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The proposed bond price stabiliza tion corporation would be formed by the larger Wall Street banks. It would marshal available bank funds for purchase of bonds. Whenever the bond market turned especially weak it would place orders under leading investment securities and in this way would pre sumably lend support to the general market. The "loan value" idea would be ap plied primarily to the stock market. It would peg the loaning values of stocks, so far as banks are concerned. As a result the banks would not be com pelled to dump collateral loans over board whenever the ticker tape showed a decline. This suggestion has strong support, although most of Wall Street's old line bankers look upon It with some disfavor because of their repug nance at the suggestion of pegging any values or prices. HAILS POLICE SCOUT CAR AS TAXICAB: ARRESTED Woman Lands in Police Station as Drunk Instead of Being Driven Home. Both taxicabs and police scout cars may carry passengers, but they don't end up at the same place, Annie M. White. 30. colored, has learned. ' Hey. taxi!" Annie yelled Tuesday night as she saw a car with lettering on its side approaching her. The ma chine stopped and the door swung open. Take me home." Annie ordered as she staggered into the car. In 5 min utes they reached the fourth precinct police station and Policeman J. E. O Neal charged Annie with being drunk. “I hadn t been in that car long be fore I found out what it was," Annie said yesterday as Judge John P. Mc Mahon fined her $15. REPUTED CAPONE AIDE CAN’T AVOID ARREST Seized “on Suspicion'’ Just After Being Promised Freedom If He Behaved Himself. Bv the Associated Press. CHICAGO. June 2.—Lawrence "Dago" Mangano fixed everything up nicely so the police wouldn't arrest him any more—but he overlooked the suburbs. Mangano, reputed to have managed A1 Capone's gambling interests, obtained a promise yesterday that the police wouldn't arrest him any more If he be haved himself and then went out to enjoy life. He got as far as suburban Bellwood. There State highway police seized him and Frank Rio. Capone's former body guard. "on suspicion ’ Mangano was charged with disorderly conduct and released on bond. THIS SUIT WENT TO THE WASH THIS LITTLE SUIT CAME BACK (It’s net a new Samsombak) Hanes New Samsonbak will not shrink! WHEN your SAMSONBAKS come from the wash, there won’t be a runt in the litter! SAMSONBAKS are Sanforized—shrunk till there’s no shrinkage left. The size you buy is the size you always have . . . boiling hot suds mean nothing to SAMSONBAKS! Neither do wear and tear mean a thing to the patented SAMSONBAK belt. Yank it and try to rip it to ribbons— you’ll only wear yourself out! Some people call HANES the free-wheeling wonderwear. You can strain and stretch, but it never strangles! Cut with plenty of room. Any good store has laundry - fresh HANES. If you don’t know a dealer, please write to P. H. Hanes Knitting Company, Winston-Salem, N. C. CELLOPHANE-WRAPPED SAMSONBAK 7 Cq Union Suits I U Other Athletic Union Suits as low as 50c HANES Shorts . .. 35c and 50c HANES Shirts . . . 35c and 50c YOU'LL BE HAPPY JN Hanes Wonderwear STREETS TO BE CLOSED Post Office Building to Take in Thoroughfares. Parts of three more street* in the heart of the Federal triangle soon will be closed to traffic as a result of work haring been begun on the contract for the superstructure of the new Post Of fice Department Building, which is to be erected between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets on Pennsylvania avenue. Thirteenth street will be closed from Pennsylvania avenue to C street, C street will be closed from Thirteenth to Thirteen-and-a-Half street and Ohio avenue from Thirteenth-and-a-Half street to Fourteenth street. SEAPLANE AWAITED TO HUNT FOR FLYERS — Craft Borrowed From Canadian Airways to Search for Two Miss ing Since Monday. By the Associated Press. ST. JOHNS, Newfoundland, June 2 —The Newfoundland government today awaited the arrival of a seven-passenger seaplane from Orandmere, Quebec, to ■ continue its search for Dr. K. Karl Kuehncrt and Arthur Sullivan, missing in a plane since Monday. The government obtained the plane from the Canadian Airways and It was expected here today. It was planned to send the ship to a point 12 miles west of Goat's Island, where the pilot of a power boat reported a strange object on the ocean. The pilot, not knowing of the missing aviators, did not investigate the "strange object." he reported. Sullivan, a St. Johns aviator, and Dr. Kuehnert. a native of Crystal Lake, 111., and a dental surgeon attached to the International Grenfell Mission at St. Anthony, were last seen Monday when they disappeared into a heavy fog bound on a sightseeing flight. Bernt Balchen wired Sullivan's mother last night saying he was en deavoring to secure a plane In which to join the search. ANNIVERSARY TEA Friendship House to Observe Event This Afternoon. The twenty-eighth anniversary of the Friendship House will be observed this afternoon at 4 o'clock with a tea at the establishment. 326 Virginia avenue southeast. Tomorrow night at 8 o'clock a Bicentennial pageant will be staged. Sunday afternoon Miss Lydia Burkltn will speak on ‘‘Adventures in Friend ship' at 8 reception for friends and board members of the house. FILM LEADER CONVICTED LOS ANGELES, June 2 OP).—Jack Nixon, motion picture production pro moter, was convicted in Superior Court yesterday of seven counts of grand 1 WH1 be sentenced Monday. Nixon w’as accused of selling executive positions to investors in future produc uons which witnesses said never ma ,• tor sums ranging from J200 to SdOO. Nixon said he merely borrowed the money to afd in financing film pro ductions. In the trial Marian Nixon, Hollywood rnovip actress, took the stand and de nied that the defendant was related to her say ins she understood he had told various persons he was. Simply spray or pour Discovery E down base-boards, in cracks in I walls and beds.. .where bedbugs I lurk and breed. Safe. Stain- I lea*. Sure. Cheap. Guaranteed. I 1,50t,000 cant told last year. ■ [■uuiiiumi g^|PP Cream that may be TOO SOUR to use in making this butter CREAM may taste sweet and yet be sour. The cream you use on your own table cer tainly tastes fresh and sweet. But surprising as it may seem, cream can taste sweet and yet by lab oratory test show a trace of sourness. In fact, the cream you use on your own table may not meet the exacting requirements for LAND O’LAKES Sweet Cream Butter. Tests of cream at Land O’ Lakes Creameries are so rigid that cream with only two-tenths of one percent acidity (not enough for the average person to taste) is set aside and never used in churning this butter. Naturally, butter made from such pure, SWEET cream has a fresher, more tempting flavor than ordinary butter made from SOUR cream. As our further assurance of quality, every churning of LAND O’ LAKES Sweet Cream Butter is United States government graded. Only that butter which receives the high official govern ment grade of 93 score or more, is packaged under the name of LAND O’ LAKES Sweet Cream Butter. In every package you’ll find a “Certifi cate of Quality” issued by authority of the U. S. Department of Agriculture which shows the official score of this high quality butter. There was a time when sweet cream butter meant expensive butter, but not today, when sweet cream butter prices are low. LANDO’LAKES SWEET CREAM BUTTER T1KM HU I I ER TO BE GIVEN this Accepted ' seal. This seal means that all statements made in advertise ments for Land O' Lakes Su eet Cream Butter are acceptable to the Committee on Foods of the American Medical Association.