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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONWBLLSV["L,LE. PA. -*TimUAY, -MARCH 4, 1939. Courier Classified Advertisjements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc cuarge. 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; Sc 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-Ta!er Special--Your Ad Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Si]d--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements MINE FOREMAN--Fire boss examination questions and answers. Write P. O. Box 187, Sometsct, Penna. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 THEY MUST GO! REAL BARGAINS'!! YOUR PICK OF: FOUR 1934 FORD V-3 DELUXE 4-DOOR SEDANS. EVERYONE IN THE VZRV BEST OF CONDITION. ALL HAVE BEEN THOROUGHLY INSPECTED AND HAVE THE NEW INSPECTION TAGS ON THEM. HURRY . COME IN TODAY AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE PRICE. EACH $1S5 Three--1934 Ford Standard Coupes, priced 1D30 Chevrolet Coupe--S75 1936 Ford V-8, IM-ton Truck, with long ' wheel base, coal bodv and m good condition. Priced to sell! a The Best Of Terms Arranged To Please You! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. YOUR FORD DEALER. W. CRAWFORD . 2nd ST. PHONE 401. Open Evenings! Open Sundaysl 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 Evenings 'till 3 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. USED CARS! SEE OUR SELECTION! E. E VAN SCOY, INC. BO E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 2«3 Business Service Moving, Trucking, Slorasrc 25 FOB MOVING . . PHONE 50 DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA "FOR BEST SERVICE!" Modern Storage For Household GoodE. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Miller's Transfer 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phone 183 Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Hand Blllsl--Binding!--Canine Cartisl Bill Hcadbl--Letter Heads! For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cards! No Trcspabsmp Sign* For Sale! All Work Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 63 DAILY COURIER DLDG. OR PHONE KES1DENCE, »V Professional Services 28 GROVER R HACERTY--Auctioneering Phone 1048, Unlontown. 124 N. G.illatin Avenue Am nou booking my spring wile;,. Would be glad to add o u r name to my list. EXPERT TRUSS rTITING-^Slastlc Hosiery end other surgical appliances. A A CiarXc, PH G Druggist. 323 North PlttsburK Stre e L Phone 1M- Employment Help Wanlcd--Female 32 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 BAKED PAPER MATS FOR SALE--Used Courier mats that are excellent for lining the inside of your gaiage. barn, chicken coop or outbuildinfis of an} kind Selling at Ic each Inquire at The Courier Office. FOR SALE--Baby c.arrinse. excellent condition rcasonaoic pi ice 503 Highland A'.e. Phone 2172 Buildings, Building Materials 53 OUR CEMENT--Sand nnd gravel arc of the finest quahticb Let us figure your requirements Stone Work. Phone 3700. Farm and Dairy Products 53 FARMERS LET US !IELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY! HEREi HOW--You can llnd · market, [or our farm products, your farm implements, your dairy products, your live stock end household goods by runntnc » smalt Inexpensive ad tn our Classified Section There you will find man}' people who Kant to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation of The Dilly Courier covers a large area and your advertisement will be read Dy mnny people w h o are looking for just the Uuncs you have for sale. NOTE. All classified ads arc payable In advance You win find our rates In tac above Classified Heading. Fuel. Feed. Fertilizers 56 Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 FOR SALEI-FOR SALE! SMALL AND LARGE HOUSES--Located In Connellsville, Scottdale, Eversor. Mt. Pleasant and rural sections of Fiyette County. Sold on small down payments, balance on monthly installments, 5 to 15 years to pay. Only 5 c ,e interest, no finance charge If interested, kindly write, phore or call in pel son. FAVETTE REALTY COMPANY. 405 SECOND NATL BANK BLDG T D GARDNER. MGR PHONE 1375. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. FOU SALE I SOUTH SIDF. PROPERTIES-- T« o tlx room hol-scE In good condition. Price reasonable. 60 ACR1.S--Farm Jind timber land, Sprlngfckl Township, along dirt road leading to Pike. 2 FARMS--Located Jn Dunbar Township. near Cl ty. WM P McNULTV EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1700 FOR SALE--Eight room house in Rood condition. Bath, garage, one acre o! land lmpro\cd road Johnston School House ?2.2SO SIX ROOM HOUSE--And finished third floor House bc'.t oC condition, nlco carafiO A houM; Ojal will plea-e ou Located at H2S Race Street ROBERT NORRIS PHONE 505. WOMEN EARN 518.00--Dozen sewlnc I Drosses. Everything iurrlshtd Mat- i tcnals cut Trimmmps and in-trtic- tions. Experience unnecessary. Write Quality Dress. Chi-rch Annex. P O lox l 245. N. Y. WOMEN WANTED--Address our catalogs. 2c each paid in advance plus bonuses Everything supplied. Fiet details furnished Royal Products. O P O. Box 1G4, Brooklyn. N Y. GENUINE--Wathlncton Run Coal Low pr.ce Wm Dull f t Son Phone 107 or call Dawson. S-.'Cl and 3631 JUN'IATA COAL--12c bu»hcl. cash, delivered 25 buthri orders also delivered Robert Welsh Phone 1I21-R-12. GOOD LUMPY -- N u n of mine coal, lt0 bu . Sc; 50 bu 9c. 25 bu . 12c delivered Ca^. Phone 2027 Franic Kobittla. HOUSTON AVENUE. ~31C -- Six room frame hou*c with bath. In the very b«-s of cond 4 tlon. Immediate poESLitlon Priced to wll n t 51400 Inquire. Pau WaRorer. 1009 \Vcjt Crawlord Avenue Phono Ua. LARGE: SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 36 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS El SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8 Auto Trucks. Tractors, Trailers 12 TOR ' SALE--1S37 Plymouth Pick-Up Truck. Heater, low mileage. Very low price. Frank A. Przzica, Monongahela, Pa. Phone 570. FOR SALE--1934--114-ton Ford Dump Truck. Reconditioned motor, new bodv, new hoist, very low price. Frank A. Pizzica, Monongahela, Pa. Phone 570. Business Service Business 'Service Offered IS FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS St. RECOVERrNGS PHONE 0645. 322 SO. PITTSBURG ST. IF YOUR GRAPE VINES--Need trimming, call Conncllsville 1191-M. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -AH Wnds ·James R. Laughlin--INSURANCE Sec me lor rates. 300 First National Bank Building Phone 520. Financial Need Money Household Goods NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend you $300 or less on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34 Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 FOK SALE' LIVING ROOM--And d.nmc room suits. cKv. u-por.s, drc -'cr^ cmiche-'. and btx's Coal and j;js r.inrrs also fjorxl desXi and tpc\vrU«rs Special, one child s l^rfie p!n\ pen OUl.L'S STOKAGS 22 E. PEACH ST PHONE 50 SEE MERV1S FUII.N1TURE COMPANY-FOR BARGAINS I.N FURNITURE AND STOVKS OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT NORTH PITTSBURG £T PHONE 2020. FOR SALE--Frebh Jer;L' cov« and c«)U Chab Savngf. Lopan's Crossing, near Kearns' Gas Station. Poultry, EKSS and Supplies 49 BABY CHJ CKS--All breeds. Purina Startcna Keystone Feed Stores 110 West Apple Street. Phone 107, DON T wattc time uishin£--look over the classified ads and see how easily you can get v.nat jou want. YOU'LL COME across practically everything you need if you look over the Classified Section every day. ALL THE BEST opportunities in Con- neJlsvillc and vicinity are to be found in one place--The Classified Section EACH OF these ads brings together two people--advertiser and reader--for their mutual benefit and satisfaction. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 13 16 38 Ml- 20 27 1.4 36 IS 37 30 33 3-3 ACROSS 22--A hawk 4--Queer old !cash , fellow 25--A swelling (alang) 26-Soon m -p.v 27--An opiate 10--Fix 28--Symbol for 12--Overhead silver 13--rShrewd 29--Mist 15--^-A water 30--Repose craft 31--Marine 16--Place to sit mammal 17--Aeriform 36--Saturated fluid 38--Make an 19--Two (pre- entrance fix) 40--Suave 20--Bulky 41--Boiled. pieces of slowly timber 42--Type tl--Pronoun measures DOWN 1--Adhesive 7--A zoological substance garden 2--Island off g--Eluded frJSwith u-?^ spots 10-Bcast of 5--Each burden (abbr.) 11--Symbol for 14--Egg drinks IS--Like 21--Exclamation -22--Lets 23--Pressing 24--Symbol for neon 25--Sewing Implement 27--Achieve 29--Vanished 31--The first man 32--Japanese coins 33--Purpose 35--Devoured 37--A gulf of Siberia. 39--Prefix denoting" back Answer to previous puzzle Auctions--Lego Is Auctioneers, Auction Sales 90 PtnMi; SAM' ICFAL KSTATK THK UNTJERSIGNED--Will o«cr public auc'.ion on prrmf'«"i on Sa:urdav March I I . IS39 2 o'tl'Kk kno-sn *\ !lie 1/irm of Aaron F Stoner r*lale 1-OcauO ^bojt 2 miles north\/t^t of Scol*fta lf * nrcls oT Scottdaic-Sml'hton ro'id 3S acrrn ho«^^" i .-j-n. other outbuilding IUIT-.T;; v-nler c3rctncft\ Tcrn.s r*.uit: K n o w n on dflv of vale T 1! Chrtt'y. Auctioneer John V. Stontr, Adrr r t KITTEN FOX AND RELEASED BY CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION READ THIS FIRST. Summoned to tho atate penitentiary ·where her father lies nir death, Lona Acker-man is dismaed when he fail-' to recognize her. He is serving a life ecn- tfnee for i Tmrder which occuri id ·when he sought to avenge hia daughter's honor, rinding a Iriend In Jim Claiidge, Lona had just begun to take a new interest in 1'fo when the prison ·warden tcipgiaphed her of. her fathers illness Alone in the world she hud apont months, finding jobs, then losing them wh^n it became known she was a. cor\let's daughter. F i n a l l y Jim hud found her a new position, saw more and more of her, until t!ir fell in love. The prison waiden takes Lona to his home As they enter, two conUcta confront them with Runs. (NOW GO ON WITH THE STQHT) CHAPTER FIFTEEN THIS COULDN'T be real, Lona caught herself thinking again and again throughout the harrowing scenes of the next few minutes. This couldn't be happening to her. It was some other girl, some storybook character who was here in the warden's house, hands uplifted before the menacing guns of two desperate, escaping prisoners. Sha watched, dazed, while Warden Lewis was forced by the sneering Lefty to order out his car, and dismiss the chauffeur who came to the door to report to him when it wan drawn up and waiting in the drive the house. With the warden's clothes covering their^ tell-tale gray uniforms, the two convicts herded Lewis and Lona into the car. The -warden driving:, they trundled out through the darkened drives to the'heavy gates "No!" Lona heard herself protesting as the gate swung open in the gathering mist, and the road stretched before them unguarded. "I can't leave Daddy! You can't take me--" "Shut up, you!" A harsh voice silenced her, and the gun in Louie's hand pressed closer to her ribs. Auay from the towering walls, the one called Lefty ordered the warden to turn into a side street and come to a stop. While the wheels were still spinning, Lome leaned from the back seat, and before Lona knew what was happening, he had brought his gun down with a cr.ick over the warden's head. Lewis slumped, soundlessly, and Lona stifled a scream. "You've killed him!" The words n.Imo5t refused to come. "You've killpd htm--" "Aw, fer God's sake, shut up, \vlli j ou!" ordered Lefty, and a slinking bunch of rags was thrust into her mouth and tied with a handkerchief behind her neck. The warden's body was limp and his head lolled from side to side as they dJmped him out and dragged him, unresisting, into a clump of trees of what looked hKe a ctt; park. They left htm there, and UK sight of their faces, revealed in the street light as they slunk back to: ward the car, struck terror to Lena's heart anew. They were desperate looking, tense and brutal. Shrinking down, she tried to open the car ooor on the far side and slip out. But they were too quick for her. The one called Louie caught her in his arms as she almost fell onto the running board. His clutch on her was hard and rough and a startled oath sprang to his twisted lips as he realized what she was doing. "Askin' fer it, eh?" he growled. She saw his hand come up, the gun butt shining. She tried to scream through her gag as she realized he was about to hit her as he had the warden. Desperately her hands went up to ward off the blow and she crouched, her eyes on that terrible, uplifted gun. At just that-moment, as if at a signal, a screaming wail seemed to rise from the ground on all sides of them--a shrill, unearthly, ear-splitting screech that went up and down until it seemed their startled ear drums must break. With an oath Louie pushed her headlong- back Into the front seat of the car, hia intended blow undelivered. "The siren! They're on to us!" he ground out, between whitened lips. "Get started!" They were off before he had slammed the door. Sweating.-Lefty crouched over the wheel, his foot on the warden's accelerator. Shooting through the night, that tin- earthly wail eddying about them, they were out of the city and onto the open highway in what seemed like an instant With every mile the girl's heart sank farther and farther. · "Attention aR cars! Attention all cars! . . . " the warden's radio began to howl as Lefty nipped it on with a nervous hand. . . . "Believed heading northwest. . . . believed heading 1 northwest, . . . using warden and the girl for a screen. . . . girl's father, a fellow convict, is dying in the prison hospital , . , girl is badly needed." With a sudden oath Louie reached down and tore the gag irora Lena's mouth, prodding her into silenco with his gun as he did ao. "If we're stopped, you're my wife," he told her, his harsh voice grating against the 'siren's 'dm, now dying out in the distance behind them. His words were clipped and came from the side of his mouth. "Get me?" Relieved of the gag, Lona gasped for breath in a long, choking sob. Tn her ears the radio still dinned. "Girl badlv needed . . . girl badly needed . . . father dying . . * father dying . . n * "Shut up, you 1 " "But he's dying! Don't you hear?" 'Let him die. You're goin' places " "He's dying, 1 tell you--" "An* whatd'ya think we'll do if they catch us?" "Oh, please--" "Shut up, will you!" The gun dug into her back savagely and she subsided. With burning eyes she watched the miles speeding by, each one carrying her farther and farther away. The sound of the siren had died out completely now, and only the droning 1 radio cut into the night silence, broken by the high-pitched whine of the warden'! motor being pushed unmercifully. Over and over again the fateful words beat into her brain: "Girl's father is dying . . . girl's father is dying . . . " Desperately she watched, for signs of pursuit. Despite the warning of the radio and the heaviness of the early evening traffic, nobody seemed to pay them any attention. Each time they whizzed past another speeding car she found herself grow tense, waiting for a shot that never came; at each crossroad it seemed there must be a carload of armed policemen, barring their way, ending this dreadful waiting. But nothing happened, and gradually it dawned on her that it was because of her they were holding' off. "Using the warden and the girl as a screen . . . " the radio droned- again, and a frantic resolve took hold of her. Closing her eyes she let her body slump suddenly. "I'm -- going--to -- faint--" she brought out, weakly. *'Stop--" "Hey, you can't pass out on us!" The gun prodded into her ribs anew. "You gotta sit up an' be seen. Here! . . . Sit up, you!" "Sorry," she gasped, and allowed herself to go even limper, her head sinking: against the driver's shou- der. "Get her up!" Lefty shot frantically at the cursing Louie. "Hold her head up. She's gotta be seen." "Hell--" Fumbling, Louie dropped the gun mto his lap as he struggled to life her relaxed body and prop up her lolling head. It was the chance for which she had been praying. Stiffening 1 suddenly, she threw herself headlong onto the driver, grasping at the wheel. There was an instant's tussle, a moment of dreadful swaying and being flung about, a piercing scream she couldn't quit check. Then they crashed. The last thing- she heard was a rattle of shots' from somewhere behind them. After that she knew no more! (To Be Continued) FOR SALE^ New I'roccM ran ra"Kf Good condition price nssonable. 210 E Cccid.- Avcnw Wanted--To BUT SAVE YOUR PJC WHITE RAGSl THEN BRING THEM TO THE couunsi omcE . . . wiix PAV YOU Of CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING Hs . . . AT 5c PER POUND verier. S.Tnue! D Bracmer, Auorney. In Re- EMatc o£ Bella C, Tharndell. J ecc.i * * d In the O-phinj, Court of F,ieltc County, 'enr.-j ivanui. | NOTIC?- t hi-cby Riven to all pcrjoi* nt crested in the ^iU i-stntc Urn the \ erMpned h.T. prc--tnted hit petition to ( lie «»Jd Court at No. 1-43 Dcembrr T* -m 93B praylnc to ha\ c the estate of uiiich th« ·'·aid decedent died wired set isidt* to him as part of hUi $5,000 00 altmanct: under the Iirvs of. the Common- calth of PennsyHdiiin, and thnt tiie c -iid Court nas appointed Mond.ij March 13, f39 at 10 00 A M in the Court Hou*e at | Jnioniou-n for a hearing upon the said mailer. Charir*. H Thomdell. Surviving spouse of Bella C. Thorndell, deceased 25-feb -2t-sat Rooms and Board Rooms (or Honseeeplng- FOH RENT--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1210 Vino Street. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR REN'T--Furnished apartment, four rooms, oath, first floor, central iL-t,a- tlon. Phone 1898-Ii FOR RENT--Three rdom furnished apartment. Private bath. Phone 287-W. FOR RENNT--Five room apartment Inquire 132 So. Eighth Si Phone 1711-R, Wanted--To Rent 81 WANTED TO RENT--Three or four rooi furnished apartment by young married couple. No children. Address Box 500, - care Courier. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate WITHIN YOUH REACH--North First Street, six room bungalow with bath, heat, four car garage, $1.800 Terms I PETER H. WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES. FOR SALTS OR RENTI T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNELLSVTLLE PA, PHONE 975. Farms and Land for Sale 33 FOR SALE--The A M. Johnson property at East Connellsville. About 5^ acres, 10-room frame house, bath, hot water heat, electricity, 2 chicken houses brooder house, milk room, garage, barn cistern, well and spring water. Corner property on improved road. Inquire Dr. L. Dale Johnson, 703 Second National Bank Bldg, ConnellsvUle, Pa, Phone 131-J. FOR SALE--71 acres 1 mile North East of NormalviNe, Eight .room house, heater, water in house Bank barn, other outbuildings. Some timber. Inquire Harriet Snyder, Nonnalvl'.le, Pa. YOU KNOW WHAT you want and a Couiier Classified ad-taker can tell you how to go about getting it Phone 12 or IF YOU DON'T see \\]-at you want airong these ads, advertise yourself tomorrow AN AD A DAY keeps hard times away Inquire about our yearly ra'.e. Notices NEWS BEHI THEtf Continued from Page Four. what was undoubtedly merely an in- ndvcrUmcc but I lacked the opportunity, since I did not iee the bUl of complaj-t until after H had been printed and filed with the Supreme Court " ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Santy Llborlo, allab Santy L-fborio, alias Sanducci Laborya, late of he City of Conncllsx lllc, Fayctte County. ?Vnn*f Ivania, deceased. Letters in Ad- nmibtraUon on the above named estate laving bosn Krantcd to the undersigned, notice Is hereby felven to nl! persons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, and to those having claims, against the same to present them, propcr- aulhenHealed. lor settlement. Jennie DeVito, Administrator, 220 Tenth Street. Coniellbville, Pennsylvania, lewis M D'Aurla, Attorney. 25-feb -6t-sat. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Letters testamentary on the estate of Joe TomasI, alias dictus Joseph Tcr~iasl. ,nte of South Huntingdon Taw: 1 ship, "Westmoreland County, decesified. having been granted to the undersigned, by the Register of Westmoreland County, notice- is hereby given to all persons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, and to those having claims against the same to present them to the undersigned, duly authenticated for settlement Samuel Tomasi. Executor, Jacobs Creek. Pn. John L. MoIJison. Attoi ney. 28-3 an,-6t-sat EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that letters testamentary on tho estate o£ D. Harry Horton. deceased, lafe o£ the City of Con- nellsviUe, Fayctle Cnurty, Pa, have been granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to said estate are requested to riake iirmediatc payment and those having claims against same, will ma^e them known without delay Elizabeth M. Horton, Executive, C02 South Pittsbarg Street, Connellsville, Pa HiRbce. Leweilyn, H.gbee Robert P Smith, Attorneys 28-jan.-6t-sat. BUDGET NOTICE. THE BUDGET OP THE DUNBAR Township Road Supervisors for 1939 has been prepared and is open to inspection by anyone concerned, at the office of the Supervibors, at the West Side Hotel, Connellsville, Pa Signed, B. J. Colbert, Secretary febl8-25-mar-'i. The CuTimings reply (January 21, 1935): "DeEtr Harold: This acknowledges your letter of the 17th of January about Boulder Dam, and I am not suipnscd by your perturbation. Even in the midst of great events, the misuse of n cherished name is apt to be upsetting, "The difficulty in this particular instance seems to grow out o£ the fact, that while the term 'Boulder Dam* is used as often as possible and scattered somewhat promiscuously in strategic places in the bill of complaint, nevei-thelcsss the .drafters of that document seemed to feel" it necessary in describing the dam to use the title employed by Congress in acts appropriating money for its construction. "I believe these acts refer to the dam as 'Hoover Dam' (see 46 stat. at large 1146:47 stat. at large 118; and 47 statute at large 535.) Moreover, the dam is referred to as 'Hoover Dam* in the contract between the United States and the metropolitan water district, under which contract [ understand, the dam is actually being constructed. Our department was not aware that you had officially rechrlstened the dam, or tha there had been any change in its technical name since the order 01 Secretary Wilbur made on the 17th of September, 1930 "I rather doubt whether it is feasible to do anything about the matter at this late day, even if i were deemed appropriate to do so In other words, it looks to me very much like water over the Hoove: (Boulder) Dam. - When I see you, '. shall extend my commiseration in person." Thus apparently the dam has been Hooover Dam legally for four years although no one knew it exccp Messrs. Cummmgs and Ickes. Unless the new Attorney GeneYa Frank Murphy will take a less lega and more Ickesian view of the In tcrior Secretaty's predicament, ap rarently it w:ll"remain Hoover Dam PARADISE, Mar. 4.--Mrs. Minna Josely and Merritt Alien Dolan ·isited with Stanton Basinger and Mr. and Airs. James Rhodes Tuesday afternoon and evening!" Miss Margaret Morris, who is em- 'loyed in Yoimgstown, Ohio, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and firs. John Moms. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McConneU pent Wednesday in Pittsburgh. Mrs, Emory JMrP.ln in of-Wooddale and Mrs. James Rhodes and daugh- er, Phyllis, were visitors last week with their aunt, Mrs. Minna Hosely of this place. Mrs. Wiley Zufall attended the fu- leral service for her cousin, Francis Baughman, held Saturday afternoon it Madison Church and visited over Sunday at the home of Mr. Baughman's brother-m-law, _ Francis Raynolds of Ruffsdale, retur^iing hcme unday evening. Mrs. William Grafton and daugh- QUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is as near as phone Just call 12 or 13 and your needs will soon be met without any further trouble on your part THERE IS a friendly spirit in The Courier Classified Department which makes it a pleasure to use this department. For results, try our service ITS HARD to find fault with the Classified Section because you can find practically everything else you need THE QUICKEST WAY to get what you ·want is to use one of tliese Classified Ads MAKE BOTH ends meet--use a Classified ad and get a buyex. Paradise ng list of advisers now are, and their religious affiliations, a survey has been made with the following results: There are 19 men now nearest the sresidential ,ear: Corcoran, Cohen, [ekes, Hopkins, Bullitt, Eccles, (Velles, Jessa Jones, McNinch, Steve Sarly, Judge Rosenman, Bill Douglas, Morgenthau, Hanes, Frederick Deano, young Tom Edison^ Admiral ^eahy, Louis Johnson and Marvin Maclntyre. Among them are: One Catholic, three Jews, seven Protestants (subdivided as two Episcopalians, two Methodists, two Presbyterians, one Baptist), one Mormon and seven whose denominations are not sufficiently distinct to appear in Who's Who. ~" " ~~ ter, Mary Louise, of Weirton Heights, Weirton, W, Va., vistied with friends here 3ast week. Mrs. Grafton was formerly Miss Marie Fisher of this place. Oliver McConnell is recovering from an appendicitis operation" in Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant. Harold Kreinbrook, who " was kicked in. the chest by a mule last Thursday, is recovering at his home near "Bear Rocks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Echard, daugrf- ters, Minnie Mae and Phyllis-Jean, visited Monday evening with their aunt, Miss Mary Hoke. Mr. and Mrs. George Engle and. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coughenour and daughter, Geraldine, recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Washabaugh of Monongahela. Miss Sarah Seighman, nurse in Charleroi Hospital, visited Sunday evening with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George Engle of Hammondville. , Mr. and Mrs. David Kinneer and Mrs. Paul Wolfe spent Monday in Mount Pleasant. Russell Gowton, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gowton, is recovering from a serious attack of pneumonia in Mount Pleasant Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fisher and family attended the funeral services for Lester Eicher, 10-year-old son of Mr.--and Mrs. Paul Eicher ol Laurelville, who died in Mount Pleasant Hospital after an appendicitis operation. Funeral service was held Wednesday afternoon in Mount Joy Church of the Brethren. Mrs. Eicher was formerly Pearle Fisher of this place. Ijgronier Levy Unchanged. Ligonier council fixes its tax lev for 1939 at 10% mills, the same aj last year. The budget is $21,529.50. SALLY'S SALLIES R.C,.i e «d U. £ Pat, Sooty stories are circulating word of mouth around the country suggesting this or that - religiou group is predominant among th President's adviseis. Most reflect anti-Semitic sentiments--as if American Jews were any less divided than other religious sects between conservatism and liberalism, Republicans and Democrats. Apparently it is a thoughtless *e- vival of the stupid absurdity that people of any certain religion are of the same goodness or rascality--and the same politics. But at any rate, In order to find out who the President's ever chang- The fault-finder finds little else.

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