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TEEN. THE DATLT COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1939. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quids Results 1 and 2 Times:' Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. 1ASSIF1ED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: A Per line, 7o cash; Sc charge. TM 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 Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card of Thanks TISSUE- 1 -! take this means of thanking my many friends and neighbors for the kind assistance, rendered us at the time "ol the burning of our bam. We are also very Rrateful for donations received. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tissue. Limestone Hill. Personals MEN OLD AT 40! -- Get pep. New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster Invigorators and other stimulants. One dose starts new pep. Value $1.00. Special price' 89c. Call, write Union Drug Co. Strayed, Lost. Found 10 LOST--Brown pigskin glove with suede trim. Finder please return to Courier Office. Automotive Automobiles Tor Sale DON'T READ THIS AD UNLESS YOU ARE INTERESTED IN A REAL GOOD BUY IN A USED CAP.l 1933 Ford V-B Tudor Sedan, for 1935 Dodge Coupe for . 1937 Ford Roadster, for 1931 Plymouth 4-door Sedan, for .. 1931 Chevrolet Coupe, for ..._ 1937 Ford Tudor Sedan, for 1929 DcSoto Roadster, for -1929 Ford Coupe, for _ 1934 Dodge Coupe, for 1932 Chevrolet Coach, for -1930 Dodge Coupe, for ALSO. MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS IN LATE MODEL USED CARSI Very Easy Terms Arranged! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. W. CRAWFORD AVENUE. PHONE 407. Open Evenings 1 Open Sundays! $95 .. ?225 S75 .... $40 .... S15 ... 5349 $35 .... $40 .. S239 .... $69 $75 TAKE A LOOK IS ALL WE ASK! Reconditioned Used Cars! 1937 Studcbaker 4-door Sedan with heater $575 1S37 Willys Deluxe 4-door Sedan with Heater $295 2936 Nash "8" 4-door Sedan, Radio and Heater $475 193S Lafayette 4-door Sedan with Heater $395 1935 Hudson "6" 4-door Sedan, Heater $295 1934 Plymouth Coach $195 1932 Chevrolet %-ton Panel Truck $75 Terms To Suit Buyer 1 CENTRAL SERVICE STATION. NASH SALES SERVICE. 807 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 291. VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CAHS. 321 SO. FITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. WE BOTH. LOSE MONEY -- IF YOD DON'T' SEE VANSCOY'S USED CARS. 239 E. CRAWFORD. PHONE 243. GET GOOD MONEY for your extra household goods. Put them on view through a Classified Ad. Phone 12 or for an ad-taket. Automotive Automobiles (or Sale 11 PRICES THAT SELL! QUALITY THAT SATISFIES 1 1938 Pontlac Demonstrator. A beautiful blue. 4-door Sedan with Trunk, all Deluxe equipment, low mileage, good tires. ' Will sell with new car guarantee. Can' be bought at a savings ot $400. 1935 Terraplane Deluxe 4-door Sedan. Beautiful brown finish, reconditioned, equipped with Radio and Heater. Selling at special price of $220. 1933 Dodge 4-door Sedan, special S130 1934 Terraplane Cabriolet, special S195 193G Ford V-8 Phaeton, special $295 1935 Chevrolet %-tori Panel Truck.... $275 OWING TO-- Unprecedent Demands. For the New 1939 Ponttac, we are literally flooded with good reconditioned late model Used Cars. These cars can be bought at Bargain Prices! Now is your char.ce to dispose oÂ£ your old car, which in most cases is sufficient for your down payment. Come in, look them over and compare the values of our cars against any In the field I Terms Arranged to Please! BENNETT MOTOR SALES. 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. -- C H E V R O L E T -- THADE-IN BARGAINS Buy With Confidence From The CITY'S OLDEST DEALER. All Cars Guaranteed! 193B Chevrolet Deluxe Town Sedan. 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Sport Sedan. 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe, Radio ana Heater. 1936 Chevrolet Standard Sedan. 1936 Chevrolet Standard Coupe. 1936 Plymouth Sedan. 1934 Plymouth Sedan. 1937 Ford Coach. 1936 Pontiac Coupe. 1936 Hudson Brougham. 1936 Dodge Coupe. 1937 Dodge Town Sedan. MANY MORE AT OUH GARAGE. POPULAR MAKES AND MODELS I MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Your Chevrolet Dealer. 127 W. APPLE STREET... PHONE 105 Open Evenings! Open Sundays! You Name The Tcrmsl Business Service Business Service Offered 18 FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS Sc HECOVERINGS PHONE 8645. 322 SO. PITTSBURG ST. 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. PHONE 12 or 13 for an Ad-taker. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 28 37 3 31 33 38 35 /7 IO 1--Intrigue --Any sweet . - flower- extract 11--Banish 12--More unfavorable 13--Cajoling flattery 15--Dancers cymbals 17--Feminine pronoun 19--Disclaims ACROSS 23--Political party 28--A single . unit 29--The docked tail of a horse 31--A prfcltly plant 36--In grreat haste 38--Drags 40--City of Ohio 41--Exercise 22--A native of Troy 24--Type measure 25--Part of the corolla 26--The white poplar 27--Negative ' reply 30--Inner bark of trees 32--Go in haste 33--Thoso in office 34_Deflnite article 35--Slack 37--Third note of the sca! 39--Symbol for erbium Answer to previous puzzle 1- DOWN A .United 8--An appolnt- States coin 2--Chopping tool 3--The sacred ment to meet 9--Like 10--Alcove book of any 14--Conun- people 4--Completely S--Grassy plain 6--Any small pointed process 7--Part of the foot drums 16--Land measure 18--Symbol for helium 20--Pull (Scotch) 21--Part of a circW Copyright, 19J9, King Ftitvuo Syndiutc, lac. Business Service Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE-SO. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE!" Modern Storage For Household Goods. MOVING--At reasonable rates. AH gooda insured. Will buy furniture. Cnll 183. Miller Transfer, 153 E. Crawford Ave. Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUH PRINTING WOHK1 Hand Rlllal--Eindinct--Canine Cardsl Bill Heads!-- Letler Heausi For Rent Cords 1--For Sale Cnrdal No Trespassing Signs For Sale I All Work Fully Guaranteed! AH At Rcasonnblo Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. 'HONE 65 DAILY COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE, 81. Professional Services 28 EXPERT TRUSS FITTIN C--Clastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A. Clarke, PH. G. DruEKlst, 323 North Pittsburp Stre e t. Phone 194. Financial Need Moae7 NEED CASH--In n hurry? We'll lend J'ou $300 or lc?s on 3 T our sjpnnture. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Livestock DOES. Cats, Other Pets FOR SALE--Collie pup. male. Phone 093, 251 E. F.ilrvicw Avenue. Horses, Cattle, Oilier Stock 48 FOR SALE--One all around single line leader f a r m horse, gentle and quiet, work anywhere. Bob Rudolph, farm above Cnsparis Stone Quarry. Merchandise Household Goods 59 FOR SALEI LIVING ROOM--And dining room suits. davenports, dressers, couches and beds. Coal and fins ranges, also good desks and typewriters. Special, one child s large play pen. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 E. PEACH ST. PHONE 50. FOR SALE--Team of farm horses, five years old. C. A. Kennedy, located be^ tween Lelsenrlng No. 1 and Vanderbilt. Poultry. Eggs ana Supplies 49 BABY CHICKS--ALL BREEDS--Pur Inn Startenn. Keystone Feed Siore. 110 West Apple Street. Phone 107. Merchandise Articles for Sale BAKED PAPER MATS FOR SALE--Used Courier mats that are excellent for lining the inside of your narase. barn, chicken coop or outbuildings of nny kind. Selling at Ic each. Inquire at The Courier Office. FOR SALE--Girl's ticyclc, practically new. Reasonable price. Call I306-R, after 5:30 P. M. Buildings, Building Materials 53 IF YOU ARE-- Repairing a side-walk, concreting a cellar floor, building a drive-way, or doing concrete work of any k i n d , call us for high quality cement, sand and gravel. Stone Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 FOR SALE--200 ions good timothy hny, near Conncllsvllle. Free storage until harvest. Union Realty Company, Telephone 168 Unlontown. FOR SALE--Fresh eggs,5 20c dozen; 5 dozen' G5c. j" L, Snyder, Pleasant Valley Hoad. .FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY! HERE'S HOW--You can Bnd a market, for your farm products, your farm Implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household goods by running a small inexpensive ad in our Classified Section. There you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer. The rural circulation of The Dally Courier covers a targe area and your advertisement will be read by many people who are looking for Just the things you have for sale. NOTE: All classified ads are payable in advance. You win find our rates In the above Classified Heading. Farm Equipment SEEDS FOR FIELD AND GARDEN! FERTILIZER . . . FARM IMPLEMENTS I BABY CHICKS! LOUCKS HARDWARE STORE. 116 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 135. 56 Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers GOOD L-UMPY -- Run of mine coal/ 100 bu,. Be; 50 bu., 9c; 25 bu., 12c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037. Frank Koballa. GENUINE--Washington Run Coal. Low price. Wm. Dull Son. Phone 107 or call Dawson. 3261 and 3631. Household Goods 59 FURNITURE BARGAINS--4 PC. BEDROOM SET, INNERSPRING MATTRESS AND SPKING, $53.50; 9 PC. DINING ROOM SUITE. $29.50; 2 PC. LIVING- ROOM SUITE. S15.QO: FLOOR COVERING, PER YD., 45c; COTTON AND FELT MATTRESSES, 50 U3S-. $4.55' LARGE SELECTION 1 OF TABLE TOl- GAS RANGES; LARGE THADE-IN ALLOWANCE ON YOUH STOVE; ALSO HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS AT LOW PRICES. COME IN TODAY! KEHVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. N. PITTSBURG STREET. PHONE 2020 Wanted--To Buy SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGSl THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE . . . WILL PAY YOU tN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING 1H . . . AT So PER POUND. Wanted--To Bay WANTED IMMEDIATELY-- Nice, clean, big white rags. We wJ J1 pay you 5c per poun d. CASH . . . for nil you bring In. Mason Motor Company. 127 West Apple Street. Phone 105. Rooms and Board Rooms for HonseReepInE 69 FOR RENT--Two nicely furnished rooms ior light housekeeping. Central location. 232 E. Crawford Avenue. FOR KENT--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1219 Vine Street, Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--Four room apartment, bath hot water heal, second floor, 411 Johnston Avenue. Phone 5SC. Business Places tor Rent REAR. 122. EAST PEACH STREET-Room, -lOxCO for rent with refriRcratoi equipment. Ideal place for beer distributor or garage. Inquire, DuH'i Storage. 122 East Peach Street Phon 50. Farms and Land for Rent 71 FOR RENT--31 acres on pnved road close town. Five roam house, comer, let basement, 2 porches. Electricity, warm air furnace, water in house, larg bam. parser, fruit. $25.00. Union Renlty Company, Unlontown. Telephone 168. FOR SALE--30.000 hard brick, $6.00 per 'M." David Werthcimer, Sr. Phone ' .86. Houses for Rent FOR RENT--Two room cottage and three room cottage, garage and gardens. On mile from St. John School. See Ra Garllck. W. Allegheny Avenue, South ConnellsviUe. FOUR ROOM MODERN HOUSE--Cen- tralty located, bath, larpe attic, base ment, hot. cold water. 223 E. Apple St. Wanted--To Rent WANTED TO BENT--Four or five room house. Poplar Grove preferred. Cal 4125. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate SAY YOU. MR. RENTER--You can't wist for that home . , . but you can buy no\ for less than you will later on. Let u tell you what we have. Terms! PETER R. WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR RENT! T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 975 Houses for Sale NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY1 SEE THESE PHOPERTIESI EAST CRAWFORD AVENUE, 211--Buf brick duplex with two'hot air furnaces rental value $60 per month and tw car garage. Sale price $5.500, WASHINGTON AVENUE, EAST, 303-Four room cottage built on two lots also pevcd street. Immediate possessio for $1,000. TWO NICE SOUTH SIDE PROPERTIES- For sale at $3,150 and Â§4,000. Investigate these buys! PAtJL G. WAGONER. 100D W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 148. FOR SALE I EAST CRAWFORD AVENUE--"Duplex, six rooms on each side. Garage. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. FOR SALE--2V. acres, six rcom house, , outbuildings. electric, good water, young orchard, near Wooddale. Will accept team and farm machinery or light truck. Inquire Ray Fcorbaugh', R. D. 2, Mt. Pleasant, Pa. FOR SALE--Seven room house, bath; heater, 2 garages, 4 acres of. land. Poplar Grove. Price S3.50C, Inquire Robert Norris. Phone 505. I FOR SALE--Six room modern house in Â· excellent condition. Located on Race j Street. A home that will satisfy. Inquire Robert Norris. Phone 505. FOR SALE--Five room house, lot 60x135. McGill Avenue, Dawson. Price 51.6CO. Easy terms. E. F. DeWitt. Phone 43, Scottdale, Pa. SiiOP sensibly and savingly through the classified ads. FOR SALE--Five room house with heater, located at Vanderbilt. S70D. Inquire Robert Norris. P'lone 505. CHAPTER THIRTY-TWO i BACK OUT in the hospital cor- j ridor after Jim had been put to j Bleep with a hypodermic, Lona ac-] costed the doctor with anxious Inquiry in her eyes. "He's out of his head,* she faltered, but the doctor gave her a reassuring pat on the back. "Nasty fall," he conceded. "But he'll come around. Naturally he's a little fuddled. You look as if you needed some sleep yourself, young lady. Better go home and rest." "But are you sure he's--all Tight?" "Just you go home and forget about him until morning. Stop worrying. It will come out all right." HJs voice was heartily confident, and she allowed herself, tiredly, to be convinced. "You'll call me if--anything happens?" She still felt the need of reassurance. "Of course. But nothing will happen." The doctor patted her shoulder again. "You're to go home," he said, in mock sternness. "Doctor's orders." In spite of her tears she had to smile at his manner, and a load oecmed to lift from her shoulders as she turned away, leaving her suddenly tired to the point of near- exhaustion. Â« * Â· Dinah anil Mrs. Morriss were waiting up anxiously when she arrived home. One look at her tired tace and Mrs. Morrisa bustled her Into her own easy chair, pushing a tootatool beneath her feet. "Not a word until you've hac some hot tea," she ordered. "I'll bring- in a tray." She bustled out to the kitchen and Lona rested her head on the shair cushions gratefully. "Is he--all right?" DinaK managed to whisper, despite her mother's order. "Jim's going to be al" right, isn't he?" Lona nodded. "The doctor thinks 10--oh, Dinah!* She held out her Â».rms to the crippled girl, suddenly feeling the need of comfort. "1C he had died," she sobbed. "I couldn't have stood it if he had died I You don't know--" She broke off, and the sobs she had kept back nil through that long vigil in the hos- oital came now, unchecked. "Now, now!" Mrs. Morriss chld- td, gently, as she bustled back with a tray bearing a steaming 1 cup of tea and a plate of thin toast. "You'll feel better when you've eat- Â«i. You need something hot." She warned Dinah back with a glance, and began fussing over Lona, putting a pillow to her back, steadying the tray on her trembling knees. Like a mother would fuss over her, Lona thought. The mother she had never had. A sud- Jcn loneliness welled up within her, and she almost choked over her Wte of toast. "You'll have to excuse me," she said. "I've been so--worried. . . . And you--you're so good--" She broke off, and Mrs. Morriss wisely pretended not to see the tears that still blinded her. "We heard about the accident right away," she told Lona, mat- tcr-of-faclly. "Dinah wanted to come to the hospital, but I knew there was no use. I've been telephoning, though, and the nurse says Jim is doing fine- There's nothing to worry about, my dear," she smiled, and Lona felt better. "I think It's wonderful, Jim having saved that man's life the way he did." Dinah's blue eyes were round and bright. "At the risk .of his own. It was--heroic," "But how did you know about all that?" Lona asked her, wondering. "The Brighton News reporter came right out as soon as it happened. He didn't know you were down at the bridge and he wanted to get to you first with the news--" "A reporter! There was a reporter here?" All Lona's old fears came Hooding back. "You mean this will be in the papers?" "Why, of course. Jim's a hero. Didn't you know that? It'll be the headlines in the Brighton News tomorrow night. Ellis Lanforth--he's the reporter--said he was going to bring up a camera and take your picture, if he can find you in. And he wants a picture of Jim, too, if you have one--" "No, no! He can't!* Lona pushed back her tray so sharply the tea Dinah and Mrs. Morriss were waiting up anxiously when she arrived spilled on Mrs. Morriss' newly-1 cleaned rug. "He mustn't!" she Insisted, Her mind was racing. She could have no interview with a reporter, even a small-town reporter like this Langforth. If she got one on her trail, he might recognize her, and go digging into the files--rake up that old story all over again. Everyone here In Brighton would know. "Jim wouldn't want It. He hates publicity. He punched a reporter once who tried to take his picture. He'd be angry--" She stopped short, remembering 1 , suddenly, the detective who had been here this afternoon. In the confusion of the accident, and her terror for Jim, she had forgotten the reason that had sent her pell-mell down to the bridge just in time to see Jim fall. It came flooding back to her now with new meaning. "You must keep the newspapers away from us," she begged, and- denly, of Mrs. Morriss. "This reporter is a friend of yours, you say? Tell him we both hate having our pictures taken, that we don't want our names in the paper. It would make Jim furious.' You don't know how--funny he is, that way." Dinah was looking at her .curiously, she realized, and checked her outburst with an effort. Dinah, too, was remembering the detective. Lona knew it by the sudden cloud in the back of her blue eyea as she dropped them and turned away. Mrs. Morriss was looking at her in surprise. "Why, my dear," the older woman said, soothingly. "You mustn't let yourself get so excited. After all, you can't keep the paper from printing a story as big as this. And there's nothing shameful in having a hero for a husband. You should be proud." Lona laughed, a nervous, high- pitched Laugh that sounded ill at ease. "I suppose you're right," she conceded, trying to pass off her concern lightly. "It's just that I-that Jim would hate having his picture or mine on the front page. There's something rather--undignified, about it, don't you thinX?" ^ Mrs. Morriss nodded. "I can see how you feel about the pictures," she conceded, with her motherly smile. 'Td hate to see my own picture on the front page, no matter what had happened. Or Dinah's either!" She paused, and the smile on Lona's lips grew genuine. It was hard to think of placid Mrs. Morris and little sparkling Dinah ever breaking Into the front page news. The sort of front page news she, Lena, knew so well. "I'll try and .persuade Ellis Langforth to forget the pictures, 1 Mrs. Morriss went on. "But I'm afraid he'll insist upon getting hi* story on the accident. It's too big to pass up--a thing like that happening right here in Brighton." "Will you talk to him for me, Mrs. Morriss?" If the man didn't see her, perhaps he wouldn't place lier, Lona was thinking, "I'm. afraid I'm going to be too busy and too tired to even think about reporters. It would help if you would take care of that part of things for me." "Of course I will, my dear." The voice was motherly. "I'll call him up the first thing in the morning- arid tell him to come and see me at the library. I'll give him the whoJj story. You 1 re not to worry any more." "You're so good," Lona murmured, her brief flare of excitement dying suddenly, and leaving her doubly exhausted. "I want you to know I appreciate it." She rose, tiredly, to go back to her own. part of the house; a lonely part it would be tonight, she reflected. "Oh, but you're to stay here with us tonight," Mrs. Morris exclaimed. "I won't have you over there alone. There's an extra room next to Dinah's. It's all ready." "But my kitchen: It's a mess. You see, 1 walked off and left 'my supper. I was just breading.chops when I--went out. They'll be spoiled--" She laughed a little ruefully, and Mrs. Morriss smiled her motherly smile again. "The chops are in the refrigerator," she told her. "And your kitchen is cleaned. We saw to that. Now, don't you think you'd better get some sleep? Come, I'll show you to your room. There's a door into- Dinah's room, and you can'leave it open. You'll feel better that way," She rose and bustled off, and sighing, Lona followed her. It was good to have friends, she thought, She must contrive some way to keep them. They mustn't learn the things about her -that might turn, them against her. Her head was a muddle of conflicting doubts as she made ready for bed in the charming Morriss bedroom. Reporters and detectives mingled with Jim's wild-eyed helplessness in her thoughts as she composed herself to,sleep. She saw his long inert -figure again hi her mind's eye just as she drifted off, and he seemed to be trying to tell her something. He was raving again and this time it was about a detective, a horrid looking little mart in a derby with a fat cigar in his mouth who stood off, leering at them. "The net! Where is the net!" Jim cried at her again, in her sleep. His tone was harsh and grating, and it chilled her so that she sat up, suddenly, trembling, wondering if he could be wanting her. (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale FOR SALE--Six room house, rr.odcm conveniences. Located at Liberty. For particulars, PhonCtDawson 2G8. Wanted--Real Estate 89 Â· --WANTED-- Desirable Dwellings To Be Listed With Us FOR SALE! '. PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS-- Appeal to us almost daily and it is .our aim to build up a more compJete ond diversified listing to offer. IT WILL COST -- The owners nothing to advertise properties they desire to sell unless sale Is effected by this office. FAYETTE REALTY COMPANY 2nd NATL. BA1^~K BLDG. PHONE, 1375, CONNELLSV7LLE, PENNA. (T. D. Gardner, Manager.) Factory Employment Gained in February STATE COLLEGE, Mar. 24.-Pennsylvania's factory employment in February advanced 1.3 per cent over that of the same month of iast year, while factory payrolls gained 12.7 per cent for corresponding months, the Pennsylvania Business Survey, a Pennsylvania State College publication, declared today. This is the first time in several months that employment showed a gain over the same period in the previous year. Factory employment gained 2.1 per cent from January to February. NEWS BEH By EkULMALLOR Continued from Page Four, main inspiration. He. had demanded one-third of the. Czech gold as his Sudeten share iust 'a lew days before he moved in, and apparently could have been content with that for a while. Of course he can use the booty of added gold, raw material and foodstuffs provided both by Czechoslovakia and Memel, but. an excellent economic authority recently returned from Germany j's telling high authorities here that Germany could last hvo years in a war. According to this source, Hitler's lack of. cation .and rubber would ruin him, then but. not sooner. Indeed he may not have taken all the booty he counted on in Czechoslovakia. An unconfirmed dispatch through regular channels says the Czechs flew off to Russia, Rumania, and Poland with two-thirds of their 1,300 to 1,500 war planes before Hitler could catch them, although he moved in so fast his troops were almost in Prague when Hacha made the announcement agreeing to the "German protectorate." empire," "eventually Czechoslovakia had to fall because it was surrounded," etc. The insiders wonder if Mussolini will disclose his band Sunday. Consensus of opinion is he will await a completion of General Franco's victory in Spain before he does. The Sunday speech is expected to be more in the nature of a rough outline on his plans and designs on France. Any, all or none of these military, economic and political motives could have drawn him into his campaign, but most authorities here suspect there were also others that will develop in time, aside from the obvious ones concerning "expansion of the Some Foreign Relations committeemen deduced from the Sumner Welles testimony that the State Department wants the diplomatic power rather than their shipbuilding business in connection with the Pittman resolution authorizing the building of South American warship in the United States. It would be a great power to permit one Latin country to do it, and to deny another, or even just to have the authority of discretion without actually useing it. The Navy chimed in rather weakly through Admiral Leahy who told the committee the Navy was for it but, of course, could not keep up with its own navy yard building program for some years. .This, too, seemed to denote the ear of a feline extending from one proposed new .bag oÂ£ diplomatic . tricks. Senators an: cogitating suspiciously about granting-the-authority. Colonial Miner Hurt. . Â· Theodore Klocek of Leisenring No. 1, an employe of the H. C. Frick Coke Company 'mine at Colonial No. 4, was taken to Brownsville General. Hospital Wednesday afternoon for treatment of an injury to the-right foot sustained while at work in the mine. Dse Our Classified Afls. They bring results. Cost is small.