Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas on December 5, 1933 · 11
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1 mer-ad-nger the t pro mth-sta-re in Lking !s of that : the onalapan :ploit junta itime is one back feel your ajhe )r all bottle n for and 'L!ougb dulls and L 1! id ll II N 1 ' I TUESDAY DECEMBER 5 1933 ' FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM—EVENING - PAGE -ELEVEN 1 irtliqr nrcnoir I TOONERVILLE FOLKS ' —Ftv RfItt-t p‘ linPIPP 11115P I mull T á I I DALLAS PIKP PRn !PIT iSFATTI P PM Irp RTLIIIP 1 1 'FALSE RECORD' Is CHARGED BY MOTOR LINE By International News Service AUSTIN Dec 5--Charging the record of its hearing before the Texas Railroad Commission was "deliberately falsified" the Texport Carrier Corporation of Dallas Tuesday filed suit for permanent and temporary injunction against the commission to prevent interference with its operations over Texas highways Texport has sought a permit to operate over approximately 1500 miles of highways between Munday and Vernon Paris and Tyler and converging On Houston through Jackson- ville- Lufkin Corsicana Huntsville and Conroe The petition filed in federal court charges the commission's Opinion denying the permit was "arbitrary contrary to the facts fraudulent and prejudged" It states that was denied a fair and impartial opinion because the record was deliberately falsified by an employe of the commission and so shows on its face" Answering the commission's opinion that the operation of the company would cause additional traffic the petition declares that its trucks already are operating and cites alleged testimony of Gibb Gilchrist chief state highway engineer to the effect that the roads are not now congested It also cites permits granted by the commission totaling 146 to other trucking concerns since Texport was refused a permit ROAD BEAUTIFICATION PLANNED 'IN TARRANT Beautification of the highways of Tarrant County by planting trees and shrubs along the right-of-way will be the object of a temporary organization intended to be made permanent formed at a luncheon at the Blaekstone Hotel Monday The gathering composed of civic workers members of the Park Board and members of the Riverside Civic Leazue voted support to the proposal of the State Highway Commission for creation of a maintenance fund for tighway beautification The Highway Commission's landscape architect Jac 14 Gubbels said the lack of maintenance funds is the chief drawback to highway beautification He told of Mans of the commission to plant S0000 trees along Texas highways in 1934 using a 90- OM allotment of federal funds To work out plans for permanent organization of the Tarrant County group a committee composed of Mrs Henry B Trigg J B Baker Morris E Berney and Mrs C D Reimers was appointed OLD T & P SITE MAY BE BEAUTIFIED FOR PARK A proposal to beautify the site of the old Texas and Pacific Railway station for a park is being considered by H P Mott director of the Federal Transients Center 311 Bryan Avenue as one of the first work projects for men enrolled at the center W J Plunkert Washington D C regional supervisor of transients for the Federal Emergency Relief Commission was here Monday and announced that men registered at the centers which have been established In 14 cities in Texas ' now will receive from 90 cents to $1Sfl a week "pocket money" along with food clothing and lodging in return for their labors He said recreation and vocational classes will be organized at the centers as quickly as possible and that all men enrolled will be required to work play and study He stated that $100000 had been allotted to Texas for relief of transients Stomach Ulcers Caased by Gastric Hyperacidity Yield amazingly and quickly to VON'S PINK TABLETS No rigid diet required Thousands have gotten relief at little expense If you suffer from stomach ulcers caused by gastric hyperacidity indigestion gas constipation etc write for FREE booklet Omaha Von Co 690 Keehn Bldg Omaha Neb—Advertisement It soothes and cools Father's fate and removes the after-shaving shine comforts baby's tender skin and prevents chafing and irritation and gives the finishing touch to Mother's toilet Price 25e pp: Potter Drug & Corporation Malden Mass alb CuticuraTalcum elorevergittember of the Jamity Like a flash pain stops then out comes the Lit broP rREEZONE on that aching corn hstantly it stops hurting then shortly you lift the corn right off with the fingers You'll laugh really! It 18 8c esy and doesn't hurt one bit Works like a charm every time A tiny bottle of FREEZONE costs Only a few cents at any drug store and is sufficient to remove every bard corn soft corn and calluses Try it! FREEZONE TOONERVILLE FOLKS EJ AUNT EPPIE HOGG (THE FATTEST WOMAN IN 3 COUNTIES) COMMANDER NAMED FOR GRAPEVINE POST IL C Yancy is the commander of a new America ti Legion post organized at Grapevine last week it was announced Tuesday by Leon L Park-man Twelfth District committeeman Max- Franks is the post adjutant The new post the name of which has not been selected has 45 members The members are planning a barbecue fiv 2 Records Broken The Morton Downey revue is a sensational success at the Worth box office It has beat the records of both Cab Calloway and Duke Ellington playing to approximately 1500 more people Saturciay than Callaway did his opening day The show deserves the patronage We yet have to hear anyone find fault with it Managers give Fort Worth real entertainment and it will fork over the greenbacks But not fr acts like some of the Panehon Marco units made up of beginners who practiced on the audience what they should have known before they were let loose On an unsuspecting public The Downey revue "Melody and Madness" will be presented four times today ending the engagement Downey is one lyric tenor who does not croon One does not heard him sliding up to notes and stifling semi-sobs like a sick sea lion He comes right out with a mellow tone and lets it go at that Melodious these Irish! "The Worst IN'oman in Paris?" "The Worst Woman in Paris?" will be presented Wednesday at the Hollywood Adolphe Menjou Benita Hume Helen Chandler and Henry Stephenson are featured Clara Dow Wednesday Clara Bow will appear in "Hoopla" at the Worth IVednesday Preston Foster Richard Cromwell Herbert Mundin James Gleason and Minna Gombell have other leading roles It la based on the stage play "The Barker" by John Kenyon Nicholson Coming Saturday Due Saturday: Worth—"The Prizefighter and the Lady" Max Baer Myrna Loy Jack Dempsey and Primo Camera are in it Palace--"Sitting Pretty" musical film Jack Oakie Jack Haley and Ginger Rogers fire featured Hollywood—"The Power and the Glory" with Spencer Tracy and Col-ken Moore This is the film for which the word "narratage" was coined "Narratage" is a special way of unfolding the story New Tenor at Worth Joseph Griffin a new tenor will begin an engagement Saturday at the Worth Program Called Off The program which was to have been given Monday nizht at Central High Auditorium by Teresina Spanish dancer was called off because of smallness of the audience Between 100 and 125 persons attended and their money was refunded YOUTH PLAYS 'SLICKER' AND GETS FIVE YEARS LOS' ANGELES Dm 5--For his brief venture into the realm 4)f high finance Edgar Peterson 16 who proved himself quite a "city slicker" in the Frnall town of nearby Chino must spend five years in the Preston School of Inddstry The youth was convicted of selling a club house an oil iderrick and other property which he did not own to a Pomona contractor Investigation disclosed that Peterson forged a bill of sale and had it notarized and sealed over the signature of a Pomona real estate dealer The vietim of the transaction F J Pomona contractor recovered most of the $350 he paid Peterson sor Austin Rabbito Talk Here Friday Rabbi Samuel Baron of Austin will speak at Temple Beth-El at 8 p tn Friday lie will conduct a large religious meeting in this city in connection with a nationwide movement of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations known as the Union Tour These meetings are arranged annually to arouse interest in the Jews in America on behalf of the national religious institutions of the Jewish people Rabbi Baron is one of 250 distinguished lay -and rabbinical leaders of the Jewish faith who are to conduct meetings in the next few weeks The Union Tour has been led for the last seven years by David A Brown New York City a widely known lay leader and philanthropist THREE ARAB LEADERS IN RIOTS SENTENCED JERUSALEM Dec 5—Three Arab leaders convicted of helping to organize Arab demonstrations that caused scores of deaths and injuries in October were sentenced Tuesday Jamal Husseini and Edmond Rock were given one-month jail terms and Sheekti Aluzzafar was released on surety of 200 poinids ($1021) for a year's good behavior Houston St Seventh All New Materials Suedes Kids Patents Etc These Are Well Known Hugo's $394 and $5 Shoes I Blues Grays Browns Blacks By Fontaine Fox I 7 (0 (Pentaine Ills) O'Brien to Be First Mayor on Pension NEW YORK Dec 5—Mayor John P O'Brien upon his retirement Jan 1 becomes the first of New York City's mayors to quit office on a city pension since institution of the pension system in 1920 his yearly! pension of $14933 stands as the largest single pension Option filed to date with the board of estimate Since the city employes retirement system went into effect Oct 1 1920 it has become applicable to nearly 45000 employe-members with a retirement list of 1700 and an annual pension disbursement of about $2- 500000 a year The city employes system is one of 11 pension funds under which public servants of New York City are obtaining pensions estimated to total nearly $29000000 annually Prior to Mayor O'Brien's notice of retirement the largest pension option taken out by a city employe was that of Comptroller Charles Berry who retired recently on $12000 a year Hohenzollern In Mexico MEXICO D F Dec 5--Louis Ferdinand Hohenzollern former prince of Prussia arrived Monday by airplane to visit friends He came from El Paso Et: SAILIE CIF FEN'E FOOTWEAR 803 at itt)5G) Houston Seventh Street biSkIE IMRE All Sizes I V2 to 9 Widths AAAA to "B" Don't Miss This Early Sale - SPECIAL—also a shipment of PEACCCEt SHOES' Regular $10 and $1250 iftl Famous "Peacock" Fine Footwear rik) FUNERAL DUE Funeral services for Miss Gladys McClure 18 known on the screen as Linda March will be held at 2 p m Wednesday at Robertson-MuellerHarper Funeral Temple and burial will be in East Oakwood Cemetery -Bev C E Matthews will officiate The body arrived here Tuesday from Los Angeles Miss McClure former resident of Fort Worth was a sister of Adrienne Ames movie actress who recently married Bruce Cabot actor The funeral services in Los Angeles were delayed pending their return to California from a honeymoon trip to Honolulu Miss McClure died Nov 26in San Francisco as a result of an automobile collision Her mother Mrs S H McClure accompanied the body here Miss McClure attended Tenth Ward School in Fort Worth She completed studies in a finishing school at Chatham Va and went to Hollywood to live with her mother and sister She had played several small parts in pictures Other survivors are a sister Mrs C J Merrick of Miami Fla three brothers Sam Joe and Woodrow McClure of Los Angeles four uncles Walter M and G O McClure of Fort Worth L W McClure of Glade-water and W V McClure of Dallas and three aunts Mrs W Kink le and Misses Amanda and Maud McClure of Fort Worth INTERURBAN LEAGUE WILL MEET TONIGHT The Interurban Business Men's League will meet in the Meat lowbrook Drive Baptist Church at 7 :30 tonight J W Knightlinger president said The new school for the interurban district will be discussed I Vi 5 Wc a a A Here's Good News for Christmas Shoppers! at A To Be Found in Fort Worth Exclusively in Our Man's Shop—Street Floor MAN'S ir-1 SHOP ILate Actress A Z IVS3 I2a 3 IcMc3112g1Z11$:AM 3137gf3111137:3311fI3ta3 Featuring VAN - FIEUSEN "Town and Country" SHIRTS Miss Gladys MeCture screen actress whose funeral will be held here Vednesday She was the sister of Adrienne Ames film actress 6748 STATE BANKS WOULD INSURE CASH WASHINGTON Dec 5--Wa lter J Cummings chairman announced Monday night the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation had received membership applications from 6748 state banks which are not members of the Federal Reserve System All federal reserve member banks of which there were 5878 licensed on-Nov 22 automatically take membership in the insurance fund which beginning Jan 1 will insure individual bank deposits up to $2500 in full Cummings said that of the 6748 state banks which had applied 5180 had been completely examined as to their qualifications by the corporation's force of 1641 examiners and assistant examiners The names of all qualifying banks will be announced simultaneously just before Jan 1 The Most Talked-of Shirt in America With the Famous Van lieusen Collar separate or attached Vi pi Through the co-operation of the manufacturer who pi granted us a concession we are privileged to offer prg these famous Shirts with the many exclusive features pli only to be found in Van Heusen's at this special price Van Ileusen Shirts are guaranteed unconditionally against shrinking fading and are the only shirts whose collars won't wilt wrinkle or turn up at the corners A Colors: Sizes 1312 to 1712 ft R Sleeve lengths A il Tan Blue Grey 33 to 35 W tl Green lylio White tts and Pin Stripes Mail Orders Filled 1 k14 - A - ' W iI BUY VAN HEUSEN Town and Country SHIRTS for il i7 your own personal needs and for Gift Giving w I1IIRI TzgaziAr'cix3Ac531:a W DALLAS PIKE PROJECT - EMERGENCY PROPOSAL AUSTIN Dec 5—The Texas Highway Commission Monday advertised for bids on $670000 worth of emergency construction proposals to be considered on Dec IS Aropng the proposed projects is an underpass and drainage facilities on Highway No 1 between the Tarrant County line and Dallas where the highway crosses the Texas and Pacific tracks AIMWMIZ13:333Zta3:FIV:A3Z13:::131:Mtal:VA IzaWilcs3 a A A A A A bports Jr Coats origgnally $ I 685 g $2975 g A fine SALE this! 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It shows Little America g and the Byrd Base Includes all changes up to present g date Buy for your own use for gifts! it's the gi greatest value for the money we've ever seen! a g BOOK SHOP MAIN FLOOR c ? --7 LIft 1 All 1 ATIFAIE41 WOPMS - FA I 4 ' g - pvZPZxaxzzaxtgizlravawZtaoaze'sgisa''V:gn' vl g $500 coats P-gra :-!:-OeFOF :!!'':a:itiV:-4" I from 99 eents to LSO a week -pock- '''"7-r“P ''"-""° aLl '" 's bc"J'- et money" along with food clothing 1 and lodging in return for their labors He said recreation and vocational s will be organized at the cen- ' ters as quickly as possible and that sous like a sick sea lion He comes right out with a mellow tone and lets it go at that 3Ielodious these Irish! "The Worst Woman In Paris" SAILE 07 w w featuring ii M W g - - !7:?!7:-: ::::t classe g ::::::::::::::::: g :::::::: ::::::::: ill men enrolled will be required to "The Worst Woman in Paris?" 1 FEN'E FOOTWEA El 1 VAN FIE USEN II wg $ 95 ':----''i-E:4:: cr"tooltir It 7:-:::::-::4w srt work play and study Ile stated that will be presented Wednesday at the '' W Z ' $695 coats: $100000 had been allotted to Texas Hollywood Adolphe Menjou Benita ' W g ' ' thm ::1111 me'tsH Pt for relief of transients Hume Stephenson are featured Helen Chandler and Henry 803 “ 9 ' ' V - :::: Stomach Ulcers Clara Dow Wednesday Houston St 43 )5 Town and Country 99 ' W glt $8 $5 95 coats- - Ceased by Gastric Hyperacidity ' Clara Bow will appear in hoopla ' at itt) ® c Houston W V g Yield amazingly and quickly to VON'S at the Worth IVednesday Preston il '"' ' rrsouK TABLETS No rigid rel diet required Foster Richard Cromwell Herbert Th sands have gotten ief at little Mundin James Gleason and 3Iinna Seventh Street V 1 W Li ' - $e95 00-"':' 11 expense If you suffer from stomach have other es ' -- - g ' 4ombell hth leading roles It W ' SHIRTS $10ulcers caused by gastric hyperacidity W 14 95 coats II indigestion gas constipation etc write ig based on the stage play "The ri w g - g for FREE booklet Omaha Von Co 690 Barker" by John Kenyon Nicholson ' THIRD FLOOR Keeline Bldg Omaha Neb—Advertise- It VI li g A - Due Saturday 4 ment Coming Saturday 1C111:51 k 1 E IPIRIICIE ' W ThWith e Most Talked-of Shirt in America Famous Van lieusen Collar ii 1 : b - g C Worth—"The Prizefighter and the ullcuraTalcum Lady" Max Baer Myrna Loy Jack ' il ' separate or attached o $ Dempsey and Primo Camera are in it V V it 11 eloreveryAtember Palace--"Sitting Pretty" musical W - - : vl Follow -Byrd's- CoConquest E 1 of the jamtly film Jack Oakie Jack Haley and 1 Ginger Rogers nre featured Hollywood—"The Power and the V Glory" with C 5 (II 9 5 of he Antarctic WI v g - ' t It soothes and cools Father's fate leen Moore Spencer Tracy and ol- ll at This is the film for IA and removes the eftmehavieg aline which t11 word "i2arratage" was g - - - coruendingargetasgteryis - comforts baby's tender skin and pre: cadi o a special way R with your own - A Vents chafing and irritation and gives t R the finishing touch to Mother's toilet- New Tenor at Worth k V cl Joseph Griffin a new tenor will All New All Sizes V V g - 117 - f g w 11 orld Gl o b e - g Price 25e iPP begin an engagement Saturday at the Materials 112 to 9 - V " i ---- -- ProPrietors: Potter Drug & Cbemical Worth V Corporation Malden Masa — Suedes Kids : Widths AAAA Through the co-operation of the manufacturer who g Program Called Oft "B" : Patents Etc R granted us a concession we are privileged to offer g g ‘ 4 - The program which was to have -4iti 1 i'q!- ' given Monday nizht at Central - - a these famous Shirts with the many exclusive features ' 14 ri 95 : 44 g- tt5:::::1 been g 01 Hh Ad by Teresina Span- at this special price ii ul Ofi'''4--'o77‘a-i : f ig l' ish danceru itorium was called off because of These Are Well Known l t b found Van Heusen - 14 only o e oun in 's g g w n ' ' 4n-ZI:IF -7:4:::::iq!t:::"- : g ' exceptionally ally k1!-Z::: ::' "i:: : 7:::441:-!i'''':' :7': 1 :: ' ''' - ''' '''''' '''' :'i :- fil smallness of the audience Between : ai i ino n '::: 'i ti r::: Hugo's $394 and $5 Shoes R ' i vi:::- s::-'- - :: :: 100 and 125 persons attended and their money was refunded 5 ' ii ' Ileusen Shirts are guaranteed uncondi- li )ig :?r?--ikKN:y: low pric e ! t'-i:::::Z-:::i-: k:1-:-4!- : - 2 es - ::::-:: ::: -: il ::!' : ' ':::::':'::'i: c YOUTH PLAYS 'SLICKER' s Van i tfft AND GETS FIVE YEARS '' --"-' r- - - :: - Blues tionally against shrinking fading and are the - - W W g t:C:::--7::::::-:::''1c:::??:::::i-7::::-J:‘?-i::: igt7 '''::':::Irs'ST'k:::74-75z" :':'-:-:-:::':A:!!!::! fr 4::ey 1 ' 1-"''1- Grays only shirts whose collars ‘1 ' i - 1127-:' ' 410'1°i14'r' ' - Browns a t 14 Won't wilt wrinkle Vi 1 A De Luxe Globe hand-made :‘'1i1-:''1':::::::'':'i:':::1-:''i:4:''''":r:::::''::'::H:'-:::::'::'ifos ''':''": M - 'e'::!-7-:' No::::::00: LOS ANGELES Dec 5--For his er c- iEt i k10-:lt' - rowns 1por-- W N of 3-ply laminated fibre Niliir':::II:A-:::::'77:lir--b:::ii i OW 41'S s-::'i'i'i:'::''N:ii' brief venture into the realm 4)f hgh - 7:Som' 't-- - A-0- 1 ': V or turn up at the corners fA r -L4 -:'':i4fre'" ' W - W g - WILL NOT DENT! Is wash- --c :::i::::::i: :- ::::::::: finance Edgar Peterson 16 wh Blacks o t---'7"4: ' fli tx -:ii-:?::J:Kr:-:: eor :::: --::::::::: proved himself quite a "city slic ker" ' lA 11 ii able and Will retain its beauty - official 1 ) Colors: er''':i---: ::V--Hi:'i in the small town of nearby Chino - - 1 il ' Sizes 1312 to 17V2 --- W - and lustre permanently -: f-" - --:0i must spend five years in the Preston t: — co-tr i "B Y RD" ''' ' :' - : ' : -':::: :''' School of Indelstry il Tan Blue Grey Sleeve lengths 33 to 35 Mountings are of the newest be ' Gl W g - o w — ' -:i!n The youth was convicted of selling t Don't Miss This Early Sale tl Green Helio :White A g W w - designs making a balanced ' 'I' 'tyt ''i: M11:::-:"':' a club house an oil iderrick and other t!1 and Pin Stripes 31ail Orders Filled L1 -7: property which he did not own to a P ' g - I 11 ensemble to grace the finest Lthe a flash pain stops Pomona contractor Investigation dis- t ilk- --look---"! il closed that Peterson forged a bill of t li - - W ri home --- : --r----- then out comes the sale and had it notarized and sealed -0 ' SPECIAL—aIso a shipment of ' i1 BUY VAN Country own an HEUSEN Td SHIRTS for il t4 With this modern Globe you - can follow Byrd's g over the signature of a Pomona i real estate dealer 4 i iThe vicntimo o: tchnen tiirtsoarctixe0 Pe J( C 'lay ' B xler P m n t v e I I most of the $350 he paid Peterson sm- 'PEACCCEt 811110ES' Regular $10 and $1250 Famous "Peacock" Fine Footwear 1 - your own personal needs and for Gift Giving 1 1 r and the Byrd Base Includes all changes up to present t ‘ ' To Be Found in Fort Worth every dramatic discovery ! : It shows Little America A w g i t7 g date Buy for your own use - for gifts! It's the g :CflittlMANDER NAMED a) w Exclusively in Our ga greatest value for the money we've ever seen! - - g ask men eurvilto work play and st $100000 had be I for relief of transi Stomac Ceased by Gas Yield amazingly al PINK TABLETS I Thousands have g expense If you ulcers caused by indigestion gas cc for FREE book let Keellne Bldg Om ment GlICUI 7or ever of the It soothes and and removes the comforts baby's t yenta chafing and the finishing tout Pri4 PrOPrietOrS: Potte Corporation - ex -- 4 ' Like a flash I 1 then out ( id kll C 411) — Drop FREEZONE I corn hstantly it si I shortly you lift II i with the fingers Yc It is so easy and do Works like a charn fs A tiny bottle of I alai only a few cents a rel 4 f:v o i and is sufficient to torn soft corn and FREE :"r'r:''''''''7''''''''''':Z71"?):!:°::'':-:m:""""':: ' $070000 worth of up Monday for a steer that jumpeIl Commission Monday adyer- police department held the last round- - 1::::: " :-:- ::-:!-:-:::::::-:::::4::::::::::::i:::::: o: -x:N:-::-:- :-::::-:-:-:A:::::-:-- :: trilsiegdhwfaoyr bCid on: l' '' '':f::::-: ::'::i:'::'':::::::-:::::::'-:"::::-:::-:::':::::1:i::::::::::::':::::::::-:Al1::::i' emergency construction proposals to two 8-foot fences at the stockyards ::s::'-:::''': :------::: ::::i -:::--!::iSif:-:ii:-'---::- b considered on Dec 18 and terrorized pedestrians and motor- :wi': ::::: :: :::-:-:":----:1 I ":::::-::ii:i--:-i::jA e co s :::::i:: '-:::::''''''''':"--7:'::::-L::::::' - Among the proposed projects is an ists - ' :-::: ::' :Y:'AN6-ii-:':'::':1 :::::::':"1 underpass and drainage facilities on ' Officers G C ' ''':'"-K::i-:::i-::::- :-:::---!---:::::--: 1 414:::'::-:'':':":'::-A:--::71111&:-::-) y ':"-:::: : Jensen and L L i:: Heighwt-yayliNne(3 alndbetDwaelelnas thzbTeraerrathnet car and meohuansetedd tti?heeisrteterrusstiyx p?rlooewklse 1- :$ r -:'!::Y:::':::::--::--:::!-:::-::::::'-?:::i::::::::::11 ::- 0 C :i:i1:: highway crosses the Texas and Pa- shooting it 20 times before it sue '-'-' '' f:::: 5!:-:::--:t::::-:ai-::::: - :::::::-::::::: eifie tracks cumbed '':S'$--v- :::'-'-::-::::-::::-: -:-:::::: V 31513taIztaIx:3ilz53 ':---11i wrfs:::?:::i:::: :::::: gAzzcs:a3z31z3cmta3xtai:v13:a3r:a1 : iP -::'' :--':'-:k---' 410 ::'::: :-: Zi - 3:4r46ft --m I:': --- ---- 'ii-i:':- ::: I :i::::---:' :::-::: n E--:-::::-:-::::-::::-:-:---:-:--:::i::i:a:-:-:-- r::ai-r::i-::--::::::4---::--:::-:iiE:i'--::4--om Li g :: :::4) ::-: :::-w 1::: : :::::::::i : :i::Tiill:::- :$:-: ' pr i - g 1 :m::::::::::0ms: ::-::-:::::- -:: t:$::-:1- :e: If -- :iov:::::!: : q9:- z n ti ' LI ji:::::r'-:::::::'::iZ::-2:':iik '' k '62: : Vt I14 F ::':$10 r0' !I:::: M 4er - g 15P::: :t'sk?::200$' ' :f --4si g b I 3s0 Sli": 47W :'6v-57::::4v4044 44' 4 '?:::::-::: te rt 41 ' g Al 7 4Sred I g Miss Gladys 1teClure screen se- g Ott or g tress whose funeral will be field here yi Vednesday She was the sister of 11 - r i Adrienne Ames film actress St271 ti g 1 as g :: 69748 STATE BANKS : Vi g t (g n al - n SEAR — vivzno4 I Li I ' I It m n "7:'::4:---?' '': ks::: uc ita we'''r:: nr t g :!:! 1::- 11 :::: ::: 4 g )a s kt--41 --' :)::: -g 8 5 :::::::::i":1::::::)::5 6 i i::30 r i::ia ?:i::::::::0! 4-: g ::: :::01:i:::?:::01:::::::: z( t's - I U I - - I n'r'tileik'''ee?''(gl:iVWf4e'::1 MF ::t! :ii:0001' ::':!r' -:::: -4n - -: - : ':07- - :7-::::-::::iI' - ---::: li ie' ri 4:1 A fine ' SALE ' - this l ''?'::::---- '---li:----:ik -:': Here's Good ":-' - ' R LI Good looking Tweeds in :!::--4xs??'::-':":$::: - g :!:pi0 News for - :NF--:g- W g attractive Brown Blue A '': ta::::: --: g - w g Tailored on the classic at ?: :-iii?::ii!:i! ::-:::1-:'T::iirctiAfil:i g io1PM ' ' Christmas - --:-:-irri:: ir -'i-::- 4 :: riv ' li g and Gray :mixtures iii $7:ogi::-ittr::t: A-': g - - - '':::::"- Shoppers! :- 4- ' m n lines that all Tweed "14 VI lovers demand Nicely - :zei: : - i Ts t 4 k 4 14 IA finished and silk lined -i!t:: : ! g - ' ' - '- -'k:?z-- ': w g 4---:' ':i :-:-:: : :i:::::-: :4 - -':- :: :1' W il ' "I'StkiZtt A li R 14rf-::::-- :::-J- -tz-i42::-"::1117:::!::!:::::::y -::: 1 -::::: — -1i ::-: w g ain Coats z Atv:::: : w ii '1 41114:-::-:2:l1::0 ' z - W A xx :--: - Reduced ' g:--xNti-x- ----- :: ::: ii g :- I :::::-4 5- g A :±- o t wail Ili g Rubberized PLAIDS Vi:V:Sr:' ::i'trA441:::: t1' ' w ti SUEDES Cravanetted bi:::gi:'A--i-:::::A::p'4 04 It - l ft ---k:-:-4:t:iiimiK:?i -: ''411° 4 11" W g GABERDINES and Lain altng::::i::::::::::::-:A S pecial t-' W proof Silk Crepes Truly l'piif-:e1:6kiii :2'1:::-A'4::-' g A---- Event 4"--- v A - a- welcome gift to any i-::iwio::::::kidiV 1 1 -:!!::::- : 74:-7::::::::c- g A rb tq active young lady on ::-::::::::::sr::?::-:-i:sK- : Nuevetoto ke07V -Nk it ist your l natinns ist Notewortny- Kiesidettiom I - rpa ' ail - 0 $t) 95 1 — -- -- - -- - --- - '!:i!!?itr-5?::!:?:5-'-:- :::-:rfs:::-i:s:::iii:::0 - :::!:-i:-4:::1::::::"-:f ::!!?:-i::::?:-:-K-::::-: ' g -::'-i'-fi:O::::::?Zi:-::: -7s-----:-:-:::::--- k4: g 5 -:?:::s:i::::::-:-4-:i: :-: "?-4 v — -k:i:x:Kt ::::s: s:z g I '''' ' iti':::::f kgi:1 :::- 9 x ' (4o& I I wig- The vietim of the transaction F J alb alliamdf gib iika Nair -mow -map- WM 'min- ming we m- moAmmor - Ilixler Pomona contractor reeovered I most of the $1541 he paid Peterson Regular $10 and $1250 To Be Found in Fort Worth ti g and the Byrd Base Includes all changes up to present g w date Buy for your own use for gifts! It's the g 4 t aching 'COMMANDER NAMED SPECIAL AT 61 Famous "Peacock" Fine Footwear 0 Exclusively in Our 9 WI ri v: g greatest value for the money we've ever seen! 1 Mg then FOR GRAPEVINE POST -kg i0?-- 40 c Ns-1 W right off Cit 4til Man's Shop—Street Floor Pc A its g BOOK SHOP MAIN FLOOR g I really! IL C Yancy is the commander of a 1 $ os 70141- s ili5 t one bit new America ti Legion post organized 1 p 9 time at Grapevine last week it was an- ga dt 0 c ? NE costs nounced Tuesday by Leon L Park- 61iti ffleD 461 I g ug store man Twelfth District committeeman t e 1' - PAIR W )kTIHI - MAN'S 111 agillRal li ti Alli11-11E11 WOM F ma ery hard Max- Franks is the post adjutant e- ep -i-t :i5 savb 9 itl I SHOP I-IF 4 - - I 4 - n Try it! The new post the name of which has - ---Usilt 411 not been selected has 45 members W W n ' 'Ikl E The members are planning a barbecue 1 fpr Dec L'Ot '-itaStZ3iZSX:Mci1:WztlZAZII:ZI:5WLIZII:Mtlitnlail p-1711:airaIZMEZW:Mva5ZIZLVTazgragMLWISASPILIMZelS1 t 1 u5 I AUNT EPPIE HOGG (THE FATTEST WOMAN IN 3 COUNTIES) 1 --- Z I -0-"-- I I II - 1 ? 4K - 014 vikizi ti NONAI D 1 ‘S (-ma tl V COli t 11 VA V N I NI VCS 1 A 0114ch 1 9 ' toIstG - slPtkVLo""r c frt U G'00 S a – 11 014 vc 61 wed it) 1 CRICK— ith f RIZY " 1-t---- vvklti 474 '''''''1"141411 11-et4 i 007- t'-1 v: 0 1 i 4tt : 0 0 I 0 s:: A ro 1 e :: I1 1 to 7:xz 411 al : id Fr v:) v li : :r0rerp ct 7 ri : 2 tO :e 1 a I PAc :1 11 : IP:014 s 1- - 400 a0o 60e-- 411munonne" S- 00000 a S"‘:1--- - W- )- 0 40 : I -Ps 7 1 1 1 h 4 0 I 0 P '''' t at 47 ' Imila ft '”' 1 6"' mmi"1118 """1m ""Za - 00 '"IIINC ' gym 4111 1:: 00 1 "1116 f N't 0 eN -'''' k V' ) "' 11 ) --1 1 I I k i':' ' 7 '7 1 e -1 ir ' e ot (0 Famine Tel MS) 4 0 The SHOW WORLD BY ROBERT RANOOrA )

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