The Kane Republican from Kane, Pennsylvania on August 15, 1946 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGH THE DAILY REPUBLICAN, KANE and MT. JEWETT. PX. THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 194ft MURDER SUSPECT OUT ON BAIL A COO AND A BARK FOR WELCOME STRIKE OF GREAT LAKES SEAMEN TO TIEUP SHIPPING (Continued 110m page one) CONTRACTORS BLASTED' Harbors, Minn. WASHINGTON OP) Two Republican. Senators demanded today j ' ' J U. S. TURNS DOWN PALESTINE PLAN (ConUnued from pftge one tion both in Europe and Palestine, would be postponed beyond the end of the year. Roth Arabs and Jews have declared the scheme, at least in many of its phases, was unacceptable. Jews were, particularly incensed by failure to provide for the immediate adr.ission of at least 100,000 of thur number. just before President Truman's decision was disclosed, Colonial Secietary George Hall conferred with Dr. Chaim Weizmann, World President of the Jewish Agency, Dr. Nahum Goldman, agency representative in Washington, Rabbi Stephen Wise of New York, Beryl Locker, agency executive member 1'lt Britain, and Elizar Kaplan, agency treasurer. Several of the conferees came from Paris especially for the meeting. FACTOGRAPHS that the War Department back up with disciplinary action new instructions banning "close association, social or otherwise" by Army officers with contractors . Senators Brewster of Maine and Ferguson of Michigan, members of the Senate War Investigating committee, said the new order, disclosed by Undersecretary Kenneth C. Royall is fine as far as it goes. Meanwhile, Chairman Mead CD - NY) named a subcommittee headed by Senator Kilgore (D - WVa) to SCHICK INJECTOR RAZOR With 20 Blades In Durable Case $1.25 Temple Pharmacy I The strike began at 12:01 a. m. (EST) while Curran and other union officials conferred in Washington with government conciliators and some company representatives. Jack Lawrenson, vice president of the union, who remained in Washington, said the union had modified drastically its nine original demands, keeping principally a demand for a 44 - hour week and maintenance of union membership. Crews of three ships walked off at Detroit and union leaders said at least 25 vessels were expected to be tied up within 24 hours. Five ships were tied up in Buffalo soon after the strike deadline passed and Toledo reported three idle. Curran said the operators had "indicated since the beginning that they wanted a strike." He said union representatives had been in Washington eight days and had worked continually with the Department of Labor to settle basic issues. "The union is still willing to meet with the operators at anytime to discuss a satisfactory settlement of issues," he added. H. W. Collins, of Detroit, representative of the Great Lakes Transport Company, said the walkout . was "just an .organizational strike" and charged it broke a contract recently signed which was to run until December. 1 look into the relationship of col. Theodore Wyman, Jr., former Army district engineer in Hawaii, with Hans Wilheklm Rohl, who held the contract for installation of defense equipment in the islands before the Japanese struck Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. Thp Senate - House committee which investigated the Pearl Harbor disaster recommended further inquiry into Wyman's activities,; assenting that he had performed his duties "in a wholly unsatisfactory manner" and adding that construction work under hU direction was "defective and was characterized by delays." WARREN HALE, 16, of Detroit, who may never walk again because of injuries suffered in a gun accident last January while playing with his brother, Nathan, right, watches his pets, Queeaie, the toy bulldog, and Billy, the parakeet, meet for the first time. The pets join Nathan in welcoming the boy home from the . hospital, after the father sold his car to buy a specially constructed frame for Warren. The senior Hale wonders now where he will find the price to buy Warren a wheelchair. - (International) The familiar round purple inspection stamp on meat has been used by the U. S. Department of Agriculture for 40 years. Sea Trout seem to prefer shallow waters in summer, swimming close to the surface and feeding on smaller fish, crabs and shrimp. Because pewter is sort compared to many metals, it should be polished with a line powder of silver polish. Subscribe for The Republican. CHARLES RUSSELL GOODALE, 25 - year - old Onset, Mass., Navy veteran, is shown with his mother, Mrs. Clarence Goodale, as they left Ware - ham, Mass., court where the boy, who hasbeen held as a suspicioua person in "connection with the attack - slaying of Ruth McGurk, was arraigned on a charge of attempted attack on a young Lowell, Mass., nurse. A bail of $15,000 double surety was given setting the youth free. (International Soundphoto ) MIT : I Men's Sanforized ' CovertJ WORK PANTS LATE BULLETINS AI U, CRACKS STOCK MARKET ANNOUNCING the opening of a refrigerator service, water and milk coolers and appliance) repair shop. The business will be located at 105 Hemlock avenue for the present. KANE SERVICE SHOP A. H. & J. A. BALSLEY, Prop. TELEPHONE 1183 YOUR BUSINESS WILL BE APPRECIATED 3.00 by Full cut and well made. Reinforced at points of strain. Sizes 32 to 42. star" wi (Continued from page one)' flow of iron ore, coal, grain and oil. BUILDING BURNS CAPE MAY, N. J. 4JF The Coast Guard reported one building at Jts main base here was destroyed by fire. A control officer said no one was hurt and that the fire was extinguished quickly. He would give no further information. NEW. YORK UP) Irregular lower price tendencies persisted in today's stock market although real liquidating pressure was slack. Professioal operations continued to account for most transactions, brokers said, with commission house clients generally holding aloof. Clouding sentiment was - numerous with small strikes retarding production and fears that major labor difficulties might be in the offing. Dealings were slow from the start. Numerous pivotals were unchanged but fractional declines predominated near midday. i Special Purchase and Sale! Decorated WATER TUMBLERS 5C . Each Choice of 3 patterns in blue, red or maize. T7L18 Dramatic profile hat turned up at one side softened witbmaribou feather trim. WAR CRIMES TRIAL IN REICH NEARS END NUERNBERG, Ge r m a n y UP) The war crimes trial drew toward a close today as the prosecution completed cross examination of the last defense witness, Lt. Gen. Max Juettner, appearing for the SA organization. Sir Geoffrey Lawrence, president of the international military tribunal, told the 21 defendants headed by Hermann Goering they would be allowed "only a few minutes" to make their final statements at the conclusion of defense and prosecution summations. imTlflilmnnri Look! YONKERS, N. Y. UP) Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt was shaken - up and four other persons were injured late yesterday afternoon in a three - car collision near here. An official police report made by Patrolman William Segnit to the Westchester county parkway police headquarters said the widow of President Roosevelt told him "she dozed off at the wheel" of her Lincoln sedan, crossing over the white line between north and south - bound traffic lanes, and crashing head - on into another automobile. The accident occurred on the Saw Mill River Parkway about three miles north of the New York City - Westchester line. Mrs. Roosevelt was driving from her home at Hyde Park to her Greenwich Village apartment. Her secretary, Miss Malvina Thompson, said last night at the apartment that except for a . "couple of bumps on the head, Mrs. Roosevelt was none the worse for the experience. Dr. George M. Shadle said Mrs. Roosevelt was standing in the road near the wrecked cars when he arrived, and when he sought to examine her, she told him: "I believe I'm all right. I'd like to have you look at the others." Shadle said she "was upset, but she directed her attention to the injured. She had command of the situation and helped me in handling them." MUNICIPAL AIRPORT FOR KANE ASSURED (Continued from page one) NEW YORK UP) Noon stocks Am Tel & Tel 198; Atl Refining 45; Bait & Ohio 24; Chrysler Corp 118; Eastman Kodak 239; Gen Elec 46 1 - 8; Gen Motors 67 1 - 2; NY Central RR 23 1 - 4; North Amer Co 33 7 - 8; Penn RR 37; Pure Oil 27 1 - 8; Socony - Vacuum 17 3 - 4; Stand Oil Cal 59 3 - 8; Stand Oil Ind 46 3 - 4; Stand Oil NJ 78 1 - 8; Swift & Co 39 5 - 8; Texas Co 67 3 - 4; US Steel 89. Al teen in VOGUE Adjustable All Metal j i I I I!!. - Bnwsfar hats exclusive with us SWEATER DRYERS , 1.29 FIRST FLOOR M OTHERS $3.93 up to $10.00 Second Floor DEMPSEY'S MOTHER ' DIES AT UTAH HOME Old pewter often contains considerable lead which may be dissolved into food that stands in it, especially acid food. VfTTDT) A 7 fllL. TTM T r - cile Dempsey, 87, the mother of My name is E. W. Benson. I'm the "Yes" man at Personal Finance Co . . . that is I'm the man who likes to say "Yes" to requests for Personal loans. You see I'm the man who's responsible for building up our business. The more times I say "yes" to requests for loans the more business we do. And since making - Personal Loans of $25 to $250 or more is our ONLY business that's mighty important to me. Therefore, if you need extra cash al any time whether a little for a short time or a lot for a long time you can depend on my doing my best to say "yes" to you. See me at Personal Finance Co., 88 Fraley Street, New Cohn Building, at Kane, Pa. or phone me at Kane 434. Loans made to men and women, single or married. Small monthly payments up to 18 months to repay. Certain loans, especially those for the purchase of "restricted" articles limited to 12 mos. FALL SWEATER NEWS! $3.50 U!t0 $7.95 Colorbright sweaters you'll live in . . . and love! Wonderful pull - overs and lovely cardigans with long sleeves. All - wool in a wide range of colors and white. Marvelous witr. your slacks, skirts ... your suits! Come choose from a xormer Heavyweight boxing champion Jack Dempsey, died at her home here early today. Her advanced age was the cause of death. The former heavyweight champion was at the bedside when his mother passed away, having arrived from Los Angeles where he had been vacationing. Mrs. Dempsey was born at Logan, W. Va., April 4, 1859, and moved to Manassa, Colo., where Jack was born, about 1890. The family moved to Utah 36 years ago and resided at Salt Lake City until 1938. Besides Jack, a daughter, Miss Elsie Dempsey and another son, Joe, survive. Mrs. Dempsey 's former husband, Bernard Dempsey, lives at South Salt Lake, Utah. some of the Fraley street conges tion. Also discussed was the possibility of creating an alleyway behind the Yeather Statistics galaxy of colors. Sizes 34 to 40. LM0if.S - vim New Fall Q QQ to 7 QC SKIRTS J.U0 JJ Every high school and college miss will find her favorite skirt in our sportswear department. Smart pleated front and back, gored ot all - around pleated skirts in gay plaids, solid colors and checks. Sizes 24 to 30. MISSING SOMEONE? CI RUST CRAFT W J "HELLO" HANSON'S MUSIC STORE AUGUST Max. Min. Inches Temperatur Prec 1 67 58 .25 2 67 55 3. 80 52 4. 82 56 5 81 56 6 6t 53 .76 7. 75 55 .02 , 8 82 44 I 8. 85 57 10. 75 59 .05 11 68 34 .06 !l2. - r 66 40 13. 67 50 1 14. 68 35 i 14. 64 34 business houses on the East side of the main street. The present confusion caused by loading and unloading of large vans on tha side of the street has long been one of the biggest headaches of the local police department. Some persons have already signified a willingness to cooperate in allowing a right - of - way across their property and others will probably follow suit for their own welfare as well as for the benefit ' of all. I THE New Fall IJLOUSES Sizes 32 to 46 $2.30 to $10.93 A nnouncement: BEAUTY SHOP 328 Chase Street O HELEN CURTIS COLD WAVES Just Received New Line of Snow Suits - I Children's New Fall SWEATERS All - wool, slip - over and cardigan style lovely plain colors and white. Sizes 7 to 14. $2.29 to $3.98 For Back - to - SchooI Girl's Reversible SPORT COATS 12.50 f 14.25 Smart corduroy and plaid sport ' coats in wanted colors. Sizes 7 to 14. Final Clearance SUMMER DRESSES $3.95 $5.95 Dan Dee Shop 100 Fraley Street O HAIR STYLING O FACIALS O MANICURING SHAMPOO TINTING Misses - and Women's Butcher Boy PAJAMAS x Children's ' New Fall BLOUSES $1.69 to $2.98 Adorable white blouses with dainty trim. Sizes 1 to 14. WITH NEW, HIGHER ARMY PAY, THOUSANDS ARE ENLISTING! 3.59 I "MAKE IT A MILLION!" PENN - KANE HOTEL THE MAIN DINING ROOM fa - your pleasure ... at your servic, and COFFEE SHOP for BREAKFAST DINNER LUNCHEON Main dining room open daily 5:30 to 8:30 p. m. Coffee Shop open 6:30 a. m. to 10 p. m. Visit the new CATHAY LOUNGE Featuring IRENE STOUT at the Piano - Solovox and ADRIAN BOUDON at the bar Open 10 a. m. to 2 a. m. for Parties, Luncheons, Banquets, Telephone Kane 11 Plaid cotton prints in gay color combinations. Sizes 34 to 40. NEW PAY SCALE MONTHLY RETIREMENT INCOME AFTERt :. 20 faori1 30 Taort Service Service jf07.23 $185.65 87.75 151.83 Clearance Lot ! SUMMER Children's New Fall SKIRTS $2.00 to $3.50 A new selection in plain colors, plaids and checks. Sizes 1 to 14. DRESSES Sforfi'nf lose Pay far i Mont $165.00 135.00 113.00 100.00 90.00 80.00 75.00 In Addition to Clothing, Food, Lodging, Medieol and Dental Cart, and liberal Retirement Privileges, In addition to pay shown at right: 207, '""eeie for S.rvko Oveneai. 60 If Member of Flying or Glidar Craws. S In. craasa In Pay for Each 1 Ynar of Sarvica, Master Sergeant or Firat Sergeant Technical Sergeant Staff Sergeant Sergeant . . Corporal . Private Firat Clai . Private e proprietor CORA SMEAL SUSIE SLOAN Tel 1139 Open Evenings By APPOINTMENTS 10.95, 12.95 Values 7.88 74.75 65.00 58.50 32.00 48.75 129.33 112.50 101.25 : 90.00 84.38 Rayons and Cottons (lo D (!' Broadbent - Stiteler Co. Cat all the facts ot your tearest Army Came r Post, or U. S. Army Recruiting Static.. HIMAII J. COHII J J ) f f J (X' XKV Phone 760 - 761 The Shopping Center of Kane Post Office every Thursday Afternoon .

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