The Town Talk from Alexandria, Louisiana on April 1, 1940 · Page 12
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Town Talk from Alexandria, Louisiana · Page 12

Alexandria, Louisiana
Issue Date:
Monday, April 1, 1940
Page 12
Start Free Trial

ai FY AMDRI A TOWN TALK, ALEXANDRIA, LA. KnfjAinf a s s s piciryfeg NEWS r ir jesh'-l r yO". H Lfillll p.e. ' $Jp 1,11,11 i l'fc''"lr4J't'-iC:y POUR OUEENS FILL TENNIS HOUS EAs come l.v t collection of w omen tennis , ...Til ,rn in mint time i thin quartet, which plaved in the national indoor championships afsew Yo k W o 'nrKarharine Vimhron of BoMnn; Mr.. Sarah Fabyan of Boston, third rank- f inj I . s. star; i aunnc nru w. i.. HP FICHTS BUT WHY? Versatile Arluro Godoy. tango, rhumba and conga. adUY 'NICHTCAPS' AREN'T A DRIN K Those hoods the V. S. irmy offlcen hAad:piedNforC,intertirnesn USef ul Purpose: camoui laj.n men during vjr dr p,, :' ., ill 11 "-w , P7.'"Mfe.''V: k - r VV-'- ' -1 ; t-Jr wtw. f.4 dk FYF ON EGYPT Review of the i:plian territorial . , 1 t " I. ZlliT" ixWm 1W. at Cairo, rated this salute by E8ypfS K., "Z JKJ DRUMS ALONC ST. LO U I S-Vladimir Golschmann. conductor of the St. Louis symphony, practices for his part-time role as drummer during annual pension fund concert. Oscar Johnson will "sub" for him, conducting. EYES ON EGYPT Review of tne Igypua.i t.-i nl.n i.vl irmj. at Cairo, rated this salute by Ept-. Kin- Tarouk u nso rountry might be thrratenea snou.a -r with an Allied tnrusi ai urrnwuj 1 K . 4 SjI 4 I w tx; r i c WWWWMsl,..,f ; , INDIANS BAN SWASTIKA Displeasure over Nazi "acts of oppression'' led four Ariiona Indian tnbrs to furswear use of the Indian swastika on their blankets and baskets, and to sign above proclamation banning use of the symbol. The proclamation read in part, "above ornament . . . has been desecrated recently by another nation of peoples." -VS m AB?" . , . -jA ...r . V. .V '.W.WW!VWV 1 ' t V1 (f ' H ' V-e I F v :4V u t' s 10 " ' ; -. : fc-:: j-ws-Kii. inr iiiii - n in iTnin-mwiif wain i ir.ii- m i. i hbvwdkhk;) RUFFLES AND RHUMBA Crowds at Havana's dance fetes call Hilda Alvarez "rhumba queen with good reason. SHOOTINC FOR A RECORD -it tS hefore Jimmy Foxx. Boston Red 1 Sox f.rsl . baseman mm sola. Fla., trades this game for the kind Foxx you hit em out 01 ms v BID FOR DAIRY VOTE? Even John I.. Lew is. who called Garner "a hiskey-drinking old man. nngiu iihe mi of Vice President John Garner toasting u ith milk the .iKth birthday of Montana's Sen. Burton K. Wheeler (left). SWEDE War threats to Sweden add to the cares of ien. O. (i. Thorncll (above), Sweden's chief of general staff. C E N S U S With explosive ire. Sen. C liarlrs W. Tobey R.-. H K above, accuses the I' S. census bureau of "prying into personal affairs" with questions about income. ' : I. ! . . ... - - ' Ll - - - . ' ' t ! . . jA ' f. , " - V. .,. v.. Jr s t . ! ! v 9 J ... i 1 jiSSSt' I v - V "f v't It M V- v -.5 ,..J. ic 1 1 1 '?"tr!. vry k . ts.x y 1 - , i.i. mm -Tiff ' ,,4 9J. i PACIFIC CALE NOT TORPEDO WRECKED THIS SH I P ictim or a windstorm, the "Nelson's Rlood." - t'SWjho.jrd, rtajUwedJniolo AngHci hbor. 1 he jacht bad jrjiliniJrMh UNCLE SAM'S UNDERCOVER )0B-Nativr palms were used to help conceal this I'. S. army Run in a thatched but. during recent war maneuvers at San Juan. I uerto Rico. Strategic Iucrto Firo vas acquired by l.S.A. in 18PR. FASHION MASQUER-AI D-'SlSa eyeo and a tailored straw bonnet is a ' h, buy g-i i .nn Krnll. N. Y. designer, "fits custom ...,. by remote control-sans any visit to jlir5 of makes these masks to accent facial Pfru"We absentia." In above case, woman n"

Clipped articles people have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 22,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Town Talk
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free