The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 3, 1938 · Page 6
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, January 3, 1938
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PAOE SIX THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 103S. Ji PERSONAL MENTION Miss Lctt.i Dull of Noith ColtafcC avenue has returned home from Akron, Ohio, when' she spent the Christmas holidays with her niece Miss Delia Freeman Oppman's Taxi. T hono 700 Ad- | verUscment-l)-r' -tf. i Miss AmtiJ DtOi c, who is spend- | Ing the wintjir at Phoenix, Aru, ac- | compamcd lit- a party of young I friends, alsojj wintering in Phoenix, J motored to lios Angeles, Cal, to see the Rose Bowl g!imc on New Yeai Day. Bcfoic going to Los Angeles they, witnessed the tournament ot. roses at Pasadena, Cj] They ol"-o expect to vis't at Hollywood nnd . Glcndale Miss DcOre is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J C DeOre of '401 East Gieen sticet Start the new ycjr right with u complete set of new blank books, loose-leaf ledgers and inventory sheets Everything "for the'ofllce nt Kcstncr's Book Store, 125 W Apple St --Advertisement --30dcc-4t. Mrs-. William H Button, the foi- mer Miss Margaret Mullin, tendered her resignation as a member of the salesforcc of G C Davidson's store and has gone to Murrnysvillc, near Wilkmsburg, whcic she nnd Mr. Sutton have gone to housekeeping- Lidics, of Gicemvood M E Chuich will hold food sale, Saturday, Jan 8th in Mistlebauer Store Room, W. Crawford, beginning, 0 30 --Advertisement --jan-3-5-77 Earl Pntchett left Sunday night for Ann Arboi, Mich , to resume his studies at the University of Michigan, after spending' the holiday, with his parent*, Mr. and Mrs H E Pntchett of Chestnut street The Ladies' Auxiliary to South Conncllsville Firemen will hold a "500" and bingo party, tonight, in Firemen s Rooms. Lunch and door prize Admission 25c --Adv crtise- mcnt --3jan-lt Ralph F. Slider, who was confined to his home m West Patterson avenue for the past week with intestinal flu, resumed his duties this morning as a linotype operator for The Courier Fur trimmed coats, cleaned and pressed, 70e. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertisement --3jan-4t Jack Reagan, who spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs George H. Reagan of South Eighth street. Greenwood, left Sunday for Ann Arbor, Mich, to resume his studies at the University of Michigan. Daniel Ridcnour. nephew of Mr. and Mrs Reagan, who was also home for the holidays, motored to Mcadville Sunday with Edgar Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wood of Morrcll avenue Both resumed their classes today at Allegheny College. Mr. and Mrs. James Kuhns of Poplar Grove, confined to their home since before Chrlstmjs by illness, are able to be out. Donald Reshcnberg is ill at, the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Gus Reshcnbcrg, of Brookvale Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whipkcy of South Ninth street. Greenwood, will leave Tuesday ;for Orlando, Fla, to spend the winter months. James C. Lo-.g, Jr, returned to Westminster College, New Wilmington, having spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs James C. Long, of Wills Road Miss Sylvia Donnadio, a student nurse at Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, has resumed her duties having spent a two-week vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs M Donnadio, of North Eighth street Lawrence Nee of Patterson avenue was accompanied o Philadelphia Sunday by Eugene Heavner. Mr. Nee will enter the training school for highway patrolmen and Mr. Heavner , will return today. Misses Martha I. and Jane S Port, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Port of East Cedar avenue, returned to Mcadville where they are enrolled nt Allegheny College, having spent the holiday season here. Fred DeMuth, Delmar and William Myers, of town. Miss Sarah Husbanc ot Davvson and Miss Naomi Blair o; Perryopolls were Pittsburgh, visitors Sunday. William Myers sang a bass solo on the Wllkcns amateur hour and Miss Husband played the* piano accompaniment. Mr. and Mrs. Johrr"Irwin~of_Dun» bar are visiting friends In NewTYork City. _ * ,, . ,_I Mr. nnd_Mrs,. S T · Benford and daughter, Mjss LOJS-, and..Mr» Benford's mother. Mrs. Jerome McCormick, of South'Nlnth street, Greenwood, visited Mrs-McCormick's son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs W. R Jones in Wllkinsburg Sunday Mrs Benford returned today and Mrs McCormick" remained to visi for a month Sara ElizabetrTKooser, daughter ol Mr and Mrs. W. R. Kooser of the Springfield jpike, ^returned to Chicago Sunday otter spending the holidays at~hcr home. ~ Mrs. Margaret Woodward of Am- bndgc spent New Year's wcck-cnc with her uncle and aunt, Mr. an Mrs Harry -T. Grassland of South Eighth street. Greenwood. Hev. anc Mrs. T. M. Gladden of Bakcrstown and Mr _and Mrs. Harry Twist and son. Harry, Jr., Rev. and Mrs. James W. Gladden of Rogcrsville were guests of Mr. and Mrs Grassland last Thursday. Miss Ruth Kingley, vrtio spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Leon M. Kingley of East Craw^ ford avenue, returned to Pittsburgh this morning to resume her studies a Margaret Morrison School of Carnegie Institute of Technology. Miss Alice Bums of Moncsscn is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs Charles Thorpe of-South Connells- vlllo Mr. and Mrs T. O Mctcalf and daughters. Misses Pauline, and Betty of South Connellsvllle, were callcc to Marietta, Ohio, by the serious, ill ness of Mr. Metcalf's sister-in-law Mrs. H. D. Metcalf Mr. Metcalf nn daughter. Miss Betty, arrived homi last Tuesday and Mrs. Metcalf am d.-HiBhter, Miss Pauline, returned Saturday. Misses Cencvievc and Dorothy Sherrick have resumed their itudlc at Temple Umvcrsit}, Philadelphia Aunt Met By ROBERT QUILLEN -' It ain't always "true about a child brlngin' a man and wife closer together Bill and Jennie arc as far apart as ever and they've got- ten now.""-- fter spending the holidays at their ome in East Fairvievv avenue Their ister, Miss Edith, has returned to Drake University, DcsMomcs, la , vhere she is a student. The Misses shemck are daughters of Dr and lrs Earl C Sherrlck of East Fair- dew avenue. Mr and Mrs Ray Pylc and little son, Jimmy, of Centervillc spent over the New Year week-end at the of Mrs Pylc's mother, Mrs Eftle Kooser, of Porter avenue Miss Helen Henry of Porter av enue pent ovci the week-end with her mother, Mrs Alice Henry of rvun. Jack Poitcr left Sunday for Exeter, N H , to resume his classes nt the Phillips Exttcr Academy after spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs J Donald Porter, of Wills roud Mr and Mrs. H D -olsennng and little son Dick, of Chicago, who were guests of the Sorters over the holidays, have rc- .urncd to their home Mrs Leiscn- nng is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Portei v Mr and Mrs W E Welling and children, Donald, Robert and Sara Jams, have returned to their home in Harlan, Ky, after spending the Christmas vacation with Mr. Wcll- ng's parents, Mr. and Mrs J. ) E Veiling, of East Murphy avenue : iarry Murphy of Republic returned lome today after a visit with hit, uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Welling Leroy Lane, a student at Gupon- Joncs Embalming School at Nashville, Tcnn, has returned to his studies after spending 1 v e Christmas Holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Lane of Broac Ford. Mr and Mrs Earl Clawson and children, Catherine" and Robert, cl Grindstone, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs Florence O'ilara and MVs. Helen Conner of East Park addition. Mr. Clawson Is a brother of Mrs. O Kara and Mrs. Conner. Mrs. C. D. Hughes of Washington D. C , visited relatives here over the week-end Mrs. Hughes is a cousin of Mrs. J. F. May of East Washington avenue, Mrs. Otto Stickel of East Cedar avenue and Mrs. Vera Long of Race street Howard Weisgerbcr, Jr , has been discharged from Connelsville v Statc Hospital where he underwent an emergency appendicitis operation two week ago Miss Mary Louise Coll has resumed her studies at Scion Hill College, Greensburg, after spending the holidays at her home in West Apple street. Miss Coll is a daughter of Mrs. H. J. Coll Kathleen Bakci was admitted to the Conncllsville State Hospital tins afternoon to undergo an appendicitis operaton. Mabel Louise Smith, daughter o; Mr. and Mrs. Bcla B. Smith of Green street, returned to Elmira College where sl\e is a first year student. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Coldsmith ol Mount Pleasant were visitors at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Joseph W. McKenna, of Cottage ave- Isabella Beyer, David R. Cramer Die at Meyersdaie I MLYEHSDALE, J,m 3 --David R Cinmci, one of the bcs,t known icsi- I dents of Meycisdalc, died Fndny I morning m the Wciga) Hospital, where he had been a patient foi the past lv.o weeks following .in opera- ion foi ulccis in the stormch Mr. -lamer located in Meycisdilc a num- r of ycais nso and w ib in the diay- pgo business a former teacher and policeman He was. elected to the cilice of High Constable, serving a number of terms, up until the time of his death He was 74 years old nd is survived by his wife Mil, Alice Vought Cramei, one son, Samuel D Cramer, one daughter, Mis A. L McDamcl, and live grandchildren all of Meyersdalc. and one sister, Mrs. L-iwrencc Hall. Kmg- Aood, Pa The funeral was held his afternoon at .iis late residence on Meyers avenue with Rev. C E icis of Cleveland, O , a close friend of the family, assisted by Rev. O A -orenz of the Mam Street Brethren Church, conducting the -ervices In- cimcnt followed in the Union Cemetery. Mrs Isabella Boycr, 84, widow of ohn Bojer, died \t her home in Summit Mills ncir Meyersdaie, Thuis- day evening aftci an Illness of several months Surviving arc two children, John Boycr of Berlin and Lulu Boycr, nt home The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at the ummit Mills Brethren Church Rev O. A Lorcnz, pastor of the Mcy- crsdalc Brethren Church, officiated Burial followed in the Lichty Ccme- Grim Reaper nue- orT Ecvc. Misses" Eugenia M , and Carolyn Dick and Miss- Virginia Davidson will leave this evening for New London, Conn , whore they arc enrollct at Connecticut Colelge for Women They spent thc_ holidays at their re- tery Calvm J Rhoadcs, 58 ycirs old. died Friday morning at his borne in St Paul, Pa He VMS a son nt the lite Frederick and Jcannctte Rhoades of Bedford He is survived by his wife, Mrs Mar} Bcal Khoadcs, four sons, Clarence, Hubert, Ray, of Canton, O, and Glen ut home two daughters, Mrs Fred King of Cinton, O. and Mii.3 Mao at home, ind the following brothers and sister. Ralph of Mcycrtdile, J G of Pitts- buigh, John of Tucdcni and Mrs Charles McCullough of Be n cr, Pn The funeral vvns held Sunday at St Paul Reformed Church with his, pas- lor. Rev. L N. Wilson, officiating, assisted by Rev. C. L Bash of Jrost- l?urg, Md Interment UTS made in the Church Cemetery JOHN B MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan 3 -- ohn B. Pfoutz, age 54 years, nine months and 13 days, died suddenly iursday night of a heart attack in is home at Hunker He was a mill- vright by trade and had resided in vicinity of Hunker all his life. It was a member of St Matthews ^uthtran Church. Surviving is wife, Mis Jessie Pfoutz, are three nughtcis, Mrs Lawrence Greenwait, Hunker, Misses Evelyn and Eleanor at homi., and these brothers nd sistci Edwin Prout?, Hunker, Irs Robcit Smsle, Belle Vernon, Villiam Pfoutr Turr and Owen 'foutz, Youngwood The funeral service was held Sun- ly afternoon in St Matthews Church with Rev Philip Scibcrling n charge Interment was made m fount Lebanon Ccmctcr}, Tarr. Ml« Emma Dearth Dies. Miss Emma D Dearth, daughter of the late George G. and Ruth Moore Dearth, died Friday at her home near New Salem, where she had spent her entire life. She Is survived by two brothers, Aaron Dearth of Dunbar and Lacy E Dearth of German township. World War Veteran Dies Following illness with a complication of disciscs, Clarence Leo Cl.iw- son, 49 years old, died Saturday at his home at Smithflcld Kc was u veteran of the World War. spcctivo homes Miss Dorothj Rcshenbcrs returned home Friday evening hiving visile, with her aunt, Mrs William Scharf of East Liverpool, Ohio Miss Mary Glover returned to hrr home in East Apple street Sunday having spent a week's vacation at her home in St. Marys Mrs E B Guie and son, Robert, of Dunbar, accompanied Mrs Guic's son, Edwin and James Gilmorc, also of Dunbar, to Pittsburgh Sunda; from which city they left by tram for Mount Union Colclgc, at Alliance Ohio. Joseph Posncr of Mount Plcasan Is replacing his brother, Robert, a Posnor's Jewelry Store m North Pittsburg street for a few weeks. Miss Lily an Mcrvis of West Green street spent the week-end in Pitts burgh. Miss Sarajanct Miller, daughter o Dr and Mrs B T Miller of Eas Green street, returned to Barnard College for Women, New York City today Mrs Frank Widmcr and son, Don aid, of Witter avenue spent the week end with Mrs Widmcr's husband, a patient at Mercy Hospital in Pitts burgh Mr and Mrs J. L Rowan of Witter avenue visited Mr. Widme Saturday John D Frisbce is able to be abou agan after being laid up nearly twc weeks from a leg infection suffcrci by a fall TODAY and TOMORROW · "Cmon, you wmd- iammers...up'on dock! Even the sea ain't gonto oulblow me, by heck . and get away with it! MARTHA RAYE · SHIRIEY ROSS ROBERT CUMM1NGS · LOUIS DaPRON MONROE OWSIET · «c MRS. NANNIE BELL SCOTTDALE. Jan 3--Mrs Nan- 10 Bell, 72 yc.irs old, wife of Flank Bell died at 3.10 o'clock this loinmg at hei home at Cross Roads he had been a resident of the com- lunity foi 53 years Mis Bell was a daushte* of the ate James and Lucattha King Leich- ghtei of NormalviUc. She was tarried August 25, 1835, and was a lembei of the United Brethren 'hurch at NormaUillc In addition to Her husband she is uivivcd by the following children James L , of Connellsville, Mrs uth Richcy of ScoUdale, Louis E., f Pittsburgh, Chhiles H , and Mis ohn Darrell of Uniontown, and rank, at home There are also eight randchildrcn surviving The funeral service will be held t 2 30 o clock Wednesday afteinoon t the home Interment will be in icottdale Cemetery SIRS. ANNA GILLETTI Mrs Anm Gilletli, 35 yea's old, wife of Antonio GlUetti, died at her home at ICO Nor*h Eleventh street. Vest Side, jt 2 50 A. M. Saturday Surviving arc her husband and five :hildrcn Marie, Vincent, Margaret, 'ulia nnd Elizabeth, all at home, her atlicr and mother, Mr. and Mrs crmano Yanicllao of Connellsvllle, and the following brothers and risers. Kick, Samuel, Dommlck und 'amcs Yanicllo, Mrs. Tony Car- xmara and Mrs. Albert Orbin- of Conncllsville The funeral will b« held Tuesday, with a prayer at home at 8 30 o'clock and solemn high mass at St RiLi's Church at ft o clock, Hcv. Henry Dc- Vivo. celebrant. Bunal will be in St. Ilia's Cemetery CHARLES N. JOHNS Charles N. Johns, colored, 51 years old, died at the home of a sister at 3cidmorc Saturday cicnine at 1 30. : Ie Is survived by one brother, B. I. Johns of Uniontown, one sister and a 3rothcr-ln-Hw. Mr and Mrs. C W. ilicks of Rcidmorc, and two mccc-;, faulinc nnd Catherine Daniels of Pittsburgh. The funeral service will be held at the Hicks home at 2 30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon with Hev L ff. Colvin officiating. Interment will be at Uniontown. Later Message Will Deal With'Problem Of Employer Relief Continued from Pa(,e One within the figure of current government expenditures in aid of agriculture " Mr Roosevelt reasserted his ip- proval of proposed changes, in tax laws but laid down three essential: to be consldcied in icvtsion o£ the present statutes "Three things should be Kept in mind,' he said First the total sum to be deiivcdjby the Federal Tieis- ury must not be decreased as a icsult of any .changes in schedules Second, abuses by individuals or corpoiations designed to escape tax-paying by Ubing vauous methods of doing business, corporate and othciwisc-- abuses which we have sought, with great success, to end--must not be icstored Third, we should rightly change certain provisions where they are proven to work definite hardship, especially on the small business men of the Nation "But speculative income should not be favored ovei earned income " Speaking of his attitude tov. ;ird the Nation s business at, whole Mr. Roosevelt dccl.ucd »'*The ovei- whclming majotity of business men and binl eii intend to be good citizens Onl a sm ill minority' have displayed pool cituenship by engaging in practices which are dishonest or definitely haimful to society Thib statement is straightfoiward and true £»o pel ·'On in any responsible place in the government of the United States has ever taken any position conti ary to it" Mr Roosevelt declaicd that when attention V.TS cillcd to specific misuses of eipital there Ins been a dc- jbcrate purpose on the part of the condemned minouty to distoit the ciiticlsm into an attack on nil capital "That is a wilful deception but It docs not long deceive " Practices which the President declared criticism was intended to be directed at specifically were listed as illows Tax avoidance, through corporate OTHO MINOR BOUGIINKR UN1ONTOWN, Jan. 3--For years one of Unlontown's prominent and influential citizens and a descendant of a Colonial family dating buck to 1630, Otho Minor Boughner, 81 years old, died this morning at 4 37 o'clock at his- home Mi. Boughner hod been ill for some time. Uc had been bedfast for more than a month and had undergone treatment at the Unlontown Hospital He was a son of William -and Loulsla Minor Boughner and was sorn December 8, 1856, at Greensboro. The family moved to Uniontown in 1905 .md since then had resided here The Boughner family established the first pottery in Green county and for four generations was connected with that m- duitr) In 1920 Mrs Alice Gray Boughner, his wife, died Surviving are three children, Ethel, Olive and Robinson, and one sister the last surviving member of the familj, Miss Edith L Boughner of Greens boro MRS. MARIAN.NA DONATO Mrs M irnnna Domlo, i 42 years old died Saturdiy afternoon nt her home nt 105 Pulaski street after a lingering illness Mrs Donato, « native of Italy where she was born October 2, 1895, Is survived by her hubbnd, Vincenl Donato, a tailor of North Pittaburg street and a widely known musician, and six children The funeral will be held Wcdncs- di morning with requiem high masi 9 o'clock at St. Rita's Church, Rev Fithcr Henry DcVivo, pastor, will ofTiemtc Interment wai be made in St Rita Cemetery MRS AUGUSTA WEIRS Mrs Augusta Weirs of Wallytown, died it Fnck Memorial Hospital Saturday evening nt 7 10 o'clock, following an operation that she had undergone on Saturday morning. J. R Secsc of Pleasant Unity took charge of the body. FRANK SINN ON ON D Frank D Sinnonond, bookkeeper it G trncr's diiry, Unlontown, died Friday it his home following a week's illness of complications MRS. MARY L. IIUDOCK Mrs Mary L Hudock, 47 years old died Friday at her home at Oliver No. 1 after an illness of heart trouble THE NEW Today · Tomorrow © Wednesday FIRST EXTRAVAGANZA IN TECHNICOLOR You'll b» thrilled by this NEW sort oi comedy-iomonco, ipanglod with, stars and crowded with laughi. W A R N E R JOAN H.l.n VINSON · Mitch. AUER · AUn MOWBRAT. Joiom. COWAN Th* Funotu WALTER WANGER MODELS . R»!«i»i thru ' n* Mat PtotovTaptiJ Chlf la lit* World U N I T E D ARTISTS COMXN'G! TMDKSUAY AM) 3-ReeI Feature Censored by President Roosevelt r other methods Excessive capitalization, im esl- icnt write-ups and stock manipula- on Piice-jriggirg and collusive bidding n deiljincc of the spirit of the anti- ru-t laws " "High-pressure s a l e s m a n s h i p hich creates cycles of ovcrproduc- on within given industries and con- cquent recessions in production un- l such time as the surplus is ion- umcd " Use of patent laws by large cor- orations to withhold from the pub- c scientiOc advances. Unfair competitive practices which ctct against small producers Intimidation of state oi local gov- rnments to prevent enactment of iws to aid labor Shifting of production fiom one eglon to another to lower labor Obti "The enumeration of these abuses," aid Mr Roosevelt, "does not mean iat business as a whole is guiltv of hem The President also called attention a factor cited in recent addicssei y Secretary of Interior Harold L. ekes and Assistant Attorney General Robert Jackson "Another group of problems af- ectlnfi business," he said, "which annot be termed specific abuses, ivcs us food for grave thought bout the future Gencrallj, buch roblems arise out of the conccntia- on of economic control to the detriment of the oody politic--contiol of ther people's money, other people's abor, other people's lives "The ownership of vast propeities r the organization of thousands ot orkers creates a heavy obligation f public service The power should ot be sought or sanctioned unless ic responsibility \ell" is accepted as Mrs. George Gregg Greensburg P, M. WASHINGTON, Jan 3 -- The PostoHlcc Department Friday an- lounced the appointment of Mrs Icorge Gregg as ncUng postmastex t Greensburg, Pa PARK WRITES FINISH INMONAGHANCASE; ' NOL PROS GRANTED Continued from Page One Maxcyj aftei beiving more than halt of his sentence As Park presented the petition to Judge Rowan, he said "We have gone into this matter very carefully and have come to the conclusion that the Commonwealth can expect nothing but acquittal in view of the previous iccord in the case " Judge Ro\van took the papers and turned to Attorney John Duggan. _,' Jr,/chief defense counsel "I don't s suppose,' Judge Rowand laughingly inquired, "the defense wishes ^to enter any exception to this order." Duggan stepped to the bar and with tears m his cyeb, said 'I don't believe so. On behalf of the defendants, I want to say we keenly appreciate the treatment accorded by District At- · tomcy Parks, his assistants and i\ court attaches. "They came in as strangers, but they were accorded absolutely fan treatment. Your honor has not the privilege of knowmc these dcfcnd- ·uits ' "They arc the leading citizcni of Fayettc county The people of Fay- cttc" county never lost confidence In any of these people So I n«am wish to express my thanks to the court" Then Judge Rownnd signed the two orders, placing the costs on Fayettc county One paragraph of Park's petition stated After considciation of the verdicts rendered against the defendants and a review of the testimony produced at the various trials together with other addition il evidence submitted to your petitioner, (Park) your petitioner is of the opinion he would not be justified in bringing to trial the defendants in the indictment. That each of the tuals heretofore held has consumed a large amount of time of the courts, and had been conducted at a great expense to Fayct*e county, that your petitioner further believes, in view of the results in the cases heretofore tried, and the evidence in ' his possession, that further trials ' « ould result in v erdicts of not guilty, and that therefore the Commonwealth is not justified m proceeding · with further tuals" Patronize Home Merchants Vho advertise in The Dally Courier. Baud Rehearsal Tuesday The American Legion Band of Vanderbilt will rehearse Tuesday evening at 7 30 o'clock at the band FRIENDSHrP If it is ever necessary for you lo assist a fnend in making funeral arrangements, you will do it willingly. Assure yourself of competent scmcc at reasoiable price* --call upon us at any time. JFCXERAt DIRECXOES 1J5 Xorth QaUdtki Avenue, TJnlonfxiwn, Pa. Phono, TJniouUnvn 246. Jfo Extra Charge tor Onr Sorrices in Your Community 1 Under Direction ot A. Jfotopbulos Theatres. TODAY and TOMORROW THEIR LOVE IS ... and tlilh time tieusr A / - 4 i . i r tlicy menn Jt with NEWS AGAIN! nil their hearts,! Stuart Em in, Claire Tre\Talbot, .T. Ethvnrd Brombcrg --Added-"SUNDAY NIGHT AT TROCADERO" Sec How the Hollvivood Stars Spend an Evening in Tliis Famous "ifc'Jit hpot. 1Vt:i)ESI)Ay AM) THURSDAY Jane Withers and Thomas Beck --In--

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