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DEC. 1!), 1932.
STEEL MAKERS SEE PROFIT IN BEER RETURN Stainless Mteal Kegs May Be Used, With Shortage of Oak Wood. By Time* Special NEW YORK, Dec. 20.—Prospects for return of beer in the United States have revealed activities in steel production and fabrication, re garded by leaders as of utmost sig nificance in the metal industries, particularly chrome nickel steel. While there has been a marked revival of interest in the companies manufacturing glass botttles, seals, caps and other equipment, little has been noted of the part steel will play in the restored industry’. Nevertheless, actual production of beer equipment in new stainless steel material already has begun by fab ricators, including a newly designed beer keg of chrome nickel steel. The importance to the steel in dustry of these developments is in dicated by inquiries reaching offices of the Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation in New York, following a canvass of the situation in both the steel and brewing nidustries. Oportunity for Steel One steel company official ex pressed the belief that ' the return of beer offers more possibilities for the stainless steel industry than any other one factor now in prospect." "When the return of beer ap peared imminent,” says W. J. Priest ley, vi -•-president of the Electro Metallurgical Company, a unit of the Union C|rbide and Carbon Cor poration, "a very large percentage of the 1,200 breweries that had been In business in 1917 displayed a keen ir-'trest in the use of stainless steel for their equipment. “With the information supplied them, brewers now’ are talking about shipment of beer in huge tank cars and its further transportation by trucks and cylinders made of chrome nickel steel. The vats and storage tanks in the breweries, coils, syphons, measuring vessels and fit tings may all be made of this steel, and test machinery has been in stalled in breweries looking to adop tion of complete outfits. German Study Helps “Os course, we have the benefit oi the advances made in Germany and England, while the industry in our country has been more or less static; but the beer manufacturers appear to want new tests here. Facilities for this preliminary work are being furnished." According to the information re ceived there is a shortage of oak wood, of which the old-time beer barrels w'ere made and w’hich formed parts of other equipment. Use of the new’ steel w’ould give pro ductive impetus to makers of the chrome and nicekl allolys, the steel producers, steel fabricators, tank car manufacturers, truck manufacturers j and other allied industries. Large producers of stainless steel j and fabricators have become inter ested in the production of beer equipment. The opinion has been expressed that whilee cost of the new steel equipment, as compared with former types, will be a s factor the difference in long usage and satifactory results are compensated amply. Ch ildren En tertained Children of the Crawford home, near Zionsville, will be entertianed Saturday with a Christmas party, under the auspices of the Martha Hawkins Society of the First Bap tist church. Mrs. Noble Dean will be in charge of arrangements. New Furlcss Coats A special favorite with high school and business girls is the fur- | less coat of w’arm wool with leg o’ j mutton sleeves, high buttoned clos ing and tiny turned down collar. It i looks trim, business-like, and very I smart. S' LtV'^f —nm —■ i " •’m i!| Ilium liisiiilliiiion l'a> ni.'iit lUfiiru \llian vi ii in* v .r; ’"■““““ ftiiltrrlw-t. No I nt<T“t. ■ I ..—.II. or Urryms . f r,„ '£§('' jgf. |*jfjgSßflffi'Pli I imrtr 90 I;. V _________ <. liHriiiitrr SjMF k T '> ■ ' 1 i til I '■ I ■■■!■ I I V rial I rtvi* Mtm " C°mplete J. W. RICH & COMPANY 1524 N. ILLINOIS ST. OPEN EVENINGS Rl. 2876 Let’s Explore Your Mind BY DR. ALBERT EDWARD WIGGAM, D. Sc. / IKSERm X t t rj- t Sii<x.D KABorrs, wrm wtit tMom le£ or i THE WORLD, ATTEMPT TO DEVELOP CMIURBt v . according to their own pattern or, Sf \ \ A / **ouio they try to develop each esufe i/i / ou*. gheat men wl( &OJLN m the couKfcy? ■DTE <SASc €Sf > LLtco " AUTHOR'S NOTE—These answers are Riven from the scientific point ot view. Not ail moral questions can be answered with absolute scientific ac curacy, but no decision as to what is right conduct or sound morals is possible without science. Science puts the rights of organized society above the rights of Individuals. 1. No. Red hair Is caused by plain iron rust in the hair. The notion it indicates a fiery tem per arose from the fact that when people got angry their faces turned red from rush of blood. When red hair was added to a red face it looked like a signal for everybody in reach to hunt for cover. Red-haired people do not often fall in love or marry each other, but that is for an other reason. Ask me that some time. 2. All efforts to mold children to order end in a grand fizzle. A friend of mine is determined to make his boy a doctor, when the boy is a born genius with dogs. We need lots of good dogs Dr. Wiggam will he glad to answer questions dealing with problems of eonduet, morals, beliefs, husband and wife, parent and child—any question In the field ot human relationships. Questions of general interest will be v answered in this department. If personal reply Is desired enclose stamped, <3e) self-addressed envelope. Address Dr. Wlggam in care of The Indianapolis Times. LADIES—Dr. Wiggam will send upon request a specially devised set of questions and answers to be used as “conversation stimulators” at your next party. They create a world of fun and discussion. Don't forget, seif-addressed return envelope. FBODK AfW BY BRUCE CATTGN COMMON as the racketeer is, it is not at all true to say that he exists in every city in the coun try. There are plenty of cities that have learned how to keep him out— Boston, Buffalo and Jersey City, for instance —and where he does exist it is only because he has an alliance with the politicians and the police. So, at any rate, says Denis Tilden Lynch in “Criminals and Politi cians,” a readable, wel-handled his tory of the rise and development of rackets in America. Mr. Lynch, however, for all that he shows that cities really wanting to get rid of the racketeer can 1 do so, is not very optimistic about things. Racketeers have grown more nu merous and more powerful in recent years; he estimates their annual “take,” throughout the country, at between seven and thirteen bi iron dollars. He examines them in this book— the beer racket, the laundry racket, the labor union racket, the milk racket and all the others; he shows that the homicide rate in America ] as w’ell as good doctors if we are to have a human world. The Lord intended this boy to raise dogs. Find out from some good vocational psycho logist what the Lord intended j your boy or girl to be and fol ! low through. 3. That is one of our dearest national beliefs, but like all popular beliefs it is so much bosh. In America about three times as many distinguished men are city-born in propor tion to the relative numbers of country and city people. One million city people pro duce 300 great men for every 100 produced by 1,000,000 coun try people. In older countries the ratio is even higher. has more than doubled since 1900, and he asserts that there have been fully 5,000 gang murders in the last decade. In New York, he says, the police actually have protected illicit brew eries against raids by federal men. His book is a sobering and ar resting document on the breakdown of law enforcement in America. It is published by Macmillan and costs $2. MONOGRAM GEAR CAP IS FETCHING For the woman proud as can be of her car, this monogrammed gearshift lever cap would be a trie y little Christmas gift that she would appreciate. You can get them of very fine materials, with handsome gold or silver monograms, or you can get a moderate priced one with a simu lated pearl top with initials in the pearl. Meeting to Be Held Ben Harrison camp of Sons of Union Veterans and auxiliary ill hold a regular meeting tonight at Ft. Friendly, 512 North Illinois street. Captain William H. Ball is commander of the camp and Mrs. Minnie O’Harrow president of the auxiliary. THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES CLOTHE A CHILD DRIVE BRINGS TOTAL TO 251 '* Names of Donors in Times Christmas Campaign Are Announced. The Clothe a Child list of The Times had reached 251 donors at 8 | o'clock this morning. The donors | come from every walk in life. New donors are listed on Page One. | The 222 early donors follow: Branch office employes of Traveler* In surance Company (boy and girt). G. C. Murphy. 5 and 10-eent store (boy and girl). Mra. Dorothy Todd (two boya). Employes of United Mutual Life Insur j ance Company. | Employes of Remington-Rand, Inc. ; Rockville Road Santa. Dzan sorority (clothed one child and took another). Omega Kappa sorority. Omega Phi Tau (took one girl, will clothe another). R. B. Correspondence office of L. S. Ayres & Cos. The White Scarf Lady. S. D. Mueller, Lincoln hotel. Alice and Perry Junior O'Neal (girl and boy). Mrs. Nell Cook. Chief attorney’s office of U. S. veterans’ administration bureau of Indianapolis. Group of Anonymous Cash Fund No. 1. Employes of White Star Oil Corporation. Mobiloil and gas distributors (four chil dren). J. P. Rolles Printing Company, 440 Cen tury building (two girls). Royal Order of Jesters, court No. 15 (two boys). Transit Dept. Indiana National bank (fiye children). City hall employes fund (four children). Ladies’ Social Bowling League, Antlers’ alleys. Danner Brothers. 5 cents to SI store, 251 South Meridian. Indianapolis Life Insurance Company employes (three children). From Teddy to Another Boy. First and second floor switch rooms, In diana Bell Telephone Company, Lincoln office. Mr. G. S. Santa (five children). K. T. H. Girls of the Aetna Casualty and Surety Company, Operators of Lincoln office. Indiana Bell Telephone Company (eight children). A. M. F. (two children). Omega Phi Tau. Mrs. Walter Oueisser. Ruckle Street Santas. Lela Hufford. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Washington Bowling League, Beam's Illi nois alleys. A North Pennsylvania Friend. Indianapolis Times employes (twelve children). I. b. p. Oliff Coleman (two bovs). Frank T. Strayer auxiliary of Veterans of Foreign Wars (two girls). Mr. and Mrs. Kenwood Avenue (two children). Mrs. Bountiful Out North. Speedway branch of the Socialist Party. Looping department of Real Silk Hosiery- Mills. Credit office of H. P. Wasson & Cos. (three children). Mclntire Adjustment Company and employes (four children). County surveyor’s offee. Room 2, court house. Hoosier Athletic Club Bowling League, Pritchett alleys. Mrs. W’cst Maple Road. North Illinois Santa. Mr, and Mrs. Ward Hale. Alpha Beta Chi sorority. Amicitia Club. Pritchett Recreation Bowling League. Riverside Democratic Club. Universal Club (two boys and two grls). Statehouse Lady (boy and girl). Alice. Mrs. G. V. A. (two children). Mr. G. S. Santa (four children). A Doctor and H Wife (two children). Mrs. North Meridian (three children). A Goodfellow. Two brothers (four children). Sigma Rho Chi sorority. Mirs East Sixteenth. Y. M. C. A. of Indiana Central College (two boys). "VVA -VNA 'VAjA, §? GREAT ANN UAL'® I IsfsMsfmas ftsttoal §f Boy, Oh Boy! What A Christmas Special!! , Ball-Bearing j. p j|p II Yj H lip Compta. With LOUNGE CHAIR p|gißfi||Bal ££ z *£• £5 s£ $\ 8^ V Payment Delivers to SI.OO Down! • Balanced Superheterodyne HU "Mjmt lift n • Automatic Volume Control • Iliuminated Recording Dial i MHI fVwSVISM • High Efficiency • Philco” y p Mpp ■! M • American W.ln.i C.ncl, 231 W. WASHINGTON ST. *P Cabinet. Directly Opposite Statehouse. HORIZONTAL Answer to Previous Puzzle tale. 1 Meat from the rrrrf: UK I r'la'lVft 12 Minor note. thigh of a hog r*JßfFWln?ryr !n|WXjptr\jpfifpl Exclamation 7 What’ls the vJjgR I ApSWeL Id EjR ™ ding ***’ name of the EXQBUE iNjE. gU* . giant new air ORLQMSITjR EI'SSMROQ t iV™ *bip of the JN abueßS;atainilwe: z, c S;:®- u s NW cryish^ 9 Languishes. pAMT TTT'L'EliMfe N|A|CIE 27 Ocean 11 Generourf. L AGBRI DO WAMEjR.R 3 30 Infants 13 Fundamental. A M £ xHIR'E LjA!TTMojoS 31 Thinker. 15 Black bird of Nil NIETsMR I iViEL RISMWO 32 You and I. the cuckoo 6fe| I|R ONBtIe D l l ?U~ PR 33 City of Italy. 16 English coin -jSTIK E ™ i? Carden til < Vomiting. 6 On, In cede. 3 ’ 18 Since. 43 Kimono sash. 3 Feeble-minded 3 6 Shrewd 19 Small body of 44 Person. 37 r ows in and ' ;? nl P li abrfC - * Carnivorous series. 21 Inventors of 47 Tin y golf feline animal. 38 To dress the airplane. 5 Collection of 39 Net weights of 23 Lock opener. 4 * ,oc *l’ facts. containers. 21 Opposed to lee. ~?. bnnsing ’ 6 Housekeeping. 41 Fertilizers. 28 Mesh of lace. \ 7 Capital of 42 To observe. 29 To be in debt. 3 Bed laths. White Russia. 45 Dye. 30 To nod. 8 Matgrasse3. 46 Variant of 33 Grinding ®‘ ) bring legal 9 Bows of ves- "a." tooth. proceedings. sels. 49 Night before. 35 Headgear. VERTICAL 10 Vision. 51 Greek letter 38 Swamp rabbit. 1 Skillful. 11 Type of short “T”. JTTI , -JTTL 7 6 19 10 F7 SSp xNY* ra ic.v lei I 22 ""■“a? r"~|24 25 lase p ■■" jig “ ■—p r— * ' "J 55* “fj Ss bl ps" 3S" srj 3© aY ao~4i 4a" 48 49 §0 51 52 r*“* §3 ' I™" H-l llr L t-H l l .i- 1 Indiana National bank, lower floor (six children). A Railroad Engineer (two girls). Mrs. J. P. Michael. A City Official (boy and girl). Young Women’s Democratic Club (boy and girl). Mastny & Cos., wholesale fruit and pro duce (eight children). Rho Delta sorority. Alpha chapter. One Friend of School 7. Indianapolis Bowling League, Pritehe t alleys (two boys). Girls of the Bertha Ballard home. Mrs. D. G. B. Sigma Tau Phi fraternity (two boys). Optimist Club Member (Friend of the Boy). A West Georgia Group. Knight Klub. Mrs. Alfred Eddingfleld and Mrs. Bruce Strickland, office employes of Lincoln ex change. Toll maintenance department of Indiana Bell Telephone company. The Lady from the Marott (three children). Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Merrill. Mrs. Eddie Meyer (ace bowler of Bowes Seal Fast Team (two girls). Continental Bank Man. North Illinois Cigar Man. Medical Attendants. U. S. Veterans’ hos pital. Mrs. Out East. Roy E. Steele Ladies ’Bowling League (Pritchett alleys). Mr. and Mrs. North Chester. Don’t Use My Name. Mrs. Charter Member. Mrs. F. 8., Out North. Mrs. North Delaware. In Memory of Dorothy Helen Farber. Mrs. North Pennsylvania street. Indianapolis Star Bowling League (Pritchett alleys). W. W. Club. E. V. P. Club. L. G., on Central avenue. From Holloway Street. In Memory of a Son. Just to Sorority (four children). W..L. N. W. (two boys). Mrs. East Thirty-sixth. Freshman class of Butler college of education (girl and boy). College Avenue Man. The Lady from North Audubon (two chil dren). C. W. B. class of the Fountain Square Christian church. Avalon Country Club Bowling League (four children). Delta Gamma sorority, Butler university (two children). Mrs. East Thirtv-second street. Block Optical Ladies’ Bowling League. JJzan sorority. Beech Grove Man. s Employes of Rough Notes Company (hoy and girl). A Good Fellow (three children). Reformed Church Bowling league. Pritchett alleys. Washington Boulevard Fatallv. Mister Anonymous, on Park. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Newhouse, Cumber land. Ind. Third floor switch room. Lincoln office, of Indiana Bell Telephone Company. Employes of Indianapolis Life Insurance Company (boy and girl). ORA JACKSON IS DEAD Resident of City Thirty-Four Years Taken by Heart Disease. Ora Jackson, 63, resident of In dianapolis thirty-four years, during which he had been employed by the Standard Grocery Company, died of heart disease today at his home, 1126 North Beville avenue. He had been ill two years. Mr. Jackson, a native of Wayne county, Indiana, came to Indian apolis In 1898. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Ora Jackson; two sons, Leonard and Howard, and a daughter, Mrs. Es ther Ebert, all of Indianapolis. Funeral services will be held at 2 Wednesday afternoon at the Hisey & Titus funeral home, 951 North Delaware estreet. DARING CRACKUP SHOWN IN FILM Thrills Given Audience by Universal Reel Shot of Plane Crash. An amazing craekup of an air plane, which is made to nose-dive to the ground by its pilot as a thrill for crowds attending an un employment relief fund air meet at Montgomery, Ala., is shown in the current issue of The Times-Univer sal newsreel. Graham McNamee, radio announcing ace and the screen's talking reporter, describes the breath-taking feat and presents Smith Blaine, the dare-devil flier, after he is pulled from the wreck. Speeding along 100 feet in the air. Blaine suddenly puts the nose of his ship toward the ground. The resulting crash completely demol ishes the plane, an old war-time "Jenny." and spectators rush to the spot in terror, expecting to find Blake dead. Instead, he waves to them, and grins broadly as he is extricated. Many important and interesting events are reported by McNamee in this newsreel, including the epochal conferences between Premiers Her riot of France and MacDonald of Britain, and the pow-wows of Her riot, his cabinet and other French leaders on the ev eof the war debt "default" vote in the chamber of deputies. The coal mine disaster, which cost fourteen lives in Madrid, N. M.; , tests of anew propjeller-driven au tomobile which goes eight miles an hour; a girl barber who shaves cus tomers in a cage of lians; enacting of a feudal Japanese wedding, and the spider that tried to stop a clock are shown. BATH SET GOOD PRESENT FOR MAN I Every man loves squashy, color- j ful, handsome bath-towel sets, even j if he uncomplainingly uses thin, white ones that his wife supplies. One of the nicest presents you can give a man is a personal set of bath towels, wash rags and bath mat. This year there are new clipped pile bath mats, in the same designs as the towels and cloths, j which look like and feel like che- i nille. New towel designs have real I gaiety, such as this prancing Tro- j jan horse, modernized yet pranc- : ing. Green, yellow, pink, blue— you can get sets in any color you think your brother, husband or fa- , ther would like. Ski dK Jr i °P en Every Mii CL# *Mft A Evening Until rhi%w£zl “ Lpr Gifts MILLER Quality Jewelry Will Solve Your Gift Problem! The very newest styles for ladies and gents. V ® Those sno watches coino complete with Hollywood se link bands. All are fully guaranteed WFEKIT i $ ft —u Only 75c What a Xmas Gift! MEN’S This Handsome CAMEO ijjyStPßlk ELECTRIC $7.50 Grandfather’s I CLOCK Lp , j sHI Exactly as Pictured Hand Carved <B A mV*Vi re W mounting. Beautifully matched 50c a Week! walnut, cabinets; 5 1 ? feet In height, 18 inches Handsomely deco ■ W rated dial. An Wf * 111 BHj H 9 jm ally fine lifetime gift. Wk . A j 95c DOWN— HUWtlitflffl 21 N. Meridian St.—Cor. Meridian and the Circle PAGE 7 Chestnut Flavor Brand new is the idea of cook ing chestnuts with Brussels sprouts. They give a delicious, delicate flavor Halve the chestnuts and cook right with the sprouts. Serve together, drained, with melted butter over the top. • Give • House Slippers For Only M Sizes ZLUP 3to 8 JL yVy Width C All Colors Other Styles I Brenners 26-28 East Washington Xmas Week Specials MEN’S USKIDE HALF SOLES and Rubber Heels. . . IDC LADIES’ HALF or SOLES DDC MEN’S HATS (leaned, Blocked, Factory FA Method DUC Suits Pressed Daily, 25c Victory Service Shop II!) North Illinois Street