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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FK1DAY, IMfiBK0AKVr 11, WAS. Many Real Estate Deals Recorded UNIONTOWN, Feb. 11 --Deeds filed with Recorder Pat F. Hynes include H C. Fnck Coke Company to Charles H McGinnis and wife, Lc- mont Furnace, ovci one acre in North Union township, for $975 H. C Frick Coke Company to Ida Crosbland, Lemont Furnace, less than an acre in North Union township, for $600. H C. Frick Coke Company to J Frank Collins ard wife, Lemont Furnace, less than an acre in North Union township, for $600. . Pittsburgh Lake Eric Coal Com, pany to Allen Jones _ and v/ife, Grindstone R. D 1, lcs$ than an acre in Jefferson township, for ?300. ; Robert Philip to Jessie E Sumny, Fayette City, tract-jn_Reuben Jones and William Weightman plan No. 1, Foyettc City, for SI : Robert Philip 4o Jessie E. Sumay, Fayette City, lot" 11 "in Andrew Brown addition,JNiyette City, for $1. . First National Bank of Smith/leld, per receiver, to Maude N Conn, Point Marion, lot m Improvement Company plan. Point Marion, for $25. : Caroline D Broun and husband to nominee Valentine, Masontown, piece of ground m'Masontowir, for $5 000. I Harriet E. Doivns and husband to Kathryn Santim, ConnellsviUe,~lot 140 in Greenwood "plan, Connells- yillc, for $1. - William ~B. Downs and wife to Kathryn Santim, Conncllsvjllc, piece of ground in Franklin township, for $1. William B Downs and wife to Kathryn Santini, Connellsville, lot 320 and one-half of lot 321 in Greenwood plan, Connellsville, for $1. Kathryn Santini to William B Downs and wife, ConnellsviUe, pieces of ground in Connellsville, for $1. . John A. Picrsol and others to John Perry and wife, Belle Vernon, 6,000 square feet in general plan 16, Belle Vernon, for $1. Domenico Corna to James Corna Wick,Haven, lot 35 in Fayette City Manor, Washington township, for $1 H C. Frick Coke Company to Hugh V. Ferrcll and wife, Continental No. 1, less than an acre in South Union township, for $1,700. Eugenie Assuf (Kassouf) and husband to Mike Kessoff, Connellsville tract in Connellsville, for $1. Mike George to Mike George and wife, Masontown, lots from 1 to 7 Inclusive, in Monongahcla Valle; Land Company plan, Masontown for $1. Vernon A. Swisher and husbanc and others to Ethel Cr.iig, Champion piece of ground in Saltlick township for $1. Charles M. Stone and wife to the First Church of the United Brethren in Christ, Connellsville, lot 31 in R. S Paine plan, Connellsville, fo $2,700 Jennie E Cunningham, per execu tor, to Anna M. Deal, Henry Clay township, lot of 6,345 square feel Henry Clay township, for $725. Domenico De Gregono to John L Garber and wife, Marmarsville, lots 2 and 3 as laid out by Justin M Kunkle, Menallen township, for $1 Bruce Portcrfleld and wife am others to Martin Porterfleld, Jone Mill, one acre and 29 perches in Springfield township, for $1,000. W. J. Ramey, Ind , to John Bamas Amend, two lots in Revere, for $1. Flora Henry Tricot and husban to Ira E. Keiser and wife, Lak Lynn, tract of 109 acres and 8 perches, Springfield township, for $1 Eglee Laurent and husband an others to Ftrnand Collet and wife Point Marion, lot 100 in Frazee add! tion, Point Marion, for $1. Steve Duch, Jr, and wife am others to Paul Duch and wife. South Union township, lots 447 and 448 in Joseph Vclf plan. South Unio: township, for $1, Perry Tobln to Lester Dennis Springhill township, eight acres to Spnnghill township, for $264. Eliza Ellen Johnson:to Carno-C Fleming and husband," Smock, trac fa Hopwood-MargIe~pJan, "Kfortf Union township, for $17 Charles R. Hessler^and "wife Kingdom Service Association, Pitts burgh, tract of 17_acres injGerman township, for $1. ~ _ Hccla Coal Coke Company tc When Confronted Bf Serious"~ Financial ProBfcms, It's" A M3sL'Wove._Ti~SÂ«tL- i_Ds: ForrArr. _~ $2S to r $300 CASH LOANr NÂ» Endorsers or Signers No Knibarrassmcnt. Â· Ash About The Union Repayment Flan. So Payment for 30 Days. Up to 18 Months to Repny. Old Krluble-27 Yri. In Grecnshiirs IxMm Mnflo In Westmoreland Ana Surrounillni: Cowiillrs. Cnll--Fliono--Or Write N I O N LOAN CO. t04--Second Floor First Nitlom) Bank Bldg. Phone 1-3-1-3 GREENSBURG Defends Mrs. Wright Airs. EcllUi McBrlde and daughter NataUe Character of tho slain Mrs. Paul Wright V.CLS defended in court In Los Angeles by her mother, Mrs Edith McBrldc, and sister Natalie, shown on way to court. Paul Wright, on trial for tho slaying- of his wife and his best friend, awaited his fato after taking tho stand In his own defense Eli Visnich, Republic, over one acre in Redstone township, for $200 Hecla Coal and Coke Compnny to Louis Bryan and wife, Ralph, less than an acre in Redstone township for $2,900. Ada H. Sheets and husband to Arthur C Rowland, per attorncy-in- fact, Umontown, three pieces o ground in,Connellsville, for $1,626 57 David Warren Quits As Westmoreland Homesteads Head News of Tri-|Town Community MOUNT PLEASANT, Fcb 11 -- Djvid Wnrrcn, mnnafiei of the West- mot eland Homesteads in Mount Plejsant township foi more than n ii, has icsigncd his Fcdeial post there md h is returned to his home in Baltimore It was also learned that the contract for construction of a pantb factory in l v o township government community to pio\ide work for more than 100 homesteaders will be awarded before the end of this week Sixteen bids hae been received fot the factory construction project, and bids have now been closed Work on the new building is expected to get underway soon after the contract is awarded It is estimated now that it will take 120 uDiking das to erect the factory The money for the project \vill be furnished by the Federal government in the form of a loan to the homesteaders, with the understanding that the money will be paid back out of profits, Mr. Waircn's departure came as n surprise to many homesteaders His resignation had been presented several days ago, but imny did not kno\v he was leading the community until he completed his duties yesterday and departed for Baltimore. He plans to take up employment with a private business tirm Mr Warren came to the Westmoreland Homesteads ai manager on November 19, 1S30, when Divid Day, who had been in chaVge of the project from the beginning, was forced to resign. No successor to Warren has yet been designated Ward Beckwith, Washington, D. C., who has had supervision of the Mount Pleasant township project for the Rural Resettlement Administration, is now in the community and he is expected to handle Mi. Wirrcn's duties until such time as a successor is appointed For some time Westmoreland county's Democratic leaders have felt that the manager of the homesteads should be a Westmoreland county resident, and they have not felt kindly to the outside men sent m by Washington authorities The agitation for placing a Westmorclander as DAWSON, ! eo U -- M r and Mrs T. A Mclntyic of Leckrone and M G Grasiingci of Youngstown, Ohio, were dmnci guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Gaal of Noith Dawson Friday evening Mrs Letter Bairicklou, Mrs Dan McGill and daughtei, Grace, oÂ£ Van- dcrbilt weie Fuday callers m Union town. Mrs Thomas Softchcck of Umon- town spent the week-end with her sistcr-m-law, Mrs E M Addis of Vanderbilt The Standard Bcaicrs of Philip G Cochian Mcmoual Methodist Episcopal Church will meet this evening at 7 30 o clock at the home of Miss Sni.ih Husbmd Mrs Mary Ann Nolan of Detioit is visiting wit!) her sistcr-m-law, Mrs Julia Ambrose of Vanderbilt Miss Mary Esther Black of Liberty, Miss Miry Elii"ibeth Collins, Miss Lois Marotti and Robert Stncklci of Vanderbilt haxc returned to their A. Notopoulos Ends Today A RECIPE TO CURE ALL FAMILY ILLS! A Sj mphonj- -Â«!*58Â«ff Â°f Lnuehter and Selected Short Subjects ,,* LEWIS STONE CECILIA MICKEY PARKER Â· ROONEY GEORGE B. SETTZ SATURDAY MONDAY and TUESDAY HE WAS HAD WITH A GDX BUT GOOD AT HEAET! ADVENTURE WITH "TRIGGER BILL!" In a spectacular rom an co of the wild, golden Woit...wilh l h a g r a n d star of; "Vivo Villo" bring-' Ing pulso-poundi thrill*.,'. . arm in featuring V I R G I N I A B R U C E D E N N I S O ' K E E F E ][ 1IS ,KHIWCAU.BIA,lEW]SStONE,OUYKIBBH Jimmy Fidlor's Personality Parade studies at Grove City College after a few days vacation a their homes. The King's Heralds oÂ£ the Philip G Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church Will meet Saturday ifternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Joyce Ann Goldsboro Mr and Mrs W H Bacr o/ Un- icntown spent the week-end at the home of Mi and Mrs Godficy Haas of Lcisenring manager of the project has been renewed again with the departure of Mr. Warren. Order 5,000 Workers From WPA Projeds HARRISBURG rcb 11--Banks Hudson, Stntc WPA administrator, 01 dered 5 000 workers dropped from WPA projects in Philadclphn before March 1. Hudson said the cut uould be necessary "because of the city's fail- uie to supplement government relief work with funds for materials and supplies ' Yejlir Mlses Instructions. EUGENE, Ore, Feb 11--Had the lobber who enteied the Home Lumber Company's office here been able to reid--he would have saved his own time ab well as damage to othu people's property He found nothing in the site after knocking oft the dooi Plain written above the dial was the combination SHORT LINES .... BROKEN SIZES KroÂ«n and IJIiicK--Suede and Kid 'I k-s uiid runips--Also School Heck. Kortli ritlsljtug Street THE NEW 2 GREAT FEATURES 2 GREAT FEATURES "WHAT MIC YOIR MODELS GOT THAT I HAVEN'T/ GOT? Comedy-News-Shorts SATURDAY Â» MONDAY Â» TUESDAY Â« KSDNESQAY to escape front the "ven-i Â«f the Iaw...frowi r end Jon HaQ Â«.aÂ« the tratrnojovero, reclaiming tbeir,IuppneÂ«iÂ£ttr (C- Aubrey Smith as Father) Paul who dcficd.tlieiw. Â·JtheJscttrog for tfce greatest.of : xfl Â«H| nil tujej dramas by Charles Nordhoflf and James FfctH,. tmthoTasof "Mutiny oa'tbe Bonnty"^-^with DoHorar LAJMOUR, JON HALL, MARY ASTOH, C. AXJBBEY SMITO, TÂ«!OMAS MlTCRELUjRAYMOND MASSCY, JOHN CHJRADfNE and COMING! Snturdnj. February 191 h "The Buccaneer"