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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 14, 1939
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PAGE EIGHT, 1HE DAILY C O U K l K , CONNELbSVILLE, PA TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1039. Courier Classified Advertisements POT Quick Results 1 and 2 Times- Per line, 9c cash, lOc charge LASSiFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times Per line 7c cash So charge Special Ycaily Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line 6c cash, 7c chaige These Rates Are "Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five-(5) average words to each line "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate Phone 12 or 13 for an /Ad-Taker Specia/--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--bpecial No Ad Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines 1 Announcements Caid at Thanks FEPPERELL--We taKO this ireans OE thanking ouTM many friends and neighbors for the kindness and sjmpithj extended us dm ing 01 r recent sad bereavement the death of our mother Mis Nancy Pcpperell Especially do ·vvo wiih to thank those who sent fltnv ers those ·who so ki dly furnished cars, and all who assisted us in any \vay The Jarr ly Business Service Business Ser\ice Offered 18 WATER WELLS DRILLED--Old ores c eancd Pumps repiircd SCO tdale Drilling Co 107 Homestead Avenue Scottdalc Pa Phone 521 R Automotive Automobiles tor Sale 11 FISHER b UPHOLSTERY AWNINGS I URN1TURE REPAIRS RECOVERINGS PHONE 0645 322 SO PITTSBURG ST Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 Financial Need Money M-B NEED CASH--In a h u r r j j W e l l lend ou 5300 or less on jour signature Personal Finance Company Phone J4 Livestock Dorses, Cjttle, Other Slock 48 GOOD DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds Jaircs R Laushlln--INSUR- VNCE S-o me for rates 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520 O N E L O O K WILL CONVINCE VOL WE CAN SAVE 'iOU M O N E Y ! SEE THEM TODAY- AM ready to BO ind all reconditioned Stop in today --.NOTE THESE PRICES 1_ Ford Model A Fordor Sedan S65 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan _ S90 Chevrolet Coupe ~ ?~5 1934 Ford Fordor Sedan ,, _ ,, SJ95 1034 Ford Tudor Sedan S175 Ford Model A Coupp $50 "EXCELLENT TRUCK BUYS! Ford IV- ton Truck with 157-inch wheelbase in A No 1 condition selling for $350 Ford H-ton Pickup Truck lor 575 NOnCE-- WE ALSO HAVE 1335 1936 AND 1937 FORDS VER\ SPECIALLY PRICED ALL THIS WEEK SEE THESE SPECIALS! 1935 Ford V-8 Fo'dor and Tudor Sedans 1036 Pontiac 4 door Special Sedan 1D37 Fortiac Special Coupe You Name The Termsl WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY YOUR FORD DEALER, W CRAWFORD AVENUE PHONE 407 Open Evenings! -- Open S^ndajs! SEE THEM TODAYI O-K USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET t MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings till 9 o clock Open Sundays till 6 o clock USED CAES1 SES OUR SELECTION! E E VAN SCOY INC S59 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE Z43 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 258 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234 VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY GOOD USLD CARS 321 SO PITTSBURG ST PHONE 8 YOU KNOW WHAT you want and a Courier Classified ad-taker can tell you how to go about getting It. Phone 12 or 13 £OI* T was,te time wishing--look over the classified ads and see how easily you can cet what you w~nt Mo\mg, Trucking, Storage 25 FOR VOVING PHONE 50 DULL S PRANbFER CONTELLSV1LLL PA FOR BEST SERVICEl Modern Storage For Household Goods. MOVING--At reasonable rates All goods insured Will buj furniture Call 183 Miller Transfer 153 E Cra\\to d Ave Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AJJ E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK1 Band Billsl--Binding 1--Calllnc Cardsl Bill Heads --Letter Heads! For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cardal No Trespassing Sign:, For Sale! All Work Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT PHONE Ei DAILY COURIER BLDG OR PHONL RESIDENCE. »U Professional Services 28 EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances A. A Clarke PH. G Druggist, 323 North Pittsburg Street Phone 19*. Employment Help Wanted--Female WANTED--GJrl /or genera! housework Staj nights Write Box 250 ca-e Courier Help Wanted--Male 33 AMBITIOUS AUTO SALESMEN--Clean- cut experienced salesmen \vartcd to sell new and used cars We cjr use ou Immediately Steady Aork nice hours Write giving lull details cite ex per cnce or call m pe-son See ft r Mnson at the Mason Mo or Company 127 W Apple St cet Phone 105 FOR SALt--Seven nr o d horse weight 1 400 Ibs Good single line leader Jn quire SmiJi Rhodes Jumata Eggs and Supplies 49 BABY CHICKS--All breeds Purma Startena Keystone Feed Stores 110 West Apple Street Phone 107 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 WANTED--Mar for outside v,ork Must be neat in appearance and give refer ence Applicant call in person be twecn 7 00 and 8 00 o clock tonight Room 202 132 N Pitt-burg Street WANTED--.Two high g ide rrcn 1o sell Hospital Insurance \Vondcrful oppor tunitj Write S JVI Carrol] Union town Pa Situations Wanted--Male 37 WANTED TO DO--Wall papei clei ling Call 24 J for rcasonble rates Kenneth Swartz ALL THE BEST opportunities in Con- nellsvillc and viciruty are to be found in ono place--The ClaSjiDed Section AN AD A DAY keeps the Sl-erifl away Let us explain our J early low rate on sonsecuJve advertising Pnonc 12 or 13 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 33 15 31 12 23 21 13 17 27 IO ACROSS 1 -- Identical 21 -- Grasp 8-- PricWy az-- Republic of South heads of plants America pickers 12-- Urn-hko vessels |4 -- Man s nick name 15-- A market 16 -- Near the stern IS-- The tiller 19 -- Famous radio char acter 20 -- Citizen of Denmark 20 -- Worthless loafers (slang) 27-- Fourth note of the scale 28-- Island in New fork harbor 30-- StrUo SI -- Period of time 32 -- Clinch as a bargain 33 -- Voraciously 15--A bill of fare 17--A watch ribbon IB--American novelist and poet 19--Greek god of war 20--Lalr 21--Jewels 22--Recreation ground 23--Painter of The Ma donna of the Rose- Hedge 24--Ancient 26--A group of politicians 27--Disappoint 29--Meadow 80--Part of to be 32--Greek letter Answer to previous puzzle DOWN 1--Abated 2--British money (alang) 3--Vase *--Part of "to NT 6--Appre- 8--Unable to Ond the way 7--Female sheep 10--Projects 12--A valley 13--Islandofthe Philippine group BAKED PAPER MATS FOR SALE--Used Courier mils that arc excellent for lining the inside of icur garage barn cMckcn coop or outbuildings of an} kind Selling al c each Inquire at The Cour er Olncc Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate R ITS UP TO YOU--What "hall it be in (en jeiis it ^5 i month'--a hunch of old rent receipts or T S3 TOO home Terms PFTEH R WEIMCR WLIMER ARCADE PROPERTIES FOR bALE OR RENT! T C PHAL.1N SO CONNEI LSVILLfc PA PHO.NH- 975 Houses for Sale 84 FOR S\LE! SOUTH SIDE PROPERTIES--Tv^o six room houses in good condition Price reasonable CORNER--Fa^eHe incl McCo mick Avc iue One sK room hou»c W M P McNULTY EAGLES BLILDlIsG PHONE 1"60 FOR SALE--Lo\ d Loom baby carriage Inquire 304 South Eighth Street Buildings Building Materials 53 COMPLETE IINE--OI Shorwin W Illume Paints for interior and exterior pur poses Stone . Work Phone 1700 Farm and Dairy Products 55 FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEYI HFRE 3 HOW--You can find a marKot, tor your farm products, jour farri implements your dairy products your live stock and household feoods by running a small inexpensive ad In Oiir Classified Section There you w 11 find many people- who want to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation of The Dally Courier covers a large area and your advcrUsemcnl will be read by many people who arc looking for Just the things you have Cor sale NOTE A_l classified acJs are pay able In advance You will find our rates la the above Classified Heading Fool Feed, Fertilizers GENUINE--Washinfiton Run Coal Low price Wm Dull fit Son Phone 107 or call Dawson 3261 and 3631 JU^IATA COAL--Uc bushel cash dc liverec. 25 bushel orders also delivered Robert Welsh Phone 4121 R 12 FOR SALE--Morrcll Avenue 304 brick bunflilow So 000 CRAWFORD AVENUE WEST 1140--Six roon f ame house bath i ci fu-nace Price $1 BOO ROBERT NORTUS PHONE *i05 HOUSTON AVENUE 21C -- Six room Irame house with bath In the very bes of cond tion In-mediate possession Priced to sel at $1 oOO Inquire. Paul Wagoner 1009 V* est Craw Cord Avenue Phone 143 tt anted--Real Estate --WAI- TED- DC i r anle Dwelling 1 ' To Be Listed \\ith Os FOR SALE PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS-- Appci! to u-5 almost da 1^ and it is our aim to huild up a more co plctc and divert-. fed luting to oftLr IT V\ ILL COST-- The owners notning to n d v c ti e properties thev desi e to e cil unless sale is effected by this office FAYETTL RE vLTY CO"VIPANY 2nd NATL BANK BLDG PHOKE 1375 CONNELLSVILLE (T D Gardner Manager ) Auctions--Lega Is Legal Notices 91 COAL -- Bet,t grade 9 f coal P-ompt delivery for aiw amount Gerald Schomcr Phone 1Q91 GOOD LUMS\ -- Run o r mine coal 100 b j 8c 'iO bu 9c 25 bu 12c delivered Cish Phone 2037 Frank Kobal · Household Goods 59 FOR SALE! LIVING ROOM--And ciijiinff room suits davLnporti dies crs couches and bcdb COT! find gis ranges nlso good desks and t pc\\ riters Spec -il ant. ch Id a large pla pen D U L u S STORAGE 122 E PEACH ST PHONE 50 SEE MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY-FOR BARGAINS IN TURMTURE A N D STOVES OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT NORTH PITTSBURG ET PHONE 2020 1)1 SLRTION NOTICf TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN M wife Mrs DelH \\i\ Knopsnfdcr having left m bed ind board withoi t just con e or provocation I \v t! not. be re portable for in\ Jill-i cortr ictcd her C as Knops ildcr St R utc Scottdalc Pa 28feb "*t lues HLDCJ-T T!TF BUDG* T Of- CO\NELLSVILLF Towns lip Supervisors for t i e vear 193J | Ins been picpirt-G nnc. i ope i foi public inspection bv invent, intc estec! at tht. home if UK Sccictarj Prink "V Hov N JoITerson SI Connelly Hie Pownsh p mar!4 16 FOR SALE--Electric gerttor Now In use $1500 for quick ale Fayettc Auto C*o GI9 N Pit sbu g Street Wanted--To Buy 66 WE BUY--Antique furniture dishes etc Abraham Watson Smithfield Pa WANTED IMMEDIATELY-Nice clean big v,Hte rags We will pay v on 5c per pound CASH for all vou bi ing in Mason Motoi Compiny 127 West Apple Street Phore 105 SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGS1 THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE WILL, PAY YOU IN CASH FOR AiL THAT YOU BRING EN AT 5c Pi-R POUND Rooms and Board lips Ac Deductablc "WASHII^GTON M u 14 -- L e e Incys tips ird f~i Uuities to motion pjt-tuie st icho emp ovcs the Ta\ Appe ils Boaicl uiled n c ordinary and nece 1 : ary expenses of his business as a pioiessional acto and may be deducted irom his tt\ib]e income Son Greets "Martyr" Rooms for Housekeeping 6 9 ' Q"* RENT--TV.O nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping Central loca ' uon 232 E C dwCord Avc FDR KENT--TV, o hgj-1 housekeeping rooms private bath No children 122 West Peach Street FOR KENT---Tv.0 furnished or three an furnished rooms Woodliwn Ave Phone 2003 K Estate for Rent- Apartments and Flats 74 FOR HEI^T--Three room Eurnts led apnrt mcnt pmate bdth 1216 Chestnut St Phone 28" T,V THERE IS a friendly spirit in The Courier Classifec 1 Department which makes it a pleasu e to use this depart ment lor results try ou- service \ O U L L COME acroas p actically e\ery thing \ou need if you look ovr the Classifed Section every tUj Released from Harlem jail, New York after serving tbree-day sen tence for. violation of compulsory education law, Benjamin Tusher, Bronx electrician kisses his son Al vm, cause of the dispute Tusher is one of five parents who refused to send their children to classes after transfer of 250 pupils from one school to another thirteen blocks from their neighborhood He said he would continue his fight. WRITTEN TOR AMD RELEASED BY CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION 1H1M Out of a job and asked to leave ncr Dnarcting house bccauso of tl e wide publicity she received as thi result of an attempted prison break Lona Ackerman is almost desperate because Hhe cannot locate Jim Claridge the only friend she has left Just before Lona apod to the pcnitentliry to Bee her dying father serving B life term tor murder she and Jim had fallen in love At the waiden s house during her v s t to tho pitson two escaping con vlcts forco her n o the wardeiru car and make a safe getaway until Lona Eiabs t i e steering wheel and the car crashes Only slightly hurt she finds her father has died in the meantime A'ter taking his body home si e re turns lo the city Finally Jim calls her and nsks her to marry him To eictipo farther public! y they decide to elope L.ona la recognized when they go for t i c ciarr ago license and Jim slugs a phototrapl er when he attempts to lake he r picture They are married at · paisonago in a s n a i l town (NOW GO ON WITH TUB S1ORJJ CHAPTER TWENTY THREE WHEN 1HBY had left the Liny Inn where they had eaten their wedding supper Jim turned to Lona in the deepening darkness Guesa where we re going now? ' he bade her solemnly I coulcin t Jim Sfr'e was em barrassed again "Tell me For answer he stopped the car and pulled from hia pocket the road map he had procured at a service station just outside the city With solemn mein he spread It over the wheel In the dim light of the instrument board, traced the route over which they had come with an inquiring- finger At a red-lettered "Sandnngham the finger paused That s where we are now ' he told her, and she stared at it with a catch of her breath Sandringham' What an odd place In which to be married And here s where we are going The finger traced an uneven Inch or two and stopped triumphantly at a tiny speck lettered, Fairfield Fairfield*" She rolled it on her tongue questiomngly I've never heard of It Have you been there before Jim ? What kind of placp is It 7 He laughed and started the motor We re going there row, he told her 'Sounds like a swell plare for a honeymoon ' But don t you know anything about rt 7 ' I know K has a nice name " He was grinning down at her But maybe there a no hotel no place to stay--' Lets try it Arc jou game 7 ' He looked at her like a boy a gay irresponsible boy ' Of course I m game"' She leaned back In the seat, catching his mood He began to hum as the miles sped by a funny old fash' loned tune that had been popular a decade ago Memory stirred in her brain and she joined in her clear soprano blending v, ith his ban tone With someone hke you pal good and true, I d hie to leave it all behind and go and find, Some place that s known to Cod si one Just 3 spot to call OUT own ... airfield was a quaint shady, one street country town Lights blinded sleepily in old fash oned houses as they drove through the square No hotel sign was visible, only a drug store and a pool room with 1 a row of loahng men just breaking up after the evening s pow wow Disappointment took hold of Lona until down at the farthest end of the flower bordered street they carre upon a friendly Tour ist Home sign Ft pointed to a stately home with a white pillored veranda set like the scene in a stage play back in a clump of pines with a winding moss grown walk of brick Modem Accommodations the sign proclaimed in smaller lette , and she and Jim looked at each other I told you Fan field was the place ' he reminded her tr umph antly When he had brought the throbbing car to a stop he got his long legs out onto Lhe ground and reaching back for her lifted nei bodily in his arms I m going to carry you n he told her and she struggled laugh Ingly Please Jim' Set me down. There s somebody looking-K ss me first' he demanded and she had to respond The woman who met them at tte door smiled at them as if she were welcoming visiting fnends The front room is the nicest she told Lona, bjstlng about gathering up their suitcases uhile Jim signed a bold Mr and Mrs James Clarldge' on the thumb marked book the man of the house handed him He winked at Lona as be signed it and she blushed as she hurriedly followed the heavy footed, kindl y-ficed woman up the winding stairs "We call this the blue room, her hostess told her Pa and me, we had it done last spring new paper and eve"/thing 111 ]ust show it to you before your husband comes up She proudly exhibited an ar ray of blue flowered \\alls a blue crocheted bedspread on the huge four poster bed, and quaint lace curtains topped by ruffled blue valances at the broad many-paned windows It was an ensemble that would have caused a smart decorator to shrink In dismay but to Lona it seemed homey and old-fashioned, and brought to mind the room she had occupied at home in the old days 'Been married long 7 the woman lingered to ask her, shyly ' Not long ' Somehow Lona man. aged to make her voice sound casual 'You look like a bride" The woman s eyes were motherly With them flowers aniTair Td better get a vase for them She bus tied about again, and impatience shooit Lona. Would she never leave 7 She. wanted suddei ly to be alone to wait for Jim The bustling figure departed finally, leaving behind her an at- mosphere of fussing over the little things that go to make for comfort extra blankets at the foot of the bed in case it should turn cool, mjnute instructions as to how the window si ades should be drawn to keep out the morning sunshine In her good night there was a smiling knowingness that left Lona standing in t] e middle of the floor, her tace burning dreading the sourd of J m s footsteps on the creaky old sta rs, yet knowing that he wou d come She was seated calmly before the quaint old marble topped diessing table brushing her shining curls w en he did corre a full fifteen minutes later She had unpacked her suitcase and removed the blue wedding dress to a hanger in the deep clothespress The rose crepe negl gee that was lie one extravagant purchase of her hurried trousseau had replaced it on her slim figure Fron its ruffles her white arms peeped out coyly, and her face in the minor looked ridiculously young the eyes Just a little frgfhtened Jim came m softly as if he feared she might be asleep and he had no right to wake her With, simple directress he crossed the room to where she waited her ejes on his n the mirror and took her in h s arms Yuu re so pretty, girl," he brought out holcmg her gently So pretty 1 I cant believe were here together--married " ' Jim* Oh, Jim 1 * Sbe clung to him sucdenly I m going to make you happy, girl he piomised and there was an odd defiance in his voice. Happy' he repeated, almost loudly aa If he were reassuring- himself His hps were hard against hers as he k ssed her Jim--" she said again, as he picKed her up, suddenly as lightly as if she were a child * * * Later that night she awoke to find him breathing ryhthmically m the darkness by her side Over the f old fashioned room the roses in, their vase--wedding roses--cast a stealthy perfume. The moon had risen and was pouring through the windows, the quaint flaring lace curtains sifting it out into fihgreed patterns that fell across the bed In the reflected light she made out his lean face He looked boyish in his sleep, the tightness of his mouth relaxed a lock of his unruly hair straying down over his forehead With a tender hand she reached over and smoothed It back. He stirred at her touch like a child beneath its mothers hand and she drew back without waking him He looked so peaceful, so content. And it seemed so natural to be here at his side in the night. So safe- She breathed a little prayer aa she setfed back to go to sleep again her h£ad against his shoulder Make it be like this always, dear God' Make it last' (To Be Continue NEWS BEHIN _ By PAULMALLON Continued fiom Page Four therefore be bai) mg fo diplomatic echoes posMb y for effect m Europe and m Li tin 'Vmencn The dictitois have bet,n playing this pfionetics diplomacy game for miny ye irs but somehow or another they h ive been tiblc to nake then barking sound more rea istic than some of the counter-yelps concocted here The Sykes icsignat on fiom the Federal Communications Commission seems to be the rarest of all political nrites--an aathentic resignation £or the authentic leason stated Commissioner Sjkes really wanted to get back to pmate law practice, possibly beciuse he saw what is now pi am to all ms ders namely that the ICC is hcidcd for tbe \vrnger The McNinch bill (actually t h a Tommy Corcoran bill) ,to institute \ one-man ladio contiol regime is not going to get through Corgi ess In^ead there probably will be a congressional investigation of FCC to fma out what is wrong ard what should be done Sjkes was not a participant m the hairpulhng inside the commission He was legarc'ed as the commission ba'ance wheel with^his calm and de- libel ate judicial mannei As a for- mei Supieme Court ]udge in Mississippi and a friend o£ Senito Pat Haiison he rated and was ingcd foi appoirtment to a Federal judgeship, \vithout saccess The Wh te House had to look hatd to oveilook hjm for the vacancy on the Distnct of Columbia Court of Appeals, but succeeded Held in Baby's Death Seven Arrested On Theft Charges GREENSBURG, Mar 14 --Charged with b caking and entering and larceny of appioximately 1,000 pounds o£ copper u u e fiom the Superior Coke Company in Derry township, seven persons weie arrested by State Motor Police and ordered held tinder bond for court bj a local alderman The defendants are Michael Shelter and his \\ife Maigaret Andrew Zunder and Mooie Harr all of Derry, Russell Uncapr-er of Indiana, Norman Lewis of Hillside and Frank Glenn of Latrobe CongiesimeT aie convinced the AFL.-CIO peace meet ng will not succeed and are getting ready to stait hearings on amending the Ni- tional Laoor RelaUonb Act The autho- Semtoi Wagner is agreeable to beginning about April 1 if the peace move fails Scope of the amendment is indeterminable now Proti acted beiringi \vill be held In- teiest recently Intent may be aroused Tuo congressmen at lunch were deoatmg what makes n good Demo- ciat Both advanced then theories, but one ended the iigumcnt uith this obseivntiOT Fianldy I don't know whni constitutes a good Demot-nt but I know you have to be one of the *o be e ected to Congress in my dls- I ric» Use Our Classified Ads They bring results Cost Is small Mrs Gus Edmger (above), mother of four children, is pictured after arrest an Mahanoy Citv, Pa in connection with slaying of her three- year ola son Danny P jhce say they have her Confession sne suffocated the child 'because he cried too much " (Central Press) Kcphart for Patterson. ALTOONA Mar 14--Chief Justice John W Kephart of *he Pennsylvania Supieme Court said it was his sincere wish that Judge Marion D Patterson of Blair county succeed him on the high court bench The chief justice, whose 21-year-term ex- piie^ this ear, spoke at a legal institute Will BottI Tonight. A double bowling exhibition match will be rolled tonight at West Perm alleys with the Monassen Casey Club and its ladies* auxiliary teams competing aganst the local Knights ol Columbus and its auxiliary The public is invited SALLY'S SALLIES / I ' M } MA W YM ^ s wmoNroFttt ·^ l ' MIRROR K fit r«nirw SynJioiU Iftc Wocld dkta reKrwt A man given to pnde is usually proud of N the wrong .thing."

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