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Monday. January 29, 1940. THE HAMMOND TIMES Page Eleven WOMAN GUIDESj THE CAMPAIGN; OF T. E. DEWEYj Politics Nothing New to the. Dynamic Daughter ot Mark Hanna N K W YOKK. Jiir 2 ' j . . - i l . v « -- | S h u t t r r l n j c polillcitl prn-e-dent. ft \ w o m a n , tall, d y n n n i i t R u t h Hiirmiij M.-C'onnlck Simm*. tod.iy U scuidlriK: tho c n m p n i g n of » prp.iiilt'iitlnl, j i s p l r n n l , Thomas K Uewey. i Co-M'iniitfvr w i t h J fSiMflrll J-HtrflKue. MM. Simrns. who *-nl).i: t h e "old«-«t l i v i n g r e p u b l i c - 1 (he f i r s t woman to occupy p r m i r L T i t position in i l u i ' j Glamour for Finland herself mi." Is *ii ii a Vrtmin In I'nlltlr* Politic* i" imthiiiic new l« t h r i l o ' i J t h t e r of M u r k Hiinnii. "Ill' 1 IIMII who nittde pi-r.-iint. " She hn.' m- t r r i l n l every r e p u b l i c a n o n v r t i l i o n .·iin:» IMMi. fii'it snw nctivr work in iin.tioniil h«:itU|imrter-» cif .1 political p.irty in 101- wuh HIP Progressive piirty ilurin); the revolt of Theodore Koosevelt. mid d u r i i i K her Ionic political i a r c n r h«i e i t h e r spoken of worked in every ronxiessionnl d i s t r i c t In I hi- U n i t e d States. Her poiilHm in th- Pnwey r u m i m l K n ii not Hint of mnrnlinlllilic women'* viU'.i nr t h e s u p p o r t of unmiMs: nhe's opposed to c r e a t i n g Wf.men's divisions. "lyrt's nit t a l k about women's in t i v l J i r s in thr citnipuixii." Mm, Strums nnil. "The siirne (nullifica- t i o n s in n rnr.dldnte nppcnl todny tn both men mid women. Both need t r a i n i n g In prncUcal politics nnd ed'.icntion on political matters." Her wide field of friend* iinrl (Central Press) New York society x'rls working for the "Help Finland Cabaret" to b« hckl at M a n h a t t a n ' s Waldorf-Astoria, wear Finnish costumes as they cull on Herbert Hoover, relief f u n d chairman, to tell him about t h e i r plans, l.rft to right, Brenda Frazier, Mm. Angior Biddle Duka iiml f o r m e r Prcsldnnt Hoover. SIX BURNED TO DEATH IN FIRES POPLAR BLUFF. Mo_ Jan. 29.-- j HNS) -- Three children and t h e i r ) mother are dead today, and another i child is suffering from a bum an \ tfte hand as the aftermath of a fire that destroyed their frame home 12 mile? west of Poplar Bluff yesterday. Th* blaze, was said t/i have started when the mother attempted to kindle a fire in a stove with j kerosene. i The dead are: Mrs. H e r m a n ) Mitchell. 34, and her three children.] M«lvin. -I: Rosie. 6, and Walter, 10 1 months old. Lucy. H. was burned on the right hand. Mother mnd Son Trapped in Fire HARRTSBURG. III.. Jan. 29.-J N S -- A young mother and the 7- year-olcl son she was trying to rescue were dead today after being trapped in a fire which destroyed their five-room frame home near Hurrisburg. The burned bodies of the mother. Mrs. Carrie Wallace, 31, and Don-'; aid, her son. were recovered from I the ruin.i of the home. Two other children, Tommy, 12 and Betty, 10, escaped from the b u r n i n g structure. Bodies of the victims were discovered a few feet from a window t h r o u g h which they were trying to escape when overcome. War Sees 'Sword' and 'Ploughshare'-- Side by Sido COLD WAVE HITS BRITISH ISLES UESSVILLE A M. Phon. Highland 391-1 LONDON. Jan. 3fl. - I N S - - A rulil w n v p w i t h o u t n parallel since t h e w i n t e r of 1815, when Napoleon met d e f e a t nt Waterloo, swept the British Isles (winy, t r n n s p o r t n t i o n facilities pellliiK l h t r wnr "'"ce iicr|iinintHi».T.i made d u r i n g her t u n p o n i r l l y h n m e leave paralyzing and corn- to cancel for mem- y r n r s of political experience has hers of t h e British expeditionary heen n KICII! help to her d u r i n g tho force lit France. prit-cONVcntiori campaign. Her f i r s t ' A brief a n n o u n c e m e n t xald that husband, Joseph Mcilill McCorniick, "severe weiithcr conditions" neces- wp.i first flepublicnn senator ,'roin ititntecl t h e .itep. The postponement Illinois nml Inter representative mid i win nssumed lo have bncn due to her second hutbnml. Albert O n l l n t l i i | completely dl.iorgiinir.ed railway Simms. wna ni.io n member of ihe! service, house of rriireHcntntive.s. | Thousand.-! of pernons were late Spoke for Father , lo work this m o r n i n g n.s hundreds Sho made her first politic..! speeuh j of trains and buses were held at a in n small town in South Dakota n t ! standstill. All surface trnnsporta- ibe age of IB. f i l l i n g In for her lion w»n in chnon as the wild father whose %'Olce hnd K^'en out wenlher persisted. frrm too mnny speeches d u r i t i K the Kvcry t r a i n In England was late McKlnley numpalgn. nnd scores of services were can- Mrs. Simms wits also an finlcnl. Wfirkcr for womnli s u f f r u u c , cum pnixninR to have women consldi'rcd Trains were - m i s s i n g ln Hcotlnml nml n o r t h e r n expresses reached llielr destination* a.i much Kntertalnii School Chtimit To a wist in celebrating her 16th b i r t h d a y Miss Elaine Ctir.iten entertained a number of school chums in her home on Colorado avenue Friday afternoon. Games were played and prizes were awarded the winners. To conclude the party r e f r e s h m e n t s were .served over one !nr$re table beau- t i f u l l y centered with a large b i r t h day ralte and IS candles. Before leaving for their homes tho girls sang tiie b i r t h d a y song in honor of their hostos* and presented her with many gifts. Host To District Clialrnirn Roy LaBounty of Post 232 American Legion w i l l be host to di.strict c h a i r m e n o f t h e e n t i r e county Wednesday n i g h t nt a banquet to be held at the posl h e a d q u a r t e r s , UiDth nnd Kennedy avenue. Ua- ETTEfisFJDER CASES UP TUES, LANDON AND GOP LEADERS MEET While Australia sends her young men and war machines to aid the British empire in the European war, the commonwealth does not forget that behind the man with the sword must be a n o t h e r with a plow--food being one of the chief essen- tials in prosecuting a scuccessful war. The picture above, taken near Wimmera, Victoria, Austj-nlia, is symbolic of this fact. With tanks manuevering in the foreground we see in the distance, a farmer busily at work harve-sting. as Individuals rather than grouped | as IS h o u r s b e h i n d schoduli. ».i a sex. The iftmlity of leadership (lint Is »n apparent in the tall di.itlncttve woman utmost upset a M i f f n t g e parade held In N'ow York. A high wind whipped n bnnner out of the hnn/ls of two young women who wora helping Mrs. Simms support It and blow her down n cross- struct. R u n n i n g tit top xpoed to keep f i l m being blown off her feel, she wns nmnzed to see the whole pirftdo t u r n to follow her. Regaining her hrtlftnce, she hnd to rnnke n At Home points In K e n t , snow d r i f t s were piled up nearly to the hou.no tops. In London a woman died in a bathtub. She was f o u n d sitting In a block of Ice. DRIVEFOfiliNN FUNDS NETS $54 t u r n to gel the parade back Into thit propel 4 street. G. OFC. PLANS LADIES' NIGHT Th« Hammond Chamber of Commerce's first ladles' night will be held Wednesday night at tho XV'ood- ir.ar Country club and will be high- Mahtsd by an address by Dr. Charles R. Gtlkny. University of Chicago dcnn. Ed Huckett. secretary, asked members to makr reservations I m - mediately by calling Hammond 1000. Members may bring guest*. he said, Hnckett amid that he «x- p-;ct» nt lenst ,100 rrservntlons because of the importance of tht meeting. Dr. Gllkvy will speak on "Our American Trusteeship." C. Bnllnrct H n r r i a o n , c h a i r m a n of (he Finnish d r i v e for f u n d s in H a m m o n d , n n n o u n c o d todny that J.14 already hns been obtained to nld the Finns. A m e e t i n g wnn held today by members of thi- women's dlvUlon. R u t h Foster hcftdod by Mrs. Sohtilp, uncl plnns were mndo onllst th« aid of every womnn I I ho city. Mrs. y d i u l p »aId that If a s u f f l Reich Marriages Increase BKRLtN, Jan. 59--U.P.--Mar- nage» hnvr Incrensed In Gtrnmny sine* tht outbreak of war, It wan announced todny. During October, November «nd December .18 of the largest German cities reported 100,Wl marriages AS ngnlnst only 41. -'XT for the same period of J193 clcnt »rmy of volunteer women can be organized other workers will not be xollcltt'd. "We would like to hnve at least 00 woman take pnrt." »hc snid. Drive hendqmrter» hnve been opened in the lob'by of the Hammond building. Searching Party Takes Up Hunt for 2-Year-Old Tot RURRKA. Cnl, Jan. 29.--(INS)-A party of ISO volunteers and CCC enrntlees entered the cold, woodid niountnln foothills cast of Eureka before dnybrenk todny In search of 2-year-old Robert McGaughcy, Jr. The sheriff's office reported the child vanished Saturday from his parents' cnbln In the rugged northern California mountains. A f t e r a futile hunt by the family men from Eureka nnd surrounding areas and youths from the Salyer CCC camp were pressed into the search. Today's Goofy Gadget Bounty Is first district chairman of membership committees. Iji Bounty Is .sponsoring the affair, with the aid of n few of the post members n n d members of the auxiliary u n i t , to demonstrate his gratitude for their work done In procuring memberships to the American Legion. A special musical program has been prepared. The Ewing; sisters of Bhick Oak, radio stnr.s, arc on tho entertainment bill. As n special feature Mr, LnBonnty has received the promise of district commander. George Hockbaum of Crown Point Post to a t t e n d the banquet. A r r a i g n m e n t of Carl Ettur, chief deputy trustee of North township, and Frank Shneider, Hammond department store owner, on charges of conspiracy growing out of the filing of an alleged false poor relief claim In 1938, is scheduled for tomorrow in Lake criminal court, before Judge William J. Murray. | Etler also is scheduled to be | arraigned on'a charge of attesting false affidavit. Both men were ndictcd by the Lake county grand ury d u r i n g December following an ezhaustive 10 months investiga- ion of relief expenditures. Chief Deputy Prosecutor Bcn- amin Schwartz said today that the rearing dates on the motions to qusah indictments against Shneider, Mary Grace Wells, «x-Calumet rustee; Nick Roknich, Hyman Doodman and Dr. A. A. Forszt, have lot been set. He said he had sought to arrange agreeable dates ivlth the defense lawyers, but to lato had been unsuccessful. EDITOR GROUP SUPPORT WILLIS Mr. and Mrs. Everett Shaw and children left Friday evening at the close of .school for Lafayette. Ind. where they plan to apend several dny.t visiting with Mr. Shaw's parents. Mrs. Ida Tuck was reported Saturday as being In a serious condition In St. Catherine's hospital where she was taken the first of last week, Ernie Llnback, who was taken to St. Margaret's hospital last Saturday to undergo a major operation, Is reported as doing nicely and was expected to return to his home on Alabama avenue Snndny. AUTOIST BOOKED ON DRUNK COUNT William Larschlel, 28, of 3426 Elm street. Indiana Harbor, was booked by Hammond police yesterday on charges of drunken driving and op crating an auto without a driving permit, Others booked over the week-end here; Harvey Mcriweathcr, 43, of 25'18 Buchanan street, Gary, charged with reckless driving; Steve Wai- cuana, 4)1, of 4416 Sheffield avenue, Hammond, charged witli Intoxication: Vincent Koslowski. 54, of 629 Gostlln street, H a m m o n d , charged with operating an auto without a driving permit, and John Dlckus, 24, at 102 156th street. Calumet City, charged with double parking In State street Police said Meriwcather and Wsicuana had no driving permits. JrMcnlc "Fly A "tly shoosher" for picnic .purtle-s. a, neat device which serves as it third hand. Is a masterpiece from the creations of Russell E, Oakcs, tht Wily Wlwrd ot WauhcohH, whose hobby Is goofy gadgiit concoctions. Note the rtt fingernail*. You're right In style with this fly shoosher. WTien fltes light on your sandwich, ju«t -M your back Is tuvncd -when you try »o' drink ywrr coffee. ·«« wag£lt your thumb and the shoosher shoo*hc« the (lies away: Millionaire Sportsman Spikes Marriage Rumor PITTSBURGH, Jan. 29.--(INS)-Dan Topping, millionaire sportsman, denied today there was any truth to rumors he was intercstet romantically in Sonja Hcaie. Topping, who was in Pittsburgh to confer with Jock Sutherland regarding a coaching job with his pro football team, the Brooklyn Dodgers, pointed out that his divorci decree from Arllno Judge, screen actress, does not become final un til April, and that rumors .he anc Miss Henie were to be married shortly were ridiculous. On Grounds of 'Dictatorial In-laws' Wife Is Divorced LOS ANGELES, Jan. .29.--(INS --On grounds of "dictatorial in l»ws." Mrs. Louise Gunter Hefner wife of Robert A. Hefner II, scion ( o f a wealthy Oklahoma- oil family today held a 1 divorce decree. She charged her father-in-law the mayor of Oklahoma City, am Mrs. Hefner induced. their son to "cater to them." Mra, Hefner tes tlHed: "They tried to dictate to us am tried to. tell me how to order gro ctrics and every little detail." Large com.1. deposit! Philippine Islands, mined to advantage, . fn Cebu, beinj HOLD TWO BOYS FORMTHEFT Jack Koehler. 17, of 920 State street, Hammond, and a j u v e n i l e whose name is being withheld, are n Hammond police custody pend- ng Investigation of their alleged t h e f t of the auto of Art Hess, 80 Forsythc avenue, Calumet City. Tho youths, according to Detective Capt. Sandor Singer, were in possession of lh« Hess auto when they were arrested in the alley at 570 State street by Policemen Harold Petrie and Mike Kambiss. Hess' auto was stolen last week from In f r o n t of S419 Calumet avenue. It is « 1937 machine valued at $400. Cells Assure Safety Of Old Bailey Judges LONDON,--(U..P.)--If an air raid takes place while Old Bailey is in session, judges, red-robed and be- wlgged, will go tc the cells. . There, far below ground, everyone from the courts will take shel tor. Despite sandbags and steel-helmeted police on guard duty, the judges keep on dispensing justice as serenely as ever. The scene is much the same inside as in peace time, except that prisoners carsy gas masks and juries are composec of seven men instead of 12. Show Brush Making J. W. Barnes, Hammond branch manager of the Fuller Brush company, today announced that the public is invited to attend screening of sound movies which wi'l' show how Fuller brushes are manufactured. The movies %yill be shown tonight in Masonic temple about ! o'clock following a meeting of loca" TJOBART X X Phon. Hobart 440-R ! Dance Tuesday Eve. The president's birthday hall will hall. Charlotte Sudakov, f i v e years old, of Valparaiso, will be feature FMC RELEASES BREAD FINDING i WASHINGTON, Jan. 29.--UNS ·--Reporting that various wholesale Bakers have advanced the price o" bread ont cent a loaf while the cos TOPEKA Kan. Jan, 29.-- "KsjiNi* D»y°* brought los«tb«r th« leading Republicans of the state and a number of the national figures of the party today. Principal business ot the annua! meeting was to name the members of the "Big Four' delegation to the national convention and to hear an important ad- drtss tonight by Representative Joseph \V. Martin. Jr.. of Massachusetts. Representative Martin, minority leader of the Sower house of congress, was Alf f. London's eastern campaign manager in 1936 and msny of his friends were said to b» planning to use bis speech as m end-off for his possible bid for the presidential nomination. Other nationally prominent leaders who gathered with Landon. th» 6 presidential candidate and present titular head of the party, included John D. M. Hamilton, national chairman: CoL The«xlor» Roosevelt. Kenneth Simpson. New- York committecman: Hill Blackett, Illinois oommitteeman. Winfield A. Schuster, of Boston. Mass., a friend of Landon, Uso w»« present. Col. Roosevelt is a supporter of Thomas E. Dewey, Xew York district attorney and a candidate for the. presidential nomination. FAMOUS INDIAN FIGHTER DIES INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Jan. 29.-- ! A group of Indiana editors today : started a vigorous campaign for :hc nomination of Raymond E.! soloist during the evening. She is Willis of Angola as the Republican | , d ; a r t i s t _ D u r i ng t h e - ' o f ingredients has advanced less candidate for U. S. senator designed j B ' * f - 1 , 1 , 1 1 1 ,t ' U u l n half-cent, the federal mo to head off some sentiment in the * rand man:h w h l c h Nvl!1 be held at \ uopoly committee today asserted state which has been opposed to | 10 o'clock, she will sing "God Bless t n e spr ead between the price o him. i America." Other numbers on her ', bread and its ingredients is almos Willis, who himself is an editor, j program are "Over the Rainbow," j as great as it wss in the summei ..as the party's 1938 nominee b u t ' "Crazy Moon," "Man With a Man- of 1938. was defeated by Senator Frederick j dolin" and Elrancho Grande." VanNuys by a scant 5,197 votes. ' F re d Baumer is baking a large The editorial group released a pamphlet which contains news stories and editorials supporting Willis from such prominent Indiana newspapers as the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, the Richmond Palladium, (.he Attica Ledger-Tribune, Columbia City Commercial-Mail, South Bend Tribune, Rushville Republican, Anderson Herald and the Grcensburg Dsily News. Members of the committee which issued the pamphlet are U. B. Gum- birthday cake which will be served ! during the evening. Baloons and i confetti will be distributed during : the special dance numbers. : Two Homos Damaged i A large hole was burned in the i roof of the Milton Brown house on East Third street near the E. J. E. railroad yesterday. The fire was started from a chimney spark it is thought. Friday noon the fire de- In the middle of 1938, the committee said ttic spread was higher than it had been for any significant period in the last 20 years. "This is another illustration of the widening that has been taking place in recent years in the spread betwen the prices of raw materials produced by millions of competitive agricultural and primary producers, and the prices of the finished products which compactly organized processors merchandise to con- SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. Jan. M, -- tU.P.)- Raymond Hatfleld Gardner. 93. known in army posts tht country over as "Arizona Bill," died in a San Antonio hospital last night A famous Indian fighter and army scout. Gardner lived a colorful life and in his declining year* had visited most ot the U, S. army posts. He usually took a muU named "Tippcrary" on his wanderings. Gardner was born in Logansport, Ind. When he was two years oM Indians captured him and he Uved with the tribe until he was 13, H« joined the Union army at IS and carried dispatches for General* Grant, Burnslde and McClellan. Later he served as K scout for General George Custer. Gardner was a pony expres* rider after the Civil war and tn 1891 joined Bill Cody'» wild west show and traveled around the world. Frank McDermonci of Attica; E. J. Hancock of Greensburg, and J. A. Kecfe ot Anderson. HEALTH BALL IN GAL. CITY TUES. avenue where considerable damage was done to the home by fire which was caused from the explosion of an oil stove in the basement ot the j building. First Rehearsal The first rehearsal for the PTA minstrel show will' take place this evening at the high school auditorium at 7:30. The minstrel including a variety show will be presented to the public on March 14 nnd 15 at Roosevelt gym. The show will be given as a benefit for the PTA student loan fund. Calumet City will hold its Health ball tomorrow night in Memorial park lo raise f u n d s for infantile : paralysis victims and indications ·· Ain»worth Election are that more than 1,000 persons will attend, Mayor William F, Zick's office announced today. Steve Maciejewski, city clerk and head of the ticket committee, said that 2,000 tickets were printed. Fifty per cent ot the funds collected will be retained by Calumet City for local emergency; the re- The Ainsworth Home bureau has selected and installed the following erally i:i New England, New York and Atlantic seaboard states, notwithstanding "public knowledge that bread prices during the depression failed to come down commca- surately with flour prices." LIONS AID PARK ATHLETIC FUND Instead of making a public appeal for funds, Calumet City Lions have underwritten the refreshment officers for the present year: Mrs concession at the 17th annual cage John Wesley, president; Mrs. Frank j t o u r n a m e n t ,,, Thornton Fractional Willy, v.ce president; Mrs. Lucile | H{ h achoo , lo ralse m for - . Ready secretary; Mrs. G. B. Gar land, treasurer; Mrs. Edward Niksch, publicity; Mrs. Glenn Collins, first leader; Mrs. Allan Recs-- at the door. maindcr will ba sent to headquar- | er, second leader; Mrs. Gust Lln- ters at Warm Springs, Ga., for aid j borg and Mrs. Edward Grundler al- of victims. I ternate leaders. Dancing will start at 8 p. m., I Maciejewski said, and those who Vocational Classes do not have tickets can get them I Llovd Vaughn, director of voca- ... ...__ .,-- i tional education at Hobart high .school has invited all local tradesmen and mechanics to visit his class of blueprint reading and estimating Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in room 101 of the high school building. Wendell Elpers, instructor, plans a demonstration and explana- I tion of blueprint making at that ! time. After a course of 12 lessons, i the second semester is about to EXPECT 300 AT POK AGON DINNER the Memorial Park Athletic fund for next summer's recreational activities. The meet started yesterday with Wons Casey Zajakowski, Dr. H. E. Brinkmeyer, Eric Brown, John J. Huck, Chester Spively and Stanley Bejger. serving as salesmen. They reported a complete sell-out of merchandise. Tonight, the salw force will consist of Lester Kelly.-Albert Kilmon, Ralph Kirby. Andy Klein, Whiting Kumie'ga, Art Liesenfelt and A. V. Lockhart, superintendent of the high school. « »«i£ i S3£-HHS that he expects 300 Scout leaders m o mh .r, in th» M«, n f council members and friends of i a few more members in the class of I metallurgy taught by Francis Moy- Feb. 13, at Woodmar Country club. - Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brincy of employes of the Fuller Brush plant.as soon as possible. Thomas J. Kcane, of Aurora, 111., Kansas City, spent the week-end national director of senior scout-: hcre as guests O f Mr. and Mrs. ing, will be the speaker. Donovan, Ca r ] Briney. requested that reservations be made j Mr and Mrs G j CI1 ; ew bur3', who Fish Elude British Lion 'Stalwart fisherman of Brandenburg, Germany, dip nets through holes in the ice covering their freshwater lake to haul out a record catch. The Reich is relyinjvheaviJy on fish to fill the meatless gap in the Nazis' war ration*, for Britain can't 1 blockade the inland lake*. have been residing here during the past six months, moved to Princeton, III., Saturday, their former home. Calvin Hanna, six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hanna has his right ankle broken yesterday when he wax pushed off from a sled by a larger boy while coasting. He was taken to Dr. May's office and was later taken to ». Gary hospital for X-ray pictures. Open house was held at the Sotb- man's store Friday evening from 7 until 9 o'clock. Durond, McNiel Homer company demonstrated Johnson Safe at Hankow HANKOW, Jan. 29. -- (U.P.)-- United States Ambassador Nelson T. Johnson arrived here today aboard the gunboat Lu?x?n, pleting an inspection trip com- from Shanghai which failed to develop a Japanese-reported attempt by the Chinese to assassinate him. KILLS HIS TWO CHILDREN, SELF MIDDLEFIELD, Conn.. Jan. 2». -- (IHS) -- Despondent over financial difficulties, a salesman for a Waterbury firm today killed hl» two small daughters and himself and destroyed his home by flr» after carefully insuring the safety cf hi» wife. The victim)! were Alden G. Schlosser, 35. a ginger ale salesman, and his daughters, Alice, S, *md Jeannette, 3. Armed with a Schlosser early small bore rifle, this m o r n i trussed up his wife with *. clothesline, taped her mouth to prevent her screaming, then carried her outside the couple's home at nearby Lake Beseck. were: His last words to her "When you hear th* first shot, it will be the oldest child." Schlosser re-entered the houM and severed the telephone wires. Outside, *biverbnr In the cold, his wife saw Schlosser going to room, setting: the from small she heard cottage afire. Then three shots in rapid succession. Aroused by the flames, neighbors ran to the Schlosser home and found Mrs. Schlosser. Charred bodies of the three victims wire recovered 'by firemen. G RIFFITH ET. American Legion Variety Showf Wednesday, Jan. 31. Griffith High school gym, X p.m.--adv. So a Senator Shovels Snow various lines of food to local house-: wives and a free lunch was' served j by Armour tc Co. Approve Nomination of Wischer ior Marshal WASmNQTON, Jan. 29.--(INS) --The Seriate 'judiciary committee today approved the nomination of Armistead M. Dobie, formerly dean of the University of Virginia Law school, to be the United States circuit judge, for the Fourth circuit, and a number of other appoint- menls. · . . . . Other nominations approved ineluded: William J. Barker, United.States district judge for the Southern district of Florida: Alfred D. Barksdale, Uniteid ' States /district judge for western Virginia; Thtxon .L. Caudle to be United States district attorney for western North Carolina; Edwin D. Bolger, United State* marshal for western- Virginia; Julius 3. Wschser, United States marshal for southern Indiana, and Albert M. Rowe, United State* marshal 'for northern -West Virginia. ; " ' ' ' . · ' ' · · · "Snow, which brought an unusual white blanket to ·evcrml southern states,' also broke a few winter records el»ewher«. For example, Washington, D. C. had a nine and one-half inch fail. Even U. S. Senator Claude Pepper of Florida got out the shovel, went to':Worlc.~~ ' "'.. ' ~ ' · ' ' . ' · ' ' ' ·i

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