Daily News from New York, New York on December 8, 1937 · 65
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Daily News from New York, New York · 65

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DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER S, 1937 61 Heads Air Station Washington, D. C, Dec. 7 (U.R). Coast Guard Commandant Rear Admiral R. R. Waesche today announced designation of Commander Robert Donohue as commandant of the New Floyd Bennett Coast Guard Air Station near New York City. ED, PLEASE WRITE Mom's worrif J about that cough your cold started. S.he wants you to try Listerine Cough Drops. They loosen phlegm and contain ether ingredients that soothe and cool a tickly throat. Made from a specialist's formula, they're medicated, not mere candy. Write Mora, Ed, and tell her you're taking Listerine Cough Drops. BETTY BMiiHE Minna Don't Neglect Your Child's Cold Don't let chest coldg or croupy coughs go untreated. Rub Children's Musterole on child's throat and chest at once. This milder form of regular Musterole penetrates, warms, and stimulates local circulation. Floods the bronchial tubes with its soothing, relieving vapors. Musterole brings relief naturally because it's a "counter' irritant" NOT just asalve. Recommended by many doctors and nurses. Three strengths: Regular, Children's (mild), and Extra Strong. WITHOUT OPIATES OR BROMIDES' LOSE THAT HEADACHE HEADACHE POWDERS 3USB PROMPT KUEF fOt SIM Pit IE8MISMS I PfEiODIC NIK 4 POWDERS II-I2P0W0US25K W mnn rtoa I ?C K 9 aV JtT !,.; f. W. .. JB iniirirMilnnrnrj ii-rr-TTrmTrnr Tnrhnnrtn-ftrinTr'iTrtiVrnTHiririn?iniififrninTfnwrtwrtnnriT Can-Can Big Apple Equals Canned Apple Bank of Manhattan Company, New rYork City, State Controller Tre- maine announced. The syndicate offered a premium of .P99 per cent. The bonds will bear 2'. per cent, interest. By HAROLD ETTLINGER. (United Press Staff Correspond! t Paris, Dec. 7. Adelaide Hall, a dusky dancer from Brooklyn, took a few shakes from the Big Apple tonight, and tossed them in with the naughtiest movements of the French can-can, called it "The Canned Apple" and dared the folks back home to imitate it. The hybrid "Canned Apple" willt have its premiere tomorrow night in one cf the Pigalle hot-spots of Montmartre -when the Big Apple I v Adelaide Hall Waapm in Aer bustle. Cafe opens -with the double attrac tion of free drinks and Adelaide. - Bees in Bustle. As Adelaide described it the Canned Apple" is a sort cf pan tomime of a young lady with a nest of hornets in her bustle. '. The Brooklyn dancer, who came to Paris ten years ago with Joseph ine Baker and the "Blackbirds" show troupe, had intended to give the Parisians an out-and-out Big Apple. "But to the French, who have been accustomed to the can-can with its difficult athletic gyrations for more than fifty, years, the Big Apple would look like child's play," she said. "So we had to make the Big Apple more difficult." 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