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   Lawrence Daily Journal World (Newspaper) - May 1, 1937, Lawrence, Kansas                                LAWRENCE DAILY JOURNALWORLD VOLUME MAY STRIKE MAY TIE UP THE FILM INDUSTRY Unions of Studio Numbering May Walk Out PICKETS IN HOLLYWOOD May day brought the gigantic film industry its greatest labor crisis in a decade with the possibility that be fore nightfall some union employes will walk Four Scenic Draftsmen and Hairdress are already on and picket lines around the studios were to be established later said Charles president of the Federated Motion Picture Actors Guild Undecided t There was no indication whether the Screen Actors by Robert Montgomery and includ ing most of the leading players of the would take The Guild met last night and discussed the but deferred any an nouncement until The issued a for mal statement explaining its status until Its up to the individual film players at this time whether they want to pass thru the picket The executive board of the guild can not advise it is up to the individual stars and lesser players with the makeup artists on they want to make themselves If the strike goes Paramount will be hardest hit of nil The fearing a recently rushed 13 pictures into hoping to complete them before a Other studios have tapered off on awaiting strike develop Fredric Boris Marion and many others arc members of the The strike of the four unions was called as studio executives withheld decision on union demands for a closed shop as well as union The other unions in the newlyformed Federated Mo tion Picture strike voted to defer until later today any decision on joining the The Film Dailys Yearbook of Motion Pictures for lists Montgomery as president ih the James Cagney as first vice Joan Crawford as second Chester Mor ris as third vice president KenneUi Thomson as Boris Kar loff as assistant Noel Madison as and Murray Kinnell as assistant Directors of the Guild include numerous prominent film Strike Call Last Night More than members of the Scenic Draftsmen and Hair dressers unions were in volved in last nights strike They were instructed not to go to work President Chafes Lessing of the Federated Crafts declared other unionists wtuld not go thru picket lines of the striking He that full ef fect of the strike may not be evi dent until There is little studio activity on Demands Not Formulated Pat labor conciliator for the film declared they would wait to sec the effects of strike before deciding on the union One hundred scantily clad girls in the Paramount studio Artists and worked most of last night after being informed a strike might prevent renewal of their elaborate makeups for further sceneshooting The studio police force at Para where 14 pictures are in was put on 21hour Fiftytwo involving of are affected at various studios by the strike sit WOUNDED JUDGE DIES Licenses Are Refused 14 New York Theaters Featuring Strip Tease Organized Complaints By Re ligious Leaders Cause Step By Gotham Official New May Commissioner Paul MOBB brought the citys burlesque situation to a dramatic head today by flatly re fusing to renew the licenses of four teen theaters where strip teasers were practising their Strip teasers and male more than a little alarmed in the past week bv the gales of pro test raging around had turned contrite at the last minute and tried to temper their But the commissioner took heed of the organized complaints from Protestant and Jewish re ligious leaders and turned down the applications of the theater owners for new Patrick Cardinal Hayes was one of those who wrote the commis sioner several days ago that the burlesque shows of the city were disgraceful and In a the commissioner specified the old Eltinge theatre in 42nd iust west of but explained that what he said about this theater was ap plicable to the other vulgar and lewd were descriptive adiectfves Commission er Moss but he made no di rect reference to the strip a major point in many of the com He said he had given the utmost consideration to the fact that the theaters employ between 600 and 700 but that the welfare of the public was plainly imperilled by the type of the language and the display of Mayor apprised of Mosss said This is the beirinning of the end of incorporated New York Jurist Was Stabbed Tuesday as He Waited for Bus New May John ONeill of the municipal died today of stab wounds inflicted last Tuesday by an uni dentified assailant as the justice stood waiting for a bus enroute to his As the assassin the justice said not a but walked back to his apartment slow informed his wife that he had been attacked and was going to a nearby He collapsed a few seconds Justice ONeill had served on the bench for eleven years and was known as im official without an Witnesses of the stabbing said two men wearing tan polo coats ap proached the justice as he watied for the bus and that one of them appeared to be patting him on the ONeill and a nursr were the only persons at the bedside when death came at oclock this Justice ONeil was an appointee of Long promin ent in New Yorks public he served as an assistant district at torney under William Travers His death intensified the search for his Tuberculosis Clinic A tuberculosis clinic will be held at Lawrence Memorial hospital May with Taylor of Noon Pa tients attending the clinic are re quested to enter the hospital thru the went TRUCK FIRE DEATH One Man to Death at Me Phorson When Fuel Trans port Explodes DRIVER IS THROWN OUT May One man was burned to death and another escaped an inferno of blaz ing gasoline which followed the collision of a freight truck and a gasoline transport truck early to day on highway 81 at the city limits The crash victim was identified an Bale a driver for the Squaw Transport company of Lawrence driver of the gasoline was thrown clear of the wreckage and escaped severe in He is in a hospital here with head and arm bruises and lacera tions of the The accident occurred in front of the Derby Oil company pipe line Flames from the blazing transport threatened several gallon gasoline storage but firemen prevented the burning gasoline from Delbert Derby terminal and Joe state gasoline inspector stationed at the said they heard the crash but were unable to extricate the driver of the truck before flames enveloped the Traffic on the highway was blocked for nearly five hours and road workers said heat from the wreckage was so intense it cracked the slab in several Sheriff Ralph McPhail said he would conduct an investigation to determine the cause of the The sheriff said Saunders told him the accident occurred when he turned out to pass a gasoline trans port truck coming onto the high way from the pipeline The sheriff said Saunders fixed the time of the crash at 4 FLIGHT OF WAR PLANES Army Ships With 200 Pilots Will Pass Over City in Few Days Army airplanes from the first pursuit group located at Selfridge will pass over Law rence between May 2 and 4 enroute to maneuvers in Great transports will be in the Under the command of Ed win more than 400 cadets and enlisted men will be on their way to Muroc Dry where they will take part in a The idea of the cross country hop is to test the pilots under conditions that would exist in time of The maneuvers in California will be the largest staged in recent The planes are not scheduled to land but will prpbsbly fly in formation over the JURY CALLED FOR MAY 10 May Term Will Open Monday When Civil Docket Will be Set The jury for the May term of court beginning next Monday will not be called until May it was announced by Judge Hugh Means The jury previously had been called for May The May term will open Monday with a meeting of Judge Means and the Douglas County Bar associa tion to set the civil and the criminal docket also will be set Day Bombardment May batteries killed seven Madrilenos and wounded twenty today in a May Day morning bombardment of the The Gran Via and the resi dential streets adjoining the offi cially abandoned United States em bassy were the i Hanna for I SIGN NEW SINGER FOR RECOURSE Josephine Antoine Replaces Crete Stueckgold for Wednesday A MUSIC WEEK START Josephine brilliant col oratura soprano of the Metropoli tan Opera will replace Crete Stueckgold on the University of Kansas concert course program Wednesday Dean Swarthout announced Miss who was to ap pear on the concert can celled her contract yesterday after noon because of the death of her She sails for Germany at New York concert managers be gan their search for areplacement and Dean Swarthout received word at noon that Miss Antoine will be Miss Antoine has enjoyed much success the past season with the Metropolitan and many mu sic followers will recall that she sang in several roles on the Satur day afternoon opera She is a young American singer who has come into prominence dur ing the past three Her train ing was received at the Julliard school of music in New York Program in Auditorium The Wednesday night program will start at oclock in Hoch auditorium with prices ranging from to Music week will get under way officially tomorrow with special observance by Lawrence churches in the The Haskclj Institute un der the direction of Phil will play a special concert on the Has kell campus at 3 oclock One of the highlights of the day will be the presentation of Hum perdincks Haensel and Gretel by school of fine arts students and faculty This will be held at 4 oclock in Hoch Charles will play the part of the broommaker and the part of Ger his will be taken by Ellie Their Haensel and will be played by Mary Louise Beatic and Buelah Chiapus These principals will be assisted by a large supporting Orchestral arranged for the piano will be played by Ruth Orcutt and the flute parts will be played opera is being presented un der the auspices of Mu Phi music Admission is Cbmpleting Sundays musical program will be the concert by the Westminster a cappella di rected by Dean at the First Presbyterian church at Program by Students The program for Monday will be gin with a special given by at the noon meeting of the Rotary In the afternoon the chamber music recital at the Administra tion building auditorium will fea ture the string quartet and quintet and several solo Miss Eunice pianist from New York will appear at oclock Monday evening in Hoch auditorium for a Admis sion for this program will be Holders of concert course tickets will be Monday afternoon at oclock a demonstration of instrumental music will be presented for Law rence public schools in the Junior high school The direc tors will be Emma Raymond Renoe and Carroll Nick The remainder of the week will be filled with music High school choruses and solo contestants will come to the campus Thursday for the National Music Compefition region combined with the third an nual MidWestern band Musicians from Nebras Colorado and Kansas will be A Concert Saturday The band festival will end on Saturday with a concert by a 500 piece band aided by a 500voice Officials will have complete lists of all band and chorus entries early next More than 45 bands are expected to It is understood ihat station Kansas may broad cast the massedmusic program on KFKU will broadcast the event as it has done in the Karl composer and di rector of the band will replace William Revelli of the University of Michigan on the ConttnucL on tage 2 Interstate Phone Rates Will Be Reduced June 1 WOMENS COURT VOTE STIRS UP SOME HEAT May federal communications commis sion said today interstate telephone rates in six states will be reduced June 1 by new tariffs the South western Bell Telephone Company filed this The new the commission are designed to bring the com panys interstate toll charges be tween points in Texas and part of Illinois into line with the long line of the American Telephone and Telegraph reduced last January Telephone company officials esti mated the reduction filed today would save telephone patrons in the affected states approximately a It the ninth interstate rate reduction in the com panys system Good Venetian Oklahoma Democratic Leaders Bring Charge of Party Disloyalty Against President of Clubwomen Who Voted No DEMOCRATS PLAN MEETING May approval of the Presidents su preme court plan by the council of the General Federation of Womens Clubs quickly drew heated replies today from Democratic officials of the host The Tulsa World said several party leaders voiced charges that the disloyalty of Roberta Campbell president of the to the Democratic party was prompted by her dis appointment in not getting the post of ambassador to John national Dem ocratic committeewoman for Ok lahoma declared the council vote of 285 to 66 against the plan was an insult to Oklahoma Democrats who were called on to use their influ ence in arranging the program for the She insisted that handpicked delegates brought down here to Oklahoma to take a slap at the President certainly dont represent an accurate picture of the position of six million A report wag circulated here that a Democratic meeting at Oklahoma City Monday would consider a res olution expressing confidence in the President and disapproval of the clubwomens At Oklahoma Sam Democratic state said he did not know of any move for such a resolution but if the court plan comes Im sure the Oklahoma State Democratic or ganization will endorse DUAL TO HUSKERS Nebraska Wins From 70 ii To At Kansas Stadium As Five Meet Marks Fall JAYHAWKERS WIN RELAY Five new meet records were bet tered and one was tied as Univer sity of Nebraska defeated Kansas by to 60 H in a dual meet at the stadium Harry defeated the Lloyd Ne braska in the 220yard low hurdles by a matter of It was a new meet Kansas onemile relay team won leading all the way and crossing the tape 50 yards ahead of the Sam Nebraska football tossed the shot 52 feet 2 inches to break the meet of 61 feet 7 inches made by Elwyn Dees of Kansas in Another Husker football Lloyd hung up a new meet record in the 120yard high His time was sec breaking the mark made by Trumble of Nebraska in Dale crossed the high jump bar at 6 feet 3Vi inches to break a record that had existed since The old mark was held jointly by Tom Poor Kan sas and Turner of Nebraska and was made in Richardson of Kansas ran the 220yard dash in seconds to better the mark set by Ray Fisher of Kansas in Richardson also equalled the meet record in the 100yard dash when he clipped it off in The summaries 120yard hlRh InCanl Nebraska sec ond New meet Old record made by Nebras Pole by 12 feet 7 inches first Kansas 12 feet 7 Inches third 12 feet 2 SSOyard by Ne braska second Hiph by Kan 6 feet inches Kan 6 feet inches Continued on farje 2 MORE ROOMS NEEDED Roosevelt Cruises Off Texas Coast On Fishing Trip Aboard Destroyer Headquarters Will Be Estab lished at Galveston by Presi dents White House Staff New May plenty of bait and an old spotted fishing outfit awaiting him on the Potomac off Corpus President Rosevelt cruised down the Gulf coast on the destroy er Moffett members of his white house office staff were en route to from New Orleans to set up headquarters in the Gal vez hotel after spending nearly 36 hours in this Manin a planned to send a plane to the Po with official mail from Washington as soon as he arrived in on the Gulf coast north of Corpus The vacationing under original was to have trans ferred from the Moffett to the Po tomac early last But engine trouble and a decision to spend Thursday night off Pilot at themouth of the after repairs had been set back his schedule about 12 While communication with the destroyer was maintained by Mc lntyre in New Orleans through lo cal coast guard the destroyer Schenck will be the radio contact between ship and shore after office headquarters are set up in WEDELL TO GRABS Supreme Court Justice Will Be High School Commencement Speaker May 28 ISO TO RECEIVE DIPLOMAS Hugo justice of the Kansas Supreme will be the speaker at the commencement ex ercises at Liberty Memorial high school auditorium the evening of May Neal prin cipal of the school announced The class of 1937 will have 180 members and four additional stu dents may graduate providing they make up back Howard pastor of the first Baptist will de liver the graduation sermon on Sunday May at the high school The theme of his sermon will be Some End ings That Are The senior an informal af will be held on Thursday eve May in the high school The graduation class this year has more members than in the first 12 graduating classes of the The first class grad uated in The graduating class of last year brought the total graduates of the school to and this years class will run the total well beyond the The seniors class sponsors are Marston Miss Ann Harry and Ralph The names of the class members who arc assured of graduation follows Appeal Made for Quarters to House Visiting Student Musicians The Chamber of Commerce of fice announced today that an addi tional response is needed to its plea for rooms for the housing ofvisit ing high school students expected here in connection with the regional division of the National Music Com petition Festival to be held here May and Requests for rooms for vis iting students have been received and the listing of rooms to date falls below that A fee of 50 cents per person per night will be paid to the landlady by the Listings of rooms should be called to the Chamber of Commerce thru a special telephone which has been installed for that The number is Persons listing rooms should state the number of rooms avail the nights they will be avail and whether boys or girls are Rooms will be needed on Friday and Saturday nights from May 5 to 8 The peak demand for rooms is expected onThursday and Friday i New Head Takes Charge of the Highway Patrol May former Kansas took command of the state highway patrol today under the recentlyenacted law which gives it limited police Jenkins said that 20 of the 32 members of the patrol were being retained but that all will be required to pass rigid phys ical As recreated by the recent ses sion of the the patrol may engage in police activity only upon order of its director or upon call of police chiefs or Mary Anderson Dorothy Ansdell 1nrene Bailey inn Rarnrs Virginia Bell Heirn Belli Bigsby He Ion May Bond Roberta Brewer Betty Bridces Nadine Brlcce Brown Kathleen Carter Ruth Mary Chand lor Dorothy fox Ruth Crumct Minerva Davis IjUella DeForest Helen lordon Podds Jean Doolcy Betty Dreher Mary Anna Dunk ley Frances Eherhart Merna Kmrkk Helen Evans Mary Fishhack Mildred Gobie Mary Hnnsen Kvelyn Hardins Blanche Harrell Ida Hazen Helen Heck Katherine Heck Marjorie Hetzel Marian Hicklin Winifred Hill Yavonne Hodson Eleanor Hosford Maxine Howard Lucille Hufrhcs Mary Ann Hughes Margaret Hyde Tavonne Jacobson Hazel Jensen Alice Ann Jones Madcc Jones Genevievc Johns ton Violet Betty Vt TII Lcfferd Jtianita Lefferd Bernie Mae Man ness Doris MarkUy Viviene Markley Marjorie McCarty Rose Mllligan Betty Ruth Mitch ell Annalee Moore Lucille Myers Wilma Orr Margarette Parker Virglnia Patchcn Maxine Patterson Pattie Payne Mary Pereival Margaret Ludie Perkins Mary Alice Peter sen Charlotte Piorson Lucilo neuter Natalie Rexroad Joyce Scott Berylenc Skcct Velma Snow Margaret Spence Theo Sperry Earlla Stephens Jean Stouffer Lucille Studehaker Mary Winifred Trosper Marian Tuckel Helen Turner Helen Wade Virginia Walters Betty Ware Kathryn Werges Maxine Whiting ton Ruth Wiedemann Wiggins Virginia Williams Sarah Wlnborn Phyllis Wise Juanita Wright Let ha Wulfkuhle Mable Yeaton Ruth Teomana Teddy Alford Bob Allen Jay Ambrose Arthur Anderson Charles Anderson Douglas Anderson William Arcabright Iecil Austill Jrven Avey lelbert Bailey John Baldwin Jack Beamer Harold Belt Bobby Brooks Kverett Buhler Burnett Bill Collins Ed Cooper Carlyle Dawes Wayne IMcker Joe Drake Merwin Emrick Martin Flory Vernon Flory Herbert Folks Rusty Frink Edward Gardner Bob Gaumer Lloyd Greene Joe Grcenlees Boh Guntert Delbert Hampton Junior Hand Rutherford Hayes RobertHaynes Wilmot Henderson Frank Hicks Bobby Houk Jack Houk Cecil Hultz Charles Ince Maurice Jackson Billy Johnson Ernest Johnson Ellis Kahn Dale Kephart Robert Kirby Bob Lee Bob Lorenzen Max Ixnik Dell Love Ray Lyons Aubrey Martin Lee Roy McGhee Miller Andy Mitchell Buddy Moll Rodger Montgom ery Robert Nellis Donald Norris Waldo Ott Billy Penny Robert Pine Bradford Powell Robert Price Lloyd Purccll Noel Reed Wesley Reusch Rae Riggs Budd Russell Bernard Sampson Doyle Shepard Joe Soxman George Sparling Ray Stoneback Tom Sweeney Leonard Talley Don Thompson Murray Tripp Don Van Keuren Joe Van Sickle Chester Waters Fred Wickham James Willey Dick Wise SECRETARIES ELECT HEDR1CKPRESIDENT Lawrence Man Heads State Association of of Officials DISCUSS TOUR PLANS George secretary of the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce was elected president of the Kansas Association of Chamber of Com merce secretaries at the final ses sion of the annual meeting of the organization here Hedrick succeeds secretary of the Empori Chamber of Com Earl secretary of the Garden Chamber of wag elected vice president succeed ing Rolla Stebbins of John Burke of Atchison was named secretarytreasurer of the organi zation succeeding Ralph John son of Pratt was cho sen as host city for the associations meeting next On Industrial Program George secretary of the Pittsburg Chamber of Com merce and chairman of the indus trial committee of the Kansas Chamber of led the dis cussion of the Kansas Industrial Program and the Kansas Industrial Investigation tour which will leave Kansas City on June 6 for a two weeks tour in industrial cities in the Great Lakes Weeks prefaced his remarks with a statement of the work of the in dustrial committee of the Kansas Chamber of Commerce organized a year He said that it is gen erally known that industrial de velopment in the United States has been brought about mainly thru the establishment and growth of manufacturing plants encour aged by local management and community The committee has proposed sev eral tasks in preparation for the exploitation of industry in the fact finding thru the preparation of a catalog of natural raw materials and semi finished com pilation of market data to discover demand in Kansas for products that might be manufactured in the cataloging agricultural prod ucts which have possibilities for production in Kansas for process ing ing the adequacy of industrial credit and financing facilities in the state beyond the scope of banking laws and banking The Kansas Industrial Investiga tion Tour is the first proposed idea for promotion of the Weeks pointed out that the tour is not an idea for the direct selling of Kansas to the cities to be visited but of the idea to sell industry to Tour to Start June 6 The trip will be made by special train leaving Knsas City at mid night of June Louis will be the stop and plants for the manufacturing of shoes and chem icals will be In Ohio various phases of the rubber industry will be investigated and at Mellon Carnegie steel and one of the worlds largest canneries will be From Pittsburgh the train will go to Buffalo where the manufac ture of and tex tiles will be The next stop will be in Cleveland where the Great Lakes Exposition grounds will be In Toledo the manufacture of glass and plastics will be seen and from there the group will go to Detroit for visits in plants engaged in the manufacture of auto and In Battle the health food plants will be visited and in paper manufac turing plants will be last stop will be made in Chicago where the plants engaged in the manufacture of agricultural implements will be visited in addi tion to visits to a variety of other Favorable Conditions Warren industrial com missioner of the Wichita Chamber of spoke briefly follow ing Weeks He stressed the importance of creating industrial confidence in the He pointed out that Kansas lab and raw material are all con ducive to the location of industry in the Other raembers of the industrial committee of the Kansas Chamber of Commerce in addition to Weeks and Blazier are Charles Sa lina Topeka Coffeyville George Hed Lawrence John Great and Ray Kansas all secretaries of their local Chamber of Com EIGHT PAGES HStler Renews Church War By Warning Clergy Not To Destroy Spirit Morals Criticisms Will Result in Withdrawal of He Declares May Hitler threatened bluntly today to with draw the clergymans license from any who try to disturb our com munity He lashed out at opposition Catholic and a speech at the often the scene of wildly cheering Nazi gatherings But todays reaction was one of moderate Some gathered in the huge square between the mu seum and the former imperial pal An unbroken wall of 45fool swastika banners flanked the square on both Many women and some men fainted under the hot If anybody tries through ency or other religious measures to disturb our community we will simply withdraw the clergymens license from Hitler It will not do for certain circles to criticize our morals when they have the greatest reason to be con cerned about morals in their own Hitlers speech provided further repercussions of the fight between Naziism and Hitler also aimed a side blow at he controlled the destinies of Soviet He said None of the leadership has arisen from the they are ruled by another The workers cheered NUMBER 104 LEGAL BEER SOLD IN COUNTY TODAY All Retail Places in County Must Have Applied for Licenses SUDS AND SUITS IN Much Litigation in Prospect to Determine Limits of Legal Beer in Kansas THE BREW LAWFUL TODAY May wel comed legal beer today after a statutory absence of 56 years from the state where Carry Nations hatchet once hacked The beveragt now legalized has been sold in muny cities along with more potent varieties since the nation deserted prohibition but it was without benefit of without benefit to state Prosecutors strove in vain to find juries which woulc hold the bev erage Today while the thirsty quaffed the first legal beer since May the state long was known as bone had not only a new source of revenue but of lawsuits as Attorney Genera Clarence estimated as many as 50 may fie necessary to decide all One suit pend ing in the right to zone against sale 300 feet of a thus cutting off a drug stores Holders of j federal malt beverage permits tpok inventories of stocks upon the state re quires payment of f fve cents a gal lon in The styte also collects a year from j wholesale dis Outsfde distributors must establish branches in Kansas if they are to Cities and count will collect license fees from ranging from to a A special license of a yejar will permit sale in grocery stores by the pack John of state chairman of the united dry protested the legalizing per cent alcoholic content by volumit and by really permitted four per cent A fifteen ounce bottle of four per cent beer has much alcohol in it as does the one and onehalf ounce he declaring it thus intoxicating and in violation of the state constitu Walter a Dem said of the legislation This will make enforcement of the prohibitory law more effec Charles Banker Wins Class D Spelling Tide STOCK MARKET INDEX Average of 60 stocks terday Yes Charles 1154 East Fif teenth is champion Class D speller of the thru having won the county contest for persons of 50 years or held at the court house this Only three persons took part in the spell which was oral with state Class D champion last doing the Route and Route were the other Robinson went dowh on the word and Kemp fell out on the word Banker and Kemp qualified as Douglas county representatives for the state Class D contest to be held at Topeka nest Ford 702 Vt HAMILTON ON RADIO Republican Chairman Will Open Broadcast Series Tonight May publican Chairman John silent on national issues since the November will discuss talk of political realign ments tonight in a broadcast ad The speech over the NBC Red Network from to 9 GST will begin a series scheduled for successive Hamilton told reporters the de cision to speak at this time was his own Communicating with party work ers in the field he said Roosevelt support had been dimin ished by the supreme court reor ganization bill and his delay in taking any positive stand on sit down This message was contained in the first issue of the Republican a four page pamphlet which spoke of union of Republi cans and a substantial group in the Democratic party on the court and other His hurt and disillusioned sup and there are many of said Hamilton of the Pres are pondering a new po litical They may turn to different leadershi in their oyn They mav turn to the Republi can If they do turn to they have the right to ask our stand on various issuesj If they ask us about sitdown I would go farther than simply expressing my opposition to I would I believe the overwhelming majority of our party would am against sit down but I am against un fair employers SHERIFF WILL CHECK Beer up to strength legal in Douglas county and its cities at 6 today with noticeable drop in potency of tha brew customers have been getting for the past year or With beer sellers obliged to clear their stocks of anything abovo the it reported that many glasses of the higher test beverage were given away lastt i The price per case was also re duced It was said that dozens of cases of standard brands went for about During the past few weeks quita a few persons stocked up on the higher test One man is ret ported to have bought 30 Purchases of six to a dozen cases were not No New Ordinances Lawrence and Eudora both have had city ordinances licensing for the past year or more new ordiance has been enacted by either as present licenses cover to July Lawrence collected a year from retailers of beer unden the old ordinance and Eudora a Lecompton town council passed an ordinance at a special meet ing last Monday setting the beer license at the minimum of foff all types of One applica tion for a license there has beert granted to John Baldwin has not previously lic ensed and the council has taken no action on a beer ordin There is no indication that anyone will apply for a license in is was said but it is expected that should the council pass an ordinance the license fee of a year would be Until the new Kansas beer law legalized beer up to Baldwin could not per mit sale of beer under the deeds to property in the town which stipulated that conviction of sala of intoxicating liquor on the prop erty voided the deed and the land would revert to the Kansas Ed ucational Liquor Ban in Deed The original grant of 800 acresj for the Baldwin townsite by thq Palmyra Townshipassociation eluded the liquor Now thatf the state law legalizes beer up to per cent test there may arise a question of whether the towrt council could refuse to license any one making proper application for a In Douglas county 12 applica tions for a beer license were on file with the board of county com who will meet but who will not be able to pass on any of them at that time unless township boards have notified the commissioners by then that they are in favor of or against issuing the The township boards have 10 days to protest after an application is filed and notice send to the township board by tered There were some 20 places sell ing beer in the county prior trt according to Sheriff Fred He has announced that only those who have an on file at the office of the county clerk will be permitted to sell beer1 from now He planned to make a checkup late today and tonight to see that beer is not being sold bv those who failed to make ap plication for a Five More Applications Five applications for beer li censes not previously announced are Lucas highway Palmyra township Louis New Mar Fifteenth and Prospect Wakarusa township Hampton Tonys highway Lecompton township Carol Mil Millers highway 40 near Mud Creek Grant township Roscoe Mid land grant A PLEASANT SUNDAY Mild and Sunshiny Weather Fore cast for Kansas May IP A mild sun shiny week end was forecast today for Kansas by federal who predicted tem peratures this afternoon and Sun dav would range between 75 and 80 and probably He said the mercury would drop no lower than 50 degrees tonight in eastern Kansas and 45 degrees in western No frost was reported last night in any part of The weather outlook next week is for very little precipita Flora with tempera tures near All of which raeans a good week end for farm he com Rain is badly needed in western he THE WEATHER Kansas Forecast Fair tonight and Sunday some what cooler in not no cool in southeast portion tonight rising temperature in northwest portion Morning weather Clear except cloudy at Garden City and Coffey ville The Temperatures Gas Record 1 yesterday 67 7 today Noon today Maximum yesterday Minimum today 75 45   

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