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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1939. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash, lOc charge LASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times, Per line, 7o cash. So chaige Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash, 7c chaige. These Rates~Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. Tfiere are five (5) average words to each line "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Special--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 MINE FOREMAN--Fire boss examination questions and answers Write P O Box 187 Somerset Penna Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 MR AUTOVOBILE BUYER I YOUR OPPORTUNITY IS OUK OWN LOSS! SEE THESE CARS TODAY-- ~ ~_ TOUR 1934 FORD V-8 DELLXE 4 DOOR SEDANS EVERYONE IN THE VERY BEST OF CONDI riON - ALL HAVE BEEN THOROUGHLY INSPECTED AXD "HAV2 THE NEW INSPECTION TAGS ON THEM HURRY COME IN TODAY AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE PRICE EACH $195 Three--1834 Ford StancHrd Coupes priced to sell 1 1930 Chevrolet Coupe--$75 1036 Ford V-ff 1^,-ton Truck with long ·wheel base coal body and in good cordition Priced to sell The Best Of Terms Arranged To Please You! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY YOUR FORD DEALER W CRAWFORD Sc 2nd ST PHONE 407 Open Evenings! ,, Open Sundays! Business Service Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 FOR MOVING PHONE ED DULLS TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE PA FOR BESI SSRVICEI Modern Storage For Househo d Goods LOCAL. AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving Millers Transfer 153 East Crawford Avenue Phone 1B3 Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Hand Blllsl--Blndlncl--CalllnE Cardsl Bill "HeadsI--Letter Heads! For Kent Cards!--For Sato Cards! No Trespassing Slfinj For Sale! All Work Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT PHONE 63 DAILY COURIER BLOG OR PHONE RESIDENCE, 91 SEE THEM TOD AY U -0-K USED CARS INSIDE OCR GARAGE XT 127 WEST APPLE STREET" MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings 'till 9 o clock Open Sundays till 6 o clock USED CARS! SEE OUR SELECTION! E E VAN SCOY INC 259 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 25S E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234. YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY GOOD USED CABS 321 SO PITTSBURG ST PHONE 8 Business Service Business Service Offered IS FISHERS UPHOLSTERY AWNINGS FURNITURE REPAIRS . RECOVERDJGS PHONE 8645 322 SO PITTSBURG ST CALL 24 J--For excellent wall paper cclaning--same as last yeas. Kenneth S\vartz IF YOUR GRAPE VINES--Need trimming call Connellsiille 1191-M Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 GOOD DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R. Laughlln--INSUR. ANCE- See me for rates 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520 DONT uasto time wishing--look over the classified ads and see how easily you can get what you want ALL THE BEST opportunities in Con- ncllsvlllc and vicinity are to be found in one place--The Classified Section Professional Services ZS EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances A A Clarke PH G Druggist. 323 North Plttsburp Street. Phone 194. Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 WANTED--Girl for general housework Call 445 Scottdale --Help Wanted--Male _ 33 STEADY WORK--GOOD PAY--Reliable mar wanted to call on farmers __tn N Fayette County No experience or capital required Make up to S12 a day Write Furst /Thomas Candlcr 31dg Baltimore Md Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 BAKED PAPER MATS FOR SALE--Used Courier mats tha arc excellent for lining the inside of yo ir gange barn chicken coop or outbuildings of any kind Scl Ing at Ic clch Inquire at The Courier Oflice Buildings, Building materials 53 COMPLETE LIKE--Of Shc'win-Willlims Paintfa for interior and exterior purposes Stone Work Phone 1700 Farm and Dairy Products 52 FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY! HEREb HOW --you can find a market, for your farm products your fa-m Implement your dairy products your live stock and household goods by running a small Inexpensive ad in our Classiled Section Thc-e you will find manv people who want to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation of The Dally Courier covers a large area and your advertisement will be read by irany people who arc looking for just the things you have for sale NOTE All ciassif ed ads arc payable in advance Yuu will find our rates in the above Classified Heading Fuel Feed, Fertilizers 56 GENUINE--Washington Run Coal Low price Wm Dull Son Phone 107 or call Dawson, 3261 and 3631 GOOD LUMPY -- Run of mine coil 100 bu Be 50 bu 9c 2a bu 12c delivered Cai.h Phone 2037 Fnnk Koballa Household Goods 59 ABLE MAN -- To distribute samples bundle Coffee Route Up to $45 first week Automobile g'ven as bonus Write Mills 7104 Monmoutli Cincinnati O Financial Need Money O-B FOR SALE! LIVING ROOM--And dining room *uits davenports dressers couches and bids Coil and gis ranges alio good desks and typewriters Special one child a large play pen DULLS STORAGE 122 E PEACH ST PHONE 50 NEED CASH--In a hurry? We II tend you 5300 or less on jour signature Personal Finance Company Phone 34 SEE AtERVIS FTjRNITURE COMPANY-FOR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND STOVES OLR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT NORTH PITTSBURG ET PHONE 2020 Livestock Poultry, Eggs and Supplies Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 FOR SALE--Dairy tvpe shorthorn bull calf fro-ri record stock First $15 00 takes it Box 4033 Damson Pa Nelson Porter BABY CHICKS--All breeds Purina Startena Keystone Feed Stores 110 West Apple Street Phone 107 OLR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is OS near as your 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 D pleasure to use this department For results try our service AN AD A DAY keeps hard timers-way Inquire about our yearly rate MAKE BOTH ends meet--use a Classified ad and gc* a buyer TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 11 13 IS 33 30 20 \6 12 31 e. ? 10 36 37 ACROSS 1 -- Hoiiehke 25 -- Diminutive -- Ward off of Margaret 12-- Fashion 28-- Novel 13 -- Rojal 30 -- Wind 14 -- County in storms Michigan 32 -- Garnish 35-The ankle 20-- The sun bone 21 -- Abbrevia- 38 -- A longr tion o£ blouse sister 39-- Consolidate 19 -- Shorthaired dog 21 -- To trans- grebs 22 -- Frozen ·water 25 -- Ditches 28-- Whim 27 -- Make-up 29 -- Saner 30 -- A grating 31 -- Rational 33 -- Adequate 3 1 -- United 36 -- Ignited 37 -- Mountain peak in Co'orado Answer to previous puzzle twitching- of muscles tH of the 12 Apostles DOWX 1--A rapacious person 3--Not closed Cpoetic) 3--The face (alang) 4--Epochs C--Barks 6--Benefit 7--Unit of electromotive force 8--An ovum 9--Regret 10--Semesters 16--Faithful 18--One spot FOR SALE-- 1 Frlirldairc size C A-l Condit on Price -casonable 132 South Elfchth S reel. Wanted--To Buy 66 SAVE YOUB BIG WHITE RACSI THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE WILL PAY YOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING PLR POUND AT So Rooms and Board Rooms for Bonsceeplng 69 ONE BEDROOM--Ard kitchen lumiihtfl tor light housekeeping Also two bedrooms 100 Haas Avenue FOR RE^JT--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping 1219 Vine Street Real Estate tor Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--Three room furnished apartment Private bath Phone 287-\V Wanted--To Rent WANTED TO RENT--Three or four room furnished apartment by young married couple No children Address Box 500 care Courier Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate R WHAT YOU PUT INTO--Rent someone else puth into Real Estate Why don 1 ou buy 15 Come in and talk it over Terms! PETER R WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENTI T C PHALIN so CON "IJELJ-Svim: PA PHONE 975 Farms atid Land for Sale FOR SALE--71 acres 1 mile North East of Normalville Eight room house hca er wate--in house Bank barn other outbuildings Some timber Inquire Harriet Snyder Normalville Pa Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale FOR SALE!--I OR SALEt SMALL AND LARGE HOUSES--Located in Connellb\illt- Sco tdalc Everson Vt Pleasant ind rural sections of Fac tc County Sold on small clown payments bilince on morthly Installments 5 to 15 ears to pav Onlj S^ Interest nmnct. ch-irgc If Interested kindly write p lone or cill In person FAYETTE REAL r Y COMPANY 405 SECOND I-.ATI BANK BLDG T D GARDNER MGR PHONE 1375 CO KNELLS VILLr: PA ITS HARD to find fault with the Classified Section because you can find practically everything else you need THE QUICKEST WAY to getJVhat you uant Is to use one ol these Classified Ads HONESTLY told--1 oncstly sold through the classified ads Ad-Taker ard she will tell the world Phone 12 or 13 GET GOOD MONEY for our extra household goods Put them on view through a Classified Ad Phone 12 or 13 for an ad-taker EXCHANGE what you don t need for what vou do through a Classified ad here PHONE 12 -or 13 for an Ad-taker YOULL COME across practically e\ cry- thing iou need if jou look over ti-e Classified Section every day STEP FORWARD and say Here whenever a classified opportunity seems to be calling specially for ou SPEND HALF as much fo- twice as much by shopping through, the classified ads FOR SALE SOUTH SIDE PROPERTIES--Two room houses irf good condi Ion Price reasonable 60 ACRES--Farm and timber lind Sp~ingfield Township alont dirt roat leading to P ke 2 FARMS- Locited in Dunbar Township near Citj WM P McNLLTY EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 1760 FOR SALE--Eight room house In gooc condition Bath garage one acre o land Improved road Johnston Schoo House S2X50 SIX ROOM HOUSE--And finished third floor House best of condition nice garage A house that will please Located at tl_6 Rice Street ROBERT N ORRIS PHONE 505 HOUSTON AVENUE 216 -- Six room frame house with bath In the very bes of condition Irr mediate possession Priced to sell at $1,500 Inquire Paul Wagoner 1009 V est Crawford Avenue Phone HS J-OR SALE--KCW eight room house on Route 819 between Scottdtlc am Dawson Bath eJcctrlc hot watt heat, hn-dwood floors hot and col w i t c r from new well automatic pump Nelson Porter Diwson Pa FOR SALE--Must iell summer house si roorr house 2f 3 10 ocrt.*; with suga ojtfit Three miles Eist of Indian IIcic 3-\rnps Long Cleveland Strett Greens burg Pa Auctions-- Legals Legal Notices NOTICP S£\LED BIDS WILL Bt RECEIVED at the oPicc of the Citj Clerk until 5 0 o tlock P M E S T Monday Marc! 27th 1939 for hauling Pi\ln Brick b; the Thousand from t i c Lajton Fire CIn; Company to strcc .s In Conncllb\ il! (Racked as designated City Council rcben.es the right to re Jcct an or al! such bids submitted Cltj of Conncllsvllle, P H BcIghleN Purchasing Accnt. mar6-13-20 PITTSBURGH CHAMPIONS ON PROGRAM Continued from Page Seven Tony Jojce o£ P tlsburgh, Wester Pennsylvania champion, and Joe Me Kenna open diamond belt champio of 1939 who fought in the semi fimls of tiie National amateur tourna ment in De'roit in 1938 Virce Browning Johnny Alt, Chuc Slater and Kid Haley are Connells vnlle boyi who are listed fot ap pearances There also will be Georg Richardson of Swedetown Steve Li] hack- of Evetsou, Pug Coles, Bu Jones and Joe McLaughlin of Pleas ant Valley A C Vern Kuker o Vestaburg and Walter Roebuck o Perry Coulter as v ell as Patsy Sarok and Ray Mull of Pittsburgh This will be the fust in a sen's a simon-puie fistic programs in tin city and the populanty \vith whic the card is received will determm the future course of the council v, hie is planning to book the best lea'he pushers in 'he business for these pio grams. The caid will be as follows Miles Neth 01 Kid Haley, both o Connellsville vs Pug Coles or Bu Jones, ""Itasant Vailey 155 pounds Geoige Richardson, Swedetown, v ^tove Lilnack Everson 147 pound Chuck Slater Connellsville, vs Jo McLaughhn, Pleasant Valley A C 135 pounds Johnny Alt, Connells\ ille, vs Ver Kuker, Vsstabmg A C 175 pound Patsy Saroko Jittsbmgh Lyceum vs Ray Mull LaBocc Club, Pitts buryh, 147 pounds Vincent- Browning Conrellsvill' vs Walter Hoebuck, Perry Coulter A C 160 pounds Tony Joyce, LaBooci A C Pitts -burgnr Western Pennsylvania chain pion, vs Joe McKenna, St John Lvceum, Pittsburgh, open diamon belt champion for 1939, at 118 pound EACH OF these ads brings together tw people--advertiser ard reader--for the! mutual benefit and satisfaction YOU KNOW WHAT you want and Courier Classified ad taker can tell yo how to go about Betting it Phone 12 o 13 IP YOU DON T see what you \va among these ads advertise yourself to AN AD A DAY keeps tie Sheriff awaj Let us explain our yearly low rate consecutive advertising Phqne 12 o- 13 SAVE TIME and troub e--rent the Classified way SHOP sensibly and savingly through the classified ads CLS^UQHTER READ THIS rmsr iaLii imcmed LO Uio state penitentiary whcie cr lather lies near dcaU Lona ALkerman is diamajcd when he fails to rocognize bcr He 13 serving a life sen toncc tor n r lurdcr which otiiirrca when he sought to avenge bta daujjh tcr 5 honor i 1-ic.mg a t r e n d in Jiin Claridcc Lona tmd just bcj,"u to take K new iiuc cst in lite v.1 en the prison warden tt-lctrapl cd tier ot her fall or s illnLsa Alorc in the world), abe hud spent montlis lludi if, jobs uicn los m U'em when it became known she was a convicts dauff itcr Finally Jim bid fo^nd her a new position Isaw more and more of her until they fell in love "Ihe pr son warucn takes Lori to his home As they cntc,r two convicta con front them with guns Once in the war den s car the convicta slug the warden and dump nun out thm attempt a mad LCI away with Lona m the front scat. Eventually she ptetends to feint then 1 irches for the s ecriufc, wheel Then they crali INOW GO ON WITH THE STORX) CHAPTER SIXTEEN THDRE HAD BEEN a crash Lona remembe-cd as she came back to consciousness She had grabbed the wheel of the car from Lhe hands of the escaping convict who had kidnaped her and they had crashed She sat bolt upright as full posession of her senses came to her She found she was back m the prison hospital The warden his head bandaged was standing over her Beside him was the doctor "Daddy 7 " she asked fearfully The warden couldn t meet her eyes 'Your father is--all right, Miss Ackerman he brought out His eyes looked sad You re not to worry You see, he--he--" He faltered and she read the truth in his face He s dead," she whispered ' Daddy s dead I dldn t get here-in **ne Did he ask for me 7 " He wouldn t have known you Miss Ackerman," cut in the doctors smooth voice He passed di rectly from the delirium you saw Into a coma and never rallied You could have done nothing He * happy in the thought you would never see him--here He's gone Daddy's gone And J wasn't here 1 " She turned her head away from them toward the wall the tears welling For a moment they allowed her to cry silently May I--see him 1 * she asked then, 'You 11 let me do-that much 7 ' THe doctor nodded and, carefully they bclred ber to her feet. Forgetful of her own bandaged heac and the bruises that co\ered her stiff body she shook them off a the door of the room where she ha kept her lonely and useless ugi that endless afternoon Consider atery they allov. ed her to go in alone He was iajing in the bed jus as she had left him the shee drawn up now covering his face With gentle hands she pulled t down He looked infinitely more peaceful than when she had seen him last In death the lines the pas few 3 ears of life had traced in his sensitive face had smoothed out. H( looitcd--at rest As if he were glad Daddy' she cried out and sank to her knees beside the stillec form. Oh, Daddy The sobs sh had been keeping in check earn, out then In a burst of loneliness "Loneliness that was touched with a sudden fierce hitred of this place and all that was In it The sullen gray walls the bars the measurec Jifc that was being lived about her the doctor and his smug manners even the warden whose careless ness, she felt, had been responsible somehow, for the position in whlcJ she now found herself She hated them all Hated them for what they had done, been forced to do, to th stilled form before her She want ed suddenly, more than anythinj else to get him away from here Sbe wanted to take him home--1 Bridgewater To the old church yard where he~ mother slept. Someway somehow she'd take him back' * m * Everyone tried to be kind to he during pie next few days So k nc Lona felt, sometimes like crying out against the very solicitud w ith which shu was being plied now that it was too late now tha Daddy was no longer here to see It wasn t fair' The prison doctor himself sav to the arrangements for taking he father back home to Bridgewater and Mrs Lewis, the warden's wife insisted upon making that last __ journey with her She was a moth erly sort of woman and the tear in her faded eyes, as she stood hanc "He's dead," ahe whispered. "Daddy's dead.' in hand with Lona on the train i platform watching the streets o f 1 Bridgewater roll Into view, were ·ermine. At Bridgewater Mr Ackerman s old friends rallied dutifully Shamefaced some of them, hating to meet her eyes they trooped through the old fashioned funeral parlor where she steeled herself to meet them proudly The white-haired old minister who had been the only one of the lot of them darmg to stand by her father through the whole dreadful business from the first, offered his services for the last rites It was at his home that Lona spent the two nights while her father iay, silent and sleeping, in the cold gloom of the funeral parlor They were endless nights dragging and almost unendurable To satisfy the kindly old minister and his hovering wife, she pretended to sleep But when they had retired, she paced the floor of the qaint bedroom, trying to bring to her scattered thoughts some semblance of order It was of Jim Claridge, back in the city that she thojght most. What must he be feeling about tins whole thing she kept wonder ing her face burning at the thought of the lurid accounts the newspapers were blaring forth The old preacher tried to keep them from her as much as possible but she had seen the headlines on the train that first morning coming down to Bridgewater with the warden 3 wife CONVICT S DAUGHTER KID- NAPED IN PRISON BREAK. Girl Wrecks Car Kills Prisoner, Comrade of Father . . Girl s Father Dies in Prison Hospital as She Wrecks the Wardens Car in Desperate Effort to Block At tempted escape . * ' Lona Ackerman pretty brown- haired daughter of a life termer was kidnaped from the warden s home last evening by desperate prisoners . . . Warden Lewis was found knocked on the head and abandoned in a city park . . . One of the escaping convicts Georga, "Lefty" Noonan, died of a broken neck In the wreckage of the car Louis Ewarts, his companion, was recaptured after suffering only slight bruises . . . The girl, called to the prison by the fatal Illness of her father, was a visitor in the warden s home when the escape oc curred Ackerman, a life prisoner was convicted in 1932 for the murder of Stephen Ellis, salesman, whom he alleged attempted to attack hia daughter The funeral will be held In Bridgewater, home of the former business school teacher The daughter, Lona, is the sole sur vivor . . . ' Wincing every time she thought ot that merciless publicity, Lona tried to keep Jim and her life in the city out of her mind, 'Convict's daughter . . . lifer . . . " The printed words seemed etched Into her very soul They brought back to her all over again the struggle of those first few montlis, raked up the whole affair She was glad suddenly and de- fiantly glad, that sh« hadn't made any friends Glad tnere was nobody she lo\ed to see what she was going through Glad most of all, that she hadn t yet given to Jim the right to share her troubles with her 1 ' Are you sure there s nobody you want notified my dear 9 ' th* old minister had asked her in his kindly voice as he prepared for the funeral. "No distant relatives or Crierds perhaps 7 He paused to scan her lined young face pityingly and she swai- lowed back a lump in her throat, fighting against a sudden weakening of her resolution After all, it, would be so easy to send for Jim.t He d come she knew he'd come. "There s nobody ' she said hastily TU have to bury him alone He'd want it that way " It was hard for her to realize that it was the last thing she'd ever do for Daddy, as she stood, slight and straight in her black dress next day, and heard the minister's final, benevolent prayer The last time she would see his white, peaceful face Never to clasp his hand again, ne\ er to be able to tell him--about Jim' . . Only the sea of curious faces crowded into the hot, stuffy little parlor kept her from sobbing' aloud All of Bndgcwater b-d come to the fur oral, it seemed She had wanted it to be private, but the minister had persuaded her it was unwise And so she was obliged to let them come and stare A few of them were genuinely concerned, but the most were hostile and avidly cur ous They followed her even to tha raw new grave, etched like a brown, scar on the rolling green oJ th* churchyard cemetery Standing with her back to the battery of eyes that devoured her silently, it seemed in that moment that her heart was broken beyond repair "I am the Resurrection and tna Life," the minister's kindly voice had intoned, reverently, but she found in the ancient words no comfort. He that believeth In Me, though he be dead, yet wijl he live again ~ Dry eyed she had heard it through. Her determination not to brcafc beneath the combined stare of all the eyes eager for her every movement kept her shoulders straight and her figure erect as she stood beside the minister s wife Fists clenched, she took one sobbing breath as they moaoned her it was time to turn away * Goodby Daddy " she murmured. Sleep tight. . . . " She looked almost defiant as the minister s kindly hand on her arm guided her toward the waiting car Stiffly she climbed inside stall upheld by that desperate reso've not to gratify the ghoulish desire of the crowd for a sensational breakdown- Once inside, and hidden front view, she collapsed brokenly and sobbed on the old minister's shoulder (To UP Continued* NEWS BEH Continued from Page Four expendituies 10 per cent all along the line, the economies would amount to only a billion still leaving two and a half bill ons deficit To balance, a 40 per cent cut would be necessary Fine phrases have been found for many uc-fine tilings in Washington, but none more elegant or imaginative than Senator Pepperls phrasejor the Treasury defiits Testifying for the Townsend plan before the House Ways and Means Committee, Pepper .called-- these red ink deficiencies excess spending power " Hii voice rose by steps as he read the increasing Federal budget figures for recent years until he reached the 1940-41 crescendo of praise for "ex- ce=s spending power ' The thiee American cardinals voted for Caidmal Pacelh ftom. the first ballot It was generally known here that such was their intention when they departed. The election %vas swiftly concluded so there would be no doubt about the unammi*y of top Catholic chmchmen in suppoiting the late Pope's stand against ciuelty, arrogance and un- Christian attitudes rampant in the woi Id The Hoose elevator was crowded aiound noontime with members dis- Jock Sutherland Gives Resignation Notice at Pitt Continued from Page Seven evinced "very slight hope' that Sutherland could be persuaded, or would be asked, to change his mind "'A resignation is a seiious thing ' he said "It puts the whole matter on a diffeient basis " Dr Sutherland said his plans for the future were indefinite He said he never seriously considered an offer to become head ocach at Mississippi State College, as had been rumored last week Friends said there was good possibility the famed prexy would retire from the gud- iton spoil altogether foi one year It was leportea he might continue . .his association with athletics through newspapeis or radio cussing the news that Cardinal Pacelh had been chosen Pope The elevatoi operatoi, a s,er ous-mmded lad, always looking foi information from his customers, turned around and asked "What is he, Republican or Democrat 7 " No one can be sure of anything heard from Russia, even when it comes by official grapevine However, State Department officials have unofficially heard the recalled ambassador Troyanovsky was recentlv seen in a coiridor of the Moscow foreign office His dentist here is supposed to ha\e heard from him several montns ago, nothing since Nobody knows Mi Hoossvelt wants to get rid of Congi ess He has found he cannot control it has infoimed leaders pu- vately he will not send up much else Favorite Takes Santa Anita Race; Stagehand Beaten Nearly 100,000 race track fans witnessed two gieat horse classics in the two wintei resort districts of the countiy Satuiday In Aicadia, Cal, the $100,000 Santa Anita handicap went to the fa\onte, Charles Howard's Kayak II, the fom-i ear-old coming in a · length and a half ahead of the Canadian-owned Wh chcee a n d going away while in thud place was Ma n Man, Louis B Mayer's entry. Specify an eaily pace setter, who uilted in the run for home, was fouith Kayak, a South American horse was hidden by the dust of his hot-footed rivals in the early running but Johnny Adams brought him down the home stretch, to win. Stagehand broice last once too often and finished'a poor third in the $50 000 added Widener Challenge Cup race in Hialeah Park in-Miami, Fla , v. ith Bull Lea, handsome brown colt, hitting the tape Warren Wright (of Chicago) saw his horse thunder to the fiont at the head of the home stietcr- and win by two and a« half lengths with Marshall Field's Sir Dairon second, a half length ahead of Stagehand Marriage on Rocks NEW YORK, Mar 6 --Fredeiick C. Havemejer wealthy hen to a sugar fortune, md hit, thud wife, Amnha C Havemeyer, admitted in Superior Court that then marriage had gone on the rocks after marriage of little more than a ea- Tne_ wife asked * for a separation, $1,000 a month alimony and $10,000 in counsel fee*.

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