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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 15, 1935, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JUNE 15 1935 STRIKE DANGER NOT OVER CLAIM Carney Declares Iowa Coa Operators Opposed to Guffey Bill DBS MOINES June 15 T Carney vice president of th Iowa Coal Operators association said here possibility of a soft coa strike in Iowa Monday still exist despite Washington negotiations t avert the nationwide soft coa walkout Carney said Iowa coal operator are opposed to the Guffey coal bil and declared that its provision would be ruinous to the industry ii the state Doubts Agreement Despite reports of operators an labor representatives in Washing ton that they approved of a true requested by President Roosevel until the Guffey bill can be enact ed Carney said he doubts if ar agreement can be reached to post pone the strike after Monday There are many objections t the Guffey bill one of them being that it would provide absolute die tation of Iowa mine wage scales bj the east Carney said Under the Guffey plan a littl NRA for the soft coal industrj be established Presiden Roosevelt asked miners and oper ators to extend present wag agreements until congressional ac tion on the Guffey bill is com pleted Invitation Not Answered Carney said an invitation mallei Thursday to Frank Wilson presi dent of the Iowa division of th United Mine Workers asking t meeting of operators and workers has not been answered Members of both the operators association and mine workers boards of directors prepared to hold separate meetings on the strike question today ULTIMATUM TOPS NEWS FOR WEEK Continued From rnsc 1 Mahan described as the brains of the kidnaping Republicans Convene Approximately 5000 republicans chiefly small businessmen and far mers from ten middlewestern states held a grass roots conference in Springfield Dl Frank 0 Lowden former governor of Illinois made the keynote speech The platform of the delegates was oppositionto the Roosevelt administration pres ervfctioa of the constitution and Tfir juvenation of the republican party for the 1936 campaign Herbert Hoover was ignored Explosion in the reichs munitions plant at Reinsdorf near Berlin caused more than 50 deaths with the injured believed to have num bered hundreds The seaplane American Clipper flew to Hawaii in 17 hours 57 min utes lowering its earlier record 17 minutes King George Kests King Geqrge V suffering from bronchial catarrh was ordered to fake a complete rest his doctors attributing his condition to fatigue caused by activities of his jubilee The three years war in the Chaco between Bolivia and Paraguay end ed and Armistice negotiations be gan The famous 726 carat Jonker dia mond was brought to New York by Harry Winston at a cost of 300 and placed on exhibition To Spend at Once The government arranged to spend of the work re lief appropriation at once so as to speed up jobs The national industrial conference board estimated the cost of admin istering the NRA and its 578 codes for two years was 593884595 Died James Brown international banker in New York at 72 Sir Robert Blair British educational leader in London at 76 Franz von Mendelssohn senior partner of Men delssohn and company bankers in Paris at 70 10WANS ACTIVE IN WASHINGTON Continued From Page 1 dirt farmer in the delegation claims he knows what it would mean with particular lives on a farm on a dirt road Knows Dirt Roads Theres no reason to petition him said his secretary1 Kenneth Laird but hell be glad to have the additional evidence of the need for better farm roads Like Wearin Laird knows the meaning of dirt farm reads in rainy weather He has ground an automo bile through the mud more than once to reach the Wearin farm and still recalls vividly sliding off into a ditch on a muddy road while en route to the Wearins one postcam paign day last fall Senantor Louis J Murphy still is waiting for a chance to deliver a self prized speech on the agricultu ral adjustment program He spent long hours preparing what he con sidered the most important speech of his senatorial career and was raedy just a few days before the AAA amendments were to come up in the senate Then along came the supreme courts decision invalidating the NRA and back to committee went the amendments Meanwhile Mur phys speech awaits their return and a chance to be voiced as a plea for the farm belts interests Amendments Ktvised Since the proposed amendments have come back in newly revised form from the agricultural depart ment Representative Bierman is more convinced than ever that news papermen instead of lawyers should have a hand at bill drafting Point ing to long sentence after long sen tence in the amendments Bierman said they were almost impossible to understand and ought to have been written simply so the committee it self could tell without undue diffi culty what it is doing Secretarial row has two mere law yers in the Iowa delegation James D France of Tipton secretary to Representative Ficher and Donald Parel of Cherokee secretary to Rep resentative Gillette recently passed the Iowa bar examination Each had studied law here on the side of their secretarial work Couple m Quest of Marriage License Look at Wrong Book DES MOINES June 15 There wasnt much question what Richard Dale Morris and Zelma Maxine Clarke wanted when they walked into the court clerks office They hesitated Richard gulped Finally they came to a halt before a large leatherbound record book Just to make certain Deputy Clerk Jeannette Rennie asked You want a marriage license YeYeYes said Richard Wrong book said the deputy clerk Look Richard and Zelma looked and hurriedly moved down the counter The book was titled Divorce calendar Sales Tax Division Saving Is Seen With Changes DBS MOINES June In saving Fred H Wiay state sales tax division director esti mates will be effected by two or ganization changes He said approximately in travel expense will be saved by de creasing size of territory covered by each field man and assigning two counties to each A system of headquarter audits by field men for their own territor ies will save approximately he said Student Pastor Will Take Charge at Lake CLEAR LAKE June Rev Harold W Buckles of the Minnesota Bible university Min neapolis arived Friday to begin his duties as pastor of the Church of Christ at the I O 0 F hall during the summer months Mr Buckles is a student pastor of the university and will take the local charge Sun day FLOOD THREATS MOUNTING AGAIN At Least Eight Known Dead in Southern Texas and Many Missing By ASSOCIATED PKESS Floods surged down the streams of the west again Saturday threat ening further loss of life and des truction of property There were at least eight known deaths in southern Texas where the Colorado Llano Rio Grande Frio Guadalupe and Nueces rivers were out of their banks Scores of persons were missing The threat of a flood in Big Goose Canyon near Sheridan Wyo subsided last night when engineers expressed belief the damaged Bow man reservoir in the Big Horn mountains would hold Along the Republican Kaw and Missouri rivers from Colorado to the Mississippi lowlands dwellers were busy clearing away debris and re pairing damage caused by last weeks floods Childrens Day Program Is Planned by Baptists A special childrens day service will be given at the First Baptist church by the Sunday school at the regular church service at a m The primary and junior departments will present various recitations and song numbers followed by a pageant depicting the celebration Df the passovcr feast in Jerusalem The regular Sunday school will be held at lurches THE GOLDEN TEXT Cor 4 is required in stewards that found faithful a man be Picture of Herring Remains in Office After Cooper Goes DES MOINES June 15 On Harold M Coopers desk when he was chairman of the Iowa liquor commission was a large framed pic ture of Gov Clyde L Herring in scribed to Cooper and signed by the governor On several occasions Herring asked Cooper to resign Cooptr re fused At last the liquor board chairman quit his post removed his possessions from his office at com mission headquarters He left behind His picture 01 Gov Clyde L Herring One Dies Eight Hurt in Iowa Wreck Morning worship at pastor will preach on FEDERAL AGENTS HAVE DECLARED BAPTIST school at C E Oeschger superintendent It is expected that the morning service at will be used for Childrens day program but there is a possi bility of this program being post poned In that event the pastor A ff Caul will bring the message Evening union service at East park t W Caul minister CATHOLIC St at 6 8 and a m Benediction and rosary t 4 p Rev P S OCon or pastor the Rev James K lassidy assistant Holy Family Second street orthwest Sunday masses at 7 30 and a Rev R Murphy the Rev A J Bohrer ssistant Lehigh Catholic es evefy Sunday at a m lonfessions before mass Catech im 15 minutes after lev John Canals Christian Science First Church of Christ Scientist Washington and Third street north rest Sunday services 11 a rn Sub let God the Preserver of Man iunday school a m Wednes ay eveningtestimonial meeting 45 Reading room east end of hurch Week days 11 a m to 5 i m CHURCH OF CHRIST school at Morn ing worship at Communion and preaching Sermon on a Raised Window Shade Sunday evening union service at East park at he Rev A W Caul speaker CONGREGATIONAL school at Mrs Draper Long will speak to the senior intermediate and junior de jartments The Divinely Searched and Led The chorus choir under the direction of Mrs F M Humphrey will sing Divine Praise by Bortniansky This church joins in union services at the band shell in East park pre ceding the band concert Sunday evening The religious service will be held at Sidney Carlson minister EVANGELICAL Adams northwest Sunday school with childrens day program beginning at Baptismal service for children pre ceding the program Offering for oreign missions will be received Junior intermediate and senior eague services Evening serv ce Tuesday at 2 in the afternoon and at 8 in the evening will be a conference Dr J A Heck ieveland Ohio main speaker Thursday Two Ladies Aid meetings it the church C Brune meier minister LUTHERAN Fourth and streets on North Delaware 9 a m graded Sunday school and 1 Bible classes 10 a m English serv ice 11 a m German service The pastor will preach on the Threefold Blessing Bestowed by the Holy Trin ity Num 6 22 After services the Sunday school will have its picnic in Spring Park to which all members and friends of the congregation have been invited Bring a basketlunch for dinner Monday evening the EnglisB church council meets at 8 A Hinz pastor Central Where East State crosses Connecticut The Festival of the Holy Trinity a m the church school 11 a m divine wor ship The sermon theme From Strength to Strength The Sacra ment of the Holy Communion Pre lude There is a Fountain Filled With Blood Schuler vocal duet My Faith Looks Up to Thee Nevin Mrs Philip R Break Thou the Bread of Life Kerwinj postludc Recessional DeKoven Wednesday p m the West Group 1 the Ladies Guild with Mrs E Schaefer at 1417 North Quincy avenue Wednesday 8 p m the church choir Friday 4 to 7 p m the Vacation Bible school picnic at East H Kampen pastor Fifth and Jer sey southeast Worship Abiding Sunday school at at Sermon Christ Anthem Come Weary Soul Gilbert Clos ing session of district Luther league at Swea City at 3 oclock No eve nng service Board of administra tion Monday at Northeast di vision Thursday at with Mrs PaulGustafson 321 Fourteenth streec soutneast Ihe flien Save been invited to be guests of the St James brotherhood Thursday at 8 Closing program and demonstrations at va cation Bible schools at 10 oclock Friday School picnic and supper with parents and families at East park Friday afternoon beginning at 4 oclock Choir Friday at B T Erholm pastor Our Jefferson and Twenthfifth street southwest Morning worship 9 Communion for confirmands their parents and the coungregation The Rev Chris Olson of Fargo N Dak will preach the sermon Special music Sunday school at 10 Ladies aid Wednesday at 2 Junior choir practice Wednes day at O Urness pastor St Sixth street south east Graded Sunday school 9 a m Pearl Rohr superintendent Ella Woisnak secretary and treasurer American services at 10 a m Theme The Triune God German services at 11 a m Holy communion in German language Vacation Bible school Monday 9 a m Luth eran Friendship society Wednesday 8 p m witii tie Bublitzesand the Underwoods serving Brotherhood meets Thursday 8 p m with the Immanuel Lutheran brotherhood as guests Ernest Meyer and the Rev Mall serving Choir Friday boys choir E G Mall pastor Pennsylvania avenue southeast Early service 9 a m Prelude Maxine Carman Lucille Gravlie Catechization of confirma tion class Sermon From Death to Life John Graded Sunday school and Bible hour 10 a m J C Oddeir superintendent Morn ing worship 11 a m Prelude se lected Mrs J 0 Gilbertson an them by tie choir Father What eer of Earthly Bliss Mason Ser mon From Death to Life John A special meeting of the men of the church is called to meet at 2 p m Young Peoples Luther league Fireside Hour 6 p m De votions Ruth Olson Topic Par ticipating in Church Worship He brews Leader Ruth R An derson Duet selected Enola Skram and Beatrice Lysne Luther league ice cream social and business meeting Tuesday 8 p m Luther va cation Bible schools begin the third and closing week of Bible school Monday at 9 a m at the Jackson Roosevelt Garfield and McKinley buildings Closing program with in vitation to parents at each school Friday at 10 a m Vacation Bible school outing and picnic supper at East park Friday at 4 to 8 p m Choir rehearsal Wednesday p m Confirmation class meets daily 7 to a m Lincoln circle entertained by Mrs J H Harding 935 North Federal Wednesday at p m Confirmation services for the junior and adult classes Sunday June 23 at 8 a L N Wig dahl pastor North Delaware avenue Sunday school and Bible classes a m C O Quam su F E Reishus Mrs j perintendcnt Morning worship Jacobson offertory a m Sermon From Death to Life John Vacation Bible school Monday at 9 at the McKinley school Closing program I Friday at 10 a m Bible school out ing and picnic supper at East park Friday 4 to 8 p L N Wig dahl pastor METHODIST Church school Mens class in courthouse Morning worship Sermon by pastor Spccal music Andante Widor A Tiny Seed Became a Wm Coburn girls choir Solo by Maty Jean Crowell Fost lude Shute 6 Young People meet at churchGo in group to C W Bristline home for picnic supper and fireside George Davies associate pastor a m Church school C K Kinneysuperintendent 11 a m Morning worsnip A brisf pre lude by the children of the vacation Bible school Selection by the chorus choir Airs Leon H Woodward di rector and accompanist Sermon theme When I Consider Youns Peoples meeting at p m Kath ryn Ruggles leader There will be no evening church service There will be a 30 minute scrvic bginning at at East Park just prceding the band concert Rsv A W Caul of the Baptist church will be the speaker Ladies Aid on Thursday afternoon guest day and picnic Galbreth minister I O F p m Sunday school 3 p m Church William Galbreth minister Sixth street southwest Sunday school Program by the Bible school children at Evening service at The young people will meet with the adults Mens prayer meeting Tuesday eve ningat in the church with Ar thur Heinold leading The womans prayer circle will meet Wednesday afternoon at with Mrs H C Bailey on 319 Second street south west Church prayer meeting Thursday evening at Young peoples meeting Friday evening PRESBYTERLiN Washington at 9 N W a m Church school 11 a m Worship Childrens day pro gram will be presented A playlet entitled Who Bids by Vera Whinery p m young people meet at church for outdoor meeting Helen Fischbeck leader Monday p m the stowaways meet at church for picnic Wednesday Sun day school picnic East Park supper Friday p m the Mis sionary society Leader Mrs Rus sell Girton Devotions by Mra J H Campbell Hostesses Mrs C S Ha german Mrs A C Hagerman and Mrs George K Da vies minister East Side 10 a m Sunday school MISCELLANEOUS Church of the Nazarene 337 West State street Sunday Bible school 9 45 a m morning wor ship 11 a m Junior meeting p m Young Peoples meeting 7 p m Evangelistic service 8 p m midweek prayer meeting Wednes day 8 p m On Friday night June 21 at 8 p m the Rev and Mrs C T Corbett will start an evangel istic campaign which will continue each night at 8 oclock until July 7 D Fritzlan pastor Open Bible Temple Sunday school a m morning worship II a m young peoples service p m evangelistic service p m Tuesday prayer and study p m Thursday divine healing ser vice p m Friday evangelistic service p Harold L Adams Alliance Gospel Tabernacle 615 North Delaware avenue The ser mon subject of the morning will be What Must Take Place Before Christ Returns The topic of the evening will be What Will Take Place After Christ Returns to Earth and is His Coming Imminent All services of the week will be schedul ed find announced including open air meetings The ladies missionary prayer band will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs R H DeNeut 208 S Madison Avenue ORDERS FOR COAL STRIKE CANCELED Ontlinicd Knim Ilisc 1 committee that some form of utilv ty holding company regulation leg islation would be passed by con gress at this session The senate elections committee voted 10 to 4 that Senatorelect Rush D Holt DW Vaj would be entitled to the senate seat to which he was elected when he reaches the age of 30 years next Wednes day Want Vote Tuesday Leaders want the senate to put more social security debate behind it so a vote can be obtained next Tuesday Though Senator Long DLai was calling the Roosevelt measure a paupers bill and seeking to put his share the wealth ideas into it new deal chiefs were expressin confidence The house had a stack of minor legislation to consider before get ting to work next week on the bill to extend nuisance and other taxes Calls Off Trip The president called off a trip to Chesapeake Bay and stayed at his desk One problem confronting him in the endeavor to get the 000000 work relief program start ed was what he terms the necessity of finding low cost projects to bal ance against works in which mater ials expenditures are comparative ly high Though insisting yesterday that the old civil works idea was nut being revived the president held that the low cost projects are neces sary if 3500000 men are to be put to work for a year Only Finland stepped vp with cash on this semiannual war debt so the total of defaults past and present was expected to reach when all the were sorry notes were in POSTTNFOURTH STRATO ATTEMPT Continued From 1nfe 1 of stratosphere flying for commer cial type ships Wears Metal Helmet The intense cold degrees below zero and the lifeless at mosphere forced Post to armor himself with a 16 pound oxygen suit and a metal helmet into which canned oxygen is distilled Post warmed the ship for nearly 20 minutes Then with a throaty roar he came down the track At about twofifths of a mile the plane lifted smoothly into the air The removable landing gear dropped off bounced crazily and spun after him There was a din of thunder Then the fog closed around him Britain to Organize Eight AntiAircraft Defense Battalions LONDON June 15 Britain today ordered eight battal ions to be formed immedately on a war time basis for antiaircraft de fense The surrpise war office announce ment culminating the nations air force expansion said five units will be made over into searchlight bat talions and three more including the famous Royai Fusiliers will become antiaircraft artillery brigades The order by the army council provided only for the London area and organization of similar units for the great midland manufacturing cities was expected The war office emphasized the necessity that the new units be ready for action immediately on the outbreak of war or even earlier Says Conservative President Likely to Set Off Revolution IOWA CITY June 15 Durant philosopherauthor told a University of Iowa audience that revolution mightbe expected in the United States if a conservative presi dent was elected The American mid dle class which prevented revolution during years of economic difficulty is disappearing as small business Durant said is being destroyed by large business He said capitalisms weakness is that it is incapable of planning for itself EPISCOPAL St a m Holy commun ion Beginning Sunday the late ser vice will be omitted for the summer 4 p m rehearsal for It Trovatore in guild hall of MacNider memorial parish house p m young peo ples fellowship evening prayer sup per and program Parish activities as during the Rev RobertJRedenbaugh rector BTIRLINGTON June 15One man hurt and eight othersreceived less serious injuries Thursday when a doubleheader Minneapolis and St Louis freight plowed into the side of a Rock Island passenger train at Morning Sun near here Wreckage was piled up in wild confusion both lines being blocked all day The man who died nas Eli Meyers 51 Oelweln assistant bag gageman on the Rock Island train ivho Has in the car struck hj the locomotives of he freight The upper two pictures show general views of the wreckage The bottom picture shows a member of one of the wrecking crews cutting the rails with an acetylene torch where they ivere bent at right angles by the force of the collision Both rails were previously straight at this point Iowa Daily Press JOHNSON READY FOR AMENDMENT Continued From Tape 1 the executive and legislative branch es will find some means to prevent the court from leaving the people helpless Illogical Proposition To deny that the federal govern ment has as much right to use the commerce power to maintain its agriculture as it has to use it to maintain its manufacture is the most illogical cruel unfair and cyn ical proposition ever advanced in this country he declared If the constitution has been twisted by judicial interpretation to any such result as this it is time either that the interpretation go or that part of the constitution which has been so obscured should be amended Speaking before an audience of more than 9000 persons Johnson proposed that midwestern farmers boycott any merchant who does not support the AAA 2 Legs Shot Away One of the new deals two legs is shot away said Johnson NRA was the front line trench Weve lost that and AAA is the second line of defense It was the contention of the en emies of both that the federal gov ernment has no power under the constitution to regulate industry and even less power to regulate agriculture That was the story on which they destroyed the way they are going to try to ruin AAA He asserted and agriculture are down the same alley It is a partnership All that agriculture asks is that it shall be an equal partner The two for agricul ture and NRA for not perfect but in the end they were beginning to work he said Johnson shot a barb at the recent republican grass roots conference at Springfield Charges Pussyfooting He said he had seen by the pap ers that some of the boys of the old guard who call themselves grass rooters have been rooting around the tomb of Abraham Lincoln The republicans he said pussy footed on farm relief substituting justice for exsoldiers for bonus and they say they oppose the new deal and cheer the sick chicken case as its executioner Johnson lemained here last night He said he was taking a short va cation from his work the opponents of NRA are combining against the AAA because they dont like pro cessing taxes or anything that di minishes their privileges The same forces that destroyed the NRA are going to tryto get the AAA by the same tactics Raps US Chamber Calling the United States cham ber of commerce a roost for reac tionaries Johnson urged farmers to engage in a back scratching campaign If I were a farmer he said Id get my buddies together and keep an eye on the chambers of com merce in agricultural communities The motto of the members of most of them is you scratch my back and Ill scratch yours That leaves the farmer to scratch his back against a fence post JAPANESE SEND TROOPS TO CHINA Continued From rnKe 1 most serious attention said the new demands in that province were for An end to antiJapanese activi ties punishment for persons re sponsible for detaining the Japanese and an apology and assurances against anyrecurrence of such inci dents A Japanese spokesman said the course of any Chaiiar action had not been determined The Chinese ambassador Quo TaiChi visited the foreign office at London to discuss the SinoJapan ese crisis yesterday and diplomats said he asserted Japans penetration of north China was vio lation of the nine power Washington treaty of 1922 In the face of this charge a proc lamation of the policy of the new foreign secretary Sir Samuel Hoare was awaited anxiously While no official comment was immediately forthcoming it was un derstood Great Britain would main tain her attitude of watchful wait ing at least pending an exchange of views ivith other signatories of the ninepower pact including the United States BRING MAN AND JOB TOGETHER Week in Iowa Sees Liquor Commission Body of Three Again THE WEEK IN IOWA JOB AND XHE MAN SOLDIER DIES IN BED AT JOURNEYS END MARCH INTO HISTORY By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Gov Clyde L Herring searched for a man in whom he believed the public had implicit confidence On several occasions the gover nor was reported to have found his man But finding the man and in ducing him to take Harold M Coopers place on the Iowa liquor commission was something else again Last week the governor an nounced he had brought the man and the job together that Andrew W Stewart D of Calhoun county was willing to join with Dick R Lane R and Bernard Manley commission members in administra tion of Iowas experiment in liquor control A personal dry Stewart said The Iowa liquor system is the best in the nation I will strive to promote temperance Crime Chief Dies Soldiers army tradition has it hope to die with their boots on Park A Findley 60 physician wild west showman peace officer and a soldier who heldevery rank from private to brigadier general died in bed of heart disease at a Louisville Ky hotel Two months ago he took a leave of absence from his post as chief of the Iowa bureau of investigation Ten days ago he was married His bride found his still figure Girl Killed by Train Florence Ford 18 of Atlantic lay white and still in an Iowa Falls hospital Even the nurses tried not to look at the flattened sheet where her legs should have been Florence motioned weakly with a finger She whispered Tell mother I ran away with Laverne We were going to be mar ried Soon she died They brought Florence to the hospital from the railroad yards She had fallen beneath a freight train on which she had been bum ming a ride Her legs were severed at the hips Laverne is Laverne Christensen 21 of Audubon He said Florence had just come along that they were not going to be married Boys in Blue March Going on four score years ago the boys in blue marched with Sherman and fit with Grant Last week only 57 comrades in an organization that once num bered thousands gathered at Water loo for the Iowa G A Rs annual encampment Their agefeebled legs no longer could tramp tramp tramp so they rode in the pa rade Iowas youngest Civil war veter an is 87 Soon the boys in will only march in history STREETCARS NOT TO RUN AT NIGHT Continued From Page 1 sheriff swear in a large army of deputies The disorders broke out at Twen tyfourth and 1 streets where po lice previously ordered to shoot if necessary turned their riot guns on a crowd which refused to dis perse Rioters fell at each blast Within a short time crowds were stoning cars at many points in South Omaha Other Strike News FREEPORT wounded national guardsmen after a day of strife between pickets at a manu facturing plant and deputies guard ing the factory since strike started May 7 Roose velt obtained agreement of coal min ers to postpone their threatened na tionwide walkout scheduled for Monday until June 30 Labor Union threatened general walkout of all union workers as sympathy move for striking employes of the Toledo Edison company MILWAUKEE Milk Truck bombed two others stolen in strike against two dairies SAN med iation board gave up efforts to I settle Pacific Coast Seamans strike already marked by violent outbursts Born in California CHARLES CITY June John Gierman of Charles City re The audience heard the address in ccivcd announcement of the birth ol comparative silence applauding j a ten pound son to Sgt and Mrs mildly at some of the generals picj George Robert Martin at their home turcsqnc language in Riverside Cal Serjeant Martin Urges AAA Support i is attached to the 3rd squadron Pleading for AAA support John1 Army Air corps March Field Cal son said the interests of industry I ifornia RESTFUL PLACE Thats right youll find the Coffee Shop a restful refresh ing place to have Sunday Din ner And cool too plenty of electric fans and cooling breezes ORDFJiS FORCHILDREN Jefferson Coffee Shop at thp BUS depot
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