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FEB. 7, 1930
CITY’S BID FOR U. S. HOSPITAL PUT FORWARD Ludlow Is Spokesman for Indianapolis Delegates' to Washington. Bu Time* Special WASHINGTON, Feb. 7.—lndian apolis today presented its bid for the $500,000 veterans’ hospital al located to Indiana in the last gen eral hospital building program, at a session of the federal board of hospitalization. Representative Louis Ludlow ‘Seventh Indiana district, was spokesman for a large Indian apo is deie at.on. The board's decision on location of the new hospital probably will be made within two weeks. Superior consultation facilities and transportation advantages were cited by Representative Ludlow as Indianapolis’ chief claims for the hospital. A canvas of Hoosier Amer ican Legionnaires indicated a ma joriy in favor of the capital loca tion. he told the board. “Indianapolis is the geographical hub of the state, from which all lines of transportation and com munication radiates to all parts of Indiana.” said Ludlow. If located here, the city has of-’ sered a site near the city hospital and Indiana university school of medicine center The Best Pound You Ever Bought! mm KOWEBA £mEANS the BEST J Vegetables Extra large, tender, dark Kidney Beans, just one of thirty fancy vegetables in the KO-WE-BA line. Try them. At Independent Grocers Only SAVE MONEY AT J.IJI jV/ashiTidbii n54212 l"* 9k] “ ry 34c P ith Went Order. 4-t.h. Limit | COMBINATION Fresh 1 C - 2 Lbs. Knuckles. 0(* PICNICS *vl 1 Lb. Sauer Kraut. LoC Whole Fresh t£ 1 Hog Liver, o p SHOULDER 3 lbs C Standard Coffee op Pure Pork 1 P Compound, 2 lbs ... dDC Sausage I*)C Smoked Ham. nr Breakfast O A Sliced mvC Bacon UC Boneless Smoked no Machine Sliced 30tf HAMS LO C /Q\ Fine Quality IjP MEATS At Special Prices on FRIDAY and SATURDAY I SWISS STEAK OR ROAST Cut From Fancy Steer Rounds Lb. 33c jr § Smoked Hams Lb - 27* Fresh Picnics **•>• IS* Fresh Cottage Pork Roast L - 23c Pork Steak Cut From Lean Shoulder Lb. 25c Fresh Dressed Chickens 35c •£> Atlantic* Ratines Florida Has Beauty Prize on Ice Ah—cold waves in Florida! Some fair but not warmer bathers whose beauty might be said to take the cake (the ice cake), are pictured here as they hailed the cameraman from frigid perches at Miami Beach. Though the mercury hovered around 90 degrees above, it was much, much colder than that below. Won’t somebody give these poor little girls a fur coat? NEGRO PICKS WRONG NUMBER: IS JAILED "Guess Alibi” of Robbery Defendant Blasted by Prosecutor. Bv United Pres* PITTSBURGH, Feb. 7.—Wood bridge Phillips, Negro, will have two and one-half to five years lei sure to pick his next clearing house “number” because he picked the wrong number in court Thursday. Arraigned on a charge of robbery, Phillips denied taking S2O from William Bigler last December. Po lice who arrested him testified they found S2O in his pockets when they took him into custody. “Where did you get the money, then?” asked Prosecutor Roy T. Clunk. > “I won on Number 235 Dec. 14,” Phillips said. Clunk got a newspaper for Dec. 14 and found the “number” for that day had been 246. A short time later the jury returned a verdict of guilty and Phillips was sentenced to serve two and one-half to five years in the workhouse by Judge Reid. GLORIA GOULD REWED Bn United Pres NEW YORK, Feb. 7.—The former Mrs. Gloria Gould Bishop, grand daughter of Jay Gould, was on a honeymoon trip to Florida today with * Walter MacFarlane Barker, contractor, to whom she was married by a city magistrate late Thursday. Mrs. Barker first was married in 1923 to Henry Alfred Bishop Jr., and obtained a dlivorce in Reno a year ago on grounds of cruelty. Kiplings Sail to Indies Bu United Press AVONMOUTH, England, Feb. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Rudyard Kipling sailed aboard the steamer Corondido today for a health tour of the West Indies. Prize Recipes by Readers Oyster Salad Bring to a boil IV 2 dozen oysters in their own liquor, to which 2 tablespoonfuls of strong vinegar has been added. Season with salt and pepper, drain and dice the oysters so as not to spoil their ap pearance. Wash a head of celery and dice. Mix with the oysters and keep in a very cool place until ready to serve. Serve with salad dressing. LILLIACE MONTGOMERY. 317 North State street, North Ver non, Ind. Peacheese Salad Arrange six nests of lettuce leaves and in each nest place one-half large canned peach, surrounded by shredded celery and green pepper ■ strips. In cavity of each peach,; place a ball of cream cheese, sea- ' soned with salt and moistened with cream. Press salted almonds cut in strips into the cheese. Serve with the following dressing: Heat Vt cup peach syrup and pour slowly on to 2 egg yolks, slightly beaten. Cook and stir over hot water until thick; add few grains salt, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 tablespoon sugar and % teaspoon paprika. Chill before serving. JUANITA DAVIDSON. Box 19, Hagerstown, Ind. Grapefruit and Salmon Salad Free 2 cups grapefruit pulp of all membrane and cut in pieces. Mix with 2 cups salmoa and 1 cup diced celery. Top with French dressing and serve on crisp letttuce. MARY THEODORA WEITLAUF. Fairland, Ind., R. 2. Cry Babies One egg, 1 cup lard, l cup molasses, 1 teaspoon soda dissolved in 1 cup boiling water, % teaspoon nutmeg, 5 cups floor, mix well. Drop on greased tins and bake in quica oven. MRS. KATHERINE TURNER. 942 North Beville avenue. Hickory Nut Cake One pint sour cream, white of 3 eggs well beaten, 1 heaping tea spoon of baking powder, 1 level tea ! spoon of soda, 1 cup of hickory nuts, 314 cups of flour, 2 small cups of white sugar. Mix thoroughly and bake in moderate oven. MRS. ALFRED HEILMAN. P. O. Box 177, Fairland, Ind. Air Chief Asks Retirement Bit United Press "WASHINGTON, Feb. 7.—The war department today announced Brig aider-General William E. Gillmore, assistant to the chief of air corps, had requested retirement from ac tive service. Orders were issued re tiring Gillmore, effective June 30, after more than thirty years of 1 service. THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES INSTALL COSTLY ORGAN 500,000 Parts, 100 Miles of Wire in London Instrument. LONDON, Feb. 7.—One of the costliest organs in Europe has just been installed in a movie at Brix ton. The organ has two consoles, one on the stage and one in the orchestra pit. The pipes vary in size from twen ty feet long to three-quarters of an inch and the tnickness of a straw. There are over 500,000 parts to the organ, which includes over 100 miles of insulated wire. Judge Steps on It By United Press JONESBORO, Ark., Feb. 7.—ln forty-five minutes a municipal court judge disposed of thirty-three en riching the fine collection by S3OO. I® SATURDAY SPECIALS AT IBRAUER’S £ s aVh if Trass'! Pure Lsrd • • • svf 50c 1 PVcCOH Sta • • Lb. 191/ 2 c 1 1 8 /1 i Fresh Shoulder . Lb. 16y 2 c I Fresh Side . . . Lb. 18c I ES’ Smoked Picnics. Lb. 18c ; 1 qin ROAST \ Sausage sc *”* l . Lb. 15c i . OQ.C \ c";,; Smoked Jowls . Lb. 14c — ‘ | COOKIES jllllip' EASY TO / I BAKE WITH '/ EVANS' <“-*--^^^*=====4. r-Z-BAKFP^ „ t fLoui( 4 *v pkQOUCI QtiAtl^; I SsM 9- 10 i ® Beef >1 C Pork Roast 15c J • Boil IU c Veal Roast 22c • ~ Round OQ Lamb Roast 20c * • Steak LT.W Eggs 36c • | Sirioin f% m l Unity Oleo 12y 2 c I Steak fe I c Coffee 24c • • Swiss 00 Hamburger 18c • I Roast £.£.* Veal Steak 30c | © Miioke<l £ Creamery Butter 34c © tVhole or Half Lamb Chops 24c § • £KSS. ft j- Spareribs 17c • No. 1 Qnallty * Sliced Bacon 25c ® I & 25- Sausage 1 2-1 §l| Special Low Prices Every Day in the Week fIL yil 3i i 1 rBBBBfTWTiV/i j;4i CROOKS NETTED HUGE SUMS BY PALM READING Large Portion of Gotham’s $25,000,000 Annually . Goes to Swindlers. BY G. B. WINSTEAD, fnltfd Press Staff Correspondent NEW YORK, Feb. 7. Fortune telling nets $25,000,000 annually in New York, according to John Mul holland, magician-lecturer and arch enemy of fraudulent fortune tell ing. Paris, he says, pays just $6,000,- 000 for its glimpses into the past, present and future. A major portion of this huge sum is nothing more than pure black mail. Mulholland says. “A man will tell his wife that he is going to work at his office, but he plays poker with the boys,” Mulholland said, illustrating one form of blackmail. "The blackmailers get wind of it in ways which they alone can di vulge. They make the man believe it is ‘in his fortune.* They threaten to tell his wife he was seen in a cabaret with a blonde. "He wasn’t with a blonde, but he wasn’t where he told his wife he was going to be—so he pays off. “One group once worked three years to get'its ‘evidence.’ A select girls’ school was singled out. Its students were told ‘Aunt Beatrice’ would invite them to spend the week-end with her and send a liv eried chauffeur to the school for her—all for a nominal fee. Several Visited The students took advantage of the opportunity and several visited ‘Aunt Beatrice.’ “Three years later, after they had been introduced to society and married, they paid heavily for the visit to ‘Aunt Beatrice,’ and a fortune teller claimed to have read their ‘indiscretions’ in their palms.” Mulholland, although youthful in years, about 30, has traveled widely in both the Occident and the Orient. He has studied the East Indian magicians and the American Indian. Here are some of his conclusions: The East Indian magician now uses both Oriental and Occidental tricks. Before 1800 when they be gan to travel in the Occident, the East Indians performed only Orien tal tricks, but they soon picked up new ideas. All scientific magicians are in the Occident. The Orientals have learned by trial and error to em ploy psychology, but Occidentals have studied it from a scientific standpoint. The American Indian medicine men or conjurers also have arrived at a psychology through the trial and error method. Mulholland leaves you with one consolation, however: “They're all tricks,” he says. “The hand is quicker than the eye and the mind is more open to suggestion than it is to detail.” GUARANTEED FRESH EGGS 37c ■ Phone Lincoln 4979 City Poultry Market 125 N. Alabama St. Northeast Cor. Ala. & Wabash Just a reminder to Senior High School Stu 'T■| TA | wj i dents—the annual SSOO Kroger Scholarship A 'ill Award will he made at the close of the school win QUALITY MEATS HI Us I4OUIS - ~” hV “ Lb - Pork Chops chol “ Cuts Lb. 30c Fresh Picnics “ nt Lb - 16c Pork Steaks \ Lean and Juicy Lb. 25* Pork Sausage /sra 2 <-- 35 Brains Youne ** 2 Lbs. 25* Chuck Roast - 27 Navy buy now; 1 Tutti Frutti Beans FLOUR Cake A fluff? two layer sponge Choice quality genuine hand on lett,lln * brands - * aU with butter cream iclng-in picked Michigan! Known for , ‘ nds the popular bar style. 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Sack 60-Lb. d*T Os Round Bushel I White... ww Red River Irish Cobblers, No. 1, bu., $1.05 Red River Early Ohio’s. No. 1. bu., $2.15 IDAHO BAKERS, bu., $2.25 BALDWIN APPLES Good Cooking and dM *7C Bushel Eating Apples A • I D Basket OPEN ALL NIGHT EXCEPT SATURDAY NIGHT At Ca*' Door—23o Virginia Ave. Just South of B. & O. Freight House HAMILL BROS. DISTRIBUTORS PAGE 17 of the world’s best mouse trap builder. But Reed does believe to doing things as easily as possible. Now instead of using traps end having to bait and clean them, he is catching rats with empty tinea as cut in a particular way which per mits the rat to enter the can, but not to leave it. Com sprinkled Inside the can is the bait.