The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on November 1, 1944 · Page 10
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Police Grin fflier Holiday Prank Period Concluded Police officers were grinning today as pleased as jack o'lanterns over the quiet way Ogden youngsters celebrated Halloween. Chief T. R. Johnson said no serious cases of malicious mischief i or destruction were reported to the police during the zero hours of the night and only two minor reports appeared on the officers report slips today. Costumed youngsters were prominent in city streets until ten o'clock, when the curfew blew, and shortly thereafter the witches, devils and ghosts began to disappear. One' woman reported that an old cannon, believed to have been one located in Gold Star drive, was placed in the street fronting 1876 Washington. Two windows were broken out of a store at 314 Washington, but it was not determined if this was work of Halloween pranksters. Peace officers agreed it was the quietest Halloween in many years and gave a sigh of relief and gratitude for the consideration of the youngsters. Here's MorningMter the Wight Before Patriotic Drama Set Tonight Indications pointed to a packed house tonight at the Ogden high school auditorium for the piesen- tation of "Liberty Speaks," a patriotic drama, according to David J Wilson, program chairman. '·· Music will be provided by high school orchestra and a cappella choir, with the opening number scheduled for eight p. m. j Mr. Wilson Issued an invitation | for the general public to attend j without charge. The musical program includes: America the Beaut.'ful, -choir, accompanied by orchestra, with Nor- , ma Fletch and male quartet, composed of Marvon Steed. Douglas Toone, John Coray and Frank Thurman. , America, choir and orchestra. ; Yankee Doodle, choir and orchestra, i Hail Columbia, choir and orches- | tra. ! Medley of Civil War Song?, choir and orchestra. Battle Hymn of Republic, choir and orchestra. Over There, irhoir and orchestra. Marine Hymn, orchestra. Anchors A weigh, orchestra. Artillery Song, orchestra. Air Corps Song, orchestra. Star Spangled Banner, choir, audience and orchestra. Double Your Money Back If Pimples Don't Disappear Yes. It Is true, there Is a safe harmless medicated liquid called Klccrex that dries up pimples quickly. Many report that they had a red sore pimply face one nlsht and surprised their Mends the next day with a clear complexion. There Is no risk. The first application must convince you or you get double your money back. Only 50c. Join the happy Kleerex users who are no longer embarrassed with unsightly plm- £ les. Sold and recommended by Pas ess and drug stores everywhere. WINDOW WASH-DAY . . . With downtown store windows and residential panes.waxed and soaped ^kethey never were before, merchants and house wives-and some of the kids who TM a ^ ed TM e TM ^ Final Tax Date Drawing Bear Deadline for payment of 1944 taxes will be Nov. 30 and no extension will be granted, according to Arias G. Belnap. county treasurer who warned that taxes will be placed on the delinquent list after that date. Mr. Belnap reported payments are coming in more rapidly than they did a year ago, indicating that most property owners are anxious to have their taxes paid. Cigarets Gone, Stores Report By United Press The cigaret shortage hit rock- bottom across the country today and United Press reporters in major cities found it virtually impossible to buy popular brands or, in some cities, any cigarets at all. A United Press reporter in Atlanta asked for cigarets in 19 stores in the business district and found none. A tour of Chicago's Loop turned up a few packs of the not so well known brands, but no popular ones. Of 14 stores along Manhattan's Forty-second street, the heart of New York, two had a few packs of Camels and Chesterfields, eight had no cigarets of any kind, and the rest had tiny stocks of less well-known brands. 'No Cigarets Today' In San Francisco, 'No cigarets today' signs were being displayed by cigar stores through all of the Bay area. · · Boston merchants said the shortage never had been so severe. They had few cigarets of any kind. , ParadoxicaUy, a reporter in Columbia, S. C., bought three cartons j--cartons, not packs--of a well- I known brand from a merchant who never had seen him before. The merchant had plenty of cigarets. Black Market Hit A high executive of one of "the big five" of cigaret manufacturers told the United Press that a flourishing and growing black market was at least partly responsible. It starts with the jobbers who used to sell to sub-jobbers in a competitive field that kept prices low, fte said. Now, knowing they can get almost any price they ask, some jobbers are selling to night clubs and saloons and direct to retailers, this executive continued. "Their price per case used to be §72," he said. "Now it runs from $75 to $80 to retailers and saloons and up to $90 to night clubs. We cigaret manufacturers know the jobbers who are selling illegally, but we can't cut off their supplies legally." Eric Calamca, president of the Retail Tobacco Dealers of America, confirmed the existence of the black market, but said it merely was causing an uneven distribution rather than contributing to the shortage. Going to Service Men All manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers agreed that the basic causes of the shortage were, in order of importance; 30 to 50 per cent of popular brand output going to the armed forces; large but unknown quantities going to occupied and liberated countries; greatly increased civilian demand; a slight reduction in manufacturing output due to the manpower shortage; uneven distribution. The cigaret shortage was causing some women in Cleveland to buy pipes. Coeds on the campus of the University of Tennessee in Knoxville were smoking pipes, "dog- patch style." "Liberty Speaks" Thrilling Stage Show! (Cast of 24 People) Hear and See: · PATRICK HENRY · BENJAMIN FRANKLIN · GEORGE WASHINGTON · THOMAS JEFFERSON · ANDREW JACKSON · WOODROW WILSON · AND MANY OTHERS! en High School Auditorium Tonight, 8 p. m. High School Orchestra Choir of 700 Voices ADMISSION FREE (Paid Political Advertisement^ Citizens Hasten To Sign Rolls Heavy registration by Weber county residents was recorded Tuesday and was continuing today, according to all indications, Lawrence M. Malan, Weber county clerk, reported. He said it has been necessary to send additional registration books to numerous districts. Persons no yet registered and who wish to vote in the general election Tuesday, Nov. 7, must get their names on the rolls tonight, the clerk emphasized. Registration places will remain open until nine p. m. Rotarians Hear Anti-War Call Dr William E. Givens, Wash ington D. C., executive secretary of the National. Education association discussed "Preparation for World Peace" at the Rotary club meeting today. He suggested that "the truth about the war" be taught in the public schools. "The truth about the first World war was not taught in the schools because the people didn't want it," he said, and explained: "You can't leach party doctrine in public schools." However, he pointed out that in the German schools was taught the theory of power and supcr- .men. "The war would be over by now if it were not for the fanatical enthusiasm of the German youths who have been educated by the misuse of the school system," he said. Pie advocated an organization with "sufficient power and force to act before the world is on fire again." "After the first World war we turned our backs and said, 'Thank God, it is all over,' and left the world in a state of chaos," he said. Two new members were introduced: David L. Stine, Ogden attorney, by James A. Howell and L. M. Huggins, district engineer for 'the U. S. public roads administration, by B. J. Finch. Instrumental music was by "Shorty" Ross and Mrs. Ross. Year's Death Toll Stands at Seven Ogden city is holding its own, as far as traffic fatalities are concerned, according to the October report by the traffic division of the police department. Seven persons have lost their lives since Jan. 1, Lieut. Darrell 2. Shaw, in charge of traffic, reported. This total is the same as : or the first 10 months of 1943. The death toll in Ogden all last year was nine. "OASC Command In Fitness The physical fitness program at OASC for military personnel leads the entire Air Technical Service Command, says the quarterly report received at Hill field from ATSC headquarters, Lt. Cleon Hutchison, chief, physical training unit, announced this week. In August, 88 per cent of all OASC military personnel attained a physical fitness-rating of "good" or above. In every personnel category but one, OASC improved its percentage over May figures. Commendation was extended to physical training o f f i c i a l s here from ATSC headquarters for "the continued high level of physical fitness throughout OASC, which can only be-attained and maintained by means of a soundly planned and efficiently administered physical fitness program. In August a total of 2,370 personnel participated in the fitness Drofiram Group officers attained I pfrcStage of 90 in the number ",·*__=_,. ,,,, ··Br.r.ri" or above. ~+ 2B THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 1, 1944 qualifying as "good Group enlisted men made 88 per cent; non-group officers, 89 per cent; non-group enlisted men, B8 per cent. . . Six hours of physical training per week are required of all tactical units and three hours for base squadrons including the 4135th and 4912th AAF Base Units. For the WAC detachment, only one hour and 15 minutes is asked. Officers' physical training, both male and female, includes one hour per day, three days weekly. Lt Joseph Cunningham is physical training officer for the 4135th and 4912th AAF Base Units; Lt K. a. Sigel is in charge of the 2286th and 2287th Quartermaster Truck Companies and the Seventh and Eighth Depot Units. . Optional sports in which participants may engage include baseball, basketball, bowling, horseshoes, badminton, volleyball, ping- pong, Boxing and football. Soldier Missing in Battle in Italy Pvt. Carl B. East Mrs. Lila Maw East, 2879. Monroe, has been notified by the war department that ber husband. Pvt. Carl B. East, has been reported missing in action since Oct. 14 in Italy, while serving with the infantry. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert East, 339 Fourth. Pvt. East was inducted into the army Feb. 2, 1944, and trained in Fort McClellan, Ala., and Fort Meade, Md. He was assigned overseas in July, 1944. He is a graduate of Weber county high school. Prior to his induction, he was employed by the Arden Dairy, Ogden. He was home on a 10-day furlough in June. Dinner-Dance Set For Banquet Room A repeat of one held successfully last spring will be held November 16, when the civilian personnel section presents another "dinner-dance" in the south banquet room of the base cafeteria, it was announced at Hill field. All other sections of the personnel _and training division have been invited. It is planned that the party will start off with a preview at- the post theatre of one of Hollywood's outstanding musicals after which guests will dine in the cafeteria. Reservation requests are now being received by Mrs. Emma M. Van Linburg, extension 8376, secretary and treasurer of the committee in charge. Mrs. Van Linburg stated that there was a committee representative in each unit and that all personnel C9uld make their reservations to be in by Saturday, November 11. Deaf Pupils Slate Play Thursday The intermediate grades of the state school for the deal will.pre- sent "The Pied Piper of Hamelin," a three-act play, Thursday at.elev- en a. m. in the school chapei. said Boyd E. Nelson, school superintendent. " · ' · ' ' The play was written and is di- ! rected by the fifth grade, under supervision of Mrs. Marjorie Jones. The case includes: Pied Piper, Leon Curtis; King, Jay Barker; king's good helper. Jerry Westberg; king's bad helper, Gerald Deelstera; mothers. Coleen Moulding, Geraldine Garfield. Darlene Garfield, Prances Rockwell, Kazuko Momii, Kleda Barker: children and rats, Kenneth Kinner. K. Kinner, Peter Green, Bobbie O'Brien, Shawnna Christensen, Clara Bosshardt, Wilbur Flake and Merlin Crapo. The public is Invited. Lieut. D. J.AMerton Now in Italy H E N E I E R-Mr. a n d Mrs. J o h n Anderton, Henefer, have received word that t h e i r s o n . Sd. Lieut. Donald J. Anderton, has arrived iiafely in Italy. He is a pilot of £i B-24. Lieut. Anderton is a graduate of M o r t h Summit high schooi. His \vife is the former Miss Afton Boyer of Hoytsville. K Lieut.'Anderton Intermountain Funeral FIELDING, Box Elder County-Funeral services for Turns Henry Monahan, 87, retired St. Anthony, Idaho, rancher, who died Monday at St. Anthony, will be conducted Friday at four p. m. in the L. D. S. Fielding ward chapel by Bishop Leo Earl. Interment will Fielding cemetery. \ Friends may cad at the S and Rogers funeral home in .^ monton this evening and Thursday, and Friday irom ten a. m. until time of services at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Daniel Garn in Fielding. Assault, Robbery Cases Sent To District Court Allen Henderson, 20-year-old Negro, was bound over to the district court, today by City Judge J. Quill Nebeker on two charges, assault with a deadly weapon and robbery. Henderson is accused of assaulting Max Booth, 30, of 1125 Twenty-fifth, and robbing the Eagle Clothing store, in which Booth' is a clerk, Oct. 17. Henderson struck Booth over the head with a hammer, robbed the clerk of $12 and took $60 from .the cash register in the ;tore, the state alleges. Represented by Parley E. Nor- seth, the defendant declined to make a statement Henry Seeger assistant county attorney, called Mr. Booth, Mrs. Abe' Booth, his mother, of. 236. Twenty-fifth; Capt C K. Keeter and Detective HenrV G. AUred to the stand. Bail of · $2500 on each count were continued. Child Auto Victim Said Improved Improved today was Judy T 1 TM"ton, five-year-old daughter of fc-*. Thurston, of 1920 Stephens, who suffered multiple injuries Tuesday at six p. m. -whan she ran in front of a car on Twenty-second near Washington. . James C. Price. 39. of 2180 Robins, driver of the car, had no op portunity to avoid the child, polici said, because sne darted on the street from behind her fathers parked auto. , , ·At Dee hospital she was reported to have suffered a compound fracture of the left leg. a probable ckull fracture and bruises about the h?ad and upper body. "\LEGAL NOTICES Marriage License Demand Declines Cupid slipped up a little during the month of October, 1944, as compared with the same month a year ago, records at the Weber county clerk's office indicated today. Last month there were 83 marriage licenses issued and a year ago there were 93. A Few Eard-to-Get ITEMS 6-Tube Table Model RADIOS Shecplined Coats Leather Jackets Field Jackets Macklnaws Wlndbreakers STEEL OE VENEER Folding Chairs Exceptional value. While they l a s t , . . . Electric Hot Plates Coffee Makers Electric Broilers Assorted Sizes of Vises Wool Army Blankets Khaki $5.95 Gray or blue $4.95 100 per cent rirgiu wool ST*. $13.75 Mall Orders Promptly Filled ARMY STORES Main Floor, Eccles Building N. E. Corner 25th and Kiesel RESIN0L. Chapped Raw Skin Begs For Ice-Mint For quick, soothing comfort when skin is painfully chapped --set Ice-Mint on th« job at once! Mot * beauty lotion but * medicated cream with lots of soothing oils. Don't suffer loncer with stincing and smarting--you'll sine with joy the mmnto this coolinjj white cream touches your skin. The best thine you ever tried to soothe raw, cracked skin and do away with harsh roughness. So don't wait any longer --ask your druffffist for Ice-Mint today! B. H. STRINGHAM for Congress, First District A vote for STRINGHAM is a vote for a practical man ... a vigorous leader... and an experienced legislator. His Slogan is: "Vote November 7, Regardless of Your Politics. Let America Speak Fully" (Paid Political Advertisement) Have a Coca-Cola = Going our way? ... or meeting a comrade in Northwest Canada Friendship comes easy to allies devoted to common causes and borders without guns. Have a. "Coke", says the Yank sergeant to the Canadian monntie, and he's talking a lingo of friendship that both understand. Thaf s the informal North American way to say Greeting* friend. It's the same informal way to put friends at ease in your own living room,.too. From the Yukon to the Gulf, Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refreshes,-*, symbol of a friendly way to get along with folks; BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY C O C A - C O L A B O T T L I N G C O M A N Y, O G D E N , U T A H It's natural for popular names to acquire friendly abbreviations. That's why you hear Coca-Cola called "Coke"i PROtt\rE AND GDARDTANSH1E NOTICES Consult Cujty Clerk or the Re- ·pective \gners tot FtLrtfoer Inclination NOTICE TV CREDITORS · : _ IN THE DISTBICTNjoUBT OF WEBER COUNTY. STA* OF UTAH In the Matter of tt» Estate of SID NEY W. BADCON, also, known as Sid i dcy Watson. Badcon. aid S. W. B ' con. Deceased. ·. Creditors wvn present x clalms with vouchers to tht undersigned at the Law Office of S-.uart P. Dobbs, 812 Eccles Building, Onion, Utah, on or before the 1st day of March, A. D. 1945. I Dated: October 31st , A . D . 1944. i SIDNEY T. BADCON. I · . Executor. ; STUART P. DOBBS, Attorney for Executor Published Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22, ^ 4 NOTICE No. 19971 In the Matter -if the Termination of the interest of EDITH S. WILLIAMS, as a Joint Owner of the Entirety, DC- m t h e Matter of the Estate ofTer- mination of the Interest of EDITH S. WILLIAMS, as a Joint Owner of the o Harry S. Williams. Dravlng for a decree terminating the interest of Edith S. Williams as a Joint Swner of the entirety Hi the following Ogden City Survey: Beginning at the Northwest corner of said Lot 7 and running thence South 120 feet: thence East 27 feet; thence North 120 feet: thence West 27 feet to the place of beginning, together with all to- . Movements thereon, In the above entitled matter^ has been set for hearing before Hon. GLENN W. ADAM. Judge, on Monday, the 13th day rt November, 1944, at 2 o'clock P. M.. f? the "seal"thereoTaffixed,"this 1st day of (Seal) By ANN S. DRAPER, Deputy Clerk. GEO. H. LOWE, Esq., Attorney for Petitioner. Published Nov. 1, 10, 1944. 65C6 XOTtCE No. 19975 Termination of the Joint Tenancy 01 LILLIAN E. HARNESS, Deceased.. The Petition of E. H. Harness, pray- nc for the Termination of the .Joint Tenancy of said deceased in the lol- owinc described property, to-wit: All of Lots Three (3), Four (4), Five (5) and Six .(6), and the eaijt 27"i feet of Lot Twenty-Six (26). In BlocS One (1) In Eccles Subdivision of Block 26, Plat "C", Ogden City Survey, together with all Improvements and appurtenances thereunto belonging or In any wise appertaining, in the above entitled matter, has been set for hearing before Hon. GLEN W ADAMS, Judge, on Monday, the 13 day of November, 1944. at 2 o clo ?M at the County Court House, _ the court room of said court, in Ogd«n City, Weber County, Utah. . Witness, the Clerk of said court, -with the seal thereof affixed, this 1st day of November, 1944. (Seal) LAWRENCE M. MALAX By ANN S. DRAPER,. Deputy ClcrK. HOWELL, STINE OLMSTEAD, Esqs., Attorneys for Petitioner. W7 Published Nov. 1, 10, 1944. _°^ :en i NOTICE No. 19967 -I Terminating the Joint Tenancy THOMAS H. JORDAN, Deceased. The Petition of Annie H. 3°'*TM establish the death ol Thomas H. dan and terminate his Interest as. tenant with the petitioner In the im lowing described real estate. All of Lots 21, in Block 1. Dundee Place Addition to. Ogden City, otan. a subdivision or Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, i. 9 Ind 10. Block 11, Plat "C", Ogdea . City Survey, , and praylnR for a decree, awarding title to said real property to the petitioner, in the above entitled mutter has been set for hearing before Ho GLENN W. ADAMS. Judge, on Monda the 13th day Of November, 1944, atTM o'clock P. M., at the County Cout*House. In the court room of said court. in OBden.Clty. Wcbcr. County, Utah. Witness, the Clerk of said court. wlW the seal thereof affixed, this 1st day '» November, 1944. · (Seal) LAWRENCE M. MALAtt By ANN S. DRAPER. Deputy ClerK. D. E. EGBERTS, Esq., Attorney for Petitioner. ,, ns Published Nov. 1, 10, 1944. ^ « 3 U 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP SECOND JUDICIAL' DISTRICT y FOR THE COUNTY OP WEBER, ^n the'Matter of the **£* c £ STERLING E. WILKINSON, deceasea. Creditors will present claj 0 *,. w ^TM vouchers' to the undersigned ^t the office of .Howell, Stine and O^ 1 ^ 625 Eccles Building, Ogden. Uta^ on or before the 27th day of Decemoer, '

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