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WARREN, PA, TIMES-MIRROR, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 8, 1 9 3 « NINE The Advertisements Are a Dependable Guide to Reputable Merchandise Classified* Advertising CASH PRICES Average Words Ip to 15 words or 3 fin« :0 words or 4 line».... '.5 words or 5 lines.... >0 words or 6 lines.... 15 words or 7 lines.... 10 words or 8 lines.... 15 words or 9 lines.... 50 word* or 10 lines... 55 woHs or 11 lines... 50 words or 12 lines... 1 day 3 day* 1 wk » .30 .90 1.62 . .44 1.20 2.16 . .55 1.50 2.16 . .66 1.80 3.24 . 77 2.10 3.78 . .88 2.40 4.32 . .99 2.704.86 .1.10 3.005.40 .1.21 3.3D5.94 .1.32 3.60 6.48 Announcements 7 Personals DRIVING to Florida the first of Jan. Can take one person. Phone 2133-R. THE FAMOUS CHAMPLIN SALAMANCA SALVE—For sale at drug stores in Warren. This salve works in a miraculous way. Promotes healing, prevents infection, has tendency to kill infectious germs 51 Merchandise Articles for Sale SHORT black pony coat. Size 38. For sale cheap. Phone 194-W. 50 Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers TRUCK coal, 1 to 4 ton, $4.50 and $4.75. Phone 1634. SOFT COAL—Kittanning lump coal, $5 ton; $4.50 T. in 2 ton lots; minue run, $4 ton; $3.75 T. in 2 ton lots. Victor Morris, Warren, Rt. 3 Starbrick or Youngsville, Rt. 1. 62 ¡Musical Merchandise Un Convenient Terms GUITARS used and new, $3.95 up. Biekarck Music House. 66 Wanted to Buy WANTED—Raw furs at Riche’s Dinor, Saturday, Dec. 31, from 11 to 3. Milton Bergman. To Single and Married Peoples Pichard(j.|)awson “A Local Loan Ser\ice” IftA LIBERTY ST.' II# i at Penna.Ave.,West. Phone 1 - 5-5 WARREN. Pa LEWIS’ THURSDAY Boneless Brisket CORNED BEEF .........Tb 19c Fine to boil with cabbage Fresh Home-Made SCRAPPLE ......... L n> Frcsii Home-Made LIVERWURST ........... lb EAST HIT BY SEVERE BLIZZARD 10 Strayed, Lost, Found FUR trimmed evening wrap taken by mistake at Woman’s Club, Monday. Call 801-R for exchange. LADY’S BROWN jacket lost between Metzger - Wright’s store and Irvine St. Reward. Phone 1771. FIFTY DOLLARS reward for return of Diamond Dinner Ring lost about five weeks ago. No questions asked. Write Box 40, care Times-Mirror. 11 Automotive Automobiles for Sale USED CAR BARGAINS 1934 Chevy 6 Coach. 1935 Dodg^e 6 Sedan. 1933 Ford V-8 Coach. 1935 Chevy 6 Coupe. 1929 Ford 4 Sedan. 1930 Ford 4 Coupe. 1935 Ford V-8 Coupe. ' 1933 Dodge 6 Coupe. 1933 Dodge 6 Sedan. 1937 Ford 60 Coach. 1932 Hudson 8 Coach. 1936 Plymouth 6 Sedan. 1937 Chevy 6 Coupe. 1936 Dodge 6 Coach. 1935 Dodge % ton Pickup. 1930 Chevv 6 Coupe C. C. SMITH CO., INC. 6 Water St. Open evenings. 68 Rooms and Board Sleeping Rooms DESIRABLE room in private home, well heated. East side business section. Pa. Ave., E. Gentlemen, only. Phone 294-M. LARGE front sleeping room, very desirable. 417 Hickory St. Real Estate hr Rent 74 Apartments and Flats ONE ROOM and 3 room furnished apts. for rent. Elec. refrigeration, bath, laundry. Phone 1849 Home Economics ELASTIC THREAD MAKES ATTRACTIV E TRI MM IN G SPECIAL FOR THURSDAY Corn Bread .......................loaf 10c Black Walnut Tea Cookies ....................... doz. l8c Individual Pecan Rolls.. 2 for 6c MOSTEKT’S BAKERY Phone 238!)' 305 Pa. Ave., E. FURNISHED or partly furnished apt., private bath, electric refrigerator, furnace heat. 1501 Penna. Ave., E. 77 Houses for Rent FURNISHED house for rent. 14 Buchanan St. Phone 848. FURNISHED or unfurnished 7 rooms and bath. Immediate possession. 300 Walnut street. HALF DOUBLE house, furnace; centrally located; $25. Call 1594 daytimes. 8 ROOM house, garage, at 5 Irvine street. Every convenience. Inq. L. A. Carlson, call 1562-J. 78 Offices and Desk Boom TWO OFFK E ROOMS - Second floor in former Post Office bldg Inquire W. A. Walker, care Time.« office. BUY A SAFER CAR For winter drivings Reconditioned and guaranteed. WTiere Quality and Low Prices Predominate. 1939 License Plates given Free with all cars selling over $100. 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Sport Sedan. Heater. 1937 Chevrolet Master Coup'i. Heater. 1937 Plymouth Tudor with trunk, heater. 1936 Dodge Sedan with trunk, Heater. 1936 Plymouth Deluxe Coupe, Heater. 1934 Plymouth Coach. Heater. 1936 Ford Tudor with trunk. s heater. 1935 Ford Deluxe Coupe. Heater. >1934 Chevrolet Master Coach. Heater. 1934 Chevrolet Master Sedan. Heater. 1932 Chevrolet Coach. 1930 Plymouth Coupe. 1931 Chevrolet 4 pass. Coupe. Other low priced cars to choose from. B. & E. CHEVROLET CO. 413 Penna. Ave., East. Tel. 1444 K Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate SEE LEGTERS for real estate. 3 VerDt-t-rt street. Call 14 office and residence Here's news for homemakers*- j elastic sewing thread that shirs as we stitch. ! “All we do,” says Miss Helen Steible, home economics extension representative, Warren county, “is to wind the thread on the bobbin of the machine and as we stitch the shirring is done.” The thread is silk and comes in many colors. It has several uses I —for the rows of shirring so popular in the fall dresses, for smocking, and even for putting new life in those elastic waist bands which have lost their stretch. Try stitching it on that sweater cuff and belt which are too large. W'ind the elastic thread on the bobbin, thread the top of the machine with mercerized thread and stitch. No further adjustment or any attachment are necessary. The longer the stitch, the fuller the shirring will be, she explains. The material will shir up to about half its length, but since it is elastic, will stretch to any desired measurement. We see interesting effects in materials stitched lengthwise, then crosswise, resulting in a puffy surface. Another new feature that la popular is ribbon with corded edge for ribbon banding or trimming. The cords may be drawn to shir the ribbon around corners. Zippers are growing in popularity for placket fastenings and are equally popular as trimmings. In a constrasting color, often they are the only trimming on a tailored dress. And, one can even procure zippers of two colors; for example, one half of cerise, thp other of blue. Some of the placket I zippers are covered with cloth so ' they will be less conspicuous >n the dress, she says. FIRE ROUTS 125 IN BEL0W-ZEK0 WEATHER International Falls, Minn., Dec. 28.— (/P)—Fire that destroyed three frame buildings, housing two hotels and four taverns, routed about 125 persons early today in 20 degrees below zero weather. The blase started in the Valhalla tavern about 2:3U a. m., from a defective or overheated furnace, authorities believed. It spread quickly through the Victor is and Svea hotel buildings, adjoining the tavern and located in the older section of the city. Fire Chief J. P. Franzen estimated the loss at $60,000. Bertha, Whose Bed Bounces FIRE DESTROYS 21 HOMES AT CALIFORNIA California, Pa., Dec. 28.— (/V)— Fire caused by an over-heated stove early today destroyed 21 dwellings in the Pittsburgh Coal Company’s community at Crescent Heights, seven miles south of here. The blaze forced 100 residents of the frame buildings into near­ zero temperatures, clad in their nightclothing. Only one person, Mrs. Anna Johnson, who tried to re-enter her house to save possessions, was reported injured seriously enough for medical treatment. She sulTered slight burns and smoke inhalation. £ET IN EARLY ON THESE BARGAINS 1937 Ford Tudor. Blue color, clean inside and out. Gasoline heater Mechanically O. K. $375 1935 Ford Cabriolet. Color black. Good paint and tires. 30 day guaranteed ............... $235 ,1934 Ford T'udor. Black color, heater, completely overhauled, .................................................... $175 1933 G. M. C. truck. Dual wheel, V-license. This is a real bargain ......................................... $175. Model A Ford 157" 1 chassis and cab. Wonderful condition. $1.15 1930 Essex Sedan .................... $35. 1929 Essex Coupe ..................... $25. 1930 Plymouth Coach ............$00 1930 Rco Coupe ....................... $50. Many Others All Bargains WEIGEL MOTOR SALES FORD GARAGE GUARANTEED USED CARS 1937 Pontiac 2 door Sedan; radio, heater, defroster. 1936 Pomac Coacli; radio, neater. 1935 Ford Tudor. 1935 Pontiac Coach. 1934 Ford Pickup. R. J. W. PONTIAC SALES 323 Pa. Ave., W. Phone 1650 IF YOUR WATER LINE FREEZES Call Mangini’s Welding Shop Next to State Highway Garage Call 782-J Supreme Arab Warns Duce PHONE 1811 For AH Furnace Repairs Warren Sheet Metal Shop C. F. Smith G. B. Young COAL Briquets - Hard Coal - Coke Georges Greek Smokeless Rainey Soft Coal and others. We have the best. Phone today. ZERO ICE & FUEL Phone ‘¿595-M SOFT LUMP COAL One Ton Orders —$4.50 Cash Direet from Mine KINANDER COAL CO. W. J. CULP, Irucker 1006 Penn’a Ave. E.—Phone 707 GAINS ARE CLAIMED BY REBELS (From Page One) Further to the south, insurgent Navarrese cavalrymen swept across the foothills of the Sierra Dela Llena. They fell upon the rear of government forces defending the Ebro left bank and after a brief but intense battle set up machine-guns at the Raibarroja bridgehead. It was one of the points at which government troops last spring crossed the river and threatened the insurgent base, Gandesa. (From Page One) froze slush remaining from a week end pelting of snow, sleet and rain. State highway crews braved the biting cold and high winds, to cinder curves and hills. All roads were reported open. The fatality directly attributable to the cold wave was 56-year-old Gust Hout, a veteran W’arren county woodsman, who collapsed and froze to death while struggling through snow-covered woods to a lumbering camp near Sheffield. Firemen battled numerous blazes in the severe cold as overheated furnaces started fires in many communities. One boy. five-year- boy, Donald Kuhns, died In the flames that destroyed the home of his parents at Davis Corners, near Franklin. Weather Observer W. S. Brotz* man. of Pittsburgh, reporting that rising temperatures for western Ohio were forecast for today, said the milder weather would reach Pennsylvania within a few hours after it was felt in Ohio. Chicago, Dec. 28—(.V)—The Arctic chill of the season’s most intense cold wave was felt today from the Rockies to the Atlantic. Northwest winds carried an icy sting to the eastern seaboard and the south today while the midcon­ tinent continued to shiver under a blanket of cold that sent temperatures below zero. Weather observers predicted a slow rise in temperature for tomorrow as northwest winds abate, but there was no promise of appreciable relief. At least 15 deaths were attributed to exposure anil traffic acci- dcnts causcd by the weather. Wyoming, Colorado, Montana, Iowa. Minnesota, Wisconsin. Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and the Dakotas were the principal cold spots on the weather map. Sub zero temperatures were general in Minnesota and the Dakotas. The cold wave brought intense suffering to the poor in purse. Hundreds sought shelter at police stations in the larger cities. Thousands of homeless slept in New York subways or in crowded Bowery missions and welfare department shelters. The metropolis missed the main force of the storm but temperatures fell far below freezing. A temperature of 25 was recorded early today at the nation’s capital and colder weather was in prospect. ‘‘Much colder” today was the general forecast in New England. There was one death from exposure in Ohio. At Toledo the water supply approached normal after being heavily reduced by a steady wind that blew the water away from intake pipes in the Maumee river and into Lake Erie. The river level dropped 9% feet. Among the frigid spots in the nation yesterday were: Warroad, Minn., -37; Devil’s Lake, N. D., -22; Craig, Colo.. -16; Cutbank, Mont., -16; Moohead, Minn., -14; Duluth, Minn., -14. 2:00 QUOTATIONS Reported by Kay, Richards and Company r Warren Savings Bank Bldg J Bertha Marie Sybert, who is harried by a spirit or something, sits in the chair that witnesses say moved backward with tier when she refused to go to bed. Reason Bertha wouldn't go to bed was that her bed bounces The case of the 9-year-old girl, who lives ne;ir Jonesville, Va„ is attracting national attention. Her family claims she has slept little since bed bouncing began Nov. 10. ROUNDING UP BLACKMAILERS (From Page One^ trol of the nation’s third largest drug company. Both Brandinos were booked on federal charges of using the mails to defraud and consiring with others to extort money from Coster- Musica, as was Walter H. Cragg, 56, disbarred lawyer and ex-convict, who was serving a prison term in 1914 when Coster again was in the law’s toils. y——....... . „ ............ — „„i, i.— ........ ........... Sports Roundap BETTER USED CARS Reconditioned and Guaranteed 1938 Chrysler 6 Sedan. 1937 Plymouth Coupe. 1937 Plymouth Sedan. 1937 Ford Sedan. 1936 Plymouth Sedan. 1935 Plymouth Sedan. ] fix >odge Sedan, '3933 Plymouth Sedan. 1938 Plymouth Pickup. Covered Wagon House Trailer. 208 East St. Open evenings. C. A. HUBBARD MOTOR SALES Business Service 29 Repairing nd Refinishing JPHOI STERING repairing Bar* gains in new and rebuilt davenport -suites L. M Polknrmn. 106 Penna. Ave., E. Phone 9727. I'HE MONEY that you save, guying advertised values, is per- r '/hanentiy yours. Study the adver-j tisements. (From Page Eight) —and a picture of Mary . . . Hey, do you accept bids by mail, Mary? ... A substantial yell for Erskine College of South Carolina which played through the football season with 24 men and went into its last game with only 14 sound of wind and limb. Joe Louis arrives from Chicago today to start training for the fight with John Henry Lewis . . . The boss of the heavyweights will start assaulting sparring partners on Sunday . . . Immediately there will be loud cries that he is (A) out of shape (B> tired of fighting and (C) ready to be belted over . . . 'The fielding averages never looked sillier than this year when they proclaimed Zeke Bonura the best fielding first baseman in the league . . . A1 Weill has posted $1,500 with the boxing commission for a lightweight title fight between his Lou Ambers and Henry Armstrong, the incumbent . . . the storm and strife troopers of the board won’t suspend Tommy Farr because he ran out on that British fight . . . Figure a couple more fights and Tommy will do his own suspending . . . Bounce in and get it, boy. Si el Hadj Djelloul ben Lahkdar, above, supreme Arab chief, warned Premier Mussolini against attempting to seize France’s colony Tunisia, declaring the Moslems “would all die for the only authority we serve —France”. BROTHER OF STATE SEN. MUNDY IS DEAD TO DEFEND DJIBOUTI GARRISON During manufacture, tea loses three-quarters of its weight. Philadelphia. Dec. ‘28 (,-P)— James F. Mundy, 70, of Wilkes- Barre, collector of internal revenue in the middle Pennsylvania district, died last night in Philadelphia after an operation for a stomach obstruction. Dr. Leo C. Mundy, state senator his brother, was at his bedside. He had been a patient at Temple University hospital since December 8. I His body will be returned to his home here for burial. NOT TOO LATE to borrow that extra CASH YOU NEED NOW! Personal hat arranged to make loan* up to $300 in (ho quickest possible time. No se curity seeded on Special Personal Credit Loans. No payment lor 30 days—even longer if you choose—then just small, convenient monthly amounts. (From Pag*» One) The road connects all the empire’s military garrisons in the interior of Morocco and Algeria with the border. To French military men that meant that France could use the Foreign Legion and other troops to smash into Libya from the rear in case of war. In the absence of formal Italian request for Djibouti, the French sent their answer back the way the demand came—through the press which scoffed at Italy’s chances in a French-Italian war. Daladier, in close touch with London, was reported to be asking that Prime Minister Chamberlain’s January trip to Rome be broken by a stop at Paris or be called off entirely if the Italian anti-French campaign continues. CONTRACTORS BEFORE JURY (From Page One) inquiry into the purchase of gravel from the Pioneer Materials Company and fired two state employes. They were H. H. Temple, chief highway engineer, and E. A. Griffith, Erie district engineer. The jury assembled December 15 to investigate campaign charges against Earle and 13 Democratic associates, went into the Erie contracts first. Among other witnesses heard to date were Griffith, Secretary of Property and Supplies Arthur Colegrove, and H. S. Mattimore, chief testing engineer for the highway department. IN0UEST BE!NG HELD TODAY IN BRUTAL MURDER (From Page One) place, described the man they saw as about *6 years old, iney saltl he was wearing brown clothes and was driving a 1937 or 1938 model black coupe. The girl, they said, resembled Miss Martin. After a short conversation, she entered the automobile and it started in the direction of Kingston. Police said if the car continued in that direction it would reach the southern part of Wyoming county where the girl’s body was found in Keelersburg creek. Philadelphia, Dec. 28— (A*) State Senator Leo C Mundy, talc­ ing cognizance of the slaying of Margaret Martin, Kingston stenographer, said today he would introduce a bill at the next legislature making sex crimes capital offenses, and providing for the compulsory registration of persons convicted of such crimes, or having such tendencies. Under the proposed legislation, he said, “physicians uncovering such tendencies in a patient would have to report it to a bureau of compulsory registration which would be conducted by police.” Welfare and social service workers also would be required to report such persons, he said. Those registered would be required to report periodically for examination, and those who displayed unusually strong premonitory symptoms of sex criminality would be placed in mental institutions. SOUND WARNING TO REPUBLICS !S OFFERED BY HULL (From Pnjre One) the principles “on which peace and well being under law and order must rest.” Unlike previous Pan-American conferences, no treaties or conventions resulted that would require consent of the United States seiv ate. All the conferences decisions were in resolutions and declarations, which are published by the state department. The secretary said that the declarations rather than treaties were “wise when matters dealt with are of general character and of political nature. The people of the American republics have a proud history of the use of dec- clarations. Their national life has grown in and out of declarations of independence which mark their birth.” Hull spoke at a banquet given by President Benavides of Peru after the conference, opened Dec. • 9, was adjourned by Dr. Carlos Concha, Peruvian foreign minister. CHAIRMEN OF 27 COUNT.« ES IN STATE SEEKING POSITIONS 216 LIbsrtv St. Second Ficor Phon« 283 H, R. Good, Mgr. FINANCE COMPANY ------->....... --------------* (From Pag* One) Chairman James F. Torrance. One, which leaders described as “most serious,” was over the selection of a secretary of highways. Leaders from Pittsburgh and Philadelphia both have advanced strong bids for the position. From a patronage standpoint the highway post always has been coveted by the metropolitan organizations, leaders pointed out. James also was reported having difficulty deciding upon a person to head his labor and industry department, which, next to highways, has more patronage than any department on capitol hill. The governor-elect left his Plymouth home last night for Pittsburgh on his first trip to western Pennsylvania since his election. Ocean siyifish increase their weight 60,000,000 times. GOODRICH TIRES EASY...... TEH MS BAUD TIRE SHOP, INC. DIES IN FLORLDA Word was received here today that John Smith, father of Hairy M. Smith, of Dade City, Fla., dieu there suddenly Christmas morning at the age of 74 years. Mr. Smith was formerly of Warren and had many friends in this vicinity. EARTH TREMORS Athen, Dec. 28 — (<P)—Severe earth tremors in northern Pelo­ ponnesus today terrorized inhabitants and caused extensive property damage in the town of Kuni- ana. No casualties were reported. Every square mile of the visible side of the moon has been I mapped, while much of our own I earth’s surface has not. LAM0NT HUGHES MENTIONED FOR HIGHWAY CHIEF <From Page One) left his home at Plymouth that he had “absolutely made no commitments” for any cabinet positions Another matter of concern to the new administration regarded as certain to be discussed was the special election to be held to till the unexpired term of Allegheny Coroner P. J. Henney who, given his choice by the supreme court, resigned as state senator. Fish grow continuously throughout their lives »fr. ________ ^ I THE OIL MARKET | y—. . •— ------------ -------------------TILE WATER ASSOCIATED Eastern States (Effective Sept. 1. 1938) Bradford, Pa ..................................$1.68 Allegany, N. Y............................. 1.68 SEEP PURCHASING AGENCY OF SOUTH PENN OIL CO. (Effective Sept. 1, 1938 1 Penn a Grade Oil in New York Transit Co ..................................$1.68 VALVOLINE (Effective Sept. 1, 1938) Oil City-Titusville .....................$1.61 PURE OIL CO. (Effective Sept. 1, 1938) v.aoin Creek, W. Va..................$1.28 Bradford Hallow, W. Va......... 1.28 Kelly (’reek, W. Va.................... 128 Bradford Dist., Oil hi National Transit Co.................................. 1.68 Bradford Dist., Oil in Bradford PENNZOIL CO. (Effective Sept. 1, 1938) Pennsylvania Grade Oil in National Transit Lines: Group A .......................................$1.6.1 Includes Cochran, Franklin, Hamilton and Doolittle districts. ¿roup B ......................................... 1 60 includes Titusville district. Group C........................................... 1.59 Includes Turkey and Tidioute districts. Group D ......................................... 1 58 Includes Bear Creek and Porkey districts. Group E ......................................... 156 Includes Eideneau, Bull Creek, Rough Run. Carbon, Dipner. Bredin. McJunkin, Jameson Kennerdell, Emlenton, Fiona, Lack and Kinzua districts. Price depends on length of pipe line haul to plant at Oil City. (Effective Sept. 1, 1938) cities servk E .CO. Oil City-Titusville .....................$1.61 Transit Co.................................. 1.68 Allegany Dist.* Oil in Bradford Transit Co.................................. 1-68 Penn’a Grade Oil in So. West Pa. P. L......................... ............. 1-34 Penn a Grade Oil in Eureka Pipe Line Co............................. 1.28 Penn a Grade Oil in Buckeye Pipe Line Co ........................... 118 Corning Grade Oil in Buckeye Pipe Line Co. (6-16-38) ... .97 Industrials and Oils Adams Express ......................... 10 % Allied Chem and Dye ............186 Allis-Chalmers ......................... 45% Amerada ....................................... 67 American Foreign Power ... 2% American Can ........................... 98% American Car Foundry.........32% American Locomotive ............ 29 \f% American Radiator ................ 17*4 American Rolling Mills .... 20% American Smelt and Refg .. 50 American Sugar ....................... 19% American Water Works .... 12% American Tel and Tel ............146% American Tobacco B .............. 87 Anaconda ..................................... 34 Atchison .............. ....................... 39% Atlantic Refining ..................... 22 Barber Co...................................... 19'i Baltimore and Oh id ................ 71« Barnsdall .............................. 18% Bethlehem Steel ....................... 76% Blaw-Knox .................................. 16 V* Briggs Mfg................................... 29% Byers Pipe .................................. 11% Canadian Pacific ....................... 5% Calumet and Hccla................... 7% Cerro De Pasco .........................47 Chesapeake and Ohio..............35 % Childs’ Restaurant .................. 12*» Chrysler ....................................... 82 Col Carbon .................................. 91 Col Gas and Elec....................... 6% Commercial Credit .................. 56% Commercial Inv Trust .........59 Consolidated Oil ..................... .. 8Va Continental Can ....................... 40% Continental Oil ........................ 29% Commercial Sol......................... 9% Corn Products ..........................03 % Curtis Pub Pfd ........................47 Curtiss-Wright .......................... 0% Curtiss-Wright “A” .............. 23% Dome Mines................................32 Delaware and Hudson ......... 23 E. I. du Pont de Nemours—150% Electric Auto Light ............ 33% Erie R R Com ........................... I3!* Freeport Texas ... .............. 28% General Electric .......................42% General Foods ..........................38?'* General Motors ........................49% Gen Am Transport ................ 58 Great Northern Rwy ............ 20 V4 Goodrich..............................!... 24 Goodyear Tire and Rub .... 37% Hecker Products .....................10% Hudson Motors ........................ 7*4 Hiram Walker ..........................50 Vi International Nickel ..............55 International Tel and Tel ... 8% J. C. Penney Co ..................... 76,/4 Johns-Manville .........................102 Jones and Laughlin Pfd ... 62 Kenneeott Copper ...................42 Mhl-Cont Pete .........................15% Mack Truck ...............................27% Mission Corp .............................23% Missouri-Kas-Texas F*fd ... 8% Montgomery Ward .................51 Nash-Kelvinator ...................... 7% National Biscuit.......................23 Va Nat Cash Register ................24%’ National Dairy Prod ............12% National Supply Co .............. 14% New York Central ................... 19% North American....................... 21 Vi Northern Pacific....................... 13% Ohio Oil ....................................... 9% Paramount Pictures ..............12% Phillips Petroleum ..................42% Pacific Gas and Elec..............28 Va Packard Motor ......................... 4% Public Service of N. J.............30% Pullman........................................36% Penna R R .................................. 22*4 Procter and Gamble ..............55% Pure Oil .................................. 10 Radio Corp.................................. 7% Republic Iron and Steel .... 24 :«e*board Oil ..............................19% Sears, Roebuck .........................73% Shell Union ................................ 14 Vi Skelly Oil ..................................... 20% Southern Calif. Edison ..........22% Southern Pacific .......................19% Standard Brands ..................... 0% Standard Oil of California.. 27% Standard Oil of Indiana .... 27 Standard Oil of New Jersey. 51% Socony Vac ................................ 13% Sperry Corp................................40% Stewart Warner .......................11 Studebaker .................................. 7 Vi Texas Corp.................................. 46% Timken R B ................................50% Timken Detroit Axle ..............10% Tidewater Associated ............13% Union Carbide and Carbon .. 89 Union Oil of California ............18 Vi Union Pacific ...........................92 U S Rubber ................................62 United Gas and Impv’t .... 10% U S Steel ...................................67 Vi U S Steel Pfd............................115% Vanadium .....................................26Vi Warner Bros ............................. 5% Westinghouse Elec ................118 Vi Western Union..........................22% Woolworth ...................................48% Yellow Truck..............................18% Young3town Sheet and Tube 52% Allegany Steel ..........................26% Libbey-Owens-Ford.................52% Curb Market and Outsides Am Cyanamid “B” ..................26% Arkansas Gas “A” ........ -----Asso Gas and Elec ................ % Cities Service Co m................0% Columbia Gas 5% Pfd..........— Columbia Oil and Gas..............2% Elec Bond and Share................9% Ford Motors, Ltd ..................... ..— Gulf Oil of Pa............................37% Humble Oil ................................69% International Petroleum .... 26% Lone Star .......................................8% Mountain Producers ..................4% National Fuel ............................ ..12% National Transit .........................— Niagara-Hudson Power ...»'s 7 South Penn ............ .......................30% United Gas...................................2% Un Light and Power A...........1% | Un Light and Power Pfd ... 28% | Un Light and Power B..........— • Malayan bees live on nectar the year round, but they continue to make honey all the while. Sometimes the huge honeycombs grow to such proportions that the tree limbs on which they are placec •give way under the strain. j Passages of the Carlsbad Caverns, N. M., have not yet been ; thoroughly explored, and new | ones are discovered every year.

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