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SECOND NOVEMBER NUMBER, 1036
All men, according to the Decla
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! FIELD NOTES
(CGontinued from Page 1.) |
controls 1,200 properties. If they
squawk, up go their .assess.
ments. And so on down the line.
Play ball or . ~ else. >
SECOND VOlCE—Supposg¢ some
‘ one gets hip? How're you goin' to
cover up? Gy 3
| FIRST VOlCE—Phooey on that
|noise! People are too dumb. Did
|they get hip when I was running
that business opportunity racket?
| Did they get hip when I was selling
one gas station three or four times
a day? Dumb, I tell you. Just plain
{dumb. I'm too smart for 'em, |
THIRD VOICE-—Heh, heh, heh.
That’s what YOU think.
FIRST VOICE~Pipe down! - |
FIFTH VOICE—~Say, Boss,
when can | cut ioose from the
queen? She gets in my hair. Na
poleon promised me a long time
ago that he'd transfer her to some
other payroll, but he gidn't do it.
How come? |
FIRST VOICE—WeII, he hadda
have ‘a mouchiard, didn't he? And'
| boy, was that baby some mouchard!’
FIFTH VOICE Yeah, I know,
TOO damn good. Be a good sport,
Boss, and get her outta my hair.
I'm sunk, if you don’t. Give her to
80-Peep, or Minnebaha, or Squat
ting Cow, or shoot 'er back in the
hills on -a reconnaissance party
with a wild cat (and may the Lerd
have mercy on the wild cat!).
FIRST VOICE—I'II see what I
can do, Bluebeard. .
FIFTH VOICE-—~Thanks, Boss.
SIXTH VOICE—Say, Boss, who's
the guy in the ‘“shiny mew Packard”
that Field Notes mug wrote about
last week?
FIRST VOICE Humph! That
Field: Notes mug better keep his
yip shut or I'll sue him ‘for libel.
| THIRD VOICE—Heh, heh, heh.
That's what YOU ‘think. A helluva
fat chance you got suing that bird
tor libel. -
FIRST VOICE Pipe dawn!
’ Hairoil, what made you ask about
Frank and his Packard? You
should know. He's plenty smart,
That real estate angle is just a
bluff, You know-—get caught in a
jam—big squawk—much kiyi-ing
—DAV stuff—whitewash . . . We
~ protect ourselves, boy.
THIRD VOICE-—Heh, heh, heh,
That's what' YOU think.
FIRST VOlCE—Willyou PLEASE
‘pipe down! * g
SIXTH VOICE—That Paul guy
spotted the blonde and me in
George's new speak the other night.
SECOND VOICE—Yeah, and he
ran smack into me slithering out of
Roy’s “heads-I-win-tails-you-lose”
emporium the same night. Wotta
life! .
FIRST VOICE—AII right. ALL
RIGHT. Cut the comedy. Let's get
;down to cases;
} 80-Peep, they've got the goods on
you—PLENTY. And what they
‘haven’t got another buy has locked
up in a safe deposit vault. What's
the answer?
- SECOND VOICE—I don’t know,
Boss. Cantcha put the heat on the
boys and head it off?
FIRST VOICE Heat, hell!
- Whadda you suppose we been
~doing all this time? Didn't we
make Maureen sit tight when
Cupid gave him those files before
election? Well, we ain't licked
yet. Just sit tight, 80-Peep. SIT
TIGHT,
| And you, Don Juan. Whadda
they got on you?
THIRD VOICE—Heh, Heh, heh.
Not a cockeyed ‘thing, Boss. Sup
pose I did make the boys and girls
pay off my campaign expenses at
s 0 much per month? What of it?
I only nicked 'em 25 per cent.
They'd rather pay than go on relief,
FIRST VOICE—How about you,
Cupid? Are you pure and white?
FOURTH VOICE And HOW!
Just a campaign assessment, that's
all. Same as Don Juan, only not so
much-—five bucks a month from
each of the boys and girls.
THIRD VOICE—Heh, heh, heh.
‘That's what YOU think, l
FIRST VOICE—Pipe down! Any
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Bad Eyesight Says
-~ City Light Ex-eri
“More than a commereial <ot
~& truly humaunitarian enter; ¢.”
Thus did J. D. Ross, superiniend
ent of City Light, describe the new
promotional policy to bring people
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protection to the priceless eyesight
of those who read, study and work
in thése homes,
““We need only to view the aston
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thousands of defective eyesight a
mong school children, to realize the
vital importance of providing pro
per lighting to check the common
danger of eye strain which induces
blindness and causes headaches
and nervous disorders,” Ross point
ed out,
BELTRAMO WINS ACCLAIM
AS MUSICAL COMPOSER
One of the most interesting and
colorful members of Seattle’s noted
musical colony is Guiseppe Beltra
mo, Italian musicmaster, vocalist
and composer.
Born in Italy, Beltramo received
early training from his father, a
teacher and director in Turin and
well known throughout Italy as a
‘musician of marked ablility. He is
well versed in practically all Span
ish, French and Italian operas.
Beltramo is a well-rounded out
musician, skilled in playing a num
bér of instruments and a vocalist
of ability He has given unusual
‘attention to the piano accordian
and his compositions show rhymic
and melodic versatility,
In 1831, he entered the field of
composers and wrote two numbers
that” immediately found favor with
concert artists. “Petite Rhapsody”,
for piano and violin, ventures far
atleld in technical design, requiring
virtuokity of the performer. “Mig
non”, melodic valse caprice, in a
tuneful number, most appealing.
‘They were introduced in the con
servatory at Turin by his brother,
who teaches there, and by Prof.
Riccardo Ressel, head of the con
servatory. Both compositions have
been highly praised by critics.
Among Beltramo’s many popular
compositions for aceordion are Hap
}pineu March, Primi Ricordi March,
Night in Spain Tango. Hesitation
Concert Waltz, Dizzy Accordionette
Novelty, Rimpinato Waltz and Av
anti Accordianist March.
Many of Beltrano's pupils have
gone far in the field of music. Her
man Krupp was the first to intro
duce the accordion in the Orient
while the localuucei quartet was
kaown from the Atlantic to the
Pacific.
In 1932, Beltramo married Fran
cis Sutter, well known pianist and
accompanist.
—_—-s:
skeletons in your closet, Bluebeard ?
~ FIFTH VOICE—P-l-e-n-t-y! And
’two dames on my neck and in my
hair. Wotta mess! WOTTA MESS!
FIRST VOICE —Yeah, you
- WOULD play around with the
dames, and get your picture taken
~in a nightsthirt or shorts or some
~ thing or other. Dummy up, Blue
\ beard, dummy up. And keep those
~dames quiet,
} Prince Charming, 1 hear some
%nuty rumors about your office.
How's about it? Whatinell you been
up to, or into?
~ SIXTH VOICE—Woe is me. Woe
is me. I'm just a lone cow-hand.
Between dames and cadavers and
juries and speakeasies and a few
other odds and ends, I'm about nuts,
CHORUS—So you won't talk, eh?
FIRST VOICE (pounding the
table)—PlPE DOWN!
CHORUS How about YOU,
‘Boss? What have they got on YOU?
’ (First Voice gulps, swallows
| stub of cigar, glares at partners
~ in-crime and begins to rave).
~ THIRD VOICE—Heh, heh, heh.
Hold th' phone. I gotta idea!
: (To be continued)
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ensions Not Sought For Other
Than Disabled, Says Vet Group
A flat denial that organized vet
erandom seeks general pensions
was recently made by national head
rs of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars.
The stand is taken in line with
the decision made at the 37th an
nual convention at Denver when
the organization “reiterated its long
standing policy on compensation or
pensicns only for those who are
paysically uafit.”
In its 37 years of history, the
VFW has never advocated compen
sation or pension legislation for
ablebodied veterans, men in full
possession of their powers. Advo
ecacy of the recent “bonus” pay
ment {avolved an entirely different
prineiple, and at no time has the
organization asked anything for
those who are physically well. The
general pension charge is appar
ently a trick of enemies of the
VFW to pave the way for new at
tacks on existing veteran leglsh-'
Sons of Union Veterans to Carry
on for Grand Army of Republic
The Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War is the second
oldest patriotic organization in the United States. The Grand
Army of the Republic was organized in 1866 and the Sons of
Union Veterans in 1880.
} Membership in the organization is restricted to direct de
'scendants of veterans who fought with the Union forces from
11861 to 1865. ———
The Sons of Union Veterans was
formed in 1880 under the directing
hand of members of the Grand
Army of the Republic whose vision
extended beyond the life and work
of the parent group to an organi
zation which would cherish, protect
and perpetuate their traditions,
their ideals and their memories.
SONS CARRY ON
At the national encampment of
the Grand Army of the Republic in
Des Moines, lowa, September 14 to
17, 1931, the following resolution
was unanimously adopted:
Resolved that the Grand Army
of the Republic established and
has given proper observance of
Memorial Day since 1886, we, iu‘
annual encampment nsembled,‘
now grant whatever right we
have to maintain our memories
-and see that our graves are prop
erly decorated on Memorial Day,
to the Sons of Union Veterans
of the Civil War, and protest any |
other organization usurping that |
right in any place where a campi
of the Soxns of Union Veterans of |
the Civil War exists, ‘
The pledge of the Sons of Union|
Veterans is to keep green the mem-i
ory of the Grand Army of the Re-|
public, to properly observe Memo-|
rial Day, to see that the graves of
G. A. R. veterans are properly mark
ed and decorated, that the monu
ments erected in their memory are
kept standing and in repair, and to
assist in the preservation of the
Constitution and the flag of the
United States for which they fought
to maintain.
The platform of the Sons of Un
fon Veterans is as follows:
1 Affirm full faith in the alleg
iance of the principals and ob
jects of the order, as set forth
in the constitution and by-laws;
2 Declare adherance and loyalty
to the fundemental principles of
the goverament, as set forth in
the Constitution of the United
States, and demand of all cit
izens respect for it and for prop
erly constituted authority;
SUPPORT PROGRAM
3 Approval and support of any ade
quate army and navy, reserve
| officers’ training camp, Nation
al Guard and citizens' military
‘ training camp;
;4 Demand truthful teaching of Am
.~ erican history and government,
stressing the Constitution and
~ Insisting that the public school
system is primarily for the pur
pose of development of charact
er aad the upbuilding of good
citizenship;
5 Oppose war and plead for peace
and honor those who have borne
arms in defense of the country
in time of war.
If the platform and policies of the
organization meet with your appro
val and you are a direct descendant
of a Union veteran the Sons of Un
ion Veteran extends a cordial invit
tation to affliate with and become a
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tion, it Is said.
~ Those who deny government re
sponsibility for war disabled vet.
erans and oppose government com
pensation for disabled veterans on
strictly selfish grounds conatinually
accuse the VFW and other veteran
groups of contemplating a general
pension demand for ablebodied as
well as disabled veterans, reports
indicate,
“The VFW will never abandon
its fight in behalf of those who are
disabled and in need of rehabilita
tion as a result of physical handi
caps,” national headquarters recent
ly announced. “We will always con
-Itond that the veteran who served
his country with honor is entitled
to the gratitude and respect of the
government and the people. We will
always combat any principle which
makes the disabled veteran an ob
of public charity. We have nev
er asked for a general pension and
it is our belief that we never will.”
member of the order. It needs your
membership. The cost is trivial, the
reward great.
For further information, address
K. L. Forbes, department com
mander, 526 18th Avenue, Seattle,,
’ Washington. Telephone EAst 5321,
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“Seattle's smartest appliance
store.”
That is the American Home Ap
pliance Company, it is said, located
at 4722 University Way, where vet
erans and their friends are always
welcome, regardless of whether or
not they purchase anything, accord
ing to the management, bkt
A complete line of general elec:
tric appliances for the home, radio,
refrigerators, ranges, washers, vac
uum cleaners, ironers and, last but
not least, that great hoon to house
wives—dishwashers-—is in stock at
all times at prices within reach of
even those in the most moderate
of circumstances,
SMART DESIGNS
The season’s latest creations of
America’s smartest designers of
every kind of appliance for dining
room and kitchen are on display.
Included among them are roasters,
food ecrafters, toaster sets, waffle
sets, coffee sets, percolaters, and
scores of beautiful as well as useful
items for the home.
Veterans are interested in saving
dollars. There is no better place
to start saving them than at the
store of the American Home Ap
pliance Company, it is said.
| Gets New Job
L. L. DeWaissey, Port of Seattle
executive, was recently appointed
regional chairman of the advisory
committee of the Democratic na
ltlonal finance division by Post
‘master General James Farley. The
appointment was announced by E.
B. McGovern, state director of
‘Washlngton for the finance division.
The organization will be permanent,
he said, and will centralize liquida
tion of all campaign deficits of the
party,
~ Before his appointment to the
Port of Seattle staff several years
ago, DeWaissey was with the state
highway department. He has lived
in Seattle for the past 15 years and
has always taken an active and
prominent interest in Democratic
party activities.
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