1 . . , 1 rn.-.rTT rm rr ir'rrwinirnm.iriTiinrM m mn .THE NEWS-HERALD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1936, PAGE FIVE LAHDON AT WORK LAST DAY o WHY POT IIP WITH PIMPLES, WRINKLES AND A SALLOW SKIII? UPON SPEECH FOR ti in Central Heating Plant Sale Ends August 31 with MIDDLESEX J V X. . M M MM I BING CROSBY FRANCES FARMER BOB BURNS WEDNESDAY BARGAIN DAY So many women, throw their charm and beauty away look years older than they are because they neglect common constipation. They forget that badly balanced meals, over a period of years, can change how they look and feel. Often their menus lack the "bulk" needed for regular habits. Then constipation, the beauty-killer, sets in. Other -effects may be headaches, listlessness, sleeplessness. " Get "bulk" back into your meals with a delicious cereal: Kellogg's All-Bran. It absorbs moisture within the body, forms a soft mass, gently cleanses the system. Just eat two tablespoonf uls daily, either as a cereal or in cooked dishes. All-Bran is guaranteed. Try it a week. If not satisfactory, your money will be refunded by the Kellogg Company. Sold by all grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. Had 'Planned to Have It Completed by Now, But Cold Interfered With Writing Program. By JOE ALEX MORRIS. iBSTES PARK, Colo., Aug. 18. UP Gov. AM. M. Landon neared the end of his vacation, with details of his first campaign tihrust into Pennsylvania complete 'but with work still to do on the three major speeches he will deliver in the east. The first address at his birthplace of West Middlesex will run about 3,500 words when completed and is expected to deal with Federal spending and taxation. The Republican Presidential nominee had expected to have the speech, as well as those to be delivered at Chautauqua,, N. Y and Buffalo, polished off by now, so that he could fish until Thursday, but the slow recovery from a cold disrupted lis program. , The speech at Chautauqua, probably delving into education, will be shorter You still have an opportunity to arrange for the installation of a modern, automatic Natural Gas Heating System at an extremely low price. It will be to your advantage to ask for a quotation. PENNSYLVANIA GAS FURNACES Warm Air PENNCO AIR CONDITIONING GAS FURNACES Filtered, Humidified, Forced Warm Air : PENNCO GAS BOILERS Hot Water, Steam or Vapor HUMPHREY GAS UNIT HEATERS ; ' for stores, shops, factories, etc. LONG TERMS FINANCIAL GOSSIP ivM3 u- r if A B 1 end WAS SHE GUILTY OF THE "MERCY MURDER" OF HER OWN HUSBAND By ELMER ft WAX2X3, United Press Financial Writer. r ft X NOW PLAYING PARK Before it is too late, ask for a gas heating recom-. mendation for your home or building. You will receive expert service at no cost to you. United Natural Gas Co. NEW YORK, Aug. 18. DiP-JWall Street anticipates less than seasonal falling off in business in the near future, and hence many traders feel the stock market will show more and more resistance with the outlook favorable for early resumption of the rise. This week may see further falling off in steel operations as steel plants close for vacations but that only is temporary. STEEL. The American Iron & Steel announced today that the country's steel mills' employment set a new high in history in June along with payrolls. For the first half of this year the mills paid in wages and salaries $344,000,-000, against $2ft!).000,000 in the first half of 1935. Wages have steadily risen. Since June, 1933, the rates have increased nearly 20 cents an hour or more than 41 per cent, the institute said. The average weekly earnings for wage earners in the steel Industry in June were 12 per cent, above the average for 35 major manufacturing' Industries as computed by the National Industrial Conference Boaxd, COPPER. Each day one hears that the domestic copper price will ibe advanced to 10 cents a pound' because the foreign level seems to warrant a quarter-cent rise. A checkup reveals that a large producer is holding out against a ri at thts time. His- attitude recalls the situation that prevailed earlier this year when on Feb. 14 Phelps Dodge raised the price from 9 oenta to cents a pound. One other company followed hut the others held at the !lt cent price audi got the business. On April 13, -almost erartly two months after the lPhelps 'Dodge action, all producers came into line. Ifow It THREE TUCHEflS 1 4 PERISH AS PILOT r FAILS Tfl SEE TREE and less formal, but the final address of the first eastern swing to be delivered at Buffalo will probably run around 3,500 words. It may concern efficiency in governmental administration. To Visit Four Old Friends. Details of the journey completed over the week-end called for a visit with four elderly women who knew or cared for Landon as a baby at West Middlesex. The four are Mrs. Mary Reed Baird. of West Middlesex, know as "Aunty" Baird ; Mrs. Mollie Jennings, of Pulaski, Pa., who made Landon's baby clothes ; Mrs. Harry White, of Sharon, Pa., who cared for Landon when at the age of two. he returned to his birthplace on a visit ; and Mrs. Wash Dunham, of iSharon, who helped care for him and who, according to a letter to the governor, gave him the chicken-pox. ' - - -. - Mrs. Baird, who is 85, was Landon's nurse and the letter informed' the nominee that she recalled that he was born "around noon. 1 don't know the exact, time, but it was between 11 a. m. and 1 p. m." ' Mrs. White was quoted as remembering that "Alfred was so full of life. He hated to take time oft for his afternoon naps. Time after time, it was necessary for his mother to show him the hair brush before he would lie still and so to sleep. It seemed as if he just didn't have time for sleep." To be Guests of Mrs. Young. The arransement for Landoa to chat with the four women was made at his direction after receiving a letter from Mrs. A. A. Young, of West Middlesex, who said she would have the four as her guests on the week-end of the governor's visit, Aug. '.'2. "I know how Aunry Baird had looked forward to a quiet Httte chat with you in her own home away from the crowd," the letter said. "She is cleaning her house all up a room each day and then she is going to rest, up for your coming." HS-8. BVBRiSON, Wash., Aug. 18. CP-Three Ohio school teachers weTe in a critical condition today, following a PHOENIX, Ariz.. Aug. 18. TJP An amateur pilot's failure to see a tree while attempting to land his cabin plane was blamed for the deaths of four persons who were burned tteyond recognition when ttie ship crashed and hnrst. into flames. " Hollywood Ityund'Up MOTHER, UNABLE TO EEI SOW, PLANS EDIT FIGHT tiead-on automobile collision on the Pa cific highway, south of the Canadian (Copyright 1938, VnUei vm.) PRICE OF RADII'M C IT THIRD IN 15 YEARS VICTORIA, B. C The price of radium has diopprd more than one-third in the last l years, Major Harold Brown, of the British Columbia Cancer Fou n Jat ion reveals. Brown said the Foundation had Just purchased .'JVa grams of radium at a cost of $: per milligram. Fifteen years ago, 'he said, the radium would have cost JflfH) per millig am. harder, in which two persons were fatally injured. i Miss 'Fredia cnarn'oeriain, aiso m fihin teacher, was fatallv iniured and Harold Oroh, Vancouver, B. C was killed when he turned out to pass The crash also was responsible Indirectly for a fifth death. An ambulance speeding to the scene of the accident struck an automobile, fatally injuring Rosita Jfa-rtlner, 4. Attendants at the airport were unable to reach the wreckage of the plane because of the flames. The bodies were identified from charred bits of clothing t . a parked automowie ano crasnea neaa-on Into the teachers' car. Miss E. Brandt, Euclid, O., ' . Ethel nnlelMtTiw 43. Dovlestown. Ol. and Zoe iPrmiBURGIH, Aug. 18. UP Mrs. Virginia Duncan, of Phoenix, Arizona, was In Pittsburgh today to climax a long-distance battle with her sister over custody of Mrs. Duncan's' 7-year-oUl son. David. . Mrs. Duncan lefr David with her sister, Mrs. 'Grace J.awson, in Hollywood. Calif in J931 for. a "vacation.?' Repealed telephone calls shortly afterward to regain the hny's custody were futile. Then Mrs. Lawson moved to Itennerdale, Pa., bringing the boy with her. For five years she has ibeen attempt- Is believed there will be no rise until Thomas, 35, Rogers, O., were In sedous condition in a Burlington, Wash, hos ing to get David from her sister, .Mrs. Duncan said, and when she went to Rennerdale yesterday she ,was refused entynce into her sister's home. She returned to Pittsburgh and notified authorities. Pittsburgh detectives were unable to get the boy. It was believed Mrs. Duncan would take the fight to court. pital. They were ruling wita miss Chamberlain en route to Vancouver, Tt C... after ntwndtnir summer school all producers agree on it.'i- - Venom of the coral snake attacks the nerve centers, While that of rattlesnakes and moccasins attacks and destroys the red blood cells. Thll Torrey, pilot and Phoenix restaurant owner. (Steve lindsay, restaurant manager. Harold Baker, lee company executive. Dwight Hansonn, soap salesman. at the University of California, when the accident ocenrreo. HOLLYWOOD, Aug. IS. UP Film-dom'sr Veteran' performers yesterday mourned the death of John B. O'Brien, 51, who directed many of the screen's leading stars' of several -decades ago. fie assisted D. AY. Griffith in the production of "The Birth of a Nation." O'Brien,, died Saturday night following a fnajof operation ' He' had been in declining health for several years. The director came to motion pictures from the stage where he had been an actor'-undtr the tutelage of Daniel Frohman. After several years before the footlights, he turned to motion pictures and was credited with directing one of the. first five-reel films made, "The Life of Buffalo Bill." . Among prominent players of yesteryear that he directed were the late Wallace Reid, the late Lon Chaney, Mary -Piekford; Blanche Sweet, Mae Murray, and Milton Sills. Funeral arrangements were being completed today. Two youthful beauties who have been hailed as "future stars" by optimistic lili 'RALLY Of Wt IR Oil ! 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