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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COUKiffiK, (JUNNlSL.LiHVlJL.ljlfi, FA. MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1330. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge. LASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash: So charge Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rotes Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. J "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. - Phone 12 or 1 3 for an Ad-Takerf 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 Card of Thanks ROHLAND--We take thl3 means ol thanking our many friends and ncigh- fors for 'he kindness and sympathy extended us during our recent sad bereavement, the death ol our darling son and firandson, James Hohland Especially do \ve wish to thank thotc who sent flowers, those who so kindly furnished cars and all who assisted us in any way. Mr. Herman Kohland, Mr. and Mrs. Ba. t Cunningham. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 Employment Help Wanted--Female WATSR WELI.S DRILLED--Old ones cleaned. Pumps repaired. Scottdalc Drilling Co., 107 Homestead Avenue. Scottdalc, Pa. Phone 521-R. TEACilEH OR EDUCATED WOMAN-25 to 40 Car essential Executive pobl- tlon. Address Box "A. A." cnre Courier. FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY AWNINGS. I'UUNITURE REPAIRS RECOVERING*! PHONE 9645 322 SO PITTSBURG ST | Help Wanted--Male 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 PRICCS1 Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 Ford Model "A" Fordor Sedan Chevrolet 4-tloor Sedan Chevrolet Coupe . 1S34 Ford Fordor Sedan 1034 Ford Tudor Sedan ........... Ford Model "A" Coupe .................... 550 EXCELLENT TRUCK BUVSI Ford 1^-ton Truck with 15T-lnch wheelbase in A-No. 1 condition, selling f o r . . . ?350 Ford % -ton Pickup Truck for . .. . S75 NOTICE-WE ALSO HAVE. 1935, 1936 AND . 3937 FORDS VERY SPECIALLY PRICED ALL THIS WEEK. SEE TIIESE SPECIALS! 1938 Ford V-8, Fordor and Tudor Sedans. 1936 Ponttac 4-door Special -Sedan. 1337 Pontlac Special Coupe. You Name The Terms! -. WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. YOUR FORD DEALER. W. CRAWFORD AVENUE. PHONE 407. Open Evenings! -- Open Sundays] W H Y G A M B L E ' WINDSTORMS IN 1P38 COST PROPERTY OWNERS THROUGHOUT THE U. S. OVER' $385.000 000 WINDSTORMS STRIKE EVERY WHERE' WHY GAMBLE? BETTER CARRY "EXTENDED COVERAGE ENDORSEMENT." WHICH COVERS NOT ONLY WINDSTORM DAMAGE, BUT ALSO MANY OTHER HAZARDS. ASK US ABOUT IT TODAY! . I . $63 1 FAYETTE REALTY COMPANY. 590 j Real Estate, Rents. Insurance, Bonds . $75 Second National Bank Bldg. Phone 1375 S105 5175 33 STEADY WORK--GOOD PAY--Reliable man wanted to call on fanners in N. Fayette Count:,. No experience or cap tal required. Make up to S12 a day. Write Furst Tho.-rias, Candler Bldg , Baltimore, Md. ABLE MAN -- T o distribute Camples, handle Coffee Route. Up to ?45 first v-cek. Automobile fiuon as bonus. Write Mills, 7104 Monmouth. Cincinnati, Ohio. Merchandise Wanted--To Bay CT D. Gardner. Mgr.) GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R, Lauchlln--INSUR- ANCE. See me for rates 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520. AMBITIOUS AUTO SALESMEN--Clean- cut, experienced salesmen wanted to sell new and used cars. We can use you immediately. Steady work, nice hours. Write, giving full details, cl:o experience, or call in person. See Mr Mabon at the Mavon Motol Company, 127 W. Apple Street. Phone. 105. Help Wanted--Male and Female 34 WANTED--Young man or uoman to do special art work for local concern In spare t.me Must have training in commercial art and be able to handle water colors. Write Bo.x 200, care Courier. SAVE YOLJB BIG WHITE RAGS1 THEN BRLNG THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE . . WILL PAY YOU fN CASH FOR Ali, THAT YOD BRING IN ... AT 50 PER POUND. Rooms and Board Rooms for HonseKecpIng 6D FOR RENT--TV.O nicely furnished roorrs for light housekeeping. Central location. 232 E. Crawfoid Ave. fOR RENT--Two light housekeeping rooms, private bath. No children. 122 West Peach Street. Financial Need Money O-B ' Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50. BULL'S TRANSFER CONPTELLSV1LLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE!" Modem Storage For Household Goods. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving Milter's Transfer. 153^ Eas! Crawford "Avenue. Phone 1B3. Printing, Engraving, Binding Zt SEE THEM TODAY1 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 6 o'clock. USED CARS! SEE OUR SELECTION! E. E. VAN SCOY. INC., 1S9 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 23. LARGE SELECTION USED CABS BENNETT MOTOR SALES O6 B. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS. 521 SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. AN AD A DAY keeps the Sheriff away. Let us explain our yearly low rate on consecutive advertising. Phone 12 or 13. A "ROOM AND BOAHD" ad here can loon rent that empty room of yours. LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUB PRINTING WORKI Hand BUlsl--Binding!--Calllnc Cardsl Bill Headsl--Letter Headsl For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! No Trespassing Siena For Salel All Work Fully Guaranteed r All At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65 DAXLY COURIER SLDG OH PHONE RESIDENCE, BU NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend you $300 or less on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Livestock Poultry, Eggs and Supplies 49 BABY CHICKS--All breeds. Punna Startcna. Keystone Feed Stores. 110 West Apple Street. Phone 1C7. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 Professional Services EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--filastio Hosiery and other surgicoj appliances. A. A. Clarice. PH. G. DrURBlst 323 North Pittsburs Street. Phone 194 BAKED PAPER MATS FOR SALE--Used Courier mats that are excellent for llninK the inside of your garage, barn, chicken coop or outbuildings of any kind. Selhnfi at Ic each. Inquire at The Courier Ofiice. Barter and Exchange 51-A FOR RENT--Two furnished or three unfurnished rooms, Woodlawn Ave. Phone 2003-R. TOR RENT--Two unfurnished rooms. Inquire J2t North 4th. St. Phone I401-W. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR RENT--Three room furnished apartment, private bath. 1216 Chestnut St. Phone 2S7-W. DOWNTOWN APARTMENT--Three laree, convenont rooms, bath. Inquire Anna Schmitz, 103 North Arch. Call 1273-R. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate B WHAT YOU PUT JNTO--Rent, someone else puts Into Real Estate. Why don't you buy? Come in and talk it over. Terms! PETER R. WEIMEH. WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES, FOR SALE OB RENT1 T. C. P11AL.CN. SO CONNELLSVILLÂ£. PA. PHONE 873. WANTED TO TRADE--Alfalfa and Lm- othy hay for home-burned lime. Phone 3034, Dau'son. Frank jLorn. Buildings, Building Materials 53 Houses for Sale FOR SALE! IF YOU ARE--Patch.nc that small break ,,,,,,_ ^ 111 the kitchen wall, or planenni; SOUTH SIDE PROPERTIES--Two e.ery ^all in the hoi.se. we can furnish your needs. Stone Â£4 Work. Phone HOO. Farm and Dairy Products 55 GET GOOD MONEY Cor your extra household goods, put them on view through a Classified Ad. Phone 12 or 13 for an ad-takcr. OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is aa near as your phone. Just call 12 or 13 and your needs will soon be met without any further trouble on your part ALL THE BEST opportunities in Connellsville and vicinity are to be found in one place--The Classified Section. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE /5 H\ IO 17 ' IS 12 Across-" " 3 ~"'I-- Dull- :.- 29-- Electrified -spirited - - Â· -particle 6-- Purchas- 3i_whirl- 32 -Â«r f * ' 10-^Chief gods" " at " - -o f the~ -- ~ 35 -- AH correct Â· Teutonic 37-^-On.e of the pantheon Fates 12-- Greek letter (Norse 13 -- Precise myth.) 14-- Border 38-- 16th letter 15 -- Bend the of Q, e head Hebrew 17-- Symbol for alphabet IS-lm^T- 39-CW's name 'Particle of 41-- Whether floating- 42 -- A half note dust (music) 1-- Units of 43-- Correlative work of either 13--Border 14--International . ,. language 16-rDanish coin IS--Death, as a deity 20--Slander 22--Masculine pronoun us 26--A musical composition 27--Title of respect 28--Undergo 30--Midday 32--Lade water from 33--Replete 3-1--At home 3G--Dagger used by Malays (var.) 39--Expire 4.0--Mischievous child! 42--A New England state (abbr.) 43--Forward ^ui - f . 10 previous puzzle 25-- Uneven, as reception though 45-~The back- eaten away bone Down 1--Fashion 2--Pronoun 3--Too) for trimming slate Period of time 5--Drilling tool 6--Biblical city 7--Egress 8--White frost 11--Mark left FARMERS LET US RELP YOU WAKE SOME MONEY I HERE'S HOW--You con find K market, Â£or your farm products, your form implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household gooda by runninc 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 Dally Courier covers a large area and your advertisement will bo read by many people who arc looking for just the things you have lor sale. NOTE: All classified ods are payable in advance. Vou will find our rales ia the above Classified Heading. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 SENUINE--Washington Run Coal. Low price. Wm. Dull Son. Phone 107 or call Dawson. 3261 and 3631 JUNIATA COAL~l^c bjhhel, casli, delivered, 25 bushel orders also delivered. Hobett Welsh. PJionc 4121-11-12. COAL -- Best grade 9-ft coal. delivery for a ny a moun t. Scbomer, Phone 1091. Prompt Gerald GOOD LUMPY -- Run of mine coal, 300 bu , 8c; 50 bu , 9c; 25 nu., 12c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037. Frank Koballa. room houses In good condition. Price reasonable. WM. P. McNUI/TY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. FOR SALE--Morrell Avenue, 904, brick bungalow, ?5.GCG. CRAWFORD AVENUE, WEST, 1340--Six room frame house, bath and furnace. Price, $1.800 ROBERT KORB1S. PHONE 505. HOUSTON AVENUE. 2JG -- Six room frame house with bath, in the very best oÂ£ condition Immediate possession. Priced to sell at $1,500. Inquire. Paul Wagoner, 1000 West Crawford Avenue, Phone 143 FOR SALE--Mu^t sell summer house, six room house. 26 3-10 acres, with sugar outfit. Three miles East of Indian Head. James Lang, Cleveland Street, Greens- burs, Pa. Wanted--Real Estate Household Goods 59 FOR SALE' LIVING ROOM--And dining room suits, davenports, dressers, couches and beds. Coal and gas ranges, also good desks and typewriters. Special, one child s - laige play pen, DULL'S STORAGE. 122 E PEACH ST. PHONE 50 SEE MEHVIS FURNITURE COMPANY-FOR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND STOVES. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT 3IORTH PITTSBUHG ET. PHONE, 2020. Special at the Stores HOUSE CLEANING NEEDS -- Knstollto, wall paper cleaner, mops, brooms, btu.shes, stepJaddcrs, poJishos and was. Edward Baer Hardware. Phone 584. --WANTED-Desirable Dwellings To Be Listed With Us FOR SALE! PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS--Appeal to us" almost daily and it Is our aim to build up a more complete and diversified listing to offer. IT WILL COST--The owners nothing to advertise properties they desire to sell unless sale it effected by this office. FAYETTE REALTY COMPANY 2nd NATL. BANK BLDG. PHONE. 1375. CONNELLSVILLE, PENNA, CT. D. Gardner, Manager.) Auctions-Legals Legal Notices WRTTTB* FOR AND RELEASED BY CENTRAL TRESS ASSOCIATION READ THIS FIRST: Out of a job, and n.skcd to lenv? her boarding house because of the widf publicity s^c received as the resuJi of an Attempted prison break, Lona A-ckerman is almost desperate because Â·h* cannot Incate Jim CInriclgc. the only Iricnd sho has left., Ju-it before L-orm sped to the penitentiary to see her dying father, serving n life term for tntirt'cr, she nncJ Jim hftt) fciKen in love. At the warden's house during her visit to the prison, tuo escaping ron- victs force her into the warden v m and make a safe getaway uniil Lc- . grabs the steering wheel and the i crashes Only slight., y hurt, she fln'u her fithcr has died In the meantime. After taking his body home, she returns to the city. Finally Jim caf.s her and aaks he- to mirry him. To ot.capc further publicity, they decide to elope. Ixaa is recognized when they po Cor the marriafie license and Jim slugs a photographer when he attempts to take their picture. (NOW GO ON WITH THE STORTJ CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO XT WOULD BE an odd sort of wedding, Lona thought, as she sat beside Jim, and. watched his strong hands on the wheel of the rented car he was driving, No music, no audience of hushed friends, no flowers. Just herself and Jim. She won- | dered, suddenly, if he had remcm-! bered the ring, and looked at his lean profile outlined against the falling twilight as he threaded his way through traffic out toward the open road. She wanted to ask him about it but, somehow, the words wouldn't come out. She was feeling shy and uneasy, "Where are we going, Jim?" she asked, suddenly, as he brought the car to a stop at a busy corner. Her heart skipped a beat as he opened the door on his side, and she looked about her at the neighboring buildings. No church was visible, and she had a ridiculous feeling of reprieve. "I'll be ju*3t a moment," Jim told her mlchievously. "You're to wait." He disappeared around Lhc next corner and was back again almost before she realized he was gone. In his arms he carried--looking ludicrous against his dark suit and causing passcrsby to smile--an unwrapped boquet of reJ roses. Tiny, fragrant buds of the sort Lor. a loved. "For the bride!" he said, bowing gravely as he handed them to her. *'Oh, Jim!" She buried Her face in the fragrant blossoms heedless of the thorns they might conceal "How did you know I was wanting flowers?" "Every bride must have flowers,' he told her, grinning and pleased yrith himself, as he slipped back behind the wheel. They rode silently after that, the fragrance of the flowers surrounding- them with an aura of sweetness, Out in the open country, away from the bustle of the city, with its ever clanging traffic, the supper-time shadoxva kvere lengthening peacefully. It was good, riding along like this, Lona thought Just she and Jim together, the breeze in their faces. She coulc have gone on and on. It was before a rambling' country parsonage, an hour's drive from the city, that Jim drew up anally, ant stopped. With an air of finality he snapped ofic the throbbing engine and turned to her in the sudden pregnant silence. "We're here, girl," he said, softly, and something in rus brown eyes made her catch her breath. "Yes, we're--here," she heard herself repeating. For a moment he pressed her hand silently. "Guess it's up to m to see If there's anybody home," h said, then, and heaved his long body from the car. "You wait." He, too, was a little embarrass^ as he went up the long, flower bordered walk and onto the run down porch, putting his feet down easy in an absurd effort to be quiet Tn another minute he was coming back, grinning a little sheepishly / "You're to come in," he told her without meeting her eyes. The roses in her arms seemed tc double In fragrance as she walkec beside him. Like going up a churcl aisle, it was, her steps measuring themselves with bis, and a smiling white-haired man with a book in "I do," Lona heard herself repeating. its hand holding open the screen i door Cor them. The preacher had called in his wife and a perspiring daughter from their kitchen work to be witnesses, and they greeted Lona with tnowing looks, exclaiming over her flowers. The preacher cleared his ;hroat as he leaved through his book, and then his voice came out deep and heavy, filling the silenced parlor. "I do," Lona heard herself reseating, fatefully. Her voice seemed to stick in her throat and she could only whisper. Jim, too, seemed to be having trouble getting the words out. "With this ring . . ." the preacher was saying, and a sudden overwhelming fear gripped Lona. Had he forgotten? . . . He fumbled for an agonizing moment in his pocket, then, with a triumphant glance at her, produced a thumb- sized box. The gleaming circlet was set with tiny diamonds that sparkled as the minister held it up. On her Snger it felt cold and hard and alien; she was conscious of it when the minister had pronounced his last solemn "Amen.!" and Jim was bending over her, kissing- her with shy Upa. "It's done, girl," he whispered to her in that brief instant before he surrendered her to the congratulations of the preacher and his worn' enfolk. "Yes, it's done," she heard herself repeating a little stupidly, as if it were hard to believe. Back outside, in the car, shyness seemed to possess them both. To hide it, Jim took refuge hi the commonplace. "Do you realize we've had no dinner ?'* he asked, starting the engine. "I'm hungry!" "And so am I!" Lona echoed. Then, her eyes meeting his, they both laughed. "You've married a hungry woman, Jim," she told him. "It's going to keep you busy the rest of your life feeding me." "I noticed an inn back down the road a ways when we came through. There's a sign says chicken. How about that for a wedding supper?" He was already turning the car In the minister's drive. "It would be wonderful, Jim," Lona heard herself assuring him. Anything he wanted to do would be wonderful, she was thinking, in a sudden accession of tenderness and gratitude. Would it be like this always, she wondered, sitting beside him in the gathering dusk To be taken care of like this, to have someone upon whom to lean, someone she could trust to make decisions. After what she had been through, it was almost too much to ask of life! The inn, when they entered it, was a homey little place, its windows hung with crisp curtains, checked tablecloths on its tables. It made Lona think of the home she would like to have and of which she had, as yet, scarce! w dared to think. 'It'll be fun, hunting a--a house," she brought out, shyly, her eyes meeting Jim's across the table as they waited for the farm girl waitress to serve them, 'A house!" He looked at her with longing in his brown eyes. "Do you mean you' re really going to--to cook, and things like that? Keep house--" "Why, of course I am, Jim! What did you Uunk we were going to 60?" "I--I didn't know. I guess I thought--are you going to go house hunting right away?" He was like a small boy being promised a feast.' "Tomorrow," she promised, and then blushed, her eyes falling before the look that leaped into hi?. Tomorrow! She would" be a different girl by then, she knew suddenly. Not a girl at all, but a woman- She swallowed back a lump that came to her throat and applied herself to the plate of chicken and biscuits the waitress set before her,, without daring to look up. Reading her thoughts, his hand came out across the table. "It's been just a month since I found you, girl. Do you realize that?" His voice was tender. "Just a month." She looked at him, then, "Oh, Jim, what if you hadn't! What if somebody else had. come across me in the park that night? Someone who wasn't--like you?" She broke "off, shivering. "Don't, girl. Don't think of it!" The hand closed over hers firmly, warm and comforting. "I DID find' you! And we're going to be together now and for a long time! As long as you want me." As long as she wanted him! She kept thinking of that promise m the hours that followed. He was like a boy, she thought, as she lingered with him over the abundant meal and watched him light up a lazy cigarct in the lamp-lit dusk. A boy who wanted to be loved and wasn't quire sure he deserved it. As long as she wanted him, he had said. Not as long as he wanted her, as most men would have put it (To Be Continued) Only Two Points From Erie Strong Vincent; Relay Swimmers Star Wanted--To Buy 66 WANTED IMMEDIATELY-Nice, clean, bif white rags We wiil pay you 5c per pound, CASH , . . for all you bring in. Kcison Motor Company. 127 West Apple Street. Phone 105. THERE IS a friendly spirit in The Courier Classified Department which makes It a pleasure to use tins department. For results, try our service MAKS BOTH ends meet--use a Ciassi- Gcd ad r.nd RC* a buj cr WE BUY--Antique furniture, dishes, etc. Abraham Watson, Smithfie'.d. Pa. SHOP sensibly and savingly through the classified ads. 91 NOTICE. SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED at the office of ttie City Clerk until 5:00 o'clock P. M. E S. T. Monday, March 27th, 1933, for hauling Paving Brick by the Thousand Â£rom the Layton Fire clay Company, to streets in ConnellsviUe (Racked) as designated. . i City Council reserves the right to rj ject any or all such bids submitted. City of Connellsville, P. H. Beighley. Purchasing Agent. mar6-13-20. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT letters testamentary on the estate of Henry Fette, deceased, late of the City of Connellsville. Fayette County, Pa , have been grnnted to the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims against same, will make them known without delay. Christopher Fette, Executor, 923 Morrell Avenue, Connellsville, Pa. 13mar-6t-mon. Continued from Page Seven. (58,82), second; Blustc, York (53.55), thard; Weaver, Erie Strong Vincent (49.47), fourth Kelly, Abinblon (49.30), fifth. ConnellsviUe not entered, 200-yard free style relay--Won by Connel Isviile (Cross, Keffer, Laugheriy, Frazier); York, second; Havorford, third; Norristown, fourth; Westinghouse, Pittsburgh, fifth. Time, 1:45.8, 100-yard iree - style--Won by Howard Lufz, Wyomissing; David I Shaper, Erie Strong Vincent, second; 1 Mason Borr, Wyomissing, third;' Frank Elliott, Pottsville, fourth; ! William Blacka. Connellsville, fifth. Time, 0:56.2. 150-yard medley relay--Won by York (Reidel, Koons, Metzger); Connellsvilie (Colborn, Foley and Blacka), second; Erie Strong Vincentj third; Edystone, fourth; Westinghouse (Pittsburgh), fifth. Time, 1:28.1. 50-yard free style--Won by David Shaper, Erie Strong Vincent, in :24.5; second, Howard Lutz, Wyomissing; third, Frank Elliott, Pottstown; fourth; M asor. Eorr, Wyomissing, fifth, Leonard Van Wart, Haverford; Cross, Connellsville 1 sixth. 100-yard breast stroke--Won by Laverne Thomas, CoatesvJUe; second, John Reidel, York; third, George Houseal, York; fourth, James Artere, Erie Strong Vincent; fifth, Kline, Carrick (Pittsburgh), Time, 1:10.2. Connellsville not entered. NEWS BEHIN Tlffiftfe YOU KNOW WHAT you want and a Courier Classified ad-taker can tell you how to go about getting it. Phone 12 or 13 Continued From Page 4. about a Roosevelt policy. Since Mr. Roosevelt's earlier appointees; Justices Black and Reed, have been on the bench they have not voted against any important New Deal measure. Newsmen would regard it as a "revolution" if a justice bit the appointive hand, at least that word for it was used by one newsman trying to check the rumor. All it turned out to be .was that Justice Frankfurter asked a question during an argument, implying obscurely he might not approve state taxation ot Federal salaries and vice versa. Court followers expect Frankfurter will follow the Brandeis school ol legal thought, which is by no means the Roosevelt school. Heavy Entry Listed For F l o o r T o u r n e y Continued Irora Page Seven, semi-finals and finals in the junior and lightweight classes snd the final in the seniors. Tuesday night's scheduled of first round games is as follows: Scottdale Clover Farm vs. Bakers Garage--6:15 P. M. (lightweight.) Jacktown Hotel Cardinals vs. Kooser CCC Camp--7 P. M. (lightweight.) Uniontown Pickups vs. Nemocolin J dians--7:45 P. M. (junior class.) Swissvale Merchants vs. Paramount Juniors--8:30 P. M. (junior class.) Washington "Y" Leaders vs. Jeannette Shearers- -9:35 (junior class.) Mount Pleasant Merchants vs. Apollo Furns--10 P. M. (senior class.) Overholt vs. Leechburg Fums--11 P. M. (senior class.) All games win be handled by competent officials with committees of experts packing "all-tournament" teams. It was Mr. Roosevelt himself in person who brought AFL's Dan Tobin. into the CIO-AFL peace negotiations. Tobm, you will recall, declined to serve, saying he was too busy. The President called him on the telephone and persuaded him to change his mind. DON'T waste time wishing--look over the classified ads and see how easily you can Â£et what you want Incinerator Wins Fa i-or. ^ UNIONTOWN, Mar. 13--Uniontown j Council heard favorable reports on the operation of the new municipal incinerator plant which went into service March 1. His doctors almost had to get a court order to make House Ways and Means Chairman Doughton take a Florida vacation, the first in 25 years of congressional sessions. Doughton has been recovering from an illness and had postponed his morning arrival at his office until 8:45 each .day. This worried him. He often remarked he did not know what his constituents would think of him for getting to work so late. Boswcll Bank Dividend. SOMERSET, Mar. 13.--Depositors of the defunct First National Bank of Boswell will receive a seven per cent disbursement this week, Receiver Frank E, Lauder announced. The ^dividend brings payments to a total' of 42 2-3 per cent. Approximately $40,000 will be distributed among 1,300 depositors. For yeais he | emerged - from his hotel at 7 A. M. sharp. The employe who drove him to the office' used to glance at his watch as Doughton crossed the threshold. If the watch did not say 7 A..M., he set it. There are many like 75-year-old ^ Doughton in Government service, but somehoxv or another you hear most about the other kind.