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ri\(.;K BIGHT, THEJ DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1939. Courier Classified Advertisements -CLASSIFIED AD RATES- For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge. 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 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 ! I 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! Automotive Automobiles Tor Sale 11 SEE THEM TODAY I O-K USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE Al 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPAJYV 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenlnss 'till y o'cloclt Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock SEE OUR WO.VDERFUL SELECTION OF HIGH CHADE USED AUTOMOBILES ON OUR USED CAR LOT AND ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR GARAGE PICK YOURS OUT TODAY! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY WEST CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 107. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234. VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY · GOOD USED CARS 321 SO PITTSBURC ST PHONE 8 WE BOTH LOSE MONEY -- IF YOU DON'T SEE VANSCOY'S USED CARS. 259 E. CHAWFORD. PHONE 213. FOR SALE--1930 Chevrolet Roadster. cheap. Call atter 5 P. M . at 911 Aetna Street. USED CAR BARGAINS. SEE . . . CENTRA!, SERVICE STATION. »07 W. CRAWFORD AVE. Phone 291. Business Service Easiness Service Offered 18 FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVERINGS PHOKE B645 322 SO PITTSBUttG ST. Business Service Professional Services EXPERT TRUSS FTITING---Clastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances A. A. Clarke. PH G DruHClst 323 North PlttsburR Stre e L Phone 194. . Employment Help 1 Van ted--Male WANTED--Three men experienced in selling Household appliances. Automobiles or Insurance. To sell new ar.d used cars. One man mu^t be residence o£ Scottdale or Emerson. To the t i £ h t party of proved ability, will give drnu- inc account osalnst commissions, phone. 1234. for appointment. .Bennett Motor Sales, 250 E. Crawford Avenue. IF YOU HAVE AMBITION--And own a car. \ve have a steady job and good Income. No capital or experience needed Sell Heberlins Household and Faim necessities to friends and neifihbor.* Write or call in person after 5 P. M. J. F Crosby, 631 E. Main St., SomLr- set. Pa. Phone 1012-W. WANTED--Tuo high grade men to sell Hospital Insurance. Wonderful oppor- turity. Write S. M. CarroU, Uniontown, Po. Financial Need Money 40-B NEED CASH--In a burn*? We'll lend you S300 or Icjs on your signature Personal Finance Company Phone 34. Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 55 * ARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY » JIEFtC S HOW--You can llnd · market. lor your [arm products, your farm. Implements, your dairy products, "your live stock and household goods by running a small inexpensive ad fn our Classified Section. rhcrc you will (ind many people who want to become your customer or buyer The IIJIM) circulation of The Dally Courier covers a targe area and your advertisement will be rend by many people who are looking for Just the things you have for sale NOTE: AH classified ads are payable In advance You will find our rates in the above Classified Heading. Farm Equipment 55-A FERTILIZER SEEDS FIELD AND GARDEN! FARM IMPLEMENTS! BABY CHICKS' LOVCKS HARDWARE STORE. 116 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 135. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate FOR SALE.'--FOR SALE) SMALL AND LARGE HOUSES--Located in ConnellsvHle, Scottdale. Everson. Mt. Pleasant nnd rural t-octinns of Faette Co»nt Sold on small down payment?, bn'ance on monthly Installments, 5 to 13 ears to pay Only 5 r0 interc-st, no finance charge If micresslrd kindly write, phone or c.i.'( in person FAVETTE REALTY COMPANY, 405 SECOND NATL BANK BLDG T D GARDNER, MGR PHONE 1375 CONNELLSVILLE. PA Hoases for Salo KOP SALE! SOUTH SIDE PROPERTIES-- TV o six roam holies In good condition Price reasonable CORNIER-- Fayette and McComiick Avenue. One, six -room houre WM P McNULTY EAGLES UL'ILDING. PHONE 1760. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 FULL BLOODED--Berkshire seed hog lor service. Chas. R. Felgar, at the Bailey Farm, R. D. 2. E. Conncllbvillc. (Bcll- view). Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R. Laughlin--INSURANCE See me for rates 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520. Moving, Tracking-, Storage 25 FOR SALE--Team oE farm horscb, live years old. C. A. Kennedy. located between Lelsenrlng No. 1 and Vanderbllt Poultry, and Supplies 49 BABY CHICKS--ALL BREEDS--Purina Startcna. Keystone Feed Store. 110 \Vest Apple Street. Phone 107. Fuel. Feed. Fertilizers 56 GOOD LUMPV -- Run ot mlno coal. !00 bn . flc; 50 bu . Oc; 25 bu.. 12c delivered. C.ish Phone* 2037, Frank KobaliJ. GENUINE--Washtnston Run Conl Low price Wm Dun Son. Phone 107 or call Dawsor.. 3151 and 3031. JUNIATA COAL--I2c bushel, eafh. delivered, 25 bush-1 orders. al-o delivered Robert Wekh. Phone 4121-R-12 S3 Household FOB MOVING PHONE SO. GULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE I" Modern Storage For Household Goods, j MOVING--At reasonable rates. All sooda ', Insured. Will byy furniture. Call 183, Miller Transfer, 133 E. Crawford Ave. Merchandise Articles for Sale FOR SALE! LIVING ROOM--And dining room suits, davenports, dressers, couches ontl beds. Coal and gas ranges, al'-o flood desks and typewriters. Special, one child 5 liirgo pla\ pen. DULL'S STORAGE 122 E. PEACH ST. PHONE 50 1'IUCE RED UCED TO S1.4(X-- O n this property, located at 216 Huston Avenue. Six room frame hou-e. Immediate po-i- fession. Srr it today Inquire Paul Wagoner. 1009 West Crawford avenue. Phone 148 FOR SALE-- Seven room house, bath, heater. 2 Rar.TRe°;. 4 acre"- of Jand. Poplar Grove. Price $3.."(rO. Inquire Robert Karris Phone 505 FOR SALE--Six room modern r-ru.f excellent condition. Located on Race Street A homy that v.111 satisfy. Inquire Robert Nornn. Phone 505, FOR SALE--Five room hou^c with liC'it located Itt Vanderbllt 5700 Inquire Robert JCorrK. Phone 505 Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 t£T US GIVE YOU AN £ S T J M A T E / ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Hand Bills!-- Btndingi--Calling Cards] Bill Heads!---Letter Heads! For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cardsl No Trespassing Signa PQC Salel All Work Fully Guaranteed! AU At Reasonable Hatest COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65 DAILY COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE: RESIDENCE, sv. PHONE 12 or 13 Cor on Ad-taker. SEE MEUV;S FUR-VITUnE COMPANY-FOR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND STOVES OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. BAKED PAPER MATS~FOR SALE-Used ' NORT " TMTMTMTM **· TM°TM =^ Courier mats that arc excellent for , LIVING ROOM SUITE--Rug. Mrs. A. J. lining the inside of your garage, bam. , ccortjc. 126'. X. Pfih. St White Front chicken coop or outbuildings of any { Apt Inquire after fi.30 P. M. kind Selling at Ic each. Inquire at I The Courier Office. j Musical Merchandise 62 FOR SALE--30,000 hard brick. SO 00 per j p]ANO FOR SALE--Upright piano in David Wcrtheimer, Sr. Phone Bui!din55, Building Materials 53 WE CAHRY--A complete line of lime for all purposes. Stone Work. Phone 1700. Business and Office Equipment 54 good condition Reasonably priced. Call at NUand's. 402 Highland Ave, City. * Wanted--To Buy 66 FOR SALE--Woodstock typewriter, guaranteed in A-Z condition, special, $21 95 [ New Royal typewriters and now Corona adding machines sold on easy-payment plan. Kestner's Book Store, 325 West Apple Street. EXTRAVAGANCE and classified reading cannot exist together. THERE IS a friendly spirit in The Courier Classificc Department which TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 10 17 37 3-S IS- 33 27 3-20 ACROSS ~ - j--Goddess of 22--Pertaining dawn. - - to jfestiyi- 4--Exclama- ties - tlon^of dls- 23--Indigo" * plant 26--Margin 16 t--Narrow inlet 10--Sleeveless ... garment of Wlth " le hair cloth 29--Shower 11--Manufacturing city in Pennsylvania 12--Bursting 14--Within 15- -Mrs. (German form) 17--AJI absorbing pursuit 41--Still 21--By the 42--Sleeping way of place DOWN I--Ground 6--A witch 2--Kind of sor- 7--Smallest of the United States (abfar.) 8--Freshwater porpoise 27--Covered 32--Symbol for silver 33--Independent country in Europe 37--Surrender 39--Feathered neckpiece 40--Self 24--Chinese measure 25--A pair 28--Wood nymph 30--Excited 31--A fop 33--Exclama* of the Sun- lion of in da group quiry 20--One of the 3-1--Snare Carohne islands 13--Capital of Ireland 15--Penalizing 16--A marsh- haunting wading bird IS--Biblical name 10--An island 21--Large cistern 35--Warp-yara 36--A small deer 38--A denial Answer to previous puzzle eery of the West Indies 3--Polish river 4--Canton in Switzerland S--Vulgar form of 9--The lamb as a Christian emblem D A DlP H N N E ID w Copyright, 1939, K-og Futuiei iyndtcau. lac WANTED IMMEDIATELY-Nice, clean, big white rags We \vill pay you 5c per pound, CASH . . . for all you bring in. Mason Motor Company, 127 West Apple Street. Phone 105. WANTED TO BUY--Antique bureaus. Mant top desks, etc. Also glassware over 50 jcars old. Abraham Watson, SmUhfield. Pa. SAVE YOUR BIG WTUTE RAGS! THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE CASH FOR ALL. THAT YOU BRING PER POUND. Rooms and Board Rooms (or Housekeeping 69 TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS--For light housekeeping. Al^o a sleeping room. 124 W. Apple Street. Lots for Sale FOR SALE--2 lotb. 40x150 It , East Scottdale. Price SI5000 each. Owner. EUn Emilh. See Joe Grogan. East ScoUdale. Pa. Auctions--Lega Is Auctioneers. Auction Sales 90 will be hold PUBLIC SALE--A public sal Thursday, March C3rtl, 12'30, one mile west o£ Mt. Pels Bant, on Route 31, consisting of live v.ock, farm machinery, etc. W. A Brcmn, Auctioneer. A. S Eertf, Owner. Legal N'oticcs. 91 .NOTICE TO BIDDERS. THE SCHOOL, DISTRICT OF THE CITY of Connelly Uic %\i1! receive scaled bid-i for re- wiring and rc-lichtinc of the Connellsville Hlfih School, said bids to be in the oJllce of the school district oE the City of Connellsville by five o'clock P. M., Monday, April 3. 1939. Copies of specifications may be obtained in the office of the school district in the High School Building Bidi. arc to be opened by the Board of School Directors at a meeting April 3, 1939. at 7:30 o'clock P M , or a* soon thereafter ns the Board's attention can be hud The Board reserves the nsht to reject any or all bids tnar-21-28-apr-3. Carmel Caller, Secretary. Mill Run MILL, RUN, Mar. 21.-- Mr. and Mrs. Frsd Eberharter and children of Scottdale visited Mr. and Mrs. David Marietta Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Tissue and children oE Connellsville visited Mrs. Tissue's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shobert. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Chanr.ing ol Normalville visited the former's uncle ond aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Detling Sunday. Robert Stickel or Unionlown visited his parenti, Mr. and Mis. Milton Stickel Sunday. CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE j WHILE JIM waa entertain.ng i .he party with his cowboy songs, Lona stayed beside Dinah, content Lo look on rather than to bo part of the fun. She and Dinah were whispering together, smiling at the antics of Bobby Graves and the Jones boy, when the delinquent Pinky Malone appeared. Pinky was a short, fat young man with a neck tbat fell in folds over his collar, and a girl's complexion--probably the origin of his nickname. He slruck an attitude at the sight of Jim lolling on the piano bench and strode across the room v-ilh a scowl, bringing his light brows almost together. "Ha! A rival!" -he complained, and men Uic humor died from lus e cs and gave way Lo a puzzled look as Jim was introduced. 'Haven't I seen you before?" lie asked, anc! a general laugh went up. "You're supposed to use that one on his wife," Alice Uavia told him. "Come on over here and tell Lona you've pccn her somewhere before." She dragged him over to Lena's chair, leaning her tall bulk on his chubby shoulder ludicrously. "I meant what I said of your husband," he told Lona when he had greeted her. He was evidently still mulling something over in his imrul, and pausing beside her his eyes went buck to Jim spcculative- ly. "There ia something familiar- wait a minute I I've got it! Where does your husband work?" "On the new bridge," Lona told him. "We've only been in town a fc\v days. Perhaps yoifve seer, him--" "He's a structural iron worker?" "Yes. But why?" Lona Blared at him curiously. Across the room the rest of them were pressing Jim for more songs, nnd Pinky leaned toward her ar.d lowered his voice, "There was a fellow showed me picture of him today," he said, "A picture'." "Yes. It was cut from a newspaper, No writing or nothing beneath it, just a picture. Has he figured in the news lately?" "No." An icy hand clutched, al Lor.a's heart, as she recalled thos damning headlines of--was it only D. week ago? She couldn't have those people finding- out about her It would be too cruel, "It must have been someone who looked like Mm," he offered. "A man came into the store-I'm in the clothing business on Mam street, you k.now. He saic he was looking for a fellow. He'c clipped his picture out of a paper and he showed it to me. I couk swear it ivas Mr. Benr.ett ove. there." He was staring at Jim again. "He Edid the man he was hunt ing was liable to be working as an iron \\orker," he went on. It 1 : certainly a--coincidence." "I'll have to tell Jim he has a double." Lona tried to pass it off lightly. But beneath her smile he mind \vas in a turmoil. A report er'. He had followed them here. A udden weariness came over her a t i he thought. Just when she was _ inn ing; to live again. It wasn't air) It wasn't just. It was perse,- iution. ' She wanted all at once to escape rom thft laughing crowd she had ^njoyecl so much only a few minutes ago 1 . But, conscious o£ Pmky's nquiring- eyes still on her, she had .o smile and play up. Jim had left tiic piano now and they were calling for Pinky. Strutting importantly, he sat down and began grinding out a dance unc. Couples began circling the floor, and Jim came to her and claimed her with quiet happiness n his smile. She smiled back at him as they danced together, resolving to tell him nothing of her new fears. He seemed so contented, she didn't have the heart to upset him. She'd wait until tomorrow, she decided, and after he'd gone to work she'd ;o down town herself and hunt out :h£s reporter if he was still hanging around. She'd appeal to him and tell him her story. Surely he'd kind to her. She'd make him see, somehow, that she was entitled to icr privacy now, that she had suffered enough. · * * 'Have a good time last night?" Jim asked her, as he kissed her goodby beside the breakfast table next morning, "You seem sort of quiet." "I'm tired," she laughed. "Guess I can't take it. I'm not used to parties, you know." "We'll have that gang over here some time soon. Would you like that?" "Oh, could we, Jim? I'd love it!" She brightened. "Of course we can. What's home for if not for parties?" He indicated the three cozy rooms with a sweep of his arm, then laughed .self-consciously. "Home! Sounds sort of--funny, doesn't it? For you and me, I mean." . "It sounds grand," Lona told him, as she kissed him again, anc started him for the door. "You'll be late," she chided with, sucli an anxious frown that he laughed anc came back to kiss her for the thirc time. When he had gone she sat for a moment at the disordered table She must get down town early, she thought, wearily, before that reporter had a chance to get to Jim at the bridge. He'd probably'wait for him at lunch time. Swiftly she began cleaning up the kitchen, and putting the tinj apartment in order for the day When she had finished, she dressec herself in her wedding gown again, and arranged her hair carefully. She must make a good impression. So much depended upon it! It was only nine o'clock when she turned the key in the hall door and slipped it into her purse. Sh. walked softly, so as not to disturb Dinah, but the girl was air-cad; ensconced in her chair at the liv ing- room windows. "Going out?" she called In her melodious Voice, and Lona tossed her a casual, "Only down town, shoppmg." She hurried on without going: into the room to chat with, her. Somehow, she didn't want to talk, even to Dinah. Downtown she found Pinky Malone arranges 1 a display of cravats in the front room of his cloth- ng store m readiness for the day's trade. She hated to call his attention to the stranger she wanted to meet by asking about him again, but she had no other way. Pinky stared at her when, she old him what she wanted. "Funnyj' :hing, that," he observed. "Tha more I think about it, the more I'm sure it was Mr. Bennett in that 1 picture. Do you suppose that guy could be a--a detective, or something like that?" "A detective !'* Lona laughed. 'Of course not. He's probably some friend of ours from back in the city. Jim c rather careless about caving a forwarding address. He seems to think his friends should' be able to find him by instinct! every time he moves. I'm afraid .t's somebody we know and should see. That's why I'd like to know, now to get in touch with him." Her words came rushing out, somehow.' "You don't suppose he's left town, 1 do you?" "He said yesterday he was going] over to the hotel." Pinky was still' eyeing her thoughtfully. "He may! still be there." "The hotel. Thank yen: so much.; I'll go straight over and try to' raise him." He insisted upon ushering her, ceremoniously to the door and she! could feel his eyes on her curiously! as she crossed through the Maim street traffic to the hotel entrance] on the other side of the street.] Conscious that she was being- measured, she tried to walk jauntily, but her knees felt wobbly. In.' the last few weeks she had learned such a dread of reporters. It seemed odd to be walking up to one voluntarily. There was a stranger by the name of Jack Price registered in Room SOS. So the slow-voiced clerk told her. Yes, he had como in yesterday. Was he in now, Lona heard herself asking, her heart beating fast. He was sleeping, the clerk informed her, looking down, his nose at her. as if he disapproved ot young women who inquired after men guests. He had left orders not to be called until ten-thirty. Feeling like a criminal with, a reprieve, Lona went out into the street again, prepared to spend the next hour window shopping. By the time the quaint town, town clock had pealed out two of its half-hourly warnings, she had calmed down a little. In this slow- moving, friendly town it wouldn't be possible to be really unhappy, she felt, with a sudden glow of confidence. Even a persistent reporter ceased to be a menace. When she went back to the hotel her step was quicker, more assured. (To Be Continued) Juniors Boosters Hear Prominent Speakers Here Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 BEECH STREET, WEST SIDE. llBVi-- Five room modern apartment with bath and hot water heat. Possession, April 1st. Reasonable rent Inquire. Schneider's Meat Market. W. Cnmford Avenue or Phone 362. FOUR ROOM APARTMENT--First floor, pnvnte bath, all conveniences. 132 E Fnirvicw Ave. Business Places for Rent 75 REAR, 122. EAST PEACH STREET-Boom, 4DXCO for rent with refrigerator equipment Idea! place for beer dia* trsbutor or EaraBe. Inquire. DuU's StoroKt, 122 East Peach Street. Phone 50. Real Estate for Sale Brokers ID Real Estate SAY YOU. MR. RENTER--You can't wish for that home . but you can buy now for less thnn you will iater on. Let us tell you what we nave. Terms! PETER R. WEIMER. W'EIMEU ARCADE. PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OH REOT! T C PHA-L.IN SO COKNELLSVILLE PA PHONE 075 GET GOOD MONEY for your extra household goods. Put them on view thiough a Classified Ad Phone 12 or 13 for an ad-takcr OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is as near as your phone Just call 12 or 13 and your needs will soon be met withojt any further trouble on your part- PHONE 12 or 13 for MO Ad-faker. Mrs. David Bigam and daughter, Mrs. Charles Rowan. Mrs. George Colborn, Raymond Shearer, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Johnson, Kiss Dwr»lln Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. WUIinm Jacobs, Alex Hart, Olio Ar/Jncher nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Marietta and ton, Frnne.s, arm daughters, Florence and Jeannetlc, were choppers in ConneiJsviJIc Saturday. Reid Prinkcy, Jacob Cole, Forest Herwiek, Charles Colu, Chnrjcs Marietta attended the soul Invest booster mooting of the J u n i o r Order Friday evening in ConnelJbvllh*. Mrs. Charles Dahl, Mrs. Keainy Ilenscl and Mrs. Ewlyrt Abbey wore shoppers in Conneilsville Thursday. Mrs. Irwin Mountain and Miss DeIJa Henry were shoppers in Connellsville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Skmnor visited the la tier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Skinner over the wMc-cml. Mr. and Mrs Herbert Wolfe of Kcntuck visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stiekcl visited their son-m-l;nv and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas, of Pittsburgh Thursday md Fndny. Mrs. Mildred Ebcrhartor and daughter, Virginia, of Connellsville SevenLeen councils were represent d at F'iday night's meeting o£ the Southwest Booster Club of Junior Order of United American. Mechanics, entertained by Magic Council in its lodge rooms in I. O. O. F. Hall in South Piltsburg street. President J. S. Angel of Fairchance, who was m charge of the meeting, appointed N. E. Murphy o£ Connellsville, J. H. Wcnsel, Frank Zncovic and William Crltz of Uniontown and C. E. Kcss of Merrittstown to serve as a committee on the preparations for the county-wide celebration of Americanization Day at Uniontown on May 1. There weie a number of prominent speakers. State Councilor C. Nevin Mears ot Pittsburgh spoke on "Americanism," Grand Lodge I Representative Harry S. Robinson of Belle Vernon talked on the principles and standing of the order. Rev. Paul E. Porath, pastor of the German Lutheran Church ard president of .the i Connellsvillc Ministerial Association, | gave an address on "Lack of a Balance Wheel." Rev. Fred L. Fink, pristor of the Perryopolis Christian Church, spoke on "The Home, Church, School and Country-" Musical selections were furnished by .Tune, Jack and Bobby Dahl, children of M". and Mrs. Charles B. Dahl. The social committee, under the direction o£ Robert A. Leichhter, King's Emissary served a lap lunch. Inques! Info Marietta Dealh Set for Thursday SOMERSET, Mar. 21.-- Coroner F. E. Sa.ss ot Somerset county said today that an inquest into the death lit C h n i l e s A. Marietta, 47, ot Wmd- ber, foi merly ot Connellsville, will be held at 1:30 o'clock Thursday alternoon. Mnrictta Wds fatally injured at 7 o'clock Saturday nishl when ho allegedly stepped inio the p.ilh of ci car s.iid to have born driven by Herman H. Shatter o[ Horn er.sv Ilk 1 , R. O. 2, on Hillside avi-nuc. nl Wlmlurr. As Marietta stepped i n t o !hi Mroi'l, he was hit by I In- m;ht front I'mrler visited the former's parents, Mr. and I of the Shatter car nnd I h i m v n bond Mrs. L. G. Hawking over the week- fiist nRninst flu* r f r h t dnur of t h e end. Toby win? mother. NEW YORK, Mar. 21.--A six and three-quarter pound boy was boi n to Mrs. Dick (Toby Win") Merrill at a hospital here. Merrill. trans- Atlantic flier, received the new.s by telephone and an hour later took off on his run to Miami. machine. The l u i n U l f «l Uic struck M . i i i i - t t ' i tin iiiD in' I N ' he,icl and loic till 1 tin- lop "f t i n - t-ltnll. The man was dead \vhi n luken to the be lircm.ui John 7,.ihi t i .ky. \\ hu w.is \n!h M i i r i f l l a al t h e t i m e . MllliTcd n lacTra'lon nl tin- r i M ' i t h.ind .md \\rts treated at the hospital. Lieutenant Colonel Maurice Alexander, member of Parliament, is pictured arriving: at New York from London, enroute to Washington. He is said to be in U. S. to make arrangements for forthcoming; visit of the King nnd Queen of England. Caruso Soitbail Players Will Meet Thursday Evening The Caruso Softball Club oljling- view, 1938 champions of the~Fay- West Mushball League, will hold a special meeting in the Kingview Hecreation Center at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening. All of last year's players are asked to attend. At the same time any merchant or any others in and about Scottdale who are considering sponsoring a mushball team this summer are asked to attend. The following, managed by Johnnie Geyer, were members of last year's ' championship team: Tony Cupitelli, Angelo Ross, Tony Hoss, Bob Cowan, Jake Patrick, Vince Patrick, Sam Faith, Joe Wall, M. DeSantis, Guy DeSantis, John Wari-ick, Jim Geyer, John DeSantis and Sam Ross. Attend Firemen's Meeting. Fire Chief William E. DeBolt, Jack McWilliams, H. F. Atkins, William Haley and Harry O. Bowers were among local firemen who attended Saturday night's meeting of the board of control of the Western Pennsylvania Firemen's Association at New Kensington. SALLY'S SALLIES RcC"i"«) U . Piurt O: The girl who tells a man he isn't the only fish in the . sea should remember she isn't the only bait

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