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The Wichita Eagle from Wichita, Kansas • 8

The Wichita Eaglei
Wichita, Kansas
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trrrTic i 1 4 Eight THE WICHITA EAGLE WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 22 1933 MODEL KITCHEN AT BIG COOKING SCHOOL GOING TO GERMANY LOS ANGELES March 21-Mar- lene Dietrich- plans to return to Germany for a visit with her mother and friends Immediately upon completion of Song of WILL PROBE eS' STATUS IN GERMANY MRS WALKER SOBS DIVORCE PLEA FROM PLAY-BOY HUSBAND these reports are causing in this country department has instructed the embassy tef make in collaboration with the consuls a complete report on the Several days ago the department made two distinct protests against mistreatment of American Jews in Berlin and later said that no further reports involving citizens of this country had been received In response to the protests the German government agreed topre vent further such occurrences' Embassy in Berlin Asked to Scan Situation at Behest of Leaders in a taxicab company and of the local Street car company announced that employes would be prohibited from drinking the' 3 J2 per cent beer while on duty Roy Farrell field manager of the municipal airport said has been no rule yet on the 3 2 beer but the lines will not want pilots to have any per cent of alcohol while piloting DAVIS THUDS' BROTHER INTO TOILS OF JUSTICE AMARILLO TEX March 21 (A) A tip given by a Sunday school boy to his teacher who had lectured a class on temperance led officers today to a 200-gallon still The teacher told officers the lad peered through the window of a small house and saw the still in operation Officers got 35 gallons of whisky and 500 gallons of mash in the specially constructed plant and arrested two men One of those arrested was Robert Davis brother of I and Colquitt Davis whose escapades terrorized Texas Oklahoma and Kansas during December 1930 WASHINGTON March 21 In response to complaints by American Jews of mistreatment of members of their race by the Hitlerites in Germany the state department tonight asked the embassy In Berlin to make a complete report on the situation The action was taken shortly after a delegation from the American Jewish congress headed by Rabbi Stephen Wise of New York had called upon Undersecretary Phillips with the request that the -American government investigate the reports of mistreatment of Jews in Germany and take the requisite diplomatic action if they are borne out Hie department issued the following statement: the visit of Rabbi Wise the department has informed the American embassy in BerUn of the press reports of mistreatment of Jews in Germany department also informed the embassy of the deep concern mac DIFFERENT Charges Former Major De-sertedTier Without Cause I' in' 1928 Petition Unop Lvposejd in Hearing i' I I I MIAMI FLA March Sobbing as she testified Mrs Janet Allen Walker today said in divorce testimony that her husband James (Jimmy) Walker former mayor of New York deserted her without V' cause ln 1928 and that he has since refused to live with her She asked I dissolution of the marriage on the grounds of desertion (appears that she has proved her case said Benjamin Cohen Walker's attorney when testimony before Master in Chancery Dewell was completed juft Mrs Walker's description of their separation don't know that there- Is anything alse can say Mr Walker has left and that's sU i Master Dowell was appointed by Circuit Judge Trammell to evidence in the case and rec ommend final disposition of the suit for divorce which Mrs Walker filed here last week' Dowell said he would make his recommendation tomorrow Walker will not file an exception Cohen said Walker who resigned as-mayor oi 13 New York while proceedings for his removal were being heard by Frank-lln Roosevelt then governor of New York state now is In Cannes JYance was killed by officers in Wichita Kan and Colquitt is serving a life sentence in the Oklahoma penlten tiary for the slaying of an Ardmore deputy sheriff The Geo Innes Co Wednesday March 22 A KITCHEN which would fulfill 'the dream of any housewife equipped with every modern convenience and stocked with the finest' of provisions is the background from which Mrs Dorothy Ayers Loudon nationally known home economics expert is giving her lectures this week in the Arcadia theater of the Forum under auspices of The Wichita Eagle Mrs Loudon whose first lecture Tuesday delighted the hundreds of Wichita women who attended will continue her course for the housewives today She is pictured above in the model kitchen the setting for her interesting talks Staff photo Only at This Store in Wichita The Famous MIX MASTER Krr- sii FORMS HUGE BANK IN DETROIT HIGH been anything but kind in that Witnesses who testified for her described Mrs Walked as a dutiful who gave her husband reason for leaving in October I think ol don't know He just She wept again and continuing she said: Through his Miami counsel he entered a general denial of Mrs charges that he deserted her but beyond that he made no of the divorce action He no testimony rebutting Mrs claims -v Slnfce their separation Walker has i contributed 40 her support Mrs Walker testified and has The Safeness of the milk you use is the keynote of modern complete plant Cool fresh milk in the raw as it comes to is brought to a high degree of safety by the latest most sanitary types of machinery possible to assemble Preheaters that flash the temperature from 40 degrees up to 110 degrees in seconds Automatic recording pasteurizers where milk is never heated over 145 degrees Sanitary nickel plated pipes that convey the milk to bottling machines Automatic fillers and cappers that seal each bottle ready for your use Every bottlq before it is filled with milk passes through a sterilizing machine Each one is individually soaked brushed inside and out rinsed and dried Good Milk to Start With Modern Machinery to -Make It Safe 1 have heard her attempt recon-! promised to come to visit me ciliation with testified Cor- he never has Even this win- nellus Fellowes of Miami Beach ter when I begged him to come where Mrs Walker testified she down here he has maintained legal residence -forj Her testimony was concluded with four years i the statement she did not desire Wearing a green raincoat over a alimony from her husband black silk dress with pearl neck- Mrs Cornelius Fellowes who lives lace and fear-rings Mrs Walker ap- with Mrs Walker at Miami Beach peared for the hearing accompanied described her as perfectly mar- And the Brand New "Kontanerettes" As Demonstrated and Recommended by Mrs Loudon in The (ichita Eagle Cooking School Second Floor Round Trip $6660 by her attorneys Spacious Tears welled in her eyes first cabins When she Vas asked the date of her marriage to Walker Daily overnight service am Ar Chicago 6:30 am 'Ar Cleveland 13:10 Ar New York 3:54 IT Hotel TeL 5-3914 of Nights Airport TeL 3-3513 your and she wept again though legal beer may be only a glottis Postal and Western Union before replying couple of weeks away Bur- Offices 1 I think he's 53 I knowjquist told police today he didn't like 11 his birthday is the 19th of June" to have his two six-gallon crocks AIR LIiJES did you and Mr Walker stolen from the basement of his BB1B 11 home last night He said he had four years ago in the 'one consolation they were empty General Motors and Match Fund to Raise $25000000 Capital WASHINGTON March MV-With the government matching dol lar for dollar with the General Motors corporation to raise $25000- 000 as capital there was created to day the National bank of Detroit a new institution to provide 'adequate banking facilities lor the Michigan city The new bank the first formed under President Roosevelts emergency bank law will take over part of the assets of the First National bank of Detroit and the Guardian National Bank of Commerce of the automobile city assuming also part of the deposits of both The remaining assets of the old banks will be liquidated to the depositors by the comptroller of the currency Announcement of the formation of the bank was made in a joint statement by Jesse Jones a di-j rector of the Reconstruction Fl-! nance corporation and Alfred 1 Sloan Jr president of the General Motors corporation They said the corporation had1 1 underwritten (12500000 of common stock of the bank and had paid for it in cash while the Reconstruction! corporation had subscribed for $12- 500000 of the institution's preferred stock Jones said the action of the gov-' ornment in stepping into the Detroit situation was in direct line! with President Roosevelt's determi-' nation to have banks that are sound and in which the people will have' confidence i 1 I flr snfe Imvitedl to Atteiadl The Wichita 1 COOKING SCHOOL BE SURE AND NOTICE of Most Authoritative Modernized Cooking School The 1933 BETTER HOUSEKEEPING INSTITUTE AND SPRING FASHION REVUE GEN HARBORD QUITS ECONOMY LEAGUE Mrs Dorothy Ayers Loudon Demonstrations TJsmg tlic Economical and Efficient tm -n i- 1 i A Full house greeted Dorothy Ayers Loudon uesday and proved Unquestioned Acceptance of The Eagle Cooking Schools! Counter Attack of Veterans1 on Policies Said to Have Caused Resignation I NEW YORK March The New York Times says James Harbord retired major general and former commander of the army's service of supply in France severed his connection more than a month ago with the campaign of the National Economy league for the reduction of veteran expenditures The newspaper says his resignation 'from the league resulted from a counter-attack of organizations for the reduction of the retired pay of army and navy officers Rear Admiral Richard Byrd chairman of the league was quoted as expressing the belief that General Harbord's letter of resignation should not be made public without the authorization General Harbord is traveling In the west where he stopped during the last two wreeks to visit Gen John Pershing In Tucson Ariz and where he is understood to have explained he thought the National Economy league was to campaign for the reduction of government expenditures of all kinds instead of concentrating on veteran expenditures KANSAS CITY SALOON BATTLE UNDER WAY House Owners and Parents of School Children Lodge Beer Sale Protests 25 Ounces for 25c SBAE3E F1IC1E TOPA? 42 1 I Dorothy Ayers Loudon Nationally Known Home Economics Authority Come to ttlhie Today TltaFGday aimd IFffMay Program Starts Promptly at 1 demonstrator will show you how this double tested double action bakipg powder willj produce Fine Texture and Large Volume in your -also why is economical and efficient in use It requires but 1 level teaspoonful to a cup of flour -vfor all ordinary baking You will realize that it is not necessary Ito pay high prices for baking powder' veto 00 Community Singing Conducted by Galen Graham Musical Program 1 Daily by Power-Myera Conservatory of Music Baldwin Plano Courtesy of The Geo Innes Co Music Dept Modeling Correct Men9 and Boys? Ensembles by Spines Clothing Co Spring Fashion Revue 1:45 Daily by Walker Bros Then try yourself Give it the oven test tnd judge by results POUNDS MILLIONS KANSAS CITY March 21 Confronted with protests by home owners and parents of school children city officials today began con slderatlon of ways of preventing the sale of 32 per cent beer near school? and In residential districts George Kingsley city counsel expressed belief that the city would have to adopt regulatory practices entirely different from methods in effect in pre-prohibition days due to the fact that the new beer Is being legalized as a non-intoxicating drink In considering the protests Mayor Bryce Smith said "Those communities which do not want beer selling places should be protected Meanwhile orders for beer continued to grow at Kansas (Sty brewery sales offices One company reported an order for 4800 cases Officials of an interstate bus line BY OUR GOVERNMENT Aii I2I- a HD fci AHBSsiuLJ4iriEiLY ir 1ft EE 2 i it? 4 'J hv 'v.

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