The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 23, 1938 · Page 22
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 23, 1938
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 133S. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- SpecialjYearly Rates Upon Request. -- Ads to Bo Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; So charge. TheserRgtes Are Based On Consecutive Insertions, j There are five (5) average words to each line. Cards of TKank's," 50c Flat Rate. " . . - ' - / . :'· '. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Special--Your Ad Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special -· No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9e cash; lOc charge. Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. Announcements Card of Thanks LAYMAN--Wo wish to acknowlcdKO our appreciation for the kindness extended us during our recent sad bereavement, th* death of our.dear mother. Mrs. MoUlc Lnymao. ^Especially do we dc- ride to thank Rev. Foulk. the Missionary Circle of PcnnsvlHe Baptist Church, the Mi. Olive Quartet, Troop 8, Boy SCOUIA of Cross Roads, those who .sent flowers, those who so kindly furnished cars, our many friends and neighbors for their help and all who assisted us In any way. The children. Flowers and Mourmne Goods BASKETS SPflAYS AT REASONABLE PWCES1 P. R. DoMUTH ft SONS CTVILLE--S» SCOTTDAIE--«H Funeral Director! · --SIBEL, FUNERAL HOME-"The Last Word In Funeral Service." CALL. CONNELLSVILLE 150. Personals MAN!--Get vigor at oncel New Ostrex .Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster fn- vicorators and other stimulants. One dose peps up organs, filands, blood. HcRular price $1. Special price B9c. Call, write Union Drug Co. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 STRAYED--Tan and white collie dog. License No. 3887. Reward. Phone 1SS-W. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 BARGAIN DAY --SPKCIALS-- IN EXCELLENT USED CARS. Sec These Cars Todnyl 1936 Hudbon Deluxe Coupe equipped with Radio. A real buy at . . 569 50 1035 Tcrraplanc Deluxe Sedan, a bar* Rain $325 (Both of these automobiles will be sold . with a 90 Day Guarantee.) 1934 Plymouth Deluxe Sedan equipped with Radio $325 1933 Plymouth Deluxe Sedan, cood shape . . v S195 1933 Chevrolet Master Coach $219.50 1931 Ford Coach In excellent condition . $139 1929 Ford Sedan, for only 569,50 FREE LICENSE AND TITLE AHE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE OF THE ABOVE NAMED CARS. Many Others Priced From 525 and up. You Name The Terms! E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. HUDSON AND TERRAPLANE SALE SERVICE. 259 E.' CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 24X Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 . LOST OR STRAYED--Fox Terrier. Finder please call 739. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 SEE THEM TODAY] O.-K. USED CAKS · INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET OR ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO THE STATE LIQUOR STORE MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105. Open Evenings 'till fl o'clock. . Open Sundays 'tUl S o'clock. ALL CAR CHAINS % OFKI ALL CAR HEATERS - U OFF! STORAGE BATTERY (EXCII.) $3.33 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS _. 7Bc ALCOHOL. PER GALLON 59c JFOG. LIGHTS PER PAIR. H.75 B BATTERIES - . 08c MIDGET RADIOS _ 512.35 UP LOWEST PRICES. AUTO PARTS. TIRES. RADIO TUBES !f ACCESSORIES. GOLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 128 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 CALL FISHER--FOR AWNINGS. . FURNITURE REPAIRING . . UPHOLSTERING. QUALITY WORK. PHONE ««5. 51 OILS--And makes minor adjustment* on any sewing machine In your home Parts cxtrn. Phone 830. Troutman's Business Service Printing, Encraving, BinflSnc 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Letter Headsl--Bill Heodsl For Rent Cords!--For Salo Cards! Calling Cnrdsl--Hand Bills!--Blndlngl No Trespassing Signs For Sale! AH Work Guarantccdl At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. COURIER QLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 81. Professional Services 28 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical ippllances. A. A. Clnrkc. PH.G. Drusct't. 323 North Pitts'ourg street. Phone 194. Repairing and RcQnlshinc 29 UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory methods. Awnings, slip covers. Latest fabrics. Rudolph's. 131 E. ratrview Ave. Phone 1817-J. Employment Help Wanted--Female WRITE FOR 15 PKGS. -- Perfumed Starch. Sclli lOc pltc. ProAt Me. Arrow Products, Reading. Pa. Financial Business Opportunities RESTAURANT FOR SALE -- Fully equipped. Beer llcenke. Rent very reasonable. Box CSS. Pcrryopolis. T»a. Need Money 40-B SEE OUR USED CARS NOW ON DIS.'PLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT AND ON OUR SECOND FLOOR WEST SIDE MOTOR CO. W CRAWFORD A.VE. PHONE "407." Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFT. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 13TI5.. T. D. GARDNER. JIGR. LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE «07 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS ~ BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 Z. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1J34. ' FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 343 YOUR MONEY REFUNDED U you get the desired results ocforo your ad expire*. Why not advertise that extra dresser? ECONOMY OP TIME, money and effort results from Classified readlnjr. RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All Hindi. James R. Laughlln--INSURANCE. Sec me for rates. 309 First NaUonal Bank Building. Phone 520. SHORT OF CASH In nils Short MonUi? Get a Personnl Loan here. Only ONE thlnK needed.--the /iblllty to repay small, regular amount* on any loan plan you select. Come In NOW! LOANS up to *300--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCroryX Store. Phomt M. 'WF.ST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Livestock Horses. Cattle, Other Slock 48 Merchandise Iloucholtl Goods FOR SALE! -- FOR SALE! BARGAINS--In oil kinds of used furniture Including washing machines. Also flat top desks, adding machines and typewriters. DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE. 50. STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES. COME INI SEE1 AND SAVE! LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERV1S FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH riTTSBURG ST. PHONE S020. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! Wanted--To Buy CASH IS W11AT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL. YOUR LARGE CLEAN W1UTE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU M 5c w PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE · YOURSEU SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board ONE LARGE BEDROOM--For rent, suitable for two persons, ladles preferred. Rent reasonable. Use of phone. 507 Johnston avenue. Phone 532. FOR RENT--Furnished bedroom. Inquire 107 West Apple ktrect. Room* for Housekeeping 69 THREE NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS-For ll|:ht housekeeping. Private batru private entrance. 316 OKden street. FOR RKNT--Tuo furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1219 Vine street. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 EVERY LOAD INSURED! Long distance arid local moving. Modem storage for household Roods. We do erating for shipment by rail. Dull'* Transfer Storage. Phone 50. 122 E. Peach street. You tell us and well tell tho worldi Yearly rates upon request. .FOR SALE--Safe. 34x30x35. Tou can set own eomblnaUon. 15000 delivered ' Phone 444. ! REMEMBER. The moro you say, tht quicker it pays. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Today's uncharted puzzle starts with No. 1, across, a six-letter word. No. 1, down; a four-letter word. Pill in squares at the end of each word and check with tomorrow's solution. " ' ACROSS ' " ' 1--Couches 26--Portuguese 7--Native of coin Scotland 27--Jewish 11--Noted month 13--Crested (poss.) hawk parrot 30--Desert In (S. Am.) northern U--Quarrel cast Africa 15--1 'thtly 33--A tributary 16--:' v.'.c of the Seine IS--\i::;r river 19--Mc:::can 35--Metallic dollar _ earth 22--A strong 36-^An evil wind from report the south- 38--Tidings east 39--Rests on the 25--Relieve knees DOWN 1--Writing .8--Greek letter table 9--Greasy 2--Evi! spirit' liquid 3--Small bottle 10--Twelfth 4--Social Insect president of 5--Northeast the United (abbr.) States 8--The center 12--"Bond . (American 16--Klnd'of tree IcotbalU .17--Halt 18--Corroded 28--Shin of tho 19--Crock letter animal 20--^Diminutive 29--Snake-like suffix fishes 21--bink 31--Form of tho 22--Flavor verb "to be" 23--Pronoun 32--Chop 24--Roman cop- 33--Single unit . -permoney 34--Salt (chcm.) 27--Land mcas- 3 7--Indefinite urcs article Answer to previous puzzk FOR SALE--Ten week old plK«. Jno. Wascak. Iunbar Road, near Stone Arch Bridge at LeltcnrlnK No. 1. Merchandise Articles for Sale SI AIICI1 STREET. SO.-Four room apartment, heat and hot \vatcr furnished All modern convenience?. Rent reasonable. A. C. Henuck. Phone 526. FOR RHNT-- Apartmvnti. Inquire Smlltz Apartment Dmldlng. 711 Crawford Avcnur. West Side. COLONIAL BUHJilNC--South Side. Five room apartment AVatl.iblc March l»t- D. Worthclmcr. Sr. Phone WVJ. ISuildlnxs. Uuifdlnc Materials 53 { SEE US--Hefore you build that garage. Our prices arc right. Stone fit Work. Phone 1700. Business and Ofllcc Equipment 54 DALTON ADDING MACHINE--Special. $29.75 New F. and E. check writer, special. 5705. Royal No. 10 typewriter, special, $1875. All machine"* guaranteed. KeMncr's Book Store. 125 W. Apple St. . Farm and Dairy Products SOMERSET 1XTATOKS. GRADED--J125 per bag. No. 2 po:.itoes, 75c per bag. Apples, 50c per bushel. Phone 865'R. 413 E. Washington Ave. SOMERSET POTATOES -- $1.25 per bag. Rome Beauty apples. 503 K. Ncwmycr Avc. Phone 1825-R. MR. FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET1. Why not run a small Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified Section which will find a market for your farm products, your live. stock, your farm mplcments. and household goods? You will find many people who want to buy the many things you have for sale I The Dally Courier hat a large rural circulation which makes It tho popular choico among the farmers and assures you that your message will reach tho people who arc In the market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates In the above Classified heading. ftll Clauincd Ads are payable to Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 XOUR ROOM--Furnished apartment with bath. electric refrigerator, garage Adults. 203 West Washington Avenue FOUR ROOM--Furnl'lied apartment with bath. electric refrigerator. garage Arfulu. 208 v.'ot Wjsiilngton Avenue J'laccs for Rent FOR RK.VT--Service tuition In business district of city. $50000 cavh required Write Box 25. cure Courier, FOR RENT-- Storeroom In Smut£ Build Ing. 717 Crawford Avenue. West Side Houses for Rent FOR RXNT-- Five room houvr ami bath. 217 CnrneRle Avenue. $25 00 per month, water free. See F. E. Younkln, Any. or R. V. Rendmc, Executor. Title A: Trust BlclR. O)t JEENT--Five rooms, Dat)). large porch and yard. In Greenwood. Inquire 12G E. Falrvirw Avc. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Heal Estate SOMETHING YOU NOTHING? NO--tint more lor your K*tnlc Dollar than you mil ever «cl again. BUY NOW I PETER R. WEIMKK WEIMER AJtCADE, PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR JlKNTi T. C. PIIALIN. SO. CONNKLLSVILLE, PA. PHONE 975 Farms and Land for S.ilc 83 WESLEY SNYDRR KARM FOR SALE-71 aerw. 1 mile north of Normalvlllc. Eight room hoiiM*. heater, bank barn, other outbuilding. Some timber. Inquire Harriet A, Snydci, Kormalvillc, Pa. COAL--0-lt Conncllsville Coking, lump and run of mine Plllsburnh Champ- Ion nut coal and large lump Coke, all sizes. Stone Work. Phone 1700. Houses for Sale BEST QUALITY - 9-Ft coklnR coal, moderately priced Immediate delivery Gerald Schomcr. Phone 1991. 84 SEE THIS PROPERTY! i SYCAMORE STREET--Six room frame house, basement, vapor steam heat, all convenience. Two car garacc. Can arrange suitable terms. CUSTOM COAI--lOc, lie and 13c dc- I livcrcd George .V Kern. Ccmncllsvillc Phono 4121-R-ll. , WM. P. McNULTY GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-- EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. Wm Duii Son Phone C'vilie. 107: Dawson. 3261 or 3C31 COAI..--Good black lumpy run of mine, lOc bushel delivered. Cash. Koballa Brot. Phone 2037. DID YOU LOSE your purse or card cnse? Let u* run n Lost and Found ad for you Just phone. 12 or 13 for on nd- takcr- TUE CLOSER you stick io clasMtird ads the closer your money will sticK to you and tiio farther it wUJ go when you spenu It. ' FOR QUICK CLOSING UP--Of the chtate of Josephine Rendine, will sell one i property located at 217-219 Carnegie j Avenue, and another property located i at 218-220 Market Street. Connellsville. ' Sec F. E. Younkin, Attorney, or R. V. i Rcndine. Executor. Title ft Truit BIdg. | f. CLASSIFIED AD can find the rlfihx kind of n Job for the right kind o» man or woman CHAPTER 28 AKD NOW for th« vicar, thought, with some relish. For all thoso who hod been interrogated thcro had been none who, from the first, had seemed to me BO likely to do or eoy something qutto unanticipated ou Mr. Rider. He had seemed to me, on tbo evening of tho crime, tho only person with any real mystery about him. There wag his rather grotesque appearance, hla reputation for eccentricity and fanaticism, there was his very odd question to me; yesterday, and most singular and i inexplicable of all, the discovery of him kneeling at Alary Thurs-1 ton's bedside only 20 minutes! after tho murder. Surely, I felt, aftor so much Incon cluslvcncss, tho Investigators would extract something definite from this man. Surely now even I would begin to see some of that -light" which was guiding M. Picon. The vicar smiled nervously yet civilly to us as he came in, and sat down quickly. His long fingers he kept twisting Into intricate cat's cradles before his chest. He too, I was certain, was afraid of something. Ho waited to be questioned as though with any one of tho innocent queries put to him might come disaster. And yet, I thought, he found it hard to concentrate. His nervous mind went wandering off, and bis polo cyca grew vacant. One thing was certain--tho man was suffer* "Sorry to bother you, Mr. Rider," began Lord Simon. "Fact is, we're hopin' you can help ua a bit." -I'll do all I cnn." "You've known tho Tbwratona tor some time?" "Ever aince they've lived here. They hnvo attended my church-and have been good enough to invite mo to tho house more frequently than I could very well accept. You aoc, I had no means ot returning their hoapltallty. My homo . . ." He shrugged, and censed speaking as though he had suddenly recalled that he might be saying too much. "Was there any thing in ttola household that--so to apeaJc--got your goat? AJiy goings-on, as they say, which worried you?" "I think not." **Yct you naked Mr. Townsend lost night U he had noticed 'anything wrong*." Tho vicar paled. "Mr. Townsend, whom I thea took to bo a young man ot good sense and discretion, might have seen some ovt dencea which had escaped me." There was no mistaking the indignation in Ills glance. I realized that my role a-i an associate or Investigators carried its pen- allies. I had certainly mad« two enemies at least, "Evidences of what?" Bald Lord Simoa evenly. "Evidences of ... something scandalous. I had heard rumors," For tbo first time in my brief personal acquaintance with Lord Simon be showed unmistakable anger. "And you considered It your duty to investigate the truth of those rumora?" "Yea." "To go into a bouse to which you had boon invited as a guest and question another gueat about them?" "Yes." Then very quietly, nl- Mt meekly, be added, "Have you never felt such questioning to be your duty?" l*ord Simon did not eondesecm to reply. And why should he? LEO BRUCE COPYRICI IT BY LEO BRUCEi RELEASED DY CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION "I had board rumors." Its questions worn prompted ay da determination to find out the ruth about crime; the vicar's were tho merest Nosey-Parkcr- dom. If they wcro nothing worse. 'And what, exactly, were those rumora?" 'X hardly like to revive them now. DC mortuis, you know, dt mortals." "Mr. Rider, I hardly think this 3 a moment for you to profess scruples about blackguardin" another person, oven If that person Is dead,' What were those rn- mora?" 'It tod been bruited In the Til- age, bjul In fact reached my ears, that some sort ol . . . understand- existed between Airs. Thurs:on and the chauffeur." To all ol us, I think, came the disappointment that must be felt when a promised bon-boache of scandal turns out to be stale news. [, for one, had hoped that Mr. Rider would produce something now. "Hnd you yourself soon any evidences of it?" "Not actually." Lord Simon spoke and looked 01 though there was an unpleasant smell in his nostrils. It was quite evident that he did not tike the vicar. "And what you bod hoard did not prevent your accepting the Thuratons' invitation to dinner last night?" 'I considered it m., doty to ..." 'Ah yes. I was forgetting your duty. Did you happen to know that it was Mrs. Thurston'g habit to retire to bed at 11 o'clock?" The vicar stared silently at Lord Simon. "No,** bo said at last, "Yet you had dined here . » » how often?" "Oh many times, many times.' "Did you never stay to chat with Dr. Thurston otter Mrs. Thuraton hiu) retired?" "Occasionally." "And you have ncv«r heard her mako a remark to the effect thai 11 o'clock was her bedtime?" "Now that you mention it, I do aeem to remember something ol the sort" "What time did you loa.v« the house?" ·About 20 to 11, I believe." 'So that you knew when yoa went that Mrs. Thurston would soon be going to bed?' '! might have guessed it, had 3! thought about it." "What had you been talking to her about? You and she wcro sitting alone together for socna time." Oh, parish matters, chiefly. She told me, I remember, that Stall the butler, who is a ehoristez of mine, would be leaving her shortly." "Did she express any regret?" "Oh yes. She hod been very satisfied with him." 'And had you?" 'He had a good boss voice, 1 believe." Lord Simon leaned bode in his chair. I took my eyes from the, polo and twitching face of tbo vicar to watch his interrogator. Perhaps it was because he must now be approaching his most scri-J ous questions that Lord Simon now dropped all evidence of angcn or distaste, and became his usuaK self--drawling and apparently^ effete. "Well, Mr. Rider, you seem fond! of a bit of slcuthln' yourself on! the quiet, Kccpin' an eye on misdemeanors, and all that. You'll appreciate the difficulties of a fellow sleuth, won't you, and do what you con to help him out of a hole T Fact is, you can help us along) quite a lot. Hope you'll do your, best to answer a few more of myi silly-ass questions. Here goesj anyway. When you left tho hoose^ where exactly did you go?" ' It was, I was sure, this Tory* question that tho vicar had; dreaded. Re swallowed as a man. docs who has an inflamed throat,' "I ... I had decided to walk; home through the orchard." (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale nouses (or Sale 84 LET MK SHOW YOU THIS TWELVE ROOM DOUBLE HOUSE-- Located on the West Sttle. Bath, heater. all modem. Owner U wllllnfi to «ell his property \ery reasonable. Immediate poT-eMJon. TVrrtT* can be arranged. Muy it and let the other fellow pay. Inquire. PAUL WAGONER 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 148. KOU SALE--Nice five loom Ttousc on pavod street. Price reduced. See Robt-rt Norrii. Phone 505. FOR SALK--303 Walnut Avenue. Scottdale, eight room house, all convenience;,. Inquire nt above address. FOR SALE--Six room house, bath and furnncc. Hardwood floor.s j:arngc, House in Rood lepair. $3,000. Robert Morris. Phone 505. Lots For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICK BUILDING LOTSI FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. COxHO ft, City water and Ens. telephone service, near Street Cur line nnd hlBhway. If you arc Interested in Rood building lots at rcn! Bargain Prices, SCO C. B. McCormick, Poplar Grove, Phone. Con- nclKviUc. 1204-J. or write Post Office Box 144, Conncllsvllle, Pa. Auctions-- LegaFs If Eye Jumps Over Five Times on Line Of Type If Is Faulty If your eyes jump more than five times us you read a/lino of ordinary newspaper typo, then it is hifjhly probable thai you have a reading fault, Dr. Emmctt A. Belts, research professor in education at Pennsylvania State College, says. The normal number of eye "jumps" in rending each two-inch line of newspaper type is between three and five jumps, Dr. Belts said. A person in reading does not t.lidc his eyes along the linos as many imagine. In fact, eyes arc motionless 36 per cent of the time in reading. Notices. PATRONIZE those who advertise 1 ADMINISTRATRICES' NOTICE. Charles W. IUifh. Attorney, ESTATE OF C. B. ARISON, LATE OP Vandcrbilt, Paycitc County, Pennsylvania, deceased. Letters Administration d. b. n. In the above estate hnvin£ been granted to tho undersigned, notice is hereby Riven to all persons Indebted to the said decadent to make payment to the underpinned without delay, nnd all persons having claims or demands npalnst bald estate are requested to make known the same. Loma Fay Clash, Box 3f5 Vanderbitt. Pa. Loma C. Arisen, Box M MerrltUstown, Pa. Administratrices, d. b, n. Housekeeper Beafen By Son of Employer UNIONTOWN. Feb. 23.--Bcalcn on the hcnd and body with a poker, Mrs. Margaret Layhiic, 28, of the new Connellsvillc road, near Uniontown, is in the hospital here with painful scalp wounds and contusions of the body. Harry Shultz, Jr., is in the county jail on charges of assault and battery and aggravated assault and battery. Shultz claims Mrs. Layhue was housekeeper /or his lather and that i she mistreated two other children in the family. The quarrel started of this subject ard the alleged assault followed. Following it the man surrendered to police. Rockwood Firm Reorganizes. ROCKWOOD, Feb. 23.--Lcvi Wolf was elected president of the Rockwood Water Company, succeeding H. F. Bcrkebile. Joseph Baine was named vice-president and treasurer, and Milton T. Stewart secretary. These officers and Mr. Bcrkebile comprise the board of directors. Westmoreland Postmasters To Get Pay Boosts WASHINGTON, Fob. 23--"Economy security" for 60 Westmoreland county postmasters is the object of a bDl now before the Senate after passing the House. The bill would give specified annual salaries to the postmasters at Acme, Adamsburg, Alverton, Ardara, · Armbrust, Arnold, Arona, Bradenville, Calumet, Champion, Claridge, Cokeville, Crabtree, parragh, Delmont, Donegal, East" VandergriJt, Forbes Soad, Hannastown, Harrison City, Herminie, Hillside, Hosteller, Hunker, Hyde Park, Jacobs Creek, Jones Mills, Larimer, Lash, Latrobe, Laughlinstown, Livermore, Lockport Slation, Lowber, Loyalhanna, 'Luxor, Lycippus, Madison, Mammoth, Wn- mont, Murrysville, New Deny, New Slanton, Pleasant Unity, Pricedale, Rector, Rillton, RiuTsdale, Southwest, Stahlstown, Sutersville, Tair, United, Van Meter, Wcndcl, West- '! ·morcland City, Whitney, Wilpcn; Wyano and Youngstown. These fourth-class postofllccs now pay their postmasters on a somewhat complicated sliding scale. Based on ' stamp cancellations and money order sales. The new bill would put these postmasters on the same flat salary basis as postmasters at higher ranking offices. Salary classifications of the fourth- ·· class postmasiors would range from $1GO to $1,100, and while still dependent on revenue of the office, and subject to revision each year, the "little" postmasters' salaries under this scheme would know just how much to expect. AS LONG AS you have the Cloalllcd Section, you needn't wait Ions to obtain .in thins vou need--it Is easy to cct CLASSIFIED ADS aro mcsscE£Cl» o£ thrift. Turning Other Check. DENVER, Feb. 23.--Mrs. Juliette Johannesscn divorced V. R. Johannessen but there arc no hard feelings. Johannesscn was a witness when his former wife took out a marriage license with W. E. Baker. Then he gave the bride away. Six Bears Block Trail. SEWARD, Alaska, Feb. 23.--E. F. Warwick and his companion, E. E. Clayton rounded a sharp bend ir. the trail at Kille River about 25 miles south of Skilak Lake on the Alaskan peninsula and came upor what appeared to be a brown bear convention. They said there were six--all big, and all too curious. CLASSIFIED purchaser? aic not re- Krctted bccaucs they arc only made when . tho buyer needs to buv and the a«llex needs to sell.

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