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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1938, Charleston, West Virginia The Charleston Gazette saturday july 23, 1938. Cole brothers9 circus will arrive tomorrow the circus will be Here tomorrow an entire itinerant City will arrive Early tomorrow for a two Day visit. It is a City that has a popu lation of persons and More than animals including 400 horses four herds of elephants and hundreds of other specimens of wild life gathered from All Comers of the world. The travelling City will come Here aboard its own three special trains of double length cars loaded to the brim with people animals and 1 mountains of Canvas and paraphernalia for presenting the world s greatest array of spectacular and thrilling feats. The trains will arrive Over the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad from Uniontown pa., where the circus is exhibiting today. Complete City the City of White which about the country in a Blaze of glory is Complete even to its own postmaster physician lawyer garage Wheelwright Blacksmith hops drug store Barber shop and detectives. It wandering organization that visits a new City each Day. Erects its Canvas build delights thousands with its unrivalled exhibitions then entrails again and dashes away to other beat and Succes to Louis Skaff in his new Home from a. W. Crumpler Charleston Maple Brand food products of Wheeling w. A. Complete refrigeration in the new Louis Skaff store Mccray installation Charleston equipment company phone 83-321 Capitol Street towns and cities to repeat the entire expensive operation. With a vast assemblage of circus greats headed by Clyde Beatty the most famous wild animal Trainer in the world and Ken Maynard noted Cowboy and motion picture hero the Cole Brothers circus which will keep open House in the big top with performances at 2 and 8 p. M. Monday at the Valley Bell Ball Park is a far cry from the circus of yesterday. Even so the coming of the circus is still the major event in the life of every he 15 or 50. Many a staid and dignified citizen recalls fondly the Day when he and his pals carried water for the elephants which seemed to always have an insatiable thirst. Everything else is in similar pro portions. Bigness is the keyword. More than a score of tents covering acres and acres of ground and of varying sizes must be erected to House the huge Enterprise. The biggest tent the seats thousands. Performances will be at 2 and 8 p. M. Monday but one of the out standing features of the big show will be on display one hour before that double menagerie. Reserved and admission tickets will be on Sale All Day monday at the Potterfield drug store and at the circus grounds the White ticket Wagon will be continuously accessible for the Sale of reserved seats. General admission tickets will go on Sale at the red ticket Wagon simultaneously with the opening of the doors. Eggs and poultry supplied the new Louis Skaff store by country produce Exchange a Shrewsbury Street phone 30-151 much Success to Skaff in his new Homel compliments of t. L. Benten Caa Leatoa congratulations to Louis staffs new Home products representative c. C. Edmonds congratulations to Louis Skaff on the opening of his new store compliments of m. Malcolm Dairy products Grade a raw milk dial 86-060 look look look House warming values lilt on new Hume Avail yourselves to values in foods that will warm your heart and fill your pantry at hit ravings. Grand opening specials sat. July 23rd meat department new modern throughout sanitary 25c free free jumbo Bologna guess Correct weight of your Purchase of Bologna and you get it free heavy 25c pork . 25c pork Host in. 19c country 26c veal roast in. 15c veal chops in. Inc cheese in. Is Oleo in. Loc Pound Loc ground beef. In. 15c pork sausage pure in. 19c 5-lb. Pc 25c tomatoes no. 2 cans 4 for 25c Corn no. 2 cans 4 for 25c fondly. 24 in. Bag s7c peas Dainty no. 2, 4 Lor 25c wheaties pkg. Loc or volunteer.4 tall cans 25c Coffee 3 ibs. 47c Navy Beans. 6 ibs. 25c cold 3 Reg Loc bots. 25c Rose a in. Tins.2 Tea 1 lug 89c s. No. 1 cobblers. 10 ibs. 19c rjnso.2 Large pkg. 39c 1 Blue Goose bananas in. So 39c head Nice Heads 25c no. 360. Doz. 23c no. 288 Doz. 19c opening special free every Purchase free free one quart of milk free free Louis Skaf f Volunteer store visit our new location phone 36-335 court St. We deliver charges hurled by Jael Cio old warfare is renewed at Senate committee investigation Washington. July the Republic steel corporation and its bitter foe the committee for Industrial organization reviewed an old warfare today in a tense encounter before the Senate civil liberties committee. For the Cio Philip Murray chairman of the steel workers organizing committee charged that no company in the country had restored to More reprehensible tactics against unionization than Republic. He denounced the com Pany As the foulest Industrial Cess Pool of labor relations in for the steel company Thomas f. Fatten general counsel accused the Cio of interfering with the mails during last year s strike in Little he added that of Republic s employees demonstrated their loyalty to the concern by staying on the Job during that Industrial conflict despite insuperable mobs bands of pickets who would not let even food be brought into the Plant to sustain spent the Cio Murray testified had spent about in organizing the steel workers and at present had signed contracts with 80 per cent of the Industry s productive capacity contracts which had been the cause of great satisfaction to the workers and exceedingly satisfactory to management. With the rest of the Industry there had been trouble he said and particularly with Republic. Speak ing generally he said that the organizers had encountered Many difficulties through a system of espionage and through trailing of organizers by detectives policemen and Finks employed by the steel organizers were beaten up and arrested Many times when they tried to hold he said. Hearings Are cited he referred to hearings before the Senate Post office committee a year ago at which he made charges against Republic for which the company s chairman Tom Girdler called him a All the charges Murray said have subsequently been found Correct by the National labor relations Board. Replying Patton said it had been proven that pickets interfered with delivery of mail to Republic. Pickets for the first time told congratulations to Louis Skaff from Pillsbury s Best the ban need flour makes Good baking better circus features 60 clowns laugh clowns laugh you can t help laughing when 60 clowns tall lean Short and fat Joeys of All turned Loose under the big top of Cole Brothers circus which will exhibit in Charleston monday at Valley Bell Ball Park. The munsters with Cole Brothers this year have scores of funny skits and As Well As take offs on every major current event. Headed by Otto Gre bling one of the world s greatest clowns the Clown contingent this season includes such famous names As Horace Laird Fred Delmont the Carr Brothers Amon Simms or. And mrs. Ernie Wiswell Kinko Harry Holmes and others too numerous to mention but outstanding in the land of sawdust and spangles. Each of them know that the funniest skiis often Are the simplest ones inspired by ideas gained through a Chance conversation with youngsters on the lot. The Post office department when and where it could deliver he said. A surge of resentment swept Over the country he added and nine Cio pickets were arrested by postal inspectors pleaded guilty and suffered penalties. Referring to the labor decision Patton said Republic claimed innumerable errors in the findings and conclusions of the Board among them a denial of due process of Law to a citizen of the u. S. And Freedom of speech to a citizen of the u. Many Well known american medicines Are sold in Palestine. Porcelain enamel and steel roof deck supplied the new Louis Skaff store by o. E. Angell p. O. Box 1433 Charleston w. A. General contractor for the Beautiful new Louis Skaff store a. I. Mccown 410 Fery Etie phone 22-650 Nebraska candidates say Only kind words Omaha neb july candidates for the Nebraska lieutenant governorship Are con ducting a Courtesy Campaign. Wrote c. A. Green Republican to de Mckim Democrat i certainly wish you the Best of Luck xxx and i can assure you that nothing will be said or done by be against my Friend Educ replied Mckim a x x i want you to know that the sentiments Are reciprocated x x Best of the Exchange followed similar pleasantries Between Clarence Teckmyer Republican and Phil Tomek Democrat. Sen. George says Friend removed Georgia Solon charges supporter was ousted from u. S. Post Washington july Walter f. George d of Georgia who is opposed by administration leaders for renomination charged tonight that a Federal officer had been removed from office in Georgia probably for the sole reason that he supported the senator George made his charge in a note appended to his statement of Campaign contributions and expenditures filed with the Senate com Mittee on Campaign expenditures. In his note George said one Federal officer has been re moved in Georgia probably for the sole reason that he proposes to vote for me and a Washington official sent Down to take charge of his office. I merely cite this one sen. Morris d. Sheppard d of Texas chairman of the Senate come Mittee said he would Call the committee s attention to sen. Georgi s statement. He said he would take up with members of the committee tomorrow the matter of calling a meeting at the earliest possible sent George listed his Campaign contributions at and expenditures Australia reports that its unemployment is at the lowest level in 11 years. Birth announcements or. And mrs Walter Belcher of Coal Fork yesterday announced the birth of a daughter Shirley Ann born july 20. A son Jerry Lee was born thurs Day at the Mountain state Hospital to or. And mrs. Fred Mccomas of Sissonville. Or. And mrs. James Short of 517 Mound Street Dunbar Are the parents of a daughter Joyce Carol born yesterday at the Mountain state Hospital. Mrs. Short is the former miss Crystal Parkins of Dunbar. Or. And mrs. Gattas Salamie of 206 1-2 Florida Street yesterday announced the birth of a son thursday at the Mountain state Hospital. A son Paul Edward was born to or. And mrs. Nathan r. Gay of Reed july 18 at the Mcmillan hos Pital. Mrs. Gay is the former miss Nadia Young. Or. And mrs. Woody Gorrell have announced the birth of a daughter Carolyn Ethel on july 9 at the St. Francis Hospital. Mrs. Gorrell is the former miss Margaret Bennett. Camay showed me an easier Way to have a sats mrs. Edward Rhett new York tour try easy complexion care use Cah better Fob needs wvfskhasi6ht i suppose Tolve Henao it a million times before but Vou sur6 look. 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