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e ? THE MUNCIE MORNING STAR, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1936. 10 i SUNDAY IS VISITORS' DAY AT SING-A-LONG Miss Florence H. Adams, general secretary of the Y. W. C. A., who is directing the association's summer camp at Tri Lakes, and Miss Doris Morris, councilor, were in Muncie on business for the camp yesterday. High school girls are at the camp this week and on Wednesday a camp for adults, boys and girls over eighteen years of age, will open. The chaperones will be Mr. and Mrs. William Wiggs and Miss Adams. Registrations may be made at the Y. W. C. A. office. The adult camping period will last one wpek, the remainder of the summer camo to be for grade and junior hign school girls. A new raft Is being built to be anchored near the camp pier in Round Lake, Miss Adams said. An improvement has been made to the camp lakefront by destroying weeds growing in the water and spreading the bottom with gravel. Sunday will be visitors' day at the camp. Visitors may have dinner at Sing-A-Long at 1:30 o'clock on Sundays by sending in their reservations the day before. PROMISE IS MADE Continued From First Page. brought to the farms and pledged continuation of such efforts along with a fair-minded administration quick to recognize and meet new problems. There was no crop insurance pledge, such as had been advocated by Secretary Wallace. It favored production of "all the market will absorb both at home and abroad plus a reserve supply sufficient to insure fair prices to consumers." It favored also loans on seasonal surpluses and. retirement of sub-marginal lands. Townsend Flank Out. A battle in committee over the Townsend old age pension plan, or some variation, did not materialize. The plan was suggested and voted down. Instead, the pledge was made to build foundations for the security of those who are faced with the hazards of unemployment and old, age. This was to be based on the Social Security Act. Collective bargaining was mentioned as something already written into the law. Credit was taken for increasing the worker's own pay and shortening his hours. The platform also pledged extension of the housing program, to just treatment for war veterans and their dependents, new opportunity for youth, drought and flood relief, and guardianship of civil liberties. TODAY Continued From First Page. ty compared to nature's cruelty. Nature allows one young fish to live, she kills forty thousand, and her race discriminations and hatreds would seem more intense than the hatreds and cruelties of the most viciously prejudiced human being. For instance, in one big American city statistics show "three times as many negroes and whites, in proportion to population, from tuberculosis every year." And nature's cruelty and her statistics cannot be reached through legislation. You don't wonder that crime, is a safe industry in the United States when the lawyer of a criminal can say to one of the prosecutors, "sell out to my client, and I will put you on the Supreme Court bench, or forfeit a quarter of a million cash, if I fail." Copyriaht. 1936. by Kine Features Syndicate. Inc., International Copyright and All Ofher Rights Reserved. Men Find The Corner Lunch An Excellent Place to Visit Men like to congregate for talk of sporting events and other topics and there is such a spot. Such a spot is the Corner Lunch at 501 South Walnut street. Here you can visit with companions who talk your language and enjoy yourself. The Corner Lunch is operated under the direction of the well known Vern Walburn, who believes in operating a sanitary place of business and, doing everything he can for the benefit of customers. Proof of the interest taken in sporting events is revealed by visiting the store, where the entire north wall of the building is lined with pictures of wrestling and boxing performers of years past and of the present day group. In addition the Corner Lunch is sponsoring a fast semi-pro baseball team again this year. The team was formerly known as the Duffy Indians and boasts an enviable record. At the Corner Lunch you can be assured of courteous treatment. Delicious, wholesome and. above all, sanitary food is served from a mod- Supplies Wiring Repairs Phone 5896 207 S. Calvert Muncie, Ind. IlZ Gas and Oils ETHEBIDGE SERVICE STATION. 11th and Hovt. EICHER SERVICE STATION, Jackson and Pershing PITTENGER SERVICE STATION, Wheeling and Bethel. JONES SERVICE STATION, Walnut and Centennial. CITY STORAGE GARAGE. Main and Elm. O. W. HARLESS, 8th and Walnut. v Large Crowd Views New Streamlined Train During 10-Minute Stop-Over Here On Its Way to New York, Via Detroit, For Station Display, A large crowd was at the Union Station last night to view the New York Central's new streamlined marvel, "The Mercury." Leaving Indianapolis at 7 o'clock last night, the tram arrived at the local depot at 8:10 o'clock, and departed eastward ten minutes later. It is on its way to New York City via Detroit where it will appear on exhibition in the Grand Central terminal Sunday and Monday. Several officials of the road were with the train, including Trainmaster Connelly, and Division Superintendent T. J. Hays. The crew was in charge of Conductor Combs. Engine Wheels Illuminated. The new train, air-conditioned throughout, is of unique design from end to end and has many innovations in appointments and mechanical features. The seven cars attached to the locomotive are full dimension and are constructed of steel. They are substantially lighter than the present standard equipment used on other trains. The engine, painted a dark gray with silver striping, has permanent illumination of its 79-inch disc driving wheels and their silvered rods by floodlights concealed beneath the streamline covering. It is of a high speed Pacific type and will be used in hauling fast trains over the system. The cars consist of combination WIVES ARE GUESTS OF EXCHANGE CLUB The ladies' night and guest party of the Exchange Club held at Grand-view County Crub, near Anderson, last night, was attended by more than 75 persons. Golf was a feature of the afternoon, with the Rev. E. E. Franklin turning in the low card with 84. Keith Matthews, magician, " entertained during the dinner, following which there were dancing and cards. A feature of the program was the trial of Fred Covalt and Albert Martin on charges Qf prevaricating, re-suite of their recent fishing expedition. Chester Wingate served as judge, with Ray Clark the prosecutor, Dr. John Bowles defense attorney, and Dr. L. F. Icerman. The fishermen era kitchen. As for drinks, almost any brand of liquor can be procured in packages to take out or in mixed drinks at the bar. And don't forget that the best of beer is always car-"ried on draught or can be purchased in bottles. In the past few years, the Corner Lunch has become a very popular place with the men of this community. They can visit here in an atmosphere of friendliness and companionship that is not found everywhere. The next time minutes hang heavily for you, visit the Corner Lunch, introduce yourself to Vern Walburn and he will make yon feel at home. . As Mr. Walburn said, the Corner Lunch is "just a good place for real men to find enjoyment." Special Sunday Dinners Turkey 75c $1.00 Also Dinners at 50c Week Day Lunches 35c-50c Mandarin Inn 120 E. Jackson St. For Best Results McCormick Deering Cream Separators Stainless Steel and All Roller Bearing . 1 Used 1935 Cream Separator Thoroughly Guaranteed $6q McCormick-Deering Store International Harvester Co. 120 W. Willard Phone 541 I r osss, i & i f si fcV-T tVv" 111 37- 'vJi lit - JxH M $fk4 te&k -VV v 4r&t?it J mm? Indianapolis, June 25 (Special)-! While the band played "I'm Working On the Railroad," thousands of people viewed "The Mercury," (above) new streamlined train of the New York Central lines in the union station here today. Miss Louise Landman christened the train (below) with a bottle of champagne an hour before its departure for Muncie and Detroit. baggage car and coach, a coach with smoking room for men and women, full length diner with new seating arrangement, a pantry-kitchen car, a lounge bar car, parlor car and parlor-observation car with streamlined rounded rear end, into which is built were convicted and fined ice cream for all guests. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Minton were chairmen of the committee, which included Dr. and Mrs. John Bowles, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cullison, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Clevenger, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Bevens and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hampton. HUGHEL AND PFAFF CONVICTIONS UPHELD Chicago, June 25 Convictions of Myron M. Hughel and Walter P. Pfaff, Indianapolis Investment brokers, on charges of using the mails to defraud were upheld today ty the U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals. U. S. District Judge Robert C. Baltzell sentenced Hughel to serve five years in Leavenworth and pay a fine of $3,000, while Pfaff was given a sentence of three years and fined $3,000. MAILS HER LETTER, BUT GETS FIREMEN Mistaking a firebox for one of Uncle Sam's letter boxes, a woman living in the vicinity of Jackson and Martin streets pulled the wrong lever about 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon and firemen came on the run. HIS COLD SHOWER HOT Lansing, Mich., June 25. Ray L. Griffith, cleaning plant operator, went to the bath room at his home to take a cold shower. He turned on the cold water, but the water's temperature was almost boiling. Investigating, he learned his house was on fire, caused by wiring in the ceiling. The damage was estimated at $500. VISIT AT CAMP REDWING A group of nearly 100 Boy Scouts and their scoutmasters accepted an invitation of Camp Redwing directors and were entertained last evening at the camp. The visitors were given a sample of camp fare and attended campfire ceremonies. CHURCH MEETING AT PARK. An inter-denominational fellowship meeting will be held in Heekin Park at the band stand from 3 to 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Music and singing will be furnished by the Alliance, the Nazarenes and other local churches. The sermon will be preached by the Rev. Mark Story, pastor of the Pil-gram Holiness. Takes Fire to Firemen Fire was brought to the proper place about 10:55 o'clock last night, when Rupert Kumer, of -Fort Wayne, discovered his automobile afire while in the vicinity of Mulberry and Jackson streets. Mr. Kumer drove three squares to the Central Fire Station where firemen quenched the flames, but enly after considerable- damage had been done. A short circuit is believed to have caused the blaze. 4 - an electric sign bearing the train's name. The Mercury will be placed in service between Cleveland, Toledo and Detroit on July 15 on a fast schedule, reducing running time to 2 hours and 50 minutes. BL00MINGT0N YOUTH IS DROWNING VICTIM Bloomington, Ind., June 25 (JP) Eddie Goodman, 13, drowned in a pond near here this afternoon after a struggle in which he almost pulled Bob Weddle, 14, down with him. The two boys, with another companion, had gone to the pond to swim. Although the Goodman youth was considered a good swimmer, he sank in ten feet of water. His body was recovered a short time later by a life guard, brought from Blooming-ton. KOKOMO DRUGGIST DIES. Kokomo, Ind., June 25 JP) Physicians "said tonight Paul R. Phillips, 30, manager of a drug store here who was found dead in his room at the Y. M. C. A. here today, apparently died from natural causes. Big $1 Boffle for Only 49c SCOTT PHARMACY 600 S. Walnut Corner Seymour To honestly prove the great value of OLD MOHAWK INDIAN TONIC for relieving stomach, kidney and liver troubles, we will sell until fur-them notice the regular $1 bottle (12 ounces two weeks' treatment) for 49 cents upon present atlon of this ad. Limited 3 to a customer. We also guarantee to refund full purchase price to any person who is not satisfied that the medicine Is not' worth at least ten times what he paid for it. Wi t h 1 n 12 hours Old Mohawk Indian Tonic will drive poisons from your system as black as any ink that ever came from a bottle. It causes a more natural action than any other medicine we know of. It Is a good treatment for rheumatic and neuritis pains ii. arms, neck back, hips and legs, giving speedy relief. Every persoD needs a thorough cleaning out of their systems 4 or S times a year. This makes you less liable to rheumatism, appendicitis and other dangerous diseases. Even one dose will help a sick stomach, gas and bloating. Send iSc for Dostage. Advertisement. U. S. GOVT. JOBS Four out of every one thousand citizens must train as Social Security Experts. Instructions by mail. Use the coupon. Interstate Educational Club Department No. 16 Bankers Building, Chicago, HI. Send full particulars Training By Mail Social Security Laws. How do I secure position after Training. NAME ADDRESS fn! ri T. TWO DALEVILLE GIRLS WIN AT MATTHEWS Miss Josephine Hancock, 17, and Miss Verl Richman, 16, both of Dale-ville. won the amateur contest staged at Matthews last night and will compete in a state contest at radio station WFBM, Indianapolis, on July 18. Winners of the Indianapolis contest will play at the state fair. The Johnson Family, of Matthews, with a family orchestra, won second place and will also compete at Indianapolis The Daleville girls wore blue sailor blouses and white slacks. Miss Hancock plays the marimba and Miss Richman the accordion. CALLS INDIANA G. 0. P. COMMITTEE MEETING Indianapolis, June 25 (P) Strategy for the fall campaign will be mapped by the Republican state committee at a meeting here next Wednesday. The conference was called by Ivan C. Morgan, state chairman, following a meeting with most of the Republican candidates for state and congressional offices. REUNION IS POSTPONED Postponement of the old Science Hill Springport school reunion for pupils and teachers was announced yesterday. The reunion, originally scheduled for Sunday, has been moved up to Sunday, July 12, at Memorial Park in Newcastle. Several Delaware County residents are former pupils or teachers at the school. J. M. Barnard of Daleville is the oldest teacher now living. AT PEARSON'S Don't tarry another day you can have brand new furniture for your home now Our low' prices on quality merchandise enables you to do it now Use your credit, pay a small amount weekly. we lXk ,t . vf ' GIVEN WITH - 7 - EAfCFAST SET INCLUDES . . . Breakfast Table 4 Chairs to Match 423 S. STATE "COPS" NAB ELEVEN MOTORISTS State police swooped down on Muncie and vicinity last night and took eleven persons into camp for violation of the motor vehicle laws. Those arrested included Sam Colvin of Roy-erton, Marguarite Atha, R. F. D. 2, Muncie; Lawrence E. Campbell, of Albany: W. J. Ketterman, 1401 Riverside avenue; James Barefoot of Muncie; George R. Blount, of Farmland; Brack Tate, of Muncie; Everett Lough, of Decatur, Ind., and Fred Stewart, of Ridgeville. State troopers figuring in the apprehensions were Gufflgan, Zirkle, Krintz, Werner and Daugherty. ILLNESS FATAL TO BOY J. Doyle Spoonamore, Jr., 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Doyle Spoonamore, Sr., 915 West Powers street, died at 9:20 o'clock last night in Ball Me-y morial Hospital following a short illness. The body was removed to the Moffitt and Piepho funeral home. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. MOTORISTS ARRESTED James C. Wood of Dunkirk, was arrested by State Trooper Gufflgan at 9:15 o'clock last night for failure to have license plates on his automoile. About 9:30 o'clock Paul Lennington. of 111 North Liberty street, was taken into custody by state troopers for driving while intoxicated and resisting an officer. Stanford University will assemble a library on the history of transportation. USE YOUR CREDIT INCLUDES . . . Bed Chest and Vanity Rug 2 Pillows EACH OUTFIT Piece Electric Toaster Electric Iron Walnut St. FIRE AT WRECKING COMPANY. Fire starting in old automobile seats, cushions and tires brought firemen to the Hartley Wrecking Company about 10:50 o'clock last night. No appreciable estimate of the damage sustained was learned but it is believed not to be heavy. My HeaHttSa Meflaod Wnaa Dr. H. Blaine Holloway, 315 E. Charles St., Muncie, Ind. Dear Doctor Holloway: Your treatments have made me feel like a new person. I was a very weak and sick man, unable to do my farm work. I spent so rriuch money and time with other doctors before I went to you. Your treatments may sound expensive to some people, but I have found out after taking so many other different treatments that in the end I got well and didn't spend my money for nothing. Sincerely, I. S. VANDERVENDER, R. F. D. 1, Selma, Ind. Living Room Suite ONLY o. INCLUDES . . . 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