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"PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVIL/LE, PA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, I93S. Courier Classified Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: ·Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. Ads to Bo Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; 8c charge. Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. ® iiua to OG rvun £ jixnus: j--. , Per line, 7c cash; 8c charge. =* . ; These Rotes Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. I There are five (51 average words to each line. | "Cards'jof Thanks," 50c Fla't'RateV.jy - .. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. \Speciat--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 Flowers and Mourmne Goods 4 BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICES1 -P. B. DeMUTH k SONS C'VUXB--53 SCOTTDALE--834 Funeral Directors --SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-"The Last Word In Funeral Service." CALL, CONNELLSVILLE 130. Personals MAN--Get vigor at once! New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain rav oyster In- vlgorators and other . stimulant*. One dose pep:, up organs, gland*, blood. .Regular price SI. Special price S9c. , Call, write Union Drug Co. Strayed. Lost, Founa FOUND--Black and tan female hound. For InformaUon inquire House 145. Whltictt. Pa. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 A RELIABLE DEALER GIVES A CAR THE _ ADDED PROTECTION THAT A GOOD ENDORSEMENT GIVES TO A NOTE! ~ ---See Our Selection! ."--Note Our Price";! _ ' Then Let's Deal! All theso-unusual bargains have been reconditioned and ready, to- co. See them . . . drive them. They arc all priced for quick balci;. so stop in today. Pick Yours Out! 1933 Ford V-8 Coupe, In Absolute perfect condition, rcflnlshed. good rubber. Will sell for - J2C5 JD33 Ford Deluxe Fordor Sedan $275 (A Real Bargain!) 1930 Ford Deluxe Coupe, (as is) . ... . $50 1928 Chevrolet Coach S 40 1932 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan $125 1933 Plymouth Coupe ,,. .4225 1935 Ford V-8 Coupe -- $293 1931 Ford H-ton Panel Truck .._ s 95 ALSO-WE HAVE ON HAND. EXCELLENT BUYS IN LATE MODEL ,"R tt G" USED CARS THAT ARE NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT AND ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR GARAGE. Low Down Paymcntst Low Monthly PaymentsI WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD AND LINCOLN DEALERS. WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407. Open Evenings! Open Sundays! Automotive Automobiles for Sale SEE THEM TODAY1 O.-K. USED CARS 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 9 o'clock. Open Sundays Mill 6 o'clock. NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED-- 1P34 Hud^n 4-door Sedan. Paint. Upholstery and tires, nil like new. Original Owner. Equipped \vith Radio and Heater. Termi can be arranged. David ·Wertncirrcr. Jr.. 700 South Pittsburg Street. Phone 660-J. FOR SALE--Studcbakcr 6 President Sedan. Good tires, excellent condition. Only driven 21.000 mites. J10000 L. E. Canterbury. Phone Dawson 3582. FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 159 E. CRAWFORD AVS. - - PHONE 343 Autos, Accessories, Tires, Farts 13 ALL CAR CHAINS _L ^ U OFF] ALL CAK HEATERS ,i OKFI STORAGE BATTERY (EXCII.) 13.39 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS .,'... 79c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON . . . . SOc FOG -LIGHTS PER PAIR. »4.75 B BATTERIES . 98c MIDGET RADIOS S12.95 UP LOWEST PRICES. AUTO PARTS. TIRES, RADIO TUBES ACCESSORIES. GOLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 120 E.. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Business Service Business Service Printlntr, Engraving, Blndtnr 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WOHKI Letter Heads!--Bill Ueacbl For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! Calling Cnrdsl--Hand BUUl--Binding! No Trespassing Signs For Salol AH Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. COURIER DLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE, M, Professional Services CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery and outer hursicni -appliances. A. A. Clarke. PH G. Druf8l!.t. 323 North PltUburK street. Phone 191. Business Service Offered 18 CALL FISHER--FOR AWNINGS. . FURNITURE REPAIRING . . UPH01.STER- INC. QUALITY WORK. PHONE WM5. Si OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sewing machine in your home. Parts extra. Phone 890. Troutman's. LATE MODEL USED CARS I HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA, PHONE 407. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES tX E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. Insurance and Surely Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375.. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All kinds. James R. Laughlln--INSURANCE. .Sec me for rates. 309 First National Bank Building. Phone 520.' Moving. Trucking, Storage Z5 EVERY LOAD INSUHED1 Long distance and local moving. Modern fitoragc for household goods. We do crating for shipment by rail. Dull's Transfer Storage. Phone 50. 122 E. Peach street. A-No. 1 SERVICE is what you get from Classified Ads. When you have a special need to fill, phone us the particulars and details. You can get an ad-takcr at 12 or 13. THE CLASSIFIED SECTION offers a complete catalogue of the wants and oilers oS tho people of GonnciisvUltt and vicinity. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Today's uncharted puzzle starts with No. 1, across, a five-letter word. No. i, down, a Mx-lcttcr word. Fill in the square at the end of each word and chock with tomorrows solution. ACROSS '1--Inland . pronoun bodies of 25--Letter S wsUr 0--Tub-shaped 31--Strike out 12--Musical drama 13--To be 111 27--Large, strong wasps 29--Note of the scale 30--A number 14--Small child 31--3 feet equal 16--Variant of ono ; gyp 33--Single unit 17--Pertaining 34--Mistake to, Ievtivi- 36--Born tics 37--Hideous IB--Storage monster* cribs 39--External 20--Pronoun 41--Experi- 21--«0 rods ments equal one 42--A lady's f 34--MMcujin* "" DOWN 11--Three mllti weight lor .equal one wool . ". 7--Aloft J--Otherwiae called 3--Stay 4--Diminutive af Edward States navy (ab.) 23--Permit .,24--Lingers about 26--Additional clauses annexed to a bill 27--Joint on a door 28--Organ ot hearing 20--Woody per- cnhial plants 30--12 Inches equal ono 32--A poker stake 34--S-shapcd worm 35--5% yards equal one 38--Diminutive sufflx 40--Biblical city Answer to previous puzzle B--ObetlaaU 8--Commences S--Fetch 10--Yelps ' 15--Ventilate 18--On flre 19--Studded «--As .old 22--United D 1JD H Repairing nnd Rcllnlshlng 2: itthV UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory m ods AwnlnKS, *Up covers. Latest fabrics. Rudolph's. 131 E. Fall-view . Avc. Phone 18n-J. Employment _nclp Wanted--Female WANTED--Girl to assw with kitchen uork and family cooking. Apply Arlin^on Hotel. Merchandise Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 5t BEST QUALITY -- 9-Ft coklnK coal, moderately priced. Immediate delivery. Gerald Schomcr. Phono 1D01. CUSTOM COAL--IOC. lie and 13c delivered. George \V. Kem. Connellsvulc. Phono 4121-R-ll. GENUINE WASHINGTON HUN COAL-Wm. Dull and Son. Phone Conncllsvttlc 107: Dawson 32GI or 3331. COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine. lOc bushel delivered. Cash. Xoballa Bros. Phone 2037, Hnuehold Goods 59 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES. COME INI SEE! AND SAVE! LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PlTTSnURG ST. PHONE JMO YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! FOR SALEI -- FOR SALE! BARGAINS--In all kinds of used furnl. turc Including washing machines. Also flat top dcks, adding machines and typewriters. DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE. 50. FOR SALE--Oak bed and dresser. Price rcaisonnblo. 412 Eliza fitrcct. Wanted--To Buy Help Wanted--Male 33 WANTED TO BUY--Baby carriage. Must f be In i;ood condition. Phone 1317-R. MAN FOR COFFEE ROUTE--Up to MS first week. Automobile given BS ·bonus. Write Albert Mill'. 4447 Monmouth. Cincinnati, O. Financial Need Monty Q-B SHORT OK CASH In This Short Month* O«?t .1 Personal Loan here. Only ONE thlnR needed:--the abiUty to repay pmall. regular amount* on any loan plan you select. Come In NOW! LOANS up to MOO--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCror'$ Store. Phone 34. WEST CnAWFOJlD AVENUE. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 WE ARE QUITTING BUSINESS! MUST SELL ENTIRE STOCK! 200 Straw Hats. 5350 valuo. caen SSc 75 Bathing Suits 50c to $153 75 SHk Wool ScarJi. »3 values. M. SOc 150 Men's Suits 815 520 50 Top Coat» Ovurcoats $12.~5 to $22.50 100 Men's Summer Suits S5 to $12.50 200 Men's Felt Hats - $1^3 to $205 175 Pr.iFrccmnn Shoes $285 to $485 JOO Sweaters and Jackets Jl 19 to $3.« WILL SELL VERY REASON ABLE--Show Ca^es. Tables. Counters Window Fixtures. Shelving, Cash ReRfstcra, Mirrors. Sole. Benches and Etc. DAVID WEimiEIMER, JK. 706 S, PITTSBUnG ST. PHONE 660-J. FOR SALTS--Automatic Dclco Plant, A-l condition, with new heavy duty batteries. Calvin Myers, Acme, Pa. FOR SALE--1 gas brooder nnd 1 coal brooder. In new condition. Write Harry Stone. Pcrryopolls, Pa. Barter and Exchange 51-A UNUSUAL BARGAINS OR TRADES--In all the remaining stock ot the Frlsbcu Hard wore Store. Stove Pipe; Spikes; Screws; Paint; Horse Shoes; Hay Forks; Oil Lamp Shades; FJat Wrenches; Grate Bars nnd Fire Pols; Baby Chick Supplies; Garden Seeds; 3 Counter Scales; Gas Garage Heater; \' y -ton Chain BJock; etc. Many other usclul Items for sale or trade. Also, Baled Hay and Stra\v ( for bale. WANT TO BUY-- Used Oliver 2 horse plow. Inqdire, Quality Fruit Market. 127 W. Crawford Avc. or phone. John Filsbcc, 331. Farm and Dairy Products 55 SOMERSET POTATOES GRADED--$1.25 per ban. No. 2 potatoes, 7Sc per bag. Apples, 50c per bushel. Phone 8G5-R. 413 E. Washington Ave. MIL FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUIl POCKET1 Why not run a small Inexpensive Classified Ad tn our Classified Section which will find a market for your farm products, your live stock, your faim mplemcnts, and household goods? You wilt llnd many people who want to buy tho many things you have for sale! The Dally Courier has a large rural circulation which makes It the popular choice among tho farmers and assures you that your message will reach the people who nro tn tho market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates In the above Classified heading. AH Classified Ads are payable In WHENEVER you have a real need to (111 tb« Classified Section will help you to fill It quickly, as easily and tn- · ^ e ^ f v DID YOU LOSE o u r purse or card caj»o'/ Let us run a Loj»t and Found ad for ou Just phone. 12 or 13 for an ad- lakcr. CASH IS WHAT WE PAY-- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO TIDE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "5c" PEU POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOUKSEL* SOME "SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board JOHNSTON AVENUE. 507--Nice nize bedroom suitable for two persons, ladles or Kentlcmon. Rent reasonable. of phone. Phone 533. Rooms for 69 TWO OK VHItEE--Uniurntshed rooms for lltlht housekeeping. 1101 Vine St. Phone HM-M. FOK RENT--Two nicely furnished rooms for light howekcvplnfi. Central loca tlon. 233 E. Crawford Avc, Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats TWO MODERN APARTMENTS--For rent. One. five rooms and bath and one four rooms and bath. Located over Snydcr'B Men's Store, 134 West Crawford Avenue. Inquire, Snyder's Store. FOUR ROOM--Furnished apartment with bath. electric refrigerator, garage AdulL*. 203 West Washington Avenue SIX ROOM APARTMENT--Furnished, Jn downtown location. Available at once Apply Paramount Tchatre. FOR RENT--Apartments. Inquire Smutz. Apartment nulldlng. 715 Crawford Avenue, West Side, FOR RENT--Six room apartment on South Side. Can occupy at once Robert Norris. Phone 505. FOR RENT--Small furnished apartment electric refrigerator. Range. 203 W Fayctte St. Phone B36. Business Places for Rent 75 FOR RENT--Storeroom in SmuU Build' InK. Possession March 15th. Inquire 717 Crawford Avenue, West Side, FOR RENT--Cunningham hhop, suitable for car storage or work shop. Inquire 316 Ofidcn street. Houses for Rent 77 FOR RKNT--Five rooms, bath, larffe porch nnd yard, In Greenwood. Inquire 126 E. Fairview Avenue. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate SOMETHING FOR NOTHING? NO--But moro for your Heal Estat Dollar than you will ever fict again BUY NOW I PETER H. \VE1MER WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT! T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 375 Farms and Land for Sale WESLEY SNYDER FARM FOR SALE-71 acres. 1 mile north o£ Normalvllle El(;ht room house, heater, bank barn other outbuildings. Some timber. Inquire Harriet A. Snydcr, Normalvillc Pa. THE CLOSER you stick to classified ads the closer your money wlU sUcK to you and the farther it will Ro when you spcnu it PATRONIZE who «dvcrtiic. UEO BRUCE COPYRIGHT BY UEO BAUCCl RELEASED BY CENTRAL PRC53 ASSOCIATION CHAPTER 31 I WAS SURPRISED at the brisk pace that M. Ficon set as we set out tor Morton Scone. His legs were abort, but his remarkable agility made It hard for me to keep up with him. However, I hod set myself to seo n:i much of the methods of all three of these great men tut I could, and was willing enough to make the effort Now that they were ncarlng the end of the chose, every move they made should be interesting. "I'm afraid I haven't been able to help you much, Monsieur Picon," I said after a long silence. "Au contrxtrc, my friend, your, evidence has been of the greatest service to me. You remembered something of the utmost Importance, which you might well have forgotten. "What was that?" "You do not know? But naturally, your own part in this affair." "Afy part?" I almost shouted. "But yes. You, too, bad a hand In It Ob, but quite unconscious, I assure you. Still, a port" "Good Lord. What on earth was that?" "Did you not rlao and open the door?" "Which door? When?" "But naturally. The door of the lounge. Just before the screams were heard." "Well, yes. I did. But I fail to set what that could have to do with it Unless ..." A new and horrible Idea flashed into tny brain. "Unless there was some devilish mechanism tn that room which I set tn motion." "Fortunately," said M. Picon, "the machine is not yet Invented which will cut a lady'B throat while she lies waiting for It, and throw the knife from the window, then disappear from the face of the earth." "I suppose not," I admitted. Wo marched on in the sunlight, which hod begun to pale a little. I was glad of tbo fresh air and exercise, and glad, too, of some activity which Ullcd tn the afternoon, for my impatience to know the murderer's Identity would otherwise have become feverish. To think that at last, after all this guesswork, I wan to know the truth. I resolved to think no more about the murder, for otherwise I should start once again to suspect each in turn of the people at the Thurstons'. Wo must have been within half a mile of Morton Scono when M. Picon suddenly took my arm, and said, "Vitc! This way!" I was BO much taken by surprise that for B, moment I hesitated. He pulled me quite fiercely, however, to the side o£ the road, and almost bundled me through ft hole In the hedge. Ho had scarcely time to follow, when R car approached. I had been aware of it a moment before, when It had been in the distance and beyond a dip which had taken It oot of sight, but I had paid no attention to it The little dotcc tive. however, seemed to bo in a state of tremendous excitement "Observe!" he snapped, as he itarcd at the roadway we had left It was onco again Dr. Thurston's dark-blue car, and since it was not traveling fast I had ample time to recognize its occupants. Fcllowca was driving, and beside him sat the girl Enid, while in the rear scat, smoking a cigar, was Miles. "You sec?" »aid M. Picon, an coon as the car had gone past "What I have said! Look In the heart, my friend. When the mind no longer tells talc*, look in the heart!" "But Monsieur Picon,** I ex claimed, "this is too much! This lie almost bundled mo through n holo In the hedge. morning I went to Sidney Scwcll, and saw Fellowes with two of the suspects: this afternoon I come to Morion Scone, and here he Is with another two!" M. Picon laughed. "And perhaps, when you go to Jericho with the excellent Monsfgnor Smith you will find him there with some more!" "But what does it mean?" I asked. "Patience, my friend." "But how did you know, while it was still a long way oft, that that was the Tburstons' car?" "I did not But I thought it might be. I waa expecting it" "You were? What made you expect It?" "Oh, but you must understand. I was not expecting it with any great confidence. But I knew it had gone this way, and I thought that possibly, possibly, mind you, It would return." "You knew that they were going to Morton Scone," then?" "I had an idea, no more. A small idea. But the ideas of Amcr Picon at times come true, you sec." "Well, that one certainly 'lid, though I'm hanged If I kxiow what to make of it" "And I wonder what the good Bocuf would make of It His partner tn tho brave game of darts, is it not?" I smiled at that "Yes, I wonder. Whom do you think he suspects, Monsieur Pi' con? Ho seems pretty sure of himself, whoever it Is.** "Probably the so skilled and expert cook, I should think," said M. Picon, "But then your English police ore not of. tbo most intelligent when it is a matter of crime." "Not In this cose," I admitted. Suddenly I stopped short "Monsieur Picon!" I exclaimed. "What have you, mon ami?" I hurst out laughing. "What n couple of fools we arc!" I said. "For that, in your so English proverb, you must speak for yourself," he returned bufiilv. "No! But don't you see ? We've walked about a quarter of a milo since we saw that car. And all for nothing. You have seen what you set out to see. We could have turned back at once." "And who knows what I set out to sec?" 'Well, It was obviously the car, 1 coming back from Morton Scone, with Fellowes and the rest oC them in it" "That was almost an accident." "Then you still must go on to the village?" "Naturally." "But whatever for?" "You have surely forgotten one all-important detail. The flag on the tower of Morton Scone church was at half-mast, is it not so?" "Yes. But. . ." "Allons." I obeyed. But inwardly I revolted. I began to think that M. Picon was deliberately myatlfyhis me, or that, having absent-mindedly continued walking to Morton Scone as I suggested, ho now pretended that it was necessary. In order to save his face. But as we were approaching the vtlloga I had another idea. "I know!" I said, "you think it was n double murder. The doctor In this village died the same day.' You connect tho two?" "The doctor was very old, anA had a weak heart He knew himself that ho might die at any time. His death was perfectly natural." "Then what fias Morton Scone got to do with it?" Wo had reached a point on A gentle hillside from which most of tho village was clearly visible. It was a pleasant Sussex village, whose predominant color was that quiet red to which bricks and tiles are toned in the process of time. There were houses with plaster fronts and houses with timbered fronts, and an inn sign hung across the footpath. ^ "Perhaps nothing at all. Perhaps a great deal," said M. Picon very thoughtfully. (To Be Continued) Real Estate for Sale nouses for Sale) LET ME SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY. TWELVE DOOM DOUBLE HOUSE--Located on the West Side. Bath, heater, all modern. Owner Is willing to cell his property very reasonable Immediate possession. Terms cnn t ·· arranged. Buy it and let the other fellow pay. Inquire. PAUL WAGONER 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 148. SEE THIS PROPERTY I SYCAMORE STREET--Six room frame house, basement, vapor steam heat, nil conveniences. Tw,o car garage. Can arrange suitable terms. WM. P. McNULTV EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1700. FOR SALE--Five room hou^e. bath, heater and Karate. Ogdcn Street. 71,500. Robert Norrls. Phone 505. FOR SALE--Houic on East C'.rccn Street. One on Patterson and one on South Arch Street. All In Rood repair. Robert Norris. Phone £05. Lots For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS! FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. 60x140 ft. City water and gas. telephone service, near Street Car line and highway. If you arc interested In good building lota at real Bargain Prices, see C. B MeCormtcx. Poplar Giovc. Phone. Con- ncJlsvllle, 1204-J. or write Post Ofllcc Box 144. ConncIIsvlUc. Pa. Former Berlin Officer Dies. SOMERSET, Mar. 2.--Fred F. Platt, 73, retired carpenter and former Berlin street commissionei*, died Saturday night at his home at Berlin ol complications. He had also served as a policeman. Deceased is survived by his wife and 10 children, including Mrs. Freeman Sanner of Rockwood, one brother and three sisters. Three children preceded him in death. nomcs. You will find desirable homes and home sites advertised in our classified columns. Auctions--Lcgals Legal Notices SI ADMINISTRATRICES' NOTICE. Charles W. Rush, Attorney. ESTATE OF C. B. AltlSON. LATE OP Vanderbllt, Fayctte County, Pennsylvania, deceased. Letters Administration d. b. n. in the above estate bavins been granted to tho undersigned, notice is hereby given to all persons Indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate arc requested to make known the same. Loma Fay Glash, Box 335 Vnndcrbllt, Pa. Loma C. Arlson, Box 04 Mcrrlttstown. Pa. Administratrices, d. b. n. 9fcb-Gt-wed. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Jacob E. Horowitz. Attorney. ESTATE OF ETTA LOUDEN. LATE OF Connell.sville. Fayette County, Pennsylvania. Deceased, Letters testamentary in the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given to ail persons Indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay, and oil persons having claims or demands against said estate arc requested to make known the same. Harry D. Louden, ' Executor. S09 Harrison Avenue, Gtcensburg, Pennsylvania. 2mnr-6t-wcd. Divorces Woman In Dillinger Deaih CHICAGO. Mar. 2.--Ann:i Sace, the "Woman in Red" said to have pointed out John Dillinger to Federal L,,*nts who shot him to death July 22, 1934, had a husband, it became known when he obtained a divorce for desertion. He is Alexander Sage, 45, an unemployed railroad man. He is a Rumanian by bivth as is she. They separated in 1932. She was deported to Rumania in 1936. MOTORIZED ARMY ON LION'S TRAIL NABOOMSPRUIT, South Africa, Mar. 2.--A motor "army" o£ 100 automobiles carried farmers, native beaters and hunting dogs on a search for a "killer" lion. The animal, which has killed many cattle and ihccp, is thought to have been wounded. Argue Legality Of Dismissal Of Builskin Nurse UNIONTOWN, Mar. 2.--Arguments growing out ol the dismissal of Miss Marguerite H. Gill as school nurse by the Builskin township school district wore heard Tuesday afternoon before Judge Harry A. Cottom, H. S. Dumbauld and W. Russell Carr. At'.orney Samuel Breamcr, Connellsville, counsel for the plaintiff, explained to the court en bane the main issue im-olved was whether the nurse's cc::trnct with the school board placed her under provisions of the recent Teachers' Tenure Act as n "professional employe" of the school district. He set forth Ihe contract %vas signed September 10, 1937, by Miss Gill and by W. G. Fosbrink, as president of the board, and David Firestone, secretary. On September 30, she received her certificate from the State Board of Public Institution, Harrisburg, in \vhich it was itatcd she was qualified to hold the position, the counsel declared. However, on December 17, she was notified oC n meeting to be held by the school directors on December 22 on the question of her dismissal. "She continued to carry on her duties despite the board's action," Attorney Bramer said, "until she received a warning that she did so at her own risk. Then, on advice of cou -1, in the fnct of this warning, she stopped her activities and filed this action to deteimine whether her contract is binding upon the school board under the Teachers' Tenure Act." Attorney J. K. Spurgcon argued for the school district contending the contract is not binding under provisions of the act governing "professional employes" of school districts. Now Cyclist Tunes In. DUNCAN, Okla., Mar. 2.--Duncan citizens stare when William Mos- Icy rides past on his bicycle. In addition to a headlight which dims and an electric horn, the boy has built a complete radio onto the bi-

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