The Escanaba Daily Press from Escanaba, Michigan on July 26, 1934 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE THE E SCAN ABA DAILY PR E_SS_ THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1934. BUREAU MEET AT MACKINAC Van Wagoner to Address Group on Island August 3 Murray D. Van Wagoner, state highway commissioner, will he one of the principal speakers at the meeting of the 1'pper Benin Mila Development Bureau on August 3. Mr. Van Wagoner will speak- on the subject of highways and the tourist busines in the upper peninsula, and his address promises to be one of the highlights of the conference. The executive committee of th* Michigan Tourist and Resort as sociation, the North East Michigan Tourist and Resort association. and the Southeastern Tourist and Publicity Bureau also will meet with the Development Bureau. The speaking program and general discussions of the Bureau meeting will he hinged around "Better Roads and More Tourist Business.” George N. Harder. John P. Norton and Ben K. Sparks are planning to attend the meeting. Now read the Classified page. I! OBITUARY DR. GEORGE EYCHWER Funeral services for Dr George F.yohaner, of N'ahraa. who died suddenly Monday, will be conducted at 12:30 o'clock this afternoon at the family home. Res-. Wilfred Greenword, of the First Methodist Episcopal church of Norway officiating. Pallbearers will be members of the Delta county, medical society with which Dr. Eychaner was | affiliated. Dr. L. E. Hamelin of ! Norway, Dr. A. S. Kitchen, Dr. I J J. Walch, Dr. G. W. Moll, Dr. H. Q. Gross and Dr. A. H. Miller of Gladstone At the close of the services th» body will he returned to the Alio Funeral Home and will he shipped to Milwaukee for cremation. Relatives who have arrived here for the services are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eychanner and W il­ liam Eychanner, of Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Alex Heussner, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Heussner and George Heussner of Marlette, Mich, and Mr. and Mrs. Wr. I,. Gibson of Detroit. Marine News New . .. 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Clarke, 2:25; Townsend, 3:55; Loomis, arrived, 4; Hebard, Burlington, 4:20; Acadialite, 5:30; Fontana, 7:45; Mexoil, 8; Saunders, jr., 8:40 Down: Joe Wood, 6:55 p. m. Tuesday; Fitzgerald, 7:05; Red River, Panoil, 7:10; Widener, 8:25; Grand Island. 9:45; W. G. Mather, Filbert, 10:20; B. H. Taylor, 10:30; Conneaut, 10:45; Utica, cleared, midnight; A. F. Harvey, 12:25 a. m. Wednesday; Edenborn, 12:35; Hy Ford, 1:30; Sam Mather. 2:50; Venus, 2:55; Ball Bros., 3:55; Barralton, Frugality, 4:30; Angeline, 5; Pam Schneider, 6; Renvoyle, arrived, 6:30; Quarries, 6:40; Ten. 7:30. Mackinaw City, Mich.— Up: Paisley, 6:40 p. m. Tuesday; C. S. Robinson. 7:10; J. Brown, 7:40; Byers, 9:30; Crescent City. 12:10 a. m. Wednesday; Steel Chemist. 12:30; Fairmount, 12:50; Peter White. 2; L. E. Block. 4:20; Justine Allen. 5; Maine Rogers, 6:50. Down: Joliet, 8:20 p. m. Tuesday; Morgan, jr., 10; B. H. Taylor, 11; Bittings, 11:40; otto Reiss. 1:40 a. m. Wednesday; Wilson, 3:40; Munising, 6:40. Cigarets in their modern form were introduced into America and Europe about 65 years ago. AUTO PERMITS ARE EXTENDED Half Year Licenses Are To Be Honored Until Sept. 1 The use of motor vehicle half- year license permits is extended to September 1 and registration of all unlicensed motor vehicles at the half-year rate will become effective August I. This announcement was made hy Secretary of State Frank I). Fitzgerald .after securing approval of a majority of the members of the legislature. The legisla ture showed clearly they approved of both plans to provide tax relief for the motorist. Not only will this action on the part of the I)°part tnent of State givr' reliet to the 400,00b motorists now using the windshield permits but it. will also mean added revenue to the state in permitting the uninterrupted use of thousands of motor vehicles. Many thousands of owners have shown that they cannot secure 193 4 plates by August 1. The value of tax reduction and tax relief to the motorist is shown by the fact that over 100.000 more motor vehicles are licensed for use this year than in 1933 and also by the ¡in rease in gasoline tax revenue which, it is estimated. will be $1,600,000 more in 193 4 than in 193 3. LEGION'S SHOW TO BE INDOORS Junior High School Is Chosen Instead of Fair (¡rounds Due to extensive improvements now being rushed to complotition at the Upper Peninsula State Fair Grounds, the committee in charge of arrangements for the American Legion home talent show. "The World’s Al Right,' has found it impractical to stage the attraction at the fair pari:, and at a meeting last night de cided to use the W W. Oliver memorial auditorium instead The dates of the show are Aug 1 and 2. Tickets are going into circulation today, and the large cast of characters is at work on the production. By holding the entertainment indoors, the committee will also avoid the possibilit\ of contend ing with cold or otherwise incle ment night weather which might prove a handicap to a successful production. Dillinger Rests Beside Mother Beside the graves of his mother and his stepmother in Crown Hill cemetery, Indianapolis, the body of John Dillinger rests, the scarlet trail which he blazed ending in section 14, lot 94, the Dillinger plot Indicated above by the old-fashioned tombstone bearing the family name. IIE RM AN SVI LLE ^the FAIR STORE 0(JTTH Useful Items in the VARIETY BASEMENT At Prices Slashed for Quick Sale! Sale! Hot Weather Toiletries Royalty Face Powder Debonair Face Foundation ( reme Cleansing Creme Roy alty rI issue ( 'reme Brilliant ine Powder Royalty Cold Cream Bleaching Creme Liquifying (Yerno \lmond I Ait Ion ( astile Shampoo y2 PRICE CLEARANCE! 600 Lairs Of (»iris' And ( hildren's ANKLETS A sale of anklets . . , «hen you most need them . . . right in tin middle of the summer season. Women's or children's sizes in «hite and pastel shades. Sizes (} to U 12 . Special al 2 for I5c ion H ‘rmansville, Mich , July 25 (Special) Miss Evelyn Schwartz ha returned to this city after spending the past three weeks In Chicago, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Miller and visiting with friends in Oshkosh. Mr and Mrs. Jack Klitnola have returned to their home in this city aft t spending the past week camping at Edgewood Beach in Menominee. I)r. and Mrs. J. K. Parish and daughter Sally spent the week-end in Blaney Park as guests of Mr. and Mrs. S Earle. Miss [one Allen has returned to this city after spending th ' past week in Escanaba at the home of Mi and Mrs. John Farley. Miss Mao Bartl «as a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall of Nor« ay. Master Russell Becker of .Munising i- spending a few weeks at the hour' of his grandparent , Mr and Mrs Gilbert Mattson. The Misses Dorothy, Marian and Elizabeth Maves of Oshkosh « ere recent guests ot Mr Evelyn Schwartz. Miss Ann Have has returned to tins (tty after spending the past few days visiting with rela ti\ s in Escanaba. Mrs. Eugene Sturm accompan ied hy Mr. and Mr Del Lombard, of Seattle. Wash . were callers at the Art Mitchell home in Iron Mountain on Monday Mr. and Mrs Otto Bartl were callers at the Bradley home in Menominee on Sunday Miss Gertrude Scliu ichtonberg of Nahma is spending a few weeks in this city as a guest of Miss Jeanette Gruewen« aid Miss Vernotte Pan/son and Miss t iara Bouchard of Kscannbn were callers at the Panzson homo on : Sunday, Mr and Mrs A Prnvancher have returned to thi citv after spending several days at Fortune Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Anderson and son Bill of ManLtique spent the week-end in this city at the A. Wallett home. I. W. Rowell lias returned after spending the past few days in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he transact­ 'd business. Andrew Vescolanl was a business caller in Menominee on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs Jerrv LeBlanc were callers at the Bushey home in Powers on Sunday Miss Bessie Greener lias returned to this city after spending th» week-end m Blaney Park. Miss Ann Kroll spent the weekend at the home of her parents in Escanaba. Mr. and Mrs. J. Langwell have returned to their home in Coldwater, Mich , after spending the past two weeks in this city visit ing with their son. Walter Langwell. Mr. and Mrs. August Wendt, accompanied hy George Nelnian of Escanaba. were callers at the MRS, BOURDLAIS Escanaba Resident Succumbs After Three Years’ Illness Mrs. Mary Louise Bourdlais. ! 113 North 1 01la street, passed away at 11:05 yesterday morning at St. Francis hospital after an illness of three year’s duration. Death was caused hy compliea- t ions. She wa horn August 7. 1896 at Nadeau and would have been 38 years old if she had lived until next month. For the past 20 years she has resided in Escanaba. Her husband. Earl Bourdlais, preceded her in death In Febru ary, 1931 The body was taken to the Alio funeral home to be prepared for burial and will remain there until Saturday when funeral services will be conducted at St. Joseph church at nine o’clock at a solemn requiem mass with Rev. Fr. l^eary officiating. Burial will be in St. Joseph cemetery. She is survived hy two children. Eleanor, 12. and Earl, Jr.. 11; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Ranguette of this city; and the following brothers and sis tors: Albert of Nahma, Wilfred of Great Falls. Mont.; Lemmie, Chicago; Louis, Norway; Judge Henry, Fred, Joseph, William, Mrs. Clarence Vogel and Mrs Fred Soper, all of Escanaba. YACHT VISITS SAULT Sault Ste. Marie The yacht Black Watch II. owned by A. C. Wells of Menominee, paid a visit to the Sault yesterday morning. The Black Watch II is a trim 101- foot craft of 41 net tons, and was built at Boston in 1910. Aboard her were guests from Shanghai, China. Also at the Sault was the sailing yacht, Atlantic, owned by the C.argantua company of Milwaukee. Aboard was a party of guests who have spent the past few weeks in the upper lakes. BRIEFLY TOLD Order of Rtineberg—The Order of Rtineberg will hold a regular meeting this evening at 8 o'clock at the L’nity hall. A card party which the public is invited to attend will follow the meeting. There will he prizes for high scores and a lunch. Elks Meeting—Members of the Elks lodge will meet this evening at 8 o'clock to make pains for the annual picnic. All members are urged to attend. I’aii' .’Wetling—Officials of the 1'pper Peninsula State Fair and members of the Chamber of Commerce fair committee will meet today to make arrangements for the erection of a fence to replace the section that was blown down during a heavy windstorm. * * * Marlin and LeRoy Monson and Francis and Wilbert Molloy left for Little I^ake for a day's outing. OEMS PLANNING COUNTY PICNIC Stack and Brown To Be Speakers at Outing August 26 Auditor General John K. Stack and Congressman Prentiss M. Brown will he the principal speakers at a Delta County pem- ocratic picnic, which will he held at Pioneer Trail Park August 26 under the auspices of the Young Democrats club, Arthur Sawyer, president of the organization, announces. Plans for the picnic and a dance, which «ill be held at Terrace Gardens. Thursday, Aug. 2, will be discussed at a meeting to he held at the court house here RELIEF LABOR USED AT FIRES Money Earned in Fighting Forest Blazes Will Be Extra Wages earned in the supres- sion of forest fires will be in addition to the budget allowances to persons on welfare lists, according to an announcement made yesterday by George E. Weingartner, chairman of the Delta county welfare relief commission. The compensation in forest fire work is 20 cents per hour. Notices have been sent out to foremen on work relief projects to honor requisitions from the state conservation department for men to he impressed for forest fire duty. Beginning in August, all direct relief orders will be issued by the central offices of the welfare relief commission in Escanaba. It is posible, however, that branch offices will be established at the city halls in Glad stone and Escanaba. These relief orders «’ill be issued about the fifth of each month. QUINCY WOMAN JO! Quincy, Mich., July 23. i/pi— Mrs. Sally Ann Wiser, a resident of Quincy for 82 years, celebrated her one hundred and first birthday Monday. She and her husband came to Michigan in a covered wagon . Signposts now being erected on English highways not only tell travelers their directions, but also provide a first aid kit to he used in case ot an accident. this evening. The meeting will begin at 8 o'clock. All Democrats are invited to attend. (’. Peterson home in Iron River on Sunday. Mrs. James Grogan lias returned to it >r home after spending the past two weeks in Menominee where she was a patient at St Joseph's hospital. J. Neiman and son John of Teeinsville are spending a few days in this city transacting bnsi ness. KNIGHTS OF. 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