The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on November 24, 1939 · 9
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THE! BOSTON GLOBE FRIDAY; NOVEMBER 24. 1939 Tut. " .. Santason Parade Thursday, Nov. 30, to Be Biggest Ever Following announcement that the jjUi edition cf the annual Santason parade would be held at II a. m. Thanksgiving Day. starting from the Charles River Basin on the Esplanade Vd continuing along downtown streets to Jordan Marsh Company, store cfficials said new and novel features would be seen this year. Work already is under way to -eld the . tractions into coordinated units so that the parade will be held without a single hitch to mar the enjoyment of the million or more New England children who will make next Thursday, Nov. 30, their day. The 1939 parade will be the largest ever, a ; ever-to-be-forgotten spectacle. In place of the usual four divisions there will be a grand total of six divisions with more balloons, clowns and feature acts being interspersed throughout the .ne of march. With the increase to six full divisions, this represents a parade University Fools Hens Into Laying KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 24 (AP) Weather note: Winter seems to have skipped entirely the poultry house at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Paul W. Allen, bacteriology professor, disclosed an experiment in which hens were fed succulent green vegetables "to fool them into thinking Spring has come." The hens fell for it, put off their customary Winter strike against egg-laying. Dr. Allen said they produced 50 percent more eggs than birds on normal rations. one-half again as long as that of last year, which was considered by the million persons -ho attended it to be the largest of all Santason receptions. The 1938 parade took more than one hour and 30 minutes to pass a given point, while this year's edition will be a two-hour show. Compartments Compartments Compartments Compartment x xx A Steelmaster's FILE-A-WAY IS For Kitchen Gadgets, Sewing Supplies, Desk Supplies, Budget Cash Box, Screws and Nails " D Lifelong construction of pressed metal hard-baked enamel finish difficult to scratch or mar. H Colors Blue, Olive Green, Light Green. STATIONERY STREET FLOOR ANNEX I f MAIL ORDER Jordan Marsh Co., Boston, Mass. Please send me file-a-ways of $1.00 listed below. (44) Quantity Color NAME. STREET CITY CASH ' CHfi. STATE . .C.O.D. Order by Mail or Call HUBbard 2700 Until 10 P. M. Charlotte Wynters andMacLane Reveal Marriage HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 24 (AP) Barton Mac Lane, screen "heavy," and Charlotte Wynters, stage and film CHARLOTTE WYNTERS actress, disclosed today their Thanksgiving eve marriage. They were wed Wednesday night at the Beverly Hills home of actress Rosalind Russell. . Miss Wynters, former wife of Charles Schall of New York, is a native of Wheeling, W.-Va., and a former Columbus, O., resident McLane was born at Columbia, S. C. He is a graduate of Wesleyan University of Middletown, Conn. Aristos Club Dance to Aid Scholarship Fund The Aristos Club's annual Thanksgiving eve dance will be held at the Sheraton next Wednesday. The proceeds are to be used for the scholarship fund. The chairmen are Miss Elizabeth Corr, Dorchester; Miss Kathryn Doherty, West Somerville, and Mrs. Edward Murray, Hyde Park. Assisting are the Misses Frances Carey, Gertrude Brown, Mary Scan-nell, Frances O'Donnell, Marion Mc-Dermott, Kathryn Crane, Bertha McGinty, Sally O'Connell, Mary Shea, Gertrude McManus, Mary Car-mody, Winifred Walsh. Elizabeth Crane, Helen Barry, Kathenne Lee, Alice Landry and many others. Hood Rubber Hearing Set by N. L. R. B., Friday WATERTOWN. Nov. 24 Dr. A. Howard Myers, New England representative of the National Labor Relations Board, today set next Friday as the date for a hearing on which of two rival unions should be designated as bargaining agent for employees of the Hood Rubber Company here, subsidiary of the B. F. Goodrich Company, Akron, O. The two unions seeking to represent the workers are the Rubber Workers' Federal Labor Union, A. F. of L. affiliate, and the United Rubber Workers of America, C. I. O. affiliate. The C. I. O. union, in addition, has asked to be named the representative for the Goodrich Company and all its subsidiaries. Young Men's Clothes Are Habit Forming The clothes a lad first dresses in should bear certain marks of quality. Especially his holiday clothes: they should be graceful and put him at ease. These are his first dress clothes. Let him grow up in the proper clothes from The Prep Shop Third Floor Store For Men. Blue Suits and Tuxedos Campus Togs Blue Suits Single, double breasted, e 2 long trousers...... $27.50 Campus Togs Tuxedos Double breasted, 33 to 38 $25 2-Trouser Blue Suits Sizes 12 to 18 $22.50 and $27.50 2 Knicker Blue Suits Sizes 9 to 16. ... -. . - $14.95 Official Boy Scout Headquarter Boys' Knitted Shirts fit -Zjzl'A i j s 1.15 - ' "Sri - t I V V Cotton jersey shirts with contrasting ' stripes on navy, maroon or brown. Slide fastener front. Sizes 8 to 18 years. Boys1' Cotton Jersey Sweaters Handsome stripes in pullover s t y I e. "Donmoor," v sizes 6 to 12 years. $1.15 Boys' Flannelette Pajamas Two-piece middy style in . stripes and checks. 8 to 18 $1.15 BOrS rCBMSHINGS TH1RO LOOR STORE fOK. MF-N Mafl and Phone Orders FIHed Call HUBbard 2700 Until 10 P. tfl. I People Like to Laugh More Than Ever, Says Comedian CHICAGO, Nov. 24 (AP) Victor Moore, who soon will celebrate his 64th birthday anniversary and his 50th year in the theatre, opines that the American people are more laugh-hungry now than they have ever been in his hall-century as a top-flight comedian. "Especially the kids. he said In an interview today, "they are jazz and screwball crazy. They want to laugh and are not much concerned about what they are laughing at But the older folks are pretty much the same way; a lot of them seem to be liking more kinds of humor. "Psychoanalysts and psychologists have got very profound over this, but it doesn't strike me as especially involved. The world has worked itself into another mess, and human beings are trying to keep their balance by cultivating a sense of humor. That's really about all there is to it"-- Five decades in show business have taught the chief clown of "Leave It to Me," now in Chicago, that "there's nothing new in comedy." "We've . dressed up the old material fit to kill and produced J Jm VICTOR MOORE som pnrppons mnnntincs m tVio I same old ingredients are still there and always will be," he said. Sentence Two on Auto Theft Charge Joseph Capello, 25, of Oak st., and Daniel Mapolino, 23, of Cooper st., both of Boston, were before Judge Charles L. Carr in the Central Municipal Court this morning charged with the larceny of an automobile. The two were arrested on the morning of Nov. 19 following a chase In Watertown, in which patrolman Andrew A. Borden captured them when they allegedly .abandoned the car and tried to escape and he fired three shots after them. They were turned over to Boston police by the Watertown officers. They were charged wth stealing the automobile of Elaine Triggs of Puritan av Dorchester, from Tyler st. on that date. Judge Charles L. Carr sentenced Capello to six months in the House of Correction- and he suspended a four months' sentence to the House of Correction for Mapolino. . . Numbers Story AUGUSTA, Kan. (AP) Mrs. Roy Hanes of Rural Route 3 was born the 9th day of the 9th month in the year 1900. She was married the 9th day of the 9th month in 1919, on her 19th birthday. Her sister was born Aug. 9. Her parents were married June 9. And on her 19th wedding anniversary she and her husband celebrated with 19 guest attending. SIGNED COPIES OF Oonn S'enMers exciting dook "Lost on a Mountain In Maine" MORE now read for a?I who wer disappointed two weeks ago when Donn Fend'er fans exhausted our supp'y In an hour. It's th true story of the courageous Boy Scout who fought the wilderness of Mount Katahdin for nine days, last Sumer ... sound reading for children, intense'y interesting for parems. Illustrated- $1 Autographed copies may be ordered by mall or by calling HUBbard 2700 till 10. street rLoo-A.VNix L UdDEHHTDAlM IDLlAilHlSIHI (ECIDrDnLPlIWir ic IS I ' eft IT'S JORDAN'S for BRIGHT gift ideas for the - 7 ICLYTQCL "ames on your list! ccessorws ?2.15 Last Opportunity for QUALITY r- IMPORTS at this LOW price! KID GLOVES PAIR We took our last shipment out of bond for this Gift Presentation! , So . . . . if you're planning to give gloves, and want the best your budget can afford, come early for these! " Every pair P. K. sewn and beautifully detailed Supple skins hand sewn touches Many different styles Complete sizes 5 to 8 in black, white; or black with white Mail and phone orders filled while quantity lasts! GIOVFS J :; s. " " Mai1 anj phne rders fiiied whi,e y quantity lasts! jr GIOVFS s'. STREET FLOOR Jf Vj MA'N STOBE . X ' 4 ZZriA' tV l'Qj-' rpi a , Simulated Jewels with hinestoncs Prices parading from $1.00 to $40.00 Emerald, Ruby and Sapphire colored stones, or clear white ... their deep colors brought to life with sparkling rhinestones! Luxury loot that will cut a pretty caper on basic dresses. .ft Siiiwo PAIR Usually 79c to l.95 Outstanding Group of. Woo GLOVES and MITTENS Don't overlook these warmth-giving and amazingly priced Gifties! They're Grand! " The brightest group of wool gloves and mittens we could get together . . . including a few Hand-knits. Sorry, they'll sell so quickly we can't fi II Mail or Phone orders ... we know from experience! Sizes and colors . galore tq choose from in the group! GLOVES STBEET FLOOR MAIN SIC. . t . . J Genuine TURQUOISE at its best in lovely COIN SILVER Genuine Turquoise set with clever , detail in coin silver. Necklaces, bracelets and pins in an intriguing array, from tiny dainty types to the heavier striking pieces ... and TURQUOISE is the new and pop- ular accessory color, bound to please the fashion alert ladiesl - Bracelets, Necklaces from 12 to te?C fKob "'50J Pina from $1'50 10 30 MAIN STORE For the Girl that knows her Sports Clothes . . and loves 9 em! CLASSIC Sweaters $onn j i 'i si J hi !:'J ! SWEATERS STREET FLOOR MAIN STORK You can'f make a better choice than this perennial favorltel SHETLAND and WOOL in heavenly colors: Pink, Aqua Blue, . Powder Blue, Fireman Red, Maize, Black, White or Natural Sizes 34 to 40. Except on the Wool Gloves, we'll gladly fill mail or phone orders. Call HUBbard 2700 'til 10 P. M. SSiop fiie World n JsraJaBi FfflllR stores - era - one ir.x ti -. , - f A : ' : i f ' J k rw, A. t m all

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