy and Buttermcre, Cokers, second and third. Time 1:17.9. 100-yard free style -- Frazier, Cokers, first; Paul and Brcncrt, Butler, second and third; Cross, Cokers, disqualified. Time 1:03.5. .220-yard free style--Dennis and Boyle, Cokers, first and second; Holiday, Butler, third. Time 2:45.5. (New record). 120-yard medley relay--Cokers, (Colborn, Blacka and Buttcrmore), first; Butler, (Keck, Starr and Halleran), second. Time 1:11.2. 100-yard free style relay--Cokers, (Cross, Laugherty, KefTer and Clemmer), first; Butler, (Paul, Bilavich, Bjstransin and Haileran), second, Time 1:24.3. (New record). Diving--Butler, (Loucks and Murphy, first; Cokei-s, second. FOR RENT--Small. nicely furnished apartment, suitable for man and %vlfe. OOQ E. Patterson Avc^ Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate R .IT'.S.UP TO mu--What _5hRU._it_tKL..Jn.. ten years, at S25 a month?--a bunch, of old rent receipts or a $3,000. home. Terms! . . PETER R. 1VIMER. WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR RENT1 T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONN ELLS VILLfi. PA. PHONS 975. Houses for Sale HOUSTON AVENUE. 216 ~ Six room frame house with bath, in the very best o£ condition. Immediate possession. Priced 'to sell at $1,500. Inquire. Paul Wagoner, :009 West Crawford Avenue. Phone 148. A FEW MINUTES spent in looking over tiic classified ads each day will save you many hours and dollars in getting just what you want. MOUNT PLEASANT HOST TO SCOTTIE QUINTET TONTGHT The basketball game between -Mount.. Pleasant and Scottdale High schools, previously scheduled' Jor Tuesday, will be played fonight, it was announced by Coach Ned Culler. This change was made necessary because Rdsey Rowswell, who will address Mount Pleasant Hotary Club Tuesday evening, will also talk to the Boy Scouts the same night in Ramsay auditorium. The Bobcats' league game with. Derry Borough has been moved up f"om Friday to Thursday at the latter's floor because several or the players on the Derry team are Boy Scouts who are to appear before the court o£ honor Friday night. THE DISTANCE YOUH monoy goes depends on whether you ore a reBular leader at the Classified SecUon or not. Homes. You will find desirable Homes and home sites advertised in our classified columns. RELEASED BY ' CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION CHAPTEK FORTY-TWO "WHERE DOES Miss Lemolno fit Into the picture?" Mac demanded of Mr. Richard. "I didn't have a thing to do with It!" Toots Insisted loudly. "She saw mo take the jewels," Mr. Richard admitted reluctantly. "She was coming into the salon for something or other--" "It's a lie!" screamed Toots, writhing in Mac's grasp. "He was crazy about me, and he couldn't gret me any other way!" Richard stared at her: "Tea, i was crazy," he said, and his upper lip curled back from hia teeth. The detective persisted. "Blackmailed you, didn't she?" Mr. Richard lit a fresh clgaret. Poor Icid! I guess he hated to admit he had played the fool for such a woman. Mac, however, to whom gold-digging; blondes were an old story, helped him over the rough spots. "She made you hand over the emeralds or else, eh?" "Yes." "He's a liar!" shrieked Toots. "Can it, sister!" Mac shoved her into a chair. "You're up to your neck in this, and you know it! Now about this money," he went on. "How'd you get in such a mess, son ?" "I--I gambled. I had to pay. I got the money from Beeman. He was going to come here and tell father--" ' "Hum-m-m -- did your sister know of this debt of yours?" "I had to tell her," the boy said, ashamed. "I had to tell someone.." "And the telegram you sent Beeman?" "After the will was read and I found I was--was rich, I wired him I could pay." "I see. Now one more question. Why did you agree to the engagement between yourself and Miss Lemoine?" Mr. Richard looked more and more ashamed. "I--I was scared," he mumbled. "I wanted to buy back the emeralds, but she wouldn't sell them. When mother died," he choked suddenly, "well--I didn't see anything else to do." Chief Ellis entered the conversa- "ifes, I was crazy." Uon. "How did you get mixed up with this blonde dame?" he wanted to know. "She--she was at the gambling place." "Where?" "In New York." "Go ahead!" scoffed Toots. "Go ahead and tell him how you begged me to marry you! How nuts you were about me!" "1 thought she was on the level," the ' boy said with bitterness. "I didn't know she was a come-on girl." "Sap!" Toots' voice was scornful. "I knew you for a sucker the minute I laid eyes on you! A softie, that's what I called you! A softie!" Mac queried: "Did you invite Misa Lemoine to the Manor?" "I--I had to invite her. The--the man who runs the gambling joint sent her here to collect. Then I got the money from Beeman. He said I could have thirty days to pay. I didn't know he was crooked." "I see." Mr. Hiehard burst out: "I know I've been a fool! I know I committed a crime stealing! But, before God, that's the only crime of which I'm gnilty! I'm willing to pay! I'm willing- to take my medicine!" "Sap!" Toots snarled. "Sap!" "Sure he was a sap!" Mac whirled upon her. "Better pickings next time, Miss Lemoine--If there is a next time. Hand over the emeralds." v For a. full second she glared venomously at the detective. Then su]-, and without words', she dived into her dress and brought forth a small chamois bag. Mac pulled the drawstring and the emeralds, green and glittering, spilled to the table. "Listen, you!" Toots was not beaten yet. "I'm not taking the rap alone, and don't you forget that!" She pointed a crimson fingernail at Richard Witherspoon. "You won't have any fun where you're going either, big boy!" "Miss Lemoine!" Mclntyre's tone was not nice. "I'm giving* you an hour to pack and get out of here! If you're still around at the end of sixty minutes--well--you'll damn well wish you weren't!" "You said It!" added the chief, and smacked his fist for emphasis. "Get out?" For once Toots was flabbergasted. "You mean--out?" 'I said 'out* and I mean 'out'! Scram!" 'Sure." She scrambled to her feet "I'm not anxious to stay!" And with a swish 'of her skirts she was gone. "You aren't gotag to arrest us?" Mr. Richard was incredulous. 'Boy," said Mac, gruffly, "we're Investigating murder! If your father wishes to prosecute for theft. It's up to him." "Oh!" I thought he would burst into tears. "Take it easy," Mac said kindly. "And, remember, the next time you get to New York keep away from the night spots--and blonde come-on girls!" Mr. Richard laughed and blinked his eyes fiercely. "You don't have to tell me! I never want to see New York again!" "All right, son. Run along!" "And now, Miss Hitter," he said sternly, when Mr. Richard had jub- ilantliy departed, "there's a few things I'd like to ask you!" "Oh!" I blushed hotly. "What-t?» "About this time business. You say you left the salon at nine-thirty and returned at ten?" "Yes. It struck ten while Phil and I were in the pantry. I ran up the stairs as fast as I could and into the salon." "And Mrs. Witherspoon was dead when you got there?" "Yes." "And ahe was alive when you left?" . "Why---" I started. I had not thought of that possibility. "Why, I guess so!" . ·· "So she might have been dead before you left?" I knit my brows. "I don't se» how. I was doing her nails and-oh!--" I broke off. "Oh, what?" Mac urged impatiently. ''Now what have you suddenly remembered?" I said slowly: "I just remembered that while I was doing- her nails Mr. Horace came into the lobby, and he startled me so that I cut a gash in Mrs. Witheirspoon's finger--" "Well?" "She didn't move when I cut her! She didn't move at all!" "Ah!" he said softly. "Aht" (To Bo Continued) Seeks Divorce Josephine Baker, Jean Lyon Josephine Baker, 32, colored dancer who^ swept from obscurity in St. Louis to fame and fortune in Europe, is seeking a divorce from Jean Lyon, wealthy French busiuessman and aviator, according to Paris reports. She and Lyon, with whom she is shown dancing, were wed in 1937. Her first husband, also white, was Count Pepito de Albertini of Rome, .Italy.. Fled With Sister-in-Law. GREENSBURG, Feb. 6.--President J'.uJg?_ s --C....E ti . Whittcn granted a divorce to Ruth Davis Kelly of New Alexandria on the grounds that her husband, Clair A. Kelly, deserted her on June. 1,- 1937, to run away with her .sister-in-law, Mrs. Betty Davis, wheii iho latter was a bride of only three months. Anfi-Rusdinff Bill. WASHINGTON, Feb. 6.--A bill to stamp out modern cattle rustlers won Senate approval and was sent to the House. Sponsored by Senator McCarran, D., Nev., the bill makes it a Federal ofiense to transport stolen animals across state borders. Wealthy Contractor Suicide. PHOENIX, Ari2., Feb. B.--Body ot Harold Brown, 48. wealthy contractor ot Briar Clift Manor, N. Y., was found in his parked car on the desert 10 miles north o£ here. A garden hose was attached "to the car's exhaust. W. P. J. A. L. CAC SUMMARIES SECTION FOUR Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Charlcroi 6 0 Monessen 5 1 Brownsville 4 3 Donora 2 4 Monongahela ^.'..2 5 California ., 0 6 Games Tuesday. Monessen at Donora. Charleroi at California. SECTION 17 Standing of the Clubs. W. L. West Newton 8 1 Dunbar ,, 7 2 Roslraver _ 7 2 South Huntingdon 5 4 Sewickley 4 5 Perryopolis 3 6 Fayettc City 2 7 Belle Vernon .._ 0 8 Games Tuesday. South Huntingdon at Fayette West Newton at Rostraver. Perryopolis at Belle Vernon. Sewickley at Dunbar. SECTION 15 StandiiiB of the Clubs. W. L. Redstone 8 1 N. Belle Vernon 6 2 Bentleyville ·. 0 3 German 5 3 Centerville 3 5 East Bethlehem 3 5 Ellsworth 3 6 East Pike Run 0 !' Games Monday. East Pike Run at Centerville German at East Bethlehem. SECTION NINE Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Greensburg ..6 1 Scottdale _.,,.4 5 Latrobe 2 6 Jeannette ,, ._ 2 6 CormcUsviile ,,._ 0 8 iE Pet. 1.000 .833 .571 .333 .286 .000 Pet. .889 .778 .778 .556 .441 .333 .222 .000 City. Pet. .889 .750 .667 .625 .375 .375 .333 .000 Pet. .875 .857 .750 .444 .250 .250 .000 Premier Beaten Premier Paul Spaak Belgium authorities are seeking ringleaders in the attack upon Premier Paul Spaak. He was "assaulted by crowd of -war veterans and nationalists, in Brussels, protesting the exoneration of Professor Martens, -who was condemned as * traitor after the World War. Games Tuesday. Jeannette at Johnstown. ConneJlsville at Nonvin. Greensburg at Latrobe. SECTION 13 Standing of the Clubs. W. L. Pet. Ligonier : _.....__._...3- '·'- 0 1.000 Devry Borough ~ 6 ' 2 .750 Hurst _ ...A 3 .571 Ml. Pleasant _..4 4 .500 Youngwood _____.3 5 .375 Derry Township 1 6 .143 East Huntingdon 1 ' 1 .125. Games Tuesday. Ligonier at Youngwood. Derry at Hurst. Derry Township at East Huntingdon, Pin-Ball Machines Legal. McKEESPORT, Feb. 6.--Council adopted a resolution legalizing operation of pin-ball machines. Owners must obtain licenses which "will cost $10 yearly.- '·

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