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PAGE EIGHTEEN THE DAILY COURIER, CONNE1ASVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1939. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash, lOc charge. lASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run Per line, 7c cash 3 Times Sc charge Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line. Gc cash, 7c chaige. 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 Spea'a/--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Personals MEN OU3 AT 40 -- Get pep New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw ojstcr invigo alors and other stimulants One dose starts new pep Value $100 Special price 89c Call write Union Drug Co Strayed, Lost, Found 10 FOUND--Bl-ick bird dog have same by calling at South Connellsville Owner may Fire Eept Automotive Automobiles lor Sale 11 The Best Of Terms Arranged To Please Yout WEST SIDE MOTOB COMPAVy YOUR FORD DEALER W CRAWFORD . 2nd ST PHONE 407 Opei Evenings 1 Open Sundays! MR AUTOMOBILE BUYER! WE HAVE XUST THE CAR THAT YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOH! WHY WALK- WHEN YOU CAN RIDE? ALL OUR LSED CABS THOROUGHLY RECONDITIONED A N D READY TO GO SEE THEM TODAY! Easy Te-msl -- Priced Right! 2937 Ford V-B Standard Coupe Looks and runs like new Try it out today 1937 Studebaicer Coupe equipped -wit't Radio See it today A wonderful bus! 3937 Dodge 4 door Trunk Sedan with lull deluxe equipmen* Excellent tires 1936 Dodge 4 door Touring Sedan paint Eoort to eMel'ent condition Motor I ^-islmairuPHOLSTERY AWNINGS completely overhauled. I FURNITURE REPAIRS i. RECOVZHINCS ' Automotive Automobiles for Sale. 11 YOUR CHOICE SIX (6) 1934 FORD V 8 DELUXE 4 DOOR SEDANS EVERYONE Ifc THE VERY BEST OP CONDITION ALL HAVE BEEN THOROUGHLY INSPECTED AND HAVE THE NEW INSPECTION TAGS ON THEM HURRY COME IN TO DAY AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE PRICE EACH 5195 Business Service Business Service Offered 18 SKFCIAL SHOE HEPAIR1 MEMS HALT SOLE--Leather or Uikide J sewed or nailed Pr 7Dc , LADIES--Half Sole . 50c SAM SPICOLA. 520 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE NEXT TO BAERS HARDWARE STORE Business Service Professional Services 28 EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances A- A. Clarke PH. G Druggist, 323 North Pittsburg Street. Phone 1M. Employment Situations Wanted--Female 38 EXPERIENCED GIHI^-Wantb work in store or housework by da *Mary Butzcl Dawson Pa Financial Need Hone; 0-B NEED CASH--In a hurry? Well lend you Â§300 or less on your signature Personal Finance Company Phone 34 Livestock Dogs, Cats, Other Pets 47 FOR S \LE--2 Co lie pups 2ol East Fairviev/ Avenue Merchandise Buildings, Building Materials 53 PLASTER--And finis i lime to suit vour needs Complete stock at all tines Stone *. Work Phone 1"OD Farm and Dairy Products 55 IB31 G M C 3* ton Pick up Truck long body and heavy springs 1935 Diamond T " Truck with long wheelbase equipped \%ith coal body and good tires VOUCH -VOTOS COMPANY AUTHORIZED BUICK SALES Sc SERVICE S12 SOUTH P1TTS3UBG ST PHONE 8 "we Never Close ' PHONE 9M5 332 so pnrsBURG ST HERE IS THE CAR! OUR SPECIAL FOR TODAY TRY IT--THEN BUY HI 1036 PONTTAC COUPE- VERY NICE B L A C K DUCO FINISH E Q U I P P E D WITH HEATEP AND GOOD TIHES CAR IN EXCELLENT CONDITION DOWN PAYMENT $160 BALANCE IN 32 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OP $2436 I IRE 1HEFT AND COLLISION INSURANCE INCLUDED IN THE ABOVE EAYMENTS Absolutely The Best! G M. A C Terms! MASON MOTOR COMPANY CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE 127 W APPLE ST PHONE 105 Open Eventngs! Open Sundays! USED CARS! SEE OUR SELECTION! E E VAN SCOY INC, 253 E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 243 YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS 321 "5O PTTTSBDRG ST PHONE 8 A FEW MINUTES spent in looking over the classiPed ads each day will save you many hours and dollars in getting Just what you want. GOOD DEPENDABLE ttSURANCE -All kinds James R. Laughlin--aSUR- 4.NCE See me fo- rates 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520 insurance ind Surety Bonds 23 | INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375 T D GARDNER, SIGH Movingr, Trucking, Storage 25 FOR MOVING PHONE 50 DULLS TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE PA "FOR BEST SERV1CE1" Icrn Sto-age For Household G LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving Miller s Transfer 153 East Crawford Avenue Phone 183. rARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY 1 KERBS HOW-You can find a marl-el, Â£or your farm products, your farm implements jour dairy products your live stock and household goods by running a small Inexpensive ad In our Classified Section T*iero you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation of The Dally Courier covers a large area and sour advertisement wili be read by many peoplt who are look ng for rf ust the tilings sou have for sale. IsOTE All classified -\ds arc pas- able in advance You will find our ratei in the above Clashed Heading Fuel Feed, Fertilizers 56 Real Estate tor Sale Brokers in Real Estate B SAY YOU MR RENTER--You can t wls.li for that 1 onie but 5 ou can buy now lor less than you will later on Let us 1C i you what we have Terms,! PETER R WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE PROPERTIES FOB SALE OR REOTI T C PHALIN SO CONNELLSVILLE PA PHONE 975 Houses tor Sale HOUSTON AVENUE 210 -- Six room frame house %vith bath in the vci-v best ot condition Immedia c possession Priced to sell at $1500 Inquire Paul Wagoner 1009 West Crawford Avenue Phone 148 FOR SALE--Six room house with near Hospital 52 000 FIVE ROOM HOUSE--With bath pa\ed btrect $G50 ROBERT NORHIS PHONE 505 bath FOR SALE--Six room house and six acres Just oatsidc of City Limits Â·RM P McNULTY EAGLES BLDG PHONE 1760 FOR SALE--\ T ear Wooddaie 2 a arc 1 ; six room house electric 2 chicken coops Inqu ro Bay Poorbaugh Auctions--Legais Loral Notices 91 GOOD LUMPY -- Run of r-mc coal 100 bu 8c delivered SO bu 9c delivered 25 bu I2c rfc ivtrcd Cash Phone 2037 Frank KoballT Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Hand Bills!--Binding!--Catling Cards! Bill Heads!--Letter Heads! For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cardsl No Trespassing Sign* For Sale! All Work Fully Guaranteed! All A1 Reasonabla Ra*est COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT PHONE 65 DAILY COURIER SLDG OK PHONE RESIDENCE. SI. THE DISTANCE YOUR money goes depends on whether you are a regular reader of the Classified Section or not. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE /Â£ 10 36 16 e ACRObS 1--Allied the "Odes- 5--Covered with sey small figures 22--Sheltered - 8--Shortfor Kenneth 10--Not horou 11--Sour 13--European bird It--A color 15--Throw 16--Symbol for methyl 4T--Stop 2S--Chief inlet 24--Fervent 28--Exclamation 29--Consisting of lace 31--Wind 32--Pulsate 33--Covered with KBB 34--Correct 36--A gratuity 37_VVrest 21--Weep 30--A conjunc 22--Prance tion 23--Exclamation 32--Writing 25--Anxious implement 26--Cut off edgesSS--Ever (con- of a coin traction) 27--An early 35--Pi onoun British gov- 36--Note of the ernorof N 1 scale Answer lo previoii" puzzle 20 -- Sorceresj- io 3S -- And 1 -- Turf 8 -- Bordered 2-- Slips side- 10-- Peruvian wa3 coin 3 -- Spread grasslS -- Letter C Lo dry 13 -- Repudiate Â·4 -- Halt an cm 10 -- Greek letter fi -- Pacified 16 -- Symbol for 0 -- Ao antlcred masurium animal IS -- Island m 7-- Not? of the Atl-uiUc GENUINE--Wash n^ton Run Coal Low price Wm Dull it SOT Phone 107 or call Dawson 3^01 and 3T31 Good Thinps lo Eat 57 FOR SALE--Bedford County pure maple syrup Phone 2097 R 50o N Pittsburg Street Household Goods LARGE SELECTION -- OF JH GRADE SLIGHTLY USED TABLE TOP GAS STOVES 50^ LESS THAN COST fcLIGHTLY USED 4 PC BLD ROOM SET SPRTNG ANO MATTRE'sS $-950 0 PC DICING ROOM SET 531*50 2 PC L3V3NG HOOM SETS I ARC " SELLC TION $19-50 CONGOLEUIv RUGS $495 Sc SDIJ5 CONGOLEUM B^i TKL \ ARD 48c BREAKFAST SETS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Odd DRESSERS A N D WARDROBES PIBLCO R C A VICTOR RADlOb 1037 AND 1938 "MODELS $14,50 UP LARGE TRADE IN ALLOWANCE ON VOUR OLD FUR NITURE ANT3 STOVES COME IN AND BE CO1VVINCEO THAT OUR PRICFS AHS H3GHT CREDIT IF NECESS\RY MERVIS FURNllURn COVPAm NORTH PITTSBURG ST ^EIOtsE 2020 TAX ORDINA.?NCE Ordinance Zso 43 AI. ORDINANCE OF THE BORQUGI of South Conncllsvillo Commonwealth o Pennsylvania fxing the ax rate for the fiscal year 1039 Be it ordained and enacted ard it i: hcrcbv ordimed and cTacted by thi Council of the Borough ol South Con neUsville ComnonuealUi ot Pcnnsjt vania Section 1 That a Ui\ be and the same is hereby lex cd on iU property Tid oe cupations within the said Borough ^ ject to taxation lo Borough purpo c e for the fscal jci- 1939 as follows TTX rate for general Borough pur poses th( hum of fourteen (H) TiiUs on each dollt r of assessed valuation For debt purposes the sum ol ten (10 mills on each dollar ol a^bcsscd valuation Making a total tax rate for all Boroug] purposcb ot t-xvenrj tour (24) mills Section 2 That any ordinance or par of ordinance confUcUng uiUi this ordin ancc be and Hit. imi is hereby repeilci insofar is he same nfTccts this ordinance Adopted this sixth diy ol February A D 1939 Maxwell Moore President of Council Ajjprtned this 5~s.th dai. of Februir A D 1933 Paul DeSolt, Burpee CErtTZFICATJQN I hortbv cc.rtj'% thit the lorcjjoln; Ordinance is a true and correct copy o Ordinance Tso 43 pa si.d by the Boroug; Council on the sixth div of iLfaruary A D 1^39 lid approved by [lie Burgeon the sixth day of I-cbrua'-y A D 1939 Chis E "\Vc\ant Borough Secretary (SEAL) lOfcb It ADMtMSTRATttrVS NOTICE, ESTATE OF WILLIYM 3IEVRY DE ccabcrt Letters ol Admfnlbtratlon on th esta c of William Henry la L ol BuUski To vnshlp Fajcttt Countj Pennsylvania deceased Lettc of Admini 1 atlon In the above cstaic hi\jnÂ£ been granted, to the undc" sH) Ld notice Is hereby civen to nil persons indebted lo the said decedent to make paj me it to the urdc-siRticd without delai ind all persons h-ujng claims or dfmnds iga\n r L said Cjta c are re quested to make kno\\n tht same Isannic Henrj Co-mcUsvllIe R D Vo 2 Administratrix Fred E ^ounkin At torn cj 3Â£cb Gt frl FOR SALE--Ap-nment electric \sasher studio couch flat top desks dressers day beds cool and gas rarges nnd lots aÂ£ other articles at bargain prices * DULLS STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET PHONE 50 Wanted--To Buy 66 SAVE VOiJR BIG WHITE RAGSJ THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE PAY YOt) IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING PLR POUND Rooms and Board Booms for HanseKepIng 69 FOR RENT--Two nicely Iurn"~s.lied7 looms for light housekeep nÂ£. Central loca tio i 232 E Crawford Avenue FOR RTTsT--Two f u i n bhcd light house Ki^cp n^, rooms electric refrigera or Tor adul-s only 124 W Apple Street FOH RENT--Two furnished rooms for ll?ht housekeeping 1219 Vine Street Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats Ft RNlSIttD APA75TMENT--Private tile balh hot witer heit Busmebs pro fc b om people p'-eÂ£cried 1220 South Plttsburt StieU Houses for Kent 77 TOR RENT--716 Blickbtone Road \\cat Side T^e toom 1 ou c ird bitli Inquire 718 Blackstone Ho d V/liEN YOU HAVE something which \ou \\ould likt. to sell just call 12 or 13 for a C a i f e d ad Inker Your ad on this i3iÂ£c will surely ca ch the ejes of inter tiled buyers What's What At a Glance By CHARLES P STEWABT Central Press Columnist WASHINGTON, Feb 10--Out of t i c row over Piesident Roosevelt's foieign policy (whatever it may be), Senator Gerald P Nje of Noith Dakota has had his fair share of favoraole publicity Indeed one hears him mentioned on Capitol Hill as a 1340 G O P White House possibility He is not jet \ery vociferously so suggested, biu he icolly does appear to have something of a tentative little boomlet simmeung For one thing the North DatxOLan was a member of the small group ot solons to whom r D ' said or didn ,, say (which ii which is a moot point) tnat Uncle Saras frontier" OL first Lne of defense is on the Khme' 01 m Ti.an.ce or England 01 some\\ hei c else on the ooposite side of some ocean The piesence of the Devils Lake lawmaker at this, epochal gather ng his ent tied him to moic than the aveiage leg a atoi s peiccntage of audibility ir the contioveisy \\hich has followed it Such Senatois a Albert W Baik'ey Demociat c leadei in the uppei congressional chamber and Clnnrran Key Pit mail of the same chambe s foteign lei tions commi tee would delniously well li ce to do the P esident s interpreting fo him Ihey \\ould do i , believe me in a labhion to make his utteiance sound plenty popular Un'uckily included m audience Thev do not know . first hand v.hat was said When T D" deposes that his lem IKS ha\e oeen delibei atelv lied about the can a\ei that they do not doabt it for a mmu c.--but they were not tl etc On the Job Nye u as So \ eie some other Senatois--and L.HAPTER FORTY SEC JOHX HENRY HERMAN the lectrlcian, squirmed uncomfort abty on the hard witness chair The afternoon I got a coll from the housekeeper at the Manor to come out and fix the three electric driers what was out of order--" Didmore interrupted What time did you receive this first call 7 Around two o clock " "Very well Continue" Â·Well as I was saying it was Sunday and I don t usually do no work on Sunday, but the house kotper said they had to have tllem driers in shape for Monday morning And so I said Id drive out and fix em Well before I could get started I got another call say ing-1 wasn t to cone-One moment' Was this second call also from Mrs Greely 7 John Henry wagged his head It was a woman s voice calling- Naturally, I thought it was her again " ' I see ' Didmoro nodded. " That s all He called Mrs Greely to the stand Now, Mrs Greely he caid, "you have heard the evidence supplied by Mr Herman. Do you agree to if No returned the housekeeper flatly J do rot I made the first call I know nothing whatever about the second one "iou did not call Mr Herman and cancel the arrangement you had previously made with him '" I did not ' And you do not know v ho made this second call* 7 I do not Is it possible tl-at someone in tha house overheard you making tiia first call' It is possible," she admitted "The call was put through from the kitchen -- quite publ c ' Who was present in the kitchen at the time of the call" 1 "The butler Mr Hawkins and Henrietta, Mrs Horace s maid I see said Didmore again and Â·was about to dismiss the witness when Mclntyre beckoned to him For some seconds they consulted in low whispers Didmoie then ret u r n e d t o t h e ho jsekeeper 1 Wlierc * ' he asked, is the main or key telephone located at the Maror* 7 ' Mrs Greely appeared surprised "In. the kitchen 'How manj branch phones does the estate boast 7 There is a phone in each room ' And these phones are all connected' ' ' Connected ' Diamore e'aborated "Is it possible for a person phoning: in the kitchen to be overheard m the library or in one of the bedrooms 7 ' Oh 3 es 'Are these pliores aside fiom the key phone outside lines?" Yes ' Â·How, do they operate 7 " Mrs Greely explained "When a call comes through to the Manor it is taken in the kitchen Hawkins or myself transfer it to the proper The phora there is his outstretched hand be beld a thin blue packet. party Outgoing calls may be made on any of the phones ' Thank y ou very much" The housekeeper returned to the Witness bench This concluded the formalities The jury, as was expected, pronounced a verdict of wiilful murder in the case of Mrs Horaco T Witherspoon, Sr, in the case of "Mrs Horace T Witherspoon, Jr, and in the case of Eliza Williams The murderer was designated as a person or persons unknown. "And now,' said Mac, when the courtroom had cleared, "and now to business' He sounded eager and excited I wondered wnat rabbit he would pull from nis hat this time But he made no further comment. He streaked from the room The last I saw of him he was hurrying down the coiiidor in Mrs Greeiy's wake I saw no more of him unJl evening * * Â· It began to nun that night around seven o clock. The rain beat in torrents against my windowpanes I dined alone and tried to shut out the sound of the ceaseless, relentless downpour. Ordinarily I am fond of rain There 13 something soothing in it. This night, however, the steady drip drip drip of the drops to the ground oppressed and unnerved me Its very stea(5fastness chilled me It was an all night rain It would go on and on--like--like the murders and the mystery forced myself to drink and--I second cup of coffee I must get hold of myself Madness lay in. such thoughts I lit a cigaret and leafed through the pages of a magazine, but the stories failed to hold my attention. The house Â«as terrifymgly silent for that early hour Below din- ner was being served, but the clatter of sih er and china did not reach, my quiet retreat. Later the guest* would pack for departure The inquest concluded the police had no authority to detain them further. Tomorrow Delia Craig, Reginald Ainsworlh and Jeffrey Todington would f o their separate ways. Count Orsim would, of course, remain, but it was unbkely I would see him or the others again Tomorrow I, too, would leave the Manor. Tomorrow Kitty would return A footstep sounded in the corridor, the door slowly opened Mac, Mclntyre crept stealthily into the room. "I ve found them, Elsie" hÂ« whispered He came close to me In his outstretched hand he held a thin blue packet "Found what 7 " 1 queried, and he ouer/ed the packet. Inside was a thin sneaf of tissues "Where 7 " I demanded But he shook his head and would not tell me 'Never mind, Elsie You'll find out in good time. Benson arrived yet 7 ' "No" "Damn 1 " He consulted a battered nickel watch If he comes and I'm not here, hang on to him until I give the signal" 'The signal 7 " He was being 1 mysterious He chuckled. ' Curiosity killed * cat, girl 1 1m expecting a visitor. Mind if I sit down and wait 7 ' Â·No" He sat down Quiet descended. There was no sound in the room save the tick, tick, tack of the battered nickel watch and the pitter- patter of the rain. We waited. Waited for what' I did not know. We simply waited (To Bo Continued) SALLY'S SALLIES A fellow s infatuation for a girl is often cured by marrying Her accurately lilustiatively, Senator H Styles is even stiongei Nye and Bridges Budges language than Nye s Well however they wets not the sm 11 Preia dential are fellow Republicans Surmise that they are in cahoots against the Demo- era ac Administration Yet Senator Bennett Champ Clark, a dyed-in-the- wool Democrat, indorses Nye and Bridges Nye and BiiGges are not much closei togethet politically, etthei thjn aie Claik and Budges 01 Clark and Nye Nyc is a western ladical Republican, Bridges an eastein conse vativc H-im Homan And Clark js a con- seivativc Dcmoctat therefore dif- feient f t om Budges and Nye both It is a tu angular split But it is triangularly anti-New Deal Nye TbouBh'' ISevcrtheless getting back to Gerald P Nye Gciald is the inventor of the doe- tune of Yankee neutiali y anyway 'Vll eaihet expeumeni.ers have boosted foi Jie m untenance of our neuiality 'if possible Nye b neutral ty law calls foi our neutrality -- possible or impossible' In a queer way the thing wortts It does keep us neutial Sellers Sisnis, Contiatt Julius (L.emors) Solteis signed a 1U39 contiact With of them conoooidte ^ye piettyj Cleveland Indians has the Hisrh School Pupil Jailed SOMEBSET Feb 10--Paul A Folk, 18, Somerset Township High School student was committed to the county jail by a local squire after he allegedly signed a confession to the theft of a wrist watch from a high school teacher He is to be arraigned before the court Gets Consolation Prize RIPON, Wis , Feb 10 --Tiny Croft (his fl st name is Milburn and hes a guard on Uie fleshmen football team) didn't get a d ite foi the Ripon Collegt. prom with Acfaess Anr Sheudan but he did get her photograph so he's happy The photograph is inscribed To Milburn From Ann." BOY S C O U T S ARE AWARDED MANY BADGES Continued from Page Nine industry, first aid to animals Dale Gallagher, Troop 1, carpentry, public health Richard Gallagher, Troop 1, swimming, personal health, handicraft, first aid, pathfindmg, carpentry, public health, safety Charles Geiger, Troop 3, firemen- ship Harry Guard, Troop 1, first aid, personal health pathnnding, swimming John Huston, Tioop 8, photography, Robert King Troop I, first aid Donald Kraft, Troop 3, fireman- ship Jack Lawson, Troop 1, first aid Robert Rose, Troop 1, first aid Hubert Soisson, Troop 3, bird study, carpentry, first aid, firemen- ship Philip Soisson, Troop 3, firemen- ship Don Stefl, Tioop 1 peisonal health, first aid, handicraft, public health, safety Jack StiUwagon, Troop 1, personal health, fiist aid, safety, handicraft Bernard Widmer, Troop 3, firemeÂ»- ship Elsley Witt, Troop 1, bird study. Dale Witt, Troop 1, handicraft, s\ imrrung, public health, pathfind- ing James Wolfe, Troop 3, firemenship Star--James Fleming, Troop 8 James Funari and Hubeit Soisson, Troop 3 Don Stea and Jack Stillwagon, Troop 1 Life--Thomas Coughenour, Troop- 5, William Foley, Troop 8 First Aidoree awards i\ ere Troop 1--Jack Stillwagon, captain, Dick Gallagher, Don Stefl, Victo^ Mosley, Olivei Da\is Tioop 1 Hairy Guard captain, Robert King, Robert Krueger, Jack Lawson, William Voda Troop 3--John Dixon, Favois Military Training; PHILADELPHIA Teb 10-- Mili- taiy training is needed to prepare youth foi peace as well as foi war, captain, Charles Kraft, Bernard \Volfe Geiger, Widmer, Donald James Major General Ed\\ard C commander of the 28th Pennsylvania National at ves Shannon, Division, Guard, be- Warns Airainst Communism PITTSBURGH Feb 10 --Americans weie uan.ed to awaken to the inroads of Co rrnunism by Dt Edward J McCormick of Toledo, Ohio grand evalted ruler of the Elks at a testimonial piogram in his honor, attended by 1,000. Troop S--Fianfc Kane, captain, Henry McRobbte, Thomas Coughenour David Musgrave, William Thornley Troop 5--Grant Buttermore, captain Joseph Cailton, Donald Heagan William Baldwin, Frank ! VanNoiman Tioop 5--Edward DeBolt, captain George Blair Sonny Garhck, William Miller Guy Tress- Tioop Z--3 B Athey, captain, Melvin Sweeney, CailGeenan, James Gallaghei, Donald Nixon Troop i, Dunbar, Irvm Marbn, captain, Albert Moon, Arthui Moore Bruce P ckens George Reiser Why Not Try our classified colurcns when you want something? Results follow.