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Tiff PAM3 NEWS, rs B ue Beats Burns, Bill Sledge Wins Texas League Leaders ROOSEVELT TALKS POWER AT BONNEVILLE PROJECT Frenchy Flies Into When Bums Wins Second Fall Rage bad Kian, proved Tuesday •why he carries this title into ring with him by first crippling I then bearing Billy Burns in- the main event of Manager Fred : Oreger's -weekly wres=t!ing card at Paris Athletic C!ui>. LaRue had to co*32<& from behind to -^"in after •Burns had grabbed the first fall and in winning LaRtie succeeded in, making scores of new enemies asnosag local fandom. -Frenchy's rage started when Suras tore out of his corner and |e : 25 seconds had pinned X^Hue's a3io*tl<2ers to The mat following a. series of flying tackles. Preachy Tvas-so mad he almost boiled over and "onto the mat as the result of JSwras" surprise tactics. He stayed right in the ring and bantered with ringside -£ans while Bums retired to liis dresstrjg room to await the second fall. The second £a" wer:~ to !LaRue after 12 minutes of wrestiir!? wher. Ise battered Bums into submission and. ihen clamped an alligator GH- hizn. Bums, on; cold, unable to say he conceded the and before L*a.Ri;e could be off liim. Bums* arrr.a had "been Iojiire<2- TMs -was too rr.vich for some fan. who evidently didn't like LaRrse anyhow. At" any rate a pop bottle come sailing in the ring and hit a. ringside spectator just a split- jniaiiie before tie thro'wsr thereof •was escorted, from the arena by two police. But tb.e fans "were up ia arms at I^aHu-e's tactics asd "booed liisi loudly. last fall -was just a matter seconds as La,Hne battered zo the znat and srra.bbec the >r clutch, again. 3Tor do-w^irigrit wrestling with no xongii .stuff tbroTrn in the semifinal Tuesday nigat zoolc its place *3nosg the besc marches ever o'- :f«re<I Iiere. Xiclc Slitci, the veteran i. was defeated by Bill n. is a match t.hat sa-rr •wrsstlers set into and out of iolds- Boti; wrestled cleanly «31 the way and the fans voiced tlteir aprovsl. Sledge proved to be TssQy improvecl over kis last per- ;'*ad ; fcept. Siitch. biisy all the way. -'";••: Itr 1 was .jSlizch's favorite liold, his Stnuaii., -catapult, tlia.t sp-elled his diorwnfeU Tuesday rds-ht- Xick; TTOH . >v ££te'-seco£ki fall in one mizs^te with -. "this. feat, btrt.in the last fall, ceci-ded 'ia-'lT'siintites. Sledge did not walk sear • eiLDtisii to tije ropes for EBidr- to r*ac5i -bin-. _-_s a ressrt 2vick"- .Jen on his neck and- injured liimseif so it was a simple matter 'iOr.. Slefige to pin his sl-oulc^rs. ...'.Sofia, wrestlers were r:-art a.s tlie fell -was declced. Sefig-e, -who proved as fast as notices indicated he was. es-footbs.il player's favor- 'i±t ihe laying taxkle, wi=:cn iie f olIcxwed: -up trith. a double Japanese : "toe 'Jioid. But Slitch threw h-iirs in second fall almost before they Se around the ring and then .*^ Lr °'* K "— tnm"gi the ropes b~ 'for cis it-man catapult. It /iappeaed so qtzickly many fans at " " failed to see wv, £ t har-r-en- Slrtcii burtlec through the xnocke-ii SZeSg-e to the cen- 3f the ring and pounced c-r: hint a panther. -iDespir* no p'-elintina.rr Tcesdav By the Associated Press Leading hitters—Morgan. San Antonio, .561; Bell. Galveston, .35$; Hooks, Tulsa, .342. Total hits—Morgan. San Anto? nio. 169. | I>oub!es—Bel!. "Galveston, 40. i Triples—Hooks, Tuisa. IS. : Home runs—York, Fort "Worth, 1 Runs baited in—Bettencourt. I San Antonio, 103. 1 Runs scored—Bell, Galveston. I 103. I Stolen ba^es—Shelley. Beau• mont, SO. ( Most games won—Hillin, f Auronio. 2", | Most strikeouts—Kennedy, a City, 125. San Ok- I Oilers Best I Indians As Hooks Stars Gets Three Hits In Four j Tries to Help 6-3 Victory BT Press Sports Writer Alexander Hooks, who several I years ago tossed nis Southern : Methodist university books of j knowledge aside and started earn| Ing iiis living by playing profes- ; sional baseball, batted the Tulsa I Oilers to a. 5 to 3 victory Tuesday ! night over Oklahoma City. | Hooks got his 142sd» 143rd and i 144th hits of the season with three I safe blows in four times at bac. I _. . T~ | He connected for his 34th double -E.ilmmateS Henry PrUSoff- * £.15^ "H*•"""; T 5r' r * rr^D?^ o-* r^i* r'TT % ~r*^rt^ * £? T T Tk"? -w -•I c^npigJ io Sf'In on"; ™ "S j Deeded Player. In Lona I score two. John t-toneharr:. Tulsa. 1 1 rightfielder. stole a bit of Hooks" j j thunder with, a double a^ici home I BKOOKHIXE. M i rtis Xha.t drove across two runs, err "l^ity" Br^-an. of Chattanoona j Southpaw Frank Barnes went the Tenn. v ^ve<i " the q uarter-finals j"j>ute^for i'alsa and stopped the round of rae L,onsrwood Bowl ten- j last place Indians with sis hits. | nis toirrnarnest from being an alls' "Hed" Copelanc, one of Hotis- ' i ton's verr best inriers, took a | shot at tbe league leading- San An] tonio ^Missions- That -was all | "HecT* took. Se started ducking | after that for the IVIissiori? show- In his first public address since his return to th* United States from a vacation cruis*. President Rcos*. vel. spoke to a crowd of thousands at Bcnneviile, Ore, where the S ovemment is »pending $31.000.000 on a ^irj* "av'Satlon project. He called the nation's new power projects "yardsticks" created «o peopl. •win Know .n«y ar c payinfl the proper price for *fectricity." (Aatociated Press Photo) Bryan Moves Up In Play >vood Bo>vl Tournament F ByDub F ARE Furey Hugo Wins Off Anders Again, 7-0 * ••...' Tiger* Now Have Won Four Games In District - • Scrie* .: . , ANTLERS. OkJa.-, — Behind tbe masterful pitching of "I^fty" Harper. Hugo Tigers romped - to another victory, their fourth straight, over the Antlers Mountaineers by a shutout score" of 7 *o 0. 1 Hugo's lead-off man "Peewee" Simpson, drove the second ball pitched in the first inning against the- left field fence, under the score board and raced around the circuit 'before Antlers fielders could recover the ball for the first. run of the game. The Tigers scored two more runs in the third, one each in the fourth and fifth, and two in the ninth to bring their total to seven. The- visitors collected 12 hits off "I^efty" Byington. Harper, Hugo's pitcher, held the Mountaineers harmless all the way. with the ejcceptioa of the exception of the fifth when two bases were occupied, and he bore •down and retired the side. The ^Mountaineers were able to garner only five hits off Harper. j Score by innings; ( Hugo 102^ 110 002—T 12 i Antlers ,.. 000 000 090—0. 5 4 Batteries: Hugo. Harper and Brown: Antlers, Byington and Benn. Umpires: Pettigrew and Speairs. Who Did Get Hit? e j they unresl some Paris Battlers informed tis on j ^ n ^ =;cmietime-= u A^AT'sAGi.R Gene Logsdon o Paris Battlers informed t: Tuesday he will have a tough team on hand Sunday for his team \vhen he brings the Cole Park t-eara of Dallas here for a game. Cole Park is in the IDal.'as city major Ie::jrti- urc is reputed to be a toiz^h team to hancils. is not so heads- i up. An example of this carae the when Rodgers-Wade Wins Frt)m Paris 5-3 The Rodgers-TVade entrant, champions of the first half of the city leasrue race, defeated the I»aris Xews teans. 5 to 3. Tuesday afternoon on South Thirty-first street diamond. The batting feature of the was a home run in the first favorites affair- He advance-fi Tuesday by defeating the seventh seede<» Kerry Fru- sofi of Seattle, in a s:ubi>ora ! . three-hour niEirh. and became the : J--orsdon said Tuesday the Cole 1 3 only unseeded player lei: in the ; Park ^c=rreJration had been recom-! j erec him with 14 hits for a T to | oowl competition. \ aieaded to hirr- bv Hai> Mo--^ j | G victory. Copeland w-eui eisrht [ . The pairings matched him with i manager of the American "u ' : is Jiifficiilt t& beat- Tuesday nisrht I Austin, Texas, in TVed^^s^pv'* ' ' ' ' ~i~L'~^-~^-, "C, "" = ; he was so rl^ht he limited the I sla.v " ty^&yXf&WtsSg&^is^ "T^*" ™ ^^ c^-.-. J3u£fa-oes to £>ur scattered hts. . | ^Hlson, who won ^ Lon^ood l a 9 - tom,er ! ^ { ih.e Padres made a sweep of the ! trophy in 132S, \vas estendeci r.o i three-Eame series. It was the ! defeat John iIcD:armi-S of Fort I second shrrtout for the pace-set- | TTorth, Texas, and sain, the quar- | *-£rs, . I ter-finais. ! Little Sa2 GHatto. a rigrhi-hanc:- j ^rankle Parker of Sprln s I^ake, [ er, conquered the r.ort ^Corth Cats, j X. J., faced Johnny Van Ryn. Phil(~ to 1, at I>allas - sis-cliim waerc | adelpfeia, »V"edizesd-ay. and 'serk- j 11.170 cash customers paid off to j eley 3eH, New York. dre"vv !>on; see ths Steers win thei^- .third | aid Sudg-e of Saa Francisco for I straig-hr since retnmir:? 1 froin sn f an opponent. f unstsrc«sf?fui roa-5 trip. Gliatto \ Jack Tide-all of Holly—-ood. Cal.. Thtr* were scrambled accounts of th* latest Hollywood fisticuffs episode in which eyewitnesses said George Raft (above) of the film* hit a man identified as Sam Satz. but Raft dented it. The trouble was reported to have started over a remark about Raft's recent operation to "make: over** a cauliflower ear. {Associated Press Photo) DISTRICT MEET IS SET AT BRASHEAR COMMERCE.—According to zui announcement by Reo Kabero, district secretary, the district conference of the Methodist youn?r people of the Sulphur Springs district tvill be held in Brashean. Aujrusc IS and 19. The first day of the meet -sviil inent to homes, etc. The jtroup from Cumby will entertain -witli a play entitled "The Joy-Makers*' In the evening:. Kichard Irvin will brinsr a messasre ori **Liove. the Dynamic" in the evening: services for three players of f ,. jone ream were ganged Tirt around j! . • ! Third base. all trving to perch I 1 * 03 ** by ^ ailess - catcher for the there, la the spiurg'e that folios- Ne ^ S team - 1 Ka.T hurled- and Bailey caught for I the victors. For the N'ews team Sunday, the second meet. day or tho Dallas Club ToPlayHere Cole Park Nine to Engage " . Battlers In Sunday Cole Park, of the Ballax City Major League, will be the next attraction at the . local ball park when they ^ngage Gene. Ix>esdon k s Battlers Sunday afternoon. *Thia club is considered one o£ the strongest amateur ascribe*. tion* around Dallas, being made up in part of a number of former professional ball players. V Manager Ljogsdon will hax-e * strong team to combat the invaders. Harper, the sensational left- hander Crom Bogata, win probably be on the firing line for the home club and behind Harper will b* some of the best talent in this section, according to Manager London. This will probably be the last game of the season for th« Lossdon club unless there" is. a. re- viral of interest amon^ the fans, Logsdon has stated, Should the club be . disbanded it would mean that the* propose*! tournament tx> include three Oklahoma towns, would be abandoned, at least for this season. Lossdon, lias worked hard to get a winner- tor Paris, and has performed his work under several distinct handicaps. He has provided some- good baseball for local fans, the game of last Sunday being one of tlie best played on the local lot this season. v. The games played to date haT» served at least one grood turn. it#. asmuch as it lias brought out a number of ama.teur_ stars. Including; Burke of Blossom, . Bailey of Po-svderiv. Speairs and others-of this-city, and Harper, a. hitherto unknown chunker. Harper, start- ins- his first Tsra.me: against- th» Hugo Tigers, Tc-aa so effective be utilized in registration, assign- -.-vsrainst that really good ball dub that the Hugo club borrowed: him for The sandlot scries. > If Paris fan* want base ball- Hi* rest of the season they can show it by turning out Sunday, -which, is to be the final test. Play. wQl be started at 3:3<^o'clocfe .with th* admission price at 25 cents.! | ed ail ivere retired, but only TWO | \r?re needed as there already was s-nd the fielding, like the base U2 _ F rii..ir.i^= sroes from, tse sublime 10 zhe » ^^ r;<J:cu!ous. Outfielders, re- '- worked a b'arin ^stopped Fort TTorih Tr i ^-^ easily bested Pitc ! "=^20 sJl-owed I>al!as " I Ti:»s;fzy"s game die cross-fi' that ha.d a day off. He rested hits esday for a sem;-fina_: duel w:-h. er Jonnard, | either Bell or Budge in the lower hits. j half of the draw, his cuartor-final^ not switch ! opponent. Bryan "Bits:--"" Grant, of a p . former t f' v:ii '-' ir ^° c.mrc, hold th.-o ball zo manager of the j " e lf he is =°*-= home or vcfce- Tesas lea-f Iiier to Ihro ' a " ^« ball in to their ' catcher. But In Monday's game, Jairies, second baseman for the I-'-r-Tex Oil company ieam. turned In a fielding- gem wnen be rob.' e^ a Crate Factory batier of ~-£<at looked like a cinch r-g-fct fie-d. Hamilton, Read and Crenshaw hurled and Msaess caught. day in an eight-inning game. And between times he got rwo doubles. base bit with a runner \ a ^ip^e and a walk in four trips. f He turned in the same sort of bat- ti^g performance last Friday •*srain£T the News team. IE looks like they can't get him out- Have Tour Quilts And Blankets Cleaned Note at Lone Price* Be ready for cold nights by having your quiits and blankets laundered no'*- at our low prices. Don't T& r ait for the rush.... Be ready 1 * PHONE 32 AND 33 This boy Renfro. about '."e hav-j ="Doke.n previous!" r? nit to! - E ^"«Q. after Pyorr&ea ha* affect- A\ ed your stomacfe, kidneys and your j general health, Leto's Pyorrhea j Remedy, used as directed can save j| you. Dentists recommend it. Drnp- Srists returs your money if it fails. $1.00 OKER LEffEES OP BLAIRf IOC AC L AU * OR V -^ . , ^ J**^*1^i» * W^^Jft ^i J Wli t*»Vi*sT * m. ing His pitching. wh:fr><! 15 Suu-ipaiaoe Drug Store.—Adv. : Antonfo 1-ead^ "c-rlth GalTe-ron s-*c- | rr-g- cr?n:r>etiilTr-, \ o^.5 ^ '3>* s "£"\j TT 1 . orft. * rif r~»5 S.T*' Q "T"^ **^*s. - __ . ^ "-ean.ni.ont and Galveston did not I COURTS SIXTH DISTRICT COTTKT Xevr Cases Filed I>. E, Jeffus vs. "i"r. 'H- Barn' ceot and foreciosure of lien. Safety Meet Is Held Here P ark players have cc'Iided on the playing field or else Hap has seen the Sunday opponents for the Battlers in act:on. At any rate tre feel Hap is in a. position to be able to give a pretry fair line on the strength of a baseball club, -arhat with all his perience in the sport. i Gas Company Employe* I Are In Paris From Five i To~WTlS ie card w^s enjoyed by the increased number -of fans on har.c .*Bd. •SPSS generally conc-ided to be -lows'. "3>esi all-around card Ms.na.eer eT- yet lias sta.gr e<i. DISTRICT COUKT Phillips, judge I tion. the Texas Cities Gas Con-- : ? ~ | par:— h-eld its second Safety meet- .' j_ that oiig-ht oasht to arouse a. lot of Interest among Paris fans ^ho foilo-w the amareur sport is scheduled to be *, w anrceled here I-abor Day, j irhieh this ysar is on September s Z- It TT:!I pit the -Dinners of the f first and second halves of the ctir- e "- ; rent city league baseball race la a Quarters Located By Salvation Armv Odessa Smycth .Quarters ai IC'; Bo-ham street. .-.«£. -the : inter^ec-r.ion of Seventeenth *Creet» have b-e*-n ot't.i:rs«-d bv T"r-> ;. SaJyadoa Army for :'.s v.. c-rk" Sr.- . local offic arid a. d-esk - that ':<iou3<2 i>f u^ •fs ask^c "o notify "•^.e X**.r Pl.E-.ss .•JWrrXin Wijf*?lr,pr t/-, to Vtw? v/ork cr^ - 1<? py^t:*.: -who- is trcc-jr _ , vj ._ i ( r _ ^ \ Thj ? I-abor Bay contest Trill b f^J^.t'^J.^r,..^" ^^" s ''"^ Ci ~" J j staged under the auspices of th<i : j. aj. ,-„..-.,_. j .•iiseric-an "Cericm and wiJI be h€ld i Among the speakers -sras W. • a- -he ne^r Iias^ba"! park- north of '•• r-cth, divorce. ! -~~ Ailrtd of D-alls-s, v;-ho gave ; to^rn, Hvery cent of the proceeds i | ;ife sav:r:>; de™o^s:rat:o^s «Js £tp- i -.vi;i 50 to the Salvation Anr- •: tAMAR COriVTT COURT i proved by th- JLrrzerican Red j Trhlch recently has come into Part*-) C. A. Martin, jud^e I Cross. poir ; tir ; g out that men had I -,\-ith jts -srork. i Xcw Cases Filed !*:•*«." rr:sd~ to ii-r«athe after eig-hr. = : The Rods-?rs-V.'ad« team -wo-' T-.VO cajees of vag-ancy. on* cas* j hou.rs of -v.-rk o: res-j.sc;ta.t:o-i. H* | the f:rsr. half of the citv"ieagc'> ' d^Hriauer:* child and one I the patient '•Officer •2*a Se : j>i.«r>,-5l>er nation. H* ; the to start • riarathou., but right no i-u-i until ; liic* the second half might, devel- : • — — r — -•- -— - ••- -—— JT- •• —- —•-•—* --^ •* *^ --^*J. > o.- : j^.vO <L ^T»\iS-"Op^r3 S^ifij.^" jTlST^ v ^ Cocmr Anto I.Socrt*es | : > y a phy £ ic!*n- | ccim to th«* -wire. A* 3*ast -w^o ' ; Pas«ai?er^ C 8 "^ _ ! T?r. C. King c-f the Hartford In- j t-^ms, th* JLamar Creatnerv a-d 1 . ^^Ac.ar.ta^^-jest. - ar:s, . iy-ioutn | £Uracce company p-osnted out the i ;n.e Crate Factory. are accorded : ~°"Cf v^'p^^..-., Pa ^ s . 7 ,,. fc | difference i^t^een b-rry and co- j <oo - Chances of bumping th^ first? . baVV-"C^^« ^.^ ' " --'"• I orainate-i SP^G on tht job f ,ha3; cftanipioas off and winning; . - ---.--- ! -pi-amir-sr *Kspioy*s of th* L<one _ ? -.h* s-jc-ond half title for thern5»5- i Marriasre I,icen*-e* Is&wed I v-«t.. j—j.^^..- ^- .*„ ^.w.^.. «. ^ »«•„.. | \T..-v, ?f .i w»-^>!- --.*« v-« v*-!: 1 /--! avoia ;a.-::ng- unaecessary \ | ; K: ^.. 5 """ *" " "" -'•— - —* j crtanc<-f. ! If -..h« happens. tae b*n«*";t ? : BS.S*- Sates and j-Hsss Franrois I Vl '" ^" " i -^ a - r < :Js '- r: - Paris nis.rta- i game Ttr.g-ht w«!I be one of the ; • D*rf*jr.;aJk. - s ' er - a '" r -' = 'S' s^ ro&ft-.':as-.^r. Intro-i play-off gra.m» for the city charr-! : Ed V;"r^arr.« and Mis* I^OTiIsw? 1 ^ uc * d -^"^ Soyrstors, editor of the j plocship. And. in the event the i Xcr-?/ood- I 2>S-^;ar County Echo, "who gave a.: rtod&ers-"tVa«Je tea.m. •s?'ins the se<~-I , , I short taik on gas b:*!s. t-'oHowlng l' c-r,t! h.a.!< championship, -are sag 1 - ' Qtbum Is Winner I !f 1 C J'J^^J^ ^£ j ^! : ^£*Z££*™ r *- ™^' > 1 IB S«D Antonio GUNTERi In Dodge Contest j °* venting- homes vvher«e g^ts s.p- ; ;-.sa.:r.»t them m the beneftt con- ! —— _ I pltSJTiCSS Sir 1 :; "U&ed. I *.t;¥t- '• R. T. Osbars, ssles rr.anasrer for j A"iic-ng- *fto*e frcnj out of torrn I •• { I^tr.srford Motor Service. JOodg-e- f at "--« -.neeur-gr ••'.ere Johnnie In-1 "T*KEJ rrity leag-ue team p^ayt : P'ym^-jTb distributor, is ir receipt j man ac<l C. K. HcCrtar". iioseyl f potty baseb*)!. Occasionally; Of S. fSi.S*^ T"**^. >. *-H fr-<i-Tvs *^*t T^^-.^s**. Z C*>T*^~& • \f s. T*V T j* r*v V. \T ^ o?-.A \?irt J «,_»««. — . __ j :-f a cash r«-T.ard from the I>odg*: {Grove; .;^ctorr in th* ^reat OC&S.T to Js. P.. S"?*€»-py.fer;'^? contest J-u;y I .-.nd runs through ^.mb. Mr, &n4 Mrs. j Gist. aU of C;a.rks%;:^; K. 1 Dale \Vcfforc". .'-b wc-«Jc there arc | ham d^r^-t- A D B/ir"*-^- -sa."» •' :^ «. S 'h a^-arcs distribute to { L> o ^rjne, c' M. Ho4«j] ""M. JV. ; :ate ? , ar.5 Mr. Osburs is the win- | red.""*C""l*. "Tr^Jrt**" and" W.'V U ".r o* on*- of these prizear. There | Kins of j">a>la- arsd *- ? * «r *> Vt *?'Tf- O'T*; 1 :' iwo a.-w-SLTV*j= in th*- K»J»J*' f ^ *^. _ * *„' . " ..'." " '••*•• - . ^ Permanent Waves "*I,9J"» np to •$."« ,,7»j- ,wo awar<!* i-n th* st^te J oi the Texag CjU .«t*. one being- at TyJer and ' •h»r coming ?.o : I ROYAL BEAUTY SHOP I r ^; t in Pitr^s. AW JfMlettt Oncexing Air R<xrf Garden HTKUius FAMOUS SANDS NOW J EAT PASTRY j L*t,n«-ford, of L*afford Motor S*rv- ! "| ice, r*5Kir-.s that Juii' has i>€«n th<» ! J t>ig^*::£l rr.'jr,:";; In jxjiru c-f aal*r» in I ztt. ih« hyp.or;. of ih*.'r company. Th^y [ have delivered 24 £K;-dg»; and PSy- j mouth eajrs <!ur;n.gr rh« month. This] contest ptst on by the f&ctory is t •on* of ih* biggest.,ev*r a.tteznpt.«4 I by th*- faefjry *no aar dealerships l ' report ^->o# Ka.2*r.», a,i:!<3 t>/«re is I f rivalry and int«r«-*t j SELLANS ^^^ ^fcH^ foav* -been ord«re<3 oi York Received C*rio*d Marts TJ»*»e mitres are frotn 2 to J. .vears oM au<J w*jg:h from i.OOO to 3,40 Th«>m at Claude TerreIl T » HOTM «n^ M«U Btf „ North of Court Under The. Wide, And SPREADING SKY Summer is the season When the possibilities for enjoyment are multiplied about you. Under the wide and spreading sky there is room for much happiness. You don't need great wealth, and you don't need to fasten all your hopes for hapoiness on a short vacation. Whether you live in the city, with all its modern-means of tempering the climate to your needs, or in the country where the good earth responds so beautifully to your touch— there is much to do, pleasantly and happily, But there is art in enjoyment. You should dress properly for each occasion. You should have within easy reach the things that make hospitality inviting and gracious. You should have the means of refreshing and beautifying your person and improving your sense of well-being. You should be comfortable. It is not so hard to do all this. It is nof accomplished in one frenzied and expensive effort. Comforts should grow- about your home, as flowers and fruits blossom and ripen. Read the advertisements, and acquire the things you need from what yourlearn there. Fresh light summer wear. Foods and beverages that keep crisp and cool in modern refrigerators. Gas and electricity that cook and brighten without heating your rooms. Electric fans, perhaps. Soaps, cosmetics and heaps of fresh towels, for frequent jethowers. And read in the advertisements where to go and what to do in order to make Summer the golden season of your life.

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