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[I WILKINStea OFFERS YOU THESE ALADDIN TEA POTSn f Take your choice of these genuine Alad ■ dm Tea Pots Or get ! several They make • splendid gifts. Of* • fered without infus* t or, for tea ball user. ^ end with removable J infuser, lor loose ilea user Both pots are a rich ultrama rine blue. Shaped \ just like Aladdin s * magical lamp They say to rub-it brings luck' Bring or mail J tea coupons and * money to the John ‘ H Wilkins Co. S25 F I. Ave N. E. If mailed add 10c to ‘ eover cost of pock , ing and marling each tea pot. ^ Nott Only teg, couoops accept , able Cofee cou pon! not good h oa this offer. Willkie to Discuss G. 0. P. Organization During Week Presidential Candidate Will Finish Acceptance Speech in Few Days By the Associated Press. COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., July 29.—Wendell L. Willkie ar ranged today to finish his accept ance address and discuss Repub lican organizational problems with his party supporters this week. •Mr. Willkie, who started dictating his address yesterday, has spent much of his time here talking with dissident Democrats who want to support him. He was scheduled to meet today with a Republican dele gation from Arizona. Other Republican workers were expected later in the week. Mr. Willkie's aides said he would receive an important figure in the party during the week, but the visitor’s name was not disclosed. The Republican presidential nom inee and Mrs. Willkie had dinner last night with Mrs. Roberta Camp bell Lawson of Tulso, Okla. Mrs. Lawson is former president of the General Federation of Women's Clubs and is one of the Democrats who have promised to work for Mr. Willkie. The candidate has in prospect talks with former President Hoover and Alf M. Landon, Republican presidential nominee in 1936. Mr. Willkie was expected to be in close touch this week with the Re publican organization headquarters in Washington. The nominee dictated a portion of his acceptance address yesterday. Aides said he would hold down ap pointments this week in order to complete it. The talk will be made in Elwood, Ind., Mr. Willkie's boy hood town, August 17. Among Mr. Willkie’s letters and telegrams were many invitations to visit various tow-ns in Texas and the Southern States. After a farm con ference in Des Moines August 5, it was considered probable that the candidate would make a swing through that section. Mr. Willkie received a message of support yesterday from Claude Chandler of San Diego, a Demo crat who worked in Southern Cali fornia for President Roosevelt in 1932 and 1936. Principal Goes on Trial In Slaying of Five By the Associated Press. LOS ANGELES. July 29.—Verlin Spencer. 37, former South Pasa dena Junior High School principal, goes to trial today on a charge of murdering five associates and at tempting to kill a sixth. The educator has pleaded inno cent by reason of insanity. Three State-appointed alienists have ex amined him, but their reports will ,npt be public untfLthe trial under-^axr; - m Spencer went berserk May 6 and shot down three men with whom he had gone to confer. These were George J. *ustt^64, South Pasadana superbfj£iitfcnp‘o'f schpols; JohJTE. Alman, 58, high school principal, and Will R. Speer, 53, school busi ness manager. Miss Dorothea Talbert, Mr. Bush's secretary, was shot through the spine as Spencer left the office and now is possibly paralyzed for life. Spencer then returned to his school, where Verner V. Vanderlip, 41, mechanical arts teacher, was killed, and Ruth Sturgeon. 56, another teacher, fatally wounded. 93 Per Cenf Gain Reported As Auto Workers Meet By the Associated Press. ST. LOUIS, July 29.—Cheered by a report of President R. J. Thomas that paid-up membership of the United Automobile Workers of America has shown a 93 per cent increase in a year, more than 550 delegates convened here today for the C. I. O. union's fifth interna tional convention. Mr. Thomas, in a preliminary re port to the delegates, said member ship in May was 294,428, compared with 152,385 a year ago. General membership, including those ex empted from dues payments, is 382, 000, making the U. A. W. one of the largest unions in the C. I. O. Mr. Thomas also noted an increase of “better than 100 per cent” in the number of plants under contract. C. I. O. President John L. Lewis will address the delegates tomorrow. Sidney Hillman, a member of the President's National Defense Coun cil, and Philip Murray, C. I. O. offi cial, also are scheduled, to address the convention, which will continue through Friday. Will Rogers' Portrayer Dies as Pageant Ends By the Associated Press. LOS ANGELES, July 29.—After three days of portraying the late Will Rogers, his friend since their Oklahoma Cherokee Strip days. Leanard Trainor, 61, died Saturday night. On Thursday. Friday and Satur day nights. Mr. Trainor roped and rode in the Santa Monica Will Rogers Memorial Pageant. Soon after his last performance, he com plained of fatigue. He died two hours later. For five years before Mr. Rogers and Pilot Wiley Post were killed in an Alaskan plane crash, Mr. Trainor served as Mr. Rogers’ “stand in” and double in the movies. He came to Hollywood in 1914 and played in cowboy pictures, Mrs. Pat Rooney Dies; Famed in Vaudeville By the Associated F NEW tORK, July 29.—Mrs. Marion Bent Rooney, 60, wife of Vaudeville Dancer Pat Rooney, with whom she charmed audiences for 30 years tapping away to “Sweet Rosie O'Grady.” died yesterday, Shd married Mr. Rooney in Bos ton in 1903 and on her retirement eight years ago Pat Rooney's son, Pat, jr„ danced with his father, who in turn was the son of a Pat Rooney famed as a tap dancer. On his 91st birthday Sir Thomas Buckland sent the British govern ment $80,000 as a gtf t. NORFOLK, VA.—ALL-WELDED TANKER NEARS COMPLETION—An all-welded 12,000-ton, keel less oil tanker, which is to be launched soon, as it nears completion at the Norfolk Army supply base. The first of its type to be built in Virginia, construction of the 500-foot vessel was started in the middle and proceeded in both directions simultaneously. It will be side-launched and have a capacity of about 135,000 barrels of oil. —Wide World Photo. 'Economic Front' Urged to Combat Dictators' Barter Former U. S. Steel Chief Suggests Pan American, British Empire Bloc By the Associated Press. SAN FRANCISCO, July 29—An "economic front” made up of the American nations and the countries of the British Empire was suggested today by James A. Farrell, retired steelmaster, to match Europe’s pro spective totalitarian economic bloc. He said the United States should continue to look toward Europe, re gardless of the outcome of the pres ent war, as a potential market for its surplus agricultural and indus trial goods, but that it probably would have to deal with a union of dictatorships. Mr. Farrell, former head of the United States Steel Corp., made the suggestion in a keynote address opening the 27th convention of the Established SO Years Ago Want It la a harry? Want It with out rad tap*? Confidential laana an Diameada, Watehea. Jewelry. 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