The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on August 28, 1933 · Page 13
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The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana · Page 13

Indianapolis, Indiana
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Monday, August 28, 1933
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Star Indianapolis The S E C O N D SECTION Sports, Financial, Classified MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 28, 1933. 250 CHILDREN CLOSE JEWISH GAMP PERIOD mo id BUDGET HEARING For a Very Limited Time! ,0 Style '0 Civic, Tax Payers' Delegates Invited to Make Arguments Tonight. 0' . h , . . . 'W'.111iv, De Luxe Quality Broadcloth Shirts with The city Council tonight will hear the arguments of those who think the 1934 civil city budget should show a greater reduction than the $203,646.17 slash made in it by Mayor Reginald H. Sullivan and Evans Woollen Jr., city controller. Members and representatives of civic and tax payers' organizations and any others who wish to be heard have been invited by. the Council. $6,960,539 Budget Total. The budget, fixing a rate of $1.31 on each $100 of taxable property, was sent to the Council last Monday night. Members of the Council will study it this week to determine whether further cuts may be made. The budget and rate-fixing ordinances must be passed at the meeting the first Monday in September. Final public hearing on the budget will be held at that meeting. Appropriations totaling $6,960,539.04 are provided in the budget. The rate of $1.31 is 5 cents higher than the 1933 rate, due to a reduction of more than $43,000,000 in the total assessed valuation which is used as a tax base. CUSTOM Monogramming While You Wait! mm Two hundred and fifty children, all of whom had benefited from the health-building workx of the Big Eagle camp of the Jewish Federation near Zionsville this summer, gathered at the camp yesterday afternoon for the final program of the 1933 season. In this number were the seventy-five children who attended the final camp period. The program Included a variety of games and contests and prizes were awarded children with the best camp records. About one hundred adults attended. The camp was established twelve years ago and began its existence in Broad Ripple. The present site was dedicated in 1929. Improvement of the physical condition of children in Jewish homes is its major function, with particular emphasis placed upon building the weight of children up to normal. Children remain at the camp at least two weeks, and longer if their condition warrants. St. Brid get' C hurch Outing Attracts 1,000 Four hundred members of St. Bridget's Catholic Church ate chicken dinner at the annual outing yesterday and nearly one thousand attended the festivities some time during the day, according to the Rev. John F. McShane, pastor. The outing was held at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Cleary on the county line road south of Clermont. Dancing, special music and cards were on the program. Guests from Lebanon and Brownsburg also attended. Fails Twice at Suicide, Woman Goes to Hospital After making two unsuccessful attempts to commit suicide yesterday, Mrs. Andrew A, Hall, 47 years old, 1257 West McCarty street, was sent to the City hospital for treatment. Hall told police that his wife jumped into White river at the Belt railroad while they were fishing. He rescued her and when they returned home Mrs. Hall obtained a bottle of poison and drank a part of 'the contents. Sergt. Noel Jones and a police squad investigated. INDIANAPOLIS TODAY PHI DELTA THETA, meeting, Hotel Severin, 7 p. m. INDIANAPOLIS RETAIL HARDWARE ASSOCIATION, meeting, Hotel Severin, 8 p. m. NORTH SIDE REALTORS, luncheon, Board of Trade, noon. SCIENTECH CLUB, luncheon, Columbia Club, noon. JUNTO, . luncheon, Columbia Club, noon. PRECANCEL STAMP SOCIETY, convention, Hotel Lockerbie, all day. FIELD MEN, luncheon, Hotel Washington, noon. IRVINGTON REPUBLICAN CLUB, meeting, 5446a East Washington street, 8 p. m. TYPOTHETAE, luncheon, Hotel Lincoln, noon. STAMP EXHIBITION IS OPEN TO PUBLIC 3 for $4.00 V, Buy for NOW! Buy for the Future! Buy for Christmas! HERE'S NEWS! Fine, silky finish, full count broadcloths ! Exquisite in appearance! Long-wearing1! : Impeccably tailored ! And we'll monogram them to your individual order ! THINK OF IT! Personalized shirts ! Quality shirts ! At a price usually asked for the most ordinary kinds ! WE'LL HAVE AN OPERATOR HERE to monogram . the shirts while you wait, if desired ! CHOOSE GENEROUSLY! Obviously these are exceptional values! In fact, we can maintain this offer only for a very limited time! Collar-attached style in white, blue, tan or gray. Neckband style in white. Monogramming in black, blue, red, green or tan! The stamp exhibition held In connection with the eleventh annual conventon of the Precancel Stamp Society in the Hotel Lockerbie will be open to the public today, tomorrow and Wednesday free of charge. Among interesting items being shown is the red 5-cent error, showing a block of 2-cent stamps with two 5-cent stamps in the center. How this error ever was made by the government printing office never has been explained satisfactorly. Many fine exhibits of precanceled stamps and foreign stamps also are shown. C. O. Warnock was .given a silver loving cup for the best display of foreign stamps and the Lockerbie trophy. Prominent Collectors Here. Among the prominent stamp collectors already in attendance are Prof. V)icn Ordering by Mail or Phone Please Let Us Know 'leter you want the collar attached or neckband shirt? What size? What color? What "leeve length? Also specify the nyie of monogramming, the lot-tens for it, and which color you prefer it in. A. F. Gamber of Valley City, N. D., president of the Precancel Stamp Society; Dr. W. I. Mitchell of Berkeley, Cal., editor of the Bureau Print Catalogue; Stephen G. Rich of New York, editor of the Precancel Bee; Capt. Harry Pforzheimer of Fort Thomas, Ky. ; Henry Goetzelt of Black River Fall, Wis., and Alvin Krause of Milwaukee, Wis. The convention is under the sponsorship of the Indiana Stamp Club, a local society of several hundred members. L. O. Ward is convention chairman and A. W. C. Brumfield is chairman of arrangements. MEN'S SHOP Main Floor. NEWS OF THE DAY AS THE PICTURES RECORD IT. 111! IjCWMtMHHWMWjj I J V - jU 1 jlrn pw ffiXfv. H A., :.,;:: , ,,,, i , , . . 1 . 'r l l TKLLS HIS "I JfSIL K STORY" Senator - Arthur H. Vandenberg of Michigan, -testifying before the jury Investigating the closing of two Detroit banks. (Associated Press.) WIIvI) l'LAXE FLIGHT EXDS IX CRASH Climaxing a wild flight over a thickly populated district, the biplane pictured crashed In a back yard at Los Angeles, Cal. Ronald Wilson, 30 years old, the pilot, and his passenger, Corinna Marlowe, 27 years old, an actress, were uninjured. They were charged with being intoxicated In the air. (Associated Press.) DISCUSS GOVERNMENT FINANCE With his two fiscal aids, William H. Woodin (upper left), secretary of the treasury, and Lewis Douglas, budget director, President Roosevelt went deep into the question of public and government finance. Reports of an inflation movement and establishment of a market for the sale of new mined gold abroad are frequent but the President was silent on both propositions. (Associated Press.) GlBSONi PRESENTS CREDENTIALS IN BRAZIL Hugh S. Gibson (with cane). Uncle Sara's new ambassador to Brazil, Is shown just after presenting his credentials to Provisional President Getulio Varcas, in the presidential palace at Rio de Janeiro. (Associated Press.) 1 '" i J i i iMiiiinmniiniiniii , jini y ' ' I ::v.-::x;:;:;:;:;;;:;:;:;:;:;::vv:;:':o ...... Y : Jk- V i THRKK EGGS A DAY- -Nira Roosevelt is the name of this hen, and she's the star egg-layer at the world's fair at Chicago. She broke her Lwo-a-day record with a third egg in twenty-four hours. Hhe's a white Leghorn and participated in the international egg-laying contest conducted at the exposition in the Windy City. (Associated Tress.) DINOSAUR BOXE AND GUN FOUND IN HONDURAS Gregory Mason, archeologist of the University of Pennsylvania, holding the finds he took In Spanish Honduras. The gun is believed to have been used by William Walker, who set himself up as President of Nicaragua in the 1850's, and the bone is evidence that giant animals once inhabited Central America. (Associated Press.) . , . WINS llAUi IX HOSPITAL BILL ROW BaBy Elaine has been reunited with her father, Stanley Shopkus, in a Chicago court. The judge ruled it was improper for a hospital to hold the child as a chattel for nonpayment of a bill. "Don't pay a dime," shouted the judge as he issued an order to the hospital to release the infant. (Associated Fress.) MISS CALIFORNIA CANDIDATES The tallest and the shortest of more than one hundred girls who are seeking the title of yiss California. They are Georgette Schwing (left), 4 feet 6 inches tall, and Andree Crosby, 6 feet i inches U1L (Associated Press.) NEWLYAVEDS RETURN FROM EUROPE Harry Woodring, assistant secretary of war, and his bride, the former Helen Coolidge, Fitchburg, Mass., arriving in New York after a trip abroad.i Mrs. Woodring is the daughter of Senator Marcus Coolidge. (Associated Press.)

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