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Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas • 5

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le A OPA Refuses To Increase Consumer Cost BOY DROWNED PAL TO END ARGUMENT DECATUR 111 Sept 18 15-year-old youth who police said settled an argument wtih a 14-year-old companion by holding him under water until he was drowned pleaded guilty to a charge of manslaughter Tuesday and was sentenced to from one to 14 years in the state penitentiary The defendant Dewey August Kalips was accused of killing William Mullins 14 in a pond in a cemetery here Aug 29 1944 Jurymen Called Thirty-six men have been summoned to serve on the petit jury during the fall term of federal district court at Abilene opening Oct 1 Federal Judge Davidson will preside DESTROY Headless Chicken Fed Through Throat Growing GRAND JUNCTION Colo Sept 18 01)--1 A Olson of near by Fruita took his headless chicken to Salt Lake City Tuesday to exhibit it and tell how it has been fed through its throat since Sept 10 The chicken's head was chopped off but it remained able to walk and flap its wings To a newspaperman who saw the bird Olsen explained that the basal portion of the brain remains on the neck and congealing of blood prevented its bleeding to death Mrs Olsen who had intended fry the chicken said Tuesday it is gaining weight It is led corn Nvo rms and water Noted Florist Dies RAVENNA Ohio Sept 18 (2P)--- Samuel Temp lin 85 nationally 7 known plant propagator and one of the oldest active florists in the country died Tuesday in his Gar- rettsville Ohio home WHY GORGEOUS POWERS MODELS BEM SHAMPOO! FORT WORT1 STAR-TELEGRAM-5 Wednesday Morning Sept 19 1945 To Seize Jap Gold LOS ANGELES Sept 18 (tP)-- Japanese gold totaling an estimated 300 million to two billion dollars -will be seized under a' reparations policy that will be "tough on Japan" Edwin Pau-' ley American member of the Al-I 11 0 I her Reparations Commission said 1 here Tuesday DRY sciup IFIELaltivets MOR 011IN FOR GIRLS and WOMEN A 7-11--' 1r 'rf2777' Refuses Headless Chicken Fed FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM-5 Wednesday Morning Sept 19 1945 1 2-: BOY DROWNED PAL 1 lier Reparations Commission said -tit''1 17 11 4 To Seize Jap Gold Tuesday 'i tri 4 17 1n'i-7 TO END ARGUMENT Through Throat Growing LOS ANGELES Sept 18 (tP)-4 c1 410-401 r--- At 0-c t7 increase DEC -k---' -4 -caw' t- 3 ATUR Ill Sept 18 Japanese gold totaling an esti JUNCTION bl GRAND olo Sept I eeding to death DRy sckilp A A 15-year-old youth who mated 300 million to two billion flit-fl: I 'Ar1W police 01 A Olson of near by Mrs ()ken who had intended torrimistwir rits1taitiven P-t' ItriAgrio ft jtCJ Consumer Cosi ment wtih a 14-year-old olice said settled an arcoin- u- 18 Fruita took his headless chicken to Salt Lake City Tuesday to exhibitlis gaining weight It is led cn reparations policy that will I fry the chicken said Tuesday or it dollars ill be seized unde a worms and water "tough on Japan" Edwin Pau-' A'- -11 i anion by holding him under 0 1111 'r i 4 1: 4gTk 7 water until he was drowned I id 1 pleaded guilty to a charge of manslaughter Tuesday and i it and tell how it has been fed ley American I can member of the Al- through its throat since Sept 10 uvo lc I ted Florist Dies 4 i 4 was sentenced to from one to The chicken's head was chopped I 1 14 years in the state peni- off but it remained able to walk RAVENNA Ohio Sept 18 II 0 pp' toul ik 4 l' 1' 1 '7-: Lf ---04- t- 47-4''' -A 4 tentiary and flap its wings To a newspaper- Samuel Templin 85 nationally The defendant August Kalips was accused of killing William Mullins 14 in a pond a cemetery here Aug 29 1944 I Imt)illaaenilbxrdhothsaw the bird Olsen ex- known plant propagator and one of at the basal portion of the oldest active florists in the ain remains On the neck and country died Tuesday in his Gar- congealing of blood prevented its rettsville Ohio home 1 FOR GIRLS and WOMEN i-- vitHy GORGEOUS MODELS 4 4 --'1 Jurymen Called 1 0 4 ARE ADVISEDO11 itREAIL sHArApoo 1 I 10: -Jt ri Thirty-six men hare been sum- moned to serve on the petit jury TO USE 0 -''-4 if 4 44f during the fall term of federal dis- v9e TZaelg-Zift0 AIZ''' 'S 1)'0' iirsrTA7Lt: trict court at Abilene opening Ikt: 1" 10 Federal Judge Davidson 117--wo 1 2 ilk '0'irvr 'it 4 '44c' will preside 01 4t r'4'it 'jHIn -7 DESTROY ::::::7:: 14 i44 2zilm4 r-1 A WASHINGTON Sept 18 OPA Tuesday night rejected a retailers' proposal that increases in the cost of goods now coming back into production be passed on to the consumer Price Administrator Bowles said "cost of which wholesalers and retail stores must absorb any increase in tnanufacturers' the "cornerstone" of price control OPA's retail reconversion pricing committee an industry group last month attacked the plan as "uneconomic unsound and inequitable" Bowles had agreed to take the group's arguments under study The final answer given in a statement by Bowles was that wholesalers and merchants will be required to absorb the increases as long as the resulting retail price remains "generally fair" WASHINGTON Sept 18 GP)-- tOaPii Tuesday eXrsTu night rejected a re- proposal that increases in ijtd the cost of goods now coming back into production be passed on to the consumer "eoPsrticoeflAabd smoirnpitsitornator Bowles said which and tail stores must absorb any increase in tnanu- facturers' pr the "corner- of price control OPA's retail reconversion pric- ing committee an industry group last month attacked the plan as "uneconomic unsound and in equitable" Bowles had agreed to take the group's arguments under study The final ansvver given in a statement by Bowles was that NV 1 a 1 and merchants will be required to absorb the increases as long as the resulting retail na vnyn in "crannyAllv (nil- Choose your job carefully Come in and let us discuss these openings with you and assist in placing you on the right job No experience required Trained instructors will teach you the work We Need: File Fillers Good Starting Wage Increase Plan Discount on Merchandise Purchased APPLY 8th FLOOR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE MAIL ORDER DIVISION Monday Through Friday 8 a tn to 5 Saturday 8 a in to 12 Noon Choose your job carefully Come in and let us discuss these openings with you and assist in placing you on the right job No experience required Trained instructors will teach you the work We Need: File Fillers Good Starting Wage Increase Plan Discount on Merchandise Purchased 41 -4 A RT1T L5 Give Your Hair This 10-Minute "GLAMOUR 1 John Robert Powers a foremost authority of feminine beauty always advises his lovely 'million dollar' Models to use only Kreml Shampoo to wash their hair This remarkably beautifying 'glamour bath' not only thoroughly cleanses hair and scalp of dirt and loose dandruff but it leaves hair so much softer actually 'tmlocks' all the natural highlights that lie concealed in the hair It leaves it shining bright for days! And Kreml Shampoo is so mild gentle! It positively contains no leaves It Milling Driglit tor clays! And Kre Shampoo is so mild ml gentle! It positively contains no Give Your Hair This 10-Minute "GLAMOUR Joh Robert Powers a foremost authority of feminine beauty al- hs ways advises i lovely 'million ALL FOR THE Mobley 1005 Jessamine (left) and Mrs A Barrett 3801 4th Red Cross production works volunteer workers filling kit bags to go to the Navy The local chater started Tuesday on the first installment of their 10000 quota to be filled for National Red Cross this fall (Staff Photo) Blowout Proves Fatal HARLEM Mont Sept 18 A rim blew off a tire Robert Breeden 55 was testing Tuesday nearly decapitating him He died a few hours later Peterman's Ant Food is quick death to ants It kills by contact or swallowing Effective 24 hours a day No odor Over 2000000 cans of Peterman's sold last year Get Peterman's today I 111 a 11 3 wuay harsh chemicals Instead its beneficial on base helps keep hair from becoming dry or brittle So buy a bottle today and 'glamour-bathe' your hair like divinely beautiful Powers Models do All drug department and 100 stores beautiful Powers Models do All our-bathe' pour hair like divinely drug department and 100 stores- Montgomery Ward IVIontgomery Ward To work together and help each other is the American Way In this spirit we say whether a client or not if you have an insurance problem feel free to call on us for assistance Two more Fort Worth men have been discharged from the armed forces and are entitled to wear the Honorable Discharge button common to Army Navy Marines a Coast Guard 1111C James '4 6 411 smith 204 Casa Blanca was dicharged from the Army which he entered in 1942 Formerly in charge of the Decatur district for the Texas Game Fish and Oyster Commission he has assumed duties as game warden for the five-county Fort Worth district W' 01' --01 Ile also Will JV a supervi- ion of Eagle Mountain Lake 1 and Lake Worth until a lake of- 5 4 'leer arrives to 1 It) take over those tdoube duties Sinn cc Smith replaced Wal- ter Tiner tlft 4 ho has been transferred to the Liberty dig- trict Harold Lloyd BUSH Bush son of Mrs Lillian Bush Lindsey 2905 Wedemeyer Starts Home CHUNGKING Sept 18 Gen Albert Wedemeyer commander in China and members of his staff left Chungking Tuesday morning to visit the United States Give Your Feet An Ice-Mint Treat Get Happy Cooling Relief For Burning Spring in Your Step Dont reoan about tired burning feet Dont moan about callouEes Get busy and wive them an Ica-Mint treat Feel the comforting soothing coolness of Ice-Mint driving out fiery burning aching tiredness Ice-Mint over those ugly hard old corns and callouses as directed See how white cream-like medicinal Ice-Mint helps soften them up Get foot happy totlaY ths Ice-Mint way At all druggists ef t71 1 PO COOK Gen AO 607-8 Southwestern Life Bldg DALLAS 1 TEXAS 2 More Fort Worth Men Wear Honorable Discharge Buttons Murphy was discharged from the Navy at Norman Okla under the point system He was a boatswain's mate first class and iserved in the Navy for eight and half years first enlisting when he was 17 1 111 Fleet Due in Atlantic WASHINGTON Sept 18 A naval force of 34 warships I will pass through the Panama 'Canal around Oct 18 on its way to I Atlantic Coast ports it was learnedl 1 Tuesday VIM LIQUID PROMPTLY RELIEVES MISERY-KILLS GERMS THAT CAUSE ATHLETES FOOT If you're discouraged about a mean difficull try Doctor's wondeff ul soothing yet powerfully medicated liquid First application relieve Itchy soreneas between cracked peeling toes and 'too contact actually kil germs that cause and spread Athlete's Foot First trial of Zemo eonvinews Amazing rimed of success! All drugstores Rend Zemo to boys in ZEr aervite mace makes linens and cottons whiter fast colors brighter i DISINFECTS TOO A I f'1 4P fy 2 1 that spoil good appearance of clothes Remember Mufti removes many spots from clothing made from a variety of materials 30c 50c and Si MUFTI THE MANY-USE SPOT REMOVER MEND BROKEN VASES :734 7Ze 7 1 1 dviozete dzip IN IN RAILROADING A railroad carries many things besides freight and passengers Today we're carrying songs in the hearts of returning service men tears of happiness in the eyes of loved ones who wait for them Even now our war job is far from finished But it will be the happiest job in railroading bringing our fighting men home again to a future of peace and progress in The Heart of t- Atoll DUI Op( 1 10IFDO I a Oil WAYNE I 7st tom ev Aor -FITT777777777771 III WABASHRAILROAD SERVING THE HEART OF AMERICA PETERMANS ANT FOOD 000AAMOI A A 11008060 A 1111 ANS lpoik 1 a-a: A4775-'21t -')-t 17-----t--- 4: 1Z- --4- I -t'-' '----A -V: Z' 'f'-'1'''z -'1-i! tle 4 7t i 111: u-'! 4 "14i- -t ---Z 'Z3 km SffdilIPOO '470 1 ErrY-ErcIrt men back from the war wearing the gold colored eagle of honorable discharge have joined or rejoined Folger's We've just put up a card on the wall with an enlarged picture of the little gold colored pin they wear So everybody will know them and have a chance to honor them as they deserve That card says "Welcome home" in about the only way we know to say it There's not much you can really do to show your appreciation and gratitude to a fellow who's fought EC It SILKEN-SHEEN HAIR EASIER TO ARRANGE througn a war and conquered not only the Germans and the japs but boredom and fatigue and loneliness Not much that any of us can do more than there would be if somebody here at home saved our lives We couldn't find an adequate way to show our appreciation But we'd want to know who saved us and we'd remember with gratitude to the very last breath of our lives And in some magic way perhaps that eagle on the wall will help keep alive the kind of spirit IFOILSEER'S EnIFIFIEEE THE COFFEE WITH THE FLAVOR ADVANTAGE 2600 WEST SEVENTH 'MERE'S AIki MGM 31 THE WM AT MGM that made a Marine travel 25 miles on Okinawa to see another Marine who used to work with him at Folger's (And between battles they talked for hours about coffee!) Those boys aren't back everybody at Folger's will be glad when they are! Each time we change the num: ber on that card with the eagle on the wall we will be saying another "Welcome home" Remembering thanking acknowledging in even so small a way their faith in us and the American way of life MOUNTAIN GROWN 1 li 11 ii it 14! 110 1111' Ui Ii: 4 'flf Men Wear 2 More Fort Worth pE tip Vfila TE It MAIM'S I 1 le Ts i 'spars 2600 WEST SEVENTH Honorable 1 ANT FOOD CERA SSI EH': SILKEN-SHEEN SARRANGE EN Nl Discharge Buttons teizf IF smufrp'oil good' appear- of clothes Remem- 1 er Mufti removes many spots from clothing Two more Fort orth men have Murphy was discharged from the Mil fll made from a variety of been discharged from the armed Navy at Norman Okla under the 1-ttrzzri materials 30c50c and Bi forces and are entitled to wearNavv point system He was a QZ FTI the Honorable boatswain's mate first class and Discharge but- in the Navy for eight and THE MANY-USE SPOT REMOVER ton common to '--111100 half years first enlisting when Army Navy was 17 MEND BROKEN VASES uaa 1T I in Atlantic 'SCEMENTA Coast Gd illkOlfi i Fleet Due Alkl EAGLE oistl THE Ptfigzg James '41- 1 WASIIINGTON Sept 18 liMAJOR 7775--ce smith 204 Casa A naval force of 34 warships soom--400 Blanca was dicharged from the will pass through the Panama Army which he entered in 19421 Canal around Oct 18 on its way to Formerly in charge of the Decatur! Atlantic Coast ports it was learnedl To work together and district for the Texas Game Fish Tuesday help each other is the and Oyster Commission he has as-I American Way In sumed duties as game warden for! PO17E111'111 LIQUID this ir i say whether a client or not the five-county Fort Worth district AT 1FOLGIEIRIS' if Wrisbi' -01 Ile also wild PROMPTLY RELIEVES MISERY- you have an insur- ance problem feel free a supervi- KILLS GERMS THAT CAUSE sion of Eagle 4 Mountain Lake ATILETEs FOOT and Lake Worth until a lake Of- 1 If you're discouraged about a mean eeon" iii- 4 ficer arrives to dttYlcull cae-jut try Zemo-a Doctor'S 113" 1 take over those siondentd soothing yet powerfully rnedi- to call on us for assist- 4 ance I a k- t' 1 duties in 0c- hquid First applicationa relieve 1 t1 1 tober replaced i rtc yooreneas tweencrac ked pselme flP) Wal- toes and on contact actually kil II I ter 'rifler has been that cause and spread Athlete's Foot First trial of Zemo convinews Azaeskst da Nk reeord of success! All drugstores 901-3 Anderson Bldg 6rt transferred to Swad Zemo to boys in Phones 2-7488 the Liberty dig- servite sizes ZEMO 4 trict if ilii-l111 ill -x eruggis Harold Lloyd t'''tii7-ft4': Pt If Bush son of -4 4sfv1107t-- giz: Mrs Lillian Bush Lindsey 2903 s1i114-1' Immo ii- Wedemeyer Starts Home As -e i i purr CHUNGKING Sept 18 (-P)--Lt Gen Albert Wedemeyer i Milltfit 1: 74 I Il 4 1111 ive 1 11141t7ifitt 1040110istatisbovelpii otilatL tilt commander in China and mem- 1111" -41--- L7 16 iii bers of his staff left Chungking Tuesday morning to visit the --iiiiii- United States I 71111 Ait 1 se up makes linens and Your Feet An fas 4 '4-- 3 1 1 Ilk i titly 1 t- cottons a ti: ''c4itt43V '-'41'' -a---irgop 1-A- -1 t-' 4 colors brighter i -A- -7 7-': 40-- Ice-Mint Treat sf--- I ng elict Fo i flu lhAa- 7-- -k ll NI Burning Callouses-Put Spring in Your Step ni le -I Get Happy CooliR t-i2 gt--- ---------titi Don't srroan about tired burning feet- 0 aoip' iiii give them an Ica-Mint treat Feel Don't moan about callouses Get busy and I --r-------- e'rc157---Z-----: i the corn- f-41-- 7-- o- li 1 4 01Poot tht forting soothing coolness of Ice-Mint driv- DISINFECTS TOO 1 toit-tr -4 4 -0 int out fiery burning aching tiredns tl- I- 'I-J 4-z-- i'c-z'--''- T- -'''4-i: II 400P 1-Llo Ice-Mint over those uglY hard old -wgi corns and callouses as directed See how -4 '-Z'IC'V''' Ice-Mhite nt cream ay -like At a medicinal Ice-Mint helpa 9--t1lt' 1 often them up Get foot hapP7 today ttktt --reA 1 i all ta -4i-t-------tS': 4 lt I 01 1 I 11 flit )11 Ili 1 41 'A IF ---Z- "1' '1'--- t---ta 4 '''''''4 4 t- '14-1r--- i s- ---ktn-z'-A-t---- ---t--- iril Aokp- i 3 ---i ill 4i 114i" "-tti II I 3 O' 19 Si3 i 4 7Ze 3 r- -2 1 1r It) 10IW- -1 i 0074 4 4 0 Ili 4 Frrry-EIGITT men back from the thmugn a war and conquered i that made a Marine travel 25 po 7- A- 11 -i war wearing 7V4ooteti ela i the gold colored eagle not only the Germans and the miles on Okinawa to see another liq a VP l-'l'-a i a of honorable discharge have joined Japs but boredom and fatigue Marine who used to work with i i IN RAILROADING or rejoined Folgers We've just and loneliness him at Folgers (And between '11 v---- 141 4- A railroad carries many things 4 1 put up a card on the wall with an Not much that any of us can do battles 10-4 besides freight and passengers 1 enlarged picture of the little gold more than there would be if they talked for hours about vf )t-it Ini coffee Those boys aren't back I li 4 Today we're carrying in colored they every- here at home saved our everybody at Folger's 1 songs in the hearts of returning wear So ever- somebody I 17- 4--4-11 service men tears of happi- ilit 1 body will know them and have a lives We couldn't find an ade- will be glad when they are! 14 (1- -2fr 3' ness loved ones in the eyes of 0 61 -i' chance to honor them as they quate way to show our apprecia- Each time we change the num- it who wait for them Jill '4 rtoct 1' A'': J1114 Even aow our war job is far deserve tion But we'd want to know who ber on that card with the eagle on Ilit from finished But it will be i A That card says the happiest job in railroading 1 "Welcome saved us and we'd remember the wall we will be saying another int 1 3: Remembering e-ft -t- bringing our fighting men -41 borne" in about the only way we with gratitude to the very last "Welcome home" --41P''''-- 1 home again to a future of peace 1111 -Ir--r- 'si B-s-g s- know to say it breath of our lives thanking acknowledging '4 00t 1 -a3-H el and progress in The Heart of There's not much you can really And in some magic way per- in even so small a way their faith iii America '-14 lift 't'e 011' 't 4'1' --via 4 i -44 4 4A i'' il ji -4x- 11-611ttit- 1 gratitude to a fellow who's fought help keep a pi: utak 9 I zo 1 Itswioat l- i 1' e-1 do to show your appreciation and haps that eagle on the wall will live the kind of spirit of in us and the American way life --i tg: acid Ii'f iq 11 4 ai 94' -47 443 4 "i r-- 7- -t I I gl ee Ilf -7' 13 Ofs melsd 44-iaW itsco(1--- -et tWssa i 4 i illl wows lOtiDO (D) IL 6 tE Ell'S Cr ED 17 IF IE i COOK Gen Agt iktik 101i1 WAYNE 1 607-8 Southwestern Life Bldg- I -46gtif-- liti DALLAS 1 TEXAS ST ItitPe f-' no i I air il 'VT ABASH RAILROAD SERVING THE HEART OF AMERICA' THE COFFEE WITH THE FLAVOR ADVANTAGE tatMt t-- MOUNTAIN GROWN It' :1 0 la a 393110 II 11116 111106 1 1.

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