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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1939, Ada, OklahomaPage two the Ada evening news tuesday february 7, 1939 markets a markets at a glance by tic Tress new York stocks lower leaders in slow Retreat. Bonds mixed rails slant downward. Curb Down aircraft. Sold. Foreign Exchange steady Sterling franc improve. Cotton lower foreign sell ing. Sugar improved cuban and Trade covering. Coffee quiet nearby Liquida Tion. Chicago wheat fractions lower mild liquidation. Corn unchanged to slightly lower in sympathy with wheat and lard declines. Cattle yearlings and Light steers steady to Strong others mixed. Hogs steady to 20 of. Wall Street slow new. York feb. Up _ leading stocks did a reverse crawl in today s Market. With the ticker tape barely moving throughout the proceed Ings losses ranged from fractions to a Point or so at the worst. Transfers were around shares. Mild buying at the close lifted quotations above their lows Kansas City feb. U. S. Dept. Slow mostly 10 to 15 lower than monday s average top 7.45 Good to Choice 160 to 250 ibs 7.25 to 7.45 heavier weights slow sows 6.25 to 6.50. Butchers 6.60. Cattle 3.300 calves 500 beef steers and yearlings opening slow steady demand rather in different for Good to near Choice lots other killing classes of cattle steady dealers steady to 50 lower stickers and feeders steady to easier Early sales fed steers 8.65 to 10.00 several shipments held around 10.00 to 10.75 Choice heavy heifers 10.00 part Load mixed yearlings 10.50 most fat cows 5.50 to 6.25 few Good heavy cows 6.50 to 7.00 Choice dealers mostly. To 10.50, few 11.00. Sheep lambs generally Strong to 25 higher other killing classes about steady Early sales fed lambs 8.40 to 8.65 higher natives held above -8.50 defense measure to floor soon House military committee seeks to wind up work on legislation fall shorn yearlings 7.00 top ewes 4.60. In some cases. Failure of the list to follow through on the run up of the utilities yesterday tended to chill sentiment brokers said. Business news was comforting in spots but some traders adjourned to Neutral territory on the theory last week s recovery push called for a Little hesitancy in markets at this time. In addition speculative Atten Tion was again focused on Europe As the imminent conclusion of the Spanish War was expected to bring a new lineup in the for eign political Arena. Prominent stocks on the Down Ward Drift included North american consolidated Edison Commonwealth Southern preferred u. S. Steel Bethlehem general motors Chrysler u. S. Rubber United aircraft Westinghouse Kennicott Santa Texas corp. And Montgomery Ward. Gains were posted for Cerro de Pasco International Telephone Goodrich and Glenn Martin. Poultry and produce Chicago feb. Try live 1 car 36 trucks steady Springs 4 its up White Rock 21, under 4 ibs White Rock 17 1-2 geese 14 .1-2 other prices unchanged. Dressed turkeys steady prices unchanged. Butter steady prices unchanged. Eggs firm fresh graded extra firsts local 16 3-4. Cars 17, firsts local 16 1-2, cars 16 3-4 current receipts 16. Bonds and mixed. Commodities were new York stocks by the aug cited press Al. Chem. Dye. 171 1-2. Amerada 63. Am. Roll. Mill. 18. Am. Steel frs. 32 1-4. Am. T. 157 1-4. Anaconda 38 3-4. A. T. S. F. 34 3-8. At. Ref. 22 1-4. Barnsdall 16. Beth. Steel 66 7-8. Cerro de Pasco 41 1-2. Ches. Ohio 33 3-4. Chrysler 74 1-4. Cons. Oil 8 3-8. Cont. Can. 38 3-4. Con. Oil Del. 27 1-8. Dupont 148. Eastman Kodak 174 3-8. Gen. Elec. 40 1-2. Gen. Mills 77 1-4. Gen. Mot. 4t 3-4. Houston Oil 6 7-8. Hudson Mot. 7. Int. T. T. 8 3-4. Mid cont. Pet. 14 3-4. Mont. Ward 48 3-8. Nash Kelv. T 3-4. Ohio Oil 8 7-8. Packard Mot. 4 1-8. Phil. Pet. 39 1-2. Proc. Gam. 56 1-2. Pure Oil 9 1-8. Radio 7 1-8. Rey. Tob. A 40 5-8. Sears. Roe. 70 3-4. St. Joseph old. 41. Shell in. 13 1-8. Simmons 28 1-4. Skelly 23 1-2. Soc. Vac. 12 1-2. Std. Oil Cal. 28. Std. Oil ind. 27. Std. Oil n. J. 49 Stude. 7 1-4. Tex. Corp. 43 1-4. Tex. Pac. L. To. 8 1-4. Tideway. 13. Union carb. 84. United g. Imp. 12 3-4. U. S. Rubber 43 3-8. U. S. Steel 58 5-8. U. S. Steel pad. 116. West in. Tel. 21 1-4. Willys Over. 2 5-8. Woolworth 48 5-8. Potatoes Chicago feb. S. Dept. Agr potatoes 77, on track 353, total u. S. Shipments 405 old Stock Dull supplies lib eral demand very slow sacked per cwt Idaho russet Burbanks u. S. No. 1, few sales mostly 1.60 to 1.65, few Bakers 1.75 to 1.80 Colorado red Mcclure u. S. No. 1, Burlap sacks few sales 1.85 Nebraska Bliss triumphs 85 per cent u. S. No. 1, Wisconsin round Whites u. S. No. 1, 1.15 to 1.20, u. S. Commercials 1.10 to 1.12 1-2 Michigan russet Rural u. S. Commercials 1.15 North cent u. S. No. 1, 1.50 cobblers u. S. No. 1, few sales 1.30 to 1.32 1-2 new Stock Dull weaker undertone supplies moderate de Mand very slow track sales less than Carlots by crates Florida Bliss triumphs a. S. No. 1, few sales 1.80. Grain Chicago feb liquidation developed in the wheat pit today and prices declined major fractions to the Low est Levels since last december. Resting order Sand Safe buying attributed to Mills were encountered in the decline however and hearing the close prices were minor fractions within yester Day s finish. B. W. Snow crop expert said the heavy increase in world sur plus stocks has been the Funda mental Factor in the Low Range of wheat prices during the current crop season. World carryover on now is estimated at a bushels june 30 possible against a year ago. Present new crop prospects for Northern hemisphere surplus producing countries Snow said suggests a probable shrinkage pos Sibly a serious one in compari son with heavy yields last year. Wheat closed 1-c to 3-8 Down May and july 68 1-8 to 68 com unchanged to 1-4 Down May 49 1-2 to 5-8, july 50 Oats unchanged to 1-8 lower May 28 1-4. New York curb Ark. Nat. Gas a 3. As. G. E. 7-8. Cit. Sec. 8 1-2. Git Sec. Of. 49. Bag. Pic. Old. 11 1-2. Al. Bond 11 3-8. Fisk rub. 10. Ford Mot. Can. 21 3-8. Gulf Oil 36 3-8. Humble Oil 65 1-2. Nag. Hud. 8 5-8. Spot Grain Chicago feb. Wheat no. 5 hard 66. Corn no. 3 mixed 48 no. 3 yellow 47 3-4 to 48 no. 2 White 51 3-4. Oats. No. 1 mixed 30 3-4 no. 1 White 32. By William a. Ardery Washington feb. 7 House military Coin Mittee sought to wind up its work on the administration s defense Legisla Tion today and Send the measure to1 for immediate action. House leaders hoped to Start debate thursday. The Bill embodying major portions of the Arma ment program would authorize the Purchase of of new planes the buying of additional army equipment and the placing of in educational the latter enable manufacturers to familiarize themselves with military needs. In addition to the augmented army plane program president Roosevelt recommended to con Gress yesterday that it spend an Early extra for aviation re search facilities. May have in the Senate the hot Contro Versy Over the Sale of fighting planes to France brought a state ment from sen. Hyer and that members of the military commit tee May be forced to give their version of what took place at a secret conference last week with president Roosevelt. Or. Roosevelt has called a de liberate lie any statement that he told the committee America s Frontier was on the Rhine. He also outlined the administration s foreign policy saying it involved no entangling several committee members have suggested he release them from their pledge of secrecy. Nye said today he saw Little Chance that or. Roosevelt would do that. But he added demands for information by other senators might make it incumbent on those who attended the Confer ence to report on it. No Unity in demand although Nye and sen. Bridges a no have insisted committee members should be permitted to give their version of the White House meeting it was apparent republicans would not act As a unit to Back up this demand. The military committee May decide Friday How far it should go in disclosing testimony it has received regarding the sales of planes to France. Secretaries Morgenthau and Woodring and Gen. Malin Craig army chief of staff have b e in asked to review their testimony and delete anything they regarded As vital defense secrets. The Senate recessed late yesterday until thursday after democratic. Leader Barkley said there was no pending business. Nye declared however administration lieutenants were trying to head off debate on foreign policy. Amlie not through a Senate subcommittee was continuing hearings on the pres ident s nomination of Thomas r. Amlie Wisconsin progressive to be a member of the interstate Commerce commission. Amlie was described yesterday by Luther Walter Chicago attorney As a Plain political upheaver.2 the Senate agriculture commit tee continued its study of new farm legislation and the monopoly investigating committee delved further into the investment practices of Large insurance companies. A special committee headed by a i. Brownd Mich resumed hearings on the administration s proposal to eliminate exemptions on government securities and Salares. Another special Oklahoma poetry readers to Convene in Ada next year Ada High school poetry readers led out at the Oklahoma poetry festival held at Miami last week end and at the end of the meet ing an invitation1 extended from Ada for thu next year s festival of the Many High school read ers to take part the four from Ada High school who were at the meeting were among the 14 who who got As far As the final round. From these -14 were selected four to read at the afternoon Honor banquet and night of Ada s readers were among the eight. Lawson Jones read Stanley Vestal s Cynthia Ann at the afternoon banquet program. Marguerite Hill read Amy Lowell s Patterson and Leonard Hollo read Wilfred Gibson s. The Stone at the evening program when Harold interpret principal speaker. He is from Northwestern University. Mary Eleanor Rogers won into the final round but did not win a place among the eight on the pro r Grams. Yukon had two Pitcher two and Miami on along with the three from Ada ii the Honor pro Grams. Mrs. Lona Ballew coach of the Ada readers has been for three years the association but succeeded in getting another person elected this time. It was decided to hold the. Festival in .1940 at a More Central Point. Ada invited the meeting and the invitation was accepted. Boy souls demonstrate How to give first Aid to injured person Harry Miller boy scout executive for the area comprising Pontotoc Coal Johnston and Atoka counties appealed to the business men of the area to take Young men into their organizations in a talk before the a d a Lions club tuesday. Or. Miller highly praised Sev eral of the Industrial and com Mercial leaders of Ada for help ing get Young men placed and thus afford the Young men an Opportunity to marry and establish Homes of their own. He also had words of Praise for Many who have assisted the scout move ment from its inception Here in 1920 to this time. As part of the scout week Oscar Cantwell. Had a Bunch of scouts of Ada to demonstrate scout activities. The group demonstrated first Aid work by pre paring a person supposed to be in a car wreck with head and thumb injured and with broken leg. The object of the demonstration was to show How wounds May first Aid so the person May be transported to a Hospital. Short talks music by scouts and the opening and closing Cere Mony of a troop also were on the program. President Luther Edge a bounced that the hour for the club next week will be taken up in giving the charge to the new members and a discussion of. The code of citizenship a h d patriotism. Protestant Swiss make selves conspicuous in Europe by choosing Catholic president by Milton Bronner Aba. Service St nth writer London feb. A time when men Are being persecuted because of their religion Swit Zerland with a protes Tarot major Ity has elected Philippe Catholic As its president for the year 1939. And though minorities in Many lands Are being oppressed and overridden Etter comes from the Canton of Zug the smallest by nine Miles in area with a population of Only 34.000. The chief executive authority senator capper says it s time to junk aaa and Start Oyer by Bruce cation gain futures Chicago Fob. Open High Low glow wheat much. May july sop. Corn May. July Poni sop. Oats May july sep. G8h 6814 49w 2su 60 i Sim. 68 6sm-68 Cbs-63 59 i 67% 57s 58v, 50w. Sos is livestock Oklahoma City feb. U. A dept. Agr cattle calves 500 killing classes opening slow higher asking prices holding up the Trade on few lots beef steers yearlings and heifers Butcher cattle around steady bulls scarce unchanged dealers and Slaughter calves steady to weak stockers steady Good heifers 8.00 some held higher Plain and medium Butcher kinds 5.50 to 7.50 most beef cows 5.25 to 6.25 Low cutters and Cut ters 3.50 to 5.00 bulls mostly 5.50 to 6.00 Odd head to 6.25 dealers upward to 10.00 most sales Slaughter calves 5.50 to 8.00 stockers 6.00 to 8.75. X hogs mostly 15 and City butchers paid 7.35 to 7.45 for selected lots Packer top 7.25 most sales Good and Choice 150 to 250 36s 7.25 to 7.40 weighty butchers arid Light lights 6.50--to 7.00 packing sows mostly 6.00 to few to 6.35 Stags 3.25 to 5.75. Sheep 500 Early sales Indi cations fat lambs prospective top fed lambs . Cotton new York feb. Up Cotton futures turned Dull in afternoon trading today when prices were unchanged to 7 Points lower. May sold at 8.09. In Early dealings Trade houses continued to absorb nearby con tracts with offerings coming from Bombay and Liverpool houses. There was considerable switching from March to May. Jan. Was inactive and held 1 lower while oct. Held unchanged at 7.48. Investigating Senate Silver commit tee called Secretary Morgenthau for questioning about what Bene fits if any have accrued Froni the administration s Silver p u r Chase in. The House the ways and Means committee continued examination of social Security legislation. The interstate com Merce committee pushed its study of a general transportation Bill and the naval committee sought additional bases. Information on the program for naval spot Cotton new Orleans feb. Spot Cotton closed quiet 3 Points Down. Sales 576, Low middling 749, middling 864, Good middling 919, receipts stocks 028 to face second trial Bondsmen bound Over to District court on Sec Ond charge Cotton futures new Yoke feb. Fun Turen closed 3 to 6 lower. Prev. 8.4s s.16. Open Hist Low Clow close 8.42 s.39 8.41 8.09 8.10 july 7.83 7.so 7.17 .7.44 7.45 7.bo 7.45 7.45 Jan. 7.46 7.49 7.47 spot. Nominal middling 9.01. New Orleans. Feb. Mostic find foreign Selling Dop Rosted cot ton futures Hore today and fini.1 prices were Stendro 1 to 7 Points net lower Prev. Hiffa Low Clow cloak mch.---------------8.57 8.53 8.54 8.67 May s.23 8.19. 8.19-20 s.26 oct. ----------------7.9s 7.93 7.94-95 7.s4 7.c6 dec. 7 Jim. Moh. .56 7.58 7.96 7.57 7.66 7.5u 7.k9-m 7.60 Bud Rich Ada Bondsman monday afternoon was bound Over to District court for trial on a charge of accepting in re turn for a Promise to fix a liquor Possession Case. He was released under Bond following the hearing be fore peace Justice a l. A charge of obtaining Money under false pretences. Rich was charged with accept ing the Money from Lowrey Lee with the e Promise he could and would influence county officials in the disposition of liquor pos session cases pending against Lee. It was the second time in a week Rich was bound Over to District court for trial. Last week he was bound Over on a charge he accepted from Forrest Simpson in return for a similar Promise. W. H. Living Sauna feb. 7. Dollarhide a Farmer near Rose was shot fatally yesterday by the discharge of a pistol which he dropped on the ground. 7 62 he and a son had been Hunting. May a 7.53-m 7.64 rabbits. News Washington correspondent Washington feb. Six years of strenuous and expensive Effort the new Deal program to help the Farmer is Back within shouting distance of its starting Point. The farm1 Belt is sore again and its soreness is reflected in con Gress. It is quite possible that this Congress will go ahead and write a Brand new Type of farm Bill tossing production control out of the window having the govern ment underwrite the Farmer s Cost of production providing for the dumping of Export surpluses broadening the Field in which the present agricultural act operates. An influential bloc oif farm Belt senators and representatives has lined up behind such a Bill. A similar Bill failed to pass the sen ate last year by just six votes this year the Bill s backers May find votes and More. A Good Man to discuss the whole situation with is senator capper a Kansas Republican a admits freely that president Roosevelt and Secre tary of agriculture Wallace Are perfectly sincere in their desire to help the Farmer. He says this administration is More Friendly to the Farmer than any a Many years. But he also feels that the new Deal farm program has failed and that it is time to find a bet Ter one. Self control for Farmers just before to Washington this Winter senator Cap per held a conference in Topeka with 900 Kansas banners. He also had letters More. He believes he has a pretty fair idea of what the Farmer needs. First he feels that Tion and restriction of production must Stop. If there is to be any control he says let Farmers impose it on themselves rather than submit to some typing devised at Washington. Next he believes the Farmer must be assured of the Cost of production of his a fair profit As far As crops grown for Domestic consumption Are concerned. Surpluses he feels should be exported for whatever they will bring either with or without government Aid. He shape Taf Iff and foreign Trade policies to preserve the american Market in Toto for the american Farmer. He would keep the present soil conservation program and would continue. To finance agriculture through the farm credit admin he thinks 3 per cent interest is plenty for farm loan s. All of which comes reasonably close to expressing the provisions of the Frazier Lemke Bill introduced recently. By the newly formed farm not unanimous senator capper admits with a wry smile that Farmers them selves Are far from United in their views. Those Farn vers i talked with at Topeka certainly weren t in agreement. Most of them i think do want the aaa act of 1938, repealed. But one Small but noisy the government to Stop trying to d anything at All for the Farmer t larger group wants some Contro of surpluses to keep prices from going Down too far. Still other bitterly oppose production an marketing control but do approve of the soil conservation the senator remarks that the new farm program ought to b keyed to the family sized farm in too Many cases he believes the aaa program has been a Fin thing for the big. Landlord am the corporation owned farm by a bad thing for the Little fellow the senator is not irrevocable committed to All the details of the Bill which the Viewly organized farm bloc has brought in. I joined in sponsoring it be cause i want to Senjt brought be fore he says. I wan to see it. Examined and studied carefully. Maybe it in t jus what we re looking for. But it a least deserves our Earnest study for. Believes senator capper something has to be done. For years he remarks at least two of All american Farmers have operated at a loss. The present administration has Triec to but As he puts it they Bave made Little or no Progress " like the others in bloc be believes some new approach must be tried maybe the Fraz Ier Lomke proposal. Number two Ion on French make to final decision As to whether it will move to the Central front or abandon the conflict. Parade formation advices said the insur7 gent were preparing to take Over Frontier posts in Parade forma Tion after letting government for Ces Drain out. French authorities arranged to accommodate a total of Spanish troops and refugees of. Whom already had entered France. Official French Statis tics showed crossed the Frontier last week and another 40 000 had reached France since Sun of Switzerland invested in a fed eral Council of seven members elected for three years by the two houses of parliament. Each year the parliament chooses from the membership of this Federal Council a new president and vice president of the land. President Etter is one of the younger men who in Swiss affairs. He is 47 at men Singen. He studied philosophy at the Benedictine College of Ein Sieden Law at Zurich. He started practice of Law in the town of Zug became a judge filled a seat in the Council of the Canton and finally was chosen for the fed eral Council. In addition to Many other a he was editor of the Zuger became a major of infantry is a distinguished greek scholar and linguist. Juniors to give three act comedy High school class presents entertaining skit tues Day night Switzerland s president Etter. His facial resemblance to Benito Mussolini has been noted in one of his , Swiss de he approves Swiss efforts to Arm for defense and writes that it is necessary to prove to the Swiss themselves As Well As to the outside world that Switzerland founded on the sacred basis of Liberty intends to preserve intact its Liberty its in dependence its Freedom o speech. Dictator ruled Rumania believes War Means she will be destroyed King Carol Rit Fht bom of up to the min ulc dictator ship takes part in a. Quaint old custom of the country As he is greeted with bread and Salt by Dombrowsky of Bucharest on his return from a. Tour of Western Europe. Nay. Spanish troops having Given up As hopeless the idea of further resistance in cat continued to move into concentration Camps on the French Side of the Border. Civil Ian refugees were sent to shelters in the Interior of France. Both troops and civilians were being maintained by the French government at a daily Cost of about 26 cents a person. _. A Chicago judge has ruled that a husband has a right to slap his wife. Most people will want to know if the judge is married or just a fatalist returns id amount in news classified ads by Melaine l. Pflaum Nea service Bucharest feb. 6 close political relations with g e r tiny Are hot popular in re mania but her people seem to a drove any policy that will Brin peace. Germany buys our wheat an our Oil they say. Why no closer relations with a freaks out we will be the Batty ground Between Germany an Russia. Rumania will be destroyed whichever Side among students always a up Cal Point of political discussion i any Small european countr nationalism is Strong but n o they feel that re mania has everything to lose i any War nothing to gain. Here in Rumania is the Strang spectacle of a King dictator re ing in fascist fashion tossing in. To jail Iron guard conspirator5 who Are fascists too but Gener ally considered a More authentic German Breed King Carol sits on the lid of one party dictatorship and y o i can find Many who say that i Only political object is to keep his seat on the. Throne. What Ever policy assures this is i policy. Germany holds potent hand thus England and Germany rivals for Carol s favor will sue need in proportion As they Are Able to assure Carol s Security on the throne. And Here Germany has Strong cards to play. She bought Abou 35 per cent of All Rumania s exports last and the proportion is growing. French and Brit ish cultural influence is stil Strong. S. It is a Mark of distinction for a rumanian family to be Able to employ governess for ii children. And Bucharest is Ike a Little Paris with the. Girls imitating. The hair dress arid cos Tumes of Danielle Darrieux and Simone Sim on. But these influences seem to be slowly yielding o the fact that Germany can and does buy the exportable oods of the country a practical in which no sentiment can Wash it. According to the rumanian government there is no a item Layment in the country. Agricultural cooperatives have been encouraged and despite periodic scandals in their adminis ration the peasants seem to. Be a better off than those of Hun Gry. People in Bucharest support a ively night life along parisian Ines but the spirit is different rom. That in Budapest. A clerk in Bucharest May make month. He can t live on that and he does t try. So he usually holds two or More jobs. often work As language Transl ors or teachers school teachers Are often Public accountants or ovaries on the Side. A Man who is a Brick layer by Day May be a. Abinet maker by night. Cities up to Date 1ountry antique in Budapest they run into debt and let the tradesmen worry in Bucharest they simply get a Cou of other jobs to eke out what they have. Prices Are High pair of shoes wages Are lower than in the United states. Petty graft and bribery Are rampant. Bucharest is a modern City. Were it. Not for the. Byzantine churches you could be in Cincin Nati or Detroit. But to go from the capital into the provinces is a journey not in space but in time. It is 500 years from Bucharest to a typical country Village. Here men still Wear a Loose White shirt Over tight fitting trousers of White Cotton tucked into embroidered stockings and a coloured Scarf about the Waist. The women Wear Loose White Cotton embroidered blouses and on feast Days the glistening Tiara which was once the attribute to nobility but which in the Days of the turks was imitated by the peasants and is not part of the National dress there Are dances and ceremonials that go Back to the Pagan Days of the roman occupation. One night we stayed in the House of a peasant who entertained us regally when we lost our tonight tuesday at 8 o clock in the Ada High school auditor nine the Junior class will present the three act comedy prize by h. J. Essex and Sid Schwartz. The play under the direction of Lona Ballew Freeman deals with a contest mad american family Are housing by Chance the originator of the Vitamin gum radio chewing contest. This happens to be a handsome Young Man who Falls in love with the Perkins daughter. Complications arise when two follow him to get the right answers. All this seriously interferes with the doctor s efforts to bring the morph Philus Hita num into Bloom. The cast selected from out standing students in the Junior class and assisted by Pat Mur includes Sylvia Pollock Bert Ratliff Marie Toler Helen Lance May Russell Pat Murphy Frank Dunlap Leonard Holloway Bil lie Joe Sherbert Sada Mae Lamb. Beverly Johnson Rosamond Owen Marian Morris Bettyjo Duke Catherine Railey. The proceeds will be used to help defray the expenses of the class. Way. We were Given what must have been the Only bed in t h e House and a dinner of thick vegetable soup sour dark bread radishes wine and for dessert nuts roasted before the fire. All attempts at payment were refused. Instead please Send us a postal card from new they demanded. A postal card of the Empire state added the eldest son who could write As he spelled out the fam ily name. His younger bother disagreed. He wanted a picture of Gary Cooper. Rabbit rented Bear found Kezar Falls. Me. Game Warden Verne Black had to use five rounds of ammunition but he finally killed a 400-Pound Bear whose hideout had been mistaken for a Rabbit s Burrow by a frightened Novice Hunter. Free meals for Good taste Toledo make Jones Junior High school students More Vitamin conscious three free meals Are awarded every Day to those who choose their food the most scientifically in the school cafeteria. Radio set in Cane Moscow walking stick with a tiny radio set concealed in its handle has been designed by a russian Amateur radio inventor. Plans Are being Nade for the mass production of the sets for military purposes. Doctors services and prescriptions by Jack of Clower Duncan uru a co most of Tho menaces to life could to avoided by consult intr a doctor now and then. Wal unit until n xer Loua illness compels you to senk his Ner vices is pretty much like daring heavy weight Champion to hit you on Tho my prot do it. A medical doctor can detect of bodily disorders before specific indications discernible to you have reached an cute Prener lbs the protective measures. His prescriptions Are More seriously written than is the con record and should be by a pharmacist of High standing in his profession. This la the 2nd of n. Series of editorial advertisements appearing in this paper each tues Day. Copyright ii put in Thi Triin a Grilii if Tel juror Wiy a Iii it thru thursday til 10c-25c-33c then 10c-35c attend the. Matinee avoid night crowds 10c Kiva 20c last times today Dracula wednesday and thursday 15c Ioc Ritz times today Vail by of the in technicolor wednesday and thursday the All Star musical comedy hit of the thrill of a lifetime ? Gary Cooper adventures via Rob Polo the Road Home Pathe news

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