The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 19, 1939 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 8

Publication:
Location:
Ludington, Michigan
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 19, 1939
Page:
Page 8
Start Free Trial
Cancel

>AGE EIGHT THE '• MICHIGAN. ' " ' THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1939. RADIO HIGHLIGHTS Key station of each network Is lUted In the programs. The Networks: WEAF—WTAM. WTMJ, WOT, W1.W, WSM. WMAQ, WOOD, W,WJ. WJZ — WLS, WTMJ, WMAQ, WXYZ, WLW. WOOD. WABC—WJR. WHAS, WBBM. Christensen, Mrs. Derler. Mrs. Clarence Coleman, Mrs. Nels Palmer, Mrs. Peter Borski, Mrs. John Turner, Mrs. A. Ezdeb- skl, Evelyn Anderson, Mrs. O. Sivertson, Ruth Neujnann, Mrs. !bal instructions perhaps for a bandit chase or assignments on an accident case, the impulses for the printers -will'-be going steadily forward. "These leave on a tape feeding- from i W. R. Tolies, Mary Cabot, Mrs. H. j the instrument panel of the Lidberg, Mrs. Ed. Jankowskijcar a printed record covering Mrs. Russelll Gallic, Mrs. A. 1 "umbers of stolen cars, de- „ „. Orundemark, Mrs J Loppen- i scriptions of wanted persons iMontn ago Union Carbide Gnlted Corp .. U S Steel ...... Yellow T S£ C . StOch Averages, Oct. 1!) (Compiled By The Associated Press) an is 15 eo Indnst Rails mil'Stocks thien, Mrs. G. Fischer. and similar routine informa- Mrs Otto 'Olson Mrs. Clay I tion which at present goes for' ' CALL LETTERS AND KILOCYCLE FREQUENCY CKLW 840, KDKA 980, KFAB 770, KFI 640, KMOX 1090, KOA 830, KYW 1020, WBBM 770, WCFL 970. WBAL 1060, wcco BIO, WABC seo, WKAB eso. WDAP 610, WEAF 660. WENB 870. WON 720, WQY 780, WHAM 1150, WHAS 8!to, WHO 1000, WIBO 570, WJJD 1130, WSM.650, WJR 750. WJZ 760. WLS 870, WLW 700, WMBI 1080, WKZO 580, WMAQ 670, WOOD 1270, WOW 590, WOWO 1160, WSB 740, WTAM 1070, WTIC 1060, WKBZ 1500. WTMJ 620. (Associated Press Radio Editor) (Eastern Standard Time) On the air tonight: America's town meeting—WJZ-NBC 9:30, "Real issues in European war," Anne I'Hare McCormick, John Ofunther, Jay Cooke Allen Jr. . . 'European—W ABC-CBS 8:55, 11; MBS 9; NBC-RED East 11. WEAF-NBC—8 One Man's Family; 8:30 Those We Love; 9 Good news; 10 Bing Crosby show; 11:30 Dance bands. WABC-CBS—7:30 Vox Pop; 8 Jim McWilllians quiz; 9 Major Bowes amateurs; 10 Drama "William Ireland's confession; 10:30 Americans at work. WJZ-NBC-^-8 Don't Forget, quiz; 8:30 Joe Penner show; 9 Vicki Chase concert; 10:30 Jos. Gallicchio orchestra. MBS—9:30 Sinfoinetta; 10:30 Concert revue. What to expect Friday: Europe—NBC chains 8 a. m.; WABC-CBS 8 a. m., 6:30 p. m.; WJZ-NBC 12 noon. . . WEAF- NBC—1:45 p. m. Federation of women's clubs; 3:30 Pepper Young; 6 Torch of Progress. WABC-CBS—9:15 a. m. School of the air (west at 3:30 p. m.); 4 Al Bernard's minstrels; 5:15 Barry Woods song. WJZ-NBC —12:30 Farm and home hour; 2 Music appreciation hour; 6:05 Alma Kitchell brief case. MBS—5 Old fashioned girl. ISome Friday short waves: HAT4 Budapest 7 Military march; JZL Tokyo 8:30 Jazz songs; YV5RC Caracas 9:30 Amateurs; GSD GSC GSB London 11:15 Food for thought. Cooking School Attended by Large Crowd; Final Session Set for Friday (Continued from Page 1) Mrs. H. N. Young, Miss Florence Perry, Mrs. Lyman Tiedeman, Mrs. H. R. Brown, Mrs. Geneva Ralin, Mrs. H. Sundholm, Mrs. Williams Evans, Mrs. L. C. Cronenwett, Mrs. Guss Loppenthien, Rozella Marks, -Mrs. R. C. Hill, Mrs. Ernest Nagel, Mrs. F. Glatzfelder, Mrs. James Cooper, Irma Kennedy, Mrs. Alfred Chinnery, Mrs. A. Marcellus. Mrs. Vic Johnson, Mrs. Zogott, Helen Cooper, Bessie Norman, Mrs. Anna Roeder, Mrs. A. Hagel, Eleanor Larson, Mrs A. F. Neilsen, Mrs. H. A. Brockhaus, Mrs. William Tarr, Mrs. William Melin, Mrs. I. Clark, Mrs. L. W. Swan, E. Burg, Mrs. Geo. Murray, Margaret Chavalia, June Hope CHANGES ARiE MADE JN FIRE DEPARTMENT Blue, Mrs. E. McGuire, Mrs. Ditt- ; ward b y voice - mer, Mrs. O. W. Larson, Mrs. F. • Boswell, Mrs. Carl Schmock, Mrs. A. Chvala, Mrs. Frank Hobson, Mrs. Ruth Filer and Mrs. Peter Carlson. D.I 75.5 75.6 76.11 Year ago 76.S 1939 High 77.0 Not cluinpp . Todny Previous day 193!) Low 1938 High 1938 Low 58.8 79.5 49.2 D.l! UlH-h :>3.0 39.4 39.4 38.6 36.5 40.6 33.7 37.8 123.2 22.3 21.5 23.8 15.7 L'3.5 12.1 24.9 in Street Battle Movement in Kecent Years 1932 Low 17.5 8.7 23.0 1329 llitjh 146.9 153.il 184.3 1927 Low 51.6 95.3 (H.8 D.2 53.1 53.3 53.0 52.5 53.6 41.6 54.7 33.7 1C.9 157.7 61.8 to 6-.2S 1'ov toughs;, ; \ t; -' Detroit Prbduec' " !•. •((tootntions In Dollai-B autl'Ceiuft) UfirKtOIT. Mich.. Oct. 19.—t/P)—(.Unit- ed States Department ol Agriculture.) —Apples—Mich. bu. baskets and bu. boxes U. S. No. 1. 2'. a in. mtn.. Winter Russets and Nebraska Bliss Triumphs, good stock slightly stronger, demand B«od; Northern• stock all varieties best sltphtly EtrpngciY demand moderate, poor about steady, demtind light; Biip- plles mther lieftVy; sacked per cwt. Idaho Russet Burbnnks U. S. No. 1, wiishtd, 1.65^.75; occn.sianal car Biinahns, 50; Doltelous, 75-1.10; N Wililgher; umvnshcd few sales, 1.60-.05; Greenings. .4()-.5(I; Kings, .50-.60; Jona- thnua. .75-.H5; Mrlntosh, .HO-.85; «pys. .75-1; Wcalthys, .50; Wolf Rivers. .35-.4C. Onions—50 Ib. U. S. No. 1: Midi. Yellows. .50-. 60. Potatoes—100 Ib. .sacks U. S. No. 1: Ida. Russet Burbunks, l.BO-.!H>; very jew higher; Mlchitsnn Ru.-set Riiruls; 1.251.35; Chlppcvvns, 1.35-1.40; Maine, 15 Ib. piiprr .«ncks Chlppcwns. .o5; Katuhdins. .:',(i; Ida. 10 113. sucks Hussi'l Burluink.s. dirty, spoiled sucks mostly. 1-1.10; occasional car good condition, 1.15-.20; Bliss Triumphs 90 p:rccnt U. S. No. 1, un- washrd, 1.10-.12':.; Early Ohios 90 percent. U. S, No. 1. 1.15-.20: Wisconsin ixund whites U. B. No. 1. and U, S. Com- mercials, few sales, 1-1.10. C'liicaRo Poultry (Quotations In Cents) CHICAGO. Oct. 19.—i.-'I'i—Poultry--Re- ceipts live, 41 trucks; market ' firm; geese, 14'^; other prices unchanged. DETROIT, Oct. 19.—(/pt_ Steve Koss, 27, was shot and 1 killed Wednesday night in a THE MARKETS street corner altercation. bullets pierced his body. T PP MrMnmis ns^i^frinr nrn<;- i White pea beans i-.ee ivicivianus. ds>j>l5>ianu prut.- j Y elloweye beans (Continued from Pace 1) flicting interests. 'ecutor, said Dome Kovoce'vich, Men dropped at engine house 145, W h 0 was arrested at the No. 1 are: Joseph Masse, Alex!scene, had admitted the shoot- LeClair, Emil Grams and Frank ing. He was held on an open Boerner. Dropped at engine charge pending investigation, house No. 2 are: Otto Amerell.! McManus said Kovocevich Leonard Augustson, Michael j told him he had sought Koss Kazmierski, Reimer Ernst and j because Koss had threatened LOCAL, .Light red kidney beans $-1.00 i Dark reel kidney beans $4.on '~ ' ' S1.75 $2.25 $2.45 $2.75 Five i Dark cranberry benn.s ! Light cranberry beans Poultry Leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. and up springers. .. 140 William Stahl. Men transferred from the Police records | Koss had been j times on minor Manus said. Fourth ward to engine house No. 1 are Bernard Betka, John Christensen, William Hamilton and Howard Hansen. With these four transfers the number of men on the city hall station remains at 14. Commissioners took further action Wednesday night toward obtaining a $43,000 loan to meet the city's operating expenses for the remainder of the fiscal year. A resolution, confirming the sale of a $43,000 tax anticipation note to A. C. Allyn and Co. of Chicago at a five percent rate of, , interest, was passed unanimously. The note. City Attorney Eugene Christman said, will become due Feb. 29. 1940. Taxes Earmarked The resolution further decreed that all money taken in on delinquent taxes for the years 1935-38. against which the mon- j ey will be borrowed, shall be placed in a sinking fund and *%%<??*£ s Jr?r CP o S used for no other purpose than Adams Express to pay off the note when due. ' Am can to kill his stepson, Robert Rukovina, 25. Koss made as if to draw a gun when questioned about the affair, McManus, Es " s quoted Kovocevich as saying. ' Ec( , f and the older man opened fire. HOIS Plymouth Hoc under 4 Ibs Plymouth Ruck Colore-J springers 15p j 4 Ibs. and up 17o , G r.i In i ShelleJ com, cwt $1.05 I Rye, cwt 85c | Oats, cwt $1.00 I Wheat, cwt . l $1.00 . I'rodiu-e 21c ! Detroit Poultry i Quotations r.i Cents) DETROIT. Oct. 19.- -.:i-.--IVuitry- Marki I •ilcady. lit ns. 5 ll-«. up. Iti; J.'g- horn hens. 3 Ibs. up. 11; eo.'ks. !! ;in<l li>: Rock springrrs. 1C: colored .-prmv-ers. IcglU'i'ii springers. 12. lu-u lurki-ys. Ibs up, 1!': 't-'in turkey-. I.) lijs. ,:.i, ilueks. white. 5 ibs. up. 1:1; rabbit.-. II Detroit Hairy (Quotations in Cents) llLTKOrr. Ort Hi •!'• liuiter ct\ aiiu'i-y in tul^s, 27-:.;'. L ••.:.• 'l'-,ii-ren> vtcfipis. 20; tliriii- l(ii.'.; clu-cks. l.i'j. I'luraKi) Dairy i <.^;H't ;st Kin- in t-'t'tit s'l c'liicAiiii. o.-;. 19 .(-. i.u:t. r i-:i ctipts ;.,•)•}.", -];i : niafker ea-\ . m anu-i ;::; M-i>!r. .-.'j-'.:!i'.. : si2. '.'^ ; . : . 91. J,- 1 ,. ;m. '.'. B!l. '-'.'">; •'-•(. i'5'i; 9i) ci ntralr-'i il ••.n-l'i! 10 1!- si Nebraska Bliss Triumphs. 85 to 90 percent U. S. No. 1, cotton sacks unwashed, j l.tiO: burlap sacks unwashed, lew nales, ' 1.4S-.50; Minnesota Red River Valley ! section Bliss Triumphs U. S. Commercials. 1.25; Early Ohios U. S. Commercials, I.HJ; North Dakota Red River Valley si etion Cobblers, 85 to 90 percent U. y. No. 1, ino--t offerings snowing TEMPERATURE TODAY AT 11:00 Weather Fo*'£-catrt Lower .V.u'hii;:!!:: l-'ilir iind riiol- cr tcni:;l\t. I"rid;iv fiilr ;uul rmil- i r in tvlnnu 1 smilhiMst ami c\- IITIIH' <MSt (TIKl-ll purlionv; slightly wanii'.'r in :il Icrmioil alunt; LaUo Mii-|iii;:in. Hides showed that arrested 19 charges, Mc- Gc 3',-je Saginaw Hran.s i (Quotations in Dulhirs ziiul Cents) ] SAGNAW, Mich.. Oct. 1U.— .-Vi—Mich- | ignn Bean Shippers' Association Thurs- i clny prlc.'F.: Handpickrcl pea bfans, per ; cwt.. 2.55; handpickcd red kidneys, light. : 4; dark. 4; hnnrtplckecl yeloweyes, 2.75: I hnndplckecl choice rrch-anecl cranbcr- • V ries, light. 2.40; dark. 1.90. j • • i Chiraco I'ntatncs iQtMt .it iulr lu Di'Hais ami ' riui'.-uio. r.i.. -Jet. i!> • i 1 Stalls 1.' pUnni'ii; ut Agric 1 l"'ci'.iti;i-• HtiTi|>;< Hid, .in track : ! .i>'.i. tn- livl L". S. sUi)>nu>uV; ;ur.!-. m,U'k«t. Ulalu :li KHUiHT DAYS— With complete 1 M (I i a n Summer in i>i".»i;re.ss NOW is the time to have that .)->! roof put on your home. We have n price to suit your purse. THK U-r/INGTON LUMHEK CO. For Correct Time Phone 99 ROUND or SIUIOIN, Ib. STEAK 21c PURE LARD PORK STEAK Lean center cut, Hoston Hull. U). BEEF ROASTS 17c Choice chuck Cuts, Ib. WALKS INTO AUTO GRAND RAPIDS, Oct. 19.— (&) —Michael H. Burns, 65, died in St. Mary's hospital Wednes-j day night Of injuries Suffered ] U'lPricrs'naid oifthe IniiY'mnrket NAPTHA SOAP 15C ,-.-.-.".".*.' Bi'iiton Harbor Produce ! ' (Quotations in Cents) ,! BENTON HARBOR. Mich.. Oct. 19.— ; I when he walked into the side an automobile a few hours before. Wednesday for 21.140 packages were: '., Apples—-Bushels. No. 1. 2'.- in.. Jona- {, thans. .70-.75: Delicious. .70-.SO: North- i i ern Spys, .55-.65: R. I. Greenings. .50- ' i : .55; Stark?. .50-.55; K:,.iyn:ans. .55-.70: i i Fifty percent Of the drowning , Baldwins. -iS-.GS; Stecle Reds and Kings. in this Country occur in June. | • 5 °o rapes _ ConcortliSi fnncy ta , Jlc _ July or August. MARKETS AND FINANCE qts.. .15-.1C; jumbos. .32-.37; poor as low us. .25. Pear?—Kieffers. bushels. .50-.05; poor, .40. Am Wat Wks Afte^r passing of the resolution, Attorney Christman said all that remains to be done now is to secure permission from the public debt commision to issue bonds, j If approval is gained soon, it isicaiumet & Hccia possible the city will have the ~ loan in about three weeks, he said. 1151, 56' 4 13- Anaconda 34' 4 Armour of 111 6 1 -. i Aviation Corporation 6 78 .... 21'„ New Radio Plan Tested by Police EAST LANSING, Oct. 19.— (/P)—The Michigan state police were revealed today to be conducting "successful" experiments in transmitting both verbal and printed orders to moving scout cars on the same wave-length. Commissioner Oscar G. Olander of the state police said the experiment was the first to be undertaken by any police agency. The announcement said state police engineers were dividing the wave-band assigned to their key station, WRDS, to carry both the voice and impulses to operate a printer set in the glove compartment of the scout cars. Both messages are carried simultaneously. "The tests indicate that the troopers will be able to virtually double the capacity of their station," Olander said. "While mobile units are receiving ver- Ches & Ohio 43'i Chrysler 91» s Colum G & El 7 > _. Com'wlth South 1' j Curtiss Wright 8 Detroit Edison 117 Elec P & L 8 7b General Elec 41'8 Gen Foods 425 u General Mot 54 3 i Hudson Mot 6> 2 Int Harvest 65'.) Int Nick Can 38 s ;, Jlnt Tel & Tel 4 3 i Kennccott Corp 41'4 Ligg & Myers B 98 Marshall Field 16 3 , Masonite Corp 39 1 2 Montgomery Ward 56 5a Motor Wheel 16 3 .i Nash-Kelvinator Motor Wheel .. Nash-Kelvlnator National Biscuit Natl Power & Light New York Central North American Packard Penney (J C) Phelps Dodge Philips Pete .. . Pullman Radio Radio Kelth-Orp Reo Motor Republic Steel St. L-San Fran Sears-Roebuck South Cal Edison Standard Brands Standard Gas & El Standard Oil Cal Standard Oil Ind Stand Oil N J ... Studebaker Underwood El ... Detroit Livestock (Quotations in Dollars and Cents') ' DETROIT. Oct. 19.—i.4'i—Cattle—Re- ! ccipts 300; market steady: good to I choice yearlings. 9.75-11; fair to 'TOod ; yearlings. 8.50-9.75: good to choice heavy ; steers. 9.25-10.25; fair to good heavy i steers. 3.25-9.25; common butcher cat! tie. 5-6: cnnner and cutter cows. 3.25- i 5.25: best butcher and heavy bolonna I bulls, 6.50-7; milkers and .~prin^ers. 511' 75. Calves—Receipts 300; market. 50 c-:nts lower. Best calvts. 13: fr\v selects. 13.50; fair to good. 11.50-12.50; seconds. 9.50-11; culls and common. 4.50-9. Sheep and lambs—Receipts 1.000: market. 25 cents higher: best lambs. 9.75: heavy fat .sheep. 2-.50. Hogs—Receipts, tf!0: market not established. Previous. 7.50 for 200-220 PJ. <; Uhite 1 bars OXYDOL OUR COMPLETE "WINTERING" SERVICE WILL PROTECT YOUR CAR I. el us cliPfk your car and put il into perfect shape for winter driving. Don't put it off until Inter . . . bc'fausc vour ne^let't may cause you expensive delay or a costly repair bill. LEG PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys If backache and leg pains are making you miserable, don't just complain and do nothing about them. Nature may be warning you that your kidneys need attention. The kidneysa M-Nature's chief way of taking excess acids and poisonous \va.ste out of thi- blood. They help most people pass about :; pints a day. If the 15 miles of kidney tubes and filters don't work well, poisonous waste matter stay? in the blood. These poisons may start na^>:in:^ backaches, rheumatic pains, leu pains, loss ol pep and energy, Kettinn up nik'hts. swelMiw. putiiness under the eyes, headaches anil di'/zi. ness. Frequentorscanty passages with smarting and burning sometimes shows UH-M- i., something wrong with your kidneys 01 1 bladder. | iJon't wait! Ask your drupgist for Doan's Pills, used successfully by millions for over-!0 yuars. They tfive happy relief and will help the I ii miles of kidney tubes Mush out poisonous waste from the blood. <ji-t Doan's Pills t<ula> ami ask for new money-savim; Family .Size. ! © C'/in/ii'c' lie u Feu* 77n/i.<J.s Thai Should He 71'iYiii.';' oil and irinU-r l)on<- > /-/tn'c buttery c/ic'i l:cd fur ciisicr .s/ii/'/in" Add Prcslonc or Zc'tn'c for radiator protection. Ik- sun- to attend Tin- News' Cooking School! \\'e arc- ;i\v;irdiru>; a complete oil clian^e and winter CIFT (iianl si Small. Oc. 'I re;;. l)o\C' Baby Foods, all varieties, .............. 4 cans 29c Shurfinc Milk. .......... 4 tall cans 25c Calumet Baking; Powder, .............. Ib. can 19c Bulk Prunes, Riant 20-30 size ........ . ..... 11). lOc Shurfine Fancy Mince Meat, 3 Iffe. bx. 25c Shurfine Pumpkin, ........ 3 No. 2 cans 25c Vikinjr Coffee. 3 Ib. Delishus Coffee, . Shurfine Coffee, . . 39c 11). 21c Ib. 25c Hulk Farina, ____ 3 Ibs. 17i- Crisco or Spry 3 Ib. can 49o Shurfine Flour, ............ 24'} Ibs. 7!)c Pillsbury Flour, ....... ' ..... 24' ^ Ibs. 89c Johnston's Soda Crackers, ...2 Ib. box 14c Veal Steak ........ Ib. 23c Smoked Picnics, ...Ib. 15c Special Bacon, 2 ' L . Ib. ........... packages 13c Pork CIiops, fancy cuts ............ '. Ib. 25c HaniburR'er ...... 9, Ibs. 2!)c Sued Potatoes, ..(i Ibs. 17c BASKET Cor. Wash. & Dowland St. Plenty of Parking Space. TONIC; I IT. 7:00-<>:(H) :U)c- and tOc. FRIDAY AM) SATURDAY FOLLOW THE HEROES OF THE U.S. FOREJGN SERVICE ON SECRET MISSIONS HEADLINES DARE NOT REVEAL! Corner of Rath & Lwlinyton Aves. tation 1 riu.ne .",() JEFFREY LYNN-GEORGE BANCROFT-D ir .n.db,Uo»dBoi.A.ft...ni. 1 JbTWA«Nt«MO«. srNDAV. MONDAY. 'ITKSDAY -F1F-TH A\ KM E (HIM." %vitb Cinder FREE-NEW MAGIC CHEF ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H I^BB^^^M^BB^^^^^—^m^.^ Lady Who Wins Must Be Residing In Luding 4 BIG REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY DURING "THE OLD RANGE ROUND-UP SALE" 1. Most Liberal Allowance in the History of the Gas Corporation! 2. Smaller Down Payment! 3. Smaller Carrying Charge! 4. Longer Time to Pay! All burners on the Magic Chef Ranges are guaranteed not to lose their efficiency or to wear out during the entire life of the range. The oven regulator is guaranteed for life. All top burners now have the new Simmer-Top feature designed to Save Gas, "The Modern Gas Range Is A Ending Delight Me" Says MRS. HELENE SAILER, Director Ludington Daily News Cooking School "Speed, flexibility and simplicity of operation are mighty important features to a cooking school director, where cooking equipment is concerned. That't why the modern gas range is such a joy to me in my work, for, it has all three as well as many others." •'Its speed enables me to conduct my demonstrations quickly and smoothly, without periods of unnecessary waiting. The fact, too, that I can adjust the cooking flame to just the right degree of heat gives me more time for my aud- ie^ce since it is unnecesarry to spend part of my time in pot-watching to avoid boil-overs or burnings." "It's a pleasure to cook with today's gas range, it has so many new conveniences that older ranges lack, such as automatic temperature controls to insure even heat and perfect baking results, easy sliding drawers to store utensils in, top covers, timer, light, condiment sets and so many other nice features." WHAT AM OLD H AN GE Corpopation of IVIIcliigam THE OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIME! SPECIAL SALE PRICE NOW IN EFFECT ON ALL MOD,ELS!

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free