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AUG. V, 1934
DEMOCRATS OF STATE ON WAY TO FRENCH LICK Editorial Association Outing Opens Tomorrow for Two Days. Local and tate Democratic lead ers viere preparing today to leave lor French Lirk. where the annual dimmer outing of the Democratic Editorial A. ociation will be held to morrow and Saturday. A vanguard ol the leaders left last night and today lor the spa to make : 1 Keith Johi tary ol the sra'e committee; Sher man Minton. I>* morra’ic nominee to the United State- senate, Omer William Storen, state committee treasurer. All ol tomorrow will be devoted to the editors entertainment, with the formal meetings scheduled lor Saturday. Feature ol the opening day ill be a v oif tournament at 2 p m. tomorrow, with a silver trophy donated by tne Hoosicr Sentinel at stake. Woman guers will be entertained in the afternoon with a bridg< party, and a floor show and dance will be held tomorrow night. The program for Saturday, as an nounced by Frank Finney, state auto license department head and editorial asociation pre :dent. in cludes a bu"lne.-s meeting of the editors in the morning. At tin same time, the tate com mittee will decide on the formal opening ol the fall campaign and confer with the congressional nom inees. The campaign is exported to open at TANARUS rre Haute, as Vigo county Democrats have lought vig orously for the honor. Mr. Minton will be the principal speaker at the banquet, which will conclude the meeting Saturday night. Others who will speak are Governor Paul V MrNutt, Mr. Jack son. and Mrs. Emery Scholl, state vice-chairman. CITY MAN IS SLUGGED. ROBBED: SUSPECT HELD Victim Krwrkrd Down After Leav ing Downtown Drill. Stepping from a downtown grill after changing a $lO bill last night. William Stahlut, 49. of 2219 East Garfield drive, was slugged and knocked to the pavement, suffering serious head injuries. Upon information supplied by a witness, polire arr* -ted Lee Brown, 33. of 316 ! East Washington street, who admitted striking Mr. Stahlut but denied robbing him. according to police. He was charged with vagrancy and assault and battery At city ho.-pital only $1 was found in Mr. Stahlut's clothing. AND UP. /,/*(priirnf Six Jm Sport Roadster at Flint, Mirhifian, aß&ptaSsiak 5 Ih'y. If itli bumpers, spare tire and IjpjlpjSp&jgfflbfr lire /or A. the list price is , 4 /fi adrli tixnal. I'nccssiil'jcrttoihanceuith- V'S . , ;,. J&& * V * A. £< ''fflSnH out notice. WORLD’S LOWEST PRICE FOR A SIX '■jjiiSg The exceptional popularity which Chevrolet has enjoyed for many years has naturally had its effect on Chevrolet prices. Large sales CHEVROLET PRICES have enabled Chevrolet to maintain consistently ow purchase prices, which were recently HAVE BEEN REDUCED lowered even further. Asa result Chevrolet now offers you the lowest priced six-cylinder MUPIf automobile obtainable—a big, comfortable car with Fisher Body styling and refinement —safe, weatherproof, cable-controlled brakes —the smoothness and economy of a valve* in-hcad. sL\-cylinder engine—and typical Chevrolet dependability. In offering this car, ? and the Master models, at substantially lower prices, Chevrolet hopes to repay the motor* : inn public in some measure, for consistently placing Chevrolet so high in public favor. I CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN I -|k 1 Compare Cheirolct's lon delivered prices and easy 6. M. A . C. terms . A General Motors f alue Jp-j M w DLAL.LR ADVERTISEMENT WCHEVROLET ROOSEVELTS GET TIME FOR CHAT A pair of much traveled notables here had a chance for a little con \ r.-.itlon about where they'd been and what they'd seen, as President Roosevelt took a brief rest on his way back to Washington to chat with his wife Bmh appear fit after their long tours, the President to Hawaii and the First Lady through the far west. BAKING. CANNING TO FEATURE 4-H EXHIBIT 2*H) Girls Plan Style Show at Fair ground Tomorrow. Judging of baking and canning will feature the Marion county i Four-H Club program at the In diana state fairground today. A spe cial canning exhibit, planned by- Ball Brothers, Muncie, will be pre sented today. A dress revue contest and style show in which 2Dij girls will com pete will be the headline event on tomorrow's program. The show is under direction of Miss Janice Ber- Like Sunshine! ORBIT Vitamin “D ff Cum Here’s that important sunshine vitamin everybody needs! Fights tooth decay—builds strong bones. Seldom found in every-day foods— but you can get yours this delicious way. 5c a package everywhere. lin, Marion county home demon stration agent. Junior leaders are Dorothy Rucshel, Louise McClellan and Irma Blank, all of Wayne township, and June Danford, Warren township. SHIPPING PORT 11 STRAIGHT KENTUCKY i||l bourbon 4 No new-fangled tricks about this whiskey. It’s made in the old fashioned way—and aged by Father Time himself. But—and here . # the surprise!—this whiskey is sold at a price that will akjfc—amaze you. It’s so low—rock-bottom low! Try a bottle! made by FRANKFORT louisville, Baltimore SIX U. S. GIRLS HELP AUSTRIANS CRUSHJEBELS Touring Collegians Rebuild Bridge Torn Down by Nazis. BY WALLACE CARROLL Initrd Press Staff Correspondent (CoDvright. 1934. bv United Press) GENEVA, Aug. 9.—Six American college girls, arriving in Geneva to day, told how , they unwittingly helped the Austrian government crush the recent Nazi uprising in Styria. The girls actually helped to build a bridge that had been demolished by Nazis, thus permitting detach ments of heimwehr troops to cross and surprise a .group of Nazi rebels. In the group were Josephine Bur nee, an instructress at Mt. Holyoke; Mary White of Evaaston, 111., who has just been graduated from Wel lesley; Muriel Farnum of Provi dence. R. 1., and Elizabeth Hallett of Hackensack, N. J„ both of whom were in this year's graduating class at Mt. Holyoke, and Vivienne Es peut of Passaic, N. J„ and Betty Buenting of Pittsburgh. Pa., both Mt. Holyoke undergraduates. The girls had left Vienna on July 27 by automobile, and were en route to Spittal, near the Italian frontier. At the town of Gmund, they halted by Nazi bayonets, but finally were permitted to proceed as far as Gone, but Not Forgotten Automobiles reported to police ss stolen belong to: Norrr.an Marsh. 125 West North street Chevrolet coach. 51-861. from Lewis and Fifteenth streets. I BACK HOME AGAIN Stolen automobiles recovered by police belons to: Herman S. Wolfe. 3625 Totem lane. Graham-Pa;se coupe, found at Oriental and Market streets. Frank Graham. 614 Marlon avenue. Chevrolet coach, found in front of 23 West Georgia street. Fadelv-B:rr Moo'rs Company. 833 North M-ridian street, found at Post road and Carson avenue, stripped of one tire. a demolished bridge between Gmund and Spittal. At this point the Nazis, who were in complete control of the district, insisted the girls wait four 'days. The young women refused, and rallied several Czech and Belgian tourists to work on the bridge. Hauling on ropes attached to heavy logs, the girls finally succeed ed in making the bridge passable for traffic, but ran into difficulties beyond, where for two miles the highway had been blocked by trees felled by rebels. The party cleared the road, and proceeded until they came upon four bus loads of uni former heimwehr. The loyalist soldiers were told of the repairs to the bridge, and hur riedly moved on. Upon reaching Spittal, the Amer icans were informed that after their meeting with the heimwehr, the troops crossed the bridge, moved against the Nazi rebels, surprised them and administered a serious defeat. The Incident was the concluding act in the pacification of Styria. PETTY NAMED HEAD OF FIREMAN'S POST Battalion Chief Is Honored by Legion Men. Battalion Chief Otto Petty has j been named commander of the Fireman's post. American Legion, it ; was announced today. Other officers are John Lanahan, first vice - commander; Michael Gardner, second vice-commander; Ezra Hoff, adjutant; Nicholas Wern er, finance officer; Jessie B. Ray, service officer; Thomas Neville, sergeant-at-arms; Fay Rugh, chap lain, and Ernest Elliott and Leßoy i Washburn, delegates to the state j convention. CITY HOME BUILDERS DISCUSS HOUSING ACT ; Code of Fair Competition Also Topic at Session Here. The national housing act and the code of fair competition for general contractors were discussed last night by members of the Indianapolis Home Builders Association at a meeting at the Washington. W. M. Holland, secretary of the division of the construction industry under which the association will operate, stated that plans are un der way to set up an area agree ment board which will administer the code in this part of the state. of Grtect ifr (THE FAIR) JIK32SWEST y wm BETTER DRESSES REDUCED! A A Sixes 12 to 38 LARGER WOMEN , |§§F SIZES 40 to 56 The Better for a song. 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Ape was sulking 'neath his hair r |4i When LIVE POWER swept the Jungle Air. >* 7wa.i Blew back a lock, and found him there! / JSt. “ j*L ■■■'" * \ And now. w herever Hairy goes, v: ■ He’s off his knuckles on his toes! —Cars, too, can have LIVE POWER to spare, For Red Crown pumps are everywhere! Standard Red Crown Superfuel offers you more LIVE POWER per gallon—at no extra cost —at all Standard Oil Stations and Dealers ( opr 1*34. Standard Oil O PAGE 5 in superior court four by Kate Long, administratrix of the estate of Miss Pearl Humphrey, against Clyde T. Hauhn, driver of the car which struck and fatally injured Miss Humphrey July 4 at Twenty-fourth street and Capitol avenue.