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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB, PA. WJL'DNJiSDAY, MAKCH. S, 1M3Â». Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. l/ASSIFIED AD RATES- ' Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7o 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 1 3 for an Ad-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--^peciat No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcement's Personals MEN OLD AT 401 -- Get pep. New Ostrex Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invigorators and other stimulants. One dose starts new pep. Value $1.00. Special price 89c. Call, write Union Drug Co. Business Service Business Service Oflered 18 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY, AWNINGS, FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVER1NGS PHONE 8645. 322 SO.-PITTSBURG ST. MINE FOREMAN--Fire boss examination questions and answers. Write P. O. Box 1B7, Somerset, Penna. CALL 24-J--For excellent wall paper cclanine--same as last year. Kenneth Swartz. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 GOING TO WORK , IN ONE OF OUR REAL CHEAP USED CARS IS A PLEASURE! SEE THEM TODAY-All ready to go and all reconditioned. Stop in today. NOTE THESE PRICES! Ford Model "A" Fordor Sedan 565 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan ?30 Chevrolet Coupe - $75 1D34 Ford Fordor Sedan ' S05 ID34 Ford Tudor Sedan . $175 Ford Model "A" Coupe ..... 550 EXCELLENT TRUCK BUYS! Ford 1%-ton Truck with 157-inch wheelbase in A-No. 1 condition, selling for $350 Ford * -ton Pickup Truck for $75 NOTICE-WE ALSO HAVE, 1935, 1936 AND 1937 FORDS VERY SPECIALLY PRICED ALL THIS WEEK. SEE THESE SPECIALS! 1038 Ford V-8, Fordor and Tudor Sedans. 1935 Pontlac 4-door Special Sedan. 1937 Pontiac Special Coupe. You Name The Terms! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. YOUR FORD DEALER. ff. CRAWFORD AVENUE. PHONE 407, Open Evenings! -- Open Sundays! LOCAL AND LONG DISTAN CE--Moving. Miller's Transfer. 153 Eart Crawford Avenue. Phone 183. SEE THEM TODAY 1 O.-K. USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 8 o'clock. FOR SALE--1937 Plymouth four dooi sedan, 4.700 miles, as good as new. Wil sell ot good price. 149 Jones St., Ever Bon, Pa. Â· 'USED CARS! SEE OUR SELECTION! B. E. VAN SCOY, INC.. 159 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 LARGE, SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 156 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS. J2I SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8 THERE IS a friendly spirit In Th Courier Classified Department whlc makes It a pleasure to use this depart tnent. For results, try our service. DON'T waste time wishing--look ovc the classified ads and see how easily yo can set what you want. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 1OOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds. James R. Laughlin--INSURANCE. See me for rates. 303 First National Bank Building Phone 520. BAKED PAPER MATS FOR SALE--Used Courier mats that are excellent fcr lining the Inside of your garage, barn, chicken coop or outbuildings of. any kind. Selling at Ic each. Inquire at The Courier Office. FOR SALE--I Roll Top Desk, 2 Office Chairs. 1 Electric Mangle, 1 Gasoline Washing Machine Xotor, 1 Antique Dersser, 1 L. C. Smith Typewriter. 2. 525-17 Recapped Tfres. F. B. Stoner. Phone Dawson 3553. Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE I" Modern Storage For Household Goods. 1ENERAL HAULING -- Of coal, etc. Reasonable prices. Phone 1)56-J. R. P. Rush. Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E 3 T I M A T 1C ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Hand Rills!--Binding!--Calling Cardsl BUI Heads!--Letter Heads! For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cardal No Trespassing Sign* F(r Sale! All Work Fully Guarajitecdl AH At Reasonable Elates 1 COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. DAILY COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. .81. Professional Services EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Clastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances, A. Clarke. PH. G. Drugfilst 323 North Pittsburs Street. Phone 194. Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 WANTED--Lady to wash and iron, twice monthly, for family of two. Pay 52.00 per washing. Address Box 45, care Courier. ELECTRIC HOT POINT RANGE--Equipped with timer. Priced reasonable. Phone 1905-J. Buildings, Building Materials S3 SEE US--Before you build that garafie. Our prices are right. Stone Work, Phone 17DO. Farm and Dairy Products 55 FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY! HERB'S HOW--You can find a market. lor your farm products, your farm Implements, your dairy products, your Uvc stock and household goods by run nine 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 of The Daily Courier covers a large area and your advertisement will be read by many people who are looking for Just the things you have for sale. NOTE: All classtGed ads axe payable in advance. You wil] find our rntes in the above Classified Heading. Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers GENUINE--Woshincton Run Coal. Low price. Wm. Dull Son. Phone 107 or call Dawson, 32G1 and 3031. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale FOR SALE!--FOH SALE! SMALL AND LARGE HOUSES--Located in Conncllsville, Scotldalo. Evcrson. .\ Pleasant and rural sections of Fayette County. Sold on small down payments, balance on monthly installments, 5 to 1J years to pay. Only 5% interest, no finance charge. If interested, kindly write, phone or call In person. FAYETTE REALTY COMPANY, 405 SECOND NATL. BANK BLDG. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. PHONE 1375. CON NELLS VILLE, PA FOR SALE1 SOUTH SIDE PROPERTIES--TWO six room houses In good condition. Price reasonable. 60 ACRES--Fnrm find timber land Springfield Township, along dirt roac leading to Pike. 2 FARMS--Located in Dunbar Township near City. WM. P. McNTJLTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE J760 FOR SALE--Eifiht room house In good condition. Balh, garage, one acre o land. Improved road. Johnston Schoo House. $2,250, SIX ROOM HOUSE--And finished third floor. House bc-it of condition, nic Karace. A house that will please you Located at 1125 Race Street. ROBERT NORRIS. PHONE 505. HOUSTON AVENUE, 216 -- Six roo: frame house with bath, in the very bes of condition. Immediate possession Priced to sell at $1,500. Inquire, Paul Wagoner, 1009 West Crawford Avenue. Phone 148. WANTED--Ctrl for general housework. Call 445. Scottdale. Help Wanted--Male 33 CAR SALESMEN--Wanted immediately, Leads furnished. Steady work. Rood pay. No experience necessary. Apply Mason Motor Company, West Apple Street. Phone 305. GOOD LUMPY -- Run of mine coal, 100 bu.. Be; 50 bu., Qc; 25 bu., 12c delivered. Cash. Phono 2037. Frank KobaUa. JUN1ATA COAI---12c bushel, cash, delivered, 25 buhcl orders also delivered. Robert Welsh. Phone 4121-R-12. COAL -- Best grade 9-ft coal. Prompt delivery for any amount. Gerald Schomcr. Phone 1WI. FOR SALE--7*1 DM id! summer house, six room house, 2C 3-JO acres, with su;:ir outtU. Three miles East of Indian Head. Jamus Lon#. Cleveland Strcut, Grecns- burfc. Pa. Household Goods 59 Situations Wanted--Female 36 YOUNG LADY--Wants day work. Write Box 33-A. Connellsville. Pa. Financial Need Money NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend you $300 or less on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Slock 48 FOR SALE--A-l farm horses and brood mares. Come and sec them work. S. W. Keller, Oliver No. 3, Unlontown, Pa. Poultry, and Supplies 43 BABY CHICKS--All breeds. Purina Startena. Keystone Feed Stores. 110 West Apple Street. Phone 107. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 16 38 35 IO 30 3.6 6 |7 31 33 1 -- Every 4 -- Disease of plants 9-- Mischief colloq.) 11 -- Organ of hearing 12-- Monk 14 -- Indefinite article 15 -- Pronoun 16-- Nape. of the neck 18-- Small bed 20 -- A state (abbr.) 3-7 Across 28--Exclamation 29--Covered part of a motor truck 30--Calm 31--Conjunction 35--Exclamation to attract attention 36--Of greater age 38--Moll (India) 19--Place products under a ban 21--Note of the scale "" 23--Dread 24--Slight flap 25--Symbol for erbium 26--Disorder 28--Species of Indian madder 30--Prod 31--Choke up 32--Inactivo 33--From (prefix) 35--Hawthorn berry 37--Stuff 38--Perform Anawer to previous puzzle 26-- A roll of 40-- Brlcklay- 1 tobacco er ' 3 to Â°' 27--365 days 41-- Microbe Down S -- Shreds 10-- A bear 13-- Reis (abbr.) age 15 -- Greek 8 -- A petal letter e -- Man's name 17 -- Note of the 7 -- Gram scale tsbbr.) 18 -- Goar-wheel 1 -- A sprite 2-- Smart S A O N M R||MA y. Kin Â£ Feature* Syndicate. Inc. FOR SALE! LIVING ROOM--And dining room suits, davenports, dressers, couches and betis. Coal and gas ranges, also Rood desks and typewriters. Special, one child s large piny pen. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 E. PEACH ST. PHONE 50. 1EE MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY-FOR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND STOVES. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE. 2020. Wanted--Real Estate 89 WANTED TO BUY--A five or six room frame house. Incalcd wlihin city limits. Write Box 30, care Courier, giving ah detail?. Auctions--Lego Is Notices FOR SALE--t FrJKtdalre, E'IC 6. A-I Condition. Price reasonable. 132 South Eighth Street. A D M I N I S T R A T O R ' S NOT1CK. ESTATE OF HENRY D. FOSTER. LATE nf Franklin Township, Fnyettc County, Pennsylvania, dÂ«ct.*ascd. Lcl'.t-rs of Administration on the above estate having been granted to the under- j signed, notice Is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to j make payment to the undersigned ivhh- j out delay, and all persons having claim.n j or demands against said estate are rc- qucstvcl to make known the same. Gcorcc R. Foster, Ad.*ninistrator, Dickcrson Run, Pa. A r t h u r A. Brown. Attorney. lÂ£eb-6t-vrtd. Wanted--To Bay WE BUY--Antique furniture, dishes, etc. Abraham Wat.-.nn, SmithflL-'.d. Pa. SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGS! THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE . . . WILL PAY YOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING fls . . . AT 3o PER POUND. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 1 FURNISHED BEDROOM--Private bath, or 2 partly furnished rooms. No children. 122 W. Peach St. ONE FURNISHED BEDROOM--Suitable for one or two persons. 311 Ogden St., near Third Ward School. Rooms for OonscKecpIng 60 ONE BEDROOM--And kitchen furnished for light housekeeping. Also two bedrooms. 109 Haas Avenue. NOTICE. SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED at the oflicc of the City Clerk until 5:00 o'clock P. M. E. S, T. Monday, March 27th, 1533. (or the purchase of Gasoline and Oil for City use for a term of Six months bfcmninK April 1, 1039. Prices quoted ore to be net after allowance for State and Federal taxes deducted. City Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids submitted. City of Conr.L'Ilsvlile, P. H. BciRhley, Purchasing Agent. mar-1-8-15. BUDGET NOTICE. THE BUDGET OF THE BULLSKEN Township Road Supervisors for the year 1939 has been prepared and is open to inspection by anyone interested, nt the home- of the Secretary, Jas. N. M-Â»ans ( R, D. 1, Connellsvillc, Pa. mar-8-11. NEWS BEHIN TUB 1 ". FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1219 Vine Street. FOR RENT--Two unfurnished housekeeping rooms. Phone 1421-W. Keol Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--Small apartment, nicely furnished, suitable for man and wift. 503 E. Patterson Avo. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate R WHAT YOU PUT INTO--Rent, someone else puts into Real Estate. Why don't you buy? Come in and talk it over. Terms: PETER R. WE1MER. WEIMER ARCADE, PROPERTIES. FOR SAL.E OR RENT! T. C. PHAL.1N. SO CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 975. Farms and Land Tor Sale 83 FOR SALE--71 acres 3 mile North East of Normalville. Eight room house, heater, water in house. Bank bam, other outbuildings. Some timber. Inquire Harriet Snydcr, Normalville. Pa. FOR SALE--Farm. 7 acres, four room house, large cemented cellar, electricity, summer kitchen. Frank Ronzio, Limestone Hill. Continued from Page Four, purchasing power could bo taken from the dictators. At least these suggestions show this government is now thinking about the problem in a more practical way which may yet make the hemisphere bond bind. READ THIS FIBST: Summoned to die state penitentiary i wbcrc her Enther lies near death, Loua ! Ackermau is dismayed when be fails to' recognize her. He is serving a lUe sen: tenet? Tor a murder whicu occurred when Lie sought to avenge bis daughter's honor. t' h indiiiij u irieutl in Jim Claridge, Louu liati just fccgun to take A new, interest in lile when the prison warden telegraphed her ot her father's illness. Alune in the worm, she had spent, months, finding jobs, then losing uieni when it became known she was a convict's daughter. Finally Jim had found her a new position, saw more and more ot her. until they XcJ) in love. The prison warden takes Ixma to his home. As they enter, two convicts confront Uieni with guns. Once in the warden's car, the convicts slug the warden and dump mm out, thai attempt a mad Kel-awiiy with Ixma in the front seat. felvcnuiully sue pretends to faint, then lurches for the steering wheel. Then Uiey craati. Only slightly injured, L.oua recovers in the prison hospital and flntia her father has died. When she takes her father's body to their old home for burial, she finds herself Uie object of all eyes, due to Uie wide publicity that followed the attempted prison break. Hack in Uie city, her landlady asks her to leave because oÂ£ Uie publicity. At her otllcc she flnds a strange girl at her desk. INOW GO ON WITH THE STORY) CHAPTER EIGHTEEN MR. SATs'DERS was bending over his work as Lona came into his office. He looked up and ad' justed his glasses to his near-sighted eyes as if he tlid not recognize her for a moment as she stood hesitantly, before his desk. "Oh, yes, Miss Ackerman," he eaid then, and she smiled. "I suppose you've come for your check,' he went on, bunting about his littered desk in the futile way he hac when he was uneasy. "I'll have it made out for you if you'll wait," "Check?" Lona stared, her heart sinking. "But I've just got back Mr. Sanders. I've come to tell you I'll be ready for work tomorrow I'm sorry I had to stay so long.' The words tumbled out all over themselves, as if she were afraid to hear what he might say if she stopped talking and gave him a chance. "Well, you see, Miss Ackerman it's--this way." He stumbled, groping for words, not meeting ber eyes. "Didn't Jim--didn't Mr. Oaridge tell you I was called away?" she cut In. "Yes, I believe the young man say something about your--ah-your father. But I didn't under stand you were planning to--ah-come back to us. You sec, I--I hai to--I've already hired a girl--" "You mean you're firing me?" "Well, you see, after all, I--yo' must understand our position. Miss Ackerman. This is a business oflic with a reputation to maintain. This --stuft the newspapers have been printing--" He shrugged and point ed to his littered desk and aguir Lona saw her own tragic fac framed in the high collar of he mourning dress staring up at he mockingly. "You mean there's no room her for a--a convict's daughter. Is lha Jt?" Her lips curved In scorn an her eyes were hot. "I'm sorry. Your work was goxx Miss Ackerman. I'll give you a reJ erence, of course. And I've added week's .-salary to your check. N doubt you will be able to find suitable place soon." He fumble about his desk again, and then hel out to her a folded check, "1 hop you understand our position." h said, with an air of finality. "I understand." Somehow Lon forced the words out calmly. "I un derstand perfectly. 1 juat wonde if you do--" She broke off an turned hastily to keep him fro: seeing the tears that blinded he suddenly. "Now, now, Miss Ackerman," h protested in futile embarrassmen Feeling she could bear no mor she fumbled for the door, found i and slojnmed it behind her, shu ting out hia half-hearted protests Head up, she went past the tv* pairs of atarJng eyes in the out office as if she did not see them. Â» Â· * There was only one thought i her mind as she went back to U stuffy hotel room where her lug gage still stood unopened. If Ji should turn her down, tool Th; would be the end- There was no word from hi: and she crowded back a feeling ~ panic as she unpacked her suitcas and, laying out fresh underthing and a clean blouse on the bed. m *Tou mean there's no room for a--a convict's daughter? Â·reparations for a bs.th. Of course t wasn't really time for him to call. He probably wouldn't receive her message for another half hour. t was usually about three when he quit work. Mechanically she forced herself ;o go through the motions of bath- ng and fluffing up her mop of hair. With hands the.t fumbled a little she dressed herself in her blue suit, again, smoothing out the ruffle of he fresh blue linen blouse that brought out the clearness of her Â·oung skin. She even went over her nails, one eye on the creeping lands of the dresser clock. She wouldn't allow herself to Junk, even, of what had happened to her, until she had talked it over with Jim, she decided. It was too much to face alone. Jim would tell her what to do about it. He'd smile that little half smile of his and the slackness would go away. Perhaps with Jim across Uie table from her, looking at her with his brown 'Tiny" eyes, she might even be able to laugh about it- He was late in calling. Three- thirty and four o'clock passed and still no tingle of her room phone brought a drawling; voice to her from the stuffy parlor of Mrs. Peterman's boarding house. Her head was whirling a little as she sat by the hotel window and watched the people crowding by on the street below, and she realized suddenly that she had nad nothing to eat since the country breakfast the old minister's wife had forced on her back In Bridgewater before she had boarded the train. Not that she was hungry. The way she felt now, she never wanted to eat again! Five o'clock came as she sat there staring, and she began to wonder if, perhaps, he might not have gone to dinner without visiting the boarding house. He might have decided to eat but. Or Mrs Feterman might have neglected to give him her message. In a sudden need for action she dialed the hotel desk again. "Arc you sure there's been no call for 318?" she zrsked. "Threc-one-eight? . . . Nothing today for three-one-eight," the clerk's droning voice Informed her. Impatiently, then, "she told him to connect her with Mrs. Peterman's number. "That line seems to be busy," he told her, after a long wait. "Can't raise them." In a panic Â»he hung up. If the line was busy perhaps Jim was calling her now, trying to get her. She paced the floor then, but no call came through. Six o'clock passed, then six-thirty. The dizziness in her head warned her that she should go out and eat, but she couldn't summon the courage. She felt, somehow, that she could never face the crowded street again with its hostile eyes. Not alone! Slowly the minutes dragged. The clock's oatient hand made its end- ,css round again. And again, Seven-thirty, then eight o'clock. . . .-. nine, linally. And still no call! Motionless by her window, shÂ« twisted her sodden handkerchief into a ball and smoothed it out again, over and over. He HAD to come, she kept reassuring herself* Something had kept him away. from the boarding house. He had not received her call, couldn't have' received it, or he would have coma, Sitting there in the dark, her mind went back again over the things that had happened to her m the past few days. She shuddered as she realized their enormity, and a little of her faith in Jim ebbed, leaving her cold and shaken. What if, after all, it was too much for him ? What if he, too, like her sour- faced landlady and the embarrassed Sanders, couldn't stand the publicity. She sobbed, suddenly, as the suspense became almost unbearable* and began pacing the floor again, Once, outside her door, she heard the click of the floor elevator and the sound of steps coming her way. and she held her breath. Hut they passed on down the corridor and her hopes fell again. Ten o'clock: came! Ten-thirty. . . . At last she could bear no more. Picking up tha telephone she put in another call to Mrs. Peterman's, This time sbe got her connection and Mrs. Peterman's voice leaped at her from the receiver. "Could I speak to Mr. Claridge ?** Lona asked her. plen.dingjy. "Mr. Claridge's not in just now Who wants him?" "He's not in ?" Relief gripped her. "Has ne been in at all this evening?" she brought out. "He went out after dinner. Who wants him--" "He was in to dinner? Tonight?" "Yes. . . . If you'd tell niÂ» who--" "Did you give him my message T. The one 1 gave you this afternoon ? The words seemed to coma from her stiff lips of their own volition. "About calling -the hotel? Yes, I gave it to him. Wrote a note and slipped it in his door . . . do you want me to tell him again when he conies in ? It's gettin' pretty late." "No, you needn't bother." Somehow she-managed to keep her voice calm. *iShe sat Cor a moment numbly holding die phone in her hands when the click of the severed connection had sounded in her ear, Jim, too! It was hard to believe. Surely, not Jim! Why, he loved her! She could have sworn he loved her. He couldn't be doing a thing like ( this. It was impossible. She *felt stunned, bewildered, as if the eartU had dropped abruptly from beneatb; her feet, leaving her gasping, not: knowing in which direction to take her next step. (To Be Continued) Buccos Forfunale With New Players, Outlook Optimistic The fact that the Pittsburgh Baseball Club has been uncommonly fortunate with new players in recent years leads President Bill Benswanger and Manage:' Pie Traynor to view the fresh material this season with optimistic eyes. In 1937, the Pirates came up with such helpful additions as Lee Handley, Jim Tobin, Russ Bauers and Joe Bowman. Last year, they unblank- eted Johnny Rizzo, who smashed all previous Pittsburgh home-run records with 23 four-basers; Bob Klinger, who became the leading freshman pitcher of the National League in ef- !ectivcness for the season, and Ray Berres, admittedly one of the smoothest receivers that ever stepped behind the plate. Judging from precedent, the Rovers may be expected to find at least one new flashy performer this year among Ray Mueller, Fern Bell, Jack Juelich, Ken Heintzelman and George Guam may be sunk, but not without a trace. The seaplane base improvements may be dropped from the pending naval base bill, but not without a strong Administration chain being tied to it. Later on it is to be hauled up and reproposed as an amendment to the rivers and harbors bill or as an independent dredging proposition. That's the plot. It may work. Last year appropriations for similar initial work at Midway and Wake islands were handled as commercial projects. These two islands are not in the center of Japanese mandated influence as is Guam, but the same disguise might have a quieting efl'ect on Congress. Stubbornness of tho admirals in continuing to yowl for what they insist is a minor $5,000,000 appropriation for Guam is being explained inside in a new way. The Navy is not trying to get its foot in the door so it can promote a $200,000,000 b there eventually. It is just trying to help out Pan-American Airways for some personal favors in the Pacific; Pan-Am would have to dredge Guam if the Navy did not, as it is an important stop on the line to the Orient --so the story goes. No one can prove anything different, except that it is peculiar the Navy and Pan-Am never hinted at this explanation until the House defeated the proposal. Mr. Roosevelt's new secretary, Brigadier General-to-be Watson, known as "Pa," was the trusted fishing companion of, and story-teller to the President. He is widely known and liked here. His only connection with legislation heretofore has been in military matters ar.d he has had no experience in politics. The appointment therefore looks like added verification oÂ£ the supposition that Mr. Roosevelt is not planning much activity in either legislation or politics up to and including 1940. Susce, not to mention the returniir veteran, Heinie Manush. Conemaugh Downs Altoona. Conemaugh defeated Altoona 26-25, to rock Pennsylvania's basketball world in District 6 eliminations Conemaugh plays Roaring Spring! tonight. SALLY'S SALLIES A-monologue is a discussion between a wife and her husband.