Star Tribune from Minneapolis, Minnesota on January 23, 1938 · Page 9
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Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Sunday, January 23, 1938
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THE MINNEAPOLIS TRIBUNE! SUNDAY JANUARY 23 1933 (11) PAGE NINE roiiiiii! The 150th birthday anniversary of of Emanuel Swedenborg, famous Swedish scientist and religious ieer, will be observed in Minneapolis Saturday evening at the American In-ittitute of Swedish Arts, Science and Literature. The observance will be sponsored by the Swedish Cultural SJciety of Minneapolis and St, Paul. Dr, Jt. E. Scammon, professor of medicine at the University of Min-nesota, will speak on Swedcnborg'i contribution to science. Dr. Scamnva has a personal liv-terest in Swedenborg's work, since ' his grand uncle financed the Swe-denborg foundation in London. From his study of the scientist's life he concluded Swedenborg has not been given the recognition due him. ,.,. . ; Minneapolis observance nf Swedenborg's birthday is one ot many in the Uru'Ud States, England and Sweden. Special radio broadcasts will carry commemorative pro. gram. The sponsoring committee in the United States Includes Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Helen. Kel-' ler, Bruce Barton, Edgar A, Guest, Robert Hutchins. president of the University of Chicago, and other nationally known f gures. , STATE POETS TO MEET. The annual meeting rf the League of Minnesota Poets will be held February 19 at the Francis Drake hotel. Plans for the session were discussed at meeting of the Min-neapolis Poetry eircle. Mrs. Amrta Albertson Wells Is president of the circle. WEST HIGH FLOAT WINS AT ICE FESTIVAL Portray t Hansel and Gretel Story at Girl Reserves Fete- Fm mmtf i i i . -iix i ' . ..A i-vTvri tin bn jv-Rjrr-; A 1 v ' f W 3 BURHEDTD DEATH ii GLAZING TAXIGAB Owns Old Relics VETERAN BANKER Kansas uuy, Jan. z-Hflv-Threc cerson, one of them a woman .1 WCIC iivv v ' vnm Od lUI Lid J afternoon when a taxicab in which they were riding failed to make a curve, rolled over three times and burst into flames. Two other persons were in "very critical" condition. The dead were identified as Mrs. Hazel Erter, Byron D. (Duke) Brown, about 41. drives, and Edward Halvey. At the hospital the injured men were listed as William Hudson, said! to be a former deputy constable, and Frank Ziobro, an upholsterer who recently moved here from said the intense heat kept them from opening the jammed' doors. Firemen put water on the! burning wreck for 10 minutes be-j fore battering open the doors and' dragging out the victims. No Frank Ziobro is listed in re cent Minneapolis city directories. I : J I. AI-wl lit ' t i.lm,r ' K EL 7 ' tilt I s TO IE FESTIVAL The Covered Wagon club, com- prising officials and staff members, ! active or retired, who have been llin the service of the Northwestern National Bank & Trust Co. or its Minneapolis affiliates 20 years or J more, will have its twelfth annual i dinner ' and festival at 6 p. m. Wednesday 'at the Nicollet hotel. Eighteen new passengers, "Class ; mann is chief scout, Harold Nelsen is keeper of the branding iron, and scouts are Robert C. Cooper, Elsie Grabow, Leonard Johnson, Myrtle H. Stewart and Florence M. McCar- " thy. The senior member of the club is Ivor W. Chambers, now retired, who joined the old Minnesota 1mn tt Trust Co. in 1833. " Tribun Staff Pbotoiraphfr. First place in the parade of floats at the se Tenth annual Ice festival giren by the Girl Reserves Saturdya night at the Arena was won by this float from West high school, which depicfed the story of Hansel and GreteL Left to right, front, Nancy Hayes, portraying the witch; Betty Walrath, Gretel, and Grace Hegman, Hansel; back, Pauline Hollis, Doris Anderson nad Eudora Rrndrll. . 'U' Theater Play h I Set February 1-5 The fourth University theater presentation of the season will be "No More Frontier," a three -act epic full of pageantry and scenes dealing with the history of Idaho. The production will be given February 1 to 6, inclusive. Frank M. Whiting Is the director. 9 o qualities we have sold for $1295 and $15 at 7 "A oitce-iit-rf-nfc-t!liitc butJM Jot this down as value achievement number one for 1938, for you've never seen coats like . this at such magnificent savings before. They Ve heavy winter fleeces and sturdy plaid backs that we've sold right along at $12.95 s and $15. When the manufacturer said "yes" to our price we were as astounded as you'll be when you see these well-tailored, smartly styled coats at only $7. Sizes 12 to 20 VALUE BASEMENT Minneapolis United' Radio Scries Shitted Minneapolis United, carrying on its campaign of help for Minne anolis by enlisting support of the program for saving and develop ing the city's industries, will con tinue its dramatic series of radio programs with broadcasts each Tuesday at 6:45 p. m. from station WTCN, beginning January 25. Time and station for the broadcasts, which heretofore have been Wednesday evening from KSTP. These programs are playlets descriptive of Minneapolis industry and stress ing its importance to the eity and the northwest. HIST ERS' GROUP WILL MEET 2 DAYS Dr. Harry F. Ward, professor of Union Theological seminary of New York city, will be the main speaker at a two-day meeting of the Minneapolis Ministers' federation January 31 and February 1. The first day's session will be at the University of Minnesota continuation center, and the second at the Y.W.&A, Twelfth street and Nicollet avenue. Subjects of Dr. Ward s talks will include "Re ligion in Public Affairs" and "Is Democracy on the Way Out There will be a seminar for members of the Methodist Federation for Social Service. The opening session will be a joint meeting with the Ministers' Federation cf St Paul. 1 V Dr. Minot to Discuss Anemia Treatment Dr. George R. Minot, professor of medicine at Harvard university, of 1917," will be taken aboard thej and a Nobel prize winner in medi- Covered Wagon and more than 100; cine in 1934 for discovery of a liver veterans, already enrolled in the! diet, will address students at the club, will be present t Fred P. Burgi is the driver of the Covered Wagon, in Mother words University of Minnesota in the medical science building Monday at 11 a. m. Dr. Minot will discuss head of the club. Richard Nau-1 diagnosis and treatment of anemia. Beauticians to Have Hearing on Tuesday A public hearing on conditions in the hair dressing and beauty culture fiqjd in Minneapolis and surrounding communities will be conducted by the Minnesota hair-dressir.g and beauty culture trade commission at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday in Zarthan hall, Masonic temple building,1 Hennepin avenue and S Sixth street The hearing also will consider recommendations to Gov-jernor Benson on standards govern- ! ing minimum prices, minimum wages, maximum hours of work, and hours of opening and closing of shops. Effect of Age Will Be Discussion Topic The effect of age on human abilities will be discussed by Dr. John E. Anderson, director of the Institute of Child Welfare, at an open meeting of the Minnesota Association for Applied Psychology at the Minnesota Union at 8 p. m. Monday. Popular beliefs about the inefficiency of older persons, their inability to learn and their general decline are not wholly supported by careful interpretation of available evidence, according to Dr. Anderson. Frederick Wilson. A Minneapolis man who par- ' ticipated in the expedition which in 1907 obtained the legendary "sacred bundle" from the Gros Ventre Indians in North Dakota still has relics from that venture which the Indians regarded as sacred. Frederick Wilson, a member of the Minneapolis Archaeological society, recalled the trip when two of the aged Indians recently went to New York and obtained their . tribe's rainmaker, . two mystic : skulls of thunderbjrds encased in buckskin. Some of his Indian relics are on display at the museum of the society in -the Walker art galleries. FRENCH MOVIE PIONEER DIES. Paris, Jan. , 22. (IP) George Melies, 77, pioneer motion picture producer, died at a Paris hospital after a long illness. Melies began producing in 1895. He presided at the first international congress of the cinema. January Clearance SEWING M A CHIMIN IE ?. i . m9 ' ; ? to .- .r'. r7-r.,.-rl,.l,l, A 1.. i:. Each Machine IVIlh a New Machine Guarantee Floor Models, Demonstrators! Pay $1 Down, Balance Monthly! 3 Only! Rcsulorly $65. Do- 0 4 Eft mcttic Cobinet Electrics ..... JJwllWW 2 Only! Regularly $70. New Willard Cabinet Electrics 3 Only! Regularly $80. White Cabinet Electric.. 4 Only! Regularly $95. White Console Electrics . . , 2 Only! Regularly $115. White Console Electrics . , $37.50 $46.50 $59.45 $68.85 DONALDSON'S SEWING MACHINES THIRD FLOOR IRIS SOCIETY TO MEET. , The annual meeting of the Peony and Iris society will be held Tuesday at the Davidson cafeteria, Sixth and Minnesota streets, St. Paul. i Last 7 Pays of tiicIfiazorllBlade - ALIE !- PL APES At Their Oncc-o-Ycar Price! FOR 50 SINGLE EDGE BLADES. .25 for 69c 9 Made mm SwtJ. inh $tect. - Blarfei abtotulcly uniform. fl n rf without brtaking. 9 Specially trtated with oil. Do not irrilalo tendtr tkini. Men, end the bother of remembering ta buy reiof blades for month to come by sharing in the Donaldson Jonuory Blade offer! But you hove just SEVEN DAYS mere to moke this ence-a-year saving, and then these popular blades ' go back to their regular year-round price! "Donaldson Blades" are part of the shaving equipment of thousands of m:n who buy a year's supply always in this January opportunity! ii 'iiiiii ill - OIIUEIl BY MAIL - DONALDSON'S, Minneapolis, Send me Donoldtoh Rotor Blades as follows: ..... Packages Double Edge Blades at 50 for 69c .... .Packages Single Edge Blades at 25 for 69c NAME ADDRESS thousands of dollars9 icorth of regular sfovli merchandise reduced! i i i it ii mi m ii i w n i I F A ft A'Mil 3 un Mux nuu r i if h3 All short lots, incomplete size and color ranges, broken assortments MARKED DOWN to prices that will sell them quickly! SAVE ON HUNDREDS OF NEEDED ITEMS f CITY ....... ' Clnthint HaxiM t: 3 ( ) Chornj A ( ) Cash ( ) C. O. D. :1 I W I I Ml n v' Tl-H (I

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