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loot; NEWS SPORTS COMICS, WANT ADS Section II Scranton's Oldest Daily SCRANTON, PA.. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25. 1 935 Scranton's Foremost' Newspaper Walter Winctidl The Private Papers Of a Cub Reporter It actually happened in one of the West Coast studios. . .The producer called in an assistant and said: "We are paying salaries to some people here that snouia be cut down. Now, take that girl over there. I know be has worked hard for our office for ten years, but cut her down S10 a week, anyway"... A moment later the producer was on the phone and overheard to say: "You think it will go up. eh? Then put me down' for thnnlllld shares"... When that - story came in via airmail we mentioned it to our editor... "Can you imagine a guy like that?" we groaned. "Docks r - ne loyal slave a lousy ten dollars a week, but gambles a fortune on a stock 1" "Very sad," he said. "Can you get me the name of that stock?" Sidney Blackmer of the kollywood sector was in a mood over that insurance agent trusted for so many years by such people as Will Rogers and Vivienne Segal, the singer - actress... They were among others who lost large fortunes because of the insurance man's grand larceny.. He comes n fn trial soon. . .At any rate, Black mer suggests this slogan: "Insure In Sure Insurancel' Hi After reading in the papers how Isobel Jewell of the screen has shifted from this movie star boy friend to that one, and vice versa (since her break from Lee Tracy), one of us observed that La . Jewell, apparently was trying to kick over the Tracy... Jeff Machamer, incidentally, and Isobel are closer than Scotch and Soda . . .The current quip out on the movie coast concerns Gertrude Michael of the pictures, who is the adored of Rouben Mamoulian, the artful director. . .Gertrude made one of those stagey entrances with Mamoulian at a night club the other night, and one flip - quipper, seeing her in flowing robes and with a dejected look, audibly called out: "I Am Prologue!" . Esther Muir and her husband, Sam Coslow, the song writer of so many song hits, Just returned from Europe . . .They visited Berlin, where Esther, who is a Gentile her groom isn't), was the victim of the Nazis... They werent asked their religion it was simply taken for granted, although Sam is a giveaway. But hardly his lovely wife, who suffered the torture of a "Michael," which Is a deadly concoction. - , - i . The papers carried a picture of an expressman lugging a deer and a bundle of game birds into the White House... The President probably likes to get these Christmas tributes from admirers, but may be the same thought struck him that struck us that the sender could have hurled the meat in any direction from where he sent it and landed it in the lap of someone who needed it for food... The Teacher's College of Columbia University has plowed among Persian and Eeyrjtian ruins to make a study of the fine points of gambling... And what did they learn? Just what you and I can learn in an evening that the percentage is always with the house. . , The farmers in Canada are pestering the postmasters with queries on why they don't get those social credit dividends the gov't promised... Which will be the situation, only more so. if the Townsendites get their paws in the U. S. till... Staking people always brings headaches, as a certain showman in town knows... After two flops he was short of coin and worried... He said: "I can stall my creditors, costumers, scene builders, etc., but I've got to have ready cash for the relatives I'm supportingr'...A Pittsburgh judge handed down a decision tossing out the ancient ruling that every dog has a right to bite at least one person. So the next time a neighbor's mutt catches" you by the rear of the pants, you can protect yourself with the knowledge that the best is in contempt of court... Ben Grauer from Miami Beach wires: "How do you break a - coconut?...We always thought everyone knew how to break a coconut. Speaking from experience, the very best way is to smash one on Bernie's conk! Sailor Ed McCall, the tattooer,, reports that his customers - are sissies nowadays... They dont want nude femmej inked in their chests any more, preferring butterflies. ..Whoops! The mating' instinct!. . Marion Snowden is in Mexico City to unhinge her mate, Prince Rospigliosi. . .This, and a few Midivani incidents, will soon call for a rewrite of the fairy tales, with the beautiful Cinderella catching a brewer's son, and the bad sister getting the Mine Schedule Today In observance of Christmas Day, all mine operations in this region will be Idle today. Tomorrow's schedule follows: Sterrick Creek Working. Spencer Coal Company Working. Green Ridge Coal Company - Working. Mofflt Coal Company Working. Scranton Coal AH collieries working. Price Pancoast Idle. Hudson Coal All collieries Idle. Penn Anthracite Von Storch, Capouse, Johnson, Legitt's Creek, Harry Taylor, Rushbrook, Ontario and Raymond. ' Plttoton Company All collieries Idle. Glen Alden - AU collieries idle. Prince. i.Olaf Schordlrln, an Alaskan gold miner, after a tour of the Broad way clip joints, sprinted for home be cause, he said, "Up there you usually hear the " wolves 'before . they get to you." Daring a'fraternity initiation at Duke University, Einer A. Palmgren was stripped and covered with shellac, the Time relates... Accidentally, the shellac caught fire and the student was severely burned... The college or dered an inquiry, in which the frat members volunteered to co - operate, Incidentally, the students who don't belong to fraternities are known as "barbarians"... Alice Myles of London has set the law on Arthur Greenwood for about $17,500 for breach of prom ise, reporting that she fed and nursed him when he was penniless writing the play "Love on the Dole," now a success ... Greenwood, apparently, doesnt want the love, and the gal doesn't care for the dole, which just about wrecks the pretty little story that the public likes so much. Prof A. J. Carbon of the University of Chicago Says a healthy man can live without food for fifty to seventy - five days if not exposed to cold or work and keeps mentally relaxed... In brief, starving is a cinch if you can afford it... Writing to the Times from far off Brooklyn, Harry Wallace re marks that no public figure is screaming at the modern young generatio.i "I think," thinks Mr. Wallace, "the P. Scott Fitzgerald era is definitely past". . .Now, if Mr. Wallace can really stand a shock, maybe he ought to know that some girls in the night club floor revues are appearing without tights. . .South America had a good shipping year... Their chief exports to the U. S. appear to be coffee, frozen meats and snapshots of Clark Gable in swim trunks, surrounded by various Latin dolls. . Among other people encountered on ihe Sabbath Night was a man actually named Santa Claus...He is the Reverend S. Claus of Marshall, Missouri, whose father had a sensayuma... When his son was born in 1888 around holiday time he christened him after the most famous legendary favorites, thus: Santa Claus... Santa is now visiting in our town and it is no longer news to listeners of Ripley's radio show. Rip introduced Santa, Claus earner that evening... But here if the irony angle of our department Santa Claus is on relief 1 v - ' Incidentally, the sign off line (if you missed it) was: .''Your New York, correspondent who sincerely hopes the only heavy load in your . home this Xmas will be the' load on Santa Claus' back." . The government of Chile provides doctors and nurses when children' are born. Among other state benefits in that country are insurance against accident and death, official .hospitals, and free coffins and graves. - Templars to Hold Celebration Today Chiristmas Program to Be Held in Temple Couer de Lion Oommandery, No. 17, and Mellta Commandery, No. " 68, Knights Templar, will hold their joint annual Christmas celebration in Nor man Hall, Masonic Temple, beginning at 11:15 o'clock this morning. This year, for the first time, these services will be open to all Blue Lodge Masons as well as members - of the com - manderies. Em. Sir Ripple C. Smith will preside at' the program which will be as follows: Prelude, Sir Thomas Edward Evans; hymn, "Joy to the World;" Christmas greeting, E. Sir Ripple C. Smith, commander Couer de Lion, No. 17; sentiment of Grand Encampment, E. Sir Hiram W. Pringle, commander, Melita, No. 68; response of grand master, R. Starting TOMORROW Opportunity Day! Half Yearly Sale of Shoes Smashing Reductions on Florsheims! IVIadelons! Glorias! Cpllegiennes! , Suedes! Kids! Oxfords! Straps! Ties! ; Stepins! No C. O. D.'s! No Approvals! All Sales Final! Ride in FREE Tomorrow ' Between 9 and 10:15 A. M. Courtesy Scranton Transit and Fleetville Bus Companies. bring Values of irresistible appeal! Regularly priced $5 to 100 Regularly $5 and $6 3.98 Regularly $6.75 and $7.50 . , . . . 4.98 Regularly $8.75 and $10.50 ...... 6.98 jcThe size ranges are broken but there are styles in all sizes. Eoery pair is a "buy!" Two pairs at these out' standing lows are Bargains indeed! The Heinz Store E. Sir Boyd A. Musser, grand treasurer; address ' of grand commander, E. sir David' J. Davis, grand generalissimo; hymn, "Adeste - Pideles;" prayer, sir Thomas E. Evans, prelate Couer de Lion; hymn, "Silent Night;" toasts, to Grand Master M. E. Sir Andrew D. Agnew, R. E. Sir Alfred E. Lister; to late Grand Commander R. E'Sir George W. Sitgreaves,."E. Sir Rufus T. Stroehm; to all Knights Templar, E. Sir Dan Carpenter; to all Christians, E. sir Robert W. Michael; to R. W. Grand Master Otto R. Heilig - man, E. Sir Charles I. Davis; to M. E. Grand High Priest Companion Albert T. Handy, E. Sir Jacob A. Prantz; address, "Christmas Legends Old and New," the Rev. and Sir Knight L. R. "Poster; report, Christmas Observance Committee; hymn, "O Little Town of Bethlehem;" benediction, the Rev. and Sir Knight L. R. Poster; postlude, Sir Thomas Edward Evans. .' ' Christ Child Injured When Struck by Truck , Jack Christ, 12, 1504 Price Street, who said he was struck by the back of a truck, applied at the West Side Hospital for treatment of a laceration of the head yesterday morning at 11:30 o'clock. The accident occurred at Ninth street and West Lackawanna Avenue. The boy did not know the name of the truck driver. . k ' j London's worst day for fatal street accidents is Saturday. Join our 1936 Christmas Club First National Bank, Scranton, Pa. Adv. Starting THURSDAY Opportunity Day! Holiday SALE of FURS Special Values in preferred jleinx Quality Furs You are assured of satisfaction at The Heinz Store . . . We guarantee everything we sell to give satisfactory service! it" j , w f fir ; - W X tAl Pay: A a - r If you're shopping for the best your money can buy - for any amount you wish to spend it's here for you at The Heinz Store! - '. - , Choose Your Own Way ti Monthly Charge Account Easy Monthly or Weekly Payments! Beaverette , Lapin Sealine i n " Northern Seal Caracul Pony, Grey Kid,) Caracul, Muskral and Mole Hudson Seal Caracul Pony Persian Lamb Fitch, Leopard Cat Hudson Seal r as low as p as low as r as low as as low as r as low as $68 $118 $148 $168 ifBeaoerette, Lapin, Sealine, Mendoza Beaver, Northern Seal are Dyed Rabbit. Hudson Seal Is Dyed Muskrat, - The Heinz Store Starting THURSDAY Opportunity Day! Sale of Dresses A Holiday. Dress Event that will have the Whole Town Talking! W,i.WJ.U.W.....'.'.tm mm .lW.'.'...M.i.'J.W..J.Ml" W - M i.i 1 1 . ,. Dashing Prints and Plains! No one by arty stretch of Imagination would guess anywhere near . $5! Plan to be here ' early, for these stunning new dresses are so pretty they'll be worn right out of the store! ... One and two - piece, Tailored and Dressy styles! . Coat effects, pleated sleeves, jewel trims, smocking. $5. Juniors, Misses, Women Two Striking Croups Sale on Second Floor $10. A Heinz Store Dress to fit every Figure! . . . Full of new ideas! New neck lines! New Trimmings! The important Fabrics: Crepes! . Matelasses ! . . . giving you choice of the best colors and black! . . . Lingerie, taffeta, jewel, metal and contrasting trims! The (10 group are regularly 12.95 to 16.95 Dresses m si V - 0Vs.i.;. - v I lit r The Heinz Store.

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