T .v- \ EIGHT THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. TUESDAY, OCT. 31,1939, Sure to Read The Ads for A Harvest of Fall Values! RADIO HIGHLIGHTS Key station of each network IB listed In the programs. The Networks: WBAF—WTAM, WTMJ, WOT. WtW, WSM. WMAQ, WOOD, WWJ WJZ — WI»S, WTMJ, WMAQ, WXYZ, WLW, WOOD. WABO—WJB, WHAS, WBBM. t^eath Ends a Joy Ride CALt BETTERS AND KILOCYCLE FREQUENCY CKLW 840, KDKA 980, KPAB 770, KF1 040 KMOX 1090, KOA 830, KYW 1020, WBBM 770 WCFL 970, WBAL 1060, 'WCCO 810. WABC 860, WKAR 850. WBAF 610. WEAF 660. WENB 870, WON 720 WGY 780, WHAM 1150, WHAS 820 WHO 1000. WIBO 570, WJJD 1130, WSM 650. WJR 750, WJZ 760. WLS 870, WLW 700, WMBI 1080, WKZO 890 WMAQ 670, WOOD 1270, WOW 590, WOWO 1160, WSB 740, WTAM 1070, WTIO 1060, WKBZ 1500, WTMJ 620. (Time Is Eastern Standard) TONIGHT : Europe — WABC CBS 8:55, 11; MBS 9; WEAF- NBC— east 11 ... Neutrality: NBd-Blue-chain 7:45. Rep. Jennings Randolph; WJZ-NBC 10:15, Rep. John M. Vorys. WEAF-NBC— 8 Johnny presents J 8:30 Horace Heidt pro- pram; 9 Battle of sexes; 9:30 Fibber McGee and "Molly; 10 Bob Hope. WABC-CBS— 8 Edward G. Robinson play; 8:30 Walter O'Keefe party; 9 We the people; 9:30 Bob Crosby swing; 10:45 Rep. F. A. Harness on "Reciprocal Trade Follies." WJZ-NBC— 8 Aldrich family; 8:30 Information please; 9 Bob Benchley show; 9:30 Meet Mr. Weeks; 10:30 Fun with the famous. MBS — 8:30 Morton Gould orchestra; 9:30 Mozart concerto, new time, i What to expect Wednesday: Europe — NBC-chains 8 a. m.; 'WJZ-NBC 12 noon; WABC-CBS 8 a. m., 6:30 p. m. . . . WEAF- NBC— 1:30 p. m. Let's talk it over; 3:45 Guiding light; 6 Luther-Layman singers. WABC- CBS — 3 p. m. Joyce Jordan; 4:30 Highways to health; 6:15 | •Uncle Jonathan. WJZ-NBC — 12:30 p. m. Farm and home hour; 3:30 Completion of Rockefeller center; 5 Women's clubs symposium. MBS — 11:45 a. m. Homemakers' forum. Some Wednesday short waves: DJD Berlin 6:45 Military concert; GSD GSF GSB LOndon 7:45 World affairs; PCJ Eindhoven 8:25 Netherlands salute; TPA4 Paris 11:30 News. Peruvian Brothers Missing on Flight Name Committees to Act for Year Butler PT-A H-IP Inl tne Int 'Irl e Kf niucc; No bombing flight over the Western Front, this. Nothing but an aerial joy ride over peaceful Greenwich, Connecticut, which ended in death for Arthur Bogart, 35. He was killed when wing of plane hit a tree. His body lies in foreground. sentatives, Mesdames H. J. Lehan, L. A. Larsen and Johnstone. LIMA, Peru, Oct. 31. There was no word today of the two Peruvian brothers who had expected to land here Monday on a non-stop flight from New York. The aviators, Commander Humberto Gal'lino, of the Peru- vi£n navy, and Capt. Victor Gal. lino, of the Peruvian army, were last reported "sighted over Miami, Fla., at 10:58 p. m. E.S.T. Sunday, after leaving New York at 1:43 p. in. in a Detroit built plane. Their fuel supply of 1,150 gallons was expected to last a maximum of 30 hours. That limit was passed at 7:43 p. m. Monday. Lima airport officials said, they may have .been forced down at some remote place along, the 4,014-mile route. Motion Pictures Presented at PT- A DARR DISTRICT.— Darr Parent-Teacher association mem- tbers enjoyed an interesting and instructive evening Friday when they were privileged to view motion pictures presented by representatives of Michigan Bell Telephone company. H. J. Lehan of Saginaw, supervisor of methods division of the company's staff, presented the pictures under the direction of L. A. Larsen, telephone manager of this area. Mr. Johnstone, district commercial superintendent of the company, spoke briefly of the telephone system. Mr. Larsen explained the pictures were taken especially ior the benefit of telephone employees. These showed the efforts necessary to first introduce the telephone and the work and benefits of the in, strument during the hurricane ; .along the Atlantic coast. " The manufacture of cables In the service, training of fffejjaployees and large exchanges among the many interest- Views shown. Bitty Lou Granger delighted Audience with a recitation, Mother Sweeps the Lulu McGhan gave much sure with two readings, inds Is Husbands" and Jlrst Trip on a Pullman." isiness meeting was con- Airs. Louis Heuer. Mfcrquardt and his st and Feathers," will ... of the next meeting evening* Nov. 17. luardtwlll choose the freshment committee. ; sold candy and popcorn " Ja to apply on a radio. ilng dosed wUh rn a lames Wil- Time Schedules Mail, Rail, Boat and Bus Pcre Marquctte passenger Trains Westbound, arrive 11:25 a. m. Eastbound, leave 12:50 p. m. Daily, except Sundays Pere Marquette Carferries Leave Ior Milwaukee, Wis 11 a. m., 7 p. m. Arrive from Milwaukee 2:30 a. m., 9:30 a. m. Leave for Manitowoc, Wis 4 p. m., 3:30 a. m. Arrive from Manitowoc 3:30 a. m., 2:30 p. m. Leave for Kewaunee, Wis f *.. m. Additional sailings without regard to schedule. Da'.ly, Sundays included Call dock office for daily information. All boats carry automobiles. Bus Lines Leave for Muskegon. etc. ..8:30 a. in., 12:30 p. m., 4:15 p. m. Arrive from Muskegon. etc. ..10:50 a. m., 4:05 p. m., 7:35 p. m. Leave for Traverse City, etc ll a. m., 4:15 p. m. Arrive from Traverse City, etc n-,59 a. m.. 6 p. m. Daily, Sundays Included Leave for Baldwin 5:30 p. m. Outgoing Mail Weekdays Southbound mail (mall truck) closes 9:30 a. m. Eastbound mail (train) connecting with north and south trains, closes 11:30 a. m. Southbound (mail bus) closes 3:30 p. m. Eastbound (bus) connecting with. north and south trains, ciueee 4:30 p. m. Outgoing mall Sundays (mall truck) closes 5 p. m. Incoming Mail Weekdays From south (mall truck) 8 a. m. From east (train) 11:45 a. m. From south (mail bus) 10:45 a. m. From east (bus) 9:40 p. m. Incoming mull, Sundays (mail truck) 9:30 a. m. FROM SCOTTVILLE Pere Marquette Passenger Trains From east, arrive 11:10 a. m. Eastbound, leave 1:02 p. m. Bus Lines Leave for Traverse City, etc 11:15 a. m., 4:30 p. m. Arrive from Traverse City, etc 11:45 a. m., 7:30 p. m. Leave for Ludington 11:45 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Arrive from Ludington ..11:15 a. m., 5:45 p. m., 7:15 p. m. Leave for Baldwin 5:45 p. m. Arrive from Baldwin 9 p. m. Outgoing Mail Northbound mail (mail truck) closes 7:30 a. m. Southbound mail (mail truck) closes 9:15 a. m. Westbound (train) closes ..10:40 a. m. Eastbound (train), connecting with north and south trains, closes 12:40 p. m. Eastbound (bus), connecting with north and south trains, closes 5:30 p. m. Westbound (bus) closes 6 p. m. Incoming Mail From south (mull truck) 8:30 a. Arrives from east (train) ....11:10 a. Arrives from west (train) 1:02 p. Arrives from west (buss) 6:00 p. Weldon Creek Mrs. Frank Gendrolis left Sunday, Oct. 22, for Muskegon. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuncaitis of North Ouster. Milton Shoup of the Cornstock district is helping his son, William, who is improving his barn by building on an addition. Miss Emily Gendrolis and niece, Rose Mary Masten, of Ludington. spent Thursday afternoon with their parents and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gendrolis. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Seidler have from weeks. WEST RIVERTON.—The Parent-Teacher association of Butler school held its first regular j im meeting of the year at schooltiouse on Friday evening, Oct. 20. The meeting, in charge | ol the president, Miss Amelia j Schaeffer, opened with commun- I ity ringing with MLss Ruth i Smedberg playing the piano ac- j companiment. The minutes of 1 the April meeting were read by | the secretary. Mi.ss Smedberg, 'and they stood approved. Following the .business meeting, the program, as previously j announced in The News, was I presented with two exceptions. ! Beth Colby and Albert Meny | were unable to give their num- ! bars. The grammar room pupils i gave two vocal numbers. "Whi.s- ] pering Hope" and "Little Fishes," ] accompanied by Mi.ss Smedberg ! at the piano. John Lister announced the program numbers. Committees for programs, refreshments and clean-up were j arranged for every month of the j school year as follows: j November—Mrs. H. Maurice I Butler ancl Mrs. Edison Brown, ( program; Mrs. James Peder.sen I and Mrs. Paul Mroczka, refre.sh- i ments and H. Maurice Butler j and Edison Brown, clean-up. The month of December, with its holiday activities, will be in charge o"f the teachers. Mis Ruth Smedberg of the primary room and Cyril Hemmer of the grammer room. January—Mrs. Floyd Tim-j moos and Mrs. Howard Colby, j program; Mrs. Nels Jorgenson and Mrs. Clarence Rinebblt, refreshments and Floyd Tim m cms and Howard Colby, clean-up. February—Mr.s. Elery Harmon and Mrs. Harold Harmon, pro- Avintion Corporation _ 7 Borclcti 21' s Cnlumct A: Hccla 8 ; S, Clio <V Ohio 4'2\' a Chnslir «!>'.i Cohiin G & El .' 7'.4 Corn'wlth South 1' a CurUss Wright 9% Eire P & L «'2 Oc-ncnil Eke -1014 Oi n Foods 43''B Gnu ral Mot 54 Answers Roosevelt Rebuke Hucisun Mot can ... : Tel . . . . t Covp j MasoniU* Corp ' Montgomery Ward .. ! Motor Wheel Nash-KHvinutor .... NiHion.il Biscuit .. .. Na'.l Power .V Li;;ht .. Nt\v York <,Viurnl .. i Nortl 1 American IFackurd ! PC 11 in y i .1 C) 63., We •10 5 39 "..1 09 16' ,i 38' , 35 17'.; ?' i 23- 1 ,, •11 ' •13 35" Radio Reo Minor Ripan!:,- Stri-l St. !.-t'.an ] r ran .. . Siai.--K,'ebuck South C'al Erti.'-on . Standard Brands . . Standard Uas &• El Standard Oil Cal .. Still da:d Oil Ind . . StiiiKt Oil N .1 Studib.-.kir Und; riri.od El . . . . Union Carbide . . . . UiMiiii Pacific Uniird Corp U S t'tii'l Yellow T iv C 20'. 84 28 27' 47 !>' 101 Stork .\vcra;;rs (C'ompilcd Ily The As 20 I ; Oct. 31 orialed Pri-ss) burlap sacks. 1.55-.60; Colorado Red Mc- ChircB U. 3. No. 1. burlap sticks, brushed, good color few stiles. 2.05; North Dakota, Red River Valley section Cobblers U. H. No. 1, 1.20; 85 to 90 percent U. S. No. i, 1-1.10; Bliss Triumphs 90 percent U S. No. 1, 1.25: Early Ohios, 85 to 90 percent U. S. No. 1, 1.23; Wisconsin Cobblers, U. S. No. 1. few stiles, 1.25-.40. Chicago I'oultry (Quottitions in Cents) CHICAGO, Oct. :n.—i/n—Poultry—Re- icilpts llvo, 55 trucks; market steady; I White Rock springs. A Ibx. up. M; geesi 1 , j 12 Ibs-. and down. 14; othtr prices un- l changed. Chicago Dairy (Quotations in Cents) CHICAGO. Oct. 31.—i,Vl—Butter—Receipts 571.'HI; market unsettled, prlcps | unchanged. Eggs-—Rtcclptn 3.C31; market firm; , frish graded firsts. 23'..; current receipts, 21; refrigerator extras. 18; .standnrds, ! IT:':,; firsts. 1C 3 .,; other prices unchanged. Net cham;? . To tiny Previous day Mcnth a40 . Ytar 1140 . . . 1939 ;jl82S 193U D.(i 74.4 75.0 74.4 70.1 77.0 58.8 7J1.5 49.2 Low Hi.-.h Low Movi'inriU Lo-.v IIiL'h 1415.9 Lc\v 51.fi 15 RaiU D.3 22 A •f) 7 21.2 23 8 15.7 23.5 12.1 15 CO Util Slocks U 3 :;9.9 •!0.2 D.5 52.'j f.3.9 41.6 54.7 In vigorous oratorical pose, Uo;.ircsen'ativi< Martin Dies, of Tcxap, chairman of the committee invos;igai iiv.r un-American activities, addresses the New York City Federation of Women's Clubs. Answering criticism by various Congressmen and by the President as to his tactics in revealing names of more than f>00 Federal otHdals on mailing list of Communist-sponsored organizations, Dies said. "The Administration is scared. I have on'v scratched the surface." in Ueci'iit 17.5 8.7 153.9 9.X3 184.3 01 .8 THE F/IAfifvETS sram; Mrs. Archie Wadel and! i> K horr Mr.s. Lz Gamertsfelder, re-! Hc -' v :'' h ;' ns •• freshments and Elery Harmon ! P1 ^"^'\ ^* and Harold Harmon, clean-up, j coion-d .-pn'nm March—Mrs. Carl Peterson' 4 ros. and up and Mrs. Melvin Goff, program;' S! ,,. ; ; ( , t! ..,.,-,. , Lk;ht rod kidney beans ............ S3. SO D-ark red Kidnt-y beans ............ S3.""; Dark cranberry beans ....... • ..... $l.To Light cranberry beans ........... $2.25 Wh.te ;nn beans .................. S'J »r, Yfllowf ye beans .................. $'-.50 Poultry hens. 3 IDS. and up ......... !)c 12c Grain .:ir>-.4 : Jonathan-;. .75-85: Melnu-s ..".5; Spvs. .75-T.l.S: Waivm rs. Celv rv--Mid;, bunches ciei':-:is [ :uoth. .38- 4.1. Onion;-—50 Ib. sacks I" -S. No i yrllow.s. .15-.5:i. i'otut'.)?.- — ICO !b s:ir!;s I". :•;. N,, . Rur-set Bvirba:i'.-.s. 1.95-2; ft\v In;-."' 2.1C; Mich. R'l-sct Hul'.il-,. 1..: Cluppiwas. i .;;:.•-.;.u; M.nn- Clr.n •2-2.10: 15 Ib. pijvr .-;ic>:-. Main!' d;t'.'i. .'i5. id.,. 10 ID. rn;iu:> .-.;<•;;• sr-ts U. s N..I. l. ..'2-.L 1 :;. :r..»t!y . Del'lit i QiK-ta'.,;n- in DETROIT. O-.-t. been entertaining; friends I Mrs. Nels Nelson and Mrs Henry! o«t-'. Detroit for the past two ; ~ ' ' ' ' ~ -•'"-•••• ESSH War on Predators Slows in Michigan LANSING, — The killing of wolves and coyotes, which cost the State of Michigan S46.000 in bounty payments in the last fiscal year, has been considerably less in the current year than for comparable months of a year ago. Records of the Michigan department of con- servatiion show payment of$9,335 for predator control in July, August and September, 1939 against $11,305 for the same months of 1938. Contracts with trappers, which assure the predators will be taken in approved manner, number only 349 to date this fiscal year compared with 533 at the same time a year earlier. September's take of 451 coyotes arid four wolves compares with a September. 1938 kill of 507 coyotes and 11 wolves. Bounties are $20 for females and $15 for males regardless of age, for both species. There have been no state trappers in the field since June 30 of this year. Ponce De Leon was the first governor of Puerto Rico before starting on his ill-fated search for the Fountain of Youth. HI.' Bie-sby, refre.shments and Carl Peterson and Melvin Goff, clean- j up. • i April—Mr.s. EH Hanson and !B Mrs. Perry A. Gamertsfelder. program: Mrs. Jack Kiefer and Mrs. Alfred Benson, refreshments and Perry Gamertsfeider and Eli Hanson, clean-up. i d " - . The ways and means committee I ^ has a.s its chairman. Mr.s. John a'.i-. Lister, with Mr.s. Gus Von-i u '- : Glahn and the Misses Amelia 1 Schaeffer and Ruth Smedberg being her assistants. Following tho meeting, refreshments were served bv Mr.s. John O'Connell and Mr.s" Neal Ford. produce Hides Sacinnw l.c-an, • Q-.n.'a! :on< IP. Dollars and Ci'iit- .VA'.'ilS'AW. Mich . Oft. :U ---.-T. -M an H'.:;ii\ Shipjx r.--' Ass.ic:atio;i T r. pr;n - Haiulplcked p<\i b'-ar.s. |.' : . ;'40; 1 uindpickfc! rr-d k:d:M.'ys. li 5'i. dark. G.75; iiantipi.-k'd yi ilov.'i iidpi.-'^-d c!io:c-' n fn.;nicd c litiu. 225; dart;. 1.75. Hrnton Ilarhor Produce (Quotations in Crnisi BENTON HARBOR. Mich.. Oct. : '• —Price-, pulr; iicri> Monday on ' In the first national automobile show, "horseless carriages" were driven around a track, dodging barrels to prove they could be steered. Mr.s. Mott Butler and Mrs. Elery Harmon were recent afternoon guests of Mr.s. Gus Von- Glahn. Ronald Benz was a Tuesday evening guests. Oct. 24. at the VonGlahii home. Miss Martha RineboH spent Tuesday, Oct. 24. in Grand Rapids ancl returned to her home the same evening. The Riverton township board is installing a floor furnace in the Riverton townhnl!. MARKETS* AND FINANCE NEW YORK STOCKS (1:30 I'. M. I'rices) Adami Express Am Can Am Smelt A; lief Arn Tel & Tel Am Wat V.'ks Anaconda Armour of 111 Appk-s--I3usht>Iv. Nu. 1. 2= . in J<,i;a- [liu.ns. .C5-.90: D.licinus. .CO-.90; Nurt:-- • < rn Spi,--. -5r)-.oO; Baldwins 4(1-i.n : Ki:i';s. .r,0-.55: 2'. in. Grime; Gold'!,. i Pt'ars—nii-Oif-Is. Ki(-fft-r«. 2'_, and 2 :; : inrli. .40-.45: ixKir'r luwi-r. Celery Squai'L -. .50; bunches. !u-ar>. .15: iiirdiuiii .20-.22: inainiiiuth. .'M-.'J'.I. C'ldi r Ci-iiluii. .20-.22. ' j Di'lroit I'roilurp ! KJucta'i.,n^ in Dollars and Onts) • IJLTROIT. Micl).. On. :n.--',l'i- (Uni!. 11\ Stales D<-part:neiu <it Agriculture.)- ' Apples Mini. bii. ba.skets and liu. b.i',- ki t.s U. S No. 1: 2'_. In. inin. Winter i BunaiK!:-. .50: Delicious. .75-1.25; H. T. 1 fir(iiiuiii>. .. r /l; KIIIK-. .50: Kliu; David.;, Di-lnnt 11.i .110 LYRIC TONIGHT 7:00-9:00 30c and lOc James Hay present were inerepre- TEMPERATURE TODAY AT 11:00 Weather Forecast Lower Michigan: Occasional light rain or snow tonight; Wednesday mostly cloudy, slightly colder, Know flurries in north and extreme east portions. IT SAVES YOU MONEY— In the long run to have a good roof on your home. We suggest a J-M shingle because we Know that you are getting a quality product at low cost. We have a price to suit any purse. THIS LUDINGTON LUMBER CO. For Correct Time Phone M WEDNESDAY THURSDAY or tbt city stretta... thousands fighting ...for turviiril I ...Il'i that H«rf AWiieh agiinLlhekid who's Diking million! of udio listeners scicem with laughter... on the scitei in the comedy hit ol the leuoo! RICHMOND DUFF ( June Gale • Edward Harris I Henry Armetta mean winter comfort Dont be one of those people ivlw shiver along the streets during the first cold days because they neglected to have their heavy coat cleaned. Be instead, the type of person rvho loolfs comfortable and smart—even a little condescending towards the poor, coalless, shivering creatures! If youll go to your phone now, you'll find that a calllo 77 will bring us to llie other end of the wire — and then it's only a matter of minutes until we're over to piclf up your clothes! • 24-Hour Service on Request • KNEBL'S DRY CLEANERS PHONE 77 MrClsni' Experimenting ? Adventures in Automobile Insurance sometimes prove costly. Dependable Automobile Insurance is the only kind we sell. Meny-Washatka AGENCY Phone 58 110 E. Ludinglon Ave. 'S END OF M&NTM CLEARAWAY These values have been reduced to clear stock for new Christmas lines. 'Visit our basement. Buy Now and Save; BOYS' Dress Shirts Si/iv 10' , to 11. ."HUN'S Heavy \ViMRhl Only. MEX'S Fine for Coltl Weather. All sixes. Tan, Gray, Black. MEN'S Cotton Work Socks Seamless Type. MEN'S A Real Buy LADIES' Rayon Satin Si/es :1G to J2. LADIES' Blouses Heal Bargains SINGLE Cotton Blankets 44 Size 6G x 7C. One Lot of Women's Dresses Large Lot of Women's Novelty Suspenders PENNEY' Ludington, Michigan.
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