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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, April 28, 1940, Section Two, Image 20

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FILM ON STEEL
MAKING BILLED
Engineers’ Club To See Indus
trial Movie Wednesday
Night Here
————
At the May dinner meeting of the
Wilmington Engineers' club, to be
held Wednesday evening at 7 o’clock
at the Cape Fear hotel, the Ten
nessee Cor* Iron and Railroad com
pany will present a paper and mov
ing picture on "The Making and
Shaping of Steel.”
Sales Manager G. C. Bruner will
be in charge of the presentation.
The seven-reel movie will consist
of a complete story in seven parts
dealing with all phases of steel man
ufacture.
The first is titled "Raw Materials”
fid relates the manner in which
iron ore and other materials are
gathered from mines and made ready
for use.
Next is "The Refining of Steel.”
showing how through the use of the
Bessemer converter and steel fur
naces this stage of the operation
is effected.
Third is “Fiat Rolled Products,"
and presented therein is the story
of how molten steel is rolled into
slags and other forms.
Then "Bars and Structural
Shapes” shows how these structu
ral materials are shaped from the
flat-rolled steel.
The last three parts, “Rails,
Wheels and Axles,” “Wire and Wire
Products,” and "Pipe and Tube Man
ufacture” show in graphic detail
the processing and manufacturing
methods employed in their manufac
ture.
CRANIUM
CRACKERS
THEY SERVE THE PEOPLE
The congressmen mentioned be'
low recently received wide public
attention. Pick out the reason each
was brought into the spotlight.
1. Senator Carl A. Hatch: (a)
sought to end U. S. purchase of sil
ver, (b) introduced railroad legis
lation, (c) sponsored bill to revise
‘‘clean politics” act, (d) invited
Mrs. Roosevelt to dinner party.
2. Representative Luther Pat
rick: (a) demanded hearing on
Sumner Welles’ European jaunt,
(b) gave definition of a congress
man’s duties, (c) asked impeach
ment of President, (d) urged exten
sion of Hull trade pacts.
3. Senator Vic Donahey: (a) re
fused to become ‘‘favorite son”
candidate, later announced retire
ment from Senate, (b) established
fund for care of orphans, (c) led
fight against census questions, d)
presided at hearing of subversive
activities.
5. Senator John G. Townsend:
(a) led movement to halt buying
of foreign gold and silver, (b)
criticized Vice-President Garner, (c)
announced he would support Far
ley for president, (d) asked re
vision of anti-trust laws.
(Answers on Market Page)
Preakness Grows Up Fast
BALTIMORE. — OP) — Little more
than 20 years ago the Preakness at
Pimlico track here was a sectional
race—for Maryland’s best three-year
olds. Now it ranks with the Ken
tucky Derby as the best of Ameri
can races. It is an older race than
the Dermv, a shorter one and a
slightly less valuable one. In 1919
the Preakness purse was jumped to
$25,000 and in 1922 to $50,000. It
is worth around $60,000 now.
HAROLD ROBINSON
IS AWARDED $900
Nell Adams Wins $150 Dam
ages In Suit Against
Swift & Co.
Harold Robinson, represented by
his next friend, Hamilton . Robin
son, was awarded $900 damages
from George J. Feinberg at the
closing session Friday of the two
week April civil term of New Han
over superior court, records at the
office of T. A. Henderson, clerk
of court, disclosed yesterday.
The plaintiff had brought suit
against the defendant seeking the
recovery of personal damages for
injuries sustained in a bicycle-auto
mobile collision in the Wilmington
section some time ago.
Divorce decrees were awarded in
the following cases: Marie Schnib
ben Evans vs. Edward H. Evans,
Josephine Hobbs vs. H. C. Hobbs,
and R. W. Fountain vs. Avace
Meares Fountain.
Nell Adams, represented by his
next friend, Irene Adams, was
awarded $150 damages from Swift
and Company in a civil action in
which the plaintiff sought the re
oovery of personal damages ror- in
juries suffered in a highway acci
dent.
Judge J. Paul Frizzelle, of Snow
Hill, the presiding jurist, also sign
ed an order that Alice Caro Goff,
widow', be declared owner of all
real property owned jointly with
her husband, T. E. Goff, Sr., at
the time of his death, and be giv
en a life' estate in all other prop
erties owned by her late husband.
duplication
INDIANAPOLIS.—(&)—The Indi
ana Conservation department says
the state’s deer population now is
more than twice the United States
biological survey’s estimate of 400—
and there's a reason. Last year,
department game wardens report,
many does had twin fawns. Of
more than 40 fawns born in one
county, more than half were twins.
• STORIES
IN STAMPS
Telephone Workers Get
Philatelic Recognition
professions and oc
cupations are represented in
stamp designs and one of the new
comers to philately is the tele
phone lineman, pictured on the
Yugoslav stamp above, repairing
wires * uring a snowstorm. The
stamps were issued as semi-post
als with surtax for employes of
the postal system in Belgrade.
Yugoslavia, with 59,022 tele
phones in operation, ranks far be
low world-leading United States,
\Vhich lists. 19,453,401 of the
world's 39,245,069 telephones,
more than 5,000,000 more tele
phones than are listed in all of
Europe. Germany, u>th 3,623,697
telephones, is United States’ near
est competitor. Great Britain has
3,029,456.
This vast system of national and
international communication is
linked by 168,573,000 miles of
wires, enough to circle the earthi
67.43 times, -e
Hold Everything!
[cort. \uo iy mu my\et me. T pat, on. H-T,!
spring always nits me like this—no ambition, no idea*i
0 no concentration—just utter nonchalance.” 1
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[ PIONEER AVIATOR - j
HORIZONTA!
1.5 First famo
French .
aviator.
11 Organs of
hearing.
12 Beseeches.
14 To be ruled
by.
16 EgyptTafi
river.
■17 Characters
performed.
i 18 Snout.
19 Species of
finch.
21 Assaults.
23 Gibbon.
24 River.
25 Set down s
items.
129 iaigon.
;30 Antitoxin.
3 i Short nose.
32 Artificial
advantage
granted in
contest.
34 Pound (abb
35 Male child.
36 To be
indisposed.
99Japanese
dancing girl
41 He was an
-or dis
coverer of
s airplane
devices.
46 To acknowl
edge.
47 To savor.
49 Overhanging
roof edge.
I 50 Century
plant fiber
r.) 51 Hardy ct
grain.
52 Imitated.
53 Registered for
appointment.
. 54 Calm.
VERTICAL
1 Beasts’ home.
2 Part ot a
shaft.
3 Customs.
4 To diffuse.
5 To frustrate.
6 Strong caustii
solution.
7 Court excuse,
8 Electrified
particles.
9 Piccolo.
10 Experiment.
11 He was the
first person t
fly the ——
Channel.
13 To bellow.
15 Affirmative.
20 Scar.
22 His was the
most
flight up to
' that time.
24 Tattered
cloth.
26 Beverage.
27 Eagle.
28 Mire.
29 Mug.
31 Skillet.
33 Covered.
34 Glandular
organs.
36 To pay one’s
part.
3? Clefts.
: 38 Corrupt.
39 Particle.
40 To kill a fly.
41 Distinctive
theories.
42 Not remote.
43 Ticker strip.
44 Place for
> baking.
45 Wise saw.
48 Form of “be."
'■> Answer to Previous Puzzle
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STARRING POPEYE
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NAVIGATE THESE ROADS*
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B' T HAVE NO IDEA !
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OF JAPANESE WINDERS I -'(URNED IN-fO RICH PASilJRE
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THE OLD HOME TOWN 5.^^ By STANLEY
/ioRRX MRS SOLDIROXl
. _ I THOUGHT IT WOULD
f,A HOLD ME UP LONS
fnooshtofjx
ANTIQUE^/ {-jhp^ p,pE-„
7AW, ANYWAY, ITS
JUST AN OLD
CHAIR- GOSH,YOU
CAN AFFORD
\BETTER STUFF
Y/'v^THAN THAT !
'\NREH<H ST1LSOM ,TAAT
HANOY MAN WITH TOOLS **
------ COPVRIGHT, 1940, KINC FEATURES SYNDICATE. Irg. WORLD RIGHTS RESERVED ■4' ~ ^ ^ -
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