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Business With J
Garrette Still
Means Trouble
The difficulties of Wilbur H
Garrette. rel estate broker free
on $65,000 bond pending embez
zlement charges mean trouble
for more than himself.
They brought a threat of con
tempt action against Lemuel A.
Sowell, 35, of 3823 South Park
way, Monday, Monday, when he
failed to pay $7,200 he bid ear
lier Cadillac, twin engined air
pane and office furniture at a
court sale.
When the time came to pay
up, Sowell said he had changed
his mind and that he had not
understood the transaction.
Referee in Bankruptcy Austin i
Hall instructed Atty. Alex Dol- j
nick, representing a receiver ;
appointed for Garrette’s firm, to j
prepare a contempt petition to
he referred to District Court if
Sowell continues to refuse to
pay up.
A few minutes before Sowell’s
troubles began, arrette Just miss
ed contempt proceedings him
self He signed over 31 pieces of
property valued at $100,000 for
the benefit of his creditors.
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L. O. MILLER_ .... .
PROMINENT PHYSICIAN from
Asheville, N. C., authors this
week’s “Road to Health’’ col
umn which discusses “Undul
ant Fever.”—ANP.
DR. RALPH E. HANLEY, not
ed dentists of Indianapolis, is
leading the fight to remove the
Dixiecrats from the ballot in
Indiana. He has filed suit in
circuit court charging the
States Rights party with vio
lating the state’s “Anti-hate'
law of 1947. This law assures
civil rights to all minorities,
something the Dixiecrats op
pose.—AN P.
The 'Hon. Karl Stefan, (R
Nebr.) came a postcard from a
Brooklyn woman asking for
“some information about Neb
Mfca.” The card was addressed
simply to “The Nebraska Em
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In one of Atlanta’s most beautiful weddings Miss Joyce Nixon
Cooper, popular young daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Albert Berry
Cooper, Jr., became the bi’ide of Joseph R. Bobo, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Fred D. Bobo, 2009 North lOt. St., of Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
at the First Congregational Church last Friday evening.
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Mr. and Mrs. Colvin Horrell
(above) of 468 W. Main st.,
Waukesha, Wi.. recentlyy cele
brated their 50th wedding anni
versary. Members of their family
and scores of friends congratu
lated the couple at their golden
wedding anniversary celebration.
1 The Horrels have eight children
| and five grandchildren.
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. . . Here’s a a recent potato
tale that’s stranger than fiction,!
Jts about Maine potatoes and has
ceen fully corroboraed by farm
ers and the Commodity Credit
Corporation: The government
paid Maine farmers $2.90 per
100 pound bag for the potatoes
and shipped them to Chicago at
the coast to the taxpayer of well
ever $4 a bag. The potatoes were
then sold to bog raisers at one
cent a bag. . . . Meanwhile tax
payers were paying almost 7
cents a pound retail for potatoes!
1 —The Ocean County (N.J.) Sun.
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'REV. G. L. PRINCE, prudent
of the National Baptist Con
vention of America which is
holding its 68th annual, conven
tion at the City auditorium in
Oaland, Calif, this week;
DR. LOUIS T. WRIGHT of New
York. noted physician and
chairman, NAACP board of
directors, author of this week’s
health coumn, which discusses
“X-ray Picture® of the Lungs.”
The most natural beauty in
the world is honesty and moral
truth. For all beauty is truth.
—Shaftesbury
SPECIAL NOTICE
TO THE NEEDY
Dr. Hair, physician and sur
geon, with office at 4202 Cot
tage Grove avenue, will give a
medical examination and physio,
therapy treatments free to those
who are unable to pay. You pay
only for ( the medicines needed in
vour case.
Office hours Monday, Wed
nesday, Friday and Saturday are
I from 5 to 8 p. m. Veneral dis
i eases are too included.
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"Please remember, folks, remove my old number Satur
day morning. You’ll find my new number under it"
Saturday is Change Day! The day
a figure will be added to all tele
phone exchange names in Chicago,
Evanston and Winnetka . . . the
day you’ll start calling a new way.
Just remember: Two letters—a new
figure.
Here’s all dial users have to keep in
mind: dial only two letters plus the
new figure that replaces the third
letter; then follow with the rest of
the number, which stays the same.
Take OAK land 2083 as an ex
ample. On Saturday that number
changes to 0A kland 4—2083; you
will dial it OA4 2083. No more
turns of the dial than before. In
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every case, remember to wait for
the dial tone before you dial.
If you are calling from a tele
phone without a dial you’ll give the
operator the number like this:
“Oakland four, two oh eight three.”
Please use your new directory
A new directory, listing all the
numbers in the new way, will be
in your hands before the change.
Please consult it before making
any calls beginning Saturday. With
your new directory you will also
receive a free booklet for your per
sonal list of frequently called num
bers. You will find this list saves
time when you want to make a call.
Why the change is being made
The new system provides more
numbers which are needed for tele
phone expansion. It reflects the
growth of our community, and it
will pave the way for future tele
phone improvements.
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