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THE SCRANTON REPUBLICAN. TUESDAY JANUARY 22. 1 935 NEW YORK STOCK AND CURB QUOTATIONS STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES (By the Asoelste Prsss.) yf Aetfv stocks, rn,M; Inactive. f,M; total today. 887,780; previous day. 81,800; week ato, Ul.tSO: year ag. 1,MS,3M; two i - - li la. 1 ... Jaaa UM. WWI "VV .Wa. N "I IW - year sgo, JI.OSO.SM; two years ago, T H 10 81 50 3 17 1 5 11 II M 18 17 44 as Bohn Alum 3 li.M0.M0. Adams bp .... - Addressog Air Reduc Air - Way Ap . Alaska Jun .... Alleghany Ai Ohm Dya 'AUU - Ob Mfg ... - .Alpha P Cms .. Anal Lea pf ... Amarada Am Caa Am Oar Fdy . Am Com Also .. ' .Am For Pow , Am H L pf .. Am loa ' do pf Am Internat ... Am Loco Am, M t Fdy .. ' Am Metal 'Am Pow & Lt .. dp It pf Am Rad St St S , AarRoU MIU .... - Am Safety R' Am Smelt st R . ' Am - Stl Fdrs .... 'Am Sugar Ref , , Am Bumat Toll , Am' Tel ft Tal 'Am Too do B do pf Am Type Fdra . , Am Wat Wka ... Am Wool pf ... ' Anaconda . Anacon W ft 0 .. Arch - Dsn - M .... Arm 111 Assd Dry Oda ., Ateb T ft S T .. 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Wall Street definitely learned with composure composure today that no decision was to be expected from the Supreme Court in the gold clause oases before Feb. at earliest. ' This was In accord with the best informed guesses and most financial markets settled back In a waiting attitude. attitude. Stocks and bonds had a steady appearance, while commodity trends were mixed. A few stock specialties appeared mildly ambitious and steel preferred shares, as well as a few senior stocks, attracted a fair following for ad vances of 1 to more than 4 points including Issues of V. 8. Steel at 91, up 2; Bethlehem Steel at 76, up 3; Republic certificates at 49, up Vi. and Wheeling steel at 57, up VA Wheat and corn dropped fractions to around a cent a. bushel each, but cotton gained 20 to '70 cents a bale on predictions by the New York Cotton Cotton Exchange Ssrvice that the coming season's supply of American staple would be about normal at from 20, - 000.000 to 21.000,000 bales. The American Iron & Steel Institute Institute setting operations in the industry at 49.9 per cent of capacity, compared with 47.S per cent a week ago, was largely ignored. ' General apathy, which has been apparent for several sessions past, was further evidenced by a turnover of 687,780. shares, and a narrow change of .24 of a point' in the Associated Press average for 80 'selected stocks at 39.83, , i 8 ft ft 13 20 aft 12ft 8 2ft 17 84 17ft 34 14 30 II 37ft 3 31 1 3ft 3 73ft 10 31V, H3 5ft 38 41 3ft 28 8 12 8 3 17ft 84 18 33 ft 30ft 153 8ft 38ft 41 ft 98 8 12 ft 8 3ft 17 14 18 33ft 90 17 27 2ft 71 lift 33 1744 lft 71 11 1 11 12 3 101 ft 103 103 14 11 13 13 ft lft 1 1 1 90 90ft 43ft , 43ft 11 lift 88 40 its 8 18. 10 Mft 40 2 10 10 18 11 12 11 42 27ft I ft 8 10ft Ift 11 lft 3ft lift 13 8 ft 3 1 1 30 42 ft 1'H 31 40 lft Ift lft 34ft 10 Lancaster Cattle i.kwtkfrwm .Tan 91 nr?ttl 1 Fat steers falrlv active. 25 hletier than late last week. Cows, fair supply, demand steady. Blockers ana reeaers wim ouaiuy in fair demand; plainer kinds and this cattle, slow. Calves. 209; good demand . 10.00 - 10.50, seleots selling at 11.00. Hoes. 871; - needy at 1.78 - 8.00 with nenrbY 8 50 - 8.75. Sheep and lambs, 147. steady; eholos lambs 10.00 - 10.50. - Classes, jradea and range of prices on ''Steers' eh o loe 800 - 1.100 lbs. 7.78 - 8.25 good 8.78 - 7.50; medium 5.50 - 8.50; common 5.00 - 9.25: choice 1.100 - 1,300 lbs. 8.00 - 8.75: good 7.00 - 8.00: medium 8.78 - 7:00; choice 1,300 - 1,500 lbs. 8.36 - 8.35. good 7.50 - 8.38. Heifers choice 8.00 - 7.00. good 8 38 - 8 00, medium 4.35 - 5.75, common 3.00 - 4.25. Cows choice VOO - 5.50. (OOd 4.00 - 8 00 common and medium 3 00 - 4.00, low cutter cutter and eutter 2 00 - 3.00. Bulls good and choice 4.35 - 8 35, cutter and medium 3.25 - 4.25. Veal - rs eood and choice 10.00 - 10.50. me. Hitim a oo.s so cull and common 5.00 - 7.50. Feeder and rtocker cattle good and choice 500 - 800 lbs. 4.75 - 8 50, common and medium 3.00 - 4.OO: good and choice 800 - 1,050 lbs. 4.50 - 5.78, common and medium 3.00 - 4.00. - Vwi mrtA and choice 160 - 350 ma. 8.78' 9.00; medium and good 390 - SOO lbs. 7.50 - 8. Sheep choice limbs 80 lbs. down 10.00' 10 50, medium lambs 8.00 - 8.50, common lambs 5.50 - 8.00; ewes all weight 3.80 - .oo; yearungs wetners l.oo - e w. Philadelphia Provisions PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 11 7P. Flour, soft Winter, straight, western 8.85 - 8.10: nenrhv 5 70 - 00! hard Wintar. OS nar fjnt so - so; snort patent .so - u; spring, nrst clear 8.50 - 80; standard patent 7.00 - 35; short patent 7.40 - 00. Wheat No. 1 e - arllckv. domeetle anot and January aeuverv vovi oia. Corn No. 2 vellow western, old 106ft new 83ft; No. 3. veUow western, new 31. Oats no. 3, white 70ft - 73. Butter too trades 38 - 39: Ol score 39: 81 score 34: 80 score 33ft:. SB score 33: 88 score 33; 87 score 31ft. Cheese, longhorns round lota 16 - 17; jooDing is - i; smgie asisies io - n. Live poultry ' fowls, Plymouth Rock, fancy 10: mixed colors 18 - 18: White Lea - horn, fancy 14 - lS: ordinary 13 - 14: old rooster 11; Spring chickens, Plymouth Rock, fancy 90; mixed colors 1M: new hatched troutra. Plymouth Rook. 17 - 18: mixed colors 18 - 11. Turkeys, young hens 3i - 35; toms 30 - 32. Ducks White Fekln, fancy 18 - 10: mixed colors 18 - 17: Muacovv. mixed colors 11 - 14: black 12; geese, pair .eu - i.uo; via o : cuus e. uresaea poultry, iowis ivft - xi; enicxens western lO - Kft, eld roosters llft - 15; ducks, western 18 - 18; geese 18 - 18; capons 24 - 11: turkeys, northwestern 38 - 30: western western 17 - 29; southwestern 17 - 18; eld toms and hens 14ft - 25 ' 8ft - 8V4 11 11 10ft 10 ft llift 7ft 31 17 ft 8 18ft 27ft isvt it .97 ft 19 n 15 8 3ft 11 lift 5 8 'lft 88ft 37 25 10 10 10 7ft 31 17 8 8ft 18 18ft Mft lft 3ft i. - ft ift ift si 37ft 10ft 10 ft lift 7ft 11 17ft 8 8ft 98 18 18ft 50 II 10 7ft 14 10 100ft 100ft 100ft Ift 7 41ft 11 i. - 7 11 13ft 7 40 II 10 7 11 33 ft 13 34 97 3 ' 4 1 188 4 10 14 44 tt 8 134. !!? ft ii 81 80V 10ft It) 18 - 18 7ft 8 17. Mft 3ft . 9ft 13 4 iV. 12 184 80ft l 1 7 2ft 1 East Buffalo Cattle EAST BUFFALO. N. T.. Jan. 31 tlP. iu. o. v. A.inon. e.zw nouiovers. eoo fairly active: generally steady with Fri day; bulk desirable 180 - 380 lbs. s.35 - 8.80; top 1.80; IftMaO lbs. 8.00 - 8.35: 130 - 150 lbs. 7 8.7.78; pisf downward to 8.50 and below. below. Cattle, 1,900; steer and yearling trade fairly uneven; medium and lower grade R radically steady with last Monday; bet - w oftorlnn 10c and more lower: cood to choice steers 10,00 - 1 1.00: medium to god 7.80 - 1,09; heifers. 7.75 down; common and medium steers and heifers 8.25 - 8.00; tat cows 4.90 - 5.71; low cutter and eutter 2 00 - sec; meat urn wans 4.00. oaive., wo; roc - Ing best vealers to 11.00. Sheip. 3.800; lambs active; mostly 15c higher; gcod to oholce 9,75; medium and mixed offerings I.M - 1 38; fat awes J.00 - 8.90. . Foreign Exchange NEW FORK. Jan. 31 (m. Foreign exchange, exchange, irregular; Oreat Britain In dollars, dollars, others In cents. Oraat Sri tain: demand, 4.88 ft; cables, 4.11ft; 80 - day bids. 4.87ft. France: demand, demand, 8.58; cables, 150. Italy: de - mand, 1.92: sables, 1.51. Demands: Belgium, 31. M; Oermany, 48.07: Holland. 17 43: Norway. 24.52: Sweden. 28.17; Denmark, 21.81; Finland, 2.11; Swijerland, 33.31: Spain. 13.84; Portugal, Portugal, 4.44; Oreece, .81ft; Poland. 18.78; Caachoalovakla. 4 11: Juioslevakle, 3.27; Austria. 18.78n; Hungary, M 80n; Rumania, 1.01; Argentine. 33.53n; Brasil, 8.58ftn; Tokyo, 38.45; Shanghai, 38.29; Hongkong, 4170; Mexico Orty (silver peso), 27.88; Montreal In New York, 100,00; Mew York In Montreal, 100.00. n Nominal. Philadelphia Produce PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 91 (.Mushrooms (.Mushrooms were weaker today and most stock poorer as low sa 18c. Nearby celery was In sold at 40o to 8O0 per 3 - pound basket, wttti light supply and sold at 5c to 10c per bunch, with a few higher and poor lower. Applea moved slowly, with moat sales reported reported at 11 to l. per bushel, while a few best were higher. White potatoes wera quoted st 00c to 75c per 100 - pound sack, with a few at 80c to 85c and a very few higher, while poorer were lower. Sweat potatoes, sold at 81 to 81.25 per bushel. Carrots and parsnips brought 40c' to 80c per bushel; white turnips SOc to 40c, and beets 35c to 50c, with a few higher. Yellow Yellow turnips were quoted at 75e to 1 per 100 - pouna sack. Receipts 01 otner nearby fruit and vegetablea wera light and few sales were reported. Butler Steady and cent higher. 83 score 85c; 03 score Hftc; 91 score llftc: 90 score 12ftc. , Eggs Pacific Coast Whites, fancy, 33 - 32ftc; standards 31ft - 32c; mediums 31 - Uftc; special packs nearby white hennery hennery 32 - 33c; nearby and midwest white extras 30 - 33c; nearby and midwest brown extras 3133c. Nearby mixed colors average average extras 1 - J3c; graded firsts 3t - 30c; current' receipts 2r7 - 20ftc. Midwest mixed colore average extras 91 - 390' graded firsts 2S - 30c; current receipts 37 - OSftc. Wheat Firm and one cent higher. No. 3 red Winter, domestic, January delivery, aoftc. Conn Steadv and ana cent hlehar. No. 1 yellow, as to location, 81.05. oate - teeay and ft cant hUtfier. No. 2 white, a to quality and location, 70ft - 79c CURB QUOTATIONS In. publishing transaction on the curb exchange - The ltepubUeaa Is confining Its list to the most mUts stocks and the in which local investor investor are interested. Reaaete interested interested In curt stocks not listed in this oolumn are asked o ecvamunl cats with the financial editor of The Republican and the stock will be added to the list. - ' ' i y ';,'; . (y the AsMdstsd Frsas) Total stock sals todsy, 121,000 shares.1 Total bond sales today, I4.oo,ooo. '''' - aaleeta ' ' 'lulnillitatMttlU ra cyan B ........ a 17' 17ft am oas i ...... : H ft do of .,... I.t0 M Am Superpower .... II 1 Am Sup F pf 1 lift ua I ,aift Armstronc As O as El A Atlas Corp .......,,' do war ........... Blue Ridge Can Uaro Wlrs . . . . Carib Syn ......... Carrier Oorp Cities Service Comwlth dt Bo w ., Cord Corp B Bond Sh ..... ao pr do 85 nf Flsk Rub Ford M Can A Ford Mot Ltd Olen Alden Oulf Oil. Pa Heyden. Ohem ..... Hudson Bar MAS " Imp 041 Cao ....... , Lake Shore M Uhlrh C N Lib McN It L Mid St Pet Bvte ... Mount Prod ........ Niag Hud Pow Niag Sh Md B ..... Pennroad ,, Pioneer Oold ...... St Regis Pap swift 00 Swift Int Tublte Chat Tung - Sol Lamp .... do pf ,, United Oas ........ do war . On Lt at f ev - pf ... U 8 Elec Pow U 8 Foil B 1.. Unit Verde Utah Apex M ........ Utll Pow tc Lt .... Wright Hsrg x - d Ex - dividend, x - r Ex - right, w I When issued. 17 1S 90ft aift nft lVs , W 19ft : 13ft 3ft Mft New York Dairy NEW YORK. Jail. 21 IIP. Butter. 1.727. verv firm. Creamerv. hither than extra 3tft - S8: extra (93 score) 34: firsts (88 - 81 soorss) 32 - 33: seconds (84 - 87 scores! II - lift; centralized (90 score) 13ft. Cheese, 158.031, firm. State, whole milk flats, held, 1933, as to quality 20 - 22; 1834, fancy to sDecials 17 - - 9. - Eaas. 9.347. stroiu. Mixed colore, special packs or selections irom irean receipts 33 - 14; standard and commercial standards 31 - 32; firsts SOft: mediums, 40 lbs., and dirties. Mo. 1, 43 lbs. 28; averaie checks not ouoted: refrliers - tors. standards Mft - 38; firsts 28 - 28ft: sec - ones 97V: Whits sgge. resale of premium marks llft - 15 li: nearby special Decks. In cluding premiums 3114 - 34; nearby and midwestara hennery, exchange specials 12ft; nearby ami mldweetern exchange standards lift; marked mediums 11: pullets pullets 30; Pacific Coast, fresh, shell treated or linen, fancy 34 - 34 ft; Pacific Coast standards 33ft - 34; Pacific Coast, shell treated or liners, mediums 11 - 31 ft. browns, rssals of premium marks l4ft - 36; nearby and western special packs, private sales from store llft - ll. Lire noultrv. staodv. Bv frsleht! Chick. ens 13.18; fowls 18 - :9: roosters 10; turkeys turkeys 11 - 29; ducks 18 - 11. Bv expressi Chickens 18; fowls 14 - 20; roosters 10: turkey turkey 21 - 37. Dressed poultry, stesdy to firm. Fresh; Chickens 14 - 30 ft; fowfe 1J - 31ft: old roosters llft - 18ft;' turkevs ll - H. Fro sen: Chickens 14 - 37: fowls 13 - 31ft: old roasters llft - llft; turkeys 18 - 30; duck ISft - iO. - - Police to Give Notice On Gas Pump Licenses Warrants will be Issued tomorrow for all owners of gasoline pumps in the city who have failed to take out their 1935 permits, C. R. Elsby, chief clerk in the office of Director of Public Safety Junes T. Hanlon, an nounced yesterday. To date, only 41 of the 141 who held licenses in 1934 have renewed them, he said. A motorcycle patrolman patrolman will be detailed tomorrow to serve the summons on all those who have not paid for their new permits by that time. Family "Little Men," ' starring an all star cast of young motion picture favorites, namely FraQkle Darro, Cora Sue Collins, Collins, Buster Phelps, Junior Durkin and others thrilled capacity audiences at all pertormances - at the' Family Theater yesterday where it opened for week's engagement, The storv was adanted for xcreiwi presentation ' from Louisa M. Olcott's immortal story. , The added bill in cludes a Shemp Howard comedy, s cartoon and Graham McKamee and his latest newsreel. 0O'SIElJIP,(p ME - LDV T5AN THOMAS GEORGE SCARBO L'iaria HEROIN NAME, liTrravoor.ar; SALLY BLAME U)A9 CWILO actOess AT THE AGE OF 8., ,7 y - ri L'lCTOA. SCHXRTZ4NQW. Iff CCEDlTED WITH HAVING - COM - POSED THC FlGST PlLM MUSCAL SCORE FOR THOMAS H.INCES 'CIVILIZATIOrH - - A I if, Chicago Grain Money Rates NEW YORK, Jsji. II fPi. - OeJI money stesdy; 1 per cent sll dy, Time losn stesdy; 88 days g months, 44 - 1 per cent. Prims oommerclsl psper ft. Bsnkers' seeeptsnces unehsnged. 10 days A - ft: 10 - 80 days A - ft; 4 months A - tt; 8 - 1 months ft - H. Rediscount rsts. lOew York Renrve Sink, lft per cent. PHILADELPHIA STOCKS Bud Wheel 4 Sudd Mf .rr:. I Electric lisnd and Shsre 8ft Elestrte Storage BsMery 47 Insure nee Oo. of North Amerlos...... 88ft Lehigh Nsvlgetlon 8ft National Power and Light. 7ft Pennroad Corporation lft Pennsylvania Railroad ft United Oas lft CHICAGO, Jan. 21 (.Announce ment that the Supreme Court would make no Immediate decision in gold clause cases led to maximum declines of 2 cents a bushel In wheat today, - Commission houses and foreign in terests were sellers following the an nouncement. Later, however, partial rallies ensued on account of buying ascribed to muling Interests and to traders who previously had been sellers. . Wheai closed nervous. 84 to 1 nt . der Saturday's - finish. May rrft - ft, corn TSMve sown, star sst - , and oats un - changsd to off. caen gram: wheat,' No. 1 dark hard 08: No. I dark hard 1.0814. Com els. No. I yellow lift: nsw. No. I ysllow Kft. 1; No. I yellow 114 - 80: No. 4 yellow lift - 7i. nv. a w iu.c pv - wts; no. walls Wlk. 0ty. N. 1 whits 1744. No ry. Barley. .78 - 1.10. Soy bean. No. 1 yellow l.M net track country station. Timothy seed, 18.71 - 1I.M owt. Clover seed, ll.T8 - il.Ulwt. Closing pries: . . Wheat: litay 17 - H; July ! IT - ITft. aiW KyKXI' - sen - Til ,uly llft - Sl; Sept. 71V. Oat! May Mft; July 48H: Sept. 41 ' Rye: May 87ft: July 7ft: Sept. 88ft. Barley: May 77ft July It. New York Provisions NEW YORK.' Jan. 11 OPl. - Flour, stesdy; Spring patents 7.00 - M: o(4 Winter straights I.8S - 6.0B; bard Winter strtlfhts 1.40 - 88. Rye flour, firm; fancy patents 4 80.80. Ry, firm; No. 1 American TSft f. o. b. New York and No, 1 western Mft e. I. f. New York. Buckwheat, steady; sport 1.U. Pork, quiet: mess iT.OOl family family M 80. Urd. steadier; middle west ll: - . Tallow, steady; soeolal Ioom Ift; extra 8H. Hay, steady; Ne. 1, 59.00: Ns. I, U.OS - M.SO: No. 1. W.OO.ia.OOi samsl II. 00 - 1100. Straw, stsady; No. 1 rye 14.00. 17.00. Been, sulst; marrow 400 - 18; pea 10 - 78: red kidney 8.89 - 8 00: white kidney IN, Hop, steady; PaMfie coast, 18M. prims to eholos 11 - 11; medium to prim 18 - to; leiss, ld - ll. Wholesale Produce Jan. 21, 1925. ' Demand was glow and supplies were moderate on nearly all lines of fruits and vegetables in the local wholesale produce market this morning. Prices remained steady. Butter sold higher while eggs and poultry held steady. Apples; Fswnsylvanls, - New York and Virginia, per bu. basket as to else, quality quality and variety, L00 - 1.T8. mostly i.M; Northwestern pts box a to size and quality. quality. Rom Beauty. 1.00 - I.M, Suyman 1.00 - 1.18, Delicious l.M - a.73. Broccoli: Texas per ert. 1.88 - 3.78: Cal ifornia par crt, 1.78 - 1.50, mostly 1.7S, csDoage: Texas per crt, 2 40 - 2.90, per ft ert, 1.40 - 1 80; New York per bbl, Danish Danish type, 1.00. Carrots: ' Texas per ert of 1 dosen bunches, 1.05 - 1.78; California per crt f 1 doeen bunohee, 1.90 - I.TS; New York and homegrown per bu. basket cut, 76c. Celery: Rough per ert. Florida, 1.80 - 4.00; California. l.M. Cranberries: Massachusetts and New jersey per zs - ip. pox as to us and oondl Uon, 5 00 - 0.00. Cucumber: Cuban par bu. box, 410 - s.w. Orapes: Oatlfornta par log anperor. x.vo - s.eg, as to conation; Ameruu, ISO per keg. Almerls from Boaln. 4.0O. Orspefrult: Florida per box as to else and quality, l.M - t.M, mottly 1.80 - 1.71. Lemons: California per box as to else ana qusiny, .oo - .ou, tiSttuoa: Arlsona and OshsfornU ert. as to quality and oondltlon, 1.80 - 4.00, mostly l.TS. Mushrooms: Fsnnsylvania par 1 - M. bas set as n siis and conaruoo, Tt - suc. Oranges: Par box u to else and quality, California Navels, 1.00 - 4.88; Florida 1.08 - Ontons: New York nor 80 - lb. sack yel low, 1.00 - 1.18, ss to slss and quality; Michigan per 80 - lb. sack ysllow, l.M. Pineapples: Puerto Rico per ert. as to tta an.4 ...itl'lu aaa a Potatoes: New York end Fsnnsylvania per ou, lacx, eo - sgc; Main par 100 - es. sack a to slss and ouaMtv. l.ld - 4.18. Radishes; South Oarollne par ert. 1.18 - 1.00, as to quality, . Sweet Potatoes: New Jersey par bu. hsm - pr, i.owi.ra; ueiswsrs per bu. neotpcr, l.dD - I.OU.' ,. Tsngertaes: Florida per sis and quality, 1.38 - 1.00, mostly 1.80. Tomato: Original lug. Outen. t.7; repacks, per 10 - lb. carton, 1.00 - 4.10. TumlDS: Ysllsw Clanad'aii mmr l.m. Uy P0W17;, Bear hens; Jl - Uc: - leg. horn hens. l - 17c: eld rose ten. lie: eol. pjel roasters. U - lle; Leghorn roasters, wise; turseys, v - soe. Dressed Poultry Heavy fowl, M - c; medium fowl, W - Me; light fowl. 18 - le; nmmw iwwt s - sf, iifni roasters, SI' 14c; turkeys, ao - lc. utter; : BS sesrs tubs. SSfte; H sears roiai, sine; n score print, sat; NO. fresh tube, He; No. 1 fresh rolls. 14c. , es; Nearby fresh mixed, He: nearby w.'.t. TrS;, .7sr maK' " U.S. Government Bonds NBW YORK. Jen, 1 f. - 0. S. Oovera - mtA.&"i "n1. closing prices idsilsr and thlrty - ssoondsl. Liberty 8ft 111 - 471 104.11; IK 4fts (IM7) lOlW: itk Vft (IJ - JII 101.17; 4th 4 ft (U.H; e)M 1011: 'Treasury tfte (3f) iRIj iva 48 - M A Ji, ls. - 4H Juns liS MT.Ifts (41 - 17) 101.14: Hs (41 - 411 Mayeb 10144! ifti loi.it; iy - (t.i) lotyifti TitJ. Pdarl Farm Mortgage Is (48) 100.8; Federal Farm Mortsag lft 84 101.1: Home Owners' 4s Un lot s - Mam. ?lM'l?,a!o,.l,, WT; Mw tt What Stocki Did ' Mn8 a... Ill IU Pscilne ,, ..,,,,, 101 17 uncoaagea n 117 Total ug i..... 80S M4 BADBB DMCHABOED , . Frank O. Rader, 1761 Jefferson Ave. nue, irrested by city police Saturday night en eharge of driving while Intoxicated, Intoxicated, was discharged when arraigned arraigned before Acting Police Magis trate William J, frieae yesterday after noon. I Anna StenY Hubby Wants to Be Himself BT DAN THOMAS HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 21. there's one man In Hollywood who isn't going going to sit by and bask in the reflected glory of his actress - wife. On the contrary, contrary, be plans to figure rather prominently prominently in her future success. That man is Sr. Eugene Frenke.' husband of the Russian star. Anna S ten. And, unless I miss my guess, his name is going to be pretty well known in the movie world in another year. In fact, he already is well started toward making a place for himself in this in. dustry. , An architect in Russia before com' ing to this country, Frenke only film experience consisted of working on stories with his wife. However, that hasn't stopped him. From the first he has felt that he had something to offer the picture business. So he set out to prove it and did, ; He wanted to become a director, but as he had had no experience, not single producer would give him any chances. 8s he started looking around for a strong idea to sell. - About that time Dr. Robert E. Cornish, famous California scientist, succeeded in bring ing a dead dog back to life. That was all Frenke needed., Why not a picture based upon this marvel of the ages? Working feverishly day and night, he wrote a very human and interesting story around this feat, Then he contacted Dr. Cornish and got permission to use film made of tns actual operation in his picture. Life Retains Thus fortified, he wept to Carl La - enunle, Jr., universal production boss, and sold him on the idea of such picture. Laemmle agreed, provided the film could be mads at very small cost. That production, ''Life , Returns now is completed. And Frenke has proved with It that he has very dis tinct directorial talents. Made in n days and without a sin gle big name in the cast, "Life Re turns" is as interesting a film ss have seen In months. Just enough of the life - giving operation is shown to lend the necessary authenticity and yet not enough to be gruesome. Despite the fact that in appearance he resembles a wrestler far more than a film director, Frenke is convincing wnen ne starts uniting about wnar can be done with a movie camera. "Eventually I want to achieve some thing with my wife," he confided, as he handed me s sample of a Russian liquor which must have been made from pure TNT. "We always have wonted together very weu and with great understanding. Hence I am confident that together we could do something groat in Hollywood.'' That in Itself sounds like a mighty food idea, is MUs eten soon Is going to need someone to help her acconv pllsh big things. A few more pictures like her last two, anl nobody will care whether she remains on the screen or not. Tet the actress herself has as much to offer as any wonan la the film colony, . , 'And now Fred Keating, who makes his first screen appearance In "The Captain Hates the Sea." rises to re mark that Hollywood n la vers whn apena so much time arguing over the relative difficulties of the state and screen, might hist as well save their breath. The really difficult business according to Fred, is night club en tertaining where you haven't any script to help you out. BMyweed Oesat Roaming around: - Jack London's daughter, Joan, visiting on the "Call of the Wild" set.... Oeorge Marshall nnng a gun off stage for a scene in Life Begins At Forty"... and hitting aa electric light bulb.... Ar line Judge cleaning up at the Santa Anita races ...and hubby, Wesley Ruggles, losing just as steadily.... Joan Bennett and Oene Markey greatly Interested ia the horses, nut not doing any betting,... Spencer Tracy and Us wife trying to find a good place along the fence.... Andy Clyde playing safe by betting on a favorite. While doing a scene for '"The Best Man Wins," Iddle Lowe persisted in looking at Director Brie Kenton. In stead of the latter he was supposed to he reading to Jack Holt. ' "What are you looking at me for " quqerled Kenton, as he called for. the. third retake. "He wants some applause,' as - claimed Holt ' For some time Jeanette MacDonald has been thinking that Der Xngilan sheep dog. captain, needed a wife. The other day she found what she considered a perfect mate for bun. But Captain bad other ideas. . His greeting to bis new guts was vieloui bite on the foreleg. Courthouse Notes Auditors of Benton Township, In their report to court yesterday, showed receipts of $3,M5 and expenditures of $2,535 for the year 1934. A similar report on the fiscal affairs of South Ablngton Township showed receipts of $10,484 and expenditures of $8,021 A fine of $200 was Imposed upon Paul E. Travis, 836 Monroe Avenue, by judge William R. Lewis yesterday. Travis pleaded guilty to a charge of making a false statement to the high' way department in obtaining an auto mobile license, falling to state that the vehicle's title was encumbered by a lien held by a finance company. The defendant was given until Feb. lt to pay the fine. , Adam Fodchaska, Archbald, was given $2,100 and his son, John, 18, $200, for injuries sustained by the latter when struck by two logs which rolled off a truck owned by Dewees Brothers, Plymouth, on the county road near Eynon last March. The awards were made by the trucking firm in an amicable adjustment of a suit against, lt by the Podchaskw. Three daughters of the late Mrs. Theresa Zerchach will receive her estate estate in equal shares under the terms of sn adjudication handed down In Orphans' Court yesterday. Each will receive a one - thifd Interest in nlne - teer shares of First National Bank of Carbondale stock and $877 In cash. In another audit yesterday the $2,272 estate of the late Thomas E. Johns was directed to be distributed to his widow and son. Five sons of the late Minnie Forkel will share her $2,539 estate and five sons and two daughters of the late Mrs. Sarah Vanlsky will share her estate, the court directed. King log Would Wed Rich American Girl VIENNA, Jan. 21 (ff). Bachelor ' king Zog of Albania 39 years old and not bad - looking Is caet - ing around for a $l,000,000 - a year American bride with enough v intelligence ana courage to help him . reform his backward 'and scnneUmes violent little mountain kingdom. :i. The million - dollar part of It Is not a Joke, and so far has been the' principle objection to all well - meant suggestions. American brides with six - figure . annual Incomes and the other ' necessary qualifications (1, advanced advanced thought; 3, ability; 3, personal personal attractiveness) - admittedly are not plentiful, On several occasions King Zog has confided to friends that he would like an American girl as a bride, being more western In his ideas than inclined toward a Mohammedan marriage. At one time he took the American American minister to Albania, then Charles C. Hart, former Washington Washington newspaper correspondent, into his confidence and asked him to look over the field in the United States. Hart made a survey and took back a number of marriageable names, Including that of Miss Natalie Natalie Hays Hammond, only daughter daughter ot John Hays Hammond, American millionaire mining engineer engineer and promoter. It was said Miss Hammond failed to qualify because her Income fell short of $1,000,000. Helping the Homemaker BT LOUISE BENNETT WEAVER Waffles 1 e volks 1 tablespoon 4 tesopoons baking powder ft teaspoon sslt 1 cup mlllc I egg whites, beaten sugsr tablespoons fat, melted 1 cuds flour Beat youcs, aaa ary ingredients ana milk. Beat l minute. Fold in whites and fat. Bake on waffle iron until well browned and crisp. For variety, spread hot waffles with cream cheese and currant Jam and serve for luncheon, tea or supper with a hot beverage. Raisin Coeklee 1 teaspoon lemon sstrsct W cup chopped rslstns 1 - 1 cups flour tesspoon soda 1 - 1 cup fst . IVm euos susar ! i"' l - l cup erssm I teaspoon nutmeg Vi teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla - Cream fat and sugar. Add eggs and cream. Add rest of ingredients and drop portions of soft dough from tip of spoon onto gressed baking sheet. Space inches apart. Bake 12 minutes in moderate oven. Baked Lima Beans 1 euos cooked lima $ tablespoons beans Vs tesspoon ssU tablespoons flour tablespoon , chopped onions ehOBosd celerv 4 slices bscon, cut lis sir 14 cup water $ tablsspoon brews suasr Mix all Ingredients, pour into but tered baking dish. Cover and bake 40 minutes in moderately slow oven.' uncover and bake minutes in hot oven to brown top. . Clinic at Minooka A preschool clinic will be held in the American Legion rooms, Minooka, to morrow morning at 9:30 o'clock. Dr. Joseph J. Rellly will be In eharge, as sisted by Miss Margaret Butler, nurse for the Pennsylvania Tuberculosis So ciety, Lackawanna County Branch, and Mrs. Marie . O'Malley. Motners are urged to bring their children up to 8 years of Me - Mothers attending the clinic for the first time are re quested to bring slip from the family doctor saying they cannot pay tor the medical services. - - Seek Freda Fernback The local police were asked yester day to try to locate Freda Fernback, 32, Philadelphia, missing from home since last week. A suitcase owned by the woman was found in a Greyhound bus here last Friday. The authorities last night began a check of local hos pitals to determine whether or not the woman had been treated at any of them during the last few days. KIWANMNS MEET TOMORROW Ralph A. Amerman win be the speaker at the luncheon meeting of the Seranton Kiwanis Club tomorrow at 12:14 o'clock in Hotel Casey. Development of thirty - two airports In the state of Washington under the ERA has resulted in expenditures of $278,248 in federal fundi. M. E. Clergy to Meet At Taylor on Feb. 12 Plans for the annual all - day meet' ing of the clergymen of the Scran - ton Llstrict, Wyoming Conference, Methodist Church, to be held on Feb. iz in tne Tsyior M. e. cnurcn, were discussed yesterday at a meeting of the M. ffi. clergy at Elm Park Church, The Rev. E. H. Lowry, Taylor, pre sided. A paper on "Methodist Min isters and the New Psychology' was read, by the Rev. H. S. Swales, pastor of the Myrtle Street M. E. Church. TechffighQass To Conduct Prom Miss Pallman Buried The funeral of Miss Helen Elsie Mae Pallman, a teacher at the Con servatory of Music, was held yester day afternoon from the home of her parents, Mr. end Mrs. Charles Pallman, Pallman, Shady Lane Road, Clarke Summit. Summit. The Christian Science service was conducted by Attorney D..L, Plckus, first reader of the First Church of Christ, Scientist. Flowerbearers were: Edgar, Arthur and Charles Pallman and Walter Reese. Casketbearers were: Arthur Oibbs, Clinton Vetter, Russell Snyder, WUHam Miller, Joseph Sheeley and Clifton Brecht. Interment was in the family maussoleum, Ablngton Hills Cemetery. Affair to Be Preceded by Banquet Tb semiannual commencement prom and banquet of the January graduating class of Technical High School will be held tonight in Hotel Casey. The banquet, which is for members of the class only, will be held from 8 to 8:30 o'clock. ' An Invitation has been extended to the public to attend the prom, which will begin at 8 o'clock. Gerard Mc - Donough is general chairman of the affair. He is being assisted by the following committees: Music, Ann Connors and Gerard cooney; program. program. Alice Blackmore and Anthony Spinelli; reception, Robert Kennedv, Leslie Miller, Thomas Rainey, vito Delar, Alive Von Bergen, Isabel Walsh, Beulah Berman and Madeline H&ber - land; publicity, Dorothy Kellow and R. Betty Sherwln. Chaperonel for the affair will be: Prof, and Mrs. John M. Beaumont, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. Bert O. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Seranton, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hodgson, Misses Stella Williams, Anna Russ, May Niland and Bffle Mcdellan. i Allege Man Paid $6.50 For $207 Worth of Loot Arraigned in police court yesterday on a charge of receiving stolen goods, a man described as Sam Bochnncow, 42, 331 Hallstead Court, was held in $500 ball by Acting Police Magistrate William J. Frieze. Two youngsters, Alex Seraflnko, 14, 415 Christ Court, and Joseph Barko, 15, 802 Fellows Court, charged with larceny, told the police that they had sold to Bochancow a large quantity of merchandise which they stole from Central City stores during ths holiday holiday season. The thefts occurred at the Sears, Roebuck Company, Stoehr & Flster and the Globe Store, the goods being valued at $207. Bochancow, Bochancow, lt Is alleged, bought the merchandise merchandise for $6.50. The two boys were committed to the House of Detention. Reinstates Suit Attorney Wallace O. Mceer yesterday yesterday renewed an action in trespass by Lulu B. Olttlngs, this city, against the Seranton Bus Company . The plaintiff voluntarily accepted a non. suit when the action was originally called for trial at the last term of Common Pleas Court. The suit Involves Involves damages for injuries sustained by the plaintiff while a bus passenger. A trespass action based upon a recent recent auto accident was filed yesterday by Helen Januszewskl against George and Alex Gnall. Attorney Sidney Grabowski represents the plaintiff. HALLSTEAD BANK OFFICERS The following directors were elected at a recent meeting of the First National National Bank of Hallstead: Dr. A. F. Merrell, E. A. Harmes, E. J. Churchill, O. L. Watkins and B. L. Bailey. The following officers were reelected: Dr. Merrell, president; E. A. Harmes, vice - president; O. W Watkins, cashier. and W. J. Kirby, assistant cashier. SOLVING THE EMPLOYMENT QUESTION i , Is sin easy job with Economy Want Ads THESE ADS GOT 73 Replies Secured Girl Secured Fine Position WANTBD MAN with prsvlous ssHlng I - pertenc to call on established routs of retail grocsrs In th Seranton and Wllkss - Barrs territory representing national national food sonoern. Writs Bos law, Republican. Republican. WANTED OIRIa - For' housework. 419 Lack.itanna Av., Olyphant. XPmttWOID YODNO WOMAN With best references, desires position as maid la good horn. Phono net. . - .a a'. a1 TOUNO MARRIED COUPLI wlU do lsni viol i - tparunent tor work or tend furnaos in sxehanss and 5117 for l - room aoart. Charles Shoemaksr. lees rear Wash. Ave. WHEN YOU NEED HELP CALL 7222 WANT AD HEADQUARTERS For Morning Results

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