The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, November 16, 1932, Page 7, Image 7

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    The OREGON STATESMAN. SaWm, Oren;HVeahesay 'Morning, November 16, 1932
PAGE SEVEN
CHICAGO GRr UNSETTLED
BUTERFAT IS UP NOT&ER NOTCH
EARLY ESTIMATE OF 5
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ACTRESS FROM CRADLE TO GRAVE
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At Meeting of Trinity Dorcas
Socfety; ; Lutefisk set
For Dec 10 - '
'SILVERTON. NoTlS-At toe
Nisvembet jneetinffi.irrtatty Dot?
tii society plsns, irere nisie' f of
tfie snnnU lute-lak witerw.icl
will b held si the oclal rooms.
o( Trinity tfcurcij Saturday ttt,
iixmbc .19. Tbe rouper tt hh-
ally held on ft Way ate Ut. ut as
S Overt oa iuslness bouses are opea
Saturday nltbtg and. bttslneEa'roea
take their dinners down tows on
.that nlfbi anyway this should be
'.a good alrfit to bold the sapper.
Tbe eoamltte In tbar f ar
rangement tor the Sapper la Mrs.
, L.-O. ' McDonald, Miss Marie Tin
gelstid, Mrs. Oscar Bat era, Mrs.
Arthur Gottenbers and Mrs. Henry
. Storlle.
u. plans were also made for tbe
Entertainment of DeacoaeM Thor-
stenson of Chicago, who will speak
on the Deaconess home in Chicago,
She will also speak to members of
the society Monday afternoon, No
t ember 28. and at this time a pot
luck tea will- be served and la the
evening of that day aba will show
slides and speak en the-work of
the Deaconn esses. The evening
meeting was being arranged by
members both oC the Immannel
Guild and of the Trinity Dorcas
society. The lecture will be held
at Trinity church. It was annousc
ed at tbe meeting of the Dorcas
society that Miss Therstenson
would likely speak at Immannel
church Tuesday alterooon
Members of the society voted
to send the layettes they bad pre
pared to the North Dakota House
of Mercy. Mrs. Hans Jensen and
Mrs. ElmeT Olsen are in charge
of sending the articles.
Mrs. L. M. Larson, Mrs. R. Y
Larson and Mrs. W. C. Larson
were made a committee to take
charge of the lunch to be served
at the presentation t tbe oper
etta, "Feast of the Red Cera," No
vember 22. The proceeds ot tae
admission to the operetta aad (he
luneh will go to the plane fund of
i Trinity congregation. Mise Peggy
Goplernd is directing the operetta.
At the meeting, Mrs. Henry
Torvend gave a reading, Mrs. Al
vin Legard sang a solo and Miss
' Marie Tingelstad gave a report on
the federation meeting held at
Canby. Mrs. H. E. Johnson was
admitted as a new member.
Mrs. C. L. Fobs and Mrs. Lewis
Hall were hostesses for the afternoon
Canadian Wheat Gets
Preference of six
' ' -Gents '-r'
CHICAGO. Not. 15 (AP)'
TJnsetUed'by enlarged mm! deliv-,
tries. ot Canadian wheat and the
new British tariff handicapping
sfttipmsntav from : this country, all
grain, values bare averaged lower I
, . . . --..
MfJ. .-.-Ay:.; y . -
PrfeTncea-; amounting to six
csats-a bushel on Canadian wheat
consigned directly to Great Brit
aim went ' Into effect today , , and
Winnipeg reported arrivals of
wheat from the bands of Canadian
growers amounted to 1,924 cars
compared with 1,296 a week ago
and 1.471 at this time last year.
Instability of the New York stock
market and of wheat - prices at
Minneapolis were contributing
bearish factors, together with sug
gestions of liklihood of mnch en
larged wheat yields this season in
Australia and Argentina.
Wheat closed Unsettled 6-8 to
7-8 under yesterday's finish, corn
1-4 to 1-2 down, oats unchanged
to 1-$ off. Today's closing quotations:
Wheat Dec. 45 1-8 to 1-4;
May 60-50 1-8; Jly. 51 1-8 to 1-4.
Corn Dec. 26 1-2; May 31
1-2; Jly. 33 1-4 to 3-8.
- Oats Dec. 16 3-4; May IS 7-8;
Jly. 19 1-4 to 5-8.
Salem Markets
. , , Grade : a raw 4 r milk,
co-op pool price, f 1.29 per.
tmodred.
- Surplus S2c.
tattertat evens.) . . J" -r
.- Butterfat weet, 34C
jjoar,.aSc.".;, -
Batter Cabee. 21ej
prints, 23c .
General Markets
' wr ajxt srxanaxLu
Price tid te growwrt Sr Sal t kyri
"eTtQtr J-S
tT. riew telo-,sipjtfd by lee I
fraeer, ere ladtcarif of daily market
bat are not gnanotecd by Tse SUUtmi))
Outdo r cucumbers, dot. ,- 40
Hothouse tMUbm, do. . .89
Chiaea talibaga. Set. - ,30
Carrots, dot. .20
Carrots, 40 feaj ,. .80
BwtUtal, dos. , , .10 .15
Toraips, local, dot. .2$
fmn pepper, Jb. :, ,',..,.,' .04
cbbas, ck- ,. .., , ,' .so -
Ba4iahj. do a. baadiel . . .10
Onioos, do, buck .80 :
.75 to 1.00
3.50
.80
.20
.50
1.25
50
25
50
85
SO
45
Haakleberries, retail, lb. -
Islet f Pio (rrapefniit, retail t for .25
Panaipff, bnndred ... 1.00
Applet
Kinga. bn.
Hogs Drop Back; 25c;
Dalles Lettuce .is -Beating
Local
Batterfat stepped np another
aoteh oa tbe local market yester
day. t make the second gala in
less than a week. The new- of fer
ia 2 2 . cents on -soar and two cents
higher onawee.
Hoga dropped' back 25 eeats- a
hundred, 4 a top of I t l5r tbns
Ioelag the gain of Monday.
Lettuce oileriBgs- trow - Taa
Dalles -art) taking the market, as
local lettuce is not solid, although
fairly crisp. Local still gets- 50
cents a erate, and The Dalies raas
81.25 wholesale.
Local potatoe .-
Sweat potatoes. 100 lbs.
Celery bears, do. .
Local eelerr, dot. -Local
lettuce, erat
The Dalles lettuce
Spiatch, erat ,..
Tonatoes, lac
Tomatoes, bn.
OaioDt. Walla Wlla
Oniont.1 Labisn. 25 lbs.
Danish sqoaih, dot.
MODUCB EXCHANGE
PORTLAND. Ore.. Nor. 15. ( AP)
Prodoc cicksaga. net prices: Batter,
extra Zie, standards 22c, prime firsts
22c, first 21He. Krtt. fresh extras
29, freah soediaata 26c.
Portland Grain
POBTLAXD, Ore Not. 15. (AP)
Wheat Open Hifb Low Close
DeCMtW 444 .45 H .44
May . 49 .50 .49 A
Catb wheat: Big Bead bltiestem .55 Vi;
dark bard winter, 13 per cent .51. 11 per
eent .t2; toft white, hard winter .45 H;
wester white, Borthern spring .44.;
westert red .44.
Oatt No. 2 white, $17.
Spittenberrs .
Kortbera Spy
Ortleyt
Joaatham
Delieioat
Ca all flower. So. 1. erat
Bntabafas, hnadre4
.50
.85
..85
.65
Top, 1S32. !b.
Top. 1981, lb.
HOPS
Portland Livestock
SEED CROPS MOVE
POTATOES STRU
POEJTLAKD, Ore, Not. 15. (AP)
Cattle Receipts 200, caWes 20; slow.
Steers. 600 to 900 ponnds
BGOS
Baying Fricet
Extras
Standards -
Mediums
Pallets
CHlCKKuS
Old roosters
Colored beat
Medium bens .
Light hess
Spriarert
Tnrkers. lire
Turkeys, dressed
..1.50
.... .20
14
25
28
21
IS
STOCKS TEETEtt BUT
BREAK
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Tambt. top
Hog, top
Hogs, first cat
Steert .
Cows
Heifers
HEAT
04
11
..09 to .09
..06 to .07
..10 to .11
.10 to .14.
...16 to .17
4.00
8.T5
8.50
.08 to .04
..01 to
CORVALLIS, Not. 16 (AP)
Strengthening potato markets, ac
tive movement of seed crops,' and
a somewhat larger Oregon wslnut
crop are reported today In a mis
cellaneous weekly review ot mar
kets by the TJJ3.D.A. bureau ot ag
ricultural economics, cooperating
with the O.S.C. extension service.
Both the shipping and consum
ing potato markets I strengthened
during the week vfith gains of
from five to 10 cents per hun
dred, though prices at leading
csrlot shipping points are still 15
to 2 cents under those of a year
ago. November crop estimates ot
late potatoes were slightly high
er than a month ago but lower
than last year's crop, standing now
at about the five-year average.
Red clover seed moved actively
early In November, with advances
in some places offset by declines
in others. Alsike prices made a
definite advance of about 40 cents
per hundred, but move meat from
growers hands was sloW. Exports
ot both alsike and clover have
heen heavv this season, while
more white clover seed tbsn usual
has been imported.
Oregon's walnut crop Is now es
timated at 2700 tons, or aDout zoo
mora than' last rear, while the
filbert crop Is placed at 395 tons,
which Is about 100 tons under a
year ago. Foreign walnut reports
this nast week indicate smaller
crops in China and Prance.
$1.50-5. common $3-4.50; 900 to 1100
poandn, medium $4.50-5, common $3-4.50;
1100 to 1S00 pounds, medium $4-4.50.
Heifers, 550 to 850 pounds, medium
$3.50-1.25, common $2.50-3.50. Cows,
common and medium $2.25-8. low cutter
aad cutter $1-2.23. Built, yearliags ex
cluded, good and choice (beef) $2-2.50;
cutter, cosmos and medium $1.50-3.
Vealer. milk fed, good aad choice $5
5.50, medium $3.75-5, cull and common
$2-3.73. Calves. 250 to 500 pound, crood
and choic $8.15-5, common snj medium
$2-3.75.
i Hog Receipts 250; steady.
' Light lights. 140 to 160 pounds, good
ad choice, $3.50-4.25-; ISO to 130 pounds,
good and choice. $4-4.25: 180 to 200
poonds, good, and choice, $4-4.25. Medium
weight, 200 to 220 pounds, good and
choice, S30-4.25: 220 to 250 ponnaa.
good and choic", $3.25-4. Heavyweights.
3.85: 290 to 850 pounds, good aad
choice, $2.83-3.75. Packing bows, 275 to
500 pounds, medium and good. i.7S-
8.25. Feeder - stoekers, 70 to 130
pounds, good and choice, $3-3.50.
feheep and lambs Receipts ooo;
steady.
Lambs. 90 pounds on. good and
choice $4.23-4.50, medium $3.50-4.25, all
we1, eon en S2.50-3.50. Yearling
wether. 90 to llu pounds, medium to
choice $1.25-2.83. Ewev 120 pounds, me
dium to choice. $1-1.25; 120 to 150
peuads. medium to choice, 75c-$l.?5; all
weigkta. coll to common, -7o.
Dressed Teal, too
meaium t urease hogs
-.02 to
GBAUt AITD HAT
Wheat, western red .
White, No. 1
Barley, top. ton
Oats, white, ton ...
Oatt, gray, top, ea
Bay. htnr price
Oat and rjtch. to 7.00 to 7.89
Alfalfa, valley. 1st catting- 9.00 to 10.00
OS
.03
..o4
.03 tfc
..40
..42
.14.09
.14.00
.20.09
NEW YORK, Not. 15 (AP)
Stocks teetered, today, but the
net result of their generally nar
row fluctuations was a fairly ev
en break.
Coca Cola again softened, los
ing X 7-8 net, while Drag, Inc
was sold. Transactions dwindled
to 1,048,9 SO shares.
Declaration of the regular divi
dend for Chesapeake ft Ohio com
mon stock holders came late in
the session and coincided with the
firmer tone of rail shares. With
the exception of Union Pacific's
14 net advance, improvement
was mostly in the nature ot min
or fractions in the carrier group,
American Telephone traded er
raticaUy, but Wall street's im
pression that the regular quarter
ly dividend of 2.25 would be
voted tomorrow carried consider
able weight and the shares clos
ed a point higher. United Aircraft.
American Can, Montgomery Ward,
American Tobacco "B." Consoli
dated Gas, Case, Public Service ot
New Jersey and Du Pont showed
something oa the pins side. Pre
ferred stocks of American Power
ft Light aad Electric Power ft
Light lost 3 to more than points
on dividend uncertainties caused
by halving of the dividend en
United Gas company's senior is
sue yesterday.
Delivery of nuts to the Salem
unit of the nut growers co-op
plant Is neariaf an end. with the
season's earlier estimates on .m
berts smashed by about 15 tons.
Fred Ewtag. manager, now ex
pects the -total filbert tonnage de
livered here te rttn 7 tons, white
before the harveettbe outlook was
for S& tons. . '
Walnuts will bold to about the
250 tons estimated at the start ef
the season. With 330 4ens At this
harvest Already delivered, i Sbta-
ping-ef CUbert meats la expected
to start today . ta tba .Lebanon
plant, where they, will be packed
la : vara am cans. Walnnt meats.
Which, a crew of women have
been busy cracking, are also going
to Lebanon. -
the Newberg plant of the Ore
gon nut, growers is in. operation
this year tor the first time, wita
Charles Trunk, general manager
of Nut Growers. Inc., In eharge of
the bnslness office. Estimates
there are that plant will handle
250 tons ot walnuts and 40 tons
of filberts. The -plant employs 85
men, and men are used there for
the cracking of nuts. Tbe average
wage runs $1.25 a day,, wniie
some make as high as 12 a day at
the cracking.
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SHELBUXUr. Nov. 16 Shelbura ;
road district No. 14 will tote Na-
Vember 24 on the proposition ot
d ' special tax or 10S for road
work. : - u i : t-'. -i
A large land transfer occurred ,
recently when Mt. and Mrs. OUt ;
Cggen of southera California be-
eame the owners of a tract, east ef
Sbelbsrn, the farm Is known as
the Abaer Chrleman ; home. Its
most recent owners were Joan
Maeir and Delbert , Walla. John
If aeir and family have returned te
California while Mr. and Mrs. Del
bert .Walls have taken up resi
dence on a Place near Stayton.
; A number ef friends' from here
will help Mr. and Mrs. Riley Shel
ton celebrate their 56th wedding
anniversary at the heme of their
daughter, Mrs. Ed Myers.
Mrs. Paul Limbeck is very sick
at her home east of . here. Her
children have been called to the
parental home.
Leaders of Sunday
School Will Meet
To Discuss Work
BirwE ' Kacv.
BUTTER UK IS
WOOl
Medium
Coarse
Mohair
STOTi
Watnata, orchard rua
Filberts, fair crtida
-IS
.10
tnarkat
ISta.lt
IS
HELD i SURPRISE
PORTLAND. Nov. 15 (AP)
The advance in the price of butter
here was by no means a surprise
although there wss not the slight
est doubt that some of the
strength was artificial.
The advance included lc lb. on
all cubes except firsts which were
uo lc lb. The sharpest advance
in tbe lower grade stock indi-,
cated the source of much ot the 1
trade's strength the cold storage i
interests who are forcing values in i
order to grab greater profits. .
There has of late been a very
liberal iacrease in receipts from
out-state points, mnch more than
making up for the slight decrease
in centrallser churning. This
would have taken care of the de
mand very easily were it not for
the fact that consumption is gain
ing. The advance of lc lb. In butter
fat followed the general rise in
butter.
Market for eggs continues to
reflect a strong tone at the recent
general advance quoted by the lo
cal co-ops. Trade In pullet stock
MMtrmod by moUbUa f U ataga mmd scree, with which she had boaa
e ecMsfally scitd fr aacay yaar f her Ufa, Bella BmwH, tf
brigbt gre ef the Ajurieaa tiaaatar, took her Ua cartoia at the Cedar
Labaaea HespluL Lee Aagele. fellawiag a tww-weeks iUaaaa. The
veteraa actress who will loag be reaae-tbered fer her faithful iatorpre
tatiaa ef "-tothar" roles, speat abmoat her eaiire 51 yean of life ape
tb stage aad tcraaa. Bora ia Milaca, Miaau, the daaghter of a travaliag
howaaaa. BoUo ataala bet dabstt boforo tba footllghu at tho ago of fivo
waaka, as a prop baby. No oaoaor was aha able te talk tkaa aho was
playiag baby roUs, f roa which she was gradaatod to parts sack a
XJtdo Eva" la nJaclo Taaa'a Cabia," aad "Little Lord FaaaUeroy."
Bella koeaaao a-aociatod ritk the fclaa bmaiaaa wkllo it waa atiU ia its
iafaacy aad was oao of tke star of bar tkso, oo broakiag a record I for
the ran of a atovia ia a Now York tkeatro whaa she played ia "Tke Mall
Cat of AJaaka." Always joaloas ef kr yoathfal appoaraaco. Ki
Baaaett paaaod for to years yvaager tkaa ako raally was. For aaaay
Laara, aot ovaa kor detect frioada were aware that tke boy tkey kaw as
ar broth ar, BUIie Maey, was really kor so. It wae t.wbl tke lad
waa killed ia aa aecidoat that Bali dlvalrad tke truth, adauttiag that ako
kad kooa saurUd e Wit-aa Howard Stacy, ef La Croes, WU, ataiiy
years before. Bella created a aatioaal seaoatiee by gettiag a-smed
wkea tke was twelve, tke roaottiag furor caaaiag the -rf lew. cf
MkutoaoU to be ckaagad. Dariag ker Bfe ska adopted ao leas tbaat
twooty-aiao ckfldraa.
JEFFERSON, Nov. 15 There
will be a meeting in- the Jeffer
son Methodist church Friday
night, November IS, tor tbe
teachers and officers of tho Sun
day schools in the Jefferson dis
trict. Fred DeVries, county pre
sident, will discuss the work of
the Sunday school.
The staff for the next two
weeks tor the high school paper.
Jeff HT Light, will be as fol
lows: Editor, Margaret Halt: as
sistant editor, Zona Seipp; mana
ger, Kenneth Seipp: assistant.
Ralph Beach; sports editor. Bob
Hart; miscellaneous, Bessie Ba in
ter; social. Mildred Stnbblefield;
general news, Keithel Smith; edi
torials, Beulah Wilson.
appears to have been overquotcd
and resulted in more demand go
ing into other sixed offerings.
MRS. LEFFLER ILL
QUEENER, Nov. 15 Mrs. Leo
Letfler, daughter-in-law of Mrs.
Laura Letfler, is quite ill at the
home of Mrs. Lanra Letfler.
Harry Chaberger of Paynesrille,
Ohio, is at the home ot Charles
Wakely. He will spend the winter
here. In sending ia the name of
Mr. Cleveland as the one staying
at Mr. Wakeiy's it should have
been Harry Cleaberger.
QUILTING BEE TODAY
WACONDA, Nov. 15 An all-
day quilting will be held Wedn
day, November 1C. at the home of
Mrs. A. L. Lamb whea Mrs. Lamb
will be hostess to members ot the
Waconda community club at her
home In Mission Bottom.
Surprise Kerchief
Shower is Given
For Mrs. J. Blum
llf iVEM SEEN
MICKEY MOUSE
"The Empty Mansion"
CLOVERDALE, Nov. 16. A
group of friends surprised Mrs.
Nellie Hamilton Saturday night.
Games and music were enJoyd.
Present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Iraa Hadley. Mr. aad
Mrs. Earl Had ret. Mr. tmd Mrs. fret
Sekif frer. Mr. aad Mi. Arthur Konao,
Mr. aad Mr. Gcorf Shfrmam. Mr. aad
Mr. Jy Cook. Mr. Frank. Scaaatpiaa-.
Mr. Masi Qaresr, Mr. Zd ShlUiac
MaM aad Mildred Seaifferer. Katborla
Sehaaip-rr. Kaeal aad Vloroae Geraer,
Gertrude Cook. Edith flehltterer. Joyee
Knake, Mar Sherman, Gla aad Ahitm"
Tamer. Clva aad Fraak tSbilliBC Gardes
Kunke. Lowell, Homer ant Sorra! Hadicy
and Mrs. Kallie Haatiltoa.
By WALT DISNEY
Portland Produce
Oil PRUNE MARKET
; i
PORTLAND. Nov. 15 (AP)
Continued improvement ia prune
market was apparent in reports
from the trade today. 'Not only In
the demand and general tread Is
tbe situation said to b better, but
the orice is slightly up in spots.
J. F. White, general manager .of.
the North Paeitie Prune Exchange,
said Itodav the export situation -is
now the big factor. Export trade
rained materially during the week
with business on a rather fair bas
ts with Germany and Poland and
with a few small ssls made to
England.
The Atlantic seaboard trade has
been practically absent although
the market la at least steady.
PORTLAND, Or Not. 15. (AP)
Buttertat Wreet to shippers: Statiea
lee Portland dehrerr prices, churning
cream 20-22 pound, sweet cream higher.
Batter Fnntk 91 score or better 35.
ttaadardt 4e.
Errt Pacific Poaltrjr Producers tell
ing; prices: Fresh extras 27e. standard
25e, mediums 24c, pallets 20c.
Lire poultry Net buying price: Heary
hens, colored. 4 pounds. 13e pound; do
asediaa lie; lights 9c; (priors, colored
lie: all weiehtt. white, 10c: old rooater
7c: docks, P.kins, 10-11c.
Coaatry taeat Selliac price to r
tailor: Coaatry-killed hors. best hoteher.
under 130 pounds, 5V4-6c; Tea!ers, 80
to 100 pound. 6tt-7. lamb 8-Sc,
yetrlinfs 5c, heTy ewes Sc, ctnaer cow
J-2Hc. balls 4-4 He.
Onions Sellinr nrice to retailers: Ore-
(oa 7i)-75c cental. Yakima 60-65c cental.
Potatoes Local 65c orange box, Dea-
chutrs Geass 59c $1, Yakima Gema 0j-90c
cental.
Woo! 1932 clio. nominal; Willamette
raller 12-lSc pound, eastern Or(oa 10-
12c pound.
Hay Bavin prle from producer: AJ
f.lfa Sll.50-12. elorer S9-S.50. eastera
Orec-oa timothy S1S.50. oati and -etea
1 10 50-11.
Jfnts Oreffon walnuts la-iac joudo.
oeanuts 10c. Bratll 1214c, aUaood 1S-
ir fiiherta lO-'-'e. necani uc.
Caaeara bark Buying price, li- peei.
Se pound.
Hap Ito-tiaai, '-oe pouao.
Kevember 15 ttock averarea (eoprriiht.
1932. Standard Statistics Co.):
SO 20 20 VO
Ind'ls Bit' Ut' Total
Tody . 67.5 29.1 91.S 69.0
PrTio day 67.5 28.9 91.4 59.0
Wek tro 88.1 28-1 88.T 57.5
Tear to . sajt i.m o.
years aro lol. l-n.l ib. aoa.-
Hifjh U92) T3.S 39.S 111.0
law iivszi . maa-
R.LLT DAY OBSERVED
ORCHARD HEIGHTS. Nov. 14
Annual Rally Day was.observed
Sunday In the Summit - Sunday
school. A cood nrogram of special
music and recitations was supple
mented by a short talk by the pas
tor. Rev. C.L. Dark.
Radio
Ptogiams
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, . -Oils' PortUad- S10 Ke. '
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- 18 :CKM-Grort Hall's erefceatra, CBS.
,; 11:00 Tei Ranrer. CBS.
' H:lS-CaaUa ArtikU ncUaL CBS.
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Stocks and Bonds
78.
85.0
202.4 141.S 28101 205.S
JL13.a 88.4 14S 114.T
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Low (1930) .
04.9 109.S 101.4 101.9
. 83.8 97.S 98.8 93.6
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8:15 Moods Modern.
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7:30 Chanda tho Marician.
f.00 Jack Leaard, Van Dura tin fer,
8:30 Isbara J ones orthcttra. CBS.
a-o-T BilTia'a Boral Ksirhts.
9;15 Don Kedman't orekestra, CES.
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CDLBS.
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"A Case Of Mistaken Identity
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TO DtSAPPOtWV YOU ACAIM- eUT A4M1E. 15
AT AJSS M&AkfS CCXJWTfS PLACE. THE
CmO'5 MJCTU?ALUr CVERTOVEO AND EXCITED
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TOOTS AND CASPER
"Caspex'a la. The Ring
By JIMMY MURPHY
COLONEL HOOFER WOULD J-IKC TO
BACK OUT OF HIS COMING MATCH WTTH
CHUCK SPATTSvBUT I WONT PRRMTT
IT, TOOTS! ITS HIS OWN FAULT THAT
HE CrOT triTO r AND HcS 60TTO;
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CASPER? tEE,D0
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I YOU TO TAKE,
PLACJS AS MY
OPPCWENTr
THIRD rUY
INTKSRtti&rl
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WTOU
ORNOl rOSK CASPER! FOR
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A MINUTE YOU HAD ME
THJNWN-i YOUWERU
60NNABSMY
CPP0NDIT, BUTI SUOULM
HAVE KNCWWrM TOO
- JNLUCKYTOiCT
A SWEIJ.CSZAK
LIKE THAT; y
UwCSE ARE SLEEPLESS
Nl6MT FOR POOR COLMOOFGd
EVSWTWE HE TRJES TO
SLEEP MC SEES THE HUrE
Fl-URB OF OSJCK SfXTS
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