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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 4,193S. PERSONAL MENTION Karolcik Again , Heads Firemen Mrs. L. B. Shupc of Mount Pleasant has returned home after a visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. George Shupe of East Green street, over the holidays. · Mrs. Shupe was 90 years old last October and is in fairly good health. Oppman's Taxi. Thone 700.--Ad- vertisement--P---'-tf. Sylvester and Mi-s Margaret Robt.1 have returned to Cleveland and An, drew Rossi to Somerset. They spent the holiday sc.ison with their mother, 'Mrs.,Emma Popel, of North Eighth street. Start the new year right with a complete set of new blank books, loose-leaf ledgers and Inventory "sheets. Everything for the office at -Kestner's Book Store, 125." W. Apple · "St.--Advertisement.--30dec-4t. · ~ Mrs. John Gaal and daughter, Phyllis, of Vine street arrived home -Monday from YoungstownJ Ohio, where they spent a week with Mrs. Gaal's brother aha sister-in-law, Mr. "and Mrs. Don E. Gamble."Mr. Gaal spent over-New- Yoar with, -the "Gambles ond accompanied hls'wift" ^-and daughter home. ~ Fur trimmed coats, cleaned and -"pressed,-70c. -Simons-Cash Carry " Cleaners.--Advertisement.--3jan-4t. · - Kenny Marietta and Lawrence De" Ore attended the "Ice Follies of Aunt Het Bv ROBERT QU1LLEN - 1938" at --ning.' Pittsburgh Saturday eve- "Jf I could live in the best hotel in earth, I wouldn't like it., I want to be .where I. can get into the' refrigerator -irr'the middle o' the night without feelln' sneaMn'." ..Gr.im. Reaper Due to owner's illness Kny's Beauty ~- Shop- Is being temporarily managed ~ · by Mrs. Thos. Ashc, formerly Ethel * Sweeney.--Advertisement --4jan-2t, ~~ Herman Marcus and daughter, ,-" Alice, of Cleveland, Ohio, spent the ^ 'week-end with Mr. Marcus 1 brothcr- * Mri-law and sister, Mrs. and Mrs. E. ·' Mcrvis m West Green street. *,, "S00"-ond bingo Wed., Jan. 5th, "-Odd Fellows Temple, 25c.--Advcr- - tlscmcnt.--4jan-lt. .." Mi's Celia Sapolsky., of Pulaski ·-.street spent Thursday In Pittsburgh. ""' Harold Davis of East Green street '.'returned to Carnegie Institute of - Technology, Pittsburgh, Sunday hav- . "Ing spent the holidays with his par", cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis, of East Green street. ! Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Tcdrow returned to their home Monday having .spent the New Year holidays with -' friends - and relatives at, Warren, ' -Ohio. ,: Fred J. Funarl, Jr., and J. Edward Enany have returned to Philadelphia where they will resume their studies " at the University of Pennsylvania. They spent the holiday season at their respective homes. Sammy McCoy, five-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. McCoy of East Crawford avenue, has fully recovered from scarlet fever. Miss Virginia B. Miner of East Green street, a junior at Wilson College for Women at Chambersbure, returned today after spending the Christmas vacation with her parents, MRS. ELIZABETH THOMPSON SCOTTDALE, Jan. 4.--Mis. Elizabeth 'Jarrett Thompson, 03 years old of Wilkinsburg, a former resident of Scotldalc, died suddenly Sunday night of u heart attack at the residence of n friend, Mrs. Robert Eckley of Homestead, formerly of Scottdale, with whom she was visiting, in company with another sister, Mrs Annie Ecklcy, also of Wilkinsburg. Mrs. Thompson wos born in Scottdale, a daughter of John I. and Harriet E. Jarrelt, both dead. She livcc here until timo of her marriage Surviving are a son and threi daughters, Harold, who made his Home with the mother; Mrs. Samuc Majlstcrclla and Mrs. Walter Vance of Belle Vcrnon and Mrs. Jame. Springer of Brownsville. Brother and sisters are Frank G. Jarrett o Monongahclu, George C. o£ Scott dale, Mrs. William McCaulcy fin Mrs. Anna Eckley of Wilkinsburg Holmes S. of Cleveland, and Hnrr; of Scottdale. She was a member o the Methodist Episcopal Church. The funeral service will be hclc Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock a the home of her daughter, Mrs Majistcrilla, 10 M.\ln street, Bell Vcrnon. Burial will be in Scoltdal Cemetery about 4 o'clock. Mrs. Ivalyn Tarr Wounded in Side Mrs. Ivalyn Tarr, 35, wife ol Alex arr, of Dickorson Run, was admlt- ed to Connellsville State Hospital arly this morning for treatment of shotgun wound in the left side, me pellets having entered her neck. Mrs. Tarr, who has been in poor calth lor the last four years, Is said y city and county police to hnvo ttemptcd to end her own life. Sh'j sorrowed a shotgun from a neighbor, cstcd it on the floor and pulled the trigger. The main portion o£ the igo imbedded itself in the celling £ her home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Miner. Mrs. James J. Drlscoll and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Walter F. Drlscoll of Sycamore street, and the former's daughters, Mrs. Louis A. ·Harrer and Mrs. Hodgcr W. McNaughton of Mount Pleasant, spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Catt of Brookline, Pittsburgh. Mrs. Catt is another daughter "of Mrs. Driscoll. William Cecil, member of the faculty of the Forest Hills High School, near Wilkinsburg, has resumed teaching after spending the holidays at his home at South Connellsville. Mr. Cecil Is a son of Mrs. J. M. Cecil. Miss Virginia Graham has returned from Bellcvue where she spent over the holidays with her parents, Rev. Dr. and Mrs, D. R. Graham. Mrs. William Ramsey of Akron, Ohio, is the guest of her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Shartzcr, of Sycamore street. Mary Ann Whoric, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Whoric of East Falrvisw avenue, has resumed her attendance at the Cameron school after a four weeks' illness. Lawrence DeOre has returned to his studies at St. Vincent's College at Latrobe after spending the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. DcOrc of 401 East Green street. Lawrence has been made a member of St. Vincent's Glee Club and also of the college orchestra. _ _ Miss Loreen Purbaugh of Vine street and Miss Margaret Shupc of East Green street have returned from a delightful vacation trip to New York City. Guests over the Christmas holidays at the home of Rev. and Mrs. C. George Shupe in Green street wore Mrs. Howard Powell and daughter, Miss Margaret Jean, of Meadville. Miss Powell is a former college friend of Miss Margaret Shupc. Miss Peggy N. Spear; who spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hall Spear of Angle street, left Monday nigbt for Baltimore where she fa a student nurse at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rogers and daughter, Dolores, and son, William, and Mrs. William Guth and son, Robert, of Dickerson Run spent Christmas week with Mrs. G, A. Mosby and family and Charles Kcberly of Richmond, Va. --· · " Mrs. L. H. Tulwiler and " son, Larry, of Wilkinsburg and Mrs. Mel- MRS. ELLA M. UERNLEY SCOTTDALE, Jan. 4.--Mrs. Ell M. Hcrnley, who would have bee 79 years old next month, died sud denly following a heart nttnck a 3:30 o'clock Monday afternoon at he home in Walnut avenue. Althougt she had not been well for scvcra days, she attended church twice o Sunday. She is survived by her hus band, J. B. Hcrnloy; one daughtc Mrs. Barbara Paul, of Scottdal seven sons, Henry, Ivan, Elam an Mclvin, all of Scottdale; Loyd, o Alverton; Christ, of Montgomery W. Va.; Albert, of Ephrata, Pa.; J grandchildren and three great-grand children. Elnm and Loyd Hcrnle arc employes of the Tribune Revle% Publishing Company. Also surviving are two brother and two sisters: C. B. Risscr an Elam H. Risser, both of Lititz; Mr Maggie Buchcr, of Ephrata, and Mi Annie Lcamon, of Lititz. The funeral service will be hel at 2:30 o'clock Thursday aftcrnoo from the Mcnnonite Church charge of the home ministers. In terment will be made in Scottda: Cemetery Wife Preservers DOROTHY LEE DETWILEU Dorothy Lee Detwiler, two yea and three months old, daughter c Ray-and Grace Whipkey Detwilc died at 4:30 o'clock Monday afte noon at the parental home at Ea End of bronchial pneumonia complications. She is survived her parents and the following si tcrs: Helen Ruth, Mara Louise nn Lcora. She was a granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. Victor- Detwiler Murphy Siding and Mr. and Mr Budson Whipkey of Ursina. The funeral service will be he Wednesday afternoon nt 2:30 o'cloc at the home with Rev. Elmer / Schultz officiating, assisted by Re William J. Rltchey of-East End. In vln: of Pittsburgh; visited Mr Tutwilcr's brother and sistcr-in-lav Mr. and Mrs. W. Howard Dean, Sycamore street New Year's Day. At Perryopolis County Commissioner Michitel K ( ir- cik li;ib bum icelcctcd chief of the wry Township Volunteer Fuc Dc- irlment, an ollke lie h;is held iincc ·goni/.\tion of the company. John M. Palonclci was atiam r-umcci :esidcnt of tlie fncmeiiX ullcf ;is- jcution and albo the lust hononirv licr. Other ollkeis eleclcd are: Edward Wcbtfoll. sicictnry; O. P. ore, ticasurcr, and Willlnm B.iker, eriy R. StucK and Prank Frcscuru, bsistanl chiefs,. Diet and Other Factors In the Causes of Colds Week of Prayer Services Draw Veteran Fireman Dies. GREENSBURG, Jan. 4.--Wlllinm I. Blank, 7G, for 44 jciiri a member if the fn c department, dk'd. He had ervcd two years as (Ire chief, three crms as assistant and was a member of the Pennsylvania, Western 'cnnsylvanlu a n d Westmoreland County associations V. S. Ship to Australia. CANBERRA, Jan. 4.--The U. S. : ovcrnment has notified the Commonwealth that it will be rcpro- .cntcd at the festivities which begin n January in honor of Australia's SOth anniversary by the U. S. S. jQUlSVlllc. Minister's Widow Dies. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. ·).-- Mrs. Mary E. Becgly Merrill, 79, widow of Rev. David M. Merrill, died at Lonaconinc, Md. Mrs. Claia ample of Mount Pleasant and Mrs. Anna Kelly of Mason ton n arc among the surviving children. Latrobc Man Dlci. LATROBE, J:m. 4--Somu"! T. Shaw, 70, superintendent c: the Peoples Natural Gas Company lit tlie Latrobe office for 28 years prior to :ils retirement In 1933, died Sunday morning at his home here. torment will be in Mount Olive Cemetery In charge of Funeral Director Clyde U. Brooks ol Indian Head. By LOGAN CLENDENINQ, M. D. ONE PRIMARY fact about the common cold U that it occurs with most frequency In the winter time. You can't get away from ths fact that cold brings on colds. For that reason. It Is difficult to be- llcve tho advocates of a certain diet to prevent c o l d s . E v e r y year I hear from people who have a po?ltlvo prevention for colds, and It consists m o s t In- Btancen in cat- Dr. Clendcnlns: Ing p 1 o n t y of fruits. In fact, 'In forcing fruits. Now It la logical to assume that if a person is on tho same diet the jycar around there must be another "factor. Why, on tho samo diet, arc !we likely to catch cold only In wln- W? I am not trying to mako an sr- gt)ment against eating plenty of fruit. Tho fnllta certainly constitute a great deal to tho health clc- 'ments in the diet. But the theory that they chang« thg reaction of tho body and mako it less susceptible to cold Is not proved. Tho theory that fruits cause an alkaline reaction, which Is contrary to the add condition of tho body with a cold, is not substantiated by the re- ncarch work on the subject If the 'body Inclines either way when it has a cold, It incllnei towards alkalinity rather than acidity. M.ore reasonable than the mig- gcsUon that fruit overcomes acidity, Is that It fumMiei the body with vitamins. Vitamin £ has some power to protect against Infection and IB present In most fruits. More especially an anti-in- fectlvo vitamin, however, i» Vitamin A. It has been suggested definitely as valuable as a preventive against colds. It Is found in butter, cheese, carrots, spinach and tomatoes, or can bo obtained in concentrated form from the druggist. Proper ventilation In American homes, offices, stores, factories and movio houses la more Important than diet In picvcntlng colds. Germ. Causes Cold* These factors arc, howovcr, only contributory to catching cold. Tho primary cause of the common cold Is a germ, one of tlie family known as tho flitcrablo viruses. It has been Isolated and cultured outsldo the body by Dr. A. R. Dochcz of Now York, and sprays of this culture in v thc nose result in an actual attack of a cold. Dr. Dochcz writes mo, however, that the report that a successful vaccine Imd been prepared was untrue. Wo have as yet no true vaccine as a preventive of tho common cold. The fact that a spray of the virus In tho noso will cause an attack proves that colds are contagious. Tliey arc probably contagious only In tlie very earliest stage. After the virus lias entered tho nose tissue, this becomes sensitive, and any number of germs appear causing tho later stages ot pus and mucous discharge, expectoration, etc. In this later stage a cold Is probably not contagious at all. But In tho first swelled-up-nose, stuffy, sneezing period It la contagious. Therefore, a hot, dry office or moving picture theater, plus a half dozen people In the early stage, mccuin a iood chance for catching it Good Attendance The Week of Prayer services tonight will be held at Reformed, United Brethren and Trinity Lutheran churches. The speakers will be Rev. George Krupp, Rev. J. S. Brownlcc and Rev. A. R. Mansberger. At the Negro churches, services will be held by all three congregations. I The Dunbar congregations will meet at the. Methodist Protestant Church with the Rev. O. G. Cook as the speaker. The theme for meditations will be "Barriers Burned Away." Services wore all well attended at the opening service last night. On Wednesday evening each congregation will hold its own regular prayer service. MRS. A NA L. DUKST MEYERSDAI.E. Jan. 4.--Mrs. Anna Lee Dun.t, 29, wife of William Durst, died Sundny afternoon ot the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. L«c, in Summit township near here. She had been ill about a year. She leaves her hmbnmi, her parents, daughter, Elizabeth Anne, and these brothers and sisters: George and William Lee and Mrs. Margaret Bryan of Summit township, Miss Emma at hom2 and Miss Mary of Harrisburg. The funeral service will be held Wednesday aitornoon at 2 o'cjock at the parental home with Rev. H. J. Hilner, pastor of the Zion Lutheran Church, ofllciating. Interment will be made in Union Cemetery. Cupid Creates Furore; G-Men Called Bui Girl Not Harmed, Only Wed Continued from Paso One. night of waiting while approximately 1,000 city, state and county police searched for his daughter, Bennett was convinced that she faced some danger. Hughes, he said, had viiited Gertrude a number of times in the lust tew months. He added, however, that the boy had not been invited to a New Year's Eve party last Friday night. Bennett's fears were emphasized by entry of G-men Into the case, indicating possible concentration on the earlier theory of kidnaping. Hughes was missing from his stepfather's home, where he and Gertrude visited at 3:05 yesterday afternoon. When they Iclt, Hughet took an extra pair of shoes and a spare suit of clothes and said he would not return for the night. Billic, Gertrude's 19-year-old sister, called her mother in Detioit this morninc and learned that xhc had received no word from the missing girl. Bennett and his first wife arc divorced: MRS. BABBIE W. BYERS MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 4--Mrs. Babbie Whitcnill Bycrs, 84 years old, widow of W. L. Byers, died at 8 o'clock Monday evening at her home in Main street, after a five-week ill- ncsb, \ Mrs. Bycrs wai a member of the Middle Prcibylerian Church. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Mar- gcret Byers Barnhart, at homo. The funeral will be held Wednesday at 2:30 o'clock at the home, with Rev. H. B. Clawson, pastor of Middle Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial will bo in the church cemetery. Someract Native Dead. CONFLUENCE, Jan. 4--John W. Brown, 50, a native of Somcrct county, who was bom and reared here, died at his home in Birmingham, Mich. He moved to Michigan 15 years ago. He leaves his wife, a son, Roland, at home, a brother, Charles, of Irwin. and two sisters, Mrs. Richard Brcig of Meyersdalc and Miss Helen Brown of Confluence. Westmoreland AppraUcr. CREENSBURG, Jan. 4 J. W. Kromcr of United has been named mercantile appraiser for Westmoreland counly, succeeding Harry Miller of Grccnsburg. Mr. Kromcr had served as assistant to Jarnes Moorhead of West Newton sometime ago Letters Granted. GREENSBURG, Jan. 4.--Letters of administration on the estate o, Stephen Frankovich, late of Mount Pleasant township, were granted to John Frankovich. The personal estate is valued at $1,900. A Panay Hero EXHAUSTION HALTS BATTLE FOR TERUEL Continued from Page One. shrieked through the hilly country, turned the roads to slush and Ice, and added to the misery of the mcr in the front lines. They could not have flrcs, because flfes would be targets for artillery. They could got food only haphazardly. And so jammed were the ley roads that reserves, on the way to relieve them were delayed. Trucks cut ruts in the roads only to pile frozen snow higher between the ruts, and make movement almos impossible. Harold -Peters, United Press correspondent at the front will the loyalists, reported that troop were c u t t i n g emergency road through three mountain passes tc relieve congestion. Loyalist authorities at Madrid as sorted that the nationalist driv dwindled late yesterday to one half hearted attack northeast of the city and said that the loyalists had re gained some ground lost in tho firs terrific smash ot the nationalists on their lines. The Madrid dispatches said tha loyalists admitted that it was to early to gauge the result of th nationalist attack insofar as it wa designed to retake Teruel. But was added that as regards any cffor to make the attack a gigantic often slvc, the nationalists seemed, loyalist minds, to have failed. Quartermaster John Lang* at tho gunboat Punay, which wa» bombed and aunk by Japanese airmen, U ahown nbovo, his arm ghattored by a bomb fragment, going down the ladder of tho ntrlckea vessel after orders were given to abandon ship. This picture waa taken by Erie Maycll for Fox Movietone and Nown of tho Day. NEW CARNEGIE STEEL HEAD. OPTIMTIC COTTAGE PRAYER MEETINGS HELD AT MOUNT OLIVE Cottnge prayer meetings arc being held this week by the Mount Olive United Brethren Church at homes In the vicinity. Rev. William J. Ritchcy, pastor, and the* class leader. Miss Lulu Long-mocker, arc in charge. The meetings open at 7:30 o'clock. Tho service tonight will be held at the church, Wednesday evening at the home ot Smith Etling; Tnursday evening at the homo of Miss Sue Means at Pennsville, Friday evening at the home of J. E. Mcdsgcr, and Saturday evening at the dome of Wilham Henry. By United Prwi. PITTSBURGH, Jan. 4.--John Perry today took over his new job n president of the Carnegic-Illino Steel Corporation, with an optimist! faith in the country but admitting th present "hand-to-mouth" policy consumers In buying steel may con tlnuc for some time. The tall, white-haired forme president o£ Tennessee Coal, Iron an Railroad Company, another Unito States Steel Corporation, called newspapermen to say "howdy" yes terday as he spent his first day a president of Carnegie-Illinois. "This country should always doing business," he aaid in reply queries concerning the present e« nomlc recession and the possibility improved business. While believing that the presen hand to mouth policy of buying stc may continue for sometime, he ex pressed the opinion that actual con sumption of steel was on about a even rate. Mrs. F. W. nlveis III. Mis. F. W. Rivers is very ill at her Morrcll avenue home. MONOPOLY INQUIRY OPPOSED Continued from Page One. the desirclof some of the- closest . hlte House advisers for the inquiry. Even befo»c the President's ap- eol for cooperation of business and ivernment'was delivered, it was rc- ortcd that Vicc-Prcsidcnt John ance Garner informed Senator /illiam E. Borah, Republican, Ida., lal the Administration was friendly .ward the bill for Federal licenses r corporations, sponsored by Borah ,_ ' nd Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney, » emocrnt, Vfyo. Garner was understood to have skcd Borah's support in the antirust drive. The Idaho senator made lear that he would support any Icg- ilation toward the anti-monopoly bjectlve, but that he vigorously ep- oses a prolonged investigation. O'Mahoney, too, urged quick ae- on instead of "more talk." In a V adio address on the Federal llccns- ' ng bill, O'Mahoney warned last ight that the alternative to the bill's Ian "is state collectivism in one orm or another." ·Private monopoly can develop only irough the use of the corporation," O'Mahoney said. "And if America will only limit-the exercise of corporate powers, the people of this Country may remain free without ithcr private or public masters." The congressional attack on prob- cms of business while awaiting corn- Action of a tax revision bill included hrce immediate developments: 1. Disclosure by an Adminislra- lon source that the President i» bong urged to have one branch of Congress--probably the House--carry m the anti-monopoly battle by an nciuiry which would be intended to expose evils of the practice that Mr. v toosevclt attributed to a small percentage o£ business. Senate Major- ty Leader Albcn W. Barkley, Democrat, Ky., said after a White House conference that he presumed the promised monopoly recommendations rom the President would be given to a committee for investigation. 2. Opening of an inquiry headed by Senator James F. Byrnes, Demo-1( crat, S. C., into the extent and causes of unemployment which the Federal unemployment census commission reported at possibly 11,000,000. Isador lubin, of the Bureau of Labor Statistics,. Federal Reserve Governor Mar- rlner S. Ecclcs and .other officials were called as first witnesses, to be followed by distinguished business and labor figures. The results may bear heavily on the extent and char-^ acter of Federal relief expenditures. 3. Preliminary planning for further banking legislation--a problem the President said in his message, must be completed. It was learned that sharp difference of opinion developed at a meeting of the head*; of various fiscal agencies to discuss the subject, including the bill sponsored by Senator William G. McAdoo, Democrat, Cal., for abolition of bank holding companies and substitution of a system of branch banking. Ecclcs espoused the branch banking idea which \yas opposed by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatin Chairman Leo T. Crowley, who favored a bill Representative Wright Patman, Democrat, Tex., plans to introduce prohibiting holding company ownership of stock in any bank insured by the FDIC. Some Treasury experts expressed doubt as to the constitutionality of the measure. Twins Born at Hospital. Twin sons were born this momir at Conncllsvilie State Hospital to and Mrs. Albert Bates of Pine s.trce South Connellsville. The first a rived at 3:25 o'clock and the ottii nine minutes later. Movies Throuch Flood. URIAH, Cal., Jan. 4.--"The show must go on" credo now has its application to the movies. At the height of Northern California floods, · and with all regular transportation 4^ facilities down, the proprietor of » " local cinema made a 200-mile Paul Revere ride, but in automobile, to Snn Francisco to get his Sunday film. JcanncUe Becomes City. JEANNETTE, Jan. 4.--Jcannette became a third-class city Monday as John M. O'Conncll was sworn in as mayor, among others. MRS. FLORA COWELL Mrs. Flora Cowcll, 76, widow of C. C. Cowell ond mother of J. D. Cowcll of Biuwnsvillc, died Sunday at Valencia. The funural was to be at her late home at Point Marion this afternoon at 4 o'clock. A. mixture of one part hot vinegar and tiro putts linseed oil win clean and soften leather on furniture. Apply with cloth. Rub leather dry and polish it with another clean, soft cloth. TODAY ONLY ' Hold on lo your sox, folks ..here wo 00'again!" A foratTWunl Pktwra wllh Norths Roy« - Shltliy Ro» Rotort Csmralnji · touii DoPren Manr«* Owd«y . ^.JTS.'i,^ WED.-THUR. George O'Brien WINDJAMMER" ·Hit 11 UONSTAXCI; ivojmi WILLIAM HALL nihuiituro (in the raging sen! --Plus,-THIS SKCOXJ) i h * «lorj*'7n Icaa Guarfor" by TJxotaaf GUt. THE NEW Today and Tomorrow .. * »· It's the Tho Urst sciooa 9aza in Advanced Txh* ni'cofor/AmiUiondollarain stylo creations! And morol WABIRIHEH jnANBENNETL IN TECHNICOLOR COMING! THURSDAY AXD mil)AY 3-Reel Feature Censored by President Roosevelt Under Direction of (A. Ifotopoulos Publix Theatre*) Last Times Today ~Your "Love Is News" stars in their perfect picture together! 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