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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 193S. THr. DATLY COURIER, CONNET^SVTLLE. PA. PAGE SEVENTEEN. Sheriff's Sales The following described property will be exposed by Thomas K. Aubrey, Sheriff ol Fayette County. Pa , on APRIL S, 1930, at 10 O'clock A. M. At the Court House In Unlontown, by virtue o f - t h e below stated writs. Issued out of the Court of Common Picas of Tayctte County, Pennsylvania. Eustace H. Bane, Attorney. No. 10 March Term. 1939. E. D. National Bank of Fayette County, a National Banking Association, now in the hands of E. S. Tyler, Receiver, vs. Presley B. Dixson and Daisy H. DIxson. his wife, Fi. Fa, Sur Judgment No. 26 Marcn Term. 1939. All the right, title and Interest ol the defendants in end to the following described property: title and Interest in and to a certain adjacent or other tracts and to convey agreement between the Unlontown Coun- materials. try Club and the said Presley B. D.xso and William C. Dixson. dated Kay 1924, and recorded in said Fayette Counj- ty in Agreement Book 47. Page 419. Excepting and reserving from Being the same property conveyed to three tracts of land, and their exceptions and reservations, aU the nine ioot vein of coal and all the minerals under said vein of coal, together with the mining rights and privileges set forth in a A. A. McDowell by deed of Andrew Barron, et al.. dated October 31st, 1923 and of record in the Recorder's Office o£ sai'd ] Fayette County, Pennsylvania, in Deed Book. Vo'.. 439, Page 139; and being the same property designated as Tract Second conveyed by Alexander A. McDowell and Ar.nte McDowell, his wife, to Marie Dunn, wife of Roy E. Dunn, by beginning at Fayette Street immediately I Westward o£ the property herein above- described and extending 10 feet in width. along the Western line of said property Soutr 23 degrees 9 minutes West, 142 47 feet, thence; extending 12 feet in width along the Southwestern line of property hereinabove described and property heretofore conveyed to Lloyd H. Humbert, ant, in and to the following described property: All those two adojinir.g pieces, parcels or tracts of land situate In Worth Union Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, bcirg more particularly bounded ar.d described as follows: First: Beginning at a point oC inter- Term. 1339. All the right, title ar.d interest of the defendant, Frank Sunto, in and to all that certain lot of land situate in tne Sixth Ward of the City of Uniontown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: ·eginning at lot now or formerly of i South 14 degree feet; and thence section of Mount Braddock Road with the ( Hankins and Hogsett on the North side 4 minutes East 93.72 Connellsville and Uniontown Road; extending teel j thence in the middle of saJd first men- deed from Louisa Nixon to Jasper M. ' deed dated April 23, :D29. and of record Thompson and John K. Ewing, dated February 10, 18: and recorded in said Fayette County in Deed Book Vol. 43, at Page 406. Seized and taken In execution as the property of the defendants, Presley B. Dixson and Daisy H. Dixson, his wife, at the suit of the plaintiff, E. S. Tyler. Received of the National Bank of Fayette County, Donald M. Higbee, Attorney, No. 67 December Term. 1938. E. D. Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation vs. Joseph Leonard and Etta Leonard, his All those" three adjoining certain tracts ! wife. erf land, situate in South Union Town- Fi. Fa. Sur Judgment No. 470 Decenv ship, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: Tract No. 1--Beginning at a point in the road leading from Hatfield School House to Unlontown and known as Derrick Koad, thence in said road North eight degrees thirty minutes East, five hundred thirty-four and seventy-five hundrcdths (N, 8 degrees 30 minutes E. 534.75 ft.) feet to a point, corner with other lands of the grantors; thence -with other lands of the grantor North seventy- nine degrees fifty-two minutes West, three hundred sixty-four and fifty-two hundredths (N. 79 degrees 52 minutes W. 364.52 ft.) feet to a stake; thence with same North eight degrees thirty-two minutes East, one hundred and fifty ((N. 8 decrees 32 minutes E. 150 ft.) feet to a stake In line of land of R. Porter Craig's heirs: thence with said Craig land "North seventy-nine degrees fifty-two minutes ber Term. 1938. AH the rJ£ht, title, interest, property, claim and demand of the defendants, Joseph Leonard and Etta Leonard, his wife. In and to: All those two certain contiguous tracts of land forming one tract, and situate in Henry Clay Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: First:--Beginning at a hickory, comer with land now or formerly of Charles Tishue; thence along land of Charles Tissue, North 85 1-2 degrees West 131.5 perches to a white oak thence by the same. North 6 degrees West 32 perches to stone: thenec along lands now or iormerly of Matthias McCUntock, West 50 perches to stones; thence along land now or formerly of Clark Flanigan, South 30 degrees East 100 perches to a post; thence along same, South 15 degrees East in the Recorder's Office of Fayette County. Pennsylvania, in Deed Book Vol. 495, Page 343; and being the same property designated as Traci Second conveyed by Marie Dunn and Roy E Dunn, her J"us- band, to Annie McDowell, by deed dated April 23, 1929, and recorded In the Recorder's Office of Fayette County, in Deed Book Vol. 495, Page 344. There it erected on said premises two-story, six-room frame house small outbuilding Seized and taken in execution as the property of the defendant, A. A. McDowell, with notice to Annie McDowell, Terre Tenant, at the suit of the PJalntifT. E. S. Tyler, Receiver of The National Bank of Fayctte County. width along the Western line of said j ticned road by land of Jacob Rusek, property heretofore conveyed to Lloyd ' South 6D degrees East, 141883 feet to a ' H. Hurrbert and property conveyed to D A. Griffith, ot al., South 17 degrees 5G miratet West 0045 feet to Duribar Street, the said alley a.ons the three last men-i tloned courses being bounded on Itsj Western and Southwestern side*, by property heretofore conveyed to Hagan, Inc.J White Line Transfer Taxicab Corn| pany: together with all the right, U U e and Interest of the defendants m and to the 112463 feet to the place oE beginning, point; thence by land of Charles Holland, South 41 degrees 5S minutes West, II662S feet to a point; thence by other lands o£ the grantors, being the second tract hereinafter described, North 11 degrees 4 of Church Street and thence with said lot, North 3 degree and 09 minutes West, 87 2 feet to corner of lot lately owned by Alexander D u ing; and thence with said Ewing lot, South 89 degrees and 31 minutes East, 482 feet to an alley; and thence with said alley , South S degrees and 15 minutes West, 86 feet to Church Street; and thence with said street, South Shelby. Ray Coldren, Attorneys. No. 13 March Term. 1939, E. D J. D. Clarke Lumber Company, a Pennsylvania Corporation, vs, John R. KelJard and i said alley, subject to the rights of way for pipe lines and rights of way across the same, as heretofore granted by deed of record. Excepting and reserving the coal under said alley and mlnirg r.chts. There is included herein the side track connected with the Southwest Pennsylvania Railway new built over and upon the said above described lot o' ground, toge'-her with the rights to the use of that part of sold side track which is situ- and Alice E. Kcllard. his wife ated on the property heretofore conveyed to said Lloyd H Humbert as reserved in j rights and privileges as conveyed by Fi. Fa. Sur Judgment N'o. 21 March ' dccd *-° nlm - datcd October 11, 1923. and ( Robert Hocsctt to William J. Ralncy by Term, 1939 All tne right, title, claim and demand of John R. Kellard and Alice M. Kellard, his wife, the above mentioned defendants, All that certain lot of land situate In Springhill Township, Fayctte County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as Beginning at a cross on stone in the of record in the Recorder's Office ci Fay- j deed dated Ftbruary 20, 1803, recorded ' in the Recorder's Office of Fayette County In Deed Boole Vol. 118. Page 433. Excepting and reserving, also, there- out and therefrom, all of the five foot vein of coal, together with mining rights as are set forth in the deed of Peter J. Cuyaux and wife to Wilmer H. Wilkey, etta County, Pennsylvania, in Deed Book Vol. 441. Page 493. Befng the same; premises conveyed to Raymond A Blair. M. E. Me inert and Joseph K Oglcvt-e. Trustees, by deed oi George Orville Rush, et us . dated October 11, 1933 and o£ record In the Re- Mercantile Expert I Speaks at Industrial Stores Board Meeting UHIONTOWN, Mar. 24.--Interesting addresses on merchandising and general conditions featured a dinner Tuesday night in the Lucky Scar Inn of the tri-county session of the National Industrial Stores Association. _ __ o _ t ^ More than 100 from several counties minutes West, 987 D6 feet to a stake In j 37 degrees, and 43 minutes West, 38.7 feet in Pennsylvania and from West VlT- the hedge, side of said Connellsville and to the place of beginning, containing 3762 ginia were present. Union town Road; thence by side of_said square feet, upon which is erected a two- Q ^y g u }i ev O f Washington nationally known business lecturer and outstanding mercantile expert, made the principal address. Hull Bronsoa, also of Washington and executive secretary of the association gave a brief talk on legislation and NISA activities. A. P. Lochra, of the Newcomer Supply Company, president of the tri-county organization, presided. A new group of members from the Buxtow and Landstreet Company of Coketown, W. Va., were present. Representatives came from the Union Supply, J. H. Hillman, Jones and Laughlin and W. J. Rainey companies. road North 20 degrees 15 minutes East, containing 30.489 acres, as per survey of Fayctte Engineering Company dated August 15, 1922. Together with the right to lay * pipe line across other lands now or formerly o£ Vv'tlmer H. Wilhcy and across the tract sold to Charles Holland by Wilmer H. Wilkey to the pipe line of the Trotter Water Company. Excepting and reserving, thereout and therefrom all of the nir.e foot of Connellsville coking coal, together with the | story brick garage building, Together with the use of the private alley between the lot and the stone stable and also the alley reserved in the deed to William Thomdell from the Northwest comer of said stone stable to South Street Being the same premises conveyed to Frank Santo by deed of Charles W. Springer et ux., dated Febrjary 14, 1921, and of record in the Recorder's Office of Fayette County, Pennsylvania in Deed Book Vol. 404. Page 119. Seised and taken in execution as the mining rights and privileges, and other property of Frank Santo, defendant, at of Union town, a Corpora Uon, plaintiff. CONDITIONS OF SAIX, Ten per cent of the purchase price, or a sufficient amount to pay all costs if the ten per cent Is not enough for that purpose, must be paid to the Sheriff at the time the property is struck off, and the balance of the purchase money before corder's Office aforesaid In Deed Book I dated February 4, 1916. and recorded In j twelve o'clock noon of the fou-th day VoL 51S - pa se 342. The said Trustees hold [ the Recorder's Office of Fayctte County , thereafter Otherwise the property may · . . State Authority Activity. HARRISBURG, Mar 24.--General State Authority employes have worked a total of 14,488,586 hours West, twelve hundred ninety-one and I 56 Parches to a post at road: thence along described real estate in Deed Boo/: Vol. 352, Page forty hundredths (N. 70 degrees 52 minutes W. 1291.40 ft.l feet to a post: thence with land of Albert R. Craig. Henry Korhman and Harry Vowler South thirty- nine degrees fifty-six minutes East, twelve hundred. ninety-six and twenty- two hundredths (S. 39 degrees 5G minutes E. 1236.22 It.) feet to an Iron rail: thence with line of Ulysses Jeffries North seven degrees forty-eight minutes East, one hundred forty-one and nine tenths (N. 7 degrees 48 minutes E. 141 9 ft.) feet to an iron rail; thence with land of said Jeffries and Thomas Grler's heirs South eighty said road and land of Andrew McNear, South 74 degrees East 64 perches to stones; thence along land of Samuel Me- Near, North 2 1-2 degrees West 8 perches to stones; thence along land of same, North 5D degrees East 40 5 perches to a post; thence along land of same. North fi degrees East 32 perches to a post: thence along land of same, Norih 76 degrees East 355 perches to a post; thence along land now or formerly of Isaac Hall, North 6 degrees West 16 perches to stones; thence along land of same, North 23 degrees West 27 perches to * hickory. degrees twenty-three minutes East, six tne P* ace of beginning, containing 85 survey made by James M. i by Cubbagc, Engr., May 20. 1926; thence along Mid ', Hary Mays line South nine degrees forty minutes thirty seconds West (S. 9 degrees 40 minutes 30 seconds W j , seventy-five and fifty hundredths (75.30) lect to point; thence by land of Lloyd Stevenson North seventy*three degrees forty - tuo r-.inutcs West (N 73 degrees 42 minutes W), two hundred ninety-four and seventy-six hundredths (294.7S) it«t to a point; thence by same at rifiht ar.clex to last line North sixteen degrees terr.ber 14, 1333, by and between D. W , to be recorded. Smiley snd buch other persons a* n-ay [ Second- Beginning at t point on the become parties thereto, as partici of the j East side ol the Union town and Con- first part, ar.d taid Trusties, as oi the accord part. The rcrnair.inc defendant*, namely. Harry E Hackney. WUl'an M Donahey and Coerce C Bro-An. v.ere subsequently appointed Trustees under ssM uu'st a^rccmcn! Sc.zid ant* tahtr; In ci.cut.or. as thr propi-rt;- of the clt.fi.r.iant rf at the suit of usu plair.t .'T nellsville Road, a comer with other lands same. Should the bidder fail to comply ·with the conditions of sale, the money deposited by him at the time the property is struck off shall be forfeited and of the crantors. thenct along the East | app i le d to the costs and Judgments. side ot saict road the following three i All pa y mc nts must be rrade in cash or cou-ics and distances: North 21 decrees ' _ . 39 Tiintilet East. 32370 feet; North 21 de- ,--res 30 1-2 minutes £a*t, 56308 feet: North 21 deeiecs 27 minutes East. 478 17 feet to sr. Iron pin. a corner oi the first · i by certified chock Return of sales will be made in open Court on t^e third Tuesday, following the ' ! ' hundred eighty-seven and two hundredths (S ,80 degrees 23 minutes E. 687.02 it.) feet to the place of beginning, containing eighteen and eighty-three hundredths (18.B3 A.) acres, as per survey of H. B. Cans. C. E. made In January, 1923. Being the Fame property which was conveyed to the said Presley B. Dixson by William C. Dixson. by deed dated February 9. 1924, and recorded in said Fayette County In Deed Boole 451, Page acres strict measure, as per survey of A. S. Mitchell, surveyor, made March 21, 1877. Excepting and reserving out of and from the above described tract of land all that certain tract of land conveyed to Simond P Spitznagle by William Bowman, et ux, by deed dated November 10, 1903, and recorded in th« Recorder's Office of Fayette County. Pennsylvania, in Deed Book 226, pg. 16. s»Id conveyance 58 ~ " being for 7 1-2 acres of laid. Excepting and reserving thereout and j Second:-Be E lnnin B at a point it therefrom a lot 75 feet by 180 feet in county road; thence North 83 1-4 degrees size, and the proposed 50 foot street as Ea5t ^ perches to post; thence North described in a deed from the said Presley 74 lesrees East 355 perches to a post. teen minutes East (N" 16 decrees 18 rr.ir. utes S), seventy-five (75) fctt to a point on Southern line of Harry Stcve.-iion. which point is Souih seventy-three degrees forty-two minutes East (S 73 degrees 42 minutes E) one hundred ciirhty- five and eUhty-four hundredth* (IE5-MS feet tram an iron pin on dividing llr.c Dctwten Harry Stevcr.son and Llo d R Stevenson; thence along iaid Southern line of Harry Stevenson South tttvmty- j three degrees forty-two minutes £at: i (S 73 degrees 42 minutes 2) tv.o hundred i 0 , effihty-sJx and five hundredth! (2£50ij ' ^' r Jcet to cross on stone in the public road. the place of beginning; containing one half (1-2) acre Being the same prcrrisei convej cd to the said John R. Kellard and Alice :«T C C. Carter, Attorn». No 35 ^^,rc^. Term. :533, E D O. S. Vir.cu '. i CvoriTtf V K-nu Fl Fa S-,.r Judj-r.er,: Xo. 34, March Tt-rir., 1"C^ All lh« right title lr.t«rt£t a.-.d claiJr. of the dLfer.dint in ^nti to the iolJc'Atr.i; described real e?tatf' AM that crrtai" tract of *.a-fi Lif-atc in So-ih Union Ttjw~sh:p, F*\titc Cojr.'y, Bcjrir.r.ir.e; tt a poir.*. or. the West side Hop ^ood-ralrr-arcc Hoad at the *=: cornT o; larid fnr-r-r:* of Eir* SlsTirop* f.«-trs, n«v* 1^ C Patterson, thcnre alor.j th- line oi land of taid Fa',- ter'ori. Xor'.n 5G Cc/rer, £D rr!ruU"s v/cit ·1M Jeet to a poil In th* East- -n tide ol the ritfht-of-v. ay c; the Cetr.nci;svil!e ar.d tract herein abo% c described; thence b J first tract cboi-'e described and Charles I Holland. SQUh C9 degrees 51 minutes East. 125Q U ···'. to an iron pin, a corner of land o £ Cl* a rl« Holland, th.cnce by i land o'. Char'.es Holland. South « deprtrcs 31 mlnults East, 502 £3 feet to a point 3. l corner v-'ith land o! Chir'.cs Holland: , frcr.cc by land of W. J. Rainey South 44 dcrrccs 23 mltutes East. 293^2 feet to a staV-.c; thtncc Souih 40 decrees 17 rr.tnu- tf-s W*;' :S75'i lert to the Weitem rlRht- r.f-*^ay line ^f the Penr.syl'.'tnts R-iIIroad; -.hence by said rij;ht-o!-way line South ' 4 3 cu/-rc« 40 mlnuies Weftt. 112937 icvt · !· a roi-.t in the V/estcm riaht-ol-way line o! the Pennsylvania Railroad; thence by otr.er lar.d of the Kran'-ort. North W dc f ;-i:«s 23 1-2 minutes West. 3W2 03 feet 1 to IT,? place ot bciiirinlr.z. containing . 55-377 Bcr«r as per survey ci Fayctte Er.cir.ee:Ins Company dated Ju^y 5, 1923, stake In line of other lands of the grantors: thence along the said other lands of grantors North 8 degrees 32 minutes East 61.68 feet to a stake, comer of other lands of grantors: thence South EO degrees 23 minutes East 180 feet along other lands of the grantors to the Western line of the said Derrick Road; thence along said Derrick Head, South 8 degrees 32 minutes West 59.75 feet to the place of beginning. Said lot of land was conveyed by Presley B. Dixson, et us. to Hedwis Cook, by deed dated November 27, 1936, and of record In the Recorder's Office in Deed Book Vol. 524. Page 471. Also excepting and reserving thereout and therefrom all that certain lot or tract of land more particularly bounded and described as follows; Beginning at an iron pin located North eight degrees thirty minutes East, three hundred thirty-four and seventy-five hundredths -eet (N. 8 degrees 30 minutes perches to tha place of beginning, con- tain:ng 35 acres and 90 perches. The two above described tracts of lana form one tract and contain about 112 acres more or less, and upon which Jhere arc erected a frame house, frame barn, about 30 fruit trees all graded, all well ·watered by good springs and the larger part under cultivation. Being the same land which was conveyed to said Etta Leonard "by deed from Henry H Rodahaver, Executor, dated October 24. 1928. and recorded in the office for recording of deeds in aaid county in Deed Book 493, pg. 93. SeJzcd and taken In execution 1$ the property of Etta Leonard at the suit of Federal Farm ' Mortgage Corporation, a corporation. Samuel J. Feigus, Attorney, No. 17 March Term, 1039, E. D. Frank R. Mulac, now for the use of E. 334.75 ft.) from the line o£ land lor- - Josephine Mulac. Executrix of the Estate merly belonging to the heirs of Thomas 0 ; Frank R. Mulac, deceased, vs. Norman Greer. and North seventy-nine degrees , L i n t, a iw known as Norman N. Lint, fifty-two minutes West, twenty-five feet an d Ma e Li nti w jth notice to Eugene C. (N. 79 degrees 52 minutes W. 25 ft ^ from I Dunlap. terre tenant. ..^^ » ,i_.. .- *,-_ -w_i_i_ j , yj e r j Facj^j g ur Judgment No. 1921 June Term, 1927, revived at No. 634 June Term, 1932, and also revived at No. 468 September Term, 1937, All that lot or parcel of land lying on the West side of Market Street in the Village o£ East Liberty, Dunbar Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a corner lot of N. P. Smith's heirs on the West side of Market Street; thence North along said Market St. a distance of flfty-elght (5a feet to a corner of Jot of H. G. Fulmer; thence West along said Fulmer lot a distance of one hundred fifty-eight (15B) leet to an alley; Sherrard .- Shcrrard, Attorneys. Xo. 3 March Term. 1930. E D Home Owners' '-oan Corporation. Washington. District of Columbia, vs Paul Vlasis and Mary VJ.it!s. his wife, LabeUe. Luzcrne Township, Fayctte County, Penn- rlFht* drmar.ds ar.d castrnenta -ts the Cor.ru.!: will e and Uflld-tow-'n Hallways Co.. row the West Pcnn Rail«-as CO.-TT- pany. as are particularly set forth in t!; wrtair. deed from Absalom C. Fo'Jdi ux to tftc Connjltnliv ar.d Oniomowi JS, 5 ? f . H w 2 ^ IKO, and recorded In th- Recorder's ·without b«lr.3 required to provide or leave support for the overlying strata or surface, and without being liable for any injury to the same, or to anything thcre- " ' in or thrrton by reason Thereof, with all '"^ j reasonable privileges for ventilating, and draining the mine, and :p and maintain roads and one hundred twenty (120 feet to a fifteen foot alley, thence West along said alley. maining undivided one-naif interest 1 therein by deed of O. S, Vance et ux.. to the defendant herein, of record in the the center lino of the brick paved portion of Derrick Road, formerly known as Hatfield Road; thence with other property of the said Presley B. Dixson North seventy-nine degrees fifty-two minutes West, one hundred eighty feet (N. 13 degrees 52 minutes W. 180 ft.) to an iron pin; thence with same North eight degrees thirty-two minutes East, seventy- five feet N. 8 degrees 32 minutes E. 75 ft.) to an iron pin; thence alone line of lot of Raymond P. Hansel and wife, formerly lot of Presley B. Dixson, South seventy-nine decrees forty-two minutes East, one hundred eighty feet (S. 79 degrees 52 minutes E. 180 ft.) to an Iron pin located twenty-five (25) fe«t from the center of the brick paved portion of said Derrick Road; thence South along Western line of said road, eight degrees thirty-two minutes West, seventy-five feet CS. '8 degrees 32 minutes W. 75 ft.) to the place of beginning, containing thirteen thousand four hundred ninety-five square feet (13,495. sq. ft.) Said lot of land was conveyed by Presley B. Dixson, et ux, to John D. F 1 .inner. «t ux, by deed dated June Z, 11738, and of record in tho Recorders Office ta Deed Book Vol. 542. Page 432. There are no erections upon said lot or tract of land Tract No. 2--Beginning at stake on di- vldinff line between land of first party and A. R. Craig, two hundred fourteen and fifty-two hundredths (214.52) foot from point In Derrick Road, corner ot land of first party and said A. R. Craig; thence along other land of first party, South 8 degrees 32 minutes West one hundred fifty (150) feet to stake in line of land of first party; thence along said land oi first party North 79 degrees 52 minutes West, one hundred fifty (150) feet to stake: thence continuing along other land of first parry. North 8 degrees 32 minutes East, one hundred fifty (150) feet to stake in line of said A. R. Craig land; thence along said Craig land South 79 degrees 52 minutes E. one hundred fifty 150) feet to stoke, the place of bc- Xlnnlnc. containing 0 516 acres. Being the same property which was conveyed to the said Presley B, Dixson by William C. Dtxson. by deed dated April 17. 1924. and recorded In raid Fayette County Jn Deed Boo* 450, Pa£e 498. ' known as part of Lot No. 6 in the Plan There is erected upon said premises a two-story. 34-room frame* stucco dwelling, with Erage under sun porch. fX HI .' , ,r" ,£r/ * v 3* c defendant herein, of record in the SSith V C i S T y t { S « E e Recorder's Office aforesaid in Deed Book Southeast comer of Lot No. 53; thence l y o j 523 Pare 138 North along said Lot l*a. 58 for n distance , ^g ^divided one-hall interest In the of one hundred and twenty (120) feet to above descrifccd preml£CS devised by will ITmar-3t-frl e a t o THOMAS R. AUBREY. Director A. S. Janeway announced today. Quit State Positions. James Cottom of ITniontown, a policeman at 51,200 a year, and Isabelle Brown oi Brownsville, a clerk at SI,020 a year, have resigned from the State Department of Properties Sheriff. , Supplies positions. Held in Suitor's Death Csabclje Donovan, 18, is pictured with Vaughn Webb, 19-year-old CCQ worker, whom she is accused of killing after picking him up in her car. She drove to » hospital in Alilford, Del., with Webb's body, a. ballet through his heart. After three days of grilling, she was jailed at Georgetown, Del. (Cmtral Press) Explosive Spots in Europe the place of beginning. This conveyance is made subject to and excepting and reserving all the coal In all the veins and all gas and other minerals in and under Bald lota, together with the mining rights and privileges heretofore granted and conveyed. Being the same lots conveyed to Paul Vlasis by deed dated March 16. 192G, and recorded in Recorder's Office of Fayette County. Pennsylvania. Deed Book Vol. 597, Page 481. Upon which is erected one one and half five room dwelling house and one frame out house. Being the tame lots of ground that were conveyed to the Brownsville Construction Company, a thence South along saici alley fifty-eight I Corporation, by deed of Paul VlaEJs. psr (SB) feet to the first named lot of N. P. I Sheriff, dated October 25. 1927. and re- Smith's heirs; thence along said Smith lot East a distance of one hundred fifty. eight (153) feet to the place of beginning. Containing 9164 superficial feet. Having erected thereon a 1 1-2 story frame bungalow house and a frame garage shed. Being the same premises conveyed to Norman N. Lint by deed of Susanah Lint et vir., dated August 14, 1919, and recorded In the Recorder's Office of Fayette County, Pennsylvania, in Deed Book Vol. 390, Page 40, Seized end taken in execution as the property of Norman N. Lint, one of the defendants above named, at the suit of the use-plaintiff. corded in Deed Book 491. Page 58, of the Records of Fayette County, Pennsylvania. Being the same piece of property conveyed to Paul Vlasis and Mary Vlasls, his wife, by deed of the Brownsville Construction Company, a corporation, dated November 9. 1034. and to be recorded. Seized and taken in execution as the property of Paul Vlasis and Mary Vlasis. his wife, at the suit of Homo Owners' Loan Corporation, Washington, District of Columbia. Eustace H. Bane. Attorney. No. 12 March Term, 1559, E. D. The Merchants Miners State Bank, a corporation, now for the use or Fayette Title Trust Company, now merged and consolidated with the National Bank of Fayette County, now in the hands of E. S. Tyler, receiver, vs. A. A. McDowell, with notice to Annie McDowell, Terre Tenant, Fi. Fa. Sur Judgment No. 12 March Term. 1939. All the right, title and interest of the defendant. A. A. McDowell, with notice to Annie McDowell, Terre Tenant, in and to the following described property: All that certain lot of land, situate in the Fourth Ward of the City of Uniontown, formerly North Union Township, [ Fayette County, Pennsylvania, being of Lots laid out by John Collins, bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a point on Coolspring . Tract No, 3--Beaming at a point in said [ Street, one hundred thirty-five and Derrick Road, corner with land of said Presley B. Dixson, thence with the ' fourth (135 1-4) feet Westerly from the land North 79 degree* 52 minutes West 21452 feet to a stake; thence with snrre North ? degrees 32 minutes East 150 fret to * stake in line of land of R Porter Craitf'* heirs: thence with said Craig property and land of Charles M. Sturgls, South 79 degrees 52 minutes* East 214 52 feet to a point tn said Derrick Roati; j No. 5; thence in a Soutncrly direction i cite Street. South GG decrccb 51 ir.inutcs thence South 8 degrees so minutes We^t along line of ' " ~ " " ! - . - - 150 feet to the place of bratnning. intersection of said Coolspring Street and Austin Avenue; thence extending along said Coolspring Street In a Westerly di- rect.on, sixty (60) feet to a post; thence North fifteen (15) degrees West, one hundred thirty-five (103) feet, more or lets to an alley; thence EactwarcUy along said I East 142.47 feet to a point, comer oi Fay- alley, sixty (GO) feel to the line of Lot ! cite Street; thence by line of said Fay- in a Soutncrly direction said Lot No. 5. one hundred thirty-five (135 feet, more or *ots, Henderson, Parshall , Crow, Attorneys No. 16 March Term, 1939 A. D. O. C. Cluss Lumber Company, a Corporation, now ior the use of Frank Kitz- mlller. Trustee under the last will and testament of Edward A. Kitzrniller, deceased, vs. Raymond A. Blajr, Joseph K. Oglevee. Maurice E. Meicnrt, William M. Donahcy, Harry E. Hackney and George C. Brown, Trustees oi Uniontown Distill- ins Syndicate. Lev. Fa. Sur Judgment No. 450 June Term, 193$. All the right, title and interest of the defendants in and to all that certain piece or parcel of land situate in the Sixth Ward of the City of Uniontown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, being a part of the "Fayette Brewery Property." bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a' point, corner of Fayette Street and the Southwest Pennsylvania Railway Company, thence by line of said Railway Company. South 12 degrees 27 minutes East 70.4 feet; thence by line of same South 16 degrees 42 minutes East 13.55 feet; thence by same South 16 degrees 42 minutes Eas-t 73 feet to a point. corner of land of Lloyd H. Humbert; thence by line of said Humbert South 72 degrees 38 mlr.utes West 111 23 feet to a point, corner of a private alley; thence by line of said private alley the two following courses and distance North 14 degrees 4 minutes West 71 93 icet to a point; and thence North 23 degrees 9 minuiei. of the said Nicholson Wilson to his Widow Edna Marie Wilson, and vested In the defendant herein burvivir.K husband of the said Edna Marie Wilson Kur.tr, in accordance with the Intestate lav.s of this Commonwealth and the proceedings at above number and term in the Orphan's Court of said County, Is being sold subject to the Hen ol that certain Judgment entered of record in the Court of Common Picas of said County at No. 132 December Term, 1937. The ibove described premises are partly improved as and for a public burying ground, without having been used or occupied as such, save for a single mausoleum erected thereon. Seiied and taken in execution as the property of the defendant, George V. Kuntz, at the suit of the plaintiff, O. S. Vance. Eustace H. Bane, Attorney. No. 9 March Term. 1939. E. D. Wilmer H. Wilkey. now for the use of the National Bank of Fayctte County, now in the hands of E. S. Tyler, Receiver, vs. Charles L. Semans, with notice to Gladys E McAfee, terre tenant. Fl. Fa. Sur Judgment No. 25 March, Term, 1330. All the right, title and Interest of the defendant, Charles L. Semans, with notice to Gladys E. McAfee, Terre Ten- Pearl Matthews, dated July 14, 1928, and to be recorded. Reserving to the grantors the privilege of tapping at the nearest point, the water line now on the property hereby con- j veyed. for the purpose of supplying water tract, containing 17 acres, more or less, adjoining tract hereby conveyed and belonging to grantors. And being the same two lots or tracts of land conveyed by Charles L. Semans and Dorothy W. Semans, his wife, to William K. McAfee and Gladys E. McAfee, his wife, by deed dated December 1, 1D30, and recorded December 11, 1930, In the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in Deed Book Vol. 512. Page 119; and being the same two lota or tracts of land conveyed by William H. McAfee and Gladys E. McAfee, his wffe, to Gladys E. McAfee, by deed dated February 25, 1937, and recorded February 11. 1938, in the office o£ the Recorder of Deeds in Deed Book Vol. 542, Page 309. There are erected upon said premises a one-story frame building, operated as a filling station and night club, a large frame hanger and other small frame outbuildings. Seized and taken In execution as the property of the defendant, Charles L. Semans, with, notice to Gladys E. McAiee, Terre Tenant, at the suit of the plaintiff. E. S. Ty'.er, Receiver of The National Bank of Fayette County. Henderson, Parshall fie Crow, Attorneys. No. Jl, March Term, 1939, 2, D, The Second National Bank of Union town, a corporation, vs. Frank Santo. Fl. Fa. Sur Judgment No. 27 March Return of Memel (A) assured to Germany following Lithuania capitulation to Reich demands, leaves these eruptive points in a simmering Europe. Forty-two divisions of Germans were reported clustered in Moravia (B), Hungarians massed near northern Rumanian frontier (C), and Bulgarians near southern Rumanian frontier D). Shooting of a German in Brasov (E), Rumania, stirred apprehension of an mtcr- nationaj incident. Being th* same property which was to the place of bcginninc. conveyed to the said Presley B. Dixson l Excepting and reserving, thereout and -- ~" . . . therefrom all t h e nine foot vein o f Connellsville coal and the minerals underlying the tame, with the right to mine, extract, remove and dispose of the entire body of said coal and minerals, or any part thereof, without reservation, substitution or liability for damancfa. and with the rljftlt to construct all roadi in sa:d coal necessary to remove th« sstd coal and minerals 3rd to use the- wnd roais In conveying any coal and minerals irom and wife by William C. Dixson, by deed d*ted December 23, 1927, and recorded in SAid Fayctte County In Deed Book 4S5, Pa« 317. There is erected upon said premises a two-story, nine-room frame dwelling, with outbuilding. Also, the said Mortgagors (FrcjJey B. --." Dixson and Daisy H. Dixson, his wife), assign to the saJd Mortgagee (National of Fayctt* County), all their right. East 28 feet to the place of beginning, containing 14.GG3 square feet. Upon which is erected a rve-story brick building, formerly used as a brewery and remodeled lor use as a distillery, » one- story brick unloading building, three gram rccc'vmg and storage bins, and a , two-story brick building used as a itore room and apartment. ' Together with the Hcht to the use for sny and ^ purposes of ir.cruss and cgreis thereover of the private alley hcrein- inaftcr described, extending trom t"ay- ctte Street Southward and Southeastward through Dunbar Street, ^aid alit.y "I'm going to use Long Distance a lot oftener. That call to the factory didn'tcostnearlyas much as I expected and it certainly got things settled in a hurry!" Yes sir! Long Distance rates are low, especially after 7 every night and all day Sunday. You can make a 3-minute station-to-station call to someone 444 air-line miles away for only a dollar when the reduced night and Sunday rates are in effect. T H E S E L L T E L E P H O N E C O M P A N V O 7 P E N N S Y L V A N I A

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