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PAGE POUR THE CHARLESTON DAILY MAIL, MOTDAT EVENING, APRIL 3, 1933 I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL A NNOUNCEMENT HAS BEEN MADE of the marriage of Miss KUla* Ooode. of Bocfcy Moun', M. C, to Mr. John A. Field, Jr.. which took pl*« Saturday at Chase City, Va. Bin. Ticld i* a graduate of State Teachers college at Farmyille. Va.. and U a teacher in the public schools of Rock/ Mount. She has visited in Cbwutton several times as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Field. Mr. Tletd. who la'the son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Field, is a graduate of Hampdcn-Sydney college, Hamp- d«n-Sydney. Va., and is a student of law at the University of Virginia, CharlottesvUle, Va. . . Mra. HaJQle M. Kendall entertained ,M at bridge Saturday evening at her L,' home in Quarriir street. In honor of rt , Hta Myra NeRlen. 'who left Sunday I *B: for her home at Keyset. I *f · The jtuestn ware: * '. Hi*« Nefflen. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar ·*: Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Cason. -. t »r. and Mrs. W. F. Whitriaht, Miss ? Virginia Parker, Mrs. Blanche Bart. · I«tt, Mrs. Evelyn Hughes. Miss Eleanor McCIung and Mr. William Glenn. i Clufc I* Meet r The Sedarmoc club will meet Monday evening at the clubrooms in Co. luiitbia boulevard. .*·*· Mnijr Hewtred Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mundy entertained at their home at Kanawha Two-MiJe, recently, in honor of the birthday of John Mundy. The others present were: Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Burdette and b daughter, Anna Katherine; Mr. and ' . Mrs. Harold Starcher and children; ' Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Mundy and daughter. Billie; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mundy and daughter. Helen Marie: Mr. and Mr». Tom Hopkins and children, Phyl' , lis Ann and Thomas Lee: Mrs. Amelia Smith. Mrs Mamie Thomas, Mrs. Nel- lie Mundy, Miss Juanita Smith. I f Alberta Layne, Nellie Fowler, Lucille Layne, Gertrude Fowler. Thelma Edens, Alberta Edens, Ora Fowler, Mary Layne, Opal ""homes. Gertrude Layne, Veda Burdette, Lessie Mundy. ' Cecil Layne, Shirley Edens, Sher- · I ' man Tate, Franklin Vermillion, E. L. Edens, Ertel Jenkins, Ola Taylor, t Howard Gadd. Otis Vermillion: Woodi i rcw Edens, George Bumgaraner, W. t H. Fowler. Dpi* Taylor. Bobbie Mundy, Or* Taylor, Other Layne, Cecil · Haynaa, Thomas Reedy. Elmer Edens. · } Lennie Haynes. John Layne. Eari 1 Edens, Theodore 1-aynes, Charles Cas- · j dorph, and Noah Newhouse. j Assaml Meeting manned \ ' The Annual meeting of the National i Society of the Colonial Dames. Resi' dent in West Virginia, will be held at 10:30 Wednesday morning, April 12. at 1h« Charleston Woman s clubhouse. The business session will be followed by a meeting of the board of management. Reservations tor luncheon, which will be served at the clubhouse at 1:30, must be made through Mrs. Norman Fltzhugh by Saturday noon. Ihlrteen Club Dance The Thirteen club entertained with a dance at Pine Manor Country club Saturday evening. Those present were. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. McDowell, Me. and Mrs. W. C. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Gort. Mr. and Mr.. J. H Hlckman. Mr *·*.! Mrs. O. F. Clark, Mr. nnd Mr«. Harold B«ov«*. Mr. and Mra, M. C. landiay. Mr and Mrs. Jamca Tsiants, Mr. and Mrs Gorton DavU. Mr. and Mra. P. M. Woolwine Mr. and Mm W. H. Swteher. Mr and Mm. D. W. Brrdler. Mrs. Paul Sl«d Mr. anl Mn. GarreUa. Misa Janic* linger, Mlaa Ruth Klten Ountcr. Ml».i Htltn Camp, Mlaa Gertrude Mctz. Misa Thclina Klr.drr. Mil. Etta Talbott. Mil. Helen E. Kent. Mils Martha M««man, Kias A lie* Und.-av, MUa Betty L»e Sangiter, Mlu Mildred Fletcher. Miss Lois Todd. MiM Elat* Reynolds, Mla Jean King. Mils Lillian Crowe. Mm Mary My- «rs. Miss Naomi Morrli. MUs Jane Davis. Miss June Belknap. Misa C. Morgan. Mlt.i Mickey Wocd. Miss Mary Ann Tully, Misa Ruth Brlcher. Ml*i Grace Koehn. Mlw Vada Wilson, Miss Mildred Mlfford. Miss Virginia Neely, Mlsi Jane Rhode.. Miss Mary Zalai. M|M Virginia Holllday, Mlaa Mayil« Leg*. MlM Zvelyn Crouie. Miss Winda Darnold. Miss Evelyn Hughes. Mlaa Maude Kopson. Mlu Helen Morrison, Mia. Edith Johnaon, Miss Billy 'Trail, Mlu Thelma Curtis. Misa Ada Cunningham. Miss Mary Cherstnan, Misa Gladys Donahue, Ml» Call-ice Qulnn. Miss Vina Llplon, Miss Cam Lee Woolwlnc. Ml.u Huth Rlley. Mlas Dorothy Fletcher, Mi*. Mary K. Ler, Mils flow Harper, Miss Esther Fulki, MiM MarfuerltF McGlnly, Miss Jean Wetfnll. MJsR Janet Turner, Miss Carrten Shamblen, Miss Vlrirlnla Rtrhnrds, MlM i Peart Staale. Misa Catharine Zmtcn, M»s Haael SmMlrldge. Misa Gecrlla Skldmore, Misa Mary Chapter. Mr. John Donachy, Mr. Harry Bennett, Mr. Armand Ancion. Mr. Julian Anciou, Mr. Lawrence liagffeity, Mr. Carl Hag- sert.v. Mr. Col'ttt Taylor. Mr. Orvllle Arnett. Mr. William Miller, Mr. Tom Hlchm-d- scn Mr. William Myers. Mr. Leater Mat- tersnn and Mr. Paul Darnold. club members. Mr. Wayburn Surbaugh. Mr. Wayne Sur- baujjh. Mr. W. V. Tllton. Mr. Ed Hlser- man. Mr. L. Cooke. Mr. Ed White. Mr. BUI Lanham. Mr. H. U Leitrr, Mr. Jack Ship- good, Mr. M. JL. McTeer, Mr. Kenneth Bourne. Mr. John ThOTnas. Mr. Bill Stutler. Mr. Glen Russell. Mr. James Lively, Mr. Charles Stoo. Mr. Malcolm Speruw. M i . £on Cornwejl. Mr. Charles Harrisman, Mr. Bill Bar- rlngtr. Mr. Alfred M. Clark. Mr. Charles Temple. Mr. Harold Castn, Mr. Roy Madden. Mr. Tred Monti. Mr. Mrlvin James. Mr. leorge Wolie. Mr. James GrtHiths, Mr. James Smith. Mr. Gordon V/iEson. Mr. J. r.. 3penwr. Mr. A, U Smith. Mr- P Glyne-. Mr. T. Lowe, Mr. Thomas Raubeck. Mr. lllllerd Jarrett. Mr. Rav Met?. Mr. 'L. C. Myers, Mr. C. W. Barnhart. Mr. Philip Coney. Mr. Harry Parsons, Mr. Clarence Cole. Mr. Ralph Masterson. Mr. J. H. Grun, Mr. George Isaac. Jr.. Mr. Glen Klein. Mr. Ernest O'Dell, Mr. Harold M. Tine. Mr. Cheater Spiadlmg. Mr. Spud Ballard, Mr. Bob Miller. Mr. R Pike, Mr. Doyle JLyne. Mr. C. L. Teter. Mr. Ray Terguson. Mr Other Wright. Mr. Biil Humphrevs. Mr. Earl Walters, Mr C. Kline. Mr Ja=k Magar, Mr. Lyle Snodgrass. Mr. Ben Mason. Mr. Morris Gallagher. Mr. Wlllard Plttman Mr. Charley Chartin, Mr. Fred Tisher, Mr. George Tiahcr. Mr. Duhe Wick, Mr. T. O. TimbprlsHe, Jr.. Mr. Horace Newton. Mr. Geotae Johnsnll, Mr. Glen Neil. Mr. J. L. Slier. Mr. Baird Asr.ley. Mr. John Quinn. Mr. C. Sturgeon, Mr. John W. Roger*. Mr Robert Wells, Mr. Chick Lewis. Mr %voodrcw Webb. Mr. John Fabor, Mr. Oden Siple. Mr. Chester Wabel. Mr. Clayton Tlllis. Mr. Sam Carney. Mr D. N. Wilkerson. Mr. W. M. May, Mr Bob May, Mr. Bob Moore. Mr. Eu- S ?ne Cooley. Mr. Jack Casto, Mr. Bob race. Mr. Okey GofI, Mr. Carrol Shar- bai(h. Mr. William Henry and Mr. Joe Hager. Saroritr Meet* Tuesday An important business meeting will be held by the Beta Omicron chapter of the Alpha lota sorority, of the Charleston business college, at 7:45 Thursday evening at the college. Meeting rec**a a e4 The meeting of the Temple SiMer- ixrod, which was to have been held Thursday has been postponed until Saturday. The meeting will be held in , connection with the Mother and | To Sponsor Luncheon Daughter dinner, which will be held i Circle No. 4 ol the Baalist Temple at 6:11 Saturday evening at the Vir- will sponsor a manufactineis luncheon Kinla tStreet temple annex. from 12 until I o'clock at the Appa- Mrs. Julian F. Bouchelle, of Fern avenue, is a patient at the McMillan hospital. Miss Ruth Minsker and Miss Carol Keif have returned from a trip to Newark, O., where they visited Mrs. Clyde White. Mrs. J. H. Roycroft, of Nancy street, will return Tuealay from Covington, Ky., where she is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Roycroft, Jr. Miss Katharine Campbell, of Wheeling, formerly of Charleston, left Sunday by plane for Rochester, Minn., where she will enter the Mayo clinic. Mr. W. D. Sell returned to his home In Bridge avenue. South Hills, from the Kanawha Valley hospital Sunday. Mr. Thomas J. Kay is spending several days in Louisville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Snyder, Mr. E. B. Snyder, Jr., and Mr. Robert Jennens, of Barberton, O., will arrive Monday to be the guests of Mrs. S. M. Snyder, of Kanawha street. SOUTH CHARLESTON The fourth in a series of dances was given Saturday evening by the Lane S. Anderson post No. 297, at the Veterans hall in Eighth avenue. The guests included: Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Griffith. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Tpney, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cralc, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Humes. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Perraut. Mr and Mrs H. K. George, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kapp. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bush. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jarrell, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Cook, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Specht, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Chapln. Mra. Daisy Cox. Mm. A. ·. Pilaon, Miss Marjorie Henson. "' tddic Gillenwater, Mien Ethel Lore. FEATURES ON RADIO TODAY Below are selected radio programs for today. Routine programs are not given daily and advertising Is omitted in the list. Tima Is p. m. unless indicated. 8:45--Count-ss Atbani. over WEAT. 7:3O--Marx Brothers, over WJZ. 8:30--Kay Swift, composer pianist, over WEAF, Dr. Fu Manchu. owr WABC. 8:45--Phil Cook's new program, over WJZ 9--Huth Ettine. over WABC; Minstrels to chain without WJZ and WEAL, which together with WABC will broadcast Salvation Army mass meeting at New York. 9:30--Paul Whiteman's band. over WABC 10--The Hour Glass, new musical series, over WJZ: Th* Country club, with Alex Morrlnon. over WABC. 10:30--Radio forum, secretary of Treasury Woodln speaking, over WEAF. U--Howard Barlow symphony, over 12:3ft' a m.--Ozzie Nelson'a orcheHtra over WABC. Miss deSffh- Mildred ·*" %nm *?cw«i t , 11 _ Gay. Miss Dorothy Gordon, Miss Oj ' . Mist Jua_Fry, Miss Gay. Miss , pal Brown, Miss Catherine Benentt, Miss Mabel Jarrell, Mias Mary McConahay. Mrs. DuJour. Mr. Jack Schell. Mr. Delmer Stolllnis. Mr. D. T. Henson. Mr. M. Rannick. Mr. H. H. Cook. Mr. M. F. Carr. Mr. Travis Ellison. Mr. Adrian Lore. Mr Gordon Stewart. Mr. B. C. Fry, Mr. Carl Smith. Mr. Luther Lambert. Mr. T. L. Gladwell, Mr. Paul Loring and Mr. Emory Martin. An invitation to the We?t Side Woman's club annual silver le_ has Sieen extended to all members ol the South Charleston Woman's club. The tea will be given Wednesday . fter- nooi from 3 to 6 o'clock. The South Charleston Woman's club members have also been invited to attend the lecture to be given ty Helen Keller, April 13 at the Charles:on high school. Members may secure invitations from Mrs. C. S. Bodimer. Prepare Orders Enforce Slashes In Veterans' Benefits WASHINGTON, April 3 (AP)--Instructions to field workers were prepared today by the veterans administration to carry out President Roosevelt's order for a slashing cut of $400,000,000 in annual benefits paid to war veterans. The chief executive's action hits all along the line, with officials indicating that new construction at veterans hospitals will be held up unless the improvements already are under way Some institutions may even be closed if conditions warrant. The biggest savings, about $100,000,000, will come through removing from the benefit lists all veterans whose injuries or sickness are non-service connected, unless the victims are totally or permanently disabled. Those tota'lly or permanently disabled--even though not rendered so by service-wilt receive only $20 a month as compared with $40. The new allowances, effective July 1, for service connected cases are cut flat 20 per cent and a new system of live ratings of disability established. The new ratings and allowances: Ten per cent disability, $8 monthly: 25 per cent, $20; 50 per cent, $40; 75 per cent, $60 and 100 per cent, $80. . their home in Eighth avenue. AM if Meet The 1-adle* Aid society of in* Sehwamb Memorial church will meet , Tuesdav evening at the home of Mrs. [ H. X. Grasat-at 1022 1-2 Blglry avenue. Hr*. WilluJm 1. Howcll will be the j hostess. lachian Power cqmpany. Personal Mention Mra, WeitfaH Bettered Mr. and Mrs. C. Frederick Keeney entertained with a miscellaneous shower Saturday evening at her home in Darst street. The guest of honor was Mrs. Emory Westfall, the former Miss Adrian Kee-ney of Witcher. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Westfall, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hcnsley and Miss Alberta Henslejr. oi Parhersbur-. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Keener, Mr. a-*id Mr?. Robert Green, of Belle, Mr. ·nc* Mrs. Thornton Jarrrtt. Mr and Mrs Crover Chadw^U, of Beilr. Mrs. Frank Westfall. Mr*. Bonner Hill, Mrs. Kunice Bonham, Mr. J. O. Jennings, Mn. Atnttn Bupp, Miss Lois Man* 1 Jennings. Nancy Clo« Keeney, Roger Kcene ·AC Donald Keem y. CUves) Ballet Sapper Mrs. E. C. Stanton entertained Saturday evening with a buffet supper, at her home in Quarrier .street, in honor of Dr. Stanton. who celebrated his birthday anniversary. The guest* were' Mr. and Mrs. Solon Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Pcyne Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Engstron. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Capito, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McJunkin, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Treadgold. Mrs. Margaret PribbJo. Mrs. Nell H. Frank, Miss Kele- 1 Engstrom. Mi«s Daisy Pribble. Dr. v*. B.--Capito, Mr. Lawrence Hunter. Mr. Jchn McGuck- rn, Mr. Stewart Fravel and Mr. K. E. Porter. Church Group* lo Meet ' The woman's missionary sociotv of I ·the First M. E. church. South, "wilt meet at 2:30 o'clock Tnursdsy afternoon at the chuich. Prayer retieat will be Iwld in the church parlor at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Circle 1 will *ervf? luncheon from 11:30 until 1:30 o'clock Wednesday. A meeting of the church council will be held at 7:SO o'clock Monday evening for teacheni. officers and supervisors of church departments. Circle 2 will meet with Mrs. Virgil Frizzell, Turley apartments, Lee street, at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon Circle 8 will hold a demonstration lunch at the church on April 24. Mrs. J. G. Greter, of Thompson tlreet. is a patient at th " hospital. Mn. Thorras A. Kay returned Saturday from Miami Beach, Fla., where she spent six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips, who were the guests of Mrs. Phillips' parents. Judge and Mrs. Haymond Max- j t n e church. In-between ratings such as 41 per disabled are discontinued and all cases will be reclassified. All ents for temporary disabilities I of a non-service character and (ree [,,"" | hospitalUation tor such disabilities ton garden club. Monday even:..,;, "at wl11 Dc eliminated. · -· · ·· i Frank T. Hines the veterans admm- [ istrator. Said today that under Presi- The South Charleston young peo- ' dent Roosevelt's executive order pie's union will meet Tuesdav eve- | buildings and additions now being ning at the Darlington Southern Meth- constructed for the veterans would be odist church. | completed. ' Hines said new construction au- The world wide guild of the First I thorized would not be begun unless baptist church, which was reorganized "urgently needed." ast week, will meet Monday ""pning at the church. Mrs. W. E. Devol entertaiend at bridge, recently, at her home in Forrest avenue. Her guests were: Mrs. John Filbert, Mrs. Mnnscl 5amm, Mrs. L. C. Via, Mrs. G. F. iriggmann. Mrs. C. O. Bartlctt, Mrs. i. M. Livezey. Mrs. George Latham. Mrs. C. W. Tayior, Mrs. Paul C. Shaw. Mrs. C. S. Bodimer and Miss Bess Van Buren. The Win One league will meet Monday evening at the First Baptist church. Mrs. Sherman Bltllington will entertain members of the W. C. T. U. Tuesday af-ernoon at her home in Third avenue. The business girls' circle of the First Presbyterian church will meet Thursday evening at 6:15 o'clock at well, of Lee street, have returned to their home in Wheeling. Mr. and Mr". B. R. Williamson have returned to their home at Huntington after visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lewis. Mr. Charles G Peters, of Brooks street, returned Sunday from Washington, where he spent several days on bu.uneis. Mrs. H. D Murray, Jr., of Virginia street, has returned from Fairmont, where she was the guest .·' her sister, Mrs. Charles P. Walker. Mr. Virgil Dollman has returned to Cleveland. O.. after visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dollman, of Columbia boulevard. Mr. and Mrs Dennis White, of Huntington. were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burdette, of Elizabeth street. Mis;: Geneva Bndgeman, Miss Musetta Bndgeman and Mi*s Phyllis Harbour have returned to their home at Hurricane after visiting Miss Eloise Hogdn, of Pennsylvania avenue. Mr and Mrs. Edward J. Pcarlove. of Minneapolis. Minn, v/ho wei e the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. liy- man Fisher, of Jackson street, left Monday for Washington. Mr. Richard Stannard has returned to Marshall college, Huntington, after spending the spring vacation with his parent:, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sumnard, of Columbia aveiue. Miss "Mary Price Dickinson, who is the gutst of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chaile C. Dickinson, will leave Monday evening for Washington, where she is a student at Gunston Hall. Miss Elsie Johnson and Mr. James Johnson have returned to their home Charleston ! at Ohley after a short visit in Charles- I ton. * A E. E'evol has returned to Chicago ' I after visiting his brother and sistc.-- ' m-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Devol. Miss Jean Morns and Mist Beverly Fleck have returned to Marshall co!- lege a f t e r visiting their parents at Spring Hill. Mrs. C. K. Stover is recovering from an operation at the Charleston General hospital. Hugheston Girl Wins 4-H Booklet Contest Miss Hester Moore, of Hueheston. has won first place m the Kanawha county annual 4-H booklet conlest. according to T. H. McGovran, county 4-H club agent. The award was mnde by the agricultural extension division of West Virginia university, where more than 700 booklets, entered in the county, were sent for judging. Other winners included: Madge Reed, of Pinch, and Eloise Clark, of Elk Travelers club, second places; Juantta Brannon, of Riverside, Florence Jackson and Bettie Proctor, both of Big Chimney, (hird places, and Robert Hoover, of Blue creek: Bernice Summers, of Pinch: William Young, of Quincy, and Wheeler Humphreys, of Walgrove. fourth places. Chorus to Rehearse The community May festival chorus will hold a rehearsal at 7:30 o'cliick Monday evening in the Thomas Jef- U--son j u n i o r high school a u d i t o r i u m . Applicants for the chorus have been requested to communicate with Mrs Carl Dahlstrom or Mrs. R. J. Coney. i Jurisdiction Case ! Studied by Hudson , 4 ] A petition for a writ of prohibition i ' to restrain Justice of the Peace J. A. deGruyter, Sr., from assuming jurisdiction in a suit brought by Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sledd. of Watts street, against the Lewis Furniture company, of Huntington. was taken under advisement Monday by Circuit Judge Arthur P. Hudson. The justice had been cited to appear lo show cau^e why the prohibition writ should not be issued. The suit by the Sledds was based upon a reputed violation of exptessed warranty on furniture bought at the Huntington store of the company. Counsel for the company contended that Cabell coun- tv was the proper venue. The justice a'nd the plaintiffs took the position that prohibition was an extraordinary remedy and not applicable to the case. In the suit of the General Management corporation against the Kanawha Valley Water corporation nnd others, the judge directed receivers for the defendant to continue with the payment of $200 monthly to the Civic Benefits association of Nitro for police and fire protection at that town. The report of B. C. Eaktr. special commissioner, in the suit of the Farmers and Citizens State bank against B. F,. Pierson and another, was confirmed. The court authorized W. B. Gearv. as guardian, to transfer certain funds of Mary Louise Geary and Annabel Gearv. A chani-crv suit was filed hy \ onme Tyler acainst W i l l i e Tyler. "Judgment for SI 215.38 was given to the Charleston N a t i o n a l bank and Frank H. Porter, as administrators of Ihe estate of Guy A Porter, against C. A Brockman and others, as trustees of the Elizabeth Memorial M. E. church, South. Three Burglaries Over Week-End Are Reported Daniel Pinson, of 1907 Kanawha ·avenue. Kanawha City, has reported to city police that thieves had broken into a liouso owned by him at 1307 K a n a w h a avenue and had taken stove and two candlestick holders. C. L. McDermott, ol Maiden, reported that someone took a John boat from the Kanawha river bank opposite Black Hawk hollow. Effir Perkins, of 319 Bridge street, reported that thieves stole an electric fan, five electric lamps, several dresses nnd a radio from his home early Monday. City Taxes PAVING ASSESSMENTS The Second Half of the City Taxes for 1932 are due on or before April 30, 1933. The annual installments on all paving assessment* are payable on or before May 1, 1933. A penalty of 10% will be added to unpaid tax tickets after the above date. Jno. D. Price, City Treas. Collector P. O. Box 386 VIRGINIAN * A .Vjnri hirl*-os T h r . i T f c * FOR A DARING NEW SLANT ON MODERN WOMEN -- LOOK THRU . . KEYHOLE «i(A KAY FRANCIS CEORGE B R E N T QLENDA F A K R F I . L AM.KN J E N K I N S M O N R O E O W X L E r W . r n f r Bro».' Illl THURSDAY ,fc Llbeiir Hf«ln« 10 A u t h i r titorr " W O M A N ACCUSED" RIALTO P A A ! -rv.r - . .·! .- - - - ' h V " . _ Cecil B. DeMille's "Sign Of The Cross" A PARAMOUNT SUPER-SPECTACLE WITH FREDRIO MARCH CLAUDETTE COLBERT ELLISA LANDI * CHARLES LAUGHTON Former Resident Is Critically Hurt HILLSGROVE, "R. I, April 1 (AP). --John Powers, 31, New Orleans, La was critically injured late yesterday when he walked into the propeller of an airplane from which he had just alighted. Powers, who has been visiting friends in Providence, came to the state airport here and, with others, went for a sight-seeing flight. When the plane landed and came to a stop, Harry Charlton, pilot, said Powers jumped tram the plane, passed around the wing and walked toward the propeller. Charlton said he cut the switch and shouted a warning, but Powers was struck with the propeller's final revolution. Powers was taken to a Providence hospital, where physicians said he had suffered a compound fracture of the skull and a broken right arm. Little hope is held for his recovery. John Powers, who was critically Injured Sunday in an airplane accident at Hillsgrove, H. I-, is a former resident of Charleston. He was a linotype operator and left three weeks ago to accept a job at Pawtucket, R. I. --Lightning started more than 200 forest flres in a single day in the states of Oregon and Washington. Ohio Knife Wielder Cuts Four Women TOLEDO, O.. April 3 AP--An apparently crazed knife-wielder, who attacked four women and an 11-year- old girl, is hunted by police today. They express the b-slief the men, described by hi* victims as about 30 years old, had been smoking cigarettes filled with narcotics. He fled as soon »:i his victims screamed, police said. Mrs. Charles Jacobs wag stabbed. She told police the man leaped upon her as she walked past an altajr Ik the downtown section last ahgM. She felt a blow in (he bad M fee snatched at her purs* but waa not aware that the had been cut until she ran into the- h me of · friend. Hospital physician i said (be would recover. ,, The tl-yenr-nld |lrl was attacked In an alley a few block* sway. The other three women mid that man grabbed them about the neck and attempted to drag them from the side-'' walk. He fled when they »creamed. --Yarmouth, England, exports to Europe mor« than 80 per cent of the 1,000.000,000 herring landed there annually. DUPONT P?bricoid,[ in fancy colorful patterns, for table covers, outdoor cushions,' etc. 48 inches wide. Per yard 49c DIAL 27-161 LEI AND OKMINSON STRUTS DRl-BRITE Liquid Wax for floors-"No Rubbing"--"Ko Pollshinjr" Pints , TSc Quarts tl.18 KLEEN-FLOOH for cleaning waited floors, per quart ?ftc Eagle's Printed Silk CREPES Give You Soaring Ideas for Spring Dresses! This will be one occasion when you will be glad you haven't vouv mind made up -- there is such wonderful inspiration in the variety of these new Eagle prints! Highty multi-olored florals, staple pin-dots, and bright plaids on light and dark grounds are only a few highlights, and you'll find, innumerable suggestions in our fashion books for making them up. The lovely dress fit the left, for example, is new for April, and in size 16 requires about four yards of material, which is only 79c- $ 1 YARD Second Floor A 1933 Value In TOWELS "The heaviest I've ever SPCU at tlic price" said one employee who has been with us for ]S yeisrs! All white, »\7P 111x44, and as he said. -- E X T R A HEAVY! Five For $1-00 You'll Like See These And Other Colonial Designs 2nd. Floor Belly Bales' Bedspreads All-over cotton jacquard design in orchiJ. rose, ftreen, blue, and fold. Twin size, $1.D9. Full size, $1.73." ·'Know Crystal" pattern, scalhped ·sdfres, same colors, either size, $...95. ·'Woodland Hose" pattern, seallc.ped border, biup. orchid, rose, gveen, gold and rust. Twin size, $4.59. Full size, 14.95 THE GREAT SALE of Geniune Oriental Ru^s By MR. H. K. DAMADIAN Following Are Some of' the Exceptional Values Offered to You During This Great Sale Fine Persian Lilihan Kups in r'u-li shades of rose, blue, camel's hair, and made of beautiful, silky wool. Sizes 2'/ 2 x 4V 2 ft. regularly $45.00, Now $25.00 eacK Lovely Imperial Chinese Rugs, with jnel- 'low sliHdes of Chinese blue, orchid, soft green, and Chinese yellow. Sizes 2 x 3 ft. and 2 x 4 ft. regularly $25.00 to $4:,.00. $15«$25 Vor/ fine-textured Persian Iran, Hamadan, and Ijilihnu KIIKS, in beautiful shades of soft blue, rich rose and tan. with finest Persian lamb's wool. Size :H/ a x 6 ft. Regularly $75.00 to $W).00, offered to yott now at $45 to $65 In this remarkable collection you will find many choice and finely woven Persian Kiriaansliali, Royal Kashan, Royal Sarouk Rugs, .sizes 6 x 9, 9 x 12, 12 r 19, and 14 x 23 feet. These niaRiiilicefit room-size nijrs«are offered to you at great savings. Also, a large assortment of Persian antique nigs, w i t h soft snd mellow colorings, suitable for hallways and M a i l ways. Durable and Serviceable Rugs! Priced very reasonably. This remarkable collection is so complete in its variety that you will be able to titid here what y«u want, whether it is a small table mat or a full room-size rug! Exhibition and Sale Fourth Floor Houseclcaning SPECIALS "Wyandotte" DETERGENT -- « powder for cleiminf, (crabbing, mopping or (touring. 5 lb. bag; with il»ker can top 75e FAIL HOLDER--to At on ladder Me *t.K TRASH BUHNERS-- Large size OUTSIDE CLOTHES Dryer f«.M CURTAIN STRETCHERS-Each »l.t« DUPONT DUCO, quick drylnf. quart, il.7S» pint, We; half-pint. Sic; quarter-pint, Stte. DUPONT quick-ilrying enamel, quart, $:.35; pint, 70t; 4Se; quarter-pint, 80e. WIGGS' Waterlen Cleanier, tttt., old reliable compound for all. ' houiehold cleaning, a lb. regularly fl.OO, special 69c Two New Spring SpecUls by JOHNSON 1 pt. Glo-Coat, regular price TSe 1 Glo-Coat Applier, reg. price Tie Regular value flJO SPECIAL--Both for tt* 1 pt. Johnson's Wax, reg. ,. TSe 1 Double Duster Mop, reg. .. Me Regular value |1.M SPECIAL--Both for Me APEX moth Preveniatbre* at* the most effective that we haw* yet discovered. You'll need than! Cakes ISc, Me Crystals Me, Me, 7J« Moth Myst Spray TSe Electric Furuigators ....... tl.W SANETTK Step-on Garbag* Pall, 4 gal. capacity, green, Jvory and white. Regular I2.M. Special $t.«S FOREST AIRE Moth-proof chest for storage of woolens, blankets, underwear, etc. Size 30 x 14 x U, decorated. Reg. 49c. Special We AIR-TITE whit* lined, cedarUed moth-proof garment b»«r, will hold three or four garments. Side opening. 3Bc each or three for fl.OO "Logan Gem" FURNITURE POLISH, Pints 15c each; Quarto, tl.ll each. O'CEDAR Polish-4 oi. buttle 11 oi. bottle SOe "Big Chief" DUST MOPS, fitted with spring handle, green yarn mop. Specia 1 JOHNSON'S Paste Floor Wax-1-Pound can BSc ^-Pound can SOc 2-Pound can $1.50 4-Pound can fS.OO Downstairs · Store Housecleaning Any of the three new Hoover model*, mere efficient ..f*v and lower priced, can 5*1.00 now be bought on £g new term*--at low a t . . T In addition, we will give you · free houMCleaninfj trial of any model-without obligation. 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