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FRENCH NURSE PRAISES U. S. SCREEN ETHICS League of Nations Expert Boosts New Fiim Code of Americans. RY MARTHA GELLHORN t nited Pre SUIT Correspondent PARIS, May Marie Chaptal. French nurse, whose crit ical report on morals in the United States, to the League of Nations, created wide interest, now admits that, after all, there is something good in America. Mile. Chaptal regrets that her re port gained the notoriety it did. and she protested that she was misun derstood. Mile. Chaptal, as league commis sioner for child welfare, now heart ily indorses the new Will Hays code of ethics to regulate the morals of American films, a subject of impor tance since Hollywood supplies movies throughout the world. "Moral Standards Should Rise” "If the films hold on the code, the moral standards of the audi ences should be raised, for by its three principal points the films are not to show enme, wrong < ~mg or s.n, neither human nor natural law is to be ridiculed and finally lawbreakers will not be shown sympathetically, including breakers of the prohibition law,” she said. Mile. Chaptal's recent report on child-welfare conditions in America had seemed to castigate America, which Mile. Chaptal avers she had no intention of doing. "Since I had gone to America to see what methods were used to save children from moral and social dangers, I was interested to see what these dangers were. In a great city like New York there, of course, are many. ‘Women Police Remarkable’ "But I found the means of com bating these evils extremely effec tive. The system of probation of ficers in America, well-trained and well-paid professional workers, is finer than any other arrangement cf its kind itj the world. The visit ing teachers, whose splendid work is not even very well known to Americans, also are doing a bril liant piece of prevention. “And the women police, whose or ganization—especially in the city of Detroit—is remarkable, add to the effectiveness of the child welfare program in America.” fin I nihil I'rrxK GENEVA. May 13.—Report of Mile. Marie Chaptal, whose investi gation of child welfare in America led her to criticise moral conditions in the United States, will be issued as soon as she completes her inves tigations in six other countries. Sixty pages of the original report, however, have been suppressed. Address Is Denied Salvation Army home officials today denied Frank Stowski, ar rested Monday for gaming, resides or ever has lived at the home. Stowski gave the address when ar rested. Low-Rate Week-End excursions for round trip between all stations on Interstate Railway Just IQ' plus regular One-Way Fare! Here is a real saving for you . . . almost half the usual cost! 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His hair was dry and lifeless and fell out some "I read an advertisement for Cuticura Soap and Ointment and sent for a '.ree sample After using it I purchased more and in about three weeks could see an improvement and in about four weeks he was completely healed.** (Signed) Jack Singerman, Jr, Lock Box 21, Midvale, Ohio, Sept 5,1929. Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c. Talcum Se. Sold everywhere. Semple each free. Address. **Ceir.n Laharateriee. Dept H. Malden, Mam." To Wed in Air IS Evelyn Anderson (above) Wichita society girl, will take a flier in matrimony on May 15, when she marries Fay Snyder, Kansas oil man, in her father’s monoplane several thousand feet above the city. Earl Rowland, noted avia tor, will be the pilot. HENRY IS REAPPOINTED County Agricultural Agent Named for New Term by Board. Clarence Henry, Marion county agricultural agent, was appointed to a second term of office Monday by the county board of education. 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There was $98,809.48 in the state account with the bank; $10,106.25 in the special account of Daley Mc- Coy, state purchasing agent, and $699 in other special funds, Rich ards said. Eben Wolcott, receiver, has as sured depositors that assets of the bank will be liquidated and pay ments made with the least possible costs. The State Savings and Trust bank was popular with numerous state house employes and executives. Governor Harry G. Leslie ad mitted that he had all but $45 of his current personal funds on de posit there. The $45 was with a small bank at Battleground, he said Pliny Wolfard, one-time secretary to former Governor Ed Jackson and now a member of state tax board. You Save $Bl On This Stupendous Dining Room Value! 66-In. Buffet 8-Ft. Extension Table Jacquard Diners .j l I jj j j;I!![■!■; f!Ij!, ... "" Pillow Arm Suite—Full Webbed—Carved Front! 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