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The Sun and the Erie County Independent from Hamburg, New York • Page 3

The Sun and the Erie County Independent from Hamburg, New York • Page 3

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AUGUST 17, 1939 HIIIHIIIIIHHMMIMllllllllllim SHOWS OF 1 1 1 1 1 1 SHEA'S HIFFODROMK frantic but futile efforts of a Klrl to deny the Parenthood foundling JZ visited on her form he basla Tihe Otoe Rogers-David Nlven Smedy hit. "Bachelor Mother." that 2tLra successful run ait Shea's Buf-Tv. fanmetit back for a sec- week at Shea's Hippodrome, parting Saturday. Oa the aw program will be erodes For Sale, murder mystery told amid a group of professional Nolans, with Robert Your Flor- Bloe and Henry Hull heading theeeat In "Bachelor Motker Ginger Ro-ferSi discovering an Infant on the VL, an orphanage, la unable to prince the authorities, as well as her own employers, that the baby totft hers. Her handsome boss.

In ket, threatens to dismiss her un-lass'she assumes the responsibility of rearing the child properly. Ludicrous compUoatlona develop jjen her employer's fattier, owner of the department store, grows con-jlneea that the child la bis grand-aon, and tries to persuade his son to marry the girl. This hectic situation produces a gay entertainment is the various characters try to untie the entanglements of the whole affair. "Miracles For Sate." fantastic drama of sinister seers, mysterious magicians and murder, stars Robert rmir niavlna- the role of a ma gician who turns detective to solve two killings among a group of magicians, mind readers and clairvoyants all suspected by the police. He tons magic against the matdo the murderer uses to complicate the crime and a tense dramatic climax affords the solution.

atage illusion such as "Sawing a Woman In Half," the "Headless Woman," and the bullet trick In which Miss Rice catches a fired rifle bullet in her teeth, ghost materializations and other ghostly manifestations form an uncanny background, prank Graven plays the principal comedy role. Minimi" Palace-Theater HAMBURG, N. Y. George J. BleUer, Prop.

ADULTS Me CHIDRKN 10a Friday and Saturday, August 18 and 19 DOUBLE FEATURE GEORGE O'BRIEN In "ARIZONA LEGION" ALSO CHARLES FARM3X and JACQUELINE "FLIGHT TO IfAME" NEWS CARTOONS Sunday and Monday, August 20 and 21 DOUBLE FEATURE "SORORITY HOUSE" with ANNE SHIRLEY and JAMES ELLISON ALSO VICTOR MoLAGLEN and NAN GREY in "EX-CHAMP" FOX NEWS COMEDY Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, August 22, 23 24 DOUBLE FEATURE "FIVE CAME BACK" with CHESTER MORRIS WENDY BARRIE and LUCILLE BALL irr LUPE VELBE aal LEON ERROL in "THE GIRL FROM MEXICO" COMEDY Program gnbjest-t Changs -Without Notice Free IN REAR Or THEATRE THE WEEK 1 1 1 1 1 1 RHEA'S BUFFALO The wizard of Oz," the most unusual motion picture since Walt Disney's "Snow White and' the Seven Dwarfs," starring Judy Qarland, Frank Morgan, jack Healy, Bert Lahr, Billie Burke and a cast of stellar stars. Inaugurates the gate 1939-40 new screen parade of hits at Shea's Buffalo beginning Friday. Ernie Watson, popular maestro of the, Buffalo orchestral ensemble, has arranged an overture especially sulked for the presentation of this screen treat. Popular vocal and instrumental soloists will be featured. "The Wizard of 6b" Is an all-family picture, it wlH delight adults (after all, what are parents but grown up children) equally.

The picture -has all of the charm of Ba urn's delightful book which millions have read. The story Is a faithful reproduction. But the story has an adult-appeal in plot, cleverness in lines, and situations, lilting songs which will delight all from 3 to 103, lyrics which will amuse the youngsters and bring chuckles to the grown-ups. In addition, It has some of the most amazing color sequences and camera magic never before done In color the screen has ever had. If you can figure out how some of those tricks are done, you're a magician, Judy Oarland gives one of the screen's greatest child performances of all times as Dorothy.

Frank Morgan, as the Wizard, was never fun-nw while hU Hn where he irrartta the heart-felt wishes of the princi pals has a heart tug and a philosophy which will never be forgotten. If you think you won't recognize Ray Bolger, as the Scare-Crow, Jack Realy as the Tin Woodman, and Bert Lahr as the Cowardly Lien, youll be mistaken. They are the characters right out of the book but they still have their own personalities. SHEA'S GREAT LAKES "Stanley and Livingstone," te lllng the story of the greatest adventure known to man, and starring Spencer Tracy, twice winner of the Academy award, will inaugurate the 1939-40 new season hit parade in Shea's Great i-aw-. ajyrtjrift HBtiiTriay, Ang- ust 19.

Supporting Tracy are Nancy Kelly, Richard Greene, Walter Bren- nan. Sir Oedric Hard wi eke, Charles Coburn, Henry Hull and Henry Tra- vers. On the same program will be the newest edition of "March of Time," featuring "Metropolis 1939," a thrilling, exciting, revealing story of the greatest show on earth. New York city. A cartoon novelty and Shea's Great Lakes news will round out the bill.

"Find Livingstone." Exactly seventy years ago this October 16th, James Gordon Bennett barked these words at his crack reporter, Henry M. Stanley. It was the most hopeless assignment In all journalism No one but a mad man would brave the terrors of unknown Africa to hunt for a missionary-explorer from whom no word had come to two years. How Stanley found Livingstone, bow the world called the aewspaper-timn "the most colossal liar of his age," and how he later became the mutest hero of his era. Is the story of "Stanley and Livingstone." ttnnnmr Tracv oortraiyB scaiuey, Nancy Kelly, who rose Into the front ranks of movie-town with her role in "Jesse James," and Richard Greene, who in a years time has become one of Hollywood's tap romantic stars, are starred with Tracy.

Another wo-4ime award winner Walter Rrennan heads the outstand ing cast which includes Charles Co-burn and Sir Cedrtc Hardwloke (as uvingsionej. LOST CHILDREN A clearing house for lost children under the supervision of IS young police women nas oeen esiaousneu at the New York world larr. The eaiuest way to keep silver clean is to use it. Sliver will tar. ntsh If it comes to contact with the sulfur In eggs, rubber, many kinds of eloth.

especially white, and In most papers. FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Invalid Coach i .1 1 WI I "'t'DlillillU! I I OLD INDIAN TRAILS TEEM WITH WAR MACHINES Action Sites of French and Indian and Revolutionary War Scenes' of First Army Games The wooded hills about Lake Champlain, where mocaaained Indian scouts slipped along forest trails and bucks klnned frontiersmen and ragged colonials sniped at European soldiers during the French and Indian wars and the Revolution, will be teeming this week with the Jug- army of 53X100 men mobilises for two weeks of realistic war games. The roar of fast armored cars and tanks, quick moves of troops in fast trucks, sudden shifts of rubber tired artillery to new "posKtons" at 40-mlle speed over "the old war path of the nations" win write a new chapter in the inspiring military history of the Adirondack region. In an official memorandum, Lieut General Hugh A. Drum, commander of the First army, called the- attei -tkm of the public to the legendary character of the 480 square -miles west of the northern reaches of Lake Champlain in which the Regular Army, the National Guard and reservists wlU combine for the great est peace-time test of the army, which began Sunday, August 13.

Speaking first of more recent epi sodes In the army's history. General Drum said: "For one thing ft was here that General Leonard Wood. before the World war and against opposition, started the civilian military training camps which have become so Important a part of our de fense system. With the World war raging, General Wood could get no funds in response to his pleas for preparedness. "Many officers who later took prominent parts In the World war received their first military instruction in the early Plattsburg camps which they attended as volunteer cit izens at their own expense.

General Wood was their Inspiration as he Is ours today." The First army, now concentrating at Plattsburg, consists In large measure of citizen soldiers and officers, will move into tents Just vacated by the younger echelons of national de fensethe Reserve Officers Training corps and the Citizens Military Training camps. These tents look out toward the waters of Lake Champlain whore I Benedict Arnold, better known as a traitor rather then as a naval commander, fought a losing battle with the fleet of Sir Guy Carleton. That was in 1776; his valorous fight delayed the British invasion for a year. And on the same waters in the combined land and naval battle and siege of Plattsburg in 1814, Commodore smashed this invading British fleet That was the last naval engagement between Eng lish speaking nations and marked the beginning of an unending peace and friendship. The American soldiers Of today will advance in mock battle over ground linked to names that are landmarks in the pages of our history: Ticonderbga, Crown Point, Ausahle Chasm and Sugar Loaf Mountain, and Generals Ethan Allen, Burgoyne, St.

Clair and Mc-Ooma; and Chief Mohawk. The history of the region goes back to the discovery of Lake Cham plain in 1609 by Samuel de Cham plain. For centuries, the waterway of the Hudson, Lake Champlain, Lake George, Rlchlleu River and the St. Lawrence was a travel artery in a land of no roads and the cause of fighting among the Indians before the settlers came. In the struggle for this continent, armies and nav ies of the French, British and Am ericans warred for this long water line.

In this environment the First Army is mobilizing and making camp, advancing to' the "war" by air, motors, tanks, waterways and foot slogging. The speed and noise of modern warfare will re-echo in sharp contrast to the slow travel and silent struggles of early American days. Over the old "ribbon" paths of trie Indians now broadened into U. 8. highway 9-N and New York route 23 on Monday, poured the: 101st cavalry commanded by Colonel J.

H. Hariett; 102d Quartermaster regiment of Brooklyn commanded by Colonel Foster O. Hetsel; 119th Observation squadron from Newark, commanded by Major Robert Oopsey; 103d Medical regiment from Jamaica, Syracuse and Corning, commanded by Colonel Lucius A. Salisbury; 104th Field Artillery from Syracuse and Jamaica, cotnmanded by Colonel Redmond r. Kermau and Headquarters and Special troops 37th Division from Manhattan and Yonkers, commanded by Major General William N.

Haskell. From Orange, N. win come via Montolair, Sloataburg, Highland Mills, Newburgh and Route 9, the special troops of the 44th division, under Major Joseph B. Leaner; and over the same route the 119th Medi cal mriment from Trenton, com. manded bv Colonel George A.

En- ion; llth Quartermaster regiment tram Trenton, oommanaea oy ueut. Colonel David S. HU1; Headquarters battery, OHh P. A. Brigade from Camden, under Captain R.

6. Wil son; 157th Field artillery from Cam-Am. under Colonel Rica P. Hart- degen, and the 112th Field artillery from Trenton, under root ueuk u. O.

W. From Kingston and Peeksklll over Rout 9-W will roll In at a. lietta Fleid artillery, motcrised, 75 mm guns under Lieut. Colonel Otto Thiede and from the Bronx and BrooUm over New York route 33. the 106 th Feb artillery, notarised.

71 mmguM, under Colonel Clarence najsjnr wta aarlv 11: is a Both regiments win camp at Top-hams MUla. ERIE COUNTY INDEPENDENT HAlISUilG N. Y. iiiiiiiiiiitntniiiiiiiiiiiiniti numi CHURCHES tMllltlWHWMtlHimHMHimHtHMMHH HAMBURQ 88. PETER AND PAUL'S CHURCH Rer.

Anthony E. Veit, Pastor Rev. Charles J. Gampp, Assistant Masses on Sundays :30, 8:00, 10:00, 11 30. Holy days :00, 7:30, 9:00.

Confessions Saturdays and before Holy days, 3:30 and 7:30 P. M. LAKE STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rer. W. T.

Brown, Minister Sunnier Schedule a.m. Church school. Morning worship and sermon. Services will be discontinued for the month of August and resumed on Sunday, September 3. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Services are held every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.

Wednesday evening testimonial meeting- at 8:00. This church also me In rains a reading mom which Is open on Tuesdays and Fridays from 3:00 to 4:00 p. where all authorised Christian Science literature may be read, purchased or borrowed. Books and literature may be borrowed from the free circulating library after each "Mind" is a subject of the Lesson-Sermon in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, August 20. The Golden Tort is: "Who tmtri known the mind of the Lord? or who hath been his counsellor? For of him, and through him, and to him, are all things: to whom be glory for ever." (Romans 11: 34, 38) Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "And if any man think that he knoweth any thing, he knoweth nothing yet as he ought to.

know. But if any man love God, the same Is known of him. For though there be that are called gods, whether in heaven or In earth, (as there be gods many, and lords many,) But to us there Is but one God, the Father, of whom are all things, and we in him." (I Corinthians 8: 3, 3, 5, 8, to;) The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following selection from the textbook of Christian ScienoeSci- ence and Health with Key to the by Mary Baker Eddy: "The exterminator of error is the great truth, that God, good, is the only Mind, and that the suppositi tious opposite of infinite Mind can ed devil or evil Is not Mind, Is not Truth, but error, without intelligence or reality. There can be but one Mind, because there is but one God; and if mortals claimed no other Mind and accepted no other, sin would be unknown. We can have but one Mind, If that one'ls- Infinite (p.

46i HAMBURG METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev. Daniel D. Brox, Pastor Sunday, August 30 10:00 a.m. Church, school. theReYJJRobertJtoottromtheJ guest minister.

Solo by Mrs. Pearl Case. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Kenneth A. Mock, Pastor Sunday 10:00 a m. Bible school.

11 :00 a.m. Morning service. Evening service. There will be baptism. Tuesday, 7:00 p.

Young People's prayer group. Wednesday. 10:00 a. Women's prayer group. 8:00 p.

m. Prayer meeting. TRINITY CHURCH Re. Paul Hon man. Rector Sunday Services 8:30 a.m.

Holy Communion. 10:00 a. m. Services and sermon. ririns Julv Ausust and on Bep- tmber 3.

the late service on each Sunday will be at 10:00 a. Instead of. 11:00 o'clock. 8T. IAMBS EVANGELICAL P.

W. a.A (UmivA AnfaMf as an mvided or al age croups. m. wccsnip ana preaon-ina service. You are cordially In vited.

ST. PAUL'S ETANOEPSCAL LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Loai D. Zifflmsrman, Pastor Services every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock with Sunday school dlr- Christian Day school every Friday afternoon from I to 4 o'clock, ectly afterward, Walther League meeting every first and third Thursday of so month. Ladles' Aid Society meets last Thursday, afternoon in the month at 3 o'olockvv Confirmation class meet Ten Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4 PM.

The 313th Coast artillery, an Anti-air craft regiment from New York, under Colonel Edward E. Gauche, arrives at south Plattsburg by truck lover Routes U. 6. 9 and 4 through Troy, Waterford. Hudson Palls, and N.

Y. 33, through Whitehall. Tlcon-deroga to a camp site at South Plattsburg. The 173d Field artillery from Manchester, under Colonel Clarence B. Rexford.

and the 181th Coast Ar tillery, anU -aircraft from Ooooord. N. H- under Coknel John Jacobean wlH urn Route Vermont 11 and 14 and U. S. 3 and Tl the Rous Point Bradg.

to UW at Wast Plattoburg and Beeamantown. re-speottwesT JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES) Why are the nations preparing for war and at the same time People starring, millions unemployed and the whole world in distress? The, etrue answer can only be found In the Bible, which answer will ghre you great eomfort, hope, and peace. You are invited to meet with. Jehovah's Witnesses. Sunday, 3:00 P.

477 Pleasant avenue, at comer of Church street, Hamburg. Sunday. 1:00 P. It, 7:48 P. Delta temple, 893 East Utica street.

Buffalo. EDEN EDEN BAPTIST CHURCH Rer. Howard Rich, pastor Sunday 10:00 a.m. Sunday sohooL 11:00 a.m. Moming services.

Evening sen lot. Tuesday evening, 7:45 Sunday school Teachers' Training course. Wednesday evening; 7:46 Prayer service. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH Re. Leo F.

Reddy, Pastor Sunday Masse and 10 Christian Doctrine classes Thursday evening at 7:30 for all children 7 to 18. Also Saturday PJ4. to 4 Morning mas. 7:46. EDEN METHODIST CHURCH John B.

Harry, Minister Sunday Seniles 10:30 a. m. Preaching. 11:30 a.m. Church school.

ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL CHURCH P. W. Mrtsrnhelmer, Pastor 11:00 a. m.

Church school, with classes for all age groups. 13:00 noon Worship and preaching service. You are cordially invited to attend. BOSTON ST. PAUL'S EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED CHURCH Merl Schlffman, Minister Sunday school at 9:30 A.

M. Church at 10:30 A. M. Women 'a Society FinsWednes-day of the month. Young People's League Second and last Friday evenings of the month.

BOSTON METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sunday school. Christian Endeavor young people's class at 7:00 p. m. NORTH COLLINS ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev.

E. S. Schwegler, DJ), Pastor Sunday masses 7:00 a. m. and 10:00 a.

m- SACRED HEART OF JESUS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH Rer. E. 8. Schwerler, DJ), Pastor Sunday 11:30 a. masses 8:30 a.

m. and ORCHARD PARK ORCHARD PARK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Norman J. Irving, Minister Sunday school 10:00 A. M. Worship 11:00 A.

M. Young People's meeting 7:30 P. M. Choir rehearsal Thursday evening. Meeting of the Session Arst Monday of the month.

Sunday School board meeting at all of the superintendent. Missionary society last Friday afternoon of each month. The Stltchery every otter Thursday. The Auxiliary at the eaQ of. Mm president.

The Men's olub on the third Monday evening of each month. mtST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH OP ORCHARD PARK Medium's day It the first Wednesday of the month. Services are at 1:00 and p. m. aerrioss every Wednesday evening at 1 :00 p.

m. NATTVrfY CHURCH Rev. George T. 8 pets, Pastor 8:00 ano 3:30 A. M.

Holy day 7:46 A. IL every morning in tf year. JERUSALEM CORNERS nRST CHURCH OP EVANS Rer. Earl Gates, Pastor Sunday aervioo at 11:00 A. U.

LAKE VIEW OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP CHURCH Rev. Loo Qlynn, Pastor Masses at 8:00 and 10:30 a. m. Turner Tops Field In '39 National Air Races Who ta beat CoL Roscoe Tomer and his 300 miles as hour i acini ship? Thars what air race fans from coast to coast are asking. The colorful Colonel rates at the country's No, 1 speed pilot.

He climaxed bis long list of air triumphs but year by winning the Thompson Trophy Race at CJerdand, setting a oe world's speed record of 283 miles per hoar far the 300 mile distance. In winning the Thompson Tamer automatically took down the' title of "champ but with it be inherited a large bundle of trouble, because every peed king in the country is now after scalp and is primed to move into his No. 1 spot if Turner slips. When National Air Races open the three day battle for gold and glory at Cleveland. Saturday, Sunday and Job Insurance Contributions Required on Back Wages Albany Back wages, awarded by the National Labor Relations Board to employees found to have been deprived of employment In violation of the National Labor Relations Act, are "wages" for purposes of the Unemployment Insurance Law, and percentage contributions must be paid to tho UnemplnsentLnsur EAST EDEN ST.

MARY'S CHURCH William Burchhardt. Pastor Rev, Sundays, 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock; Holy days, 8:00 and 8:00 o'clock; week days, 8:00 o'clock. WANAKAH WAYSIDE UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Wanakah, N. Y. Walker Scott Brownies, Pastor 9:45 a.m.

Sunday school. 11:00 a.m. Worship. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev. Joseph Phillips, Paster Sunday school at 10:15 A.

M. Morning worship at 11:30 A. M. Young People's meeting at 8:30 P. M.

Evening worship at 7:30 P. M. Midweek service Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Choir rehearsal Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The Willing Workers every Wednesday.


8. Culp. DJ), Pastor Sunday school 10:00 A. M. Morning worship.

Boston Community church. Community service circle the first Tuesday tat 3ie montxt. MT VERNON ST. MARY'S OF THE LAKE MISSION CHURCH Rev. Leo Glynn, Pastor Masses at 8:15 and 11:30 a.

m. ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev. Alexander CsrU, Minister The regular service on Sunday are as follows: Church aohooi at 10 A. morning Communion Wednesday at 8:00 A.

IL, and on Holy Days. BLASDELL OUR MOTHER OF GOOD 1 COUNSEL CHURCH BlsadetL N. Y. 3114 South Park Avenue Rev. Lee J.

Toomey, Pastor Rev. Paul Hendricks and Rev. John Pearaon, Am jstsnts Sunday masses at 800, 8:00, 11:00 and 13:00 a. m. 00.


James Navaffa, Pastor liases at 8:00 and 10:00 a. standard time. cmu. anNiitl mi so vcu-i seen and of a I Get the world's good news daily through The Christian Science Monitor A latmuifaaW Dtdy Ntwittfrr tiMUM THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE PUBUSHING SOCIETY Oas, Norway Sinn, Bohm, Muuckuitti fttgulaff nadina of Tmb Ckuiiun Scibmcs Uomitos is coaiiducd auay Muil Mcatua lu Jiiofial faaram, inflmSn ikf aly fcUsaautt Swtioa. maka Ukt Sioanoa tka idaal awwapaf sW ia soma.

Tha aricol aiat mr lis Bontaa la st I maotba IS 1 Booth 11 1' Wnla taaua. Ily )nrtu alllao iaillnn: I mi laauaa St sad uW aav is abut! as the felUwios kcatinai Oopao of thJa paper anas' una Onrlstian Sotsaoe dang Room, and Hawkins Avwouea, Bauaburg, H. T. Monday, Sept 2, 3 and 4, Tamers real troubles begin. He claims to have added 25 miles an boor to the speed bis great racing ship, but be will need every mile of to stay front.

With an $85,000 prise list ready for the top men in the racing events, no quarter will be given or stked. Art Chester, a cool-beaded veteran with terrifically fast new ship will be right on Turner' tail all the way. Tony LeVier, a yonngiter who stepped op into the big time last year by winning, the Greve Trophy Race in record breaking time, will be out after added glory and a big slice of the fat prise fund. At the moment Tamer looks like bet, but ifi the old, old story of favorite va the field, the top man trying to repeat with luck and the break deciding the winner. ance Fund the liable employer, the Unemployment Insurance Ap peal Board has ruled.

The Appeal Board sustained the ruling of a claims reviewer who held tztat contributions should be paid on back wages awarded to several dry-dock employees under stipulation between the employer and the Na tional Labor Relations Board. In its opinion, written by John- E. McGarry. the Appeal Board cites its earlier handed down shortly after the benefit payment provisions of the Unemployment In. surance Law became operative in 1938: "Under the provisions of the con sent decree the appellant was di rected to 'make whole' the claim ants for losses of pay sustained by reason of their discharge.

The a-mounts awarded to each of the caU. mants for the year. under the terms of the consent decree, were oomputed upon their estimated earnings for that year and were Intended to recompense them for the wages they would have earned had they not been wrongf ully discharg ed. In the light of this can it be said that the amounts so awarded were in the nature of damages rather than wages? We believe not. To do so would be to negative the very basis upon which these awards were determined, and to deprive the employee anne-beneflti granted to him under the provisions of the Unemployment Insurance Law because of the wrongful act of the employer.

The only basis provided In the Un-empkryment Insurance Law for the payment of benefits during periods of unemployment is wages earned. Therefore to consider as damages the amounts awarded to these claimants would destroy their right to benefits based When selecting children's playthings, avoid those what have poor paint, sharp edges, rough surfaces, fragile materials, and sharp corners. A School Year Subscription 31 For Only THIS REDUCED SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IS OFFERED TO THOSE WISHING TO SEND THE ERIE COUNTY INDEPENDENT TO BOYS AND GIRLS AWAY AT SCHOOL. JUST SEND THE NAME AND ADDRESS TOGETHER WITH THE DATE STUDENT WILL BE AT SCHOOL AND AND WE WILL DO THE REST. Erlo County 59 Main Street IM))iliHIKHJ 4.

rTriTriTiTTtiTTllil i TURKEY GROWING $70,000,000 INDUSTRY Expansion of Industry Attributed to Impimnaiisst In Methods Nearry 70 mliaon dollars' woth of turkeys (at farm prices) were produced last year, reports the Bureau of AgrrcUWural Economics. This figure was somewhat leas than for 1937 but was larger than in any oOncr. year hi the current decade, and probably the second largest in Vb history of tho industry. Once 1920 the production of turkeys has Increased more than per cent from less than 17 mutton birds tn that year to more than 38 mliliorj lb 1888. Peak of production during ttse decade was nearly 38 mfl-Hon turkeys in 1938.

Hlglhest price during' the ten year period were In 1938, lowest in 1933. The 1938 awer-sSB-tMS per btrd-was about 18 per cent lower than an 1808. IPrlrwrWuiil tiwfaew nmrtimtrw mtuitm in 1938 were Texas (3,288,000 birds). California MtnrMsota Oklahoma (1,418,000, low CI 386.000), North Dakota, nm ni rvwmn I an nrun iAwMife 40 per cent of the 1638 crop was raised in the 13 North Central states as contrasted with only 30 per cent In 1929. Expansion of the turkey Industry during the last 10 years Is attributed1 chiefly to approvements in produc tion and tnanagernent methods mac have lessened the mortanty of tt poults' and lowered production costs in competition witb chicken and other meats.

Production of turkeys in small farm flocks has decreased in most areas, but this has been mors than offset by increased numbers of large flocks which are kept separate from other poultry and handled under Improved methods of sanitation. feeding and marketing. OVER 40 YEARS On Broadway Near Michigan Don't Be Misled by Similar Names Eye Examined Glasses Fitted By the ORIGINAL Dr. Wm. J.

Cook Optometrist Eyesight Speolalia Only. One. Office Established 1898 148 BROADWAY, nr. MICHIGAN Hours 8 a. m.

to 8 p. m. except Sundays. Closed Saturday at noon WAstungton 5135 Buffalo, N. Y.

Bean ver marker I of lbs ssssa-tawlssi quality as Isnar ssssssnal saatsrpsrl, lbs Rock of Acs seal is stchsd Into lbs stose aa rresbsUBC ruarutr of pofacuoa. For 4d (sup of and funahasV-sll at sedest ea antooytwBofcolA4Wiauat Hamburg Memorial Sales Co. Pierce Avenue Phone Hamburg 1971 HamLurii, N. Y. it ft IIIM 1 1.

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