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Bloomington Daily Telephone (Newspaper) - December 21, 1932, Bloomington, Indiana Page fourth Bloomington daily Telephone Bloomington. Indiana Pipione �5000 wednesday dece rams at the theatres cancer treated by Thunderbolt Indiana in one of the most difficult roles she has. Ever attempted. Bessie love turns in a performance Long to be remembered at the Indiana theater where the latest Tiffany productions drama. A morals for women is playing. Strictly modern in its theme. A morals for the Story of a girl who has slipped from the path of virtue literally forced there by economic demands from her family. She tries to escape when she finds a real love but family burdens again Send her Back to her Butterfly life where she is willing to sacrifice her one love of the altar of family affection. A a Conway Tearle John Holland. David Rollins Jure Clyde. Natalie Moorhead Lina Bas queue. Virginia Lee Corbin and Edmund Breese Sre seen in the principal supporting roles and each delivery a worthy performance. A morals for women is Strong fare but it deals with a problem that exists in every City it the world. Director Mort Blum Attock has handled Frances Hyland s original Story with skill and finesse that removes any objectionable features and adds Many touches of delightfully human comedy to the picture.?�?T. A Tobe Contact Man for Hoover in Washington a a Yff. Princess mystery a bizarre trick of Fate and one of the most gripping piece 1 of a character portrayal in year unite in making i vivid drama of a payment metro Gold Wyn Mayer a i imitation of the me be Soful stage play now showing at the a a Princess theatre. Charles Laughton whose performance in. This play on the stage in London and new York Wai hailed is one of the most artistic characterizations of the decade pm ays the same role in the picture. A. J a announce marriage a a or. And mrs. Earl Douthitt. 21-1 South Rogers Street announce the marriage of their daughter Wilma to Wil Iara Slater son of or. And mrs fames Slater. The marriage took place sunday. December 11. The Bride is a graduate of the Ellettsville High school. Or. And mrs Slater will reside at 1003 East Hunter Avenue a a a a. A phone news items to 3000 a Parker a hair Balsam b cock re s do Ca i of stops he if falling a a a imparts color and Beauty to Gray and faded hair be. druggists. Gica. Wit. Patcho Pic. X. Y by Raymond Clapper u. P. Staff correspondent copyright. 1932. By United press Washington dec. 21.�? up a when president Hoover retires from the White House he will leave in Washington ears and ryes in the person of his faithful Secretary Lawrence Richey. A there is some mystery As to How Active Richey will be politically for his Chiel. He will be or. Hoovers closest link with the National political Arena. As the Man who is regarded As closest in or. Hoovers Confidence no moves of major importance concerning the outgoing president would be Likely to take place without him being informed. D whether this i5 preparatory to an attempt by or. Hoover to try again for the White House in 1936 is a question which May go unanswered for some time. The president is playing a waiting game. Everett Sanders is to remain As chairman of the Republican. National committee for a while. Riches will resume his work in assembling material from government departments and other sources for the Hoover War memorial Library at Stanford University. A Stocky muscular pleasant but ruthless when necessary in defending his chief he will return to Washington after getting or. Hoover settled at Palo Alto. He has rejected a number of business offers. One carried a $40,000 salary. He has a Hunting Lodge on the lower Potomac and. An apartment in Washington. His wife died about two years ago and this has made More intense High Devotion to his chief s interests. Richey will be an Alert and observant figure during the scramble for control of the Republican party. What will come out of this scramble nobody knows. It is Uncertain whether or. Hoover has any further interest in controlling the party. He is known to feel that it would be improper for him to attempt to influence Public opinion toward the incoming Roosevelt administration. He also is opposed to any change in the party organization for the present. He has declined to write for publication. So that if he sought to control the Republican organization it would be in a drive to rebuild the organization rather than As a propaganda Agency to Lay Down a barrage against his successor. If or. Hoover should contemplate a return from Elba he would plan his operations largely on the basis of information reported by Richey. He will be on hand Here i also to protect his chief against attack by democrats. Criticism in Congress investigation of the reconstruction finance corporation the farm Board or the Bonus army eviction for instance would find Richey ready to Supply to senators and congressmen data giving authoritatively the Hoover Side of Case. A when or. Hoover went to South America just after a his election Richey remained in Washington and forwarded to or. Hoovers battleship daily a Complete report on political developments in the United states a a a a looking around Washington fail up i. Jct sly Over the state i a. A a. Buy her a useful Xmas gift Waffle Irens. $5.50 warming pad toaster. $1.25 t a a a a electric clock $3.73 american Beauty Iron .$8.95 toastmaster mix master Wei mix. $3.50$11.50 $18.75. $2.00 Evans electric co. V �17 South Walnut St. Evansville ins a Frank Krug retired Veteran of the Louisville amp Nashville Railroad will receive a real thrill soon. He will ride in the cab of the first train that passes Over the l amp n Bridge Over the Ohio River Here the latter part of this month. More than 47 years ago Krug was the fireman on the first locomotive that passed Over the old Railroad Bridge at Henderson by. Krug was retired from service last february 8th after a record of 56 years and 9 months of continuous service. He was a Gateman at the l amp n station Here for 29 years after leaving Active railroading. The first train that passed Over the old Henderson Bridge on july 3, 1885, Krug was the proud fireman on that occasion and Pete Lillicrap the Engineer. The new Ohio River Bridge will be ready for service probably about december 30th. A. H. Courtney another Veteran who was Active in the construction of both Bridges also will be present when the new Bridge is opened Lor service. Courtney was chief Engineer of the new Bridge. He was resident Engineer when the old bring was erected. A v Greenfield a ins a when Ralph George newsboy for the Greenfield reporter missed his classes Here he Wasny to playing Hooky but just got a big break. A he had received the Job of evacuating a Skunk which had taken its abode under the George residence. Ralph with the Aid of several dogs tried to dislodge the odorous visitor but without much Success. He then figured out a Way of setting a steel trap at once Side of the House and chasing the Skunk toward it by starting an attack from the other Side. The Man Euver worked or. Skunk getting caught in the trap and further polluting the atmosphere. His hide brought 75 cents for Ralph. The Best part of the affair was j that Ralph did not get to go to school in the morning because he spent it warring against the Skunk and after the Job was done in the j afternoon no school would Hove had him. A in a. A it a a a a a a to a above is the apparatus used in the most sensational Experiment in the history of science which was conducted recently in Berlin. The machine generates the synthetic Thunderbolt with which scientists sent an electrical charge of 2,500,000 volts through the cancerous arms of a 55-year-old farmhand in an attempt to cure the disease. The fact that the subject of the a kill or cure Experiment still lives gives scientists Hope for their Success. Inset is or. Fritz Lange who developed the apparatus used for splitting atoms which made Tho Experiment possible. Bloomington Progress wednesday february 26, 1879. Old county records doings of forty years ago a january term 1839. J now is presented the following petition to wit septet Ber 5th, 3838. Commenced working the state Road with eight hands and one Yoke of cattle and plow and worked seven Days and one Day hauling Rock with Wagon and team s44.56. Conrod Koones 8 Days. $10.00. Aug. 11. Rcd of a Buskirk. $47.00 May 1838, of a. Rogers. $6.37, May 383s, of a. Rogers $5.00. Total $58.37. Balance on hand $3.81. The treasurer submitted his in port for the Tenn ending november. 1838. As follows total receipts from sept. 1s3s. Till sept. 1839. $541.43. Total expenditures. $412 93. Bal. Remaining in Treasury $128.49. March turn. 1839. Members present David Byers Aquilla Rogers John m Pho Ridge a. Pindell. E. Walker. M. Mcphetridge f. T. Bui lev David Barrow. John w. Lee. We. Hite. Joab Johnston e. Wood Alexander Johnston. David Byers upon balloting by Board is elected president of same. Ordered that Buskirk. Wampler amp co. Be licensed to vend foreign and Domestic goods in Monroe county for one year. Washington. Dec. 21.�? up a one of the Best stories going around w a s h i n g t o n now is Owen d. Youngs description in a recent directors meeting of How the business world is acting in the Depres Sion. A a it strikes to a the Mil reparations expert and Industrial Leader said in his measured deliberate manner. A that we re All in the same boat with Christopher Columbus. He did t know where he was going when he started. When he got there he did t know where to was. And when he got Hack v did no to know where he had americans Quot ambassador at Large in Europe. Hugh Gibson soon will have a japanese counterpart. Hero is Saito now Counselor of the japanese embassy Here has been named minister to the Netherlands. While the Hague will be. His permanent Post he is expected to travel freely Over Europe especially to Geneva to perform special diplomatic work for Japan. Similarly Gibson s j Ost is Brusset is but he May he found More often in Geneva. Paris or London a whomever important negotiations Aie pending. In baseball parlance Gibson and Saito would be culled both Are astute professional diplomats skilled and acquainted with other diplomats throughout the world. Hence they Are often sent to trouble spots to Aid less experienced colleagues. A the japanese embassy Here has More than its share of artistic Talent. In Aito writes poetry rather melancholy Mystic verse in Pithy English. Some of his work has been published in outstanding literary magazines. He inherits his literary gift from his father a Well known japanese scholar who is an authority on both English and chinese Secretary Kosaku mid us a a Ina of the embassy paints Well. His apartment Walls Are Hung with Beautiful oils Many of which he did himself. He paints in the american rather than the japanese style specializing on landscapes. Pictures for Christmas Are acceptable gifts. They re inexpensive and most personal. Beautifully designed styles from which to choose. A a a have them made tomorrow. Chas. Gilbert Shaw on 6th, Ine Block East of Square a. Amp a Tel. 5808 hours 9 to 5 behind the scenes in Bethany Temple mrs. Delia Stivis is some better now Able to be up most of the time. A Hemy Fox took mrs. Delia Stivers and miss Ruth Herbin to the doctor saturday. Both Are suffering with spinal trouble. Mrs. Wanda Fox of Bloomington visited in Fox hollow thursday with mrs. Finn Fox. Mrs. Clara Lydy has been helping to care for mrs. Delia Stivers and doing the House work. Or. And mrs. Arthur lady and sons Robert Walter and Carl Ridln Ned visited mrs. Mollie Fulford sunday a a a mrs. Ethel Robinson and Daugh Lor Virginia visited mrs. Delia Stivers wednesday afternoon. V today and thursday Mats. 10-25c nights 10-3 tiffamy___._�. A it amp a / v i Friendship or and mrs. George Blackwell and son Carl and or. And mrs. Tino Hays took dinner wednesday with the William Sexton family. Or. And mrs. P. M. Van Hook called on or. And mrs. Tine Hayse Sexton and Pauline Stevens took dinner sunday with Ruby Blackwell mrs. William Sexton called on mrs. Frank Shields saturday. There will be a new years program Al the Friendship Church Sai a urday night december 31. Everybody Welcome. Those who took dinner with the William Sexton family monday were or. And. Mrs. Tine Hayse George Blackwell and flunk Duke. Between the lines she foresaw the inevitable Jay when All accounts would have to be balanced and love written off the Ledger with Jame have my rvs a a a f -.v. s. V a Sfa amp a m a a. My a a it 1 Hurt a a i a a a a added comedy june Clyde a sheets Gallagher Bert Roach a Yola d Avril the finishing touch 1 mrs. R. E. Leno and daughter of Elpaso. Tex. Have returned Home after a visit with mrs. Leno a parents or. And mrs. W. W. Stimson. West 4th Street. Final showing today double Bill Chas. Laughton a payment deferred a by Harrison Carroll. Hollywood dec. 21.�? with attractive frankness Wera Engels newest German importation confesses that a bid from Hollywood is one of life s biggest thrills to player Folk at the foreign studios. A even if f did no to make the 22-year-old actress told me yesterday a i could go bade and be a Queen among them just because Hollywood wanted Nic. A but i will Malte Good a Slu added impulsively. A a in la stay Here till i r up against fittings and makeup tests for her first role at re of this dear skinned German girl already has come to realize that there Are sizeable realities to be met in her land of dreams. For instance Why should in it studio want to Chango her hair from Reddish Brown to blonde a in very first picture a she said plaintively a people won t meet me at other things of passing curious Ity to the Star yesterday were the pinkish tint to the borscht soup at the re of restaurant and the absence of fish knives. And she was not being High Ajust puzzled. Aside from a slight accent and one charming reference to the Empire state building As a a sky Stretcher a miss Engels displayed a Complete command of English. In Hollywood oily a few Days too actress already has received an invitation to attend the coming Navy Ball. Her father Captain edouard Engels once commanded the famous German War Cruiser Emdon. Not however at the time it was sunk off the coast of Australia in an engagement with h. M. A. S. Sidney. Captain Engels left his command in 1910 to take charge of the port of Bremerhaven. One of the better quips of the week is Wallace Fords Story about the actor who was always singing the blues for new York. Finally one of his Friend s exploded Quot Well a a Day done to you go Back Quot the actor said he had t the Money. A hitch hike then a advised the Friend. The actor Shook his head. A i would a he replied a Only at this time of the year the winds against you All the Hollywood Parad e. Notre Dame s George Melinko Vitch was consoled for that lost football game by Lupo Velez and Johnnny Weismuller. He did no to get away from town till tuesday . Sex mayor Hylan of new York has been seeing Hollywood nightlife. In. His party the other evening was Pauline Garon. Blonde film Star. Mary Brian was at. The same late spot wit h Norman Foster. Rut that Sall part of a he agreement Between Norman and Claudette col. Bert. Claire Windsor mid Ruddy Rogers have been talking Over old times at the club in Bohrme and Jobyna Rak term and Dick Arlen suddenly have become regular slay out la a i s. The outcome of that meeting by a tween John Furrow and his no wife May be tin adoption of i heir i six year old daughter by on of Johns Cote Jos n England. Many film stars plan to be present a a a. A Kate Smith la Lime me to lie a eld the Coconut Grove. The 1 j Stork a it a of a Mimy Dale with the a Jack b. Join -. Sin was Al i Day. A you know Atul they have one child t to years old. Chaucer Are George o Brien will a go a sailing in March without Sluti i ing a new contract at Fox. They May come to an agreement however. When he and h s parents come Back l Lom a vacation in Europe. George like to have his father former chief Dan o Brien of san Francisco tend to All his business for him. There s no hard fueling Between George and Fox. I a i m part of the furniture Al the a studio a says George. And Fox wishes the rest of it was half As Good. Did yol know that Marian Nixon and Charles Farrell both Goth their Start in the same picture Mary Pickford so pro Sita a colds in a Day done to take chances. Take two Hills Cascara quinine tablets now follow directions cold vanishes right away. Millions keep Well with Uil h amp Cascara fall i 9 quinine Christmas dresses any kind cleaned and pressed n Eck ties cleaned and pressed a a a hats by isl a cleaned and blocked. A i a x a Vij l. L \ la a a a a i a a i a t a a let us. Fix that old suits a a a t trousers. T. Reseated. Heel guards a on trousers. Heavy Duck pockets. 75c 5 c 55c 55c a a a 50c 25c alterations of All kinds at reasonable j prices. A a. For Quality cleaning dial 2522 Beem amp Davis hurry hurry a t. A a v \ Nothe new Telephone directory t i wife claims kiss loud As gun and loses court suit Evanston til., dec. 21.--hns no husband can kiss a pretty lodger with such a resounding Maek that it would penetrate two closed doors and travel Down a it a 11 to tie oars or his wife according to a ruling by magistral Porter. The wife. Mrs. James wads Worth brought disorderly conduct charges against mrs. Amy Wilson 27, the lodger charging mrs. Wil Yon a he a vamping her husband. A i missed Janies a said mrs. Wadsworth. A emr. Wilsons Oom s two doors Down the hallway from the living Loon where i was a sitting. The living room and Hall doors were both shut. But that kiss reverberated like a Riillo Quot no errant husband would be of stupid As to make that much iiois1 Quot the magistrate declared. Quot i think a jealous imagination has been playing von tricks. 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