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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Ada, Oklahoma % k a a a Al it of till it new t is la i Page two the Ada evening news monday april 19, 1937 Wall Street cautious new York april 19.�? selective strength appeared in today s Stock Market but the list As a whole was unable to work up much vigor. While there was a sprinkling of new years highs and some rubbers coppers steels and specialities were on the upside throughout coppers steels and specialities were on the upside through out an assortment of losers at the close and several new lows were in evidence. Trading forces generally inclined to stick to the safety zones while waiting for possible Market clues in the presidents forthcoming Relief message. Dealings dragged from the Start. Transfers were around 800,000 shares the smallest in months. Steels had the Benefit of official estimates placing current Mill operations at 91.3 per cent of capacity up i Point from last week at the Best rate since August 1929. Actual tonnage was said to have established a record for the Industry. New York stocks by the associated press Al. Chem. Amp Dye. 239. Amerada Oil 104 1-2. Am. Int. 15 3-4. Am. Roll. Mill. 37 1-8. Am. Steel frs. 56 5-8. Am. Tel. Amp Tel. 168. Anaconda 57 1-8. Atch. T. Amp s. F. 82 1-2. At. Ref. 33. Auburn Auto 31 1-4. Barnsdall 32 3-8. Bethlehem steel 90 1-2. Cerro de Pasco 72 3-4. Ches. Amp Ohio 61 1-4. Chickasha Cotton Oil 18. Chrysler 116 1-2. Con. Oil 16 7-8. Cont. Can 56 3-4. Con. Oil Del. 47 1-8. Eastman Kodak 159. General electric 54 3-4. General motors 59 1-8. Hazel Atlas Glass 105. Houston Oil 14 1-2. Hudson motors 20 1-2. Mid cont. Pet. 32 7-8. Mont. Ward 61. Ohio Oil 22. Packard motor to 3-8. Phillips pet. 57 1-8. Pure Oil 21 1-2. Radio to 5-8. Rey. Toh. B 51. St. Joseph Lead 56 1-2. Shell Union 31 1-2. Simmons 51 7-8. Skelly Oil 58 1-2. Socony vacuum 19 7-8. Standard Oil Cal. 46 5-8. Standard Oil ind. 46 3-4. Standard Oil n. J. 69 1-8. Studebaker 16 1-2. Texas corp. 63 7-8. Texas Pac. L. To. 13. Tidewater Assn. 19. Union Gas Imp. 13 7-8. U. S. Rubber 64. U. S. Steel 111 1-8. U. S. Steel pad. 143 1-2. West. In. Tel. 71 1-4. Woolworth 52. New York curbs Ark. Nat. Gas a 9 3-8. Asso. G. Amp e. 3 1-4. Blue Ridge 3. Cities service 4. Cities service pad. 52 1-4. Eagle Picher Lead 22. Al. Bond amp share 20 3-4. Fisk rubber 16. Ford motor can a 23 1-4. Gulf Oil a. 59 3-4. Lone Star Gas to 7-8. Niagara h. Power 12 3-4. Livestock Oklahoma City april 19.�? cps u. S. Dept. Agr a cattle 1,900. Calves 700 steady to weak Odd lots medium shorted steers and mixed lots 8.00-9.00 Best held considerably higher Load medium heifers 7.60 Butcher heifers 5.00-7.00 few Good beef cows to 7.00-25 other largely 4.50-6.50 Low cutters and cutters 2.75-4.00 bulls 4.50 to 5.75 veal ers and calves mostly 8.50 Down stockers 5.00-7.00 few to 7.50. Hogs 1,400 open steady close mostly to higher Packer top 9.90 Small killers paying to 10.00 bulk Good to Choice 180 to 300 Tbs 9.65 to 9.90 lighter weights Down to 9.00 and below packing sows unchanged at 9.00-25 Stags 8.50 Down. Sheep 300 fat lambs sharply higher native springers upward to 12.35 mostly 50 higher fed wooled lambs quotable to 12.00 sheep scarce and Little changed. Kansas City april 19.cp a u. S. Dept. Agr a hogs 2,-000 fairly Active mostly five to to higher than fridays average practical top 10.05 part Load 10.10 Good to Choice 190 lbs up 9.85-10.05 140-170 lbs 8.75-9.75 sows 9.15-50 a few 9.60 Stock pigs scarce. Cattle 11.000 calves 2,000 fed steers and yearlings opening steady to Strong some buying interests however going slow other killing classes mostly steady cows comparatively scarce stockers and feeders steady Good size quota of stockers offered few loads 1287 lbs Colorado steers 12.85 several of Good Grade with weight 11.50-12.00 Choice year boots and her Buddie Ling heifers 10.50-65 Butcher cows 5.50-7.00 Good to Choice dealers 8.00-10.00 medium to Choice stockers and feeders 6.25-8.50 a few loads of Choice stockers 8.75. Sheep 8,000 no Early sales asking 25 to 40 higher Best wooled lambs and springers held above 12.75. East St. Louis 111., april 19. A a u. S. Dept. hogs 16,000 Active steady to 5 higher than Friday top 10.30 freely bulk 190-250 lbs 10.20-30 170-180 lbs 9.90-10.15 140-160 lbs 9.10-65 100-130 lbs 7.15-8.75 sows mostly 9.50-65. Cattle 3,200, calves 2,300 opening fully steady on steers sow stuff and bulls mixed yearlings and heifers steady to Strong dealers 25 lower Fop 10.00 a few steers of medium to Good types 8.90-10.50 mixed yearlings and heifers 7.25-9.25 beef cows 5.50-6.50 cutters 3.75-5.00 top sausage bulls 6.50 nominal Range Slaughter steers 7.00 to 13.50, Slaughter heifers 6.50 to 11.00. Poultry and produce Chicago april 19. A Ltd it a poultry live no cars in 2 due 17 trucks steady hens Over 5 lbs 18, 5 lbs and less 19 1-2, leghorn hens 16 1-2 fryers coloured 23, White Rock 24, Plymouth rocks 26, bareback 19-21, leghorn 21 roosters 13, leghorn roosters 12 coloured Springs Over 3 lbs 24, Plymouth Rock Springs 26, White Rock Springs 25 turkeys hens 20. Toms 16. No. 2 turkeys 15 ducks heavy White 16, heavy coloured 16, Small White 14, Small coloured 14 geese la. Butter 8,096, weak Creamery specials 93 score 30 3-4 to 31 1-4 extras 92 30 1-4, extra firsts 90-91 29 3-4 to 30 firsts 88-89 29 to 29 1-2 standards 90 centralized Carlots 30 1-2. Eggs 41,468, unsettled. Extra firsts local 22 1-4, cars 22 1-2 fresh graded firsts local 21 1-2, cars 22 current receipts 20 3-4 storage packed extras 23 1-4, storage packed firsts 23. Kansas City april 19.-xt produce eggs 19 1-4 Creamery butter 31 1-2 butterfat 26 to 28 packing butter 18. Poultry hens 12 1-2 to 15 1-2 roosters 9 toll Springs 23 broilers 17 to 19. Potatoes Chicago april 19.up a u. S. Dept. Agr a potatoes 135 on track 231 total u. S. Shipments 877 saturday 74 sunday old Stock Idaho russet demand Good Market steady other stocks demand slow Market Dull sacked per cwt. Idaho russet Burbanks u. S. No. I 2.50-75 mostly 2.65-70 u. S. No. 2, 2.35 Maine Green Mountain u. S. No. I few sales 2.25-40 Texas Bliss triumphs u. S. No. I 3.60 to 4.00 according to Quality car showing some decay 2.00 u. S. No. 2, few sales 2.75 Louisiana Bliss triumphs u. S. No. I fair Quality showing dirty car 3.00. Grain Chicago april 19. A Imp it a wheat scored a maximum Rise of 4 1-8 cents a Bushel in Chicago late today. Much enlarged Export demand for Canadian wheat was an outstanding late Factor together with astonishing reversal of trend in trans Atlantic markets. May delivery of wheat led the upturns of wheat prices Here. At the close wheat was i cent to 2 7-8 above saturdays finish May 1.33 3-8 to 5-8, july 1.21 3-8 to 1-2, Corn 3-4 to 3 cents up. May 1.27 3-4 to 7-8, july 1.17 1-2 to 5-8, and Oats i cent off to 5-8 up. Spot Grain Chicago april 19�?cp a Cash wheat no. I dark hard 1.38 1-4 Sample Grade hard 1.34. Corn no. 3 mixed 1.38 no. 4 mixed 1.33 1-2 no. 2 hard yellow 1.39 1-2 no. 3 yellow 1.35-39 no. 4 yellow 1.32-36 1-2 no. 3 White 1.35-39 no. 4 White 1,34 3-4 to 1.35 Sample Grade 1.13 1-2. Oats no. I White 56 3-4 to 57 no. 2 White 55 to 56 no. 3 White 55 1-4 to 1-2 Sample Grade 54-55. Urain futures Chicago april 19.�? add open close wheat May. 1.324-3 1.33% % july 1.21 -22% 1.21% % sep. 1.19 -19% 1.18% % corny May new 1.264-27 1.27% % May old 1.25 1.25% july new 1.184-19 1.174 % july old 1.1 fi�?T4 sep. 1.094-10 1.08v Oats May 50 49% 4 july 4r4 % 45% % sep. 43 v % 41% % Cotton new York april 19.-Lpl-a further upturn in foreign commodity markets after last week s break brought in Active commission House and foreign buying in Cotton today. Early advances of approximately is a Bale however attracted realizing and Southern hedging and prices reacted partially from the Best. July eased from 13.52 to 13.38 and in mid afternoon was close to the Low for the Day with prices generally 6 to 8 Points net higher. The Market eased in late trading under increased liquidation new Orleans and commission House Selling. Cotton futures new York april 19.�? apr Cotton futures closed barely steady 5 to 14 lower. Prey. Open High Low clone clone May july. Oct. _ dec. Jan. 13.56 13.24 13.25-26 13.39 13.52 13.23 13.23-25 13.32 13.27 13.00 13.00-01 13.67 13.20 12.92 12.92-93 13.00 12.97 12.97 13.02 ,18.21 much. 13.24 12.98 12.98 18.0 spot quiet middling 13.85. New Orleans april 19,�? a Cotton futures closed barely steady at net decline of 5 to 14 Points. Prey. Open High Low close clone May 13.88 13.44 13.11 13.11-12 13.25 july 13.40 13.45 13.15 13.15-16 18.25 of. 13.18 13.20 12.96 12.56 13.01 dec. ---13.22 13.24 13.00 13.02 13.26 13.26 13.04 13.04-13.30 13.30 13.08 13.08 Jan. Much 13.07 13.10 13.14 in had the scenes in Washington by Rodney Dutcher Ada news Washington correspondent Washington april 19�?the chief lessons our own military experts have Learned from the warfare in Spain have to do with psychology and morale. Although it has sometimes been said that Spain has become a proving ground for the armies of the world and their weapons of death army officers Here say Little if anything new has been Learned about those weapons or their relative effectiveness. But it has been demonstrated at Madrid that terrific bombardments from the air do not necessarily demoralize a civilian population even if carried on for months. On the contrary it is pointed out informally at the War department bombardment appears to have stiffened the morale of the Madrid population by intensifying the anger of the people. Madrid is the first Large City Ever to sustain such a severe attack from the air and it was never possible to be sure As to these Points before. The effect might have been different had the Poison Gas bombs been dropped but the experts Here say Poison Gas is not very effective in a City that it is hard for planes to achieve concentration in a Gas bombardment and that it is relatively easy for citizens of a City to protect themselves from Gas. These considerations rather than any of humanity Are believed to explain the failure to drop Gas on Madrid. On the other hand the apparently Low morale of italian troops in Spain when under severe attack has also impressed american military strategists. It is believed that Mussolini failed to a whoop them up with the proper amount of emotion and War hysteria that they found themselves on foreign soil without conviction that they were fighting for a holy cause of any sort and that this Lack of a proper admixture of bitterness Zeal and patriotism helps explain their willingness to Retreat when fighting became fierce. The Spanish loyalist troops on the other hand have been imbued Dith hatred and the conviction that they were fighting for their lives Home and Freedom against an invader. Infantry still Basic stressing the fact that the Spanish War would be much More instructive if one Strong Power were fighting another and each was using its Best men and materials general staff officers nevertheless Are insistent that it has demonstrated their Contention that air planes tanks artillery machine guns an Dall new or improved wrinkles of warfare Are simply auxiliaries to infantry. No territory or strategic Point can be captured or held without an adequate Force of infantry they Point out and the Spanish War has shown no change in infantry tactics. Mechanized units meaning tanks or other armed and armoured vehicles Are said not to have proved especially effective although they re far speedier and More deadly than they were in the world War. The rebels have received All their new planes and major armaments from Germany or Italy and the loyalists theirs from Russia or France according to War department information. Italian bombers have been conspicuous but russian Pursuit planes have done the most outstanding work. The latter appear to be a combination of Pursuit and attack plane. A hedge hopping and spraying ground troops with machine gun fire they have proved that this method of warfare can be extremely effective either in delaying reinforcements or in actual attack when supported by infantry. Also noteworthy according to our army men Are the Spanish governments 20 millimetre machine guns which can fire 200 shots a minutes and Are said to be capable of penetrating tanks. A a car Chiess More effective anti aircraft guns Are shown to have developed immensely since the world War. A new director correcting for barometric pressure wind and Many other factors operates electrically to keep guns of an entire Battery aunt Penny speaking freckles and his friends a disturbing element by Blosser that Wenc cfc3courrt 0� Quot two trained on an enemy plane with each gun firing 20 to 25 shots a minutes. The High explosive shells when exploding each create a danger area for planes As Large As a football Field. Antiaircraft guns have brought Down 80 per cent of the planes disabled. At first Franco with German batteries and German trained Crews had a monopoly on antiaircraft effectiveness. But Madded which had the equipment from the beginning has recently appeared to have effective trained personnel to Man them. Our military men done to know which Side will win the War. They say that s because no one knows whether Mussolini will insist on bringing in More arms and More troops. Ada Garden clubs ask cooperation of kiwanis club in movement plan for making Ada a the Beauty spot of the Southwest were discussed by leaders of Ada Garden club at the noon luncheon of the Ada kiwanis club today. Kewanian Jack Emanuel was in charge of the program. Mrs. C. W. Zorn talked on a what Ada Garden clubs have done a tracing the Progress made by local units since their organization several years ago. Mrs. Guy Logsdon speaking on a maims of the Garden clubs a outlined briefly plans of local Garden club units to interest private property owners to cooperate in a citywide beautification Campaign and to effect improvements in Public place and properties. Mrs. W. J. Whatley in asking that the kiwanis club cooperate with the movement said it is the intention of Garden clubs to make a Garden conscious and to enlist cooperation of various organizations in the City in a concerted Effort to beautify the City. Miss Sarah Keltner presented three accordion solos which were enthusiastically received. County judge John Boyce Mckee and Joe Walker were guests at the meeting. Out of City i anians attending the luncheon were w. J. Harris and r. W. Dris kill Pauls Valley accompanied by their wives. The Ada kiwanis club will be in charge of the program at an inter club meeting to be held at Holdenville wednesday evening. Inter club chairman w. O. Smith of the Ada club said that a Large crowd of Kiwan ians and their wives Are expected to go to Holdenville from Ada to attend the meeting. Oveis deficit falling Revenue alarms president Calls conference on budget Washington april 19�?ibft a president Roosevelt arranged a conference late today with ten congressional leaders and department aides to go Over revised budget estimates for the next fiscal year. Faced with the possibility of a Large deficit he was expected to emphasize holding Down Relief and other costs in View of the material drop in revenues below last january a estimates. The revised budget figures were expected to be reviewed in a message the president will Send to Congress about wednesday giving the next fiscal years Relief estimates. The conference was called on the same Day the Treasury began a new borrowing operation opening bids on $50,000,000 of discount Bills issued in anticipation of third Quarter income tax receipts in mid september. Secretary Morgenthau said the weekly $50,000,000 borrowing would continue indefinitely. The plan aroused speculation by Federal financial authorities As to whether further Bond issues would be necessary in june when $300,000,000 of discount Bills come due confident w Ith june 15 tax receipts. I this speculation May be set at rest by the figures in the presidents message to Congress on revised budget estimates for the 1937 and 1937 fiscal year. Notables summoned invited to the White House conference were vice president Garner speaker Bankhead Secretary Morgenthau Daniel w. Bell acting budget director senators Robinson of Arkansas Harrison of Mississippi and Byrnes of South Carolina and representatives Rayburn of Texas Taylor of Colorado and Houghton of North Carolina. The president continued to work on his Relief message during the Day. In his january budget message he said the budget for the next fiscal year would be practically balanced if Relief costs were held to $1,537,000,000. Congressional leaders have predicted the president would suggest an appropriation some where Between $1,125,000,000 and $1,-500,000,000. Last week the chief executive called attention to the falling off in anticipated tax receipts and asked All departments to economize in spending during the remainder of this fiscal year to prevent a Large deficit. Number five stration. May make sales tax permanent rep. Leon Phillips minority group in the House was ready for a last ditch fight against making the sales tax permanent. The Chain store tax conference was expected to get together either late today or tomorrow to Complete a report Hill said. A a we la have a final report ready for action in both houses within a few Days a he predicted. With House opposition to his $35,000,000 Road Bill effectively beaten Down last week Allen g. Nichols president pro tempore of the Senate pressed the conference committee on the Bill to modify an amendment inserted by rep. Chambers holding expenditures under the Bill to $10,000,000 this year and a maximum of $6,250,-000 for a following year. Nichols said the Highway commission should be allowed to Issue $10,000,000 in notes for each of the next two years. By the end of that time he predicted the people would be so pleased with the result of the Road building program that an additional $50,000,000 note Issue could be authorized by the next legislature bringing the total to $85,000,000. Building Bonds proposed floor Leader James c. Nance predicted a 50 per cent Cut in the Bill introduced Friday in the Senate by e. P. Hill Mcalester calling for issuance of $10,000,000 in institutional building Bonds backed by Oil Revenue from state Capitol lands. A if the institutions get $5,000,-000, it will go a Long Way toward financing new buildings a he said. A i think the Bill will be Nance said he would ask the House this week to pass two More measures revising tax Laws. One would re enact the 4-cent gasoline tax. The other would Amend the corporation License tax statute but would not change the rates. The state Constitution provided that All tax Bills must be on the governors desk five Days before final adjournment. If the Revenue measures All Are cleared this week a which Many legislators believe cannot be done sine die adjournment could be reached about May i. Most agreed May 7 or 8 was a More Likely Date. A group of w Estern Oklahoma newspaper publishers who met yesterday at Cordell sent telegrams today to senators and representatives urging defeat of the a fair trades Bill and dental Board measure due for final passage. The publishers contend the Bills were unfair and w Ould lower newspaper advertising revenues. The a fair trades Bill would permit manufacturers of Trade marked articles to establish minimum retail prices for their products. The dental Bill would ban advertising by dentists. The Senate Revenue and taxation committee began consideration today of two measures designed to exempt aviation Gaso by Martin be All Tull pc Amo Voith ill ukes of Voo line from the states four cent tax. Another measure before the committee would revise procedure for making refunds of gasoline tax paid on fuel used in agricultural work. Chairman Joe Whitaker said he would Call up in the Senate this afternoon a one or All three of the major Revenue Bills now before the upper chamber the beverage License the motor vehicle mileage and the Auto licence measures. Whitaker said an Effort would be made to dispose of these Revenue Bills before the end of the week. Whitaker who also is chairman of the conference committee on the two per cent sales tax still was undecided when he would Call his committee together. If the Chain store tax conference committee meets tonight he said then the sales tax conference probably would be called for tomorrow. Wins two Gies softball team managers to meet tonight decide league schedule there will be a meeting tonight monday at 8 of clock at the office of the Ada news at which managers of All softball teams Here will decide on league games for the 1937 season. Coca cola bottlers took a twin Bill from the St Nolind pipelines sunday afternoon winning 12-5 and 5-3. A Crow d estimated at 500 watched the games. New uniforms of red yellow and Green made the c. C. Bottlers a colourful team indeed. Sid Griffin first baseman has been elected Field Captain and will assist manager Glenn Todd. Exhibition games this week include Johnson is. St Nolind wednesday at Hayes Phillips 66 is. Johnsons Bakers Friday at Hayes next sunday the c. C. Bottlers will play the Hazel Atlas team of Mill Creek at that City. Batteries of sunday s games were first games coca cola Hayes and h. Todd St Nolind Cummings and Truitt second games coca cola g. Todd and s. Griffin St Nolind Broom and Truitt. Score by innings first game coca cola 042 210 3�?12 St Nolind Ooi too 4�? 5 second game coca cola 004 too 1�?5 St Nolind Oil too 1�?3 soil conference w. B Johnson Earl Chandler Othar Floyd and probably others will go to Durant tuesday to attend a soil conference conducted by specialists from the a. Amp m. College. The conference will be at the Southeastern state teachers College and any one interested in the preservation and improvement of the soils is invited to attend. The program will begin at 9 30 tuesday morning and continue through most of the Day. Prominent men in soil conservation will be present and go Over the problems that face the land owners and All residents in the Southeastern part of the state. La a a a �937 by Eca se8v.ce no t rec u g. Pat Royal Dana representing the Commonwealth fund of new York is scheduled to arrive in Ada tuesday morning to begin his w Ork As supervising architect of the Valley View Hospital. Work on the buildings has already started and will be pushed along As rapidly As possible. Or. Dana will probably be Here until the buildings have been completed. Norris has new amendment plan Washington april 19�?%p> a senator Norris ind neb proposed today that constitutional amendments be ratified by popular majority vote in two thirds of the states. Thrusting yet another Factor into the controversy Over the Constitution and the judiciary he suggested replacing the amending clause of the fundamental charter with one designed to simplify Speed and reduce the Cost of the amending process. Grasshopper plague coining Stillwater april 19�?upi�? c. F. Stiles Oklahoma a. And m. College entomologist said today Oklahoma will have another Grasshopper plague this summer. He said Grasshopper eggs now Are in Good condition and w ill Hatch Between May i and May 15. Stories in Stamps by i s Klein first English colonist the interesting lesson that has been planned. Mrs. Alma of Connor and miss Florence Farr spent the weekend in Oklahoma City visiting friends. A la through his younger years sir Humphrey Gilbert dreamed of plans that would enable him to find thai mysterious a Northwest passage across the newly discovered America to a Cathay a a step brother of sir Walter Raleigh he petitioned Queen Elizabeth for permission to make the trip but it was not until 1578 that he gained his coveted charter by that time he had reached Fame a a Public official his final voyage was a failure again in 1583, he set sail with five ships and six weeks later arrived at what is now Newfoundland. On the site of St Johns he set up the first English Colony in North America returning to England with two of his ships he boarded the 10-ton frigate. Sparrow refusing safer voyage on the much larger Golden Hind. One night the lights of the Sparrow suddenly went out and in in moment the ship and All its complement a detoured by the sea sir Humphrey was Only 44 Newfoundland in 1933 issued a �2 set of Stamps j commemorating sir Humphreys a colonization of i that country 400 years earlier one stamp shows the discoverers portrait. Copyright. 1937. Nea service inc a next what Aram Quot horned horses�?�7 19 mrs. Fooshee to give review of White banners guests in the Home of g. G. Davis Over the past weekend were or. And mrs. Jack Davis and daughters Jean and Geneva 1 or. And mrs. Kenneth Humphrey and Arthur Reed of Dallas Tex. Suggests Public forum Morgantown. W. Va., april to a up a superintendent of schools Floyd b. Cox said a Bill will be introduced in Congress today calling for an appropriation of $2,200,000 for the establishment of Public forums for adult civic education. Cox who wrote the measure said sponsors will be senator Josh Lee d of Oklahoma and representative Jennings Randolph d of West Virginia. Country club dance thursday april 22 for members and out of town guests music by Gene Campbell and his Oklahoma club orchestra Jglen in i Home owned Home operated la mrs. W. M. Fooshee will give a Book review on a White banners a by Lloyd c. Douglas at the regular meeting of the girls Friendly society tuesday night at 7 30 of clock at the episcopal Parish House. Mothers of the members of the society will be guests. Limo Daushis club to have meeting tuesday evening tuesday evening at 6 30 of clock members of the Limo Daushis club will hold their regular meeting in the banquet room of the first Christian Church. This meeting will be held in the form of a covered dish supper. Mrs. J. G. Arrington will Lead Hopkins plus comedy new Mcswain today tues wed matinee 10c-25c night _______10c-25c-35c the hit picture of this or any other year n Quot Waikiki wedding Bob Burns Martha Raye Bing Crosby Shirley Ross . A a Vav i ill Home owned Home operated Loc Al a 20c monday tuesday Victor Mclaglen june Lang Peter Lorre in ii Nancy Steele is missing Quot 10c Ritz 15c monday tuesday their big fun hit we. Powell Carole Lombard in Quot my Man Godfrey la featuring pop Moore s oklahoman swing music dance specially

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