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The Bangor Daily News from Bangor, Maine • Page 3

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FOR NHWS WANT ADS DIAL 64 U- -THH BANGOR DAILY NEWS BANGOR 'Is iJ fer -f MAINE WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2J lJ4t- 1 1 i I ji rwf f'ftl the number of licenses transferred The commission said the lnfor maMon was psrtly to guide municipal officers to whom application for transfers sre first made Treasury To Refund A Bonds I)uc On November First WASHINGTON Oft 28 The Senate parssed and sent to the White House today legislation permitting the treasury to refund United Stakes housing authority which become due Novem-bei 1 New Ruling On Beer License Transfers Made By Cowan AUGUSTA Me (Vt 23 (APi The Maine State Liquor Commission aald today it had been advised by the attorney generals department (hat it had the authority to transfer beer licenses! from one location to another wlthln a municipality only when the transferring location had been Ini operation as a bona fide restaurant for at least three months "The effect of this! definition of the powers of the commission a prepared statement tv the boaid stated "will be to lessen materially -ty- A v-v-r kjid wl i ARGUMENT OVER THE DOUGHNUT Claimants for the title of descendants of the originator of the hole in' the doughnut battle for honors at the annual convention of National Dunking Association in New York Oct 27 Left to right: Henry Ellis of Hyannls Mass Dr Charles Funk lexicographer who claims it's a cruller and not a doughnut and Fred Crockett of Camden Me Ellis and Crockett were rivals in the "who put the hole in the controversy (Associated Press Photo) For I lioso who lovtjj Bin Him thing of life Al tlie gardenia la the armltol of perfection in He Iuae has come to lie the symbol of perfection in shidiri Aiwa a remember to ail for SISTERS HEAR CONNALLY OPEN NEUTRALITY Tliree sisters of Sen Tom Con-nally (D-Tex) were In the Senate gallery Tuesday as Connally chairman of the foreign relations committee opened the debate on proposed revision of the neutrality act With him as he glances over a cc yj of the bill they are 1 to Mrs Ola Laughlln Eddy Tex Sen Connally Mrs Bertha Moore Eddy Mrs Lila McKay Mexia Tex It Is their first visit to Washington (AP WIREPHOTO) Finally Decided Maine Man Invented Hole in Doughnut ABOUT BATS Bats have super-sehsitive sense organs In their wings enabling them to fly blindfolded through a room closely strung with wires without touching a single wire Tim 1ttr that mart a great name for Iheaitelret National Diitillara Srduct Carp Fraat 44 grain aantral igirtta Worthwhile Savings! At Sears Economy ROLL COVERS 100 SQ FT' SIDE GLANCES A touchdown bake nty langcl food cakes tonight By AMY PORTER NEW YORK Oct The nation should sleep well tonight At least one controversial question has been settled once and for all (we hope) the question of who Invented the hole in the The National Dunking association assembled In convention at the Hotel Astor today voted three-to-one its belief that Capt Gregory Crockett who lived In Camden Me about 100 years ago deserved the title of doughnut-hole inventor The opposition upholding a legend that an Indian shot the first hole in a fried cake with his bow and arrow was routed after a two-hour long debate The controversy has stirred nationwide interest with pro and con telegrams and letters pouring in to the association Attorney Henry Ellis of Hyannls Mass led the Indian faction and brought chief High Eagle a Mash-pee Indian along to corroborate his story which Ellis said he had straight from his grandmother herself part Indian Back in 1680 or thereabouts Ellis contended an Indian interrupted a Cape Cod woman as she stood drftpping fried cakes into a kettle of fat The Indian shot an arrow pierced the cake in the hand and the doughnut waa born But Fred Crockett descendant of Captain Crockett spoke winning words when he said "my Aunt Bessie told me that when her father Capt Crockett was a little boy he asked his mother to punch a hole in the dough so it would have no soggy renter" He had a letter from Aunt Bessie as proof 35 ROLL COVERS 100 Sq Ft ITrrr is an outstanding value in Economy rooting good i quality felt saturated with asphalt Gives good service at I lowest cost One roll covers 100 sq ft Complete with nails ami cement 100 Pure Asphalt COMPLETE WITH NAILS AND CEMENT 1 Tli is famous Sears Roofing has served Users over 28 years and will give still more years of service made oj the fined felt thornughly saturated then coated with 100 pure ajphaH no cheap filler surfaced with StA-So brillisnt colored slstf granules Tarred Felt SHEATING ffl39 Long-fiber felt saturated with best redistilled coal tsr used for lining base for tar pitch snd gravel 4b NJ Speakers at the meeting Included Elsa Maxwell the famous party-gUer who endorsed dunking as socially correct Dr Charles Funk lexicographer who admitted the oictionary was deficient in its deficient In its definition of doughnut since it to mention the hole and Congressman Jen-ninRS Randolph of West Virginia who demanded "priority for doughnuts 24 hours a Rep Randolph Is listed as a charter member of the National Dunking Association which describes itself as an organization foimed to "spread good cheer and good fellowship through Is non-profit-making and its prospectus says "and there Is no charge for Governor and Council Will Meet Wednesday To Consider Routine Matters AUGUSTA Me Oct 28 Governor Sumner Sewall and the executive council will meet tomorrow to act on numerous departmental orders prepared for their consideration The councilors will receive for confirmation action several nominations posted by the governor HELIUM PRODUCER only operating plant for helium production is at Amarillo Tex Production recently reached an 11-year total of 100000000 cubic feet Once valued at $2500 a cubic foot the gas now Is produced for less than 1 Va cents a cubic foot 100 VITA-RAY PLUS 100 SIZE VITALESENCE 1 00 Both For 75c WILLIAMS APPLE BLOSSOM Cakee 3 W' 100 COLOGNES Apple Blossom Spice tl Honeysuckle 491 35c OATMEAL CLEANSING art )C Crm A POSTAGE PAID 38 MAIN ST A filly is a young colt 255 rasat CaStNaM ROOFING ROOFING $o)29 SHEATING 79 HONOR-BILT S-IN-l SHINGLES $195 210-fe heavy we I each bundle rontstns enougzh to cover 31 1-3 square ft double thickness of material over greater part of the roofs surface 1 A M1 i Nv)0a to Bangaa Mains TeL By Galbraith grandson one of his favorite lor catching that sr ui D9 jn Fl 50 CO t5 2 FREE TIRE MOUNTING $745 $795 $848 $895 tlr abalutlr It A NO NIW OUALIIY FSIBH FACIORV WRtrrM) STOCK and (ilARANTlin wrltinr It I 54 MONTHS again 11 hoard Get Our Deal On TRUCK TIRES Greatest Tire Values in our Histor 3 HSATIOHAL roads waterproof TEJUGBSEMSS Red Rosin paper for keeping out any type sliding or between chicken houses sized the only word to describe these amazing the values Now In tho face of a terrific rubber shortage and higher prices we are bringing you the greateat tire buys In our hiatory EVEN IF YOU IK) NOT NEED TIRES AT THE PRESENT TIME IT WILL PAY YOU WELL TO BUY NOW! A good tough dust and draft use under floors elso for lining to resist moisture glazed smooth surface easy to tack up tUCE vV Divorces Granted In Waldo County Superior Court i i 31 Divorce Libels Granted By Judge Arthur Chapman- to The Bangor Dtily News) i EFLP'AST Oct 2ft The following on oree libels were granted by Jus- nee Arthur Chapman at the October term of Waldo county Superior court: Eli Snyder of Belfast vs Loretta Fmder of Belfasticruel and abusive treatment Thurnjinw Plikitis of Unitv vs John Plikitis of Auburn cruel and abusive treatment 'Ells Denning of Belfast vs Wil-Utam Denning of New York City desertion Margie M-Skidmbre of Liberty vs Neal Skidmore of Liberty cruel and abusive treatment Eleanor A Bradley of Belfast vs Earl Bradley of Belfast cruel and abusive treatment Lloyd Tripp of r-nobscot vs Evelyn A Tripp of Troy rruel and abusive treatment Margaret Bibber of Belfast vs John Bibber 4 of Skowhegan cruel and abusive treatment custody of minor child to mother Merlba Hustus of Frankfort vs Delbert Hustus of Belfast cruel and abus-Be treatment custody of minor child to mother Velma Smith of Belfast vs Charles I Smith of Belfast cruel and abusive treatment Hplen Mclnnis of Wintcrport vs Warren Mclnnis of Bangor desertion of minor child to mother June Phrllis Trundy of Prospect vs E-nest Trundy Jr of Stockton Springs non-support custody of minor child to mother i Mabel Edmunds of Liberty vs Arthur Edmunds of Morrill non-support custody of minor child to mother and grandfather Levi Brvant of Belfast va Mabel Bryant of Bangor desertion Grace Ell Stillman of Wlnterport vs Maurice Stillman of Greenbush adultery Flo Pierce of North-port vs Donald Pierre of Friendship rrufl and abusive treatment Abbie Andrews of Searsport vs Fiomn Andrews of Bath cruel and abusive treatment custody of minor children to mother Ada 8 Warner of Searsport vs William Warner of Searsport cruel and abusive treatment custody of minor rhildren to mother Lillian Bamsay of Belfast vs Stewart 8 Ramsay of Belfast cruel and abusive treatment custody of minor children to mother Esther Fitz-i gerald of Belfast John Fitz gerald of Islesboro cruel and Abusive treatment Kenneth Brassbrldge of Winter-port vs Glenlre Brassbrldge of P-ospeet adultery Avles Clark of Belfast vs Lester Clark of Belfast cruel and abusive treatment custody of minor children to mother 'Eva Dudley of pelfast Fred Dudley of Brooks cruel and abusive treatment custody of minor children to mother Alice Clarke of Belfast vs Everett Clirke of Belfast desertion Ruth Amaldo of Belfast vs Joseph Amaldo of New Bedford Mass cruel and abusive treatment Charles A Mitchell of Wlnterport ts Bessie Mitchell of Gardiner cruel and abusive treatment Raymond Emertoni of Belfast vs Ina Emerton of Belfast desertion Bp be Manning of Belfast vs Charles Manning of South Portland cruel and abusive treatment Edith Colcord of Stockton Springs vs Edwin A Colcord of Belfast cruel and abusive treatment Beulah IJ Clark of Belfast vs Devertnard Clark of Belfast efuel and abusive" treatment Sarah Clark of Belfast Vs Lloyd Clark of Belfast cruel and abusive treatment custody of minor children to mother: Irene Oeyer of Swanvllle rs Ernest Oeyer df Detroit Mich cruel and abuslv treatment Unlike the tomato the cucumber is one of the oldest known vegetables It Is said that It probably originated In India That Full Choked Feeling after eating and drinking usually comes with aMd Indigestion and heartburn Have ADLA Tablets hnrdy they contain Bismuth and Carbonates for quick relief Your druggist has them Caldwell Bweet WSfeta FINE MICA-SURFACED ROOFING Made of good grades of felt and asphalt and stirfaced with fine mica and talc roll covers 100 sq ft nails and cement for laving included with each roll will give satisfactory wear and do a neat job i AT SEARS AND SEARS COMPLETE STOCK IN OUR! STORE PLUS THE MERCHANDISE IN OUR CATALOG MAKE SEARS YOUR BIGGEST BUILDING SUPPLY STORE IN BANGOR FOR THIS WEEK ONLY! SALE of BEAUTY AIDS toolsTvery woodsman iieeds mverv on Fv-rv one Bears qualKv 2 cu to a CQ DC 200 HELENA RUBINSTEIN NOVENA-NITE CREAM 50c HONEY ALMOND Hand £3 Lotion 75c NOXZEMA 49c REVLON SET Polish IJpslIrk Cheek-Range Adherin 75 MAIL ORDERS FILLED 00 Kr FIRST In 04 Tnd the real woodsman saving prices make It poss mie for vou to complete lour or replace Inv tools that arent do-lnK a 100 job Dunlap Cordwood Saw Two-man all purpo blade taper 1 gauge won bind 5 feet Value! Craftsman One-Man Saw High grade carbon steel 1 nrfl teeth at point to start out taper ground 18 gauge 54 5 9 Value! Buck Saw General use double braced hardwood raw-steel champion tooth blade u-95 $159 Value! 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