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TUESDAY, OCT. 24,-1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE FIVE Reap A Harvest Of Bargains By Shopping These Want Ad Bargains Every Day PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line lor consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines $ .81 $ .72 One day, 3 lines '.. .36 .30 Advertising ordered for irregular insertions takes the one time Insertion rate; no ad taken for less than basis of three lines. Count six average words to the line. Charge ads will be received by telephone, and if paid at The Daily News Office within six days from the first insertion unsh rate will be allowed. Ads ordered for three or six days and stopped before expiration 'will be charged only for the number of times the ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Rate per line for white space Is the same as n !'•>« of copy. Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 Good Things to Eat ORDER YOUR—Winter supply of apples now. Very fine. Starks, Red & Golden Delicious, Wagners, Spies. Winter Rananas and Baldwins. John M. A. Hanson, 1.4 mi. N. Stiles Corner, R. 2, LndlliRlon. CABBAGE — Carrots, potatoes for sale, 50c a bu. Dell Reed, "i mi. W. of Scottville. Opp. Gus Oil Station. Household Goods BARGAIN PRICES—OH good UJed gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators, range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix ' Store, Scottville. KEAUT1KUL 32 PC.—Set of Uirincrwarc free with each Koiuul Oak coal and wood range, for a limited time. II. j Smedberg & Son, Custer. CUT FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordlne, 810 E. Ludington Ave. OIL HEATERS—Washers, Radio, Rcfrlg- crators, New and used. Buy where you I get service. GROTEMAT'S WIFE SAVING STATION. SHE—The new MEADOWS WASHER at THE PALACE, Scottville. $39.95 and up. FRANK CLAVEAU. THE BEST PLACE—To buy used and new furniture, stoves and heaters is at HOB'S New and Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland. Tel. 481-M. Personals NOTICE—Am leaving in 1939 Dodge he- I '"' '" ''" ' dan in few days for Southern Texas to j ,, ,i- • lA." spend winter. Will take another man I •"- "• '" Kh " spend wishing to accompany mi? and share txn.-nses. Write KM, Uox 71, I.uding- ton. i IMKN: GET VIGOK AT ONCE: NEW j Ostrex Tonir Tablets contain general | invigorators. oyster elements for vim, ] vigor, uep. Keg. SI.00 size, special to- ' day 8'Jc. Call, write Sahlmark's Pharmacy. WANTED—A desirable home in Ludington (o care for boys over 13 yrs. of age. Hoard will he paid in some instances. , Write particulars G. Box 71, c o News. nil ESTATE Oil, MEATKOLA. It is automatic, with a remote control. Just put in the oil and set the tempera- you wish, that is all. See it ADEIt AND CO., CUSTER. Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds 60 YOU'LL I.IKE—Our new numbers in Elgin watches' for men and women. Hamilton's, 225 S. James. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 STKAYKl)—into my pasture. Guernsey heller. I'-j yr. old. Owner may have- same bv paying for ad and keep, l.ouis Drabcnstotl. It. 2. Custer. Water Systems SEE—Our TUKI10-UKT electric water systems. W. E. KEADKK & CO., ill CL'STER. Automotive ***f**r^r*^~~'*~'^'^s***~*r*^*r**s^ Automobiles for Sale Wanted—To Buy 11 KOKII—V-M coach in A-l condition, new j rubber. Elmer E. I'ct-rson, 1 mi. W., , '... mi. S. Scottville. Tel. 126-K-2. | MAX G. I.KNZ AUTO SALES '28 I'ontiac coupe, $30. '28 Oldsmohllt- coach, $30. '29 Iluick sedan. $40. '31 Ford coupe, $7."). '31 Packard. 2 door, SI I". '29 Studebaker coach. $30. Hodge truck, $110. Che\rolet sedan. 6 wirr- whrclv. $185. '3fi Dodge panel. $27.V (ituiirh.ikpr coupe. $395. I'ontiac sedan. $550. '37 Kord truck, long wheel base. $475. ALL WOKK Gl.'AKANTEEl) Z10 H. .lames SI. WANTED TO IH'Y—I'srd pair French doors, 7 ft. x 2 ft. 3 in., can be a little larger. Write X.I..A., Box 71, Ludington. Real Estate for^Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR KENT—Furnished apt. for housekeeping. Heat, private bath, all conveniences. 20-1 N. Gaylord. Tel. G43-W. POPEYE Registered V. S. Patent office FOR MAKN VEARS I HAVE FORECASTER AVJD »SAV THEK1VATH\K1K = RAIKJBtRD IS VWROU CLOUDS ARE TOO JUST RECEIVED •Nice Assortment of WHAT IS VOUR. LEATHER FORECAST FOR TODAY. DOCTOR BUGGE? RAIWB1RD SEZ THEV WILL BE I? RA1K) IS NOT RIGHT, WE SHALL. HAVE MO RA1W FOR 48 HOURS Plush Pillows PENNEY'S BLONDIE Registered U. S. Pat-nt OfC're IF VOU DONT MAKE ME BRIKIG YOU A. DRINK OF WATER NJOW! I'LL BUY YOU A NICE BIS CHOCOLATE SODA TOMORROW-MOWS TMAT? SET HIM HIS DRINK OF WATER 6ETHIM A DEAR WILL YOU PLEASE BRIWG ME A DRINK OF WATER? QUAY DADDY DOMT HAVE TO QtllCr C Tay ' 6r FELIX THE CAT CANT FOLLOV ME THE. DOOR. mother, Mrs. Emma Bedker. Mr. and Mrs.. Howard Colby] and children, Lois, Beth, Mer- ! ton, Lloyd and Dale, were Sun- WHILE LIMITED— supply lasts. Brand! day dinner guests of Mr. and new Grand Rapids made parlor sets, Mrs. drill Whistler and daugh- SJ..50. U. Fisher, Custer. _ I ^ Mlss Myrtle> QtllCr UCStS YOU DON'T HAVE TO WORKY-About I Wer f. . Ml<S ' the heat in your home when you have | ScOttVllle " 61A 60 Chester Mrs. Erne 'Vaylor, all of Ludington. The honor of the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. Lynch' and Mrs. \ Raeina Taylor. ' Martin Ewald of Pentwater and nephew, Mr : Brunsma of Holland and Gustav Heidemann visited at the Frank Benz home vSunday afternoon. Joseph Tilclen. who has been a Ruest of his niece, Mrs. Frank Heidemann of Waukegan, 111., for several weeks. returned Monday -veiling, Oct. 22, Mr. Tilden, who has sold his farm to Mr. and Mrs. Max Rahn, plans to dispose of the late crops when harvested and then return to Waukpgan where he will make his home with Mr. and Mrs. John Heidemann and family. About New York Pl.VMOt'TH—193!) Tudor touring s'.'dan. ITjl Dudqe (»n ton stake truck. In very good condition. N'lrhelm Motor | Co.. 'JUT W. Lud. Avc. Phone 737. By GEORGE TUCKER ! NEW YORK.—Ever since Clare \ Booth write a comedy satirizing ; Hollywood's search for a suitable i Scarlett O'Hara, the word "al- i lergic" has hung in the air like ; with bath. inq. 421 s. James street.; the refrain of a popular song Tcl - " )5!) - i In the play Miss Booth used it to ! i OK KENT-vnfurnished i-room apart-1 describe a talkative womati. say- j incut, very desirable and close-in. I ing she Was allergic to Silence, i APARTMENT — 3 rooms, !'".fi TfDOR—Terra plane, for sale. A-l niiulltiiin at bargain price. Michevich Garage, Fountain. Repairing—Service Stations 1C ACETYLENE WELDING—Hy cxp-rt methods that stand the teM of lime, llctk.i Garage. 1102 S. M.uliMHl. Swan Tent and Awning Co. i-KOOM—Downstairs apt. Convenient to boats. Watch Case and shoe factory. Phone 624. ROOM—Downstairs flat with bath for In the local newspapers this week I have seen this word used in four different headlines. Not long ago it was used in the story of a man who died from the effect of a bee's sting. The unfor- Business Service easiness Services Offered r ,r n -r;i Kl mi?w hcatl Inn- '° 5 S ' XI " st- Uunate man is .supposed to have r '• : ! exclaimed to his wife at the time 3o« N. HARRISON—Mods-m apt. for i he was stung, '"I am allergic to rent. Available Nov. 1st. Inq. same j bee.S." and then expired. Around town you hear things THE OPEN FORUM Readers arc Invited to use this column to express their Ideas upon pnnlic question! and topics of general interest. Letters printed under this heading will be understood to represent ijie opinion of the individual writer rather than that of The News. Letters involving racial or religious controversies or personal attacks will not be accepted. All communication! SHOULD NOT EXCEED 200 WORDS and must be signed by the nam. an< address of the writer. THEY'LL DO IT EVERY'TIME address. llouses forllent nouses ior IV.LIU TAVERN LICENSE EDITOR THE NEWS' i only one yearly license of this ' kin d, and the Rendezvous was • i »»•"«»• . &. Nevrbcrg. Phone 22 or FAKMKUK ATTENTION—Dead stock re- i ' Itcoitville, 129-F-ll. AL Dl'MAS RADIO SERVICE— Expel t service on any radio. 225 S. .lames, Ludington, Phone 722 and Scottville. Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 MEN'S SUITS — Dry cleaned and pressed. plain dresses.* «l»c. Ludington Dry Cleaners. James & Foster Sis. 'Laundering LAUNDRY WOKK—Wanted. Excellent wiirU. All washings individually done. Called lor and delivered. Prices reasonable. Phone 350-W. Employment W~x^^*i^^^"*.^^^WV^^N^X^V^^>^ Help Wanted—Female 32 WAITRESS—Wanted. Apply in person. Pike Cafe, Hart, Michigan. Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate FOR HARGAINS—In city, farm and resort property sec Home Realty Co., Room 8, Nat'l Bank Hldg. . SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column will be published two times for 25 cents. Each ad must hear name and address of advertiser. They must be accompanied by cash or stamps. Ads must be brought or mailed to The News, none taken by telephone. If ads involve exchange of labor for commodities, or vice versa, they will be run free of charge. , am addressing this letter to I forced to accept a six months' the taxpayers of Branch town-.^ense, expiring pet. 31. v j-" j ^ . - , , ^\»-» r\ w» «M-\ V\nr« y-vf fVi a r\ ship, and wondering if they are i "little bov "is'Si- i aware of the financial condition i R- amaeiar, treasurer, ne i» an S" b °i y dM | of their township, I have been ^\^J^ S i^ern^and would be in j Mrs - J 1 public which, in large part, never I the red. And with welfare re- > p f£ c ?' "^K!,. I heard the word until Miss Booth duced by half as winter ap- °,," f ^ D ^ f „„.;, used it, and still has no idea of proaches, the poor unfortunate its origin. like this cverv day, to cats" or "My MOOKKN HOUSES— for rent at 509 N. I'Pl'KlC tO Orange _ __ , ...... ,..,-,, 206 N. William; 205 N. Hohert. > recall when any word has been j advised that it all 192 ! so universally embraced by a < paid the treasury of WANTED—Girl or woman lor general liousrwork. Only experienced need apply, Inq. 70fi E. Ludington Ave. Livestock Dogs, Cats, Other Pets 47 HOUNDS—For sale, :i', English Beagle, i i Itlui'tick, 1ft moK. old. Partially trained. W. G. Stevens, Custer. Horses, Cattle, Vehicles 48 One member of the board is treasurer. He is an tavern i Another is justice of the vacancy. An- Robert Hunter, These three a. majority This^'includes myself. I have going 1 to faceVhard winter."The! of the board and voted against read many newspapers daily for • township board refused addi-! a " extension oi two months lor many years, yet in all honesty I I tional tax money from me as the Re " de , zi y ousTir because , tne y must confess that I didn't know proprietor of the Rendezvous reasoned that Wever s tavern the word, and I don't remember ! tavern located in Walhalla. was P a y m e more for a license,) hearing or seeing it until one Herewith, I am submitting a i Slnce he w. as . granted a full year night last autumn I dropped by true story relative to the board's i and sh °" lcl have <| neir protec- A t It nn f n.. 1 *~ ItT n.., L A n 1 .-i i. _ _ _ _1 »*-•-. w j i f-, .-.,-. T^h Ci 1-) Ql-\H ommil O -«FlTl/»V» a theater in West 43rd street and .saw the second night's perform- i ance of "Kiss the Boys Goodby." # Later I started to look uo the word, but my dictionary didn't j have it. and I was either too tired j or too lazy to look further. Ever action in not granting me a 60- day extension of my license expiring Nov. 1. There are two taverns in Walhalla. I am the proprietor of one. The for licenses from these taverns. | r's inn pays a yearly li- j . *">*• Rendezvous, which operate, should close up business so that Wever's tavern should not be troubled with receWeTiGOO £?M" on - ? " ' a * ^^ jobs and business places? The bartender, who is the think, "I'll look it up when I get to the office." But I never have. , But that is the way words find HEATER—coal or wood, will swap for their way into the public's vocab- iittie pigs or anything i can use. Mrs. ulary. Someone uses it in a eaE • •„!..__• :.. i\ : *.t ^ f U»..**..I1ln( , .. ^*CT Cf' ... „— --"".7 "~ -~^, fc *v4iu»i^i. Aiiv^i \A/nvpv'c inn n?i vs T vpnrlv li ' O.*A^ W.L UI»JJVAI»I , wiiw 10 unc since then on these frequent „„;" of $500 of which 80 ner-! townshi P fcreasurer - made the occasions when I hear it used, \ " n ! e °*T n t'hP tnw^hio T^V ' assertion at the meeting that and .sometimes misused, I always ^" fnr V«iv ™nn«? B ' P \^ll the extra license money offered "WHV, ITS VOE'LL HAVE TO TAKE HIM HOME HE'S LIABLE TO GET THROWN IN THE. HOOSEOOW. IT WONT ANY ClKlCH PACKING HIM UP THOSE FLIGHTS OF STAIRS, BuTVOE CAW'T LEAVE HIM HERE '', So! YOU RE THE <3OOD-FOR- NotHiN<3 LOAFERS THAT KEEP HIM ,QUT. ,ALL NljSHT, SPENDING. HIS HARD-EARNED MONEVANP TRVIN6 TO BREAK UP OUR HOME! 0ELIEVE ME.VOUR ARE <jOlN<5 TO HEAR ABOUT THIS ! TO ROBERT ROTTER, , M.y. be modern Swing it—with ac-led him to his staff. Fairly re-> and more effective. German ar-. Helen l.uspin, 2 mi. N. of Scottville on US-31. or a song, or a quotation, and on the way to the office or the ball game next day the taxi-driver WILL SWAP—Good work horse or potatoes for cattle or anything I can use. i uses it f oo That's thp 1 mi west o r ™ lil -- 1 I "-- «-%-.in*«.. i> i L*^^O ut uwvj. J.IJCILA uiit: 2, Scottville. the $250 for a six months' license out of which the same proportion, 80 percent, goes to the township. This money has been used up for various expenses some time ago. The point I want to bring out is that the state of Michigan granted extensions to taverns which are allowed only 2 'scottviiie 0 ' W " l ' y- J "°' A "" lcton ' "• | word "berserk" became so wide- a six month*' license. This was '' ' . i ly used in America. A number of for the purpose of allowing w J, Ij V,. s . WAI> 77 !U ? M 1101 ^! 1 , of . c ," I '. ll ,. i ," I years ap.o it appeared in one of them to remain open during the money by the Rendezvous was not tion! That's.it, SWING it!" |cently he has 'branched out on Hula is swingtime, eh—and 'his own., for the first time on any I screen? Well, that's interest- ,' But * # # he doesn't dance week- Six years ago he mar- Schreck, "the supervisor^ said! ed to think so too. Luana halt- ried Irene Winder, who likes they needed the money Also i ed - at la st, to find out how. to hunt and fish and golf as Jack Gibson the clerk ' figured j " Y °u tell me—I do," she told I much as he does. They live the t.nwnsi-iin r-miiri n«. ° tho 'Crosby. |on a valley ranch—and when t tell you," .said Jack, | they can't get away outdoors needed by the township. Mr. | ing. • Luana and the gals seem- i ends. the township could use ° the i Cr °sby. ( IVmriOV tr\ o Hvcinf a n-Q Gr\ fl^o tt^i-n I 1 Call tillery could. get at them, and beat the French to soup. A counter 'attack then could be launched from behind the security of the Siegfried line with would money to advantage. So the vote was three to two. The board doesn't want the extra revenue. Perhaps they can raise the "but I'll show you." ithey follow the popular valley And he did, and it was (as |custom (inaugurated, perhaps, above reported) something to]by Edward Everett Hortbh) of STEUIIS—One liclfcr, 'yearlings, for sale. Elmer 1C. Peterson. 1 mi. W., !i nil. S. .Scottville. Tel. 12R-K-2. Merchandise^ Articles for Sale 51 AT HAItGAIN PRICES—U. h.p., HO-VOlt tifl-cy. General Electric Rebuilt Motors, L. Mattix Store, ScottvJIIe. HEATERS—Two good used cabinet heaters for sule. Cliiuson lldwe., 501 S. James. ' . . 8 DOUBLE UAIUt lit— Shotguns. 2 rifles for sale, FarmST*',, nK'nuUksi'.otort- No. those blood-curdling, l-saw-for- HaidausUas, 4 mi. N;' of Custer. ty-thousand-t r o o p e r s-die ac. • ;— . , .„ counts of the French Foreign Le- WII.L SWAP—Grey horse, about II) yrs. „:„., i T jfop,.f v Maofl7inp That old, weight 1,600, for cow or young 8 lon - "l ijlDt-1 Ly Magazine, i nat stock, inq. Michevich Garafc, Foun- was when, Legion stories were lain- ' fashionable, and everybody "went berserk" everytime anything annoyed them. Personally, I'm allergic to Legion stories now, though there was a time when I thought the epitome of all romance and adventure was the Legion. ->!• # * And that reminds me—have you .seen the pictures of those Legionnaires who returned to Paris to march in the Bastille day celebrations? Don't look at Infants Baptized at Double Service NORTH RIVERTON. — The Sacrament of Holy Baptism was solemnized in a double service Sunday evening at' the Bethlehem Lutheran church when Janet Loraine Listing, infant daughter of Mr. and 2, K.. Business and. Office Equipment FOR loc A DAY—Buy a portable Bern•---'--- j. ii. chin- Ington-Raim typewriUr at ncry's, Scottville. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 DRY IIAItDWOOD—For sale, 2 cords, $5.50; 3 cord load, $7.50. E. E. Olm- stend. R, 1, I.udington. I'honc 16-F-3. hunting season, state considers that EvidonHv thpi uuu sei'. J. oeueve me taxpayers! .t the* Places, * o » ld ..^l°w about this unfair i see. He looked more like a j adding more rooms to their ... ., . tne I graceful dinosaur than a dance .house, •believe the ^taxpayers ! director. The gals—and Lu- About that "swingtime hula," Mrs. Paul Listing and Steven ceieoraiions/ uoivt IOOK at William Bedker, infant son of them if you haycjiVt ,see n them » •. , - _ »!, _ « nl vnn rlxr f\f oil' rlic?illnoir\t-\i»-*rr Mr. -ihd Mrs. Harry Bedker of Scottville, were baptized. Rev. William Opitz, pastor, officiated at the service. The would lose some good business if they were compelled to close. Why? Because the state is in the liquor business and it also needs the money. That's horse sense. For the extra two months' license the township would receive $70 and more 'business in general. But this township doesn't want this extra revenue and extra business. It refuses to grant me the extra two months which is granted by the state. Why? Because the township board says "no." They vote for ana— looked and then they — handling of my request for an | had their turn to swing it, ...... --------- •• • extension of 60 days on my license. PAUL F. BARBIAN. Walhalla. that's it, SWING it! expectation crush the that it battered French advance. Insteaid, the Germans are • counter attacking to keep the French far away from the fortifications. Why? Swiss reports tell of large labor corps working behind the Siegfried line. After all, the Germans had barely a year to put their line in order. Trained observers have sus- he says: "Hollywood won't stand for any rhythm done in .the formula of yesterday. It"pectecfThat a year was not * * * P a y be ar \ Jold tune but it has|i ong enough to build impene- Dance directors seldom start to be the dance of tomorrow— trable fortifications. Now they ., J _, Jl .-_- i -,.. ,. ,.- _, i n ,. ™-o-n" i feel that the premature 'Ger- the taxoavers and ei FTOLLYWOOD SIGHTS and SOUNDS (By BOBBIN COONS) HOLLYWOOD—It was something to see: Jack Crosby's out deliberately to be dance I or no go. directors. LeRoy Prinz, for instance, craved adventure, I found it in the Foreign Legion, later in the air during the World war, before settling down to step-mastering. Busby Berkeley, who still can't dance, was an actor first. Jack Crosby was several other already. Of all:'disillusioning sights, these French Legionnaires are toos. They are gaunt, bearded and uncivilized looking; fellows sponsors for Janet Loraine wno might conceivably be refu- were William Pleiness and sister, Mrs. Carl Rahn, uncle and aunt of the baby. Steven William's sponsors were his uncle, Paul Bedker, and his cousin, Miss Nellie Mae Bedker. Miss .Caroline Benz was a Saturday overnight guest, Oct. kJfrV 2 1, 165-W. of Miss Beatrice Kief. prices. Bathke Feed Barru, Tel. j Mr. .and Mrs. Harry Bedker Patricia, Mary '.and __ _ Panama had 53 revolutions I and St&yen, were all-day Sun- in 52 years (1850-1902.) day guests of Mr. Bedker's stark berserk. gees from a chain gane. but not from the Legion that Hollywood has built tip in our minds. These pictures were used in the local papers and created something of a minor sensation —at least one paoer asking pointedly, "Who's guilty? Who's null- ing the wool over our eyes—Paris or Hollywood?" A few more pictures like those and not 1 D«ly will we becbme allergic to the Legion—we will go th* streamlined, stalwart six-feet. Wever's tavern was granted a it came about this wav. The yearly license last year to sell. girl from Hawaii, the Princess liquor. This license was former-) Luana (or "Miss Honolulu" ly issued to the Rendezvous; but i when she first came from the the board took it away from the Rendezvous and granted it to Wever's inn. The state allows Slot machines take in only a nickel at, a time, but according to Billboard, the theatrical week- islands), was leading 40 grass- skirted chorines in the dance. It was for a thing called "Hawaiian Nights" and I guess it was important. Jack Crosby, who is the dance director and no relation .to Bing although he worked on the step-stuff in things—railroad fireman, miner and cowpuncher and boxer —before he began getting others to follow,, in his steps. He had & premonition of man counter-attacks their views. support Good sources here are con- ivinced the Germans have supply ships hid-den in out-of-the- way islands in the Caribbean. The ships, presumably, refuel submarines. Shipping reports point to the presence of German submar- .ines in the Caribbean and in Is something wrong with the I the North . Atlantic. _ rt is oo-fi-ioH iiv,c.o iv/TiiTfc,™ moni known that tne Germans- WASHINGTON — War news from far behind the front: what was to come, however. He S Siegfried line? Military men™ 0 *" inai/m Ho^ „? XS hS? sensed rhythm, he says, in here say that German counter i bought a number of old ships niany thnigs before he knew l -- t *-" 1 "- —'"-*• <- v ~ -i~,.,i,. an me Americas snoruv oeiore it would be his life work. re say attacks against the slowly-J penetrating French indicate Rhythm in the swing of the the Germans are afraid their i shovel and pick, rhythm in (west wall is not too 'stout. The the choo-choo of the choos, rhythm on the choo- j Germans have launched heavy range counter attacks in the Moselle ly, they take in more than $375,- I Bing's "The Star-Maker," 000,000 annually. These are not i thought it was important any- the old style machines that yield slugs/''They'are the nickel-in- the-slot phonographs which play yoxir favorite records. way. He kept calling, "Put some fire into it! No, no, no! It can't shortly before, out. The shins not been heard They would make i mirable fuel supply bases. •Doubtless they will be hunt- where he rode herd. And when region, although the FrencVi ed out and destroyed by thft 'V ( he took up boxing, where foot- lare not nearer than seven or > British and French in time*,. ' ' work counted— A vaudeville agent saw him sparring, saw his footwork, saw him as a dancer signed him up.; For six yga'fg; Crosby way hoofed, ''and hotif eight miles to the main forti- If the United States found, ficatlon. That is not sound tactics unless the wall itself is shaky. Sound tactics would "be* wait,'until the FrencR- of them, or any submarines, hiding in our waters, our navy would ibe obligated to = capture' '« or sink them. As neuw' we must see thab'no * *«-'v^i. v^ V*, t* J. J.V* .LAW A WV« •, A.^At* **C*JF t W t*A U U4AyAA W4AV7 * *• bA*VA4k »*«^i -^< H Vv *•• *•« v w^.*. v *~ n »- -v— w finally .to Hollywood, where Le-I penetrated within perhaps two i ships use our ports or be a regular hula! It's got to Roy Prinz found him and add- miles. By then the lighterjial waters as -bases of 'S»p] -X..

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